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Scholarship Banquet Honors J30 ;. -




By CAROL NOBISOf Jourard asserted that chlldrens' is to develop questions that would with emasculated brains, timid, est averages in their areas.
The Gator Staff curiosity is quashed as they reach chronically bother you and ask safe." The award for Broward-Raw-

school age and drive teachers your text, which will be glad to Questions should be treasured; lings area, called the V. W. Club
The Seventh Annual Housing close to distraction with their share its knowledge with you. answers are less important. Some Scholarship Award, went to Third
Scholarship Banquet at the Stu- 'incessant questions. By the time Too many students want to geta students' brains have such atro- Floor Southwest Broward. The
dent Service Center last night students reach college age they diploma so that after gradua- phied question muscles that often Graham Area Scholastic Award
honored 130 students averaging have lost the "lust for knowledge"and tion they can pose as Intellectu- textbooks have to pose the quest- went to Powell Section,while Jack-
3.75 or higher. are only Interested in grades, ally curious members of society, ions they want readers to ask, son Section of Hume Hall earnedTlje
Speaker Dr. Sidney M. Jourard, he said. he said. Jourard said.Director Emory G. Diamond Scholar- '
{
associate professor of psychology, The secret to remaining Intell- Too many universities graduate of Housing Harold C. ship Award. ,
spoke on"The Challenge of Learn- ectually curious in subjects that students who haven't found the fascination Riker presented seven awards to
ing." could be boring, said Jourard, of learning or "people residence sections with the high (See Page 2))
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I The Florida Alligator




Vol.56, No.105 University of FloridaGainesville ThursdayFeb.27,1964



LBJ To Visit





I Florida Today P



PALATKA, Fla. (UPI) Construction of the cross-Florida barge
canal will start with a bang Thursday when President Johnson sets offa
dynamite blast to get the long-delayed project under way.
President Franklin D. Roosevelt similarly initiated construction of

a sea level cross-state canal in 1935, throwing a switch at his home in

Hyde Park, N.Y., but the projectwas I
Cdldwcll Set abandoned the next year.
Johnson accompanied by Mrs. J1\

Johnson and their daughters Lynda ., .
To SpeakThe Bird, 19, and Lucy flames, 16,
will stop at the canal site Rode- I
heaver Boys Ranch 10 miles south-
Honorable Millard F. Caldwell
-
west of here on his way to a Demo-
Justice of the Florida
cratic fund rasing dinner at
Supreme Court, will speak tonightin Miami Be,\ch.
the Florida Union Auditorium at
The President will leave his jet i % 1+ e
8:15 as opening speaker of the '
at Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Campus Conservative Club spon- and fly to the canal site and back.in
sored "Conservatism 1964" lec-
a helicopter. He will set off
ture series. _. .,.., ... ..
the explosion 1,500 feet away by -- io :J> 1'1't :!' AJA":'':;:' '''''''''''''I' ----
The topic of his address, is pulling a switch in front of the TYPICAL ROTC INSPECTION
Our Form of Govern-
"Changing ment." speaker's platform. .is conducted by Susan Saunders, reigning Military Ball Queen, inspecting Army

Caldwell was the governor of expected About to 15,000 bo on persons hand for are the and Air Force Cadets. Applications for the 1964 Military Ball Queen Contest must be I

National Florida, 1945-49 Governor's; chairman Conference of the ceremonies, including Gov.Farris turned in to Nick Touchton), at the Delta Tau Delta house by Monday.NewRequirementsDue.
Bryant and U.s. Sens. George
1946-47; president of the Council -
Smathers and Spessard Holland.
of State Governors, 194648.In The' only member of the state's
1950 he was ::;. ,. congressional delegation not I IChanges
appointed to the]r. Jft; \: planning to attend was Rep.Charles ,,
first Federal CI'I
Bennett, who was afraid he might -
vil Defense Ad- M1 ;
I miss a roll call and mar his perfect in Mathematicsand lower division for engineering ma- merly, it was an honors program.
ministrator. In ,( attendance record. English and several additions in jors. Another English course will Now any student In engineering
1962 he was appointed The Corps Engineers esti- the College of Engineering were be required during upper division may obtain this degree. Major
Justice of I
mates it will be eight to 10 years announced this week by Prof.Wil- work. emphasis can be on engineering
the Supreme) before the 107-mile canal stretch- liam L. Sawyer of the dean's This change was made to make mechanics, nuclear engineering,
Court. ing from Jacksonville to Yankee office. room in the lower division for the or environmental and biomedical
Justice Cald- town, is a reality. It will cost The changes will go into effect engineering students to take more enginee ring.
well's talk I '
tonight of $158 million to build and will beginning with the 1964-65 year. required subjects in engineeringsuch Each of the curricula requireat
first
is the CALDWELLonce have five locks to keep the water The math requirements have as more math and technical least six hours of non-tech-
-amonth lecture series level constant. been increased. The number of subjects. nical electives in upper divisionin
sponsored by the UF Campus The groundbreaking will start mathematical hours will be 18 "The English course to be takenin either the social sciences or
Conservative Club. The purpose construction on the initial six- starting with MS 206 instead of upper division will be left up humanities in addition to C-S.
of the series according to Chair- mile cut which twill run from the the present 16 beginning with MS to the individual departments,"
man Bill McCollum, is to bring site of the St: -'Johns lock to a 206 said Prof. Sawyer.A More emphasis will be givento
UF students into closer contact a point 2.5 miles southwest of The first year English course change in the engineering the basic fundamentals in the
with conservative political phil- Rodman. (C-3) will not be required in the sciences has also occurred. For- engineering sciences and mathe-
osophy and its relationship to matics but work in engineering
current affairs.Solons. graphics has been has been re-

Maryland Negro Students duced.A .

'Sure' course in computer programing -
will be added to all the engineering -

Fight Armed State Policeonto curricula along with a
l Of BuildingAlachua course In engineering materials to
help get the student more accustomed -
: PRINCESS ANNE, Md. the curb. Newsmenand fusing to obey a police to the tools used In engineering -

County County legis- r;;. (UPI) -- State police,using even one state policeman ficer and with : .
lators came out of huddle with snarling dogs, clubs and were struck by the conduct.A Of-I"
"This change will not affect
Gov. Farris Bryant and his < automobiles as battering cars. fire truck was
the students who
cabinet Tuesday seemingly sure rams fought a pitched Within seconds, a onto the scene .and a high rdl presently enrolled -
In
but it will
engineering
the UF will soon get approval tf street battle with Negro pitched battle erupted and pressure hose was hooked
affect those who transfer and the
for its general classroom build- students Wednesday and two dogs were used to up. It was not used im- "
: : sent them fleeing in terror. charge into the crowd. mediately.The I freshmen of next year, said Prof.

ing.Sen.. J. Emory (Red) Cross The dogs bit an esti- Screams of terror filled Negro students Sawyer.
j 4 and Rep. Ralph Turlington said r mated demonstrators the air. fought bark, using sticks, All departments have been revised -
after a caucus with Bryant and the legs and arms. State A group of 150 to 200 bottles and stones to hurlat and now a uniform 150 cre-
his cabinet that they expect a :W. policemen clubbed dozens students broke and ran the state troopers and dit hours are needed to graduate
decision on the building to come : of others and kicked some back to the Campus of dogs. for all departments.
within a week. 1 that had fallen In their Maryland State College, a The students broke According to Prof. Sawyer, If
r' The Alachua lawmakers said ; tracks. half-mile from town, the their 48-hour demonstration 17 hours are taken every tri-

t! building construction will start One state trooper said dogs at their heels.At truce with the town mester, it will take a student
according to present plans, or ..F that a student threw acid least 15 of the demon- and marched into the business nine trimesters to complete the
new plans will be set to meet '' in his face. strators were clubbed, district from the col- '\ four years. If the student should

the original $1.2 million building The battle erupted when kicked and shoved into police lege campus singing, for one reason or another not aver-
,, appropriation set by the :h the state troopers used cars and taken to the "Down With Jim Crow." age 17 hours a trimester, thenit
legislature In 1963. their cars to bumpdemon- Princess Anne jail where There were more than 300 would take him ten trimestersor

r strators off the streets and they were charged with re- of,them. longer.



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Page 2 'The Florida Alligator Thursday,Feb.27, 1964 "'/.:,


GRAND WINNER He Cleaned Up!

William I I R. Drennen, 'Y'
If you'd like to know how much work is involved In lugging
2UC, ;es with silver
po
100 silver dollars around, ask William R. Drennen, 2UC. '
dollars after winning the Drennen Is the winner of a contest recently held by Jim

new name contest recentlyheld < Backburn, owner of the new "U-Coln'laundry next to University -

by Jim Backburn, t I ''I was Station.looking for a name for the laundry and decided to i2.

owner of the new "U-Coin" "' said Backburn.
1 run a contest to get one,
,
laundry next to University L "w Backburn said he selected Drennen's entry because it was
"
"original and catchy.
.sxt
station. .F "
"Gator Groomer.
The winning name was
AA
k W Ib "
.
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Aches And Pains'

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J 9 \. Cited By HartmanBy



GARY WILLIAMS updating of the "fedual" struct-

0 Staff WriterDr. ure of the UF administration, and
the decentralization of authority
I '"
I G ,< Frederick H. Hartmann, UF through responsible participationat
b YS' representative to the National all levels by the faculty and administration -

if' Council of the American Associa- concerned.

tion of University Professors,
Hartmann, recently returned
AAUP, outlined where the univer-
from a Southeastern conference
4 sity stands in realtion to other
P AAUP meeting, said the conditions
universities, and where it needsto
prevailing at the greater majorityof
go, at a dinner meeting of the
our sister Institutions are
local AAUP chapter Tuesday night.
shocking.
Problems at the University of
Fla. range from a scarcity of "Some are pathetic in terms of
Campus Police ArrestPainting resources and an abundance of pay, some academic freedon, and

needs, to "the aches and painsof some faculty participation in Uni-

an institution undergoing the versity government.There .

difficult transition from sleepy is a danger today of var-

PrankstersA Southern Paternalism to modern ious classes of prlvlledged faculties -

complicated greatness," Hart- due to the great range of
mann said. conditions at the various univer-

concrete needs Hartmann sities, he added.
prank dating back to the beginning taken to the "niversity Police station are now entering the communist In ,
outlined four the UF Is deficient "We have long from
come a
areas way
of the trimester was clear- after police linked them with sector.
ed up last weekend with the arrestof paint thrown on a police car. Earlier In the evening the stu- in: Faculty and assistance, where we were,even in the 16 yearsI
salaries leaves of absences have been here."Hartmann said.
an
two UF students on another dents had been seen driving
insurance and other "Where we need to Is toward
charge Involving the Indiscriminate The earlier prank involving through the Medical: Center parkIng program, go
benefits.In effective modernization of
use of paint.J. painting messages on the reverse lot without lights. fringe more

C. Seymour, 2UC 1225 S.W. side of signs Identifying the new They were stopped and ques- asking for more financial resources the administration, Internally and
and toward the reali-
Second Ave., and his roommate restricted areas. One of the tioned at the time. and if these needs externally,
are
zation of the four material improvements
Edward J. McCamphlll,2UC,were messages read: "Achtung, you Later the police discovered that neglected, faculty members cannot outlined above he-

their police car, which they had perform to the high Ideals of concluded. ,
ner Rice, Frederick John Breeze. left while making their rounds,had giving the best education possible,
ScholarshipContinued Also Included are Michael Johr been splattered with paint. he said.

Brown, Terry Lee Gandy, Jorge Police retraced the path of the
( From 1))
Page Martinez, Michael Guy Winslow, boys and located an empty paint "We are not money grubbers, Luxurious
The Jennings Hall Scholarship Chandra B. Aulsbrook, Marcia can beside the road. They then yet we have material needs,"
Award was given to First Floor Susan Cohen, Barbara Anne Coo- went to the students' apartment. Hartmann said. "But the pro- Dacron and Wool

East Jennings. Fletcher "K" ley, Sandra Elizabeth Gregory, Police said that McCamphill had fessor is tormented, he does not
received the J. J. Tigert Scholar- Lisabeth Ann Hall, Jane Eliza- paint on his clothes. want the public image of a union Jackets

ship Award for Murphree Area. beth Kimbrell, Margaret Ann Lee, Upon questioning, police said, man, but he still must ask for

The William L. McRae Scholastic Thomas Edward Albert, Bart Mil the two admitted the paint throw- money." ....IR.Zvlk.
/
Achievement Award was given ton Trapp, John Will Whatley, Ing, and McCamghlll admitted that ( -J.1
"
to Weaver II of Tolbert Area, Wanda Faye Argo, Judith Leslie he was responsible for the letter- The absence of material pre- \.. (" .
and the Florida Yulee Neff Memo- Barnes, John Stephen Alton. Ing on the restricted area signs. requisites can be serious matter, :''f J

rial Scholarship Award was won John Matthew Rinzel, David Howard The two paid a $25 fine at the and can affect the quality of a : }1
by Mallory Ground and First Floorin Tracy, Gloria Allen Boddie City Police station for disorderly university on many levels, Hart ""'t._

Yulee Area.Students and Sandra Ann Comma completethe conduct In the paint throwing in- mann said.Hartmann. A', .' -,.. 'j",I,*#'i,,
who received 4.0 aver- on-campus list. Off-campus cident. also called for the :"" ,{1jd'. \ 9to I \

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Lee Ann Draud, Irene Ruth Hosid, Wayne Conner, Marueen Louise I !: :

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V Thursday, Feb.27,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3



Kelly's Wife Gives



Check For DebateTALLAHASSEE


rt (UPI)The wife of Democratic gubernatorial candidate
Scott Kelly sent the state party head her check for $2,500 yesterday to
help finance Joint television debates by the five candidates.Mrs. .
Kelly, in a letter to Warren Goodrich, said the check couldn'tbe
cashed, however, unless the other candidates put up like amounts.
..t 7a
she said she understood it would
cost $15,000 for the state Demo-
Realistic cratic committee to arrange for
joint television appearances on a
statewide network from
r I Ii Iti broadcast
major population centers.
ApproachThe Kelly, Miami Mayor Robert
High, Sen. John E. Mathews,Jack-
sonville, and Rep. Frederick Karl,
Florida gubernatorial race of Daytona Beach, have agreed to
will be won by the candidate who the joint appearances. But Jack-
works hardest, projects himselfthe sonville Mayor Haydon Burns and
most and makes the people Fred O. Dickinson, West Palm
believe he will make the best Beach, have been cool to the idea.
chief executive. There seems little llkllhood the
This was the prediction of gubernatorial check will be cashed since neither
candidate JohnE. Burns nor Dickinson has indicatedany
Mathews at a Florida Dlue Key desire to take part in the pro-
banquet at the Primrose Inn Tues posed debates.
day night.In The j joint appearances were
-.- ______________________n first proposed by Mathews and
PLAYBOY BAND what he termed "strictly a Karl set up meetings to discussthe

the Club the Florida Union..Pictured political speech," Mathews said he proposal. He also suggestedthe
.plays on campus at Rendezvous Friday night at
I is basing his campaign on Democratic party sponsor the
from left to right are : Lin Thomas, drums; Larry Villanueva, sax; Bill Carter lead a realistic approach to the pro- debates. Goodrich refused. Karl

guitar; Frank Birdsong, rhythm and Randy McDaniel bass. blems facing Florida. His cam- then asked Gov. Farris Bryant to
___________________ aplgn is .also based on a firm Influence Goodrich to accept and
w belief that the Florida voter is he asked the governor to serveas
I International Ball Sold OutTickets mature enough to see through the debate moderator. Bryant
"sham, hullabaloo and trimmings" refused.
to the InternationalWeek Mrs. Laurie said a little-pub- tendance," said Mrs. Laurie, surrounding the candidates.
Ball are sold out, accord- licized concert by a Cuban choir, "and participation" has been...ah... Mathews' denied accusations that Ruby Trial
ing to Mrs. Rosanna Laurie of called the "Coral Cubana," wouldbe Interesting. he was running just to "get his
the International Center. presente. Friday night at the "Interesting" obviously meantan feet wet" in preparation for a
The ball, to be held at the Uni- University Lutheran Church. alleged heated discussion between future governor's race. Needs FourDALLAS
versity Inn at 8:30 p.m. Saturday, Time for the event is 8:00 p.m. fervent Arab and Israeli lie asked the voters to "view
climaxes UF's International Week and admission is free she said."They've partisans last night during the the candidates as a piece of mer- (UPI) Moving swiftlyas
forum on "Crisis of The Jordan chandise." the end neared,attorneys seateda
for 1964. been having good at- River." salesman mailman and
1 --- "'----'- .--...............-- II a a
stylish lady bookkeeper as jurorsin
lie also asked them to find out the Jack Ruby murder trial
ftL1N41ThtiIiTSPECIAL I I about the candidates backgroundsand yesterday and had only four to
mentioned records available
go.The
for inspection. His last requestof sixth, seventh and eighth
t the voters was to examine jurors were chosen on the ninth
PURCHASE: the platforms promised by the day, to make the jury two-thirds
candidates in terms of the power complete. It appeared the end
of the Florida governor.The of the bickering, maneuvering and
most serious problem facing quarreling over jury prospects
this state I s education, said might be in sight.
CAPEZIOS FLATS Mathews. The state is still operat- The second man up at the
ing on the basic concepts of Horace afternoon session, Juston Glenn
Mann, he stated. Holton Jr., 31, a mailman, was
He cited a need for new con- quickly accepted by both sides.
AND LITTLE HEELS cepts and a re-evaluation of the Holton said he had seen a rerun -
educational program. Above all of the telecast of Ruby shoot-
the means of quality will have to Ing Lee Harvey Oswald. He agreed
accompany the quantitative expan- with the defense that the shooting
sion in the educational system, itself was not a crime, it was
he said. the "Intent in a man's mind."

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Page 4 The Florida Alligator I Thursday, Feb.27,1964


EDITORIAL: ,! I Writer Criticizes Action Of DeanEDITOR


I Two PlateausThe I : tions, Dean Hollinshead delved into the University College office five as such, men it ought to.
The dialogue between Anthony Capitano's university files and times for personal counseling and Equally disheartening is
University of Florida finds attention the second paragraph of Dean Hol-
has also had the personal
Capitano and University College aired the contents for all of us
It's interestsbeing debated on two of the University College linshead's letter. There, In sar-
Dean Byron S. Hollinshead on the to see. Regardless of whether
political plateaus this week .. question whether our universityIs Capitano's criticism of the university Committee on Student Petitions"the castic tone, be informs us that
the state and the local. Dean Capitano has been dealth with
Impersonal took an astonishingturn Is correct, this invasion ( quoted words are from by
The subject of the state legis- in Dean Holllnshead's letterto of his privacy by Dean Hollins Hollinshead's letter) is a private "another faculty committee," and
lature debate Is the con- the Dean leaves it to us to
proposed matter. If current University Col- draw
The Alligator! February 26. head cannot be justified. The
struction of a new classroom does not recognize it our own conclusions from his
To refute Capitano's conten- fact that a student has "been in lege policy
building. After having given tenta- innuendo.

tive need)approval for the(thus building recognizing, the final the I .Not Matter Of Public Record, Says AnotherEDITOR Hollinshead.I do not know But Capitano or Dean

awarding of the contract has been assuming that
because of low bid Capitano did not give his per-
delayed a attention from
College or personal
of Mr.
: formation from the file
which exceeded estimates notandshould mission, I am sorry that his records -
by a I'd just like to comment briefly Capitano, a former student who the Petitions Committee is have been In
opened this
little over a cool quarter of a on the letter from Dean Hollins criticized the U. of F., a serious not be a matter of public fashion.
million dollars ($262,000). The head which appeared In Wednes- breach of ethics. The fact that record.
legislature Is bOW hesitating between -
day's ALLIGATOR. I considerthe this student received personal
two alternatives; whetherto Martin Rosmarln, 7AS David L. Willing
Dean's action of exposing inUF's counseling from the University
have the building redesignedto
meet the sum which has been

delay allocated completion(provided date this would past not the (AtrI' 8EAu1if He Never Supressed FreedomEDITOR

!
goal of September 1965), or con- I'M rtf' GREA1Esr
struct part of the building with : tional leaders throughout history.
the funds available,and delay com- However, I feel that there is a
pletion until th' additional reve- It is perhaps true that there point where such a comparisonmust
nue could be approved.The are similarities between George and should stop.
first alternative casts a Washington and Fidel Castro, as I do not believe history showsus
pale shadow of dissappointment; there most likely have been simi- that George Washington ever
the building was designed to meet larities between most of the na- surpressed personal freedom or
-
the changing needs of modernedu- liberties. I do not believe he
cation, and Is said to have Incor- Difference staged circus trials or mass exe-
porated the flexibility necessaryto cutions of his political enemies.
keep pace with this changing Does ExistEDITOR Nor, do I believe that George
need for years to come. It is Washington after this Nation's independence -
our assertion that the first vic- : tried to fill the popu-
tim of the"redesign for economy"move lace with hate toward England in
would be to rob the structure Pq I, as a Cuban, am not sur- an attempt to overshadow the
of this flexibility--by changing the prised at the American reverencefor shortcomings of his own admini-
plans for convertable classrooms, George Washington and feel stration.
movable partitions, etc. To sacri- that there is no basis for com- Castro is perhaps a great man
fice such a long term benefit fJ parison between him and Castro.To as Mr. King did not specifically
because of a short term unwillingness ;. -. start with, when Washington state in his smear of Washington,
to appropriate additional fought the Englishmen he was representing although In my opinion his letter
funds would seem as Incongruousas the majority of popu- did indicate he feels this way. I
building more "temporary" lar opinion and Castro, I can do feel however, that his policy
buildings known for their perma- THE NEW AMERICAN IDEAL assure you, Is not. towards personal freedomand lib
nency. Next, Washington fought for the erties, as well as his dictatorial
The second alternative introduces freedom and rights of the Indi- inclinations far overshadow any
the monster that has been vidual which Castro is trying to good he may have done on the posi-
the nemesis of hundreds of col- Deaf To Anguished Cries? destroy. Washington allied him- tive side in Cuba.

lege students -- procrastination.Once self with England In order to win George Washington on the other
-
the completion is delayed, EDITOR: Communism has obtained a beachhead freedom for his people and not hand, although he did not act with
the Impetus for obtaining its com- In the heart of our continent to put his country under the domi- loyalty to a country that was sur-
pletion may have to be purchasedwith It is incredible that an entire : It wants to expand by every nation of those powers; whereas pressing the colonies, did help
the sacrifice of some future continent composed of free nations means available short of total war; Castro has allied himself with foster a country that while per-
need.We suddenly has become deaf to the its hands can be seen In every Russia and has placed his peo- haps not perfect, has certainly
believe the way to plan for cra 4k of the firing squad, to the country of this hemisphere,Venezuela ple under Russia's domination. become great.
the future is to examine the need, cries of anguished mothers, the Panama, Colombia, Brazil, Alberto Lanza Robert E. Weiss
design a structure to fill that beg for help of the freedom fighter Puerto Rico, Guatemala,etc.Killing -
need, and then decide If the fulfillment the fear of the persecuted, the sabotage Student rltos.
of the need is worth the lamentations of thousands tortured We shall fight back or perish. Wants To Congratulate ThemEDITOR I
appropriation.The and lying in jail, and the prayers America must awaken. The Hemi
need is obvious.We of nearly a million exiles,all callsphere must act. Tomorrow it : everyone connected with it.
believe the fulfillment of that ing for help in this fight against the might be too late. The next time you arrange to
need is Important enough to justify red monster.A To the people responsible for bring the witty, collegiate,
a search for ways of appro- decisive battle is being fought Emilio de Cardenas bringing the CHARLATAN to the Charlatan to the UF, please do
priating the funds for its expe- inside Cuba, evil against God, Cuban Rev. Committee U of F: everyone a favor by either burning
dition rather than casting around After seeing the FSU humor It, or using it as a club to beat
for low cost, or procrastinating Resignation Might ResultEDITOR magazine which you helped to bringto some sense Into each others'
alternatives.It the UF, I want to congratulateyou heads. (Excluding of course, the
doesn't seem too presump- people on perpetrating the big- refreshing, coed pin-ups, which
tuous to expect the state cabinetto : the University of Florida and the gest hoax since the Beatles. The you'll probably want to hang on
provide space for classroomsas present secretary of the Florida only positive thing that can be ycur office wall).
quickly and efficiently as pro- If there is no answer to this Blue Key have gone unanswered said about the "magazine" is that
vision has been made to accommo- letter, then I shall be forced to these many, many days. I am its' title very accurately describes Mike Grover
date additional fans at FSU foot-' resign from the New Jersey State not a patient man, but for the sake
ball games. Florida Alumni League which has of the old Orange and Blue I have
OR IS it? its headquarters in Coonstown, N. waited. But long enough. The Florida AlligatorServed
J. Where can I get, borrow, buy or
W. C. N. My letters to the Registrar of rent a catalogue of the Universityof by United Press International

Florida containing courses, fac- Editor ..................................................................Walker Lundy
I Good ulty, etc.? Managing Editor ......................................................Bill Fuller ;
Science Thing
Military Where can I purchase a Florida Assistant Managing Editor ........................................John Askins
Blue,Key? Editorial Editor ...........,......................................Wayne Norfleet
EDITOR: proficiency, and recommendationsfrom Simple, isn't it? No. Sports Editor .........................................................Glenn Laney
the cadre and cadet leaders. I am class of 1940 Florida Blue Wire Editor ...........................................................Bob Thomas
Military science at the Univer- The students who raise their Key, Hall of Fame Florida Review Feature Editor ...................................................Cynthia Tunstall
sity of Florida is a good thing.In hands, whether to answer quest- Summer Gator, Seminole, Campus Living Editor .........................................Judy Lynn Prince
the ROTC classroom (as in Ions or to volunteer for extra intramural boxing, honor student, Editorial Assistants .... Ernie Litz, Gall Sobering, Nancy Zimmet,
any classroom), the students who duties, SHOULD be rewarded. The president of Phi Kappa Tau, Flori- Betty Wendt, Betsy Garrison, Steve Vaughn, Sue Dobhie, Charner
work are the ones who are industrious ones who do not (and there are da Players, Radio Station WRUF, Powell and Rual Chandler.:!
ambitious, intelligent, some,) probably do not know the etc. Reporters ..... Jim Castello, Phil Hevener, Joel Gaston, Douglas
and forward-looking. answers to the questions asked,or When Ient to the universityIt Molitor, Donita Mathison, Sally Stock, Carol Nobis, Ann Carter,
The purpose of the ROTC pro- do not want to perform the extra was strictly non-coeducational, Joe Kollin, Pam Pulley, Agnes Fowles, Bob DeLoach, Fran Snider,
gram is to train MEN to be good duties. They should be the led if you can believe It. There a few Judy Teich, Evan Engle, George Mlms, Phil Geyer, Don Federman,
leaders of MEN. rather than the leaders.As women students, mostly pharmacyand Becky Quinn, Larry Zimmerman, Jackie Cornelius, Patti Pitz,
ROTC is not meant to be an a final thought, lilly-llvered law, but Tallahassee was the Gary Williams, Don Davis, Terry Rogers, Sue Haugsted, Joyce
academic course in the sense of individuals who must have their weekend -- Mecca. Ah, me. Kilmer, George Elmore, David Sumner, Jay Haviser, Joe Zeigler,
literature, mathematics, and phi- names withheld from "constructive But back to business. I will Joy Cherry, John Clendenon, Nancy Brachey, Tom Mlllsaps,
losophy. It is a practical course. criticism" probably shouldn'tbe appreciate answers to above Inquiries and Millie Gorman.
One that must teach, for Instance, writing that criticism no later than June 20,
map-reading rather than topog- 1964. If this seems to be rushing THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaper of
raphy.On Emmet A. Welch, II things, make it July 2. the University of Florida and is published five times weekly except
the drill field, cadets are 2L'CCadet during the months of is
May June
and July, when a weekly Issue
awarded for excellence bearing, Corporal M. Scott McGlasson published. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is entered as second class I
appearance, physical fitness,drill United States Army ROTC matter at the United States Post Office at Gainesville, Fla.



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., Nancy Tyler

s Hume Social ques devised and used in aiding Orchestra ContestThe
those with breathing problems.
- Hume Hall will hold its second UF Music Department hostsa

it annual Hume Hawaiian Saturday Annual InstituteThe state wide orchestra contest Denies
Wrong
''Y from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. seventh annual human relations under the auspices of the Florida
Two separate bands and floor Orchestra Association and
Id institute, sponsored by the today
shows will be featured. Dress Gainesville Council on Human Relations Saturday, according to Reid Poole, WASHINGTON (UPI) -- Brushing away a tear, beauteous Nancy
Admission will be
casual.
S is will be held today in Nor- Department head. Carole Tyler swore Wednesday she was Innocent of any wrongdoingbut
free to Hume card holders. man Hall and Saturday in the About 500 musicians repre- refused to tell Senate Investigators about her connections with

Methodist Student Center. senting 16 senior high school orchestras former Democratic aide Robert G. "Bobby Baker.

nit Short Course The theme will be "The Role of from all over the state The 24-year-old brunette, still Baker's secretary, also appealedto

Government in Better Race Rela- will compete.A the public to keep an open mind lest her reputation suffer further
- The UF plays host this week to tions." highlight of the contest will bea
injury. She said she feared she was still going to be summoned to
'- 125 building Inspectors and mem- Dr. Deborah p. Wolfe, educa- special concert tomorrow nightin court despite her denial of any illegal or Immoral acts.
s bers of industry from Florida and tion chief for the University Auditorium at The
the education and hazel-eyed Miss Tyler, giving the Senate Rules Committee an
other states attending. the 12th labor committee of the U.S. Houseof 8:15. eyeful but scarcely an earful, based her refusal to answer 22 questionson

Annual Short Course for Building Representatives, will be the the constitutional ground that the senators were invading her pri
,Ig Officials being held in the Student principal speaker.COllege Arts DisplayA vacy--and that any answers might tend to Incriminate her.
Service Center.
Committee counsel L. P. Mc-
The course is conducted by the Board graphic art display, thesis
Lendon said after the 46-mlnute
.
Florida Institute for Continuing painting i ihibition and student art .
n University Studies (FICUS). Its Ivey's of Orlando is selecting show will conclude the art exhibi- nationally televised hearing thatit
LOCATION
was possible the committee NEW
College Board members for fall tions for this
objective is to maintain new trimester in the Department
might cite Miss Tyler for con-
1964.
developments in the field through of Art, Gallery X, according -
I. Several UF coeds from the tempt. The same threat hangs over
education. Orlando to Roy C. Craven, assis-
,a area will be chosen for tant professor of art. Baker who refused to answer some Kiser'sOFFICE
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questions Tuesday.
UF Visitorss positions on the board. The showings will be held beginning

Interested girls may pick up an March 2, and will last until Like Baker, Miss Tyler chargedthat

'r Visiting members from the Accrediting application from the Secretary of April 10th.Furniture. the Inquiry had no legislative EQUIPMENTNow
Committee of thee Labor, Room 309, Florida Union.
Ir purpose and went beyond the
must be returnedto ShowA At
Applications
American Council on Education powers given the U.s. Senate by
,_ for Journalism (ACEJ) will visit Ivey's by March 25. the constitution. 604 N. Main Street

. the UF in March. C22 LectureA furniture display, featuring
'e; The object of the visit Is to modern and classical styles will Among other things, Miss Tyler

I_ determine whether or not the C-22 Lecture supplementary be held In the Social Room of the refused to say whether she occupied -

I_ SchoolofJournalismandCommun- lecture will be given today by Dr. Florida Union March 9-15, according Baker's modernistic with 3 times the room
,ications at the UF Is carrying Herschel Elliott on "The Impactof to G.D. Everett, chairmanof Washington townhouse;whether had
n we previously &
out the published objectives of Einstein." the UF School of Interior De- she performed any private duties ,

e_ the school. The lecture will be at Room 205, sign. The display Is sponsoredby while serving as secretary to the 4 times the equipment.Still .

Benton Hall at 7 p.m. the student organization of the former Senate Democratic aide; crowded with bar-
Therapistsy Interested students are invitedto American Institute of Design. and whether she ever delivered
n attend. any currency In her Senate job. gains:
.
y Blue ContestCharlie
Key
I Florida and therapists from Film LectureA Miss Tyler, who comes from 36 used adding mach-
; surrounding states will
Lenoir, Tenn., resigned from her
I converge on the UF Health Center film ler'ure on life in East Wells, president of Senate post about the same time ines, 66 used typewritersin

y on March 20-21 to take part in Germany by U.S. news correspon- Florida Blue Key, announced yes- that Baker bowed out last autumn. stock at present, and
. the first inhalation workshop. dent Robert Cohen will be held terday that no applications will But she still serves as his sec-
1 The workshop will be held toy in the Florida Union Social Roomat be accepted for February after retary in a capital law office. of course we sell the
discuss new and different techni 8:15 p.m. 5 p.m. today. world famous OLYMPIA
She began Wednesday by read-

; I Fine Arts Committee To Present Art Exhibition the Ing purpose a statement of the in hearing which she"seems said electric Portable,typewriters.You Manual and.

to be to bring down upon me and are really missinga
others the violence of public reaction -

; The Fine Arts Committee of the Florida Union The Denmark prints have a vast range of sub- because of my alleged past treat if you have not

. will present Contemporary Prints from Denmark ject matter and will exemplify modern print makingIn associations." tried our new OLYMPIA.Just .

V and A Garden of Flowers for their March art exhibition Denmark. "We never know just exactly what to call FR 2-9607.
"I deny I am guilty of
according to Mrs. Anne Strickland, advisorto expect from an exhibit such as this. "Many times any
the committee. the committee is more shocked or delighted then the legal or moral wrongdoing, butI Service is our specialty.

- public," said Mrs. Strickland.The am availing myself of this con-
"The Fine Arts Committee plans a total of 24 stitutional privilege in view of Kiser's

shows a year," said Mrs. Strickland. "We get my reasonable apprehension of
l other March exhibit, A Garden of Flowers,
our exhibits from any business or university which even unwarranted prosecution," 5 days a week noon Sat
Is being circulated by The American Federation of
circulates art for display," Mrs. Strickland said. she said.
Arts. It will include color reproductions of famous

) The Contemporary Prints from Denmark come to flowers by Cezanne, Picasso, Van Gogh, Renoir, and

, I us through an international exchange sponsored by Roualt. "The show will emphasize each painter's FANELLI & EDWARDSLENTEN
J Oregon State University. The only cost involvedin individual approach to painting flowers," said Mrs.

this type of exchange Is the freight costs from Strickland. There will be 26 reproductions in the

t the place of their latest display to the U of F," collection. SPECIALS

said Mrs.Strickland.
Frozen:

I I 8 oz. Breaded Oysters 83$

1 RepublicanSeeks Golden Net Breaded Shrimp .52$

(Round Style)

r Nod Macaroni & Cheese TV Dinner .41$
M +rB
h f q I fft Fried Shrimp TV Dinner 65$

TALLAHASSEE (UPI) H.B. M Haddock Fish Sticks 43$

Bob Foster, Fort Myers contractor Ocean Perch Fillets 55$
qualified as the third Republican -

candidate for governor Heinz Clam Chowder Soup 21$
Wednesday. '.
Foster, 58, joins State Rep.

Charles R. Holley, St.Petersburg, Y ..AVt Crosse & Blackwell:
and Ken Folks,Orlando,in a three-
Cream of Lobster Soup :'fib
cornered race for the GOP nomina
tion. Six Democrats previously t ar Cream of Shrimp Soup .I' ::

qualified to complete the list of Cream of Potato Soup .
announced candidates. Only y.
\ Cream of Mushroom Soup '
question
mark was Sen. Harry

Stratton, Callahan, who Indicatedhe iL Cream of Onion Soup

might run but has not yet quali- j Black Bean Soup
fied. Deadline Is noon March 3.

Gov. Farris Bryant said again .

Wednesday that he has "no plans"to Meatless: Spaghetti Sauces, Cheese Pizza,

run this year for any office Become a walking definition of "Classic" Chinese Foods
except delegate to the National

Democratic Foster was Convention.state chairman during FANELLI & EDWARDS

the Eisenhower administrationof

the Agricultural Stabilization l
our ree
and Conservation Committee. He MARKET

ran unsuccessfully for the State
(tb.
Utilities Commission in 1962, his 2410 Newberry Road Within Walking Distance

I first venture Into statewide 1227 West University Across from Beta Woods Of Corry Village"BlIIW
Politics.
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1-f GATOR CLASSIFIEDS-I ,





NEW HOMES IN FINE FOREST. BEST furnished "apartment, best 1958 Oldsmobile convertible.Very
1 For Sale I A few ready for Immediate occu- landlord In towp. Near campus. clean. $775. Call Butch Wooten I ServicesGet I

pancy. Gainesville's fastest grow- $90 per month. Fully equipped.Call 6-0942. (G-104-3t-c).
ing new home community. VA, 2-7694 after 6. Available
MILL ENDS HENDERSON'S FHA financing. Hugh Edwards, March 1st. (B-103-3t-c). 1957 Volkswagon,new brakes,sun- away from routine! Do some-
MILL STORE, U. S. Hwy. 19 Cry- Inc., N. E. 16th Ave. and 15th St. roof, radio and heater. New engine thing different on weekends. Lake
stal River, Fla. -- Only 1 hour 2-1551. (A-70-tf-c). MODERN FURNISHED house 6-3825. (G-104-3t-c). Waubert Riding Stables now offers -
15 min. from Univ.Literally TONS L trailer near university atGleyn- moonlight rides on Fridayand

OF TOWELS AND MILES OF FA- 1000 NAME & ADDRESS LABELS wood Trailer Park $60 per month. 1959 LINCOLN -- 2 door. Origi- Saturday nights. Free Bar-
BRICS. See the lovely colors printed In blue Ink on finest qual- Call 6-8063. (B-103-5t-c). nal cost $7,000. Must sell at B-Que. For reservations call
available for your home. IRREGU- ity gummed paper, lines only once Reduced to $1,100 with new 466-9295. (M-105-tf-c).
LARS OF FINE QUALITIES. Many for $1.00 extra lines '15? each. ATTRACTIVE, NEW furnishedapt. tag free. Call FR 2-3251 after --

first quality items also. Our Car- 50 IRON-ON CLOTHING LABELS, Water furnished. Fewblocks 6:00 p.m. (G-89-tf-c). TYPING -- Term papers, thesis,
pet ends are beautiful and about name only $1.00 or name and from center of campus. Also dissertations, manuscripts, ,
three-fourths off. The finest bed- address on three lines$1.25. Per- newly furnished comfortable roomat novels, IBM typewriter. Reason-
spreads, one-third off. Tel. 795- sonalized record labels, panelled rate you can afford. 6-0410 I Wanted I able rates. 2-0328. 815 S. W.
3399. (A-67-tf-c). informals decal transfers and (B-101-2t-c). Mrs.) Helen D. Balyeat
10th St. (
1 _____ ______ ____ .
many other items, just ask for (M-83-tf-c).
QUALITY stereo outfit 28 Watt our brochure. Wnth's House of CLEAN, WARM, private room for WANTED 1950-54 FORDS and
Heath AA-151 amplifier, GarrardAT Gifts, Box 14334 University Sta- men. 3 blocks from campus. $30 CHEVROLETS. Al Herndon's CHILD CARE $8.00 week ($1.60
6 turntable, 2 Heath AS-51 tion, Gainesville, Florida or call per month. 1614 N. W. 3rd Place, Service Station. Located 916 S.E. day). Babysitting .40 hour. (any-
2-way speaker systems 5 months 6-0643. (A-102-5t-p). 2-2946 day or 2-7366 nights. (B- 4th Street. (C-83-tf-c). time). Ironing $2.50 basket. Call
old. $175. K. Hedbert 3224 N. W. 104-5t-c). 2-7601, 120 N. W. 9th St. (M-
13th St. after 6 (A-103-3t-c). -
p.m. Bedroom furniture like
-- new con- 89-tf-p).
dition. Also desk, night table, Large 3 room furnished apart- I Lost & FoundTan I
AIR-CONDITIONED' 50' X 10' Mo- and new Caloric gas stove. Call ment. Private entrance and bath. CLASSIFIED DEADLINE
bile home--set up with 20' x 10' 6-0410. (A-104-3t-c). 824 S. E. 5th Ave. 6-6642 days
awning and 50' TV antenna on shadylot after 9 call 6-3261 switchboard, raincoat, left In 113 Anderson Get your ad in by 3 pm

In Hickory lUll--Ready for excellent NEW 1962 Moped -- Perfectfor Mrs. Cooper. (B-104-3t-c). Tuesday Feb. 18, Contact Gary on the day before you

Florida living. $3,250. campus and town $65.00. Call I Brown 376-9158, 2121 Hume Reward want ad to
Call FR 6-6548. after 5:30. (A- Jeff 2-9421. (A-104-lt-c). Large, comfortable front corner- (L-103-3t-c). your appear.
103-10t-c). room. Located downtown. Ar-
VW ROOF LUGGAGE RACK.BEST ranged for 2 male students.Kitchen -
BOLEX 16 mm roll-load turret OFFER -- FR 6-1736 after 5:30 and other privileges. 6-4592. UF Business Day
movie camera. Normal and wide- p.m. (A-104-2t-c). B-104-tf-c).

angle lenses. SICu. Room 11,

ATTENTION Florida Union ralleyists.(A-lt-tf-c).3 Heuer I For Rent I I Car Rental I Program Dropped'B'


stop watches on chromed mounting
plate. Perfect Condition. R. Married ouples only. 2 blocks ECONO-CAR. $4.99 plus 9?/mi.for Day, annually sponsored by faculty was forced to devote so
Cowles 372-7748 nights. (A-86- from campus. Furnished apt. and 24 hours. Includes gas, oil, the College of Business Admin- much more time than students to
tf-c). bedroom $90 month. Take lease and insurance. 1964 cars equippedwith istration, has been cancelled this the preparation of the panels,
until August 1964 Call 6-4826 after automatic transmission, radio year and plans for a replacementare luncheon, reception and programsthat
5 p.m. 1716 N. W. 3rd Ave.Apt. 8. and heater and safety belts. doubtful, George R. Sims, it became a faculty effort
E.I.C.O. HFT 90 FM Tuner NEW-- (B-105-3t-p). N-91-tf-c .
FR 6-3644. ( ) business administration directorof rather than a student one. This
plus walnut enclosure. Only 1 hr. r said not desired the
placement today. was by faculty,
Fussy landlady with brand new
playing time. Call 6-8654 after 'B' Day has been sponsored by he concluded.
stove refrigerator and washing
,
6' p.m. (A-103-tf-c). machine would like to share her I Autos I the College of Business Adminis- Lack of student Interest was a

spic-span home with MESSY stu- tration as a means for studentsto major item in the decision to can-
UmmmmmiiimUjIi;: ; : :: dent. Also new air-conditioned meet representatives of state cel 'B' Day, Sims said. He said
I'::::1: apt. few blocks/campus. 6-0410. 1963 BJS.A. 650CC metalic red, and national companies and to that many business administration
IT SPEAKS TO l! (B-105-tf-c). only 2000 miles $950 or best offer.404 consider the various careers in students didn't participate in the
Must sell. Call Gil at room ,
business administration, Sims programs and that a few students
L YOUR HEART i mIN Trusler Hall.6-9161.G-105-2t-c). became
ROOMS FOR MEN -- One blockto said.He responsible for the major
THE mn campus. Central heat, air con- said the growth of place- amount of work preparing the pro-
ditioning, utilities furnished, $35 57 Chevrolet V-8, automatic ment services on campus and in grams, rather than the entire Col-
mu
LANGUAGE month., Double transmission, Radio and heater. the Individual colleges has lege of Business Administrationas
OF LOVE, li nHf ll Arnold per Realty Co. 1219 occupancy.W. Uni- $500. Call FR 2-0993. (G- lessened the need for students to the faculty planned.A .

LAUGHTERAND Iml versity Ave. (B-92-tf-c). 105-2t-c). meet representatives in a mass replacement for 'B'Day may
type program. He explained that come from a cooperative effort of
!ml ATTRACTIVE, WARM, ROOM IN 63 Flat 1100: Excellent condi- in the last four or five years the 10 active business groups in

TEARS I mu I NEW HOME. Ideal for study. tion, low mileage, radio, seat the placement program has grownto the college, Sims explained.
=1 1LkHr'i
:::1 Kitchen privileges. Need car. belts..-$100 down and $46.90 per such a large extent that over
I::' Call 372-8944 or FR 6-6064. (B- mo. -- Paul Gibbs any night at three hundred business represen-

:m1m 100-5t-c). Pub. (G-104-3t-c). tatives are available for studentsto April Nassau
consult with during the year.
He added that the trimester
era CHARISSE
.... has cut down
MOIRA SHEARER A system on student's PlannedThe
::: Trip
;...
ZIZI JEAHMAIRE free time so much that few have
.... '
I- ROLAND PETIT time to devote to the prepara-
.... 7' ____ tion of 'B' Day. He said the
MAURICE CHEVALIER Nassau trip, which used to
.... be the fling at Easter break under

HEELS put on in 5 minutes the old semester system,is strug-
SOLES put on in 15 minutes gling for survival under the tri-
mester, according to Mrs. Lillian
Isnm: MODERN SHOE Satin of the Florida Union staff.

... REPAIR SHOP The trip planned by the Special
[across From 1st notional bonkNOW2LAFFHITS Projects Committee of the Florida
::1 ThfoYlih.st : : Union for April 17, is open for

GREGORY ToNY m T eau.rh, w.woA11JM 30 to 50 souls and there seemsto
this tlctt still be plenty of room.
II PECKCURTIS |_ O of ht vtn. The SS Bahama Star will carry
[
D in a <..,t.t iMiW f the Florida students to Nassaufor
m of droll and ,4.r features at
n A three days. "There will be
,
: CAPTAINis l drmtcorlfl modern 1 one chaperone to every 15 people,"
Y 1 said Mrs. Satin. The chaperones
: NEWMAN M.D: i I Chortognphy.ptntomimt 3
:;i open 6:30; show at 7Martin will be adult Florida Union staff

;il_ !COLOR- and mune. \> 5 t EVE members.The .
:! CUIAIIIIIG ::: O in sumptuous ) \, J 7 iti QUEEN 8:45 Only cost of the trip is $64.00.

IANGIE! DICKINSON j 1 N COttumtt color and.. 9 "This includes all accomadatlons
from Miami and is $15.00 under
?! ::: L It'* ..,., mtgic. Twic
BOBBY DARIN :ii iit A cr 7:00 the regular first class fare chargedby
I Ii; Y U the steamship company," said
:: AS CIII'QUL r ICIftIIS H 10:20 Mrs. Satin.
m_:? A UNIVERSAL PICTUREFLORIDA JfJm Regular Admission 111! k The Bahama Star will returnto

u No Reserves 1i 1""I & Lewis Miami April 20. "Students
will have to make their own trans-
m U Fri Sat "At War with the Army"starts
::: :: bt ROUND PETIT portation arrangements band
m A FAREWELL TO TECHNICOLOR I Bette Davis from Miami, but all other arrange-
I I ments and costs are included In the
mmmmilli: ::: mmmmmiilimmdi! ARMS friday| "DEAD RINGER" "
$64.00, said Mrs.Satin.


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Thursday, Feb.27,1964 The Florida Alligator I Page 7 !

Fight Under, Suspicion; El .LJ: :TT:::= 1ri:::: '-.,,

Last Chance At Cage ContestHere j

is your final chance lo win a free dinner for two at .
Carmanella's Garden of Eating at 706 W. University Ave.
Will Be Investigated Simply pick the winners of the games listed below, plus j
picking the score of the Florida-Georgia game. The person
picking the most winners will win a certificate entitling him

MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (UPI) -- seventh round technical knockoutat within the next 24 hours. to the dinner.In .
attorney Richard Gerstein the case of a tie the winner will be decided by the score j
State Miami Beach conventionhall The
Boxing Commission with-
investigation Wednes- he predicted for the Florida game. Deadline for entries Is.!
launched an when
Liston
was unable to held the
Into Casslus Clay's surprise $250,000 "llvegate" por- Friday at 6 p.m. in room 15 of the Florida Union. One entry]
day answer the bell for the seventh tion of Liston's money from Tues-
title victory over the per person and the decision of the judges Is final.
heavyweight round because of an Injured left day night, fight.
heavily favored Sonny Liston here shoulder. Alabama ( ) vs. Auburn ( )*
Tuesday night. Gerstein said the Miami Beach Kentucky ( ) at Tennessee ( )
He announced, "I have asked the Boxing Commission records and ) Georgia Tech ( ) AT Vanderbilt ( )
Miami Beach Boxing Commissionto papers will be turned over to the f. 11- Navy ( ) at Army ( )
make available all records and county medical examiner "to determine FSU ( ) at Miami ( )
medical papers relating to Lis- If there is justification Barney Felix, the fight referee, UCLA ( ) vs. Washington St. ( )*
ton." for further investigation." disclosed Wednesday that he came Mississippi ( ) at Mississippi St. ( )
Clay, a 7-1 underdog, won on a H A expects to get the records within "one split second" of stop- Illinois ( ) at M'chlgan! ( )
ping the bout at the start of the Indiana ( ) at Ohio State ( )
fifth r.-und and disqualifying Clay. Cornell ( ) at Princeton ( )
Breakfast Special 88 Felix said that when the bell nevjtral sight
rang for the fifth "Clay wouldn't ..
come out-.he kept sitting on his
Florida ( ) at Georgia ( )
7-11 am stool and blinking his eyes." Felix -

1 Egg Bacon Grits Togst & CoffeeLARRY'S said he ordered Clay to come '
out immediately and that Clay's ... ... .
handlers pushed him bodily off
his stool. ..,..............................
RESTAURANTOpen
"Had they not done to, Lis- >, n'A
ton still would be the champion

24 hours a day* 1/2 block from CampusWe today," Felix said. "That's how
close he came."

Cash Checks Clay held a news conference, J!

and although pretending to be con- ,
siderably subdued by the respon-

for sports effacing cars..choose sibility of being world champion, "" with
to off
managed get one good Jokeon "
the boxing writers. He said: -, ; GLENN LANEY
"I'm considering retirementat 1.
llRELLJ 22." ; Sports Editor

& Fight Films At Florida TheaterA
now available at Mural Standings
couple of quick notes on the fight: First of all, the fight pictures
will be shown at the Florida Theater hero starting tomorrow night.
Dunlop a r :. TIRE CITY SORORITYOrange U there Is a rematch, watch for Sonny Liston to get to young Cassius
LeagueAE within five rounds, that Is, of course, If Uncle Sam doesn't get to him
firs..
P 380 I wonder If he could fake a trick shoulder and get defered?

ZTA 290 Mural Results Result In ConfusionIn

BRAKE & FRONT END :SERVICE KD DDD 200 225 .. yesterday's paper, as In todays, there were intramural score
ADP 150 standings. In getting the results to the Sports Department, the murals
KAT 135 office made a couple of miscalculations.
Alignment to Students 6.00
Blue League Sorry Kappa Sig ..
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First of all, Kappa Sigma fraternity was left out of the Orange League
AOP 280 standings. Sorry fellas. The Kappa Sigs have 460 points which puts
DPE 260 them in a tie for tenth place with Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity.The .
TIRE CITY SK 220 girls Intramurals were completely wrong and will therefore
XO 200 be rerun again today with the correct scores.eWe hope).
PM 180
AXO 180 Ne Don't Pick 'Em '
DG 140
405 N.W. 13th Street Phone 372-5030 The Sports Department has no hand In picking the All-Campus teams.
Tolbert This chore Is left up to the office of Secretary of Sports which is an
South IV 315 appointed post under Student Government.For .
.
Weaver n 297' the Orange League, most of the fraternity Intramural managers
"Budget Terms Available., Noble 271 of each house and asked their opinions as to who were the better playersin
Spencer 268 their league. The players were selected from this poll. The other
Weaver III 234 two All-campus teams were picked just as fairly.Of .
Eldridge 217 course, this is all leading up to something.It .
Weaver IV 185 could be set up with the intramural department, and with the
Time was when zebras and tigers had the Weaver I 168 people Involved, this department would be highly in favor of an All-Star
stripe monopoly, but now more people South II 168 game between the fraternities and the dorm league All-Campus teams.
than animals wear stripes. You can tell a Tolbert IV 168 Something of a similar nature was proposed concerning the Orangeand
well dressed man by his stripes on North III 151 Blue Leagues playoffs earlier in the year, but nothingever
his suits, shirts, ties and even underwear.If Tolbert V 134 came of it. Many said it was a good idea, but many snags were hit
you're a patron of the stripe, South I 134 in trying to set up such a contest.
habitat should include
your South III ? 134
?: ,
Fremacs' men's shops, where "
Caldwell '* Nothing To GainThe
134
stripes abound horizontals,
verticals, diagonals, wide or nar Tolbert II 101 Orange League claimed it had nothing to gain and everything to
row, muted or bold. You North IV 100 lose on such a venture. They feared adverse publicity if they lost.
should get to Fremacs moreS Tolbert I CO The same arguments can be given by the fraternities now. However,
often they're stripe this department. can guarantee an
'
happy.A1111 impartial covering of such a gameif
it could be set up. It would
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I Bryant Refuses Session To Redistrict I




TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Gov. Farris Bryant and set down by the U.s. Supreme Court in a recent in South Florida represented by Rep. Claude Pepper
Atty. Gen. James W. Kynes conceded yesterday that Georgia case. The court ruled congressional districts of Miami.
the 6th Congressional District in Southeast Floridais must be as near equal In population as possible.Both Gov. Bryant said although it is obvious that, under
"under-represented" in Congress.But Kynes and the governor said the only Florida the ruling In the Georgia case, Florida's congressional
Bryant said he will not call a special session district that is significantly under-represented in districts must be modified, the state is in the
lust to correct this inequity. Congress is the sixth which has a population according awkward position of having a redistricting law that is
to the 1960 federal census of 660,345. "valid on Its face and on order of the only court that
U the legislature is called into session this summerto This compares with the North Florida 9th district has ruled on it."

reapportion state legislative seats, Bryant said, of Rep. Don Fuqua, Altha, with a population of only
he would ask the lawmakers to also reshuffle congres- 237,235 and Rep. D.R. Mathews, 8th district, also The 1961 redistricting was challenged in the state
sional districts to give more representation to the in north Florida, with a 1960 population of 241,250. Supreme Court by Republican Arnold Lund, Daytona
Palm Beach-Broward district of Rep. Paul Rogers, "Nobody ever complains about a district of area Beach, and upheld. Lund did not appeal and the time
West Palm Beach Democrat. being over-represented," Gov. Farris Bryant said. for taking an appeal has run out.
Otherwise, he said, congressional redistricting can However, he conceded that in reshuffling some of Any challenge now of the Florida redistricting would
wait unit the next regular session in April, 1965. the 6th district population, changes will be made most have to start from scratch with a new suit' in federal
The governor gave his views on the situation likely in some or all of the 11 other districts "like district court, Kynes said. And he said he expectsthat
following an informal court ruling to modify its dominoes." one will be filed although he did not know where,
congressional apportionment in order to meet criteria The largest Florida district after the 6th Is the 3rd, when or by whom.

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BILL GOODWINand phlstocated LectureBy Bertolt Brecht Thea- At UF For March 6 ., 910Better I

tor. Admission will be $.30 for
NANCY WEINBERGThis students and $.50 for others. understanding through ham, vice-president and general by UF School of Journalism and
Friday night the Interna- Ladies Night In The Game Room frequent communication and exchanging manager of National Broadcasting Communications faculty membersas
tional Committee presents Robert beginning at 7 p.m tonight in the of views is the main Company; and Phil Newsom,United a way to improve better under-
Cohen with the second of three basement of the Florida Union. purpose of Communication Week, Press International foreign news standing among UF faculty mem-
to be held on the UF campus March analyst.The bers and students and
lectures -- films in the "World Tonight at 8 p.m. there will gradually
Around Us" series, "Inside East be International Folk Dancing in 6-10, according to Rae O.Weimer, it was developed Into an annual
Germany." This dramatic view the Social Room of the FU. director of the School of Communications Week is event, according to Weimer.
of life the other side of the Journalism and Communications.March .
on A film that defies description, sponsored by the UF School of
Wall will begin at 8:15 in Alfred Hitchcock's "be- 6 will be Newspaper-
p.m. "Psycho, Journalism and Communications."It The UF Communications Week is
the Social Room of the Florida Magazine Day; March 9, Broad-
gins tomorrow and ends Saturdayin
is not only a big annual eventon held in the first week of March
Union. color casting Day; and March 10, Ad-
motion
Through the elec-
pictures FU Auditorium. This *
each
our campus, but it also brings year, Weimer said.
an objective and forceful trifying shocker laid against the vertising-Public Relations Day.
national to the final decision
Pending
prestige Universityof a a pro-
firsthand is of the "A great number of national
eerie of isolated
coverage given background an "
Florida, director Weimer gram will be released by the
part of Germany under Communist motel and a brooding Victorian figures will come to our campusto added.It School of Journalism and Com-
control. Coompanled by the keen mansion stars Anthony Perkins, give lectures as well as to
Initiated five munications.
was
years ago
commentary of Robert Cohen,distinguished Janet Leigh and Vera Miles. Show meet UF faculty members and
American news corres- times start at 7 and 9 p.m. students," director Weimer said.
pondent and documentary film pro "Club Rendezvous Goes to Ta- Among those who have acceptedthe
ducer, the film presents such con- hiti" with the Playboys this Fri- invitation are, Karl Bickel,
trasting scenes as Buckenwald, day night in the basement of the former head of the United Press; the socks
duck tailed teenager, and the so- Florida Union. Simmons Febtress, Time-Life Atlanta that have ideas .
bureau chief; George A.Gra-
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Meet The Gators .



LANNY SOMMESEJUNIOR

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made 82 per cent of his free .
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throw attempts. r-

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Player of the Year in the county.He .
adds depth to the guard position c
this season.

Lanny plays exceptionally well
coming off the bench and Immedi
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