The Florida alligator
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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
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Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: May 22, 1964
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
weekly[ former 1912-]
weekly (semiweekly june-aug.)[ former <1915-1917>]
biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
semiweekly[ former <1962>]
weekly[ former <1963>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
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Page 2 The Florida Alligator FridayMay 22,1964 JAZZ CORNER

-REVIEW. Quincy Jones improves Mancini's musicWho

flawlessin / says you can't Improve upona ., / one but you and the band has gone
perfect thing? Not Quincy Jones, P\\, home. Chairs are piled on tables
jazz band arranger, because he's .... around you, and you sit alone
done itiQuincy! sipping a cool drink while Pete

gym concertBy has taken the music of :. Fountain and his band blow soft,
the great Henry Mancini ("Pink ;. sweet sounds just for you.

Philadelphia Orcestra seemed Panther," "Charade," "Moon .. ." "Pete Fountain's New Orleansat
unaffected and played with a flawlessness River," Peter Gunn," etc.) and Midnight" (Coral records 574.
Not since the Juilllard String and ease that other orchestras shown what genius can do when it 29)) is a record to be listened to
Quartet has Lyceum Council here, like the Minneapolis is inspired by other genius. The alone in a darkened room with a
brought such a stellar attractionas and Detroit have failed to display thrilling result is "Quincy Jones a bottle of good hooch close at hand.
Wednesday night's appearance the program was also better Explores the Music of Henry Man- You really get the impression that
of the Philadelphia Orchestra. than the University has been accustomed cini" (Mercury records 20863)) Pete Fountain (clarinet) Bobby
However, just as In the Juilllard to getting. Quincy's big band Is terrific; Gibbons (guitar), and Godfrey
appearance, the University's tech- However, the greatness of the a list of Its members reads likea Hirsch (vibes) are playing for you
nical facilities were committingtheir program brings up an old problem. "Down Beat" jazz poll: Claerk and you alone. The selections

usual share of "faux pas." Being an ardent fan of Lyceumand Terry, Roland Kirk, Urble Green, ,. ("Moonglow," "Brahm's Lullaby -
Bobby Scott, and Zoot Sims to name ..... t "Rockln' "
During the first work of the feeling it has been unduly Chair, etc.) are
program, Scarlatti--Tom masinl's shackled with more than the usual only a few.Whether. By CHARLIE BUSH played with the touch of greatness.
ballet suite from The Good Humored amount of red tape and poor com- you dig jazz or not you years ago but not released to the We're not kidding, buddy, this
Ladies, the lights were dimmed munications and facilities: I thinkIt should listen to this one. It is public until now. You cannot record has got what it takes. We
and flashed In all sorts of combina- a shame that Wednesday's pro- "good music" in any language. recognize the playing of either are going to buy it ourselves.
tions In an effort to light the area gram had to appear in an acoustic '* '* Hlrt or Fountain on this miser- What more can we say.
directly above the orchestra.Many atrocity like the gym. The sad "The Very Best of Al Hlrt and able excuse for a record. * *
minutes and several combinations state of affairs is compounded by Pete Fountain" (MGM records '* Tonight at eight on WUFT-TV's

later, the magic formula was found, the fact that the only alternativeis 4216) is quite possibly their very Picture yourself in a little caba- "Jazz Casual" you can see one
but not before conductor Ormandy that Gothic ghoul of a building, wore'. We get the Impressionthat ret on Bourbon Street, New Or of the all time greats of jazz:
stopped the music at the end of the University Auditorium with its this was recorded ten or twelve leans. It is very late, and every- Joe Sullivan.
the first part of the work being noisy array of steam pipes and
performed so as these could "dead spots."
be rectified. I have heard that a solution Is Fund goal set af $200,000 Ithis |
Despite these blunderinro, the "Just around the corner." The
new Lyceum Auditorium's ground-
rPa nther' visitsThe breaking is tentatively (just tenta- The 1964-65 Alumni Loyalty desire to see this fine Institution year to aid high school students
tively, and this is mostly rumor) Fund Campaign, to begin June 1, grow in stature year after year." entering the university. The
set for 1960. WOWIll! will have a goal of $200,000 -- Director of Alumni Services Bill Coordinated Local Alumni Scholarship
"Pink Panther" will visit Until then, we can still enjoy almost double the $106,000 total Fleming said that since 1958 over Program (CLASP) will
Club Rendezvous' dance tonight great music even If we can't always netted last year. 4,000 students received financial make avallabel $250 scholarshipsto
from 8 to 12 p.m. In the Florida hear all the wonderous sub- The money will be used for assistance necessary to their edu- local alumni clubs to award to

Union basement. Emcee will be titles of the score. At least, we student aid, library acquisitionsand cations through this program. deserving students In their areas.
Stu Bowers of WDVH radio. Admission can have the satisfaction of knowingwe other university needs for The federal government matches

is free, but faculty, staff were there. .weren't we? which no state funds are avail- every alumni dollar raised with U. S. Army Gen. James A, Van
and student Identification cards nine dollars of federal money for Fleet, ret., honorary chairman of
will be able.Byron
checked. E. Herlong of Leesburg, the National Defense Loan Fund. the campaign, anticipated that

Short course set in need statewide chairman for the cam- This year the Alumni Loyalty Fund "with financial and moral support
Players paign, said he Anticipates over has anticipated $45,000 to set aside from all University alumni and
There will be a short course 10,000 alumni to join In reachingthe for this purpose, making a total friends, the Loyalty Fund will see
for housewives entitled "Magic goal. He said it is necessaryto of $450,000 in loan money avail- to it that vital programs--possible
Florida Players need Victor Ian-
Mix" Monday at 7 p.m. In the have an increasing number of able to UF students. only with private assistance ..
Perry House. Mrs. J. H. Mc- type furniture for their upcoming contributors "to accomplish our A new program Is being initiated come to pass."
play, "Summer and Smoke," set
Swine, county home economics
for June 5. The furniture Is neededas
specialist, will teach wives how to
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LETTERS: FridayMay 22,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3


I Feaster accepts gracefullyEDITOR STOCK REMOVAL SALE !

: of us less fortunates "memorizeand
lose sleep" in order to pass .7 DAYS, IN
I was delighted to read Mr. chemistry, statistics, and foreign
Winston's apology on behalf of the languages.The .
University of Florida and the boardof fact that Ihavebeenexposedto
directors (wherever they may both systems is exactly the rea-
be) In defense of the trimester. son I feel obligated to relate my
Gratefully and graciously I accept reaction to them. During my fresh- MAYTHE
the apology on behalf of myself man and sophomore years, under
and my fellow sufferers. Accept the semester system, maintained
it Is all I may do, as apolo- about a 2.8 and visions of graduate
) gies do not average very veil with school danced in my head. Dur- PLOT TO REMOVE ALL CLOTHING FROM RING'S MEN'S SHOP I
honor points, nor do apologies get ing this period I was active in WE ARE MOVING MAY 30
one In graduate school, nor will both a social and a honorary fra-
ternity as well as several clubs. :
apologies help the poor devils who
are no longer with us because of I also served as undersecretaryof
academic reasons (may God rest finance in Student Governmentand i'iiLs
their souls). worked part-tin.. three of the

I agree with Mr. Winston that four semesters. After two years
the ultimate education is a con- under the trimester system,I have
tinuing process from "birth and compiled a brilliant 2.3, been on
death," but I do not see this as probation once, quit my Job, and
an excuse for a poor educational dropped all organization member- >
system. Although I do not place ship, with hopes of graduate school
the entire burden of my Intellectual dashed on the rocks (sounds terri-
pursuits on the University as ble, doesn't It?). These are the r
was implied, I still maintain a reasons I so "vehemently describ-
university offers the best opportunity ed" the trimester system Mr.
for one to learn to think and Winston.
build a foundation upon which later
knowledge and experience can be s
more rationally and Intelligently $
intergrated. Perhaps mine is a lone voicein
the darkness, I think not. Per- /"- 1 ,
haps the trimester is not the cause
I do not see the University as of all my ills, but I like to give
an "opportunity to memorize and credit where credit is due. I p\
lose sleep," but I maintain that agree that enough has been said
this is being done by some if not and too little being done. These
most in order to remain at the are the reasons I feel that stu- 1/3ao "' .-
University. Mr. Winston statedhe dent Government should get off its -
and I both have experienced two laurels and present some evidenceas
years under each of the systems. to how the trimester is affecting -
Perhaps the reason he didn't lose the students. PerhapsI'm
any sleep was the "rugged" upper bitter.
division curriculum in Edu- Bitter, but not beaten;thanks for
cation he pursued under the tri- the apology. My only regret Is thatI SLACKS
mester system. '(Perhaps not, I didn't major In Education. Walk Shorts Shirts I
wouldn't want to make judgment).
Sleep well Mr. Winston while some Gerald Feaster

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4 The Florida Alligator FridayMay 22, 1964

I Rabbi Lefkowitz to speak MondayReligion { r r fr bil ;: A


In the public schools He did graduate study In the Committee on Adult Jewish Edu-
will be the topic of Rabbi SidneyM. University of Cincinnati, Univer- cation, member of the Commis-
Lefkowitz's major address dur- sity of Richmond, Union Theological sion on Jewish Education, the Liturgy -
ing a visit here sponsored by the Seminary. He received aDoc- Committee and the Chap-
Jewish Chautauqua Society:mid The tor of Theology degree from Bur- lain's CommWee.
University Religious Association.The ton College and Seminary in 1954,
speech will be at 8 p.m. and a Doctor of Divinity degree He is a member of the Boardof
Monday in Law School Auditorium, from Hebrew Union College in Library Trustees of Jackson-
with a reception to follow in the 1958. ville Free Public Library, Exe- t
Wesley Foundation, across Uni- cutive Boards of the Jacksonville
versity Avenue from the Law Community Chest-United Fund,
School. Rabbi Lefkowitz was Rabbi of Jacksonville Jewish Community
Rabbi Lefkowitz was born in 1908 Beth Ahabah congregation from Council, Board of Alumni Over-
in New York City. lie receivedan 1933-1943 in Richmond, Va.; chap- seers of the Hebrew Union Col-
A. B. from the University of lain in the U. S. Army from 1942- lege, National Advisory Committee -
Cincinnati in the same year, and 1945, attaining the rank of major of the American Jewish Com-
became a Rabbi In 1933. and receiving the Bronze Star and mittee. Cuban students Emilio De Cardenas, left,

the Europena Theater Ribbon with and Javier Lescano right
Antonio ,
six battle clusters.He Rabbi Lefkowitz is a Board Gayos
Hillel picnic was Associate Rabbi for the Member of the University Councilof members of the Cuban Revolutionary Com-

Ahavath Chesed congregation from Jacksonville University, the mittee decorated a bust of revolutionaryleader
1946 to 1956 and elected to life Jewish Welfare Society,.the United ,
Hlllel Foundation will have a
picnic open to all students at Blue tenure in 1958. Service Organizations, the Volun- Marti in the main library May 20,
teers of America, the Legal Aid the of Cuban independence.
Springs Sunday, May 31 from 12 anniversary
to 6 p.m. Reservations may be HP has been lecturer in religion Association of Duval County, the
National Foundation of Duval Coun-
at Jacksonville University since
made at the Hillel office no later
ty and the Club of Jack-
than Tuesday at 5 p.m. Cost is 1957.Rabbi
$1 per person. Lefkowitz Is past presi- sonville.
dent of Southeastern Associationof
the Central Conference of He is a member of Rotary Club,
FSEA to meet American Rabbis, chairman of the Torch Club, B'nal Brlth, Military
Standing Committee of Resolutionsof Order of the World Wars, Ameri-
Students Interested in joiningthe the conference, member of the can Jewish Historical Society, Society c

Florida Student Education Association Executive Committee of the Na- of Biblical Literature, x and
should attend the June tional Committee on Jewish Edu- Exegesis, Society of Political and
2 meeting at 7:30 p.m. in Norman cation, Treasurer of the Central Social Science.
Hall. Dr. Bryan Smith, visiting Conference of American Rabbis, Rabbi Lefkowitz Is Auxiliary
professor from the University of member of the Executive Board of Chaplain of the U. S. Naval Air
New South Wales in Australia will the conference, former Secretaryof Station in Jacksonville, Cecil Field
be guest speaker. the conference, Chairman of the and Mayport.

the world before me,

1. I've come across a fascinating 2. There are more femali-s than
fact about the population. males in the U.S.A.

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FridayMay 22, 1964 The Florida Alligator Page 5
Gator nine sinks Dolphins
II "I"I'U'II"i.Ifs'!!

?Mural ;;; III ''I'ISoftball

By MARTIN EDWARDS pitching performances from the Seven Gators crossed the platein
Sports Editor heralded staff in all but five of a wild sixth Inning which saw -
the twenty-eight games played thus eleven Florida batsmen come to play In the intramural was Pete Willingham and the loser
The Gator baseball nine were far this season. The Gator record the plate. tournament maintained its high Horatio Villa. Louis Stinson led
wearing their hitting shoes wed- currently stands at 19 wins and Key blows during the Inning werea pace in late action. the winners with ferocious hits
nesday afternoon at Perry Fieldas defeats. double by Ron Creese and singlesby Last week's action saw: going for four bases;he was helpedby
they pounded out thirteen safeties Sophomore right-nander Dan and MONDAY
Duncan, Bill Blomgren, : Dick Kirk.
en route to downing the Jacksonville Griffin was the latest mounds man Randy Morcroft. Phi Delta Theta forfeit to the The Latin American Club down-
U. Dolphins 13-!. to go the distance with a masterful Latin American Club; Phi Kappa ed the F. V. Rockets 96. Elias
The hot Gators have now won four hit, one-run performance Tau defeat Roots Rowdies in a Luque was the winning pitcher and
seven of their last nine games,and against the Dolphs. He walked only A final run was produced in the close one 0-6, led by the pitchingof Louis Godey the loser.
have received complete game four and struck out nine on the seventh Inning as Morcroft singled, Gene Sego and the hitting of The Summer Sigs behind the
advanced to third base on afielder's
way to picking up his third victoryof Dick Herrlck and Wilson Hurd. strong right arm of Charlie Reid
choice play and a sacrifice -
the season against no defeats. The Peeping (Hogs downed Delta (brave of heart and stout of mind?)
and scored when Grlf-,
when are The Gators wrapped up the game Upsilon 11-3. The winners were tripped up the Animals 10-3, Giving -
fin singled to center field.
within the first five pitches of the led by the pitching of Bob Setzer Charlie help (and he needsIt
65% and 35% first Inning. and the hitting of Selwyn Chalker, ), at the plate were Duck Menen-
Thus the Gators are currentlyin Robert Blue and John Devault.The dez and Tom Payne.
good marks? a hot streak and will head to Tom Goldsmith.The The defeated
Lead-oft man Don Pendley drewa losing pitcher Peeping Hogs Sig-
base-on-balls and slugger Jim Tallahassee this weekend hopingto Summer Sigs eked out a ma Phi Epsilon 6-4. Bob Setzer
remain "up" for the big two The Nine Old Men, the and Pete
Duncan blasted the ii \i pitch over victory over was winning pitcher
the left field fence for two runs.It game series with tough FloridaSPORTS 2-1. led by the strong hurling of Rowe the loser.
was all the support the youth- Ken Krassy behind a five-hit attack The Flavet HI Flyers downed
ful Griffin needed as he mowed the Nine Old Men In a squeaker
down the Dolphins inning after Sigma Phi Epsilon defeated the 5-4. Charlie Dertness was the
inning, until he tired in the ninth, Maxwell Demons 18-3 with a 20- winning hurler and William Harrison -
walking one and giving up two hit attack George Sims was the the loser.
singles to allow a run to score. winning pitcher. The Dusting Duds defeated the
1i' The Gators, however, did not let The Physics Department upended Maxwell Deamons 6-1 behind the
; up after their first Inning splurge. the Animals 19-0 with an 18- pitching of Ed Hlghtower, Phillip
:! Pendley doubled and scored on a hit barrage. Winning pitcher was Johanson was the loser
; / f single by Tom Shannon in the State. Lynn Doverspike backed by the Two forfeits were recorded:Beta -
lt third inning to up the lead to 3-0. Coach Fuller has nominated jun- big bats of Dave Carley" and Bill Theta PI over Hoots Rowdiesand
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A The Florida Alligator Friday, May 22, 10A4

I I Sun fun games--it's Playday I IY

"Sun, fun, and games,"will key- According to Seitz, a bus ser.
note the annual Camp Wauburg vice to the recreation park win
Playday Saturday and the fun will not be sponsored this year due to
Include everything from picnicking Mast year's lack of student inter.
est in the Playday."
He said
to canoe jousting. the
Activities wUl be scheduled from bus which ran throughout the after
Y 1-6 p.m., according to Greg Seitz, noon between the campus and lake
9r 1Ys 3JM, chairman of the Recreation often had as few as seven or eight
Committee of the Florida Union students and was cancelled this
Board for Student Activities, sponsor year for that reason.
of the playday. First event of the afternoon win
Highlight of the affair will be a be a performance by Ken Tibado,
beauty contest beginning at 3 p.m. world champion kite flyer His
The 13 contestants will be judged hour and a half performance will
on the basis of general beauty, begin at 1 p.m.
including hair, face, and propor- The Limbo Contest will beginat
tion, 20 points; smile and manner, 1:30 p.m. followed by the Chug.
five points; and modeling ability. a-lug contest at 2 p.m. Soft drinks
including a smooth entry and exit, will be furnished for this event.
five points. Volleyball and horseshoe finals
The beauty contestants are: will begin at 4 p.m. and the canoe
-- Mary Carolyn Brown, 2UC,from j jousting contest at 4:30.
Orlando, sponsored by West Jennings Tibado will give a performanceof
barefoot water skiing and triple
mid'r r Y> s 4, -- Cheryl Karen Burke, IUC,from kite flying from 4-6 to wind up
Tampa, sponsored by Phi Kappa events of the day.

_._m. -- Alden Ann Curtis, 3AR, from picnic tables and outdoor fire
Ken Tibado his wife and another member here
Imogene, crew Auburn, Ala., sponsored by Alpha places.
demonstrate the prowess that has made them world-famous in Chi Omega.

water skiing. The crew will be skiing and flying from I to 2:45 -- Ann Goedert, 2UC, from Jacksonville -
West Jen-
sponsored by
p.m. and from 4 to 6 p.m. nings.

-- Suzanne Hilliker, 2UC, from It
Fort Myers, sponsored by West

Water ski at WauburgKen Jennings.
ace -- Jerri Knight, 2UC,from Miami,
sponsored by Center Jennings.

Tibado, world-famous sky- and kite flying and has given Instructions Tibado and his wife were the -- Jeanne Lee, 5EG, Satellite
skier and the country's only manu- In the majority of the U. S. representatives to the World Beach, Fla., sponsored by phi
facturer of ski kites, will be the 50 states and several foreign coun- Kite Tournament In Vichy, France Gamma Delta Pledge Class.
feature attraction at Wauburg to- tries. this past summer. -- Ann Parrish, 2UC, from Lake
morrow. He has been featured on numer- Tibado has been giving kite and City, sponsored by Florida Student t
Tibado, who has invented more ous television shows, Including Ed ski lessons and manufacturing water Education Association.
water ski and ski-kite tricks than Sullivan's Garry Moore's, Arthur ski kites on a mass productionbasis -- Salla Ann Raffa, 2UC, from
any other person,will perform with Godfrey's, You Asked For It, and at Lake Wales for nearly 10 Palm Beach, sponsored by Phi
his wife Imogene, son Keith (who Wide, Wide World. He has been years. His kites sell for between Gamma Delta.
became the world's youngest flyerat featured skier and flyer at Cypress $250 and $310 and are constructedof -- Pat Rebol, 2UC, from Washington -
age 8)), and other members of Gardens, The Tommy Bart- aluminum and nylon. They are D. C., sponsored by Center
his crew between 1 and 2:45 p.m. lett Thrill Shows for many years, shipped throughout the world. Jennings.
and 4 to 6 p.m. and has been spotlighted in many Among the kite tricks he will -- Carole Ralston, 2UC, from I ... '" '\
Tibado has done exhibition skiing national magazines. perform tomorrow are the "toehold Clearwater, sponsored by Delta ,lIP 't', ,.JJ\",',,,",, .

.: layback," in which he grabsa Gamma. : 'i .
: 'w -- Liz Rothrock 2UC from ; $ ; !
Miami .
runner mothpiece, releases bothhands h'lt. :
sponsored Center (' \;' VN '
and braces himself with his Jennings. ? t" ,
feet while flying upside down. Late -- Betty Wendt, lUC, from Miami, t :g t} .\'
In the day an attempt will be madeto sponsored by Murphree Area \ '
fly three kites at once,especially Council. : t ::
difficult on a lake as small as Judges will include Sandra __' k n._."J1__" ___ V1tfr.t!
Wauburg. Scales, Florida Union Board president -
Greg Seitz, 3JM, chairman of ; Russ Brown, '63 Gator Foot- The Limbo Contest is a
the Florida Union recreation com ball Team Captain; Ron LaFace,
mittee and also chairman of Camp Florida Blue Key President; Har- crowd-drawer each year.
Wauburg Playday, learned kite flyIng vey Sharron, Florida Blue Key Other activities during
from Tibado five years member and previous judge of Miss
ago, the day include canoe
later tied for fifth place In the Camp Wauburg- Contest, and Ken
first World Water Ski Kite con Tibado, Water Ski Champion and jousting and horseshoes.Page .
test In 1960. Don Addis, noted cartoonist.Academic .
He will fly again with Tibado
tomorrow. He flew once four
weeks ago for the first time in
: : MS two years. In his spare momentshe

.5 will also be a judge In the In Europe
bathing beauty contest.In ASHAWAY VANTAGE
barefoot skiing, another of For American college For Tournament Play
Tlbado's specialities, the boat Appros. Stringing Cost
must be moving around 35 m.p.h. students; Sept-June; Tsnni$ ........... Sg
"The first time you ever fly a $1650 (total) Distinguished -

water ski kite to any great height, faculty,
or successfully barefoot, it's the
greatest thrill In sports," Seltz transf-credits.
When he started flying, Tibado Neckar
had to learn to make his own kites. Valley Castle rr r
In the process he was forced to near Heidelberg.Also .
learn wind velocity,how much wind for beginners in
There'll be something for to maintain in the sail,how to steer German AsilIWAr Pao-FECTED
Are You I Interested from right to left, and takeoffand For Club Play
everyone -- includingthe I I I Appros. Stringing Cost
landing FRENCH
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i; A little backgroundUF's

answer to the "ole swimming hole" Isn't In
the back yard, but nine miles south of Gainesville in
a shady tree-lined area.
cL Camp Wauburg, Lake Wauburg, or simply Wauburg,
as it Is often called, is the offlcal playground for UF

,ee ee + -students Florida Union.faculty and staff and is operated by the

It hIi The site of many natural collegiate activities,
, Including studying, sleeping, and scrutinizing the
opposite sex, Wauburg has an appeal that brings a pile
: M of dusty books in the library stacks. From opening
!1 r
A day in mid-February to closing in mid-December,
), the recreation park Is often seen filled with groups
s of students and families
An artificial beach was created in North Central
Florida in I960 when 50 truckloads of white sand were
dumped around Lake Wauburg The swimming areas
are divided into places for swimmers and non-
,) swimmers and are supervised by two lifeguards.
" For the water-sport minded,there are three canoes,
(1963 Miss Camp Wauberg, Russell Manes, center, and the two ten boats, a 144-foot dock with diving area and four
navy rafts.
I runners-up, Janet Thurlow, right, and Linda Lovell left, are Operated by the University since 1939, the parkIs
: shown here after the contest results were announced. also equipped with concession stands, a bathhouse,
a number of outdoor fireplaces, volleyballs, bad-
) minton sets and horseshoes. There is no chargefor
use of this equipment.The .
Saldd P4a
concession stand which serves sandwiches, ice
Here's what she'll// cream, candy, soft drinks, and cigarettes is open on
Fresh Crisp Salad Bowl Saturdays and Sundays. On week days, Vending
with our own seasoning machines are available for soft drinks.
Mixed Greens with Miss Camp Wauburg, to be a $15 gift certificate from Penny's, Faculty and employes of the University must pur-
a crowned tomorrow afternoon, will an engraved sterling sweater guard chase membership cards for use of the Wauburg
choice of FrenchRoquefort receive gifts and awards worth from Lewis Jewelry, a silver facilities. These cards cost two dollars and 748 were
or Caesar Riviera $150. For the first and second charm from Robertson's Jewelry, sold during the 1962-63 season.
runners up will also come a bevyof a KamehamehaswimsultfromWil- Water skiing is permitted on the lake on Tuesdays
Bean Salad Annalouis prizes. son's, a book from Mike's book from 1-6 p.m. and Saturdays from 9-2. Students
Antipasto Salad Miss Camp Wauburg will receivea store, two stereo records from the must use their own boats and equipment.

Carmanella'sSomething trophy, a steak dinner for two Variety Store, and a six weeks pass ___ ..,_'"'..."..... ____ ......_,-.,......... "_.'.. __ _.
at the General Gaines Steakroom, for the Queen and excort from the \ '."
;;m" "
Crafts Shop State Theatre. ; :
The first runner-up will receivea ;
GPcdlW t @ trophy, a steak dinner for two !:!., j
offers ,.
classesThe at Larry's Wonderhouse Restau- 11
rant a $10 gift certificate, a silver -
Florida Union craft Shopis charm from Robertson's
differentin offering the first of several Jewelry, a gUt from Silverman's, '
dining experience special instructional classes Wed a blouse from Rountree and a '. t.
nesday. This first lesson will be Revelon lipstick collection and nail .
'" .j r
in aluminum etching with one class enamel from Lord Dyron's.
from 230 to 4:30 p.m. and another The second runner-up will receive
that evening from 7:30 to a trophy, a steak dinner from
9:30 p.m. the University Inn Steak Room, a
All necessary supplies for the $5 gift certificate from Silver-
lesson can be purchased at various man's, a blouse from the Persona-
prices in the shop. These lessonsare lity Shop and Max Factor Perfume -
available to all students, fac- from the College Inn.
ulty and staff.Regular Master of Ceremonies Stu Dowers -
706 West University
hours of the Craft Shop of WDVII radio station will
Colonial Plaza are 2 to 5 p.m. Monday through receive a dinner from the Uni-
Friday and 7 to 10 p.m. Sunday versity Inn Steak Room.
through Thuisday.
-- Ken Tibado and his group will
receive six dinners from Jerry's
Drive-Inn. Prizes for winnersof
the contest have been donatedby
The Florida Theatre, Wise's

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Law Professor selling spacious

I RentAIRCONDITIONED I 3 bedroom home, Study,1-1/2 bath, For SaleFOR I
attic. fan, built In drawers, vanity
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TODAY and SATURDAY I IE attractive, many extras,negotiate equity. FR- SALE -- 1961 Alstate scooter,
clean, quiet room in new home. 62775. 1062 N. E. .14th Ave. ((1- fully equipped. Also 1961 D.K.W.
Kitchen privileges. 1803 N. %V.7th 134-tf-c). 750 automobile, 35-40 m.p.g. bothin
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/ dt 4BR, 2 baths, large living room, Archer Rd. (A-141-3t-p).
Furnished 2 BR apartment. Walk- Florida room and screened porch.
House trailer 1962, two bedroom,
Ing distance to University. $85 Electric kitchen, central heat and
for 2 persons, $100 for 3 persons. air conditioning, many extras. nicely refurnished. See 5:30 -
t r' r r Call 372-7658 to see. (B-141-3t-c). Reasonable down payment. $123 6:30, 3620 S. W. Archer Road
features: Village, Lot 26. Must sell. (A-
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conditioned apartment. Phone 372- RUBY has moved to Gaines- tons, makes buttonholes. No attachments -
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FridayMay 22,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 9 .
/ / 'on schedule'Nobody Begin plans

wishes to enter a hos- The hospital will have
space for for Mother' I A Word From The WISE
ital. Few do so willingly. Yet research facilities. :

j>ven before its completion, the Architects are Eggers and Higgins "A reliable pharmacist 1 is
Jew Veterans Administration Hospital of New York and J. Brooks The Women Student Association good for what alls "
(west of the Med. Center) Haas of Jacksonville. The con- (WSA) is making plans for a you.
has a waiting list of 200. tract has been let to Volve Con- Mother's Weekend" on campusand
Construction has proceeded at a struction Co. Mr. Volve is an a WSA Day, both to take place O
steady pace Si'nee February with ex-governor of that state. next year.
IpfTJected date of operation being Carolyn Smith, WSA vice presided O 00 l rc
1966. "Our crew is right is Idl, MN}
March, presently looking into the 0
Ion schedule," declared project Two coeds winscholarships possibility of WSA acting as the O t
(engineer Kelly. "When finished, "Mother's Weekend" coordinatingbody O t1
Jit will have 15 miles of steel pipe between the sororities and ?
[filled with concrete for under- the women in the residence halls. 1 ;It
ground support." "But," she said, "nothing definite 1
Costing $9,961,000 of Federal Two UF coeds received scholarship will get underway until Fall,
I Aid to construct, the 480-bed, 6- awards from the University when we'll poll the women studentsand 1 1
I floor hospital will be completely Women's Club at their annual the sororities as to their { 1'',1 t+11; ;
air-conditioned and ful y land- luncheon meeting Monday. interest in the project and any
|scaped.A ideas they may have concerningit. da.d .
full-time staff of 850 is needed Gayle M. Bauer, Spanish major, ." d
I for its potential operation to be received the KJith Bristol Tigert "The purpose of the weekend," OWISE'S
I satisfactory.What award and Anne Chipley,biology Miss Smith said, "is to give the
effect will it have on the major, received the Nell Critzer mothers a chance to see the Uni-
j university community? Will it Miller award. versity, to give them a pictureof ""'
supersede the Med-Center in any- campus life and activities, and
way? "We intend to cooperate The awards, based on character, to enable them to meet friends,
fully with the Med-Center in care scholarship and leadership are faculty, and administration officials YOUR FRIENDLY
of patients, although we have nc made annually by the faculty wives through banquets, teas and
direct affiliation with the university group in honor of Mrs. John J. entertainment in the dormitories'
," explained Senior Resident Tigert and Mrs. J. Hillis Miller PHARMACY PHARMACY
Tentative plans for a WSA Day,
Engineer Joseph T. Button. This They are the wives of President
Intended to honor and recognize the
accounts for the choice of location Emeritus Tigert and the late
--directly across the street President J. Hillis Miller,respectively achievements students of outstanding women 708 S.w. 4th Avenue Phone 376-8286
on campus, are now
I .
from the Med.-Center.
under consideration.

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Male roommate wanted to share
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Autos I


1957 Volkswagen Sunroof. Good A

condition Reasonable. Call after .
5 p.m. weekdays, Saturday until .
5 p.m., all day Sunday. 376-3842. j

1963 Chevy Super Sport Impala,
New tires, p/s, Run, $2,200 or i a
best offer. May be seen at 930N. I
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1950 Pontiac, excellent mechanical
condition. Must sell. Make offer. 3 a : Vit
See at 5 S. W. 12th St. after 12

P.m. (G-141-lt-c). '
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1961 Ducati, 98 cc, 125 mpg; at ,a. d' i. A s
Pi Kappa Phi House or call Bob ::4 M+
after 6:00. FR 2-6078. (G-141- ,, "
2t-c). -c__ '

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good tires, $250. Call FR 6-9775
after 5:30. (G-140-2t-c). TEN OTHER REASONS WHY

1955 Buick Special, V 8, radio
& heater, red and black. A stealat IS THE BEST QUALIFIED CANDIDATETO
$325. Contact D. Berrier at

MUST SELL: '63 MG Midget, '1. Native of Alachua County 6. First Mayor Commissioner High Springs

Ice blue, WW, tonneau, R & H, 2. Owns and operates Thompson's Hardware, 7. Member High Springs Chamber of Com.
condition Call 372-2786.
(G-140-2t-c). High Springs merce; Elks Lodge 990

3. Deacon, High Springs Church of Christ 8. Served as Scout Master Troop 69, Explor- "

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one owner -- $999 or best
offer. FR 2-5953 evenings. (G- Legion Post 97 9. President Alachua Co. Riding Horse Ass'n

140-3t-c). 5. Serving third term City Commissioner of 10. Interested in schools'and better roads for .

Student must sell '56 C'.\!vy or High Springs Alachua County

Wagon is in excellent condition.
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.. 10 The Florida Alligator FridayMay 22,1964 .

I UF supporters push High, Burns


By VERNON SWARTSELStaff Both camps are letting stu- .cge.! In World War II he was a
Writer dents "run the show" on campus naval officer. He has been a
with their appeals to student Y steward in the Methodist Church
Jacksonville Mayor II ay don voters. There have been meetings for 29 years and is father of two
Burns and Miami Mayor Robert of the supporters of both men. children and grandfather of one.
King High arlil t dtJI nit to win txr Jones said students for High are
tin May 26 run-off which will using a "door-to-door,person-to-
nominate the Democratic guberna- person" approach. Carlisle said Lectures, bookreviews
torial candidate, and supporters of Burns literature has been mailedto
both in Alachua County are anx- 9 most of the students and fac-
ious for students to "know their ulty members eligible to vote. setThe
man." The two precincts with greatest
High's wife, Faith, campaignedin concentration of student voters r
Gainesville Tuesday, visiting are the 25th (at Buchholz School) Forums Committee of the
the downtown area and shopping and the 31st (at Florida Union). Florida Union Board Is sponsoring -
centers. Earlier In the week Dick ROBERT KING HIGH In the May 5 primary, Mathewsled HAYDON BURNS several lectures and book reviews -
Jones, Gainesville attorney and in both precincts. At Buch- this summer by members of
High's publicity chairman here, He said a meeting was held at holz, High was second and Burns Interior Martin Schwartz, and for- the university faculty.On .
said he thought his candidate would Burns' he adapters here with Ted third. At the Union, High ran mer Traffic Court Chief Justice May 26, Jack Funkhouser of
probably not be able to come'to David, former State Senator and second, and Burns tied with Fred Bill McCormick. the humanities department will
Alachua County. Recent develop- candidate for governor In 1960, 0.iDlckinson to trail the group of Mac Melvin, former presidentof speak on "Fine Arts In the First
ments, however, have pointed to and with several students and Democratic candidates. However, the Union Activities Board, Is Four Years."
a possible brief stop by the Miami members of the faculty to discuss statewide Burns led High by more student chairman for Burns. Bill June 2, Dr. Thomas Preston of
Mayor today. problems concerning the current than 100,000 votes. Burns also DeGrove, former secretary of the the English department will pre-
Wayne Carlisle, an attorney who calendar plan. He said Burns hasa was the first choice of Alachua interior, and Hugh McArthur, past sent book review of Fanny Hill."
is county chairman for Burns,said personal concern In the matter County May 5. High trailed Math- vice-president of the student body, Dr. David Chalmers, political
that his candidate will not come to because his son is entering UF in ews and State Sen. Scott Kelly for also are supporting Burns. science professor, will give an
Gainesville before the run-oft. September.Eric fourth place. Alachua County headquarters for analysis of the "Klu Klux Klan
Burns' headquarters here explained Olsen, county chairman for Faculty members contacted Burns is located at 301 S. MainSt. Centennial J964," July 9.
that he is concentrating areas High, urged students to "comparethe hesitated to reveal for publicationtheir High headquarters Is at 18 July 22, Dr. Butler Waugh will
of larger population, making his school systems in Duval Countyand choice between the two gubernatorial S. W. 2nd Ave. give abookreviewof"TheGroup,"
way down state on a boat on the Dade." He said schools In candidates. They cited High has been mayor of Miami by Mary McCarthy.All .
Intercoastal waterway. Dade are among Florida's best the Florida law known here as the since 1957. He was graduated from of the functions will be presented -
Asked what appeal Burns would while Duval County schools have "Little Hatch Act," which prohi- the University of Miami after ser- in Florida Union Auditoriumat
make to UF students eligible to been threatened with loss of ac- bits state employes from provid- ving in World War II, and has a ?:15 p.m., free of charge.As .
vote, Carlisle stressed his candi creditation. High pledges to "Im- ing active leadership In partisan law degree from Stetson Univer- part of the University Lecture
date's stand on the trimester sys- prove education in Florida at every campaigns. sity. He Is a Baptist Church dea- Series, Professor T.H.Brammeld
tem. Burns is urging "a new level," he said. High supporterssaid Hugh Wilson, Phi Delta Theta con and has five children. will lecture on "Education and An-
study to abandon the trimester students who voted for State president, Is student chairman for For 15 years, Haydon Burns has thropotherapy" in Norman Audi-
plan in favor of a more workable Sen. John Mathews or Rep. Fred High. Other High supporters on been Jacksonville's mayor. He torium at 8:15 p.m. on June 5, to- '
program to start in 1965," Car- Karl "have no natural home except campus Include Student Body Trea- was educated in Duval County lecture about "The Atomic Age and
lisle said. in Bob High." urer Fred Lane, Secretary of the schools and attended Babson Col- Civilian Defense."

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''f I A Volkswagen has so much legroom in front (And just as an aside, there's even more A Volkswagen goes where other cars won't

because the e cine Is in back, out of the way. headroom in a VW than in a limousine.) go, even without snow tires.
i How much is.-o; much? Frankly, the VW's engine wasn't put in back So you forge ahead, with your engine behind -

l Believe it or not, a little VW has as much just to get more legroom in front. you and your legs stretched out in front.
legroom as most of the biggest cars around. The original idea was to put the weight of If you have very long legs and like to drive

As much legroom, in fact, as a limousine. the engine over the back wheels to get much in the snow wearing a top hat, you might give

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FridayMay 22,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 11

MAY 26,1964NO WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1964 rounding this Holy Land of the -.

EVENING EVENING 9:30 -- AT ISSUE, Background
6:15 -- ALMANAC, Information on current news
Al Moffett reports Information for A news cast for homeowners pre- events.. Night yAh
homeowners edited by the Agricultural pared by the Agricultural Experi-, -
Experiment Station. ment Station and Extension THURSDAY -
Ser- MAY 28, 1964 JI J
6:30 -- HOLIDAY, Travel, vice. NO A.M. BROADCAST
sports and outdoor living. 6:30 -- THE BIG PICTURE, EVENING Must Fall '
DISCOVERY AT BROOK- Highlights of the ---
7:00 activities of the 6:15 -- SUNSHINE ALMANACA
FIELD ZOO, "The Playboys of U. S. Army. newscast for homeowners pre-
the Zoo" Mary Lela Grimes takes 7:00 -- JUST IMAGINE, "New pared by the Agricultural Experi-
you to see how the animals put Shoes" Miss Margaret Introduces'a ment Station.
on a show for the entertainmentof game about shoes in which dif- 6:30 -- QUEST FOR AD- By DON FEDERMAN
their visitors. ferent kinds of shoes are matched VENTURE Travel, sports, and .
7:30 -- WHAT'S NEW, On RIv- with the types of people who wore adventurejll ms. __ The whole Is equal to the sum of Its parts. In
erboat Captain Dan talks about the them. "Night Must Fall," there Is but one part--ALBERT
steamboat to navigate the 7:15 -- FRIENDLY FINNEY.
first GIANT, 7:00 -- DISCOVERY, "Plants
Mississippi; AU About Animals Friendly reads "Where's the Bun- and Animal Partnerships" The After seeing Finney, It's difficult to put up with
presents "Beauty and the Beast"by ny" while Rusty and Meow Too program shows how two plants or actors of lesser stature. Without him, this movie
comparing the ugly Galapagos play a wild game of tag. a plant and animal can contributeto would have been as Interesting ,and Involved as a
turtle to the beautiful cockatoo;and 7:30 -- WHAT'S NEW, Captain each other's welfare. newspaper's description of the events of this'tUm..
You and Your Camera go to the Dan talks about rivermen;the Zoo- 7:30 -- WHAT'S NEW, On With him, however, It is an amazing study of a .
beach to learn to take pictures in keeper says that some of the things Riverboat Captain Dan tells how psychopathic killer and an actor's art..he's that "''1
the sun. you've heard about animals aren't the river has changed because of great.
8:00 --ANTIQUES, "Glass" Mr. necessarily true; and on You and the steamboats; All About Ani- When you see this movie: note the brilliance and
Michaels discusses the differences Your Camera Lee talks about back- mals shows how animals are cap- ease with which Flnney changes a scene's mood,
between blown and press glass and grounds for pictures. tured, trained, or tamed; You and transforms his personality. And then there is his
gives a thumbnail history of glass 8:00 -- MARKETING ON THE Your Camera shows us how to reckless charm, that same charm which made his
making abroad and In the U. S. MOVE, "Is Marketing a Scienceor plan pictures. Tom Jones such a memorable portrayal.Is .
and then shows examples from an Art?" Guests: Curll C. It any wonder director Reisz chose to subordinatethe
whole movie to Finney? This is not to that
many different styles and periodsof Herrmann, Vice President ArthurD. 8:00 -- ALUMNI SPECIAL, Dr.J. say
glass. Little, Inc.; Edward N. Mayer, Wayne Reltz, President Univ. he doesn't have his moments either, as In'the closing
scene of the movie where traditional device
a of
8:30 -- SCIENCE REPORTER, Vice President, Dickie of Fla.
Fitch the latest Raymond Inc. Commander closing door Illuminates the split personality of
Host John brings ; Edward 8:30 -- CHILDREN GROWING
Danny (Finney).
reports of scientific advancementfrom Whitehead, President SchweppesU. Vacations, camps, and schools are .
laboratories. ( S. A.) Limited. times when children leave home. No more introductions are needed. Just a reminder:
Finney can be seen through Saturday at the State.
9:00 -- THE MAKING OF A 8:30 -- JAZZ CASUAL, Art Dr. Piers takes up the idea of ,
DOCTOR, "A Wider World" The Farmer's quartet, a group of mod- separation and how it should be ,,:, ::: : :ii :: ::S :_, ,:",:,] :., n :, .'
final program Introduces the viewer ern jazz artists, take tunes by handled.
to a middle-age general prac- Irving Berlin and Charlie Parker 9:00 -- REALTOR Stunt flyers comingBob
titioner and his search for a new and give them a new twist. 9:30 -- SCIENCE REPORTER,'

beginning which ironically leads to 9:00' -- ARAB FERMENT, "A John Fitch visits medical and Nance and Bill Adams, two Sunday at 2 p.m. when an expected
the past he left. Land 'Awakening" This program ohSaudi science laboratories to learn the 1 world-famous stunt flyers, are 15,000 people will watch a display
9:30 -- MEDICAL FILMS. Arabia. presents scenes sur- -latest developments In research.. wringing a crew to Stengle Field .of daredevil acrobatics including

wing walking, "hammerheads,"
>u. delayed open sky dives, car-to-
J1ISTER\ +CHoMP CHcMP plane pickups, barrel rolls 20 feet
above the runway, and many other
: : CHcMP CHoMf\\ CtioMP acts. _
Their specialty is an upside down

". 'II CHo/Vlp CHCMP"THE handkerchief pickup while flying
,'".,; I between two telephones poles. The
S <<'''1 '.' :1 :, most thrilling of their maneuversIs
",' 't said to be the "hammerhead,"
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where the pilot stalls the plane
out while In a' straight up atti

r'j1 1 I&I, tA'II tude. It then falls back toward
J the runway, missing by only a
NOt orflq'k' short gasp.
Not long ago the "Wide Worldof
Sports" TV series covered a
similar air show In California.
Just as a remote camera switched
HAYDON BURNS from a wing walking act to another

part of the show, the announcer
broke in and said that the wing
'(HAYi014: Bif Nt CANDIDATE/ FOR GOVERNOR SAID IN A.;RECENT ALAN'S CUBANA walker had just been killed.

IN OUR STATE. UNIVERSITIES.*: r. Club and the Alachua County Sheriff
Reserve Force. There will be
A FEW DAYS LATER, A SURVEY' fcONDUdtB B' fFLp(RIDA STATE airplane, auto and other exhibitson
RESULTS Open 7 Days a Week. stores. Advance tickets are $2.50

per carload, $1.00 a head at the
1. Trimester operation fails' to"1 provide for psYlmilation, reflection,. ALAN'S CUBANA gate, children 50 cents. To have

digestion maturation-pin: :short,, ,fhe.,education provided has no depth. tickets delivered on campus, call
i\ \
1 2. A' trimester course cannot be the equivalent of a semester course. 61252next Jim Carleto or Al Hastings at
A decrease in the student's course load and/or a decrease In'the 372-9174. For further details,listen -
0 to Seagle Building to radio stations WDVIJ,WGOO,
amount:*>f.\rnaterioi in a Given course is imperative. WUWU
or WRUF. There will be
3. The.Increased pressure under trimester operation has resulted. live coverage all day Sunday.

in lower quantity and/or lower quality of student,output.,' :
researchand GEORGE I WElD Presints! the! 11th Unnuol. ...
less fpr.jipculry
4. Under the trimester system here is time

creative work. N B W PORT tlJA\71z FB ST IV L '6
the _
under trimester
5. There. is increaseo exhau Uol1 and fatigue ...
operation. ':ccomponJed! by:a prevailing .attftude! among faculty and THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY JULY 2.3-4-5: 4
that education arid tfpdjing have teen reduced to a' AR-
Rl7p'"FRANTiC I Thum.-Frl..Sat. at 1:30

Trimester operation. forces, students to neglect J ; reading and think featuringthe AFTERNOON Sunday at CONCERTS 6:00

.ng. Friday i Saturday at 2.00 I
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