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The Florida AlligatorVol.56



No. 133 University of Florida,. dinesville TuesdayApril 7, 1964


I Ways To Study : Florida-Style Many SeniorsJobHunting

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L Almost half of the UF's current graduating class are still "job
hunting," according to a survey done on 1,200 degree candidates by
l the University Placement Service.
{ Questionnaires were distributed April 2 at Informational graduation
+
1 meeting in the University Auditorium.Of .
the approximately 1,200 candidates for degrees In the April 19
ceremony, 504 returned the forms to the University Placement Serviceto
1 be used in compiling Its 1963-64 poll, the first survey made since
the UF began the trimester system.
Placement Service Director Maurice E. Mayberry said that the tri-
mester system may be partially effecting a "leveling" trend In demandfor
college graduates and the supply of jobs available.
Although there are still more job openings than there are graduating
seniors, Mayberry said employers are more "selective and quality-
conscious" than they have been in the past.
"Lack of competitive spirit" possibly caused by the fast pace of
the trimester, may be responsible for the large number of unplaced
graduates.Not .
a large enough sample with which to draw any firm conclusions
Mayberry said the current survey does serve as an important indicationof
a trend in college graduate employment.See .

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FCOEDS--TRY 'EM BOTH

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Florida weather to study and another group of coeds ,
left to right Linda Annie Curtis Marilyn Blair t \ if "..'1:;
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Cindy Grisham, Karen Roberts, and Joy Cherry use a t. !\ I I I I 1 Ii < :L. "fJ,
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magnate highlight UF events this week. '"
U.S. Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas delivers a public .
lecture tonight at 8 p.m. In the University Auditorium.A I ?' ............ .
longtime advn"> of conservation, he will talk on the citizen's '
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responsiDimy for stewarasmp or
the wilderness. The lecture is
SPU Stands sponsored by Hi)university's Pub- e;# y j

lic Functions and Lectures I'f
Committee, the Alachua County .- ,' .
13 Hour VigilSunday Audubon Society and the Gaines- : / ,:l'Il'I '''
ville Garden Club. ,i
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morning chapel service Florida's "Mr. Publix,"GeorgeW. ," .:,\.f, 't.
provided a meeting ground for top Jenkins of Lakeland, deliversthe
military leaders visiting Gaines- annual initiation banquet address SUPREME
ville for the Reserve Officers of the professional business
Association meeting and three fraternity, Beta Gamma Sigma, CU-SWon't;; I
members of the UF Student Peace tonight at 6:30 p.m. Get JuryWASHINGTON
Union who kept a 13 and one-half
hour "vigil" at the University Inn. Jenkins took a $500 nest egg and -
After standing all night on a built it into a $2 million 10-- (UPI) --A sharply however that some justices feel the Neither Barnett nor Johnson had
grassy strip next to the curb, the store supermarket chain in the divided Supreme Court yester- punishment must not be too severeif immediate comment on yester-
SPU demonstrators, who had hopedto state. Jenkins will be awarded hon- day denied former Mississippi Barnett and Johnson are found day's ruling. Barnett was gover-
talk to Under Secretary of the orary membership in the frater- Gov. Ross Barnett and present Gov. guilty without benefit of a jury nor and Johnson his lieutenant
Army Paul R. Ignatius and Lt. nity during Initiation of 15 new Paul B. Johnson Jr., the right toa trial. governor In tho fall of 1962 when
General Albert Watson about members. The initiation and ban- jury trial in the government's Negro James Meredith was enrolled -
means of conducting American foreign quet take place in the Student Ser- criminal, contempt: case against Barnett and Johnson will be tried at "Ole Miss" amid riotingand
policy in the Cold War, were vice Center. them. by the judges of the 5th U. S. bloodshed. Johnson was Inaugurated
Invited in to attend the nondenominational _____. ___ Three-.---- college! nf The 5 to 4 vote means that Circuit Court of Appeals on as governor last Jan.
religious service. Engineering con- University of Mississippi in 1962. charges stemming from their vain 21.
Jim Dacey, Doris McNeill, and ferences this The majority opinion cautioned efforts to block integration at the. Justice Tom C. Clark, speaking
Lee Castro went inside to the week will attractengineering for the five-man majority, cited a
service conducted by Col. WilliamN. specialists century-old landmark opinion from
Boaz, Air Force Reserve Officer to the campus Coed Quota FilledFreshman Mississippi Itself as precedent for
Training Corps instructorand : the right of judges to punish crimi-
in Dacey's words, "Openedup nal contempt without action by a
communications with the mili --A solar Energy Jury.A.
tary." Symposium girls can forget their plans to come to the UF for the paragraph from that opinion
"We prayed together, which is April 6-7 bringsscientists fall trimester if they haven't applied by now. said: "The power to fine and
a beginning," Dacev said from "We are no longer accepting applications from freshman women," Imprison for contempt, from the
allover the UniDouglas R. S. Johnson, registrar said yesterday. earliest history of jurisprudence,
Final Alligaator ted States to share "This does not mean we are limiting women on other levels," said has been regarded as a necessary
the latest Information Johnson. "It applies only to freshman women." Incident and attribute of a court,
The Alligator ends publica- on solar energy. All ses- An accurate accounting of how many freshman women who will be without which It could no more
tion for the current trimester sions will be in McCarty Audi- admitted will not be available until July, according to Jphoson. exist than without a judge."
with today's Issue.Publication torium. The cut-off on freshman woman applicants Is a result of the high A footnote In Clark's opinion
will resume April --A Warm Air and Air Condi- number of applications to the UF, which prompted the administration'srecent noted that Supreme Court decisions
28 and will continue every Tues- tioning Short Course opened Mon- announcement that no applications were being accepted from might be taken to show that the
day and Friday throughout the day in the Florida Union. The out-of-state freshman men or women. severity of the penalty imposed
summer term under editor John four-day conference will draw residential "Applications from prospective freshman men are still being ac- might entitle a defendant to a
Askins and resume daily pub- air conditioning installers cepted said Johnson. Jury trial. >
lication In September under and.dealers from all over Projected enrollment for the fall trimester Is 15,500 according toT This matter was not raised in
current editor Walker Lundy. the southeast. A. Graham, assistant registrar. the Darnett-Johnson case.



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I Departments Eye Changes Three- UF Profs

Why did they decide to leave? and participate In an exciting and
Three pairs of administrative eyes took "A New the University College.The "I'm a retarded fiddlefoot," said different approach to education.And .
Look at the UF" last week and they all saw changes Dr. John N. Webb, professor of I like the beach.
--some evolutionary, some revolutionary. plan includes considering giving a smaller economics and head of the divisionof "There I can have my cake and
Speaking at the Physics auditorium before an number of hours to freshmen, leaving more time population statistics In the col- eat it too."
American Association of University Professors for pre-professional work, more flexibility of choler lege of business administration, Wimberly was more definite in
(AAUP) audience of 75, University College (UC) other than "C" courses more experimental coursesHe gave this as his reason for goingto his reasons for going to Florida
Dean Byron S. Hollinshead, Engineering Dean ThomasL. said parents who never attended college tend the new University, Florida At- Atlantic University. He said there
Martin Jr. and Agriculture Provost A.T. York to look askance at liberal arts education and emphasized lantic. he would have an opportunity to
held forth for their respective departments.Dean that this is a problem still to be over- Dr. Kenneth R. Williamspresident develope a college of his own.
Hollinshead Introduced a four point plan for come at UF. of the new university, announced He said that Florida Atlanticwas
He_ emphasized that the UC'sI
n last week that Dr. StanE. more experimental than any-
general education courses soughtto
Wright Forced raise questions in the student'smind Wimberly, Dr. John M. De- thing else.
Says concerning the relative grove and Dr. John N. Webb had "The state of Florida is well
I natures of man and universe.He been appointed to serve on the aware that there Is no way insightto
said the University wanted staff. get enough professors to teachin
ROTC Is Too CostlyThe students to come to"escape" their Wimberly now assistant dean of 1970. Florida Atlantic Is an
prejudices or at least to "re- the college of arts and sciencesat experiment to try to work out
Army "top brass" is in Total enrollment in the US's arrange" them. UF, will be dean of the collegeof ways to extend the faculty's ca-
favor of voluntary military trainingon ROTC program, compulsory for Martin, engineering dean, said social sciences. Degrove cur- pacity."
college campuses.Lt. all non-transfer freshmen and the science education of today's rently associate professor of political Wimberly said at Florida Atlantic -
General William 11.5.Wright, sophmores without previous mili- student engineers was sadly trail- science, will be professorand he would have greater re-
Chief of the Office of Reserve tary service, Is approximately Ing technology. He pointed out the chairman of the departmentof sponsibility.
components, Including national 2,800. This includes both Army Inadequacies of "classical" phy- economics, and Webb will be Wimberly has been a professorat
head of the Reserve Officer Train- and Air Force cadets.In sics as a case in point. professor and chairman of the department UF for 22 years, Webb for 22
ing Corps, said last weekend that voluntary programs, Wright Martin agreed with Hollinshead of economics. years and Degrove for seven years.
he believes voluntary ROTC pre- said, those who enroll are generally that the student engineer needed "That's a good question," said The Division of Social Scienceat
ferable to a mandatory program. more interested in the militaryand "humanities" and other liberal Degrove when asked why he was Florida Atlantic will Include the
During his brief visit to the are a better Investment for the arts courses, but "for different leaving."I departments of Anthropology, Economics -
UF for the annual Florida Reserve Army.He reasons," he said. like It here, but this is a Geography, Government,
Officers Association (ROA) meet- noted one major drawbackIn "I'm pragmatic when it comesto new chance to head a department Psychology, Sociology and Behavioral -
ing, Wright said there were 247 voluntary ROTC programs. Often engineering," he said, "and If Research.
ROTC programs on college cam- someone who is required to a course doesn't help a student in
puses in the United States, and of enrol! in the ROTC courses will his engineering work, then he
these, less than 50 are compulsory. discover an Interest In military shouldn't have to take It."
Compulsory ROTC programsare science that he might otherwise But he stressed that liberal arts
more expensive, Wright said. never find, he said. and general education were Important -
lie explained that the required two Wright arrived 'in Gainesville' to an engineer. ,&
years of military training were by military aircraft Friday along York outlined organization L I Ia
more costly than the advanced pro- with three other Army generalsand changes In the Agriculture depart- -
gram because enrollment is smal- Under Secretary of the Army ment. He said they had 18-20
ler in the advanced program.The Paul R. Ignatius for the ROA different departments and that
Army ROTC program on meeting.The some of them overlapped.
campus at the UF has an enroll- 30 year veteran is also "We're consolidating our
ment of 850 cadets, 160 of these In charge of National Guard and courses," he said, "so we will have
are in the advanced program. Army Reserve units. one unified curricula."


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Campus News Briefs I



1 AKPsi Installs ton was elected the fraternityrow

. representative to the
Ronald 0. Boat right (4AR) IFC executive council.
Thursday night was Installedas
1
president of Alpha Kappa Special ServicesSaturday
Psi, professional business
1 fraternity.
the will be
1 re special -
Completing the slate are
services for all studentsand
Lee McGhan, first vice-pre-
faculty of the Eastern
sident; Edwin Hollo way,
Orthodox faith. Father Paul
+ second vice-president Andy
; Apostolakes of the Jackson-
Hadjlan, recording secre-
ville community will conductthe
tary; Fred Kelsey, corres-
service at 9:30 a.m. in
ponding Alan S.
secretary
; the Episcopal Chapel, 1522
I ,
Ehrllch, treasurer; and Dob
West University Avenue. All
t ,, f fr ft Moore, master of rituals.
1 Eastern Orthodox may attend

1 Benton AwardsTwelve the services.


students 0 f the AS Dames MeetThe

College of Engineering were
awarded Denton Engineering Arts &Science Dames
Society service keys Thurs- will meet tomorrow at 8p.m.at .
day night. the home of Dr. and Mrs.

The key, an annual awardto David Stryker, 2623 SW 4th
) engineering students for Place.
outstanding service was pre- The speaker will be Dr.
sented by outgoing president Wm. C. Evans Jr. from the

a George Jenkins. Recipientsof University Medical Center.

the award were Barry
. Benedict, Ed McGulnn,Allen BA Dames Meet

Valenti, Roy Walters, Chuck
Business Administration
Fosha, Bob DeLoach, Dale
Dames meeting will be held
Zimmerman, Dave lIourde-
tomorrow at the home of
quln, Don Rowley, Frank
Mrs. William Fox 1726 SW
Jones and Diane Waller.
8th Drive at 8 p.m.
New officers installed are:
Guest speaker will be Mrs.
Bill Hartman, President;
Ahrano from the Home Dem-
Warren Stevenson, Vice-
onstration Department. Thisis
President; Dave Webster,
the last meeting of this
Treasurer; and Diane Wal-
trimester Motorcade
year.
ler, Secretary.The proposed
will meet at the parking lot
constitutional revisions will
by Century Tower at 7:45:
? t be forwarded to the Florida

Engineering Society for final

1 ,+ approval. p.m.Staffer NamedDr.


d"r""r"rM Beta Theta Pi John A. Wellington
Jr., UF Nuclear Engineering
The Betas will host UjS. Department, has been nameda
Supreme Court Justice William Fellow of the American
O. Justice when he Association for the Advance-

c visits Gainesville today to ment of Science
.S deliver a talk on Wildlife Dr. Wttthington Is one of
Conservation. Justice Douglas four authors who contributedto

a Beta alumnus from a volume on fluorine
I y N ,
S t fpq VA Washington and Lee,will pay chemistry which has just
an Informal visit to the Gamma been published by Academic
XI chapter during his Press in New York.
short stay here. Six years at Oak Ridge
Grover Robinson Is the National Laboratory as Sen-
new chairman of publicityfor ior Chemist preceded his
the IFC from the Beta coming to' the UF In 1993,

House. Lansing Price was ,to join the faculty of ,the

:'''Z__ appointed assistant rush College of Engineering. He
chairman for the Greeks. received his PhJD. from
,I k Beta president Jerry Livins- Northwestern University.

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you wear. Be indifferent about the details of your appearance .

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I I C.AXWF: US LIFE 1 ._ J





Nightcap Can



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t + Halt DreamsAre



you dreaming more now and first stage is a very light slee
enjoying it less? Try a nightcap and each level following are deep!
before retiring and cut down on ere There are four levels in all
dreams.A Before the tests were run thl
recent experiment on alcohol students were allowed to sleel
LL> ( and caffeine and their effects on normally In order to obtain thj
r cJAJI dreaming disclosed that large average dreaming time of eacl
doses of alcohol reduces the individual student so that whe
amount of dreaming In normal sub the alcohol and caffeine tests wer]
I jects. It was also found that run, a mean would be available!
"' t i' I' fl ,
moderate doses of caffeine haveno Four students were given slj
I significant effect on dreaming.The ounces of 100 proof liquor mlxe]

I'li''I' I II I I I I I''l I''' II II :III II II II IIII II I,{.I,If{! 'I I .I I 'II'N i IILIi .II+ IL i I..fill' 1 I!I I ,f !;,,,, ,,. experiment, conducted by with orange juice and the othe]
I I i I i I! Samuel Gresham, Involved three were given the
II 'I it I I is : I I I 1 Dr. C. equivalent,

I Illul I I II I I II,l I ,1 I 111 I! I I ,II i 1 1 III G. I I II I { 11, IIII;, I III{,I, I I II I II I, I Iil I VIII{i VIII,, I III III I 111 IV,, LI. I IIII.IIIII I,, ..I ll ;, ,,; ;i I h,,, d a seven medical students at the UF. of three cups of coffee. Then tJ
I ; test
students
; Ildl: IVt Gresham worked In conjunctionwith switched
IIIIIIIIi II C ulf I IIIuI illll IIIIIIII 1II I 1 I i l flll I i Iilllhllllhill, ,:,, i : I ; II Dr. and the one
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Robert L. Williams.The previous night were given the sam<|
UF Sailors Enjoy Sonnet Snort experiments were conductedIn amount or dosage each of
r research labs in the Medical and the three who had coffee be]
for the Science Building. The students fore were each given the sam
ers UF Sailing Club. The ing experts tojointhe club. They'll
By SUE HAUGSTED would to the lab about amount of
an liquor.
club started three go up
years ago by learn how to sail after joining.
Staff Writer sailing enthusiast Roger Straub, It doesn't make any difference if hour before their regular bedtime. The experiment showed that sedatives -
It's a warm spring day and 4EG, is open to any UF student they've never been sailing before," They would then be given the dosagein such as liquor will increase -
puffy, white clouds dot a bright and faculty member with a liking said Straub, who is the club's which they were given 30 minutesto the depth of sleep and)
blue sky. A balmy breeze catchesin "commodore." consume. in turn, result in diminished light}
for the balmy blue and a pair of
the sails of the catboat and potential sea legs. The Sailing Club is sponsoredby Then an electroencephalograph sleep thereby allowing less stagej
the sailor takes the rudder as the UF Intermural (EEG) was connected to the students one and less dreaming.On .
It's Department,
his boat skims along the surface a warm spring day and which purchased the three boats head by means of numerous the other hand, stimulant
puffy white clouds dot
of the rippling water. a bright electrodes. would tend to decrease the dept
blue sky. A balmy breeze catchesin owned by the club. The boats
This idyllic scene could be taken the sails of the catboat and the are 11 foot 6 inch "Penguins" Four of these electrodes were of sleep and provide at least pad
place in the Atlantic Gulf or on sailor takes the rudder as his a class of one-sail boats known attached around the eyes and mea- of the setting in which stage omf
Biscayne Day or at UF's own Lake a'i catboats. sured the rapid eye movements of dreaming usually occur.
boat skims along the surface of
Wauberg. the student when he was dreaming. The experiment was in connect]
the rippling water.
New memo in the When a person dreams, the ion with an Air Force It
Lake Wauberg is the headquart- "Students don't have to be sail- ; rs Sailing eye grant. :
Club are taken out to Lake Wau- muscles move according to the purpose was to examine the conditions -
-
-- berg and Introduced to the boats dreams degree of activity. Thus that control the levels of slee
and principles of sailing. They the electrodes recorded on the that a person goes through in his
.. are then taken out in the boats EEG paper the degree of dream natural sleep. In this case, the
and given sailing lessons by the activity. purpose was to see what alcoho!
experienced sailors in the club. Dreams can occur in only the and caffeine would do- to natura]
After passing a basic test and first level or stage of sleep. The sleep and dreaming.

: paying nominal club dues, the M'7.2'w.,:, ,:.' ;'*!:t +, ... members are entitled to use the ,"'" m'f.lW{:, %'F I YJ wr.IJ.t_ "' 1<"" ___,__J'ft",, '"''
'4 boats at any time they want to go

sailing. Greeks End Parties
Training up until now has beenon ,

s i training mester an informal the classes club basis.plan with to Instructors Next organize tri- Eye Final Exams ,


for all beginners.The .
> "- ,_. -'-:.:> ... r first of four training ses- By JUDY LYNN PRINCE
j- ,
I '' J, sions will be held on May 2. At Campus Living Editor
session new members will be '; ,: After an hilarious, uproarious weekend spent by many I If

f *> $li.iJA ,'I' taught the parts of the boat, how 'f p, sorority girls at Easter Services (excuse me-Daytona Beach),
., "I ,, tit" > .". to trim the sails, and the theory :' | life has returned to almost normal. Nursing sunburns and
behind sailing. The following ses- ,n writing last minute term papers keep the mid-night burning.
J1flr sions will offer the student acutal ,> With finals glaring us in the face, sorority activities tend to
> 'r e .J : practice in sailing. \% come to a short halt, men are barricaded from the door, and
--"iI..f> The club has weekly non-sailing the Idea "that there is always next tri-mester" is a familiar

AS FINALS TIME APPROACHES meetings in the Florida Union, but cry. 1 I
members need not feel obligatedto For her outstanding speaking ability, Sigma Kappa's presi-

Hohn Hughes, 1 1UC (left), Rance Newton, and Alan participate in this area of theclub's dent, Paulette Vermeire, won first place over.all1nth Annual
activities, according to Campus Problems Speaking Contest. She received second i
,Henderson 2UC find an open-air study lounge to their Straub. place in the sorority division. \

liking, above. Below, Baia Castle, IUC, takes studyingeasy "Members are not required to Sponsored by her sorority, AEPhi, Louise Rothernberg i
indoors. (Photo by Carolyn Johnston) come to meetings. They can just captured the position of first runner-up in the Miss Univer- r
come out to the lake and sailing sity of Florida Contest. An excellent actress, Louise did an a
whenever they've got the time," outstanding job as Blanche in "Street Car Named Desire"
Ii he said. .: in a short scene for the talent phase of the Miss UF Contest. I J t
I L LL4 Membership in the club also en- AEPhi was hostess to a regional conclave here last weekend.
titles students to transportation to : A day and a half of meetings were climaxed by a banquet at I
1i sailing regattas throughout the :' their house Saturday night. Sorority girls from Emory, I'
i .a state. The UF Sailing Club is a :, University of Miami, Sophie Newcomb, and Duke attended the i!
,i: member of the Southeastern Intercollegiate m conclave. President Dina Landis danced a duet in "The Great i
Sailing Association '-I God Brown" put on by the Florida Players last week. );
(SEISA). The club has partici- i' AOPi Pat Holly will be wearing the red, white, and blue
: pated in regattas with other mem- h :' uniform when she marches along as sponsor for Army ROTC. I
bers of SEISA as well as ;I i Socializing set this
"' >>< colleges the pace for the Kappa Alpha Theta's I
from throughout the country.The t. past week with Cynthia Hall being chosen Alpha Gamma Rho 1
UF Sailing Club has "real : 4: Sweetheart and the KAT's having an exchange dinner with the I
"i- good facilities," according to : Tri-Delts. Enjoying socialable atmosphere with the Theta's !
Straub. The club has its own dock t Is their traveling secretary Jo Ann Kriegbaum who is staying )
and cabin on the south side of with them for 10 days. !
Lake Wauberg.The it The Alpha Chi Omega House Corporation has given the go i
club, which now has 30 paid ahead on keeping the house open for the entire summer trimester 1
and nearly 70 "unofficial" :"' Othello the Magnificent Basset has reached manhood
members, is trying to expand Its for he is soon to be the proud father of four basset puppies i
membership so that it may pur- I' (more or less) by Desdemona, his wife. Tragedy almost ;
+ chase additional boats. struck the happy home of Othello and Desdemona when a :
tt .a a "Most people consider sailing Russian wolf hound, lago, tried to trick Othello into believing
a luxury sport, but college Is the I malicious rumors ot Infidelity about Desdemona. .
ideal place for it." said Straub. .. K w ".
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Had Lived Job HuntingContinued



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Alone Since Korea
"In the last two years I've seen considerable lack of activity on the
-- -- part of the job seeker," said Mayberry.

BY United Press InternationalMrs. shared the late Gen. MacArthur'squiet after his famous grandfather, alsoan Students appear to be waiting for the jobs to come to them, Insteadof
almost hermit-like American military hero. An showing an ability to "get In there and slug," he explained.
Douglas MacArthur and existence in New York since his uncle was Arthur MacArthur II. Mayberry said that students don't feel they have the time to makea
her son, Arthur MacArthur, have return from Korea in 1951. Arthur was four years old when large scale job campaign under the trimester and therefore don't take

IZ. ...::1''J....... ':' ">!>: '- ".S).: Only a few close friends were his father took him and his motherto the time to write letters to prospective employers or "go beyond the
privileged to visit the MacArthursIn Corregidor Island in Manila Bay obvious."

I Alaska s' Gets t' their momento-filled apartmentin as the Japanese were closing in. Another explanation for the lack of activity might be the fact that
f the luxurious WaldorfTowers.So On the darkest day of the Pacific
r: "things have been so good in the last 10 years that there is little feelingof
sheltered has been their lives, war in 1942, the MacArthurs escaped "
he said.
50 Million that few New Yorkers would have from Corregidor and went Last competition he cited, a general lack of maturity on the part of students to
I LI 3 recognized either Mrs.MacArthuror into exile in Australia,from where begin a "serious and deligent effort" to find employment and direction
Arthur, now 26, on the street. the general made good his vow,
.:, WASHINGTON (UPI) Con- I Gen. MacArthur married Jean "I shall return." before graduation.The .
',:gress acting with rare speed : t Faircloth, member of a welltodo number of seniors with jobs waiting for them after graduationhas
;:land harmony yesterday gave t' Murfreesboro, Tenn., family Young MacArthur did not see the dropped 23 per cent since 1962 under the semester system and

.::[President Johnson $50 million: whom he had met on a boat to United States until he was 13 years Indicate a negative Influence of the trimester, Mayberry said.
:: ,to help repair the ravages ofI' Manila, in 1937. Eight years pre- old. The welcome he shared with However, this drop could also indicate a lag in the job market and
Alaska's Good Friday earth- viously he had been divorced from his illustrious father and motherwas its ability to absorb people In April.

I' quake. Mrs. Louise Cromwell Brooks, the tumuluous one given themIn
:: The Senate, taking time out daughter of society leader Mrs. San Francisco on April 8, 1951.

,. from its civil rights debate, Edward T. Stotesbury.The These were followed by the
completed congressional action first marriage had been an triumphs in Washington and New J
r on the emergency meat unhappy one. The second was an York, where the MacArthurs
sure only two hours after itt ideal and tender relationship.The decided to make their home.Services .
was Introduced in the House. child
was
: general's only
Both houses passed the joint born Feb. 20, 1938, In the Phil- SetA
.
resolution with-
'' unanimously
ippines where MacArthur was
gout a murmur of protest. The serving as field marshal in the
.;':money goes into the Pre-: newly formed Filipino commonwealth memorial service for Dr. TAR L F T S
sident's badly depleted. forces. The couple named John D. Reeves Jr., professor of
[disaster relief fund. radiology In the UF College of I}
MacArthur IIIScabbardBlade
it) their son Arthur i
Is scheduled for 3
Medicine
p.m.
t:: 1i LY: today In the Medical Sciences w

Building Auditorium.


Principal speaker for the ser- THE SAFE WAY to alert
I vice will be Dr.Laurence Robbins, stay

CadetsThe professor of radiology at Harvard
Initiates Medical School. Dr. Reeves who without harmful stimulantsNoDoz

died in a Boston hospital March 6,

National Society of Scabbard Commanding General of the 4th served under Dr. Robbins as a keeps you mentally Next time monotony makes

and lade initiated eleven out- Corps., 3rd U.S. Army, of which resident, associate in radiology, alert with the same safe refresher you feel drowsy while driving,
standing Army ROTC cadets in the local ROTC brigade is a part. and instructor, between 1951 and found in coffee and working or studying, do an

ceremonies Saturday morning.The Scabbard and Blade Is a national 1958. tea. Yet NoDoz is faster, millions do perk up with I

initiation was followed by a honorary fraternity for outstand- He was widely known for his handier, more reliable. Absolutely safe, effective NoDoz tablets.
breakfast at the University Inn at ing advanced ROTC cadets leadership ir radiological safety not habit-forming. Anothir tint product ot Grow Ubotilorits

which the honored guests were requiring a 3.0 military average and disaster planning through the L
Major General George A. Carver and superior leadership ability. American College of Radiology and
and Major General Louis O. Gra- New pledges are selected each the Florida Nuclear Commission.Appointed .
vely (ret.). General Gravely Is fall and spring and undergo week
a former member of II. Company, of rigorous training in leadership WHO (cgn
2nd Regiment of Scabbard and techniques and the history of the
Blade at the University of society.At .
Douglas R. Eitel,an administrator -
Florida. General Carver is the the end of the week they go in Miami Hospitals for the past SAID Study is for
on a forced march and night patrolto
six years, Is the new evening administrator -
the airport and beyond as the
Germans Riot of the UF Hospital
main part of their informal Ini-
DirectorL. Majors
and Clinics, by Hospital Language
tiation. During th veek they wear I
R. Jordan has announced.
uniforms to class and carry large
Over GuardUPI Eitel, who Is a former administrator -
swords painted red and blue, the of Cloverleaf Hospital and Only. I
colors of the society.
and former
Community Hospital,
( ) -- Enraged German spectators Initiated this Saturday were assistant administrator of Variety

surged toward the prisoners Garry Ash, Gene Cain, Sam Dunn, Children's Hospital,is 1957 graduate Of course,it's for them,too.
dock yesterday, threateningto Jerry Essick, Dick Grant, Larry of Northwestern University's But it's also for undergrads In history, political science,
lynch a former Gestapo guard Hardy, Ray King, Jonh Purcell, master's degree program in hos- international relations, economics, psychology, philosophyand
accused of driving Jewish childrento Alex Stearns, Jim Welch,and Ran- some other fields.
their deaths in the Auschwitz dy Williams. pital administration. We know. Over half the students in our university centersin
Europe aren't language majors. They're pursuing studiesin
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"Kill him stamp out the mension-without interrupting their college careers.
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Trimester That WasThe


Alligator stops with today's publication until next trimester.We .

the staff, like our readers, must begin to prepare for tie impending .
battery of final examinations.We .

have attempted this trimester to give you the best college daily
humanly possible. If we fell short, it was not because of lack of effort.
The staff, numbering over 50, has done a miraculous job. The editorsare
endebted to them beyond words.

The Alligator will some day rank among the best college dailies in
'
the nation. We feel we have established a beachhead towards this goal

this trimester. After reading the best of the exchange newspapers. we
feel The Alligator already ranks among the South's best.

We look back upon an exciting and typically busy trimester and

remind ce.

The Things We Remember: The first paper and the three days It
took us to put It out. .The new parking regulations and having to park
ten miles from campus. .Hootenanny and television in the gym. .

Religion-In-Llfe Week. .

.The Food Service Report and promises for better operation. .
The political campaigns. .The midnight rides across campus to watch
the goons in action. .The Presidential debate that showed UP students

really don't care. .

.The almost-victory of the UF cagers over awesome Kentuckyand
All-America Cotton Nash. .The horrible plane crash here that

killed ten, Including three UF people. .The mysterious Neal Cooke
and his Letters to the Editor concerning the political campaign. .

.Ken Kennedy's victory. .The Beatles (enough said). .The The Army CounterattacksEDITOR
unforgetable Barbara Keller controversey envolving the Board of
Student Publications which is still raging on. .Candid Camera visits

the UF for all America to see. .
: hope that perhaps the students vulgarity or pornography. If this
.Casslus Clay upsets the world and Sonny Liston for the world would take it upon themselves to minority of students,who are lack-
heavyweight boxing crown in Miami Beach. .Lyndon Johnson visits In reference to the letter titled recover the stolen painting. ing in aesthetic value, (Bob Dew
the state and starts the long-awaited cross-state barge canal. .The "Rebuttal to the Army," by Bob Secondly, we merely impliedthat is more than likely In this minority)
Sigma Chi Derby. .Spring Frolics and Ian and Sylvia and the Journeymen. Dew, we feel that further com- there was evidence of gross condemn Miss Lin Wright, they

ments are In order. immaturity within a definite should therefore censore and ban,
First of all, we beg Mr. Dew minority of the students concerningtheir Michelangelo and scores of other
.The (shudder) sophomore tests, a new UF tradition. .The to re-read our letter carefully. concept of art. Frankly, It famous painters and sculptors who
Intestinal flu bug that Introduced himself to almost everyone at one Perhaps he will see that we did was quite disappointing to see produce slmlllar works.
time or another during the trimester. .Gator Gras. .The city not attempt to condemn the entire students of an institute of higher We feel that a formal apologyto
elections and the Old Guard gains some ground. .Class on Good Unlversl' of Florida for cor- learning, who are supposedly the entire student body is neces-

Friday, ANOTHER UF tradition. ruption and thievery. The object liberal and open-minded, make sary after they have been made
.The Crime of the century-.the gator-napping of Albert. .Did of the letter was to promote reac- such violent attacks on what was subject to Bob Dew's letter. How

FSU take him? tion within the student body, and obviously art and not obscenity, ever, we are not guilty of the
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charges Implicated by Mr. Dew.
We take a look back. It's been a long trimester, profitable for some, that
narrowminded
We are not so
unprofitable for others. The Alligator wishes Its readers (and it;} Reply To Free Thinker we cannot see the corrupt society
staff) the best of luck on the coming final exams.
around us, and to find a society
j We'll see you next year. Dear Mr. Taylor, Granted, there is a competition free from crime and violence is

We'hope. I am writing in regards to your of economic ideals; however, this Impossible. Therefore, we wish to
W.W.L. letter of April 6. is an American versus a Russian. convey to the offended students,

You opened your letter with: The real crux of the competitionharks our deepest regrets and apologies.We .
"It's a question of priority. back to President Johnson's have definitely decided to

President Johnson himself first self. The real competition Is enter the University at the earliest
Resolutions In SmokeAre
Up realized that when he said'I between a free man and a state possible date. We, who play so
am a free man, an American slave. The real Issue Is freedom much on Immaturity, realize that
i a Senator, and a Demo- not economics. the reflection of it on us would
you smoking more now but worrying less? crat In that order.' If we didn't now possess not be complimentary, if we declined -
The smoke screen seems to have cleared and the nation Is on its way Are your priorities different ". .weapons which are capable to attend Florida on the
back to the normal smoking level of the period prior to the Federal than President Johnson's? You of enabling much more monstrous grounds of a few vitiated students.We .

Government's demoralizing cigarette-cancer report issued last Jan. 11 took President Johnson's first two crimes to be perpetrated against offer Mr. Dew our condolences

by the Surgeon General's office. priorities and reversed them humanity. .," this letter wouldbe when he enters the U.S.
where you said; written In Russian not English. not the
Army. Evidently he was
of the Six bills to control the
The impact report was immediate. use "
.both major powers In the Pardon me for my mistake.This C41.It .
honor student in C-31 or
of tobacco were presented to Congress. The Federal Trade Commission
world today have weapons letter wouldn't be written at all not to
would also behoove him
proposed to ban all advertising that showed smoking to be manly or which
are capable of enabling because I wouldn't be a "free could never
Airborne as he
glamorous and toforce manufacturers to label their product as dangerousto much go ,
more monstrous crimesto
man. with
health. The town of Eastland, Texas voted a ban on selling, possessingor be withstand becoming "Involved
perpetrated against humanity C-12 anyone?
suing cigarettes.But the murders, traitors, and assas
for the
sake of some sins" that the paratroops are

the report appears not to have been taken too serious by the dubious economic Ideals." Robert A. Jamieson known for. Mr. Dew should dis-

majority of smokers. A US senator was quoted, soon after the reportwas patch a team of FBI agents to

released, that he planned "to stop smoking until this cancer The Florida AlligatorServed the 82nd Airborne Division as we
scare blows over." Many of those who said they had stopped smokinghad probably absconded Albert.

In reality, only stopped buying and proceeded to bum smokes from
their friends. by United Press International CpU George Wilson
Editor ............. ....................
............................Walker Lundy Sgt. C. Lawrence Thomas
It Is interesting to note that during the entire scare the US Department Managing Editor .......................................................BiN Fuller
of Agriculture continued its program of crop controls and price supportsto Assistant Managing Editor .........................................John Askins Near
tobacco farmers.A Fditorlal Editor ...............,.................................Wayne Norfleet Redemption
Sports Editor .......................................................IBM Laney
recent survey showed cigarette sales, after a drastic drop In Feature Editor ...............................................,Cynthia Tunstall EDITOR:
January and February, are on the way back. In some large" cities retailers Campus: Living Editor ........M.......?...................Judy Lynn Prince
state their cigarette sales are "just like old times. Editorial such a fine
Assistants .... Ernie Lltz, Gall Sobering Betty Wendt, Congratulations on
Betsy Garrison Steve Issue this April 1. It was a great
Why should a 387 page report, representing 14 months of study by Vaughn Sue Dobbie, Charner Powell, Rual
Chandler, Pete Hathaway and job it almost makes me feel)
Dave Berkowitz. ,
an impartial committee 01 top experts In several fields of health,
Reporters ...Jim Castello, Phil;iit "ener Joel Cuton Donlta like retracting all the nasty thingsI
backed by the full authority oM ,Government, with such an Immediate Mathison,
Carol Nobis, Ann Carter, Joe i isollln Fran said about you (The Alligator)
impact, after a short two and one-half months be almost forgotten Agnes Fowles Snider,
by the average American smoker? Judy Teich, Evan Engle, George Mims, Phil Ceyer, Don Federman, earlier this trimesteralmost.Gerald .
Simple. Becky Quinn, Larry Zimmerman, Jackie Cornelius; Patti Pttz,
Gary Williams, Don Davis, Sue Haugstad, Joyce Kilmer, George J. WilliamsIn
Personal morals and health habits cannot be legislated. Prohibitionwas Elrnore, David Sumner, Jay Haviser, Joe Zeigler, Joy Cherry,
tried and It failed. Americans believe In the freedom of personal John CUndenon, Nancy Brachey, Tom MUlsaps, Millie Gorman,
choice for everyone -- whether the effects of the choice are good for Mrty Lurie, and Vicki Boggs. the education of children
individual or not. there Is nothing like allur-
the THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student
of
newspaper and affection;
the Interest
Smoking is the Individual's decision and he, or she, is the only one the University of Florida and is published five times weekly except otherwise ing you only make so
during the months of May, June, arid July when
who can make It. semi-weekly issuesare many asses.laden with books.
published. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is entered as second class Montaigne
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No Rest For The WickedCasual _. TuesdayApril 7,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 7


Observations during the practice sessions,Car- the consolation prize by flubbingthe
1 ney (Norton) would play the piano, first selection played.The .
with Gleason(Cramden) correctly name?
By WAYNE NORFLEET Identifying every piece of music Suwanee River, of course.
Editoriaf Editor from an obscure fugue to the most All of which brings me to the NOTICE

Several years ago, Jackie Glea- contemporary Jazz. mention of a slmlliar habit of
son and his companion from the The only blemish on these prac- yours truly. Each time I posi-
sewers did a takeoff on the Sixty tice sessions was a habit of Car- tion myself before a typewriter,
Four Thousand Dollar Question. ney's that almost drove Gleason I first type out a line that expresses -
Their category was music, and nuts. It was an uncontrollablemania my thoughts on every implement -
for prefixing each selection of labor, and ultimatelyon
with a few bars of Suwanee River. life itself.
ImpartialityAGITATOR When the big moment arrived, The line is one of Longfellow's, THE SECOND
Gleason! missed his chance at even from a poem (The Broken Oar)
which describes the action of a poet
: ONLY Issue who has finished his book .and
was searching for "Some final
This Is In reference to your EDITOR word
: some sweet amenwherewithto & FINALSHIPMENT
"take off" on the popular sports The administration of intra- close the volume in his hand."
article by Mr. Jim Biggart, "LetIt mural activities and recreation at As he strolled along a solitary
All Hang Out." the University of Florida has been beach in Iceland, carrying his book
This series of articles com- conducted, since 1925, by an intra- and pen, the waves tossed at his
posed by Mr. Biggart must have mural board, approved by the administration feet, a broken oar.
taken hours of hard, braintwisting and composed of from "And carved thereon he read,'Oft OF
thought. ten to twenty students chosen was I weary when I tolled at thee.,.
So..don't knock It! strictly on a merit basis. And like a man who findeth what
Just because I am a fraternity We the Intramural board of 1963- was lost, he wrote the words;
brother of Mr. Biggart Is not the 64 school year feel that we have \nd, lifting up his head, he flung
reason I'm writing this revengeful conducted this program to the best his useless pen into the sea."
letter. I simply want to pre- interest of all students concerned.In So in this final Issue, as "sweet SEMINOLESWILL
serve the Integrity of the name regard to the recent con- amens" are often so desperately
of my fraternity, which has been troversy concerning the University sought for, I can do no ,better
known In your periodical by an- of Florida softball championship than repeat this expression that
other. May Lambda Chi's every- playoffs, we feel that there Is but so succintly sums up the struggle,
where revolt!!: Thomas Rivers c.ie Issue: "Does any other agencyon exasperations, worry and frustra-
the University of Florida cam- tion experienced before(and sym- ARRIVE
P. S. Just so 1 won't shock'any pus have the authority to conduct bolized by) my typewriter.Oft .
young maidens let me say that organized intramural activities?" was I weaty when I toiled
the phrases "take off" and "don't at thee. .
knock It" are terms that are really Zollie Maynard The next vision Is that of a hag-
good Southern terms but some- Student Director Intramural gard Alligator staffer lifting up his WEDNESDAYMORNING
times give the Impression of being Student Director Recreation head and flinging his useless type-
something which they aren't sup- George T. Delaino Office Dlrectoi writer Into the sea.
posed to mean.P. W. C. N.
S. S. At the next chapter
meeting I'mgolng to nominate Mr.
Boomerang Complement
Biggart for our "Weiner Award"for
prose. EDITOR:
I would appreciate the publi- I felt that any normal boy wouldbe
cation of this letter because I do glad to have his girl whistledat.
not know the names of whom it Di'1 these boys (after the
I have known a vast quantityof is directed. girls left) went to the resident
nonsense talked about bad I have a record which starts assistant, who in turn went to my Distribution will
men not looking you In the off with a"wolf" whistle, then an section advisor, who In turn came
face. Don't trust that con Imitation of such a whistle by an to me and Informed me of the
ventional ide a. Dishonestywill electric guitar and then a voice complaint and instructions to cease
stare honesty out of that says, "Urn, man, dig that the action. begin at 10:30am :
countenance, any day In the crazy chick." The two boys must have felt that
week, If there Is anythingto Sunday afternoon,I observed immediately the girls did not merit being
be got by it. below my dormitory whistled at. I did not get a good
Charles Dickens window two bo5 telling goodbyeto view of either girl, so I will Wednesday
two girl in a car. With a accept their judgment and say ,
speaker in .Ie window I playedthe that I am truly sorry.
above described Introduction. Name Withheld

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Advertizing salesman wanted to
Remington Super-Riter. Standard
FOR SALE 2 work on the Florida Alligator. Paid Air conditioned apt. for 2
: guitars; Phllco Air conditioner In good condition.At table typewriter. Good condition patio
19" portable TV; Smith Wesson. a very reasonable price. For $55. FR 6-2775. (A-133-H-c). position open for summer. Call and barbeque. Behind HolidayInn.
38 pistol; 12 ga. Winchester model information contact Bill Wilcox ext. 2832 for appointment. (C- Call 372-7724. (B-131-3t-c).

11 shot gun; 1963 Oldsmobile Jet- at FR 2-9363. (A-130-2t-p). Bar-bell set 190 Ibs. Complete 133-lt-p).
fire W/a.c. b FOR RENT 3 bedroom 2 full
; Supercharged. A
set $25. 110 volt air conditioner.In .
speed. Call John Pierson FR 125 L. P. records for sale. Individually bath houses, kitchen equipped and
good condition. Make offer. WANTED 1950-54 FORDS andCHEVROLETS.
or as package deal at partially furnished. Any of
2-8743. no.
(A-132-2t-p). Call 6-7086. 5-6 p.m (A-133- Al Herndon's
bargain price -- Half classical, occupants $100 mo. 1620 N.W.
per
It-c). Service Station. Located 916 S. E.4th .
8' 30'mobile
x home arm newly half popular. All records In good 55th Ter. Call 2-8668 after 5.
constructed 10' x 20' cabana. Five condition, many perfect. 2-3811. St. (C-83-tf-c). (B-129-5t-c).
minutes from Town and 62 VESPA, 150 C. C. 4 speed. ..
campus. after 6:00 p.m. weekdays only. WANTED My blue radio returnedby

Country Trailer Lodge 3762865.W.A. (A-121-tf-p). Excellent condition. Cheap tran- the enterprising young Kappa 1/2 block from Law building; 2
sportation and summer fan $200.
Kelly. (A-124-5t-c); Sigma who was to ''fix" it. Come bedroom
601 E. Univ. 372-7252. (A- apartment, completely
GIRL'S
BICYCLE blue
The new polaroid Land Camera. tag-9996, .on, Jasper. Please! (C-132-lt-c). furnished, kitchen equipped, all
taken from in front of Florida 133-lt-p).
Takes color picutres. $40savlngs. electric. April and August rent
Union.) Please return or call 2-
Never been used. Call FR 2-0516. free. Available after April 20.
MOBILE HOME 37' 8' all alum-
7321. (A-132-2t-c). x
(A-123-tl-c). inum construction. Very good I For Rent I FR 6-7065. (B-129-3t-c).

For sale by owner: 2 bedroom Gold reclining chair. Walnut desk. condition. Available for late Aug-

CCD home at 1730 N. W. 55th Square walnut end table. 6-5660. ust 64. Cost only $1450. See at AVAILABLE MAY 1ST-ACROSS Housing for me n students. One
Terr. O'Neal's Mobile Home Court SEt block from campus Near air-
Quiet neighborhood. $500 (A-131-3t-c). ,
FROM CAMPUS. Convenient and
down and assume monthly pay- Hawthorne Rd. Lot D-5. (A- conditioned main library, all faci-
delightful suite of rooms con-
ments of $66.36. Call must 133-lt-p). lities for good living private
376-2179. Moving sacrifice, no frost sisting of large bedroom with twin
entrances floor motel
(A-133-lt-p). refrigerator. 3 month old. New beds and for ground ,
sitting room gentle-
caloric ultramatlc gas stove also 1961 Webcor "Royallte" tape recorder style. Refrigerators, some air
men. Also garage efficiency apt.
conditioners. .
other furniture in $60. Good condition. University approved.Low
HEELS put on in S minutes very good con- until Jan. 1965. Corner room with
rates. Office 127
dition. 6-0410. (A-131-3t-c New $10 mlcrophane. 3-speed. summer
)
SOLES put on in )ISTminvtts private entrance and private bath.
Call Harry at 69-144-rm 484 after N. W. 15 Terrace. Phone 6-6494.
Rellgh moped scooter. Excellent Available April 18th. Apply 321
(B-125-6t-c).
7:00. (A-133-lt-p).
MODERN SH condition. Like new. $115, Joe S.W. 13th St. (B-133-It-c).

REPAIR SHOP Price. 6-3261. ext 2900 or 2-3767

across from 1st notional bonk after 300. (A-133-lt-c). I Services Sub-let 3 bedroom apt. April- Air conditioned efficiency apart-
1 September. Study room. Garage, ments. Suitable for 2-3 people,

50' x 8' mobile home. Liberty screened porch,near campus.$100 $70 per month. 1829 N. W. 2nd

deluxe, 2 br. air-cond. Indirect GAINESVILLE MINIATURE per month. Call 6-1137. (B-133- Ave. Suitable for 3-4 people, $100
Good Luck per month. 1518 N. W. 4th Ave.
lighting, walnut paneling. Must RACEWAY. Largest"SLOT Car" It-c).
to Tenants pay electric only. Also
see appreciate $2495. FR
track in North. Florida. Opening
cram up for exams 2-7994.!) (A-133-lt-c). April 3rd. If you don't know whatit 3 bedroom, 2 bath, large living, available for fall trimester. Call

we want to see you is drop by any night this week dining area. Dishwasher, pool privileges evenings 6-4353. (B-114-tf-c).
STEREO component outfit. Qual- small down payment. Assume -
next trimester. for a look-see. Old Phi KappaPi.
lty-48 watt Scott Amplifier. Turn- W. Univ. above Lord Byron's. VA mortgage. Call 376-
ENDS table and speaker systems. $325. (M-128-6t-c). 1583 after 5:00 p.m. weekdays. ROOMING HOUSE located 2 blocks
-
.
.. Les Medlln 2-9303 or 2-9473. (A- (B-133-lt-p) from campus, single or double
... ..
TODAy. 133-lt-p). POWER MOWERS AND EDGERS rooms. Also kitchen and living

shows 1 3579 pm repaired. All work guaranteed.Pick Rooms for rent Girl student room. Call 2-272 or see at 304

FOR SALE Power lawn mower up and delivery. Minimum $135 per trimester. On W. Uni- N.W. 15th St. (B-130-4t-c).
.r iT "I'll
three years old--excellent condi- charges $2.00. Charlie's Fix-it versity near campus. Phone 6-

Peter Sellers tion. $35. Apt. 220-A, Flavetin Shop. 1618 N. W. 1st Ave. Call 0787. (B-133-lt-c) Large, comfortable front corner-

George C. Scott or call 372-4875. (A-133-tf-p). 2-7233. (M-106-tf-c). room. Located downtown. Ar-
Will sub-let my large apt. for B
Stanley Kubrick's ALTERATIONS, HEMS REDONE, term only. 2 or 3 occupancy. $65 ranged for 2 male students.Kitchen -

Dr. StrangeloveOr. ZIPPERS REPLACED, TORN per month. 372-7428. (B-133-H- and other privileges. 6-4592.

mttACADEMY SEAMS FIXED. What have you to c). (B-104-tf-c).
How I turned Ti Stop WorryingFriday be sewn? Mrs. Klein 372-7967.

Aad lore The Bomb (M-71-t-c). Apt for rent. Air-conditioned. In
4171I! II .r I good condition. For 1 or 2. $70 AVAILABLE FOR SUMMER TRIMESTER -
2 bedroom furnished
plus utilities. Call FR 6-9023. or
2-6480. (B-133-lt-c) Duplex. $75 month suitable for
I WantedWANTED I 2 or 3 people. Phone 2-1853. (B-

AWARD i Still available one bedroom apt. 2 132-TF-p).

students or married couple. One ________ _________ _
..... ..'
Wed Thurs."THE : Furnished apt.or small block from campus. Carport. 1126 Attractive large room in quiet
WINNER house during summer school June S.W. 2nd Ave. 6-2771. (B-1 33-1t- modern home. Ideal for student

PEST FILM OF THE YEAR :'" "'" 15 thru Aug. 6. Mature woman c). who needs a desirable place to

LAWRENCEOFARBIA student and two sons, 11 and 12. study. FR 2-7883. (B-111-tf-c).
4 J I
.
Phone 6-0410. (C-133-lt-c). Sub-lease Colonial Manor Apt. -
$110 per month. Air-conditioned.
FR 6-1408. (B-133-lt-c). NEW AIR CONDITIONED furnished -
Would like three roommates for apts. Bedroom and bath on

the full-term summer trimester. Large clean apartment electri- balcony. Kitchen dinette, and livIng -
,
*
& Saturday "BEST PICTUREOF Three bedroom house off campus. city, hot, cold water furnished.$40 room on main floor. Color-

THE YEAR"NOW2 $140 per month. Call Gail Sober- and $63 per month. Summer rates ful full size appliances, washing

ALFRED Ing -- 372-5082.) (C-131-3t-p). 1614 N. W. 3rd Place. FR 22946or machines in each apartment. Walkto

HITCHCOCKS"TlieBirds" FR 2-7366. (B-128-5t-c). University. Shown by resident
manager Apt. NO.1. Campus

ilrwIItY1Iu; NOTICETO Clean single rooms, $20 and $25 Apts. 402 N. W. 18th St. FR 2-

I : ( per month. For men only, three 3357. (B-119-10t-c).

.DRfY1.IP4 TM/ATR1 ALL CAMPUS blocks from university. 1614 N.W.

TECHNICOLOR' A Universal Release 2400 H..IA..1..! 120.I A g.50/ ORGANIZATIONSRequests 3rd Place. FR 2-2946 or FR 2- Upper division engineering stu-
t 7366. (B-128-5t-c). dent wanted to share air-condi-
first run hits! !II!
I -Sun-- for tioned 2 bedroom duplex at 825N.

I Alec on--Tues--l open 6:45; show at 7:15 regular in the I To sub-lease for summer tri- E. 8th Ave. Your share of

See both late as 9:081! meeting space mester: sharp, wood-paneled rent & utilities will be $50 month.

Florida Union for the apartment, close to campus. Perfect -, Marvin Moss, 230D Engr. Bldg.
7:15 & 10:28SHflCKfttiffifBff
for 2 3. Ext. 2986. ( ).
or Call 2-9712. B-13jt-c
NOTE I it is entirely Fall 1964/65 Trimester ((B-131-3t-c).

. untrue that anyone may be picked up at FURNISHED APARTMENT, large

connected with the the union desk. Requests 3 bedroom, air-conditioned apt. and clean, $75 month. Now until

2nd Fun Hit at 9:08 should be 3 blocks from campus. $100 for September. Electricity and water
STATE THEATRE -- turnedIn 3-$110 for 4. Call 372-0481 after Included. 372-7658 for appointment

either invented or BOBBY i sometime i in April I 9:00 ONLY. (B-13N3t-c). to see (B-132-2t-c).

condones FINAL I and will be ready for
VINTON Double rooms for rent, $22.50 FURNISHED DUPLEX apartment.

EXAMS I signatures on the first per person per month, 3 blocks 1 bedroom, kitchen equipped, $55

.. truly starts FriBuddy Ebsen i in week of classes in from campus, private entrance, month. See at 2012 N.W. 4th St.
.yours maid service. Call FR 2-9222 or after 1 p.m. y call ext 2407.
Modine Grunch "MAIL ORDER BRIDE" September. FR 2-8255. (B-132-2t-c). B-132-2t-p).



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CITED FOR EDITORIALS_ TuesdayApril 7,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 9 ...
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ruddy Davis Wins Distinguished Service AwardNewspaper I

-
editorials on theac1al1ssuehavewonaSigmaDelta ed in the Gainesville Daily Sun teaching at the University Flori- of figured that what happened to
during 1963. Some were credited da for 10 years. One of his two must be a mere prelude to
:hi Distinguished Service Awardor with easing tensions inGainesville degrees from the UF was awarded know coming for the entire South.
| UF Journalism Prof. Horace during the city's first racial strifeIn with high honors. I formed a basis for the edi-
3. (Buddy) Davis Jr. recent history. The journalism professor undertook of ."
Sigma Delta Chi Is the nation's Davis, who was featured In the writing a limited numberof Davis said asaUFprofessor
anly national society of journa- New Orange Peel's Winter editionas editorials for the Gainesville cepts he has been "blessed
Ists. a disciplinarian with the nom de Sun In 1962 after the newspaperwas a favorable intellectual at-
The series of editorials appear- plume of "Great Zot," has been acquired by Gardner Cowles, phize fostered by Director
who also owns Look magazine O. Weimer in the School of

Commented Davis about the Sigma cess .
Lost & FoundLOST I Delta Chi Award: "We live in ters something kind for the new
Car Rental I
of the Gainesville
an era of social upheaval, which Is
certainly characterized by the race added Davis. "The miracle

( Large brown purse. Lost ECONO-CAR. 7 day, 24 hour ser- problem. Consequently, as a red- a monied man like Cowles
Sat. April 4th near Anderson Hall. vice. Free pickup.1964 cars,com- neck Floridian,I've been bombarded enlightment on deeper
|Keep money but please return other pletely equipped with automatic with ideas considered repugnantwith issues. And he's not afraid
.That's not the usual
[contents especially wallet and ID'S transmission. Radio, heater, my forebearers."But up "
for millionaires.
(Reward. FR 2-9209. Charlene white-wall. Rates includes gas, I also had the benefit ofa
Knl ht. (L-133-lt-c). oil and insurance. (N-93-lt-c). formal education at the Univer- came Davis will formally accept
sity of Florida, under the tutorship eyed


Autos I I Real EstateINVEST I Circle K


58 Triumph TR 3. Wire wheels,
tonneau cover radio heater NOW-PROFIT NOW and
one
| $435. Call later. 15% net profit and more
owner. 376-8385. (G-
130-4t-p). from income property as comparedwith 1st Place
4-1/2% from your savings ac-
1959 Flat 600D. Good condition, count. Buy apartment units or
First $195 takes it. May be seen future business property In the The University of Florida CircleK :
on campus. Call ext. 2039. (G- RIGHT location and at the RIGHT won first place for its polio up for
131-3t-c). price. As little as $1500 can get immunization project in state wide x

'63 HONDA SUPPER HAWK 305 CC. you started. Consult Wayne D. convention this year. year
Excellent condition. For sale or Mason c/o Arnold Realty 372-3522. Circle K Is a service club spon- McClelland."I .
trade for small import plus cash.R. (I-126-tf-c). sored by the University City KIwanis -
Hedberg. 32234 N.W. 13th St. club."We've .
after 6. (G-132-2t-c). just started last and now ti
I I have 30 active members," Don
1956 T-Blrd, excellent condition. Help WantedSPARE Deakin, Lt. Governor of DivisionII the I
Must sell this trimester. New (Northern Florida) said. this
paint job, new Interior,new engine. TIME. You can earn $40a project
Call FR 6-87-14. (G-132-2t-p). week commission by showingthe "Even though this Is our first helped BUDDY DAVIS
year as a club, we feel we've May 2 In Phoenix,
Vivlane Woodard Pro- and
58 CHEVY, 4 door, 6 cycllnder. Beauty been successful by having won two Earlier winners of SDX
Standard gram. Call Johnny Turner 376- and the
transmission,radio,hea- first place awards and two honor- havq included war cor-
ter 1480. 9-5 (E-120-15t-c).
air-conditioning, seat belts. able mentioned awards at the con- "We Ernie Pyle,broadcast-
Good condition $650. Call 376- vention held in Tampa." ville Brinkley,cartoonist Herb
Wanted waiters for summer tri-
8995. G-132-2t-c
( ). and
Washington
mester. Must be 21. Gatehouse The awards iron by the club are: correspon-
Reston of the New York
Restaurant. 1222 W. University first place for the Single Service In :
.
Ave. Call 6-5843. (E-123-tf-c). award and the Membership At- be the a other University of Florida

has been honored by
to HA l-- r--F.- T... John Martin..

C.W.POST singled research.out ih Dr.1958 Martin for .

in charge of the Near East
COLLEGEOF the U.s Information Agency.
John 39, has won other awards
LONG ISLAND UNIVERSITY career as a newspaperman
ed to He holds two first

Salutes the World's Fair ....._. .:....... citations from the Florida
,... will
with c"-- ''- Association--one In 1955'
costs news and another In 1956
TWO 5-WEEK SUMMER SESSIONSEnjoy The writing.
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nouced the Miami Herald and the
the 141-acre
campus of C. W. Post College, Times-Union (Jackson-
located on the North Shore of Long Island, visory Hayes

only 30 minutes from the World's Fair,

On-campus one hour from facilities Midtown include Manhattan.: swimming, ouR BEEF STeW i is \JER-(

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.. 10 The Florida Alligator TuesdayApril 7,1964AnatomistAttends Frats Expect


t New HousesThe THE coMfoRTABLe f1llt


men will move out, iiid
,', the mice and roaches will move in FoR DIINCz
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i77i ,
this fall.
Japan Symposium ; In the fall, four fraternities
will have moved other locations.Phi r7J01Z JusT
:
Dr. James G. Wilson of about the testing of drugs .. Gamma Delta, Sigma Chi,
the JUF College of Medicine and are working to protect : Lambda Chi Alpha, and Delta Upsilon :: i I
will go to Japan this monthto the public against possible ::ry%. will leave their old houses \aA' EAT' N5
discuss with university recurrence of the thai- s :s behind.
scientists and drug industry idomide tragedy. Wr"; Phi Gamma Delta plans to move
representatives the effectsof "This planned interchange I to a new house on Fraternity Row.
drugs on the developing of ideas and information The Phi Gams have sold the old
embryo. be highly beneficial ;..1'should house on 13th St. to their next
Wilson, head of the Department to both countries," he said. : door neighbors, Alpha Tau Omega.
of Anatomy In the The Japanese scientists .; The ATO's have not made definite
College of Medicine, will are also Interested in learn : : plans as to how the property will
keynote a three-day sym- ing of the organization and : be used.
posium of the 500-member results of the recent Tera- The Sigma Chi's are also plan-
Japanese Association of tology Workshop conducted ning to move to Fraternity Row

Anatomists May 3-5 on U.s. at the University of Flor- by the fall. They have sold their DELMONICO STEAK, tossed salad, baked
research in drugInducedbirth ida in February by the U.S. old house to Delta Upsilon who will
defects. Commission on Drug Safety, occupy it this summer. potato, coffee . . . .$1 .25
Me will be one of two he said. Wilson was directorof Lambda Chi Alpha and Delta
American scientists at the the workshop which attracted Upsilon are leasing their present Gatehouse
nationwide symposium which the world's leadersin residences.The .
takes place at the Universityof the field of teratology. Lambda Chi's plan to move
Niigata. lie is going to Japan under into their new house on FraternityRow RESTAURANT
lie will also speak to sci- the auspices of that country'sMedicoPharmaceutical this fall.PreLaw.
entists in universities and Association -
ONE-HALF BLOCK FROM CAMPUS
drug industry centers duringa with the assistanceof ElectsThe
three-week lecture tour a National Institutes of 1112 West Univ.
of nine Japanese cities. Health travel grant. Pre-Law Society elected
Wilson, dormer presidentof His lecture tour includesthe Larry Groover president this
the American Teratological cities: of Niigata, Kyoto, weekend.
Society, said scientistsin Nara, Osaka, Fukuaka, Nagasaki Also elected were Phil Brook-
the Japanese pharmaceutical Nikko, and Tokyo in stone, vice president; Robert Lea-
Industry. are concerned addition to Niigata. man, secretary; and Sterling Mar-
.. ;,>,; Man
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SAIGON, South Viet Nam (UPI) of Saigon. Six Americans were Government losses were
-An estimated 287 government sol- wounded, one critically, helping reported as 14 killed, 20 woundedand RINGERGo
diers and Viet Cong guerrillas Vietnamese army forces repel and 8 missing.A .
were killed, wounded or capturedin rout Communist guerrillas who Vietnamese Defense Ministry
one of the bloodiest weekendsof attacked a government outpost in spokesman reported that 11 Viet
fighting in South Viet Nam, Tay Ninh Province. Cong were killed and 3 capturedIn
according to reports yesterday.Red a two-day operation against
terrorists also killed or A U.s. military spokesman estimated guerrilla forces in Dinh Tuong
wounded 38 Vietnamese civilians Communist losses In the Province south of Saigon which Go see Ko/one/Keds fly
in bombing attacks. battle at 103 killed or wounded. .ended. Saturday. : 4- with the Btll rocket belt
.
:
Eight Americans were woundedsix 1 t -- at the Wonderworld N.Y. World'Show.Fair
in combat operations and two
in a Communist terrorist bomb- i
ing of a U.s. military billet-from ;
Friday to Sunday. / i
Reports from U.S. and Viet- '
namese military spokesman esti-
mated Viet Con casualties in five &L.4'X
operations as high as 177.Govern-
'ment casualties were set at 110. '

heaviest The Viet losses Cong during suffered a 28-hour their I Midnight Star Evening_ Star Vogue I I : ((I

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registered student. No expert
ence or foreign language is
required and travel grants are 8 L DIAMOND and WEDDING RINGSGainesville's
given to students... Wages to it. meet the
new' "Brass Ringer," it
really gets around. Its
range to $COO a month. For a :lean and 1.1n. With an-siza brass eyelets and wraparound toe
complete prospectus with photos 'Ulrd. Long on looks, strong on comfort great on wear. Made) of
job and travel grant ap- Quality Jewelers .shable cotton duck In new smoky white chino also' 'In white."
plications,a $2 cash book coupon vuiuiii width, sizes 5 to 12, 13, 14.
handling and airmail S :ampede on down to your nearest store Look for the blue label
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.. next Gator baseball
game will be played In Atlanta

--------ATTENTION Georgia on April 17
by
,: against Georgia Tech.
JIM BIGGART
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This will be after exams

Auburn Road TripWhat here at the UF. All of you
Gator fans who are from
a weekend! Playing poker for 6-8 hours on the ole" "Gator around Atlanta get out there

COLLEGE MEN18to20 Blue bus" tires one out--especlally when I lost money.A and cheer the Gators on to
typical road trip for Gator baseballers started on Thursday after victory.

noon. We left Gainesville around 1:30 p.m. On the back end of the The team always plays

bus we poker players set up our small table. By the time we were better before a partisan UF

In Lake City I was down $2.50.We crowd. The boys are cur
got to Auburn around 10 p.m. CST. We went to bed rather early
rently 6-1 In the eastern division
and watched TV. We had a short poker game going for a while and I of the Southeastern
back of the that I lost.
won some money
104on
Conference (SEC) and
We got up the next morning around 8:30 to eat breakfast. We lazily the
MAKE $100 A WEEK IF QUALIFIED! yeai
lay around the room until 11:00 till we ate lunch at the Auburn cafeteria.Gad Dave Fuller has another

*! potential SEC champ on his
We finished and went back to our rooms to dress for the game. It hands. Get out to the ball

had been raining all morning and it was doubtful whether we would In Athens and let the
Compete among fellow students foe S1000 1 park
play.We boys know the UF Is behind
scholarships trips to New York Worlds left for Plainsman Park around 12:10 to take pre-game warm them.

Fair and other prizes. For appointmentcall ups. The Auburn fans are famous for their hazzlng of the opposing
players. We were lucky on Friday for the rain persuaded some of
Mr. John B. Davis, 354-3763, Jax. them to stay home.In :i!

the first inning Auburn scored two runs off Danny Eggart. For

the last two years we had not won a game at Auburn. This tends to
Blue
UF Key
anger one--so we retaliated with four runs in the rest of the game to

defeat Auburn 4-2.

This was a good victory for us. However, Saturday was another Taps FullerVeteran
story. We lost 8-2. It was a rather long trip home on that bus. We

got in Gainesville around 2:30 In the morning. So goes some of the

DO YOU DESERVE 1 highlights; --so to speak of--on the roadtrips. University of Florida

baseball coach Dave Fuller has
The Rookie Creese"It's ,.
A 20th CENTURY-FOX 4' -. been Inducted as an honorary member

of Blue Key, the first Gator
RECORDING the rookie Creese" is a familiar term to mostof athletic official thus honored.
the Gator baseball players. The"kid rook" got the

& OF COURSE nickname last year when he was a sophomore and it has
CONTRACT? Fuller was inducted along with
stuck with him since.
Florida Governor Farris Bryantand
.... YOU M| The rook Is the most underrated ballplayer on the
... I.\\I\\\\,4 Secretary of State Tom Adamsat
::;;: team. lie used last
l\ was mostly as a utility player year. a recent banquet In Gainesville.
.\I!.\\\\\\1 .. \. Enter the He has taken over Tom Moore's job at third base and Is
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"The team that makes the big play Is the team that "
Guitar Contest highlight of my career, says
wins Coach Fuller "The 'rook' makes the
says. big
number of ES E Fuller. "I'm pleased and very
Stimulated by the eRE
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\ I play. Wh i he teams up with Randy Morcroft, we have "
talented, young people interested proud to be given such an honor.
the Gator's version of the Kids."
in folk guitars, The Gretsch Keystone
; Guitar Company is sponsoring i contest
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f\:+ l l / performer available or to group the best Fill out amateur an official folk
entry blank at your nearest Gretsch Langdale Feature Speaker
; :;'lt t't t'/ guitar dealer and mail it together with ".
your performance on tape or record of
two minutes or more In duration. OR fill
out the coupon below and use it as your
\tit?\:tt'; .S....;:";\\, entry. BUT remember there is a special: : At UF
bonus blank prize from for your the winner dealer. nte officialentry All-Sports BanquetDr.

let Prizes 20th Century-Fox Recording Con2nd Prize for folk group: Any Gretsch folk
tract. Instn mints up to $500 in value. Noah Langdale, noted speaker bama during the Crimson Tide's the basketball award on behalf of
2nd Prize for folk artist Any Grch folk 72 Additional Prim: 20th Century Fox rec-
instrument up to $200 ..t value. ord album of your choice. college president and former greatest era. lie has become known the lllllsborough County Alumni
all-America lineman will be throughout the country as a top Association, sponsors and donorsof
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Contest, vOd where prohibited or reminded All anti must b. I
/ GRETSCHGretxh postmarked no 'afar thin Mynot.d 15, 1964 Contest w rmer""II b. I Florida All-Sports Banquet. Other highlights of this second Attorney General James W.
: NAME by May 30, 1964Enclosed I II Langdale, president of Georgia annual banquet honoring Gator Kynes will present the Fergie K.

I CO Bo/r; .Guitar, Contest I II State College In Atlanta, Ga., was teams which compete In eight Intercollegiate Ferguson Award, given each yearin
ADDUIS
I I New York,MY 10017 I II II an all-Amerjcan lineman at AlagAToR sports, Include pre- memory of the late Fergie Fer-
CITY STATE I II II II
I sentation of the Walter J. Matherly guson, Gator grid great and World
I II II
I SCHODL AGr I Scholarship Trophy, the MostVal-i War II hero who died from war
find lipe or record ol my performance I underttandII
I m.ter.: tubmitted becomes the property ol The Fred... I II II I CL' ssjfilDS uable Basketball Player Award,the wounds.
Mfg Co. but will not for my pu
I- - - -Gr-t-h - -D-u-ed -t-n- =po- -I Fergie K. Ferguson Award and Coach Ray Graves will intro
--. ... introduction of the 19G4 Florida duce Florida's new football captains -
-- football captains.The elected this past week by

Matherly trophy, given to squad members.The .
the football player with the highest banquet, which starts at 6:30

academic record,will be presentedby p.m. In the Student Service Center,

Tex Oliver, abusiness administration honors varsity members of teamsin

Instructor and long time football, basketball, baseball,

freshmen friend of the late Dean Matherly. track, swimming, golf, tennis and
Should Coach Norm Sloan will present cross country.

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F Page 12 The Florida Alligator Tuesday.April 7,1964

.. .. Rains Boost
-- Augusta




1964 TWELVE UNIV-ERSITY GAME BASEBALL OF FLORIDA STATISTICS Hopes Of fOhio Fats'


OVerall Record: 9-3
SEC Record: 5-0

I By OSCAR FRALEYUPI are hitting four and five irons. by most of the entrants as "dark-
Name POSe AB R II 2B 3B IJR SB RBI BABill
- - Sports Writer You can't beat those kind of per- horse" possibilities.

j Blomgren RF 47 10 15 3 0 0 0 13 .319 AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Heavy rains centages.
Jim Duncan LF 43 8 13 0 1 0 4 5 .302 Inundated the Augusta National golf TALK ABOUTFRESH
"It's a slugging game today and I_
Allen Trammell CF 10 3 3 0 0 0 1 3 .300 course yesterday and installed
nobody can slug it with Nicklaus'accuracy
Dave Porter C 40 5 11 4 2 0 2 8 .275 power hitter Jack Nicklaus as an I
," Bolt added, as rain
Earl Montgomery 3B 46 10 12 0 1 1 2 10 .261 even more formidable favorite for ROAST BEEF 1 :
caused closing the course and
Jim Elliott CF 36 2 9 0 0 0 2 2 .25Q the Masters tournament opening <
wiped out practice rounds.
Ron Creese 2B 40 11 9 2 0 0 6 1 .223 Thursday.
Tom Shannon 18 43 9 9 2 0 0 2 6 .209
"He's to to four Nicklaus inadvertently agreed
be three
1 0 0 7 got
Randy Morcroft SS 45 5 5 0 .111
shots better than anybody in the with Bolt when he said "I'm play-

PITCIIING field on this kind of a track," ing better now than I was playinga
said temperamental Tommy Boltas year ago."

Name ST RE. W L IP ER. !! SO BB. ERA be looked out at the sodden,
I emerald-green course for which And a year ago he won by one
rain Is promised through Friday's shot over Champagne Tony Lema another brand new
Dan Griffin 1 1 1 0 12 0 1 8 3 0.00
.. second and Is to become the
Charlie Anderson 2 3 2 1 22 2/3 1 17 25 6 0.39 round. now seeking Supersandwich from
Jim Diggart 4 0 1 0 19 2 17 7 9 0.95 first back-to-back victor in the ALAN'S CUBANA
Nicklaus and his chief rival ;
Masters.
history of the
Danny Eggart 3 3 3 1 24 5 18 10 8 1.87
Don Pendley 1 2 1 1 9 1/3 2. 5 6 3 1.9.9 Arnold Palmer, both arrived Mon- this one for the
Adrian Zabala 1 3 1 0 11 3 5 8 4 2.46 day and each instantly picked the The long-hitting Lema, Dave carniverous
Richard Phallnes 0 3 0 0 6 1/3 2 4 3 4 2.99 other as the man to beat. Thomas of England, Julius Boros, campus
Mason Rudolph and Palmer, seek- gourmet, chuckfullof
RESULTS But it was almost unanimous In ing to recapture the game which lean, topqualitymeat
., the locker room at the old club- dissolved on him and has kept
house, which once was a plan- him out of the winner's circle :
"Florida Opponent tation manor, that the man who since last October, were regarded THE ALAN'S CUBANA
5 "j Fla. Southern
1
could catch "Ohio Fats" wouldbe
1 Fla. Southern 0 the winner--and that nobody Katz HonoredJack ROAST BEEF
1 Miami 3.lr'
had much of a chance."I .
Miami 2 SANDWICHALAN'S
13 Katz, senior UF football
Miami 7 don't care what the weatheris
player and second team all-SEC
6 Vanderbilt 4 "
said Bolt. "On this courseI
4 Vanderbilt 0 guard last fall, has been elected CUBANA
don't see how anybody can beat
Commander (president) of SigmaNu.
4 Georgia 0
big Jack. He just hits it too far
27 Georgia 3 and too straight. .
2 Georgia Tech 1 It Is the first time an athlete 6-1252

2 Mississippi State 10 "He'll put it out there wher has been so honored by this fra-

6 Mississippi State 1 he'll also be able to take advan- ternity. .
.
tage of the downhill contours and .

". he'll be hitting eight and nine Iron
H', '. .. '. approaches where the rest of n

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\ OpenerFlorida's l

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game against SMU has been moved
4 up to 1:30, Sept. 19, Assistant
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the telecast is reason for depar- ry
ture from the normal 2 p.m.start A SPECIAL EVERY DAY '
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