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I Court Rules Out TV Witnesses In Ruby TrialDALLAS I



(UPI) The Texas A favorable ruling would halt gracefully accepted Mrs. Mildred the shooting on television. The because the prospect once had
Supreme Court yesterday quickly the trial, since 96 per cent of McCollum although she said she defense has only six challengesleft. worked in the numbers policy
rejected a defense request to dis- panelists questioned said they saw saw a telecast of the shooting.But The prosecution used one racket.
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qualify "television witnesses" as the televised shooting of Lee Belli then exercised two challenge Monday. Thirteen were called Monday.
jurors in the Jack Ruby murder Harvey Oswald. more of his 15 peremptory chal- Dlst. Atty. Henry Wade used Nine were dismissed for cause because -
trial and defense attorney Melvin The third juror, an attractive lenges to dismiss veniremen, Including -' the third of his challenges to get because they said they had
Belli threatened to go to the U.s. mother of six, was chosen as the a telephone company engineer rid of a panelist acceptable to the opinions or opposed the death
Supreme Court. trial entered its second week. Belli who said he had not seen defense. Wade indicated it was penalty.




The Florida AlligatorVol.56No.l03



University of FloridaGainesville Tuesday, Feb.25, {b'64I




I Greypup Bus Proposal Delayed Again; -I IBy




DON,FEDERMAN mental. He added was to be an the month of December when it car- utes on University Avenue. supplemental system."
Staff Writer express from the campus to ried an estimated 3,000. studentson Shaw added the buses were In
City commission last night delayed the courthouse. It will run from a trial basis. good operating condition and that Edwin Andrews said he thoughtthat
again U. proposed campusto 10 a.m. 7 p.m. every hal fur, Student body Pres. Ken Ken- new routes could be Initiated on a before any shuttle service be
city bus service (Greypup) Monday through Saturday aid will nedy and treasurer Fred Lane saida trial basis. inaugurated, the problem shouldbe
by adopting a proposal for summit cost 10 cents each way. high-speed jitney express ser- Members of the commission said worked out by the existing
meeting between UP student body Also present at the meeting was vice like Greypup is needed for they felt there was a problem in transit system. If unsuccessful,
officials, city manager William Jim Wunderllch, vice-president of the student body. city transportation now. he said, he would welcome any
Green and City Transit Co.owner, the Gainesville Merchants Speaking for the City TransitCo. But Commissioner WiUiam supplemental service.
Woodrow Shaw. Association, who said the downtown ., Shaw said a bus now ran every Sutherland said, "ThisCityTransit -
The proposal, drawn by merchants were anxious to hour from downtown to the J.HilUs ) Is a public transportation sys- Although Commissioner E. B.
Commissioner Edwin H. Andrews, get as many students downtown as Miller Health Center, passing tem providing transportation for Turlington supported Wunderlich
passed 50. easily as possible, and that the through campus. He said also a all citizens. It Is not fair to and Gren up backer Gordon God-
The meeting last night was a service had proven Its worth during bus can be caught every 15 mln- cut away part of a business for a frey's contentions,the commission

repeat performance of last week's --r--- ..ea.- ... K- lll: LIL ... .. .i __ voted unanimously for Andrews'
meeting that saw James Wershaw, proposal.
Greypup lawyer, present a list of
advantages for the service. He r r After last night's meeting, Ken-
stated the line was not to competewith nedy said a summit meeting wouldbe
City Transit Co. but supple- held "sometime next week."


Kennedy Kits Albanians




At AlligatorKen A Take OverMOSCOW

(UPI) -- The Soviet
Kennedy, SG president,Fri-
day charged the Alligator with government Monday disclosed that
turning the Barbara KellerBoardof Albania has seized five SovietEm-
Student Publications bout Intoa Q g bassy buildings In Tirana, capi-
"sob sister story." tal of the tiny Balkan Communist
state which is allied with Com-
munist China in the political and
"I was quoted Friday as con-
sidering The Alligator a little t Ideological dispute with Moscow.

biased' in its coverage of eventsin .,. ------.. ---.,--.. 5 _0;"" .. The disclosure was made in the
the case," Kennedy said. "This A FLORIDA MAN NEEDS NO INTRODUCTION official Soviet government news-
Izvestla. It said Moscowhad
out of context and the paper
wrong was impression." gave .admits Glenn Laney, 2UC, as he shows off a wardrobe standard of every Florida protested the "hostile acts"

Man--the Beetle wig. He quickly pointed out after this picture was taken that the International and termed them diplomatic unprecedented practice.It In.

"A proper statement should have wig wasn't his. (Photo by Carolyn Johnston) demanded their Immediate re-
been that The Alligator in its turn.
played Miss Keller
reporting
up In London authoritative
sources
and her plight than the real
more PalatkaEn said that Albania seized at least
Issues and facts," he said. "The JohnsonToStopAt
two Soviet submarines and a quantity
situation Is not as clear cut as it
of weapons shortly after rela-
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would
appear. tions between the Soviet Union and

Route To Miami Dinner Albania were broken off two years
The main problem Is a break- ago. The submarines were basedat
down in communications which led the Adriatic port of Valona,
to the confusion over quali- WASHINGTON (UPI) -- The House around noon, Thursday, Fountainbleu Hotel sponsored by the sources said, and Albania refused -
fications, he added. The conflict White House announced Monday plans to fly to Jacksonville,wherehe the Democratic state committee. to return them despite pro-
over who has authority over the that President Johnson has addeda will board a helicopter to pro- Then, according to present plans, tests and threats from Moscow.
matter is the real issue. northern Florida stop to the trip ceed to Palatka, and take partIn he will fly back to Washington Izvestia said a main embassy
he will make to Miami Thursdayfor dedication of a section of the Thursday night. building, two administrative build
"The conflict of authority should a Democratic fund raising Cross-Florida Barge Canal. The White House said the Presi- ings and two residences were taken -
have been stressed more than the dinner. Johnson's tentative schedule, dent will be accompanied by Mrs. over by the Albanians last
'sob sister' angle," he said. The president, leaving the White with details still to be worked Johnson. Thursday.

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by helicopter to reboard his jet
Readers Surveyed transport plane and head on to Leaders Pervade f "
Miami, arriving about 5 p.m.EST.
The president will speak, I
II pro- Representatives of Student Government,sororitiesfraterniJ:?
UF students favor freedom of the press up to a point. The bably at around 8:30 or 8:45 p.m., ties, clubs, and other UF organizations met all day Saturday : %
point, according to Journalism researcher Bertrand Heflln at the fund raising dinner In the
I for an annual leadership conference sponsored by Florida r%
is 80 per cent, 100 per cent being complete freedom in his I Union Board and SG.
survey. Students in JM 601, communications research, based : Dean of Student Affairs Lester L. Hale spoke to the group
their conclusion on a survey they conducted using The Alligator. on the value of effective communications among student
Six questions were asked of the 200 participating students. W&li' UF Cagers leaders and administrative leaders. Other guests Included
"The Alligator was chosen for the study because we needed / FU Director W.E. Rion, FU Program Director Dr. Delbert ry
a specific medium the students would be familiar with," Sterrett, Student Body President Ken Kennedy, and Sandra
Heflln said. Upset Tech Scales.
There is no specific Information concerning The Alligator m I The 60 students attended case studies and discussions led
because the study was not made for that purpose, he said. by Dr. William Rosenbaum, Frank Glinn, and W.T. Corcem.
However, he added,three fourths of those interviewed expressed "
.; General Interest topics Included "What Is a Leader? led
an interest in seeing state and national news in The Alligator.Of f See Story ': by SG Treasurer Fred Lane; "Parliamentary Procedure," .
those questioned, juniors most favored a liberal press. by Robert Lashbrook; "How to Put on an Effective Program," '---:.
None advocated complete freedom of the press. Women students by W.T. Coran; and "Public Relations," led by Tom Kirby 4 I
were much more conservative than men. :; Page 8 I' and Joe Marlnelll.I fJ.w/

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Page 2 The Florida Alligator Tuesday,Feb.25, 1964 11.11

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Guest NightThe Forestry ClubThe

y Forestry Club will
mee
Chi Phis are kicking off Thursday in Room 2, McCarty
the International Student guest Hall.

., night tonight. Guest speaker will be Courtney
The international students will Roberts of the Gainesville POlice
,
'ss be guests of the house for dinner Dept.
I IY and will remain for the activities Safety precautions and practical
irJs afterward. discussed.used for t1 rearms will be


Officers ElectedNewly Real Estate ClubThe

elected officers of the
Real Estate
Club will
,: Democrats are:Andy Perci- meet
Young
tonight at 7 p.m., Room
4t I' g fl val, president; Bob Mounts, vice- Florida Union. 208,

JJ president; Chris Tompkins,secre- interested are invited.
C o tary; and George Blaha,treasurer.

.1 r.u, es
ii M Golf AssociationThere

s ,,, s r will be a meeting of all
Circle KChartered persons interested in forming the
UF Golf Association in the pro
w __ $ shop at the University Golf course,
7:30 p.m., Thursday.Insurance .
TEN "LlTTLE'SISTERS" I INITIATED

.at the ATO House last Sunday were (front row, left to right) Paula Hicks, DG; The UF Circle K Club becamea SocietyThe

Anne Hankins, Jeanne Coli DG; Jean Eagleson, KD; Marsha Mase, ADP. Second formally recognized organization Insurance Society will meet

Row, left to right) Christie King, DG; Charlene ThomassonAOP; Dewey Reilly,. during ceremonies at Fridayat a special at 7 p.m. tonight in the Johnson
and banquet
Maureen and Brown. The "Little Sisters" selected program Lounge. Speaker will be George
DDD; Ramsey Cathy are on a very the Student Service Center.
specialized basis and attend ATO social events, act as hostesses and instruct ATO The UF Club is now an opera-

pledges in etiquette and social graces. ting member of Circle K Inter-
national, the largest campus ser- Cappa.STUDENTS
vice organization in North

I Billy The Kid' Coming America.Principle speaker at the charter
night ceremonies was Dr. JamesW.
Norman, Past Governor of the ona
The "Billy the Kid" ballet with acclaimed In some 41 countries glittering state party at the Whltp Florida Kiwanis District and for-
music by Aaron Copeland will high- including the Soviet Union for its House.In mer Dean of the UF College of
light the performance by the Amer- performances of dance spectacles, eleven episodes, the ballet Education. Dr. Norman's addresswas BUDGETNEED
Ballet Theatre on the UF campus dramas and comedies of the classic depicts the pioneering of the Westas entitled "What It Means to
tomorrow.The and contemporary ballet. Illustrated by Incidents In the Serve." THE
program, a Lyceum Council Now In Its 24th year as a com- life of Billy the Kid, the famous Robert Lee, Governor of the
extra, Is scheduled to begin at pany, the Ballet Theatre has outlaw who was born William Bon- Florida Circle K District and aUF NATIONALClothing
8:15 p.m. In University Audi- developed "a repertory unmatched ney In New York City at the closeof student, Installed the club's Store
torium. anywhere" according to New York the Civil War. charter officers. The officers
The 100-member company,considered Times Critic Agnes de Mllle. The three leading protagonistsof are Chip Schneider, treasurer; Ave.
208 W. Univ.
the ballet are Billy, danced
by many critics as Last year the company Donald Deakin, secretary; Jack
America's best, has been performed "Billy the Kid" for a by John Kriza; Billy's best friend, Stephenson, vice-president; and NOTE: SPECIAL SERVIC
Pat Garrett, danced by Joseph
Bill McCollum, president.
Carow and Alias, Billy's nemesis, FORU.F. STUDENTSII
Master of ceremonies for the
who provokes him into one kill
I was John Hoover,Presi-
Heart Fund Totals JumpCampus after another, danced by Peter dent program of University City Kiwanis ALTERATIONS AT

Club of Gainesville of
Saul.All sponsors SPECIAL LOW PRICES
Heart Fund Drive totals drive chairman Al Schlechter.In seats to performance are the club.
,
Jumped to $1,247 yesterday as 75 the fraternity and sorority reserved. Tickets are on saleat The UF Circle K faculty advisor 'I'
sorority and fraternity members contests for two annually awarded the Information Booth across is John Paul Jones, School "Waist of Pants Made
made door-to-door Heart Sunday trophies, Phi Delta Theta and Phi the street from the Student Ser- of Journalism and Communications. Smaller
collections in Gainesville residen- Mu are presently in the lead with vice Center on campus. Circle K meets each Wed- or SOc
tial areas. collected contributions. The con- Adult tickets are $2 and student nesday evening at 6:30 PM In Larger. .
With $263 added yesterday, test deadline Is midnight February tickets $1.50. Room 212 of the Florida Union.
totals for the UF drive are still 29, only six days away. -_.. _-
$763 short of the $2,000 goal for
1964. The Heart Fund Drive is a
Rain slowed money raising this nationally sponsored SPE project
weekend for the Sigma Phi Epsilon against the nation's "number one See What'sgsk LENGTHEN or shorten
(SPE) sponsored drive,said UF killer," cardio-v Scu1 rdlseases. New in Pants. .
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Tuesday, Feb.25,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3
Castro Offers To Discuss
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Shell Refinery PaymentsLONDON The Story BehindA


Gator ClassifiedStrange

(UPI) -Cuban Premier finery in 1961 sent Anglo-Cuban directly connected.
Fidel Castro has offered to begin relations dipping to an all time low, Well informed trade circles saidit items appear In the Gator Classifieds.
discussions with the Shell Oil Com- and seriously affected British bus- was not likely Shell would open For Sale .. "Close out on roommate's clothes. Due back
pany about compensation for their inessmen's confidence in dealing negotiations with Castro until it with Gator Guard at three o'clock Wednesday. Don't wait.
refinery in Cuba, it was learned with the Havana government.In has had talks with other major Bargain day."
here officially Monday.The recent months, however,Bri- oil companies.The Putting ads in the Alligator is one way Florida students
Castro government seized tain has begun to do some big attempt to make money--but to advertise a roommate's
the refinery, estimated to be worth business with Cuba again,and drew sources said that American clothes?
about $28 million, in mid-1961. strong criticism in Washingtonover oil installations were seized about The story began when Pat McDonnell Jr.,2UC and a member i
A foreign office spokesman,said the bus deal. the same time as the Shell refinerywas of the Gator Guard, went to New Orleans to march in the Mardi ..,..:
in January, about the time Britain Official sources here empha- taken over, and it was not Gras parade. ,:.
concluded a $10 million dollar bus sized that, although the new move considered likely that Shell would While he was gone, his roommate in Hume Hall, James W
deal with Cuba, Castro let it be open negotiations until similar McCamphil, 2UC, decided to play a trick on McDonnell. ;
known through the British Embassyin on Shell came about the same timeas promises have been made In McCamphil put a "Sale" sign in the window. On the door he
Havana that he would be pre- the bus negotiations were com- respect 0 f the American listed such items of his roommate's for sale as a "fantasticbath
pared to talk with the Shell Com- pleted, the two matters were not properties. robe" and "rejected madras from Ghant." '
pany. McCamphil said he thought about a grab bag from McDonnell's
bureau drawers. He'd sell all the clothes in a drawer for :
Shell here had no immediate FBK Applications a dollar. McCamphil debated about moving everything out '
confirmation of the reports, and of the room to really shock McDonnell, but decided it was
it was not known whether they had 4 too much trouble.To '
yet replied to the Castro offer. make the trick complete, McCamphil put an ad in the
The seizure if the Shell reNEW Deadline FridayAbsolutely Alligator Feb. 12. 4

He said, "the Alligator left out the word 'clothes.' The ;
.r-" way the article read, 'close-out on roommate's sounded < :
no applications for of the university. It is not affllli- like I was selling roommates."
LOCATION Florida Blue Key (FBK) member- ated with any national organiza- "I did not get any phone calls on the ad," McCamphil
ship will be accepted after 5 p.m. tion.Florida n, said. "All the guys in the section already had spread the word
this Friday, according to Charlie Blue Key sponsors wt t around campus that the stuff was last year's madras. When
Kiser's Wells, FBK president. Homecoming. and the annual Home- b1 Pat came back, I tried to sell it back to him."
Applications are available at coming Banquet which, since the 1 What did McDonnell say when he returned and saw the .x:.
the Florida Union desk. first one in 1929, has become an m signs advertising his clothes for sale? .
Requirements to apply are com- Important statewide event. He just laughed."Army t
OFFICE EQUIPMENTNow pletion of six trimesters or 70 I.t: ;: : ". .......B
'{$*.: :,,'::>:#x: :1:: .$ .1 i_ :' ':4 :: "' : & 8. :" : :
At hours, a 2.0 average, and partici- Other activities Include the International -
pation in three extra curricular Host Program, designed -
604 N. Main Street
activities, excelling in one. to help foreign students Sweethearts"
Florida Blue has traditionallybeen become acquainted with oui
comprised of the university's customs, and the Speakers Bureau.
outstanding graduates and under- This latter organization sends
with 3 times the Serve As
SponsorsMore
room graduates ft nee Its foundingin student speakers to various civic
we previously had, & 1923. organizations all over the stateas
4 times the equipment.Still The fraternity is founded on ser- "good will" representativesof female! In uniform have said, "The purpose of the group
vice and dedicated to the welfare UFoerman "Invaded" the UF campus. is to lift the morale of the Army
crowded with bar- First it was Angel Flight. Nowthere's ROTC."

gains: another group. "The girls were originally
New Faces Appear The group, referred to In the chosen as sponsors for the cadets.
36 used adding machines past as the "Army Sweethearts," This was only a temporary situa-
has come up with everything froma tion. The new group will be permanent -
66 used typewritersin In Next ProductionFlorida constitution to uniforms. The The constitution has been
i stock at present, and only thing they are lacking Is a written and is up for the second
name. reading, awaiting approval," he
of vie sell the
course will will and Mrs.An-
Players present play Mr. According to Maj Phillip E, said.
world famous OLYMPIA several new faces in the cast of thony.
Traupane, "The cadets are to sub "At present there are 16 girls
their next production, "The Great Judith, a secretary, will be done The
portable manual and mit a name for the sponsors. serving as sponsors. group
God Brown,"directed by Dr.Rich- by Diane Pelfry, and Tom, an office Jean Maynard, president of the will perpetuate Itself through a
electric typewriters.You ard Mason. boy, will be presented by groups, said the uniforms will rush system," said Welch.
Among the new-comers will be Joseph Carrol. Al Kirk will be blue skirts Officers of the Jean
are really missinga include "red blazers, group are
Mike Beistle, seen as Billy Brown. playing a businessman, and Wil- and
blue brigade
have red ascots, and caps. Maynard, president
if not
treat
you liam Gynne will appear as a de- "We will be right with the cadets sweetheart; Sonny Hamilton, vice-
tried our new OLYMPIA.Just Jerry Rhodes will appear as Dion tective. and more concerned with them president and 1st battalion sweet-
call FR 2-9607. Anthony. Sandra Scales, also appearing Other minor characters will be instead of ourselves as a group," heart; Bonnie Hauchett, secretaryand
for the first time, will played by Lea Gramllng, Harry she added. 2nd battalion sweetheart; Mary
Service is our specialty. portray Margaret, and Sara Jo Hayes, Alan Armstrong, Peter "Each girl has been assigned toa Pleger,treasurer and 3rd battalion
Kiser's Edlin will create Cybel. Winker, Pat Frank, Rual Chand- company or battalion." sweetheart; and Diane
Mathew Moore and Anne Mor- ler Carol Boyd and Philip Gib-
Jim Welch, assistant S-l and Quattlebaum, liason officer and 4th
gan will play Mr. and Mrs.Brown, erson. the battalion sweetheart.
week Sat liason officer for sponsors,
5 days a noon 1 and John Greiss and Ellen Bat- Anyone interested in working on

costumes, set construction,lights,

props come to or Norman make-up Hall is Auditoriumany invited to Sen. Mathews Here Today I

week night at 7:30.

Gubernatorial candidate John E. County is to meet with sororityand
PatronizeGator Mathews will be on campus today fraternity house mothers at
for a round of fast-moving appear- the Phi Kappa Tau house at 10:30:
ances with student and faculty a.m., attend a luncheon at the Uni-
groups. versity Faculty Club at 11:45: a.m.
and a reception with the facultyat
Advertisers
4 p.m. at the Gainesville Wo-
The state senator from Duval men's Club. lie will speak at the

Florida Blue Key banquet at 7 p.m.
Mathews, 44, was born in Jack-
sonville and received an A.B.
VIA Up ? degree from Emory University and
an L.B. from Harvard Law School.


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i EDITORIAL: !
LIIfY

College CostsSkyRocketing Freedom's Battle


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EDITOR: It was a dramatic epilogue to a

Costly thy habit as thy purse century of fighting and bloodshed.The .

I can buy, Sixty-nine years ago, on Feb. nation that for so long had

But not expressed in fancy; rich 24, 1895, all along Cuba resoundeda struggled for its liberty,once having -

not gaudy;..... cry "Liberty or death." That attained it, gave itself to the

And the age old and oft quoted cry marked the beginning of a task of reconstruction. After fifty.

I advice from the bard seems especially three year war that was to free six years of republic the Cuban

1 cogent in light of the following ttdi Cuba from a foreign dominion.POLICY people achieved remarkable pro-

I information... O gress in many respects. Of course,

? President Ralph E. Gauvey, of during that length of time, errors

I I Roger Williams Junior College in took place. It could not be other-

Providence R. I. said that the The Alligator, beginning wise for a nation, inexpert In

I next ten years will usher in a ten today, adopts two newpoli- the art of self-government, and

thousand dollar increase in a four cies with regards to faced with the gigantic task of

year college education..bringing Letters to the Editor. remaking an economy modeled on

the tab in a state supported Institution i&c "'T They are: colonial structures and laid waste

to a neat thirty thousand --all signers will include by years of bitter war. Yet, the

dollars.He number Cubans, joined by the common love
a telephone
goes on to mention that the
for the motherland, were able to
be reached -
where they can
total cost of tuition, room and
II the fact they overcome all difficulties. It is
to verify
meals will soon reach $5,000 annually -
true that on occasions the star of
IN STATE SUPPORTED IN- actually wrote the letterto
liberty that had shone that Feb.24
STITUTIONS. Private Institu- which their name is ,
seemed obscured by veils
of
; tions, naturally, are a little more signed.
tyranny. Yes Cuba has had
I expensi ye.j --names no longer will its
After the Initial shock of the LETTERS: be withheld unless the writer tyrants. But it is also true that

figures wore off, we pulled out can show good reason on those occasions the old battle-

r our trusty calculator and began for such action. cry for liberty shook the whole
( Writer Amused By Article...At FirstEDITOR
nation. And Cuba has set
I figuring the expenses of a typical The first of these two always

I U F budget..the results were policies is designed to stop Itself free from its opressors.For .

,; somewhat astounding. : fore being much more modern than any bogus letters from appearing among the virtues of the

A typical answer gleened from our" hallowed (In some cases hollow in the pages of The Cuban people one stands out: their
acquaintances was "If you'll give love for freedom.
I was extremely amusedat -- ) halls. If the UF were build Alligator.
me $5,000 and a part time job, first--when I read the articlein about 1957, I'm sure our campus The second is to prevent Today Cuba finds itself in a

I could pay for my whole under- Wednesday's Alligator by would be quite similar to USF or people from launching an situation similar to the one suffered -

graduate education." Charles Capitano referring to the Florida Southern in Lakeland. attack against their pet 67 years ago. Again Cubais
1 Since the UF is currently conducting -
University of Florida as a" machine Another quote from Mr. Capi- peeve while hiding behind under foreign rule. Yet this
aimed at
t its own survey like university." The first tano: '"The staff appears to be that nebulous cloak of secrecy time Cubans are fighting the most
educational costs
determining wewon't several paragraphs were true to of higher quality and also appearsto called "Name With- ferocious despotism humanity has
; attempt to second the
guess form of life here at the UF, and show more interest in the sub held." ever known. They are fighting a

: findings however of In Dean Hale's committee to Presi-; Interesting material to read. ject matter." I beg to differ with If a readerwants to bUster regime that corrupts the soul while
comparison
dent affluent students Mr. Capitano then stepped into him on this point. It is hard to a university institutionor killing the body. They are fighting

Cauvey's the meat of the subject and list- believe that better qualified teach an Individual, then so be a wave of murder and opprobiumthat
( the Florida man well be the
barefoot country may cousin of his ed the sore points of college life ers will choose a college where all it. But he must be willing has enslaved almost half of

spendthrift Rhode Island counter- on our campus. Mr. Capitanosays the schools are not yet fully accredited to take the accompanying the world population and threatensto

"Classroom facilities are over one of considerable responsibility. advance on till stopped. And

part.Of course we'd rather think of years in advance of the University prominence in the South. For the Cubans are fighting valiantly.

of Florida." He is referringto Instance Edgar W. former Testimony of their courage are
it as being the prudent serious Kopp, A CriticEDITOR
j college student being compared the University of South Floridain assistant dean of engineering at Quite the tales of those who are able

1 with the velvet slippered playboy Tampa. It must not have oc- the UF, will leave here soon to become to reach free soil and tell the

I of the gilded cage..and the high cured to our disgruntled transient the FIRST Dean of Engine- : world of boys that become martyrsand
student from the USF that the UF who face the firing squad with
cost of learning, for us, doesn't ering at the USF. There are now Might I as a representative of
Include nearly so many fringe has been situated in Gainesville 250 students enrolled in the PRE- "The Old Country" sur- the word "freedom" on,their lips.

benefits.... since 1905. USF has been open engineering curriculum at South prise at the American express Evidence of their decision is the

W. C. N. for about five or six years,there- Florida. Congratulations, Dr. reverencefor abnegation with which Cubans repeat -
George Washington at time
a
Kopp, for supplying USF with this their attacks against a country
when such national
leaders
I academic assistance. as Cas- controlled by one of the strongest
Peel Editor Answers CriticEditor's tro are castigated in the news?
With the less than 5000 stu- powers existing. All that without
If it's not true that Washingtonnot
dents at the USF it probably is dismaying for" indifference dis-
( Note--The following is publication can only hope that some merely repudiated an oath of
easier to live played by some of the so called
on a more personal
an answer to a Letter to the Edi- portion of each issue will appealto loyalty to his king,he also malignedthe "
freedom nations of the
basis with one's fellow students.Mr. loving
tor from Miss Sandy Rhodes that a large segment of readers. nation that had defended the
And that brings to another Capitano might be even hap- colonialists world.In .
appeared yesterday criticizing me from the French and
pier at one of Florida's small spite of all those who, in the
current Issue of the New Orange point. I was very disappointedthat Indians? Furthermore it cannotbe
chessboard of international poll-
junior colleges.
Peel.) you failed to elaborate on South Florida is central- denied that he won the war In spite of all those who, in
more
_Dear Miss Rhodes, what you termed the"outstanding"parts ized and more modern that the by inciting England's traditional the chessboard of international
"
'
When I first read criticisms while being so specific about and mortal enemies on the
your politics, seek to perpetuate a sta-
UF, but I wonder if the same arti-
of the latest New Peel the things you disliked.As continent to participate, and thus tus
my cle would have been written had quo which is an affrontto every
first that dad is to endanger England's safety. Such
thought was
your self-respecting human being, the
for whether our Peelmate, its author not suffered sociallyor
i a campus cop. After a little more ingratitude has not been experi- epic of the Cuban people shall not
Joyce Bleidner, is "proud to send academically at the UF. A
however I realized that enced since,even by the Americansin
thought
be in vain. Cuba has never tolerated -
this magazine home to her folks, deeper and more sound education
you certainly are free to form any Latin America. With respectfor masters. Cuba shall regain -
I can only ask why not. Girls in just might be harder to get at
opinions you wish though In aU bathing suits, much scantier than a uni ersity established in 1853 such a gentlemen so prevalentin its liberty; or it shall dis-
fairness I must refute yours. America, how can Americans from the of nations.J. .
Miss Bleldner's, can be seen on than one established in the mid- appear scope
I The first that bothers condemn Castro? Buttari
thing me J.
1950's.If
any beach anytime, and it is hard .
is your use of generalizations. You to find a beautiful young woman it is convenience and comfort t John King Cuban Rev. Committee

wrote: "It sickened the hearts who is proud of it. Surely your you see, Tampa Is 135 miles away.

of those who' had shelled out 25 mind did not read something obscene If it's an education you seek,you're The Florida AlligatorServed
cents and later "..
I : .manypeo- into her picture. getting it.
still plowed 'through." Let's
ple Your one strong point, Miss Laird Gann by United Press International

i confine ourselves to how you felt, Rhodes, is also one of my pet Editor ......... .... .. .. .... ...... .. .......... .. ..Walker Lundy

Miss Rhodes, not how you think contentions--your statement thatit Managing Editor .. ........ ....... ... .. ...... ..... .Bill Fuller

"many people" felt. is time "students took steps... Cause UnfortunateEDITOR Assistant Managing Editor .... .... ... ...... .. ..John Askins

You also stated that people buying to write and submit better manu- Editorial Editor ....... .. .... ....... .. .. .. .. ?Wayne Korfleet

f the magazine did so, "expect- scripts." It is Indeed unfortunatethat : Sports Editor ... ... .. .. .. .. ... .... .. .. .. .....cienn Laney

I ing to get a good humor maga- we must resort to Harvard Congratulations on your rapid, Wire Editor ... .. ... ....... .... .. .. .. .. ........ .Bob Thomas

)( zine." You then neglected to praise the University of Pittsburgh for extensive and accurate coverageof Feature Editor .. .. ....... ... ... .. ...... .. Cynthia Tunstall

t or condemn any of this portion material. SGER picketing at the Florida Campus Living Editor ...... ..... .. ... .... .. .... Judy Lynn Prince
,' of the book, a portion that we think Theater. While it is unfortunatethat Editorial Assistants..John Hancock, Ernie Litz, Gall Sobering,

i is very good--expecially in the Issue From your letter, it is evident there is adequate cause for Nancy Zimmet, Betty Wendt, Betsy Garrison, Steve Vaughn, Carl

j in question. that you have read the New Peel such picketing in the Florida man- Hayes, and Sue Dobbie.) ,

I. Your view of our cover ("nau from cover to cover--that is all agement's policy of token Inte- Reporters.. ..Mike Power, Jim Castello, Phil Hevener, Joel Gaston,

seating") is one opinion, while I can ask of any reader. As for gration, newspaper coverage,suchas Douglas Molitor, Donita Mathison, Sally Stock, Carol Kobls/Ann

other students thought it very whether everything you read was that of the Alligator, helps to Carter, Joe Kollin, Pam Pulley, Agnes Fowles, Bob De Loach,

clever and appropriate. "Are Love agreeable to you, that is a differ bring this inequality to light. I Fran Snider, Fred Lane, Kathrlno Duda, Jean Fagot, Judy Teich,

r' and Marriage Compatible" and ent matter. NO publication on the trust that the Alligator will con- Evan Engle, George Mims, Phil Geyer, Don Federman, Becky Quinn,

"Brave New Women" are clearly market today can boast of being tinue its very good coverage of Larry Zimmerman, Jackie Cornelius, Pat Hogan Charner Powell,

marked OPINION, and are to be able to give each reader exactly the civil rights Issue, as events Patti Pitz, Gary Williams Don Davis, Terry Rogers, Sue Haugsted,
regarded as such. The people what he or she wants in each take place both in Congress and Joyce Kilmer ,
George Elmore Joe
David
Sumner, Jay Havlser,
; that wrote them feel one way, you issue. locally. Perhaps Mr. Norfleet, Ziegler and Joy Cherry.

another--that's why we run opin- Can we count on receiving some the Editorial Editor, would like

ions. Likewise our fiction. It material from you for our next to comment on the civil rights THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR of
is the official student newspaper
Is obvious to us, Miss Rhodes, issue? issue, especially since the rights the University of Florida and is published five times weekly except
that not everyone who buys the NOP bill is now in the Senate. during the months of
May June, and July when a weekly Issue Is published. -
will enjoy or agree with every > Stan Huguenin Burin Kantabutra3BA THE FLORIDA
ALLIGATOR
is entered second class matter
as
tingle item. An editor of any Editor, NOP from Thailand at the United State Post Office at Gainesville, Fla.









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Tuesday Feb.25,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 5 .



I China-U.S. Relations May Change I IBy


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PHIL NEWSOMUPI which apparently continues within visiting French parliamentarians land. U.s. military aid to Chiangnow formed the Reds that the U.s.
Foreign News AnalystRed the inner circles of Washington.A in Peking that his regime could totals about $2.5 billion. would not support a Nationalist
curious development over the become friendly with the United In 1953, President Eisenhower attack against the mainland but
China seldom misses an week-end occurred in Rawalpindi, States provided it abandoned "unleashed" Chiang, saying the reminded them that the UJS. was
opportunity to denounce the United Pakistan, where Red Chinese Pre- Formosa. 7th Fleet no longer would "serveas bound by treaty to defend Formosa.The .
States, whether it be over Cuba, mier Chou en-Lai has been meet- Unhappily on the sidelines Is a defensive arm against Com- Nationalists now are
Southeast Asia, or U.S. protec- ing with Pakistan President Mo- the Ching Kai-shek governmentwhich munist China." wondering what President Johnson
tion of Chiang KaI-shek'sNation- hammed Ayub Khan. Ayub offered has witnessed other turnsof In 1962, President Kennedy In- will say. I
alist regime on Formosa.Yet Pakistan's "good offices" to bring U.S. foreign policy and already
of late, there have been about "some sort of agreement" suspects that the United States
suggestions that both the United between Washington and Peking. would support "two-China" pol-

States and Red China have been icy if such an opportunity arose. 8l-

reviewing their positions.One Ayub added that he found the Red For the Red Chinese, an agree- On mpu9 >
such came from U.s. Under Chinese "reasonable" and ment with the United States wouldbe
Secretary of State Roger Hllsman "peaceful." the final break through from the (Author of"Ratty Round the Flap Boytf
Jr., who hinted that under certain It is doubtful that such an offer isolation imposed upon It first by and Barefoot Boy Wills CMe ".)
conditions the United States might would have been made without the United States and then by
normalize its relations with the Chou's knowledge and consent. its current strained relations with

Communist controlled Chinese Only a day or so before, French the Sovit. Union.
mainland.It dispatches quoted Red Chinese lea- For the United States, It wouldbe THE SLOW RUSH
is the subject of a debate der Mao Tse-tung as having toldPakistan's to accept the De Gaulle theoryof
a force-in-being and that Illustrated below is the membership pin of a brand-new national i
chances of a Red Chinese collapseare fraternity called Signa Phi Nothing. To join Signa Phi '-

Kahn remote. Nothing and get this hideous membership pin absolutely free,

Logically, it would mean simply take a pair of scissors, cut out the illustration, and paste
abandonment of the that
theory it on your chest.
Chiang's is the rightful government Let me hasten to state that I do not recommend your joining
Praised By ChouDACCA of all China.It Signs; Phi Nothing. The only thing I recommend in this column
also would mean the end ofChiang's
ia Marlboro Cigarettes, as any honest man would who likes
cherished hope of some-
East Pakistan (UPI) -- trol of the territory is divided day leading his 600,000-man army good tobacco and a good filter, whose heart is quickened by a
Communist Chinese Premier Chou between India and Pakistan and back to the Chinese mainland. choice of soft pack or Flip-Top Box, and who gets paid every
En-lai, in a second strong bid there have been several border U.S. policy toward the Formosa week for writing this column.I .
for closer ties with Pakistan, Mon- skirmishes along a United Nations government has taken numerous am frankly hard put to think of any reason why you should

day praised President Mohammad supervised cease-fire line. twists since Chiang's retreat from join Signa Phi Nothing. Some people, of course, are joiners by
Ayub Khan for opposing a "two Chou's statement Monday was the mainland.In .
nature; if you arc one such, I am bound to tell you there are
China" and thanked him for seen as to extend Pe-
policy an attempt
1950, President Truman announced -
number of better organizations for you to Join-the Cosa
any
working toward a seat for Pekingin king's sphere of influence in South-
the United States would
Nostra, for example, or the Society for the Placing of Water
the United Nations. east Asia. He said the Kashmir give neither military aid nor advice -
Chou made an even strongerbid question "and other AsianAfrican to the "Chinese forces or Troughs in Front of Equestrian Statues.
Sunday when he sided with disputes would sooner or later Formosa."
Pakistan in its dispute with India be reasonably settled through The start of the Korean War
over Kashmir.In peaceful consultation." changed this position. The U.s.
a scarcely veiled attack on He expressed gratitude forPakistan's dispatched the 7th Fleet to the
the United States--an ally of Pakistan opposition to "the imperialistic Strait of Formosa and dispatchedarms
in CENTO and SEATO-Chou. plot to create two Chi- to Chiang. But it "leashed"him
accused Washington of "intensi- nas" and its efforts in "restoring by imposing the condition they
fying aggress ion, intervention, China's legitimate rights in would be used only in defense and
subversion and Infiltration in Asia the United Nations." not for attack against the main-
and Africa." V v

Such a policy, Chou said in a

speech to in the Lahore West Monday Pakistan before Assembly Peer Warns Dispute .iAklf,., ,

flying to this capital of East Paki-

stan utter, bankruptcy.is "doomed" to failure and Dangerous To West dot iL'oudar'a' 1'O n t'Ld

Chou and Ayub issued a joint
communique which said the Kash- But if you insist on joining Signa Phi Nothing, let me give
A British Labor believe that Moscow's
LONDON (UPI) ing for Russia -
mir problem "should be resolvedin peer has warned that the Sino- line of peaceful coexistence you several warnings. First off, it is the only fraternity which
accordance with the wishes of Soviet conflict is spelling dangerto offers a better chance to keep admits girls. Second, there is no pledge period{ each new member -
the people of Kashmir as pledgedto the West. Communist aggressiveness in immediately goes active. Perhaps "inactive" is a more accurate
them by India and Pakistan." of Lambeth who word there meetings drives campaigns
Lord Morrison check. : are no no no ,
Ayub has been pressing for a was foreign secretary In Clement Qualified expert opinion is divided no sports, no games, no dues, no grip, and no house.
plebiscite in the disputed terri- Attlee's Labor government, has on the likely effect of the .The only thing Signa Phi Nothing has in common with other

tory.Chou thus abandoned Peking'slongstanding cautioned the Western powers Sino-Soviet conflict on the west fraternities is a fraternity hymn. In fact, two hymns were submitted
neutralism against favoring Russia over Red and world peace. to a recent meeting of the national board of directorsnone
policy in their current quarrel.The First and foremost of the
China some
with regard to Kashmir, a 16- ( of whom attended). The first hymn goes:
most qualified experts argue, the
year-old that has Signa Phi Nothing,
controversy
quarrel between the Red conflict is outside the West's
threatened to erupt into war. Con- The West Shining afar,
giants, he holds, foreshadows sphere of Intervention.
mounting competition stirring up has no real means of either fan How we wonder
mischief, particularly in the ning the Slno-Soviet feud or calm- If you are.
Queen ContestLetters developing countries of the world. Ing it, they say. The second hymn, rather more poetic in content, is to be

have been sent to fra- Similar warnings have come The Communist quarrel prob- sung to the tune of Alto Sprach Zarathuttra: .
in the ably could only be affected in the .r
ternities and sororities and to thegirls' from other political quarters A Guernsey' a cow,
that Red China's event of outright Allied attackon
dorms concerning sponsor- West who fear any A road w a lane,
hard line communism could drive either Russia or Red China.
ship of a military ball queen con- When you're eating chow,
testant. the Peking regime into an armed Neither is feasible. Remember the mein.
East either Moscow and Peking have in effect
conflict in the Far ,
Applications and the $5 entry said that would Pending the next meeting of the national board of directors
the backing of repeatedly they
directly or through
fee should be turned in to the
con- which will be held members authorized to
satellite regimes in Asia. quickly forget their differencesin ( never ) are sing
test chairman
Nick Touchton, on
Those who favor Western back- such an event. either hymn. Or, for that matter, Freneri.
or before March 2.Professor .
Perhaps yoare wondering why there should be such a fraternity

Tapped as Signa Phi Nothing. I can give you an answer-an

UF mechanical engineering pro- answer with which you cannot possibly disagree: Signa Phi

fessor Frank M. Flanigan has A SPECIAL EVERY DAY Nothing fill a utll-needed gap.
been tapped to serve on a national Are you suffering from mental health? Is logic distortingyour .
committee dealing with thermaland thinking? Ii ambition encroaching on your native sloth?

moisture problems in residen- AT TOWNHOUSEEach Ii your long-cherished misinformation retreating before a sea.
tial buildings. of fact? In short, has education caught up with you?

Announcement 0 f the appoint- If M, congratulation But spring h upon us and the sap is
ment came from Paul Achenbach, rising;, and the mind looks back with poignant longing to the
division chief of the mechanical Different Each One a Complete MealAt
One day \\lien: it u-aiu puddle of unreason.!
Standards.section of the National Bureau of Prices That Help Your Appetite If-just for u moment-you want to recapture those care. ...

le!s Mijxirinn that warm, squishy' confusion! then join Signs;
Applications Due Phi Nothing and renew your acquaintance with fecklewmess.

Applications for scholarshipsand We l promi-e nothing, and, by George, we deliver it!
Townhouse Restaurant
national defense loans for all C IW4 MM SkvlM*

or any part of the 1964-65 academic .
year, beginning in September, may. 2204 S.W. 13th St. 376-9904 }\'ethe makers of Marlboro Clyaret lea,p'oml"smoking tn-

be obtained in Room 128, Tigert complete carry-out service Joy meat, and ue think you'll think ire deliver it-in all fifty
Hall.The stales of this ('non.1alboo( Country. where you art
deadline for returning the
completed applications is Friday.



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6 The Florida Alligator Tuesday, Feb.25, 1964I
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GATOR CLASSIFIEDS J JFor I






1000 NAME & ADDRESS LABELS BEST furnished apartment, best Three vacancies at this time for
r Sale J printed in blue Ink on finest qual- landlord in town. Near campus. students of horsemanship. Individual I WantedWanted I

ity gummed paper, 3 lines only $90 per month. Fully equipped.Call Instructions only by
for $1.00 extra lines 15? each. 2-7694 after 6. Available Colonel T. E. (Terry) Price, U.S. 1956 Chevrolet V-8 engine -

YAMAHA YDS 2 racing motor- 50 IRON-ON CLOTHING LABELS, March 1st. (B-103-3t-c). Cavalry, retired at his TEEPEE Contact Mr. Fisher after

cycle 1964 250 cc. 5 speed, cus- name only $1.00 or name and RANCH -- eight miles from the 6:00 at 1024 W. Univ. Ave. (C-

tom racing seat. Twin carbure- address on three lines 125.PERSONALIZED MODERN FURNISHED house University on the Williston Road. 103-2t-c.... ).. ... ,.
tors, black and white, tach and PENCILS withyour trailer, near university at Gleyn- Recent students Include undergraduates WANTED-- 1950-54 FORDS and

speedometer. Call 372-9138John name stamped In gold on quality wood Trailer Park $60 per month. graduate students and CHEVROLETS. Al lie radon's

Stiles. (A-99-5t-c). hexagon pencils only $1.25. Per- Call 6-8063. (B-103-5t-c). wives and faculty. Instruction Service Station. Located 916 S.E.

sonalized record labels, panelled being given in elementary horse- 4th Street. (C-83-tf-c).
BOLEX 16 mm roll-load turret informals, decal transfers and manship, advanced horsemanshipand -'

movie camera. Normal and wide- many other items, just ask for I Car Rental I elementary Jumping, elemen- EUROPE Looking for another
angle lenses. $100. Room 11, our brochure. Wirth's House of tary training of polo ponies and girl to work and travel through

Florida Union (A-lt-tf-c). Gifts, Box 14334 University Sta- players. "When you have tried Europe with me this summer.

tion, Gainesville, Florida or call the rest, try the best." Tele- Please call Judy at FR 2-5982.
ECONO-CAR. Car tied
ATTENTION ralleylsts. 3 Heuer 6-0643. (A-102-5t-p). need of repairs?? up? In phone 372-5844. (M-100-5t-c). (C-99-3t-p).
stop watches on chromed mounting Keep rolling
plate. Perfect Condition. R. with an ECONO-CAR. 12 hours

.... tf-c Cowles). 372-7748 nights. (A-86- I Lost &, FoundTan 1 for 6-3644.only ($3.99 N-91-lt-c plus).9? per mile. Politicians Begin I



Small 2 bedroom HOUSE at 1954N. rain coat, left In 113 Anderson I AutosVOLKSWAGON1962 I Campaign SpendingTallahassee
W. 34th Ave. With green aluminum Tuesday Feb. 18,Contact Gary

siding. Terms of $120 down Brown 376-9158, 2120 Hume Reward -
and $45 per month on total priceof (A-103-3t-c). (UPI) Florida's 906 for billboards.In .
2 door dark
$4,500. Take a look and if candidates for governor, still rak- third place on collectionswas
interested call number written in blue, $175 under list of $895. ing in dollars by the thousands, Jacksonville Mayor Haydon
Will the person who took my pre- Call David Bryant at Ext. 2865or
window after 6:00 p.m. (A-89- reported Monday that they have Burns, reporting total contribu-
from the Hub
sunglasses
scription
FR 6-3968 after G-
5:00
tf-c). ( started spending some of them to tions of $75,293, including $9,275
cafeteria or physics lab, return
102-3t-c .
) get their names before the voters. last week. He did not spend as
them to 13-1/2 N. W. 10th St. or
NEW HOMES IN PINE FOREST.A Six Democrats and two Republicans much as some of the others, reporting -
call 2-6171. Ask for Kiko. (L-
1963 CHEVROLET IMPALA
sport
have their a total of $7,762 of which
few ready for immediate occu- paid $1,125 qualify-
103-It-c).
pancy. Gainesville's fastest grow- sedan. Air-conditioned, electric ing fee to become official $6,278 was paid out last week.

ing new home community. VA, WILL PERSON WHO TOOK THE windows and seat, power brakes candidates, making them eligibleto Sen. John Mathews Jr., Jack-
and White wall tires
FHA financing. Hugh Edeards Inc., BLUE WALLET from a brown steering. start spending money for such sonville, in fourth place on con-
N. E. 16th Ave. and 15th St.2-1551. purse in the library Saturday rear speaker. 12,000 Gainesville campaign gimmicks as billboards, tributions and third place in spend
miles. Still in MarL.eaqua
(A-70-tf-c). please return it to Harriet Schubb, warranty. bumper strips and other ing, said he paid out $19,798 last
color. with 64
$2899 tag.
advertising.All week for a campaign total of $27-
E.I.C.O. HP PLUS 90 FR tuner- 3061 Rawlings. Keep the money, $500 down or your own financing.Call .
told, the candidates to date 326. He had new collections of
NEW-plus walnut enclosure. Only but pleas give back papers and 2-3357. (G-99-5t-c).
have collected $425,174 from sup- $11,860 for a total of $62,792.
1 hr. time. Call 6-8654 pictures. They are extremely
playing porters and spent $172,146. Rep. Fred Karl, Daytona Beach,
A-103-tf-c Important. (L-l02--2t-c). 1959 LINCOLN 2 door
after 6 p.m. ( ) originalcost
Former Sen. Fred O. Dickinson snagged fifth place with total collections -
J $7,000. An extra good buy West Palm Beach, makinghis of $41,684, including $4-
LOST Brown Briar pipe with
AIR-CONDITIONED 50' x 10' Mo- for $1,200. Call FR 2-3251 after
second bid for the highest 549 last week, compared to expenditures -
bile home--set vented stem. Lost in vicinity of G-89-tf-c .
with 2C' 10' 6:00 ( )
up x p.m.
Florida state office, led the field in both totaling $19,365 that
Union
awning and 50' TV antenna or Military Bldg.
on shadylot ,
collections and expenditures on Included $10,207 last week.
Please return to room 12 Florida
In Hickory Hill-Ready for excellent QUALITY stereo outfit. 28 Watt the basis of Monday's reports. He Miami Mayor Robert King Highis
Union. P. S. I love little
Florida living. $3,250. my Heath AA-151 amplifier, GarrardAT spent a whopping $70,000 last weekto not spending or collecting much
pipe. (L-99-tf-c).
Call FR 6-6548 after 5:30. (A- 6 turntable, 2 Heath AS512way run his total outlay to $71,513 compared to the others. He said

103-10t-c). speaker systems 5 months against total contributions of he spent not a dime last week,

orr.r I Help WantedNeeded I old. $175. R. Hedberg 3224 N. W. $138,026 of which $11,550 was although actually he did pay out
HEELS put on in 5 minutes 13th St. after 6 p.m. (G-103-3t-c). taken in last week. the $1,250 qualifying fee but it

SOLES put on in 15 minutes Dickinson said he paid out $64- must not have gotten recorded in

at once--one medical lab- 600 to one firm, Bishopric,Green, his state headquarters. He reported -
MODERN SHOE oratory technician for night and { ServicesTYPING I Fielden Inc. for billboards, radio, total expenditures so far

REPAIR SHOP weekend work. Must have some television and newspaper adver- in the campaign of $54 and con-
across From 1st notional bonk training in all fields of clinical tising. tributions totaling $14,405 of which

laboratory procedures. Salary -- Term papers, thesis, For the first time during the $835 came last week.

yw.wOAtV14M good--overtime paid. Apply per- dissertations, manuscripts, campaign, Sen. Scott Kelly, Lake- Rep. Charles R. Holley, St.
sonnel Alachua General Hospital novels, IBM typewriter. Reason- land, jumped into second place in Petersburg, reported he spent$867
office. (E-100-5t-c). able rates. 2-0328. 815 S. W. collections and also tied down and collected $506 last week fora
vNWAI 10th St. (Mrs.) Helen D. Balyeat
this spot for spending, all on the total war chest of $3,411 and
2400 N..M ..*.d.00.N'M i. 01 t (M-83-tf-c). of
spending $1,068.
basis of last week's activities.

I CHILD CARE week He reported he collected $42,480to
J r For Rent I $8.00 ($1.60
open 6:30 show at 7 day). Babysitting .40 hour. (any- run his total to $92,974. His H.B. Foster, Fort Myers Republican -

time). Ironing $2.,0 basket. Call spending last week of $44,781 ran to qualify, reported no

EVE 8:45 Only' 2-7601, 120 N. W. 9th St. (M- the total to $46,126. expenditures and no contributions.No .
WENNOW2LAFFHITSI 89-tf-p). Kelly said he paid the Howard report was received from Republican -
blockto
.. ROOMS FOR MEN -- One
: H. Hilton Advertising Ken Folks Orlando.
Agency$42- ,
campus. Central heat, air con-
Twfce ?
ditioning, utilities furnished. $35 ALTERATIONS, HEM REDONE, Court
Rejects
Attempts
7.00 ../" per month. Double occupancy. ZIPPERS REPLACED, TORN
10:20 .. Arnold Realty Co. 1219 W. Uni- SEAMS FIXED. What have you to I

\ )., versity Ave. (B-92-tf-c). be sewn? Mrs. Klein 372-7967. To Disqualify WitnessesDALLAS
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MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (UPI) Cassius Clay, rapidly approaching the .
ero hour when he'll have to use his fists instead of his mouth, kept fI I
right on bragging Monday but Sonny Liston remained a 7-1 favoriteo I

win their $5 million heavy weight__ championship_ bout tonight.!! ; withMARQUIS 1 1I d
The fight will be broadcast over
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radio station WGGG in Gainesville I .
plashers Win beginning at 9:35 p.m. BAESZLER i

The gabby challenger made his I
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UF swimmers toppled Miami latest, perhaps final,forecast when i iEditor's
In ( note: This Is the second In a series of Florida Gator i
8-37 here yesterday afternoon he paid a n unscheduled visit j jwhat's
Baeszler's "inside reports" on
sophomore halfback Marquis : weekly
heir final dual meet of the season. Monday to the ring in the Miami J JWhaPs
happening at Florida's spring football practice.)
The Gators captured nine firstsn Beach Convention Hall where he Jj j
11 events In wrapping up their and Liston will tangle for Liston's j
blue and shakes?
enth win of the season against title.
Last Saturday it was a cold Florida football player, standing on the
[ wo losses. Two pool records,one ,, "I want to get In there and markan I
sidelines, waiting for the day's scrimmage to start.
by Florida and one by Miami,were 'X' on the canvas, where that Things warmed up in a hurry, though, and the Gators had a ragged,
[set In the process. big ugly bear of Liston
a is goin'to
but very rough scrimmage. Mistakes were made, but they were aggressive -
I Dick Farwell established a new fall tomorrow night in the eighth
ones.
{record for the Gators In the 200- round," proclaimed boxing's
yard backstroke with a 206.3 "Louisville Lip." They say that a Florida man needs no Introduction, but I think there .,t

[clocking, while Miami's Jim Fitz- The confidence In his voice did are a few with whom you ought to get better acquainted.
gibbon set a pool mark in the 50- not reflect the betting odds that Steve Spurrier, a sophomore quarterback from Johnson City, Ten- ".
yard freestyle with a time of:21.9. made 30-year-old champion Liston nessee, ran for one touchdown and threw for another In Saturday'shard
I The Gators will participate in. the 7-1 favorite to make his second E3 fought scrimmage. Although Spurrier has a lot to learn, he had

I the Southeastern Conference(SEC) successful defense of the a'IIIW' the tools to be a fine Gator quarterback.
{meet next week in Tuscaloosa,Ala. crown he won from Floyd SONNY LISTON Wally Colson, a sophomore guard from ValdostaGa.has come along
Patterson In 1962 on a first-round well to help fill In the guard gap caused by graduation. Wally's got
knockout and defended on a similar .is a 7-1' favorite to good size for a guard and showed Saturday he knew what to do withIt.

MURAL RESULTS opening session kayo against Pat- silence Cassius Clay in .

terson last July 22. their scheduled 15-round-
FRATERNITY HANDBALLSX Clay, Olympic light heavyweight A Long Halfback List
champion In 1960, has won 19 er tonight at Miami Beach.

3 ATO 2 straight professional bouts, 15 by r. Larry Sammons from Pensacola proved his worth Saturday on a
SN3 KS1 knockouts. But he is given little seven-yard sprint around left end for a score. Sammons has good
PKA 3 SAE 0 chance because of his amateurish speed and runs hard. In the next few seasons he should show Gator

PLP 4 TEP 1 style, his comparatively light I., ,1 fans the kind of hard running they like.
punch and his lesser ruggedness. Tampa has provided the Gators with one of the fastest halfbacks
SORORITY BASKETBALL Liston seeks his 29th straight I'I'I around In Jimmy Jordan, a fleet-footed pass catcher whose specialityIs

victory, his fifth straight knock- I getting behind defensive halfbacks and catching the long bomb.
KAT 11 ADP 4 out, and his fourth consecutive kayoIn The B-team has provided two halfbacks from Georgia who show

the first round. potential. Steve Heldt, from Albany, showed Saturday he wants one

of those halfback spots with some good running. Buddy Goodman,
GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATE SENATOR \ an Atlanta boy, has to make the team on two bad knees. But If they
hold out, he'll be in there fighting.
Two boys who proved themselves last year, and are doing It again
John Mathews this season should be pointed out as the hustlers of the team. They
are Alan Poe from Tampa and Allen Trammell from Alabama. They
may not be the best pool-playing hustlers, but when It comes to hustl-

ing on a football fiedl, they're tops.'Duped'.




k Y And what about Larry Dupree? When Larry has a'few IS or 20-

,... .w._. _, _...._ .. yard runs and scores a couple of touchdowns It Is only what people
A expect. There's not much more that can be said about the amazingMr.
CASSIUS CLAY
Dupree. The cry for "Dupe, Dupe, Dupe," will echo for a long

h x4: II time on Florida Field.
The Louisville Lip
There Is a story that was told to me a few days ago that I thoughtyou
claims "they all must fall might enjoy. It Is told about a freshman guard a few years ago,

in the round I call" and and an Interview with him after he had been run over by Dupree Ina
ryttz scrimmage.
says he'll whip champion There were many people crowded around the young guard, but the

Liston in eight rounds. reporter remembered his words well -- "Where am I? Who am I?
What time Is it? --Who am I?"
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AT'THE. University UNIVERSITY Faculty SPEAKS OF Club FLORIDA, 11:45 TODAY am Good As Last Year : FullerWith I


Gainesville Women's Club, 4:00 pm less than two weeks till comes up between now and next last year's freshman team,Adrian

.Florida Blue Key Banquet, 7:00 pm opening day, UF baseball coach week there shouldn't be any reason Zabala, hit the ball better than
Dave Fuller continues to speakin why we won't be ready." anybody. Jim Boysen, an out-
Jacksonville optimistic terms about this Florida opens the season March fielder, and Ron Creese and Don
Senator Mathews 44 was born in ,
season's diamond crew."It 7 with a doubleheader against Pendley, both pitchers, hit well
holds from and Harvard Law School Florida Southern in Lakeland.
degrees Emory doesn't look like there's any and are liable to end up playing

was a Phi Beta Kappa president of Sigma Chi and reason why we shouldn't be as Fuller said the recent cold somewhere."
weather and wind has been toughon and
Boysen, Creese, Pendleyare
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He served i in the good as last year, Fuller said,
president of his student body. despite the fact his '63 squad's the pitchers' getting into shape. all sophomores.

House of Representatives from 1956 to 1961 and 30-9 record is the best in Florida With last year's eniira stall returning Fuller will apparently have another -
pitching is expected to be
strong bench for pinchhitting -
has since been the senator from the 18th District. baseball history. "The only
place we'll probably be weaker is Florida's strongest point. roles and to back up his top
The Gators worked a nine Inning outfielders, Jim Elliot, Jim Dun-
third base, and we won't have as
much team speed." intrasquad game last Friday, can, and William Blomgren.
and will tangle with Stetson in a The Gators launch the home por-
DISCOUNT Gone from the hot corner is
GASOLINE graduated All-America Tom practice game here this coming tion of their 36-game slate March )

Moore, who stole 20 bases. Saturday afternoon. 11 in a return bout against Florida -

"I've been real pleased with "We did some real good hittingin Southern. The big prize they'llbe

3< A GALLONWHY our overall progress so far," ful- the Intrasquad thing," Fuller going after Is the Southeastern
Conference (SEC) title and according -
off
ler continued. "If no bad weather said.II A sophomore pitcher
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Sports WriterA on the season. a 20-foot jumper by Tom Bailey, FT PF TP
Georgia Tech lost its eighth and a tip-in by Dick Tomlinson Tomlinson 5 5 5 15 STUDENTSon
fired-up Florida team, playedits game of the year on a foreign court upped F 10 rid a's lead to seven Morton 6 6 3 18
finest game of the season, against three road wins. The points at the outset of the half. Highley 7 0 4 14
outshot and outhustled the Georgia Jackets are now 9-4 in the SEC Bailey 6 3 4 15
Tech vainly tried to keep pace
Tech Yellow Jackets here last and, pending last night's Kentucky- Henderson 6 11 2 23
but a brilliant Florida shooting
night enroute to a 92-73 Alabama contest, are a game anda Koss 3 1 1 7
exhibition and domination of the
i Southeastern Conference (SEC) half behind Kentucky with only backboards closed the school doorson Peek 0 0 1 0 BUDGETNEED
victory before 5,000 fans. one league encounter left. the Jackets.A TOTAL 33 26 20 92
The win severed a four-game Tech led for most of the first GEORGIA TECH THE
losing streak for the Gators and half but a late spurt by the Gators well-rounded assault on the FG FT PF TP
virtually eliminated Georgia Tech topped off by a tip-in by Bill Koss basket gradually opeed up a commanding Spooner 4 2 4 10 NATIONALClothil'g
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