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The Florida SGER PicketingShowdown

I AllIgator Set

Vol.56, No.107 University of FloridaGainesville MondayMarch 2, 1964 Tuesday NightBy

BOB THOMAS through by group moderates who
Wire EditorA have said they believe the city's
civil rights efforts will gain more
shroud of silence marked the In the long run by working closely
"moderate" faction of the Student with liberal candidates and
Group for Equal Rights (SGER) moderate Negro leaders.
i $ yesterday after the group's"picket While refusing to comment on
4 now" enthusiasts used a petition the meeting, Sheenan did say that
procedure to force a showdown he thought a definite decision wouldbe
meeting tomorrow night to decide reached. He declined,however,
Ssa whether the group will resume to say what that decision might be.
ti a picket lines before March 17 elec Sheenan, also refused to say
tions. just why he thought curtailing picketing -
Group faculty advisors Austin before elections would aid the
Creel and David Sheenan had flat civil rights movement In Gaines-
"no comments" concerning both ville.
the meeting and last week's blast "I have nothing definite to say,"
by faculty sponsor Edward Richer, said Sheenan dodging probes, "I
who accused the group of 'hiding will only say I agree with the
i'4 t like lepers from the prongs of group's decision to halt picketing
local politics" Richer was referring before elections. I do not want
to the group's Feb. 21 to state just why at this time.
decision to shut down picket lines I know this Is vague but it's the
until after city elections. best I can do now."

This no-picket move was pushed Meanwhile, Richer, who spearheaded -"
the "radicals" move to

LBJ To Cut meet group tomorrow moderates.,continued blastat .

Richer, a C-5 professor,said he
saw no reason why the group could
U.S. AidWASIIINGTON not "have Its electoral cake and
frost It with some picketing in the
(UPIPresident name of civil rights as well."
6 r Johnson is preparing to announce He predicted a compromise with
soon plans to end U.S. foreignaid which we can all live, one that
P. to nine or more countries over would aid Bryon Wlnn and Arnold
: the next three years.In Butt, the liberals and also greatly
4S a"SS Its approach to Congress this aid the cause of civil rights.
year the administration Is stress- Richer, who calls for Immediate
ing the theme that aid funds shouldbe resumption of picketing at Florida
i disbursed with more thought Theater, pointed out however, that
given to tapering off and finally the decision to picket will be made
ending aid to individual countriesas by the students themselves.
they get on their feet. Richer said he thought the groupIs
At least six countries are to be split Into three factions, those
t placed on "transitional" aid pro- for picketing now, those for work-
grams, set to end after one, two Ing along other channels with town
or three years. These are liberals to get a large Negro voting -
Taiwan, Greece, Israel, Mexico, turnout, and a third faction-
--------- Venezuela and the Philippines. those that are just plain confused.

CHI OMEGA JANE KIMBRELL AFTER POKER CHIP HUNT -- SEE PAGE 5 Another group of countries lie added that regardless of the
probably around three-is expectedto outcome, this decision representsthe
be notified that aid is being highpolnt In student participation -
terminated for other reasonspolitical In the city's political life and
Fund reasons and their failure to "as far as I can see Its all for
Heart Dance
adopt local programs which pro- the best, regardless of what they
perly utilize aid. decide."
--- -

Cancelled By CopsThe 1"7 F7'i '

"Battle of the Bands," a it would be all right with local read: "Funtime, U.S.A. tobeheldfor
dance scheduled for Friday at officials," he said. the Heart Fund was cancelledby
the American Legion Post by Sig- After Police Chief W. D. Joiner the Gainesville City Police.
ma Phi Epsilon was cancelledby refused a plea by Sigma Phi Ep- May they die of heart disease."
Gainesville city police, cost- silon President Gary Arnold to let "The narrow mindedness of
Ing loss of an estimated $300 for the dance go on, Schaeffer madeup some city leaders came to the
the Heart Fund Drive. a sign. This sign, posted on forefront on Friday night. For
According to police Captain A. the American Legion Building, the first time, on Saturday, they r
S. Johnson, a new liquor ordinance got together and made adeclslon--
makes It unlawful to have such a Jury To Get they didn't like the sign. I'm told
dance In the American Legion the Legion Is mad and the police
building. are Incensed. Nobody considersthe
Radio station WUWU disc jockey three bands that turned down
Dutch Schaeffer, who was to emcee Hoffa CaseCHATTANOOGA
the dance, attributeu he cancel- (bee DANCE, Page 2))

lation to a "lack of communications. Tenn.UPI--
." The fate of Teamster boss JamesR.
"The Beverage Department approved Hoffa, on trial on jury tamperIng Bulletin
of the dance as long as charges, may be decided this
week by eight men and four women.
Ag SpeechDr. The case Is expected to go to TAHOE VALLEY, Calif.
the jurors Tuesday or Wednesdayafter
E.T. York,*OF Provost for final arguments by the prose- (UPI--A Paradise Airlines
Agriculture, will speak at the Agriculture cution and defense, and the chargeto Super Constellation with ---

Council-sponsored Inter- the jurors by federal Judge 85 persons aboard apparen- 1964 SIGMA CHI DERBY QUEEN
club meeting tonight at 7:301nMc- Frank Wilson.
Carty Auditorium on "Expanding Wilson has limited the final tly crashed yesterday as i it .was Stasia Giordano, a Delta Gamma. Runnersupwere
Opportunities In Florida Agriculture. arguments, which commence Mon- was trying to land duringa
left Marsha Mase Delta Pi and
." Freshmen and Sophomore day, to five hours for each side. an Alpha right,
students Intending to major within Hoffa is charged with attemptIng ceiling zero snowstorm Ann Bell a Chi Omega. Delta Gamma and Delta Del-

the College of Agriculture should to bribe and corrupt the jurorsin in the rugged Sierra Nev- ta Delta tied for first place in the overall points con-
find this program of particular his 1962 conspiracy trial in ada
Interest. Nashville, Tenn. test. (Photo by Phil Krug)



Page 2 The Florida Alligator MondayMarch 2,1964

34 UFers Picked

For Who's Who Save Missionaries..

LEOPOLDVILLE, The Congo missionaries, reports reaching time ana was told''thank yOU V
muchbut our Bayanzl tribes
here said Sunday.
Thirty-four UF students have "Final decision in the electionof (UPD -- Friendly The missionaries of the Kikandji will protect us and the terr
tribesmen In Kwilu Province foughta
been elected to Who's Who Among the students is made by a mission, about 31 miles north of ists dare not to attack."
bat tIe Com-
Students In American Universitiesand selection committee c.. :t1posed of munist savage-led terrorists to save the the Kwilu capital of Kikwtt, fled The rebels, aimed with bol

Colleges. the Dean of Student Affairs, Dean lives of 13 white Roman Catholic from the mission Saturday while and arrows, lances and war axj
Those elected are: Kathy of Men, Dean of Women, presi- Bayanzi tribesmen held off the made a second attack on the mis

Pie r c e, Edward Moore, M. S. dents of Florida Blue Key, Mor- army of rebels armed with bows Ion Saturday and the Bayanzi-w
Menge, Merril Stainton, Wilson tar Board, and the Student Body Service Week and arrows. barely able to hold them off,
Atkinson,' Byron Groves, John and the editor of the Seminole," Whereabouts of the miss- reports said.

Purcell, Tommy Kennington, Mike Coudon said. ionaries was not known but reli- The Bayanzl tribe have taken|
Jameson, David West, Barry Sin- "The process for selection of Starts March able reports said a national Con- arms against the Bapende trill
off, Charles Edwards, Mary Ann the nominees Is based primarilyon golese army company was dis- which are believed to make up
Millsap, Tommy Kelley, Virginia which of the nominees has con- patched to find them and reoccupythe bulk of the rebel army of Pekln

Harrell, Maurice Plumb, Gerald tributed the most to the univer- 15 On mission. The missionaries, trained Pierre Mulele, a for
Richman, Charlie Malloy, Karl sity in the fields of service, pub- Campus nationality was not immediately minister In the Congolese gove

Block, Walker Lundy, Allan Mc- lication, organization, and Student available.The ment. The conflict betweentwo
Peak, Frank Harshaw, Owen Government," he said. UF President J. Wayne Reitz reports said the mission tribes traces back to a I
Schwaderer, Judith Cillls, George Other requirements for mem- and Student Body President Ken earlier had refused an offer of Century feud.
Jenkins, Mike Colodny, Toba Ul- bership in Who's Who include at Kennedy have jointly proclaimed evacuation by United Nations The national Congolese ami

man, Sharon Sites, Fred Lane, least a 2.0 academic average, excellence March 15-March 21, as "World forces following an unsuccessful supported by U.helicopters fll

Charles Jackson, Elizabeth Allen, in a particular field with- University Service Week"on cam- siege by the rebels, many of whom ing scouting missions, was wor
Eric Smith, Mary Tucker, and in one year of his nomination, were believed to be under the influence ing slowly through the rebel
Barry Benedict. and enrollment in the universityfor pus."With 611 foreign students representing of drugs.A Infested Kwilu jungles Sundayan
"Original nominations are made seven semesters or more. 73 countries on UF attempt to restore commu

by the deans of the various collegesand "This is not to be confused campus we should have a special U. N. officer landed at the cations between Kikwit and the is]
faculty and administrative with the Hall of Fame In the Interest In World University Ser- mission in a helicopter at that lated towns of Idiofa and Gun
personel who work with the Seminole Coudon said. "
vice (WSU) program, said WUS
students in the different activi- "The Hall of Fame will be chairman James Weber.

ties of the university. Selectionis announced in the Seminole whichis "Last year Rollins College gave Union May Change I
on the basis that the studenthas scheduled to be released March $1,100, Florida State gave $1,000and
excelled in at least one major 20th," Coudon said. He added that UF gave $630 for the mutual
field of activity pertaining to the some of those selected for Who's assistance program." 'Attitude' I

UF," Seminole editor JoeCoudon, Who have also been selected for "The UF Is the largest schoolIn Campus
who made the announcement,said. the Hall of Fame. Florida and has more foreign

students than any other Florida The new Florida Union will reflect members attend Union function

West Germans Told/ University, yet we lag behind In more than just physical It has been proven that as ma|
supporting this tremendous or- changes, according to Bill Rion, Greeks as non-Greeks go throu
I ganization. Director of the Union. the doors, said Rion.

Not To 'Interfere' "There needs to be more com- Rion said he hoped the new Union "There Is no moratorium ont]
munication of the Idea and impor- would become the "community part of the Greeks for lookingart

tance of WUS on campus. It Is center" of campus life, and presenta exhibits for example."
BERLIN (-AnEastGerman the West Berlin city government, a shame that UF students are not unified effort on behalf of stu- In the long run the designthe
official Sunday told the West German at the urging of West Germanyand
more aware of Its scope and are dent activities. building will provide a tr
government to end its the Western Allies, rejectedan not more concerned with "Now there Is a good degree university center and have a r
"Illegal" Interference in West East German offer to open supporting it," he said. of segmentalizatlon of student activities markable effect on university lift]
Berlin's affairs and offered to pass offices in West Berlin againas Hundreds of colleges and universities to the point where certain he said.

resume negotiations on Easter it did during the Christmas over the world will be par- loyalties become loyalties to the The new Union will be locat

passes through; the wall. holidays. ticipating in financial campaigns group rather than the Union." In the middle of what is now Flay
The attack on the city's ties Brandt since has questioned the during WUS week. The money Is The new Union, with facilities I. It will be eight stories big
to West Germany and the offer of wisdom of the Western stand. used to help poorer nations with and programs capable of meeting and cover an area of 240,00(
Easter passes was made by Erich The Communist today, In an apparent their academic progress. student organizational life, will square feet.A .
Wendt, state secretary In the Com- attempt to take advantage "We hope to raise at least$5,000on produce a greater degree of unification -
munist East German culture of this growing quarrel between campus this year," said Weber. of attitude, he said. complete food service wli

ministry. West German Chancellor Ludwig Freshman Council representativeswill "No longer will student publications be one of the features In the nej
Negotiations between Wendt and Erhard and Brandt on the pass discuss WUS with ten studentsand be in the basement and building. This will Include:
an aide of West Berlin Mayor Willy issue, offered to resume the talks each of these students will Student Government on the top cafeteria-snack bar capable <

Brandt on Easter passes were recessed immediately. be responsible for raising $5.00. floor. Now they will be located seating 650, a formal dining roorrJ
Thursday until two weeks It appeared doubtful, that Brandt WUS coordinators will encourage side by side." with waiter service, seating 17|
after Easter, thus dashing hopes would go so far as to risk an donations as an organizations to "We hope that as a result of persons; and space for catering anj
for approval in time for the holi open break with Bonn or the this that Student Government and size group up to 1,000.A I

day.The Western Allies. WUS.WUS, originated in 1919, has jubllcatlons, for example, will theatre, separate from thj
talks were broken off when Wendt said in an East German provided extensive programs of work together rather than against building, but physically attache!

radio .nd television program that mutual assistance, relief and rehabilitation each other. The words 'third colonnade will also be a featur
Campus the West Berlin city government for students throughout floor' have almostbecomesynonomous of the Union. Rion stressed tha
rejected the Communist offer of the world. Foreign universi- with the White House, this will not be a hall or audi
Easter passes only because of ties in 50 different countries also Kremlin or Tigert Hall." torium. It is designed strictlj
News BriefsApplications Illegal Interference of the West contribute, said Weber. An attempt is also being madeto as a dramatic theatre and will
German government In West Berlin The most extensive programsare dispel the "Independant" completely erase difficulties presently
affairs. done in Asia, Africa, Europeand immage of the Union. Involved in dramatic productions
are now being accepted -
Latin America. Not many fraternity or sorority at UF.
for the summer and fall

orientation programs, Fred Lane,
student director, announced yes- DanceContinued

terday.All \ Faculty & StaffBE
interested in being a group ( from Page I)
leader or staff member should
paying jobs to play for free, the ,
Room apply 128.this week In Tigert Hall hundreds of kids who were turned ON GUARD AGAINST

away, and the hundreds of dollars
"We need some 200 studentsto
lost to the Heart Fund,"Schaeffer
staff this fall's program, Lane
"Six p.m. on Friday was def-
Group leaders are picked on the .
initely a weak time to make a final
basis of interest, ability :nd pre- \ \
decision. Lack of communicationwas f
vious experience, according to
the problem, and deaf ears
Lane. A 2.0 average at the end
enclosing small town ideas caused '
of this trimester Is required. "i
"We hope to maximize the efficiency that," he added.Schaeffer I'r' I Monthly Payments Monthly Payments '
claims that
of the two smaller sum- nothing For Purchase Of When Member Has
definite was said concerning the
mer programs as well as the New Automobile 1/3 Down
cancellation of the dance until Fri-
fall one," stated Lane, who has
day night. Although he had been 12 mos. 88.29 12 mos. 87.730'
already been a part of ten pre-
warned to cancel In four previous '
24 24
vious programs. mos. 46.51 mos. 45.9
runtime, U. S. A." dances he
Need Leaders figured "they would let it go this 36 mos. 32.64 36 mos. 32.08

time also." payment includes life insurance on unpaid balance
Applications for those interestedin The disc jockey points out that

being Orientation group leaders his "runtimes" are purely per-

next fall are available in room sonal connection business with ventures Radio and Station haveno Main Office, Building J; Branch Office, H12 Teaching Hospital
Hall from today until
128, Tigert ,
March 24. WUWU. "I want to take full cre- Serving UF Personnel Since 1935
dit for the Schaeffer said.
"We need more group leaders sign,
"said Fred Lane Bands which were to play at
than ever before, Campus Federal CREDIT UNIONt'
student director, who is organizing the dance included The Hustlers,
operation. Big Beats, and Mark Fours. _
this year's -



2, 1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3

I Slaughter Feared Smear ChargedIn

Brewing In Cyprus Baker Case

NICOSTA, Cyprus (UPI) cheering crowd of 3,000 Greek from 2,000 to 5,000 men by

Heavily armed Greek Cypriot irregulars Cypriots the newly reinforced police Makarlos Is ready and said,"come leader. The rules
Senate majority
WASHINGTON (UPI) -- A Republican -
poured Into villages sur- force was ready to repel an and get us if you dare." member of the Senate committee is trying to find out
rounding the town of PhottaSundaynight Invasion and pledged would fight
Rules Committee charged Sunday how Baker pyramided salary
for what British authorities last "
to the
Georgadjis accused Turkish that "various White House sides" Into a reputed "paper" fortuneof
feared might be to to Greek
an attempt
mas- Georgadjis spoke
Cypriots of starting the fightingand have tried to smear witnesses who about $2 million.
sacre Turkish Cypriots In the Cypriots at services commem-
said they did so under a long- produce evidence concerning
area. orating Greeks killed in the recent
The British were conductingnon fighting with Turkish Cypriots and prepared plan for the island'spartition Robert G. "Bobby" Baker."I Scott said his charges did not
in reply to Makarios
stop negotiations with the in the guerrilla action against the constitute "any attack on the
plans for revising the constitution. are--from said he did
who also
Greek to know they President. lie
Cypriots prevent another British before Cyprus,Independence
major outbreak of violence In the In 1960. second,"' Sen. Hugh Scott, R-Pa., not know of any senators, Republican -

Northwestern Cyprus town wherea To an audience that Included "Cyprus is indivisible and unitarily said. "But since Idon't know them or Democrat, "who are
first hand--I was not there involved in improprieties."
Greek Cypriot shepherd was President Archbishop Makarlos, Greek," the interior
shot and killed by Turkish Cypriots Georgadjis said: minister said to cheers. "So it and did not see them do It--It would
be fair for me to mention
Saturday. "If Turkey sets foot on our shall remain as long as the last their not But they are names Scott referred to what he calleda
Rumors the fear-ridden sacred land shall fight until who names.
swept we Cypriot is alive. Let all service files
leak of derogatory
that reads in the press almost -
Island that new fighting would trig the last man. We snail fight on talk of partition and illegitimate one day." on Don B. Reynolds, a former Air
ger an Invasion by Turkish forces the beaches, in the hills, the solutions know this." every Force major who testified he wrote

reported maneuvering 80 miles off valleys, the towns and the villages. $200,000 worth of life Insuranceon

shore. Greece already has warned And if it Is our fate to becomea Turkish Cypriot leader Vice Scott made the statements when Johnson in 1957 and then gave

that such an Invasion would bring holocaust we shall follow our President Fazil Kuchuk has called queried about the Rules Com- Johnson an expensive stereo record -

Greek countermeasures. fate." partition the only solution to the mittee's investigation of Baker, player at Baker's suggestion.Scott .
Interior Minister Ply- lie told Turkey the "national crisis that has taken several the former Senate Democrat sec-
carpos Georgadjis told a wldly guard" of police forces increased hundred lives since Christmas.
accused the Pentagon Sat-

urday of "evading" his efforts to

CINEMA'Deadringer'Nice Johnson had little to say about find out who leaded information on

Proposes Add the Baker investigation of his Saturday Reynolds.

news conference,except that "The tragic and distressing aspect -

he was certain the Rules Com- of this whole Investigationhas
I To Line OfSuccession mittee "will take proper action." been the efforts of people In

Baker, who resigned his$19,600job high places to smear witnesseswho

last October, served under produce evidence about Bobby
Piece IronyBy Johnson when the President was Baker," Scott said.

DON FEDERMANAt boyfriend 18 years previous to the
beginning of the film. Edith finds ALBANY, N. Y. (UPI) -- Gov. Latin; American Club
Nelson A. Rockefeller has pro-
out, and co m m i its the perfect
the Gainesville Drive-In(how posed that a cabinet level "first
crlm. But living the life of a
about this equality bit of mine]) twin is harder than she thought, secretary of government" be appointed -
to stand after the vice- Reorganizes
IS "Deadrlnger, a nice little bil and eventually she finds out from
of irony which would be perfect for her deceased sister's lover that president in the line of presidential -

Bette Davis.In she (the deceased) killed her hus- succession, it was learned Latin American Club has been "Our membership will come

fact, it stars Miss Davis,and band (the deceased one's that is). Sunday. accordingto primarily from the 400 Latin
reorganized on campus,
like "Baby Jane, this movie Is To complicate matters, Edith hasa The proposal would remove Alfredo E. Rodriguez,the club's students enrolled In(the university.
all hers. The script was written
boyfriend who exposed her elected president.The But we want to emphasize thatit
House Speaker John McCormach, newly
for her, the music (by Andre Pre-
(thinking of course that she is 72, and Senate President Pro Tem- reorganized club will try will be open to any student withan
vin and by far the best part of
Margaret). Edith gets cyanideon worth-while to Interest In Latin America. The
pore Carl Hayden, 86, from the to something
the movie) is for her, and the
the rocks in the end, but for
line of presidential succession.The offer any student who has an club should be of particular interest -
other actors are subordinated to
the wrong crime. Boyfriend is interest in Latin American culture, to students majoring In

her.Although left thinking Edith is innocent. suggestion came in a Feb. language arts, and international Spanish and political science." he
there wasn't much to
Simple? 27 letter to President Johnson. relations, Rodriguez said. said.
this movie, I found it entertainingin
"Deadringer" offers action and Rockefeller urged emergency legislation The old Latin American Club "We hope we can become an
spite of myself. suspense; in fact, I left out some to "improve the present has been inactive for about one effective political force on cam-
The plot Is the real gem of this of the bloody scenes in my des- "
unsatisfactory succession law. year. It was mainly social outlet pus," said Juan Quesada, outgoing
Davis twin sisters.
movie. plays won't miss out
cription so
you for Latin students secretary of international affairs.
Margaret, the rich one, tricked on any thrills. The new secretary would be appointed The reorganized club is openingits "We have approximately 400
Edith out of her now deceased This movie billed as"must" by the President.The .
membership to broader cross votes if we can become organized.We .
for Bette Davis fans. I concurin section of the university,expandingits hope to be in a favorable poli-
NEW LOCATION this opinion. It is not as great New York governor sent the program of cultural and social tical situation by elections next

though as "Baby Jane," and if you President a copy of proposals he activities, and generally taking a Fall..
Riser'sOFFICE dlcui't like that one, then forget made last week to Sen. Birch E. Informal atmos-
more active part in campus life, Realizing a n
EQUIPMENT this one. Otherwise, get yourself Bath Jr., D-Ind., chairman of the said Rodriguez phere is conducive to better under
some gas and a girl and Senate Judiciary's subcommitteeon students the club
"It will be more than just an standing among
604 N. Main StreetMonthofMarch enjoy the movie. constitutional amendments. L organization to aid Incoming Latin plans a series of parties, accord-

American students In their adjust- Ing to Rodriguez.

ment to university life. The new Not all problems of inter-

club hopes to become an active American understanding are

FILE CABINET NASSAU TRIP force in all phases of community settled In the "mumbo-jumbo" ofa

SALE life conference table. "We thinkan
informal situation may otter

4-drw letter size-49.5 students a chance to more openly

4 drw legal size69.503'x6' Sponsored by the Special Projects Committee, express said. themselves," Rodriguez

Florida Union Board The club plans also to presenta

1/2 program of lectures on current
Work Tables
inter American affairs by
Desks wood & metal r prominent figures In Latin American -

PriceSpecials cultural and political circles.
Chairs -
types APRIL 17 20

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First 12 customers buyinga }ou In our lndcrulm 525
tludto.ISO. eluJIl/7
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for 19.50 EACH 64 visit our Beauty Salon

open 6 days & 3 eve-
We have 140 boxes of
nings weekly we're running a specialon
carbon regularly
typing Includes transportation from Miami, eight delicious our $14 mohair

selling for 4.50 up, meals, lodging for three nights and $4 wharfage tax. GLAM-O-RAMA sweaters for $9.99.

while they last $1.00 Deadline for accepting passengers i is MARCH 9.
HOUSE CF BEAUTY I it's a great buy if you

Sign up in room 315; Florida Union. I I
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The Blind Lead The BlindOur ;,%;-:. EDITOR.Almost: every critical

:> letter received by the Alligator -
; ARC ::-. Is answered with

own Senator George Smathers has long been considered one of R i;:::::' the challenge, in effect,
/4 :r> ''If don't like it, let's ,
Congress' foremost experts on Latin American affairsand; his adviceon '' you
Cuban and South American affairs has been considered of significantvalue r r OpEN ". see you do better" -- and ,a,
by his fellow senators.It :>>. the writer is invited join
is Interesting to observe that Sen.Smathershas now Issued another ,@"; the Alligator staff. ,< '
proposal to reaffirm his "get tough" policy on nations that continue I This is hardly a fair :' .
trading with Cuba. rlJ I reply. We are all entitled :
lie maintains that America should recreate the Image of the firm j I to criticize a professional k,'

Uncle Sam of old and stop looking like the "sugar daddy" that manyof ,;fi fighter if he performs ;A'"
our allies seem to believe is the result of the latest metamorphosisin ::::' poorly, without neci <.' '
our national image. And having found the latest congressional / i>: essarily being able to out- ,'f'
f ftj
directive advocating a cut-off of aid to trading nations Ineffective, he $ L ': fight the man ourselves. :
has reached Into the closet and across a decade, to find veapon he :::: i The difference is that we
hopes to be effective. His contention is that the repayment of debts ,$ are not representing ourselves -
contracted by our allies in fighting the last two world wars (e.id which ::: I I: as professional
are past due) should be demanded immediately If the trend towards : fighters. He Is, and as fans
Increased trade with Cuba is not reversed. we have a right to expect .'
Thus we can use the threat of collection of debts incurred by our ; a degree of excellence. .
allies in fighting our enemies of yesteryear to prevent them from trading You are representing ,
with our enemies of today. Swan Song Sung yourselves as newspaper -<
Two notes of interest come to mind. men. If you are not, you '\
Our national debt (mostly Incurred In fighting two world wars) is shouldn't have taken on the
achieving record heights. job. Your readers should >.'.
And yesterday The United States announced It was sending a delega- By Gator ReviewerEDITOR be allowed to offer criticism .
tion to Russia to seek permission tor the use of larger ships to expediteour when they're not \t";;" .
shipments of wheat to that country.So satisfied with your pro-
the right hand lifts in a patriotic salute while the left counts the : O'Neill's "Great God Brown" in duct, without fear of an unfair -

c pieces of silver. eight inches? It can't be done, : ', or belligerent reply.
W.C.N. and believe it won't be doneif It is unfair and belligerent
The following Is not a letter of me, '
to ask them to drop what ,, "
resignation.With that is what this paper thinksof '
theatre.If they're doing and come :<;:,
the latest review from the
Editor Advocates work on the paper before *
Gainesville Drive-In, I end my they canbeentUledtocomF'
commitment to the Alligator. In you measure the space givento :: '
fact, I never owed any commit- this letter (assuming it is pub- plain. They haven't :<
Of SGERBy ment to the Alligator. The reviewer lished intact), you will find It claimed to be newspaper it
Moving men. You have.If .
owes nobody a favor, longer than my review. It appears
the ,:
Alligator were a
whether it be the editors,the busi- future reviews may have to be :
ness office, or the advertisers.He published under letters to the private project there might ;
WALKER LUNDY Whether anyone likes It or not, reviews what he thinks is Interesting editor. be some validity in your
Editor the SGER in its activities is takenas a belief encouraged by stock reply, but the paperis
representing the UF, and,there- any good paper in this country. Don Federman as much tho reiiders'as
The Student Group for Equal fore, you and me. When individuals Critic-at-large: it is yours, and it is
Rights (SGER) was told Its charter in the group were arrested for Therefore, I suggestthe Gaines- not "butting in" to ask
would be in danger of being revoked picketing in Ocala in December ville Drive-In pursue a policy of (Editor's Note -- If what you for changes. It is in fact to :
N by the university if the headlines in the state newspapersread first-run films of a more stimu- want, Don, Is to see a movie review their duty as readers
group went through with its plansto "UF Professors, Students, lating nature. Otherwise, expectno that's done and done well let you know when theyaren't
to Florida State Theatre Arrested for Picketing." satisfied. Theyshouldn't
more reviews. in eight inches, take a look at
district office in Jacksonville last The people would have been Iden- Time to be made to feelit
magazine name one.
Saturday.The tified as being from the UF if The State Theatre has consis- is none of their busi-
bit of news, which we heard they had traveled to Jacksonville tently shown throughout this school But If you want a promise of Y ness. It is Incumbent on
first as a rumor last Monday, was last weekend to picket. year that It is dedicated to bringing as much space as you have been you, not them, to Improvethe
told to us by UF Pres. J. Wayne Let us say here that,personally, In the finest films available, getting, we won't make that de- product.You .
Reitz in an Interview in his office we agree with the objectives of even if it has meant paying a high cision. We'll leave that up to neither accept the
Saturday morning. He said the the SGER. It Is the group's methodsof rental fee. Its line-up of films our readers. criticisms nor offer a de-
1 decision not to continue picket operation that we question. We for the month of March Is unpre- I' fense. YQu merely dismiss
lines at the Florida Theatre here do not feel that picketing Is the cedented and deserves my undivided READERS, if you want Mr. Fed- them as invalid because the
was made by the group after con- best way to obtain these goals. attention which It will receive erman and his 20-Inch reviews just : critics haven't put in time
sultation with several other groups But that Is really not our point unless another theatre on State Theatre showings, then :4 on the staff. Perhaps the
t In the city. here. Our strongest objection Is comes up with something equally call us, write us, or stop us on I: convenience of your stan-
He said no pressure by the university that toe group was going to picketin Interesting.One the street, and tell us your feel- dard reply explains its frequent -
4 was brought against the Jacksonville and, for all pur- Ings.If. employment.
SGER to stop picketing here. poses, would be representing the other thing that aggravatesme t Don Addis
r Before the cries of "Down with UF, and, therefore, you and me. is the fact that my superiorsas you would rather see shorter, \ (Editor's Note -- If you
the Tigert Hall monster" begin We would rather see the SGER of this week have cut my column more concise reviews on movies I.t::, don't like it, let's see you
thundering down upon our fair operate outside the bounds of the space to 6-10 inches per review. from several theatres, and are : : do better. This has been
campus, we wish to inject a note university. This would solve both This would be all right for Doris against Mr. Federman's views, ," a recording.)
of agreement.We problems. Tigert Hall could not Day movies, but is totally unfair then let us know that too.
do not agree with them because tell them to cancel a planned for movies like "The Leopard," The readers shall rule.) P 4
they are Tigert Hall; we picketing expedition to another "Strangelove," and "The Cardi-
agree with them because we feel city, and the group would not seem nal" (all which are due this month.)
I I they are right. to represent the university. My editors inform me that my The Florida Alligator
requests sometimes for 12" or
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more are too much for a paperof Sieved by United Press International

.. this size. But my editors Editor ..................................................................Walker Lundy
forget that my column is well- Managing Editor .......................................................Bill Fuller
Hollinshead Answers read and that whether people like Assistant Managing Editor .........................................John Askins
my opinions or not, they are nec- Editorial Editor .................................................Wayne Norfleet
essary, for it is a wellknownfact Sports Editor ..........................................................Glenn Laney
EDITOR: that the most popular placeto Wire Editor ...........................................................Bob Thomas
take a date on weekends in Feature Editor ...................................................Cynthia Tunstall
At the risk of prolonging what may become a futile discussion this town is a movie (this goes Campus Living Editor ........................................Judy Lynn Prince
a may I reply to the thoughtful letters of Mr. David L. Willing especially for Independents). Editorial Assistants .... Ernie Litz, Gall Sobering, Nancy Zimmet,
and Mr. Martin Rosmarin In the February 27 Alligator. In Betty Wendt, Betsy Garrison, Steve Vaughn, Sue Dobbie, Charner
Now I find it despairing to writea Powell and Rual
general, I agree with their position about student records. Chandler.
However, Mr. Capitano had made a public statement about review knowing part of it will Reporters ..... Jim Castello, Phil Hevener, Joel Gaston, Douglas
the lack of personal attention at the University of Florida. The get the axe, and I find it insultingto Molitor, Donita Mathison, Sally Stock, Carol Nobis, Ann Carter,
only way I could find out if this was a fair accusation for him see part of my reviews cut for Joe Kollin, Pam Pulley, Agnes Fowles, Bob DeLoach, Fran Snider,
to make was to look at his record. It Indicated that he had such "important" and"fantastic" Judy Teich, Evan Engle, George Mms! Phil Geyer, Don Federman,
not lacked individual attention, and I so stated. Items as "600 Orchids Awardedto Becky Quinn, Larry Zimmerman, Jackie Cornelius, Patti Pitz,
My reference to his association with another faculty University" or "Naval Reser- Gary Williams, Don Davis, Terry Rogers Sue Haugsted Joyce
committee was not meant to be sarcastic. I regret It if It vists Due Here." Kilmer, George Elmore David Sumner, Jay Haviser, Joe Zeigler,
sounded that way. Joy Cherry, John Clendenon, Nancy Brachey, Tom Millsaps,
One other parting shot which will and Millie Gorman.
Sincerely yours, interest my friends at Florida r
Byron S. Hollinshead I{' Players. One of my superiorssaid THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaper of
Dean "No review is worth more the University of Florida and is published five times weekly except
than 8", and if it is longer, thenit during the months of May, June, and July, when a weekly Issue Is
isn't worth it." Now tell me, published. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is entered as second class
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HRHi I MondayMarch 2,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 7

Baby Gafors Face '; Gators Hand Georgia First

ky t'; Tough Dade JCI ,. Defeat In New Stadium

After a third place finish in the Southern Intercollegiate The Georgia Bulldogs went downto Bulldogs back into the game. range as the Gators worked the ball

Championships behind the Florida varsity and the Florida State their first defeat in their new successfully through the tight
In Georgia walked off the courtat
varsity, the UF freshman swimming team will host Dade "Doghouse" as the Florida Gators Bulldog defense.
ingirs I halftime with a 37-31 lead andit
County Junior College here In whipped them 69-64
today dual
a meet at 3:00 p.m. Saturdaynight.
looked as if they were headedfor Mont Hlghley, In foul trouble
The Baby Gators are undefeated in their first four .
le. meets their third consecutive victoryat most of the game, managed to
this winning over the The Bulldogs were undefeatedin
year Georgia Frosh, Tulane Frosh and home. score 16 points. Hlghley had three
FSU Frosh twice. However, the merman will probably encounter their ultra-modern coliseum
But Florida and Tomlinson had
him before the
their hardest test to date against the Falcons today. I having previously upset highly ft- fouls called on
other Ideas as they stormed back
half lie backin
first was over. came
Dade will be led by Steve Carty, an individual vored Georgia Tech and Vander-
medley man
out on the court for the beginningof the second half and had a foul
and Lee Stauffer, a distance freestyler. Stauffer placed bilt in their 13,000 seat abode.
the second half. Tomlinson wenton called him almost Immediately.
second to the UF varsity's Bill Corbin in the Southern meetin Saturday night,however,the Ga- on
his scoring streak and the rest Georgia put on a last minute
the 500 yard freestyle. Dade also has two fine divers in f tors vre not to be denied as they
of the Gators followed suit. ralley which saw the Gator's nine
\ Chuck MacKarvich and Pete DiCroce. won their first game in their last
Paul Morton,who was held scor- point lead dwindle to three.
The rivalry this between three tries on the'road.
"1 year the two schools is
more less during the first half dumpedin High point man for the Georgia
:\1 intense than usual both Dick Tomlinson'led the Gators
as Carty and Stauffer are former
eight big points in the second Bulldogs was Jerry Waller who
school teammates of the with 22 points and 15 rebounds.
Baby Gators Lance Gerlln. Jackson
half. Many of these were at close scored 17 points.
e :ri has been the state Class AA high school swimming champions Eight of Tomlinson's 22 points

',;. the last four years. Gerlin, who will probably clash with t came very early In the first half
< "' Stauffer in the 200 yard freestyle, holds the freshman record when the Gators were fighting "

edof .:i:1:# in the event in 1:53.9.: I hard to overcome a six point halftime :

y." >: Dade is coached by former Gator swim ace Mike Burdges, i deficit. h.i ;

yet who would like nothing better than to beat his old alma mater. The Gat 0 r s had four points

tyvs t His team sprung a major upset two weeks ago, beating the racked up on the score board before -
r'1J University of Miami's varsity 48-47. I Georgia could get themselves with

a The UF's Individual medley man Scott Edgett, butterflyer untracked. Florida spurted to an .,

j Steve Grau, breastrokers Jack Baures and Bob Reines, i early 12-5 lead before the hot GLENN LANEY
"r backstroker i shooting of Jerry Waller put the
Blanchard Tual, and freestylers Tom Dioguardi Sports Editor
and John Stiles must come through if the frosh are to keep

their swimming slate clean this year. The Baby Gators are I Heifers WinThe

hoping to produce the first undefeated season for a frosh swim-i.. You may have noticed some of the standingsfor different Intramural

ming team In four years. leagues which appeared in last week's paper.

ine. For the first time In many years the freshman have come UF varsity tennis team I know a few people noticed them because they called me up and told

up with a fine freestyle relay team. The unit of Jim Kelly, opened its 1964 season with a me they were wrong I

Gerlin, Edgett, and Dioguardi have set a freshman record in 7-2 win over Rollins at Winter We have no way of checking the validity of these results. They are

the 200 freestyle relay finishing with a 1:32.6. Park Saturday. handed to us by the Intramural department with"checked and approved"

r The freshman 400 yard freestyle relay team beat the varsity's Bill Tym, Dave Bonner, Jerry stamped on them.

relay time In the Southern meet in record clocking of 3:27.0 Pfeiffer, Ron Rebhuhn, and Vic Now, when a mistake Is made in these results, does anyone call up

with the team of Stiles, Kelly, Gerlin, and Dioguardi.The Stone won matches for Florida. the intramural department and say, "Hey, you guys are wrong."

Baby Gators, along with the UF varsity,will travel to the The Freshman team Friday defeated No, they don't.

University of Alabama at the end of the week to defend their Central Florida Junior Col- They call us and I have to spend half my time explaining to harassed

respective titles in the Southeastern Conference Swimming lege 61. Tom Shaddock, national sorority girls why their team only has so many points in the standings
championship. ; junior college champion, instead of the total the girls think they should have.

J;%;tifkj!; Ar iUIL1ti W : .' won the lone match for Central Now, the Intramural department has a lot of facts and figures,whirling
:: Florida. around In their collective heads and some mistakes are bound to happen,

Rick Chace, Ron FIck, Bill Per- but we go on the theory here it is better to not print something that is

rin, and Joe Simon, led the teamto wrong than print it at all.

F victory. So we have a lot of results of the various and sundry leagues on campus

; ;f4- .e Saturday the Freshman team which will not appear in the paper until we can be assured the results we

defeated Rollins' junior varsity have are correct.A .

72.The quick change of pace dribble and we are talking about the (finally)
next: opponent for the varsity "Fighting" Florida Gator basketball team.

will again be Rollins, here, Tues- The Gators have caught fire.

day.The Not only did they upset one of the best teams in the conference in

Freshman team plays Dade Georgia Tech, but they also (now hold on) won a game on the roadl

Junior College Monday and Rollins' The Gators came out of the dressing room for the Georgia Tech game

5 junior varsity on Tuesday. with fire in their eyes. They took charge of the game, and by the

time Georgia Tech could realize what was going on, the Gators walked

UF Tied 2-2 off the floor with a 92-73 upset.

What caused this sudden turn about In Florida cage fortune?
'lt Rumor has it Coach Sloan sat his boys down before the Tech game and
A The UF soccer team tied the
gave them a good old-fashioned dressing down.
Maxwell Air Force Base soccer
One would think the subject of his catharsis would be on the Gator's
team of Montgomery,Alabama 2-2
w ignominious (Now I'm sounding like our editorial writer when he writes
in Friday afternoon action.
about sports) four-game losing streak.
The Air Force drew fist bloodas
But "Nervous" Norm fooled them and Instead he hit the squad witha
they scored a goal with 17 min-
"Everyone is not giving one-hundred per cent" spiel.
-rT utes gone in the first half.
Sloan was reported to have said there was only one person on the
Florida squeeked in a goal by
team giving 100 percent effort all the time.
Moses Lagos with only three min-
Ills name?
Become a walking definition of "Classic utes remaining to be played in the Bill Koss.
opening stanza.It .
I first became acquainted with Bill right after the Jacksonville hotel
took the Air Force only six
fire. Bill, as you remember, saved several of his teammates' lives
minutes to break the scoring ice
with his quick thinking in the face of imminent danger.
in the second half. The score
Much has been said about the big forward in the last couple of days,
remained 2-1 until Mario Lelva
Hountree but all that has been said can be summed up in one short sentence.The .
ended the days scoring with goal
desire and hustle displayed by this young man has finally affected
for the UF with 12 minutes left
his teammates.
to play in the match.

1227 West University The soccer team which is 912on Florida Golfers Lose To FSU
the year ends its season against

Florida State March 14th at home.

,--- UF varsity golfers lost but Gaover the FSU frosh.

tor freshmen won against Florida The UF frosh will face Dade

TRACK EQUIPMENTSHOES State linksters here Saturday. County JC here tomorrow in its .

The Gator varsity fell by a close next dual match. The varsity's

by RIDDELL and MacCREGOR 10-8 count, while the freshmen next outing is. against Georgiacame

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Page 8 The Florida Alligator MondayMarch 2, 1964

If you are a close followerof
A Big Man's Game? the sports section or of the
baseball team you may be won-
dering why the results of the
Florida Florida Southern
Baxley baseball' game wasn't
I haI published Into days paper.
We came out with an article

For UF CagersThe (7 opened Friday on saying February the 29.season You

i know, we thought the baseball
4. coach would like to know.
: did he not
Well not only
old saying that good things Brooks' ability and I like playing ,
come in small packages has held along side of him, says Baxley. know, but the FloridaSoutherncoach
true in the case of Tom Baxley. This year Baxley has starredin e didn't know either. In
The 5-foot-10 junior fireball has a playmaking role, but has still fact nobocy knew. So they
been a capable starter for the found time to score 283 points have "rescheduled" the game
Gator basketball team during the during the Gators' first twenty for this coming Saturday.
past two seasons. encounters for a 14.2 average.
Baxley transferred to Floridain Baxley says his biggest thrill
1961 after leading the Mary- was winning this year's Gator r4 w. ,Sk i Blue League Final Results
land freshman team scoring witha Bowl basketball tournament.As 1 a
30.2 average. far as Individual games go, Golf
Says Coach Norm Sloan, "I'm he rates the Gators'92-73 winover
certainly glad that Tom decidedto Georgia Tech this seasor on par Lambda Chi Alpha 174
make the switch. His all- with the 73-53 victory over South- ; Phi Gamma Delta 190
.' around basketball ability has eastern Conference champ Missi- t HandballLambda
. proven to be a vital team factor ssippi State last year. ot4 Chi Alpha 2
during the past two years." "Of course Miss. State was PI Kappa Phi 1
Last year Baxley paced the ranked No. 5 nationally at the timeso
Gators In scoring with a 16.2 that game meant little more,"
average. In his first varsity he says. : ?.;, : ',1 .
game, playing before his hometown Gator fans will remember his :"" ':J4', '
crowd in Miami, he scored 32 /1 I ,
35-foot jump shot with just four ;:
points against the Hurricanes.In seconds remaining to down Florida ;
all, his total of 407 points State by two points, 52 -50, ear- i'f
placed him sixth on the All-Time
lier in the season. s
Gator scoring for a single season.It As far as the future Is con- <,. 1 <', t -j
is the highest total ever accumu- f1 '. '-
cerned, Baxley has two goals he THE ; ,1'
lated by a Gator sophomore. would like to reach -- improvinghis
Baxley teams up with 6-foot-2 and .Tom Baxley looks in awe at giant teammate Richard
shooting percentage helpingthe
junior Brooks Henderson to form Gators become a top-flight Peek. Baxley and Brooks Henderson form the best one- WR\lt\ ;r/OWtJ'
one of the finest guard duos in
the conference
in the SEC.Whatley
the Southeastern Conference. two guard punch
crown. Keep it next to
''I have a lot of respect for your
phone. Memorize it.

Injured Tattoo it on your

Martha Kent cheek. Embroider it

John Whatley, one of Tampa's substitution rule that will take on your sweat suit.
"brightest" contributions to the effect in the fall, Florida is expected Scrawl it on the bathroom -
Wins Final UF football team, Injured his left to use a three-team sys- mirror. Being
knee In a practice scrimmage
urday and will be sidelined for the tem.Thus, Whatley will miss out on without this numberis
ContestMartha rest of the spring workouts' the remainder of spring practice I like being withoutthe
Cage The 220-pound tackle, who saw drills--devoted primarily to find- most delicioussandwiches
action on the first team during ing candidates for the new system.

Kent, pert,green eyed, the 1963 season, injured a lateral Last season, Whatley suffereda in town.
r brown haired sophomore was one V ligament in his knee when he shoulder separation In the Geor- 6-1252
of seven people to predict all ten was blocked from the side during gia game--his second game of the
winners correctly in our last cage scrimmage. year on the first team.
contest. Whatley was operated on Sat- Whatley who will be a JuniorIn ALAN'S CUBANANext
However, Miss Kent's faith in urday night at the Health Center. the fall, compiled the highest
the Gators paid off as she was Dr. W. F. Enneking, who per- grade-point average on the foot- to Seagle Bldg.
the only one of the seven to pre- formed the knee operation, said ball team during the fall semester FREE DELIVERY
dict a Florida victory. the Injury was to the anterior with a perfect 4.0 mark.
Miss Kent wins this weeks din- cruciate and the cartllege of his

ner for two at Carmanella's.We .. left knee.
A' Whatley will have his knee ina
would like to take this chanceto cast for five weeks.
thank Carl deProspero, ownerof The Tampan Is being countedon
Carmanellas, for sponsoringthe A GIRL I ? for a first-line role at a tackle
cage contest. spot next season. Under the new

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