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Title: The Florida alligator
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Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: March 17, 1964
Publication Date: 1912-1973
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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I : ,
World University Service since its Inception
I in 1919 has provided extensive programs of mutual assistance, : '
l : relief, and rehabilitation for students around the world; and t AllIgator
I WHEREAS, students and teachers ought always to be Inter-
I': ested in and concerned with the rights of young people for an
:': education; andWHEREAS
'" colleges across the nation sinco World War II Vol .56, NO IIB University of Florida, Gaineivllle TuesdayMarch 17,1964
a r have called the attention of their campuses to this worthy
program; therefore, be It
RESOLVED that the of March 15 March 21 1964
: F period ,'
t' be designated at the University of Florida as "World University No Of Minds1Between
t?} Service Week"; and, be it further ,' Meeting
RESOLVED that the entire University community renew
our efforts in vigorous support of World University Service \,
<; in order that we might help students to help themselves and
p" provide aid to tomorrow's leaders who so desperately need U.S. Panama

r.4:, our help today. ,' ,

: .
(signed) (signed) '
!L Ken Kennedy, President J. Wayne Reitz, President *' WASHINGTON (UPIPresident to resume diplomatic relations and the government of Panama believes
t" '' Student BodyUniversity University of Florida Johnson said yesterday that there reopen talks to settle the Canal the language that has been under
] of Florida has not yet"been a genuine meetingof Zone dispute.But consideration ... commits the
the minds" between him and he added that "as of this United States to negotiation of
tr Panama President Robert Chlarl moment I do not believe that there revisions of the 1903 treaty."
*ti S Sim8WTO S '*a !$! on solution of the Canal Zone dis- has been a genuine meeting of the But he emphasized that "we

pute. minds between the two would make no such commitments"
SG Said SlowedBy presidents." without resumption of diplomatic
He reaffirmed U.S. determination -
Explaining this, Johnson said relations or agreement upon "a
not to make
any com- that "press reports indicate that fair and satisfactory adjustment."
mitments to negoitate revision of
Record LackBy the 1903 canal treaty before dip-
Belli Dallas
lomatic relations are resumed,
or "unless a fair and satisfactory I
vention held last weekend at the
adjustment is agreed upon.
To In AustinDALLAS
Staff Writer University of Miami. Appeal
Describing the convention as The President's statement came
Newly appointed Student Government "pretty productive for the future," in remarks departing from the (UPI) -- Attorney Mel- Even as he talked, local news-
Cabinet members say they he said the convention made group prepared text of an address to vin Belli slipped out of Dallas media began to answer chargesand
are finding the going rough because action for state university student hemispheric ambassadors who are yesterday, a city he says upsetshis accusations hurled by Belli
of the lack of records kept governments possible. meeting here in a move to spark stomach, and went to Austinto during a frantic, screaming out-
by the previous administration. Possibilities for cooperation in new life into the Alliance for Pro- appeal to a higher court to throw burst Saturday after the jury votedto
Student Government PresidentKen Influencing legislation, or for col- gress. out Jack Ruby's murder convict- send his client to the electric
Kennedy said at a cabinet lege entertainment on a "group Ion and death sentence. chair for the murder of accused
meeting yesterday that new cabi- rental" basis to cut entertainmentcosts His comment came after the He visited Ruby briefly in county presidential assassin Lee Harvey
net members had been losing time were a few of the ideas pre- Panamanian government said ina jail before he left for the state Oswald.
trying to determine what the func- sented at the convention. statement issued earlier in Pana- capital. It was not known when The Dallas Times Herald said
tions of their offices are because Kennedy said the "groundworkhas ma City that it has settled its he actually would file his appeal Belli "has blamed everyone but
"few If any records of the following been laid" for the first com- political problems with the United with the Texas Court of Criminal himself" for Ruby's conviction.
administration were available." plete convention to be held probablynext States through a written agree- Appeals.The "His statements have been rant-
ment reached under the auspicesof
fall. San Francisco civil wrongs ings .. the newspaper saidin
Kennedy said several weeks had More than ideas for future the Organization of American specialist who lost the murder case a front-page editorial. "Be-
to be spend in efforts to find out action, Kennedy said student States. spent most of the day in his hotel yond this, he has shown cruel
what the histories of their new government leaders had a chanceto The United States has refusedto room, working on the appeal. Occasionally irresponsibility toward those citizens -
jobs has been. He reported that compare ideas and organizationof confirm this. Although the OAS he took time out to con- on whose shoulder the burdenof
he has notified past president Paul state student governments."I itself announced Sunday that an tinue the denunciation of Dallas that awesome decision was laid."
Hendrick about the missing files. felt I was a little harsh in agreement had bee concluded. he began when the J jury Sat- A local radio station said Belll's
Promising "concrete, specific, my criticism of student govern- Officials said here that the United urday convicted his client. "outrageous outburst violate
hard and fast controls on the filing ment during the campaign," he States was waiting for definite "It takes a strong stomach" to every tenet of legal good taste."'
system for cabinet affairs," Ken- commented. He added, "This one proof that both sides place the same remain in Dallas, he said. lie The central character of the
nedy stated that next year the incoming ranks at the top." Interpretation on the formula took no parting shots at Dallas. drama, the balding, paunchy strip-
administration will have Also representing the UF at Miami worked out by an OAS committee. "We're going to be pretty me- tease club operator sentenced to
complete files. was Daniel W. O'Connell, ticulous about our appeal," he die for murder, remained in the
At yesterday's meeting Kennedyalso vice-president of the Southern University Johnson, in his remarks today, said. "We built up for this dur- country jail.
reported on the Florida stu- Student Government Asso- said that "the United States is ing the trial although we hopedwe lie will stay there, without bond,
dent Government Presidents'Con- ciation. ready today, if Panama Is ready," would never need it." until the case goes through the
appeals courts. Should his appealsfail
HEAVY VOTE EXPECTED he will be transferred to the
main unit of the Texas prison system -
I at Huntsvllle, Tex., where he
City Campaign TodayBy will Sheriff be electrocuted.Bill Decker said Rubyis

still alone in his jail cell and
will continue to be by himself
PHIL HEVENER which of two political power groups gistered for the last election because Headquarters, Voting Machine "until things get back to normal."
Staff WriterA holds the upper hand in local poli- of the purge of rolls con- Warehouse, Buchholz Junior High, He had said earlier he planned to
large percentage of Gaines- tics for at least the next year. ducted since that time. J.J. Finley, VFW Hall, and the move Ruby into a cell with another
ville's eligible 16,185 voters are Battling for the seat of incum- Names of all voters who have Westwood Junior High. prisoner or two.
expected to march to the polls bent Mayor-Commissioner Byron not cast their ballot during at least The Utilities Operation Centeris Belli said he planned to talk to
today as the climax of a hotly- Winn are Winn and his opponentDr. one election in the past two years located at 555 SE Fifth Avenue. Decker about giving Ruby a cell
fought city election campaign which Edwin Andrews. have been removed from the rolls, Indications are, according to the mate. He said he was afraid
will seat two city commissioners.As Winn was voted into office a according to spokesman. Registrar's office, that final Ruby might be "put in a hole
far as many observers are year ago and will be running again There was some campaigninglast results should be available by 9 someplace and killed by a guy witha
concerned, the voting will decide with the support of the Civic Action night as one-half of today's p.m. shiv."
Association (CAA). The CAAis filed of candidates --- Winn and
also supporting UF architect Butt appeared on a 15-minute AmbuehlOut
Arnold Butt in his race against radio program.
rssf another UF faculty member, Jim Andrews s aid he planned to
Richardson, for the other com- attend the commission meeting."I Of Chamber
11i mission seat. have my work as a commis-
Both Andrews and Richardson, sioner," was his comment to The rx f.w Melvin Ambuehl, lUC,was taken
a finance professor, are backedby Alligator. from the Navy Submarine decom-
r anti-CAA groups which have Richardson also took to the air pression chamber at Charleston
come to be known as the "Old waves to wrap up his campaignwith S.C. and reported"in good spirits"by
Richardson and Andrewsare attendents there.
r Guard. a 60-mlnute question and
+ rt.l billing themselves as answer session on station WRUF. Ambuehl was of a party of three
"" f Independents not committed to any The seven polling places are students who ran out of air while
y group. the Recreation Center, Girl Scout sklndlvlng 90 feet down In spring
Voting today will be carriedout near Lake City Saturday.One .
at seven city precincts. Polls of the youths, died.
will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 Leg CouncilThere Ambuehl was to stay at the
p.m. and votes will be counted at hospital Charleston for an addi-
the utility building on SE Fifth will be no meeting tional 24 hours after being released -
Avenue.A Legislative Council tonight from the decompression
spokesman for the registrar's because of conflict with sopho- chamber.
office said the number registeredfor more exams. There will bea According to Assistant Dean of
today's election Is somewhat meeting next Tuesday night. Men Wlrtlla, he was to arrive
BNWINN short of the more than 17,000 re- DR. EDWIN ANDREWS here last night.




Page 2 The Florida Alligator TuesdayMarch 17,1964

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Spain (UPI) screw. It has been used 10 i
A Spanish court yesterday ruled Spanish executions since the 16t
out execution by the medieval gar- century.
] i +tu .Y f
r1) y rote and set long prison terms for John Joesph Hand, 40, of South
four Americans convicted in the field, Mich., and James stephe
slaying of a Barcelona businessman. Johnson, 31 of Framingham

Mass., were convicted of being co
A Spanish woman and a British authors of the crime and sentenced
woman also were convicted to 21 years.
and sent to prison for their partsin

the so called "beatnik" Mrs. Nancy Karen Hand, K
robberymurder of Francisco Ro- Hand's sister-in-law alsoc

virosa Closas, a furniture dealer, Southfield, received a sentence o
on Nov. 16, 1962. 12 years and one day as an ac
Ra complice. Joan Bryden, 22, o
James Bell Wagner, 22, an accused Dusten, England, another accomplice

---- U.S. Army deserter from was sentenced to six year.;
Union Beach, N.J., was describedas and one day.
"the principal author" of the Mrs. Velasco, named by the
crime with Mrs. Maria Pilar proscutlon as Wagner's mistress
------ -- --" Alfaro Velasco, 32, of Barcelona.The admitted robbing Closas with Wag
NEW FLORIDA BLUE KEY MEMBERS ner in the furniture dealer's office

.that were tapped this weekend are, front row, left to right, John Young, Dave prosecution had demanded and killing him with a knife ana

Bludworth Finman Bob Wilson Wilson Atkinson second Norwood Gay execution by garrote for both. meat-tenderizing hammer.All .
Shelly ; row, Wagner was sentenced to 30 yearsIn

Frank Glinn, Buddy Jacobs, Maurice Plumb, and Butch Wooten; third row, Ed Moore, prison :and Mrs. Velasco to 23 six were arrested two weeks:

Charles Pierson, and James Graham; fourth row, Ed Moore, Dan Honeywell Harry years. Wagner's term was one after Closas' body was found.The;
of the harshest sentences ever have spent more than 15 months:
Ferran, and Jim Wilcox. Tapees absent from the picture were George Moss and Jack passed on an American by aSpanish in jail and legal sources sail

Copperman. Given honorary memberships were Gov. Farris Bryant, Secretary of State court in peacetime.The the sentences might be reduce
garrote Is a device by by time already served. Ther
Tom Adams Coach Dave Fuller Dr. Robert and Dean
Gregg Wimberly.
which the neck of a condemned was specualtion they might also
convict is broken when an Iron benefit from a recent nationwide
collar Is tightened with a hand pardon.
Russell Wants Civil Rights Bill

To Include Relocation Of Negroes A


WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen. Richard as the Senate opened its second and working conditions.The .
D. Russell, D-Ga., pro- week of debate on a motion to call three-man relocation com- OF
posed yesterday that the civil up the bill passed by the House mission whose chairman wouldbe
rights bill be amended to permitthe Feb. 10. The measure seeks to paid $22,500 a year wouldbe
"voluntary" relocation of Negroes end racial discrimination in voting, authorized to make or insure FOLKSOUND
so that all states would education employment, unions and loans or provide grants for trans-
have about the same number. in public accommodations.The portation, subsistence,housing and
Under his proposal, which he Georgia senator said that other expenses in resettling
said he first advanced 14 years if his relocation plan had been Negroes and whites.
ago, a thr(>e-member "voluntary approved in 1949, when he first Russell said similar aid now
racial relocation commission" suggested it, the racial problemsof is being given Indians and has
would be created. It also would today would not exist. been given to "thousands of displaced -
assist whites who want to move He said his approach would give persons." w' ,
Into areas vacated by Negroes.: "the underprivileged of both The plan, he declared, wouldbe
Russell, I leader of Southern races an opportunity to better designed to bring each of the
Democrats fighting the rights their lot" with government aid 50 states as close as possible to
legislation, made the suggestion and assurances of Improved living the 10.5 per cent national averagein
Negro population. As of 1960,
he said, the 11 Southern states

had 9,862,361 or 52.3 per cent .s sf> :.
Pool ChangesTo of the nation's Negroes, for an
average of 22.7 per cent.
Under Russell's plan, Georgia,
with a total population of 3,943- .: Xh.
Foreign PortFlorida 116 and Negro population of 1-
122,596 would require a decrease
of 700,000 Negroes to hit the national s
pool will be the waterwayto year for the public, once at Homecoming average.
seven foreign ports March 27-28 and again for their spring He then cited Montana and Min
when the Swim Fins and Aqua show. nesota, the home states of the
Gators have their annual spring "This is the first time we have two men leading the civil rights Make a date with Elaine, Joyce, Leni, Babs
show at 8 p.m. tried the spring show under the bill fight Senate Democratic and Judy.They themselves"The Women-
This year the two synchronized trimester," Miss Sheilds said. "It Leader Mike Mansfield and Sen. folk." They're the most thrilling new folk
have pushes us for practice time and can Hubert H. Humphrey.As .
chesis. group on records and their sound is fresh
be rather chilling if spring isn'tearly. of 1960, Russell said, Mon-
club, to join the entertainment to ." tana had a Negro population of and different on songs like"Green Mountain

make this spring show one of the About 35 men and women make up only two-tenths of 1 per cent of Boys,""Old Maid's Lament"and "Whistling
most colorful in many seasons. the combined Swim Fins and Aqua 1,4G7 Negroes. It would need Gypsy Rover."Keep your date at your record
Harbor Lights is the theme of Gators. In addition to their two 69,338 more Negroes to reach the dealer today. Don't keep five ladles waiting!
show and
dancers and
annual shows,they perform on road national average. Minnesota witha
swimmers plan to take their audience trips for civic groups and clubs Negro percentage of sevententhsof
to such foreign ports as Interested in swimming shows. 1 per cent would need to add RGAVICTORA. .
Ball Ha'l, France, Italy, Hawaii, 336,193 Negroes. S ,
This year's spring show will be Th.Tat UuaM n.m.1ft oun' 11co .
and Hong Kong. announced by Frank And e r s on.
The French number, accordingto There Is no admission charge and
Miss Dorothy Shields, advisorto the public is invited.
the swim groups, should be one one full pound
of the more colorful numbers.Or- KC SIRLOIN
UF Hillel Foundation
chests will dance the French "can annual 1 STEAK
can" and the Swim Fins will do a j
Passover Sederwill $1.95
water ballet to "I Love Paris."

"Orchesis will also preceed the take place Friday HALF POUND
swimmers In the Hawaii and BaliHa'i 44
& Saturday, March 27
routines," Miss Sheilds said. $1.50
"There will be three comedy & 28 at 7 pm. Reserv-
water acts performed by the Aqua ationsrequired by Georgia Country
Gators for a change of pace," HAM STEAK
March 18 must be 923 W.
Miss Sheilds continued.The Grits & Red Eye Gravy
Swim Fins and Aqua Gators made at the Hillel 'GOOD EATING PODNER'at the

ar. organized under the Intramural Office, 16 NW 18th St. TOWER HOUSE
program. They perform twice a



TuesdayMarch 17,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3
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Rail Strike Looms '" Cambodians To Negotiate I'

For Entire NationWASHINGTON With S. Viet Government

(UPI)-The threatof Wolfe said, all the railroads will -

a possible nationwide railroad immediately post notices order- PHNOM PENH, Cambodia (UPI) offer to open talks on their bounNam would not ally his Southeast

strike loomed again Monday with ing their disputed changes in wage Cambodian chief of state Prince dary lines. Asian kingdom with the Communist

the prospect of a union walkout scales and work rules into effect. Norodom Sihanouk yesterday said The mercurial prince made his camp.

Wednesday against the Southern This move undoubtedly would sparka he is resuming negotiations with announcement at a news conferAt the news conference, he said

Pacific and Louisville & Nashville nationwide rail strike, he said. South Viet Nam because he received ence a few hours after hinting to it would be "terrible"if Cambodiathe

Railroads. The long-smouldering contro- only "vague reply" from National Assembly that Camfound Itself surrounded by a Communist -

J.E. Wolfe, chief spokesman for versy between rail unions and Communist North Viet Nam to his bodia might recognize the Com Viet Nam and Laos.
the railroads, said the walkout management thus blossomed Into munist North Vietnamese and sign "We would disappear from the

would be regarded as "a strike crisis proportions for the first a treaty of friendship with the map, If we did not then, join the

against all railroads" and that time since last August, when Con- Rocky HaltsCampaign Hanoi regime. socialist camp," he said.

the companies would respond with gress acted at the last minute to Sihanouk, In his speech to the Sihanouk told the newsmen that

measures that could shut down the avert a transcontinentlal rail tie- assembly, maintained that any recognition "my education does not permit me

entire U.S. rail system. of Communist North Viet to become a Red."
Wolfe appealed to Labor Aug. 28, only hours beforea

Secretary W. Willard Wirtz to act strike was threatened, Congress

promptly to the unions rammed through legislation I
prevent pro-
ALBANY, N. Y. (UPI) -- Gov. Campus News Briefs
from "turning private disputesInto viding for the first peacetime compulsory Nelson A. Rockefeller brought his
arbitration of labor dis-
public disaster. lie added a -
the Republican
national campaign tour for -
that the carriers were ready to pute. The law created a special to
presidential nomination INTERVIEWSInterviews LAMBDA TAU
accept any reasonable settlement arbitration board to hand down
an abrupt halt yesterday In an
procedure the administration final rulings on the years-old dis-
effort to mend political fences at for National Defense Lambda Tau, honorary Medi-
might pute over management's plan to
propose. home and his 1964 state legislative cal
save Loans will be held in technology societywill
"We're not going to permit these eliminate the jobs of thousandsof
program from defeat. according tot h e following meet tonight at 8 p.m. in room
unions to rail- diesel locomotives.
crucify a single firemen on
The governor, faced with a revolt schedule. Students will reportto M1601 of the Medical Science
road," Wolfe told a news con- Other Issues, such as wage demands -
by the Republican majoritiesof 124 Tigert. building of the J. Hillls Miller
ference.In left to voluntary bar-
the state legislature, said he Mon. Mar, 16; Tues. Mar. Health Center.DELTA .
reply Wirtz said Mondaythat gaining. A strike over these Issues
will cancel all out-of-state appear- 17 B; Wed. Mar. 18 C; Thurs.
"In my judgment, there Is was forbidden for six months. The ances until his program Is actedon. I Mar. 19 DEF, ; Mon. Mar. 23 SIGMA PI
no reason or justification for national strike ban expired on last Feb.
He said he was prepared to G; Tues. Mar. 24 HI; Wed.
crisis on the railroads." 25. stay in Albany "Indefinitely." I' Mar. 25 JK; Thurs. Mar. 26
He announced that a meeting will The board decided to permit
The familiar Rockefeller smile L; Mon. Mar. 30 M; Tues. Mar.
be held Tuesday to discuss Wolfe's gradual elimination of the fire- I Delta Sigma Pi, will meet
was missing when he told news- I 31 NOP, ; Wed.Apr. 1R;Thurs.
statements. Assistant Labor Secretary men's jobs, and both the carriersand I today at 4 p.m. in room 116
men he thought the GOP lawmakerswere Apr. 2 S; Mon. Apr. 6 TUV{
James J. Reynolds and unions agreed to take the of the Florida 1 i Union. All
taking "inadequate" actionon Tues. Apr. 7 WXYZ.FARMERS, .
Francis A. O'Neill Jr., chairmanof ruling to the U.S. Supreme Court. more financial aid for schools, I brothers are urged to attend.COMMITTEE .

the national mediation board, But negotiations over other issues a new code of ethics, rewritingthe

will attend. broke down several weeks ago. state liquor laws, and repealof

Wolfe said temporary Injunction Monday, Wolfe accused the the railroad full crew law. The Collegiate Chapter of the

barring the threatened Wednesday unions of "railroad-by-railroad "I Intend to cancel any appoint- Future Farmers of America Dr. Sydney Jourard will speak

walkout against the two lines were guerrilla warfare" that has ments I may have In the national will hold their annual banquetIn tomorrow night at 8:15 on "Our
being sought In federal district brought the nation to the verge of a political field until my legislative the Banquet Room of the Vanishing Manhood and Why." It

courts in Louisville, Ky., and San general rail strike. And he com- program Is acted on," he told a Hub tonight. The banquet Is is sponsored by the Forums com-

Francisco, Calif. He indicatedhe plained that the Johnson adminis- news conference.The held annually to recognize the mittee of the Florida Union and
the courts to grant tration has offered "no concrete
expected Republican legislative accomplishments of the chapterand will be held In the Florida Union
the injunctions.But suggestions" for heading off the leaders had hoped to wind up the its members. Auditorium.ASSOCIATION.
if the courts do not do so, threatened walkout.Extradite. current session next week, but Guest speaker for the affair

Rockefeller said he was not aboutto will be the Honorable Doyle

Refuses To back down on the main issues Conner, State Commissioner of

and Intended to stay around Al- Agriculture. Commissioner The John Marshall Bar Association -
SPOKANE, Wash. (UPI) -- Gov. "I believe the best end of justice bany. He said he would not pre- Conner Is a former member of will sponsor luncheon honoring

Albert D. Rosellini yesterday refused would be served by denying the clude a special session If the the F.F.A. and has served as AttorneyGeneral and Mrs.JamesW.

to extradite Negro Charlie extradition," the governor said. legislators Ignored his program.It both state and national presi- Kynes at the Holiday Inn Wed-

Will Cauthen, 26, who Is under was not known how extensively dent of the organization. nesday at 11:30. Tickets are
the death sentence in Georgiafor Rosellini said ne was denyingthe the governor would be forced to $1.50. In the afternoon a recep-

murder. extradition requested by Geo- curtail his personal drive for GOP TO SPEAK tion in honor of them will be held

Rosellini ordered the releaseof gia because "there is serious national convention votes. A reliable at the Kappa Alpha house from
County doubt about the guilt of this young however said he had
Cauthen from the Spokane source, Burt Harding will speak Wed- 2:30-4:30.
held since man and doubt whether he received until after
Jail where he has been no campaign plans nesday night at 9:30 in Hume
his arrest on a fugitive warrant justice" as we know it in Easter. Hall recreation room, on the SCHOLARSHIPS
this state.
last August. "Alternative to Futility."

PreCounselingPrecounseling Harding Is southeastern director Applications for I F C tuition

appoint- of Inter Varsity. Everyone scholarships are available In room

What's @ New Is welcome. 128 Tigert Hall until Friday.
See fiJ0 in ments are now available to
University College stu- Thursday night at 9:39 in Three scholarships will be given
Graham Area Movie room he at this time for next Fall. The
dents at the desk outside
204 Hall. will speak on "What Is Basic awards are based on need, fraternity I
room Tigert
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Page 4 The Florida Alligator TuesdayMarch 17,1964 Organize For PUBLIC GainEDITOR

4ft. i.1t; CJat./ : \,I fB
that this
administrative monstrosities commission has
: ping and been a
such as the"tri-headed mon- vast Improvement over past years.

Until three or four years ago ster" to be mere "trivialities" in

prior to the firing of former City the words of Commissioner Andrews -
For one year, well-trained
Ain't No Big ThingSophomores Manager Bob Layton the city of instead they advocate such in zoning legislation authorities -

Gainesville had only one political vague platitudes as "independentthinking" planning, and municipal city

don't worry about doing well on tonight's opening power group. As a life-long resi- and use slam tactics suchas have been heeded. administration -
dent of Gainesville and as a Uni- the CAA of being an For
round of the first annual sophomore exams. According to all stories accusing one year, preferential favors
from versity of Florida student I know "evil experimental minority to a
Tigert Hall, grades don't matter. few have been denied in favor
You can't fall it. who many of these people are and bloc" dominated by those nasty the of
public good. For
So here's the chance you've all been waiting for. Just sit lock ,nd something about their attitudes. (and very well-trained) political year, private interests one have short
enjoy yourself. No muss, no fuss, no grade. They have run Gainesville for science professors.By subordinated In favor of public
many years. They are the so-
Interests.In .
W. W. L. called "Old Guard." way of contrast there are

many I could name but won't unless -

These people have put their questioned private who have

Eliminate Johnnie Colt money for many years Into developing gained financially from "Old my opinion, it is the duty of

i i Gainesville. They honestly Guard" policies of the past and every educated person, includingthe

II i I believe that policies designed to who for one year have been deprived School of Business, and indeed

I benefit them as businessmen developers of such special treatment. the entire university community,to
One of the more intellectual comic strips has just finished runninga and support Byron M. Winn and ArnoldF.

chapter concerning counterfeiting. It seems the vllllans were bleachingthe lators will, contractors INDIRECTLY, benefit specu- Although I will be the first to Butt for the city commissionin

) ink from one dollar bills and using the high ,class government paper Gainesville., Because of this we admit that actions of the present TODAY'S ELECTION.

, In conjunction with their own rather cleverly designed printing plates, commission majority have not always -
of favoritismand
have seen a policy
manufactured crisp new tens and twenties. The enterprising group submit
mutual back-scratching for been perfect I will Bob Mounts, 4AS
( seemed to be enjoying unprecedented success on their Investment of one ,
PRIVATE which "" < : "
PROFIT has +
only : a
:' dollar bills, until a rather unfortunate set of circumstances (Including been stopped in the past year by '" : :.>.> <': '' '-''''' '- '\'''-' \ u n :#: i
I the presence of the properly mustached Johnnie Colt) forced their
the commission majority of Winn, ;
retirement.The Turlington and Sutherland., Hendrick EndorsementEDITOR
story is a typical one in the life of Kerry Drake, but as a storyIn

yesterday's Alligator points out, the same drama is being enactedon
: )
Slightly over three years
campus, only the names have been changed to protect the reticent. ago
the Civic
Action Association was i
The "counterfeiting" ring Includes the UF studentry, acting as the formed. The CAA Is composed of Today's City Election climaxes a campaign of sharply

o supplier of the raw materials; the Dollars for Scholars drive, filling frustrated faculty members whose drawn issues and vastly different candidates. .

I the role of the middle manwith the Federal Government itself manningthe advice has been sought and then Commission candidates Byron M. Winn, Jr. and ArnoldF.

printing presses. Ignored by "Old Guard" leaders Butt are the clear choice for the Interests of the University -
The Dollars for Scholars program collects the one dollar bills from ,
and of many people who have come Community.
the students, and the federal government (by matching each one with a
to Gainesville since the war representing Because these two men have stood by the interests of the
$9 contribution of Its own) effectively turns each one Into a $10 bill. new industries and campus and charted a more forward-looking program for
r The local version of the counterfeit story is however not withoutits
businesses. There are also Gainesville, the "Old Guard" (those narrow interests which
own Johnny Colt. Colt, by dropping his sterotyped disguise of "old-timers" like myself who many wishto dominated Gainesville for years) has virtually plastered the
mustache and trench coat and donning the even more sterotyped label '
see Gainesville "grow up" as a city green with its dollars to defeat Winn and Butt.
of "apathy" and "unconcern" has done an effective job of sabotagingthe ">
city in a well-planned, orderly, This is why a strong University Community vote turnout
operation.In and busiress-like fashion. is a must. Many other students who have served the student
the first year of operation, the ring collected $8,000 In raw material,
body join me in urging registered student voters to vote
but due to the efficiency of Colt's efforts, the "take" has fallen to the '
The CAA is organized for PUBLIC vote for candidates Winn and Butt.
trickle of little the current Due to the
a over $300 during year.
, GAIN, to promote up-to-date For the undecided student voter, a few clues in making a
peculiarities of the multiplication tables,the value of the finished product
zoning, city planning, and to pro- choice:
;, should have fallen off even more precipitously. vide modern progressive solutionsto 1. Look at the men around the candidates. The most 'f
In the past, however, alumni have added to the stock of dollars
Gainesville's "growing pains." vested, narrow and cautious Interest are financing and pushing :<
coming from students. with the university diverting unallocated :
I every It was organized out of necessity, Richardson and Andrews. Studies show the bulk of Winn's r
dollar available Into the stream in order to fulfill the requirements
I to oppose and oppose successfullythose and Butt's support is drawn from the influx of new citizens, ") i
' for the federal allocation. Even during the initial of the .
year program who had been in control for from students and faculty, and from a large additional popular sy '
'I when student participation was at its crest, students made only one- \
PERSONAL GAIN. The CAA is a vote. ...U
third of the total university contribution I k
visible, open,political action group 2. Examine the level of the two campaigns. The Old Guard :
But before we begin playing the old familiar tune Indicting students
admittedly organized for power, campaign has costed the clique thousands of dollars and has 'ya,.
for lack of interest, we must examine the extent to which the leaders i
" but power to apply sound princi- centered around rumor, attacks on use of new Ideas about
of the program have striven for student support.It '
ples to municipal government not administration in and attacks the
government, personal on .1
is not enough for a cuase to be worthy, nor Is it sufficient to relax ,
to distribute special favors. C. A. A. Winn and Butt have had less money but have con- ,
I on a combination of worth and noble pleas for contributions. If the
centrated on developing the resources of Gainesville and the r.4 i
Dollars for Scholars program is to be a success, it will require a
concerted There is no one in the CAA who university, improving city services and housing and presenting I' i
campaign by a well organized group PLUS something unique
(i.e. similar to Gator Gras) to Insure the ability of the student bodyto stands to gain FINANCIALLY from a concept of city government benefiting, the entire ''K;'.!,
the implementation of its policies. community.
meet its responsibility year after year. 'j
There are no large contributorswho 3. Decide the direction you want Gainesville to take. The
Student Government President Ken Kennedy has announced the appointment
of will expect sewer rebates or leadership of Winn and Butt will mean that Gainesville will
a new chairman of the scholarship program (William '
McBride) as well as a promise to reestablish the channels between preferential zoning allowances.The move faster, shedding its old image of a sleepy, unprosperous L;;. '

I the students and the fund. We will be waiting with a keen anticipationto hamlet and offer more to residents and students. If the Old j

hear the plans of the committee; which (we hope) will transcend the "Old Guard" by way of con- Guard overcomes its broken back and regains its old politi- I. '

usual "banners and collection plate" routine, thereby transforming a trast is not quite so visible and cal power, the concerns of city government will once again : '

program that is FOR the students Into one that is also OF and BY Is not committed to a coherentset narrow to those who can afford attention. i ;' :\
the students. of principles. They consider To every University Community voter, today's election .ft!

W. C. N. such important Issues as city plans presents the chance and the obligation to decide and to vote
after deciding. I urge your vote for Byron M. Winn, Jr. and

Arnold F. Butt.

Paul Hendrick

Past Student Body President

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Fund Reports

TALLAHASSEE (UPI) CandI- sonville, Rep. Fred Karl, Daytona
dates for governor filed reports Beach and Mayor Haydon Burns,
Monday showing total contributionsof Jacksonville, all Democrats, and
close to $800,000, but Secre- Republican Charles R. Holley, St. 1 -
tary of State Tom Adams returnedall Petersburg. He asked them to fr
except two of them because of provide the missing addresses and .
insufficient addresses for some of sned them back.Dickingson .
the donors. making his second
Only Democrat Robert King try for governorship after running
High, mayor of Miami, and Republican -' fifth in 1960, continued to lead the
Ken Folks, Orlando, met field In campaign contributions,
the requirement for full street reporting receipt of $54,268 last
addresses for contributors In large week for a total of$242,759 against
cities. Both Democratic candi- expenditures of $154,191.
dates for the U.S. Senate met Kelly held onto second place,
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the requirements and their reportswere collecting $28,861 last week to BRASK-SCHIEBER
accepted. run his total to $182,213 com-
Adams 'notified the candidatestwo pared to spending of $117,812. In .Willard Brask, pianist, and Robert Schieber, violinist, perform tonight at Univer-
weeks ago that he was goingto the third position was Burns who sity Auditorium.
require that donors to political reported total spending of $95,933
campaigns be identified suffi- compared to contributions of
ciently enough to be reachably by $138,516, including $24,836 last
mail. But some of the candidatesstill week. "
persist in such addresses as Mathews said he got $15,221in Jr1B .. I S4C X1

"William Smith,Miami."One can- new contributions for a totalof ) by REID POOLE, head of UF.music department
didate listed about 15 contributorsfrom $104,933 and expenditures of .-
Tallahassee without a single $70,447.
___________ _____ ___u_
street address.It Karl reported new contributionsof
was the first time since enactment $13,395 for a total of $78,243and The BRASK-SCHIEBER DUO, eminent French-Swiss composerwho University of Florida alumni. The
of the state "who gaveit spending totaling $47,960. Willard Brask, pianist, and Robert died In 1955, is the 20th cen- light and varied program will fea-
who got it" law that It has Mayor High reported contribu- Schieber, violist, will present a tury representative on the concert. ture some ten of the seventeen
been strictly enforced by the secretary tions last week of $7,497 pushinghis concert of chamber music In Uni- The viola sonata was written in 1920 music faculty members of UF. The
of state. total to $41,303 of which he versity Auditorium tonight at 8:15. and predates by some four years general public and students are
has spent only $21,706. Holley Note that this concert was pre- Honegger's most famous, or Infamous also cordially Invited to attend
viously announced for March 19, composition, the "Pacific along with the UF alumni. The
Adams returned the reports of reported a total of $5,514 In con-
and has been rescheduled. The 231." program will be exceedingly Infor-
Fred O. Dickinson, West Palm tributions and $3,722 In spendingand
concert Is free and the Is mal and refreshments will be
Beach Sens.Scott Lakeland Folks has public
Kelly, spent $2,159 and
CONCERT FOR ALUMNI served. artists
Faculty taking partin
Invited to attend.
and John E. Matthews Jr., Jack- received $2,205. cordially
The weekend of March 20-21 the program include Willis Bo-
VARIED STYLESThe brings Spring Homecoming and the dine, University organist; Clem-
return of alumni to campus. Fri- entine White, harpist; Sarah Trav-
Variety Sparks Life four compositions, makingup day evening, March 20, at 8:30, erse, soprano; Willard Drask,pianist -
tonight's program, contrast the the Department of Music presentsa ; and the University of Florida
styles of four musical periods,the special faculty concert honoring String Quartet.
Of Prof. Funkhouser baroque, classical, romantic, and
contemporary. The baroque entryIs
the Sonata In G Minor by Pietro

"Lecturer, conductor, judge, five-gaited horses. He would never Locatelli, one of the less well-
living--it's a rat race," said JackS. let me have a bicycle." known composers, an Italian vio-
Funkhouser. Funkhouser went to graduate linist and composition pupil of the
Funkhouser Is an assistant pro- school at George Peabody School, great Corelll.
fessor In the UF C-5 department.He Nashville, Tenn., on a National Beethoven's Notturno, Opus 42,
has lectured on humanities at Defense Scholarship."I was originally written for string
UF since 1961.Funkhouser. worked at any Jobs during trio but transcribed for viola
was in the United that time that the placement office and piano during Beethoven's life-
States Air Force during the Korean could dredge up," he said. time and with Beethoven's appro-
Conflict the of 1961 Funk- val. The Notturno Is Inthe classi-
at Lackland, Texas.While In summer R
in the Initiated cal serenade style and belongs to
Air Force he taught tactical houser an experimental
training command which Is com- program in Nashville, Tenn. He Beethoven's early period.
parable to army bootcamp."All set up the first national radio The most expansive selection on
college course In humanities. He the program is the great romantic
my life I wanted to do said it was "highly successful." Sonata in E flat, Opus 120, No. 2,
two things," Funkhouser said. Funkhouser will attend graduate by Johannes Brahms. This workis
"Teach, and own a farm and raise school at Florida State UniversityIn the final opus number in the
horses." the fall of 1965 to get his doc- Brahms catalog and carries the
At UF Funkhouser lectures to torate In humanities. However, full essence, depth, and felicity of
2,500 to 3,000 students a week on he will commute to Gainesville to expression of the mature Brahms.
humanities which is a cross section teach classes at the UFo The Sonata by Arthur Honegger,
of the liberal arts.
Before coming to UF he was a

conductor Presbyterian of at the Memphis Southwestern Orchestra ouR. BEEF STEW .is VERY

at Memphis, Tenn., from
Bi\ 1'IlE
1952 to 1958. He was also con- CuLL1jECROWD
ductor of the Memphis Symphony THIS DECISION IS SIMPLE!

Orchestra and choir conductor of
the Church of Holy Communionin The question is not whether you need a personal

Memphis."I checking account but which one U bettor you:
never had a bicycle, but I
always had a horse ever sinceI A no-minimum-balance

could sit astride one," Funk- .
houser said. "My father owneda
farm In Fairfield, Ill and raised

personal (/ checking account ora


The difference is simply: Savings. A Thrifti-Check

LAUNDRY AND account will cost little if you need but a few checksper

p0 month and amounts for deposit are small. If

DRY CLEANINGUNDER your personal finances are more active and Involve

i more checks and more dollars, Regular checkingmay

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or Room 14, Fla. Union Air-Conditioned efficiency apart- 1958 Volkswagen with sunroof, 1957 TR 3. Black, good tires,
ments. Suitable for 2-3 people, radio, heater, whitewall tires, mechanically good. New top, radio
$70 per moan. 1829 N. W. 2nd I Lost & FoundLOST I $500. Call FR 2-7907 during noon and heater. Low priced. 6-0525

1 For Sale --I Ave. Suitable for 3-4 people $100 hour any week day. (G-116-5t-c). after 5 p.m. (G-113-4t-c).
per month. 1518 N. W. 4th Ave.
Tenants pay electric only. Also .. Pair of orange-tinted,
1961 Sprite. Excellent mechanically. 1960 Grey VW sedan. Good con-
MUST biLL -- 1962 Tempest 4 available for fall trimester. Call brown prescription glasses. Lost Heater seatbelts radio.
Chassis clean, tonneau cover, dition. ,
dr. sedan. Power steering radio evenings 6-4353. D-114-tf-c March 9. Please call
( ). Dave 372- side windows and good top. Clean and passenger reclining seat.$950or
and heater. One owner car. Excellent ------T--- 9190 Room 895, South Hall or bring car reasonable price. Call Wisser reasonable offer. Before noon
condition. Very reason- Cooperative living organization to Room 12, Florida Union. (L-
6-3211 ext. 5629 after 5 p.m. and or after 6:30 call H. L. SauersFR
able. Cash or trade. Phone 372- accepting applications for 114-It-c).
or weekends 26295. (G-113-tf-c). 6-3211 Ext. 5577. (G-115-5t-p).
9867. (A-115-3t-c). students -- ROOM AND BOARD
52month. Good study environment LOST -- Silver I. D. braclet with
Must sell PONTIAC 57 power
HONDA EATER-YAMAHA Y-DS Phone FR 2-9616 immedi name Margaret. Lost a week ago
steering, power brakes, Convertible. I I
2. Motorcycle, 250cc, 5 speed, ately. (B-115-5t-c). Sunday between Jennings and the Call FR 25676. (G-116- Help WantedWaiter
tach and speedometer, racing seat, Library. Please bring to room 12
John Stiles 372-9138. (A-115-5t-c). Large, comfortable front corner- Florida Union. (L-118-2t-p). tf-p)
room. Located downtown. Arranged Jaguar XK-120 Roadster. New wanted for evenings only

NEW HOMES IN PINE FOREST.A for 2 male students.Kitchen clutch, new brakes, new electrical Apply In persop Larry's Wonder-

few ready for Immediate occu- and other privileges. 6-4592. LOST -- Alpha Tau Omega Pin, system. Needs paint. $575. Call house Restaur nt. 14 S. W. 1st St.
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ing new home community. VA,
2 bedroom furnished Between ATO House and Colonial
cottage. Delightful -
FHA financing. Hugh Edwards, Manor. Tom Lawton 2-9427. (L-
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2-1551. (A-70-tf-c). town. Also suite of 2 rooms. 118-2t-p
202 N. W. 12th Ter. 6-5368 or

\ MicroscopeAOSpencer Monocular 6-2100. (B-118-5t-c). I ServicesCHILD I Reds Have Airmen

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\ bath and garage. 2 rooms air- CARE Permanent basis.
FR 2-7555. (A-114-3t-c).
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,) board motor. 16' gator trailer. 2123. The Ranch is located southon 13th St. (M-117-5t-p). terday they are holding three David I. Holland, 35, of Holland,
; Remote control, and sterrlng wheel 441, turn right (go West on 121) American airmen shot down by a Minn.; navigator-instructor Capt.
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(A-114-3t-c: ). second house on Rt. 346A. (B- GRANTS for all students. Life- men is in a Red army hospital. delphia, and navigator 1st Lt.Harold -
iMMMMMOTMVMVMMMttlMt MMMM W MMB BfWWV 118-4t-p). guarding, office work, etc. For The U. S. Army said the Rus- W. Welch, 24, of Detroit. One
39.50 Harmony baratone uke (3 porspectus, application send $1: sians reported the wounded air- was believed hurt when his para-
mo. old) 9.00 Kingston Trio and Male student single or double Dept. C., ASIS, 22 Avenue de la man is not hurt seriously but did chute carried him into a tree.
chord book -- $22.50. Reason- rooms share bath and entrance. Liberte, Luxembourg City, Grand not identify him. An American
speeding ticket. 2-9410 -- Dob 3 blocks from campus. $28 per Duchy of Luxembourg. (M-113- military doctor will be allowed to Earlier, reliable sources saidan
Stevens. (A-116-3t-c). month each. Weekly maid ser- 18t-p). visit him. American search party was
vice. Cheaper on a trimester The Army said Capt. John L. turned back from the wreckageof
FOR SALE -- ST. PATRICK'S basis. For appointment Call TYPING done on electric IBM. Monroe, a U. S. Air Force doctor, the bomber by a warning shot
:t SPECIAL: 120 Addislsms at half- 2-0481. (B-118-3t-c). Reasonable rates. Fast service left immediately for the hospitalat fired by a Russian sentry.
: price. "Cartoons by Don Addis Call FR 25760. (M-U6-3t-c). Magleburg, 70 miles west of The Soviets have refused to allowU.
\ is 50$ this week only at the cam- Berlin. The city Is just south of S. representatives to inspectthe

pus shop & Bookstore Drowse I Car Rental I ALTERATIONS, HEMS REDONE;:, the crash site and is the site of wreckage of the plane they
Shop. Easy terms. (A-117-tf-p). ZIPPERS REPLACED, TORN a large Soviet army base.A allege was on a spy mission whena
SEAMS FIXED. What have you to spokesman said the Russians Soviet fighter shot it down last
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sofa, chest of drawers,broken an Econo-break, away from the (M-71-t-c). are "not serious" but they no Information on the three men
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p.m. (A-118-2t-c). plus 9 /ml. for 12 hours of escape. CHILD CARE $8.00 week ($1.60 the other two fliers. indicated the Russians are holding
FR 6-3644. (N-94-lt-c day). Babysitting .40 hour -- The three Americans who para- them for "spy trial."

(anytime). Ironing $2.50 basket.
I For Rent I Call 2-7601, 120 N. W. 9th St.

I Wanted I (M-89-5t-c). World's/ Fair Job

2 Bedroom, air conditioned furnished I
apt. For 2 or 3 students. WANTED 1950-54! FORDS and Appliances repaired, small and
large. Charlie's Fix-it
$65 for 2 -- $75 for 3. For CHEVROLETS. Herndon's rear of Gator Groomer Laundry.Shop, In Interviews TodayInterviews
appointment call 2-0481. (B-116-
Service Station. Located 916 S. E. 1618 N. W. 1st Ave. joining Uni-
-5t-c). 4th Street. (C-83-tf-c). versity post office. 2-7233 or 6- for summer jobs at retary of labor for student govern-
-. 9346. (M-106-tf-c). the New York World's Fair are ment, announced yesterday.
I Attractive large room in quiet Female wanted to share apart- being held today by the Brass Rail DeLoach said that students would
modern home. Ideal for student ment during summer trimesterwith World's Fair Organization in room probably be given Jobs as hospitality -

who needs a desirable place to girl, now student, will be I Autos I 208 of the Florida Union. aides and work during the period
v\ study. FR 2-7883. (B-111-tl-c). working. Call 4-6 p.m. 2-6381 Groups are scheduled to meet from April to September.He .
). hourly with a representative from said that appointments were
Carol, Room 1408. (C-118-3t-p
1958 Triumph 350 twin, $260.Good the organization to discuss fair not necessary for today's meetings
mechanical condition. CaU 372- jobs available and perhaps to seea and that all students were welcometo
..I//M 1111,111 brief film, Bob DeLoach, secService- attend.Slated.
2411. (G-118-3t-c).
NOWI2 Smash Hits I 1958 Oldsmobile
convertible. Excellent
I : t DOUGLAS, I I : I I
open 6:30; show at 7 I condition. Must sell.$650.
Call Butch Wooten 2-9260. (G-
See both late 8:55 SEYEN
as 118.3t-c). A memorial service for Dr. try, representing the university
*first run* DAYS James W. Willingham, Associate staff and friends.

Robert Mitchum ._MAY 1954 Chevrolet. Good condition. Professor of Forestry and former The tributes and a copy of the
1N.utk'IN/W Dependable transportation. Call 2- Acting Director of the UF Fores- program will be Included in a bound
, "MAN in the MIDDLE" 3748. (G-118-3t-p). try School, will be held Thursdayin column of testimonial letters which
. : : McCarty Hall Auditorium at will be presented to Mrs.Caroline
. .AVA GARDNER' HEELS put on in minutes 4 p.m. Willingham and her son Dennisat
SOLES The service will include tributesto a later date.University .
put on in I5 mimmi/
the late Dr. from staff fores-
) starts tridav11 --------------- Willingham, faculty, ,
\ I Darrel Roberts Forester XI students Florida forestry
Bob MODERN SH< Sig- try ,
t Hope REPAIR SHOP ma Pi, representing the forestry alumni and friends of the late Dr.
"A GLOBAL AFFAIR" [across from hi notional bank student body; K. R.(Bob)Swinford, Willingham are invited to attend.Dr. .
I professor of forestry, representing Willingham died in the South
4 the forestry faculty; and John Central Airlines plane crash at
= Gray. Director, School of Fores- Gainesville Airport last month.
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Jazz ? Nyetl

If x ,t a w"J/ K's Not HipWASHINGTON

r -
(UPI) -- Soviet
Premier N I kit a Khrushchev remains -
baffled by the sounds of
Jazz. But American musicians are
A\ even more befuddled by his baffle-

I' ? ment.
"Jazz communicates quickerand
i easier than any other language 41"I

on God's earth,"jazz pianist
t Bobby Timmons of New York ar-
gued. "All you've got to do is I

inaL listen.Khrushchev" doesn't agree. /:, }l
"I'm not a jazz fan and I don't \)"I-:/// / !JUi
understand Jazz," he said in a I {(I, ,, ''III'
July, 1962,conversation famed : '/ I I /! ,;, Ill:
American clarinetist Benny Good- /:/' !;' # .!::; /' ': '!I:!({tidj ,.
man. "I like real music and I
: _. dance to the United
-- don't think that's good music. other groups
THE UF'S PLAYBOYS His opinion apparently was reflected States.

. .a five man band, have signed a contract with 60th Arts Production as part of a In the new U. S. Soviet But the jazz musicians are angry -

fora movie "Where the Girls Are filmed at Daytona Beach. They cultural exchange pact signed Feb. and protesting vehemently."
promotional new 22 which concentrated a strictly "Man, they must be afraid,
will be in Daytona Beach Easter weekend and Ft. Lauderdale the following weekend.Left long-hair approach to entertainment insisted Jazz trumpeteer Dizzy

to right are Bill Flannery, Randy McDaniels, Frank Birdsong, Bill Carter, and American, sources at that time Glllespie is truly of a New virile York art,form"becauseit like

Lin Thomes. said the Russians insisted on classical a big husky thing; It's got muscles,
The most frivo- hard muscles at that."
Concern And Awareness lous entertainment they would accept "How many people understand
was an Ice skating show. Under classical music?" Glllespie askedIn

the exchange agreement, one an Interview.
country cannot force another to accept "Jazz is much easier to take.
Training Conference Theme acts It does not want. I don't see why you wouldn't understand -
The Oberlin College Choir, the it. A lot of classical
Cleveland Symphony Orchestra, compositions have been derived
"Through A war e n e s s..Con- shop pertaining specifically to the mester, under the direction of the pro-musicachamberorchestra from our music. Why, man, I
cerp" was the theme for the Third duties and difficulties of her office. Chairman Carol Shaw. Membersof and the skating show, Holiday on wouldn't be surprised If even some
Discussions led by present hall the conference committee were: classical
Annual Women Officers' Training Ice, will tour Russia. The Russ- of the Russian composers
Conference, held In Jennings Hall officers, Included: Presidents-- Carolyn Smith, Ann Johnson, ians will send the Moscow Phil- have taken a little from our jazz."
Saturday. Attending were approxi- Carolyn Smith,Southeast Broward; Marlon Arey, Susan Mathews, Nan harmonic, a touring trope from the lie said classical composershave
mately 150 newly elected hall offi Vice Presidents -- Peggy Smith, Barrington, Diane Butterfield, and Moscow Art Theater, Leningrad'sKirov done "quite a bit with har-
cers. Reid; Secretaries --Carroll Swan- Bobbl Thorne. The Resident Assistant Ballet and a variety of monies, but I don't think anyone has
Keynote speaker, Mrs. Charley son, Center Jennings; Treasurers Staff supplied recorders. done any more with harmoniesthan
Wells, Counselor, Jennings Hall, -- Dodle McKay, Pattey Pick- Duke Ellington -- and as for
stressed the Importance of link- rel, Southwest Broward; Honor ; : the Duke, well, nobody has been
Ing responsibility with the will Council Members -- Glni Nardi, able to copy him."
to serve. Awareness is gained Marilyn Warner, Susan Atteridge, h 4 Jazz vocalist Dave Lambert of
through self evaluation, listeningand Northwest Broward; Program New York's Lambert, Hendrlcks
watching, she said. The basic Chairman -- Ann Johnson, Mal- and Bavan trio -- a group in which
ingredient of awareness Is tact. lory Social Chairman -- Kathy singers imitate the arrangements .,
According to Mrs. Wells, con- Touby, Center Jennings; Floor of biff jazz bands--strongly con-
cern is an abstract thing. How- Representatives -- Sarah Lieber- curred.
ever, she said, act indicates con- man, Graham; and Welcome Week "They probably vetoed Jazz,"
cern. "Awareness will help us to Chairman -- Patty Moore, West he said, "because we have better
carry out our concern," she added. Jennings. jazz musicians than they do. They
"A measure of success is how Mistress of Ceremonies, Caro- have theater, philharmonic and
you strive," Mrs. Wells empha- lyn'Smith, encouraged the girls not ballet that is equal and In some
sized. The struggle is Importantto to look at their offices as "Jobs," ways superior to ours. But they
"a rewarding and do not have jazz bands that come
us in the achievement of mean- but rather as
meaningful experience." She reminded up to us in any way. Their musi-

Ing.A copy of "If," a parody by them that how they lead Y cians only play what they Import
Mrs. Wells on the poem by Rud- is going to determine how others from America.
1 I Jazz Lambert added, is parti-
yard Kipling, was given to each will follow.
applicable to cultural
cularly pro-
of the girls. In essence, it out-
lined the musts to"not have servedin Preparation for the conference, gram whose purpose Is to exchangeacts
vain." sponsored by the Interhall Presi- which represent the country."It .
Each girl took part In a work- dents' Committee, began last tri- is the only truly Americanart
form. Every other art form
was imported to America. Only
jazz grew from the soil," he said.
On the other side, however,
stands Washington's NationalSym-
t phony Director Howard Mitchell.He .
agrees partially with
Khrushchev."I .
: am tickled by the recent exchange -
i i ts- -mn + 4T- m* **<+ *
-' -- *mmmm w-mm pi -
THE YOLK'S ON-- agreement," he said. "I
think we should exchange things
.,ry .Phi Gamma Delta brother Bill Valentine at the Flo- an the highest artistic level. Although -

R riga Union's booth at Gator Gras Saturday night. some Jazz reaches the level
of art, the risk incurred in send
: ing a jazz group over which might
not reach the plateau is great."
II Mitchell did not name any spe-
:lflc jazz groups of which he ap-
I proves. But he did say he considers -

5 I Stravinsky, Ravel and
Gershwin as musicians who have
\! i taken the foundations of jazz and'elevated
r It' to the artistic level.
... "Great music," he said, "is M
..Wi1. noble expression within artistic
f. ,,/: :tN1 I 'orm.' The greater the man, the

greater the art. Great music
A SPECIAL EVERY DAY ones from great people -. it
loesn't come from ateeble mind.
ie added that jazz too often appeals ..
9 Townhouse Restaurant "to the lowest possible sen-
ses of the human being. U we're
2204 S.W. 13th St. 376-9904 doing to export groups in the
211 University
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Z'u .' carry-out
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Page 8 The Florida Alligator TuesdayMarch 17,1964

Teams Meet Again Today


Griffin Fires One-Hitter; I :

actors Blank Vandy4-0 9s.9 s

By STEVE VAUGHN The first baseman Tom Shannon came through

A A ? Assistant Sports Editor with an up-the-middle single to score Porter

Florida righthander Don Griffin fashioned a neat and Blomgren for Florida's initial scores. Pitcher

one-hitter here yesterday as the Gators blanked Griffin followed with another single to plate Elliot
Vanderbilt 4-0 in their first Southeastern Con- with the Gators' third run of the uprising.
are 1 4. ference (SEC) test of the season. Florida added a single score in the eigth Inning t I
4 The two teams meet again today at 3 p.m. with some Commodore help when Jim Duncan ,

.r my to conclude their two game series. Gator Coach singled, advanced to second on a wild pitch, and

Dave Fuller has nominated sophomore Adrian scored on a Vandy miscue.

Zabala, as the starting hurler for Florida. Griffin, a 6-2, 205-1 pound sophomore from

The Gators broke up a tight pitching duel between Fernandina Beach, staged a nearly flawless per- f 1

Griffin and Vandy lefthander Bunny Richardsonwith formance on a chilly, wind swept day. He struck

a three-run outburst in the seventh Inning. out seven batters, walked only one, and retired

The Gators has managed baserunners in five Vanderbilt in order in six of the nine innings he _mu ._
-- of the six previous innings, but in each instance pitched.
Richardson was able to keep things in a scoreless Shannon and Duncan struck a pair of singles

.drove in Florida's first state. each to pace the Gator's seven-hit attack. .fired a masterful one-
I. He couldn't hold the Gators back in the seventh. Vanderbilt rightfielder Terry Knepper, from I
two with seventh
runs a hitter walking only one
Dave Porter opened the inning with a walk, Bill Sarasota, connected for the only hit off Griffin,
inning bases-loaded single. Blomgren was safe on an error, and Jim Elliot a sixth-inning single. and striking out seven.,

singled to load the bases. Florida's record is now 4-2 for the season.

Hurricanes Romp 9-0

I ICE MREtK The i Miami Netters Shut Out UF I

w withMARQUIS BAESZLER For 127th Consecutive WinThe

Miami Hurricane netters closest, to winning a match. After closest doubles match,6-3 and 64.

stomped Florida's Gators 9-0 here putting up a fight, Bonner lost to Other results of the matches

Orange Vs. BlueFor yesterday, to extend their phe- John Hammill of Miami 6-2 and were: Mandelstam (M) def. Bill
nomenal winning streak to 127 75. Bonner teamed up with Ron Tym (UF), 6-2, 6-2; Richard Bray

straight matches. Rebhuhn in losing to Rod Mandel- (M) def. Steve Gardner (UF), 6-4,
For whom are going to cheer in the Orange ana blue ?
you game
Dave Bonner of Florida came stam and George Schuert in the 6-2; SchuertMdef.RebhuhnUF),
Unless one cheers for his favorite color (either orange or blue),
6-2, 6-0; John Santrack (M) def.
he has no way of knowing which team will be his favorite. As yet, -
Don Losman (UF), 6-0, 6-4; JuanBONNER
no one knows who is going to be on which team.

I can't tell you who's going to be on what team, but I can tell you a ConcoursAnd Gymkhana HeldFine
few things to watch for.

U one can keep his eye off the backfield long enough to focus it on 9

left tackle, he may see the battle of the century. Dennis Murphy vs. The sixth annual sports car Arts Committee, and the UF

Larry Gagner. They've been battling it out all spring and this will concours (show) and gymkhana, Sports Car Club, was held Sunday.
be their last chance to beat out each other. sponsored by the Florida Union
Results were:
There are other lineman to watch. Roger Pettee, Billy Joe James, .
A A Overall winners first place
and Steve Heidt have been performing quite well at their linebacker :
Warren Potters in Volvo Sedan
posts. Baring injuries Pettee should be one of the best linebackersIn MURAL RESULTSThree ;
second place John Lovejoy In a
the country next fall.
At right tackle is one of Florida's unsung line heros. He's Sidney dorm league Intramural Porsche.

MacLean of Jacksonville. Look for MacLean to drop the quarterback softball championships were decided -
in final round action Concours winner: Mike Zeigler
for a loss at least once Saturday night. yes-
One can expect the long ball to be thrown quite regularly by Steve terday.In in a Jaguar. POTTERRubio

Spurrier, Jimmy Hall, and Druce Bennett. They'll have some good Tolbert Area play, South 4
targets In Charles Casey, Barry Brown, Jimmy Jordan, and Allen took the title by defeating Tol- Gymkhana winner: Ron Young, (M) def. Vic Stone (UF).
Trammell. bert 4, 53. Cooper defeated Triumph Spitfire. 7536, 6-0; Bray and Hammil
Atkins 12-1 to cop the Graham (M) def. Tym and Jerry Pfeiffer

Area crown, and Bignam blasted Class winners in the gymkhanawere (UF), 6-2, 6-1; Santrack and RubioM

Big Bowl Game Abbot 13-2 for Hume Area honors.In : Class A, Dr.BobWlmmert, ( ) def. Gardner and Losman,6-1,

Orange League fraternity MGB; Class B, John Lovejoy, 62.

softball, Kappa Sigma edged the Porsche; Class C, Young, Spit-
The Gators have started early getting ready for the Orange and Blue AEPI's 3-2, and in Orange League fire; Class D, Rob Roy, MG 1100; The next varsity opponent for

game. The boys were so fired up for the scrimmage last Saturday thatit sorority softball the Kappa AlphaTe Class E, Drayton Holmes, Volvo. the Gators is Georgia at Athens

almost seemed like a big bowl game. The team was divided up Intoa Theta's downed the AEPhi's Class winners in the concours tomorrow. Georgia, second in the

white team and a blue team. 14-6. were: Class A, Roy in the MG Southeastern Conference (SEC)

*, 1100; Potter in the Volvo; and last year, is expected to give
Zeigler in the Jaguar. Florida another tough battle.
The final score was 19-17 in favor of the whites.

i This has been another rough spring, with as many, if not more inJuries -
\ than usual. Notice in the game Saturday night that many of the Ends
Improved Bright Spot
t' boys are being held together by tape. I

) The man who puts us back together when we fall apart is Jim Cunningham In Florida Spring Football Work

{ our trainer. Trainer Jim is the big man in the white slacks

\ and shirt and cigar stub in his mouth who comes running on the field
By MARTY LURIE for second in total yardage gained to lead last year's Gator ends in
when one of us doesn't get up.
Sports Writer among ends.Fighting total yardage.By .
it out for other positions mid-season Gator reserve

} Part of Trainer Jim's job is telling who's really hurt and who's just One of the brightest spots of receivers could possibly be as

\* "resting up.' He has several ways of testing, but only one is Infallible the Florida Gators' spring foot- helpful as the top three. Sopho-

( (although quite cruel). ball practice so far has been the mores Gary Thomas and Randy

I improved work of the end corps. Jackson are in a battle for a posi-
tion on the second unit.
The catchers should
\ pass form one
A Severe CharleyhorseA of the strongest positions on next ( Thomas played with the second
years team. unit last year and caught three

few weeks ago a young halfback came to see Trainer Jim about'a Russ Brown, Florida's No. 2 passes good for 40 yards. Jack-
son a 6-5 205 from Lake
severe Charleyhorse. While one of the assistant trainers was treating all-time pass receiver, was the
f City is currently the number two
the young Gator, Trainer Jim came out with a syringe six inche long only senior lost from the 1963 right end.

and whose needle was four Inches long. The diameter of the hole in squad. '
Lone fresh'manfromthe 63 Baby
*' -- ---- --- -
the needle was 1/8 inch.
end Gators who has a good chance of
Currently playing right on
& "Hold him still for a second, will you boys? We'll get rid of that
first unit is standout seeing some action Is Chip Hoye.
I ol' Charleyhorse In a jiff." junior Barry B. BROWN THOMASare
r Brown. The 6-3 native of Ann is
"Hoye the most Improved o.
It was a sight that broke everyone's heart to watch the poor boy
don't Oh Arbor, Michigan was chosen for juniors Lynn Mathews and our young ends," said head coach
hobble out shouting "Oh no you no you don't ---
the All-Southeastern ConferenceSEC Charles
But anyone that scared who still limped that badly must have been Casey. Ray Graves.
hurt so Trainer Jim took good care of him. ( ) sophomore team last year. Mathews grabbed three passes "He is a good pass receiver and
The hard-hitting Brown hauled in for 31 yards last season, while Is constantly improving on de-
U It weren't for Trainer Jim and his assistants, the Gators might
seven tosses for 120 yards, good Casey caught nine for 130 yards fense."
never be able to field a team.

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