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AnnouncementGroundbreaking Director Rion reminiscesBy


ceremonies for
the new $5 million-plus Florida
Union will be held on campus Saturday PHIL GEYER
Staff Writer
Ceremonies are scheduled for
:3:30 p.m. at the intersection of "Good afternoon, Florida
Radio Road and McCarty Drive.U Union."
S. Rep. Charles E. Bennettof "Are you people In charge of
the second congressional district the Devil's Millhopper?"
heads the list of dignitaries "No, we are not. Why don't
participating In the event. you try the police station?" 4 I $
The six-story Union, to be com- This Is typical of the manytele- J
pleted by 1966, will be constructed phone calls received over the yearsat
by. the H. L. Coble Construction the Florida Union Office. The
Co.'of Orlando. calls range from such questionsas
"How many stories In the
Seagle Building?" and "When was
Norman Hall built?" to "What
time Is It?"
W. E. (Bill Rion, director of
the Florida Union, recalled some
of the many humorous and serious
happenings at the Union over the and Soler hit the floor. "Some- chess match between the UF team
years. how we got the campus police and a Russian chess team whose
.And the Settling back in his upholsteredchair here," said Rion, "and they took members all had first names like
. guests a nostalgic look In his eyes, him away, but it was pretty tense Nikita, Josef and Ivan. Shortly
w he recalled the female Florida for a while." after the ches$ teams set up, the
student who, about 10 years ago, Rion is known as "Mr. Unpredictable" "FBI" came .In and took the Rus.
ED BARBER Flying In from
By
Washington D.
,
to his staff because he sian team
members
"used to call up every night at away "We
Staff writer C. to speak will be U. S. Rep.
8:43 and ask what time it was." may show up for work between all had a great laugh, and some
Charles E. Bennett, past presi-
According to Rion, this occured 830 and 9 a.m. and then againhe people still think the match was
Interwoven as the and dent of the Student Body. Rep.
very warp "
every night at exactly 8:45 for may get in before the Janitorat for real, Rion said.
woof of its being are the names Bennett, with Dr. Tigert, took
three weeks. The caller 5 a.m. "W ever know when
never .
of those who have had and will part In the 1934 ground-breaking Another Incident in the Union
identified herself offered he will turn reported a staff
up
have a share in the Union's development ceremony.U. or any { story occured about eight years
Invited as speakersand S. Rep. D. R. "Billv" Mat- explanations."Then member" "so we're always on our ago when the Union got two rubber.
honored guests for the cere- thews was appointed director of there was the time in toes. link floor mats weighing about
mony are representatives of the the Union in 1936, and held the 1947 when Enrique Soler was at Rion recalled with great glee the 220 pounds each. The mats were
future, the present and the past. post until 1948. During Mat- the front desk," continued Rion. "Russian Chess Match" staged by Inscribed with the words "FloridaUnion"
"This student walked in and asked Karl Gluck In
thews' WW II military service, J. Bryan Lounge several in multi-colors. According
THE PAST E. Johnson, professor of Bible, where Mr. Martin was. Soler replied years ago. to Rion they were put down one
was appointed acting director. that he didn't know who Mr. "Carl came to me and told me day and stolen sometime during
From out of the past come rrany Upon the death of Johnson in 1943, Martin was or where he mightbe of his planned hoax, and assured me the night. "we never saw them
familiar Professor of found." About this time Rion that there would be no destruction after that first
names. Under the leader- Speech Dr. LesterL. day, and even to
ship and help of thenPresidentJohn Hale, now Dean of Student had come to the desk. "Oh, yes because of It, so we agreed to go this day we have no idea how they
J. Tigert, the first Florida Affairs, was named Acting Direc- you do," replied the student,where along with him." Gluck staged
Union was built In 1936. Workingwith tor until the return of Rep. Mat- upon he pulled a gun while Rion what appeared to be a legitimate (See RION, Page 3))

Dr. Tigert were Gainesville thews in 1946. The actual workin
Attorney Erwin A. Clayton, presl3ent constructing the first buildingwas Theater's lust one new fati'fifvFacilities I
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Association in 1933-34, and Dr. builder W. Leroy Schoch.
F. W. Kokomoor, who was chair- Since 1948, the director has in the new Florida Connecting the theater and gal- Also there will be a ten-chair
man of the YMCA Board of Directors been William E. Rion. While Rion Union will Include a dramatic the- lery to the main building is a barber shop, four public lounges,
in 1934 was on two leaves of absence, Mrs. atre that "won't have to take a colonnade 200 feet long and 50 an arts and crafts shop, a browsing
Dean R.C. Deaty,Dean Emeritusand Thomas P. Cllnard served as Act- back seat to any college theaterin feet wide, providing outdoor space library and five music listening
director of the Alumni loy- ing Director In 1950-51 and Miss the country," said William E. for exhibits and activities. "I rooms.
alty Fund since 1960 was Assistant Joan Cochran serve J In 1958-59. Rion, director of the Florida Union. think the whole student election
Dean of Students at the time of the "It's the last word in dramatic could be held here," said Rion. Florida Food Service and the
first ground-breaking. lie was houses," he said. Other space includes 36 guest Campus Shop and Bookstore both
later to become the Dean of stu- (See GUESTS, Page 3)) Costing $700,000, the theater rooms, meeting rooms with a total will have branches in the new
dents from 1938 to 1948. capacity of 480
will feature a hydraulic stage and a large general Union building.
moving seats for conversion from assembly room seating 1,600, or
1,000 for banquets, which Is divisi-
theatre-in-the-round style to whatIs ble into Student activities, including student -
nine
smaller
rooms by
called "continental seating." publications, Student Govern-
movable walls, a game room hous-
Continental seating eliminates the ment Florida Blue Key, Traffic
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See What's @&sJ New in middle Above aisle.the theater will be a gal- billiard ing tables a 16-lane tables bowling and 7 ping-pong alley, 19 da Court Union, Honor Board Court will and occupy the Flori-17-

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University President J. Wayne f
Reitz will speak for the univer- QCW _
sity tomorrow; Rion Is speaking ( @
for the Union. University Vice- STARTS THURSDAY JUNE 4th
President Harry M. Phllpott will .
preside over the groundbreaking.He :\\ .....,, AlIJ_ THESE ARE JUST A FEW OF THE MANY
was chairman of the Union
planning committee, appointed In SPECIAL VALUES THROUGHOUT THE STORES!

1950 by UF President J. Hlllls
Miller. Other members of the [cr.* MURPHY CO: : *
committee were Woody Llles,thena RION REMINISCES I
Union staff member and now a
state representative, and Larry
King, also a former staff member '
and, at present, a member of \ ? fri
the State Board of Control. Linked (Continued from Page 2)) result was that when the janitor .
opened the doors In the
with both the old and the new are up morn-
Florida graudates Forrest M. were taken, where they went or Ing he was greeted with a cascade
why," said Rion. of water down the
'Kelly Jr., architect to the Board stairway. Rion
of Control;'new Union architectsP. Among the projects started by was awakened at 5 a.m. with "We
L. Barrett Jr. and Jack Moore, the Union for student benefit was got a waterfall In the lobby."
and engineer William Bishop. Besides the Blue Cross Insurance plan for Many antedotes concerning the
working on the design of the married students In 1946. "It went Union will never be told. But the
new structure, Barrett was a desk great for about two years," remarked turn of the shovel when the groundis i
assistant In 1946-47. Rion. "Then we had to broken for the new Union will
Also Instrumental In the estab- cancel It because the premium got not be enough to bury the many
lishment of the new Union were Bill too high. The birth rate among laughs and tears that will haunt
A. Fleming, chairman of the Flori- the married students exceeded the the halls of the "Old Union" for
da Union Board of Managers and highest projections made by the years to come.
William R. Conway, president of insurance company when they set t
the Alumni Association. the rates on the plan. "Wehad no
Taking part In the actual ground- alternative but to Witharaw the CLSFEPS L
breaking itself, Sandra Scales, plan" -,
president of the Florida Union One of the many occupational t I parole* I II
Board for Student Activities, will hazards of Union planning occuredin I I tI tlJoanne ,:
be a symbol of the present. October of 1962. The Union
Delivering the main address will had planned to have two Air Force
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be Dr. Delton L. Scudder, head of Officers from Cape Kennedy (then
the department of religion, who Canaveral) come to speak on space
has long been Identified as working progress at the Cape. The pro-
with the Union. Besides being gram called for showing of films Misses' Reg. $2.98Jamaicas
chairman of the Board of Managers of the Glenn and Grissom space r LwATLfiTI"
from 1953-59 and chairman of the nights and a lecture by officials ESPECIAL
BVIUIIU planning committee from from the Cape. Members of the
1955-59, he has actively supportedthe ROTC Air Force unit were supposeto
Union through talks before Student attend en masse. Special Invitations -
Government and other inter- were sent out to the Nicely tailored shorts with side
ested groups. Aerospace School, and a capacity zipper closing, belt loops and side $ 99
crowd of at least 1,220 was ex- pocket. Woven light and dark 1
THE FUTUREAs pected. Came the time of the plaids, lined seer-suckers and solid I
well-publicized event and 70 people color cottons. You save 99c during Slits
a projection into tomorrow, showed up.During Murphy's Anniversary Sale! 10 to 18
two future graduates of UF, DavidD. the same week, a book
Cellon and Thomas P. Clinard review of "Lord of The Flies" Sold only .t Murphy'i
Jr., will take part In the cere- was scheduled in Johnson Lounge,
monies. David, 10 years old,Classof seating capacity 50. Thatevening
'76, spent the first three years 500 UF students 'turned out and
of his life as a resident of Fla- the book review was delayed while G. C. MURPHY CO.
vet I, the housing area now being speakers and wires were stretchedover
torn down for construction of the halls and vacant spaces In
Northwest fth SIfc.3
new building. Thomas, 12, Class the Union to accomodate the crowd, sMAlligator
of '74, Is the son of former Act- Rion said.
ing Director Mrs. Clinard. The Union has even had Its own
Appearing along with these rep- waterfall.
resentatives of three eras in the Several years ago, while the water t
history and development of the was off on campus, a student
Florida Union will be many others stopped up the lavatory on the sec- Advertising:
who have supported the Union with ond floor outside the auditorium. University Ext. 2832
their time, talents and contribu- During the night, water serviceto
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Page 4 The Alligator FridayMay 8,1964JAZZCOBNER



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By CHARLIE BUSH at Harlem's famous Apollo Theater card" taken from him by the police. Positive noBy

(In fact, he won so many Without his card he could not work

He's earning more than $50,000a amateur nights they finally had to in New York clubs. Monk and his

year, and he still lives In the bar him from the theater.) family might have starved were it

same $39-a-month apartment that Monk quit school at 16 to spenda not for the wealthy Baroness Pan-

he's lived In for 40 years. He year touring with a "faith healer. nonlca de Koenlgswarter,daughter WAYNE NORFLEET

collects hats and enjoy dancing ." Three years later he landed of the late British banker Nathaniel

atoM in the streets of New York a job with the house band at Min- Charles Rothschild.The .

ton's Play House In Harlem wherehe Baroness, a real Jazz bug

City.When you're a musical genius played with Dizzy Gillespie, who also loves stray cats (she Is I 9

like Thelonlous Monk you can get Charlie Parker, Kenny Clarke, now living In "bedlam" with 32 -
has used the word"no" with such prodigiouszeal
way with being a little eccentric. Bud Powell, and Charlie Christian.The cats In her apartment), managedto My girl
that I sometimes wonder if she hasn'tsomehow
jam sessions at Minton's gave get back Monk's cabaret card, lately

Thelonlous Sphere Monk was birth to a new jazz movement and soon Monk was back at work, cornered the market on negatives. She

born Oct. 10, 1920,In Rocky Mount, called "bop" or "bebop." Monk this time with John Oltrane at claims that It only seems that was because I have

N. C., moved with his parents to became known as the "High Priestof the Five Spot Cafe. been so faithful to provide her with innumerable

New York City In 1924, took his Bebop." We have chosen Monk's newest opportunities, and that she's really only being very

first piano lesson at the 1951 he careful to guard my virtue.At .
age of 11, In spent 60 days In jail record for a review.
and three later he any rate, this preoccupation with the negative
years was winning for having heroin in his possessionand "Monk Big Band and Quartetin
: made me especially interested in an article writtenby
aJmostevery"amateurntght"LETTERS release had his "cabaret
upon Concert" (CL 2164; CS 8964)
Norman Vincent Peale, entitled "The Power of
was recorded at Columbia Phil- "
The Positive NO.
harmonic Hall New York City.
*. In it he extolled the virtues of the ability to utter
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The band consists of ten pieces.
this two lettered expression of negativity with the
Band arrangements are by Hall
Trimester SurveyEDITOR finality and emphasis that give it a power second onlyto
Overton and leave much to be de-
that of the atom. He expressed the belief that,
sired.
: once we have established the moral and ethical framework -
Overton has not been suc-
very under which we wish to live, we should cultivatethe

Reference Gerald Feaster's letter on the "Trl- cessful transferringMonk's ability to say, quickly and finally, "NO" to any

Mess," and his recommendation for a statisticallysound compositions from piano to the big temptation or act that would infringe upon that life.

survey. I am presently planning such a survey band. The arrangements entirely In so doing, we free the mind from the needless

for my Master's thesis, and It should be sound. I lack the imagination of a Don Red- preoccupation with peccadillos, and our spirit from

have studied the recommendations of the inter-ln- man or a Pete Rugolo. Possibly the incessant barrage of small temptations that can

stitutional committees from all four state universities, because of uninspiring arrange- ultimately erode all but the most resolute beliefs.
ments, Monk's solos fall below the
of
a survey conducted by the University Pittsburgh level heard "Monk's Dream"CL Beyond this, however, the positive NO worries me
on
after FOUR full years of trimester operation, and and "Crisscross" CL almost as much as its kissing cousin, the positive
( 1965) (
many other sources of Information. Further my minoris
statistics and committee Includes statisticiansfrom 2038). Monk's best solo in the KNOW.
my Some of the shortest discussions of my life have
five band Is "FourIn
both Business Administration and Agriculture.It big pieces on
One." been with people who have been paradigms of consistency -
that this would be
was originally hoped study Each of the band Is in their ideas, in that they KNOW such and this
big pieces
under-written the Board of Control and thereforebe
by
saved from failure by the brilliant to be true. .And I'm reminded of one of RobertFrost's
much larger than I can afford. However, the Board >! "
most,well known poems, "Mending Wall. In
cornet solos of Thad Jones, heard
was denied their request for a grant from the U. S.
it Frost is down side of the stone wall
best on "I Mean You "Evi- walking one
,
Office of Education. If the Student Government Is
dence and "Four In One and with his neighbor walking down the other, each replacing -
,
that
interested enough to donate $200-300 so a more
by Frank Dunlop's unbelleveable the stones that have fallen from the wall onto
be conducted I would
comprehensive
,
survey may his property. Frost keeps remarking that there is
drum solos heard best on "I Mean va
additional had better {
gladly assume the work. They
You," and "Four in One." really no need for a wall In the first place, and his
hurry though since I have already spent many hours
"Played Twice" Is played once neighbor keeps repeating a saying handed down from
250 froma
picking a random sample of approximately
by Monk's quartet, and tenor sax his father, "Good fences make good nieghbors." ,
of students who
university, 13,881. (This Includes all
man Charlie Rouse actually man- Despite Frost's questioning and probing,
the
were enrolled in September 1962.) Enlarging sample
would almost require starting over from scratch, and ages to get off a nice little solo. "He will not go behind his father's saying,
The high point of this better- And he likes having thought of it so well
TIME Is running out.
The purpose of this letter, however, Is not to solicit than-average album (and It Is a He says again, "Good fences make good neighbors."
studentsand good album In spite of all we've And thus by establishing the framework .of the
funds but to solicit ideas for questions from
said) is Monk's five-minute solo positive KNOW, the mind is allowed to slip behind
of
the
faculty. I not only want to uncover depths
"Darkness on the Delta." the protective curtain of the positive NO.and
what
feeling toward'trimester, but exactly specific
"Darkness" represents a radi- is relieved of the responsibility of probing and
items are most Important to the majority. Further,
cal departure from the usual styleof questioning; freed from evaluating and substantiating,
trimester
make the
what, If anything, could be done to
and released from the uneasiness of .
Monk. His use of parallel vague uncertainty.It
entire
acceptable. For Instance, suppose the campus
were air-conditioned,professors easedupon the work- chords, minor seconds,whole-tone is unfortunate that this uneasiness of uncertaintyIs

load, and reduced fees were offered to students attending scales, and the flatted fifth, all often the harbinger of, and indeed the motivating

all three trimesters. There are many other typical Monk, are used rather force behind, the type of questing pioneer spirit to

possible considerations, and your readers can cer- sparingly. In fact, Monk seemsto which we have so often professed to aspire.
It be playing "Darkness on the And each time we accentuate the trend of Judging
tainly help me to frame better questionnaires.
will be widely Delta" with a touch of Fats Waller people by what they know rather than by what they
all since findings
could help us my
circulated. and James P. Johnson. Never before think, we are helping to crush the seed of inventiveness 1

have we heard Monk play with and originality. . .

Frank J. Gallagher, 7BA such lyric beauty. Monk's"Dark- I not only think so, I KNOW so.

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UF REGISTERED slight Increase of the total. Braun, undersecretary of Inter- officers this week. They are Em- organization meeting Sunday at 8
j In Spring Trimester enrollment THERE WILL BE short but Important national student affairs, is to give manuel Gltlln, president; John J. pm. in the Episcopal Student Center -
H over the comparable period last meeting of the UF Math students of the language a chanceto Allen, the Rev. Frederick D. Cas- Members and Interested per-
year, statistics released by the Club Monday at 3 p.m. In Room talk German. tor and Walter A. Rosenbaum, sons are invited.APPLICATIONS.

Registrar's Office Indicate. 213 Walker Hall. vice-presidents; Richard H.fliers, are being accepted
A total of 6,614 students were The main order of business will The club will meet every third secretary. for the Florida Union dance
be the discussionofsummerplans. Monday. Also slated are French
enrolled at the close of late registration "' committee in Room 313 of the
They represent an Increase IlLi m ... .m 1\' ._ ,, \:\\'il : Th STUDENTS FOR GOLDWATER Florida Union.
of almost eight per cent over will begin spring trimester actl THE
"MISS CLUB RENDEZVOUS" -
the 0,134 students enrolled for the vities with a meeting Monday at
contest Is to all
same last 8 p.m. in Room 324 of the Florida open
period year. CAMPUS UF coeds, with the winner to be
THREE UF PROFESSORS have been COMPASSAll I Union. Business will Include elec- announced during term B this tri-
listed in "Who's Who America" tion of officers and a campaign
mester. Apply in the Florida Union
for the first time this year. progress report.Republican .
student activities room or at Club
Dr. Kimball Wiles, professor of Rep.William D.Cra-
Rendezvous dances on Friday
education, Dr. E. Travis York, mer of St. Petersburg will be the
interested parties are urged to] conversation club May 18 and a nights.
provost for agriculture, and attend. f Spanish conversation club May 25. featured speaker at a Goldwater
Hiram Draper Williams, assistant Refreshments, native music and campaign rally Saturday at 8 p.m. CLUB RENDEZVOUS has slateda
professor of art, were picked for A GERMAN CONVERSATION slides are also planned for the In Buchholz Junior High auditorium "May Day Dance" tonight. A
the 33rd edition of the publication. club will meet for the first time meetings. Goldwater supporters are local radio disc Jockey will emcee,
About three persons out of 10,000are Monday at 7:30 p.m. in the International -''$.' Invited. and anyone who wants to entertain

chosen for "Who's Who." Center. The club's &l\j UF CHAPTER of the Florida THE STUDENT GROUP for may apply to Room 315 of the Florida -
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Pat Hogan Eunice Tall

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poisoning so far this year against
Styled Steak 196 to date last year and warned

THURSDAY Barbecue Short Ribs of Beef or Sliced that the number can Increase with
warm weather unless
proper pre-
Roast Beef
cautions are taken.A. .

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up. SATURDAY Chopped Fiesta Steak or Fried Chicken the board's Division of Sanitation,
said most foods spoil more quicklyin
SUNDAY NOON Roast Turkey & Dressing
hot weather when away from refrigeration -

SUNDAY NIGHT Our Famous Country Styled adding, "Some foods
STAPRESTMEANSNever
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Smothered Steak, or Sliced Roast Beef
multiplying bacteria in five or

Needs Ironing six hours."
I Includes: On outings, he suggested that

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washer, at the coin laundry, on a scrub board. You any One Vegetable, Choice of any 15$ or 20$ Salad, a portable Icebox with plenty of

can dry them in an automatic dryer, on the line, Roll & Butter, Coffee or Tea (All You Want). Ice."If
you're making sandwiches,
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JAZZ CORNER The eccentric i Monk j REFLECTION : L _



By CHARLIE BUSH at Harlem's famous Apollo Theater card" taken from him by the police. Positive
(In fact, he won so many Without his card he could network noBy
lie's earning more than $50,000a amateur nights they finally had to in New York clubs. Monk and his
year, and he still lives In the bar him from the theater.) family might have starved were it
same $39-a-month apartment that Monk quit school at 16 to spenda not for the wealthy Baroness Pan-
he's lived In for 40 years. He year touring with a "f Jth healer. nonlca de Koenlgswarter,daughter WAYNE NORFLEETMy
collects hats and et,joys dancing ." Three years later he landeda of the late British banker Nathaniel Y Y
alono in the streets of New York job with the house band at Min- Charles Rothschild.The .
City.When ton's Play House in Harlem wherehe Baroness, a real jazz bug
you're a musical genius played with Dizzy Gillespie, who also loves stray cats (she Is
like Thelonious Monk you can get Charlie Parker, Kenny Clarke, now living In "bedlam" with 32 I
way with being a little eccentric. Bud Powell, and Charlie Christian.The cats in her apartment), managedto girl has used the word"no" with such prodigious .
jam sessions at Mlnton's gave get back Monk's cabaret card, zeal lately that I sometimes wonder if she hasn't
Thelonlous Sphere Monk was birth to a new jazz movement and soon Monk was back at work, somehow cornered the market on negatives. She
born Oct. 10, 1920lJn Rocky Mount, called "bop" or "bebop." Monk this time with John Oltrane at claims that it only seems that was_ because I have ,
N. C., moved with his parents to became known as the "High Priestof the Five Spot Cafe. been so faithful to provide her with Innumerable
New York City In 1924, took his Bebop." and that she's
opportunities, really only being very
We have chosen Monk's newest
first piano lesson at the age of 11, In 1951 he spent 60 days in jail careful to guard my virtue.At .
record
for
and three years later he was win- for having heroin in his possessionand a review. any rate, this preoccupation with the negative
"Monk
ping : Big Band and Quartetin
almostevery"amateurnight" upon release had his "cabaret Concert" (C\ 2164.: CS 8964). made me especially interested in an article writtenby
was recorded- at Columbia Phil- Norman Vincent Peale, entitled "The Power of
LETTERS The Positive "
NO.
harmonic Hall, New York City.
pVBMMMMMI MHVMtftBHHHi ** The band consists of ten pieces. In it he extolled the virtues of the ability to utter '\

Trimester SurveyEDITOR Band arrangements are by Hall this two lettered expression of negativity with the ,
Overton and leave much to be de- finality and emphasis that give it a power second only .
: sired. to that of the atom. He expressed the belief that, :
Overton has not been very suc- once we have established the moral and ethical frame
Reference Gerald Feaster's letter on the "Tri- cessful transferringMonk'scompositions work under which we wish to live, we should cultivatethe
Mess," and his recommendation for a statisticallysound from piano to the big ability to say, quickly and finally, "NO" to any ,
survey. I am presently planning such a survey band. The arrangements entirely temptation or act that would infringe upon that life t
for Master's lack the In so doing, we free the mind from the needless *f
my thesis, and it should be sound. I imagination of a Don Red-
have studied the recommendations of the Inter-In- man or a Pete Rugolo. Possibly 'j preoccupation with peccadillos, and our spirit from
stitutional committees from all four state universities, because of uninspiring arrange- f the incessant barrage of small temptations that can 'I
a survey conducted by the University of Pittsburgh ments, Monk's solos fall below the <) ultimately erode all but the most resolute beliefs.
after FOUR full years of trimester operation, and level heard on "Monk's Dream"CL Beyond this, however, the positive NO worries me
many other sources of information. Further my minoris ( 1965) and "Criss-Cross" (CL almost as much as its kissing cousin, the positive ,.
statistics and my committee Includes statisticians 2038). Monk's best solo in the KNOW.
from both Business Administration and Agriculture. five big band pieces is on "Fourin Some of the shortest discussions of my life have
It was originally hoped that this study would be One." f i been with people who have been paradigms of consis-
under-written by the Board of Control and thereforebe Each of the big band pieces is tency in their ideas, in that they KNOW such and this
much larger than I can afford. However, the Board saved from failure by the brilliant to be true. .And I'm reminded of one of Robert
was denied their request for a grant from the U. S. cornet solos of Thad Jones, heard Frost's most,well known poems, "Mending Wall." In t
Office of Education. If the Student Government is best on "I Mean You," "Evi- it, Frost is walking down one side of the stone wall
interested enough to donate $200-300 so that a more dence," and "Four in One," and with his neighbor walking down the other, each replacing -
comprehensive survey may be conducted, I would by Frank Dunlop's unbelieveable the stones that have fallen from the wall onto
gladly assume the additional work. They had better drum solos heard best on "I Mean ,;., his property. Frost keeps remarking that there is
hurry though since I have already spent many hours You," and "Four In One." <; really no need for a wall in the first place, and his R''f
picking a random sample of approximately 250 froma "Played Twice" is played once K' neighbor keeps repeating a saying handed down from I'i
university ofl ,881. (This includes all students who by Monk's quartet, and tenor sax '. his father, "Good fences make good nieghbors." :;
were enrolled in September 1962.) Enlarging the sample man Charlie Rouse actually man- < Despite Frost's questioning and probing,
would almost require starting over from scratch, and ages to get off a nice little solo. "He will not go behind his father's saying,
TIME Is running out. The high point of this better- And he likes having thought of it so well
The purpose of this letter, however, Is not to solicit than-average album (and -It is a He says again, "Good fences make good neighbors."
funds, but to solicit Ideas for questions from studentsand good album in spite of all we've And thus by establishing the framework ,of the
faculty. I not only want to uncover the depths of said) is Monk's five-minute solo positive KNOW, the mind is allowed to slip behind
feeling toward the'trimester/but exactly what specific "Darkness on the Delta." the protective curtain of the positive NO. .and
Items are most Important to the majority. Further, "Darkness" represents a radi- is relieved of the responsibility of probing and
what, if anything, could be done to make the trimester cal departure from the usual styleof questioning; freed from evaluating and substantiating,
acceptable. For Instance, suppose the entire campus Monk. His use of parallel and released from the vague uneasiness of uncertainty. ?
were air-conditioned,professors eased up on the work- chords, minor seconds,whole-tone It Is unfortunate that this uneasiness of uncertainty
load, and reduced fees were offered to students attending scales, and the flatted fifth, all is often the harbinger of, and indeed the motivating
all three trimesters. There are many other typical Monk, are used rather force behind, the type of questing pioneer spirit to
possible considerations, and your readers can cer- sparingly. In fact, Monk seems which we have so often professed to aspire. ";
tainly help me to frame better questionnaires. It to be playing "Darkness on the And each time we accentuate the trend of Judging .::
could help us all, since my findings will be widely Delta" with a touch of Fats Waller people by what they know rather than by what they ..
circulated. and James P. Johnson. Never before think, we are helping to crush the seed of inventiveness
have we heard Monk play with j and originality . .
Frank J. Gallagher, 7BA such lyric beauty. Monk's"Dark- I not only think so, I KNOW so. i
2549 N. W. 12th Avenue nesyj on the Delta" should be required -
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UF REGISTERED slight increasein of the total. Braun, undersecretary of inter- officers this week. They are Em- organization meeting Sunday at 8
Spring Trimester enrollmentover THERE WILL BE short but Important national student affairs, is to give manuel Gitlin, president; John J. p.m. In the Episcopal Student Cen "
the comparable period last meeting of the UF Math students of the language a chanceto Allen, the Rev. Frederick D. Cas- ter. Members and Interested per
year, statistics released by the Club Monday at 3 p.m. in Room talk German. tor and Walter A. Rosenbaum, sons are Invited.APPLICATIONS.

Registrar's Office indicate. 213 walker Hall. vice-presidents; Richard II.fliers, are being accepted -
A total of 6,614 students were The main order of business will The club will meet every third secretary. for the Florida Union dance
be the discussion of summerplans. Monday. Also slated are a French
enrolled at the close of late
reg- ,. committee In Room 313: of the
istration. They represent an Increase rB"'''L"''' ." ,,,,-,,,.,,,,<,,,,.,,...<<,,.,,,,,,,,,..i,,: """'''<':S." ." ,. > U'" STUDENTS FOR GOLDWATER Florida Union.
of almost eight per cent over will begin spring trimester activities
THE "MISS CLUB RENDEZVOUS" -
the 6,134 students enrolled for the with a meeting Monday at
contest Is to all
same period last year. 8 p.m. in Room 324 of the Florida open
CAMPUS UF coeds, with the winner to be
THREE UF PROFESSORS have been COMf3ASS Union. Business will Include elec-
announced during term B this trimester -
listed In "who's Who in America"for tion of officers and a campaign
Apply in the Florida Union
the first time this year. _, '''_ ''''w.., """ "''' ...............,,....,, '' '''''',..........,''''''' progress report.Republican student activities room or at Club
Dr. Kimball Wiles, professor of k' '., '," ; "" \*:<:,\\ ,', &"{ : >C', ;' "%:" ; '" i Rep.William D.Cra- Rendezvous dances on Friday
education, Dr. E. Travis York, mer of St. Petersburg will be the
All interested parties are urged to] conversation club May 18 and a nights.
provost for agriculture, and attend. i Spanish conversation club May 25. featured speaker at a Goldwater
Hiram Williams campaign rally Saturday at 8 p.m.
assistant
Draper Refreshments, native music and CLUB RENDEZVOUS has slateda
professor of art were picked for A GERMAN CONVERSATION : in Buchholz Junior High auditorium. -
slides are also planned for the "May Day Dance" tonight. A
the 33rd edition of the publication. club will meet for the first time i meetings. Goldwater supporters are local radio disc jockey will emcee,
About three persons out of 10,000are Monday at 7:30 p.m. in the In- Invited. and anyone who wants to entertain

chosen for "Who's Who." ternational Center. The club's .,'1 UF CHAPTER of the Florida THE STUDENT GROUP for may apply to Room 315: of the Florida -
Educators make up 26 per cent main purpose, said Mrs. Eva Christian Fellowship elected new Equal Rights will have a summer Union today.
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Editor. . . . . . . John Askins

Executive Editors

Jim Hammock Benny Cason
Associate Editors
Bob Thomas Joel Gaston
Jim Castello Ernie Litz

Pat Hogan Eunice Tall

Beth Kraselsky Nancy Brachey


Sports Editor. . . . . . Martin Edwards

Staff Writers 4 '

John Hancock, Jackie Cornelius, Millie Gorman, Barbara
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Pitz, Liz Brewer, Hall Cain, Charlie Bush, Joe Kollln, Bob
Wise, Jim Carleto, Phil Geyer, and Stan Kulp.


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except during the months of May, June and July, when it is
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This Is 2UC Sally Rafts, Phi Gamma Delta's entry in the 1964 Miss Camp Wauburg Playday
beauty contest. All campus groups are Invited to nominate girls by May 18. winner will I
be crowned during 1964 Playday at the camp; May 21. There Is no fee. Only qualification j
requirements are a 2.0 grade point average and at least three hours of classes this trimester.

Include in nominations the girl's name, address and telephone plus name and telephone
of your group. Last year's queen won more than $200 In merchandise.


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4:45 to 8:05 pm cases on



MONDAY Golden Brown Fried Chicken or the riseThe

Baked Ham
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TUESDAY Chopped Sirloin Steak or Beef Stew State Board of Health this
week reported 294!) cases of food
WEDNESDAY Roast Turkey & Dressing or Country
poisoning so far this year against
Styled Steak 196 to date last year and warned

l .0zj THURSDAY Barbecue Short Ribs of Beef or Sliced that the number can increase with
warm weather unless
proper pre-
Roast Beef
cautions are taken.

i Will up.WMhnp-it says h".,STA-PKESr m.tnt NEVER NEEDS IKONINQI FRIDAY French Fried Deep Sea Scallops or Rib Steak A. W. Morrison Jr., director of
SATURDAY Chopped Fiesta Steak or Fried Chicken the board's Division of Sanitation,
said most foods spoil more quicklyin
SUNDAY NOON Roast Turkey & Dressing hot weather when away from refrigeration -

STAPRESTMEANSNever SUNDAY NIGHT Our Famous Country Styled adding, "Some foods
can become contaminated by rapidly -
Smothered Steak, or Sliced Roast Beef
multiplying bacteria in five or

Needs Ironing! six hours"
I Includes: On outings, he suggested that

can wash them in any manner, in your home Choice of Any Dessert, Choice of Rice, Potatoes or foods be thoroughly chilled In the
you refrigerator at home, then put In
washer, at the coin laundry, on a scrub board. You any One Vegetable, Choice of any 15$ or 20$ Salad, a portable Icebox with plenty of

can dry them in an automatic dryer, on the line, Roll & Butter, Coffee or Tea (All You Want). Ice."If
you're making sandwiches
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over the bath tub. .Do It a dozen times. never a take tile :fixing along under refrigeration -

wrinkle. always a crease. Fremacs' selection of 97 and make the sandwiches -
olive & Just before mealtime. If
colors is outstanding tool! Tanblack, light
you want potato salad,, keep the ..
burnt olive. Slack sizes 28-36. $6.98FREMACS dressing sealed and the eggs and

potatoes separated and mix the

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: II1 i -4 mer presentation Florida Players'Tennesee first sum-Wil-

I 'M liams' "Summer and Smoke," Is
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staging of any Florida Player pro

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Zeta Phi Eta, professional speech arts fraternity for women, performed James Ttwrber's play "Many by Henry Swanson, will Jut ...
Moons" for Sunland Training Center children Monday. Included In the cast were Karen Tilghman, 3JM, out Into the audience, making pos

the King; Judy Lynn Prince, 4JM, the princess; Dlna Landis, 4ED, the Court Jester; Rita Doherty, 4JM, sible a semi-arena type of pre-
the Lord High Chamberlain; Barbara Ann Conrad, 'IM, the Royal Wizard; Marie Stanganello, 4JM, the sentation which will produce a
Royal Mathematician; Sandra Ross, 4JM, the Royal Goldsmith; and Sara Jo Edlin, 3AS, the Narrator. great intimacy with the audience.
(Photo by Carolyn Johnston) Costumes are under the super-
vision of Mary Stephenson, the
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The tale of Charlie EnignDon :: of the early 1900's.


Linda Lashbrook, 7AS, Is fea-
( Grooms Is a UF Journalism instructor, formerTV tured In the leading role, as Alma

and wire services newsman, philosopher-without- Winemiller, the woman with the
portfolio and folk-singer who Is currently also engagedin Irritated doppleganger. Steve Mali -

writing a satiric novel -- Ed.) n, an Instructor In the C-3 department -
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will portray John Buchanan -
By DON GROOMS e d the young rogue of Glori-

ous 11111, Mississippi.
This Is the heart rending tale of what happened'when !' was roaring warm, Charlie went over to a Flavet Mimi Carr, 4AS, will play Mrs.
Charles S. Enign lost his IBM card. i Wlnemiller, Alma's demented
building and Jerked two boards loose. He returnedto
You see, Charles transferred from a small South I his fire, and stoked It. mother, and Wayne Cobb, a law
Florida college that was so backward it had never student, will portray the Rev.
When the iron was hot, Charlie struck. In the
heard of the IBM Card As matter of fact
system. a Wlnemiller, Alma's father. Bill
process of ironing the crinkles out of the cards,
when Charlie first came here and was handed his Gwynn 3AS will be featured
as
however, he smudged three of them. Then, In a fit
packet of IBM cards, he asked, "What's this?" of pique, Charlie threw all the cards Into the blazing Dr. John Buchanan, Sr., John's
The registrar turned a cold and contemptuous eye father.

on Charles and declared, "That's your IBM cards." fire.The Vice-President In Charge of IBM cards went

"Oh," said Charles as he folded the cards In Into a high dudgeon (this Is quite different from eithera Sand Mahoney, 2UC, will play
half and tucked them Into his shirt pocket. blue funk or a brown study, both of which shouldbe the fiery Rosa Gonzales, ahostessat
The registrar, of course, reacted In typical IBM easily understood by a 2UC or equivalent) when the Blue Moon Casino owned

Card Society fashion. She screamed fourteen times, he heard of Charlie's actions. The VP Immediatelycalled by her father, Papa Gonzales,

each epithet more horrendous than the preceding one, a meeting of the Committee to Assess Dis- played by George Sprinkle, 4AS. ,..
i concluding with "DO NOT PUNCH, BEND, FOLD OR ciplinary Matters In Cases Involving IBM Card Rene Cobb, 7AS, will portray Nellie -

SMUDGE." Bending, Smudging or Punching. Ewell, the young woman who
By the time she finished with the hapless transfer Although the University President could not'attend, finally wins Johnny Buchanan.
(they are always called this for some unknown reason), (he was trying to find someone to play golf with Others in the cast Include Martha
Charles had a new respect for the IBM card. He i. him) the VP went ahead with the meeting. AU the Austin, 2UC; Marty Ferguson,
clutched the packet of cards to his breast and rushed heads of departments and deans of schools were 2UC; lIal Green, 2UC; Holly Howard -

back to his sub-standard housing and prepared to there, along with the chief of police, two supreme 1UC; Gerald Jones, 2UC;
;:;t iron the crinkles out of the cards. court justices and the student honor court Judge. Herbert Gllliland, 7AS; Louise
>1 Heating the iron was rather difficult since InI "Here Is a student," cried the VP. "He came here Rothenburg, 2UC;Richard Strahan,
Charlie's sub-standard housing there was no electri- with 78 hours. Out of the goodness of our heart, we 7AS; Peggy Thompson; Earl Wal-
city. From the outhouse, he obtained several pages allowed him to transfer 18 of those 78 hours. Then lace, 3ED; Jo Schatz, 7AS; and
I: of Sears-Roebuck catalog, with which to start a fire he had the pure gall to destroy his IBM Cards." Barbara Wolf, 2UC.
: In his stove--half of a steel oil drum. When the fire There was a murmur of shock and protest from the

"' committee as a whole. The committee then went Into The construction crew"Summerand
: fW,Y t.J.ff ifY & ,'" ; .,.;. , m Smoke" Is working In Norman
executive session and--because the violation was so
tomorrowAN ----'j horrible--ordered Charlie to pay the supreme penalty. Hall Auditorium every afternoon
Party Indelible Ink was implanted In his chest; his student from 1 to 2 p.m. The costume

ALL-CAMPUS PARTY spon- number was tattooed on his right forearm; four- crew Is working In the Florida

sored by Theta Chi and Pi Kappa teen holes were keypunched on his left shoulder Players' loft, which Is located
Phi fraternities is scheduled Sat- blade; and, across his forehead in block letterswas next to Grove Hall, every evening

ASHAWAY VANTAGE urday night from 9 to 1. Band printed the words, DO NOT PUNCH, BEND, from 7 10p.m. Anyone inter-
In either of these
ested working on
For Toumimtnt PliyApproi will be the "Star lighters," agroup FOLD OR SMUDGE.
Stringing Cost I crews is welcome and no previous
Tennis ........... $9AJHAWAY that sings couple.in Beatle style. ChargeIs I ',&z'",,,;:: 6:: x:<<:Tjf! '''"",,:"_' 0'"L.. ':.:":,::.:':''f'A -.:u::;:,:; ," : '. ;: theater experience is necessary.
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1 IGATOR CLASSIFIEDS 1 I 2r00H..rA ortrr,...,. 1.Rr.0 VAUA/Rt.fRtf open TONITE 6:45 and* show SATURDAY at 7:30!

Play our Drive-In Guessing Game. Find The

100 LP Stereo Records, both clas- Nearly new stereo LP's (100)). MQVIE CRITIC
For SaleTwin I sical and popular. Call FR 2-3811 Mainly classical, mood, and folk.
1 p.m. to 4 p.m. (A-135-tf-nc). Big reduction available. Call 376-
OO@ @ @
7947 for particulars.A-136-2t-c).
72 cUe ft. Scuba tanks.Health Williamson HI fidelity Stereo Po-
Ways single stage regulator. $80. wer Amplifier with separate regu-
Phone FR 2-7965. (A-137-2t-c). lated power supply. Perfect condition I Wanted ]
Chassis Includes meters @ @ @
8' x 43' Hick's Trailer with 11'x and Jacks for easy adjustments.This .
WANTED -- Care in S W private
Fenced 30' cabana.yard. Archer Air conditioned.Road Village fessional equipment, the finest Is strictly made. pro-Call home for 2 year old boy mornings.FR Everyone (well almost everyone) is enjoying Elvisin

Thomas G. Stewart. FR ext. 2832 for Gary Burke,9 a.m. 2-0328. (C-137-lt-c). his latest Fun-Song Hitl ShowinQ at 9:45:
6-7317. (A-137-3t-c). to 4 D.m.. Mondays thru Fridays.
(A-135-tf-nc), WANTED Typing done In exchange 8feudirfElVl8/oti/ Sw
Air Conditioner-Modern,stream- for use of electric typewriter : ,9m,
lined about 1 ton ROTC Students shine workson Contact Giles G. Tompkins ;
110 volt, high spray '
speed cage fan. Used formerlyto mens and womens shoes. Will Room 420 Thomas J., Box :.! MLtwIS I PR.ESlEY j

cool large living room. Owner pass inspection. Money back guarantee 8420 Murphree Area. (C-137-lt-p). )( \ "r (G f\tf "
selling because he has moved Into Can lasts 30 to 50 shines. )
air conditioned apartment. Call 376-8968. (A-135-3t-c). WANTED Luggage rack for '63 L

Bill FR 2-7650. (A-137-lt-c). Porsche. J. F, Munroe 2-5152. 1" j' I I. "
Automatic Zig-Zag Sewing Ma- (C-137-3t-c). M.G.M PIU-L { ,>..' 1
Guitar Kay, classical and ele- chine, 1964 model. Does every- ) presents 1
trlc, hollow body model with case. thing. Sold for $139 four months Male roommate. New air condi- 7:30 NEWMAN E I '
One week old. Sacrifice! Phone ago. Take over payments or $50 tioned 2 br. apt., all new Danish .
376-0431 after 6 p.m. (A-137- cash full price. Phone FR 2-2051. modern furniture, stereo, phone, Only Eii SOMMft'EDWIRD G.RDBINSDN
2t-p). (A-136-2t-c). new .stove and refrigerator,$30 per (
month. Lacks only one thing m PANAVISION.snd METROCOlOR
1953, 10 LIP. Mercury outboard Two girls English bicycles with
one more male room mate for sum-
motor-Model KG-7, Super Hurricane three speed transmissions, bas- mer. Call Bill or Joe at FR 3rd Bonus Hit at 11: 15 TIdE SPIRAL ROA0"
This motor used with a kets, lights, and all the extras.
2-7650. (C-137-lt-c).
small boat will pull a skier. Call Both bikes nearly new and In VJ/;; ; SEE IT TODAY!
Bob Adams at FR 6-3925 after 6 perfect condition. Phone FR 2-
Nice girl to share apartment,preferably -
p.m. (A-135-2t-nc). 2735. A-136-2t-c).
between the ages of 20
to 30. Call FR 2-1401 or FR
alwo.rrt
rI 2-1391. (C-135-3t-c). "

: '
rw trruv. WANTED -- One beauth
operator
'STARTS 4VwDA !
I five days per week. Call Blanch'sat /-
2 ACTION
PACKED HITS I
FR 2-1531. (C-135-4t-c).
Open 6:45' Show at 7:30 7'I.: I.
See Both Lot as 9:15111II : I :
AIR CONDITIONED COMFORT ;F' I
Meet
EXCLUSIVE FIRST AREA SHOWING' 11 fi
Need roommate for 2 bedroom duplex ,,

" p I 1 at 825 N. E. 8th Ave. $50 .' f. .
month Includes rent utilities i Jflfl5/Tffl
1 per f:
and phone. Marvin Moss, 62365or 'jIt :1! :
Ext. 2986. (C-135-3t-c). IIN I

77 AMCRICANNAAL AMSOM I T For Rent I 007tr Secret Agmtb,;, l",/ /



2 Room furnished apartment,share
AND THE bath, $40 per month. 1614 N. W.
3rd Place. FR 2-2946 before t
1
5:30 and FR 2-7366 after 5:30
( and weekends. (B-137-3t-c).

STUDENT ROOMS Two doors
A QiiJEEli from main gate of campus ..
1238 S. W. 2nd Avenue. Summer
COLORSCOPEy rates per trimester single $140,
I
... .PIERRE BRICE double $120. Parking space, refrigerator -
,4 ALAN STEEL At01RA OAIEI private entrance.
Phone Mrs. Roberts 372-5595.
Come by and see. (B-137-lt-p).

SEE The orgy of IAN FLEMING'S I i '

the seven Tortures I SUBURBIA FROM RUSSIA WITH I&UIE

SEE The parade of ., -
<
the Doomed Virgins! ] 'iw"'NiouNn.cwoo r'lurlsu..unuro uNtl"MIuil"0( "1W" Al.corre/IO.AI, features at 1 1:00,3:05,

SEE The battle of DRIVE-IN THEATREshow 5:10,7:18,9:26

the Slave Galleonsl! starts of 7:30 en la .

SEE The race of t : i1I' Sundoy-Tuesday doors
open
the Golden Chariots! DR. STRANSELOVE"Peter I
TOMORROW 11:30 pm
SEE The gladiator 1 Sellers

conquest to Death I George C.ScottIN

SEE The burning, "From Here to Eternity""The MIDNIGHT I

of Babylon! Longest Day"
t k THE FRENCH STYLE"Jean
And NOW. . SHOW
Seberg

Stanley Baker
Florida
Tomorrow night 10

HEELS put on in S minutes ? "THE State Theatres will presentthe

SOLES....put......on in 15 minutes- THIN the WORLD PREMIERE of

J5 NEa r P4IMM VaN. luPs MODERN- SHOE m RED this big, new, important ,

w.IWNDAYACU) uaw IUNIA ll r wnw EGrOAYA/U1 "1 REPAIR SHOP / t1NE" motion picture. All seats

across From 1st national bankIfE 90$.
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"* College Radio

13579Qi:: 817 W. Univ.Ave.

TODAY TV

SAT& 7 lOllcoming. tnahine HI-FI

) .a in May: Radios

1 135* 'Empty Canvas, 'EasyLife''To
HOME & AUTO
Bed Not
79.pm or to

Bed', Night Must Fall PHONOGRAPHSREPAIRED

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I TWO rooms furnished motel type, 8, 1964 The Florida Alligator Page! 9 .J
I ground floor, refrigerators. Two
I L
Autos I I I
I blocks from alr-condltfoned li- ServicesChild _..-- -
brary, near most colleges and CHRISTMAS CARDS -- EarnSummer Album of Samples, easy-to-follow ;

I all practical requirements. Sum- care by day or week preferably Money without being tied downto instructions, reports of actual ex-
66494. (B-136-8t-c). 1963 V W 1500, the all new lookin "
"a
mer rates. 2 or 3 children by week Job. No Job Interview,
Volkswagens why buy the old for next two years. Home with no Investment, no experience nec-
| Available July 1st 2 BR unfurnished beetle when you can have VW large back yard. 372-6950, 3026N. essary. Send for free information COLLEGE MEN Summer Job

apartment. Available quality, plus room and horse- W. 13th St. (M-134-4t-c). on selling Process Christmas available to men who must earn
August 7th 2 BR furnished. power? 2-5446 after 3 p.m. Cards with customer's+ name im- all or part of their college ex-
I Either apartment $85 for two per- weekdays (G-137-2t-c). Shirts carefully laundered to order printed. Sell to friends,relatives, penses. Only those with entire
|sons.Call 372-7658. (B-136-3t-c). 60 Crusair or 63 Lambretta.'M and Ironed by hand. See Mil- acquaintances, business firms. summer open need apply Average
r chanically excellent and good econ- dred at Gator Groomer, 1618 N.W. The big-volume sales are made In earnings of $800 $1000. Send
AlR-CON DITIONED Apartment for omical transportation. Call Major 1st Ave. next to University Branch summer, Just when you have the resume to: Henry W. Wllloughby,
two with separate bath and one Gabbert Ext. 2355 or FR 2-8426. Post Office. (M-135-tf-c). time. Ask for Special Kit for 1904 Wyomlna, Ocala, Florida.(E-
small furnished room. 105 N. W. G-137-2t-c). College Students -- including Free 136-21-c).

7th Terrace. Call after 5 p.m. TYPING Thesis, dissertations,
1957 Buick full
Century Conv.,
FR 2-0809. (B-136-2t-p). term papers on electric IBM typewriter ,
"
power Including seat, windows,
Reasonable rates. FR
I New Ranch Home, unfurnished.Two steering & top. Automatic trans., 2-0328. (M-136-2t-c).
padded dash, radio & heater, WW
bedrooms, living room,dining ,
tires, tinted glass, leather uphol- CINEMA;
and 1-1/2 baths. Two rooms
area air-conditioned. $100 per month. stery, good condition $695. (G-' I Help Wantedperiences I
137-lt-c
).
I j. w. Robinson Ranch located 11

I miles southwest of Gainesville on Jaguar XK 120 Roadster. New of other college students

Route 346A. For Information write clutch, new brakes, new electri- who earned really big commissions
1 Box 185, Flagler Beach, Floridaor cal parts. Needs paint. $550. selling this line of mediumandhigh
call 439-2123. (B-136-5t-c). Call 2-7691. (G-135-3t-c). priced Christmas Cards. Mondo Cane

1962 Corvair Monza, 4 dr. Auto- Write Process Corp. (our 43rd r
Two apartments for rent 1/2 matic trans., R & H, WSW, price year), 3450 S. 54th Ave., Dept., "-
block from campus. Air condi- $1595. 1958 MGA model 1600 Z-2, Chicago, Ill. 60650. (E-
tioned, Danish modern furniture, Roadster with top and tonneau 137-it-c).
1 bedroom, kitchen equipped. Call
covers, also wire wheels. Excellent \ .'
372-6309. (B-135-tf-c).
condition $795. See at Students and housewives wanting

Glynwood Trailer Park, Lot #26, extra income Interested In work
Clean Private room men only -
part-time call 6-8968 from 8 a.m.
2307 S. W. 16th Place after 5 p.m.
$20 per month 1614 N.W. 3rd Place, (G-136-2t-c). to 12 noon everyday. (E-135-3t-c). By DON FEDERMANIt's
FR 2-2946 before 5:30. After
5:30 FR 2-7366. (B-135-3t-c). a nice life, if you can live it.
"vv..w.w.aw. .q. In "Mondo Cane," director Gualtlero Jacopettl
*:: CAPR1.RtViEL1. .
New Modern Beach House. Immediate shows the depravity of the human condition at its
occupancy. 7 ml. from worst. In a series of 34 scenes, existence is reducedto

campus, located on lake at Tum- a parody. Here, man, alienated from himself,
bleweed Ranch. Suitable for 2 stu- confronted with a sterile and objectified world of his
dents. Call 466-9295 mornings. own' making, affirms his distraught state of mindin
(B-135-3t-c). a series of actions, customs, and rituals full
of despair, grotesqueness, meaninglessness, sadism,
AIR CONDITIONED Attractive, and violence.In .
clean, quiet room In new home.
Kitchen privileges, ideal for study.
372-8944 or FR 6-6064. (B-137- making this most unusual travelogue, Jacopettl
H-c). has skillfully blended his elements in order to main-
tain audience Interest.

Modern furnished house trailer For one thing, he has divided his movie Into several

with attached cabana near campus. sections. One deals with man-women relationships,
.
$60 per month. Also a furnished another with man's "kindness" to animals, another
2 room apartment In excellent location with his reaction to boredom and death, another with
$60 per month.FR 6-8063. his sense of values, and finally there is a section
(B-137-lt-c). devoted to the consequences of his civilizing Influences -

Within on these"primitive"sections peoples.he shows some brilliant

I[_Real Estate ] Ironic contrasts. We go from pet cemeteries In
.
.... .
;.:t,...(.. ," Pasadena to Formosa, where dogs are eaten. At
Law Professor selling spacious (.... ..., eight cents a pound, snakes, turtles and lizards are -.'

3 bedroom home, Study,1-1/2 bath, too high for' two million starving Chinese in Hong
attic fan, built In drawers, vanity Kong, whereas in fancy New York restaurants, 20
and much storage. $80 per month dollars for a lunch of fried ants and beetle larvais
many extras,negotiate equity. FR- considered acceptable.
6-2775. 1062 N. E. 4th Ave. (I- I +5 qy.} ASiG Y%(:7V.Y.WS.'irGv'iYtKGO.OiiW: Dut the most remarkable thing about "Mondo

134-tf-c). Cane" Is Its grim, Ironic humor. A good deal of
this comes from the dialogue, but most of it comes

Immediate occupancy, assume! THE ENGAGEMENT RING WITH from scenes which speak for themselves. Life is
mortgage, low down payment. not only depraved but a cruel Joke, and, what's more, ,
Charming 2 bdrm. CCB' home, THE PERFECT CENTER DIAMOND the Joke is on us. Most who see this movie will

2-1/2 years old, 10 minutes to soon forget the shocks they experience, and Jokes
University, large lot, awning win- k(3. grow stale. They will return to the world which
K(3(3I2s
dows, concrete drive, payments gives rise to "Mondo Cane." The audience then, is
$67 per mo. 1730 N. W. 55th the 35th scene.

Terrace, West Park, See it today! True artistry is expressed in the brilliant

(I-135-4t-c). fashion styling of every Keepsake diamond There is one scene in this film where there Is no
laughter, no smirks, no obscene comments. This is
3 BR, 2 bath, concrete block home, engagement ring. Each setting is a master-, the scene depicting the effects of atomic radiationon

central heating, hardwood floors, piece of design, reflecting the full brillianceand the wildlife living at Bikini Atoll. Here, birds lay

Fla. Rm. Located near Little- beauty of the center diamond a eggs that do not hatch, sea turtles without a sense

wood & Westwood schools. Termsto perfect gem of flawless clarity, fine color of direction wander. aimlessly Inland to die of heat
suit buyer. Call 372-3793 after and exhaustion, and fish live in trees for several
6 P.m. for appt. Owners movingout and meticulous modern cut. hours each day to avoid some of the contaminantsof

of state. 621 N. W. 35th St. The name, Keepsake, in the ring and on the ocean. It makes us shudder to think we are

(I-136-5t-p). the tag is your assurance of fine quality responsible for this. Perhaps our final ritual will
be genocide. Jacopetti's heartless commentary makesus
Land is the basis of all wealth, and lasting satisfaction. Your very per- wonder if this won't be the case.

and real estate with the highest sonal Keepsake diamond ring is awaiting The loss of innocence can be seen through Sat-

profit returns in your best invest- your selection at your Keepsake Jeweler'sstore. urday at the State. It SHOULD be seen. -
ment. Persons Interested in real the Prices
Find him in yellow pages.
estate Investments Including:
from $100 to $2500. Rings enlarged to show ..
small rental-income properties .
acreage, '
or Investment propertiesin beauty of detail the Gainesville area can reachme ," _, N'".:::P,.:t',;" at 376-6461 or 372-5940 at anytime *" ""1

Wayne D. Mason, c/o Ernest ["HOW TOP YOUR ENGAGEMENT AND WEDDING j 1 1I The Drama Group of the Episcopal University Center
13t
Tew Realty, 2910 N. W.
St. (M35-tf-c). I Please send two new booklets, "How to Plan Your Engage-j presents a Staged Reading of
ment and Wedding" and "Choosing Your Diamond. Rings If. j
I[ 25c. Also send special offer of beautiful 44
both for only I "ONE WAY PENDULUM"-.
!f. Brldes..Book.t J
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CONO CAR. No additional ( i J I: '

Charge to drop off car In down- tG.:, :" ,: { : : c. }&/$ ,;' .. '( :'. i 'Jf 8:00 pm Friday, May 8, 1604 W. Univ.-Ave''w,: ?r"'
own .
of-
Jacksonville or at our ; i
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Ice ;' <> i (Baptist Student Union) 3 .q "
adjacent to Imeson AIrport. E'PSAKE DIAMOND RINGS'SYRACUgE, NEWIYORKJ j :*,* ITfcUrC* : }t'. ', 1
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t: Georgia : last chance for GatarsI




I A final chance for the South- with an 11-5 record via a splitIn A third challenger Is Kentucky, during the past two seasons. This record is 5-4.
eastern Conference championship its series with the Gators here which has finished Its league com- year he has struck out 50 men in It is expected that four seniors

will be presented to the Gator last weekend. petition with a record of 10-5. the 46 innings he has pitched will be In the starting lineup againstthe

baseballers this weekend as they While the Bulldogs are enter- Head Coach Dave Fuller plansto has an earned-run average of 0.78. Bulldogs, Including captain Jim

Invade Georgia for a tw')-gimp taining the Gators,Auburn will hosta start flreballer Charlie Anderson Eggart, an All-SEC choice last Duncan in left field, Jimmy Elliott -

series with the Bulldogs.The two-game bout with the Yellow and capable Danny Eggart year as a sophomore, when he In center field, Earl Mont-

Gators are currently one- Jackets of Georgia Tech. Thus against the Bulldogs this weekend. compiled a 10-2 mark, has run gomery at second base, and Dave

half game out of first place In Auburn will have to lose one and Anderson has hurled standout into trouble during his last two Porter behind the plate.

the Eastern Division with a 10-5 the Gators win two for another ball all season long, and has com- performances, losing to Tennesseeand The starting unit's only junior

mark. Auburn leads the loop Florida championship team. piled a composite record of 8-1 Auburn. His overall season will be shortstop Randy Morcroft.

_...... Three sophomores complete the
__.".Y.F .,". ,}M"u':" ,''dW Y: :\> w
; 'V," :,: !; :' starting team rlghtflelder Bill

I State track meet Blomgren, first baseman Tom
22-game baseball stats Shannon, and third baseman Don
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Pendley.The .
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
By CHARLES GOODYEARTrack ords will fall this weekend. Moore next Gator home game will
1964 TWENTY-TWO GAME BASEBALL STATISTICS
could easily run the mile under ;. be next Friday against Rollins.
Overall Record: 14-8
fans will get an eyefull 4:15 on Saturday with Chris SEC Record: 10-5 Two final home series will be

this weekend at the UF asphalt Quimby, Ft. Lauderdale, and sev- played, one against Jacksonville
AB R .BA 2b 3b HR RBI SB
track with the Class B, A, and eral others pushing him. -Name JH - -- U. May 20 and arch-rival Florida

AA state track meets. State in a three-game series May
Mays is backOnce Tom Shannon, Ib 77 16 23 .299 4 I 1 16 3
The Class B will be run off
Dave Porter, c 74 13 20 .270 7 2 1 ,15 3
Friday, with the preliminaries at again Willie Mays, the 2930.SEC
r Earl Montgomery, 2b 82 14 22 .268 I 1 116 3 standingsEASTERN
.. 9:45 In the morning and the finalsI "Say Hey" kid, Is the reigning
0 0 0 3 2
Jim Elliott, cf 41 2 11 .268
starting at 1:45. The same time king of major league baseball.
Jim Duncan, If 80 14 21 .263 0 1 0 9 7 DIVISION
schedule Is set for Class A and It is reported that when Willie
c,, Bill Blomgren, rf 82 17 21 .256 3 I 1 21 0
double A Saturday.All Mays hot streak
on gets going on a ,
Ron Creese, 3b 63 19 13 .206 2 0 I 4 6 Auburn 11-5
of the events offer good stock in the community-owned San
Randy Morcroft, ss 80 12 13 .163 2 0 0 11 0 Florida 10-5
competition, but the mile run and Francisco Giants goes up.
pole vault should be the most spec- Right now that stock must be Kentucky 10-5
Less Than 120M.Bats Tennessee
6-7
tacular Individual events. John sky-high, for the incomparableMays
Georgia Tech 4-7
and Steve Owens from the Is
Morton hitting at a clip that has
Allen Trammell, cf 27 5 10 .370 1 1 1 8 2 Georgia 4-8
Miami area have both vaulted 14 the baseball world turned topsy-
Danny Eggart, 15 5 5 .333 0 0 1 5 0 Vanderbilt 3-11
p
feet, 6 inches. They will be backedup turvey, and the Giants In first place
Don Pendley, 3b 28 4 9 .321 0 I 0 4 1
by a host of 13-foot vaulters. in the National League. '
Jim Boyesen, cf 17 2 5 .294 2 0 0 0 0 WESTERN DIVISION
MerriU Moore Gainesville is Giants'
During the first fifteen n
: Dan Griffin, p 7 1 2 .286 0 0 0 2 0
the favorite for the mile run witha games Mays trotted to the plate
1> Jim Blggart, p 12 2 3 .250 1 0 0 1 0 Mississippi 11-0
state's-best time of 4:18.0. The 59 official times and produced 27 .
\: Charlie Anderson, p 12 0 1 .091 0 0 0 0 0y Mississippi State 5-6
mile run looms so tough that Harry safeties--for a mere .461 batting
Richard Phallnes, p 1 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 Alabama 6-8
Drake, Jacksonville, who has runa mark. W
Adrian Zabala, p 12 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0m 0 ; L. S. U. 4-7
4:26.0: switched to the halfmilefor What has been amazing about : .
the state meet and qualifiedIn Mays' streak is the fact that he {'i itlrt;; =Dri" 1ZmVlmi k Tulane 4-9

1:58 behind his sophomore team- has smashed 10 home runs,scored

mate Brian Overcash, who ran a 22 tallies, and driven in 25 runs-- Karate tonightThere Starter & Complete Sers

1:57.4 half-mile. all within the space of two short Clubs by McGregor for Men, Women & Children

Rain or shine, many state rec- weeks. will be an exhibition of
Bags
Karate in Florida Gym tonight at

7:30, featuring the top three experts Carts GOLF

I.Dupree best-Graves In Karate today from Japan. Putters & Wedges

Head Covers

The men have Just completed an Balls
exhibition In Denmark as part of
Florida head football coach Ray game," says Graves. "That'san Gloves
current world
a tour. The same
Graves Is ready to put star full- outstanding season for any back
demonstration will be held here--
back Larry Dupree In some mighty and a healthy Dupree this fall will Shoes & SocksJimmie
to show Karate In a demonstrationas
fast company. top anything he's yet done."
an art and sport and perhaps
,
"Dupreels the best runner I've Hughes Sporting Goods
create an educational Interest In
will fullback and
seen in college football, says Dupree play
t Graves. "Taking everything into halfback for the Gators in 1964, it, the Intermurals departmentsaid.

I consideration, Including power and Graves added, switching to halfback 1113 W. University Avenue FRanklin 2-.B212

F broken field ability, there are only on the "Go Team" at times. Admission Is free.

two other backs I'd put In Dupree's

class.

"They are Johnny Butler of Ten-

nessee (late '30s, 1940), and Leon "

Hardeman of Tech (
Georgia early ,
'50s)."

Dupree, a near-unanimous J :: '<'1 !. .
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all-SEC honors three times. Du- PRo

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Three-time all-conference men

are Shorty McWilliams of Mis- ,

sissippi State (1946-47-48) and ==::::: @Id cS pia
Harry Gllmer of Alabama (1945- w-

46-47). McWilliams also made all-' -I__ SHUt.TON Atli! "'4.O" '.,'....-.<:,

conference as a freshman In 1944.

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{ da's possibilities for 1964, but he

Is positive about Dupree.
6 ", "Last season he gained 745 :!;. @H&iwith that crisp, clean masculine aroma !

yards on a bad knee, sick with

pneumonia and having a personal

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Bill Benz of the UF's de In doubles
competition Barr CHARACTER CORNER
semi-finalists last I f
partment of required physical Coaches P. A. Lee and Jim year. i

education will representthe McCachren are heavy favor First-round singles com- "
faculty In the All-Campus ites, having won 16 of the petition starts Monday and ;,
Handball Tournament. Benz last 17 tournaments and cur- doubles a week later. Duprce
won the last singles cham- rently holding the title. Fac- The handball c-errpetition

pionship In 1960. ulty members challenging Is part of the All-Campus Deserves
them include Coaches
Tom Tournament of the Intra-
Leading student contender Scott and Foy
Stephens, also murals Department this trimester -
Is Tom Kelly, who w>n the 'of the required,physical education All competitors will
Southern Tourna- CaptaincyBy
Illinois department.
meet in round-robin play.
ment two years ago. Two Leading student pairs are Five sports are to be played, '," .
dark horses are Sam Shay Kelly and Wasserman along the other four
being golf, ;. i MARTIN EDWARDS
and Larry Wasserman. with George Bant and Larrv bowling.. softball.. and tennis.. .,\ Snorts Editor

Posey sailing/// along .::" ,!"i

Cricket Match Remember anyone from your freshman orientation
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,: group?
Vancouver, British Columbiamay the finals, the last qualifying race :," As a freshman I remember taking my initial tour
Slated SaturdayA afford new sailing grounds for for this year's Olympic Games in of the campus with good old group No. 6, which featured -
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Gator Sailing Club member David Tokyo, Japan. .i the late D's and early E's.
Posey, who swept to victory last Former international Windmill '. The name of our Illustrious leader has long since
cricket match Is scheduled weekend to win an invitation to class champion from Gulfport, escaped my memory, but there is one member of that
Saturday on Fleming's field at 2 compete in the Foster Olympic Florida, Posey Joined the Gator group I recall.

p.m. The British Isles have chal- semi-final eliminations being held Sailing Club last January. He Back in those lonely freshman days, there was one .,..
lenged allcomers, and the game there this has since become vicecommodoreand
June. huskily-built fellow In the group who seemed rather' shy.
will last for an agreed one Inning has been scoring successesfor lie always stood a little apart from the rest of us.
each side. For spectators, thisis Posey copped 5 first places and .he UF at record pace. I took notice of this particular fellow freshman be-
good for about four hours play, 2 seconds' in the Southeast Inter- Intra-club competition Is in the caise I had read his name on numerous occasionsin
and some hundred odd runs. To collegiate Sailing Association New offing for May 16 and 17, when the the sports section of North Florida newspapers.
help spectators viewing their first Orleans meet, capturing a chanceto club's qualified skippers will race lie had been on outstanding halfback,setting numerous
match, a free pamphlet will be represent SEISA in the upcoming at Wauburg for the Admiral Albert rushing records at some small high school I had
available describing cricket prin- Canada eliminations. Winners of trophy, traditionally awarded never heard of.

ciples. the Vancouver meet will go on tc each trimester. i., Now, three years later, that freshman has grown
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Into a 5-11, 195-pound senior and was almost an
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I 4 I'; unanimous choice for the captaincy of the 1964 edition
I.j of the Gators.
I f,4: Furthermore, he has already been selected by sev-
eral pre-season national magazines and newspapers
.i 1 as a choice for All-America. His name, of course,
j Is Larry Dupree.As .
a freshman he was a halfback but ran with the
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is authority of a fullback.
During the early part of Dupree's sophomore year,
the Gator team had Its setbacks, and he was a rather
unheralded sophomore playing on the "Go" team--

aS.r one of those mysteriously-named teams that nobody
could quite understand.

,. The name of Libertore, Hoover, and Infante held
; the Interests of the Gator fans during the early
portion of the season.
.r Although his play was fairly Impressive during
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'\ those early games, It was a run Dupree made against
Duke In the Gator Bowl that brought him into the

spotlight.
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Dupree cut through tackle, several times eluded
would-be tacklers and broke away for a touchdown
S :#4# Jaunt of 70 yards.
+ J t :, Fans began to watch for No. 35 and the sophomore
: tY *r7 rc didn't disappoint them.

,, Against Georgia, again in the Gator Dowl,he broughtthe
c fans to their feet with a spectacular 42-yard
touchdown romp midway In the first half, and later
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In the second quarter went over from 10 yards out.
In all he carried the ball 113 times for 60 yards. For.
his work he was named "Sophomore of the Year"In
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the Southeastern Conference and chosen to the
1. 'iR h, All-SEC team.

Glory upon glory was piled upon Dupree. An
3 Y ;\ "} appropriate end came to his first varsity season

I' when he caught a 24-yard touchdown pass against
Penn State in tiA Gator Bowl game to lead the Gators

to a 17-7 victory.
j I Last year as a junior Dupree played most of the
I 1 season with a bad knee and suffered personal tragedy
through family loss but still managed to gain 745 yards
rushing.
Most of the season Dupree was a marked man because -
the Gator backs were unseasoned sophomores.Those .
sophomores are experienced Juniors now and
the Gators have Captain Dupree ready to lead them
3Let's i
through one of the roughest schedules In Florida
L
t football history.
I i One thing is certain among the numerous uncer-
!r, tainties of the upcoming football campaign. Never

I;;'i was there a more modest star, or fitting captainto
a Gator football team, than Larry Dupree.

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LINDA HYAMS
President of Orchesis

Orchesis, the UP coed contem- Grad starts Cores /job CARtOOHS BY at the Campus Shop & SOt
porary dance club, Is pleased to I --
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bon aaais
the birth of Orchesis '-
announce Oliver P. Johnson, Florida '63, Siam, Is bordered by Burma, Laos,
Junior. Both parent and offspring has begun a two-year assignmentas Cambodia and the China Sea. Its
are doing fine. a Peace Corps Volunteer In capital, Bangkok, is one or the
Thailand.He largest and most modern cities
This summer, Orchesis Is initiating is one of :35> Volunteers who in Southeast Asia. Agriculture
a new program for those left April 30 for Thailand They occupies over 90 per cent of the p
Interested in modern dance. Or- join over 250 Peace Corps Volun- population; rice Is the staple food
chests will remain a performing teers already at work in Thailandin of Thailand, and a prime export.
group. It will be composed of rural community action, health This group of Volunteers trainedfor
.,. members who have been accepted and education.The twelve weeks at the Universityof Men's Shop
during tryouts, and who will do the majority of the Volunteers Hawaii They received con-
choreography for the group. will teach English as a foreign centrated instruction In the Thai OXSTRIPE COAT SHIRT has a 100% Pure long-
language. The need for English language, culture history and tra-
At the same time, Orchesis instruction In Thailand is basic: ditions as well as a review of point button down collar, 100% Pure tapered
members will Instruct Junior Or- most training and educational opportunities American history and world af- body, 100% Pure box pleat, hang-a-lqop and
chesis In basic modern dance tech- require an understanding fairs. They also received health back button. It's authentic! Tropical cotton ox-
niques, and will also teach com- of English. Few people outside education and physical condition ford, varying width stripes. $c tJREGOR.
plete dances that have been performed Thailand speak Thai. .
ing.Nearly
on campus in the past 6,500 Volunteers are now
year. Other Volunteers will teach at work in 45 countries of Africa,
physical and vocational educationand Asia and Latin America. Requestsfor ;
The apprentice dance group is vocational agriculture. They additional Volunteers are received .
being formed because many people will teach in universities, teacher daily Peace Corps officials -
who express interest In joining training colleges, and technical report that plans are being
Orchesis have had little or no Institutes. made to train up to 6,000 more EXCLUSIVELY YOURS,
training in modern dance. Under Thailand, formerly known as Volunteers this summer. AT WILSON'S, I
the new arrangement, each dancer '
MEN'S SHOPOXSTRIPE
will be occupied by activities that ,
best suit her ability. i

After tryouts, the new Orchesis
members will be as familiar with
the club's repertoire of dances as .,
are the senior members. This will T i
leave more time for choreography, ,
which is the most important and
time-consuming area of dance.
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If the initial venture is suc-
cessful, Orchesis Junior will be
carried into the fall and winter
trimesters. In the past, Orchesis
... has performed for the C5 Lectures,
the Newcomer's Club, the Fine
Arts Festival, the InternationalWeek
Talent Show, the SwimFinsand <
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Hume Hall Social, the Faculty \
t' Wives, Gator Gra and Gator C row!.
In addition, Orchesis has appeared \4o .
in the productions of Florida Players t
and in films for WUFT-TV. .
Orchesis Junior will meet every
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We sell such a package.It's .
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The Karmann Ghia Is what happened to a rf 4 qiey
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treatment.
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