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The Florida AllIgator




Vol 56, No.120 University of FloridaGainesville ThursdayMarch 19, 1964




NET Responsible For Sophs Remaining After TestBy


Phil Geyer "Students who have taken the College Boards will Mill consider you as not having taken the exam and
ctarf Writer recall that they were not allowed to leave the room." you will not be allowed to enter Upper Division
Sophomores who complained about having to stayin said Voyles. next term," one proctor was quoted as saying.No .
the exam room until the time limit was up even According to Voyles, the reasoning behind the time confirmation of the threat could be obtained
though they had finished the tests will have to take requirement Is to insure that a student puts his best from Tigert Hall.

their complaints to the National Educational Testing effort into the test, rather than hurry through It. However, the Board of Examiners does admit

Service (NET). Although grades from the "Sophomore Tests" will there are "some rough spots" in the program that
According to students who took the tests the last not be recorded on the students' record, the admini- will have to be "Ironed out."

two Tuesday nights, most finished the test early, stration Intends to use the scores to evaluate the "We are preparing a statement for the students that
but had to remain in the testing room until the allotted effectiveness of the UC comprehensive (Ccourses.. should clarify some of these problems," Voyles said

time ran out. Consensus of students who took the exams Tues- vesterday.

"The ground rules surrounding the examination day was that the tests were not as severe as expected. Disciplinary action will be taken where studentsdo
are set by NET, not the university Board of Exami- Many students were disturbed by Proctor's threats not conform to the rules under which the examina-

ners," said Lewis Voyles,assistant university exami- concerning the time requirement. tion is administered but the extent of the action has

ner.ABA. "If vou leave the room before the time is up, we not been decided, officials I _said.

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Head r r ,:' 3 e r'' 1 # tk Keller Out,



Hits Belli : tGp h-1 Says HaleIt

il

On Ethics ': t ii w.'srk w. is unlikely that Barbara Keller
x er will be seated on the Board of
.
:' S Student Publications, Dean of stu-
SAN FRANCISCO) Walter J dent Affairs Lester L. Hale said
E. Craig, president of the yesterday.
American Association ABA
Bar
( )
UF President J. Wayne Reitz
said yesterday attorney Melvin 1 ... said that he has no comment because -
Belli was guilty of flagrant disregard -
the case has not been offi-
. of the legal profession'scode e cially presented to him. He has
.
of ethics In his remarks .
not been
able to review the facts
following the Jack murder i t .
Ruby and will not comment until he
trial. has reviewed both sides of the
Craig made the statement in .e I story.
conjunction with a speech to the
'.a Barbara Keller, 2UC, was
bar association of San Francisco, elected to
'f the board in the Student
Belll's home town. (' Government election'last
The ABA president revealed that .
j. .1 February. The board has refusedto
complaints of unethical conduct ."' seat Miss Keller, declaring her
against Belli had been received I ,. .. unqualified to fill the position.
by ABA headquarters in Chicago.He .
"The
only thing I can say at
said the complaints were being this point," Hale said, "is that
referred to the association's com- ." '. 7' I'll "
.: probably go with the board.
mittee on professional grievancesfor All the'
members of board are
tifI
investigation.Craig subject to approval by Reitz.
said Belli "in his unre- r
"The problem should be offi-
strained comments on the trialof ri
cially brought to my office so
Jack Ruby in Dallas which
advice can be offered to Reitz,"
.. have been widely broadcast and Hale said. "The final decision
the chief counsel for M lr
reported -
rests with the president, but he
the defendant made intemperateand FLORIDA BLUE KEY SPEAKERS has to rely on recommendationsand

abusive statements about the .Truman Scarborough and Nancy Calhoun, discuss theirtours speaking on behalf of advice from this office and
trial court and the entire Dallas the board.
community."The the UF. ,
fc "Reitz would have to overridethe
effect was to question the board's decision if Miss Kel-
integrity of the court and jury." Johns Committee AttackedBy ler
were to be seated, and I don'tthink
Craig said "the anons of ethics he will," Hale concluded.
provide that the lawyer having any
justified reasons against a memberof United Press InternationalRep. town Miami, extend IR 75 down applauded a hold-up by the state
the judiciary should lodge that the west coast into Sarasota and of sale of a tract of marshland
Fred Karl of Daytona Beach
grievance with the appropriate authorities said while campaigning for gover- Fort Myers and across the stateto adjoining Pelican Island Bird Sanctuary ServiceTo
the Broward Dade area. which developers want to acquire -
and not indulge in public nor yesterday that the legislative
defamation." Sen. John Mathews, Jack- and conservationists say
investigating committee's new
"Mr. Belli should know this," booklet on homosexuality in Florida sonville, took hold of a political"hot would ruin the sanctuary."It Be HeldA
Craig said. "That he should so is "nothing but obscenity." potato" in the Vero Beach is high time the state start-
flagrantly disregard the code of Karl said he shudders to thinkof area, calling for a freeze on all ed holding up these sales where memorial service for the
professional ethics, and his oathas "this pornography" falling into state land sales until the state there is a conflict between public late Dr. J.W. Willingham, of

an attorney, is i discreditto the hands of a school child determines what is needed for and private Interests," Mathews the UF Forestry School, will

him and. to his profession." and added "it is wrong for any- future generations for recreationsand said. be held today at 4 p.m. in

The ABA president said "the one and especially a legislative other public purposes. lie.' In a hop-skip-and-a jump trip McCarty Hall Auditorium.

first duty of every lawyer is to committee to become engaged in from Fort Lauderdale to Lake City, Sponsored by faculty, stu-
maintain a respectful attitude toward the publication of such vile ma- City Results Live Oak, Monticello and Talla- dents, staff, alumni and
the court. That rule is imposed terial." Karl said he fought to hassee, Sen. Scott Kelly declaredthe friends of tr.) Willingham,the

for the sake of the temporary have the Investigating committee, Still Not In campaign has boiled down toa service will Include tributesby
Incumbent of the judicial office once known as the Johns Com- race between three men--Kelly, Darrel Roberts, forester,
but for the maintenance of its mittee, abolished in 1963 and then Official results were still unavailable Burns and Dickinson. He said XI Sigma Pi, representing the
supreme importance. offered an amendment that would last night in the wakeof Burns, only experience has been as Forestry student body; K.R.
police commissioner of Jacksonville (Bob) Swinford, professor of
restrict its powers but said advo- Tuesday's city election which -
Reds Launch "refused to accept" any restraint saw Incumbent Mayor-Com- "and on the other hand we Forestry, representing
on committee activities. missioner Byron Wino apparentlyedge have, Bryant's boy Bud, and If the the Forestry faculty; and John

Speaking in Marathon and at out Dr. Edwin Andrews by voters want the tax and spend trendto Gray, director of the Forestry

26th SatelliteMOSCOW Tampa, the Daytona Beach leg- 72 votes with 173 absentee ballots continue in Tallahassee, they School, representing the university -
can for either of the latter staff and friends.
islator also attacked one of his still to be counted. go
The Soviet Yesterday afternoon votes were two." The tributes and a copy of
UPI)
( -- opponents, Mayor Haydon Burnsof
in Miami backyardof
Campaigning ,
Union yesterday launched the 26th Jacksonville, as"arrogant" and still being canvassed, and, accord- the program will be includedin
fellow gubernatorial candidate '
unmanned satellite in its Cosmos charged his refusal to debate with ing to the Office of the Super- a bound volume of testimonial -
Mayor Robert King High, Dickinson -
letters which will be
series, the official news agency other candldated Indicates "he has visor of Registration, tabulation
hailed the Cross-Florida
presented to Mrs. Caroline
Tass announced. something to hide." the absentee ballots had not begunat
Barge Canal as making Florida
Willlngham and her son Den-
Tass said the satellite carries Burns, campaigning In the Holly- that time. ,
"the greatest shipping center for
nis at a later date.
The unofficial count for Wino ,
scientific Instruments designed to wood area, discussed roads and
Central and South America in the
Formerly acting director of
continue studies in outer space. pledged he would disregard any was 4,383 against Andrew's 4,311. United States."
the Forestry School Dr. wn-
The Cosmos program was agreements by former administra- Unofficial totals in the race for Meanwhile, it was announcedfrom ,
launched a year ago by Soviet tions not to build freeways in com- the other commission seat gave Miami that the six Demo- lingham was among those
scientists to pave tIe way for more petition with the toll turnpike. He UF Professor Jim Richardson a cratic candidates will discuss the killed in the South Central

manned space flight promised to give top priority to clear cut lead against his opponent issues on a radio hookup of 12 Airlines carsh at Gainesville
The last Cosmos was launchedFeb. completing Interstate Highway 95 UF Consulting Architect Arnold stations tonight under sponsorship Airport last month.

27. from the Georgia Line to down- Butt's 4,681. of the University Club of Miami.



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Page 2 The Florida Alligator ThursdayMarch 19, 1964 Flu At Peak
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I Says UF Doctor

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The current outbreak of gastro- He said a number of virusescan
Iil' enteritis (intestinal flu) on the cause the Illness and oncea
4t UF campus,"probably has reachedits person has it he develops an
peak," according toDr.Samuel immunity to that particular virus
Wright, director of the Infirmy. but this does not keep him from
Although the number of cases getting a different virus.
should begin decrease this week, The number of patients reporting
Wright said. There could be to the Infirmary with gastroenteritis
outbreaks later. in February was 604, as compared
,'-':, ,4rfr \" to 114 in December. Wright
.' said there were "probably twiceas

;; .., t TrainingStill; ; many cases we haven't seen."
r
44t Dr. Wright reported the out-
break to be campus wide and
"spread everywhere," includingthe
t t 4 ; OpenIt city.
Because several different
I
ii F ? viruses cause the illness, gastro-
Is not too late for college enteritis can be transmitted
seniors to apply for the Peace several ways, he said.
Corps and enter training this sum Some strains can be transmittedby
.,a --- aTHE mer, say Peace Corps officials. persons with unwashed hands
UPCOMING YEAR'S UF CHEERLEADERS Many seniors are writing the having contact with food and other

0 are: front row, Diane Cueny, 2UC, Delta Gamma, Susan Saunders, 2UC, Kappa whether Peace or Corps not there in is Washington still time people Other, he methods said. of transmissionare

Delta, Sharon Testy, 2UC, Delta Gamma; Lynn Mauldin, 3ED, Chi Omega; Barbara to get into a Peace Corps training through milk and water
Latham 1 1UC Pam 2UC Zeta program this summer.In supplies, but these methods occur
Regan, Tau Alpha. Second row: Bill Pinney, mostly in areas having improper

5EG, Theta Chi; Gerry Salvo, 2UC, Sigma Phi Epsilon; George Reus; Cort Lang- addition to turning in a com- sanitation.

worthy; not pictured is Bill Dixon.Folksingers. pleted Questionnaire, an applicant Symptoms differ from personto
must take the Peace Corps Place- person depending on the particular -
ment Test. These aptitude tests strain of virus. Usually,
will be administered nationwideat symptoms are digestive disorders,
Set ConcertA
Post Offices In principal,cities fever, headaches and muscle
throughout the United States on aches, Dr. Wright pointed out.
March 14, April 11 and May 9. Treatment of
gastroenteritis depends
folksinging concert -
featuring dale, several clubs In New York while Neal is particularly good at
Vince Martin and Freddie Neal and on the Tonight Show. blues. The same test is to be given on on its severity. Dr. Wright
many college campuses on a cer- stressed of the diet and tak-
will be held Monday, Mar. 23 Neal has written many folk and care
at 8:15 p.m. In the University rock 'n roll songs. His best Their repert olre consists tain day between April 19-30. Interested ing of aspirin for mild cases.
Auditorium. known song was "Candy Man" songs of social protest ("Dade seniors should inquire of Those with cramps and diarrhea
Jail" their college Peace Corps liaison. require further treatment,he said.
recorded by Roy Orblson a few County ), songs of loneliness
Martin and Neal, who teamedup years ago.Martin ("Drifter"), folk blues ("Walk Me The answer is that applications He said patients should stick to
last year after having performed who Is now known as Out In The Morning Dew"), and filed as late as June first could liquid diets while experiencingacute
as singles, have just cut an album the "dean" of Miami folksinging, commentaries on contemporary still be processed In time for entrance symptoms and switch to soft
"Tear Down the Walls" to be made his name when he recordedthe society("That's the Bag I'm In"). Into one of the training pro- diets when symptoms subside. He
released soon by Electra Records. pop hit "Cindy," but the song Tickets, which are$.50 each,are .grams beginning In middle and late pointed out soft diets excluding
The duo has appeared at the Coffee- turned him against pop music In available in the information booth summer. However, the sooner the spiced foods, liquor and .fruits.
house and the Hootenany in Miami favor of folk music. His specialtyIs across from the Hub and at the better say Peace Corps officials, Gastroenteritis usually lasts
and the Catacombs in Ft. Lauder- the driving, raspy folk sound, door.IPlayday to allow for better planning on the from a day to one week dependingon
.. the type of virus, Dr. Wright
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the applicant. added.I .
On Campus SaturdayEgg


on the face, wet behind the Play Day will end with a shaving That Saturday evening from 9:30 "
ears -- it Is all part of the cream free-for-all: staff, coeds, to 12:00 there will be a danceIn love a man in Van Heusen "41? !
Graham Area Play Day this and fellows! Everyone must pro- the Graham recreation room.
Saturday, from 1-5 p.m. vide their own cans of shaving Prizes for individual winners will
Graham Recreation Chairman cream, but no menthol will be be presented at the dance, said
Sherry Darron said a sctries of permitted. Miss Barron.
12 events will be held thj.t afternoon -
with Individual prizes for the r
first place winners. I

First event will be fie boy's See What's <3&@J New in
beauty contest. One boy from each
section of Trussler and Simpsonhas _
been chosen to be a beauty
contestant. Each of the nine boys The Browse Shop
will be taken up to one of the nine
sections In Graham Hall: ,the girls'
dorm.* The girls In the sections I
Quality PaperbacksROAD
then have 15 minutes to dress the
boys any way they want. At the
end of that time the creations will
TO MILTOWN .S.J.Perelman
be brought down stalls for judging.
Other contests will include the CARTOONS BY DON ADDIS

raw egg contest, the sack race, CALL TO GREATNESS .Adlai Stevenson
and musical tubes:ilch is similarto
musical chairs except tubs full DEATH PENALTY IN AMERICA .Hugo Bidau

of water are used for seats insteadof FEMININE MYSTIQUE Betty Friedman

chairs. MONOPOLY POWER & ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE
One of the major attractions of
.Edwin Mansfield
the day, according to Miss Barron, II
will be the tug of war over a YOUR I INCOME TAX .J.K.Lasser
small lake In front of Caham.
The winning boys' section will He's completely masculine and so-o-o
be challenged by the Graham Area attractive in the V-Taper fit. Slim

staff Graham members.area co-oidinator W.A. Technical & Reference and trim all the way. I like the

casual roll of the Button-Down and
Bryan said he was so confident in
the staff's strength he will weara the neat look of the Snap-Tab. For
suit for the "war."
that
smart
COLLEGE CALCULUS Protter authenticstyling-sport
LASERS .Lengyel or dress-Van Heusen's really got it!

Union RoomsCampus OPTICAL MODELS I IN NUCLEAR PARTICLE PHYSICS

org:uiizations may .Jones
pick up applications for room
space In the Florida Union
for the spring trimester at 41? VAN HEUSeN'
the union desk.Deadline The BROWSE SHOP ,....or It,4..1..

for returning the

March completed 20. applications is Campus Shop & Bookstore V-Taper-for the lean trim look.

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ROBERT _MCNAMARA fliursdayMarch 19,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3I


I LBJ Given SupportWASHINGTON UF Alumni Come



(UPI) Defense year and thus increase tax out of school well before high Here Saturday
Secretary Robert S. McNamara revenues. school graduation. Many of those
threw his full support Wednesday The cabinet members testified rejected on physical I grounds -
behind President Johnson's "waron before a House education-labor needed medical attention and were UP alumni gather on the university year 196465. He succeeds out-
poverty" as a means of rescu- subcommittee considering the not getting it. campus Saturday for class going president James Y. Wilsonof
ing underprivileged youths President's plan. It would offer Without the anti-poverty pro- reunions, visits with former pro- Lake City.
rejected by the armed forces and new skills ana environment to poor gram, McNamara said, rejected fessors and the annual meeting of The alumnus to be named presi
civilian employers. youths, finance anti-poverty pro- youths will continue to be thrown the Alumni Association.In dent-elect will head the group In
McNamara also told Congresshe jects, set up a domestic peace back into society with no help a day packed with social the year 1965-66.
had found enough unused military corps to help run the program, available. With it, he concluded, events, a spring football contest, President J. Wayne Reitz delivers -
installations to house a major and provide loans and grants to young people rejected for serviceor and tours of a changing campus, his annual address to alumnion
share of the 100,000 youths who small business and farm opera- civilian employment will find the old grads will take time Satur- the state of the University at
would go into work camps and "new doors" open for them. day morning for their annual business the annual business session which
job training centers. He said tors.McNamara said investigators. The 100,000 man "job crops" meeting, progress reportsand begins at 9:30 a.m. In Florida
the installations would need only found that one of three potential would be composed of youths 16 the naming of a president Union Auditorium. Also speaking
minor repairs. UJS. servicemen are rejected on through 21 who had failed to qualify elect. will be Athletic Director Ray Gra-
Welfare Secretary Anthony J. physical and educational grounds. for useful work. About half would Attorneys Nelson Harris, Jack- ves and Student Body President Ken
Celebrezze testified that the $962 Furthermore, he said, they found work on conservation projects to sonville, and Maxwell Wells, Jr., Kennedy. Committee chairmen of
million anti poverty program that poverty was closely relatedto give them income and work experience Orlando, have been nominated for the Alumni Association will deliver -
eventually would mean a saving the rejectees, failure qualify. The others would get job the top office in the Association reports of committee
for taxpayers. lie said elimination The defense secretary said four and educational training along with which includes 33,000 alumni. achievements for the year.
of poverty would increase U.s. out of five who could not meet work assignments.The William R. Con way, Daytona Awards to alumni whose service
production by $10 to $15 billion a mental qualifications had dropped idea is to train all of them Beach businessman,takes the helmat to the Association has been out-
for useful work in their adult Saturday's session to serve as standing wlH also be made.
lives.A the Association's president for the
Elects During HA) general assembly,
Jennings alumni will I consider bylawschange
Delay
Causes
Shortage which would alter the struc-
ture of the Association's
govern-
29 lack of application forms has portunlties at the Fair, the qualified ing body, the Executive Council,
Fall OfficersJennings caused a temporary delay for stu- students were asked to fill to include representation from
dents who would like to secure out application forms. each college and school of the university -
Hall residents recently elected the following officers for summer ppyment with the "The large number of students .
the fall trimester: World's Fair, according Student attending the group Interviews exhausted -
East Jennings -- Gayle Bush, president; Louise Patten, vicepresident Government (SG) Secretary of our supply of applicationforms see
; Naida Boruchow, secretary; Sherry Kessler, treasurer; Arlene Labor Bob DeLoach.Interviews ," said DeLoach. "Althoughany
Hauser, program chairman; Sandy Brown, social chairman; Lynn student may submit a form,
Hussey and Gilda Petttnati, Honor Council representatives; Judy Fln- were held yesterdayby we won't have any more until
deisen, Cathy Brown, Marilyn Masling, Cindy Geake, and Diane Davis, William Thaler, director of Friday afternoon." OUR NEW THROW
floor representatives. personnel services for the Brass
Center Jennings -- Lynn Hall, president;JoAnn Myer,vice-president; Rail World's Fair Organization. "Students from the UF have an
Jerri Knight, secretary; Kay Roe, treasurer; Aggie Fowles, program advantage over other applicants RUGS, $1.98 UP,
chairman; Paige Wilson, social chairman; Susan Stahl, welcome week Over 300 students attended the because their availability," De-
chairman; Glenda Whitehurst and Kitty Kenney, Honor Council. group interviews, DeLoach said. Loach said. "Students who Intendto
West Jennings -- Carol George, president; Anne Marie Makerevich, Students attending the interviewssaw work during the summer are MALONE'SBOOKSTORE
vice-president; Barbara Dufresne, secretary; Jan Grimsley,treasurer; a short film dealing with plans free for employment in April and
Dee Verdun, program chairman; Lynn Hampton and Sherri Williams, for the World's Fair. After a discussion that's when the jobs open, April
Honor Council. by Thaler of the job op- 22."
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J Hoffa FlicsCHATTANOOGA Bill-Doomed they do not have the votesto on all-Viet Nam elections be de Gaulle yesterday in the
wake of
1(' pass it. They have already put into force.Gromyko's. reports a French
I hit the high tide of denunciationcame terrorist has arrived here
Tenn. WASHINGTON (UPI) -
) (UPI Teamsters President Sen. John C. Stennis of their votes they hit it in a cable to the World from Brazil to try to kill
James R. Hoffa appealed Mississippi told the Senate when the debate started. Federation of Trade Union him.
Wednesday a Jury tampering yesterday that proponentsof The flow of the tide is going now meeting in Sofia, Bul-
I { conviction on which he was the civil rights bill do against them." garia. It was made public The terrorist was identi-
sentenced to eight years in not have the votes neces- here Wednesday night by the fied as Louis Honorat de
( prison and fined $10,000. sary to get it passed. U.S. DenouncedMOSCOW official News Agency Tass. Conde, a 25-year-old stu-
The Southern Democrat The foreign minister now dent who took part in an
Hoffa's attorneys filed no- made the statement as the (UPI) Soviet is in Stockholm on an official attempt on De Gaulle's life
tice of appeal in the U. S. Senate went into the middleof Foreign Minister Andrei visit. at Petit-Clamart, a Paris
district court where its second Gromyko declared Wednes-
a jury week of debate suburb 22
on Aug. 1962.
found him guilty on two on a motion to call up day his government "reso-
DeGualle
I charges of attempting to fix the rights measure, which lutely denounces United
De Conde fled
to
Brazil
I a federal jury in Nashville, passed the House earlier States actions in South Viet
Tenn. this year. Nam." ]1MEXICC CITY (UPI) following the abortive ass-

The leader of the nation's "As of now," Stennis lie demanded that 1954 Police tightened security assination attack,but is be-
t largest union is free under said, "I believe the pro- Geneva accords on Viet Nam precautions on visiting lived to have arrivedin
unification basedmilrn' French President Charles Mexico some time ago.
$75,000 bond. ponents are ,beat because calling for .' ., ,.,.. .... ....
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I BERLIN (UPI) The Russian Hennessen Jr. of Freeport, N.Y., condition. j AItj
Wednesday ignored a sharp new was allowed to visit Welch for 90 "The fractured left upper leg
U.S. warning to free three downed minutes. But Russian officers has been set with an Internal fix-

American airmen held captive in were present throughout the visit ation by means of a metal rod," ."... .,{"...T, AMERICAN
East Germany. They also refusedto and prevented the doctor from he was quoted as saying by an /<:"":' ..
let an American doctor treat questioning the flier about the American Spokesman."The 'eID': "'<<: CLASSIC
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one of the men suffering from a plane incident. factured right upper arm ; :. '.. .J-I.': ,:
broken leg and a broken arm. According to U.S. military is in good position In a plaster
I In a diplomatic protest delivered"in spokesman, the Russians told the cast." He added that hip, thigh Wi
Moscow, the United States surgeon only that they would con- and finger abrasions were
warned the Soviet Union that refusal sider his request to return for healing satisfactorily.There 3
to release the three Ameri- another visit. was no report on the Silwmnon
cans, held after their unarmed Welch and his fellow crewmen two other captive airmen.
plane was shot down by a Soviet Capt. David J. Holland, 35, of
fighter, would Jeopardize U.S. ,Holland, Minn., and Capt. Melvin Dames Hold < 225 W. University Ave.

Soviet relations. J. Kessler of Philadelphia, para-
Shortly afterward, a U.s. Air chuted Into Soviet captivity eight Fashion ShowWearing
Force surgeon traveled to a Red days ago after their plane strayedover
army hospital in Magdeburg, East East German skies and was aa

Germany, on a vain mission to shot down. a double sheer "fiery .
treat the airman, who was injured The Soviets charged the planewas orange" nightie, she drifted into ',':<'<. '.,"<*: ,'..'.
when he parachuted from the RD66 on a spy flight, and the East the light.It .
reconnaissance jet bomber. German government has hinted wasn't a scene from a Holly-

The surgeon said the Russians strongly the men might be triedon wood film but one of 25 UF Dames, ""':"",f ':
refused to permit him to take the espionage charges. The United who strode across the stage of
officer back to the West or let States denied the charges and de- the University Auditorium last
him treat the broken limbs of the jnanded the men's return.Dr. night in the UF Dames' Ninth

flier, 1st Lt. Harold W. Welch, Hennessen, who traveled 75 Annual Fashion Show.
24, of Detroit. miles to the Soviet army hospitalIn "Swinging nto Spring," the
The doctor, U.s. Air Force chief an ambulance from West Berlin, Dames in cooperation with 12 dress .
European surgeon Col. John A. said be found Welch to be in good shops, and 15 beauty salons broughtthe DEANSGATE natural shoulder poplin suit -

latest word in new fashion to 65% ""Dacron"* polyester and 35% cotton.

LBJ Wants Closer campus The newest women.suits, hats, sports

wear dresses and Available in Stone Blue
lounge wear Navy, Tan, ,
paraded under the lights to CharlieMilord's Olive; Regular, long, short and extra

Ties With Unions while Mrs.piano Leon Robbins accompaniment and Tom, long . 45.00 Exclusively Ours

Kennington provided fashion description -
WASHINGTON (UPI) -President thusiasm from labor leaders as and commentary.
Johnson will seek closer ties with did the late President John F.
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organized labor next week in major Kennedy. +urtp +r
appearances before two union "Johnson will be talking to a l
groups with recornized political lot of guys who made some big ,
power. contributions to the DemocratsIn
Johnson Is lined up to speak 1960 and who are wondering r'd +' ARROWDECTON
Monday at the United Auto Wor- whether they should do the same :
kers, convention in Atlantic City, this year," one labor source said :I-
N.J., at the request of UAW President about Johnson's twin appearances.The la '
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uled to address than
more 3,000 are expected to drum up whopping
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I, Legislative Conference of the the coming auto negotiations.
AFL-CIO Building Trades Depart- Johnson has said he will focus This remarkable shirt retains

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After the two talks, Johnson price action that threatens to start 1 ,
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Building Trades Union on the right. for wage increases that will cause
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PCl Needs More Space Profs


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Peabody Hall is like an old railroad
;,;,J station.A .
A
feeling prevails that ivy Is

<,, .," all that binds Its weathered bricks
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together. The gloomy Interior does
; "" 'A
l.V
PoliticiansNo ...,-' < not depart from this theme. The
doors and windows sag. The

;; ... floors creak. All that is missingis
the pot-belly stove.

Worse'Professor Yet, tucked away in this decrepit
old castle sans-moat,is the politi-

cal science department, one of the

Ernest Hartley dug most progressive, fastest growing

out a grimy, long-stemmed pipe, departments on campus.
stoked It, applied name, and dis- "No, we don't want to move out

appeared In a questionably fragrant -iflj : 7flflf of Peabody,'' Proto Ernest R.Bart-
smog as he related his love .. ley said. "We just want additional

of politics, jazz, square dancingand 1fMf space.
his "kids.. "It's traditional that the Political -

"Back before the war," Bartley ''*" Science department is quartered -

said, a UP political science lect- M I 1'1 I. in the most dilapidated buildingon
II! .
urer and m he added with
square dance caller, campus, a
"I played trumpet for Dixieland a chuckle.

Jazz bands. I still love it." Need for additional space Is

But "Basin Street Blues" Ii evidenced by the clutter, boxesare
doesn't sound much like "TheStar stacked in corners, leaningat
Spangled Banner." 91 precarious angles. Charts,

According to some of his stu- pamphlets and folders are piled

dents, blue notes are absent when high on top of file cabinets. In

Bartley lectures on American politics our PC L class,some students haveto
and the virtues of demo- sit on the floor.

cracy. They say his optimistic #,1 Hartley said the department was
oratory literally "shivers the tim- scattered all over the campus.
,bers" In lecture halls. "We have classes In eight differ

"These kids do something to ent buildings," he said, "and offices -

me," he admitted. "I can sense .i ., .," ... ABOVE, an "oldster" In three."
>
I' '
> : "
when I'm getting through to them. >A., ,1, .':, .t!" ','i ._ the UF campus, George Still, he said that classroom
'It's a two he 4 "< space was a critical problem.
way process, 'j
,
< ',' ,
'j <'Ii k Peabody Hall houses the
continued. "When I sense their : "" ... "Construction of the new class-
response, it charges me up. I .' university's Political Science room building may relieve this

guess It's the ham in me." ". .' ". Department.AT some," he said.
He hunched his lanky, six-foot- Bartley lectures one PCL 201
,
,'i Ii//!
plus frame Into a more comfortable ?,. section consisting of some 275
position and charged his pipe likea RIGHT, Dr. Ernest students In Norman Hall Audi-

locomotive girding for a steep .:it torium.Dr. .
hill. Bartley, popular pro- Manning J. Dauer, depart-

"Politicians," he expounded, i:! fessor of Political i Science ment head, said that since gaining

"are no better or no worse than y : :< ra relaxes between separate departmental status in
1 ,
anyone else. Many people think ;{ 1950, the department had grown
politicians are all crooks fond liars. .' ,:. classes with a pipe anda proportionately faster than the uni-

Now I'm not saying there aren't r book. versity.

any but I will defend the ratio. Dauer said the department had

You'll find no more of these peo- two secretaries In 1950. "Anddo

ple In politics than you will among BELOW, a portion of the you know how many we have

any other group or profession. 66 members of Dr. Waiter today? Two," he thundered.A .
"Swing your partner," in Bart- shortage of personnel, not
ley's native midwestern twang, is Rosenbaum's Presi classroom space Is the most urgent

a familiar sound at local square dency class in PeabodyHall. need, he said. lie cited a tremen-
+G b
n
dances. Bartley belongs to the y Because of a dous gap between the number of
Florida square dance clubs from students and teachers In the department -
Florida Square Dance Caller's As- drastic increase i in enrollment which has grown steadily

sociation. this trimester In the last decade.
"We've even got a lobby," he The Ideal student-teacher ratioIs
said. "in 1961 we got a law passed there were not enough supposed to be 12 to 1, and In

to exempt Florida square dance textbooks to go around some circles that is considered a

clubs from entertainment taxes. and one member of the maximum." "At Florida, our
He told of his erstwhile participation : ratio is seven times that figure."
crowded class sits in
in Little Theatre. lie said there are currently 14
"The ham was born In me," the doorway. instructors in the department withan

he declared, "and that's the rea- enrollment of 1,200 students.
son I love politics and teaching.You .
have to use tricks and devices ., -. -.,''. /....,:.......: Dauer said the money for needed
to maintain audience inter- "''.".''.'.'' : personnel must come from the

est--a rapport between between "' '.-. '1'+> '" state legislature."On .
,
and audienc.e--just like on .,: ', J
speaker "i... "
;r
j basis he
--- ,,c <1'<'> a per capita ,
the ,
stage.
: said, "the state of Florida spends
He said these devices could not
less money for higher educationthan
replace sincerity, though. 'r"
Louisana or North Carolina."In .
"You have to believe In what
tact," he said, "Floridais
you're saying. You know, it takes
probably unique among the states
me an hour or two to unwind aftera
because it Is spending less and
"
lecture. less of its tax dollars for education.
Bartley is now Involved as expert
witness in several court ca"es.1.4-
"If the UF Is ever to competeon
cal cases involve controversey an even scale with the top edu-
over the SAE corner as well as
in the
cational institutions county,
the Wakefield property case in w the state will have to spend more

east Gainesville. for its educational needs."
He is also a Municipal Consult- Dauer said the objectives of his

ant.Lack department Include research as
of time for family life is well as graduating political scien
one of his co nplalnts. "I haveto tists.

have a passport to see my "Teachers to be alert and pro-

children," he sdd.STORES. dcutive need to do research," be

< .w J said. "If not, they stagnate.
"Yes, we have a lot of Impor-
BY
S tant research going on now,"Dauer
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ALLIGATORSTAFF : ; said. "We have a $70,000 grant
t,
; ry
A from the Rockefeller Foundation to
; WRITER study the white-Negro political

TOM MILLSAPS I relationship, or what happens when
the Negro gets to vote in a com-

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!, i! I 1' _e l.l. o pl.a.Is': World University Service


this and take the consequencesin selves by overcoming or reducing

(1 I EDITOR: malnutrition, and disease.It these hardships. WUS money !u

: Debilitating Obstinance what is not surprising that in manyof used to build and operate coopera-
It Is difficult to imagine and universities tive dormitories, student
. colleges centers
these
.i the problems of a student are like from 1- student restaurants and canteens'
, Procrastination and red tape are wonderful tools of the human mind. In a country where the average around the world anywhere have tuberculosis book exchanges, and medical cenl:

Often times, they are compatible. Such is the case in the current per capita Income is less than$300; 10% of the students mention may other ters. Money is also used to

Barbara Keller controversey raging between Student Government (SG) in many countries it is less than not to these vide emergency aid for individual pro-
and the Board of Student Publications $100. Not only do students in such serious diseases. Inmanyof
students, for instance In
the
little or
after
Is
there
I Tonight the publications election board, composed of the regular countries find it extremely diffi- communities, math of flood, earthquake
board members plus SG President Ken Kennedy and Honor Court cult to get enough money to pay nothing in the way of medical refugee situations. This ,or other

Chancellor Jerry Richman, meets to decide the editorship of The for their tuition and books, board treatment centers. Those of us who to year WUS
plans support 85
J Alligator this summer and next year. Instead of having the customary and room, but In dozens of colleges have never had to worry where the developing countries.projects In 27

i three students on the board to vote in addition to Kennedy and Richman, and universities there are virtuallyno next meal is coming from, or to Most of
these projects in
are
there will be only two. dormitories, eating places or face sickness without medicalcare Asian, African -
and Latin American
Why? books to be had, even In the li- or to study without a placeto univer

Because SG and the board have each refused to yield a single step In braries. Or if these are avail- sit or a book to read will findit sities.

deciding whether or not Miss Keller should be seated. Because the able, they are so few and expensiveas hard to put ourselves In the Many of the students in these

{ issue has been shuttled to Richman to give an "advisory" decision on to be prohibitive. As a result, shoes of students who are tryingto universities, In the space of two

4 the constitutionality of the board's move when it refused to seat Miss many students have to live on the live and learn under these or three years will become leaders
of their own countries __
Keller. Because of these reasons, the board will pick The Alligator street or in overcrowded and un- miserable conditions.WUS and
editors one man short of the regular number. hygenic hovels -- often without because of the importance of these

There are many excuses that can be glventor the snail-like movement plumbing OF ANY KIND, eat only attempts to help college and countries -- of the world itself.

of SG on this matter. It is their responsibility to appoint a replacement one meal a day, or even less than university students to help them- The adequacy or inadequacy of
for Miss Keller and to their education will be reflectedin
recommend that person to UF President J. Wayne
Reitz for approval. the fate of people in their own

.I Kennedy has done his best to see that Miss Keller is seated because he, countries and in the world as a

the Legislative Council and the rest of SG feel she is qualified for the whole.

post. The board, on the other end of the see-saw, has said Miss Kelleris Stuff As WUS is supported entirely by
We Are Such
NOT qualified. contributions from students and

Thus, the stalemate.The faculty from 50 nations. Costs are

fact the board will be one member short, or that students will not Are Made On kept down by the use of volunteer
Dreams
enjoy the majority they should have perhaps will not affect the outcomeIn workers, local fund raising efforts,

any of the voting tonight. and availability of certain supplies

But we feel when any elected or appointed official fails to function at at substantial discounts (i.e., sur-

his post, it should be duly noted. plus food, drugs). But the need

The damage is done; no solution is possible now. EDITOR: the button! Maybe its a status is always much greater than the

We would only hope that in the future the people responsible will symbol if you show how many water amount of money available.A .

keep their quarrels in such a level that they will not affect the per- I am from Maine, which is a coolers you got. dollar given to WUS goes a

formance of a group as vital as the Board of Student PublicationsW. backwoodsy type state up in New When you go down the street, long way, especially since the need

England. I am neither an Integrationist you figure it's Yo-yoville for sure! Is so great. Just 50 will give a

W. L. nor a segregationist.You The leading stores of the com- Thailand student a medical check

munity, which I suspect obtain at up and X-ray; $6.25 will providea

see, being a backward area, least twenty per cent of their pro- student In India with a work

Double Barrelled ConfusionThe we have no white people or colored fit from colored people, don't even scholarship for a month; $100 will

people. We figure that if you walk have one half of one per cent send $2,000 worth of drugs to a

erect and wear clothes, we haveto colored people on the sales staff! student health center In Asia;$230
planning of the first-round of sophomore tests Tuesday nightcouldn't
throw you Into one big cate- will keep 50 Greek students in I
have been worse.
gory we call Human Beings. I The Cuckoo Prize has to to school for a year, covering text- ,
When students finished the three and one-half hour exam, they were go
am aware that this leaves some the books and equipment, and helping
not allowed to turn in their tests papers and leave until the alloted situation with a perfectly
room for Martians and trick dogs, straight-faced minister pay fees or room rent; $700 will I
time was up. This resulted in most students losing even more time then deliveringa
but no one seems to worry much typical enable Chilean students to open .
was necessary..-which, no doubt, was another step in the administra- "everybodyequalIntheeyesof E
about it.Considering. their first student restaurant in
tion's crafty campaign to engender the love and affection of the student God -islovethyneighbor" -
Valparaiso where there are three
body. sermon to a perfectly
that I might be an universities but no dining rooms;
Students taking the tests were told if they turned In their tests and straight-faced all white congregation -
Observationist, my first observa- $1,200 will equip a health clinicat
left before time would be from with a sweet-faced lady remarking -
was up, they kept entering upper division
tion must be that in the South I a Peruvian university which has
and would have to re-take the exam next fall. A more suitable punish- afterward, "If a colored
have met many wonderfully warm previously had no health services.
ment we can't Imagine. person came In and sat down in
people. My second observation, WUS Is sponsored by the major
Also, another gem of an idea was the selection of the nights on which my church, I wouldn't make fuss.
however
must be that a person Jewish Roman Catholic, and
." the tests are administered. I'd just get up and leave!" ,
should come South to see that Protestant student religious organizations -
It is well-known even to the lowly sophomores that almost stu-
every it's a mad, mad, mad, mad,world. in America, and by the
dent has more class along the Monday-Wednesday-Friday vein than It would take Alice-In-Wonder-
Where else would a businessmanbe National Student Association.Dr. .
they do Tuesdays and Thursdays. Because of this, the "night's before lunatic enough to spend seventy- land's mad Duchess to irrationa- U. S.

," when the heavy studying and test cramming Is always done, five llze to children
or a hundred dollars for a my why they can'tmeet Richard H. Hiers
must be the best nights to frustrate the students even more. water cooler then a colored
shuck out the boy or girl through Assistant Professor of ReligionThe
Then to top off the entire night, many students, who couldn't find same amount for another one, school or church activities inorder
the letter they received two weeks ago informing them of the tests did
mount them a foot apart, hookedup that they may judge people for
not know where to go and kept the university operator, the Florida Union to the same water supply, themselves.The .

information desk and The Alligator office busy giving directions.But draining into the same disposal songsmith who wrote the American populace has
alas, none of us knew either. words been taught to believe that the
system, just to be able to hang a "Dear Old Southland is the
Tonight is the second verse of "The Ballad of the Exploited Sopho- piece of cardboard above them, Land of Dreams" hit the nail righton more Intellectual a professorIs

more." one marked Colored, and the other the head] the less common sense he

So cheer up, sophs. marked White? I tried them both. I've got to be dreaming! das; nevertheless, if American -
Frustration is a good experience. It's the democracy is preserved
W. W. L. same stuff when you push
Thomas W. Hilyard I it will be preserved by thoughtand

Graduate StudentP. not by physics.J. .

S. Let him who is withoutsin I -- Frank Dobie

"A little adversity helps mold one's character. vPN MpRE light the first match! .



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ThursdayMarch 19, 1964 The Florida Alligator Page 7

Casual Observations
r Visits An MMBMMB Hi iteM MMMMHMHMl MVHMl HMiMnW *
The Army Art Show

; The Year's At The SpringBy
EDITOR: controversy among the students.lt
During the past few months we seems that many were under the

have, on several occasions, visitedthe Impression that the painting was WAYNE NORFLEET observe the variety of inane greet- seems to sway in a lazy, vain
campus of the University of pornographic and obscene. In our Editorial Editor ings casually tossedbetween members attempt to sweep the stars from

Florida. We were planning on attending opinion, this reaction is totally "And then and of the Intelllgencia; the awk- between oaken silhouettes, then
the University upon dis- thencameSpring, drops again at the ofa
unwarranted and appearance
indicated an obvious and RoseinhandMy ward shifting of eyes when a bashful
charge from the U.S.Army.Duringour lack of maturity within the thread-bare Penitence freshman sees the girl he met last pair of lovers ambling by In
short Interludes there, we have student body. We do not consider tore." apices evening and, unsure of being an aura of glowing preoccupation.And .
had ample opportunity to observe ourselves expert art art citizens, remembered, hesitates, starts to thus comes Spring whena
student activities, faculty and but we do feel that the painting hada ....Omar KhayyamThe speak, drops his eyes, blushes and young man's fancy (as Milton
campus life in general. Our over- Caniff said) lightly turns to .....
great deal of aesthetic value. hurries on ... and a flicker of
of the student what the girl's been about
all impression body Evidently the artist put much more tugging of the March wind disappointment crosses the girl's thinking
was it implemented, to a high degree time and effort than the students has loosed the shackles of Win- face before she too walks out of all Winter.

the principles of maturityand seem to realize. It was gratifyingto ter, and Spring has crept in sight; the funny way the music
academic proficiency. learn that by majority vote, the to weave her own velvet chain over major wrinkles his face when the
However, on our last visit to the painting was to remain up during the campus. It hasn't been the "singing silo" cuts loose; and the when are
campus, we were mystified and the show. sudden invasion of marauding color collective swivel of heads when
65 and 35
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somewhat disappointed to see the At this time we are even more that last year splashed over the that charming French teacher
obvious immaturity of many of the disappointed to learn that the broken twigs of Winter, but having walks by.Around. good marks?
students, concerning their conceptof painting has been stolen from the crept stealthily In, like a professor -
art as it is today.To be specific, show. You will have to agree that with pop quizzes it snipes at the corner, there is the
there was a small art show, spon- this is definitely not complimentary the corner of our senses with annoyed look on the hurriers faceas Y
the residents of
sored by JenningsHall to the Integrity and character errant shafts of sunlight. It falls six of the six entrances to a
in the recreation room of the of the students. Perhaps it was back along a swaying bough of building are blocked by immobile fi
drom. Entered in the show, by one taken as a prank; perhaps not. At blossoms and finally reappears In groups of people, all of whom seem 1
r
of the residents, was perhaps an any rate the painting Is gone and the most pleasing form of all a to be talking at once practicing, :- /
over-publicized painting of a nude the time and effort devoted to the spritely vision of freshness in I suppose, for cocktail parties.
woman. The painting caused much creation is Summer cotton. III ,
lost. How can this atro- II :

cious act, in any way commendor But the night is the real mirror ;
even hope to substantiate our This is the time of the yearto of the season; here the hurried
initial impression the University wander around the campus and rhythmic click of spike heels ,
A Few CorrectionsEDITOR Society? Surely this act cannot be watch the irrepressable Florida changes to the slow shuffle of .1f
overlooked. We certainly hope that student in his natural habitant. sneakers keeping careless time :
appropriate action is taken to recover with a worn pair of loafers. And ;riii'i

: the painting. Basking In the sun in front of walking across the darkened plaza,
It is true that we cannot be
the main library, It is interesting my gaze lifts up to watch the slow
I appreciated the generosity of soldiers concurrently, but we are to watch the people pass, and movement of Spanish moss as it
your staff in preparing the article now not quite sure which is the

about me in today's ALLIGATOR; best alternative.If .
and I certainly enjoyed the con- you were in our position,what With The
Jones'EDITOR
versation with your charming re- would you think of the University of Keeping Up

porter. But in all fairness I Florida?
must point out a couple of minor Cpl. George Wilson 1
mis-statements. Sgt. C. Lawrence Thomas : it not true that different states
have different methods of taxation
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I was never conductor of the According to the article In Mon- which in turn supply different
Memphis Symphony Orchestra. I day's ALLIGATOR, a survey is amounts of revenue to the state : t tr
was choral director for the Mem- Not Mickey MouseEDITOR planned to determine the "need universities? Is It not true that

phis Opera Theater, and the important for an upward hike" in student varying degrees of efficiency are yy x. ,'ifff
churches I served as music fees. One would Imagine that suchan present within different states
director (St. John's Methodist; : Increase would be necessitatedby which reflect the quantity and employment -

Church of the Holy Communion, a shortage of funds to pay pro- of funds?
Your editorial of March 17 con-
Episcopal; Temple Israel, Reformed fessors or to finance needed build-
used cerning the sophomore exams was I feel that the Board of Control
Congregation) large ing projects.It .
and not in should ask themselves such
disappointing definitely ques- y'pa
ti
numbers of the Memphis Symphonyin
seems, however, that the only
the best interests of the tions, and then, realizing their Importance -
..
various choral and oratorio
per- apparent "need" for the fee Increase ,
student body and counselors. You forget about this ridicu-
formances. AtSouthwestern is the fact that other state
have childishly advised the sophsto lous survey and go back to planning
byterian College, where I taught Institutions across the country are
Mouse" attitude a budget for the people that It will
take
"Mickey
from 1952-58, I was assistant director charging higher registration fees
of the orchestra and chorus toward these exams, an attitude than the UFo affect, the people of Florida and not 4;

and a member of the piano and which defeats the purpose of taking Is It not true that economies of the other forty-nine states.

theory staff of the School of the exams. These tests are different areas vary as do the incomes M
Music. designed to help the many sopho- of their inhabitants? Is Robert Leaman, 2UC
Thanks again for the kind attention mores who are uncertain as to how
of they stand in relation to the norm.It .
your paper. ;
Is a powerful tool that will be

Jack Funkhouser of use when a student seeks upper
Assnt. Prof. of HumanitiesLETTERS division counseling. But It is justa comfort in short
waste of time to the student if ,
he does not make a conscious effortto when they're
do his best.
The Alligator welcomes You have nothing to lose since 1y plus every patternand 65% DACRON
can't fail but have quitea
you
you
Letters to The Editor from y
our readers. bit to gain. I am only a fresh- t color under the & 35% cottonin
man now, but when I have to take
The letters must be signed. this test, I will not "just sit back Post-Grad

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GATOR CLASSIFIEDS- .




Univ. Extension 2832, SEWING MACHINE 1964 Automatic Air-conditioned efficiency apart- NEW AIR CONDITIONED furnished SPARE TIME. You can earn $40a

Zlg-Zag. Must sell. Like new, ments. Suitable for 2-3 people, apts. Bedroom and bath on week commission by showingthe
Room 14 Fla.
or Union zig-zag. Sews on buttons, makes $70 per month. 1829 N. W. 2nd balcony.. Kitchen dinette, and living Vlviane Woodard Beauty Pro-

button holes. Does fancy stitching. Ave. Suitable for 3-4 people $100 room on main floor. Color- gram. Call Johnny Turner 376-

I For SaleLAW I Only $6.00 per mo. Small balance, per month. 1518 N. W. 4th Ave. ful full size appliances, washing 1480.9-5. (E-120-15t-c).
Call FR 2-2051. (-120-5t-p). Tenants pay electric only. Also machines in each apartment. Walkto

available for fall trimester. Call University. Shown by resident
LIBRARY. Florida Statues, For sale 21 ft. refrigerator- evenings 6-4353. (B-114-tf-c). manager. Apt. No. I., Campus l Real EstateBUY I

American Jurisprudence, Federal freezer combination (commercialsize Apts. 402 N W. 18th St. FR 2- .
Penal Code and others. $150 a ). 4 yrs..old. Top condition. 2 Bedroom, air conditioned fur- 3357. (B-119-10t-c).
set or$500 for complete LIBRARY. $225. 372-7991. (A-120-lt-c). nished apt. For 2 or 3 students. A DUPLEX -- WHY PAY

Library cost approximately $6000 $65 for 2 -- $75 for 3. For RENT? Live in one side and

new. Call 6-8115 or 2-6748 nights. FOR SALE -- Harmony, barltonuke appointment call 2-0481. (B-116- Cool two-room suite downtown. lease the other side for enough to

(A-119-5t-c). with case and 2 new sets of 5t-c). Private entrance,kitchen privileges make the mortage payments. If

strings Call 2-2597 or 2-2598. Large, comfortable front corner- for one or two men students. you buy at the right price and in

Motorcycle, Harley Hummer, 125- Ask for Robin Lewis. (A-119-3t-c). room. Located downtown. Arranged $130 for one, $160 for two covers the right location -- you have a

cc, good condition, $110, Owner for 2 male students. Kitchen entire summer trimester. Call GOOD INVESTMENT as well as
graduating, Call Ray FR 6-4734. HONDA EATER-YAMAHA Y-DS and other privileges. 6-4592. Jeff TODAY ONLY. 2-2880. (B- a place to live. Why not call me

(A-119-3t-p). 2 Motorcycle, 250cc, 5 speed, (B-104-tf-c). 120-lt-p). and I'll give you a list to compare
tach and speedometer racing seat, and choose from. Wayne Masonco

SUMMERTIME Action, fun, ex- John Stiles 372-9138. (A-115-5t-c). New Ranch Home. 2 bedroom, Arnold Realty Co., 1219 W.
citement. 1957 TRIUMPH motor- living room and dining area, tile I Car Rental I Univ. 372-3522. (I-119-5t-c).

cycle, 650CC. 210 N. W. 15th NEW HOMES IN PINE FOREST. bath and garage. 2 rooms air-
Ter. 6-0104. Take Granny for A few ready for Immediate occu- conditioned. For Information write
a ride. (A-119-lt-c). pancy. Gainesville's fastest grow- Box 185 Flagler Beach. Call 439- ECONO-CAR No additional chargeto
drop-off car in downtown Jack- 1 Autos I
ing new home community. VA, 2123. The Ranch is located southon
FOR SALE, -- UGLY FACE SALE: sonville or at our office adjacentto
FHA financing. Hugh Edwards 441, turn right ( West
This week only at the Campus go on 121)) Imeson Airport. FR 6-3644 or
Inc., N. E. 16th Ave. and 15th St. The J. W. Robinson Ranch Is the
Shop & Bookstore Browse Shop, In Jacksonville 353-7419. (N-119-
2-1551. (A-70-tf-c). second house on Rt. 346A. (B- 63 Galaxie hard top. Air condi-
half-priced at 50$ each. Each ).
118-4t-p). tioned, heater, radio, windshield
black and pale blue of
photograph 25 H. P. electric starting, out roc washers. $2695. Good financing.Call .
Don Addis' ugly face comes com-
plete with 120 cartoons on the inside board motor. 16' gator trailer. Male student single or double WantedFemale I owner after 5:00 weekdays
Remote control, andsterrlng wheel rooms share bath and entrance. 2-7658. (G-120-3t-c).
"Cartoons Don
pages. by
$225 Call FR 2-0976 after 7 p.m. 3 blocks from campus. $28 per
Addis. Take a home this
copy (A-114-3t-c). month each. Weekly maid ser- wanted to share apartment MUST SELL -- 58 Volkswagon -
weekend. (A-120-It-p).
vice. Cheaper on a trimester during summer trimester with good condition. Blue,heater,seat-

MILL ENDS -- HENDERSON'SMILL 1958 Triumph 350 twin, $260.Good basis. For appointment Call girl, now student, will be working. belts, seat covers, rear seat platform -
STORE, U. S. Hwy. 19 Cry- mechanical condition. Call 372- 2-0481. (B-118-3t-c). Call 4-6 p.m. 2-6381 Carol, Room excellent mechanical con- '
stal River, Fla. -- Only 1 hour 2441. (A-118-3t-c). 1408. (C-118-3t-p). dition. $600. Call 6-1151. (G-
15 min from Univ. Literally TONS FURNISHED APARTMENTS FOR 120-5t-c).
OF TOWELS AND MILES OF FA- RENT: Two bedroom furnished WANTED 1950-54 FORDS and

BRICS. See the lovely colors avail- I For RentSuite I student apartments. Right near CHEVROLETS. Al Herndon's 1958 Volkswagon, new paint, new
able for your home. IRREGULARSOF campus. Will accomodate up to Service Station. Located 916 S. E. tires and muffler. 1963 Ford Gal-

FINE QUALITIES. Many first four students comfortably. Special 4th Street. (C-83-tf-c). axle 500. Call 372-7658 after
of 2 rooms -furnished, includes -
rates. Call Mrs. Jones
summer
quality Items also. Our ,
carpet 5:00 p.m. (G-120-3t-c).
utilities. QUIET. Suitable Ride wanted to Mexican border
ends are beautiful and about three- FR 6-5636. So near campus you ,
for 1 or 2 persons. This includes or to Mexico City. All your expenses -
fourths off. The finest bedspreads need no car. (B-120-tf-c).
study and sleeping room. Located about
paid. Leaving on or
one-third otto Tel. 795-3399. (A- 1958 Oldsmobile convertible. Excellent
67-tf-c). near campus and town. (B- Clean, newly finished apts. $70 April 20. Contact: R. M. DorseyExt. condition. Must sell. -

119-tt-c). and $80. Utilities except gas and 2832. (C-120-tf-c). Call Butch Wooten 2r9260.$650.(G-

3 bedroom, 2 bath brick home. fuel oil|Included. Kitchen equipped.Call 118-3t-c).
AU new appliances. Walking dis- Cooperative living organization owner 2-7658. (B-120-5t-c).

tance to University and elementary accepting applications for summer One bedroom apt. $60.00 per I Lost & FoundLOST I 1954 Chevrolet. Good condition.

school. Furnished or unfurnished. students -- ROOM AND BOARD month. 225 S. W. 3rd Ave. Call Dependable transportation. Call

2-3357. (A-120-5t-c). $52/month. Good study environ- FR 2-3754 or 2-1823 from 6:00 2-3748. (G-118-3t-p).
ment. Phone FR 2-9616 Immedi- to 9:00 p.m. (B-120-tf-c). -- Silver I. D. bracelet with

Auto luggage carrier-Canvas on ately. (B-115-5t-c). name Margaret. Lost a week ago 1958 Volkswagon with sunroof,

steel frame. Large size. $10. DELIGHTFUL SUITE OF ROOMS Sunday between Jennings and the radio, heater, whitewall tires,
Attractive large room In quiet with twin beds Library. Please bring to Room 12
Call 372-7991. (A-120-It-c). and study. For $500. Call FR 2-7907 during noon
modern home. Ideal for student student Florida Union. (L-U8-2t-p).
quiet across from cam- hour week
any day. G-116-5t-c
who needs a desirable place to ( ).
pus. Available May 1st. 321 S. W.
Ntu y. FR 2-7883. (B-111-tf-c). 13th St. (B-120-lt-c). LOST -- Alpha Tau Omega Pin, 1960 Grey VW sedan. Good con-
white gold, sapphire and pearls.
"tearthe dition. Heater, seatbelts, radio,
Between A TO House and Colonial
GAINESVILLE GETS CLEAN CAB SERVICEWALDO and passenger reclining seat.$950or
Manor. Tom Lawton 2-9427. (L-
reasonable offer. Before noon
'
118-2t-p)
I.BO PER PASSENGER or after 6:30 call H. L. Sauers

PACKAGES DELIVERED AIRPORT SERVICE FR 6-3211 Ext. 5577. (G-115-5t-p).

waJls"Univ. SPECIAL OUT OP TOWN RATES I
( Help Wanted I

GAINESVILLE DIAMOND CAB

Auditorium Waiter wanted for evenings only.

March 23 CALL 372-3376 Apply In person Larry's Wonder- LAST 2 TIMES
house Restaurant. 14 S. W. 1st St.
SI9 S. W. 4TH AVE., GAINESVILLE. FLA. Behind Sears. (E-116-tf-c). open 6:30; show at 7

from Bus Station See both late as 8:55
across Greyhound
Waiter ..
wanted
Must be 21. Apply *first *
.HELD in person before 3 p.m. at run
Rosalo's Restaurant. 376-6335. Robert Mi tchum

: i i i i (E-120-tf-c). "MAN in the MIDDI.E"

L
THRU SATURDAY HEELS put on in minutes Mt2at8:55SandraDee"TAKEHER.SHE'SMINE1

245600900_ PAUL SOLES put on inlSmiiuitttMODERNSHi :

om -- *starts fri day1*
Tryon
Academ
ohn Huston NEWMANin Bob Hope
REPAIR SHOP ,
ohn Saxon Award love in danger ,' (across from t 1st national bonk "A GLOBAL AFFAIR"

Carol' Lynley Nominations in the flesh I 'J .,


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ThursdayMarch 19,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 9 '

livil Rights



Bill LosingWASHINGTON Connor Praises Ag.- Ed. FFA


By JOE ZIEGLER banquet was a former charter molds more character Into young Is written in moments.
(UPI) Sen. John Staff Writer member FFAer and UF graduatewho people, outside the home, than any Dean Brooker noted that since
ft Stennis, D-Miss.,claimed Wed- The UF's Collegiate Chapter, achieved the highest office in other teacher in the profession." 1959, enrollment In the College of
Esday that Senate support for the Future Farmers of America were FFA (the national FFA presidency) "One-half of what you learn Agriculture has Increased by 35
ministration's civil rights bill told Tuesday night that as teachersin and is now State Commissioner of today," said Conner, "may be per cent,while for the same period,
melting away. Civil rights vocational agriculture they havea Agriculture -- Doyle Conner. obsolete 10 years from now." He overall enrollment at the UF has
Rckers promptly challenged him greater opportunity to serve Conner, in his speech to the said that we are no longer livingin increased by 17 per cent. He said
m prove his claim by letting the mankind than any other field. group said, "a high school coach a period when history is writtenIn that many more agricultural
Ell come up for a vote. Speaker, at the chapter's annual and vocational agriculture teacher periods of years, but when it dents are needed, however.
But the talk droned on for the (.
nth day on the motion to call


B m R>"We the ourselves bill.are making," said a public Sen. Joseph shame Foresters Given .[I ALD Honors Frosh Women II I I

R Clark, D-Pa., ", beg, I plead -

nth my colleagues to let us stop Over $5,000Awards Alpha Lambda Delta (ALD), lived in the "City of Life" between -
r" freshman sorority for women with 1952 and 1957 when the Dean
I Stennis, his voice filling the outstanding scholastic achieve- was working for UNESCO (United
Riamber, said Negro demonstraons and scholarships total- Also scheduled are: Three J. ment, honored 50 initiates at a Nations Education Scientific and
marches and boycotts havelot Ing more than $5,000 will be pre- B. Adkins Memorial Awards, of banquet Tuesday night. Cultural Organization).
resulted in wide support forlie sented to outstanding forestry stu- $400 each, given during the second Members of ALD help with the He told the "female brain trust" ?
House-passed bill designed dents tonight at the 1964 Annual trimester of each year.A tutoring society on campus and that Charles de Gaulle was "a
p end discrimination in Jobs,edu- Forestry Club Banquet at the Holiday Rayonior Foundation Senior many become officers of dormi- fine representative of the French
lation, voting and public accom mo- Inn.Guest. Fellowship of $500 awarded to a tories and other campus organiza- people" and "a great man." Hol
ation. speaker for the affair, senior selected by the school fac- tions. linshead pictured de Gaule as a
I "As of now, I believe the proponents beginning at 7 p.m. will be Mar- ulty. Dr. Elanor Browne,retiring faculty "walking monument" of France.
are beat because they dolot cus G. Rawls, Southern Woodlands Ring Power Corporation advisor, was also honored.Dr. Awards went to two seniors who
have the votes to pass it," Manager of the St. Regis Paper scholarship of $375 annually to Browne was the first advisor of have maintained superior averages
(tennis said. "They have already Company.The continue for two years or until ALD, assuming that position in during college. With her 3.9,
lit the high tide of their votes. St. Regis Company will the recipient completes his degree. 1950. A "pioneer" in education, Mary Frances Turner, an anthro-
hiey hit it when the debate started.he award two scholarships of $1600 Three honorary token awards the energetic professor was the pology major, received the Leon-
flow 0 f the tide is going each, or $400 for four trimesters. will also be presented.The second woman to join the UF fac ard award for highest over-all
Lgainst them." banquet will be an Informal ulty. She was also credited as grades. Dorothy Howse, seniorin
buffet supper followed by the having started the first UF Intern political science, was recog-
!GATOR CLASSIFIED awards program and dancing. It program for secondary education.Dr. nized for her 3.6 -- she was one
is sponsored annually by the UF Tommy Ruth Waldo, assis- of six girls with this honor.
Forestry Club, this year under the tant professor of English, assumedDr. Assistant Dean of Women
EUROPEAN JOBS -- TRAVEL leadership of Laban C. Chappell, Browne's position. Dr. Waldo Majorie Jackson planned the ban-
Autos I GRANTS for all students. Life- Jr. did her graduate work in Gaines- quet along with the 1963 officers:
guarding, office work, etc. For ville. Barbara Thorne, president; Linda
prospectus, application send $1; September Set Dean and Mrs. Lester L. Hale, Roche, vice president; Louise
1961 Sprite. Excellent mechanically. Dept. C., ASIS, 22 Avenue de la and Dean and Mrs. Bryon S. Hol- Weadock, secretary, and Nancy
Chassis clean, tonneau cover, Liberte, Luxembourg City, Grand linshead were guests at the dinner. Stablein, treasurer. Mrs.J.Wayne
side windows and good top. Cleancar Duchy of Luxembourg. (M-113- For Fiji MoveA Dr. Holllnshead gave a talk on Reitz arranged the flowers con
reasonal'le price. Call Wisser 18t-p). Paris illustrated with some 70 tributions from the president's
6-3211 ext 5629 after 5 p.m. and or modernly designed, two story slides. He and Mrs. Hollinshead greenhouse.
(weekends 2-6295. (G-113-tf-c). TYPING done on electric IBM. structure will mark the new$200-
Reasonable rates. Fast service 000 Phi Delta House on FraternityRow.
Students Below 2.
MONEY I IN A HURRY I Call FR 2-5160. (M-118-3t-c). .
According to the fraternity
Your ad here will work President, Jim Crabtree,the house
wonders. Call Ext. 2332! Appliances repaired, small and will sleep 46 men, and should be
large. Charlie's Fix-it Shop, In completed by the first week In Face $ $ Problems
rear of Gator Groomer Laundry. September.The .
1618 N. W. 1st Ave. Joining Uni-
Services I new house will Include a Blown, but unbowed,UF's money are told. This is nothing different
versity post office. 2-7233 or 6-
living room, a dining room, a tree Is still standing, but only or more drastic than past policy
9346. M-106-tf-c .
)
(
recreation room and a chapter students with a 2.0 average may "Students aren't forgotten. Any
CHILD CARE Permanent jasls. room in the basement, he added. pick the fruit. student who has not made their
tome with large backyar $10 Babysitting .40 hour -- (anytime). Crabtree said the house will be Student complaints about grades has the right to appeal.
week. Call 372-6950. 3026 N. W. Ironing $2.50 basket. Call 2-7601, constructed primarily of reinforced scholarships and loans being can- Exceptions are sometimes made,
|13th st. (M-117-5t-p). 120 N. W. 9th St. (M-89-5t-c). concrete. celled for earning less than a 2.0 and students don't lose their loansor
The new house will be situatedon are Illogical, Dean of Student Affairs scholarships.
a lot between the present Sigma Lester L. Hale said yester- Assistant to the Dean of Student
Phi Epsilon house and the partially Affairs Mac G. Grigsby agreed.
constructed Sigma Chi house. day."This is no new policy," Hale lie said that a 2.0 averageis
Bids for construction of the new said. "To be a good risk, student generally required for any form
house will be opened Friday, must make average grades. stu- assistance.
Light and Crabtree added. dents should be aware of this. They "Students are here for an edu-
cation," Grigsby said. "I can't
t
Right. ... understand students being shockedat

new \.' o ouR BEEF STeW /is VERY refused losing loans scholarships when they don't or being make

: their grades. think most students
styling -si" UJlTH; TilE CoI.I.ECRm4YD would be shocked if we worked it
in any other way."
Grigsby said that students who
easy-wear 1 have Just barely missed the grade
short point average and have "ex-
sleeved tenuating circumstances" such as
'r having to work long hours or
knits.
serloud Illness will "probably be

2 forgiven." These students, if they
appeal, have a chance to retain
their loans.
"Caution is exercised in making
loans," Hale said. "Lots of times
grades don't Indicate the true pic-
V v ture, but unless the student comesIn
to talk to us, there isn't muchwe
can do."

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Guadalajara, Mexico _.

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8 art, folklore, geography
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1227 West University 706 West University Avenue $265. Write Prof. |Juan B. Rael,
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Page 10 The Florida Alligator ThursdayMarch 19, 1964





Campus News Briefs

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UF HootenannyThe Art ExhibitAn can pick up Information and works of Bach, Franck and
materials from Room 211 of Krenek In the Sunday after-
t'wo ABC Network "Hoote- exhibition of
sculptureIn the Florida Union this week. noon recital.
nanny" programs in which UF. cast aluminum, and paintingsand
participated will be aired by teleVision drawings by Ronald Bandy Critic To SpeakMrs. Deans Conference-
station WUFT, Channel !5 S,. Is on display through April 3 Sybil Maholy-Nagy, UF Dean'of Women;Mama
tomorrow and next Thursday at. in the University of Florida Department architectural critic and author V. Brady, left for the West 'N.
9s30 p.m. of Art in Gallery X. of two books on archi- Coast this week to attend ,,
The first program features the Bandy is candidate for the tecture, will speak on the UF conferences in Portland, ,
Bongs and talents of Johnny Cash, degree of Master of Fine Artsat campus Thursday, March 26 Oregon and San Francisco.She .
Leon Bibb, the Johnson Family the University. lie holds at 8:15 p.m.in McCarty Audi will participate in the
Singers, the Coventry Singers and the B.F.A. degree from Ohio torium. National Association of Wo-
.program host Jack Linkletter. University.The The lecture will concern men Deans and Counselors
Next wee k'a hour-long entertainment current exhibition is pre- the "Indivisibility of De- Conference in Portland and
Includes Jimmie Rodgers sented as part of the require- sign." will travel from there toSan

Hoyt Axton, Joan Meyers, ments for the M.F.A. Peruvian Francisco to attend the
the Tarrlers, Bob Gibson, and The exhibit will open to the ClubThe American Personnel and
;Josh. White, Jr., and his sister public Monday through Friday, newly formed Peru- Guidance Association Con-
Beverly. from 9-12 p.m. and 2-5 p.m. vian Club will celebrate its ference March 22-26. ':
The ABC company visited the official beginning Saturday, Dean Brady will return to
!Campus in January and filmed the EntomologistsThe the first day of the Club'snew Gainesville March 27.

two. programs. year. SeminarThere
Newlell Entomological
-
Recently elected officersare
Newman Club Society will present Dr. : Aziz Shiralipour, will be an all-day
J. L. Nation tonight to speakon seminar on the electron microscope
President; Dr. Hallb Na-
Newman Club has elected "Study of Purine Excre- on the UF campus
thane, Vice President and
officers for next Fall. They tion in Insects." Friday for UF Scientists.The .
Dr. David Anthony Assoc.
,
are Mike Connor, president; Dr. Nation Is a member of meeting will be in the
Professor of botany, faculty
t Paul Zorovich, executive vice the UF department of Bi- advisor. Medical Sciences Building
president; Glnl Nardi, Internal ology. He will speak in auditorium from 9 a.m. to
?%, vice-president; Judy Chavez, Room 343, Dan McCarty Hall Humanities ClubThe 3:30 p.m., then will move
at 7:30 p.m.Florida. humanities club pro- to the various electron ml-
(treasurer; Florence Mickler, gram this (Walker Auditor- croscope laboratories at the
E secretary; and Dave Nemetz, Union ium: 2:30 and 7:00 Friday, University.Dr. .
;K' sergeant-at-arms. Florida Union events of the and 4:00 Sunday afternoon) Sanford Palay, pro- '
k The club will make a pilgri- week include a Polynesian will include color films on fessor of anatomy at Har-
mage to St. Augustine this Supper tonight at 6 p.m. in Brasilia, the new capital of vard Medical School, will x
Saturday, March 21. The last the Florida Union Social Brazil; and a concert inBer- join members of the UF
meeting of the trimester Is Room. lin by Leonard Bernstein and faculty in presenting the results -
scheduled for April 5. of electron microscope
"Hiroshima -- Mon the New York Philharmonic
Amour" will be shown at 7 Orchestra. investigations.

UF Catalogs and 9 p.m. Friday in the Organ ConcertA Powers Speaks
Florida Union Aud. and at 7

Arrival] of 40,000 new UF and 9 Saturday in the Uni- Palm Sunday organ con- UP Prof. Leonard S.
Y undergraduate catalogs is versity Aud."Raintree. cert has been set for the UF Powers of the College of
expected to begin at Tigert County" willbe campus beginning at 3 p.m. Law will lecture to the
Hall within the next two .I.f: shown at 7 p.m. Sunday in in the University Auditor- College of Medicine on"The
weeks. the Florida Union Aud. Conflict Between Law and
ium.Nancy
Call, a graduate Medicine" Friday, Mar. 27
The cover will be blue In Freshmen CouncilMembers student in Latin American at 5 p.m. at the second floor ;
k order to distinguish it from of the Freshman Studies at the UF and a semiprofessional audtlorlum in'the J. Hillis"
; the current year's orange Council who want to help with organist, will Miller Health Center. :
'R cover. World University Service include selections from the The public Is invited.
J.b. M,1.t. ,_,_ .L, ,_ ,-- _._-- -, a.
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Job Placement I Wallace/ Moral/ Evil'OSHKOSH


Wis. (UPI) A Pius XI."
Service OpensStudents Roman Catholic archdiocess Wed- The segregationist governor,
nesday threw a "moral evil" bidding for votes in a state estimated -
desiring information on charge at Alabama Gov. George to be about 40 per cent
Jobs for careers, summer em- Wallace, campaigning In the Wis- Catholic, invited a face-to-face
ployment, or part-time work on consin presidential primary, and meeting with priests and suggestedthat As refreshing
\ c
campus, may obtain information said he is "known for promotingthat Catholics should make up as long cool drink
from the Student Body Placement type of racism which has been their own minds whether to supporthim
,
Service, according to Bob specifically condemned by Pope at the polls. f;

DeLoach, secretary of labor. OUR UNIVERSITY MODEL
The new placement service officially TRADITIONAL POPLIN

opened Monday and is opento for sports gracing cars .choose FABRIC OF 65% DACRON
students from 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 & 35% COTTON

p.m. weekdays. '
"My main desire Is to furnish
c a valuable service to students desiring IR ELL I : .1 SlACKSTrim
I employment by having Information &
concerning all phasesof ; now available atTIRE
employment available at all z ,
times," DeLoach said. .
The placement service offers Dunlop fi :. : CITY slim and handsome the
primarily summer Jobs at the : quality is there because they're
t present time, along with infor- tailored by Hubbard. Eight new
mation as to where to Inquire spring colors and only 9.95
about other Jobs.

DeLoach said he is workine with BRAKE & FRONT END SERVICE New Arrivals I Dacron-Wool trop
Maurice E. Mayberry, university ical slacks. Traditional model.
placement director, and Arnold 12.95Sivemwa

Wirtala, assistant dean of men, Alignment to Students 6.00 i
trying to coordinate all phases
L of student employment.The Special Prices on Front End Repairs '
H. ,;.' ,
placement service does not

provide screening for employers,
t but furnishes Information from

: both sides. and arranges for interviews TIRE CITY

t Some new projects undertakenby o
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DeLoach Include a map with -I--
colored pins, so a student desiring
13th Street Phone 372-5030
405 N.W.
... a Job in a specific geographical
.: area can tell by the pin it the
type Job he wants Is available in

that area. Terms Available. ,
A listing of Jobs for Christmas Budget l PATRONIZE GATOR ADVERTISERS
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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

1964 SEVEN GAME BASEBALL STATISTICS



Working On His Doctors SEC Overall Record Record: : 2-0 5-2



Name AB H R 2B 3B HR SB RBI BA

(Editor's Note: Saturday night Pancoast will be fulfilling a long- filled his service obligations, and Bill Blomgren 28 11 7 2 0 0 0 8 .383

[you won't be able to tell the coaches time wish, that of coaching at the returned to Tampa to coach at Jim Elliott 29 9 2 0 0 0 2 2 .310

without a scorecard. The Gators UF. He turned down several offers Hillsborough High School.In Dave Porter 24 6 1 2 1 0 1 2 .250

have three new coaches. This is earlier in his career to go other 1959 Pancoast moved up the Jim Duncan 24 6 5 0 0 0 3 2 .250

[the first in a series of three places in favor of waiting on an coaching ladder to become aback- Tom Shannon: 25 6 6 2 0 0 I 3 .240

articles which will Introduce the opportunity to come here. field coach at his old alma mater, Earl Montgomery 26 6 4 0 0 0 2 3 .231

new coaches to the students.) He feels this year's end corpsis Tampa. He remained at this post Ron Creese 25 5 4 0 0 0 3 0 .200

coming along well. All but one for two years before being ele- Randy Morcroft 29 2 1 1 (U 0 0 4 .070

By Jim Pipkin of the team's ends are juniors. vated to the position of head coach,

Among the returners PIT C1tING
Sports Writer"I are Barry :
where he served for the two
Brown, Lynn Mathews, Charles past
to Name ST RE W L IP ER 11 SO BB ERA
guess you might say that I'm Casey, Gary Thomas, and Randy years before coming Florida.
' Jim Blggart 20006 1 6 2 4 1.50
working on my doctor's degree in Jackson. Pancoast tabs Jackson as attributes much of his
Pancoast Danny Eggart 1 320 10 5 9 3 5 4.50
This is the most in
the coaching profession. improved spring prac- and
end coach Fred tice. coaching experience insight Charlie Anderson 1 2 1 1 92/3 3 7 9 4 2.70
how new varisty the face that he
into the game to
Dan Griffin 11 1012 01830.00
his football Pancoast '
Pancoast describes graduated from Pensa-
has coached on three levels high It. Adrian Zabala 1 200 10 3 5 6 4 2.70
coaching progression from high cola High School and went from ... ..
school to college level. there to star at the University of r Don Pendley 1 2 1 1 91/3 2 5 6 3 1.99

The new Gator aide Is a native Tampa as a quarterback In 1951 1 Richard Phalines 030061/3. 2434 2.99

Floridian who lists his home townas and 1952. After graduating from l = 1\,:;..', :&\' ", {3? ''': '':" ,; ,

Pensacola. He's done all his Tampa in '53 at the relatively

coaching and playing in the Sun- young age of 20, he earned All-

shine State except for a four year Service honors while calling sig-

hitch in the service.As nals for the rugged Paris Island Ga.Bulldogs Drop

a Gator varsity end coach Marine Corps gridders. He fultaster -


Gator Netters 72The




i
Gator tennis team droppedits won his match from Henry Fieldof

third match In a row as the Georgia, 7-5, 6-2.

Bulldogs from Georgia took seven However, Steve Gardner was the

out of the nine matches played only other Gator to match Tym's
1
I yj between the two teams Wednesday.This winning performance. Gardner

puts the Gators overall beat Bulldog, Jim Causey, 6-2,
record at four wins and three 4-6, 6-3.

losses. They have yet to win a The other four Gator singles

0 match against Southeastern Con- players and the three doubles team

PANCOASTschool ference (SEC) competition. They lost their matches.In .

dropped a previous match to SEC an exhibition match, Rick

champ Tulane, 8-1. Chase of Florida beat Georgia's

small college, and big col- Things started out fine for the Hugh Bailey 5-7,6-4,6-0.

lege. Each Instance presented him Gators as team captain Bill Tym The varsity returns home fora

with different situations and prob- Friday tilt with the Midshipmenfrom

MKhet lems, and he said the sum total the Naval Academy.

of these experiences has added Blomgren Tops Saturday they take on the same

much to his coaching knowledge. Georgia team on the ,UF varsity


en' In high school coaching, le said Gator Hitting courts.Other results wereChuck Harris ..It
C acc eh
the coach comes In close contact (G) beat Dave Bonner (UF)
+
e the Goodies
% 10-8, 6-1; Carlton Fuller (G) beat
with the young athletes and has to
atfranklin's Bill Blomgren, sophomore from PfelfferUF 6-2 6-4
Jerry
) ;Doug-
really work to bring out and develop -
Ft. Lauderdale, leads Florida In lass Russell (G) beat Don LosmanUF
their various abilities. This
1 1own a experience helps the coach in recruiting batting with a .393 mark, initial ( ) 6-2, 6-0; Alex Keller (G)

atte.9 a ]hd p when he goes Into the Gator statistics reveal. beat Dick Stone (UF) 6-4, 6-4;
Blomgren, the rightflelder on Doubles: Harrus and Fuller
college ranks for he knows to what
Coach Dave Fuller's club, is also (G) beat Tym and Pfeiffer (UF)
extent the high school will
401 W. University develop between his high boy school tops in runs scored (7), hits (11), 6-1, 6-2; Causey and Keller (G)

In Rear runs-batted in (8) and is tied for beat Gardner and Losman (UF)
Free Parking and college years.
the doubles lead with two. 6-0, 7-5; Field and Russel (G)

- The small college coach doesn't Jim Elliott, veteran from beat Bonner and Ron RebhuhnUF)

have the large staff that a major Tampa, Is next in line with a 10-8, 6-2.

school does and must do much of the .310 batting average. Tom
DO YOU DESERVEA2OthCENTUHY t
actual work himself with playersat Shannon, Miami baseball sopho-

,, all the positions. His team also more, is second in runs scored SoftballTakes
FOX
competes on many levels and this with six and tied for the lead In

involves adapting mentally to a doubles.

RECORDING! w different situation each week. For Florida, 5-2 overall and 2-0 Over

4T OF COURSE example, Tampa played another in the SEC, plays a crucial South-
CONTRACT?
small squad, Western Kentucky, eastern Conference series this Mural ActionSigma

........t.,'Snssss tI YOU D0, one week and faced the powerfulOle weekend against powerful Georgia.The .
Rebels the following of Coach Jim Whatleyare
Miss
\tt Bulldogs
./ .,,\\\ Nu dealt Phi Kappa Taua
h
"\\\\\\\ Enter t eht weekend. regarded as the team to beatin
'"'II" 4-2 defeat In the semifinalsof
} ;(;
,
; tI' Folk the SEC Eastern Division this
;''' Gretsch Although these different levels
'
""\' .!;:%\;;;J." t Orange League Softball. Lead-
""
'? Guitar Contest of coaching have their various dif- year. Ing the Sigma Nus with two hits
ferences and problems, Pancoast Friday's game time Is 3 p.m.,
and
a Stimulated by the number of were Will Warren Haygood
\::t:':: : talented, young people interested feels that it has been a rewarding with the Saturday afternoon single Clark. Bill Bartlett had two hits
in folk guitars The Gretsch game beginning at 2 o'clock.
r Guitar Company is sponsoring a con progression. for the losers, one of which was a

\ tta'sitis'' t",ls;;i s. + test making a professional career t homerun. Ron Crown was the win-
q available to the best amateur folk
'' ?tr,tsl. performer or group Fill out an official ning pitcher. .. ;
entry blank at your nearest Gretsch In other Orange League action
guitar dealer and mail it together with beat Sigma k
Sigma Alpha Epsilon I
,
itiirrt.t;,. ,{; your performance on tape or record of
's5sl;i t i: ,\', two minutes or more in duration. OR fillsit'Qtitstssstai..t I I II Phi Epsilon 8-3. Jim Baskerville ;
'' ;? and it as your the winners and 4
out the coupon below use had three hits for ,
.. : entry. BUT remember there is a special, I I II Orrin Gowen was the winning pitcher. -
'"'\1,11'11' \\ bonus prize for the winner using the officialentry
blank from your dealer. '

let Prlzci 20th Century-Fox Recording Con2nd Prize for folk group: Any Gretsch folk I I In independent league action Fla- ,;'
tract instruments up to $500 in value. vet III beat the Rockets 7-3. Jphn -,;'
2nd Prize for folk artist: Any Gretsch folk 72 Additional Prliesi 20th Century-Fox rec- i Delia and Al Whiting led the winners d..i
value ord album of your choice.
Instrument up to $200 in I
with two hits a piece.
Special Bonus Prizes for winning entries en official dealer entry blanks. .. I
-- -- - - - -- - beat Hillel 14-4. 'Dave
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FRET CI! noMiM by May JO 164 EVERY DAY
N'1IoI1 I Ii A SPECIAL I home runs each for the winners.

I -/rz').Guitar Cont.it I II II Walt Wadsworth was the winning :
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[ lind tape or record of my performance
all maiGratKh...al twomitied become '''. properly ol The Fred I softball yesterday. Kathie
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I came into the office the other day 1

pretty good. Dut one look at a note on my 7sX; a y ra.
People are always quick to criticize and
The note suggested that I "Check the
game before I printed it again as 5852."
It was signed "A DB Follower." 'I"'J'
Well, Mr. BB obviously took a final ; -
he left the gym. The Scoreboard read 5850.The

Scoreboard was unofficial.
It was also wrong. 1
Cocoa scored a basket close to the end i f sA s i qii

'..- board operator neglected to mark up the two
Some newspapers around the state printed
had a deadline to meet the next day
the final statistics. ',
The final statistics were official. :: "
The final score WAS 58-52. M td: % -
But that's OK, "BB Follower" we "
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make a mistake it's your turn to forgive us.
''t,,' :
Bryant Out '- '"
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One of the retired Florida football "' ;
Bryant asked his school (Alabama) to make : ,t:' '1.. ....
game the homecoming game.
The "Bear" was none too pleased with
to Florida. I had to interview the man after SERIES STARTED THE UF -'
time since I started writing I was actually
Dear Bryant Is quite an impressive figure.

e However, he was quite civil with the road in Southeastern Conference (SEC) play as they swept the two
Our tells
( source us, though, Bryant
next week. the left is Dick Phalines, Gator righthander who lasted for only two

'Bama Is out to really stomp Florida in before the Commodores touched him up for two runs. On the left
the UF goes to Tuscaloosa.
is shown banging out his only hit of the day against Vandy pitcher

All Star


Plans are in the making to'have an -
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the fraternity all-campus team and the
Of course, the boys In the dorms are all v
ties haven't beeir officially contacted yet.

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Florida's being the only schoolto studies, i ,
place three men on the 10manAll tutoring wr
SEC Academic basketball Holden t
team was no accident,In the opinion has
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of head coach Norm Sloan. In *; C
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( First trimester grades Indicate ;
No
r the Gator cagers are making the squad .. ;
highest marks ever turned In by
any Florida basketball team. average
and the
With Brooks Henderson, Mont
Gator
Highley and Lanny Sommese lead- career SEK: : :I:>>:EI C>>::P
% Ing the way with honor point
averages over 3.0 (out of a pos-
sible 4.0),Florida cagers averaged SEERSUCKERDalliance !
2.53 as a croup.Henderson .
Highley and Tom
all made the Academic All-
Baxley
h will be enhanced by a casually romantic -
Star team chosen in the South
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eastern Conference (SEC). For appearance, this establishment is con
Baxley, whose overall average is vinced. Young blades are recommended our
3.0, it was the second successiveyear &IF I seersucker wearables, therefore, in cool Sum-
he's been chosen to this I mer shades. Tailored handsomely, of course,
honor squad. to impress the lady with one's taste.
Highley, who will enter the University -
of Florida Medical School

next trimester, came to Florida \ L&L Men's Shop
from St. Gregorys Junior CollegeIn
t Oklahoma, where he produced a
'Ii
straight-A average and was vall- tug irug
.. dictorian of his class.
"We have an outstanding groupof 13 West University
boys who concentrate on their d I


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