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I Final Examinations Tensions = Dexedrine ; )

(EDITOR'S NOTE -- This Is firmary's mental health unit. ing the "sudden t6.T\S'ons" and has observed students with ail- tional judgment and thinking while'

the first in a series of the Illegal Yet pep pills don't help a per- taking dexedrine is on its way up. ments resulting from dex. Increasing the person's confidence

use.Of the drug dexadrlne.). son study, and the often hinder him, University officials, both at the "In fact, these things interruptthe In his ability to retain facts and

By FRED LANE according to UF Student Health Infirmary and in Tigert Hall, feel normal processes of human make decisions.
Service experts. that students fall to realize the beings and produce a state of real "Students under the Influence of
Finals are coming. Packing or cramming done while serious disorders which can be fatigue," he added. these stimulants often feel like
Pressure, tension dexedrine under the Influence of these drugs produced from taking dexedrine, According to Student Health Ser they are performing better than

inevitably follow.So often produces Interference in the dexemill, benzedrine and similar vice reports, such stimulants potentially they really are," commented. Dr.
many students haven't learnedto mind Instead of helping the stu- drugs without advice from a physi- have the following harmful Barger.

pace themselves academicallythat dent cover more material, statedDr. cian. effects in normal persons: Regarding students telling,
they feel "forced" to take Barger. "Students use these stimulantswith --may cause a state of extreme others about the "success" of pep
dexedrlne and other pep pills dur- With the winter trimester final the feeling that their physical jitters and anxiety, pills, Dr. Barger noted that these

ing finals, points out Dr.Benjamin exam period less than two weeks system can withstand any periodof --could impair coordination,
Barger, head of the University In- away, the number of students feel- waking hours," said Barger,who --reduces actual ability for ra- (See DEX page 4))
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The Florida Alligator

Vol .56, No 125 University of Florida, Gainesville ThursdayMarch 26, 1964


$ Message To Albert{ R

(EDITOR'S NOTE -- This nostalgic article was written laikt week by
an Alligator staff writer before Albert was gator-napped by persons-
unknown. It is printed for those who mourn for the noble beast aigjl long
for his return.)
One beam of light from the moon shone directly on Albert's head -as
he lay dozing in the pond.A .
ALBER1 4 Florida man ambled up to the gate.

For a moment he stood silently beside the fence putting his handsIn
PLEASE and out of his pockets. ,

He glanced closely at Albert, but Albert didn't recognize that he
CONE i was there.
"Albert what am I going to do?"

The night was still and so was the alligator.But .

the student wasn't dismayed. lie continued talking, asking and
answering his own questions.In .

fact the alligator never gave any sign of recognition, but Miss +
Terlna Ann Lewis, an 18-year-old stenographer at the Health Center,
.listened from a tree above the pond.
r ,T M r She said people often come to the pond and talk to Albert.
They tell him their problems and then answer them. t.

( Miss Lewis said that she anallzes people from the trees, and per- ,
; haps Albert analyzes them while dozing in his pond.
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CONTEMPLATING. .d. Search Widens

Race Violence .the sign affixed to the

corner of Albert the errant
ForGone Gator
Gator's pen is Barry'Sinnoff.The .
Be - -
May EasingJACKSONVILLE was given a dressing
pen The scope of suspicion in the E. Watson said however, that no
of black crepe paper missing alligator case widened plans have been made to check out

Fla. (UPI) Sporadic racial violence including an and the sign by two Florida temporarily yesterday when an the call.
attack on a white man by 15 Negro youths continued In this seaport anonymous phone call reported that "We don't put much fruit in the
city yesterday, but officials said tensions showed signs of easing. coeds after a four-day search'for Albert might be on the Universityof call," Watson said.

President Johnson discussed the local situation with Justice Depart- the missing mascot had South Florida campus. Watson said that no call has come

ment officials in Washington, and White House spokesman later indicated Campus police investigator. Gene in from Florida State University ,
still netted results. !
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Intervention is ---q --- --- -
that no federal currently contemplated.Man campus police ue said mat he
Last night was definitely would wait until Friday for their
quieter than the night before," Famous Architect call, and if no word has come by

said Police.Chief Luther Reynolds, then, he will call them
SlashedHimself but added: "We have to play it by "I'm sure they're doing :all they'
ear from hour to hour." Visits UF TodayBy can," Watson s aid. "If they haven't
Reports of smashed car win- "
called by Friday, I'll call them.
dows, broken store fronts and other JIM McBA TIt to Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, her late Meanwhile, two sympathetic coeds -
vandalism continued to be receivedat Staff WriterA husband, provided the unacademic Misses Sharon Ann Morlan
police headquarters, but in each love affair that began in post- road on which Mrs. Moholy-Nagy (Sam) and Roberta Rankin (Rob-
JACKSONVILLE (UPI) Police instance only a few Negroes were WW I days started world renowned traveled to her present position as bie), both IUC, decided to pay
yesterday concluded that a young involved. architectural critic Mrs.Sibyl Mo- a brilliant and noted architecturalcritic. mourning tribute to the missing
white man who claimed to have This was a marked departurefrom holy-Nagy on the road to the worldof Albert by decorating the north end f
been tied to a tree by Negroesand design.
Tuesday when 1,500scream- of his pen with black crepe paper
Her husband, besides being a
slashed numerous times witha ing Negro youths attacked police Mrs. Moholy-Nagy, who comesto and and a sign reading "ALBERT,
razor actually inflicted the with stones, set fire to an auto- the UF Thursday for a short painter, photographer stage PLEASE COME HOME."
wounds on himself. mobile and a Junior high school series of lectures, entered the designer, was one of the most for The missing mascot is believedto
effective teachers
William Leroy James, 25, Mon- and beat a newsman. world of design without apparently have been abducted sometime
day night told police a tale of intending to do so. Her marriage (See ARCHITECT, Page 4)) Thursday night.
terror. lie claimed to have been BRYANT, POLITICAL -----

pulled from his car and cut re-
peatedly. Hospital authorities reported -
it took 169 stitches to sew STATE'S RACIAL SCENE

up James' wounds many of which (See Page 9)) English ChannelBy
were superficial. ;,
Chief J.C. Patrick of the Duval Barricades on some city streets 4NQ
County detectives said "we found leading off the expressways were GLENN LANEY M* N I!
several dlsrepancles in his story." removed Wednesday and city bus Sports EditorA W a
22-year-old UF business administration senior will attempt to + 'rY
lines into the sections A
Patrick said following an extensive Negro resumed -
after swim the English Channel sometime in late August In what will be the
investigation, during which a two-day lapse."I
first channel try by any UF student or graduate.Tom .
think it's about
just over
James took a lie detector test,"we
with said Police Olson, a former Gator swim team letterman, will plunge Into
came to the conclusion he Inflicted Capt. J.B.
Mashburn. the icy waters of the 20-mile current-swept stretch between Britain
them (the cuts) himself.
City officials and Negro leaders and France In August when the water will be at its warmest -- a

joined in calling for an end to the cool 36 degrees.
Wrong Counter violence, and a "pilot" meetingwas Olson said he has wanted to swim the channel ever since two summersago

The coed was checking out a held Wednesday aimed at set- when he sailed through it on the Orange Sun, a Danish passenger

book. at the reserve desk of the ting up a bl-racial community liner. t,
Education relations committee.In "When my father was my age," Olson said, "he sailed half way t
Library. Tallahassee around the world In a 26 foot sloop. I have always wanted to do some-
"Don't want to see Negro civil
1.D.1" she you asked the desk as-my rights leaders paid a 20-minute thing to equal" this. I guess you might say the spirit of adventure is In es j

sistant. call on Gov. Farris Bryant to my blood. __ _
"state action" No one swims the channel without financial backing, accordingto
request to improvethe
"No he "We don't
drinks, replied.here." racial climate In Jacksonville, Olson. There is a great deal of money Involved in transportation TOM OLSON'n
St. Augustine and Ocala. ( See CHANNEL, page II)


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Page 2 The Florida Alligator ThursdayMarch to, IV64

US Cigarette Sales Begin Upswing

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The great cigarette scare appears to be easing off. te sales were just like old times. type" cigars which sell for about a nickel apiece.A .
Cigarette sales dropped as much as 30 per cent There were indications on other states that the Jackson Miss., wholesaler said cigarlllo sales
after the surgeon general's committee threw history flight from cigarettes had reached its peak. Tax and "went out of sight and are still going. Some factories
making scare Into the nation's smokers last Jan. 11 business authorities in these states said it would be still haven't caught up with their supplies." A spokes
with Its report linking cigarettes to cancer. another month or two before they could tell for sure man for Detroit's DWG Cigar Corp. said "We can't
Sales are still down in much of the nation. But whether cigarettes would come back and how much. make enough to keep up with back orders."
cigarettes are starting to come back survey Indicated There was plenty of talk In the trade about Britain's -Prominent among the cigarlllo fans were women
yesterday. attempt to kick the smoking habit. Despite a govern- who would have scorned a stogie three months ago.
United Press International checked state tax officials ment committee report against nicotine, plus a Manufacturers tired to make their products as daintyas
and major' wholesalers and retailers throughoutthe vigorous anti-smoking advertising campaign,cigarette possible and the Cigar Institute of America estimated -
country to determine what had happened to cigarettes sales rose to a record $3 billion In Britain last year. that 60,000 American women have become
In the two and a half months since the'surgeon Whether UjS. smokers are getting over their Jitters, cigar puffers.
general's bombshell. these side effects of the country's cigarette trauma -Pipe and pipe tobacco dealers joined in welcoming
Authoritative sources In at least 12 states reportedthat were seen: refugees from the cigarette habit. Sam Spears,
cigarette sales and tax revenues had fallen off -Cigar makers never had it so good in recent years. manager of the Hagman Wholesale Tobacco Co. In
drastically in January and February, but were comingup Industry estimates of Increased sales ran as high as Tulsa, Okla., said pipe and tobacco sales were up
in March.In 30 per cent. 50 per cent and "I can't keep enough I'll bet I don't
a few big cities,some retailers said their cigaretTutoring -There was ancwfadinsmoking-tipped "clgarlllo- have six high quality.. pipes In the house."
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I ProgramTo I Nursing Honorary To Begin I I


Aid MinoritiesA A UF' Sigma Theta Tau nursing approval from the national organization College of Nursing undergraduateand
honorary society chapter will be but it should be established graduate students and facul-
established In May, according to sometime In May," Miss Ulman members, as well as Individualswho
program seeking to aid "edu- bers and their wives and interested Miss Toba Ulman, president-elect said. have outstanding contributionsin
cationally and culturally disadvantaged" citizens and about 200 Negro to the local chapter.The "The purpose of this honorary
the field of nursing, will be
Negro students and students. Sigma Theta Tau Nursing society Is to foster high profess-
other minority group students had Mrs. W.Jape Taylor qualified for membership.
,secretary- Honorary Society is a nationaland ional standards and to promote
Its beginnings last summer after administrator for the program professional organization for fellowship among members as wellas "Students who, apply for mem-
Robert A. Larson, a graduate stu- said, "We have expanded consi- nurses. to promote continuous partici- bership should maintain a'B'aver-

dent in history, read an articlein derably since last fall. We started No specific date has been set pation as responsible members of age," Miss Ulman said.
the Saturday Review. with about 70 students, mostly high for the official establishment, according the profession," Miss Ulman Miss Ulman Is also a profess-
The article dealt with a similar school, and now we have some to Miss Ulman. added. ional nurse In the UF College of
program at Wesleyan College In CO elementary students waitingto "We are waiting for the final According to Miss Ulman, UF Nursing Teaching Hospital.DONIGAN'S .
Conneticut. Larson, president of start but not enough qualified
his brainchild, the Gainesville tutors."
Tutorial Program, said he thoughtthe Mrs. Taylor said the programis
UF could be more of acultural completely Independent and not
influence than it was at the time. affiliated with the university or the
"We hope to raise cultural horizons city. The Gainesville Women for
beyond the neighborhood and Equal Rights and the university's
help academlcly deficient students Student Group for Equal Rights
prepare for college," Larson said. (SGER) have been very helpful,
The Gainesville Tutorial Pro- Mrs. Taylor added, many of their
gram is composed of approxi- members have become tutors.
mately 60 to 70 tutors, Including "We have our own constitution
graduate and undergraduate setting forth our purposes and our
students, university faculty mem- own board of directors, composedof
university faculty members,
Negro school administrators and
Violators two added.ministers," Mrs. Taylor

"Classes" are small, usuallyone
Given HelpOver to five students with an averageof
two or three and they meet in
14,000 drivers would various student centers, Negro d.
owe the city for parking vio- churches and the Negro Recrea- r
lations if the City of Gainesville tion Center.
had not Instituted its "We try to stay on an individual
courtesy Ticket System.The basis," Larson said,"however,we I If3
courtesy ticket sys- have two large classes of about
tem instituted by the City 15," he added.
Commission Mar. 9, allows Mrs. Taylor said students may
for a 15 minute grace periodfor take one class, two at the most. m
on-street parking meter She said at least one meeting a
violators. week is held In each subject area. [
According to W.T. Green Subjects range from science and i 1
city manager, 15,018 math to history, English and social
courtesy tickets were given science.At .
out in the first two weeks of first Larson screened all the
the system's operation.Only tutors himself to see if they were 4
108 of these ended in pay- qualified, but the program got so
ment. big, an orientation program is set t :
The system, which applies up now "to start new tutors off Q
only to on-street parking, on the right foot"
allows the police officer to The tutors are not just social : #e ,
give a courtesy ticket if the workers, Larson explained, "but l lO loL
meter reads a violation. If teachers trying to give a minority
the car is not removed after group a new lease on life.
15 minutes a regular park- "We want to give these kids a
Ing ticket will be given. place in the community and help \
them become leaders," Larson \Jtaa1zrV)!
added. "Also, we want to gra-
ShakespeareLecture dually adjust the students to the
Idea of integration, which is ene- EL LT
Held vitable and which should have .
started nine years ago," he said. Co'J
Shakespeare's works are becoming Mass meetings are held oncea 2L '
of more Interest to month for students, parents and .: .: .. "i....,
scholars because of their univer- tutors, Larson said, and aspeaker ., ..ji.;; '
sal poetry rather than their usually talks on some cultural () .
psychological and historical Interpretations topic.To. A 1'\ : :!/ .; :

according to Irving help finance the program, .. :: .
Ribner, professor of English at letters were sent out to all university -
Tulane University. faculty members asking for
The English playwrite was discussed support but the results were some-
by Ribner Monday night in what disappointing, Mrs. Taylor .
his lecture "60 Years of reported. Larson said a requestfor .. ... "
Shakespearean Criticism" spon- a Ford grant was being con-
sored by the UF English Department sidered to help finance the .
1123 .
program. W. Univ. Ave. '

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fhursdayMarch 26, 1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3

LBJ Asks Japan's IkedaAppologizes



(UPI) -- Presi-
dent Johnson appealed to Southern
Baptist leaders yesterday to help
pass the Senate's civil rights bill TOKYO(UPI) -- Prime Minister Hayato Ikeda, using communications
and to battle in their communities satellite, apologized yesterday directly to the American people for the
against the barriers of"ignoranceand stabbing of U. S. Ambassador Edwin O. Reischauer."On .
bigorty." behalf of the people and government of Japan I want to expressmy
He urged the clergymen to reply ; heartfelt regret." Ikeda said in the first television broadcast ever
with deeds to those "preachers of beamed directly from Japan to the 1 United States. Y
distrust" who he said are sowing Reischauer, 53, was stabbed in
"half-.truths and untruths" about the leg Tuesday by a 19-year-old
the civil rights issue. He said 'H Japanese with a history of mental Measle CasesTo
the rights bill would provide a problems who somehow blamed the
base on which to build "a houseof United States because his poor eye
freedom where all men can sight made it difficult for him to SubsideThe
dwell." get a job. The youth,KowaShioya,
The President made the appealto was captured on the spot by a U.
ministers of the T" official and Marien current outbreak of
Southern Bap- ". S. Embassy a
tist Convention, the nation's larg- THE UNIVERSITY PLAYERS Corps guard.Reischauer. German measles on the UF

est Protestant denomination. He .opened the play "Great God Brown" at Norman recuperating in soon campus, according Is expected to Dr.Samuel to subside
noted that the Baptist preachers
and their congregations are partof Hall auditorium last night. Players pictured here Toranomon good condition.Hospital The, was leg reportedIn Is expected Wright, Infirmary director.

the "power structure" In many from left to right are: Rick Schuster, the assistant to heal in about two weeks. Wright said I the outbreakwas
"In a sense" campus
Southern areas. Raul Chandler the Sandy Scalesas Ikeda, head of Japan's ruling
director; as son; wide. Those who have already -
"No of Christians has
group a
Conservative party, called the attack -
the mother and Peter Winoker the son. h ad measles are
greater responsibility In civil ; "a very regretful and unfortu-
rights than the Southern Baptist," nate Incident." Immune, and only onethirdto
the President told about 150 dele- Show SlatedThe one-half of those whohaven't
gates to a Christian leadership Water He spoke In Japanese but an could possibly get

seminar who visited him at the UF Swim Fins and Aqua Hawaii, France, Spain, IncludingNew English translation was flashed them.
White House. Gators swim clubs will combine York City, and Ball Hal. across television screens. The Although there really Isn'tany
The Chief Executive's appeal with the University Orchesis Clubto Relay satellite is being tested In treatment for the illness,
The program, open to the public isolation help prevent it
came as the Senate agreed to meet present the Annual Spring Water connection with plans to telecastthe can
without charge, will Include 30
from he said.
three hours earlier than usual, at Show Friday and Saturday nights. Olympics games in Tokyo this spreading,
9 a.m. EST Thursday,for two votes Theme of the affair will be swimmers and 10 dancers in color- summer. The real danger of measlesis
that are expected to place the "Harbor Lights" and will featurean ful costumes and settings.The Reischauer had been scheduledto In pregnant women, he
rights bill in position for full- around-the-world "cruise" to show will begin each nightat speak during the eight-minute added. It may cause defectsIn I
fledged debate. world ports, routines representing 8 p.m. telecast, but U. S. Embassy Mini- children.
-. ster John K. Emerson substitutedfor German measles, some-
him. Emerson told Japanese times called "three-day mea-
viewers the ambassador felt the sles," may have symptoms
1 Reason Why Your AlligatorAdvertising attack could have happened any- at all except for a rash. The .
where. Illness Is very mild he said.
Wright advised those with the
President Johnson and Reis measles to check Into the Infirmary -
chauer have issued statements to protect others from ,!
w saying the stabbing will not damage getting the Ulness.'I'
Works. relations between the United States

and Japan. AAUP MeetsDean
Nevertheless, Japanese news-
papers were filled with reports of Dryon Holllngshead,
It ItT a measures Intended to atone for the Dean Thomas L. Martin, and
Incident. Provost A. T. York will address -
The biggest story of the day In the American Associa-
the Japanese press told of the tion of University Professors
resignation of Takashl Hayakawa, tonight at 8 in the physics
home affairs minister and chair- auditorium.

Their common topic will be
man of the National Public Safety "A New Look at the Univer-
Commission. lie assumed res- "
sity of Florida. Holllngs
ponsibility for the stabbing. Ikeda head Is dean of University Col-
t Immediately accepted the resigna- lege, Martin Is dean of the
tion and named a successor to lIa- College of Engineering and
yakawa's post, which Includes responsibility -
York provost of the College of
for the national police Agriculture.

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Page 4 The Florida Alligator ThursdayMarch 26, 1964 r ArchitectContinued II

: j I Say Campus LeadersStudents I

1 1)) tecture students' work in the
From Page
( studios of the
Should Eniov Easter the modern movement In architec- building. At 8 p.m. she architecture will lee.

J V ture and the arts. He cofoundedthe ture on "The Indivisibility of De.

t By GEORGE MIMS dean of student activities, Easter. ment of serious thought that will Bauhaus, German educational sign" in McCarty Hall Auditorium!
r' Staff Writer is a Holy and Intense season of prove meaningful to them." Institution, which he transplantedto The lecture will be broadcast over
: (This Is the fourth of a five- worship."It Don Addis, Alligator cartoonist, Chicago. Mrs.Moholy-Nagywas WRUF-NBC radio at 10:05 p.m.

I part series on Easter running in is a time in which each said Easter has sound values for Instrumental in the continuationof A reception will
per- this be held
I The Alligator this the vanguard of design of in her
) the children."I .
son, according to their religious it was honor at the home of Professor
Easter is a healthy situation convictions should am not a religious person Institution after and
give expressIon Mrs. Brock Hammacher
I for the college student, said head to," Hale said. myself, but I feel Easter is a transplanted.In at 10 p.m.
Thursday. The
basketball coach Norman Sloan. this time she had become a reception will be
"Because we don't have Easter season for joyousness.
given by the UF student
t "The students get wrapped up vacation here due to the trimester Add I s added that celebrating recognized and thoroughly competent the American Institute chapterof

1 I in exams and campus activities calendar, it makes it impossiblefor Easter by getting roasted at Day- art historian.Mrs. itects, Florida of Arch.
that E aster chance MOholy-Nagy has written Association of
provides a to get "
to home. other
1 many go tona Is just as good as any Architects.
back to God and the meaning o( The President of the Student several books evaluating art and

Easter." Body Ken Kennedy expressed Easter way.A much different view is taken architecture from North and South Friday afternoon Mrs. Moholy.
According to Lester L. Hale, as a solemn yet joyous occa- by Tommy Tart, president of the America. She wrote "Native Nagy will again criticize students'
sion. Federation of Christian Athletes.As Genius in Anonymous Archi- work In the studios of the architecture .
Sigma Tau "The event which Easter com- Tart put it, "Easter, cele- tecture" and with Walter Gropius, building. At 8 p.ra she
memorates, the resurrection of brated at Daytona, is a frantic well-known architect, she wrote will lecture on "The Unplanned
\ Christ, is one of the most signifi- search of the college student for "Experiment in Totality. City" for the UF Department of
Upsilon Chapter of Sigma cant events for mankind."It companionship and recreation. Thursday afternoon Mrs. Architecture in McCarty Hall]
1 Tau
Fraternity, national is a source of inspirationand "The students are given a chanceto Moholy-Nagy will criticize archi Auditorium.
honor society for engineers, hope for me personally and get away, and to let the steambe
initiation cere- for many others. released.
: mony Sunday, March 15th. "The meaning of Easter is a "Easter provides a solution for
The following new members Help WantedMale
personal matter for each student. this faction. College students are
i were initiated: Thomas Albert For some it may be simply an constantly fighting a battle of the

Ernest Baker, Danny occasion to make a 'pilgrimage'to mind with exams and term papers.In and female. Waiters, vilto for a minimum of one
Bowman, Don Dietrich, Jose the beaches of Daytona, Fort the end they neglect their spiritual waitresses, must be over year. University Inn, South
Garcia, Bill Hart man,Randy Lauderdale, or some other gath- battle. 21. Must be experienced and on U. S. 441. See Mr. Pozln
Lee, Mike Morra, John Ny- ering point," Kennedy said. "Easter is the time a studentcan expect to remain in Gaines- between 2 and 5.
John Powell, Jeff "For most students, including renew his spiritual realities."
Raney, Jim Satterwhite,John many of the beach crowd, the Eas- (Tomorrow: What the Scripturessay
Steel, Don Taylor, and Leo ter weekend will provide some mo- about Easter.)

Professor William F. Fa-
gen of the Department of
Electrical Engineering was
initiated as an honorary

Exciting things are happening everywhere at Ford Motor Company!

I DexContinued I

( From Page One) After Ford's spectacular debut in last year's Ford engineers met many challenges in develop

1 users are usually trying to convince Indianapolis 500-mile race, many people wondered ing this engine. But this is just typical of the

themselves as well as others what we would come up with next. Well challenges being accepted every day by our
I because of guilt feelings about tak-
ing the drug.Medical it's here I Ford Motor Company engineers have employes that's what makes Ford Motor

I records show that dexedrine developed a brand-new V-8 especially for this Company such an exciting place to work. And

I the most weU..knownofthese year's competition at Indy. Although it's the not only in engineering. Exciting opportunities
I drugs, can create particularly serIous -
1 disorders In persons who have same size as the 1963 version, this racing engine exist in manufacturing, finance, sales, marketing,

1\ diabetes, high blood pressure and is a much "livelier" performer industrial relations, purchasing, traffic, product-

heart disease. because of four overhead gear. planning, styling and research. All types
Many students, said a local doctor -
driven camshafts and other refine. of of
never understand the bad side- .j career opportunities for all types
effects of taking these pills. Drug ments. Overall results of these revolutionary 1 graduates. If you're looking for an

companies, he continued, lead the changes: an increase of at L interesting career-look to Ford

[ public able reaction to believe results.that only afavor- least 44 horses, delivering 420 hp or a z Motor Company. A growingmore

I The chief motivation for use of at 8,000 rpm. company in a growing industry.Ford's .

these drugs is to stay awake and

I study, agrees Dr. Samuel Wright,
director of the Infirmary.

I Referring to dex as a "panic
drug for people who haven't studiedall
trimester," Dr. Wright said 4'
that "this is neither good educa-
tion nor good sense"..pointing
to examples where students found
that even the simplest question :
couldn't penetrate."If .
motivation combined with a _
modest amount of coffee Isn't

enough, you're fooling yourself,"
Dr. Wright advises.Infirmary .
officials note that
dexedrine, when taken in high dosage -
over prolonged periods of
time without sleep, produces severe t
hallucinations and mental derangement ( \. / %
requiring hospitalization. :
4' 1d1 1A
Such drugs are especially dan- !
gerous for students who are emo-
tionally unstable because they per-
cipitate acute anxiety and a depressed w z 1964Indianapolis
state--which enhances the
possibility of suicide. ," V-8 EngineTHERE'S

Usage of such pep pills can also
lead to susceptabllity as a drug ,:tio" < .
addict, officials state.
The Irony of the situation, medi- S
cal experts contend, is that these
drugs have "almost no medical
use" except as a poor weight- G
reducing agent. C

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lhursdoyMorch 26,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 5I

I Dogwoods In Full Bloom Usher In Spring At UF I IBy

Staff Writer"Because 1 \ ;
.. o.' ( J..1."f.,

for My suffering of your never regret again andpil shall I 'rrt9Th : : '" 4x '" t

the Dogwood tree g row larg :

enough to be used as cross." ,
With these words, according *to ".. :- i", :\:: ".
legend, Christ changed the fate . and function of the dogwood treAt < .

the time of the crucifixion the

Dogwood was as large and stron

as other forest trees. '
t ., 'r
Because of Its strength and firm \ r"i"

ness the wood from the tree was .
used to make the cross on whic
Christ was crucified. i \

Legend adds that the Dogwoo
was "distressed" because It had
been used for such a purpose

Christ sensed this distress and 1't

in His pity for all Its sorrow and t

suffering, He promised the Dogwood -
it could never again be used 1

fox' a cross.

"Henceforth you shall be slender

and bent and twisted and blossor

In the shape of a cross," he sale

"You will have two long and two !:: ,;: ,.
short petals and in the center of

the outer edge of each petal w1l1

be nail prints, brown with rust

and stained red and in the cente

of the flower a crown of thorn

and all who see It will member."

In American legend as well a i

Christian legend, the Dogwood is.

surrounded by many legends and

practices.In .
mythology and folklore the

Dogwood Is the symbol of durability -

beauty, faithfulness and stabllity. -

The flowering Dogwood,the mos ._ _. i
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common American variety, ha DOGWOOD TREES FLOWER .
long been used by Indians in the

Eastern United States as a medi'- .everywhere on campus these days, heralding the arrival beauty, faithfulness and stability. In reality the flower-

cine.Warriors suffering from fever of Spring in Gainesvilleand warmer weather at ing dogwood has long been used by the American Indian for

and battle wounds were given ;a for medicinal
last for UF's winter-beleagured citizens. In folklore purposes.
conconcotion of the bark to help]
In their recovery.The and mythology, the dogwood is a symbol of durability, ( Photos by Carolyn Johnson)

American colonist

successfully used the medicine for, ON __ -

cases of malaria. -

ing Dogwood The The chills.Catawaba Naticoke berries Indians are Indians good claim for have cur thi a:: t. Campus News Briefs -I I

special legend concerning the ori

gin of the Dogwood tree and its Debaters Place Hootenanny Aired tions variety within of people the University and situa- Osborn To SpeakPrime

Legend begins by telling of a The second of two Hootenanny community. F. Osborn, vice
Students who can handle president and general coun-
greedy chief who had four beau- University of Florida debaters programs filmed on
coordination of in sel of Atlantic Coast Line
tiful daughters. Elizabeth Drosdick the UF campus will be shownat
Many braves wanted to marry (2UC) and Mike Kaplan(1UC( ) 9:30 p.m. Thursday on dormitories, fraternities and Railroad, will speak tonightat
the debaters WUFT TV Channel 5. sororities, who can plan pub- 8:15: p.m. In the Florida
the daughters but the chief, in his placed among top ,
licity and make meaningful Union Auditorium. Ills
greed, said the daughters wouldgo at the University of
contacts with the media,who speech will be "Free Enterprise -
to the braves who brought the Tennessee Debate Tourna- ReappointedVernon
can arrange for and presideover vs. The Welfare State"
richest gifts.In ment held in Knoxville over
Swartsel has beeu receptions and and is sponsored by the
no time at all the lodge was the past weekend. Miss
reappointed chairman of the luncheons and assemblies, Campus Conservative Club.
piled with articles of value. Drosdick was rated seventh
The gods became angered at the debater in the tournamentand Rellgion-in-Llfe Executive are needed.

chief for his greed and turned him Kaplan was rated 12th.C5 Committee for 1964-65 by WinnerPaulette Florida Blue Key
University Religious Asso- Speech
into a knarled tree.
ciation (URA) President Dob Florida Blue Key will hold
The chief's daughters
Mounts. this trimester's Installationand
bracts surrounding the flowersand Vermelre
MoviesToday Other URA appointments was Initiation banquet tonightat
gifts became the flowers.In ranked first speaker In the t
included: Kay Brewer, 6 0'c1ock.The .
Newfoundland and among some second annual Prob-
spring editor of the URA bul- Campus fete will be held at the
of the North American tribes, lems Speaking Contest, Mon-
letin, and Linda Palmer, Holiday Inn and Secretaryof
children pass through the limbs of at 2:30 and 7:00 day evening. Division win-
summer editor. The bulletinis State Tom Adams will be
the Dogwood in order to become p.m. the Humanities Club ners in the contest Included
the official URA Publica- the guest speaker.
immuned to childhood diseases. will present three movies. Patti Oken, Norman Kowest-
tion and will publicize all
This is a case where the cure They are on Rembrandt, the announcements and activi- line, and Rawleigh Sallere.
be worse than the disease Spanish Writing School
may Alpha Kappa Psi
ties of the URA and of special
since those who are cured are Vienna and excerpts from the

supposed to feel acute pain when ballet Les Sylphides.The religious center programs. Sunrise ServicesEaster Alpha Kappa Psi,business

the Dogwood is burned in a fire. films will be presented fraternity, will"meet tonightat

In Tennessee, those who chew In Walker Auditorium. Religion Week sunrise services 7 at the Medical Center,
will will be shown Sunday
that They
Dogwood are warned they will be held Sunday in the UF room 112 to elect officers i

lose their sweethearts. at 4:00 p.m. again. Students interested in applying stadium at 6:00 a.m. and for next trimester. Nominated -

AnthropologistNoted to work on the executive everyone is Invited, the Rev. last week were Ed Hollo-

committee of Re- Gary Waller, asst. ministerof way, Alan Ehrlick, and Ron
anthropologist Les- llgion-ln-Llfe for 1964-65 the First Presbyterian Boatrlght, president; Frank

lie White will speak on the Delta Sigma Pi should complete a qualifications Church, said yesterday.The Bunch, Fred Adkins, and

UF campus Thursday at 8:15 sheet in 207 Florida Rev. Waller, chair- Paul Geiger, vice president;

p.m. in. the LawSchoolAuditorium. Delta Sigma Pi will hold Union immediately.They man of the program, said Dr. Fred Kelsey and Andy Had-

Delbert Sterrett, program Jian, recording secretary;
Dr. White will speak on its last professional meet-
should be Interestedin director of the Florida Rick Brown, corresponding
and the Ing tonight at 7 in the Flor-
"Anthropology and capable of planningand Union, will be In charge of secretary; Charles Stumm,
ida Union. Dr. John R.Bangs
Science of
administering programs the special music and the treasurer; Alan Weinstein
theUniversity's will speak on "How To Pick
He is sponsored by which demand much attentionto Rev. Thomas Mitchell will and Bob Moore, master of
Public Func- Men.
detail and contact with a give the Easter message. rituals.
tions and Lectures Committee -

and the Department of :" .." y:,':",,, ;: : >>;

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e>> 1I I. C]) r-i. aea,I IB True- -- CiVIl- JJlSODeuieiice I

Acts of civil disobedience by the countless other Christian

EDITOR: American colonists, such as refusing principled men to non-violently

GlIde r- to a lawfully Imposedtax protest "lawful" injustice.
For the benetlt ot Karl R. pay
Senatorial MultiloquenceAn sleeve and others who are confused precipitated the American Revolution -

about the nature of true civil dis- and new forms of social Letter-writer G II de rs Ie eve

obedience, I would like to refer justice. Mahatma Gandhi, whose complained that civil disobedience

them to an article In the recent ultimate appeal was to "my own Is chaotic, violent (e.g. "fighting,.
old James Stewart movie, "Mr. Smith goes to Washington," March 16th Issue of THE NATION, good conscience," spent many of forcing"), and an intrusion upo"society's
builds Its last tension filled half-hour around a big scene in the United "
he led Indiato Justice. He
entitled "The Essence and Ethicsof his 79 years in Jail as maintained
States Senate. The heroic young Mr. Smith was a senator fighting for
Civil Disobedience." The independence. An ardent that "the Injustice in ones self can
with the only left at his disposal the filibuster. As the
justice weapon ; act Gandhi's non-violent be corrected
author, Carl Cohen, defines an follower of an honest com-
tension Increased, Mr. Smith held his possession of the podium witha of civil disobedience as "an Illegal principles is Martin Luther King, parison of ones attitude with what

desperate exercise of sheer willpower. As the time wore on, he public protest, nonviolent In Jr., who has led the Civil Rights actually Is considered to be justice

read the same copy of the constitution over several times, repeated every character," and discusses the movement with such dignity that by the society in which one lives."
poem he knew and exhausted the Senators by reading aloud almost
selected as magazine's
forms and possible Justificationsof he was
everything his faithful Girl Friday could have delivered to him. "
such acts. "Man of the Year.
What does this statement imply

concerning the horrible deeds
At this moment, a filibuster Is going on in the Senate, but comparedto Was not Jesus Christ crucified committed by "good" Nazis during

the movie version it's about as tame as a fishing trip in the home I wish to add a few examplesof for publicly protesting the time- Hitler's reign in Germany?

bathtub. non-violent protest, because the honored religious laws and prac-

greatest men and the greatest social tices? Since that first Good Friday
obedience to Fortunately there have been and
history of principles
movements throughout
His teachings
Instead of one man struggling to keep on his feet, the talkers are
still few
of of love and brotherhood that are a educated (in Dr.
divided into neat little teams of six, each of which takes its turn in have been led by the principles Jourard's
transcend man-made laws have led meaning of the term)
civil disobedience.
keeping the "debate" alive. Instead of marathon readings of the con-
men contrary to Glidersleeve's -
stitution, each topic presented is carefully designed to be germane to thesis, are courageous
the bill in question.
enough to seek to replace the Injustice -

Freedom To Move Off CampusEDITOR In society with a higher

sense of justice which they per-
Instead of being packed with spectators watching every fatigued sonally feel. The highest formsof

motion of the speaker, the great hall is almost empty. Only one team human dignity remain, and are

from each side of the question Is usually present; each waiting fora : nances and health. It was recently maintained, by the principles of

procedural lance to thrust in the other's side. But even the tensionof decided that only liquids could be Christ, Gandhi, Dr. King, Henry

this watchfulness is missing, as the majority of the team dozes, In reading the article concerning "cooked" on the hot plates. I ask, Thoreau, Bertrund Russell,Llnlus

leaving a lone member to keep the speaker from straying from the housing that appeared in the Alligator how well does a cup of warm water Pauling, and others who have led

field of civil rights.Occasionally on Thursday,March 12,1964, substitute for tomato soup? Many the non-violent protest of Man's

I found several objectionable students were dependent on some- injustice to Man.

points. As an undergraduate coedI thing like soup for a supplementto
there is a flurry of action as the filibusters call fora
raised these objections, becauseI a light and Inexpensive dinner.To .
quorum check. At this signal the Senators are roused from their James D. Harm l1ng, 7AS
sleep, or Interrupted in their golf'game long enough to rush to the hall along with many other Univer-

and answer the roll. This noble function performed, they hastily returnto sity of Florida women students, go on, more than often in the

their homes or offices, leaving the Senate hall to the team membersand am directly affected by them.It dorm, the student does not have

their boredom.As is unfortunately true that even a minimum amount privacy POLICYThe
housing Is made on the basis ofa
and time for sole-searching medi-
full academic year. This one
tation. There are so many people
Alligator recently adopted
the hours stretch into days and weeks, life outside goes on at its regulation Is perhaps the most objectionable living in the dorm, that the student
two new policies in handling
usual hectic pace; border towns are attacked in Viet Nam, planes are point to dorm resi- doesn't have an opportunity to
letters to the Editor.all .
shot down In Germany and race riots break out In Jacksonville. dents. There are many legitimate screen his associates well enoughto

And in response to Its country's hour of need, the great machineryof reasons for wanting to move off maintain his social values. It is

the United States Senate coughs, wheezes, spins Its wheels,as its campus. Living conditions are not a regretted fact that the average -- signers will include -

efficacy disappears behind a cloud of procedural verbage. always the best in the dorm. It is student must, through dorm living, a telephone number
hard for some people to make the where they can be reach-
be brought into close associationwith
W. C. N. adjustment to dorm life,thus cast- people of questionable char- ed to verify the fact they
Ing a bad reflection on the student's actually wrote the letterto
acters. Just to quickly mention one
academic pursuits. The many dorm which their name is
Olfacforial NoxiousnessEDITOR such example Is the frequent and
rules and regulations, In additionto signed.
seemingly growing problem of
the general housing rules, take
social deviates in the dormitories.Must .
up much of the busy student's time.
I point out to you the bad
: For example, there are numerous --names no longer will
should be called to the attentionof living conditions that this one prob-
There Is a malodorous stench hall meetings, floor meetings,hall be withheld unless the writer -
as it directly affects lem creates?
pervading the atmosphere in the everyone, council meetings, intramurals, and can show good reason
the health as well as the comfortof I have brought out only a few
area adjacent to Hume Hall. After untimely fire drills, just to namea for such action.
all those who have the extreme of the basic complaints, and then
extensive research, the residentsof few of the common obstacles to
misfortune to be within range of comfortable dorm only touched on them briefly, thatI
the hall have concluded that this living.
this fetid odor.Something have as a coerced resident of The first of these two
Is being caused by that fine Moreover, with the high cost of
example of sanitary engineering should be done about living, the Increased housing fees the University Housing. I end with policies is designed to stop

known to incoming freshmen as this situation. Indeed, as I now cause dire financial situations for one apparently favorable remedy any bogus letters from appearing -

Florida swimming pool, later write this letter, I am being over- many students. Along the same (with present dorm residents) and in the pages of The
by the... that is, housing contracts should be
known to all as the University come line, I find the new rules preventing Alligator.The .
sewage plant. Steve Brotman, 1UC cooking on dorm hot plates a made by the trimester. If we have

This is something that I feel Editor, Hume Hall Newspaper special handicap, both to the fi- the "right" to choose our courses
by the trimester, I think it only
reasonable that we likewise chooseour second Is to prevent

place of people from launching an
residence.Don't worry
"As I was saying ours about maximum dorm capacity,unsuspecting attack against their pet

is a progressive state. freshmen and students peeve while hiding behind

with a high degree of self-control that nebulous cloak of secrecy -

r and tolerance will take care of this called "Name With-
r held."
4 condition.

B. Brooks, 4AS

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The High Cost Of EatingBy

TOM KI EFER Liberty Won By Perserverence I

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(Editor's Note: The following is a column that appeared in the Graham EDITOR: omlc ties with the U. R. S. S. They just cannot live at peace
Cracker of 16 Mar. 62. It technically represents only the author'sopinion 4. In America: Cuba and British with democracies. The facts proveit.
but we feel that it expresses some opinions about food For how long, when faced with a Guiana has a declared marxist Let the people who believe
the elucidation of which would seem profitable.) serious decision, the fear of another at the government head. Almostall the contrary wake up and face the
world war has overcome us the remaining Latin-American truth.
to such a point that we have not countries 'have been greatly Infil- Tomorrow it might be too late.
The Food Service Is perhaps the most consistently prevalent topicof been able to reach a reasonableand trated by communist agents, and Let us consider seriously where
conversation on the U. of F. campus. Food Service has replacedthe firm determination? What has more than one-Brazil and Chile The Risk of War Is taking us.
weather as something everyone talks about, but no one does any- been the result? Have we stoppedto for example-might be the next Let us decide by ourselves to regain -
thing about it. Accompanying the many expressed opinions about Food think about where that reasoningis preys of the communist encroach- the lost territories. Let it
Service are a great number of misconceptions. in an effort to establish leading us? Who Is profiting ments. be them the ones to think about
a more objective and realistic attitude regarding Food Servicethis from our way of thinking? Are The Risk of War.
writer visited Gay H. Welborn, Director of Food Service, and the we going to avoid war between Liberties are won and maintained -
main Food Service installation at the Florida Union. Before continuing, communist and non-communist All this means that the 200 only by defending them, and the
a few fallacious ideas about Food Service should be clarified. countries by it? million people originally under best defense is the attack. Retreat -
1. Food Service is owned and operated by the University, but is financially communist oppression have become will lead us to communist
self-contained. Food Let us analyze each one of these more than 800 million.
Service Is
responsible to the adminis- subjugation and to the final disappearance -
tration but is in no subsidized the questions and consider at the same
way by University or the State of of freedom and democracy -
time the advantages and disadvan-
Florida. And have we been able to recover .
tages of this line of reasoning.
any lost country and bringit
Perhaps, we will surprise our-
Service receives food back to the Free World. NO. Jose M. Garcia, 3BA
2. Food no government surplus and/or sup- selves at finding out that the first "
plies. It is forced to purchase all of them on the open market. ones are by far outnumbered.If The Risk of War is too great.
3. Food Service uses relatively high quality food. Most fruits and we study carefully the world
vegetables are canned, and are brand products, e.g., Heinz, Del Monte, event that have taken place since Therefore, the only ones that
Stokely-Van Camp. All meat is UJS.Department of Agriculture "good." World War II, the consequences of have profited out of our attitudeof
The objections to Food Service seem to fall into two categories, that attitude of fear will be evi- restraint are the Reds who are
high price, and low quality, i.e., bad taste. Both can basically be dent. A long list of countries sub- continually taking over in new
related to the same problem, labor. mitted the Soviet power will come countries. Advertisers
There is an abundance of Inexpensive labor In Gainesville Food
before our eyes: They know that as long as they
Service pays most of its help between 75? and 90? per hour plus two 1. In Europe: Poland, Hungary, manage to overtake countries one
meals a day. Unfortunately, this "cheap" labor is not always good Czechoslovakia, Rumania Bulgaria by one, we will do nothing on account -
labor. The employees designated with the task of cooking would Yugoslavia, East Germany. of our fear of war, which Is
probably go about preparing a gator burger, and changing the oil in 2. In Asia: Continental China, too great. SEE
a 1951 Wills In the same manner. Many of the bus boys spend most of North Korea, North Vlet-Nam,Nepal -
their time leaving the driving to someone else. Often employees don't Tibet and Laos.

show up, or quit without notice. They know it, and so they keepon OUR NEW THROW
3. In Africa: Up till now, the advancing impudently.That .
This labor problem, probably more than anything else, contributesto only country officially to marxism is why they want us not
the U. of F. "high cost of eating." It Is difficult to see any readily is Zanzibar. However, the Reds, to abandon that line of reasoning. RUGS, $1.98 UP,
apparent solution to this problem.The in their ferocious drive to add new They just want to keep on gain-
above situation is most evident in the Graham Area Snack Bar. countries to their camp, have been ing ground till the moment when,
For the most part, the management of the Snack Bar is doing a totally able to gain sympathizers in Con- sufficiently strong, they will throw MALONE'S
creditable job. The problem seems to center around establishing a go, and Algeria. The Somali Republic the final blow and thus eliminate BOOKSTORE
clear line of authority, based on mutual respect among all Food established strongecon- freedom from the face of earth.
Service personnel. This type of arrangement would allow fewer peopleto
do more work.Meanwhile I

the Food Service (Snack Bar)patrons have been doing their
part. The continuing theft from the Snack Bar of everything not nailed 1t,3_
down is of such a scale that it seems almost ludicrous. There is .
nothing extraordinary In several dozen cups, saucers, and trays "van- ,
ishing" from the Snack Bar In the course of a day. Financially, NOW HAS
this is no small thing, e.g., trays cost about $2.40 each. These Graham
Area devotees of the "five finger discount plan" who prepetrate these
"deeds of daring" are the first to complain about paying 5, extra
for lettuce & tomato on their burger basket. the many looksFof

Food Service Is not in good financial shape. Their facilities, par-
ticularly at the main cafeteria are in definite need of repair, e.g.,
leaking roof and cracking plaster. Food Service is barely in the black.
Thus, there Is allowance for modernization and replacement of equipment BQ(3Jcotton (
Mr. Welborn believes the University should subsidize Food
Service and/or allow Food Service to close unprofitable, e.g., Florida
Room, branches. The probably alternative would be further price In-
crement. We believe the essential problem is one of the philosophy. knit colormates
There is a vicious triangle of disrespect the vertices being the .

Administration, the Student Body, and Food Service. so fresh and full of fun and fashion that we hope you'll com fetcha

whole wardrobe of them for daytime, playtime, datetime.
Food Service as a part of
The treating
Administration begin
\ Stripes, prints, checks, dots and solids. all washable in
the University, and work with Food Service towards the solution
of mutual problems within the existing administrative structure.The 0" really-great spring colors. Tops, $.M.L, bottoms, 5-15.

Student Body should take a more positive attitude regardingFood "
Service. If a student has a problem or question relating to Food \ p4' if"
Service, Mr. Welborn is always willing to discuss it. Lifting another
place setting will benefit no one except the stainless steel Industry.The .

vitriolic attacks on Food Service from all directions have given Solid color Coachman
rise to a distinct paranoia among the ranks. Food Service should k
realize the entire University is not against it. Again, a more positive M1s y'r Style Skirt. Cadet Blue, /W
attitude is indicated.The Tomato Red Or Bottle
above has attempted to show that no one group is to blame for Green
the present situation. Only if all parties concerned should begin treating \ IEM 7.99 _
their self-appointed antagonists as equals, with the best possible foodat '
the lowest possible pri"e, as their goal, will any real progressbe : ;\.

k jIi( '; \

Denim Blue Or

Denim Red Back-
Skirt -
N Wrap
S'64 directory lists 20,000 summer job rvM'y g.ggWILSON'S

openings in 50 states. MALE or FEMALE. Un-
precedented research for students includes exact
pay rates and job details. Names employers and \
their addresses for hiring in industry, summer
camps, national parks, resorts, etc., etc., etc. .
Hurry!! jobs filled early. Send two dollars. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Send to: Summer Jobs Directory -
0. Box 13593-Phoenix, Arizona.

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MILL ENDS -- HENDERSON'SMILL Takes color pictures. $40 savings study and sleeping room. Located rates. Fast service.

STORE, U. S. Hwy. 19 Cry- Never been used. Call FR 2-0516. near campus and town. Call Reasonable M-118-3t-c).
stal River, Fla. -- Only 1 hour (A-123-tf-c). I Wanted I 6-5368. 2020 N. W. 12th Terrace. Call FR

15 min. from Univ. Literally (B-119-tf-c). ALTERATIONS AND
Student selling 8 x 28 mobile and
FABRICS. See the lovely colors home-complete bath facilities with Wanted: Graduate student to share Sublet 4 bedroom apt. April to DRESSMAKING. Fast Work
372-6786 or
available for your home. IRREGULARS tub. Hickory lUll Trailer Park. air-conditioned 2 bedroom duplexat September $100 per month. Large reasonable rates.
825 NE 8th Ave. Your shareof 250-R Flavet III, ( )
Inquire at office, 376-6982. (A- rooms. Garage, screened porch.
first quality items also. Our car- 12l-5t-c). rent & utilities will be $50 5, blocks from campus. 6-1137.
pet ends are beautiful and about month. Available April 1. Mar- (B-124-lt-c). M-UM-r
three-fourths off. The finest bed- vin Moss, 230D Engr. Bldg. Ext. AutosFORD

spreads one-third off. Tel. 795- CLASSIFIED DEADLINE" 2986. (C-125-3t-c). ]1/2 block from Law building: 2-
3399. (A-67-tf-c). 1956. 2-door, radio, stan-
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your pm WANTED 1950-54 FORDS and all dard shift. 6 cyclinder. Good con-
kitchen equipped
furnished, ,
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economical. Owner entering Army.

Also Kodak Instamatic 300 (photo NEW HOMES IN PINE FOREST. Ride wanted to Mexican border, Available for summer trimester. 1956 Studebaker wagon--air-con-

eye) only $30.00 w/case. Call A few ready for Immediate occu- or to Mexico City. All your expenses Two-story two bedroom furnished ditioning, heater, radio, good tires.

6-3851 Presby Student Center and pancy. Gainesville's fastest grow- paid. Leaving on or about apartment, with kitchen. One block Car guaranteed for $200; will sell

ask for Rual Chandler or leave ing new home community. VA, April 20. Contact: R. M. DorseyExt. from campus. $90 month. Call "as is" for $150. Call 2-2722. (G-

message and I'll call you. (A- FHA, financing. Hugh E d w a r d's, 2832. (C-120-tf-c). 6-2160. B-124-5t-c). 123-5t-p).

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r 2-1551. (A-70-tf-c). 1959 Mercedes 180-$1100. 1959
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after 6. (A-124-3t-c). TO University. Shown by resldeni t and up. Call Les Jackson 6-6461. FR 6-3211 Ext. 5577. (G-123-2t-p).
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ThursdayMarch 26, 1964 The Florida Alligator Page 9 '!. ;

oed j,
Candidates Talk

ester At UF- On Race IssueBy

I Florida coeds stay out later than At an International Association

ly others In the southeast ac- of Women Students (IAWS) last United Press InternationalMost until the racial situation there
rding to Women Student's Asso- week in Lexington, Ky., Miss eases. .
ation President Vicki Weithorn. Weithorn found that women stu- candidates for governor Burns Issued a statement that
dents from Kansas to Georgia are spoke out about racial turmoilIn he was not so important that he

[rowd Protests more closely restricted than thoseat Jacksonville yesterday before couldn't leave Jacksonville "but
the UFo"They turning to other matters of state. there are always those who would
take advantage of the fact If I
Iffice Building thought we were amazingly Five of the six Democratic can- had."
lenient, Miss Weithorn said. didates spoke for five minutes Burns said conditions were
|LONDON (UPI) -- A throng She said that the smaller the each at a morning session of the "well under control" and were
I nearly 1,000 persons Jammede school the more lenient the cur- Chamber of Commerce Coffee Clubin not as portrayed by reports from
steps of St. Paul's Cath- few seemed to be. Tampa. Not present was Jack- "unreliable and prejudiced sour-
eral yesterday to protestans sonville ces." In an earlier address Tues-
In a discussion group Miss Wei- VICKI WEITHORNNEW Mayor Haydon Burns,who
to erect a modern office thorn led concerning curfews only cancelled campaign appearances day night, he promised to give
Iiilding which will partially ob- "the same impartial clear
the University of Kansas had a ---- pro-
ure the front of the world- tection to all citizens of Florida."
curfew system comparable to that
med church.A of the Sen. John E. Mathews of Jacksonville -
UF.Kentucky. Leaders
[ nationwide controversy has Rights challenged Burns to prove _
upted over the new building, a statement attributed to Burns
reported a curfew for
hich is already under con- freshman that an unidentified Mathews sup-
women of 8 p.m althoughmen
ruction. But the government porter played a role in the Jacksonville -
are allowed in the dorms Talk With
refused to do anything about' until 10 p.m. BryantTALLAHASSEE racial strife."I .
ting the work, even thoughhen brand this as a cheap poli-
finished the new structure At Mississippi State freshmen tical trick," he told a Tallahassee
(ill mar the view of Christo- must be in by 9 p.m. and their (UPI) Negro civil rights leaders called on Gov. television audience later in the
Farris Bryant Wednesday for "state action" to Improve the racial "I
tier Wren's great masterpiece latest curfew is Saturday night day. resent it. I challengehim
church architecture.The when they are allowed out until climate in Jacksonville, St. Augustine and Ocala. to name this person he Is
demonstrators carried 12:30 p.m. The delegation of NAACP leaders, who spent about 20 minutes talking about. If I am responsiblein
acards proclaiming such slo- behind closed doors with Bryant, reported that the governor was any manner I should be pro-
as "Admirers of Christo- If coeds at Mississippi are late "cordial" but made no promises. secuted." At the coffee club, Mat-
er Wren" and "Save St. three times they are campusedforone NAACP Field Secretary Robert Saunders of Tampa, spokesman for hews said he was shocked that Rep.
raul's." week, which means they must the delegation, said he got the Impression the governor was leavingrace Fred Karl, Daytona Beach, would
WMVMM MaMBHMMMMMMMMM BVMMMMHH HHVlacArthur's problems to local authorities unless a breakdown of local law
Inject politics and the governor'srace
be in their rooms by 7 p.m. and
and order warranted state intervention.
into the Jacksonville tragedyby
allowed no visitors or phone calls.
Bryant, who left for Key West to dine with former President Harry accusing Burns and Mathews ofa
'rogress Tine' Another "taboo" at Mississippiis Truman right after the conference, declined discuss It with newsmen. lack of leadership and wiring
double dating with"town girls." Asked if he had any comment, he replied "Yes. Good morning" and Gov. Farris Bryant for help.
WASHINGTON (UPI) -- Gen. The university's policy is apparently strode from the office, leaving newsmen to get the story from Saunders. Karl said, however, that racial
ouglas MacArthur fought old age based on the fact that Hiss office later Issued a statement dealing solely with discussionsof violence was an issue in the cam-
illness yesterday with a single- local girls are not so greatly restricted I a scheduled civil rights march on Tallahassee Friday In which he paign.
inded purpose that amazed his they may be a bad influence said NAACP leaders assured him that the demonstration would be "The people have a right to
ctors. Miss Weithorn said. orderly. know what each of use would do
The 84-year-old five-star gen- Saunders said the governor assured the group that he was in constant as governor," Karl said.
ral still was gravely ill after Miss Weithorn noted that prob- touch with Duval (Jacksonville) County Sheriff Dale Carson and did not "If it is wrong to urge the gov-
bidergoing a second major opera- ably the school who restricts their feel the present situation In Jacksonville warranted "extreme action." ernor to recognize that a cancerIs
Jon within 18 days. But doctors women students the most is a Negro spreading, if It is wrong to
Walter Reed Army Medical college in Daytona Beach, ask the governor to carry out his
{enter indicated even in their Bethune-Cookman. There fresh- Fulbriahf Wants New Look responsibility to maintain peace,
refully worded medical bulletins man girls must be in by 7 p.m. If asking the governor to bring
bat MacArthur seemed to be in and lights must be out by 10:30. order out of chaos is playing politics -
mmand of the situation."A Seniors are given the privilege of WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen. J. The White House said Fulbright then I am guilty." ....
small amount of food by staying out until 11 p.m. William Fulbright, D-Ark., calledon "naturally, spoke for himself," Mayor Robert King High of
jiouth was started today,"officials ( the Johnson administration yes- but that "as always thoughful con- Miami called for "reasonable-
aid in a 10:30 a.m. EST, bulletin. When Miss Weithorn told the terday for a"candH reevaluation" sideration will be given his views." ness" in dealing with racial pro-
hey said this indicated "very groups about Florida curfews they i of U.S. policy toward Cuba and a The Arkansas senator has been blems and said extremes on either
fne" progress. were shocked. What equally ]public commitment to renegotiatethe mentioned as a possible secretaryof side Is wrong.
MacArthur had been fed glucosea seemed to Impress them was the < Panama Canal treaty. state if Dean Rusk should leave Fred O. Dickinson of West Palm
saline solution intravenously policy of the UF in allowing the Fulbright, chairman of the this post. Beach sidestepped comment on the
ince undergoing surgery on Mon- WSA to take a hand in making and |ay to stop Internal bleeding and changing their own restrictions.She i mittee, also told the Senate In the American people to abandon part of agitating the situation In
certain "myths" about the cold Jacksonville by the
remove his spleen. The first a major foreign policy speech fanning fires
urgery came March 6 when his said that the Florida waA (that the United States should increase war and face realities. lie voiced with political rebate or my
(all bladder and several stonesere was much more powerful in self- ( its help to South Viet Nam regret that Americans are not personal conviction at this time,"
removed. rule than most women governj j in that country's struggle with adapting to a "complex and fluid he said. "The present problemsin
ments. Exclusive all Floridians."
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E f" flaps May Have Caused Crash

By PHIL HEVENER 11,000 hours in the air, who tes- sonville, he watched the plant 3 appeared to place some not sure," was his reply.
Staff Writer tified before the CAB's board of up until the time it fell In flame:s on the company policy of was also asked if there
Wing flaps, apparently out of Inquiry yesterday morning. at the end of the runway. ing individual passenger written company policy
position, may have been the cause Further testimony brought out Dobbs said that Just before thi e 160pounds. This has been the seating of passen-
of a Feb. 6 crash which killed 10 yesterday afternoon Indicated that plane plummeted to the ground i t since the time of the crash. good."I'm the co-pilot's seat as'was
persons at Gainesville Municipal at the time of the crash the check was climbing at a 60to 70<. South Central pilot the case the morning
Airport. list used by South Central Airline degree angle. It was apparentl;Y Dobbs, who appeared crash.
This fact was disclosed yester- pilots made no mention of the pro- this which stalled the engines. board yesterday know of any, he said,
day as a Civil Aeronautics Board per flap position for take-offs. Other Information heard b;V asked if he thought the no written one --- Just
hearing moved into its second dayat Dobbs told Investigators that on investigators yesterday indicate*1: average weight policy was order."
the Alachua County Courthouse. the day of the crash, which occurred that the plane carried no char t ,
"The flaps were down -- they as the twin-engined Beach- to show proper methods of loadini
should have been up," accordingto craft was taking off on the final and balancing the cargo. gd Gas Halts
Thomas Dobbs, a pilot with leg of a trip from Ocala to Jack- Members of the inquiry boar Tear

V.O.T.E. Party Hands Korean MarchersSEOUL

Korea (UPI) Security forces used tear gas yesterdayto
halt thousands of student demonstrators from marching on Presi-
Gator First Defeat dent Park Chung Hee's mansion to protest talks on the normalizationof
relations between South Korea and Japan. Student protests also were
staged in three other major cities.
UF V.O.T.E Party's majorityin Majority Floor Leader Buddy of Housing John B. Ostrow, 2UC, An estimated 30,000 college and high school students participated
the Legislative Council handed Blain headed the opposition to Han- Secretary of International Affairs in the demonstrations the biggest since the April 1, 1960 student
the Gator Party administration cock's appointment. Blain is a Carlos M. Piedra, 4AS, and Sec- uprising that culminated with the overthrow of the regime of Syngman
first major defeat Tuesday nightas member of V.O.T.E party and retary of Men's Affairs John Hume, Rhee.
it overwhelmingly refused to Kennedy was elected on the Gator 2UC. In Seoul, the demonstrators demanded not only an immediate end
approve the cabinet appointment of Party ticket. Four replacements to the Legislative to the talks in Tokyo, but the release of 34 fellow-students arrested
John J. F. Hancock as Secretaryof Council were approved. Tuesday in a clash with police during similar protests.
Academic Affairs. "The apparent reasons for the Replacements Included Julian Park cut short his provincial tour to Taegu City, south of Seoul, to
Hancock, IUC, sat silent as the Legislative Council action was the Kelly, 4AG, for Henry H.Raattama return to the capital. He mobilized 200 troops to guard his presidential
roll call vote was taken. The vote fact that Hancock was a freshmanwho Jr., 2UC; Carolyn L. Williams, mansion against demonstrators.A .
went against Hancock's appoint- was proposed as secretary of 2UC, for Margaret B.Sowell,2UC; total of about 20,000 students took part in marches, sitdowns and
ment by a 29 to 15 margin. Academic Affairs," said Blain George J. Blaha, 2UC, for MichaelS. other demonstrations in Seoul.
"The legislative council excer- "This is one of the most important Minton, 2UC; and Clifford L.
sized their constitutional peroga- cabinet appointments, and it Davis IUC, for James D. Cooner, *
tive Tuesday night," said Student seems strange to put a freshmanin .
Body President Ken Kennedy. "It that particular position." 2UC.A request for $235 from the And Violence Flares
appears the basic reason for the Blain said he had no commenton Men's and Women's Glee Clubs to ...
council's action was based on per- whether "personality" influenced cover additional expenses on their Saigon, South Viet Nam(UP-An American Ax'my officer was woundedand
sonalities and the status of Hancock the decision. Puerto Rican tour was approved.Also two South Vietnamese military men were killed when their Jeep
as a freshman." "Several members of the coun- approved was a $254.25 request hit a Communist Viet Cong mine about 30 miles south of here Tuesday
"The boy is confident, has done cil expressed conceern several from the UF Law Review to night, it was reported yesterday.The .
very good work in the positionof weeks ago about this appointment," send delegates to Southern Law officer was the ninth American casualty in two days. He was
acting secretary of Academic Blain said. "These feelings were Review Conference to be held at taken to the U.s. naval station in Saigon where his condition Tuesdaywas
Affairs," he said. passed on to the SG administration. Vanderbilt University.Reid reported as good.
Careful consideration will be ." Poole, head of the depart- Two Americans were killed and seven wounded in combat associated
given to the reasons for the opposition Earl M. Barker Jr., 2UC, minority ment of music, made a personal Incidents Monday and,Tuesday. The fatalities brought to 202 the numberof
of the appointment before floor leader,asked the council plea for $2,000 to cover the expenses American servicemen killed in South Viet Nam since Jan\larY,1961.
taking further action, Kennedy to give mass approval to the of four guest soloists fora One of the two South Vietnamese killed by the mine was Lt. Col.
said. five appointments. Blain moved performance of Beethoven'sNinth Tran Hoang Quan, military chief of Dinh Tuong Province.. The other
for a separate vote on each ap- Symphony to be presented on was a Vietnamese army lieutenant.
GATOR CLASSIFIEDS pointment.The campus April 5. Tran was appointed to his post late last year after the military coup
REACH EVERYWHERE remaining four cabinet appointments Approval to Poole's request was that overthrew the regime of the late PresidentNgo Dinh Diem. American -
were approved by a given subject to the discretion of military sources said the Communist guerrillas had been "gunning"for
voice vote without opposition. the Budget and Finance Committee.A Tran for sometime because of his outstanding abilities.
Cabinet appointments approvedwere possibility exists that the money On Monday, an Army Special Forces sergeant was killed when he
Secretary of Alumni Affairs may not be available this lateIn accidentally kicked a mine and enlisted man was shot In the back when
James G. Kincaid, IUC, Secretary the trimester, Blain said. his Vietnamese patrol was ambushed.

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.J Lions1Share Of Loot

By BOB THOMASfirst The trash piles up. It takes Out of gross game revenue, of

( part continued) 12 men five days to clean out the course, must come all expenses,
I. k p' stadium. Last year after the LSU and the visiting team's share.
A full scholarship Is worth about homecoming, Waters recalls, 13 Visiting teams usually end up with
$1,300 a year to a state residentand flatbed trucks full of trash were about 50% of the net gate. School
about $1,700 to an out-of- removed. This would be enough'to contracts vary. Visitors are offer-

stater, says Hooser. This means dwarf a two-story building.In ed a gate percentage or a straight
with 120 scholarships in affect addition, the clean-up boys guarantee. An example of the
that at least $150,000 worth of find somehow Florida Field has straight guarantee was last year's
grants are in operation at one turned into a bottle factory over Mississippi State game. State received -
time. the weekend. Hundreds of whiskey a flat $35,000. Florida then

Each one of the assistant coachesis bottles are strewn throughout the received the same amount when

". given an area in the state con- bleachers. playing at State.
: "-;1" sisting of from 35-40 high schools. The second largest source of
r.. I. lie must attend games, practicesand (second of two parts) football revenue, $130,000, comes
:: keep running records of out- from registration fees paid by the ?
: ; standing prospects through at least The UF's athletic department student body. According to W. E.

5i- their junior and senior years.In operates on a budget of $1.3 mil- Jones, university business mana-
_. ... .*. addition to state recruiting lion a year, almost a million of ger, $6 of each $113 student reg-
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comes an elaborate system of out- which is for football. istration fee goes to the athletic
OLSON WILL ATTEMPT of-state spot recruiting through Dy far the largest bulk of income department for the fall trimester,
Georgia, Alabama, South Carolinaand is football game revenue. and $3 dt"''ng the spring term.
.to swim the English Channel late this summer. Here even up into Ohio and Pennsyl- Last year total attendance for ten Also it may be added, $15,000 also

Olson is pictured as he climbs out of Florida Pool after vania. games was about 450,000, result- went to the athletic department
Hundreds of prospects must be ing in a gross game revenue of during the summer term, despitethe
another of Olson
day training. If succeeds he will be
checked out each year, Including around $800,000. The year's larg- fact that no sport was in oper-
first UF student to ever swim the channel. each boys grades, coaches reportsand est home game, LSU homecoming, ation during this time.A .
endless reels of highschool grossed $146,000 alone. Games in third source of team revenue
I game films. Jacksonville's Gator Bowl usuallyrun comes from the South Eastern Con-

Channel SwimContinued And finally, at the end of each up even higher Incomes. A ference itself. According to con-
long Saturday afternoon contest Florida-Georgia G ator Bowl game, ference rules, when any member
to athletic business plays a televised game or a bowl
comes T. H. Waters and his cleanup according
the failures of swimmers to
( From Page I) com- Beard game, each conference school is
plete the trip between Cape Griz crew. Their Job--of course-- manager may grossas
and other costs, he said. Nez France and Dover England.My clean house after 40,000 house high as $200,000. This is because given a share of the profits.

Since so many people have failedin biggest problem will be depression guests. students, who are admitted According to Deard, this netted
the past to complete the gruel- ," he said. "There will Waters' crew starts from the top free into Gainesville games, attend Florida between $40 and $50,000last

Ing 20 mile swim, getting a spon- be times when I won't want to go and works down--that is through the Jacksonville games in year.A .
sor to back him has been one of on, or think I won't be able to tons of paper,wrappers,cups,confetti fewer numbers. A larger numberof fourth source of game reve-
$5 tickets can thus be sold to nue is home game concessions.As .
Olson's main problems.To make it." programs and whatever else
spend upwards of $2,000 on Olson's toughest challenge'swill the rearing crowd leaves in its the general public by the athletic was mentioned yesterday two

an unknown is quite a big risk. be just off Cape Grlz Nez wake. department.Two miles of hotdogs and over 15,625
gallons of coke sold at four
To prove that he can do it Olson at the beginning of his channel
will attempt to swim 20 milesin swim and during the last four milesas games. Concessions last year
Fishing Contest Gives grossed $68,000 and netted just
the swimming pool of the Holi- he approaches England's shore. over $30,000.
day Inn here April 25. These are the two places where
Since the water of the channeland the currents are the strongest, Remaining revenue is realized
All A Chance To WinEverybody through radio rights, sale of pro-
a swimning pool are so different Olson said. grams, race track scholarships
plans are in the making to Olson is currently training at
Gator Boosters, and state allot- ,
bring In some high-powered fansto Florida Pool and Lake Wauburg."I has a chance to win areas of competition are ments.

create a current and ways of fell I have a very good chanceto during the Florida Relays this open; catching the largest bass and The state grants the athletic
lowering the temperature of the make It," Olson said. "I weekend including those too old, the largest speckled perch. department $20,700 each to
water are also being considered. tried a comparable distance off the fat or tired to compete with the Bass record is held by Norris year
help pay the salaries of head coach
"Just letting people know thatI coast of Puerto Rico last summer. southland's top track talent. Dean of Georgia Tech, who landeda Ray Graves and business manager
can swim 20 miles should be of I had to stop because of the sharks, The 13th annual Florida Relays 10-pound, 11 ounce catch in 1958, Percy Deard.

some help, Olson says.. but I had covered 13 miles and Fishing Contest offers an oppor- while North Carolina's Joe Hilton To handle these million dollar-
"I have studied the causes for wasn't too tired." tunity to all athletes and school has the perch championship witha
plus wheelings and dealings, the
officials participating in the relaysto 2-1/2 pound fish hooked in 1960.
department is controlledby
win merchandise prizes for
RING'S IS MOVING the University Athletic Asso-
angling skUl.Because Suggested fishing spots in the
ciation. This Is a state corporation,
Florida anglers claimto Gainesville area are Newnan Lake,
30% TO 60% OFF! financially independent of the university -
know all the fishing secrets, no Lake Wnuburg, Lake Lochloosa, itself. This association is
one connected with the University Orange Lake, Santa Fe Lake, and
ON ALL SPORTSWEAR! made up of J. Wayne Reitz, the
will be eligible to compete but they Lake Kerr, site of eight championship -
university president
will be on hand to give tips in the catches. All entries must be
of the the
president university;
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12 The Florida Alligator ThursdayMarch 26,1964

UF's Trammel'' Goes

with Two Ways For Gators

GLENN LANEY A busy and unusual sports day inspired me throughout my
really enjoys participating In
came to a close for outstanding career," Trammell said.
Sports Editor sophomore athlete Allen Trammell Trammell played high school sports. Besides playing varsity I
football and baseball, he also made
r last Saturday night. football, baseball, and soccer at
ISN'T IT A PITY that one of the best fullbacks In this thriving metro- Besides being halfback for the Baylor Military Academy In Ten- AU-Campus playing for fraternity
polis (Wayne Patrick) won't play football for the UFo Neither will his UF football team Trammell also nessee. basketball finalist A, TO.
teammate Andrew Williams. plays centerfield for the Gator Here he first met UF head foot- : .. ,
Both of these boys were recently flown up to a big northern college to baseball team. ball coach Ray Graves. Graves : ., '
look over the campus and to sign a full grant In aid. Both of them are This versatile athlete competedIn Invited him to Florida campus and \
counted on to help this college In football. the Orange and Blue spring later offered him a football
game to go along with an encouraging scholarship."I .
Both of them could play for the Gators. day on the baseball dia- have great respect for our
Why won't they play here? mond Saturday. coaching staff and the job that
Why Is this great football talent leaving the area? Well..you see... Trammell's day began when he they are doing," Trammell re-
They can't pass the physical to play in the Southeastern ConferenceSEC reported to the baseball field at makred.He .
( ). 12:45 p.m. for warm-ups and bat- credits Coach Gene Ellenson ting practice.The with molding him into a finer all-
Gators won the baseball around football player.
Their affliction? the 1
game against Georgia Bulldogs
They have the wrong color skin. by a score of 273. Trammell collected Trammell also gives Coach Billy
There Is another outstanding colored athlete in the area who made two hits and drove In the .
Kinnard, a newcomer to the Gator
all-state in basketball and the of his team.
was captain first of Florida's In the
runs football staff, credit for helping
contest. him develop his defensive back- r
Norm Sloan will never coach this boy. After a brief three hour rest, field talents this past spring. Because -
Within five miles of this university there is a freshman in high school he reported to Florida Field to of this Improvement he was
who can run the 100 yard dash in:9.8. He will never run for the UF track prepare for the evening's encoun- voted the top defensive back during
team. ter. Trammell demonstrated his spring drills by the Gator coach-
The UF's hands are tied. versatility, starring on both offense Ing staff.
This a very progressive school In its athletic program. Or, at leastit and defense for the Orange After his collegiate days are
has started to become this way since the new breed of energetic team. over, Trammell hopes to get a
young coaches have moved Into the UF. Defensively, Tramell picked off crack at professional football or
two passes thrown by Blue team possibly secure a coaching posi-
They can't say anything officially, but the UF couldn't survive withoutthe quarterbacks Bruce Bennett and tion.Trammell '
SEC. And let's face lt..schools like Mississippi, Alabama, Auburn, Mike McCann and bolstered the Is an athlete who ALLEN L"I I
and Louisiana State are the football powers In the league. This Is the Orange offensive attack by gaining
place where it really hurts the most. These schools simply would not valuable yardage.The &vififinnrifirjfirtiYinnf o oy
play the UF. 21 year-old Trammell halls
I went over and talked to the coach of the two football players. His from Eufaula, Ala. His father,
name Is Jessie Heard, a former halfback for the now San Diego Chargers."It an AU-Southeastern Conference (S --_ _Z.JI JD1I18
EC), back at Auburn, started off
Is a shame to see such good athletes and good students leaving this on his athletic path. for
area," Heard commented. "My father gave me my Initial
Heard put a lot of stress on the good student part. This Iswhat, he is Interest In sports, and always
trying to build In his athletes first and foremost. Mm wn
"When they leave here," commented Heard,"We want to be sure they
are going to make It wherever they go."
UF Vs. TechFlorida's

In talking to Wayne Patrick, the big fullback said he would have liked
to attend the UF, but he never got an offer. When asking him about his tennis team, now 5-4
new school, the first thing one would Imagine he would talk about was on the season, opens up an am-
the athletic program. bitious weekend schedule today till
Guess again. with a match against Southeastern
He said, "I think I will like It very much -- I hear they are one of the Conference (SEC) adversary Geor-
best academic schools In the nation." gia Tech.
Coach Bill Potter's netters will
As Heard said -- student first..athlete second. face Notre Dame on Friday and
The UF Is ready for colored athletes. Many of the other schools in Clemson on Saturday. All three
the SEC, however, are not. They go on their bigoted ways still tryingto matches are scheduled for the
preach that God was the first segregationist when he made part of us Florida Courts.
white and part of us black. Today's match against Georgia
ISN'T IT A PITY that people like this have such tight control over the Tech will begin at 3 p.m.
life of a young man thoy have never met? Leading netter for the Gators
thus far in the season is defendingSEC

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