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The Florida Alligator




Vol.56, No. 101 University of FloridaGainesville FridayFebruary 21,1964




Holland Says ___IF BHHfeVII HHM nal


He Will SeekReElection


F Week BeginsComedy



folk songs and native dances ushers In the nine-day Inter-

BARTOW, Fla. (UPI) .. U. S. : national Week today at the UF.

Senator Spessard L. Holland, D- Beginning the week will be an International Talen Show at 8 tonight in

Fla., told a crowd of about 2,000In the University Auditorium. It will feature an India Club variety show,

his home town yesterday will a group of Puerto Rican Bolero Singers, a Punjabi dance, and an

seek reelection.The Indian guitarist. The show Includes -

crowd, gathered In an air- 15 acts from around the
plane hanger to celebrate "Spes- world. Troops Head

sard L. Holland Appreciation Sunday will feature a Festivalof

Day," heard the senator say, Nations Supper in the Florida

"It is only natural I return here to Union Social Room at 6 p.m. For CyprusNICOSIA

the old home town to tell the best Tickets for this event are $1.29

kept secret of the year. I shall 1' A for students and $1.55 for facultyand
Ie'r (UPI) -- Britain yesterday -
go to Tallahassee tomorrow after- staff.
Monday and Tuesday will be occupied : began flying in 1,500 fresh
noon and qualify as a candidatefor
with a series of forums and troops to reinforce its 5,000-man
the U. S. Senate."
speakers sponsored by various peace-keeping force on Cyprus.
Also speaking at the meetingwas
A foreign-student clubs. All will Even as the airlift began, new
U. S. Sen. Richard B. Rus-
take place In the Florida Union. shooting was reported in the north-
sell, D-Ga., who arrived late in T The Arab Club will sponsor the west "battle zone" of the Island

the day. : .. .A 1: .1iI1 first speaker, Saml Hadawl, director and British soldiers were fired on
Holland said "I have no politi- of the Arab Information in Nicosia.

cal machine. But I have a lot of IAN AND SYLVIA Center In Dallas, Tex., who will The peace force commander,
friends. I expect to wage a discuss "Crisis of the Jordan"at
Michael
Maj. Gen. Carver, said
vigorous campaign in every partof will appear at Spring Frolics here March 6 along 7:30 p.m. Monday.Dr. he was "very worried" over the

Florida between now and No- Robert W. Bradbury, pro-
with The Journeymen. tense situation and warned that at
vember." fessor of economics at the Uni- least another battalion of troopswas

versity and specialist on Latin needed to out
carry security

Frolics Star "The American Panama economics Crisis", speaks at 0:30 on duties properly.
Spring Britain the
began stepping up removal -
p.m. Monday. His talk will be of dependents of servicemenas

I sponsored by the Latin American part of an "accelerated re-

Club. patriation" airlift. British andU.
The India Club presents forum
Folk Singing Groups at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday night on S. circles expressed fear that

"Western Impact Response and major new violence would break
out If Greek and Turkish
Cypriotsare
Reactions. Panelists will include
not satisfied with the outcomeof
The 1964 Spring Frolics, slated The traditional Frolics are coffee houses, nightclubs, on L.K. Malik, M.N. Wankhade andA.
the current United Nations Security
-
March 6, at 8:30 p.m. will featurea sponsored by Inter Fraternity ABC's Hootenanny and college Deepak, all graduate students
I folk singing: concert starring Ian Council. campuses throughout the nation. from India; and Dr. P. Lauman, Council meeting on Cyprus
crisis.
and Sylvia, and the Journeymen. Both groups have performed ii.I "Folk singers can hardly finda assistant economics professor in
It was feared at least part of
more tasteful model than the the College of Business Administration -
such violence would be directedat
work of Ian and Sylvia," the New .
York Times has said. (See I NT'L Page 2)) American nationals as wellas
HerlongTo SpeakAt at the British forces.
Ian and Sylvia performed in British authorities said Greek

I Canada with success as Individualacts. Board RefusesTo Cypriot Irregulars fired on aBrl-

They met in 1959, tried tish patrol early yesterday in this

DedicationU.S. singing together and have worked.as Seat KellerBarbara capital's Greek Cypriot quarter.

a duo since 1960. No casualties were reported.It .
Their repertoire of English and Keller did not attend was believe to be the first

American classic ballads, moun- the Board of Student Publications time Cypriots had tired openlyon
Congressman A.S. (Syd) James Y. Wilson, president of tain music, Negro blues, cowboy meeting yesterday, in spite of the British peace-keeping troops

Herlong will speak at dedication the University of Florida Alumni ballads and French Canadian fact that the Legislative Council since Christmas time when a large

ceremonies of the new Pi Kappa Association will introduce Con- material has been called voted to seat hr on the board force was sent in to halt an out-

Phi fraternity house Sunday at gressman Herlong. "faultless." Tuesday.In burst of violence in which at least

2 p.m. at 11 Fraternity Row. her place, Ken Kennedy, new-
Ian Tyson, past rodeo rider In 200 Greek and Turkish Cypriotswere
The dedication, which coincides Also present for the ceremonies:, Canadian cowboy country, plays ly-elected student president body, killed

with the 40th anniversary of the will be University President J. the guitar and "embodies that appeared.The One British soldier was woundedin

local Alpha Epsilon chapter of Pi Wayne Reitz and Dean of the tension between freedom and nos- board declined to recon- a shotgun blast Tuesday and an

Kappa Phi, will bring together a College of Law Frank E. Maloneywho talgia in his music," according to sider Miss Keller's case, and army driver was reported to have

host of state dignitaries. will introduce honored guests.Dr. IFC release. Kennedy later said the board mightbe come under fire from unidentified
Participating in the ceremonies Delton Scudder of the Uni- "
Silvia Fricker plays the auto- "completely right. quarters near LImassol last week.
will be Superintendent of Public versity's Department of Religion Miss Keller 2UC electedby
harp and "must be named one of was The Greek Cypriots officially denied
Instruction Thomas E.Bailey;Tom will deliver the invocation.A the 10 best dressed women in the student body to the board any of their Irregulars were*
Henderson, assistant attorney but the board decided she
cafe society," said Washington post, responsible for Thursday's
general of the State and chancellorof reception will follow the ceremonies Daily News. was unqualified under requirements Nicosia shooting. Two Irregulars
the national Fraternity; and Dr. it had determined the
and interested persons are seized in a search of a nearby
E. Martine Pearce of the Depart- invited to tour the new house at "Ian and Sylvia are young,young day before qualifying day. building were released later by
ment of Chemistry, charter enough to find a direct rapport
this time. (See KELLER, Page 10)) authorities.Integration .
and with their college followers,"
member of the fraternity age .
president of the sixth district. said IFC Release. .Jtir///f.tWiiffllibi.( llimF '\ 'Tfr41bl//'fifff'f.f.[ ( < The ultra-modern facility was
The Journeymen, a trio com-
designed! by architect Paul
posed of a tenor and two bari- PlannedFor
Rudolph, dean of the School of
PicketingGoes tones, has been heralded by music
Architecture at Yale University.
critics as possessing vocal blend

On which Is magnificant. P. K. Yonge I

The trio consists of Scott Mc-
Laid Off'PITTSBURGH .
Kenzie John and Dick ;
Picketing continued at the flori- Phillips, I By TINA BLEDSOE \

da Theatre last night without In- Weissman. They sing, write, and Staff Writer :;.

cident.A (UPI) -- play folk songs ranging from P.K. Yonge UF laboratory schocl, Is paving the way toward 11
ballads to
English swinging spirituals -
group of five or six pickets peaceful integration next fall.
John Wright, 42, appeared
bites and modern ;
from the UF's Student Group for yesterday before Magistrate jazz. .:% An estimated 10 -12 Negroes will be enrolled in grades 'itI
All three artistsin
Equal Rights marched for two John J. Fiorucci and are recognized kindergarten through twelfth according to Director J.B.Hodges. y;:
th "
hours in front of the theater. They was aked his occupation."I'm r own right. I P.K. is the first school in Alachua County and the surrounding }:.

began their demonstration there a salesman," he Some of their outstanding tunes area to announce a decision to integrate. It '.
Wednesday night protest alleged said. are "Hushabye" and "Dark as a At a meeting of the P.T.A. this week Hodges explained to :

segregation.Rick "What do you sell," he Cungeon." about 100 Interested parents that P.K.i is integrating because as s
Rivenbark, president of the was asked. "Due to campus interest In folk part of the Cf it must follow UP and Board of Control policies.

SGER, said that the organizationwill "Until yesterday I was singing, this promises to be one Integration was one of five discussion groups on the P.T.A.

go to Jacksonville tomorrowto selling numbers." of the best Spring Frolics we program :;yr

picket in front of the district Fiorucci ordered Wright have had in past years." said Ste- "The purpose of this group is not to discuss the pros and tY;

office of the Florida Theater chain. held for court on a lot- wart Logan, public c relations

William Duggan, manager of the tery charge. chairman for InterFraternityCouncil. (See YONGE, Page 2)f.) .,

local theater, would :answer only, .

"No comment," to questions put Tickets will be $2.50 per coupleand "" '"
: ; c:: "i
/ ,
to him by the Alligator. $1.25 single M :;



2 The Florida Alligator FridayFeb.21,1964


House ApprovesDefense r


-T I'

Budget -J '
J. d'Nr
,
_____ 'm
WASHINGTON (UPI) -- The 35,212 new missiles and 2,700 _
House passed a record $16.9 billion aircraft for the armed forces and
defense authorization Thurs- 53 new warships for the Navy. It _
day and gave overwhelming sup- also would authorize vast new research J / ;

port to Gen. Curtis E. LeMay's and development efforts, ,

plea for a new bomber to replacethis including $92 million for work on :
country's aging B52s and the design of a new bomber and
B58s. manned Interceptor for the Air

_ The measure would authorizeYonge Force. The roll-call vote on final -
passage was 336 to 0 with Rep.
Robert F. Ellsworth, R-Kan.,vot- P :

ing present. The bill now goes
to the Senate.
(continued from page I) The lawmakers beat down an effort -

cons of Integration' Hodges said. to chop the bomber and inter- t _
"No student can be barred from ceptor money out of the bill. The JIL"oi I< 1 \V -- ..
vote on this was 121-29. The
the University on the basis of race
LOOKING OVER PROJECT
administration did not request It
or creed. As part of the univer-
sity we must follow the same and may not even use the authority. for the Engineering Fair are Donald Rowley left, past president of the Student

policies." Chapter, American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE); Professor William A. Grantham
"Negro students won't be
centrated In any one particular con- Police president of the local chapter of ASCE David Hourdouin president of the student

grade area," school psychologist chapter; and John Dewinkler, secretary.
Donald Hartsough said. +rJuror -
Since P.K. Is a laboratory school Count LootCHICAGO I In Ruby TrialFirsf -

with a limited enrollment (960),
a waiting list Is used as a pre-
(UPI) Crew after
requisite for enrollment. New crew of finger-numbed policemen PickedDALLAS
students are admitted from the counted the cash hoard anickel-

waiting list as spaces are avail- and-dlme "policy wheel"operator (UPi) -- After 23 fail- rid of one of them without ex- cribed himself as a "military
able in the school and authorities
'yesterday and the dead gambler's ures, the defense and prosecu- planation. Belli got Into a shout- electronics man" at the semisecret -
do not know In advance the extentof
known booty mounted above the tion finally picked a brainy elec- Ine match with another. Ling-Temco-Vought Aero-
turnover the school will have
$750,000 mark.Policemen tronics worker Thursday as the The 14th venireman of the day, space Company, was accepted by
from year to year. armed with shot- first juror in the Jack Ruby mur- steel salesman Jack Bohannon, Dist. Atty. Henry M. Wade.
Presently about 20 Negro appli-
guns stood guard outside a roomat der trial. was the last called before the judge When Capt. Henry Blount of the
cations have been filed but a lower
Kensington Police Station as Selction of Max E. Causey, 35, called a halt for the night. Bo- state highway patrol came to the
number Is anticipated to enroll
the counters emptied pillowcaseafter who has a master's degree Inedu- hannon was told to return Friday stand, Belli started sharp ques-
because of limitations.An .
space pillowcase of bills, methodi- catlon and Is a former Air Force and he will be first on the standIn tioning over why a state employe
unidentified parent asked if
cally counted them and then turned after chief defense the morning.
pilot, came should be empaneled as a venire-
Is 'being used to move
pressure attention to bags of silver. attorney Melvin Belli repeatedlyhad Belli led Causey through more man. Blount said he could be a
the Negro applicants' names to The cash was found cached In demanded transfer of the trial than two hours of Intricate ques- fair Juror. Belli asked If he want-
.
top priority positions."No Is the fortress like home of out of''the dark ages" and Into tioning about psychiatry, since he ed "to get in a shouting match."
pressure" being broughtto Lawrence Wakefield, 68-year-old another Texas city. will,seek to prove that the slayerof Their voices rose.

bear, Hartsough assured policy wheel operator, a few hours Each time, Judge Joe B. Brown accused presidential assassin "I'm a pretty good shouter,Mr.
parents. He also said that no
before he died of an apparent
turned him down. of Lee Harvey Oswald was insaneat "
Causey dismissed
exceptions or priority would be Belli, Blount said. He was -
heart attack.
students."If suburban Garland, Tex., was the the time of the shooting. for cause, and he and Belli
granted any shift of counters
One
was replaced -
24th venireman. Twelve others Causey a father of two wno des shook hands.
we once violate this waitinglist by a second, and the secondby called Thursday were dismissed.The .
for anyone we could have a third, as the green bills defense used the fifth of its
trouble. It would be chaos If were unbundled, toted up, then 15 peremptory challenges to get
we made exceptions here and stacked neatly In sacks. Now Available at Rutherford's

there.Doth" Hodges and Hartsough Interncontinued *ationalthe

open stressed communication the need for between free and ( from page I) University of Florida

parents and teachers for a happy The German Club will sponsor University Soccer Club and a
talks on "Berlin and German Re- team from Maxwell Air Force

solution.Hartsough said some problems Unification at 9:30 p.m. Speakers Base of Montgomery, Ala. at 10 CLASS RINGS
will probably arise in the future will be Peter Mlxdorff and Ralph a.m. on Fleming Field; a Board of

and that they will have to be Horath, both graduate students International Activities Banquet at
from Germany. 6:30 p.m. and an InternationalBall
decided Jointly by parents and
teachers. Wednesday and Thursday nights from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. Ticketsfor i

"We recognize there are tre- will be occupied by informal discussion the banquet are $2 per person
mendous differences of feelings groups at the International and for the Ball, $3 per couple.
The week will end with a reception -
among parents but we want to be Center beginning at 7:30 p.m.each
Sunday, March 1, honoringall
able to sit down and talk about it night.A
Hartsoughsaid. choral group from Miami, the foreign students at the home of
(problems) openly,
President and Mrs. J.
"Chorale Cubana, will occupy University
the Friday spot as they sing Cuban Wayne Reitz. The reception is
"11 at sense strong
anytime
you folk songs at 8 p.m. at the Uni- set for 4 and 6 p.m.A .
feelings "or problems brewing let versity Lutheran Church. total of 675 foreign students

us know. Saturday's activities include an representing 73 foreign countriesare I
"We're going to be expeciallyon
International Soccer Game between enrolled at the University.
our toes..and we'll do any-
thing we can to help." 1

"We're not worried about difficulties -

arising i ," Hodges said. otU ir
"Dut if we do have difficulties, A

the we'll cause.research" them and find out fipJJf ,


"It's our professional obligationto N .',
make sure that education goes

on the 'same as usual. We will .' '\" "
"
not tolerate a student hurting 1J
another in any way."
Hodges said that next year will ( .r )

be a period of social change and : HtJd. fV'd to t 210 Brinell! tempered rating.

adjustment for parents and children We Cash Checks :. your jeweler why this is important.
He pointed out that P.K. 2nd Cup of Coffee or lea FREE
presently has several foreign stu- r

dents and that the students respect just half a block from
those who are different from them- J

selves. campus on University Ave. I II GAINESVILLE' S QUALITY JEWELERS .
One parent, Rev. Thaxton I .
Springfield of the UniversityMethodist
Church, commented on OPEN 24 HOURS i

the good approach the faculty is I MEMBER AMERICAN

rising. Quick Sertice Good Food Pleasant Atmosphere 1 103 W. If Univ. Ave.rtcsryed GEM SOCIETYPage
"I would like to complimentthe
faculty on the mature way the
A..ae4 ..._
1
staff has handled this problem LARRY'S RESTAURANT "

which could be much more. diffi- .
cult than It appears to be." r



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FridoyFeb.21,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3




cultyaroupDealsWith UF OffendersBy



In direct proportion to the to another university. It also
GEORGE ELMORE bond is put up by his parents, habilitation, before making a final is
degree of seriousness attached to could delay professional licensing
recommendation to the presidenton
Staff Writer friends, or a lawyer.
the misconduct as charged by the examinations once he has receivedhis
The authorities with the case.Accept.
city proceed
(EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the university. A student on proba- college degree.
their own actions. Meanwhile, on
last in a series of two articleson tion cannot represent the
articles the campus, the dean of men inter- JudgementIn
discipline at UF. The university in Intercollegiate athle-
views the student and reviews evidence -
Halt AdmissionIf
were prepared with the coopera- hold job,
supporting the .'arge. The short, the committee is tics, cannot a campus
tion of Information Services.) lie will be
student body office.
of the or
evaluation
nature of the offense demands subjective in its
consideration by the Faculty Dis- case. If the student waives his subject to suspension on recom- he is a law student, it can

A community of 15,000 personsis cipline Committee, so the dean right to appear before the com- mendation by the Faculty delay and possibly preclude admission -
bound to have Its share of Discipline Committee if he violates to the bar.
refers the student to the mittee, he must accept the Jud-
"public offenders." subsequent mis- not be able to get security -
He
probation by may
committee. (If it Is a coed, whe gement of the dean of men, which,
At UP students who fall shortof conduct. clearance for federal or
be referred to the committeeby before final approval by the president -
would
respecting the law of the nation military assignments if his recordIs
of
is reviewed by the dean
the dean of women). ,
and the state and regulations of student affairs and the chairman of not clear of behavioral infrac

the university may find themselves the Facul.y Discipline Committee.The SuspensionSuspension. tions.

before a constitutional body knownas May Waive RightsThe committee functions as a He could be denied a teaching

the Faculty Discipline Com- fact-finding body and not as legal -- Formal recogni- career In the public schools, if

mittee. waive his court. It may recommend to the tion of conduct incompatible tem- that is his goal, because any reflection -
student them
Here Is a possible course of may university president impositionof porarily with the best interestsof of character Is a vital
to befc.'rehe com-
rights appear
events: one or more of the following the University and its student element In employment evaluationin
before it in .
A student commits an act of mittee, or come person.If penalises: When given presidential body. The duration of suspensionis the school systems.

gross misconduct. He is arrested.The he chooses to appear, the com- approval, they become part of the in direct proportion to the ""de Said Dean Adams: "The whole
hears
the dean of men, mittee confers with him, of misconduct
city notifies student's transcript record. gree of seriousness attached to point Is that records
all interested
who then goes down to city Jail testimony from --Reprimand, which is a formal the misconduct." during the college years raise

to see the student. (If the offenderis parties either by deposition or of Formal recognition questions about a person's futureat
rebuke and official recognition --Expulsion
student
a coed, the task falls to the personal interview. The misconduct as charged by the uni- of conduct "completely incompatible a time when his goal is very
with misconduct is privi-
dean of women.) charged with the best Interestsof Important to him. Chances are

If it is legally permissible, the leged to question all witnessesor versity. future the university." that if the student had thought twice
student's
--Probation. A
Dean may sign a recognizancebond to have character witnesses is in All told, the decision can bea about the consequences of his act,
advisable. If status with the university
which, in effect, guaranteesthe when It is deemed costly one for the erring student. he might have averted it, and the
is
but trial
members determinethat question a period per-
committee
student's whereabouts, so he the instance a notation of such negative notation would never have
"evaluate his ability to For ,
mitted to
student must be punished,
can be released from custody.If the decisions on his transcript most had to be placed on his recordin
record his maintain a high standard of deport-
his ,
consider past
they "
misconduct is a felony,
the likely will affect his admission the first place.
duration of probation
until attitude, and possibilities for re- ment. The
the student remains in jail ...




I School UF May With Be Only Progs' BETWEEN Disarmament U.S. AND RUSSIA Talks Stall maCktGENEVA I




(UPI) The disarmament freeze odelivery n the productlonofnuciear agenda in a sertesofprlvate m"e-
vehicles "is too compli- Ings In their capacities as con-
student's final grade was based on conference reached a stale
Is
The University of Florida cated and would take years and ference cochairmen."We .
probably the only school in the only a six-hour final examination.A mate yesterday, with the Unite to discuss." are not opposed to the dis-

United States that has progress few other schools (Universityof States and the Soviet Union dead years-Chief UJ5 negotiator William cussion of budget reductions" the
the issue of an agenda; .
tests, said John V. McQuitty unit Southern Florida and Michigan locked over insisted that the C. Foster told the plenary session spokesman said, "but we want

examiner of the board of exami- State University) also have cen- The Kremlin world-wld Washington appreciates voluntary other subjects to be discussed as
conference negotiate a
ners. tralized final exams. budget cuts but believes the best well."
budgets by
The progress test, which was The reason that progress tests reduction of military to reduce military spendingis The American spokesman said
cent before discussing way
when University considered as a factor in 10 to 15 per would
1935
originated in were the cut off production of certain budget reductions per se
College was started,was based after final grades is that the centralized anything else. armaments. not reduce tensions and that there

the University of Chicago's six-hour final exam didn't rewardthe The United States called and for Must Fix Agenda would be no guarantee that Moscow
Uni- student for the work he had negotiation of other questions
The if
method of examinations. -American spokesman, in a would accept verification
versity of Chicago based their final done all semester. Also up to said President Johnson's progran, briefing, said Tsarapkin and the United States agreed to the

centralized final exam. 1945 your entire final gra'e depended including a freeze on the produc press in principle.
grades on a missile, Foster have been unable to fix an.err Soviet proposal
nuclear-armed
The first 10 years at the UF on only your final jxam. tion of I

(1935-1945) that the progress tests Advantages of the progr :ss and bombers, would be "far more

were used, it served only as an test are: it's impersonal, reli- significant" than military budget UNION SIDEFestival

indicator to the student of the able, and objective; everyone has slashing.The :

progress he was making in a the same chance to make a good 17-natlon conference was Of Nations

course. During these first 10 grade because everyone gets the resumed here Jan. 21 afterfourmonth a

years, the grades from progress same examination at the same recess. Set Sunday
Phases
tests were not counted at all. The time Four Supper
nm_ Thursday's American Soviet ,
deadlock and the resulting conference -
Marlon Brando,
Zapata" starring
stalemate emerged infou I By NANCY WEINBERG
and Anthony Quinn
and RILL GOODWINAn Jean Peters,
phases: will be shown this Friday and Sat-

\ & TNiNK -Chief Soviet negotiator Semyc enticing menu of dishes from urday night. Shows start at 7 and

K. Tsarapkin demanded negotiation various countries highlights the Auditorium.The .
in the F. U.
C 9 p.m.
\ \ SPRN of the budget reduction pro- Festival of Nations Supper this Special Projects Committeewill

posal.In. Sunday at 6 p.m. In the Florida hold a Leadership Training

i remarks to newsmen, Union Social Room. Sandra Corn- Conference this Saturday from 10 .

Tsarapkln said Johnson's propose ins and Jane Kimbrell of the International a.m. until 3:30: p.m. in the FU

r..aa....e raawsws" committee have plan- Auditorium. The President and

ned a bill of fare consisting of two other members of each organization -
Roast Turkey with
Scandinavian especially
on campus,
apples and prunes, Steamed Rice, fraternities, sororities and clubs
of
dish
p. Italian Salad, a Hawaiian are Invited to attend. Lunch will
.i ft Peas with water chestnuts -
Chinese for Individual attending.
be $1.50
e French Bread, Iced tea and Friday night Tommy Kennlngton

good ole American I Strawberry will emcee at "Club Rendezvous

., Parfait Visits France" In the basementof
Dr. George K. Davis, UF pro- the FU from 8 until 12 p.m.

j fessor will speak on the Nuclear Hitchcock's productionof
Alfred
CARS IN EUROPEAT Needs of Nations." Susie Pablen Daphne du Maurier's novel" He-

And who could think spring without thinking THE OFFICIALMANUFACTURER'S has planned various other land .entertainmentfrom Tickets,S1.23 becca" will be presented This on Aca-Sun-
and Monday nights.
Donigan's? PRICES for students and Sl.OO for others, day demy Award Winning film stars

At Donigan's spring is more than a color, a may he purchased: In Room 315 Lawrence Olivier and Joan Fon-

of fresh ideas Arranging the purchase' iniunnct. document : of the H' until 2 p.m. on Friday. taine. Show time is 7 p.m.
label or a style. It's the spirit tnt homt-ihipment ol' 1 it' lot, Everyone is Invited tonight at
delivery In furopt I I. one of fit ipeclil- of the Fine Arts Com-
from the world of fashion that so many have tilt of your ASIA trivel, aient. H*Dandle 8 p.m. In the Florida tnlon'sJohnson A repeat "
ALL makes and arranct* the trantKtlont for InternationalFolk mittee lecture, "Opera Ballet,
come to expect from Donigan's. the lowest tht delivery tn fret with pncti your other Nt travelplan coordinates Dancing Lounge by Dr. Didier Graeffe will\ be heldin

I Table cloth check and denim strips are new tfliclently.. Ht Handle and IIltl a'l:/,.tnt detail quickly Mr. Ira Alton Have begins instruction Johnson Lounge of the F. U.

There's broadcloth by Com in or phone for 4,'.'". in "Painting for Fun" at 3:30 Sunday afternoon.
with Holbrook shirts. .114 1", ",,,.,..... basic work with oils A $25 deposit must be made by

Gant in a myriad of colors oxford blue, maize featuring starting tonight in the Oak Roomof Monday for all those wishing to

chalk and lots more. .: ': at 7:30 p.m. go on the Nassau Trip. This
1 claret and linen, stripes, :# the Florida Union :
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dacron & cotton. This is the place to get 'em. The movie rendition of John three snack-times daily, fine food

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Phone FR 6-4641' of the heroic Mexican
DONIGAN'S 6-2338 who helped overthrow the tyrannical planned "fun"programsCaptaln'*
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2 Boast '3 Little Vs'Santa


and the stork teamed up thirteen months ago and brought
triple trouble to Frank and Denisha Pridgen. Daddy Pridgen was
working towards a degree in psychology at the University when Valerie,

Vanessa and Vivienne were born.
They had wanted three children. Then, on that fateful day just a

year ago, they got their third--45: minutes after they got their first.
1 I Tests at Alachua Gtneralliospital, where the girls were born, have

not yet proven conclusively If the triplets are identical. However,
Mrs. Pridgen has difficulty telling the girls apart. To their parents,

Valerie, Vanessa and Vivienne look exactly alike.

The Pridgen triplets are dressed alike, have three cribs, have
three highchairs, are bathed together in the tub, and share the same
toys. The girls have been using an average of two and three dozen

j diapers a day.
: "They have a fit when they're separatedsaid their mother. "Evenif
( they're Just in different rooms they are unhappy."

x I Twenty-three year old Mrs. Pridgen said the babies do everything
M In threes. They play "Follow the Leader" and mimic one another's

noises and motions.
Denisha cares for the three little "Vs," does all her own house-
work and works nights at the J. Hillis Miller Health Center. Frank

Is now working for the Farm Bureau, but is taking a six hour corre-
spondance course and hopes to return to law school some day.

Valerie, Vanessa, and Vivienne are at the stage now where they can

.,.. .....I eat everythlng--even hot dogs. Their parents have to feed them as-
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TRIPPLE TROUBLE AT THE TABLE
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as one-year-old triplets, children of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pridgen, learn to eat. daughters.



Gator Seeks Beauty Brains Fraternally Speaking I

I DeltaChi's Plan Ball I

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National Queen ContestA It's that time of year again when Two weeks ago construction of
the fraternity weekends begin to outside house decorations began
roll around. for the annual Phi Gamma Delta

search is on for "the nation's most outstanding Florida Union to find a representative from theUF to This weekend Delta Chi will Weekend tonight and tomorrow
college girl. sponsor in the National College Queen Contest held In hold its annual White CarnationBall. night. To highlight the weekend,

She could be a Florida coed. New York this June. The events begin tonight will be the Black Diamond Dall
The Alligator is holding a contest March 5 in the "We're looking for someone with personality and with a banquet and dance at Uni- at the Brahma restaurant InOcala,
intelligence, as well as attractiveness versity Inn. Dean Lester Hale which will set the scene for the
OFFICIAL APPLICATION BLANK ," said Alligator contest will be the guest speaker for the announcement of their sweetheart.This .
chairman Judy Lynn Prince. banquet. The.evening will be climaxed afternoon all the Fiji pledges
UF National College Queen Contest To qualify for the paper's con- by the announcement of will dress as authenic South Pacific -
test one must be a single woman Delta Chi Sweetheart. Saturdaythe natives to deliver the Invi-
NAME undergraduate with at least a 2.0 Delta Chi's and dates will tation to each girl.

overall average, one or more extracurricular journey south for a day full of
ADDRESS PHONE activities (not including revelry at Lake Kerr. The week- In an altruistic vain, the Phi
sorority membership) and end will be topped off with a cos- Kappa Tau's and their "Little

YEAR MAJOR AVERAGE_ must be sponsored by a UF or- tume party with music by the Sisters of the Laurel" visited
ganization.More Playboys. Sunland Training Center Sunday.

than $5,000 in prizes will ,..... ..._."'__.... ."." 'III* _. -
ACTIVITIES r.wNf WFmfl %WWJ.-w: :': l':1tt.: :: ; ; :<,;:> .:<; : ; ;:% ;: <:.:<:t0.;' ;:; /
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be showered on one of the 50 can- l ;
didates from universities throughout -

the United States.A Parties Set
( Round Of '
HOBBIES European vacation, a 1 1By
"Caravelle" sport convertible by .
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Renault, and$500 worth of fashionsby 0 JUDY LYNN PRINCE

Gator Gras Seeks internationally famous designer dl;1 Campus Living Editor :"
Oleg Cassinl are included in the

list of gifts for the 1964 winner. Flappers and surprises are chosen SAE Little Sisters of J1i

UF Student TalentHiding Fraternities, sororities and I. in store for sororities as they Minerva. The KD's gave a
other groups are invited by the fijj celebrated their annual Week- Valentine's Party for the child-

your light under bushel? March 14, the carnival, the queen Alligator to choose contestants.The y.;m ends. ren in the pediatric ward at '!
A large majority of the studentson contest, and the talent show. Last application form on this page Ii The Trl-Delts and their dates the med center last Friday.
this campus have a talent that year's Gator Gras was a great and a photograph of the contestant ? will be all decked out in RoarIng Delta Gamma will entertain
must be submitted to Room 50 children from the St. Aug-
they consistently hide under a success and, by the look of the 20's costumes Saturday
bushel. Within the next few weeks plans thus far, this year's events 8, Alligator office, of the Florida night. A banquet will begin ustine School for the Blind at r'
all of these undiscovered potential should even be better. So grab Union no later than 5 p.m. March I the evening with the men coming their house Saturday. Recently o
showmen will have an opportunityto your carnival hats and head 'to 3. No entry fee is required. in raccoon coats and Al Ca- elected as ATO Little Sisters .".'::;
exhibit their abilities. the University Auditorium, Satur- State winners will be flown to pone outfits while the girls are Jeanie Coll, Christy :

Folk singing, dancing, pantomimes day night, March 14, for all the New York, all expenses paid, for parade around in gay sequin King, and Paula Hicks. Jeanie {
interpretations, excitement and fun of another 10 days in Manhattan.In I and fringe shifts. Chosen as Coll was also chosen for '.
expressive New York they will "dinein Blue from the Angel Flight. Scholasticly 1
humorous monologues...anything annual Gator Gras. ; Key speaxers ,
Saturday March 14, at the the finest restaurants,go'back- I; DDD House are Mary Ellen speaking, Candy Hampton was ,
goes Some stage' to meet the stars of Broad- Thebaut, Marie Barber, and JoAnn tapped for Alpha Lambda Del-
Gator lucky University Gras Talent of Show.Florida stu- ZPH InitiatesZeta way shows, and will spend several l i Notaris. ta. On Valentine's Day, the
with fifty day's' at the New York World's rtJ: AE Phi start their annual DG house mother, Mrs. Ann
dents will walk away a
Fair." .: Green and White Weekend off Allison, was honored by a sur- .'
dollar first prize and a twenty- '.'
five dollar second prize. All Phi Eta, professional i tonight with a banquet at the prise party.
interested students should contact speech honorary for women, initiated Stuffed Thomas Hotel. Tomorrow nighta Making happiness for others,
16 new members Sunday a casual surprise theme party the Alpha Chi pledges gave a .
Tom Still at FR 2-9363, or pick
315 morning. will be held at the House. The Valentine Party for the pediatrics -
applications in room EnvelopesFor
up your Girls tapped for ZPhlH have Weekend is in honor of their ward at the Med Center.
of the Florida Union. All appli- .
done outstanding work in the field z new initiates. Initiation was With the popularity of fraternity
March 2.
cations must be in by fun and for servicethe ;
announced of speech arts or speech sciences. held last Sunday night. weekends, Maryanne Griffith
will be ,
The winners Chi's and theTriDelt's .
Not only scholastic achievementis Sigma Brains and beauty mix for the was chosen for DTDSweetheart
the contest.
night after
Saturday and worked together be ranked Court and Linda Cox for the
won't be necessary, but activities Kappa Delta's to i.
wait for results
The
dull though for while the judgesare professional promise are Impor- Saturday for the Easter first scholasticly and capturetwo ATO Sweetheart Court. A news/;t
tant requirements.The Seals Project. fraternity sweetheart addition to the SXO House is <;:
tallying votes for the winnerof The DDD's and the SX's
following girls were instated crowns. SusanSaundersisATOSweetheart pledge Cindy Grisham. Jean r;
the talent contest, we will hear
stuffed 15,000 envelopes to selected for the ?:
: Marsha Brown, Barbara and Janice Coley Applegate was
the final decisions on the Gator the Easter Seal cam-
The lovely Conrad, John Davis, Rita Doherty, help is DTD Sweetheart. The newIlY SAE's Little Sisters of Minerva. -
Gras Queen contest. the SX's volunteered
and Anne Duckworth, ColleenGibhons, paign. chosen member of Phi Tau'slittle Tonight the Alpha Chi'swill
new queen will be introduced Dina Landis, Lindy Layton, Judy and brought the i Sister of the' Laurel is socialize with the PIKA's. *

crowned.The schedule for the big Gator Lynn Prince, Sondra Ross, Marie Tri-Delt's In on the pro- i Jackie Maynard, while Ginger Each will present a humorous t{
member from
Gras weekend will be as follows: Stanganello, Jill Tibbels, Karen each ject. house Every participated. I Johnston and Carol Carey were skit.FridayFeb.21,1964 if@ ;

Friday, March 13, the student Tllghman, Clara Mae Vonn, San- lIillillJOijjJj ';Wjl ri[ r Wjy. "' "
Wilson.
dra Warren, and Diane
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Rumbling OmnibusThe :.

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omnibus bureaucracy of the House and Senate have struggledand .
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strained for months to incorporate the fruits of their respective
versions of the tax cut legislation into the paychecks of millions of 44r4
American workers. Along the rocky path to th ir creations, minor
phrases and proposals have provenfruitful'sources' for political manipu- + r ;f r:}
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lation and eloquence. Dozens of anmiendments have been proposed,
some without a wisp of hope for adoption, were offered to facilitate
the sowing of a rich field of political hay, to be reaped in the fall p4" q 5' S/ .:.

elections. Others, such as the Ribbicoff amendment (providing tax ,.......'.. .,... ffi
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relief for parents of University students) were carefully prepared <
0.
proposals aimed at the public welfare; and tasted defeat only after a WE RESERVE I
spirited fight on the floor.
Naturally the two houses came up with differing versions of the l THE RIGHT TO 4'H
plan. But once away from the political arena it took a group of :
conferees only three days to iron out the differences and offer a com- REFUSE SERViCe
_
promise version for the final vote. .. .:-
This three days of voting ironed out the several major differences 10 A YoNEKhrushchev
and a couple of hundred minor technicalities that separated the two

bills, and within two weeks the President's signature should providethe '"
final stamp of approval.And .
thus the long protracted fight Is closed with a swift blur of action. '
This slow arduous process of creating legislation has brought the df:11
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American Legislative system under fire for "inefficiency," In the _
last few years; and to the taxpayer, the whole system of infighting, -- 01JW.-
I bill shuffling and political maneuvering must seem unnecessarily slow
I and expensive. The usual answer lies in the fact that the process gives *r isn't built for "
"Of this model speed. .
course
I each major bill sufficient time to weather an exposure of public opinionand ,
legislative thought: ; and thus provides an aura of weatherbeaten ..r-
durability to any bill lucky enough to fight its way through the necessary

L; committees and proposals. DeBy nies Anti-Semitism In Russiastory
The fact, however is little consolation to the proponents of legislation -
I that has floundered towards the finish line for the full legislative -
season, only to fall a gasping victim of carefully calculated delays PHIL NEWSOMUPI in what Is now the Soviet 1953, just before Stalin's death
that push Its earliest possible voting date just past the close of the Foreign News AnalystNo Union, dating back to the Ghettosof with the arrest of six Jewish and
session. The civil rights legislation, for which John F. Kennedy stroveso the Middle Ages and reachingits three other Kremlin doctors on
mightily, Is the target for just such a maneuver by its opponents, less a personage than Pre- peak under the czars with a charges of plotting to murder
! who have vowed (if necessary) to talk twenty-four hours a day to Insure mier Nikita Khrushchev has seen slaughter which began on Eastereve Soviet leaders. After Stalin's
I its defeat.So fit to deny that there is such a 1881, and eventually spreadto death they were released and the
the average American may wander into a restaurant to spend a thing as anti-Semitism in the Soviet more than 160 towns and charges exposed as a fabrication.Two .
few of his -extra dollars unmindful that Congress, which struggledso Union. villages. theories have been advancedfor
long for their procurement, is rumbling into a new field--prompted And that, no doubt, will be his Under the Communists, anti- the reasons behind the current
by the sign on the wall which reads, 'We reserve the right....". reply this time to the appeal for Semitism ostensibly disappearedand drive.
better treatment of Jews in the some Jews even were One Is that it is a deliberate
ROTC Labeled 'A Blieht'EDITOR Soviet Union forwarded to him permitted to attain high places in attempt to isolate and terrorizethe
C7 by Bertrand Russell -year-old the Soviet government. three million Jews still living
: leadership? No. By outstandinghand British philosopher, and cosignedby Counting the current drive as within the Soviet Union because
t raising! In my flight last four other Nobel Prize winners one, there have been four serious of their ties to Israel and to the
ROTC at the University of Florida trimester, rank was given to those and such world figures as Dr. Albert anti-Semitic drives in the Soviet West.
: is a farce. It Is divided Into who raised their hands. The officer Schweitzer and Dowager Union, each of them instigated by Another is that it is a propa-
t two parts -- the classroom and of our flight asked who wantedto Queen Elizabeth of Belgium. the government.After ganda device to halt a practice
', drill. In the classroom students be assistant squad leaders-- Their letter found "gravely dis- the start of World War II, widespread among the Soviet
fail to worn and this is under- those who raised their hands received turbing" the fact that 60 per cent there were governmentinspiredrumors masses currency speculation
standable. The class Is an Insult rank and merits for their of those executed for economic that "the Jews are desert black marketing, selling on a pri-
of any UF student's intelli- outstanding show of leadership. crimes since the beginning of the ing Moscow." vate basis and trading in gold
gence. A typical class day con- There are these who favor voluntary beginning of the current drive In In 1948-49, came the drive and jewelry.In .
sists of a movie, the passing out instead of compulsoryROTC. 1961 have been Jews. against "cosmopolitanism" in this, the government tries to
of a mimeographed sheet, and I favor complete abolish- "We are troubled," the letter which Jews were not mentionedbut exploit underlying antiSemitismas
then the instructor tells us whatis ment of the silly course. It is said, "by the prison sentences imposed were the principal targets a weapon against a practice
on the sheet he has just passedout. beyond a doubt blight on an otherwise for the preparation of unleavened among those under suspicion common throughout the Soviet
The rest of the class Is fone curriculum of courses at bread." because of foreign contacts. Union, with the Jews bearing the
spent on the instructor patting the the University of Florida. If a AN OLD STORY PEAK IN 1933 brunt of the attack for dramatic
students on their heads for "ans- military science course is created Persecution of Jews is an old The third reached a peak in effect.
ii wering" his questions (both the that is directed at a normal col-
questions and answers are foundon lege student level instead of the I I
the mlmeo sheet). present imbecile--level course of LETTER
f On the drill field, there exists, ROTC, the University should haveit
Indeed, a unique system for award- -- on a voluntary basis.
{ ing achievement. I should note P.S. Please withhold my nameas
)I here that it seems that attaining I have to raise my hand on the Goldwater One Of Most Mis-Quoted FiguresEDITOR
rank is what one should strive for drill field and if my Commanderknew
on the drill field. How, might one I wrote this, he might not
ask, do you attain rank? By out- call on me for my promotion and
handing marching? By outstanding merits. Name Withheld : with him as witness the passageof nations that are willing to join
the tax cut bill which loweredthe with us in the struggle for free-
Stephen Rozman in a Feb. 18 disparity of rates.) He is dom. Moreover, our aid should
The Florida AlligatorServed letter to the editor criticizes Gold- opposed to the principle of com- take the form of loans or tech-
water's foreign policy by explaining pulsory social security and policy- nical assistance not gifts. And
by united Press International its fallacies to the reader. wise opposes the expansion of we should insist that such nations
Editor .. ... .... .... ... ... .... ... .. ... .. . WalkerI.undy Goldwater's major problem Is that social security into new areas. contribute their fair share to the
Managing Editor ......... .. .. .oo..oo. . .. .. ..Bill Fuller his words and policies have been Mr. Rozman state 'inhisletter- common cause." (Incidentally,
Assistant Managing Editor .. .. ... .... ... ... ..John Atkins distorted by people such as Mr. "The Goldwater belief that an economic Goldwater is a big backer of the
Editorial Editor ....... .. .. .oo.. ... .. .. .. Wayne Norfleot Rozman so that they NOW makeno squeeze would cause the peace corps.) "Our present policy
Sports Editor .. .... ... .. .. .. .... . .. Glenn Lanev sense. Communist system to weaken is of government-to-government aid
Wire Editor .. .. ....... ....... .. .. . .. ... Bob Thomas also difficult to support." He strengthens socialism in those
Feature Editor ............ ... .. .oo.. .. .. .Cynthia Tunstall My motivating force in writing goes on to say that"Anotherbasicerror countries. We are not only per-
Campus Living Editor .oo..oo... .. .. .. . .. .Jud>' Lynn Prince this letter is my belief in the importance in the Goldwater positionis petuating the inefficiency and
Editorial Assistants..John Hancock, Ernie Lltz, Gail Sobering, of honest and accurate the belief that Communism can waste that always attend govern-
Nancy Zimmet, Betty Wendt, Betsy Garrison, Steve Vaughn, C.11'\ debate in preserving our free so- be conquered by force alon.;." Nowif ment-c 0 n t roll e d economies;by
Hayes, and Sue Dobhie.Reporters..Mike ciety. Goldwater has been one of
as Mr. Rozman says,Goldwater strengthening the hand of those
Power Jim Castello. Phil the most articulate national figuresin
Hevener, Joel Gaston believes economic I pressures governments we are making it
Douglas Molitor, Donlta Mathison, Sally Stock, Carol Nobis, Ann the past ten years. He has would cause the Communist sys- more difficult for free enterprize
f Carter, Joe Kollin, Pam Pulley, Agnes Fowles, Bob De Loath, written two books, given around tem to weaken how can Rozmannext to take hold. For this reason
Fran Snider, Fred Lane, Kathrine Duda, Jean Fagot, Judy Teich, 400 speeches a year, and writesa proceed to say that Goldwater alone, we should eliminate all
f Evan Engle, George Mims, Phil Geyer, Don Federman, Becky Quinn, thrice-weekly newspaper article believes in FORCE ALONE to con- government-to-government capi-
Larry Zimmerman, Jackie Cornelius, Pat Hogan, Clurner" Powell, appearing in 200 papers across quer communism? Rozman then tal assistance and encourage sub-
C Patti Pitz, Gary Williams Don Davis, Terry Rogers, Sue Haugsted, the country.! He has also been goes on to intimate that Gold- stitution of American private In-
of the
one most
Joyce Kilmer, George Elmore, David Sumner, Jay Hiviser, Joe mis-quoted national water (he uses the term "right- vestment."
Ziegler and Joy Cherry. figures in the past t ten years. A wingers") has -
no interest in Do meet responsibilities
you your
common belief that he is opposedto
social-economic conditions of or do you
undeveloped in our free society
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaper of the federal Income tax and social countries solelyon
or foreign aid. base political opinions
the University of Florida and is published five times, weekly exceptduring security. The truth is that GOLDWATER SAYS "We should other your people's abstractions of
the months of May, June, and July, when a weekly Issue Is pub- he is opposed to the highly gradu- adopt a discriminating foreign aid elses of view?
someone point
lished. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is entered as second class matterat ated degree of the federal incometax. policy. Aid should be furnished

the United State Post Office at Gainesville, Fla. (By the way, congress agrees only to a friendly, anti-communist Joe R. Wolfe, 3LW







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{ Student Defends I UF Students Don't Really Know Their Profs I


With LetterEditor's I
University
EDITOR: graphical sketches on the back- Important of all, it might replace
ground and accomplishments of some of the general apathy on this
It has occured to me that the our teachers. Besides giving the campus with pride in the fact that
( note -- the followingis something that would be of Interestto students of this campus do not students a little specific know- we too have nationally recognized
an answer to a letter which him. really know their professors. ledge about these men and women authorities In their fields imparting -
was printed recently In the Tampa As far as the condition of class- Many of these men and women I think it would give a degree their knowledge to us here at
Tribune and reprinted In the Al rooms is concerned, I find my- do and have done extremely interesting of dignity and respect due the University of Florida.
ligator earlier this week. The self somewhat disagreeing with and important work in to pioneers and researchers. Most Russell E. Richardson
writer of the following letter is aUF Mr. Capitano again. I am only a their particular fields of endeavor, -..:.
student defending charges sophomore at the university, but and, I imagine, they have made
made against the university in the already I have had classes in approximately some highly substantial discoveries Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
previous letter.GAINESVILLE. 20 different buildings. in the social and scientific
Granted that most of the class- areas. Too often' a student will 1204 NW 10th Ave.
-- The letter is rooms are crowded, but, in none pass through a course without the
made In reply to Mr. Anthony of them have I found one extremeor slightest idea of the merit of the 11 to 12 Sunday Services 11 to 12 Sunday School

Charles Capitano's article "MachineLike the other, hot or cold. (May- person passing out knowledge at
Universities" which be I haven't been around long the blackboard.My Speaker: Talbot Pearson
appeared in the Tampa Tribune enough.) suggestion, therefore, is to
The Heroism of
have you, as the campus news- Topic: Heresy
Jan. 31, 1964.
But I was most shocked by Mr. paper, run a series of small bio-
First, let me say that this let-
..
Capitano's view on the quality of ,. -
ter is not a slash at the Uni-
the University of Floi'Ida's fac-
versity of South Florida,but mere-
ly a defense of the UNIVERSITYOF ulty. : \: ::;
I feel that the university has
,: .
FLORIDA. .
":
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one of the finest faculties in the '
I found myself in complete dis-
South or nation. (I am Including .'.
agreement with Mr.Capitano's relationship "
graduate students who are In ,. '.).p
between the size of a .' ,
teaching positions.) "I I
university and its quality.Mr. ,
Capitano, in my estimation, In my two years here, I have 1: ,,", "',\, .
must have entered the Universityof only had two instructors who were ',' '
Florida with his eyes and ears graduate students, but why cut the J4 '," '.

closed for the university is like grad students? Many of them are .... ,.'.. ."
a "Horn of Plenty" as far as better than full-time profs because .,
its cultural and social climate is they are in closer contact with ij
climate their own formal educations.Mr. .
concerned. I contribute this -

almost entirely to the size of Capitano, how could you AiLrL ,
the university. have gotten the impression that
Cultural performers or exhibi- the profs were not very interested -
tors prefer a large university sim- in the subject matter they
ply because they are more likelyto taught? This is an entirely wrong r t
have a large response. For view that you have. s 6 Y
example, every Tuesday night in For example, in the Humanities, ) s
the University Auditorium there students are required to read sev-
are performances by musicians of eral writings by Plato. One of
the highest quality. Most of these these Is "The Apology." So, one ,
are world famous but there are of the department's profs wrote a
also many fine performers by the play dealing with "The Apology"with
university's own fine departmentof a cast of Humanities instruc- <
music. In the Florida Union, tors. These men did not receive kail
art collectors exhibit their col- pay for this play which was per- Y
lections for the University of formed at night. Doesn't this show :
Florida's staff and students. interest in the student and the sub-
These paintings are usually ori- ject matter?
ginals by such greats as Picasso, What I have been trying to point
Van Gogh, Monet, etc. out is that almost anything the stu-
The Social Life of the universityis dent wishes is his for the asking
on much the same high level. if he will only trouble himself P 0
With 26 fraternities and 13 soror- enough to look for it.
ities and many dorms, the stu- The basic idea is that the Uni-
dents finds himself trying to decide versity of Florida is a wonderful
how he will spend his week- experience because it forces the
end. student to make many of his own
Among the frat parties, dorm decisions.
socials, football, basketball, or What more is growing up than
baseball games, tennis matches, making one's own decisions and
swim or track meets,gymnastics, being responsible for them?
chess games, etc., even the most
discriminating student should find Larry E. Bryan < ', :" '

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I 1 1I BEAUTY and the BEARD :
1I I have reading the articles in Obviously, student government
I the Alligator the past few days doesn't realize what a tight bud- (YOU'LL LOVE THE BLENDING) E(11JUJ.( .

concerning the Legislative Coun- get we married students live on
cil's appropriation of $100 to the regardless of how often they talk When an irresistible force like Ann-Margret
Orchesis modern dance club. Asa about our importance to the stu- meets in immovable object like Al Hirt... -
student wife I can't help but dent community, etc. POWI, Yoa know she can sing bat wait 'til you '
feel that this action concerns me hear himl I And with Al on his horn for extra
and is completely unnecessary. With the campus pay scale as low good measure, "Beauty" and "The Beard"

as it is, and living expenses as high make a most happy "Bill Bailey' ;
True, $100 of the student body's money doesn't go far today. I
ud
activity fee representsa suggest that if the legislative coun- "Just Because"Personality" many
small portion out of our pock- cil has no better use for our acti- more. Get this joyous album
ets, but that small portion would vity fees than paying for a club- today. You'll lore iL It's the blend.

,buy one-half jar of baby food or member to take dancing lessons, RCA VICTOR AMTh ,

one newspaper. or traveling expenses for adebate .mOlt li' *d".....'i<'oun4 .,*
team that we won't hear becausewe I- -r-.- F
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are working, then let's havea -
cut in the student activity fees.


My parents paid for my danc-
ing lessons and now we are tryingto

Please sign all pay for my husband's education.
True, I only speak for myselfbut
I offers. Names I would rather buy a jar of '

will be withheld baby food than someone else's 0CO 44

request. dancing lessons. f
Which is more important,dance
lessons or education?
923 W. University AvenueJF

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20% OFF SALE! All Pianos, organs ATTRACTIVE, WARM, ROOM IN
I For Sale 1 guitars, amplifiers, banjo, I r For Rent J NEW HOME. Ideal for study. I L ServicesNESTOR'S I
ukes, and band instruments will Kitchen privileges. Need car.
L1 be on sale during Gridley Music Call 372-8944 or FR 6-6064. (B-
YAMAHA YDS 2 racing motor- Co's George Washington Birth- ATTRACTIVE, NEW furnishedapt. 100-5 t-c). -- TV, RADIO, RIFT
cycle 1964 250 cc. 5 speed, cus- day sale, Thursday, Friday and Water furnished. Fewblocksfrom SERVICE. Tubes checked free.
tom racing seat. Twin carbure- Saturday. 2/20--2/22/64. Only center of campus. Also I Car Rental I Free Estimates. Next to Florida
tors, black and white, tach and Items in stock will be sold at nearly furnished comfortableroom Bookstore parking lot. 1627 N.W.
1st Ave. Phone FR 2-7326. (M-
speedometer. Call 372-9138John this discount. Easy downpaymentup at rate you can afford.
Stiles. (A-99-5t-c). to 5 years to pay. Hear and 6-0410. (B-101-2t-c). ECONO-CAR Treat your wife to 67-MWF-c).
see live broadcast featuring some an Econo-break, away from the
BOLEX 16 mm roll-load turret of Gainesville's finest bands and NEW lovely one bedroom furnished routine household drudgery. $3.99 TYPING Theses, Term papers and
movie camera. Normal and wide- musicians over WGGG right from APT. 1/2 block from campus. plus 9 angle lenses. $100. Room 11, Gridley Music Co. in the Gainesville Large living-dining area. Central cape. FR 6-3644. (N-94-It-c). sonable. Typed on electric type-
Florida Union. (A-lt-tf-c). Shopping Center. The first air-condition and heat. Tile bath. writer with elite type. Mrs.Betty
12 Fridayand Ogletree, 4105 N. W. 13th Place.
purchases over $3.00 1227 W University Ave. Round-
STEREO POWER Amplifier with J Phone 6-0995. (M-77-MTth-c).
WantedNeeded
Saturday will receive a free l Help
tree Ltd. 2-6309. (B-98-4t-c). ___ __
separate regulated power supply. Cherry Pie. (A-100-2t-c). 4
This amplifier is custom built and I do all kinds of sewing, dressmaking -
5 blocks from Univ. Large fur-
Is the finest of its kind. Williamson ATTENTION ralleylsts. 3 Heuer at once--one medical lab- Mrs. Asbell 372-0655.
nished room for 2 men or married
circuit, 20 watts each channel stop watches chromed mounting oratory technician for night and 3436 N. W. 17th Ter. (M-99-
couple. Private bath. 105 N. W.
output. Meters and service jacks plate. Perfect Condition. R. weekend work. Must have some 3t-c).
7th Terrace. (B-96-5t-p).
built right on chassis, oil filled Cowles 372-7748 nights. (A-86- training in all fields of clinical

condensers, partridge output tf-c). ROOMS FOR MEN -- One blockto laboratory procedures. Salary TYPING -- term papers, thesis,
transformers. Every componentthe NEW HOMES IN PINE FOREST. campus. Central heat, air con- good--overtime p.ald. Apply per- dissertations, manuscripts,
finest made. Call UniversityExt. A few ready for Immediate occu- ditioning, utilities furnished. $35 sonnel Alachua General Hospital novels, IBM typewriter. Reason-
2832 and ask for Gary Burke. pancy. Gainesville's fastest grow- month. Double occupancy. office. (E-100-5t-c). able rates. 2-0328. 815 S. W.
(A-98-tf-c). ing new home community. VA, per Arnold Realty Co. 1219 W. Uni- 10th St. (M-83-tf-c).
FHA financing.Hugh Edwards Inc., versity Ave. (B-92-tf-c). HEELS put on in 5 minutes
Small 2 bedroom HOUSE at 1954N. N. E. 16th Ave. and 15th ST.2-1551. SOLES put on in 15 minutes CHILD CARE $8.00 week ($1.60

W. 34th Ave. With green alum (A-70-tf-c). 2 bedroom, completely furnished, MODERN day). Babysitting .40 hour. (any-
inum siding. Terms of $120 down CLASSIFIED DEADLINE kitchen equipped apartments. One SHOE time). Ironing $2.50 basket. Call
and $45 per month on total priceof REPAIR SHOP 2-7601, 120 N. W. 9th St. (M-
half block from Law School. Excellent -
$4,500. Take a look and if Get your ad in by 3 pm condition. Water furnished. (across from 1st notional bonk 89-tf-p).

Interested call number written In on the day before you 1236 S. W. 1st Ave. Sunnyside
window after 6:00 p.m. (A-89- Three vacancies at this time for
if\- -,.. want your. ad to appear.. apartmenst. (B-100-3t-c) students of horsemanship. Individual -

HELD OVER instruction only by
EXCLUSIVE Colonel T. E. (Terry) Price, U.s.
FIRSTF. I Cavalry, retired at his TEEPEE
RANCH -- eight miles from the
DRIVE-IN THEATRE AREA SHOWING THRU SAT! University on the Williston Road.
Recent students include under-
.2_ Now1EGra. RH.. ZO e1fto.. 1R 6M1 Doors graduates, graduate students and

STARTS LAFF Open at wives and faculty. Instruction now

k ,'1 TONITE HITS 6:00 4 SHOWS being manship given, advanced in elementary horsemanshipand horse-

In her book there was elementary Jumping, elemen-
I II tary training of polo ponies and
I No Time for Sergeants :, 1 1:003:306:008:30IsicV players. "When you have tried

but in their book the rest, try the best." Tele-
See 2 phone 372-5844. (M-100-5t-c).
there was endless I
time for Hits asp
girls
Late as REGULAR PRICES I Lost & Found I

., 8:50
Ii i.!! #!I .W : : .
A HILARIOUS ESCAPADE "A ROARINGENTERTAINMENTI" LOST Brown Briar pipe with
OF TWO VERY IRREGULAR G.1.'sIN vented stem. Lost in vicinity of
A VERY REGULAR ARMY -Nvw York r,niJones Florida Union or Military Bldg.
and --- Please return to room 12 Florida
THEIR PRIVATE WAR "Soldier Union. p. s. I love my little
WITH REGULATIONS pipe. (L-99-tf-c).
in the Rain"at

), 7:00 & Would the person who found my
gold looseleaf with a red and white
10:20 ,
.r divers-down Hag please call S.
'' ,' EASiAIAI/COIOA Johansen at FR 6-5631. (L-100-
tF' 444
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("'v 4 Best In First-Run :
Hits "The Conjugal Bed" ri DYNAMITE!

; "The Leopard" I
"Black Like Me" From the man who fired

TONY BILL I "Shoot the Piano Player' "The Guns of Navarone"
; SINATRAS BROTHER
ta"COM now Touk HOIK* "To Bed or Not to Bed"
,1 o7.JLb: I' 0I.
"CLEOPATRA"4k
C THE BARRACKS I "The Passionate Thief""Three

PINUP Penny Opera"

"My Son, The Hero"

L4NTUESDAY t I "Black Tights"

I I "The Trial""Yesterday

I Today & .
WELD Tomorrow"

::1 "Billy Liar" q c r ri

I ''Ik' "Ladies Who Do"
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"The Easy Life""Hallelujah

!I The Hills" i
)\ fol\\// Jerry & Dean "The Cardinal""High

,. MUSIC- r ." O'oo' 8:5o lewis Martin''I and Low" .. .............. .
N trtT "The Fiancees"PLUS :
Nutialf \ S features: 1 1:30

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FridayFeb.21,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 9

CLASSIFIED .., .,"W." ''' ..
M,i""W"':.'<' ::; ''8iu":' ,,,:::: ,', 'CINEMA I ..A'=''''' 'M "", ,",'" .



Autoskswagon II I [I WantedWanted I I Movies Will Not Die



[ 1961 High milage- With Their CensorsBy
cost..Call 376-0891. (G-97- clubs. Left to buy--used set of golf I
or right handed. Call _..
p). FR 2-1069 or 200 D, Flavet III.

3 cHEVROLET IMPALA sportan. Ron Lewis. (C-101-lt-c). DON FEDERMAN contribute to his paper, as if right, then I say in behalf of Mr.
Air-conditioned, electric T there were a large number of you Lundy that such students can "go

ndows and seat, power brakes WANTED Old or valuable coins- Today's column was to containthe readers who would judge a paper to hell" for forcing an editorto
steering. White wall tires, Best prices paid call Don Furdor second and better part of my by just one of its columns. exercise censorship on his

ir speaker. 12,000 Gainesvilleles. Bill at 2-9128. v.r-99-2t-p). movie. However, my editor, Mr. If such people do not exist, thenI columnists.The .
Still In warranty. Marines Lundy, deemed my subject in poor believe Mr. Lundy owes you ideas suggested In my review -
color. $2899 with 64 tag. taste with nothing worthwhile to students an apology. If he is of my movie are not new.

o down or your own financing. WANTED 1950-54 FORDS and .' .' ,' Anyway, getting back to the original -
"
2-3357.. G-99-5t-c). CHEVROLETS. Herndon's ."...'__.'''....."..._,m.-....'."....... '." ,".SIPHMUPICampus subject, the fact is that I
Service Station. Located 916 S.E. cannot publish my ideas. In fact,
7 VOLKSWAGON, new brakes, 4th Street. (C-83-tf-c). I can't tell you what they are. It
roof, radio and heater. New News Briefs is not even important that some
ine. 6-3825. (G-98-3t-c). of you readers might have agreed
EUROPE Looking for another
with Mr. Lundy, In that my ideas
9 LINCOLN 2 door originalt
girl to work and travel through
which will feature are in poor taste. The important
$7,000. An extra good buy Europe with me this summer. ReevaluationVisiting display,
$1,200. Call FR 2-3251 after00p.m. Please call at FR water colors, oils, art thing is that there were enoughof
Judy 2-5982.
(G-89-tf-c)._ (C-99-3t-p). members from photography, sketches, and you readers to make Mr.Lundy
think that column would dis-
the sculpture work, is open to my
Committeeof
Accrediting
test "BUG" in town..German grace his paper.
betta" convertible. Only 14,000 the American Councilon all.All art work for the showIs Let me say this. Lundy and I
les, new engine, 50 miles per Wanted 2 female roommates to Education for Journal- being done by Jennings are as different in our opinionsas
share duplex, 4 blocks from cam- Ism (ACEJ) are coming to
Ion. Perfect for campus andn. girls. Anyone from Jen- night is from day. My views
Call FR 6-2691. (G-100- pus. 913 S. W. 6th Ave. Call FR the UF in March. Interested in submit- are not his. Would any of you
6-1430. (C-99-3t-c). Rae Weimer,Directorof nings Sentinel
c). the School of Journalismand ting their work may contact readers call the Orlando
1 Communications said Art Show Chairman Millie liberal if it published Drew Pear-
2440. son? Naturally not--it remains
the committee members of Baker, Room
get youR message thnough ACEJ would reevaluate the quite a conservative paper. It's
the same here, since a lot of
educational Mardi Gras"The
competenceprovided people think Drew Pearson is
in the areas of
trash.
broadcasting, advertising, Gator Guardhasbeen
And so I ask a final questionon
and journalism. --- the selected as No. 1 in this matter. Why should we
three areas in which degrees the Mardi Gras Competition if
have freedom of the press we
are offered. ," Captain Billy B. have editors who censor material
The ACEJ committee is Wood announced this week. because a few narrow-minded
composed of Milton Gross, The drill team competedwith readers create an atmosphere of
professor of advertising at ten other teams from harrassment? Mr. Lundy assertshe
the University of Missouri; throughout the nation in the censored my column as his
De Witt Reddick, School of Crewe of Venus parade on conscience dictated. The very

., Journalism, University of Feb. 9 in New Orleans. next sentence he said to me con-
9ctciv1.71 : Texas; Holt McPherson, The team also marched in tained the idea that my columnwas
editorial of the which
manager the King Rex parade not good for HIS paper. Now
Highpoint N.C. Enterprise; about 14 miles and the
., was whose conscience was that again,
-. -
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? ;, Robert Mason, president of crowning event of the Mardi Mr. Lundy?

WMRN, radio station, Gras festival. By the way, speaking of movies
with alllqatou abveutlslnq Marion, Ohio; and Baskett I would hope some of you people
Mosse Northwestern Uni-
MedicalHistory will honor the picket lines In frontof
Gator Advertising & Classifieds Ext. 2832 versity, Evanston, Ill. the Florida theatre, even if

Open HouseThe there there. is a good movie playing


Professor of Air As one person told me, we can

FmuI; s EEEEac l'JEEP' s sae Science of the UF will hold "Manuscripts and Medicine" always wait till it comes on tele-
t> E tip open house for 18 graduating is.the. title of this vision five years from now. But
winter's third History and more important, this person added
Air Force Reserve
L1 1IY D RUM ARSU N Officers Training Corps Philsophy of Medicine lec- that to go to a segregated theatre
cadets Sunday.The ture at the Medical just to see a good film was to
7I1rihnif AMBiiods VRDUitRN ar 711 1 YEAR cadets will be the Scineces Building auditorium support an Idea, which if allowedto

guests of Col. and Mrs. today(Friday)at 5 p.m. run rampant, would destroy any
' JOSEPH E IEVINEpnNnu William Boaz, Jr., at their Dr. Leslie R. C. Agnew, chance of ever making another
I Im home, 2858 NW 4th Lane. professor of the history of good film.
The reception will medicine at the Univers'ityof I won't say much more than this,
include an orientation ses- Kansas, will be the spea- except there will be no more reviews -
sion to give candidates a ker. The lecture is partof from this critic for the
preview of new experiences a series begun last year Florida Theatre until token Integration -
: ?" M.w.u IOSEh E a..lEviNE.AGpErr awaiting them in the Air by the College of Medicine.All ends there. My editor -
i aM+M Force. Interested faculty Informs me that applicationsfor
r49 Detachment officers and members and students are a FLORIDA THEATRE reviewer -

1L their wives will also attend.Irradiation invited to attend. are now being taken.


M Ea.N.r hVw Lu... M Erwr MirN ..+

Dr. E.F. Sturcken of the Engineers Plan First
E.I. Dupont Company will

I[ ioiaaunionciLmsJ| speak this Tuesday at 3:30
p.m. in Room 334,BuildingE

Uranium.on "Irradiation" Growthin Paper Writing Contest


FRIDAY & SATURDAY, 7 & 9 P.M. Irradiation growth is a
phenomena which causes The College of Engineering In :The papers will be judged by
dimensional changes to occur conducting for the first time this the "Florida Engineer Magazine"staff
',':r} : f 1Jlrr in Uranium fuel ele- year, The Florida Engineer's and its faculty advl&ors. Emphasis -
:>> ments during neutron Paper Contest. The entrants are will be placed on' general
MARLON BRANDO irradiation thereby limit- to submit a type written manu- interest, sufficient supporting
'. ing their useful life and script of twelve pages or less illustrations, accurateness and organization -
frequently causing fuel ele- concerning some phase of en-. and style. Other Judg-

Vi ment failures.Dr. gineering.The ing criteria are based upon simple
Sturcken will indi- contest is open to all undergraduate technical requirements of a good
cate the variety of basic students
and graduate paper.
sapt research problems which with members of the engineeringstaff Prof. Spangler said that one
had to be solved in orderto
ineligible, main purpose for the contest is
solve the growth pro- Prof. Byron D. Spangl< one to furnish the engineering
blem and how the knowledge of the contest judges and an engineering magazine, "The Florida Engineer -
ANTHONY QUINN gained from the growth professor stated, The ," with several good articles

I problem can be applied. paper desired is of asemi-technl- for its publication.All .

cal nature or in other words a papers should be submittedto
ArtDisplayJennings paper that Is readable. General Prof. Spangler by March 1.
Rebecca papers concerning such subjects as The announcement of the two winners '.
Sunday & Monday 7 p.m. Only sent an Art Show Hall will February pre- patents, problems of engineering will be March 20. First
j education, or engineering curri- prize will be $100 and second
24-28 in the Jennings Recreation -
FLORIDA UNION AUDITORIUM Room. The art cula are certainly acceptable." prize $50.IAToR .



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10 The Florida Alligator FridayFeb.21,1964
Keller V s. BoardContinued


New Taxing Rates School of Journalism and Com- Miss Keller has worked on Co-
( From Page 1.)
of Women
B munications, pursuing a journa- edikette, a publication
In the past, requirements had lism major. After the past elec- Students Association for two trimesters -
been a 2.0 grade average and tion, the requirements were to but the board has tra-
Broken To SamplesWASHINGTON two "semesters" experience on a change to 2.5 grade average, with ditionally considered only The Alligator -
fee-supported publication.The the journalism school provision The Seminole, The New
new requirements are a being dropped. Orange Peel, and the now-dpfunct

(UPI) Fol- MARRIED COUPLE 2.3 grade average, plus two trimesters Kennedy said the main problem F Book as "fee-supported pub-
lowing are samples of the new Two Dependents experience on a fee- seemed to be a 'breakdown In lications."
withholding rates provided by the weekly present new supported student publication, or communications," which had Miss Keller meets the grade
compromise tax bill and how they wage deduction deduction experience the board considers caused Miss Keller to believe she requirement, but Is not a jour-
r compare with present rates: $25 $0.00 $0.00 equivalent, or junior status in the was qualified to run for the board. nalism major. The board decided
$50 $0.00 $0.00 that her experience was not
Sl uiE PERSONS $75 $4.30 $3.30 Free-Refreshment Study equivalent."
weekly present new $100 $9.20 $7.20 The basic conflict between Leg.
'wage deduction deduction $125 $13.70 $10.70 Week Haleand islative Council and the board
Next
$25 $2.30 $1.60 $150 $18.70 $14.50 Coming -- seems to be a definition of authority

t $50 $6.80 $5.30 $175 $24.60 $17.30 The study of free refreshmentsfor needs, I plan to discuss the ; that Is, where the board
$75 $11.20 $8.70 $200 $26.80 $20.80 students at dormitory social matter with Dr. Philpott to get derives its powers, and to whoir:
$100 $16.10 $12.60 activities, InitiatedbyStudentGov- these needs met," he said. it is ultimately responsible.The .
$125 $20.60 $16.10 ernment and Dean of Student Additional financing eliminates problem seems headed for

$150 $25.60 $19.90 The present withholding for per- Affairs Lester L. Hale in January, the necessity of refreshment alesby the dean of student affairs and
$175 $29.20 $22.70 sons earning more than$200 week should be completed by the first of students to make the activities possibly President J. Wayne Reitz
t200 S33.70 $26.20 in wages Is $26.80 plus 18 per cent next week, according to Dean Hale. possible. When '8? first began, for final solution, but the next step
The present withholding for per- of the amount over $200. This will A report showing how much it negotiations with the administration will probably be an exploration by
sons earning more than $200 a be reduced to $20.80 plus 14 percent would cost to make the events the principle was established student government of other possibilities -
week In wages is $33.70 plus of the excess over $200. possible, Including refreshments, to discontinue student sales at the and further meetings
18 per cent of wages over $200. was presented to Hale by the UF functions. between student government and
A closer look at the report the board.
Housing Division
This will be reduced to $26.20 yesterday. Delayin
MARRIED COUPLE getting the report slowed from Housing will tell If there Kennedy also charged the Alligator
up
plus 14 per cent of the excess
over $200.The Three Dependents negotiations Hale said. Is enough money to provide the free had been "a little biased"
weekly present new "Now that I have the Information eats, and at which dormitories in Us coverage of events in the
MARRIED COUPLE wage deduction deduction at hand with actual circumstances they would be offered. case.
r .
$25 $0.00 $0.00
No Dependents $50 $0.00 $0.00
weekly present new
$75 $2.00 $1.50
wage deduction deduction $100 $6.90 $5.40
$25 $0.00 $0.00
$125 $11.40 $8.90 F
$50 $4.50 $3.50 $150 $16.40 $12.70
$75 $8.90 $6.90 $175 $20.00 $15.50
$100 $13.80 $10.80 $200 $24.50 $19.00
$125 $18.30 $14.30
$150 $23.30 $18.10

$175 $26.90 $20.90 The present withholding for per '
r, $200 $31.40 $24.40 sons earning more than$200 a week
in wages Is $24.50 plus 18 per cent U ,
present wihholding for per- of the amount over $200. This _
sons earning more than$200 a week will be reduced to $19 plus 14
I in wages is $31.40 plus 18 per cent per cent of the excess over $200.
of the amount over $200. This
will be reduced to $24.40 plus 14
per cent of the excess over $200.
MARRIED COUPLE

V MARRIED One Dependent COUPLE weekly Four present Dependents new Dennis Moffatt sought a job responsibility I

, weekly present new wage deduction deduction
wage deduction deduction $25 $0.00 $0.00
i $25 $0.00 $0.00 $50 $0.00 $0.00
$50 $2.20 $1.70 $75 $0.00 $0.00
$75 $6.60 $5.10 $100 $4.60 $3.60
$100 $11.50 $9.00 $125 $9.10 $7.10
$125 $16.00 $12.50 $150 ,$14.10 $10.90
$150 $21.00 $16.30 $175 $17.70 $13.70 N
$175 $24.60 $19.10 $200 $22.20 $17.20
$200 $29.10 $22.60

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The present withholding for persons The present withholding for per-
1 earning more than$200 week sons earning more than$200 a weekin
t
in wages is $29.10 plus 18 per cent wages is $22.20 plus 18 per cent
Ii, of the amount over $200. This of the amount over $200. This will
will be reduced to $22.60 plus be reduced to $17.20 plus 14 per
14 per cent of the excess over$200. cent of the excess over $200.





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Moffatt, B.A., Coe College, Cedar Rapids, and Placement, Systems Equipment Engineering.If .
) Iowa. '57. joined Western Electric in 1961 after two you, like Dennis Moffatt, want a career witha
I _' years of graduate work at the State University of company that will recognize your skills and abili-
Iowa and two years with the Army. Most importantto ties, and have the qualifications we're looking for
i Dennis was the fact that WE offered him the -let's talk! Opportunities for fast-moving careers
iI chance to move ahead fast. Dennis startedat exist now for liberal arts, physical science and
iI Western Electric's Hawthorne Works in Chicagoas business majors, as well as for electrical, mechanical -
I a Staff Trainee in Industrial Relations. and industrial engineers. Get the Western Elec-
it I ,..come a walking definition of "Classic" After only a year with the Company and the tric Career Opportunities booklet from your Place-
completion of one of WE's training programs for ment Officer. Or write: Western Electric, Room
t college graduates Dennis became a Personnel 6405, 222 Broadway, New York 38, N. Y. And be
Placement Analyst. Advancing rapidly Dennis was sure to arrange for an interview when the Bell
recently promoted to Section Chief, Employment System recruiting team visits your campus.
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Outdoor GLENN STOKES Editor Revenge Against FSU ,



By MARK VALENTI Last year, the Florida varsitywon captain Jerry Livingston, sopho-
Fishing CapsuleFishing Sports Writer the meet and the Gator frosh more Ray Whitehouse, and Dick
Coach Bill Harlan's varsity and were third behind the FSU varsity. Harman; and place high In the
continues to Improve as the catches recorded below will freshman swimming teams take to FSU is the favorite to win the backstroke events with Dick Far-

show. the road this weekend for the annual team championship thisyear. well and Rod Hubbert.
Hunting is sweet but short -- the squirrel and quail seasons come Southern Intercollegiate Meetin "Depth is a big factor in a meet Freshmen teams are allowed to

to a close Sunday. Inclement weather conditions have hampered Athens, Georgia.The like this/' Harlan said, "and the swim against varsity squads because -
hunting and fishing over the past week. Notwithstanding some real t\ j-day invitational meet, FSU varsity has 32 swimmers the meet is an NCAA sanctioned -
nice bass were taken from area waters. attended by the leading teams in compared to our 15." event.

FISHING CAPSULE the Deep South, begins today on the The Gators hope to score highin "I expect some of our fresh-

Crystal River University of Georgia campus. the butterfly events with team men to be up there at the top
fighting for first place In a num-
Bass fishing good to excellent; saltwater fishing good to excellent. Florida Union RepresentedIn ber of the events," said Harlan.
Best bass baits are Bagley's Bang-o-Lure, Rapala, and plastic worms. Harlan said frosh captain Tom
Lake Lochloosa Dioguardi has an excellent chanceof
Colleae Union Tournament
Lake LochloosaSpeck winning the 50 yard freestyle.
fishing good to excellent. Trolling in open water, fishing the Dill Corbin, who set the varsityand
bonnets and the creeks with minnows all payed off well in recent days. Florida Union sponsored school which has a student pool record in the 500-yard ..
teams will hit the road this union and is in this dis-
freestyle against FSU, is enteredin
Lake WaubergSpeck weekend in the quest for trict can enter teams in the the
same event In the Southern.
fishing fair to good; bass fishing fair. Plastic worms are first place honors in the competition. Corbin's race against Dayton of
taking bass along grass and bonnets. Speck fishing is best in bonnets annual Association of FSU last Saturday was one of the
using minnows. College Unions Tourna- Representing the UF will best I have ever seen," said Har
ment. be Brian Whipp and Jay lan. "I expect him to lower his
Newnan's Lake Florida has representatives Sachs in table tennis; Tom time again this week."
in all four of the Graham and lIernan Robles
Corbin's time of 5:17.4 was ten
Bass fishing excellent; speck fishing good to excellent. Since Sat- competitions. They will In billiards; Ned Hardy, seconds lower than the conference
urday, an 11, 10, 9, 7, 6, and a 5 pounder have been taken to name compete in table tennis, Bob Howard, Dob Leonard, mark held by Jim Forrester of
only the big ones. The east and west sides are the best spots. The billiards chess and Vanderbilt. A conference mark,
best bass baits are the underwater Paw Paw Hawaiian bowling. and P a rv I z Valandl in
Wiggler (No. however, must be set In the con-
2), plastic worms, and Johnson Silver minnow with pork rind.: Florida Is in a district chess; and Al Brown Dill ference meet.
which covers the states of McVey, Mike Hirschen-
After the Gators return from
Georgia, Alabama,Missis- sohn, Shelley Finman, and
Lake Athens they will have two weeksto
Orange
sippi, and Florida. Any Al Kavalich in bowling.
prepare for the SEC meet.
Speck fishing good; bass fishing fair to good. Best baits for bass
are Rafina and plastic worms.

Santa Fe Lake Athletic SecretaryRepresents

Speck fishing good; bass fishing fair.Suwanee .

River ,,;\) '.'{I:::,V.f'. *r Studentshandle

Salt water fishing good to fair. ,i; 'i'j;, \:;';: ';)"

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"Students at the recent the problem of football seat-
Watermelon Pond Kentucky-Florida basketball game Ing and investigate the Athletic
had to sit the floor while tem- of in
Department's
Bass on use $81,000
fishing good. Saturday several nice bass were taken, among
them 12 9 and baits porary bleachers were reservedfor student funds, SG's largest appropriation -
were a a 5-pounder. Best are black Johnson
minnow (with black worm), plastic worms, Hawaiian Wiggler (No. non-students. according to Miles.
2), and underwater Paw Paw. a "This Is ridiculous when we "We met with Percy Beard of
sell reserved seats and make stu- the Athletic Association about the
dents sit on the floor," Micky seating situation and formulated

Late Mural Handball Scores Miles said. "Something shouldbe policy about what the secretaryof
done about it." athletics should do."

Outgoing Secretary of Athletics Miles said in the past the Ath-
TEP-2 PKA-3 Chi Phl-3 SAE-3 TEP --4 qa ,
I ;6 Micky Miles looked back on his letic Association did not have to
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newly created Student Government answer to students to how they were
(SG) post. spending students' money. "It
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is now the job of the secretary to
Why Do DTD-0 KA0 "The office needed to be createdto get a run-down of how it is spent."

let the Athletic Associationknow
ATO -- 3 SX -. 3 student opinion," Miles said. Football seating Is the job of
You Read TX.0 PDT -- 0 "The secretary acts as the Independent and fraternity, chair-

students' representative." men appointed by SG, accordingto
So ? Students approved the post in the Miles. Now the secretary over
Slowly Constitutional Revisions election looks these positions and can coordinate -
True Love? of October 3, 1963. The revisions their efforts with the
A noted publisher in Chicago went into effect October 9. SG Athletic Association.
reports there is a simple tech- President Paul Hendricks appointed Miles said he talked to Ken
nique of rapid reading which The UF golf course has a pro-
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to
should enable you to double blem with lovers, according
said the post will be continued in
your reading speed and yet retain Conrad Rehling, golf pro at the 5.
much more. Most people? UF golf course. bowling team i is shown It was originally created to the new administration.

do not realize how much they during rolloffs to determinewho

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P Page 12 The Florida Alligator FridayFeb.21,1964

9 Contest Winner!
Lucky Cage

1 Vandy Tests Gatars Here Is your second big chance to win a free dinner for two at. .
Carmanella's Garden of Eating at 706 W. University Ave.
Use your skill, luck, or local fortune teller to pick the winnerof
t the ten contests listed below, plus the score of the Florida

! In Saturday Contest game. The person picking the most winners will win a certificate
entitling him to a free dinner for two.
In case of a tie the winner will be decided by the score which he
1 predicted for the Florida game. Deadline for entries is Friday at
By JOHN CLENDENON the Hurricanes at Miami. Kentucky for the loop lead with a 6 p.m. in room 15 of the Florida Union. One entry per person
\ Sports Writer Against Kentucky, Florida stay 9-2 mark. I and decision of the Judges is final. Once a person has won he is j;:
Will the real Florida Gators ed with the heralded Wildcats for Leading the Nashville Invaders no longer eligible for future contests. ('<.
please stand up? the entire game. Kentucky came will be sophomore sensation Clyde :$:$:.

Close to 5,900 fans are expected out on top 77-72, but the nation's Lee. The 6-foot-9 center is among : :::::: Tennessee ( ) at Alabama( ) '..j.
to utter this retort Sat- third-ranked team knew it had beenin theSEC's leaders points scored ) Kansas State ( ) Kansas ( ) S
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urday night when the Vanderbilt a real fight. and rebounds. Lee is averaging I. : Penn State ( ) at Army ( ) t:
Commodores storm into Florida Then there is the other side of 21 poin i and 15 rebounds per game. ): ; Drake ( ) at Cincinnati ( ) Wt
Gym for a Southeastern Conference the story--the side Gator fans hope Another potent Commodore is ::: Georgia Tech ( ) at Georgia ( ) :J n?
, (SEC) cage test. NOT to see Saturday night.In Roger Schurig, a lanky 6-foot-4 t rJ!: Yale ( ) at Harvard ( ) }
i The Gators will be returning recent road trips, Florida guard who set a sophomore scor- J;:t Kentucky ( ) at Auburn ( ) W{
I to the old homestead after a disastrous lost three of 'its four games. ing record at Vanderbilt last $.\ St. Louis ( ) at Wichita ( ) itIi :z
road trip in which southern Inability to score and careless year--one that will be topped by :Ii Wake Forest ( ) at South Carolina ( ) {?
I hospitality was at a minimum.After floor mistakes characterized most Lee this year. "Jolly Roger" is .f Louisiana State ( ) at Mississippi State ( ) ;;;r
r an easy win over Alabama, of the games. Only against Mis- the top outside threat for the Com ;j
.' Florida bowed its head in Indig- sissippi did the Gators mount a modores. } PICK THE SCORE

nation to Auburn, Mississippi State consistent scoring attack and then j: Vanderbilt( ) at Florida ( ) r
and Mississippi. only to be outdone by the point- Coach Norm Sloan will start 1'1j

Florida's record has slipped to happy Rebs, 97-91. Brooks Henderson at one guard I;:4.: Name..............................Phone........ :
10-8 overall and 4-6 in the SEC. Earlier in the season, the Ga- spot with Tom Baxley Joining him 1.v 1 Address......................................... ;':
in the backcourt. Paul Morton
Norm S loa n's warriors have
looked unbeatable on occasion. tors verdict dropped to Georgia a 59-57 in FloridaGym.last-second and Dick Tomlinson will get the 'i 0tlf nlWMlm\WI\Wiiil\ Ii1lj jl 1fm1 tt1

Miami felt the wrath of the Ga- starting call at forward. Either
But it could have been a 20-
"' tors when it absorbed a U4-91 point victory for Sloan's charges Mont Highley or Richard Peek will Cassius Clay Demonstrates

defeat in Florida Gym. The Ga- if the other "side" of the Gators open at center.

tors shot well and rebounded well had been on the floor that night. Morton, a 6-foot-4 sophomorefrom Technique Just In Case'MIAMI
to revenge an earlier loss against
( The Commodores, on the other Rochester, N. Y., hit for 21 BEACH (UPI) -- Chal- ton next Tuesday night in their
hand, have been the model of con- points against Mississippi on Mon- lenger Cassius Clay crawled heavyweight title fight.
sistency for most of the season. Morton Sloan's
t day night. was across his training ring Thurs- Gaseous Cassius announced
\ Coach Roy Skinner's team threat- sixth man for most of the season, day on his hands and knees and loudly from the ring, "If that
1 ened to wrest the SEC lead from but his play during the last month old man beats me,I'll crawl acrossto
1l 1 Kentucky until three recent defeats has earned him a spot on the then kissed the canvas to illustrate him and kiss his feet and then
t in a row at the hands of Georgia first team. how humble he will be if I'll take the first plane out of
Tech, Tennessee and Kentucky he loses to champion Sonny List the country."
sidetracked Vandy.Vanderbilt Morton's credentials include an
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is now 17-5 on the accurate Jump shot from the out- .. ...................... ,.... '.. '
'I f season, but only 6-5 In the SEC. side and the ability to come up Ii!' A The Commodores still have a with key rebounds with his aggres-'
t, chance to play a "spoiler" role sive play under the boards.
when they meet Georgia Tech next Tip-off time, for the contest is
week. The Engineers are tied with 8:15 p.m.
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PAUL MORTON -

w STEVE VAUGHN ing, Florida can conceivably end
Assistant Sports Editor the season over the .500 mark in
conference play, but all three will
.f, linksfersFace When the subject of this sea- be toughies. Vanderbilt comes in
son's Florida basketball team tomorrow, followed by Georgia 11Q
comes up, talk will center around Tech and Tennessee next week.In .
FSU the Gators' overall fickle, unpre- other SEC performances this ;(
F dictable nature. weekend, Mississippi State hosts
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. The Gator golf team meets its Let conversation shift to Indi- LSU and Tulane battles a20-game
| third opponent of the season tomorrow viduals, however, and some con- losing streak at Ole Miss. Sat-
I, in a match against Florida sistencies can be found. urday they'll switch things with
State in Tallahassee. When they put out the first Gator LSU at Ole Miss and Tulane batt-
FSU has only 2 lettermen returning statistic sheet, Brooks Henderson ling what probably will be a 21-
from last year's Florida and Dick Tomlinson ran game losing streak against Mis-
Intercollegiate Champions, Coach one-two In the scoring. Eighteen sissippi State. Plenty of room at the rear of the bus.There's .
t Hugh Durham will have to depend games and 15 sheets later, lIen- Also onSaturday,Alabama hosts
1 on the best crop of sophomores derson and Tomlinson are still Tennessee and co-leaders Tech
' in FSU history. one-two, having never relinquished and Kentucky visit Georgia and
these positions.With Auburn, respectively. plenty of room at the rear of a VW
Station because there's front.
Wagon no
| Veterans John Parsonsand Mark three games remaining,
it Blair head up the squad. The topE Henderson is hitting for a 17.5 GATOP FIGURES The whole thing is rear.

six' will probably be completed by point average. Tomlinson stands AVG. RD. Except Beginning for to the end.number of seats ((0 mere 9)),
Richie Karl close behind at 16.5, and has remained G. TP.
ii j sophs Denny Lyons, ,
John Danielson and either Ron only slightly below Hen- Henderson 18 315 17.3 132: you'd swear you were in the real thing.
derson all season.Tomlinson's Tomlinson 18 2S7 16.5 137 There's almost as much headroom as in a real
Mlelnlkowskl Bill Boutwell or
Frank McDonald., 51.6 per cent field Baxley 18 258 1-1.3 6 i: bus, and 21 windows to go around.
f goal mark is tops for the Gators Highley 18 191 10.8 189 The VW is narrower than a real bus, but the
.r and has placed him among the Peek 18 173 9.5 156 doors are even wider.
,f Florida's Gators have defeatedt Southeastern Conference (SEC) Morton 18 105 5.9 87 And if you'd like a genuine, bu .type aisle to
Jacksonville Navy twice this sea- leaders in that category this sea- Poore 16 45 2.8 42 pace up and down, it's yours.
> ( son. Florida State's match with son. Koss 13 23 I.e 22 The really staggering thing is how much the
|f* Jax Navy was cancelled because According to the latest avail- Sommese 11 10 0.9 8 Volkswagen Station Wagon can hold.
,,*> of rain. able National Collegiate Athletic Moore 8 6 0.8 3 Not quite as much as a real bus, but almost
Saturday's match will be theft
Association statistics, Hendersonis twice what goes into a regular station wagon.
first played over Florida State's thirteenth in the nation with an SEC Standings Which is a pretty good trick, considering that
new nine hole course which opened 87 per cent free throw mark. SEC Overall the VW is 4 feet shorter.
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Jt,\ last August. As a team, however, Floridahas \v L \V L IThe VW is the only bus that can park in a bus
M dwelled in or near the SEC Kentucky 9 2 19 2 stop and still leave room for the bus.)
I, Laurie Hammer and Richard basement in free foul shooting with Ga. Tech 9 2 17 6 Outside, the VW Station Wagon may be front-
II Leckey will lead the UF golf- its 66 per cent mark. Tennessee 7 3 14 6 less.
t|t ers against the Seminole Unksters. The Gators have fallen to their Vanderbilt 6 5 17 5 But inside, it's endless.
Hammer and Leckey tied for lowest point of the season in the Georgia 6 5 9 13
, ( < medalist honors against Jackson- SEC standings with four losses In LSlT 6 5 10 12
( viii Navy with 70's. their past five outings. Now in Alabama 5 6 12 11 MILLER BROWN
f Hammer halls from Sarasota tenth place, Florida is 4-6 in the Auburn 5 6 10 10 if}
while Leckey makes his home in conference, standing ahead of only Ole Miss 5 6 8 11 MOTORSWI
St. Petersburg. Richard's brother Mississippi State and winless Tu- FLORIDA 4 6 10 8
,1 Phil, led the UF golfers Miss. St. 4 7 8 15 1030 East University Avenue .II;: "
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