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The i Florida. Alligator



Vol.56, No. 114 University. of FloridaGainesville, WednesdayMarch 11 1964 .
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Cabinet To Rebid





Classroom Building 1I




TALI-HASSEE (UPI) The Cabinet voted yes- did we get into this mess."
terday 1.ul for new bids on construction of a UP Atty. Gen. James Kynes suggested the new bids to
classroom building on which original bids ran$260,000 hurry a start on the building,scheduled for completionby
in excess of funds authorized by the legislature. September, 1965. The action had the effect of

throwing out the $1,392,955 bid by Guy Cleveland, Inc.
of State Adams asked sharply "how Gainesville.
Secretary Tom
.. .
Rep. Ralph Turlington 01 Ala-
chua, who was one of several leg-
islators pushing for acceptance of
the original, higher bid, approvedthe
cabinet action. He said it
More Controls' would not be a disadvantage to the
state to get the new bids.
The structure will be re-bid,
with three alternates. First, a 4
May Be ResultBy flat bid on a three-story building -
with an alternative of addinga
fourth story and an elevator if

GARY WILLIAMSStaff money becomes available. Third,
Writer the bid will Include the structureas
a four-story building, with the

Tigert may be forced to put "more controls" on enrollment by the second and fourth floors unfinished. -

state cabinet's decision to call for rebidsonthe UF classroom building, .
Harry Philpott, UF vice-president, said. Adams questioned the way the
"We are anxious to get the building, and are disappointed the first new building was planned. In response -
to his Assistant
question,
Did was not accepted," a'nupottsaid.
FIELD CUT TO THREE
Board of Control architect Robert
Graft said the confusion was caus- ...contestants for the Military Ball queen contest last

Most of the UF's classrooms are P ed by designing a building larger night. Finalists are, left to right, Paula Hicks, Betty I
now full according to Philpott, and than could be built with available
the new building is being counted L funds. Wendt, and Karen Roberts.Photo( by Phil Krug)

on to take care of increasing enrollment -
and to allow destructionof ACCORDING TO MID-EVENING. RETURNS
the old temporary buildings.


"We are pleased with the action 1'J

being taken though," said Philpott.The w' 3 3.Y Lodge High In N.H.
plan outlined will provide the '
building as soon as possible, he
added.


Blame for the mistake cannot be CONCORD, N. H. (UPI) -- Am- Lodge, who insisted throughoutthe near the Maine border.
attributed to any particular per- bassador Henry Cabot Lodge appeared primary campaign that he was Portsmouth, with all six wards
r
son, Philpott said. It was a matter Tuesday night to be the not a candidate, rolled up an especially reporting, gave Lodge 727 votesto
of the building costing more than I winner of New Hampshire's Republican good score in the East 569 for the New York governor.
-- -- --- Coast city of Portsmouth--a town
was originally estimated by con- presidential primary. He Portsmouth had gone with the
tractors and architects. DR. HARRY PHILPOTT steadily amassed a lead over Sen. considerable favorable to Rocke- winner In every presidential election -
-- Barry Goldwater and Gov. NelsonA. feller despite intensive efforts by since 1892.A .
Rockefeller.On Lodge write-in forces. clean-cut victory for Lodge
'Candid Camera'films the basis of mid-evening returns The ambassador, a native New when all the ballots are counted
Lodge -- 10,000 miles awayin Englander, also racked up a more would throw a jolt Into the presi-
Saigon and not a declared can- than creditable showing in Man- dential aspirations of Rockefellerand

Of UF Set March 22The didate --recorded margins In bell chester, the state's biggest city, Goldwater, but not necessarily
wether communities and made exceptionally which the Goldwater forces had kill them. Lodge is a longtime
good showings in terri- claimed for the Arizona conser- favorite of his fellow New Eng-
UF campus is the setting for two "Candid Camera" sequences tory considered favorable to the vative.In landers in New Hampshire.
Sunday, March 22, 10 10:30 p.m. on WJXT, Channel 4 in Jacksonville. two declared candidates. the capital city of Concord, Still, any margin of victory for
Introducing the first sequence, program host Durward Kirby tells Returns from 63 of the state's deemed pretty much neutral but Lodge--In view of the intensive
how Dr. Wayne Reitz, president of the university, telephoned a new 302 precincts gave: favorable to Rockefeller If any- campaigns by Rockefeller and
Lodge 3,996 votes; Goldwater one, also gave Lodge an edge lr. Goldwater--would project him to
student from a dormitory room adjoining the student's room. 3,478; Rockefeller 3,010; RichardM. its mid-evening returns. the forefront of GOP White House
The student amazed at a call from the president, received an Nixon 2,416; Sen. Margaret Lodge likewise made a favor- contenders.
additional surprise when, Immediately after the phone conversation, Chase Smith 286 and Harold E. able showing in the bellwether city """
Dr. Reitz walked into his room. Stassen 217. of Rochester, a coastal community
I BUlletin"

In the other segment at the

university members one calls of the'on series'Mary staff Kay Franks Files For Tax AssessorClaude

CONCORD, N. H., (UPI) --
Hamm, a sorority girl who, only
Returns from 100 of the state's
--
the night before,had been"pinned" M. "Red" Franks filed his candidacy papers yesterday for 302 precincts gave Lodge
by her boy friend. As the staffer
the office of Tax s
County Assessor. 4L rf 6,767 vptes; Goldwater 5,963;
,
presents himself to Miss Hamm, Franks was suspended from the same office by Governor Farris Rockefeller 9,012; Richard M.
presumably to take her on a date, Bryant last September because of his assessments of agriculturallands Nixon 3,974; Sep. Margaret
her indignant boy friend walks in
under the "Green Belt" law. Chase Smith 488 and Harold
on the scene. Franks, 49, now operates a real estate office. E. Stassen 382.Hoffa .
Prior to his suspension he had been elected to the assessor's office
The secrecy-shroucV-l visit of
three times and was assistant assessor for 18 years before 1952.
the "Candid Camera" staff to the
"I'll run for re-election on my record," Franks said. Files
Gator campus for these sequences
"It's a good record--better than average--and has been recognizedas
occured in late February.
such through the years. I'm thankful that an alert and Intelligent
Although a number of sequenceswere public realizes the value of experience in the assessor's office."I NewMotion
shot by the visiting crew, have always campaigned for assessor on a platform of sound,
Including some on the streets of conservative, and equalized property values, and have administeredthe
Gainesville, only the two are being affairs of the assessor's office fairly and honestly." CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (UPI)--
used now, though others may make Franks said that with the assistance of a well-trained staff he had Attorneys for James R. Hoffa filed
the program later. given "courteous, friendly, and efficient service to the people of this Jf' "J F r motions for a new trial yesterday
county." contending that "drinks" were

ControversialSpeakers Franks, his wife, and two daughters live at 338 N. E. 11th Ave.A served to the jury that convicted
veteran of World War n, he is a member of the American Legion, the Teamsters leader of jury tam -
the Presbyterian Church, Tax Assessors' Association of Florida and the per ing. The new trial motion was
International Association of Assessing Officers. waIIII supported by seven affidavits that
(Page 5)) He will be his own campaign treasurer and the Florida National charged the jury with "miscon-
Bank will be his campaign depository. CLAUDE M."RED"FRANKS duct."



2 The Florida Alligator WednesdayMarch 11 1964



11 Juniors Tapped ti ..



By Mortar Board ,

:

Mortar Board tapped 11 juniorsIn in the J. Hillls Miller Health

a midnight ceremony Sunday. Center Chapel. rr
Tapped were Gayle Bauer, 3AS; Mortar Board members are ::
Ann Chipley, 3AS; Ann Johnson, chosen on the basis of scholar-
3AR; Dina Landis, 3ED; Nancy ship, leadership, and service to R K kS
Lucas, 3AS; Gall McCaleb, 3AS; the university.
Glnny Nardi, 3AS; Cheryl Robin- "Mortar Board is not strictlya
son, 3AS; Sandy Taylor #AS;Joyce 'doing' organization, but ratherit vp jjW ,, ;wa
Thomas, 3AS; and Vicki Weithorn, is established to recognize out- 9
3ED.The standing leaders," Judy Gillis, AA a
girls will wear black caps Mortar Board editor, said.
and gowns this week as part of "A penny a minute" extended
pre-Initiation activities. Formal curfew will be sponsored by Mor- .t
Initiation will be Sunday at 3 p.m. tar Board this trimester. Under
this plan a coed may stay out past
1st Twilight curfew up to a hour provided she
pay a penny for each minute past
curfew. The proceeds will go to
Dollars for Scholars.The I .. -- .. .. -
Concert SetGator
group sponsors a ladies buffet NEW MORTAR BOARD MEMBERS

Concert Band will present Board at Homecoming Alumni, acltlve honoring members Motor, are, front row, left to right, Dina Landis, Vicki Weithorn, Gina Nardi Sandy

its first twilight concert of the and wives of state legislature Taylor; second row, Cheryl Robinson, Gayle Bauer, Nancy Lucas; third row, Ann

season The outdoor today. concert will beginat mony members.during The the Tree Christmas lighting cere-on chipley, Gail McCaleb, Joyce Thomas and Ann Johnson. (Photo by Carolyn Johnston..)

6:45 p.m. on the university's Campus program is presented by -"
Plaza of the Americas. Conrad Mortar Board. Members serveas EXTENDED TWO DAYS
Bauchka of the Department of hostesses for Mrs. J. Wayne
Music faculty will direct. Reitz and campus organizations.
The program will Include a Editor Deadline Friday
variety of marches, overtures, Peek Hits/
Boradway musical selections anda .
special flute solo by William Applications for Alligator and require two trimesters of publi- accounting professor and two stu-
Prescott, a graduate student In Bob BakerWASHINGTON Seminole staff positions for the cation experience or its equivalent dent members, Ron Spencer, 3AS,
education. summer and fall trimesters have and a 2.0 average," Epperheimersaid. and John Askins, 4JM.
Other selections Include (UPI) -- ScottI. been extended from today until .
"Morning, Noon, and Night In Vien- Peek testified yesterday that he Friday, William Epperhelmer,executive Clyde W. Wilkinson, member of Application forms are available
na" Franz tried twice in vane to get RobertB. secretary of the Board of the BSP, said the two editorial in Room 12, Florida Union. stu-
by von Suppe; "Belleof
the Ball" by Leroy Anderson; "Bobby" Baker, a close friend Student Publications (BSP), said assistants will have a chance to be dents can apply for more than one
Alexandre Lulglni's "BalletEgyp- and former Senate colleague, to yesterday. well-trained for learning whole position and all applicants will be
tian," several numbers from John give back his skyrocketing sharesin "The board would like to encourage business. notified of Interview dates.
a fast-growing Insurance firm. more applicants for these
Morrissey's "Viva Mexico," and "They will be trained in all
Baker could not return the stock Jobs by advertising at least two
selections from the Cole Porter phases of Seminole work from the All presentations will be limitedto
musical, "Can Can." because it was held by the Fidelity weeks before the deadline," he beginning of the trimester to the 15 minutes followed by a quest-
Admission Is free and the public National Bank in Oklahoma said.The end," he said. ion and answer period.
Is cordially Invited. City, Okla., as collateral againsta decision was made Feb. 20, The Publications Electoral
' Baker loan, Peek told the Sen- by the BSP to add an additional Board will appoint the people to Interview dates are as follows:
Exam Schedule ate Rules Committee. editorial assistant position to the fill all the positions after Indivi- March 19 at 7:15 p.m. for editor
Peek resigned last Septemberas Seminole staff. dual interviews have been com- and managing editor of the Alligator -
administrative assistant to Sen. "The reason for two editorial pleted. for third trimester, 1964,
AnnouncedFinal George A. Smather, D-Fla., to assistants is to train them for and first and second trimester,
go Into private business in Miami, higher positions. There is no The Electoral Board Is com- 1964-65; March 26 at 7:15 p.m.
examination schedules for Fla. Baker resigned in Miami, guarantee that they will necessarily posed of the BSP and Chancellorof
this trimester have been releasedby
the Fla. Baker resigned under fire obtain a higher post, but the the Honor Court, and Student for editor, managing editor, and
Registrar's office. the following month as Senate field of qualified personel will Body President. two editorial assistants, 1964-65
schedules
Although are listed in Democratic secretary amid disclosures not be as limited," Epperhelmersaid. Members of the BSP are JohnF. school Publications business
class schedule books the sheet year;
new he made a fortune in a Farrell, chairman, John V. third trimester, and
manager,
lists made since the books
changes host of outside business ventures. Qualifications for the two edi- Webb, assistant professor of communications Publications business mana-
were released, according Richard to Associate The committee,which is Investigating torial assistants will not apply as Clyde W. Wilkinson, ger, first and second trimesters,
Whitehead.The Registrar. H. the Baker case for"possible In the case of the other publications english professor, Delmas D.Ray, 1964-65. .
conflict of Interest,heard Peek behind positions on the Alligator IiLo.- I
mimeographed sheet with closed doors Tuesday. Com- and Seminole staffs.
schedule changes also includes notice mittee counsel Lennox P. Mc- "No experience is necessary for
of registration appointments Lendon summarized Peek's testimony the two assistant positions outsideof
for the spring and fall trimesters. 2.0 The other
for reporters aiterwards. a average. posts
University college and upper division -

during students the month will of be March sent for notices registration See What's_New in

April 23-25.appointments between Jewel Tea Company, Inc.Will .

Examination sheets may be
The Browse Shop
picked up in the Registrar's office, Be Interviewing On Campus March 17-18 For:
33 Tigert.

QUICK & EASY GUIDE TO PLAYING THE GUITAR

YOUR INCOME TAX Lasser
Fashion Summer Franchise Operators THE WRITINGS OF MARTIN BUBER

MARQUIS DE SADE .ed. Simone Beauvoir

Forecasts 100% HONEST TO GOD John A. Robinson

Graduates in Marketing NATURE OF NATURAL HISTORY .Marston Bates

I INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF EXPERIMENTAL

Dacron CrepeThe General Business, Liberal MEDICI NE. .Claude Bernard

TECHNICAL & REFERENCE
consensus of fashion Arts
experts who were polled in a RADIOTRON DESIGNERS HANDBOOK

recent convention over- .Langford Smith
whelmingly selected the new
100% dacron crepes, usually EXPERIMENTAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY .Palmer
referred to as "whippedcream Locations in Florida & OPTICAL MODEL IN NUCLEAR & PARTICLE PHYSICS
," for the number one ,
fabric for Spring 64. .Jones I
GeorgiaArrange
Gilbergs, The House of 1000
Fabrics is following this trend The BROWSE SHOP
and featuring an extensive
range of solids and prints from

$1.98 your local to $2.98 Gilberg's yd. available store at at An Appointment With University Place- Campus Shop & BookstorePage

109 W. University Ave. ment Office, Building H.

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WednesdayMarch 11,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3Queen



Elizabeth Has 4thIt's A Boy



"The queen was delivered of a son at 8:20 this
and midwife assistedin
team of five physicians a
By MARGARET SAVILLEUPI evening. Her majesty and the Infant prince are
the royal delivery, which occurred at 8:20 p.m.
Palace Correspondent "
both well.
3:20 EST.
p.m.
The baby's father, Prince Philip, exclaimed: "I
LONDON (UPI) Queen Elizabeth II gave birth The group was headed by Sir John Peel,the queen's am delighted" at news of the birth.
last night to her fourth child, a boy. The Infant surgeon gynecologist who had also assisted at the Members of the royal household promptly drank a
prince will be third in the line of succession to the birth of Elizabeth's three other children Prince champagne toast to the new prince.
British throne. Charles, 15-year-old heir to the throne; Princess The happy father called young Prince Charles at
Both the 37-year-old queen and her baby were Anne, 13, and Prince Andrew, 4. Gordonstroun School in Scotland, and Princess Anne

reported doing well following the delivery Bucking- The baby will be next In line of succession after at Bonenden School to Inform them they had a newbrother.
ham Palace. Charles and Andrew.Princess Anne goes from third to .The prince also telephoned Princess Margaret,
Crowds outside the palace broke into cheers at the fourth In line.A who also is expecting a child, and the queen mother.
news of the birth. The crowd, mostly women, had earlier than
week
The queen's child was born a
who
started gathering as word spread that the physicianshad medical bulletin signed by all five doctors
been summoned to the palace. were summoned to the palace In the evening said: expected.




I r Nixon Off( State Ballot I YALE Ruby PSYCHOLOGIST Called TESTIFIES'Abnormal' I



Florida presidential preference
TALLAHASSEE (UPI) -- The
slate of delegates formerly pledgedto ballot, the slate cannot change Its
at 7:50
EST Tuesday
whether a.m. p.m.
did not form an opinion
to run "unpledged. UPI A Yale Uni-
Richard Dlxon for President designation DALLAS ( ) -
EST, the longest session yet Jn
Ruby "knew right from wrong,
testified Mon-
was ruled off the Florida primary versity psychologist the 18-day-old trial.
ballot Tuesday AUy.Gen.James After the deadline for quality- day that Jack Ruby suffers brain when he killed Lee Harvey Oswald. Wade ledScha-
Dist. Atty. Henry
heated quarrel
he said changesor that makes him "abnormal" After a legal
no
W. Kynes. ing has passed, damage
fer through a discussion of the
removed Dr.
the ,
while was
Jury
be made in the and explosively unstable.
alterations
Kynes said since Nixon has asked can
state" a seizure. "If he
"fugue
clinical
Schafer psycholo-
a
that his name not appear on the status of a candidate. Non-technical defense witnesses Roy ,
was In a fugue state and he com-
him terribletemperedshowoff gist at Yale, was allowed to testifyat
called a
I 1 1 mitted murder," said Wade, "tell
length and In detail to start
turned him
whose rages the complex defense that Ruby the jury would he remember what
I l PATRONIZE GATOR ADVERTISERS I IA almost purple. corss-exami- was Insane when he pulled the he had done?"
But under stiff trigger. "lIe might not," Schafer re-
nation, the psychologist said heLORD
"Do you feel he does and did plied.
have an abnormal mind?" asked "My opinion that he was sur-
defense attorney Melvin Belli after fering from brain damage, and

.. .. .' .. the Jury had returned. most likely psychomotor
.' : :: ) : : .. '11 do," replied the psychologist.He epilepsy.
:8.YR..O..iN.. .... said Ruby, either becauseof At Ruby's bail bond hearing in
l[ 1' December, Schafer described psy-
; a physical brain injury or encephalitis -
chomotor epilepsy as a rare formof
(sleeping sickness),
'
.
.. : .
.. .
the disease characterized by
'
normally to stan-
;, '. ', failed to respond

SUNDRIES: &. COSMETICS dard The tests.court recessed until 10 sudden forgetfulness.emotional outburstsand


.L ..*, ;;;L II
Plane DownIn
U.S.


'. ''IEM .; R.! A fMf. l I t. OLD...f J. .K A POCTED 'A .!::ef.ll'' : East Germany


HPUEiL ON'; IHESA CORNER

..' .. .'. '.' .'
WIESBADEN, Germany (UPI) department does not know anything
'
: \ '; j An unarmed U.S. Air Force re- more about their fate."
; ; '
} ; .. \ ; [I connassance jet bomber was shot The U.S. Air Force European
down by Soviet forces yesterdayover headquarters s aid the twin-jet
East Germany. An Air Force RBC6 was on a routine training
': spokesman said there was evidencethe flight over West Germany whenIt

,,, three crewmen parachutedfrom apparently became lost and
': the plane. strayed across the border into East
..
.\.1'..:\;: Their fate was not known. Germany. It crossed the border
The United States protested the near the main corridor to Berlin.
action and asked Russia to instruct U.S. officials said lheywero"
East German authorities to in any doubt" that the plane had
cooperate In returning the been shot down.

crewmen, and the wreckage.In .
Washington, a Defense Department The plane was from Toul-Ro-
spokesman said, "We sleres, France, and the Air Force
have Information that the three said It "was briefed to fly a
crewmen parachuted from the air- practice mission over West Ger-

.. craft. That Is all we have. The many.Contestants .


DISCOUNT ON SUNDRIES Set For

I


& COSMETICS Beauty-Beast JudgingJackie


_
Manard (K.D.), Joe Le- has received the most votes and
Bas (S.X.); Deedee Briggs (Tri! must be crowned as the Beauty

) Delt), Guy Junger(3.N.) and Patti and the Beast respectively and
SUN GLASSES l Effron (A.E. Phi), Richard Keely each awarded a trophy.
20% DISCOUNTLORD (A.T.O.), are set to compete a- Since the beasts on this campusare
SUN TAN LOTIONS { gainst each other for the Beauty so numerous we must have
and the Beast Contest which Is some way to limit the number of
being held on campus March 14- contestants. For this reason we
19. The contest Is being spon- are contacting the women In the
sored by the Circle K Club and sororities and In the dorms and
all money contributed will be asking them to select someoneto
\ turned over to the World University run as the Beauty and to get
I t Service. in contact with the men In the

the and fraternities or dorms and have
The purpose of Beauty
the Beast contest Is to find from them put up one of their membersas

among the students here on campus Beast
j'j the best looking girl and the biggest If you are interested In participating -
beast. We are asking the In this contest please have
Beauty and the, Beast to run asa the name of the two contestants
BYRON team and to canvas the campus submitted to Bruce Bell, room
during the week of March 14-19 211 or the Florida,Union no later-
for votes. 'Of course, votes will than ,3:00p.m.., March 13th. If
come In.the form of money. The you have any questions concerningthe
SUNDRIES & COSMETICS team that turns In the most money contests please call Jim Weber'

at the end of the week obviously at FR 6-2802. .
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Page 4 The Florida Alligator WednesdayMarch 11 1964


led-I. cQ) i.aI.s;
W




Zap-You're A CommitteeOur ji fliUoD


favorite group, the Legislative Council, has done it again. Out
at least this time there was SOME opposition.

Last Friday, the rules and calendar committee, which is in chargeof

the council's organizational structure, considered a proposal by
Student Government vice president Dick Cover (Gator Party) to elimi-

nate a part of the bureaucratic committee system that: as hung onto

the council tike a fourth trimester pledge.

But the committee decided the council could not possibly function
'
with any LESS committees and, in fact, needed still another one to

really do the job right.
The extra group is a lulu too. It's a resolutions committee which

council minority leader Earl Barker(Gator Party)termed a "committeeon

committees put commas and periods in the right places in
resolutions."

We presume by this Barker agrees with Gober that a bundle of

commutes Is not
Gober makes a necessary.good point. "Don't make Legislative move we form a committee to evaluate the committee we formed to

with useless committees. It's fine to have evaluate the charge that we form too many committees I
but I can't see the merit of appointing committees

lines on a Blue Key application in a few years."
The key point in the disagreement is whether there Casual Observations

to keep a miser's dozen groups busy. Although it Mickle

the present personnel on the committees, judging from
we think not.Majority The Alarm Rings Eternal

leader L. C. (Buddy) Dlalh (V.O.T.E.

a committee in one area couldn't do all the things
one project can be accomplished, it justifies a By WAYNE NORFLEET
Since there are a total of 11 standing committees in Editorial Editor

by the committee (including the excuse committee),
this Is the number of projects the new Legislative "Florida Alligator" It is the belief of many people that a sense unused for a while beginsto
accomplish In the next year? be a mirror In which atrophy, and ultimately loses its effectiveness. Carrying the beliefa
an image of its read- bit further, there is a fear in some circles that many of us are

this reason, I read ignoring our basic senses to the extent that we recognize only the
"students" to read
my most common and overpowering stimuli, and a myriad of sights,

; Spring (NOde) (Of ) over Page 1 of sounds and smells, drift invisibly on the wings of insensitlvity.

2 -- or was it 4 --
tr It I left), I was ANNOYED Since this column is entitled "casual observations," I decided to go

t r 'Negro.' To me, on a concerted campaign of revitalized sensitivity.

EDITOR: who Mickle Is not a 'Ne This decision has prompted a completely new response to the life

dulcinea, mullah. Is merely a member that, only a few weeks ago was so mundane and indifferent.

but his taste body ((3AS).
V ...so to h with dustballs and led to scandals in
Is print today
Beginning with the first blurred Impressions of early morning semi-
expired asst'ships and poops and they found him of
I "minority consciousness, I have begun a searching inquiry into the nature of
writing dirty theses. The time Is nullah. that
fact Is "Ken
The
\ the environment which presents itself so faithfully for my inspection.The .
out of joint except for Floridians or... of the Student
alarm rings eternal In the human ear; and the sharp jangling
who contemplate sun on skin, content there is Mickle's
S. P. name
' invades the luxuriant warmth of my electric blanket. The cold, unyielding -
to be..oh ohohumm empyrean placeboto In the Student Govern
,1 confrontation with the tiles, the hiss of water in alternatingwaves
day, cerulean spotted! The ole- palliatively
of discomforting broil and freeze are followed by the rough
ander raises bare but withy arms or... and the faculty
swath of towel over a broasted back. A bleary eyed stare through a
In supplication to now salubrious a parietal are to have any
fogged mirror returns an image commercial
up resembling a shaving
elements. Someone there has mire
up Student Government and
picked up in a fringe area..of Mad magazine. The deep red, tracesan
y heard, for faint green shoots are met a then one must
intricate path down across the craggy face until it blends with the
fuzzing up, sap propelled, pullu- cat. KK recommended
shaving cream to create a blushing pink response to the gutteral expressions -
lating. Viability always..amaranthine ...see how the SPM was QUALIFIED
of discontent filling the air.
whispers.... SPRING! with fun ideas for -- not because he
The bristling swish of the toothbrush and the cathartic gurgle of
be a real great by the "Alli
...and where am I yet but study. ratiocination and evil tasting mouthwash restore a semblance of freshness to the oral

ing for the verbal GRE (Graduate humor Is the cavity; the taste of which, moments before, resembled a cavern where
Caveat forty seven bearded nomads had built their
Record Exam.). emptorj campfires.
bral hip Fla."I
no
W. A. Clark, Jr.
My otiose opinion (peroration) is - - -
brous, idiopathic, I fear to sign my
is Nev-
that my quiddity vellelty. vol remain silent.
ertheless, the lucubration is a tl The brisk clean smell of a winter morning, and the stale pungent

peachy exercise nevermind the cfulsomepreclous aroma of cigarette smoke, combine to rob the sounds of the morning

denouement. I fight a lymphatic Note: The story to lecture of Inflection; and as the droning voice drifts behind the curtainof

brain, a caducous memory pricked ote rlcc ryptl refer Is in the March consciousness, other pursuits are necessary to keep my spirit

only by a plethora of nubile ...from the of The Alligator. Since from following. Thus the pause to consider the result of a young
words languising in desuetude in this austral is the first Negro in Picasso's effort at carving; the neat grooved alabaster symmetry

study books and dictionaries.Taste to hold a Student observed by looking down the middle of an open package of peppermint

my own beef-tasty GREvy for macerated (SG) office, we judged Life-Savers; and the Interesting flash of a shapely leg from a skirt

minds... to be newsworthy; the that hangs in a position of calculated tantllization. The warm flushof

mentioning this fact, embarrassment, comes with the realization that the last few secondsof
to limn a paradigm: (Editor's Note:
give Mr. Mickle's quali- silence have been focused on me by following the furious glare ofa
fellah Abdullah ? ...withhold
there once was you
to list other appoint- lecturer Ignored; and the smirking amusement of the crass masses

at the same time. We who think a person must be nuts, Just because he goes around "ob-
Inferred that the ap- serving" things.

The Florida was made on the basis - - - -

Served by United Press International

Editor .............................................................. Dinner provides. veritable landslide of stimuli, which my sharpened

Managing Editor ................................................ senses can delicately savor: The bustling undertone of silverware

Assistant Managing Editor ................................... and dishes being manhandled Into submissiveness, the soft delicate

Editorial Editor ................................................. taste of luke-warm mashed potatoes superimposed over the sharp

Sports Editor ................................................... remembrance of peppermint, and the warm response of coffee trickling

Feature Editor .................................................. down my sleeve as I make a detached observation of the Interesting

Campus Living Editor ....................................... a mis..prlntconcern- flash of a shapely leg from a skirt that.....
on the Jordan cri-
Editorial Assistants .... Ernie Litz, Gall - - - -
original letter I stated
Betsy Garrison, Steve Vaughn, Sue Dobbie,
NATIONS
parti-
Chandler, Pete Hathaway, and Dave Berkowitz. not the United And so the day unfolds in a continuous series of revelations vying
.... Jim Castello Phil Hevener Joel Gaston ,
Reporters for my attention; with me striving to envelope each one in a soft embrace -
Carol Nobis, Ann Carter, Joe Kollln, Agnes Michael Stanfield of appreciative consideration.There .

Judy Teich, Evan Engle, George Mlms, Phil Geyer are many more encounters with life which I consider worth

Becky Quinn, Larry Zimmerman, Jackie sharing (such as the different types of characters that make havocof

Gary Williams, Don Davis, Sue Haugsted, Joyce study in the library, the attitudes of the different people delivering

Elmore, David Sumner.. Jay Haviser, Joe letters to The Alligator, and the interesting flash of a shapely leg...)
John Clendenon, Nancy Brachey, Tom Mlllsaps, lg at or welcomes but they, In the interest of interest must be delayed for a more opportune
Marty Lurie, and Vicki Boggs. to The Editor from time..and a more liberal editor.In .

the meantime I must attempt to resist the efforts of a hummingair
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official must be signed. conditioner, twelve clicking typewriters and three loudmouth reporters -

E the University of Florida and Is published five be withheld when from beating my powers of observation back into an opiate
I during the months of May, June, and July, when Is printed only If glow of semiconsciousness.And .

published. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is entered just cause to do so. I I think I'm losing the batUel!

i matter at the United States Post Office at Gainesville, W. C. N.
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kick off Gator Gras activities this will also enable some "lucky"boy

year. to win a dab with the queen.

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0 .. This is thesixthjearGatorCrasill

be held on Friday and Satur- More Economy

I- day of this week.

"Gras provides an opportunity

during the spring trimester for 'High' PointEconomy

competition among various campus -
I to
organizations, according

Al Leonard, Gator Gras chair- In government and an

A 31 man. honest campaign were the two

\, main pledges of gubernatorial
Sponsored by the Florida Union
hopeful, Robert King High of Miami -
Doard for Student Activities, Grasis
; at a Florida Blue Key Ban-
becoming a regular spring Unit
quet last night.
activity that the whole campus can
King said he would Inject a''new
y participate in, he said.
mood" into Florida politics and
"We hope for a big appeal to
added, "I keep my campaign pro-
the indepondants who are without "
mises.
regular fraternity parties."
Bidding on insurance needs, he
Emphasis this year Is being!
said Is one of the methods for
placed on those events which have
--, "" <::1 ;,,;,/lI II most popular in the past. economizing in state government.King .
proven pointed out he had saved the

GATOR GRAS TROPHIES of Miami
city over $100,000 per
Prizes for Gras are supplied by

AI Leonard Gator Union Board while participating year by calling for bids on city
are inspected by Gras chairman, and left to right, Helen Insurance.

Pittman, Anne Curtis, publicity chairman, and Joy Cherry. Gator Gras begins organizations This year prizes build (the will booths.range In Placing money in banks that draw

this Friday with a student leader banquet. (Photo by Carolyn Johnston) size from small items such as the best interest is another way
of said At
economizing, High.
rubber spiders and toy alligators,
present, there are about $24 million -
to larger prizes including gift
of tax funds not
certificates supplied by Gainesville drawing any
I New Rules merchants.The Interest. "That means someoneis

using your tax money free,"
award for the outstanding
Welcome he added.
Thomas student leader of the year will be
High called for a reapportionment -
presented at the Friday banquet.
Put MoreEmphasis of the state legislature--
Carnival activities will beginat
that would "reflect the will
7:00 p.m. Saturday night. A one
As Flowers'By of the majority of the people."
May street dance is expecte to beginat "
the same time. lie pointed out how a 35 year old

law concerning distributionof

Student Government PresidentKen gasoline tax money accordingto
At 8:15 p.m. the talent show Is
Is unfair."I .
Kennedy stated earlier thatit population
Staff Writer
was his belief that the cam- TALLAHASSEE (UPI) -- Per- scheduled. A $50 first prize am for the abolition of the
sons studying to be teachers can and a $25 second prize will be
(Editor's Note: This is the third pus and the administration neededto State Rail Roads Assessment
put more emphasis on the sub- awarded to the winners. "
Board High said. "Special Industries -
part of a five-part series dealing be "conditioned"for controversial ,

with the Issues involved in pre- speakers but Reitz disagreed."It's ject they will teach and less on Crowning of Gator Gras Queen should be required to pay

senting a controversial speaker" not necessary to conditionthe teaching methods under new certi- will take place at 10:15 p.m. Tic- their fair share."

on the University of Florida cam- campus. I don't feel an NAACP fication regulations adopted yes- kets will be sold for use at the High said he wants to be govenor
terday by the State Board of Edu- of the state but feels truth Is
pus.) speaker is too controversial, concessions and also for admissionto ,

"I 1 would definitely say no to having Reitz said. "The students are quite cation. the talent show. more Important than victory.
The revised rules recommended -
,
an active Communist speakeron capable of defining the truth. ButI
by state School Superintendent
campus," UF President J. draw the line at those speakerswho
Thomas D. Bailey after a 13-
Wayne Reitz said.Controversial are active Communists.
months study give teacher training
JIM RICHARDSON
In '
speakers gen- Non-controversial personalities .
institutions in Floridabroad flexi-
,
eral are welcome on campus but dealing with a controversial
ble authority to determine teacher
active Communists are not. That subject will be OK," Reitz said.

sums up the administration's pol- "But I consider Communists to be training programs. Has Been Faculty Advisor ..
"We ask only that the
programs
icy on the subject, as expressed by controversial persons.
To A TO Fraternity
show intiative and keep up with
President Reitz in an interview "Now Norman Thomas is a controversial -
modern trends," Bally said.
recently. personality but he hand
For years, state legislatorsand
"My views on the subject have les himself with dignity. I don't RICHARDSONCity
Volt For
others have complained that
not changed since the U. S. Com- agree with all his beliefs but I Commiiiion 1 1IN.Pol.A40
certification regulations put too Group
munist Party requested permis- admire him as a person," Reitz
much
emphasis on teaching
sion to send a speaker to the added. "He is as welcome on cam- /
teachers
campus In 1962,"Reitz said."This pus as the flowers in May."
what to
position may be considered illogical The student in college Is encouraged -

by some, and perhaps rightfully not to accept facts as

so, but that's the way It Is.' presented but to search out the

Guest speakers are brought to truth--to satisfy his desire to Applications

the campus by the public functionsand know by getting the facts first

lectures committee com- hand. How can this be done if

mittee composed of faculty mem- certain ideas are refused expos-

bers. Invitations prepared by the ure on campus?

committee are signed by Reitz who "I encourage every student to

has the final authority of approval find out all he can about commu- as indicated:

under the Board of Control. nism," Reitz said. "But, he can

Should the Public Functions and learn without having a Communist

Lecture Committee agree to Invite speaker invited to the campus. We V/'EDITOR and MANAGING EDITOR, ALLIGATOR3rd

a speaker unacceptable to Reitz, don't invite criminals to speak in l'

such as a Communist, would he the University Auditorium so stu- Trimester, 1964 ,.. .'",'":;/.

take positive action to keep the dents can learn about crime,do we? >/ EDITOR and MANAGING EDITOR, ALLIGATOR

speaker off campus? "Should some group outside the 1st and 2nd Trimester, 1964-6b

"This Is a hypothetical situation campus community present aCom-
/EDITOR MANAGING EDITOR EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS
and two
i would not sign the Invi- munlst speaker I would urge stu- ,

tation and what else I would doI dents to attend," Reitz said. "I SEMINOLE, 1964-65 School Year

don't know," Reitz said. "The would probably attend myself. But
1964
PUBLICATIONS BUSINESS MANAGER, 3rd Trimester,
problem has never come up andI not on campus because no Com-

really don't expect it to." munist will appear here as aguest PUBLICATIONS BUSINESS MANAGER, 1st and 2nd Trimesters, 1964-65

"Perhaps we don't have a bal- of the university.

anced program of speakers. I "Communists have caused too

have noticed a general falling off much suffering and misery in the DEADLINE: 5 p.m. Friday, March 13, 19o4

In the number of highly recognized world to be received as guest on Application forms are available in Room 12, Florida Union. They must be .
speakers this No doubt this view
presented on campus, campus. and returned the above deadline. will be notifiedof
completed by Applicants
Reitz added. "Three or four years may seem illogical, but this is .

ago we were having more liberals how I feel about the subject," he interview dates. 110, ':

than today. As I recall we have added. Board of Student Publications:. !

never had a real 'rabble-rousing' (Tomorrow -- what the pro- ., "'.. '."'''' ..x.
controversial speaker." fessors think.)






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Zenith Dual-Channel stereowalnut ALTERATIONS, HEMS REDONE,

I For Sale I cabinet. Original cost $265. I r Lost & FoundLOST 1 I ZIPPERS REPLACED, TORN
Must sacrifice for $150. Perfect I Autos SEAMS FIXED. What have you to

condition 376-8722. (A-114-2t-c). be sewn? Mrs. Klein 372-7967.

3 Bedroom, 2 bath, brick home. 1961 Sprite. Excellent mechanically. (M-71-t-c).

$550 down, FHA financing. Must A pair of brown pre- Chassis clean, tonneau cover,
I
L For Rent CHILD CARE $8.00 week ($1.60
sell. Owner leaving town. 2208N. scription sunglasses in a black side windows and good top. Clean
day) Babysitting .40 hour. (
E. 15th Terrace. 376-8472. case. Monday February 24 in the car reasonable price. Call Wisser any-
time). Call 2-7601. 120 N. W.
A-112-5t-c .
( )
2 bedroom furnished apt. 702 N. vicinity of Rountree's. Please 6-3211 Ext. 5629 after 5 p.m. 9th St. (M-89-tf-c).
Main $60 month. 2-3794 or 2- call ext. 2832 or bring to room 12, and or weekends 2-6295. (G-113-
NEW HOMES IN PINE FOREST.A Florida Union (L-112-tf-c .
)
1823. (B-llO-tf-c). tf-c).
few ready for immediate occu- TYPING -- Term papers, thesis,
pancy. Gainesville's fastest grow- .1957, TR 3. Black, good tires, dissertations, manuscripts,
ing new home community. VA, FOR RENT -- Need three male LOST: Gold ring with black sa- mechanically good. New top, radio novels, IBM typewriter. Reason-

FHA financing. Hugh Edwards, roommates to share large apart- phlre and 4 small diamond chips. and heater. Low priced 6-0525 able rates. 2-0328. 815 S. W.

Inc., N. E. 16th Ave. and 15th St. ment with T. V., Hi-Fi, Large Sentimental value. Very generous after 5 p.m. (G-113-4t-c). 10th St. (Mrs.) Helen D. Balyeat

2-1551. (A-70-tf-c). Kitchen, study room. $100 per reward. No questions asked. 1963 Tempest convertible. Mid- (M-83-tf-c).
person covers summer trimester.To Please call 372-9128 and ask for
see, call Jeff at 22880. (B- night blue-color. 8000 miles CHILD CARE Permanent basis.
Bill Tessler. (L-114-lt-p).
Mobile home 45' x 10' 2 br. $2700. $1995. Owner getting married.
108-tf-p). Home with large backyard. $10
Excellent condition. Call FR 6-8904. (G-109-5t-c).
week. Call 372-6950.3026 N. W.
6-2970. (A-110-5t-c). Large, comfortable front corner- LOST Pair of orange-tinted,
13th St. (M-lll-6t-p).
room. Located downtown. Arranged brown prescription glasses. Lost 64 CORVETTE, Gold hardtop, am-
BOLEX 16 mm roll-load turret for 2 male students. Ktich- March 9. Please call Dave 372- fm radio-powerglide' H.P.
small and
movie camera. Normal and wide- en and other privileges. 6-4592. 9190 Room 895 or bring to Room P.S. P.B. posltraction. 8,000 Appliances repaired,
Charlie's Fix-it In
angle lenses. $100. Room 11, (B-104-tf-c). 12,- Florida Union. (L-114-lt-c). miles never titled, trade or large. Shop,
Florida Union (A-lt-tf-c). straight sale. Can finance: Colin rear of Gator Groomer Laundry.
Attractive large room in quiet Murphy Sigma Phi Epsilon. (G- 1618 N. W. 1st Ave. Joining University -

Stereo amplifier 50 watt Heath modern home. Ideal for student I I 112-5t-c). post office. 2-7233 or
Wanted
Integrated amplifier 2 years old. who needs a desirable place to 6-9346. (M-106-tf-c).

$50. 376-7491. (A-114-lt-c). study. FR 2-7883. (B-111-tf-c). GARNER DRAFTING SERVICE.

WANTED 1950-54 FORDS and I Real Estate I Leroy lettering, charts, graphical

1960 Moped .. cheap dependable Air-Conditioned efficiency apart- CHEVROLETS. AI Herndon's delineation, and preparation of

transportation. Priced for Imme- ments. Suitable for 2-3 people, Service Station. Located 916 S. E. data for Ozalid reproduction for
diate sale. See at 912 S. W. 7th $70 per month. 1829 N. W. 2nd 4th Street. (C-83-tf-c). 10% TO 25% CASH RETURN FROM thesis and dissertations. 372-

Ave. Apt. 2 after 5 p.m. (A- Ave. Suitable for 3-4 people $100 RENTAL PROPERTY. Real Estate 8008. (M-107-10t-c).

114-lt-c). per month. 1518 N. W. 4th Ave. FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted to in the Gainesville area Increases NESTOR'S.
TV RADIO HIFI
in value ,
Tenants pay electric only. Also share apt. located 1/2 blocks from everyday 50%
SERVICE. Tubes checked free.
Microscope A-O Spencer Mon- available fall month profit and more from buying and
for trimester. Call campus, $45 per Includingrent Free Estimates. Next to Florida
ocula; 4 lenses (Scan. 10x44x97) utilities machine re-selling small tracts of acreage
evenings 6-4353. (B-114-tf-c). sewing ,
Bookstore
parking lot. 1627 N.W,
2 eyepieces, complete with case. T. V. and phone. 372-0736. (C- (5 to 25 acres). Give yourselfa
1st Ave. Phone FR 2-7326. (M-
Reasonable offer accepted. Call 112-3t-c). break and let me give you some
Car Rental examples and ideas and then 67-MWF-c).
FR 2-7555. (A-114-3t-c). I I judge
for yourself. Call Wayne Masonco

25 II. P, electric starting, out ECONO-CAR. Treat your wife to Arnold Realty Co., 372-3522. .$ATo1.Z CLASSIF1EASSET' (
I PersonalIn I (I-110-MWF-c).
board motor. 16' gator trailer.
an Econo-break, away from the S
Remote control, and sterring wheel routine household drudgery. $3.99 .E uLTS.

$225 Call FR2-9307 after 7:00p.m. plus 9ml.? for 12 hours of escape. I Services I
(A-114-3t-c). error we charged you $3.25
FR 6-3644. (N-94-lt-c).
too much on red men's oldstyle
bicycle with oversize tires. On A wStudy
HEELS put on in 5" minutes Tuesday March 3. Return for EUROPEAN JOBS TRAVEL r

SOLES put on in luminous BARRY $3.25 bicycle house. (J-110-5t-c). GRANTS for all students. Life-
----------- guarding, office work, etc. For

MODERN SHOE The Best shoes made: Ortho-Vent prospectus, application send $1:
Dept. C., ASIS 22 Avenue de la
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REPAIR SHOP LDAtti Spring-step. New spring and sum-
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Duchy of Luxembourg.
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NEED STUDENTS ... .,
treasurer; Abbott Herring, confeience will oe Mis. c. SCHOLARSHIP PROPELLER CLUB '

More than 200 student staff rush chairman; JohnGentry, T. Wells, resident of coun- A $500 a year agricul- A delegation from Jacksonville -

members are needed to ade- alumni relations chairman; selor of Jennings. tural scholarship has been Propeller Club will

quately take care of the expected and Ed Hedstrom, sergeant- Carol said the: in
by having established by the Florida participate a panel dis-
4,000 entering fresh- at-arms. elections and workshopnow Thoroughbred Breeder's cussion with Gainesville

men next fall.Orientation. the new officers will Association at the Univer- Propeller Club Wednesdayat

group leaders be able to learn the dutiesof sity of Florida, accordingto 7:30 p.m. in room 18,

and staff are selected on EDUCATION DAMES their respective offices M.A. Brooker, Dean, of Matherly Hall. Final plans
basis of Interest and abi- Education Dames
the will
and return next year as experienced the College of Agriculture.The for a trip to Jacksonvillewill
meet tonight at 8 at
lity. the
leaders. scholarship became also be made.
Applications can be pickedup home of Dr.and Mrs.Eugene
effective Jan. 1, 19C4 and
In Tigert Hall, room 128, Timmerman, 3,4*8 NW 11th
will be limited to Florida
from 8 a.m. to noon and 1 Ave. Guest speaker will be WORK FEATUREDTwo
GUEST SPEAKERDr. residents who are membersof
to 5 p.m., Monday through Dr. J.B. Hodges, director of compositions by
R. J. Farley, dean 4-H Clubs or the Future
P. K. Yonge Richard W. Bowles
Friday. Laboratory asso-
emeritus of the College of Farmers of America.SCHOLARSHIP .
School. Final plans for the ciate professor of music and
Law, University of Mississippi -
Easter egg hunt will be dis- director of bands at UF are
PHI DELTA KAPPA cussed. Education student will be guest speakerat included in "Concert Car-

The UF chapter of Phi wives are cordially invitedto the Florida Conference on For a freshman student nival," an album of train-
Pre-Legal Education Satur-
the meeting and to Interested In Agriculture, a for intermediate
Delta Kappa, honorary edu- join dav. Ing pieces
cation fraternity, will the Dames. The twoweek expense paid bands recently published in
conference
spon- scholarship at Camp Mini-
New York.
Initiate 16 new members sored jointly by the UF Col-
wanca Stony Lake Michigan
,
,
Friday afternoon at the J. The Bowles selections are
lege of Law and
Hlllls Miller Health Center. ALPHA DELTA SIGMA Association Pre-Law August 17-30, Is available, the Latin American "Con- .+
begins Fridayat and for senior in agricul-
a cert Cha Cha" and trom-
a
The annual Phi DeltaKappa Alpha Delta Sigma adver-
3 p.m. and ends Saturday
ture two-week visit to the
a bone novelty "Slide Kelly
Initiationbanquet will take tising fraternity pledges night at a banquet.Dr. ,
home office research "
place at 6:30 p.m. Fridayat have discovered the way to Farley will speak on Slide.
facilities of the Ralston-
the University Inn. Spea- beat Initiation costs! As "The Future of the Legal additionto BANQUETDr.
Purina Company, in
ker for the banquet is Dr. their pre-Initiation project Profession."
the two week camp.August Clarke Williams, deputy -
C.U. Smith, head of the they carried signs adver-
2-30 is offered. Interested director of Brookhaven
,
sociology department at tising local merchants.The .
students should call at the National Laboratory and
Floi A. and M. Univer- signs are sold for$15
LOAN FUNDA Dairy Science Building and president of the American
sity. a side to defray the $35
new loan source for secure application blanks Nuclear Society (ANS), will
Initiation fee.
law students will provide from Mrs. New, Room 102. be the main speaker at a

DELTA THETA PHI short-term loans to help law Applications must be in by banquet given by the UF

I Delta Theta Phi legal fra- students with unforeseen financial March 20. chapter of ANS. He will

ternity announced the elec- WSA WORKSHOP difficulties. deliver an address on "Re-

Awareness. search and the University
tion of new officers for next "Through Law students may obtain
trimester and the pledgingof Concern" will be the themeof application blanks for loans FOREIGN VISITA Atmosphere at Brook-

the third annual WSA Officers from Ron Clark or Tom foreign visit to one of 38 haven."

thirty-one new membersat Training Conference Freeman, co chairmen. countries is now being The banquet will be heldat

pledging ceremonies re- Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to Loans will be processed by offered with transportationcosts the University Inn at 6:30

cently. 12:30 In Jennings Hall. The student members of the fund paid for. The summer p.m. Thursday. Tickets

New officers Include Ron conference will be for newly committee. A small service stay in a private home will ($2.75 each) and further information -

Clark, president;Bob Breen, elected officers of the wo- charge to cove processing cost $900-$100. Apply to: can be obtained

vice-president; Chic Holden, men's residence halls. will be the only cost to the Experiment for International from the Department of Nu-

secretary; Truman Skinner, Keynote speaker for the student. Living, Putney, Vermont. clear Engineering.

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last year's national $2,000 goal during the 1964 drive.A house last night.

Heart Fund record for single chapter check for $2,041.18 was pre- Two 27-inch trophies were UF Monday announced acceptance of a $25,992 contract with

contributions, the Universityf sented to Mrs. Leon Henderson of awarded to Phi Delta Theta fraternity the Peace Corps for major administrative and Instructional assistanceIn
) Florida Sigma Phi Epsilons the Alachua Heart and Phi Mu
County Councilat sorority for training 43 volunteers headed for the Dominican Republic.The .
SPE) collected more than their a banquet at the SPE fraternity collecting the most money for the training program in rural community action for the Dominican
--::r"fwi.. -LL. Heart Fund.
I Republic is already underway and Involves 14 UF specialists In areas

Phi Delta Theta collections extending from agriculture to political science. It is believed to be the
JIM RICHARDSON totaled $646.44 and Phi Mu col- only Peace Corps contract of this

lected $281.44. nature awarded a southern uni-
as ; SPE president Gary Arnold
versity. It is conducted at the
Is Honorary Member Of thanked the groups for their sup- Peace Corps' Camp Crozier In

Florida Blue port. Peace Corps Puerto Rico.
Key "Not only did you help the Heart The 43 trainees come from all

Fund," he told the fraternity and I parts of the United States.Dr. .

sorority representatives, "butyou Pact ApprovedA LyleN. McAlister,Director
Vote For RICHARDSONCity have greatly enhanced public feel- of the University's Center for Lat

Commission Group 1 1t ing toward fraternal organiza- contract between the UF and in American Studies is project coordinator -

<(
Runners-up In total collectionswere faculty members to train Peace E. T. York, Provost for Agricul-

Alpha Gamma Rho fraternityand Corps volunteers in Puerto Rico ture, is planning and directing the

Chi Omega sorority. They has been approved by the State technical studies phase of the program -

added $104.00 and $109.87 respec- Board of Control, announced Dr. .

How much do you know about Latin A 140-PAGE tively to the fund. L. N. McAlister of the UF Centerfor The University will apply long

America? About the Alliance for Prog: REPORTress At the banquet SPE Pres. Garv Latin American Studies yesterday established Latin American Inter-
?Ate Yanquis to blame for Latinos'shortcomings' Arnold announced that the Pan- .
PREPARED FORTIME'S ests and its strong technical and
What does the Moscow-
Council all
hellenic representing
LATINAMERICA to train the
mean to Lima, Caracas, PUBLISHER professional programs
Peking split
UF sororities, is not planning to The program, which involves 43 Peace Corps volunteers.In .
Managua? Can free enterprise cope IS AVAILABLE
of Latin continue their endorsement of the volunteers at the Peace Corps
with the staggering problems
America? TO COLLEGE annual campus drive against Heart Camp Crozier in Puerto Rico, began announcing the university'srole

These are some of the questions that STUDENTS ANDEDUCATORS Disease."It Feb. 12 and will last until in the training i program,

UPCLOSE TIME'S Special Correspondent John was a definite step in the May 21. The volunteers are being President J. Wayne Reitz said,

Scott set out last summer to answer wrong direction when Panhellenlc trained for a rural development "The people of Florida will be
'How Much Progress is
firsthand. report to ruled not to participate in this program in the Domincan Republic. pleased to learn that the UF is
the result -a 140 page
TIME'S publisher. It is the twelfth in drive in the future,"' he charged. participating In a great national

a series of annual studies Scott has effort."

been making for TIME analyzing major The university is also providing

political, economic and social develop- lecturers for basic instruction of

ments throughout the world. volunteers in American Institutions -
"How Much Progress?" also includes a r.
comprehensive bibliography and com CASH 1F and values, and in studies

parative tables on Latin American pop which deal with Latin American

ulation GNP exports, prices, mone society and culture; particularlywith

tary stability, U.S. investments, and the Dominican Republic and

food production. its people, Dr. McAlister said.
A copy of Scott's report on Latin Amer

ica is available to students and edu MARION MNANCE The College of Agriculture and I"'e
cators with our compliments.Write
Agricultural Extension Servicesare
TIME Special'Revert
Box 834, Rockefeller Center providingsevenspeclalists
New York, N.Y. 10020 FR 6-5333 Loans up to $600 222 W. Univ. Ave. who will lecutre at Camp Crozierfor
two and three ,day periods.







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8 The Florida Alligator WednesdayMarch 11,1964
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By STEVE VAUGHN I

Assistant Sports Editor I

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Good evening, sports fans, This is Otis Bogus, and tonight we're.j
talking with Fuller Gravesloans, head varsity sandbox coach hereat
the University Ave. Trade School. I
Coach Gravesloans, you begin another big season this coming week- I
end. What kind of year do you see for your sandboxers
"Well, certainly its gonna be a tough season ahead,Otis. You know I
that six of the teams we face this year played in big post-season I
boxes last year."
You had quite an interesting season last year yourself, didn't youcoach I
? I
"Well, yes, we won some and we lost some. You know that our II I
biggest potential shovel, Frank Lasking, who had already signed a L C s

contract with the New York Steamshovels, suffered a cut foot in pre- I:. _.._.._ _.._ _..._ _._
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season frolics and wasn't too effective.
"Of course, we had a lot of fine young sophomore diggers who came The University of Florida golf team goes into practice at Cape Coral, Florida, for the
II through last year and really should be tough for us." combined 1964 Florida Intercollegiate Invitational Golf Tournament and the Florida
Coach, what phase of file game are you planning to work on mostin
Golf 2 3 and 4. In the Invitational
this last week before the season begins? Intercollegiate Championships on April tourney
"Certainly we'll be working a little on offense, and maybe a little they will compete with such out of state powers as Houston, former national inter-

defense, too." collegiate champion; Wake Forest and Columbia University. Florida opponents will
But coach, what things in particular are you going to work on?
"Well, I'm developing a new offense for our men in the sandbox. include the University of Miami Rollins College, Stetson, Florida State University,
I'm calling it the 'shuffle' offense." Florida Presbyterian College and Florida Southern College. Team members picturedare

"Better Can we quote quote you my on assistant that, coach, Peplng? Rodgers." : standing, left to right, Chuck Gans, Steve Braun, Vic Jarvis, Richard Leckey,

Who do you expect to be your top shovelers this year? Lee Gay, Ora Kincaid, Lloyd Watts and Walter Armstrong; seated on cart, Vic New-
"Well, I'll tell ya. Richard Peeg, our tallest sandbox man, is
ton and Ray Angele; kneeling, Ronnie Crown, Phil Chanfrau and Lourie Hammer.
potentially great. lie Just needs to dig a little harder. Of course, -
we're still counting heavily on Tom Baxler and Swift Brooks, who I -
consider the top pair of backbox shovelers in the league."

"Certainly our top quartershovel, Tom Shanning, will again lead our Varsity Faces Southern I



A Freshmen Split A PairThe

K COACiJ '
0 Gator baseball team opens they did real well for 11 innings." The on again off again Gators
vX1 strY ',. asANDB4s. its home season here today as they Florida next travels to Miami lost the first game 11-2 and then
take on the Moccasins of Florida where they face the Hurricanes.The bounced back to win a "big one"
:. Southern at 3:00 p.m. at Perry three game series will be according to freshman coach P.
Y Field. played under lights In the Miami A. Lee, 83.Danny .
Kkk Pr Sophomore righthander Don Stadium.
..t'. ., t' '' 1, Pendley will start for the Gatorson Orr pitched for the Ga-
the mound. While their big brothers have tors and won his third game of
Florida Southern will be out been taking it easy the Baby Gator the season. Orr has gone the full
y : "' to reverse the 5-1 defeat handed nine have split a pair with nine innings each 'time he has
them by Florida this past weekendat Manatee Junior College. pitched.
.. team goal line plunges. Larry Dupreel liable to spade up the middle Lakeland.It .
Into the clear at any minute. took a four run uprising by
"Of course, you can't forget Danny Eggard and Jim Blggerd, who the Gators in the eleventh inningto
limited the opposition to an earned throw averages of 2.58 and 2.53, put away their first victoryof
respectively.! the season.

Coach, you play Seminole State University in your first game next Head coach Dave Fuller was
week. Their coach just quit, most of their players have flunked out, pleased with his teams opening
and they're having to recruit from the dorms. What sort of a game game showing.
do you expect? "They all played well and Ron
"Well, they're really gonna be tough. We're really going to have to Creese looked especially good on
get in there and fight." the double play ball. .
Coach, will you make a prediction about coming year? "Florida Southern is a good defensive \ ,
"Well, I tell ya. It oughta be successful. We've added 5,000 new ball team with some fine I
seats to the box and Percile Beard,the money lord, tells me the coffersare pitching," Fuller said. "Theyonlyused
again in good shape." two pitchers against us and
"The main thing is, we Just gotta \'J," ---;


Sailors Elect ouR HoMt-3AIED r WHY


LASAGNA I WE


New OfficersThe is THe HiT I I CARRYGANT


Gator Sailing Club elected
officers for the 1964-65 season OF TrieCAMPUS

Monday night. There's more than fabric superiority in Gant. In addition
The new officers are: Com- / "needled-into the warp and woof of every Gant
Vice Com-
modore-Dave Fagan,
Treasurer- Lrl shirt" there's flair-fit show three vital inher-
modore-Dave Posey,
Jack Henry, and SecretaryMarian ents that make all the difference when a man wears
Herbert. .a Gant.

The Sailing Club is making prep ti\- We chose Gant because they take shirt making seri
arations to compete in the South's ously. They're hard to please (like we are) when it
largest inter-collegiatiailingre-; comes to fit of collar, its roll, its profile-how muchit
gatta. The regatta will be held
Easter weekend in St. Petersburg. shows above the suit collar. They're fastidious
There will be three classes of .YLYi about the way the body of the shirt drapes and folds.
boats entered in the regatta with All must integrate to achieve that viable ingredient
the UP entering the Tech Dinghy which gives comfort and aplomb. In substance, Gant
and Fish class.Entering i shirts are keyed to the discerning tastes of well
aglnst Florida in these groomed men who appreciate quality.These men are
two classes will be: Florida Larmauel1a'sdJqr1W our customers.
State Harvard, Florida Presbyterian :
,
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: .
4ft.
Georgia, Georgia Tech, St. ,, TV. i. !'t' *fckt ., --
Petersburg JC, and Tulane in the
Fish class. t @
Entering In the Tech Dinghy
class will be; Boston College, Avenue. 1123 W. Univ. DONIGAN'S FR 62338Page .
706 West University
Rollins, St. Johns, Florida and .
Florida Presbyterian.





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