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vate universities which have dem-
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support constitutes a major con- OA
...a bright young administratorheads cern. In comparatively recent

times the expanding role of the
up a realistic programMost state university and the shift in

sources of its financial support
great state Institutions get covers what a former coworkerhas have precipitated a growing com-
less than half of their support called an "obsession with petition for dollars whether pub-
from their states. Not that pri- Improvement" and an Intense desire lic or private -- and have caused
vate support contributes all the that the University of Florida the leaders among this class of
rest of the budget -- student fees, shall prosper in all ways, Institution to Intensify their effortsto
auxiliary enterprises (such as always. promote the understanding and
dormitory rentals), sponsored research He has been assistant to the support of their various Institu- PCN
and federal grants do their late Leland Hyatt, director of tions. Life would undoubtedly be
share. But private support is nec- Alumni Affairs, and to W. !!. more peaceful if this were not so,
essary, and will grow more so "Hoke" Kerns, now director of and yet the Indications are that
In the near future. Informational Services, then Information the need for an effective advance- .
UF currently receives about 60 director for the Health ment program will continue to '
per cent of Its support from the Center. grow."
taxpayers, through a legislature "George .Is one of those guys The report then presents a chartof
which must approve proposed bud- with a tremendous amount of income sources over a three- r
gets and which chops off Items It savvy. He's unusual In that he year period, and comments that yM _
regards as "extras. has great imagination and at the income from most of the sources
This past"'weekend, George Cor- same time a whale of an amountof will have to be increased if the
rick, assistant to the president for energy and enthusiasm to go withit university is to meet the demandsthat
GEORGE CORRICK
the past two and a half years, ," Kerns says. will be made upon it by ex- .1.1d)04
was announced the first directorof In January of 1962, Corrick was
a new UF Division of Develop- lifted out of the Health Center (See CORRICK, Page 4))

mental Services, aimed at Increas- ("I felt like I was losing my right
ing private financial support for arm," Kerns said) by Reitz, who
the university last week said he had "prized"

Corrick, who will celebrate his Corrick's work as assistant. "In
31st birthday June 1, the day the assuming this new position,he will
appointment becomes effective, contribute even more greatly to the STATEREPRESENTATIVE
will get another job too, that of university. lIe Is a very capable
secretary of the University of young man."
Florida Foundation, which Is also An alumnus of the UF Schoolof
concerned with private financial Journalism and Communications
support. As secretary, he will (advertising), Corrick graduatedwith
be second-in-command under Dean high honors, won three dis-
of University Relations and Development tinguished journalism awards and
Harold R. Crosby. was a member of three honorary
Crosby will also be Corrick'sImmediate fraternities After graduation, he 1fS3: Voted member by of legliUHvi second colltigut most tlfKtlvt In stcrtl'legislativeLEGISLATIVE ballot
superior in the Divi- headed into a management train- dtltgitlon
sion of Development Services.The ing program with Prudential Life
tie-in Is complicated, but the divi- Insurance Company, but soon returned HONORS W7i Voted by capital Itglilttlve correspondents efthe
: ., vilu-
Florid Prin al on* tht ten most
sion is mainly a staff operation to to the university, spurning able' m.mbers of the Mouse of RtprtunUtivti.1I5J .
organize and Improve fund-raising better-paying offers elsewhere
operations and plan strategy while He was raised in education, In : Voted by Legislative Colleagues in icr.t ballot a m.mb.r of the
I.cond most .U.CI7. '?>'.. man legislative delegation.
the foundation Is a corporationwhich a manner of speaking. His motheris r. Voted by capital legislative correspondent oi the Florida Pr...
receives and administers a Tampa school teacher. Now a g an Representatives.one ol the ten most raluable member oi the Hou. of

private contributions. he lives with his wife Jo and their mit Voted by Ualslatlve colleagues In secret ballot as a member oi
;% S -4 the mo.t eiltc'ive thr. man delegation. (ALLEN MORRIS AWARD)
two children and Dennis
The foundation has more ,Cathy, 7 sa Vot.d by capital legislate. correspondents oi the Florida Press
agresslve role, however. In Its 3, in Northeast Gainesville, and ,q ;' Representatives.as on. ol the ten most Taluable members ol the House ol
charter, it is charged to ''encourage" Corrick is active in civic affairs. .5 5 11631 Voted by legislative colleagues In secret ballot a member ol thevOJL'l'
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and "solicit" as well as "This is a tremendous chal- eli three irian delegation. (ALLEN MORRIS AWARD)
capital legislative Florida
press correspondents oi the
receive and administer. And,says lenge," Corrick says of his new M V fi R Pre.. JL..!i one, ,..0.< the tea meet valuabl member. of the House ol
(RelT0d the lara.. mber of of
"> votes
job. "I'm pleased to play a partin any
Corrick, the charter offers t :y pay4 Repr..entaUn)
broader goals than just raising something that can be so Important ,, R2nd.rbuTB'hKd! ri of the dally wtpapers of Florida as the
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award lor the most valuable
to the university. I look : .
money; the foundation can and 5 5 House ol Representatives for service to Florida.
should provide a "climate"favor- forward to working with all branches ;S THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR LEGISLATIVE EXPERIENCE
able to the advancement of the of the university In achievingthe
potential of the university for
university. The two concerns will
be located in the same office,how- Increased developmental activi
ever, on the third floor of Tlgert ties. RALPH'TU.RLINGTON
and the division is to be responsible His last sentence is more than
for the day-to-day operationsof lip service to the rest of the uni-
the foundation. versity. The development divisionis
Which will Include: not going to interfere with donors
-- Research and evaluation of giving directly to a specific col-
major potential supporters of the lege; it merely wants to route the
university, Including a file of per- money through a central off ice,for
sonal Information so the right record purposes, and, to help the CAMPUS ACTIVITIES
man will be approached for the aggressive colleges for their pro-

right project. grams with technical assistance.The Business Manager Florida Alligator 194142.
need for the divisionwas
new
-- Being a central "clearing
Member Executive Coun
house" for all private financial pointed up by a special 20- 1940-41.. ...
support received by the university page report from Dean Crosby, President Baptist Student Brotherhood 1941.
exclusive of sponsored 'research Director of Alumni Affairs Bill Intramural Debate Trophy Winner 1940.

; Fleming, Kerns, Corrick and Member Florida Blue Key.
-- Maintaining files related to development consultant Bernard P. EDUCATION AND TRAINING
soliciting, receiving, acknowledging Taylor in March.
and recording gifts; The report said, in part: Faculty Member University of Florida 2l/2 years.
"Financial support is directly
-- Development of plans and B.S.B.A.
University of Florida M.B.A. Harvard.
strategy for the cultivation of pros- dependent upon un. d e r s tandtn g, ,
pective donors, Including Individ- !good will reputation, and demon- 4.00 Average University College, 3.9 Average as

uals, foundations, corporations, strated performance -- in short, undergraduate.Phi .
organizations and others; good public relations," which it Kappa Phi, Beta Gamma Sigma, Phi Eta Sigma.
__ Provision of staff support: defined as the "continuing processby
for various advancement programs which a university endeavors PERSONAL HISTORY
; honestly to earn and obtain the
Born Gainesville 1920. Married, two school
children.
__ Direction of programs designed understanding and good will of its age
to create the climate for students, faculty, employees, and Parental Mrs May B. Turlington and the late Dr. J. E. Turlington.Baptist. .
financial support; the public at large: inwardly Exchange Club. Elk*. Pact President ol Alachua Heart
Responsibility for special through self-analysis and correc- Council. V.F.W.. American Legion. .
campus events and a speakers tion, outwardly through all meansof Veteran. U. S. Army World War II and Korean War.

bureau expression." Joyce. Man oi Year and V. .W. DlsttnguUhed Clthen.hlp
The man who will direct the ". .Many state universities in awards 1953.
corrick Is a quiet-spoken, the past have tended to considerthe
show, Owner. Ralph Turlington Insurance Agency.
extremely agreeable young executive advancement function a peripheral paid political advertisement

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I CORRICKContinued I AN EDITORIALLooking



we've out twice by the way, UF needs
back over the first week ( come ,
( from Page 2))
In case you missed us the second time, and will continue to come
panded enrollments and services out every Tuesday and Friday), I would be hard put to say we had
expected in the years immediately done badly on the other hand, there are plenty of places for Improvement questionanswerers-
ahead "Whether the capacity to though we hope, of course, that you haven't noticed.We .
meet these additional demands will are experimenting. The Alligator has looked pretty much the
Increase commensurately with the same, although its editors have changed rather frequently, for a good
demands themselves will depend many years. And the writing has been the same; it might be char-
Inevitably upon the conviction of acterized as "traditional, but Inadequate." I think it is time to look Students are needed to represent
those who are served by the Uni- ahead, to emphasize, as other parts of the university, and most of the the university In their home
versity that Its mission is an world outside have done, that form follows and is shaped by function.We towns at alumni club receptions
essential one and their willingness experiment in many areas: headline style, makeup, approachto all over the state during August,
to act upon that conviction. It the news, writing; It all comes under the title "format," and It has when the clubs will have recep-
will depend also upon the formula- but one end: to make the paper more readable. If it is, any given tions for new students and viewa
tion and presentation of the Uni- experiment is a success. If not, we junk It, file an accident report statewide TV show I
versity's needs in an orderly, in our minds, and go on to a new experiment.You The show Is to be telecast duringa
effective manner and the existenceof might be Interested In noting a few of our stylistic changes. half hour of "prime time" dur-
a systematic method of encour- The headlines, traditionally written with each work capitalized, are ing the first week In August. Film-
aging, receiving, administeringand now "down" style, with only the first word of the first line and proper : Ing Is to be done In Gainesville,
accounting for the funds that nouns "up." The reason? Easier reading, more comprehension.We're and the script Is being writtenby
are made available to the Univer- experimenting more with various line widths for stories, hopingto professor and writer John Paul
sity." relieve the monotony of all single-column type. And white space, Jones of School of Journalism and
those places wbve there is no type or pictures; we are experimentinghere sN Communications.The .
President Reltz, writing In the too, always toward the final goal. students from here are
March-April Issue of "The Uni- You may not like some of the changes at first. Bear with us a while. needed to answer questions from
versity of Florida Compass," a We all have a certain amount of resistance to change. In a few weeks, F students and their parents and to
small newsmagazine published by you probably won't even notice any difference between this Gator and tH make brief remarks at the re-
Informational Services, said, those of trimesters past, except (we hope) that you're enjoying it more. : ception. Those Interested should
"Private financial the
support, )N sign up In the Student Govern-
lifeblood of private Institutionsof ay'
higher learning, is likewise a >, 1s 11 hM 1 l '11,''.J11 AN.Ip"I.,,1.r"1 1i 11111 I ''rail),1h'\ ,IHIq.., 111 Q1m111 1,,N11t1. ,.1 1 1 ,.l 1 P1,S h \11t,1PoS,, 1.,1.111. PIP 14 11!11 11 h1.,!:d1 111P,,1 1"d.11 1 1 \'{4NI11'! 11"111,1, 111 t.,,1)4\ll) 1 11 S \1 h IlI1Q Il 1x11 ll1 hll illS U lq. 11 1,1 ment office, 310 Florida Union,
any day from 1:30 to 5 p.m.
vital source of support for tax-
supported universities and col-
leges. The University of Florida

has from benevolent in the the availability past Individuals benefited of funds and greatly from cor- Blue Key names Gay to head HCof


porations. .the great bulk of funds

for scholarships, loans and fellow- The General Chairman of Home major significance both to our dent support," Gay said.A Navy as a Lieutenant J. G. and
ships are" the result of volunteer coming '64 was named by Florida university and to our state. Its married student, Gay,his wife Is currently a Naval Reserve Leiu-
support. Blue Key President Ron LaFace success depends In large measureon Pat, and his 2-year-old daughter tenant.
"Taxpayers don't pay for all today. R. Norwood Gay, 3LW and Individual student support Shelley live In Flavet III. Gay Gay was active InInterfraternity
our support and we're not suggesting member of the men's honorary through participation on the Home- graduated from UF In 1959 witha Council during his undergraduateyears
they should," Corrick says, leadership fraternity,was appointed coming Committee, and by student Business Administration degree. and served as an officer
"State support must increase sub- to lead the October 17 weekend organizations In the various events He, spent three years with the US of that organization

stantially, but we are aiming at A member and past president programmed during the weekend."I .
a time when state support, whileit of Kappa Sigma social fraternity,
must grow In dollars, will not Gay has had experience In many would urge every student and .
grow In percentage of the over- areas of the annual event, Includ- every student organization to join '{;, -(-
in to the fullest extent of avail- '" .".
all budget. Our office isn't goingto ing chairman of the parade, assistant 'l
able time and talent' to
make thisyear's
reduce the need for state sup- chairman of the Blue Key
port -- the money we receive will Banquet, and member of the Gator Homecoming the successfuland ,
be used for things the state feels Growl staff."Homecoming. impressive event it unfailingly f{ < :
it cannot supply." is an annual event will be with enthusiastic stu- ..
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TUESDAY: COMMUNISM. series showing the current condi-
Morning Evening tions In Arabia, examines Egypt
8:40 .- AMERICANISM VS. 6:15 -- SUNSHINE ALMANACA 0?!the present day. ,
COMMUNISM. newscast for homeowners pre- 9:30 -- AT ISSUE, Background
Evening pared by the Agricultural Experi- Information on current news
6:15 -- SUNSHINE ALMANACAl ment Station and Extension Ser- events. . \
Moffett reports information for vice. THURSDAY MAY 21 -
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homeowners edited by the Agri- 6:30 -- THE BIG PICTURE, Morning Norwood Gay, newly appointed chairman of Homecoming 64, I IIs
cultural Experiment Station. Highlights of the activities of the 8:40 -- AMERICANISM VS. given the first application blank for workers for the weekend )I
6:30 .. HOLIDAY, Travel, United States Army. COMMUNISM by Florida Blue Key secretary Sharon Hodge. (Photo by Carolyn J

sports and outdoor living. 7:00 -- JUST IMAGINE, Miss Evening Johnston) ,
7:00 DISCOVERY AT BROOKFIELD Lindman has a rainy-day tea party 6:15: -- SUNSHINE ALMANAC, I I r- ...:t;,. --t: I ....1i">
ZOO, A visit to the carni- and tells a story about a Japanese A newscast for homeowners pre-
vores in the Zoo to see how nature scarecrow. pared by the Agricultural Experi- CAMPUS
armed these animals to theteeth 7:15 -- FRIENDLY GIANT, ment Station. COMPASS
Friendly reads his favorite story 6:30 -- QUEST FOR ADVEN-
7:30 -- WHAT'S NEW, Mr.Flschbeck "The Biggest Bear." ture, Travel, sports and adven- THE DEPARTMENT OF ART cation, and Room 214 MatherlyHall
examines magnetism 7:30 -- WHAT'S NEW, On ture films. opened its spring trimester exhibition for Business Administration.
during Science Fare and tells[us Science Fare Mr. Flschbeck pre- 7:00 -- DISCOVERY "Bird program Monday, showinga
how fish find food on the Coral* sents rudimentary ideas about Homes" On this program you will collection of Intaglio prints by HUNDREDS OF .REPRODUCTIONS -
Reef. electricity and shows us how fish see some of the different types of Gainesville artist Leon Hicks, Jr. of paintings are available
8:00: -- ANTIQUES, "Chairs" protect themselves on Coral Reef. homes birds build. Hicks was exhibited in various to students through the Main Library -
Design, construction,turnings, and 8:00 -- MARKETING ON THE 7:30 -- WHAT'S NEW, Mr. major print shows throughout the at $1, $1.50 and $1.75 fora
other points and characteristicsof MOVE, "The Common Market: Fischbeck shows us how to set United States and as a memberof trimester's rental, halfpricefor
four Queen Anne chairs and Costs Versus Opportunity"Guests up a weatherstation at home and the "Iowa Print Group" has terms A or B only. All are
other chairs are discussed : Draper Daniels, National tells us an Interesting story of been represented In a show cur- framed and ready for hanging.The
8:30 -- SCIENCE REPORTER Export Co-ordinator, U. S. Department two jawfish. rently touring a great many American reproductions are displayed in the
Host John Fitch brings th. latest of Commerce; Shea 8:00 -- CANADIAN TRAVEL universities and foreign cities. Humanities Reading Room, the
reports of scientific advancementfrom Smith, Manager of Economic FILM The public is Invited to this initial Browsing Room, and the first and
laboratories. Planning, Overseas Division, Mon- 8:15 -- CHATS ON WRITING, showing of Mr. Hick's workIn second floor lobbies of the library.
9:00 -- THE MAKING OF A santo Chemical Company;Dr.R. L. Journalism professor John Paul Gainesville. The exhibition will MISS SUSAN CAROL ELFEN-
DOCTOR, "Within These Walls" Beukenkamp, Director of Planningand Jones discusses "how to begin" continue through May 29. BEIN of Miami, an April UF grad-
The program reveals the complicated Licensing, AMF International, when writing. Gallery x is open Monday uate, is first prize winner in a
world of the specialist and Division of American Machine and 8:30 -- CHILDREN GROWING, through Friday, 9-12 and 2-5 p.m. national art contest sponsored by
his dependence upon other special- Foundry Company. Physical Injuries, birth Injuriesand THE SPEECH SCREENING Mademoiselle publication.
ltsin research and treatment of 8:30 -- JAZZ CASUAL, Joe bedridden children are discussed PROJECT Is required of all stu- Miss Elfenbein, one of two first
sickness and disease. Sullivan shares with host Ralph by? Dr. Marie Piers. dents applying for admission to the place winners in the contest, was
9:30 -- TEA.WEDNESDAY Gleason memories of his long 9:30 --SCIENCE REPORTER, College of Education and the Col- awarded $500 and the chance to
MAY 20 career and performs some of his John Fitch visits medical and lege of Business Administration. illustrate one of two winning col-
Morning own compositions. science labortories to learn the Registrations are being accepted lege fiction contest stories for the
8:40 -- kMERICANISM VS. 9:00 -- ARAB FERMENT, A latest developments In research. in Room 100 Norman Hall for Edu national women's magazine.


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CHARLIE BUSH dents to organize their own fire teers drill for two hours every down to five men," said Whlpple. Flavet III Mayor Stanley Brant-
Staff Writer department, which has now beenIn other Saturday morning with afire "We must have at least 24 If we ley also expressed concern over
existence for more than fifteen engine given to them by the US are to give any protection to the the lack of Interest In the drills
Fire! years. The volunteers have saved Army. Their next drill will be Flavets." "We have not had a really tragic
A red fire engine comes clang- not only Their own homes on many at 10 a.m. May 10. Whipple added that in the near fire yet, and most of our residents
ing to a stop in front of the smok- occasions but the Florida Union, Volunteer Fire Chief Lou Whip- future he would have instructionalfilms believe our luck will hold out. It'sa
ing F 1 a vet apartment building, building "E," and the Dairy Lab ple Is much concerned with the and professional firemen as foolish gamble. And after all,
firemen rush Into the thick smoke. as well. small number of men taking partin guest speakers at the Saturday a few hours a month Is very Inexpensive -
Flaming grease covers a kitchen To keep In practice, the volun recent drills. "We've dwindled morning drills. fire Insurance."
stove. The fire Is quickly smoth-
ered before It can spread. A

nervous The firemen crowd emerge gathers from outside.the UF professors & prudent students... here is the

building. From the crowd can be
heard many sighs of relief.
But wait! These are not pro-
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students, members of the Flavet

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of public defender to the Eighth : Cvp.f C.HM
w Icwl TMIt
Judicial Circuit Is R. G. Justiss. AhMryir 0'tit f
Justiss got his law degree from ti'
UF. (The Alligator Is not endorsing Complel.tU .
Mr. Justiss with this pic- t: Luncheon ME
ture, merely providing him with 1. RpRIZ\iS Ns Specials"
space equal to that afforded his SGO"N\1J.\O oboe Every Day (Monday thru Sat.)
opponent earlier In the campaign.) o? lpg
c\o\ roott'r' part\es FULL COURSE LUNCHEON

Beware fish spc 'oOOqoets 6"j Aq\ INCLUDING BEVERAGE
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Fishermen, take heart. You mayno 67.1-
longer have to pay a stealthy COMPLETE
visit to the neighborhood mar

ket to cover up for a fruitless LESS DISCOUNTI! :
day when the "big one got away." S S
A manufacturer In Miami has sk
come out with what they call a S'IC\ .. NO CHARGE FOR TAKE-OUT
"multi frequency transistorizedfish .c.C.OUN, CONTAINERS
call." This Is a six-bit word O' sUOt.$ltS LUNCH
for a little gizmo they say will L
"call" the fish to your exact fish- ,0 NO
N.30A.M.-2i05P.M.
i
ing spot.
UN oNr1E1. 55
Guaranteed to draw In the big DINNER
ones, this patented little hlcky t pE .
sends out sound waves between 50 ,: 4:30 P.M8:05: P.M.
and 300 cycles and emits light 12 Hot Entrees To Select
waves. .
From JDaily.
The sound waves, barely audibleto ;1
the human ear, travel from 200-
.
300 yards through the water, and, '
the manufacturer claims, reallydo
their stuff. .
But.-warns the manufacturer-- 'I
fishermen must do more than simply
dangle this doodaddy over the ,
side of the boat. : [REE RKINGJ,
The fish call will attract tie fish,
"but from then on its up t.i the .:
skill of fishermen to get the fish
Jo bite." CAFETERIA
The fish call, Stratford says,
Is based on claims made by
Ichthyologists (a hard way of say- ,
Ing fish lovers) that fish' are attracted -
by sonic oscillationssound ,
( ) of certain wave lengthsand 1212 North Main in the Gainesville Shopping Center
4 minutes
to light waves.
Each fish call comes with a from campus
dial selector allowing for five
different variants of sound waves. .
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'ake a chanr,,. You won't regret men's division, but last year UF
it, Mike Heeb says. Heeb couldn't compete because of the rr '.M""
Is president of the Gator Ski Club, trimester -- the members left i

which Is looking for new members, school for the summer. The meetIs sr4s

experienced or novice. always just after the trimester
The club, started by Assistant break. 4
Dean of Health and Physical Edu-

cation Spurgeon Cherry about ten .
This year there will be a team. .
years ago, has no formal meetings. The contest Is Saturday. The club's <, ....
Members Instead go out to the top skier, John Kooglen, has an "",' "iJ,' .J:
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club's facilities on the opposite Injured knee, however, and can't "r",
side of Lake Wauburg from the compete, so there's no telling how :3' "

camp and whiz about the lake behind the club will fare. : ,. t" f'",( J' ,; 'I't',
75 and 90 horsepower motors ',>>. : <': ', : "
that pull them at speeds up to : ,,: sw
39 m.p.h. "We're not a team,"' Heeb said. R '3 4__
"I want to emphasize that. Our '
... ,
purpose Is to ski and have fun. .,.tik.f,..,,,:!k.'.... .,' ,, "'" ,
It's not dangerous though, says In the past year, in fact, we've ,.0"":\,9', <<'"m'' < '
,.
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Heeb, for anyone In good health had a decline in Interest in com- !"'.<, "'"" ','*
who can swim. And the club maintains petition and an increase of people' ., .f i \: .
1. .
..' an observer in each boat in skiing just for fun." #, rk- s .. '
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case of emergencies, so no time !l r ,.I ..y ,. 'w,
i : ; -y .11. .y.
will be lost In back to ; : __
getting the "
The club has a ski jump, about tm; '" '....
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skiier. five pairs of ordinary skis, three _... .=..-4-........ ,, >'.., ______,...,
"It's a great deal of fun to ski pairs of jump skis, three pairs -vards, .... ;.." > .....
-
across the water. It doesn't require of _.... r' ""r""
slalom skis, several disks, anda '-- -.i'f*" v .!....
a great deal of physical .
few trick skis. In addition, '" ""
coordination; most people can there Is a locker house,boat house ,po ........ T learn very easily," Heeb says. and floating dock. The GatorSalling ... ""

"I once taught a 65yearoldwoman Club shares some of the build- =
to ski In less than three Ing facilities. ... Bob Collins, 3AS physics major, practices the slalom. (Photo by Carolyn Johnston)

tries. Last Saturday, a new member ...s

who couldn't ski got up on his "We welcome people who wantto -

second try and we didn't see him come out and watch,"Heeb said
for 20 minutes, he loved it so Heeb has been skiing for about
much. lie went all the around
way ten
years, though he's just recently
the
lake. resumed his.Interest after a four-
Coach Jack Eckdahl, UF pool year layoff. A graduate studentIn
manager, is faculty advisor to chemistry, he says It helps him
the club.

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../ to get In shape. "I plan to keepIt
Heeb said the club got its first up as long as I have time for ElectRichard

boat In 1959 through the Intra- It. In Miami, where I'm from, :
murals Department, a 17 foot fiberglass you see middle-aged and old peo-
Flare Skiboat with a 90 ple skiing -- you know it's popu-
horsepower Mercury engine, and lar. It's experienced a tremendous qe
last year acquired a 17-foot Span growth In the past five years. It's '
J.
America fiberglass runabout witha one of the nation's fastestgrowingsports. 1k
75 horsepower Evlnrude. ."
"We have about 30 membersnow r

but we want as many as we
U you want to join, Heeb says,
can get. We go out on Satur- call the Intramurals DepartmentIn Wilsonstate

days and Sundays, and sometimes Florida Gym. You must passa
during the week In the afternoon.
swimming test, administered bya
It's probably the cheapest way UF lifeguard, which consists of
,anyone can learn to ski. We only
swimming 100 yards,jumping froma
ask that members treat the equip-
ten-foot diving board, and tread-
ment as If it were their own,"
ing water for five minutes. The
Heeb says. fee is $3, good for about ten trips
representativeMARRIED
around the lake. The fee Is only
The club has put on shows in for gas and oil for the boats.
1 the summer, and may again this

I year If there are enough members To reach the club, travel past

with a desire to perform. Camp Wauburg South on U. S. 441.
Three years ago a team from the Just after the point where the lake
club won the men's and women's
approaches the road -- it's visible
collegiate division championshipsat from your car -. there's a gateon
Southern Intercollegiate Ski the left with a high,white frame. Two Children Home Owner, Resident Since 1946

Tournament at Cypress Gardens; Follow the dirt road back to the GRADUATE University of Florida, B.S. and LL.B.

two years ago a UF team'won the -rlub- site.NoDozJ. MEMBER The Florida Bar and Eighth Judicial Circuit Bar Association

CHAIRMAN Alachua County Chapter of the ,National Foundation

CHAIRMAN March of Dimes

E CHAIRMAN ABCD Committee That Successfully Fought to Retain at That

Time the Elective School Superintendant

MEMBER Alachua Citizens for Florida's Future Committee That Helped Win

an Outstanding Victory for Higher Education '

MEMBER Episcopal; Church, PTA, Civic Leader


1 10-point Wilson platform


1. Vocational school for Alachua groceries and medicines


THE SAFE WAY stay alert 2. Quality County Schools and University 8.7. Support Excellent improvement mental health at Gainesville program

3. Re-evaluation of the Trimester Sunland
Training Center

i without harmful stimulantsNoDoz System 9. Promotion of new business interests

4. Economy in government Hold in
keeps you mentally Next time monotony makes Alachua County
alert with the safe feel while the line on taxes 10. Active
same refresher you drowsy driving, support of farming and
found in coffee and working or studying, do as .5. Repeal Automobile License Tag small
tea. Yet NoDoz is faster, millions do. perk up with increase community interests they

handier, more reliable. Absosafe, effective NoDoz tablets. will not be neglected in the future.Page .
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Sa all pictures Is Jim Fallon,
a 5 S i 2UC. Others in boat are Mary
Mess more, Randy Neland, and
,:, Ernie Haslam.
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a UPPER LEFT, club President
Mike Heeb, 7AS, skis on one
; ski and holds the line with
,,4m his other foot. lie's wearing
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skiers, though girls were
allowed to shed them just this
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UPPER CENTER, .is Miss
Bloomer again.
LEFT, Miss Bloomer gets
ready to be pulled away from
the club's floating dock while
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t from the boat. Others on the
:rb I dock are Jon Johnson, Mike
s '4 Hopper and Bob colllns; In the
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rFor SaleFor I rFo:. Sale I I r WantedNice 1 block tioned Two bedroom,apartments from Danish, kitchen campus.modern for equipped.rent Air furniture condi--Call I/z, I Si tuatio-;"-


372-6109. B-135-lt-c). Students and housewives
Sale Large wooden office 100 LP Stereo Records, both clas- girl to share apartment,preferably extra Income wanting
interested
desk, reasonable. Phone 376-7981 sical and popular. Call FR 2-3811 between the ages of 20 Clean Private room men only in work

after 7 p.m. (A-135-2t-nc). 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. (A-135-tf-nc) to 30. Call FR 2-1401 or FR 2- $20 per month 1614 N. W. 3rd to part-time 12 call 6-8968 from 8 a.m. .
1391. (C-135-3t-c). Place, FR 2-2946 before 530. noon everyday. (E-135-3t-C). !
Williamson Hi
fidelity Stereo Po-
1953, 10 HP. Mercury outboard After 5:30 FR 2-7366. (B-135-
wer Amplifier with separate regulated Two male students to share 2 COLLEGE MEN Summer job \
motor-Model KG-7, Super If urn- power supply. Perfect con bedroom house with kitchen 6 miles 3t-c).____ available to men who must earn :
cane. This motor used with a dition. Chassis Includes meters west of campus. Contact Bob at Completely furnished 1 bedroom, all or part of their college ex- !

small boat will pull a skier. Call and jacks for easy adjustments.This FR 6-8327 or FR 6-0800. (C- air conditioned, electric kitchen.N. penses. Only those with entire I

Bob Adams at FR 6-3925 after equipment is strictly pro- 135-2t-p). W. 17th St. and 3rd Ave. $90 summer open need apply. Average

6 p.m. (A-135-2t-nc). fessional, the finest made. Call WANTED -- One beauty operatorfive per month. 372-6243 Call after earnings of $800 $1000. Send

ext. 2832 for Gary Burke, 9 a.m. days per week. Call Blanch'sat 530 p.m. (B-135-2t-c). resume to: Henry W. Wllloughby, I

HEELS put on in 5 minutes to 4 p.m., Mondays thru Fridays. FR 21581. (C-135-4t-c). New Modern Beach House. Immediate 1904 wyomina, Ocala, Florida.( I

SOLES put on in IS minutes (A-135-tf-nc o ). AIR '- ONDITIONED COMFORT. occupancy. 7 mi. from 136-2t-c). I II

.-- V W Luggage Rack 2 years old. Need roommate for 2 bedroom duplex campus,located on lake at Tum-

MODERN SHOE $15.00. J.F.Munroe, 271.5 Schucht at 825 N. E. 8th Ave. $50 bleweed Ranch. Suitable for 2 students I

REPAIR SHOP Village, FR 25152. (A-135-2t-c). per month Includes rent, utilities, Call 466-9295 mornings. PersonalFor J
across from 1st national banklast and phone. Marvin Moss, 6-2365 (B-135-3t-c).
ROTC Students shine workson
-spray or Ext. 2986. (C-135-3t-c). THEATER GOERS
"a
mens and womens shoes. Will
pass inspection. Money back guar I Real Estate ] hilarious piece of solemn lunacy"
times today
( (Punch), "One Way Pendulum "
,
antee. Can lasts 30 to 50 shines. I
CoNJUGAL BED" 376-8968. (A-135-3t-c). For RentJ a British comedy of the Absurd,
Law Professor selling spacious by N. F. Simpson.presented as a

af 1 3579 pmWEDMDIIDD Automatic Zlg-Zag Sewing Ma- Small furnished CCB cottage,Bed 3 bedroom home, Study,1-1/2 bath, staged reading by the Episcopal

chine, 1964 model. Does every- room, electric kitchen, tile attic fan, built in drawers, vanity Center ,Drama Group. Time: 8:00:

thing. Sold for $139 four months shower Linda Ann Court South and much storage. $80 per month p.m. Friday, May 8. Place: Bap-

WED ago. Take over payments or $50 Ocala Road. Quiet Cool and many extras,negotiate equity. FR- tist Student Center. Admission:
,
cash full price. Phone FR 2-2051. 6-2775. 1062 N. E. 4th Ave. (I- Free. (.1-I 36-lt-c).
SAT (A-136-2t-c). Shady, couple preferred $50 per 1 34-tf-c).
month. FR 6-5826 (B-l 34-3t-c).
All-State Motor Scooter for sale. Immediate occupancy, assume
Large furnished room with bath
'CANE Price is $100. Good condition. separate entrance. Close to campus ,- mortgage, low down pay men t. I ServicesChild
Call FR 2-9304 or 6-3211 Ext. Charming 2 bdrm. CCB home,
204 N. W. 25th St.FR 2-9631.
5397. Ask for Michael Kohen, 2-1/2 years old, 10 minutes to
B-135-lt-c .
( )
New York Times says: Freshman Medical Student in Cube University, large lot, awning win- care by day or week pre

93. (A-136-2t-c). Two rooms furnished motel type, dows, concrete drive, payments ferably 2 or 3 children by week

"GIGANTIC Two girls English bicycles with ground floor, refrigerators. Two $67 per mo. 1730 N. W. 55th for next two years Home with

three speed transmissions, bas- blocks from air-conditioned library Terrace, West Park, See it today! large back yard. 372-6950, 3026N.

MOTION PICTURE! kets, lights, and all the extras. near most colleges and (M35-4t-c). W. 13th St. (M-134-4t-c).

THERE IS MORE OF Both bikes nearly and in all practical requirements. Sum-
new 3 BR, 2 bath, concrete block home, Shirts carefully laundered to order -
perfect condition. Phone FR 2- mer rates. 6-6494. (B-136-8t-c).
A STRANGE AND central heating, hardwood floors, and ironed by hand. See Mil
2735. (A-136-2t-c). Available July 1st 2 BR unfurnished Fla. Rm. Located near Little- dred at Gator Groomer, 1618 N.W.

GROTESQUE NATURE- Nearly new stereo LP's (100). apartment. Available wood & Westwood schools. Termsto 1st Ave. next to University Branch

MORE THAT IS WEIRD Mainly classical, mood, and folk. August 7th 2 BR furnished. suit buyer. Call 372-3793 after Post Office (M-135-tf-c).
Dig reduction available. Call 376- Either apartment $85 for two per- 6 p.m. for appt. Owners movingout

PARADOXICAL, BIZARRE 7947 particulars. (A-136-2t-c- ). sons. Call 372-7658. (B-136-3t-c). of state. 621 N. W. 35th St. TYPING Theses, dissertations,

AIR-CONDITIONED Apartment for (M36-5t-p). term papers on electric IBM type
AND REFLECTIVE OF
I WantedMale 1 two with separate bath and one Land is the baiss of all wealth, writer. Reasonable rates. FR

THE RANGE OF MAN'S small furnished room. 105 N. W. and real estate with the highest 2-0328. (M-136-2t-c).

7th Terrace. Call after 5 p.m. profit returns is your best Invest-
BEHAVIOR-IN THIS roommate wanted to share
FR 2-0809. ( ment. Persons Interested in
apartment. FR 2-3748 evenings. B-136-2t-p) real Welcome to the Summer Trimester

i EXTRAORDINARILYCANDID (C-134-3t-c). New Ranch Home, unfurnished. estate investments including: .
Two bedrooms small acreage, rental-income pro- Are you going to miss that
living room,dining
FACTUAL FILM area, and 1-1/2 baths. Two rooms perties or investment properties favorite horse you left at the old
in the Gainesville area can reachme ranch? .
THAN COULD COME air-conditioned. $100 per month.
J. W. Robinson Ranch located 11 at 376-6461 or 372-5940 at anytime Why not bring it to Gainesville

WITHIN AN AVERAGE miles southwest of Gainesville on Wayne D, Mason, c/o Ern and have Colonel Terrill E.Terry)

MAN'S EXPERIENCE!" a"MUSCLE Route 346A. For information write est Tew Realty, 2910 N. W. 13th Price, U. S. Army, retired. play-

Box 185, Flagler Beach, Floridaor St. I-135-tf-c). Ing coach and captain of over twenty

-Boiley Crowlher call 439-2123. (B-136-5t-c). military and civilian teams (Including -

Philadelphia Country Club,
t AVAILABLE NOW Choice ef- I AutosJaguar I
Division
Maryland Polo Club and
flclenc/ apartment for 2
peopleand and Regimental Teams) keep It at
I corner room for
quiet gentle-
XK 120 Roadster. New Tepee Ranch, train it to polo, and
man. Apply 321 S. W. 13th St. clutch, new brakes, new electrical have it where you can ride it after
across from campus. B-136-lt-c).
parts. Needs paint. $550. class?

BEACH PARTY"poooooateaooooooZQ Call 2-7691. (G-135-3t-c). Charges reasonable for care and
Nf.VT training. Compared with care

v 1963 Oldsmobile Jetflre, Factory alone in a nearby county.

Y oRm a IKCATAI air conditioning; Four-speed Terry has finished his spring

crop N..M....bd A1.Jo.FA csoi i transmission; supercharged en- planting, and trained another horse

\ gine. Excellent condition Call for himself, and can take a Yew
Iii
LAST 3 BIG NITES! John Pierson FR 6-3790. (G- Individuals, or pairs, of studentsin

EATLES) 3 exciting color hits 135-2t-p). all branches of horsemanshipin --

open 6:45iShow 7:20 300 SL Mercedes with fiberglass which he has won more top
body. Will accept honors than else since
reasonable offer anyone
,... *.,... see 2 late as 9: 14 I or trade for unmodified sports car. Gleasen Invented his War Bridle.

Hit'1 1 at 7:20: Call 60863. (G-136-lt-c). Present students range from
Starts THURSDAY!
two years to fifty-four years of
'PAULNEWMANS( 1962 Corvair Monza, 4 dr., Auto-
and include free Instructionof
age,
matic
trans., R &
H
WSW
JAMES price
tiny children with their stu-
1It" $1595. 1958 MGA model 1600
MODOCRPdI IZE Roadster with top and tonneau dent mothers, student wives,grad-
BOND
covers, also wire wheels. Excellent uate students and professors.Five .
or
r dollars for a single
IS First run hit at 9:14: Glynwood condition.Trailer $795. See at four apiece for a double aptitudetest
Park, Lot #26, advanced
and demonstration of
2307 S. W. 16th Place after 5
BACKIFROM ELVIS (G-136-2UC). p.m. horsemanship, whether you are a
former rider or have no experience -

Produced bv 1951 Plymouth Station Wagon.$135. ,

GUAtTltROJACOPETTlTECHNICOLOR As New tires. 234-A, Flavet III. At age 68 Terry Price is still
FR 6-6015. (G-135-3t-c). going strongbutduringfewerhoursthan
A Timtl Film RtlttM
'\ in his twenties and thirties,

3rd Bonus Feature: I Car Rental I so late applicants may be disappointed
or have to go on a waiting
by MODINE GRUNCH: Tony CurtisDean Martin list

Very few calendars kept t t WHO WAS THAT LADY!'' driver's ECONO CAR puts you In the Colonel Tenth 1 E. (Terry) I I

by ants, bees etc. are starts f fridayg enn ford per mile seat per for 12 hour$3.99 plus 9C Price, Tepee Ranch on the Wllli-
day. An ston Road. phone 372-5844 between
100% accurate. RUSSIA WITH L3VE ADVANCE to the REAR' extra dollar for 24 hours. FR 7 and 9 p.m. for appoint
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I Staffer of the week '; BOOK REVIEWS


# WWII: our role revealedUnited
Ernie Ted Lltz, first "Ga-
> tor Staffer of the Week," has
been on the paper In one capa-
Press InternationalThe
city or another since the

spring of last year. Ernie,
..* now an Associate Editor,plansto United States And World War II, by A. Russell All It needs Is a grand finale from an old C. D.
get a master's degree In Buchanan (Harper &: Row $12): The latest entry In Cochrane musical comedy, or perhaps a few Lehar
education, to teach journalism the New American Nation Series Is as good an accountof lilts or Romberg roundelays.
and social studies. He attained America's two-ocean war as has yet been published.
a 3.0 average last tri- Buchanan, a vice-chancellor of the University of

mester. He was born on Hallo- California at Santa Barbara (appropriately enough, The Inevitable Americans, by John Greenway(Knoph
ween, 1943 In New York City 3r since Barbara Is the patron saint of artillery), has $5.95)): An anthropolglst's fresh look at America and
but considers Hollywood, Fla. done a masterful job of research and selection among the Americans raises many questions and suppliesa
his home town. the abundant records of the second world war few of the answers Why do we give women seatsIn
Ills specific Interest, as the title indicates Is buses, carry packages for them? "Women In
Ernie has been a sports cause "It's a good opportu- America's role in the conflict, but he also presentsa aboriginal America regularly carried weights of 150
writer, assistant sports edi- nity to meet people you good account of the situations In Asia and Europe pounds." There Is a reason for everything we do,
tor, editorial assistant columnist couldn't otherwise, and a that led to Pearl Harbor and sent the United Statesto from fighting wars to wearing neckties, both unrea-
morgue chief,circulation chance to understand the war. sonable acts on the face of It. The reason Is called
[ manager, and pasteup lab assistant things that go on around the Buchanan's work deals not only with the fairly well culture, and since Greenway Is cultural determinist,
for The Gator. He campus. ..iJ< i remembered military campaigns, which dwindle Inevitably his view is that whatever the faults of the American
says he enjoys journalism be- Ernie lives In Murphree M. "' into the past as the 20th anniversary of D- culture, Americans, like all other peoples, "were
". Day approaches, but also with the decisions of the driven by their cultural genes to become what they
0.. civilian negotiators, mostly secret at the time and are and what they will be." The United States, as
""...IiJIMf'... -ftbIt_:. --- .<<.. t:'. '.' '. ....'.. .. --:. forgotten since. he sees it, Is the repository of a vast heritage of culture -
There are some minor technical flaws In these from the acquisitiveness of the Mediterraneanbasin
books, especially In the maps which are supposed to to the courtly love of provence In medieval
Illustrate the text, and over-condensation makes the times (Hence the package-carryIng for women and
See What's New in chapter entitled "China, Burma, India" virtually In- the primacy of the dollar.) America may not be the
comprehensible."The best country In the world, Greenway concludes, but It
United States and World War II" is, never- Is the best country in the world for Americans.
theless, an Informative historical account and an
The Browse Shop Invaluable source book for students of World War II,
if only for, its abundant footnotes and well-arranged BESTSELLERS
bibliography.Like (Compiled by Publishers' Weekly)
other volumes In the New American Nation
Quality PaperbacksOFFICIAL series, these books were edited by History Profs. Fiction
Henry Steele Com manger (Amherst) 'ANI) Richard B.
Morris (Columbia). THE SPY WHO CAME IN FROM TilE COLD --
John Le Carre
TilE GROUP -- Mary McCarthy
GUIDE TO THE WORLD'S FAIR
.
TilE VENETIAN AFFAIR Helen Maclnnes
Cold Comfort Farm, by Stella Gibbons (Dial $4.50):
OFFICIAL MAP OF THE WORLD'S FAIR When an author admist at the outset that she means her CONVENTION -- Fletcher Knebel and Charles W.

GOODBYE COLUMBUS .Philip Roth book to be funny, she rather Invites a double whammyon Bailey II
VON RYAN'S EXPRESS -- David Westheimer
SEVEN DAYS IN MAY .Knebel & Bailey her product. Yet, Stella Gibbons so proclaimedher WAPSHOT John
THE SCANDAL -- Cheever
aim and achieved It in "Cold Comfort Farm,
FARTRAN PRIMER .E.I. Organick which has lasted through 31 editions in 32 years In TilE NIGHT OF TilE GENERALS -- Hans Hellmut

GROWING UP ABSURD the British bookstalls and now Is offered In a new Kirst
Richard Kim
American edition. THE MARTYRED E.
RENOIR .Art Publication
Miss Gibbons conceived "Cold Comfort" while fed

up with reviewing for a London newspaper the stuffy, NonfictionFOUH
TECHNICAL & REFERENCEMICHAELANGELO. stilted novels of an earlier age. Her delightful

spoof of Victorian novels, set In the dim and drear DAYS -- American Heritage and U. P, I.
atmosphere of a Susses farm and Its bucollo Inmates, PROFILES IN COURAGE -. John F. Kennedy
..GoedschiederSIX emerges as a sort of cross between Chas. Addamsand THE GREEN FELT JUNGLE -- Ed Reig and Ovid
LANGUAGE DICTIONERY OF ELECTRONICS St. Trinian's.A DemarisA

MICROWAVE THEORY & MEASUREMENTS young London socialite, put down at "Cold Com- DAY IN TilE LIFE OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY --

.Hewlett-Packard fort" for reasons of inherited penuryfinds domicile Jim BishopDIPLOMAT
Corp. AMONG WARRIORS -- Robert Murphy
of Ingrown problems topped by a domineering grand
dame who Is slightly dotty because in her youth THE DEPUTY -- Rolf Hochhuth
MY YEARS WITH GENERAL MOTORS -- Alfred
she saw "something nasty In the woodshed. The
young London socialite lightly solves the divers pro- Sloan, Jr.
blems, several of them Freudian, restores the grand WHEN THE CHEERING STOPPED: TilE LAST YEARS
The BROWSE SHOP dame to reason and packs her off on a world tour, OF WOODROW WILSON. Gene SmithJ.
converts an oaf Into a Hollywood star, marries off F. K.: TilE MAN AND THE MYTH -- Victor

the family darling rich and wraps up the whole mare's Lasky
Campus Shop & Bookstore nest neatly In 254 pages THE NAKED SOCIETY. -- Vance Packard
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?1 Letter from TokyoDear


Batiste gets an Oxford education Sir:

I wish to make friends with your people. So I am
writing this letter. I have been desiring for a long
time to get contact with some people In your countryto
(jVY&yamARROW correspond with in order to create a good friend-
ship. But I did not know how to do it. Recently,
(F flw however, f have learned through TOKYO AMERICAN
CULTURAL CENTER that the best way is to write
:(" Comfortably batiste fabric in the directly to the school paper's editor. So, here I

't college man's favorite oxford am. Our country, Japan, Is now In an Isolated posi-
? 4 ; tion In Asia alter the defeat In the last war. But we
(l weave is sure to be one of the younger generation here are earnestly wishing to keepa
J friendship with people In other countries. Especially -
shirts this
( ( most popular sea
0 we are' anxious to keep good relations with peopleIn
(F'J son on or off the campus. your country. The exchange of postal cards, ,
\ r pictures, and stamps are certainly welcomed and
!-
( j Traditional ivy styling
moreover the talks In the letters would be most
/ :4 ; I f in the handsome excellent Idea to learn things about your country.To .
3' have a better understanding with each other Is
Sussex button-down
fI\ ) r best way to the world peace Don't you think so?

( i \ I ) y collar. traditional If you will hear my request I will be more than
'% glad and moreover, If you will publish this letterIn
4K ARROW tailoring
\ \ your column It would be still better. If not,
D for perfect fit and then please pass this to your girl students
Yours very truly,
_'' "Sanforized" labeled to
) P. S. I want to Introduce myself. My name is

('F ensure lasting fit washing Jlnichl Shimizu.I .
g f am a Japanese boy and am 17 years old. '
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for rent 1/2


For SaleFor I For. Sale -j I I r WantedNice 1 block tioned bedroom,apartments from Danish, kitchen campus.modern equipped.Air furniture condi-Call, I r SituationsStudents


372- 09. (B-135-lt-c), and housewives
Sale Large wooden office 100 LP Stereo Records, both clas- girl to share apartment,pre- extra Income Interested wanting
desk, reasonable. Phone 376-7981 sical and popular. Call FR 2-3811 ferably between the ages of 20 Clean Private room men only in work
after 7 p.m. (A-135-2t-nc). 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. (A-135-tf-nc) to 30. Call FR 2-1401 or FR 2- $20 per month 1614 N. W. 3rd to part-time 12 call 6-8968 from 8 a.m.
1391. (C-135-3t-c). Place, FR 2-2946 before 5:30. noon everyday. (E-l35-3t.C),
Williamson HI fidelity Stereo Po- ___
1953, 10 HP. Mercury outboard After 5:30 FR 27366. (B-135- '
COLLEGE MEN
wer Amplifier with separate regu- Two male students to share 2 Summer Job
motor-Model KG-7, Super Hurri lated power supply. Perfect con- bedroom house with kitchen 6 miles 3t-c). available to men who must earn
cane. This motor used with a dition. Chassis Includes meters west of campus. Contact Bob at Completely furnished 1 bedroom, all or part of their college ex.

small boat will pull a skier. Call and jacks for easy adjustments.This FR 6-8327 or FR 6-0800. (C- air conditioned, electric kitchen.N penses. Only those with entire
Bob Adams at FR 6-3925 after equipment is strictly professional 135-2t-p). W. 17th St. and 3rd Ave. $90per summer open need apply. Average

6 p.m. (A-135-2t-nc). the finest made. Call WANTED -- One beauty operator month. 372-6243 Call after earnings of $800 $1000. Send

ext. 2832 for Gary Burke, 9 a.m. five days per week. Call Blanch'sat 5:30: p.m. (B-135-2t-c). resume to: Henry w. Wllloughby,

HEELS put on in 5 minutes to 4 p.m., Mondays thru Fridays. FR 2-1581. (C-135-4t-c). New Modern Beach House. Immediate 1904 Wyomina, Ocala, Florida.(

SOLES put on in 15 minutes (A-135-tf-nc- ). AIR CONDITIONED COMFORT. occupancy. 7 mi. from 136-2t-c).

-- V W Luggage Rack 2 years old. Need roommate for 2 bedroom duplex campus,located on lake at Tum-

MODERNHSHOE $15.00. J.F. Munroe,271-5Schucht at 825 N. E. 8th Ave. $50 bleweed Ranch. Suitable for 2 stu- I L
Village, FR 2-5152. (A-135-2t-c). per month Includes rent, utilities, dents. Call 466-9295 mornings. PersonalFor l
across from 1st national banklast ROTC and phone. Marvin Moss, 62365or (B-135-3t-c).
Students shine workson
spray Ext. 2986. (C-135-3t-c). THEATER
GOERS
"a
mens and womens shoes. Will
pass Inspection. Money back guarantee I Real EstateLaw J hilarious piece of solemn lunacy"
times today"CoNJUGA
(Punch). "One Way Pendulum "
Can lasts 30 to 50 shines. I ,
BED"af 376-8968. (A-135-3t-c). For RentSmall I a British comedy of the Absurd,
Professor selling spacious by N. F. Simpsonpresented as a

1 3579 pm Automatic Zig-Zag Sewing Ma- furnished CCB cottage,Bed- 3 bedroom home, Study,1-1/2 bath, staged reading by the Episcopal

chine, 1964 model. Does every- room, electric kitchen, tile attic fan, built in drawers, vanity Center Drama Group. Time: 8:00:
thing. Sold for $139 four months and much storage. $80 per month
shower. Linda Ann Court South p.m. Friday, May 8. Place: Baptist -
WED WED ago. Take over payments or $50 Ocala Road. Quiet Cool and many extras,negotiate equity. FR- Student Center. Admission:
,
MONDO cash full price. Phone FR 22051. 6-2775, 1062 N. E. 4th Ave. (II I- Free. (3-1 36-lt-c).
SAT Shady, couple preferred $50
SAT1flNE (A-136-2t-c). per 34.tf.c).
month. FR 6-5826 (B-134-3t-c).
All-State Motor Scooter for sale. Immediate occupancy, assume
Large furnished room with bath
Prlco is $100. Good condition. separate entrance. Close to cam, mortgage, low down payment. I L ServicesChild
Call FR 2-9304 or 6-3211 Ext. Charming 2 bdrm. CCB home,
pus. 204 N. W. 25th St.FR 2-0631.
5397. Ask for Michael Kohen, 2-1/2 years old, 10 minutes to
B-135-lt-c).
New York Times says: Freshman Medical Student In Cube University, large lot, awning win- care by day or week pre
93. (A-136-2t-c). Two rooms furnished motel type, dows, concrete drive, payments ferably 2 or 3 children by week

"GIGANTIC Two girls English bicycles with ground floor, refrigerators. Two $67 per mo. 1730 N. W. 55th for next two years. Home with

three speed transmissions, bas- blocks from air-conditioned library Terrace, West Park, See it today! large back yard. 372-6950, 3026N.
MOTION PICTURE! kets, lights, and all the extras. near most colleges and (I-135-4t-c). W. 13th St. (M-134-4t-c).

THERE IS MORE OF Both bikes nearly and In all practical requirements. Sum-
new 3 BR, 2 bath, concrete block home, Shirts carefully laundered to order -
perfect condition. Phone FR 2- mer rates. 6-6494. (B-136-8t-c).
A STRANGE AND central heating, hardwood floors, and ironed by hand. See Mil-
2735. (A-136-2t-c). Available July 1st 2 BR unfurnished Fla. Rm. Located near Little- dred at Gator Groomer, 1618 N.W.

GROTESQUE NATURE- Nearly new stereo LP's (100). apartment. Available wood & Westwood schools. Termsto 1st Ave. next to University Branch

Mainly classical, mood, and folk. August 7th 2 BR furnished. suit buyer. Call 372-3793 after Post Office. (M-135-tf-c).
MORE THAT IS WEIRD
Dig reduction available. Call 376- Either apartment $85 for two per- 6 p.m. for appt. Owners movingout

PARADOXICAL, BIZARRE 7947 particulars. (A-136-2t-c- ). sons. Call 372-7658. (B-136-3t-c). of state. 621 N. W. 35th St. TYPING Theses, dissertations,

(I.136-5t-p). term electric IBM type-
AIR-CONDITIONED Apartment for papers on
AND REFLECTIVE OF
I WantedMale 1 two with separate bath and one Land Is the baiss of all wealth, writer. Reasonable rates. FR

THE RANGE OF MAN'S small furnished room. 105 N. W. and real estate with the highest 2-0328. (M-136-2t-c).

7th Terrace. Call after 5 p.m. profit returns Is your best Invest-
roommate wanted to share
BEHAVIOR-IN THIS
apartment. FR 2-3748 evenings. FR- 2-0809. (B136.2tp). ment. Persons Interested In real Welcome to the Summer Tri-

EXTRAORDINARILYCANDID (C-134-3t-c). New Ranch Home, unfurnished. estate Investments including: mester.
Two bedrooms small acreage, rental-Income properties Are you going to miss that
living room,dining
FACTUAL FILM tof CONOITIOMP area, and 1-1/2 baths. Two rooms or Investment propertiesIn favorite horse you left at the old
the Gainesville area can reachme ranch? .
THAN COULD COME alr-condltloned. $100 per month.
I : _ J. W. Robinson Ranch located 11 at 376-6461 or 372-5940 at any Why not bring It to Gainesvilleand
WITHIN AN AVERAGE miles southwest of Gainesville on time. Wayne D. Mason, c/o Ern- have Colonel Terrlll E.Terry)
est Tew Realty, 2910 N. W. 13th Price retired play-
MAN'S EXPERIENCE!" Route 346A. For Information write U. S. Army,
Box 185, Flagler Beach, Floridaor St. (I-135-tf-c). ing coach and captain of over twenty

-Boifey CrowtherMODO t call 439-2123. (B-136-5t-c). military and civilian teams (Including -
H Philadelphia Country Club,
I
AVAILABLE NOW Choice ef- AutosJaguar I Maryland Polo Club and Divisionand

flciencV apartment for 2 peopleand Regimental Teams) keep It at

corner room for quiet gentleman XK 120 Roadster. New Tepee Ranch, train it to polo, and

Apply 321 S. W. 13th St. clutch, new brakes, new electrical have it where you can ride it after
"MUSCLEf across from B-136-lt-c
w campus. ( ). parts. Needs paint. $550. class?

BEACH PARTY" N Call 2-7691. (G-135-3t-c). Charges reasonable for care and
&&S900MM6BI990QOOO& ; training. Compared with care
1963 Oldsmobile
( Jetfire, Factoryair alone in a nearby county.
ORfVICJ THIATRRlroo conditioning; Four-speed Terry has finished his spring

H..M....R.d.Rr N M tfOf r transmission; supercharged en- planting, and trained another horse

gine. Excellent condition. Call for himself, and can take a Yew
1i\
LAST 3 BIG NITESI John Pierson FR 6-3790. (G-
studentsin
Individuals, or pairs, of
3 exciting color hits 135-2t-p). all branches of horsemanshipin --

open 6:45show; 7:20 300 SL Mercedes with fiberglass which he has won more top
body. Will accept reasonable offer honors than anyone else since
............. .. see 2 late as 9:14 I or trade for unmodified sports car. Gleasen Invented his War Bridle.

Hit M 1 at 7:20: Call 6-0863. (G-136-lt-c). Present students range from
Starts THURSDAY; two years to fifty-four years of
PM( NEWMANFirst 1962 Corvalr Monza, 4 dr., Auto- instructionof
age and include free
matic
trans., R & H
WSW
JAMES price
student -
their
tiny children with
$1595. 1958
MGA
model 1600
11ittlRIII Roadster with top and tonneau mothers, student wives, grad-
BONDIS .
uate students and professors.Five
covers, also wire wheels. Excellent -
r single or
dollars for a
run hit at 9: 14: Glynwood condition. $795. See at four apiece for a double aptitudetest
Trailer Park, Lot #26, advanced

BACK! ELVIS ::: (2307 G-136-2t-c S. W. )16th. Place after 5 p.m. horsemanship and demonstration, whether of you experience are a

former rider or have no
Produced by PJIESI.EV > : 1951 Plymouth Station Wagon.$135. ,

GUALTltROJACOPETTlTECHNICOLOR I t New tires. 234-A, Flavet m. At age 68 Terry Price is still
AJ FR 6-6015. (G-135-3t-c). going strong but during fewer hours
A Timti Film Rt'eis'
than in his twenties and thirties,

3rd Bonus Feature: 1[Car Rental I so late applicants may be disappointed -

by MODINE GRUNCH: Tony CurtisDean Martin or have to go on a waiting ',

Very few calendars kept 'WHO WAS THAT LADY?'' driver's ECONO CAR puts you In the list.Colonel Terri E. (Terry)

by ants, bees, etc. are starts fridayg enn ford per mile seat per for 12 hour$3.99 plus 9C Price, Tepee Ranch on the Wllli-
day. An ston 372-5844 between -
Road. Phone
'00 % accurate. FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE: ADVANCE to the REAR' extra dollar for 24 hours. FR 7 and 9 p.m. for appointment

r 6-3644. (N-136-lt-c). (M-134-3t-c).










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I :: Staffer of the week BOOK REVIEWS


WWII: our role revealed
Ernie Ted Litz, first "Ga-
tor Staffer of the Week," has
been on the paper in one capa-
United Press InternationalThe
city or another since the

i spring of last year. Ernie,
,i now an Associate Editor,plans United States And World War II, by A. Russell All It needs is a grand finale from an old C. B.
1 to get a master's degree in Buchanan (Harper & Row $12)): The latest entry in Cochrane musical comedy, or perhaps a few Lehar
education, to teach journalism the New American Nation Series Is as good an account lilts or Romberg roundelays.The .
and social studies. He attained of America's two-ocean war as has yet been published.
a 3.0 average last trimester Buchanan, a vice-chancellor of the University of

He was born on Hallo- California at Santa Barbara (appropriately enough, Inevitable Americans, by John Green way(Knoph
s ween, 1943 In New York City since Barbara is the patron saint of artillery), has $5.95)): An anthropolgist's fresh look at America and
done a masterful job of research and selection among the Americans
raises
but considers Hollywood, Fla. many questions and suppliesa
town. the abundant records of the second world war. few of the do
his home answers. Why we give women seatsin
His specific Interest, as the title indicates Is buses, carry packages for them? "Women In
i Ernie has been a sports cause "It's a good opportu- America's role in the conflict, but he also presentsa aboriginal America regularly carried weights of 150
writer, assistant sports edi- nity to meet people youcouldn't good account of the situations in Asia and Europethat pounds." There Is a reason for everything we do,
tor, editorial assistant colum- otherwise, and a led to Pearl Harbor and sent the United Statesto from fighting wars to wearing neckties, both unrea-
nist, morgue chief,circulation chance to understand the war. sonable acts on the face of it. The reason Is called
manager, and pasteup lab assistant things that go on around the Buchanan's work deals not only with the fairly well culture, and since Greenway Is a cultural determinist,
for The Gator. He campus. remembered military campaigns, which dwindle Inevitably his view Is that whatever the faults of the American
says he enjoys journalism be- Ernie lives In Murphree M.B.llllUIUUlUlJJJtfJ into the past as the 20th anniversary of D- culture, Americans, like all other peoples, "were
:y Day approaches, but also with the decisions of the driven by their cultural genes to become what they

., civilian negotiators, mostly secret at the time and are and what they will be." The United States, as
'! ', "' ,,,
'I"
Unit JlUIIUl! 1 ;'v forgotten since.
he it Is
sees the repository of a vast heritage of culture -
ThAre are some minor technical flaws in these from the acquisitiveness of the Mediterraneanbasin
books, especially in the maps which are supposed to to the courtly love of provence In medieval
illustrate the text, and over-condensation makes the times (Hence the package-carrying for women and
ii See What's New in chapter entitled "China, Burma, India" virtually In- the primacy of the dollar.) America may not be the
comprehensible."The .
best country in the world, Greenway concludes, but it
United States and World War II" is, never- Is the best country In the world for Americans.
w r theless, an informative historical account and an
The Browse Shop Invaluable source book for students of World War II,
if only for, its abundant footnotes and well-arranged BESTSELLERS
bibliography. (Compiled by Publishers' Weekly)

Like other volumes in the New American Nation
Qualify PaperbacksOFFICIAL series, these books were edited by History Profs. Fiction
Henry Steele Commanger (Amherst) ANti Richard D.
Morris (Columbia). TilE SPY WHO CAME IN FROM THE COLD --
John Le Carre
TilE GROUP McCarthy
Mary
GUIDE TO THE WORLD'S FAIR
Cold Comfort Farm, by Stella Gibbons (Dial $4.50)): TilE VENETIAN AFFAIR -- Helen Macinnes
OFFICIAL MAP OF THE WORLD'S FAIR When an author admlst at the outset that she means her CONVENTION -- Fletcher Knebel and Charles W.

GOODBYE COLUMBUS .Philip Roth book to be funny, she rather invites a double whammyon Bailey II
VON RYAN'S EXPRESS -- David Westheimer
SEVEN DAYS IN MAY .Knebel & Bailey her product. Yet, Stella Gibbons so proclaimedher WAPSIIOT
THE SCANDAL -- John Cheever
aim and achieved it in "Cold Comfort Farm,
FARTRAN PRIMER .E.I. Organick which has lasted through 31 editions in 32 years In THE NIGHT OF TilE GENERALS -- Hans Hellmut

GROWING UP ABSURD the British bookstalls and now is offered In a new Kirst
American edition. THE MARTYRED -- Richard E. Kim
RENOIR .Art Publication
Miss Gibbons conceived "Cold Comfort" while fed

up with reviewing for a London newspaper the stuffy, NonfictionFOUR
TECHNICAL & REFERENCE stilted novels of an earlier age. Her delightful

spoof of Victorian novels, set in the dim and drear DAYS -- American Heritage and U. P, I.
atmosphere of a Susses farm and Its bucollo Inmates
PROFILES IN COURAGE -- John F. Kennedy
M I CHA E LA NG E LO ..GoedschiederSIX i
emerges as a sort of cross between Chas. Addamsand THE GREEN FELT JUNGLE -- Ed Relit and Ovid
LANGUAGE DICTIONERY OF ELECTRONICS St. Trinlan's, DemarisA

MICROWAVE THEORY & MEASUREMENTS A young London socialite, put down at "Cold Com- DAY IN TilE LIFE OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY --

.Hewlett-Packard fort" for reasons of inherited penury,finds domicile Jim BishopDIPLOMAT
Corp.
of Ingrown problems topped by a domineering grand AMONG WARRIORS -- Robert Murphy
dame who is slightly dotty because in her youth THE DEPUTY -- Rolf Hochhuth
MY YEARS WITII GENERAL MOTORS -- Alfred
she saw "something nasty in the woodshed. The
young London socialite lightly solves the divers pro- Sloan, Jr.
blems, several of them Freudian, restores the grand WHEN THE CHEERING STOPPED: TilE LAST YEARSOF
The BROWSE SHOP dame to reason and packs her off on a world tour, WOODROW WILSON -- Gene SmithJ.
converts an oaf Into a Hollywood star, marries off F. K.: THE MAN AND THE MYTH -- Victor

the family darling rich and wraps up the whole mare's Lasky

Campus Shop & Bookstore nest neatly In 254 pages. THE NAKED SOCIETY. '-- Vance Packard.. '

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X11 Letter from TokyoDear


R Batiste gets an Oxford education Sir:


I wish to make friends with your people. So I am
'
writing this letter. I have been desiring for a long
s:4: time to get contact with some people in your country
:K "-ARROW- to correspond with In order to create a good friendship -

But' I did not know how to do It. Recently,
however, I have learned through TOKYO AMERICAN
CULTURAL CENTER that the best way is to write
(J' ,p1 \ Comfortably batiste fabric in the directly to the school paper's editor. So, here I

'1' college mans' favorite oxford am. Our country, Japan, is now in an isolated posi-
tion in Asia after the defeat in the last war. But we
weave is sure to be one of the younger generation here are earnestly wishing to keepa

friendship with people in other countries. Especially -
} shirts this
t M I most popular sea-
we are anxious to keep good relations with peoplein
r son on or off the campus. your country. The exchange of postal cards, ,
1 pictures, and stamps art certainly welcomed and
( x i Traditional ivy styling -
:
3 s, o moreover the talks in the letters would be most
/ 3 in the handsome excellent Idea to learn things about your country.
'' To have a better understanding with each other Is
Sussex button-down
best way to the world peace Don't you think so?
y :'" collar. traditional If you will hear my request I will be more than

glad and moreover, if you will publish this letterin
(J\ t. \ } ; ARROW tailoring your column it would be still better. U not,

: d for perfect fit and then please pass this to your girl students.
Yours truly
very ,
r' "Sanforized" labeled to
J P. S. I want to introduce myself. My name is
ensure lasting fit washing Jlnlchl Shimizu.
I am a Japanese boy and am 17 years old. '
after washing. Crisp cool
; My address is: 173 Unokl, Chofu
47 white in short sleeves Ota, Tokyo

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A man with I such deep eyes
Please, Lionel let me can't be all bad I
see your face I Io '
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Don Addis

for what ? _


By Alligator JOHN ASIANS Editor Dropouts: maybe they're just bored ? I


"NEWS from Spencer Productions, -
Inc." A good many of today's college dropouts are intelligent, energeticand Citing previous studies, Dr. Hall pointed out that a student's chances
"for Release IMMEDIATELY" intellectually curious students who are dissatisfied with a set of staying in college at present are better if he comes from a favorable
curriculum, a UF clinical psychologist told a meeting of the Florida home environment which has emphasized educational and intellectual
"Mrs. Yetta Bronstein,Indepen- Association of Colleges and Universities in Miami Beach recently.Dr. values.
dent candidate for President of the Everette Hall told the group that these dropouts reflect a failure Participation in high school activities and holding offices in organi-
United States In 1964,has appointed on the part of the nation's colleges and universities to provide flexible zations Is another good sign the student will complete his first year
Spencer Productions,Inc.to handle programs of study and other considerations for Individual differences of college, he said.
her public relations. found In students. An "exit interview" has been developed here to give each student who
"For the past two years Mrs. officially drops out a chance to discuss his problem with the Dean of
Bronstein has been quietly soli- Many of these students, he said, tend to learn well In discussion Men. Questions in the interview Include concern with the student's
citing thousands of popular votes periods, take an active interest in investigations of the subject under reasons for leaving, whether he plans to re-enter college, his vocationaland
through personal appeals before consideration, but they cannot bear the confinement of sitting for educational goals and how all of these coincide with his parents'
community organizations, clubs hours with a book and turning out answers by rote memory on an wishes.
and colleges. She will begin her objective examination. "In this way we hope to determine what happens to dropouts after
campaign In April as a write-in These students would thrive under an Individual-effort type course, they leave, as well as how dropouts succeed if they_: return to the
candidate with an extensive lecture he said. University at a later date," Dr. Hall said.
tour in all 50 states. Here is the Dr. Hall cited honors program at UF which attempts this kind of
BRONSTEIN FOR PRESIDENT approach for high ability students.
platform: "We would like to see this kind of Individual effort tried at the
1. Lowering voting age to 18. middle ability levels because creativity Is not limited to those at the
2. Better government. top of the ability scale," Dr. Hall said
3. Flourldatlon. Dr. Hall is studying the problem of dropouts as part of a five year Man
4. National Bingo Mental Health Project in progress at the University of Florida. The ,
5. Sex Education. studies, sponsored by the National Institute of Mental Health, are the
6. Stronger Government. concerned with background factors, personality patterns and university
"Mrs. Bronstein is 48 years !environment as they affect the student's adaptation to college. stampede'sBRASS
old, married and has one son. A
dynamic and often outspoken woman There are generally two types of dropouts, Dr. Hall said. The firstis on
she originally hails from the the student who has come to college through no choice of his own. for
Bronx and has been active In a "Some of these may be helped through counseling to select a goal
number of drives to recognize women which fits his own wishes and abilities. This may involve transferring
as the leaders of men. to a smaller school or one which is not so competitive," he said.
'!This is her first bid for public The second is the student who is definitely college material both RINGERGo
office and it is backed by a per- Intellectually and in terms of motivation who has not found himselfin
sonal conviction that she is exercising the college program.
her right as an American
citizen. .and a good one. .to
Faculty members presented awardsTWO
run for the nation's highest office w ..
"Yetta Bronstein has audited / #

numerous college courses in political UF FACULTY MEMBERS charge of the Language Arts Program s Go see Kotonel Keds fly
science, government and were given honorary awards at for the College Education with the Bell rocket belt In
economics, bringing to the White the Florida Education Association Dr. Stryker has served as editor 'Leon/doff' World'
at the N. Y. World's FairAmphitheatre
House a combination housewife, ;:
held in Miami Beach
recently. of the FCTE Newsletter for many t
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woman leader, and mother. Dr. Vincent McGuire of the Colyears..
"Further details can be obtained lege of Education and Dr. David
from campaign manager Alan Stryker of the College of Arts and
Abel." Sciences each cited
were by the
Enclosed with the letter above Florida Council of Teachers of Club I meeting:
were small handbills: English for "recognition of note-
"R. I. of Detroit says: I planto worthy contributions as a teacherof
vote for Mrs. Bronstein as English and outstanding service THE GATOR AMATEUR RADIO
I President in November because as a member and officer of the CLUB meets Mondays at 8 p.m.
r I this country needs a good house- Council." In Room 521,Engineering Building. ccrnri
wife, a woman leader, and strong Dr. McGuire was instrumental Everyone Interested is invited to \cc\
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: .b... Institutions, have come up with another.:wllshed satire,
this time on the Institution of marriage and the "hell"
that domineering women work upon unassertive, unsuspecting -
husbands.
Director Marco Ferreri views marriage as a parallel -
with the Insect world. Like the queen bee and the
t drone, with the consciousness of the human animal
added, the cunning female exploits her mate's sexual
powers to the point of exhaustion, and then secure In
;, the knowledge of her pregnancy (her desire achieved),
Cecil M. Webb (left), President of Dixie Lilly Milling Company, was awarded the UF Presidential :. she deftly turns on the "deep freeze" while her mate, ",
Medallion for his contributions to the university's agricultural education and research programs > too egotistical to admit her duplicity, gradually wastes
Dr. J. Wayne Reitz, president of the university, presented the medallion during a special luncheon away, full of deluded reveries about the "goodness"of
honoring Webb at the university. During the past four years, Webb has purchased and donated 25 marriage, of procreation, of the wonderful orderof
purebred polled herefords, at a total cost of nearly $110,000, to the university's Agricultural Experiment I it all.There.
Station.meet. is something tragic about such helpless hus-
bands, something savage about such cold, calculatingwives.
Ferreri seems well aware of this, and his

.... witty, intimate humor combined with prophetic symbolssuch
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FICUS assistant retires with her husband burying a skeleton so they can be
totally alone, even from death) make for a shocking
contrast when the viewer realizes he is laughing at
nothing less than a nightmare, and that if he is married,
Mrs. Arthur G. Ivey retired as She entered UF at the age of 49 he may be part of it.
ill administrative assistant in the Department and joined the staff of the Gen- Ferreri gets good performances from his principles,
of Woman's Activitiesfor eral Extension Division of Florida Ugo Tognazzl as the unfortunate husband, and Marina
the Florida Institute for Continuing forerunner to FICUS, priorto Vlady as the boudoir beguiler, especially In the
University Studies (FICUS) her graduation.She former's ability to convey male stupidity and the
this month. assisted In coordinatingshort latter's coolness in moments of passion.
Mrs. Ivey, widow of a well- courses for the Florida Con- Despite its attributes, the movie has a major
known Florida newsman, began gress of Parents and Teachers, defect in that the action does not quite match the
her career after his death in 1948. which she served as first vice theme. For all its bitterness and seductive charm,
president in 1947, and the Florida It lacks the overall brilliance, sarcasm, and smooth-
Federation of Garden Clubs. She ness of plot development which characterized the simi-
also coordinated Family Life Institutes larly fashioned "Divorce -- Italian Style." The
Mrs.Schaefer. throughout Florida which liveliness of the bedroom scenes is not maintained
are conducted by the faculty of the outside the home, and it is hard to be amused by the
School of Social Welfare of Florida traditional image of the meddling family when one has
State University. already seen this skillfully done.
Prior to his death, Mr. Ivey was Nevertheless, the movie gets its point across,and is
///fbeiaLIIUfi2fl4tel/ ; / state news editor on the Florida- a stiff warning to any male contemplating being
Times Union in Jacksonville for domesticated. For those who may have already com-
PHI wifePHT 16 years. Before that time he mitted folly; It is a clear call to use one's mascu-
owned the Plant City Courier and Unity, not to have it used, for the tragedy of the maleIs
worked on the staffs of the Orlando that he takes his assigned role too seriously.

as you may know, I Sentinel and Tampa Morn-
stands for ing Tribune. "
Putting Hubby ', ": '" '
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Things are looking up. In another -
Defends senatorsEDITOR i_ I Ib week,'Madame X,'our news-

papercat, will be nameless no
,longer. Several concerned readers
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: names, some of them quite
appropriate. The lady will be

Mr. Haness's article "Not Representative"is qa christened this coming Tuesday.
Interesting and informative. I had no idea Suggestions so far:
that what I believe to be a correct reactionto "Tabby Tabloid" -- Lee Webb,

the Civil Rights Bill by Senators Hollandand 171 Fletcher L."Bridgette".
it t -- Ann W. Jones,
Smathers
was probably a minority opinion
within this State. I guess that makes me a partof Med Center.
that minority too? Well, we can't all be th "Prink" (for Printer's Ink) --
followers. no name.
"Frieda" -- Mrs. R. S. Teboe,
I find within myself as a young Florida citi- 3101 S. W. 34th St.
zen a deep respect and faith in the Judgmentand "Tablgall Van Buren" -- Lee
farsightedness of our two Senators. They Webb.
have been elected many times to their seats "Alll" -- Judy Barnes, Tigert
and, perhaps, there is a reason why. Often in ,*,; Information Desk.
the heat of a controversial issue,honest attempts :y \ "Copy Cat" -- Lee Webb.
to pass legislation and make It enforceable by ;W,., "Alll-Cat" -- no name.
law result in the addition of certain statements t I "Mehitabel" -- numerous sour-

which, by themselves, can be detrimental in a ces, all verbally, all of whom
- number of ways. In the Civil Rights Bill sucha we've forgotten.
statement exists. It was put there with the "Pandora" --Marsha Brown,
help of some of our own Southerners. This Alligator receptionist.
statement "contempt of court" of Men
concerns a "Whoopee" -- Dean.
clause, whereby any individual owning running Frank Adams.
a private establishment must Integrate It or
face a contempt of court charge which entailsa
fine of from $200 to $500. The Inclusionof
such a clause has weakened a basically good r
and beneficial bill because it invites criticism .,
from those who would not otherwise be againstthe
essence of the bill. For instance,in a radio
broadcast by Senator Holland recently,he stated
that he did not object to the bill basically,
but rather to the late addition to it which would ,...
hinder the rights of a supposedly free people.In .
essence, this was his statement. I leave
Its meaning to you.
ad'sF
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As realized through the years, freedom and
equality cannot easily exist concomitantly. A Vote For
There are two ways of defining equality and
freedom, negatively and positively Negatively
speaking, freedom Is defined as "the absenceof
arbitrary restraints which would encroach
upon human rights" and equality as "the absence ARTHURTHOMPSON W. P y .
of special priveleges." In the positive
definition, freedom is defined as "the powerto
make effective choices" and equality as "the y -
opportunity for each individual to develop his
talents." In the negative usage, there Is no a 1A' _
room for both. In the positive definition, for
there Is a possibility of both existing, since
opportunity Increases power and power Increases 6i
opportunity. However, to accomplish County CommissionerDISTRICT ;
such a complimentary Increase Is another mat- e ra
ter. To Increase the opportunity of the Negroin
1, AT LARGE
some Instances demolishes the power of the
private businessman to make "effective'
choices." In other words,his freedom to chooseIs
lost now and forever. But you will say thatI
am putting property rights ahead of personal
rights. Am I? Is It the property we are arguingover
or the owners right to exercise his .
own control over his own land? I ask you,
are we not really discussing personal rights is a vote for
vs. personal rights? There may come a time
4
when the Negro won't want the White to enter

HIS establishment, and then HE'LL be held Sound Business Administration
in contempt of court. Are we discussing whatIs
good for some or what is good for all con-
cerned? Senators Smathers and Holland reactas
they do probably because of this one reason.
Perhaps there Is more than one reason Involved -
Through his of successful hardware
operation a business, Arthur W. Thompson
? has proved his abilities in the field of business. '


I don't know whether or not our Senatorsare Now serving his third term as a f iry commissioner of High Springs, he has
for the within the State
speaking majority
demonstrated his knowledge of what is required In municipal affairs.
and neither do you. However, I would think
that most of us would have thoughts opposite
This knowledge he would bring to the county commission for the benefit of
from yours. I praise what the Senators are
in Alachua County. .
doing, not because of the adverse effects sucha everyone
defeated bill would have upon the Negro, but .' I" .
because of the freedom and rights I hold so .
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dear and cherish so greatly. The cause is good, .
but the means are less than satisfactory to me. I
Mr. Haness, I believe in the cause you say
so many share with .'.'u. At the same time, I
Elect the
will not be Intimidated by such a clause. Qualified Man

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This Is my opinion, and I cannot profess to
be In the majority, nor even that the reasons (fd.PoL Adv. by Art w W. Thompwm)
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for holding this opinion are analogous to those
who also hold this viewpoint on the Civil Rights
Bill. If you truly believe what you have written,
write to Senator Smathers and Holland and .
give them your view of the issue at hand. n '
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"I..1l e; at, I. s 4C X1 ce

.an architectural The patterns change as the sun ( ) by REID POOLE, head of UF.music department
moves across the sky.

sterplece stands An interplay of forms, planes .

and space gives the house an illusion -

the way ofogress1 of depth. From any one

point In the living room, it is Post mortem last
impossible to see all the walls. on year

The house> pulls and pushes your

eye, inside the house and outsideit
around the brick piers and Reflecting on the regular con- formances and eight exhibits In the audience and the stage. The Juil-

irASHINGTON (UPI) Freeway cert season of 1963-64, one Is encouraged visual arts. However, there was liard String Quartet retired from
cypress creating
a unity with
struct Ion Is about to eliminate the land. by the enumeration of the not available a single adequate the stage for an extra intermissionwhen

que example of American "I think you become a better several outstanding attractions gallery for appropriate displayof clanking radiators, turned on

hitecture even though a detered person by living here Mrs. brought here and by the breadthand the art exhibits, and visiting by a vigilant thermostate in the

woman stands In the way. Leighey said. "Little, by little coverage of several areas in companies such as the Chicago heating plant blocks away, inter-

state condemnation suit has the performing arts. Certainly it Opera Ballet and the American ruped one of the loveliest and subtlest -
your pretensions fall and
n filed against famed architectk away, is to the credit of the Universitythat Ballet Theatre had to leave their passages In all chamber music
become
you a more ruthful,a more
Lloyd Wright's Pope house honest person." we have had this past year van loads of scenery on the vans literature. Edward Troupin, vio-

[nearby Falls Church, Va., and The state has offered $24,000 such attractions as the Amadeus when their companies played here. linist, and Carolyn Troupin, pian-

ay soon fall prey to bulldozers for the house although it would String Quartet of England, pianist There is no theatre-auditorium in ist, after sweating and sweltering

|axing the way for Interstate cost an estimated $48,000 to replace Leon Fleisher, a production with Gainesville which provides ade- through a September concert in

hway 66. and an estimated scenery and orchestra of Puccini's quate facilities for the hanging of 1962, craftily scheduled their next

rs. Robert Leighey, presenter relocate. There is vacant$52,000to land "Tosca," the Chicago Opera Ballet scenery or adequate dressing room concert In January of the following

has been leading a battle, adjacent and parallel but the state the American Ballet Theatre, facilities for more than a fraction season; the temperature for the two

joined in by the government, refuses to consider moving the Szymon Goldberg,The CreggSmith of even a medium sized company. concerts averaged out beautifully,

(save the house from destruction. Singers, and the Pittsburgh Sym- Whether playing In Florida Gym- the second being as cold as the
alignment of the highway claim-
'I'm not doing it for myself, phony Orchestra.On nasium or the University Audi- first one had been hot.
Ing its land acquisition has
for architects, students and too far for that. gone the popular side, the torium, visiting artists must use These anecdotes, which always

pie building their own homes "That's ridiculous Mrs. Smothers Brothers were a delightto the same washroom facilities as seem more humorous afterwardsthan

bis Is the kind of house that some six thousand students and the general public. Neither location at the time they occur, couldbe
Leighey said. "All they have to
ople can live in, rather thant townspeople, while Fred Waringand provides adequate lightingor ralated at considerable length.
do is put the land for sale.
exist in," she said. up His Pennsylvanians performed electrical facilities. In many They are a part of the current
Land In Falls Church is at a
I The house was built in the 1940s mostly for an older audience which cases we are not getting the full campus folklore.
premium. The land would be
gone
d is an example of Wright's recalled personally Wiring's: ca- production we are paying for
almost as soon as it was put on the
organic" architecture ablend- IMPROVEMENTS AHEAD
market."I .
\g of a building with its surroundgs It Is encouraging to witnessthe
had this dream that the National -
that gave the project an un- construction of the new Uni-
Park Service would buy up
ual esthetic value. versity Gallery on 13th Street which
the land, the house, and the land
I Mrs. Leighey has shown curious should be ready for use next yearin
the state has already bought for
Isltors around the house for thet the Fourth Annual Fine Arts
the highway, and make it into a
17 years. Festival. The new Florida Union
park -- an urban park--but the
"Even couples with babies in highway department won't budge." building, for which ground is to be

fieir arms have come to see it," broken next Saturday, will Include
Mrs. Leighey longer has to
he said. a theatre Ideally suited for the
carryon her fight alone. The
The curious and the Interested purposes of the Florida Players,
National Park Service, the National -
ontinue to come by, spurred bye Trust for Historic Preser- and also an all-purpose room withan

publicity the place has re- auditorium-style seating capacity -
vation, Secretary of the Interior
eived. of sixteen hundred, and an
Stewart L. Udall and local news-
Finis Farrm author of "Frank art gallery. The dramatic theatre
papers have joined with her to
loyd Wright,A Biography," wrotef preserve the house. reer of the last thirty years.It The musical director of the should be one of the finest college

the house: was unfortunate that the Lyceum Tosca production used a 3 feet theatres in the country with Its
"It believed in those The Park Service, which Is now which will be for
was widely Council overestimated the by 5 feet broom closet for his stage adaptable

(ays (the early 1940s) that onlyhe convinced it cannot sway state Interest of the student body and dressing room, from which he both traditional productions and

| rich could afford to employ highway officials to reroute their Gainesville In good jazz. The gave an interview and signed autographs theatre-in-the-round.
tie famous architect and Wright highway, has offered to help move However, even these welcome
Paul Winter Sextet played two refreshing William Steinberg, the
ccepted todes- the house to one of its parks. Improvements will not relieve
every opportunity jazz concerts to woefully distinguished conductor of the
roy this legend. The Falls Church The hunt Is on for a site, a Department small audiences. One can only Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, many of the situations illustrated

om mission was therefore very of the Interior spokesmansaid conclude that the ravages of the used as his dressing room the office by the examples above. In short,

uch to his liking. Loren Pope and Virginia has offered to "rock-and-roll" movement and of the University auditorium provisions for the needs of a university -

as a who neededHe pay "within reason" the reloca- of the site and stature of
newspaperman the folkmusic wave, which began custodian. Mr..Steinberg dressed ..., .
tion costs. The Federal Bureauof
help of his publisher in fi- '''"
admirable few ry
enough some j jr jr
years '
ancing the moderate-sized house. Public Roads is investigatingthe ,
ago but which has deteriorated In
possibility of government financing ::1
"Perhaps the outstanding quality -
the last couple of seasons, hare
of the Pope house is the cer- and assorted groups and been more widespread and deeply
Individuals have offered their help.
(
ainty of the designer's touch. cutting than we realized.
he unhesitating in the "It is a measure of the blind, .
precision
The Student Government and the ,
restless surge of modern society, +
andling of line and mass Is characteristic Lyceum Council officers and mem-
Secretary Udall said in a speechIn
of all Wright's work. bers deserve much credit for the
The house to from Chicago, "that today three of
seems grow fine job they do from year to year
|the woods in which it stands. Its Frank Lloyd Wright's most dis- .\A the preparation and presentation -
creations the Roble
tinguished --
weatherbeaten cypress exterior of their concert series. Kudosare
(blends house in Chicago, the Imperial
and merges with the tree due Ann Brown '63-64
(trunks around it. Rows of plate Hotel In Tokyo, and the Pope house President Ray, Anderson Lyceum -
,
I --are threatened by the advance
glass doors stretch to
from floor '63-64 Business Manager and

I ceiling, and where these meet ata of'progress."The win- President for the coming)tear,and
preservationists are
corner, there is no corner support few battles with the bulldozers Barry Diamond,Business Manager while the normal use of the office the University of Florida are sim-
ning
The walls open out while during '62-63 and Vice President telephone for essential business ply nowhere In sight.Is .
these days, but I can report to you
the floor continues and becomesa with satisfaction that action is Elect for '64-65. continued. Since there were no it Important for the largestand

terrace. The ceiling, projectingout underway in Washington which mirrors In this office, it was nec- most prestigious ynlverslty

into space, pulls the eye beyond should result in the preservationof A CLOSER LOOK essary to send a scout to borrowa in the nation's eighth most populous

the house to a tree, a few mirror from a lady's purse so state to attain a balance betweenthe
the house.
feet away, which seems to becomethe "For Pope the first time," Mrs. Leighey But while one feels encouragedin that Steinberg. could tie his bow areas of the sciences and
building's corner post. technology and the areas of the
said, "I'm optimistic. If. the reading the roster attractions, tie.It
Ribbons of small abstract a closer look at the musical sceneon is interesting to see whetherthe arts and other humanistic activi-

clerestory windows decorate the highway can't be moved, the house the University campus makesone visiting managers throw their ties? This Is a question which

walls, and the sun shining through will be moved" and preserved for realize that many paradoxesexist hands up or merely wring them. the University of Florida,the Stateof

them patterns the rooms with light.Doctorsto. the future. and that there are many The equipment manager of the Florida, and the people of

questions frequently asked for Pittsburgh Orchestra solved the Gainesville must answer. The

I speakFaculty which one wishes there were bet- problem of backstage space In part answer must be "yes." Or,perishthe

ter answers. by placing the large Instrumentcases thought, are we already answering "-

The Third Annual Fine Arts of the orchestra on the main the question by our acceptance -

Festival included some fifteen per- floor of the auditorium between the of the present situationI ?
members for the Col- Dr. Andersen will speak May 8

lege of Medicine have ben selected on the subject "Anesthesia for

as speakers for scientific the Newborn." The following day

sections of the Florida Medical J Dr. Barnard will present a paper

Association's annual meeting to beheld entitled "Psychological Adapta-

in Hollywood, Fla., May 7-10. tion of Man to Unusual and Stressful
Environments."

'iney are Drs. Richard T.Smith, Dr. Smith is professor and Dr. ,.
Howard A. Pearson, Thorkild W. Pearson assistant professor of "

Andersen and George W. Barnard.Dr. pediatrics. Dr. Andersen is assistant -
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smith will address the professor of surgery and '

state's medical men on May 7 on Dr. Barnard Is assistant professor

kidney disease. Dr. Pearson will of psychiatry. They are among fr

moderate a panel discussion later 28 state and national speakers appearing -

the same day on the genetic and on the scientific program

developmental aspects of disease. of the four day session.








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can be so dominated by any single goal such as free nylons in : ':;r\
marriage to the exclusion of all other objectives.This ly shades. S 10ve.1Ar ')) $147-
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Consider what the plight of the poor college male
would be If he had nothing better to choose from thanan
assortment of shallow women Interested only in
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marriage and the family with no feeling for his life's Sm
work nor ability to accompany him on an intellectual
plane as well as the sexual. How often have you heardof =
the coed dropout who got married early and pro-
ceeded to "push hubby through How many times 0

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contend with, It seems, is that the only REAL purposeof ;, $ <
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little notice Is taken of the fact that a good wife s'
with
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and mother who is talented, knowledgeable, and Interested for pre-
in life can be a tremendous asset to both COMPARE AT 99c dicta ble timing!
her husband and her children.I .
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people in need of each other's strength and com- TRAY TABLES PAPER PLATES ... TTe
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responsibility for such circumstances lies on the Many gay designs! Folding
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early Independence and security. It seems to me
far more unselfish to insist that your future mate JAMAICA SETSJamaica
finish her education If she Is at all disposed In that

direction.The .
result could be a far more lasting and satis-
factory relationship than otherwise. A genuine love
and affection for another demands consideration of N1 r>
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TuesdayMay 5,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 15
Gator statsstaglance

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After 22 games, first baseman
I Tom Shannon continues to lead By MARTIN EDWARDS The Gators scored a run In the An Insurance tally was added in
the Gators In batting with a .299 Sports Editor the e I g h thinning when Porter
doubled and scored on Randy Mor-
average. second Inning when catcher Dave
However, centerfielder Allen Charlie Anderson's four-hit Porter walked, stole second, and croft's single.
Trammell! was hitting at a .370 4' shutout performance enabled the rode home on Jim Elliott's single. Auburn, led by Jimmy Barfleld's
clip before he was ruled Ineligibledue Gators to down the Auburn Tigers Two more Gators crossed the single, double, and triple Friday
to Insufficient hours. Tram- 4-0 in afternoon pounded out 17 hits, and
1 Saturday's contest here to plate In the sixth Inning. Tom
mell was three at-bats short of ( gain a split In the important two- Shannon walked, and was sacrificed received further aid from five Gator -
being classified with the reuglars. game series. to second. Dill Blomgren then field miscues to score 10 runs.
I Catcher Dave Porter(.270),sec- Auburn had won the Friday con- walked and Porter singled off the Pitcher Jimmy Crysel (8-0 thus
ond baseman Earl Montgomery .. test 10-3 on a 17-hlt offensive show- pitcher's glove. In an attemptto far in the season) held the Gators
(.268), centerfielder Jim Elliott ing. throw him out at first base, completely at bay for seven Inn-
(.268), and left fielder Jim Dun- Anderson scattered four Tiger Tiger shortstop Otis Bibb fired Ings, until the roof fell in on him
-." .. .. \. in the eighth Inning when the Ga-
can (.263) are in a tight race for -- singles throughout the afternoon, wild past the base and Shannon
the second highest batting average. Leading the Gators at the plateIs struck out six and walked only scored. Ron Creese's sacrificefly tors scored three times on three
Sophomore right fielder Bill southpaw first baseman one. ] drove in Blomgren. walks and Earl Montgomery's sin-
Blomgren leads the team In runs Tom Shannon, who Is hittingat gle.The
batted in (21)) while versatile Ron a .299 rate. split was to Auburn's advantage -
Creese leads In runs scored (19)). Graves as the Tigers still lead
Porter leads the team In extra record (he was 5-0 last year) : SEC's best the Gators by one-half game. Auburn -
base blows with 10. has given up only 4 earned runs is 11-5 and Florida 10-5 In

Pitcher Charlie Anderson con- in 46 innings pitched, for an amaz- SEC play.Summer.
tinues to lead the pitching staff, ing 0.78 earned run average. mural
and is considered a top prospectfor The flreballer has struck out 50 Director of Sports Publicity Norm Carlson has recently
All-Southeastern Conference men in the 46 innings In which he published a release which contains some information which
honors. pitched, and has shown excellent might be of interest to Florida football followers.For program setThe
Anderson, In posting a fine 3-1 control by walking only ten men. Instance, the Gators best four-year Southeastern Con- summer sports program as
ference football record In history has been produced by Ray set up by the Intramural Depart-
Graves during his four years as }Head Coach (1960-to-date).
ment, will consist of one AllCampus -
I Thinclads third in AAU Graves' Gators are 15-9-1 in the league for a percentage Tournament with five sports:

of .613. Softball, handball, tennis, golf, and
The Florida track team finished ference. Under Bob Woodruff from 1954-1957, the Gators were 17-11-2 bowling.All .
third behind the Tallahassee Ath- Lee Chira was third in the pole for a .597 percentage, and few other four-year periods In entries (team and Individual)
letic Club (TAC) and the Miami vault with a vault of 13 feet six Florida history produce a .500 mark. must be In to the department,room
Athletic Club (MAC) in the state inches, his best In competition. New Florida assistant football coach Billy Kinard Is remem- 229, Florida Gym, by today at
AAU meet Saturday night in Tallahassee Freshman Harry Winkler provedhis bered in Mississippi as a standout defensive back, yet he Is 5 p.m.
versatility by placing secondin the sixth-leading pass receiver in Rebel history. Anyone not on a team may stop
Captain Pete Rowe broke the the shot put, third In the javelin Although handicapped by a cast running from toe to hip, by the department for placementon
Florida school record for the sec- and fourth In the discus throw. Gator tackle John Whatley remained In school during the a team. All students, faculty,
ond straight week In the 330 yard The 440 yard relay team of just-concluded trimester and compiled an average of 3.37. and staff are eligible for partici-
intermediate hurdles with a 37.6 George Leach, Seldwyn Chalker, For the first time In four trimesters, however, Whatley, pation.
clocking, the best In the South- Anderson, and Rowe placed secondto whose overall Is around the 3.8 mark, failed to lead the Gators For further information go to
eastern Conference (SEC). This is the TAC as did the mile relay academically. The honor went to guard Bill Richbourg room 229 at the Gym, or call
a full second faster than his time team of Brown, Anderson, Bill Pensacola who made a 342. fn 6-3261, Ext. 2889. _
of last week. Boberts, and Rick Haley Leach Two outstanding Gator athletes are currently fraternity
was second In the 220 yard dash. presidents; ex-football star Jack Katz is Commander of SigmaNu
John Anderson won the 100 yard Roberts was fourth In the 330 while swimming All-America Jerry Livingston heads Beta PATRONIZEGATOR':
dash in 9.C seconds to equal the yard intermediate hurdles and Theta Pi.Several.
best time in the conference. Jim freshman Scot Hager was third In outstanding Gator athletes are also members of
Brown won the 880 yard run In the 120 yard high hurdles. Charles Florida Blue Key. They Include All-America third baseman
1:54.0 while Dietter Gebhard was Goodyear was fourth In the two mile Tom Moore, and former football stars Bruce Culpepper and ADVERTISERS
fourth in 1:56.0. Gebhard Is the and frosh David Wilson took fourth Bruce Starling. Culpepper Is Secretary of the organization. ,
]leading freshman In the con- in the mile. Marquis Baeszler, sophomore halfback on the Gator "Go" .
team wants to be a sportswriter. His reason: "So I can get
my name spelled right In the newspaper." Baeszler writesa
sports column called the "Ice Break" during the regular

o e trimesters in the Alligator, and Is a Journalism major. I.r.






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Want to get of good human relations In carrying instead "While I was In the armyI
Here's' sample them out, and a desire for a permanent learned a great deal about the
a career in the personnel field. principles of leadership and had
an interview ? I f you will examine the attached son Interesting and valuable experience -
.J ; resume and consider the following directing the work of
261 Grand View Avenue "
IT:, University Center, USA statements, I think you will agree others.
here's how Mr. H. S. Wright !.. that I have the qualifications."
July 30, 1959 .
: Director of.Employment PROVIDE EVIDENCENow It Is clear that the application
Hometown "teel Company letter should be slanted to each

By Robert G. Weaver Hometown, Fenna. A If you have written a suc- particular job. To succeed It
Assistant Professor of EnglishThe cessful opening you have Interestedyour should be brief; it should attract
Pennsylvania State University' Dear Mr. Wright: reader. He wants to see some favorable attention; it should shar-
i evidence. A few sentences point- pen your outstanding qualifications
As a job seeker, you already Mr. Thomas H. Elliott, who Is In charge of the Central ing out a particularly strong item ; it should make the mostof
I know how to construct a personal Transcribing Bureau In your organization, told me this of experience or training are in possibilities for turning liabilities -
I data sheet. The purpose of this morning that he believes I should qualify for the positionof order. Make the most of your into assets; it should ask
I article Is to give you instructionon secretary to the Sales Manager. unique background, be brief but for appropriate action. To the
the principles of writing a Because I worked for the Hometown Steel Company during positive. You can do a good job left is one example of a complete
good application letter to accom- summer vacations In 1956 and 1957, I am already familiar '.. here if you will take a few minutesto letter. The girl who wrote It
1 paay that data sheet. with the typing and filing formats used, and I am well acquainted > study the job specification if It directed it to a specific Job.f .
Many persons simply attach a with company policy in other respects. My appointment is available. Then take a pieceof
letter saying in effect -"I read would, therefore, save the company> valuable training paper, and make two columnsas
your ad in the DAILY ASTON- time and expense.As follow: What do they seem to 0
ISHER; please consider me an applicant a Business Education major in college I have a wide want? What can I offer?
for the job. Details of my knowledge of business subjects. I can take dictation at the
experience and background maybe rate of 120 words a minute, file neatly and orderly, compose One ad will be vaguely worded,
found on the attached data sheet." effective business letters, operate several business machines, using terms as "bright young
Such a letter has one virtue; it is and handle routine office situations adequately! and confidently.The man;" "aggressive;" "Initiative
, short, and that Is Important. But attached personal history will give you details about and ability to meet career opportunity M
it is not as helpful as it mightbe. my work experience, education and personal qualifications head on." Another ad 0Carmanella's
The letter can be short and May I come In to see you at your convenience and answer will stress such demands as "re-
still say something pertinent.Your any further questions you might have? cent mature college graduates,"
application letter has the "degree in business administration -
same relationship to your data Sincerely yours, or psychology." Another will
sheet that a good,influential friend put heavier emphasis on related
would have to you personally. In (Taken from the INDUSTRIAL SCIENCE & ENGINEERING experience, work you have done,
getting a job it would be ideal Magazine, April 1960.) etc.
U your friend could lead you Into d NI' t (f

the prospective employer's office -,. __ r_ ___ ____.__ "" By studying the various adver-
and say: will agree that I am ready." perience I feel ready to put It tisements or job specifications,
"Here, Mr. Winters, Is a good A direct, confident opening suchas all to good use as a store manager you can often find subtle Indicationsof
man, a good worker,strongly qual- the latter Is good, IF you have anywhere there may be an openingIn "What they seem to want." Then Something differentin
ified for the job that Is open. the evidence to support the claim your organization. Please con- by studying your data sheet which, dining experience
Talk with him and give him every that you are ready. Employersoften sider my qualifications." you remember, is you In capsule
possible consideration." like a statement of a goal.It If you have been fortunate enoughto form you can often find some
1 I If your friend were able to shows that you understand your- learn about the job from a per- experience or course that can be
support such an opening with specific self and know where you want togo son who Is known and respectedby sharpened to your advantage.
details, you must agree that Here is another "work cen- the prospective employer, by Remember that ALL work experience -
,J you would be off to a good start tered" opening that would probably all means use the name of that is valuable. Don't passit
In your interviewing. Consider attract attention: person to attract favorable attention up just because the job didn't
I some of the effects that your "For the past three years,whileI : last long or because you weren't
friend might accomplish; he would was studying sales managementIn "Mr. Harold Hicks of your cre- paid much. Don't say "The only
I I attract favorable attention to you; night school, I worked as a dit department told me this morn- experience I ever had directingthe 706 West University
supply evidence of your outstanding clerk In the Goodstone Tire and Ing that you need a job analyst work of others was ten years
qualifications sharpen certain Rubber Company store here in one who has a thorough knowledgeof ago when I was in the army and Colonial Plaza
strong points In your background.He Centerville. Now that I have my the techniques of job analysis, led a platoon of disabled soldiers
could overcome certain defici- degree and a lot of valuable ex- an appreciation of the Importance through limited calestenics." Say
encies you may have; speak the
language of the employer work

centered appropriate language action.; and ask for AUTO LOANSAmong

Most of the time you won't have
influential friends in the right
places, and you won't be able to the most useful and popular Credit
be there Initially In person; so you Union services are loans for the purchase of auto

,1! send in your place the paper Image -y.. flf mobiles. Both the speed with which these loans

of you you In capsule fore are handled, and the attractive terms available contribute -
the data sheet. The letter that
to the popularity of this Credit Union serv-
accompanies the paper Image of ice.
you must do for It what your good
friend would do for you. Two reduced interest options are available for
MUST ATTRACT ATTENTION members purchasing\ new automobiles.

Please remember that a job is
open because the employer believes -
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It will make more money for the
company or save more money -
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to that person in salary. So, to
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are a few openingsthat applications for new auto loans with
might be expected to attract! interest at the rate of 9 '10 of 1 ';4 per Members able to provide proof of down

favorable attention. They are not month on the unpaid balance. The schedule payments amounting to one-third of the
to be copied word for word. In of monthly payments is listed below. purchase price can make further savings
writing own strive for freshness
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and originality. However,you ..-.'; .., t .J through this option. They may finance an
may be able to adapt these examples 12 88,29 auto for up to 36 months with interest at

In original ways to suit 15 71.57 the rate of 8/10 of 1/ per month on the

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' "With my college major In ac- Payments 12 87.73
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aounting and three summers' experience Financed 15 71.01
i II! In the accounting depart- 27 41.88 Each $1000 Months 18 59.87 Monthly
ment of the Newton Machine Company 30 38.18
I believe I am qualified to Financed 21 51.92
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