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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
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Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: May 12, 1964
Publication Date: 1912-1973
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I Publications and the Board I r i4

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What is this board? How can it were revised by the Board on flit I H".w,

Ignore the student body constitution date. Under the circumstances, I .. ., \

...beginning an ? And, even If it can do so, regret that I must decline to appoint .,. .
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is it then representing the students Miss Keller as a student '

exhaustive serieson ? Is It SUPPOSED to rep- member of the Board.

resent the students? Should It "It would be helpful if the stu- ".",,
have the power to elect and remove dent Body Constitution could be

publications at UF editorial staff members? clarified so as to avoid the kind .

The board Is a standing com- of situation that has arisen in ..
More than $100,000 was spent this that is doneI "' -
mittee of the university. As such, instance. Until -
these Fall and winter tri- KELLER
It derives its authority from the can say only that I shall be gladto LAWRENCEcan
mesters to the with
provide campus Board of Control the entertain the nomination of a student -
its own the Alligator through handle. Until the end of last policy-making group above the student .
newspaper, ;
president of the university. "To member who possesses the level. Some
Its own magazine, the New Orange trimester, the Board was meeting usually those of
facilitate its functioning the Boardis qualifications required by the
smaller institutions
oftener are
sometimes censorialand
and ,
Peel; and Its own yearbook, the weekly
Seminole. also chartered under the con- Board and whose selection for trying to finish revisions of its dictatorial in their attitudesand
stitution nomination Is made in accordancewith
of Student Government
action. Many colleges
At and
During these same trimesters proposed policy statement. universities
the of the Student
the Board's own unofficial provisions
pro- have
controversy, both public and be- the same time, the Keller case some sort of prior
posed Body Constitution Insofar as those
hind-the-scenes, has centered policies say. and editorial elections took place, censorship of materials; almostall
It was to this standing committee provisions are not in conflict with
have sort of
about all three of these publica- plus a multitude of less signifi- some faculty ad-
authority that the board turned the regulations or policies of the visor. UF publications
tions. An Alligator editor was cant matters. have
when student Board of Student Publications.
government opposedIts
Impeached and removed from office During the summer, the Board neither, now.Editors.
ruling on Barbara Keller. After A good part of the Student Body
the New Orange Peel never will meet as a committee of the are censored before
Legislative Council had directed Constitution Is taken up with sec-
sold more than 5,000 Issues, and whole, having the power of the publication only by other editors.No .
the board to seat her, and tions that refer, either directlyor
the Seminole was the object of much full board but with some of its one but the students see what
been refused, after Honor Court Indirectly, to SG control over
discussion about function and whe- members absent. At the moment, will be published before the fact,
had rendered an "advisory opinIon" publications. They are too manyto
ther It should even exist, thou&hmost in fact, there are only three fac- The board's policy statement says,
to SG President Ken Kennedy list here, but they Include financial -
of this discussion was never ulty members and student members "A publication may print what it
saying Miss Keller should be seat.. control of all funds, powerof
heard by the student body. on campus. pleases, but It must be preparedto
ed, Kennedy finally sent his nomi- abolishment of any publication,
There were many other issues The present smaller Board and accept responsibility for its
nation of Miss Keller to President directions for electing editors, and
concerning the three publications, the regular Board each have the act of printing. The campus pressIs
Reitz. membership of the Board of stu-
few of them broad however. subject to this qualification."
satisfactorily or per- Reitz replied as follows: dent Publications Itself. same powers, They
resolved. The In effect do about Does the Board practice whatIt
manently biggest just
can, any-
"I have received your letter of Yet, U the Board chose, it could
of all under the with student preaches?
was never even thing sun
March 31,1964, in which you nominate ignore any of these regulations,
raised: do publications, which publications, always provided their Present Alligator Editor John
Miss Barbara Keller for the according to President Reitz' let-
take a healthy $14.50 bit from action is approved by Reitz. Askins, a former New Peel section
vacancy now existing on the Boardof
each student's activity fee, serve ter.What The Board holds In its collective editor and former member of the
Student Publications. Among use is there, then, in the
the student as he should be served? other things, your letter states: constitution's sections on publica- hands, then, "freedom of the Board, says, "I believe the Boardin

The Alligator is going to explore 'Because of various inconsis- tions? press" at the University of Florida. general is against even a suspicion

the entire area In a seriesof tencies between the Student Meanwhile, the Board just keeps The situation is far from of censorship. When I was

articles' beginning today. We Government Constitution and the rolling along, its members usually unique; every educational institution on it, that was the situation. In

know the series will be long. We Charter of the Board of Student Involved In more work than they has some sort of publications (See THE BOARD, Poge3)Summer )
doubt It will be boring, but if It
Publications, I believe that the
be so, the exploration still must
Student Body Constitution's pro-
be done. We begin at the beginning -
vision for the selection of Board
with the Board of stu-
members must be construed as a
dent Publications, where policy is
means of selecting nominees
made and Implemented for all the
rather than the final selection. .
publications -- Ed.
"At the outset let me say that,

. like you, I feel that there are inconsistencies l
between the Student

Government Constitution and the
The Board of Student Publica-
authority of the Board of Student
tions made of three studentsand
Publications as a committee of the
four faculty members, (one of
University, and I regret that Miss
whom, the chairman, votes onlyIn
Keller has undergone the incon-
tie decisions has the
) given
venience and uncertainty that these
campus some of Its hottest contro- S'rt
inconsistencies have produced.
versies. Last Fall It acting
"You recognize, I am sure,
the Electoral Board of Student
whenever there is a conflict or
Publications which adds the .
Inconsistency between the stu- \
President of the Student Body and and
dent Government Constitution
Chancellor of the Honor Court to t
the Boardof 0
the policies adopted by
Its roll, Impeached and dismissed Student Publications, the latter

David Lawrence Jr. as Alligator must prevail. I understand that

Editor. Miss Keller does not meet the
That decision was widely criti .
qualifications that were prescribedby T
cized. Then this past Spring,Bar the Board of Student Publica- a

bara Keller,2UC,was denied seat before t
tions for Board membership -
on the Board despite her election does she
January 16, 1964; nor
by the student body. Another storm
resulted. meet the qualifications as they I


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Editor . . . . . . John Askins J,

Executive Editors Hathaway's half -sleeve club shirts...

Jim Hammock Benny Cason

Associate Editors

Bob Thomas Joel Gaston

Jim Castello Ernie Lltz .and they are styled to reflect your smart, well-groomed

Pat Hogan Eunice Tall The fabrics
appearance. are finest zephyrweight oxfords
Beth Kraselsky Nancy Brachey
and cotton batiste broadcloth in solid colors and soft or bold

Sports Editor . . . . . Martin Edwards stripes on white grounds. The traditional shaping of Hatha-

way's button down collars plus single-needle .
Staff Writers stitching on ;.

John Hancock, Jackie Cornelius, Millie Gorman, Barbara every seam summarizes Hathaway's good looks. See Hathaway's 'I""

Keller, Ed Barber, Don Federman Jojce E. Kilmer, Patti summer selection today. ... '

Pltz, Liz Brewer, Hall Cain, Charlie Bush, Joe Kollin, Bob from 6.95

Wise Jim Carleto Phil and Stan .
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Don Addis, Nelson Meyer, Sam Shaya, Ernie Litz, Dave j W,

Piche, Jim Neff, and Darlene Pierce

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s nalist has been chairman; Hugh legality of what their press pub-

; You're a I THE BOARDContinued I Cunningham, also a professional lishes. They cite numerous in-
newspaperman and journalism Instructor accuracies in past Alligators.They
t at UF, is a recent former further believe that the universitymust

; ( from Page 2)) chairman. protect its "greater" interests -
It is pretty much a fact of life since it Is a tax-supported
the case of Lawrence, I believethe
e Board was justified; In the that policy-making responsibility Institution. And they argue that
for any publication must lie somewhere any university activity must be
case of Keller, I believe Its stand
In commercial publica- under the final control of the
was correct, but the issue was unnecessary -
i t JantzenSHOES since she was probably tions it Is the editor who makes university president, if he is to

as qualified as was necessary. policy, almost always according to discharge the responsibilities of
the wishes of the publisher. At his position.The .
That was a subjective decision,but
t UF the Board acts as "agentsof
there was nothing underhanded
I about it."As the publisher," who is deemedto bo-1 lists criteria for
be the with the in its
university, editing policy statement.
editor of the Alligator, and
Meet the gayest young blades of gross Bring out the in the past as a staff member of Board of Control and the presi- Some of these:
sunniest side of the street. Take your smile for a various publications, I have never dent having administrative respon- -- "Publications .& \ strive
walk in Jantzens. Just any one of the sensitive new felt any sort of suppression. I sibility, and the situation other- to protect unwarrantly tie Imageof
Jantzcns. Too light to bend the crocus blossom. Too would not hesitate to publish any- wise is the same. the University, but should not

sweet to consider the thought. Wherever you walk: thing I believed should be pub- in commercial publications, consciously or unconsciously pre-
Just wear a smile and a Jantzen. And don't forget lished. The only representativeof however, the publisher Is the man sent a distorted Image.

your shoes. Just 6.99. How about that! the Board who even knows what who pays the money. Here the -- "Editors should feel free to

goes on down here from day to man who pays at least part of point out problem areas in the

day is its executive secretary, the money, the student,Is virtually university but should also try to
Bill Epperheimer, and he has powerless when the chips are down. report efforts at solutions that
believe In reality, student publicationsseem are being made or attempted
neither the power, nor, I ,
the Inclination to censor" to be published FOR the -- "Editors should feel free to

John Farrell, chairman of the student, not BY him. editorialize and be critical when
Board when the Lawrence and Kel- Is this as It should be? There indicated, but editorials or col-

ler cases were decided, recently are arguments for both sides. umns should be signed and space
resigned his position as alawpro- Pro-student control opinion is should be available for opposing

fessor to become president ofa that students are "taxed withoutrepresentation" views.
if they cannot directly -
City Bank. The
'qy I1rN As was said before, responsibility -
rp r chairman John Webb elect members to the
Journalism for
policies fall somewhere -
professor he's satisfied with governing board of student pub-
Is there a better place
the present situation lications. They cite the Keller
regarding than the Board? Could fhe Boardbe
censorship. case as an example. They fur-
ther that individual editor Improved?
Farrell was a "strong" chairman argue any
Here are some suggestions that
Webb hopes to be the same.A would be powerless against an"evil" have been
advanced for changing
member of the board on an Board that sought to sup-
the structure of the Board. Whether
interim basis since last fall, and press material that might presentan
any of them are ever Imple
part-time executive secretary before adverse Image of the university. mented
that, Webb should know the They cite the banning of the original council and depends the administration upon legislative I
Peel as an example.
Board as well as anyone. He was
direct eUctlon and removalof
V editor of a daily paper In Athens, Pro-university control opinion student Board
members by the
Ohio before coming to UF. His says that students are neither ma- student
appointment marks the second time ture nor experienced enough to be body
-- Direct election and removal
in the past few that responsible for the good taste and
years a jour- of editors by the student body

YOUR -- Complete student member-
ship on the Board

CHOICE wr COMPLETE DINNER -- Assumption by the Schoolof

$699 Journalism and Communicationsof

responsibility for student publications -
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-- Removal of student government -
control as stated in the stu-
MONDAY Golden. Brown Fried Chicken or
dent body constitution.
Baked Ham
-- Assumption of direct controlof
TUESDAY Chopped Sirloin Steak or Beef Stew publications' share of student

WEDNESDAY Roast Turkey & Dressing or Country activity fees by the Board.
With approval of the new university
Styled Steak constitution by President

THURSDAY Barbecue Short Ribs of Beef or Sliced Reitz, committee structure maybe
altered by the University Senate,
Roast Beef
with Reitz' approval, without nec-
FRIDAY French Fried Deep Sea Scallops or Rib Steak essity of a constitutional amend-

SATURDAY Chopped Fiesta Steak or Fried Chicken ment. If the student body wants
K Ad any change made, it would seem
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Page 4 The Florida Alligator TuesdayMay 12, 1964

IuIUNIiOIETiiJIII UF's Droblems and who

Editor's noteThe -

Inevitably affects the students adversely. At the
Finally these arguments are clearly supported by very
time that we at the University of Florida are tryingto
UF chapter of the The candidates' answers, the Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary
do the most for our students In building up their
American Association of while and Standards:
hardly unpredictablethey Schools In its Statement of Principles
opportunities in the space age, we are being hurt in
University Professors senta ( are politicians, after "Statutory provisions which give the Governor or
recruiting outstanding faculty to teach them [
brochure and questlonalre all) might lend a certain any other officer or agency arbitrary power over the by the

to the gubernatorial candi- amount of Insight Into what budget of Institutions and through that over the salariesof following:
dates before the UF board of con- A. The change-over to the trimester system,with I
primarieslast can expect when the win- their personnel, actually deprive the
contracts for 2 1/2 trimesters (10 full
week. The brochure ner gets In office The bro- trol, of Its power. .Under such a system sound faculty months),
us at an economic disadvantage in the
discussed the university'svalue chure, on the other hand, Is education Is in constant jeopardy." puts seller's
to the state and the for Its to come market for faculty that prevails nationally. The Uni-
Interesting frank discussion "If the best professor in the country were
problems It Is encountering; of problems here.It Into his office, President Reitz could not hire him versity of Florida must compete for faculty with
universities that pay more for nine months of
the questlonalre asked 12 because of the cumbersomeness of the Florida budget

pointed questions of the can- was much longer in the machinery," the Committee of One Hundred's Sub- regular semesters than we pay for ten months'

didates. We thought It of original; we have picked out committee on Higher Education declared recently. service. This is so because Florida professors were

twofold value to print both. only the most vital parts. Frank Buchanan, when he resigned his seat on the forced to teach 25 per cent more time In terms of
class hours and student load for 11 per cent
Board of Control on December 10, 1963, said, "The
salary on the 2 1/2 trimester schedule. Those
of an institution on
wherein the
., J.9-N__>.>;.mr>."'' _.._l JJE..E., m.il 'If" ,,,W.I procedure today president a three-trimester schedule must teach 50 cent
ljJjl( "'"''' ''''' >- --- must get informal approval both from the Board (of per
time than they did on two semesters for
before more only
Control) as well as the Budget Commission
submitting a formal request to the Board borders on 33.2 per cent more money. Florida professors were

the ridiculous." He stated that the Board of Control refused consideration for the normal salary increasesof

operates under curbs which are "hampering our 13 per cent per biennium taking place In the rest

The problems: efforts to enploy top quality personnel in the universities of the nation as the state arbitrarily regarded adjustments -

," and called for revamping state budget for the extra time required In the tri-

l procedures to allow the Board of Control authorityto mester as salary Increases.B. .

allocate and direct the spending of funds appro- Students suffer under the trimester plan from

LACK OF LOCAL AUTONOMY TO HANDLE PROBLEMS priated by the Legislature and freedom to set salariesfor the fact that they move right from one trimesterInto

DISTINCTIVE TO THE UNIVERSITY OF university academic and administrative personnel, another without adequate time for professorsto

FLORIDA -- Until about 1955 each university In the leaving the Budget Commission its present statutory reorganize course material, to develop new reading

Florida system of higher education carried out Its authority to make across-the-board percentage reductions lists, or for the library to reorganize reserve holdingsfor

functions and developed Its educational policies and where state Income does not meet appropriations courses. Students also are deprived of time neededto

curricula within the framework of broad policy and write term papers and reports that develop their

functional control by the Board of Control and the 2. MISUSE OF STATISTICAL MEASURES AND mastery of subject matter. A fourteen-week tri-

Legislature. Presidents and faculties In general PRODUCTIVITY RATIOS -- The first law of com- mester simply does not contain as many hours and

formulated programs together on the basis of the parison Is to compare comparables. Some state minutes for library, laboratory, or field work as does

1 professional judgment of faculty as subject matter officials have tried to equate Florida universities' a seventeen-week semester.

I specialists. But since 1955 detailed decisions and faculties with state employees In respect to salary, 4. REFUSAL TO RECOGNIZE THE TRUTH THAT

directing decisions' on higher educational policy have leave, and use of state funds In research work. But THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA HAS ALWAYS OPERATED -

come more and more from the centralized Board of Florida's universities are in active national compe- ON A TWELVE-MONTHS' CALENDAR -- As

Control staff who are removed from Immediate contact tition, not a state competition. We compete for facultyin a matter of fact, the report that precipitated all the

t with the universities.The a national market place. We compete for research talk about operating colleges and universities year-

way better American universities are admini- grants nation-wide. And our graduates, Florida's round was directed at some of the Ivy League collegesand

stered Is that a Board of Regents or Board of Control, youth, must compete In a national market! universities which still customarily shut down

operating with some professional staff, sets up broad- Most state employees are not required to have during the summer. State universities have for decades

scale policy. This is a proper function for the Board Ph. D.'s or other advanced degrees; most are not held full-fledged summer sessions. The Universityof

and its staff. But it Is highly important that a proper required to engage In study and research continu- Florida has itself been typical of the state uni-

study be made of what should be delegated and what ously to keep up with new bodies of knowledge In versity summer offerings and has operated year-

should be centralized.In their fields; most are not required to attend pro- round. That Its summer session may not have beenas

other states It Is recognized that each Insti- fessional meetings and give papers on research results well attended as those at the Universities of

tution of higher learning has a unique and Individual ; most are not responsible for shaping the careersof Colorado, Wisconsin, and Minnesota is a matter of

character. In Michigan, for Instance, Wayne State persons other than themselves; most are not geography and heat. Air conditioning is needed

i In Detroit, the University of Michigan, and Michigan expected to publish papers and books based on their because of Florida's summer heat. Going over to a

State each serve a distinct function with a maximum Ideas and findings. To compare university teachingand trimester schedule without Installing air conditioningin

amount of freedom, and they do It well. In Indiana, research people with state employees in salary Gainesville will not fill University Florida class

I Purdue and Indiana University are good examples. matters Is to compare oranges with acorns.It rooms during June, July and August.

But In Florida, all universities are treated alike, Is legitimate to compare universities. Florida's The wrong remedy was prescribed as the would-be

as If no differences existed among them. The problemis universities do it themselves In matters of curricu- codtors forced upon the University of Florida a pre-

that all -- Including the University of Florida-- lum, admission requirements, faculty performance, scription Intended for an entirely different set of

may drown In a sea of red tape. All the specialtiesthat and so forth. But the United States does not compareits patients.

make the University of Florida distinctive and industrial output against that of Ethiopia. And 5. LACK OF SABBATICALS AND OTHER STAN-

of great value to the State of Florida are threatened the universities in Florida should not be comparedwith DARD BENEFITS ARE HINDRANCES TO RECRUIT-

from within state government and within the very sub-standard or marginal universities.Take MENT AND RETENTION OF OUTSTANDING FACULTY -
structure of control of education In Florida.
this concrete example. The Universities In THEREFORE, HINDRANCES
It Is also quite necessary that a proper role for the the state system are now being compared with fifty- TEACHING -- Lack of sabbatical leave for researchis

State Budget Director and Budget Commission shouldbe nine other public institutions MERELY BECAUSE a serious Impediment to Florida faculty who could

established. Every state and properly organized THEY HAVE ENROLLMENTS OF 10,000 OR MORE otherwise take advantage of modest grants for re-

governmental unit has a state budget commission witha STUDENTS. But this is a misleading standard! search. Thereby, Florida research projects are
budget director. But the function of the better
Many colleges and universities that recently attaineda drastically limited -- to the detriment of good teachingand
organized budget commissions is to establish an over
student body of 10,000 or more were until just yes- the disadvantage of our students.
all budget figure for presentation to the legislature.
terday teachers' colleges, or In some cases only Leading state universities, with which we should be
Moreover the budget commission should properly
junior colleges. Few have any great scope or varietyto compared, show an overwhelming number which have
establish over-all budget figures for each state
their programs. Those who cite what these collegesdo sabbatical leave programs for faculty. These leave
Institution of higher learning including the Universityof
as the basis for a pattern In Florida are playinga arrangements at full or half pay, depending on the

Florida. dangerous game of seeking the lowest common length of leave taken, are tied to research projectsby
The point where the state budget machinery is out
denominator. The harm of this approach Is com- faculty requesting leave.
of balance In Florida Is after the legislature has met
pounded by shifting attention from proper comparisonswith 6. WE NEED AN ATMOSPHERE OF FREE INQUIRY -
and made the appropriations. The budget commissionthen
the leading state universities with strong graduateand SO THAT OUTSTANDING SCHOLARSHIP MAY
assumes authority to control the thousands of
Individual line Items and salaries.
Another problem Is a misunderstanding of efficiency. -- If the universities In Florida are to take their
The state universities In Florida and South Carolina
A university Is neither a factory nor brickyard. You rightful place as great Intellectual institutions in the
are the only state universities in the country where
cannot measure a university by how many hours its mainstream of American culture, both students and
the universities and their boards cannot set final
buildings are In use, or how many students occupy faculty must be free to ask questions significantto
salaries of
each chair each day. Such statistics tell you nothing our society, and to participate as citizens in that
Moreover the long delay necessary for approvalat
about the academic quality of a university.For society. Those rights of citizens as citizens,guaran-
the Board of Control level and then at the Budget
example, In American universities generallythe teed by our Federal and State constitution, cannot be
Commission level means that the universities in the
better the quality of teaching, the fewer studentsto denied or invaded, nor can inequitable Investigativeand
Florida higher educational systet. are not able to
faculty, not more. But Florida studentfacultyratios disciplinary proceudres be used against either
Issue annual contracts until six or right months after
are being continuously pushed up by so-called students or faculty, without endangering the quality of
such contracts are Issued In many other universities.
"productivity ratios," applied by those In Tallahasseewho the universities and, Indeed, the fabric of society in
The resulting disadvantage In the highly competitive
apparently Interpret"productivity"of professor our state and nation. It Is simply a fact of academiclife
process of recruiting high caliber faculty Is o 'ilous.In .
to mean that the more students he has, the betterhe -- and it has been a fact since the Middle Ages --
1963, no faculty contracts were Issued until Sep-
attracted -
is. that most gifted students and teachers are not
HAD ALREADY STARTED.To Top quality universities average about one professorto and do not stay In a repressive or punitive
every 12 students. In Arts and Sciences at the atmosphere.
the the Director has
compound problem Budget
University of Florida, it Is one to 20, in spite of 'Si. .
since recommended that in the future salaries be
Board of Control attempts to relieve this pressure. Basically, all our problems come down to one --
paid at the old rate until the Budget Commission
University budget.


psetuo-economlc safeguards will soon be Intensifiedby -- We need objective study of the academic OTHER UNIVERSITIES FOR EXCELLENT PROFES-

rising enrollments. With these burdens, Florida's I eflects and the Indirect financial as well as direct SORS. We need such faculty In order to give Florida

universities must face an Increasingly"seUers' mar- financial costs of the trimester schedule for both university students the best curricula at the highest

ket" of faculty. students and faculty. What affects the faculty adversely quality level of teaching.


TuesdayMay 12,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 5the .


I candidates would do about them I IFor

Florida youth to compete with California,Michi- tem Is not self supporting as is Legislature to appropriate such BURNS: (No additional comment
gan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin youth, the universities the road system; as stated in''Problems funds as may be required (not submitted.)
in Florida must compete with the large prestige Facing Florida's Public merely desirable) to provide a HIGH: My views on this subjectcan
state universities of those states for faculty. Students, Universities," we cannot "com- system of quality higher education best be expressed by repeating
to receive equality of Intellectural opportunity, need pare oranges with acorns." I will within the limits of the reason- two planks of my platform. The
to be taught by professors who keep up with new not support legislation which will able ability of our taxpayers and plank on the public school systems
knowledge by having time and facilities for researchand tie the hands of the executive. without consideration of other systems states I favor improved Instruc-
reading. It Is impossible for professors who QUESTION 7: Reasonable autonomy If I am convinced these tional and plant facilities. I would
cannot find time for research to train graduate stu- for universities Is used in conditions are met, then I will seek less clerical work and more
dents in new and changing research methods. Our other states to permit each uni- favor teaching loads of twelve stu- time for instructional work for
nation is changing and moving ahead. The State of versity to use the best professional dents, not teaching the year round, teachers and would help retrievethe
Florida 'cannot afford to allow its oldest state uni- experience of its faculty and and sabbatical leave with pay. federal taxes paid by Floridians
versity to lose its regional eminence and thereby administration to decide curriculaand QUESTION: 11 Will you acceptthe by accepting federal grants to aid
cheat the youth of Florida; or its other universities to make appointments. Will idea that university salariesare education In Florida.In .
to slacken their rapid development. There is no you support Regents' policies competitive In a national mar-
such thing as withdrawing from the competition to which would permit decentralization ket? Will you advocate higher regard to higher education,
play in a state league, or choosing only weak com- of needed authority to the local education support at such a level only one of Florida's state universities -
petitors -- for the losers are the students, not the instit-tlons to make local deci- that the Regents and institution Is located In any of the
faculty. sions, when not contrary to gen-. should have funds to acquire and ten most populous metropolitanareas
Remember, a good faculty always can and does go eral system policy? retain a quality faculty based on of the state. Fouryearstate
elsewhere when an Institution drifts Into secondrateor BURNS: Yes. national standards of comparable colleges offering degrees in
third-rate status. But most University of Florida HIGH: Yes.HOLLEY universities for the job to be done? Arts and Sciences, Business Administration -
students cannot afford to go elsewhere. Don't let : I will be willing to BURNS: Yes, I have long recog- and Education shouldbe
the students down! direct that a study be made to nized this Idea that university established in the major met-
determine which executive and administrative salaries are competitive on a national -
ropolitan areas. Florida's colleges -
functions should be market that market
being and universities must be
and which should be the other university of
delegated systems
The raised to a level of excellence
answers: of the other states in the nation. If
centralized; and If the results equal to the best in the nation In
such study appear to be consis- Florida does not remain competitive order to meet the technological requirements -
tent with overall sound public poli- then our quality of our faculty of the space age. The
cy, then I would implement such will decrease. university system should be administered -
What the candidates said: of duplication in the various state findings through the Board of Con- HIGH: Yes, providing excellent with a minimum of
QUESTION 1 Do feel that trol and the Legislature. educational facilities and facultiesis
: you universities, although I have no political and a maximum of aca-
Florida needs a system of higher objection to two or ,more of the QUESTION 8: The Florida sys- categorically Imperative for demic freedom. Junior colleges in
education that is second to none universities pursuing a similar tem of higher education has no Florida to realize its manifest Florida should be administered at
in the country? program. It will be better to have authority to issue contracts until destiny. the state level so their programswill
BURNS: Yes. one outstanding well financed,well approved by the budget director. VOLLEY: salaries are com- mesh easily with those of the
HIGH: Yes.HOLLEY equipped program than It would to This often means contracts are petitive in a national market, but university system.
: Florida should havea have two mediocre or poorly organized six months behind the time they there are many other factors that
system of quality higher educa- programs. are Issued in other universities must be considered, and national HOLLEY: Public, tax supported
tion within the limits of the rea- HIGH: Yes.HOLLEY in the country. In 1964 we did standards of comparable univer- universities should provide high
sonable ability of its taxpayersand : U they are necessarynot not get contracts in universitiesuntil sities, as with other fields.of employment quality education for students qual-
without consideration of other ( merely helpful) programs of after the opening in Sep- are only some evidenceof ified not only by intellectual
systems. providing quality higher educationor tember; national practice is to what the supply and demand may achievement and capacity but also
QUESTION 2: With the heavy are financed through private issue contracts In February or be for our university system. demonstrated willingness to work
expansion of enrollments from grants with no current or pros- March. Will you free the Regents QUESTION 12: What are your and good character -- zestful,self
growth of the state and greater pective financial committment by to Issue contracts at a stan- general views on higher educationIn respecting, American, 'individual
number of high school graduates, the State, I favor our State univer- dard time? Florida? beings.
will you support provision for Increased sities continuing to expand research BURNS: Yes, there are ade-
enrollment without sac- quate controls to punish for wrong
rificing quality? QUESTION 5: On the ballot for doing and I believe a faster sys- I GATOR CLASSIFIEDS I I)
BURNS: This problem is a the November general electionsis tem of contracting approval and .
particular concern to me becausethe the constitutional amendmentto Issuance is definitely required.
entire philosophy of American establish a nine-man Boardof HIGH: Yes.HOLLEY CONSECUTIVE
Democracy has been quanti- Regents for nine-year staggered : (Same answer as for
tive education. Over emphasis in terms. Will you support this question 7.)
providing mass education invari- amendment? QUESTION 9: Use of univer- INSERTION
ably sacrifices quality education. BURNS: I would support any sity plants the year-round is desirable -
This calls for a more versatile proposal which would tend to mini- but this can be accom-
program of higher education with mize politics in our university sys- plished in a number of ways. Will
emphasis not only on quality four- tem or any of our educational you favor studying alternatives to DISCOUNTS
year colleges but on expanded programs. I feel certain that this the trimester system?
junior college programs with a Is the Intent of the proposed con- BURNS: Yes.
broad curriculum. Artificial stitutional amendment,however, HIGH: Yes.HOLLEY .
wash-out rates in our university there are dangers in this systemtoo. : I will approve a study
programs are designed to meet If you remove an appointed of alternatives to the trimester
enrollment impacts which can be board from the authority of an system to obtain maximum use of
very damaging to the 1/3 of our elected official they can become university plants.QUESTION .
young students and families which unresponsive to the people. It 10: Standard pro-
experience this failure. The uni- Is like Inducing a dictatorial con- visions for high quality faculty in
versities should only accept for cept Into a democracy. For example the country as a whole show that ,
admission those students who are if such a constitutionalboard there must be time for faculty research -
fully qualified and we could pro- should act against the pub- If the faculty Instructing
vide for those who do not have the lic Interest, an aroused public students is to be of highest com-
preparation or capacity In our jun- might find it difficult to bring about petence. This means the need
ior college program. desirable changes. In the past for: (A) Reasonable teaching
HIGH: Yes.HOLLEY there has been considerable witch- loads, which means reasonable 0
: If high quality results hunting by legislative committees.This student teaching ratios -- one
are achieved, as demand: is offers faculty member to twelve students,
proposal no surcease
20 Words Less for
apparent I will support provisionsfor but on the contrary might compli- not one to twenty. (B) Having or $1 1 Day
increased enrollment. cate It when considered in the time to prepare teaching materialand
QUESTION 3: If this demands light of proposed annual sessionsof do research, not teaching the 10
more money, will you recommend the legislature.HIGH year round. (C) Every five to % Discount for 3 Consecutive
providing it? : Yes.HOLLEY seven years having time for research -
BURNS: Certainly. : I am opposed to the or study known throughoutthe Insertions% Discount for 5
HIGH: Yes, by a severance tax proposed nine-man Board of Re- country as sabbitical leave
requiring those special interestswho gents. leave with pay. This is providedfor
do not pay any state taxesto QUESTION 6: Will ycu support most of the universities in Consecutive Insertions% for
pay their fair share. legislation to establish a system the United States with which we
HOLLEY: If this (my answerto where the Board of Regents will compete for staff. Do you favorA
question 2 as set out) requiresmore have authority like the State Road B, and C?
money, I will recommend Department, to be free from many BURNS: The basic principle All Insertions Over 5.. 3t per
providing It.QUESTION. restrictions except amount of appropriations Involved here is well recognizedand
4: A start has been and auditing? my answer is a qualified yes
made on funds for the vital research to (A), (B) and (C). I qualifymy Additional Insertion per WordCALL 1
needs of Florida: beach BURNS: My answer to question answer only because I would
erosion, agriculture, space, etc. 5 spells out my opinion in mattersof like an opportunity to have addi-
Ar you In favor of state uni- this regard. tional Information by way of com-
versities continuing to expand research HIGH: I believe in as much edu- parison with other universitiesand UNIVERSITY EXTENSION
in these and other vital cational freedom as possible. The other states.
areas? abolition of the Johns Committee HIGH: (A), (B) and (C). 2832 AND ASK FOR CLASSIFIEDS
BURNS: Yes, however, some would be a good start. HOLLEY: This entire question
_ study should be made of questions HOLLEY: The university sys- relates to money. I will urge the .

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M WE READ A STATEMENT in the press made by which divide families, destroy races, deaden

!1 one of the young defendants after the court youth, split nations? '

case involving alleged damages at a debutante
(I: in Island THE FREE WORLD looks to us for leadership.The .
party Southampton, Long : "Everyone
!-: knows there is too much drinking in this captive world looks to us to make freedoma

country, but what can you do about it? Every reality again. We know that if America fails

il body knows the morals of this country'are the world fails.

r i going down the drain." WE ARE OUT TO BUILD A NATION where families

{: WE THE UNDERSIGNED believe we have the teach mankind how to live together, where ..

answer to the young man's question. industry-management and labor-teach the :
} whole world how to work together, where all .
We believe it is time our generation stopped
1" '" colors and classes learn with "
II : races, together
self-righteously deploring this state of the
all nations how to lead the whole world for.
Fji i nation or irresponsibly contributing to it. The
ward. We out to create force of
are a young
,,'J time has come to change it.
.r ",,, 1 f Americans more dedicated to building a world
;:f WE REPRESENT hundreds of young Americans that works than any Communist or material

,.L:11: across the nation who have committed their ist. We will create an America to whom the

I. lives to create a new society in America and whole world will turn and say, "That is the

[ the world with the global program of Moral way men are meant to live." h

\ "; ;,kl :', Re-Armament. WE BELIEVE IN MODERN AMERICA. We believe ,
WE ARE IN REVOLT against a society which creates she will rise to the challenge of the times.

'., r I the climate of immaturity that leads to We believe she will demonstrate the great reality .
: such a debacle and to such a cynical state that free men will accep\ of their own

.s: .. ment. We have got to stop it. accord the discipline to be governed by God, I
t1r; 1//" so that millions on the earth will never be
WE ARE IN REVOLT against the gutlessness of"good"
.".. ,;i; : ruled by tyrants. "
t Americans who lack the courage to

!!:: explode the corruption existing in all levels of THE CHALLENGE facing the American youth is .

I our society, who sit silently while one woman not to go backward to the decadence that de- "?\

f r forces God out of our schools, who permit men stroyed the Roman Empire, but to go forward : .

r ." committed to atheism and anti-God to proceed to the revolution of Moral ReArmament.WE .
h, ,;J unchecked, who proclaim one set of standards 11\
II and live another. CAN REBUILD THE MODERN WORLD. Let

us go forward to absolute moral standards for R
}I WE ARE IN REVOLT against the line of the "newmorality" \
v all men everywhere: absolute honesty, purity:1\:
which is forced down throats
our unselfishness and love, not as an end in them
by books, magazines, television, films, professors
: selves, but as a means for giving us the energy
i and some churchmen. Sex, violence, lust
," the maturity, the responsibility, the
',4 I ..': and godlessness are taking over the nation.. clarity that will take humanity forward to the ','.
> When venereal disease among young Americans
next stage in human evolution. ,,
1 f rises 130% between the years 1956 and

t I 1961, when 13,000,000 children come from THREE THOUSAND OF US are meeting this sum
; broken homes-who is responsible? We are. mer in a Conference for Tomorrow's Americaat
WHERE ARE THE YOUNG AMERICANS who the Moral Re-Armament Center, Mackinac

will pay the price in their own lives to standup Island, Michigan, to shoulder that task to ,

R 4 "; for what is right in the country? Whereare gether. We invite every young American who "",,}

the fighting Americans who will cure the has the courage and spirit to care for his nation .,,

hatred, bitterness, impurity and selfishness and the future of mankind to join us. '
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] New political Y.Mfib. b I )IIII: ::: iii--------- by REID POOLE head of UF.music deportment

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J By BOB MOUNTS : + M. b Pianist opens. concert season

E -. Twilight Concerts on the Plaza of the Americas.
1- Governor Farris Bryant, when informal of the probable University School of Music, will be pre- The first of these will be presented this Wednesday
)n results of Florida's gubernatorial race, listing sented by the Lyceum Council in University Audi- evening, May 13, beginning at 645.:
Ir as run-off candidates the mayor's of Miami and Jacksonville torium tonight at 8:15. The program emphasizes the summer enjoyablllty
:- said that now Florida was truly "a metro- Mr. Yessin will open his program with the four to be found in concert-In-the-park music. On the
politan state" delightful Impromptus of Opus 90 by Franz Schubert. light and lilting side is the little-known Sousa march
:: More than any other Florida election in post-war Then will follow, perhaps the most challenging work dedicated to baseball and entitled "The National
rn times this one has some very significant implications. of the evening, the Sonata No. 7, Opus 83, by that Game;" Rlmsky-Korsakov's ebullient "Dance of the
'I The outcome of both major races, for governor and redoubtable Russian, Serge Prokofieff. Prokofieff's Tumblers;" some bumptious can-can music from
,= for attorney-general, bring into high relief the outline compositions have such a wealth of colorful, melodic Jacques Offenbach's "Ballet Parisien;"selections
)n of Florida's future. Invention and driving rhythmic energy that they are from Richard Rodgers "The King and I."
IS There are several conclusions we might attempt becoming more firmly ensconced In the affections of
1- to draw from this last poll of all polls. both performers and the public every season. EUPHONIUM SOLOIST
.' First, that metropolitan voters hold the key to Following the intermission, Mr. Yessin will offer Peter Zinober, outstanding performer on the
:' future political power in Florida. It Is apparent that the Chopin "Fantasy In F minor, Opus 49," and a euphonium, or baritone horn, will demonstrate the .
:a unless rural north Florida Democrats are willing toe composition by his fellow faculty member,composer- beauty and virtuosity of that instrument with his
' Jump party lines for Rep. Charles Holley in Nov- In-residence at Jacksonville University,William Hos- performance of the Fantasia dl Concerto by Boccalari.
,r ember, that Florida's next governor will have been kins: Misterioso and Nocturne from "Variationson Pat Kennedy, a music education major from Jack-
e a metropolitan mayor. Furthermore, if Robert King a Random Theme," written In 1952. sonville who not only plays the saxophone but also
w f.. High should be able to edge out Jacksonville Mayor The program will close with the Tarantella from has a penchant for percussion performance, will
_ Haydon Burns on May 26, many conservative Demo- "Venezia e Napoli" by the greatest virtuoso in the be featured in a rhythmic selection entitled "Drum-
- crats will be tempted to be even more overt in Joining history of the piano, Franz Liszt. beat Jamboree."
- Rep. Holley's Republican camp in order to prevent All seats are reserved and cost $2.00. Univer- Mr. Bowles has also programmed Henry Hadley's
- a south Florida liberal from becoming governor.We sity of Florida students may obtain tickets on theirI. "Concert Overture" and the "Begulne Azul" by
may find that the stage has been set for a D. cards. Tickets are aballable at the Hub Information Frank McGlll, at present a teacher on the facultyof
r major political realignment in Florida. Booth on the University campus daily from Westwood Junior High School, who has made a
This situation Is even further complicated by the ..' 1:00 to 4:30 and at the door the night of the concert. local reputation as a performer, arranger and com-
".' strong possibility that the U. S. Supreme Court will Persons may drive on campus to purchase tickets poser of music In the popular vein.
reject Florida's reapportionment plan next month. from 3:00 p.m. with no parking problems. Bring the kids, the lawn chairs, and blankets, or
4 Should this occur, the present 1965 legislature will ., just sit on the grass, and enjoy the music in an Ideal,
never sit and the result of new elections may produce ". SEASON TICKETS outdoor concert setting.

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Page 10 The Florida Alligator TuesdayMay 12,1964Ole '<, .

Miss surveys the futureEditor's J{ "" G a

Note: The Alligator sent columnto great If he stays out of the Injured ranks; and Billy u

all the Gators' 1964 football opponents Sumrall will get unusual competition from two new-
comers, Doug Cunningham, a rangy six-foot one-Inch n
discussing the UF's chances this fall. The 175-pounder, who might possibly be the breakaway h,

Mississippian, student newspaper of the halfback long searched for by Ole Miss; and red- 3
shirt grad, George Brent, a powerful 200-pounder. "
with this
of Mississippi replied
University Cunningham is from Louisville, Miss and has certain h
article.The movements that remind Vaught of wild Will Glover,
a shifty sprinter who played for Vaught right after 1
final whistle of the Sugar Bowl losing effort he replaced Red Drew as head coach at Ole Missin <;> a
with Alabama had hardly silenced when Johnny Vaughtof 1947. F
the University of Mississippi made the decision Five top candidates will go to war for the wingback t'4 s
that his 1964 spring football drills would feature old starting job. Dave Wells, a 190-pounder from Madi-
fashioned fundamentals. He knows that there Is no sonville, Ky. is a piston-legged runner who averaged
substitute for hard-nosed football and that the team better than five yards per try last yeas as a sopho- 411
that blocks and tackles with the most enthusiasm more. Wells and Billy Clay, another soph stlckout, ''''- n

often comes out on the long end of the score. Ole were both Injured part of last season, but they're Coach Johnny VaughtGATORI c''
Miss, after all, fumbled 11 times against Alabama. expected to bounce back in fine fashion. tfrl1

From the very first day of spring training, Vaught, Filling the vacated shoes of veteran centers, Dill
therefore, started getting ready for his initial opponent. and Upchurch, looms as a major chore. Had not bsPoRa
Memphis State, the team that held the highpoweredRebels Fred Lentjes broken his arm, Upchurch would still J
to a scoreless tie In last year's Inaugural have a year of eligibility. But Injuries occur in the,
attraction at Crump Stadium. competitive game of football, so Robert had to'be
Vaught gave a fond farewell to only 10 seniorsoff rushed Into varsity duty as a soph before he was
last year's Southeastern Conference champion originally scheduled. Dill was simply Ole Miss' l
University of Mississippi football team In New Orleans first recognized All-America center.

New Year's Day Quarterback Jimmy Weatherly's old high school British win in cricketBy
However, he lost two fullbacks, Buck Randall and teammate, Ray Beddlngfleld, a six-foot two-inch
Freddie Roberts; two wingbacks, Larry Smith and 215-pounder from Pontotoc, won a monogram last JOHN WORTHYThe

Larry Johnson; two tackles, Whaley Hall and Cecil season, and is expected to team with king-sized cricket match on Saturday last, as was expected, turned out to
Ford; one quarterback, Perry Lee Dunn; one end, Charley Hinton, a 230-pounder from Gloster, who has be less a match and more a demonstration game for the benefit of Stan
Reed Davis and two centers, All-America Kenny Dill his Armed Forces tour behind him. Hinton has already Etchells, one-time terror of the Central Lancashire and other leagues,
and Robert Upchurch. been drafted by the pros as a future pick. He including the Oldham and Ashton Irregulars.
Most of Ole Miss' best teams during the Baught served red-shirt duties last year and Is a bear of Clearance came from the MCC in London during the week for his
regime have featured a piston-legged fullback who a lad defensively. Two other red-shirt grads,Whiner reversion to amateur status and at the same time the position of the
cannot only pick up yardage on his own,often breaking Mills and Ron Fowler, who are tall and rugged, and other players' standing by playing in the same match was clarified.
\ clear for long gains, but also a rocking blocker who two gigantic froshsa pair of 235-pounders who are They retain amateur standing.The .
can put a hard-charging enemy end on the ground. both 6-4, David Ray and William Lewis, will also game was about as one-sided as the score would suggest. How
The Rebel coaching staff--no group has stayed together get a real test. ever, in the usual spirit of the game the fielders settled down to keepingthe
longer--will take a stout look at four highly wicket and to make as
score as low as possible whilst he was at the ,
regarded youngsters at this vital fullback post. Frank No Southeastern Conference team Is likely to have whilst Etchells'
runs as possible from the bowler at the other
Kinard, Jr. has excellent speed and likes to play. stronger experienced guards than the Johnny Rebels. many
team was in the field.
He won a letter last season. He will be pressedby Stanley Hlndman, the Newton nugget, weighs 230
make four
It is understood that Etchells will be able to more appear-
Johnny Richardson, potentially a great player If he pounds and Is still a growing boy. His West Point ances before returning to Canada and devotees of the game should take
escapes the Injury hex which followed him as a departure left Paul Dietzel shedding genuine tears. the opportunity of seeing this one-time big leaguer in action some
sophomore last year, and Lee Garner,one of the prize LSU, Dietzel's old port of call, wept, too, when Hind- Saturday afternoon.
Mississippi school boy backs at Batesvllle two years man made his now celebrated over-hauling of jet .'
ago. Garner, according to Vaught, had an excellent swift Joe Labruzzo on the Rebel one, helping prevent BOWLING.
redshlrt year, is tremendously aggressive and hasa a touchdown In that 37-3 rout. Hindman's right AND THE REST

wonderful attitude and size at 6-1 and 195 pounds. guard pals are Don Windham ((228)) of MayersvUle Hobbs b Etchells..3 Etcbells not out. . . .. .107Ranjltsinji
John Turner, a superb defender, will also be givena and Rollo Moses (200)) of Yazoo City. Bobby Robinson Ames c and b Etchells. .. .,,,2' run out. .;." . .3
look at fullback, although he was listed as a guard (220) of McComb also is destined for potential great- Hammond run out. .0' .. .0 Duleapelnji b Bradman. . J
last year. ness this fall. Grace st Etchells b Etchells. .11 Suraja Dowla c Hobbs b Ames. .13
With Perry Lee Dunn accepting his sheepskin this Vaught Is planning to seek to field four strong W. Rhodes c sub b Etchells. .'1 Gaekwar Baroda c Ames 'b Hobbs. .0
spring, Pontotoc's Jimmy Weatherly, who shone so teams with the majority of the players going both W. E. MacGregor not out . .2 P. Maritzburg Ibw umpire Rhodes .0
tremendous Compton c Etcbells b sub . .4 Nawab Pataudl c Bailey b Trafford. AL
brightly as a sophomore and displayed ways despite the new rule change. He feels that he
Bradman tow b Etebells. . .21( Pearson c May b MacGregor. .0
when forced to shoulderthe In
leadership and responsibility must have some of the best performers action on
T. Bailey hit wlrt b Etcbells. .4 L. N. Constantine Ibw b sub. .3
load against Tennessee when Dunn was Injured,has both offense and defense and we certainly concur.In .
May retired injured bit Etchel s..5 Yemen Pools c Grace b Hammond. .3
all the Ingredients of being another typically great 1949, ole Miss owned the best offense in the South- O. Trafford also fIDe . . .2' Kruger c Jameson b Rhodes. ..
Ole Miss field general. He Is challenged by Jimmy eastern Conference with most of the vets concentratedon Extras. . ... .. .. .. ,47'Total b bowunf Total 2zT
Heidel of Yazoo City, who as a sophomore performedso the ball-carrying team. The soph-studded defensive 89. c caught
well on defense that he reminded Rebel rooters platoon hardly stopped anyone, and 1950 was r'C sub b substitute
of Jimmy Patton of a decade ago; Brent Caston, a practically a repeat of the previous year. Those
rangy 180-pounder from Liberty, who la very fast; were the only two bad seasons Vaught and his long-
and a left-hander, Charles Myers, who weighs 195, time aides have ever had in 17 years of association.The .
starred In junior college and was red-shlrted last bitter taste of those long, losing campaigns,

fall. He Is strong defensively. well over a decade ago, stills remains. They vowed See What's.New IN
Three veteran tailbacks, Mike Dennis, a 205poundbull never to let It happen again, and you would have to
t of a boy; shifty Dave Jennings, who could be say that so far they're men of their word.

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THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE OR- pool and will continue daily, except Florida Union Board awards ban- will enable him to attend a six- first board meeting this trimester.
GANIZA nON meets every Sunday weekends. Tickets for the : quet. week seminar In lithography at the Mike Stratton was appointed
I at 6:45 p.m. in Room 212 of the lessons are $2, available at 229 THE RECREATION COMMIT- John Herron School of Art in Indianapolis chairman of the Public Relations
Florida Union. Students and fac- Florida Gym. The lessons are fTEE of the Florida Union is spon- this summer. Committee. Sandra Commins Is
ulty are Invited to attend. from 12 to 1 p.m. with recreational .., a trip to St. Augustine Kerslake's print entry, "The chairman of the International Com-
ARTS AID SCIENCES DAMES swimming from 2 to 7 p.m.week- $ Saturday. A 35-passenger bus Shape of Anxiety," in the Fifth mittee and Lesley Lorant will head
I meet Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the days, 1 to 5 p.m. weekends.APPLICATIONS will leave the Union at 8 a.m. National Exhibit of Prints and the Dance Committee.
home of Mrs. Frederick Hartman, FOR MEM- :--- and return around 6 p.m. Bus Drawings at Ohio University was THE GATOR SUMMER BAND
3454 N. W. 12th Ave. Speakerwill BERSHIP In the Florida Union ;| fare is $3 round trip, and passengers selected to receive one of six will present the first in a seriesof
be Dr. Robert Carson of the Hostess Committee are availableIn I will pay their own admissionto purchase awards. Kerslake is also five twilight concerts on the
I humanities department. Room 315 of the Florida Union. to the various attractions In St.CAM showing in the Fifth Dixie Annual, Plaza of the Americas Wednesdayat
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STUDENT FLORIDA EDUCATION held at the Montgomery Museumof 6:45 p.m.Euphonium.
ASSOCIATION will presenta -' -< w --< Fine Arts, Montgomery, Ala- soloist Peter Zlno-
program tonight In Norman Hall, bama. ber and drummer Patricia Ken-
Room 43, at 7:30. Interns will L Pu S COMPASS l JERRY UELSMANN, InstructorIn nedy will be featured with the
(speak on Internship experiences.THE Photography at UF, has a printon band.
exhibition at the New York THE FIRST MEETING of the
MAIN LIBRARY has about .m .. ....:.. ._....''-:_ n_ m.n." n": .,... ,", .';I.,;.:": .;.,.'," ."......",_ World's Fair. His photographmay Summer Legislative Council will
145 framed reproductions remaining Committee activities include receptions ,l' Augustine. Sign up for the tripIn be seen in the "PhotographyAs be tonight a 7 In the Florida Union
In Its circulating print for fall orientation week, Room 315 of the Union. Art" section In the Kodak Auditorium. Important business
collection, available for rental for foreign students, Florida Union KENNETH KERSLAKE, Assistant Pavillion. concerning the Summer Budget and
I the trimester or either term. committee programs; Christmas Professor of Art at UF, has THREE SUMMER CHAIRMENwere the proposed Student Government
ADULT SWIMMING LESSONS party for children of married stu- i I been awarded a Tamarand Lithography named to the Florida Union Insurance program will be discussed -
I began yesterday In the university dents; a fashion show; and the I Workshop Grant., The grant Board of Student Activities at the .
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First summer concert

4 .
Handel, Schubert, Brahms and The Lyceum Council presents a
Prokofieff will be the composers varied schedule of programs for
featured when the Lyceum Counthe summer. In addition to Yes-
ell presents its first concert of the sin, the council will sponsor a
trimester. Gerson Yessln, noted performance by the Philadelphia
pianist, will perform at 8:15 p.m. Orchestra with the famed Eugene
71 Tuesday In the University Audi Ormandy conducting on May 20 as
torium. the highlight of the series. The
All seats are reserved for the Kaleidoscope Players bring "The
concert. Students presenting I, D. World of Carl Sandburg" to the
cards will receive tickets at the campus June 23. A concert featuring -
Hub information booth dally from Marilyn Dubow, violinist,
1:00 to 4:30:: p.m. others may will be given July 7. The final
purchase tickets there at $2 each. Lyceum presentation of the tri-
d \ mester Is set for July 14 when Joe
and Penny Aronson, popular for
i Students for High their program of folksongs and
satire, will be here.
Season tickets for $8, which will
1 The Students for High, backing
admit non-students to the five lyceum -
Robert King High for Governor
attractions during the trimester -
will meet tonight in Room 324
... Including the Philadelphia
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Orchestra are available. Thereto
All those interested are Invited
Another entry In the Miss Camp Wauburg Playday contest Is 2UC Irene Lasota. attend. are no other dlsqpunts.World's .
Deadline for entries Is Monday. Applications are available In Room 315 of the
Florida Union. The Union recreation committee is sponsoring the contest, which
last year netted the winner more than $200 in merchandise. Fair trips plannedFlorida

Union's Special ProDaggage transportation In and
oimL jects Committee is sponsoring out of the hotel.
trips this summer to the New York -- Bus transportation to and
World's Fair. The tours last from Waldo's Seaboard Railway
nine days and cost $95. The Depot.
price Includes: First tour Is June 17-26; the
-- Round-trip railway fare in a second, Aug. 10-19. For the June
reserved seat coach. trip, a $30 deposit Is due May
__ Seven days and nights In the 15 and the final payment June 1.
Great Northern Hotel, which Is The August tour requires a $30
centrally located. deposit by July 15 and the remainder -

__ One admission to a Broadway July 25.
__ Four admission tickets to the Further Information is available
World's Fair. in Room 315, Florida Union.

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dent was killed on the UF campus
early Saturday morning In a freak
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Drive between the Campus Police Dorm elects officersIn
Station and the J. Hillis Miller
Health Center. &affoftheweek

Joseph Hamilton Trimm, 1611S. order to coordinate dormi- Braun, 3FD, Sandy Braun, 3ED, a.
E. 23rd Place, with two com- tory activities for the third tri- Cindy Gealse, 2UC and Diane Davis
panions ran out of gas on Newell mester, members of Jennings Hall 2UC.
Drive and attempted to push the have elected 31 officers who as- Those governing Center and Gator Staffer of the Weekis rylY
car down the steep hill leadingto summed duties last week. West Jennings are: Chairman Ed Barber,a2UC planningto
the medical center. Trimm They include, for East: Presi- Nancy McCormick,2UC;Secretary major In English, but still tx At
was knocked to the ground by dent Diane Davis,2UC;Vice Presi- Jerri Knight, 1UC;Treasurer Don- not completely decided. He '
.... the car door when he and a com- dent Sandy Brown, 3ED; Secre- na Allcorn, 2UC; Display Chairman has been a staff member of ;
panion tried to get Into the driver's tary Sharron Lew, 4AS;Treasurer Jo Ellen Schatz,. 3PE; In- the Alligator only since the ,
seat at the same time. beginning of this trimester; V ,i
The car rolled over Trimm, since then his stories have
crushing his chest, as the men Jeanne Kalll, 4ED; Publicity tramurals Chairman Marian King, included a thorough and accurate j' 4
were attempting to push It off Chairman Cathy Braun, 3ED;Welcome 2UC, and Publicity Chairman Eunice explanation of the new '
the curb.' Trimm was pronounceddead Week Chairmen Kay Chris- Tall, 1UC. UF constitution. ; '
on arrival at the medical cen- tensen, 3ED, Maggie Fuler, 4ED, Floor Representatives are Ru- Barber, married with one
ter.The and Julie Korbelak, 3ED. thle Rubin, 2UC; Andy Sams, :2UC; child, has been a bank teller
two companions, James Members of Honor Council include Sharon Lawler,2UC;Zoole Wright, and served in the Coast
Drinkard, Selma Alabama,and Lee Maggie Fulmer, 4ED, Julie 2UC; Cheryl Hubbard, 2UC; Fran- Guard reserve. He was bornin
Coulter, 1421 S. E. 23rd Ave., Korbelak, 3ED, Jo Ann Selleck, cine Provda, 3HS; Anne Cart re 11, Miami in 1939, and says
Gainesville, are both students at 2UC, and Lynn Peters, 4AS, while 3JM; Donna Allcorn, 2UC; and he has always enjoyed writ- Ed Barber
Massey Technical Institute In floor representatives are Cathy Sandra Silver, 2UC. Ing. "Anytime I ever had
Jacksonville. a written report, I always 3'iire, he says, another three
tried to be more or less years of seminary. He plans
; creative with it," he says. to keep working for the Alligator -
n UF professor studies Updike's writingwho He was editor of a "now while he's here.

defunct" newspaper In Hla- He lives with his wife,

Dr. Robert Detweiler, assistant plans to publish his analysisIn American fictive literature.In leah. Judy, formerly fromSt.Pet-
professor of English, Is busy ana- the fall of next year. addition to his Ph. D. In Eng- Barber may go Into graduersburg, whom he says Is
lyzing the literary works of writer Dr. Detweiler is also currently lish, Dr. Detweiler holds a bache- work in English, or perhis "best critic,"' andJanet,
John Updike. working on another book titled haps enter a rel1glonconhis 3-year-old daughter, in
Dr. Detweiler recently under- "Religious Symbolism In American lor's degree In divinity, and is nected field, which would reFlavet housing.
took the study of Updike's writingsat Fiction," a study of the relationships sometimes guest minister at the
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