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Title: The Florida alligator
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Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: March 25, 1964
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I ViolenceRemains The FloridaI{

In Jax UprisingJACKSONVILLE Alligator .I

Fla. (UPI) Nearly 200 persons were
Fifteen-hundred screaming, rock- arrested in the violence. Police
throwing Negro youths battled took 45 Juveniles and 6 adultsin
police, set fire to a car and beata custody Tuesday, and 127 per- Vol .56, No. 124 University of FI orida,Gai nesvi I I e WednesdayMarch 25,1964
newsman yesterday In continua- sons were arrested Monday night.
tion of a bloody but seemingly Police sealed off the Negro sec-
pointless uprising.The tion during the night but violence PRESIDENT TELLS UNIONS
violence appeared to be flared again Tuesday morning out-
leaderless mob actions, rather side New StantonHigh School when
than acts in support of any specific the building was emptied because I

integration Negro demands.A woman. was of The a bomb high scare.school violence U.S. Too Strong For War

triggered still other acts of van-
mysteriously shot to death,white -
man was tied to a tree and tor- dalism, and incidents were reported -
throughout the city during the WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi- "about your family and soned agreement to readied attack.
tured with razor slashes, and at
whites injured day. A truck line reported Its dent Johnson said yesterday the mine about their future and this This Is our objective the quest
least three other were -
United States is too strong to be country's future." for not tne quarrel for "
by sniper fire when the vehicles were struck by rocks peace, war.
goaded into rash wars on the long There time he said "The people of this country and
violence first erupted Monday thrown by young Negroes and po- once was a ,
road toward peace. His goal, he when the world
a President could send troopsto expect more from their
night. See VIOLENCE, Page 5)) said is that boy in America
every quell any kind of disturbance. leaders than just a show of brute
may "grow to manhood loving his force he said.
Johnson said general war now ,
I Election Probe ScheduledState country-instead of dying for it." "is impossible" when 50 million Union delegates interrupted the
"We the most nationin
powerful to 100 million people could be President more than a dozen Urnes
the world, can afford to be killed in "a matter of moments"in with applause during the portionof
Attorney T.E. Duncan said Registration records have been patient," he said. a nuclear war. his speech calling for passage

yesterday his office is conductingan subpoened and Duncan said he "The people of this country "Some alternatives are of a medicare bill and a war on
investigation into the registration has called for lists and documents have more blessed hopes than for essential," he said. "The peopleof poverty, unemployment and racial
of voters for last week's from the office of Mrs. Alma bitter victory," the president said. the world, I think, prefer rea- discrimination.
city election. Bethea, county supervisor of re- "Our hope is to employ reasoned

gistration.It agreement Instead of ready ,
Duncan said his findings,"what- was noted that the investi- aggression to substitute understanding ." ':, >1; : '
ever they may be," will be sub- gation Is concerned only with records for retaliation."
mitted to a grand jury scheduledto of the election and not the
be empaneled on or about April results. Johnson was discussing domestic He's Still Gone
13. Duncan said that over the last issues in a major speech to
"Our work," according to Dun- few days he had received com- the National Legislative Confer-
can, "will be simply to see if plaints concerning the election,and ence of the AFL-.CIO's Buildingand lie's still missing.
voters were registered in accor- added he didn't know how long it Construction Trades Depart- That's the latest word on Albert, the UF's "gone gator," from G.E.
dance with the laws on this mat- might take his staff to Investigatethe ment. But he left his preparedtext Watson, investigator for the campus police nd in charge of conductingthe
ter." complaints. to talk to the union leaders search for the stolen reptile.
Watson said he has called the campus police at Florida State UniversityFSU
( ), and they are conducting an investigation to see if an alligator
I found tied to a flag pole in front of the FSU administration buildingwas
Lying May Be H.C.Offense Albert.

The gator was reported to have been about seven-feet long with the
words, "FSU, Go to Hell." painted on the back.

The Honor Court proposed Mon- submitted to the student body for fective honor systems contain lyingas Watson said he suspected the size of the gator at FSU was closerto
day night to add"lying for personal approval, Richman added. an offense. He cited the Uni- four or five feet long, which happens to be approximately the size
advantage while acting as a UF The old ruling read, "Cheatingis versity of Virginia, which has one of Albert.
student," to the honor code as a the Intentional misrepresentation of the oldest (112 years) and most "A seven-foot gator Is pretty big, said Watson, "And like many fish
fourth honor court offense, and to of a material fact for personal respected honor systems In effectas stories, I suspect the size of this one was exaggerated."
submit the proposal to the student advantage while acting as a an example."I "There Is a good possibility the alligator at FSU is Albert," Watson
body for approval in the form of student. feel lying Is as much a partof added.
a constitutional amendment next This general statement was then a student's honor as cheatingor Calls have been received by the campus police concerning several
limited by amendments which triedto stealing," said Richman. gator sightings since the mascot was stolen.One call was received from
fall.The court voted to withdraw a limit the scope of jurisdiction. The new proposal has not been Baldwin, approximately 59 miles northeast of Gainesville.
rule passed last trimester that Richman said the rule did not put In written form, but would pro-
redefined cheating to Include lying, apply to football seating, for example bably Include such cases as stu- Watson and Albert's caretaker, Leslie Melvin, have been following
according to Gerry Richman,clerkof or to students using the newgolf dents lying to professors about all leads and searching the different sinkholds around campus for signs
the honor court. course without paying greens illenss in order to make up exams, of the alligator.It .
"In effect, cheating was cases where students knowingly would be possible for an alligator to survive out of water for about
redefined to Include lying, even fees.The new proposal made by Rich- deceive someone when borrowing fifteen hours, one should not suffer any ill effects from a trip as far

where lying was not related to man would define lying and makeit money, and faking ID cards. as Tallahassee, Watson said.
cheating as it is usually understood a fourth honor 'court offense. The new proposals would not be The mascot has been missing since Friday and was believed abducted
," Richman said. The honor code presently meant to cover personal relation- sometime Thursday night.

The rule was too vague, and only covers cheating, stealing,and ships, but only major instances of
advantages Albert was estimated to weigh over 100 Ibs. and could have been
for personal ,
represented too major a change In issuance of bad checks.
honor court proceedings not to be According to Richman, all ef- Richman said. gator-napped by two people, Watson added.

.. .. ..

Page 2 The Florida_Alligator WednesdayMarch 25, 1964 **


State Facilities OkayedTALLAHASSEE Laughed


(UPI) -- Civil gation of schools and other public Negro and white civil rights dem-
we've got to get that's on the "dark side of dawn "
onstrators to the city. "Next year ,
rights demonstrators were authorized facilities. Sunders already is suingIn
too late this he said.
yesterday to use state federal court for complete desegregation Saunders said the NAACP wanted organized -- it's When Haviser
arrived he
facilities for a protest march and of state parks. order and promised to have the year." was

Gov. Farris Bryant agreed to meet Bryant's office told newsmen the demonstrators out of the, ltr by This could be the motto of the greeted by Tommy Thompson,luc,
also Blue Key Speaker.
Bureau a
with Negro leaders todiscussgeneral meeting will be closed to the press 5 p.m. They are coming, he said, Florida Blue Key Speakers While

dissatisfaction with the pace and public. by car,train and chartered bus,and if this year's: scheduling "foul- "I don't believe itl"! Thompsonsaid. ,

of desegregation In Florida. Saunders and Rev. Dan Speed, will gather at 10 a.m. Friday near ups" mean anything. .

It was the first time, accordingto Tallahassee, met with Mal Ogden, the A&M University teaching "You're kidding! Seitz ex-

veteran capitol observers, that an assistant to Bryant, yesterdayto school, march to Centennial Field, Zollie M. Maynard Jr., went to1 claimed.

state facilities have been specifically discuss "the part the state can a baseball field bought by the state Quincy to speak before the Rotary "I'll Just be damned!" Haviser

authorized for such ademon- play in making the march peace- for expansion of the capitol center Club. He had lunch, discovered he cried.
stration. It also will mark the ful and said returned to
orderly. Saunders for speeches and later a small was a week early and Seltz suggested separating the

first time Bryant has sat down the NAACP hoped liquor and beer group of about 300 will march to Gainesville -- a 300 mile round club Into discussion groups.

with NAACP officials to discuss sales would be closed during the the south lawn of the capitol buildIng trip. Maynard, 2UC, returned the "There are three of us and only

racial problems.The demonstration, which he estimates to 1<. A. Gray Park for closing next week .. another 300 miles. 12 club members -- that's four
march on the state capital will bring from 1,500 to 10,000 ceremonies. apiece."

city on Good Friday and a conference Skip Haviser, 3JM, said he was "Perhaps we have been a little

with Bryant, set for today *- ,... Instructed to prepare a 30 minute overcautious," Bill Swain, 4LW,

had been planned prior to this speech to be given before the Wil- chairman of the speaking project,

week's racial upheaval in Jacksonville Some UF Students liston Lion's Club. He preparedthe said. "But remember we haven't

167 miles east of here, but speech and went to Williston. failed to keep any speaking en-

I takes on added significance as a gagements. See Jim Graham for
result. Before the meeting began CharlesC.
a comment--he has a great sense
Bryant disclosed his 8:30 a.m. Going To Tallahassee Chllllngworth, 3AS, also arrivedand of humor."

meeting date today with the exe- introduced himself as a Blue Jim Graham,4LW,was In chargeof

cutive board of the Florida NAACP Key Speaker.The the selection and training of the
The Gainesville chapter of the changed plans for the march on
shortly after the cabinet gave Negro -
NAACP Youth Council, includingsome Tallahassee, however, he said. Williston Lion's Club should speakers.
leaders a go-ahead to use the
UF students, is scheduledto The local Youth Group has have gotten the point of the talks-- Graham just laughed and laughed
campus of Florida A&M Univer-
sity, Centennial Field In downtown join a Civil Rights march on elected James A. Gloster, lUC, two speakers addressed 17 mem- and laughed.

Tallahassee Friday to with Franklin bers Haviser said.
Tallahassee and the south lawn of according as president ,
Jim Harmeling 7AS. Simmons An extra speaker at a meeting
the capitol connection with Fri- as first vice president,
day's demonstration.The Harmeling, second vice Harmeling second vice president, could always happen, but not twice, Egg Hunt

NAACP delegation, headedby president of the group, said a Joel Buchanan, third vice presi-

state president Rutledge Pear- total of about 100 members of the dent; Hortnse Clark as secretary, and not to the same speaker -- University Dames' annual
organization from Gainesville will or could It?
and Jerome Scott as treasurer.All .
son of Jacksonville and field sec- Easter egg hunt will be from
participate in the march. It could, and it did.
retary Robert Sunders of Tampa, the other officers except 10 to 12 a.m. at the Uni-
Purpose of the demonstration Is Haviser was to address the
will discuss with Bryant a demandfor Harmeling are local high school versity Women's Club Houseon
to protest the Civil Rights Bill Chiefland Clvltan Club. The Civl-
more state jobs for Negroesand students. Old Newberry Road. Each
filibuster, In which Florida's Sena- tan Club meets at 6:30 a.m. --
help in accelerating desegre- "With the Student Group for child Is to bring his own basket -
tor have joined, and to "protestthe
Equal Rights now relegated to a Haviser and Thompson were flip and ten cents for regis-

continuous discrimination" virtually inactive status," Gloster ping a coin to decide who would tration fee. Children ages
against Florida's Negro citizens
Weight Eyed he said. said, "we hope that the energiesof give the talk, in walked Greg 2-6 are eligible.The .

university students will now be Seitz, 3JM, Blue KeySpeakernumber hunt was previously
He said the Gainesville group
channeled into the NAACP activi three. scheduled from 2-4 p.m.C.W.POST _
will travel in two buses and privatecars
ties. Close to 20 SGER members
leaving here about 6:30 a.m.
In Plane CrashCivil
Friday. have already joined the local NA

ACP Youth Council, though the
The march Is scheduled to formon
majority of our membership still
Aeronautics Board: investigators the Florida A&M campus at
conststs of local high school stu-
concentrated on load noon, he said, and will walk about
weight and an apparent takeoff with one mile to a place near the state dents. Our next meeting Thurs-
day at 8 p.m. is in Mt. Carmel
flaps down yesterday during the capitol and state Supreme Court COLLEGEOF

opening session of an inquiry into buildings, where they will hear Baptist Church and all personsare

the Feb. 3 air crash here that several speeches. welcome to attend. LONG ISLAND UNIVERSITYSalutes
"Our first goal," said Gloster
killed 10
persons.A Most prominent of the speakers
CAB report entered Into evi- will be A. Phillip Randolph, union "is to boost our membership with the World's Fair ....._...........

dence Indicated that the flaps were leader who helped organize and high school and college students, with o..........-......,-..-

donw take-off when the twin- as well as other interested per-
on lead the march on Washingtonlast
sons. A united effort by Galnes.vllle's TWO 5-WEEK
engined Beechcraft fell to the run- summer, after which the
young people can be ef-
at Gainesville Air-
way Tallahassee march is patterned.
port from a height of about 200 Harmeling said the march will fective." a profitable summer of study and recreationat

bring people from all over the "Our purpose is to make the the 141-acre campus of C.-W. Post College,

feet.The report also stated the weight state to Tallahassee, Including a principles of democracy a reality located on the North Shore of Long Island,

of the plane Including passengersand special eight-car train from Jack- here In Gainesville,"Gloster said. only 30 minutes from the World's Fair,

baggage and fuel was 9,402 sonville. "This Includes continuing the one hour from Midtown Manhattan.
pounds. Federal Aviation Agency Harmeling commented on recent efforts de-segreagte local public

aircraft specifications call for a racial violence in Jacksonville, facilities. Many of Gainesville's On-campus facilities include: swimming,

maximum wieght of 8,730 pounds. saying that he didn't feel the tax-supported facilities are still gymnasium, riding, bowling, theatre and concerts.

The report stated it was South general population was Involved, not open to Negro residents;

Central Airlines company policyfor but that It probably involved small including the local Boys Club.Even APPLICATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTEDfor

the captain of the plane to groups of whites and Negroes. the public schools remain com-

load the aircraft and determinethe He said Jacksonville Is "head- pletely segreagted, despite the attempts -

weight. However, the report quarters for some violent ele- of Negro students last sum- DAY & EVENING SESSIONSJUNE

stated there ments, both Negro and white. mer to register at Gainesville
were no loading
charts, available for the captainto The violence there hasn't High School." 22 to JULY 24 JULY 27 to AUGUST 28


Evidence concerning the posl- Help WantedMale ACCELERATE YOUR DEGREE PROGRAM

of the flaps stemmed from state- UNDERGRADUATE In
COURSE offerings Include studies
ments entered with the board thata Liberal Arts
ville for minimum of and Sciences, Pre-Professional, Pre-Engi-
and female. Waiters, a one
pilot who witnessed the crash
waitresses year. University Inn, South neering, Business and Education.
yelled "pull up those flaps," must be over
followed by, "Oh God, don't do 21. Must be experienced and on U. S. 441. See Mr. Pozln GRADUATE COURSE offerings Include studies In Biological

that." expect to remain In Gaines between 2 and 5. Sciences, Education, English, Guidance and Counseling,
History, library Science, Mathematics, Music Educationand
Seven witnesses
agreed sub- Political Science.DISTINGUISHED .
stantially on the event occurlng
as the plane crashed.
Following an apparently normal
NOW. .Admission open to VISITING STUDENTSfrom
take-off, the plane rose to about
other accredited
200 feet, stalled and veered to hr colleges.
additional l Information, summer bulletin and
application, phone 516 MAyfair 6-1200 or mall coupon
down- _____
the left before plunging 1 Oean ;Summer School ;'- Gr;;; ;: 1
flames C.W.Post College.P.o.= LI:N.Y.1548
burst into on
ward. It / Please tend m, Summer Sessions
information bulletin. c P 1
impact. Gift & Bride Shop 105 NW 13th St. C Women' Residence Hall C: Men' Residence Hall I
who : Undergraduate I
said rea-
Witnesses persons C Graduate D Day Q EveningName ,

ched the plane found the cabin 1 . . .. . .. . .. .. .. . .. ,. ....... 1
engulfed in flames, and were unable 1 Ii

to open the door. They said Address ... .... .. ..... .. .. .. .. .. ., .. .... ..... ., .... ...

there was no sign of life. SEE US FOR YOUR EASTER GIFTS i City. . ... ,. .... ,., ., ...... ... ....Stitt. .' ........ ... i
The Inquiry Is scheduled to con-
at 9:30 a.m. ..J'.vJ.litiT.-itiidt2f.ro.m.wn'! n colt.t', .. .. . . . .. ..;: .-
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South Vietnamese WednesdayMarch 25,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3

Claim 2 VictoriesSAIGON Graduation Speaker

(UPI) -South Viet Nam soldier was shot in a Viet Cong

reported two major victories over ambush 100 miles south of Saigon.His Announced I IDr.

the Viet Cong yesterday, but the condition was reported good.

anti-Communist war cost the livesof Death of the two men broughtto S

two more Americans. A third 203 the number
of Americanswho J. George Harrar, noted the Rockefeller Foundation since
American was shot in an ambush have died In the
war againstthe 1943 and served the directorfor
but educator and president of the as
lived. Viet Cong, l2l: of them In direct before
Rockefeller Foundation, wtH speak agriculture becomingvice
One American was feared killed combat. Nearly 700 have been at commencement exercises April
with a Vietnamese flier when their wounded.A president of the FoundationIn

plane was shot down by Com- 19.The
Sunday ceremonies will 1959. He has been trustee and
munists while supporting a Viet- South Vietnamese spokesmansaid
president since 1961.A .
honor a total of 3,277 graduateswho
namese platoon under attack by the government killed 137 have completed their workat member of numerous boards
two Viet Cong companies near Viet Cong with a loss of 4 dead and committees dealing with
UF since May 1963. The
the town of Soc Trang 100 miles and captured much equipment.The ,
south of victories university now holds only one humanitarian and scientific
Saigon. One body was were noteworthyIn pro-
recovered but not identified.An that the Viet Cong fled, leaving formal commencement program blems, Dr. Harrar holds member-

Army enlisted man was killed weapons and dead behind. Usually each year. The total represents ship In top-flight professional organizations -

when he accidentally kicked a mine they take their dead and wounded 2,403 undergraduates and 874 gra- throughout the world.
duate students.Dr. .
while re-laying a mine field In with them to mask their losses,
< Harrar, who has received He has received awards from
Quang Duc Province 50 miles and rarely are they so hard-
many honors from the United States eleven Latin American countriesand
northwest of Saigon. Another pressed they leave weapons behind.
1 and foreign governments, servedon is an honorary professor at

the faculties of the Universityof several South American universities. -

I Final UF Concert TonightThe DR. J. GEORGE HARRAR Minnesota, Washington State UF gave him a certificate

College and the University of for meritorious service to agri- J
Speaker Puerto Rico. lie has been with culture in 1950. j1
Gator Band and Band director Richard W. Dowles '" -_ ___-t i
Symphonic -' L 't! ::& :k '.... M
Choral Union will combine musical has also programmed the brilliant > H

resources for the final twilight Canzona For Band, by the con-

concert of the winter trimester temporary composer, Peter rcB i ,I I

the tonight Americas.at 6:45, on the Plaza of Mennin.Euphonium soloist Peter fs-

Zinober, from St. Petersburg,will Teacher ExamsApril going president Bob Mounts. the the Aqua Gators'presentation -
Featured selection for the combined be featured In the solo, "Napoli," of comedy skits.
Falck has been active In
groups will be on the by famed Sousa cornetist, Herman 15 is the deadlinefor Admission Is free forboth I
student government at FSU
"Gloria" from Bruckner's MassIn Bellstedt. The band's assistant registering for the Na- students and the public. I
and recently was campaign
conductor Conrad Bauschka will tional Teacher Examina-
E Minor. With choral director ,
for new FSU student
Elwood J. Keister conducting, am perform the brilliant cornet soloon tions to be given Saturday, manager Prof SpeaksDr.
; body president, John Jones.
the band in an accompanying role, the Norwegian march, May 9. The UF will be the Joseph Wepman, pro-
Also elected were Bill
the encore number will be the "Valdres," by Johannes Hanssen. testing center for candidates fessor of psychology and director -
Mer win (UF) vicepresident -
timely "Serenade To Spring," a Other program selections ,: from Alachua and nearby speech and language
Kenna Morris (FSU)
include number "ToastOf i counties.An of Chi-
medley of well-known songs by a rhythm clinics, University
and Grover
Rogers and Hammerstein. The Latins," by Floyd Werle; application bulletin describing secretary, Larry cago, will present the

Included are "It Might As Well the Ballet De Plaisir, by Gustave registration proce- (UF), treasurer. Exe- seventh lecture in the 1963-!)
cutive Council delegateswere
be Spring," "Younger Than Charpentier; and selected mar- dures, may be obtained from 64 Communication Sciences
also elected
Spring," and "I Whistle a Happy ches. The program will close with .i the County Superintendent of repre- Lecture Series at 8 p.m.
senting the UF FSU AND
Tune." traditional university songs, Public Instruction or from Thursday in Room M-423,J.

Overture for the evening Is the featuring twirlers Tay Tanya Tall- the Board of Unive rsity Ex a- the USF. Hlllis Miller Health Center.

Sorbet Of Seville, by the Italian man of Pomp a no Beach and miners, 408 Seagle Building.At Spring ShowThe His speech will be entitled

composer, G i ace him 0 Rossini. Charlelle Chevalier from Largo. the one-day testing ses- "The Perceptual Basis for
sion a candidate may take the Learning."
annual spring swim
common examinations, show In cooperation with Or- ACL
Dorm Theft IncreasingDormitory which include tests In pro- SpeakerPrime
I chesis dance club will be
fessional Information, gen- F. Osborn, vice
presented Friday and Satur-
eral culture,english expres- president and general coun-
day, at 8:00 at the
sion, and nonverbal reason- p.m. sel of the Atlantic Coast-
thefts are again on Lauderdale." Ing, as well as one or two Florida pool. line Railroad, will deliver a

the rise according to campus police "The primary cause of theftsis of thirteen optional examinations The theme of the show will major campus address entitled -

investigator Gene Watson. negligence and carelessnesson designed to demon- be "Harbor Lights" featur- "Free Enterprise vs.
the students' part. It only takesa
"The number thefts
of always strate mastery of subject ing the various ports around Welfare State" Thursday

Increases just prior to a vacation, fraction of a minute, about ten matter to be taught.Officers the world, among others: night at 8:15: p.m. in the
and it would pay students to keep seconds, for someone to lift a
New York, Honolulu, Rio de Florida Union Auditorium.
their doors locked at all times," wallet from a room." Elected
Janerlo, and Hong Kong. Osborn's appearance Is the
Ordinarily there are more theft
said Watson. William Falck, a junior at Preceedlng each port visit second program in the cur-
"The cash thefts are the ones reports turned In by women stu- FSU was elected state presi- will be dance numbers on rent Conservatism 1964 lecture -

that rise, while clothing and dents, but before holidays, men's dent of the Florida Pre-Law deck presented by Orchesis. series sponsored by the

jewelry thefts show no noticable reports dominate. There is abouta Association to succeed out- Another added attraction will Campus Conservative Club.

increase. Apparently some of the 50 per cent increase In the total -- 1J1Ij ."' _/.__ !&!." --......
students need extra money for number of reports which usually ,.,.- -" .
their trips to Daytona and Ft. average one to three per day. ..

Ruby Admits He's Broke I

1.r4c Kiser'sOFFICE

DALLAS (UPI) Jack Ruby, by Harvey Oswald, who once earned

EQUIPMENT his own admission, is a pauper. $15,000 a year from his two night

The condemed slayer of Lee clubs, has signed a pauper's oathin

order to get a free transcriptof

; 604 N. Main Street the murder trial at which he was

sentenced to death.
i Embroidered
: The declaration was prepared by

Ruby's two remaining attorneys,
1 Y PLAN NOW! Linens Back Joe Tonehill and Phil Burleson.

A transcript of the trial would

T have cost an estimated $4,000,

r if Ruby had not declared himselfa
The Perfect Graduation For Spring 64The pauper.

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A new OLYMPIA world fashion cycle is round,

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you come back to where you
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uation present? A used
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make your choice. Call a Ube r C's, the House of

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I Page 4 The Florida Alligator WednesdayMarch 25, 1964i _

i edlC orJ.a.Is rr Probing Civil Disobedience

i EDITOR: just and reasonable self to the beyond the scope of one citizen's
then Dr. Jourard's state- power. The other methods are
i In spite of cannot be questioned.There prohibited in most societies as in-
On FearEver line on page 3 is an implication, how- trusions on the rights of other
Bordering issue there is that one Is to produce this people.
the in other people by some One should never condone injustice -
Ing Dr. of action against them. This in himself or others. The
since the first man drew a line In the sand and claimed "On to our values. often is some form of civil injustice In onesself can be cor-
this side I am sovereign, the rest Is yours," there have been border
him as follows: such as fighting, rected by an honest comparison of
disputes. Rivers, forests, deserts and oceans have all served as fronted with or defying the law. Other ones attitudes with what actuallyis
boundaries to keep people properly separated. Their very existence, moved to Just as socially irrespon- considered to be justice by the
coupled with natural suspicions, have engendered in man all sorts of he is not but perhaps more often ap- society in which one lives. The
Innovations for spying on his neighbor plus the development of defense "the values I are the annoying tactics of Injustice others can be corrected
i mechanisms to counter like measures initiated by the other side of lenges men ; propaganda, and bam- only in ways prescribed by law.
the fence. a dedication to such as crusading Emerson visited Thoreau in jail
structive to the proselyting, scolding, where the latter wound up for not
In past centuries, the foray of a renegade band of horsemen on a mid- If the phrase "doing good." Perhaps the least paying l his poll taxes in protest
night raid across a border could result In the clash of monstrous armieson Injustice" can method of correcting injustice against slavery. Emerson is said
the open fields of combat. And the tattered honor of the transgressed ed with others is voting, and it is the to have asked: "What are you
country would have been rewoven only after the broken bodies had been one Is to be mode of action that is not doing In there, Henry?" To this
properly strewn across the violated soil. Thoreau supposedly replied:
i "What are you doing out there"
I The trouble with establishing civil
Man, however, across the centuries has become sophisticated and DepreciationEDITOR disobedience as a duty of the citizen -
civilized. is that it leads to chaos.
Today, rather than the careful guard against a horseman swimming Some understanding of this can be
across a moonlit stream, we keep our careful vigilance over lighted How long are the students of obtained if one imagines a United
screens..walting for a plane to cross the invisible lines we have Inscribed : the University of Florida goingto States In which George Lincoln

in the sky. Fifteen days put up with this garbage? I'm Rockwell, Robert Welch,Ezra Taft
textbooks. going to take my books home and Benson, Malcolm X, and theGrand
In the news this week,there are at least three instances of transgressing me to do but hop then bring them back again next Dragon all added their civil disobedience -
craft that Involve the U. S. bicycle and year for the Student Book Sale, to that of Ross Barnett,
In Germany an American plane strayed across the dividing line to be store! I don't and I urge all students to do the George Wallace, Martin Luther
greeted by Russian bullets. After first issuing l the standard charges the name of same. King, and Byron de la Beckwith.
of "transgression" and "espionage" the Russians tacitly agreed that the I'll call It the
move was an oversight by promising the return of the remainder of It's just about Robert RothQuestionable Karl R. Gildersleeve, 7AS
the crew. the old Florida
looking around
After having made the promise, the Russians have demonstratedtheir lized my bad
usual disregard for timeliness of fulfillment by dragging their for the better. Qualification?
feet. to pay $7.75
In Korea, a plane whose Job it is to patrol the border was shot down was able to
by North Koreans. The place Is changed and the language is different, $6.03, a book : marriage is an approval and rigid
but translated, the script reads the same. by only three codification exploitation. I have
looked like It
Your recent four-part article, known more than one person who
the Food
In Florida we have the third scene.A You can't Sex and the Pill," has married someone merely because -
helicopter flew In carrying the remains of a death struggle between to merely a clever facade on the he could not seduce her out-
was save
members of the crew who wanted to flee Castro's prison, and those who I unreasonable ediface of Christ- side of marriage. Many examplesalso
were loyal to his cause. After having given the crew proper treatmentand there was for so t'a morality.By Invoking appealing show us that an Ironclad
listening to Castro's Inevitable charges of "interference" we to figure out of love and marriage mouth- marriage contract is one of the
prepared to return the remaining loyal crewman to the Island. Castro could possibly by everyone since their youth, easiest means of legal extortion.
showed his true colors as dictator by milking the Incident of Its propa- Mr. Bertocci tries to gain our Another commonly pervaded fallacy
ganda value and turning his attention to other, more Important things... on the basis of emotiona- upon which Mr. Bertocci's
to busy obviously to bother with arranging the return of one insignificant But alas, and cliches. argument is based Is the ridicu-
individual.So not hold out. The basic tenet of the article lous notion that love (and sexual
time passes, men hold one finger on the button and keep their that a friend had that all sexual activity outside happiness) once established, lasts
fearful vigilance on screens that scan the sky above barbed wire, my book. What the artificial limitation of forever. This is vividly portrayed
concrete and VOPOS. to do but to marriage is Inevitably Insincere in the large divorce rate in this
And somewhere, In the Northwestern United States a farmer, as he red bicycle harmful. In reality, strictly country. Marriage,by making love
does almost every day, walks unconcernedly past an official looking to the Florida sex can be very detri- bindingly contractual, over looks
marker..stanchloned near the corner of his wheat field. talking to the The strict definition,sup- the common phenomenon of
W. C. N. to a man I by the author, between pre "falling out of love."
the manager or sex being bad and marital The injunction against pre-
did have a great being supposedly good carries marital sex by an idealistic philosophy -
man then feelings of guilt about sexual- professor who has not been
Require ANOTHER C refund the In general into marriage pro- qualified to us as being knowledgeable -
I said, "Okay, hesitancy and worry in what in either psychology or con-
aren't I?). lie be a spontaneous act. This traceptives is Just one of a line
EDITOR: those Hume Hall residents who he could added to the, all too often, of social restrictions which triesto
May I suggest that University continually refuse to offer their total -- I hope experience of the first make our own sincere feelingsa
College add another comprehensive seats to the young ladies that numbers -- $ guaranteed by the foreign property of the state or
course to its curriculum. It get on the bus at Graham area had decreased marriage certificate but often un- church.
should be a course in manners at 7:10 p.m. a year and a or unexpected by either
and chivalry for the benefit of Glenn C. Klein, 3EG another $3.00 in is undoubtedly the biggest Thomas WoodT.
of non-organic frigidity and E. Bayston, Jr.
The mere fact that Jan Frentzen
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OLD SOLDIER FIGHTS BACK WednesdayMarch 25,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 5

MacArthur Progressing; Favorably'

WASHINGTON (UPI) Gen. reserved for presidents aid other hour operation on March 6 for the by month's end. then decided to operate.

Douglas MacArthur awoke early dignitaries. removal of his gall bladder and But early Monday, they discovered MacArthur reportedly went
yesterday from one of the toughest MacArthur, who once said that several gallstones.His severe hemorrhaging in through the delicate and torturous

battles of his We and spoke to "old soldiers never die, they just recovery from the first MacArthur's esophagus, the tube operation well. Two vital signs-

his wife. Doctors said the aging fade away," entered Walter Reed operation was so good that his connecting the throat and stomach. his pulse and breathing were good.
warrior, though still seriously ill, early in March for a jaundice doctors had expected to let him They used artificial respirationfor The team of six doctors led

was making a good fight. condition. He underwent a three- return home to New fork City four hours to ease breathing, by Lt. Gen Leonard Heaton, the

The latest medical bulletin --... ._.. Army surgeon general, reported
issued by the Walter Reed Army W iUliiiC r. -er ->:\- t 'i.. ,.. .to,, 't lithe ". later that MacArthur was "pro-
:It:... ; "::,,_._ -\l ... .=-.i(.
Medical Center said the 84yearold gressing as well as can be ex-
general was "progressing fa- pected" from drastic surgery admittedly -

vorably" after an emergency six- hazardous for a man of
hour operation to stop heavy his age.

Internal bleeding. His spleen was His wife and son, Arthur, kept
removed and 16 pints two gallons vigil near his room throughoutthe

of blood were administered.It if night.
was the second time In 18 The doctors had feared that Mac-

days the general had under gone Arthur's condition might worsen
major surgery. once he regained consciousness. '""'

Just after midnight doctors inserted But that fear apparently had eased
a tube through an Incisionin for the time being.

MacArthur's throat to help him During the earlier operation,

breathe. a surgeons "marked chronic
Later in the morning he came r .fir inflammation" of the gall bladder.

out of anesthesia. Doctors at his The liver showed longstandingbile

bedside In the hospital recovery F obstruction. But there was

room reported he was "cognizantof ,.. y no sign of cancer, as had been
his surroundings and speaking." feared.

He spoke to his wife, the former Once an erect, dashing military

Jean Faircloth, they said. jIjJir figure, MacArthur looked haggardand
The five-star general was being gaunt when he entered Walter
fed Intravenously. He will remainin Reed. He weighed only 140 pounds.

the recovery room, surroundedby His treatment here was arrangedby
doctors and nurses working President Johnson, who
around the clock, until he Is well w received the Sliver Star from Mac-

enough to be moved to the plush, Arthur for heroism In the South
five-room executive suite : i1-tL ; Pacific in World War II.

CambodiaHits chosen recently were NEW(below SWEETHEARTS) Jenle Glen, Alpha Delta PI, pictured

here with her pinmate John Hufford. Miss Glen was announced sweet- I
heart at Kappa Sigma's 41st Annual Star and Crescent Ball. Above, ViolenceThe

Britain the new sweetheart of Sigma Chi, Sally Russell, center, was crownedat
the annual Sigma Chi Sweetheart banquet and dance. Left to right II I'

PHNOM PENH, Cambodia (UPI) are Sally Pelton, Chi Omega; Outgoing Sweetheart Patty McLatchy,
-An Angry Prince Norodom Sih Kappa Delta; Miss Russell, Delta Gamma; Quinn Flood, and Jeannie (Continued from Page 1)) vehicle which the four had
anouk accused Britain yesterdayof Maynard, Kappa Delta; Not pictured: Judy D'Aneelo.if' used to get to the scene was over-
turned and set afire. A black
stalling on his request for a I .-1 l I lice said three Negro girls hurled
column of smoke from the vehicle
14-nation Geneva conference to bricks and stones at passing cars
curled 300 feet In the air.
guarantee Cambodia's neutralityand from an expressway bridge.
Several Negroes caught Durham
territorial integrity.In The flow of traffic Into the city
between two houses and kicked and
a letter to British Foreign :t'.tJ S was Interrupted by a detour which
) beat him about the face.
A. Butler Sihanouk ) police set the
Secretary R. \ up on expresswayto "They really worked him over,"
rejected Butler's proposal for a route motorists around the
said Assistant Police Chief 1I.V.
preliminary conference to Phnom -, fIf Negro district. Branch.
Penh to for Geneva
prepare a
Durham was taken to a hospital
conference so it would not be usedas Many whites phoned police head-
,... where doctors said he had suf-
quarters to ask whether It was
a propaganda forum.
fered lacerations of the head a
Sihanouk also rejected Butler's pI safe to venture Into the city. They sprained wrist and bruised leg
proposal for talks between Cam- were given qualified answers.
bodia and South Viet Nam to settle The worst outburst of the day

their frontier dispute and disclosedthat came at New Stanton High following SPECIAL SALEHELD
Thailand had refused to attenda an anonymous call that a
four-power conference with bomb had been planted in the

Cambodia, South Viet Nam and the school. oVER !
United States. Police rushed to the scene and

Britain and the Soviet Union are tried to break up the mob by

joint chairman of the 1954 Geneva arresting one of the ring-leaders,
conference which ended the French but this only Infuriated the youths
Indochina war and broke Indochinaup 1a further. 4

into North and South Viet Nam,
Laos and Cambodia.The They succeeded In freeing the

Soviets asked Britain last 1 Negro youth from a patrol car
weekend for an immediate Geneva ) and continued their assault on police 'II I
conference on Cambodia. A replywas I with rocks and bottles,despite
made yesterday and although pistol shots fired In the air by

contents of the note were not dis- ,. police.In 1'T
closed, informed sources said Bri- hopes that the Negro youths
tain still Insists on careful advance would quiet down If they left, the
preparation. d officers turned and walked away

Sihanouk's strongly worded let- s. from the crowd.

ter to Butler was dated Sunday but
was delivered to the British Em- l CARtOOnS By
W w py This left about a dozen news-
bassy only yesterday.The .
men facing the angry crowd, and 6on aaais
the youths quickly switched their
attack to the reporters.Most Now within the reachof
New Peel In April
Coming of the newsmen succeededin the Student Budgetat
finding refuge in the school,
half of the original
stores and autos, but one reporter,
baseball team and a NOP staff. They include: John
largest Issue ever of the story' on the Michael S. Durham, a Life cor- price, 120 cartoons
New Orange Peel (NOP) will be six page feature on Florida girls. Askins, humor editor; Gerald respondent based In Miami, was
the UF's &
Playboy'sown ,
Jones, art and literature ; by
out next month said Stan Hugue- The NOP will have as its special chased down and beaten.
pin, editor. peelmate Betty Wendt, a semi- Tom Lowy, opinion editor;and Don comic artist, all

This issue of the NOP is dedi- finalist in the Miss Florida con- Federman, features. for
cated to graduation and girls ,on The staff is chosen by the Stu- Three of Durham's companions, printed especially!

the Florida campus. test.The reason only two Issues of the dent Board of Publications for a George R. Harmon, assistant city ,the local college crowd.SOt .

Included in the UP magazine wild} Peel are published each trimesteris period of one year.Requirements editor of the Jacksonville Journal;
for the staff are Bart Parker of the ..
be photographer
a feature on Kent Fischer, a a limited budget. Student
work on the magazine for one or Journal and Florida Times Union,
senior, who draws the "bodies"for Government limits the NOP bud-
the Interviewwith which comes from student two trimesters and good average and Charles Moore, a Time Life
NOP; a sports get, at the &
Campus Shop
Tom Shannon, quarterback fees, to about a nickel per student.In photographer from Miami, fled on
with the football team and infielder addition to Hugenin, four sec- An average of six weeks are required foot and took refuge In anothercar. Bookstore Browse Shop

with the baseball team; a tion editors make up the bulk of to put out an issue of the .

Page 8 The Florida Alligator WednesdayMarch 25,1964

Athletic Dept. Spends New Gator CoachIs

Tough-But Fair"The

One Million A YearBy

good coach Is the tough of Big Ten footbal country. He
coach." has coached In both the Southernand I

BOB THOMASThis Twenty-five thousand dollars Field backed by a budget of Just The coach who demands perfection Atlantic Coast conferences.

( Is the first of a three- that's what the UF has InvestedIn short of a million dollars. Divide but Is able to be fair at
part series on the UF's Athletic each one of Us 40 varsity players this Investment by 40 (average the same time Is what athletics
Department.) who last week completed spring number of varsity players per appreciate..
) and get $25,000 or the These words reflect of the
He looks like a football playerbut -- practice.The game you one
he's also a $25,000 machine, situation is this: from kick- amount of money on the head of main coaching tenets of the new

a cog In the UF's million dollara off to cleanup each year, the UF each varsity player who representsthe UF varsity offensive line coach, 4:;
year football Industry. football team rolls onto Florida school In game competition.In Ed Kensler. Kensler joined the
short, Florida football Is Gator coaching staff this spring)

f big business.For after performing similar chores at
example, it costs over the University of Miami.A .

le* It: ,All iang 'Qul' $100,000 a year to feed Florida's Lawrenceville, Illinois native, rLassman
small army of 120 players, says Kensler distinguished himself on
e Percy Beard, athletic department the gridiron even before his col-

\ business manager. lege days.
t s by And If a football team can eat He was One of the line main-
\ JIM BIGGART alot, a football crowd can eat stays on the' 1947 Atlantic Fleet

, more. Last year at four home Championship squad while serving

football games, over two milesof In the Marine Corps.

First Of all, let me clear up the meaning of my title, "Let it all hot dogs were sold. Over two After completing his military ,.
hang out." I hope all of the nice young maidens and others do not thinkIt million ounces of coke were con- obligation, Kensler played tackle, y' '- '
is anything off color.It sumed or more than enough to fill guard, and linebacker on some fh < '\"
simply means for one to have a good time and for one to enjoy an average size swimming pool.A of the University of Maryland's / !,
the certain occassions. Originally It started in a small college In football team can also use alot greatest teams. Kensler was good '."

North Carolina. A Sigma Nu had too much to drink. He came out of of equipment, $25,000 a year says enough to make allconferencewhile ED KENSLER

the fraternity house saying "Let it all hang out." Hobe Hooser, assistant athletic at Maryland under head coach .new offensive line
His coherts picked up the saying and my roommate, Charlie 3.2 director. Jim Tatum.
Anderson, brought It down to the UF. I picked up the saying from him. From 175-200 footballs are useda After graduating In 1952,Kensler coach.

I am writing a book about the University baseball team, and my title year. Well over 400 Jersies along with such other gridiron i However, the personable young
it tie same as this column -. I thought it would be appropriate to (three colors), 100 helmets, and 60 stand-outs as Frank Gifford, Ollle coach doesn't hesitate to say Southeastern
call this column the shoulder pads are needed each Matson, and Bill George was selected Conference (SEC) ball Is
same.Good spring when equipment is bought. for the Chicago Tribune All- the best brand of football In the
OutlookThe Also needed are warmup outfits, Star Game. nation.

sideline Jackets, dummies of various Head Coach Ray Graves was one Kensler states, "Most SEC
baseball team has fine outlook this With little
really a year. a
sizes, line sleds and two pairof of the all-star coaches. coaches stress tough defense
luck and some more hitting we have fine chance to win the Southeastern
shoes for each player.A After graduation Kensler turned great kicking games, and offensein >
Conference (SEC) and go on to the NCAA playoffs.We .
training room must be main- down "
pro offers from the Wash- that order.
rated fifth In the nation in "Colligate
are pre..season polls by
Baseball Magazine. tained. Over $17,000 went last ington Redskins. He felt he was Kensler believes Florida Is on
year for tape, llnament and other too small for pro ball. Kensler the verge of having a real out-
Who knows how far we can go?
medical supplies.It decided to Join the coaching ranks.
,Our Rich Fhalines Dan Adrain standing season.
sophomore pitchers, "Poppa"Griffin,
cost last to
Zabala, and Don "Hotdog" Pendley, have done a fine Job so far. year His first coaching assignmentswere "They are getting over the rough
As for the hitting, two rookies, Tommy Shannon and Bill Blomgren maintain a stadium, not including at Washington Lee and V.M.I. spots and have shown fine atti-
labor costs. Over mile of tickets
) a
Later Kensler returned to his tude and tremendous hustle Ken-
are pounding the ball all over the far corners of the outfield. ,
were printed each game. alma mater (Maryland) to coachon sler says. "Of course," he adds,
Hot Dog AwardAt One of the biggest expenses, Tatum's staff. When Tatum "our schedule Is as demanding as
$325,000, went for payroll to the switched from Maryland to North any other team's In the nation.
the end of each baseball season we elect the player who has done of athletic
legion department em-
Carolina, he took Kensler with him. The effort has to come from the
the most stupid, Idotic thing during the season and honor him with a ployes whose services are required -
Kensler comes to the UF aftera boys, but with a. little luck we are
hotdog trophy. to keep Florida's football three year tenure with Miami. capable of having a real great sea
Last year's winner was none other than our leader, Jimmy Duncan. machine in gear. Kensler "
was born In the heart son.
Duncan, the captain of the team edged me out In a close race. Heading up the athletic depart-
We were playing Vanderbilt In Nashville and Vandy's field Is locatedat ment is head football coach and athletic I
the base of their football stadium. A track goes under the football director Ray Graves. Under Cassius Gets Reprieve

stadium and then there Is a slope going down to the baseball field on him come nine full-time assistant

the third base side. coaches, an assistant athletic I
WBA Won Take TitleMIAMI
director, two administrative assistants -
to the athletic director,
BEACH UPI The said In statement
( ) -- a
a public relations director, a pub-
of the World yesterday that since subcom-
president Boxing Association a
rrd licity director and his office, a
(WBA) recommended mittee of the U. S. Senate Is "in-
trainer, an assistant trainer, an
discontinuance yesterday of any quiring Into all the circumstances
academic counselor, 12 full-time
action to withdraw heavyweight involving the heavyweight cham-
secretaries a switchboard opera-
tor, and 28 maintenance men champion Gas si us Clay's title, pionship, it is my feeling whichI
(maintenance costs are shared with pending the outcome of Senate In- am certain my collegues will
"..." the physical education de- vestigations.At support, that all consideration of

partment.) the same time, Ed Lass- recognition be reserved until the

Another big cost for Florida man said his recommendation committee has had an opportunityto

.. football is the recruiting program.A the weekend that the WBA take explore the many ramifications."I .
quota of 120 full-time scholar- action to lift Clay's crown was in
Duncan was on second and Coach Fuller had him sacrificed to third. ships is constantly maintained.Part no way connected with Clay's join- am thus recommending discontinuance -
Jimmy came tearing into third, but he dumbfounded players and fans ing the Black Muslim religioussect. of any sort of title
( two tomorrow.) "
alike as he kept right on running past the base and up the hill where withdrawal.

some of the fans and players were sitting.
Duncan quickly turned around and looked down at the field with a,
dumb look on his face. Coach Fuller was dumbfounded and didn't TENNISRACKETS
know what to say. We were about to die laughing in the dugout. Duncan
walked back on to the field and was tagged out by the third baseman.

Coach Fuller slad, "Dunk, why didn't you slide? What In the world
were you thinking about?" by Bancroft, Dunlop ,

Duncan replied, "I don't know how to slide, Coach!" PRESSES, COVERS -
Duncan learned to slide before the year was over.
BALLS by Pennsylvania and
The other hotdog trick Duncan pulled happened when we played Rollinsin Dunlop Tretom

Winter Park. Each player packs his shoes, glove, bat, and hat In TENNIS SHOES (men's & women's)
a bag to be loaded on the bus. When Duncan unloaded his bag In Winter
Park, he found tint he had packed two left shoes. by Converse, Beacon Falls, US Keds

TU me that Isn't hotdog material!
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