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Vol.56, No.117 University of FloridaGainesville Monday, March 16,1964

,;, ;;%'.'; ." Study Being MaasHike I


In Fees

n' May- Be In 65

s1 I By JOEL GASTON of Control Friday indicates a need
Staff WriterIf for an upward hike, It would not
-1 1q 1r go into effect until September,
\ t 1965 Vice-Presi-
a study of the UF's registration -
rates proposed by the Doard dent Harry M. Philpott said yesterday -
Philpott said the study will probably -
1 Student OK begin "within a month"
and results should be ready by the
latter part of the summer.
-r, ) If the hike is recommended,
Y Another DiesAn Philpott said, it would not go into

4-iv- effect until September, 1965, because -
fees for the 1964
emergency flight to a decompression and first
a 7 A chamber In Charleston half of the 1965 year have already
S.C. may have saved the life been set.
of a UF student Injured in a lie said the study will consistof
sklndlving accident in which a comparison fees at Florida's
another student died. universities with those of other
IIJ state universities In the United
Melvin Ambuehl 1UC was reported -
"doing fine" yesterdayafter States.If .
the flight to the Charleston a raise Is called for, Phil-
Naval Dase. He was transferredthere pott said he had "no Idea" how
) to a submarine tender which much it would be.
_.. .,. had a decompression chamber lie said, however, that if.41 indicates -
----- -"a ---- --- -
wx.nWORLD UNIVERSITY WEEK aboard. that the state universities'

will be observed on campus this week. Above two checks of $25 each are Dead was Jack R. Spindler, 2UC registration rates are lower than
pre- 20, Madeira Beach. those with which they are com-
sented in connection with the University Week drive. Left to right are Dick Gober, A third member of the skin- pared, they will probably be raised

student body vice president; Bill McBride, fraternity coordinator for the drive; Cheryl diving party, Jim Fadden, was while If they are higher or level
they will probably remain the
with Ambeuhl to
Robinson, representative of KD sorority; Dean of Men Frank Adams; and Tommy Tart, the surface and getting him to same.

president of ATO fraternity. the University of Florida Teaching In the event that the rates are
Hospital. Mack Warren Payne raised, Philpott said, "If we stayIn
BY MURDER OR SUICIDE 2UC, who was at the top of the comparable range with other
water during the ill-fated dive, institutions," It will probably not
went for the ambulance that broughtIn hurt enrollment.He .
the body of Spindler.The said "comparable range"
I Belli Fears Ruby Death drama enacted to save Am- would be within $25 to $30.
beuhl's life began when he arrivedat "All we are trying to do," he
the hospital... Doctors put.. In said, "is to keep our fees In line
DALLAS (UPI) Chief Defense peals of his death sentence can place and killed by a guy witha a call to Jacksonville Naval Air with those charged by other state
counsel Melvin Belli said be made.In shiv." Station, and 45 minutes later, a Institutions."
I Sunday he is concerned that Jack an exclusive Interview with Belli said he will journey to Navy Albatross was winging its The possibility of hiking the
Ruby might either be killed in UPI, Belli said he is afraid Ruby Austin, Tex., Monday to take the way to Gainesville Municipal Air- fees was brought up Friday in aBoard
jail or commit suicide before ap- "might be put in a hole some case to the Criminal Court of port. of Control meeting by Bro-
Appeals. ward Culpepper, executive
"Yes sir, I do hold concern director.
I Students Agree On Verdict for his life," Belli said. "That Although the discussion beganon
Service Set
would be the way to prevent an the possibility of raising fees
The majority of UF students If the jury found Ruby guilty, and appeal...another way for Dallasto for part time students, the full-
agree that Jack Ruby not only gota by the law he should receive the dispose of him. Several minutes of silence time student question was broughtInto
fair trial but that he deservedthe death penalty -- they were justi- "I'm going to have a talk with will be observed by UF stu- the discussion by member
verdict of guilty."I fied in giving it to him,' Sheriff Bill Decker," Belli said. dents Wednesday at 11:05 a.m. Wayne McCall.
think Ruby had a fair trial," Kirschenbaum added. "Ruby should have treatment right in memoriam of Spindler. Culpepper said within recent
said Malcom Kirschenbaum, 3LW Derek Burch, 7AG from London now. He might commit suicide." This is the first time sucha months, several major Institutionshave
from Cocoa Beach, Fla. England, had different views on Ruby will be held In Dallas memoriam has ever been increased fees.
"If the jury believes that Ruby the handling of the trial. County Jail without bond until after helf for a student, accordingto lie said, however, that fees
wasn't insane when he shot Oswald, "Ruby's lawyers are turning the his case makes its way throughthe Dean of Men Frank T. should not rise to a point where
I accept the jury's decision," he trial into a farce,' Burch said. appeals courts. When, and if Adams. Adams expressed a students could not afford to entera
said. appeals of his sentence are hope that this practice could university and warned that In
"The trial went according to law. (See OPINIONS, Page 8)) denied he will be transferred to become a tradition. some cases, a change of $50 would
the state prison at Huntsville, Tex., A hymn may be played on make the difference.
for execution in the electric chair.A the chimes during the periodof Philpott said that although a
Labor Will Control jury of eight men and four silence.An change might be the difference In
deliberated some individual cases, it probably
women only 2 hours
I and 24 minutes Saturday before ambulance carried the youthto would not hurt over-all.

World Says RieselBy finding Ruby guilty of murderingLee the airport for the 90-mlnute
Harvey Oswald, the accused flight to Charleston.
assassin of President Kennedy.As University Assistant Dean of I What Kind Of
TOM MILLSAPSStaff Judge Joe B. Brown read Men Arnold E. Wirtala said doc-
Writer the verdict,defense attorneys Belli tors described the youth's condi-
The labor movement is in In- and Joe H. Tonshill of Jasper, tion caused from rising from deep Day Was It?
excapable force that will determinethe Tex., blazed In wrath, and shouted water too rapidly, a condition
world's future, and who ever "Appeal! Appeal! known as the bends.
controls this movement controlsthe t 3 kt f f O Belli said Sunday "I think we Charleston medical sources estimated Driving along W.UniversityAve.
world, nationals-syndicated have a good chanr in the Criminal Ambeuhl will have to remain at 13 m. p. h., Richard
labor columnist Victor Riesel toldan Court of Appeals, all Texas isn't in the chamber from 36- Massey Bostaln, 2UC, struck
audience of 450 here Friday like this place here. They're 48 hours. another car in the rear.
night. going to chastise this kangaroo According to Wirtala, Fadden Damages totalled more than
Speaking in University Auditor- pouch judge Brown who sat on said the accident occurred in 90 $100.The
ium on the topic Labor," this case. He didn't walk to the feet of water In a spring knownas car struck by Bostain
Riesel said that labor leaders of } 4VICTOR bench, he hopped.' "Blue Hole" or "Jug Hole." was driven by Hans Raj Grover -
today are "prime ministers of Brown had praised Belli It Is located on the Suwanee- 7EG, who stopped sud-
tomorrow." He cited several Instances Saturday as one of the best attorneys Columbia county line. denly to avoid running overa
of nations which have for- he had ever had in his Fadden told authorities he hada black cat near the inter-
double tank but section of W. Univ. Ave. and
mer laborltes as leaders. court. oxygen ,
Riesel said the trouble with the "I don't need Judge Brown's Ambeuhl had but one tank each. 13th St.
United States' labor movement was compliments," Belli said Sunday. The tanks have a 10-mtnute Bostaln was arrested for
that Communist-Influenced mob- "I'm sorry I shook hands. He warning device, Fadden said, but careless driving. Date --
sters were trying to gain control. has blood on It. He told me in 10 minutes Is too short a time to Friday the Thirteenth
return to the surface from that course.
private that he wouldn't have given
(See WARNING, Page 8)) RIESEL this case up for love or money." depth. .

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t Page 2 The Florida Alligator MondayMarch 16,1964Lane : : ,,

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I r rI .booths are shown as they

rf were seen by hundreds at { e
r front
r Saturday's carnival in

f ,. of the University Auditorium.On .
r kx ; the left Ginny Gan ,

x Carol Letterhouse, Betty ___
r : Hill, and Jeanne Howard _
r work at the Kappa AlphaTau -

booth, while Jan Hill
gets a dunking at the SigmaNu :
booth on the right. Gator :

L Gras was sponsored by _

the Florida Union.



Receives I

To Fete Pledges A Banquet

Leader AwardFrederick St. Patrick's Day will be celebrated claims the honor this-time with a Retiz; Dean of Student Affairs Lester
with a banquet given by 3.9. She has also earned a Woodrow L. Hale; retiring faculty advisor -
Alpha Lambda Delta, freshman Wilson Fellowship. of ALDDr.ElanoreDrowne, I
S. Lane was named the Hub was delayed some 45 min- women's honorary fraternity. Other guests at the dinner will and the new advisor, Dr. Tommy
outstanding student leader of the utes due to the late arrival of 56 freshman Initiates will be be President and Mrs. J. Wayne Ruth Waldo.
year by Dean Lester L. Hale at the guest speaker,who spoke on the feted at the dinner in the Blue
the Fifth Annual Student Leaders subject of "Leadership." Room of the Hub at 6.30 for
Banquet Friday night which fea- Riesel, internationally known labor attaining at least a 3.5 average
tured guest speaker Victor Riesel. columnist pointed out that during one trimester of their first
Commending the new award win true leaders must devote "their year.
ner, Dean Hale hold up a sheaf of whole lives" to that leadership.He The evening should be "quitean
papers which he said represented said he wouldn't be sur- elegant affair" according to Valuable GIFT
Lane's contributions as a student prised to see an LBJ-Pat Brownvs. Assistant Dean of Women MarJorie
leader. Nixon-Lodge presidential race Jackson. Byron S. Hollinshead,
"Now, if you want," he said, this fall. He said these men gave Dean of University College, and
"I'll read these off one by one." their "whole being." He pointedout his wife will speak on their tripto
The motion did not carry. however, that there were Paris, and for this reason UP For Female Florida
The event, staged jointly by the others who qualified in this respect Food Service has planned a French
Florida Union Board for Student and quite conceivably could menu beginning with "Coups de
Activities and the Gator Gras at make the race. Fruits Galcee" and ending with
"Parfait a la Fraise." Students
t At 4:30 that afternoon in Raw-
lings Hall the 56 pledges will be
initiated -- one of the largest
groups ALD has had. From Alpha Kappa Psi
Each year a Maria Leonard a-
ward Is presented to a senior girl,
alumna of ALD, who has achievedthe
highest over-all scholastic
average. Mary F. Tucker, 4AS,

r Capu4aL
x I
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I MondayMarch 16, 1964 The Florida Alligator Page dfneers'Fair

Awards Climax 19th 'I

it Is.
- -- Fair Just like
tinuing the
FID smoker held by
the was a
and approximately ricultural Engineers grabbingthird The Fair gives the student a chanceto
Six outstanding exhlbltis were ary fraternities the students In order to thank the
model of grain
with a look-
place Industry
awarded ribbons in the 19th annual 400 students participated In presenting members of the faculty for their use his ideas. "
exhibits and competing for handling equipment.In Ing for men with ideas.
this various
Engineers' Fair held first cooperation and salute the
division, ,
the individual of the Fair were a
past weekend by the college of prizes and ribbons. were industrial exhibitors for their fine Highlights
and third prizes
First place in the society divi- second solar energy conversion unit, a
Engineering, Department of Phys Jim participation. A welcome speechwas
to Hennigan,
awarded Jerry It usedto
when was
Insti- that melted
ics and Department of Building sion went to the American and Hass, re- briefly given by Dean Martin, spoon
Olenbaum Roger that added
dis- coffee a machine
Industrial Engineers' stir ,
tute of
This completely of Engineering.
Construction. For the first time the Head of the College
student managed and operated Fair play of computer techniques In spectively.research facilities of the Depart- Commenting on the Fair, Marlin and subtracted figures in responseto
and an Agena
radioactive verbal orders
was a three day presentation of medicine and handling ment of Physics were open to the Eller, one of the judges said, used In launchingthe
'A' nose cone
the latest advances in technologyby materials.The "This Is the finest thing I'veseen
public. Satelite.mmmmmmmmmmmmmm .
both higher education and industry of Civil Kicking off the second day of ; I am all In favor of con- Discoverer
American cy
as well as practicing en-
gineers. Engineers took the second place
award for its scale model of the
Seven student chapters of pro-
fessional engineering societies, Florida cross-state barge canal

one physics+ society, three honor-.*with the American Society* of Ag- b 2!? :


Future Meets Past 7 ____


In Engineers'Blasf

The Old Alligator met the new time was "ch racterhed by many, 4L
at the Engineer's Fair this past small spectacular: individual
weekend. exhibits," and had five group
exhibits with no Industrial ones.

Charles Trlete of Triete Con- In contrast, the sixteen page
in Delray daily Gator helped attract an esti- r'
struction Company !' .
in the mated 25,000 persons to the 19th 11 ,
Beach, one of the Judges :. ___ _
Fair brought back memories to the annual Fair held 30 years later --'T: ,- kir __
many graduates of the Universityas this past weekend. 1
he unfolded a copy of the April This year,however,the Fair was t ,b
20, 1934 Issue of the Florida Alli spread over a miltlmlllion dollar
gator. complex, was three-days in length
Instead of one, and was accordingto
The four page weekly newspaper
helped attract 3,000 persons to the Trieste,"...different." Triestewas
First annual Engineer's Fair heldin one of the five founders of -c

Benton Hall. The fair at that the fair. 1 ;1 .,

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exhibit which was one of the many at the Engineering
j of Jacksonville displays firm. He 'I
Jacksonville engineering
Fair held over the weekend. Huddleston is with a

6-5333 Loans up to $600 222 W. Univ. Ave., is shown with a launcher and umbilical i I tower for a Saturn V.

BBBHBBBBBBBBBBI Dirksen After Rights


Bill That Will Work

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made the statement as
Republican leader Everett V. the Senate headed toward what may
Dirksen, 111.,said yesterday he was be the first test of strength on the
I jjj2 striving for passage of a civil civil rights issue.It .
rights bill that would not leav may vote this week on a pro-
"pockets of prejudice' scattere posal by Sen. Wayne Morse, D-
1 the bill to the South-
1 throughout the country.He Ore., to send
1 4..' .. referred specifically to the ern-led Judiciary Committee for
so-called public accommodation 10 days. Morse is a civil rights
but feels that his approach
r i'j r provision designed to guarante supporter
Is In accordance with Sen-
establishments -
Negro entry to certain
serving the public. He sal ate procedure.Sen. .
Jacob K. Javlts, R-N.Y.,
the provision
he could not support
I as originally proposed by the late said that most civil rights back

1,11 President John F. Kennedy. ers opposed the proposal because
they felt it was a waste of timeto
send the measure to a committee -
headed by Sen. James O.East-

a Avril Blended land, D-Mlss.
1 On the other hand, Dirksen said
feel the procedure was
he did not
With Cottons "particularly dangerous."

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Page 4 The Florida Alligator MondayMarch 16,1964 LETTERS:

I, dl..1tCJ I'i. =e&If5I Gainesville Slums Close ByEDITOR

housing with FHA financing; and the owner as Dr. Edwin Andrewsand
: the in the list of others would have citizens be-
3. Close gap
I What's In A Name ? Take a trip through Gainesvilleone activities which the city of Gaines lieve. In fact, the proposed code
afternoonl Drive out NE 8th ville must perform as a local gives the city the ability to Improve
Avenue to NE 17th Street and on
fI' government In order to have whatis local houses In cooperation with
f "What's In the right hand side of the street private property owners. Further-
/ a name? called a "Workable Program,
( It used to be called "spring vacation," but with the advent of the you will see a public water faucet thus making the city eligible for more, it provides for an Appeals
I'I trimester system, It went through some sort of strange metamor- for the residents of the shacks in Federal funds for Urban Renewaland Board of interested and conscien-
phasis to reappear as "Easter vacation". the area. On the other hand, one Public Housing projects.The tious citizens which the Dangerous
J We're of of the in the need not go out that far to see Ordinance does not
speaking, course, change policy university proposed: Housing Code Building pro-
1 has adopted concerning the continuation of "business as u ., al" through Gainesville slums. One can drive drafted by the Plan Board under vide for; an ordinance under which
f't z the weekend surrounding the Easter season. up 13th Street to N. W. 6th Avenue the leadership of chairman Arnold slums were razed some years ago

I Of course, by manipulating indentlflcatlon tages, the whole process and look behind the Thrift way Butt, will supplement the existing without appeal on the site where
;' may be explained. It goes something like this: Store, or one can go down SW Dangerous Building Ordinance.The the A & P Store now stands on
I When the UF was operating under the semester system, making the 5th Street to SW 6th Avenue and projected housing code does S. W. 2nd Avenue.
I :I combination of classes and finals run well into the month of June, It was find "houses" smaller than the not propose nor give the city powerto
deemed necessary to Incorporate spring vacation" into the semester two-person rooms in Buckman or put doors on a garage and bill Neale Pearson, 7 ASr
1 to give balance to the calendar. It must have been some sort of fan- Jennings Dorms but in which five
tastic coincidence that caused "spring vacation" inevitably to fall on or six persons live. Local"slum
lords' collect $10-15 a week for
Easter weekend.

these without houses.running water Many;of many them more are I r As Yet Not HisDear I

Thus, every year the students could look forward to the suspension
are heated by unvented kerosene
\ of classes on the Friday before and the Monday after Easter. With the
heaters whose fumes are respon-
M trimester system, however, came reform. No longer could the new Mr. Chief-of-Police;
sible each winter for a series of
dynamism necessitated by the Increased demands placed on our educational -
deaths to younger children. In This Is an unofficial report of an event which occurred a few nights
t system (commonly known as the modern rat race) tolerate
many parts of Gainesville, especially event which clearly evidences injustice, Infringement upon
this springtime stumbling block in the path to the diploma. And the ago--an
the northeast, one can the state of cultural and Intellectual lag into whichwe
word "necessity, which has been used to excuse every act from enslavement dignity,
drive down a side street and see have fallen well as our steady progression towards the fearsome
to war, was raised once more to Justify the uprooting of as
f another freedom. the charred remains of a former evils of a police state. I think that you should know about it as I am
surplus army hut from World War I confident that you have a sense of Justice that will prevent any further
or World War II which burned when
And here, of course, Is where the name-switching comes in. When lunacy of this
one of these heaters exploded.
asked why we no longer observe the holiday, the administration needs
For perhaps 10,000 persons,
only to mention the fact that the demands of the trimester system, white and Negro, Gainesville is You see, it happens that I, with two fellow students, was returning
coupled with its shorter duration, make it no longer feasable to takea not "Florida's Center for Science, home from visiting a friend--a friend who has the misfortune of being
"time out" for of brown which Galnesvllllans refer to
spring. Education and Medicine." It is one that particular shade many
"But what about the Easter holidays?" of Florida's Centers of Poverty.The as "nigger." We stopped on N. W. 5th Ave. to use a telephone situatedin
Here the defendant need only to draw back self rlghtously and assert 1950 Census showed that 15 a booth on a corner (approximately 5th street), but before I could
that we NEVER HAVE: suspended classes for the Easter season. It per cent of the city's housing was open the door of the car, one of the gentlemen you employ as "plain-
always (as associate registrar Richard Whitehead mentioned) Just dilapidated and deteriorating. By clothes cops," had pulled behind us, gotten out of his car, and had
happened to fall during spring vacation. 1960, the figure had increased to stuck his head and flashlight into the car. After some routine Interrogation -
This to us, is as absurd as saying that the only reason we suspend 22 per cent. It has only been about our Identities, he asked us what we were doing in
classes for Christmas Is because it Just happens to fall during the within the last two-three years "nigger-town," to which I responded, in a manner quite respectfuland
middle of Christmas vacation.We that anything has been done about quite due a man of his position,and intelligence, that we were going
this deplorable situation. The big home, but that we had stopped to use a phone. He continued his Interrogation -
sympathize with the tremendous scheduling difficulties of the gest step to date has been passageof In a well-meaning (I'm sure) effort to protect us, and finally
administration and the stated policy of not being able to single out any the 6-mlllion dollar Capital Improvements Informed us that he had seen us patronizing some of these "nigger-
particular religious group for special attention. However, it has been Program which Included Jukes" (I guess that means nightclub). I affirmed this, upon whichhe
our belief that the Easter season is second only to Christmas as a periodof 1.5 million dollars for the told us that those "nigger-Jukes" average about two killings a
nationally-recognized religious activity. To deny this on the groundsthat East Gainesville Sewer Project month and that we'd be smart to stay out of them. He then added that i
it does not affect a large enough portion of the student body is to plus other funds to alleviate the for our benefit he was ORDERING us to get back "on our side of University !
chip away at the same foundation that upholds Christmas and Thanks- problems caused by 120 miles of Avenue," and not to be caught around there again. He told us I
giving observances.We unpaved streets in Gainesville. to use "our own phone booths." He then asked me If I were used to
minglln "with niggers" where I come from. I said yes to which he
are willing to sacrifice the suspension of Monday classes on the The next step which needs to be replied "Well, don't here." I thanked him for his advice, didn't
altar of the trimester but believe it to be well within the of the
power taken is passage of an adequate trouble him for his name, and went on.
university to plan ONE Friday sans classes, whether specificallyfor housing code--which will do three i
the observance of Good Friday or to be used for travelling in orderto
things: Now, there are some things I would like to know:
properly facilitate Easter observances in one's hometown.
1. Upgrade much of the current
If not, then the circumstances that prevent it should make a much sub-standard housing to be foundin 1. Must I stay on my side of University Avenue?
'better explanation than the offering of "well we really never have In Gainesville; 2. Must I stay away from "nigger-Jukes"?
the past." It sounds too much like a student coming up with an answer 2. Enable private builders togo 3. Must I be content to live in a segregated police state?
and then trying to change the professor's question to fit it. forward with plans for low-rental 4. Must I let "my friend the policeman" tell me what's right?
W. C. N. ($40 -- 60.00 per month) private 5. Will I be arrested If I go back to that evil part of town?
6. Are your Jails segregated?
7. Are they comfort.ablt-!?

Of course you must realize by now that I have no Intenltoni! of :discontinuing -

my Negro friendships, nor will confine my social activitiesto
., .. the dull throbbing of the South side of University Ave., so if the
\ answers to questions #11 through 5 are yes, I will undoubtedly see you

As Yet not Yours,
"There I I TOLD you there was no such thingas M. D. Lo/J-uC, Student 3AS

the Easter Holidays! "

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,,,; Feature Editor .................................................Cynthia Tunstall
t Campus Living Editor .......................................Judy Lynn Prince
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Betsy Garrison, Steve Vaughn, Sue Dobbie, Charner Powell, Rual
l Chandler, Pete Hathaway, and Dave Berkowitz.

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Carol Nobis, Ann Carter, Joe Kollln, Agnes Fowles, Fran Snider,
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Becky Quinn, Larry Zimmerman, Jackie Cornelius, Patti Pitr,
Gary Williams, Don Davis, Sue Haugsted, Joyce Kilmer, George
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Player's ProductionO'Neil's MondayMarch 16,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 5

Brown rLeech' Dollars Drive '

An intellectual leech was the out at the "Babbit" type of bus- "O'Neil believed that by using In Bad ShapeThe

Great God Brown. inessman. This was an important masks he could give this classi-

social image in the 1920's when cal device a modern turn," said .
art and "Dollars Scholars"pro- was donated to the fund. Stu-
Brown, as depicted by playwrite commerce were consideredmore Mason.
in gram is in sad--almost tragic-- dent contributions have since fallen
conflict than
O'Neil, is a successful they are today.
Eugene shape because student participation off steadily each year,'' Kennedy
who has lived off
businessman "The lack of communicationfrom has all but vanished, Student said. 'so far in the 1963-64 year
the ideas of others. Although
The inability of the artist to man to man is one of the Government President Ken Ken- only a little over $300 has been
and sterile
emotionally physically function in an "abrasive" most basic issues of the play. nedy said today. collected.In .
he Is presented as the type that society
comprises a second level of the O'Neil believed that all adults used William McBride, IUC, has been the past alumni have made
is looked up to In today's society play. This is the sai..e idea cur- masks, hid behind Images, and appointed new chairman of the donations to help the program but

according to Richard F. rently being developed by a groupof didn't reveal themselves to the scholarship program, Kennedy an- they are reluctant to chip in when
Mason, assistant professor of British writers referred to as public." nounced. the students fail to do their part,

speech. the "angry young men," said Ma- 'Bill is extremely competent, he said.
son. The use of masks will also helpto active in Student Government and "The channels to and from the
Great God Brown will be pre- convey the idea of dual personalities has a high scholastic average," students have fallen down and must
sented in Norman Hall Auditorium in the characters. he said. be rebuilt," Kennedy said. "Afterall
I March 25 to the 28th. Performances In discussing the form of the "Dollars for Scholars" Is a stu- this is a student self-help

I will be given at 7:30 p.m. play, Mason said O'Neil believedhe When the masks are held closeto dent scholarship fund in which program because the students are

! on Wednesday and Thursday and at could psychologically Justify the body, in a position of ten- every dollar donated is matchedby making scholarships available for
8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. the Greek use of masks.In sion, the actors will change their nine dollars from the federal themselves"
government. The beganon of fund func-
vocal tone and their language.Ma- program Scheduling raising
campus in the 1959-60 school tions during the summer trimesterand
Persons interested in obtaining son said this will convey the Idea
reservations should call university the play the principals will of the "false face' man presents. year, Kennedy said. plans for the bit drive in the
extension 2671. hold stemmed racks rather than "In the first year about $8,000 fall are being put together,he said.
wearing the kind that hide the face.
At no time will the actor's faces
The play is presented on a
be hidden. This will enable themto SPECIAL SALE
number of levels, Mason said.
maintain the artfullness and

flexibility of their own expres-
At one level O'Neil is striking sions. .tP b. I ,! Light and

Right.... 4. Y ? .v i

Miller Says Lodge new
v stylingin 1( c l

Must Come HomeWASHINGTON easy-wear %

(UPI) Republican Goldwater of Arizona trailed with ,
National Chairman Rep. WIl- 20,692 votes and New York Gov. sleeved ,

liam E. Miller said Funday he believes Nelson A. Rockefeller was third knits. Ap
Ambassador Henry Cabot with 10,504. Former Vice Presi-
Lodge will have to come home from dent M. Nixon who like Lodgewas
Saigon to campaign If he wants not on the ballot got 15-
the GOP presidential nomination. 587 votes. '

Miller said that the primarygave CARtOODS
Miller, a New York congressman -
Lodge an impetus, but he
said however that last week'sNew
Hampshire primary showedthe agreed with a suggestion that Lodge >on aaa sNow
would have to campaign to win. ,
race for the Republican nomi-
nation is "wide open." "I would not think that Ambas- within the reachof

sador Lodge could remain in Saigonup the Student Budgetat JHpuntee
Lodge, ambassador to South Viet to the date of our convention
Nam, won 33,007 write in votesin July 13 and secure the nomina- half of the original

Tuesday's balloting. Sen.Barry tion," Miller said. price, 120 cartoonsby _

the UF's& Playboy'sown

comic artist, all

Panhellenic Head printed especially for

the local college crowd.

Defends PolicyBy SOC rI"

PATTI PITZ at the Campus Shop & 1227 West University
been definitely decided yet, Miss I
Staff Writer Bauer said. Bookstore Browse Shop

Panhellenic Council President In the past Panhellenic has par- .
Gail Bauer has defended the Coun- ticipated in the SPE's national ---

cil's policy of not sponsoring ser- project against heart disease.As .
vice projects by saying "We are drive plans had already been
not sitting back in our own little made, Miss Bauer said the coun-
houses and ignoring the world cil didn't feel it would be fair
around us." to exclude them this year.
A resolution was passed by the Miss Bauer explained that each
council this year stating that sororities sorority had its own national service -

as a group will not par- project. They are not allowedto OPEN DISCUSSION OF ISSUES!
ticipate In community fund raising solicit contributions through the
drives. local community, but'must work
Because of the many local groups within their individual houses.In .
that approach individual sororitieseach addition to the projects of
year and the strain of the each sorority and pledge class, CALL ME ON THE AIR WRUF and WGGG

short trimester system, Miss sororities participate in Panhf 11-

Bauer said the council,representing enic sponsored projects."In .
MONDAY NIGHT from 8 to 9 P.M. PHONE FR 6-7575
all campus sororities, "has their own quiet way sorori-
tried to limit its altruistic pro- ties do more than any other group

jects." on campus," Miss Bauer said. START CALLING AT 7:00 P.M.
The resolution does not include Panhellenic entertains patientsin
participation In World i, nlversity the Children's ward at the university -
Service and did not Include the health center, supports a
recent Sigma Phi Epsilon (SPE foster child in the Philllplnes with
sponsored Heart Fund Drive tais over $500 a year and weekly let-
year.Whether ters, and awards two annual Your Questions Deserve Answers
or not the Heart Fund scholarships to undergraduate women -

will be included next year has not on campus.
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or Room. 14, For Rent I I Services I '_ Autos -1 I Autos I

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apt. For 2 or 3 students. GRANTS for all students. Life- mechanically good. New top,radio radio, heater, whitewall tires,
MUST SELL; -- for 2 -- $75 for 3. For guarding, office work, etc. For and heater. Low priced. 6-0525 $500. Call FR 2-7907 during noon
dr. sedan. call .. 0481. (B-116- porspectus, application send $1: after 5 p.m. (G-113-4t-c). hour any week day. (G-116-5t-c).

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furnished air-conditioned apt. miles -- never titled, trade or car reasonable price. Call Wisser
Dinette set, blocks from campus. 6-0410. TYPING done on electric IBM. straight sale. Can finance: Colin 6-3211 ext. 5629 after 5 p.m. and
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room in quiet large. Charlie's Fix-it Shop, In
NEW HOMES IN home. Ideal for student rear of Gator Groomer Laundry. Jaguar XK-120 Roadster. New wanted for evenings only
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Reasonable 6-4353. (B-114-tf-c).
FR 2-7555. ( 1 r .. NESTOR'S -- TV, RADIO, HIFI On Sale TodayCampus

living organization SERVICE. Tubes checked free.
25 H. P. applications for summer Free Extimates. Next to Florida
Pacs on sale today vertized brands and valued atover
board motor. -- ROOM AND BOARD Bookstore parking lot. 1627 N. W. go
AFFAIR"L R"L by Alpha Kappa two dollars, will be sold to studentsfor
Remote control, Good study environ- 1st Ave. Phone FR 2-7326. (M- sponsored
Psi professional business fra- fifty cents Monday and Tues-
$225 Call FR Phone FR 2-9616 immedi. 67-MWF-c). ,
.(A-114-3t-c). (B-115-5t-c). ternity. The sale will be a fund- day at the Information booth
-. ---- raising drive for Dollars for across from the Hub. Only one
39.50 Harmony comfortable front corner- I Real EstateINVEST I Scholars, Alan Ehrlich, publicity pac will be sold per person and
mo. old) 9.00 Located downtown. Ar- chairman of the fraternity, announced students are reminded to bring
chord book -- for 2 male students.Kitch- Wednesday.The their ID cards.Realizing .
other 6-4592.
speeding ticket. privileges. YOUR MONEY IN PRO-
r Stevens. ( ) ). PERTY IN THE GAINESVILLEAREA. pacs, containing drug and that students are an

FOR SALE This city is growing rap- toiletry Items of nationally ad- exceptionally rich market who buy'

on "Cartoons: by I Car Rental I idly and as land values Increase- their own medicine chest supplies

college humor demand potential increases.and Lots income with rental business Jennings Hall when away from home, manufac-
campuses -
UF's Mad Doctor turers distribute the pacs on
..licatlons. 50$ $4.99 plus 9 /ml.for property are two examples of good throughout the country each
Includes gas, oil and Investments. Call me for more with their
the Browse year to acquaint students
for normal Shop, 1964 cars equipped with detailed information. Wayne Picks QueenMiss products.To .
transmission, radio and Mason, c/o Arnold Realty Co.,
tf-p). and safety belts. FR 6-3644. 372-3522. (I-116-MWF-c). Jennings 1964, selected by help worthy students, the
-c). judges on the basis of person- Federal government adds nine dol-
ality, appearance and talent, is lars to every one dollar which is
HEELS put on I Lost & FoundLOST I
SOLES-- put -on I Personal I Suzanne derdale.A Chapo, lUC, of Fort Lau- Scholars contributed, a scholarship to Dollars loan fund.for

dark-eyed brunette,Miss Cha-
-- Pair of orange-tinted, Alpha Kappa Psi is arrangingfor
REPAIR Best shoes made: Ortho-Vent brown prescription glasses. Lost po did a modern jazz dance to a certain amount of the money
-step. New spring and sum- "House of Bamboo." In
call Dave 372-
across fiom 1st March 9. Please which will be realized from the
line. For appointment call ing questions used for rating poise,
9190 Room 895, South Hallorbringto sale of the pacs to be set aside
Lassman at. FR 2-2880. (J- 12 Florida Union. L-
). Room ( for a perpetual full tuition and
114-lt-c). book scholarship. Details will
dent might be a thing of the fu-
1111M be worked out by the University
BOOT LANCASTER Chi Oemga pin lost between ATO ture. "However, I think a wo- administration following the sale.
man's place is in the home she
NOW! 2 I House and Walker Hall. If found ,
KIRK DOUGLAS please call 2-5978. Reward. (L- said. If faced with the dilemmaof
open 6:30; 115-3t-c). green hair, a red formal, anda Drill Team
See both KEVIN date in one hour, Miss Chapo
said she'd comb the dorm for a
*first r Wanted I wigl! Tops FSU

Robert Mi INMJ&YFREDRIC Second runner up was Diane Da-
Mitchell Drill Team won
1111.1W1r1 11; W Billy
vich, lUC, who danced ballet to
"MAN in WANTED 1950-54 FORDS and over the FSU drill team by a
MARCH "Indian Summer. Miss Davich Is
CHEVROLETS. Al Herndon's narrow margin Saturday in a drill
hits 2 an education major from Winter
at : AVA GARDNER Service Station. Located 916 S. E. Park. competition at Tallahassee, mak-

"TAKE HER, 4th Street. (C-83-tf-c). Paige Wilson, lUC, majoring in ing the second year in a row the
UF team has topped the
starts political science, was third runner
Wanted to buy small 4 place con- noles.
Bob up. "I Enjoy Being A Boy" was
vertible -- Morris or Minx pre-
the title of Miss Wilson's act, a
"A GLOBAL 2-2056 ferred.anytime.Not over(C-U6-2t-c$300. ).Call combination of singing, dancing, ATO Has 80thAnniversary

-- ---- ---- and acting. She is from Miami.
Miss Phyllis Mable, Browarrt

__ 3 SHOWS 2:45Ie 6:00: 9:00At Resident Counselor; Mr. Charley
Wells, Past Blue Key presidentand Alpha Tau Omega, first fra-
law student; and Mr.Bob Park, ternity on the Florida campus,yes-
C-4 department professor; were terday celebrated its 80th Anni

Least We Urge You To See It From The Beginning the judging panel.CommentarY versary.
was provided by The Florida Chapter of ATO,
THRU ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATIONS Jane Norris, 2UC. Miss Jane originally founded February 26,
. 5 5 Lightcap, Resident Assistant,pro- 1884 at the Seminary West of the
\ TUES. Tom Tryon John Huston 1 ; / 1 vided comics, as a "contestant1 Sewanee at Tallahassee, was

\ :1 from Viet Nam. moved to UF June 15,1905.Page .



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MondayMarch 16, 1964 The Florida Alligator Page 7
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'j "'w GLENN LANEY f

Sports Editor

One of the biggest mismatches In the history of Class AA highschool

basketball finals took place at Florida Gym Saturday night.

Only.. ..the "mis" part of the match won!

A bunch of midgets walked off the court with the Class AA championship. -

For those of your who weren't there,or who haven't. ad about Pensa-

cola High School's stunning upset, the Tiger's took the roar out of
from Cocoa 58-52. '
the "paper" Tigers _
Pensacola was truly the giant killer of the tournament. Just the night

before they bumped off Tampa Hillsborough 73-55.

Hillsborough started one boy who was 6 feet 5, another that was 6 feet 3

and another that was 6 feet 0. i- I

This doesn't sound very tall to college basketball oriented fans, but -

when you stop to consider Pensacola doesn't have a boy over 6 feet 2 ," '
on the squad, you start to wonder. ",1-,, 1

When Cocoa's starting five came tromping on the court it looked as : -\'
if it was all over for Pensacola.The ..#

SHORTEST starter for Cocoa was one-half Inch taller than the '.

TALLEST person on the Pensacola squad!

Cocoa started a team that averaged over 6 feet 4 In height.

Now hieght doesn't make a basketball team, but these boys were

all good basketball players. They had proved that the night before

when they beat a good Miami team. Cocoa piled up a 28-2 record

during the year.Pensacola .

on the other hand, averaged only 5 feet 11.

Its tallest man weighed only 150-pounds. That isn't very much beefto s 4riA *4 1

be throwing around under the backboards when you are up againsta

man like Bob Seemer from Cocoa. I

Seemer is a well coordinated 6 feet 6 one-half and 200 pounds.Yet .

Tommy Lee, the Pensacola center, stayed right with Seemer. ,!if' ......
Each pulled down eight rebounds.

This was truly a case of where the good little man took on the good FOR THE CAPTAIN HOWEVER FOR THE

big man and whipped him. .of the Cocoa High basketball team no ...captain of the Pensacola Tigers cheer-
For all of the gardes, the most outstanding player of the tournament
would have to be i Mike Rollyson of Plant City. amount of cheering could urge her team ing was 'in1 as her team upset a real goodon

Mike scored 35 points to lead his team to a 52-48 overtime upsetof to a victory over Pensacola. Cocoa team 58-52. (Photos by Phil Krug)

previously only once beaten Riviera Beach. .

Rollyson came back the next night against a fired up Seabreeze team Vandy First SEC Opponent

and scored 24 points in a losing effort.

The "Best Little Man' award would have to go to Jody Skelton of

Pensacola.The UF Faces Vanderbilt
program lists him as 5-8 and 130 pounds. If this is true, he ;

must have been standing on his tiptoes with rocks in his pockets

when Skelton they had measured the crowd him.on its feet applauding as he and his teammates I Drop Two To Miami

thrilled the fans with their ballhandling wizzadry. Skelton and Co.
went into a full court press in the very first quarter and never
Zabala, to pitch today, and come Florida took a .wild 13-7 decision -
deserted it.
By STEVE VAUGHN In the Saturday nightcap.The .
back Charles Anderson and
Yet they looked just as fresh and lively on the court in the waning
Jim tomorrow. Saturday affairs both had
minutes of the game as they did at the beginning.The Assistant Sports Editor
Fuller's mound staff had a real been scheduled for seven Innings, .
most rabid fans would have to be from Cocoa. They cheer when
Florida's baseball Gators meet workout In Miami this past week- but the first went eight and the
one of their players bends down to tie his shoe.
their first Southeastern Con- end. The Gator coach was forcedto second was halted by darkness at
Florida Gym is still standing--no thanks to them.
ference (SEC) opposition of the use eight of his hurlers as the end of six.
And last, but not least, the award for the the cutest cheerleader.We .
young season in the first of a Florida dropped two of a three- Miami scored twice in the first
know her only as Jan from Tampa Hillsborough--SIGH.
two-game series with Vanderbilt game set to the Miami Hurri Inning Friday and rode the four-

here this afternoon at 3 p.m. canes. hit pitching of Elmer Harris to

Records Fall In Track The two teams will square off Miami captured a 3-1 win Fri- victory. Gator centerfielder Jim

I again tomorrow at the same hour. day night in Miami Stadium and Elliot swatted two of Florida'sfour

Coach Dave Fuller said he will edged the Gators 2-11n extra inn- hits.

Team Time TrialsSaturday's ; probably call on a pair of sopho- ings in the first game of a Sat- Charles Anderson started for

mores Dan Griffin and Adrian urday afternoon doubleheader. the Gators and was charged with

the loss his first decision of the
track time trials plaing Haley, the quartet broke the ,

yielded two records. record again this Saturday as they In Weekend ActionTulane year.
In Saturday's opening round Miami -
The 440 yard relay record stood ran the event with a time of :41.9. ,

for 25 years until last week, but Rowe disgustedly threw the batonto pushed across a run in the
bottom of the ninth to take Its
once broken did not stand long. the track after anchoring the Halts UF
second straight win, 2-1. Jim
George Leach, Rick Haley, John record run and expressed discon-
Dlggart opened on the mound but
Anderson and Pete Rowe took one tent with the time. He stated they
second off of the :43.5 time on should break the record again this Danny Eggart, the third hurler
employed by UF coach Dave Ful-
Wednesday. With Jim Brown re- week. Win Streak 81man
Freshman Scot Hager ran the 330 ler, was charged with the loss.It .
was Eggart's first setback in
FSU yard Intermediate hurdles alone,
but managed to break his own Florida's dreams of an unde- (UF) 6-2, 2-6, 6-1; Ray LakeT three decisions.

record with :39.9 clocking. feated tennis season came crash- ( ) downed Vic Stone .(UF) 6-3, Five Gator batters connected
Soccer MatchThe hits in the UF's
Hager also pole vaulted 13 feet ing down around them as perennial 6-2. two or more

4 and ran the 120 yard high hurdlesin Southeastern Conference (SEC) Results of doubles matches 13-7 second game success Satur-
scheduled soccer match
:15.6. champion: Tulane, downed the were: Bleckinger and LamotheT day.Both
between Florida State and Floridawas teams scored five in
Rowe, the team captain, ran a fighting Gators 8-1. ( ) defeated Tym and Bonner (UF)
never played Saturday.: an explosive first inning and single
:49.1 440 yard dash. Coach Bill Potter's netters ran 6-2, o-4; Hardcastle and MossT
One hour before the time scored
in the third. Florida
game Leach won the 100 yard dash in up against a tough Tulanpteam and ( ) beat Pfeiffer and Ron Reb- runs
FSU called UF coach Allan Moore times in the sixth
and 9.9 and the 220 in 22.0. only Bill Tym, defending SEC sin- huhn (UF) 6-3, 6-4; Rhodes and seven inningto

told him they could not make Harry Winkler, a freshman bas- gles champion, could pull out a win. Laek (T) downed Gardner and Los- wrap things up. :.
started Gators but
it.FSU's ketball player, won the shot put man (UF) 6-4, 6-3. Eggart for the
team said they had enough lasted only two Innings. Don Pend-
with a 44 foot effort. Face Miami'sHurricanes Miami comes to town today witha
Players, but had no transportationto ley was credited with the win in
Peter Skafte threw the Javelin gaudy 126 game win streak to

Gainesville. 201 feet while Steve Rappeneckerwas L Today their credit. relief.
Florida State's soccer club has The three-game series leaves
second with 160 feet. They put their winning streak on
no official transportation as does Florida's record at 3-2 for the
Mike Docsh took the high Jump Tulane is defending league the line against the Gators at
When travel the
they with a 6 feet 3-1/4 effort. Charles champion this year and Potter 2:30 p.m. on the varsity tennis year.
people on the team their own "
pay Goodyear triple Jumped 40 feet thinks they could easily win the courts. .
Lambda Chi Wins
way.Two 1-1/2 and Austin Funk ran a 2:00.6 SEC Tournament in May. Miami could, be ripe for an upsetas
of the
FSU team members
half mile. Singles matches results were: the number one player on the Lambda Chi Alpha downed Phi
came down the before the
match night The Gator thlnclads face Miamion Bill Tym (UF) defeated Chuck team has threatened to quit if Gamma Delta Sunday, 6-1, in Blue

story. and offered a conflicting Saturday. Bleckinger (T) 8-6, 10-8; Frank a girl who was recently put on League softball action.

They said the team had the trans- Army is unable to come down Lamothe (T) over Dave BonnerUF the team by Miami coach Dale The rescheduled game saw Don

portation but lacked enough for the second straight year. ( ) 4-6, 6-3, 6-3; Bob Hard- Lewis Is not removed. Poucher blast a 300 foot three ..

Players to, play Florida. Coach Percy Beard said aftert castle (T) downed Steve GardnerUF Potter didn't think this would run homer to lead Lambda Chi

The UF squad played an intra- e time trials, "I hope this flu ( ) 6-4, 6-1; Dan Rhodes (T) have any bearing on the match, to victory.

squad game instead of the regularly and other bugs going around allowus defeated Jerry Pfeiffer (UF) 6-4, however, as the girl will not playin Mike Hutcheson was winning

scheduled contest. to field a team next week. 6-2; Dave Moss (T) beat Don Los- today's match. pitcher.

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Warning Issued To Russians


(Continued From Pcge 1)) this gambling was on college and "Then this money flows back to
the United States to finance hotels
Florida OffersCompetent Blinded for life when gangsters professional sports. ,
housing shrimp boats night clubs
threw acid in his face eight years The underworldisbecoming ,
ago, Riesel said that $9 billion llgitlmate with this money,he said. and other legitimate businesses.
to $10 billion In dope profits are "The mobsters move this money In this way,mobs are slowly getting
Movie control of Wall Street."
being poured into gangster'scoffers into anonymous numbered accountsin
each year and that another Swiss and Panamanian banks He said the underworld is now
$9 billion is realized from illegal where it goes into false-front or- engaged in setting up its own un-
By DON FEDERMANAt the movie, emphasizes action rather gambling. He said the bulk of ganizations. affiliated unions to get power.
than idea, something which is "Without power and political
the Florida is John Franken- more accessible to the public, but protection, no underworld can
heimer's adaptation of the best- which keeps the public from rea- Opinions On Jack Ruby exist," he said.Commenting.
selling novel by Knebel and Bailey lizing the plausibility of the situa- on the recent
about an attempted military take- (Continued From Page 1)) be, even at that I am opposedto boycott of a maritime union refusing -
over of the country, "Seven DaysIn tion.The acting Is very fine, but this the penalty of death," Burch to load wheat to Russia, he
May." doesn't matter, for only the role of "They are Introducing as many added. said it is a "basic and civil rightof
The movie can be looked at as General Scott has any depth, and red herrings as they can." Preston Page, 4ED, would have the people to refuse to feed the
a marvel of competence; no more, Lancaster (partially because of As an example of "red her- "liked to see Oswald alive so enemy."
no less. himself and partially because of rings" Burch cited Ruby's lawyers there could have been a proper He said a warning was Issued to
Director Frankenhelmer opens the movie's emphasis) doesn't do asking the question "would you Investigation."Ruby got what he deserved," the Soviets that if "one more
with a brilliant picketing scene much to give us this impression.He give the death penalty to a man Page added. "But I could not plane Is shot down--if one more
which sets the mood of the movie. completely misses (as does who was accused of killing a com- have been a juror because I alreadyhad American life is lost," the mari-
Unfortunately, the tension (arising the movie) the paranoic fear that munist?" while interviewing pro- Ruby convicted in my mind," time union will see the Soviets
from a disarmament treaty with Is often so much a part of the spective jurors."It he continued.Law and all its Communist satellites
the Soviet Union) captured in this military fanatic. would have been difficultto student Michael Bergen believes starve.
scene fades Into suspense, with One thing this movie did bring get a trial which was free from that "There will be change "Not one grain of wheat or
only a minimum of attention given out In spite of Itself was the idea emotion," added Burch, "It was of venue" meaning that a new trial anything else should go to Russiaas
during the rest of the movie to the that we can no longer debate bound to turn into a circus." will be held outside of Dallas."I long as the Soviets are puttinghot
frightening Implications that can whether our enemies can be trusted Asked whether he thought Ruby believe he got the fairest bullets into the cold war,"
come out of such a situation. In ; rather, they MUST be trusted. deserved the death penalty, Burch possible trial he could have gottenIn he said.
fact, even the suspense lags a The movie might have been better said, "I am opposed to the death Dallas," Bergen said. He said he didn't consider the
little towards the end. if it were more prophetic,more penalty, I think that resorting to Asked about the controversialdeath maritime union's refusal to load
Rod Serllng's script is good, introspective, but in its present the death penalty is a failure on penalty, Sally Dunifon, lUC, wheat as interference with foreign
but a bit tainted with Hollywood form It will excite an audience, the part of society." said she thought Ruby deservedthe policy.
superficiality. The screen play, not so much from what it has to "Although this man Is as uselessto death penalty.

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