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. Let Communists Speak-- But Answer Them j jBy

SKIP HAVISER The problem of Communist grown up reading scare stories communism," he said. been beguiled, he added.
Staff Writer speakers on university campuseson about Communists, should want to Circular letters have gone out Some 600 Hamilton College students ; -
(Editor's Note: This is the fifth a national scale was the sub- see one for themselves," Anderson to editors of college newspapers, a private college, listened
and last part of a series dealing ject of a column written by Jack wrote. advising them of this service, he quietly to Party pop-off Arnold
with the issues Involved in pre- Anderson, Drew Pearson's associate "The party has now establishedan said. The letters' target: gulli- Johnson until Johnson, attemptingto
senting a "controversial speaker" which appeared March 1. official Communist lecture bur ble students who may be susceptible illustrate a point, referred to a
on the University of Florida cam- "Perhaps it is only natural that eau, which offers speakers for to a little brain rinsing. Of personal experience in which he
pus.) American students, who have lectures, forums, and debates on course, only a few students have ( See SPEAKER Page 7)) iI

The Florida AlligatorVol.56No.116

University of FloridaGainesville FridayMarch 13,1964


Kept From \ i

t I V Engineering Fair, Pg. 2

U.S. AirmenHEIDELBERG s ;: r r;,, r City Elections, Pg. 4

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Germany (UPI) : Friday, the 13th, Pg. 5
-- The Soviet Union yesterday
blocked U. S.efforts to locate three
Sports Pages 13-15
American Air Force officers shot ha ,
down by Russian aircraft when
their reconnaissance plane strayed
into Communist East Germany.A .
Classes Are In'On
demand for the return of the

fliers was ignored and Red Army *
troops prevented U. S. search : "

teams from entering the area Good Friday
where the plane crashed. The

Russians refused to diiulge the '1R
fate of the three officers.

The U. S. Air Force confirmed w Rwt Staff Writer
information that the officers para-
chuted from the RB66 twin-jet
Students may not call Friday, March 27, "Good" when they find out
before it crashed and were taken
that classes will not be suspended.
Into custody by the Communists."But .
Actually, a vacation "has never been University of Florida policy"
as far as we are aware, for Good Friday, a Christian holy day, Assistant Registrar Richard
the search teams have not yet H. Whitehead said.
been permitted by the Russians to "In the past it Just 'happened" that Good Friday fell during Spring
approach the crash site nor have Vacation," Whitehead asserted. He Indicated that no particular religious

they been given any information -- ---.- -- ., -- ........_,- group could be singled out for special attention.As .
the whereabouts and condition of to whether the faculty would be more lenient on absences that
the crew," a spokesman for the AH. 33 MORE DAYS UNTIL day, Whitehead had "no comment." "It's up to the individual to decide
U. S. Embassy In Bonn told UPI. in his own mind U he wants to
this day dreams Greg Lawrence, 2 UC, as he "pre- cut classes," reported Whitehead.

In a letter made public Thurs- pares" for the rugged battery of tests ahead. His home Sherman 'Shot' ; "And the professors may either

day, Gen. Paul L. Freeman, U. S. excuse him or not," he said.
commander in chief town ?is you guessed it, Fort Lauderdale. (Photos by
Army -
Speaking as a faculty member
KA's To RescueSEE ,
for told Gen. I. I.Yaku- Johnston)
Europe, Carolyn Dr. Austin B. Creel, assistant
bovsky, Soviet army chief in East of
professor religion,said the cur-
Germany: Starts Gator Gras ( PAGE 3)) rent policy is "unwise" but that

"I would ask that you see to I the administration is under pres-
it that the three members of the sure to keep in accord with the

crew are returned as soon as Labor Writer To Talkgree academic calendar.
possible to American authorities." Creel pointed out that in the
past he had negoltated with Dean
There was no reply to Free- Noted labor columnist Victor sordid living and sweatshops were Riesel went to work for a Lester L. Hale of Student Affairson
man's letter, dispatched Wednes- Riesel will speak tonight at a commonplace. He started news- small wire service. In 1943 he the subject. An agreementwas
day night after the Soviets reported banquet honoring UF students out- paper work at the age of 15, started his famous labor columnfor reached allowing students to
that the plane had been shot standing in leadership at the Hub covering a street riot as his first Hall Syndicate.Like attend religious ceremonies with
down because it was on a military at 6 p.m.Riesel. assignment. At night he attended the "assumption that professors
spy mission. grew up in New York's City College. his father who was killed would be understanding" when
lower east side where crime, After obtaining his master's de- by a severe beating, Riesel has checking the roll book.
The airmen aboard were Identi- crusaded for honest dealings In From another viewpoint, Dick
fied as Capt. David I. Holland, labor unions. But in 1956 he too
Gober, vice-president of the
35, of Holland, Minn., the pilot; .
was attacked by mobsters. Riesel student body, said that students
1st Lt. Harold W. Welch, 34, of
is totally blind from acid thrownin
should be "allowed the benefit otdoubt"
Detroit the navigator, and Capt.
Hits UFThe his eyes. if they failed to show up
Melvin J. Kessler, 30, of Phila-
for classes on Good Friday. "Any
delphia, instructor-navigator. front lawn of University the University Auditorium at 8:15 Shortly after the accident he person who wants to go to church

Auditorium, becomes a carnival p.m.The resumed work with Hall Syndi- should be free to do so," Gober
ground tomorrow night as Gator winner of the talent show cate and today his column also said.
Gras hits the campus. will receive 150, and the runnerup appears in a conservative Wash-

Anti Beetle Vote Included in the day's doln's will $25 prize.Crowning ington weekly. ;JJ;' I
of the Gator Gras *
be a carnival, talent show, street '
Springfield, In.(UPI) The dance and Gator Gras Queen Queen will be held after the talent Recently, Rlesel's "beat" Included <
following poem, submitted bya crowning, all on the front lawn of show. Also announced at this time the Florida East Coast Rail-
self-described "mlddleaged, the auditorium. will be the winners of the talent way strike.In .
anti Beatle, Democratic,' show and the winning carnival .
Other Gator Gras events will a column dated February 29
parent, was printed in the booths.
Include the carnival, talent show, Riesel commented on the strike:
March edition of the Illinois The Gator Gras Queen will be
street dance, and crowning of the "The mutual antagonisms are
Democratic News: chosen from among 20 contestants
Gator Gras Queen, all tomorrow understandable. Edward Ball ., .,
"Oh, it's not so much his sponsored by various campus or-
night on the front lawn of the Uni-
courage, ganizations. Judges of the contest (Chairman of FECR Is a rugged
Or the way he guards our versity Auditorium. will be D. E. Sterrett, Florida UnIon individualist who is running a I I%

money. Gator Gras Carnival will startat program director; Capt. P. struck freight service on time with
I've found a special reason 7 p.m. The carnival will have R. Herbert, AFROTC professor; a non-union crew. The leaders of
think is and Bennett of the striking union see this as a q
To Lyndon a approximately booths sponsoredby George professor
"honey." fraternities, sororities and Journalism, according to Karen challenge to the entire railway

Come November you will find other campus organizations, according Karl, queen contest chairman. union structure."If (
me working hard for LBJ, to Al Leonard, Gator Gras Election of a Gator Gras Queen
'Cause Luci asked to see general chairman. was started last year. The queen Florida East Coast succeeds
The Beatles, Awards will be given to the best last year was Jo Ann Notarls, in defying the long strike, it will
And Daddy Johnson answerednay booth and the most original booth 3AS. Miss Notaris, a member of be the first non-union railway to
," Leonard said. Delta Delta Delta sorority,is from operate successfully recent his J"
The talent show will be held in Miami Springs. tory." VICTOR RIESEL

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Page 2 The Florida Alligator FridayMarch 13, 1964

I 19th Engineering Far; Opens Today

Combining scientific skills and the knack of showmanship,UF student
engineers begin displaying a wide array of exhibits in the 19th annual
Engineers' Fair opening today on the campus.

The three-day event will be open to the public from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
today from 2 to 9:30 p.m. tomorrow and from 2 to 8 p.m.Sunday!
Featured among the exhibits will be a model of the Florida Cross-
state Barge Canal. The model, constructed by civil engineering stu-
dents, Includes a dam and spillway, reservoir areas, a map of the
canal route and a replica of the canal locks.

,: y hSr The fair centers attention on coming trends In engineering and what
1i&L engineering is doing to benefit modern man.A .
model "hot cell" which employs mechanical hands to handle radio-
active material from behind a protected barrier will be exhibited by
nuclear. engineering students.

'': AC1iNA'A The electrical engineers will demonstrate a tracking station, similarto
those used In tracking spacecraft. The model unit can trace visible
objects travelling through the sky.
In addition to the student exhibits, 19 industrial engineering firms are
7'F -.r.wr displaying items in the fair. The top student displays will receive cash
awards. Judges to determine the winners will represent engineeringfirms
from all over the state.
The United States Air Force is sponsoring the display of an Agena A"
rocekt engine, similar to the one used in the Discoverer space series.
The Engineers' Fair is sponsored by the student chapter of the Benton
Engineering Society. The exhibits will be displayed in the College of
Engineering Building and other designated nearby areas.


of the "Agena A" satellite vehicle, used in the Dis- THUNDERBIRD

coverer series will be displayed in conjunction with the

Engineering Fair opening here today. The giant 19-foot, MOBILE HOMESHAS
8,500-pound rocket has been used i in more than half of

the United States rocket launchings during the past 36

months.The "Agena A" will be just one of the many ARRIVED IN GAINESVILLE

projects which are on exhibit today, Saturday, and
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Falls In Intermission FridayMarch 13,1964 The Florida Alligator Page! 3

I KA's Secede From Civilization ,

SLAM! A shot rang out and Gainesville "surrender or die with After the parade, a Secession
Sherman fell. the South." Proclamation will be read by Dubby
Murphree, the commander generalof
An old Southern gentleman in
Gen. William T. Sherman, late Fort Kappa Alpha, "We will
the first stood haughtily and
of the Union Army was "deader'na actually secede from the Union
doornail. siad, "Sir I resent that!" where- for 48 hours. This is no Joke,"
upon he cocked his old horse- said T. Davis,proclamation chair-
pistol and fired point blank.
Sherman in all man. We will send a telegramto
his military
Then came hordes of whooping
the President of the United
splendor had 4
just swaggered onto Johnny Rebs down the isle to States."
the stage at the Florida Theatre
last night and demanded that spirit away Sherma > body. Frost said a "Sharecropper'sStomp"
would take place tonightat
This pageant, enacted annually,
the KA House."Everyone .
kicked oft the Kappa Alpha Fra- I
FSU ternity Order's Plantation Ball will dress like poor
Ladies'Quota dirt farmers," he sald''Overalls
Weekend. Earlier in the day,
and ragged dresses are the order."
Confederate horsemen rode over
Saturday night's Plantation Ball
the UF campus, delivering Planta-
Filled will climax the festivities. Men
tion Ball invitations to the belles.
will be in confederate uniformsand

women will wear ante-bellum
TALLHASSEE (UPI) -- Florida John Frost, ball chairman, saida costumes. It will be at the Gaines- .-- -
State University said yesterday parade would take place today ville Womans Club. AN INVITATION REBEL-STYLE
there was no more room for womenin composed of "the Confederate Forst said "new rose" wouldbe
this fall's freshman class. troops from Fort Kappa Alpha, crowned at the ball. is received by Millie Gorman from Kappa Alpha'sGeorge

Assistant registrar Willis Cald- their belles, and all it's attendant "This is our sweetheart," he McLaulhin as Buster Greene, left, and Buddy

cannon-firings, flag wavings, rebel said. "We will also select four Hogan look on. (Photo by Carolyn Johnston)
well said the quota of 1,425 had yells and the like." He said the attendant 'rosebuds.' "

been filled He said, however, parade would start at 3:30 p.m. Kappa Alpha is a southern fra-

the 1,425 quota for men had not near the American Legion hall, ternity having over 80 chapters, Board Votes Today
been filled and applications were and then proceed down University none of which extend north of the

still being taken. Ave ending at the KA house. Mason-Dixon line.

On UF Constitution/

.}f S i' s qK A "complete revision" of the order to update the Constitutionto
UF Constitution will be voted on reflect great changes made in
by the State Board of Control In the university in the last decade

a meeting at Tallahassee today, and a half.Futher .
according to Prof. Frederick Hart- he said, the "Consti-
mann, secretary of the University tution as a whole" is Importantto
Constitutional Committee.The the university and declined to
revisions have been under single out any portion of the revisions "

.. way for the past two years, but as most Important.Prof. .
due to certain "policy changes" Seymour Dlock, president r
.. which had to be made by the Board, of the university chapter of the
:',',::-"N they have not yet been approved. American Association of Univer-
However, Hartmann said the sity Professors (AAUP), agreed
University Senate has okayed the with Hartmann, saying "The whole
measures. thing is important. There was
Hartmann said the changes such considerable revision that we

John Lauritzen wanted further knowledge amounted to an updating of the couldn't say any one thing couldbe
Constitution of 1047 to get one picked out and played up."
which is "more adequate for our Prof. Block said jie expectedthe
needs." Board to approve the revi-
I He said they were made, "In sions.
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Page 4 The Florida Alligator Friday,March 13,1964

J City Candidates Gird For Election I

the only candidate preparing his own platform."
According to Richardson, he favors and would seek to implementa
Staff Writers program of long range planning coordinating the city with the univer
Going hand in hand with this would be an elimination of duplicate
Heavy voting is expected Tuesday in a hotly contested city election sity. tax
city-county assessment he
x facilities and a coordinated said.
which far concerned will the so-called "old guard"against
'' as as many are pit
r Butt, said Thursday that planning and zoning, "based on good
the Civic Action Association (CAA).
ordinances are his primary concerns In running for the Gainesville
Seeking reelection is 47-year-old Byron Wlnn, local restaurant
and Gainesville's City Commission."I'm .
owner present
mayor. in this race because I feel Gainesville is at a crossroads
Wlnn will be after his second three year term. He is opposed in ,
bound to expand in the very near future.
this Instance by Dr. :Jdwin Andrew, who in recent weeks has become that it
identified as the "white knight" of the "old guard" section of city "I've been here 11 years and I've seen how this kind of expansioncan
ANDREWS WINN politics. Andrews has also served one term. be used for personal gain," he added.
Opposing each other for the second seat are two UF faculty members; Butt said he thinks, particularly following annextion, that much of
Arnold Butt, the university's consulting architect James Richardson, Gainesville's citizenry Is aroused; that "they care about more things
a professor of finance in the College of Business Administration.Butt than gas stations and libraries."
+3YY has the open support of the CAA, while Richardson is an avowed "Some people around here think the best use of land is the way that
"independent" running with the recommendation of an anti-CAA group will get the most money out of it," Butt said.
which voted its support to Andrews and Richardson at a meeting several "But I think the best use of land is that way which Is best for the

((1 weeks ago. community as a whole," he explained.But .
Y "My basic platform is very simple," Andrews said. "I believe In the former chairman of the City Planning Board, cites his experienceon
integrity and reliability of government at all levels." the planning board as criterion for election.
He favors the abolishment of spot zoning, and added he would encourage From his experience he says Gainesville needs improved housing
a continued strong planning program, but "under the city codes, an improved captial improvement program and a complete
manager's office instead qf the Plan Hoard, as the CAA-domlnated charter revision and reorganization of city government -- "after a
BUTT RICHARDSONViet City Commission has recently done." referendum, of course."
"I'm running on my record of the past three years," said Mayor "My work on the planning board has shown me a need for a great deal
Wlnn. "There are very few things we would like to do in the comingtwo of revision In the city charter."It .
or three years which we (the commission)have not already started. was adopted in 1927 and is quite out-dated," he explained."We .
Throughout the campaign Richardson has emphasized the fact that now have a utilities department and a finance department that
NamPromised "I am running as an independent." is not under the city manager, and that strikes me as a pretty loose
Accusing his opposition running on warmed over Issues," Richardson way to run a city," he said.
said he is the best qualified candidate "to serve all the people. "I would want to bring all these little items to the ballot and let the
The UF has a potential of approximately 2,000 qualified facultyand
Public Lands'Mathews
'Save student voters so far as the election is concerned.
(UPI) -- Defense Sec- Most observers figure however, that it will be split between Butt
retary Robert S. McNamara, end- By United Press InternationalA $1.25 for every worker. and Richardson affecting the weight that it might other wise carry in
ing his mission to embattled South High estimated the severancetax widening the margin of victory one way or the other.
Viet Nam, said last r.ightthe situa- moratorium on sales of state which has been defeated in
tion here Is serious and pledgedthe lands every session on the legislaturein
particularly bay bottoms,
United States will provide addi- was urged yesterday by candidatefor recent times, would raise about
tional aid "now and as long as it governor John E. MathewsJr. $20 million a year. He proposedthat
takes" to win victory over the each county retain onethirdof
Communists.In "The state Internal Improve- the tax collected within its CASH I
an airport speech to 3,000 ment board has the prime dutyof borders earmarked for Industrial
cheering Vietnamese, McNamaraalso saving these public lands for development.
pledged the U. S. govern- the public," said Mathews, a state Campaigning in Palatka, state
ments' full support to South Viet senator from Duvan County.He Rep. Fred Karl of Daytona Beach
Nam's new strongman, Maj. Gen. made the proposal In St. pledged he would return Integrityto
Nguyen Khanh, and to his pacifi- Petersburg- where man made government and, stealing apage
cation plan to put down the rebellion developments have already filled from the platform of former Gov.
by Communist guerrillas. Leroy Collins, said "there will bea
much of beautiful
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McNamar and his high levelU. Bay. return to 'government in the up to $600 222 W. Univ.
S. task force then took off in sunshine."
an Air Force jetliner for Honolulu "No land should ever be sold
where he scheduled a con- where there Is the slightest chance
ference with U. S. Pacific Com- that it ever would be useful to CP'IP

mander Adm. Harry D. Felt, before the public, or where it may be It> POPULAR & CLASSICAL VttfX"
continuing to Washington to useful to our wildlife resources." \ 9c1 .
report to President Johnson. In Tallahassee, where he held a '\
McNamara, flanked by Gen. news conference and a public reception -
Khanh on an airport platform, reaffirmed culminating a tour of north- RECORD SALE!!! \
the pledge he had madeon west Florida, Miami Mayor Robert
his arrival here five days ago King High said as governor he s
of a long-term American military would urge adoption by the legis-
and economic commitment to South lature of a severance tax on tim atMALONE'S
Viet Nam's deteriorating guerrilla ber, phosphates and minerals anda
war against the Communists. flat state minimum wage of tJ

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FridayMarch 13, 1964 The Florida Alligator Pace 5 6

CA.DIIJIoS: : LIF n- .I' j

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Don't Sweat

Friday The 13th :

Fear not. As for the unluckiness of 13, it
The significance of Friday the dates as far back as Greek and
13th and its tamed bad luck holds Roman days when the story told 1

true only for the anxiety-driven of Loki, the spirit of strife and
i4W neurotic and victims of old wives' mischief, intruding upon a banquet
tales. of 12 other Gods and Balder, a .

__ Searching for explanations of favorite of the Gods, was killed.
F-1\ life, cave men invented supersti- Combined, Friday and the number .
tions, said Dr. Robert F. Cary, 13 are believe to be doubly
university medical center psychi- predestined for bad fortune.

atrist.A Cary cited three reasons for
kind of "magical thinking," superstitious beliefs inthemodernworld.
superstitions were a result of .

"post hoc ergo propter hoc" logic Superstitions help satisfy man's
=:t 4 Cary explained, which means that desire to control things, to relieveone

early humans thought that because of anxiety, and sometimes, to
one event followed another, produce anxiety, he said.
the second event was caused by Cary termed the actions of an
the first. individual who walks down a side-
As these beliefs were handed walk deliberately steppingon
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down from
FRIDAYTHEI3thv. generation to genera- cracks as an example of "com
tion, black cats, ladders, rabbit pulsive behavior." Related to this
.is celebrated above by Pat Maddalna, 3 ED, left, and Jo Bunch, 4JMas they feet and days such as today came are phobias or unexplained fearsof

... to Inspire emotions such as fear things like elevators, heights,
"scour" the UF campus for four-leaf clovers A or hope. water and similar things.

Black Diamond below a jet- Bad luck on Friday is tracedby Superstitions are often ritualistic -
some to the Crucifixion of
for the of
black tom cat belonging to Joe Zeigler, activity purpose
Chlrst and has given rise to some getting rid of anxiety, Cary added.
3JM seems to Le enjoying "his" day. unusual ideas.
k "It is unlucky to go courting on "Some people like to prove the
(Photos by Carolyn Johnston) a Friday," warn the superstitious. superstition," he said. A person

1 Just as fated, "To dibble potatoes may go on to prove their beliefs "
on a Friday will mean the with an "accident," caused in part
eJ crop will fail." by their own anxiety.

:t" kJk : L 4 Beta SweefhearfSelection DueAt I

Suspense is mounting for the a semi-formal dinner at the
final selection of the Beta Theta Pi Deta House Saturday night the Judg-
Sweetheart.Five ing will be narrowed to three girls.
finalists selected Wednes- After dinner the announcement of

day night are Irene Curry (KAT), "Deta Sweetheart" will be made
Donna Gurnlc, Arlene Hildebrandt, followed by the announcement of

(DDD), Sandy Neilson (00)), and the court.
Susan Skinner (ADPI). The campus Is Invited to attend
s. They were selected from a fieldof the casual coronation ball Saturday

"- 22 beauties on their personal night at 9 p.m.The Night/ires will
Pandora's Box ar: : : Sisters Fete charm and attractiveness. provide the music.


Campus Living Editor i I I Music; Banquet Heidi I

Gator Gras Weekend turns bumble fingered,thumb smashers : SAE 'Mom'Honoring
Into expert carpenters, as sorority girls make preparations for '; Phi Mu Alpha, Men's Music Slnfonia, held their banquet March 1 at
their (hopefully) unique booths at the annual carnival Saturday : the Holiday Inn.

night. Flinging water balloons, ringing legs, and rolling eggs N Following the banquet seven new members were Initiated. They Include -
Mrs. Joree McFarlenfor
are just a sample of the weird events programmed for Gator i I : Robert Byrd, Homer Jackson Carter, Edward McArthuf Powell,
29 of service house-
Gras. Charles Koch, Kenneth Heller, William Pass, and Gregory Lawrence.
mother of Sigma Alpha the
Although the sororities spend much time hammering and ; Epsilon, Chapter meeting was held Tuesday, March 10, for the purpose of
Little Sisters of Minerva held
nailing for Gras, the ADPl's still managed to work in their s j: a electing new officers.
luncheon-meeting at the
annual Weekend March 7 in Melrose.Newly tapped Little Sisterof HolidayInn Newly elected officers are David Yost, President; Edward Powell,
on March 1.
ATO is Marcia Mase. Chosen for their speaking ability by Exec. Vice President and Alumni Sec.; Jack Carter, Treasurer; Robert
Florida Blue Key Speakers were Jeri Starr and Joni Lee Jones. r i Byrd, Secretary."Art .
Joree has been theSAE'shouse-
The new ADPi pledge class entertained the children at Sunland .11 and Music in our Contemporary Society" was the subject of a
mother longer than any other woman -
cottage Sunday. .:, speech given by Dr. David L. Wilmot, assoc. Prof of music.
in University of Florida his-
The Theta's were wined and dined at the Phi Tau House I'
tory. This is her final year in a
.' Wednesday night. Cool as always, the KAT's were triumphantin 1 chapter that has turned out men
bowling intramurals as they won the championship last t1
such as Senator George Smathersand
Thursday.As 1
former Governor Leroy Col-
the round of fraternity weekends continue, Linda Ponce, ?1 lins.
AOPI, was chosen as the Theta Chi's ideal "Dream Girl" last
week. Becky Welty was honored by being on the Fiji Sweetheart Also during the banquet, the

Court. 1 Little Sisters presented outgoing P
The Trl-Delts had a week filled with academic as well as :> President Winsome Dunn with a
esthetic honors. Chosen for Who's Who in American Collegesand 1 present and announced the new officers ,1

Universities was Mary Frances Tucker and tapped for of Little Sisters. They are _
Mortar Board, Airs Chipley. Third runner-up in the Miss Suzanne Robinson, president; Kitty
Azalea Festival in Palatka last weekend was Joyce Bleidner. : Brown, vice-president; Elaine tkT
Winning the title of "DTD pledge Sweetheart" for the DDD was '141 Taylor, secretary; Nelle Norfleet, F
pledge Carolyn Williams. The Tri-Delts are having Athenian ;' historian; and Susie Rablen, cor-
Evening tonight in honor of their professors and Instructors. respondlngsecretary.

Alpha Chi Omega's Gayle Bauer, Panhellenic President, ?
was tapped for Mortar Board. Goat songs does this mean :, The Little Sisters also initiated
singing goats? No, it's Just AXO inspiration week for neophytes! ; thirteen new members into the '
In the realm of campus beauties Karen: Roberts is a finalist ranks. They Include Quinn Flood, ::1-9.-- ;
for Military Ball Queen and Sue Miller is a Finalist for Gator t Mary Finley (XO), Jeanette WoodyXO r F
Gras Queen. ( ), Nancy Dee Williams (ADPi,
Alpha Epsilon Phi will hold a Senior Breakfast in honor of Edle McGlaughin (ADPi, Susie
graduating seniors, Sunday at 11:30 A.M.f. The seniors will r Rablen (ADPi, Jeanne Graud I GOTCHA COVERED

present a skit. I' (DDD), Ann Breslauer (DDD),Jean says Chris Tompkins as he keeps steady aim on Tom
The second trimester pledge class will sell donuts in the t Applegate (AXO), Ginger JacksonKD
Lang and Sandy McGuinnes at a recent Kappa Sigma ,
dorms as part of tbefralsl.ngproject. ( ), Carol Carey (KD), Meann .
'1 f l _I i Neff(AOPI,and Pam Regan(ZTA). "RoaVing''Twenties"'party.' .(Photo by Jim Nichols) .'.,' '..




Page 6 The Florida Alligator FridayMarch 13,1964 ConferenceSet

l I Raising Matc-hing Funds Law Here Today


I Task This Year Staff Writer
Pre-law students from all over Florida are meeting today for a I
two-day conference to hear and discuss preparation and background

In 1960. students been turned over to him. for law careers.
Students will have to work hard $9,702, for Students and Advisors Is being
about one-third of the entire The only money he has records The Pre-Law Conference sponsoredby
this year to collect for Dol- a-
money Association and the UF
for Is $300 from Phi Eta Sigma, a the Florida Pre-Law College of law.
lars for Scholars, part of the mount to be raised by the school.In .
I' National Defense Loan Fund. 1961, they raised $8,078, and in freshman's honorary and $20 froma According to Association President Bob
i The recent extra allocation of 1962, $8,047.In mechanical and agricultural club, Mounts, 4AS, the convention will give the

, i $225,000 from the government to 1963, accc ling to there- he said. student interested in law an opportunity to
said his records showed'not see what law school is like before
,: the student loan funds at the UF cords, the students raised no He r makinga
much effort" from the students. decision to attend.
will add to the money.
problems of raising 5.,.
matching funds, Robert C. Beaty, Beaty said that this year the Richard J. Gober, vice presidentof Mounts said the conference is a "two-day
financial director of Alumni Affairs Alumni will raise $30,000, but that student government, said that he program which will provide anyone even
said. he didn't know what would happen had found no record of any money remotely interested in law with background

With the additional allocation, next year. earned. FARLEY and information on the subJect.-

$225,000 more will have to be Lucius B. Gravely, university Edward S. Abbott, director of The Florida Pre-Law Association is a state-wide organization with

raised above the $27,778 raised cashier, said that if the studentshad Dollars for Scholars under the past chapters at Florida State University, the University of South Florida,

last year, he said. collected any money it had not administration of student govern- and the University of Florida. Last year over 80 students from 14

ment, said that "something was schools attended the association's first convention.

SG Forms Higher done." Robert J. Farley, dean emeritus of College of Law at the Universityof
He had arranged that all the be the of the
Mississippi (Ole Miss),will principal speaker conference
, money collected by the campus police Saturday night at six at the Holiday Inn.

Education CouncilA over $7,000 would go to the Farley is a graduate of Ole Miss and Yale University. lIe then

Dollars for Scholars, Abbott said. became dean and professor of law at Ole Miss, 1946-1963. Since
didn't the
"Maybe Gravely get September he has been professor of law at the University of Florida.
council for the "pursuit of then be communicated to the State balances yet." Reservations for the conference are available at Room 102, Collegeof
Legislature alumnae students and In order to meet the matchingfund
excellence in Florida higher education" Law, for $3.50.L. .
was organized yesterday parents." some university funds were William Graham, local attorney, will speak on opportunities in
"< as the Student Government Council The Council plans to show a released, interest"gained from the legal profession. He will emphasize the use of human relationsand

1 for Higher Education. film and hold Informal discussionsin short term investments. the role of public service in general law practice.Dr. .
John Young was named acting the on-campus living areas with- He said Instead of letting money
I Ernest R. Barltley, UF political science professor, will speakon
in the next few weeks. All stu- collected for deposits sit idle, it
chairman Student
general by Body
civil liberties, the right of dissent and freedom of speech in "Take
President Ken Kennedy. John dents are invited to attend and was Invested and the interest gain- "
Another Drink, Mr. Socrates.
I Hancock, Secretary of Academic express their views on the univer ed was turned over to Dollars for
An informal panel discussion torn morrow at 8:30 will focus on pre-
Affairs, will serve on the Council sity's needs. Scholars. for law school
paration with moderator Frank E. Maloney, dean of UF
I as Alumnae and Student-Parent
"A report will be compiled for Gravely said in the past that College of Law.
f r coordinator. Al o appointed to publication in September, 1964, $5,000 to$6,000 was collected from Four phases of law will be discussed In group forums beginning at
the Council were Bob Williams,
and recommendations for Improvement graduation invitations, but that the 10:15 Saturday morning.STOCK .
Legislative and University Liaison
will be made," Hancock trimester system had mixed up
and Tom Kiefer, Publicity and
said. "These recommendations graduation and less invitationswere
I Campus Promotion Chairman.
I will be submitted to candidatesfor sold.Students.
"State Universities need more
the office of ando in the past have used
and better staffs and facilities,
other officials whose positions campus pac sales to collect money. REMOVAL SALE
said Young. "The Council for
Higher Education will define and make it possible for them to take Two years ago, students made a-
positive action." bout $2,200 on men's pacs.
formulate these needs. They will

4 Hoffa Given BRAND RING'S

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--James R. Hoffa was sentencedto

eight years in prison and fined

( $10,000 yesterday for attemptingto I "

j rig a federal jury -- a crime 1 ENTIRE SUIT \
the court said was tantamount "to SELECTIONj'
tampering with the sould of the is being offered at t.
nation." reduced prices during our .. '
Despite the sentence, it is highly ;
Removal Sale. Spring and
unlikely the Teamsters Union
I president will be placed behind summer weights in a varietyof

bars anytime soon since he Intendsto colors and subtle patterns. ,,. R {
fight the sentence up to the U.S. g
Supreme Court, If necessary.

He Immediately asked for a new 29.95 reg. 42.95
trial Thursday, contending U. S.
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marshals had presented gifts to ;
the jurors that returned the guilty 19.95 reg. 29.95SPORT '

verdict. '

Maintaining his innocence,Hoffa I 5 ; : "tt.f. \ :.
has repeatedly charged the fed-
eral government Is out to "get" i*
him because of his running feud The Limeliters sing and play once ;: L..

with U. S. Atty. Gen. Robert F. more. Great folk standards like "No

Kennedy."I Man Is an Island," "The Best Is Yet COATSWe

stand here today and state to Come" and "VVillow Tree." It's
I am innocent," the fiery little

labor leader defiantly told Fed- more of the best with the Limeliters. have a beautiful selection of solids, seersucker
eral Judge Frank Wilson prior to I
the sentencing."You stripe patterns & prints:

( stand here convicted of The most trusted name in sound t 17.95 reg. 26.95

f I seeking to corrupt the administration 16.95 reg. 24.95
of justice, Wilson shot back.
11.95 reg. 19.95MEN'S

"You stand here," the Judge

said, "convicted of having tam-

pered, really, with the very soul
of this nation. You stand here

convicted of having struck at the )

very foundation upon which every- 0COR \\\s.S .
thing else in this nation depends, .
the very basis of civilization Itself,

and that Is the administration of SHOP

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I 13.1964 The Florida Alligator/ Page 7.

J I SpeakerContinued I Contest Switches t

( from Page I) emphasis on Communist spokesmen ;
on the UF campus.
received a three-year sentence in a Socrates was put to death for
Federal prison. He was immedi- being a doer of evil, a curious Has Beauty As Beast
ately Interrupted by a tremendous person who searched for the truth,
burst of applause, Anderson said. one who allegedly corrupted the .,
youth of Athens. He expressedthe Beauty and the Beast contest vice (WUS), project said, "The Omega, and Charley Malloy, Delta
Party leader Gus Hall was shaken belief that rulers feel a con- starts with an unusual switch on contest will end Thursday, March Tau Delta; Jerry Knight,Jennings,
during an appearance Swarth- siderable dose of falsehood and the part of the team of Karen 19. All money must be turned In and Steve Corris, South Hall;Jacki
more College, also private. One deceit necessary for the good of Hack and Charley Malloy Satur- to Room 211 in the Florida Union
their Maynard, Kappa Delta, and Joe
student insisted on knowing the relationship subjects."He day. between 7-8 "
between communism and who has a taste for every p.m. LeDas, Sigma Chi; Liz Morrison,
in the
The 10 teams competing
religion. Hall defiantly declaredthat sort of knowledge and is curiousto Karen Hack, Alpha Chi Omega, Delta Gamma, and Eric Robertson,
contest are Deedee Briggs,
he did not believe In God. He learn and is never satisfied," has taken the part of the beast : Phi Delta Theta; Susie Rablem,
was booed so lustily that he had Socrates said, "may be justly and Charley Malloy, Delta Tau Delta Delta, and Guy Junger, Sig- Alpha Delta Pi, and Sandy Santa,
to scuttle from the hall by the termed--a lover of the vision of ma Nu; Terry Davock, Chi Omega,
back door, Anderson stated. truth." Delta, as the beauty in their questto and Jay Smith, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pi Lambda Phi; Cheryl Erichson,
The learning process involvesthe win the contest. ; Pattie Effreon, Alpha Epsilon Phi Mu, and BobOsterhoudt,Theta
"Yet as eager as they are to interpretation of different Bruce Bell, a Circle K, Chair- Phi, and Richard Kelly Alpha Tau Chi; Carol Weisbaun, Delta Phi
speak, Communists lecturers are views and ideas. An attempt has man of the World University Ser- Omega; Karen Hack, Alpha Chi Epsilon, and John Hamrick, Sigma
far from unhappy to be banned by Phi Epsilon.The .
been made to present a collectionof
the faculty. If they can sow seedsof views for the student's consid 17 Coed BeautiesVie
discord between students and eration. This Is the end of the teams will canvass the cam-
faculties, It is merely more grist series but not of the problem.The pus for votes in the form of money.
for Moscow's mill. They cry problem of censoring the The funds collected will go to the
For 'Miss UPSeventeen
'muzzling," he said. free flow of speech has been with W.U.S. project.The .
"Curb one man's speech, It Is man since the serpent deceived Eve
true, and others will find them- with words in the Garden of Eden.It beautiful, talented and personable UF coeds will vie for purpose of the contest is
selves silent. So what Is the ans- is a human problem and will the title of Miss University of Florida Monday and Tuesday.On to select the bent: looking girl
wer to the Communist challengeon continue, no doubt, as long as humans March 16 judges at the Holiday Inn will narrow the field of con- and the biggest beast from the
the campus? What happened at remain. testants down to 10. On March 17 the field will be narrowed to three, teams competing in the contest.
Michigan State University, a state but the winner will not be crowned until March 21 at the Orange and The winning Beauty and Beast
Institution, may be the answer," Flower PaintingsAn Blue football game. will each recleve a trophy at a
Anderson said. The contestants will be judged on talent, beauty and personality. The dance and presentation Friday
More than 2,000 students exhibition of artists' winner will be an entrant in the Miss Florida Contest and other beauty afternoon March 20.
crowded to hear noted Communist models can be seen in "A contest to be decided at a later CAMPUS BRIEFS -
Robert G. Thompson speak. A Garden of Flowers," color
professor who had escaped from reproductions of famous date.The contestants and their spon- r-:= t f
Hungary with the Freedom Fight- paintings now on exhibit in sors are: Ann Beall, Beta ThetaPI '
ers could stand It no longer and the Bryan Lounge, Florida ; Betty Wendt, Pi Kappa Phi; Hayride Sponsored
cried out against Thompson's Union. The exhibition, selected Dee Miller, Delta Delta Delta;
double-lounged oratory,remindingthe from the New York Sharon Testy, Sigma Alpha Ep-
students that freedom is the Graphic Society, will be on silon; Barbara Tomberg,Delta Phi Newman ClubThe
world's primary goal, Anderson display until March 20. Epsilon; Marsha Costa, Alpha Chi By
said. Omega; Alden Ann Curtis, Pi Kappa
"In that moment of truth, ine ScholarshipsHarvard Alpha; Claire Kimball Hadley,Zeta Newman Club is spon- Youth Council 1 \
American Communist stood Illuminated Tau Alpha; Susan P. Saunders, soring a hay ride Saturday
before the crowd, a sickly University has Alpha Tau Omega; Bethany Ellen The NAACP Youth Council \
grin on his face,"Anderson added. offered the College of Arts Porter, Phi Epsilon PI; Jeanne March 14, leaving the Catholic will meet today at 7:30 p.m.
The right of free speech Is too and Sciences tuition scholar- Applegate, S. A. M. A.; Louise Student Center at 7 p.m. at the Mt. Carmel Baptist
precious to be denied even to the ships for the 1964 Harvard Rothenberg, Alpha Epsilon Pi; Church. All who are Interestedmay
enemy. Let the Communist lect- summer session. Julie Evans, Chi Omega; RusselE. Cost is 50 cents per person. attend.
urer speak, but also let him be Manes, Alpha Delta Pi; Jeanne Please sign up by Saturday at I'KT Honors 2
answered, Anderson said. Further information may Howard, Kappa Alpha Theta;Carol
the student center If you planto
This is the final part In a serieson be obtained in Room 103, Ralston, Delta Gamma; Joy Ann Two state leaders will be
controversial speakers with an Anderson Hall. Greene, Phi Mu. honored by Phi Kappa social
fraternity at a Founder's Day
[ fEATUING HUNDUNDMS'OHICINAl/ / RECIPE program on the UF campus Sat-
urday, at 3 p.m.
Initiated into the fraternityfor
if- "meritorious service to
the state" will be President-
designate of the Florida Senate
Call 376-6472 for DeliveryOn James E. Connor of Brooks
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first floor McMillan, adjutant general of
-. "] the Florida National Guard.
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Page 8 The Florida Alliqator Friday.March 13.1964 I t .. ,

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ftlA1 'P GON.'"

Dragons Or Windmills? Jt

"In addition to the economic problem which is taking away thousands
of Floridians jobs (It has been estimated that 20,000 South Florida Negroes fti'p

alone have been replaced by Cubans), I'm greatly alarmed at this I'I
vast Influx of Cubans into our nation ... many of whom have to be Communists
since they can't all be trying to get a' y from Castro."
The above statement was contained in an official release by Fred O.

(ida.While Bud) Dickinson, one of the six candidates for the governorship of flor- R1 r [ :

we are in agreement with the first part of the statement which
cites the tremendous economic problem of the Influx of Cubans into I 1

Southern Florida, we are astonished by the agility with which his com LQJJ-
ments flicker over this problem and plunge headlong into the observationon :
the probability of Communist spies in the groups of refugees.
Had Mr. Dickinson dwelled on the first part of the statement he would
have been presented with a golden opportunity for offering constructive
proposals for the alleviation of a serious problem.

Since it was once considered advantageous to keep the refugees together -
to facilitate the formation of counter revolutionary groups (whilewe
were still toying with the idea of recognizing a government in exile)
Miami, due to its geographical location and core of Spanish speaking Supreme Expression Of LoveEDITOR I

people, became the logical camping ground for the movements. Their
presence there has created a serious problem for the authorities in both
the economic and social realms. : on this subject nationally, in recent which can last for a lifetime. The

During the height of the publicity accompanying the first waves of refugees years, contain a serious miscon- supreme human sacrifice is to put
the federal government initiated programs of relocation and welfare The articles and letters on pre- ception. This is the idea that the well-being of another over your
allowances to help share the burden of the strain on the economy.In marital sex which the Alligator sex and love and marriage are own, it is the day to day desireto
the past year, however, the news has faded from the headlines and the has printed these past few days synomyous when in truth the former harmonize the wants and needs
benevelance of the federal government has wavered with it. and Indeed, the prolific writings is just facet of the latter. of two very different people, not
And thus the problem remains, and proposals for its solution should I think this misconception is for a few moments but for years.
become important as issues in the gubernatorial campaigns; but the amply demonstrated statement I advocate returning sexual
statement that the refugee movement should be curbed because the "lawof appearing in a letter to the Alligator gratification to its proper position -
averages" says that some of them are bound to be Communists Is by Mr. R. Herbert Minnich.In in human relations. The sex-
absurd. Every year thousands of immigrants enter the United States FlexibilityEDITOR this letter, Mr Mlnnich-refers ual act is not the all powerful

from dozens of ocher countries; It would require a tremendous optimismto to the sexual act as the "Supreme human drive or the most sacredof
believe that this group is devoid of Communists. But because the Expression of Human Love." I martial activities. Most of us
American system of Justice has long advocated judging a man Innocent : maintain that the "Supreme Expression were meant to live in pairs and
until he is proven guilty, we allow them to come and leave the detective Last Friday, the Legislative of Human Love is not it is the wonderful effort of communion
work to the immigration authorities. Thus, among the arguments for Council Rules and Calendar Com- sexual gratification or even the that is the "Supreme Expression -
curbing immigration in general and among Cuban refugees in particular, mittee did Indeed consider the wonderful sexual experience of two of Human Love."
I. j the "Communist influence" offering ranks at the bottom of the ladder. Vice-President's proposal for a people in love but rather the dayto
But then we suppose a detailed study, with constructive proposals on limited number of standing com- day expression of that love William A. Post, 2UCmm'p
methods of utilizing our widening pool of unskilled labor doesn't mittees. Rules and .' .:: < 't ., '" _. .' ---- ,
packs Calendar did ., i.'TI; 'j ;:<& 1
the '" :: .: %{, :':::'F':::': F'.8g. 3:;9k':::.>.LdQYOff: 'x:; i .... .;" nearly publicity power that is wrapped up in the pledge to stop Com- not follow his suggestion, as has
munist infiltration.So been previously reported in these
A ..
the slaying of the real dragon must wait until our hero finishes doing pages, most notably by your slightly Supression Of Freedom
battle with the windmills. pessimistic editorial of March
W.C.N. 11. EDITOR,

The Student Body Constitution "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment>
states that the Rules and Calendar religion, OR PROHIBITING THE FREE EXERCISE

Committee" shall appoint the THEREOF; ." This is a quote from Article I of the Consti-
Expressionistic RestfulnessWe standing committees of the Council tutional Amendments or the Bill of Rights.The upcoming Easter

." The presiding officer Season and Passover Season brings up the subject of our religious -
(Dick Gober) appoints any tem- rights. The two seasons occur concurrently this year.
porary or incidental committees. I believe that the University of Florida administration should

dropped in at the furniture show called"Design in the Social Here I believe we have the hart' suspend classes on Friday, March 27th (Good Friday and the

Room of the Union recently.. You might try doing the same when you havea of the matter. With fewer standing r.i beginning of Passover) and Saturday morning, March 28thHoly
few minutes to spare. committees, there is a possibility Saturday).

The exhibition is a compendium of ultra-modern furniture that embodies that the CHAIRMAN could FRE- There are several reasons why classes should be suspended.
beauty and comfort in a single design. It Includes a zographos QUENTLY appoint "ad hoc" committees Students should be allowed the time to worship according to their

chair, egg chair, swan chair, ax chair, New Bauhaus chair, modular He has expressed just own beliefs at this time. Also, suspended classes will draw to
seating group, (the seating facilities to us, were the most impressive) such a preference. the students' attention the fact that there is something Important

and assorted tables, sofas, rugs, tapestries and ceramics. There are definite needs for each occurring. They may attend the services or they may just
The show is sponsored by the UF student chapter of the American of the committees which will be meditate on the ideas of the occasions. Even if all students do
Institute of Interior Design, and will last through Sunday. The only prob- appointed. Though I will admit that there participate in the services, they are at least aware that
lem one encounters in taking a spin through the Social Room (next to some Legislative Council commit is something in the air. Not all students attended the
Bryan Lounge) is a growing feeling of depression when he realizes how tees have failed to function properly Convocation in September nor did they witness the lecture given
long It will be before' he can afford such furnishings. Furniture pricesare in the past, the answer to this :: by Dr. Fry on January 20th which initiated Religion-in-Life t
available upon request, but since just the vases and bowls ranged problem Is NOT the abolishmentof I.: : classes.Both these occasions were known of, due to suspended

from $15 to $275, we didn't bother to ask. committees, but the proper
Nonetheless, we recommend the exhibit. UTILIZATION of them. A standing Christian belief of Easter is the crucifixion, death and
J. A. committee will better be able to resurrection of Jesus Christ. Good Friday is set aside to the
consider items in its area of study : 7t.memory of His crucifixion and death. I visited two Student
;} : Centers and .
received the following information. The Catholic
than would
a newly formed special
The Florida Church shall have a Communion service Good Friday at
AlligatorServed committee. It seems to me that t.. 3 P.M. This
the responsibility for this would occurs during seventh period classes. The Episcopalian -
by United Press International rest cooperatively with the Rules < T Church shall have a three hour devotion service commemorating '1"'::

Editor .................................................................Walker Lundy and Calendar Committee and the This the crucifixion and death from 12 noon until 3 P.M. .
i '
Managing Editor ...................................................... Bill Fuller Vice President. t.: classes.occs during fifth, sixth and part of seventh period ; ( ,

Assistant Managing Editor .........................................John Askins In general, the Vice President "' The :;.i
Editorial Editor .................................................Wayne Norfleet contends that inactive committees :;, of death Jewish belief of Passover is to commemorate the angel i
Sports Editor ........................................................Glenn Laney make Student Government look Moses. passing over the country of Egypt during the time of
Feature Editor .................................................Cynthia Tunstall Mickey Mouse". I agree that inactive ithe: top of If the blood of a ram was on the front porch posts and !
Campus Living Editor .......................................Judy Lynn Prince committees are unde- : the house the front door, this was a sign that the family within ;f
Editorial Assistants .... Ernie Litz, Gall Sobering, Betty Wendt, sirable, but I feel that those who ;. unharmed.was Jewish. The angel would pass over, leaving them ii
II Betsy Garrison, Steve Vaughn, Sue Dobbie, Charner Powell, Rual constantly cry Mickey Mouse" do in honor The of Jewish always have services on Saturday morning :
i Chandler, Pete Hathaway, and Dave Berkowitz. SG far more harm.In \ on the the Sabbath. Ibelieve class should be suspended
1 Reporters .... Jim Castello, Phil Hevener,Joel Gaston,Bonita Madison, morning of Saturday, March 28th so Jewish students may :
particular, the Vice President ,' f., attend their
,{ Carol Nobis, Ann Carter, Joe Kollln, Agnes Fowles, Fran Snider, that services. Passover is anticipated by the Jewish .
seems to feel the Leg Council as much
,f r. Judy Teich, Evan Engle, George Mims, Phil Geyer, Don Federman, Committees, which we are' In the The as Christmas is by the Christians. '
5555 University of
Becky Quinn, Larry Zimmerman, Jackie Cornelius, Patti Pita, Florida administration suspended classes
process of forming, will fall in the on November
i Gary Williams, Don Davis, Sue Haugsted, Joyce Kilmer, George above category. This is partiallyup late 25, 1963, to commemorate the funeral of our beloved -
I Elmore, David Sumner, Jay Haviser, Joe Zeigler, Joy Cherry, to him. With the proper amountof although president, John F. Kennedy. This was to pay tribute Ito
I John Clendenon, Nancy Brachey, Tom Mlllsaps, Millie Gorman, the very admirable, a fellow mortal. Has this school
from Executive
cooperation the
1// Marty Lurie, and Vicki Boggs. keep its classrooms'open thus preventing its stu-
I Branch officers, each of these dents from
I honoring their own immortal Cause? No! We
" committees can and will serve a students be
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaper of we Catholic, Protestant,or Jewish, should not have
highly useful purpose during the ; to tolerate the
t the University of Florida and is published five times weekly except .. University of Florida administration's prohibiting
coming year. free
t during the months of ,May, June, and July, when a weekly issue Is Sincerely, Eour exercise of religion. .
1 published. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is entered as second class Dick Thompson, Member Elizabeth Gllson, 2UCr
matter at the United States Post Office at Gainesville, Fla.
Rules and Calendar Committee

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A F ree University


(Editor's Note: The more .observant readers will have already Another Defense Of ROTC I
recognized the above headline, and Indeed this same editorial DID

appear In yesterday's Alligator. Unfortunately, due (as the TV an-

nouncer Inevitably says) to technical difficulties beyond our control
those characteristics.As this letter, but I'm one of those
some of the paragraphs were reversed, producing a somewhat garbled EDITOR: the 14th of guys that stands at attention when
recently as July
effect, and rendering the final result something less than intelligible. Since attending the U of F I have 1963 I was a sergeant on active our National Anthem Is played;I'm
Here, In the purity of their original form, are our comments observed considerable dissatis-
on a duty with the Marine Corps. 1 I proud to have been a Marine; and,
disturbing situation.) faction with the R.O.T.C. program. realize the Importance of good officer I think I realize why it Is that we
The complaints have ranged from
live in the free that do.
country we
UF student contacts the housing office and asks to material to make our armed
When a live In a "too demanding" to "a waste of
dormitory room, or better yet, when a freshman writes housingto time." I seriously believe that the forces the world's best. Is two Sincerely.John ,
about accomodations he is welcomed years really that much bother that R. Schuller
see living hospitably with majority of far-sighted Individualsdo
it can't be spent, if for nothing
open arms. not hold this belief of R.O.T.C.

In fact, the university is so delighted to recel- the student, it Our country needs potential officers else, In selecting good officer

doesn't want to let him go--for 11 months at least.In and the best possibility of material?

blunter language, a student, who signs up to live in a dorm in obtaining these officers Is through I have, since attending school, r

September when school opens, is forced to remain In a dorm until R.O.T.C. An Individual whether he had an opportunity to ask mem-

August if he stays in school. be on active service with the mili- bers of the R.O.T.C.what are some

Note the use of the word "forced." tary or a college student in of the reasons they think it shouldbe

If he decides after existing for one trimester In the dorms that he R.O.T.C., cannot develop a liking voluntary rather than compul- \

wants out, or if he wants off-campus for the steamy summer term, for the military overnight. Two sory. Several have answered that

the housing office sends him a mimeographed form that says, "No." year, I don't think, is asking too they plan to get married after grad-
uation and there-by avoiding military -
Many students prefer off-campus living arrangements but have poor much if it helps those who have
serivce. (Other answers, justas
reasons for doing so. In this class fall those who merely want to stay leadership characteristics develop
ridiculous, have been given.)
out later at night, or those who want an off-campus apartment for
Don't these guys realize they havean
"social" or "status"
purely reasons.
obligation to their country in .
However students live off-campus for valid and should ..
many reasons GirlsThe
Sorority regard to their military service.
not have to be forced to live in the dorms. Many students find study
I can't understand the Ingratitudesome
conditions In a small apartment more suitable than those found In a
members of our student body
noisy dormitory.It display in degrading the R.O.T.C.
Is not hard to find an off-campus arrangement that costs less recent letter praising Beta staff personnel, their modus oper-
than dorm where meal Is eaten out. Other students
living every Just Theta Pi for including independentgirls andi, and, consequently, the armed
don't like to feel Uncle Tigert breathing over their shoulder all the in their sweetheart program forces In general.

must have been written by a "poor and t
time.This Perhaps I owe Alligator
we feel, is as legitimate as the convenience and financial little Independent girl" who is my fellow students an apology for l

reasons. The university Is to educate the student, not to wipe his nose. carrying a big chip on her shoulder.I ..iW

But housing has a reason for the "three trimester must" rule. believe she overlooked several

It's ambigous but it IS a reason. pertinent facts when she chastized

You see, "UF housing is financed by revenue certificates under the the majority of fraternities here No Democracy Ay

federal housing loan program," according to director Harold C. Riker. for excluding Independent girls in 1 1<

"One of the provisions of the program Is that the university take stepsto their program. IF
maintain the maximum occupancy possible." 1. Most fraternity sweetheartsare EDITOR: : <<4 '
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One of these "steps" is to Imprison students with an 11-month housing girls who are pinned to some- rh> > 1

contract.We one In that house. As a rule At the risk of Incurring the

cannot understand. these girls are sorority girls, but wrath of the campus liberals, I. wlr' .vl
Housing says we are suffering from not enough space in the dorms. this Is not the fraternity's fault. would like to suggest that you

With the rapid growth of the UF, this certainly makes sense to us. 2. Only the Sigma Chi's and become loss democratic in your

What we can't understand is why must students be forced to live ina one or two other houses limit their editorial page, and start printing boa e Isfh

dorm If they would rather live off-campus. We know two different contests to sorority girls. only those letters which are TRY-

young coeds who had trouble moving out of the dorms to live with 3. Sororities take a great deal ING to say something.The rj a

parents in their own respective homes In Gainesville.Mr. of pride in having fraternity sweet- most recent waste of stu-

Riker was quoted as saying, "The only reason we have student hearts; consequently, they select dent editorial space was the print-

housing is for the advantage of the students." top-notch girls as candidates. You ing of Jacob Sprenglers' attackon

We agree that without dorm housing students would be greatly handi- never have to worry about gettinga a letter by Hugh Marling, Jr,.

capped In finding suitable living quarters but the"three trimester must" lemon. which had been in support of the

rule does not appear to us to be "for the advantage of the student." 4. Most independent girls (excluding ROTC program.Mr. BIC is the world's finest

Miss "X") do not take Sprengler did not in any writing Instrumentwriteson

W. W. L. much interest In being fraternity way challenge Mr Harllngs' positive ind on-yet it costs only

sweethearts. If they were inter- statements, but concentrated 19*. Only BIC is guaranteed -

Rebuttal To DickinsonEDITOR ested in really working with a Instead on insulting both Mr. to write first time

social group, they would join a Harllng and the program with his every time. BIC',"Dyamite"B.II
juvenile "wit." Point Is the hardest
sorority themselves.Most .
metal made by man. Get I BIC, now at
: our war. Exile was to be another Independent girls will be Sincere criticism, which uses
store. BIC 19*.
your campus "Crystal"
trench from which to fight. offended by this letter I am sure. 'humor to enforce the points whichit
BIC pens available with blue, red, green,
Although it is our established SECONDLY, your assumption that But lets face the facts. Every- is seeking to make, is always and black ink. Made In U.SA. 'for replacement

policy not to take part in any political the U. S. Is acting as a sec- thing else aside, sorority girls welcome in an editorial page. But send pen to:

debate related to this ondary power in dealing with Cuba make better sweethearts because this valuable space should not be WmiMAN.IIC PIN COIR,MILFORD, CONN.

country's domestic politics, Mr. should not be blamed on the Cuban they: can get brothers dates at given over to someone who has

Fred O.Dickinson's statements exiles. THIRD, with regardto the last minute because they have no apparent reason for writing,

concerning the Cuban exiles the number of colored people many friends to choose from at other than to show everyone how 'VB C

deserve a commentary. whom, according to you, we have their sorority house. clever he thinks, he Is.Mike .

His statement, In the sense that displaced, we would advise your

20,000 South Florida Negroes have doc urn en taU ng yourself on that Bill Taylor, 3EG Grover, 3AS .
lost their jobs to the Cuban exiles point. We are convinced that MI- -- -

and that he is alarmed at the com- ami's Bishop Carroll, as well as r

munist influx we might be bring- Miami's Mayor, Robert King High,

ing In, is a clear symptom of could supply the proper informa-

ignorance, not exempted of that tion. FOURTH, referring to com-
sickness, common in election per- munist infiltration, we would urge GAINESVILLE N

iods, called demagogism.In you, candidate, to worry about the ox 12163 UNIVCMCITV STATION '

the FIRST PLACE, Mr.Dickinson communist Infiltration that mightbe '

we Cubans did not come getting in through non-Cuban GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA '" .,\. i

here to work. OUr having to workis channels, and to pay your attentionto ',.
a natural consequence of vital communist penetration in Latin

necessities. We abandoned our America, via Red Cuba. We exiles,

beloved country, not because we Mr. Dickinson, have left our country -
wanted to flee, but because we because we opposed commun- '"
The Gainesville Tutorial Program, now composed of 70 volun-
thought that from free coasts we ism. Furthermore, in case you do
teer tutors including University students, faculty members and
would be able to better carryon not know it, when we came to these
townspeople, and 200 students, has been striving since last sum-
coasts we were carefully screenedby
mer to overcome academic deficiencies of Negro andother minor-
the U. S. immigration authori-
ties. ity group students by Intensive personal instruction. ,.,

Last F rid a y au Alligator

editorial mentioned that the Fortunately for the cause of
order to continue and expand our we need your
In program
effect of the tax cut could be truth, the voice of a demagogue
nullified If A merle an's decided storming in the midst of Jeffer financial assistance. Funds are needed immediately textbooks,
dictionaries school supplies, art supplies> and administrative
to save the billions of son's nation, is of little impact.It ,
funds needed to Implement, a cultural
in are
expenses; ,
dollars it will annually inject resembles those summer thun-
of concerts plays lectures and trips.
enrichment program ,
Into the economy. ders that make some noise but to
Yesterday was payday for which DO one pays any attention.We .

the editorial staff, and we have great faith in the cause
Please make your checks payable to the Gainesville Tutorial
hasten to assure you that we i of freedom, in our own resourcesto
Program. If you would like to become a tutor, please contact Mrs.
have already fulfilled our patriotic win our struggle against com
duty by squandering our munism, and in the virtues of the W. Jape Taylor at 2-9671. ,.,.

FULL increase In take home nation that has made a symbol out "

pay.It took to the Coke of liberty. ',,0. .. ', 4..
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3 Bedroom, 2 bath, brick home. Jy.30 Harmony baratone uke ((3
Cor Sale I $550 down, FHA financing. Must mo. old) 9.00 Kingston Trio and I ] I For RentNice I
sell. Owner leaving town. 2208N. chord book -- $22.50. Reason- Wanted

E. 15th Terrace. 376-8472. speeding ticket. 2-9410 -- Bob

MUST SELL .- 1962 Tempest 4 (A-112-5t-c). Stevens. (A-116-3t-c). WANTED 1950-54 FORDS and clean, large room. Pri-

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owner car. Excellent Service Station. Located S.
I Lost & FoundLOST J
condition. A few ready for Immediate occu-
Very reason- 4th Street. (C3tfc).
able. Cash or trade. Phone 372- pancy. Gainesville's fastest grow-
9867. (A-115-3UC). ing new home community. VA, blue with Wanted to buy small 4 place con- New Ranch Home. 2 bedroom,
-- One Jacket
FHA financing. Hugh Edwards, vertible .. Morris or Minx pre- Living room and dining area tile
"FLORIDA written back in
House trailer, 10 x 58,1962,nicely Inc., N. E. 16th Ave. and 15th St. letters. Lost 1-1/2 weeks ferred. Not over $300. Call bath and garage. 2 rooms air-

refurnished, bookshelves, roses, 2-1551. (A-70-tf-c). orange ago. Please contact Bill Fer- 2-2056 any time. (C-116-2t-c). conditioned. For Beach.information Call write 439-
185 Flagler
32620 S. W, Archer Village, Lot- Box
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FR 2-7555. (A-114-3t-c .
able. 6-0410. (A-115-tf-c). ) 9)90 Room 895, South Hall or bringto insurance. 1964 cars equipped with modern home. Ideal for student
Room 12, Florida Union. (L- automatic transmission, radio and who needs a desirable place to
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please call 2-5978. Reward. (L- $70 per month. 1829 N. W. 2nd
115-3t-c). Ave. Suitable for 3-4 people $100
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Imprint on case
glasses case.
He was the man mer line. For appointment call evenings 6-4353. (B-114-tf-c).
Dr. Bertram Landers, Lakewood,
sown Me in the middle Mr. Lassman at FR 2-2880. (J-
Please call Bertran Wol-
N. J.
7:00 & 10:45 of the most 109-tf-c). Cooperative living organization
pin c/o Primrose Inn 6-5329. (L-
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MODERN SHOE & Saturday, March 27 Small furnished CCB cottage.Bed-

REPAIR SHOP & 28 at 7 pm. Reservations room, electric kitchen, tile
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FridayMarch 13,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 11 _

I Turkeys Die So Humans Can LiveA -I

cure may be found for heart disease through research with turkeys -
at the UP Department of Agriculture.Dr. ...

Charles F. Simpson, pathologist in veterinary science, said that
research has shown vascular diseases such as those of the aorta
[have been considerably lessened under natural conditions by addingthe
drug reserpine, which has two actions.
I In work with the rupture of blood vessels in turkeys, Reserpinehas
( considerably lessened the disease. Its actions e reducing high
I blood pressure and tranquillng the bird. .
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1 The drug has proven very effective and is being used commonly on
I man for high blood pressure.
Depending on age and nutrition, about 50 per cent of the experimental
I animals can be killed. One method is feeding them the extract of the 1 1t
sweetpea plant, which Is toxic to the turkey and probably other animalstoo. M
( The other is by Induction of various female hormones into the
(male birds.
The birds die and are opened up. A massive blood clot is removed ,
I from the abdominal cavity and studied under electron and light mi- 4 t
| croscopes.
This is done in order to try and find the smallest and earliest
(detectable changes leading up to the rupture of the blood vessel, in r
I an effort to find out what actually causes the rupture. y,...

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bird it's a trying experience. (Photo by Johnston) 'J..., ,. I I-

Wilson FellowshipsAwarded

13 Seniors f

UF seniors won 13 academic Sir Hugh Taylor, president of the
{achievement awards from the Woodrow Wilson Fellowship Foun- THE LAST MILE

(Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship dation. The award also covers a for Tom Turkey is the introduction into his system of female hormones. After he
Foundation yesterday.The $1,800 stipend and dependency al-
number places the university lowances. dies, blood clots from his body will be studied under electron and light microscopes.Photo .

at the top in region composed UF winners are Gerald L.Clayton ( by Carolyn Johnston)
f colleges in Alabama, Florida, of Jacksonville, political
Georgia, South Carolina and Puerto science; Robert A. Hollister of .
ico. Sarasota, mathematics; DorothyL. House Kills Would-Be Raise
Eight students wor the coveted
Howse of Alachua, political
fellowships awarded annually to science; Sue A. Lehrke of Dayton, WASHINGTON (UPI) -- The file government employes pay increases ment of voting, on the record, fora
ecrUit the nation's top academic Ohio, Russian; and Ann E. Mc- House yesterday defeated a $545 ranging from 3 to 22 per big raise in their own pay.
alent Into college teaching. Five Adams of Miami, Spanish;WilliamJ. million federal pay raise bill that cent.The But when the Issue was put, at
others won honorable mention Platt, III, Gainesville, biology; would have included $10,000 ayear bill was defeated by a roll least 100 members stood in sup-
vhlch signifies them as top flight Mary F. Tucker, Gainesville, anthropology salary Increases for congressmen, call vote of 184 to 222. port of a roll call. Under the
tudents. Their names automatically and Thomas N.Wheeler judges and Cabinet members.The The upset was engineered mainly Constitution, a record vote Is mandatory "-
go to graduate schools overe Ocala, chemistry. measure was killed, as its by Rep. H. R. Gross, R-Iowa, if 20 per cent of those -
country on a preferred list for Receiving honorable mention opponents had predicted, when the one of the most steadfast mem- present demand It.
scholarship consideration.The were Ronald Jaszczak of Ormond House agreed to take an "on, the bers of the House economy bloc.
13 awards matched a record Beach, a student in physics; Elsa record" roll call on the issue. Gross, strategy was simple: He Most of the money --, $520
umber garnered by UF seniors Saavedra of Gainesville, chemis- All efforts to trim the bill, on solicited and got sufficient sup- million of the total -- would have
ast year. try; David T. Thomson of Lang- non-record votes up to the last port to, put across his demand for gone to civil servants,postal workers -
The fellowships, which cover ley Air Force Base, Va., English; minute, had been turned back. a roll call vote. and other rank and file federal =--
tuition and fees for the first yeart Dale J. Underwood of Fort Myers, The action also denied to 1.7 The bill's backers had 'counted employes as part of their
the graduate school of the Fel- mathematics and Juliette Wingfieldof million federal civil servants,pos- on passing, It by voice vote, thus seventh general pay hike In nine
ow's choice, were announced by Umatllla, physics. tal workers and other rank-and- saving members the embarrass- years.I .


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12 The Florida Alliaator FridayMarch 13,1964
'Cardinal'InterestingFailure I Iby

I Preminger makes no effort to develop -
'JM Evaluation Duel Don Federman being, whether he be pauper or any feelings of doubt or guilt

priest. Fermoyle or the Church officials
"The Cardinal' (now playing at Stephen Fermoyle (hero-priest) have or to explain certain
An accrediting committee is of the School of Journalism at the the State) has In its plot the mater has his faith shaken right from the may the feeling that
You get
visiting UF's School of Journalismand University of Texas; Holt McPherson ials for an Impressive film Otto start. His strict obedience to Catholicism may offer a few bindsto
Communications this week, editor of High Point North Preminger (director) has taken Church law result in his sister but with faith
its believers, ,
Director Rae O. Weimer said yes Carolina Enterprise; Robert Mason these materials, and at least In whoring herself and then dying in understandable.
becomes -
terday. president of WMRN; Baskett the beginning, has suggested a ser childbirth, something which Fer- everything with
is nothing wrong
UF's School of Journalism and Mosse of Northwestern."The ious effort. However, by the end moyle could have prevented by requesting -
belief much as the fact that
Communications is one of 47 accredited evaluators will attempt to of the movie, Preminger has sac- the killing of the unborn this so
Journalism schools in the get 'student's eye view'of class rificed his artistic Integrity in child. Then the Church's neglectof Preminger never convinces one
found his faith.
United States and the only one in room procedure by ft ending regular order to avoid controversy over a kindly priest who failed to keep that Fermoyle ever
is ironic.
Florida. classroom sessions," Weimer Catholic dogma which he had so the coffers filled and the vanity of Perhaps Preminger
Is really to be
said. brilliantly examined in the first certain officials leave Fermoyle Maybe Fermoyle
Every five years the accrediting "They will also talk with stu- half of the movie by watering down unsure of himself(up to this point, seen as a good pawn in spiritualistsand a game of
committee visits UF's Journalism dents and instructors, look at the the effects of certain scenes and the movie is excellent). otherwise followers (even

school to inspect its standards of Journalism library and confer with implanting a propaganda messagein From here on, the movie becomes hypocritical after his returnto
the scenes
education. UF President J. Wayne Reltz. behalf of the Church In the end. a weak excuse for the excesses during
Representatives of the committee "The practice now, while sitting The overall effect though is an of the Church. Fermoyle, the priesthood, the Church still).
corrupt things
are either professional menor in on classes, is to keep quiet and Interesting film, lengthy though while on a leave of absence, falls does some pretty has
educators in the fields of journa- listen to the instructor rather than fast-paced, having several fine sequences in love with a pretty girl(who is Maybe all this Justification critical
lism, broadcasting advertising.The ask the students questions." and a few beautiful por- quite willing to wait for his deci- been to conceal a highly
committee includes chair- Evaluators do not come here to trayals, particularly those of John sion on whether he should continueas stand. if so,the price paid In termsof

!' man Milton Gross, advertising speak to the classes. They come to Hudson, Burgess Meredith, Romy a priest), and then, without artistry has been a high one.

professor at University of Mis- observe instruction proceduresand Schneider, and Rat Vallone. explanation, returns to the priest- Adding to Preminger's dilemma
souri; Reddick DeWitt, Director standards, Weimer said. Nevertheless, Preminger has hood. The rationale for this action is his failure to screen his mater-

committed some serious errors, comes late In the movie when the ials. The movie isn't big enoughfor

and the basic one is that in orderto girl (now a Nazi sympathizer)says all that Preminger wants to
I GATOR CLASSIFIEDContinued demonstrate the central themeof she was vain for trying to distract say, the result being only sugges-

a priest's re-affirmation of him from his love of God. In lightof tions of ideas.In .

from Page 10 faith, he has had to become non- this revelation, Fermoyle appears the final analysis, Preminger -

Good condition objective, unrealistic, and to as a saint until one remem- has succeeded In creating entertainment -
1954 Chevrolet.
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Dependable transportation.
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FridayMarch 13,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 13.:

Track Records

Fall In TrialsTwo ( b ;


Florida track time trial _
(records were broken here Wed- Vk I i!
nesday afternoon, one of which was
[set before any member of this
[year's team was born.
The 440 yard relay mark was
I broken by one full second and according k z
to the boys who broke it,
lit will fall again soon. George

Leach, Rick Haley,John Anderson, y F 3-i
and Pete Rowe ran a 42.5 time, _
even though there was a bad baton _
|exchange.The .
old mark of 43.5 was setback
I in 1939. The team of McGa-
hey, Thompson, Stevens and Kear-
ney held the record.Francis Kearney -
j was the co-captain of the 1940
team along with Al Rayborn. They
[ both gave their lives in World WarII
and are now honored with the '; r 1
Kearney-Rayborn trophy, which is
given to the most outstanding ath-
lete in the annual Florida Relays.
Another member of the relay

team, William Thompson,holds the -. ..
440 yard Individual dash mark of
47.2 with which he placed secondin THE FLORIDA GATORS, 1964 STYLE
the Southeastern ConferenceSEC

( ) meet in 1939. meet tough Miami three times this weekend. Seated: James Clifford, Jim Duncan, Neal MacMillan ,

nesday The other was Jim record Brown to fall breakinghis Wed- Don Pendley, Randy Morecroft, Dave Porter, Earl Montgomery. Second row: Danny Cushman, Jim Biggart,

own for the 880 yard run,whichhe Bill Blomgren, Adrian Zabala, Danny Eggart, Jim Elliot, Ron Creese. Standing: Coach Dave Fuller, Brownie

set last year in 1:56.0 seconds, Johnson, Charles Anderson, Richard Phalines, Dan Griffin, Jack Witnrow, Jim Boyesen, Tom Shannon.
with a 1:55.4 clocking.Dieter
hard, a freshman, ran his best (Photos and ID's by Phil Krug)
personal time of 2:00.6 to push

Brown to his record run. Grd z;tit * I\
lowered his time to 1:58.4 foi- ae
fastest frosh clocking of the year.

I ISV1LSLLZt Unbeaten UF Faces f

; 3-Game Miami SeriesThe

unbeaten Florida Gators put Fuller's entire pitching staff, Miami has been getting in its
their unblemished baseball recordon which led the Gators to an unprecedented spring practice against the New
the line this weekend in a three 30-9 record last York Yankees rookie squad.
game series with Miami. season, returned. Combined, they
The clubs play a night game in had a 2.29 earned run average.

colors pink, blue, yellow, A doubleheader Miami Stadium tomorrow.In tonight. and a This season Fuller's pitchers Baby Gators Y

turquoise, lavender, orange. their first two tests of the have a phenominal .38 earned run
stripes & polka dots season the Gators have performedas average. This has been compiled Meet Dade JC
in 24 innings pitched so far with
sizes: petite large expected. only one earned run given
Coach Dave Fuller was sure he up While the UF varsity baseball
had a better than average team during this span. team has its hands full with the
Just say "Charge It" at with some real strong pitching. University of Miami nine, CoachP.
However, the Gators will need A. Lee's freshman squad will
some extra spunk If they plan to be testing Dade Junior College for
Ski Club ElectsThe give the always tough Hurricanesof the second time this season.Lee's .
Miami a battle this weekend. boys will make the tripto
UF Water Ski Club will
Miami along with the
hold Its election of officers
fJ Gone Is "Mr. Everything" Tom engagements with the Falcons
March 16 in the recreationroom
Moore who led the team with a today at 3 p.m. and tomorrow at
311 NW 13th Street FR 2-1581 of the Florida Gymat
.357 batting average last year. 1:30 p.m. Lee has Indicated he will
7:30 p.m. _
-- start either Warren Smith or Ned
-- -----
Returning for Ron Eraser's Mia- Wooford on the mound for the Baby
mi nine will be two starters who Gators In this afternoon's contest.
hit over .300 and one who Just Smith is a righthander and Woo-
missed the charmed circle. Dennis ford a lefty.
Eich hit .392 for the Hurricanes Lee said Saturday's hurler will
while teammate Jerry Reismanhit be workhorse Danny Orr, the 135
at an even .300 pace. Alfred lb. righthander who ,has gone the
IF SHES Nor/ 6ETTIM6 Green batted just one point behind full nine innings three times in
Reisman with a .299 average. as many starts.
The Baby Galore have won four
HAIR The Hurricanes also return their of six outings so far this season.
IN YOUR ,: /: top pitcher of last year in the They split with Dade in a two-
r.'f< person of Bob Ward, who notched game season opening series here
seven victories against only one last week.
.6ETTHISThose defeat. Elmer Harris and Wayne Lee said his most consistent
limes give Miami a strong pitch- batsman to date has been second
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*:-=:-: : Netters Take On Tulane

-:-" { r In First Conference Meet


Greenies First
r ,

.. .
: ; SEC OpponentCoach ....

tvlen/ tke airlA Qoforaoturtk
; ,4cVki Bill Potter's undefeated ,\
4V Gator tennis team goes up against / ( / X

(perennial) champ Southeastern Tulane tomorrow ConferenceSEC on '

the varsity courts at 1:30 p.m. O ))4.f )4.
V ok v Fresh from their 8-1 downing
fi a good Pennsylvania team Wednesday -
the Gators will be up against
their first SEC competition of the f x
year. a rr
Potter has said the students at
ra; T the UF have a chance to see some
of the finest tennis plated any-
where when teams such as Tulane
and Miami come to town.
The Gators face Miami Monday, *
which has won 126 consecutive
matches for the longest winning ?
streak in the nation.


.captain the UF Soccer team which closes out its y)

season here tomorrow against FSU. SXKA KS

Rooters Close Season,
Win MuralsSigma '"

Battle FSU Here ,
Chi edged past Pi Kappa ir:
Alpha 8-4 yesterday to win its
U past trends have anything to Mario Leiva, who is averaging
do with the matter, the UF Soccer 2.78 goals per game, remains the bracket In Orange League soft-
Club Is very likely to close its club's leading scorer. ball play.
season with The Sigs came from behind with
a over Florida
State University here tomorrow. UFGA OffersMembership four runs In the last Inning to win
Coach the game. PKA had scored five
A.C. Moore's team meets
the Seminoles at 10:30 a.m. on runs In the first inning and led all
Fleming Field.In the way up until the last big SX

15 past meets with FSU, the Inning.In .
Gators booters have never lost. Application slips for member- Blue League action,Delta Upsilon -
They've whipped the Seminoles ship in the recently formed University had an easy day,winning over
twice during the current of Florida Golf Associa- Delta Sigma Phi by a forfeit.
while season, tion (UFGA) are available at the Other Orange League action saw
racking 10 wins
up losing
pro shop of the UF country club
once, and tieing two. Kappa Alpha upset Tau EpsilonPh
I The team's only loss was to according to Dr. Harry E. Ander- Pi 8-6. In Blue League play
Georgia Tech. The two previous son, UFGA president. the Kappa Sigs beat PI Lambda
1 Anderson said the UFGA has Phi, 62.Dorm.
wins over FSU came by 8-0 and 1
2-1 scores. applied for membership to the league action yesterday In
Florida State Golf AssociationFGA the Hume area saw Abbott winningout
( ), which will enable the mem- over Jackson, 6-3. In other
FSU Captures bers of the UFGA to have estab- dorm play, Tolbert 4 downed South
lished handicaps with a registeredgolf 1 by a 4-2 margin, and Murphree
Rifle MeetThe association."In G forfeited to Murphree J.
order to in
play an ama-
UF rifle team finished second teur tournament a golfer must havean
to Florida State Universityin established handicap, which .. I II
the annual All Florida Invita- necessitates membership"in a registered Phi Mu's Win TitlePhi I
tional Rifle Match held at the golf association, Ander- i
Gainesville Police Departmentrange son said. Mu sorority slipped past
last week. "The prime reason for applyingfor Alpha Chi Omega 607-601 in bowl-
The Florida team, with a score membership to the FGA is so ing yesterday to capture the Blue
of 1,261 out of 1,500 total points, our members can have an estab- league,bowling championship.
was edged out by the FSU congre- lished handicap."
gation, which had 1,291 out of a The UFGA will meet Thursday,
possible 1,500. March 12, at 7:30: p.m. in the pro
The event was sponsored by the shop of the UF country club to JACK'S AUTO ...., Zi
Army ROTC's Company II, 2nd appoint committees. Anderson ;
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to all who wish to attend.
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1 StateCageTournamentSet

t Today, Saturday

By STEVE VAUGHN Today's activities open with a FIISAA Executive Secretary

Assistant Sports Editor 9 a.m. Class C bout between Camp- Floyd Lay said yesterday the
Frank Lentz Rogers Bartley bellton and Lake Placid. Games change was made to give fans
will be played throughout the day, across the state a chance to see

From Class CCampbellton High, finishing up a Class AA encounter regional tournaments made up of
There's big news about Living Insurance from Eqi ; ible. which has 17 boys from which to between Miami High and Cocoaat the top teams In their respectiveareas.

A new series of policies that give liberalized benefits and new pick a team, to Class AA Miami 9:30 p.m. The winners of these

benefits unique with Equitable. There's even a new look to High, which has 1,617, the best The tournament always puts tournaments have gained the state

making them easier to read and of Florida's high school basket- much of the state's top high school berths.
all Equitable policies,
ball squads take over Florida Gym talent on display, and is played UF and high school students will
understand. So if you've been planning to buy today and tomorrow for the forty- under the watchful eyes of num- have to pay 75 cents to get into

insurance, now's the time to do it. Call The second annual State Tournament.Four erous college scouts. FloridaGa- the games. Prices for adults are

Man from Equitable. Look ahead with- teams representing each tors Tom Baxley, Richard Peek, scaled at $1, and for elementary

class..AA, A, D, and C, have sur- and Gary Keller are former participants school children 50 cents.Today's .
LIVING INSURANCE..FROM EQUITABLE vived elimination play throughoutthe along with Daby Gators schedule, with winlossrecords

g \ state In the past two weeks. Harry Winkler and Jeff Ramsey.The of teams: >,
The 16 team field will be reducedto powerful Florida High Class AA
eight finalists with eight games School Activities Association this Pensacola (23-4) vs. Tampa Hills-

Frank Lentz & Rogers, Bartley scheduled for today. The fourchampionship year reduced the number of tourna- borough (25-1)), 6:30 p.m.
contests -- one for ment teams to 16 from its previous Cocoa(28-2)vs.Miami High(23.1),'
236 S.W. 4th Ave. FR 2-1210 each class -- will be played to- 32. Competition in the past 9:30 p.m.

morrow. few years had required three days.
-- --- -- Class A

r I Plant City ((22-6)vs. Riviera Beach

(28-0), 4 p.m.
Palatka ((22-4)) vs. Daytona Beach

Seabreeze ((21-5)), 8 p.m.

Class B

GLENN LANEYI'll Madison (18- )VS.Zephyrh1lls(28-

l 3), 10:30 a.m.
Malone (25-3)) vs. Mount Dora
J1 bet It wouldn't have made the UPI wires all over the country if (23-2), 2:30 p.m.
either you or I were arrested for speeding, now would it dear reader?
Bad boy Sonny Liston Is once again In the doghouse with the guardians Class C
of the law. This time it is with the Denver Police whom he managedto Campbellton (18-3)) vs. Lake Pla-

stay in good graces with for a whole year. cid (14-10), 9-a.m.
Maybe this should be put down In some kind of record book..if Milliard (22-5)) vs. Lakeland Santa

1 indeed It is a record for the scowling exchamp.But Fe (20-7), 1 p.m.

I lets not condemn Liston too soon. Just because he is no longer
'I champ is no reason for the whole world to get down on him.It The title games for teams surviving -
In this of the ring. Friday's play for Class C
smells of corner
all promotion
2. As of a collegeeducation
1. I've been giving a lot of thought recipients
at 3
smells but this is particularly odious. WILL BE Saturday p.m.
to the future-career-wise und I feel it is incumbent Boxing anyway,
which the whole Liston-Clay fiasco. The Class B championship is
upon( us to work in areas By "this" I mean
who is at least fast If set for 4:30 p.m.; Class A, 7:30
allow us to make a contribution Liston clobbers in two minutes, a man as ,
I've been pretty busy workingon to soc'iety.j not faster than Clay. Not once does he accomplish this Hurculean feat, p.m.; and for Class aa, 9 p.m.

my hook shot. dribble but twice. Then for six rounds he makes a clown of himself and a
around travesty of the sport he is suppose to represent by playing ring-around-
the-rosies with the fleet footed Mr. Clay.
i So you say, "Sure, but Clay ran away,Patterson waded into the mighty UF Jukodas
punches of Liston.
3 I will guarantee you this. Clay certainly didn't cut up Listens eyes
by running away ALL the time. All Patterson had to do was make one Compete Sat.

mistake and that was all for him.
But one must surmise this is the way the powers that be in boxing
wanted the matches to turn out. This way it would be even more unbelievable -. The twelfth annual UP judo
when Clay came along and beat the "invincible" Liston.In championships begins tomorrowwith
the return bout Liston will win. Not because he is a better fighter preliminary eliminations set
than young Cassius, but because this way boxing Czars will be able to for 10:30 at Florida gym.

rook the poor, unsuspecting public into another million dollar gate. Judoists surviving Saturday
For the third fight between these prodigious wielders of eight ounce competition will compete In finals

gloves, Clay should win. After all, Liston is getting to be an old man scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.
now, while Clay can be exploited for the next 10 years. lie can that is Admission Is free, and all UF students -
I 'I "l I --IF--the people who control the fight racket want him. are Invited to attend or

011 The most humerous point of the whole story is the side match that participate.
3. Material reward important, too 4. What's more,the l.1ImpanI w
and Clay is carrying on with Uncle Sam.
IK- forward.INlinl-t
for must
-so long as the job is one of encourage initiathe.I'm According to the Army the results of Clay's first round of test were Frosh Tankers
profound significance. "inconclusive." This could be a very polite way of saying he flunked
off the boards. Notice the feather touch
a terror them. Face TestsThe
on the ball. Clay is suppose to have above average intelligents. Old he flunk
who really are the boxing Czars that controlthe
them on purpose..and
.. undefeated Florida fresh-
I game so tightly? man swimming team travels to
I think we all know, but to say it in print might prove to be libelous. Miami this weekend to meet its

--"'; ... .' /"" of the year"
toughest competition
". ''11. _.
i! ;; V{ C Kw Tonight the Daby Gators go against

I w.. 'Y; "'ttrMY ...,;. -' Pompano Beach High and Pine
irk Crest Prep. Pompano is con-
sidered to be the best high school
Lut team In the state this year and

should win the Class AA swim
+ crown. Pine Crest Is last year's _...
t ft Class A champion.On .

U Saturday the mermen meet
Dade County Junior College and
j, Miami Jackson High. Jackson has
won the Class AA swim crown the
5. How about lOu?What 6. I menu after graduation! vRV9 last four years. The Baby Gators
beat Dade 53-40 this
are your goals? oh, ,-%'e got a swell, )!ji Y previously
with !EquitableThey\t' Hot rear. y
I'd like to 30 !
score thhl'Ou'rl'lookingfor. + Baby Gator Tom Dioguardi recently -
Tech. l'Wr\ r
against :And there a gixxl l : established a Southeastern
team to wort with. Conference (SEC) record In the
Freshman 100 yard freestyle In 50.1
seconds. The Gator medley relay
unit of Blanchard Tual, Scott Ed- ,.
See your Placement Officer for the late Equitable's rni|>lo>inriit rr|>-eiit tie .' #- ---- fett, Dloguardi, and Lance Gerlln
William E. Blr his, F.uaplos purist MUIIIUMT. TWO OF THE BABY GATOR
will be on cimpiM Or write to set a SEC record In 1:43.4.

of the United States will lead the down The frosh will end their seasonn
The EQUITABLE Life Assurance Society swimmers who team against tough
: a dual meet with Bolles of
Home Office: 1285A\'nlleofthe.'America*,NVwYorl.X.Y. llKHU) UXM +I state competition are Lance Gerlim and Mike Sheehe. Jacksonville on March 19.


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