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The Florida Alligator

Vol.56, No.108 University of Florida. Gainesville TuesdayMarch 3, 1964

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Red Defector
S :

Transit Talks Has Been U.S.


Slated Today Spy Informer

By PHIL HEVENER of bus service between campus and defector from the Soviet Secret

Staff Writer downtown Gainesville. N Police has been feeding UJS. Intelligence -
Kennedy, Woodrow Shaw,presi-
i agents with Information
Student Government SG
( ) local
dent of Gainesville's bus
dent Ken Kennedy Is to since 1958 which has led to arrests -
company, and City Manager Bill of Important Red spies over-
meet with a spokesman for the
city's transit service today for Greene met yesterday for a dis- 4- seas, it was learned last night.
cussion in connection with the now
defector Michal
talks connected with Improvement The Polish ,
apparently defunct Greypup bus
,. Goleniewski, came to the United
service. States In 1961. He previouslyhad
Coed Curfew Last week the City Commissionvoted been in contact with U.s. Intelligence -
to turn down a franchise sources In Poland.

request from the Greypup com- The Red agent was given the new

Decision Due pany. Instead, efforts are being name of Goleniewski after arriv-
made to bring Into effect a plan ing In this country with his wife

operating with the framework of to conceal his real Identity. He
UF officials have made the final Gainesville's present transit line.
T Is understood to be living in New
decision concerning approval ofwomen's Kennedy said Shaw made no proposals -
York and has provided much Information -
Sunday night curfew extension his
of own at yesterday'ssession to the U.s. Intelligence
but the verdict will not "but he did seem willing community.
be made public until next week, to listen to us."
; to this
According one report,
Dean of Women Marna V. Brady One of the biggest difficulties -
information has been turned over
said yesterday.The In the to :
past concerning campus to the FBI and In some cases has
proposal to extend the cur- downtown bus service has been
resulted in the arrests of Important
few on a "late permit" basis was "a lack of effective communica- bloc
Soviet agents operating
submitted to Dean Bra y in the tions," Kennedy said.
against the Western world outsidethe
form of a resolution by the Wo- Today Shaw is supposed to outline i United States.

men's Student Association (WSA) "In detail" his routes,
U.s. Intelligence agencies were
early last month. schedules and the like, with view
said to be still maintaining their
Dean of Student Affairs LesterL. toward this information
making ., contact with Goleniewskl.The .
Hale, who must approve the ii.
FBI refused to commenton
proposal along with Dean Brady
known to UF students through a
said yesterday a decision had been medium such as the Alligator."I any aspect of the case.
The New York Journal Ameri-
made and would be
announced at know there difficulties
are can said Monday In a copyright
a VISA meeting Mar. 9. we'll have to operate around. He THE JOURNEYMEN
dispatch that the Red defector had

has large buses which In them- ...are coming to the UF campus for Spring Frolics Friday been a high ranking operator In
Peace Union selves are not very economical to
the Soviet KGB and had Informed
operate. I'm not so sure the stu- night at 8:30 in Florida Gym. Tickets can be purchasedat UJS. officials that Moscow had

Turned DownRecognition dents would support them as wellas the information booth across from the Hub from 9-5 placed active "cells" In the Cen-
the smaller
they might Grey-
tral Intelligence Agency and the
of the newly-formed pup buses," Kennedy said. weekdays.
State Department, In Washington -
Student Peace Union (SPU) has and overseas.

been refused by the committee on FOR DRIVING VIOLATIONS
fraternities, societies and clubs.
UF Gets Loan
The SPU presented their petitionfor

recognition to the committee Comm/ffeeCanSuspend

Thursday. Edward Richer, junior

faculty advisor, and James C. Aid '215 000

Dacey Jr. were present when the By JACKIE CORNELIUSStaff to the Faculty Disciplinary Com- that the student be suspended, and ,

petition was submitted.The mittee to Dean of stu- action will then be
Writer according appropriate The U. S. Dept. of Health, Edu-
SPU, a organization with 125 dent Affairs Lester L. Hale. taken without referring the case cation and Welfare's office of education -

chapters, claims to part of a national The UF Traffic and Parking to the Faculty Disciplinary Com- yesterday allocated an addi-

peace movement. The local Committee was given authority by "When a student Is In violationof mittee," Hale said. tional $225,000 In student loan

SPU has currently been campaignIng Pres. J. Wayne Reitz, to suspend a previous decision of the Traf- "Students are not being denieda funds to UF for the remainder of

against the UF programof students for excess driving vio- fic and Parking Committee, the hearing," Hale said. "They just the academic year.

compulsory ROTC. lations without referring the case committee may recommend to me won't have to go through two hear- Word of the allocation came

{i' 'f a.- ULI:: n !lli 1 JWBlth o12J / ings. They will have a hearing from Congressman D. R. "Billy"
}oBi'; W r __ ';& P. ,itj.V.; jBi 1111111;'" before the Traffic and Parking Mathews.The .

I Committee. If the student chooses, new funds resulted from

Johnson Appoints Reitz he can have a second hearing before revenue received from the National -

I the Faculty Disciplinary Defense Education Act (NDEA).

I' I Committee, but it is not nec- Loan funds available to UF stu-

: To White HouseGroup essary." dents from NDEA now total

I $475,000 for 1963.64.Universities .
A student "in violation of a previous must match the loan
UF President J. Wayne ance tot h e national to have the advice and assistance Traffic and Parking Committee funds on a 1-9 basis In order to

Reitz yesterday acceptedan interest. of distinguished decision" Is one who Is currently receive them.

appointment by Herter and I are anxious citizens in a wide varietyof driving without the privilegeto

President Lyndon B. John- fields. I believe your do so.Freshmen. It Was AnItsyBitsy.
son to serve on the newly participation in this Com- I.

established Public Advisory mittee would be a most I and sophomores who

Commiteee for helpful contribution to our don't have junior driving privilegesand .
Trade Negotiations.The country's work on the trade are caught with a car on campus -
special White House negotiations. r will be warned by the Traffic Bikinis joined the ranks of

Committee will advise and r -ii' "I would be very grateful I and Parking Committee and told respectiblllty late Saturdaynight

assist Christian A.Herter, .' if you could let Herter know ?.;' to take the car home. Failure to when a yellow one with

the President's special representative as soon as possible whether "J ; do so will result in suspensionIf black dots was hung modestly

f o r trade you will be able to Join : the student Is caught driving. across the nude figure of the
negotiations, In preparingfor : .. in this undertaking." : painting in the Jennings Hall
I "Students will be given a rea-
and carrying out nego- The Public Advisory recreation room.
sonable length of time to take the
tiations under the Trade Committee on Trade Negotiations The bikini, cleverly fitted to
home Assistant Dean of
cars ,
Expansion Act of 1962. I is expected to meet %!y Student Affairs Arnold E. Wirtala the nude figure, was suspendedfrom
In a wire calling for Dr.Reitz' in Washington every six j <; said the wall on each side of
service as a mem- week with the first meet- :; ,; yesterday. the picture by a thin wire. The
"Students from of state will
ber of the Committee, ing planned for mid-March. / prankster was careful not to
have to leave their at the
President Johnson said: 6 'larnage tho picture, and some
"The United States is It Is composed of 35 s Campus Police Station until they people felt the bikini ImprovedIt.

entering a critical periodof representatives of industrial can take them home. In-state .

International trade negotiations labor, educational, students will be given about a weekto Saturday afternoon the bikini
of financial, agricultural and take their cars home and will and the
the success .... was gone "lovelylady"
which Is of great Import- PRESIDENT REITZ consumer organizations. also have to leave them at the hung there In all her glory.

::JwF 't(.i.. J <;:"IZ ,-_ ,.. ;;tr&' police take station them home.until"they are readyto What next? A black negligee?

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I I.J News. For Students On rfe-co, I
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he political cuque" has con-
Wreckage Found blers, apparently changedits two sons, Fobert F. Wag- In the unknown party because in political trolled the office of comp-

TAHOE VALLEY, Calif. destination and ner 3rd, 20 and Duncan, was circles. Veteran Demo- troller since 1946 and plans

m (UPI) -- Wreckage of a attempted to get over the 17, were at her bedsideat crats said his election wasa have already been made to
,<>: Paradise Airlines Constellation mountains for a possible the end. claiming voters hand-pick the next successor
)(rM that carried, 85 landing- at a Nevada air- Qualifies mistook him for a popular to the office "beforethe
V'.! persons to their I deaths port. circuit judge of the present administration
during a snowstorm was Capt. Leroy Marx, pilot Tampa 'goes out of office." He
7' found yesterday near the of the helicopter which TALLAHASSEE, Fla. same name.Drew did not elaborate.Thurmond. '.1.1I

:; top of an8,700footSierra found the wreckage, said (UPI) -- Elliott Roosevelt, To Run
Nevada ridge. that if the plate: had been son of the late President

>., An Air Force helicopter 25 or 30 feet higher it Franklin D. Roosevelt, TALLAHASSEE Fla. I
I(/ found the wreckage early would have cleared the qualified yesterday as a Former stateSen.T. Set ,
UPI) --
and could candidate for Democratic (
(" yesterday morning and a ridge possibly ;
(% second helicopter landed have anded safely in National Committeeman Drew Branch said yes- i
that he will run this
,.; at the scene confirmed Nevada. from Florida. terday TALLAHASSEE
veteran Fla.
I,s', that all aboard were dead. Roosevelt listed his year to unseat !'
Mrs. WagnerNEW Comptroller Ray E. (UPI) -- A slate of dele-
home address Miami
The as
plane disappeared
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while approaching Tahoe YORK (UPI) -- Baach. Green.
1./ bornin South Carolina Sen. Strom
who was
the 54 the He Joins six other Democrats ,
I Gallery Airport on Mrs. Susan Wagner, in North Florida Thurmond for president
south shore of the lake as first lady of New York City, vying this year to Sumatra with the '
qualified Secre-
1 a sudden snowstorm closed died yesterday of lung can succeed Bob Johnson of said he now operatesa
construction business in tary of state yesterday for !
1)1 1 In the area. Jacksonville, Fla., whose
cer.Her Winter Park. a place on the Florida I I
The plane, loaded with husband, Mayor Robert election to the committee-
preferential ballot.
::: weekend skiers and gam- F. Wagner, and her man's post caused a furor He claims that i

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Ruby Lawyers HeldIn

See What's
Contempt At Trial;

The Browse ShopNEW

LINE ART BOOKS 69 $ $3.50
DALLAS (UPI) Jack Ruby'slawyers pulsive acts during blackouts. Staton, was the 134th questionedand
erupted twice In anger Tonahill said he would move for the last of the original list

yesterday, demanded a mistrial, a mistrial. Judge B. Brown saidno of 151-venlremen. Monet Delacroix Renoir Gauguin VlaminckThe
and followed with another request harm had been done. The prosecution used its per-

for change of venue. Judge Joe During a recess, attorneys emptory challenge on Mrs.Rohella
D. Brown overruled them. gathered in the chambers of Judge Allen, a Negro beautician. Fauves Surrealism

Brown and Tonahill, a mountain She was the sixth Negro among
The defense contended some of man, could be heard bellowing." the panelists questioned.The .
prospective jurors might have been "I think you're subversive and court brought in an addi-
influenced by circulation pamphlets un American that you're a no- tional 44 veniremen when the original TECHNICAL & REFERENCETHE

on epilepsy.The good citizen and a disgrace to panel of 151 ran out with
anger that brought a $2$ trail by Jury. You're just trash Staton, a paper salesman.
citation to defense and dirt." MODERNS
contempt lawyer .Gustave Deihl
Joe A. Tonahill for hurling a pen Present in the chambers was Need LeadersApplications

In a temper tantrum, erupted anew Maurice A. Melford of Chicago,
over pamphlets distributed In the director of the National Epilepsy for those Interestedin AUGUSTE RODIN

courthouse, designed to keep Ruby League there. being Orientation group leaders
from giving epileptics a bad name. Dropped momentarily were attempts next fall are available in room
The defense contends the slayer of to seat the last two jurorsin 128, Tigert Hall, from today until BOTTICELLI I IN FULL COLOR

Lee Harvey Oswald suffers from the trial now in its third week. March 24.
psychomotor epilepsy,causing 1m- Melford and a girl passed out "We need more group leaders
copies of "Horizon," describing than ever before,"said Fred Lane,

This Week's epilepsy, its symptoms and treat- student director, who Is organizing The BROWSE SHOP
ment. Belli demanded In court this year's operation.

that the unidentified girl be cited

Union EventsTHURSDAY for naed.contempt and Melford subpoe- gA oR, ,CIASsiFIE1 t Campus Shop & Bookstore

Tonahill and chief defense attorney gET WSulTS.

Melvin Belli used the 18th '.
and last of their "no cause" chal- -
International Folk Dancing at dismiss 1 ,.-. -1m
lenges to jurors they dis-
8 In the Social Room of
like. Dlst. Atty. Henry Wade used
the Florida Union. Everyone is and had six to A volume
Invited. one The first prospect go. George (1 new for the student of

FRIDAY MOVIE: "Sons & Lovers" at ;\ .3 romance languages

7 and 9 p.m. In the Florida Union ( y
Auditorium. Twenty GirlsIn Ij JIE! i:!" M !I'C'

FASHION SHOW -- sponsoredby : \ )
Gator \
the Hostess Committee at 2:30 GrasTwenty RROW--

p.m. in Johnson Lounge of the m ,
Florida Union. Everyone Is In- i ,.., r : y From the region made famous in
girls are appearing In
vited. this year's Gator Gras Sweetheart history and poetry ARROW

MOVIE: "Sons and Lovers"at contest during the judging next fI\ brings this distinctive shirting
7 & 9 p.m. in the Florida Union (1I' .
Sunday. 1 ...Khyber Cloth. Woven
Auditorium. One of these girls will be chosen m a
on native looms and
SUNDAY Sweetheart and her name will be ,.
Jh( M dyed with the incomparable
announced after the Gator Gras
MOVIE: "Sweet Bird of Youth"at :
7 p.m. only in Union Auditorium. 14. r madder hues, .it is tailored -
Entrees Include SandySchwartz, m
/ ,
NASSAU TRIPDEADLINE in our own impeccable -
Mary K. Hamm, Jackie Maynard, m
for accepting pass- Mimi Rich,Bunny Williams, Lynell ivy styling.
engers for our Nassau Trip Is Glass, Donna Larson, Sue Miller, i Here is a sport shirt

March 9. Total cost Is $64.00. Suzanne Hllliker, Susan Bartley, I':" for your,wardrobe

For further Information, please Maureen Ramsey, Gail Rice, Con- (1\ that because of its
call Ext. 2741 or come to Room
nie Sermans, Pam Reagan, Ana m
315, Florida Union. JFosada, Alice Hines, Suzie Bush, '' distinguished appearance -
ART EXHIBITS Lynda Woodbury, Pam Parkhurst, ii! I ; might end

Contemporary Prints from Den- and Carol Curchen. rJ! \ up being your
mark in Bryan Lounge Interna- The girls will be judged on a ID Y favorite of them all.
tional Exchange Exhibit.A basis of poise, personality and
Garden Flowers Inthe North appearance at 7 p.m.in the Florida
Wing Gallery. The American Fed Union. They will appear in cocktail $7.95

eration of Arts. sheaths. .. .


TuesdayMarch 3,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3

Vegas Gambler Won

Talk About Baker CaseWASHINGTON

(UPI) Las Vegas gambler Edward Even as the i ray-hat red, soft-spoken Levinson
Levinson refused repeatedly Monday to tell senators waited to testify, an Internal Revenue Service agent
landed him summons directing him to produce I
about his business dealings with Robert G. Bobby li a
Yr Baker, and lashed out at federal agents for alleged i ecords of his dealings with Baker in 1958-62.
harassment:! And wiretapping.WASHINGTON Levinson's lawyer, Edward L. Carey of Washington
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challenged the agents right to

Plane Crash Hearing Set enter room to a serve congressional a witness committee a sum-

mons. "1 merely present this as
evidence of harrassment," Carey
WASHINGTON (UPI) -- The Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) said. Sen. Howard W. Cannon,
said yesterday it plans to hold public hearings soon on the D-Nev., said he deplored Uteagent's
crash of an air taxi plane at Gainesville, Feb. 3, killing the action.

i pilot and all nine passengers.The Levinson himself charged that
CAB's Bureau of Safety Is aiming at March 24 as the federal agents, working with the

f date of the hearings.The Central Telephone Co. of Nevada,
accident Involved a South Central Airlines twinengineBeecheraft had tapped his personal phoneIn
which crashed shortly after taking off from the the Fremont Hotel In Las Vegas,

Gainesville Municipal Airport bound for Jacksonville. The which he owns, In 1963. All conversations -
plane apparently stalled for reasons as yet undetermined.Integration over the phone and in

his hotel office were monitoredby
an electronic device In the

he said.
Upheldand telephone
---...., -- Levinson complained that this
READY TO TRY THEIR WINGS was an unconstitutional invasion

the Air (UPI) The In 1962, 11 Negro doctors, his pravacy and a violation of
members of Angel Flight
.are new campus dentists and patients in Greensboro
Supreme Court Monday let standa federal and state laws.
unofficial female auxiliary. They are, filed suit againsttwo
Force ROTC's decision barring racial segrega- N.C., a The Justice Department declined
left to right, bottom, Terry Kenworthy and Linda Wein- tion in hospitals built with help hospitals Wesley Long Community comment.The .
and Moses II. Cone.
Barbara Carter of federal funds. legal fireworks erupted at
berg; second row, Barbara Lichtenwatter, asked for an antlsegre-
The farreachlng action could put They another session of the Senate Rules
Sue Miller, and Mary Ann Neff; third row, Jean an end to segregation In hospitals ration order along with a reJection Committee Inquiry into possible

Burkholder, Lynn Mauldin and Pat Gibson; top, Ann across the South. of "separate that but equal"written facilities conflict of interest In Baker's
The decision revolves around the provision outside business Interests as former -
Breslauer, Laucanne Wells, Carol Lederhaus, and 1946 Hill-Burton Act which sup- into the Hill-Burton Act. Senate Democratic secretary.

Nancy Calhoun. _____ ports state hospital construction A federal district court judge Baker resigned under fire last
programs with federal funds. dismissed the case, but was over October after he had parlayed a
No Daytime Accidents ruled by the 4th Circuit Court. reported $2 million paper fortune
The circuit court ruled that the $19,600-a-
while serving as
the hospitals would have to admit to the Senate
year, right-hand-man
I N w Auto Rules Hailed Negro and provide doctors unsegregated to staff petitions facilitiesfor Democratic leadership.

Negro patients.The Senate Okays
New parking and traffic rulesin curred on campus last year. staff, Wirtala said. circuit court found that
effect since Jan. 6 have been The new rules have worked with Rules now In effect are basicallya under the Hill-Burton program,,
.very effective," according to little criticism because they have continuation of plans made Shuler.ten both state and federal governments Corps Money
Arnold E. Wirtala, secretary of restricted only those from the years ago, according to were Involved sufficiently to bring
the Parking and Traffic Committee area who couldn't park there any- Current changes in the rules now the hospitals within the frameworkof WASHINGTON[ (UPI)--ThoSen-
and A.I. Shuler, chief of Campus how, Shuler stated. that the University student enroll- the constitution's guarantees ate passed by voice vote yester-
ment Is about 15,000 have been discrimination. day a'U5 million bill to extend
Police. against
Shuler and Wirtala said they incorporated Into the original the life of the Peace Corps and

According to Shuler, there have saw""no reason" to change the plans, he said. allow it to expand to at least
been no daytime accidents and present rules In the "Immediate Future plans won't be deter- Fashion Show 14,000 volunteers by the fall of
violationsIn future." Rules would be changed mined until new buildings and more
fewer the traffic restricted and parking area createdby when the University outgrow the students change the traffic and Florida coeds will model 1965.The measure now goes to the

rules.A present ones, they stated. parking patterns.The clothes for the working' girl House for scheduled action today.
new rules Instigated to Campus Police have two In New York this summer although
"couple" of accidents have The new are There was no opposition, -
"at night after restric- cut down on traffic through the motorcycle patrolmen and two or In a Florida Union fashion Sen. Allen J. Ellender,
occured lifted he said. Shuler center of campus, Increase safety three foot patrolmen who police show Saturday at 2:30 p.m. D-La., voiced a few doubts. But
tions are
out that 196 accidents oc- and facilitate parking for faculty the area, Shuler said. In the Johnson Lounge. Ellender said his concern was
.I I There Is no
that too many of the Peace Corps
the event. Refreshments
workers may be working urban
will be served.
areas of under-developed countries -
All clothes will be donated rather than with people in the
by the Gainesville
remote areas.
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I} Page 4 The Florida Alligator TuesdayMarch 3, 1964 Soviet Tastes Putting Strain I

I ce I. i.1h C] :JIt i. 1, I. :EI

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is having increasing government which, since the end
: leadership
I Sympathetic But Hesitating By PHIL NEWSOMUPI difficulty placating a population demanding of the Stalin era has sought popu-

Foreign News Analyst more and more of the lar support, and produces series

of contradictions hard
t The awarding of the UF Traffic and Parking Committee with the Along with its other troubles, better things in strain on the to a people after more than explain

I : power of suspension over student violators is, at first glance, a disturbing It is apparent that the Soviet Union It puts a special years of Communist promisesThe' 45

: occurence. I strain and the contradictions
This suspension (which is officially referred to as "cancellation I /1 both
.are physical and
i of registration") is Invoked, however, only following astudent violation Nikita Khrushchev's ideological.

| of a warning given by the committee for the first violation. Thus, anyc :: mises that Soviet 1957 pro-

c t student affected Is armed with the knowledge he is treading on thinI production
of meat and butter
i ice, long before the committee is authorized to act. % per capita
I would surpass that of the
This in Itself, would be insufficient Justification.
States by 1960 long
4 The cancellation of a student's registration for a trimester is a since went
by the boards and the
serious step that should be taken only as a last resort, and only bya consumer
committee with stability, maturity and the student's complete record price on both commodities went

upon which to Judge. The power to do so should be Jealously guarded and up to cut down on demand.

its extension to a committee containing student representation shouldbe c.. Op While refraining from a returnto

examined carefully in the light of both present and possible cir- the rigid controls of the Stalin

cumstances. And the thought of one student being able to cast the v era, the government has seen fit

deciding vote on another student's suspension or retention because of to warn Soviet artists too eagerto

traffic violations is, in the least, unsettling. L experiment with Ideas from

1 The reasons given fir the extension include tightening up the enforcement the West that their works must

v: of driving regulations, as well as lifting some of tie burden reflect the Ideals of Socialism.

; from the Faculty Disciplinary Committee. In the just-concluded UJS.-So

t I While we are sympathetic with the tremendous load, and the accompanying viet cultural agreement, the
Soviets banned visits by
t responsibility shouldered by the Faculty Disciplinary Committee U.S. Jazz

f we would hesitate to suggest that the shifting of part of this bands.
responsibility to the Traffic and Parking Committee is the proper Spike heels and eye shadow have

channel for relief; and the need to tighten up enforcement of driving been okayed for Soviet women

regulations is rather general, to be used as an excuse for putting .. but the government newspaper
such a club In the hands of the enforcement committee. Izvestia warned them against look

When observed in the light of the real "power" changing hands ing to Paris for their styles.

the whole situation is far less disturbing. "Oh that..That's just the latest safety device "Let your beauty, your clothes

While the Traffic and Parking Committee receives the power to and your manners be worthy of

cancel a student's registration, the student still retains the perogativeof the grandeur of our society,"

having his case heard by the Faculty Disciplinary Committee. Izvestia exhorted.

Knowing that it's recommendations are subject to review, and possible Other articles in Soviet news-

reversal, the Traffic and parking Committee will recommend suspensiononly Federman Invites Measurementone papers attempt to convince the

under conditions which will Insure the backing of the Disciplinary people that things are better than

Commlttee..a situation not too different from the past where the they think.

r Faculty Committee has needed only to act as a rubber stamp for the EDITOR: to come on out and be a In January, the Moscow

Traffic Committee's recommendation.The reviewer for all slighted theatres. Economic Gazette published find-

crux of the problem lies in communication.If Yes readers, rule If you must, ings of a survey which It said
In reply to the Editor's Note,
the student concerned Is not aware that his case is subject to .. but get the facts straight. I Invite covered 100 families for an 11-
it's true Time does eight inch
review, he has been robbed of part of his freedom--just as the belief reviews. They also (QUITE OFTEN my editors and you readersto year period ending in 1961.

that one is a prisoner is often enough to destroy one's liberty. Here ) do twenty and thirty inch measure the length of all my Family Income, it said, had

the responsibility lies on the two committees concerned, as well as reviews. reviews this year and see how jumped from $178 to $232 month.

any part of the UF administration with which a student may deal. many, say for "The Trial" and Taking the families i from

Part of the standard procedure of any action taken by a university "Tom Jones" went over inches workers, households in the indus-
And just to be honest to your
committee or administrator should be Informing the student concernedof and how many went under. You trial cities of Gorky, Ivanovo and
public dear editors might
all possible alternatives at his command--combined with all assis- will be in for a surprise.If Moscow, the article said that in
mention I have only made one
tance necessary for the Initiation of action on any of these options.It my editors feel like replyingthat 1951 none had washing machines,
request for twenty Inches (in fact,
has been said of our Secretary of Defense that, of all else, Mc- Federman has to cut mostof television sets or refrigerators.But .
it was twenty-two). All other
Namara will have his option. And, thus, thedlfference between slaveryand reviews I try to keep within 12- his reviews because they were by 1961, 42 had television

freedom may well be the knowledge of, and the ability to reach 15 Inches, unless the movie be too long, then my answer is note sets, 10 had refrigerators and five

for, an alternate choice. the quality of a short review. If had washing machines.
bad, where I try to confine myself -
The administration, by eliminating the automacy of an alternative, to ten inches or less. you think It can be better, then Housing space had increasedbutstill

is accepting the responsibility of making the student aware of its remember not to praise my editors was limited to one large room

presence. And if through complacency, bureaucracy or red tape, it for cutting down on my col- or two small rooms for a familyof
If readers would like to
; falls to fulfill this responsibility, the administration then has over- you see umn space.In four, exclusive of communalbath
shorter concise reviews
reached the bounds of its authority. more parting, I would like you read- and kitchen.To .
Thus major of could slip silently in the back (whatever that means),then you too also to
a usurpation power ers know that I do not combat increasing grumblingover
door under cover of the clamor at the front--using a method of operationso can have a Gainesville Sun Movie- have a grudge because I respect higher living costs,the survey
which lists what is
I familiar to our Communist friends In Russia. scope comingand these men for other things they laid heavy stress on the state's
who Is starring. This, how-
have done with the paper. It's contribution to low-rent housing
ever Is little more than an ad
W. C. N. Just that I think I am being a bit and to government health servicesand
and not a review.
i too shackled and that I feel some- education.

I might also mention that the thing better than the present arrangement Faced with obvious failures,both

LETTER : Daily Texan has three movie reviewers is possible. I don't in industry and agriculture, with

and one drama critic. like to speak out against my edi mounting discontent among

Since this paper has always welcomed tors. Now you may Judge, if the Soviets peoples and with a

:, Logic Seems Special, Worthy Of Note new blood, I welcome anytismayed' judge you must! widening split In international

\ communism, the government is
Don Federman taking strenuous measuresand
EDITOR: The answer, of course, is
Crittc-at-Large contemplating others.
obvious: the language used to '

I' Transfer students are excluded defend the ROTC establishment is

from compulsory ROTC courses, beside the point of the program The Florida AlligatorServed

and the logic used to do so strikesme Itself. Military Science is not

as somewhat special and worthyof there to teach anyone anythingthat EDITOR:
by United Press International

note. has to do with academic edu- Editor ..................................................................Walker Lundy
tot h
ROTC's According basic e university, cational ends, and the administration Along with Mr. Willing and Mr. Managing Editor .................................."..................Bill Fuller
courses (taken dur- knows it. Rosmarin this writer dismayed
the freshman and Assistant Managing Editor ..........'.'''............;............John Askins
ing sophomore ROTC is there to offi-
produce Hollinshead's
by action Editorial Editor .................................................Wayne Norfleet
duation.years) are a prerequisite administration for gra- cers who can manage the fine art in revealing information con Sports Editor .........................................................Glenn Laney

thinks Evidently this of industrialized warfare. ROTC cerning the personal affairs of Wire Editor .................... ...........................Bob Thomas
Is '
Important of training male an this thinks it needs four years to do Mr. Capitano. However, I find Feature Editor ..................V."V.V.V"........... ...........cynthia Tunstall
part every and so it is wholly Indifferentto Dean Hollinshead's apology in regard
I student's education would students Campus Living Editor ..............................l.........Judy Lynn Prince
01 they who are to be here for to this action even more dis- Editorial Zlmmet
Assistants ....
Ernie Nancy
Gail Sobering,
not make it a prerequisite for abachelor's two or three years. Obediently, turbing. In his letter of March ,
Betty Wendt
Betsy Garrison Steve Sue Dobbie, Charner
degree. the administration assists the
2, Dean Hollinshead gave his rea- Powell and Rual Chandler.

r But If ROTC's basic courses military In their totally non-edu son for this action, i.e.L:it sup Reporters ..... jim Castello Gaston, Douglas i
Phil Hevener Joel
are all that important, why is it cational, probably anti-academic ported him in public debate with Molitor Carter,
I Mathison Ann
Sally Stock Carol Nobis,
that who his ,
someone completes objectives Mr. Capitano.The Joe
Kollin, Pam Pulley, Agnes Fowles Bob DeLoach, Fran Snider,
first two years at some Junior So ROTC is not, after all, com- issue is not whether the Judy Teich ,
college can attend the UF for his pulsory. To arrive here as merelya administration does or does not Becky Quinn, Evan Engle, George Mims, Phil Geyer, Don Federman Pits,
Larry Patti
last two years, qualify for the student in search of an educatedway pay sufficient attention to Individ- Gary Williams Zimmerman, Jackie Cornelius,
Don Davis Haugsted, Joyce
same degree as a non-transfer stu- to confront the world's puzzles ual students,but whether the public Kilmer Terry Rogers, Sue ,

dent, but do so without taking also allows you to do without disclosure of Mr. Capitano's record Joy Cherry, George Elmore, David Sumner, Jay Haviser, Joe MillsapS Zeigler,
ROTC? ROTC's basic courses In orderto is justified. This is serious and Millie Gorman. Nancy Brachey, Tom

If the university administrationis get a degree. I'm not surprisedat ethical question, and Dean Hollins

truly serious about the educa- this, but It does tell us how head's "risk of prolonging what THE FLORIDA of

tional value of ROTC, then what wholly Irrelevant the ROTC pro- may become a futile discussion"is the University of ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaper except
accounts for the exclusion of this is to Florida and Is published five times weekly
gram really a good education. well taken. during the t is
transfer student from all that published months of May, June, and July, when a weekly issue
THE FLORIDA second class
"wonderful! citizenship training?" Timothy A. Thompson, 3AS Frank Schmit, 7AS matter at the ALLIGATOR Is entered as
States Post Office at Gainesville, Fla.

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forthcoming year are: chief of the division of
Pi Sigma EpsilonPi ScholarshipA UF SeminarNew '
John R. Wynn, LawrenceE. neurology at Yale University -
Sigma Epsilon will Broder, Howard M. Medical School.Forum. ,(
hold Its initiation banquetfor Sheridan, Edward F.Steln- $500 scholarship grant developments In the
the winter trimester metz, John M.Hinman,Da- has been given to the UF treatment of diseases of the t
Sunday at 7:30 p.m., at vid A. Hoffmeister, RobertW. by the Research and Educa- nervous system will be
the Primerose Inn. Taylor, Vincent C. tion Foundation of the presented to Florida physicians The Gainesville Leagueof
Dr. Frank Goodwin will Brown, David h.Engelman, Florida Hospital Associa- at a seminar Thurs- Women Voters and the

speak. Wesley E. Green, Neil B. tion. aiy through Saturday at the Junior Chamber of Com-
The banquet will also be Rosenbeln, Donald F. merce will co-sponsor a
Announcement of the gift UF College of Medicine.
attended by several mem- Steven Hazen Candidates Forum on
Wagner, J. was made by Sherwood D.
bers of the Jacksonville Allan G. Kavallch, DanielH. Smith, foundation presi- Thursday at 8:15 p.m. in
Sales and Marketing Exe- Mathers and Stephen I. dent, following the Visiting faculty mem- the Gainesville High School
cutives. Levine. February meeting of thegroup's bers are Dr. Robert A. Auditorium.
Fishman, associate pro- All candidates for the upcoming
New Members board of directors.The .
New officers Installedwere scholarship will be fessor of neurology at the City Commission
election will participate.The .
New members of the Jim Curry,president; awarded to a member of New York Neurological Institute -
Is cordially Invited -
Florida Alpha Chapter of Leonard Smith, vice- the UF's first graduate Columbia Presby-
Alpha Epsilon Delta, the president; Jim Maddix,recording class in hospital adminis- terian Medical Center, and to attend. The forum
International premedical secretary and Joe tration, which begins in Dr. Gilbert H.Glaser,pro will be broadcast live over
honor fraternity, for the Palatinus, treasurer. September. fessor of medicine, and radio station WGGG. j

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I Cabinet Has 1st MeetingBy OFFICE 604 Kiser's N. EQUIPMENT Main i StreetMonthofMarch- I

AGNES FOWLES Smith, has spoken with Kennedy Loudermilk. The purpose of the option of buying; it for the entire i
Staff Writer about possible development of land commission is to bring the students year or by the trimester. A FILE CABINET
at Wauburg. A long range project together through athletics and council on higher education has
The newly appointed Student Go- will be initiated in the near future, other activities. Ideas to bolster been founded with Jay Young as SALE
vernment Cabinet met for the first
Kennedy said. school spirit are: flying the UF chairman.
time yesterday to organize and Each Cabinet Secretary is required flag, bring back wearing of rat Gainesville Country, Club offers 4-drw letter size-49.5
discuss Its progress. Student Body to turn in a progress report caps, orienting freshmen throughpep spelcal savings for students who 4 drw legal size-69.50
President Ken Kennedy and on the Friday before each rallies. play golf often, said Secretaryof
Administrative Ass 1st ant Steve meeting. According to Kennedy, Secretary of Labor Bob DeLoach Student Activities Drew Haslett.
Freedman presided. this will aid in the preparationand announced that he and his assistants Negotiations Gainesville mer- 3'x6' Work Tables,

Kennedy termed negotiations discussion of SG projects.On were presently engaged in chants concerning; "Student Sales Desks wood & metal i ii i
concerning shuttle bus service the agenda was abrief report a complete revamp of the labor Days" will resume shortly, he Chairs all
from campus to downtown "at a from each of the attending cabinet office. Under study are the stu- said.Nothing types
deadlock." He expressed adesire"to secretaries. dent body placement bureau,baby- has been done about the

capitalize on the potentialityof Plans for Morale Commission, sitting, and talent roundup.Next Gator Party platform proposal fora Typewriters & addingmachines
outlined by secre- fall,when student Insurancegoes "Know Your Government Cam-
Camp Wauburg. A top authorityon a new post,were
outdoor recreation, Dr. Julian taries Casey Llnwlck and Jennie on sale students will have the paign" in The Alligator. AccordIng -
' to Haslett, the party does not ALL ON SALEFR
want to start the series until It
knows "exactly where to begin." 2-9607
l'I I
MacArthur Ailing Freedman stressed that"not any
Here's The Cabinet spot is an island." lie First 12 customers buyinga

emphasized the need for the secre- typewriter March 2 at

reserved for presidents and other taries to work together and to
WASHINGTON(UPI) -- Generalof 8:30.We have goingfor
the Army Douglas MacArthur high ranking dignitaries.The Cabinet: confer with Kennedy and himself. 19.50 EACH
entered Walter Reed Army Medi- brief announcement by First

cal Center yesterday for a checkup Army Headquarters in New York Cabinet appointments are: PreCounsellngPrecounsellng We have 140 boxes of
on abdominal complaints. said the general would undergo
Secretary of Academic Affairs, typing carbon regularly -
"observation and evaluation of
Under arrangements made per- John Hancock; Secretary of Alumni ; appoint-
sonally by President Johnson, the abdominal complaints. It did not for 4.50 up,
Affairs, Mike McCarthy;Secretary ments are now available to
famed 84-year-old military chief elaborate on the ailment or indi- of Athletics, Cal RelchelleSecretary University College students while they last $1.00Kiser's
flew to Washington from New Yorkin cate how long MacArthur would
of Finance, Mike Rollings- at the desk outside
an Air Force plane. Ac- stay in the hospital. of Housing Chuck
worth; Secretary room 204, Tigert Hall.
companied by his wife, Jean, and Later, the White House reported Fleming; Secretary of Interior,
his longtime military aid, Maj. that Johnson had telephoned Martin Schwartz; Secretary of International i.
Gen. Courtney Whitney, Mac- MacArthur upon learning that the Affairs,Carlos Piedra;
Arthur then drove to Walter Reed. military leader had been feeling Secretary of Labor, Bob DeLoach;

ill.Press Secretary i "Pierre Salin- Secretary of Legislative Affairs,

He was assigned to the hospi- ger said that after talking with Martin Edwards; Secretary of
tal's special suite which; is usually MacArthur, the President arranged Married Students Affairs, Bill CASH i

with Maj. Gen. Leonard Slippy; Morale Commission,Casey
Heaton, commandant at Walter Llnwlck and Jennie Loudermilk;
NSF Grants Reed, for the general's admission.In Secretary of Organizations, Micky
Miles Secretary of Public Relations -
his last public appearancea -- ;
birthday dinner on Jan. 26--the Lee Willis, Secretary of
$50,000 To UF long-time military figure appeared Student Activities, Drew Haslett; MARION FINANCE

in robust health. On that and Secretary of Women's Affairs,

i Two research grants totaling occasion, he was honored by a Meg Sowell.So FR 6-5333 Loans up to $600 222 W. Univ. Ave..
West Point Military -
more than have been delegation
$50,000 .
I far legislative approval has
Academy where he had servedas ,
awarded University of Florida researchers -
I been given-on the appointments of
the National Science superintendent.
Foundation.Dr. .by Since 1951 when he was sum- DeLoach, Edwards, Miles, and .
marily recalled by then Presi- Haslett. GASOLINE DISCOUNT3c

J.R. Edwardson, agron- dent Harry S. Truman as com-
omist, with the Agricultural mander of U. S. and Allied forcesin
Experiment Stations aid the Col- Korea, MacArthur has livedIn I GALLON -
lege of Agriculture, and Dr. M.K., semi-retirement in a New York one full pound 1
Corbett, virologist with the hotel. He has spent much of his KC SIRLOIN

Agricultural Experiment Stations, time writing his military memoirs STEAK
received $30,200 for the study of scheduled for fall publication. I I WHY PAY MORE ?
cytoplasmic factors in higher I $1.95 *

Plants. Union RoomsCampus HALF POUND

A second grant of $21,400 will I. CAMPUSCITIES
be used for classification studiesof orf-nizations I
sound producing Orthoptera of may pick up applications i Georgia Country
the eastern United States. Orthop- for room space in the j SERVICE
tera is the order of Insects which Florida Union for the HAM STEAKGrits
includes grasshoppers,locusts and spring trimester atthe I Red Eye Gravy
crickets.Dr. union desk.Deadline. 'GOOD EATING PODNER' at the We Honor ALL Credit Cards

Thomas J. Walker,entomologist for returningthe TOWER HOUSE
with the Colleges of Agri- completed applications 204 N.W. 13th Street "We Serve the Campus"IlJ.
culture and Biological Science will ,is March 20.
direct the studies.



6 The Florida Alligator Tuesday,March 3,1964 .



I For SaleAIRCONDITIONED I swing steering Baby walker$1.50.wheel Carrybed$4.50- $2.50-- $3.00,Car, seat doorway, Nur-with I ServicesTYPING I I Autos I I L Real Estate I

chair seat
sery $2.00, nursery INVEST YOUR SAVINGS IN REAL
50' x 10' Mo- $1.50. G. E. dry iron $4.00. Call -. Term papers, thesis, MUST SELL: '57 Mercury, 4 dr. ESTATE -- By leaving your moneyin

bile home--set up with 20' x 10' 68547. (A-107-1t-c\ dissertations, manuscripts, H. T. Radio, heater, 5 good tires. savings banks you can expect

awning and 50' TV antenna on shadylot novels, IBM typewriter. Reason- Must see to appreciate. Best offer 3 to 4% Interest from savings
in Hickory Hill--Ready for excellent Phone 6-7449. (G-108-5t-c).
able rates. 2-0328. 815 S.W.
accounts. From R. E. you can
Florida living. $3,250. For Rent 10th St. (Mrs.) Helen D. Balyeat realize from 10 to 25%return from
Call FR 6-6548 after 5:30. (A-
(M-83-tf-c). income property and 50%and more
2 door. Origi- from buying and reselling acre-
FOR RENT -- One bedroom apt. 1959 LINCOLN --
BOLEX 16 mm roll-load turret' 202 N. W. 15th St. $50. per month CHILD CARE $8.00 week ($1.60 nal cost $7,000. Must sell at once age. Call Wayne Mason, c/o

movie camera. Normal and wide- FR 2-3794. (B-106-tf-c). day). Babysitting .40 hour (any- Reduced to $1,100 with new tag Arnold Realty Co., 372-3522 for
time). Ironing $2.50 basket. Call
angle lenses. $100. Room 11, free. Call FR 2-3251 after 6:00 more information. (1-102-
2-7601 120 N.W. 9th St. M-
Florida Union (A-lt-tf-c). Married couples only. 2 blocks p.m. (G-89-tf-c). MWF-c).
from campus. Furnished apt. and
ATTENTION ralleyists. 3 Heuer bedroom $90 month. Take lease
Appliances repaired small and
stop watches on chromed mounting until August 1964. Can 6-4826
large. Charlie's Fix-It Shop. In
plate. Perfect Condition. R. alter 5 p.m. 1716 N. W. 3rd' Ave. rear of Gator Groomer Laundry. Z he ''L11.S IS.c
Cowles 372-7748 nights. (A-86- Apt. 8. (B-105-3t-p). .
U-c). ... 1618 N.W. 1st Ave. Joining University ... 4e
post office. 2-6904 or
Fussy landlady with brand new
NEW HOMES IN PINE FOREST.A stove, refrigerator and washing 2-7233. (M-106-tf-c). ----"-

few ready for Immediate occu- machine would like to share her

pancy. Gainesville's fastest grow- spic-span home with MESSY stu- ALTERATIONS, HEMS REDONE, Sarah Traverse, soprano, and Crequillon. Of special Interest

ing new home community. VA, dent. Also new alr-conditloned ZIPPERS REPLACED, TORN Clementine White, harpist, two from the contemporary era are

FHA financing. Hugh Edwards, apt. Few blocks/campus. 6-0410. SEAMS FIXED. What have you to faculty artists on the staff, or Charles Ives' setting of Psalm 67,

Inc., N. E. 16th Ave. and 15th St. (B-105-tf-c). be sewn? Mrs. Klein 372-7967. shall we say, distaff, of the Uni- Schoenberg's "De Profundls," anda

2-1551. (A-70-tf-c). _...:-- -. (M-71-t-c). versity of Florida Department of major work of Stravinsky, "The
Music will concert In Symphony of Psalms." Lighter
ROOMS FOR MEN -- One blockto present a

E.I.C.O. HFT 90 FM Tuner NEW-- campus. Central heat, air con- GARNER DRAFTING SERVICE. University Auditorium, at 8:15.: numbers beautifully balance the

plus walnut enclosure. Only 1 hr. ditioning, utilities furnished, $35 Leroy lettering, charts, graphical Admission Is free and everyonemay program including Gregg Smith'sown
playing time. Call 2-8654 after per month. Double occupancy. delineation, and preparation of attend. "Fable of Chicken Little,"

6 p.m. (A-103-tf-c). Arnold Realty Co. 1219 W. Uni- data thesis for and Ozalid dissertations.reproduction for ?: .:... "Ravel's Nicolette," and"Green-
372- 'I'> b "
versity Ave. (B-92-tf-c). sleeves.
8008. (M-107-10t-c).
Over 1400 ft. plus carport and fib

porch. 3 bedrooms and study. CLEAN, WARM, private room for Concerning this remarkable

1-1/2 bath, attic fan,bu1lt-indraw- men. 3 blocks from campus. $30 group, a "Time" magazine reviewer -
ers, vanity and storage galore! 80x per month. 1614 N. W. 3rd Place, Wanted reported the following.The .

140. Convenient to Metcalfe, 2-2946 day or 2-7366 nights. (B- .

Bishop, and parochial schools.$80 104-5t-c). WANTED 1950-54 FORDS and singers looked like refugees

month. VA 4-3/4%. Call 6-2775. CHEVROLETS. Al Herndon's from a college prom.-the girls in
(A-108-5t-c). Large, comfortable front corner- 4 ,
Service Station. Located 916 S.E. powder blue tunics and the men
room. Located downtown. Arranged -
In white dinner Jackets. With
4th Street.(C-83-tf-c)
House trailer 10 x 58,1962 nicely for 2 male students. Kitchen WHITE
,, TRAVERSE their chubby-faced leader, they
refurnished, bookshelves, roses, and other privileges. 6-4592. WANTED -- Lady to care for 2 seemed in direct line of descent

3620 S. W. Archer Village, Lot (B104fc). children and do light housework. Miss White's selections on the from Fred Waring and his Penn-

B-1S see 7:00.A-108-4t-c). Sun. thru Thurs. 12-7 p.m. Pro- harp, an instrument which both sylvanians. Bud the music the

vide own transportation. Call looks and sounds beautiful, will Gregg Smith Singers performedlast
MODERN FURNISHED house 372-4875. (C-108-tf-p). Include Beethoven's Variations on week at the avant-grade Con-
.. trailer near university at Gleyn-
.-.- --' --. ., a Swiss Air and three composi- temporary Music Festival at
S if a '1.1 ---- wood Trailer Park $60 per month. Female roommate wanted share tions by the late Carlos Salzedo, Darmstadt, Germany, was as tortuously -

S= 'f! ;;:; i -====. Call 6-8063. (B-103-5t-c). apt. located 1/2 block from cam- "Mirage," "Introspection," and difficult as any being writ-

i3. :: fJ! e- pus. $45 per month, including "La Desirade." ten. After listening to the visitors

3 furnished rooms apt. Available rent, utilities, sewing machine, Miss Traverse, with Willard soar with uncanny ease throughthe
LAST DAY April 1st. $65 Call after six 376- T. V. and phone. 3720736. ,Brask at the piano, will offer continuing complexitiesof

1 13579 pm 0902. (B-108-3t-c). (C-108-3t-c). Bach's lovely song, "Bist du bel Schonberg, Krenek and Ives,

Mir," the Handel aria "Oh, HadI Darmstadt Director Wolfgang

"ENTIRELY. WONDERFUL_........... Mo...._! I Lost & Found I Jubal's Lyre," and four"songs Steinecke paid a rare tribute: the
I Car Rental I by Brahms: "Standchen; "In group was, he said, "B e s t e s

Waldeseinsamkeit; "D e r Gang Amerika" -- the best of America.
Liebchen "Sehnsucht."
zum ;
1 t LOST: 1 1962 class ring with the
ECONO-CAR--Drive abargain.As What astonished the audiencewas
name Seminole High -- Initials: Following the intermission,
WDVH's Bill Marr the singers' ability to
says, "For nego-
MCC lost between Tlgert Hall Miss Traverse will present a
those who like to go first class tiate Schonberg's dissonances and
and "Gator Pond"contact Mike French group Including songs by
and still FR steep intervals with a familiarity
dTllOpCTy.YINAice._M rill 1 V..If Champion. FR 2-9307. (L-108- save money. 6-3544. Debussy and Poulenc. The English -
tom.u.a k.M M Ib_A Veil Mf nil....NYI....11I (N-97-lt-c). that made the composer seem almost -
4t-c). and American will Include
11III11III11)II.."IJIII IIIIUII.I.-.A HIMM IMWedThursFriSat .. l--| Personal | Norman Dello Joio's "HowDo GEMUTLICHKEIT-laden as accessible German as the

HEELS put tn in S minutes Need three male I Love Thee?;" Ralph VaughnWilliams'
FOR RENT -- romantics. Sinewy and biting,
SOLES put on in IS minutes roommates to share large apart- "Orpheus with his the music called for an unerring i
Lute and the aria"Steal
; poignant
: ment with T.V., HI-FI, Large Me" from Menotti's "The Old sense of rhythm und pitch, and the
$100 Gregg Smith Singers responded on
MODERN Kitchen, study room. per Maid and The Thief."
person covers summer trimester.To cue like a well-oiled machine.
from national
Conductor Smith had
see, call Jeff at 22880. (B- arranged his
108-tf-p). Smith SingersThe twelve male and 13 female singers

wig cannily, spreading them across the
phe'menally excellent entire width of the stage in an arc

r Gregg Smuti Singers, heard herein that gave breadth and transparency

OAJ IJN fNeXtt 1962, will appear in University to the group sound. It was, saida

Auditorium Saturday,at 8:15, again delighted local critic, "perhapsthe
,r.JtI! Suspense Hits! sponsored by the University of first thoroughly enjoyable eve
11IE IDNGfSF DAr FIRST RUN! .e Florida Lyceum Council. The ning of dodecaphonic music in the
history of that difficult medium."
"CIEOO\TRA" group's previous appearance here
Open 6 Show at 7
; d' _, ; pm was something of a revelation.It .
t nCOLOR at 7 & 11:19 lived up completely to the rave Looking AheadThe

t. DUIUrDNCI8BIl m(1JIIS"Bl11E IlIJS& notices from tough critics of both
Europe and America.Excellent Pittsburgh Symphony,underits
wmiimmmMUD \ I GREGORY/TONY fine conductor, William Stein

berg, will appear In University
g IN HI NMH! ProgramSaturday's Auditorium next Tuesday at 8:15,

DB 2nd hit at 9:00: under the sponsorship of Lyceum
'CAPTAIN NEWMAN program Is one to set Council. Tickets for the Pitts-

Joan Crawford I the lover of fine choral music burgh Smyphony and the Gregg;
: IiBOPDDt Bette Davis Pi-uS rejoicing. It Includes sacred and Smith Singers are available at

t WHATEVER HAPPENEDTO r secular works from the RenaIs- the Information Booth across the
1ST PRIZE VMS CLAY sance, romantic and contemporary street from the ", Hub" dally 1

"IBt FIJI"ti c.- BABY JANE? f periods, not to mention some to 5. UF students obtain ticketson

..:t' IITDIATIIAt fI'.11 ftmYAL starts CHILDRENofthe [jfiir FILII'S! charming folk songs. Early composers their I. D. cards; adults $2.00;

;.' at 13:556:509:30 Friday DAMNED represented are Victoria, high school students and children

.. : Monteverdi, William Byrd, and $1.00.Page .

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TuesdayMarch 3, 1964 The Florida Alligator Page 7Communications

Dublin Debaters ,


Down UF TeamIn

Features 32
a battle of wit and humor, can student, whose education is Specialists
I Michael G. Daly and John C.Roch- less subsidized by his government,
ford, two University of Dublin must make a greater effort than
debaters exchanged views with UF the student whose fees are paid Thirty-two specialists from newspaper, broadcastIng contact with practices of the mass media, is cosponsored -
debaters William R. McCormickand by his country, as In England.He and advertising media will be on the University by the University's School of Journalismand
John A. Devault concerningthe described the latter as a of Florida campus Mar.6,9 and 10 for the University'ssixth Communications and the Florida Associationof I
resolution "That the U.s.Edu- "four year escape from reality." annual Communications Week. Broadcasters, the Florida Daily Newspaper Pub-
cational System Needs a New "A university is njy as goodas .. The Week, designed to give students first hand lishers Association, the Florida Press Association,
I last "
philosoophy, Sunday. it's faculty members
Rockford the Florida Public Relations Association -
Although Rochford of Dublin re- commented.He and the Gainesville Sun.
[ versed his opinion of the United criticized the low pay of Cherry Gets AwardFor Friday Is Journalism Pay,Mon-
State educational system and teachers in America, both those in day Is tabbed Braodcasting Day
attacked over emphasis of sportsand colleges and in lower schools. and Tuesday Is Advertising and
under emphasis of learning in "Teachers must be paid, he Public Relations Day.
his rebuttal, the Irish team was said.The Phys. Ed. ServiceSPURGEON All events will be held in the
proclaimed the winner. question is not that of anew Student Service Center on the cam-
The Irish took a light view of philosophy, but of the applicationof .
the debate topic."I the present philosophy, Daly, Spurgeon Cherry, UF professor Association of Health, Physical pus.A Friday morning NewspaperDay
don't really know what the Rochford's partner, contended.He of physical education and head Education and Recreation. panel will discuss"The Flori-
present philosophy is so I can't cited extra money in the Unit- of the Department of Intramural da Managing Editor Looks at His
whether it needs a new one ed Student Athletics and at the "
say Aid Fund and felt that Recreation He received one of three Honor Job.
Rochford said in his opening re- the money was a sign of a healthy University of Florida, was cited Awards at the opening session of The panelists Include managing
marks.He educational system based on a good Friday night for notable contributions the 11-state Southern District Association editors Barney Waters of Pompano
went onto say that the Ameri- philosophy. and service to the Anerican for Health, Physical Edu, Beach Sun Sentinel, Bruce

t mnj: :kg ,%?E t%W.M:1MM,,,,'au.::: .;... .. .:mtmWtW;: :::::;:::::;:!:::: : ; --.---..-. cation and Recreation meeting in Union Manning Jacksonville of the Florida Cleve Times-Hamm
; Jacksonville through Sunday. ;
of the Lakeland Ledger, Cortland
The only Floridian to receivethe Anderson of the St. Petersburg
award, Cherry was honored for Times, and Steve Pappas of the
W service to the principles of the Daytona Beach NewsJournal.Also .
Association and for contributionsto F rid a y morning, Peter
Y the improvement of physical French, managing news editor of
education and recreation.The Business Week Magazine of New
vt York City, will speak on "The
World of Magazines."
award was presented by Dr.
Fred Pettijohn) president of the
Helen Byington, of the Associa-
; tion's awards committee, and supervisor Florida Daily Newspaper Asso-
L ciation and executive editor of the
of physical education for
Fort Lauderdale News will
Houston Texas public schools.
4 \ a Friday luncheon.
k Long active in school programsto "Automation In the Newspaper
Improve physical fitness In World," takes the afternoon spot-
today's youth, Cherry is currently light Friday with Wally Reichert,
vice-president of the National Association assistant production manager of
and chairman of Its Division the West Palm Beach Post-Times,
oi' Y MI rWANTED of Men's Athletics.He West Palm Beach; and Nolan
rIILLIIrrT :!; has been on the staff of the Toothman, RCA Electronic Data
I v University's College of Physical. Processing Branch Manager,
Education, Health and Recreation Coral Gables In discussion roles.L. .
CHERRY since 1942. John Martin of the United
States Information Agency speaksat
a Sigma Delta Chi sponsored
: banquet Friday night.
; Dickinson Leads SpendersTALLAHASSEE Eugene B. Dodson, president of
the Florida Association of Broadcasters -

Y I opens Broadcast Day
211 W. University Avenue (UPI) Fred O. the campaign to $49,695 against Monday, March 9.
.f :'{x, : Dickinson, West Palm Beach,con- contributions of $73,707. A host of speakers throughoutthe
tinued to lead all the other candidates State Rep Fred Karl, Daytona day Include Dan Rather, CBS
for governor yesterday in Beach, report total expendituresof White House correspondent;
spending and collecting funds.Scott $36,043 ai contributions of Frederick W. Ford,commissionerof
Kelly, Lakeland, ran him a close $47,213. the Federal Communications
second. Mayor Robert King High, who Commission; Peter Hackea, NBC
Dickinson reported that his has kept spending:and contributions News in Washington, D.C.- and
spending last week came$27,103 low so far, said he paid out $10- others.
compared to contributions of$20- 604 last week and took in $12,070 A special speech via two-way
Vaultersfor 235 for a total of $99,931 in for his single biggest week. This hookup will be given by Morgan
Varsity Pole spending and $155,486 In collec brought his total collections to Beatty of NBC In New York.
tions. $26,476 against spending of $10- Paul Taff, program director for
immediate orbit! Kelly said his total expenditures 659. National Educational Television,
jumped to $88,302 against collec- New York; and James II. Hulbert
tions of $124,278. Rep. Charles lIolley,St.Petersburg of the National Association of
Jacksonville Mayor Haydon said his totals are $2,841 Broadcasters are Included In Mon
;; Burns enriched his war chest last spent and $3,580 in contributions.Ken day sessions.
week by $17,055 to a total of Folks, Orlando said he has Advertising and Public Relations
$92,348 against expenditures of spent $1,997 and collected $2,180. Day will begin with a speech by
only $17,732.Sen. H.B. Foster, Fort Myers Beach, John M. Fuhrmann, public relations -
John Mathews Jr. spent said he spent $1,250 and collected counselor from Cincinnatiand
$22,368 last week and took in $1,350 during his first active week Include talks by other public
-r $10,915, running his spending for as an official candilate.I relations specialists throughoutthe




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8 The Florida Alligator TuesdayMarch 3,1964The Baseball, Tennis, Swimming



withMARQUIS PKA 4 SX 1 Three SportsBy


BAESZLER MARTY LURIE gola walked the bases loaded after

2 DSP 0 Sports Writer two were out, setting the stage

DUG TKE 1 for Orr's blast which clearedthe
bases. Orr was then drivenin
(EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the third of UF sophomore halfback The UF freshman spring sports on a single by second base-

Marquis Baezler's "Inside Reports" on the Gators suing football DORM LEAGUE SOFTBALL program swung into high gear yes- man Gary Young, his first of two

practice. The Gators have two more weeks of workouts, to be followedby HUME AREA terday as the Baby Gator teams hits, to complete the scoring.

the annual Orange and Blue spring game March 21.) Jackson 5 Keppel 2 swept Miami-Dade Junior Collegein Gongola who surrendered only

Crandall 7 MacLachlan 6 three sports clashes. four hits, struck out 10 and walkedsix.

Elbner The NemesisLast Atkins 3 Bliss 1 The loss was his first decision -

Little over Crow (forfeit) The baseball team began the of the year. Orr,of course,
Yeaton over Turlington (forfeit) rout as they defeated the Falcons was credited with the win for the
year Florida had the ninth best defense In the nation. Therehaven't Farrah over Bigham (forfeit) 4-1. The sweep was completedas Gators.
been many coaches smart enough to find loopholes in Coach the swimmers eeked out a 55-40
Gene Ellenson's seemingly impregnable defenses.But .
decision and the netters went on
even Ellenson has his nemesis. There's one coach who takes Netters Face to win 7-2 over the visitors. The two teams meet again today

great pride In "messing him up." The man with the wicked mind is The diamond men coasted to on the varsity diamond at 3:00

Coach John Ebiner, and Gatpr fans can thank their lucky stars thathe's their opening day victory behind p.m. Gator coach P. A. Lee will
one of us. Rollins TodayCoach start either Bob Adams or Ned
the batting and pitching of Danny
Eibner heads the D -team and It's his Job to run offensive playsat Orr. The Jacksonville product Woofolk on the mound.
Ellenson's varsity defense. The team The freshman swimmers 15
Is composed of boys who Bill Potter's hurled the full nine Innings and point
haven't yet made the varsity, or are transfer students who have to wait highly regarded limited the Falcons to only five margin of victory war one of their
UF tennis team
out a year before they are eligible. Needless to say, 99 per cent opens a closest of the season.
of the time, the B team Is the underdog. tough home schedule today against hits.He
Rollins College of Winter Park. also drove in three runs
Ordinarily, being on the B-team can be disheartning but
very Eibner
The Gator netters will travel to with a base clearing triple. The Baby Gators claimed six
makes it tolerable. Thanks to him a "good B-teamer" takes
prideIn Tallahassee Saturday to face Miami-Dade jumped off to a firsts to Dade's five In the close
putting one over on the .
Florida State In their following quick 1-0 lead In the first inning. meet. Blanchard Taul set a new
would seem that this constant
struggle between Coach Eib's
boys encounter. Two errors and abase hit producedthe Frosh record in the 200 yard backstroke -
and the varsity would have an adverse effect on morale but it
doesn't. visitors
only tally. The lead event with 2:06.6 clocking.The .
the Is true.
Actually opposite
Florida defeated Rollins in changed hands as the Gat 0 r s meet closed out the teams'

the opening match for both teams scored four times in the fourth home schedule and upped Its record -

In Rare FormFor last Saturday. inning. Dade pitcher Frank Gon- to 50.

example, last year before the Alabama Florida game, Eibner The frosh tennis team's 7-2
Gator WinThe
was in rare form. Ellenson and the other defensive coaches had victory was their fourth straightof

been staying up quite late figuring out ways to stop the mighty Alabama the season against no defeats.

offense. Finally a "great" defense evolved and was explained to the UF's Gator Sailing Club won the Southeastern Intercollegiate They'll meet the Rollins Junior

team. Sailing Association's Dinghy Championship Saturday on Lake Wauberg.By Varsity along with the Florida-
Then It became time for Coach Elb and his boys to run Alabama winning the regatta, the club Is entitled to participate in the Rollins varsity meet this after

plays at them. He called us to the huddle and gave us the word. Intercollegiate Yacht Racing Association's International Dinghy Cham- noon.

"All right men let's mess 'em up." Then he put both hands infront pionships In British Cblumbla in ... ... .
of him on his belt, leaned way back, and looked at the defense. June.

I remember well the first play we ran against the varsity. It was a
In the eight races, the UF team,
jump pass to the Hankered halfback for a touchdown. Constable
represented by Pepper ,
Ellenson was slightly perturbed at first, but being the old "Sea Dave Faga, Dave Posey and Roger
Hawk" that he Is, he just worked harder with his defense. By the time Straub, posted a record of five

Saturday rolled around, there wasn't anything Alabama could do that first place finishes, two second

the Gators didn't know about. place finishes and one "did not

finish" for a total of 35 points.
Best In Football?

The next regatta for the club
The University of Florida has what is probably the best rounded
will be the St. Petersberg Yacht
coaching staff in football. Pepper Rodgers heads the offense, assistedby R
Club Spring Invitational on Easter
Ed Keasler and Fred Pancoast. The defense is run by Ellenson,
Weekend. This regatta usually
and assisted by Billy Kinnard and Don Brown. Eibner keeps them
25 teams from allover
allan their toes when going against the varsity with his B-team the country.


Blank Stetson Twice


Baseballers Win In Tune-No

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By STEVE VAUGHN Gator pitchers struck out 17 plate; first baseman Tom Shannon

Assistant Sports Editor Stetson batters and demonstrated with a perfect three for three;

almost flawless control, walking and outfielder Earl Montgomerywith

Head UF baseball coach Dave only two men over the course of two for four.

Fuller's pre-season talk has the 14 Innings. Florida cooled down somewhatin

amounted to>> the fact he expects Fuller said he wants each of his the second game managing only THIS DECISION IS SIMPLE!

another winning season. Last pitchers to get in as much workas four hits, with no batter getting
Saturday in a pair of pre-season possible against Southern on more than one.Duncan. The question is not whether you need a personal

practice games with Stetson Uni- checking account but which one is best for you:

versity of Deland, Gator base- A no-minimum-balanceTAkiI6asw
ballers showed some definite Indications ,
that Fuller's expectationsare ,'

likely to come true. CaptainJim

Six and eight Inning contests I i
Duncan senior outfielder
were played. Florida came personal (/ checking account- ora
from Chipley, has been elected
through with a pair of shutouts, of the 1964 UF team ,
winning the first 9-0 and the second '
Coach Dave Fuller announced.yes-

'., 3-0. t ._.:: ..-..-' .. terday. The difference is simply: Savings. A Thrifti-Check
-- "
Fuller termed the afternoon Duncan, used as a catcher and
I account will cost little if need but a few checks
"encouraging. He have outfielder last season, will play
asked much more from the Gators, left field for the Gators this sea- t per month and amounts for deposit are small. If
Saturday and is not planning to
who open regular season play this let anyone, hurl more than three son and Fuller has been Impressedwith : your personal finances are more active and involve
coming Saturday against Florida his play thus far."Jim's .
innings in a fashion similar to the more checks and more dollars, Regular checkingmay
Southern in Lakeland one of the finest young
The big story of the Stetson Stetson affair.Florida's men we've had on a baseball team be more economical for you.

exhibition Gator big at the plate at Florida." says Fuller. "Get-
was pitching. guns Let
us help you decide. We have both.
Fuller employed six hurlers, against the Hatters, meanwhile, ting a shot at playing regular he's

and for 12 of the 14 total innings were some people who have already responded with standout base- :

played Stetson couldn't muster a been counted on to carry a bail." CITIZENS

base hit. The Hatters finished heavy load of the teams' hitting Duncan hit .226 last year in a

; day with only one safety--a single this season. The 12-hit attack in utility role, but drove in 11 runs BANK OF GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA

surrendered by Florida right the first game was paced by short In only 62 times at bat. He is
hander Jim Biggart in the seventh stop Randy Morecroft with three regarded as the best defensive 110 E. Univ. Ave. FR 6-2672

inning of the second game. hits in four appearances at the outfielder on the Florida squad. Member: _FDlrPage I


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