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The Florida AllIgatorVol.56




No. 30 University of FloridaGainesville ThursdayAprI? 2,1964


Hancock Will Seniors Currently enrolled Meet graduating Council

seniors are to meet leg
today at 4 p.m. in the Uni-


Hold SG Post Dean versity Purpose of Auditorium.Student of the meeting Affairs, QK's ReadingIn

Lester L. Hale said, is to
issue Instructions for the

John J. F. Hancock, lUC, will continue to hold the position of Sec- graduation ceremony and a cut-and dried fashion, the Student Government (SG) Legislative
retary of Academic Affairs as "acting secretary," Steve Freedman, to answer any questions Council gave swift and unanimous approval to the first reading of budget
administrative assistant to SG Pres. Ken Kennedy, said today. concerning graduation pro- i requests of campus organizations totaling $72,645 at the council'slast
Hancock's cabinet appointment as Secretary of Academic Affairs cedure. session of the current trimester Tuesday night.
failed to receive the approval of A .$ S The only major discussion cameas
the Legislative Council recentlyby the council entertained motion
a 29 15 roll call vote. by Andrew O. (Andy) Percival,
"We have not been given asatis- 1LW, to alternate a portion of the
factory reason why he was turned Special Fund Allocation used to
down by the council," Freedman, cover expenditures of SG facili
4ED, said. "It was a party Issue. ties.SG
Party politics is one thing, but the Secretary of Finance Michael
students deserve a man who will Holllngsworth, 3AR, struck a humorous -
do a good job.*' note as he protested the
Kennedy, 3LW, has stated he motion which would require $650of
believes the basic reason for the vZ the Special Fund to be spent
council's action was based on per- ( for replacement of equipment"
sonalities and Hancock's statusas instead of "equipment" for SG I
(
a freshman.The jf offices.
only reason given by the "Please fellows. .honest. .
council was lack of experience.At don't do this," Holllngsworth said.
a later date Hancock will againbe "This ties us (SG Executive
presented to the council for ',, & .k_ branch) down. .we'll have to
approval after the council has had come to you (Legislative Council)
time to note his work, Freedmansaid. for any additional equipment."

Holllngsworth, Gator Party
"If he continues to do such a member, was joined in his protestby
good job and he is again refused another Gator Party member,
approval we will still keep him Minority Floor Leader Earl
on," Freedman said. Barker, 2UC.
One of the projects accomplishedby ANGEL FLIGHT GIRLS "I don't think SG can buy much

Hancock is the language review will be reviewed on Saturday in a joint graduation parade with the Air new equipment with $650," said
sessions which offer free Barker, "when you consider the
tutoring to students In language Force and Army ROTC detachments of the UF. From left to right are: Karen price of such items as air condi-

studies, Freedman said. Roberts, Marsha Costa, Ann Beall Edie Morris and Diane Denning. tioners or electric typewriters.
"I'm afraid with VOTE Party'' I don't think this money will be
It will continue to be a party BUT REBELS SAY HE'S OUTBrazilian spent unwisely."
Issue regardless of what he does," The room broke Into laughter
Freedman said. "It is not a party when President Pro Tern FloydL.
Issue with Gator Party. We would President Price, ILW, commented, "Mr.
like to let the council objectively i i Barker, I think what they're (Per-
decide if Hancock is doing a good cival) wondering about is the price
job by letting them observe his of dictaphones."

work." Says He's Still BossRIO Price's statement was In reference -
to a proposal at a recent
meeting of the council to buy dicta

DE JANEIRO (UPI) -- Beleaguered President Joao Goulart phones for SG President Ken Ken-
nedy's office The
BULLETIN said yesterday In Brasilia that he still was running Brazil. lie denied council referredthe
opposition claims .ie had resigned the presidency and fled the country. proposal to the Budget and
Goulart told UPI staff writer Antonio Nasi Drum In Brasilia in an Finance Committee at that time.
'God Must the total
exclusive interview, "I have come here to Brasilia to run the countryand Although amount of
BRASILIA, Brazil (UPI) allocations remained the same as
I am confident the people are with me.
Leftist President Joao Gou- the amount for the last trimester,
Goulart said he never had resigned the presidency.
lart and his staff took off there
"There is no end to the situation yet," he said. "The rebel would-be were significant changes in
last for Porto In the amounts allocated different
to
night Alegre Be Brazilian'By
coup makers have not yet dominated the situation.
chartered aircraft. The
a Goulart was Interviewed by Nasi Drum at the president's country groups.
3rd Army there has remained The Lyceum Council receivedthe
residence, Granja de Torto, near Brasilia, the federal capital.His .
loyal to the presi- presence and the interview belied opposition claims he had JACKIE CORNELIUS biggest Increase In allocations
dent. resigned and fled Brazil and that Ranieri Mazzlll, president of the Staff Writer for the coming trimester with a
boost of the total
$1,097
chamber of deputies, had succeeded to the presidency.The over
opposition claims were made over the government radio networkon "Americans think God Is American for last summer. The entire
the second day of an army revolt. but right now I think He must, amount proposed for the Lyceum
Band Telegraph connections with Brasilia, cut by the rebels, were reestablished be Brazilian," Edward C a lei l 11 I, Council now stands at $3,511.
Variety Wednesday night. The Goulart Interview was the first 6AG from Sao Paulo, said yes., The SG Special Projects fund
dispatch from Brasilia by UPI leased teletype line since the rebellion terday after reading In a United was slashed $1,710 from the pre-
started. Press International wire story that vious summer's allocations fora
Will PerformThe total allocation of
$4,140.
The rebellion began Tuesday night with the revolt of army units in Brazil's President Joao Goulartwas
Minas Gerais state to the north of Rio and picked up support throughout on the way out of office."I Legislative Council approved a
Gator Variety Band will (See BRAZIL Page 5)) expected some kind of re. $12,789 allocation for the Florida
,
Union. The Union lias not submitted
present its 14th annual, Jazz Con volt," Calelli said, "after Presi- -
cert in University Auditorium tonight dent Goulart started passing laws a budget request to the
at 815. General MacArthurContinuing by himself." council, but plans to by early <<

The concert will feature vocal- According to Calelli, the people June, Holllngsworth said.
ists Terina Lewis and Dave Cor- Florida Players received an increase -
began to turn against Goulart after
son in jazz and popular music ruch BattleWASHINGTON he proposed a land reform which of $762. A spokesman I
as San Francisco, Lonesome Road, would utilize 1,200 acres of landas the group said the money was
and How High the Moon. All of needed to pay for the Increase In
(UPIGen.Dou) tion had worsened. A kidney mal- government property. The final
the music for the vocalists has glas MacArthur battled for his life function developed after part of straw came when several of the royalty fees of production and
been especially arranged for the yesterday in the Army's Walter the lower intestine was removed army's generals resigned,he said. stage supplies. Total" allocationsfor
occasion, including a new and exciting Reed Medical Center after physi- Easter Sunday. "The president Is afencestraddler the Players are $3,502. 1

arrangement of Bill Ballej cians reported declines In two vital MacArthur also was being trea- ," Caielll said. "lIe talks (See COUNCIL, Page 5)What's )"'
by arrangers Richard Cecil ant areas his pulse and blood pres- ted for internal bleeding from left or right depending on who he
Paul Hlllis, which will feature sure.A the esophagus. This was being con- Is talking to at the time
Miss Lewis. trolled by a Sengstaken tube, a "The people can't believe In this
Director of the organization is hospital spokesman said there pressurized device Inserted in the kind of government. We can't Inside
Dr. Jerry Nell Smith, an arrangerand was a slight drop in the blood esophagus to collapse bleeding believe in this man. We don't
performer of wide experience. pressure of the 84-year-old veins. know what he'll do." The Alligator .
Under his tutelage the Variety soldier and moderate rise in the Despite these setbacks, Mac- Caielll said the effect the revolt 1 t
Band follows the unusual stylings pulse rate. Until issuing this report Arthur was alert and asked to will have on Brazil's Infla- Alaskan Relief..P. 5
of Les Brown, Count Basle, and the physicians had taken see his wife, Jean, who has beenat tion is a "hard question to ans- Kennedy Release. .?. 5
,Stan Kenton. some contort In the fact both the the hospital most of the time wer."
The public Is cordially invited to pulse and blood pressure were since her husband entered it March "If this situation can be peace- UF Movie Star..P. 5
attend the jazz performance free stable. 2. Mrs. MacArthur joined the fully resolved, this will be a tranquilizer Liquor Sales..P. 10 '
of charge and enjoy some of the The hospital spokesman also general shortly after he made the and may reduce the In-
beat of big band jazz. said the general's kidney condi request. flation."

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2 The Florida Alligator Thursday, April 2,1964

Mrs. America Competition



Price Pro TernCouncil Begins In St. Petersburg


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ST. PETERSBURG Fla. (UPI) She will be named tomorrow night The contestants will be judgedon
HeadFloyd Fifty-one housewives will shove and will be the first official win- good grooming, cake baking

everyday cares Into the background ner of the pageant.Mrs. cooking, flower arranging, a launl
1964 will be dry event, driving
ability
America of and
Price was appointed Pre- is hospitalized."I today as they begin competitionfor on
sident Protempore of the Legis- appreciate the confidence the the 1964 Mrs. America title. crowned April 12 by Mrs.America the basis of personal Interviews.

lative Council Monday night by vice-presidency has shown in my The first of the state winnersis of 1963 -- Mrs. Marilyn Mitchellof A sentimental favorite van be
Alaska
Mrs.
Vice-President Dick Gober. ability," Price said. "I will do my scheduled to arrive in Florida San Diego. Carol E. Brady of
The first public competitive Anchorage, who will be the
Price, 1LW, Legislative Coun- best to conduct the council Dick'sabsence bright and early today with the last only
cil representative from Corry Village with the same degree of contestant scheduled to arrive In events for the contestants will be contestant here without her

Is a member of VOTE Party. effectiveness he has shown." the wee hours of tomorrow morn- Tuesday night, with additional husband In the audience as a cheer.
Wednesday, Thursdayand ing section.
competition
lie presided over last night's coun-
cil meeting in the absence of Gober, Ing.As the contestants arrive, they Friday. Singer Vaughn Monroe Mr. and Mrs. Bady were en-
the regular chairman. "In the past the majority floor will be interviewed by represen- will be master of ceremonies at route here when the earthquake
leader has been to fill struck Alaska last
Gober, 7AS, was unable to attendas appointed tatives of the U.s. Treasury Department all public events. Friday. The
he Is assuming the duties of this position but I feel Floyd Is who will select one to be Beauty alone will not win the couple turned around at Seattle and

SG President while Ken Kennedy quite capable," Frank Harshaw, Mrs. U.S. Savings Bonds of 1964. coveted title. returned home.miomqlu.
7EG, and former SG vicepresident -
said. I


SG 'Plans Full Florida
Price, mayor of Corry Village,
is a former president of the stu-

Scale SummerFull dent body at Pensacola Junior Boycott
College. lie received a BA In

scale Student GovernmentSG Government at FSU in 1963. Price

( ) activities will continue this was recently elected chairman of Sale

summer with all executive officers the Mayor's Council. SoughtBOSTON

and a complete cabinet on duty,

according Gober.to SG VicepresidentDick Leadership of VOTE Party'smajority (UPI State Rep.RoY-

In the Legislative Coun- al L. Boiling, D-Boston, has sug-
President Ken Kennedy is expected -
cil changed hands before Tuesdaynight's gested that Massachusetts resi- continuing through Saturday
to be recovered from his economic boy- ;
dents consider an
current lung ailment next tri: Council meeting as RichardE. of during our regular store hours
cot of Florida for the Jailing ,
(Dick) Thompson replaced Les-
mester. But If for reason
Is any ter M. (Buddy) Blain as majority Mrs. Malcolm Peabody.Mrs. plus 11pm to 2 am.
Kennedy not on campus, Gober, Massa-
floor leader."I Peabody,mother of
as vice-president will performthe
chusetts Gov. Endicott Peabodywas
duties of the president and a arrested Tuesday at St. Aug-
new vice president will be
-
appointed
Gober said. appreciate this opportunity ustine, Fla., during a civil rights
u> serve VOTE Party In this posi- demonstration.
"Plans are being made for the
tion," Thompson, 2UC, said.
Spring trimester on the same basis "Thousands upon thousands of
"Buddy Blain has done an exceptional ?
as last year," he said. The Massachusetts residents have ans- .,
job as majority floor
estimate of how many students will wered this siren call and have
leader. I hope we can continueto
attend is 3,660 for the full tri- Journeyed to Florida and deposited
operate as successfully as we
mester, 1,400 others for first term millions upon millions of dollarsin
have under his leadership.
only, and another 1,300 for second this fair state.
term only for a total of 6,360,"

he said. Blain, 3LW, outspoken VOTE Come on down,today has another
Activity fees from these students Party leader, announced his resig- meaning. Today it is clarion call
will pour over $92,000 into SG nation as majority floor leader in to the God-fearing liberty-loving MEN'S & WOMEN'S WEAR

coffers. a party caucus prior to the council people of this state of Massachu-

"Three expanding activities are: meeting. Blain, serving his second setts to come to the moral and

Lyceum Council with about $1,000 term as Legislative Council representative spiritual aid of the beleaguered,
more than last summer; Florida from the law school, disenfranchised and discriminated
Players with $462 more; and Intramural resigned to devote more time to Negroes in St.A u g u s 11 n e,Florida fiprtee
sports with $226 more," studies. He will remain an active ," he said.

Gober said. member of the council and a mem- He charged that Negroes in St. tlb
Rather than meeting on a set ber of the important Rules and Cal- Augustine "are subject to the most

schedule, Legislative Council will endar Committee he said. demeaning economic and restric-
1227 West University
meet on call when the volume of tive discriminatory set of laws

business warrants, he said. that exist anywhere in the South."

"It is too early to be sure which Thompson, representing Murphree -
members of Legislative Council Area on the Council, was the
will be here next trimester. But majority party whip. He is servinghis "
If the number of regular members second term as representativeand "Here It Comes Again!

falls below 40, replacements will is chairman of the Rules and

be appointed to make up that num- Calendar Committee. He is a for- .
ber," Gober said. mer Honor Court Justice. .

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Campus NeivsBrifs I I IClub



Dairy ScienceThe Rendezvous Florida PlayersThe Sigma XI AwardsDr. Student InsuranceBids

edIt
last meeting of the Club Rendezvous will Florida Players win Robert Delloff, assistant for student Insurance
,
n. Dairy Science Club will be swing for the last time this present a program of three research professorin will be taken in the near future -

on held tonight in Room 301 of trimester at 8 p.m. tomor- short plays tonight and tom- metallurgy, and Robert Those firms wishingto

'5. the Dairy Science Buildingat row night. orrow night at 8 p.m.ln Room Cockrell, graduate student compete may contact Mar-
be 7:30 p.m. The dance will be held in 239 Tigert Hall. nuclear engineering, were tin Schwarts for specifica-

of Dr. Ralph Eastwood,dairy the basement of the Florida named winners of the UF Sigma tions.
marketing specialist of the Union and there is no admission The first of the plays to XI awards at the scien- The lowest bidder will be
'11y Florida Agricultural Exten- charge. be presented with be "Trialby tific honor society's annual awarded the university's

err. sion Service, will speak on The "Hi Fis" of Jackson- Jury" by WllliamGllbert. banquet Monday night. student Insurance policy.
"The Future of Dairying in ville will be the featured It will be directed by Dr. The two received awards The student Insurance will
Florida." group. August Staub and will featurehis for outstanding research bya be sold next fall.B'nai .
11. interpretation class. faculty member and a
ke Newmann ClubThe
student on the University B'rithWomen
yend Newman Club Is hav- IFC Chairmen The second, "A Mime for
campus.
ing a nightclub affair, "A One Player," will be per-

Night inShangri-La,"Saturday Interfraternity Council formed by Diane Pelfrey under Spring ConcertThe
at the Catholic Student the direction of Ronald
president Barry Benedict annual spring concertof B'nai B'rith Women cor-
Center from 9 p.m. until 1 Jerit.
announced the chairmen of the University Choir, the dially Invite all interested

a.m.The Chevelles, a cocktail the IFC's five functioning The third play will be University Choral Union and women to a Bagels and Lox

combo, will play. The dress committees for the coming "Sganarel," a musical com- the UniversitySymphonyOr- Brunch, Sunday, 10 a.m. at
trimester. chestra will be the Hillel Foundation.
will be semiformal. medy with original music presented on
Non-members will be by Randall Robbins and Sunday at 3 p.m. in the Flo- Mrs. H. Ornstein, state
lyrics by Taylor Brooks. rida Gymnaisum. B'nai B'rith president, and
charged an admission fee of Elected were: Service,
r ."j fifth cents. Bill Fleming; Social, Dewey The cast features Victor Soloists will be Lynn Mrs. A. Reich, state expan-
Those interested In Varner; Academics, Gordon Cook, Randall Robbins, Owen, soprano; Joanna sion chairmen, will be hon-

attending are asked to signup Gowen; Rush, Bill Rochat Charles Harper, Mimi Carr, Simon, mezzo-soprano;William ored guests.
by 6 p.m. tomorrow at and public relations, Grover Marty Ferguson and Diane Greene, tenor and Mal- Please call 376-0812 for
the student center. Robinson. Pelfrey. com Smith, bass. further Information.

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4 The Florida Alligator ThursdayAprI! 2, 1964 Jets Intercept Quicklv

Bumps KEY -WEST- -, -Fla. (UPI) The The radar network'carne uncle

'. U.S. radar defense network cover- congressional criticism recent!
c: Ing South Florida was in good when a Russian-made Cuban A|

Shaking working order yesterday and sent Force helicopter slipped into tw
to Key West Airport
jet fighter planes scrambling undetected wiu
S. intercept two unidentified aircraft three Cuban crewmen, two of the]

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Speeders"Speed

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Dumps' may shake

speeders Into heeding the 10 mph *
limit when driving through married /
student villages. or that importanf date

f II II That's the opinion on one side T*.

of a controversy between village
residents, said Under-Secretary
of Married Student Affairs, Bill
1w.C Hester at Tuesday's student

__ government cabinet meeting. cveuNJ
./ Speeding, an old problem in

the villages, has spread especiallyin
r t t.M. Flavet III due to the opening of
two village streets that were for-

merly dead ends, resident Bob De-
Loach said.
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The proposed "speed bumps"were
described as ruts or bumps
deliberately made to slow traffic.
DeLoach said the bumps wouldn't

hurt vehicles going the legal speed,
\
but would Jar those going over
the speed limit.
Play space in the Flavets is

limited, he explained and young
"
tricycle riders often wander into
the streets. An estimated 500

.wrr.wtrrwrr ? children live in the villages. ,... tt' (
? x Residents of the villages are
,
-"'" divided in their opinions of of

SNEAK PREVIEW solving the speeding problem. I

.for these youngsters and UF President J. Wayne Reitzas "The people who argue againstit '
mostly are the ones who've been
they take a first look at the completed Florida Atlas doing the speeding," DeLoach said.

t( which comes off the press April 22. The book is the first Flavet III wives, in a group knownas I
Trivetts, have tried everythingfrom t
of its kind and covers all aspects of Florida's development. signs, barrels, and calls to

i It is being published by the UF Press.McGriffRetires. careless drivers.
The Trivetts decided that the
1
speed bumps were the only remaining :'! '.
hope,said President Carol ,V il'
Carrera. t
Mother of two, Mrs. Carrera ....1'f
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':<."'... :w'f.
said, "The 'speed bumps' were ? "", ;.4;:' <.!t
about the only thing we could come f.I :k \:'
,
After 16 YearsSome
up with to slow people down." tI / '

With five entrances and only one '..;., ,:
policeman, she said that the village I :
16 years ago, C. A. McUnlike most other mail men, his I ;
policeman was doing best.Withno r .
Grill paid a casual visit to his McGriff's busiest time of year is sidewalks, and houses very lY .. ..
daughter in Gainesville and turned Valentine's Day -- not Christmas.that .
1
close to the streets the speeding ';:" '
visit into a career in the UT "I think every girl in the dorms I
problem Is even greater. ..\:'}.
mail.room. gets a Valentine's card and some "Something should be done immediately \ '.' ::.....:.

McGriff, 65, who retired from even get two," he said. "This and fast," she said. ; :t f-
year one group of girls even gave
Catching the offending speeders
his duties yesterday said he liked ..
it here, so he applied for a job me a valentine"with Is hard. The license number is >.... ..,
the University to send his "It was" two feet long and afoot taken when possible, but those who

son through college. wide. live outside the village, visitors,
McGriff said he plans to visit and
other
speeders are "next to
The first job McGriff had was that same daughter, Mrs.Dot Fral- impossible to track down," Mrs.
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For the past five years he has Washington. the peed bumps "couldbe ExpensivelookingJolgcpvf
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!n All UF Employee-Movie Star 'Knew The Right'-' People ."


ithfwitj By PATTI PITZ Dick Matt, who produced and directed Hawaii arid Istanbul. all this was happening.
Staff Writer the two-reeler film, picked Never having trs,* Bled kept shouting at me to 'keep
theJ "Knowing the right person" sent Helseth for the part of a young far as Nassau from !'," Helseth recounted.

gar'0 Charles J. (jack) Helseth, UF college student who goes off to States, Helseth
graduate and present employe, on see the world and decide upon a himself going "first 1959 UF graduate with degree
a world tour to star In Oaramount career. trip that seldom comes geology, Helseth may find him-

Pictures' 19-mlnute featurette, With all expenses plus a $125 lifetime. "star" in an award winning

"Journey to Understanding." weekly salary paid, Helseth tra- Even less common .
Now playing at the State Theatre veled 42,000 miles aboard KLM his experiences while has chosen"Journey

along with "Dr. Strangelove," the Royal Dutch Airlines and lived in film. Understanding" as Its studio

film was produced two summers Hilton Hotels in Mexico City, Lon- In Ethiopia an for an academy award

ago when Helseth was working at don Madrid, Amsterdam, Tokyo, ranged for him with the the two-reeler class, Helseth

Cypress Gardens. .Athens"""'" ,, Berlin, .. .,.-Cairo..., .,, Ethiopia_., Haile Selasi-le. As
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(UPI) Soviet Pre-
University Athletic Association "1 Nikita S. Khrushchev, lash-

received the biggest chunk of the ') back at the Chinese Communist '
summer allocations with a total hi \ \' Wednesday that world
1
budget request of $15,030. F \ : cannot succeed without

UF Debate Society received the Theatre.'t stomachs and abettor standard

smallest increase, four dollars, living for workers.
for a total allocation of $441. : ; :

The 'Gator Band's budget was revolutionary impulse is

reduced $34 from last summer fora : Itself not enough," Khrushchev

total of $695.University a group of Hungarian factory

Religious Associa- : "We also need a good
tion (URA) budget request of goulash, books and good
remained the same as last summer
; When you have these,then
-- $849. 1 4 ,, know you are fighting." I
"There Is no change in the

URA budget," said out-going Ma-
jority Leader L.M. (Buddy) Blain, was a thinly concealed
3LW. against a massive

"It looks like we bought the same assault on his policies by Red

amount of religion last summer as which Monday said the
this year," cracked Blain. f r leader's "revisionist" co-

Allocations for Student Publica- policies would land him
tions increased $26. Publications the "rubbish heap of history."
a 1 : .
will$8,601.receive a total fee allocationof

struck back at Pek-
There was no change in the
-- in a speech at a mass meeting
amount allocated UF Choir. The
workers in northern
.choir will get $1,193 from student "MOVIE STAR AND WORLD
lie then met with Hun
fees.UF Premier Janos Kadar in a I
Intramurals' allocation request .because of a lucky acquaintanceship, Charles ( ) round of talks that could
was slashed $226 from last
employee, beams from among souvenirs he to a major Soviet bloc counter-
summer's total for a total amountof
$7,938. standing" a short film now showing at the State against China';

The Village Mayor's Council was -

$38.allocated $286 for an increase of SG President To Be ReleasedStudent Alaska May Need

UF Symphony's proposed allo-
cations amounted to $695. Thisis

$12 less than the amount allo- Government President nedy's condition was "excellent"Ken New Relief Idea
cated the symphony last summer. Kennedy will probably be reand that he was "up and around." i

leased from the Health Center FrlKennedy transferred from the ij

day or Saturday,according to Steve infirmary to the Health Centersun- j
at Tuesday's
Although approved
WASHINGTON (UPI) Alaska's two senators said yester-
Freedman, administrative asss'day morning when pains In his chest
meeting the allocations will the federal
day government might have to adopt a whole
tant to the president. increased during Saturday night.
undergo a second reading and final new concept of disaster relief if it is to adequately cope r
lie admitted to the Health
was
approval when the council con- with "unbelievable" destruction caused by last week's earth-
Center with a collapsed lung and
venes for the summer trimester, quake In their state.
"Judging from what I've seen In the pleural cavity.
Blain said. gas Democratic Sens. Bartlett and
Center E.L. Ernest Grucnlng said
and heard at the Health ,
In the dosing moments of the will after a White House conference with President Johnson and
said
Freedman "Ken probablybe
one-hour session,the Legis- other officials that million
rapid released Friday. The tube was $500 in federal funds would be
lative Council passed a special taken out of his throat today and An earlier report that Kennedy'she needed to restore both public facilities and private businessesIn
request for $145 to finance expenditures seems to be improving. The illness should be attributed to a Alaska.
of delegates from the latest he'll be released is satur"rundown" condition was discredited They said they did not discuss with Johnson the idea of
UF Arnold Air Society attendingthe day." as "ridiculous" by attending using government funds to rebuild private businesses. But

society's national conclave in A hospital spokesman said Ken- physician Dr. Thomas D. Bartley. Gruenlng said after the conference: "We have been doing It
Denver, Colo., April 8-12. in foreign countries, and there's no reason why we shouldnot
-
do it in our own country."

Gruening called the earthquake "the worst disaster In United
I Still Boss Goulart I
Says States history" and said it might be necessary "to go beyondthe
old concept of federal relief" in coping with its destruction.
(Continued From Page I 1)) cabinet members for an emergency headquarters at Flamengo Beach Johnson met with Gruening, Bartlett, Budget Director Kermit

session. and set fire to the four-stoiy Gordon and Edward A. McDermott, director of the Office of
the day In southern Brazil. The But a Goulart spokesman in Bra- structure late yesterday. It was. Emergency Planning, to review efforts under way to relieve
revolt leaders charged the Goulart silia said the president was deter- evacuated quickly.The suffering in Alaska and begin rebuilding the state's shattered
government was swinging the coun- mined to carry on the fight from government radio said First economy.

try toward communism. The first the new capital by "arming the Army commander Marshal Ar- lie telephoned Alaska Gov. William Egan during the confer-
Indications of trouble to come were people." Military spokesmen in mando Ancora, who had been loyalto ence. Egan was expected to arrive in Washington early next

seen last week when a group of Brasilia said flatly,however, there Goulart, was conferring with week with a group of his advisers, apparently in expectation f
navy men mutinied and staged a would be no distribution of arms revolt leaders near Resende, on that Johnson will set up a federal committee.
sit-in at a union hall until guar- to civilians. the highway between Rio and Sao Gruening and Bartlett said after the meeting that two plans

anteed amnesty. "We will not give arms to any- Paulo on cease-fire terms. were under consideration: Ii
Goulart said he had ordered tho one on orders from anyone on any -Formation of a federal committee to work with a corres- r
arrest of Guanabara State Go\ pretext," one spokesman for the Under Brazil's constitution, ponding Alaska state committee to coordinate planning for
Carlos Lacerda in Rio de Janeiro said. Mazzlll is the legal successor to
navy emergency assistance and draft a longterm rebuilding program.A .
He said he Goulart because the vice presi-
"and many others.
request to Congress for a $50 million additional appropriation .
commer- has been vacant since Gou- .
arrived in Brasilia by dency
to the Federal Disaster Loan Fund which now is downto
cial Jetliner and landed at the The earlier, apparently pre- lart moved from that post to become $14 million.
there he mature announcement from Rio Sept. 7, 1961.
military airport. From president
Gruening and Bartlett said they expected Johnson would
helicopter of a rebel victory had touched off The presidency of the chamberof
said he took an army
have to make a number of unusual budget requests to Congressin
pro-Goulart demonstrations in Rio Is equivalent to the
to his country residence. deputies
addition to more money for the loan fund.
"The government continues with anti-American overtones, and speaker of the House in the United
They said they felt a better answer would be establishmentof
side retaliatory attacks by antiGoulartelements. States. Mazzill's succession to
strong with the people on our ,
a national disaster Insurance program comparable crop
Goulart said. The president did the presidency presumably would Insurance that would be applicable to all states hit by natural
not want to talk much. He said Angry anti-Goulart street leave no question of U. S.recognition he was awaiting the arrival of his crowds marched on leftist student of the new regime in Brazil.









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4 The Florida Alligator Thursday.April 2, 1964 ".l'lotc p '''IV.----Intercept. Quicklv- ,

Bumps KEY WEST, Fla. (UPI) The The radar network came uncle

U.S. radar defense network covering congressional criticism recent]!

South Florida was In good when a Russian-made Cuban All

Shaking working order yesterday and sent Force helicopter slipped into thl

jet fighter planes scrambling to Key West Airport undetected witl
air- three Cuban crewmen two
Intercept two unidentified of then
defectors, and a dead man aboar
craft.

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speeders Into heeding the 10 mph

limit student whendrivingthroughmarried villages. or that importanExpensivelooking ate

That's the opinion on one side

of a controversy between village

residents, said Under-Secretary

of Married Student Affairs, Bill i
'd1kIE Hester at Tuesday's student

J4'JAl J.\ government cabinet meeting. weal'

I s Speeding, an old problem in

the villages, has spread especiallyin
Flavet III due to the opening of StdtJ' /; :

two village streets that were for- r ;
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The proposed "speed bumps"were ( < ,

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vehicles going the legal speed, 'ti t fr ,
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limited, he explained and young rr ,
r tricycle riders often wander into
J w
the streets. An estimated 500 s

children live in the villages. .:zl
a
-.v Residents of the villages are :

divided in their opinions of of

SNEAK PREVIEW solving the speeding problem. l

.for these youngsters and UF President J. Wayne Reitzas "The people who argue againstit
mostly are the ones who've been

they take a first look at the completed Florida Atlas doing the speeding," DeLoach said. '- '"'fr S

which comes off the press April 22. The book is the first Flavet III wives,in a group knownas j'f
Trivetts, have tried everything

of its kind and covers all aspects of Florida's development. from signs, barrels, and calls to

It is being published by the UF Press. careless drivers.
The Trivetts decided that the
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hope,said President Carol >'
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McGriff Retires Carrera. l t
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Mother of two, Mrs. Carrera ... ., .' .
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said, "The 'speed bumps' were ,.,...ii.. .:'\.'
about the only thing we could come f ll:: : : ':r
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After
16 YearsSome ;
up with to slow people down. '
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policeman, she said that the village .;
16 years ago, C. A. McUnlike most other mail men, policeman was doing his best.With #t.

Griff paid a casual visit to his McGrlff's busiest time of year is no sidewalks, and houses very i i ; (

daughter in Gainesville and turned Valentine's Day -- not Christmas.that close to the streets the speeding ..,
visit Into a career in the UF ''I think every girl in the dorms problem is even greater. ." ::::

mall room. gets a Valentine's card and some "Something should be done Immediately f \ .., : ',::1,;
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McGriff, 65, who retired from \
year one group of girls even gave \ .'t
his duties yesterday said he liked Catching the offending speeders .... ;
me a valentine. Is hard. The license number is ""'........
it here, so he applied for a job
"It was two feet long and afoot but who
with the University to send his taken when possible, those
son through college. wide. live outside the village, visitors,
McGriff said he plans to visit and other speeders are "next to

The first job McGriff had was that same daughter, Mrs.DotFral- impossible to track down," Mrs.

walking around campus picking up ish, who led him to the job at Carrera said.

,mail from the various buildings. the university. She now lives In
Getting the speed bumps "couldbe
For the past five years he has Washington.
a long hard struggle," DeLoach
'delivered mall to the women's After that visit, he will return
said, because many agencies must
dormitories. to Florida.
be contacted first
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"Wllne all (nlS was nap uJII'
attraction Helseth was"Introduced" -
tbNlt By PATTI PITZStalf Dick Matt, who produced and directed Hawaii arid Istanbul. shouting at me to 'keepsm1l1ng"
Matt kppt
to the royal pet lion.Aner .
Never having tr le-d even as
Writer the two-reeler film, picked Helseth recounted.A .
"Knowing the right person" sent Helseth for the part of a young far as Nassau from the United coaxing the GOO pound ,
1eU' States He Is e t h suddenly found beast up from lying on his back
Charles Helseth UF ,
J. (Jack) college student who goes off to 195!> UF graduate with a degree
his feet In'the air,
graduate and present employe, ona see the world and decide upon acareer. himself going "first class" on a and waving in geology, lie Iseth may find himself -
In Helseth and thl" film crew finally
trip that seldon! comes once a
OaramountPictures'
world tour to star in "star" In an award winning
19-mlnute te at u r e tot e, With all expenses plus a $12S 11tetime. manlpulate-d the cat into walking, a
Even less common wereomeot and Helseth fell Into step beside fUm.
"Journey to Understanding. weekly salary paid, Helseth traveled Paramount has chosen"Journeyto
Now playing at the state Theatre 42,000 mUes aboard KLM his experiences whUe making the him. Understanding" as its studio
the Royal Dutch Airlines and lived inHUton tUrn.In. "All at once he grabbl"d me
along with "Dr. Strangelove, nomination for an academy award
audience arranged around the with his and
an was Ie" paws
Ethiopia
mm was produced two summers Hotels in Mexico City, London In the two-reeler class, Helseth
for him with the Emperor with a 500 pound lion around your
at Madrid
ago when Helseth was working Amsterdam, Tokyo,
Selas-Ie. As an added It> can't do vtJry much. !
HaUe g you
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Approves Red China



'(Continued From Page 1)) BUDAPEST (UPI) Soviet Premier -

Nikita S. Khrushchev, lashing -
University Athletic Association
back at the Chine-sa Communist
received the biggest chunk of the declared Wednesday that world

summer allocations with a total without
rt'volution cannot succet'd
budget request oC $15,030.UF .
standard
full stomarhs and a bettl'r
Debate Society received the
of living for workers."The .
smallest increase, Cour dollars,

for a total allocation oC $441.
revolutionary impulse isIn
The 'Gator Band's budget was
Itself not enough," Khrushchev
reduced $34 from last summer for
told a group oC llungarlan factory
a total of $695.University .
.,
workers. We also n'ed a good
Religious Association -
plate of goulash, books Bnd good
(URA) bud get request
have these tht>n
housing. When you ,
last I
remained the same as summer "
you know you are fighting.
-- $849."There
is no change in the

URA budget," said out-going Majority It was a thinly concealed

Leader L.M. (Buddy) Blain, counter-attack against a massive

3LW. new assault on his policies by Hed

.'It looks like we bought the same China, w hie h Monday said the

amount oC religion last summer as Soviet leader's "revisionist" coexistence -

this year," cracked Blain. pol1c1t>S would land him

Allocations Cor Student Publications on the "ruhbish heap of history."

increased $26. Publications

will receive a total fee allocation
Khrushchev struck back at Peking -
of $8,601.

There was no change in the .., ::;:.:..---- In a s ech at a mass meeting
In northern
amount allocated UF Choir. The of electrical workers

.choir wUl get $1,193 from student "MOVIE STAR AND WORLD TRAVELER" Dudapest. lie then met with lIungarian -
Premier Janos Kadar in a I

fees.UF lntramurals' allot'atlon request .because of a lucky acquaintanceship, Charles J. (Jack) Helseth UF graduate and second round of talks that could

was slashed $226 trom lastsummer's employee beams from among souvenirs he collected while making "Journey To Understanding" lead to a major Soviet bloc counteroffensive -

.
against China'
amount
total for a total
a short film now showing at the State Theatre.I .
of $7,938. I I
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The VUlage Mayor's Council was

allocated $286 for an increase of S- G President To Be Released Alaska May Need


$38.UF Symphony's proposed allocations -

amounted to $695. This

is $12 less than the amount allocated Student Government President nedy's condition was "excellent"

the symphony last summer. Ken Kennedy will probably be released and that he was "up and around." I Iday

from the Health Center Friday Kennedy transferred from the :

at Tuesday's or Saturday, according to Steve infirmary to the lIealth Center Sun'day I UPI k I .to s d S

Although approved will Freedman, administrative assistant morning when pains in his chest the federal government might have to adopt a whole

meeting, the allocations and final to thE' president."Judging increased during Saturday night. new concept of disaster relief it it is to adequately cope ,
reading
second
undergo a admitted to the Health week's earthquake
lie was with "unbelievable" destruction caused by last -
council convenes -
approval when the Center with a collapsed lung and in their state.

for the summer trimester, from what I've seen gas in the pleural cavity.An Democratic Sense E.L. DarUett and Ernest Gruenlng said

Blain said.In and heard at the Health Center," after a White lIouse conference with President Johnson and
of
the dosing moments the Freedman said, liKen will probably other officials that $500 mUlion in federal funds would be
the Legislative -
rapid one-hour session, be released Friday. The tube was needed to restore both public facUlties and private businesses
Council passed a special and earlier report that Kennedy's1llness
taken out of his throat today in Alaska.
to finance expenditures should be attributed to a"rundown"
for $145
request he seems to be improving. The They said they did not discuss with Johnson the idea of
from the condition was discredited -
of delegates latest he'll be released is Saturday. using government funds to rebuild private businesses. But
Society attending "ridiculous" by attending
UF Arnold Air ." as Gruenlng said after the conference: "We have been doing it :
national conclave in Thomas D. Bartley.
the society's A hospital spokesman said Ken- physician Dr. in foreign countries, and there's no reason why we should '
Denver, Colo., April 8-12. -- "
not do It in our own country.
Gruenlng called the earthquake "the worst dlsa.cter; in United

I Still Boss Says Goulart I States history" and said it might be necessary "to go beyond ;

-, the old concept of federal reUef" in coping with its destruction. t
I
nued From Page 1)) cabinet members for an emergency headquarters at Flamengo Deach Johnson met with Grooning, DarUett,Dudget Director Kermit
(Conti session. and set fire to the four-stol'y Gordon and Edward A. HcDermott, director of the Ottlce of

the day in southern Brazil. The But a Goulart spokesman in Brasma structure late yesterday. It was, Emergency Planning, to review ecrorts under way to reUeve t

revolt leaders charged the Gaulart said the president was determined evacuated quickly. suffering in Alaska and begin rebuilding the state's shattered I.

government was swinging the l'oun- to carryon the fight trom The government radio said First vconomy.

try toward communism. The tirst the new capital by "arming the Army commander Marshal Armando lie t lephoned Alaska Gov. William Egan during the conference. -

indications of trouble to come were people." Military spokesmen in Ancora, who had been loyal Egan was expected to arrive in Washington early next ,

seen last week when a group of Brasilia said fiatly,however,there to Goulart, was conferring with week with a group of his advisers, apparently in expectation IIj

navy men mutinied and stagel1 asitin would be no distribution of arms revolt leaders near Resende, on that Johnson wtll set up a federal committee.Gruenlr.g .

at a union hall untU guaranteed to civilians."We the highway between Rio and Sao and Bartlett said after the meeting that two plans ,

amnesty.Goulart will not give arms to anyone Paulo on cease-fire terms. were under consideration: j

said he had ordered tt on orders trom anyone on any -Formation of a federal committee to work with a corresponding j
Under Brazil's constitution, state committee to coordinate planning for I
arrest of Guanabara State GO\ pretext," one spokesman for the Alaska
carlos Lacerda in Rio de Janeiro navy said. Mazz1l1 is the legal successor toGoulart emergency assistance and draft a longterm rebuilding program.A .

.,and many others." He said he because the vice presidency request to Congress for a $50 mUllon add1t1onal approprlation .,

arrived in BrasiUa by commercial has been vacant since Goulart to the Federal Disaster Loan Fund which now is down i ito

and landed at the The earlier, apparently premature moved from that post to become $14 million. I IGruenlng

miUtary jetliner airport. From there, he announcement from Rio president Sept. '7, 1961. and Bartlett said they expected Johnson would I

took an army helicopter of a rebel victory had touched off The presidency of the chamber have to make a number of unusual budget requests to Congress :
said he
residence."The pro-Goulart demonstrations in Rio of deputies is equivalent to the in addition to more money for the loan fund. )
to his country
government continues with anti-American overtones, and speaker of the House in the United They said they felt a better answer would be establishment .

withthepeopleonourside," retaliatory attacks by antl-G oul art States. MazziU's succession to ot a national disaster insurance program comparable to crop

Goulan strong The president did Ilements. the presidency presumably would insurance that would be applicable to aliitates hit by natural
said.
of U. S.reco ltion i
said Angry anti-Goulart street leave no question disasters.
not want to talk much. He
the arrival of his crowds marched on lettist student of the new regime in Brazil.
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tide rises, the tide falls.

Years ago when the bearded revolutionary was securely encampedIn

the Excambre mountains, he had managed to capture: the Imagina-

tion and support of most of the free world.It .

was easy then.

The picture was one of the fair-haired boy of freedom struggling s

against a tYrannlcaldlctatorshlp.

With our natural predilection for separating people into groups of

the "good guys," and the 'bad guys," we accepted without questionthat

since Castro was fighting against tyranny, he must be good.It .

was almost Immediately after the triumphal march into Havana,

however, that the whispers began. It was intimated that one of Castro'smen

had once been affiliated with the Communist party and rumors

began circulating that the leanings of some of the revolutionary mightbe .
;
somewhat left of the center.Some of the more progressive columnists

ventured to suggest that the fate of the new regime was in hands of -
-
active leftists. .--

The rest, of course, is history.

This week the familiar rumblings began again, this time from the .
drum of Brazil. is

Before the critics could begin more than a cursory evaluation of

the relative leanings of the principal characters, however, the first

act came to an abrupt end; and, with Goulart evidently on the way out,
Brazil stands on the same threshold which Cuba occupied several

years ago. Deserve The _
Students Dragon
A stable government that commands the respect and faith of the

people could help stabilize Brazil's currency, Improve their Investment -

climate and help the country fulfill the rich promises that lie in its
vast natural resources and increasingly capable labor force. EDITOR: day to observe in the manner they Why is it that state supported
The Intense choose at the Easter: season, stu- institutions in other states can
optimism of the Brazilian people was mirrored in the
response of Edgard Calelll upon hearing of Goularts resignation. You have probably oft-times dents continue their education.But have stimulating programs on a

"Americans think that God is American, but right now I think He must heard the old adage, "They can't this Florida brand educa- regular basis? Let's look at what
be Brazilian." The see the forest for the trees. With tion seems to lack something that the University of Minnesota offersas
optimism was immediately qualified, as he expressedthe
hope that the Congress would be allowed to select the new president, the "canned education" of the tri- Is essential In any true education.It a part of its educational pro-

and the fear that one of the omnipresent generals would ascend to the mester system a stark reality lacks stimulating, controversial, gram. The 1964 Annual Minnesota -
office. many students have JUt cause to reputable speakers] From time to Symposlum..a 4-day Free

And while Americans enjoy the luxury of idle speculation, the Brazi- wonder, "what are we missing?" time, granted, we have a stimu- exchange of ideas on GREAT ISSUES -

lians hang anxiously on the thread of suspense; knowing that tomorrowmay While the administration sturggles lating speaker such as Dr. L. S. IN GOVERNMENT on the
with day-to-day problems tryingto B. ,Leakey who such a stimulating UofM The speakers
bring the promise of a new beginning or the continuance of gave campus. :
an old evil. operate this travesty upon edu- lecture Monday evening. But Senator Wayne Morse, Oregon

And the tide rises and the tide falls. cation, the trimester, so Inflexi- this is a rare and welcome occa- Harold Stassen, Presidential Can-
W.C.N. ble it cannot allow students one sion. didate; Governor George C. Wall-

ace, Alabama; Roy Wilkins,
NAACP Executive Secretary;

II Learning In The Limelight II T ouch Monsieur PuddytatBy James Editor;J.Dr.Kilpatrick Walter Heller, Jr.,,Virginia Admini-

stration Economist;W.Allen Wall-

II Is, Pres. of Rochester Univ.;Nor-
DOUGLAS MOLITOR For those who remain, be brave
EDITOR: man Thomas, Socialist; Robert
His film reviews reflect the the trimester's days are numbered. -
Welch John Birch Society
pursuit of an Interest which could Young warriors otthe trimester, Have a strong heart and pre- ,
A request for equal time. Founder.
develop into something expertise.His your battle is almost over. You pare for its last effort to defeat
As a director of, alas, many theatre reviews, although often have foughten well, and your exploits you. Use the endurance of See- This has a great deal to say for

years standing, I have never sub- based on viewing a technical run- shall go down in the historyof bring, the wit of Daytona, and the the educational system at the Uni-
scribed to the
theory that it Is
through rather than actual performance our great institution. You have steadfastness of weekends to see versity of Minnesota, obviously.
simply not genteel or dignified for '
with audience (for which defeated the ugly seven-thirty, and you through. Remember that this Why not a similar program at the
performers or directors to answer he has been chastised in the past), the mighty all-nighter has become trimester will go as its brothers University of Florida? Why mustit

the critics; or that one should pre- suggest the possibility of a simi- your tool. Great progs have fallen have gone before it. Defeat this be left up to student govern-

tend to ignore them; or that It is lar promise.It before your prodigious effort. great winter monster so you may ment to sense a need for It and
a case of "sour grapes" if one
Greatest of those, the awesome final have the privilege, that few have, try in vain to set up a fine Speaker
should not ignore them. Neitherdo
exam looms near. But fear of doing battle with its brother program? Why must student
I admit that critics should be ;
Is in the nature of the theatre's
not, for you, young warrior, are in the summer or fall. government have to belabor apro-
the only ones with access to the crafts to produce perpetual stu- of
young and strong and the exams blem that should be the concern
mass communications media. dents and
rather
experimenters
shall fall as exams have fallenin the educators who influence university
than masters. As with
actors
the past.It policy?
Wrong ConclusionEDITOR
and directors Mr. Federman's

Therefore, I write to state that learning process is being con- The University of Florida has

although reviewer Federman ducted In public. It is an awesome has been recorded in the halls problems, to be sure, with a leg-

seemed Inexplicably cruel towardone responsibility. He really ought not of the lower division that the : islature in Tallahassee and Its

of the most industrious groupsof to carelessly abuse his position or second year men met the enemyat abundance of politicians, pork-
A few days ago so the choppers and others, still turninga
college actors with which I have his following. the great battle of the sopho- paper
ever worked, I, for one, have always -, more test. Victory could not be read, a boatload starved corpses deaf ear toward the problems of

enjoyed his articles if not R. F. Mason, Director theirs, yet they fought with great drifted ashore on a Caribbean island higher education. But aside from
from another once fertile the sporadic efforts of student
always agreeing with them. GREAT GOD BROWN vigor and much noise. A freshman isle
of that now saddened government fruitless crusade
region. Yet a
class has met the C" course ,
yesterday, exercising their rightsas from time to time by the Florida
and once again pounded it out intoa
The Florida AlligatorServed regular curve. The U. C.troops citizens and residents of a free Alligator, and the efforts of Bill
country, a small group walked down McCollum of the Florida Union,
along with the hardened fighters
the main street of this who is to the standard for
city In carry
by United Press International of the upper division did well in

Editor ............... ................................................Walker Lundy battle. support, they said, of peace and bringing controversial, and stimu-

Managing Editor ......................................................B1H Fuller incidentially announced their intentions lating speakers here on a regular

Assistant Managing Editor ........................................John Askins to visit the latter Island basis?

Editorial Editor ..................................................Wayne Norfleet Perhaps you were among those in and that protest that there still existed We need an answer to this ques-

Sports Editor .............:..........................................Glenn Laney who joined the companies of Delt, yet unhappy land a part that tion. Right now not three
was free.
Feature Editor .................................................Cynthia Tunstall Sigma Nu, or Beta in Weekend see It saddened me to years from now after an administration |*
mistaken
Campus Living Editor .......................................Judy Lynn Prince action; or watched the battle of tyrants youth equate bloody committee has "looked
Editorial Assistants .... Ernie Lltz, Gall Sobering, Betty Wendt, the Cobra at Seebring. Perhapsyou Christians regime with the true into the situation." One suggestion -

Betsy Garrison, Steve Vaughn, Sue Dobbie, Charner Powell, Rual joined our comrads at arms of loudly peace to which they so for a standard bearer mightbe

Chandler, Pete Hathaway, and Dave Berkowitz. the great northern army at the acclaimed their support. the administration of the Uni-

Reporters .... Jim Castello, Phil Htvener, Joel Gaston, Donlta Mathison, beaches of Daytona or the fort versity of Florida.
Carol Nobis, Ann Carter, Joe ;Kollin;: Agnes Fowles, Fran Snider, of Lauderdale. All Joined the Lawrence S. Daley The forest to which I referredis

Judy Teich, Evan Engle, George Mims, Phil Geyer, Don Federman, great one, Don Addis, in his fight a truly comprehensive educa-

Becky Quinn, Larry Zimmerman, Jackie Cornelius; Patti Pltz, against the great Tigert. tional system; which cannot be rea-

Gary Williams, Don Davis, Sue Haugsted, Joyce Kilmer, George Wondrous is the strengthof lized without a program of good

Elmore, David Sumner, Jay Haviser, Joe Zeigler, Joy Cherry, cheerfulness, and Its pow- speakers. The trees, our day-to-
Be brave warriors the er of endurance
John Clendenon, Nancy Brachey, Tom Millsaps, Millie Gorman, young ful the cheer- day problems of the trimester,
battle draws near its end. Manyof man will do '
more in the education.
M4rty Lurie, and Vicki Boggs. system and "canned
you will beat the awesome tri- same time, will do it better, of speakershere
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaper of will We have A program
mester and go on to larger bat- persevere in it longer, anEXCELLENTprogram.
the University of Florida and Is published five times weekly except tles; but the trimester has taken than the sad or sullen. but I call for need it.

during the months of May, June, and July, when semi-weekly issues its toll. Some of our most valiant The students

are published. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is entered as second class fighters will not return to do --Thomas Carlyle They deserve it.

mutter at the United States Post Office at Gainesville, Fla. battle. Eric Smith



I PPAn ThursdayApril 2,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 7
j r Equitable DistributionEditor's I II

I -- I So Spoke The KingEDITOR

( Note: The following "At some universities," he said, recently, The Agitator was overlooked -

paragon of improbability was ori- "students may attend only one in the preferred seating : slave masters remained to check

ginally written for appearance inthe .game a season." arrangements and aused quite a The SANHEDRIN, probably not rolls. At 7:30 AM, in a 300 level

April Fool's edition of The On the other hand,Cheddar said, wishing to contribute to the delin- course, I had present 85%; at 1:20

Alligator. Due to a space problemit members of Blue Key worked for stir.The Agitator came our with an quency of minors by clogging PF, in a 200 level course, I had

was omitted, Today, due to a several years before retiring to the editorial, he said, "condeming the beaches and highwaysdidNOTdeclare present 75%; and, at 8:40 AM, Ina

space problem (and a certain Blue Key retirement colony to help preferred seating arrangement," GOOD FRIDAY a holiday. 100 level course, I had present
writer with an ego problem) we students with their problems and he said. "The next day we cor- Not being able to read the Law, 55%.

include it in the guise of a letterto to bring students back into student rected the error and supplied The the Leaders of the People went Unless a reader be very INGENUOUS -

the editor.) government.SG Agitator with 250 seats on the 50- to the King for his interpretation these figures, FIGURE.Of .

By BILL FULLER leaders naturally must get yard-Iine, which apparently satisfied thereof. The King's "I am sure one fact I am certain, the
Managing Editor preferred seatings because they the Agitator that no ruthless you will do what you think is right"was Editors of the ALLIGATOR would

are the ones who vote on the pro- action towards the student body was all Editor W. W. L. neededto think it awasteof effort to Investigate -
Student Government yesterday posal. being! undertaken by SG." inform the People of the 'three the academic averages of

announced a proposal which would "After all," he said, "we are Cheddar also announced plans day holiday' see March 27 issue, those who on GOOD FRIDAY
the bulk of student for and thereby promote"Exodus "Marched to the Sea."
leave seatingat only asking for 400 seats for Blue a special bloc which would "
football games in the hands of Key, 1,000 seats for student accomodate 1,000 persons who of the People.
The King's opinion, in part, explains W. A. ClarkA
the Athlectic Association. government and their 'friends' and wished to cheer for the opposing
team. why he is a King and nota member of the English
Only seating for The Agitator, an additional 250 seats for The
Student Government and Blue Key Agitator, all between the 45-yard- While plans for this bloc are On Letter GOOD Writer.FRIDAY the heathen Department when this letter waswritten..

would be handled by SG under lines." not complete, he said, they now ---,
the arrangement, Cheddar Chees- The Agitator deserves special call for pennants in the color of

man, administrative assistant to treatment, because of an institu- the opposing team on one side, y'fvj '
the SG president said. tion called the editorial page, with UF colors on the other justIn
He said he believed that ordinary Cheddar said. case.

students are well taken care of by "We were afraid The Agitator This program was sparked by a
being able to attend the games at would student movement last year which .
oppose our efforts to reward _
all. saw many UF student cheering for
deserving students if they were
Gainesville High School in the annual -
not included in our proposal," he '
said. "How can they complain if UF-GHS intercity rivalry. YOU GUYS ON THE N. ?,p iH
POLICYThe The purpose of this plan JUST 'CAUSt 'M YOUH PtUMATf
they also get to sit on the 50- "
yard-llne?" Cheddar said, "is to prove to stu- YOU CAM TAM LlltRTIttl 1
dents that we are attuned to their
Alligator welcomes Agitator Editor, Walking
Letters to The Editor from Blunder, agreed with Cheddar's yearnings, and willing to answer
their call for action."
our readers. reasoning."I .

The letters must be signed.all can think of no higher rewardfor
j
our unselfish service to the f
-- signers will include student body," he said. "We countit The man of genius knows ,, ? A 14I .
a telephone number a privilege to share blocs with what he is aiming at; nobody .:; .

where they can be reached other unselfish servants of the else knows. And he alone
to verify the fact they student body." knows when something comes # # /L

actually wrote the letterto Cheddar replied that he was gratified between him and his object.In : M v s x ylt
which their name is to learn of the Agitator's the course of generation, _
signed. however, men will excuse you
agreement. He said such arrange-
--names no longer will ments have been routine in the for not doing as they do, if t Y A 'M"t
be withheld unless the wri- you will bring enough to pass
past, but that recently, The Agita-
ter can show good reason in your own way.
tor was overlooked in the prefer- Coming Monday,
for such action. -Henry David Thoreau
red seating arrangements and Apri 16 "
been routine in the past, but that
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The Florida Alligator Page 9Lyceum
ThursdayApril 2,1964 -

Applications In Graduate



Shows


School Up Over 1963



Applications for graduate.school ducts of the increased birth rate been one of increased Interest,
have Increased 50 per cent over which began in 1942," Grinter more fellowships and assistantships Cost ${OOO'sBy

1963, according to L. E. Grinter, said.Grlnttr. ," Grinter added.

dean of the graduate school. said the flood of applicants "Our actual enrollment increased r

"The Increase In applicationscan will increase for about 20 per cent over last year. MILLIE GORMAN between a "first class orchestra"and

be accredited to the great 10 years, after which a periodof This brought us an enrollment of Staff Writer a young piano artist.

percentage of applicants who are stabilization will take place. 1,840 students in the graduate pro- The Philadelphia Symphony Or-

22 years old. They are the pro- "Up until now, the increase has gram." The price of experience is chestra, a summer Lyceum Council -

Grinter predicted that by 1970 $7,850. attraction, will be performingin

I GATOR CLASSIFIEDS there would be 3,000 students en- This is the difference In cost! Florida for the first time, according -

rolled. to Ray Anderson, Lyceum

"Because of the rapid Increasein Council president.For .
applicants, we will probably not Hume HallGroups this presentation the Lyceum -

[LI WantedFemale I I L Services I be able to function with a non- Council will pay $8,000, the

quota system after this year." most ever paid for a Lyceum
Council attraction.
Grinter explained that there Hold
roommate for next fall GAINESVILLE MINIATURE were several schools that were According to Anderson, this is

trimester. Private bedroom in RACEWAY. Largest"SLOT Car" reaching their limits and could the first time a "first class

large comfortable house.Will needa track in North Florida. Opening not operate effectively without symphony orchestra" has per-
MealMembers
car. 2-8588. (C-128-3t-c). April 3rd. If you don't know whatit some measures taken in the near Award formed at the UF.

MH MM is drop by any night this week future. At the other end of the budgetIs
WANTED: Roommate to share air- for a look-see. Old Phi KappaPi. of the Hume Hall Leg- the $150 Michele Levin will

conditioned apartment. Two blocks W. Univ. above Lord Byron's. islative Council recognized people receive for her performance.Miss .
(M-128-6t-c). Hannaford TalksAt who helped make their year asuc-
from campus. $70 a month $35 Levin is an 18-year-old
per person. Pay electricity only. POWER MOWERS AND EDGERS cess with a banquet at the Holiday Miami pianist just beginning her

Should have car. Call 6-4163. repaired. All work guaranteed.Pick Meeting"One Inn Wednesday night. musical career.

(C129-tf-c). up and delivery. Minimum In 50 years is probably the After a welcome, council mem- "In contrast with the orchestra,
ber John Hume, 2UC, Introduced
charges $2.00. Charlie's Fix-It odds against having an industrial which is totally proven, we havea
One roommate wanted. Apt. for Shop. 1618 N. W. 1st Ave. Call accident if safety methods are guests. The Invocation was givenby girl, who we hope, Is an up and
Kin Asst. directorof
Fred
summer. Air conditioned, two 2-7233. (M-106-tf-c). observed, EarleS.Hannafordcon guest coming artist," said Anderson.

rooms and kitchenette. With two sultant to the American Telephoneand housing. "She Is probably one of our
WOMENS ALTERATIONS AND Council members and guests hada "
roommates. Call 6-0317. John Telegraph Company yesterdaytold least expensive attractions.
DRESSMAKING. Fast work and buffet dinner before listening to
Gaff. (C-129-2t-c). the Eleventh Annual Confer- Nell Rankin, MezzoSopranowith
reasonable rates. 372-6786 or an a address by Student Body Vic- the will
Accident Prevention Engineering Metropolitan Opera,
ence on
250-R Flavet III. (M-124-6t-p). President Richard Gober. After
WANTED 1950-54 FORDS and being held in McCarty open the season described as a
the roles of council
Al lie rndon'sService exploring "summer of contrasts."
CHEVROLETS. Auditorium through tomorrow.
TYPING term papers, etc. Fast members Gober reviewed their
Station. Located 916 S. E. accurate work at reasonable Theme of the conference which Adding to the variety in this
very activities in the past year and
4th St. (C-83-tf-c). brings together safety directors "summer of contrasts" will be
rates. Call Jean 376-3261, Ext. suggest ways for the council to
from industry over Florida and the the performance of Marilyn Du-
2956, 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and get a greater share of student
1:30 to 5 (M-130-lt-c Southeast is "How To Achieve bow, violinist.
I I p.m. p.m. ) government funds allotted for
Help WantedSPARE Safety." council In the past violinist presentedby
operations.
It Is being sponsored by the the Lyceum Council have been
FREE Top value stamps. 100 David DeCoster, Hume Hall area
TIME. You can earn $40a extra for car lube-100 extra for Department of Industrial and Sys- coordinator and advisor to the male.
tems of the Collegeof "It Is unusual to have a female
Engineering
week commission by showingthe i oil filter change 50 extra for council, presented awards. Merit "
violinist the concert stage
on ,
oil change 20 extra with each Engineering. Co-sponsors are
Vlvlane Woodard Beauty Pro- certificates were presented to
the North West and Central Flori- said Anderson.The .
376- fill with 9 gallons. ,
over
up
gram. Call Johnny Turner gas council members. DeCoster pre-
da of the American Society Kaleidoscope Players will
chapters
1480.9-5 (E-120-15t-c). Mechanic on duty. Cheaper ces sented the new President's Awardto
return again this summer with a
of Safety Engineers.
for good, honest, dependable mechanical council president Robin Sentell.
Hannaford said the one to 50 presentation of the "World of
Wanted waiters for summer tri- work. Check over prices The award to retroactive to Include "
mester. Must be 21. Gatehouse before you buy. C & H Tenneco year ratio doesn't apply if safety the names of all Hume Hall Carl Sandburg.
rules aren't abserved, but that a This return engagement Is in
703 W. University Ave. 6-9342.
Restaurant. 1222 W. UniversityAve. council presidents.The .
who through life withan keeping with a policy of bringing
Call 6-5843. (E-123-tf-c). (M-130-3t-c). person goes council then presented De-
awareness of apparent and hid- back popular attractions,Anderson
I Coster with a desk set In appreciation -
den risks probably avoid them.
can
for his advice and help to the said.More
Florida talent, in the person -
council throughout the year. of Gerson Yessln, will add to
SAT* CLASSIFVDSEMERGENCY After discussing the council's the summer programing.
and future activities Presi-
past ,
Yessln, who is from Jackson-
NOTICE dent Sentell presented the council ville, performs on the stage and
gavel to Incoming president teaches music.
RIDE NEEDEDRide Frederick Breeze 3AS.
,
The presentation of folk singersJoe
DESPERATELY needed to Councilman John Hume closed by
and Penny Aronson, will close
West Palm Beach tonight.Also ride emphasizing that next year's coun-
out the summer's productions.
back Sunday. Call UF extension cil would have to start over and

2241 between one and six p.m.Ask encourage new residents with a

SEMINOLE for Carol in the office. willingness to work.

Campus Pacs



STAFF MEMBERS niCoSAGAIN Net '3,000



WANTEDInterested Campus Pacs sales net $3,000to

date according to James Harold
I Sandlford coordinator of sales.

me A// lVG0W6E Alpha Kappa Psi, professional
business fraternity, has had the

pacs on sale for three weeks.

0 'April 1' was the last day of

students with some experience in sales.
The pacs containing toiletries
Student Publications may now apply for the for men and women have sold
.
following positions on the SEMINOLE staff: : for 50 cents each.

Sandlford said, "This years
sales have been much better than

last years. We have sold 6,000

Copy Editor Pictures Editor pacs so far and are very pleasedwith
the sales."
Greek Editor 1
College Editor \J Alpha Kappa Psi has sold 74

Sports Editor Activities Editor per cent of the total number of

w Lay"\. t Editor pacs for sale.
The money made from this pro-
'
ject will go to the Dollars for

Scholars fund. This is a scholar-

ship fund set up for any UF stu-
Applications will be available in the Seminole dent who wishes to apply for a

office, Room 9, Florida Union, on Friday, scholarship loan.
Each contains eight articles.
pac
April 3, and Monday, April 6, from 2:00 until The pace are filled with articlesfor

4:00 pm. either a man or woman. The -

mens pacs go from pipe tobaccoto

a stainless steel razor. The

womens pacs range from hair sprayto

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GREAT THEORETICALrPHYSICIST Protestant-



. Dr. John C. Slater To Join UF Faculty Top BishopDr.



John C. Slater,one of Amer- of Physics and Chemistry at UF and Molecular Theory Group, of atoms and molecules, for his To Retire
ica's greatest scientists, will Join effective Sept. 1, 1964. which he established. original work in connection with
the UF's faculty next September, Slater, 63, will divide his time Dr. Slater, one of the principal crystals and for the long line of
university President J. Wayne between MIT and Florida. He will founders of theoretical chemistryand NEW YORK (UPI) -- The.Rt.
Reitz announced yesterday.Dr. spend er'it! ; months on the Florida solid state physics, has beena Rev. Arthur Lichtenberger, 64,
Slater, the theoretical phys campus teaching graduate and visiting participant in Florida's presiding bishop of the Protestant
icist who built the present physics undergraduate students and work- Winter Institute in Quantum Theoryfor Episcopal Church, announced yes-
department at Massachusetts Institute Ing with this University's Quantum several years. terday he will retire In October.
of Technology,was appointed Theory Group, and four monthsat He is Internationally respectedfor The speech difficulties that hinder
T Graduate Research Professor MIT directing its Solid State his contributions to the theory his preaching "persist and evi-

dently will continue."

Tr i r Lichtenberger said he regretted -
the early retirement because
"I am having a good time in my
.9 1 / .f Al work as presiding bishop."

"I do wish I could continue,"
he said. "But since I should
1'st not and cannot, I believe I am
: tl 9 AY ready by God's grace to accept
this necessity not in sorrow but
In gladness of heart as His will."
e'I
I Lichtenberger has been spiritual
leader of 3.5 million Episcopalians
e i since 1958. He normally would
.
DR. SLATER have been expected to serve as
presiding bishop until he reachedthe
distinguished students he has
retirement age of 70 on Nov.
taught.He .
15,

was a teacher of WilliamB. 1970.WHAT'S
Shockley, a 1956 Nobel Prize
Winner in Physics.His .
appointment here is in the .NEW
University's Departments of Phy-
sics and Chemistry, headed by Dr. IN THE .APRILATLANTIC
Stanley S. Ballard and Dr. HarryH.
Sisler, respectively.Dr. ?
Slater has long been asso-
"Must the College Police s.xr":
cated with this nation's highest John T. Rule former Dean at M I I.T.,
\ learned societies for his scientific In a provocative article, says "To denya
student the right to have a girl in his
achievements and his scholarly room is to punish him for what he
work. might do with her".
"U.S.A. Revisited": John Dos Passos
NEW BLUE KEY He becomes the second mem- takes a new, kaleidoscopic view of
our country- its turnpikes motels,
ber of the highly select National huge publicity parties, and some of
.officers recently elected are left to right: Ron LaFace, president; Mike Colodny', Academy of Sciences to Join the the our men society.Phoebe.Lou who have. formed the sinewsof

treasurer, and Bruce Starling, secretary. faculty of a Florida institutionof Adams "A Rough Map
higher learning. Both are of Greece": The first of a new serieson
at the UF. traveling In Greee alone by car.

Dr. Slater born In Oak Park Gerard Real caviar Plell: "Abundance and the
,
U.S. ,
Liquor Consumption Future of Man": American surplusescan
111., completed his undergraduate be converted into dynamic benefits .
training at the University of Rochester for India, for other develop.
ing nations In the fret world,
and took his doctorate at and for the American .'
Harvard In 1923. He Joined the economy %.
Rises For Sixth YearWASHINGTON .YkP;,..,.
'
. Harvard faculty in 1924 and became >
1 The pursuit of excel .;.'.;;
head of the MIT Physics Is the everyday padlob 2&\ &:
Department in 1930. of The Atlantic's
(UPI) American who live In the Washington area California and Massachusetts were editors be It In fic jj't! : ,
consumption of hard liquor and many out-of-town visitors closely grouped with 1.81, 1.85 Except for a wartime periodof Lion or fact, poetry '' ; :
rose last year for the sixth con- buy alcoholic beverages In the and 1.88 gallons respectively. service with Bell Telephone or increasing prose numbers In ever: .S'
secutive year, It was disclosed Laboratories, he remained Headof
as
those In pursuit of 'I
District. But the sales figuresare Lowest per capita figures were
yesterday.The Physics at MIT until 1951. He academic excellence 8; '
divided In the report only by reported In Arkansas, .68 gallons, now devotes fulltlme to studentsand find In The Atlantic a
annual statistical reportof the official population of the Dis- and Alabama, .70 gallon.A challenging, enter. .S(:
research with the title Institute taming and enllght ON
the Distilled Spirits Institute trict Itself about 800,000. So breakdown by months showed Professor, the highest aca- enlng companion ,., BALE
showed that per capita consump- the result Is highly misleading. that December Is by far the big- demic rank at MIT. Get your copy today. NOW

tion of whiskey, gin, vodka, rum, Nevada ranked second In per gest liquor sales, with November I .
cordials and other distilled spiritswas
capita consumption with 4.02 gal- second and third. This
August
1.39 gallons in 1963.
lons, Alaska was third with 2.38 pattern has been consistent for 10 for sports gracing cars..choose'

The per capita figure is ob- gallons, Connecticut was fourth years. February is always the

tajned by dividing the total amount with 2.19, and Delaware fifth with month of lowest consumption, for
of distilled spirits purchased -- 2.03 gallons. No other state broke the bovious reason that It's the IRELLI
258,797,210 gallons in 1963 -- by the two gallon mark. New York, shortest. &

the total national population, Including 1 I now available atTIRE
men, women, children and A

Infants.Per capita consumption 1.37 ATTENTIONCOLLEGE Dunlop CITY
gallons in 1962, and 1.32 gallonsin
1961. It has been Inching up
steadily since 1958, when it was
1.24 gallons. MEN

During the 1940's and 1950's BRAKE & FRONT END 'SERVICE

per capital consumption of hard
liquor averaged about 1.25 gallonsa 18 to 20

year. In 1930, it was only 0.46 Alignment to Students 6.00 ,

gallons. Special Prices on Front End Repairs
Deer and wine consumption Is
not reflected In these figui If" As MAKE $100 A WEEK IF QUALIFIED!

always, the District of Col .nibla
was way out ahead of all states, TIRE CITY
with a reported per capita Intakeof .
6.62 gallons of distilled spirits.But Compete among fellow,students for:$1000- : ..: M _,

scholarships, trips to New York Worlds
footnote to the report
f pointed a out that the District of Fair and other prizes. For appointmentcall '405 N.W. 13th Street Phone 372-5030

Columbia Is really the Inner city Mr. John B. Davis, 354-3763, Jax.
of the Washington metropolitanarea.
It has usuall cheap liquor
prices, because of an absence of Budget Terms Available.. .
"fair trade" laws which permit .
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!,.' :,. with Alligator Sponsors PlayoffsBy

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I.' GLENN LANEY -

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v Sports Editor GLENN LANEY league championship from SouthIV Head of the Intramurals depart-

Sports Editor of Tolbert.At ment, Spurgeon Cherry, Is defi-
opposed to the plan.
nitely
The Florida Alligator will spon- press time the Sigma Nus
Well, other than coming Into my office an-1 I finding my desk turned sor an all-campus softball round have not yet decided whether they
upside down and having the fact It was my birthday printed In the paper robin tournament.The will be able to play in the tourna- "The boys voted at the beginningof
without knowing about It. . .yesterday the year not to have this typeof
my was a pretty uneventful ment. They have expressed a desire -
of the Blue "
champions
playoff, Cherry said. "I cannot
day. to play but the final decision
League, Delta Upsilon, will play go against the wishes of a majorityof
section of Hume at 4:45 will be made by the team today.A .
Playoffs Set Bigham the boys in sanctioning sucha

p.m. Friday afternoon. handsome, two feet high trophy tournament.

There Is a long history behind the story appearing on this page con- Bigham recently won the dorm will be awarded the winning team.
When it was brought up that
cerning the Softball tournament. Actually there has been many attemptsto
feelings might have changed, or
set up just such a round robin tournament, but the Orange Leaguehas
that a trophy might make the Idea
always turned thumbs down on the whole idea.
Miss State Falls 61By of a playoff more attractive Cherry
This Is as It should be.
offered to call another meeting of
The bigger fraternities had nothing to gain by playing the smaller the people Involved.
fraternities, or the dorms.
Now, with the trophy for Incentive -- something to show for their STEVE VAUGHN
work -- the playoffs have come into being.It Assistant Sports Editor

wasn't a spur of the moment thing. Cal Rochellle, secretary of
athletics, and I have been talking about the playoffs for some time. The Florida Gators came up witha

The teams are very evenly matched and anyone could walk off vastly improved overall per-
with the trophy.We formance at Perry Field Wednes-

are going to make it an annual affair. Whether the fraternitiesand day, and turned the tables on
the dorms will apply this kind of playoff to other sports on campusis Mississippi State by a convincing L '

up to them and the intramurals department.We 6-1 margin.
are satisfied at this end that we have opened up a small whole In The win earned the Gators a
this area. We hope It will continue to grow untill all the sports have split in their two-game series with

one. .declared champion of the campus. the Bulldogs, who had captured a
Not only will It be a boost to the team that wins, but it also will bea 10-2 decision Monday.
shot in the arm to an Intramurals program that Is already consideredone State outhit Florida, 10-6. But
of the best In the south. coach Dave Fuller's team came up
with some sharp defensive maneu-
No CooperationOf vers to hold the Bulldogs to a
single run. The Gators were
course If these matters were left up to the Intramural departmentthey charged with one error over the

would never get done. afternoon, a definite reversal from
We tried to enlist their help for this tournament, but they would have their sloppy, seven-error perfor- I

nothing to do with it. I am sure the reasons they gave to me for not mance on Monday.A .-- JJlMi'1/IlJ_ ,;';:., __ h "'-...+"JIii
sponsoring such a contest were quite valid to them. However, their excuses sudden five-run rash In the
RON CREESE
sounded like they Just didn't want to bother with anything that fourth Inning boosted Florida to

would take any energy this late in the year. the victory. The Gators sent eight .Gator second sacker hustles down to first base the
They have a good organization over there on the first floor of the to the plate and connected for
ball however ,outsped the speedy Gator and Mr. Creesewas
gym, but if they keep turning down new ideas they will become stagnant.A half of their total hits In the
stagnant intramural department cannot be a good one. inning, which destroyed a Bull- out. The Gators came up with a 6-1 victory to split -

dog 1-0 lead and Insured win No. the two game series with the Bulldogs from Mississippi -

Kappa Alpha Theta Downs 9 of the season. State. The Gators next travel to Alabama to do bat-
Jim Duncan led things off and
was hit by a pitch. Allen Tram- tle with the Plainsmen of Auburn..

Zeta Tau Alpha 75This mell whacked a single to center,
The Gators added a final run
Duncan stopped at second. Each
in the sixth when U.S.
Montgomery Cagers
advanced a base when Bill Blom-
time it is no Joke. League crown for softball. singled, stole second, and scoredon -
gren lofted a high sacrifice fly
Becky Reed was the hero of single by Morecroft.
The Kappa Alpha Thetas beat deep into the right field corner. a
the as she pounded out a
Zeta Tau Alpha 7-5 In an Orange game Tom Shannon bounced to pitcherKen Anderson, who hurled five shut-
grandslam homer to drive In the
League softball game. Tatum, who fired back to the out Innings for the Gators in relief Are FavoredI
winning runs. Kathy Wobie was
plate In an attempt to get Duncan, of Jim
pitcher-author Diggart,was
This gave the Thetas the Orange the winning pitcher.
barreling In from third. The throw credited with the win.
was in time, but Duncan inducedthe
State catcher to drop the ball, Still leading the Eastern Divisionof I OlympicsBy
and tied the score 1-1. the Southeastern ConferenceSEC
r Shannon held at first on the ( ) with a 4-0 record, the Ga-

fielder's choice, and Trammell tors go to Auburn tomorrow for JOHN GRIFFINUPI
an Important two with the
scurried to third. games Sports Writer
Earl Montgomery followed with Plainsmen, who are second In the
p. an attempt to squeeze Trammell division with one loss. NEW YORK (UPI) The official -
home from third, but Trammellwas State 010 000 000 1 10 2 trials for the 1964 U.B.Olympic -
thrown out at home as the Fla. 000 501 000 6 61 basketball team begin Thurs-

catcher managed to hold onto the Tatum, McCool (7) and Smith. day when 96 athletes begin com-
v ball. Biggart, Anderson (5) and Porter. peting at St. Johns University for
12 berths on what Is expected to
t tp
be a gold medal UJ5. basketball

:?iate squad.

_. After 12 games four each on
Thursday, Friday and Saturday -
a special Olympic selection com-
A 1 mittee will sit down and pick 12

players, plus six alternates, to
} KyJ. compete in basketball at TokyoIn

October.
t
The United States has been all-
If I conquering in basketball since this

f American Invented sport first

entered the Olympic program In '.
A SPECIAL EVERY DAY
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Page 12 The Florida Alligator ThursdayApril 2,1964 d' UF- Track Team Wins

The Florida track teams swept back won the 100 yard dash In
3 k ,' 4j three meets yesterday afternoon 9.9 and the 220 yard dash in
s against Duke and Furman. 22.3 for the freshmen. A couple
:, The varsity beat Duke 81-64 of other footballers, John Thompson -
and Furman 106-37 while the and Wayne Waldrip were first
freshmen overcame Furman's and second respectively against
frosh 9.8.Marcus. Furman In the shot put.
.. Baezler of "Ice Break" Peter Skafte hurled the javelin
fame and Charles Goodyear,who's 207 feet 6 inches to bring Flor-

.,. ..," shorts remained on this time,were ida another first place.
(t+ the only double winner Inbothvar- Fresh, Scot Hager, pole vaulted
sity meets. 13 feet 11 3/4 Inches. This Is
Baezler took the broad jump a new UF high- for this event
svI:1 and the triple jump with leaps of during the young track season.
23-feet 2 Inches and 43feet4and The varsity took both first and
'f one-half Inches respectively. second against Furman in the pole
,. Goodyear won the mile in 4:19.3 vault.
f4 ,",' and the two mile in record time Coach Percy Beard said after
'+lf of 9:31.8, bettering his time in "This looks uke its
the meet,
'-""" ,. ,i,;, ,
., 4IIIIIIIiiIt'If". ,, "... ; \ the Florida Relays by 2 seconds. going to be a good season. Our
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.. .. ,,'. '\'':fJi" '" __' "" .,., ..,' '. 'i(; ,..;.",. Freshman David Wilson, won captain Pete Rowe was out with an
Ik .}: ;. A 'FWJa' the two mile in 9:34.7 smashingthe Injured back and Jerry Wilson was
:;x >D old mark by over 24 seconds
.; ._ not able to compete in the jumps.
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....... .f."P' r ,.. ,..'.."'/Ji. ,.w...w";". ......:!".\,.....,'i..,"......<>. ;;;.'.\;.,.' ""m.;., ..."',''''''' set by Don Winkler Gagnon in 1953. Several others were sick, but I
Harry freshman bas- think they will be ready for Georgia
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... SCOTT HAGER CLEARS THE BAR
ketball player, won four events. Tech and Florida State on
.clears the bar at 13 feet II and three quarter inches as he sets a new high in this Winkler, a decathlon man, took Saturday."
I event for the UF this season. The freshmen won their meet against Furman and the shot put, discus throw, javelinand Field events will start at 1:30

the varsity won two meets from Duke and Furman. (Photos by Johnston Photography) Jimmy high jump.Jordan, fleet Gator half p.m.p.m. and running events at 2:00,




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