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The Florida Alligator

Vol.56, No.106 University of FloridaGainesville FridayFeb.28,1964

I LBJ Triggers Cross State Canal I

r 'Symbolizes Unity'

>>\ Y 4w

a ?r

Declares JohnsonBy

Staff Writer
9 i eof
l: PALATKA President Lyndon D. Johnson shifted his easy flowing

'ry Texas drawl into a rapid fire delivery yesterday at the Cross Florida

Barge Canal groundbreaking ceremonies as he said the long awaited

t canal "In a sense symbolizes the essential unity that makes a nation
out of regions"

In ending his five minute speech
before an estimated 15,000 rain-

i Braved drenched spectators,the President
ww"y threw the switch that touched off a

dynamite blast signaling the startof
a construction on the 107 mile

'- :-r 4-Hour DrizzleBy coasts.canal linking the Atlantic and Gulf

Immediately after this blast,
p bulldozers went to work clearingthe
a J land at the site on the Rode-
r PALATKA -- "1 lived in Wash-
heaver Boys' Ranch near Palatka.
( ington for 28 years and never
Johnson spoke under a plastic
walked a block to see the Presi
covered temporary speaker's plat-
LYNDON JOHNSON DETONATES dent---and today I've waited in
form set In the middle of a
up pas-
the rain four hours and I can'teven
an explosion that began tho cross-state barge canal in Palatka yesterday. The see the President,"' one woman ture. The dynamite charge blasteda

Johnson children are at the President's left and Gov. Farris Bryant and Mrs. Johnsonare in the crowd said."That's geyser of dirt 150 feet into the
air from
a clearing aboutl,500feetfrom
on his right. (Photo by Jim Castello) nothing. I've been waiting the platform.The .
since 8:30 this morningans-
President said that in Initi-
wered another.A .
ating the construction on the canal
crowd of over 15,000 waited
we accept a challenge to make use
For Picketing SwitchSponsor (Continued on Page 3)Approval ) of another natural resource.

"When this canal Is completedIt

sn I will spark new and permanent
Hits SGER ;B'ull tln' economic growth.It will accelerate

business and Industry to locate
has been given
along its banks. It will open up new
By BOB THOMAS said, the Civil Action Association, another meeting to reconsider by UF Pres.J.Wayne Reitz recreation areas," the president

Wire EditorA (CAA), a local political group,con their action," he said. to a proposal allowing the emphasized."The .

faculty sponsor for the Stu- vinced the group's members that Faculty Disciplinary Com canal across the state will
"The should exercise the
dent Group for Equal Rights picketing before upcoming March mittee to cancel academic
shorten navigation distances between -
right to be civil righters first and
(SGER) rapped out at the organi- elections would be detrimental to politicians second," Richer said. registration of students our Atlantic and Gulf
zation yesterday for what he called the civil rights movement. convicted of excessive coasts," he said.
In addition to his verbal blast,
"hiding like lepers from the two- "The CAA has convinced the five traffic violations, The Alligator -
Richer, In an open letter to the
pronged pressures of Tigert Hall Gainesville civil rights groups to learned last night. "The challenge of a modern society -
SGER rapped the group for yield-
and local politicians." not only discontinue demonstra- Several other measures Is to make the resources of
to "Machiavellian 'liberals'who
Referring to the SGER's recent tions but even not to endorse can- were also approved by nature useful and beneficial to the
wish to pile up votes In March
decision to shut down picket linesin didates," said Richer. Pres. Reitz at the same community. This is the pass key to
based the voters of
on time he okayed this bill,
Gainesville and Jacksonville, economic growth, to sensible and
Edward Richer, humanities Instructor "They're trying to sweep civil Gainesville. which suspends convicted valid prosperity."To .

said the group will either rights under the rug. They're afraid "To allow Issues to be swept students for the remainder create a value where none

"waste into warring factions or the town 'old guard' will use under the rug of public relationsIs of the semester in which existed before is to enlarge the

drop dead altogether" unless it picketing demonstrations against to deceive the civil rights move- they are convicted.See hoard of nature's bounty and makeit
picketing at thorn he ( full story in Monday's the Johnson
immediately resumes explained."At ment we have sworn ourselves to serve citizenry,
the Florida Theater. election time, to hide suchan defend he said. Alligator.) Continued
( on Page 3))
According to Richer, the SGER important issue as civil rightsis
backed down from picketing the against democracy," charged .., )1'< '
Florida Theater headquarters In Richer. "The CAA is putting poli- r." f. I'
Jacksonville last Saturday when tics before civil rights." s ,

faculty advisor Austin Creel told Richer said he thought the SGER

the group the university adminis- should stand up under pressure and } :;

tration woU revoke the group's put an end to this "three'week vacation I' .

charter If picketing resumed.In from civil rights." .. ,
addition to this threat Richer "I hope the group will call

I Sigma Chi Derby

Slated Tomorrow

The 16th annual Sigma Chi Derby The derby is open to everyone,
will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at and is held to build good relations

Broward Field behind Broward between sororities and the Sigma

Dormitory. Chi Fraternity,said Walter(Butch)

Williams, derby chairman.A I I
Sabin MakeupThe N 1'.:i

make-up clinic tor parade beginning at 1:15 p.m.
at the drill field and
polio vaccine will be held going through

from Monday through Fri- Fraternity Row, University Ave-

day from 6 to 9 p.m. at nue, and 13th Street, will precedethe

the Infirmary. derby.
Each student mayre- Nine events make up the derby. !!

ceive only one type of vac They are:

cine. U the student has Golden Derby this event occurred

missed more than one type, the week of February 21st. _

the following order of pre- Sorority members try to snatch A CROWD OF WET ONLOOKERS
ference should be used: Chi
derbys worn by Sigma mem-
Type I, Type HI, Type bers. One derby contains a card
n. .r (Continued on Page 9)) huddle under umbrellas as the President speaks. ( Photo by Lee Brock)


2 The Florida Alligator Friday, Feb.28, 1964

Baker Imicafed/ In Airline Deal

casinos. In Senate duties.
hotels have gambling
WASHINGTON (UPI) -- A Pan sought the concessions on the as partners In four or five casi- cases Pan Am operates the Another witness, Edward
American World Airways vice Dutch Island of Curacao. The wit- nos in the Caribbean. some and rents of Las Vegas Torres -
hotels for other owners an
president testified yesterday that ness said no contract was signed Gates testified that Baker attended of Levinson testified associate
out the casino operations.In that he
Robert G. "Bobby" Baker inter- with the gamblers after the Baker two of his meetings with by Sen. a quick $50,000 made
reply to a question profit in stock
ceded with him on behalf of sev- case broke. the casino operators but was absent on
Gates the Serv-U
Carl T. Curtis, ( Vending Machine
eral big time gamblers who wantedto Gates said Baker arranged from a third because of Sen- Com
knowledgethat after
testified that he had no pany Levinson told
run Caribbean gaming tables meetings with him for Edward ate business.Pan would him it
silent part- be
Baker would be a a good deal.
controlled by the airline. Levinson, owner of the Fremont American Airways, .
operation.The Torres said he
In the proposed bought
The Pan Am official,John Gates, Hotel in Las Vegas, Nev.; cliff through a subsidiary, Intercon- ner Senate committee is investi- worth of stock in January$25,000
told the Senate Rules Committeethat Jones, former llertonant gover- tinental Hotels Corp., owns or 1962
Baker's outsidebusiness and sold It six
whether months
Baker introduced as friendsthe nor of Nevada; and Jacob Kosloff. operates hotels In Curacao, Santo gating his later for
deals conflicted with 75000.
gambling casino operators who Jones and Kosloff were Identified Domingo, and San Juan. All the

For Military Queer I Wall Easter Passes Mixed

I BERLIN (UPI) -- West Ber- to discuss a long-term pass agreement .

Contest Deadline MondayMonday liners will not be able to visit In another meeting after
their relatives in East Berlin .Easter, ADN said.

during the Easter holiday, the The West Berlin city executive
official East German news agency council held a special meeting to
Is the deadline for en- tary Ball court. These three con ant is encouraged to do and turn the
ADN said yesterday. discuss collapse of attemptsto
tries in the 1964 Military Ball testants will be voted on by Army in the application by Monday, However, West Berlin and East obtain Easter passes.
Queen Contest, Nick C. Touchton, and Air Force advanced cadets and Touchton said. German negotiators will continue
cbntest committee chairman,said. the queen will be announced at the I
The contest is open to all single Military Ball March 21.
girls who are full-time students The queen will receive a gift

with a 2.0 average. Applicationsmay certificate, crown and trophy. She
be-obtained from Touchtonat will reign at the Military Ball and
the Delta Tau Delta house. represent the Army and Air Forcein
There will be an orientation events throughout the coming

meeting for applicants at 7 p.m. year.
Monday in the R. 0. T. C. li- Susan P. Saunders, 2UC, reign-
brary. The first Judging, which ing Military Ball Queen, said that

will be swimsuit competition, will her reign had been a "wonderful sT. e ,
be Mar. 7 at 10 p.m. in University experience." Her duties included a %

Auditorium.The reviewing military parades when FEATURES :
ten semi-finalists selected visiting dignitaries were at the

will be judged on personality and UF, she added.
poise March 12, and three girls Any campus organization which
will be chosen to form the Mili has not already selected a contest-

Final Heart Drive ..;J. ;":;
< .'
Co.' ',

Kicks Off TonightRhythm


and soap will be used it in and we'll wash It, whetherit BONELESS FISH SANDWICH Boneless <, s>: his 'T

by Sigma Phi Epsilon (SPE) this has white walls, black wallsor a ; Filet of Alaskan Halibut Served with Lettuce ":b r
weekend in its last effort to hike no walls," Gary Arnold pub- abt ga3\Z and Tartar Sauce on a Toasted Bun. >=F?y ha j<.\; .'?
Heart Fund Drive totals. licity chairman said.
Beginning with a "Battle of the Broadcasting live from the car- JUMBO FRIED SHRIMP DINNER Served

Bands" tonight at the American wash until noon, WUWU will give with Our Own Homemade Shrimp Sauce,
Legion Hall, 513 E. UniversityAve. away records, cokes balloons. French Fried Potatoes and Cole Slaw.IflW .

., the SPE's hope to raise Working with 165 other chaptersof
from $500 to $600. SPE throughout the country,
Rock n' Roll bands including the the local organization hopes to go
Hustlers, the Mark IV's, and the above Its 1964 goal of $2,000 total
I Big Beats will be on hand as contributions by the end of Heart
Gainesville disc Jockey Dutch Month midnight Saturday.
Shaffer emcees the dance that will

run from 8 to 12 p.m.
"Each dollar admission will be

used to fight America's numberone r

killer, heart disease," said FOR THE COOL, CASUAL LOOK. r,
drive chairman Al Schlechter.
Co-sponsors of the affair will

be radio WUWU and Shaffer.
Saturday the SPE's will change

their strategy.In .
a soap and water battle for
the fund, SPE members will holda
carwash from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
at the Gainesville Shopping Center.
Charge will be one dollar per car.
"All they h.. J to do is drag

Ask 'Strength'In

Viet Nam

lican congressional leaders said
yesterday President Johnson
should reassert policy of strength
such name brands in
Featuring as
toward Viet Nam and elsewhere to

halt what they termed.drift into Lady Manhattan, Evan Picone, Lady Van _

"uncertainty and confusion." Heusen and Pantino. Dresses and coordinates N
by Carol Craig Marie Phillips, Mancini and r"-
They hesitated to say how much o
more an aggressive stand In Viet Coscob. Sizes 3-15, 8-16 : WI{ "

Nam they would support. ,'
i .; '.
"Surely we Republicans cannot "
be expected to support an enigma," I

said the party's Senate leader,

311 N.W. 13th St.
t,. Everett M. Dirksen, Ill., at a Joint ,
., news conference with House GOP fJ: Ph FR 2-1581 <. "
Leader Charles A. Halleck, Ind.

"We stand ready to support policy Regular or Central Charge AccountsPoe 3 I '"
of strength, and the sooner this
nation returns to It the better." _



Frfdav.Feb.28.1964 The FForidcrAmgofor Ptage-S ,
President ,

(Continued from Page I 1)) and Lt. Gen. Walter K.WilsonJr.,
said. Chief of Engineers of the Army
He praised Cov. Farris Bryantand Corps of Engineers. The Corps of
the Florida delegation to Con- Engineers will construct the pro-
gress In the work they did In making Ject. Other noted political leaders we a
this barge canal possible.The were also recognized.The 4

Presidential Jet landed In $157,900.00 strip of water
Jacksonville where Johnson then will have five locks, be 12 feet ;. '
Inuun ,
boarded a helicopter and made the deep and be 150 feet wide at the "
trip to the boys' ranch. He was bottom. An anticipated completiondate r 5 F 'A L ATK A
about 45 minutes behind scheduleand is set for 1972 to 1974. The s a 's sFrw1rfJi
stayed ti the groundbreaking high-level lock barge canal will be 3S; FLORIDA BA ;
ceremonies only 30 minutes. crossed by 11 Mghwt> bridges and
Several deputy sheriffs on three railroad spans. '
horseback patrolled the wooded The locks will be 84 feet wide
area around the speaking platform. and 600 feet long. Two dams will V '
State troopers encircled much of be on the canal with a total reservoir -
the area. No other security pre- area of 42 square miles l S '?
cautions were noticeable to the Excavation required will total
crowd in the large roped off area. 87,700,000 cubic yards of earth.
People began arriving early The canal will terminate at Palatka -
yesterday morning and the groupof and Yankeetown.
18 sponsors for the event reported Compared to a trip around Key
feeding some 9,800 people West, the completed canal will save ,
complimentary barbecues. shippers 610 miles and five days

Honored on the speaker's plat- travelling time.A :,. :,;. I
forir with Johnson were 67 otherd high-level barge canal has the .
equal to the surrounding land level. GOV. FARRIS BRYANT

W LOCATION This prevents the salt water of the speaks to the crowd at Palatka yesterday during the canal beginning yesterday.
from the freshwater
ocean entering
of Central Florida. (Photo by Jim Castello)

Kiser's Approximately three billion gal
lons of water will flow through the BY PRESIDENT
canal a day. It will create 254
miles of new waterfront.
OFFICE EQUIPMENTNow Johnson, his wife andtwodaughters -
At attended the groundbreaking Rosy Picture Painted

604 N. Main Street ceremonies en route to a Miami
fund raising dinner last night. ,.
MIAMI BEACH (UPI) President Lyndon D. way out of the cold war.
Johnson trumpeted the opening note of his campaign the President, making the first openly political I
with 3 times the theme yesterday by painting a rosy picture of a vital, trip of his brief administration,spoke at a$100aplatedinner
room growing America that perhaps Is beginning to see its of the Democratic party faithful in this resort
we previously had, & city.The.
4 times the equipment.Still 1/2 talk capped a quick Florida
People Braved Drizzle tour that included stops at Palatka
with bar- for a ground breaking ceremonyand

gains: PriceSpecials (Continued from Page I) and Gentlemen! Ladies and gentlemen one at Palm Deach, where he
That Is not the PresidentIt's visited for 20 minutes with JosephP.
36 used adding mach- in pouring rain, penetrating cold, representatives of the press.Don't Kennedy, the father of the late
and muddy cow pasture to catcha
get excited,folks,the Presi-
ines, 66 used typewritersin glimpse of the President of the
Johnson stressed the
dent won't be her e for another country'sstrength
stock at present, and United States, Lyndon D. Johnson, hour." and growth during his

of course we sell the 3 Months' Course and President his family. Johnson honored A group of national guardsmen Miami Deach talk and promised to
keep the country moving forward."I .
left Orlando at 3:30 a.m. to be
world famous OLYMPIA guest at the
groundbreaking cere- will send to
Design*! especially for Congress next
the site before the crowds
at ar-
monies for the
iou In our tlenderlxln 525 CrossFloridaBarge week
Portable Manual and a message calling for Incen-
rived. One guard member, after
ttudlo. Regularly Canal,was almost one hour tives to all sectors
electric typewriters.You KO, now only ...... late arriving. standing several hours In the rain, in American
-1 i mo. 51J 1 looked around and said, "1 wonder society business and labor,state
are really missinc The rain dampened the spiritsof and local
for dessertion?" communities to join in
how long you get
the crowd and weeks of
if have visit our Beauty Salon pre- which eliminating poverty wherever it
treat not the crowd
a you hundreds Commenting on ,
paration by of people.A "
exists the
tried our new OLYMPIA.Just open 6 days & 3 eve- good-natured, but despondent began arriving at 8:30: In the morn- said.
ing, the guard member continued, Plane
call FR 2-9607. nings weekly which crowd awaited lasted only John&on's five-minutes.address "There aren't many spectatorshere LBJ's

Service is our specialty. A helicopter was to bring the Just wheels." Has TroubleJACKSONVILLE
GLAM-O-RAMA Johnsons from Jacksonville to Pa- Politicians from all over the
Kiser's HOUSE CF BEAUTY latka, the site of the ceremonies.At state attended. Invitations even (UPI) -- The
I 1:45, when the first helicopters went to senators as far away as radar room guarding Presi-
5 days a week noon Sat siehted official Hawaii and dent Johnson's plane to a landing
23CC NW 6th St. 372-1575 were : an Illinois, Washington.
called to an excited crowd,"Ladles Representatives from the Mis- through rainy weather yesterdayhad
-- ---- failure during the
sissippi Valley Association and the a power
Ohio Valley Association were also aircraft's approach run but reserve -
included. power was switched on au-

S Chamber of commerce chartered tomatically.Capt. .
buses left Jacksonville at 9 James H. Compton, com-
NOTICE a.m. All Putnam County schools mander of the Jacksonville Naval
Air Station where the President
: were closed so that school child-
ren could see the President. landed, said there was no Inter-
ruption of radar operations, even
Cheers hailed the Johnsons as momentarily.
they finally arrived. Johnson lie said the base buys electri-
spoke briefly before the rain- from the City of Jacksonville
Applications are now being accepted for the following publications positionsas
soaked crowd. Ten minutes later and a standby power unit kickson
indicated: : the program was over and the automatically when city power
crowd had dispersed.: drops below a certain level.H4iii .
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1 ',;; t fit Staff Writer
Roaches and thin walls aside, most UF married students have tittl..

complaint with on-campus housing.
UF housing for married students, which began after World War II

9 A7 Sv .. # r with the addition of the "temporary" Flavet buildings to the campus,

----1--- I k is expanding to meet the tremendous demand.,
l #'{ A With few exceptions, married students voice approval of the UF'

AMY.YYS.I provisions."I .
really think that for the price you can't beat it," said Fran;

G. Ranieri, 6JM, and a two-year Flavet: resident.
Ranieri said that rent and electricity for his two-bedroom apartmen

average $35 a month. Residents of the three Flavet Villages an

++IY aWY''d 5? i YEarly allowed a minimum electric charge per month and are charged pe

kilowatt hour over the minimum. Water and garbage service an

included in the rent.,
Basic furniture and a gas heater, kitchen range and hot water heate:

are supplied by the university, and electric refrigerators may hI-

rented for $5 a month. Residents may use their own furnishings i:

they wish to do so.
"One major complaint I have concerns the cockroaches. We have

terrific roach problem here. Since we live in Flavet I (the oldest 01

j the three Villages) our roaches are bigger and fatter than the others,"

said Ranieri.Dr. .
./ '
American Thomas G. Carpenter, assistant housing director, said the UF

provides a spraying service through Florida Pest Control Service,'

t, is the style for If students request it.,
I f ,:.' "The problem we have Is in spraying the entire village at once,"
this Flavet II a- said Carpenter.

: partment Unde- 1v.' "Unless it is done at one time, it can't be effective, and it is

tered by the temp- 's sr nearly impossible to get all the residents of the Village out at one

s time so the area can be sprayed."
t buildings they ... -
orary Thin walls and an Inadequate Insulation were another complaintof
call home this family Flavet residents.

i has proceeded to "I'll admit it's living rather publicly," said Mrs. Isabel D. Phllpot

of the UF Housing Office, but explained that nothing could be done
E turn it into
\ a com- about the thin walls of the temporary structures.The .

fortable home they problems of the older Flavet Buildings will soon be eliminated,

could be proud of. as the buildings are gradually being closed down to make way for the
I new Florida Union. More than half of the Flavet I buildings have
Above is their living -i.4jt.middy .
will be vacated within
already been closed and sold and the others
room, complete witha the next year.

stuffed animal. At Flavet II will remain for several more years,according to Carpenter.A .
new 208 unit apartment project adjoining Schucht Memorial
right is the dining i Village Is now awaiting clearance.

nook, with gun rack Residents of Corry andSchucht villages had few complaints regarding
housing conditions. The two Villages, which house 192 and 104 families
and book shelves.Styles.
I respectively, were completed in 1959.

Mrs. Andrea Hudson, 7ED Corry Village resident, admitted that
she and her husband had more space in their previous off-campus

apartment, but that rent in Corry was "much cheaper."

I Have Sailor Look Rent for Corry and Schucht Villages begins at $54 a month for a

I one-bedroom apartment. Water is not Included In the rent and residentsare

allowed no minimum electric charge, as are Flavet residents.
By DIANE HILDEDRAND blouses, brass buttons, collars with knotted bows. Refrigerators and other basic appliances are furnished with the

Staff Writer sailor knots, and all in red, white To alleviate these simple apartments. Residents must keep the basic furniture supplied by the

I Florida women will take to the and blue. straight lines, the jumping beanor university."We .

\ sea this spring or at least they Dresses will continue in the bunny dress will continue in only lived off-campus for two weeks and it was terrible.

will seem to. Prominent this sea- shift or A-line style--loose at the fashion. Pastel pinks and laven- There's certainly no comparison between on-and off-campus housingas

son in styles is the nautical look-- waist and featuring wide sailor.. der will again grace the campus. far as price goes," said Mrs. Dolores Bartel, a two-year Schucht
-' This gathered empire line will be resident.

seen in checks and prints. Residents of all three areas said that facilities .. such as play

PANDORA'S BOX Length has dropped a little but areas .. are provided for young children. Each area elects its own

still remains above the knee. mayor and "city committees" and all have their own social activities,

Practice For Derby Being seen In several Gaines- such as Intramurals and women's clubs.

ville stores are the mantailored "We know this Is student housing and do everything we possiblycan

suits with vests. These too, to make it conducive for them to obtain an education," said Mrs.
t By JUDY YNN PRINCE DTD Sweetheart Court will be seen in red, white and Philpot.

Campus Living Editor Includes Louise Tope blue with a sprinkling of the ever- __ ,..

1 Carol Doals has bee popular black and white check.
; Practicing for Sigma Chi appointed secretary of Bathing suits will have a blouse Cancel Contest?

Derby headlined sorority religious affairs while on top for the one-piece style
activities for this week.
Connie Swan was appointed and the two-piece suit will fea- Will
drive nation's most outstanding for a candidate In the National
; Each evening one can
k' under secretary of legislative ture--you guessed it--the sailor
along Panhellenic Drive college glu please stand College Queen Contest.
and watch the girls affairs. look.Perhaps up!" Miss Prince said that if response -
the greatest change this It appears that such a coed isn't invita
throwing eggs at one The Pikes may just start to the Alligator's
another or maybe being a seeing spots before their 1964 season has seen is the pre- on the University of Florida camtion to campus organization to

; quick change artist in a eyes. Annie Curtis was dominance of parkas. They come pus, or at least no one has found enter nominations in the contesther
in all sorts of wild colors from
sleeping bag preparation crowned PiKA Dreamgirl said Judy Lynn Prince, in does not Improve, the event will
for Saturday's evr.,ts. Friday night when her caseI' signal-light red to shimmering charge of the Alligator's search be cancelled.
yellor (and of course, the still
Along with busily of measles was at Its most
popular madras). Parkas either OFFICIAL APPLICATION BLANK
for the Delta infectous stage.
I paring ,
slip over the head or zip up
d Gamma's had six Blue Key A big "shin-dig" set the UF National
the front. College Queen Contest
Speakers chosen from their scene last weekend for the
Accessories Include the
house Sigma Kappa Ball. Friday
kerchief, dickeys and the floppy
Adding fame to the AOP1 night began with a formal
yellow rain-hat. Sunglasses feature -
House is Linda Roach, who dance; then on Saturday ADDRESS
the Audrey Hepburn look this PHONE
was elected Sophomore the girls journeyed to
spring--both lenses a perfect cir-
Legislative Council. In the Rainbow Springs for a YEAR
realm of the "little sister picnic and canoeing in theworld" _
The whole look for spring is one
for fraternities, chilly weather. The SK'swere ACTIVITIES
of simplicity. Colors will vary
Charleen Thompson was all decked out for a
with taking the lead. Hair
chosen for ATO and Mary western party at their navy
styles are casual, sleek, and most
Ann Neff for SAE. The house Saturday night.
of all simple--teasing is on the
w way out. HOBBIES


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Too Large So FridayFeb.28,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 5

r A Sidelong Glance

It's Water VitaminsBy \1 is cast at this array of goodies by
Norman Small,2UC> on a starvation

NANCY BRACHEY He thinks the pressure of r diet" since. Feb. 18 to lose 70pounds.He .

Staff WriterA studying for exams caused the 1 is living on fruit juice, water and

lox and bagels sandwich may rapid Increase in his weight."I \ vitamin l lis. (Photo Johnston
not 11 pi by Carolyn )
appeal to everyone, but to a just couldn't seem to stop ,L --- .__ .
man who hasn't eaten in ten days eating while I was studying," he 1fir' .
it's a feast. said. ifiii iI

Norman M. Small, 2UC from Small said he never thought he .:'4, ',-
is anticipating such a would have the will power to stop
delicacy in about a week, alter ,
eating. Now he says; he will not I
eating nothing but water, fruit end his diet unless> threatenedwith
juice and vitamin for
pills 17
malnutrition or satisfied with y rrrs
his weight. l
He began the diet February 18 He said liquid formula diets
at 230 Ibs., after gaining over 50 don't work for him because they
pounds in two months."I .
just increase his desire for solid t
had reached the point that food without satisfying his hunger. it rare
my clothes wouldn't fit and it was He has suffered no ill effects
either diet or buy anew wardrobe," from not eating in the past ten
he explained.His days, he said.
goal is to stay on the diet
for as long as possible and to At first he was "extremely
hungry," but now he, just has
lose at least 70 Ibs. In the first a ,
seven days of dieting he lost 19 "natural" appetite at mealtime.He .
Ibs. said it took abort: two and a I VMY
--- -- -- --- --------- -
"Solid food," he said, "is out, half days to get over hunger pains.
because the more I eat, the moreI "At mealtimes I feel like it is
Irish Defend
want, and I can't stop eating at time to eat and when I don't, To U.S.
will." it's the same as missing a meal
not dieting," he added.

His will power Is maintainedby

shutting the kitchen door while Education In DebateTwo
his wife cooks. At first he
conditioned himself to the smellof
food cooking, but now goes Irish students will attemptto while UF students William R. debate and will be asked to mark
"head over heels" for food smells defend the UjS. educational sys- McCormick and John A. DeVault, one of three choices: for, against,
and stays away from cooking food tem when the University of Dublin both 4JM, will uphold the affirma or undecided. They will again mark
altogether now. meets the UP In a debate in the the ballot after the debate and results -
He said mealtime is a good time Florida Union Auditorium at 4 p.m. debate will differ from other will be tallied to determinethe
to study because it gets his mind Sunday. debates In that there will be no winner.

off food and gets his homeworkdone. The topic of the debate will be: judge for the event, said Michael Irish debators Daly and Rochfordare

Resolved: That the U.s.Educational Greenspon, director of the debate. on a Southern tour this year as
After he quits dieting, he plansto System Needs New Philosophy. Instead, audience reaction will guests of the U.s. State Department -
says resume normal eating at about Michael G. Daly and John C. be determined by a change of The tour Is sponsored the
two or throe times less the amount Rochford, both of the Universityof opinion ballot. Audience memberswill
"don't go near the water than before. He says his stomach Dublin, will defend the negative, be given a ballot before the Institute of International Studies.

without a swim suit. has shrunk and his appetite won'tbe Doth men plan careers In public
nearly as great. He doesn't service upon graduation from the
(preferably a twig swim plan to cut out sweets entirely,but Greypup Meeting University of Dublin.
suit)" will cut down on them along with
everything else.

Slated Monday ValidationArguments


C.W.POST by DON FEDERMANStaff University about the situation." Set

WriterA lie expressed hope that some
COLLEGEOF meeting between student solution could be worked out within

Y government officials and City the existing transit structure,
LONG ISLAND UNIVERSITY Transit owner Woodrow Shaw to since, as he said, "this is the first
decide the Greypup deadlock was time anything of this nature has County Circuit Judge W. May

Salutes the World's Fair ***,._.@ ....,*,.- tentatively set for Monday arisen." Walker Thursday set April 3 for
... .. ... oral arguments in a suit to validate
with '""' -"" morning.I The meeting was Shaw pointed out that there were
proposed by William Green, city already three bus routes servingthe $75 million in bonds for junior
TWO 5-WEEK SUMMER SESSIONSEnjoy manager, as directed by city campus, one on University college and university buildings.
Atty. Gen. James W,
Avenue every 15 minutes,one which
a profitable summer of study and recreationat Ken Kennedy, student body passed the boys dorms every hour, hurrying to take advantage of a

the 141-acre campus of C. W. Post College, president, said the meeting will and one on 13th street serving the favorable bond market, filed the
hopefully be "an opening of girls' dorms half-hour. validation suit just one day after
located on the North Shore of Long Island, every final clearance the
communications between SG and Green said he did not know was given
only 30 minutes from the World's Fair
program by the Cabinet Board
Mr. Shaw of the transit company, what would come of the meeting,
hour from Midtown of Administration and State Dond
one something which has apparentlybeen but that he hoped something could
On.campus facilities include: swimming, lacking for some time now." be worked out. lie indicated that Review Hoard

gymnasium, riding, bowling, theatre and concerts. He said it may be the only, or student body officials must be Although no opposition Is
anticipated other than the routine
the first of a series of meetings. prepared to offer specifically
Shaw said he was willing to "sit they want concerning student questions raised by the state
down and talk to anyone at the transportation. attorney to satisfy bond buyers,
Assistant Atty. Gen Ralph
Odum said the state will put on
DAY & EVENING SESSIONSJUNE the stand extensive testimony about

22 to JULY 24 JULY 27 to AUGUST 28 feasibility and need for the bondsIn
order to build up a strong
NEW MEN'S and WOMEN'S RESIDENCE HALLS AVAILABLE record since this is the first time
such a program has been before

UNDERGRADUATE COURSE offerings include studies in t The money from the bonds will
Liberal Arts and Sciences, Pre-Professional, Pre-Engl-/ be used to build $45 million In
neering, Business and Education. projects at universities and $30

GRADUATE COURSE offerings include studies In Biological TABLETS million t In junior college

Sciences, Education, English, Guidance and Counseling, construction.
History, Library Science, Mathematics, Music Educationand L. However, the first Issue of bonds
Political I Science.DISTINGUISHED under the program probably will
VISITING AND RESIDENT FACULTY amount to no more than$25 million
OUTSTANDING LIBRARY FACILITIES with the rest being sold as the

APPLY NOW. Admission open to VISITING STUDENTS money is needed during the
from other accredited colleges.For THE SAFE WAY stay alert blennium. Exact projects to be built
additional'Information,summer bulletin and under the first money has not yet
application, 516 MAyfaft 6-1200 mall
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I 1 1S Odum said the validation pro-
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Q Undergraduate 0 Graduate 0 Day 0 Evening 1I
alert with the same safe reyou feel drowsy while driving, the State Supreme Court.

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Page 6 The Florida Alligator FridayFeb.281964 i

No Don't Take Criticism Seriously. .. I

dlCJ :Jt9 i. tal,I Sit EDITOR: officially has the resources of the entire Universityand

the student body behind It (like the Harvard

WOW! Very good, AskinsI You are cleVER! "Lampoon," you know). The other has to find
A SOLEMN Clay? Your rebuttal of my letter was not only funny, It its material wherever it can, and because of its
was clean. "clandestine" nature is not expected to be too

"They never taste who always drink; And, like the magazine you represent, you were clean, too entertaining, or too original. These two
They always talk who never think." so busy thinking up inane comments that you missed publications recently made their appearance. Did

These lines from Prior (On a Passage .In. JScallgeriana) may the entire point. the high-powered, legitimate University magazine
well be an accurate description of the newest ,heavyweight championof Come on, pick up your little brain-case (if that's outshine the off-campus version In good fiction
the world. And then again, they may be out of place and arbitrary where you keep it), and let's tromp all the way back entertaining features, and general good taste? Noton
in any discussion of the new champ. to my original purpose In criticizing the New Orange your life! The OOP was a model of decorum
Long before the historic fight, such perceptive observers as Jack Peel. compared to the NOP (which didn't even have Wonder
Paar and his associates observed that Cassius Clay was really a There are two "Orange Peels" in this town. One Warthog).
Tn. hA AVAn.... ""' .. ",,__.
nice w mrr W ''1WA OC'
guy Further comments, squeezed in before a bouncing brown UAlal 1UUS,
dynamo of conceit Interrupted, made the point that the act was one THE CAMPUS ART SCENE: compare NOP with the previously
of a calculated and well delivered performance for publicity's sake. mentioned "Lampoon", which is

And few people would argue that a great percentage of the garrulousness "You were right, Harry... famous for Its timely and well.
was designed for such But If written spoofs. Do we compare
just a purpose. the personal egotismand "
frothing dynamic spirit of self elevation he displayed before the They ARE different from Y- favorably? Forget it.

fight were completely theatrical, then sports may lose its leading boys I I" Now don't take any criticism
figure to Hollywood any day now. seriously, Askins, and you too,
Most people prefer to believe that Clay is just the happy combinationof Huguehln. (Aside to latter: Yes,
enough ability to be good, enough Intelligence to manufacture thank you, I would like to writea
"profound" poetry and enough egotism to believe and deliver it. 11 story for your magazine. May
If this is true, then the lines from Prior may well be all too ap- I have the perogative of screeningthe
%' rest of the
plicable. y manuscripts to
Clay may be bounding through life, gorging himself on his own Inflated make sure that they maintain the
self esteem, with never a pause to savor the delicate flavorof F.II high standard I will set?) Just
success which his audacity has won him. And the unparalleled ill l keep giggling, Askins. You don't
activity of his fabled vocal chords may be an Indication of the lazinessof Ii .r-1 11 ui I have the responsibility of puttingout
the grey matter above them.In a good campus magazine. Let
which case we are reminded of several lines from an earlier IItM1 your big invisible rabbit do it.
IJqL y
poet... 8 If the OOP keeps Improving, and
"And these few precepts In thy memory NOP stays where ,it Is, we may
Look thou character. Give thy thoughts no tongue, T4 see another switch in official
Nor any unproportloned thought his act. sanction and economic support.
Be thou familiar, but by no means vulgar;"... Finally, NOP staff, on a serious
And also."Beware note (lean over here and I'll take

Of entrance to a quarrel, but, being in, U-J the dagger out of your back), are
Bear't that the oppos'd may beware of thee".... 4Artistic you absolutely satisfied with the
From Hamlet magazine you have produced?
Of course, all this is irrelevant in the eyes of the "nice guy" pro- Assuming you do sincerely wish
ponents. And maybe they're right. to give your student body the
Now that the cloak of world championship rests on those shoulders, Controversythe sophisticated magazine they
they may begin to shrug In solemn dignity rather than bouncing In deserve, what steps are you takingto

mockery; and the mouth may display a suppressed smile rather than a EDITOR: dorm say they would be embar- make the next Peel a better
set of tonsils magazine?
framing a flashing tongue.
rassed to let their boyfriends see
I Before the fight, most people asserted that those few minutes would I have never written a letterto 'this painting. That says a lot for
be the most difficult proving ground he would ever face. But winningthe The Alligator before. Per- the maturity of the males on this Sandy Rhodes, 3ED
title to have been skirmish haps no protestation has appeared
may prove only a compared with learn- campus. If I were ashamed to
ing to wear It. manifest enough, but I feel thatI
show this painting to any boy I
must speak
now, though per-
dated I would not feel he was
W. C. N. haps in anger. worth dating. Batmen Vs. Peel
I came to this University in
Ever since the painting has been
hopes of receiving a LIBERAL
= Casual Observations ===== education. hung up on the wall a small, but EDITOR:
I came, not only to
ever growing battle has been
rr n rag-
receive classroom Instruction,but
to learn from others and to be Ing. Should the painting stay up In reference to Don Addis' caricature
II LibrariansBy or come down. Feelings for both of the New Peel
Uncooperative challenged by new ideas and con- Orange
sides have been
1 cepts. So far, I have been pleased climbing higher on your editorial page Wednesday,
with the amount of liberality reflected day by day. If it remains up February 26; I would hesitate to
in the attitudes of some people will be offended. trade two Batman' comics for the
professors -
WAYNE NORFLEETAn that had been reported in the New Practically every painting that's
and fellow students. Yes, I NOP.
York Times during some vague worth anything offends some
Iconoclast is one who attacks was pleased, but something disappointing peo
period in the ple but we can't all
I past. go through
venerable institutions; or has happened within the Charles Sutton
Instead of the expected blank life without being slapped in the
REFRAINS from attacking Food last week. A small art show was
Service, The Administration, or stare bf confused annoyance, she set up in Jennings dormitory (to face at least once. If the paintIng
I the service in the UF libraries. smiled a quick response and led run through March 6). It was, is pulled off the wall then ware e
Since the libraries are filled me to a particular shelf of rather perhaps, unnoticed amid the flurry denying many the purposed lib- Please sign all
with relatively harmless looking Imposing looking books; and after of campus wide events, but in eral education. The majority of letters. Names
ladies, I decided to squirm from five minutes of patient explana- the dorm, it has become a raging, our parents sent us to this university will be with-'
under the label of iconoclasm by tions, she left me with the correct if not ridiculous, controversy.Art to face (to be trite)the cold
nailing some of them to their hook and a reminder that is an expression of the feel- cruel world. Well, let's do it, held if a valid
books with bitter spikes of journa- she would be only three shelves ing of the artist. A good artist even if some of us have to put reason is i pro-
away, should I require additional on our overcoats, bite our lips,
listic sabotage. Naturally, beinga realizes that his painting will not
sterling representative of The assistance. be liked by all who view it, but and trudge on perhaps a bit gingerly vided.The

j Alligator, I set out to build an Having convinced myself that his wish is not to be liked or dis- Sandy Mahoney, 2UCN. Editors
/ ,impenetrable wall of cold facts she had been tipped off to the liked, but to provoke an Intellec- Lynn Hall, 2UC ,....-.
around my case by doing first scheme, I continued my quest for tual thought from his viewer. -
person research. the truth throughseveralmorede- Let me come to my point. There
I Since the bib:*' raphy room is partments and with several more was a painting entered which I The Florida, AlligatorServed
on the first floor, it became my librarians; reaping the same unfortunate thought purely unobjectionable. To
first area of endeavor; with the results. the horror of some people, it is by United Press International
; auburn haired lady in command My first reaction was one of a nude. Perhaps the subject was Editor ..................................................................Walker Lundy
I so serve as my first \lctim. Rather disappointment fearing that I treated a little too realisticallyfor Managing Editor ......................................................Dill Fuller
tall, slim and on the correct had failed in my solemn duty to some, but realism could be Assistant Managing Editor .........................................John Askins
side of middle age, she looked old provide a concrete foundation for the one thing which people are most Editorial Editor .. ...............................................Wayne Norfleet
enought to be past the fiery stage one of the UF's oldest traditions. apt to run away from. Sports Editor .........................................................Glenn Laney
and young enough to be below the However, once realizing that this College is a place where peo- Wire Editor ...........................................................Bob Thomas
caustic biting age. Just the defenseless fear of failure was due to a lapseof ple should learn to grow up. We Feature Editor ...................................................Cynthia Tunstall
type I could fake into a the traditional method of rea- must all learn to live with things Campus Living Editor .........................................Judy Lynn Prince
confusing situation; and then expose soning (namely, coming to a con- which may seem distasteful to us. Editorial Assistants .... Ernie Litz, Gail Sobering, Nancy Zimmet,
for Inefficiency, Arbitrariness clusion and then rationalizing The human body is a very natural, Betty Wendt, Betsy Garrison, Steve Vaughn, Sue Dobbie, Charner
and ignorance. for a' reason) the solution was beautiful thing, but which, unfor- Powell and Rual Chandler. -

I' Little knowing the devious methods simple.So tunately, embarrasses many peo- Reporters ..... Jim Castello, Phil Hevener, Joel Gaston, Douglas
by which the female mind 1 talked to another librarian ple if it's not hidden from view Molitor, Donita Mathison, Sally Stock, Carol Nobis, Ann Carter,
,I operates, I steeped blithley into just to apply one last spot of weldto by the deft brush stroke of the Joe Kollln, pam Pulley, Agnes Fowles, Bob DeLoach, Fran Snider,

I ............ .,...-I...v my now impervious argument. artlct.-- ----. -P@rh2l'1-----r- 1- will-.... ha--: r-novfrxr".... Judy Teich, Evan Engle, George Mlms, Phil Geyer, Don Federman,
/ Before I could open the attack, and sure enough, received the students on this campus an Becky Quinn, Larry Zimmerman, Jackie Cornelius, Patti Pitz,
she put me on the defensive with same personal response... uncalled for compliment when I Gary Williams, Don Davis, Terry Rogers, Sue Haugsted, Joyce
1 a soft syrupy question of "Ma)' thus proving beyond the shadowof say I think they are mature enoughto Kilmer, George Elmore, David Sumner, Jay Haviser, Joe Zeigler,
) I help you?". :a doubt that librarians will go accept this painting for what it Joy Cherry, John Clendenon, Nancy Brachey Tom Millsaps,
J Regaining my balance I first to any lengths to frustrate a student is, a woman at her ultimate femi- and Millie Gorman.
mumbled, let my voice crack from project--even to the point of nity, and not for what it isn'tor --' --_.._.
Its normal repulsive whine, to a being nice. ( what some think it is). We THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaper of
pre-puberty squeek, and then So students of the world unite all know what little girls and the University of Florida and is published five times weekly except
1' dropped In some well calculated and help stamp out uncooperative boys are made of and I wouldbe during the months of May, June, and July, when a weekly issue is
stutters; all generally referringto librarians! You have nothing to absurd to try and pretend they published. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is entered as second class
a desire to look up something lose but your grades. don't exist. Many girls in the matter at the United States Post Office at Gainesville, Fla.



Dash Thy.. Foot Against: A Tooth Friday, Feb.28,1964 The Florida- Alligator- -----_ .-Page- -7 ,..

EDITOR: KINGS OF THE SUN, STRAITJACKET All of this in the past has been ETHEL ENNISa '

accepted with a shrug and 'what-
I am writing to determine why and this week DEAD RINGER. We
the-hell' attitude but this issue of ( great new talent)
the Gainesville Drive In Theatre is are presently booked solid throughthe NOP has made me mad enough to

continuously and quite obviously first week of April with first speak out. It is one thing to reviewa
discriminated against in the run motion
pictures. During the
movie (good or bad, makes no
entertainment columns of the fall and winter of 1963 had a a
we an difference), it is one thing to list
Alligator and now the NEW average of one or two first runs coming attractions but it is another

ORANGE PEEL.It each month. Of all these we have thing to lace this column with

is common knowledge that received only. two reviews and I constant suggestions to attend the

we have instituted a first run believe that one of these was due State Theatre. Look over this

policy here and this has been to pressure from your advertising column and you will find little

continuous since the first of the department upon the reviewer.The jewels such as; "The finest twin

year. Among those shown are other (Proper Stranger) was more bill ever presented by any theatre

MOVE OVER DARLING, LOVE his 'meat' and he allowed a are excellently rated films

WITH THE PROPER STRANGER, subordinate to write a review. and shouldn't be missed" or

"Claudia Cardinale (she alone is .

I Both Institutions AcademicEDITOR worth the admission price)" or : '

"as is evident from Miss Caron'spicture -

appearance which makes university on the previous page (a
scene from the movie), there'sa
I do not intend to belabor this what it is. The facultyat
lot to i>e gained from this one."
controversy concerning the Uni- both UF and USF is excellent.
versity of South Florida and the "If it is education you seek" I Another question; is this Featuring"He Loves Me;' "An Occasional Man;"
amusements editor a staff member
University of Florida, but I do suggest one attend either one of "Who Will Buy?"
of the Gator or is he an employeeof
feel that Mr. Gann's letter of these fine institutions. Incident-
the State Theatre? No one has
February 25 warrants a reply. ally, Mr. Gann, I hare not noticed
questioned me concerning coming Price is "Bess1ON
slipping of academic stand- LeontYne
I am a transfer student from USF any my
attractions. I could be scheduledto
and thus I feel that I am in a
ing.You have a personal appearance of
better position to judge the aca- defeat your own purpose,
the Lord and editor would
demic standing of the school thanis Mr. Gann, by congratulating Dr.
not be aware of it.
Mr. Gann. It is Interestingthat Kopp on his philanthropy. I think
Please do not misunderstandme
he sets himself up as suchan the very fact that USF has selected -
I do not begrudge the State
authority when he obviously has Dr. Kopp is an Indication of
this in fact I'm all for
had no dealings with USF. its endeavor to maintain a high
any kind of movie talk in town
USF is superior in architectureand academic standard. I don't believe -
but as a well attended theatre and
personal attitude, but this a four year university in
also an advertiser I want
neither for which 80% of the faculty holds my
speaks nor against
share of it. I believe the publicis
UF. Naturally an old school could doctorates can be equated witha entitled to it.
not be expected to have these as- small Junior college.
Your reviewer must have timeto
sets. Besides it is not outward Just for the books, USF is
review all movies else he would
fully accredited, having graduatedits
not have time to write a column
first class in December. The
concerning his proposed film about
only difference I can see of any
the feet of soldiers in war.
importance between these two sis-
However if he goes through with
ter universities is that USF's"ac-
In the hope of putting an end his plans I would suggest he give
cent on learning"places emphasison
to the petty bickering and general star billing to that foot he keeps
waste of newspaper space, we, the purely academic, whereas putting in his mouth. FHANCHI: WARM AND TENORON
UF has a combination of the social
the only three graduates of the RayManager
and the academic.
University of South Florida cur-
rently attending the University of Ruth Ann Kohler Harper Gainesville Drive In Theatre RCA VICTOR

Florida, find BOTH schools a cre-

dit to the state university system. '

Individuals, who seek to drive a (LAST CHANCE! 1

wedge between the good relations -

exist g in the state, destroy the

state a: bid for a truly fine, well-

rounded educational program SPECIAL RECORD SALE
which is designed to meet any-

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Pride and not 111 will should

guide our thoughts concerning Complete Angel CatalogueExcept
Florida's universities. Few states

can boast of its schools and those "Great Recordings of Century"

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Julian M. Piper

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More Peel
EDITOR: All Capitol of the World under Erich Leinsdorf

In reference to your letter ans-
wering Miss Rhodes' letter criticizing 10,000 Series (Foreign)

the content of the last issue
of the New Orange Peel. I feel Mozart "*..
that you misinterpreted what she "Jupiter" Symphony

had written. In the first place, Tine Eleine Nachtmusik

the generalizations which you refer Boston Symphony Orch.
to were made after she talked

with different people about it. In off

reference to ML c- Bleidner'sbeingproud 1 : s
to send home a copy of the "II

NOP, Miss Rhodes was not referring -
to the content of the pic- Reg. Disc.

tures, but rather to the poor edi-
torial content of the magazine $3:98-$2.66 Erich Leinsdorfon

which she appeared in.

Besides the poor editorial con- 4983.32

tent, and poor photography and

or printing of the center section RCA VICTORA
there is one good reason why Miss $5.98-$3.99

Bleidner should be ashamed to
send home such a magazine, the BW csyv, magnificent recording now at

reason being the next to the last .ww

paragraph on the first page of the

NOP. That is definitely thegross-
est statement that Itmeeverseen AT

in print on this campus includingthe
Old Orange Peel which was } ..
.: ( .
thrown off campus for such rea- .. .. -; .
sons. I know Miss Bleidner well

enough to know such a statement 0CO '

isn't true.
I would like to see your answeras C

to why you should be allowed to 14
remain Editor of the New Orange 923 W. University Avenue
923 West Univ. Ave
Peel after printing such a state- .

Roger E. Straub. 4EG


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103-10t-c). heater and safety belts.
106-It-c). dio and
landlady with brand new
Bedr.om furniture--like new condition Fussy

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Bumper pool table with table top and new Caloric gas stove. Call machine would like to share her
IT SPEAKS IN THE LANGUAGE m cover. Price $20. Westinghouse 60410. (A-104-31-C). spic-span home with MESSY student -
I LOVE, electric roaster with broiler grill Also new air-conditioned Autos I
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attachment--$10. 2125 N. W. 7th apt. few blocks/campus. 6-0410.

f': :::1:11-:: Ter. (A-106-2t-c). NEW HOMES IN PINE FOREST. (B-105-tf-c). 1953 Chevrolet, excellent condi-
'Ii UGHTEER :11:: I A few ready for immediate occu- tion. Radio and heater and new
'ii lor : ii Motorcycle 1963BJS.A.650CCme- pancy. Gainesville's fastest grow- ROOMS FOR MEN -- One blockto tag. Call FR 2-6484 before 3:00
11 : : : Ii: tallc red, only 2000 miles $950or ing new home community. VA, campus. Central heat, air conditioning p.m. or after 12 p.m. (G-106-
II: Iii:: best offer. Must sell. Call FHA financing. Hugh Edwards, utilities furnished, $35 It-c).
IIr I Gil at room 404, Trusler Hall. Inc., N. E. 16th Ave. and 15th St. per month. Double occupancy.

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: PECKCURTIS 1 1II [[ lj9Pioa union dims J| CLEAN L WARM, private room for $500. Call FR 2-0993. (G-
men. 3 blocks from campus. $30 105-2t-c).
CAPTAIN per month. 1614 N. W. 3rd Place,
2-2946 day or 2-7366 nights. (B- 63 Fiat 1100: Excellent condi-
d 1m NEWMAN. MD"i : I I 104-5t-c). tion, low mileage, radio, seat
11! 1sI COLOR II I It"1 1 belts---$100 down and $46.90 per
COCTAMMG( Large 3 room furnished apart- mo. -- Paul Gibbs any night at

im: ANGIE DICKINSON !i imi Hitchcock's ment. Private entrance and bath. Pub. (G-104-3t-c).

MtDCOSTAMtmO il ilml I 824 S. E. 5th Ave. 6-6642 days 1958 Oldsmobile convertible.Very
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clean. $775. Call Butch
ill AS toarolli ml 1o1tnOn: I Mrs. Cooper. (B-104-3t-c). 6-0942. (G-104-3t-c).
1 Di' 1
'! comfortable front sunroof
Large, corner- 1957 Volkswagon, new
room. Located downtown. Arranged radio and heater. New engine -
for 2 male students.Kitchen 63825. (G-104-3t-c).
and other privileges 6-4592.

THRU this (B-104-tf-c). 1959 LINCOLN -- 2 door. Origi-
SAT MODERN FURNISHED house nal cost $7,000. Must sell at
trailer near university at Gleyn- once Reduced to $1,100 with new
wood Trailer Park $60 per month. tag free. Call FR 2-3251 after
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production ol
HEELS put on in S minutes
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Sunday &,Monday, 7 p.m. Only 1h NiLCFLORIDA MCDERN"SHOE. Wanted

across 1st national bonk
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t '"\' & away from routine! Do some-
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thing different on weekends. Lake
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moonlight rides on Fridayand
) Saturday nights. Free Har-
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firms TYPING -- Term papers, thesis,

dissertations, manuscripts,
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.' _, ,_ *,,,tFridayFeb.28,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 9 !
Ir[ Campus News Briefs ]I '

II Campus Pacs Hume Hall SocialHume II Ruby Lawyers TryArgument

Campus pacs will be here soon. Hall will hold its second
Alpha K app : Psi Professional annual Hume Hawlian Saturday
Business Fraternity, will be selling from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
the pacs at the booth across Two separate bands and floor New Line
from the Hub soon. shows will be featured. DressIs
Campus pacs come in two sexes.
casual. Admission will be free
Those for men contain new razor to Hume card holders.Applications.
and blade, after shave lotion, and
other toiletry Items. Pacs for women DALLAS (UPI) -. Jack Ruby's lawyers yesterday the search for the last four Jurors to try the slayerof
contain hair set mist, liquid questioned whether a patriotic Texan could send a Marxist Lee Harvey Oswald, and revived an old
make-up, nail polish remover, and man to the electric chair for killing a Communist.The argument. Assistant Defense Attorney Joe H. Tona-
many other Items. The new Georgia Seagle Hall, a defense injected a new line of argument Into hill said he would ask. the Texas Supreme Court
All proceeds left from the sale cooperative residence hall for again to L oar from me jury L anyone -
will be put into a scholarship fund. male students, Is now accepting T-- -- who had seen Ruby shoot the
applications for the Spring tri- ;accused assassin on television.The .

Film LectureA mester. Any male student may Starts TomorrowContinued
apply regardless of social,denominational Derby court rejected the argumentlast
Film Lecture on life In East or religious affiliations week. A favorable ruling
Germany will be presented by U.s. An overall 2.0 grade average is would knock out seven of the
news correspondent Robert Cohen. required. eight Jurors already selected.
The lecture will be held in the Application blanks may be obtained Although the lawyers and Judge
( from Page I ) Sorority Dip sorority presidents
Florida Union Social Room at 8:15 at any of the student religious are seated on collapsible Joe D. Drown agreed they should
p.m. centers 01 at the Florida with directions to the whereaboutsof wooden planks above water. The have a completed Jury by Friday
Union. Room 207.Dames the Golden Derby. This went on planks are connected to a target night, the 10th day of the trial
Speakers MeetA To MeetThe every day of the week with a new which when hit with a baseball will failed to match the pace of Wed-
Golden Derby hidden in a different plunge the sorority president into nesday when three were chosen

general meeting of the Blue Architecture and Fine Arts spot each day. the water. They are protected from within five hours.
Key Speaker's Bureau will be held Dames will meet March 3 at 8 p.m. Derby Queen Contest this being hit by a wee screen.
Sunday at 1:30 p.m. in Room 212 at the University Women's Club. occurred February 17. Each The last two events are secret The defense used the 12th of its
of the Florida Union. Mr. James Masson of World sorority nominated one girl to appear and will he unknown until derby IBpre-emptory challenges to dismiss
Travel Service will present the in a beauty contest to be heldin time. a 63-year-old Mrs. Eliza-
program. Members and guests are Silver Springs with the winner beth James.
FBK ApplicationsCharlie Invited. chosen by a professional Judge. Points are given for the first

The winner will be announced Sat- three places of each event. The prosecution used Its fifth
Wells, president of DX SweetheartHarriet urday night at Sigma Chi Open Trophies are given to the winnersof pre-emptory to excuse a 23-year-
Florida Blue Key, announced House. each event and to the overall old
graduate student in social -
yesterday that no applications will Hilliard was announcedas Button Hunt poker chips are winners. science I LawrenceGreer.
be accepted for Blue Kev after Delta Chi Sweetheart Feb. 21 placed in a swimming pool and Trophies will be presented Sat- Dlst. Atty. Henry Wade refused to
5 p.m. today. at the Delta Chi White Carnation covered with a solid (flour was urday night at the open house beginning say why, but remarked that Greer
Ball which was held at the Univer- used in the past). When the whistle at 8 p.m. seemed young for a Juror.

'Psycho' SlatedAlfred sity Inn. blows, the girls from each sorority The defense raised the questionof
band will be
The Tempest
She was presented with a silver fight for the chips. guilt In killing a Communist
goblet and a dozen red roses.Miss Double Egg Throw two girls present to provide music.In when the 99th venireman, C. D.
Hitchcock's of adverse weather con
masterpiece, case
Milliard is a Junior majoring in stand 15 feet apart and throw eggsat Perkins, took the stand.
Psyco," will be shown In the ditions, the derby will be held at
education and she is from Braden- one another. The object is to
Florida Union Auditorium at 7 and the UF Livestock Pavilion on Archer -
ton, Florida. catch the egg without breaking It. "Would you feel un-Texanlfyou
9 p.m. tonight and Saturday. The girls are moved farther and Road.
were on the first Jury to senda

Jennings farther apart if they keep catchingIt. The derby, which Is the fore- man to the electric chair for

Einstein LectureA runner of the Kentucky Derby,was killing a Communist?" asked
Pledge Dress-Up Contest each started In 1928 at the University of Tonahlll.
C-22 Lecture will be given Section TopsGradeWise sorority dresses up a Sigma Chi California, and the first UF derby Perkins later was excused by the
today by Dr. Herschel Elliott on pledge in a costume of their own was held in 1948. Judge for having an opinion.
the "Impact of Einstein." choosing.
The lecture will be in Room 205 Sleeping Bag Relay four girls

of Benton Hall at 7 p.m. All stu- from each sorority are lines up. Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
dents may attend. Jennings N-l had the highest When the whistle blows the first
dormitory section grade point girl sprints down a lane,gets in the
ATO SweetheartSusan average for the first trimester. sleeping bag and puts on some new 1204 NW 10th Ave.
According to figures releasedby clothes which are in the sleepingbag
Saunders, Kappa Delta, Harold C. Riker, director of runs back and tags the second 11 to 12 Sunday Service !11u 1 12 Sunday School

from Fort Walton Beach, has been housing, Jennings N-l ranked first girl who repeats the process until

selected as Alpha Tau Omega out of 139 sections with a grade all four girls from each sorority Speaker: The Rev. Sam Banks, Med Center Chaplain
Sweetheart for 1964.WASHINGTON point average of 2.919. have changed their clothes.
Topic: Is Religion Essential for Modern Man?

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See What's New in

Research Plan Blocked V* fr

The Browse Shop

(UPI) -- The against the bill,said"The govern- and other illnesses The bill was
House Rules Committee voted 6-5 ment spent two years establishingthat backed by both the tobacco indus-
yesterday to :Hock legislation authorizing smoking was bad for you; try and the Public Health Service. Quality PaperbacksROMANESQUE

government research on and now the Industry wants a new
how to make cigarettes safe. study to show that It isn't." Agriculture Committee Chair-
But backers of the bill almost Some of the bill's supporterssaw man Harold D. Cooley, D-N. C., PAINTING Ainaud
testifying In favor of the bill said
the vote as a retaliation by
certainly will seek a new vote, LONELINESS .Moustakas
70 million Americans smoke and
and there was a fair chance that big city members against a recent .
Agriculture Committee vote that most are going to keep on smoking. POETR// HANDBOOK.. Deutsch :
narrow margin might be reversed .
if all 15 Rules Committee killed a food stamp plan the urban He said the government has a FAREWELL TO ARMS .Hemingway
members had wanted. responsibility to make cigarettesas
members were on hand. :
The smoking bill was proposedafter safe as possible and that the HER .Ferlinghetti '"
The bill which was blocked from last month's surgeon gen- cost would be minimal comparedwith CARTOONS BY DON ADDIS .Addis ,, ..

reaching the House floor by Thurs- eral's report labeling cigarette the $3 billion or so In taxes SINCLAIR LEWIS Schorer :#-
day's vote would authorize con smoking a cause of lung cancer that flows annually from the tobacco '
struction of a government laboratory and linking It with heart disease industry. I -
I .
to Identify the harmful e 1 e I "
Technical & Reference : f '
ments in cigarette smoke and finda I .

way to eliminate them. Cost ,
o MATRIX THEORY Fuller u o'
was estimated at $5 million to BASIC ...
$10 million. CASH : LINEAR ALGEBRA Sheilds

Rules Committee Chairman Howard t I IONIC EQUILIBRIUM Butler II I

W. Smith, D-Va.--who sup- i
ported the bill.-said argumentswere
raised both that the labora-

tory should be paid for by the MARION FINANCE The BROWSE SHOP
tobacco Industry and that the research -
would be suspect lithe

Industry Rep. James financed J. Delaney it. ,D-N.Y., FR 6-5333 Loans up to $600 222W. Univ. Ave. Campus Shop & BookstoreIi .

a smoker who nevertheless voted

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Trial' Is Incredible

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By DON FEDERMANNOTE how each character in the movieIs nightmare." The opening parable 0 & FREE

( : Federman allienated from language -- shows this "tension" between a with,
t\\ has decided the best possible the Interrogation and the play on society whose institutions have
'. Introduction to this movie Is the word 'ovular.' From the startwe become so autonomous that they every haircut, a leg

contained in a letter he received see a descent, a breakdown of rob human beings of the Incentivefor shave for
from his brother In July, 1963.) communication never paralleled.K. personal confrontation with
I About "The Trial." For me, continually refuses sex; the them.
Orson Welles was right In being whole society; does too. K. allowsno Note also how this tension is
far more faithful to himself than distractions from whatever it suggested by the mounting
Kafka. People forget that WellesIs Is (and we nor he know) that Is hysteria, outbursts in which ties

a great artist working In aI threatening him. K. strangely, are broken. The violence Is the
medium of his own; they forget poignantly refuses (or estranges key. Welles finds movements for
that cinema calls for certain himself from) everyone of the things, constructs -- the
I techniques and levels of forces In his world until he Balanchine of cinema.To .

performance -- and that Welles stands next to the church (the ( my brother's thoughts, I
may be a film maker with a vision social cognate for individual guilt) add that those who take cinema
: of life developed and derived from and refuses its absolution. seriously as an art form are
film experience. "The Trial" is Thus, K. affirms individualitybut letting their lives go by in missingthis
not a Stowkoskl transcription of in grotesque parodistic fashion, truly great film. Althoughone

:. Bach; it Is a transformation In bordering on paranoia. needn't: accept Welles' vision,
.,1 the sense that Webern transform d I think the way Welles sees K. it is, nonetheless, overwhelmingIn "
.. (Mention that saw this ad, and receive a
Bach (one realizing that the is the only way. It is not fantasyor its presentation of K., a figureof you
original had to be sufficiently surreal; it Is as Welles says our time. It all starts Sundayat free gift with your haircut)
"great"). "a story with the logic of a the State.)

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officer now The open.latest programs addition In naval to the aviationIs Navy's Ever see the "Progress Corps" in action?

the Aviation Reserve Officer

\ Candidate School. This program Its members are at work all over the free world, helping a marine engine room to power one of the world's largest
;: .. offers eight weeks of training at millions of people to progress toward better lives. supertankers.

'\ Pensacola during two summers, In India, West Germany, Italy and in the United The members of the "Progress Corps" are the men
and upon graduation a commission. States, they're building nuclear power plant, launching and women of General Electric working to provide the

the age of low-cost atomic power. key to progress-low-cost electric power and better ways
600 Orchids In Samoa, they're developing an educational TV net. of putting it to work. Many are engineers. Many others

I work to battle illiteracy -. while in Pittsburgh, they're' are international lawyers, physicists, financial special.
working with teachers to help high school students learn ists, marketing experts.

Given To UFA more about computers. General Electric is growing both at home and abroad.
, In Wales' they're putting the final touches on Europe's If you'd like to grow with us, talk to your placement
collection of 600 orchid plants first computer-controlled steel mill. Near ,Los Angelesthey've director. He can help qualified people begin their Gen-
valued in excess of $10,000 has scored a world first by putting a computer in eral) Electric careers.Tbgress .
1 been given to UF by a Gaines\ille charge of cement mill operations..
resident, Mrs. Duncan McCulloch. In Brazil. Pakistan and Ghana, they're providing
/s Our, Most
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McCulloch's deceased husband. these nations' hydroelectric! power. For Malaysia, they'resupplying tI
According to Dr. T. J. Sheean high-power diesel locomotives for Xorway, ELECTRIC I
of the Department of Ornamental
I' Horticulture, Mrs. McCulloch said A

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and wanted UF to have it. A r Jl.Qf IIE'I PRESENTATION urn NEW mx WHIPS FAIR & 5r \



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Friday, Feb.28,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 11

OUTDOOR SPORTSwith Last Chance At Cage Contest -

Ikre: Is your final chance to win a free dinner for two at Golfers
Carmanella's Garden of Eating at 706 W. University Ave.
Simply pick the winners of the games listed below, plus
GLENN STOKES picking the score of the Florida-Georgia game.In .
At HomeFlorida
Outdoor EditorThe case of a tie the winner will be decided by the scorehe
predicted for the Florida game. Deadline for entries is
its home colle-
Friday at 6 p.m. in room 15 of the Florida Union. One entry opens
I I.H' person and the decision of the judges is final. giate golf schedule Saturday
against FSU at the University Golf
regular hunting season ended last Sunday. A special turkey Alabama: ( ) vs. Auburn ( )- Club.

(gobblers only) season Is still to come -- March 28--April 12. (Con- Kentucky ( ) at Tennessee ( ) Qoach Buster Bishop's team Is

sult your 1963-64 Hunting Rules and Regulations for details.) Only Georgia Tech ( ) AT Vanderbilt ( ) now 2-1, with two victories over
rabbits and unprotected animals and birds can now be taken legally. Navy ( ) at Army ( ) Jacksonville Navy and a loss to
The hoppers are legal year round and there are no bag limits. FSU ( ) at Miami ( ) the Seminoles last Saturday in
For the third week In a row Inclement weather conditions have UCLA ) vs. Washington St. ( )- Tallahassee.The .

hampered fishing. Nevertheless, fishing Is picking up. The numberof Mississippi ( ) at Mississippi St. ( ) Gators have been led thus
fisherman is Increasing as is the frequency with which they fish. Illinois ( ) at I"chigan ( ) far by 6-5 Junior Laurie Hammerof
Don't be alarmed. It happens every spring..fishing fever. Indiana ( ) at Ohio State ( ) Sarasota, whose dual-match
weather has also slowed down other outdoor Corne'l ( )
This same sports: at Princeton ( ) average has been one underpar.
sailing, water skiing, boating, archery, etc. One consolation--the *neutral sight "We haven't developed the depth
weather will change (this we know), and it can only get better. must have to be an outstanding
}o'lorll\: ( ) at Georgia ( ) you
Fishing CapsuleCEDAR golf team," says Bishop.

Name........ ... .. .............. ..Phone...... .. "Laurie has played extremely well '.
KEY Address .. ... ... .. ........ ... ..................., and I doubt if there are many o.
better collegiate golfers around.
Speckled trout, red fish, and mullet are being taken; however, actionis -

slow. LAKE GEORGE Baseball Team Debuts With (SSC; I

Bass fishing good to excellent--fine bass are being taken on the '
eel grass beds. Veteran Pitching Staff Ref urrts


LAKE LOCHLOOSA Florida opens its 1964 baseball in most respects! other than the "We might be a shade weaker,

Speck fishing fair to good; bass fishing fair to good. season tomorrow in Lakeland witha hurling corps. Gone are first defensively, at some positions,"
doubleheader against Florida baseman Bob Coleman and Ed says Fuller. "However, this
LAKE WAUBERG (CAMP WAUBERG) Southern. Braddy, all SEC second base- should be a stronger-hitting club."

Speck and bass fishing fair. man Carol Lanoux, all-America Fuller will likely open with vet-
Coach Dave Fuller's Gators, third baseman Tom Moore and erans Dave Porter(catcher),Ran
NEWMAN'S LAKE with a veteran pitching staff, are outfielders Al Lopez and Bernie dy Morcroft (shortstop), Mont-
in search of more hitting punchto Haskins. gomery (third baseman) and Jim
Speck and bass fishing good. "Hot spots" for specks have been
provide the all-around balance Fuller having switched outfielder Elliott (outfield) in the lineup.
north end and east side. Bass fishing continues good along west side.
which will be needed In the South- Earl Montgomery to third baseIn
ORANGE LAKE eastern Conference race this sea- order to replace Moore, all Other positions are up for grabs,
but claims have been staked
three outfield positions are now by
Speck and bass fishing fair. son.Graduation riddled the Gators open.GRADUATED Tom Shannon at first base, Ron

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""" Creeso (second base), and Jim
', ,' :j Duncan and Bill Blomgren In the
Bass fishing good. Best artificial baits are Rapala and Heddon -; : outfield.
Cobra. ..("m.: "Our outfield might be platooned -
SANTA FE LAKE with right-handed hitters like
j.M .: Duncan, Brownie Johnson and Allen -
Speck fishing good to excellent; bass fishing fair. Trammell making up one com

bination and left..h and e r I Jim
Boyesen, Elliott and Blomgren another
Whiting fishing in surf good; red fish and speckled trout fishing Fuller.
r III 7A
slow. Trammell, currently in spring
football practice, will Join Ful- ..

_' a"7T ler's club soon.
GASOLINE DISCOUNT Young pitchers who have also
Impressed as hitters and might
get a chance to play more oftento
take advantage of their bats
3' A GALLONWHY are sophomores Don Pendley of
St. Petersburg and Adrian Zabalaof

Florida, 30-9 last season,opens
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Page 12 The Florida Alligator Friday, Feb .28, 1964

Cager Meet Georgia;

\I In Basketball Palace'

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,\ They've gone basketball wild In a pair of fine backcourt ball hand- an accompanying Tech victory at
Vanderbilt would throw the
Athens, Ga., and the Florida Ga- SEC
s. tors will find themselves squarely lers.The Bulldogs best big man this race into a finishing t ree-way

., zb In the middle of the commotion season has been 6-7 sophomore tie between Tech, Tennessee, and
I tomorrow night. Jerry Waller. Kentucky. This would necessitatea

The Gators will be up against Sloan has Indicated he will again complicated playoff system to
start forward Paul Morton whomhe determine the conference cham-
high and rising Georgia, currently ,
the South's hottest basketball terms the team's "most Improved pion and representative to the
team, in a Southeastern Confer- player, by far." Answering National Collegiate Athletic Association -
ence (SEC) bout. the buzzer for Florida with Mor- tournaments.
They've finally shut down ton will be guards Tom Baxley GATOR FIGURESG.
ancient Woodruff Hall In Athens and Brooks Henderson, center Pts. Avg. Reb.B. .
and the game will be played In Mont Highley, and forward Dick Henderson 20 352 17.6 147
Georgia's new 13,000-seat coli- Tomlinson. D. Tomlinson 20 330 16.5 156
-v Baxley 20 283 14.2 67
seum. Georgia Is tied for fourth in Tom
BIG THREE ON THE UF TENNIS SCENE Since moving operations Into the SEC with Louisiana State withan Mont Highley 20 217 10.9 209

.are, I left to right, Dave Bonner, head coach Bill this basketball palace two games 8-5 conference record. The Richard Peek 20 176 8.9 162
ago, Georgia has been on top of Bulldogs are 11 13 overall. Paul Morton 20 136 6.8 103
Potter and Bill Tym. Tym is defending SEC singles
17 45 2.6 43
r Ed Poore
..., the basketball world. The Bulldogs Florida, meanwhile, is eighth in
champion. Bonner is a transfer student who is the no. bashed Georgia Tech, who the league with a 6-7 record, and Bill Koss 15 38 2.5 30

2 man on the squad behind Tym. was tied with Kentucky for the 11-8 for all games. L. Sommese 11 10 0.9 8
SEC lead at the time, In their After tomorrow's game Florida Bruce Moore 9 6 0.7 3
first game there last week. "High returns to Gainesville Monday for SEC StandingsSEC
UF Netters ly regarded Vanderbilt fell to the the postponed Tennessee game of Overall
Open Bulldogs In a stunning upset Mon- Jan. to complete Gator season. W L W L
day. While the Gators and Georgia
Kentucky 10 3 20 3
"Georgia is just as tough as are going at it In Athens, Ken- Ga. Tech 9 4 17 8
anybody in the league to beat right tucky can finally cinch the SEC Tennessee 8 4 18 7
Today At Rollins now," says Gator coach Norman title tomorrow with a win over La. State 8 5 14 7
Sloan. "I've felt all along that Tennessee. In other Saturday Georgia .8 5 11 13
they had the potential to win big," action Alabama, which upset Ken- Vanderbilt 7 6 18 6
UF tennis coach Bill Potter Is Florida will be led by South- he continued, "but they've just tucky last Monday, Is at Auburn; Alabama 7 6 14 11
expecting one of his better squads eastern Conference singles cham- started to believe in themselves, Tech visits Vanderbilt and Mis- Florida 5 7 11 9
this year, and it couldn't have pion Bill Tym, the 1964 captain. as have the fans up there." sisslDol Is at MisslsslDDl State. Ole Miss 6 7 9 12
LSU visits the nations -
IR happened at a more opportune "Tym should be one of the The Bulldog-Tech performancewas On Friday, Auburn 5 8 10 11
loslngest quintet
w moment. most outstanding collegiate ten- witnessed by an over- Miss. state 4 9 9 16
wins Kentucky
c Potter's Gators face the biggest nis players In the country," says flow crowd of 13,200 persons. tomorrow Tennessee and Florida over Monday with Tulane 0 13 0 22.aq.Nl.
task they have ever under- Potter. "He has improved each Florida fans will remember 1
'", taken, meeting some of the nation's year and is now playing better than Georgia as the team which edged
top tennis teams In an Intersectional he did last year." the Gators 59-57 in Gainesville 01..I.iI. INC
t dominated 17match No. 2 man on the squad Is Dave earlier this season on a last-
I schedule. Bonner, a transfer student from second J jumper by guard Billy
After today's opening match Poughkeepsie, N. Y., a 5-11,160- Rado. But Rado, suffering a good
against Rollins in Winter Park. pound junior. Jerry Pfeiffer, a deal from migraine headaches,
the Gators return home for another senior from Ft. Lauderdale, and has Vt been as effective since those
match with the Tars next sophomore Steve Gardner of Plant days and the slack has been taken

Tuesday.Two City currently round out the top by Jimmy Pitts and Lee Martin,
more state matches, Florida four. who have come into their own: as.
State and Stetson, are on the I
early-March card, then comes

t ... home meetings against Pennsyl-
Now Available Rutherford's
vania, Tulane, Miami, NavyGeorgia -
Georgia Tech, Notre Dame,
Clemson, Duke, Amherst, Hope of Florida
and FSU. University

; Nash Leads w


(UPI) Cotton Nash, -

keystone of the Kentucky Wildcats, _
high-speed offense, was picked
unanimously yesterday for his
t third straight berth on the United i. :

Southeastern Press International Conference(UPI) all-

basketball team.Florida's .
t'' Brooks Henderson wasa One of the nice things about owning it

third team selection at a guard
is selling it.
r spot, along with Vanderbllt's Roger
Nash was picked as the playerof A new Volkswagen doesn't depreciate wildly
the year in the conference for the minute you turn the key.In .
the second 'II Ie In three years. ," a sense, the older it gets the more valuable
The 6footNash was also named it gets.

to the UPI All-America team. So that in 5 years, the same VW will be worth
Named with Nash to the SEC more than some 5-yeor-old cars that cost twice
first team were Danny Schultz of as much to begin with.
Tennessee, a distant runnerup for Old VWs ore worth a lot because a lot of peo
player of the year Don n i e pie wont them.
Kessinger of Mississippi Clyde ,,' ';':ti ;', One is that
.oJ'.., :,. reason t it takes a real car nut to tell
tt: I
Lee of Vanderbilt and Kentucky -I".f"'" a clean used one from a new one.
4 teammate Ted Deeken. VWs always look like VWs.
Nash and Kesslnger, who wasa Another reason is that they hold up.

second team choice two years Hurknsd t to 210 'Brine!! teri.t.red rating ,. A VW is put together so well, it's practically air. .
ago, were the only reoeaters from tight. (lIt helps
to window
\, !, open a to close a door.
last year's all-SEC team. your jeweler why this is, ir:1po..t: nt.GAINESVilLE'S Even on old ones.)

All of this year's team except And, new VW or old, there's all that nice
Lee are seniors. Lee Is a 6-foot- money you keep saving on gas oil, tires insur-
t' 9 sophomore who played his high once, and repairs.So .

;, school basketball In Nashville, you can get o nice price for ir. (Uf, for some
Tenn. the home of Vanderbilt. QUALITY JEWELERS
strange reason,you'd wont to sell)
Nash, who leads the SEC In @ It's the kind of economy hat people are willing
J scoring with his 25.9 a\eragewas to poy an arm and a leg for.MILLERBROWN.
N the leading vote getter and
outstanding player in 1962 when, SOCICTT
as a sophomore, he led the league 103 W. W Univ. Avt.rtcaryed MOTORS,

with a 23.8 average.
Last year, he made the all- AooIloerin4 r.l INC.
but beaten out ,.JT"c..UP
conference team was .
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the player of the year.