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U.S.WASHINGTON AllIgatorVol.56 Keller Case



(UPI-The United By JAY HA VISE R

States extended diplomatic recog- No.102 University FloridaGainesville Monday, Feb.24, 1964 Staff WriterAn
nition Sunday to the revolutionary
Honor Court opinion on Bar-
government of Zanzibar In an effort
bara Keller's qualifications to be

to offset any Communist seated as a member of the Boardof
Influences.The Committee Asks PowerTo
Student Publications will be
last American was expelled
asked by SG President Ken Kennedy -
from the little spice island off .

the coast of East Africa last Thursday -
Kennedy met with the Board of
but the State Department said UF Students
Drop Student Publications Thursday.
foreign service officer Frank Car-
The board then stated It did not
lucci arrived in Zanzibar Sundayto .
see any reason why It should reconsider -
take charge of the U.s. Embassy -
An ambassador will be By BECKY QUINN ing privileges following the time a classification. Violators are also its decision regardingMiss

named later. Staff WriterPresident's student earns upper division fined $5.How Keller.

Great Britain, Canada, Australia are violators caught? Miss Keller, 2UC, was electedto
a'' the post but declared unqualified -
check
and other Commonwealth nations Reitz will review Campus police registra-

lia and other Commonwealth recommendation from the UF tions on the owners or drivers of by the board.

nations also established diplomatic Traffic and Puking Committee, 15 LosePrivilege .. cars that are parked out of assignedareas "I plan to ask the Honor Courtto

relations with the new regime of that would give the committee or who are found entering render an advisory opinion on

President Acid Amani Karume. authority to cancel a student's aca- restricted areas without permitsor the Issue. The Issue being

Zanzibar won independence as demic registration for violationof "I proper decals. If a University whether Barbara Keller Is qualified -
ileges College student is found to be appointed to the board
driving
a sultanate from Britain last priv suspensionsor among
revocations. these violators he is referred to under the constitution of the stu-
December. One month later the The Traffic and Parking \ ,
sultan was topped In a swift revolution If put into effect, the recommendation t Committee revoked junior : the Traffic and Parking Committee dent body and the board charter"
would amount to adele- : from Legislative Council, Ken-
and Karume establisheda year driving privileges of 15
left-wing "peoples' republic." gation of authority from the UF University College students The Committee and the Campus nedy said.
: Police also receive transcripts of "The Honor Court's opinion
Faculty Disciplinary Committee.
Karume expelled Donald K.Pet- Thursday for having owned or
court proceedings will not include a study of any
Assistant Dean of MenArnoldE. municipal
terson, embassy third secretary, operating a car In Alachua
from Wirtala termed the recommendation involving UF students. The registration powers the board may have from
Zanzibar last Thursday, County. :
apparently -
"a Joint package" betweenthe of students ticketed by the president of the university or
in retaliation for what
They are:
Gainesville police are also the Board of Control," Kennedysaid.
Traffic i
he considered undue delay on the andParkingCommitteeand William Bean, 1UC, 18, of I'';
," : checked. "It will not be concernedwith
the Disciplinary Committee. ;
part of the United States in recognizing : Ft. Myers Beach; Robert N. : : Currently, If a student has his the president's authority to
He Is member of both I'
.his government a groups. .t Brooks, lUC, 18, of Wachula; :: driving privileges revoked or suspended appoint members."
Outgoing Chief of Justice of
Petterson accompalned Carluccito :W; Hubert Glenn T. Dunn, 2UC, and violates the decisionof "The need is to crystalize just
the Traffic and Parking Committee
Zanzibar. ?i : 18, of New Bern,N.C.;Georsa( the committee, he will be askedto how members are to be seatedon
William McCormick said the I
U.S. officials emphasized that recommendation : C. Greene III, 2UC, 20, of reappear before the committee. the board," Kennedy said. "Of

recognition of Karume's govern- passed Thursdayby : Ocala; Thomas George Mines, Usually the suspension will be course we must realize that Presi-
the committee is
ment resulted not from any pres- designed to 2UC, 19, of Idavllle, Ind.; extended and the student fined, dent Reitz makes the final decision -

sure from Zanzibar. tighten-up regulations enforcement and to alleviate of driving the f William K. Holt, lUC, 19, of or referred to the Dean of Men on who will be seated."

Valdosta, Ga.; Carl Allen the
or Faculty Disciplinary Com-
load of cases now being handledby (See Keller Page 5))
Kelly, lUC, 10 of Dayton, o mittee.
PicketingHalts the Faculty Disciplinary Com- Tenn. Don T. Kozlich, lUC, The recommendation now under

mittee. 17, of Ft.Lauderdale;Richard consideration would see these violators -
Most of the cases handled by the subject to cancellation of Reds WarnMcNamara
Wayne Plummer, lUC, 18, of
Here"Circumstances Traffic and Parking Committee Ft. Myers; John F. Prindlble, their academic registration for the

involve University College 2UC, 20, of Ft.Pierce;Donald trimester in which they violated
I not at students who are catght owning or
am their suspension or revocation.The .
Roger Rou, 2UC, 20 of Red-
liberty to discuss" ended picketinghere operating an automobile Alachua j dick; John Hamilton Stiles, cancellation would have no

at the Florida Theatre this County. With few exceptions, stu- affect on their readmittance the
1UC, 18, of Miami; LawrenceM.
weekend by the Student Group for dents are not permitted to own or following trimester, but a per- MOSCOW (UPI) -- Defense
Warren, lUC, 18 of Green-
Equal Rights (SGER), Austin B. operate vehicles until after they manent note would be put on their Minister Rodio Mallnovsky Sun-
port, N.Y.; and Henry H. ;
Creel, faculty advisor, said yes- have earned 64 hours of credit. transcript, saying, "Registration day accused Defense Secretary
Wright Jr. 1UC 17 of Jack
Robert McNamara of threateningto
terday. Violations now are usually j cancelled for continued violation

Creel said the group decided rewarded with a revocation or sus- tiiivi mThrunBlJll .of driving and parking destroy Russia and other Com-
to d of two trimesters of drivInternational j J m munist nations and warned him not
Friday e n picketing at the pension regulations, Wlrtala said. ._ ..
Florida Theatre here and also 10 "play with fire-

decided not to picket the Florida Mallnovsky said people throughout -

Theatre Building in Jacksonville Week Continues the world were "alarmed and

Saturday.. Creel would not disclose concerned" by a McNamara state I

the behind the ment to the lIouseArmedServices
reasons move. With Guest Speaker ProgramsThe

He said the decision to end picket- Committee-- last month.. .
ing was in light of the group's The American defense secre-
long-range plans to establish civil International Week Pro- Room 324 of the Union. Nixdorf and Ralph Horath. It will tary said American nuclear might

rights for all in Gainesville. gram will continue tonight with Tomorrow night, the India Club be held in the Union Social Room. had the capability of destroyingthe

David R. Sheehan, SGER faculty Sami Hadawl speaking on the"Crisis will sponsor guest speakers Y. K. Both tonight and tomorrow night. Soviet Union, Communist Chi-

endorser, said the group will now of the Jordan River" at 7:30 Malik, M. N. Wankhada, A. Dee- informal discussions will be held na and other Communist countries -

re-concentrate its efforts on Negro p.m. in the Florida Union, Room pak, and Dr. P. Laumas. The with refreshments in the Social .

voter registration program and a 324.The subject will Western Impact-- Room in the Union between 9 and "We have never made state-

tutoring service for Negro ele- talk will be sponsored by Response and Reaction." It will 9:30 p.m. ments like the one made by Mc-

mentary and high school students. the Arab Club. be held in the Social Room of the Wednesday and Thursday nights, Namara and we never will," Mal-

Creel said the SGER has no The Latin American Club is Union at 7:30 p.m. the International Center will hold invosky said in an article in the

iron-clad blueprint for long-range also sponsoring a talk tonight on At 9:30 p.m., the German clubIs Open House between 7:30 and 10. Communist party newspaper

action and that the group may shift the "Panamanian Canal Crisis"by to sponsor a forum on "Ber- Alpha Epsilon Phi will host the Pravda, marking the 4Cth anni-

Dr. Robert Bradbury. It will lin and German Reunification" affairs, and refreshments will be versary of the Soviet armed

(See PICKETING Page _2)) take place tonight at 9:30 p.m. in The guest speakers will be Peter served. forces.
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tion is organized are to foster a out-of-state clubs too. Part of
By DONITA MATHISONStaff spirit of loyalty and fraternity our funds goes to organize these
4 0 > r rt Writer former clubs and keep them
among the graduates, active. They
students and friends of the Univer- help provide the 'grass roots' of

'a e-0 (EDITOR'S NOTE: This Is the sity of Florida, to promote their higher education."
{ first of a two-part series explor- continued active Interest In and on
: _
I ing the role of the Alumni Asso- behalf of the university, to affect Over the past three years,

\ e ti tiU tiY ciation.) united action In promoting the alumni support, through gifts to

; general welfare of the universityas the Loyalty Fund, have resulted
A man with searching eyes gazed an educational institution... In the awarding of more than
anxiously at his watch as he quick- 3,000 scholarship loans to
of the Alumni Association -
"The history
ened his pace across campus.He students."A .
dates back to 1926 whenit
saw a student getting out ofa
was under the Public Relations large portion of money goes
car and stopped.
department," Alsobrook said. to Dollars for Scholars, the first
"Excuse me, could direct me to
"Ralph Stoutamlre was the first in a series of financial aid pro-
the Alumni office please? I'm
new here,"' he asked."I executive secretary ((1926-1928), Jects to be sponsored by the Alumni
1 and during that time the first Association. The association co-
couldn't tell you, the boy
of dues system was sponsors the project with
attempt a SG. To
said, shaking his head, "and I've
been here two years." inaugurated." date, over $1,000 has been loanedto

Al Alsobrook, assistant director "Under the dues system In 1954 our students under this
"
of Alumni Affairs, remembers that we collected $6,000 and 1955 we program.

afternoon quite clearly for he was Jumped to $11,000 under the newly
In addition to the Alumni Loyalty
the man with the searching eyes-- organized Alumni Loyalty Fund.
"PULSE OF THE CAMPUS COMPUTER" and was disappointed with what he The Fund has steadily grown from Fund, contributions of the go for the
$12,000 In 1956 to over $103,000In publication quarterly maga-

.is inspected by Dean Thomas L. Martin, of the College saw."In 1961, when I first came to 1963," he !said. zine, "The Florida Alumnus,"
which Is sent to all alumni,
of Engineering and UF Pres. J. Wayne Reitz. The the University, may students didn't "Ever since the association Alsobrook said. It helps connect
know where the Alumni office was, its method of it
giving
changed
computer, built by two engineering students, "measures"the the bond between the alumni and
much less knowing what It was has set a record every year in
efficiency of each school and college and "tells" there for," he said. the total number of alumni con- the campus.He .

tne attitude of each important state and university governing He pointed out that many years tributors and the total number of pointed out that the Associa
ago the Alumni Association lost dollars given." tion's Senior Diploma program is

body, grading from happy to angry. communication with the graduates The assistant director explainedthat another channel for fund money.

of the university and since that one of the primary functionsof The Alumni Association sends out

time has tried, In various ways, the Alumni Association is to miniature diplomas to the

John MathewsTo to patch up this break so tlu keep the alumni aware of higher graduates in cooperation with the

association would be more mean- education and its needs, specifically Student Government.
ingful to them. at UF.
Speak TuesdayGubernatorial How do you patch a break In com He said the Alumni Associa-
"One of the to do
munication? The past, present, many ways tion feels that the University of
this he said "Is the Alumni
and future of the Alumni Associa- Florida, and higher education
candidate Sena- of Representatives from 1956 to Loyalty Fund. The Alumni Association -
tion reveals the hopeful generally stands on the "brink
answer. ,
tor John E. Mathews will visit 1961! and was elected to the Sen- is made up of 40 alumni
"The primary function of the of real greatness."
the UF campus tomorrowforaday ate In 1962 from the 18th Dis- clubs who have a minimum mem-
Alumni Association Is to
of pollticing. trict, Duval County. promotea bership of 25. One club Is estab- "With hard work, astrongsenseof
of the
lie will meet with the sororityand Mathews 44 born in Jack- spirit unity among studentsand
was graduates as reflected lished In every major area of dedication and purposeful plan-
fraternity house mothers at sonville, Florida and received an various alumni through Florida, with Jacksonville ranking ning, the Association can help
the Phi Kappa Tau house at 10:30 A. B. degree from Emory Uni- Alsobrook said.groups on first In membership and Alachua establish an institution unequalled
a.m. Then will attend a luncheonat versity in 1942 and an L. D. degree campus, County second. There are five anywhere."

11:45 a.m. at the University from Harvard Law SchoolIn "Near the time of graduation, .

Faculty Clab and a reception with 1948. a 30-45 minute reception is given

the faculty at 4 p.m. at the Gaines- While In college, he was a mem- for the seniors to further

ville Women's Club, according to ber of Phi Deta Kappa, presi- strengthen the ties with the Alumni )

the student affairs office. dent of Sigma Chi fraternity, Association and help them realize, CASH
He will conclude the day with president of the student body, and if not before, the keen interestwe

speech at the Florida Blue Key received the Balfour award as have in them. The presidentof

banquet at 7 p.m. most representative Sigma Chi in the Alumni Association, also
Mathews served in the House the Southeast. sends them a letter explainingwhat

__ a a the function of the Associa-
tion is," he said.
Florida String Quartet
The articles of incorportation
I of the UF Alumni Association

Slates Concert TuesdayThe states In one clause that "the *
FR
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purposes for which this associa Loans up to $600 222 W. Univ. Ave.

Florida String Quartet will The String Quartet No. 4 was

present a concert on Tuesday, written In 1947, and received Its
Feb. 25, at 8:15 p.m. In the Uni- first performance in that year by

versity Auditorium.The the Kroll Quartet. It has since

quartet is composed of Edward been frequently performed, and
T r 0 up I nand Ina Claire was selected for publication by

Forbes, violinists, Robert the Society for the Publication of

Schieber, violist, and Marie American Music In,1950. rLEflTEfl Ltt
Henderson, cellist.

In keeping with its policy of pre The Florida String Quartet will

senting music of our time in addi- also play the Mozart Quartet in

tion to works by classic masters, D flat K.589, one of three works
the quartet will feature the first dedicated to the King of Prussia.

local performance of the String The concert will close with a per-

Quartet No.I in A minor by formance of the Deetho\Quartetin

composer Ross Lee Finney. F major, Opus 59 No. 1. _




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A Monday, Feb.24,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3
Pi
Kap DedicatesNew


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Greek House SeparationOf



Alpha Epsilon Chapter of Pi lie said that fraternities were

Kappa Phi fraternity dedicated a important to the educational Institution -

new Fraternity Row chapter houseon not only to raise academic Church AndStateWASIIINGTON

its fourtieth anniversary yes- standards but to develop moral

terday. Ideals.Dr. .
k
U.S. Rep. Sydney Hex long delivered (UPI) A Senate Sen. Samuel J. Ervin Jr., D-N.C.
Pearce who
a dedicatory address to was treasurerof subcommittee Is investigating government Ervin is a Presbyterian who believes -
an overflow crowd that included the chapter when It was organized relationships with religious strongly in church-state

UF President J. Wayne Reitz, forty years zeo, recalled institutions.It separation.The .
memories of the old house at 13th
Dr. Thomas D. Bally, Super- wants to find out whether subcommitteesentoutquestionnaires -
intendent 0 f Public Instruction, Street and University Avenue. He federal funds are going to church- last Nov. 4 to all federal
remembered when "the brothers
Dean Frank Adams, Dean LesterL. related organizations in a manner departments and agencies. It asked
stood against the wall in the old
Hale, Dean Frank E. Maloney, k contrary to the letter or spiritof them to submit detailed data on
living room and learned the intri-
Dr. Delton L. Scudder, head pro- the First Amendment to the "any government program in which
cate steps of the Charleston." ANN BROWN
fessor of Religion, James Y. Constitution, which forbids an"es there is any kind of participation"by
Wilson, president of the UF Alumni Painting, which is being done by .was chosen "Rose of tablishment of religion." religious bodies.
the brothers and not
Association and representativesof pledges, was Delta Sig" last week. The investigation, which may Most of the replies are now In
completed in time for the dedica-
most other UF fraternities.PI culminate in public hearings later and the subcommittee staff has
tion. Work continued until few Miss Brown is a cheer-
Kap officers at the dedica- a this year, is being conducted by begun analyzing them, chief
tion were National Chancellor, hours arrive.before the first guests beganto leader and presidentof the Senate's constitutional rights counsel William Creech told UPI.

Charles T. Henderson, National Lyceum Council.their subcommittee, whose chairman is Creech said it is "very prob-

Executive Secretary, Durwood able" that the subcommittee will

Owen, District "ix President, Dr. make public Its findings about,
Grants Offer Research Chance
Martine Pearce and members of church state financial relation-

the chapter's Board of Trustees. ships, whether or not is decidesto

Nearly 500 people attended the For HS Teachers This Summerin proceed with public hearings.A .
ceremonies and toured the $175- number of Protestant leaders

000 house that was designed by have voiced concern in recent
Three National Science Foun- own college with guidance this new tool used for study-
the dean of the Yale School of years about the variety and extentof
Architecture, Paul Roudalph. dation (NSF) grants totalling $47, from their summer research supervisors ing structure of molecules by mag- government aid which is being
800 awarded to UF will offer netic field.
research Dr. Ballard said.
Dean Hale told the group that accepted by U.S. religious bodies.
he didn't believe what he termedthe opportunities to college The third grant, $15,800, was Four outstanding experts from For example, more than 500
teachers of chemistry and physicsthis awarded to the conferenceon research and industry have been
support
popular opinion that the fra- pieces of federal property withan
ternity system was on the way summer. nuclear and electron spin resonance invited to lecture. original value of about $37
Two of the UF Is 41 of the nation's
NSF will
grants Aug. 10-Aug. 22. The con- among million have been turned over to
support research participation ference is expected to attract 35 universities conducting summer church related Institutionsat

out.Picketing programs a t the university in of the nation's college teachers of research participation programsfor token prices under the govern-

chemistry and physics and as- chemistry and physics interested college teachers. ment's surplus disposal program.

tronomy. The programs, to run Church-related hospitals have

(Continued From Page I) concurrently from June 15-Aug. received millions of dollars in
21, are designed to provide opportunities I I
Busby Lectures EstablishedFlorida. federal aid under the Hill-Burton
Its focus of action when a changeis lor science teacherson

indicated. the predoctoral and postdoc- Act.Church related colleges have
He said picketing may resume toral levels to gain research ex-
Establishment of Busby Lec- He was the son of Dr. long received federal loans for
If it is necessary to attain the perience.A tures to bring distinguished speakers and Mrs. Joe N. Busby of Ala- dormitory construction, and are
group's goals. He said the group sum of $15,500 was awardedto
on subjects connected with chua and was returning home from eligible for federal grants for
to to Jacksonville Saturday support the physics and astron-
planned go various aspects of Christian life work in the university registrar'soffice classroom and laboratory con-
and picket until last Friday omy research participation pro- and thought to the Presbyterian when the fatal accident oc- struction under last year's educa-
"circumstances" indi- under the direction of department
when -
gram
night
University Center for public lec- cured. tion aid bill.Church .
cated they should not go. chairman Dr. Stanley S. tures was announced this week by The 19-year-old honor studentwas related elementaryand

Sheehan said the group is con- Ballard. The chemistryprogram, the Rev. William G.Neville, Pres- president of Westminster Fel- secondary schools receive aid
its efforts the under the direction of associate
centrating now on byterian University pastor. lowship at the time of his death, under the federal school lunch
student tutoring service professor of chemistry Dr. Wal-
Negro The lectures are established in and the family requested contributions program and the National Defense
here. lace Brey, was awarded $16,500.A memory of James Lon Busby who to the University Centerin Education Act.Delegates .

The service tutors over 200 Negro number of program parti- died in an automobile accident lieu of flowers. These funds from 24 major Prot-

elementary and high school cipants may be able to continue April 27, 1963 during his soho- enabled the establishment of the estant bodies met in Columbus,
50-60 UF their research work into
and has summer
students some
more year at the University of lectures. Ohio, earlier this month for a
student tutors. the:! academic year, working at
According to the Rev. Neville, national conference on church-
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I Garish Colors I| Student Tells Story-' Sad But True'By


The Alligator receives news- which would be distributed to him in two Installments one in the
papers from most of the leading WALKER LUNDY ship
fall and one in the winter trimester."Oh .
colleges In the nation in exchangefor Editor Joy said the young student at his new-found luck. "Now I don't
its own publication. In leaf- (EDITOR'S NOTE -- The'sio.-y you are about to read is true. Only this "
have to worry about college money year.
ing through one of these in searchof the names have been changed to protect the guilty.)
lIe was very happy.
an example of the pithy ideas Once upon a time there was a college student who attended the UF. The young man finished up the fall trimester, and once again ran

upon which other editorial editors lie was not a very good student, grade-wise, but nevertheless, he had into grade trouble. lie made less than a 2.0.

expound, we ran across the made it through several years of university work and was within sightof "I don't know what happened he lamented to those In whom he could
following Jewel of Journalistic impartiality graduating.This "
confide. "I thought I had done better than that.
from out sister Insti- young college student was not rich.
tution to the Northwest. lie came back to !school last September with Just enough money to That's What They All SayBut

The Flambeau follows our cus- make it through to April. He heard about some scholarships being no one paid him any mind because that's what all the studentssay

tom of having each editorial signed offered and so he applied, even though he had Just gone off academic who make less than a 2.0.

with the writers initials, howevera probation with the university. lie was greatly surprised and very happy So the young college student naively began the winter trimester,

search of the masthead turnedup when he received a letter saying he had been awarded a modest scholar- bolstered by the renewed vigor that he would get himself off probationwith
innumerable editors with every
room to spare or die trying.
conceivable set of initials--except Things started well for him; he made an A, a few B's, and a C on
R. M. We wonder what their
policyis the first round of tests, and he wrote horn to his folks that he was all
on ghost writers......
4 7 LITTLE SISTER straightened out grade-wise and was on the way again.

1964 will be remembered, If for Midway through the trimester, his bank-roll dwindled to less than

nothing else, as the year of the $10, as he expected it would, so he took a walk one day unsuspectinglyover

orange and blue. This garish col- to Tigert Hall.It .

or combination has a mysteriousway / / was time to pick up the remaining$75 of his scholarship money. He

of appearing in the most unlikely gave his I.D. card to the lady behind the desk as he had done the last

places. trimester, and waited to get the signed slip that would enable him to

Everyone, by low has surely get his money from the student depository."I'm .

noticed the "old orange and blue" sorry," the lady said sympathetically. "But we have ordersto

tags on Florida residents' cars. withhold any scholarship money that is supposed to go to a student
If this is U of F then
a plot they who made less than a 2.0."
have been highly successful. student somewhat startled.'
"Oh the college said
young
It is possible that uptown in the
"I'll have to call the dean of your college and get him to O.K. it
labyrinth of government offices
before you can get your money" she said.
there is a door with the title

"Commissioner in Charge of Selecting Down To $7.90"Oh

Obnoxious Auto Tag Co- ," the young college student said, feeling somewhat better.

lors" engraved on the frosted The next day, the student checked back with the sympathetic lady. lie

glass. If this Is true then it was down to $7.90 now and wanted his money."I .

would be also conceivable that on checked with your dean," the lady said in even a more sympathetic

the wall of that offices hangs a $ tone. "lIe said he was sorry but we couldn't give you money because you

diploma from The U of F. made less than a 2.0."
U, by chance you were thinking
,
"But it's MY money," the young, college student countered weakly.
of leaving the state to get away -
"Well, he said he was sorry," the lady said.
from these tags, as many people
The next day, with his immediate resources down to $6.72, the student
have threatened to do, then you
called the dean.
will be Jumping from the frying
"That's right," the dean said In sympathetic voice. "Sure was sorry
pan Into the fire.
Seems that in New York they LETTERS: I had to do that."

have a commissioner for select- "Why didn't you tell me this when you gave me the scholarship,"

ing colors for the Worlds Fair. Writer Hits New Orange PeelEDITOR the student asked."I .

Probably the only people who will Just thought the students would know," the dean explained. "ButI

be happy with his selection of : Peel, and students were lined up guess they didn't. We've had several in your boat this trimester."

orange and blue will be the "Ga- yesterday zestfully waiting for the The sympathetic dean suggested borrowing the needed funds from the

tors." For several weeks your news- fine articles that had been pro- university onashort-termbasls. This seemed like an excellent financial

According to the"New Yorker," paper has prominently advertisedthe mised. Well, NOP made its appearance stop-gap until a check with the dean in charge showed students on pro-
'
New York City is infested with coming of the New OrangeC' and it sickened the bation are not eligible to borrow money from the university.

cabs painted orange and blue. The hearts of those who had shelled University policy, it seems, is to inform the student in the scholar-

"New Yorker" adds that"the Pub- Courses ResultOf out 25$ expecting to get a good ship award letter that the second part of the money will be, In effect,

lic Relations Man in Charge of humor magazine. Starting with taken back If he does not make a 2.0.Didn't .

Taxi-Cabs" chose this color so as the nauseating cover, that fifth-
UF's System? Tell HimBut
to remind visitors to New York rate publication got sicker and
City of the World Fair. sicker. The "good fiction" that the letter our young college student received last fall said nothingof

The magazine also says, "lie EDITOR: editor Huguenin praised was not the kind. He was operating under the misconception that the $75

obviously chose this form of reminder forth-coming. The "Liberty" was his. The lady behind the desk in Tigert and the dean of his school

on the theory that the I Just finished taking aprogresstest story was out-of-place on a coed however, informed him differently.As .

orange and blue combination is too in C-32 and am distrubedby campus, and was downright un- we said at the beginning, this story is true. Luckily enough, the

unattractive to be the colors of any what I found. It is not the entertaining. The other stories student's part-time employment will keep him from having to drop

school or university.. Too bad first time that I have doubted the had neither plot nor ability In them out of school no thanks, however, to the university.We .

U of F doesn't have grads on the effectiveness of C courses but to justify the time spent reading personally, have always had quite a bit of faith in the university

"New Yorker" staff. this particular test was the last them. Still, naively believing thata officials. We think they do excellent job of administering to the needsof
Somewhere along the line the
straw. magazine so widely accepted and 14,000 students.
and blue drive" out
"orange got
The book, "Lord of the Flies"was publicized must surely con- However. ..
of hand. The new FSU fieldhouseis required reading and one of tain some elements of substance, We have always heard the administration didn't care if a student
with the colors
plastered orange the sets of questions was a para- many people plowed through. lived or died. This we don't mind. It is to be expected.But .
and blue. Unless some enter-
graph taken from the beginningof we don't like to see them fighting AGAINST the students.

prising groups offers to man the the book. The object of the Now a few parts were outstanding Perhaps it would be well to inform all.future scholarship winnersof
buckets and correct this
paint question was to insert names in though whether by their own any hidden "strings" so that administrative. "Indian-giving" could
it will be
oversight more
gross the blanks of the paragraph. merit or by comparison with the be eliminated.
than little if
Just embarrassing
a "Lord of the Flies" Is a social surrounding blather I won't Judge.
U of F here next .
play
we year.If
not, FSU students will have to commentary--a criticism of human Are the editors so far out of it The Florida Alligator
nature. It was full of sym-
that such nightmares as "Lost
put up with the Jeers that are
bound to come. bolism and the like. But this was Symbols," "Are Lose and Marri- Served by United Press International

In any case it will be interestingto not what the question asked for age Compatible?" (thank gosh I've Editor .. .. . .. .. .. ... . .. .. . .. .. ..Walker Lundy

see where the "old orange and nor did any other question touchon never been in Graeffe's classes Managing Editor .... ...... .. .. .... ... ... .. .. Bill Fuller

blue" will turn up next. this. The question only soughtto if he lectures like he writes), Assistant Managing Editor . . ... .. ... .. ..John Askins

RM determine how closely the book and "Brave New Women," are Editorial Editor ..... ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . Wayne jtorfleet

has-it that the was read. cited as being the type of litera- Sports Editor ... ... ... ... .. .. .. .. .. . ..Glenn Lam

FSU's Rumor field house is reason and I came to college for an edu- ture our students habitually Wire Editor ... ... ... .. ... . .. .. . .. .. . Bob Thomas

blue Is the result of orange a secret cation and was informed that I peruse? Can the Peelmate, grace- Feature Editor ....II.. .. . .. .. . .... .Cynthia Tunstall

pact,between Coaches Graves and would have to complete certain required ful Joyce Bleidner, be proud to Campus Living Editor .. .. .. .. .. .... ... Judy Lynn Prince
Peterson. courses that would give mea send this magazine home to her Editorial A sistants II II John Hancock, Ernie Lit*, Gail Sobering
foundation for knowledge and a folks? Nancy Zimmet, Betty Wendt Carl'
After each football gameone Betsy Garrison, Steve Vaughn,
building on the losers campus will broader scope in my thinking butI Hayes, and Sue Dobl!.ie. '
find that the C courses are If this atrocity is permitted by
be painted in the other schools'colors Reporters..Mike Power, Jim Castello, Phil Hevener, Joel Gaston
; In which case our friends nothing more than reading com- the non-go\erning Student GO\ern- Douglas Molitor, Donita Mathison, Sally Stock, Carol Nobls, Ann
prehension programs. I have not ment, then it is time the students Carter Joe Kollin
Pam
may as well resign themselves toa Pulley, Agnes Fowles, Bob De Loach,
been tested ideas and conceptsthat took steps, if by no other means
on Fran Snider Fred
Lane Kathrine Teich
campus that appears to have been Duda, Jean Fagot Judy
designed by a sea-sick chameleon.At are supposed to be the con- than to write and submit better Evan Engle, George Mims, Phil Gever, Don Federnan, Becky Quinn,

any rate, it'll blend well tent of the C courses but only manuscripts. The bottom has been Larry Zimmerman, Jackie Cornelius, Pat Hogan, Charner powell,
how well I read. reached; NOP can only go up, but
Patti
with the blushing bruises the Pitz, Gary Williams Don Davis, Terry Rogers, Sue Haugsted,
Seminoles display after each Possibly this is the result of it needs a big boost, and fast. Joyce Kilmer, George Elmore David Sumner Jay Haviser Joe

game.. ... the accelerated trimester sys- In its present state, this officially : Ziegler and Joy Cherry.
And, If for no other reason, the tem but I think not. It is, more sanctioned muck is a dis-

thought of a garnet and gold century likely, a result of poor planningand grace to our campus and an insult THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaper of

tower will provide enough team an inability to construct a to the mature student body. the University of Florida and is published five times weekly except
spirit to preclude any loss by the better method of testing. during the months of
May, June, and July, when a weekly issue is pub-
ators. Sandy Rhodes
lished. THE
FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is entered a* second class matterat
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MondayFeb.24,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 5
Gets



Shocked Freshmen Betas SeekSweetheart



Shock over the results of their ed. "Many good readers who want
reading tests propel to increase their
oreintation reading rate The members of Beta Theta PI
freshmen to seek out the come to the Lab."
many fraternity announced today the In-
Reading Laboratory and Clinic, of the Beta
nauguration this spring
"We find 3
assistantat patterns among the
Whitmer,graduate
David Sweetheart at UF.
program
poorer readers, Whitmer said.
said Tuesday.The .
the Lab., "There In plain terms this means the
are students with
located on the third high
Is
lab Hall. reading rates and low compre- '. 4 t. : Beta's are looking for one very
floor of Anderson attractive coed to serve as their
hension, low reading rates and high f.
sweetheart for the
"And the first progress test comprehension, and students low fraternity
in both." 1964-65 school year.
shocks a few more so that we are .
The new Beta Sweetheart will
busiest at the beginning of the +C
All students are treated on an receive a large rotating trophy
school year, he said. individual basis, he said. with her name on it for her organization -

Last summer the University hada a smaller trophy of
Lab saw 318 students In
The compared with the Janu- program designed to help pro- her own commemorating her reign,
October spective university students who a jeweled Beta Sweetheart Pin,
113.
of
ary figure were marginal according to their a boquet of Beta Roses, and a
senior placement tests. These : r special dance March 21 recognizing -
"The average reading rate of students enrolled for a logic her as Beta Sweetheart for
UF students is 300 words per course for Trimester B,for which the following school year.
minute," Whitmer said. He added they received credit, and were i Many of the independent candi-
... ..... .
to simi- -
<
this was comparable -
that given a basic course in readingand dates and all the sorority
lar student groups. writing at the same time. ART--UF STYLE presidents have been contacted,
but official announcement of the
"We get some of the Univer- "I assume there will be a similar is demonstrated by this painting which is part of sweetheart program comes tonight

sity's best readers, as well as program this summer," Whit- the display currently being shown in Norman Hall.I'n when the Beta's present formal
its poorest," Whitmer emphasiz mer said. application letters to each sorority

chapter.
.

Norman : It Could Be ArtBy I



PATTI PITZ art in a new relationship," he "Bachelor of Design in Art Edu- The art education major should l
Staff WriterIt said. cation" or from the College of have not only an interest in art
Secondly, these materials are Education with degree of"'Bachelor and teaching, but a good art back-
being used for financial reasons. of Arts in Education." ground, he said.
could be art: The printed "In public school art, materialsare Except for the wording, Tettle- There is a slowly growing trend
page, cellophane wrappers tossed not easy to come by becauseof ton explained that the degrees were toward men art education majors,
carelessly away as trash, the very limited budgets," Tettleton almost the same. The same Tettleton observed. These,
gravel and sand that cover Florida. added. courses are required by both however Intend to teach In the

Lining the wall of the east wingof "You could use anything," he colleges, with a similar stress on upper elementary grades.
Norman Hall are water color remarked In regard to the worksof electives in a specialized art field. Last year the College of Educa-
effects made from collages of art his students had executed. He feels that this is highly de- tion graduated only 12 art educa- I
tissue paper, mosaics of tattered Among the colorful compositionsin sirable. tion degrees, but Tettleton says
magazine print, and compositions the exhibit were landscapes, "It promotes a better working explained this was only part of the "We've Got
of sand and gravel. still lifes and geometrical themes relationship between the number of graduates In this field,
The connection with the recent made with melted wax, thread, colleges," he said. as other education majors were Beetle Mania
Fine Arts Festival, art students metalic foils, ticker tape, burlap, Tettleton feels that art is simply graduated from the College Fine Too"
enrolled in SCH 253 are exhibitingsome photographs, and yarn. "another form of communication." Arts.
---- ---- -
of the current methods usedin Tettleton explained that In SCH

elementary and secondary edu- 253, a required course for art
cation. education majors, as well as other YOUR ROUTE TO OPPORTUNITYwith
The school art exhibit will run art and education courses needed
through next week, and is one of for certification in art education,
several exhibits on display each the idea is stressed that studentsIn the Army and Air Force Exchange Service
trimester, he said. this field must be both artist
i One of the world's giant retailing organizations offers for
The use of such unusual mater- and teacher.An career opportunities
ials was begun for two reasons, art teacher must be an artist young graduates with limitless horizons. With over 11,000 retail, food and
Robert Tettleton, SCH 253 instructor first, Tettleton said. \ services outlets throughout the world, the Exchange Service employs .civilians
said. Presently the College of Educa- in a wide variety of positions second to none.If .

Tettleton explained\ that today, tion and the College of Fine Arts senior interested in
you are a college a career in the retailing field, and if
teachers try to stimulate the Ima- and Architecture are making a you are qualified, you can enter a one year training program prior to assignment
gination of their pupils and help joint effort to insure this balance at one of our installations in the U.S.
them to see and appreciate art in of teaching and artistic ability. You will be prepared for an executive or management *
unusual forms. "All art depthsare A student may graduate from t position that will enhance your
trying to make people see either Fine Arts with a degree of I professional growth and development as well

as your economic future and happiness.

GOP Senator Adds

Currently we are seeking college graduates with
Fire interests in the following fields:
Fuel To Barry's
RETAIL MANAGEMENT
Majors In Business Administration

missiles Liberal Arts, Marketing or Retailing.
persuaded" that U. S.
WASHINGTON (UPI) -- The top
Republican on the House Armed would do the job for which they PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT BS in Business AdminIstration -

Sen ices Committee Sunday added are dlsglned. Personnel Administration.Also .
fuel to Sen. Barry Goldwater'sfire Liberal Arts graduates.
with a warning that "thereis I Keller 1 I ARCHITECTURE-

some reason to question just Degrees in Architecture.
how reliable U. S. missiles are."
House GOP Whip Leslie C. (Continued From Pade I ) ACCOUNTING Accounting degrees.

Arends, 111., said the United States Should the court's opinion state FOOD MANAGEMENT-Hotel and Restaurant Administration
should get busy developing a new that Miss Keller is not qualified, majors.
manned bomber to replace the this will be the end of the issueas
aging B52 and B54 bomber fleets.He far as she is concerned, he
said even though U. S. missiles said.
are the"finest" in the world, "The Issue will be continued in
i something can always go wrong an effort to decide the delineations CAMPUS
mechanically. of authority between the Board of I INTERVIEWSwill

Goldwater, a bomber advocate, Student Publications and SG," be held onWEDNESDAY
has charged while campaigning for Kennedy stated.
the Republican presidential nomi- "The SPB is a real'committee' ,
nation that U. S. missiles are not effort. It recehes powers from FEBRUARY 26thOr
dependable. the President, the Board of Con- a ,;

Arends did not go that far, but trol, and from Student Government for further information, write to
his statements In a television Interview ," Kennedy said. "These r CHIEF, Career Management Branch
appeared certain to add various sources of authority must 4
ARMY and AIR FORCE
new heat that "
to the controversy be made harmonious.
Goldwater's charge sparked. "I have complete confidence in EXCHANGE SERVICE -

Rep. Carl Vinson, D-Ga., told Gerry Richman's compentence to '
the the technicalitiesand 8 West 14th Street, New York 11, N.Y.Laboratory .
House Rules Committee last wade through
week that his armed services com- come up with a Just and equit-
mittee members were "wholly able opinion," Kennedy said. -



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:SUWins 136107Florida's r UF Cagers '



swim team won eight the 100 and 200 yard butterfly d
16 events in the Southern In- events. He set meet, pool, and Face TechFlorida
>rcollegiate swimming meet in varsity records in the 200 yard
thens, Georgia this weekend, but fly and meet and pool) records (n faces a suddenly stunned
ill lost in overall team stand- the 100 yard fly. Georgia Tech basketball team here
gs to season long nemesis Flori- Dick Farwell was the only other tonight in a Southeastern Confer-
i State. double winner for tho UF as he ence (SEC) game that could fairly
The final results had Florida's took first place in the 100 and 200 A- well cinch the league title for Ken-
arsity second to FSU with a total yard backstroke. tucky.
107 points to 136 for their up- Bill Corbin and Sandy Chandler w Tech and Kentucky were deadlocked -
ate rivals. took the other first place finishesfor for first in the SEC until
Ray Whitehouse took first placethe the UF. CorbJn: set a meet, Tech was upset 81-68 by Georgia
400 and 200 yard individual pool, and varsity record on his way Saturday night in Athens.
edleys for Florida. He set a new to a 5:16.4 500-yard freestyle r Tech must win tonight and
fieet, pool, and varsity record victory. Chandler won the 100 against Vanderbilt Saturday, then
each event. yard breaststroke in the record hope for a Kentucky loss to Ala-
Captain Jerry Livingston cap- time of 1036. bama or Tennessee this week in
red two first place finishes fore The UF will swim Miami todayat order to regain a tie and possible
UF as he led the field in both Florida Pool at 3:00 p.m. chance for the title.
Tech will go into tonight's game
with a 9-3 SEC record, and is
Breakfast Special
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tors, the Engineers have found it

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Georgia to close out its
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Frosh Neffers




Win OpenerThe



I II UF freshman tennis team
I opened its 1964 season with a 7-2
victory over St. Petersburg Junior
College, Saturday.
Mark Graham, Hick Chase, Dill
Perrin, Joe Simon, and Dob Cohen
took individual matches. for
v Florida.
The next freshman opponent is
Central Florida Junior College at
fL Ocala on Feb. 28.
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Chi O's Down


AOPi 132Chi


Omega sorority won the Uluo
League basketball championship
as they downed Alpha OmicronPi
sorority 13-2. High scorer
for Chi Omega was Michael Sim-
mons with seven points.
Gall Cox and Detty Edwards did
the scoring for Alpha Omicron PI.


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Contest WinnerAnnounced




This weeks winner of the free

GD/FW is currently engaged in many outstanding projects involving dinner for two at Carmanella'sIs
Harold Rooke of PI Kappa Phi
atmospheric and space vehicles and systems. Energetic, creative fraternity. Mr. Rooke picked all

scientists needed now to help solve the intriguing but two games correctly and was
engineers and are the closest to predicting what the

problems involved in our many ambitious programs. To take advantage outcome of the Florida-Vanderbilt
!tame would be.Mural.
C5DFW'SOUTHWEST of the opportunities offered, contact your Placement Director, to

/ : determine when a General Dynamics/Fort Worth representative will be ResultsDorm

J. B. Ellis Industrial Relations Administrator- league bowling continuedat
or write Mr. ,
on campus, a torrid pace last week as

Engineering, General Dynamics/Fort Worth, P. 0. Box 748, Fort Worth, several sections began to pull out
In front of their brackets. Results
Texas. An equal opportunity employer. were: Y
Murphree M -Murphree L 612
Murphree D -Murphree A 755

INTERVIEW DATES: Feb. 27, 28; ON CAMPUS Sledd B 731 Thomas E 721
Murphree G 769Sledd F 721
Frame C over Thomas F (forfeit)
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Vanderbilt, bounced from Florida, meanwhile, was tors did come as close as 50-43
the Southeastern Conference(SEC) plagued with a season-long diffi shortly after play had resumed.
race after three straight league culty--free throws. Already the The Gators hit a respectable
losses, took out its troubles on foulest of the SEC foul shooters, 44 per cent of their floor shots,
the Florida Gators here Saturdaytht ranking last In the league In this but Vandy bombed away at a 53
GLENN LANEY in 91-78 fashion. department; the Gators missed 10 per cent pace. The Commodoresadded
Vandy dominated every phaseof of 16 In the first half and finishedthe 21 of 31 free throws to their
rf PIn ores Editor= the game. A little man, guard evening with a poor 14 of 27. 35 field goals, and these figures
I John Miller, a big man, 6-8 Clyde t The Gators did come up witha were too much for the Gators to
our latest cage contest the very first game of which our readers Lee, blazing team speed and foul fairly well-rounded scoring attack overcome.
had to pick the outcome was the Tennessee-Alabama game. shooting consistency proved to be though, as all starters hit
Of the 100-odd entries only two people picked Alabama to beat the main factors In the Gators un- double figures. Dick Tomlinson's Vanderbilt Md. Md.ReTtl..
Tennessee. As most of you know by now these two people were right. doing. 18 points was tops, followed by Att. Att. bndsF. Pt.
Alabama, who couldn't even beat Florida two weeks ago, upset mighty Miller, a talented ball handler, Brooks Henderson and Paul Mor- Grace 2 1 0 0 4 4 2
Tennessee 67-64. led all scorers with 27 points, ton with 14 and 13, respectively.The Taylor 7 2 2 2 5 4 6
This correlates very closely with another contest which is much hitting eight of 13 field goal attempts Lee 12 7 10 5 8219
before the public eye, one in which everyone Is predicting that the and 11 of 12 from the char- game's opening minutes Miller 13 8 12 11 4 2 27
outcome will be. And, as in the Tennessee-Alabama game, everyone is ity stripe. The six-foot guard were played on even terms. The Schurlg 124 2 I 4 5 9
the score had been tied four times 4 1 3 1 9
predicting obvious. also played a sterling defensive Calvert 4 2
I refer of to the Liston Cassius and was In an 11-11 knot when 2 112415
course Sonny Clay heavyweighttitle game. Twice he stole the ball Green 107
fight tomorrow night. from F''''rlda,raced downcourt and Vanderbilt pulled ahead for good Thomas 3 2 0 0 1 1 4
Only Clay, dares to predict the lifting of the crown from Sonny's head. scored for Vandy on layups. with 14 minutes remaining In the TOTALS 623530 21 41 2391
Well Cassius, good buddy, add another believer to your camp. Lee, the heralded sophomore, first half.
No, I am not crazy and I do know something about the fight game. contributed 19 points and was tough By intermission the Commo- Florida Md. Md.ReTtl..
After listening to Clay for the last couple of months, he has finally under the boards with eight rebounds dores had opened the gap to a Att. AU. bnds.F.Pt.
sold me his bill of goods. along with another big comfortable 46-34 lead. Florida Toml1nson 16 9 3 0 10 4 18
I saw the second Floyd Patterson-Liston fight and I know how devastat- sophomore, 6-6 Ron Green, who never mounted any real threat in Morton 105 6 3 8513
ing Sonny ca be. In fact, Sonny hit Floyd so hard with a straight captured 12. the second half, although the Ga- Highley 9 5 2 2 8 4 '12
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right to the head In that first and last round that both of Floyd's feet .e ..... -,mr fn .wrt Baxley 155 1 0 2310
were lifted off the canvas. Henderson 11 4 11 6 7 4 14
This could also happen toprettyboyClaybut I don't think the "Bear" Peek 4 1 2 1 2 1 3
Is going to catch him. Koss 7 3 2 2 208
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Everyone *laughed* when Patterson's "Bum of the Year" turned out w ) ; Scrawl i it on the bath-

to be a big, blonde clumsy Sweede by the name of Johannsen. After room mirror. Being
the fight, no one was laughing, least of all Patterson.In .
without this number
the first Patterson Liston fight, Sonny caught Floyd by surprise.In .
the second fight, Floyd had too much pride to run. Cassius will 3w is. like being without
neither be surprised or too proud to get on his bicycle and go, go, go. j4 the most delicious
Liston will do more road work in the ring tomorrow night than he
ever has done in preparing for any fight. All the time young Cassius i sandwiches in town.
will be popping away with lightning fast left Jabs. 6-1252
Sonny will be infuriated and the angrier he gets, the better chance
his 6 feet 3 opponent from Lousivllle will have.
When one stops to compare just the facts, the 7-1 underdog Clay has ALAN'S CUBANA
no chance whatsoever.
Fight-wise, Clay has only had 19. True, he did knock out "Ancient Next to Seagle Bldg.
Archie Moore," but Moore was just what his name implies -- ancient. FREE DELIVERY
Sonny has lost only one of almost 40 fights. His one loss was to a ----_ A 1 .a i b- _n F___
virtual unknown who has slipped into the dim and dirty past which is MONT HIGHLEY .
the fight game.Physically The PIPE CORNER
speaking, Sonny once again dominates the statistics. .goes high for the opening -
His 84-inch reach is two Inches longer than Clay's. His chest normal i tipoff. This was the only -
J Is only one-half-inch smaller than Clay's expanded. Sonny's huge fist time the Gators were ,
Is over three inches bigger than the challengers.Only .
one thing Is not in Sonny's ever in the game.

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