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The Florida Alligator



Vol.56, No.126 University of FloridaGainesville FridayMarch 27,1964
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FOR ALBERT



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The search for UF's missing mascot, Albert the A reptile estimated at more than seven feet long--
Alligator, grew to state-wide proportions yesterday three feet longer than Albert's length -- was discovered I'''
when Student Body President Ken Kennedy receivedan chained to the FSU flag pole with "FSU, Go
air-mail ransom note asking that $150 In small the Hell" painted across its back last Saturday.
denominations" be sent to a post office box number in Watson said he is almost positive the two alligators I : t'
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Miami." are not the same but police from both campuses are ;
Kennedy immediately turned the letter over to cam still working together on the case.
pus police Investigator Gene E. Watson who calledit FSU investigator George Dowdy said Dr. O.E.
a "practical joke." Fry, director of the state Game and Fresh Water
"Before long we'll probably be getting calls and Fish Commission and also a UF alumnus, had the (
letters from out-of-state now," he added. "Georgia chained alligator released at a beaver dam In Gadsen 4r .x
might as welPget into the act too." County west of Tallahassee.
The letter unslnged, read: Dowdy said Fry would attempt to recover the alligator :
"Dear Sir: from where it was released Saturday.A ;
"We got your alligator. If you want it back, sent report circulated yesterday that the reptile foundat ,t
$150 in small denominations to Box 7654-J, Miami FSU was Albert and that three FSU students had
Florida."If admitted gator-napping it from Gainesville was called *
you follow these instructions you will have the false by Dowdy."A ( #IA
alligator back on your campus immediately."If source on our campus told us that but we have
the police are notified, we will be forced to nothing yet to prove it's true," he told The Alligator.
destroy the beast. "I don't think it's your alligator. I personally unchained R
"Your cooperation will be appreciated." him and he's at least seven feet long or -' *
SWIM FIN MEMBERS
Meanwhile, in Tallahassee, a Florida State Univer- longer."

sity police investigator said he had mailed a pictureof Dowdy said the photo he sent the UF police should .practice for tonight's show Left to right (stand-
an alligator that was found at FSU Saturday to the reach them by Monday and then it would be known
UF police to see if the Tallahassee alligator was definitely whether or not the two alligators were ing): Maxine Brown,3AS; Barabara Tries, 3AS; Wenda

Albert. the same. Gross, 1 UC; and Sandy Pooly,4AS. In the water are

Agnes Fowles, 1 UC; Ana Pasada, 3AS; Mitzi Karon,

I McNamara Hits Budget 1UC; and Mary Ann Kessler, 3AS.Show time is 8:00: pm.


II March Slated II
WASHINGTON (UPI) -- Defense nesday. Secretary State Dean Rusk that might not meet the needs. At Capital
Secretary Robert S. Mc- already has cautioned the law- They criticized him for not ask- .

Namara has warned Congress that makers not to make any deep cuts ing for the full amount. TALLAHASSEE (UPI) -- An estimated be any different than a meetingof
President Johnson's $1 billion because the President might haveto McNamara later told them pri- 1,500 to 10,000 white and a group of bird watchers or
military aid request Is $400 million ask for more aid money later. vately, informed sources said,that Negro integration leaders are to peace lovers," Gov. Farris Bryant -

less than free world security McNamara shocked the committee $1.4 billion would be the march on the Capital City todayin told his news conference yes-
demands, informed sources said in "optimum," a figure that would the first state-sanctioned civil terday on the eve of the demon-
a public hearing Wednesdaywhen
yesterday.But he told them the $1 billion assure free world security through rights demonstration in modern stration.
McNamara said the admini- arms assistance to allies Florida "These people have
U. S. history."I a right to
stration still is asking for only $1 military but aid request was not Including! Viet Nam. don't contemplate this will meet and express their views,"
billion, and in the meantime try- enough, theadministrationthought he said, while making it clear he
Ing to discover ways of meetingthe that was all Congress would disagrees with the avowed purposeof

deficiency.The vote.The Rules Committee the march, which is to protestthe
information was given to lawmakers Informed Mc- Southern filibuster of civil
the House Foreign Affaris Com- Namara they were worried by his rights legislation in Congress.
mittee in closed session late Wed- request for a minimum program Bryant said he is against the
Approves Fees
bill and fully supports participation -
In the filibuster by Florida
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I Coudon Named New EditorJoe By DON DAVIS held when the Legislative Coun- Sens. Spessard Holland and George

Staff Writer cil convenes for the summer. Smathers. The governor expectsto
Over $72,0001That's The rules committee action was be gone when the demonstrators -
Coudon, 3JM from Jack- Beth Kraselski, 2UC,,was elect-
based on a report submitted by reach the
sonville elected editor of ed Seminole managing editor for the total for the pro- capitol building for
was
,
the council's Budget and Finance the final phase of their
posed summe fee allocations meeting.
next She is approved
the Seminole for 1964-65 last night year. presently acting
Committee. He said he's going home to Ocala
by the Student GovernmentSG
by the Electoral Board of Student managing editor of the yearbook.She .
Included In the allocations were for Easter.
( ) Legislative Council's Rules
Publications. Coudon is editorof was opposed by Gaye Wood-
Committee yesterday afternoon.The the totals for the budgets of the The "Tallahassee March" was
ward 4JM.Elected
.
the yearbook this year.Testimony ,
various organizations.The planned for Good
campus
business manager of committee approval of the Friday before
student publications for the Spring proposek allocations places it on amounts proposed for Individual racial strife broke out in Jacksonville -
trimester was 4BA Bob Adams, the agenda for the LegislativeCouncil's campus activities are as earlier this week. No vio-
EndsIn now serving in the same position. meeting Tuesday night.At follows: Debate Society, $431; lence Is anticipated here but local
Edwin Stuart, 4LW and editor the meeting, the allocations Florida Players, $3,502; UF Band, and state officials are quietly tak-
"Shingle," and Lynne Gladstein, will be given their first reading.A $695; Lyceum Council,$3,511; Pub- ing special precautions and admittedly -
second reading and final approval lications, $8C01; Special Fund, drew a sigh of relief when
HearingTestimony lUC, were elected editorial assist-
ants for the Seminole next year. of the allocations will be (See RULES, Page 2)) (See MARCH, Page 2))

that a South Central


flying in Airlines'February without plane, killing approval which 10 crashed people of the Fed-,he was re Series Ends With Good Friday Storytop I


eral Aviation Agency wound up j (This 1sthelastofaf1v -partserieson Easter running in the Alligator to the bottom; and the earth did quake, and the rocks rent;
three-day investigation here yes- this week.) St. Matthew 28: 1.10.
terday. 1. In the end of the sabbath, as it began to dawn toward the first day
The Board of Inquiry was con- St. Matthew 27-33-35; 45-51. of the week, came Mary Magdalene and the other Mary to see the
ducted the Civil Aeronautics
by 33. And when they were come unto a place called Golgotha, that sepulchre.
Board. is to say, a place of a skull. 2. And, behold, there was a great earthquake: for the angel of the
According to Henry C. Faller, 34. They gave him vinegar to drink mingled with gall: and when he Lord descended from heaven, and came and rolled back the stone from
head of the FAA engineering and had tasted thereof, he would not drink. the door, and sat upon it.
manufacturing district office in 35. And they crucified him, and parted his garments, casting lots: 3. His countenance was like lightning,and his raiment white as snow:
Miami, the plane had been modi- that It might be fulfilled which was spoken by the prophet, They partedmy 4. And for fear of him the keepers did shake, and became a* dead
fied without approval by the FAA
garments among them, and upon my vesture did they cast lots. men.
which Is mandatory. 45. Now from the sixth hour there was darkness over all the land 5. And the angel answered and said unto the women, Fear not ye:
The plane, a Beechcraft with unto the ninth hour. FOR I know that ye seek Jesus, which was crucified.
serial number N2999, had been in 46. And about the ninth hour Jesus cried with a loud voice, saying, 6. He is not here: for he is risen, as he said. Come, see the place
service Just four days with the Eli, Eli, lama sabachthanl that is to say, My God, my God, why hast where the Lord lay.
modifications completed when it thou forsaken me? 7. And go quickly, and tell his dlciples that he is risen from the dead;
crashed at Gainesville Municipal 47. Some of them that stood there, when they heard that, said This and, behold,he goeth before you into Galilee;there shall ye see him; to,
Airport, killing the pilot and all man calleth Elias. I have told you.

nine passengers. 48. And straightway one of them ran, and took a sponge, and filledit 8. And they departed quickly from the sepulchra with fear and great
Tht modifications made with- with vinegar, and put it on a reed, and gave him to drink. joy; and did run to bring his dlciples word.
out FAA approval were for the 49. The rest said, Let be, let us see whether Elias will come to save. 9. And as they went to tell his dlciples, behold, Jesus met them,
plane to carry a maximum weightof him. saying, All hail. And they came and held him by the feet, and worshippedhim.
9,360 pounds Instead of the maxi- 50. Jesus, when he had cried again with a loud voice, yielded up the .
mum 8,750 pounds for which it ghost. 10. Then said Jesus unto them, Be not afraid: go tell my brethrenthat
was designed. 51. And, behold, the veil of the temple was rent in twain from the they go Into Galilee, and there shall they see me.


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Peace Union MarchesThey're ..
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: regent Anthony Messina
::''' Easter Service ; ,
vice regent; Kent Fuqua,Secretary -
MarcVng. Foundation. The route for the groups, and UF students will reassemble 1 Easter sunrise services ; Larry Smith, trea-
Members ot the UF Student march stretches from there down after the march to hearan will be held in the UF sta- surer; Archie Caraway,his-
Peace Union (SPU) will march in University Avenue, a slight detour address by a member of the dium at 6 a.m. and every- torian; and Ed Barnes,chap
protest of world armaments this through the Negro section of Committee For Non-Violent Action one is invited, the Reverend lain.
Easter Sunday. Gainesville, back to UniversityAve. (CNVA), an International peace Gary Waller, assistant pas-
Bill Warinner, SPU president, ., and on to the downtown organization. tor of the First PresbyterIan Beauty &, BeastSusy
announced plans for the march at section of Gainesville, said Wari- "Some members of CNVA are Church said yesterday. Rablem,(AD Pi)and San ,
a meeting of the organization Wed- nner. making a peace march from Can- Waller, chairman of the dy Sadja(PILam) were crowned !
nesday night. He added that the group of ada to Havanna, Cuba,"said Wari- program, said that Dr. Del- last Friday afternoon Beauty
The march will get underway at marchers composed of SPU mem- nner. "We have contacted them bert Sterrett, program director and the Beast at the ATO House. :
,
10:15 a.m. Sunday at the Hillel bers, members of religious and they have agreed to send us of the Florida Union, Their first place total was ': ,,
a speaker from their group." will be In charge of the special $462.40. : <
= DRAMAGrea.tGodBrown'= The CNVA group will halt in music and the Rev. :
Lake City for a rest period over Thomas Mitchell will give A Hunt I !
the weekend, Warinner said. the Easter message. :
The Easter Bunny is plan-
; !
Mitchell is the pastor of '
I ning a treat for all the younger \, .
the First Methodist Church '
children (age two six) of i
MarchContinued and the topic of his sermon F
students, faculty and staff of!
will be "The Risen Christ. t
Lacks AnimationBy the UF I 1!
A.F. TestThe The University Dames' Annual j 'i
( from Page I) Easter Egg Hunt will beheld 1
DON FEDERMANFor that Mike Beistle was the one bright Air Force Officers i
spot of the evening. In a word, the Jacksonville situation eased Qualifying Test will be givento this Saturday from 10 to I i
his In the Interested freshmenand 12 a.m. The original afternoon I t
all the glamour of Richard acting was superb. substantially yesterday.The all '
Mason's production of "The Great Prologue, he played a perfect NAACP got special per- sophomores Saturday at time has been changed due to
God Brown," it is the play Itself "boob." In Part I, his awkwardness mission from Bryant and the cabi- 9:00 a.m. In room 208 of the Track Meet. Children will J' !
which makes the evening rather Jealousy, and conceit were net to stage the protest meetingon the Military Building. The hunt eggs at the University Wo-
than the Interpretation. The pro- so wonderfully natural. And in state property, starting at 10 : test is required for admis- men's Club House on Old New-f "
duction does have its moments,but Part II, one sensed a truly tor- a.m. when members of civil rights sion to the advanced pro- berry Road.
often it tends to distract,and more mented Brown. Enough with the organizations from throughout the gram. Each child Is asked to bring'I
than this, it Is quite Inanimate.It superlatives. state are to gather at A&M Uni- his own basket and ten cents ,
seems that Mason has been Jerry Rhodes' Dion was like an versity to start the march down- [ Officers ElectedKappa registration fee. There will
more succesful in presenting the oscillator. He is quite good when town, after parking their cars. FSI elected officers be prizes for those who find
conflict between the Dionysean the line Is tender, but when Dionis Some of the local Negro lead- for the spring trimester at the "Prize" eggs left by the
Apolllan spirits (the central actionof sarcastic, he has a tendency to ers wanted to call off the demon- a meeting Wednesday night. Bunny. Prizes' have been donated -
the play) than the tragedy which overplay the line. There are alsoa stration rather than take the chance They. are David Kazarian, by J. M. Fields Company.

comes out of this conflict. Not that few Instances when he.tends to that racial emotions,strained over m, ,,;:: : !.,ti i?.;, :i :s <:m tf! JjfZ 1,:'
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tragedy is absent from the pro- rush a line or an exit. Jacksonville, might spill over Into ( yADf.ic(42'Gek, < 'i'i;fk60005'? ) .t.W0i;. t..J
duction, but rather that lighting, Sara Jo Edfln as Cybel has violence here.
music, and the set are more oriented problems a bit similar to Rhodes, But the state NAACP leaders
around the conflict.In though more pronounced. When Insisted that plans continue as GAINESVILLE GETS CLEAN CAB SERVICEWALDO
referring to the above elements Cybel Is woman and mother to though Jacksonville had not hap-
quite a bit of attention has Dion, there Is some degree of pened. $1.00 PER PASSENGER
been given to the music. The sensitivity to Edlln's acting, but PACKAGES DELIVERED AIRPORT SERVICE
Bartok selections In Part I and when Cybel Is ,the crass prosti- SPECIAL OUT OP TOWN RATES

the Schoenberg intermission piece tute, a nun could do a better Job. RulesContinued
aided In creating moods of tension Also, her dance In her first sceneIs GAINESVILLE DIAMOND CAB
and torment, so Important to the stilted as to be ludicrous.By .
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some selections that had quite a mance Is turned in by Sandy Scalesas
different effect. The timeless Margaret. Despite her efforts, $5,563; UF Symphony, $695; Uni- 519 .. W. 4TH AVE., 0AINESVI'LE, PLA.
quality of the Prologue was nearly her inflections destroy the entire versity Religious Association,
destroyed by a trumpet outburst role. Her voice reminds one ofa $849; UF Choir, $1,193; Mayors across from Greyhound Bus Station
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from Jackie Gleason, and Cybel's high school girl, and this is Council, $286; SG Projects $4,140;
second scene, had a fine contem- unfortunate, because her move- Florida Union, $12,789; UF Intra-
porary jazz selection of Herble ments and emotive expressionsare murals, $7,938; Athletic Associa-
Mann, but the opening line was, not too bad. tion $15,030; Student Salaries (SG % /
"I Just love those ragtime tunes." The rest of the cast, say for and Publications) $7,422. v lri
Lighting and set, thanks to Ron Diane Pelfry as the secretaryand The total for fee allocationscomes
Jerit, were more consistent. The John Griess as Mr. Antony, to $72,64!*' r
lighting was more effective In PartII was atrocious -- the most life In other action, the Rules Com-
than Part I, particular the use less bunch of extras and bit playersever mittee placed on the agenda for
'of green In Part II for Brown's seen in recent Florida Tuesday night's meeting a report
confrontation with self. The set Players history. from the Legislative Council Ex-
was a fine example of functional Costumes are once again ably cuse Committee, replacements for Midnight Star
Evening Star
expressionism. handled by Mary Stephenson. members of the council who have VogueAngel's
Regrettably, many of the addi- Finally, there is the matter of resigned, and proposed changes in
tions and stage directions were not O'Neill. It would take a really the Lyceum Council Charter.
as simple as the set's appearance.The bad director to destroy the sheer C
dancers and the young couple magnificence of O'Neill's lines.
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of the Prologue heightened cer- One could say they have :seen bet-
tain images and aided circularity, ter O'Neillbut this doesn't matter. Kiser'sOFFICE
but at the same time tended to The fact that this Is a produc-
slow the pace of the production.Also tion of O'Neill makes It worth EQUIPMENT
some of the exits could have the viewing just to hear the poetry
been shortened. that runs throughout the play.May-
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JO McNITT "Hop on," Tommy L. Smith of "Yes," the coed ans we red.- 1
: TrophySporfngTime / Staff Writer Ocala said. "You ride on the back "How do you drive it?" I'
: with John. He's our best driver "You shift one down for first
Vroom, Vroom. and rider. He'll take you for a and two up for second and third," j
The sound of the"motors echoed ride you'll never forget." Noah said. "I'll put the clutch in f

: Is HereBy through the air. As the coed squeezed behind the and you do the shifting." I
The UF coed's chance" had come burly John Noah of Ocala on the As the two started out the coed
to try the "motors. one-seater "Motor," he turned did as she was told and shifted

JUDY LYNN PRINCE "Motors," are Harley-Davi- and said, "This your first time the gears, the "motor" was going
Campus Living Editor son motorcycles. out on one of these cycles?" 45 miles-per-hour. Going around a ,
curve the motor-cycle turned over.
"You've just been initiated into
;: Being chosen as one of the beauty queens and sweet- the club," Noah said.
r 1 "favorites" among the fra- hearts to their list of love- This was the beginning of the
ternity men is taking sor- lies. Reigning as the new Marion County Sheriff's Posse I
ority houses by storm as Military Ball Queen is Paula meeting. The posse, formed in
each house proudly displays Hicks with Betty Wendt as
N June 1961, as a separate organization -
their Sweetheart Trophies. one of her royal assistants. /h/
t ;N in 1 1 is composed of 14 members
from Ocala.
br The Alpha Chi Omega Paula was also honored by Each member Is adeputy sheriffof
; trophy shelf is now sport- being on the Theta Chi Sweet- : Marion County. The 14 men
ing five new trophies from heart Court. Crownedmaybe ( formed the posse as an informal
the recent selection of fra- with a derby?) Sigma Chi : organization for motorcycling in
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ternity sweethearts. Sharon Sweetheart was Sally Russel. December, 1060, when they were
K' Hennesy Is Lambda Chi Alpha "Marching along with Beta r part of the Ocala Junior Chamberof
Cresent Girl with Joy Theta Pi" is Sandy Neilson, Commerce. They perform in
Graham joining her on the elected to their Court in the dill parades throughout Florida.
court; while three AXO love- unusual campus wide con- The men must meet the qualifications -
: S, lies were named to the Sig- test. Chosen as varsity for membership, whichare

ma Nu Court: Paulette Fred- cheerleaders were Sharon .. being physically fit and havingno
: rick, Cindy Pike, and Donna Testy and Dianne Cueny. : -s .- record with the Federal Bureau
., Larson. The new additions ...... ..... of Investigation (FBI). These are
to the Army Sponsor program Placing second in the Beautyand qualifications anyone must meet to
L ,, are Linda Cox, MaryJo Beast Contest were DG become a deputy sheriff. In addi-
Fenton, Jean Salisbury, Liz Morrison and Eric Rob- tion each applicant Is voted upon
{ and Janith Hill. In the worldof ertson (not DG). Representing Puerto Rico Tour PlannedTouring by the posse members for admis-
Karen Roberts
beauty, was the entire campus Is sion.
S n first runnerup for Military newly selected Miss Univer- The posse men buy their own

1 Ball Queen. sity of Florida, Sharon together for the first performance for the famed cellist, motor-cycles with the money they
5 Testy. time, the UF Men's and Women's Pablo Casals. earn from the parades they per-
At the Tri-Delt House,Bee Glee Clubs will perform in Puerto form in. They must also have
Webber has copped the SigmaNu Mixing scholarship with Rico this spring. Webb said there will be no liability insurance which costs
Sweetheart title. Susan ethics are the Delta Phi Ep- solos in the hour and a halt con- $540 a year. This Is to protect

'k Knoebber was chosen for the silons. Vicki Welthorn is -,_ Glee Club Director Guy B.Webb cert. Variety in the program spectators at the different parades.
SPE Court and Kathy Crow a new addition to the Mor- said the highlight In Puerto Rico will be provided by the two groups. Smith said the posse practices
r' for the SAE Court. Arji tar Board Clan. Outstand7+ will be the April 18-25 tour spon- Each will sing about five selec- their cycling every Tuesday nighton
Chipley, outstanding Mortar ing speaker Patti Oken won sored by SG and the Music Dept. tions. an abandoned airport field off
Board tappee, was recently the extemporanious all cam U.S. 441 in Ocala.
elected vice president of The best part of the program, "We practlotto perfect our
pus speech contest. At the Seventy members of the Glee
Mortar Board. Making the annual DPhiE Senior Ban- '" Clubs have already attended the said Webb, will be "Frostlana," ability to maneuver on the cycles
big time In the television < Florida seven country songs with words Smith said. "it takes a lot of
quet, Judy Berowitz was State Vocal Festival in
". world was Marie Barber on voted Best Sister;Vicki Wel Daytona. Next they will appearIn by Robert Frost. Among these hard work and practice to put en
"Tell to the Camera" and thorn, Best Sister on Cam- ; Miami for six concerts. will be such famllar poems as a performance doing figure-eights"
"The Road Not Taken" and and cross-overs on cycles
Mary Kay Hamm on"Candid and Arlene "stop- going
pub, Kleinberg, y
ping By the Woods 45 h. We have 11 C'clesID
Camera. on a Snowy m. p. ,
Best Pledge. Trying some- The Glee Clubs will fly from
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the formation.
Evening.
--r. thing new is having "Big Miami to San Juan, Puerto Rico, .. .
? AOPi Lovely, Shirley Brothers" for the sorority.The where they will stay at EI Muramar
Chalberg, was crowned Phi Charter House Hotel.
Kappa Tau Sweetheart last first to start such a SPECIAL SALEcaRtoons
Webb said the Glee Clubs wouldbe
g weekend. program, the DPbIE's can
call on the Big Brothers, singing on television station
PS WIPR at the of Puerto
Is University
With finals forgotten Ronnie Bocher, Marvin BY
f contests Rico; at the Army's Ft. Buchanan,
the rush of beauty Fisch and Barry Halpern,
weekends the and at Ramey Air Force Base on, don abbis
and fraternity for their assistance at any v
add more the other side of the island.
X Delta Gamma's time.

For their final concert,the group I at the Campus Shop &
will sing at the Puerto Rico Con- Bookstore Browse Shop
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Beware The Jabberwock.SonEDITOR


a 1.11; C] JPi aBI, I. s, : will be posted in the lobby of your ed from outlying districts. They're
motel. Find the list. Read it. represented at each motel and ho-

Since undoubtedly many Alligator Memorize it. The bond you save tel. They wink at female passersby _

readers will join the pilgri- may be your own. on street corners. The more

mage to Daytona this weekend, I'd clever will be found in sweat.

appreciate your printing this as a Violation of any one of these shirts and swimming suits. DO
not fall for this disguise.
public service announcement.It rules will result In a ride in a
The SunThe a day in court Among the 150 "cases" found at
,
Searching Beach paddy wagon the Daytona Beach police station
is not unknown that the city and a fine. Among the rules are last Saturday night were the fol-
of Daytona Beach has prepared the following: Use of obscene

itself for this year's collegiate onslaught language in public; obscene or vulgar lowingThe boy who'd been overheard

by "clamping down" on dress; drinking intoxicating
using a common three-word
the sunrise. epitheton
world Is waiting for of
regardless
overly rambunctious students in beverages in public (
This weekend embraces the observance of one of the most Important beach build- the beach.
various and sundry ways. Yet, age); camping on the ;
religious events in all Christiandom. By setting aside this Sunday to beach painting obscene --The boy who'd been surfing in
the unsuspecting may be unawareof ing fires on the ;
pause and remember the resurrection, death becomes a symbol of a his underwear.The .
and/or on
words pictures
this year's rules and regula-
beginning rather than an end. -- boy booked for petty lar-
tions. Hence this letter. one's car.
It Is within the soul of almost every mortal being to wish, or some- ceny for taking three ice cubes

how believe, that death is but a midnight that separates today from from the Safari ice machine who

some tomorrow. For some that hope is blended into their religion; The Daytona Police Departmenthas The Daytona police would rival was later fined $15 per ice cube.

for others it is only a vague feeling of discontent that flickers upon published its own unique 10 our own Kampus Kops. They are --The 23-year-old who was tak-

watching the sun being lowered by golden threads into the sea; and in commandments for 1964. This list everywhere. They've been Import- en in for carrying an open can of

still others it is manifested in the negative with a repetition of the beer on the street.

philosophy expressed in Henley's "Invictus." The last case in particular

With the arrival of the time when Christianity looks joyously towardS serves to illustrate the benign

S morning sun, should come a moment of searching inquiry into I spirit which pervades the Daytona

the hope that glimmers in our own hearts. For some it may only intensify I'll See You In Jail police force. The boy was taken

the echo of Neitzsche, and for some a Psalm may take on addi- away, leaving his date standing

tional meaning..But whatever the belief, it should never be the kind alone on the street at 2 a.m.

that cannot profit by a moment's reflection.And (When he asked about his date, he
for most of us that moment of reflection will at least partially EDITOR: The crime inclpence in the was answered with: "That's tough
colored! section of Gainesville is
reflect the Joy of the Christian world, when on a Sunday morning in buddy.") The cruelest blow of
March the sun is greeted with the whisper, "lIe Is risen." I have no argument with the proportionatly higher than that in all, howeyer, was dealt when the
the white section. Their (sic)
validity of Mr. Lozoff's letter.
driver of the paddy wagon polished
t W. C. N. Five years Gainesville has curedme are any number of sources to back off the remainder of the boy's beer!
this claim. This is not the timeor
of idea about the intelligence -
any And so, a final word of warningto
level of the local police dept. place to go into the socio-
future Daytona-goers. Be dis-
Valve WeekendA However I beg him to reconsiderhis economic conditions and the
Safety creet. If not, be prepared to con-
opinions.The results of the Gainesville Negroin tribute to the DaytonaBeachpolicefund.
the past century. Sufice that
white-Negro relationship in
in
For, Daytona, more so
this town is somewhat less than this high crime rate does escot. than else
BrotherIs
big weekend lies ahead and for of UF's inhabitants anywhere Big
many 14,000 Ideal. Friction has become more An occasional shooting or knifing
these next three days will be of sand and suds either at watching you.
ones sun, one may not attract much attention on
and more evident in the past few
Sue 3JM
of the more famous Easter spots such as Fort Lauderdale or Daytona years. "this side of University Ave.," Haugsted,
Beach or in our own home towns.
There is an element in this but rest assured that that would
Many good times and much partying will goon as college students try town that for one reason or another quickly change when/if a white POLICYThe
to blow oft little of the trimester that has built since
a pressure up would welcome the chance to Increase person, no matter how innocently,
Jan. 6. It will be one last fling before settling down for the impending is Involved.It .
this friction. You were not Alligator recently adopted
: battery of final next month.
exams looking for trouble--the officer did was my unfortunate J privilege two new policies in handling
The offers word of caution to each of its readers.
Alligator
a one
to witness
a race riot a few
not know this. Furthermore, on years letters to the Editor.all .
;! Have a good time and work hard on that tan. But remember that more than one occasion my return ago. It is not a pretty sight.

trite old saying our parents started, "Be careful." trips from the colored section of The liberalizing influence of the

I Watch what you're doing when you're driving. Don't drive when town were closely escorted by assorted University would not affect greatlythe -- signers will include

you're under the influence. Behave as you think you should Instead red-neck types who would, seniments of a goodly portionof a telephone number

of the way everyone else is. Don't take foolish chances.In no doubt, have enjoyed adiscussionwith the local white population. I where they can be reach-
other words -- ed to verify the fact they
realize this is
me on my own views on a very personal
Our readers our favorite We want each back actually wrote the letter
are people. one Monday.W. racial Issues. I can sincerely opinion. I may be wrong -1 would
assure you that on those occasionsI hate to be proved right. to which their name is

W. L. welcomed the sight of"my friend, I have no intention of terminating signed.

the policeman." any of my visits to the coloured

section of Gainesville, and in all
Once There Was I probability, my turn for intimida- --names no longer will
SpringSpring be withheld unless the writer
It Is perilous to separate tion will come from the local PJ).
can show good reason
thinking rightly from acting I cannot condone or Justifyany
for such action.
rightly. He is half of their
came to the campus long enough to clothe it in a luxurianceof already personal prejudices
false who speculates on truth neither can I criticize their attempts
color and fragrance. Stepping back to survey her work, however, -
and does not do it. The penalty to protect my welfare-- The first of these two
she must have noticed the slowed steps of the populace, and the crumbling
mood of student studiousness. And either in the interest of academics, paid by him who specu- even though their motives may be policies Is designed to stop

or because she caught part of the fever herself, she seems to have lates on truth without doingit somewhat questionable. any bogus letters from appearing -

withdrawn just long enough to let old man Winter crack his whip over is that by degrees the very Sep you in Jail. in the pages of The
truth he holds becomes a Alligator.The .
campus one more time.
So now we peer from beneath umbrellas at once proud groups of falsehood. William D. Day, 2UC

flowers whose edges have been tinted with frost, let escape a reluctant
and retreat Indoors where last resort studies --F. W. Roberston
sigh, as a once more
Honest second is to prevent
become an acceptable alternative to Spring fever. differences of
from launching an
lows and honest debate are people
not disunity. They are the attack against their i pet

vital process of policymaking peeve while hiding behind
that nebulous cloak of secrecy -
among free men.Herbert .
called "Name With-
-- Hoover
: held."
"Let's not exaggerate the racial situation in this compaigni"3' !

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Plans DisclosedFor !

Has PneumoniaWASHINGTON BUY ONE :

(UPI) -Gen.Douglas -

Mac Arthur, convalescing t

Added Aid from two major operations, received t

antibioitics yesterday to 4

I combat a lung Inflammation. !

WASHINGTON (UPI -- Defense chairman of the Joint Chiefs, recently Doctors at Walter Reed Army

Secretary Robert S. McNamara returned from a five-day Medical Center said,however,that BIGGESTPEEL

yesterday disclosed plans to expand Inspection tour at President John- the 84-year-old war hero continuedto

South Viet Nam's air and son's request. make satisfactory progress although -

ground forces and pledged American he still was listed In serious
McNamara said they recommended
condition.A .
aid "for as long as it takes"to
defeat Communist Insurgents.In four options to the President. medical bulletin at midmorning -
First was withdrawal, which "the said the five-star general

a major speech, the defense United States totally rejects." The showed signs of"moderate pneu-

chief did not rule out the possi- second was neutralization, which monitis at the base of the right

bility of someday carrying the would lead to loss of South Viet lung." EVER

war to North Viet Nam. But Nam. The third option, McNamarasaid Officials described pneumonitls

he asserted than any such action was to start military actions as a "condition of localized acute

would be only a supplement to outside South Viet Nam, "particu- Inflammation 0 f the lung" and

the main goal of defeating the larly against North Viet Nam." termed It a benign form of pneu-

Communist Viet Cong within South Of this, he said: monia. Graduation Issue

Viet Nam's borders. "Appropriate antibiotics have ,
"This course of action--Its implications ..
been Instituted," the doctors said.
McNamara "totally rejected"the and ways of carryingit

idea of an American with- out--has been carefully studied. With 68 Pages Of

drawal from the embattled South- Whatever ultimate course action Hale

east Asian country. He also turned may be forced upon us by the other OpinionUnchanged

down proposals for "neutralization side, it is clear that actions under Fun Laughs And Girls.

," which he said would eventu- this option would be only a sup- ..

ally lead to Communist takeover. plement to, not a substitute for,
progress within South Viet Nam's

In his report on Viet Nam, own borders." Dean of Student Affairs, LesterL.

McNamara conceded that the situa- The fourth was to concentrateon Hale said that his previous

tion "has unquestionably worsened helping the South Vietnamesewin opinions on the Barbara Keller

at least since last fall," whena their own country and 'this, case were still unchanged yester- o DON ADDIS .

series of military coups began.He all agree, is essential, no matter day after a meeting with Student \ Y

and Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor, what else Is done." Government (SG) Pres. Ken Ken-
nedy. KENT FISCHER .

"As far as I'm concerned, the (His Very Last "P-:>dy
girl Is not qualified," Hale said.
By Fischer")
Soviets PromiseFliers' Miss Barbara Keller, 2UC, wad

elected to the Board of Student

Publications (BSP) In SG electionslast FONDAL'S PASSIONATE WORLD

ReleaseJOHNSON February. DSP has refusedto
seat Miss Keller because It

says it believes she Is not quali-

CITY, Tex. (UPI) "There are no Implications to fied.Dean --------PLUS---------
Hale's recommendation to
The Russians will release today be drawn" of any trade for the
UP President J. Wayne Reitz will
two American airmen held captivein freedom of the men, the White
coincide with the decision of DSP.
East Germany since their reconnaissance House said.
"I have made this decision,"
bomber was shot The two airmen were In the
Hale said, "my recommendation
down 16 days ago, the White House three-man crew of an Air Force
will be that he uphold DSP's decision -
announced last night. RB66 bomber downed by Soviet
that she (Miss Keller) Is e Girls Of Florida
The White House refused to fighters when It strayed over the
not qualified according to theboard's
give further details, but it was border on what American authori-
qualifications. .
disclosed that no "swap" was ties called a routine training flight
Qualifications for DSP memberswere
Involved. The United States Is near the central Berlin corridor.The 21
at the time Miss Keller was OF THE UF'S
giving nothing In return. three crewmen bailed out.
elected, a 2.3 gradepoint averageand
The announcement was made One, Lt. Harold W. Welch of Detroit GREATEST LOOKING
two trimesters experience on
shortly after President and Mrs. suffered a broken arm and fee supported publications COEDS !
Johnson flew home from Washington leg and was released to U. S.
junior or senior standing in the
to spend Easter at the LBJ authorities five days ago.
news editorial sequence of the
Ranch. Capt. David I. Holland of Hol-
School of Journalism and
The President was reported to land, Minn., and Capt. Melvin J.
Communications or experiencethat
have been told of the scheduled Kessler of Philadelphia, will be
the DSP considers equivalentto
release of the airmen at the White freed today.
the above qualifications.
House meeting with Secretary of White House Press Secretary
Miss Keller listed her qualifications -
State Dean Rusk just before the George E. Reedy disclosed the .,:,
as editor of Coedikette
President left for Johnson City. scheduled return of the filers ata -------PLUS---------
(Women Students'Association pub
Rusk met in Washington yester- press briefing. He gave no
lication) this year,Coedikette staff
day with Soviet Ambassador Ana- details.
member 1962-63, consultant to the
toly F. Dobrynin. Russia had
P.K. Yon g e literary magazine,
promised last weekend to release NOP Graduation Kit
correspondent to the Orlando Sen-
the fliers, but had not said whereor
CLASSIFIEDSGET
GATOR tinal Star from 1959-62, and
when their RB66 reconnais-
RESULTS sports editor of the Edgewater High
sance bomber was shot down by
Soviet fighters March 10. School student newspaper her jun- Special Graduation Goodies To Make
ior and senior
I years. Your Commencement An Official One I



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1/2 block from Law building: 2-
Univ. Extension 2832, Sell out! Must sell in two week 1 NEW HOMES IN PINE FOREST.
bedroom apartment, completely
Guitars-Goya G-20 Classical.Gibson A few ready for immediate occupancy I
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electric. April and August rent
shell cases. HALF PRICE. Com- home VA
ing new community. ,
I For Sale I plete --Slingerland drums with FHA, financing Hugh Edward's, COLONIAL MANOR Sublet 4 free. Available after April. 20.
B-124-3t-c)
6-7065. (
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cases. Original cost $650. Less Inc., N. E. 16th Ave. and 15th St. months. Beat the summer

than year old only $400. Porta- 2-1551. (A-70-tf-c). Air-conditioned furnished apt.
2 air conditioners, 1 ton, $125.
ble Motorola stereo $115 month. 2-8838. (B-126-
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1-1/2 ton $175. These alr-con- I rReal Estate I
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this trimester. This stuff MUST
models, almost new. FR 6-8366. cycle sharp looking A-l
After 6. (A-125-3t-c). GO -- Call Jeff 6-3851. (A-125- mechanically. First $215 gets It! Keep cool this summer in Colo- EXECUTIVE STUDENTS, AMBI-
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1960 Nash Metropolitan, radio and The new polaroid Land Camera. --. benefits in sub-letting, call 372- conditioned, soundproof offices

heater. Take up the payments $39 Takes color pictures. $40 savings. Healthways skin-diving tank with 7918 immediately. 4 rooms, good available. Furnished or unfurn-

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economical. Owner entering Army. (A-123-tf-c). Excellent condition, FR 2-2815 126-4t-c). phone services. $55 per month

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eye) only $30.00 w/case. Call Student selling 8 x 28 mobile ed apts. Bedroom and bath on (I-124-3t-c).

6-3851 Presby Student Center and home-complete bath facilities with 8' x 10' mobile home and newly balcony. Kitchen dinette, and living "INVEST NOW-PROFIT NOW and

ask for Rual Chandler or leave tub. Hickory 11111 Trailer Park. constructed 10' x 20' cabana. Five room on main floor Colorful later. 15% net profit and more

message and I'll call you. (A- Inquire at office, 376-6982. (A- minutes from campus. Town and full size appliances, washing from income property as comparedwith

.121-tf-p). 121-5t-c). Country Trailer Lodge 3762865.W. machines in each apartment. Walk 4-1/2% from
savings account -
A. Kelly. (A-124-5t-p). TO University. Shown by resident your
Buy apartment units or
I HEELS in S minutes 200 L. records for sale. Individually '-" No 1.
put on P. Newly repaired Bella Scooter.Call manager Apt. Campus future business property in the
SOLES in ISTmuwttt deal at 402 18th St. FR 2-
put on or as package Patty Moore 372-6381. (A-124- Apts. N. W. RIGHT location and at the RIGHT
bargain price -- Half classical, 3357. (B-119-10t-c).
As little
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MODERN SHOE half popular. AU records In good
you started. Consult Wayne D.
SHOP condition, perfect. 2-3811. comfortable front corner-
REPAIR many 1960 Moped-cheap dependable Large, Mason c/o Arnold Realty 372-3522.
heron from hi national bonk after 6:00 p.m. weekdays only. room. Located downtown. Arranged -
transportation. Priced for imme- (I-126-tf-c).
(A-121-tf-p). for 2 male students. Kitchen -
diate sale. See at 912 S. W. 7th
riuw Ave. Apt. 2 after 5 p.m. (A- and other privileges. 6-4592.
Starts Tonitel! 124-3t-c). (B-104-tf-c). [ WantedWanted I

ALL COLOR SMASH HITSI I I
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SEE ALL 3 LATE AS 8:48
: : Graduate studentto share
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open6.howat7i low 1st run admission air-conditioned 2 bedroom duplexat
FR 2-3794 2-1823 from
8 p.m. BEST OFFER. (A-124- or 6:00
EXCLUSIVE FIRST RUN IN AREA 2t-c). to9:00p.m. (B-120-tf-c). 825 NE 8th Ave. Your share
of rent & utilities will be $50
A\ ..T. ARABIAN ImmI OLD MAID school teacher must month. Available April 1. Mar-
} Cooperative living organization
//I} MODE .I.J- iiim! sell 1957 TRIUMPH motor scooter.
for summer vin Moss, 230D Engr. Bldg. Ext.
II :Ip:!: accepting applications
ii I, 1IGHTSKARE.When: nl!!! $45 cash. See today FR 6-0104. students ROOM AND BOARD $52 2986. (C-125-3t-c).
'I I ; ....1if 210 N. W. 15th Ter. (A-126-lt-c). environment. I
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if 'h.'nr l'nherits a .,., .' ...,: m!! Electric range. Excellent condition Phone FR 2-9616 Immediately. WANTED 1950-54 FORDS and

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I.I.! ;' :.m,....! Jones, FR 6-5636. So near campus 2832. (C-120-tf-c). "
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Ii Iii Shown TwIce ;:. .' }1111}} $70 per month. 1829 N. W. 2nd
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Ii Iii I I' Suitable for 3-4
b loUd. i Ave. people, $100
!! First .ii'} an Econo-break, away from the
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I': drudgery. $3.99
I
f II: ,=!fl flji Tenants pay electric only. Also
II!I. 'z plus 9cymi. for 12 hours of es-
!!i! available for fall trimester. Call
ji! !HI cape. FR 6-3644. (N-94-lt-'ti.
II: : '. evenings 6-4353. (B-114-tf-c).
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FridayMarch 27, 1964 The Florida Alligator Page 7 .-.
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By BOB THOMASart Reitz University seems to president think so. J. Wayne program school is in and good policy perspectivewith and aca- : "''lb: Slrir i iliQt1: : :

Athletic
III -- UF Program)
"We have one of the finest demic aspects." E 4
Is the UF's lil! letic program athletic programs in the South- Reitz's vote of confidence was '" ""

rth its annual operating bud- eastern Conference," said Reitz. backed up in a big way by Dr. by I

at of $1.3 million? "And I would say our athletic John H. Davis, UF botany professor JIM BIGGART ;


3ATOR CLASSIFIED( "Sure. it's worth it," blurted This is Easter Weekend. Most of the guys will be pursuing all the 'i i

Davis, UF botony professor. "It's young maidens in Daytona. Most of the guys except the Florida baseball
worth two million if you ask me. team, who will be host to the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets. No rest for

If there's one thing we need it's the wicked.
LI Autos I I Services I IPOtr.R health. And the best way to getit There has been a lot of hustle and desire on the practice field this
is by a balanced sports pro- week.this There seems to be a feeling In the air that we can go all the

gram. way year.
ORD, 1956. 2-door, radio, stan- ; MOWERS"AND EDGERS "Why the best thing that the Jimmy Duncan is doing a fine job this year as captain of the team. I
d I shift. 6 cycllnder. Good con- repaired. All work guaranteed. athletic department ever did was have never seen one guy with so much hustle and desire._

tlon. Phone 6-1582. Anytime Pick up and delivery. Minimum to buy that golf course last year. This is one of the funniest instances I have ever seen. We were
Flavet III apt. 248-U. From charges $2.00. Charlie's Fix-it I know about 25 professors who playing Auburn here last year. We took our hitting practice at 2 p.m.
p.m. to 6 p.m. ((G-125-3t-c). Shop. 1618 N. W. 1st Ave. Call started playing golf and will pro- on the practice diamond. This is opposite the main diamond in deep
___ 2=7233. (M-106-tf-c).
bably live 13 more years becauseof center field.
56 Studebaker wagon--air-con- it." Larry McGough -- last year's manager -- was out of the park on the
Honing, heater, radio,good tires.ar Babysitting .40 hour -- (anytime) other side of the road chasing foul balls.He was sitting lazily on the park
| guaranteed for $200; will sellas Ironing $2.50 basket. Call 2-7601. Cecil N. Smith, newly-elected bench.

[ is" for $150. Call 2-2722. (G- 120 N. W. 9th St. (M-89-5t-c). president of Florida's chapter of I grabbed a ball and threw it up in the air toward him and yelled'f
3-5t-p). CHILD CAKE: Permanent basis. the American Association of University "heads up McGoughl"! He jumped and looked up. The ball was almoston
Home with large backyard. $10 Professors, agreed with top of him. It landed on the street with a thud and bounced over his
359 Mercedes 180-$1100. 1959 week. Call 372-6950. 3026 N. W. Davis, but with marked reserva head going down the hill.

tollman, 4 door-$425. Both in 13th St. (M-117-5t-p). tions. McGough (looked at me and said, "Gads, what happened!"

xcellent condition. 376-0863. (G- "I enjoy spectator sports," I seriously said, "Moore just hit one out from home plate!"
23-2t-c). EUROPEAN JOBS -- TRAVEL started Smith slowly, "but I think He said, "You gotta be kidding!"
GRANTS for all students. Life- that college sports programs here I said, "Well you saw the ball land and bounce!"
360 Grey VW sedan. Good con- guarding, office work, etc. For and elsewhere sometimes can stop McGough could not believe it. It is 348 feet down the line in right

itlon Heater, seatbelts, radio, prospectus, application send $1; being amateur and start becoming field. The ball landed about 50 feet on the other side.
nd passenger reclining seat.$900r Dept. C., ASIS, 22 Avenue de la professional. It seems with pres- McGough said, "Man he really hit that one. Do you think we oughtto
reasonable offer. Before noon Llberte, Luxembourg City, Grand sureto win and greater competitionwe get a tape and measure It?"

}r after 6:30 call H. L. Sauers Duchy of Luxembourg. (M-113- are caught in a system. This I said, "Sarge Ayers will probably let you have one."

'R 6-3211 Ext. 5577. (G-123-2t-p). 18t-p). brings in a degree of professionalism 'I'll do that after practice when I have some time," McGough said.I .
MlMMi B M HBHM M BVVMM HBMri which Is not altogether de- walked away laughing. I told Moore and some others of the "fake"
WOMENS ALTERATIONS AND "
958 VOLKSWAGON with sunroof, slreable. homer.
DRESSMAKING. Fast Work and
adio, heater, whitewall tires, I dont' think Larry ever measured the homer. He still doesn't knowwe
reasonable rates. 372-6786 or Smith said he would like to see
500. Call FR 2-7907 durfngnoon pulled a joke on him.Relays .
250-R Flavet III, (M-124-6t-p)., Florida have an athletic program
our any week day or 2-7483
where more people would partici-
rom 6-7 p.m. any weekend. (G- NESTOR'S -- TV, RADIO, HIFI pate with less stress on winningand *
|21-4t-p). SERVICE. Tubes checked free. competition.The .
Free estimates. Next to Florida
athletic department's ans-
1961 Sprite. Excellent mechanically. Bookstore parking lot. 1627 N. W. wer, was perhaps best typlifled by
Phone FR 2-7326. (M- Baseballers
1st Ave. SetTomorrow
Chassis clean tonneau
cover, Hobe Hooser, administration assistant -
I side windows and good top. Clean 67-MWF-c). to Athletic Director Ray

I car reasonable price. Call Wisser Graves.

16-3211 Ext. 5629 after 5 p.m. and I I "I've made sports my lifework Brace For

lor weekends 2-6295. (G-113-U-c). TradeWill ," Hooser said, "and I think
that all you can get out of a good Perhaps the most outstanding
trade 1954 Chevrolet in good sports program such as charac- collection of athletes ever to per- Tech InvasionFlorida
1961 Valiant 4 dr. station wagon. ter building and sportsmanshipjust form In the Florida Relays will
I After 5 condition for motorcycle or motor
Extra clean wholesale. can't be measured In dollars represent 28 colleges 15 freshmenand
,
I G-126-lt-c). scooter. Call 2-3748 or see at pitchers hope to continuean
2-4790. (
call FR
1615 3rd and cents. junior colleges and 75 high '
N. W. place. (D-125-3t-c amazing record today when
''I think our sports program is schools here tomorrow. Georgia Tech invades for a two-
worth It," added Hooser, "I always Championship teams return game Southeastern ConferenceSEC
"CMON, HARRY rr1EGgTENoUSE have." from Brown University (distance ( ) baseball series.In .
medley relay) and Northeast Loui-
ISN'T THAT Dr. H. P. Constans, presidentof siana State (440 relay), while individual running up a five-game home
winning streak, Coach Dave Fuller's -
'' the University Athletic Association champions abound. '
CASUAL.' hurlers have pitched a total
which controls the ath- This list Includes Southeastern
of 49 Innings and allowed oppo-
'- letic department, had this to say. Conference Indoor champs Bill
--
nents to score In only fourof Uem.
"Well," Constans started, McCormick I (Auburn, 60-yard-

.' zz IIl choosing his words carefully,"I'll dash and borad jump), Jerry Smith This string includes a 13-inning
z say this. Our football budget (Auburn, 600-yard-run), Pat Pom- no-hitter thrown at Florida

(almost $1 million) is worth the phrey (Tennessee, 60yardhurdles Southern by a quartet of Gator(
money In the respect that withoutIt ), Ray Kedres (Tennessee, pole pitchers, a one-hitter pitched by
we couldn't have our other vault), Bob Redlngton (Tennessee, Fernandina sophomore Dan Griff In
sports." 1000-yard-run) and Justin Canale against Vanderbilt and a three-

The football team Is the only (Mississippi State, shot put). hit shutout of Georgia by junior
sport which makes a profit and Ten ther conference champions Danny Eggart of Pensacola.
it's through football that we can will be present representing the
subsidize our entire program.This Atlantic Coast, Southern and Big Only enemy scores came when
GATE HOUSE RESTAURANT gives alot of boys a chanceto Ten conferences. Big Ten representative Vanderbilt put a<'ross two runs in

participate In other sports that. best known is 70- the fourth and seventh innings ofa
1222 W. University Ave. could not have otherwise." yard low hurdles king Bill Smithof 6-4 loss March 17, and last

Ohio State, a verstile athlete Saturday when Georgia plated three
who finished 12th in the National runs late in the game during Flori-
Decathlon last season. da's record-setting 27-3 victory.

Bert Reus of Ohio Wesleyan,
TENNIS This run total of 27 marked the
who finished second in the NCAA
recorded in SEC
biggest ever play
discus last year, will be another
big name entry. by Florida.
RACKETS by Bancroft, Dunlop ("T Never has the high school Fuller pis.** to start his ace,
Danny Eggart (3-0), In today's
division been as strong. Nine par-
PRESSES, COVERS game against Tech and come backin
ticipants have run the 100-yard-
BALLS by Pennsylvania Dunlop and Tretom dash in 10.0 or less, 13 have the 2 p.m. Saturday game with ....
high jumped better than 6-0 with senior Jim Biggart (1-0), whose
TENNIS SHOES (men's & women's) Eau Gallle's Richard Callaway, topsat ERA is 0.60 after a team-leading

Falls US Keds 6-6. 15 innings of pitching work.
by Converse, Beacon ,


RED PERRY Shorts for Men, FRED PERRY skirts -- r _. UF Netters Test Notre Dame I

BERMUDAS, JAMAICAS & BLOUSES by Brodrick
..
CAPS, SUN SHADES, SWEAT BANDS t\ The Gator netters will take on tersect ional battle. e.
the first of two weekend Intersec- Florida is 5-4 for the season with

tional opponents today when they five regular season matches left
tangle with tht Notre Dame tennis after this weekend. The Galore

24-HOUR RACKET RE-STRINGING SERVICE = team on the UF courts. still have a make-up match left
Yesterday's scheduled South- with Georgia Tech and non-con-
eastern Conference match with ference clashes with Duke,' -"

Georgia Tech was postponed because Amherst, Hope, and FSU.
JIMMIE HUGHES SPORTING GOODS of inclement weather. April 22-24, the UFo netters will
Tomorrow, Coach Bill Potter's take part in the Florida Inter-

1113 W. University Ave. racketeers will host the Clemson collegiate Championships at Cape
University netter In another In- Coral.


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.' Page 8 The Florida; Alligator FridayMarch 27,1964



Dexedrine Danger FlaresDespite Warnings



By FRED LANE cludes Dean of Student Affairs will have no ill effects. pus are granule capsules ranging ber of cases In this field recordedby
Almost any UF'htdentwhowants Lester L. Hale's memorandum.A "It's just for a day or two at a from five to 30 milligrams--which the Infirmary since that action,
to can buy outlawed dexedrine pills typical comment to the ques- time," commented an already- prolong sleeplessness from 12 to Dr. Wright stated.
nearly anywhere on campus. tion, "Have you ever used dexedrine indoctrinated freshman. 18 hours on an average.
But he has to have a "friend for studying or known of Where do students get dexedrine The campus cost generally runs Although things have much
in the know." Its use?" came from a Broward from? between 50 cents and two dollars tighter" since state, local and
The use of dexedrine-ampheta- Hall junior: There are three sources, according per pill. It Just matters how university enforcement officials
mine drugs is governed under "Sure. It's pretty common. Almost to the UF Infirmary DIrector "tight" things are. raided two student pushers in November -
Florida's Barbiturate Law, Chap- everyone I know has taken Dr. S.s. Wright. They are Two former sources have now 1962, a great number of
ter 404, which prohibits the non- dex at one time or another." (1) a friendly pharmicist or family been shut off, Dr. Wright stressed.One students are still "In luck."
prescription selling, dispensing, Asked how she obtained the pill, physician; (2) weight-reducing state-wide, and one local.
giving away, leaving with or sup- the coed replied, "A friend soldit prescriptions; (3) adults or stu- Narcotic agents have almost Reportedly, "a good supply" of
plying such pills. Still this prac- to me." dents connected with pharmicist. wiped-out distribution through the the illegal pills was confiscated
tice is widely spread on campus.In A fraternity senior stated, "Al- The UF supply of benzedrine, truck stops through Florida which from those two students who were
addition to prosecution as a though I've never actually taken dexedrine, dexamyl, and the new were once a ready source of these later booted from the University.
felony, even threats of disciplinaryaction any of those pills myself, I'd say "wonder," rltalln, appears to stimulants, said Dr. Wright.He .
by the University have failed at least half the guys in the House focus on somewhat centralized stu- also noted that the University
UFers drink coffee.
to slow down the Illicit traffic. have tried one -- usually during dent sellers who are supplied by Infirmary no longer gives out such Many just
Others depend on caffeine-con-
Seemingly so pronounced are the finals." diffuse sources. prescriptions for any reason.
"
aids like "NoDoz. But
violations that each entering freshman "We've got a couple of The key to these for the average Dr. Wright Indicated that evidence taining a
is handed an information sheet regulars," he added. "One once student Is a "friend In the know." before this recent action had shown large, inestimatable number of
ow which warns about dexedrine and went seven days without sleep." These "friends" are a pretty com that some students getting dex, students still seek the magic of
4 its use. 'Despite warnings from univer- mon breed who knows someone, supposedly to control their weight, pep pills when the going gets
around finals time.
"For your owr health's sake, sity health officials and the Dean usually another student, with were actually passing it on
do not use these drugs except of Student Affairs, students still access. to others.
NEXT THE KICK TO DEX.
under medical prescription," con- seem to feel that taking pep pills Most commonly found on cam- There has been adecliningnum- :
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: Price New ChairmanOf Lack CriticizedAn I


Information desk often in William E. Rion, director of izations such as Lyceum Council
name only, is the one located in the the Florida Union, agreed with the and Florida Players are very cooperative -
Mayors' CouncilFloyd Florida Union. desk assistants. though, and have formedthe I
Desk assistants criticized cam- "We are given only half the Information habit of checking with us even
pus organizations this week for we need. Some organ- before they schedule events.
; Price, mayor of Corry failing to give them complete information --------- --
Village, was elected chairman of about scheduled events.
the Mayor's Council at its regular "To a certain extent, It is our
meeting Wednesday night. responsibility to keep up with cam- JOBS, ABROADSTUDENTS
pus activities, but we can't alwaysdo
a this," Wayne Alford stated.
& TEACHERSLargest
Price, 1LW, succeeds Lionel A. "When we receive questions about
(Lee) Robinson, 5EG. Andrew J. the kind of dress 'for some occa- NEW directory. Lists hundreds of
(Andy) Perclval, 1LW, cur- sion or the price of tickets, we permanent career opportunities: in Europe, South
rent member of the Legislative don't have this Information unlessit America, Africa and the Pacific, for MALE or
Council, replaced William A.BIll) has been given to us." :TEMALE. Totals 50 countries. Gives specific.
Slippy, 2 U C, executive se- "All we have usually is what is addresses' and names prospective U.S. employerswith
cretary. Slippy was recently appointed available to everyone," added Jim ; foreign subsidiaries. Exceptionally high pay,
Secretary of Married Wood. "This Includes the Orangeand free travel, etc. In addition, enclosed vital gu:da
Housing, a SG cabinet post. A Blue Bulletin and the Univer- and procedures necessary to foreign employment.
sity Activities Calendar.Con- Satisfaction guaranteed. Send two dollars to Jobs
j r sequently, we know only as muchas Abroad Directory-P. 0. Box 13593-Phoenix,
The Mayor's Council is composed most people who keep their eyes Arizona.
of mayor's and student government open on campus."
representatives from the it. L1 L .
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five
university married housing .........-
areas. }Housing areas Includedare
Flavets I, II, in, Corry and FLOYD PRICE
Schucht Villages. of the President's Executive Coun-
cil. HUGE CLASSICAL SALENEVER

His Interest in student
Price, former president of the government continues at the UF.
student body at Pensacola Junior Price is currently a member, and
College, received a BA InGovern- Chaplin, of the Legislative Council,
ment at FSU In 1963. He was chairman of the Excuse Committeeand BEFORE OFFERED AT THIS OUTSTANDING LOW, LOW COST I I
active in student government while a member of the powerful Bud- DIFFICULT TO
OBTAIN SYMPHONIES AND OPERAS FROM THE UNIQUE
attending FSU and was a member gel and Finance Committee.
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