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 26, 1964
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
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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>.
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Page 2 The Florida Alligator I Tuesday, May 26,1964 _

I A'be' t's back--but wears long frown I

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I Maybe AnImposter Gator Eyes

? bya Dog's LifeAlbert

\ the UF's mascot, seems
By Associate Editor none to happy about coming home

'\ The kidnapped gator, noosed In

a yellow nylon rope, was
Albert home last week. 11b4'ri h=ws E sikt a t$p returned
came r +r MwiMn r=asb
to his cage beside the
The gator-napped UF mascotwas Century
Tower Friday by two browncladGame
returned from Tallahassee
and Fresh Water Fish
early Friday morning by two offi- Commission -
officers, but not
cers from the Game and Fresh without
great effort.
Water Fish Commission.

Thus ended a two month periodof Even the bright orange crepe
Inter-collegiate Intrigue which paper bows and huge "Welcome

Included an endless line of false Home" sign didn't make Albert
-'* k s .. any more happy.As .
reports, a bogus ransom note and
several wild Gator chases.

The story of Albert's kidnappingis a matter pf fact, Albert
long and Involved, and shrowdedin showed his resentment to the

mystery. But basically, It goes sparse welcome home crowd by

something like this: flatly refusing to go Into his old
r a A: 3w cage. He did so, only on the
UF'ers awoke one morning to Inslstance of a shoe to his posteriorby
find their 3 1/2 foot mascot had one of the commission officers.
vanished from his cage at the foot

of the Century Tower. talI .. .
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UF campus police set out on a With welcoming signs in the background and an Indian headdress (which didn't ulus" Albert waddled slowly Into
his water pond and refused to come
search for the missing Albert. A last Albert reasonable facsimile thereof returned his homeat
very long), or a to out for pictures.The .
stream of gator-sightings poured
into the police office. All provedto the foot of the Century Tower Friday.Photo( by Carolyn Johnston)

be the wrong Albert. armed reluctant reptile apparently -
set off Commission officers -
the sign on his back.
Reitz on TV doesn't look forward to his
with and hooks
An Investigation, however by nooses, poles
Even a ransom note from Miami mascot existence and all the zany
combed the marshes In search for
FSU police and the Game and Fresh
claimed Albert was being held Water Fish Commission producedthe the "real" Albert. "Topic," a public affarls pro- axlngs, paintings and kidnappings

prisoner and demanded$125 for the conclusion that the chained Bator Finally, after a week, Albertwas gram produced byWESH-TVDay- which he and his figure head ancestors -
mascot's safe return. tona Beach, and featuring UF have been subjected to.
nabbed at least the alligator
-- or -
was not Albert, but a larger
President Reitz will be
J. Wayne ,
model. Thus the unidentified animal they say Is Albert.
Then a report came from Talla- aired by WUFT-TV June 4 at 8 p.m.A .
freed the commissionIn The gator was then moved to
was by Indeed Albert seemed to agree.
hassee. It seems an unidentified panel of Daytona Beach civic
a swamp away from the FSU Gainesville in the trunk of a com-
chained to flag poleon leaders question Dr.Reitz on higher -
alligator was a
campus. mission car and placed back in As he slowly settled down In the
education in the
the FSU The Gator today
campus. But then something happened, his old cage Friday morning. center of his pool you could hear
and the
was decked In white paint. "Yeh university, particularly,
somewhere. Game and Fresh The alligator now by the Cen- him say -- "This Is a dog's life."
FSU Go to Hell Gators" read trimester system.
-- Water Fish Commission suddenlygot tury Tower looks a little hefty to

wind that the freed gator was be the real Albert. Unless per-
actually the real honesttogoodness haps Albert's stay In the swamps FRIDAY, MAY 29SALE'

Johnson Wins Albert, and that they had let proved to add a few Inches to his

the UF mascot slip through their length and waistline.But .

fingers.A anyhow, UF does now havea
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TuesdayMay 26,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3

Noted physicist

comes to UF

Dr. Edward Teller, H-bomb tory where the first atomic bomb
architect and advocate of a toughened was developed.
I with number of the
national civil defense pro- Along a
gram, will give two public lectures world's leading scientists, he contributed -
a __ 1:11'' .. here Friday. to the development of the

One of the small group of men First U. S. atomic bomb. Today
who started the atomic energy effort Teller says, 'It was necessary and
In America, he made major right to develop the atomic bomb.
contribution to the developmentof It was unecessary and wrong to
atomic weapons and the hydrogen bomb Hiroshima without specific
bomb At present he Is concernedwith warning."
the peaceful application of A native of Hungary, Dr. Teller

nuclear explosives i ty

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i Dr. Teller will speak on ''De-
G cisions for Survival" I Friday nightIn

4 the University Auditorium. The
8:15 p.m. talk Is sponsored by the
University's Public Functions and
Lectures Committee and the Association -
for C o m m unit t y-w i d e
1' : (
Protection from Nuclear Attack.
lie also makes the keynote address -
for the Florida Civil Defense v
Conference meeting on the
campus on the same day. The
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brings over 200 civil
defense specialists representing DR. EDWARD TELLER
counties and state agencies lie
will address the civil defense lead- became a U. S. citizen in 1941.
ers on "The Weakest Link In Our He was a member of a group
of scientists who
European came
Preparedness--Civil Defense" at
to this country during the period
a noon luncheon In the Student
Service Center. between .Vcrld Wars I and 11. As
a Teller puts It, "We all escaped
Dr. Teller Is currently the Uni- Nazism and Communism after hav-
versity of California's professor ing had a horrifying look at a world
of physics at large. He has served that was not free."
on the faculties of George Wash- While teaching at George Wash-
ington University and the Univer- ington University he decided to devote -
< sity of Chicago. his energies to the develop-
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ar i He was a member of the General ment of nuclear weapons rather
Advisory Committee of the Atomic than concentrating entirely on pro-
Energy Commission from 1956 to blems of fundamental physics.
1958 and helped establish the na- lie is noted for his outspoken
w'HR tion's second nuclear weapons lab- testimony before Congressional
oratory at Livermore, C a 11 f., committees concerned with national -
Y arT serving as director from 1958 to defense policies.
a 4 < 1960. While on the University Florida -
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Dr. Teller had a personal partin campus Dr. Teller will speakto
the events surrounding the famous a Physics colloquium Friday
letter from Albert Einsteinto afternoon on 4|The Magnetic Mono-
President Franklin Roosevelt pole.) Ills two public lectures
resulting in the establishment of will Include question and answer
the Los Alamos Scientific Lalxjra- periods.

Warning to students I

University of Florida students fourth of all those stops resultedIn
Summer Pleasure Begins in our hurrying off for a big weekend had an arrest."
better be cautious and careful. "At $35 dollars a head, that's
Somebody up there is watching. not bad revenue for a day's work,"
Nottingham Traditionals The Florida Highway patrol has he added.
devised a unique way to keep area The State of Florida was not
motorists under the lawful 65 miles easily convinced that this was a
per hour. good method to catch speeders andIt
That Inconsplclous looking plane was through the work and cooperation -
you see floating lazily over the of such members of the
about natural shoulder
What pleases most men our
highway Isn't up for Just a week- patrol as Moore that the air surveillance -
suits is their trim, youthful look, particularly true end cruise; it's up there protecting method came Into use.

when the suits are tailored with the infinite care you from other motorists as wellas "At first we went to Oklahoma,
you from yourself.It which is a pioneer in this typeof
of Nottingham's traditional styling. The fabricsare took years of research and law enforcement, to study their

crisp, smooth blends of dacron/wool that keep training to put that plane, and one techniques. Then after many testswe

their "just pressed" look after hours of wear. other just like It in South Florida, proved the method to be as
in the air. accurate in the measurement of
colors range from new lighter tones to deep, rich The technique is simple. A stop- speed as any yet devised," said

shades of live, blue-black and brown. Come in watch controled by the pilot clocks Moore. .
the speed of a vehicle between two
,', today..and discover a new pleasure in our .,
: of.-:'" painted strips onthehlghway.Gen- At the present time the Florida
Nottingham Traditionals. '.,,, erally the strips are one quarter Highway Patrol has two such

from 65.00 mile apart and if it takes you less planes. One is based In Talla-
N than 13.8 seconds to travel that hassee and the other in Orlando.
:. distance there will be a ground The two planes circulate
\ ':- stationed trooper waiting to greet throughout the state, spending as
.' ,w4. uy you around the next bend. much as five days in a particular
"The procedure we use is, Sgt. troop.
," Ralph Moore will radio us on the The aim of the patrol to have
';1, ., ground after he has clocked some- at least one plane based In each
:',j. ., '.;, : .f': one speeding and he will give usa of the ten patrols In Florida.
',, ; description of the car"and the The planes utilized are the two-
,. ,,' speed at which it was traveling. place Super Cubs which can cruise

...: Then we pick out the right car from at speeds as low as thirty miles
., ','.. '. ; the pack and flag him down," said per hour
," Lt. S. O. Roberts of the Florida While In the air over marked
,,"" f'. ....>",",," .; ''".. ,'./' .". Highway Patrol.Meanwhile highway, the plane will cruise at
: ',;!:. I up In the plane with an altitude of 1,000 feet and speeds
Sgt Moore It was about three in around 50 miles per hour.
6 South Main Street the afternoon, he turned around The patrolman manning the plane
and added, "w e have averaged has two available stopwatches and
picking up one speeder every three can clock two different vehicles
minutes all day long. And one simultaneously.

Page 4 The Florida Alligator TuesdayMay 26,1964 AN EDITORIALThe :

Alligator does not Intend to support any Of the candJ

?4' 'Jl. I feel that the place of a
.Jf Governor.
; .v'. "" dates for newspaper in
political campaigns Is to bring the facts to Its readers about

OP'I ION: :.J each candidate, and to provide a forum for partisans of all

sides, but not to lend Its weight to one candidate or another

qualified than anyone to pick the
., : Editors are no more "best"
U;'1\:., ..1.,.:.'.'' '_ 'i'jJ"... j';/./ ,' ". )<:. candidate. I hope each voter will take the trouble to inform [

himself about the candidates and make his own decision

-- John Askins

Meanwhile, back at the oasisEDITOR .

Can't keep him 'down

: adelphia Orchestra were magnificent loudly underneath Mr.Orrnandy'sleft ,

; their rendition of the suite nostril, and reached her mys-

(and the last palm branch drop- from Stravinsky's Petrouchka"was terious destination somewhere behind By WALKER LUNDYWe

ped softly off the last dying palm incredible. Unfortunately, the commanding bandshell).

tree, leaving the oasis totally void their other selections were Interrupted But the above incident was not knew he wouldn't stand for it much longer. You

of any living vegetation. .) and marred by several the most consplclous, nor the most just can't keep a good man down -- or a good alii-

Having heard the Philadelphia boorish events (including the woman annoying. The first selection, the gator either.

Orchestra twice before, I and my who stood up In the middleof Scarlatti Tommasinl's ballet Albert, the UF's ferocious mascot, finally proved

wife decided to strain my monthly the Allegretto movement of suite, was stopped by Mr.Ormandy be too much for the Fighting Ladles of FSCW to

pittance from the University of Beethoven's Symphony No. 7 in until the air-conditioners were handle. After a two-month "visit" to a west Florida

Florida a little further and buy A major, marched determinedly turned off so that he could hear pond, Albert has returned to his rightful resting place

two tickets to attend the concerton down the left aisle '.t the gymnasium's the music that his musicians were in the shadow of Century Tower.

Wednesday evening, May 20. highly polished, highly playing immediately beneath him. Right, Justice and the freedom of man .- or rather

Both Eugene Ormandy and the Phil resonant hardwood floor, passed After the drone from the air- alligator -- reign supreme again on this plane

conditioners ceased, someone began When Albert was first reported gator-napped last

POLITICAL ECHOES to turn the overhead lights March, you will recall this writer said then that the

off and or, even after the Orches- foul deed had been the work of some purebreds from

Goldwater tra nad resumed playing. When FSU. It just sounded to us like something they might do.
movementBy these incredible interruptions had Jealousy, pettiness and envy we can stand from the

halted, it could then be noticed that bush-league institution in our state capital. But just

RON SPENCERIn people were still wandering around being from Florida State is no excuse for thievery.

the basketball floor and stands, Three years ago when FSU managed a 3-3 tie with

recent weeks the Goldwater delegate strengthhas seeking their seats, asking their the Gators on the gridiron, we watched in amazementas

grown to what most GOP liberals would probablycall neighbors to lend them money fora the same ladles trooped onto the field and tore

"alarming proportions." Coke, or, as the couple in front down our goalposts.We .

According to CBS news polls as well others con- of me, discussing the current gubernatorial chuckled under our breath as we watched the

ducted by various agencies, the senator from Arizonahas race. Overcome by youngsters have their fun. Then we cheered as a
amassed has at his beck and call
currently or either ennui or Ignorance, a few loyal band of Gator fans Jumped from the stands to
more than 550 delegate votes, only some 100 under the
oafs attempted to applaud save the prized scraps of metal.We .
figure needed to clinch the GOP nomination at San between
the major move- vividly remember the FSU band
Francisco In July. Thus, the recent talk of a genuine ments of striking up
every selection. Despitethe "The Star-Spangled Banner" with the desperate hope
"Stop Goldwater" movement to head off the Arizona obvious
conservative has not been surprising.One novelty of having an that the Gators wouldn't try and "start something"by
behave in the above =
reason for the "Stop Goldwater" movement being unreasonable and wanting the goal posts
ner Mr. and the Phila-
lies in a desire for the continuance of the two-party Ormandy back. The Florida band, as we recall, played the
delphia Orchestra continued pQ1'forming -
system nationally. Gator fight song.

While many Republicans will Initially cry"absurd" accoustlcs, battling and the the echochamber Incessant- The goal posts remained town down but still in

to a suggestion that the nomination of Goldwater could Gainesville. The UF Student Government paid fora
whir of a home movie fiend who
seriously damage the future of the Republican Party, took his eight-millimeter trophy made of one section of the uprights and
it is nonetheless a distinct possibility. A look at the gave It to the FSU Student Body. It seemed to make
during the quietest
portions of the
record shows that since 1932, the Democrats have selections. them happy.A .

been the presidential party for all but eight of the Somehow the tie with Florida, the Seminoles said, was as
magic that sur-
:.,'a 32 years involvedthose being the Eisenhower rounds a great orchestra was lost good as a victory against anybody else.

years. Six of these eight Ike years saw the Democrats for my wife and me last night. Well, we thought, girls will be girls, and little

wielding control of Congress, and there are many today The audience that will applaud girls will be little girls. Let them have their fun.

who contend that had it not been for the great personal But with the gator-napping incident, there enters
wilding for a group of untrained
appeal of Eisenhower, there would have been no GOP another type of competition between FSU and Florida.
folk-singers, listen
president since Hoover. This has to do with ethics.
a Ft. Lauderdale
However, the important thing to remember Is that comedian tell tired jokes yet will Once again, proudly but yet somewhat sadly, we

no matter how strong Johnson seems now, the GOP mill like cattle seeking, a stallin must announce the Gators defeated the Seminoles.

cannot afford to (1)) concede defeat in '64 without a a barn We suppose after having committed the terrible crimeof
lofty causes me to
strong fight In which party strength Is kept intact, or question the University of Flori- gator thievery, the brave kiddies, who every fall

(2)) nominate a candidate marked to lose by a land- da's proud claim that it is a cul- proudly proclaim, "What's for sale? Gator tall!"

slide vote. If LBJ wins In November and survivesthe tural oasis. will stop at nothing to gain some type of advantageover

rigors of four more hectic years in the White UF people.But .
(the desiccated roots
House, chances are that he would run for office and their dead burden finally release the- we do not think It will bother any of the UF
be re-elected In 1968. Eight more of Demo- students
years last bare stark too much. We are used to having FSU
sapless palm tree
cratic control would certainly not strengthen the slump quietly to the waiting sand yapping at our heels. We are here to get an educa-

status of the GOP. tion, part of which includes growing
leaving the last oasis In the most
Therefore, the GOP cannot afford to risk the chanceof barren of deserts an empty scene And part of growing up Is learning that it takes

becoming a permanent minority party. If 1964 a patch of once-dampened sand, all kinds to make a world.

is a repeat of the FDR sweep of 1936! the result could Welcome back, Albert.
drying In
qulcRly the hot sun. .)
just possibly permanently cripple the GOP presidential

bandwagon for some time to come. Thee FloridaALLIGATO
Jim S. Borck, 7AS

I Why not change majors?


EDITOR: Editor . . . . . . John Askins
agriculture curriculum to make Feaster, what I am trying to say

I was in the midst of gratifying degradations' about it. It Is Interesting is that while you were losing sleep Executive
slumber, without a care in the to note that you are Interested over your chemistry test, I was Jim Hammock Benny Cason

world, when abruptly the telephonerang In "education systems"and enjoying the material. So If It -
Ass Jclate :
and I heard my wife say, curriculum. This Is evidencedby is the trimester system you wish Bob Thomas Editors joel Gaston

"go get an Alligator, Mr. Feasterhas the fact that you have done a to debate, then let's debate tri- Jim Castello Ernie LItZ

replied to your letter." Be- lot of research in the field to recog- mester system. If y6u want to Pat Hogan Eunice Tall

grudgingly I woke up (I wan goingto nize that the college of educationhas debate the college of education Beth Kraselsky .' Brachey
sleep all morning because Edu- a "rugged upper division." curriculum vs. college of agri-

cation majors have nothing better culture curriculum I must bow out
to do) and plodded over to the physics because I am not knowledgeable, Sports Editor. . . ; . . Martin Edwards
I forgot to mention In the last
building to get a copy.I enough to criticize your college.
letter that college of education
Staff riters
turned to the letters page and I should like to
major is biology and chemistry. I say that Instead John Hancock, Jackie Cornelius, ;Millie Gorman, Barbara
there it Mr. Feaster had:
was. of
did not really forget; you have just going around and crltlzls Keller, Ed Barber, Don Federman, Jojce E. Kilmer, Patti'
so gentlemanly proceeded not to
defend his position of opposing t'',' made it necessary for me to re- Ing what you don't know and wastingall Pitz, Liz Brewer, Hall Calr. Charlie Bu)li, Joe Kollln, Bob

member. I guess we might have jour pressed time, that you use Wise, Jim Carleto, Phil Geyer, and Stan Kulp.
trimester but to demonstrate
system, the time you do your letter writing
even attended the same CY 218
another bone of contentionwith In to catch
himself Mr. Feaster is not labs, perhaps you were In myBLY have missed.up on the sleep you Receptionist ....... . . . .Marsha G. Brown
310 or 574 class. At least we had
only opposed to the trimester system One final
BTY 420 together A lot of As longas
but thinks that the college of have
friends In your college were there. you such strong InterestsIn Don Addis, Nelson Meyer, Sam Shaya, Ernie Litz, Dave
education Is out to get him too. educational systems and
"rug- Piche Jim Neff and
Darlene Pierce.
I'm sorry Mr. Feaster, that I ged curriculums," why don't you

misunderstood your letter. I did I am currently taking one of)'ourcollege's change majors and of the
study education The Florida Alligator is the official' student newspaper
that soil courses as an elec-
not know your arguments were .
Maybe you WILL sleep better weekly
University of Florida and is five times
to debase my college. If that tive so that I may have a broad In Norman Hall. published ll'b
% except during the and. July when
was to be the case I would not have teaching background. By the way, n.onths of May- June ,entered as

written a reply, because I do not were you in my physics lab,or was published semi-weekly. The Florida Alligator is at
Gary Office
Winston second-class
matter Post
know enough about the college of It biochemistry? Anyway Mr. College of Education Gainesville, Florida. at the United States

S ...a. TuesdayMay 26,1964 The. Florida Alligator Page 5 ':


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or not to bedBy Physicist backs Teller's stand

b also warned of the danger that
EDITOR: It was while teaching at George
Nazi Germany might develop sucha
Washington University In the na-
DON FEDERMAN The University of Florida has tion's capital that he reached his process first. This letter event
Invited Dr. Edward Teller to come decision to devote his energiesto ually led to the establishment of
\s. ;t? the Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory -
to Gainesville to deliver a lecturein the development of nuclear wea-
the University Auditorium on the pons. Prior to that time he had under the direction of

evening of Friday, June 5. The shown himself to be a first class J. Robert Oppenheimer where the
The following Is a synopsis of "sleeper." lecture Is open to the public and physicist devoting himself entirely first atomic bomb was developed.
PLOT: One Alberto Sordl (Italy's answer to Sid will be of broad general interest. to problems of fundamental phys- At this time Teller was still

Caesar) as a fur merchant looking for "paradsio For this reason, I believe that ics, problems rather far removed in doubt as to whether or not tie

con consummato Italiano" In Sweden. your readers would be particularly from immediate and direct application could, on moral grounds, become
THE ME: The ambivalences of the sexual mores and Interested in knowing more about to human everyday needs. involved In weapons development.

other customs pertaining to the relationship between Dr. Teller at this time, and soI He tells of his first atomic Almost a year after the Einstein-
the sexes as part of a concept known as "freedom" have written a series of letters assignment during the summer of Szilard letter had been wrltted.

In Sweden. about him that you may like to 1939. For several months,leading President Roosevelt was scheduledto
RESULT: A hilarious movie known as "To Bed. publish. physicists had been discussing with speak at the Eighth Congress of

or Not To Bed." Born in Hungary and educatedin Interest the discovery of the split- Pan American Scientists in Wash

A few more details: Europe, Dr. Edward Teller became ting of the uranium nucleous and ington. Teller had not planned to
In the past few years, the Italians have been quite a United States citizen In the tremendous energy release attend this meeting since he had

successful at satirizing sex In their films (this was 1941. His early research dealth from this event. On August 2, taken, until that time, very little

mentioned in the "Conjugal Bed" review). This with theoretical physics, but discovery 1939, Teller drove his car to take interest In politics, and he con-
figures since they suffer from "double standard" sidered political speech to be
of the fission process and Leo Szilard, a fellow Hungarian any
worse than this country (hard to believe but true) and the menace of Nazi Germany soon physicists, to present to Albert a waste of time.

divorce, as a solution to conubial conflicts, is strictly I I drew him Into the small group of Einstein a history making letter,
taboo. Women, tormented by this bind, turn on their men who started the atomic energy addressed to President FranklinD. On the day of the speech, how-

men, who not realizing: the vicious circle,seek releasein I effort in America. Roosevelt, composed by Szllard, ever, the news of invasion of The

many guises. i Unlike many of the nuclear and to be signed by Einstein. Netherlands caused him to changehis

physicists who helped develop the This 1 letter. called upon the mind. Teller's last doubts

atom bomb, Dr. Teller continuedto Oresident to take steps to accel- were answered Roosevelt's
One popular way is the "Swedish mythos, the land
work on nuclear weapons afterWorld erate the research then underwaywith speech, in particular, by these
where the women, who are the equal of the male, must
War II, convinced that the the prospect of obtaining large words: "The great achievementsof
obviously be as free as their opposite. Thus, the
United States would need advanced amounts of energy from the fis- science. .are only instrumentsby
horny Italian takes off for his earthy"cielo de
weapons to be prepared for future sioning of uranium. The letter which men try to do the things
mortale. When he arrives in Sweden his mind
I dangers. In his remarkable career, they most want to do. .Surely
saturated with expectation the Italian takes
he has made significant contribu- it is time for our Republics .
feminine gesture to be a realization of the mythos.The Sewer
tions to the development of atomic to use every knowledge, every
action that ensues is funny, but also borders on
weapons and the hydrogen bomb. science we possess .You and I,
pathos. The oh-so-virlle Italian Is amazed to find
He was a member of the Gen- in the long run, U It be neces-
his advances are met with frigidity, am emphasison
eral Advisory Committee of the sary, will act together to protectand
gentures, good times and spirituality. Humiliated
Atomic Energy Commission from defend by every means at our
by the feeling that his sexuality Is vulgar that the
1956 to 1958, helped establish the command our science,our culture,
Swedish girl is an amorous angel with armor (some- unhealthy
nation's second nuclear weapons our American freedom, and our
thing akin to the flirtations, but inhibited American "
laboratory at Livermore, California civilization.
girl), he hurries back to his suddenly beloved Italy,
and served as director of the From this Teller states, "I
content with the hell that is rather than the Illusion EDITOR:
Livermore Laboratory from 1958 concluded that President Rooseveltwas
that Isn't.
to 1960. After weeks of careful thinkingand telling us that the duty of

He has been on the faculties of In the hope to see If the Plants scientists was to see that the most

George Washington University, and Grounds Department can do effective weapons would be available -
Sordi is tremendous as such a loveable, Italian I Columbia University, the University something about it I have decidedto for use if necessary, that we

buffoon, lost in a wilderness of beauty and frivolity, I of Chicago, and the University write you this letter. For six would stand morally guilty before
tempered by lanugage and custom. I of California, where he currently years I have tolerated patiently the the free world If we refused to
Director Polidoro utilizes Sordi's talents to the is Professor of Physics At Large.At beautifying attempts by Plants and our talents to the cause of the

utmost, particularly in scenes where he builds an I present he is concerned with Grounds without a single protest; free world."

incredible comic effect with just eyes, as during a the peaceful applications of nuclear Lawn mowers In the middle of an Teller contributed a part, along
S sequence in a Swedish cafe where Sordl Images every i explosives. important lecture,loud speaking by with a number of the world's lead-
f woman's glance is on him. I It Is clear that this country their employees in areas where ing scientists, to the developmentof
Note how landscape and periphery action emphasizeour owes much to Edward Teller, for, scooters are not allowed and all the first U. S. atomic bomb that
hero's predicament, that is his sense of alienation.And without his fight, the Russians kinds of irritating rackets. was tested at Alamagordo, New

there are many other subtitles like the fore- would surely have tested the 11- However, their latest move Is not Mexico on July 1G, 1945.
shadowing scene where Hamlet's castle is seen on bomb long before we did. This only Intolerable, but damaging to In the spring of 1945, he became
the Denmark to Sweden ferry and a woman reads the would have left us open to blackmail my health and clothes. For quite quite concerned about the intendeduse

.' "To be..or not to be" soliloquy or the mechanical I' and possible danger of attack sometime the sprinkler system in of this new and powerful weapon
: cordialities of Sordi at a party or the contrast between from, this superior weapon. The the McCarty Hall areas began its against Japan. He received a
his shrewd business tactics at an auction and story of this fight and other mat- deadly operation somewhere letter from Szilard asking his

those not-so-brilllant tactics in bed. I ters are discussed in a very read- around 12:00 in the afternoon and support for a petition urging that
The one pity of this movie is that it ends today. able fashion in the book, THE continued late. However, I do not the United States not use the atomic

However, in leaving, it makes room for "The Easy LEGACY OF HIROSHIMA, by Edward object to the sprinklers but to a bomb in warfare without first
Life," which will play through Saturday. Without Teller and Allen Brown. particular one situated In the side warning the enemy. He was pre-
trying to make this sound like a publicity releasefor entrance of McCarty. Efficientas pared circulate this petition when

the State, this is the great movie in town for Arthur A. Broyles the sprinkler is, a little over Oppenheimer convinced him that it
IS the month of May. It can safely be said the review Professor of Physics and 50 per cent of its sewage clean was Improper for a scientist to use
Friday will merely be a confirmation of a film which Physical Sciences water is deposited in the front of his prestige as a platform for

has taken every major critic in the country: by storm. the entrance, literally bathing I political pronouncements. Today,
in .'- Finally, let It be noted that the University Religious THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE every brave warrior attempting to however, Teller makes the state-

Association is sponsoring a showing of Bergman's ATOMIC BOMB come into the building. I am not ment: "It was necessary and

,n award-winning "The Virgin Spring" at the Wesley against the smelly beast, just right to develop the atomic bomb.It .
z Foundation, 1320 W. University Ave. on Thursday, Edward Teller was a member against the scheduling of the was unnecessary and wrong to
II May 28, at 7:30 p.m. Admission is free, and afterwards of a group of European scientists beast's operation. why don't they bomb Hiroshima without specific
,. there will be a discussion of the film led by who came to this country duringthe operate the sprinkler during the warning."
.y a distinguished panel Including Dr. Robert Detweiler period between World Wars I morning and not a precisely lunch In my next letter I will discuss

s \ of the English department, Chaplin Sam Banks, Dean and II. As Teller puts It, "\Veall time when people are coming In Teller's part in the. developmentof

Arnold wirtala, and yours truly. escaped Nazism and Commu- and out of the building the H-bomb
..pi nism after having had a horrifying -

look at a world that was not Antonio Aguirre 7AGb
.. f '. .. Juan ,
'I i free." I UF Math Club

'. 1 I thought we agreed

-W Okay, I you weren't going; to,' presents speakerThe

n C Play ball! use the fast ball 7

0 UF Math Club presentsDr.
\ Ralph Selfridge this after-

. noon' speaking on "Job Opportu-
nities In Mathematics."

The talk will be given in Room
213 Walker Hall at 3 p.m. AH
I Interested persons are Invited to
; attend and remain for a short
meeting of the Math Club to plan
t Don Addis
a summer plcD1c.fe' .

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\ Today Is the third time in just over two months
< that the voters of Gainesville have made the trek
to the polls Each election so far has been followed

, by elections suits, charges of fraud and of bad faith.
t If today's election should turn out to be close, we
t rte can be sure the losing candidate will promptly file

I(:'/1 suit "to clear the air" and "let the people know their
'A votes were counted fairly." r

t" Our question is whether the unsuccessful candidate'
really cares about the "purity of the ballot or

w;: whether he is merely hoping for those extra votes A .
f1 that might put him over the top. We can believe the
1 Osee Fagans, the Alma Betheas and the Tom Adamses Y R
rl; when they seek to maintain a fair election, but it
ffj1 sounds ill In the mouth of a losing candidate.
. : We still haven't gotten over the Gainesville City
#\! Commission election of March 17. In the time that
r"., has followed that election, which saw Byron M. Wlnn ,

kii Jr. defeat his opponent, Dr. Edwin It. Andrews, by
:{ a slim 46 votes, we have followed with some difficulty561 a a '
course of Dr. Andrews' suit and a Grand Jury RyR k i
investigation. We have seen Innuendo after Innuendo J
I"the of bad faith, of fraud, and of the "evils caused by r bloc-ism." Dr. Andrews' suit has still not been ; : J : '

resolved, but whether it is upheld or dismissed, its f'i "
mission will have been accomplished.

,,? What Is its mission? Is it to insure "the purity of i N II IrMA
:';, the ballot," or to cast shadows upon the CAA, and J

!;:J upon UF faculty, wives, and students responsible for f d k. R: ?. zf
.'';'' registering over 900 qualified Negroes?

registration l YI

,:%,; practice for the members of any one of Gainesville's : '
business or civic clubs'to perform this function. For

the first time however, early this year, a major r'S
effort was made by the Student Group for Equal
Rights and the local Negro leadership to registermore SS

There has ALWAYS been a certain amount of Improper -

proceudre, caused usually by well-intentioned
people merely exercising their civic responsibility.
For instance, deputy registrars are not allowed to
appoint other deputies. But the recent Grand Jury Winners of the Camp Wauburg Playday bathing beauty contest this past Saturdaywere

', Investigation revealed that in one past Instance, a Sally Raffa, center, 1964 Miss Camp Wauburg Playday Suzanne Helliker,
deputized civic club member had In turn deputized
15 others, and that four more had been appointed by left, second runner-up and Cheryl Burke, first runner-up.

<< one of the 15! ,
", It's a safe bet that the present Attorney-General, :
Jimmy Kynes, would be happy If he had never heard
't of Alachua County Last week it was brought out a ain
,:: Earl Faircloth's answer to Kyne's election suit,that Playdayers invade WauburgAround

Kynes himself had given Gainesville State's Attorney \"

,;,' T. E. Duncan a ruling that In such cases, the voters "

themselves were INNOCENT,and the election SHOULD 1,600 persons turned out Jane Lightcap, advisor beauty Ken Tlbado, I m o g e n e Tlbado,
BE PROTECTED. Mr.Kynes Is contesting Falrcloth's Saturday for a combination of sun- contest arrangements; Ken White, Keith Tlbado, Ronnie

first primary win on the basis of possible "electionfrauds" shine, water sports, picniclng and Sandy Scales, Russ Brown, Ron Tlbado Johnny Roberts, Dick
in Alachua and Counties.It .
Levy girl-watching called Camp Wau- LaFace. Harvey Sharron, Ken Tib- Meese water skiing and water ski-
Is probably true that we need a general cleanupof '
burg Playday.
election procedures. However, this should be accomplished ado and Don Addis, beauty contest kite demonstrations;
2UC Sally Raffa won the beauty
chairman of the
such Judges; Greg Seitz,
for the right reason. Again, protests
followed Burke
by Cheryl ,
committee -
Florida recreation
candidate. Jennings Hall, display of pro- Union
sound ill
in the mouth of a losing and Suzanne Helliker 2UCas
lUC, ,
motional material; and chairman of Playday.
> ,f r runners-up.
Charles Tasca and Bob Gallupwon

the canoe joust, and Darlene

Just for the recordMay Euler took first in the marble

scramble, followed by Marty Pa-
19, 1964 Camp Wauburg Is correctly turnel and Arnas Louis In second :t; (

W a u b Ur, g, not "erg" as and third place, respectively.
EDITOR: printed. The lollipop hunt was won by '
... \
Reference: Friday Alligator, Russell Manes was MISS CAMP Gerardo Echeverria, with Jason .... ',....;,
page 3, Beauty Contestants. WAUBURG OF 1963. She was Constantlnno In second place and .,. <" itl '
Woody's studio gave the Rec- sponsored by Alpha Delta Pi which Mary Paturnel third. it. .
reation Committee a reduced rate has sponsored the winner for the )h.
and traveled Gainesville to second In a row. The ': 4'
across year appearance '
In the
Plaudits for their work :
take the pictures at the last mo- of the picture on page 9 ;::
contest went to:
ment to meet the Alligator deadline of Tuesday's Alligator was very radio SS"One
Stu Bowers of WDVH as
(which was done), only to have unfortunate. With a week of advance emcee;
the credit printed for Carolyn notice it seems possible that
Herman Greene, chairman of
Johnston As you can imagine, the Alligator'staff might have been program and activities;
he is very unhappy about this! able to produce a picture of the
Tom Patrlch, canoe jousting
lie should be given the picture 1963 Queen and her court. The chairman; l'T
credit and the In the file books of
peace pipe may g pictures are Mike Monaghan, limbo contest
the rounds once again. past Alligators, and Carolyn John chairman;
Reference: Friday Alligator, ston night also have been con-
page 3, caption under beauty con- sulted.
testants. SoSaturday, THIS SATUR- Liz Hansen, Joan Mali tana, Ann

The wording, ". ., which DAY that is, May 23rd, Is the big Klrkhan, Liz Rothrock,Jean Fagot,
_____ ___ _. ,
will be decided Saturday at the day! Camp Wauburg Playday! We Allyson Connor, Patsy Mynshaw, '

camp" gave people to believe that hope that there will be no more and Pam L'Hamldeau, working with of the most thrilling moments during the Play-
the Camp Wauburg Playday was to errors, and we DO appreciate all the younger children;
have taken place last Saturday. In that you have done and are doingto Louis Stinson and John Up- day activities was this divebombing of swimmers by

fact a number of persons showedup help us make it the best ever. church, coordinators of the beauty the kite-flying crew of Ken Tibado. No one was
to view the Beauty Contest. contest;
seriously threatened but the moment was excitingto
This error was unfortunate and Greg Seltz John Garcia, beauty contest
embarrassed us considerably. Chairman Recreation Committee scorer; the 1,600 spectators.



COMMENDS AUDIENCE TuesdayMay 26,1964 The, Florida Alligator Page 7. .'

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Ormandy hits UF facilitiesBy STOCK REMOVAL SALE !


Thls Is not the best hall I've
ever played In -- nor ls ic the
worst; but it Is one of tha worst."
This, the, reaction of Eugene Or-
mandy of the Philadelphia Or- MAYTHE
chestra, to the Florida Gym"con
cert hall" was just a part of the
indictment of UF facilities by the
in an Interview in his

Immediately following the per- --.- ARE MOVING MAY 30
formance In Gainesville, Ormandywas
reported to have aid,They'll EUGENE ORMANDYaudience
never see me in this hall again."
When asked about this statement,
he said he had been angry for a made up for some of the
number of reasons and that he had things about the facilities," he ....
said a great number of things that
he didn't really mean. said that several times he
"He (it is not clear who 'he' is, had considered stopping the per-
but the reference Is to whoeverwas formance but the audience was so
in charge of lighting and appreciative that he felt compelledto
staging in the Florida Gym) would continue. Ormandy's appreciation -
not follow orders and then deniedIt of the students' reaction
to my face," Ormandy said. He promped him to criticise the UF
was speaking of the lighting. "Theyhad administration for falling to pro-
the lights in the musicians' vide adequate facilities for such
faces so that they could not even performances."I .
see me.
Ormandy said he had given explicit realize that great music is
instructions on lighting and a revelation (for college students)
staging to Reid Poole, head of the .It seems that a university, '
Music Department and advisor to which is supposed to translate cul-
Lyceum Council. Ormandy com- ture, would have a place for such
plained about the way in which the things," He made specific refer-
sounding boards at the rear of the ence to other universities where
stage had been placed. the Orchestra had appeared and
lie went on to complain about discussed other uses for a hall
the "air-conditioning" (the gymIs suitable for concerts.
cooled by fans, not air-condi-
tioners). "The air conditioning "I am encouraged," said Or-
situation was outrageous--the heat mandy, "by your and the other
was unbearable." lie explainedhow girl's (another reporter for the _7,....' 1 :
difficult It is for a musicianto Alligator who had talked with Or-
perform well under those cir- mandy Wednesday) strong attitude
cumstances. toward this type of thing. If you
Ormandy apologised for havinglost really want a hall for concerts, SLACKS Shirts i
his temper after the per- more power to you." He added Walk Shorts
formance and went on to praisethe that If there was any way that he .
students as one of the best could help In a drive for a concert -
audiences he had met. "The hall, he would be glad to do It. 4.00 2.50 1.94

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Solids & stripes
Atlas acclaimedThe dacron polyester & traditionalIn
cotton. One I lot 2.50 Tapered
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University Press's "Atlas of Florida" has
attained country-wide acclaim since its publication,
according to Eileen Brand, promotion manager.
More than 25 state and national exhibits are
featuring the recently published "Atlas of Florida," Sport Coafs :
including the World's Fair. "'! 4r
Various magazines and newspapers have publicizedit ..t. Suits
throughout the nation, Including the "Saturday Review Traditional models all
and the "New York Times Book
Review." reduced to: 0 9 5
Atlas maps were the work of Erwin Ralsz, Internationally In Spring & Summer Weight -

famous cartographer. The supplementtext A variety of colors & subtle
was written by Dr. John R. Dunkle, UF Depart- values to 29.95Seersucker
ment of Geography. patterns
Information on subjects such as tourism, citrus, stripes, solid,

education, and hospitals are presented In the 53 navy, olive, blue, burgundy, 15 00 value to 42.50
pages of the atlas. etc. ,
"A large part of the book Is non-statistical and
not subject to change," emphasized Dr. Dunkle.
"There may be small changes, but basically nothing a
will radically: effect' the. accuracy of the map."
Countless. difficulties arose In the preparation of
the book. One such case Involved the use of airport
statistics from Floi Ida's cities. "It Just so happens, Windbreakers Belts Parkas
there were no printed facts on this area of transportation ,
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the cities cooperated to the fullest extent."

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Gainesville Little Theatre will Jo Edwi-j-dson as his wife; Arthur
Present the Arthur Miller adapta- Funk as the mayor, Peter Stock- .
tion of Henrik Ibsen's "An Enemy man; Tom Godey as the father- men'sshop
of in-law Morton Kill; Jim Hodgesas
the :
People" '
on May 29 and 30 :
publisher, Hou- j
and June 4, 5, and 6 at 8:30 p.m. the newspaper : : /:
in the Little Theatre, 4039 N. W. stad. Lesser rolls will be plwyed by .
16th Boulevard. Phone 376-4949 Ralph Selfridge,Butler Waugh,Ann .k:,
for reservations.The Godey, Dick Kraus,Revery Wright, I" ML'BUT ;-'*
Rick Dllgren, George Edwardson, ....: :' .. 611 West Univ. Ave. "',.:, :
cast will include David Laneas Ralph Thompson, Ann Haney
the hero Dr. Stockman; Betty Fred Rutan. .w

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[For Sale I 6 weeks old. phone 2-6158, Ext. I WantedMale f I ServicesNESTOR'S I Draperies, carpets, bed-
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SIAMESE KITTENS 10 weeks old. roommate wanted to share 7640; Margaret Parrish 6-6013.
fully equipped. Also 1961 D.K.W. Only $10. Phone 376-899C. (A- apartment. Call FR 2-3748 evenings TV SERVICE was (M-HO-3t-c).
750 automobile, 35-40 m.p.g. both 142-4t-c). (C-141-3t-c). forced to move. Now located at
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Town & Country Trailer Park, Office. Free estimates. Tubes and ironed by hand. See
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5 We invite all our old friends to W. 1st Ave. next to University
dally all
p.m. or day Sat and
House trailer 1962 two bedroom,
Branch Post Office.
(M-135-tf-c .
Sun. (A-142-lt-p). come and see us. (M-139-tf-c).
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Village, Lot 26. Must sell. (A- I F For Rent I IAIRCONDI1.rr payment. Small weekly monthly DARE to
141-6t-c). payment. H & H Motors, 1636S. studyagriculture
E. 3rd Ave. 372-3749. (G394tc -
SEWING MACHINE -Automatically >NED Attractiveclean ).
makes fancy stitches. 1963 quiet room in new home. V -
model Zig-Zag.Blind hems,darns, Ideal for study, kitchen privileges. 1961 Ducati, 98 cc, 125 mpg; at needsBy
weaves, monograms, sews on but- 372-8944 or 372-3102. (B-142- Pi Kappa Phi House or call Bob
tons, makes buttonholes. No attachments U-c). after 6:00. FR 2-6078. (G-141-
necessary. Set in airplane 2t-c).
LIZ BREWER "We must be concerned not only
type portable case with all AIR-CONDITIONED efficiency
controls. Full price $50 cash or apartments for ni-B term. Suit- 1955 Buick Special, V 8, radio Staff Writer with matters of agricultural pro-
duction, but with the ultimate
payments of $7.00 per mo. FR- able for 2 or 3 people, $70 per & heater red and black. A stealat use
22051. (A-141-2t-c). month at 1829 N. W. 2nd Ave. $225. Contact D. Berrier at UP age men are teaming up with of our commodities as well.
Suitable for 3 4 FR 25461. (G-140-3t-c). industry leaders and farmers to
or at
8' x 43' Hick's Trailer with 11'x people boom agriculture into Dr. York said the I key to development -
1518 a $1.5 -
N. 4th
30' cabana. Air conditioned. W. Ave., $100 per of the industry is con-
Industry by 1975.
month. Call FR 6-4353
Fenced yard. Archer Road Vil- after stant reappraisal of the problemand
six. (B-142-tf-c DARE (Developing
lage. Thomas G. Stewart. FR ) Car Rental -j J Agricultural Resources Effectively potentials for each segmentand
67317. (A-137-St-c). commodity.The .
For June 1st or before Will ), the program involves a com-
Colt 38 Super Automatic and one have comfortable and convenient ECONO-CAR prehensive study of Florida agri- conference, praised by Secretary -
puts you In the driv- of
Agriculture Orville
Norelco Transistor Tape Recorder efficiency apartment also culture, both present and future,
; pleasant er's seat for
$3.99 plus 9f Freeman will be in
per session for
; also records. 3767947. (A- suite of rooms for 2 quiet males. mile per 12 hour commodity by commodity.Dr. .
day. An extra two months and draw
140-2t-c). Apply 321 S. W. 13th St. across dollar for 24 hours. FR E. T. York, Provost for agricultural
6-3644. leaders from all parts of the state.
Agriculture said the
Itttatltrll U from study also involves -
campus no car nt'eded.B142ltc CN-142-lt-c).
HEELS put on in 5 minutes ( ). the need for trained man- Nine commodity conferences
SOLES put on in I IS minutes power to serve Florida's growing covering every agricultural pro-
-- .-... --- WANTED: 5 students to rent a I ] agricultural program and the implementation duct of significance are being held
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across From 1 1st notional dankLAST 1694. (B-141-3t-c). CB 4 BR, 2 bath home. Sepa- the demand for agricul- findings of committee analysis on
rate workshop. Convenient to tural products steadily increasing, commodities in the state.
Available June 1st 2 BR Air- University. Occupancy Sept. 1st. and the unique resources Florida Major problems to be discussed
< conditioned apartment. Phone 372- Price $21,500. Terms arrangedby has for agricultural development, include decrease In available farm
TIMES TODAY 0481, Mr. Kaplan, for information. owner. Phone 372-7658 after we are confronted with a great land, an increase In citrus produc-
(B-141-tf-c). 5 p.m (I-141-3t-c). challenge," he said. "We must tion, and the expansion of the forest -
_ I BEST PICTURE of 1963 "MMWIPII '!" *. ... take all possible steps to realizeour Industry.

..,Iin Film FNtlv.lIj l Two rooms furnished motel type, Law Professor selling spacious maximum potential for development Featured as speakers are Gov.
ground floor, refrigerators. Two 3 bedroom home, Study,1-1/2 bath, ." Farris Bryant, Congressman D.R.
blocks from air-conditioned library attic fan, built in drawers, vanity (Billy) Matthews, and Assistant
near most colleges and and much storage. $80 per month Union offers Secretary of Agriculture Dr.Niles
all practical requirements. Sum- many extras,negotiate equity FR- C. Brady.
mer rates. 6-6494. (B-136-8t-c). 6-2775. 1062 N. E. 14th Ave. (I-
134-tf-c). etching classA ,d4 Worrt.Hd
Two apartments for rent 1/2
block from campus. Air condi- special class on aluminum 1NL&Ii
tioned, Danish modern furniture, I I etching will be held in the Craft
)i" 1 bedroom, kitchen equipped. Call Shop of the Florida Union, Wednesday -
372-6309. (B-135-tf-c). Instruction will be given Tonite thru Thursday!III I I
1964, is the 2391st anniver- from 2:30 to 4:30 in the afternoon
Furnished 2 BR apartment. Walk triple-feature of FUNI I
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10:43 Call 372-7658 to see. B-l-H-3t-c-c). memorate the 'event this Thurs- the Craft Shop. Students, fac- see 2 hits late as 9:30
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Golf tourneyThe Gators, Seminoles split series j

UF golf course proved to bea
rough one in last week's quail .
fying round for the all-university
competition. Out of a field of 37 The Gator baseballers earned a ley walked, Montgomery tripledand field to drive In McBryde with the Seminoles with a 21-10 mark. (
players, only Jin. Carleto, Phil split in their big series with tough Shannon hit a fly to drive In winning run. The two teams will engage In a f
Scrafford, and John Haynic man- Florida State at Tallahassee this Montgomery.The The split upped the Gator season big three-game series at Gainesville -
aged to get into the 70's. The weekend, winning the first encoun- Saturday ray was a wild record to 20-10 and. leaves the this weekend.
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ter 6-2 and and affair which g' ":' y- "
greens were thick with aeriation dropping the second wooly saw the Ga-
holes and fertilizer, which made 4-3 in 13: innings. tors leading 32tolng/ into the
putting very difficult. Play shouldbe Junior Danny Eggart hurled a bottom of the ninth inning.
back to normal for this week's fine four-hitter at the Seminoleson Seminole shortstop Larry John-
round. Friday afternoon en route to son, however, sent the game Into
The results of the qualifying picking up his eighth victory of extra Innings by blasting a Charlie -
round are as follows: the season, against four defeats. Anderson fast ball over the wall
CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT The Gators scored three runs for a homerun.

Scrafford 75; Haynic 78;Carleto in the first Inning to give Eggartall
79; Nuetzal 81; Grant 81; Ekstein the help he vded.! i
82; Arnold 83; Gabbert 85; Hughes Don Pendley ltd off by reaching Both teams missed scoring opportunities s. _
86; Boaz 86; Ayair 86; Boyd 87; base safely on an error. Jim In the first few extra : .
Hoover 88; Martin 89; Menendez Duncan was issued a free pass, frames until the Seminoles finally ,
89; Benz 89. and both scored on Earl Mont- tallied in the bottom of the 15th.
FIRST FLIGHT gomery's single and a Seminole Monty McBryde led the Inning
Hecky 91; Hines 91; Jackson 91; field miscue. Dave Porter then off with a walk and Gary Nichols
Stanfield 92; Pretz 94; Erickson singled in Montgomery for the third sacrificed him to second.

94; Kopecky 94; Catledge 96; Wilson score of the Inning.Consecutive nTS
98. singles by Mont-
SECOND FLIGHT gomery, Bill Blomgren, and Ron Relief hurler Adrian Zabala,who
Creese with another had come In during the ninth Inning -
Krassy 100; Edwards 102; Carley error -
thrown In produced the fourth then late n t1 0 n a 11 y passed
103; Root 106; Williams 107; Mil ,
ler 109; Matzkanin 113; Floyd 114; Gator run In the eighth inning. Johnson to get at Randy Drown, a
Susklnd 116; Brown 127; Johanssen The Gators added two more runs substitute sophomore hitting a
146. In the top of the ninth when Pend- meager .111 and playing In the place

.,. of injured Ken Suarez. -"" ..... .' .............. --
"" "aetswf.'MtMO.X ri'iS.d6YXi -- .--- ..11.'TubbyTuba'in ""., ..".. ._- I Brown crossed the Gator strategy HURLER DANNY EGGART
I however, by singling to right I
I concertA $ .picks up eighth win

I Two UF trackmen score I ITwo

musical narrative,"Tubby the W. Bowles Include two nes con- members of the Florida Bill Roberts ran the 440-yard meet record was 55.1 seconds set
Tuba," a high light especially temporary compositions for band. track team were medal winners In Intermediate hurdles for his first by Ron Abolwlch of Georgia Techin
for children, will be featured selection The "Fantasia" is written by Vit- the Georgia AAU meet Saturday time and set a school and meet 1960.
at the Twilight Concerton torio Ginnini, Head of the Ford night in Atlanta. record of 54.3 seconds. The oldII Scot 1 lager pole vaulted 14 feet
the Plaza of the Americas by Foundation Composers' Project. for fourth place. lie won his heat,
the Gator Summer Band Wednes- The other, "Miniature Set," Is by In the high hurdles and was thirdIn
day at 6:45 p.m. the head of the music theory department the finals with 15.0.
Gerald Forbes, a graduate stu- Donald White.at De Pauw University, II GATOR SPORTS ] The meet featured Bob Hayes of
dent in Florida A&M. Ho won the 100
speech, will narrate the
story, with Hampton Huckins per- Overture for the evening is the yard dash in 9.4 seconds and anchored -
forming the solo tuba part. Huck- well known "Zampa,'' by Herold. 'I the winning 440-yard relay.
ins is a fifth year engineering stu- The Fangkiser setting of "A He ran the third leg of the winning
dent whose musical arrangementsfor Mighty Fortress Is Our God," r Baby Gators set schedule mile relay In 47.2'seconds.. Jerry ._

dance band have also been per- Mozkowski's -Bolero," "Royal Smith anchored Auburn's mile relay -
formed on the campus. Hall Suite," by Healey Willan; selections vine time with a 46.8 quarter mile.
from Rodgers' and Hart's Florida's freshman football Nov. 14. Copley Vickers, of Tennessee,
Miss Leah Russell flutist will musical f team will open Its 1964 scheduleat The Baby Gators face Miami won the mile in record time of
comedy "The Boys From |
home against FSU Oct. 24 there on Oct. 30 In the annual 4:11.9 and Don Pinkston of the
also appear as a soloist with the Syracuse," and standard marches ,
Gator Athletic Director Ray Kiwanis Charity Game and meet Knoxvllle Track Club took the
band, playing Osterling's "Be- make up the rest of the program.
guine For Flute." Graves announced today. Georgia In Athens, Nov. 6. two-mile in 9:18.6. Vic Kelly,
Other selections scheduled for The concert is open to the pub- The Baby Gators will play four Complete 1964 Baby Gator foot- ,of WoodlawnllighSchoolllirming-
performance by conductor Richard llc without charge. games, two at home and two on ball schedule: ham, ran 9:25 for fifth place.
the road. In addition to FSU, Saturday, Oct. 24 -- FSU In Another high school boy from
Coach Dave Fuller's team will face Gainesville, 2 p.m., Friday, Oct. Georgia set a state record of 1:56.8in
Auburn's Baby Tigers: InGstinps- 30 -- Miami In Miami, 8 p.m., the afternoon In a high school
1 Friday, Nov. 6 -- Georgia in meet and won his heat of the half
Scientist to take post hereDr. UF signs 3UF Athens, 2 p.m., Saturday, Nov. mile in 1:55.6, but failed to placeIn
14 -- Auburn in Gainesville, 2p.m. the meet.

Bernard M. Leadon, senio. gas dynamics and heat transfer- has signed three state athletes Delicatessen-Dining Room*Gourmet Shop
staff scientist with General Dynamic ence. He taught for 12 years at to swimming scholarships,
Corporation's Convair gen- the University of Minnesota while head coach Bill Harlan announced
eral office in San Diego, Calif., principal investigator for contract today
will become UF's research pro- research In experimental aero- Marian's signees are Pete Sengof
fessor or aerospace July 1. thermodynamics. He has been with Leesburg High School, Joe
Convair since 1957. Scafutl of Jacksonville's AlfredI.
The 46-year" old native Minnesotan DuPont High School and diver
Is the author of 28 techni-
lie received his undergraduate Mark Montgomery of Gainesville
articles and his research
training in mathematics from the High School.
specialties include turbulent- College of St. Thomas in 1938. "We are happy these outstanding
boundary-layer problems and His master of science in aero- young swimmers have chosen to
transpiration cooling:,both Important "
space engineering and doctor of come to Florida, said Harlan.
in space-age research.Dr. philosophy in fluid mechanics degrees "They are all ,exceptional pros-

Leadon Is a visiting professor were awarded by the Uni- pects.
In graduate cow ses at San versity of )Minnesota in 1942 and All three boys will enroll at
Diego State College in the area of 1955 respectively. Florida In September of this year. ....
I .0 Italian Cuisine.Salad 8. Sandwich Cold Plates
c Hard-To-Find Gourmet Dishes
Swim lessons TennisTennis
Chopped Chicken Livers*Tiny? Whole Stuffed Egg Plants

Offered free Balls (Pennsylvania-Dunlop-Bancroft) DESSERTS

Tennis Rackets (Bancroft 8. Dunlop) French I Ice Cream Germantown Cheesecake
Swimming Instructions are oelng
offered by the College of Physical Presses 24-HOUR. RESTRINGING SERVICE I a Pies Ala Mode (French Ice Cream) '"

Education and Health, Monday Covers .
through Friday, from 12 to 1 p.m.
Shorts for Men by Fred Perry
at University Pool.. Carmanella'sAlways
Shorts 8. Skirts far Ladies
Faculty, staff, University students -

and their wives or husbandsare tfJ qr/M' t (ff' ..
eligible. There Is no chargeto
faculty and students. All others Jimmie Hughes Sporting Goods

must pay a fee of$2. 'J'hosewtshlng Available: Matzo Ball Soup. Take Out Service

to participate should go to Room university Avenue FRanklin 2-8212 706 West University Avenue '
1U3 W. .
135, Florida Gym, for tickets. For
Information, call ext. 2315.


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1\\, Extension/ service celebrates 50th. I


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By ED BARBER ment of Agriculture, developed a
Staff Writer 70-acre demonstration plot on a
From instructions for making farm in Texas. The beginning of _
avocado ice cream or selecting the extension wor!- In Florida was In ad : i
best cut of steak to technical aspects 1908, under tt supervision of the ,,,
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p of the modern-day farm, the General Educational Board and the %
UF Agricultural Extension Service immediate direction Knapp The er'
offers thousands of aids to the success that the extension work met dr.,1 i'w. .
public. with brought about the passing of '
For 50 years, the U. S. Cooperative the Smith-Lever Act of May, 1914. The-Taste Test was an important ;;of the 1914 citrus seminar
Extension Service has The passing of this act gave birth I
been giving aid to people throughout to the Cooperative Extension Ser-
the United States. The UF' vice, the 50th anniversary of which
Extension Service is a part of .., fA' A.Lii. the few which attended then the
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that aid. ,.,"'#, number has grown to 400 at this
Help from the UF Extension : annual meeting
Service Is available to farmer, Different phases of 4-H Club
housewife, consumer, gardner. work today include contests and
in fact, to almost everyone, from achievement days. The contestsare
every walk of life. Not only do held for swine, dairy, corn,
they personally assist many thou- and poultry projects. Another feature
sands, each one of us is Indirectly of club work is the judging
dependent upon their skills. contest. Each year,several teams
Their work of spreading the compete in judging the quality of

tremendously complex knowledge i w, ,P farm products.
involved in modern Agricultureputs Florida's 4-H camping program
actual food on our tables. r f h rea1My N, 3 began in 1917. Today, Florida has
Through their help and the skill five district 4-H camps. Last year
of today's farmer, we eat better 6,000 members spend a week at a
than ever before, and at lower 4-H camp.
prices, with smaller acreage and Enrollment in girls' clubs has
labor force involved In food pro- grown from 500 In 1912 to more
duction. than 28,000 in 1964. The numberof
"Florida agriculture is a basic __ __ __. ____nm_ _. n ___n__. _._.,,____.__ boys enrolled has been Increased

industry, and a basic resource of the 1900's. from 935 in 1914 to over 18,000
Tractor demonstration on the UF campus in early
the state," said Dr.M.O. Watkins, this year.
director of the UF Extension Service HOME DEMONSTRATION"Home
"The development of FloridaIs the university Is now celebrating. Besides all this, there is the per- With the passage of the Smith- Demonstration work or
in a large part, dependent upon The Extension Service is giant ,sonal contact of county and home Lever Act, the boys' and girls' Home economics has grown intoa
', the development of our agriculture.And adult educational system. In the demonstration agents and their agricultural clubs became a partof science," said Mrs. Josephine
we of the extension service, 50 years of Its service, a cooperative staffs. the established program. The McSwlne, Alachua home demon-
are responsible for helping to expand educational system for The university's first directorof Corn and Tomato Clubs quickly stration agent. "It's concerned
agriculture." working with men and women,boys extension was Dean P. II.Rolts, grew beyond their original shape. with the business of the home. .
EXTENSION'S GOLDENANNIVERSARY and girls, Interested in farm, rural In 1914. He was succeeded in 1921 Pig Clubs were started in 1916. the greatest business in the
and urban life has developed. It by Dr. Wllmon Newell, who re. The clubs enrolled 652 boys the world."
"What a man hears, he may Imparts education outside of the mained director until his death in first year. Other fields of farm The Home Demonstration pro-
doubt; classroom. .on the farm and in 1943. The next director was A. P. activity were added, until in 1939 gram began about 1903 as the WOe
What he sees, he may pos- the home. It Includes 4-H, home Spencer, who retired In 1947. He the 4-H Club projects covered men's counterpart to the early
sibly doubt; demonstration clubs and other or was followed by H. G. Clayton. practically all phases of agricul- Farm Demonstration work. This
But what he does himself, he ganizations. Watkins, the present director,was ture.Over new type teaching for the farmer
cannot doubt. Information is extended throughout appointed when Clayton retired In the years there has beena soon led to a similar type of work
These words were once said by the state by bulletins and other 1956. gradual change in the concept and for women and girls in the farm
Dr. Seaman A. Knapp, the"Fatherof publications, training schools and HEAD, HEART, HAND philosophy of 4-H Club work. In home.
Extension Work." In 1903, clinics, TV programs and films, AND HEALTH the beginning the emphasis was entirely Demonstration work in the South
Knapp, through the U. S. Depart- along with radio and newspapers.t. Youth work in 4-H began in on production. The goal was prior to 1914 was largely financedby
t Florida in 1909, when Dean J. J. to help youth produce material funds assigned by the General
Vernon, UF College of Agriculture wealth. As club work matured,the Education Board of the Bureau of
!S A 1 organized farm boys into Corn emphasis was put on the growth Plant Industry of the Departmentof
Clubs under the Farm Demonstration of the individual. physically, Agriculture. These funds were
Program. 935 boys were enrolled mentally, socially and spiritually.The supplemented by funds provided
in the various clubs during first boy's 4-H Short Coursewas
held at UF in 1916. From ( ,
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concerned with rural families and county agent might as well go about

(Continued from Page 10)) their needs Dut today, there is his business elsewhere

nut the county agents kept trying
within the states. Home Demon- no limit on help to homemakersof

startion Work, which began in all levels and income groups, and demonstrating and winningover
whether she is of the penthouseset InClue'ntiallocalleaders. And
Florida in 1912, was financed first
today, the extension idea has become -
by such funds. or lives in a small shack,
such that it Is
a success
From 1912 to 1917,Home Demon- said Mrs. McSwine.
COUNTY AGENTS being Imitated all over the world.
stration work In Florida grewsteadily
"The County Agent carries the
in the number of agents "Since 1915 County Agents have
carried much of the responsibilityof resjonslblllty for providing lea-
Aai employed and the counties reached.
dership, whether it's In the area
farmers and ranchersin
Poultry became a definite part of assisting
; the program, and a woman poultry agricultural production, mar- of agricultural production or In"

specialist was employed to help keting and conservation of natural overall community development,

the county workers. Food production resources,"' said Wilburn Farrell, Farrell continued.
"It's no longer possible or prac-
Alachua County Agent.
in terms of both economy and
tical for an agent to devote full
health was stressed. "The role of the Cooperative Extension -
time to farming problems. Con-
"Our work now covers eight Agent has grown and changed -
the needs of our people siderable time and thought goes
as grow
areas of family living,, in which
every homemaker in any locationand and change. Some aspect of Ex- into helping our urban people find
solutions to their problems, manyof
tension work touches every citizenof
with families of any size are
which are not even remotely
aided Mrs. McSwlne continued. Florida. Even the citizensof
"These areas are consumer edu- booming cities are faced with the connected with agriculture, he

Behind this 1914 view of velvet beans on the cation, family economy,home man- responsibility of helping guide the said.
66 county agents serve Florida,
Newell Hall.styled agement family life education, growth, maintaining a careful bal-
UF campus can be seen and plus assistant agents and associate
housing and furnishings, health ance between industry agri-
agents A staff of six district
and safety education, foods and culture with the thought toward
agents responsible to the
nutrition, and clothing and tex maintaining our natural resources
tiles." and recreation areas," he said. director of extensionsupervise

Mrs. McSwlne went on to say In the early days of extension these agents.

that whether a homemaker was a service, the county agents were Besides the county agents, a
corps of specialists work at the
single girl, a grandmother, or a called county
I state level. Their duty Is to keep
agents. They were traveling
mother with ten children, the ser-
vices of the Home Demonstrationstaff teachers, moving Into rural areas the county agents up to date on
the latest research and to make
would prove to be helpful. and becoming the local representatives -
recommendations In their fieldsof
n1. "As a part of our program, we of UF.
seek to help wives of foreign The going wasn't easy. Many specialty.
farmers thought that they were The Agricultural Extension Ser
students, working girls, student
vice is administered by a staff
wives, and youth groups,"she said. doing pretty well operating their
headed by the director, who Is
"We are interested In problemsof establishments as had been done
all people of all Income levels. before them. They could see no responsible for administration at
to and thought the both county and state levels
reason change
Years ago, the work was mainly
n EXTENSION"Arrlculture

Ze. Is becoming more
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and more specialized said Watkins -

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4 yy before. We are having to provide

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had one meeting to cover a short

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a short course may run over a

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I other states, and even the world.

beach combing, Unless we can settle some of the
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Trip r concert highlight unofficial week

An unofficial "Summer Inter- cutive, legislative and judicial Admission Is free to everyone.The -- It is the kind of music Cuba Board of International Activities,
national Week" will oe observed branches of the state government, show will be presented bya knew for more than 50 years; the said, "This festival Is, in our
on campus with a trip to Talla- and visit the campus of Florida 140-member group directed by kind of music it does not know opinion, a great contribution of our
hassee Friday for foreign and State University. Busses will Father Jorge Bet.Chabebe. The today; International community to the
American students and a public leave the International Center at group, Including dancers, singers; campus."
folklore festival Saturday. 6 a.m Friday, return around 8 p.m. technicians and a band called'The -- The group will help the Am er- "Personally," said DlegoRo-
Tropicals," has presented showsin lean people understand a country que, In charge"Operation Hous
Florida and overseas. which Is famous for its music, ing" for the group, "I want to see
Reservations for the trip, which
Purpose of the trip Is to acquaint is free, are available from Mrs. among other things. this show because It will take me
foreign students with the American Rosana Laurie in the International According to Piedra, there are back to an epoch which will be partof
form of government. "One way of Center until 5 pm. Wednesday."We at least four reasons for the per- "By showing our art and cultureto me for as long as I live For
developing international under- formance: the world, perhaps then the the public in general It will be
standing is to show foreign studentsour people who have seen it will helpto the manifestation of a heroic peo-
form of government first hand, -- Music, especially folk music, rescue such beauty from the ple, a culture In struggle for sur-
our hospitality," Carlos Piedra, will :accept American stu- is a commo language easily understood hands that have destroyed the efforts vival with a desperate' need of
t Secretary of International Affairs dents too," Piedra said. "We throughout the world; of a great many generations help."
,- in student government, said. feel In this way we will accomplishmuch -- This group will bring that ," said Father Chabebe. Student government Is also spon-
more toward international kind of music to our campus. Samir Rasml, chairman of the soring the program.

"Most of these students will have

leading positions in their countries Students don't vote like county I
someday; this will give them abet- The folklore festival Is entitled
ter impression of this country and
"Remembrance of Cuba," to be

this campus," he said. presented by the Latin American Only a few similarities exist tabulations in state-wide election Both the'county and the students

Club and the Board of International between the voting habits of UF results of the May 5 primaries. favored Sen. Spessard L. Hollandin
Activities Saturday at 8 p.m. in students and the citizens of Ala- his race against Brailey Od-
The students will tour the exe- University Auditorium.
chua County as revealed ham. However the students
through This conclusion Is based on the were
,- totals massed in Alachua County not quite as enthusiastic. Holland
Precinct 31, which is In the Florida carried the county with 69% of the
Union and the totals for the en- total vote cast. lie carried Pre-
__L t iim: : .... I S'C I'1 tirecounty. Such a conclusion must cinct 31 with 57%.

I ):i-:: by REID POOLE, head of UF.music department be qualified not eligible; 1.to vote.Many 2.studentsare Many The students agreed with the

county in the Attorney General'srace
who are eligible vote at home. 3.
Not all students voting in Alachua pitting James Kynes against
Earl Falrcloth. Faircloth
County vote at the Florida Union. received -
Two Only those who live on campus do. 56.0% of the county's vote and
entertaining events coming
56.8, % of the students'.
However, It is the best source
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'two light and entertaining musical events will be and well-balanced program, Including marches, musi- available for judging student atti-
presented on campus this week. The first Is the cal comedy selections, and the Fantasia for Band" tudes In such an election.In In the governor's race, both
regular Twilight Concert by the Summer Gator Bandon by the contemporary American composer, Vittorio state-wide front-runners trailed
the Plaza of the Americas Wednesday evening, Giannini. Tuesday's vote for governorin their total vote in Alachua Countyand
May 27, at 6:45. The second Is an unique event, Also programmed Is "On The Esplanade," a com- the Democratic primary, Ala- among the students. Haydon
"Remembrance of Cuba," to be presented In Univer- position which Is, Itself, a nostalgic commentary on chua County's first choice was Burns received 27.5% of the total
sity Auditorium Saturday evening, May 30, at 8:00 outdoor band concerts; It includes fragments of Jacksonville Mayor Haydon Burns; vote cast across the state. He
at the Florida Union Burns tied
o'clock. concert-In-the-park favorites from Beethoven's Fifth nearly matched that jn Alachua
"Remembrance of Cuba" Is a program of music Symphony to the William Tell Overture all done up with Fred O. Dickinson as thestudents' County, receiving 27.2%. However,
"Aid dance! of Cuba, designed not only to entertain with a good sense of musical: humor last choice. The entire the students at'the Florida Union
.. but also to Instruct and preserve the Cuban cultural line-up for Alachua County reads, gave him only 6.3%. Robert'King
Performers for the show from Miami. In order, from first to last; Burns,
heritage. are LOOKING AHEAD High won 18.2% of the state's votes.
They are brought to the campus under the sponsorshipof Sen. John Mathews, Sen. Scott This county gave High 14.7% of
Edward Troupin violin and Carolyn Troupin Kelly, Miami Mayor Robert King
Student Government. Arrangements for the pre- Its vote. The students cast 16.2%
sentation are under the auspices the LatinAmericanClub piano, will present a Chamber Music Concert in the High, Dickinson and Rep. Fred, of their votes for Burns' second
and the Lyceum Council. air-conditioned Medical Center Auditorium on Tues- Karl. The students' order of primary opponent.
There Is no charge for either of the above events, day, June 2, at 8:15 p.m. The Troupins have pro- preference Is quite different:
and everyone Is cordially invited to attend. There are grammed violin and piano sonatas by Handel, Cesar Mathews, High, Karl, Kelly, Dick-
no tickets or reserve seats for "Remembrance of Franck, and Paul Hlndemith.A inson and Burns.In Totals In the governor's race
at the Florida Union were influenced
TUBBY TilE TUBA PROPOS OF ORMANDY the Republican primary vote by the strong showing thereof
Hampton Hucklns, a senior in engineering from When Eugene Ormandy paused In obvious irritation for Governor, HOlley led both In the Sen.John Mathews, who received
Miami, will be the tuba soloist when the Gator Summer after the first brief movement which opened last county and among the students. 46.9% of their votes. Mathews
Band presents the famous musical story, "Tubbythe Wednesday's Philadelphia Orchestra concert Flori- Foster was second and Folks, received 22,4%of Alachua County's
Tuba," on Its Wednesday evening plaza concert. da Gymnasium, it was not because of the noise of third, for the county while the stu- votes but managed only a 12.3%
Written by George Klelnslnger, "Tubby" has becomea fans or air-conditioning but because the spotlights dents reversed these two. showing state-wide.
"classic" In musical stories for children. The were shining In the players' eyes. The light controlsare
narrator for Wednesday's presentation Is Mr. Gerald at the other end of the audience: area, some
Forbes of the Department of Speech; Forbes has distance from the stage area, so that it took a long .CtfoMP CJtcMP
been known to campus audiences for his work as few moments to get the offending spots turned off. ENJOY A PROFITABLE CHcMP CHoM\ CrtoMP
piano accompanist for the University Choir. Sexagenarian Ormandy was more bothered himselfby
the heat and by the obvious discomfort the sweat- SUMMER CHoMP CHoMrll
FLUTE SOLOIST Ing players before him, than by. the noise of the air-

Leah Russell, of Miami, Florida, will play the solo conditioning and blower system. lie preferred to have NATIONAL PUBLISHERIS
role In the band presentation of "Beguine for Flute"by the noise of the fans with what cooling they could TO WORK SEEKING NEAR REPS HOME
Eric Osterling. Miss Russell plays not only her accomplish, even though the ambient noise was OR IN COLLEGE AREA
solos from memory but also memorizes all of the louder than some of the soft passages In the music.
parts which she plays In the band, for the very good A large audience was nevertheless thrilled by the TO CONTEST$1000 AWARD WINNER
reason that she Is blind. In high school, Miss Russell performance of a great orchestra. When Ormandywas PLUS OTHER VALUABLE PRIZES
performed with the Concert and Marching Band of asked about a return engagement here, his
Southwest Miami High School and, since coming to disparaging frown and gesture spoke more than his IN REMARKABLE ADDITION INCOME TO THE
the University of Florida, has also marched In the brief words: "Not until there Is a better place to YOU CAN EARN
4 ,.. Gator Marching Band daring football season. play." Someone asked, "May we quote you on that?" CALLING ON
Conductor Richard W. Bowles has chosen a varied Ormandy shot back, "Please do, verbatim." INTERESTED FAMILIES

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