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last week announced acceptance
DISCUSSION Gloria Marie Barber, UFsoph
of a $150,205 contract
has been selected as "oneof
continued omore with the Peace Corps to train 60
from editionof the most outstanding college
volunteers for service in Brazil.
In the State of Florida."
May 22 girls
The program, which will be con
has earned to New York
She a trip
BARBARA. Parents should rea- ducted on campus June 17 to Sept
lize when they send their children City, where she will compete for 12, will be the first in Floridaand
the title of "National 7
to college -- I mean we're, what, College the first south of North Carolina -
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18 when we come to college -- Queen. said Dr. Lyle N. McAlister,
we're old enough to know what's Based on her scholastic accom- director of the university's Cen-

right and what's wrong and how plishments and her leadership In ter for Latin American Studies,

we've been brought up -- they -- campus activities, Miss Barberwas M who will administer the contract.It .

should realize that we're old t chosen as state winner from will train Peace Corps volunteers -
If thousands of stu-
enough to face the consequences of among college to serve as agricultural
whatever happens. dents. She will represent Florida extension workers, home econo-

S. M. Let me interject my I" during the 10th Annual National mists; and to supplement the 4-H

opinion, even though I'm the mod- College Queen Pageant. The City program for youth in rural areasof
of New York plays host to this event
erator. I somehow disagree. Your r. Brazil.

opening statement was "Parents -=-'..- each year, honoring collegiate women The training, 10 weeks on the

should realize when they send What to wear at the from across America canpus and two weeks at Camp
their children to college. ." I Miss Barber will leave on Frl- McQuarrle, Astor Park, Fla, will
think a lot of young people kid Fair. See page 2, uay June 12, and will spend 10 emphasize speaking fluency of the
themselves about how days in Manhattan. She will parti-
grown up Portuguese language, physical,
and I think it cipate In a series of forums and
they really are, personal and medical training,
was brought out in what you said Funkhouserspeaks will face more than 40 National technical skills, American affairs,

about parents sending their Judges--educators, journalists and Gators take two of threein world affairs, Communism, and
will each
celebrities.
CHILDREN to college. They score Brazil studies.

BARBARA. I concede on that. finalist on her knowledge, academic series. See page 8. It will be coordinated by Dr.

But still -- for achievements, personality, Wayne Bartz, assistant professor
and attractiveness.
S. M. The problem here is that poise of psychology at the University of
you've got 17-year-old boys and Highlights of the pageant will Florida and will be staffed by a
be televised "live" the CBS Honor Court
girls that have never been away varietyBy on dozen specialists in pertinent sub-
network. Miss Barber will
from home before in their life and appear ject areas.
don't know what they're doing when JOE KOLLIN on "The Ed Sullivan Show" on The Peace Corps trainees for

they get away from home, and Staff writer Sunday night, June 21st. The Coro- breaks up the 12-week program will come
nation of the "National Col-
you've got 18 and 19-year-old peo- new from all parts of the U. S. Most
Queen" will be televised that
ple that have been on their own The university today teaches a lege have some college training and

and know their way around and variety of skills which a divisionof evening the National, with Ed Winner Sullivan announcing cheat ring some have their college degrees,

don't need any watchdog. And this liberal and fine arts of the uni- Dr. McAlister said.
is something I've always wondered versity could support, according to For the past year, hundreds of The training contract follows an

about. Where does the university Humanities (C-5) instructor JackS. college newspapers across the nation By ED BARBER earlier agreement by the Univer-
have students to
fit in? or do they? Funkhouser at the Florida Union encouraged Staff Writer sity with the Peace Corps for major
enter this Candidateswere
RICHARD. I think It's the 'inl- Forums Committee lecture last competition. administrative and Instructional
also nominated sororities
versltles job to set up regulations, Tuesday night.Funkhouser. by "The Honor Court considersthis assistance in training volunteers
and club The final
probably even to make it as hardas said the university campus groups. one of the most serious cases for the Dominican Republic. That

they can. .there are those today trains students for higher income judging was completed recently, of cheating that we've had in the training, currently in progress at

who are going to break the rules brackets as medicine and (See QUEEN, Page 3)You ) last two years," said Gerry Rich- the Peace Corps' camp in Puerto

regardless. I mean,I'm not saying law, though the purpose of the university man, Honor Court chancellor.The Rico, Involves 14 other university

that rules are made to be broken, is to teach a variety of Honor Court, through Investigating specialists in areas extending from

but still, I don't think the univer- skills r a report by a UF student agriculture to political science.

sity should throw open the doors "After two years of University recently discovered a cheat-

and say, okay,you can live howeveryou College a student is encouragedby ing "ring" on the UF campus. An

please. That's wrong too, as the faculty to 'hole up' In one organized group of students were

well as the other extreme. building. He may never see the reported to have cheated on the

BILL. I just am of the opinionthat rest of the university. This compartmentalization last C-62 final examination. A

there should be reasonable defeats the pur- witness gave the Honor Court the

restrictions placed on students. pose of the university." name of one of those students.

(See SEX, Page 6)) The C-5 instructor added that the The court then worked with the

parts of the university that teacha 'r Y ro UF Board of Examiners, to cor-

particular skill only contribute relate and compare the papers of

indirectly to the kind of man higher all those taking the final. In this

education should produce. { way, they were able to uncover
"This certain type of man is "'$o\ four cases of cheating.

an illuminator,one who sheds light. When the four students were

The educated man is Independentin confronted with the results of the
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thought and Intellectually," investigation, they all pleaded guilty -
,
he continued. and signed confessions to that

According to Funkhouser,man Is ,, ." r. fact. Their plan had been to find

complex and cannot be free until ,.... a student who knew the material(

he develops all his capacities."One ,',1 well, copy from him, and then : p

of these capacities is the pass the Information on. In their

arts. We can't minimize Its im- too can have a confessions, the four also Impli- 1

portance. The liberal and fine arts lovelier complexion.See cated a fifth person. a t

deal with moral development." The four students, atasummarytrial

UF must provide resources and page 3. were suspended from theUF .,

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contest HC slogan setA Fair wear advice offered I IYou'll



contest to select :a: slogan be And that winds up your wardrobe for Fair-going. However, it doesn'twind
these features useful info. They'll
see
for Homecoming 64 will open up the clothes you should bring with you.
next Monday and entrants will have from time to time; they're marked by the use of If you copy Anita and Lois' wardrobe for Fair-going, you'll choose
a
a wide variety of topics to choose of blouson falling over a tiny brief
actually publicity stuff company names, but we two piecer consisting a to give it the
from this Final details will
year. look. Blouson chosen is of Arnel
covered-up, one-piece jersey in
be from various companies aren't getting'any Pay- red,
announced then. white and blue stripes, over a solid blue bottom. For poolside, takea
The contest will open June 8 and but we think they offer ola, honest. -- Ed. colorful shift, and rubber thong scandals, both of which can also be
close July 8. All students and
hotelloungwear.
your
other citizens of Florida,not working chose white
the a
For accessories, girls cardigan sweater, neutral
on the Homecoming committee, Chances are you may be one of the 60-mlllion visitors expectedat flats, stack-heel pumps in pastel, and higher heels for evening, head
will be eligible to submit ideas the World's Fair in New York -- chances are, too, that you're scarves for blowy days at the Fair, lots of short white gloves of washable
for a slogan of seven words or wondering what to wear. nylon, one pastel wipe-clean handbag and a tiny purse in gilt that will
less which
will describe the
aptly If you've been to, New York City before, you know that it's an all- double as an evening bag.
spirit! of UF's Homecoming, which round city. There's everything to do that you can think of, every kind To travel to the Fair, New York, or any other vacation spot
will feature a football game against of weather from torrid to torrential to tepid--and so a need for every the Penney's coordinators suggest a gold tweed linen YOU'vechosen suit
South Carolina
October 17.
type of wardrobe, whether you'll be there in spring, summer or early matched to a demure overblouse,and topped by a reversible red glamour
fall.Anita raincoat, that makes a dashing wrap for evening.And .
Paul and Lois Moran much traveled fashion coordinators
there you have it--a wardrobe that doubles and triples for
Shakespearetour for Penney's, the big department store chain headquartered in New and every function, at home, on the beach or in the theater, keyed any to
York, claim that"half your fun will depend on your ability to pack enough hot, medium or cool weather, and all weighed and fitted Into a 26 inch
versatile clothes into one suitcase. Nothing can spoil a girl's vacation pullman case!
offeredIn more quickly than finding she hasn't a thing to wear, or than startingit
by dragging several heavy suitcases across the lobby of Grand Cen-
commemoration of the 400th tral Station!"
anniversary of the birth of Shake- Anita and Lois obligingly selected the wardrobe they would take to the r
speare, a special Shakespeare festival Fair (not too difficult when you have all of Penney's fashion to choose I
tour is being offered to stu- from) and trimmed It down to fit a red vinyl suitcase 26 Inches long--
dents of Shakespeare and theatre the total weighing in at under the average airline allowance of 44 pounds.
art majors. The two-week tour "We didn't fill it to the hilt for going to the Fair,"' Lois points out,
program includes some of the "because you'll shop in New York and have less room in your suitcaseon .C J. .H.
world's most outstanding dramatic your way home."
and musclal performances and has First on their list is a group of interchangeable stretch coordinates-
been designed to Include special stretch fabrics because their built-in bounce keeps creases away and
workshops and behind the scene because the girls lIek "action" clothes for casual wear.
meetings to better acquaint stu- The group consists of three tops and three bottoms, all keyed to the Y .ti' f.v ss
dents with the inner workings of same pastel mint, blue, strawberry, pink and vanilla. Item one is a L a ;

English and Irish theatre. bright print floral blouse matched to three solid color bottoms--a < +r WON. LOOwWr. .MJ > ... :.A. .AOP%mv.. +GR 'iCvw' SS"S
Added to unforgettable Shake- pink easy skirt in Dacron poplin, blue Jamaica shorts for beach or
at Stratford the tour Includes poolside, and vanilla Dacron pants. To make this group endlessly vari-
speare Fresh Crisp Salad Bowl With Our Own Herbs
performances at Abbey able, clean and fresh, they have added one blue and white checked
Theatre, Dublin, the Edinburgh shirt, and a coordinating cotton floral print knit slipover. & Seasonings
Festival, and a choice of London's Shirt and skin combinations, they point out, are ideal for morningat
finest theatrical performances.Tour the Fair, or in New York's Greenwich Village, or with an appropriatehead
members will also visit the covering for a visit to historic churches. However, for Fair visits S Mixed Greens With Choice of French, RoquefortOr
medieval Bunratty Castle to enjoy that stretch through the afternoon, Anita has included a sleeveless shell Caesar Riviera Dressings
the ballads and songs of the 15th top in red, worn with a white, permanently pleated, Arnel skirt, and
Century, and dine by torchlight in topped by a navy blazer jacket. A light-weight addition to the crisp,
the authenlc atmosphere of Irish fresh early-day wardrobe is a blue denim jumper with a red and white 0 Bean Salad ,Annalowis Antipasto Salad

kings and chieftains of 500 years checked blouse under it.
For more formal day wear, Lois chose a wool, Chanel-like suit,
ago.The tour Is directed by Dr. with navy piping and a navy blouse in crepe. The wool is fluffy textured, (Carmanella's[
Arnold Powell, theatre arts department and summer weight. In the same category, but lighter to wear, is a
Birmingham Southern tan linen, its long torso a shade lighter than the skirt.A 5E*
College, Birmingham, Alabama, third outfit Intended to take you anywhere is a two-piece Dacron rfIlQ1t 5a&y
who will supply further Informa- crepe, black and white check, with an overblouse, three-quarter

tion to Interested participants. sleeved, and a permanently pleated skirt. Always Available: Matzo Ball Soup Out Service
Departure date is August 31, For an evening on the Fair, or on the town, the Penney's fashion
from New York, and returning girls have included a simple shift built like a shirt, but made of Cluny 706 West University Avenue
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appointment of Dr. Ronald bllity of the floor manager system,

Gue as chief of operations research hospital Inventory systems and
at the UP Hospital was automated medical records and

announced today by L. R. Jordan, communications systems for hos-

seal director of the University Hos- pitals.

tlhered pital. He received his bachelor's degree -
Dr. Cue whose appointment is
In business In 1960 and his
take effective June 1, will also serveas
doctorate In operations research
assistant professor of indus-
obe 'Ath J from Johns Hopkins Universitythis
trial engineering in the College of
spring.
tralead Engineering.As .
chief of operations researchat

able the Hospital, Dr. Cue will supervise -

will the basic and applied research Spanish
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from Johns Hopkins University,

Baltimore, Md., where he was an Foreign Language Instituteof
my in and Johns
Instructor engineering
I tto the department of foreign lan-
where he has been
Hopkins Hospital
ich guages will sponsor a class for
engaged in operations research
beginning students of Spanish in
since 1960. He has made studiesof
Grades 812.Instruction.
hospital organization, the feast-
will begin June 17

r T Your I FUNKHOUSERContinued I and No end fees August will be 3. charged.All .

Fabulous House'7 students must be enrolled
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skin encouragement for an adequate director, Foreign Language Insti-

I I.I I. tips on careYour program continued.He .of fine arts, Funkhouser tute, Ext. 2625.


complexion tells more a- with that from the face and arms 5. DON'T LET YOUR EMO- said UP needs a permanent

bout your health, your mood, and were made by Dr. John M. Knoxof TIONS TAKE COMMAND. Itch- gallery for display of classic art, Art exhibit

your feelings than you may rea- Baylor University College of Ing, "break-outs" and other trou- a fully equipped theater, a major
Medicine In Houston Texas. Dr. bles sometimes effort In the area of dance/ anda
lize.Dr. are thought to be UP professors of art are showing
1 Irwin I. Lubowe, a specialist Knox said that while further caused by the emotions. While It's concert hall.Funkhouser. their most recent paintings in the

noted for his research workIn studies would be helpful, he felt difficult to get at the root of things, suggested an increased "Summer Painting Exhibition" to

care of skin and hair,calls your that the visible changes In skin a persistent bout of skin troubles budget for Lyceum Coun- open In the Department of Art's
skin "the fabulous house you live we interpret as aging are due may yield to a talk with, as wellas cil, support for an Increased mu- Gallery X June 1.
In," and says In book, NEW HOPE largely to sun exposure. a physical check-up, by your sic school, and an overhaul of the
FOR YOUR SKIN, that few of us 3. AVOID COSMETICS YOU family doctor. Some doctors have present fine arts program to makeIt Those exhibiting are professors

realize how well our skin performs MAY BE ALLERGIC TO. A sur- found that once the trouble is out dominant on campus. Roy Craven, Hollls Holbrook, Ken

many vital functions. prising number of women have In the open, the pressure Is off, "A tine arts program should be Kerslake, P. R. McIntosh, Stuart

Here are seven tips on com- skin which Is sensitive to materials and the skin begins to show improvement Invaluable for all students. The Purser, Joseph Sebatello and Hiram -
found In only way to do this Is to speak up. Williams.
plexion care, compiled by researchers or Ingredients ordinarily -
at Schieffelln & Com- harmless cosmetics. Dr. This Is an area that can gain our The exhibition Is scheduled June

pany In New York City: Martin Barr, head of the Depart- 6. TAKE CARE OF YOUR enthusiasm and enjoyment. We 1 26, Monday through Friday,
1. MAKE SURE YOUR SKIN ment of Pharmaceutics at Wayne HAIR. The scalp Is part of the must have the money and attitude from 9 a.m. 12 and 2 5 p.m.
skin--although It's more easily ne- for it." The public Is Invited.
HAS ENOUGH MOISTURE. Over- State University, said that a studyof
heated rooms, too much bathing 416 cases of cosmetic allergies glected. Dermatologists point out

with a harsh alkali soap, other revealed that 48 per cent of the many skin disorders start with

causes, make skin dry out and appear patients were allergic to lipstick, the scalp. Facials and massagesseem
to age. Hypo-allergenic 15 per cent to nail lacquer, and 19 to do more good If you also
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lotions like Almay relieve all-over per cent to creams and lotions. give yourself a shampoo and mas- I

body dryness caused by weather, Almay has developed a completeline sage your scalp.
Watch out for cases of dandruff
of
e water, heating systems--and Is high-fashion hypoallergenic -
recommended by physicians for cosmetics to screen out as which may cause skin Irritation.

head-to-toe application after bath- many as 55 potentially irritating If you dye your own hair, always
Ing, before retiring. If your skinis ingredients. give yourself a patch test first. (Continued from Page 1)) educators, editors publishers.

still dry after using body lotion 4. EAT A BALANCED DIET. 7. GET SOME FRESH AIR and 50 National Finalists were

regularly, there's a remote chance The old belief that fat people have EXERCISE EVERY DAY. A heal selected. There will be one candi- At the World's Fair, these col-

that your condition is caused by a better complexions than thin ones thy all-overglow results from good date from every State, including lege students will be honored

hormone deficiency -- see your Is not justified by a doctor's experience health, good circulation, and daily Alaska and Hawaii Miss Bar- guests. They will visit the Vati-

doctor. Dr. Lubowe recom- exercise helps. In a day your ber was awarded the title of can Pavilion, where they will be

2. DON'T OVERDO THE SUN- mends ,that It you're overweight, skin dissipates enough heat to boil "Florida College Queen." She can given a special showing of Michel-

GODDESS BIT. Some doctors feel you should shed the excess pounds 25 quarts of water -- thus protecting win more than $5,000 in prizes, angelo's "Pleta." On Wednesday,

that exposure to sunlight is the slowly, eat small portions of a balanced you from overheating. It including a trip to Europe and an June 17th, they will be the personal -
major factor responsible for the variety of foods. Both skin also protects you from chill and automobile. guests of Olympic championDick

aging appearance of the skin.Tests and hair require adequate nutri- from hordes of bacteria. Your Miss Barber, 20, is a Journa- Button at a performance of

made on tissue which was seldom tion. It may help prevent "break- skin is your largest organ -- It's lism major. She Is a member his Ice show at the Fair.
exposed (on the bottocks) compared outs." Important. Take care of It. of Delta Delta Delta sorority, cor-
respondent for the Tri-Delts maga-
Eacheveningthe collegiate can-
LETTER: zine, service projects chairman
didates will be entertained royally.
the sorority, member of Florida
They will see Broadway shows
Blue Key Speakers Bureau and ,
After the electionEDITOR famous night clubs, go "behind thescenes"
Little Sisters of the Maltese Cross.
at Radio City Music Hall,
and will circle Manhattan Islandon
The girls participating In this a sight-seeing boat trip.
: overflowing onto the sidewalks until had. He has displayed a unique year's Pageant will receive many

Mayor Haydon Burns' campaign early Wednesday morning. Interest in the problems of university honors during their visit to New
headquarters in each of Florida's Burns supporters did not mind students and staff. His York City. Mayor Robert F. The "National College Queen"competition
is "a serious effort
67 counties hosted victory festivi- talking about their man. position against the trimester system Wagner has extended official \
to select and to honor the nation'smost
ties following Burns sweeping Wayne Carlisle, Gainesville and in favor of university expansion greetings to all the candidates.The "
outstanding college girl.
election over Miami's Mayor Robert lawyer and present county attor- are but two examples of collegiate Pageant is an annual -
The annual search has the full
King High in Tuesday's Demo- ney, was available for comment: his concern for our problems. His highlight of the "New YorkIs
support of many leading companiesin
cratic runoff. "I am confident that Florida will great personal drive and reputa- A Summer Festival" celebration -
American industry which pro-
In Gainesville, hundreds turned not regret its decision; before us tion for getting results make me vide the national prizes.
out to celebrate the occasion. lies one of the finest administra- believe he can speed up the development -
Burns' headquarters here, the local tions the state has ever had. Manyof of Florida's Educational The United Nations will wel-
Knights of Pythias Lodge, on the allegations against Mayor system." come all of the National Final- The girl who becomes the 1964

,S. Main Street, remained full an*. urns were completely unfounded Charles W. Pruitt Jr.,Assistant ists on Monday, June 15th, and National College Queen will receive -
and ridiculous. I am glad the Director of the hospital at the they will ba taken on a special a trip to Europe, all expenses -
tour of the U.N. paid; a Renault,"Cara-
DemonstrationDemonstrations voters o Florida were not fooled; University Medical Center, was
this is a great victory for all of optimistic about the University'sfuture velle" convertible automobile; a
under the 'Many of the competitive events wardrobe of latest fashions;a com'
against seg- Florida, not just an isolated section Burns Adminis-
regation policies in St. Augustineare Florida will move forward tration, "The University and the and Forums will be held at the plete assortment of electric appliances -

slated for this weekend, according under Burns leadership like it has general fiscal condition of the New York World's Fair. Each of by Westinghouse; service
State should the girls will be asked to voice for eight In Gorham Sterling silver '
to leaders of the St.Augustine never done before. Improve under Burns
I her opinions on a wide of ; a full year's supply of BobbI
Movement. Mac Melvin, law student and leadership. The man's record range
A meeting of those wishing to chairman of the Students Burns speaks much louder than a thousand subjects. Forums will be conducted and White Rain hair care productsand

participate in the demonstration group, said about Burns, "I am rumors;! am very encouraged on education, general know- cosmetics; a special gift from
will be held Thursday, June 4, at confident Haydon Burns will do by the voters' decision today." ledge, current events, fashions, Best Foods Division of Corn Products -

8 rnra. at the Mt. Carmel Baptist more for higher education than career goals, etc. The girls will Company, and many other

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of letters about Dr. Edward Tel- between Linus Piullng and another large number of people yet to be ?

ler in preparation for his public Nobel Prize winner, Dr. Willard born. We see clearly how the

lecture to be delivered at the Libby. Libby showed that the same scientific information can be I

University of Florida on Friduy, increase of radiation that people used to push two opposing political By BOB MOUNTSWhen I

June 5.The were receiving from the radio- points of view.Unfortunately t

active fallout produced by all the Teller and Libby

development of nuclear weapons bomb tests made up to that time, were not completely successful.The Mayor Haydon Burns became elected as the

cannot proceed without a 1959, was equal to the Increasein fear of bomb testing lingeredin Democratic nominee for Governor of Florida he J

testing program. Scientists are cosmic radiation we find whenwe the public mind and undoubtedly carried with him the support of almost every powerful
unable to from first
compute prin- increase our altitude by little contributed to President Eisen- "vested interest" In the state. It is Important for 1
how atom bomb H-
ciples an or
over one hundred feet. Since a hower's decision to stop our bomb every citizen to appreciate and understand what this
bomb will work but must depend
large city, Denver, Colorado, has testing so long as the Russians means for Florida. I
upon experience gained from past been in existence for some timeat negotiated for a test ban treaty In the first place, what is a "vested interest?"
tests. For this reason a nation
an altitude of over 5,000 feet, allowing an inspection system to In a society where public policy is made throughthe
able to test its
weapons can pro-
and since no one advocated evac- prevent cheating. For some interaction of pressure groups the words "vested
ceed to while that
new designs one
uating these people to sea level, strange reason, we lived under a interest" should not necessarily carry with them an
does not test cannot make progressin
the effectiveness of Pauling's arguments test suspension for three years ominous meaning. Each one of us has a "vested
this line. We can never feel
were greatly diminished. with no inspection system what- interest" in our future job opportunities. We are
that have sufficient know-
sure we
Pauling's counterattack was to every while we insisted on not sign all familiar with the legitimate Interest that the Lyceum
of nuclear because
ledge weapons point out that a large amount ofa ing a treaty unless it provided for Council or the Florida Players might have in assuring
like those of other
any type, new
variations with new applications radioactive element, carbon-14, such Inspection. As a result, we that their budget is passed by the Legislative Council.
possible. is manufactured from the air whena do not yet know whether the Rus- In Florida politics, most people apply the term
are always
nuclear bomb explodes. He esti- sians tested in secret during this "vested Interest" to the DuPont Corporation, or

mated that the effects of the car- period. We do know,however,that Florida Power and Light. This does not necessarily

Unfortunately nuclear explo- bon-14, generated during one year they suspended the large atmo- mean that their Interest Is evil, or calculated to sub-
sions in the atmosphere contami- of testing, on the world's popu- sphereic tests that we could detect. jugate the "man-in-the-street." (Whatever that

nate it with a certain amount of lation from the time of testing for At the same time, they made extensive means.)

radioactive material just as some ever Into the future would be to preparations in secret and One of the most profound divisions in political j'

factories disperse chemical poi- cause about 55,000 children to have then began testing with very little philosophy is found in the struggle between "big \

sons into the air. An explosionnear gross physical or mental defects, warning. We were not preparedfor business" and those politicians who, at least, claim

the ground vapourizes earth 170,000 stillbirths and childhood this resumption of testing and their base of support in the people. In many ways I

and, as this earth condenses, It deaths, and 425,000 embryonic and took some time to get back Into can appreciate the viewpoint of either side of this ': ,

precipitates out an appreciable neonatal deaths. To answer this, the race. The Russians gainedso question as the struggle has not yet subsided in my :::}!
fraction of the radioactive mater- Libby was able to show that the much by this maneuver that own thinking :;
ial so that it falls to the ground increase in radiation that you receive Teller felt compelled to Inform a tk k
Anyone who has 'ever had the experience of being
near the point of explosion. For from carbon-14 produced by meeting of about 100 members of one of the typically small group of people who take
this reason such explosions must H-bomb tests Is about the same as Congress that there were strong f
leadership and
responsibility in even the most insignificant 4
be made at some distance from the Increase in cosmic rays you get indications that the Soviet Union club understand >
can one of the basic biasesof
population centers. Other radio- when walk from the first floorof
you was ahead of the United States in the '
big businessman. In any organization there .:
active material is thrown high into your house to the second floor. nuclear weapons experimentation.Arthur is
always a leadership core who carry the load and
the atmosphere where it may stay It should be noted that there was i1"
make the decisions for that organization. More often
for years and may be distributed no substantial disagreement on the A. Broyles
than not, there will have been a leadership vacuum
i entirely around the world. In data used and
any scientific by Libby Professor of Physics and
that has been filled
by the most forceful personality,
event the radioactivity dies The difference
away Pauling. came Physical Sciences
or the person who can be DEPENDED UPON to DO
with time so that after a while
The Florida that particular job.
*
it becomes harmless. The radio- I
By the time an important business
executive, or a
also be contained
activity can underground -
successful political leader has found at the
if the explosion is not ALLIGATOREditor. room top
too large. he is often singularly Impressed with the remarkable

capacity that he and others like him, have for getting

the Job done. He is convinced, with some justification -
Some ten years ago Dr. Linus . . . . . . . John Askins that it Is his kind of person that carries the

I Pauling, a Nobel Prize winner in burden for society.In .

the field of chemistry, raised the Executive Editors our democratic system, however, the people do
question of the danger to the earth's Jim Hammock Benny Cason have the last word, but campaign committees and

population of continued bomb test- ,Ass xlate Editors candidates most often rely on the so-called "opinion

ing. He concluded, for example, Bob Thomas Ed BarberJim leaders" and the "flnaclally responsible" to direct

that a number oftheorderoflOOOO. Castello Ernie Lltz and finance their campaigns. The basic truth is, that
i people in the world might die as Pat Hogan Eunice Tall J OTHER PEOPLE CANNOT BE DEPENDED UPON.

a result of nuclear' tests. Pauling's Beth Kraselsky Nancy Brachey Unless the great mass of people become aroused

campaign of writing, coupled with a at excesses resulting from a particularly corrupt

radio and television appearances, Sports Editor. . . . . . Martin Edwards ... government they will not take any positive action.

alarmed many of us concerned with 5 Their redeeming factor is, that occasionally, they do
this country's strength in nuclear Staff Writers become aroused, and a healthy balance is restored.

weapons. Wa were afraid that Paul- John Hancock, Phil Geyer, Don Federman, Robin Lund wall, Many students, for example, will decry the excessesof

Ing would arouse unrealistic fearsIn Mary Ann Hansen, Riva Goldberg, Vernon Swartsel, Liz campus political parties but do not ever put out

the American people to such an Brewer, Charlie Bush, Jim Carleto,, Joe Kollin,Anne Richards, > the effort to take effective action, or to seek positionsof
extent that they would demand Bob Wise, and Tom Glbboney. responsibility for themselves.

cessation of bomb testing at all Realistically, the best attainable situation is one {

costs. If this happened, the Rus- Receptionist ....... . . . .Marsha G. Brown In which public officials are responsive to ALL 'V
sians would forge ahead In this [
vested Interests
Including
that which you' and I have
field and might make discoveriesof PRODUCTION CREW In good government.To .

things about which we knew Don Addis, Nelson Meyer, Sam Shaya, Ernie Litz, Dave maintain the balance In Florida it may become

nothing. They could conceivablybuild Piche, Jim Neff, and Darlene Pierce. necessary for every citizen, and particularly every t

a nuclear strlnklng force that newsman, to keep a watchful on the course of
eye
could completely destroy our in The Florida Alligator is the official student newspaper of the state
government.
The people will have an early
of Florida and Is published five times
a surprise attack. University weekly
opportunity in 1966 to
make their felt.
except during the nlonths'or May June and July, when It is power

I remember, at that time,askinga published semi-weekly. The Florida Alligator is entered as
mutual friend why Teller had second-class matter at the United States Post Office at

not publicly: countered Pauling's Gainesville, Florida.

attacks. Mr friend informed nu

that Teller's experiences followingthe u; Golly 1 The woods are
Oppenheimer hearings had beenso Hey, Lionel I 11

painful to him that he prefer- co on fire! FIRE I

red not to be involved in public ((

controversies again. With this "- ll\M

information in mind, I sat down and

wrote Teller urging him to take

an active public position on this

matter. I pointed out that he was i- ': ,'-
by far the best known of us and

the one most likely to be heard.

Fortunately be did decide once

ag In to fight for the position that Addis
Don
be felt so strongly was the right



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long as the general .-even try anything, would you come back usually, if you think about it,we get breaks the taboo. What I'm con- who are sleeping with each other,

And as Intelligent students .- and say, "well now, that's not the paired off pretty well. The boys cerned about Is, how do they do are they better students or worse

the more anybody. and they have run of the mill boy. He's different, that would and the girls that will, It? Do they do it responsibly? I students? And what kind of peopleare

or even opinion that this Is he's not average." Or if he did they usually end up together. judge a person by more than the they after all? Are they
the general
little bit too ridiculous -. try something would you comeback DR. JONES. A good questionis way they conduct what I considerto people-users? Or are they people
just a to the and say, "He's certainly not aver what about these people who are be their personal life. I have who are nice people? Who are
not going get cooperation -
if you're "
of the students, and I age either? I mean, I wonder promiscuous, or very selective but a large class, 100 students now, able to get to know somebody.And .

think It's reasonable restrictionsthat which do you think girls consider they break the disunity taboo? Are 350 in another trimester. I don't to respect them, and so on.

typical? they then lost souls? or do they know how many of them do and how These to me are more ImportantI'll -
will get the cooperation. I
to have BARBARA. It's hard to pinpoint.It ultimately come to some point of many of them don't. What I'm put it in another 'way. What
If you're going
think any
more or less depends on the leading a responsible life and so? concerned about as a teacher is does it mean to the two people who
of off-campus housing restrictions
kind boy you're talking about. We could I'm extremely concerned with this. whether they're able to hold up are Involved? ,
anything set It at
or a
hour limit It to get on the subject of the typical I must admit that It doesn't> botherme their responsibilities. And I have (Don't miss the series' conclusion
reasonable or
Florida man. horribly whether somebody no way of knowing whether the ones
conduct at wild )
improprletous par- S. M. Let's don't. We haven't Friday ,.
ties or something like that, but .- got enough time.BARBARA. .

DEAN SMITH. Are you familiar I've dated boy now

with the new off-campus housing off and on for about the last six or

regulations? seven months and there's nothing
BILL. Yes, I realize that, that serious and he's never tried anything YOU COUlDN.'TASK
been done. But I'm
this has just it took him about five

saying, I think this Is a step In dates to get up enough courage

the right direction. to kiss me, but I understand from
I don't know If this Is off the some of his cohorts that he's not

subject or not; to get onto the .
exactly
a -- deadpan.S.
moral standard Is also an inter- In minuteto
M. turning just a
esting discussion. I think It con- the boys, do you think out of

fuses people no end and createsa personal experience, what makes FOR A

terrific amount of problems.As most boys judge whether they ought '
long as society looks It \. .
upon to try something or not? Do certain
that way, It gives impetus to the boys always figure that they can

double standard. I think this Isa and other boys say no, I don't

large part of the problem also. believe In It, or do you just kind .

I don't believe in that either. I of say, I size her up to be about : .

don't personally sanction promis- this kind of girl? ,

cuity. I think that's bad. I don't RICHARD. Let's face It, I'll MORE J. '.,

have respect for anybody who's throw a monkey wrench Into the .

promiscuous. But by the same works; there are certain girls '.;:"

token,! can't see people just sit- who expect It. There's the other :!",,,

ting back there, girls putting them- degree. I mean, it's not only the ,

selves up on a pedestal and saying, boys.

"Look at me, I'm a virgin." BILL. I'm just thinking back to u

s. m. That brings up somethingelse. a little story -- I mentioned before

Is being a virgin still a that my Uncle sent me to a book-- SPECIALIZED

respected value? And the counter- well, my aunt sat myself and a

part to the boys is, when you go bunch of my cousins down -- I

out with a girl, do you feel like don't know how old I was, probably ,

you sorta got to try something or 14 or something like that -. she

they'll wonder -- particularly on sat us down to see If we had any

the second or third or fourth dateor -- questions. And one of the questions -

they'll wonder what's the mat- I asked at this young age

ter? was, how far should you go witha
RICHARD. I once sat In on an CONCENTRATEDMARKET
girl on a date? And her answer
Interesting conversation this past
was, if you respect a girl, don'ttry
summer. It was a group of girls-- :-
anything, and if you don't really
intelligent college women -- we
care one way or the other, then go
attacked this same problem. They
as far as she'll let you. It was
felt still fine vir-
virginity 'Was a
interesting advice to follow, for a
tue to have before marriage and
while, and then one day in high
all, but they still expected their
school, I went out with a girlI
husbands whenever they got mar- respected, and about the fourth THAN
ried to have at least a little more friend of
date she went out with a
sexual education than they them-
mine Instead .- she asked not to
selves had so they could more or
go out with me, she wanted to gQ
.
less take
command out with my friend -- and I didn't

S. M. Someone that would know find out until on the side, from

what was happening. somebody else, that she thought

RICHARD. Right. something was wrong with me because -

BARBARA. I definitely think I hadn't tired anything. So THE READERSHIP

virginity Is a virtue. and. this will go along with what you

well, I'm all for it. (Laughter). say -. this Is exactly the problem.DR. .

S. M. Do you think most girls JONES. You know what

respect the norm? you're talking about really? You're
BARBARA. Yes, I do. of
talking about the inability peopleto
S. M. I've often wondered If the
each other
communicate with ,
degree of virgins is sometimesas to find out who they are, what

low as people say it is, if their standards are, what they

girls didn't wonder if, well, I want, what they expect and whetheror OF THE FLORIDA
wonder
what's the matter? not you respect one another.

BARBARA. I might say here that RICHARD. They Just don't know,

well, personally, I respect a boy do they?

that, if he tries something, he DR. JONES. Well, there's one
can take no for an answer. There
way to find out. And fast.
are some boys who get really BILL. Yeah, but It's not the .
nasty about it, they're no good.
talk about
type of thing you can very
Well, for Instance, I was out to ALLIGATO
easily.
dinner with bunch of and
a girls, DEAN SMITH. I don't know
we were more or less hashing the right u
whether my percentages are "
subject out, and the driver of the but I have frequently said that
car was sitting there talking about
probably about 15 per cent of the
one particular time when she went
would not
boys on the campus
out with a boy that she liked an
under
of
take advantage a girl any
awful lot -. she was really crazy
circumstances, no matter how .
H' ;
about him-and they were messing themselvesat
much they might put
around and all of a sudden' just his disposal. I think another 15 .......
out of a clear blue sky he told have got
per cent of the girls
her he wanted to to ged with
go
to fight off, and it's pretty rough
her. And she said that kindof
just
to mixed with
if they happen get up
stopped her. dead in her tracks, them. But I think that the remain- The FloridaALLIGATOR '

that that was the worst thing he ing 70 per cent pretty much follow

could have said to her. And he the lead set by the girls, that the -
kept pressing the issue, wouldn'tlet
it drop, and I agree with her. girls can maintain the standards

I mean, I think respect is the that they feel ought to be main

key word tained. Univ. Ext. 2832 Ask For AdvertisingTuesdayJune .

? M. You think if you date a RICHARD. I happened to be

boy several times and he doesn't thinking about something -- that







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[ For: Sale EICO HFT-94 AM tuner, Garrard campus. Each at $30 per month going abroad. 1960 Studebaker, 8
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Tuesday,June 2,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 7




Behavior studiedby



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engineers



Dr. John Fink, head of engineering -
By ROBIN LU WALL
counseling,recently began sucha
Staff Writer
study. "Our purpose Is to exa-
mine factors In the prediction and
Some engineers that
say any- design of optimum human behaviorIn
thing can be designed to perform "
industrial situations, Dr. Fink
better..even humans. Designing
more efficient humans may be a said.The
research, part of behavioral
distant goal, yet a step In this
engineering, is necessary becauseof
direction is being taken at the Col-
Increases in technology,he said.
lege of Engineering.
"As Industrial processes have become -

iii more complex, the human

I HONOR COURT I element more involved obscured In and the processesis less easy

to "
evaluate.
(Continued from Page 1)) '.
Basis of the project is the observation -

for one trimester, given a failing of volunteer undergraduates -
-- grade in the course, awarded nine in certain control situations.Dr. .

Rehearsing a scene for Tennessee Williams' "Summer and Smoke', to be presentedon penalty hours, and given a severe Fink emphasized that the prin-

campus tomorrow through Saturday, are Steve Malin, left, and Sand Mahoney. reprimand.The ciples Involved weren't new. "It's
fifth student also pleaded only recently that we've begun to
Malin plays the part of John, a young playboy. Miss Mahoney portrays Rosa Gon- guilty and recleved the same sentence apply the reinforcing and condi-

zales, the daughter of a casino and brothel owner. Tickets for "Summer and Smoke"are as the others, with the exception tioning of favorable habits and
of receiving four penalty patterns to industry." Behavioral
available to students free at the information booth across from the Hub. The hours. engineering has the potential of

production will open at 7:30 pm in Norman Hall Auditorium Wednesday and Thurs- "Suspension from the universityis increasing both industrial efficiency -

day, and at 8 pm Friday and Saturday. severe, but this gives the stu- and worker stalsfactlon he
dent time to think over what he
said.Dr.
did and to take a new look at his Fink has both an academicand
of values Richman industrial background. After
sense con-
I Adults taught to swimThree tinued. "As a matter of fact, receiving his doctorate in physiology -
Lost saleAn it's really questionable whether a and psychology, he taught at
person involved In this type of several universities and worked

weeks ago Dorthy Duda, with himself. But members of cold, premeditated cheating even for eight years in the aero-space
2UC, could barely swim. Todayshe his class comment that he's "un- auction sale of lost and belongs at the UF." industry. lie came to the univer-
splashes about confidently and derstanding," "patient" and "a found items will take place today Richman went on to say that although sity in September.
strokes through the water like a real taskmaster." at 4:30 p.m. at the information cheating is cheating, no
channel-swimmer The adult swimming class meetsat booth across from the matter how or why it is done,thereIs Undergraduates who wish to vol-
Dorthy is the product of the adult noon everyday for an hour at Hub. Items to be acutloned quite a difference in a des- unteer for the project may applyat

swimming class taught by R. H. (the university pool. The class isn't include raincoats, umbrellas, perate, spur-of-the-moment. Room 304 at the engineering

Reisinger, of the College of Physical just for non-swimmers, but to books, watches, jewelry, and and the actually planned and organized building.
Education and Health. Her case Increase the swimming skills of various clothing items. act.

illustrates what Reisinger feels is adults with all degrees of ability. "We hope that In some way,
the main problem in teaching adultsto the sentences given In these cases,
swim. will act as a deterent to students Sewing MachinesNecchi

"The majority of people can't who consider cheating an answer
swim because they have a learned Fanny Hill' reviewed tonightA to their problems," Richman said.

fear of the water," he said. "The "Any violation of the honor codeIs New Home, '"'

swimming class's goal is to have book review of "Fanny Hill" concerning Itself." serious. We have a tremendous White, Universal and
the problem In students not realizingthe
non-swimmer acquire enough will be delivered tonight at 8:15, "It reflects on the hyprocrisyof Pfaff. 10offtoUFstudents.
confidence to this importance of the code. Any-
fear.
overcome
in the Florida Union Auditorium by our modern society--sexual discussion -
Reisinger gives his non-swim- time a student breaks the code of Rentalsparts,
Dr. Thomas Preston, professor of in private, but not in pub-
mers confidence in two ways. honor he is violating the trust supplies for
English.The lic, he said.Certain repairs,
First he has which has been placed in him, and
his learn
pupils
review, sponsored by the works have always been all make machines.
is neglecting the responsibilitythrust
drown-proofing water survival
a
Committee associated with
Forums
Florida Union controversy. "
technique in which the person uses will explain the modern value of the "Fanny Hill" among them. "The upon him. Good used machines

buoyancy rather than strength to mid-eighteenth century novel by standard undercurrent of mankindis from $25 up.SEWING .
keep afloat John Cleland. exemplified by such novels as Men invitedAll MACHINE

Second, he's a skilled, percep- "We picked this book because "Ulysses," "Lady Chatterly'sLover
tive teacher. He claims he graduate men are invited to SERVICE CO.
just "
everybody has read it or has "Tropic of Cancer,
tries to have the person compete heard about it," Dr. Preston explained "Fanny Hill," and such poetry as a spring social in their honor at 815 West Univ. Ave.
Robert Burns' "Merry Muses of Jennings Hall Wednesday at 7:30 376-1075

CAMPt.JSCOMf'ASS Time magazine says, Fanny's Caledonia," spoke Dr. Preston.Dr. p.m. in the recreation room.

memoirs combine literary grace Preston received his D.A.
with a disarmingenthusiasm for an from the University of Detroit and

activity which is, after all, only acquired his M.A. and Ph.D. degrees -
human. What is more, she never from Rice University.

Edward and Carolyn Troupln uses"The a dirty book word.," states" Dr.Preston, Presently, he is writing a bookon "Those in the know

will play sonatas for violin and "is pornography with an artistic 18th century satire. Also a
piano In a concert tonight at the structure. Every word can be takenin collection of essays is forth-
Medical Center auditorium. The another sense." coming.His ALWAYS MEET AND EAT

concert, which begins at 8:15, will The novel's introduction declares past articles have appearedin
include works Handel Mozart "Publications of the Modern-
by that by measurement of
AT THE PARK LANE I II
Hindemlth and Franck. today's standards, "Fanny 11111" Language Association of America -
is not "patently offensive." ," (MLA).
Student employment is looking "The novel," emphasized Pres- A question and answer period I
for students to fill several clerical ton, "has forced the modern society will follow the review. There is FREE Banquet SPECIAL BONUSDISCOUNT

Jobs. They must be good to answer many questions no admission charge. Rooms
typists, enrolled this trimester, I
and I To All Students s.
carrying a 2.0 average overall -
and University PersonnelJust
and for
the previous trimester.
For further information contact PATRONIZE GATOR ADVERTISERS"Where Llunch11:30( Show I.D. Card)

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Page 8 The Florida Alligator TuesdayJune 2,1964I'



I' -- Gator win ((2-1)) FSU series; SPOITS I IThe





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Gators won their big base- Adrian Zabala absorbed the loss ," ,,. i1f1'!
4I "i'
ball series with arch-rival Florida for: the Gators,finishing the season : 'f. \,I
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State this weekend at Perry Field, with a 2-2 mark. Howell came back ', ,I:' ,

by winning the Friday game 2-1, to pitch in relief for the Seminolesand > >",:," A ,' ,," ,,, ,. '.' ., '. _'d y
and splitting a double header on evened up his season recordat

Saturday, winning *h*> opener 2-1 6-6.

and losing the night cap 5-4. .
Notes -- The Gator home field r e' IL ,

A heated pitching duel betweenthe record this year was an outstand- x

Seminoles' Marty Howell and ing 11-3 mark. .An infield filled ;. e e

the Gators' Charlie Anderson in with regulars can be expected to r w

the Friday game was broken in the return to action next season In ( _

bottom of the seventh inning when Tom Shannon, Ron Creese, Don
Pendley, and Randy Morcroft. [ : #
the Gators scored two runs. ,, ak n i y s
and movedto Also back from the pitching staff
Ron Creese singled
second base when Tom Shannon will be Eggart, Zabala, and sopho- :

walked. Dill Blomgren then rifled more Dan Griffin ((4-0)). .Appropriately -
enough team captain 16,;*' kfn 'bNE& 'A" q"i 415n :N N ,*x > a ykt a ,r '$,
a singled to right field driving in
Creese. Blomgren and Shannon Duncan led the Gator hitting department -

then executed a double steal with with a fine .331 mark. .

a Shannon scoring on the play. Earl Montgomery hit at a .304 clip
and Shannon posted an even .300

State scored a meaningless run average. .pitcher Eggart batted

In the ninth when Gary Nicholsand .324 for the year. Jn the past Tom Shannon's single in the fifth inning of Saturday's
four seasons the Gator baseball I
Bob Wilcox walked, Larry first drove Danny Eggart home breaking a I
Johnson hit into a double play teams have posted a record of 97 game up

sending Nichols to third, and Ken victories and 37 defeats for a scoreless game. The Gators went on to win, 2-1. KLEAN-A-MATIC

Suarex singled him home. .720 average.

Anderson won his fifth game of
the season against two defeats In LAUNDRY AND
Bombers best Budweiser
flnsihing out his sparkling pitching

I, career -- but needed help from
sophomore Adrian Zabala in the DRY CLEANINGUNDER
ninth. By MARTIN EDWARDS ace, Eddie King. He's Big John Hunter, renownedto
Sports EditorIn The Bombers managed to win it the Softball world as one of
1-0, scoring their lone run in the its greatest hurlers of former
Pitcher Danny Eggart and team
third inning. Doug Mason reached days.In. NEW
American baseball
the
League
captain Jim Duncan were the Ga-
tor heroes of the first ont New York Yankees can be countedon base safely on an error,and scoredon his time "Big John" won 279 MANAGEMENTQUALITY

Saturday. game to usually win the pennant; In successive singles by Al Sum- games while losing only 21, In what
professional basketball the merford and Bubba Williams a for- must stand out as the most amazing
I Eggart broke the scoreless Boston IS
gamein
mer Gator star. pitching record in organized ball.
the fifth inning by scoring on a Celtics are perennial powers; but
King demonstrated his masterful Better yet, In World Championship
single by Tom Shannon. no team dominates a sport like
The Seminoles came back to tie the Clearwater Bombers do in pitching talent by striking out competition he fashioned a 50-3 OUR SPECIALTY
Softball. 12 men, walking none, and givingup record. Last season Hunter was
the In the sixth inning when
game just two hits. selected into the Softball Hall of 1722 W. Univ. Ave.
Suarez smashed home
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This type of performance is Fame.
the left field fence. Last Saturday night the World
Champions came to town and demonstrated about par for the course for the

their amazing talent Bombers who have won 17 games

The Gators were not to be denied, for winning Softball games by defeating this season while losing only two. COOL COMFORTABLE CAREFREEPOPLIN
the local Budweiser teamin The seven-time World Cham-
however, as Eggart reached baseon
a fielders choice play in the a double header, 8-0 and 1-0, pions (last two years) will playa

seventh, and Duncan promptly before some 2,000 fans in City 58-game schedule this season.
Park. Included are games in Canton, Polyester Cotton
drilled a line shot double to left

center field driving Eggart home North Carolina, Reading,Pennsylvania Wash V WearSLACKS

with the winning run. The Bombers won the first game Raybestos, Connecticut,

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Eggart gained his ninth triumph five of the game's seven innings New Jersey, and Providence,

of the season against four defeats. Moundsman Weldon Haney put the Rhode Island, as the team makesits z

In two seasons on the mound the local team down without much trouble usual tour of the Eastern partof

6-0, Junior has won 19 and lost --striking out seven, walkingnone the country-playing against the M :

only 6.Florida. and giving up a lone singleto best softball competition in the ,

right fielder Dick Benton. nation.
State broke a 4-4 tie The Bombers usually manage to
game In the top of the eighth Inn- The second contest was a much win between 85-90 per cent of their fJJ : Ma

ing in the second game when Randy more interesting affair when the games and have quite a capable

Brown stroked a towering blast local talent's top hurler, Bob manager at the helm to guide

i over the right field fence. Barner, clashed with the Bombers' them.YOI .

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