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Beatles Meet Gaseous Cassius ClayMIAMI

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BEACH(UPI) -Britain's bush-haired Beatles world is shook up about you," said Clay, apparentlya the brash 22-year-old contender is a 6-1 underdogat
met boxing's baron of bray, Cassius Clay, yesterdayand longtime Beatle fan. the moment.
it ended up in clowning, off-key pandemonium. The raucous meeting represented two firsts: The Beatles, dressed in flashy sport shirts, snow-
Clay admitted that someone other than himself is white vests and beach shoes, enjoyed the meeting as

Boxing and singing probably were set back 100 "great," for the first time, and he predicted that much as Clay.
years when Gaseous Cassius teamed up with the he will flatten Liston in three rounds, even though

rock 'n' roll entertainers to render this retrain, .Israel Tour? Well. They entered the training ring with a "yeah, yeah,
made up on the spot by Clay: .. yeah," and pretended to attack Clay en masse.
JERUSALEM IsraelUPI- government committee For the Beatles, the confrontation with Clay was
"When Liston reads about the Beatles visiting me, expressed doubts yesterday on the advisability of the kickoff of a leisurely day on the beach. They
"He'll get so mad I'll knock him out in three." an Israeli tour by the British quartet, the Beatles, have no more appearances to make and are vaca-
Clay, the young fighter who puts all his brag&trj after reports of riotous scenes by U.S. teenagers.The tioning until Friday when they return to London.
on the line next Tuesday night when he meets champion committee, which must approve the payment of
Sonny Liston for the heavyweight title,clowned around performing artists in foreign currency, said the For Clay, it was a respite from the serious
with the four mop-haired singers during a breakin Beatles have tentatively booked an Israeli tour for business of hard training. Loudmouth or not, Clay
training at the Fifth Street gym. next summer but that a sounding of public opinion apparently realizes what he is here for. He snapped
"Man, you guys are the greatest. The whole will be made before they are contracted. back into the routine as soon as the Beatles left.

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No.99 University of Florida,GainesviIle Wednesday, February 19,1964




4tM n % r Y I Six QualifyFor

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GovernorTALLAHASSEE
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__ (UPI) Six Democratic candidates for governor leda
vanguard of 300 political hopefuls who qualified to run for state
__ political offices yesterday.It .
__ was the gibbest first day of qualifying in the memories of veteran
1 election officials."It .
,, was more like the last day," sighed_ Mrs.. Dorthy Glisson, who
runs the elections division for
Secretary of State Tom Adams.
Ken KennedyAppoints Hundreds more will pay their

filing fees before the qualifying
deadline at noon on March 3.
2 The scene In the secretary's
office resembled Grand Central
Station at train time. Cameras
flashed, candidates shook hands
Student Body President Ken with anyone they could reach and
Kennedy yesterday announced the crowds milled.

appointment of Steve Freedmanand In the crush, Mrs. Glisson and

Bob Wilson asStudentGovernment her efficient staff quietly got
..
J, ... ._. Administrative Assistant and
A '" everyone signed up and collected
A GIANT TREE FELL Inspector-General respectively."Both their fees, ranging from $1,250for
of these men have demon governor to $60 for the state
.on Fraternity Row during yesterday's wind and rain storm that drenched the UF strated an ability to handle a legislature.Sen. .

campus. Members of the Theta Chi fraternity examine the fallen tree across the street multitude competence of work" with Kennedy efficiencyand said. Scott Kelly, Lakeland, fur-
nished a bit of drama, althoughhe
from their house.Installation.
missed the
In accepting his appointment, fun.
Freedman said, "Having come to Kelly had lined up things so he'd
Of $225,000Atom know Ken personally, I am grati- ,be the first to qualify by keepingtwo
fied at my selection, and I will stand-ins, former Florida
extend to this administration, Ken football star Larry Libertore, and'
especially, any and all efforts to Monty Trainer, Key West, at the
Smasher At UF Near make this the kind of student door of the qualifying office all
government of which the studentscan night. But his plane was groundedby
- - - -- -
be proud." bad weather in Ocala and Kelly
Installation of a $225,000 atom building. He said it will be placedin in diameter and 14 feet high. had to drive the rest of the way,
smasher, sixth of its kind in the the west wing of the structureand When Installed, it will look much As Inspector-General, Wilson making it at 3 p.m.
world, is tentatively scheduled to will take about two months to like a large natural-gas tank, he said, he will be mainly concernedwith Rep. Fred Karl, Daytona Beach,
begin at the University of Florida install. co-ordinating the SG admin- was the first gubernatorial hopefulto
said.The
"near the end of March," Dr. The acceleratorpurchasedearly machine was purchased istration's efforts to fulfill Gator pay his $1,250 fee. He was
Eugene Dunnam, assistant pro- in 1963, has had final tests commercially with state funds party's platform pledges of the followed by Mayor Robert King
fessor of physics, said Monday.Dr. and is ready to be shipped, he from High Voltage Engineering recent election. High, Miami, Fred O. Dickinson,
Dunnam said the machine, Corporation of Burlington, Mass., West Palm Beach, Mayor Haydon
a Van de Graaff accelerator, will said.He said the accelerator weighs Dr. Dunnam said, and is only the Freedman, 4ED, formerly Burns, Jacksonville and Sen. John
be installed upon completion of the about eight tons and will be housedin sixth of its kind in the world. It served as legislative council Mathews Jr., Jacksonville.
new $2.4 million nuclear science a steel tank about seven feet will be installed by the makers. majority leader, co-chairman of All six rushed off for campaign
The difference in it and other the football seating committee and tours in various parts of the state,
Man Who Van de Graaff accelerators is thatit chief justice of the traffic court. not losing a minute's time to Influence -
Tripped and the five similar ones will He was Gator party's independent votes between now and the
chairman in the recent student
shoot a "beam current" of elec- first primary May 5.
Now Famous ArtistA trically char g e d particles 100 body elections. None of the Republican can-

times more dense than other ac- Wilson, 4JM, has served as didates showed up.
man who fell flat on his face at one of his first concerts is now celerators. managing editor of The Florida A party spokesman said Ken
He said the Department Phys- Folks, Orlando, will mail in his
recognized as one of the world's great violinists. Alligator and Gator party
ics already has a small Van de
Szymon Goldberg will appear at the University Auditorium tonightat chairman. papers and Rep. Charles Holley,
8:15 as a climax to the Fine Arts Festival. Graaff accelerator built locally St. Petersburg, will qualify here
Dr. S. S. Ballard, head of the de-
Goldberg's career began at the age of 6. By the age of 14, he was Monday. H.E. Foster, Fort Myers
appearing in Polish concerts. At that age he decided the time had come partment.However. he said, this machine, Drink ThroughHat Beach, who also has announced,
discard knickerbockers for Not used to cuffs has not Indicated his plans.
to long pants. being which would sell for about$100,000
he walked out on the stage, tripped, and fell flat on his face. commercially is only a one-mil First candidate to qualify, using
He grew up in a village where his family owned the only piano. He lion volt machine,whereas the new Too? the "number one" card that had
began his career with the violin when his parents were persuadedto one is a four million volt ac- been issued to Kelly aides beforeit
buy him one by a roving cantor who served synagogues In his native celerator.The NOTTINGHAM, EnglandUPI was announced Kelly wouldn't
( The make it in time was Agriculture
Poland.At new machine will be used ) -- NottinghamBar ,
20, he was appointed concert master of the Berlin Philharmonic, primarily for research, Dunnam owners Association Commissioner Doyle Conner, who
youngest in that orchestra's history.His said, and will be used by several banned liquor at its meetings filed for re-election.
parents were against their son becoming a child prodigy and encouraged departments. yesterday. Other cabinet officers qualifyingthe
him to postpone his career until maturity. Driven by ambition, The machine operates "much "Some members got unruly first day were Secretary of
however, be remained to continue his study.He like a big gun that shoots atomic and talked through State Adams, School Superintendent -
was reunited with his early benefactor,Cantor Frederick Scholsohn, projectiles at a target to producea their hats," a spokesman Thomas Bailey, Treasurer J,
in 1948 when Goldberg was welcomed to the United States with a concertat nuclear reaction which is then said. Ed Larson, and Comptroller Ray
Carnegie Hall. studied," he said. Green.Bushy .



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Solons Work Sticky 'Fingers


; N .*tu.r ,. r.rArrt, M IPPIOTE
On Tax hvt A{ OCNTON
BillCompromises /, Cost Thousands


The Carilpus Shop and Bookstore loses several thousand dollars a
year because of students with sticky fingers.
According to the director of the Campus Shop and Bookstore, S.P
WASHINGTON (UPI) House ami Getzen, there is enough shoplifting in the store, to be noticeable in
Senate negotiators i hastenedto terms of losses.
complete work yesterday on a < z Getzen said that shoplifting is most prevalent during the busy periods
compromise tax cut bill and clearit around registration. "The more
for quick final congressional congestion, the more shoplifting' Tower
passage he added.
Geten said the store has
The compromise form of the attempted to cut down on the amountof
priority bill,cornerstone of Presi- shoplifting by cutting down on Switch
?
dent Johnson's good-times ahead congestion.By .
economic policies, was being ham-
sealing the door which once
mered out by a House-Senate conference connected the store with the cafe- Century Tower may some day be
committee in closed-door teria, part of this problem has an observation tower.

bargaining_sessions.If ,,., jeGN YTfEU11tTN/K been solved. This was at one time, Willis R. Bodine, music pro-
passed by both chambers this a ry r w1. a primary area of congestion. fessor in charge of the bells in
week, as backers hope, and signedby Getzen said that the popular the tower, said that completion of
the President, millions of 1SHOPLIFTING method of students who shopliftis the inside of the structure would
American wage earners will feel .. fvr.wvoA. to conceal the item on their allow people to go to the top of
the impact in slightly higher pay- "' ''"'''T. ---_. _'., .__ __ person. They carry things out the tower and view the campus

checks the first week in March. ? under jackets, raincoats, and other and surrounding area.
The bill .Will this pack of gum be paid for? Not every time bulky apparel, he added. The tower is being used for
provides toptobottomcuts the There are exceptions however, storage space now.
in all tax brackets for 51 at UF. (Photo by Carolyn Johnston)
Last trimester someone carried Bodine explained that eight selections -
million taxpayers, and doles outa out a copy of Webster's New International are played on the bells
net $2.4 billion In extra relief
Will Dictionary, which is automatically from "rolls," likea
to Survey Help
576,000 corporations. Two-
6 Inches thick. player piano. Other music must
thirds of the tax reductions will
Getzen said that the store triesto be played on the 61-key board by
be effective this election
year. prevent shoplifting rather than Bodine or a student.
The cuts effect Income received Determine Costs: catch students. "People don'trealize
the severity of the crime." Century Tower built in
this year. Taxpayers still must - - -- - was 1953
pay the old rates on returns filed Future UF students will have amore scholarships, summer employment ,The campus police, and not the as a centennial memorial to the
now for income received in 1963. realistic idea of the cost of and employment while Store, Investigate. They confer founding of UF.Occupying .
attending college thanks to a forth- in school. with Getzen after the investigation a central place in
coming survey, according to-Dr. The break down will also show to determine whether this is architects' plans for the UF cam-
Violence C. W. Wilkinson, chairman of,an how much students spend on edu- a first offense or not. pus, the tower is the university
evaluation committee on finances.At cational costs and social life, and Getzen recalls one instance symbol.
present, the UF Undergraduate how much money they would spend where a male student had stolen The eight regular selections include -
Catalog indicates a figure if they were not attending the uni $130 worth of books over a period three school songs, one tra-
Renewed which is the best estimate that versity. of time. ditional academic song played at
can be derived from experiencesand Financial institutions such as "We usually can tell by attitude, many campuses, and four "bell
NICQSIA (UPI) Fresh violence various conferences with students banks and insurance companiesare and willingness toco-operate peals." The peals are Flemish
broke out Tuesday in the "battle, according to Dean of Stu- Interested in a survey of this whether it is the first offensefor carillons and English cathedral
zone" of northwest Cyprus bnly dent Affairs Lester Hale. kind, said Wilkinson, because they a student we have peals.
hours after President Archbishop "We need to undertake asurvey need accurate information to sell apprehended," he added.
Makarios said he doubted the need that will give more reliable information educational Insurance policies, The trouble does not always Bodine explained that "Suwannee -
for a larger peace keeping forceto ," Hale said. and to deal with students'requesting come for students on this River" was chosen becauseit
keep(j rE'ek and Turkish Cypriots The survey will break down student loans. campus, the director said. is the state song. "Gaudeamus
"from killing each other. spending into three groups: The survey may also bring abouta Getzen warned that"people don't Igitur" is a medieval religious
off campus, dormitory, and fraternity re-evaluation of student loans realize the changes in shoplifting piece.
Officials said a 60-year-old --sorority living expenses. and scholarships, although this laws. Different bell selections may
Greek Cypriot woman was killed These three groups will be fur- cannot be determined until after Now concealment is evidence, be played during Religion-In-Llfe
by Turkish Cypriots in a village ther broken down to show where the survey. and no longer does a suspect haveto week. However, new rolls cost
near Paphos, a Mediterranean port the money comes from, and the "Many scholarship amounts leave the store tobe over $100, and classroom spaceis
town in the western region where percentages from parents, were set up when cost were lower apprehended. a more pressing need, said Bo-
communal fighting has flared than they are now, consequently, Getzen added a humorous note.
sporadically in recent days. Got Records? amounts of many scholarshipsdon't "Last Fall, I believe, I watched dine.The inside of the structure pro-
The new violence was reportedas provide enough for studentsto a student take a single BandAidout bably would be finished as display
the United Nations Security Students who have financial records get along," said Wilkinson.The of a box, and place It in rooms for alumni memorials,said
committee will meet his pocket. I hollered to him Bodine. would
Council weighed a Cypriot request from previous trimestersare again An elevator also
for a U.N. guarantee to Cyprus asked to contact Dr. C.W. Feb. 26, and will begin conductingthe that we well them by the oox, have to be installed. He said he
against agression. Wilkinson of the C-3 departmentby survey during the first two and not"individually. He bought didn't know whether costs estimatehad
mail or phone. weeks of March. the box. been
In an interview with United Press I made.'I
International Tuesday, Makariossaid
"the need for a peacekeeping I
MIAMI CALLING. Monsanto
force will be eliminated" if .
the resolution demanding
Future Teachers Who Would
Like
guarantees against
agression is
adopted. To Claim Their Placein Chemical Companywill

the Florida Sun as
be represented in the Placement Office on Feb.

Gabon Army MEMBERS OF THE FACULTY OF TilE 21 1964, to discuss opportunities for:

Seizes Power NATION'S FASTEST GROWING COLLEGE! BS/MS degree candidates in Chemical Engineering -

Mechciical Engineering and Electrical Engineering -

(Electronics or Instrumentation option)
Are
Opportunities Available
LIHKEVIM;, Gabon (UPI) -- "
The 600-man Gabon army seized ", In Both Technical and Academic Areas for positions in Engineering, Development, Man-
power in a bloodless! coup d'etatin ufacturing and Marketing.
this West African equatorial for the 1964-1965 College Yearat BS/MS
degree
candidates
republic yesterday and arrested in Business Administration -

strongman President Leon M'Ba. for positions in Marketing, Accounting, Pur-

M'Ua announced his resignation MI AMI-DAI)E JUNIOR COLLEGE chasing, Distribution, Business Systems and Data

in a Joint communique broadcast '!: .v,,:.; Minimum Requirement for Processing.
to the nation and '
signed by himself -
: f Technical Areas=' B.A. Opportunities at all Monsanto
and army leaders. lie then ,', ,' divisions and locat-
was placed under house arrest anda Academic Areas M.A. ions including the Chemstrand Company Division
Junta began forming a provisional Pensacola Florida
government that will Include no ;h Write To: ; Decatur, Alabama; Greenwood,

elements of his toppled regime. "' South Carolina; and Greenville, South Carolina.
ROBERT II. McCABKMiami'Dnde

Police and Army units patrolledthe .
streets to put down any pos- : Junior College Please arrange a suitable interview appointment with

sible last minute public panic or ,, ., 1 B80 N. W. 27th Avenue the Placement, Office. "
opposition, but there was no vio-
Miami, Florida H167
lence. Libreville Radio appealedto
Gabon's 450,000 inhabitants to Telephone: 688 3il An Equal Opportunity Employer
remain calm. .






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be, announced.represented by Michael G. ,j

g in diplomatic service, and

C. Rochford, whose Intended
involves law, politics, and
Both men attended the
College in Dublin.
opponents In the debate
William R. McCormick, 4JM,
John A. DeVault, 4JM, who
( plan to enter pre-law upon

MICHAEL DALY .
style of debate is
different," Greenspon
"and they make a good con-
Dr. Kopp between the UF's debate team

points.
our superior system of
Is highly structured and of-
For USF
research on a wide variety
luncheon.'I subjects to thoroughly develop
topic. The Irish team debates
Faculty member Edgar W. Kopp topics," he said.
will leave his UF post soon to stated that much of
become the first dean of engineering appeal that comes from the
at the University of South team is because they are
Florida in Tampa. "audience oreinted" than
The State Board of Control approved UPs debate team.
the appointment Friday of We debate not to an audience
Kopp who is now assistant dean of to a critic who decides who
academic affairs. best debator," he said. The
Kopp will leave USF sometimein team gets the audience be-
May when Robert B. Mautz, them and speaks more ex-
dean of academic affairs, returns wherein we carry
from his world tour. Kopp is now of our work by the use
acting dean in Mautz's place. .
Formerly assistant dean of engineering pointed out that the
at the UF and professorof debators discuss one side of
industrial engineering, Kopp which they believe In, but
assumed his position in Tigert UF team debates both sides of
Hall beginning in August, 1963. .
His replacement has not been a debate at Stetson
Feb. 29, the Irish team
to arrive on the Flori
Ex UF Official IIIDr. campus the next day for the
in Florida Union Auditor-
Fayette W. Parvin who was at 4 p.m.
assistant to president's office of the debate, a closed re-
the UF up to January 1962, has from 5 to 63p p.m. is
in Johnson Lounge with
suffered a ::erebral thrombosis,
it was learned here yesterday.He a few guests invited.
was stricken Feb. 6 in Kuala Institute of International
Lumpur, Malaysia. The doctor is sponsors the tours of
an official of the overseas pro- debate teams and the Irish
gram of the Ford Foundation in team is touring the South
Malaysia and was preparing to year.
leave for the U. S. for a two-

month stay. Wardens Favor Punishment I
before Parvin resigning was with UF to for accept 15 years the Capital

Ford Foundation post. He is now
confined in Asunta Hospital in TALLAHASSEE (UPI) -- Florida prison officials recommended yes- were shot down by policemen and one committed suicide.
terday that capital punishment be retained in Florida as a deterrentto Wainwright said he and seven wardens felt that capital punishmentis
Kuala Lumpur.
crime. a deterrent to crime and protects prison guards and Inmates against
The recommendation was put before the State Commission to Study attacks from other inmates. If the legislature should decide to makea
the Abolition of the Death Penalty in Capital Cases by State Penal change, Wainwright said, it should at least retain the death penalty
Director Louie Wainwright, former director II. G. Cochran Jr. and for persons who kill law enforcement officers, prison guards or prison -
the wardens of Florida's seven state prisons. inmates.
State Parole Commission Chairman Raymond Marsh, whose agency Marsh estimated that the average length of time served by a prisoner -
recommends to the pardon board whether clemency should be grantedin whose term is for life is eight years.;
capital cases, said he had no fixed feeling about whether the death Of the 36 murders and six rapists whose terms were commutedto
penalty should be abolished or not. life in the past 20 years, Marsh said, 11 are still In prison and
But he said about 20 per cent of the rapists and murders paroled seven are dead, some of natural causes and three by violence.
from the state prison after having their death sentences commutedto
life are making good citizens. Campus Leaders To Gather
Only a few, however, have gotten into trouble again that involved
J : violence, he said.
Current Campus Problems" with Student Government, and attempts -
Three of the 42 criminals whose death sentences have been commuted
will be the topic of Dean LesterL. to promote better leader-
in Europe since the commission was created in 1941, he said, killed again. TwoWtik&
Earning Money Male's address highlighting the ship and interest in UF organi!
annual Student Government Lead- zations.
JOBSIN ership Training Conference Sat- This year's conference will fea-
urday. ture for the first time case studies
?
Up The conference slated to begin from other universities accordingto
EUROPEEvery at 10 a.m. is sponsored: by Mike Monaghan, special pro-
the Florida Union in conjunction jects committee chairman.

registered studentcan Eat a Cup of Coffee r ,

get a job in Europe and
receive a travel grant.
Among thousands of jobs ENERJETSA
available are resort sales. CASH !
lifeguard and office work. NEW WAY to k..p altrl'
No experience is necessary without harmful drwgi. ?'
and wages range to $400
TWO of the,. candytyl. __
monthly. For a complete J
prospectus, travel grant and tablets .quol to on* strong '
job application returned air- cup of coffee end just athormlttt. Marion FinanceFR
mail, send $1 to Dept. F, Podogeof
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Grand Duchy of Luxem Ask lor them at your nearest drug counter 6-5333 Loans up to 5600

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4e dl. ; CJ ]Pi.ea, I lEi << r "UoW CoME YQo'REa

MoT MoR: fRIENDLY


Machine Like UniversityThe

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following Is a letter appeared in the Tampa Tribune, publishedin
the home city of our new sister institution. Since it concerns a
subject close to our IBM complexes and is written by some one who R4pN iZA11oL
is a first person observer of both sides of the situation, we believe it
may have more impetus than any generalized editorial we could crank
out on the subject.

TAMPA -- As a transient student from the University of Floridato
the University of South Florida, I have received an unforgettable
impression of school quality relative to school population.In .
just a few short weeks, I've been able to notice unbelleveable
differences in the two state Institutions in respect to organizationand '
simplicity. With its 14,000-plus admission the University of Florida /
I is in a constant maze of confusion possessing machine-like qualities
r which tend to take away from its primary function of providing an

) atmosphere conducive to study. The general feeling of a student ,,..AD 41N 4\PRoLEM\ s
I toward his surroundings in an impersonal one. Classes and dormitories,
I especially the newly-constructed ones, are terribly remote, leaving i ;111P I 11W
( the student far away from the normal campus facilities.
One glance at a University of Florida catalog enables one to realizethe
variation and complexity among and within even single subject
fields. Basic study courses may have as many as 40 sections in a L\d.r -
single subject with a comparable number of different instructors.Note ; -
that I said Instructors because a great deal of the subject matteris
taught by graduate students. To a large extent the success of a stu-
dent will be proportional to the quality of his Instructor, and it's a mat-
ter of hit and miss as to whether the subject matter in a course will
be presented by a particular instructor.
I r A great many of the classrooms at Gainesville are In deplorable Facts Example of Incompetence In LeadersEDITOR

f condition, and the extremes in weather are felt within. Aside from
the poor classroom facilities, which are probably no fault of the administration -
that while the size of the struc-
: horrifying example of the Incom-
the University of Florida leaves the student to feel the
brunt of the disorganization.The petency of those leaders to whomwe ture has increased 31 per cent

University of South Florida, on the other hand, with its com- If the facts stated in your arti- trust the future of this state's from the original design, the cost
paratively small numbers of students (less than 5,000) is a mecca cle about the new classroom build- educational system. has only increased 23 per cent
of simplicity and centralization which enables the student to form a ing are true, then they stand as a From the facts stated it appears notwithstanding the Increase in
with his fellow well his material and labor since the bids
students
more personal relationship as as
professors. The staff appears to be of a higher quality and also Writer Attacks Lackluster Qualitywith were let six years ago.
appears to show more Interest in the subject matter. Classroom It seems almost inconceivablethat
facilities are years in advance of the University of Florida. To be ex cathedra castigationEDITOR the executive committee of
able to sit In a comfortable chair for a class hour has a definite : the Board of Control and the State
effect on a student's alertness as well as his performance.The Cabinet has been so sloth and so
University of Florida and the University of South Florida are The appalling lackluster quality of The Florida Alligator can short-sighted as delay such an important -
both fine institutions, but because of its immense size the Universityof be attributed to the inability of the Alligator's underpinning to project so long and to quib-
Florida Is poorer In respect to what the student has to suffer through bear its responsibility to Intellectually turbinate the academic ble over only $262.000.
both mentally and physically to obtain an education. The day that the community and thereby overthrow the ubiquitous cerebral com- More regretable is the apparent
of too treat students individuals of the fact that we have a university
University South Florida gets large to its as placency studentry.In
It will lose some little something. the tradition of the University of Florida, the Alligator, president that hasn't either the
Whatever is lost won't have the slightest effect on the generally like the child, chooses the nickel rather than the dime becauseof guts or the foresight to stand up
recognized high standards which this university will surely have, its size. In particular, the quality of the editorial section is on an Important issue. Instead of
but it will surely be felt in the non-mechanical hearts of the students ludricous, always faithfully fillings its pages with sweet little fighting for the cause of educationhe
attending a machine-like university. nothings or with irate letters filled with ancient and over-used capitulates to the ignorance and
cliches by well meaning students.In reaction.A .
university ought to be a for-
Anthony Charles CapitanoIt the vein of objective criticism, I would suggest thought pro- ward looking institution, and to

is obvious that many UF students have had experience comparableto voking editorials evaluating some of the more nefarious actionsof gain any prominence or even a
that of the foregoing writer, and whose opinions differ from the con- the university hierarchy such as its recent rejection of all out- foothold on the future it needs
clusions he draws. And for those whose relationship with the universityhas of-state freshman. Further suggestions would Include editorials drive. Gone are the days when
been more personal than that of a punched card with a diode tube, comparing educational standards in Florida with the national norm. Florida was Just a cow college,
i the confines of this page are expressly provided for your rebuttle. But alas I have unfortunately challenged you to the distastefultask too bad that thinking hasn't been
Which brings us to a subject dear to the hearts of all newspapermen.We of having to think and write intelligently. You're editor's sent out to pasture also. It seems
have been blessed recently with numerous letters of prodigious note should be quite amusing. such folly that this State will allocate -

length. Displaying a normal aversion to cutting someone else's crea- ten times the aforemen-
tion, we have strived to run each in it's entirety a decision which David C. Heberlein, 7AS tioned amount to match federal
(due to an obvious space problem) often delays publication past the (Editor's Note--No, Mr. Heberlein, we won't be funny. Per- funds for a Student Union yet
point of timeliness.In haps you are right in your analysis of The Alligator's problems. hedge over adequated educational
the future, a premium will be placed on brevity; and letters of Maybe we Just need more Intellectuals down here to help us poo: facilities.
unusual length will be printed only in the unusual instances when space unfortunates. Care to apply?) Name Withheldthe

permits.And .

the editorial thus the staff.privilege of verbosity will be selfishly reserved for More On Dancing From Orchesis HeadEDITOR

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W. C. N.
: tor Gra, Gator Growl, and have International Week Talent

danced in the productions of the Show. On March 13, 14, membersof
The Florida Due to the recent publicity about Florida Players. This past year Orchesis, representing the UF,
AlligatorServed Orchesis and the Connecticut College Orchesis has performed for the will travel to the FSU campusto

by United Press International Scholarship, I feel I should Faculty Wives, the Newcomer'sClub see their annual modern dance
attempt to clarify the situation. filmed a dance working
/ Editor ...... .. .. .. .. .......... ... .. .. ... .. .. Walker Lundy program concert, and we will be
This is the only expenditure Or- for WUFT and Swim
' Managing Editor .. .. .. .. .. ... .. . .. .. .. ... Bill Fuller presented a work- with the Aqua Gators and
chesis requires or requests of shop at the end of each on
A Assistant Managing Editor .. .. . ... .... ...JOhn Atkins trimesterIn Fins to present a water show
, Editorial Editor ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. Wayne Norfleet Student Government funds cooperation with the required March 27 to 28.
\ throughout the entire school year. physical education modern small
. Sports Editor ... ...... .. .. .... .. .. ... ... . Glenn Laney dance Although Orchesis is a
In the past two years we have classes. We have
Wire Editor .. ...... ... .. .. .. .. .. ... . .. Bob Thomas brought to the and little known group, it is com-
sent two students to Connecticut campus many of the hardworking -
Feature Editor .. .. .. .. .. ...... .. .... ... .. Cmhi.i Tunst.nll outstanding posed of dedicated and
College School of Dance throughthe artists in the field of modern school
Campus Living Editor .... ..... ... .. .. .... .. .. Judy Lynn Prince dancers. Along with
Cooperative Scholarship Pro- dance--Merce
Editorial Assistants..John Hancock, Ernie Litz, Gail Sobering, Cunningham, Dan- work, sorority, and social obliga-
to acquire experience in iel Nagrin
Mark
gram
I Ryder etc. memberswho
Nancy Zimmet Wendt Steve tions, most of the twelve
Betty Betsy Garrison Vaughn, Carl
technique, composition, stagecraft During the
present Orchesis will for the Fine Arts
" Hayes and Sue Dobbie.Reporters..Mike performed
dance notation, and the his- be even busier than It has beenin Sunday rehearsed -
i j Power, Jim Castello. Phil Hevener, Joel Gaston, tory and philosophy' of dance. the past. On January 25 Miss Festival program on hours on
,; Douglas Molitor, Donita Mathison, Sally Stock, Carol obis, Ann We feel that such experiencehas Holly Chapman over twenty-five
brought the dance Orchesis
i1 Carter, Joe Kollin, Pam Pulley, Agnes Fowles, Bob De Loach, enabled us to better the qual- club from Florida State University Friday and Saturday. for its

.,.: Fran Snider, Fred Lane, Kathrine Duda, Jean Fagot, Judy Teich, lity of dance on the University of to the UF campus asguestsof Or- receives no remuneration the
Evan Engle, George Mims, Phil Geyer, Don Federman, Becky Quinn, Florida campus, and in the Gaines chesis, and led presentations. The only pay
a master class
applauseand
Larry Zimmerman, Jackie Cornelius, Pat Hogan, Charner Powell, ville area. It has helped us not and composition dancers collect is the
session. On Feb. satisfactionof
Patti Pltz, Gary Williams Don Davis, Terry Rogers, Sue Haugsted, only ib our demonstrations for the 8 we performed for the Hume the pleasure and
Joyce Kilmer, George Elmore, David Sumner, Jay Hatiser, Joe C5 lecturers on modern dance,but Hall Social Feb. 16 performing. this
; as part of hope
I
Ziegler and Joy Cherry. If nothing more,
in the dances we as a student the Fine Arts
Festival, Orchesis letter has introduced the univer-
organization perform for various presented a dance activities -
concert the
and
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student of sity students to some of
newspaper groups on campus. film; Feb. 21 to 22,Orchesis
the University of Florida and is published five times weekly except Orchesis was formed in 1955, bers will demonstrate composi-mem- of this dance group.

during the months of May, June, and July, when a weekly issue is pub- and since that time has been active tions for certain PL and PHA
"" lished. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is entered as second class matterat every semester. In the past, dance classes. Feb. 21 we will Linda Hyams
the United State Post Office at Gainesville, Fla. members have performed In Ga- perform three dance numbers for Orchesis President


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Nations Have Festival I

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Festival Supper The Tampa Electric Company, Members are chosen from the
The Continental Can Company,and School of Journalism on the basisof TOMORROWThe
The International Committee of the Florida Steel Company were good scholarship, Journalism
the Florida Union will present a hosts. Lunch and dinner were activities, and professional Intent.
Festival of Nations Supper Sun- provided by the sponsors. Girls pledged were Karen Hack,

day at 6 p.m. in the Florida Union Judy Pope, Barbara Conrad, Ann
Social Room. Club Visits FranceClub Carter, Tommy Landphair, Terry
The menu Is composed of foods Rendezvous wUl""visit Phillips, Virginia Gardner and Special Campus Cops Issue
from various nations. The guest France" Helen Gibson.
Friday ngi't! in the base-
speaker will be Dr. George K. ment of the Florida Union Building.All .

Davis science, professor department.Other in. the nuclear from students 8 until may 12 attend p.m. the Tommy dance Peace UnionThe Will Be OR Sale With:

entertainment from var-
Kennington will emcee the dance.
ious nations is planned. Student Peace Union will

Tickets, $1.25 for students, Builders MeetDean meet at 7:30 tonight to consider
$1.50 for non-students, may be action against compulsory ROTC. r" -
purchased in Room 315 of the Turpin C. Bannister and "Because of student governments -
Florida Union until 2 p.m. Friday. two faculty members of the Col- reluctance and perhaps Inability -

lege of Architecture and Fine Arts to represent the majorityof .
will be among the principal the students on this Issue we
Food PoisoningMr. speakers at the Twelfth Annual feel that the Student Peace Unionis POT
Short Course tot Building Officials the organization most fitted for ,
Hugh Butner, noted bac- to be held in the Student this task," said Bill Warinner,
teriologist from the milk and food Service Center on Feb. 23-26. president of the local chapter. SHOTS
laboratories of the Florida State Bannister will speak on 1 .rte ro'

Board of Health in Jacksonville "Building Construction in '-
will speak today at 9 a.m. and Florida;" Prof. Don A. Halperin's Glenn FilmAn FROM :- '
at 2:30 p.m. on food poisoning. subject is""Architectural Barriers
He will speak in the Athletic and the Handicapped;" and Assoc.
Dining Room of the Main Cafe- Prof Robert E. Caldwell will dis- hour-long film of Lt. Col. THE
teria. All local and area Food cuss "Heating -- ventilating -- John Glenn's space flight will be
shown daily through Saturday at
Service Personnel may attend. Air Conditioning Standards."
3:30 p.m. as the highlight of the
Approximately 100 men will at- AISLE"
National Engineering Week Exhibitin
Plant TripOne tned the course designed to assist
the ground floor of the Florida
building officials in meeting new
National Bank Building. .
problems of inspection.
hundred and ten UF The exhibit will be open daily :

engineering students, spon oi'ed JournalistsTheta through Friday from 1 p.m. to -
by the UF Student Branch of the 5 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m.
American Society of Mechanical Sigma Phi, women's to 5 p.m. Two showings of the "Damn They ARE real 11"!

Engineers, took a plant trip to journalism honorary,pledged eight Glenn film are tentatively
Tampa yesterday. members last Sunday. scheduled for Saturday.


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By DON FEDERMAN and unwholesome recreation for but the important thing is that a V"BRAVE NEW WOMEN"

young gentlemen In their late teens prank Involving the use of real

(First of Two Parts) and early twenties, and that there bullets by one side started it. To \/"WA TER TITANS OF THE SOUTH"
are more interesting and better think a little Joke caused a cloud-
Sometimt'S, my job as movie activities in which only the pursuednot burst of hate to burst upon our
reviewer can be a bit tedious. ( the pursuer) gets hurt, or country. V"PEEL PROFILES"
I have always wanted to createmy
better yet killed.
,
own movie. And so, with Once the war started, the
For one thing, the war was
nothing better to do this week, I particularly futile for the Southin soldiers let their repressed
have done just that. desires come to the fore. The
shoes
that they fought without
My movie is, I think, the ulti- most of the time. This weakenedthe actors in my movie will do like-
mate amalgam of 20th century Confederate arches to such an wise; after all,they're only human.I PRIZES FROM:
cinema forms. It has the epic have left room in the scenario
extent that it was impossible for Alan's Cubana
for certain moments of
grandeur of a Griffith or a De- in battle improvi-
them to be victorious ,
Mille, the symbolism of a sation in which the actors will be Florida Theater
Bergman, and theatrlcalism for no man can attend to his gun allowed to carry out the "death
of a Fellini.I and his blisters at the same time. wishes" of their choice. Donigan'sw
the movie only Theater
chose a variety styles rather Often throughout Because of limited funds, the *
feet will be seen, in order to
than an individual method because, battle scenes cannot be shot in
demonstrate the superiority of the
as the C-5 department and I know, their original locales. However, IN OUR
this is the best way to learn Union foot over the Confederate a Reddick cow pasture will do just 'h

about a particular art form; thatis foot.War fine.
a little knowledge is not a is also futile in that it Despite the cow pasture, the
bad thing. Of course, this way accomplishes none of the goalsit atmosphere of the war will be FIGHTCONTEST
A
one has no time to see inter- professes, unless 1 you're a captured. Both armies will be
relationships between ideas, sadist. I do not believe for one embodied in two actors who will
but who cares? If it's good enoughfor moment that the Civil War was paste Mathew Brady photographson

C-5, it's good enough for me. fought because of conflicting their bodies, wear their respec-
The name of my movie is "La ideologies. No siree! tive caps, and run around the cow
'
Guerre" -- so chic, so foreign- I will show that it was most pasture making terrible grimacesat a .
sounding. likely the result of an error ina each other, groaning, and
'La Guerre" will be about a mock battle between a occasionally removing a picturefor
Civil War. This is a familiar Confederate and Union marine a close-up. I think this idea
enough subject, but it has never batallion during a basic training most nearly approximates' the
been treated in the manner I intendto exercise. Of course, both sides great thrill a soldier experiencesin
use. were tense prior to the Incident, the midst of battle.

The basic theme that runs

throughout my movie is that war MORE THAN JUST JOKES
is a wasteful expenditure of energy GASOLINE DISCOUNT

., MORE THAN JUST TRAVELOGUE

Gitmo Gets Exiles 3' A GALLON

MORE THAN JUST ADS ?:';"

GUANTANAMO NAVAL BASE, r1. .
Cuba (UPI) -- The flight of Cuban WHY PAY MORE ?
exiles to this big U. S. baseis
beginning to resenble a small-
scale West Berlin.Eyewitnesses .
told yesterday of CAMPUSCITIES NEWORANGE
how a 15-year-old Cuban youth
swam about a half-mile under fire SERVICE
from Communist guards to join
about 600 other members of Guan- PEEL

tanamo's little publicized exile 204 N.W. 13th St. '
community. The youth's two com- "
panions were killed in the water "We Serve the Campus

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Wheat Sale troduced an exit permit fee 'Unfair' President Lyndon Johnsonand CommitmentsWASHINGTON
of 300 crown ($24)) to be an 'unpledged" slate :
BUENOS AIRES (UPI) -
paid for each trip to the dominated by Republicans
I The Argentine government West. WASHINGTON (UPI) A favoring Sen. Barry Gold- (UPI) !
::: has agreed to export 350- steel industry spokesman water were filed with the The United States j 1
000 to 400,000 tons of wheat called yesterday for an end Secretary of State yester- announced yesterday It will ,
to Communist China in FutilityDAYTONA to "unfair advantages"that day. make no new foreign aid
I April and May, Increasingthis he said foreign producershold commitments to Spain and ,
year's total wheat over U.S. steel mills. Morocco until they clarify -,
Gov. Farris Bryant U.S.
,
shipments to that country BEACH (UPIA ) John P. Roche,presidentof Sens. Spessard Holland and what they have done to halt >,
f;" to at least 700,000 tons. top labor troubleshootergave the American Iron and George Smathers and the shipping to Castro Cuba.
Raul Perazzo, chairman Steel Institute, said thatif
!j. up attempts to initiatenew entire state cabinet headsup
of the National Grain other countries could not
i{ negotiations In the the slate of delegates
: Board, told UPI that later Florida East Coast Railway be induced to remove or pledged to support The State Departmentalso
J orders may Increase 1964 '' lower their "non-tariff said that the trickleof
dispute as complete fUtility" President Johnson In the
1} wheat shipments to China yesterday and trading barriers" and stop foreign assistance goingto
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May preferential pri-
much million steel the Britain, France and Yugoslavia -
.f to as as a accused FEC Chairman Ed 'dumping" on mary.
4v tons. Ball of failing his public American market, the Is being termin-
United States should refuseto ated because those govern-
responsibilities. State Republican
hy.w discuss a reduction of ments have not taken stepsto
.>w Ease Up Assistant Labor Secre- Chairman Tom F. Brown, .:
,. steel tariffs. halt shipping to Cuba.
.". tary James J. Reynolds, Tampa qualified the slateof
fil<::: VIENNA (UPI) Com the envoy of Labor Secre- unpledged J delegates for $I

munist Czechoslovakia has tary W. WUlard Wirtz, also Slates FiledTALLAHASSEE the GOP ticket, saying that
@xx! officially eased travel restrictions said he would recommenda the list included party lea- The department said ?
wt' topermitCzechs second time that the FEC ders "easily recog- these aid programs Involve .,
g: to visit relatives in the be denied the right to serve (UPI) nized" as the people who only "very small residual .,
W: West. the Cape Kennedy space A slate of top Democraticstate have led the Florida movement military training and sales ,
W> The government also In- center. officials pledged to arrangements." .

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At the 1963 stockholders' meeting, Aria R. Miller, President of Cows EarnBreeder

Ford Motor Company,emphasized the Company's far-sighted recruit

DEVELOPMENT OF ment program and its accent on developing management talent:

I "Obviously, our long-run future will be determined by the develop AwardA

ment of our management. Here, every one of us-at all level of

MANAGEMENT supervision-recognizes this as his most important function. Since 1946, national award of distinctionwas
the Company has recruited widely varied talent-talent that can be corralled this month by a herd

blended to give us the required combination of tight administration and of bovine beauties from the UF

IS OUR MOST creative scope. dairy Agriculture herd. Experiment Stations'

I "Under a carefully conceived management development program, we try to The Experiment Station's
recruit the best personnel available, both in training and experience. Once we holstein herd has earned the first

get them, we have a program for giving them varied opportunities and increasing Progressive Breeders Registry
Award ever to be presented in
IMPORIANT I This is in force in all of the manufacturing
I responsibility. program parts Company-in Florida, Dr. Charles J. Wilcox,
finance, styling, engineering and marketing. geneticist with the Dairy Science

"The program is paying off. We have developed a' real depth of management talentin Department, announced.The .

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I of this, I feel not only very fortunate in being associated with this managementgroup cutive office in Brattleboro, Vt.

but also very confident of its long-run success. We know our goals and how to Executive Secretary Robert H.
achieve them." Rumler stated In a letter that this
is the highest award a holstein
breeder may receive.
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leadership position of the Experi-
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American Road, Dearborn Michigan industry of the state," Rumler
said.
'Herd management has demon-
strated Its excellence in
developing the herd for milk and

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r Page Alligator February -, z wy Gators Receive

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I ; the season yesterday when the

Gator's plane spent two hours cir-
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STEVE VAUGHN !
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Assistant Sports Editor x to find a place to land.

The plane, an Argonaut Airlines

... "'. craft, finally landed at 6:30 a.m.
_
at Gainesville Airport after spend-
Boggs "The Voice"
ing five hours in the air on a

'.....and it's a HIGH: SPIRALING, LONG, TWISTING punt by Sey- prescribed two and one-half hour

mour," the voice said on the radio. "It hits, it's rolling, still rollIng flight.

and friends, It's being BLOWN; DEAD on the flv?.'' The flight originated at Atlanta,

Gitor l" }.oall fans who can't mat:) it to Florida Field on Autumn Ga., where Gator coach Norm

Saturday afternoons and switch on their radios at home for footballare Sloan had left the team to scout

likely to recognize the vocabulary as that of Otis Boggs. Boggs, Florida's next week opponents,

the familiar "Voice of the Gators," has been associated with the flori- Georgia Tech.

da football radio network since 1948 and has been talking his way The plane encountered hail and

through UF home basketball contests for ten seasons.If strong head winds outside Atlanta,

you've never seen him, Boggs is the guy always sitting at the and the passengers spent the last

right end of the balcony on the north side of Florida Gym during three hours of the trip strappedin

basketball games. There will usually be a microphone in front of safety belts.

.., him, and you can see his mouth in action during play-by-play from Just When a landing at Gainesville

about anywhere in the house."I appeared doubtful, the pilot took

guess I've seen as many Florida games as anybody around, except LAST SECOND STRATEGY the plane to Jacksonville. But

for maybe some of the older professors," say Boggs, a UF he was unable to touch down there,

graduate himself. "I've enjoyed sports Just about all my life and .is planned by the Phi Delta Theta Cagers as they trya or in Tampa. Finally the wind-
so has most of my family. storm here subsided long enoughfor
last ditch effort to pull the out of the fire. They
"You might say we're sort of prejudiced for a few teams at our game the plane to set down safely.

house," he says, "mainly Florida and Green Bay." were not successful as Alpha Tau Omega captured a win, The Gator cagers had similar

Boggs' high regard for Gator teams speaks for itself. A cousin, 40-37and the Orange League basketball title last night. flight problems on their first road
Red Cochran is an assistant coach with the National Football League's trip of the year to Louisana. On
."1'"i" .\" that the
flight, landing gear of the
., Green Bay Packers.In .
addition to sports broadcasting Lee Frosh plane Jammed, causing several
Eyes anxious moments in the air. On
Boggs says he enjoys classi-
", the return trip heavy fogs in the
,
cal ,music and fishing, and if you
catch him when he's not too busy Gainesville area forced their craftto

I he'll show you his set of home- Baseball land in OcaIa.Baby .
WinnerBy
.11 made fishing lures and talk fish-

I'I ing. GatorsWinThe

lie was born in the shadow of MARTY LURIE The pitching staff that Lee is

Clemson College, in South Carolina Sports WriterIn heavily counting upon is beadedby UF Baby Gator basketball

and said he grew up with three fine moundsmen. team staged a comeback in the

IiNy many of the coaches' sons therein the major leagues the mark They are righthanders Bob game's final seven minutes to downSt.

a sports-oriented atmosphere."I of a good organization is a team's Adams, a 6-5 235 lb. hurler from Petersburg Junior College 92-

farm system. In college athleticsthe Tampa, Danny Orr, a Jackson- 89 Monday.Jeff .

had high ambitions in sports strength of the varsity is the ville product,and Joe Bekerls, who Ramsey led the Gators witha

myself," he recalled. "The training the players have received hails from Camp Pendleton, Cali- 26 point performance, but was

trouble was, I only weighed about on the freshmen team. fornia. indivJ" 'ually overshadowed by the

135 pounds soaking wet in high At the UF, Freshmen Baseball The outfield isn't set at the mo- nation's leading Junior college

school and college, believe it or Coach P. A. Lee has been turningout ment, but Lee feels that Phil scorer, Gregg Bloodworth,

not. outstanding candidates for the Jones, a real hustler, and Jim who poured in 41 points.

Boggs has obviously added an Gator varsities during the past Frailer, a boy who hits with authority The Baby Gators play Central

extra pound or two since then. four seasons. should find spots in the Florida JC in Ocala tonight and
BOGGS Lee, who doubles as a physical garden. Manatee JC here Feb. 24 to close
...
lie graduated from high school after moving to Auburndale, Fla., education coach feels that the upcoming The catching staff has proved to out their season.SemiFinals.

and then from the UF In 194S. Florida didn't have a broadcasting team has the potential to be a fine surprise as Edmund SetThe

school in those days and Boggs got his degree in the College of Arts provide another banner crop of Gross of Jacksonville and Bill

and Sciences. promising athletes for next year's Collins from South Dade seem to campusdormleaguebasketball -

varsity. be handling the backstop position will be
A Radio AuditionHe basketball semi-finals
Right now we are practicingsix very well.The .
played tonight in Florida Gym.
went to World War II, came back, got a radio audition, and days a week, stressing the team opens its season in
The Graham Area champs,
wound up in Texas in the Southwest Conference area as a sports basic fundamentals of the game," Gainesville March 2 against Dade
Maclachlan section, play the Hume
announcer. Back on home grounds In Florida in 1948, be Joined the Lee said. "So far we have a green County Junior College, which is section at
Area champs Bigham ,
,
Gators 27 station football network, which has since expanded to 50 team, but the boys have really rated as one of the outstanding
8 At 9 the Tolbert
stations. been hustling, paying close attention Junior college teams in the coun- p.m. p.m.

There are now seven Florida stations on the growing Gator basketball and showing a lot of de- try. Twenty-four games are on champs, Eldridge, play Murphee
champs Murphee G.
f network. Boggs began working the away, as well as home, cage sire. I'm quite pleased with the the slate with all home games The winners, of the two semi-
t contests four seasons ago. team's progress so far." beginning at 3 p.m. on the varsity at
final games will meet Saturday
t Having traveled about the Southeastern Conference (SEC) for some "We'll concentrate on buildinga diamond. 9 p.m. for the campus title.

: time now, Boggs has seen considerable change in sports, and he says strong defense to go along with ...
basketball Is a prime example.Kentucky. what I hope to be a sound pitching

staff," added Lee, who has had CORNERMost
And Kessinger"The four successive winning seasons. The PIPE

Last year's frosh team posted a
conference used to be a Joke as fir as basketball was con-
fine 15-6 mark.
cerned with Kentucky dominating everybody," he said. "But with
Three men, Harry Fehrman,
the league, evening up a lot now, fan interest has picked up to the
Mike ShIrah, and Greg Cotton are
point where facilities are lacking in some places and fans often
currently engaged in a battle for
have a problem finding a seat. This is especially true in small gyms
first base, while a pair of slick
like Auburn's Sports Arena and Georgia's Woodruff Hall where they
fielders, Gary Young and Art Kurtz
pack them in, and where the crowds can get pretty unruly at times
duel for second
are hooked up in a
F to make it tough on an announcer."
base.
Georgia's' tiny old Woodruff is referred to. as the only gym in the
David Hodges at shortstop and
U. S. where wind is a factor.
I Charles Strattan at third base
Boggs has gotten a first hand look at most of the SEC teams this
round out the Infield. Lanky Hodges -
season and he goes along with Kentucky to win the close league title
is a sure-hinded fielder with

'. race. good while Strattan covers
He says the best Individual player he's seen this season has been
the hot corner well and is a fine
Donnie Kessinger, the Ole Miss Rebel who scored 34 points againstthe
hitter.
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