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The Florida AlligatorVol.56





No. 104 University of Florida, Gainesvi lie Wed. Feb.26, 1964





Cabinet GivesGENESYS New Orleans




Plane Crash

OKTALLAHASSEE


Kills All 58NEW


(UPI) The Cabinet gave the go-ahead Tuesday for
ORLEANS (UPI) A DC8
the graduate engineering education system GENESYS by approvingits r r jetliner with 58 persons aboard
$58,566 budget and setting the sites for centers in east-central
F-L began a gentle right turn after a
Florida.
: normal takeoff from New Orleans
Sitting as the Budget Commission i I, the Cabinet also approved release II yesterday and plunged to the muddy
of $550,000 funds to finance State
i surplus expansion of Florida bottom of Lake Pontchartraln.
University's football stadium from
No one survived.
24,000 to about 37,000 seats. CharlatanSale
The bodies of the travelers on
The stadium
expansion was the gleaming white Eastern Air

pushed by Sen. Wilson Carrawayand StoppedCity Lines plane were torn and brokenby

Rep. Richard O. Mitchell, the impact. Eleven hours
both Tallahassee who said the
,
after the pre-dawn disaster, none
additional seating would put theschool's police were called late
had been identified. Divers groped
athletic yesterday afternoon to stop the I
program on a I If along the shallow lake bottom.
sound financial basis. The Cabinet selling of the magazine,Charlatan,
Shattered bodies I suitcases
agreed that 30 per cent of funds in front of the College InnCI), It ,
chinks of wreckage, a child's first
from the new seats would go to on West University Avenue across t
grade reader bobbed in white
repay the funds used for the con- from the campus.
struction.The The Charlatan Is Florida stateUniversity's -.. capped waves. Tides swept debris
toward the Gulf of Mexico from
equivalent to the Old
Orange Peel. the 23-by-10-mlle lake.
expansion will also permitthe The New York-bound Jet from
Bill Killeen, of Tallahassee was
FSU-University of Florida J Mexico City dove into a 16-foot-
taken to the police station for
game to be played in Tallahasseethis deep area of the lake roughly five
questionir in connection with the
THE UF
VISITING
year. miles east of the 24-mlle-long
incident.
By approving the budget and Lake Pontchartrain Causway.It .
candidate for
Sen. John Mathews governor,
Dixon said that Leon Hammond, .are ,
setting site locations for exten- carried 51 passengers anda
CI manager, told Killeen to move and Mrs. Mathews.
sion centers, the Cabinet gave crew of 7.

the green light to the Universityof on."I
went to get the car parked

Florida School of Engineering five blocks away," said Dixon, INSTATE HIGHER EDUCATION
dean's plan for using closed cir-
"and, meanwhile, he (Hammond)
cuit television to teach graduate
engineering courses in the Cape called police." I
Hammond would not commenton
Kennedy Missile Test Center area. UF Hub Says Mathews
the incident except to say that
,
New positions provided for in he would not press charges.

the included at Officer J.D. Howell said that
budget a director
Gubernatorial candidate Senator "Mainly, three problems are our a five-year trial basis which will
for
Killeen apprehended
$20,000 a year, two resident directors was John E. Mathews said yesterdaythat concern. First is the structureof lend itself to scrutiny at the end
failure to have a city license
at $17,000 each, three UF Is ,' the focal point of the administrative system with of that period. lie said that until
the sale of the
permitting magazineon
at
professors $16,000, two admin- Gainesville streets.r.l.Mmlt. higher education in Florida, par- respect to the place that junior that time no parts in the system

istrative assistants at $5,200, one ticularly in its graduate school colleges will occupy in the pro- would be changed.Jim .

secretary at $4,800 and a secre- fW..: program. gram. Second is the plan to expand Apthorpe, Mathews aide,

tary at $4,000. "The University of Florida Is facilities quantitatively but at said, at a reception at the Gainesville -

,. Dry Humor i a hub of what's done in the field the same time see that quality is Women's Club that Mathews
The main center will be locatedon .
,:'J: of the higher education and its maintained. Last is the expansionof introduced a bill In the

a 20-acre site just inside the llif I r-; role Is enhanced rather than mini- curricula, which ties In with House to set up a Board of Regents -
stated that
main gate of the Kennedy Center. The letter
mized other institutions are the of
.' as possibility junior colleges to replace the Board of
Satellite facilities will be con- :: the water situation at :::
developed," Mathews said. serving as separate bodies of edu- Control. Its purpose is a more
;
structed just south of the Mainland m: Guantanamo wasn't critical /
Mathews chair man of the Legis- effective
cation. uniform, and non-
I:l q at all. '
High School, Daytona Beach, and ,
lative Committee on Higher Educa- The senator commented that the political administration of state
in the Orlando Industrial Park.A t But the stamp was plnX
tion, pointed out that Florida needs university trimester system is on colleges.
contract was signed with Bre- jl ned to the envelope. { with

vard Engineering College to handle # iY wp : strong more four-year expansion colleges In I its graduate, a rf_ $...m..m.m..nn..wm.m.'mm W"-jj. J B ....6..m..n. .......... _.... .....f.i.-. if.m..m..y: ;r<"'
GENESYS in the Titusville area.

school program. Food Expert To Study UF I; I


Closet Contents Guns
: t More advance of university everyone recognizes the

Food Service studies amount of effort involved ;:

I by Student Government officials in an undertaking of this '::;

Knives Flares Booze will determine the type of study--It's simply '

I, necessity of hiring a food going to take time and more

,- expert to study standardsat work In addition to past I'

I the UFo planning and accomplishment ;

A UF student was convicted tried to run. where, according to his room- Studen. Body President ," said Kennedy. ::.

yesterday in city court of dis- He later admitted firing the mate and friends, he is not a Ken Kennedy said yester- :';::;
I day he plans a series of When asked what he
charging firearm and resisting flare gun. rowdy or noisy person.
arrest. He faces possible univer- While questioning Pruitt, police His roommate, Reece Forrest, meetings with Gay H. Wel- thought of Kennedy's state- :;

sity action concerning several learned he had stored the flare lUC, said Pruitt is Interested in born, director of University ment, Groves said,"There twill

arsenalin and knives hobby. "It rt Food Service, to establish always be something $
firearms and liquor found In his gun along with a small guns as a .
; ".. of to do in this area. Contact -* '
dormitory room. his room closet.A is something he has been inter- .an area comI -

Charles Bishop Pruitt,1UC,was search of the room produced ested in for quite some time;and munication and determine between food service f.'

fined a total of $70 on the two 5 pistols: two .22 caliber, a is also a hobby of his father's," basic objectives." officials and Student .
.32 caliber 357 and Forrest added. Action on the study is Government should never
charges. He was arrested following a magnum "
four explosions near the an air pistol. Bob Bishop, lUC, friend of w pending an analysis of the be broken. ."

campus police station.A Also found were two frog gigs, Pruitt, said he did not think Pruitt report submitted by Byron An expert might settle ... t

a dagger, a small bayonet, a six- kept the liquor to impress anyone. 0 Gropes, former secretary some of the,....differencesof 1
Pruitt is a connoisseur of liquor r of men's affairs. Groves
opinion -- not that our
campus policeman heard the inch folding knife, folding ma- who doesn't drink excessively served as chairman of the staff here In food service ::

explosions and saw a person run chette, two hand grenades without knows how to drink and enjoyedit food service study for the isn't excellently qualified '"

into the woods across from the powder, reloading equipment and according to Bishop.It past year. ," Groves said. .

Agricultural Engineering Build- ammunition, four flares and nine is against State and Univer- I "At this point, the report Groves stated he has received -

Ing on Newell Drive. empty flare cases, a gallon of sity regulations to have fire arms, of the previous food only".thegreatest -

Two policemen saw Pruitt come liquor, two walkie-talkiesandtwo alcoholic beverages, fireworks, service committee looks co-operation from Director -

out of the woods carrying a flare pages of photos of Identification and some knives in dormitories. I inconclusive but Jam Welborn.

gun. He denied having any con- 'Cards. Pruitt was not available for sure,1"f'

nection with the explosions and Pruitt lives in Trussler Hall, comment. PMY..'i':;l;rIj>!,"m i"'i-iII" : : w



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Page 2 Jhe.Florida Alligator Wed.Feb.26,1964

-y. Ruby Jury Grows ;




ir 1'::: i'., Numbers Five Now

l, ; eE.l. -. .. .
; before court adjournedfor The defense switched to arguments
DALLAS (UPI) A young busi- questioned (1) that there
was discrimination
the day. Seventeen were dis-
and mechanicwere
nessman an aircraft
the missed for cause, either for hav- against Negroes in the jury
sworn In quickly as
the death selection and (2) that a Court-
ing opinions, opposing
fourth and fifth jurors In JackRuby's
speeded-up murder tiral penalty or refusing to accept insanity appointed noutral psychiatrist who
One woman examined Ruby was cooperatingwith
as A plea.
yesterday. The defense said it
she could the prosecution.
4 was excused because
accepted them In "desperation.
t tf Dlst. Atty.Henry Wade predicteda not understand the proceedings.Belli Luther E. Dickerson, 26yearold -
complete jury by Saturday If the toyed with and rejected an vice-president of a chemical
\ .J pace Is maintained. Chief defense appeal to the U.s. Supreme Court firm making terrazzo tile, was
"I attorney Melvin Belli denied that for a ruling that anyone who saw chosen quickly as fourth juror in
he broke the log jam by relaxinghis Ruby shoot Lee Harvey Oswald on the morning session. He was the
standards. television was a witness and unfit 67th venireman questioned.

: r A total of 19 panelists were for jury duty.Engineering Douglas J. Sowell, 33, a me-
f chanic for Braniff International
-
Airways, follwed him to the stand :
Fair and was as quickly selected. i
Five other prospects at the
morning session were dismissedfor
cause, four for opposing capi-
tal punishment and one because he
.'" Starts March 13The said he could not agree to freeing
( Ruby on a temporary insanity ver

I; : annual Engineer's Fair which range from IBM's writing dict.Dikerson, a slim, crew-cut can-

,.,:. sponsored by the UF College of dictaphone to a Suwannee River didate for treasurer in the Mes-
Engineering starts March 13th. Valley Authority depiction of life quite Junior Chamber of Com-
Composed of exhibits designedby on the scenic Suwannee, will include merce, Is a picture-book subur-
Engineering students, govern- originality, complexity of banite.
IFC BLOOD BANK ment agencies and commercial industry engineering methods and public Max E. Causey, Allen W. Mc-
cost of the fair will run appeal. Coy and Mildred McCollum, first
I is bolstered by blood being given by IFC president close to $1200.Criteria Mrs. Alice Tldd, secretary of three jurors chosen, also live in

Charles Malloy Mrs. Catherine Byerly is the nurse. for judging the exhibits, the fair committee, said, "theex- suburbia.
hibits are always very interesting Dickerson has a wife and two
--last year a civil engineering children.He .
project won first place with a said he did not see the
I Baker Answer model replica of Cape Kennedy." televised shooting because he was
Won't Commercial exhibits are not out of town Nov. 24.
judged in the competition, and Industries He was only the third of the
sponsoring display haveto panelists questioned who said he
WASHINGTON (UPI) Citing might be cited for contempt. He to President Johnson when he was pay a $125 fee. had not seen it.
the U.S. Constitution, Robert G. also left open the possibility that Senate Democratic leader? Insurance The remaining student exhibitsare Sowell said he had seen a rerun -
(Bobby) Baker refused Tuesdayto the reluctant witness might be man Don B. Reynolds has judged in two divisions: Society on television.
anwser more than 125 questions recalled. testified that he gave Johnson the and Individual exhibits. The Dickerson attended business
posed by senators on such Issuesas Wednesday the committee ques- set at a time when he was writing society exhibits are sponsored by college in Dallas. Sowell got a
"party girls," the Lyndon B. tions Carole Tyler, the Tennessee insurance policies on Johnson'slife. various honorary groups In the high school diploma in the U.s.
Johnson stereo set and 1960 cam- beauty queen who served as college. Air Force.
aign contributions. Baker's secretary until both resigned --Did Baker refer anyone, Any project in the fair compe-
Making his long awaited last autumn. There was specifically Senate employes, to tition must be the result of work
appearance before the Senate Rules no Indication as to how much, it "a Puerto Rican doctor for the done during the current school 'N Do your laundry
Committee, Baker won television anything, she might tell the com- purpose of abortions?" year to be awarded primary con- while i I you shop
blackout of the public hearing but mittee. --Did Baker have any part in sideration.
still withheld information about Despite Baker's silence,the host proceedings under which Elly Prize for a group display win-
his outside acltivltes while servingas of questions tossed at him by Mc- Rometsch, glamorous wife of a ning first place in the competition -
secretary to Senate Democrats."I Lendon and the senators threw German soldier stationed here, is a $50 cash award, along
stand by my previous some light on the tack which the was deported last summer after with the blue ribbon. Second placeis
answer," he told his questioneretime committee has taken in its effortsto reports circulated that she had worth $15, and the third place
and again. determine whether there was a many male friends in tho capital? exhibit Is awarded a white rib-
By this the 35-year-old one- conflict of Interest In Baker's --Did Baker, Miss Tyler and
time South Carolina farm boy referred business deals. Mrs. Rometsch take a business bon.First place for an individual's
to his appearance at a Here are some of the questionsthat trip in June, 1963, to New Orleans exhibit will be worth $25, second Ko KLEEN
closed committee session last drew no response: Dallas and Miami, stoppingin place wins ten dollars and the It..
when he declared his "enter- New Orleans to pick a man third
Wednesday --Did Baker provide up place project gets the white 704 W. Univ. Ave.
intention to stand mute -and to tainment facilities ... including named Paul Aguiree? ribbon.
refuse to provide subpoenaed documents party girls" for businessmen and -- -- -
on grounds of consti- others: dealing with government

tutional Baker privilege.specifically claimed the officials Sen. Carl? T. Curtis, R-Neb.,

privilege against possible self- charged during a previous hear-
incrimination, noting that he Is ing that "party girls and entertaining iI4L flT fl
under investigation by the FBI we re part of the business flk
and the Internal Revenue Service.He promotion apparatus."
charged through his attorney, --Did Baker get $10,000 from
Edward Bennett Williams, that the Fred B. Black, North American
hearing was "legislative trial" Aviation's Washington representative -
staged for the people's entertain- for "one of the candidates"In .
ment. the 1960 presidential election? krT: ) Sl :
Committee Counsel L. P. Mc- Did Black tell Baker that
Lendon said it was too early to "$90,000 more would be coming"for
t'Ioo'I
say whether Baker who spent the same candidate? ;
2-1/2 hours in the witness chair, --Who gave a $500 stereo set- i8b
'I I xs

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NOW BEING SERVED AT JWltS
WASHINGTON (UPI) President Acting Press Secretary AndrewT. ,
Johnson will take along the Hatcher said the President's BONELESS FISH SANDWICH Boneless '$
whole family when he goes to speech at a Miami dinner spon-
Filet of Alaskan Halibut Served with Lettuce
Florida tommorrow for a speechat sored by the Florida Democratic
?, and Tartar Sauce on a Toasted Bun. }
a Democratic fund-raising din- Committee Mill be his first formal }

ner.The partisan speech since taking office. I '' JUMBO FRIED SHRIMP DINNER Served
first lady and the two The spokesman said that the with Our Own Homemade Shrimp Sauce,
Johnson daughters, Lynda Bird, White House girls won't be playing French Fried Potatoes and Cole Slaw.
19, and Lucy Baines, 16, will be hookey from studies. Lynda .
making the one-day trip to Florida has no classes at George Washington \ ,. \, } -
because the President "loves to University tomorrow. And ''\ !\ /'' .
have the ladies in his life with Lucy has permission from National
him," according to a White House Cathedral School for Girls to be zw
spokesman. off half a day.



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___________________n__ ___ ___n_ nn______
DERBY QUEEN HOPEFULS ,
.were dinner guests at the Sigma Chi fraternity house. Left to

Chi Omega; Robbin Potter Alpha Chi Omega; Elaine Usher, Zeta

Olah, Alpha Omicron Pi; Jana McCard, Kappa Delta; Louise

Delta; Stasis Giordano, Delta Gamma; Marcia Mase, Alpha Delta
hite, Phi Mu; Babs Bloom, Alpha Epsilon Phi; Mary Ann Wilder,

pictured are Leslie Yogel Delta Phi Epsilon; Kathy Duda, Kappa

''UNUSUALLY-- HEAVY1 -- WRIGHTOutbreak 'I I


Flu !


gastroenteritis In November wa& January.
An outbreak of gastroenteritis
commonly misnamed "t..testinalflu" 113 and in December the numberwas to Dr.
114. Dr. Wright guessed the kind that
is "un-
on the UF campus
number will be about the same and was
this time of
usually heavy for
year," according to Dr. Samuel when figures are released for stated.
Wright, director of the Infirmary. January. He said these figuresare The UF
the tola' in the of red
Gastroenteritis is usually a cases seen
warm weather Illness Dr. Wright Infirmary and that other cases of a modified
gastroenteritis either treatedby iety next
for were
stated. He said one reason
the unusual outbreak might be other doctors or not reported.An Wright.
and cold outbreak of German measles Illnesses Thursday"T.
because of the warm
confined mostly to the month of could
weather this winter.Dr. -
Wright reported the out- U.S. Officer Cubans
break has been "more or less all !
over campus" and that outbreakshave
not been confined to specific COLUMBUS, Ga. (UPI) -A high- following the
ranking representative of the Army bans. He
areas. and Defense Departments met with pose of the
According to Webster's New International 65 former members of a Cuban cuss the
Dictionary, gastroenteritis brigade training here yesterday to review
Is an "inflammation of discuss future plans of the Cubans. Cubans
the lining membrane of the sto- The Cubans were members of training this
mach and the intestines." the brigade that spearheaded the lie said
The total number of patients abortive Bay of Pigs invasion of choice of
reporting to the Infirmary with Cuba in April, 1961.A vice, going
.. large number brigade mem- serve and ;
.!
bers were offered an opportunityto ployment, o
train for commissions In the educational
NEW LOCATION
I U.S. Army and 'were transferredto He said (
this Infantry center last March. Service and
Joseph A. Telafane, Jr.,general Labor will
Kiser'sOFFICE counsel for the Army and Defense to seek
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Page 4 The Florida Alligator Wed.Feb.26,1964 Rnthl1 si i sm For LBJ Lagging?

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ditCJ: XfaIl.S\ guilty of the Republican charge been checked since Johnson took
By LYLE C. WILSON office three months
l UnitedPressInternatlonalPopular that he is a typical big time Demo- ago. Johnson'seconomy
promises are impressiveand
showinga cratic spender.
opinion polls
his
remarkable enthusiasmforPresident Spending, the national debt and strategies are persua-
Boilermaker BasketballThe sive. But the actual reduction in
Issueson
Johnson are lagging deficits are THE domestic
somewhat behind the political factsof which the Republicans expectto expenditures remains to be
achieved.It .
this campaign year. hit hardest this year. Republicans -
closeness of the screaming fans to the smooth, hard field of This week a poll by Louis HarrisIn need those Issues to win. Is obvious, therefore, that
combat and the terrific pace of the ten combattants, builds up a pressure favorableto the whopping vote 'of confidence
the Washington, D. C., Post The polls are more
that often turns Florida Gym into a cauldron of constantly seething tur- than the political reported by the pollsters repre-
reported that 81 per cent of voters Johnson are
moil. sents so far only the impact
1 questioned believed Johnson was facts of life. The voters are of
:, This pressure and a man-to-man style of play, team up to make the effective In keeping government saluting mere promises. For example Johnson's promises and his per-
f fast, hard driving sport of basketball unsurpassed as a combination administra- suasive strategies, such as cut-
spending under control. Thus,the the Kennedy
;, of fierce personal competitiveness and smooth responsive teamwork. voters appear to find Johnson not tion's big spending: trend has not ting the White House bill for elec-
When it's played well, the game Is a beautiful sight to behold; and to I tric lights.
be played well It requires a rare combination of ability, accuracy and Another factor: The big spend-

coordination.But r ing pressure only now is begin-

to be played the way It was here Monday night takes these, plusa ning to develop. The Johnson ad-

mental attitude somewhere near an erupting Vesuvius.And ministration's propaganda play
amid the hard pounding staccato of the elusive ball, the screechingof has been to the government economizers

pivoting shoes and the whelming screams of several thousand the conservativestothose

fans, the Gators found the smouldering key that ignited just sucha squares responsive to the

Vesuvius.The so-called Puritan ethic. Such citizens -

picture of the eruption was etched on every face; and there were 61 course,have been pleased.
no individual heroes without whom the game would have faltered. But Edwin P. Neilan, president of the

the best representative of the spirit of the fray could be seen In the U. S. Chamber of Commerce, got
tall slim forward, who shed the cloak of uncertain hesitancy to charge the Johnson treatment at the White

furiously into every scramble and become a wild, untamed. and House shortly after LBJ took over.

remarkably efft .Ive competitor. And as his face reflected the quin- Neilan was among a group of big

tessence of the madness of the fray, someone remarked that looking f11"j buisness callers."I .
into Bill Koss' eyes was like peering through two open window into could vote for that man,"

'I Dante's inferno. said Neilan on emerging from the
The fierce unyielding determination of the teams showed Itself presidential presence. Now,

l in every maneuver, as "second effort" was forgotten and every loose Neilan has changed his mind. The
" ball unleashed a frantic scrambling effort that continued until the government economy Johnson

; sphere was hopelessly out of reach; and more often than not, it was r talked to Neiland and his asso-
11' a white jersey that took the final command.But ciates does not look to Neilan

it was the action of the yellow clad players that was equally like the Johnson performance in

effective in prompting the writing of these comments. that field. Over the weekend,
They were cast in the role of the villain,behind by a substantial Neilan was on record as with-
margin, and delivering a one hundred twenty per cent effort to makea perusal I'd say it has some measureof drawing his favor from the new

comeback against a f.red up team. The environment was one that literary merit. I'll give ya two Batman Comicsfor President. Neilan's reason: Big

could have easily exploded Into open hostility, but due to the attitudeof it. time spending projects and defi-

both teams, was played with as much sportsmanship as was possible cit financing.
under the prevailing conditions of total war. Meantime, big labor is turningon

And again the spirit was reflected in the big man, and the aggressive Oh Really Now Miss Rhodes the heat for spending and big-
little one. More than once, the tall fifty-two weald untangle himself ger deficits. There are several
from the scramble, breathe a moment of fire, and reach out to swata areas of labor discontent. John-
passing white uniform in an obvious expression of apology.The Says Former Peel EditorBy son's play for the favor of econ-
episode that best reflects the final moments was the scene omy-minded conservatives Is one

of the short fireball, number fifty, riding Baxley out of bounds intoa of them. The AFL-CIO executive
jolting crash at the base of the bleachers..It was almost comicalto JOHN ASKINS 9. If this atrocity Is permittedby council has been meeting In Bal

watch the guy struggle to regain his balance, get his foot out of Asst. Managing EditorIn the non-gove rnlng Student Harbour, Fla. The labor bosses

Baxley's face, and offer him his hand..-all at the same time. ( regard to "Writer hits New Government, then It is time the resolved in favor of a vast Increase -

So the game was somewhat unique, in that it showed tremendous Orange Peel," a letter in Monday's students took steps, if by no other in government spendingfor

desire by both teams, a roaring response from the fans, that never Alligator, written by(Miss?)Sandy means than to write and submit education, health care, low-
quite spilled over into rowd$+ism, and, yes--even officials that seemed Rhodes, 3ED) better manuscripts: Shucks. Fora cost housing, consumer counselIng -

i more interested in officiating than in showmanship. Oh now really, Miss Rhodes. minute there, we were hoping fora and personal guidance ser-

I Coach Hyder, of Georgia Tech, said that it got rough, perhaps "Sickened the hearts of those revolution. vices for low income families and,
more so than should be allowed. This may be so, but the roughnesswas who shelled out 25 cents 10. The bottom has been of course. for nubile works.
such a refreshing change from that of the Alabama game that we get a good humor expectingto reached: The bottom of the lad- Neilan of the Chamber of Com-
magazine?
are prompted to say that this is basketball -- the way it SHOULD be if der to national recognition, we merce and George Meany of AFL-
Say, you can write that sort
played. And somewhat reminiscent of the closing scene of "Tom Jones," of the "Old Orange Peel assume. CIO are beginning to represent
we say of both teams, "let tomorrow bring what It will--for tonight can invective use you., If it hasn't already.Let's 11. But It needs a big boost, utterly opposing points of view on
you have lived." and fast: Money would be nice. Johnson, each supported by some
take criticisms
your point 12. This officially-sanctioned millions of like-minded voters.
by point.
W. C. N. muck is a disgrace to our campus: For Johnson, that spells out in
1. Nauseating cover We have
: For other examples of officially- simple terms a decision he must
secured testimony from 5,000 stu-
sanctioned muck, see the Gator make.
dents to the effect that they ate
Pond. For an example of of- Shall we join with congressional
Dean Answers UF Critic the effects.cover and experienced no ill ficlally-unsanctloned muck, see conservatives in a drive for real

OOP, the well-known Gainesville government economy or with con-
EDITOR: 2. Fifth-rate publication True.
: humor magazine. gressional liberals in a drive for
The New Orange Peel ranks directly
13. ...and an Insult to the entire more spending,bigger annual deficits -
This is a reaction to the letter from Mr. Anthony Capl- behind Esquire
Playboy
student body: Well, we don't LIKE and a steadily increasing national -
tano which you printed as an editorial in the Wednesday, Life and Time.
the entire student body. Just the debt. Not merely a tough
Feb. 19 edition of the "Alligator. Mr.
Capitano complainsthat 3. (NOP) got sicker and sicker:
multitudes within it who boughtour decision to make. That will bea
the UF is and but In
large
Impersonal. Large we are, This was obviously a typographicalerror.
wonderful magazine and tough decision to reveal to one
are
Mr. Capitano's case we were certainly not Impersonal. By What you meant,of course
happy, happy, happy. side and to conceal from the other.
referring to Mr. Capitano's folder I find that he had been was "thicker and thicker," whichwe
in the University College office five times for personal coun- have been getting with each
seling and has also had the personal attention of the Uni- issue. The Florida AlligatorServed

versity College Committee on Student Petitions. Altogetherthis 4. Good fiction not forthcoming:

was quite a lot of personal attention. Right! Our good fiction has AR- by United Press International

I Beyond this Mr. Capitano had apparently received quite a RIVED! Editor ...............................................,..................Walker Lundy
lot of personal attention from another faculty committee. All 5. "Liberty" story out of placeon Managing Editor .......................................................Bill Fuller
In all, I hardly see how Mr. Capitano can complain about lack a coed campus and downright Assistant Managing Editor .......................................:.John Askins

of personal attention. Indeed, he might well have complained unentertaining: Are you trying to Editorial Editor .................................................Wayne Norfleet

I that he received too much. suggest, Miss Rhodes, that libertyhas Sports Editor .........................................................Glenn Laney
, However, I agree that the size of the University makes it gone out of fashion at UF? Wire Editor ...........................................................Bob Thomas
( difficult to provide as much personal attention to studentsas 6. Other stories had neither Feature Editor ...................................................Cynthia Tunstall
we would like. Therefore, we have been trying very'hard plot nor ability to justify the time Campus Living Editor .........................................Judy Lynn Prince
to develop a closer personal relation and we would welcomeany spent reading them: That's what Editorial Assistants .... Ernie Litz, Gail Sobering, Nancy Zimmet,

suggestions students have to make. they said about Balzac, and now Betty Wendt, Betsy Garrison, Steve Vaughn, Sue Dobbie, Charner
May I refer to another comment In Mr. Capitano's letter. he's dead. Powell and Rual Chandler.

He says that "a great deal of the material (in basic courses) 7. A few parts were outstanding Reporters ..... Jim Castello, Phil Hevener, Joel Gaston, Douglas

is taught by graduate students." This is simply not so. We : Miss Rhodes, are you tryingto Molitor, Donita Mathison, Sally Stock, Carol Nobis, Ann Carter,
do use some graduate students In C-3, C-6, and C-l, but they butter us up? Joe Kollin, Pam Pulley, Agnes Fowles, Bob DeLoach, Fran Snider,

teach under the direction of regular faculty members. In the 8. Are the editors so far out Judy Teich, Evan Engle, George Mms! Phil Geyer, Don Federman,
other C-Courses graduate students are not used on the teaching of It that such nightmares as Lost Becky Quinn, Larry Zimmerman, Jackie Cornelius, Patti Pitz,

staff. Symbols," "Are Love and Marri- Gary Williams, Don Davis, Terry Rogers, Sue Haugsted, Joyce
In fact, and greatly to its credit, the University of Florida age Compatible?" and Brave New Kilmer, George Elmore, David Sumner, Jay Havlser, Joe Zeigler,

uses fewer graduate students for freshman and sophomore Women" are cited as being the type Joy Cherry, John Clendenon, Nancy Brachey, Tom Mlllsaps,
teaching than most major universities. of literature our students habitually and Millie Gorman.

peruse?: No. The editorsof

Sincerely, NOP are aware that our stu- THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaper of

dents habitually peruse comic the University of Florida and is published five times weekly except

Byron S. Holllnshead books, C-3 syllabi off-campus during the months of May, June, and July, when a weekly issue is
Dean amateur magazines. We are trying published. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is entered as second class
to uplift them. matter at the United States Post Office at Gainesville, Fla.





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Campus News Briefs III -

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Quakers At UN Mr. Conger's subject will Quaker Talk
be "Cleaning and Housekeeping. -
." All local and area food
The Quaker program at the service employes are invitedto "Friends, Romans, and
United Nations will be the Protestants" is the title ofa ,
attend this program at theuniversity's
subject of a talk by Dr.Cornel discussion about the ecu- q;
main Cafeteria,
ius Kruse this Sunday at 4:30 menical movement, to be heldat ,
athletic
dining room.
p.m. at the Friends Meeting 8 p.m. Friday at the Friends 'J'
House, 1921 NW 2nd Ave. The Meeting House, 1921 NW 2nd tI
ShowA
talk will be preceded by an Library Ave. Speaker will be Dean
Frank Lentz Rogers Bartley
'''' informal tea at 4 p.m. All Freiday from New York, who
4 1 students and faculty are children's library exhibit has represented the Quakersat

cordially invited. featuring 600 recently pub- many inter-church confer- There's big news about Living Insurance from Equitable.A .
': Dr. Kruse, professor lished books will be held In ences In this country and new series of policies tfiat give liberalized benefits and new
A emeritus 0 f philosophy at Room 323, Norman Hall,at the abroad. ';
benefits unique'with Equitable. There's even a new look to
Middle-
t Weslyan University, University of Florida, March "
$' town, Conn., was visiting professor all Equitable policies, making them easier to read and

t-: in humanities here last 918.The books, representing 50 Coin Appointed ': understand. So if you've been planning to buy

i trimester. For several years major publishers, range in insurance, now's the time to do it. Call The
( he was head of the Quaker reading level from kindergarten Man from Equitable. Look ahead with- f
t program at the United Nations through the ninth grade.
C.J. Coin, professor of biological .
in New York, and is now a The exhibit contains new science at the UF, : UVING INSURANCE..FROM EQUITABLE

member of the staff.Dance books on favorite fairy tales, has been appointed to sit on \ .,
tt I as well as science, numbers, an advisory panel for the I: g '
: math and foreign language. federal Undergraduate In-
; Set !;
I:'. Sponsored by the College of sturctional Scientific Equlpffi Frank Lentz &, Rogers Bartley
Education and the Education ment Program (UISEP).
;!::!: Florida Union will sponsor Library, the exhibit will be Coin said UISEP gives I 236 S.W. 4th Ave. FR 2-1210

1\\1\\ : Tahiti" dance Friday at Club -Thursday; from 9 a.m. to in colleges and universities i
hi; Rendezvous in the Florida noon Friday; and from 6:30 that have underM
!ili\1\! Union basement from 8 to 12 -8:30 p.m. Monday -Wednes- graduate scientific programs.
!t\\ p.m. Band will be the Play- day. Teacher groups wishingto The UF professor recently :
{ boys. bring classes at other hours returned from Washington, I;i
I ti!::;; may make arrangements by where he spent two days sitting I.

I calling the Education Library, with the UISEP panel. ,
I r > SanitationJ.N. ext. 2825. During this period the UISEP r !
granted approximately $10 I"i
:
if;: J.N. Conger,sanitrtioncon- Tryouts million in aid to various col- :llii
M\i!:\! sultant of the State Board of leges and universities, according ::1:*:
tr Health, will present the fourth to Coin.
::! in a series of sanitation and Cheerleading tryouts will As far as he knows, said J
;fjII:: safety classes for Food Ser- start Monday afternoon, Coin, he is the only professor 1 1.'
vice's 1964 employe training March 2 a.4:30p.m.onFlort- from the UF ever to sit on k 1. l'"o decided on the kind of job 2.11 hadn't thought of thoseI
'jj: program today. da Field. the panel. ,1:, want when graduate. specifically.l What I l had: in
..... > mind where
: job
was! n they giveou
i. Knowing you 1 d guess! }' u lot of assistants.. I think
:lti W1iHr:1i:11 &i et1.. iMlmjfjt? tj 1M Htmm1f rr.tmJ.t@1fKliliiM% \!:mt.ilB .MnIf .11&& it to bo something modest( that would Ile
: ::::: : : ; ; _: :; _::/; : __ : ., nice.
fdKt'<<-;<>:;<9 lAG'viWtAbk-0d4Y: x Ydw or President of GE. Very nice Maybe they
could start you off at
Peace Plan OfferedGENEVA a hundred grand n year,




(UPI) -- British Foreign Secretary R. A. to him that America has more missiles than the
Butler Tuesday outlined a nine-point disarmament Soviet.
plan that would include creation of an International "What Mr. Butler meant to say was that he, Mr.
peace keeping force and a freeze on missile proButler, believes the Russians are not accepting the
duction. freeze proposal because America has more mis
The Soviets Immediately rejected the plan and Butler siles" but that Tsarapkln did not actually say it.
told newsmen Soviet delegate Semyon K. Butler Introduced the plan to the 17-nation con-
Tsarapkin told him the missile freeze first proposed ference as the high point of his two-day visit. lie
by President Johnson simply would"freeze American arrived Monday and left Tuesday.
superiority In missiles." He told newsmen his major aims were to divert
the huge sums now being spent on armaments to
Clarify Remarks peaceful uses and to begin serious discussion of

British spokesman later clarified Butler's news disarmament measures. :\\VI1,1 did run tin extremely I 4. You think/ maybe I should lowersmiessfiil
conference remark. They said he made a mistake Tsarapkln's quick rejection of the plan was termed ) Niikel-a-1'iiklc sale my sights u little.Don't .
in creating the Impression that Tsarapkln admitted "quite normal" by Butler.
forget to demand I'm afraid to tell you
plenty of stock options. what I think./



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Wed. Feb.26, 1964 The Florida Alligator PoHonor 7

ir Society .-.I.O''of4;i '.." I,*

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Courtspeakers

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nifiates ,

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MAt Pledges a .
4* ", ,' '
r Trained speakers to explain the I 11 tenor[ System will be sent to dormii -

tories. fraternities, sororities, an any other organizations that can
initiation ceremonies Sunday, be contacted, according to Chanc ellor of the Honor Court, Gerald
Vrnold Air Society, the scholastic Richman.
society for Air Force
onorary The Honor Court will be moved
;OTC at the UF, Inducted 24 mem-
into the campus spotlight duringthe
Old
into the service 10-Year
ers organization. third week in March.

The pledge class brought the The Honor Court Speaker's Bur
otal membership to 41largestver Mom Is FineMEXICO eau Is being organized to

} for Arnold Air Society.In y familiarize University stu-
CITY (UPI)
dents with the procedures of the
order to qualify for membership A 10-year-oldglrlbelleved
Honor Court, according to the new
a cadet must have 3.0 mili- + to be Mexico's youngest Chancellor.
in ROTC and mother has laid aside her
\ary average courses
Beginning March 16, the Bureau
n overall 2.5 average in all academic dolls and now spends mostof different
will send speakers to
In addition her time with her son,
courses. applicants a the
areas on the campus to explain
must demonstrate the Jose Guadalupe, born Feb.
operations of the Honor Court,
[eadership ability expected of C.
and answer any questions students :..
uture cadet leaders. 4'I'Ni "I love him much more
have.
may
ti than my dolls," MarlaSan-
v. of the Bureau Is
Arnold Air Society exists prlnarily "The purpose
*; chez Gonzalez told hospi-
as a ervlce organizationd to meet the only real problem,
tal attendants as she left
coordinates its activities with student apathy towards the Honor
yesterday for her home in
he Air Force ROTC department. r the working class district Court," Richman stated.He .
added the best way to com-
of Mexico City known as ,.
Robert Fewox, Arnold Air Society -
bat this apathy Is through an Informational -
representative, said a tripto Colonia Morelos. program such as the
The girl, who was 10
the Pentagon Building in Wash- Honor Court Speaker's Bureau.
ington, D.C. is planned for the years old last October, The speakers will be versedon

organization In March. He said gave birth to the 5-1/2 the aspects of the Honor Court.

24 members of Arnold Air Societywill h.: pound infant after a Cae- They will present a short speechon

make the trip. sarean section. Attending Honor Court procedure, and
N physicians said her physi-
then the floor for discus-
The group will leave on a Friday '11<., cal age is that of a 15- open
sion and questions.
morning and return on a Sunday year-old girl. ,
afternoon. A complete tour of BALLET STAR RUTH KOESUN Social welfare agencies ? They will also present wider
information what in
Washington Is also slated for the .will appear in 'Billy the Kid' tonight at 8:15 in University have taken an Interest in the ; Honor Court on trials, Richman happens said.
group on the trip.In case, and there has been
Auditorium. Student tickets for the performancewill ':" In the past, only the freshmen
talk: of legal action to make
April, two representatives of be $1.50, others $2 at the information booth across ';f i the state the guardian of H have been familiarized with the
the honor society will representthe Honor Court.According.
UF at the national meeting of from the Student Service Center. the infant. to the Chairman of
11"j:::<::"::':m::t:J Ai'
Arnold Air Society delegates in : the Bureau, Jeff Ray, "the Bureau

Denver, Colo.'Negro. plans to contact all University stu-

_
' WinsSenate 7tin m ...s i 40: I S c e:a1e other dents meetings.through the" dormitory, and

by REID POOLE, head of UF music department "In the Fall, we hope to orient
the freshmen by way of discussionsIn

OK class with the Bureau's speakers -
---- -
," Ray added.

The UF Lyceum Council has Adult tickets are $2, all stu- For the first time in Us history, "Should you turn In a fraternity ..
WASHINGTON (UPI) Carl T. seized the opportunity to presentto dents tickets $1.50, on sale at HUB The Florida Orchestra Associa- brother or good friend for cheatIng -

Rowan won approval yesterday as the university community, as information booth daily 1 to 5 p.m. tion will hold Its state high school I ?"
the new director of the U.s. Information will of orchestra contest separate from
a special attraction In additionto Any seats remaining ,
Agency after he assured the band contests. The State This is one of many questions
its regular season offerings, course, be on sale at the door
senators he would have no trouble the great American Ballet Theatre. the night of the performance. Orchestra Contest will be held Fri- speakers will answer during our

portraying America fairly to the Directed by Lucia Chase and Oliver BLACK TIGHTS day and Saturday on the UF campus. program, Ray stated.
world because he is a Negro. the events will take "We also hope to meet with
Smith the company of 100, The feast of the dance con- Most of placein
The Senate confirmed the former the faculty of every college to
including full orchestran tinues as the State Theatre offers, University Auditorium and the
newspaperman's nomination as in University Auditorium for one day only, a unique and Music B u i il din g. Some fifteen get viewpoints and assistance,"
successor Edward R. Murrow appear those of he said. "We need more faculty
orchestras Including
Wednesday, February 26, at 8:15. acclaimed ballet film entitled "
shortly after the Senate Foreign Featured stars include Toni Lan- "Black Tights," starring Zizi Gainesville High School, Dorothy support.

Relations Committee gave him the der, Royes Fernandez,John Kriza, Jeanmaire, Moira Shearer, Cyd Reaves, conductor, and the P.K. Ray also commented that tena-

,nod on a voice vote, with no recorded Dianne Richards, Ruth Ann Koesun, Charisse, Roland Petit, Dirk San- Yonge School, Edward Carwithen, tive plans have been made for an

opposition. and Sallie Wilson. ders, and Henning Kronstam, the conductor, will be judged In pre- Honor Court debate in a girl's
last recently seen here with the pared concert performance and
,....................... BILLY THE KID dormitory.
Of the four ballets making up Chicago Opera Ballet. in sightreading.All Richman stresses that no radi-
the one with Four ballets make up the pro- the concert performance is
Wednesday's program, cal change is planned for the Honor
of the two-hour film. Two to the public free of charge;
the widest popular appeal is "Billy gram open Court system. He added that
Copland, piquant items are "The Diamond orchestras will be performing in
music by Aaron
the Kid, the Bureau was strictly an infor-
Junior Year choreography by Eugene Loring, Cruncher" (Le Croqueuse de Dia- University Auditorium Friday mational program.
and starring John Kriza in the mants) with Jeanmaire, and "A from 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

title role. Merry Mourning," (Deull en 24 Three of the best high school According to Ray, the Bureau

In BALANCHINE CHOREOGRAPHY Heures) with Cyd Charisse and orchestras in the state will be will be limited to 35 speakers.The .

Choreography for two of the Roland Petit. selected by the judges to appear Bureau has 20 at the present.The .

ballets are by the great George Moira Shearer is Roxane in'Cyrano in a special concert, free and open speakers mainly consist of

Balanchine: "Grand Pas"Glaz- de Bergerac," with Roland to the public, at 8:15 I Friday, In Honor Court justices, Blue Key

New York ounov, music from Act III of Ray- Petit as Cyrano. The fourth the University Auditorium. speakers, and Honor Court coun-

monda," and "Theme and Varia- ballet is Petit's setting of "Car- SOLOS AND ENSEMBLES selors.
men" it will be interesting to of dOT of solo and ensemble -
tions," the music being the Theme ; Tens ns However anyone who can speak
i and Variations from Tschai- compare his treatment of events will also be judged, effectively, and Is willing attend

An unusual one.year ; ko\sky's Suite No.3 for Orchestra. "Carmen" with that of Ruth Page, mostly on Saturday. the Bureau's orientation meetings,
the is the which the Chicago Opera Ballet Judges for the contest are Edward -
Rounding out program can speak for the Bureau,Ray
college program. '+Pas de Deux" from "Flower presented here. Our thanks to Troupin and Robert Schl her added. ;.. '

Festival," featuring Toni Lander manager Bill Henderson of the of UF, Lucas Drew of the University -
Young choreography State Theatre for bringing such of Miami, Robert Jlaucl'!! of Interested students can contact
t and Gayle BouinonUlle; and musicbvEiivard art films to the l'ni\ersity City. Stetson University, and Ronald Ray through the Honor Court offices -

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Editor MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (UPI) seventh round. Watching across to knock out the youngster from
Sports Unbeaten young Cassius Clay the ring, he apparently realized Lousiville, Ky.
proved Tuesday night that his mitts that Liston was unable to continue. In the third round, Liston, of
Ii were as mighty as his mouth when Then referee Barney Felix Denver, Colo., staggered his tall-
he scored a technical knockout in signalled the fight was over. er and more streamlined opponent
A Packer In GainesvilleRed the seventh round over the great In his corner, Liston, sufferedthe early with a left hook that knocked
Sonny Liston and won the world first knockout of his career, him into the ropes and then bat-
Cochran sat on a ledge In Florida Gym before the Vanderbllt- heavyweight championship mono of said, "I just couldn't go on. I tered him with rights and lefts.
Florida game last weekend, and talked about football while they the ring's greatest upsets because was hit on my left shoulder In the But Cassius refused to go down.
bounced basketballs around. It is not unusual that Cochran should Liston had sprained his left first round and it kept getting Clay rallied in the fourth round
talk of football at a basketball game, for he is offensive backfield shoulder. worse all the time." and out-boxed the champion, but in
coach of the National Football League's Green Day Packers. Clay, former Olympic light At the end of the sixth round the fifth it seemed that Clay surely

Even If you aren't one of the growing,hoard of professional football heavyweight champion,came danc- referee Felix had the fight scored would go down because he was
fans, the backfield that Cochran coaches Is composed of some names ing out into the center of the ring 57-57, for each fighter. Judge staggered by a left hook and then
you may recognize. Bart Starr, the man who shows young Jimmy just before the bell rang for the William Lovett had the fight scored battered from rope to rope and he
how to get the greasy kid stuff out of his hair on TV, is the quarter- 58-56 Liston, but Judge Gus Jacob- was so befuddled that he was
l back. Jim Taylor is the fullback, and Tom Moore, the exVanderbiltstar ALL CAMPUS son had' it scored 59-56 for Clay. blinking and placing his glove in
who is not to be confused with Tom Moore, the ex-Florida base- When the fight was over, Clay's tapping fashion on the champion'shead.
ball star, is a halfback. BASKETBALL mother and father came to the ring .
t .. Then there's halfback Paul Hornung, the blond hero who was given -- but because of the confusion were Liston's right eye became badly
a season's vacation from the game by NFL commissioner Pete Rozelle ORANGE LEAGUE unable to enter it. swollen In the sixth round under
after his roney was discovered where it shouldn't be, in gamblers' Clay finally came over and said, Cassius' repeated left Jabs and
hands. Allen Trammell 6-1 ATO "Mom, didn't I tell you I was hard rights to the face.
Cochran was a faIr country football Carl Fabry 6-5 PKA the greatest. Here I am the cham-
player in his own day. He Jim Benson 6-4 ATO pion of the world." Cassius FinedMIAMI
played and coached at Wake Forest Charles Casey 6-2 PDT Clay, 22, haa an advantage In
College, then played for pay with Randy Jackson 6-4 PDT the first round because of two hard BEACH, Fla. (UPI) -
the old Chicago Cardinals in the Bobby Patton 5-9 SAE rights to the body and a seriesof At the wackiest weigh-in cere-
NFL, serving on their 1947-48 Ross Small 5-7 SPE left Jabs plus several hard mony in boxing history,challenger
championship team. Al Hirsch 6-2 PLP combinations to the head. Cassius Marcellus Clay staged
He was later a coach in Detroit Scott Hager 6-0 SX Then Liston, weighing 218 such a frenzied performance yes-
Lion employment, and came Willie Lager 6-2 PKT pounds to Caly 210-1/2 threatened terday that he was branded; "scaredto
to Green Bay from the Lions four death" by a doctor and fined
years ago, at the same time em- DORM LEAGUE $2,500 of his purse for last night's
pire-building head coach Vince SORORITYORANGE -title fight with Sonny Liston.
Lombardi did. Green Bay has Will Rogers 6-3 Graham At one point during the weighin -
since risen from the low-life status Glenn Dunn 6-2 Hume the seating and shouting Clay
of a team you always expected I Jeff Pardee 6-1 Hume clenched his right fist and moved
BLUE
to lose to that of a one you Dave Creech 6-1 Graham menacingly toward Sonny and kept
LEAGUE LEAGUE
now always expect to win. Ben Holley 6-7 Murphre"G"Chip hollering, "Come on! Come on!"
I
AOP 150
Cochr.n came to, town, visited Hoye 6-3 Murphre"G"NormanBrooks AEP 275 SK 130 Cassius kept taunting the cham-
his cousin Otis Boggs, the Gator 5-8 Graham ZTA 220 pion:
'I PM 110
radio announcer; played golf with Mickey Blay 5-11 Hume ADP 150 DPE 90 "Hey, chump! Youhaven'tfoughtanybody
I Dave Fuller, the baseball coach; KAT 135 good yet. Aren't you
___ I _and_ took_ ___ a- _look___w _at_ Florida,. tha BLUS LEAGUE DDD 135 JJQ AXO 70 70 scared I'll eat you up? I'll get

football team. His chief reason for being here was to watch the Ga- KD 130 XO 50WOMENS' your hide tonight!"
Steve Braun 5-11 DU Again and again he yelled: "I
In drills for the coming season.
tors who are currently engaged spring
Steve Mohler 5-10 LCA want to rumble! I want to rumble!
"During the off-season it's part of all the coaches' Jobs to look I Lauri Hammer 6-3 PGD And right now! I'm the greatest!
over the college spring practices as a talent scout, and the South- Tom Reavell 6-2 DX And I'll do it in eight to prove
eastern Conference area is my territory," he explained. Bob Reed 6-0 XP I I'm great."

Some Professional Opinions"We John Hoft 6-2 DU
c Wayne Bolden 6-0 LCA INDEPENDENT GATOR CLASSIFIEDS
go around to watch the boys we know are definite professional
I Jim Biggart 5-10 LCA REACH EVERYWHERE
prospects, and we're also keeping an eye open for people we haven't I Kent Goble 6-0 DU
heard too much about, like this Gagner boy you have here," he con- Charles Johnson 5-10 roD ORANGE BLUE
LEAGUE LEAGUE
tinued.

j Cochran was praising Larry Gagner, the Gators' big 230-pound *, Reid 420 N. Rawl. 335
tackle from Daytona Beach, who'll be a Junior next season. S.E. Brow. 330 S. Rawl. 340
The Packer coach said he was also impressed with linebacker- Yulee 305 E. Jenn. 310 Y
center Roger Pettee, who was benched for most of last season with Res. Asst. 245 W.O.C. 270
injuries, and mentioned that Green Day has the draft rights to end FRATERNITYOrange S.E. Brow. 220 C. Jenn. 150

If Barry Brown.Of N.E. Brow. 180 W. Ji nn. 145
course, the subject of fullback Larry Dupree came up. League Blue League Mallory 170 Graham 120
"Dupree is a great football player," Cochran said. "He's got PDT 658 LXA867SAE N.W. Brow. 140
everything you look for in a college back. But there's only one thing 648 POD 860 ..
that might hurt his professional chance, and that's size." TEP 631 DU 694 b
Dupree's '-11, 195 pound dimensions make him somewhat smaller ATO 578 XP 602
than the average professional back these davs. PKT 570 PKP 513 PIPE CORNER

Hornung Back DTD 560 TKE 511

Concerning the Packers, it has been fairly well established that SN 559 DX 469
Hornung will be back in the good graces of Comm.. Rozelle and rein BTP 515 PEP 435
stated for the'64 season. This has brought up the question of what SX 512 DSP 360
will become of Moore, who filled In for him at halfback last season. PKA 460 AGR 325
"We think Moore did a great Job for Paul and Is too talented not SPE 450 '
a to be playing somewhere," Cochran emphasized. "With Hornung back PLP 420
he'll probably be moved over to flankerback" KA 410
It's no secret that Green Bay sorely missed the multi-talented AEP 375 I
Hornung this past season. They won the title with him in 1962, but TX 370 Jt I I II Ii
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