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The Florida AlIIga 1964



Vol.56, No.115 University of FloridaGainesville ThursdayMarch 12,1964 %

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ColumnistTo i E. Ger man9s




SpeakVictor CrewmenA/ive/


Rlesel, nationally known
labor columnist, will be on campus
tomorrow to address campus audi- WIESBADEN, Germany (UPI) An East German official said
Wednesday night that the three crewmen of a U.S. Air Force Jet reconnaissance -
ences In a pair of scheduled
speeches. bomber shot down over Communist East Germany on

Dill McCollum, chairman of the Tuesday were alive.
The Soviet Union officially admitted one of their fighters shot down
Student Government Forums Com- \
the American The that the Americans alive
plane. report were came .
mittee, said Riesel will first deliver -
from the mayor of Stendal, the town where the U.S. RB68 bomber was
a short talk at the Student t
downed after It strayed into East German skies.
Goverment banquet in the Hub at

6:15 p.m. The banquet is closedto

the public.
U.S. Air Force spokesmen said the Communist may have used false
Rlesel will deliver his main
radio signals to lure the American plane off course before shooting it
address before a campus-wide audience -
down.
at 8:15 p.m. in the audi-
"They are alive," the mayor told UPI by telephone. "They have been
torium. A reception will followin
taken away from here. I do not know their physical condition. I only
Bryan Lounge in the Florida "
know they are alive.
Union.

Riesel, who is totally blind,
writes a labor column for the Hall The mayor said the wreckage of the plane was north of Stendal and
Syndicate. He has been in Floridafor "they are guarding it." lie did not say who he meant by "they." "We

the past week in connectionwith have nothing to do with It," he added.In .

the Florida east coast rail- Moscow, the Soviet Union charged in a protest note to the United
road strike. States that the plane was on a military intelligence mission when It

Riesel gained a reputation as a was shot down. I'
hard-hitting columnist in the late The Soviet note, delivered to U.s. Charge d' Affaires Walter J. I

40s and early 50s when labor -..--.. Stoessel, said the plane crashed near Gardelegen, East Germany,
was reaching gigantic proportions as the result of "action taken by a Soviet fighter plane."
FOLK SINGERS FOR GATOR GRAS ,
throughout the country. Frequently -
he exposed some of the racke- .Rick Myers, 1 UC, and Ted Cooper, 1 UC, auditionfor I

teers and Communists who were the talent show during the first tryout competition.They Gardelegen Is about 20 miles west-southwest of Stendal. The two
involved in illegal union towns are In an area north of the east German city of Magdeburg.A .
practices. were one of only two acts that showed.up for the '
In 1956, Riesel was blinded with U.S. Embassy spokesman in Moscow said the American charged'
acid that was flung into his face tryouts, necessitating the second audition Monday. A Affaires promised to relay the contents of the Soviet protest note to
hoodlum. He received Washington but took the occasion to deny the Soviet charges.
by a over further combination tryout-rehearsal is slated tonight,

50,000 letters of sympathy and encouragement but the two folk-singers have already been notified
after the infamous
incident. they're in. (Photo by Phil Krud) Stoessel maintained the RB68 was on a training flight and inadvertently
strayed over East German territory, the American spokesman said.
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The diplomat told Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister Vladimir Semenov ,
RIVALS ISSUE CHALLENGE
that this fact was regretted but he strongly protested "the precipitate t
action in shooting the plane down." ,
Word from the East German mayor that the three Americans were

'Great alive was the first word received on their fate, part from a State Depart- t
Honor'LodgeCONCORD >>
ment report Tuesday night that the men had parachuted from their
disabled aircraft. \4
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N.H. (UPI) Am- Goldwater and Gov. Nelson A. Goldwater said the West Coast

bassador Henry Cabot Lodge, the Rockefeller, the active New Hamp- state would treat him better than

candidate who was not there,Wed- shire campaigners. But he brushed New Hampshire. Rockefeller said Thousands Flee !
nesday hailed his victory In New aside their demands that he returnto he would try harder in California.

Hampshire's Republican presi- debate the issues if he wants With complete unofficial returns

dential primary as a "great the GOP nomination. from all state's precincts,here
honor." His defeated rivals are the votes for the candidatesin

promptly set out to try to provehe Goldwater and Rockefeller, both the New Hampshire primary: Torrential Floods

won only a favorite son" of whom attributed Lodge's vic- ,

triumph.In tory to his New England

Viet Nam, Lodge accepted background, countered by headingfor
By United Press InternationalMore Damage from the floods appeared t
congratulations on his Tuesday California and that state's PCL PROFS SAY GOP certain to mount into millions )
write-in victory over Sen. Barry Important June 2 primary. than
24,000, persons sought of dollars. Swirling waters "y
refuge from runaway rivers and ran through downtown sections of

streams yesterday In a seven- dozens of towns and cities, lapped
SHAKE-UPCOMING state flood zone that stretched Into Industrial plants and business
StudentsTo I
Bug Sending from south Missouri flatlands to houses and Inunated croplands.

Pennsylvania's eastern slope. Army Engineers said, however,
River towns turned into virtual that 28 flood control reservoirsIn
AFTER LODGE WIN: ghost camps in the Ohio River operation on the swollen Ohio
100s
Infirmary By Valley, besieged by some of the would save millions of dollarsin

highest flood crests of the 20th property losses.Pennsylvania .

By PATTI PITZ century. counted 10,300 )
Some 9,200 persons fled from persons driven from their homes.
Staff WriterA SEE PAGE 8 their homes along the West Branchof Kentucky and Ohio had 5,000 each, j

"bug" described as "viral enteritis" is sending 100 students to the Susquehanna River in cen- Indiana 3,200, Missouri 460, West

the UF infirmary daily, said Dr. Samuel Wright, director.For tral Pennsylvania, and Gov. Wil- Virginia 200 and Illinois 130. 11
the past two or three weeks students complaining of nausea, liam Scranton declared a state of
headaches, fever, and diarrhea have been crowding into the Infirmary Lodge 32,207 write-In; Gold- extreme emergency in the hard- Flood conditions eased along i),
waiting rooms. Most of these students are treated and released as "out- water 20,741; Rockefeller 19- hit area. upper reaches of some streams,

patients" Wright said. 993, Richard M. Nixon 15,587 Massive flooding along Indiana's and stricken families began returning -

Only "in-patients" are excused from classes according to Infirmary write In; Sen. Margaret Chase southern tier of counties sent more to clear away mud and
officials. Smith 2,004; Harold E. Stassen than 3,200 Hoosiers scurrying to debris. But new move-outs cam

The bug, known to the layman as intestinal flu, is hard to distinguishfrom 1,320; Gov. George Romney of higher ground. faster than the move-backs.

the effects of poor eating habits, Wright explained.He Michigan 86 write-In; Gov. Wil- Gov. Matthew Welsh askod The Red Cross predicted that

added that because of the short time the flu lasts, usually one liam W. Scranton of Pennsylvania President Johnson to declare 20 from 10,000 to 15,000 lowland

to four days, there is little point In making a virus study. 72 write in. southern Indiana counties a disaster residents between Louisville, Ky.,
Flu victims are given medicine to relieve their symptoms and those Thus Goldwater, who entered the area.Refugee. and the mouth of the Salt River,

whose cases are most extreme are put on a liquid diet. primary a heavy favorite but found camps swelled hourlyas 20 miles to the southwest, would

"The same way there is no treatment for colds, there Is no specific some of his conservative views thousands headed for safety flee by Friday.

treatment for the flu," Wright said. questioned repeatedly, edged ahead of floods triggered by tor- Civil Defense officials said between -

He said the Highly contagious Illness has already gone through the Rockefeller by 800 votes for second rential rains. The floods, tor- 1,200 and 1,500 persons

university population and most of the campus has been exposed.To place. The big issue on radlc winds and other stormy might have to flee in southeast
to be his
avoid the flu outbreak, Wright recommended rest and careful Rockefeller appeared weather were blamed for at least Missouri if the Black River spills
personal hygiene. divorce and remarriage. 22 deaths in three days. over a levee.Liston .


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2 The Florida Alligator ThursdayMarch 12,1964 ON CAMPUS LAST TRIMESTER



1,431 Students Held I Jobs I IA

11-Month
Housing survey by the Office of stu- ployed by the following deEngineering! \9oj- Florida Union
dent Affairs shows that during the partments at the University during (44); Food Service ((12); School
past winter trimester 10.6 per cent the winter trimester: College of of Forestry (12); Health Center
Contract A Must of the student body held Jobs on the Agriculture and Experiment Sta(58), Housing (224));School of Jou .
campus. tion (110)); College of Architec- nalism and Communications (59).
Almost 2,000 students applied ture and Fine Arts ((11); College College of Law (4); Library (ioiJ);

By SUE HAUGSTED for campus work during the tri- of Arts and Sciences (134)); Athletic College of Medicine (70)); Music
Staff Writer mester and 1,431 jobs were filled Department and Physical Department (38); Information
by these students. The largest Education and Health (59)); Board Service (2)); College of Nursing
number 224, held Jobs in the uni- of Examiners (88); Bookstore, (7); College of Pharmacy (25)).
versity's Housing Division but Business Office and Plants and Registrar's Office (52)) Univerl
;
(See 'A FREE UNIVERSITY Page 6)) other areas employed from 4 to
,
Grounds (56)); College of Business sity College ((13); Radio Station
110 students during the trimester.The of WRUF and
Administration (16); College (5); unclassified areas
UF students are required to sign an 11-month binding survey showed that 10.5 Education (18)); College of (99).
housing contract so the UF can maintain "maximum dormitory per cent of the registered male
to director Harold students and 8.3 of the coeds found
Riker.
occupancy, according housing C.
"UF housing is financed by revenue certificates throughthe campus Jobs through the student Cambodians Attack EmbassyPHNOM
affairs office. The figure did not
federal housing loan program. One of the provisions of
the program, Is that the university take steps to maintain the include students who worked off-
maximum occupancy possible," Riker said. campus. PENH, Cambodia (UPI) committed by the demonstrators.He .
Under housing regulations, students are unable to move out According to Hayes K. McClel- .- A huge mob of Cambodian demonstrators said, however, that he could
of dormitories until the start of a new academic year in the land, assistant dean of men, some Wednesday tore down sympathize with the outrage Off
fall. of the unemployed students who the American flag and damagedthe "our youth."
"Housing assignments are made on the basis of the full made application for Jobs on the U. S. Embassy in a violent -
academic year of three trimesters, providing the student is campus found off-campus work, outburst of anti-Western hate.The
enrolled for all three," Riker said. others had class schedules that British Embassy also was attacked PreCounselingPrecounseling
"The student is assured of housing in September and he did not permit them to work, and before police could disperse the
the for in some were not qualified for the appoint-
assumes responsibility living the dormitory for rioters.
the entire year," he added. jobs available. A grade average ments are now available to
Present university regulations require all single freshmen, of "C" is required for campus Chief of State Prince Norodom University College stu-
both men and women, and all undergraduate women studentsto employment, Dean McClellandsaid. Sihanouk deplored the violence and dents at the desk outside
live in university housing as long as space Is available. said he would apologize to the two room 204, Tigert Hall.
"Parental and social expectations," beside university The survey showed students em- governments for the "excesses"
financial requirements, form the basis for residence require-
ments for women, according to Riker.
"Requiring women students to live in university housingis (
common procedure all over the country," Riker said,

with adding residence that, "women requirements.here are" allowed considerable* flexibility $ % 1 6iU fd

Undergraduate women who want to live off campus after
their freshman year must fill out a petition to do so, listing
their reasons for wanting to move.
Women should feel obligated to fabricate "legitimate
excuses for wanting to move, according to Riker."I (? Ti
think the reason for asking women why they want to live Check the New
off-campus Is to find out just that. They ought to give the
real reason," he said.
Riker added that the pressures for housing space in the past
have been such that any woman who wishes to move off Q
campus at the end of the academic year has been able to do

so.Riker
stressed that parental pressure was one of the main
factors In requiring women to live on campus. He said he
did not know if a change In women's residence require-
ments would meet with opposition from parents, but that approval -
time.?' of present arrangements is expressed "from time to w-, of things by petti"

"The only reason we have student housing Is for the
advantage of the student," he said. "Regulations are madein
the best Interests of the greatest number of students."I .
think there are advantages to living on campus, especiallyfor / /
freshmen," Riker said. r
"Sty.ents have the opportunity to meet people and becomea
part of campus life. This is not true on the 'street car
campus' where university housing is not provided.
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IIII1111 ( .:. I :. II !! I UFers Student Give BooksTo Cons






1ft 'll UP students are giving books for and 1,200 In the maximum security -
I men In Florida State Prison at portion built later. It is
Raiford where used text books
I the major institution in Florida's
.
t are needed to help prisoners quality correctional system.RehabiUtatton .
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: for high school diplomas.Lee of prisoners is
I, J. Willis, Student Govern- through training in prison Indus-
; .1 At ment secretary public relations, tries which Include the auto tag
t has appealed to every sorority, plant for Florida, a garment
.J fraternity, and dormitory presi- factory, concrete block factory,
dent to arrange for the donation and work In agriculture, forestry,
of books by each group. a feed mill and *a syrup mill.
Jan Watkins and Mike White The prison is set on a tractof
head a committee planning to pick 18,365, acres in Union and Brad-
t Ff up the cartons of books from cam- ford counties.:
n pus residences late this month. "Men in prison come from all
Students will be Joining in a walks of life. Many have a low
community book donation plan level of education, but one manI
which began Gainesville recently know of was arrested the day
rrS
) when Col. Ralph Paige, 815 NW before he was to have receivedhis
20th Terrace, ran an ad in the master's degree,' said Col.
Sun saying books were wanted. Paige, in emphasizing the great
"People have responded gener- need for good reading matter.
ously with magazines and books.
But there is a hunger on the partof Books and magazines are collected -
men in prison to better them- at Paige's, where a truck
': selves. Many have never finished from Raiford comes to get them.
kL high school, and now they Reading matter donated by students
r need text books and serious read- will be picked up from cam-
Ing matter to help them" Paige pus residences by the stu-
said. dent Government committee and
Florida State Prison at Rai- delivered to Paige.OUcampus .
ford was built to accommodate students are askedto
a..; 3,200 inmates, 2,000 men in the bring books to the Florida
older section established in 1914, Union information desk.Superlatives' .
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NEW YORK (UPI) Carl T. ways an easily distinguishable!good
Rowan, director of the U.S. Information guy and an equally obvious villain
Agency (USIA) said yes- ...unfortunately pr perhaps
terday the agency's usefulness fortunately, our world is not as
I would be destroyed If it broad- simple as that" Rowan said.
cast "nothing but superlativesabout Rowan, a former Minneapolis
the American way of life." newman who succeeded Edward R.
Rowan, in a speech to the International Murrow as USIA chief said that
Radio and Television the agency "can and has worked
Society, said many Americans, some minor miracles in the pro-
weary of the complexity of the paganda field, but it can never do
modern world, "seek to reduce the undoable or hide the unhide-
4 every conflict to the simple cops- able."
and-robbers theme of every week's lie said that Communist prop

-.., ..- television drama. aganda outlets are trying to turn i\
"Whether the scenario be Cam- our freedom of expression intoa
.. bodia mighty weapon against us. Their
or Cyprus, Zanzibar or
.
J Competitive Weapon... Brazil, this simplified theory of obvious goal is to hang us with
foreign policy is that there is al- our own words."


University men know the competitive advantage of their scholastic
FU Slates New 1
York ;
Trip
achievements when preparing for a chosen career. Even a good

appearance becomes a competitive weapon. It helps to open doors

and create favorable first impressions.We A summer trip to the New York a centrally located hotel (Great
World's Fair will be sponsored by Northern Hotel), one admission toa
would never imply that our Nottingham suits are substitutes for the Special Projects Committee of broadway musical, four admis-

brains vigor and imagination, but they do indicate the wearer to the Florida Union. sion tickets to the Fair, and more.
The first trip starts June 17 and Union staff members will chape-
be a man of good taste, with a keen sense of style and an eye for
ends June 26. The second begins rone the group and assist in planning -
craftsmanship.Our i August 10 and ends August 19. and carrying an interesting
Cost of the nine day trip is $93.! schedule of activities.
arrived suits ,
newly tropical are worthy examples. They are :
The cost will include round trip Additional information may be
ready now to add to your progress and personal pleasure. See you railway tare in a reserved seat obtained from Room 315 of the.

soon? coach, seven days and nights in Florida Union.

Nottingham suits from $65.00 -

sizes: regulars, shorts, longs, x-longs ". Iowans To Seek Fragments M

.1-
COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa, (UPI) enable scientists to learn more
." -- Residents of six southwesternIowa about the moon before sending
counties were asked yesterday astronauts there.
to help the National Aeronautics lie urged residents,particularly
.., andSpaceAdministrationNASA ( farmers and school children of the
r ) find fragments from the moon. six counties to look for the stones
... Dr. John A. O. Keefe, assist- during spring plowing.
amm IIDr ant chief, theoretical division of O'Keefe said he cannot prove

6 South Main Street the Goddard Space Flight Centerin that a fragment from the moon has
-'" Greenbelt, Md., said pieces of ever been found. But he said he
'., .. the moon are reaching the earth found a likely suspect, which hap-
Hathaway's famous "club" shirts from 6.95 to 11.95 every day.O'Keefe. pened to be the size of an apple,
told a news conferencein is porous and ranges in color
Council Bluffs this week thata from light gray to dark red, black
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(UPI) --Turkish troops antitank and machine guns.
based In Cyprus moved up Into In London, the British govern-
positions close to this tense capi- ment warned that Bi:.tin's peace-
tal yesterday and Turkey warned in keeping task had become"increas
a formal note it will intervene on ingly Intolerable" and said it would
this Mediterranean Island unlessan have to review Its position unless
international pea c e-keeping United Nations Secretary General
force arrived quickly.A Thant reports progress on formingan ,, A,'oo=
major battle appeared Imminent international peace force with-
as warring Turkish and in 24 hours.In .
Greek Cypriot forces dug into tinder-box Nicosia,thousands
sandbagged positions commandingkey of shouting, cheering Greek M5.'V sit'M i iI
spots in the Nicosia area. The Cypriot students staged an anti-
British, beleaguered in their efforts American, anti-British rally In
to keep the peace, fortified the heart of the city, briefly trap- -'\
their Nicosia headquarters with ping the British high commissionerin
his car. Commissioner Sir
CAMPUS PACS INCLUDE
Arthur Clarke escaped Injury, but
Dean NamedTo several British soldiers were inJured -

by stones hurled by dem- .these items, for men, others for girls. The pacs go on sale at 50 cents each next
onstrators.Just .
outside Nicosia, Turkish week at the Information Booth across from the Hub. The pacs will be sold by Alpha

CouncilDean army soldiers--from a group of Kappa Psi, UF business fraternity. Proceeds will probably go to 'Dollars for Scholars.
some 600 stationed on the island
under terms of the independence
George T. Harrell of the
treaty -- took up positions from
College of Medicine has been
their base closer to Nicosia than
named to the National Advisory
since the first clashes flared last
Council on Education for Health
December between the Greek and
Professions. Anthony J. Cele-
brezze, Secretary of Health, Edu- Turkish communities. LORD BYRON

cation appointment, and Welfare yesterday.The .lDOunced the BulletinUNITED

council will advise the Sur- NATIONS, -N.Y (UPI)
geon General on administration of -The United States agreed Wed-
grants for the construction of new nesday to pay part of the cost of SUNDRIES & COSMETICS
teaching facilities and the replace- the pea c e -keeping operation in
ment or renovation of existing Cyprus and opened the way for the
facilities in the health education dispatch of United Nations force, .
field. reliable diplomatic sources
Dr. Harrell received a four reported.The f EMM BAR KAPPADISCOUNT
year appointment to the council,
which will administer the provi- Turkish government dis-
sions of the Health Professions closed it had delivered notes to A 6
Education Assistance Act signed the United States and Britain expressing -
by the late President John F. concern over the wor-
Kennedy.The sening situation on Cyprus, and
Florida dean is one of declared It would intervene on the
representatives of medical educa- Island unless the promised Inter-
tion on the 15-member Council. national peace force moved in.
{ Others are Dr. Henry T. Clark, The notes were handed to the
Jr. pf the University of North American and British ambassa-
Carolina and Dr. Robert S. Jason dors in Ankara.
of Howard University. Units of the Turkish fleet left
Dr. Harrell, who came to the the southern Turkish port of Is-
I University to head the new medical kenderun on Tuesday, but official
school here in 1954, also is a government sources said no troops
member of the Veterans Adminis- were aboard.
tration commission on the design However, a clandestine Turkish
of hew VA hospitals and of joint Cypriot radio broadcasting from
committees of the Association of within Cyprus claimed Wednesdaythat
American Medical Colleges and some of the ships carried
the American Medical Association soldiers and reported the entire
for the design of new medical Iskenderun naval base had been
schools and teaching hospitals. activated.

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Health Center Needs Blood Donors"Maintaining



:a sustained flow of only once a year, the Health Cen- on campus, but it is around big sibility,' said Henry. members are pledged to give their
donors Is our number one objec- ter's annual blood needs would be cities." Patients may also"replace the rare blood free of charge anytime
tive,' according to John B.Henry, fulfilled. Blood problems are compoundedat blood that they will require in a day or night to anyone who needsit.
director of the Blood Bank and When the bank's store of bloodis J. Hillis because it is an experimental future operation with their own These clubs are usually mem-
Transfusion Center located in dangerously low and not enough and "referral"center, blood or that of their relatives and bers of the AABB and more humane -
room A-100 in J. Hillis Miller people are donating it becomes that is, patients come from alloverthe friends several months before the organizations can hardly be
Health Center. necessary to buy blood from"pro southeastern United States. scheduled operation.Dr. found, he said.
Henry said people do not seem fessional" donors or anyone who Thus more blood is required thana Henry commented that there "There are no such clubs in
to appreciate the importance and will sell blood. normal community hospital,suchas are "rare blood" clubs formedall Gainesville that I know of," he
the continuing need for blood.Since Henry said he tried to avoid this Alachua General Hospital.To over the United States whose added.
blood is only good for approxi- whenever possible and would like try and get away from moneyas
mately three weeks, a continuous to eliminate buying blood alto- an incentive for donating blood,
supply must be maintained. gether for two reasons. One, if a a Blood Assurance Plan has been
Weimer Hails SuccessCommunications
When people donate their blood patient is lying on a table bleedingand set up for individuals,families and
they do not seem to realize the a blood transfusion is impera- groups. One pint of blood donatedor
great service they are doing for tive, a "professional" donor, especially pledged to be given as called Week was chalked up as a success by
mankind," Dr. Henry said. "It a rare blood type, can almost for assures all an individual's Director of the School of Journalism and CommunicationsRae
doesn't hurt anyone to given bloodas name his own price. blood needs for a period of three O. Weimer yesterday.
often as every two months, and Two, blood from people who sellit years. Family and group plans are "Everything was perfect," Weimer said. "I have a feelingthe
people usually feel better for to make money may not alwaysbe available also, he said.A students enjoyed it.
havingdoneso he is for "I like to see students pen-hole speakers and ask them
said. good blood.The reason of courseis patient never charged
Dr. Henry stressed the apathy people who will sell their blood the blood he uses but he is expected questions. This way I feel the students get something out of
toward blood donation by the ma- for money might not tell the truth to try and have it replaced Communications Week."
jority of the public. He said, about past medical history with the through friends and relatives. The No plans have been made for next year's CommunicationsWeek
"people do not seem to realize result that somebody might get hurt Blood Bank Is a member of the yet. but it will be discussed at a faculty meeting on
patients need blood day and night, with contaminated blood. Banks (AABB) and subscribes to April 3, Weimer said.
24 hours a day, and this is one 'This happens quite often," said their philosophy that "blood replacement -
reason the bank is open 24 hoursa Henry, "it is not so prevalent here is an individual res pen-
day to anyone who wants to give
blood even though there are regu-

lar Approximately donation hours.6,000 pints of Calories Do Count Grand Jury Finds I I INEW

blood are used annually at the ,
Health Center. In an average week
100 to 125 units of blood are used. YORK (UPI) A federal The weight reduction capsulesare CDC capsules according to ward Bobley, his brother,
Forty to fifty additional pints a grand jury yesterday indicted Dr. called CDC, the Initials of Instructions in the book. president of both firms, and F.
week are needed for two open- Herman Taller on charges he wrote the title of Taller's book. They The capsules were distributedby Kenneth Belrn, a CDC director.
heart operations performed per his best selling book "Calories allegedly are made from safflower CDC Pharmaceutical Inc., a Taller's book was published
week. Don't Count" as part of a fraudu- oil, a substance used in the reducing subsidiary of Cove Vitamin Phar- Sept. 27, 1901. That Is the same
Dr. Henry remarked that three lent conspiracy to persuade peopleto plan recommended in the maceutical, Inc. Both firms, with date from which CDC Pharmaceu-
open-heart operations per week reduce by using worthless book. headquarters in Glen Cove, N.Y., ticals started business operations.Since .
would be performed if enough blood weight reduction pills. were named In the Indictment.The that time, the governmentsaid
can be obtained.Dr. The indictment was announcedfirst that nearly one million copies
Henry stressed the fact that Also indicted were three officersof in Washington by Atty. Gen. three officers, named were of the book have been sold. Approx- 1
if less than half the student body, a firm that made the pills sold'in Robert F. Kennedy. He said the Harry Bob Bobley, chairman of imately $500,000 in CDC capsules I,
6,000 students, would give blood conjunction with the book. scheme Involved the sale of the Cove and a director of CDC; Ed- has been sold.
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"You gotta admit it

keeps you kids off

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Tree UniversityMany ao ,

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PORMSI
students prefer off-campus living arrangements but have poor:
reasons for doing so. In this class fall those who merely want to stay
out later at night, or those who want an off-campus apartment for
purely "social" or "status" reasons. _
However, many students live off-campus for valid reaso*" and should I
not have to be forced to live in the dorms. Many students find study -O
conditions In a small apartment more suitable than those found in a
noisy dormitory.It .
is not hard to find an off-campus arrangement that costs less
than dorm living where every meal is eaten out. Other students just
don't like to feel Uncle Tigert breathing over their shoulder all the
time.

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When a UF student contacts the housing office and asks to live in a
dormitory room, or better yet, when a freshman writes housing p -
to see about living accomodatlons:: he is welcomed hospitably with
open arms.
In fact, the university is so delighted to receive the student, it
doesn't want to let him go--for 11 months at least.In .
Between Education And EconomicsBy


blunter language, a student, who signs up to live in a dorm In JOHN HANCOCK scope. Neither the federal government accept and educate every single
September when school opens, is forced to remain in a dorm until --nor any governmentcanhope high school graduate. The old story

August If he stays in school. Poverty, as It exists in the coal to support a part of society that "some people are not cut out
Note the use of the word "forced." mining areas of West Virginia and each time a machine removes the for a college education" will soon
If he decides after existing for one trimester in the dorms that he
throughout the Catskill Mountain need for manpower. As America's find Itself in serious trouble when
wants out, or if he wants off-campus for the steamy summer term, region, motivated President John- technology explores the ever expanding those not "cut out" for college
the housing office sends him a mimeographed form that says, "No." son to continue the late Presi- area of automation, it will will find themselves similarly not
methods of "cut out" to survive in the
dent Kennedy's war on this economic undoubtedly uncover highly
Inconsistency. when auto- mechanical construction that can competitive and mechanized society -
This, we feel, is as legitimate as the convenience and financial mation supplanted human energy completely eliminate more than into which they will be thrust
reasons. The university; is to educate the student, not to wipe his nose. almost overnight in the coal Industry half of the jobs that men do today. It is not hard to accept the con-
But housing has a reason for the "three trimester must" rule. thousands of men, whose Soon to be gone forever is the tention that within twenty years a
It's ambigous but it IS a reason. financial situation was not in keep- day of the "mind that's weak anda simple college degree will no long-
You see, "UF housing Is financed by revenue certificates under the ing with the national average to back that's strong." er be a sufficient qualification for
federal housing loan program," according to director Harold C. Riker. begin with, were left jobless and No young person can expect to the majority of Jobs In America.
"One of the provisions of the program is that the university take stepsto incapable of pursuing any other grow into an economic environ- Extended periods of a young per-
maintain the maximum occupancy possible." occupation.The ment where he can survive by the son's life devoted to education will
One of these "steps" is to Imprison students with an 11-month housing administration is expandingits sweat of his brow. serve two purposes. First, the
contract.We welfare programs to meet the There is no answer more basic greater knowledge that would accrue -
problem head-on after President than education to the long range to the society as a whole
Johnson ordered all welfare funds problem of the West Virginia coal would allow even greater techno-
cannot understand. available be directed into the Area miner, the Dade County migrant logical advances supplying

Housing says we are suffering from not enough space in the dorms. Redevelopment Authority to pro- worker or the railroad fireman.Not machines that can do Just about
vide aid in this one area. The indiscriminate education, for anything from cleaning house to
With the rapid growth of the UF, this certainly makes sense to us.
What we can't understand is why must students be forced to live Ina magnitude of the problem in West the best buggy whip manufacturer transporting men to the' Moon and
dorm if they would rather live off-campus. We know two different Virginia is to be respected and the will find a small market for his beyond. The snow-balling effect
young coeds who had trouble moving out of the dorms to live with need for federal assistance can talent. of more machines permitting more
parents in their own respective homes in Gainesville. hardly be attacked by even the Con- Two things are then necessaryfor time for Inventive endeavors per-
Mr. Riker was quoted as saying, "The only reason we have student servatives. economic advancement In this mitting the invention of more ma-
( These measures are, however, country. The first is
educational the society as
housing is for the advantage of the students." chines will advance
short-range and limited in their institutions with the capacity to a whole but leave no room for the
We agree that without dorm housing students would be greatly handi-
capped in finding suitable living quarters but he "three trimester must" uneducated.
rule does not appear to us to be "for the advantage of the student." States and feredal government
Asks For Explanation With Scholorships will soon learn that no item in
W. W. L. their budget can be singled out as
more important than education,for
this foundation lies the suc-
EDITOR upon
:
ping out of school.If .
Sasks Preservation Of Human ValuesEDITOR I have found a university policy school officials could make cess and efflcientcy of all other
which I think officials should think these scholarships programs.The .
more factual
I over. It is a policy which is care- instead of making you, think second lesson to be learned
: illegitimate birth rate since the less and directly affects students haps you had done per- from West Virginia Is the need
enough worthwhile -
1940's; a significant rise in the needing financial aid. things to deserve for more directed education.Coun-
rate of venereal diseases; and the Last trimester I was awarded a special help then it wouldn't be some ciling will necessarily become
as
I take this opportunity to congratulate noteworthy rise in pre-marital scholarship, half of which was pretty an award, but at least you'd more important In the educational
I you on the publication pregnancy. The divorce rate for given then and the other half to be know how the cards were stackedand system.
j of Professor Dertoccl's article couples involved In the last-named given this trimester. it would American will need more edu-
cause less headachesand
I concerning "Extramarital and category is significantly higher Before returning to school I I perhaps less hunger. cated people and better educated
I the Pill." While my own position than for others. Such results are made out a detailed budget Includ- people to continue the progress that
Name Withheld
: has a definitely Christian orientation not unique to the United States. ing that scholarship. When I returned man has made inthelastlOOvearji
I have always felt that the The recent memorandum which to school to get the money
) arguments for premarital chastity Swedish physicians presented to I found it had been taken away because The Florida AlligatorServed
; and marital fidelity have sound their king notes similar undesir- of grades.No .
! biological, psychological and sociological able results of "fun morality." one had put any stipulationon

,! Dertoccl has foundations.demonstrated Professor that All those of these who facts advocate should or give practice pauseto realize the contract my grades when were I saw low it andI for Editor ............... .....by....United..........Press........International.....................Walker Lundy

there is a strong secular argumentfor "free love." Human love is not that semester but I had managedto Assistant Managing Editor ..................... ...........Bill Fuller
in Managing Editor ........l""lll""l"...........J<>hn Askins
these values. We are HUMAN free. It calls forth a responsibility stay school for four years
beings, and the reduction of sexual and an acceptance of responsibility and was graduating this summer. Editorial Editor ...................... ....... .....Wayne Norfleet
; relations to a level lower than to which marriage is Being completely on my own,I now Sports Feature Editor ......................'.."lIl"l" ...... "l".. .....JZteM Laney
that which they hold in the responsible ideally suited. am faced with the problem of get- Editor .................... ..".. .................[.Cynthia Tunstall
I union of two !ieirts and ting about $50 or $75 to pay my Campus Editorial Living Editor ...........l.......I....................JudyB Lynn prince
lives to After debts off this Assistants .... Ernie Lltz, Gail ty Wendt,
is emphasize the animalin more than 12 years of happy trimester before the
Betsy Rual
man, at the expense of his marriage, I am more convinced trimester is over.It Chandler Garrison, Steve Vaughn, Sue Dobbie, Charner Powell,
humanity. than ever that the position taken may cause me to drop out of Pete Hathaway, and Dave Berkowitz.
Reporters ...
,
by Professor Bertocci the pro- school. I am taking 18 hours and Carol Jim Castello, Phil Hevener, Joel Gaston, Donna Mathison
After listening carefully to a per one for responsible human my grades are okay, but I can't Judy Teich Nobis, Ann Carter, Joe Kollin, Agnes Fowles, Fran Snider,
host of arguments that favor premarital beings--be they religious, or non- even borrow any money from the Becky Evan Engle, George Minis, Phil Geyer, Don Federman,
sex (some of which were religious. My three children are university because even a short Quinn, Larry Zimmerman, Jackie Cornelius, Patti Pitt.
: verbalized In letters printed in the rapidly approaching adolesence. term loan requires a certain grade Elmore Gary Williams, Don Davis, Sue Haugsted Joyce Kilmer, George
ALLIGATOR about a year ago), I I am happy to look into their eyes, point average. I don't mean to say John David Sumner, Jay Haviser, Joe Zeigler, Joy Cherry,
Clendenon ,
find them to be generally self- and to recommend to them the I'm a special case but have heardof Nancy Brachey, Tom Mlllsaps, Millie Gorman
seeking, and often they involve a position which my wife and I have cases similar to mine. Being a Marty Lurie, and Vicki Boggs. _
I \ potential hurt to others' well- maintained--save your supreme senior, with only five more weeksof THE of
I being and happiness. The demographic expression human love for the school sounds pretty good, but the FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaper
",t results of the so-called one who deserves it most! when you're not sure if you're going during University of Florida and Is Published five times weekly except
:/ In the United States the months of May June weekly Issue ispublished.
"fun morality" to be eating these next few a
f 1//' are disturbing: a doubling of the R. Herbert Mlnnlch, 7AS weeks It makes one think of drop- matter at.the THE United FLORIDA AL GATORTs'enTered as second class
States Post Office at Gainesville, Fla.






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Etching PickedAn Graphic ArtAn -
(Editor's Note: This is the fourtt and facts. Remember, the Com- selves as proper teachers of the
etching by UP art exhibition or original part of a five-part series dealing munist may have spent his lifetime American way we should be able
student Harry E. Bliss Is contemporary graphic art with the issues involved In presenting preparing his speech.DR. ." to debate a Communist or any
one of six entries from from Denmark will be on a "controversial speaker" DELTONL.SCUDDERhead other person. If we can't, we'rein
"
throughout the United States display his month in the on the University of Florida cam- professor of religion: trouble.
.selected for purchase prizesat north wing gallery of the pus.) "1 should hope we could have DR. T. A. E. HART, professorof
the Bradley University Florida Union. The question of on-campus con- one and see what he has to say. humanities:
National Exhibition of The exhibit, entitled troversial speakers In general,and It must be handled right--thought
Prints. "Contemporary Prints from Communist speakers specifically, out and talked out. The Com- "I would have to say that in
His entry, "Boxcar 0" Demark," is presented by has been partially answered by munist must be clearly identifiedand the spirit of John Stuart Mill, in
will be exhibited in a showat the Fine Arts Committee of several sources in proceeding it must be clearly understoodby his essay 'On Liberty,' It wouldbe
Bradley University in the Florida Union Board for articles. everyone what it's all about. fine to have a Communist
Peoria, Illinois. Student Activities. Student Government (SG) Presi- "A debate Is not necessary;how- speaker."
dent Ken Kennedy has a campaign ever, there must be a chance for
ANS BanquetDr. promise to bring to the campus a free and open discussion after- "Without the slightest doubt we
Defense Loans controversial speakers Including wards. A university needs freedom have professors who are well informed -
representatives of the U. S. Com- of speech and debatehowelse and can handle themselves
Clarke Williams, As- munist Party. can people learn?" against a Communist In adebate."
sciate Director of Brook- National Defense Loan in- Florid Union forums committee DR. J. E. DOVELL, professor
haven National Laboratory and tervelws to determine eligibility chairman, Bill McCollum, Jr., of social science: Hart added, "By all means the
President of the American Nuclear and the amount to be is in agreement with the SG's "As long as it is an open forumwe method used should be a debate.A .
Society (ANS), will be granted for loans In the aca- plan. McCollum, 3AS, has pledgedto should have all kinds of speak- question and answer period is
the main speaker at a ban- demic year beginning Sept. fill this "notlcable gap" in the ers--a Communist, a Fascist, a not good enough. A debate allows
quet given by the UF chapterof 16 1964, will be held March balance of ideas presented on cam- Nazi -- anyone so long as it is you to Isolate and chew away at
7.
the ANS. April open and above board. specific points.Tomorrow .
He will deliver an addresson For further information pus.UF President J. Wayne Reitz "How the speaker Is presentedis
report to Room 124, Tigert. How other universities -
"Research in the Univer- has stated controversial speakersare immaterial."If ( :
sity Atmosphere at Brookhaven. welcome but draws the line we are to consider our- handle It.)
." The roast beef ban- at active members of the Com-
quet will be held at the Uni- Dairy ScienceStudents munist Party under any condition.In .
versity Inn at 6:30 p.m. on an attempt to get the general The PersonalityShop
Thursday, March 12. Tickets feeling on campus, persons repre-
and further Information can senting various areas of the uni-
be obtained from the Depart- and faculty are versity were asked to commenton
ment of Nuclear Engineering.Graduation Invited to a special talk by these three questions.
Mr. A.J. Rusterholty Jr., 1. What are your opinions regarding -
from Orlando, on the "Es- a Communist speaker on 8 EAST UNIVERSITY AVENUE
sential Features of an Effi- campus?
Graduation invitations and cient Florida Dairy Oper- 2. Do you favor restricting sucha
announcements for this ation." speaker to a debate situation? I !
trimester are now on saleat The talk will be given tonight 3. Do we have persons on cam- .,. '
the Campus Shop and at 7:30, Room 203, pus qualified to debate a Com- V ; \ ;vI:l
.
Bookstore. Dairy Science Building. munist? i '"
DR. DAVID M. CHALMERS, associate ,.:'.11

Saddle Sores MultiplyAs professor of social
I science: "
"As long as the speaker is
Weather ImprovesSaddle clearly identified as a Communisthe r
should be allowed to speak. I q' .
"
feel It is most Important that the .\
sores and blue elementary horsemanship, decision whether or not to have a
jeans! jumping, and trains polo Communist speaker should be
UF students seem to be ponies and players."Horseback made by the students and not by
getting more each day. riding is an arm of the administration. All
"With the advent of bet- fine, but does carry some kinds of speakers should be Included -
ter weather, more and risk," Dr. Samuel Wright, John Birchers, Gov. Wal-
more students are comingout director of the UF Infir- lace types, etc."Either .
to ride," Jerry Katz, mary said. or both methods, a
owner of the Lake Wauberg "The infirmary usually speech or debate, could be useful.
Stables, said.According. handles a fair number of I see no reason to limit it to a
to Col. T. E. cases resulting from riding debate. In a sense It would be a
(Terry) Price, U. S. accidents. Most are minor debate because we hear the American -
Cavalry, Ret., there is a hand and wrist fractures," side every day, don't we?
greater Interest in girls for he said. "Yes, we have persons well
horseback riding than boys. "There have only been a qualified to debate a Communist I
Price is the owner of few serious cases such as If necessary. They would be at
TeePee Ranch and teaches concussions," he added. a disadvantage if they didn't spend
time to gather specific material



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will probably find little
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According to Carl B. Opp, head Summer Franchise Operators
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no overall changes in rental
rates are slated, "at the present
time that I can forsee."
Some variations in rates occur Graduates' in Marketing
during the where utilities ,
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such as hot water and heat are
furnished, he said. Gainesville has General Business Liberal Jantzen's new two-piece knits
little seasonal change in rates. ,
According to Opp, the Federal are Interestingly covered, virtually weightless.
Housing Admlnlstrat.o.1, In a Arts
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study, showed rental rates in
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Gainesville is the more transi- GeorgiaArrange Just I wear a smilejantzen .
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ent nature of the rentals ,

said.With a higher turnover in ren- and a
tals here, there is a greater risk
to the landlord, Opp said. An Appointment With University Place- .
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pancy. Gainesville's fastest grow- extras. Call between 6-7:30 p.m. Ann Court $50 per month. Department here. Ing on the popular vote and received -
ing new home community. VA,
376-8447. (G-115-5t-c). Couple preferred. 6-5826. (B- "It indicates that Goldwater just none of the delegates for
FHA financing. Hugh Edwards,
115-2t-c). hasn't gone over as a candidate," the Republican convention that he
Inc., N. E. 16th Ave. and 15th St.
1960 Grey VW sedan. Good con- said Dauer. predicted that he would get.

2-1551. (A-70-tf-c). dition. Heater, seatbelts, radio. Cheerful, clean, comfortableroom. But he added that he didn't think

Zenith Dual-Channel stereowalnut and passenger reclining seat.$950or Day, week or month, also the Goldwater people will give up. RattlesnakesOn

cabinet. Original cost $265. reasonable offer. Before noon new furnished air-conditioned apt. It means he has no chance of rally-

sacrifice for $150. Perfect or after 6:30 call H. L. Sauers Few blocks from campus. 6-0410. Ing all the Republican and indepen-

Must FR 6-3211 Ext. 5577. (G-115-5t-p). (B-115-tf-c: ). dent vote. He will still go to the
condition 376-8722. (A-114-2t-c). .
,. -. convention with a strong backing, DisplayAn
1961 Sprite. Excellent jrechanical- Sub-let April 13th to Sept. 13th: Dauer said.
HEELS put on in S minuttt clean Colonial Manor. One bedroom fur
ly. Chassis tonneau cover, The primary also indicates the
SOLES put on in 15'minutts side windows and good top. Clean nished apartment $120 month. Will end of Nelson Rockefeller and Ric- exhibit currently on displayat
the Florida State Museum couldbe
car reasonable price. Call Wisser leave folding chairs,table and mis- hard Nixon as possible nominees.It .

MODERN SHOE 6-3211 Ext. 5629 after 5 p.m. cellaneous furnishings if desired. shows that a number of the a real life-saver.
The exhibit which howa
JEPAIR SHOP and on weekends 2-6295. (G-113- 372-7349. (B-115-2t-c). regular Republicans are tired of explains
across national bonk rattlesnake works,contains eight
tf-c). Nixon said Dauer. It also shows
different species of rattlesnakeall --
Ivt w that Rockefeller's divorce and remarriage -
live. Three are common to
I
is too strong an issue
THE ASTOUNDING STORY OF AN ASTOUNDING MILITARY Florida and eight are from the
PLOT TO TAKE OVER THESE UNITED STATES! OR/Yt IN iNlA/RI for him to overcome, he said. Southwestern United States.Dr. .
SVU AllIS PROOUCIKINS) I PftOOUiriONS( .'i.,... The primary moves the electionof
Walter Auffenberg, associate -
the Republican presidential
curator for the museum,
NOWI 2 GREAT HITS I nominee to some middleoftheroad -
said the exhibit is one of several
said Dauer."I .
Republican,
R open at 6;30; show at 7 think Lodge will be strongerthan planned to show the different typesof
animals found in the state.
First Run at 8:50 Romney or Scranton as a
The Canebrake Rattler is found
middle-of-the-road man,, which I
mostly in Northern and Central
think the convention will seek,"
Florida and has never been found
R.KK; he added.
.OMN r g Nnl tN11 4l any farther south than Alachua
Dr. Walter Rosenbaum of the
County.
department said the primary killedGoldwater's
The most common of the three
41r chances of being
sankes is probably the Ground
nominated. He too predicted that
from MOM2ndhitat Rattler, he said, but the Diamond-
Lodge will be the nominee.Dr. .
7 & 10:15- back causes more serious bites
Ernest l\artley of the de-
and is seen more often than the
Connie Francis
features:1:00 3O6,5:2 others.Dr. .
Paula Prentiss
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JfEW YORK(UPI)-A civil rightsup may at the prospect of such a
said yesterday it had urged move."
(porting goods manufacturer to Morsell said the racial situationIn
lonsider moving one or both of Albany was "tense and
Clnata, Ohio, plants to Albany, explosive." He ,'so cited what he
., frequently the scene of racial called the "long history of cal-
les in recent years. culated and brutal violation of i ir
e National Association for democratic rights which authori-
| Advancement of Colored People ties there have inflicted upon the
ACP), said the Brunswick city's Negro population." 1L:
., which already operates a
ory in the south Georgia city, Morsell said similar racial sit- L )
considering closing one or both uations in the south have "pro- #
}ts Cincinnati plants and moving duced the inevitable reaction or
lbany. the part of Negroes and the result
a letter to James Nelson, has been intensified racial unrest,
eral manager of Brunswick, demonstrations, consumer boycotts ...

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Social Room architecture seniors Dill Witte,
.exhibition In the Florida Union are
The collection of modern furniture, on display through Sun-
left and Clyde Brady.
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Foreign language review sessions "The Foreign LanguageDepartment .
valuable.For
Student enthusiastic about the were
will be sponsored by is very
Information students
Government (SG) during the last plan and has offered to give us any more ,
three weeks of classes.Exceptional assistance they can. We expect to may call Student Government.
students In Spanish, French, learn a great deal about review
German and Russian will meet with sessions In general and will apply Frats PlanRelocation
about 20 of their classmates who what we learn to a full spectrumof
are having difficulty with these review sessions In the coming
languages for three two-hour ses- academic year," said John Han-
sions once a week. cock, secretary of academic af-
\ \ Anyone who Is having trouble fairs.

(qT : \ with attend any the of pre-final these languages exam meetingsby may Five fraternities will have

simply going to the room Indi- "Many professors consider'review changed addresses' the UF by
sessions' to be nothing more
cated In the schedule below. The next fall.
is free and no registration Is than official cram sessions. We
help
hope to dispel this Idea and show Sigma Chi, Delta Chi, Lambda
i required. the definite need and value. of sucha Chi Alpha and Phi Gamma Delta
program," he said. plan to occupy new houses on Fra- .
I Questions may be asked of the* tefnlty Row by the fall of 1064.
'L student tutors and In the event the
tutors do not know the answer, Prof. J. Wayne Conner, head of Delta Upsilon will occupy the
: they will be asked of a professor the Foreign Language Department, present Sigma Chi house next fall.
Indicated that such sessions at
and answered at the next meeting.
The final session will recap the other universities had met with The new Sigma Chi house, pre-
/ I ; entire course and include impor- varied success but said that no one sently under construction, will be

A .$ _, tant points to be restudied. completed during the summer The
Nom'N house will be built and furnishedat
vW a cost of $300,000 and"will house

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'Y{"". Into its new house by September.The J
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Construction of the new Delta
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The house will cost approximately
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COMMUNISM & CHRIST .Charles Lowry Alpha house will be completed this

The Golf Jacket by NOTES OF A NATIVE SON .James Baldwin week. The Lambda Chl's hope to

THE PORTABLE GREEK READER ed. W.H.Auden occupy the house by early next fall.
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39 Bikes Hooked
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10 RecoveredThirtynine


Measure Of Russia LifeAn

bicycles have been reported stolen this trimester

according to Sgt. D.E. Benedict of the campus Police.In .
Inside picture of life behind ures," said Green. "They pushedme These shows are a look at '10 Instances the bicycles were recovered. Benedict said eight

the Iron Curtain was presented past the guards and right things to come, rather than show- were found abandoned, while In two cases, students here caught ridingthe
Tuesday afternoon by the film through the door." ing what Is available,"said Green. bikes.

"Russian and Its People," shown Becoming bold, the uninvited "The dresses cost from $60 to

and narrated by Raphael Green, American tourif* approached the $300, and this is way beyond the The owner of a stolen bicycle has the right to take the case to city

television and motion picture pro- platform for close-up pictures of budget of a housewife or a store court, in addition to action by the University, according to the police.
ducer. the Soviet heroes."I clerk who earns $70 to $90 a Cases concerning stolen bicycles are not usually handled by the

Over 100 people attended the tried to act like the other month." Honor Court, said court clerk Steve Cheeseman.He .
showing in Florida Union Audi- reporters in order to be incon- Contrasting with the glamorous

torium. spicuous," Green said. "I must models were pictures of women said no cases are on record at the present.

The Soviet cosmonauts' press have succeeded, because people sweeping the streets with blooms When a bicycle is stolen, it Is usually reported to the campus police,
conference In August,1962,was one told me to sit down quite, a few of brush and laying telephone ca- he added.

of the highlights of the uncensoredfilm. times." bles. The campus police refer the case to the Disciplinary Committeethru
Unlike an American press conference "When a Russian grandmotherdoes
the Dean of Men's office.
the cosmonauts read pre this type of work, it's called
"As I could not get a ticketto pared speeches and then spent the free enterprise," commented
It, I stood outside with 60 other rest of their time signing auto- Green. Cheeseman said that if a student sees another student stealing a

people trying to get a glimpse of graphs, rather than answering any Contradictions exist in Russian bike, he can report it to the Honor Court. In this instance, the Honor

the cosmonauts as they arrived questions. agriculture. In scenes of a modern Court will handle the case.Cheeseman's .

for the conference. The people Green filmed department store experimental station, bare-footed
stolen from the Hubonthe weekend of Feb. 22.
around me started pushing, and I fashion show--something gaining milkmaids washed milk cans with bike was
have them to thank for my pict- increasing interest In Russia. cold water and oxen brought the He said that he left his bike Friday, and when he went back to pickit

I I grain fodder in from the fields-- up, it was gone.
He thinks it was stolen on Saturday night.
and
yet the farm was electrified
Benedict cites several ways an owner can protect his bicycle.
I I Raul Leoni Sworn In mechanized.Green learned in Russia that

with the city he said. "This makes
there was no Juvenile delinquency Students should register bicycles ,
because "it's against the law," the bike easier to spot."
CARACAS (UPI) Raul Leoni election, will govern for the next that a person could get a ticket Bicycle registration tags cost $1 and are good for five years. 1
was sworn in yesterday as 39th five years. He has pledged to
for having a dirty car, or be sent Benedict also reminded students to lock their bikes.
president of Venezuela in a cere- continue the policies of his friend
before the firing squad for smug-
mony marking a historic milestone and predecessor.The .
gling activities in the black mar- URA Often MisunderstoodAs
for this strategically vital nationin ceremony followed a solemnTe

the Western alU:1n: e. Deum Mass in the centuryold ket.The
language problem was over-
Leoni took the oath at 9:57 Caracas cathedral, celebratedby Christian Group OnlyThe
somewhat ,
come by an interpreter.
a.m., EST, and then received the Jose Humberto Cardinal .
However, Green almost found himself -
tri-colored sash of office from Quintero and attanded by delega-
in serious trouble while watch- University Religious Asso- under the title of Student Religious
outgoing President Romulo tions from 50 nations. ing Olympic athletes train when ciation (URA), which sponsorsWorldUniversityService Association. The present title was
Betancourt. Cardinal Quintero hailed Betan- Week adopted in 1959.
he remarked, "I'd like to shoot ,
The ceremony was held in the court for guiding Venezuela
these people." He learned at once is often misunderstood to be mere- "We sponsor Religion-in-Life
gold domed senate chamber of through five precarious years of Week the Chrlstmas-on-Campus
that the word "shoot" has only ly a Christian organization, according ,
the national congress. It markedthe democracy and achieving the his-
one meaning in Russia. to Bob Mounts, URA pres- program, and World-University-
first time in Venezuela's 134 toric milestone of turning over Views were shown of magnif leant ident. Service Week," he said.
years of independence that one power to a freely elected cathedrals turned into "church Mounts added that during the Re-
freely elected president turned successor for the first time. we're llglon-in-Llfe Week, URA invites
museums" through which children "But actually, only anor-
over power to a successor also Streets were cleared for,a half' are taken on guided 'tours arid told ganlzation which affords studentsand religion leaders to the campus to

chosen by the people. mile around the Capitol. how the priests used to persecutethe other members of the univer- give lectures as well as discuss
Leoni, winner of the Dec. 1 Soldiers and police with tommy- people. sity community a channel of cooperation problems concerning religion.The .

guns stood guard against any Com- "The government has closed among any and all reli- Chrlstmas-on-Campus

Going To munist attempt to disrupt the In down many churches on the prem- gious agencies," Mounts said. gram is a traditional Christmas

1 auguration. ise that they are unsafe, althoughthe "Our aim Is to encourage and observance at which UF PresidentJ.
workmanship has survived for stimulate discussion of religious Wayne Reitz presents his annual -

WSA MeetWomen's Union RoomsCampus centuries," said Green. issues within the educational and yuletide message.The World-
"Russia and Its People" was the intellectually aims of a modern University-Service Week aims to

organizations final film in a series titled, "The university," Mounts added. raise funds in order to help the
Student AssociationWSA pick applicationsfor World Around Us," which was The University Religious Asso- academic progress of other coun-
may up
( ) President Vicki Weithorn
established 1947
in the sponsored thelnternational ciation was in
will be attending a regional WSA room space
Florida Union for the Committee of the Florida Union tries.WARM
convention in Lexington, Ky.,
March 13-18. spring trimester atthe Board for Student Activities.
union desk.Deadline. "The response to the programhas A
Carolyn Smith vice of
president
been excellent, and we planto
WSA, said Miss Weithorn will learn for returningthe WEATHER
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continue it next year, Jane
what the Women's Student Associ- completed applicationsis I
March 20. Palmour, chairman of the com- nn@gJ
ations from the other southern SPECIAL I
mittee, stated Tuesday. ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY
states are doing.
"Vicki will attend workshops and 1 &i J

conferences on how to create more

Interest in and improve WSA,"
Miss Smith said. VERYG

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! By JOHN CLENDENON Owens averaged 26 points a game
Sports Writer during the season.
I But the Terriers are not a one- For SpeedingDENVER

Three years can fly by awfully man club by any means. _
Tommy Tompkins, a 6-foot-3 F
fast.Ask Coach Bobby Shiver of the senior, and Ron Jackson, a 6- ,..' ra i (UPI) -- Sonny Liston,

Hillsborough Terriers. Or ask foot-4 sophomv."J, give Shiver's the ex-convict who straightened out
of the UF. squad good height under the boards.
Coach Norm Sloan 1'(1.' his life and became heavyweight
J. T. Guida and Bill Elliot give Il. boxing champion of the world., was

Tomorrow night at 6:30 p.m., Hillsborough a potent guard combo ; out on $300 bond yesterday, after
Shiver's squad will knock heads and lend polish to the Terrier j r; being arrested on three traffic

with pensacola High in a Class attack.In charges and a concealedweaponcount.
AA semi-final contest at Florida Pensacola, Hillsborough will c .
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Gym. The game will be one of face a team that compiled an enviable THREE YEARS AGO The Incident was Liston's first
eight contests Friday in the State 23-4 slate without a man over brush with police In his adopted
High School basketball tournament.Shiver's 6-2. Tommy Learn, a 6-foot-2 .Bobby Shiver was the star backcourt man for Coach home town. It came two weeksto

forward, leads a balanced attack Norm Sloan's UF cagers. Shiver captained the 1960- the night after he lost his ,,

team brings an Impressive with The a 12.6 average.two Class AA 1961 team that won 15 and lost 11. Tomorrow night, heavyweight crown to Cassius Clay
remaining
25-1 record into the state at Miami Beach.
quintets will squareoffat9:30p.m. will face Pensacola
tournament. If Tampa Hillsbor Shiver's Tampa Hillsborough quintet

ough gets by Pensacola, It will tomorrow night. High in a Class AA contest in the state high school Liston was stopped Tuesday
meet either Cocoa or Miami Seniorin Cocoa, the 1960 Class A champ, night by a policeman who said he
the Class AA final Saturday will put Its 28-2 record on the tourney. clocked the ex-champion's car at

night at 9:30 p.m. line against Miami Senior, 24-1 on 76 miles per hour in a 30 mph
the season. zone, found he had no valid driv-
er's license and was carrying a 2 2-

Three years ago at this time, Gagner Sticks To Football; I CarsDisplayed I caliber revolver.
Shiver had Just wound up a dis- Sports The officer, James Snyder, also
tinguished cage career at the UF. said Liston threatened to "whip"

During the 1960-61 season the Ga- Eyes Position At TackleGeorgia him.Liston
tors were 15-11 overall and 9-6 told United Press Inter-
in Southeastern Conference (SEC) national he had been driving 50:

competition. Shiver was captain of Spring football practice In 80 degree Tech last fall," says Sports car owners will have ai miles per hour and that he was
the team and the second leading weather might not agree with Graves. "He saw considerable action opportunity this Sunday to display] carrying the gun. He denied making

scorer.In folks, but It suits Florida's last season but is Just now their cars and demonstrate their' trouble for the policeman.
some starting to realize what tackle playis driving skills at the Concourse cS' He gave no explanation for the
Gagner.
Larry all about." Elegance and Gymkhana. It will gun, but said he did not usually
the same year, Coach Norm Gagner, one of the fastestrisingGator excused from "With his ability and attitude he be presented by the Fine Arts carry one. Snyder said one shell

Sloan, In his first year at the UF, the remainder linemen, of was spring football could be a great one. as he gains Committee of the Florida Union and was empty In the pistol but it
named SEC Coach of the Year. Club.In .
was the UF Sports Car had not been determined whether
Hillsborough has won Its last 12 drills by head coach Ray Gravesin experience. fired recently.
the weapon was
order to play baseball after
games after suffering a midseason -
upset at the hands of Cigar City Saturday's game scrimmage. Most Interesting scrap of the the Concourse the autos will
rival Robinson High. Tuesday's practice session roll- spring has been going on at left be Judged on a basis of appearanceand Snyder, who said he had no idea
ed around and Gagner showed up tackle between Gagner and senior malntalnence (Inside and out), of Llston's Identity until they

in football gear once again."I Dennis Murphy,a second-term all- with extra points awarded fot such reached the police station, said
Just didn't want to miss these choice last year. things as useful accessories which Liston at one point told him: "I'm
The final state prep poll, con- final couple of weeks," explainedthe conference the driver has added to his car. going to whip you, and I can."
ducted by the Miami Herald, found Beach Junior. "They Liston spent less than an hour
in Daytona Each boy has taken turns on the
the Terriers in the No. 2 spot
station. lie was
and the at the police .
the state behind Miami Senior. will be important to me first unit, with promotions and The competition will be divided charged with speeding, careless ..
wait.
team and baseball can demotions being made on the basis into three classes, based upon the
238 is the fastest and reckless driving, and carryinga
Gagner, 6-2, of grades in scrimmage films. price of the car when new. Officers
Hillsborough features the scor- Florida lineman and considered by The gymkhana will give driversa concealed weapon.
said he peeled off $300 from a
allstarat
ing and rebounding of Andy Owens, Gator coaches a potential taste of competition, but without
than
a 6-foo6-5 junior who some cage his tackle position."Larry "Gagner Is helping make Murphya the risk of damaging their cars, wad of bills totaling more
experts believe may be the best played end and fullbackfor better tackle and vice-versa," or themselves.The $800, posted bond and was re-
roundball performer ever pro- most of his career until only says Graves. "Both of them are leased.

duced in Florida scholastic ranks. five days before our game against going to be a tremendous help to cars will run against a Snyder said the fighter had an
-, our football team next fall. unidentified woman with him and
stopwatch over a small twisting
course that emphasizes maneuver. :hat she drove his car home after

Florida's scrimmagethisSaturday ability and handling. Maximum :he arrest, but Liston insisted he

will be held at Florida Field speed will be about 30 mph. was alone.
prior to the Class C state There will be 3 classes for Liston's arraignment was set
10 but could be rescheduled -
for April
basketball game set for 3:30 at sports cars and 2 classes for
at any time before then.
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Gatars Outlast MocsIn GLENN with LANEY


Sports Editor

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13-lnnng Just last week I was sleeping through class when the prof had the
I audacity to wake me from my slumber with a question.
Through the dim and hazy film which was my mind I could only
After three hours and 12-2/3 Innings of baseball had decided nothing but a 0-0 deadlock, the Florida Gators catch the last part of the question.It .
pushed across a single run in the bottom of the thirteenth to edge Florida Southern 1-0 here yesterday.Four had to do with something about sports and where certain Information -
Gator pitchers combined to fashion a no-hl'u r as Coach Dave Fuller's team racked up its second could be found. I was suppose to give as a .eference some
extra-inning victory of the season in as many starts. Florida beat this same Southern team 4-1 In 11 sports encyclopedia. But my first reaction was "Well I guess I would
Innings Saturday at Lakeland.The call Sports Publicity and ask then if they had IU"!
Gators scored the lone run of the game on the heels of a two-out rally In the thirteenth frame. Well, for class this was wrong, but In actual situations the first
With darkness closing in, third baseman Earl Montgomery smashed a single to left to score rightfielder place to check for information concerning inter-collegiate athleticsis
Bill Blomgren, who had struck a double.It with the sports publicity department of the UF.
was a heartbreaking defeat for Moc righthander Ken Murphy, who pitched the entire 13 Innings In This is one of those behind the scene offices without which this
a losing cause. Murphy surrendered eight hits, struck out five and walked four. university could not function--athletic wise.
Gator star Danny Eggart, last of the four pitchers employed by Fuller, hurled the final four frames to Its dynamic young director, Norm Carlson, does a "million" thingsin
pick up the win. Eggart was also the winning pitcher in the initial Florida victory over Southern. his Job and he does them all well.
Fuller used a trio of sopho- His fellow sports publicity directors from other schools showed
more righthanders in three inning their faith in his abilities when they elected him President of the Sports
stints each over the regulation nine Information Directors Association.A .

innings. Don Pendley, Dui Griffin, graduate of the UF, Carlson went to work for the Atlanta Journalas
and Richard Phallnes each '""" '-- ''.'<.'> a sports writer before he accepted the Job of Sports Publicity
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responded with hitless balls,but the ,. ... ,. ; Director at Auburn. He served four years there before returning to
Gators muffed numerous scoring his alma mater.
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opportunities during this time to ;4 The list of things that Carlson's office takes care of are prodigious.
send the into overtime. ...
game Anything concerning the UF and its intercollegiate program in sports
Florida left the loaded
baser in '
:_ comes through his office.
both the fourth and the sixth There are seven varsity sports (none of them handball by the way)
innings. The Gators stranded 12 which his office has to take into consideration. Not only do they publicizethe
men on the basepaths. rh. particular contest before it happens, but they also have someone
Centerflelder Jim Elliot, Blom- .
from their office cover the contest.
gren and Montgomery each con- During football season this doesn't sound like too big an order (although -
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nected for two hits to theGators' : >
pace ,;. .' .',"- -.' It is). However, during the spring sports the going gets a little
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eight hit attack. ..... sticky.
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Three times Southern got men as .." 1",' ..., ,. ................. ,....4..I'. .
far as third base without the aid ':... >.'...1: "..-. =-"+ .-. ........... :. :: '.: -' -"' <. .- You start off with spring football practice, then swimming, golf,
tennis and baseball.
of a hit, but 'in each. instance they JUST I IN THE NICK OF TIME ,
Pictures, records, current Information, statistics of all kinds,
I were left on base. ...is Florida's Don Pendley as he nosedives back to first and brochures of all the different sports are constantly flowing In and
out of Sports Publicity and finding their way into the hands of the general
UF Neffers base to thwart a pick-off attempt.BILL public--and to those who need it desperately so they can put out a paperl)

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... Florida's undefeated tennis team
kept its record Intact with an 8-1 c r
win over the University of
Pennsylvania yesterday before 200 r4ti
fans on the Gators' home courts. '41 ar
Coach Bill Potter's aggregation
swept all six singles encountersand ri :: S i x r r r
two of the three doubles mat-

ches. -
The netters now have a 5-0 re-
cord. Florida will host the Tulane
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racketeers on Sautrday.
In the singles matches, Bill Tym
(F) beat John Reese (P) 6.4, 6.3;
Dave Bonner (F) topped Richard
Kolker (I) 7-5, 6.2; Steve Gard-
ner (F) defeated John Stein (P)
6-1, 7-5; Jerry Pfeiffer (F) edged
Richard Lieberman (P) 12-10,6-2; '
Don Losman (F) downed Arthur ..:: : l* FW'
Blllis (F) 6-1, 6-0; and Vic StoneF j<"p ;
( ) overcame Murry Durand (P) S;: / try riL

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stopped Reese and Howard CoonleyP .in action yesterday a-
( ) 6-2, 4-6, 6-3; Pfeiffer and
gainst Penn. The SEC sin- "
Ron Rebhuhn (F) edged Stein and ;
Blllis (P) 6-1,5-7, 7-5; and In gles champion polished off t F M

Penn's lone triumph, Kolker and John Reese in his singlestest.
M Lieberman tipped Gardner and
John Hansen of Florida 6-3, 64. .

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