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Title: The Florida alligator
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Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: April 1, 1964
Publication Date: 1912-1973
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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!i The Florida AgItatorTHOU

SHALT NOT SWEAT IT Vol.56; No. 129 University of Florida, Gainesville Wednesday, April 1 1,1964 IT AIN'T NO BIG THING .

:, Final Exams Cancelled

; ... -- -

r Board Of Control

r Voices Disapp/-0< I

Staff WriterAH

final examinations for the
current trimester have been can-
celled by UF President J.
I -w rkf ment late yesterday. "We want
Schlitz in an unprecedented move
those students to really sweat
that brought immediate condemnation -
these next few weeks."
for the Board of Control.
Schiltz's prepared statement
"What the hell does he think
he's doing, Howard Bellpepper,
"Because of the demands
board chairman, said after receiving -
wordofSchiltz'sannounce.SGCTFO. speeded-up trimester system, the
university has had to cancel many
of its functions this trimester.We .
have attempted only to elimi-
nate the programs of the university -

that are of least Importance.It .
AnnouncedA finally boiled down to either
f "a e + ,p j cutting out final exams or Fine

v _Jv: 4i formation of aStudent Govern- Arts Week. We chose the former

..... .il1'd'#.__ '''' ''''-- 1 & ment Committee To Find Out It because they usually recleve the

FEEDING I TIME AT BROWARD HALL There Really Is A President Reltz least publicity of the two.

.brings out the best in the dorm (SGCTFOITRIAPR) was announced "It was our decision to make
I residents. This picture was taken moments after a yesterday and a member of and we have made It," the state-
slop bucket was dropped in the Broward Hall lobby at suppertime last night. the group immediately Issued a ment concluded.

(Photo By Dean Marna Brady) statement saying he "doubted it." "U u 11 0 n e y," Bellpepper bel-
Homer P. Geech, 7AS, told The lowed via telephone In an exclusive -

Addlepator, "I've never seen him Agitator interview.
except on Candid Camera and "Schlitz has lost his marbles."
I Hall ? know all those TV people are Bellpepper said he would start
Where's Tigert really actors." immediate action to have the Johns

Oscar Boobhead, 7AS, who was Committee investigate the UF.
named chairman of the SGCTFOI- _"Any university that doesn't
UP students will be shocked Keys said had gone to his scene at about 11:15 p.m. with TRIAPR, took the opposite stand. have final exams mint; be a little
this morning to discover that car for a Jug of hot coffee and fire trucks and police dogs hopingto "Of course, we expect to uncover odd," he said.
Tigert Hall is missing. when he returned the building was get some practice in case their alot of sin and corruptionIn Schlitz said the decision was
Tigert Hall, which housed the gone. was a riot. this investigation," Boobheadsaid. made because of numerous student
i administrative offices of the UF, "I yust bane to me car for a "We heard there was something "Food Service Is terribleand complaints In recent weeks that
disappeared sometime last night minute un ven I return, no build- going on here and thought It wasa everybody knows It." there Just was not enough time to
y 1 between 10:30 and 11 accordingto Ing," Keys said In his Massachu- riot," report Police Chief Audrey Boobhead changed his statement do everything that had to be done.

Wlllbur T. Keys nightwatchman setts' 'drawl.University. Surley. "We were disappointed when he was Informed committee lie said several C-course instructors -

hi -at- tho--- hiiildiiur.-_n_____ -- -Police- arrived at the that it was only this." was to Investigate the existenceof had also said they would
The only remaining evedence of President Reitz and not Food not be able to grade all the test
where the building once was was Service. papers until next December."I .
Men Get CurfewBy one lone toilet seat belong to the "Oh," he was reported to haves really don't think there was
head of the university May Wayne anything else we could do,Schlitz
BIG NANCY The recent raid on Humid Hall Rice. aid.Other members otthe committee said. "It ain't no big thing any-
Staff WriterIn by some five thousand coeds from Pres. Rice was contacted at his said they doubted the president how."

a move to protect Florida the Brothel Hall (the livestock home, but he was "unavailable for really existed. UF Vice-PresidantBarryPaint.
men from what he called a group pavllllon) precipitated the curfew, comment." "He Is always 'unavailable for pot, who stood at Schiltz's right
of dangerous uncompromising females he said. During this raid, some Chief Surley later told the Agi- comment' and Is never In his office elbow during the dramtlc announ-
," Dean of men Frank T. ten thousand pieces of apparrelwere tator that his special man on the ," members of the SGCTFO- cement, said he agreed with Sch

A damns yesterday placed a 8:30 tossed Into the windows and assignment Sherlock Holmes con- ITRIAPR said.President litz."But
p.m. curfew on all UF male the boys were left "terror tacted Tallahassee and that the Reltz was not In his If I were the Board of

students. striJcen" by the onslaught.The police there reported seeing a office and was unavailable for
(Continued on Page 13))
"All boys dorms will be locked building sitting in the middle of l" mm.nt_

promptly at 8:30 every night," dean also noted the numberof Doak Cambell Stadium. Painted on
he said. "With the boys locked up, assaults made on boys by girls the building were the, words "Go
can't possibly get them to Hell, FSCW."
the girls Jumping out of bushes as a major
Into trouble as often, he added.
factor In his decision. Holmes said the Tallahassee
The "buddy system" (boys shall .
\ "Attacks such as these under-
police didn't think the building on
travel In pairs) will be Invoked
mine the very heart of American the FSU campus was Tigert Hall
to protect boys after dark until "
manhood he said. "Besides
and after several minutes of con- ,
I 8:30 and while returning home they force marriage upon too many sultation decided to take it out toa "y R
from progress tests and finals, "
unknowing men.
lake 50 miles from Tallahasee -
A-damns announce:
and dump it. The FSU authorities -
'Keep your window shades down,
reported that the building
,\ boys," he cautioned,warning dorm
seemed a little too big to be Tigert
residents against the number of
girls who have been caught with
i telescopes, binoculars, and other Surley also reported that a mysterious W
long-range lenses pointed In the phone call received at 1
direction of the dorms. a.m. warned that unless the university

1 A-damns said he will not toler- was willing to send $2.98to 1
ate any more Indecent dress on the a post office box in Micanopymore

boys, inferring Bermuda shorts. buildings would disappear.
"He said no more knobby knees However, Holmes said he believes
will be visable on campus because that the phone call was a hoax.

I this is obviously a contributing "If we follow through on this,
factor to the number of seductions every crackpot will make myster-
recently. ious phone calls every time a
building disappears," Holmes re-
Noted psychonalyst Minerra plied.
Rady said surveys have shown The Agitator also contacted

1 c kick"that girls often get an "erotic Florida Gov. Ferris Bryne. When "'" [ .. ........ -1" ;.T ..;4.1 ..
from knobby knees which asked what he planned to do about FOOD SERVICES ANNOUNCES
( are so casually shown around the the thleft, Bryne replied, "Well,
I I campus. right now it's a local matter." .new facilities open in Tolbert Area.



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Page 2 The Florida Agitator Wednesday,April 1 1,1964Student

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By Juice Machine i > 'bs ;o z b ,.x ,pit, ," 93tl ekxs4

A UP freshman was would have jumped in to help
beaten yesterday when the I'm allergic to orange juice,"
juice machine he had just .
his quarter In attacked him said the machine beat Blurp
the young man kicked it for about the head and face and
his money. attacked a campus policeman
Mortimer Blurp, 1UC came to Blurp's assistance.
Nome, Alaska, was listed in" had a class to go to then so
erful piddling" condition at to leave," Nurd said. "I don't
university Infirmary last what happened then." I" 4i %
the janitor, who was left in police chief Oodie I. <
there after the doctors said he does not think x.
5 p.m. machine devoured the officer.

According to the campus think our man just wandered ...
reports, the investigating and got lost on his way back
was also missing.At station," he said. "We've ".
I "'- ,
the scene of the him."I whole squad out now search- 9&
all that was left was the all the men's rooms on cam- ,
which was covered with a '
of blood and orange juice, said it was SOP I
campus policeman's Operating Procedure) "I
Metzel Nurd, an any officer to head Immedi-
the bizarre crime, said for the nearest men's room v
started the Incident by event they become lost any- __
machine solidly in the side on campus.
it refused to produce a got a two-way radio lo- _
orange juice or the quarter in every men's room so It's
"He kicked it right In the easy to find them," he
of couple of times and then .
machine screamed and did, however, ans-
squirting orange juice at "No comment," when asked
Nurd recounted. "The man his pollcwomen fared in this -
the machine and then it jumped .

food Service OK's J<, Y
I .Ry.Y 4 ,
l ,
Serving Of BoozeAfter

weeks of pressure from nitely, according to an unidentified
Student Government (SG) officers but highly reliable source. '
food service head G. D. Welldurn "But Welldurn had better put
today agreed to serve mixed drinksto lemon peel In those sours," he _
student with ID cards. warned.
"Since this includes about every The administration has gone on
student on campus," Welldurn record against the plan,but results
said, "no one should be disap- of the recent Alachway County :
pointed and maybe you students will wet-dry election has caused a a
get off my back." switch in some Tigert thinking,
The CampusClubCCwUiserve according to reports."I ief
whiskey sours and vodka colllns never had actually tasted
at lunch, while Graham Area Cafeteria liquor until the amendment passed,
(GAC) will feature scotchon one top dog explained. "It's actually e
the rocks. A trial period of rather good. I don't see why t p c
serving bloody Marys or screw- the students shouldn't be allowedto
drivers to breakfast lines is slated try it for themselves. We've
later this month.A got to give the swine a few sops
Student Government (SG) Investigation or they'll revolt. Perhaps it couldbe :
into food prices and rationed according to grades, "1q"F. Z a

quality has been postponed Indefi or something," he suggested. > 0.. ., .r otr

Honor Court Gives

I Step up to a handsome new level of

Out Death PenaltyThe cool comfort.The .

Honor Court today handed posure and was dragged screamingand
down a verdict of guilty In the twisting from the courtroom.The .
trial of Hargood Fink,' 2UC, for case will be appealed to the first step to Stock's where you will see a young man's
cheating on a prog test, then sen- Faculty Disciplinary Kangaroo world of fine natural shoulder suits by Nottingham.The .
tenced him to death. Court, which is expected to back
"This Is the greatest mockery up the lower court verdict.
of justice ever seen on a college "We've got to convince the stu- second step is the scope of selection. .pure wool
campus," screamed defense attor- dents that cheating Just isn't worthit tropicals, dacron and premium worsteds in patterns &
ney Marvin Belly, 3LW. He was ," said Hyram Goody,chancellor colorings that reiterate the rich quality of the light-
sentenced to death {too. of the Honor Court.I"PerhapsFink
Throughout the trial, Fink remained will serve as an example to weight fabrics.
calm and motionless them."
Some observers, In fact, believed Fink's execution is scheduled
him to be asleep. After the ver- for 11 a.m. tomorrow in the Plazaof The next step is the pleasure of wearing a Nottinghamsuit.

dict was announced, he paled fora the Americas. Students will The styles span seasons to give them lasting
moment, then regain his com- be excused from classes to attend. leadership away from changing fads.

Oh By The Way We invite you to see our selection for Spring & Summer. i 0. .

The Alligator thought i' ro be appropriate to Include within from $65.00 ...
the filterings of this plethora tomfoolery, statement puttingthe .,:.: -
minds of the more gullible students at ease. For those of
you who have not already guessed, the paper today has withinit
a few elements that might be classified as somewhat unique.
Lest it be feared that the world has gone off Its rocker, or
that we are entering Into unfair competition with the Orange
Peel, we hasten to assure you that the madness is purely
transitory.And .
with the passing of the date of April 1, our mood of m9I "
frivolity will accompany It by folding Its tent, and like the
6 South Main
Arabs, silently steal away.



r Wednesday- .April 1 1,1964 The -Florida Agitator Page 3

Seen 1 John, r,

You Seem 'Em All'By


WriterIn e

the 1800's when Horace Greeley of the New York Tribune ,, 4fl r 1rIJ )( A"

shouted, "Go West, young man, go West!", he should have said ,
the "North West" ---the NW corner of Flonda Field for that is rj

the location of the new, expensive-looking brick restrooms next
to the Journalism School.

Percy Beard, assistant athletic director, conducted the surveyas $r-F
to the need for better facilities last summer and contacted the

Maintenance dept. at Plant & Grounds to do the work.

Beard commented, "Primarily, the main reason for building the
restrooms was for those people who begin to park in the drill
field for the football games around midmorning. Because the gatesto

the stadium are locked at that time, there were no bathroom

facilities available. Beside football games, other events such as

intramurals and ROTC present the same problem also, and this

was the reason the Athletic Association felt they were necessary." : o.
So with "shovel hand" the Maintenance crew began constructionon
; : -
August 19, 1963. The walls of Merrybrothers University Range -

Color brick were erected, the concrete floor was laid, and the

electrical equipment was Installed. ...'.. ,.--'- -- -

Coach Beard said that the total construction cost amounted to ACTUAL SHOT OF ALBERT'S GATOR-NAPPING

funds$6,089.70 came and from this football sum was tickets.paid by the Athletic Association whose .is shown here. The picture was taken by a secret camera hidden in the nose of a I

Now some people might appear "smug" and say "So What? UF student who happened along when the crime took place. There were no witnesses.

If you've seen one 'John' you've seen them all," but obviouslythey "" (Photo by Audie I. Shuler)
do not appreciate the finer things in life. A young coed from

Palatka, Fla. dramatically argued, "To throw open that big white Food Service Says
door with its 'gen-u-ine' gold handle and step into an array of Albert FoundIn

green walls and spacious gray stalls with their'necessary added

equipment' is definitely a sight to behold. The dazzling white Nifcfiie To Board Car TrunkAlbert
lavatories are captivating, and the desire to wash your hands is

overwhelming." the Alligator, UF's
In almost any situation, not excluding the "outhouses," you will Food Service yesterday announ- they could eat for free. missing mascot, was found yes-

find both positive and negative opinions interminable, but in a light ced It would refuse to seat the Happy Welhatch, Food Service'shead terday by the Kampus Kops, bound
sense, Mrs. Katheryn H. Lewis, ad. asst. in the School of Journa- Board of Stupid Publications In dishwasher, said, "That and gagged In the trunk of Kop
lism office sumed up this feeling when she noted, "I may be ridingmy the main cafeteria despite the fact Southern hash mess Is our most Chief Audie I. Gumshoeler's car

bicycle since they took my parking place away, but wish they'd board members had been electedto popular dish when we serve it alone after being missing for ten days.

put the picnic tables up so I could eat my lunch!" their posts with the promise they side our pickled horsemeat. Besides Albert was gator-napped by per-

So in view of it all, be grateful for those restrooms you midmorning would get all the Southern hash that, the board members son or persons unknown March 20
football fans for"The Eyes of Florida Are Upon You!" don't meet the requirements to
his the cen-
from homey pen near
eat here." tury Tower and had been the sub-
I Exams Set Christmas Welhatch declined to name the ject of a state-wide search since
Day exact requirements needed to eat

at a Food Service establishment, then.The
4 foot reptile was
UF President J. Wayne Schlitz The exam period, which starts Schlitz said university students saying that the members of the
discovered in the trunk of the car
yesterday announced the final examination at 6 a.m. Christmas morning, was would be excused to open their board, "Like just don't make it,
while It
outside the
was parked
period next fall would called "the only thing we could presents Christmas morning but man."
Kop Shop near Jennings Hall by
begin on Christmas Day despite do under the speeded-up trimester added they would have to open themIn The disagreement began last
Scum Worm 2UC Worm was attempting -
the fact "certain religious system." the hall outside the testing room. week when Board of Stupid Publi- ,

leaders" In the community had Rev. I. M. Portly, local mini Byron Blockhead,warden of University cations chairman John Barrel tostealGumshoeler'scarwhen
he heard Albert from
objected. ster, called the decision "pretty College, said, "We never Issued a statement to all local growl
Inside the trunk.
"We can't let any one religious crummy if you asked me." really had Christmas holidays before press media (The Flavet Three
He ran Inside and got Gumshoe -
group have Its own way at the exPortly said it was Just another anyhow. It Just always happened Daily Moan and The Addlepator)
ler who shot the lock off the
pense of the university as a whole," step by the university towards that Christmas fell sometime that the board would definitely
trunk and rescued the animal.
Schlitz said via telephone from doing away with religion in the during the Christmas vacation." push the issue to the hilt.
The Chief said he had no Idea
Acapulco, Mexico where he was schools, citing the recent removal Student Government was report- "We plan to take it to Presi-
how Albert In the trunk of
attending an important conference. of the Bible and Das Kapital from edly preparing a petition to circu- dent G ritz, the Board of Controlor got
his car and did not know how long he
"Who do these Christians think the UF library as another ex. late among students protesting the even the Honor Court," Barrel
had been there."I .
they are anyhow?" ample. decision and the Student Group for said. "We aim to eat in one of
had been hearing a rumbling
those places If it kills us."
announced would
Equal Rights they
from the back of the car for abouta
picket as soon as they found out Student leaders were quick to week," he said "but I thoughtit
where to picket. point out it could do just that. "
was just rear end trouble.
Student reactions varied in a Willie Dlnklehelmer, executive Albert was taken Into police cus-
random poll by The Alligator. note-taker for the board, said he tody for questioning andGumshoe-

Mort Snort, 4IQ, said, '
i I PM to 2 AMInh.'H its entirely fair and don't think and change its mind. case sometime today.
anybody has any reason to gripe. "After all, my stomach has a

Everyone should take the tests deadline and deadlines are some- *
then without complaining." thing we must keep."

Snort is transferring to Miamiin A decision from President Gritz

June. was expected before the end of :irnJ.

Most other student reactionswere the year or the next time he was

somewhat unfavorable. in town, which ever comes first. Kampus Kop Chief Audio I.Gum-

shoeler reported his automobile

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its parking place In front of the

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Page 4 The Florida Agitator WednesdayApril 1 1,1964 The Vanishing FloridianEditor's

4' a i. i ri. I.
CJ : a, fS of the startled silence. An thus
( Note: The'ollowing Intelligence on the part by his
editor of the time the let- own constricted gasping whisper
letter was written last fall Just sports ,
Due to the nature of today's paper and as a result of challenges before the Alabama football game. ter wasn't printed, and it has remained he is damned forever to repeat

issued in the heat of an argument, our Editorial Editor and Staff At that time, our esteemed leaderof for the more progressivefacade those fatefull words.

Cartoonist have switched positions. Each has accused the other of of today's Alligator to bringit The sickness
today was just a lowly sports grows until it _
plagiarism in the ensuing battle; we leave it to the reader to Judge editor. To refresh your memory, to light.) sseses his whole being, and it po is
who the is.
this was the week in which the Dear Mr. Blunder: no longer enough to whisper them

"Fans Who Care," were beginning into the darkness of his locked

Not Another Like This OneYet their campaign to revive student I's not a sports fan, and as a room. And so he pours the poison -

another Fool's Day envelopes capriciously with capering wingsa spirit. This letter was a coherent matter of fact I don't know one into his roommates ear witha

protest against such a dangerous end of a football from the other cowardly mumble under the cover
fleeting moment that is not yet hitherto but whereas heretofore in as
movement; due to a defeciency of I'm told that a matter of of midnight. Recoiling In horror
much as henceforth and forthwith, notwithstanding, always brings to ,

our supremely erudite mind the shuddering words of Ditmars, who, symmetry makes the distinction flailing about in spasms of uncontrollable -

in a moment of surpassing perspicacity, observed: "Somebody put a POLICYThe superfluous.) I am a FAN fan rage until he finally

snake in my bed!" though, and have derived much collapses into a mass of sobbing

How, the stupid layreader asks, can this be applicable today? /Agitator accepts let- pleasure out of watching this peculiar incoherency, the roommate

The total import of this remark can best be brought to ripest fruitionby ters from readers, and is animal jump, scream and comes the second victim in the widening -

harkening our remembrances to yet another April morn, when ottersat occasionally known to print cheer his way into oblivion. Dur- swath of destruction cut by

play shattered the reflected physiognomy in palliative pools, and some of them...!! they meet ing the last couple of years, as the disease.At .

there were wolves in Wales, and the wherewithal herein was herewith, the following specifications. you have repeatedly asserted in first the campus notices noth-

and a freshman, who shall remain nameless, was transplanting orna- ...They must NOT in any your astute column he, like the ing as life seems to go on as

mentals in a manner which,to superlatively superior way of thinking, way demean a me.mberofthe dodo, has been conspicuous mianly usual. But slowly the more ob-

was solely a vestigial ritual initially Instigated by some Pre-Cambrian Agitator staff, (except Lun- by his absence. And I had long servant notice a changing complexion

primate phelgmatlcally extricating candy wrappers from his tree nest dy). since sighed my last goodby to of campus life. Individualsare

with a listless phalanx. Well, to make an extensive story succinct, ...They must NOT mention this anacronistic creature and seen wandering around with

a passing fletcher paused and asked, interrogatively, "What are you any controversial subjectsI. turned to bird watching to fill the

doing, transplanting ornamentals?" ( e. sex, the orange peel, vacuous longing for excitement he the glazed expression mesmeri-

We might very well pause and ask ourselves the same question.A or Pres. Schlitz'.) left behind. zed obsession. These people,when

few moments of ruthless introspection, dealt with the intrepid ...All must be signed, Include Now your column Is hinting that meeting in public, shake hands In

hand of Herschel when he cleft the mythological Fylnae (from the Greek the home address, uiewnere, far on the horizon,the a peculiar manner as if passing

"to at the table terra-cotta bed measurements and telephone embryonic remnants of
"amphora, meaning laugh ; a pan), for- some secret signal. The colors

might well lead us to questions of an even more interrogative nature. number of writer (If male, gotten race are beginning to take 'orange and blue' take on an added

Are we, in the ultimate analysis, merely transplanting ornamentals: the above may be ignored, the shallow breath of new life.
mysterious significance. Small
or are we, even more repugnantly, merely passing fletchers? To and the letter must be de- DO YOU KNOW WHAT THIS
'llvered groups can be found huddled together -
phrase it even more inextricably, are we bulldogging the dilemma of personally into the .COULD MEAN?
circular In the oaken darkness of
manipulative deglutition In the face of our own emotional athlete's foot, receptacle provided It could start with one demented
the millhopper, chanting with Increased -
or are we submitting like insipid serfs to the ventral venesection of conveniently each class freshman cringing in the dark recesses -
of the room) and if possible, a of his boldness their forbidden
some pseudo-seml-extra-neo-quasl-sophomoric protraction mental lonely room. The _
picture. slogan ---- I am a gator fanI n
processes? perspiring trembling silence ethos
...Letters of the AM A GATOR FAN --- I AM
So the next time someone stops you on the street and asks you this length through an empty soul -- settingoff
A GATOR FANllllBursting !!!!!
just to fill the
question, take our remarkably superb advice and recall automaticallythat necessary reverberations of hollow mad-
available Into the open like a
rancid April morn of yore, when rain fell like precipitation on space will be given ness that build into a creshendoof

meadows of crayon-green, and answer with the utmost of maxillary preference, and the Aggita- screaming stillness. Slowlythe smoldering forest fire the cam-
tor staff will pus is swept into a consuming
rigidity that no man is a transplanted ornamental unto himself, and personally Investigate whirlwind of passion condenses -
inferno of frenzied activity. Posters
that slumber-sanctorum is man's any letter whose into feverish
I your no herpetological repository. jumble of syl-
dimensions appear as if like magic
I But first make sure nobody put a snake in your bed. indicate that lables that join themselves with pro-
such a persuance might claiming loyalty and support.
D. G. A. demonic urgency into the sacrillous -
prove interesting. Restless groups of serried energy
? cry of a tortured soul --The
...In keeping with the aboveit prowl the campus night scattering
Dis Is Yer LifeToday steming brain gasps a desperate
leaflets and
may be noted that a return decorating goalposts.
whispered denial, and succombsto
address of Words like TEAM and WIN, and
Jennings ,
is April Fool's Day, a day dedicated to our UF. ,Malloryor the whelming surge of Insensi-
will SPIRIT creep into the campus
Rawlings be
Historically, this day has been one of great consequence In the bility. The madness rises witha

annuls of this nation's history. One April 1, 1776, Hobart Q. Trapflap mental bringing the letterto tortured breath and lifts Itself vernacular.On .
those November Sat-
the attention of the editors. chilly
started the first international dope ring which clumlnated In the Dope cast the trembling lips into the
urdays when the whole seething
Riots of May 1 of that year in the streets of Boston.It .
mass of organized chaos Is gathered -
was this group of dope-crazed patriots that instigated the famous
into the stadium, the whole
Boston Tea Party and served notice to the British that the colonists
town seems to shudder under the
were prepared to fight for their freedom.On 7
LITTLE SISTER impact of thou sands of voices
April Fool's Day, 1804, the decendants of Elvis Presley landedon
raised in a single chilling roar.
Plymouth Rock in San Francisco Bay to begin their new life In this
Once more the ignomious Invadors
rich, young land of promises.On NORFLEET
are subjected to the rattling Influence -
that same day in 1881, the City of Gainesville gained its first
of the thunderous
paved street which ran from where Broward Hall now stands out to
I the Beta woods. It wasn't until later when the university began to ,
TOR BAITI! Bugles sound as the
I grow between the two points that the city fathers decided to do away
gators break huddle and the word
with paved streets inside the city limits.
"CHARGE" becomes a quivering
And just recently, on April 1, 1962, the Soviet Union announced It
shaft of frustration Impaled in the
had successfully orbited an elephant around the plant Mars, thus settinga
spirit of the team.' Vari-
new goal for America in the Space Race. .enemy
gated patterns of color click into
And so with the slogan, "An elephant on the moon by June," this
existence cards are flashed
great country -- founded by foreigners and bolstered by colllgiate 1
with As the
neurotics -- steps boldly forward to meet the challenge of another military precision.
sP team goes off the field after well
April Fool's Day. oo

Mr. UF, this is your life rt1 played game they're given astand-
I 1 W.W.L. (t$1 ing ovation EVEN IF THEY LOSE!

.J. --------

Lifting The Lid On 1 Think of the effect this mael-

strom of activity would have on the

stability of our fair campus. Someof

A New Tradition Of The JohnSomewhere would our be'most lost cherished; no longer traditions could

within the upsidedown confines of this fine example of fans enjoy the lusty cheers extoll-

journalistic tomfoolery there appears a story telling of over $6,000 ing the virtues of Lamba Pooo;

that went for restrooms to be added to Florida Field, the UF's foot- the prodigious imbibition of anti-

ball stadium.At freeze would be curtailed for fear

first glance, we cried, "Foul," and "Cheat," and "Graft." "It Ain't No Big Thing" of missing an important play (fans

That was at first glance. The Florida would be able to WALK out of

But then we considered the deeper meaning of this monument to AgitatorAll the stadium); and last but para-

solitude and .nellowed. When mount in importance, the cheer-
our thoughts one considers the benefitsto the News That Fits
No. Consideration
be gained from this magnificent addition to our fine university, when leaders would have to waste

one thinks of what the new structure could mean to a football fan In Editor and Chief precious time attending pep rallies
an emergency, when one really examines these factors well it's almost .". Walking Blunder and leading cheers.
too much to consider.As Managed News Editor .. ..... .. .. ..::........ .......gull Filler Mr. Blunder, I appeal to your

the article so deftly brings out, the age-old adage, "You seen Opinionated Ass. Mgd.News Editor .....Nofast'..JoanAshcan reason and Intelligence to throw

one John, you seen them all' is no longer true. It is definitely not Sports Editor Outdoor.Wa (nor coherent) your energies into the battle to

i the case here at the UF. Featured ...Gleam Lazy eliminate this devious force beforeit
This new installation of h, ids is so awe-inspiring no (Jumping Bean) Tung step envelopes our fair campus.1Ielpstamp
overly- Editorial Asses ......... ........ .... .s and deal
tremendous and that The Vantebealone out this movement,
so just plain way-out, Agitator strongly Sue ,
Doggie, J. (Chipley Wonder Gaston/p.
) and
feels the set of Johns could easily foster a new tradition for the UF. bound, and Franz List. Thataway, P. Heaven- the manufacturers of pennants

We propose that several sets of bleachers be erected around the throat lozenges (whom I bold responsible -
Snoopers andPoopers ..... .... .. horriblemess
heads and the roof be removed from the restrooms. This whenever Cornelius for the whole
way, Don
( One, Seen 'Em All) Mattiso'n.'pa'ttYspUts Bradclsh'Don that
anyone had opportunity or cause to use said facilities, UF fans and (Lover) Davis Nan ) the final death blow
alumni could gather around in the bleachers and sing, "The Eyes of Skip-Along Travesty. will enable me to get back to my

Florida Are Upon You." bird watching; and our campus to

Thus, the Ivy-colored UF, the Gibraltar of Southern Institutions of THE FLORIDA live up to its sacred motto of ---
higher learning, the home of tHe 'progress tests and a half-dozen neophyte newsmen of the Is the official voice of the frustrated Come well or come woe

sinkholes, installs another. in its time-honored line of TRADITIONS. year on April 1. The FLORIDA Unicorn AGITATOR of Florida and is Is published once a Our status is quo.

foisted upon the U.s.
W. W. L. Post Office as second rate matter.
The fan who


Casual Observations Wednesday, April 1,1964 1 The Florida Agitator Page 5

,, Battle Of The Titans


By WAYNE NORFLEET Said Wayne, "They should give me Though it hangs to the floorI
. Editorial Editor more pay think I'll write more
; For writing this column all day. And more and more and more."
The door to my office slipped
1 After all, don't they know?
1I I quietly open. Lost deep In my What the hell, I'm a pro!" What's black and white,
work I didn't notice the arm reach- NO FOOLIN'!
feet in
(A professional WHAT, he won't Ten height
Ing over the threshold until the say.) And trapped in verbosity'smandibles
dart went whizzing by my face In ?
a dizzying blur of red and white.
Said Norfleet, "My ultimate goalIs Wayne's "edy" (festooned with an
Ten minutes later he casually
Addis cartoonTo
to write such an un-ending scroll
strolled through the office; a slim That they have to use tissue make it at least understandibles -
figure in faded blue jeans, a weak For each coming issue ). THE BIGGEST & GREATEST ORANGE PEEL

upper lip supporting a rediculous And print the whole thing on a roll. EVER PUBLISHED ON OR OFF CAMPUS -
bristling mustache, and blue eyes Naturally this latest landslide

peering myopically through horn Immediately I knew I was out of completely burned my last sur-
rimmed glasses. There was a my element when I could come up viving hopes of coming out of the STILL ONLY 25"DOC"$
slight slouch to his shoulders, and fray alive I tried
only with the feeble replys.... so franticallyto
the careless way his arms swungat establish some sort of peaceon

his sides gave no portention Said addis "My fans will all cite the home front...to late, the
of the coming danger. When he That my cartoons don't NEED to whole staff has gotten into the
reached the center, of the room, make sense spirit of things with notes filling
an evil gleem flickered in his eye, But if I could draw like Norfleetcan the air like feathers In a barn- _
he quickly pivoted on his size writeI yard windstorm.But GOODWIN -

twelve shoes and sent another wouldn't need this defense." I'm determined to keep above
flashing missive zooming past my the fray and extend the olive branchof MARKETING'S
ear.addis An addis cartoon peace to my mustacheoed cohort.
strikes again! Like a festive balloon The next time he asks me how SUPER
The above events are only some Without hot air large to draw his cartoon,I'll show :
of the latest actions precipitatedby Is nowhere.My my magnaminlty by telling him to \
the feud that has developed between make it as large as he needs to, SELLER

myself and that proliferation fears were substantiatedwhen to get his point across..and when
of poisen pens known as don addis.It he counterattacked with: he comes In clutching the same
all started when one day, in old size, I'll have his reasonsall He made $9,000 i in
an honest attempt at accuracy, I written out...
Said Wayne, "Holy mackerel, I'm 2 months from the US
typed a message on the dummy swell!

sheet for the editorial page."Thisspace I can dash off my columns like hell! "I couldn't do that, was his only Navy, and combines

reserved for a feeble attemptat I can crank out the wordsIn defenseOr f experience and humorto
graphic humor by our astute thundering herds! my labor would never have
minion of the pen." ceased.. teach salesmanship.BUY .
Too bad that I can't do it well!
The next morning I found on For to make up In size what it

my desk a small slip of paper, Said Wayne, "Though my fingersare lacketh in senseIt
------------ ONE-------------
decorated by the famous weepinglion sore, would cover six pages at least!"
that immediately identified it column is five-foot-four
My just W. C. N.
as a message from addis. It ------ POT SHOTS ONE MORE TIME
said simply,"What is neither com-
prehenslv e nor cogent nor sensi- LETTERS:

ble nor Intelligent nor fleet..." EDITOR: o KEN KENNEDY INTERVIEW

I retaliated with 'What is mus- Stop me- before I kill morel Have A Blast
tacheoed bleeds black ink when
Name Withheld
pierced with a superior Intellect, EDITOR: WHO IS THIS MAN SHANNON?
and is going extlnct..AAdvark EDITOR:

addis. We would like to officially con- LETTERS TO TIGERT
him before he kills
Stop me
the above he
After seeing
demn the action of the Daytona
derisive laugh and came back too! Living in Fear Kops in arresting UF students on
with "The thing that makes me their Easter vacations..What the PEELMATE BETTY WENDT

fear for the alligator is that Its President SpeaksEDITOR hell, If we can't have a little fun
editorial policy is on the Wayne." what are we here for?
Let's face it, I was hurtln... -----------BUy ONE-------------

nevertheless taking the advice of : The Dept. of Religion
the bard, I decided that being In EDITOR:
the battle, I would bear't that the In response to your recent edi-

oppos'd should beware of me. SoI torial attacking my position I James Wilkenson, George Fink,
countered with....An addlmeter (Editor's Note: this letter has Mandy Zilch
is the newest In the microbiologists been slightly edited because of
table of measures..an addl space problems.) Letter Withheld :-(
meter is equal to one to the EDITOR:

minus one hundred millimicrons. EDITOR: Pres. Wrights
The unit was derived by taking May I take this opportunity to
addis' I. Q. (in miles) to the Unless your school band Immediately congratulate The Agitatoron: the
tenth power..the unit is used to adopts the ten gallonhat fine job that has been done on
measure the humor in an Alligator as part of the standard uni- campus and national news cover-

Cartoon." form, the justice department will age; the copy has been well writ- 1
This exchange seemed to snap begin an intensive investigation of ten, accurate and Interesting. In
the one frayed remaining threadof your institution. view of the tremendous problemsof A special
decency left in the feeble mind, L. B. J. putting out a daily paper super- 6-page tributeto
and unleashed a torrent of des- Imposed on the carrying of a full
criptions such as, "Wayne Nor- Let There Be PiecesEDITOR academic load, I think your efforts The Girls :,

fleet Is to good writing as the have been superhuman, and of Gatorland .
Jews harp is to Beethoven's ninth : your results Imminently success-
symphony..or as Womanhood is to full. ?''
Jack The Ripper.. or as If we ever find the guy who stole -- .
CENSORED the typewriter out of our office Walker Lundy
I waved one little finger of wit we're going to stuff it down his }
to prove I was still alive by remarking throat and stomp him until it

as Bluebeard that addis Is Is to to marriage cartooning -, punts all over"Thou his kidney.Shalt Not Steal," .! !! S 1: A !! !

and that after his last cartoon, "GIRLS 'N' GRADUATION" ISSUE
addis' went Into mourning for .- -
pen Student Peace Union
with Don Addis "Bodies by Fischer" Fondal I
having been a party to the deathof ,
humor, ...etc... EDITOR: STUDY ANYTIME--ANYWHERE--- Fanorkin, NOP Graduation Kit, Fun, Sex &

We believe the bellocose rumb- Laughs I
Oblivious to the obvious attem,"' lings of the Student Peace Unionto Sound attenuators as

at fair play on my part, ade be dangerous and disturbingly utilized by militaryand

began going completely beyond the unsettling. commercial jet NEWORANGE

bounds of reason by writing lIm- aircraft ground crew .
merics..and delivering them with Cuban Revolutionary Council
personnel are the
the steel tipped missives stolen
from The Alligator dart board. Where Is You? perfect solution.For '
information write :
Wayne Norfleet's a gentleman who \,,.
Would rather be severed In two Academic Aids
someone come '
And fed to the mice get me out of this damn swamp. P.O. Box 969 PEEL
let word suffice
Then one
will Berkeley 1, Calif.
Where four score and twenty Albert
do. :.

6 The Florida I Anrll 1
Agitator Worlnocrlnu 1,1964
HL L u L A' f'7'
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Univ. Extension 2832, NEW HOMES IN PINE FOREST.A 2 five gallon aquariums with air FURNISHED APARTMENTS FOR

or Room 14 Fla. Union few ready for Immediate occu- pump filter, fish etc. $15. Call RENT: Two bedroom furnished I Lost &. Found I
student Right near
pancy. G ainesv)lie's fastest grow- 2-6626 or 2-7262. (A-129-lt-c).
ing new home community. VA campus. Will accomodate up to
[ I FHA, financing. Hugh E d war d's, MOTORCYCLE FOR SALE --Tri- four students comfortably. Spec- FOUND: Wrist watch in MurphreeArea.
For Sale ial rates. Call Mrs. Call Lin Padgett FR 2-
Thunderbird. Very good con-
Inc., N. E. 16th Ave. and 15th St. umph
2-1551. (A-70-tf-c). dition. 650cc. $345 cash. See Jones, FR 6-5636. So near campus 9219. Indemnification necessary.

mate model Honda motorcycle 305- today FR 6-0104. 210 N. W. 15th you need no car. (B-120-tf-c). ).

:c. 2 cycllnder electric starter. 200 L. P. records for sale. Individually Terrace. (A-129-2t-c).
?or information call Gary Huber or as package deal at Air conditioned efficiency apart- rl29-lt-p I
J'7 -9345 after 6. (A-128-2t-c). bargain price -- Half classical, Admiral T. V. 17" table model. ments. Suitable for 2-3 people,,
$70 per month. 1829 N. W. 2nd
condition. 3726407.
Excellent -
half popular. All records in good
3 x30 mobile home and newly Ave. Suitable for 3-4 people, $100 mechahidal-
condition, many perfect. 2-3811. 703 N. E. 2nd St. (A-129- 1961 Sprite. Excellent
constructed 10' 20' cabana. Five per month. 1518 N. W. 4th Ave.
x tonneau
after 6:00 p.m. weekdays only. 3t-c). ly. Chassis clean, cover,
minutes from campus. Town and (A-121-tf-p). Tenants pay electric only. Also side windows and good top. Cleancar

Country Trailer Lodge 3762865.W. 8' x 30: mobile home and newly available for fall trimester. Call reasonable price. Call Wisser

. A.. Kelly (A-124-5t-p). The new polaroid Land Camera. constructed 10' x 20' cabana. Five evenings 6-4353. (B-114-tf-c). 6-3211 Ext. 5629 after 5 p.m. and

Takes color pictures. $40 savings. minutes from campus. Town and or weekends 2-6295. (G-113-tf-c.:
Lambretta 150 LD. Good engine. Never been used. Call FR 2-0516. Country Trailer Lodge 3762865.W. Attractive large room In quiet .

Fine low transportation.$100. (A-123-tf-c). A. Kelly. (A-124-5t-c). modern home. Ideal for student 1956 Studebaker wagonairconditioning -
who needs desirable
If Interested call FR 63679. (A- a place to heater, radio, good tires.
127-4t-c). 3 month old purebred chow puppy study. FR 2-7883. (B-111-tf-c). Car guaranteed for $200; will sell

$30. Temporary distemper shot I "as is" for $150. Call 2-2722.
already given. 2-6626 or 2-7262. For RentOne NEW AIR CONDITIONED furnished (-123-5t-p).
Student selling 8 x 28 mobile (A-129-lt-c). apts. Bedroom and bath on

home-complete bath facilities with nice front bedroom, near Howard balcony. Kitchen dinette, and liv-
tub. Hickory Hill Trailer Park. PUT YOUR AD HERE Johnson Restaurant. 2-4867. ing room on main floor. Color- r rCar Rental I

Inquire 121-5t-c).at office, 3766982. (A- $1 for One Day (B-129-3t-c). ful full size appliances, washing
,- machines in each apartment. Walk
ECONO-CAR. We're only number
. -i 2 bedroom well-furnished first TO University. Shown by resident
3. We have to try twice as hardas
floor duolex. Quiet neighborhoodnear manager Apt. No 1., Campus
... "YesVirginia there number 2. FURYat
Try our
campus. Air-conditioner. Apts. 402 N. W. 18th St. FR 2-

i is a Dr. Strangelove"I .. >.,:::iJi:)'.;:;.: Will accept 3 mature, quiet men 3357. (B-119-10t-c). (N-tf-91-c$6.49 plus). 9 /mi. FR 6-3644.

and ..; students or faculty. 6-6494. (B-
) .. Available for summer trimester.
'The' Best American Two-story two bedroom furnished I Services I
", apartment, with kitchen. One block
FOR RENT 3 bedroom 2 full
Movie In Years!
OVER from campus. $90 month. Call
bath houses, kitchen equipped and
-NEW YORKER.:*' partially furnished. Any no. of 6-2160. (B-124-5t-c). GAINESVILLE MINIATURE

.' J' occupants $100 per mo. 1620 N.W. RACEWAY. Largest "Slot Car"

55th Ter. Call 2-8668 after 5. Large clean apartment, electri- track in North Florida. Opening

This i G rea t' For A Peter Sellers George' C.Scott (B-129-5t-c). city, hot, cold water furnished.$40 April 3rd. If you don't know whatit
and $65 per month. Summer rates is drop by any night this week
Itllllt IIuMKM
2nd BIG WEEK 1/2 block from Law building; 2 1614 N. W. 3rd Place. FR 22946or for a look-see. Old Phi KappaPI.
Dr. StrangeloveTH bedroom apartment, completely FR 2-7366. (B-128-5t-c). W. Univ. above Lord Byron's.

or.:How I Learned To Stop Worrying furnished, kitchen equipped, all (M-128-6t-c).
RU TUES, APRIL 7 And.love The Bomb electric. April and August rent Large room-furnished, includes
1 13579 free. Available after April 20. utilities. QUITE, mile student. POWER MOWERS AND EDGERS
pm FR 6-7065. (B-129-3t-c). Includes study and sleeping room. repaired. All work guaranteed.Pick .
I Iit'r;
... Located near campus and town. up and delivery. Minimum

Housing for men students. One Call 6-5368 or 6-2100. 202 N. W. charges $2.00. Charlie's Fix-it

... "It Made Me Laff" block from campus Near air- 12th Ter. (B-128-tf-c). Shop. 1618 N. W. 1st Ave. Call

signed Modine Grunch conditioned main library, all faci- 2-7233. (M-106-tf-c).
lities for good living private Clean single rooms, $20 and $25
entrances, ground floor, motel per month. For men only, three JOBS -- TRAVEL
GRANTS for all
style. Refrigerators, some air blocks from university. 1614 N.W. students. Life-
, guarding, office work, etc. For
conditioners. University approved.Low 3rd Place. FR 2-2946 or FR 2-
STORMED summer rates. Office 127 7366. (B-128-5t-c). prospectus, application send $1;
Dept. C., ASIS, 22 Avenue de la
N. W. 15 Terrace. Phone 6-6494.
OUT OF (B-125-6t-c). 11... Liberte, Luxembourg City, Grand
Duchy of Luxembourg. (M-113-
One bedroom apt. 2 students or

THE ARABIAN DESERT. Keep cool this summer in Colonial married couple. One block from 18t-p).

Manor apt. 55. For Fringe campus. Car port. 1126 S. W. 2nd WOMENS ALTERATIONS ANL

INTO THE LEGENDSOF benefits in sub-letting, call 372- Ave. 62771. $75. (B-128-3t-c). DRESSMAKING. Fast Work and

7918 immediately. 4 rooms, good reasonable rates. 372-6786 or
THE WORLD! location and good neighbors. (B- 250-R Flavet III, (M-124-6t-p).

126-4t-c). f Wanted J

't<':," ,f! -- I L I

:'' Large, comfortable front corner- 2 female roommates needed for Help WantedSPARE

room. Located downtown. Arranged summer trimester. 2 bedroom apt.

for 2 male students. Kitchen behind Norman. $18.75 per month. TIME. You can earn $40a

and other privileges. 6-4592. Call Sandy 2-8810. (C-127-5t-c). week commission by showingthe

(B-104-tf-c). Viviane Woodard Beauth Pro-
Female roommate for next fall
gram. Call Johnny Turner 376-
trimester. Private bedroom in
1480. 9-5. (E-120-15t-c).
HEELS put on in minutes large comfortable house. Will needa

SOLES car. 2-8588. (C-128-3t-c).
put on in ISTminvw
:> .. Wanted waiters for summer tri-

7ACADEMYAWARDS1 MODERKfSHQE WANTED: Roommate to share air- mester. Must be 21. Gatehouse
.S L' conditioned apartment. Two blocks Restaurant. 1222 W. University
w I .;' : [across from lit national SHOP honkNOW2 from campus. $70 a month $35 Ave. Call 6-5843. (E-123-tf-c).
t ''f,' .il
per person. Pay electricity only.
J OF !
Should have car. Call 6-4163.

.,: Columbia Pictures NEW (C-129-tf-c). I L Real EstateINVEST I

THE SAM SPIEGEL DAVID LEAN One roommate wanted. Apt. for

DRIVE-/N THATRE summer. Air conditioned, two
5400 H..ll r+. 20.M EJOt f rooms and kitchenette. With two NOW-PROFIT NOW and
lAWRENCEOFAIRBI4 later. 15% net
profit and
roommates. Call 60317. John
Color Laff Hits 1 from income
property as comparedwith
Gaff. (C-129-2t-c).
First Runopen 6:45show WANTED 4-1/2% from your savings ac-
1950-54 FORDS and count.
Buy apartment units or
7:00showstwice CHEVROLETS. Al Herndon's
business property in the
Service Station. Located 916 S.
RIGHT location and at the RIGHT
: Tony
4th St. (C-83-tf-c).
.'_ ALEC GUINNESS ANTHONY OUINN JACK HAWKINS "" price. As little as $1500 can get
....,.... PETER O'TOOLE. D.
OMAR SHARIFAir............ -......Yy" .--....-... -.'LANRENCC'cGEL .. date desperately this Saturday Mason c/o Arnold Realty 372-3522.
__ ._. DAVID LfAIII TECHNICOLOR-SUPER"NAVISION'0' night. I'm very cute, have an excellent (M26-tf-c).
; DiSN EY'S 9:00Debbie Reynolds personally, and LOVE boys.

"MARY MARY" I'll be glad to pick you up in my

cs 1964 Stingray and will be more than GATOR
happy to pay for your supper.
: "SHOCK TREATMENT" Please help me out. I'm desperate.Call RESULTS!

Shirley at 2-7055 after 11 p.m. -- "




Wednesday, April 1 1964 The Florida Agitator Page 9 .. .
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ti w Volunteers
# f Corps

2 : : r Move Into FlavetsPeace

1 : : ) Corp volunteers will move into the Flavet areas next week,
according to a joint statement from Rarold C. Hiker university housing
director and Private Schriber, director of the Peace Corp.
"We have to attack the problem of poverty at the grass roots,"
r said Hiker. "It is a real problem for the natives to exist under a
communal living plan. There Is constant agitation between the bicycle
crowd and the sport car element."
The main problem to be attacked in the Flavet areas Is to teach the
l ASS natives to live with the small animal colonies present."I .
3l z : don't see why we have to share our food with those little brown
bugs," said Fom Tloyd mayor of Flavet HI. "After all our parents
f i3, $ send us the money to support all these kids and It is not fair that they
1 ; should have to donate a portion of their steak to the refugees from Food

Private Schrlbers main concern is the lack of reproduction among ..
; 1jL : the natives.
4 "We are going to employ an Incentive plan to encourage more reproduction -
from the area. They only have six children per familyat
4t present and if the natives continue to function at such a low rateit
I will completely disrupt the Presidents war on poverty. We can not
\ have so many people employed and still maintain our high rate of spend-
ing," said Schriber.
A recent poll of village wives Indicates a demand for more study
___ -r -_ ,- __-,..._.._.._ ___-" -_ __.___' __._,-___ time as a cause of the birth decline.
HOME SWEET HOME "We do our best to do our part but It is very difficult to competewith
the charms of advanced calculating or what ever they call it,"
.is Flavet III mayor's suite overlooking beautiful Sewer Creek. The one room, said Ellle Crumpet 401Z.

knotty pine, raunch-style home comes complete with parallel bars and swimming Living conditions for the Peace Corp volunteers will be very similar

pool (behind post). A bomb shelter is provided under a camouflage cover of bro- to Schriber.those encountered In the most under developed nations, accordingto

ken logs (peer closely at right foreground). "We choose the Flavet area as a pilot operation because of the many
problems our leaders can encounter. Whereelsecanthey learn to dodge
UC Dames- the dripping of coffee from a second floor apartment while they fight
off the Invasion of termites, said Schriber as he wiped brown dripping
EDUCATION THIS YEAR AND WILL THEN COMMENCE WORK. New LeadersUniversity History of the buildings in the Flavet areas dates back to the Spanish
Apply to STEVENS BROS. FOUNDATION, INC.A American War. According to data available the buildings have been sold
Nen-Prafll Educational Hit. 610 ENDICOTT BLDG., ST. PAUL 1, MINN. and resold so often there Is one 100 x 20 storeroom in the Pentagon
,UNDERGRADS, CLIP AND SAVE, College Dames recently building filled with the records of sale.
r held a meeting and elected
86 new officers for the coming Court Vetoes Theta
three weeks. Mr. Harold Pierce-
E ror spoke to the ladles o. 'My
Latest Trip to the Deeper Reachesof Bid For Bored SlotSpecial
South Gainesville." Refresh-

'A",''''' li' ments were served and a receptionwas ( To Agitator ) --- The continued, "and everyone knows It
i ir held Immediately afterwards. United States Supreme Court yes- is filled with dirty plnkcos.
: Elected were: terday voted by a close 5-4 margin Miss Theta charged the .
President, Mrs. Hamlin Gar- against the claims of Miss Bar- President with court-packing re-
land; vice president, Mrs. Larry brous Theta in the controversial minlsclent of the days of Franklin
Cronkite; secretary, Mrs. George decision dealing with Miss Theta's Roosevelt and said she would once
Dragon; corresponding secretary, right to sit as official memberof again appeal the decision of the
$15.99 Mrs. Grace Griots;recording sec the UF Dored of Stupid Publi- land's highest tribunal.
retary, Mrs. Michael Rowed;trea- cations. "I'll take this to the World
surer, Mrs. Arnold Benedict; The decision came as no surprise Court, If necessary," she replied.
sergeant-at-arms, Mrs. Antonio to anyone who had followedthe "Time, effort and money are not
Belladonna; political coordinator, eve r -spiraling Theta case important when the rights of the
Mrs. Wesley. which orginated some five years individual are at stake."
t reurslega-asA'dsgpooO epoo2ells.iW ago in Gainesville, Fla., and has In the majority opinion read
!ulIWJtllq:> 'U 9JD I(l1 M 'SJW been repeatedly appealed by Miss by Justice Robber Baker most
__ 89WU1U103 9(1(003( ( PUB say Theta ever since on ever-higher recent acquisition to the Supreme
..41 Judicial levels. Court, said "Despite the natural
YOU SAW IT FIRST IN "This thing isn't over yet," a tendency of the law to take sides
THE AGITATOR haggard and pale Miss Theta replied with the harrassed minority, it Is
the nonetheless important that we
upon hearing Supreme
'-1'',1. Court's decision. "Just like every realize that the law must be followed -
to the letter in matters
t board or judicial group in this
such as this, regardless of the
THE ::1 country, the Court is biased," she ramifications Involved. Unfortunately

> t despite Miss Theta's good
AUTHENTICSTYLE ... looks and charm, she simply Is
Students Take not qualified for her position In the

L. eyes of this majority. I, further-
more, refuse to answer any other
r UF Sink Hole questions, on the ground
i that. . ."
if you want to be correct on the campusHere's The dissenting opinion was writ-
For 3 WeeksSeveral ten by Justice Byron "Whlzzer"
White, who stated, "Being that I
UF students were caughtby big football star back In
the ciassic of them all for the smart was a ..
a kampus kop early last nightas college and a fraternity man, I .
young man about college! Authentic, always- they tried to make off with a have a deeply-honed sense of the

correct slip-on styling; hand-sewn moccasinseams 4BILL sink hole behind the Agriculture value of sororities and sorority
a Building. women. For this reason, Ifeelthatthe
that shines "t
; Cordoshell upper d, .J" 'y,I" Officer Albert A.Bresdnlple apprehended Court must uphold the claimsof
easily and hold 'Its shine longer. If you wantto EPPERHEIMER'S the culprits when he returned Miss Theta in order to retain
Let us fit from a routine investigation the sanctity of the Greek organ-
be in this is your
right sty WIFE'S BABY only to find his car buried ization."
.. .
you in a pair. under 22 tons of sinkhole."I A slightly pale UF President J. "
knew something was wrong Wayne Schlitz, when questioned
I Peel HonoredThe becasue I had washed the car that concerning his opinion of the
afternoon, and I figured It couldn'tget Court's !5-4 decision, said, "This
off- that dirty In that short time," entire problem should have been
Peel an
Old Orange ,
m 1nithe"s" campus cultural magazine, has the officer told reporters.Held settled long ago before It mush
$ been awarded the Qaullty Founda- by the police until releasedby roomed and magnified Itself to such -
tion award for having the 'most the dean of men were: Harry grandiose proportions and reached
stimulating and most controversial Wood, 4UC; Jack Burp 3BS; Mike national attention. U only I had
material" of any magazine In North Casagenera, 7EG; and Melvin Edwards been available for comment that
1127 West University Avenue I America during 1963. 3BO. day. ."


Page 10 The Florida Agitator WednesdayApriI1,1964 AFTER 100 YEARS

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,1 ,

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'i e .fl.i Falls To Gr'd

; After exactly 100 years of pre- years, something like the One-
+ 1 : carious stability, Century Tower, Horse Shay of Oliver Wendell
r eFi' completed April 1, 1864, toppled Holmes' (OWH) poem of the same
slowly to the ground today at about name.

7 a.m. No one was injured, "I always wondered why they
"We're at a loss to explain howit called it Century Tower," exclaimed -
happened," said bellkeeper Win- a student who said he would
slow Borden. "I was playing rather not reveal his name. "Just
'Gaudeamus Igitur,' like I alwaysdo call me 'Name Withheld,' "he said
9 a'9yH and all of a sudden the tower modestly.

,..... started to shake. By the time I "Me too," said another. "ButI
had fledtosa.fetythere was nothingleft sure do like that poem, 'Oliver
but rubble." Wendell Holmes.' "
Campus police discounted the
An unidentified member of the possibility that the same prank-
Civil Aviation Authority(CAA)was sters who stole UF mascot Albert -
quoted as being not exactly unhappy might have had a hand In the
about the mishap. "We're not exactly tower episode.
ROADBLOCKS WERE SET UP unhappy about the mishap," "That's what whoever did it

.soon after the tragic demise of the Century Tower in an attempt to capture anyone he said. He was unidentified. The wants us to think," a police spokesman -

I who might have had a hand in the dastardly deed. At press time the authorities hadno tower had been considered a men- said. "They're going to find
ace to commercial airplanes by out we ain't as dumb as they think."
leds as to the identity of the culprets( ). the CAA. Tigert officials expressed them-

KORNY One theory offered holds that the selves as"shocked "
>I- By KOJWELIUS :Jf. "horrified,

Pat Henry
NlM 4.V'r 4:A4 YM1'
: : :, : SK : :'.
!JA'rA'AS N yA'f.fhr'}::' S};YL!JIW .Y. ,

Poo-PoodBy _MURPHY'S' vN

Leg Council., II I: 5pringjale fa''Ji the HOME fIE ml l sass F i

The cluttered details surrounding ::::;:{::'lr1::,y.: Largest Assortment Ever at "V a I uc Giving" Prices h" "

the refusal Legislative Council .vlY:!:j :iMiitrit:;: ::: :.7b::?ri.i1t'ii: :: $:;::r r1:>W f::1:$,{ *;:@:*::!f:!Y!:*::;:!:::;r::;, m:rfr:::::!:::),!:rIfrA'A::::::: r!lrA: '::::;:Yr''rF,4:;: : ;<:::;::!!::;::}} :':{:!:,i1:1:1r:!::;:: :;: (LEG) to ratify the nominationof

Patrick Henry, IUC, for the REG. $2.99 SET! f' "' I ,-..

cabinet position of Secretary of SHOWER .?.t,
Student Cheer were unearthed yes- v.
terday In a special report handed : IRONING BOARD PAD
down by LEO Majority Leader ENSEMBLES :

Lyndon B. Blames, 40LW. !) iw COVER SET
; ,
Henry, '1UC and unqualified," S244 x
according to Blaines at the Tues-
day night LEO meeting,was denied -t i' # 66e
his appointed post by a surprisevote Heavy ga-ige 6x6-foot !1.1 E o
of 43-1 In Legislative Coun- shower curt+h '- cil's move to thwart the wishes of 'i"" with matching' i rts Reflects heat for faster
Student Body President Kenneth cafe wi-daw, curtain smoother. ironing! A I u m i i-
Trlckledrlck, 1UC. and valance. nized cover, pad and
According to the majority report ..,;, shaped foil to place between
compiled by Blames and others, SPRING ACIONSPONGE )
"We decided to keep Patrick off
the post merely because we are SPECIAL! MOPS
blatantly bad guys In the opinionof
UP studentry and we desireto ANTIQUE SATIN '

perpetuate this image, and I 11iIJISf1HtlJ 1 DRAPESS2 99' .
also because we never like to seat

lowly freshmen" who have patriotic I I r trii'-i' Never g3t your: hands in

names. 94 dirty scrub water againlaf.tx2Y.inch !
"Freshmen with patriotic names \ cellulose
tend to try to climb the political t spring action mop with 4'
ladder too swiftly, Jonathan Jef- threaded handle.
ferson, 3PE, added. Jefferson led PAIR
the vicious floor fight to bar Henry ,',:.'' ,<,
from his post."Candidates. PINCH PLEAT TOPS : :
in student body '
> ; Pretty floral scenic s
elections should never win Just I
and modern patterns *
because they have names which 1 '
of 63% rayon r.
coincide with famous national politicians -
and acetate. !
; 3yo A.w.N?N
present or past, '
Single window, size; !
Jefferson continued.The .
63 iid 84-inch i
refusal of LEG to seat
lengths. Satin-weave w"
Henry stunned the normally ,
back arts as liner.
apathetic campus to the quick, resulting -
In the hurried formation of
several lobby groups li.tent upon
presing the LEG decision.Charley PRETTY PLASTICWASTEBASKETS
Woodchuck, lUC, and sell- .Nw '
appointed president of the "GiveUs wompartt J 19.INCH METAL
Patrick Or Give Us Death" $I.9I!
a lobby group, said the fight was not COTTON BROADCLOTH ; s PATIO TABLE

flnslhed yet. 66 e
A new group of Henry a:>p- TIER CURTAINS 99C19inch each
porters, a splinter group fror. the
Woodchuck lobby, was in the pro- Colors and styles suitable
cess of formation atpresstime, 2 SETS $3 : round stain and mar for
with the impressive title of "stu- every room in y o u rresistant
top; sturdy %
dents For Pat" ,and with Murrow
Birdbath as acting president.J. or $1.57 Set inch i brass finish folding home,' 9 to 15-qt., sizes

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Athletic Department In A Turmoil ; i

rapes Announces Slopes' ChangeNorm j


Slopes will not be the had some definite ideas how to cure did with Pilk (Ricky), we will just ing 218," says Slopes, "he will were both in the locker room while
}iddy Gators cage coach In 1964.In some of the cager's past troubles.In have to stop giving Troublesom the not start at center next season." her husband was offering his rendition -
one of the biggest switches a complete break with the ball until he is open for a shot." When asked who she would startat of the song.
!in UF sports history, Athletic tradition the new coach actually Pilk, a high school idol.ls/ now center Mrs. Slopes said It would Perclle Beards, the money lord
irector Ray Grapes announced said something definite. She was taking a remedial course in the either be Tommy Dackley or Dili of the UF, said he thought it was
(hat Slopes wife,Joltin Joan Slopes, immediately told the revoking of UF's college of basketball."If Cross. an excellent idea that the two
vill take over the head coachinguties. her card in the Non Coherent he doesn't pass ball handl- "Cross is a real hustler," Slopes change places.
Statement Club"1 which most Slopes added. "More students will stay away,"
Nervous Norm will not leave the coaches around the U. S.belong to. Slopes said she would not miss said Beards, "and I will be able
(university all together."We Mrs. Slopes had some definite singing the National Anthem before to grub more money off the unsuspecting -
have signed him on to sing ideas of how to get her team games as long as she and the team public."
[the National Anthem before all winning on the road. ,,,,,,,,,,,,-,". '>.,,- ,,,,,, ... ....,"" v t .." ... ,t."t.'u ..
home basketball games," Grapes "The boys miss the homey atmosphere :,,'., lBt" :>,: }:, ":,I "':. :L:

while they are on the .
said.When this was first made public, road," she said. "On future road Sports Dept. Wins
Dickey Bowler, the leader of the trips we will pipe in bedtime
]ator band, threatened to quit. storeis to all the players rooms
"We have built up a really fine and warm milk will be given to Big AwardsGleam
band here," said Bowler,"but this them just before their bedtime.,
(will necessitate recruiting whole "As for the team play, I defi-
new bunch of kids. This year's nitely plan some changes." Lazy, Agitator Sports Editor has been pronouncedfirst
band could only play in one key "First and foremost I will try place prizewinner in the national "Best Smile" contest.
and can't be taught to play in an- to teach Dick Troublesom,our star Lazy's Agitator sports column picture was submitted to the
other as they do at Florida State." forward, how to dribble. He will F; contest and immediately won the hearts of the smiling Judges.
In an Interview with the new probably take dribbling 109 next ,| Lazy's entries in the National Newspaper Copy Editing: and
coach the Agitator learned she semester. If this fails, as itAPRil Layout Contest were turned down.
Agitator Ass't. Sports Editor Stevey Vauntobealone was
awarded the "Sports Writer We Would Most Like To Get Our
Hands On" trophy by all the animals on campus for his lurid'
FroL expose on their preparation for the coming sandbox season.
Vauntobealone who was last seen leaving Gainesville with
hastily packed suitcases after learning of his winning of the
award was heard to have said:
fa "I am very honored to know the fellows think so highlyof
me, however, I definitely find it necessarry to drop out
of school for the next seven tri-mesters at least."
Lazy is vusy looking for a new Ass. to help with layout and
Backley let'sgeta move column writing.
e on out there. You arn't "Their Isn't much pay and the hours are backbreaking,"
says Lazy, "but just think of the experience you will get."
playing center on the team "Their Is a very quick changeover in the sports staff,"
just because you have such Lazy added. "This gives a striving young man a chance to
become sports editor real quick. They you work even more
cute dimples
your hours, but they cut your pay."
l New Basketball coach Mrs. i1;

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12 The Florida Agitator Wednesday April 1 1,1964 Many Contestants Missing

KA 1'5 Beat SN In Beta

o Put It All Back In

I: By FURMAN BISHIFER Wood Track Meet '
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;: (Stevey's favorite) The KATs beat Sigma Nu In an Tl.e boys felt they had everything seven hours 55 minutes and 37

9.. all-campus track meet. last night to win and nothing to lose seconds. Jack Ripper was second

by the score of 69-13 In Beta in such a meeting. with a time of seven hours 55 min-
.. Woods. However, last night's AFFAIR utes and 38 seconds. It was dead

proved to be something else.In heat.
Before I start I would like to clear up one thing. So that all the young This was the same Sigma Nu i
18 out of the 20 entries failedto
to Delta the sleeping bag race con-
maidens around the campus don't get shook up, I want to say that the which refused play Up-
test, Susie Nogo completed the 100 finish the race. In fact they
and Blue
silon in an Orange League
title of this column Is not really as off color as it sounds.
yard course in the record time ofUF's have failed to show up at their
Actually the expression "put it all back in" was coined by a LambdaPoo playoff. respective houses at this time.
athlete back about three years ago. The Poos had been having a
Many of the searchers for the
party with the Coy Omega's and the spirit was high. As the law enforce- Super Whiteman lost contestants are also reported
ment officers dragged the Poo out to the wagon, he was heard to say missing.
"put it all back in."

So actually"put it all back In" is not a dirty phrase but signifies Challenges Cassius XUF Sigma Nu garnered their only y
the spirit of all good Lambda Poo jocks. first place finish In the field events.

Justowriter man, Sonny Su- son has to stand up for what he The Snake In The Grass Award
Pool Team Plays Dirty Pool per-White-Man, has announced he believes," he said while sitting went to the whole team. .unani-

will defend his NAACP member- at his machine yesterday.SuperWhiteMan mously. They were favored to win
Every year the Florida pool-shooting team gives the Frankfurter ship In a title-bout against either added, "We this award as all of the sororitieshad

award to the player who does the most ridiculous, idiotic, unbelieveable, Cassius X or the Rev. Martin Luther shall overcome, and freedom, let attested to the Sigma Nu's

feebleminded thing during that season. Although it was a close race King in the basement of the me hear it now." capability of being Snakes In the

for the award, the Frankfurter went to Dinkle Dunkle the left corner Florida Onion sometime this week- Cassius X, reached by telephoneat Grass.

pocket on the team. end. his home In Katanga, Miss., The KAT House also set another

Dunkle was running a streak and had only one ball to knock In to Supre-White-Man, who was recently said, "Man, I'm the greatest. If record as their intramurals mana-
win the game. This was at Williston during our match with the Levy named NummyoftheYearIn that Sonny fella thinks he can whipme ger Katty Dupa set a record in the

County Flying Q's." The Agitator mechanical shop, well I think he ought to ask Broad Jump.
Dunkle being a good Lambda Poo walked up to the table, put chalk on said his finger, which was pulledout the last guy I fought who had that Miss Dupa, who leads the KATsin
the cue and In deep voice yelled"put it all back in" which I remind you of Joint while doing the want name." all of their physical endeavors,

is not off color, but really a nice Lambda Poo expression ads yesterday, was healing per- Nelson Meyer,lUC,SuperWhiteMan's Jumped three of her teamnates
By the way, we have a few tough games coming up against some o' fectly and that he would be ready manager, when asked about during her record breaking performance -
the toughest teams in the league which will give the fans some of the for the fight. his charge's chances In the fight Several SigmaNus also

toughest competition they have ever seen. "In this day and time, with the against Cassius X said, "It ain'tno went down before her determined
I was talking to my buddy Joe Heeblestern, the Sprots editor of the speed-up trimester system, aper- big thing." onslaught.
Gainesville Sin, the other day and we were discussing things and he

asked me to say hello to Gail and Louise and Shirley and Sally and I FSU Team GoneThe
Martha and Jenny and the rest of the FSCW football team.
FSU Alligator stealing
Needs Fan SupportWhat team has disappeared and is

presumed dead. Meanwhile,
our team needs is support. With all the tough games comingup Albert has shown up back at

I think we should all go out and give the team support. What a team his old stand, several times

needs more than anything else Is support. A strong school pride is his original size when he was .
built on firm athletic support.Oh Gatornapped from his pond w # ;;

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Fenders, hoods and door frames are welded rand

Mont Gumway, Gator third Head swim coach, Bill Retired sports editor } shaped and smoothed by hand.
- V sacker, retired from college Hartle, drowned yesterday Walking Blunder has announced :
5 baseball yesterday. Gum- while swimming in Florida that he will go out Seats and convertible tops are padded

way was the only thirdsackpool.. Death was due to accidental for the football team In the stitched and fitted by hand.

er In the league who used drowning said capfall.. Now you might think it's sort of crazy to go to

the bouncethrowovertollrst tain of the swim team, Dimples all this trouble, just to turn out some fancy Italian

.:,; base. In fact, Gumway was Llvinggodd, who per"I plan to play quarternot -
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{" bounced the ball to. The water for several minutes. sur/l can throw the ball Especially since this body of work ends up on 1

I'l only base he did not have Dissention on the team has as far as Shinning (Tommy) top of one of those plain VW chassis.

; trouble throwing the ball to been rumored. did last year." But consider

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136 win streak
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track team
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f 1 son was reported nlssing member. This broke with a t
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rumored that Stepeson was er never recruiting a boy ;t;
coach Bill Potter, and
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football season as he never record here at the UF. The ,
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appeared In any of the games tradition of a ,losing track '
the match, "Boy, what INC.
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