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Reitz Attacks The Florida



State's System


AlligatorVol.56No.l22
UF President J. Wayne Reitz attacked the state's method for hiring
university faculty members Saturday at the annual Alumni Association
meeting here, calling the system "about as archaic" as any In the
nation.
"The system is just as about as archaic as any in the nation," No.122 University of Florida, Gainesville MondayMarch 23,1964
he said, adding Florida is one of the few states In which faculty appoint-
ments must the board for ..
go beyond governing approval. -r ? -
.
"This could possibly infringe
on the freedom and structure of u' t I 4 11it9 vrt"'i' +a' @ W WS(
the university some day," he .1
New Division added. //:4'
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Two R's research and res-
ponsibility .. have keynoted the : t k p 4
EstablishedEstablishment UF's progress this year, Retiz
told some 250 alumni at the annual
meeting held In connection with 1'Y!
of a Division of alumni weekend here on campus.
Development Services at the UF Retiz said there has been an
was revealed here Saturday duringthe increased feeling of achievementand to 3 f,
Y
annual spring meeting of the expectation at the UF this r
UF Alumni Association. the administration and J T
year among
**
*
Announcement of the new func- faculty members.
tion was made by President J. "Research Is becoming more
Wayne Reitz following approval by Important and the responsibilities
the Alumni Executive Council of a of the UF to the state are greater
request for alumni funds to assist than ever, he added.
In the support of the operation. He said the university could
The major portion of support for have done much more research
the new division is from private if more personnel were availableto r
funds. do the work. r e
"The UF has become an institution -
Primary functions of the new with business In all parts
division, Reitz said, would be the of the state, but without losing T :
organizing for solicitation of addi- sight of its central purpose of
tional financial support from private education students," he said. 4
sources and coordinating fund He added the faculty has endured
excessive teaching loads in the
raising efforts by University I
agencies.The past year but its research and i I II
scholarly output has been -. -- -
new operation will fall under increased and Improved. "NOW WHAT TIME WAS THAT AGAIN?"
the direction of the Office of Uni- Reitz said he is "appalled" at
.Good-natured Up Policeman Mell Bishop appears to be questioning an eyewitnessto
versity Relations and Development the number of things which have
headed by Dean HaroldB. not been recognized to make the the "gatornapping" of Albert the Alligator. Not really though. He's just posing at

Crosby. Crosby and Reitz indicated UF a greater university. But, the request of an Alligator (newspaper) photographer. (Photo by Ken Heller)
that an announcement mightbe he added that he has been heartenedby i
expected In the very near future passage of the state building
regarding the appointment of a amendment and said it has made Albert 'Gatornapped'The
Director of DevelopmentServices.The long-range planning for the UF
possible.He -
Association endorsed, and said the greatness of a uni- campus' heart beats sadly to the gator pen at 12:30 p. m. Exact time of the crime could
voted to actively support,the Board versity Is linked with the activi- today. Friday to check on Albert and not be established, however, Melvin -
of Regents constitutional amend- ties of alumni and that Florida Albert n, spirit and symbol of found him missing. reported that Albert "was In
ment scheduled for considerationby can't achieve Its aspirations unless the UF was gatornapped Friday. lie said the gate was still locked the pen yesterday."
the voters of Florida In next the UF becomes an even greater According to campus police's and the only way Albert could have As of Sunday evening, Campus
November's general election. institution. "missing gator bureau," UF em- been removed was through a hole police reported no leads in their
ployee, Leslie Melvin said he went cut in'the top of the pen. investigation of the case.

,, 'u'_W ,, ,; NO.-<-"-:' '--W-,-'N --,,; ...> ,,-
Business Fair '" '" N-'< < "

Russia Promises I
just'( Picking!

Says Store Owner Six SJgma Nus caught pansy
picking behind Tigert Hall
Thursday night were charged Return Of FliersWASHINGTON I
Gainesville's first package store Mallard added he felt these next with larceny of university property -
opened March 20. two weeks experience would be and will be referred to )
Owner H. Paul Mallard said his Invaluable to him. Dean of Men Frank Adams' (UPI) -The Soviet men were freed at once.
first day's business was fair, although "Paul's Package Store" is at Office, Campus Police said Union has promised to free the last The two men are Capt. DavidI.
he said he had no experi- 1318 N. E. University Ave. Mallard Friday. two crewmen of the U.S. RD66 jet Holland, 35, of Holland, Minn.,
eiflje judging how much"good busi who also runs a garbage col- i Charged were John Bache, reconnaisance bomber shot down the pilot, and Capt. Melvin J.Kes-
ness" might be. lection service, has had no experience lUC; Dennis Ogden, 2UC; Robert over East Germany March 10 "In sler, 30, of Philadelphia, thenavi-
As of Friday Mallard was the in liquor business.He Shaw, 5AR William the very nearest future,' gator-instructor. Rusk did not
only one of 30 awarded licenses leased part of a four-part Poole, 3BA; David Kanigel, Secretary of State Dean Rusk said specify exactly when or how they
who had picked one up before the building to begin business. He f.' 2UC; and Paul Rapp, 1UC. yesterday. would be returned to the West. 1
April 1 cutoff date. said he has ideas of expanding,but Plants and Grounds workers The announcement ending fears Russia Saturday returned the
Full year liquor licenses cost no definite plans. Friday morning replaced the that the two U.s. Air Force officers injured third crewman, 1st Lt. ,II f
$1200, but starting April 1 they'll Mallard said his prices per uprooted pansies, but the six might be tried on spy charges, Harold W. Welch, 24, of Detroit,
cost $600. bottle of liquor are about the sameas boys were told that they will came four days after the United Mich., who had been held in a J
Mallard said he didn't know why out-of-county prices, althoughsome probably have to foot the bill States had formally warned Russia Red army hospital for treatment ,
!. he got his license early, except stores give a discount with by Z" that hopes of a cold war thaw of a broken arm and broken leg
\ that "I was ready to go,why wait?" larger purchases.By : > : JYif.rNt-: ; would be jeopardized unless the since the plane was shot down.

WOULD PAVE WAY FOR INTEGRATION


I Commissioner Richardson Suggests Citizens' 'Task Force'JIM I


BECKY QUINN now before we have any real pro- added. try to find out what went wrong
Staff WriterA blems," he continued. What would Richardson's task in cities like Birmingham," he
rw force do? said.
citizen's task force, designed "The Bi-racial Committee and "I don't have all the answers
N to help prepare Gainesville for organizations like this, say they, for Instant integration," he said, "Then these people, as leadersof
"peaceful, dignified Integration," will help to mediate problems-- "but I do have some ideas--and the community, can work par-
Is one of the first proposals recently they'll put out fires-but I think they aren't taken from the CAA ents, officials, teachers,students-
M elected Jim Richardson the best fire department Is the (Civic Action Association) or any they can bring back the word, so
plans to bring to the city commis- one In the city that doesn't have other brain trust." to speak."
sion. any fires. Richardson said he would suggest Richardson said his proposalwill
"I'm not criticizing the BIRacial "We have to start ,practicing that members of the citizens have to be approved by the
Committee or any other some preventative medicine; not task force survey events In other city commission and funds allocated
group," said Richardson, aUF' just sit by and wait for trouble to cities to determine how to handle before anything can be ac-
professor of finance, "but nothingis start," Richardson said. integration when begins affecting complished."I .
being done. "So far the problem has been Gainesville schools. don't expect any easy time of
"I say we ought to form a re- ignored, even avoided and think "Let these people find out what it," he said, "but we better get
,-esentative group of Gainesville City officials have an obligation the people of Norfolk, Va., did to started before we really have
RICHARDSON residents and let them get to work to do something constructive," he smoothly integrate, and let them trouble."



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TWO BEAUTY QUEENS f


.were crowned on cam-

pus over the weekend. On

the left, Sharon Testy, 20, .,-
from Miami was crowned the

new Miss University of Flo-
i iE
rida at Saturday's Orange-

,. Ypf Blue game.


Miss Testy is shown receiv-

ing the crown from former

p Queen, Jean Salisbury. To
the right, Paula Hicks of
u
Altamonte Springs receivesthe ; lb aAy

symbol of her office as
the new Military Ball Queenat jJh

Saturday's Military Ball.

She i is crowned by the former -

Queen, Susan Saunders.



Jt- ... JI. \ '




f Beauty Contest

Winners Human' T LORD BYRON pI I T



"Beauty contest winners are human contest. She added however, that
too," newly -crowned Miss the time taken is compensatedby SUNDRIES'.. ,& ...COSMETICS. : ii'lit.ji.i..jl.j )" t
of FloridaSharon
University Testy meeting many interesting ... ,
said yesterday adding that the people. '' ...,'. ,, : ". ".,' ;., ....'.'. ', ,.', ,!" ," "" ',: '
expectations of the student body Sharon enjoys being with other
sometimes forgets this. contestants during the contest and -* *
Miss Testy said she feels a said she doesn't really feel she's < "'. : .... .
)
,
great responsibility and challengeto competing with them until the : \ ; ; ; ;. ... : ; {.nt
represent the UF well In the judges start calling the winner's :, ,1.1,5;. \ ast"ljn, 'g'f:1. .t.i.: :. .{ ,,i
'
Miss Florida Contest. She added names. .. .... ; ; ... '; ., .: "! ', : ";" "\':(':r''"!)'"'
., yi'"if"l'") { : li< J.< [ ) :(; .. < ;: !; ; : ; : ; :' : :
that she has learned from the num- For the Miss Florida contest, .. ; : .. :

ber she has of beauty participated contests that ttie in Judges which training she will with combine a dance 9 years routine.of piano In : ''TE: M.f1.. '.kArY. ...H ''ME:'il, t.CO.. .PI .' KAFP4DISCOUNT : ..,:P'H].';: .:

look for naturalness in contestantsas the Miss UF contest she performeda '
well as beauty, poise, and Hawaiian hula dance anda '.H lJ'! E,!!' t t'C'N"l'( .s a ltNg'R. >:)Jfl;
talent. "Charleston" pantomine. She .. .
.. '
: '< ', : ,' ,:' \
1'
i" '; ; : ) :.
<
said the beauty contest judges look .
She said the time taken for a for talent which has developed overa .
contest includes preparation andprecontest long period of time and hopes ,_. _' ....--_,._. _. .-..<
thoughts on how, to do her many years of piano and dance "
her best as well as the 'actualWallace lessons will help her In that area


I FollowedMILWAUKEE


Wis. (UPI -. leader" with Alabama Gov.George ., .' ..
Hostile Wisconsin Democratic Wallace when he returns to the .' '
leaders are set to play"follow the state today for a second stint of .
campaigning for the April 7 presi- ., '
dential primary election.
Keating Urges
The "following" by state Demo- \
cratic powers will be strictly
Bill Support physical as they cross and re- ..
cross the campaign trail of the
avowed segregationist, trying to
WASHINGTON (UPI) -. Sen.
speak to every group or area wherehe '
Kenneth D. Keating, R-N. Y., said has made or plans to make an
yesterday "every citizen should appearance.Gov. .
give his full support" to the pend-
ing Senate "freedom of Informa- John Reynolds, the favoriteson ON ENTIRE STOCK
tion" bill,but Congress also should candidate whom Wallace facesin
help clean Its own house. the primary, started a week's
The bill would require fuer disclosure heavy campaigning last night witha
of many operations now charge that Wallace is tryingto EXCEPT:: CARDS CANDY CIGARETTES30<
secret In the executive branch. "use..consclentious conserva- ,
But Keating noted that "Congress tives" by espousing "a so-called
itself has been under attack for the conservatism."
,
excessive secrecy surrounding its '. \
own operations and the Increasing The state Democratic party '
resort to executive sessions In entered the fray In full array Sat- SPECIAL WHILE SUPPLY LASTS '
questionable circumstances by urday when its administration
some committees." '. ,
committee made plans for an April
He said that Is another case 5 $25 a plate dinner In Madisonto
In which Congress does not prac- raise funds to combat Wallace's
tice what It preaches." Keating campaign. JUSTWONOERfULHAIR' SPRAY 69CLORD .
said he would propose an amend-

ment to the bill when It reachesthe Wallace will reply today to an \ .. .. '. ..... ....... ., ,
Senate floor to require making attack made last week by the official -- ,
public "any communication by a newspaper of the Roman
member of Congress with respectto Catholic Archdiocese of Milwaukee ', "
any judicatory proceeding which labeled his presence in BYRON
fore an administrative agency." Wisconsin as a "moral evil."




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MondayMarch 23,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3

Building May V



End On TimeFlorida's f r,1ft

new general class-
; '''
room building may be completedon ,
time despite the original dif- :
ference between the contractorsbids :
t.
and the money which was des-
ignated for Its construction, according \/l/ I
to a state official
Frank Lenrz Rogers BartleyThere's Attorney General of Florida
,
James W. Kynes told the Alligator -
Saturday the bids will be l'
big news about Living Insurance from Equitable.A reopened sometime within the next ,
new series of policies tfiat give liberalized benefits and new 30 days.

benefits unique with Equitable. There's even a new look to The State Legislator originally

all Equitable policies, making them easier to read and appropriated $1.2 million for the
building, but due to an error in
understand. So if you've been planning to buy
the architectural planning the low
insurance, now's the time to do it. Call The est bid submitted was $280,000

Man from Equitable. Look ahead with- above the appropriation.
Kynes also commented on his
UVING INSURANCE..FROM EQUITABLE recent spat with Governor Farris
Bryant about putting 56 so-called -
g \ policy making positions back under YOU CAN'T EAT I IT

merit system control. but It's good for just about'anything else says Steve
Frank Lentz & "It was an honest difference of
Rogers Bartley
opinion," Kynes said. "I don't Brown, 2UC, as he tries out his Campus Pac for the first

236 S.W. 4th Ave. FR 2-1210 think I would have been fulfilling time. The Pacs are currently on sale for both men and

the duties of my job if I hadn't
women at points around the campus. Proceeds from the
have brought It to the Governor's
I attention. sales will go to the "Dollars for Scholars" program.MoreMeaningToProtestants.



I



By GEORGE MIMS relaxation, and some will go for of our faith," said Laughon.
Staff Writer just partying," Laughon said. "We do not think of Christ as
(This is the first of a five- "Naturally, I would like for yet on the cross. In other words,
part series on Easter running In them to make Easter more impor- Christ is not still dying. He died
the Alligator this week.) tant In their lives through once, and we are trying to
1 "
The migration to the Beaches worship. respond.
the Easter week-end is apparently "Easter Is the peak of hope, "Easter also means to us whatit
becoming a national student tradi- a hope that life can be lived fully did to the ancient heathen In
tion, according to Dr. Fred T. now and forever," Laughon said. the Spring festivals, and more,"
Laughon, pastor of the First According to Laughon, Easter Laughon said.
l Baptist Church of Gainesville. means the same thing to the Pro- "It is true that it Is a seasonof
1 "The students are going to do testant it means to the Jewish new growth for plants and
what they want to do no matter rabbi, and more. vegetation; but to us we simplylet
1,1 just made wry smart buy. 2. It's an item that will stand me what the ministry says." "We are observing the passover nature be a parable to say thata
Would you like to hear about it? in trood d stead throughout my life. "Many will go for fresh air, with the ancient Jews. We do this life can have new growth, like
through Christ who makes It possi- a tree that seemed to be a dead
You sl''l'm nil You don't
can cirs. say ble for us to pass-over from the thing.

Anniversary limitations of life into which the "A person, because of the mes-
fullness and freedom of sage of Easter, can come alive
spirituality' Laughon said. afresh," Laughon said.
HeldThe "The Lord's Supper, at this "Because of the large numbersin
Banquet
time, Is our visible way of demon- the congregation on EasterSunday -
strating the passover." an opportunity is given to
Florida chapter of Alpha Laughon also said he believes the minister that Is unequaled to
t Zeta held its 42nd Anniversary Easter means to the Protestantwhat during the year."
Banquet in the main cafeteria last it does to the Roman Catholic, Instead of condemlng them,
Satruday. Dr. A. Ii. Krezdornwas and more. Laughon suggests ministering to
master of ceremonies.Dean "We are Inspired by the fact their needs and providing them with
M. A. Brooker, Collegeof of the empty cross --- as a resultof the message of Chirst on Easter.
Agriculture, gave the Invocationwith the empty tomb --- that we no (Tomorrow: A Catholic priest
Dr. E. T. York, Provost of longer use a crucifix as the symbol looks at Easter.) (
Agriculture, giving the welcome.
The 1964-65 officers and new advisor -

3. It guarantees security for the 4. It can provide money' for my were Introduced. They were: \
family I expect to have shortly. children! education. C. J. Rogers, advisor; Tom Branan -
chancellor; Billy Cannon, cne-
!
Interesting Is that so? '
'
sor; Bill Dampier, scribe; Ken $
Platt, treasurer, and Bill Gomil-

lion, chronicler. :
Edgar Jowers, an Agriculture
Education senior, was presenteda
Senior of the Year Award.JowersIs r1itrJcjict :

vice-president of Alpha Gamma
l Rho.



Karen Peters



Picked By KSThe t


Annual Pharmacy Awards

5. It can pay off the mortgage 6, PrC'iot'IAnd over 11 million Banquet sponsored by Mortar and
if I die. Or make money people do' Because I was telling! Pestle, Student Branch of the
available for emergencies you jlxnit Living Insurance American Pharmaceutical Association -
or opportunities. Or provide from Equitable. was held Saturday nightat
a lifetime income when I retire. the Holiday Inn.
Tell me more.Look Karen Peters, 3PH of Miami,
if anything was
ood,a lot of people was announced Kappa Psi Sweet-
would have it. heart for the coming year. Miss
Peters Is a member of ZETA sor-
NATIONAL OFFICERS
ority. Members of the court were
For information about Living Insurance, see The Man from Equitable.For Carolyn Msh and Jackie Cornelius .of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority visited the AO Phi
information about career opportunities! at Equitable, see your 3JM, both of Jacksonville.
house Shown here left Dina
recently. are, to right,
Placement Officer,or write to William E.Blex Ins.Employment M.tnagl'r.The Howard and Harold O'steen of
Jacksonville Landis; national president; Sara Berman, national K
EQUITABLE Life Assurance Society of the United States were awarded a
plaque by Kappa Psi for Pharmacists vice-president; Mrs, Louise Weinstein, national ,
Home Office: : 1285 Avenue of the Americas! Nt'WYor1c,N.Y. lOOlfc (1964 of the Year. Rho PI phi treasurer; Mrs. Bobbie Brown, province director;

selected Felix Donatelli of Lake- Mrs. Mary Knight, house mother; and Mrs. Rhalda
land as their Pharmacist of the
Year. Prystowski advisor. (Photo by Carolyn Johnston)



Page 4 The Florida Alligator MondayMarch 23, 1964 EDITOR'S DESKIt's


ced 1hCJ ..i. aJ.. s

Gasparilla DayYay!




Garbage DisposalFor
By WALKER LUNDY now, we have believed the admlnIstratton's rendered their Innate right to pro-
statement about how test. Of these two, we think it is
the past few years, the books used in classrooms across the Editor again the latter case.
state have been held suspect by the controversial legislative InvestI- Only one holiday is awarded dur- the pressures of the trimester

gation committee. And for several trimesters, "I wonder if the Johns ing the present trimester to any system had cancelled Good Fridayas Everyone knows the students

committee is around?" served as the standard prelude to the presentation of the state's universities, and, a holiday. Work, work, work, can't successfully fight the ad-
holidays
of any material that might possibly he construed to deviate from alas, the good old ivy-twined UF said the administration. No ministration. It's a story as old

scrupulously good taste.In didn't make the winner's circle. under the trimester system, as Peabody Hall.

the wake of the Investigations, the actions of the committee The University of South Floridawas they said. No time for It.

prompted editorial comment from most of the major newspapers, the chosen one. It was awarded It would appear this means one of UF President J. Wayne Reitz

using descriptions ranging from "Irresponsibility" to "prudishness". Monday, Feb. 10 off as a holiday, two startling conclusions. told us last week that the Univer-

As It proceeded from Institution to institution like a bear turning one of much importance In the Either USF is a considerablyeasier sity Senate, which last year passedthe

over rocks in a search for earthworms of scandal, it earned the reputation Tampa school's trimester school and can allow such plan that made class on Good

of being able to question the ethics of the most Innocent looking schedule.The ceremonious days as Gasparilla Friday official, had already approved -

material used in our classrooms.The holiday USF received off is Day off, or the trimester pres- the university schedule for

fellow companion with their suspicion of the intellectual has of much more importance than any sure is given too much credit for next year. You guessed it.There's

been the obvious belief by the committee that homosexuality is a per- little day like Good Friday. It's the strict class schedule at the UF. class on Good Friday again.

vasive and dangerous evil that has blighted the reputation of almost much more Important, Intact,than We would be inclined to think it

every public institution they have chosen to Investigate. just about any holiday we can think is the latter. And next year, it will be the

Having reached some kind of plateau in the investigative processesby of.It's But It doesn't matter, really. same song, second verse. Students

obtaining an extension of Its existence (which may well prove to Gasparilla Day. Either UF students are in agree- will again voice mild complaints

be immortal, the committee decided to incorporate the two aspectsof That's right. The UF, Florida ment with attending class on Good about class on Good Friday but will

Its Investigation into one endeavor by writing its own book -- about State University, and USF attend Friday and do not mind, or they wind up attending as usual.
the evils of homosexuality. classes on Good Friday but the blandly accept the fact they will

Judging from the committee's avowed moralistic attitudes, one would USF gets Gasparilla Day off. Until have to attend and have sur- And the administration will

expect Its report to be a paragon of tastefullness and tact with enough counter by blaming the whole mess

descriptive material to properly Identify the subject under attack. on the trimester system and its

i Instead, the committee turned out a booklet that could rival the Attacks Liquor Price FixingEDITOR more rigid academic demands;and
the University of South Florida will
most lewd
pornography as a standardofobscenity.lt contains what some
have called step by step and pictorially substantiated instructions for take Gasparilla Day off.
: It might be a good idea for the
every conceivable type of perversion. The report has been accused of
citizens of Alachua County to con- But, somehow, we feel the storyIs
committing journalistic lcense by Including an impressive of
array According to a news item In sider some means for extractingtheir one of injustice.See .
bibliographical sketches without Including indication of the use of
any the Sun, the new liquor licensees fair share of the monopolytake. you in class Friday.
technical material or data on basic homosexual problems treated in
the have held their first pep meeting. Say, through an increasein
report. Some of these new licensees have local liquor license fees. As a .
If the report had been Intended for private use and study by the
decided to keep the local liquor minimum, we should expect our
committee and other carefully selected and responsible organizations
industry "ethical" through a sys- local dealers to compete with the SCENES IN THE UF SCRAP-
the bluntness and Insubstantiatlon might be partially defended however
; tem of price-fixing and political low-cost operators and still keep BOOK --Parking places last Tues-
the report contains a solicitation for sales at 25 cents eachand due to
activity designed to increase the our community standards high. day and Thursday nights were at
the absence of a copyright it may be reproduced by anyone
unscrupu-
a premium while the sophomoretests
monopoly power the public has so The citizens of Gainesville
lous to to the
enough go trouble.
freely granted.The should insist on competitive prices were being given. Funny
The reproduction, like the original, would contain the ultimate *
and not be misled by false claims thing, though, since sophomorescan't
In obscenity with the official sanction of the state, as evidenced by great scramble for licenses
drive cars in Alachua County.
about out of town "cutraters"and
the presence of the great seal of Florida. Is evidence enough that their value
Yeah, funny thing. .The group of
the high ethical standards of
And the committee will have attempted to eradicate a cupfull of far exceeds the various license
University of Michigan students
smut.. by burying it under a mountain of garbage. taxes that the liquor store opera- the local operators. Strict enforcement -
who stopped by the to see
campus
tors must pay. The practice of by local authorities,not
W.C.N.
restricting the number of local high prices will keep our local Albert, the Alligator, only to find
industry clean. The ethics of some he had been gator-napped...
licenses is designed to serve the
Absentee Albert licensees have already been made
1 public Interest,not to create mono- ...The grand march at the Military -

We can stand class on Good Friday. We can even stomach the seven- poly profits for the lucky few. clear enough through their price- Ball Saturday night that took
fixing plans. In view of this
more
hour sophomore tests (we're seniors). But this has gone far enough. And now the recipients of this or less open meeting of price- 45 minutes to get started and then II
have decided to
There's a limit to human, or rather alligator decency. public largesse, fixers finally fizzled like' an Atlas mls-
it
Is likely that the indi-
organize for political purposes and sle..The pretty Florida coed who
Sometime last Friday, person or persons unknown gatornappedour viduals involved this conspiracy
fearless mascot Albert the from his to prohibit competition among shivered through the Orange and
alligator, pen just northof really don't know how to conspireto
themselves. All this is done In
Blue night in an
the Century Tower. game Saturday
the name of keeping the Industry fix prices. Hopefully, there
As of this trace of the Irredescent blue cocktail dress in
writing, no man-eating reptile had been uncovered clean. may be some licensees who will
by police working on the case. recognize the need to meet the wind-swept Florida Field while

Since this newspaper was named In honor of Albert and since his There Is much to be said for outside competition and refuse to her date stood In full Army ROTC

playful antics have endeared him to the hearts of us all, The Alligator selling these licenses to the high- go along with any price-fixing uniform next to her commenting,
demands the return of our mascot. est qualified local bidders. The scheme. "It's a rough life."

1 Whether it be a childish prank by a group of Florida State students proceeds should go to the public The 300 votes the liquor opera- .. .The measle-lnfected Floridaman

P who don't know any better, or a master plot by the Soviet Union to treasury. After all, the value of tors "control" cannot withstandan who had his clothes smuggledinto

q undermine the morale of America's youth, we demand action. these licenses Is created by the aroused public opinion.if liquor the infirmary so he could

We are convinced Albert was gator-napped and just didn't walk restrictions created by a public prices in Gainesville are not competitive escape. He did, on his second

t away from his cage. Anyone who knew Albert atall knows he wouldn't law. They would have no valueat I will buy elsewhere and attempt: UF beware...The student

waste the energy it would take to escape of his own free will. all If they were freely available switch my support to the "drys." who fell asleep in second period
Search the dormitories! comb the library stacks, probe the kitchensof to all reputable businessmen. -
class the class
slept through
Food Service, explore the heights of the Century Tower. The total value of the licenses Milton Kafoglis
Assistant break, and woke up during the third
Albert must be found. Justice must prevlal. given away runs into many Professor,
EconomicsP.S. period class in the same room,
thousands of dollars.
W.W.L. still thinking It was second

Instead of paying high dues period. .The Florida man who fell

to a price-fixing organization,per- down a flight of stairs in the libraryas

haps the operators should pay he tried to view the luscious

higher local taxes to defray the retreat of a Florida coed. ..

Increased costs of law enforcement .. .Some of the many scenes in

Imposed by their industry. the UF scrapbook...

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Campus Briefs


FellowshipsTen Ushers ,,' They Hold Rights Key

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University of Florida Men and women students WASHINGTON (UPIEighteen prolonged civil rights debate, a President Johnson an Important
nuclear science and engineering Interested In ushering for uncommitted senators, ten Repusurvey reported last night. personal roles In the eventual
students were a- Lyceum Council should leave 'lit. blicans and eight Democrats, hold It cast Senate Republican Lea- showdown over whether the Senatecan
warded fellowships Fridayfor their name In the Lyceum the key to halting the Senate's der Everett M. Dirksen, 111., with muster the necessary two-
graduate study by the Council Office, Room 108, thirds vote to end the debate.
United States Atomic Energy Music Building by the end ; The survey was prepared and
Commission. of this week. Probers circulated by the nonpartisan National -
Baker
I! Committee for an Effective
WinnersWinners Congress, a private group that

Elections of the Florida 1't Have Their DutyWASHINGTON endorses dates. It was congressional released as candi-Sen.

Northwest Broward recently engineer thesis contest If-' Jacob K. Javits, R-N.Y., told a
elected major hall were: First place $100 \. home state television audiencethat
council officers for next fall. Leon W. Couch II, 7EG, The (UPI) Two and fast decision on the InvesU a- around the clock ses-
The new officers are: Nancy Principles of Compatible a Republican senator said yester- tion's future was expected. sions will be needed in three or
Stable, president; Jeanne Color Television; Second k : day the Senate Rules Committeehas Committee Chairman B.Everett four weeks in the debate that Is
Bender, vice president;Nic- place $50 Martin Schatz, the duty to pursue its RobertG. Jordan, D-N.C. has made It clear now two weeks old.
ky Brown, secretary; Pat 7BA, A Few Facts and Biased (Bobby) Baker investigation that legislative recommendations The survey's tabulation showed
Walsh, treasurer, Vicky Opinions About Research til all the facts are In. stemming from the Baker Investi- 41 Democrats and 18 Republicans-
Azif, Judy Farmer and Bob- Development personnel. One of them, Sen. Clifford P. gation will apply to senators,their or a total of 59 senators-presently
by Glick, floor representatives Case, R-N.J., also called on the staffs, all officers and employesof disposed to vote for cloture, or
and GIn Nardi, Mari- Senate to consider legislation requiring the senate. ending debate. That leaves eight
lyn Werner and Sue At- Air SocietyThe senators as well as em- Special counsel L.P. McLendonhas votes needed for cloture from
teridge, honor council. ployes of the Senate to disclose announced that hearings will among the 18 uncommitted, if all
Receiving the fellowshipsare Dale Mabry Squadronof their assets, liabilities, Interestsand be held probably this week- 100 senators are present for the
: Robert GlffordCockrell the Arnold Air Society business deals. dealing with an alleged forgery showdown.The .
Birmingham, Ala.; elected officers for the 1964- The other, Sen. Jacob K. Javits, on Baker's 1961 tax return and a
Thomas Howard Scott, 65 term Thursday. R-N.Y., disassocated himself from return for the plush Carousel survey suggested that even-
Florence, Ala; C.A.Holmes Officers elected were: any GOP charge that the committee Motel, which Baker helped build on tually, the 10 uncommitted Republicans -
Eubanks, II Aurora, Colo.; President, Ronald King; investigation was a "white Maryland's Eastern Shore. "and largely Mr. Dir-
Richard Smith Denning, Executive Officer, James wash." He said such charges are ksen himself, will determine the
Gainesville; Michael War- Miles, Operations Officer, merely name calling. But he AK P Awarded final content of the bill."

ren Golay, Coral Gables; David Weiland; Administrative added that it was inconceivablethe The survey did not name names.It .
Tristram Bet h e a McCall, Officer, Timothy Bur- hearing would be ended now. William Sollee, 4BA, was stated, however,that 18 Southern
Maitland; Quentin Lee Mil- leigh; Comptroller, Robert The partisan wrangle over the awarded the Alpha Kappa Psi Democrats and five Republicanscan
ler, North Miami; Robert B. Venezia; Chaplin, Carl future of the investigation pro- Scholarship Placque and merit key now be counted to oppose
Razminas, Gainesville; Heishman; Information Ser- bably will be resumed today at for scholastic excellence at aban- cloture.
James Albert Woolley,Coral vices, Walter Tullis and Fa- a closed-door meeting of the com- quet at Holiday Inn. "The eight doubtful Democratsare
Gables; and Richard.Nor- culty Advisor,Major Ray- mittee. Democratic members pro- Sollee received the placque and Southern, Border and Western
wood Gurley, Newton, N.C. mond Waldorp. USAF. bably will agree to discuss a list key for attaining the highest senators whose traditional posturehas
of suggested witnesses presentedby scholastic record for the past been opposed to cloture."

a9 ,' : : : :,v:. !,, fi ;: "",," the Republicans. But no hard three years.

THIS IS THE
COMMITTEE APPROVES FOUR POINT PLAN
SHIRT THATSTARTED

Off-Campus Housing Revisions OK'dThe

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UF took a major step Wed- the Dean of Student Affairs, stu- campus housing. Establishment of minimum 7.I.alas..sLLi
nesday toward the improvement of dent Government and the OffCampus "The proposed program is a written standards will enable both
said. coordinated effort to produce uni- the student and landlord to clearly j.w
off-campus housing oy approvingthe Housing Office, Opp
the form standards and secure better understand what is required for
was okayed by
proposal for a four-point revision The proposal .
program for such housing, Committee on Student Housing and off-campus housing for students," recommendation of housing by the
according to Carl B. Opp, head has been sent to Lester L. Hale, Opp said. off-campus housing office,accord-
dean of Student Affairs. Point one of the proposed four- ing to Opp.
of the UF's Off-Campus Housing the
Point two concerns prepara-
Office. Hale will submit portions of the point program is to set minimum rental
tion and use of uniform
This is a university-wide pro- proposal to several committees for standards on physical accomoda- agreement forms, subject to the
tions for all types of rental housing -
consideration before releasing -
gram, it represents the concernof further approval of the landlord.
the Student Health Department, an official program on off- for UF students. .

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ArcheologistTo
African I

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Speak On CampusDr. i I Color ParadeFor ACCEPT NO

SUBSTITUTEFOR
Spring 64A
J. Hlllis Miller Health Centerin
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Committee.An
whose
Louis L.B. Leakey
earlier lecture concerningthe Room H-611. His topic will be I
1959 discovery of a prehistoricman
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in East Africa set back the paleo-ecology of Africa will "Culture and Behavior. review of the new colors
dates of man's existence on earthto be given by Leakey in the Florida All the lectures are open to the I for Spring shows that pink is -
almost two million years and Union Auditorium at 3 p.m. This public. the leader, followed closelyby
established Africa as the cradleof will be sponsored by the Leakey, a Britisher, and his lilac and mint. Fashion experts
civilization, will be on the Department of Biology.On wife Mary, worked in relative obscurity predict pink trimmed dynnaa Boar
UF campus March 30 and 31. Tuesday, Leakey will speakat at the Olduvai Gorge site with white as the pacesetterfor WHEN FINE SHIRTS
Leakey will talk Early Man"in 8:40 a.m. in McCarty Audi- in East Africa for over 30 years Spring.
University Auditorium March torium on "The Kikuyu and Mau before finding a skull and shin- Gilberg's, The House of 1000 ARE CONSIDEREDThis

30, at 8 p.m. The public lectureis Mau" under the auspices of the bone of Zinjanthropus, a man- Fabrics Is showing their newI
sponsored by the University's Department of Anthropology and like creature which used tools and I Spring fabrics in color tables is the shirt without -
Public Functions and Lectures 12:30 p.m., he will speak at the lived about 1.750.000 years ago. I in order that customers can compromise. .
-- select any type of fabric in the Button down
Until Zinjanthropus was found, color of her choice. See the proper
Forestry Students man was thought to have existedon displays at your local Gil- collar, Tapered body,
earth for little over one million berg's store at 109 West University Box pleat and locker

Awards years and Mesopotamia, in Asia, Ave. loop at back, master-
Receive was believed to be the cradle of I
Oxford.In
civilization. fully tailored in .
were Hugh Robert McKain,of Jacksonville white classic color-
Darrel Roberts, of Belfry, Ky., ,
and James Billie Gomillion, Mil- Richard W.Poole,of Boca ings, and stripes. Only
ton, were awarded $1,600 scholar- Raton and James H. Vandenburgof consideration is
ships Thursday night to the UF Gainesville.All your

Forestry School by the St. Regis three are majoring in CASH necessary. .....
Paper Company.The forestry management.A from $5.951rnYic
awards were presented at
the Annual Forestry Club Banquet, Rayonlor Foundation Senior
which saw scholarships and awards Fellowship of $500 was awardedto
totaling better than $5,000 givento Dennis F. Howerton, of Tampa, ;

forestry students. a products technology major. MARION FINANCEFR
The St.Regis Scholarships break MlM'f SHOE
down to $400 each trimester for Kenneth R.Dixon,Gainesville,
will receive $375 annually for two 1117 W. University
four trimesters.
or until he completes his 6-5333 Loans up to $600 222 W. Univ. Ave.
Recipients of the J.B. Adkins years
Memorial Awards of $400 each degree in Wildlife Management.



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Univ. Extension 2832 Appliances repaired, small and
1960 Nash Metropolitan, radio and One bedroom apt. $60.00 per Waiter wanted -. Must be 21. Apply
or Room 14, Fla. Union heater. Take up the payments $39 month. 225 S. W. 3rd Ave. Call in person before 3 p.m. at large. Charlie's Fix-it Shop, In
rear of Gator Groomer Laundry.
month. Good transportation, very FR 2-3794 or 2-1823 from 6:00 Resale's Restaurant. 376-6335.
1618 N. W. 1st Ave. joining Uni-
economical. Owner entering Army. to 9:00 p.m. (B-120-tf-c). (E-120-tf-c).
I versity post office 2-7233 or 6-
I For Sale Also Kodak Instamatic 300(photo --
eye) only $30.00 w/case. Call 3 bedroom, 2 bath brick home. Student, background in construction 9346. (M-106-tf-c).

6-3851 Presby Student Center and All new appliances. Walking dis- and sales helpful but not
56 Vespa scooter-new tag, new ask for Rual Chandler or leave tance to University and elementary necessary. Unlimited ear n i n g s, Babysitting .40 hour -- (anytime).

paint, runs good. $65. Frank message and I'll call you. (A- school. Furnished or unfurnished. depends on willingness to work. Ironing $2.50 basket. Call 2-7601,
Beardsley, FR 6-9236. (A121It..I 121-tf-p). 2-3357. B-120-5t-c). Can work part-time or full time. 120 N. W. 9th St. (M-89-5t-c).

)). interview appointment call
For
Cooperative living organization 372-0481. (E-121-4t-c). NESTOR'S -- TV, RADIO, HIFI
Student selling 8 x 28 mobilehomecomplete
.1 f For Rent I accepting applications for summer SERVICE. Tubes checked free
bath facilities with Free estimates. Next to Florida
students
ROOM AND BOARD $52
tub. Hickory Hill Trailer Park. I I lot. 1627
month. Good study environment. Real EstateBUY Bookstore parking N. W.
Inquire at office, 3766982. (A1215t..c Attractive large room in quiet Phone FR 2-9616 immediately. 1st Ave. Phone FR 2-7326. (M-
). modern home. Ideal for student 67-MWF-c).
(B-122-5t-c).
who needs a desirable place to A DUPLEX -- WHY PAY
200 L. P. records for sale. Individually study. FR 27883. (B-111-tf-c). RENT? Live in one side and CHILD CARE Permanent basis.
or as package deal at I. WantedNeed I lease the other side for enough to Home with large backyard. $10

bargain price -- Half classical, Air-conditioned efficiency apart- make the mortage payments. If week. Call 372-6950. 3026 N.. W.
half popular. All records in good ments. Suitable for 2-3 people, you buy at the right price and in 13th St. (M-117-5t-p).
condition, many perfect. 2-3811 $70 per month. 1829 N. W. 2nd ride to Miami Beach 12:15 the right location -- you have a

after 6:00 p.m. weekdays only. Ave. Suitable for 3-4 people $100 p.m. or later on March 27-Daniel GOOD INVESTMENT as well as EUROPEAN JOBS -- TRAVEL
(A-121-tf-p). per month. 1518 N. W. 4th Ave. Shain -- Tolbert, Room 637. FR a place to live. Why not call me GRANTS for all students. Life-

i Tenants pay electric only. Also 2-2913. (C-121-lt-p). and I'll give you a list to compareand guarding, office work, etc. For
LAW LIBRARY. Florida Statues, available for fall trimester. Call choose from wayne Mason porspectus, application send $1;
American Jurisprudence, Federal evenings 6-4353. (B-114-tf-c). Female wanted to share apartment c/o Arnold Realty Co., 1219 W. Dept. C., ASIS, 22 Avenue de la
Penal Code and others. $150 a during summer trimester with Univ. 3723522. (1-119-5t-c).. Liberte, Luxembourg City, Grand
set or$500 for complete LIBRARY. FURNISHED APARTMENTS FOR girl, now student, will be working.
Duchy of Luxembourg. (M-113-
Library cost approximately $6000new. RENT: Two bedroom furnished Call 4-6 p.m. 2-6381 Carol, Room .
18t-p)
Call 6-8115 or 2-6748 nights. student apartments. Right near 1408. (C-118-3t-p). I Autos r

(A-119-51-C). campus. Will accomodate up to POWER MOWERS and EDGERS
four students comfortably. Special WANTED 1950-54 FORDS and :
1958 VOLKSWAGON with sunroof, repaired. All work guaranteed.
SEWING MACHINE 1964 Automatic summer rates. Call Mrs. Jones, CHEVROLETS. Al Herndon's radio, heater, whitewall tires, Pick up and delivery. Minimum
Zlg-Zag. Must sell. Like new, FR 6-5636. So near campus you Service Station. Located 916 S. E. $500. Call FR 2-7907 during noon charges $2.00. Charlie's Fix-it

zig-zag. Sews on buttons, makes need no car. (B-120-tf-c). 4th St. (C-83-tf-c). hour any week day or 2-7483 Shop. 1618 NW 1st Ave. Call

button holes. Does fancy stitching. from 6-7 weekend. 2-7233. (M-106-tf-c).
G- ;
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Includes
Suite of 2 rooms furnished, p.m. any
Ride wanted to Mexican border,
Only $6.00 Small balance
per mo. ,
Suitablefor 121-4t-p).
utilities. QUITE
Call FR 2-2051. (A-120-5t-p). or to Mexico City. All your expenses ,
1 or 2 persons. This includes paid. Leaving on or about 63 Galaxle hard top. Air condi-

NEW HOMES IN PINE FOREST.A study and sleeping room. Located April 20. Contact: R. M. Dorsey tioned, heater, radio, windshield 9AlR CLASSIFIEDS
and town. B-
near campus ( C-120-tf-c .
few ready for Immediate occupancy Ext. 2832. ( ) washers. $2695. Good financing.
119-tf-c).
Gainesville's fastest grow- Call owner after 5:00 weekdays :
ing new home community. VA, Large, comfortable front corner- Female to share 2 bedroom apt. 2-7658. (G-120-3t-c). gETRfSuLT5'
For either "A" or "B" termor
Located downtown. Arranged
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Inc., N. E. 16th Ave. and 15th St. for 2 male students. Kitchen full summer trimester. 3 MUST SELL -- 58 Volkswagon -
2-1551. (A-70-tf-c). and other privileges. 6-4592. blocks from campus. $35/month good condition, Blue, heater,seat-
(B-104-tf-c). Includes rent and utilities. Call belts, seat covers, rear seat plat- 1 1iA'U
2-9389 Sandy or Diane rm 215.
25 II. P. electric starting, out form, excellent mechanical con- :
board motor. 16' gator trailer. New Ranch Home. 2 bedroom, (C-122-lt-p). dition. $600. Call 61151. (G-

Remote control, and steering wheel living room and dining area, tile 120-5t-c).

$225 Call FR 2-0976 after 7 p.m. bath and garage. 2 rooms air- Need ride to Miami Beach 12:15
(A-114-3t-c). conditioned. For information write p.m. or later on March 26-Daniel 1958 Volkswagon, new paint, new
Box 185 Flagler Beach. Call 439- Shain-Tolbert, room 637. FR 2- tires and muffler, 1963 Ford Gal-
2123. The Ranch is located southon 2913. (C-122-lt-p). axle 500. Call 372-7658 alter
Professional MAGNACORD tape- 441, turn right (go West on 121)) 5:00 p.m. (G-120-3t-c).
deck model M30 with M33 play The J. W. Robinson Ranch is the
back and record amplifier in one second house on Rt. 346A. (B- I Lost & FoundLOST I 1961 Sprite. Excellent mechanically. -
unit. Make offer. 372-1674. (A- 118-4t-p). Chassis clean, tonneau cover, of Hillel Annual

121-3t-c). side windows and good top. Clean
Class ring in front of Passover Sederwill
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Yulee Area. Lost Wednesday even-
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across from 1st national bonk to University. Shown by resident .
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Apts. 402 N. W. 18th St. FR 2- ECONO-CAR No additional charge Hillel office, 16 NW
3357. (B-119-10t-c). to drop-off car in downtown Jack- TYPING done on electric IBM.
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.in this grueling 12 hour sportscar endurance race. In the pic- On the right the same number 22 is shown overtaking one of

tore on the left Mike Parkes, one of the two winning drivers of Fer fife Ford Cobras that was in the race. The cobras made a much

rari number 22, is shown straining at the steering wheel as he whips better showing of themselves this year, but they still could not

his Ferrari around the treacherous hairpin turns of the 5.2 mile break the hold that the Italian made Ferraris have on one of

track. America's best known sports car races.
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TO THE WINNERS GO THE SPOILS AS MIKE PARKES AND score of 27-3 Is generally four in registering his third con-
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associated with the game of foot- secutive win of the year.
.Umberto Maglioli of winning Ferrari number 22 accept the Alitalia Trophy from ball. But It was by this highly Two runs In the first Inning

Miss Florida, Flora Joe Chandonnet of Miami. The two drivers led a one, two, three unlikely baseball margin that the were all the Gators needed,as Eg-
Florida Gators crushed Georgia In serious trouble.
gart was never
of the 12 hour Ferraris. (Photos by Phil Krug)
sweep race by here Saturday to complete asweepof The twin wins upped Florida'sSEC
their two-game series with the record to 4-0 and boosted
Bulldogs.The coach Dave Fuller's team to the
Phi Delts Beat SAE's 3-2 Gators had further humi- top of the conference's Eastern
liated Georgia 4-0 on Friday as Division. Standing 7-2 overall,
Danny Eggart spun a three-hitter. the Gators face Georgia Tech here
Phi Delta Theta brought down Epsilon 3-2 in a semi-final softball for the Orange League supremacy.It Saturday's one-sided displaywas this weekend in another pair of
the curtain on one of the closest game at Beta Field Friday. also guaranteed the Big Blue a mismatch from the first conference outings.Thinclads.
I Orange League races in many The win pushed Pni Delt 30 the President's Trophy which goesto inning, when Florida scored seven
years by defeating Sigma Alpha points ahead of SAE In the race the winner of the Orange League times. Eight innings later 27 Win
"W ,....-.; '" _.,. --- crown. Florida batters had reached home,
SAE lost a vital run In the first and the Perry Field Scoreboard
inning when Dink Henderson failedto showed at least one run In every Florida's track team opened Its
touch third base as he attemptedto Inning for the Gators.If season on a bright note Saturdayby
score on asingle by Jim Basker- anything, the lopsided affair whipping the University i of
Y ville. was a lesson in the importanceof Miami 77-68 in Miami.'
The Lions still managed to takea pitching in baseball. While It was the first time the Gators
jG slim 1-0 first inning lead as five erratic Georgia hurlers were ,I have beaten the Hurricane track
Charley Edwards tallied on a Phi issuing 15 walks and 17 hits, the men in four years.
Delt error. Gators' Jim Blggart went the full George Leach led Florida with
Phi Delt stormed back with two nine innings, allowing the Bulldogssix first place finishes In the 100 and
runs in their half of the thirdto hits and one earned run. 200-yard dashes. Leach also was a ,.
R I move ahead 2-1. The win was Blggart's first decision member of the winning 440-yard
Er A single by Skip Peetigrew, of the year. relay team.
Russell Patten's triple, and Terry Bill Blomgren and Earl Mont- Jerry Wilson set a uf track
Morna's sacrifice fly accountedfor gomery led Florida's smashing mark when he jumped 44-feet-10-
the two runs. performance at the plate with three inches In the hopstep and Jump.
Neither team could muster a hits apiece. One of Montgomery'swas Pete Rowe won the 440-yard run
rally until SAE put ,together a the Gators' first homerun of for Florida. Howe also anchoredthe
double by Joe Davis and a singleby the year -- a fifth Inning shot winning mile relay team.
Bill McQuagge to score In the over the left field barrier. Florida's Jim Brown copped the "
sixth. The Gators' big innings were the 880-yard run.
The run knotted the game at first and the seventh, when they The Florida freshmen defeatedthe
two all. scored seven runs, and the fourth, Baby Hurricanes 10-7 In a
Phi Delt came right back with when they scored five. Florida was preliminary meet. Harry Winklerled
_. the eventual winning run in their ahead 17-0 before Georgia could the Baby Gators with victoriesin
--------- half of the Inning. manage a lone score in the fifth. the discuss, shot put and- high
THt PHI DELTS RUSSELL PATTEN IS Moran's oneout triple and Terry Friday's 4-0 conquest was jump.

.out at home as he tries to score against the SAEsin McGriff'8 long fly clinched the mostly a Danny Eggart production.The Scott Hager aided the cause with
the Blue. wins in the high and low hurdles,
softball Cup for A11-SEC righthander handcuffed -
semi-finals of the League
the Orange
Phi Deft now meets Sigma Nu the Bulldogs on three bits, while Florida's David Wilson won
championships. Charlie Edwards is making the tag. for the softball championship. walked only one, and struck out the one and two-mile runs.



Page 8 The Florida Alligator MondayMarch 23, 1964



I dull Gator Pleased At Overall Play I IBy




JOHN CLENDENON eration next year with two teams game for 216 yards and one touch- the other Spurrier payloads. Gators return as veterans at that
Sports Writer playing both ways and a third team down. Graves also hinted at some pos position, Bill Richbourg and Larry
Gator head coach Ray Graves playing a strictly offensive role. sible changes in the interior line, Beckman.
didn't hesitate to sum-up Satur- The "Head Gator" said that Three of his completions were come September.With Among the "Interested" observers -
day's Orange and Blue Intrasquad Steve Spurrier the sophomorefield of the 40-yard variety. A 40- in the press box were
game in four well-chosen words. general for the Orange, was yard strike to end Lynn Mathewsin a surplus of talent and beefat scouts "from a handful of teams the
"A typical spring game," ticketed for the quarterback spoton the second quarter set up the the tackles, Graves mentionedthe Gators will meet in the fall.
Graves observed after the game, the offensive team. Spurrier first Orange score. Allan Tram- possibility of switching a coupleof Spying for Southern Methodistwas
won by the Blue, 2712. "Therewas completed 12_of 27 passes in the mell and Dick Kirk latched on to tackes to guard. Only two Charlie Driver. He was"im
a lot of hard hitting and an ---- pressed" with the size of the Gator

equal number of mistakes. tackles -- "especially Murphy
"The mistakes," Graves said, (Dennis) and Gagner (Larry).
"were discouraging. We've still "Those boys are hitting hard
got a long way to go to get ready { 6 IcR out there," he said. "Floridawill
for that tough schedule ahead of have a big weight advantageon
us." us when we play in the fall."
Quickly changing his tune to the The Gators play host to the
brighter and more pleasing facets Mustangs Sept. 19 at Florida Field.

.... of the contest, Graves praised the Driver also lauded the play of
running of the offensive backs, the Dupree and Kirk.
aggressive defensive play, and the FSU scout, Bill Proctor, a late
"Improved overall performance"of arrival at the game after view-
the ends. ing the Seminoles' spring game in
Among the backs, Graves lauded the afternoon, praised the throwingof
the determined running of Alan Spurrier and the running of
(The Raven) Poe, Jack Harper, Trammell and Dupree.
Dick Kirk, Jimmy Jordan, and ry y
SCORING
All-America candidate Larry Du-
pree.
Blue 7-0-14-6 27
Graves said the line play was
Orange 0-6 -6"() 12
"Improved." He praised the line- y---=_ .".___ __u_____, _."'___'._ .. .__._.....___ ._.__
backing work of Roger Pettee for BRUCE BENNETT IS SHOWN HERE AS"HE ATTEMPTS
Blue -- Bennett, 1-yd, plunge
the Orange and Jack (Wild) Card
for the blue. Graves noted that .a second half pass against the White team. Blocking for Bennett is Allen (Lyle Kick)

Card has hampered somewhat by a Poe. The blue won the intrasquad game 27-12 Poe was singled out by head
Orange -- Mathews, 2 yd. pass
sprained Graves ankle.said Florida will "def- coach Ray Graves as a fine hard running halfback who figures prominently in from Spurrier (point

initely" go with a three-team op- future Gator. football plans. failed)
-- -
I' -
.f a ; y ., r MJ Blue -- Durpee, 1-yd. plunge
., ;k '.", fA < .: ."., TI
\ c'f: "'' (Lyle.Kick)
; ,I 'l 1." : .;-1. : '','", -.J 't
d" ii-\: > ', { >j Gofers SecondThe
,,
( ,y'I F Blue .. Wilkes, end zone fumble
recovery (Lyle Kick)

I UF came in second in a wood tied for first place on the Orange -- Baeszler 14-yd. run
field of eight in the Southern Intercollegiate rings, and Charlie Salomon tooka (point failed)
Gymnastics League first on the parallel bars.

n Championship held this weekendat All nine members who made the Blue -- Jordan, 4 yd, run
the Citadel in Charleston, S.C. trip placed in the preliminary for (point failed).
In scoring 141 points,the Gators the finals, and all scored at least
finished only six and one-halt one point in competition.
points behind the winner,David Kelley led the UF in scoring .
*Y Lip comb. with 29 points,followed by Harwood
They beat arch-rival Florida with 22,Deane with 20, Burt Nor-
State by over 75 points. The gOrdon with 16, Chris Walker with
Seminoles finished fourth behind 16, Solomon with 14 and one-half,
I Georgia Tech. Roy Gonzalez with 10,DanDramenwith
The Gator Gymnasts were ahead nine and one-half, and Bing
until the last two events when David Michael with one.
Lipscomb showed its supremacy in ------
THIS MAY BE ONE OF THE REASONS WHY, THE both tumbling and the horizontalbar I

.gymnast did so well on their recent trip to Charleston to snatch the victory away
from Florida.
South Carolina. While the don't
pretty girls The Gators walked away with

make the trips with the team there are a whole host four first place medals. Charlie Light and

of them just as pretty as Kay Lundquist (pictured Deane took first place on the
highbar, Bill Kelley and Bob liar- Right.... i -eV
here)
.
_
'IT'Ll- KNOCK ,
Gator Go/fers/ new'o/ ,I
Compete- YouR lYE OuT! stylingin '

CAPE CORAL -- The UF will tins College, Stetson University,
be one of seven state schools and Florida State University, Florida Yhki T11'i easy.-wear '\ I
three out-of-state powers competing Presbyterian College and Florida short
in the 1964 Florida Invitationaland Southern College. It Itj ,.'
Intercollegiate Champion- Players will be vying for school sleeved S
ships here, April 24. and Individual honors. In the Invitational L Y knits.
The 72-hole medal play event division, open to each : ,
will be contested on the par 72 of the 10 teams, awards will be p
Cape Coral Golf Course, a rolling presented for best overall team
6,726-yard challenge of waterwaysand score, low freshman and low var-
tricky approaches. sity golfer. Trophies in these three
Houston, Wake Forest, and Columbia categories will also be presentedin ANOTHER ALAN'S
,
: 'e, University are the three the intercollegiate division.
CUBANA FIRST
national entries in the tournament. Opening round of 18 holes will j :

Florida schools participating in oe played on Thursday (April 2)), TH ';HOT
the three-day Championships are followed by 36 holes on Friday,

,. the University of Miami, UF, Rol- and the final 18 holes on Saturday.' I IMEAT'&ALL HEllo lliouptree j !t


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