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The Florida AllIgator ,

Vol.56No.113 University FloridaGainesville TuesdayMarch 10,1964

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.r New Fraternity

Slated HereThe
;. .". "

t University of Florida will
+ C I soon add Its 27th fraternity, according -
to Chip Block, executive
vice-president of the Interfrater-
nity Council (IFC).

: Phi Kappa Psi, a national social

fraternity, Is expected to have a

ffJ I' September colony in operation, Block said.on campus A colonyIs by
1 )

Y. I ) ] 1 a ; chapter.aspiring the first to become form of a full-pledged a fraternity

l Because plans are still In the

I .",j formative stage, there is no set

number of members.

The colony will become an official -

\ chapter when the Phi Kappa

LiT Psi national headquarters and the

IFC feel the fledgling fraternityIs

functioning up to standards set

by the IFC and the university.

Block said the fraternity wouldbe

chartered, "when it assumed a

full role," inthecampusfraternitysystem.

The new colony should ''hopefully -

+ have a house to operate from

by September," Block said.

Phi Kappa Psi will work closely

with prospective members and the

IFC to get the new organization. on

its feet.

Phi Kappa Psi has 50,000 mem-

m bers and 63 active chapters. The

.. ., ., fraternity was founded In 1852.
'' .+.''''''.. iIII':t,<.Y "t.. ..... 1:"..,,.!It."fiii', + &.: .',<.: : :._'. .."-."!. .'b. ." :;: ,: _. fj;. Block stated new fraternitieswill
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MILITARY BALL QUEEN: : system can keep pace with

I .will be one of these 10 UF coeds. Three finalists will be chosen tonight and the winner will be announced at the increasing UF population.

the Military Ball March 21. Left to right are: Reggie Stark, Betty Wendt, Karen Roberts, Jana McCard, Suzanne Less Cubans

Hilliker, Lynn Maulden, Paula Hicks, Pat Goodman, Dianne Denning and Ann Beall.

I Curfew Extension DickinsonFred

OkayedWomen 0. (Dud) Dickinson told

newsmen here yesterday that if

students now stay tension of night curfew he is elected governor he will
may Sunday night. from their alloted number,may use
out until midnight on Sundays, until 12 via late permits was Under the new regulation, them on Sunday nights. Late take steps to stop the influx of

starting,March 15. announced at the Women Students' freshman and sophomore women permissions for junior and senior Cubans into Florida.
Official approval for the exAssociation VISA) last left He was in town for a receptionat
( meeting who have late permissions women will remain unlimited in
the Gainesville Women's Club.
number, and the Sunday late per-
"I'm tired of our powerful nation
mission for senior women will be
White HouseWriter SpeaksFor extended to 12:30 a.m. acting as a secondary power In

'These late permits were designed dealing with Cuba," Dickinsonsaid

mainly for the later library "and furthermore, as

hours and because of transportation governor of Florida, I would Invoke -

Communications WeekBy schedules for women returning her sovereign offshore rightsto

from weekends away from school," stop anymore Cubans from land-

said Dean of Women Marna V. Ing on our shore and staying hero."
DONITA MATHISON speech given as part of Broad- The network news correspondent While claiming that perhaps 20-

Staff Writer casting Day."About who was promoted to the job Drady.
Sunday night late permissionmay 000 South Florida Negroes had lost
Arch supports and an ability to four people In the press less than a month ago, said the
be taken In conjunction with jobs to the refugees, he said Com-
interpret subtleties are basic tools chair White House Press madeup
room fight over every soI Corps,
weekend overnight signouts. munist infiltration was also a fac-
for any White House cor- find myself standing most of of 33 people, Is a basic goalto
This extension In the numberof
CBS's Dan Rather tolda the with the strive for tor."I'm
respondent, day help of arch- as a reporter.
late permits will not become greatly alarmed at this
UF audience yesterday in shoes he said. subtleties in
a supported "Interpreting deep
effective until the third trimester vast influx of Cubans into our nation -
exact and detailed research fromas
beginning April 27. ," he said.
many as 15 or 20 news sources

Pledged To Fill Gap makes this a full time job," Rather I

BY SKIP HAVISER said. High On Campus
The White House Is like an
Stall Writer
over-crowded tenant house as far
(Editor's Note: This is the second part of a five-part "
as the correspondents are con- h "Students wr High, the UF
series dealing with the Issues involved In presenting a
cerned. organization for gubernatorial
"controversial speaker" on the University of Florida campus.)
"The press works in one small candidate Mayor Robert King High
"There's a noticeable 'gap' in the variety of speaker t '
room made up of small cubby holes of Miami, will meet tonight.
presented on campus. The Florida Union Forums Committee + 'Se
in the west wing of the White Mayor Robert King High ot
(FUFC) has pledged to fill this gap," Ira W. ((8111)) McCollum,
House and it's a unique station," Miami, a gubernatorial candidate,
Jr., chairman of the FUFC said.
he said. "You must learn to reada will speak at a Florida Blue Key
This statement follows Student Government (SG) PresidentKen
meaning into what a person banquet tonight at 6 p.m. In the
Kennedy's position that controversial speakers are a
says. It's the only means for get Primrose Inn.
effort the UF
necessary--but rr.issing--educational on campus.
ting a story except for direct High, elected one of the nation's
Kennedy has said he plans to use every possible means to
news releases from the 10 top young men by Life magazine -
secure such speakers and has suggested the FUFC as the best
President." In 1962, will also appear ata
channel through which to present the speakers.
In describing the delicate atmos- : "Students for High" meeting at
"I'm In complete agreement with Ken Kennedy's platform
phere of the White House, Rather 8:30 p.m. In room 212 of the
to controversial speakers to McCollumsaid.
promise bring campus,
said the Presidential advisors usually Florida Union. Students Interested -
"We need and must have a balanced program of views f
like to talk if they have con- <<= in working for High or hearing

and ideas. fidence in the reporter and he has him speak are Invited to attend.At .
The FUFC Invites speakers for Florida Union functions
something specific to ask. 4:55, High will tape a 10
only. Every student organization, Including FUFC, who wishesto
"It's a system of checks and minute radio and TV speech. A
bring a speaker on campus must submit the proposed name
!/ conference Is also scheduledat
counter checks In reporting a press
to the university's public functions and lectures committee
story to make sure you have Interpreted the same time.
Richard W. Bowles associate of a
for approval. professor
from the University
the facts right, he said. High graduated
music, is the chairman of the lectures sub-committee com- "You have to read between the MIAMI'S MAYOR of Miami and received a law

posed of faculty members. lines and weigh the way your degree from Stetson University.
source presents the argument" He it married and has two children.

Page 2 The Florida Alligator TuesdayMarch 10, 1964

I News Briefs k zCampus

CAMPUS PACS Inn at 5:30. Mayor Robert |
INSURANCE SOCIETY A & S DAMES INVITATIONS business King High of Miami, an announced -
Insurance Society meets Arts and Sciences Dames Senior Invitations are Alpha Kappa Florida Guber-
tonight at 7 in Johnson meet Wednesday at 8 p.m. available to graduating students fraternity will be selling weekon natorial candidate will be the
Lounge, Florida Union. Howard at the home of Mrs. HarryW. at the center counterof "campus pacs" next guest speaker.
Adams will speak on Warfield, 1605 NW 14th the Campus Shop and campus, with most of the
agency management and refreshments Ave. Speaker will be Mrs. Bookstore. proceeds slated for Dollarsfor
will be served. Lewis Berner. Scholars. The pacs, 50 A & FA DAMESArchitecture
WORKSHOP cents each,include toiletriesfor and Fine
both men and women. Arts Dames elected officers '
PHARMACY DAMES North Florida Experiment be soldat
GOP CLLL They will probably for the coming year recently. -
Pharmacy Dames meet Young Republican Club Station will host the 12th the information booth
They were Gloria Ginn, 'w
Wednesday at 3 p.m. at the meets Thursday at 8:30p.m.in annual library workshop for across from the Hub. chairman; Sandra McDonald, ?
home of Dr. and Mrs. 0. room 116 of the Florida UF Agricultural Experiment 'fj,.
MEETING vice-chairman; Mojo,
Arauso, 1326 NE 12th Terr. Union. Cal Hibner Is to Stations personnel from a- KEY ,
will holda secretary Mary Lynn Rldg-
Blue Key ;
New officers will be elected speak on local government.The round the state on Thurs- Florida
in the Primrose dill, treasurer.
and installed. public is invited. day.

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U.S. Justice Lyceum Reveals Program PlansThe

Slated HereWilliam Chad Mitchell Trio and "This time last year we had classical and four will be popular."Of said.Popular
Ferranti and Teicher will be among eight productions planned and course it is always easierto attractions, suchas
O. Douglas, U. S. Supreme the attractions sponsored next year ended up presenting 15. This plan classical than popular at- Harry Belafonte, are harder to
Court Justice and a champion by the Lyceum Council. year we have 12 productions plan- tractions.'' "nail."
of the great outdoors,comes to esentation of the play Beyond ned so far and if the same holds Large groups, such as the Dallas Lyceum is trying to get Bela
the UP campus April 7 to delivera the Fringe," with the same on true we may be able to presentup Symphony, have to plan their tours fonte for next year but, becausehe
public address on the preser- Broadway cast, will also be among to 20 productions next year." far In advance. Because of this, travels with a much smaller
vation of Florida's remaining wil- the twelve programs already Of the twelve attractions to be Lyceum Council is able to plan group, he has not decided wherehe
derness.His planned. presented next year eight will be for them if they are available, he will tour next year.LORD .

talk, "The Responsibilities According to Ray Anderson, .
of the Citizenship for Steward- president of Lyceum Council, attempts -
ship of the Wilderness," is expected are being made to present .

to deal with the Florida more "Popular" attractions in the ...
citizen's obligation toward such future. ..
preservation. "We will also be presentingmore BYRON. ". .
Scheduled for 8 p.m. in the Uni- free attractions next year,"

versity Auditorium,it will be spon- he said. .. .
sored by the University's Public Plans are also being made for .; .. ,
Functions and Lectures Committee presentations of The Fine Arts i

the Alachua County Audubon String Quartet, The Dallas Sym- SUNDRIES. & COSMETICS;i
Society, and the Gainesville Gar- phony Orchestra, Jose Melenis, ,
den Club. The Netherlands Chamber Choir '
Justice Douglas is expected to and two Shakespearean plays. .yt"J'. ;;,
visit Lake Alice, a heron rookeryon Return performances are being .. .. .. i
the campus;Paynes Prairie,the staged by the American Ballet p. HOME IN OLD P! KAPj
vast marsh near Gainesville, and Theatre and the Goldovsky Grand
the nearby wilderness.A Opera Theatre, which will pre-
champion of conservation pro- sent "La Boheme." a jED: a '

jects and a rugged outdoorsman, "This year we are ahead of
Justice Douglas has written almostas planning," said Anderson.
many books on this subject as
he has legal works.
Among these are: "Of Men
and Mountains,""North From Ma-
laya," "Exploring the Himalaya,"
"My Wilderness, the Pacific SOUTHERNFRANCE
West," and "Muir of the Moun-

Before his 1939 appointment to
the U. S. Supreme Court by Presi- An
undergraduate I liberal -
dent Roosevelt, Justice Douglashad
served on the law school faculties I arts year in Aix-

of Columbia and Yale Univer- en-Provence
sities, was chair man of the Securities -
and Exchange Commission; FRENCH LANGUAGE

and conducted numerous studies in & LITERATURE
bankruptcy, Including a number for
the U. S. Department of Commerce
and the National Commission on ART & ART HISTORYMEDITERRANEAN .
Law Observance Enforcement.
Born in Maine, Minn., Justice
Douglas took his A.B.degree from STUDIES .'f!
Whitman College In Walla Walla, I
Wash and his LL.B. from Col- Classes in English and '
umbia Law School.Easter French satisfying American COSMETICS

curriculum re-

Egg quirements.

Institute students enrolled SUN GLASSES .
'l") >
Hunt PlannedAn at the Universityof
Aix Marseille, SUN TAN LOTIONS ,,20

Easter Egg Hunt Is being founded i in 1409
planned for all children (age 2-

6 of faculty, students and staff Students I live i in French
of the university.
Sponsored by the University homes.
Dames the Hunt will be held March ...
Tuition transAtlanticfares ....
28, from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Uni- .
versity Women's Club on Old New- room and board, "
berry Road. about $1,850. .'. > '
Each child is asked to bring "J t t' :
his own basket and ten cents for .A\tf-\ L""I" '
Institute For .... '
registration. There will be prizesfor <
those who find the "prize"eggs
and smaller children will AmericanUniversities BYRON .
have the opportunity to locate their
eggs in a special area marked off '

for The this Hunt purpose.Is co-sponsored by the 2 bis,rue du Bon PasteurAixenProvence SUNDRIES & COSMETICS'

Education Dames and Arts and France

Science Dames. _..


Tuesday,March_10,1964 The Florida Alligator _Page 3
Barbers Banter ;

rte s's s ;
Razor's RaisedBy


Staff Writer

(Editor's Note: Alligator staff writer's account of answering an
interesting ad.)

"Bring out the blood bucket! S -- Y
Barber Ray Brown lifted his straight-edged razor for another swooping
stroke at his female victim's legs while fellow barbers bantered In
Windy's Barber Shop, 1125 W. University Ave. ;
An advertisement In the Alligator last week prompted Brown's : 'j'\ 444/ -

shaving episode. The ad stated, "FREE with every haircut, a leg '
shave for your girl!"
Robert J. Horan and a coed walked through the door of Windy's it:
and Koran settled himself In the brown barber's chair.
Horan's hair was cut with electric shears while the girl watched.
Brown approached the end of the haircut.
"Now you'll see what you'll be shaved with," said Brown as he pulledout
a wicked-looking straight-edge and whipped the blade briskly on a

The barber on Ray's left said, "I couldn't do It -- my wife said she'd
kill me if she caught me shaving a girl's legs."
Another commented, "How's she gonna catch you here?" A third
said he'd call and tell her.
Brown finished Koran's haircut and the coedcllmbed into the chair.
Brown asked how high the coed wanted her legs shaved. "to here,"
she said, indicating the tops of her knees. Brown said, "There?" IT'S ALL
"Do I have to lie down?" the girl asked. "It's like a dentist's
chair," she continued."I i .in a day's work, Alligator Writer Carol Nobis might

want to watch; it's like having an operation," she commented a A be saying as she receives this leg shave from the hands

few seconds later. of barber Ray Brown at Windy's Barber Shop on University
Warm shaving cream was applied to her legs and Brown began shaving, .
stroking downward.The Avenue. Miss Nobis answered an ad which stated II I

coed asked, "Why do you shave in that direction? I always shave that a free leg shave would be given with every hair cut. I
the other way. Isn't it closer?" I
"You want It close?" asked Brown. He started shaving the other w-/.
"Her legs look almost as good as mine," one barber said.
"Before or after they're shaved?" another countered.The .
first barber shot; back, "Both." :nr1""L1 S fC at, I S 4C.eI'1 e

"Do you want me to do the back?" asked Brown. "Turn over." head of
:: ) by REID POOLE UP music departmentThe
"Do I have to turn over?
At the very end Brown put mentholatum on her legs and sprayed
them with air. She said it was like 'ce. I
Brown said it would really feel cold outside. Pittsburgh Symphony Or- logne, Germany, and was recog- burgh Symphony Orchestra here Is
chestra, conducted by William nized very early as an exceptional an event well-worth making extra
Asked who thought up the idea of putting an ad in the Alligator, Windy
and the Gator Concert violinist and pianist. Before leav- effort to attend. Usual Lyceum
said, "We're a pretty congenial group, and we were talking one day,
and decided to see what kind of reaction an ad would get. "No one Band, conducted by Conrad ing Germany In the 1930's young Council prices prevail; Adults $2,
actually was shaved, but quite a few men came in asking if it was for Bauschka, will be heard on the Steinberg had amassed consider- high school students and children
real." University campus this week. able experience and had acquireda $1; UP students obtain tickets on
The reputation as a fine con- their I. D. cards. Tickets are
They were told it was sort of a joke. Pittsburgh Symphony, con- opera
Brown, a barber for two years, was. the only one of eight barbers ducted by William Steinberg, appears ductor in opera houses in Cologne, available from 1 to 5 p.m. at the
who would shave the girl's legs. under the auspices of the Prague, Frankfurt, and Berlin. Information Booth across the
Why? Lyceum Council In University Auditorium Migrating to Palestine, Steinbergwas street from the Hub. Any remaining -
Said one barber, "He's not married." tonight at 8:15 p.m. a co-founder with Bronislaw tickets will be availableat
Conductor Steinberg has chosena Huberman of the Palestine Sym- the door.
program which includes the Schu- phony Orchestra. The first of some half dozen
A bert Overture to "Rosamunde," When Arturo Toscanini guest Twilight Concerts on the Plazaof
JIM RICHARDSONHas the Debussy "Rondes de prin- conductdd the Palestine Orchestra, the Americas will be tomorrowat
temps" (No. 3 of Images pour he was so impressed with the work 6:45 p.m.
Orchestre), and Richard Strauss' which had been done on It by Stein These programs are In the tradi-
Been Faculty Advisor toAlpha "Dance of the Seven Veils" from berg that he Invited Steinberg to tion and spirit of the "popular
; "" = yKappa Psi Honorary Business "Salome," with the latter half of America become Associate Con- concert in the park." EveryoneIs
the program being devoted to the ductor of the then newly-formed invited to bring his lawn chairor
1ratemnuy Brahms "Symphony NO.4, In e NBC Symphony in New York. Later blanket and relax to the light
,C minor." Steinberg became Music DIrector and varied programs. Babysitting -
Vote For RICHARDSONCity of the Buffalo Philharmonic problems can be brought to
Commission Group 1 1PJ. The Pittsburgh Orchestra is Orchestra where he remained until the concert where they may romp
rated among the top orchestrasin he assumed his present posi- and march to the music of the band.
( Pel. Adv.i .)
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- ---- -\ -;- 1952. which Includes the"Morning,
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Page 4 The Florida Alligator TuesdayMarch 10,1964
"Ahem. .Isn't it about

'. dl.: c] :Jr IfS your bedtime Junior?"
.. .

A Fallen StarIt

has been said that for every person with an open mind, there
are dozens of others willing to shovel all kinds of garbage Into It.

Sometimes an estimate of a man's political ability is found In his

talent for parrying questions, making statements then can be construedby e

both sides as supporting their positions, and the knowledge of when CoNTRD5PE
and how to give a vague answer to his potential followers. But the V ERS1AL/ "
voters are asked one simple question, and their answer i" expressedin ,r

the form of a choice, that In spite of uncertainty, and indecision, I ''' .
must be for one man to the exclusion of all others. }l.rF'.r.1' ?.:"

It's disheartening to think that a man fed with so much generalization, .. ,
ambiguousness and verbosity must make such a concise and positive i
choice, but the whole structure of a democratic society Is built upon "

the assumption that voters, having been so fed, will be able to makea a
rational choice often enough to Insure a responsible selection of
their own leaders.

Today, the New Hampshire voters begin a deluge of answers that
will ultimately spell victory or defeat for the hopefulls who have been

campaigning for longer than we care to remember. For the past several

years, political stars have appeared on the horizon, glimmered uncertainly -

skies. and begun to trace their Individual paths across the political : I

Some, like that of Michigan Gov. George Romney's, have virtually : : ..
faded back Into the obscurity of state and local politics, while others

have reached dominant positions in national constellations of power.

Some, like that of Richard Nixon, have charted erratic courses of

trial and error, and retired in the cloud of private life waiting only for

the correct moment to reappear in a super nova burst of new brilliance.And .

there is, of course, Henry Cabot Lodge, who seems to be "lost Irritated About Cuba SituationEDITOR
among the stars," but whose interests are being capably preserved
while he serves In the dark void known as Viet Nam.

After the New Hampshire primary many of the paths will change with
: tainous area in Latin America to open the eyes of those who
the political pressures causing candidates to adapt their tactics to the
Castro will try to form a "rebel" see Cuba's problem as an isolated
swirling currents of voter response. And in the end result it will be When some Latin Americans
group and, in fact, he has already case which will be solved sooneror
the voter, who reaches up into the milky way to select the members of speak about the Cuban situation,
succeeded in doing so, as in the later. That is not so; totali-
the governmental universe. to the
referring deep tragedy, political -
case of Peru, Guatemala, Vene- tarian Communism can only be
With one exception.One as well as social, that we
zuela and Colombia where there destroyed vigorous and
by a ener-
star will not be available for selection.One Cubans are facing, I cannot help
are armed rebel squads in the getic democratic movement, able
finger on a trigger, and five minutes of Hell combined to snuff being surprised as well as
mountains. Let us ask one of the to unmask,without hesitation,Cas-
out the light of the North Star. somewhat Irritated.
Indians In those groups about what tro's Russian totalitarianism and
Leaving as Sandburg said of Lincoln, an empty space against the Four or five years ago Fidel
they are fighting for and without start against him an ideological,
sky. said in one of his endless speechesone
any doubt he will recite a Marxist- political and physical struggle. A
phrase which I want all Ameri-
Leninist catechism "made in Ha- democratic movement capable of
W. C. N. cans to remember: '1 The Andes "
will be the Sierra Maestra of Lat- vana. offering to every Latin American
in America." There certainly Is a zone that country solution to Its individual
comes first in Castro's plans
; problems.
Castro will not be satisfied and
those countries Venezuela
limit himself to our small Island ,
and Its six million inhabitants sub- Haiti Santo-Domingo, Nicaragua, Javier A. Lescano
Sex And The Pill jected to constant indoctrination.He Guatemala and Panama. Castro Cuban Revolutionary CommitteeRecommended
will turn his claws toward them in
has been working through underground -
order to bring them to the Com-
activities in Latin
munist "herd."
American countries since several
(Editor's Note: This Is the last of a four part series written by years ago. All the diplomats (If When Castro betrayed the Cuban EDITOR:

Peter A. Dertocci, Professor of Philosophy at Boston University and they can receive that name) who people he betrayed and changed the For those finding it necessaryto

published In a February Issue of "The Christian Century.") go to Latin American countriesas true purposes of the authentic write complaints to the Aliga-

Cuban representatives are active revolution. The Cuban Revolutionwas tor, I would like to suggest that

Communists, and experts in essentially nationalistic. Its they please read an article In the
Our line of reasoning has not dealt directly with sex as a means Marxism-Leninism. Oneachmoun- objectives were the Improvement of March issue of the "Reader's DI-
of using another as a means to one's own gratification. But we can the Cuban people. Castro's revo- gest." It won't cost much more

Immediately ask: If it Is true that sex Increases its capacity for lution has, as its principal objective than a pack of cigarettes and the

Joy when it can symbolically bind together the total valueventuresIn Blue TrucksEDITOR the conquest and sub- article Is not but four pages long.
the lives of the partners, are those who use sexual Intercourse mission of all American nations.He This article (page 139) Is writtenby
simply for relief and power not encouraging a habit that brings dimin- shall not rest till the red nag a college student who found

ishing returns and creates other personality problems? More specifically : waves In both Americas. That is things very different from what he

what can be said to persons who ask: Why not treat having mutually what they are preparing and fightIng expected.
acceptable sexual Intercourse without marriage like playing a good I would like to complain about for. While realizing that there is

game of tennis fun while it lasts? Why not treat sex, with or without the removal of approximately 200 To some naive persons this always room for improvement, I

love, as source of sexual relief and sexual pleasure, and let it go at commuter parking spaces on the would seem an exaggeration, how- think we will find complaints rang-
that? What lies behind this question Is the conviction--or the wish-- west end of campus, but I know ever, It Is a cruel reality. The ing from a bad University Food

that If one will only take sex at Its own level without trying to make It Audie, Arnie, and Co.would ignore problem belongs to everybody and Service to the infirmary seem

express other values extramarital Intercourse can be enjoyed without it. the responsibility is everybody'sas trivial In comparison to the conditions -
feeling guilty, and without disturbing other "games" with other amiable But what about those blue trucks? well. As your American described by this article.

partners.Now They park on sidewalks, in door- brothers, we Cubans feel obliged Andy Keith, 4EG
It Is easy to say that sex can be an island of life Isolated from ways, on the grass, In scooter

the mainland; but it Is hard to show that this is the case In human zones, in no-parking zones;double The Florida
experience. 'Furthermore, In the last analysis one must make up park, they Ignore speed laws. Has AlligatorServed

his mind whether sex, If used simply for relief, Is a source of Increasing anyone ever seen one of these
returns In human experience. My conviction Is that It Is not. vehicles ticketed for complete defiance by United Press International

Even assuming that sex can be isolated without other undesirable of traffic regulations? I Editor ..................................................................Walker Lundy

results, It does not continue to bring joy and value into lives that are seriously doubt It. Managing Editor ......................................................Bill Fuller

united in no other way. When lust can share no love, It tries to fill And what about that Kampus KopI Assistant Managing Editor ........................................John Askins
the spiritual vacuum by gaining fitful power over others. The person saw, on duty in a 1957 Ford Editorial Editor .................................................Wayne Norfleet
who seeks to "express himself" through sex becomes its victim and with an Alachua county tag and Sports Editor ..........................................................Glenn Laney

lave. Again, to the extent that sex Is used simply as a means of a commuter sticker, parked in a Feature Editor .....................................................Cynthlatali

relieving tension, It brings diminishing returns and Invites deeper no-parking zone by the gym, watchfully Campus Living Editor .........................................Judy Lynn Prince
frustrations. waiting for "violators?" Editorial Assistants .... Ernie Lltz, Gall Sobering, Nancy Zlmmet,

I am not arguing thai marriage in Itself Is a panacea for sexual or Must I go on? I suggest that Betty Wendt, Betsy Garrison, Steve Vaughn, Sue Dobbie, Charner
other problems. Certainly marriage can destroy friendship and love the powers that be look at their Powell and Rual Chandler.

and sexual satisfaction, but when that happens one may wonder If the own conduct, too, and not just Reporters ..... Jim Castello, Phil Hevener, Joel Gaston, Douglas
roots of a creative human relationship were there to begin with. the students'. Molitor, Donita Mathison, Sally Stock, Carol Nobis, Ann Carter,
Because It places two persons squarely In*the center of social and Joe Kollin, Pam Pulley, Agnes Fowles, Bob DeLoach, Fran Snider,

legal responsibilities, because It commits two persons to entering Into J. E. Harlow, 5EG Judy Teich, Evan Engle, George Mims, Phil Geyer, Don Federman,

the biological, psychic and spiritual Intimacies of the whole of their Becky Quinn, Larry Zimmerman, Jackie Cornelius, Patti Pita,

beings, marriage provides the context for growth of sex and love. LETTERSThe Gary Williams, Don Davis, Terry Rogers, Sue Haugsted, Joyce
In marriage the pill can help reduce the tensions that unwantedand Kilmer, George Elmore, David Sumner, Jay Haviser, Joe Zeigler,

unplanned pregnancy bring; It can be an aid to prolonging the Alligator welcomes Joy Cherry, John Clendenon, Nancy Brachey, Tom Millsaps,
Letters to The Editor from and Millie Gorman.
period when married persons can establish and develop other roots of
marital stability. But the pill must not deceive us: man does not
The letters must be THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student
signed. of
live by sex without fear. For sex can be Indulged In without fear only newspaper
Names will be withheld when the University of Florida and is published five times
as it expresses both its own nature and the total value-concerns of the weekly except
the letter Is if during the months of May, June, and July when issue is
person involved; in the very marrow of human experience lies proof printed only a weekly
that sex gains in quality as it expresses the meanings of growing love. there is just cause to do so. I published. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is entered as second class
matter at the United States Post Office at Gainesville, Fla.


TuesdayMarch 10,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 5

Problem Is Lack Of Corn rn vnicattons -' I

(Continued From Page 1)) The memorandum charges the Sen. John Tower (Rep.-Tex.Gov.) present a qualified spokesman to pacifist with very controversialideas.
public functions and lectures com- George Wallace of Alabama,Negro defend our system," McCollumsaid. Thirty four persons attended -
"If there isn't a balance In the mittee with thorough examinationof author James Baldwin, and others the talk," Bowles said. "If
views expressed by speakers on the proposed speaker's qualifications McCollum said. the students had been aware of
campus, the problem is a lack of Being controversial is "The FUFC's goal is to haveat Bowles said, "The name of a his views I feel sure the audience
communication with the students," not enough. Speakers must have least one speaker each trimesterthat clearly indentlfled Communist has would have been greater."
Bowles said. "Our committee is academic qualities as well as edu- Is considered really contro- never been proposed to the com- "Virgil Thomson, composer,
supposed to have a student repre- cational value. verslalPersonallyldon'tthlnk mittee. In 1962 the request of the spoke to. less than 100 studentsin
sentative appointed by the student The memorandum states: "The they should all be handled as debates U. S. Communist Party to senda the University Auditorium on
body president. Three years ago UF will welcome to the campus ," McCollum said. speaker on campus was a mimeo- The. Role of the University in
we had a student attend one meet- any speaker who Is qualified to "However, I would not favor a graphed throw-away. "It containedno the Creative Arts.' This Is in
ing. I don't know if one has been speak on a topic of re' fnized edu- Communist speaker on campus unless name or specifics. the field of humanities," Bowles
appointed this year or not. cational value. Speakers who are it was in a debate," he said. "There is a definite lack of said.
"If the name of an active Com- Invited to the campus shall be "We have no immediate plans to communication with the students. "The next night 3,000 students
munist were presented as apossible responsible persons of recognized request a Communist speaker." The committee would welcome any took a humanities exam. They
speaker, the committee would standing in their particular fieldsor "I believe whenever you have an suggestions toward a solution to were home studying, not at the
consider his qualifications," professions" issue regarding a question of com- this problem," he said. lectures," he added. "This is
Bowles said. "President Reitz's Possible speakers under con- munism, or any philosophy being "You can't say we don't pre- what I mean by a break-down in
memorandum No. 37 states the sideration by the Florida Union expressed which is considered opposed sent controversial speakers because communications."
basic qualifications of a campus Forums Committee are Sen. J. to our present form of we do. Last fall we had (Tomorrow -- President Reitz's
speaker." Strom Thurmond (Dem.-S. C.), government, it is necessary to have David McReynolds, an outspoken"I'll views)


,',,,,.J'.'",: ,:' 30 Years In Air '

i ( \\r Brings Memoriesuntil

get married when I'm too my contract was up.
old to do anything else," said
Miss Irene Crum, 54, of Evinston, "I told the general I was giving
Fla.Miss primary flight lessons during the
l' Crum has ample groundsfor day and instrument lessons at
making this statement. She night. U he thought I could do
has held positions and done things anything more for my country, I
most women don't have time to would.
Miss Crum, a University of
.,,.".P. o t. Florida employee In the Student Silwmum
Depository, is an ROTC flying
Instructor at aGainesville airport.She .
gives lessons on Saturday and TRADITIONAL
d Sunday.
Thirty years of flying have given SLACKS
her many memories she doesn't
want to forget. Miss Crum started
flying in 1931 in her hometown,
Huntington, W. Va. After obtaining
her commercial license, Miss
Crum went to Des Moines, Iowa,
in 1940, where she set up the
first civilian pilot training pro- 4.
', gram, is similar to the present
... ROTC program.
,... Miss Crum left Des Moines and
went to Baltimore, Md. There she
took more advanced flying Instruc-
.........'-,.,>.. w -.. "'., ..,"'<,.. ,'t' .into the wild blue yon- tions -- doing acrobatics in a
-.. .. ,- ,. der, says Irene Crum, aUF now obsolete WACO UPF 7 biplane.
r "When I was working in
employe who is an ROTC
Parkersburg, W. Va., during
flying instructorat Gaines WW n," Miss Crum said, "an
ville Airport. Miss Crum, army general wired me to go to
England and fly. I was frozen,
who says she will get mar- at the time, to a government civi-

ried "when I'm too old to lian pilot training 1 I program in
doanything else"has been Parkersburg and couldn't leaveUp

N flying since 1931. She began -
ont> full pound
flying in her hometown, KC SIRLOIN I

..4 P HuntingtonW.Va.where STEAK
she obtained her commer- $1.95

cial license. a.

In 1940, she went to Des- HALF POUND =:J3
Moines, Iowa, and helped
\ organize the first civilian G"nrgia Courdty

\ pilot training program, a HAM STEAK
Ei '. type of training similar totoday's (,rlt'i 3 lied Iy frM''j
,000 LA TIM POnf oil u.. .
ROTC flight
I .
gram. _
I It takes the disciplined -

i hand of

W. fEat quality tailoringto

the ...
give just

rt a Cup of CoffeeENERJETS right trim and shapeto
+ these traditional
i fashions.

Dacron-Cotton Poplin

JIM RICHARDSON A NEW WAY 10 hp oUrl Dacron-Wool Tropicalfrom
f without harmful drwgt. ff,% ,
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Has Served as Chairman of """ TWO of .hel. condy.ityl
tobUtt, equal to en* strong
Committee On Club Societies cup of coff. and jvtt atharmUii.
'oc .
and Fraternities :. II of 10
25, y
Vote For RICHARDSON ?t 4 225 W. Univ. Ave.

City Commission Group 1P4.rol.A4O r. Ask for them at your nearest drug counter Free Customer Parking


6 The Florida Alligator Tuesday,March 10/ 1964 r


Large, comfortable front corner- 1953 Chevrolet. Recently over- EUROPEAN JOBS -. TRAVEL RentalECO

I I room. Located downtown. Ar- hauled. Radio, heater and new GRANTS for all students. Life- rCar
For SaleTwo
ranged for 2 male students. Ktich- tag. Good condition. Excellent guarding, office work, etc. For
en and other privileges. 6-4592. transportation. Call FR 2-6484. prospectus, application send $1: O-CAR. Treat your Wife to
sturdy wardrobe containers, before ASIS 22 Avenue de la an Econo-break, away from the i
(B-104-tf-c). 3 p.m. (G-113-lt-c). Dept. C., ,
may be used for storage or for Llberte, Luxembourg City, Grand routine household drudgery. $3.99 1

moving. Reasonable. Phone 376- Attractive large room in quiet 64 CORVETTE, Gold hardtop,am- Duchy of Luxembourg. plus 9?/ml. for 12 hours of escape. I

5409 after 6:30. (A-113-lt-c). modern home. .1oal for student fm radio-powerglide .. 300 H.P. (M-113-18t-p). FR 6-3644. (N-94-lt-c). !
who needs a desirable place to
P.S. P.B. positraction. 8,000
NEW HOMES IN PINE FOREST. study. FR 2-7883. (B-111-tf-c). miles never titled, trade or I

A few ready for immediate occu- straight sale. Can finance: Colin Liz's Attorney

pancy. Gainesville's fastest grow- Murphy Sigma Phi Epsilon. (G-
ing new home community. VA, I Lost & FoundLOST I 112-5t-c).

FHA financing. Hugh Edwards, Says Divorce Ok
Inc., N. E. 16th Ave. and 15th St.
2-1551. (A-70-tf-c). A pair of brown pre- I Services I .
scription sunglasses in a black
TORONTO (UPI) Elizabeth cons for the delay in the couple'swedding
case. Monday 24 in the
Mobile home 45' x 10' 2 br. $2700. Taylor's attorney said Monday plans.
vicinity of Rountree's. Please ALTERATIONS, HEMS REDONE,
Excellent condition. Call FR night he considers her Mexican The question of legality came
call ext. 2832 or bring to room 12, ZIPPERS REPLACED, TORN
6-2970. (A-110-5t-c). divorce valid because she is legally when Victor Velazquez, chairman
Florida Union. (L-112-tf-c). SEAMS FIXED. What have you to
I a resident of Mexico and is free of the International Academy of
ROLEX 16 mm roll-load turret be sewn? Mrs. Klein 372-7967. I to marry actor Richard Burton any Trial Lawyers and president of

movie camera. Normal and wide- I I (M-71-t-c). time she feels like it. the Mexican Academy of Legal

angle lenses. $100. Room 11, Wanted TYPING Thesis, Term papers and "Miss Taylor has officially Immigrated Procedures, said he believed that

Florida Union (A-lt-tf-c). Reports. Fast, Accurate, Rea- to Mexico," lawyer Miss Taylor's divorce was "null
1950-54 FORDS and sonable. electric and void." He said this was because -
3 Bedroom, 2 bath, brick home. WANTED Typed on type- Aaron Frosch said. "She has lived
$550 down, FHA financing Must CHEVROLET'S. Al Herndon's writer with elite type. Mrs. Betty there and purchased property Fisher did not answer the
sell. Owner leaving town. 2208N. Service Station. Located 916 S. E. Ogletree 4105 N. W. 13th Place. there." divorce petition, and therefore did

E. 15th Terrace. 376-8472. 4th Street. (C-83-tf-c). Phone 6-0995. (M-77-MTth-c). He said that he did not know not recognize the Mexican ccurt's

(A-112-5t-c). when the actress and Burton planto jurisdiction.
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted to CHILD CARE $8.00 week ($1.60 be married. "It is privateand Frosch indicated, however, that

share apt. located 1/2 blocks from day) Babysitting .40 hour. (any- up to them," he said. Fisher's recognition was not

J campus, $45 per month, Includingrent time). Call 2-7601. 120 N. W. There had been reports that necessary as long as the Mexican
For Rent I '
utilities, sewing machine, 9th St. (M-89-tf-c). Miss Taylor and Burton might court recognized Miss Taylor as
I T. V. and phone. 372-0736. (C- try to slip across the Canadian a legal resident of the country.

ROOMS FOR MEN -- One blockto 112-3t-c). TYPING -- Term papers, thesis, border into the United States last Canadian authorities, meanwhile -

campus. Central heat, air con- dissertations, manuscripts, weekend and wed, but Burton came have ruled out the possibility

ditioning, utilities furnished, $35 novels, IBM typewriter. Reason- down with the sniffles and the that they can marry in Canada.
per month. Double occupancy. I PersonalIn I able rates. 2-0328. 815 S. W. couple remained In their Toronto Horace Krever of Toronto, a

Arnold Realty Co. 1219 W. Uni- 10th St. (Mrs.) Helen D. Balyeat hotel. Canadian divorce expert, said the

versity Ave. (D-92-tf-c). error we charged you $3.25 (M-83-tf-c). The cold and the confusion about couple's Mexican divorces(Burton

too much on red men's oldstyle CHILD CARE Permanent basis. the legality of Miss Taylor's Mex- was also divorced by his wife Sybil
2 bedroom furnished apt. 702 N. with oversize ican divorce from singer Eddie in Mexico) were not recognized In
bicycle tires. On Home with large backyard. $10
Main $60 month. 2-3794 or 2- Fisher the Canada.
were reported as rea-
March Return
Tuesday 3. for week. Call 372-6950.3026 N. W.
1823. (D-llo-tf-c). $3.25 bicycle house. (J-110-5t-c). 13th St. (M-111-6t-p).

Need three male Atlas ICBMExplodes Dickinson
The Best shoes made
: Ortho-Vent If you are Interested in having
roommates to share large apart-
Spring-step. New spring and sum- someone iron for you in your
ment with V. Hi-Fi Large
T. mer line. For appointment call home Monday mornings (4 hrs.
Kitchen, study room. $100 per Mr. Lassman at FR 2-2880. at 75 covers summer trimester.To .
6-8801. She does excellent work
seo, call Jeff at 22880. (B-
and Is very dependable. Call me
108-tf-p). I Autos I for my recommendation 2-6229. ROSWELL, N. M. (UPI) -- An (UPI) -- Former

Call after 5:30. Mrs. Canney. Atlas Intercontinental Ballistic Sen. Fred O. Dickinson releasedan

STARTS WED. 1961 Sprite. Excellent mechanically. (M-110-tf-c). Missile being fueled with liquid outline of his platform for

Chassis clean, tonneau cover, Appliances repaired, small and oxygen exploded Monday in Its governor Monday which includes
launch silo In the planks on legislative reapportionment -
side windows and good top. Cleancar large. Charlie's Fix-it Shop, In underground
desert. There were no casual- state's rights,managementlabor -
PremiereShowing reasonable price. Call Wisser rear of Gator Groomer Laundry.
ties.It. disputes, milk price controlsand
6-3211 Ext. 5629 after 5
p.m. 1618 N. W. 1st Ave. Joining Uni-
and or weekends 2-6295. (G-113- versity post office. 2-7233 or was the second explosion in athletics.One .
less than a month at a missile unusual plank for a can-
tf-c). __ 6-9346. (M-106-tf-c).
site. A tall column of black didate for governor promises sup-
7:30 PM ONLY 1957 TR 3. Black, good tires, GARNER DRAFTING SERVICE. smoke was visible In Roswell, 33 port for establishment of a state
11 mechanically good. New top, radio Leroy lettering, charts, graphical miles away. sports and athletic commission to
Wed, March and heater. Low priced 6-0525 delineation, and preparation of International
The Air Force said there was obtain national and
ADVANCETicket after 5 p.m. (G-113-4t-c). data for Ozalid reproduction for no nuclear danger. sports events for Florida.

thesis and dissertations. 372- ..
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REGULAR PRICES story of the Probe Cures'WASHINGTON
I HEELS put on in 5 minutes

ACADEMY AWARDNOMINATIONS. 4 far west. SOLES put on in 15 minutes (UPI) The were used to repair fractured

\L FORTEXAS --.. Food and Drug AdministrationFDA bones, Larrick said, but had to
MODERN SHOE ( ) asked Congress Monday for be removed because they either

BEST ir1ffiHY11uTr REPAIR SHOP power to police the manufacture rusted in the patient's body or

(across from 1st notional bankROMP of artificial eyes, bone pins and caused infections.An .
similar prosinetic devices used FDA aide showed 23 plastic
.. Supporting Actor
by surgeons. eyes which were removed from
Director FDA staff doctors and investi- aged patients. He said they caused

Editing gators displayed a "horror" exhibit infections because of "material
DRIYI IN YNIA/II "A OF BAWDY of such devices to a special defects, poor quality material or
Art Direction
,4 N..h./.I/ 11 // Z01 Senate subcommittee frauds and poor design."
Color Cinematography NOW! 2 GREAT HITS Today the elderly.The Larrick said the FDA now has

Costume Design Tues. REFRESHING MOVIE subcommittee Is lookingInto no power to guard the quality of
open at 630; show at 7 the problem of medical quacks, such devices, and many surgeons

First Run at 8:50 GAIETY IN worthless "cures" and similar may not be able to tell If a needed

LEii f frauds that it estimated cost con- prosthetic device is made of the
'" sumers about $1 billion a year. proper material.
g p ... The committee looked over a He urged passage of a bill as

display of worthless pills and gad- part of President Johnson's con-

AN DTTo P...P.4I .RS.r. fII'IL.M 14e LOVE gets but was most Impressed by sumer protection program to give
vTom John of the lack of government control In the FDA such control.
\ V
\ \ M.Q M i 1 3579 pmplus the manufacture of ligltlmate pro- The more traditional forms of
TRYONHUSTON from sthetic devices.Dr. quackery inspected by the com-
2ndhitat/ & 10:15 --- bri I 11 I iant short--
George P. Larrick, FDA mittee included pills that did not

. Connie Francis ORANGE and BLUE chief, displayed eight different dissolve and electrical gadgets

jiii Paula Prentiss types of hip that one surgeon removed costing as much as $1,200 for
See our ad on this page from elderly patients in treatment of everything from night

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n'."v n* _r Y
iymnasts Lose TuesdayMarch 10,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 7

Florida's gymnast team lost two The
Lre matches this weekend as they

Jowed to David Lipscomb College

|7-67 and to Georgia Southern dY r UweZ

45 t.
In Friday's 2:15 p.m. clash with withMARQUIS
>LC the Gators took five out of
line events, but still lost in team

tal points. I BAESZLER
Saturday afternoon Georgia a
r't r h
five out of the eight
outhern took A died football player draws his tray for dinner. It's Saturday night
[vents scheduled as they handed the and the afternoon scrimmage has Just'ended.

ators one of their worst defeats The young Gator puts his tray on the table and sits down. But before

|>f the season. pulling his chair to the table, he sits -- stares and thinks about theday's
The gymnast teams last competition Ua practice.

of the year will be In a "Man it was hot! It's still hot for that matter. I wanted to go in

:harleston South Carolina. They after the first play: That was the one (Roger) Pettee hit me so hard on.
vlll compete in the Southern International He was all over the place today."

Gymnast League meet r Suddenly the young man's stare is a trance and he begins to relive the
vhich Is held the third weekend of days' practice.It .

Ihis month. i" .. feels like we've been here all day,but we still have two hours to go.
Teams competing will be: Florida I'll never make it.

West Virginia, Florida State, I have to block (Lynn) Matthews en this play. I'm gonna deck him.

)avid Lipscomb College, Tulane, -- missed him. Sure hope the coaches didn't see. ....?
Georgia Southern, Georgia, -4 Yea, but even if they didn't it'll still show up in the films. Those
Georgia Tech, and the host schoolhe darn films I hope they forgot to load the camera.

Citadel. I can't seem to get my breath. I sure want to go in. I don't think I

can take an hour and a halt more of this.
Mural ResultsSATURDAY
A pass just what I don't need. Why do they have to throw a pass

RESULTS now? I don't think I can make it down field for a pass.
HUME Well at least they didn't throw it to me.

Yeaton 18 Tedder 5 I don't think I could have made as good a catch as (Charles) Casey

Abbott 11 Little 2 made. He sure has a great pair of hands.
Jackson 11 Yocum 5 Why is It that nobody looks as tired as I feel. Some of the boys runa
Bigham forfeit Enwall lot more than I do but never seem to get tired. I'll bet (Alan Poe
GRAHAM and (Allen) Trammell could run all day at football practice and still
play a pretty good game of tennis that night.
Hadley 6 Slams 2
I don't think I can even make it through today's practice. We still
Cooper 15 Crandall 14
forfeit have an hour to go. I sure want to go in. I've been hit so much today
Atkins Henderson Lf:1
TOLBERT that I don't think I'll be able to get up next time. If only my nose would

stop bleeding.Ice .
South I 22 Tolbert 11 16
Noble 12 North HI 9 04 ax"' s a w" ., C U.'tw4x yF rr'M! break! I don't know what I'd do without that ice to chew on. I'm
sure I'd have quit a long time ago. If I have to go in one more time I
Tolbert III forfeit South Ground 4.
think I'll quit anyway.Oh .
INDEPENDENTAero no, here we go again. I can't make thirty more minutes. It was
5 NDEA 2
never this hard in high school. In high school I rarely lost anything,
Physics 5 Rockets 2 but in college everybody can do something better than I.

Chemistry 13 CLO 4 Boy, that (Larry) Gagner just racked me. lie's sure having a good

YESTERDAY'S RE lJL'I'S spring. lie and (Dennis) Murphy are battling it out for left tackle.
They're going to make each other the best two tackles in the South.
III 5 Physics 3

SCKTOA forfeit Newman Club :.I/Ir7'.... .' ... .H : ... .. .. .............._ ,... What was that?
Corry Village forfeit Rockets IT'S ONLY A It was the whistle. It's time to go in. I made it.
More exhausted from thinking about the day's practice the new
TOLBERT AREA: .scrimmage, but these Gator football hopeful take it
Gator pulls his chair to the table and begins to eat.
South South IV 117 5 Tolbert Weaver III II 4 5BARRY very seriously as they clash in Saturday action. The teamis Just then senior Gator John Tompson comes up and pats Mm on

preparing for its annual Orange and Blue game which the back. "Good game today, boy. You must be In good shape."
The young Gator replies, "Yes, I think I am John. Today's practice
takes place March 21 at Florida Field.GatorNetters. didn't bother me at all. As a matter of a fact I can hardly wait till
next week's practice."

One can now see what It takes to keep a man going.


P.1 Twenty-Two Game University of Florida Basketball Statistics

; :':--1 Delandlop t 1963 64
: Stetson Overall Record: 12-10
ij"O "j' SEC Record: 6-8
'i, \ t ,

..",.., DELAND (Special) The UP ten- test comes this week. Name G Fga-Fgm Pet. Fta-Ftm Pet. Rb. Pf Ttl. Avg.
"The fans here at Florida havea Henderson 22 309-147,476 103-87 .845 163 73 381 17.3
!"'; .": ,.: .."P ; nis team rolled over its fourth
r.otrwsittl. e.. victim in a row yesterday after- chance in the next three daysto Tomlinson 22 28'7-151 .527 87-60 .690 175 80 362 16.4 .
L....-A-- ...... .., noon, winning all nine matches see some of the finest tennis Baxley 22 324-124 .384 66-45 .682 69 65 293 13.3
from Stetson. played anywhere," Coach Bill Pot- II1ghley 22 16'7-88 .527 116-78 .672 235 71 25411.5
Old a "st.mp"!! The Gators, playing on the ter said. Peek 22 151-68 .451 74-40 .541 165 46 176 8.0

loser's home courts, took chargeof Starting tomorrow the Gatorsgo r' Morton 22 113-51 .451 63-42 .667 114 63 144 6.5
Spread the word with new GOLDWATER Poore 19 44-19 .432 25-11 .440 46 18 49 2.6
against Pennsylvania, one
'TRADING STAMPS' (''Trade-in John- the match from the beginningand up
son for Barry Goldwat rl"! ). The newest never let the pressure off of the finest teams in the east, Koss 17 38-19 .500 17-7 .412 34 22 45 2.6
campaign idea since the bumper-atickert! according to Potter. The Gators Sommese 11 13-3 .231 8-4 .500 8 8 10 0.9
Join the thousands who are placing this. hapless Stetson. will meet the boys from up Northat Moore 11 8-1 .125 8-4 .500 37 6 0.5
attractive gold stamp on all of their mailto Bill Tym, Steve Gardner, Gerry
help put Barry in the White House! Pfeifer, Ron Rebhuhn and Vic 2:30 p.m. on the Florida ten- Team Rebounds 141G t
Perfect for Goldwater group fund-raising nis courts. Fga Fgm Pet. Fta-Ftm Pet. Reb. Pf Ti!. Avg.
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8 The Florida Alligator TuesdayMarch 10,1964 At Counseling CenterCoed ,_
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1 was a cute, Intelligent coed, "Come in and have a seat," me what I should be, you helpme
but she needed help. said Dr. Martin pointing to a decide."
Susie looked at the sign over big, confortable chair. "That's right," he said.
the door In Building E. It said "What can I do for you?" he "How long Is this going to take?"
"Counseling; Center." Taking a asked. Susie asked.
Irk deep breath, she walked In. Susie sat down and started explaining "For vocational guidance, It
1' "I'd like to see a counselor," "I Just don't know whatI usually takes two or three inter-
r Susie said. want to do. I have so many views plus testing," said Dr. Mar
One of the secretaries lookedup interests that I can't decide what tin. "However, if it is an emo-
smiled, and handed Susie some to major In." tional problem, it can take as longas
forms, "Fine, but first we would "I see you are going to be a four to five months. Althoughwe
like you to fill these out." junior next trimester," said Dr. treat over 125 cases a month,
One form was for Susie's Martin. we work each case individually."
schedule /classes.. The other "That's the whole problem," "I don't know," said Susie, "I
was a personal data sheet. On said Susie. "I don't even know never thought about it."
dr the front of It were the usual what courses to take. I've taken Dr. Martin continued, "Some-
questions: name, address, major, music but don't want to major In times we use testing to determineyour
wdJ parent's address and occupation.On it. Art fascinates me, but I feel aptitudes, that is, we try to
the back of the personal data that I am not good enough to be find out what areas you are Interested -
sheet, Susie took more time to an artist. I've even thought aboutan in. There is an occupa-
answer. It said to check the items English: major, but I don't want tional library in this building that
you would like to discuss with a to teach English, so I'm not sure you can look through. Also we
counselor. what I'd do with it." can arrange for you to talk to
Listed were such things as "not Susie shrugged her shoulders people on campus. Someone from
being physically attractive, too hopelessly, "If I can't make up the English department could tell
little or too much social life,feel- my mind, what can the counseling you what the other possibilities
isC Ing Inferior, disappointment in a center do?" are for an English major."
love affair, home life unhappy, "There are a number of thingswe "I'll see you next week," said
confused in religious beliefs, Ineffective can do to help you," said Dr. Susie.
pa study habits, not knowing Martin. "I have already lookedat "Bye, Susie," said Dr. Martin.
{ J / 42t what I really want, needing to know your test scores such as your
e my vocational abilities." English composition test and at
Committee MeetsThe
After Susie hanued the forms the personal data sheet you filled
ii back to her, the secretary explained out. In this way, I feel I know new Legislative Council
budget and finance committee
that she would call Susie. you better, he said.
Depending on the counselor's time "But that won't help me decide meets today at 4 p.m. in the
and Susie's schedule, she would what to major in," she said. treasurer's office on the third
hear from them in from two daysto "No, we have other methods for floor of the Florida Union and
two weeks. that," said Dr. Martin. "We hold chairman James Hauser has
Interviews so you and I can discuss asked that any requests for
AT THE STYLE SHOW About four days later, Susie was
Saturday at the Florida Union, these two volunteer called. When she came for appointment your problems. I ask you money be submitted then.
New members of the com-
such don't
questions as 'Why you
she found that
I models, Dianne Selditch 1UC, left, and Mary Pearl- Martin Jr.,, director of the Dr.coun-H.T. think you are good enough to be mittee are Hauser, Floyd

stone, 1 1UC, right show off two of the show's new sty- seling service was to be her counselor an artist?'." Price, Jerry Ross, Mike Min-
"I see," said Susie, "you don'tjust ton and Mike Hollingsworth,
les. (Photo by Phil Krug) dive me tests and then tell who Is secretary of finance.

I Hub Grass Intended For Putting I

"It was intended at first to bea focal point of beauty on campus of fertilizers, soil nutrients and
putting green," said N. R. Lake, according to C. C. Green, campus varieties of grass are conducted
grounds superintendent for the UF. engineer and director. continuously by G. C. Horn, asso-
"The grass is in actuality a ciate professor of ornamental
.. The "it" refers to that pampered cooperative effort between the horticulture, explained Lake.
plot of showcase grass in front Grounds Department and the School "This winter the project for the
of the nUDe of Agriculture," said Greene. Hub grass has been an over-
The turf carpet has long been a Experiments in different types seeding experiment," said Lake.

The ground has been partially divided R
I Russian Film Showing TodayRaphael Into squares, each with a
different type of seed. The undivided -
ground has a mixture of
Green will narrate an unique documentary.
all the seeds. "With spring the
uncensored, filmed report of life General admission is 50 cents. h
winter grass will die and be replaced -
behind the Iron Curtain today at Admission for students is 30 cents. .
by a variety of summer
4 p.m. in the Florida Union Auditorium The movie-lecture is sponsoredby turf," said Lake.
the International Committee of
the Florida Union. "Often the experimental grassis
The film "Russia and Its Green Is a television and motion cut every day," continued Lake. r
People" portrays Russiansat picture producer and former "Dr. Horn uses the cut grass in
work, at play, on the collec- White House photographer. He comparative experiments of dif-
tive farms and in the city markets. Is also director-cameraman on the ferent grass varieties with differ
Green travelled thousands of miles audio-visual education staff at the ent soil nutrients fertilizers,"
through Soviet Union to film this University of Minnesota. Lake said.


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