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Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: May 29, 1964
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e 2_The Florida Alligator Friday May 29, 1964 I

_r I Lovaltv Fund Drive set

I If will be selected by versity needs for which
next week The UF Alumni Association Recipients no le*..
opens < scholarship and outstanding "Contribution to the
good annual
Drive June 1 with a 1964-65 goalof Lov*
$,:2 $200,000 from 10,000 contribu- leadership ability. alty Fund Drive makes the con.
"Tennessee Williams Is the leading! American Continuing loyalty fund projects tributor a member of the TJF

playwright. There is no question about It. No other tors.Retired Army General James A. include Dollars Scholars,which Alumni Association we do not

playwright has his stature in the American theatre," s Van Fleet of Polk City and ByronE. has made available more than

according to Dr. August W. Staub. Herlong of Leesburg head the have a dues system "
Williams' play "Summer and Smoke" is the next Alumni Loyalty Fund Committee.The Bill A.
$1,700,000 In loans to deserving Fleming, Executive
production, running June 3-6, of Florida Players.Dr. drive initiates a new project students during the six years it the Association said. Secretary Of
Staub, the director, recommends the show further, called CLASP--coordinated local
has been In operation. Others are Individual alumni
stating, "This is probably Williams' best play. It Is alumni scholarship program-.to clubs throughout .
acquisitions for the Uni- the association
tightly written and contains his most interesting provide 100 scholarships of $250 special will conduct
Library and an unrestricted the Loyalty Fund
versity Drive in
rhythms. The play has less sentimentality than some each to entering students at the their
fund to handle emergency uni- area.'Fanny'.
of his other works. UF.
"Summer and Smoke" will be more of an actors'

show than many of the recent Florida Players pro- coed ? reviewA
ductions. Linda Lashbrook, as Alma and Steve Malin You nervous,
as Dr. John will be portraying more than one emotional book review of "Fanny Hill

dimension. On the surface they are two characterswho How nervous should a coed be when walking alone on campus at night? or the Memoirs of a Woman ofPleasue"
miss one another. Underneath they are two people "Fhe shouldn't be nervous at all," says Lt. Vernon Holllman of cam- will be given by Dr.
that miss themselves. The script, a come'iatIon pus police. "A coed Is probably safer on campus than If she were on Thomas Preston Tuesday, June
of reading and acting versions, the fragile love storyIn her own hometown street." 2, at 8:15 p.m. in the Florida
counterpoint. Heightening the contrast of charactersare Lt. Holliman cites that there has been no confirmed case of a girl Union Auditorium.
the dramatic accidents which form and force the being physically harmed from assault since the university became The review is sponsored by the
plot. "The whole play is a series of Othello's hand- co-educational. Florida Union Forums Committeeand

kerchiefs," Staub said. In addition to the regular watchmen, a foot patrolman is on duty Is open to the public.
The most unique element of the production is the near the dorms and libraries from 9 p.m. to early morning he said.A .
set designed by Henry Swanson. Dr. Staub calls the at should from dark corners I
girl walking alone late night stay away Heat Wave
set "the most unusual,in terms of proscenium staging, Hop'"Heat
and blind spots. If molested or bothered, she should keep calm and
that has been tried here or probably anywhere else." involved Holllman advised.
get an accurate description of the person Wave Hop" Is the Florida
The and extend into the first
ramps platforms The only Incident in which coeds were molested occurred last tri- Union Dance Committee's
three of the audience in order to destroy the theme
rows mester, Holliman remarked. A boy would jump from behind a tree, tonight, 8-12 at the Club Rendezvous
absolute that Is Inherent in proscenium staging.
space grab a passing girl, and run off. "Even though he stopped, we never .
The show be said to be ultra-realistic as the
can "
caught the boy because there wasn't a good description of him. Emce at the dance will be Stu
20th Century motifs of relativism and simultaneityare
the basic factors in the design. There is no Bowers of WDVH. Students, fac-
Part-time work is 'up1Spring ilty and staff with ID'S
absolute definition of space in the setting and several rited.
events can occur simultaneously in different areas.
Another striking feature of this experimental set is is a time for fun and Student jobs range from life-
Its plasticity of form, which allows for very fluid sunshine, but it is more than this guards, waiters and busboys to Lost and foundThe

movement. The design demonstrates the complexityof for many students now attendingthe waitresses, salesgirls, and nurse- Mens President's Council
the internal and external relationships of the UF and working at part-time maids. Girls find part-time jobs will hold a Lost and Found Sale
characters.By Jobs. easiest If they have had sales experience next Tuesday June 2, at 4:30 p.m.
putting the set In the middle of the audience, "Part-time employment is up In clothes or makeup. In the Information Booth across
several different points of view are given as in an 15 per cent," says Richard John- Full-time jobs are still hard to from the Hub. Items to be sold
arena theatre. This lends itself to the goal of the son, registrar. "Students are able get. The Placement Center has Include raincoats, umbrellas,
production. That is to achieve different maximum to combine education and earnings been notified of all jobs available, books, watches, jewelery and var-
impacts to different parts of the audience.A when they are taking less hours." but there are not many offered ious other articles of clothing.

brief visit to rehearsals of "Summer and Smoke" -
will supply ample evidence that the presentation is '

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29,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3

I AA request postponed for more informationBy I

. JOHN HANCOCK letic Association could be made to be difficult if not Impossible.It Other Council action approved a see how our government was run.
Staff writer cooperate with the council. $341 request for funds by the Board Earlier discussion as to the
Blain moved that the Council was then moved and secondedto of International Activities to send benefit of the trip to the UF did
. legislative postpone discussion on the allocation 74 international students to Tallahassee not materialize: on the floor.
Council adjourn and
opinion over reconvene as a com-
the approval of Athletic Assoclat mittee of the whole to discuss the until the next meeting and Carlos Pledra, Sec-
t tion's the secretary was Instructed to retary of International Affairs and Woraens' Student Association's
proposed budget was question Informally. The motion
send letter to the Athletic Association board told the request for $380 was also
split when the Council met Tuesday passed and Blain suggested that a spokesman for ap-
night. Inasmuch as the Council had no informing them of the Council that these students, the proved. The majority of this money

t Skip Havlser of VOTE Party say in the Athletic Association bud- Council's position and asking for future leaders of their respective goes toward the WSA publication,
more specific information. countries, would Ret a chance to Coedlkette.
objected that the Council had no get, It should be withdrawn from

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;t spent and Buddy Blain, also of the Council. ." ,.. .. '". BOOK REVIEWS "'", ,. "' "
r VOTE, added that the Council Thompson objected to this idea I
should not continue to act as a because other organizations with Maxine's sfepp/ng-sfone to fame I IMY

rubber stamp for the Administration. large budgets, for example, the
Board of Student Publications and
Dick Thompson, VOTE floor Lyceum Council, might then seekto AUNT MAXINE, by Diana Forbes Robertson who was very nearly as great as she thought she was.
leader, Initially moved that the remove their allocations from (Viking $7.50)): A tribute to a valiant and wonderful THE BIG KNIVES, by Bruce Lancaster (Atlantic-

budget be approved and Earl Bar- Council scrutiny, thus reducing person -- Maxine Elliott, a trans-Atlantic star who Little, Brown $5.95): A novel of the valiant frontiersmen -
ket Gator floor student hated the theater but used It as a stepping-stone who marched In 1778-79 with George Rogers
Party leader,seconded power In these areas.
the motion. The difference Barker rose to a point of Infor- to fortune and fame. Clark, one of the most-deserving and least remem-

did not follow party lines. All mation and told the representatives Miss Elliott established herself as a star througha bered of America's great generals.

those opposed to passage of the that the Athletic Associa- conventional progression In the theater. Her main Clark, although barely 25, launched one of the most

motion were members of VOTE tion's budget was drawn up on an triumphs were scored in the United States, where she successful campaigns ever fought against the Indians
Party. annual basis and that discussionof began life as Jessie Dermot of Rockland, Maine, but who were harassing America's western frontier'and

Thompson urged passage on the the summer allocation Indepen- the first time she saw England she knew her heart the British who were supplying them.

basis of his opinion that the Ath dent of the entire .budget would was really there. He understood that the proper way to counter the
Indians' guerrilla tactics was to strike at the British
She was married twice, to a New York lawyer and
I bases that supplied them
minor political figure named George MacDermott and
Clark never managed to muster the 500 men he
to Nat C. Goodwin, a famous turnofthecenturycomedian.
estimated he would need to eliminate Detroit, in
those days the center of the British spider web. He
lr Neither marriage worked very well,and Miss Elliott
uI bore no children.As was able, however, to daunt many an Indian by a showof
force at lesser and to halt British
objectives a
Goodwin's leading lady and as a star In her
own right, Miss Elliott was able to accumulate capital drive on Pittsburgh.
With 177 militiamen whom he called "the
which enabled her to quit the theater at a fairly Virginia
Illinois detachment of the western American army,"
early age.Rumor.
Clark was able In 1778 to take the predominantlyFrench

has connected Miss Elliott with almost every towns of Kaskaskia, Cahokia and Vlncennes
prominent man of her era, but her own New England without firing a shot.

discretion makes it difficult to determine which if Late that year, the British retook Vlncennes. Clark,

any of her relationships ever exceeded conventional acknowledging that anybody would be "coon-cub-:

bounds. crazy" to try it, led a bare 130 men over 170 miles

The number of wealthy and prominent men who undoubtedly of flooded prairie, swamp and river (through water

I found her a stimulating companion Included seldom less than ankle-deep) and bluffed British Col.

King Edward VII, Winston Churchll and miscellaneous and Lt. Gov, Henry Hamilton into surrendering a stout

nobel types including at least two earls, Roseberryand fort and a potentially superior force.
1. I've been lot of 2. As of
a thought recipients a college
giving Curzon, who asked her to marry them.("No, Lancaster fleshes out the bare bones of history
to the future-career-wise and education, I feel it is incumbent
goal-wise. upon us to work in areas which thanks ever so," said Miss Elliott). with a fictional story of Markham Cape, a merchant-
allow us to make a contribution Miss Forbes-Robertson, private life Mrs.Vincent adventurer virtually shanghaied by the Kaskaskia expedition
I've been pretty busy working to society. (Jimmy) Sheehan, has done a brilliant Job of mergingher and his decreasingly eager demands for
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4 The Florida Alligator FridayMay 29,1964'

Nehru mourned t K-9h

by Indians here tp h ;


By Members of the On the night of August 14, 1947, 1
UF India Club India was free. The dream had
come true. But It was only the
"The Prime Minister Is no beginning of a long and unceasing
more. The life Is out. The lightis struggle for the economic eman-
out" Thus Informed Mr. Sub- cipation of the Indian masses.
hramanium, the minister for steel Conscious of the tasks that faced
of the government of India, a the new nation, Nehru said, "That
sobbing parliament and a distressed future (free India) Is not one of bAT
nation that Jaw ah a rial the ease or resting but of Incessant -
Nehru had passed Into history. striving. The service of
Jawaharlal Nehru was born In India means the service of the 7. f iro ( 3 }6 Y
Allahabad on November 14, 1889 millions who sulfv r. It means the r
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in an aristocratic family. His ending of poverty and ignoranceand
father, Pandit Motilal Nehru, was disease and Inequality of opportunity I
one of the leading lawyers of ."
India. The young Jawahar was From this moment on till his
I early Introduced to the European death, he applied himself with unflagging -

tutors.liberal tradition At the age through of 16 In foreign 1905, these determination tasks. Under and his vigorto guid- India receives; condolences/ / I IThe

he sailed to England where he ance India,formerly divided among
attended Harrow and Cambridge. the British and more than 600
In the Summer of 1912, he was princely states, was united. Per-
called to bar and the same year haps his most significant achieve- University India Club held a has come to an end. we lived "We, the members of the Indl;
he returned to India. ment was leading India on the path meeting Wednesday at 8 p.m. In too close to this great Soul-pan- Club at the University of Florida
In April 1919, an orgy of riot- of democracy. lie syntheslsed In Florida Union to mourn the loss dit Jawaharlal Nehru to realizehis deeply mourn his loss and offei
of Prime Minister Jawaharlal Neh- ideals. our sincere and humble condol
ing and fire culminating In the mas- it the liberal outlook of West
"Born aristocrat educatedat ences to his daughter Shrimat
of an ,
sacre unarmed Indians at Jal- with Gandhi's moral philosophy. ru.Col.
lianwallah Bagh, shook the con- Expressing his faith In the Indi- G. A. Farris, the Foreign Harrow and Cambridge, it Is Indira Gandhi and family and th
science of the nation. Pandit vidual, he wrote, "The real prob- Student Advisor;Dr.D.L.Scudder, an irony to have spent the best President of India.
Motilal Nehru was elected Presi- lems for me remain problems of
dent of the Indian National Con- Individual and social life, of har- head of the religion department;
gress and with him came the younger monious living, or a proper bal- Rev. Robert Scarborough, dIrec- part of his life In jail. Living "We resolve on this day t<
Nehru to the forefront of India's ancing of individual Inner and outer tor, Baptist Students' Center; and during one of the darkest periodsIn carryon his message of peacs
fight for freedom. life." Ken Kennedy, president of the Indian history, when we were and prosperity to men and womei
Mahatma Gandhi, who had by now In his international policy,Nehru student body, addressed the tn ny... under foreign domination, dividedon of all races, religion and culture
become the undisputed spokesmanfor followed a policy of peace and non- bers, expressing their deep sym- race, religion and caste, he "His life Is out, but his light I I
freedom movement, held a alignment between the two armed pathies. moulded our motherland into a shining above us to guide anj
great fascination for Jawaharlaland camps. He stood for the freedomof united India with all Its diversity." follow."
a strong kinship developed between the subject people. He spoke Condolence messages were received -
the two. Writing of this out against racism and atomic from the Gainesville Wo-
relationship, Frank.Moraes observes bombs. Nothing better than the men's Club, Council for Interna-
: "Although Nehru some- following words of his mentor tional Friendship, Baptist Student COOL COMFORTABLE CAREFREEPOPLIN
times subordinated his own Ideasto Mahatma Gandhi sum up the task Center and from several students,
that of Gandhi, his Influence on that he set up for himself: "The faculty members and citizens of
the tempo of the national move- ambition of the greatest men of our Gainesville.The .
ment was considerable and de- generation has been to wipe every Polyester Cotton
cisive." tear from every eye."
The next twenty eight years He Is dead, but his life will following condolence reso- Wash 'n1 Wear
from 1919 1947 were years of continue to guide his beleaguered lution was passed:
valor and hardship for Jawaharlal. people and a strife-town world for "One more of the noblest of
lie spent more than ten of these In 'the years to come. He now belongs God's creations has departed this r-
British jails and even lost his the ages. world. A full and complete life SLACKSCrowdpleasers
wife during one of his terms of ,
Imprisonment.At qt.'f .
the age of forty, he was ,
elected President of the Indian National \' l
Congress. It was under his
presidentship that in 1929, the -U---

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Alligator and its staff sympathyThe extends their sympathy to the nation of r. 0' p"i :N i' 0" N' I I

India, and most especially to those citizens of that nation studying hereat
Nehru.the university, upon the death of their Prime Minister, Jawaharlal I 11 _.1 I m

A fine festivalA Why- be governor..- ,- anyway- ? I

Dy ED BARBER are really fulfilled by the officeof fore, after the last primary, the
good bet for a ood time Saturday night: the Folkloric Festivalat Why would a man want to be the governor? man in office becomes a lame
University Auditorium, sponsored by the International Center, the governor of Florida anyway? what The power of the Florida governor duck, as all the lower officials
Latin American Club, and Student Government. Admission is free, makes all the work Involved In Is not great. lie has the powerto scramble for the new favor.
although Dollars for Scholars gets the proceeds from donations, which being elected worth it? The wishto grant reprieves, suspend some Here we might ask,"Well,where
will be solicited sometime during the evening. Dollars for Scholars become the executive of Florida officials, appoint jobs, veto legis- then does the power lie?" As In
isn't the reason I recommend the festival however; I think the group must stem from either a desire lation and a few other exercisesof most states, it's in the hands of
from Miami will provide excellent entertainment; certainly somethinga for power, prestige, money, a might, but on the whole his poweris the few big-monied fellows, who
little more stimulating than the same old movies, television, beer or springboard Into higher politics,or passed on to the cabinet. Of through lobbyists, preasures and
what-have-you that usually make up a Saturday night In colorful, exciting perhaps even the chance to"servethe course there are thousands of control of public opinion, get a lot
Gainesville. people." Or, more realis- little pressures he may bring if he done from behind the scenes.
tically, some combination these. has a strong organization, and the And "in office" power? Thit.ls
-- John Askins But lust how many of these desires j jI power of veto Is strong, but remember held by the Florida cabinet offi
..no matter what powerhe cials. Although they also only
I U) Got i light, / l I hate to bother you may have, it can only last four serve four year terms, and are
C Lionel ? A) again, Lionel, butit years. The governor cannot succeed elective, they may be reelected.It .
o '-- BLJM went out I himself, and only one Flcrida is a well known fact that once
'-- man in 120 years had enough one of them is In, he is IN. Only
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Q:: tically one-party state, the out- profitable. Not only do their
I come of the Democratic primary salaries run a close second to the
10 Don Addis decides the next governor. There- governor, but some of them receive -

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Aswan High Da:m: Arab symbolAs I annual net once members."gifts"worked to for one used of the to cabi-send

EDITOR: it is closely associated with Arab unity,the High Dam hasa Prestige of the governor? Well,
On the 14th of this month,the United Arab Republic celebrated strong Impact on the policy of neutralism adopted by the appearing in front of elementary
completion of the first stage of the Aswan High Dam startedIn developing countries. Despite the $1 billion supplied by the textbooks, speaking at the Cotton-
1960. When completed, this great irrigation and hydroelectric Russians for construction of the dam, the U.A.R. has never Pickin', Flnger-Llckln', Chicken-
porject will cost $1 billion, the highest for a project of this changed its policy of positive neutrality since 1954. I still Pluckers' annual picnic, and serv-
kind.The remember the strong attack blasted by President Nasser on ing as host to the delegates from
centuries old accustomed course of the Nile, the World's the Soviet Union and Mr. Khrushchev in 1959, when Russia and West Crabtree Jr. High School
longest river, has now been diverted through a canal that has other Communist countries played a major role in Increased PTA is prestige, then he has it.
been dug in the hard granite mountains. The water is flowing Communists activies in Iraq to the extent that they were aboutto And for how long? Four years.As .
through 12 huge tunnels, each 370 yards long, equipped with take over the government of General Kassem. At that timewe far as impressiveness goes,
powerful turbines to generate a tremendous power supply. felt that the Soviet Union would withdraw Its offer, as the like yesterday's newspaper,
The tremendous amount of water that will be conserved by the West did in 1956, to help build the dam. But surprisingly it there's nothing colder than an ex-
dam will help irrigate two million acres of land and make the did not. This showed without any doubt that the High Dam governor.
country agriculturally self sufficient. Industrial developmentis agreement with the Russians was not bound to any political Money? There isn't that much.
one of the goals that will be substantiated by the constructionof or military commitments. It also proved the faith and firmnessof Many state employees are paid
the dam. This will, undoubtedly, boost the economy of the the U.A.R. leaders towards the principles in which all the more. Of course there Is alwaysthe
country and the middle-East. people believe. opportunities in protectingvested t
Besides Its economical significance, the High Dam will be a Fighting Communism is mainly the task of people. Govern- Interests, but does he realty
living monument symbolizing our struggle for freedom and ments alone, especially those who are not supported by their have enough power to even do that?
unity. It also has a strong impact on the Issues of Arab unity own people, have never been able to win the battle against Which is more profitable--to be
and neutralism. Communism. A good example of that is the Baghdad Pact, the head of one of the largest
in which the Iraqi government was amember against the will cities in Florida, for an indefinite
When Egypt was attacked by Britain, France,and the Israelisin of the Iraqi people. This pact was supposed to defend the length of time, it seems, or to be
1956, following the nationalization of the Suez Canal, the Middle-East against Communist aggression, but it was torn the governor for only four years?
unity of the Arab World was proven as a strong fact despitethe apart simply by the Iraqi revolution of 1958. Whay could Higher politics? Unlike the
imperialist-made borders seperatlng them. Oil lines have happened if the Arab people of Iraq were not willing to governor's chair of many states
were blasted in Syria and other Arab states, cutting the vital fight Communism? The answer Is very simple: Iraq, Iran, (such as New York, which has pro-
oil supply of the whole of Western Europe;diplomatic relations and other Middle-Eastern countries could have been under duced several candidates for
were broken between all Arab States and the two invading Communist regimes. So this pact proved a failure in carryingits Preaident), Florida is well known
countries as a protest against the invasion.If prime responsibility. The people who constitute the for not being a stepping stone into
one looks to the situation in the Arab World now, he finds fighting troops of any pact or military agreement should in national politics. In fact, out of
the tension between the Arab States is easing and a more the first place approve such pacts and be absolutely convincedby some 30 Florida executives, only>
realistic approach is being taken towards the issue of Arab what they are going to fight for. four have gone on to higher elec-
unity. The Arab people, being absolutely convinced by their attitude tive offices. The state mansion
unity. towards Communism, have crushed every chance for Com- is almost a big, white sepulchrefor
The task of uniting the Arab States is not an easy one, and it munists to take over in their countries. On the other hand, politicians.
is running its course through hard effort and blood, the sameas the war In South Vietnam Is dragging in favor of the Communistsfor Then why all the shouting? Well,
happened in the United States when it was united. the lack of this initiative among the Vietnamese people. that only leaves public service.
When the day comes for Arab unity, there will be born a new I believe that it pays both East and West very well to accept Therefore the candidates runningfor
nation extending from the Atlantic ocean to the Persian gulf neutralism as a policy for developing countries that will be the highest office in Florida
to revive its glory and to set the basis for a modern Arab effective In buffering world tension and promoting world peace. must be doing It mostly for the
civilization that will contribute much to world's peace and good of the public.
human progress. Mohamed A. Ismail, 7AG Sure they are.siiiillBiilK .

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A student's car has reportedly been seen on cam- one student has started. directed at the entire student body and should be
pus. As an isolited\ Incident this probably would First the male students, then the female students, obeyed. These are the signs which say DON'T DRIVE
not have caused even one upraised eyebrow, but it then the full professors and half-full professors etc., ON THIS CAMPUS OR YOU'LL BE SORRY.We .
could start a chain reaction. until finally the custodial engineers and campus don't really want to dwell on the punitive aspects -
will longer have to park. Then of the thing however but on the common goodwe
Suppose every student took It into his mind to ignoreall gardeners no a place ,
the "NO TRESPASSING" signs surrounding the we'll be up to our ham-hocks In St. Augustine grass derive from it. So you have to walk a few miles
campus. The first thing you know, we'd be up to our and discarded semi-weekly Alligators. from where you park.
eyeballs in Austln-Healeys. The thing to do, of course, is pay attention to the Harry Truman takes a long walk every morning.
Actually, this stude who drove his car onto the signs. Ray Bradbury takes a long walk every evening. Clyde
campus did not forsee t!.e bad example he was setting.If Signs are your friends and are generally set up to Hope never walked anywhere. Now which of those
the faculty sees students driving onto the campus be of help to us. You take care of the signs and would you rather be? ,.
and parking their cars within a few blocks of the they'll take care of you. Actually you'd probably rather be Clyde Hope, for
classrooms, eventually the Instructors will try it. As you approach the campus and see a sign he Is now an assistant bricklayer, making $75,000a
Now It is no big thing for a few students to park ABANDON HOPE ALL YE WHO ENTER HERE, you year. f
near the classrooms, for they can Insist that they must stop and consider the source. Undoubtedly the He was a rather poor example for our analogy
had classes to attend. But what excuse can a professoroffer sign was meant for Clyde Hope, lUC, class of '63. here, because walking is quite good for you--and it
? Can he say, "Well, I sawthe students doing It, You see, Cyde: 'was a perpetual 1UC for he never stimulates the economy (don't ask me how). If you
and I figured what's sauce for the goose and that sort got above a 1.' average, and all students and faculty absolutely must drive, however, why don't you enrollat
of thing. lIeh, hen. He has no excuse at all. were encouraged to abandon him. Ocala Junior College. They have parking facilities
% for this sign most of the others are there.I' .
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6 The Florida Alligator FridayMay 29,1964 TELLER VISIT: PART TWO

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f. The- -- development of the h-bomb I

JAZZ CORNER' : ; EDITOR: what of a shock to people In this to the morality of the endeavour.

country because Russian capabi- I think we all hoped, however, that

This is the second In a series lities in this line had been badly the H-bomb would prove Impos-

1" < of letters I have written on Dr. underestimated.At sible to make.Although .

SwingingBach Edward Teller In preparation for Los Alamos the feeling became many excellent scientists -

his public lecture to be delivered widespread that this was contributed Ideas and labor,

r at the University of Florida on the time to pursue development of Edward Teller was the central

Friday, June 5, at 8:15 p.m. in the hydrogen bomb. The feelingwas figure who sparked the group. He

; the University Auditorium.In not shared by the scientist's never seemed to be discouraged,

the early part or World Warn General Advisory Committee of and his active mind produced ideas

scientists the Atomic Energy Commissionon faster than they could be tested.
a number of leading
By CHARLIE I BUSH from all over the world gatheredIn whose advice the Government His enthusiasm and drive swept

a laboratory at Los Alamos, could be expected to lean heavily. everyone along at such a pace that (

New Mexico to begin the develop- This committee ovted unanimously many complained that they had little

atomic bomb. They against the H-bomb program.It time for their own thinking. AS 1
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) was a jazz composer ment of the
after this time our calculations began to show Increasing J
were directed by Dr. J. Robert was shortly

If you find that hard believe,then listen to "Bach's Oppenheimer and among their that the Korean War broke out andI likelyhood of success, J

Greatest Hits; A Unique Jazz Vocal Treatment of number was Edward Teller. The joined the staff at Los Alamos. many scientists including Oppen- I

Johann Sebastian Bach by the Creative Swingle Sing- group was motivated by the desire I found there a dedicated groupof heimer began to contribute to the

ers" (Philips monaural PHM 200-097; stereo PUS to help the free world defeat scientists working log hours program until finally on November

600-097). the axis nations; and the fear that with great enthusiasm. We were 1, 1952, the world's first Hbombwas

It actually takes very little to make Bach's music Germany, In particular,might first again driven by the fear that the exploded at our Pacific test-

swing. Add a bass and drums to put his fugues and construct such a bomb gave their enemy might beat us to this new ing grounds at the famous "Mike"

preludes Into 4/4 time and you've got the "foot- mission an added sense of urgency.It and more powerful weapon,and this shot. Arthur A. Broyles

stompln'est" sound since the Original Dixieland was realized quite early that, consideration seems to have com- Professor of Physics and

Jass Band. besides the method of splitting the pletely submerged any doubts as Physical Sciences

The fact Is that Bach and West African music uranium nucleus, it was also pos- -- HIiiIIi x___W<...\,',""YV7'". ,,'> '," N.?"! 'J'It'
(which has been the most Important contributing sible to obtain energy from the

factor in the creation of American jazz) are similarIn joining or fusion of the atomic nuclei Ii:

that they both pile one rhythmically Independent of heavy hydrogen. The first

melody upon another. process is basic to the atomic bomb CINEMA: :
Jazz historian Bill Mathlew has said,"The harmonythat while the second one makes the t

jazz employs Is essentially that of the Bach hydrogen or H-bomb possible. At Life

chorales. .To abandon Bach's harmonic basic tenetsis this early stage, it was not clear The Easy :

to stray outside of what we recognize as jazz." how difficult it would be to con- t

Listen to the works of such modern jazzmen as struct either type. Most scientists E' ']

Dave Brubeck, Gerry Mulligan with Bob Brookmeyer, were willing to bet on the uranium (

and Lambert, Hendricks and Bavan. You can easily fslion process, and they sucess- By DON FEDERMAN

recognize the influence of Bach in their improvisations. fully completed the atomic bomb In _

The recording of "Bach's Greatest Hits" was the time to speed the conclusion of

brain child of 37-year-old Ward Ward is World War Teller feeling that
Swingle. an II. a A sports car races through the deserted streets of
Alabama boy and holds a master's In music all possibilities should be covered
degree Rome on the eve of a holiday. It's an Aurelia, sleek
from the Cincinnati Conservatory. Incidently, Al spent a large fraction of his time and taste

("He's become commercialized") Hlrt also holds a on the H-bomb. The H-bomb turned Enter one Bruno (Vittorio Gassman),vagabond of the (

degree from the Cincinnati Conservatory.Ward out to be much more difficult to world who dances on waves, whoone upon his fellow-

was a member of the famous vocal jazz design than expected and so Its man, looks at him as a marionette with a string to (

group "Les Double Six" of Paris before he organizedthe completion was not realized until be pulled, who lives an endless succession of ex- r f

Swingle Singers. The group consists of two long after the end of the war. hilarations which come quick and fast and easy. .as

sopranos, two contraltos, two tenors, and two bass- Almost all of the scientists at easy as driving his Aurelia, sleek and fast with no

baritones.The Los Alamos much preferred to direction say that it Is always moving. Bruno Is alone
Swingle Singers have a brand new release out-- Investigate problems of a funda- t
though, and he lives a hollow existence,totally aimless.
"The Swingle Singers Going Baroque" ( Philips mental nature motivated by their .... \
This would be all right (a life without necessary pur-
monaural PHM 200-126; stereo PHS 600-126). Their own curiosity rather than by any
pose) If It were not for the fact that Bruno is rooted
first record was excellent, this one Is even better. practical application of their work. is van
(bounded) by the moment. Between each moment
Besides ol' J Bach this As result when the time t
jazzing up S. new recordingalso a war
empty Interval of confrontation, but they do no
jazzes up Handel, Vivaldi, Phillip Bach, and Wil- demands were lifted, there was a good, for the next moment obliterates the previous I
helm Bach. Stereo fans won't believe It when they rapid exodus of most of these men I
moment and world
the Interval. Thus, for Bruno, the
hear these two recordings. Philips has some fantastic back to their universities. Teller :
revolves around his Aurelia, and he can say, "Good-
recording engineers. asked to remain chief of
was as :1'
ness knows what I did yesterday; I've got today to
the laboratory's theoretical divi- live." :
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sion. He agreed to do soon condition I
Enter Roberto (Jean Louis Trintignant), sensitive,
that the Los Alamos Labora- \'
pompous ass of a nice guy, shy enough to run for a
WUFT-TV channel 5 will feature Art Farmer on tory maintain a high level of workon r
bathrobe if a "hungry" naked woman came up to him.
"Jazz Casual" tonight at eight. Farmer is an exceptionally one of two programs, eitherto (
He has never really lived nor knew what was going on.
talented trumpet player. He has what too develop Improved models of I
Even his one comfort, his childhood memories, are ,
many jazz musicians lact these days; he has "plenty atomic bombs, or to carry on an i
shown by Bruno to be a series of delusions. In short,
soul." Intensive effort to make
an 'I'
oper- if Bruno's life is one of amoral..abandonment, thenRoberto's '.
able H-bomb. when told that
has been one of castrating convention.
,", M, "' M ,' ,='_ governmental support was no longer -
\. ,". '. "'-" ,,_ "''' ''' "V -,' ,, ,,"' available for such a high levelof Fate brings these two men together. They go off
on a holiday In which Roberto allows himself to be
work Teller asked Oppenheimerto '
used by Bruno If only for the experience. The result
help him to obtain this
support. I
The Florida is that Roberto Is slowly sucked Into the chaotic,
Oppenheimer's reply was "I nei-
restless pleasures of Bruno's world. He wants to r
ther can nor will do "
so. (
ALLIGATOREditor "live," and in the end, it is he who demands that
It was clear to Teller that Op-
Bruno show him how fast the Aurelia is.
penheimer did not want to support t
The car does not seem to move fast enough, but It
further weapons work in any way. I
is too fast All that is left Is Irony. .doufalod-
. . . .,. : . . John Askins Oppenheimer's comment, when barreled 1
at that. A policeman asks Bruno,"A relative
learning of Teller's final decisionto I
of yours?" The answer Is,"I don't even know his last
Executive Editors return to university life at Chi- I
name; I only met him yesterday."
Jim Hammock Benny Cason cago was, "You are doing the right I
"The Easy Life," as this movie Is called, is a
As*jciate Editors thing. This was the attitude of t
blistering coned y, paced to the speed of the Aurelia,
Qob Thomas Joel Gaston a large number of scientists as '
the focal Image of the film. The ending, though
Jim Castello Ernie Litz well as the nation as a whole at 1
shocking and devastating, is only this way because It
Pat Hogan Eunice Tall that time. Teller makes the com-
reveals the ultimate meaning of such a life--after all,
Beth Kraselsky Nancy Brachey ment that, if during this period even Bruno is cheated. t

following the war, l(. .men of (
One could spend hours talking about Gassman's andTrintignant's ,
Sports Editor. . . . . . Martin Edwards Oppenheimer's stature had lent
acting, particularly the former but what I
their moral support. .to the
makes this funny movie a good movie is director
Staff \\ raters thermonuclear (H-bomb) effort, (
Dlno Rlsl (let it suffice to say the acting is superb). ,
John Hancotk, Jackie Cornelius, Mi ilia' Gorman, Barbara the United States would have shaved
Rhythmically and the movie Is In-
Keller, Ed Barber, Don Federman, Jojte E. Kilmer, Patti four years from the time it took credible. structurally, ;
Note how
the action moves into overdrive,
Pita, Liz Brewer, Hall Cal!'. Charlie Bush, Joe .Kollln, Bob this country to develop a Super the humor
coming In quick bursts, the beautifully
Wise, Jim C.irleto, Phil i, e>*r, and'stan Kulp. bomb. effective slow transition in Roberto's character, his J
In the years following the war, t
merging with Bruno's spirit. One particularly great
Receptionist. ....... . . . .Marsha G. Brown Teller kept in touch with Los scene Is the i I
visit to Roberto's family where all the '
Alamos by frequent visits as a v
young man's Illusions are destroyed as a servantis
PRODUCTION CREW consultant. Early in 1949, he ob-
shown to be a homosexual adulteress
aunt ,
an an
Don Addis, Nelson Meyer, Sam Shaya, Ernie Litz, Dave 'talned a year's leave from the and another aunt desperately In, need of love. c

Piche, Jim Neff, and Darlene Pierce.' University of Chicago to give full Rlsi's bittersweet and t
commentary on good
time at Los Alamos. This hap- 3
the "cool" man is one of the best films out of Italy
The Florida Alligator I' the official! student newspaper of the pened to be a very fortunate event, In 3
University of Florid.: and Is published five times weekly for he had been at Los Alamos the past few years, a fine example from a country c

except during the n.onths: of May. June and Jut)", when it is only a few months when Presi- which knows how to make comedy an art form as well a
as a vehicle for "The (
published semi-week 1 The Florida Alligator ts entered as dent Truman announced the successful commentary laughter. i
Easy Ufe" plays through at the State.Page .
second-class matter at the United States Post Office at Russian test of an atomic Saturday
Gainesville, Florida. bomb. This test came as some- t"x '_ : : :: ,,',:> 7:;; a ,J. ,, al', ..".y, w\ ,, ', ,',: ; l

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An Alligator Roundtable Is wherea a short --
bunch of students, some leaders, S. M. Well, since you're disagreeing Is interpretation of the evidence.That > agreed with what you said about who sent me to a library.S. .
I think
others just kind of everyday, anda with this poll and saying one of the things that people rationalizing and what M. My father finally sat down
couple of faculty members and/ that this couldn't be true, do yo u we make a big mistake about In you've said about the AllAmericanslob with me and asked me If I had any
sociological research is to sayit which of course isn't the rule questions and at the
or administrators, get together think perhaps that 90 per cen that ; time I was so
because The Alligator asked themto might be fudging a lit'Ie: the othe: It has been discovered that I think he's the exception wonder young I didn't know what he was
a large
and talk with a tape recorder way? segment of the populationdoes If this strikes any chords of talking about. I said, no, I didn't
working silently In the back:wind, DR. SMITH. I don't think this: this this or does not do this, agreement or disagreement In any have questions at all(laughter).
on some vtal subject. This Is the Is the issue, and I don't think t it it then Indicates that it Is right of your minds? That was the end of our --
or is
first Roundtable. We started with matters except for scientific purposes lot wrong simply because> a RICHARD Well, the obvious RICHARD what I had In mind
of "
how reliable the figure is'. people are doing it. I question, which has been broughtout though was, well, I think a lot of
that this
sex.Participating were four students In point of fact, we have a kind 1 completely lr1 more or less behind the door, the parents themselves don't know
two boys and two girls, of norm, an idea that a lot of It's a matter of fact Is this experimentation; I mean, what Is really going on.(laughter).
as far what
with one of the students high up people uphold, saying one should<| whether as it's 90 they've uncovered, people seem to be obviously findingout DR. SMITH. They know enough
in student government; a faculty be a virgin until the night of your per cent or 10 per for themselves, and they haveno though.DR. .
cent. This
member who Is a psychologist and marriage. And you have a large may or may not have way of knowing other than to JONES. I think it wouldbe
anything to do with the
marriage counselor; and an Important number of people going against that of basic issue find out for themselves, which I a dreadful change If you had a
rightness and
administrator.We'll idea. .and whether It's half of one wrongness. guess is probably a good way because university, which is supposed to be
per cent or 99 per cent,on a campus, DR. JONES. You find me 90 everybody seems to have a place where ideas are examinedand
where you get young men and young l per cent or 14 per cent or ten percent gotten along until now. (Laughter) so forth, if everybody at that
women together, and they're all of people -- young men or But it seems to me there could university, from the president on
full of beans and ju' -es, they're young wotienwho aren't virgins, be a better way than going throughthe down to a professor, were of
going to find each other out. And., and I'll find you 90 or 14 per cent school of hard knocks In this absolutely one mind. It seems to
the Issue here really is what are! young people who are confused, area, because we have such frank me that children come from their
the people at the university for? conflicted, guilty programs in other fields, such as families not to have their parti-
I'm a professor,I'm a psychologist: DR. SMITH. Exactly. psychology.DR. cular way of life remain unchal-
DR. JONES. Yeah: Confused, Do know of lenged but to have it hacked
and I'm a citizen. As professor.,, JONES. you
I'm concerned that students must: and guilty. It's almost any? (Laughter). and chipped and examined and pro-
be learning, both in my courses; inevitable in our growing up in RICHARD. Well, don't you think voked and criticized and have the
and In other courses and extra- America. And it's probably a good there's a better way to approachthis students go through all kinds of
call the students Sandy thing that they are -- It shows, problem educationally, other hell -- Intellectural hell. Moral
and Barbara, Richard and Bill; among other things, that they'vegot than through the school of hard hell. This is part of a liberal
the faculty member can be Dr. a conscience. And that they'reto knocks? university education. And If it

Jones and the administrator Dean become responsible people.DR. S. M. I wonder how the girls doesn't happen, then this Is not a
Smith. These are not, as you might SMITH. To me, the most feed about sex education? Do you criticism, let's say,of the parents,
have guessed, their real names. ONcurricularly. dangerous things in the whole Interest think it's the old story about It's but a criticism of the university
There was also a moderator, another young people have today In the mother or the father,dependingon Itself.
student, whom we'll call S. wanting to talk about this subjectis which sex you are, always takes S. M. I'd be interested to know
M. the fact that they want to apparently you out and explains it to you? what percentage of parents agreed
rationalize their feelings I wonder If that's still the case, with that point of view, if they would
* about it. There's been no genera- and If it Isn't, why? want their offspring subjected --

i As a mental hy- tion which I've known anything BARBARA. I think the parents DR. JONES. Probably 100 per
S. M. Do you feel that students I gelnist, I'm concerned with their about in which there hasn't been should kind of appoint themselvesto cent of educated parents.S. .
should be allowed to get a birth ability to get along with their a lot of promiscuity of one variety educate their children whenever M. We've been discussingwhat
control pill If they want it? existence in the face of bunglesor or another, and certainly, a lot they're ready. I think they should at the home's role Is in sex
SANDRA. I don't think so, because conflicts. As a citizen, I sup of sexual experimentation. But answer questions their kids have education. .does the university fit
I think it just encourages pose I'm concerned with ultimate I think that one thing that Is happening and. .it's certainly much betterto in at all? With particular emphasis -
freer sexual relations. BARBARA. I agree. think we ought to look at sex on to rationalize that this is now an your parents, when you can get responsibility to say, we won't let
RICHARD. I agree. the campus from at least these accepted more, It is a good thing a better picture than from other the girls out after 10:30 at night
DR. JONES. I think they oughtto three points of view and then If f to do, and what's holding us back kids, who maybe or maybe do not and the girls can't go in the boys' --
be available to anybody who we want to, we can look at It from from giving It the stamp of in- know exactly what they're talking DR. JONES. This Is ridiculous.
wants them. i the moral point of view too. But t stltutional approval? And I for one about and I think it should definitely I come from a university where the
BILL. I've got sort of mixed there are a lot of positions with j can speak of a lot of reasons why start in the home. boys used to climb in the fourth
views. I'm more Inclined to think respect to the morality of premarital I think that one has to rationalizeIn RICHARD. Well it's been left story window of the girls' dorm...
they should be available from the the opposite direction. And this BARBARA. I don't
sex.S. up to the home and I think the horn personallythink
point of view of the number of M. Would you say -- see If failed In this need. that the university should
people who are forced Into marri1 1 I'm Interpreting this right -- that BARBARA Yes.S. restrict boys and girls from beingIn
ages unnecessarily. I think that's :sexual education, to asmall degreeor M. A lot of this -- I've read each other's apartments. Because -
a real bad way to have to starta < large degree*depending -- then In articles that it seems the par- I think all of us here know
marriage. I think In the long I is part of what you come to a university ents are always underestimatingtheir that regardless of that restriction
run you're probably better off for or that we should cometo offspring and are always there are going to be some who
with it, and the people who are < the university for? about two years too late no matter break the rules.
going to use it would get by with- DR. SMITH. No, I wouldn't put when they do the explaining. DR. JONES. It's the university'sjob
out !it anyhow, or attempt to. .and i any shoulds In it. In point of BARBARA. Parents are kind of to fight it, and it's the students'job
mess up their lives. I don't think J fact, you've got 12 or 13 or 14,000 shy I guess, a lot of them -- they to fight the university.
it's going to particularly encouri i students who come from a variety explain these things--I would be BARBARA. It's just like some-
age people to use It who wouldn't ordinarily, because of moral rea- i positions, reasons for being In college can solve an awt'ullot of problems want it all the more.
sons. ] and so on. What they all frustration and mental health Is BILL. I can't agree with that.
S. M. Well, do you think that share in common Is that they're one of thdm. RICHARD. I think still that's I think you've set up poor standards
sex relations before you're mar3 3 young people, mostly unmarried, DR. JONES. I think they've been, localizing the problem too much... If -- this Is the thing I've been
ried are wrong because you might who are curious about themselvesand at least In the ten, 15 years that S. M. I didn't think she meant against the whole time, Is having
get pregnant or is it wrong because the other person. Some percentage I've been acquainted with college ending on that. And I wonder where restrictions out there that are
of moral reasons? of them -- 90 or 10 -- are students, there's probably a lot K goes next.BARBARA.. expected to be broken.
SANDRA. I think It's a combina- going to go against our currentsocial more Inability to function because Well, I want to remain S. M. Well, If a boy and girl
tion of both of those. Not so much : norms. .And the questionIs people have been really pleasurebent In the home a minute. You want to have sexual intercourse
morals as perhaps the way we were j do they know what they're doing? and lazy slobs and unable to said something about the parent of before they're married, is It the
brought up. For instance, what Are they able to handle the consequences do hard work. There has been terrible university's concern?
my family taught me when I was I ? Is !it worth it to them; mental breakdown because of BARBARA. No.
growing up, that it was something ]Is[ It worth It to society? what have sexual frustration and so on. Act-
more or less sacred, to be saved j they learned from it, what effect ually, I'm not that concerned about V
until you're married. But then does:! it have their ability to get on sexuality as I am about the slob- "
again, another factor is fear of with their lives -- These to me are like and nebbish quality of many O4
pregnancy. t the meaningful questions. I personally students who are afraid of hard
S. M. In this book, "Sex and don't take a strong standof work and responsibility of one kindor
I the College Girl,"' the author any particular official moral another.DR. .
I quotes a figure that says there position on this matter. I suppose SMITH. And they will take
are probably somewhere aroa id 14 professionally I don't either. Excepting the sex pleasures and not meet Ws
' per cent on American university so far as It affects a per- the responsibilities that come -
campuses -- 14 per cent of the girls son's!: ability to get on with his thereafter with children and with whichever sex takes the kid out --
I are virgins. (A mistake onS.M.'s existence.! early marriages and all of the com- I disagree because, well, for instance -
part -- Ed.) BILL. I heard those freshmenat plications that go with trying to get my parents both all my life
BARBARA. I sure don't agree. Georgia Tech, they had a survey an undergraduate degree while sat down with me and answeredany
Just from talking to the girls i. in their sociology course thereon married. If you knew the numberof question I wanted. BARBARA. Parents should realize -
the dorm, and all of my friends, that, and they used the University people that I see with real S. M. Well, I wasn't advocatingthat 1 when they send their children
I think that the statistics are : of Florida statistically as an troubles because they got marriedtoo I was just saying that that j wrong. example' and they gave us some early. .and they either had was sort of the traditional picture J 1 18 when we come to college -- -
SANDRA. in the book for the pretty high statistics on that,which to get married or they presumablyran that you had. we're old enough to know what's
course Marriage and the Family, would come pretty close to your 90 off to get married or were BARBARA. Well, it's time to J right and what's wrong and how
they had a survey which they took per cent. married secretly, all that kind of break tradition then. we've been brought up -- they
about ten years ago on this campus, DR. SMITH. Course, I think the rot, everybody knows what that 1$. BILL. I asked my father and my should realize that we're old
and! they had as many as 90 percent thing you have to be careful about DR. JONES. Dr. Smith, we're father sent me to my mother enough to face the consequencesof
of the girls who are virgins, with these surveys and these statistics monopolizing. Let's let -- (laughter) and my mother sent me whatever happens. -
,and I don't think that it could Is that you not confuse reported S. M. Well, there's a thing thatI back to my father, and my mother (Tuesday: Is being a virgin
have degraded that far in such < evidence with a projected wanted to ask. .personally, I've ended up sending me to my uncle, still a respected value?)

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vate entrance and kitchen privi-
leges. Ideal for student who needsa

I'For[ Sale GATOR quiet place to study. FR 2-7883.
CLASSIFIEDS (B343.2tcLost&Found).
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FOR SALE ---1961 Alstate scooter,
fully equipped. Also 1961 D.K.W. SIAMESE KITTENS 10 weeks old. Storkllne Crib in good condition Two rooms furnished motel type, I ]
750 automobile, 35-40 m.p.g. both Only $10. Phone 3768996. (A- with Simmons mattress, 3000. ground floor, refrigerators. Two

in excellent condition. J. Shaw, 142-4t-c). Upholstered chair 500. Phone blocks from air-conditioned library LOST Alpha Omicron Pi pin in
Town & Country Trailer Park, 2-5887. (A-143-2t-c). near most colleges and
EICO HF-81 (28 W) .'stereo vicinity of Anderson, Norman, or
Archer Rd. (A-141-3t-p). all practical requirements. Sum-
EICO HFT-94 AM tuner, Garrard mer rates. 66494. (B-136-8t-c). Rawlings Halls. If found call Lin-
LET'S TALK TERMS. 55x10 Nashua -
da, 2037 Rawlings. (L-143-lt-c).
three speed turntable, Stephens
House trailer 1962, two bedroom, Expando Mobile Home com-
nicely refurnished. See 5:30 speaker system. Value 34000. Two apartments for rent 1/2
plete with study, 2 bedrooms, TV
6:30, 3620 S. W. Archer Road Will sell for 24000. Possibly! antenna, A/C and other extras. block from campus. Air condi- I Car RentalECONO I
Village, Lot 26. Must sell. (A- trade. Phone FR 2-5454. (A-143- See at Lot #1, Hickory Hill Park, tioned, Danish modern furniture,
141-6t-c). 3t-p). 1 bedroom, kitchen equipped. Call
2720 S. W. Archer Road. (A- CAR. No additional
143-tf-c 372-6309. B-135-tf-c).
features 1:27, 3:30, charge to drop off car in down-
FLORIDA Furnished 2 BR apartment. WalkIng town Jacksonville or at our office
5:33, 7:36, 9:39 35 x 8 Ft. 1958 Great Lakes Trailer. distance to University. $85 adjacent to Imeson Airport. FR

OUVU fcUMLLMD WARNS YOU: 1 $1900. Call 6-8030 after 5:00 for 2 persons, $100 for 3 persons. 6-3644 or in Jacksonville 353-
TIlE MmtEMERT WARM YOU: UU NOT I SEE ITALONE' p.m. (A-143-lt-c). Call 372-7658 to see. (B-141-3t-c). 7419. (N-143-lt-c).

I AIR-CONDITIONER -- Fedders. 2 BR furnished CCB house, $65 ENDS .
LAST OLIVIA f ";' 10,000 BTU, used 2 seasons, price per month. Available from June
TIMES 4k $100. Apt. 283-11 Corry Village. 16th to Sept. 1st. 444 N. W. 28th SATURDAYVittorio ,. : ;
MwTODAY l Available June 17th, 1964. (A- Ave. Call 2-2304. (B-143-2t-c). ..... J.'
llAVI1AO! [ : 143-3t-c). i iI
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i Small furnished CCB cottage;bed- 'J'i'
p .
'' room, electric kitchen, tile shower. Gassman .I :
DEfENSELESS ;: :\ .R -"
I For Rent I Linda Ann Court, So. Ocaa Catherine i-I' r J I
?f. { Road. Quiet, cool and shady. FR
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Spaak .. '
6-5826. Couple prefer red.$50 per
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month. (B-143-3t-c).
A-.J J :(Kpokleifc: triangle, apartments for ni-B term. Suit- 'Irr 'Iii: ,

able for 2 or 3 people, $70 per :
J 7 since 'f love beg an I month at 1829 N. W. 2nd Ave. Available now quiet, cool comfortable -

Suitable for 3 or 4 people at large rooms. Private ei.yo ;
1518 N. W. 4th Ave., $100 per home, suitable for males,couples, .
month. Call FR 6-4353 after or married women. Kitchen privileges
1:31 six. (B-142-tf-c). available. Call FR 65368or \
3:33 FR 6-2100 and see at 202 N, W. LIFE
k 12th Terrace. (B-143-3t-c). ,
5:35 WANTED: 5 students to rent a ... .
7:37 Christine furnished home. Low summer AIR CONDITIONED Luxury fur- 1 13:055:10

9:39 rates. Air conditioned. 372- nished apartment. Moving out of \ 79 pm
1694. B-141-3t-c). town. Rent paid until July 15th.
SunMonTuesBROADWAY ---
Will sub-rent at a great loss. i
Available June 1st 2 BR Air- Colonial Manor Apt. 372-5059 or was a
conditioned apartment. Phone 372- FR 6-3261, Ext. 2171. Mr. Hoch-
'Wild and 'Wollderful" lOR 0481, Mr. Kaplan, for information. stim. (B-143-H-c). beckoning mistressIn
(B-141-tf-c). black negligee-

a lady & a tramp-
AIR-CONDITIONED furnished lux-
TONIGHT & SATURDAY 'tII Low First Run Admission and he must
ury apartment, 2 rooms, kitchen, pursue

3 COLOR SHOCK HITS *AiHt.vmiOairf., Ghouls Under 12 Free bathroom. 1 block from campus. . .
M 1NUJV Available June 20th at discount
See all 3 late as 9:25111! open 7:00; show at 7:45 price. Call 372-4807 a.m. or ACT ONE'MOSS

EXCLUSIVE FIRST RUN IN AREA Shown at 9:25 .suppertime. (B-143-3t-c). ', .. .
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RII % Two nice rooms 6 blocks from HART'S love

1 I campus. Each at $30 per month affair with Broadway
+ furnished. 105 N. W. 7th Terrace.
George Hamilton i I
1 t 1 1 Call after 5 p.m. FR 2-0809.
(B-143-3t-p). Jason Robards Jr.
1 ft
Two cool rooms on sunporch. $25 13579outatl0:55coming
per month each. 1220 S. W. 1st ]
illy, Ave. Call after 3 p.m. FR 2-4028 J

v { Ilili 1J I'' i 1a (B-143-2t-p). I "In 151 "MY NAME

HEELS pyt on in 5 minutes

SOLES put on in IS minutes --by Modine Grunch--
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REPAIR{ SHOP shoe lace has been outlawed -
l across From 1st national bank
in all but 24 states.


BARRY SUlliVAN:MARTHA HYER ORvM 1NtMI h 3 Adult Shockers! t

smmMORElANO, "s ON I'W PINK,kT5uiDE l LOSARCOSClwv*PINK ISO_ +.R.N'UIIO lJ'\ open 7, show 7:45 :;
see all 3 late as 9:05
2nd Hit shown first & last 3rd Thriller at 11:00 FIRST RUN Shown
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01' Fed just ask me to announce the rools for this here i f(

contest where he's giving himself away. Actually there'sno

rooms to speak of. just put your name and address on r\'

1 a post card and mail it to the Gainesville Drive-In Theatre 11 I

P.O.Box 52. Contest limited to UF stoodents. Draw- --- c(

ing on Friday, June 19th. Don't have to be present to win Hit *2 at 9:05 Hit '3 at 10:45.

t but if the winner is present Feddy has a bonus gift! Oh yeah Anne Francis Mary Murphy rE

Feddy's colleague Don Federman will draw the winner from ,\ ,
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3 BR, 2 bath, CCB home, cen-

I tral Florida heating room., Located hardwood near floors Lit-, Remembrance of CubaFather

tlewood. Terms to suit buyer.
I Male roommate wanted to share Owners moving out of state. Call

i apartment. Call FR 2-3748 even- 372-3793. 621 N.V.. 33th: St. (I-
Jorge Chabebe, leader of
| ings. (C-141-3t-c). 143-5t-c).
the group that will put on Satur-

WANTED Male roommate (s). day's Folkloric Festival at Uni-
air-conditioned 2 bedroom; CB 4 BR, 2 bath home. Sepa- versity Auditorium, wrote this let-
All G
brand new apartment! All new rate workshop. Convenient to ter explaining the group's purpose:

Danish modern furniture, carpeting University. Occupancy Sept. Ut.

phone, stereo, carport, all new Price $21,500. Terms arrangedby "ANORADA CL'BA has one Important -
kitchen. 5 min drive to campus. owner. Phone 372-7658 after purpose: to remind and

3 beds, will accept one or two 5 p.m (I-141-3t-c). create a vivid Image of our very

I roommates to split $95 monthlyrent. Law Professor selling spacious beloved country that was once light 9

Quiet apartment; good study 3 bedroom home, Study, l-1/2bath, and is only darkness now.
Through its music and Immortal
Phone Bill BarnettFR
atmosphere. attic fan, built In drawers, vanity
2-7650. (C-143-lt-c). and much storage. $80 per month dances, with their: tropical flavor,
feeling of longing overwhelmsyou.
I many extras, negotiate equity. FR-
you feel Cuba, the republicthat
roommate to
WANTED Female I 6-2775. 1062 N. E..lath Ave. (I-
alr-condltloned was the last to find its liberty ;
share centrally a- J 134-tf-c).
' partment, sumptuously furnishedIn and the first to fall again onour .i.r

Danish modern; 1/2 block from 3 BR, 1 1/2 bath, dining room, continent. But the sons of Cuba -! .....
still have the strength and the willto
campus. Kitchen equipped. Share Florida room and backyard fenced.In .
sing their longing for their
rent of $90 per mo. starting June Carol Estates near schools and \
country, liberty, and happiness;
10. Phone Sandyat
1st through churches. Call 372-8776 anytime. \
to sh"w to the world their fra-
372-7650. (C-143-lt-p). (I-143-3t-c). ternal and sentimental: feelings. .

WANTED Guitarist Interested In "ANORADA CUBA is also a
message to our youth, In and out I
dance band. Call
joining a college I ServicesNESTOR'S j
of the Island. It is an Invitationto
372-6086. (C-143-tf-nc). s
join In a review of the his- .-"'--
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tory filled with emotion and the 1
TV SERVICE was traditions of older generations that (r d4sN
I Autos I. forced to move. Now located at
they, the younger ones, hardly hada
232 1st
S. E. St., west of Old Post
chance to know and cherish.
Office. Free estimates. Tubes
"The world listens to the ft'
1959 T-Blrd, white, loaded Includ- Checked Free. Phone 372736.: .'"
clamor of thousands of exiles in
ing air-conditioning. Cleanest in We invite all our old friends to .
search of but must "
the state of Florida! Phone 6- come and see us. (M-139-tf-c). help, people :
know what Cuba was. Not only .1' t
2672 Mr. Layton. (G-143-3t-c).
RUBY has moved to Gaines-I know, but also feel it. They haveto "., :: .i.1

Dodge Station Wagon 1954 Automatic ville. ALTERATIONS of all klnds- long for the wonderful Island .,\"1i\ -."' .. .'"
across street from administration that was once a free nation In -
transmission, R&H, tight
heart and soul. ANORADA CUBA -
building at 1238 S. W. 3rd Ave. '
body, paint 1 yr. old. Chrome
rust free. Quiet motor. Make Phone 6-8506. (M-135-F-c). offers that knowledge to you show- wi \ ., '.
Ing Images of its culture and art. -
offer. Ext; 2716 or 376-3145. (G-
143-3t-c). Shirts carefully laundered to order Perhaps then the world would hurryto 'Remembrance of Cuba I the folkloric festival set for 8
and ironed by hand. See rescue such beauty that has been
in Auditorium will include
tomorrow night University ,
Mildred at Gator Groomer, 1618N. the effort of a great many generations -

Austin-Healy condition, $635.Sprite Also, 1959.Chevrolet Good, W. 1st Ave. next to University dancers such as these. Admission is free, but proceedsfrom

Branch Post Office. (M-135-tf-c "In its misfortunes the Cuban Dollars for Scholars.
) will
1955, 4 dr., 6 cylinders, automatic donations go to
people have not ceased to ask for
transmission. Good condition
understanding and cooperation.
$300. 372-7032. (G-143-lt-c). ANORADA CUBA wishes to mani- it dies in the theatres of a free with hope announcing to the world

fest a little bit of the life and soulof Cuba. Its destiny and its missionare the social and spiritual resur-
Distinguished Mercedes, 1952, 4 Cuba in appreciation for so and will continue to be to make rection of Cuba. A step towarda

dr. convertible. Leather interior, many things received, especiallyfrom Cubans and non-Cubans long for better world.

new top and finish, forest green. the American people. Cuba, because it Is fair, becausefor (Signed)

$1,000. FR 2-4963 or FR 6- '/Music and dancing are the international five centuries, Cuba has belonged Jorge Bez Chabebe Pbro.

7073. (G-143-3t-c). Any Way You language of people. It by right of conquest and

is the easiest way to understanding blood to God and to liberty. The Latin American Club should
1964 4 door, air conditioned ChevyII Look At It enter- like to this
among men. ANORADA CUBA "ANORADA CUBA is an use opportunity to express -
Nova. Completely equipped. promotes this mutual understanding. prise of all, Cubans and non- our eternal !gratitude to the
Best lowest price buy in town, slnsaj ;aJ In that way, Cuba will become Cubans alike. And all, accordingto Student Government for making

$2,390. Call FR 6-9950 days or spaIIsseOa01e6llld! more present in the heart and cons- their capabilities, should help it this show possible, and to the Lyceum -
372-5032 evenings. (G-143-5t-c). cience of America, its people and so that ANORADA CUBA may goonto Council, Board of Interna-

Its leaders, In this fight to rescueso theatres and cities of the United tional Activities, and all others
MUST SELL, BARGAIN: Owner many precious values that were States and the rest of America andit who have helped us for their!graceful -

going abroad. 1960 Studebaker, 8 V left to us by cur ancestors, men may send to every place on this cooperation. To all, thank you
cylinder, 4 door,heater,new tires. I faith and lovers of liberty continent its vibrant echo filled very much.

Excellent condition, $500. Call ANORADA CUBA, with such
376-3261 Ext. 2811 9 a.m. to 5 high Ideals, will not end next Sat- '
p.m. Ask for Mrs. Barton. Call urday night; it will go on until .8gM: aiil Cp& .

372-7122 after 6 p.m.Ask for Tom. *
(G-143-3t-p). '

300 SL MERCEDES, fiberglass

body, $1500. 180 MERCEDES, 1959, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

$950. Call 6-0863. (G-143-tf-c). ( :<

1204 NW 10th Ave.

I Help WantedHELP I II to 12 Sunday Services 11 to 12 Sunday School /cy4), 0I O

WANTED Male university Speaker: Richard Woodman, Minister of the Tampa I

students -- Full or part time salesmen Unitarian Church

wanted. Hours can be arranged "
around your school schedule. Topic: "What Happened To Utopia ? ;;; ;

Good commission paid, $1.25 oer: : -

hour guaranteed for minimum .IM
-- -
sales quota. For interview call -

Circulation Manager, 9-11 a.m. 1

FR 2-8441. (E-143-4t-c). TennisTennis

WANTED North Carolina Junior Balls (Pennsylvania-Dunlop-Bancroft)

Boys Camp needs man to heat Tennis Rackets (Bancroft & Dunlop) THE .FRIENDLY
Archery; also experienced Head .r

Counselor Contact Dr. Leillch, Pre $ $ SERVICE' ,
Ext. 2418. (E-143-lt-c). Covers ___

r Shorts for Men by Fred Perry

Real EstateCHEAPER J Shorts & Skirts for Ladies WISE'S


your own home THAN In RENT.neighborhood Own Jimmie Hughes Sporting Goods( PHARMACY

popular with university personnel. Phone 3768286I
708 S.W. 4th Avenue
4 BR, 2 bath. $650 down, $98 FRanklin 2-.212 I

Per mo. 2832 N. E. 11th Terrace. 1113 W. University Avenue -. .

37b-2349. (M43-3t-c).


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Ii A day in the life of a medical student I


It isn't like Ben Casey--dra- "and that's okay for a bad appendix why he's stuck it out on his way
matically scowling through open but how are you going to to "winning his stethescope."
heart surgery between Madison cut out a neurosis. There It becomes "I like being my own boss,
Avenue blurps for 20,000 filter a real challenge" like science, like to help people
traps or deodorants for those peo- Following rounds, nave and the and, after all--It is a decent
ple who are only -half sate" other interns spend the morning living he said.
Being a doctor Is half a life prescribing medications, prepar- Late afternoon and early even-
time of hard work, then a hell ofa ing nurse's instructions and blood Ing finds interns examining Incoming -
lot more hard work," says tests. patients. Complete medi-
Dave Davis, one of 20 young doc- Then comes two hours of teach- cal histories have to be recorded,
tors now serving internships at ing rounds, where Interns, med records checked and tests taken.
the J. Hlllls Miller Health Center. students and professors discuss at Test results must be viewed in
"But," added Davis, "It Is alsoa bedside individual patient's cases. the cardiogram and X-ray labs.
lot of fun Interns occupy afternoons with After a dinner break, examina-
Davis, who can be spoted by his "complicated procedures," a tag tion of inpatients continues. This
Ipana grin and Ivey League haircut for Involved testing and examina- usually takes the interns up to c
1 \ is Interning in medicine. His tions such as liver biopsies or 11 and often past midnight, before
\ average day Is 14-15 hours. Not spinal taps. they can call it qultes.
( exactly banker's hours. Next it's interviews with out In addition to their regular duties -
Each morning starts at eight patients back for chuckups. Here each intern must work one
with making rounds, or a checkon Davis uses his gift for gab to good day in six in the emergency room.
all patients assigned to him. advantage. This calls for 24-hour straight
Combining a schoolboy casual- ""I like to see the progress my period of being on the Job with
t, ness with the white coat of an patients have made," he explains. time out for food and sleep when,
intern, he seems to have a way "To see how they're feeling and as Davis puts it, "you can get
with his patients. mating out..it gives you a sense It."
'i; "I like to talk to my patients," of compensation for your 21 yearsof
say Davis, who leaves next month education." All-in-all, says Davis, It's a
to take up psychiatry at Harvard "I guess, though,that's one thing long grind.
Medical school. wrong with being a doctor," said First comes four years of pre-
I't "That's why I'm going into psychiatry the 27-year-old intern. "You med school, then four years In Davis works on the head wound of an accident vic-
," he explains. "Most seldom get rich since you don't medical school. Then comes a year tim during his regular weekly 24-hour duty in the
people's ailments are partly emo- get started until so late. Take of internship and anywhere from
tional and by talking to them you me--three more years In school, two to four years more If you want Health Center emergency room. Interns often work
can find out what's really wrong then two years in the army--I'll to pursue a specialty such as 18-20 hours on emregency duty without a break.
J. with them." be taking Gerltol before I set up psychiatry."But .
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'when in doubt cut it out' phi- But Davis, who is married anda as well worth the efforts.
losophy," said the Chattanooga, graduate of North Carolina medi- I wouldn't want to be anything
Tenn., native with a wry grin, cal school, gives several reasons else."

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The Sloan MARTIN EDWARDS Era'By r Sloan sees best year.., yet'- I

Sports Editor

and Dy MARTIN EDWARDS 20 points In 9 of the next 11 games Morton finished the season with
When youthful dynamic Norm Sloan appearedon
the Gator basketball scene, the then assistant director Sports Editor and ended up the season second a 6.5 scoring average, whiCh was
highest scorer on the squad witha rapidly on the rise, and will prob-
of sports publicity, George Solomon
rearranged -
The 1964-65! basketball be counted by
the Gator basketball statistics records e'- campaignIs 15.8 average. ably heavily upon
titling them "The Sloan Er:.;." still many months away, but Tomlinsoa Is fast and an exceed Sloan this season.
that time .' already the experts are cautiously !nly strong r bound. r. A third man fighting It out fora
Even at early before Sloan had coachedone
eyeing the prospects of an out- It is still a toss up as to who forward slot will be 6-3 sopho-
team, Solomon recognized the genius Sloan
!': standing Gator quintet, and what the other starting forward mightbe more Harry Wlnkler.
possessed producing exciting and
successful basketball
,:(, they are finding is bringing optimism and there are some quite capable Winkler was the second highest
teams. He knew Sloan
was apt to be
:) to Gator followers. performers in the contest for point; producer on the freshman
Gator scene for a long time long enough to makeIt
j\.\ For instance, Head Coach Norm the position team last year with an 18.0 average -
an "era. ;: : Sloan pulls no punches, and in A man to watch will be 6-9 and was also a top rebounder.
In my observances of the traditional
skepticism realistically viewing the upcoming sophomore Gary Keller, who was a Another heavily counted upon
exhibited at times by certain Gator athletic
followers, team states, "This Is our best bold out last season newcomer will N 6-11 sophomore
there. Is one central point of
agreement on which team yet at the UF. We have After his senior year In high Jeff Ramsey, who just might win
Gator supporters have met. That Is the I
point that improved a lot and I believe we school Keller was one of the most the starting center berth against
Coach Sloan has done wonders
UP basketball. will start to close the gap between sought-after athletes in the nation such veteran competition as 6-9
When he and his hard-working, energetic assistant UF and the league's top teams this His play on the freshman Hoffmann and spirit-leader: 6-7
Perry Moore arrived on the scene, the Gator basel-) "
year. team echoed that feeling.A Bill Koss: .
ball quintets were consistently dwelling among use Coach Sloan will have plenty of throat operation just days before Of these rookies Sloan says, "A ,
i lower echelons of the SEC standings. :I material available in order to accomplish the season opened last year big load falls on sophomores like ,-

Attendance at Florida Gym to watch the Gators was this task, as there are kept him from logging a lot of Keller, Ramsey and Wlnkler How
more or less like watching the Mets perform today __ I less make worlds of
no then 10 lettermen expected playing time with the Gators. they respond will
a big joke. Rarely was there a capacity crowd on hand, back in action for the Gators. Battling Keller will be 6-4 jun- difference to this club.

and If so, It was usually to watch a top-notch opponent, last year's of-again, off-agaln ior Paul Morton, whose spirit and Under Sloan, the Gators have

such as Kentucky. squad which posted a 12-10 record determination brought him much produced winning records three
Sloan and Moore have changed this. Now, in the and won the Gator Bowl basket- applause from the crowd last sea- out of four seasons.
Sloan era, It is very unlikely that any Gator basket- ball tournament.The However, It will be the 1964-65

ball game will not be played in front of an enthusiastic tenth man Is Bob Hoffmann son.After two years In the service team which should produce the

capacity crowd, expecting to watch an exciting game who lettered in 1962-63, but was Morton was: slow In getting back best mark In the Sloan era, which

featuring a well-balanced, and usually successful, forced to sit out last season due Into shape early In the season, has been one of the most produc-

Gator basketball team. to academic problems.Add but once be got rolling he Improved tine ones in Gator basketball his-
I Coach Sloan has given Gator rooters something to to this list of veterans threeor immensely. tory.
I be proud of--a home court record that can be matched four impressive sophomores ,-_.,- ", ..., ", ,,,,,,, -
I up __..... r ...'_
: by few other teams In the nation. from last year's outstanding freshman -

t i During Coach Sloan's first season,the Gators posted squad, and you have the reasonof choiceEarly
s\ an amazing 11-0 home court record and knocked off Sloan's optimism for the forth- Vandy

I the eventual conference champ, Mississippi State, coming campaign.

I at home, via a dramatic last second jump shot by big Looking at the team position- In May, Coach Norm Sloan took a longrangelook
;-' Cliff Luyk. With Luyk and guard Lou Merchant paving wise, Sloan feels that the guards at the prc-season condition of the Southeastern

..:i the way,the Gators won 15 and lost 11. Sloan was named are the team's strength. "Our Conference basketball teams and feels the ratings

Coach of the Year In the SEC. strong suit Is very definitely experience should be made as follow.
I His next quintet, playing one of the roughest speed and ability at The top-ranked team on everybody's list would have

'.. r schedules In Gator basketball history,finished the seat guard. Brooks Henderson, in my to be ,Van ertUt. The Commodores return emery
( t son with a 12-11 mark and opponents were beginning opinion, Is the finest all-around starter from last year's squad which won 19 and lost 6.
'i to take notice of UP basketball. guard in the league. Tom Bax Among these returnees Is what Is reported to be one

'J The last two Gator basketball teams have been ley is a very capable running of the best backcourt combinations In the nation -

> "building seasons" for Sloan, the results of which mate," said Sloan.Henderson John Ed Miller and Roger Schurig.

he hopes will be seen In a highly successful Gator a 6-2 senior from At center Vandy has the "Sophomore of the Year"in

record this year. Coral Gables, was the leading Conference play last season, big Clyde Lee, who

t And with veterans like Henderson, Tomlinson, Gator scorer last season with a scored 18.6 points per game
Baxley, Morton and Hoffmann on hand, along with 17.3 average. He was also one of Another man to watch will be 6-6 Ron Green, from
sophomores Keller, Winkler and Ramsey, It's likely the leading free throw shootersIn Miami Beach, who was the sixth manon last year's
that 1964-65 could be the year UF basketball followers the country last season hitting team. He was impressive towards the end of the

... have long been waiting for -- a championship effort. on better than 86 per cent of his season, and against the Gators came off of the bench
tosses from the charity lane. midway through the first halt and scored 16 points forMs

However it is defense more night's work.
than any other phase of the game Coach Sloan feels that at least three teams have
t :?; I
that Henderson enjoys, and be the potential to give the Commodores a run for their

works hard at mastering this money Kentucky, Tennessee, and Florida.

I resultsIntramurals phase. In a post-season poll last Perennial power Kentucky loses All-America Cotton
Intramural bowling year he was voted the top defen- Nash, who led the Conf.rence.1n scoring, and forward

sive man in the Conference Ted Deeken, who was fourth In point production, but

doubles bowling for The individual high games were I Baxley, a 5-10 senior from still have to be regarded as a top threat.

Term A concluded Monday with the recorded by A. B. Toole with a L Miami, is an exciting player to (-6 junior guard Tommy Kron Is back In action

team of Jim Ruppersberger and 240, Buck Menendez with a 232, watch--especially on offense. He as will be 6-4 Larry Conley who led Kentucky In

Pete Schaefer finishing In first and Jim Ruppersberger with 213 features a long-range jump shot scoring against the Gators last Other returning

place with a high of IIO.i total In the team totals the otherfinishing from the center and hits with lettermen will be 5-11 guard Randy Embry and 6-3

pins. teams were: amazing accuracy from distances forward Terry Mobley.
In Hebel of 35 feet or more.It Tennessee lost All-SEC guard Danny Schulti but will
second place was Ray
and Ozle Toole with 1,080 total 4. Tony Jusick and George was just such a shot by Bax have back In action eleven letterman, Including 6-7
Matzkinn, 1,057 pins. ley, with Just two seconds remaining forward A. W. Davis, another AU-SEC pick. Also
Pins.Lt. back Is 6-3 center Bob Hogsett and 6-5 forward
Col. Pritz and Sgt. Maj. 5. Bill Dunnlll and George which downed Florida
Suskind, of ROTC, were third with Lebo, 1,055 pins. State at Tallahassee last season, Howard Bayne plus 6-2 Pat Robinette. Some out-
1,064 pins. 6. Woody Islam and Dan Frail- 52-50. standing junior college transfers should also bolsterthe

The doubles team high scores ey, 1.007 Dins. Baxley was the third leading Volunteers.
In the middle bracket of Conference competition
for a single went to Hebel scorer on the team last year witha
and Toole with game 411 pins; Rup- 7. Ken Krassy and Duck Men- 13.3 mark, and with Henderson Sloan places Miss State, Auburn, LSU, Alabamaand

persberger and Schaefer with 383, endez, 971 pins. should form one of the best guard Georgia -- not necessarily In that order.
and Tony Juslck and George Matz- 8. Bill NorriS and Dan Dan- combinations In the South this sea- The lower bracket contains two teams, Tulane
and Ole Miss.
kinn with iels, 906 pins.
son.The big surprise for the Gators In picking the area's top stars Lee and Miller of .

9. Buddy Turner and Bob Reed, last year was the rapid rise of Vanderbilt, Kron and Conley of Kentucky,Tennessee'sDavis
scores 878 pins. 6-5 Junior forward Dick Tom- Lee DeFore of Auburn, Bob Andrews of Alabama -

10. Sgt. Kopecky and Capt.Far- llnson. LSU's Dick Malle, Jimmy Pitts of Georgia
Results of the All-Campus and Miami's. Rick Barry were selected.
mer, 869 pins. Tomlinson came of age early In )e
Tournament for Intramurals Sin- the season against Tampa U. when

gles Bowling were finished last 11. Craig Rice and Dan Abbott,,, bucketed 19 field goals and 8 free
week. They are as follows: 852 pins. throws for a total of 44 points-- Starter & Complete Sees

1. Sgt. A. J. Susklng, 658 pins. 12. Mike Panczyk ?nd Bill]I I an all time Gator scoring record. Clubs by McGregor for Men, Women & Children
2. Maj. P. B. Hebel, 628 pins. Goree, 801 pins.Dance He went on to score at least
3. Jim Ruppersberger, 588 pins. Bags

4. Lt. Col. F. J.Pritz, 522 pla- Corts GOLF
College Radio
5. George Lebo, 521 pins. tonightThe Puffers & Wedges .-

6. Sgt. Kopecky, 513 pins. 817 W. Univ.Ave. 4'
7. Maj. J. H. Gabbert, 507 pins. Head Covers

8. Ozie B. Toole, 495 pins. TV Balls .
Women's Residence Ha1l.sand
9. Bill Norris, 592 pins.
10. Tony Jusick, 478 pins. Women's Intramurals Dept. H l-FI Gloves

11. Craig Rice, 462 pins. are sponsoring a square dance Shoes & SocksJimmie -.II
12. Bill Dunnlll, 455 pins. tonight 8-12 p.m., on the RadiosHOME

13. Don Abbott, 449 pins. main floor of Florida Gym. Hughes Sporting Goods

14. Woody Isom, 431 pins. & AUTO
15. Capt. Norman L. Farmer, No admission will be charged PHONOG'RAPHSREPAIRED
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I I" UF nine FSU play hereBy I // CEDRIC STRATTON winBy I')

Alligator Cricket Editor

MARTIN EDWARDS The two teams met last weeKend sophomore Adrian Zabala (2-1) Saturday's game on Fleming Field saw the All- :.

Sports Editor at Tallahassee with the Gators cop- are expected to pitch in Satur- Comers slash out 165 runs for 5 wickets, British

ping the first game 6-2 while losing day's double header. Isles falling far short with 72 all out. The British

The most Important nonconference the second 4-3 in 15 Innings. Facing the Gators will be one of lead the five-game rubber by 2-1.

baseball series of the year Coach Dave Fuller has nomi- the nation's rising young pitching Without Leo Collins (Wales), the British attack

will be played at home this weekend nated Junior Danny ::;ggart, who stars, Cliff Ranew, brother of Mer- was restricted, and the All-Comers' Inning was expected -

when the Gators (21-10 host owns a tine 8-4 pitching record, ritt Ranew, catcher for the Na- to be heavy. This factor was weighed by John

arch-rival FSU (20-1C) in a three- to hurl In the Friday fray, while tional League Chicago Cubs. King (England), who won the toss, but put the All-

game meet. senior Charlie Anderson ((4-2)) and Comers in, hoping no doubt for strategic errors

later in the game. ,. :,
Ranew is the ace of the Seminole The All-Comers batted slowly at first,Vince Morton "

Hoffmann speaks outNOTE pitching staff and has postedan (South Africa) following last week's 34 not out with 19, "

outstanding 9-1 record to date. made in two partnerships of 13 and 17,before he played "
( : Bob Hoffmann was the starting center for the Gator quintet Three Gator regulars are hittingthe
over a ball which hastened off the pitch. At 41 for Uti
during the 1962-63 season, but academic trouble caused him to sit ball at a .300 clip or better.
three the score was not one to Intimidate the strong 'J
out last season.) Appropriately enough, it is cap- British batting side, but then Carlton DeendayalWest "

One of the key factors In the Gator plans for a big upcoming basket- tain Jim Duncan, in left field, Indies) Joined Tushar Shah (India), in an unfinished

ball campaign is 6-8, 235 pound Bob Hoffmann, a Junior In eligibility. who Is currently the Gators' lead- fourth wicket stand of 40. ..
As the regular center two years ago he was Impressive at times Ing batsman with a .328 average.
h During this period, there were a number of chances
ended the season with a 6.5 scoring average. He also pulled down a Right behind him, however, is dropped, (which would doubtless have changed the

f half-dozen rebounds per contest. power man Earl Montgomery degree, If not the kind of result), and the British
Hoffmann noted for being an accurate shooter and this was has
was (.316)). Montgomery sluggedout
fielding took an untidy aspect. Shah retired for treat-
.- echoed by the Southeastern Conference final statistics which showed eleven extra base hits and
ment after being hit by a rising ball, with 17 not
him fifth In field goal percentages with an outstanding .516 mark. has driven In 25 runs.
out. Stan Etchells (Canada) took his place and,
Now, after a year's layoff from the sport, Hoffmann is ready to go, First sacker Tom Shannon upped
with Deendayal, added 59 runs, carrying the scoreto
and can't wait for the basketball season to begin. his average to .309 against the
140, whereupon Deendayal retired 53 not out,
Says Hoffmann, "It was quite hard at the beginning to watch the guysIn Seminoles In the recent series between -
a season best, followed shortly by Stan Etchells with
action and stand aside unable to help out. However, I really feel the two clubs. Shannon has career-best 25 not out.

that the layoff has helped me considerably." also driven across 25 tallies and
After two hours, the British fielding still had
'" Explains Hoffmann, "I was able to watch the team from a distanceand has scored 24 himself.
not Improved, but a monument amid the shambleswas
see the mistakes that were being made. I feel that I have improvedmy A rising newcomer on the Gator
Welshman Neville Morgan's diving lefthanded
considerably from these observations." has been former
game scene pitcher catch, six inches off the ground, from a solid drive
Hoffmann Is currently attending summer school along with two other Don Pendley who has become the
by Tom Moore (All-America baseball and All-Comers
"new" who will prominently In the Gator scene--
men figure cage regular third baseman.
cricket). This catch was a perfect model of reflex e
Gary Keller and Jeff Ramsey. Pendley has come up 56 times activity.

"These two boys are going to help the team a lot," says the former and driven out 16 hits since taking King then tried to draw the teeth of the expected

Chicago "Player of the Year." "I've been working out against them over as a regular, which gives hima opening attack by inverting the batting order,butSaluJa

every day in single man-on-man competition and they have helped my .286 batting mark. He has also saw through It and put on Etchells (normally held

play." played some outstanding defensiveball. back for middle order batsmen) as opener. He took 3
Asked what the most Important area he paid attention to during his
was .
for 0 In his first over, finishing 4 for 28. At the other
year off, Hoffmann said,"Movement. As center you control the team's
end Morton was 5 for 30. After Etchells' first, the
action and the ball a lot. Day in and day out I worked on movement,
This series will be the last one smelled victory, for many the first in
passing, controlling the ball. I really feel encouraged by the experienceI've two months.
of the year for the Gators and will
had." Chances which were put down by the British fielders I.,
see five seniors making their final
were gleefully snapped up by the All-Comers and the ';1
Sizing up the prospects of the upcoming basketball team he says, appearances: Duncan, Montgomery
"Without a doubt I think that this years' team has more potential than Anderson, outfielder Jim Elliott score slumped to 18 for 7. A late rally by Whipp, :s.:.

any other team In recent school history. We have plenty of size, speed and catcher Dave Porter 12, and John Worthy (England), 22, added respecta-
bility to the score without really giving much hope
and offensive
ability (Notes: Anderson's earned run
l "A factor which hurt the Gators last year,"explains Hoffmann, "was average (0.85) is one of the coun- of either turning the tables, or even surviving to

the fact that the schedule was spread out over a long period of time and try's best...Sophomore hurler Dan close of play. The batsmen appealed against bad light

.4\ it was hard to get ready for each game. That won't be a problem this Griffin spots a perfect 400 mark towards evening, but the umpires,with rare Impartiality -

,\ season as we play several games each week In a tighter schedule." and should indicate greatness for permitted play to go on until the scoring closedat
6 feet 8" tall Hoffmann would be the most 72 while a jubilant All-Comers scorer wrote
normally "big" man on the future. .Pitcher Eggart is

college rosters. On the Gators', however, he Is only fourth highest, hitting so well (.300) that he will "\, _<<.....y,4"EXEUNT"._...-all over*' the score.. book. >4.i :
,' '
trailing behind 6-11 Richard Peek, 6-11 Jeff Ramsey, and 6-9 Gary probably play In center field during tJ.. ", ,i) J ";f L13t> ;tl '. ;';;; t" '<<. :-'f.z..rw1:
c Keller. Saturday's twin bill .Sophomore
With this tree-top tall crew, plus the Baxley-Henderson backcourtduo right fielder Bill Blomgren still

and stalwarts Dick Tomlinson and Paul Morton,the Gator prospects leads the club in runs batted in with

for a winning campaign are greatly enhanced.And 26, .Friday's game starts at 3

+ right In the middle of things at the center post, one can expectto p. m. with the Saturday double-

find Bob Hoffmann leading the Gators. header scheduled to begin at 2 p.m.
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