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The Florida Alligator

Vol.56, No. 100 University of Florida, Gainesville Thursday, Feb.20, 1964

Leg Council Votes To Seat KellerBy

DON DAVIS In response t) questions of the of Journalism and Com- mittee report she felt the board

legislative committee, the Boardof munications-pursuing a journalism violated its charter and the student
Staff Writer
Student Publications stated major. body constitution. Miss Keller

Legislative Council voted unanimously ...we are given the authorityto The student body constitution claims she still should be seated

Tuesday night that the determine the required qualifi- states student members of the even if the new qualifications are
Board of Student Publications seat cations for our board members Board of Student Publications legal because she has a 2.5 grade

Barbara Keller, but the door is through the 'undefined powers'be- n .. .shall be qualified as providedin average and two years experienceon
still closed-at least until this stowed upon us by the Board of the charter of the Board of the staff of "Coedikette," a
afternoon's board meeting. Control and the president of the Student Publications." fee-supported publication.In .
Miss Keller was elected to the university, and through the :t' '" Any changes or amendments to view of this findings, the
board In the recent student 'general' language of this board's A the charter of the board Is sub- committee recommended the

elections, but the board maintainsshe charter." ject to approval of the legislative legislative council vote to seat

fails to meet the qualificationsof "We realize the board's charter council, said Price. Miss Keller on the board she

the position. specifies certain qualificationswhich The board said In the meets the "...only qualification

Action of the legislative councilwas the candidate must meet, committee's report, "We do not requirements which have been pre-
based on the report special but we feel we have the powerto MRBARA'EIIER intend to submit our new qualification sented to the student body in an

committee appointed by formerSG expand, or go beyond, that The qualifications state a student requirements to the official manner."
Vice-President Frank Harshaw.A document when we deem it neces- member of the board must have a legislative council for approval and The committee based its recom-

three page report on the sary," the board said in the 2.3 average, two trimesters of subsequent placement In our mendation on the grounds .. .the
committee's findings waspre- committee report. certified experience on a fee-sup- charter. We feel we should have Board of Student Publications has
sented by committee chairman New qualification requirementswere ported publication classificationas flexibility In this area."
Floyd Price. adopted by the board Jan.16. a Junior or above In the school Miss Keller stated in the com- (See KELLER, Page 5))

Rights Group Begins p4:3:

Ai 1y. '

Theater Picket LineBy

JOHN CLENDENON ville if the downtown theatre remains press conference yesterday:
Staff Writer segragated on Satur An announcement yesterday by '

The Student Group for Equal day. Florida Theatre District Mana-
Rights (SGER) last night formed The NAACP Youth Council joined ger Robert Heekan that the theatre ..

a picket line atthe Florida Theatre the SGER members in the Gaines- would continue to remain segregated -

in protest of what group spokesmen ville picket line. .prompted SGER's action last
walled "the racial discrimiSheehan said the picketing procedure night.
nation policy of the theatre." would be similar to the one Since September, theatre mana- M

There were no incidents. that prevailed at the College Inn ger William Duggan has alloweda

David R. Sheehan, faculty adin the fall. Pickets will work in quota of three Negroes per day--

visor for SGER, said the group two shifts from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. except on Friday's and weekend
turned to picketing after a "lull with five members in line at one nights--into the theatre.

round of negotiations in the last time. A faculty spokesman will The negotiations since then have
month had added up to nothing." accompany the pickets. attempted to Improve on the "to-

Sheehan said the picket line will He said the Gainesville Bi- ken" integration proposal.In .

form again tonight and tomorrow Racial Committee and city police
September of 1963, after an
night. He said the group will had been informed of the action.
early summer incident at the the- i
extend its picketing to the FloriHere's the full story, as explained -
atre when the NAACP was picket-
da Theatre Building In Jackson- by SGER officials at a 4
ing, the theatre agreed to admit
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called In advance.

A Rocky Start ; During September, October, and
November, only about a dozen Negroes -

;:; went to the theatre under

Staff Writer :,.F Coward, a member of the BiRacial .ended the week-long 1964 Fine Arts Festival with a
The new Gator party-dominated Legislative Council got off 'l;: Committee, attempted to concert at University Auditorium last night. Goldberg,
revive the program and Negro -
":'. to a rocky start Tuesday night when neither the Chancellor '1: did Increase. a Pole, is currently on his 10th concert tour of the
or Clerk of the Honor Court were around to swear In the t
Coward talked with Duggan the United States.Baker.
new members. 1 y
first week in January an attemptto
Following the roll call, the Council recessed for five minutesto
have all discriminatory bars
dig up one of the men necessary for the swearing in. Ii, Cites Fifth
dropped. Duggan reportedly Insisted -
New presiding officer Dick Gober, vice-president of the it
that the decision had to be ,
student body, reopened the session and said, "according to l
made by the district manager in
the Constitution, the members are officially In office."
He had conferred with Parliamentarian Buddy Blaine and { Jacksonville. Accuses Senators
Efforts to contact the district
acting Majority Floor Leader Floyd Price in the interim. .J
manager, Robert Heekin, failed on
Meanwhile, Honor Court Chancellor Gerry Richman had taft.'
more than one occasion. Heekin WASHINGTON (UPI) -- Robert fled a subpoena for the records
appeared on the scene. He swore in the new members any- J
? never returned any of the calls, G. Bobby Baker, the elusive for- during a 90-mlnute closed-door

way.The Council also approved the following cabinet appointments (t.. SGER said. mer Senate aide, finally showedup session with the committee mem-

: Martin Swartz for Sec. of the Interior; Drew Hazlett On Feb. 5, Sheehan met with yesterday before Senate bers, a number of them old Sen-

for Sec. of Student Activities,Bob De Loach for Sec. of Labor, Ed Roberts, a local businessmanwho investigators and promptly court- ate friends and acquaintances.
Mike Hollingsworth for Sec. of Finance, Mickey Miles for had helped to implement the ed contempt prosecution by refusing Baker who resigned his$19,612-

Sec. of Organizations and Martin Edwards for Sec. of Legis- plan at the theatre. Sheehan told to hand over his personaland a-year post as secretary to Senate
lative Affairs. .Y him .Negro leaders felt the plan business records. Democrats last October, read a

However, only Edwards and Hazlett showed up for the honors. ;, was too condescending and would Among other things, he cited statement before the committee
Next order of business was to rule on a tie vote during recent not work. the Fifth Amendment against pos- stating his refusal to supply the

elections for Honor Court Justice from the School of Sheehan told Roberts a picket sible self-incrimlnation. He also documents.

Business Administration. .. line was scheduled for Feb. 12 accused the investigators of
Herry Raatama and Linda Ricker finished in a dead heat in by SGER. Roberts immediately trying to put him on trial, and Last ChanceToday
the Feb. 6 campus elections. announced that he was withdrawing said federal agents has used tapped

Jim Cooner, defeated V.O.T.E. candidate for Honor Court from negotiations.Sheehan telephones against him. is the last day for 30-

Clerk, motioned that the Council select Raatama. Drew Haz: .J. talked with John Harri- The ,Senate Rules Committee, 000 people In Alachua County to

lett said he'd like to point out that Raatama is a member of .,' son of the Gainesville Sun,who had which is Investigating Baker's buy automobile tags, according to
V.O.T.E. party and Miss Ricker is affiliated with Gator party."I 2 originally sent SGER to Roberts. business activities, responded by County Tax Assessor Shellie Mc-

can think of no higher qualification for Honor Court Harrison said Ed Johnson, vice- summoning him to a public hear- Kinney.
justice than being a member of V.O.T.E. party," Conner :" president and executive editor of ing Tuesday for a showdown. It "We'll be open as late as the
countered. The Sun, had talked with Everet threatened a possible contempt citation customers keep coming in,"

Raatama won a roll call vote by a 30-26 margin. Erlick, vice-president of ABC- if, as indicated, he still promised McKinney. "I just hope
Linda Letzic was elected secretary of the Council. paramount in New York. ABC- refused to produce thedocumeots.Baker the people remember to bring in
who had been absent from their registration certificates or
,. N :,r. ,;. ;r ::*,MZ?<< ::;;:&;:' (See PICKET LINE, Page 3)) Washington in recent weeks, de- we'll really be mobbed."



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JAY HAVBER "When the losses make a
Staff Writer notlcable dent in' the profit, then H : : ; :
the apples must stop for a while," ,
Honor Apples, missing from the Graham said. "It' a shame that
stands since the second week of those who enjoy apples enough to : :
classes, may be back next week. pay for them must suffer because
If the weather is favorable next of those who fail to drop a dimein '
week, apples will again be placedin the box." ; AULM ( :
the honor boxes on campus, "Honor apples, operating under ,
James L. "Jim" Graham, 4LW, the university honor system, have
apple proprietor, announced today."I been a student owned concessionon
put apples out the first two campus for years. It is my
weeks of this trimester," Graham understanding that the administration -
said, "but bad weather and losses must approve the new owner r
made it unprofitable to continue." when the concession is sold," r
In this first two week period Graham added.
losses ran as high as 80 apples "The administration does have
per day. The weather was also control over where the apple boxes FLORIDA UNION FLIGHT TO EUROPE
poor for apple sales, he said. can be placed on campus,"Graham
"Honor apples are a tradition on said. "The boxes cannot be placed
campus but I believe it is also anywhere near a campus eating .leaves June 16 or 17 from John F. Kennedy Airport in New York. Here last year's'

traditional to pay for them," establishment." travelers are shown just before takeoff. The tour costs $335 round trip, returns Aug.
Graham said. "This is not switched
a "Since the newspapers
cash and carry business. When a from open to coin-operated news- 19 or 20. Information is available in room 315 of the Florida Union.

person takes an apple he is only paper racks the honor apples offer
required to pay for it within a one of the best proving grounds for-
reasonable length of time. I con- the honor system," Graham said. ., ,
sider a week to be a reasonable "It's a fallacy for a student to ..
time." think, 'What difference does it
The fall trimester, when it's make, It's only a dime,' Graham ; .
t '
cold, is the best season for apple said. "It's more than a dime, 'f''F: V '! r" ., '
sales. The summer trimester: Is it's a test of the student's rom ', 1<', .
the worst. Apple consumption character."
averaged close to 375 per day last The apples were stopped several the m .
trimester, Including losses weeks ago due to the weather and ;
running as high as 25 per cent, to* give that small minority of the famousshirtmaker ZkS\ M. S] :
he said. students who consider the applesa
"The owner cannot and should gift, a chance to think It over, '" '
not look at the apple concessionwith he, added."I E t:
a purely business view. It plan to put them out again
requires a low capital investment, next week and see what happens," for ,t ,Y.
has a low overhead, and most of Graham said.Graham ;

all it is a campus tradition," will graduate in Augustand men w N;.,.:..
Graham said. "Still must make at that time sell the concessionto ,
enough to pay the owner for his another student and the traditionwill ,. ,
time." be carried on. ,. .'


Pilot Believed Dead =
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181st In Viet NamSAIGON "

South Viet Nam (UPI) It was the second T28 shot down !
-A U.S. Air Force pilot and his by the Viet Cong in two days over V N A
Vietnamese observer were the Red-Infested Mekongdeltasouth
believed killed Wednesday when of her e. The other was
Communist guerrillas shot down a downed Tuesday while strafing and
T28 fighter plane south of Saigon, bombing guerrillas in the moun- ? t
an American military sopkesmansaid. tains of An Giang Province near :
the Cambodian border.
The airman's'death would raiseto The American pilot and the Viet-
181 the total of Americans who namese co-pilot escaped Injury and
have died in South Viet Nam since were rescued by helicopter. The >9X
January, 1961. plane was destroyed by strafingto
The spokesman said the plane prevent It from falling into ." ; s
was strafing and bombing Viet Communist hands. V
Cong guerrillas in support of a The death of an American Army
raid by Vietnamese troops 90 miles officer in a highway accident Mon- .
south of Saigon when it was hit day also was reported Wednesday. .wMrA
by groundfire. A spokesman said the officer was
The plane exploded when It thrown out of his jeep and killed ItV.
crashed. An observation plane when his American sergeant I.\,:.
accompanying the fighter reportedno driver lost control of the vehicleon
sign of a parachute as the plane coastal highway No.1, about .
hurtled downward. 280 miles north of Saigon. :


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Thursday, Feb.20,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3

--. --
New Peel Satirizes 4
Orange i

: Picketing 1

I Campus Cops In New Issue (Continued From Page 1)) I

Paramount owns the Florida The- Tuesday night Roberts told Negro -
A satirical take-off on the UF tions today -- the Hub, Campus contains 52 pages of cartoons, a atre chain. leaders he had recommended
campus cops is the main themeof Club, Norman Hall, Matherly Hall, "campus cop" Hall of Fame, an Erlicksaid, according to Harri- complete desegregation to the district -
the new issue of The New the main library, Peabody Hall and ideal student election platform, a son, that the decision to integratea manager. lie e kin told Rob-
Orange Peel on sale today. the engineering building. section on the UF swimming team, local theatre is up to the dis- erts he would call ABC-Paramount
The campus humor magazine is According to Orange Peel Editor and a feature on the GREAT ZOT, trict manager. The district manager In New York and then call Roberts
on sale at eight different loca- Stan Huguenin, 6JM, the new issue H.G. "Buddy" Davis, professor of Is supposed to proceed, he back.

__ --- - ---- Journalism. said, with desegregation within the Yesterday, Roberts told Negro
"Are Love And Marriage Com- guidelines set by local city offi- leaders that Heekin had consultedwith
vi ., patible" Is the title of an article cials. some of the other district
by Dr. Didier Graeffe which has Harrison suggested calling managers in the state and had decided -
... been included in the magazine as Mayor Byron Winn, who could in not to desegregate the
a rebuttal to Dr. Wlnifried Dusen- turn call Heekin,the district manager theatre.
'' bury's article in the last issue of In Jacksonville.

p..' the "Peel." On Feb. 7, Winn met with SGER *
xF ::' The magazine will present for representatives and agreed to call
) ) the first time a full size pinupof Heekin. Winn couldn't get in touch
.__ Joyce Dliedner, who is...well, with Heekin so he decided to call Picket LineIs
t buy a copy and see. Erllck in New York, he said.
Details on entering the contestto Erllck assured Winn he would
pick the winner of the Liston- have Heekin call him, accordingto QuietBy
i Clay fight are also included in the SGER.
:- new Peel. Winn hoped to get Heekin to
( 1 ; "We think this is the best Issue meet in Gainesville with the city JOEL GASTON
we've published so far," Hugueninsaid. manager, representatives of Staff WriterA

SGER, Harrison, UF student body loudly
5I car drove by, beeped
He added that of the 4,500 Home- president, and leaders of the Negro and drove away..a curious
coming issues on sale last .
L .....-....." .. ... community.On woman stopped her car and asked
trimester, all but 200 were sold. Wednesday, Feb. 12, Heekin
them why they did it..a car
All 5,000 copies of the Christmas called Wino and said he would not
load of young people drove by
edition were sold, and 5,000 copiesof come to Gainesville. He said that and shouted something not under- J
today's issue have been printed. Ed Roberts had his authority to win-
standable through a rolled-up
"The first edition last home- negotiate the desegregation of the

coming was weak in humor, the theatre. dow.These were typical of the rela-
Christmas issue was full of humor Roberts reportedly met with Negro tively quiet happenings In front of
but weak in other areas. This leaders on Monday and told the Florida Theater last night as
time we think we have a good them he did not have the authorityto the Student Group for Equal Right
well balanced magazine," said desegregate the theatre. lie began the first of its three daysof
said he would call Heekin.
Huguenin. picketing for Integration of the
i The five youthful pickets paced

slowly up and down, completely
oblivious to everything.
Valuable Lantern Their poker faces mirrored absolutely -
no emotion, even when the
woman stopped her car and walked
FFF Taken From UnionA beside one of the pickets to try
and find out what was happening.She .

valuable Chinese lantern, ton, New York and Houston art explained to Dr. MarshallB.
II hand-painted to represent happi- galleries. Jones, one of the group's endorsers -
ness, was taken from the Flori- If the lantern,described as"oneof that she was Just curious.
da Union Saturday night. the most beautiful," does not Her husband, who had pulled
The lantern was one of six being turn up, a replacement will haveto their car over to the sidewalk,
used as decoration for a Chinese be Imported from Formosa."It beeped nervously and drove
New Year celebration Saturday. is impossible to buy a lan. around the block as a police car
According to Jim Du, chair- tern like it in the United States. pulled up.Police.
man of the decorating committee, You can't even find one In the cars patrolled the vici-
the lantern was taken Just before New York or San Francisco Chinatowns every four 6r five minutes,passing
::;; ; the party and, although there were ," Du said."Whoever slowly by the 25-30 foot distance
: ': several people around, no one saw took the lantern must being picketed.
< i
.,; '(' :t, it "leave." have realized it was valuable. The Patrons went into the theater
;>''' .::i "I was there and another Chi other five were merely printed looking at the pickets as if they
nese student was there,"said Jim. reproductions." weren't there or staring at them
"We heard someone running but "It must be a Joke. The per- curiously.Few .
didn't realize at first the lanternwas son who took it couldn't possiblysell people passed the bundledup -
The Classic Trouserby
Poplin missing." it," he said. group on the sidewalk and the
One of the most famous Chi Standing about a foot high, the main spectators were a group of
nese artists in Taiwan, named lantern has a red frame and is half-a-dozen photographers, faculty -
CORBINHere Huang, painted the lantern, according painted in colors of black, red advisors and spectators.The .
to Du. and green. pickets, bearing signs read-
Huang was in the United States This is the year of the Dra- ing, "No man Is free until all
are the trousers to go tastefu'llywith recently as a guest lecturer for gon for the Chinese. It is sup- men are free," or "You said
favorite summer sports coat the U. S. State Department. Dis- posed to be a good year. tomorrow yesterday," pacedon
your plays of his scroll-type paintings Somehow the year got off to apparently seeing no one.
and there is just the right degree of taperto hang in San Francisco, Washing a bad start Saturday night.; The group quit picketing at about

give you an unrestrained smoothness in fit. 8:30: because, according to faculty

Corbin skillfully tailors these trousers from the advisor Austin "Creel, there
4 "weren't any people.
finest quality blend of dacron and pima cotton
For Good Ole George
.a fabric that keeps its crisp good lookson Fine SuspendedA

the warmest summer, days. 'pI' thr\ I Fe b. ;z2rtd

available in regular, short long rise. UF student who was arrested
... three weeks ago for possessionof
$14.95 W/n-feer/ eeJa.lsSlirf. narcotics has been suspendedfrom
the university upon recom-

Corbin's Zrlr dacron and wool is $19.95Corbin's S e IOLL-Ses mendation by the Faculty
c Discipline Committee.
tapered boxer swim shorts $10.93 ,
Robert Michael Fine, 2UC, 820
walking shorts are $12.95, both available
in Madras and solid colors S I i rnn.; DressesB s' North Hall, will be able to apply
for re-admission Aug. 15.
An investigation into the sourceof
d.hd ZFackas
the narcotics is being continued

R na.1 Clearance.B\ by state authorities.



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The Faculty Disciplinary

Committee: Part 1 Of 2 Washington BirthdaySALE

By GEORGE ELMORE pline Committee and the varietyof What is this committee whose
Staff Writer punishments likely to result decisions can be so far-reaching?
(Editor's Note -- This Is the from almost any "behavior unbe- It is a committee establishedby
first of a two-part series on student coming a Florida student." the University of Florida con-
discipline at the UF done In It is a committee which for- stitution and Is composed of 10
cooperation with Information Ser- tunately most students need never faculty members and one student,
vices. The second part will appear face, but there are enough vio- all appointed by the university
tomorrow.) lations with varying degrees of president. Ultimately it is the
An 18-year old UF student severity to keep the 11-member president of the university who is
thought it would be "fun" to shakeup group working overtime. responsible for all disciplinary
his roommate absorbed in study, matters within the University com-
so he tossed a match in the trash VARYING DEGREES munity. The committee recom-

can The joke became a damagingfire. Last trimester alone, the mends action for presidential ap-
The boy faced the Faculty Faculty Discipline Committee recommended prov-'.
Discipline Committee. lIe was varying degrees of
suspended for thrte trimesters and punshiment for 45 students. The EACH DIFFERENT"No FINAL MARKDOWN ON ALL FALL AND
his permanent record bears the recommendations wont to the one violation Is treated EARLY SPRING MERCHANDISE
painful decision.A president who studied the facts and like the one which preceded it,"
coed Ignored off-campus approved the committee's de- says Discipline Committee Chair-
housing regulations and found herself cisions. The students were man J.D. Butterworth. "Each is
facing the disciplinary group. notified; parents received letters weighed individually. A student's Suits Slacks Top Coats
Results disciplinary probation for informing them of the president's entire record and all the facts ,
the trimesters. action. So did the registrar. The regarding the violation are care-
A student could not see good violation and the resulting punish- fully wieghed before any recom-
reason for abiding by campus traffic ment became part of the student's mendation is made for disposition Allweather Coats
and parking regulations. The permanent record. of the case. ,
violations mounted and he found Eleven were punished for "The Committee's intent is
; himself suspended.A stealing and received punishmentswhich basically educative In nature and Sweaters Jackets
student with a record of previous ranged from disciplinary not punitive." ,
j suspension was found guilty probation for two trimesters to The dean of men or the dean of
I of disorderly conduct on several suspension for an indefinite periodof women (as the case maybe)makes
, occasions on his return to the uni- time. Disorderly conduct the decision that an erring student Sport & Dress Shirts
: versity. The disciplinary brought punishment to 16 students must face the discipline
committee studied his rete d and from reprimands to expulsion. committee. It comes only when
weighed the current problem. Result Traffic and parking violations the case is sufficiently severe
: Expulsion.The ended with suspensions for varying and calls for more than routine
cases, fictitious for obvious periods of time. Other infrac- action, and after consultation with SUITS Reg-49.95 $3290
reasons, point to the variety of tions brought suspensions and disciplinary the dean of student affairs. (If and 59.95
student offenses considered probation ranging from the offense is cheating,passing bad 2 for 64.00
periodically by the Faculty Disci- one year to total academic careers. checks or simple stealing,the case
is within the jurisdiction of the Reg. 65.00 $['90"
Honor Court and is referred to SUITS
AGAINST and 75.00 JL
RIGHTS BILLSoutherners the chancellor.) The two officersare
not members of the committeeand 2 for 100.00
do not participate in com-

Renew mittee available Membership decisions.to answer Is on questions.But a revolving they are SPORTCOATS a r'r'B 00 19 1 90

Pledge Make Plans basis so that the element of con-
, tinuity of personnel with committee 90
experience is always present. SPORTCOATS33
WASHINGTON (UPI) South- The Southern senators served During the current academic
ern senators decided at a strategy notice that they will wage a battle year, the committee Is composedof
session Wednesday to oppose an when the leadership plans to try Dr. J.D.Butterworth,chairman;
opening move by Senate leadersto to bypass referring the legisla- W.B. Tucker, vice-chairman; Dr.
speed action on the House- tion to the Judiciary Committeein Clifford Boyd; Dr. H.T. Martin; SLACKS Reg. to 14.95 $890 2 for '17.00
passed civil rights bill. order to bring it directly to Walter Probert, Dr.D.E.Baughan,
Sen. Richard D. Russell, D-Ga., the Senate floor. The opening Dr. L.A. Hetrick, Miss Cornelia
leader of the bloc, said the South- parliamentary skirmish is expected Edmondson, Col. William N.Boaz,
erners renewed their pledge to next week. Jr. E.H. Lewis and Gerald R
2 for 4.00
the ; 95to
fight measure with "all Richman, a student in the Collegeof
vigor at our command." The bill Russell said his group agreedto Law.
would the aimed at cir- SPORT & DRESSSWEATERS
strengthen federal laws oppose move "In all fairness," says Deanof
against racial discrimination in cumventing the committee, whichis Student Affairs Lester L. Hale,
jobs, voting, schools and accessto headed by an opponent of the "we have a more serious type
public accommodations such as bill, Sen. William O. Eastland, 14.95
student here now than we did .to $500
restaurants and theaters.'Atlas D-Miss. several
years ago. We don't have
the luxury of spaces for students
Of Florida'April who will not give their attentionto
the academic commitments
which brought them here.

TOPCOATS 39995; M890
"We do not have enough room
All Weather Wools Gabs
in the university for students who ,
Approximately 25,000 copies of from state officials," Anderson are not willing observe the rules (Some with Zip-Out Liner)
"The Atlas of Florida" will be said. and regulations of the University.
I released for distribution throughout Completion of the book by the "Students are In good shape if
the United States on April Geography Department was they candistingulshbetweendemo- Allweather Coats $990With
22, University of Florida Press announced in September of 1963. cratlc freedom and individual
officials announced Tuesday.The "The Atlas of Florida" is a license, and exercise restraint and Zip-Out Liner Reg.18.95JACKETS
atlas, a creation of the four-color reproduction and is !52 self-discipline," he said.
UF Department of Geography,will pages in length. In addition to The regulations encompass
be distributed to bookstores, detailed maps of the state,the book those imposed by the laws of the
schools and the general public. includes information on recreational nation and the state, by the cam- 1/2 OFFALL
Additional copies will be printed facilities in the state,county pus and off campus housing
according to the demand for them. statistics, and the romantic history groups, the Women's Student Association -
Press officials said the atlas of Florida. the Honor Court, and
will retail for$7.50 when released. The atlas took nine years to the office of Student Affairs, and ABOVE MERCHANDISE ARE IN ODD LOTS
Anyone who desires a copy may complete. Dr. Erwin Raisz, cartographer the university as a whole. AND BROKEN SIZES. ALL FROM OUR REGULAR
order one before April 22 for and visiting professor Students becoming involved in
only $6.00.Dr. in the Geography Department, matters which are the concern of STOCK
James R. Anderson, head started work on the book in 1955. civil courts are also violating ------------------

of the UF Geography Department, Rain prepared the maps, university regulations and are PLENTY OF FREE PARKING AT REAR OF STORE
said there is a possibility of Including sketches, and graphs in the book. subject to Faculty Discipline Com
the atlas in the state of Most of the text was written by mittee recommendations," Dr.
Florida display at the World's Fair Dr. John R. Dunkle of the Geography Butterworth said."University .
in New York City. The fair will Department. responsibility and
open April 22--date of'the atlas' Anderson said he felt the atlas civil court actions are entirely SAman
release. will appeal to the public, in separate. The university's J
"We hope to Include the atlasin addition to its probable use as punishment may precede or follow
the Florida exhibit although wehaven't a textbook in high schools and the court action, depending on the
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I r News I .

Campus BriefsVisit I More Rescued From Sinking ShipNEW j

to SunlandThis

Further information may be obtained YORK (UPI) Ten men The dramatic rescue was of the Coos Bay reported that two
Sunday the Baptist Stu- in the Anthropology Office were rescued today from the disabled carried out by the Norwegian life rafts containing 24 crewmenof
dent Union (BSU) is planning an In Bldg. OE. British freighter Ambassador freighter Fruen In 35-foot seas the Ambassador had capsized

afternoon visit to Sunland Train- listing at 50 degrees in the and strong winds. Tuesday.
Ing Center. SG Married WivesStudent storm-tossed Atlantic. "About 10 men reboarded the
The BSU is a sponsor of cabin News of the rescue reached Ambassador," Bailey said. t

"Juniper" at the center,and participates government married A rescued crewmember Coast Guard headquarters here "Fourteen men are missing and i 1

in its support both finan- wives short courses will meet at reported that 14 others were mis- from the Coos Bay, which is par- presumed drowned."
cially and socially. This visitis the University Women's Club sing and presumed drowned. Seven ticipating in the operation 600 The Ambassador was wallowingwith

aimed at social participation. (Perry House) 7:30: p.m., Monday. other crewmen remained aboard miles off the Nova Scotia coast. Its engines washed out by
Students wishing to attend shouldbe County home demonstration the Ambassador. Commander Claude W. Bailey flood waters.

prepared to leave the BSU at agents will demonstrate flower

2 p.m. Sunday. arranging. All wives are invitedto Keller
Today is the deadline for regis- attend. Around The World
tration for the BSU state conven-

tion to be held at the Methodist (Con..nued From Page 1))

Youth Camp in Leesburg, Feb. Talent ShowThe Compromise ahead to draft legislationthey
exceeded the authority granted to
28 through March 1. described as designed -
All students interested in attending International Talent Show it by the student body" consittution WASHINGTON (UPI) -- to avert "chaos"in this
should register today at will be presented on Friday at 8 and its own charter. House and Senate negotiayear's elections not only
the Baptist Student Union. The p.m. in the University Auditorium. According to Price, tors agreed yesterday on a in Texas but in other,
total cost is seven dollars per Dress re her sal will be held today committee will, with the approvalof states--possible as many'as
compromise, $11,480,000,
take the
person. Transportation will be at 6:30 p.m. in the audi- the SG 000 cut in federal Income 37--affected by the
provided by the BSU. torium. matter to UF President Wayne
taxes that will mean hlghcourt's ruling Monday.
Reitz for mediation, should the
er paychecks for Ameri-
board still refuse to seat Miss
Lecture SeriesThe Spaghetti DinnerThe Keller. cans by the middle of BoycottMarch.

UF Conservative Club will "We feel that Dr. Reltz would
begin its Conservatism 1964 lec- Catholic Student Center will render a fair and impartial Judge- Final\;, congressional WASHINGTON (UPI) --
of the biggest tax
ture series on Thursday, Febru- hold a spaghetti supper on Sundayat ment on the question," Price said. passage Rep. Paul G. Rogers, D-
cut in the nation's history
ary 27.The. 6 p.m. When contacted,John R. Farrell, Fla., yesterday called for
will come next week, more
Honorable Millard F.Cald- Those Interested may sign up chairman of the Board of Student a boycott by American con
the late
than a after
well, Justice of the Florida Supreme at the Catholic Center. Publications and associate pro- sumers of B r 1 tis h-made
President Kennedy
Court, will speak on fessor of law, said he had received pro- Triumph automobiles, including -
posed it as a means of
"Changing Our Form of Govern- no information on the legislative the fancy sports
spurring the U. S. economy -
ment." The program will beginat Agnew To SpeakThe Council action.He to record heights. cars. He[ made the pro-
8:15 p.m. In the Florida Union said he was very Interestedin posal in a House[ speech.
Auditorium. the matter and "...any further Triumph i automobilesSententenced
College of Medicine will action on the subject would be are manufactured by Stan-
AnthropologyThe present Dr. Leslie R. C. Agnew, considered at the next meeting of dard Triumph, a subsidiary -
Florida Professor of the History of Medi-
Anthropology Club "
the board. of Leyland Motors,
cine at the of Kansas KEY WEST(UPI)-- Four
meeting will be held at 8 p.m. University ,
President Reitz was out of town Cuban fishing boat captains which Rogers said has an
Tuesday, at Dr. Carter's resi- on Friday in the second floor auditorium -
and unavailable for comment. were convicted yesterday $11 million contract to pro
dence, 900 N. Blvd. N. E. of the Medical Science
Student President Ken
Body of violating U. S. waters vide buses to Cuba.
The program will feature a lecture 31dg. at 5 p.m.
Kennedy said, "I am not in favorof and were sentenced to$500
by Dr. Carter on "The Religious Dr. Agnew will speak on"Manuscripts issuing ultlmatiums to the board
fines and six-month Jail
Change Among South and Medicine." U.S.
or anyone at this point of terms. Stupid
American Minority Groups." Everyone is invited to attend.Washington's discussion. I would certainly hope Criminal Court Judge

that further discussion betweenSG Thomas Caro said he would
officials and members of the board suspend the jail terms upon TOKYO (UPI) -- Communist -

will lead to a suitable solution, payment of the fines. C i n a yesterday
but in the event differences are not renewed its pledge to"lib-

resolved, it would appear Dr.Reitz erate" Formosa and
Birthday j'_ is the logical person to make the Sidetrack Try charged that 'the United

final decision." States is just as "stupid"
WASHINGTON (UPI) -- under President Johnson
SALESold CLO ApplicationsThe Tex as House members, as it was under President

Cooperative Living Organization faced with possible stateKennedy..

(CLO), an Independent living wide election campaigns, Red Chi n a'a official
irE organization, Is accepting applications sparked a move Wednesnewspaper, the Peking
coIllTE,1 jTIRI for membership begin- day to sidetrack for two People's Daily, said that
ning in the spring and fall tri- years the Impact of a SuWashington statements issued -

mesters. preme Court ruling that since the assassination -
The CLO was originated in 1940 congressional districts of Kennedy mean "the
for male students>> who are in financial must be as nearly equal U. S. policy of hostilityas

need. possible on a populaagainst China and aggression -
Anyone Interested In learningmore tion basis. against Asia will remain -
about the CLO should con- unchanged while Chi-

tact Steve Cheeseman, at FR The Texans said House na must capitulate to the
2-9C16 or at the Honor Court leaders gave them a goUnited States."
Office on weekday afternoons.

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feed yourself I'll have ton
"If can't ,
.e d i. C] Jlt' JJ.: ED you ram it down your throat !I"

Worn Shoeleather

Get thee to a shoestore.The .
Supreme Court, this week, made a decision that could affect
the voting power of virtually every ballot cast in a congressional
election. The ruling was made on a Georgia case that, in essence,
called for equal voting power for individual' living In different con-
gressibnal districts. The far reaching repercussions of the affirma-
tive ruling are obvious, as very few (if any) states are proportionedin
a way to accurately reflect differences In population. SUPEtA (
The reason, of course, is obvious.
The framers of the constitution, In an effort to localize national Count
government provided a plan where the country could be atomized in
such a way as to allow a direct representation of each locality in
the House of Representatives. Thus most states were subsequently srATEEyi5LM'WQE
divided into the same number of districts as the state was permitted [
representatives; each district was presumed to represent about the Ss
same number of people and each member of a local group would
feel a stronger tie to the national government as he referred to "his

man In Washington." ri is 1s,s 1s1 ss 1i;i s;s,.}EsItiSS"., .sy.it ls sEA
Naturally the great flood of the population to the cities In subsequent
years tended to give the city districts a tremendous gain in populationwith
no gain In the number of representatives;and thus the voting powerof PPoQT,OIJb1 ANT
city dwellers has been diluted, with a concomitant gathering of
strength by his country cousin. During the past decade, the subjectof
redistricting has been In and out of courts all over the country, with
little significant relief to the problem of rural domination. In the few w
cases when states have been forced to reapportion, the results have
been disappointing, with the minimum relief provided being designedto LETTERS:
placate the courts, rather than balance the lopsided pendulum.And .
thus the court has been forced into a decision that, accordingto Student Dislikes UF Infirmary Treatment
observers, stresses the theory of "one person, one vote." The reaction -
I was an Immediate scrambling of each state for its population EDITOR: you"What's wrong with you?" --If doctors do at mid-day. And I was
I statistics and present apportionment plan; with the almost Inevitably I'm sure everyone has his you knew what was wrong with you, told to come back later in the
resulting discovery that the local plan is very vulnerable to the same favorite object of complaint on this you wouldn't be in there! It would afternoon that the doctor would
kind of decision. campus and I'm certainly no excep- seem much more logical for them see me then. What If I truly had
The obvious hope is that the result (rather than the putting! In tion. My personal source of to ask us to describe our been sick? I could have dropped
jeopardy 398 of the 435 seats in the House" that Justice Harlan fears) aggravation comes from the symptoms, and then have THEM then, and there without notice,
will be a plan of automatic redistricting provisions aimed at a dynamic Infirmary. And I'm sure many tell us what's wrong with us. except from fellow students in the
readjustment to shifting population patterns. The fact that Florida others have been justly Irritatedby same situation.A .
has just such a plan on its books, (for statelevel apportionment) this farce of a student medical When I went in there today, allI
but has never been able to Implement it, points up the difficulty.It's have
center. needed was to a prescription -
friend of mine went In therea
somewhat like buying shoes for a growing boy; and when the The first thing that botheredme re-written. I got there at
power Is vested in the state legislatures themselves, it is like givingthe lunch-time coffee break time tea few days ago and they told him
was the nurses --as soon ,
him to his shoes when he he had a virus and to let nature
to the and
boy asking buy own
money whatever it is that those
as you go into the clinic, they ask time, or
needs them. Thus representation on both the state, and national _..- take it's course. He hoarsely
level has suffered because of politicians reluctance to give up the worn croaked this out to me as he went
pair of sneakers in which they have become so comfortably entrenched; Merely Stating Some FactsEDITOR into the Hub for some cough dropsto
for the onerous job of breaking in new boots. ease his agony which had become
This alarming trend of lopsided representation has roused clamoursfor worse since his visit to THAT

every type of remedial action from fluid district lines, to state- : ment in Washington, not from reporter place.
wide election of the whole representative slate. Both proposals are In my letter answering the Pajak In Panama. The Incident that gripes me
unsatisfactory, the first because of its impossibility to Implement, article, I merely stated some factsto 7. Picture of Panamanian stu- beyond mere words was when I
and the second because it takes away the "local" aspect that was the clear the points that they had dents conferring with Canal Zone found out a doctor had shown
original purpose of the whole scheme of things. brought up and which they appar- School official previous to flag Incident another student my supposedly
The most plausable solution would be involuntary reapportionmentevery ently did not know were errone- (students stated that they confidential medical report. Even
twelve years (to put it in step with national elections) with the ous. It is very hard for anyone did go to the Canal Zone officials WE, as we take our folders
from special of cabinet stature consisting of first to back tot h e so-called clinic,
plan coming a group who is or has been a Zonian, or complain about the rais-
members from each branch of the state government; with advisors to a Panamanian, to give a clear ing of one flag and were rejected are safely Inside big manilla
from the census bureau and the federal government available upon unbiased picture of the situationin ). envelopes. So how is it that other
request. The plan would then be subject to review by the state supreme Panama and the Canal Zone, Pointing out weaknesses and Inadequacies students are permitted to see reports
court, and ratification by the general populous.Due for this reason I did not try to in Panamanian social that aren't even theirs? This
to the Increasing complexity of government and the dependance give a personal appraisal or to and political affairs and making isn't right--it's highly unethical.I've .
on Interstate co-operation, it seems that a movement for a universal pass judgement on the situation, unfair comparisons between Pana-
reapportionment plan (with its particulars tailored to meet the needsof and I do not intend to do so now. ma's resources and the United come to the conclusion that
Individual states) could be worked out in a manner similar to the In his offensive and insulting let- States' to detract attention from our glorious Infirmary Is the
formation of the uniform commercial code now being adopted by ter, Mr. Name Withheld, who is a the real and important issues Is "make up" school for those who
many states. Zonian, stated that I have "swal- not the best way to approach or flunk out of J. Hillis Miller..
However, the present amalgamation of power in most state govern- lowed party-line progaganda" andI solve the problem, Mr. Name And if they rack up enough brownie
ments would seem to Indicate that the states are as stuck with the want to point out that I have the Withheld. The fact that there are points, they can be readmitted.The .
"worn sneakers" of unequal apportionment as England Is with the following pictures and newspapers corrupted government officials in only solution I can see to

Beatles. clippings which would back my this country, that there is suchan this is to go home every time
And the courts will have to drag the Individual states into the shoe- statements up and which also show unchristian attitude toward Negroes you're sick and see your own
store with dozens of individual lawsuits being used as the leash. that Mr. Name Withheld and his that there is so much unwanted physician. Then and only then can

n-named, mysterious sources of poverty in the South, that you be sure you are getting care
Information are probably less reliable there are many crooked politicians befitting a human being.
j I than mine, although it is and that even here, there Name Withheld
The Florida AlligatorServed clear that he is not likely to changehis are unsanitary conditions exist-
prejudiced opinions even when ing in many towns, does not make
by United Press International confronted with facts. it morally or legally right for

Editor ..... .. ...... Walker Lundy 1. Photo of American soldieron a foreign power to come and push tTrimonster'Proposed
Managing Editor .. Puller Panamanian territorycarrying around or mistreat U. S. Citizens
Assistant Managing Editor skins arms. and not expe.-t: a reaction from
Editorial Editor Norfleet 2. Photo of American civilian them. The way to correct the
Sports Editor .... ....Glenn Laney with rifle. mistakes done is not by throwing
Wire Editor ... .Bob Thomas 3. Report of autopsies and picture mud at Panama but by facing these

Feature Editor .... ....... Cynthia Tunstall of .38 U. S. police special mistakes and trying to change From the Jan. 8, issue of the
Campus Living Editor .Judy Lynn Prince bullets extracted from Panamanian them and accepting without false
Dally Texan :
Editorial Assistants..John Hancock Ernie lItz, Gall Sobering, students (names and ages given pride that this country's power
Nancy Zlmmet, Betty Wendt, Betsy Garrison, Steve Vaughn, Carl ). does not make it always righteous "An interesting and somewhat
Hayes, and Sue Dobbie.Reporters..Mike 4. Photo of .30 caliber and 7 either, and that the fact that this proposal for calendar
Power, Jim Castello. Phil Hevener, Joel G.LSton. mm bullet holes (more than 300) situation exists in more than! one enticing academic year is
changes of the
Douglas Molitor, Donita Mathison, Sally Stock, Carol Nobis, Ann IN Panamanian Legislative Assembly underdeveloped country brides Dr. Wendell
Carter, Joe Kollin, Pam Pulley, Agnes Fowles, Bob De Loach, building in Panama, fac- Panama shows that there must be Gordon of economics."Dr. .
Fran Snider, Fred Lane, Kathrine Duda, Jean Fagot, Judy Teich, the Hotel Tlvoli, In the Canal something wrong with the U' S. professor that the
Gordon proposes
Evan Engle, George Mims, Phil Geyer, Don Federman, Becky Quinn, Zone. Foreign Policy Christmas-New Year's break be
Larry Zimmerman, Jackie Cornelius, Pat Hogan, Charner Powell, 5. Picture of initial Panamanian By the way, Mr. Name With- the between-semesters break. tie
Patti Pits, Gary Williams Don Davis, Terry Rogers, Sue Haugsted, student protest group of Bal- held, I, by choice, am an American for his sug'
several reasons
Joyce Kilmer, George Elmore, David Sumner, Jay Havlser, Joe boa High School in Panamanian citizen and consider myself gives
Ziegler, and Joy Cherry._ High Schools uniforms and un- more American than anyone who gestion. readers to con
"We invite our
armed. was born one, without choice, and ideas and fore-
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaper of 6. Report by UPI Representative I think this tells all that I have sider Dr. Gordon's alternate
his or
the University of Florida and is published five times weekly except in Panama, Mr. David Con to say for myself regarding my ward comments on Daily Texan.Editor's ."
during the months of May, June, and July, when a weekly issue is pub- stable, to the effect that distor- personal feelings toward this coun- proposals to The
lished. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is entered as second class matterat tions of the facts of the events try and its people. .Gordon.
the United State Post Office at Gainesville, Fla. emanated from Defense Depart- TuUa E. Allen Note:Careful Dr
Please be careful.



I I Suggests Speed ReductionEDITOR l Thursday, Feb.20,1964 The Florida Alligator I Page 7 \0

Campus Pacifists Don't Mind Verbal BlowsEDITOR

: well enforced, school zones pre- of us militarists" by supporting, advantages (whether fulltime or

sent in our county. I fee that : not voluntary, but compulsory Reserve), but that armies, air
After reading the lamentationsof if the speed was reduced to 15 R.O.T.C.o'or., whether or not forces, etc., ARE ACTUALLY
various police officials con- or 20 mph. around the periphery Campus pacifists don't mind the R.O.T.C. be "authentic" military NECESSARY TO SAFEGUARD

cerning the problem of jaywalking of the university during class verbally fighting for their cause. training, the tact Is that NO THE LIFE WORTH LIVING. Per-
I cannot but help to think hours, then both Jaywalking stu- It's mainly physical force that PARTICIPANT IS REQUIRED TO haps, even an avowed anti-mili
that they have overlooked a very dents (and professors) and police gives them more reservations than ENGAGE IN ACTUAL, COMBAT. tarist can change his outlook while
important aspect, which might reduce officials will be able to breathe the rest of us. This Is the most conscientious learning to march, attending a

their anxieties. With justa more easily. Well enough. Since the paci- objectors have been given any- class, and mastering the spit-

very casual observation, most fists are willing to fight (e.g., way--a non-combatant job.) shim.
people would notice the numerous, W. S. Goeller by arguing) for their cause, they By marching around adrlll field,
might be able to harm the cause the avowed anti-militarist can Might not the pacifists be afraid

I Leonard Claims Story Error waste Army or Air Force money.. of this--that more qualified officers -

They All Complain since, surely, liE will never go will be "won over" under
after a commission. If R.O.T.C. compulsory R.O.T.C.than WOULDbe

EDITOR: office-seeker's campaign. The EDITOR: were voluntary, he would not have under voluntary R.O.T.C.? (If
source for that information would this chance to waste defense dol- the pacifists trustthemselves,

A front page article In Mon- probably be either the candidateor In the past everyone has com- lars. So, perhaps pacifist strat- surely they "know" that none of
day's Alligator named me as the his campaign manager. plained bitterly about Food Ser- egy on this campus has been short- the faithful would EVER be con- j
source of information that the Pi sighted.Of verted to "militarism.") As for
and up until today, I myself
Lamda Phi fraternity Invested one Al Leonard thought the food bearable. Witha course, to the rest of us, their rights being violated would
thousand dollars In Fred Lane's b 'avy heart I entered the lunch such a waste of money might seem again point out that n.O.T.C. Involves -

successful campaign for student What Is line wondering what they were offering inexcusable. But not a few young non-combatant service.

body treasurer. This is in error. ?) today,but little did I rea- men who have had fun teasing old Their conscience can be clear. ,
As V.O.T.E. Party treasurer, YOUROPINION
lize what would transpire there. Mickey Mouse have decided not
I know the amount this fraternitypaid After selecting breaded veal only that the military offers career Joe J. Scheb, 4JM
in assessments to the party's ?
cutlet topped with a red sauce, I
, general fund; however, I am not
Quite often, editorial com promptly sat down to eat. I took
an authoritative source for infor-
ments appear in the Alligator the first bite and after the Initial -
mation concerning any Individual which raise the ire of some of shock of having my throat A SPECIAL EVERY DAY

the more serious minded Individuals burnt, I walked with plate In hand

on campus. These over to the cafeteria supervisor.She .

Praise For LibraryEDITOR comments most often take the tasted it and Informed thatit AT TOWNHOUSEEach
form of letters. was ONLY ketchup watered down

: When a controversy Is raised with Worcestershire sauce. She

over an issue where the intellectuals then handed me another portion,
A bouquet for the main library split with the fool- with which I sat down cautiouslyto MealAt
One Different, Each One a Complete
staff: as a relatively new mem- hearty, It Is the latter who eat. This time to my utter
ber of this university, I have been appear to be in the majorityby HORROR, the meat looked a bit Prices That Help Your Appetite

amazed at the courtesy and patience virtue of their more vocal raw. Once again disgustedly, I
these people show studentsand nature. went to show it to the super-

the amount of help and time When you feel the need to visor, who said,"Oh,there's noth-
they devote to a personmakingcertain champion a cause, do it in ing wrong with it, it's just not Townhouse Restaurant
he obtains the informationor such a way as to be effective. cooked."

book he seeks. It isn't always The editorial page of the Alligator After she refunded my money, 2204 S.W. 13th St. 376-9904
like that at other universities.To is the best medium on I decided a diet of salad and jello
complete service
campus for the disseminationof would suffice. carry-out

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racing seat. Twin carbure- built right on ( WANTED Runaway
tors, black and white, tach and condensers, partridge output c). black notebook 8 1/2 x steering. White wall tires,
speedometer. Call 372-9138,John transformers. Every component evidence in area of Main speaker. 12,000 Gainesville
Stiles. (A-99-5t-c). the finest made. Call UniversityExt. TYPING -- term papers, thesis, contact Lesley Lorant Still in warranty. Marine-
__ o. 2832 and ask for Gary Burke. dissertations, manuscripts, 9229. Reward for color. $2899 with 64 tag.
FOR SALE--Gibson Classic gui- (A-98-tf-c). novelsIBM typewriter. Reason- 98-3t-c). down or your own financing.
tar. 5 months old. FR 26996. able rates. 2-0328. 815 S. W. 10th (G99.5tc).
(A-98-3t-c). St. (M-83-tf-c). LOST Organic
ATTENTION ralleyists. 3 Heuer Lost Monday in FORD V-8 standard
Over 1,400 ft. plus carport and stop watches onchromed mounting CHILD CARE $8.00 week ($1.60 10. Please return I am overdrive,radio and
porch. 3 bedrooms and study. plate. Perfect Condition. R. day). Babysitting .40 hour. (any- perate need. Call 6- Very good condition.$350$
1-1/2 bath, attic fanbuilt-in, drawers Cowles 372-7748 nI hts. (A-86- time). Ironing $2.50 basket. Call for Terry. (L-100-lt-c). 6-6576. (G-98-3t-c).
vanity and storage galore! tf-c). 2-7601, 120 N. W. 9th St. (M-
80 x 140. Convenient to Metcalfe, 89-tf-p). Would the person who MERCEDES BENZ. 180
Bishop parochial schools.$80 NEW HOMES IN PINE FOREST.A gold looseleaf with a red 30,000 miles. One owner.
month. V-A 4-3/4%. Call 62775. few ready for Immediate occu- Three vacancies at this time for divers-down flag please condition. Reason for
(A-95-5t-c). pancy. Gainesville's fastest grow- students of horsemanship. Individual Johansen at FR 6-5631. ( European voyage. 376-3261,
ing new home community. VA, instruction only by 2t-c). 2119 or 372-297UG-98-3t-c).
FOR SALE Triumph-Bonneville FHA financing.Hugh Edwards Inc., Colonel T. E. (Terry) Price U. S. ----.---....... -
Motorcycle. 1959 650 cc. Custom N. E. 16th Ave. and 15th St21551. Cavalry, retired at his TEEPEE Brown wallet belonging convertible.Low
with small racing tank. Color (A-70-tf-c). RANCH -- eight miles from the Jackson lost in gym. new top, 2 tone coral
Wine and gold. Call 6-0854 after University on the Williston Road. Box 5326 South Hall. finish. Radio and heater.
five. (A-96-St-c). Small 2 bedroom HOUSE at 1954N. Recent students include undergraduates and ask for Bob. ( cond1t1on.Prlvateowner.
W. 34th Ave. With green alum- graduate studentsand
3764048. 27716 Corry
inum siding. Terms of $120 down wives and faculty. Instruc-
BOLEX 16 mm roll-load turret and $45 per month on total priceof tion now being given in elementary I Wanted I
movie camera. Normal and wide- $4,500. Take a look and If horsemanship, advanced horse- 'WI
angle lenses. $100. Room 11, interested call number written in manship and elementary jumping, FORD, custom 300, 2 door.
Florida Union. (A-lt-tf-c). window after 6:00 p.m. (A-89-tf- elementary training of polo poniesand WANTED-Old or running condition.Good tires.
c). players. "'When you have tried Best prices paid call or best cash offer.Graduating
or Bill at 2-9128. ( -
the rest, try the best." Tele- Gainesville, FR 63486.
20% OFF SALE I All Pianos, organs -
phone 372-5844. M-100-5t-c WANTED 1950-54 ).
guitars, amplifier, banjo,
ukes, and band instruments will

be on sale during Gridley Music I Lost & FoundLOST I Service 4th Street.Station.(C-83-tf-c Located).
Co.'s George Washington Birth- VOLKSWAGON, new brakes,
THRU SAT! day sale, Thursday, Friday and radio and heater. New
EUROPE Looking for .
Saturday. 2/20--2/22/64. Only 6-3825. (G-98-3t-c).
Brown Briar pipe with girl to work and travel
items in stock will be sold at
vented stem. Lost in vicinityof with me this
Europe LINCOLN 2 door original
this discount. down
Easy paymentup
Florida Union or Military Bldg. Please call Judy at FR
$7,000. An extra good buy
to 5 years to pay. Hear and
4 SHOWS see live broadcast featuring some Please return to room 12 Florida (C-99-3t-p). Call FR 2-3251 after
Union. P. S. I love little .
of Gainesville's finest bands and p.m. (G-89-tf-c)
pipe. (L-99-tf-c). Wanted 2 female
musicians over WGGG right from
1:003:306:008:30 1 J share duplex, 4 blocks "BUG" in town..German
Gridley Music Co. in the Gainesville -
LOST Brown University class pus. 913 S. W. 6th Ave.RAIN"r convertible. Only 14,000
Shopping Center. The first
ring-initials J.W.Z.onlnslde. Believed 6-1430. (C-99-3t-c). new engine, 50 miles per
12 purchases over $3.00 Friday
lsrmE I left at Health Center-Re- Perfect for campus and
and Saturday will receive a free
ward. Phone 2-7223. (L-99- Call FR 62691. (G-100-
Cherry Pie. Car
\n *w *+ \rjtCLASSIFIED 5t-c). I I ).
I IT :mr !l1 rrr1W'ilI!!. t !Iii JI LOST black wallet with valuable
ROARING Get your ad in by 3 papers and ,articles. Call 376- ECONO-CAR. Treat I For Rent I

ENTERTAINMENTI"/ / on the day before 11 6576 rites Mon. Thur. Fri. Reward to an Econo-break,
-N'w Y.rl limn (L-96-5t-c).
want your ad toapp the routine household lovely one bedroom furnished
\\c 1T 4K $3.99 plus 9 /mi. for 12 1/2 block from campus.
z escape. FR 63644. ( living-dining area. Central

JonesUITMANCOlOt i'i'i4'iiiii' and heat. Tile bath.
W. University Ave. Round-

l HEELS put on in 5 Ltd. 2-6309. (B-98-4t-c).

SOLES put on in IS
from Univ. Large fur-
M DERN room for 2 menor married
1 REPAIR SHOP Private bath. 105 N. W.

across from 1st Terrace. (B-96-5t-p. ).

Central heat, air con-
ADS FOR THESE: utilities furnished. $35
"The Conjugal Bed" Features: .IN month. Double occupancy.
1:30 HOP*..>*.>.. ..rf.t .1/* Realty Co. 1219 W. Uni-
"The Leopard""Black 4:08 NOWI2 Shock 1 Ave. (B-92-tf-c).
Like Me""Shoot
the Piano Player' 6:46: open 6:30; snow completely furnished,
equipped apartments. One
9:24F See both late
"To Bed or Not to Bed""The as : block from Law School. Ex

Passionate Thief" at 8:45 condition Water furnish-
riciigs 1236 S. W. 1st Ave. Sunnyside
"Three Penny Opera""My .A (B-100-3t-c).

Son, The Hero"

"Black Tights" S WARM, ROOM IN

"The Trial""Yesterday 1-uC CRAWFORD R ;1 HOME.privileges Ideal for Need study.car.

Today & after 4:00 p.m. 372-8944 or
Tomorrow" Shows : : 6-6064. (B-100-5t-c).

"Billy Liar" BRODERICK I Help Wanted

"Ladies Easy Who Life""Halleluiah Do""The I. I

at once--one medical lab-
The Hills" technician for night and

"The Cardinal" work. Must have some

"High and Low""The Starts Friday in all fields of clinical

Fiancees"PLUS Steve procedures. Salary
paid. Apply per-
OTHER TOPS "SOLDIERin Alachua General Hospital

JTOP CINEMA office. (E-100-5t-c).


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Thursday, Feb.20, 1964 The Florida Alligator Page 9

GAO Cites Ai.r Force Waste

I WASHINGTON (UPI) Gov- recovery units" set
hment waste watchers said purpose in 1961. up for this bers and other combat planes with- sidered for reassignment to air- capable of performing the
million Air Force out an adequate place to land for ports that (1) are located in areas mission. .."
sterday a $30 GAO accused the Air
Force of repairs, fuel or service. of high vulnerability to enemy
ogram for servicing combat dragging Its feet about
anes at civilian airports in war- the units not needed disbanding But Comptroller General Joseph attack, have Inadequate facilities, Thus, said Campbell, It appears
or Impro- Campbell, in an unclassi- or otherwise do not meet the needs that because of "ineffective plan-
has turned out to be pretty perly placed
ne and called on the fied letter to congressional leaders ... (2) are unreasonably long dis- ning" more than half the recovery
uch of a bust. secretary of defense
to order this accompanying a detailed secret tances from the home cities of the squadrons are of little value, and
[ it appears now that more than done.
report, said the 200 reserve units units, thus reducing the units, capabilities more than half the funds appro-
the outlay has been wasted, The reserve units
-v.re set up were set up before Air Force needs to react..or (3)) are priated so far "will have been
e General Accounting Office against the
possibility that many were fully determined."As already occupied by military units largely wasted."
AO) told Congress. The agency big bases might be
put out of "
a result, he said, "over
commended an immediate shut-
enemy attack In a 100 of these squadrons either have
wn of many of the 200 "reserve nuclear
war leaving airborne bom-
been assigned or are being con- Charge Justice Dept.

I Ethiopia- Denies Charge-- Influenced Hoffa JuryCHATTANOOGA

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (UPI) man took Somali President Aden reports British troops were

[The Ethiopian government yesterday Abdullah Osman's statement Tues- fighting for the Ethiopians. He Tenn. (UPI) him get Hoff a."
denied Somalia's charge itjad day that certain foreign nations added the defense accord between A defense witness testified today Shobe said Sheridan told him

foreign support in the border were supporting Ethiopia an allusion Ethiopia and Kenya had not been that the U.S. Justice Departmenttried to say this would Include "any
[onfllct between the two countries, to the United States and involved.The Indirectly to influence the means, fair or foul."

put made a similar accusation Israel, and he denied they were spokesman charged non- Jury In the 1962 conspiracy trialof

jainst Somalia.An doing so. African military personnel had Teamster President James R. There was one Negro Juror in

information ministry spokes- The spokesman also denied been seen among Somali troops Hoffa. the earlier trial, Gratin Fields,

fighting on the border.He one of three panelists the govern-
accused Somalia of tryingto Fred Shobe of Detroit testified ment contends was tampered with

FANELLI & EDWARDSLENTEN Introduce the cold war Into the he was employed as a Justice Department by Hoffa and other defendants.The .
horn of Africa.Tanganyikan. Investigator with ordersto

SPECIALS Vice President stir up antl-Hoffa sentiment In Teamster president and five

Rashid Kawawa has arrived In the Negro community In Nashville, codefendants are charged with attempts -
Frozen: Addis Ababa on a special missionfor Tenn., where the earlier trial was to bribe and "corruptly

Tangarylkan President Julius held. Influence" Jurors in the conspiracytrial
8 Breaded Oysters 83$
Nyerere concerning the border which ended in a mistrial.
Golden Net Breaded Shrimp .52$ dispute. Shobe said he worked for Walter

(Round Style) Nyerere appealed Monday to both Sheridan, special consultantto Shobe took the stand following
sides to stop fighting after a Atty Gen. Robert F. Kennedy, cross examination of Thomas
Macaroni & Cheese TV Dinner .41$ cease-fire arranged by the Organization and was sent to Nashville shortly Parks of Nashville, the third code-

Fried Shrimp TV Dinner 65$ for African Unity(OAU) before the start of the conspiracytrial. fendant to testify In the Jury tam-

Haddock Fish Sticks 43$ had not been kept.Actor pering trial. Parks siad Tuesdaythat
Sheridan offered to drop an
Ocean Perch Fillets 55
MarriesGUILDFORD Shobe testified that Sheridan told Income tax Indictment against him

him to ,advise Negroes that In return and provide "protection" If he
Heinz Clam Chowder Soup 21$ for 'Kennedy's strong civil would "cooperate" In the case
England (UPI) -
rights stand, "they should help against Hoffa.
Actor Peter Sellers, 36, and .
Crosse & Blackwell: Swedish starlet Britt Eklund, 21,
were married by candle-light in
Cream of Lobster Soup civil ceremony yesterday exactly a Irradiator Daddy Of

Cream of Shrimp Soup four weeks after they first met.

Cream of Potato Soup

Cream of Mushroom Soup Outside, nearly 200 townspeopleand 500 Oat OffspringBy
a crowd of reporters and
Cream of Onion Soup -
photographers battled with policefor
Black Bean Soup a glimpse of the couple. Small MILLIE GORMAN Purpose of the gene research Is

children in the crowd were endangered to determine what type of muta-
Staff Writer
by the crush and had to tions are produced by gamma rays.If .
Meatless: Spaghetti Sauces, Cheese Pizza, be pulled out by policemen.The The daddy of 500 off-spring? controlled properly, new genetic;

Chinese Foods That's the University Flori- forms could enrich agriculture
da's Cobalt 60 Gamma Irradia- enough to put meat or grain on
FANELLI & EDWARDS 15-mlnute service was attended tor, the atomic outpour of which every table on the globe.
by only 12 friends and relatives has produced 500 mutations from
Seller's Since it has come to the university -
Including mother one oat gene.
and Miss Eklund's parents from The "big daddy" is the largestof the 'Irradiator has been
used 05 scientists from the
Stockholm. Sellers,first marriage its type in the nation. It makes
colleges of education, medicine,
2410 lasted 12 years and ended in its home in a 13-foot deep water
Newberry Road Within Walking Distance divorce last March. He has two tank, where Its radiations are engineering, arts and science and

Across from Beta Woods Of Corry Village children by that marriage. harmless when it's not at work. agriculture. Over 10,000 treat-
ments have been provided in all

areas of science.Experiments .

however, are not
limited to mutations.The .
Irridiator can also be usedto
develop better methods of pre-

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The water tank is located In the
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10 The Florida Alligator Thursday, Feb.20, 1964

UF Engineers Getting Ready for Fair

!i I ; .. ., ;,tk" : ;' h' ,,- Cocks
\ .,,;:'>(J.f; :.... .' J" Eye

k It 3 To The Future

will their governmental institutions supported -
'11."'" "" UF Engineers present
Fair March by taxes.Krausche.
1! ''' 19th annual Engineers'
". 13-15. said last year's fair

,; The theme, with an eye on the was attended by a crowd in excessof
\.j "' future, will place emphasis on 25,000. This year a crowd
new developments In all fields of considerably larger is expected
engineering. Ideas of what the because the fair is scheduled at
-;" various fields of engineering will the same time as a high school
,,H >hi t": contribute to the 1960's will be basketball tournament.
,4 ; ? presented.

Purpose of the fair is. entertain WashingtonWas
and educate the general
public; to focus the attention of EngineerThe
high school students on the opportunities -
of an engineeringcareer week of George Washing-
> r ; and to focus attention of ton's birthday is traditionally cele-
the public on the many advancesin brated across the nation as "En-
yyit.: : ; : : engineering techonology educa-by Industry gineers' Week," February 16-22.
as well as higher

:, : tional facilities. This Is because ourfirstPresident -
: ::: : : : ': : : : >: t "
: aris.wd ..-.J8r' The fair serves to acquaint industries He
was himself an engineer.
GETTING READY FOR ENGINEERING FAIR employing engineering made land surveys and designedand

.are five members of Benton Engineering Society. From left to right are Ronnie students graduates and with training the caliber received of the at built canals, roads, bridgesand

I Meier Dick Jackson, Charles Krausche, and Ron Zimmerman. All are 5EGs. UF, and with the Industrial potential Revolutionary fortifications War.long before the
( Krausche is president of the society. (Photo by Carolyn Johnston) The three-day of the state Engineers'of Florida.Fairis

\ a combination of student- Since Washington's day,engineers -
designed and demonstrated exhi- have played a major role in
New Job Standards Hailed bits, research projects (if not building America. From the earli-
classified) and exhibits of state est chronometers (accurate time-
and national industries.It pieces) in the days of sailing shipsto
is entirely student organizedand the inertical navigation devicesof
As Important Milestone'New managed, and is a non-profit today's globe-circling atomic
: educational activity. The fair is
sponsored by the BentonEngineerIng submarines
federal job standards were Division of the U.S. Civil Service fessional registration not com- student branch of the technological pro-
Society, a has resulted in
hailed as an "important milestonein Commission had done a "fine job mon." But applicants in these Florida Engineering Society. gress expansion
long-range efforts to create a in developing qualification standards fields must meet strengthened experienced Charles Krausche, president of of 01 a n's intellectual horizons.

professional federal engineering which will assure the federal and educational require- the society, said the exhibits are
,service," by Paul H. Robbins, government of having a ments. divided Into two divisions, societyand
director of the National service The School Funds
executive professional engineering equivalency examination Individual, and awards will be
Society of Professional Engineers. capable of the high standards of currently conducted for non- made by division.In .
Speaking for the 60,000 member performance necessary for the degree applicants for federal engineering the society division, the first TALLAHASSEE (UPI) -
national engineering organization, protection of the nation's health, positions will not be con- place award is $30 and the second The Cabinet pledged$662000 ,-
Robbins said that the Standards safety and welfare." ducted after July 1, 1964, at which place award $15. in new public school
The new qualification standards time the new standards will become In the individual division the construction funds yester-
specify that an applicant for a fully effective.The first place award is $25 and the day, okayed purchase of a
Dr. Saville federal engineering position who strengthened stan- second place award $10. $35,000 state park in
does not a degree in dards would affect Wakulla and
possess only new applicants County
Financing of the fair is made
engineering or a closely related for. federal engineering authorized reorganizationof
possible by the $125 fee chargedto
Gets Highest subject must either pass an engineer positions. They should greatly all Industrial exhibitors except the state auditor's office.
in training examination reduce the possibility that an oc-
conducted by a state professional occassional, unqualified applicantmay
engineering registration board, or slip through the screening
Army Award be licensed as a professional en- process because of the present See What's New
gineer.An reliance upon subjective evaluationof ill
exception to the licensing the qualifications on nondegree,
II Dr. Thorndike Saville, interna- requirement was Included for those nonregistered applicants, Robbins p +fr
l tionally known engineer, last night fields of engineering where pro- said. The Browse Shop
received the U.S. Army's highest

service.civilian award for distinguished for sports gracing cars..choose Qualify

Dr. Saville, consultant to UF PaperbacksA
President J. Wayne Reitz,has been
with the university since 1958. IRELLI
t lie was awarded the Decorationfor &

Distinguished Civilian Serviceby now available atTIRE FRIEND IS SOMEONE WHO LIKES YOU
the U.S. Army Corps of En-
t gineers. f .Anglund

The presentation, by Col. II.R. Dunlop CITY LOVE IS A SPECIAL WAY OF FEELING .Anglund
A ..
Parfitt, District Engineer for the
Army Corps of Engineers In Jacksonville -
took place at a gatheringof YOU WITH LOVE .Anglund ;;
the North Central Chapter of i I

the Florida Engineering Societyat FRONT END SERVICE
the Gainesville Golf and Country BRAKE &

Dr. Saville received an engraved SECURITY IS A THUMB &
plaque and lapel pin for "distin- Alignment to Students 6.00 .Schulz
guished service as a member of
Special Prices on Front End Repairs
i the Engineers' Beach Erosion
Board." The engineering educator
i has served the federal board since THE FEMININE MYSTIQUE .Friedman .
t 1930. THE PROPHET ...Gibran

-. "During the tenure," notes the : TIRE CITY, : THE FORERUNNER .Gibran
inscription, "D r. Saville made
substantial contributions to the
solution of more than 150 highly

complex and technically unique 405 N.W. 13th Street Phone 372-5030
engineering problems pertaining to
the Improvement of shore protec- The BROWSE
tion." SHOP

"The services reriered by Dr. Budget Terms Available.
Some are held In the highest
Campus Shop I
esteem by the Department of the fcnltsloraPage


ThursdayFeb.20,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 11 I ;..

Mermen Make .. .,. ,......................-..""." ,.. d -'-, ''
"- .. ..n'" "'-'.-- "" ,."'-

Second Free Meal Awaits


Do With Real Cool PoolThe Lucky Cage Contest Winne

Here Is your second big chance to win a free dinner for two a
[Carmanella's Garden of Eating at 706 W. University Ave.
UF is the only school In "The swimmer would naturally In the past when there has been
I | Use your skill, luck, or local fortune teller to pick the winneof
the Southeastern Conference(SEC) rather swim in an Indoor pool good weather for a meet the stands the ten contests listed below, plus the score of the Florid;
that does not have an indoor pool when the weather is poor" Har have been filled on several oc- [game. The person picking the most winners will win a certlflcatf
which can be used for intercol- Ian said. casions. f entitling him to a free dinner for two.

legiate swimming meets. In case of a tie the winner will be decided by the score which h< :,'
Harlan continued "The worst feature we have is predicted for the Florida game. Deadline for entries is Friday a ':':.

Gator Swimming Coach Dill weather often keeps many that of bad the rain and cold weather together," :16 p.m. in room 15 of the Florida Union. One entry per persot :j

[ Harlan has cited several disad- fans away from the swimming Harlan stated.According |and decision of the judges is final. Once a person has won he is A.:.

vantages that are present due to the meets, and in a close meet a to the U. S. Weather "|no longer eligible for future contests.
I lack of an indoor pool. Harlan favorable crowd cheering for a Bureau the
average temperaturein at Alabama( ,
said there is a recruiting handi- team can be an important factor. Feb. 1963 in Gainesville Tennessee ( )
in that prospective good swimmers Kansas State ( ) at Kansas ( ) a,
cap 50.6
are somewhat hestlant to "Also, after a boy arrives here, degrees. Penn State ( ) at Army ( ) '
it takes him rake ( ) at Cincinnati ( ,.
come to Florida when faced with a while to accustom Swim Meets are not canceled
situation. himself to conditions." eorgia Tech ( ) at Georgia( *
the outdoor Meets ; '''
because of bad weather; so :<<
ale ( at Harvard ( ) .
such as the SEC championship can- :
at Auburn ( )
entucky ( ) ]
not be held here because of the AI
St. Louis ( ) : w at Wichita ( ) '"
: problem. $Wake Forest( ) at South Carolina( )

.,,' Harlan said he knows of no Louisiana State ( ) at Mississippi State ( ) :;

t 6 : positive plans which call for an S
Indoor pool on this campus in the
near future.
PICK THE SCOPE Vanderbilt ( ) at Florida( ) ; .
The presently used outdoor pool
was built in 1930, and its standscan '
", .........Phone, ........
accomodate 2,600 spectators.The : Name................ .
pool is heated, and the ':'k.'lAddress...........................................

:- : temperature of the water is usually ". ,,:{ ,''-''' "': :, ..' '2" ,
between 78 and 85 degrees.

IL LwV k-i _-*

a -- Murals Roll Into Bowling '

11 tW : w P"L ,

aAr Soccer Club Beats FSU 21By

st { s ys ERNIE LITZ Thomas "F" Sledd "H" game a pass from Anwar Almulla to*
Editorial Assistant was a double forfeit and Murphree"C" knot the score at 1-1.
Dorm League bowling continuedto forfeited to Sledd "F," and A 10-minute overtime wa.'
: roll Tuesday afternoon at Palm Murphree "B" forfeited to Frame played and with only two and a
"C." half minutes gone the Gators
Lanes as action continued at a hot
pace. In Hume Area action all games scored as Levia again hit a goal,
In Murphree Area action "M"i were forfeits: Blgham over Gad- this time on a pass by Tom Dokor.to ,

section whizzed past"A" section dum and Tedder over Abbott.In win.
.. The Club will cQmpete Sundayin
r 691-666, as they were spurred on Graham Area Glunt section
by the 149 pin total of Mike 0. forfeited to Bless. Henderson and the St. Petersburg Invitational
Richardson and 146 pins of Dan Hadley suffered a double forfeit Tournament against other top state
Glennon. John Evers led the and Newlns downed Maclachlan teams. "

A's with a pin total of 147. 753-674. Leading the victors was JUDO CLUBThe
Muphree "D" downed Fletcher Ken Waldman with a 156 and George
"0" 805-698 as Phil Mead rolleda Bergert rolled a 149 for the losers.
190 and Joe Melvin led the los- SOCCER CLUBThe U F Judo Club finished fourthin
ers with a 148. overall team standings last
Muphree "G" took Thomas"E" UF Soccer Club downed the weekend at the Southeastern Invitational -
849-747 as Ken Sundberg led the Florida State Seminoles 2-1 in Judo Championships.The .
TO DIVE ON ONE OF winners with a 200 and Roy Faulk- overtime last week for its fifteenth UF's two highest finisherswere
ner led the losers with a 164. straight victory. Klyo Saji, from Tokyo, who
Sledd "B" tripped up Fletcher The contest was scoreless for finished first in the 135lb.
.the nicer days at ,Florida pool. Many times duringthe "S" 764-697 as Roger Accardi the first three quarters. With 22 division, and Charlie Jones, who

cool northern Florida winters conditions at the poolare rolled a high game of 201 and Bruce minutes left the Seminoles scoreda finished second in the 150-lb. di-

Attendance at swim- Caldwell racked up 180 pins for goal to go ahead 10. vision.
less than ideal for practice. the losers. Then with just eight minutes remaining Coach Richard Resinger singledout

ming meets is also cut down by inclement weather. There were 3 forfeits as the, Mario Levla scored on Doug McDilda, of Newberry,
for a good performance in finishing -
just short of the finalists.
ouR HoMt-BAI\ED Next competition for the club
will be March 17, at the UF Judo

Qet YOUR message thRouqn LASAGNATSTIEIIT' Championships.GOLF TITLEThe

i ) I Sigma Alpha Epsilon's took
with aaveRtisinc
alticat n over the Orange League Golf title
Tuesday as they downed the Sir
Monahan shot a 75 and Ron
Defrees and 81 for the winners as
y Y'b they eeked out the win by four
strokes. For the Sig Eps Bruce
"M Flowers shot a 79 and George
Graham shot an 81. .


Blue League sorority bas-
'LY ketball Kappa Alpha Theta beat
Alpha Epsilon Phi 13-6. High
_ scorer for the KAT's was Kath-
eryn Duda with six. Rita Dia-
mond scored four points for the

tamatteila's losers.



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Tomlinson7 5 i'9 Morton 3 1 7

Peek 3 0 6 Tomlinson 2 0 4 Lead Gator

IUghley 2 2 6 Peek 3 0 6

Henderson 11 5 2'7 Daxley 7 1 15

axley 5 0 10 Henderson 3 2 8 Tennis HopesFlorida's

II with Morton 8 5 21 Highley 4 5 13
Poore 1 0 2 Poore 2 2 6 chances for the Southeastern '
GLENN LANEY TOTAL 91 Sommese 1 0 2' Conference (SEC) tennis

Koss. 1 0 __ !: title will be determined by the SEC
) Sports Editor TOTAL 61 tournament in May, according to

A sports writer is taken to task whenever he finds it necessaryto MISS STATE UF Tennis Coach Bill Potter.

write about the home team when they are doing poorly.But OLE MISS Florida was fifth in the confer-
the sad facts are right across from this column. Williams 9 4 22 ence last year and won its last

The Gators can't win on the road, or to be more correct they can, but Bobe 4 0 0 Posey 1 0 2 conference title in 1961.
The seven team positions have
they don't. Steinhart 11 4 26 Brinker 0 2 2
not been completely determinedand
wt? Davidson 6 6 18 Nichols 5 6 16
Potter Indicated more matches
3 0 6 Smith 1 4 6
must be played to determine the
Partridge 1 0 2 Anderson 5 7 17
FLORIDA GYM individual rankings on the team.
Williams 1 1 3 Hutton 1 1 3
Potter seems certain, however,
1 11 12 34 Hemph1l1 0 0 0
that Bill Tym, defending SEC sin-
TOTAL gles champion, will be the numberone
, man on the team.
Jerry Pfeiffer, number two last

L i ,:: U.,. b Golfer Hits Hole-In-1 year, and Dave Bonner, a trans-

'J" OMNI uis1VNEW fer from Colgate who was ineligible
last season, will compete for the
number two and three positions.
Fuller Finds Big StickBig It will be a toss up for the last

four positions. Returnees from
last year's team Don Losman and
... NOW MAYBE WE CAN Laurie Hammer, a 6-5 jun- til Feb. 22, when the Gators tra- Ron Rebhuhn, will fight It out
WIN A FEW. vel to Tallahassee to face Florida -
ior golfer who threatens to become with last season's star freshman

Florida's next major con- State. Florida Is.currently Steve Gardner, and .Vic.Stone, a
After listening to coach Norman Sloan And talking personally to tribution to professional ranks, 2-0 on the season. transfer from St.
his assistant coach Perry Moore I am convinced that neither one of has added a new honor to his Junior College. Petersburg

. them know quite what the problem is. list. With the opening of baseball Florida will play a tough dual
The most Important factor that determines whether or not an athlete
Hammer recently became the season Just over two weeks away, match schedule. To be faced are
' 'I is to his best in contest Is NOT physical but
ready play apy ,
believes he
,<,< first Gator golfer in history to Florida's Dave Fuller FSU, defending SECChampionTulane
psychological.Sloan score a hole-In-one in dual match has found at least one boy who Miami, Georgia Tech,
has said that he and Moore spend more time worrying about
\ competition as he aced the par- can hit for average against SEC Duke, and the Naval Academy.In .
how the set than do about X's and O's
boys are mentally they on a
three No. 6 hole at the Univer- pitching.The order to win a dual matcha
play diagram.Of sity Golf Club In Gainesville. team must win five individual
this idea of the not in the frame of
course players being right
is familiar to Gator
Florida beat Jacksonville Navy, name matches from the six single and
mind Is a fairly abstract idea for what most people consider a sport
fans It's Tom Shannon of Miami.
16-2, In the match and Hammer three doubles matches played.
which deals entirely with tangible things. Youcan't look into a player's
tied team captain Richard Leckeyfor The regular varsity quarterbackon The first varsity match is with
mind and say, "Well your mind is in a pretty good frame tonight sowe'll
1\\ medalist honors with 70. the football team has been excused Rollins at Winter Park Feb. 29.
, go ahead and start you. Florida has already sent Doug from spring practice by head The first freshman opponent is
Let it not go unsaid that there are many things which can upset a Sanders, Dave Ragan, Dan Sikes, coach Ray Graves to play base- St. Petersburg Junior College

o young athlete when he Is away from home. Tommy Aaron and Frank Beard ball and it might prove to be a Saturday at 1:30 p.m.
\1 Paramount on the Gators list is the predominant thought of imminent Into pro golf stardom and Coach major addition for Fuller. All varsity and freshman

,( disaster. Three times this year while away from home Florida's Buster Bishop believes Hammerhas Shannon willplay first base and matches will take place on the

'I basketball team has almost found themselves in that great basketball the potential to become a big Fuller thinks the lefty will be one varsity courts on old Newberry
t court In the sky. It shouldn't be made fun of, but how else can the boys time pro.Bishop's. of the best hitters in the con- Road between the new track and

I approach it without being scared out of their collective wits. team is now idle un- ference. the Country Club.
It wouldn't be quite so bad to lose to teams which are superior to
the UF, or teams which are of the same caliber. But to lose to teams --

like Mississippi State and Mississippi is almost beyond explanation.OK. .

Admittedly, Mississippi had a real hot night from the floor.
'. '
They were nlttlng shots that most other teams wouldn't even take.
But try explaining away the 68-61 loss to State as easily. This team Meet The Gators P ;hr

was 8-14 overall and 2-7 in Southeastern Conference (SEC) play. They .
were not last in the conference only because winless Tulane saved

them from this embarrassment. The "coup de gras" though was the HEAD BASKETBALL COACH i;' ;
fact that State beat Florida without their two top players.For .,

a team which was suppose to be a dark horse in the SEC cage "
scramble the Gators have Indeed been having their troubles. NORMAN SLOAN

If your team has the hustle and desire, but for some reason doesn't
live up to expectation (i.e. losing consistently on the road) then thereis Norman Sloan, the dynamic University : :,
of Florida Head Basket- w
only one feasible explanation left.
They Just may have been over-rated. ball Coach, is quickly establishing I, y" '' u
himself as one of the most respected 'K; r t<

rr 3 c o'BTB'o'a one o-d wrrfflTmnra o a wrm o o o o o owr coaches in the Southeastern ,
Conference.In .
Just two years,Sloan has taken
the Gators from the depths of the t ;; '
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Southeastern Conference and has rjl" ..'
built a program the University of '
Florida can be croud of.

Building winners is a Sloan- ; ; .
trademark. When he came to

Florida after the 1959-1960 sea- R .,,,,,
son, the: Gators had Just completed -
a 6-16 record for a last

I place spot in the SEC. In Just ,

one short season, Sloan gave the
University of Florida a winning
basketball team. His first club

(1960-1961) posted a 13-11 record
and finished fourth in the SEC.



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