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Title: The Florida alligator
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Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
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Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: May 1, 1964
Publication Date: 1912-1973
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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Vol.56, No. 1 15 University of Fjgrjcjg'G nesville _FridayMay 1/J964
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UNIVERSITY SENATE PASSES' FIRST SINCE 1949".................",,,,,,,,page 9

...and also Mrtamblt ,

insidethe .,
f"l, I

Believing that a society establishes institutions of higher
e learning, particularly universities, because such institutions
serve the higher ends of that society
e Believing that a university serves these higher ends by
being a beacon of learning, a fountainhead of dedicated and
unselfish service, a focus for research and creative scholar-
ship, a means for the transmittal and extension of old know-
ledge and the creation of new, a vehicle for.that society's
e self-improvement by providing for that society the capacityfor
enlightened and responsible self-criticism which will
prevent that society from losing its dynamic character and
tit falling victim to intellectual and moral decay; 't,
Believing that a university, like all complex human Institut '
tions, functions best to serve its assigned purposes under
orderly processes of organization and government;
We, the Senate of the University of Florida, do hereby enact .,;,

e i :.this Constitution. \,




HOMECOMIN ..........page 6,7 FEDERMAN

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OFF-CAMPUS HOUSING RULES..page 3 AGAIN...",..page15The

2 The Florida r Alligator FridayMay 1,1964 Cl t v I 1y


Wish I were at the Fair; +y$

By JOYCE E. KILMER It was true. The fair organization didn't furnishany
Staff Writer housing for their student employees although they
did furnish meals while the students were on the
The 1964 World's Fair opened New York City
job, which lead most aspiring fair workers to believe
April 22, but Flora Coed wan't there.
they could live in New York City on $60 a week.
Flora was instead reading about the affair in The
As for going to work so early, the parents were
Alligator while she waited for the first German
reminded that the trimester was the chief reasonso
class of her summer session to begin.
many Florida students were accepted.The .
Flora had decided in the winter to go to summer Brass Rail had about 4,000 service job openingsand
school, before the Brass Rail, a World's Fair organization approximately 12,000 applications for June when
came to the UF to interview students
campus most schools on quarter or semester systems close.
for summer work at the fair. Flora, though tempted, With the fair opening April 22, available student
stayed with her decision to go to summer school. help was needed.
Her first pangs of regret began when her roommateand The opportunities of a summer in New York--
most of her other friends, both male and female, the plays, museums and the fair--how could any
got their acceptances to work at the fair. parents be so cruel as to deprive their offspring of

Flora's German professor was late for class and such a summer of growing up?
Flora day-dreamed. Most parents didn't and Flora remembered the
Bob Deloach, Student Government secretary of feverish excitement of packing, making plane reser-
Labor, had said that about 400 Florida students vations and answering ads from the New York papers QUENTIN LEE MILLER, NORTH MIAMI, (RIGHT), IS THE YEAR'S
had applied for jobs at the fair and that none were about apartments, with exams almost forgotten. RECIPIENT OF THE HONEYWELL AWARD, PRESENTED ANNUALLYBY
they requirements on Flora remembered the airport and the tearful fare-
the application, which was to be able to fit into a size wells, with those staying behind wishing the adven- STANDING UF ENGINEERING GRADUATE. COLLEGE OF ENGINEER.ING .
turers !good luck and warning them of the perils
well remembered Fanny Flesh's hysterical and traps of the "wicked city." RAYONIER
outburst at the news. Fanny was enraged and hurtat It truly would be an adventureIt did take courageto FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS.

such unfair discrimination, mainly because she go out into the world, and as she thought, Flora
hadn't buttoned a size 14 since the sixth grade. wavered--why did she really decide to go to summer
Flora continued to recall the problems all her school?

friends had with their parents. At that moment, Flora was jolted by a staccato Use Gator

"New York is a big place," asserted one father, "guten morgen," and her summer had begun.
"where would you live?" "Can you afford to live in It was steamy in the classroom, Gainesville was
New York on $60 a week?" "You don't know your sultry in the beat, but New York wouldn't be. Wonder
way around the city and we have no friends or relatives what selling orange juice at the Florida exhibit Is

there." "Worst of all, you don't finish your like? ClassifiedsSti
exams till the 16th and you want to go trailing off Oh, well, she thought as she tugged open her German
to New York the 20th--your mother and I won't text, maybe next summer at least the fair would still
see you all summer." be there.

I Enrollment above 7963 guifg

In Springtime the voice of the rollment was up 6.4 per cent over '
turtle is heard in the land, young the comparable 1963 figures of the beauty $
man's fancy lightly turns to 12,506 students.
is built in
thoughts of love--and enrollment In the other schools polled, enrollment -
in colleges and universities drops figure jumps ranged from OF MIAMI
somewhat. But not this yearat -- 12 per cent increases at the Uni-
least In the third category.A versity of North Carolina and Dakota -

State College to a 3.9 per
sampling of seven state uni- cent increase at the University of '\

versities and land-grant institu- Colorado. ,'i;;t<,:'!
tions by the Office of Institutional Says the report, "This increasein

Research, Washington, D. C., Spring term enrollments is
shows sharp and unanticipated increases symptomatic of what is happeningall .y .
in this year's Spring term over the country--unanticipated
enrollment.At enrollment increases are com-
UF, one of the seven collegesand pounding anticipated enrollment
universities polled, the en- increases."

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1 1,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3

Reitz gets- off-campus housing revisions

I The University Senate yesterday cation and formalization of what's .saN111Alfalet/Illlllta l f housing facilities will be expected (This regulation seems mainly

sent to President J. Wayne been done or Implied In the past," i to observe the same principles of to afford a lever against land-
Reitz revisions and additions to he said. \ conduct as those living In university lords who do not comply with mini-
off-campus housing regulations Here are the revisions that went '.T/ r. housing." mum housing standards of the

designed to clarify an 1 spell out to President Reitz: \ The trouble with It, Opp said, university.)
what's expected of students. _."Any student who violates In J was that some students may never ._"Residence Registration:
The changes are part of an his occupancy and usage of private I, have lived in university housing Each student living In any type
overall "revised program" for housing accomodatlons any of and, even If they did, off-campus of off-campus housing shall register
off-campus housing that affects the applicable tenant responsibilities housing living conditions embrace his exact residence address
landlord as well as student. Only specified In the university's a broader area of responsibility."Each with the Cff-Campus Housing Office
the section concerning student off-campus housing standards F .- single, undergraduatewoman on a form provided by that
regulations has to be passed by shall be subject to disciplinary student must have permission office, not later than the first
the senate and the president, how action." in advance from the Univer- week of classes at the beginningof
ever. sity Housing Office for off-campus each term of school and shall
"I think students will know better (The university's off-campus -- -- residence for any given period of register with the same office any
where they stand and what their housing standards regarding tenant CARL OPP school. Such permission will not subsequent change of address made
rights and responsibilities are if responsibilities are as follows: 5. Pay rents and other charges be granted to students under 21 during a school term within seven
these regulations are approved," 1. Keep quarters in clean and when due and pay for any repairsor without a parent's signed statement ((7) days after the change Is made.
Carl Opp,head of off-campus house orderly condition at all times; services resulting from their ." The old regulation required Failure to register or registrationof
ing, said. 2. Use housing for residence Improper use of facilities or equip- parents' approval for all a false address will subject the
purposes only, In accordance with ment; students of and student to "
lIe said there wasn't much new regardless age, disciplinary action.
In the revisions pertaining to stu- the limitations established by the 6. Leave quarters In clean routed the request through the ("We don't know where some of
dents. "This is mostly clarifl- landlord; and orderly condition and check Dean of Women's office. our students are," Opp said, "and
3. Obtain advance permissionfrom out with the landlord when Vacating -
Four completely new regulationsare there are parents whodon'telther.
the landlord for any activities ; to be added to the list: This way we can act as a locator
or usages not expressly 7. Give proper notice in accordance Listed Housing: "Single stu- service and also check on housing
agreed upon in the original ren- with the rental agree- dents under 21 years of age may facilities much more easily.")
tal; ment or Florida statutes governing live only In housing accomoda- "Required Removal: Any student -
4. Don't sub-let quarters to tenancy at will when terminatinga tlons which are listed with the except those living at home

another tenant without advance, rental.) university except students living in may be required to move from
written permission from the landlord The regulation formerly read: their own home or in the homesof housing accommodations which,
; "All students living In off-campus their parents or guardians." upon Inspection, are found to be

detrimental or potentially dangerous -
to his welfare."
dJ.M "General Conduct and Social

Activities: All students shall con-
duct all their activities In their

STATEREPRESENTATIVE housing accommodations with responsible -
regard for their neighbors -
and neighborhood and shall
observe the respected ethics and
rules of conduct of the Universityand
f the Gainesville community.
4' ---_. Violations shall be subject to disciplinary
: "
; < action.
," ,' .""f. (Under this three
3 r,'' p"s are important
a 4q" IH3: Voted by ,Itjiilatlve collaetue 'In sacral ballet sub-paragraphs:)
membtr of iiccnd moil affKtlve .Initiative
'I LEGISLATIVE doltgatlonl "Hours and Numbers: Any activity
or gathering of students which
HONORS J7i Voted by eipiT.I, lejlilttlva ctrrtipondtnl .f disturbs the neighbors or the neigh-
\ : the Florida Press a' on* .! Iho ten mOil vein-
borhood by reason of the numbersof
.bl, mtmbon If tho Mouio of Mapniontativt
:Jt, : persons Involved, the noise or
Il5li Voted. 1 br Lo7lilallT Colleaguea In eecrel ballot a member of the disturbance created, a lack of
cond most effective three
... &. '"' Voted by capital leglalatlve man correipondenla loqiilatlr el delegation.the Florida Preae good taste, or the lateness of the
". .' .. Reprelentatlre.*. tan molt vaJuabU m mb.'. of Ihi Houee of hour shall be deemed a violationof

< Belt Voted br leaUlativo colleaquee In aeeret ballot aa a member of this policy,";
Weg M OAf "" fuf Voted Ih. mOlt by.ff.c'ly capital Ihre.leglalative man d.I'9allon.correipondente(ALLEN of the MORRIS Florida AWARD Preae) "Visitors and Guests: Single

2:PI on.,. ,'..ilh,..*. Un moil "O'uable' members of the Houie of student tenants may not receive
.. 1963. Valid by 'I'CJlllael. colleagues In tecret ballot a member ol the visits from persons of the oppo-
a lAJOfJ ti file w' 1 Voted mOlt elf.e'by '''* thr.* man dtl'9allon. (ALLEN MORRIS AWARD) site sex in their residence units
capital J'ilatlT' "Pondents of the Florida
... prV
Pr oa one of moil yaluable mombera of Ih. Home of except when such ,visits are per-
R.pra.ntati..s. (B'ctl"d Ihe 'larqllt numbs of ..
any mitted by the landlord householder
([and remember,only Ban makes Weejunil) !) '"- 'rwr RWMII)
Valid buy. th Editors of, the dar!! ".W P<'P.'. of Florida a. ih. or resident manager, and
Hunnor .
for the St. P ..
f' award for the moat vluable
: Member of the Home of Repreientatlvea for ..,,tee to Florida. are made under circumstanceswhich
'\< propriety." (WSA regulations,
which do not permit girls and boysto
1 be alone in each other's residences
RALPH without proper chaperonage -

will probably be supercededby
this part of the regulation.)

"t. ; "Student Tenant Responsibility:
mNJ Th s'lKkrt! !t t tenant! or tenant having -

< TURLINGTwiCAMPUS legal possession ot ttttlrWUau I S
unit Involved shall be held strictly
responsible for complying with

ACTIVITIES these policies and controlling the
conduct of any person or persons
who come Into the unit or onto
!J Business Manager Florida Alligator 1941-42. Its premises by the Invitation or

>' or record hop. in \Xtejnn Member Executive Council 1940-41. consent of the tenant or tenants."

>on're in pirtut tempo' President Baptist Student Brotherhood 1941. (If your pal Joey breaks a window,
Only! Vk'iiiunn un male. : von (eel 1 .o Intramural Debate Trophy Winner 1940. you're responsible.)
exactly! right uith their conlorljbleclioti .
Member Florida Blue Key. At present, the changes are to
elegance' poised CKUI styling
EDUCATION AND TRAINING become effective Sept. 1, but since
and hand-sewn nioiciiin
vamp. they are mostly merely clarifica-
The: only thin "HIM like. Vteciun' I in Faculty Member University of Florida 2% years. tions of existing attitudes and policies .

another pair. \\njun. 'ou're to smart B.S.B.A. University of Florida, M.B.A. Harvard. they provide a guide now for.
not to settle tor less' 4.00 Average tho student who wants to keep his
University College, 3.9 Average as
nose clean.
undergraduate.Phi .
The changes have been In the
Kappa Phi, Beta Gamma Sigma, Phi Eta Sigma. making since the Off-Campus

Housing Office was started,In 1955.
They were approved by the Committee
on Student Housing and the
Only Bau moAn Vierjunt IO. Born GalnesTllle 1920. Married two school age children. Committee on Student Orientationand

..... Parenta MM. and the lat. Dr. l I. E. Turlington. ,,
.H.B.a ss i CO..I l f M.M .wm. .M.r. May B. Turlington relations before going to the
Baptist Exchange Club. Elki. Past President oi Alachua Heart entire Senate.

Council. V.F.W., American Legion.Vitf'an The entire revised program for

U. S. Army World War II and Korean War. off-campus housing Includes

nntg axt Jaycee Man ol Tear and V. .W. Distinguished Cltlienshlp physical and management standards
awards 1953. for landlords (now in first-

1123 West University Ave. Own.r. Ralph Turllnqton Insurance: Agency. paid political I l t l l advertisement draft form, and),an uniform off-campus rental housing agreements

committee.doyAby .


Page 4 The Florida Alligator l i Friday,May 1,1964


Registration VALUE! T sr Vv BED PILLOWS I

an incomplete

Never peels down, to never
jigsaw puzzle needs "fluffing"! At this low
', price get soft new piBowslor
every bed!

rrr USEFUL -




L For easysummer .

living . t ; ,, .

2 for 99P :

Registration at the UF Is not
unlike trying; to fit a Jigsaw puzzle Convenient assortment lt SAVE
together with half of the pieces includes" picnic
missing and the other half dup- sets, salad sets, refrigerator 1
licated twice. containers, i 1d ,. t
See cube trays decanters
In our brief stay In Florida Gym pi+c......, de- e,"

last week, we had a chance to talk sets center, dand h.tumbler. ., a Ut
with one young lady who completed
her registration la something near .
eight hours and another young man .
who signed up for three courses

which all come at the same time. CAST ; .
Students have always complained
that registering was usually the ALUMINUM c .

toughest Job one faced during his COOKWARE.
SPECIAL! Regular $695
academic year but since the trimester '
,. system was hatched two mmXI ;
years ago, both complaints and the
process of signing up for one's .
courses have been getting progressively DINNERWARE SET

The courses worse.that students needed 988 +
$ } This pattern it perfect for
sometimes very desperately to =
take this summer were somehowall .i every d.y and every occasion
offered at the same time or 7 Pc. Set Consists; of four each 44
.v of dinner plates bread $5
already full. Trip after trip to NCHNf' hammortd d. i9.
one's counselor was necessary, heavy cart ............ 2 end and butters, tea cups and
much to total frustration of both I ... covered sauc. pans, 4 .;:+ saucers, in a 16-piece
Dutch own. lOVrmcfcfrv .
student and counselor. and I heatproof fUtt j&5'Qt service for four. Add to

Usually, it was not what course clpan it anytime! SET OF 16 PCS.
the student would LIKE to take
or WANTED to take NEEDED
to take, but rather what "would ANNIVERSA Y

We wonder how many students

had their counselor tell them,"OK i special value! '
now you need a sixth period Monday -

Wednesday and Friday to finish -
out your schedule, pick anyone t D
of those." Sadly enough, It i ; ;
often left the student with a small PLASTIC

choice between courses be could
not stand and those that were as Y DRAPES ;

far from his field as Satan is from I ,
Heaven. t with MATCHING
tl : VALANCE _
It is not our objective here to
i t
suggest a better way to register 1t c
I the thousands of students that must F,
be assigned courses and sections 4' p 2 PHS 990
in a short space of time before i: !

classes open. TRAY TABLES
We are merely asking the administration T -
s ..., __ IUI t
if there isn'tTHING crr (..utiful plastic drtpet 17 i incKM 1 L
that can be done to make long with em-.eI film Servf lII.tlS.or mask _r.' 84*
.tnty'r,. s,, .bh for rooms you pU as. with .'*.. Tray it
the registration process a little a and vip c\w"! "s ii any I v with i U'/' ? by 22IA inches, t.bl. H
more like something that was conceived { d.mp cloth no washing' 24 NIChes high. Gay dlSii'!
by rational man. K- no ironmg! C h e i c. of floral Folding. .._kg. SAVE 1S<
scent and "kits print" p.H'rnsm y
We do not know mho Is responsible
many g'y. attractive; colon. k
for the "organization"of l 3 4nch sid, p. M 11 I( compltt "
registration. If it is the IBM with a 36.9-4nck ..lene,. At
machine, then we think maybe it J this omdow price.of. your gt enough home I for very -

has a screw loose. If mortal ....Ya
man is responsible, perhaps he
is suffering from the sam disease.In .
summary, let us ask Tigert REGULARLY $6.95 199 t

Hall: Is the current UF registration NOW ONLY ;-::... _
process an example of the

organization and efficiency with J1.SAVE $1.96' t-t:
which this great institution of -
higher learning is operated TOP QUALITY ADJUSTABLE ..tii,4

We hope not.

Club Rendezvous t \ IRONING TABLES AT L. _


Rendezvuu* opens its sum-
mer season tonight at eight with! PAD and COYER SETS

It's Dances"Welcome will Dance.be held" in Club tlfoty., F.wwus G. C. MURPHY CO.II Kir k fll..1.I e t I I.nI $"Y4 7

Rendezvous of the Florida Union fir Seywwr+ Ireaw }
until the trimester break in June, M \ Northwest 6th t. h fcf'.:I saes standard'tlg .

and then they will take the formof WU c.p-..d for glove-tight fit REG. i 1.1t

Street Dances fox the rest of

the trimester.

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-- .-- .-.--- FridayMay 1,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 5


"IN OUR 29th YEAR" Open Friday, May 1 1st 9 to 9 Our set's upset

225 W. UNIVERSITY AVENUE Free Parking One Hour -

on the huge 1 1st FederalMEN'S &y TENA DLEDSOE The counseling center deals with
more long-range problems of a
SUITS bank parking lot. (Editor's Note: Mental Health vocational or personal nature.
.Wee ends tomorrow. This story, Landsman believes the two are
Genuine Savings on Quality written by a recent graduate, explores often tied together.
the special emotional pro- "If a student has trouble with
OVER 500-SUITS AND COATS TAKEN blems of college students) vocational decisions, he may have
Clothing and Furnishings. trouble making lots of other decisions -
College students as a group have also. This vocational pro-
more emotional and adjustment blem would be Just one instance of
9 Natural Shoulder and Conventional Styles
problems than other groups, according the general Inability to make decisions -
e Pleat and Plain Front Models. to Murray J. Landsman, or commit himself to
clinical psychologist of the Uni- something."
55% Dacron and 45% Wool -- versity Counseling Center. A student Is usually seen for

Shorts Landsman believes the college three 40-50 minute periods. But
e Regulars, Longs,
student Is In an unique and often he Is seen as long as he needsto
REGULAR PRICE $59.95 troublesome position--old enoughto be, Landsman stressed.
be Independent but usually tied "We give a student undivided
to his parents' purse strings. attention, unlike a UC counselor,
This often causes a conflict who often has to run them througha
$4980Many between what a student wants to line.
do and what his parents think he "What we try to do Is to help
I'A should do.Further. the students realize the Important
complications are added variables. Then they have to make
c #; + by the "growing pains" of finding the decisions."
Available With oneself and adjusting to university The majority of students seen

Extra Trousers life, says Landsman. are lUCs, 2UCs, and graduate
These and other reasons last students.
year sent over 1,300 UF studentsto The lUCs and 2UCa are generally
Price 1495 seek help with their emotional trying to adjust to college life
Pr. problems.And The graduate students are far
._w&A. according to clinical psychologist enough along In life that they have
Everett E. Hall of the to make definite decisions and this

Infirmary, the number of students can cause stress.
looking for help Is increasing lIall "We see a real Increase of
GROUP 2' says UF students are becomingmore students, after the first progresstest
r aware that help Is available and then right before finals,"
Landsman said. "There are a lot
on campus.
Regular 5500 4580GROUP
The student is trapped In a of students who have been kidding
stress-filled atmosphere which themselves, but reality is becom-
3 M tends to stimulate emotional and ing very clear. They can see the
adjustmental problems. handwriting on the wall," he ex-
*. w Often students can't cope with plained.
Regular 3995 3380 all of these problems. That's The counseling center Is trying
where the University Counseling group therapy for adjustmental
Center can step In and help. problems and anticipates using
The university counseling centeris more of It. The Individual usually
staffed by four\ full-time clinical starts off alone and then joins
psychologists and also has the a group.In .
services of a part-time consulting group Interaction, studentssee
2 SELECTED GROUPS. DACRON-WOOL psychiatrist couple of full-time the similarity of their pro-
Interns, and several practicing Urns and can profit by each
DACRON-COTTON, 100% COTTON students. other's experiences Another advantage -

Landsman says that because of .Is that one psychologistcan

Reg. 2995 22 80 } the terminology"University Coun- work with more students.
seling Center," students often Incorrectly "Right now everything is on a
confuse It with the aca- first come, first serve basis and
demic advisors of the University we have a long waiting list.
Reg. 35 2580 College. "If students put off seeking help,
"They aren't the same thing at they have less chance of getting
all. We don't tell students what effective service, and the situation -
course to take, like academic advisors may get worse before we can
SELECTED GROUP in the University College see them."
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Page 6 The Florida Alligator FridayMay; 1,1964about i

How some help for HC r64 ?

Work on Homeiomi'ig '64 Is be- needed to fill positions ranging He encouraged all students who
Slnnjig now and the big chiefs of from general and committee chairmen wish work to fill out an application,
the gigantic weekend need help--- to typists. All positions have obtainable in the Blue Key office,
and lots of 1LAccording a common requirement---willing- 314 Florida Union. Deadline for
ness to work and time to spend turning in applications is May 8.
to Chip Block,Florida in preparing for the gigantic weekend -
Blue Key member, students are he said.
The real work behind Home-
coming will begin Immediately after -
staff positions are filled,Block
said. A general chairman will
------- --- -----
be named next week to coordinatethe
work of all personnel, com-
mittees and divisions. Y

Blue Key is responsible forgetting -
plans underway until the gen-
eral chairman and division beads -- -- --
are named, according to Block.
administrate the areas of Gator SOUTH CAROLINA.
r akin
Growl, clerical work, alumni affairs -
special functions, finance,
promotion, technical wort. Homecoming -
parade, honored guests, a *
Florida Blue Key Banquet, flori-
da Blue Key Smoker, personnel
and administration.Block .

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among the most crucial In
making a successful Homecoming.
'T' The weekend's slogan is an annual -
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by Governor Farris Bryant and his '

cabinet. ,

The Gator Growl script will be !
written this summer and the three-
/1 M hour show will need creative, Interested / \1
"2 writers, Block stated.The .
three Homecoming princesses
will be scheduled to make appearances -
at various Florida towns
and cities after their selection
early In the fall.

Also In the area of longrangeplanning
Is the work of the FInancial -
Division, responsible for
coordinating the spending of over
$27,000 to finance the weekend.

Students with a particular interest -
or talent may Indicate the
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V W Luggage Rack 2 years old. Five blocks from University. Large furnished room with bath,
[ For I $15.00. ..F.Munroe,271-5 Schucht I I Apartment or big furnished room, separate entrance. Close to cam
Salefor Village, FR 2-5152. (A-135-2t-c). For RentSmall private bath, air conditioner, for pus. 204 N. W. 25th St.FR 2-9631
two and small room for one. Call (B-13S-U-c).
sale Large wooden office Hi-Fi speaker In walnut enclosure. furnished CCB cottage,Bed FR 2-0809 5:00 p.m. 105 N W
desk, reasonable. Phone 376-7981 Performs like $100 speakers.Original room, electric kitchen, tile 7th Terrace. (B-1 34-2t-p).
7p.m. Real
cost $70. Will part for $30. shower. Linda Ann Court South Will the boy who called FR 2- ]

1953, 10 lIP. Mercury outboard Need cash. Call Don Federmanat Ocala Road. Quiet, Cool and 3748 last Saturday about an apartment -
motor-Model KG-7 Student Publications (Ext. 2832)or Shady, couple preferred $50 per please call back. (B- Law Professor selling spacious
cane. This motor used with at home 2-7318. 1933 N. W. month. FR 6-5826 (B-134-3t-c). 135-lt-c). 3 bedroom home, Study,1-1/2 bath,
small boat will a 4th Ave., Apt. C. (A-135-tf-nc). attic fan, built In drawers, vanity
pull a skier. Call
Bob Adams at FR 6-3925 after Available now Nice quiet, cool, Two apartments for rent 1/2 and much storage. $80 per month
6 p.m. (A-135-2t-nc). One pair beige draw-drapes and comfortable, large room for one or block from campus. Air condi- many extras,negotiate equity. FR-
rod tailored for Schucht or Corry two males or adult women, or tioned, Danish modern furniture, 6-2775, 1062 N. E. 4th Ave. (I-
Williamson HI fidelity Stereo Poser Village apartments. $17.00. Call couple. See at 202 N W 12th 1 bedroom, kitchen equipped. Call 1 34-tf-c).
Amplifier with separate regulated FR 2-3997 after 5. (A-135-lt-c). Terrace. Call FR 6-5368 or FR 372-6309. (B-135-It-c).
power supply. Perfect con 6-2100 (3-134-3t-c). LAND IS THE BASIS OF ALL
dition. Chassis Includes meters ROTC Students spray shine works WEALTH, AND REAL
clean ESTATE
Two bedroom kitchen equipped,
and jacks for easy adjustments.This on mens and womens shoes. Will WITH THE HIGHEST PROFIT
completely furnished apartments. room In a new home, kitchen privileges RETURNS -
equipment Is strictly pro- pass inspection. Money back guar phone 372-8944 or 376- IS YOUR BEST INVEST-
One-half block from Law School.
fessional, the finest made. Call antee. Can lasts 30 to 50 shines. MENT. PERSONS INTERESTEDIN
1236 S W 1st Ave. FR 6-0865. 6064. B-135-lt-c).
: ext. 2832 for Gary Burke, 9 a.m. 376-8968. (A-135-3t-O. REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
I McCall(B-134-2t-c).
to 4 Mondays thru -
p.m. Fridays. Clean Private room men only INCLUDING: SMALL ACREAGE
(A-135-tf-ncJ. Two cool semi-private rooms on
GATOR CLASSIFIEDS $20 per month 1614 N. W. 3rd ,
100 LP Stereo Records, both classical sunporch. $25 per month each. Place, FR 2-2946 before 5:30. INVESTMENT PROPERTIESIN
and popular. Call FR 2-3811 PAY OFF! 1220 S W 1st Ave. Call after 3 After 5:30 FR 2-7366. (B-135- THE GAINESVILLE AREA CAN
1 p.m. to 4 p.m. (A-135-f) p.m. FR 2-4028.(B-134-2t-c). 3t-c). REACH ME AT 376-6461 or 372-
--- 5940 AT ANY TIME. WAYNE D.
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air conditioned, electric kitchen. REALTY, 2910 N. W. 13TH ST.
2 Smash Color Hits 'w'.' Open 6:30; show at 7:20 N. W. 17th St. and 3rd Ave. $90 (I-135-tf-c).
Come as late as 9:14 and per month 372-6243 Call after
I 5:30 p.m. (B-135-2t-c). Immediate occupancy, assume
still BOTH !
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j New Modern Beach House. Immediate Charming 2 bdrm. CCB home,
I SPECIAL! occupancy. 7 ml. from 2-1/2 years old, 10 minutes to

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-- S bleweed dows, concrete drive, payments
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(B-135-3t-c). Terrace, West Park, See it today!

Furnished apartment, suitable for
couple or three students. $75 per
I month plus utilities 403 N. E. I Autos I
9th St. Call FR 6-2721 or 495-
2312. (B-135-lt-c).
1963 Oldsmobile Jetfire, Factoryair

. as he HEELS put on in 5 minutes transmission conditioning; supercharged; Four-speed engine -

1 \ i joins his SOLES put on in 15 minutes Excellent condition. Call
---- John Pierson FR 6-3790. (G-
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across From 1st notional bank 1951 Plymouth Station Wagon.$135.
fora New tires. FR 6-6015. (G-135-

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to . clutch, new brakes, new electri-
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CLASSIFIEDS FridayMay 1,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 9 I

ing coach and captain of over twenty constitution j

Wanted I military Philadelphia and civilian Country teams Club(Including -, A new

V Maryland Polo Club and Divisionand
roommate wanted to share Regimental Teams) keep it at
Male Is different In that
2-3748 evenings. Tepee Ranch train it By ED BARBER by society and is". a Vehicle of ,
[ apartment. FR to polo, and old one was designed basically fora
Staff Writer that society's Improvement by
have it providing
I(-134-3t-c). where you can ride It after small university. It was draftedat
class? for that society the capa-
roommates,for After years of writing and rewriting city for enlightened and respon- a time when the number of students -
2 girl : Charges
reasonable for
Wanted care and
faculty and colleges were
trimester of submitting and con- sible self-criticism which will ,
3-A. $50 per training. Compared with
Trt. care much smaller.
fering, the university has a new from
and tele- prevent society losingits
utilities, alone in
Includes rent, a nearby county. "Of since that time the
constitution. the
Replacing con- dynamic character and falling
call Tessieat
If interested Terry has finished his spring duties
phone. -
2298 between stitution adopted in 1949, the final victim to Intellectual and moral population
F3 6-3261, Ext. planting, and trained another horse have tremendously. Because -
phases of the new constitution were decay. .
and 5 o'clock or for himself, and can take a few of details
8 of the huge amount -
voted into last the constitution's format
being night by The new
after 5. (C-134-2t-c). individuals, or pairs, of studentsin Involved, there is sometimes
The Senate 1 stone
university Senate. shows at e a important
all branches of horsemanship-- Constitution Committee of whichDr. change the old constitution listed a breakdown In communication
Nice girl to share apartment,pre in which he has won more top tween levels of administration,
Frederick Hartmann, head of all the colleges, schools and departments -
ferably between the ages of 20 honors than anyone else since among colleges, and even departments I
the Political Science Department, within the body of the
i to 30. Call FR 2-1401 or FR 2- Gleasen invented "
his War Bridle. he said.
Is secretary, has been working on constitution itself, along with other ,
1391. (C-135-3t-c). Present students range from "One of the main aspects of
the revision since the Spring of details. Each time there were
two years to fifty-four years of 1960. changes or additions, the consti- the constitution is decentralization
Two male students to share 2 age and include free instructionof of authority and responsibility.
"The constitution has to conform tution had to be amended by the
bedroom house with kitchen 6 miles tiny children with their stu- with the Board of Control Policy Senate. impossible for a president to holdIn

west of campus. Contact Bob at dent mothers, student wives,grad- Manual," said Dr.Hartmann,"and "The new constitution has a his head all the details involved -
FR 6-8327 or FR 6-0800. (C- uate students and professors.Five it turned out that the new con- very important improvement in in administering an institution "

135-2t-p). lJ dollars for a single or stitution, drafted In 1962, was in this realm," Hartmann continued, of this size. But the new
four apiece for a double aptitude conflict with the manual on various "in that the principles for various constitution provides a method of
WANTED -- One beauty operatorfive test and demonstration of advanced polrls.: Because of the time involved colleges and departments shall be self-government by the faculty."

days per week. Call Blanch'sat horsemanship, whether you are a In close consultation with in the form of bylaws, which the Under the new constitution, the
FR 2-1581. (C-135-4t-c). former rider or have no experi the Board, and the enormous physi- Senate will make to take care of Senate has elected commissions,

ence. cal aspects of the drafting Itself, such details. This gives the Sen- including a steering commission.It .
AIR CONDITIONED COMFORT.Need At age t>0 Terry Price Is still it has taken until now to completethe ate the opportunity to change these will now have two:agendas, informational -
roommate for 2 bedroom duplex going strong but during fewer hours Job." details without amending the con- and action.'Pre lous-

at 825 N, E. 8th Ave. $50 than in his twenties and thirties, The first difference noted ,when stitution, as long as the changesare ly, all items presented on the Senate -
per month includes rent, utilities, so late applicants may be disap- viewing the new document is the within the framework of the agenda were for action, although -
and phone. Marvin Moss, 62365or pointed or have to go on a waiting addition of a preamble which document Itself." many items were of an

Ext. 2986. (C-135-3t-c). list states, In part, that an instituteof Hartmann went on to say that Informative nature.
Colonel Terrill E. (Terry) higher learning is established the "principle" of the new con- The constitution also provides

Price, Tepee Ranch on the Willi- _',...iliUi1h4'I'. !!'''' Gci.USJllfu.4f.... ..r'W. .I .. procedures for evaluating the func-
I L SituationsHave j ston Road. Phone 372-5844 between : _:> ; tions of the faculties. To try and

7 and 9 p.m. for appoint- alleviate a lack of communicationamong

ment. (M-134-3t-c). Academic freedomUnder the faculty, evaluation
your own business while In through committees will survey
college. Stamp and aspirin ma- what's being done and how to make
R-U-B-Y has moved to Gaines-
chines. Locations furnished.writeS. Article V The improvements. This will take
ville. ALTERATIONS of all kinds ( Faculty)
A. Shafer, 3506 N. W. llth Ave. --across street from administration place at least every five years for

(F-135-lt-p). building at 1238 S. W. 3rd "Section I. ACADEMIC FREEDOM. The policy each department and at least every

Ave. Phone 6-8506. (M-135-F-c). of academic freedom governing the University of seven years for each school. The
Students and housewives wanting Florida is as set forth In the Board of Control policy committees will be partly elected

extra Income Interested in work Shirts carefully laundered to order statement (reprinted in full In the University Policy from within the unit, but the ma-
part-time call 6-8968 from 8 a.m. and Ironed by hand. See Mil- Manual). The following principles are quoted there- jority of members will be selected
to 12 E-135-3t-c from outside the Irea -
noon everyday. ( ). from
dred at Gator Groomer, 1618 N.W. :
1st Ave. next to University Branch "The Board of Control as the legally constituted ted."This
Post Office. (M-135-tf-c). agency for policy making and supervision of the State will give an opportunity
I Services ] universities believes that academic freedom and responsibility for each unit to present its view,
Child care by day or week pre- are essential to the full developmentof while also receiving a fresh approach -

ferably 2 or 3 children by week a true university and apply to teaching, researchand from the outside," Hart- "-
Welcome to the Summer Tri- for next two years. Home with creativity. In the development of knowledge, mann said. "We want to be sure

mester. large back yard. 372-6950, 3026N. research endeavors and creative activities, a univer- of communication from top to bot
Are you going to miss that W. 13th St. (M-134-4t-c). sity faculty and student boyd must be free to culti- tom."
favorite horse you left at the old MM M MMV H M MMH MM MMM HMM-**' vate a spirit of Inquiry and scholarly criticism and Committees on the departmental -

ranch? Got Classified ? to examine ideas in an atmosphere of freedom and level will make recommendations -
Why not bring It to Gainesvilleand a confidence. A similar atmosphere is required for for chairmanship of a de-

have Colonel Terrill E.(Terry) Extension 2832 university teaching. Consistent with the exerciseof partment. Before, except for a

Price, U. S. Army, retired, play- academic responsibility a teacher must have free- few departments which elected or

I I dom in the classroom in discussing his subject. The rotated chairmen, there was no
University student must likewise have the opportunityto provision for selection of a new

study a full spectrum of ideas, opinions and beliefs department chairman.
f Y
so that he may acquire maturity for analysis and "The ideal constitution should
and skillful of such make both the conservatives and
judgment. Objective exposition
See What'sThe New in matters in the duty of every teacher. the liberals on campus a little unhappy -

"The established policy of the Board of Control ," Hartmann said. "This we
continues to be that the faculty member must fullfll seem to have done in the new

his responsibility to society and to his professionby constitution. The conservatives
Browse Shop manifesting academic competence, scholarly dis- view It with a little alarm because -

cretion, and good citizenship. The university teacherIs centralized authority seemsto
a citizen, a member of a learned profession, and be watered down. On the other
hand the liberals tend to be Impatient -
Qualify PaperbacksVENUS an academic officer of an educational institution. lie ,
and we're wasting
should be constantly mindful that these roles may be say more
and he should therefore time by creating more committees.But .
Inseparable In the public view, ,
at all times exercise appropriate restraint and good if you have a big institution,
better get a lot of people
IN THE KITCHEN .Bey judgement.
into the act of governing it, or

LYRICS & POEMS & BALLADS .Heine J ".'.,', ,f.;J'h"I.. {.(.. J." ,,'.t.. ', that same lack of communicationwill
in and there will be
dissension. I would set that downas
ASSASSINATION BUREAU .London The FloridaALLIGATOR a'rule of government.

GEORGIA BAY Caldwell .'



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Page 10 The Florida Alligator FridayMay 1,1964. I

I May Dayhonors SpringBy fJhEg L ft: /1/\.

good fJa1.te.(
ERNIE UTZ The Pilgrims,upon arrival here, Df
Associate Editor wanting a complete change from
their historical past, frowned upon
the May Day activities. Their
Tra la, tra la. .and harken Puritanical sophistry defied all
the spring arriveth. that dared to challenge the cele- I
Every May 1 arises celebrationsfor bate heritage.Yet I
the arrival of that noble institution I
Springtime. Hearts twit- even today, despite the cur- I,
ter, birds flutter, and children tailment of the Puritans, May Day
scatter. is still celebrated.

Mostly on May 1,however,children The young children of our ele-
scatter in circles around the mentary schools still frolic and
traditional May Pole. This annual romp merrily around the most f
affair is carried on every yearin ancient of fertility symbols, and BOX BOUNTIFUL
many schools throughout the ERNIE LITZ we gayly join in, for to surviveis $2.00 PER IB
United States and other countries.It's to propogate, and we all must TNt 0TN[ OYTM
The gay colors of Spring, represented maintain and continue the civilization ZMO
history Is rather colorful on the May Pole,remind and the species.
and intoxicating. us of the flowers and new vege- _.-.
tation of Spring, the pure, unex-
Such beautiful colors of spring; plored depths of nature and humanity -
the yellows and reds, the sweeping -- ah, sweet wilderness!
arches of the streamers from the
The dancing around the May
May Pole, gleefully being pulledby
Pole, their festivities, are to Insure -
little children laughing and
good crops and happiness,

shouting Their Innocence their little and pleasures.virginity isa person actually or symbolized doll. by a living IT'S TRADE t TRAVEL TIME AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'S

breathless sight, a job behold. The French consider the monthof
Their sweet unblemished faces May sacred,and they commemorate -
unaware of anything but their immediate it to the Virgin Mary, in
passions. religious significance.


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the Auburn Tigers meet Earlier this season the two a sophomore last year, has posteda ":.".'{f
Gator baseballers this after- powers met In a two-game f.j
i seriesat 5-3 mark so far this season.
bn at 3 p.m. and again tomorrow Auburn, In which the ators cap-
at Perry Field, the tured the Anderson, one of the league's
2 p.m. opener by a 4-2 count
jtmplonshlp of the Eastern Dillon while the Tigers came back to hurlers, has struck out
36 men In 37
Innings, and has an
of the Southeastern Con- snatch the second game, 8-2.
earned run of 0.97.
ence will be at stake. Auburn brings to town severalof average
?very season for the past fivers the top hitters In conference The Gator hitting punch thus
[ the; crucial two-game Play In a ptv.er-packed lineup. far this season has been chiefly

rles has either ,determine who Jimmy Martin (.340), Jimmy supplied by veterans Jim Duncan,
j the conference's Eastern title Barfield (.325)), Otis Bibb (.309) Earl Montgomery and Dave Por- :i(
[ knocked both teams out of the and Ronnie Baynes (.307)) lead ter, along with newcomers Bill .. f'f1 "
the Blomgren and Tom Shannon.
: heavy-hitting Tiger attack. :..!
e.uburn currently leads the dl- A feature of this Tiger team Captain Duncan Is second In
Lion with a 10-4 record but the has been the outstanding pitchingof batting (.274) and has 15 runs

(tors trail the Tigers by only ace Jimmy Crysel, a top pros- batted In while Montgomery Is right
-a-game with a 9-4 mark. pect for AU-SEC honors. Cryselhas behind him with a .273 mark and
posted a 7-1 mark so far this 14 RBI's -- Porter, the dependable ;kr Q.

year and downed the Gators witha catcher Is hitting .269, and leads
three-hit performance earlier the team in extra base hits with 9. .

this season. Sophomore right fielder Blom- ivT'r7
The other likely Tiger starting gren Is batting .250 and leads the
pitcher will be sophomore flre- conference In runs batted In with Ira
plan now for baller Duke Shackleford. 21, while first baseman Shannon
Coach Fuller plans to counter paces the Gator hitting attack witha '
A SUMMERSEMESTER with pitchers Danny Eggart and .292 average and Is second In runs

Charlie Anderson In an attemptto scored (15)).

IN THE stall the Auburn hitting attack. Capacity crowds of 3,000 are
Eggart, an All-SEC selection as expected for both games.


The George University Washington Torrid Nationals race seenMuch

TWO TERMSJune speculation has been cast their eleven decisions, but have L; ,
15-July21 concerning the possibilities of a won their last three games and-
torrid, down-to-the-wire pennant stand 5-11 for the season.
classroomsand battle in the National League.At .
library least four teams have been San Francisco,with Willie Mays,
Housing residence available halls in student mentioned as possibilities to win Orlando Cepeda, and Willie Me- f rF
the Covey In the lineup, has the most
championship; Los Angeles -
Urban four
campus just 'powerful hitting team In baseball
blocks from the White House San Francisco, St. Louis, ,
and Philadelphia. and if the pitching holds up the
write for catalogue:
Dean of theSummer The Los Angeles Dodgers, of Giants could go all the way this
George SessionsThe course, are the odds-on favoritesbut year. A preseason trade with
WllhlnftonUniverSIty .MGM.'o Injuries and a hitting slump Milwaukee brought hurlers Bob
Hendley and Bob Shaw to the Giant
Washington, D.C. opt have pushed the World ChampionsInto k
20006 the cellar at the present time. staff, which should greatly aid the

a; ;. With Sandy Koufax' and Johnny pitching department.St. Mr'f i F a+ {t.

TTHe Podres out of pitching rotation Louis features baseball'sbest
George for several weeks the Dodgerswill
all-around Infield, and a talented -
have to rely on youngstersNick young outfield. Catcher Tim $ \
Wilhite and Phil Ortega to .. ,
McCarver Is the best young receiver -
hold up the staff. In the game. '
The Dodgers dropped nine ofThat '

ThA Cardinals will.. m nr1 standv
---- -------- --- ----- -----
pitching to battle for the pennant. -
18-game winners Ernie Brogllo
and Bob Gibson are In shape, but
f t t .II
the rest of the starting rotationIs
not settled. If Ray Washburnsoon
( to be recalled from TripleA eO
In Jacksonville) and Ray Sadeckl

come through, the Cardinals will
be hard to beat.Philadelphia r
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2v Is the National

League's team on the move. Third GATOR PITCHERS DANNY EGGART (5-3) TOP, AND CHARLIE
be the loop's rookie of the year. AUBURN IN A KEY TITLE SERIES TODAY AND TOMORROW AT
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[ GATOR SPORTSFuller's I Mural results announcedLambda

Chi, winner of five of ORANGE LEAGUE STANDINGS ATO BasketballTEP
Gafors nine small fraternity sports,copped 1963-1964 Flag Football, bowling

As the new Sports Editor of the Summer 'Gator, I would now the coveted Blue League champion- 1. Phi Delta Theta. . .828 PKA Handball
like to take this opportunity to urge all Gator athletic followersto ship by amassing a total of 1,097 2. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. .798 DTD Track

cone out and cheer for the baseball team this weekend. points. 3. Sigma Nu. . . .789 The summer sports program as
The Auburn-Florida baseball series has traditionally beena The Fljis of Phi Gamma Delta, 4. Alpha Tau Omega. .748 set up by the Intramural Depart-
colorful one, full of action and exciting right down to the however, won only one sport but 5. Tau Epsilon Phi. .741 ment, will consist of one AllCampus -
last out. was a consistent bracket champion, 6. Phi Kappa Tau. . .715 Tournament with five sports
Head Coach Dave Fuller has built a baseball program at the and finished in second place witha 7. Sigma Chi. . .702 softball, handball, tennis, golf,and
UF that all Gator fans can be proud of. total of 1,037polnts. 8. PI Kappa Alpha. . .650 bowling.All .
In 17 years as head coach, Fuller has produced 15 winning Delta UPSilon was third with 904 8. Delta Tau Delta. . .650 entries (team and Individual)
teams which have given him an amazing coaching record of points. 10. Beta Theta Pi. . 645 must be in to the department,room
301 victories and 148 defeats, a .670 mark -- one of the finest There is some speculation thata 11. Kappa Sigma. . .610 229, Florida Gym, by Tuesday,
records in collegiate baseball. possible realignment of the fra- 12. PI Lambda Phi. . .590 May 5, at 5 pm.
Three Fuller squads have captured conference champion- ternity leagues is forthcoming with 13. Sigma Phi Epsllon. .580 Anyone not on a team may stop
ships and numerous Gator performers have achieved All- Lambda Chi moving into the larger 14. Kappa Alpha. . .520 by the department for placementon
America and All-SEC honors under Fuller's tutelage.Two house Orange League. 15. Alpha Epsilon pi . .485 a team. All students, faculty,
years ago, the Gator baseball team achieved national 16. Theta Chi. .NC. .460 and staff are eligible for partici-
fame by stealing 108 bases, a national college record. Tho BLUE LEAGUE STANDINGS pation.
team won 25, lost only 8, and at numerous times during the 1963-1964 SPORTS WON For further Information go to
season was rated as high as third nationally in the press polls. SAE Volleyball, golf. room 229 at ,the Gym, or call
Last season, the Gators compiled a record of 30 victoriesand 1. Lambda Chi. . J097 SN Water basketball, softball FR 6-3261, Ext. 2889. .
9 defeats (best mark In Florida history). Tom Moore, 2. Phi Gamma Delta. .1030 L: JIi.: _"
Carol Lanous, and Danny Eggart were honored by being selectedto 3. Delta Upsilon. . 904'
the All-SEC team Moore was named to the AllAmericateam 4. Chi Phi. ... . 732
for the second consecutive year,Joining the status achievedby 5. PI Kappa Phi. . .663
such former Fuller-coached Florida greats as Bernie 6. Tau Kappa Epsilon. .641
Parrish, Perry McGrlff and Don Fleming. 7. Delta Chi. . . 599 ,
Once again this season, Fuller has the Gators right In the 8. Pi Epsilon Phi. . .585
heart of the battle for the conference championship.School 9. Alpha Gamma Rho. .475
is only a week old, good weather is on hand, and a 10. Delta Sigma Phi. .470
championship is at stake. Let's all go out and support the 44t
Gators and further along a tradition started back in the fall--- SPORTS WON
be being "FANS WHO CARE."
LXA Water basketball, football, -- -
handball, bowling, golf. t t
Thinclads set for PGD Track. _
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DU Basketball, softball.XP ,
Volleyball.Phi .

AAU title meetThe _
Delta Theta failed to win a
sport In large fraternity competition -
Florida track teams closed George Leach broke the meet but finished high In bracket
out their dual meet season with record of 9.8 In the 100-yard dash play enough times to finish In first
Auburn last Saturday and start with a 9.7 time. The old mark place In the Orange League and gain
their championship meets tomor- was set in 1939 by Francis Kearneyof possession of the President's Cup.
row In Tallahassee for the Flori- Florida and tied often. Leach Phi Delt came on strong duringthe
da AAU Championship. also tied the 220-yard dash mark second trimester gaining the
The Baby Gator cindermen over- of 21.2. John Anderson placed runner-up spot In three sports to
came Auburn 9-6 to end their season second In both events, but was finish with a total of 828 points.
undefeated. The varsity was timed the same as Leach in both Sigma Alpha Epsilon's Llonmen
downed 83-52 to end the dual sea- runs. made it a battle right down to the
son 4-2. Despite the loss, sev- The meet tomorrow night Is finish and ended up with 798 points. xtl
eral record breaking perform- hosted by FSU and will Include Perennial power Sigma Nu finished Y
ances were turned in. teams from Miami, Tampa, the third, Alpha Tau Omega y.
Captain Pete Rowe broke the University of Georgia and the Atlanta fourth, and powerful Tau Epsilon
school and meet record for the Striders. Coach Percy Beard Phi ended up In the fifth position.One THIS FLEET-FOOTED PHI DELT BACK SPEEDS ON HIS WAY DOWN
330-yard intermediate hurdleswith said, "The Tallahassee Athletic of the league's oldest tra- THE SIDE-LINE TO A TOUCHDOWN. PHI DELT, ORANGE LEAGUE
a 38.6 clocking. The pre- Club will probably win the meet ditions came to a halt this season CHAMPION, MADE IT ALL THE WAY TO THE FINALS IN FLAG
vious meet record was set last year because they can combine FSU's when the TEPs failed to win the FOOTBALL BEFORE SUCCUMBING TO TEP 6-0.

by Gary Ash of Florida In 41.0, varsity, freshmen and Ineligiblesand handball championship. It was
while the school record was set due to conference rules, we the first time since 1957 that the
by Bill Roberts against FSU and can't. In effect, we are competing TEP men failed to. win the tro- COMPLETE DINNER
Ga. Tech this season In 39.3. against ourselves." Phy.

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Summer sailing for professionals Georgia Tech, Florida State University will be "school's" site,
MONDAY Golden Brown Fried Chicken
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a start this weekend as the Gator lege and the University of Georgia. ested students to learn the ropesof Baked Ham

Sailing Club prepares for the New While these sailors go through small boat handling through act- TUESDAY Chopped Sirloin Steak or Beef Stew
\. Orleans Southeast Intercollegiate their paces In Louisiana, begin- ual practice on the water. Ridesto
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., 6s The college of pharmacy- .:a iii I

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.rt (Editor's Note: This is the first in an irregularly Pharmaceutical chemistry emphasizes the application -
scheduled series of features on the university'; of chemical know-how to pharmacy. Some of
various colleges and schools.) the courses deal with chemicals used as medicines,
others with the processes and tests used determine
The UF College of Pharmacy meets the highest purity and strength of a chemical or Its pharmaceutical -

standards of phat'maceuticalinstructfonlnthecountry. form.In .
INSIDE UF: A member of the American Association of College; the pharmaceutical chemistry laboratory, students -
of Pharmacy,it fulfills all the association's educationa learn to produce and assay drugs -- the very
THE requirements.The basic prodecure of their profession. Although approximately v-
college is accredited by the American Council 80 per cent of College of Pharmacy
on Pharmacy. Its undergraduate courses are recognized graduates enter retail pharmacy, the pharmaceutical
SCHOOLS by all state boards of pharmacy that require chemistry department also offers a complete graduate
graduation from an accredited school or college of research program. For many years, the departmenthas
AND pharmacy as a prerequisite for examination and regls- Investigated the chemical constituents of medicinal w
tration. plants peculiar to Florida's climate -- known drug

Pharmacy is a five-year program at UF,consisting plants as well as little-known subtropical and tropical
COLLEGES of four trimesters of pre-pharmacy work and slx plants. A ten-acre medicinal plant garden contains
trimesters of professional courses. By going year- approximately 200 different species of plants A 500- c4
round, a student can graduate in three and a thin pound steam still Is available for distillation of
calendar years. aromatic drugs from the garden and surroundingarea.
Upon graduation from University College or its Some sample courses: INORGANIC PHARMACEUTICAL '. -
MONEY equivalent, and addmission to the college, student CHEMISTRY -- the Inorganic compoundsused
j may specialize in one of four principal areas -- In medicine and pharmacy; their official titles, ......_..._>U.

WITHOUT BEING pharmacy, pharmaceutical chemistry, pharmacology. origins physical and chemical properties SPECIALITIES,preparationand ABOVE DR. CHARLES II. DEC-
TIED DOWN TO the chemistry or composition, uses and manufacturers BELOW: MARGARET DROWN,
In pharmacy, students learn dosage forms and' of the -more Important specialities, Including 5PH, WORKS ON EXPERIMENT.
"A JOB" ._ III .their preparation. Some sample courses IncludeFUNDAMENTALS vitamins and hormones found In prescription practice. EXTREME BOTTOM: CHARLES
OF PHARMACY -- systems of Pharmacology Is concerned with an understandingof UAICK, 5PH, LEFT, AND ANTHONY -
weights and measures, fundamental techniques and the action In the body of various drugs. AttentionIs MESSINA, 3PH, TAKE A
processes, and terminology; PHARMACY PREPARA- given to the different ways In which medicinecan TOUR THROUGH THE COL-
TIONS -- syrups, spirits, tinctures, extracts and be Introduced Into the body. Effects of poisonsand LEGE'S MODE PHARMACY.
emulsions. Representative samples of each type are means to overcome them are studied. The pharmacist (PHOTOS BY CAROLYN JOHNSTON -
made in the laboratory; DISPENSING -- methodsf needs such knowledge in order to understand )
compounding and dispensing prescriptions, oi clearly the many highly active medicinal agents he
No Job Interview detecting and overcoming incompatabllities, checking handles, and to be able to discuss them Intelligently Lj
No InvestmentNo and pricing prescriptions; HOSPITAL PHARMACY with physicians. Sample courses Include APPLIED
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The, business big-volume firms.sales are made and research In modern pharmacy. They ALS __ physiology and pharmacology of the
during the summer, and that's ire taken along with certain professional courses endocrine glands.In .
when you have the lime! Free from' the other two departments, pharmaceutical pharmacognosy, the nature and sources of"natural"
Sample Instructions.Ask Album .plus easytofollow chemistry and pharmacognosypharmacology.Manufacturing drugs --: those that are obtained from ,, aHer tA
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Students including actual stu-ex- dd of a complete pilot plant, where laboratories are studied. Some sample courses are PHARMACOGNOSY -
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i l\ Page 14 The Florida Alligator FridayMay 1,1964 t World's Fair trips set

I \t I The Special Projects Committeeof 15, final payment due on or
t LETTERS 1, the Florida Union Board for Stu- before June 1.
dent Activities Is sponsoring two
! 1i Tri-mess alters education trips to the World's Fair this sum- Aug. 10 Tour An initial deposit -
4 mer. The first leaves the Union of $30 Is due by July

I s To hell with the trimester! Pernaps there IS no difference between a June 17 and returns June 26. The 15, final payment due on or
Perhaps I'm whipping a dead horse -- I think degree and an education. I was under the Impression second leaves Aug. 10 and returns before July 25.
not, As long as the trimester exists In its that the university was to provide an Aug. 19. Cost of the nine-day
i, present form it is threat to higher education.The atmosphere in which one learned to think and trip is $95.00.Included Further information may be obtained -
abolishing of the Easter and Spring holidays broaden his outlook and objectivity. We should in the price of the tour In Room 315 of the Florida
Is only a minor result of this system. do more than memorize facts, figures and tech- will be round trip railway fare in Union. Persons desiring to go
\( I began this letter during the heat of finals niques which will be obsolete in a few years. a reserved seat coach; seven days on the trip should sign up there and
\ last trimester and didn't have time to finish We should be learning to think so that we can and nights in a centrally located make initial deposits.
I : it. After finals were over I was exhausted adjust more easily and quickly to this change. hotel (Great Northern Hotel); one
I \, and so relieved that I didn't bother to continue I think these objectives are being missedI -- admission to a Broadway musical;
the letter. Later I rationalized with myself think under this system we are only learningto four admission tickets to the
\ that the trimester was just a horrible night- "get by" -. a poor excuse for an education. World's Fair; transportation of when are
mare and couldn't be as bad as It seemed and I think the university's hallowed halls of learningare baggage in and out of the hotel;
if I waited long enough It would disappear or becoming like the cold corridors of a trade bus transportation to and from 65% and 35%

get better. Well it has neither disappeared school, under the Board of Control, of course. Waldo to the Seaboard Railway good marks?
1 nor gotten better. The trimester still has the Both the student and the professor are being depot.
'. student wrapped in its coils with its fangs exploited under this system. The professors a Union staff members will chape-
1 deadlier than ever. are not responsible for the ills of this system; rone the group and assist in plan-
I agree with Dr. Franklin Clark Fry that they are doing the best that Is possible under ', ning and carrying the schedule of
.' -c
"we are gradually being ground into Impersonality existing: conditions. k. activities.
q by the machinery of the century in Those responsible should reconsider this 'f
'r' which we live." The trimester is an excellent man-made holocaust which was created in the ';1; June J7 Tour An initial deposit \
:, I'ti
example of this. We are serving the trimester name of progress. I feel it is apparent to all '. of $30 is due by May
instead of It serving us. I would say the trimester it has failed and should be abolished. Laws sand )0, ---
tour :
t Is a trl-MESS, with mess being defined plans are made for men, not men made ",
;i by Webster as a "a disorderly or confused for laws and plans. This trimester system UNION MOVIESMAY
", collection or mass of things; hodge-podge; should serve the student rather than the student "
i jumble. What could more aptly describe our the system. What good does it do to cure the 1 and 2: "Gentlemen's
"dear ole trimester?" cold if In the process you kill the patient? As Agreement," starring
It has become a matter of the students against was said long ago -- what profit a man to Gregory P e c k, Dorothy
with the odds the students. The the whole world if he lose his l
time, against gain life? By McGuire, John Garfield, ; fy
student gives all he's got in an effort to make the same token, what profit a man to seekan Celeste Holmes, and Dean f 1
I ;
the almighty grade with no time to consider education if ALL he receives is a degree? Stockwell. 7 and 9 p.m. y + r

"; what he learns or what it means. Under these conditions I propose an S. G. MAY 3 and 4: "Shane,"
Under the trimester it Is not uncommon to Student Action Committee be formed to representthe starring Alan Ladd, Jean
take two, three, or more hour tests per week; student Interest in this problem. After all, Arthur, Van Heflin, Bran-
,, often on the same day. The result Is the student as an interested group we are entitled to be don De Wilde. 7 p.m.
r cramming for one test, taking it;then crammingIn heard in the legislative process--which this MAY 8 and 9: "Horror of
the course in which he has the next test. seems to be. A statistically sound survey Dracula," starring Peter
i No time is allotted for comprehension or un- should be conducted among the students con- Cushing, Michael Gough,
; derstanding. This routine continues the majorityof cerning the injustice. The committee should and Melissa Stribling. 7
the trimester with the well-known "pop report the findings of the survey along witha and 9 p.m.
r quiz" thrown in to spur us on to greater heights petition and whatever else is necessary to
or depths (depending on the point of view). make the students' feelings known to the Board I" ,% j+y %
Along with the tests and quizzes you usually of Control and the state legislature. It is jy. "ti
have two or three term papers due for the time for It to be known that the Board of 'PafrtfritzeGator ;
trimester. When do they expect you to do the Control has too much to control and that
r research -- between tests maybe? education is more than just a part of the political ; ,

I ask you, dear friend; Is this an educationor game. I I 6,
Is it not? I would say not. I would say it Suddenly I feel very ill, but I must not, no I i A ''v rt serS" ti,
was .just pure memorization along with the I must not falter ---for if I do --- the trimesterwill
ability to go without sleep and not crack up trample me for sure. To Hell with the
in the process. Under this system we are spin- trimester] -- to Hell with it, I say.Gerald Q .EpScJS 7IIss,
ning our wheels, getting nowhere fast. A lot
of smoke, a lot of hustle and bustle, but in the Feaster, 4AG vQ.
end--little accomplished. This is truly mass Copies to:
education with emphasis on mass, letting the art J. Wayne Reitz
and responsibility of education fall where it may. Ken Kennedy

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MAY 1: "Kisstn' Cousins" -- Elvis Presley goes
schizoid In this light-hearted, empty-headed Holly-
wood song feast.
MAY 8: "Advance to the Rear" -- Melvyn Douglasand
Glenn Ford are featured In this so so Civil
War comedy. N -
MAY 15: "The Best Man" -- Gore Vidal's scathing STATE
political commentary is brought to the screen at
practically full strength. MAY 1: "The Conjugal Bed" -- A rather fine Italian
satire the "evils" of too much sex for the unsuspecting -
Randall, on
MAY 22: "Seven Faces of Dr. Lao" -- Tony
not to be outdone by Elvis, shows he's really a husband.
MAY 6: "Mondo Cane" -- The most Important
MAY 29: "Distant Trumpet" -- Laurence Olivier'sand documentary in many a year. In showing the depravity -
Judith Evan's understudies, Troy Donahue and of the human condition, this film Is fascinating -

Suzanne Pleshette, star in another of their patented shocking, and devastating. An absolute ,,
cinematic travesties. must!
JUNE 5: "Hey There, It's Yogi Bear" -- In the MAY 10: "Tamahlne" -- Nancy Kwan stars in this

tradition of "Mr. Limpet," Otis Ray,theater mana- musical.
ger, plans to give away a soft, cuddly grizzly MAY 14: "The Empty Canvas" -- The advertising
bear to some lucky chUd--what else could this for this movie was banned In New York.
show offer? MAY 20: "Night Must Fall" -- Albert Finney (Tom
Jones) plays a psychopathic killer and Is the whole

MAY 24: "To Bed or Not to Bed" -- Another Italian

APRIL 30: "Muscle Beach Party" -- As the title comedy on the frustrations of a man in search of
brains and all brawn. pleasure. .a must for all fraternity men.
Indicates, this one features no
MAY 27 "The Easy Life" -- Without a doubt, the
12 NOON to MIDNITE MAY 7: "From Russia With Love" -- Strictly for :
James Bond fans and other rare varieties English best picture of the month. The spirit of "Divorce,
Italian Style" Is echoed throughout this wldly funny
picture of the boredom of the rich.
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NOW Sandwiches Have guitar on campusThat J has won first place among 18 South-
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Dances"from Britten'sopera Other members of the team were
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