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Vol.56, No.121 University of Florida, Gainesville FridayMarch 20, 1964 6!


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By DONITA MATHISONStaff apply to local services," he said. Students who wishto

Writer go home for services, must remember that the university -

; will be operating that day. This is a decision

which was made a year ago by the university senate."
;\.., UF President J. Wayne Reitz said yesterday the
The university senate is composed of the university
administration will encourage the faculty to give full
department heads, administration heads, and senior
consideration to students who wish to attend religious ;
faculty members."I .
services on Good Friday."I .
would hope that a student's excuse to cut classeson

don't know how large a per cent of students Friday would be fur religious purposes rather than

this will amount to, probably a relatively nominal a trip to Daytona or Fort Lauderdale: ," Reitz said. Because -

number," he said. of the stepped-up trimester schedule, the ad-

Reitz said that classes have already been approvedfor ministration had to schedule classes under the cir- ;

Good Friday of next year. cumstances."

i "A student's excuse to cut Friday's classes will Dr. Donald E. Williams, chapter secretary of the I

,- American Association of University -

Professors, (AAUP) said that ,

i Askins Elected Spring the matter concerning between class the administration policy on-


Good Friday had not been broughtto

the Association's attention."It .

JIM MILES, CADET CAPTAIN Editor Lundy RepeatsCurrent has been a neutral Issue

with from Hall
no pressure Tigert
.in Air Force R.O.T.C. casts ballot in Arnold or from the professors said.
assistant managing editor John Askins, 4JM, was elected
Air Society elections on campus: yesterc'ay. Byron S. Holllnshead, dean of
summer editor of The Alligator last night by the Board of Student
the university college, said no
Publications.The .
pressure had been received from
board also re-elected current Editor Walker Lundy, 4JM, to
the administration concerningGood
Reunion WillHonorGrads the editorship next fall when The Alligator resumes dally publicationand Friday.

Joel Gaston, 3JM, to the managing editorship for next fall. Lundy
"A policy committee of the university -
did not run for summer editor.
college meets every Wed-
Askins was running against Orange Peel editor Stan Huguenin, 3AS,
nesday and we plan to just follow
for the summer editor's post and
the calendar for classes scheduledthat
Lundy was unopposed.
day," he said.
Gaston won over Ann Carter,
General leniency tends to mark
Twelve UF graduates of the class of 1914 will be among the several 3JM, and John Hancock, lUC, for ,
"" the views of a general random
hundred alumni attending the Annual Alumni Reunion here Saturday.The the managing editor's position. A P,.
sampling of university professors.
twelve, all men, who graduated fifty years ago, will be honoredat summer managing editor was not
Prof. A. A. Murphree aSsociate -
a "stag" breakfast at 730 a.m. in the Walnut room of the student selected. ,
professor of Englsih said
service center, according to Alvin V. Alsobrook, assistant director of "I'm really happy with the election ,
he felt that UF students were
alumni affairs.A ," Askins said. "I hope to
honorable and would use their
last-minute change in plans has moved the Class Reunion Banquet make this summer's Alligator the
judgement accordingly concerningthe
scheduled for 5:30 p.m. from the Florida Gym to Bryan Lounge and the best summer 'Gator yet."
attendance of classes.
social room of the Florida Union, Askins also encouraged any stu-
Leonldas Roberts, C-2 Instructor -
Alsobrook said. Jtl. &. JfeC. dents who want to work on the
said that a verbal excuse from
At the banquet presided over by paper this summer to contact him
his students would be sufficientfor
Congressman D. R. "Billy" Math- In The Alligator office In the base

ews, members of the classes of Aid To BeUnveiled ment of the Florida Union. cutting class on Friday.No .
double
professors are giving
1914, 1919, 1924, 1929, 1934, and Lundy said he was also con-
cuts for failure to attend
a parti-
1939 will be honored. sidering applications for Alligator
cular class.
Earlier Saturday, University positions for next fall now. '
The Rev. Fred Laughon pastorof
President J. Wayne Reitz will address All three students who were ,
the First Baptist Church and
,
the Annual Alumni Assemblyat Unveiling of a new scholarship elected to posts have worked pro-
president of the Gainesville Min-
9:30 a.m. in the Florida Union program offering financial aid to fessionally for state newspapers. J
isterial Association, said he believed -
Auditorium.The incoming, freshman at the UF is Askins has worked for the Bra-
students could adjust them-
former grads will also con- one of the many projects to be denton Herald, Lundy for The --
selves to the schedule on Good
sider annual business, progress presented by the Executive Coun- Tampa Tribune, and Gaston for

reports and the naming of a presi sil of the UF alumni Associationat The Pensacola News Journal. ASKI NS (See FRIDAY, Pg .5))

dent-elect at the assembly. the association's annual
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Nelson Harris df.16Y 4. "' 'W'--'" [- !: ., ilib.l.w
Attorneys Jack- assembly Saturday morning.The .:Wij; : u /? ,? "W Y,I" "! ,''li.r-A, ', :k
sonville, and Maxwell Wells, Jr., l-i:,' :&> .t.t;.:< .ft.t:
Orlando, have been nominated for amount of funds Involved in

the office. the scholarships is a "significant r Solons Get Aid Billstration l 'I

William R. Conway, Daytona amount" according to Alvin V. I'

Beach, will take the heir at Sat- Alsobrook, assistant director of

urday's session of the assembly to alumni affairs.

serve as Alumni Association WASHINGTON (UPI) -- President Johnson sent leaders hailed the President's presentation -

President for the year 1964-65. "Until plans are approved Satur- Congress yesterday the smallest foreign aid request of his program and warned against any

lie succeeds out-going President day, we won't be able to announcethe in the history of the program.Aid tendency to "go overboard" on new curbs.

James Y. Wilson of Lake City. amount," he said. opponents promptly set ,out to cut it still House Democratic Leader Carl Albert, Okla.,

The alumnus to be named presi deeper and administration backers opened an said he looked for specific actions in the coming

dent-elect will head the group in uphill fight against them. months to carry out the President's announced
Members of the Alumni Association's
the year 196566. The President requested $3.4 billion in aid plan to shift more of the burden of free world
Executive Council including' -
Awards to alumni whose service funds for the fiscal year starting July 1 and defense from U. S. aid to self-help. i

standing will also be made &t the the association president, dis- promised the money would be spent where it would Speaker John W. McCormack, Mass., said the

meeting. trict vice-presidents, president produce the best results. For example, he President's request had been held to a minimum.In .
elect and 38 club
officers across promised that two-thirds of the military aid wouldgo the Senate, Democratic Whip Hubert II.Hum

the state will meet today at 3:30 to nations adjacent to Russia or Red China. phrey, Minn., said Johnson's message gave clear ;

p.m. in Johnson Lounge of the His request was $1.1 billion less than the pro- Indication that improvements were being, madein

Winn Edges In Florida Union to discuss goals for gram sought by the late President Kennedy a the aid program. lie said Congress could \
the 1964-65 .
year.Discussion year ago. Congress granted Kennedy- and should support the Johnson figure.

Johnson administration $3 billion after the most Fully aware of how unpopular the foreign aid '

By 46 VotesMayor at the meeting will bitter aid fight in years. Johnson now is asking program has become In the Senate and the House, !

center around plans to raise only $400 million above that figure. Johnson told Congress that "the over-all request j

$200,000 for alumni activities this Even so, the President's request brought pre- represents a great deal of money -- but It Is ,

Byron Winn has been re- year from 10,000 alumni. dicitioM of new cuts from such critics of the an amount which we. should,in all produce,provide !

elected to office by a final marginof Century Club' contributors to aid program as Rep. Otto Passman, D-La., and to serve essential United States Interests and

46 votes. the alumni fund hope to raise Sen. Wayne Morse D-Ore. Morse called for a commitments throughout the world."

Tabulation of 172 absentee bal- their membership this year from 25 per cent reduction, plus "drastic policy re- He added that"more than one-million Americanmen j

lots gave Winn his final total of 250 to 500 alumni-all pledged to forms." In uniform are now stationed outside the j

4,436 against the 4,390 of his opponent give $100 a year to the alumni Passman, who annually engineers sizable United States. As Insurance to avoid Involving ] 1

Dr. Edwin Andrews. fund.. said Alsobrook. cuts In aid appropriations, forecast a substantial them and the nation In a major conflict, we

Following the close of Tues- Proposals of the Executive reduction again this year. propose to spend through aid programs less than j

day's balloting for two city commissioners Council will be presented to the In an attempt to head off such efforts, admlni- "4 cents out of each ten dollars."

Winn led Andrews by annual alumni assembly' at 9:30

72 votes. Saturday morning for approval.



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2 The Florida Alligator FridayMarch 20,1964 :




Military Banquet I Campus News Briefs




And Ball Saturday Monday at 7:30p.m.in Room go may register after paying
Officers ElectedPhi
357, Tigert Hall, the six final 5iO cents before 5 p.m. today.

The largest dance of the winter More than 700 cadets, coed ists will compete for the win- Due to limited seats available,

trimester, the Military Ball, will auxiliary group members, and Alpha Delta legal fra- ning trophy. Judges from the priority will be given on nrst

be held Saturday in the Student military instructors will enjoy a ternity announced the select- Speech Department will hear come first serve basis.Mem-

I Service Center, John J. Phifer, banquet and dance, with the announcement ion of officers for the summer the speeches on various cam- bers going on the trip should
trimester and initiated their will report at 6:45 a.m. at the
publicity chairman of Military Ball of the Military Ball pus problems. Trophies International -
has announced. the plans for the bi-annual P.A.D. be awarded to the division Center.Persian .
k r ......".< ....... Queen events. highlighting evenings Freshman Revj"'. finalists, as well as to the win-

This is the first year the Army ner of the finals. The contestsi ClubThe

and Air Force have had co-ed This review, of Law, is designed sponsored by Tau Kappa

auxilliary groups, with over forty to acquaint freshman Aloha.
newly formed Persian
girls in the Air Forces Angel students with final examina-
Club will celebrate its offi-
Flight, and twenty-five girls in tion procedures at the law Last Day
cial beginning Saturday nightat
the Army's Sponsors.The school. Selected law students
7:30 with a new year's
,' fr Military Ball is sponsoredby will present an instructional
party at the Faculty Woman's
t Today is the last day to
the advanced officers club, program to the freshman.
composed to all Air Force and apply for' he chairmanshipof Club.
Union's Ga- Recently elected officersare
the Florida
Army advanced cadets. The Ball Newly elected officers Include -
tor Gras Committee. Appli- : AzizShiralipour,president -
is closed to lower classmen in : Lou Feinberg, Presi-
; Dr. HalibNathane, vice
cants should contact Mrs.
the ROTC program. dent; John Caven, Vice Presi-
Satin in Room 315 of the Fla. president; Fridoun Hashemi,
Col. Coy L. Curtis, a veteranof dent; Ted Babbitt, Secretary;
clerk Dr. David
; Anthony,
WW II and Korea, will be the John Alley, Treasurer; and Union.
of
assoc. professor botany,
speaker at the banquet at 6:30. Bob Carroll, Rush Chairman.
faculty advisor.Language.
Curtis, a department corps com-
mander of the Fourth U. S. Army Rawlings SocialThere

Corps, is a recipient of the Silver Winners NamedTwo ReviewForeign

Star and Bronze Star. He will will be a social in

lead off the grand march of the / the Rawlings Recreation Language review

& U --> ball with the new queen who will winners have been selected Room Friday night from 8-12 sessions will begin Mondayand

I CURTIS be crowned at 8:30.____ I;' from each of the three sponsored by the MurphreeArea continue through the final ::,
u divisions of the campus pro- Council. week of classes. Ses-

blems speaking contest .-fraternity Tommy Kennington will sions are from 7-9 p.m. in
Law School Holds I
ReunionThe sorority, and indepen, MC. Room 37 of McCarty Hall.

dent. These six people will Monday -- French '

law school his scheduled Its Other events are scheduled for compete in the finals: Bill India Club TripThe Tuesday -- Russian and ;,:

annual Florida Law Reunion for law school alumni include the stu- McBride, Alpha Tau Omega, German

this weekend on conjunction with dent Bar Association's Barrister's ;.f and Norman Koestline, Sigma India Club is organizingan Wednesday -- Spanish

the UF Spring Reunion and Alumni Brawl Dance tonight, a speech by Phi Epsilon; Paulette Ver- educational trip to Cape There will be three ses-

Program in Gainesville. Dean Allan Smith of the Universityof meire, Sigma Kappa,and Patti Kennedy Sunday. sions in each language, one

Michigan Law School, a panel ; Oken, Delta Phi Epsilon; Independents The trip expenses will be per week. The sessions are
Highlight of the Law Reunion will discussion on "The Role of the :' NormanSmall and financed by the club exceptfor free and there Is no regis-

be the annual Orange and Blue In-, State Law School Today and To- Rawleigh Sallee. food. Members willing to tration.GREAT .
tra-squad football game played this morrow," and a dinner and social :

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20,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3_



Carnival Topped Too Many Men Today




Gras FestivitiesThis Becoming Nebishes


lure of Daytona and fraternity weekends failed to put a damperon of his degreesand
"The values I speak of are challenges man, regardless
American boys are growing up
this Gator Gras. "
year's for social position, charged
live their lives ;
men
According to Al Leonard, chairman of Gras, Urn most popular aspectof to be nebishes instead of men because Jourard.
have few heroic a dedication to add something con-
so
the Gras was the carnival held Saturday night. they Jourard believes boys must be
Prizes for the best booth at the carnival went to Theta Chi fraternity males from whom to learn, said structive to the world, males explained made into men through our
"To often our are
Jourard associate Jourard,
M. ,
which booth described as "rat roulette. Dr. Sidney
sponsored a families, elementary schools, and
dedicated to goals that are silly
Tau Epsilon Phi won the award for the most original booth by giving professor of psychology. churches. Presently, according to
Jourard made this comment or dangerous, such as sex, money,
students the opportunity to "make a painting. Jourard.An Jourard, all these Institutions are
continued
From a standpoint of success Delta Tau Delta took the award for while speaking on the topic, "Our or power, falling down on the Job.
educated mandoes not neces-
most successful, with a booth called "Duck the Delts." Vanishing Manhood and Why" Wed-
Lynell Glass, sponsored by Chi Omega sorority was chosen queenof nesday night at the Florida Union."I sarily have to have a In college Jourard'sterminology de- "Instead of the heroic man,boys
Gator Gras. First runner up In the contest was Sandy Swartz, am afraid men as men are degree. Education, the are reared by Dagwoodian like
sponsored by PI Lambda Phi fraternity, while Susan Miller, sponsoredby too few in number," said Jourard.A is displayed by "If fathers who leave everything to
Alpha Chi Omega, was second runner-up. man as Jourard defines the termis way one reacts to his world. and the castrating mothers," charged
First place winner In the talent show was Yvonne Wadsworth. Ruth an educated male who finds one Is confronted by injusitce Jourard. "At the elementary
Ann Hellewig took the second place prize. himself completely involved in the Is not moved to replace It with school level, the boy encounters
not educated or a
he is
According to Leonard, the cooperation from Gainesville merchantswas pursuit of values. Justice, women teachers who are too often
"astounding". Many of the merchants were responsible for donatingthe working to help hubby out or for
prizes used in the carnival. House Investigates Baker an extra spring wardrobe. "Andat
What had originally been Intended as a street dance on Saturday the church level, the general
night turned into a "lawn dance" when the band ended up playing on the WASHINGTON (UPI) -. The Bolton said the bank gave bakeran clergyman is too ambitious or
lawn, said Leonard. Hcjse Banking and Currency Committee unsecured $125,000 laon to purchase nervous about his future to allow
More people spent time listening to the band this year. This may was asked yesterday to investigate a home, and made loans to himself to be a man."
have been due to the fact that the band played continuously this year charges that high"political a firm partly owned by the former'
which it did not do last year, he said. Influence" helped get a charterfor Senate aide. Jourard's thoughtful solution to
According to Leonard, proceeds this year did not approach what was a bank in which Bobby Baker Other congressional news: this problem comes from a revamping -
The House Judiciary of the educational system.
made last year. was a stockholder.Rep. Prayer:
"We could have had more organization and participation," he said. Oliver P. Bolton, R-Ohio, Committeo will open )hearings on "We must first have men as examples -
Plans for next year may include scheduling the Student Leader Banquetfor urged the committee to look Into April 22 on proposals for con- before we can expect our
Thursday night and the carnival for Friday night. This could the affairs of the District of Col- stitutional amendments that would boys to grow toward true man-
eliminate competition from Daytona and fraternity weekends. umbia Dank.LORD permit prayers, and Bible readingin hood," contends Jourard. "I feela
Work on the Gras begins in January with the first committee meeting. public schools. Chairman good number of these men can be
Emanuel Celler, D-N. Y., said found in the 50 years and over
the committee would hear testi- age group."
mony on 35 different prayer pro-
posals. If these men who are well edu-
< BYRON Food Stamps: Rep. Page Belcher cated and have been successful in
V R-Okla., charged that an experimental their life's work could be recruitedto
food stamp program In teach our young children or to
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St. Louis has left thousands of go into the ministry, then we wouldbe
the city's poor hungry while those on the way to ending our vanish-
. .RI.EQ\SME\tl'Sl. enjoyed a "little ing manhood problems, said
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as though he had just landed from a parachute
By Sue Haugsted and safety officer. lump,
The parachute landing fall, or "PLF" as it is kno
) Staff Writer The club meets every Sunday at its headquartersat to all parachutists, is a specially designed fall which
I the Williston airport. Jumps are made on alternate distributes the shock of the landing throughout
} "Aiiilieeeee one thousand two thousand weeks. entire body, reducing the chance of Injury. the
three thousand ."
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I'f. After he has learned the "PLF", the student
t The student skydiver has pushed off from the plane The club headquarters is a scene of activity on prac.
tices falling from another platform -- this
) and is plunging horizontally through 2,800 feet Sunday mornings. Inside the building, an experienceddiver one nearly
20 feet high. He is strapped into a
of space at the rate of 120 miles an hour. is packing parachutes. Two students are sewing parachutelUeharness
"Four thousand five ." buckles on a parachute harness. Others are making attached by rope pulley syste.n to a wooden
A swishing sound and a reassuring tug means his wind streamers out of bright pink and yellow crepe structure a short distance away. The end of the rope
parachute has opened above him.He's no longer falling, paper. The 15-foot weighted streamers will be dropped is held by several persons on the ground.
but floating beneath a 28 foot nylon canopy at a less from the plane prior to Jumping to determine wind The student jumps from the platform and swings
the air -- simulating the actual
: terrifying speed of 10 m.p.h. His jump is nearly over. drift. through parachute
It's all in a day's work for the members of the Outside, a student Jumper is practicing his para- descent.
North Central Florida Skydivers Club. The club was chute landing fall. A four-foot wooden platform has After an initial scream, the student begins the
formed last fall by local supermarket manager and been constructed for this phase of the training. The count necessary to determine when to open his parachute .
t" j skydiver Ron Hunt, who now serves as its president student jumps onto the sawdust-padded ground,falling and pulls an imaginary rip cord.
.
While swinging through the air

I I L C.A.J..WPU-S: : : LIFE I the le position"student is-practicing- back arched the"stab, arm- ;

and legs spread, and eyes looking
forward. This position will enable:

If\ FRATERNALLY SPEAKINGr the parachutist to stabilize his po.
sition and prevent loss of controlIn

the air through spinning or

WeekendsConfinue tumbling."The student is usually ready

for his first jump after two or three
Sundays, but he doesn't jump until
we think he's ready," said Hunt, a

Delta Chi Fraternity will hold Although it was Friday the 13th, Brothers of Sigma Phi Epsilon skydiver of ten years experience.
its annual Indoor-Outdoor Beach the Chi Phi's had a gay time at will crown their sweetheart to- I) When he has graduated from
Party tomorrow night. This year's their Weekend. At the banquet Dr. night at the University Inn, be- \V "training school," the student Is
beach party should be one of the Earnest Bartley of the political ginning the annual Golden Hearts ready for his debut into space.
best since the Delta Chi's will science department, was the head Weekend. After the banquet a dance Il His first five jumps willbe"stat
have a new house next year and speaker. Receiving the outstandingaward line" jumps. A cord attached from

,) have decided to sacrifice their for DX leadership was will be held, featuring the "Che- the parachute to the plane will automatically .
present house to the sand and surf. Richard Prior. Also at the banquetwas velles." Tomorrow, theSPE'swillgo open the parachute for
The Playboys will provide the mu- the announcement of their to Itchatuckney Springs for an the student.
sic to match the mood.Plans call Sweetheart, Susan Bartley. A Dog afternoon of swimming' and party- "Sure, I was nervous the first
for the house to be turned Into a Patch party set the scene, for Sat- Ing. Pajamas will reign supremeat time I jumped -- I screamed when
beach and the patio Into an Island urday night. At Alumni Weekend, I left the plane," said student parachutist .
juice shop. As a special attractionthe Dr. J. Wayne Reitz will be among 0 James L. Petrofsky, 7AS
Rincon Turf Club will make a the honored guests at the Delta the House Saturday night. The N4JV .# at the UFo"After
guest appearance.TKE Chi House. "J-Notes" will play as the SPE's the first time, I had no
celebrated their annual The members of Lambda Chi and their dates dance the night trouble. You gain confidence with

Carnation Ball last weekend.A dint Alpha will be celebrating their away In their pajamas. jumps," he said.
ner party was held at the HolidayInn annual Founder's Day Weekend The Skydiving Club uses Cessna
followed by a semi-formal with a formal dance and banquetat 170 or 172 four-seater planes for
t dance at the TKE House. Miriam the Brahma Restaurant inOcala CannibalPot jumping. The right door and right

, Yates was chosen as their Sweet- Friday night. The scene will be set front seat are removed prior to
heart. Saturday was spent picnic- for the crowning of their new Cres- take off to facilitate easy exits.
\ Ing In the sun at Rainbow Springs. cent !girl. FoundThe Neophyte Jumpers use a"polsed
," _... "JI" L !! M ,_It'A.'i c.. 1 .1 1.,,,.. 1", ..,.",. exit" -- the parachutist stands on
"xp' <>I'ir' >' "'" ''ff"'.'' "'" y '"
'os:,, > i".i"' .% >" IIIZ;'"". """ : \ :;
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the step of the plane and holds onto

Pandora's Box 4'l''l' natives, dlsgulshed as Fiji the wing struts.
S ryra pledges, were quite restless a few After he gets "the feel of jump
days before their Weekend and fora the
ing" through static line jumps,
,.1 Girls Take Honors }; very good reason. student graduates to the "free

*',;., Their balck cast Iron cannibal fall. He must now pull the rip
I ,I::: By JUDY LYNN PRINCE ; pot was missing. cord to open his own parachute.The .
Campus Living Editor While the Fiji pledges were delivering first free falls are normallyfive
"
;; ;y bones containing Invita- second delays, which means
\ Honors, parties, and lovelies take priority in the list of / tions to the Fiji island party, the that the jumper waits for five seconds
rk events for sorority !girls. 11/'. Alpha Delta Pi's managed, in an before opening his para..
At the Trl-Delt House, Dee Miller is vying for the coveted ; ', unsuspecting way, to "borrow" chute.
title of Miss University of Florida. Arlene Hildebrandt :, their trustworthy iron pot. Timing delays are done through
copped the crown for Beta Theta Pi Sweetheart. Weslle Y After the fraternity's initial negotiations three methods: counting aloud by

Middendorf is spending Saturdays tutoring eighth grade Negro ,' :: failed to recover the pot thousands, using a stopwatch or
students at the DDD House. Diane Denning was chosen sorority and the Invitations, the Fiji's j an altimeter, which measures al-
,' co-ordinator for the International Host Program. For the ;z changed their tactics. They sent )l titude.,Normally, a combination of
: program, the Trl-Delts have invited their first guest, Jean their house manager and colored two or all three methods are used.
";> Paul Gillard, a French engineering student. house boy over in a pick-up truck Despite popular thought to the
The AOPI's squeezed in their annual Rose Ball last Friday ; with a work order for weather contrary, skydiving is no more
'". night. The party was held at University Inn, at which time the \ stripping the ADPi's front doors.The dangerous than any other sport,,
Initiates and pledges were presented. Ken Bliss was chosen At; work order was actually an according to club members."If .
as next year's Rose Man and Sid Parrott was voted "best Interfraternity Council food pur- you're trained well and havea
busboy." Nancy Mathews received the scholarship ring for chase order form. l' is safe,"
good parachute,Jumping
the highest pledge average; Marset DeLoach received service Mom Skinner, the ADP's house- said of over
Reinhart parachutist
bracelet for service to the sorority; and JoAnne Mulhollandwas r mother, wanted to playthings safe, 45 jumps. ,a
awarded the Ruby Apex for best pledge. Gail Cox was Inquired as to who had placed the Each is equipped with a
jumper
initiated Into Alpha Lamda Delta. order for the weather stripping.She .11 emergency
front reserve chute
Visiting at the Alpha Chi Omega House this week is the Province '? was assured that everything back
I para-
use, besides the regular
; President, Mrs. John Weatherford, and the province would be cleared up if she would3
' financial advisor, Mrs. Lesh., Campaigning this week for Just phone the Gainesville Wood chute.
, problem
\ Military Ball Queen is Karen Roberts. Annie Curtis, Jeannie Finishing Company.She The only common target due
to be landing off
seems
Applegate, and Marsha Costa were all semi-finalist in the x then phoned the number she I j parachute
{ ; Miss University of Florida contest. Hera, the AXO patron was given and was assured by a 1 to wind or improper to one
\ goddess, reigned at the House this weekend when the neophyteswere Fiji brother who was using his manipulation, according missed a
intlated. New sisters Bonnie Cawood and Jane Palmer private phone In the House, that Jumper who narrowly ready-to-
were Initiated into Alpha Lamda Delta, Tuesday night. the doors would be returned in pasture complete with landing.
In the world of sorority sports,the KAT's again reign supremeby about forty-five minutes after they charge bull on a recent
beating the AE Phi's In softball Monday. Added to the Beta were weather stripped.
Sweetheart Court is Irene Curry. Later, after supper a parchment

As a money making project the Sigma Kappa pledges are proclamation was delivered and the .
having a Pancake Supper Sunday night. ADPi's suddenly discovered that 0
Adding fame and honors for the Kappa Delta House were they were either holding open houseor
Ginger Harrell and Judy Glllls who were selected to Who's were in for an unlimited cur-
Who in American Colleges and Universities. Kay Warren few since both of their front doors
has been appointed to Dean Hale's Student Advisory Board. were missing. Shortly thereafterthe
To cheer the fightin' Gators to victory next year will be newS doors were returned.The .

cheerleader Susan Saunders. Suzanne Robinson was recently FIJis regained their cannibalpot
elected president of Little Sisters of Minerva. and are having the ADPi's over
for supper March 24. *
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borrowers" are at peace again.
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Campus Pacs Up




For Grabs To AllContrary


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< -.' to previous rumor, faculty and staff members are

... ; TI\ encouraged, along with students to buy campus pacs. Also, as many
Z .
I 1(1"t sacs as are desired may be purchased by any eligible buyer.
{ ) ,. I
1JJJ "We're not discriminating,"

&I :bE7 ..I..t.. .. r Sex Report said Harold Sandlford,coordinatorof
\'r1l0LO; Campus Pac sales.
,
Lii I IT S 1\\ "The main thing we want peopleto

Motives Good know Is we're here (at the
"41 Information Booth) and we're selling ,
; b1Mit iMu to faculty, staff and students,"
aNT said Sandiford.
weep
Says BryantTALLAHASSEE Campus pacs will be sold Mon .
f''J''k ,.,{} wof '
.. n TT(,d' oaoa day and Tuesday next week between
a..,., ('::4 I..,, It
... "V 9-5 at the Booth.
tlltl\/: (UPI) Gov.
( *' '*"J' Selling at 50 cents a pac, 6,000
: said he
{' w f'Ml Farris Bryant yesterday
J ut
I '{w L t AOft have already been sold. Proceedsgo
e. M Is sure a legislative committeehad
'
:
.., ,.. to Dollars for Scholars, said
t _-a f-: n'--tfMK BNHKU3EKMHBB mmM****'- r "" "good motives" In printingand
ALPHA DELTA SIGMA distributing a controversial Sandiford.
This year's sales have equaledlast
advertising fraternity, pledges show off their king size pledge said report"from on homosexuals.what I've heard But he of year's but there are more

pins. Pictured left to right: Ed Ridolph, Bob Heisterman, and Bing McCrea. the report, I don't particularlywant pacs this year, according to Sandi-

to read it." ford.
Bryant told his news conferencehe's The sales are being sponsoredfor
Fires BelliDALLAS had the book in his desk drawer the first time this year by
Ruby Lawyer Alpha Psi business
but has not read it. He said he fraternity.Male Kappa .,professional -
has read newspaper articles and
Include men's
editorials labeling it "vile andobscene" pacs
(UPI)Convicted Jack The new lawyer was Percy Fore- Belli's assistant, J. II. Tona- toiletries such as a Schick razor
and knew that state
Ruby personally fired hot-tem- man of Houston, the most famous hlll, of Jasper, Tex., and Phil Atty. with stainless steel blade
pered Melvin Belli and hired anew trial lawyer in Texas. Foreman, Burleson of Dallas still were representing Richard Gerstein had stopped Its and Gilette Sun-up after shave
distribution in Dade
lawyer yesterday to head his effortto a big man who commands top fees, the slayer of accused County. lotion, and Mixture #79 tobacco.
escape the electric chair. has led the defense In some of assassin Lee Harvey Oswald. Bur- 1 don't pass judgment on It, Female pacs include 5 Day
There was no immediate com- the biggest murder trials in the leson said he will file today a Bryant said. "I am quite sure Deodorant, Breck hair spray,
the committee had an honest, sin-
ment from the flamboyant Belli. state. motion for a new trial> the first Cutex Polish Remover, Candettesand
cere to curb a bad practice. I
step in getting the conviction and with the No Doz. _... ___
may disagree means they
death sentence into appeals court.
Governer Kynes Spat use. They may have erred."

I Burleson, a specialist in appeals But Bryant said the whole mat-
talked for 55 minutes with ter probably hinges on distribu-
Wof / /
PhonyPolitical'TALLAHASSEE Ruby in the county jail yesterdayand tion. It may well be that the con- M
disclosed that Ruby told him it tents are not what ought tob con-
(UPI) Gov. won't always win.' was his own final decision to fire tained in a magazine for general I
Farris Bryant said yesterday there But Bryant won the spat Tues- Belli. Ruby signed the letter of circulation, he said, but if just t
was nothing phony or political about day, over a legislative committee dismissal. disseminated to officials and per-
the public spat between him and recommendation for review of sons who could profit by the know-
Atty. Gen. James Kynes at some merit system personnel Belli was enraged by the jury's ledge, it might be perfectly <111<
Tuesday's cabinet meeting. changes engineered by the verdict last Saturday. lie yelled right. n

Bryant said he and his close governor two years ago. Kynes "kangaroo court," accused Dlst. The governor said he probably
friend and former executive aide moved for the review and Bryant, Atty. Henry Wade of being a "hog would get around to reading the
were not fighting, :but: merely with the help of three other cabi- caller" and said Dallas was a report, but If he has any sug-
having difference of opinion whichis net officers, voted him down. "little bit of Russia." gestions for committee members, .
not unusual. Kynes, appointed by the gov- Gov. John Connally of Texas, he'll tell them and not make a 'R
"Kynes and I often disagree," ernor in January, is running for wounded by the assassin of Presi- public statement.Two 1 ..Nk
Bryant said. "When he was my reelection and is opposed by state dent Kennedy, and Texas Atty. of the state's largest newspapers -
assistant, I always won. Now that Rept. Earl Faircloth,who Is calling Gen. Waggoner Carr, have denounced criticized the report edi-
he's attorney general. I probably Kynes Bryant's crown prince. Belli's irate remarks. torially.
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.winner of an award for
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: : brisk, bracing Alpha Lambda Delta, fresh-
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'.tl
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the
livelier lather :, originalfor

really smooth shavesl I spice.fresh lotionl I 1.25 is pictured above.



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z Friday and still participate In religious -

J services.

"Many of our churches have
tried to give religious ceremoniesany
religious-minded students will
@ldcfpa be able to come to," he said.
.,
The Rev. Thomas Mitchell of
the First Methodist Church and

5V PEiQtH vice-president of the Ministerial
Association said that at the last
meeting of the association, March
10, a three-hour service on Good
Friday from 12 a.m. to 3 p.m.
was endorsed by many churches.The .

O Rev. Clarence Weaver,pas- ,
O tor of the Grace Presbyterian
flick cto Church, said he believed many students -
: @ldcfpia had accepted the fact that

classes would not be suspended,
H111 01'0'' SHULTON
SHAY' and bad taken the attitude of maybe -
next year this policy would be

changed.All .

state-supported schools are
oo the trimester system and will
@H&k..With that crisp, clean masculine aroma bold classes Good Friday. At

least one holiday occurred during
the trimester -- GaspariUa Day
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Page 6 The Florida Alligator FridayMarch 20,1964 '::' "No sorority pin ? Pardon me,

'GJI) d 1.1t 4ID :Jl1t i. sa, I. IS ;. j X91 dI! madam. .1 thought you
1 I 'r ''i'
; i were someone

Drinking Distilled WaterA attractive. "


little learning Is a dangerous thing;
Drink deep, or taste not that Pierian spring:
There shallow draughts Intoxicate the brain,

And drinking largely sobers us again 00 A
Alexander Pope

Last week, a series of articles in the Alligator posed the question of

whether the UF should allow "controversial" speakers the privilegeof 1 :,
utilizing Its podiums. The results indicated a general pervasivenessof

liberality, as most students and professors Interviewed Indicated a
willingness to trust UF students with something more than a few sips
from the less than Pierian spring of controversy. A thin stream of this
liberality seems to have pierced the walls of the Ivory tower of con-
servatism known as Tigert ,Hall. President Reitz has Indicated that
controversial speakers In general are welcome; which brings us to the I

point of departure, since the last half of the statement goes on to admit i
that active Communists are not welcome. The point that makes the Ad- :': 1
ministration's position most untenable Is a later admission by President
Reitz that he would urge students to attend, should some outside group

present a Communist speaker, and Indeed would himself attend such a -
function. : -
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The point of distinction seems to be that an appearance ON campus -
would give the speaker the status of being a university "guest and that, r/:: \ I I"" .
while this label is tolerable on many speakers with whom the university

doesn't agree, It would be stretching our hospitality a mite too far to a4UL
allow an active Communist to wear it.
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Of all the arguments against giving sanction to a viewing of the Com- 4 --
:
munist line, this would seem one of the least cogent. We realize that the

appearance ,on campus of an active Communist would have its dangerous .
aspects. Drew Pearson, In one of his columns, brought out the fact that
the Communist party Is utilizing its lecture committee as a lever to pry
its way into many of the nation's universities. He cited the fact that,
while the speaker was filling the air with the usual lied philosophy, other
workers were quietly busy in the background preparing the foundationfor Sorority Or IndependentEDITOR

a local Communist movement.We .
realize, also, that such an appearance would create noisome re-
verbaratlons from every corner of the state. Indeed, it may be expectedthat : the brothers, and any other per- a sorority to be socially active and
such an occurrence would give new Impetus to investigations of the sonal quality that the fraternity is others simply do not want to be

Johns committee type, and the Administration might have its hands full In regard to the letter writtenby seeking. Mr. Taylor also writes stereotyped as being a member of
of publicity seekers, each on its own private witch hunt. Bill Taylor concerning the poor that Fraternities want "topnotch"girls a certain group, which often may
And then there is the consideration of the few students who may be little independent girl who is as their sweetheart. What happen. Also, don't forget that in

susceptible to the "brain rinsing" that coulJ be accomplished from a carrying a chip on her shoulder, does he mean by "top notch?" many cases, the sorority chooses
public platform.Of I see an abundance of generali- Does he mean that she owns many the girl and many are rejected.
the above reasons, however, only the middle one would add to the zations void of fact. First, Mr. Gant shirts, several pair of Wee- There are approximately 850 girlsin
Administration's belief that a Communist off campus is less dangerousthan Taylor Implies that, as a rule, juns and most of all that all glori- sororities of the University's
a Communist on campus. fraternity sweethearts are soror- ous sorority pin upon her chest? female population. Are the rest
Naturally our opinion is diametrically oppose to this viewpoint.We ity girls. This is definitely nota Just because a girl is not in a "lemons?" An independent has
believe the Communist menace Is comparable to a disease that can rule. Fraternity men, if they sorority does not make her any her own personal reasons for not
be fought with an understanding of its characteristics, symptoms and are worth anything, do not elect less "top notch." Many girls can- pledging a' sorority but this does
causes. Just as many diseases are prevented by inoculation with an their sweetheart according to their not afford a sorority. Many feel not mean that she will be unin-
antibody made in part from the germ Itself,we believe that Communism sorority pin. They elect them by that they do not have the time to terested in the social activitiesof
be susceptible to Just such an antibody; but the conditions u Is administration their Individual qualities, their take away from their studying. a particular fraternity. I will

are critical. personality, their friendliness to Some feel that they do not need agree with Mr. Taylor that most
The University of Florida has at its command some of the f.1! Minds fraternities have sorority girls as
available for the examination and explanation of the text of any eech, sweethearts but not as a rule!
thus making its auditoriums a veritable laboratory fitted for th !studyof Girls in sororities are sometimesmore

any speaker.The Writer Comments On ElectionsEDITOR "top notch" than average,
administration, i j it* dual statement allows this laboratory ;.o be more
and for this reason are
used for the innoculatlo i against every disease except the very one that
: the same situation because the popular. But this does not exclude -
poses the most dangerous threat. It's al:"tct like the medical center
can
dept. was late in sending out the the independent. They
setting Itself ..'' to distribute patent med and
I have a complaint as to how registration certificates. I was be just as "top notch"
aration and administration of Important vaccines up to the corner the recent Gainesville elections also told that this should not have many cases better.

drugstore. tor City Commissioner were kept me from voting. ApparentlyI My "fraternity" dates both
Since President Reitz, who holds this viewpoint, also holds the final carried out. I registered to vote went to the wrong precinct, but types. Some members even refuse -
decision on what speakers may, or may not appear on campus, It Is on January 18, 1964, and I received it was impossible for me to know dates sorority girl because
obvious that the prevailing conditions will not soon be altered. And UF
neither my registration the precinct number since it is they feel that the girl does not
students will have to content themselves with occasional sips of know-
certificate nor card until March written on the registration cer- possess the qualities that he de-
ledge that trickles from the mossy stones of public misunderstanding; 18th day AFTER elections.The sorority
one tificate, so it was also impossiblefor sires. Others disregard
while the Pierian spring of"first person observation" remains dammedby
and
envelope was postmarked
me to vote.Evidently membership as a prerequisite
one man's opinion. W. C. N. March 17th p.m. date the girl that they like because

Color Them GoneAlpha On March 17th I went to vote numerous other people she Is herself, Independent or
and was told that I could not vote could be in the same situation. sorority girl.

because I had no registration card This does not seem fair to the Mr. Taylor wants a sweetheartthat
Kappa Psi, a professional business fraternity has, this week, and I was not listed on the regis- voters or to the candidates. Since Is in a sorority so she can
been selling "Campus Packs." Far from the usual business venture tration book. the election was so close a few get brothers a date at the last
however, this sale is aimed at bolstering the student's contribution to I called the supervisor of regis- voters could have very well been minute. lie doesn't want a sweet-

the Dollars for Scholars Program.We tration and she informed me thata the deciding factor.C. heart, he wants a pal that has an
stated In editorial earlier this week that there Is a crying need number of other
an people were in H. Crawford, 4BA endless list of blind dates for him
for students to shoulder more of their responsibility in providing loans -- and his brothers. Is this a fra-
and scholarships in this "multiplying funds" agreement with the federal The Florida Alligator ternity sweetheart? I hope not.

government. I am a Junior and also a soror-
Here Is a painless way to do Just that.
Served by United Press ity girl but I was once an indepen-
The packs, containing items which the typical student should find International
beingin
Editor ............... .................... dent. At first I was against
useful In his final drive towards the home stretch of the trimester, ............................Walker Lundy did not,
are divided (as most things are) Into those for men, and those for Managing Editor ...................................................... Bm Fuller a sorority but this fact me
1 women, and (due to the fact that the fraternity obtained them at a Assistant Managing Editor ........................................John Askins as Mr. Taylor Implies, leave activi-
low cost) disprove the old law saying that a total price can never Editorial Editor ...............................................,Wayne Norfleet uninterested In tho social which I
be less than the sum of its parts. Sports Editor ..........................................-...........Glenn Laney ties of the fraternity In fact
Now Is the time to start a new tradition -- every Spring It could become Feature Editor ................................................,Cynthia Tvasi all am pinned. As a matter of at my,
a ritual for every girl to present her favorite beau (and vice Campus Living Editor .......................................Judy Lynn Prince I had more time to spend do now
versa) with a campus pack..and soon, the new indication of a persons Editorial Assistants .... Ernie Litz, Gall Sobering, Betty Wendt, "fraternity house" then I
popularity could become expressed by the number of packs he received Betsy Garrison, St've Vaughn, Sue Dobbie, Charner Powell, Rual as a pledge of my sorority.sororityand
each Spring.Or Chandler, Pete Hathaway, and Dave Berkowitz. I am very proud of my

a black market ring could be established that purchases all the Reporters .... Jim Castello, Phil Hevener, Joel Gaston,Donlta Mathison of my "fraternity" but better I refuse -

packs each Spring and re-sells the Individual components to Harvard Carol Nobls, Ann Carter, Joe Kollin, Agnes Fowles, Fran Snider', to ever deem myself simply
students In Lauderdale for their annual vacation.We Judy Teich, Evan Engle, George Mims, Phil Geyer, Don Federman, than the Independent girl
organi-
have been informed that, since the information booth still sur- Becky Quinn, Larry Zimmerman, Jackie Cornelius, Patti Pltz, because I am In another

rounds an adequate number of unsold packsthe fraternity plans to expandits Gary Williams, Don Davis, Sue Haugsted, Joyce Kilmer, George zation.As sorority
operations to Include outlets In front of the main library In Norman Elmore, David Sumner, Jay Haviser, Joe Zeigler, Joy Cherry, a final word, I too,a Pi
John Clendenon Nancy girl, praise the Beta Theta
Brachey, Tom Millsaps, Millie Gorman
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independents
hall.Can M. rty Lurie, and Vicki Boggs. fraternity for Including
you Imagine the embarrassment of the UF cashier having to ,
in their sweetheart program
tell a student, "I'm sorry we don't have the dollars to fill your scholar- THi: FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaper of and hope they elect a "top notch"

s ship but we CAN let you have 300 campus packs this Fall"? the University of Florida and is published five times weekly girl and not simply a sororitypin.
except
j This thought alone should urge you to wave the magic wand that will during the months of May, June, and July, when a weekly issue .
change these packs into Dollars for Scholars..... It's easy, Just take published. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is entered as second class Is

along your silver crayons and "color them gone." w. C. N. matter at the United States Post Office at Gainesville, Fla. Donna Lynn Larson, 3EDI






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FridayMarch 20,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 7
Cuban
I
POLICYThe j RevolutionaryBy I

Member Extols Current ArticleI
these things. We cannot rest on

Alligator recently adoptedtwo JOHN HANCOCK our ignorance.The would like to take this means, It Is a pleasure to report that
new policies in handling statement continues "The
the "WEEKLY PEOPLE" is now
with the editor's permission, of
the Editor. Since Everybody talks about freedombut
letters to Cuban Revolutionary Committee
available in the libraries of Florida
calling attention to the February 22
the mail in the last few days nobody does anything about It. intends to fill this gap to the extent State University and the University
What issue of the Socialist Labor Party
has witnessed a widespread amount of imagination doesit of its possibilities. We impose of Florida Library.A .
journal, "WEEKLY PEOPLE.
absentmindedness concerningthese require to Invision oppression this task upon ourselves because -
This outstanding issue carries a
points, we would like to without having experienced It? How we know that Communism, free copy of the February 22
leading article, on the front page,
remind you of their,existence much compassion is necessary to through their (sic) Cuban satel- Issue can be obtained by writingto
devoted to the job crisis of our
feel the
and importance.. heartbreak of exile while lite, is trying to subvert the democratic the "WEEKLY PEOPLE' --
and the solu-
sitting comfortably at home? How Institutions of both Americas. young people gives
61 Cliff Street New York N. Y.
,
all signers will include tion offered by the Socialist Labor
-- small must mind
a be to talk in ." How clever of these people. 10038.
a telephone number glowing terms of freedom and Ignore Why couldn't Americans see this? Party. Nathan Pressman
be reached There Is also article devotedto
where they can those without an
it. What kind What is it about a person who has (Member of the SLP).
to verify the fact they Lincoln and Kennedy. __
of
person can watch his own mortal been uprooted from his home, his .I.
actually wrote the letterto enemy enslave over eight million country and his life that makes him W1

which their name is people and discuss a relocation so much more observant than we.

signed. program? Those who can speak of slaveryIn jOteampu with:
--names no longer will
the first person are of a rare
be withheld unless the writer A rather emotional nevertheles -
lot in this day when those who
can show good reason important newsletter called are free are free and those who L L. (Author' of Rally Konml the flag, lioyi"
for such action. "Cuba Bleeds" has found its way (lml"ltlrCHIII,)!/ With, Chtrk.")
are not are no where to be seen.It .
The first of these two to the UF campus and has the
would have been logical to assume -
policies Is designed to stop audacity to recall to the minds of that when Americans saw

any bogus letters from appearing Americans, at least a few of them,
for themselves what Communismwas
in the pages of The the mistake we made in Cuba. Its and when they talked firsthand WELL-KNOWN FAMOUS PEOPLE: No.1.

Alligator.The objective says, "This bi-monthly with those who had been closeto This: is the first in ti series of 48 million column examining the

second Is to prevent bulletin comes to light as a mean It, they would have been jolted careers of men who have significantly: itltrmi l the world wo live
people from launching an (sic) to convey to our fellow (UF) Planck.
from their complacency -- but in. We l CRin today: with Max
attack against their pet students the message of the Cu- such was not the case. Max Planck (or The Pearl of the Pacific, as IIP U often

peeve while hiding' behind bans that are fighting in order to So accustomed to leasure and culled) gave to modern physics the I law known :a* Pia IIrk'*

that nebulous cloak of secrecy free our nation from the claws of security were the Americans, that Constant.! Many: |If.'ople| when they first hoar of thin law, throw.

called "Name With- Red oppression." this example of inhumanitymade up their hands: and exclaim, "( Jolly whisker, thin is ton deep
held." It was a dark day when this graphic for little old nel"Incidentally: !
nation that was founded on the pre- scarcely a dent In the thick ( speaking of whiskers, I cannot help hut mention \ -
Many letters have been witheld hide of selfrightiousness. .
cepts of freedom and built out of a Personna Stainless Stool Hazor IMados. Porsonna is the
from publication because of an revolution The real reason for the publi- blade for ,ixMiplc' who can't shave after every meal\ It ('hhave
against tyrany used the
inability of The Alligator to of cation, along with thousands likeit you closely/ cleanly, and more frequently than any other
contact the writer for verification plight a conquered people to add is contained in an incomplete stainless/ stool 1 blade on the market., Tho makers of Porsomui/

; if one of your's falls interest to a political campaign. sentence in the objective. "Be have publicly dt'cll\ft'tI-UlIII do bore re neat-that if PersomiaHladcH /

within this category, we would American arrogance and egotism cause we feel that the knowledgewe don't give; you more luxury.MWVCS than any other
reached its zenith. The statementof dtninlctw ntet'1 blade will buy"you whatever blade
welcome hearing from might have derived from the sad : : they you
you the newsletter's objective goes their the think is letter. Could anything: lx more fair I, for one, think
again..this time in a more experience regarding (
on: not.)
personal manner. Communists') modus operandicould
be useful in unmaskingthem.
"The of the Cuban
deep tragedy "
Unfortunately, such will
and the of the
people many aspects
not be the case.
cruel repression (sic) Castro's
"And because we know that Lin-
The only way that you can government has imposed on the coln's nation will not turn their

prevent education from being country, as well as the character- (sic) back on a country that is

dangerous is to try to developan istics of, the nation's struggle to fighting for the same principlesof
its lost liberties facts
educational system in which regain are liberty on which the American

the pupil is exposed to no not well known by the world, nor society is sustained." The only

ideas whatever. We are by our American brothers." How difference between you and us Is,

working hard on this, but unfortunately polite are these Cuban students.We gentlemen, we have it and you
all know, or should know, of
we seem unlikelyto don't. Possibly an attack on Key
succeed the tragedy, Castro's governmentand would the interestof
at any rate in the West arouse
immediate future. the nation's struggle. If we a few Americans but it is

---Robert Maynard Hutchins are to uphold our; reputation as the doubtful that anything less personal

leaders of the free world, we must would do It. '

make it our business to know of lll8x' fla'tCthon.
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I Variety III Lyceum ProgramEDITOR JimLaBrec Hut I digress. We were Awaking; of Planck's Constant whichis

not, 08 many think, difficult to understand. It simply state
that matter sometimes behaves like waves, and waves sometimes
: tour which included -
rea is finishing a l behave like matter. To give you u homely illustration,
performances at Hunter pick pencil and wave it. Your wncil. will surely
I note with interest that the Lyceum up your [ you
College, Dartmouth, Michigan, agree; in matter-yet look at the little rascal( wave I Or take
Council has published its and other universities.At .
Wisconsin, flags.; Or Ann-Margrct.;
program for the following year. the present moment, the Asia Planck's Constant, uncomplicated as it in, nevertheless pro-
The Council Is to be congratu- Society Is booking its 1964 autumn vided science with the key that unlocked the atom made space

lated for the fine work It does in attraction, one of whom is Ravi says. travel possible, and conquered denture slippage.; honors were

bringing outstanding attractions to Shankar, the great Indian sitar vir- heaped upon Mr. Planck (or The City Brotherly Love, as

the Florida campus.It tuoso. It is true that Indian music, he is familiarly known 118)). lie was awarded the Nobel Prize,

Is unfortunate, however, that and the sitar as an instrument, the Little Brown Jug, and Disneyland. Hut the honor that

the council has not taken more Interest is virtually unknown in the pro- Kim.pleased! Mr. Planck most was that plankton were named after

in attractions from other vincial areas of America, but nev- Plankton, as we know, are the floating colonies of one-celled
parts of the world than America.The ertheless Ravi Shankar Is consid- animals on which fishes feed. Plankton, in their turn, feed

university manifests its inter- ered in his own country, and among u ron one-half celled animals called krill ((named, incidentally,
national concern by attracting musicians, to rank as Heifetz might ((You can get more insurance after Dr. Morris Krill who invented the house cat). Krill, in

large numbers of foreign students, rank among violinists. The writer later on, even if you can't pass their turn, feed upon peanut butter sandwiches mostly-or,

many of them from Asia; but the has heard him perform and can the physical exam at that time. when they are in season, cheeseburgers.
Lyceum Council has not In recent testify to the fact that his music Hut I digress.; Back to Max Planck who, it must be said,
years given any recognition that a mood and excite the Hard to believe? Call me and I'll showed no indication of his scientific genius; as a youngster.In .
can invoke a ? for the first six of his life he did not at all
culture of the eastern hemisphereexists. matter how rudi- show you how. No obligation. fact, years speak
Imagination no except to pound hit xpoon on his howl and shout "More gruel,I"
mentary the listerer's comprehension Imagine, then, the surprise of his parents when on his seventh
It so happens that the Asia Society of Asian music. The writer I birthday little :Max suddenly cried "Papa! Mama' Something.

with headquarters in New also knows that tha Lyceum Coun- is wrong with the Second Law of Tlermodynarnicsl" So aston

fork, has the last several years cil has received these advance ished were the elder Plancks that they rushed out and dug the

been bringing to this country out- notices from the Asia Society but Kiel Canal.
standing musicians and dancers has chosen apparently to restrictits \Ieunwhile Max, constructing! a crude Petrie dish out of two

from Asia, and these performershave 1964 choices to the tried and small pieces of petrie and his gruel; bowl, began to experimentwith
thermodynamics. By dinner time he had discovered
reasonable prices, a shame that a
It
at seems
played
true.
Planck's Constant. Hungry; but happy he rushed to Heidelberg
in many colleges. In the springof great university such as this, in University" to announce his finding lie, arrived, unfortunately,

1963 a group of Kathak (north spite of the fact that numerous V- during the Erich von Stroheim Hcwjuicentennial, and everyone
Indian) dancers toured the U. S. Asian students are guests on its r was w busy dancing and duelling that young Planck could findnobody

and gave performances at Talla- campus, cannot at least once every to listen to him. The festival, however ended after

hassee and at Winter Park,passing two or three years give token two years and Planck was finally) able to report Ins discovery.
right through Gainesville without a recognition to the fact that art and ...... Well sir, the rest In history." Einstein gaily cried, "E equals

stopover, which might easily have music outside of the western tra- me squared!" Edison invented Marconi. Eli Whitney invented

been possible. In the fall of 1963 the dition can be exciting and signifi- *JIM LABREC Georgia; Tech, and Michelangelo invented the ceiling. This
later became known as the Humboldt Current.
great south Indian dancer Shanta cant. 1105 W. University Ave. 1964 MM BhUliBM

Rao, with a company of dancersand Suite 4Gainesville
musicians, performed at Tal- Arthur L. Funk Fla. .

lahassee, St. Petersburg, and Orlando Professor of Humanities

; but, although It receives all 372-2357 Mr. Shulman It, of course, Joshing, but the maken of
30Editor's Note: Professor Funk representing Pertonna Blades art not: If after trying our blades, you
Asia Society notices, the Lyceum think there'i another stainless steel blade that glees you
Council did not feel apparentlythat adds that the Sahm-Chun-Ll com- THE COLLEGE LIFE more luxury thacei, return the unused Pertonnat to Box

such an attraction was suitable pany has been engaged to appearat INSURANCE COMPANYOF 500, Staunton Va., and we'll buy you a pack of any blade
for Gainesville. Right now the the University of South Florida AMERICA you think li better.

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FridayMarch 20,1964 The Florida Alligator page 9

Duo Appears CINEMA


Hard-driving and bluesy tunes will echo in University Auditorium
londay night when Vince Martin and Freddie Neal appear for the Mon Amour'ShowsDehumanized
first time at the UF.
I The folk singers pattern themselves after Pete Seeger and Bob
lylan. Their ballads -- for the most part arranged by Freddie __

f arry a social message. Man
"Dade County Jail" bemoans the sorry conditions juvenile offenders
-
ire subjected to, while adult criminals live in modern facilities. ,
JA mystic ballad, "Walk me out in the Mornin' Dew," describes the By DON FEDERMAN and outbursts of violence to the A French actress comes to Hiroshima -
ermath of WW HI, as the last man and woman walk along -- hauntedy wanderings of the lovers throughthe to play a part in a movie
memories: streets of the city to the wo- about peace. In this city, the most
Today and Saturday, the Florida
"Where have all the people gone, my honey?..." Union features Pesnais' classic man's story (with its marvelous powerful Image of death and futility
Mama..." parallel between the woman's loveras in the world, she finds a lover like
"Thought I heard my baby cryin' "
Amour.
film "Hiroshima Mon
,
"Thought I heard a young man moanin low..." It,should be said that this movie a child and her present one) the one of her youth. But she did
here with such hopes
culminating in a most heartbreaking come any ,
and Vince
Although Freddie are now performing in Miami's "Hoot- be taken at
can and MUST many
the of her earlier lovera
nnany" they are free to roam--and they often do. In their late twenties, levels It Is just that rich and poignant scene of farewell -- for German killing soldier) had left her
the two guitarists have been performing together for less than a year. overwhelming.From suspends one in a moment in whichis (
[Their first album, "The Bag I'm In," will be released this month. the standpoint of direction, realized the fact that life as It 1- so has bitter attempted that to all obliterate these years the past she

Resnais' camera moves delicately, now prevents us from any mean-
from her mind (her going to Hiroshima -
sensitively, through each scene to ingful experience that we are
ATOR CLASSIFIEDI Is but another act of forgetting -
create the most intense, lyrical thwarted not only because of our- ).
- effects. Every second of this film selves, but in spite of ourselves.The .

-- from the opening scene of the camera sees this all becausethe In the beginning of the movie, '
Services [I I lovers with Its changing textures story says just this. she tells her lover of the devas- 't
Help Wanted tation of Hiroshima, "I saw them

the newsreeels the mu-
rvr'lNG 'done' on electric IBM. Walter wanted -- Must be 21. Ap- seums, the hospitals; they were
Seasonable rates. Fast service ply in person before 3 p.m. at 1 'ft 'u all real." His reply Is, "You saw
Call FR 2-5160. (M-116-3t-c). Rosalo's Restaurant. 3766335.E sIw J nothing." And he is right,for Hiroshima -
( -120-tf-c). has meaning only as a meta-
Appliances repaired, small and phor of despair, of helplessness.We .
arge. Charlie's Fix-It Shop, In SPARE TIME. You can earn $40a do not go to Hiroshima for con-
rear of Gator Groomer Laundry. week commission by showingthe frontation, but for escape.As .
618 N. W. 1st Ave. joining Uni- Viviane Woodard Beauty Pro-
erslty post office 2-7233 or 6- gram. Call Johnny Turner 376- the movie progresses, she
346. (M-106-tf-c). 1480.9-5. E-120-15t-c). comes to see that her commitmentto
futility has been an empty ges-
babysitting .40 hour -- (anytime). ture. Gradually, her new lover
roning $2.50 basket. Call 2-7601, I T Autos J merges with the old,and joy comes
20 N. W. 9th St. (M-89-5t-c). back to her.

63 Gal axle hard top. Air conditioned -
NESTOR'S -- TV, RADIO, HIFI But as their love grows, a ter-
ERVICE. Tubes checked free. heater, radio, windshield rifying truth dawns upon them too.
Free estimates. Next to Florida washers. $2695. Good financing. Their love Is doomed by their past
Call owner after 5:00 weekdays experiences which stem from a
Bookstore parking lot. 1627 N. W.
1st Ave. Phone FR 2-7326. (M- 2-7658. (G-120-3t-c). world which alienates people from

67-M WF-c). feeling, from eachother.The"lm-
MUST SELL -- 58 Volkswagon -
possibility1 of their love culmi-
CHILD CARE Permanent basis. good condition, Blue, heater,seat- nates In a final nightclub scene
Home with large backyard. $10 belts, seat covers, rear seat plat- where the two sit at separate
week. Call 372-6950. 3026 N. W. form, excellent mechanical con- tables, staring at each other with
13th St. (M-117-5t-p). dition. $600. Call 6-1151. (G- a look of desire blended with
120-5t-c). grief. And then comes those final
words in which she "Your
EUROPEAN JOBS -- TRAVEL says
GRANTS for all students. Life- 1958 Volkswagon, new paint, new name is Hiroshima," .and he returns -
guarding, office work, etc. For tires and muffler, 1963 Ford Gal- with, "Nevers(her childhood '"
porspectus, application send $1; axle 500. Call 372-7658 after dL town) is youri." Yes, her futilitywas
Dept. C., ASIS, 22 Avenue de la 5:00 p.m. (G-120-3t-c). r an empty gesture, but what,
Llberte, Luxembourg City, Grand 1954 Chevrolet. Good condition. else could she feel?
Duchy of Luxembourg. (M-113- Dependable transportation. Call xLOVELY This film is remarkable,not onlyIn
18t-p). 2-3748. (G-118-3t-p). Its presentation, but because it
0 MISS i doesn't content Itself with just
1961 Sprite. Excellent mechanically. showing the obvious dangers of our
I Suzanne Shapo
Chassis clean, tonneau cover, present age. Rather,emphasizes
L I Real EstateBUY I
side windows and good top. Clean AEPhi, is the the de-humanlzatlon. It presents
car reasonable price. Call Wisser new Miss Jennings. a shadow far more ominous than
6-3211 Ext. 5629 after 5 p.m.and or that of nuclear immolation.Smith .
A DUPLES -- WHY PAY weekends 2-6295. (G-113-tf-c).
RENT? Live in one side and

lease the other side for enough to Elected Pres. Of AAUP I
make the mortage payments. U I r Car Rental I
buy at the right price and in
you
Dr. Cecil Smith, professor of serve for two years. were Dr. Ralph H. Blodgett, economics -
the right location -- you have a Fried bio-
It Dr. Melvin ,
agricultural economics, was "This Is a very high honor. ;
GOOD INVESTMENT as well as ECONO-CAR No additional chargeto elected President of the local chap- will be difficult to follow the fine chemistry; Dr. Arnold Heiden-
a place to live. Why not call me drop-off car in downtown Jacksonville ter of the American Associationof leadership established for our chap- heimer, political science; and Dr.
and I'll give you a list to compare or at our office adjacentto University Professors today.He ter by Seymour Dlock,Vince Hynes Gladys Kammerer, political
and choose from. Wayne Mason Imeson Airport. FR6-3644orln three most science.
replaces Dr. Seymour Block, and Fred Hartmann,our
c/o Arnold Realty Co., 1219 W. Jacksonville 353-7419. (N-119- professor of physics, and will recent presidents," Smith said. Continuing officers will be Dr.
Univ.' 372-3522. (I-119-5t-c). 3t-c). Dr. Smith Is now serving his Melvin Baker, education, as vice-
twelfth year on the faculty of the president; Dr. Donald Williams,
UF. Prior to his coming here he ,speech, secretary; and Dr. Seymour -
'j aiieA. taught at Virginia Polytechnic In- Block, physics, serving on
stitute. His Ph.D. is from the the executive council automaticallyas
University of California at immediate past president.The .

OFF CAMPUS Berkeley.Mrs. .
LITTLE FASHION CENTER JUST fj. "tOSj Margaret Knox Gogrln,assistant new officers will be Installed -
director of Readers' Ser- at a general meeting Thurs

vices of the University Main Library day, Mar. 26, at 8 p.m. in the ...
Spping Speeial was elected treasurer of Physics Auditorium. A panel of
the local chapter and will serve deans will discuss the topic,
for two years. "Where Does the University Go
COORDINATESReg. Elected for one year terms to From Here in Education, Re-
SUITS & serve on the Executive Council search and

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Page 10 The Florida Alligator FridayMarch 20,1964

Honor Court Gives Students


HC Speakers Bureau


Once Over For Jury Duty"Do

Slated As Pipe LineBy

you know the dependent?" Court. Qualifications are a classification When a prospective jurist Indicates
"Do you believe in the 'Honor of 2UC or higher,an over that he knows the defendant
DONITA MATHISON System?'* all average of 2.0 or better, and personally or for some other rea-
Staff WriterA "Is there anything that would good academic and social standing. son could not render an impartial
communicative pipeline from Honor Court to the student bodyis keep you from rendering a verdict "It is mandatory that students judgment in the case, he Is dismissed -
to be the function of the new Honor Court Speakers Bureau, Steve of guilty (or Innocent) if the defendant elected appear at the "Voir and questioning continues
Cheeseman, clerk of the Honor Court, said yesterday. were proven guilty (or Dire," a meeting just precedingthe until six jurists have been chosen.
"Trial operations and other court methods are efficient; the failure Innocent) beyond any reasonable trial, to be questioned. Should "The 'Voir Dire' lasts from
lies in the fact that students don't understand the reasons behind the doubt in your mind?" any student fail to appear and his one and one-half to two hours,
honor system and that its main purpose is to protect the student," he These are a few of the approxi- absence has not been excused, he and trials never last less than
said. mately 30 questions a prospective can be held in contempt of court eight hours and sometimes last as
The Honor system is presently under investigation and evaluation bya jurist is asked before being declared and be fined up to six penalty long as 16 hours," Cheesemansaid.
committee which began work after campus elections in February. One unbiased in any way and hours If found guilty," Cheesemansaid. "Trials usually take place
of its duties will be to recommend either that the Honor system is seated on the Honor Court jury. every two weeks."

effective and should be retained, or that it should be modified, or thatit The names of fifty prospective "I'm trying to make it a policyfor
should be replaced by a proctor system wherein a university official jurists are selected before each us to choose prospective jurists Cases of cheating are most common -
maintains order. trial from the student directoryIn from a list of students who have but cases may also involve
Cheeseman pointed out that long-range plans for the fall include Tigert Hall, according to Steve turned in their names as being theft or the passing of worthless
possible negotiation with the administration to allow 20 Honor Court Cheeseman, clerk of the Honor willing to act as jurors,"he added. checks.
speakers to talk in C-ll and C-31 discussion classes for 30 minutes. In the last 16 trials, verdicts
"They would speak on the honor court system for approximately Seagle SeeksApplicants of "guilty" have been handed downin
15 minutes and then allocate the last 15 minutes for answering the three cases.
students' questions. That way we would be appealing to all freshmanon "The Honor Court realizes thata
a personal basis' Cheeseman said. wrong decision could ruin a
"The biggest questions a student asks is why should he have the Georgia Seagle Hall, a men's student's life, and for this reason,
power to ,suspend a person or give penalty hours or why should one cooperative, offers the budget-
student turn in another," Cheeseman said. b minded student room and board the entire court procedure is designed -
"I think a student should realize that if he or any other student i for the entire Spring trimesterfor for the protection of the
cheats he is not only hurting himself but likewise other students who only $260. or $130. for SpringA student. The jury is instructedto
will be following in his footsteps in school. Also, ho Is hurting everyone or B.This. assume the person is innocent
else in his class, particularly if it is small. Cheating is simply againstthe price includes three mealsa until proven guilty beyond any
moral code of laws," he said. day, plus a program of activi- reasonable doubt," Cheesemansaid.
"Another question often asked is, how are the jurors chosen? Any ties including sports, seminars, .
\ sophomore with a 2.0 average, who is not a law student and is not and outstanding guest speakers
t,: under any disciplinary action, is eligible," Cheeseman said. I from the college and community. "The Honor Court is extremely
lie explained that the clerk of the honor court goes to Tigert and Applications should be submit- efficient," he added, "but ineffec-
picks 50 qualified names at random out of the student directory and ted before the end of this trimester tive in that students don't always
contacts these people as to the time and place of the trial. These and may be obtained at most take the responsibility for the
prospective jurors attend a meeting, called a "voirdire," before w of the student religious centers, Honor System."
F the trial and are questioned on several points by the Chancellor such as the Florida Union, or at the Seagle An Honor Court Speaker's
their belief or disbelief in the honor system, and why they could not house, 1002 W. University. Bureau is being formed at'the
serve the day of the trial. STEVE CHEESEMAN Membership is open to any male moment to speak to fraternities,
The prospective jurors are required to attend the voirdire, unless I UF student regardless of social, sororities and independent groups
they have a good excuse, and can be held in contempt of court if they denominational or religious affi about the Court.
Better Schools
fail to appear. liations.
; "The honor system is very nearly like the judicial system outsidethe
university," Cheeseman said. Not Integration'WASHINGTON
"The clerk calls six people at random to sit in the jury's box and
(UPI) Sen.
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are questioned by the defense and prosecuting council to determine SURPLUSRECORD
Spessard Holland, D-Fla., told the
I whether they are biased or not," he said.
( Senate yesterday he believes that
Cheeseman said that each of the counsels is given two pre-emptory
what Negro students and their
challenges wherein he has the opportunity to challenge one prospective par
ents "need and want,and what most
juror without giving a specific reason to the Chancellor.
of them would gladly accept, Is
"Aproximately nine or ten jurors are dismissed before the council is better
schools rather than inte-
satisfied," Cheeseman said. "The voirdire adjourns, the clerk grated schools."

He said in a 20-page speech that
Two voluntary staffs of 20 law students each make up the Honor statistics show overwhelminglythat
Court week., and sometimes as many as four or five cases are handled a "the Negro student and the STOCK SALE

Negro teacher has the greatest
Cheeseman pointed out that there were two types of trials. A jury opportunity to obtain an educationand
trial where the defendents pleads not guilty, and a summary trial whereno to advance In the teaching LAST TWO DA'YSIThis !
jury is present and the student pleads guilty. fields where institutions of higher

learning are predominantly Negro is your last opportunity to buy records at these
and "
i Negroes Demonstrate Holland segregated.said the civil rights low prices before price stabilization is enforced by

t bill's section aimed at spurring the FTC.
school Integration is "bad for the
At Jax Police Station country and most Important for
the Negro. It is wrong, it is
dangerous, and should be done away
with." 0/0/

JACKSONVILLE (UPI) -- More charged with trespassing in segre- He warned that if it is not 35 ..
than 100 gated restaurants were postponed
\ singing clapping young Negroes defeated last year's "summer of .
were threatened with con- until March 25. They were among decision" may become this yeara
( tempt of court proceedings yesterday 20 Negroes arrested Wednesdayin "summer of devastation" that
attempted sit-ins at two res-
when they demonstrated
would retard racial progress "for
outside the city police station taurants. III hundred "
years.
I where 15 anti-segregation demon- Off Regular PriceOn

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Gator Spring Game Set Tomorrow




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Orange Passing Attack Battles Blue Running PowerBy



STEVE VAUGHN bill Richbourg and James Benson, FOR THE ORANGE. FOR THE BLUE. I
and center Bill Cllatt.
Editor
Assistant Sports
Benson will be the lone Orange r
sophomore starter. q
The Florida Gator football team
divided Florida Field fans should also
has become a "house ,
and all is In readiness for tomorrow keep an eye on specialists Roger .
Pettee of the and w.i
night's Orange and Blue Orange sopho-
more surprise Jack Card of the
football game.
Kickoff for this annual family Blue. VS. w v. ,
struggle, which generally draws Both are expected to be among A M
the Gators' '
from 5-8,000 spectators, Is set top defensive playersnext w t'
season.
for 8:15 p.m.
Gator Head Coach Ray Graves
The contest will climax a Ga-
| tor spring practice of 20 days will be a neutral press box observer -
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during the contest. Graves .
and Blue
duration. The Orange I
teams have each been stocked will present spring practice ..... ---
awards for the most improvedbackand RICHBOURG DUPREE
with 43 players, and both have 11 MURPHY MACLEAN

lettermen from last year's squad. monies.On lineman. in halftime cere- .. .have been named co-captains of the Orange and Blue squads for tomorrow night's
Things are looking like a scrap
between the Orange passing game the Orange staff, Rodgers spring game.Gator.
Coach Gene will be assisted by John Eibner,
and the Blue running.
Ellenson's Blues will have full- Billy Kinard; and Don Brown.Aid- Opponents Must Face

back Larry Dupree,halfbacks Alan ing Ellenson with the Blue will
and be Ed Kensler, Fred Pancoast,
poe and Jack Harper, quarter-
back Bruce Bennett for a starting and Larry Travis.IDcarrying .
backfield. UF students will UF Forward WallBy

Orange coach Pepper Rodgerswill be admitted without charge to the Imposing
game. General admission for the
be banking heavily on the arm
of 1963 frosh passing Star Steve public is $1.50.Band MARTY LURIE season's work. be filled by Jim Earnhardt and

Spurrier.Also Sports Writer Gagner Is pressing Murphy for Jack Card.
Chooses
berth. The 6-foot-2, Bernhardt became the second
starting for the Orange Faced with the awesome & starting
team will be three other boys Just prospect of playing six bowl teamsIn 238-pound former end, came on spring casualty when he suffereda

up from the freshman team--full- Team ThemeWhile their first seven encounters next strong at the end of last season shoulder separation. However,
Bill he learned the of his the junior should be ready when
back Graham McKeel, center season, Gator linemen will have a once ropes
the Orangw if..m &S"Run- the bell rings next fall.
Carr, and guard Jerry Anderson. monumental task of repeating their new position.
Otherwise, all of Rodgers'start- ning Wild" In Saturd.:: right's annual nationally ranked defensive totals. "This rivalry Is certainly turn- The 5-foot-9, 175-pound Card Is

ers are lettermen. Charles Casey University of Fl 'toa spring Florida's defense surrenderedan ing both boys Into better football a major surprise. Though

and Lynn Mathews will open at football game, the Blue team will average of 101.9 yards per game players," observed head coach Ray hampered by his lack of size,
and Sid- be "Sitting on Top of the World." Graves. the freshman has been one of the
the ends, Dennis Murphy rushing to place 14th In final
ney Maclean will be the tackles, At least that's the plan lormu- National Collegiate Athletic Asso- Junior Bill Richbourg, rated by most aggressive tacklers so far.
lated Gator band director its!J: The line backers receive
and Larry Beckman will man the by ciation (NCAA) statistics. The defensive coach Gene Ellenson as strong
Bowles, who has chosen these two the outstanding defensive player, support from converted fullback
other guard position. overall total of 194.2 yards per
Halfbacks Allen Trammell and well-known tunes as theme songs game tied them with national cham- gives the team strength at middle Billy Joe James and Ronnie Pur-

round out the for the two squads. ninth guard.
Jerry Newcomer pion Texas for place cell.Ellenson summed the situa-
Band will offer a short up
The Gator Tabbed as the biggest surprisefor
offensive lineup. total defense.
Orange nationally In tion by saying, "1 cannot pick out
to the 8:15
musical program prior Ellenson is the improvementof
Joining the Blue backfield to openon The hottest contest being waged
time and the Gatorettes will one or two boys who are superiorto
kickoff
offense will be ends Gary Thomas among the linemen is for the freshman guard JerryAnderson."Jerry -
the others. We are two deep
halftime fullback in high
during a pro-
perform played
tackles Bob
and Barry Brown, two tackle slots.
with the
in boys relatively same
Lyle and Larry Gagner, guards'ff" gram. John Whatley, Larry Gagner, school, but now has moved up to "
ability.
.
.... behind
McLeanare the number two guard spot
Dennis Murphy, and Syd dif-
said Ellenson. Offensively it is a slightly
Richbourg,
the keen competition -
presenting The linebackers form another ferent story, experience wise.
its impressive
which gives Florida with Richbourg at the
Teaming
'
1 potential strong point on the squad.
irk
at this position.
\ ;. eIJ depth Roger Pettee, if fully recovered guard position is sophomore Larry
... Y Whatley, a 6-foot-2, 210-pound Beckman
from a broken ankle, can be one Beckman. Backing up
; f the pack
leading
sophomore, was
.1 r the linebackers in is freshman James Benson.
of outstanding
l; until he suffered a knee injury the nation next At center Is sophomore Gary
during the opening days of practice year.
Cliett, a 6-foot-l, 200-pound
,i ((1 "Pette's got the size and all
next
which shelved him until year. tools remarked Ellenson. Miami boy. Cliett Is closely followed -
MacLean'were the the ,
and
Murphy who the coachesare
"It's just to him. He can be by a boy
up
II Midnight Star Evening Star Vogue I two starters chosen on last the year.Southeastern Murphywas as good as he wants to be." very high on, freshman Bill

Conference's third team all-star The two other openings should Carr.

the basis of lastJACK'S
aggregation on

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5 Minutes II. Smith, head football 86 games, lost 3D and tied 11
Only
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Angel's Wing Tangiers Astral Away past 12 years has been named 1951.
EfF I head recruiter at Florida, Coach Smith played college football

Ray Graves announced today. under Coach Wally Butts at Georgia

Which -\.I Smith will replace Sterling in 194346 and was a starting half

[B] Dupree, who resigned to take a back on the College All-Star team

.... job at the University of Georgia. that beat the Chicago Bears 16-0

is VII6lh Graves said Smith was 'tone of in 1947.

your Ar'e. the most respected and best known He played pro football for two

high school coaches in the state. years with the Chicago Cardinals ..

? He has established many friend before beginning his' coaching

favorite ., i ships and contacts, both in Florida career.
b and Georgia." Smith Is scheduled to join the

Smith's Palatka teams have won Gator staff June 5.

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SAE Phi Delt
s
Thinclads Face ,
UF BaseballersMeet


Miami Open Meet In Semis


GeorgiaFlorida's 1964 Season I
Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Phi There are only ten points separating -
Delta Theta go against each other the two teams in the official -
baseball team will so far, but the hitting side of the The Florida track team opens itsl for all the marbles today In their standings. The winner of this
play host to another Southeastern game is lagging.!: outdoor season against the semi-final softball game on Beta game receives 20 points. The loserIs
Conference (SEC) adversary today "Our main problem has been Hurricanes tomorrow afternoon in Field at 4:45.: elimenated. No other team is

and tomorrow at Perry Field when getting a hit when we have men on Miami. The winner of this game will be close enough to catch either of
the Georgia Bulldogs invade the base," Fuller explained. "I'm not the two front runners in total
"It will depend on who is actually the overall winner in the Orange
Sunshine State. really worried about it though because -
ready on Saturday in determinghow League intramural competition,
Today's game starts at 3 p.m. "I know the potential is close the meet will be,"Coach the winner of which will be pre- points.Golf
with Saturday's contest slated for 2 there.
Percy Beard said. "If everyoneis sented with the President's Trophyfor Tennis
p.m.Coach healthy, we have a good chanceto the Orange League.
Dave Fuller will start ; A "
win. The undefeated Phi Delta will Action SlatedThe
Danny Eggart on the mound today
with Jim Diggart getting the nod Beard said he will enter two start Bob Hewitt on the mound.
tomorrow. is 2-0 Baby GatoirsWin,32 men Terry Moran, who has hit four UF tennis team faces the
Eggart on the in most of the events. The Gatorswon
while home runs jnd I s batting a Jacksonville Naval Air Station here
year season Blggart has yet
most of their in the
to figure in a decision after two points thousand, will lead the Phi Deltsin today at 2:30 p.m. The netters
events last but lost
starting running year, the hitting department along with meet Georgia here tomorrow
appearances. out in the field events.
teammate Dave Tyler. afternoon at the same time.
... Fuller expects Georgia to be as
tough as they were last season. The Florida Freshman baseball With the addition of sophomoresPeter The SAEs have a perfect hitter Also today, Coach Buster Bishop's -
The Bulldogs have four pitchers team scored a single run In the Skafte, Tony Bascelli andJ. themselves, in the form of Jim golf team entertains Georgia.
returning from last year--includ- bottom of the ninth to edge St. R. Leach in the javelin, discus Baskerville. Dink Henderson is
ing Jim Bagby,captain Georgia's Johns River Junior College 3-2 and shot put, the Gators should another SAE hitter that Hewitt PATRONIZE GATOR
basketball team during the just here yesterday. are better. will have to be warry of. Hen
concluded season. After Mike Shirah reached firston derson is hitting .857. ADVERTISERS:

Georgia split a pair of games an error to open the inning, r .
with Kentucky in its only SEC Jim Frazier walked and Dave
outings thus far. Hodges moved them both up witha .L-C ==

The Gators are 5-2 on the sea- sacrifice. Harry Ferhman MMMMH&U .
stepped and drove in the win- _" = .. "
son. According to Fuller the Ga- up ,...
tors have been getting the pitching ning tally with an infield grounder.St. .
Johns scored both its runs tt
in the fifth. Florida had taken a
Sailors Will 1-0 lead in the third when Shirah OMti
scored on a double steal.
Ned Woofolk, who hurled the
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