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University of FloridaGainesville FridayJune 5,1964UFers
Vol.56, No. 145 ,
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I Council OK$ AA requestBy I

JOHN HANCOCK Athletic Association Informing It tion at the University!"
Staff Writer of the Council's position. The let- Council action had posponed allocating -

// ter said, ". .The reason for the the $15,000 proposed budget
in /jail; 'Tuesday night's Legislative postponement Is essentially that for the summer at two pre-

Council meeting saw two old questions the Council does not feel sufficient vious meetings because membersfelt
settled. The controverclai Information has been presentedwith that they should have Infor
Athletic Association budget was the request explaining allocation mation as to how the money was

passed without dissent. Don Pou- of the funds. spent.
A total of five Gainesville people are now being cher was approved to fill the postof "Please understand that the Following the passage of tile allocation -
held In St. Augustine jails following the arrest of Secretary of Academic Affairs. Council has no desire ,to appear Student Body Treasurer
two more Wednesday In civil rights demonstrations. At last week's meeting, the sec- antagonistic In this matter. We Fred Lane and Secretary of FInance -
All five have connections with the University of retary of the Council had been instructed are trying to secure more efficient Mike Holllnesworth. ..nt a

Florida. to send a letter to the and informed representa-: See COUNCIL, Pg. 2)I)
They are being held with all other civil rights N I
demonstrators at St. John's County Jail, which Identi- i
fied the two arrested Wednesday as James Cook

Brown, 42, and James Dacey, 26.
Dacey Is a 7AS here and reportedly a teaching a

assistant In the department of mathematics. Miss Gloria Marie Barber,
Brown was a member of the UF's teaching staff
until two years ago. He Is currently working undera a junior from Miami, is

research grant to develop a new language, Loglan, pictured over there at the
and Is Director of the Loglan Institute.
right. She's representing ;
Reported to be held In St. Johns County Jail were jjk
Marshall Jones, assistant professor of psychiatry at UFatthe National College

the UF; and twin brothers, Jim and Dan Harmeling. Queen Contest in New
Jim Is currently working on his masters degree in
York this month. We
psychology, while Dan, although not a student, Is just
Involved In a research project for the UF psychology thought you'd like to see

department.All she looks like. Hmm?
demonstrators are being charged with con- MM 1
spiracy, being an underslrable guest and trespassing, J J1r
with $500 bonds set on each charge.

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'Williams' plays, this symbolic
In which the alive beautifully
panic and confusion movements: ;

and soul, greed and the ugly
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Honor Court a next Tuesday's Alligator ,L', :
the newspaper's Sports
Hall of Fame for th*1963-64 ::r.. ia I
Beginning a series on the court '
season will be named. ,
by Chancellor of the Honor Court This year's selection was "

made by 13 of the state's1, r' a
Student: If The Honor Court Is a failure!
leading sports editors, UF +
workl! There were over one hundred people head
sports plus Publicity
Chancellor: "Name one Norm Carlson and WRUF's
Student: "I won't.
; Otis Boggs.
Chancellor: "OK, then you are the reason
Eight athletes were selected
The entire system rests upon the trust
for the Hall of Fame,
student to report violations of the Honor
representing the eight varsity
responsibility to actively, as opposed to sports .- football, basketball -
then It can be nothing but a failure. You are
who will graduate from this University and
: track/rrosk country, golf and
Is committed. The responsibility Is the same. tennis.PILtr.
Student: (After about an hour of reflection)
right. It's a difficult thing to do,but these people
themselves In the long run as well as their :::

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Chancellor: "That is all we need.

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2 The Florida Alligator Friday.June 5,1964

Leg Council passes Athletic; budget

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(Continued from Page 1)) Beard, assistant director of athletics Thirdly, the passage was not dent Reitz last year when the same group at Fort Collins, Colorado
and the Council One of the students
who sent a letter to Lane meant to indicate that a good relationship question came up to go Is Billy
letter to President J. Wayne Reitz personally asking for the money existed between the Ath- delayed passage. Deem, who is the national student
Informing him of the Council action for the summer. letic Association and the student "The passage is unimportant and president.The .
and of the position of Student Secondly, the letter stated that body in other areas. This Is a meaningless unless viewed in this president and vlce-presl.
Government in this matter. passage did not indicate that the specific reference to the current context," said Lane. dent of the 'India Club will attend
According to Lane, the letter council was satisfied with the information dispute over football seating which The council also approved requests the national convention of the In.
made four main points. Its first submitted by the Athletic was taken from the Jurisdiction of for funds by the American dla Students Association of the
and primary point was that the Association. The Athletic Student Government. Society of Agricultural Engineersand U. S. at Madison, Wise. The council .
council had passed the allocationto Association has requested more Finally, the letter made It clear the Board of International approved allocation of $217,20
express a desire on the part of money for the summer trimesterthan that the allocation was approved Activities on behalf of the India for the trip.Lyceum .
the student body to cooperate with it had under the semester under the assumption that failure Club. Council charter revls.
the Athletic and without would resultin The ASAE appropriation was for Ions aimed at more
Association was, plan showing any reason for to pass the budget rigid mem.
in part, recognition of an Initial the Increase. "This Is the fundamental a hold up of all Student Govern- $480 to send two UF students to bership requirements were also
attempt toward this end by Percy question' said Lane. ment funds as was done by presi- the national convention of that oassed.
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I Council OKs. bar charter

Honor Court Chancellor Gerry Honor Court council, the Honor Steve Cheesman, Clerk of the Men's
Richman presented the charter for Court Bar Association is hereby Honor Court, said, "The Honor ShopStreet -
the Honor Court Bar Associationto chartered." Court Bar Association is one of Floor
Legislative Council Tuesday the most needed things in the
night to ". ...formalizestandards, Significant in the charter is the Honor Court program. This will
set up higher grade point averages, provision for a higher law school mainly help to Increase the calibreof 1
provide more experienced council grade point average for council student representation." MEN'S a
In the court and to recognize and a training program to educate Members of the association must *
service of those who serve as those wishing to serve as councilin have a minimum of 12 credit hours,
council." the rules and procedure of the with the UF Law School with an FAMOUS MAKE J
The preamble to the charter Honor Court. average of 2.25 and have com-
summerizes the intent of the association "When a whole student's futureis pleted the training program out-
: "In order to Insure that at stake, I think it is pretty lined in the charter. He must also
all students are ably and adequately serious," said Rlchman. He said be approved for membership by SWIMSUITS
represented before the Honor that better council would solve one the Chancellor, Chief Defense n
Court; that the Interest of the of the major problems the Honor Council and Attorney General.The
Student Body in the Just enforce- Court has had to face. latter two positions are created in .
ment of the Honor Code is carriedout The association is endorsed by the charter and require 20 hoursof : ,
; and to promote a bond of the John Marshall Bar Associa- including particular coursein
cohesiveness, spirit of cooperationand tion and all three legal law fra- evidence and have served as
better understanding around ternities on campus. council for at least one trimester.The PLAIDS,
charter was passed unani-
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=OPINION FridayJune 5,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3 :.

I.ii I. Wonder who he's for? I I ,

NEWSMEN PARTICIPATING: Bill Bowen, WCTV; necessary to Improve his position to be a good II Labor goal: more $$
John Hayes, WFGA, WTVJ; Lee Lapensohn, ASSOCIATED HAYES: Governor, according to the report these
PRESS; Budd Melllchamp, ABC RADIO; Joey offices would be made available to him in September. More money is the almost unanimous goal labor unions for 1964,"
t Rice, ST. PETERSBURG TIMES; Ray Starr, ABC Would this also be accorded to Mr. Holley? says John R. Bangs, UF professor of Industrial and personnel relations.
RADIO; George Thurston, WJXT; Martin Waldron, GOVERNOR: This has not been discussed by me Results from a survey conducted by Bangs were published In the UF's
ST. PETERSBURG TIMES-MIAMI HERALD SERVICE; with anyone. current Issue of Economic Leaflets reports.
; Everett Williard, FLORIDA TIMES UNION. GILLESPY: I don't understand, Governor -. you Rather than concentrating on job security and reduction of unemployment -
. said the subject matter of this transition came upa as In recent years, the survey shows that this year with corporate
GOVERNOR: Good morning. week or ten days ago. You mean in your officeor profits at a near all-time high, unions will demand their share: more
e. SEVERAL: Good morning, Governor. with Mayor Burns? money.
GOVERNOR: This Is a bright shining group. GOVERNOR: With Mayor Burns. About 2.4 million employees In the United States know they will
o SEVERAL: Happy Baby Day. GILLESPY: He was pretty confident then. receive pay Increases In 1965, the survey shows. These are basedon
. GOVERNOR: Happy Baby Day, that's right. GOVERNOR: Well, I think -- | long-term contracts, mainly negotiated In 19C3, calling for automatic
. R. STARR: Governor, could you fill us In on GILLESPY: Did he approach you or did you Increases each year.
something that Mr. Burns said the other day -- approach him? The union with a built-in Increase,whose contract does not expire and
o I believe It was yesterday -- about setting up offices GOVERNOR: A mutual frtend I think approachedus which has no wage reopener can get only the automatic increase.
here In the State Capital In September. Are these both -- a friend In Tallahassee who, I think, will However, says Bangs, the union bargaining for more money will use
going to be state offices and, If so, Is the state goingto have some responsibility if he should win the electionIn this figure as a base and bargain upward.The .
pay for them? November, as I anticipate that he has an excellent millions of white-collar workers,both organized and unorganized,
GOVERNOR: That is something you will have to chance of doing. As a matter of fact about 100 to will find their wages affected by this automatic Increase. "In viewof
ask Mr. Burns. The subject matter of the transition 1, I would say, U past history Is a guide. A mutual the excellent business statements It looks as though many workers
period came up a week or ten days ago, at which timeI friend approached me relative to the transition will demand, (and may receive),Increases beyond the automatic figure'
offered to make available all the facilities of this period -- I said I am anxious to help In any way thatI Bangs says
office to make any transition as easy as possible so can, will make available facilities of this office to Labor contracts for a total of 1.9 million workers terminate In 1964,
that he would be as well prepared as he wished to provide the mayor with any Information that would be according to Bureau of Labor Statistics. Labor agreements covering
be for the assumption of his duties. Now, this will useful and conveyed this to Mayor Burns. And this nearly 1 million workers have reopening clauses that bring these
undoubtedly Involve secretarial space around here,we is how the matter came about. agreements back to the bargaining table for reconsideration this year, j
are going to make all of our records available for GILLESPY: You were this confident of Mayor Burns Bangs says.
him and I am going to give him any information at winning ten days ago? Talks of the United Auto Workers, headed by Walter Reuther and
my disposal. But I don't think there was any discussion GOVERNOR: I felt reasonably sure that he would the "big three," General Motors, Ford and Chrysler, along with
really of the exact nature of the assistance. win. However, If the other candidate had approachedme American Motors, are 'the most Important labor-management negotiations -
the same offer would have been made there, of 1964, Bangs says.
R. STARR: Along with that, sir, I believe you contingent upon his victory. "Nearly 600,000 workers are covered by the labor agreements of these
Invited Mayor Burns to go to the National Governors' WALDRON: If Representative Holley approachedyou four compalnes and their settlements traditionally set the patterns
Conference with you. Do you also Intend to Invite will the same offer be made to him? for many other agreements making their Impact felt through the nation."
Mr. Holley? GOVERNOR: He will be given the benefit of all A wide range of industries have contracts: that are expiring or have
GOVERNOR: No, I do not. the Information this office has if he desires It to wage reopeners that must be met In 1964, Bangs points out. These
R.STARR: Is there any reason for this? assist him should he become the next governor. include construction, grocery chains, meat packing, farm machinery,
GOVERNOR: Yes. Each Governor Is permittedto WALDRON: Is Mayor Burns going to be givenan aircraft, glass, paper, shoes, textiles, apparel, communications, food
Invite four persons to the National Governors' office In the Capitol? porcesslng and railroads.
Conference. The expense of the guests to be borne GOVERNOR: That has not been discussed with me. "Job security demands, such as a shorter work week, Increases In
by' the host governor. I have Invited four persons. I don't know what somebody else might do. supplemental unemployment benefits, and compensation for employees
They Include Mayor and Mrs. Burns. They do not THURSTON: Governor, you do have additionalor displaced by automation, will still be In the limelight."
Include Mr. and Mrs. Holley. spare office space, do you not? The objective of the unions Is to force employers to hire more
R. STARR: Thank you, sir. GOVERNOR: I do have space in this suite of offices workers rather than pay the Increased costs of overtime operation, the
THURSTON: Governor, have you offered Mayor occasioned by the reduction of my own staff, which survey Indicates.
Burns or do you know If he would take advantage of could be made available without cost. Employers allegedly prefer to pay the present overtime costs of
) an offer of the use of one of the offices In your BOWEN: Governor, realistically and not demo- $.45 to $1.00 per hour rather than hire more workers entitled to the
II suite here and your secretarial help? cratically looking at the situation, what chances will "fringe benefits" of Insurance, vacations, unemployment pensions,
I GOVERNOR: There has been no discussion of his a Republican have In November? and holidays, the report notes. Double pay for overtime work will bea
! use of our secretarial help or any real discussionof GOVERNOR: Well, that Isn't really for me to say, frequent demand this year, Bangs predicts.
any details. The conversation I had with him was of course, but going on past history and about the only "Bargaining will be tough on both sides of the table," he says.
quite general. I offered to cooperate with him fully light we have to guide us is the light of experience,
and to make available anything we had he might find I would say his chances were about 1 to 100.

Grad students earn grantsTwentythree

ClassifiedLost graduate students Snedaker and Howard Wiarda.
TROUSERED BY CORBIN associated with the UF 'Latin The UF's program Is one of

I & Found I American Language and Area Pro- seven In the U. S.
the men.who put. natural. shoulders trousers gram have been awarded grants The other 20 students will be
._ 't t totaling more than $84,000 for next doing advanced study on the cam-
I C > LOST A bunch of keys near the
,, ; of these
next Four
.. or : ; year, said Dr. John V. D.Saunder, pus year.
/' ;, 'yw rent of the music building. Finder students will spend a part of the
I .i t director of the program.The .
\ } I I plea to drop a postcard to Htayswe
In Latin
; : .: h': r. '. UF was one of the two top year In doctoral
.. t'' Box: 14154 University Stat. City.
: { Institutions receiving these grants. America. They are Malcom Gll-
,: 'yn: *rrH I Grants for single students average lis, Lawrence Graham, Allen

,...... .... ,.,... c I $3,000, while married students' Kuethe and Clifford Landers.
r "J. ,: receive to Professor Edmund E. Hegen,
: ..... up $6,500.
\j" ; r{. : LScJEDS Three students received the Ful- department of geography,receivedone
': .' bright-Hays awards for doctoral of the Fulbrlght-Hays faculty
/ will be Involved In
.'. research abroad. This Is a new awards. lie
.:. : ( ::\, program under the National Defense geographical research in the west-
Education Act and is administered ern portion of the Amazon Valley.
Dr. Hegen a member of the Geography '
Preferred stock. by the Office of Edu-
I cation through Language and Area faculty since 1962, has done
5 CORBIN'S WALK SHORTS Centers set up by this act. They previous research in the eastern t

.. :.1 For those who understand the secure dividend are Neale Pearson, Samuel slopes of the Andes Mountains. :
in o Corbin trouser, Corbin has the same top .
quality rating in his Bermuda Length Walk
1. ::j' Shorts. Proven performers, they are tailored
'+. in the Classic Corbin manner with pleatless UF ranks'lst in Latin hoursThe il
A fronts Slip into a pair and be comfortable.
Our pit loomed India Madras Plaids, or Bashi
Bazouk Stripes, Poplins and Linens keep improving
with age! The more you wash them, UF is first In the nationin versity of California at Los Angeles \
the better they look and feel! New Corbin the total number of semester and the University of California at
Colors have been developed such as Ancient hours of Latin American area Berkeley.
Madder Blue, Turkey Red and Butternut Tan. courses offered, according to a Results' this survey appear In '
J) 12.95Our survey made by the UF's Latin "Latin American Content Coursesat
American Language and Area Pro- Selected Universities R.
complete selectionof gram. Herbert Minnich and John V. D.
walk shorts priced Area courses Include Latin Saunders, assistant director and
from 5.95 American history, geography, sociology director, respectively, of the Latin
agricultural economics, American"Language and Are Pro
anthropology, economics, political gram. {
science and law. Language courses

include Spanish and Portuguese. Last Hillel meetingSunday
siN University catalogs were exam
$ ined, and language and area courses -
were tabulated. Each univer- at noon there will be ageneral
sity was then sent a copy of the meeting of Hillel mem-
tabulation for their correctionsand bers. As this will be the last
approval. such meeting of the trimester, all
mamm '' ..1iI Alligator Advertising: Results show that the UF, first members are urged to attend.

University Ext. 2832 in area studies, is followed by the Proposed constitutional changes
6 South Main Street University of Texas, Tulane UnI- will be discussed during the meet

versity, Columbia University,UnI- ing.




4 The Florida Alligator Friday, June 5,1964

Ulil "L_ -- LIII.l. Frosh to hear Court speakersBeginning

r How Honor Court works 1 4
i :. In the Fall Trimester, eau," Chairman Sid Stubbs, 3LW ways before rather large
the Honor Court Speakers' Bur- said, "we plan to instill the importance groups of students. Our new plan
the of the UF honor systemat is to have enough speakers to allowus
(Continued from Page 1)) eau, through co-operation with to reach the freshmen
will have the opportunity the grass root level..by reach- to the
C-ll department,
The above Is a true conversation that took place Immediately after of presenting the Idea Ing the entering freshmen." smaller discussion sections. This
the C-62 final examination this past winter trimester. As can be seen and Ideal of the UF honor sysem Although we have had speeches will give us a chance to entertain
on the Penal Decrees or Honor Court bulletin boards, one name was all to university freshman. given on the honor system before," more questions than before.'
that W,IS necessary. Following the receipt of the Information, the "Throueh: the Speakers' BurHayes- Stubbs continued, "they have al- The Speakers' Bureau win be
University Board of Examiners in cooperation with the Honor Court formed to lecture on several pointsof
Attorney General's staff ran a correlation of all (several hundred) of the honor code, Including the
the test papers of C-62. The results,following a thorough Investigation, CD Hospital on displayA operation of the Honor Court, the
led to confessions by several students. Five have already been sentencedby method of reporting a violation,

the court, with penalties ranging from suspension, a falling grade, special mobile display of the x-ray equipment, pharmacy, laboratory and the responsibility of each stu-
and four penalty hours, to suspension, a failing grade, and nine penalty 200-bed Civil Defense Emergency and other technical ser- dent to not only maintain his own
hours. At least three other students are still being investigated. As honor but to also
Hospital will be shown at the UF'sJ. vices. It is stocked to operate report the Vio-
is true with most "mass cheating" cases, the number was highly Hlllls Miller Health Center without re-supply for 30 days. lation of anyone else.
exaggerated, though certainly a matter of serious concern. "We also want
June 4-6. It Is being shown in Dr. Robert L. Williams, head of to be able to
conjunction with today's Florida the Medical Education for National explain the workings of the UP
The penalties imposed were stiff'-- largely because the cheating was Civil Defense Conference here. Defense program at the Health Jury system" said Stubbs, "and
premeditated and organized. It certainly is to be contrasted with the Center, pointed out that emergency point out the fact that the tryingof

case involving two coeds who voluntarily reported to the Court that The emergency hospital, almost hospitals would "play a decisive an accused student by a ran-
they had cheated. They received only a falling grade plus three penalty identical to the sealed unit now role in giving emergency care to domly selected jury of students is
hours. In addition, the Court certainly differentiates between planned stored in the University Hospitaland the seriously ill and wounded In the unique at the UF."
cheating, and the student who "panics" -- and takes an answer or two. 35 others around the state, event of all-out war." Stubbs went on to say that they
Both are serious -- but one far more serious than the other. Is designed for use if a nuclear "In order to keep them ready hoped to clear up the miscon
attack or similar disaster should for disaster use, these hospitalsmust ception of many students as to the
Arising out of the same final examination period were several other overburden regular hospitals. It be kept sealed and crated," relationship of the Honor Courtto
cases, including one where a student paid another student to take a final will be set up in a room just off Dr. Williams said. "The unit we the honor system.
examination for him, as well as paying a third student to take the the main lobby of the University break out for display gives civil "The two terms are often used
progress test for him. All three have confessed. One has already Hospital for the three-day show- defense directors and their medical interchangeable,. but they are vast-
been awarded nine penalty hours; another was beyond the court's staffs a chance to see just what ly different," remarked Stubbs.
jurisdiction slnco he was no longer a student, having been indefinitely ing.Each "packaged hospital" is they have to work with. It fills "The honor code or system is our
suspended from the university for disciplinary reasons involving the equipped with an operating room, a vital and timely need." guide and control, whereas the
commission of a felony. The third student is scheduled for a summary Honor Court Is merely a safeguard
trial based upon a guilty plea. The nine penalty hours may seem at a Helen exhibit hereThe to' Insure that the overall system
glance to be comparatively light; yet this was arrived at by an assess- works."
ment of the students'$ character, attitude and the belief of the court Actually, If we had the Ideal
career of one of Broadway'soutstanding drama was the most popular enter-
that a major factor in his taking the exam for the other student was honor situation, there would be no
stars Helen tainment
Hayes, media.
misplaced loyalty, rather then solely for financial gain. reason for the Honor Court to
has come to life through photo- Also featured are pictures of
exist but at the present of
graphs for UF students. The "Harriet," written by Mark Twain course,
These are only a few of the cases recently handled by the court. Theyare photo collection given to the Arch- and "Victoria Regina," which gave It is needed. We do not want
however, Illustrative of the basic problems faced by the Court: ives of Dance, Music and Thea- Miss Hayes acclaim for make-up anyone to get the wrong impression
I. How can we achieve cooperation of the Student Body In enforcementof ter Is displayed In the Main Library technique. about Honor Court. It is not,
the Honor Code? 2. Is the method of nor intended to be, the primaryend
present penalization adequate; 2nd Floor. Miss Hayes, who began her career -
that is, is it too harsh -- or too weak? Many universities expel for a at 5 with the help of Lew of the system, but merely the
first offense. Yet isn't this a sort of "capital punishment?" Two highlights from her career Fields, Is still active. At the means to insure a workable sys-
can be seen, "Old Dutch," which age of 64 she traveled through tem." We're not out to 'get' any-

Possibly, the entire system Is In need of a basic revision. The launched her career( In New York Latin America, performing withan one.
students working with the Court are firmly convinced that the jury and "Sin of Madeline Claubert," American troup and Is pre- Three other UF students, Andy
system, and lego-technical trial aspect of the court, are for suspensionto her oscar winning performance of sently acting at Catholic University Hall, Lee Borden and Bob Segal,
any other proposed versions. The Honor System, however, breaks 1931. They bring back an era when in Washington, D. C. are working with Stubbs to organize -
down in its enforcement arm: many students are caught, but many the Speakers' Bureau.They
are not. More importantly, the real value of the Honor System, that it Snake exhibit at MuseumDoes plan to enlist as high as 50 speak-
Is more a part of an education in good citizenship than it Is an efficientway ers for the program.
to apprehend cheaters, is evidently not being served. The first the coach whip snake chase University of Florida researcher "We are mainly Interested In UF
solution is that of communication and understanding. We feel that support his victims and whip them sense- William Weaver at the Florida students who have had some speak-

will be Increased ten fold If students would take the time to find out just less?? State Museum. ing experience,but more Importantis
why they should enforce the system. For this reason, the Honor Court And do snakes wait until sundownto The exhibit,located In the second that they have a sincere beliefin
Speakers' Bureau has been established to begin campus-wide programIn die? floor exhibit hall, can be seen from the honor system," said Stubbs.
the fall. The Honor Court Bar Association, just chartered, will A live exhibit which explodes 9:30 a.m. 5 p.m. Monday through Anyone who wishes to apply may
Improve the standards of counsel who represent the Student Body and many of the myths and super- Saturday and from 1 p.m. 5 p.m. do so by telephoning the Honor
defendants before the Court. The real question Is: How do you think stitious beliefs existing In snake each Sunday. Court office.
the system can be Improved? lore has been set up at the Florida

In subsequent articles a number of proposed revisions will be pro- State Museum in the Seagle Build-
pounded. If you have any ideas, the Court would like to hear from you. Ing and will be on display through
June 30."Many.
Address letters either to the Alligator or directly to the Chancellorof
the Honor Court. As a hint of what future articles will discuss; do of these myths grew out
you think the Honor System encourages "informers?" If so, how can of religious superstitions which See What's New in
gave snakes sinister, almost supernatural -
the aspect of the system be Improved?
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internal organs, to the genteel minister's parlor i iI
where everything is camouflaged as something else,
even to the shawl the sofa r
over ; the statue of Eter-
nity, downstage, enclosed by the no beginning and no ; : I

end of the perfect circle, the round bench, in opposi- ,. ;-e t d bF M i'e li
tion to the raised platform upstage where the casino '

area representing chance and time is open to the Iii fl

infinite sky. 1 ,' ,
More insistent expressions of paradox occur in the : t l'

telescoping of scenes: a tender sentiment is being 7 ," ;
expressed, a harsh laugh Is heard; the hero saysa { r I _
carelessly brutal word, a gasp of astonishment .
sounds out from a group watching a Roman candle I
burst. The audience is suffused with such fleeting

Impressions, but they are never excrescent, being 1/-r1 R i
built into the texture of the production. in fact, the p 1 w 'j f
whole production is quietly built in layers, like a '!!i
good 011.Mary.

Stephenson's costumes also deserve praisefor

adding texture and color mood with entire propriety ,I

Gerry. Forbes' music surprised me. I had expected I
a nostalgic ballad, as I believe has been usedin II
other productions of this play, but I must congratulate -
him on the superior imaginative choice of a
children's chant, which is more meaningful in its
particular context. ....

At last, the actors. The entire cast is to be
commended for its ensemble style; of the supporting :W -_,_. .__ .. ._.u. u uu_ ._ _. _
s; roles I would single out Mimi Carr's performanceas i! :: _._....__g_ ..n__' ,...___n..... m ....... .... ... .... _._,- ._.""" ...-"_...
Mrs. Wine miller l as the most imaginative.
Whosever was the conception, the actress makes it I
work brilliantly, and the characterization of the sel- I I Fanny Hill' not fobscene'Dy I
fish child madly uninhibited by adult conventions !I
serves the play better than the stock notion of a i

demented. lady. i
Of the two principals, Linda Lashbrook is ex- MARY ANN HANSEN as beginning her life as a prosti- This pattern is manifest in the
Staff writerIf tute in innocence. "Innocent used In
Imagery describing her
cellent. In voice gesture, and movement she is the
perfect Alma, the Inchoate soul; even the difficult, said Dr. Preston, "in the sense lovers, the sex act, the sex organs -
uncharacteristic final scene Is perfectly in character i you have been keeping"Fanny that she doesn't know vice, not in and In the trade-commerce
Hill" tucked under your pillow, that she knows virtue." aspects of the novel and Fanny's
sneaking It out only under coverof rejection of homosexuality and the
Steve Malin Is superb. His Dr. Johnny is a splendidly -
alive, restless and greedy man, who, in the night, you have been led astray.Dr. Dy the end of the novel she has animalistic aspects of sex in the
,.: Thomas Preston in his reviewof gained her lntellectualeducation in book's final chapters.Dr. .
words of the playwright, feeds all his parts In turn; i
the part which is hungry for something called truth-- John Cleland's novel firmly sex. "She learns that moderation Preston made only one wry
and doesn't get much but keeps on feeling hungry, the established last Tuesday that is the basis of all virtue," stated comment on whether receiving
part which is hungry for food, and the part which Fanny Hill Is neither pornographic Preston. "She is not adding a vicarious education in the ways of

.' is hungry for love -- because it is sometimes lone- nor obscene." tall-piece of morality. The whole bawdy houses, through reading
some. In his last scene the actor manages to suggest Equating virtue with sexual fulfillment book is directed to this final learn- "Fanny Hill," is harmful. lie

.' j that though he Is still alive, it is no longer splendidly Cleland succeeds In mak- ing of moderation and virtue. This quoted out of text from the novel,
and also suggests what he will eventually die of, ing morality one of the basic struc- pattern of self control..is present "In Fanny's own words, 'True,
tures of the novel. "The book throughout the latter part of the on a fool. Out are fools worthso
namely, fatuity and hypocrisy. This is quite an acting
begins and ends on the note that book." much attention anyway?'
feat, but no more than we have come to expect of
virtue can only come from aknow-
Mr. Malin, who, whether he is playing Moliere,
ledge of the world and of the
Anouilh, Saroyan or Williams, oves around the stageas "*
self, said Dr. Preston. "The FraternityThe 'juggling1announced
if he were born and bred there. Which ought to
; question is, can one learn the true
remind us once more that whatever the conceptions
meaning of sex and therefore the
and Intentions of the men behind the scenes, it is slate has been wiped clean that the university will
true meaning of virtue?"
::1 upon the moving Image of the actor that they finally and a new start made in compiling not compute scholarship standingsfor
Through a series of image pat-
'I"? come to rest. fraternity scholastic averages at the fraternities for the past
& terns and metaphors that continue
,, UF. The office of William G. trimester.
: ;.'{' = :, : : :..:. :' ..', v 'M. N'. throughout, Cleland depicts Fanny Cross, adviser to fraternities,has Cross, Interfraternity Council

(IFC) President Darry Benedictand
Dean of Men Frank T. Adams
50 Adults

FILL tER (up" 35$ Children Cool It' At determined reached this there decision was "gross when it Jug-was

gling of the rolls" by several fraternities -

4i/ It was. discovered that certain
fraternities dropped as many as ;
40 or 49 men from their rolls
even though "most of them still t
remained in school, were eating

.. .., .. .. O and sleeping at the fraternityhouses.

... o 0 Cross said that, in an effort to
V ..... ... -- w_ -_-- see that this does not happen again,
V ry rr Section 25D of UF student regu-
lations will In the future be en-
forced. It provides that names

may be dropped from fraternityrolls
:7 11 only up until the last date
for dropping courses with a grade
"' of. E as shown on the university
r calendar (usually at the end of the
r. second week of each trimester).

The grades of names dropped after
: Call David Reber: 481-9210 that date will still count In the

fraternity average.
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New genius
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The Teller letters: part 3THE 1


to endanger the safety of By CHARLIE BUSH
signed I
OPPENHEIMER HEARINGS obtain governmen sup- country. To the extent,there- (
port for such a program, and he this is directed Looking back over the years, the most influential
could recruit the scientists to staffIt. fore, that your question i have been Earl "Fatha" Hines "Fats" 1'1 1
fourth of seriesof Jazz pianists ,
This is the a would
the toward intent, I sayI j 1
opposed r,
letters on Dr. Edward TellerIn But Oppenheimer to deny Waller, Art Tatum, Teddy Wilson, Bud Powell and
H-bomb program, Just as he had do not see any
preparation for his coming to for access to secret Bill Evans.
Los Alamos Lab- clearance (
opposed a strong
to deli- Probably without exception every Jazzman today
the University of Florida oratory Immediately following the information). ,
ver a public lecture on Friday, war. This has led Teller to state: "If it is a question of wisdom pianist or otherwise, owes a debt to these great

June 5.Before. "I am convinced that if, after and Judgment as demonstrated by Jazz stylists.
the test of America'sfirst Hiroshima (the end of World WarII actions since 1945(the end of World I want to predict that In the near future a new name

H-bomb in the Pacific, Edward stature then I would say one will be added to this list -- Herbie Hancock.
), men of Oppenheimer's War 11)),
Teller had left Los Alamosto had lent their moral support. .to would be wiser not to grant clean- Herble Is a 24-year old Chicagoan. Like so many z
work for the establishment of effort other gifted Jazz musicians he received his formal
the thermonuclear (H-bomb) ance.
a new atomic weapons laboratory. the United States would have training at the Berklee School of Music in Boston,

Again Oppenheimer found himself shaved, four years from the timeIt As a result of this testimony, Mass. He Is the composer of the recent big hit ;-
opposed to one of Teller's pro- Oppenheimer, and many others of "Watermelon Man." !-:
took this country to develop a { R
posals, apparently because of a Super bomb." Teller's war-time friends, have Herbie has been a "sideman" on many recordingsmade

belief that insufficient scientific Upon the witness stand, Tellerwas literally turned their backs and for the Blue Note label the last few years. \;

personnel were available to staffit. torn between loyalty to his have condemned him verbally and Now Blue Note has issued three LP's on which t

Teller succeeded, however, in friend Oppenheimer and the feeling In print. This reaction has also Herbie Is the star -- "Takin' Off" (Blue Note 4109)

winning governmental approval and that Oppenheimer's Influence In been used by those who advocatethe with his version of "Watermelon Man," "My Point

the laboratory was successfully government decisions would have unilateral cessation of bomb of View" (Blue Note 4126) and "Inventions andDimensions"

established at Livermore, Cali- to be diminished if this country testing to further their cause. (Blue Note 4147). t
fornia.As In These people have often been able
were to maintain Its position
a young man, J. Robert thearms race with Russia. He to create a badly distorted public The genius of Herbie Hancock is best presentedon
Oppenheimer had taken little Interest of Teller's position and
therefore testified that Oppenhei- image his "Inventions and Dimensions" album. Three

in politics. He had,however, mer's loyalty to this country was opinions. He Is a very sensitiveman tracks merit special mention.

had associations with other young not to be questioned but that his and these attacks have added The "Succotash" track is in the unusual time

men with definite communist lean- Judgment had been poor and that greatly to the burden of fightingthe signature 6/8. (It should be pointed out here that

Ings. Such communist sympathizers he should be removed from an opposition to keeping this coun- about 90 per cent of all Jazz tunes are in 4/4 time

were by no means uncommonin advisory position with respect to try strong as part of military and perhaps another 8 per cent In 3/4.) The "Triangle" c

the thirties. While Oppenheimer the government. Teller's state- deterrence. track is in three sections. First section is in 4/4, k

was directing the Los Alamos pro- ment was: "I believe. .that Dr. second section In 12/8 (Oh, really now!) and the
ject one of these old friends approached Arthur A. Broyles '
Oppenheimer's character is such third section is a return to 4/4.
him on behalf of the Rus- that he would not knowingly and Professor of Physics and Herbie is not content Just to experiment with unusual -

sians and sought to obtain secret willingly do anything that is de- Physical Sciences rhythms. Our boy Herbie likes to experimentwith

information. Although Oppen- "weird" harmony too.

heimer had indignantly refused to THE ICONOCLAST The chords in Jazz tunes usually flow clockwise in
this information he was
supply ,
"cycle of fifths"or chromatically downward. Herbie
between of duty to
torn a sense
plays chords counter-clockwise, chromatically upward
report the occurence to the pro- and uses "symetric" harmony in which the chords
'per authorities on the one hand and
< ,. pregress freely without reference to a key signature.
loyalty to his friend on the other.
Herbie's "weird" use of chords can best be heardon
This caused such Indecision in his R+,
k 8 ro Clyde meetsBy the "Mimosa" track of "Inventions and Dimensions" -
own mind that he finally reportedthe u 4
a <. ;'.r and the "King Cobra" track on his "My.
matter but in so ambiguousand
Point of View" album.
a manner as to create
vague I predict a great future for Herbie Hancock, and that
doubts of his loyalty in the mindsof
he will wield a major Influence on future Jazz styles.If .
those to whom he reported.This,

coupled with his Initial opposition
DON GROOMSThe you would like to see what makes the music
to the H-bomb program and other
business tick be sure to watch WUFT-TV, channel
political decisions, resulted in a
5, at 8 p.m. Jazz critic Ralph Gleason will present
hearing before a special board to
weekly meeting of Clyde, an organization to stamp out progress, "The Serendipity Groove," first of a three-part
determine if his access to secret
Information should be denied. was held this week In the Men's Room at the northeast end of the football story tracing the history of a hit song.

the stadium. Jazz-pianist Vince Guaraldi will be seen composingand
The scientific community,on
A capacity crowd was present and after an Invocation by Vice President recording his tune "Black Orpheus." Vince was
whole rallied strongly Oppen-
heimer's, support. lie had been Craven Cowherd, music was presented by the mixed chorus under the the composer of "Cast Your Fate to the Wind."

their leader at Los Alamos and, direction of C. Bastion Bock. Disc Jockeys Buck Herring and Tony Bigg will ;
such his contribution to the Horace L. Greeley, chairman of the press analysis committee, reported discuss aspects of the music business with Max Weissof
as that the Gainesville Sun has apparently conceded the second pri- of
development of the atomic bomb Fantasy Records and Bill Gavin, publisher a
mary. The Sun still will not admit that Haydon Burns won the election,
music trend
had been enormous. One of them report. i
but apparently it does admit the election Is over.
testified that they had taken part "
In discussions with Oppenheimer "n"v. ,,< < :;' ,;; .. : .'..'" ,": :;""'" :: : (
where the words "Russians" and As far as Greeley could determine, the Sun will never accept Burnsas He was given a standing ovation.

"enemy" had been used Inter- governor of Florida, preferring Instead to wait until November and Sot Rotgut, chairman of the committee on student drinking, could not

changeably. Oppenheimer, how- Install Republican Holley as governor by acclamation. five; his report because he was indisposed. lie was given a standing
ever, had been Involved in rather Continuing his report, Greeley said Senator Spessard Holland is still ovation anyway.

heated controversies with a few of hopeful that the Sun will no longer support him for re-election. Or in Gay Tore Napper, in charge of stealing alligators, said he had the

them on questions of strengtheningour his own words,"I shudder to think what they'd have written If they'd been officials) so mixed up they'd never recognize Albert if they met him

arms position following the end against me, considering what they wrote when they were for me." walking down the street.He .

of World War II. One exampleof Sidney Meanstreak, chairman of the committee for fouling up elections, too was given a standing ovation.

these controversies Involved reported happily that he had signed up 1,500 people illegally for the The final report was given by Ima Slob, chairman of the committeeto
to the that matter what the outcome of the salesat
Oppenheimer's opposition November election. He says no popcorn
dlstrub concerts. He reported a profit of $17 from
As result the In the courts for at least six months.He hit
H-bomb program. a election, we can keep thing the Philadelphia Orchestra concert. When Slob reported being
a few scientists took a neutral posi- was given a standing ovation.N. "POPCORN,
over the head twice by Eugene Ormandy's baton for yelling
tion in to his loyalty. was
regard room
PEANUTS, CRACKERJACKS, the applause In the men's
Edward Teller was drawn into Phil Trader, In charge of infiltrating righteous organizations, deafening.The! .

these hearings as an unwilling reported that he now has a man--007--in the Student Group for Equal meeting had to be adjourned because a gardener needed to use

witness. lie had known Oppen- Rights and by November will be able to throw that group's block vote the facilities.He .

heimer for many years and liked to George Wallace of alabama. was given a standing ovation.All .

and respected him personally. Trader says he also has two men working with the SGER tutoring regular members are invited to attend the next regular meeting

Nevertheless Teller Is a man of service, and has convinced all their students that the Civil Rights Bill in the regular place. The gardener, now being regular, was Initiated
very intense feelings and of strong Is the financial statement from Home Repair Racketeers. Into the group.
drive. By the time of the Russian
first atomic bomb test In 1949, he

had become convinced that the W Lionel my finger Does this mean we're

Russians were not Interested in c: is caught 1 going steady, Lionel ?
cooperating with the rest of the

world for the maintenance of peace, o
but were bent on a course leadIng -

to world domination. Oppen-

heimer had appeared to him as a :

man with more Influence In the 4i

scientific community and with

government officials than anyone

else. He was, therefore, the key

to the accelerated development of '
12, Don 5Page
an American H-bomb. He could

5,1964_The Florida Alligator Page 7 ...

Sex on the campus: the final' installment

DR. JONES. A good question Is, a virgin," yet they'll run around haven't learned to know one another it's going to lead to nothing but and In other connections, I think
what about these people who are with girls all over the place. My and respect one another and unhappiness before you get through it Is missing a very Important
promiscuous, or very selective but attitude is I really don't care. communicate with one another. with it. That it ought to result leadership role.
they break the disunity taboo. Are Wait a minute now, don't miss RICHARD. It leads to other from spiritual relationships, or EDITOR'S NOTE: And so it goes. .
they then lost souls? Or t'o they my point. I'll go so far as to say problems which eventually will mutual respects and understandings on and on. .and no final decisions.No .
ultimately come to some point of I think it might be nicer, but -- break up a marriage.DR. one with another, and cul- ultimate answers. It must be
leading a responsible life and so no, really, it's the type of thing JONES. I think it works minates in marriage, and then the so, for all the questions discussedat
on? I'm extremely concerned with that's -- I think It's utterly ridicu- the other way. I'll go on the basisof sex act becomes the end productof this ,l Roundtable" require, in
this. I must admit that it doesn't lous. I don't think that virginity experience both as a husband that type of union if it's goingto the end, personal answers.
bother me horribly whether some- should be any kind of a test. I and as a marriage counselor; and be a really lasting marriage. Readers may wonder, then,what
body breaks the taboo. What I'm think you should look at the personas I've had an Intimate peek at a BILL. The only point I wonder the good of all this was. We think
concerned about is how do they do a person -- period. I can't lot of marriages, student marri- about is again the emphasis on there was some good. For one
it? Do they do it responsibly? And help, having been raised to have ages, faculty marriages, commun- sex as the end product thing, most of the usual viewpoints
what about the rest of their life, certain standards subconsciously ity citizen marriages, ministers' DEAN SMITH. Well, I don't on sex were represented here--
what kind of a person is this? I ingrained within me so that might marriages, doctors' marriages, mean to imply it as the end pro- from liberal to conservative and
judge a person by more than the look upon somebody I wanted to and so on. And I think it's a duct. Maybe it's better to say a points along the way. Typical
way they conduct what I considerto marry with a little bit more respectif pretty Informed statement that by-product. It Is something that reactions of administration, aver-
be their personal life. I havea I knew they were a virgin. I there Is much more difficulty In takes place between two people In age student, student leaders were
large class, 100 students now, would be, I think, highly disap- living with another human being, the marriage relationship when all all represented. Men's opinionsand
350 In another trimester. I don't pointed if I knew the person were growing out of the inability to respect of these other things are just women's opinions were in-
know how many of them do and how promiscuous. I wouldn't want a the other person and to communicate right. .it helps to reinforce the cluded. We tried to get a cross-
many of them don't. What I'm person like that. But to know thata honestly to the other marriage and continue to bind them section of the university commun-
concerned about as a teacher is girl had maybe been in love person both nice things and nasty together. But if the marriage Is ity, to offer every possible choiceof
are they able to hold up their with one guy or two guys beforeor things, than grows out of an ina- held together only on the sex attraction viewpoints students, whether
responsibilities. And I have no something like that, within rea- bility to perform in bed. But It is doomed probably to or not they had made tentative
way of knowing whether the ones son, I don't think that would botherme instead, the inability to performIn a pretty rocky course. decisions one way or the other.
who are sleeping with one another, at all. I don't think that's bed grows out of this other DR. JONES With the first For it is an undeniable fact that,
are they better students or worse Important. And this leads me to Inability. And this ability to be pregnancy. no matter how moral or how liberated -
students? And what kind of peopleare one other point; I think that we're honest and open with another per- DEAN SMITH. And this Is one an Individual may consider
they after all? Are they people- putting entirely too much emphasison son Isn't something you learn over- of the reasons why I think the himself, it Is not easy to know
users? Or are they people who are sex. All the way around. I night; it's something that you institution must have its say on the what to do next in any given
nice people? Who are able to get hate to say it's discussed too struggle and sweat for and either subject and take a position, because situation. We hope this series
to know somebody. And to respect much, but I think that it can be follow the example set by your it Is dealing with students may be helpful.
them, and so on. These things tome blown all out of proportion and own parents or, If it's been a that are still in a very dangerous
are more Important questions- reach too great a pinnacle of rotten example, then you struggleand period of their lives in which they PATRONIZE
I'll put it another way. What does importance in a person's life,from sweat to learn a new one. have not quite been able to think
it mean to the two people who are the point of view of what guys in DEAN SMITH. This viewpointthat things through for themselves and GATOR
involved? college are looking for and how you're expressing now Is one yet no longer have their parents to
RICHARD. Eventually they'll Important it Is to have a date and of the few that you've expressedthat do the decision-making for them. ADVERTISERS
have to come to grips with them- everything on weekends. And I I agree with. I think very And this Is the reason why I feelan
selves, and to realize that they did think it just gets utterly ridicu- definitely that the Inability to get institution of this kind, that has
something wrong. It is wrong we lous, and whether you scored this along with one another and to respect not only a large graduate schoolof
all agree. weekend, or didn't score, I think each other and to have mutual people over 21 -- and there'sno
DR. JONES. I don't agree. it's really a bad point of college Interests 'and all this sort of thingIs magic In the age of 21 except
RICHARD. You don't believe life, when it reaches this extent. what breaks the thing up, but that this is a time in which most
that out of wedlock is (undeciph- For some people it's Just far too the trouble is that in too many of people have reached some kind of
erable)? Important. them, the marriage was createdIn majority --and there are some who
DR. JONES. No. That's black RICHARD. There's the other the first place because of a come here at the age of 17 who
and white, and Idon'tseethe worldas side of this point you made. I sexual attraction without these have better judgment than some 22
black and white. can't quote figures, but it is a fact other things. This Is the kind of and 24-year-olds. The 17 and 18-
S. M. I think there are a lot that one of the major causes of thing that 'comes back to my con- year-olds that begin here, if the
of people that feel that way. Nota divorce is due to sexual Inadequacy cern about pre-marital sex re- university does not say that it THEY'RE: A
lot, but I mean I think there education, call it whateveryou lationships. If this Is going to expects a certain thing of the GOOD GROUP
are more than I'd care to admit. like; now there's this side also. .be an animal behavior, I think student body in this connection
That it's not right or wrong, it's I mean, people are going astray -
how you feel about it. and then they're breaking up for
DR. JONES. I think it's much this very reason. And I'd like
wronger to deny a Negro admis- to question you about the part
sion to the university or to the about you don't think it's right
College Inn than to break the and you don't think it's wrong,
virginity taboo.BARBARA. Dr. Jones. Just what do you feel? .'..'
I'd like to ask a What makes it right and what "
question now, particularly of the makes it wrong? \
two boys. Would you expect the DR. JONES. Now I don't think
woman you marry to be a virgin? you're correct when you say that
BILL. I've got a good answer marriage Is breaking up becauseof
for that, because I've met so many sex. I think sex gets fouledup
people who say, "I want to marry in marriage because people .' .

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Jim Hammock Assjciate Executive Editors Editors Benny Cason f 1 g Wi" ;.

Bob Thomas Ed Barber .
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Pat Hogan Eunice Tall a-
Beth KraseHky Nancy Brachey

Sports Editor. . . . . . Martin Edwards
that little gal sumptuously situate at one.one.three.one west university avenue. '
Staff Writers
John Hancock, Phil Geyer, Don Federman, Robin Lundwall, usually says things in a whisper. .she doesn't like to toot her horn too loudly. .

Mary Ann Hansen, Rlva Goldberg, Vernon Swartsel, Liz but a time comes when volume is required in what she has to say. .so get ready. .

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Page 8 The Florida Alligator Friday,June 5,1964 FOR SALE: Car rack, aluminum
good condi-
wood lightweight,
---I & ,
r j tion 62 x 42, $12.50; Royal

[L For Sale 1 GATOR CLASSIFIEDS]I | standard typewriter, good condi-
Cot beds,aluminum,
__. i tin, $60; type
HF-81 W) stereo amp., folding-with foam rubber covered
EICO (28
Harmon Kardon FM Stereo Tuner FREE 5 housebroken kittens,
6x9tweedrug, $5.
Allstate Motor Scooter, $80. AM tuner Garrard pads, $10
with antenna. Allied six weeks old. Phone 2-6158 after EICO HFT-94 ,
Corp. Knight 2-7815 after 5 p.m. (A-
Please call Phone
FR 2-9304 after 6
tape recorder. Best offer. Must 5:00. Ext. 2991 before 5:00. (A- three speed turntable, Stephens
o'clock and ask for Michael Ko- sell. Phone 2-9222 after 5 145-lt-p). speaker system. Value $340.00. 144-tf-nc). __
hen, Freshman med student, Cube
Will sell for $240.00. Possibly
(A-145-4t-c). WESTINGHOUSE
93, Medical Center. (A-145-2t-c). Phone FR 25454. (A- FOR SALE -
.. Heavy duty trailer hitch, luggage trade. portable phonograph $2W(
SCUBA EQUIPMENT. Dacor rack and clothes hanger bar, cus- 143-3t-p). Wham-o crossbow with bolts $10.
Columbia Recently acquired compact manual Regulator, 8* cu. ft. tank, full tom made for Volkswagens. Cost Stuffed hawk $10. 591-2126 McIntosh -
Stereophonic wet suit Admiral $55.00, will sell for 3500. Call .
depth gauge and exchange. (A-144-tf-nc)
player. $25. Call FR 27262. LET'S TALK TERMS. 55x10 Nashua -
466-3457 after 7:00 A-
compass, U. S. Divers tank pres- p.m. (
(A-145-lt-c). Expando Mobile Home com-
sure gauge. Asking $110.00. Call 145-lt-p). plete with study, 2 bedrooms, TV Notice to all Professors, Gradu-
1958 Lambretta Motor Scooter, Doug, 2-9284 after 6:00. (A-145- antenna. A/C and other extras. ate Students and Students: The
Electric Guitar, FenderJazz Mas-
3t-p). avail
good condition, runs perfect. Must ter, like new. $200. Call 376- See at Lot HI, Hickory Hill Park, most comprehensive library
sell(am graduating). Make offer- 2720 S. W. Archer Road. (A- able to the public can now be obtained -
4235. (A-145-tf-nc .
Available June 15th. Crib with ) associated with
Phone 376-2966. (A-145-tf-c! ). 143-tf-c). by people
mattress, 1200. Steel high chair, the University of Florida at discounted -

Golf set of 9 Jack Burke Irons, 1000. Desk (light beige) $15.00. AIR-CONDITIONER -- Fedders. prices. Contact: Great
one month old.. Must sell. 804S. 21" RCA TV with stand and antenna 10,000 BTU, used 2 seasons, price SIAMESE KITTENS 10 weeks old. Books of the Western World, Rep-

Depot Ave. FR 22002. (A- $40. Ironing board, 250. $100. Apt. 283-11 Corry Village Only $10. Phone 3768996. (A- resentative Mr. Michael Stern,
145-lt-c). Call 376-2783 after.5:00: p.m. (A- Available June 17th, 1964. (A- 142-4t-c). Telephone FR 6-3818. (A-144-
145-2t-p). 143-3t-c). 2t-c).

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STARTS TONITEI! w 2 BLOCKBUSTER HITS I HEELS put on in 5 minutes Air Conditioner, Admiral Royal
SOLES put on in 15 minutes Deluxe, 17,000 BTU's, five opera-
FIRST AREA RUN I I'.., open 7:00, show at 7:45 tional controls, run less than 50
"I." 'IAU
ee both as late as 9:45 MODERN SHOE kilowatt hours. Original cost$300.

REPAIR SHOP Yours for $200. Call Eva at Univ.

I. TROY DONAHUE SUZANNE PLESHETTE" DIANE McBAIN \ (across from 1st national bank ext. 2506 weekdays. (A-144-4t-c).

f It I For Rent _I

TONITE & SATURDAY 2 BR furnished apartment, pri-
r vate entrance and bath. 3 stu-
'Pill ow' at 1 1:10 1 7:10 1 dents or a couple. Also one very

'Petticoat' 2:50,5,8:50 nice bedroom. Available now.
! yMt FR 6-2721 or 495-2312. (B-144-
i 2t-c).

Nicely furnished, clean 2 bedroom
> r
5 apartment. Convenient location.
''Quc1''T $85 for 2 persons, $105 for three.
'.l $
ny LCc of i
,.. Call 372-7658 for keys. (B-144-

N[.N lIrllfLr-'r 1 W jNpl! u".. 3t-c).
A UNNS'Sunday [

Wednesday Two apartments for rent -- 1/2
block from campus. Air conditioned -

I Danish modern furniture, 1
II I ; bedroom, kitchen equipped. Call

His name was Matt Hazard. ,15'EXTRAORDINARY 372-6309. (B-144-2t-c).

He loved as only he could -rim* Mo go tin AIR-CONDITIONED efficiency
apartments for m'-B term, Suit-
love. and fought as only able for 2 or 3 people, $70 per
IVAN.S"TERRIFIC. month at 1829 N. W. 2nd Ave.
he could fight. Suitable for 3 or 4 people at

1518 N. W. 4th Ave., $100 per
month. Call FR 6-4353 after
CrowMur, N.Y. Ti",..
six. (B-142-tf-c).

IVAN Small furnished CCB cottage,bed-
are a' room, electric kitchen, tile shower -

I \\ .: "A MEMORABLE MOVIE.. .." Linda Ann Court, So. Ocala
_( -Cr.i, H roW rnUnt Road. Quiet, cool and shady. FR

__ 6-5826. Couple preferred. $50
per month. (B-143-3t-c).

'_ ; DIY lADlE 15IVAN Available now quiet, cool comfortable -

, large rooms. Private
I Ij
i 1L\ home, suitable for males,couples,
or married women. Kitchen priv-
j % ileges available. Call FR 65368or
FR 6-2100 and see at 202 N. W.
,. : 12th Terrace. (B-143-3t-c).

r AIR-CONDITIONED furnished lux-

I $ ury apartment, 2 rooms, kitchen,
bathroom. 1 block from campus.
a Available June 20th at discount
shown first & last Wr
price. Call 372-4807 a.m. or sup-
pertime. (B-143-3t-c).

A Two nice rooms 6 blocks from
campus. Each at $30 per month
furnished. 105 N. W. 7th Terrace.
Call after 5 p.m. FR 2-0809.


Best Available now garage efficiency

Picture: apartment across from campusat
Venice 321 S. W.13thSt. Nocar needed.

Pulitzer Prize Winner Paul Horgan's epic novel Indians and Indian-fighters Festival (B-145-lt-c).

m' Room available April 16th in house
2nd Hit at 9:45
with 3 other boys. Alr-condl-

FBANR DED ASINATRA rOR Plus Dylan 30-Minute Thomas Special tlonlng 372-0958.available.(B-145-3t-c$35.)per.. month.

FOR RENT 2 bedroom apart-

0 ment, partially furnished, stove
and refrigerator. 2 or 3 male
!@To TillS students or couple. Crazy location

$65 per month. Phone'2-797U t


FridayJune 5,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 9 .,. .


1954 Chevrolet, 2 door, 6 cyl., Part-time service route for ambitious .- j'I The Sword/bearers
RentalONOCAR. good paint Job and reliable
Car body, good resident of Ala- ,
transportation $295. phone FR chua County, with phone and car. ; United Press International
i 2-4602 evenings and weekends. Fuller Brush Company. Call 7 I
7 day, 24 hour (G-145-3t-c). p.m. 10 p.m. FR 2-1881. (E- THE SWORDDE ARE RS,by Correlll Barnett(Morrow
Ice. Free pick-up. 1964s 145-lt-c). $7.50): The dreadful stalemate of World War I

completely equipped with 1958 Chevrolet Station Wagon, automatic in western Europe is generally regarded as triumph

jtomatlc transmission, radio, R & H, new tires, extra Walters wanted for the rest of of machine guns over men, but it also can be fairly
ater, white-walls. Rates Include clean, low mileage Phone 6- summer and for September trimester considered as a failure of command by generals and
Is, oil, and Insurance. FR 3-3644. 0523. Price $795. Owner single Apply in person, Larry's admirals who had not quite grasped the realitiesof

-145-lt-c. ). female student. G-144-2t-c). Wonderhouse Restaurant, 14 S. W. the 20th century. Darnett's book reviews the
1st Street behind Sear's. (E-144- military careers of four major commanders who took

Wantede 1959 T-Blrd, white, loaded includ- tf-c). part in most of the events of the first great war--
ing air-conditioning. Cleanest in German Gens. Helmuth J. L. von Moltke and Erich
the state of Florida! Phone 6- Ludendorff, British Adm. Sir John R. Jelllcoe and

to share A/C Colonial Man- 2672 Mr. Layton. (G-143-3t-c). Services j French Marshall Philippe Petaln.
apartment from present to Au- Jelllcoe comes off best in this review of the war

st 7th or 3-B. Reduced rates. Dodge Station Wagon 1954 Automatic ---- that transformed the world, but only as an individual.
iill 376-0278 from 9-10 a.m., transmission, R&H, tight RUBY' has moved to Gaines- Barnett interprets the deficiencies of naval construe
ALTERATIONS of all kinds- tion which made It for Jelllcoe to Inflicta
|- 3 p.m. or late evening; any- body, paint 1 yr. old. Chrome impossible
tie Saturday morning. (C-145- rust free. Quiet motor. Make across street from administration decisive defeat on the Germans at Jutland as a tokenof
-c). Offer. Ext. 2716 or 376-3145. (G- building at 1238 S. W. 3rd Ave. the decay which has since destroyed the British
i 143-3t-c). Phone 6-8506. (M-145-F-C). empire.
orco-drlver The author recognizes Petaln as the great French
ANTED Passenger
NESTOR'S TV General of World the whose cold ..,.
Distinguished Mercedes SERVICE was War I, man common
Washington, D. C. or N.Y.C. 1952, 4
Plymouth convertible. Leaving dr. convertible. Leather interior, forced to move. Now located at sense rescued his country at Verdun In 1916 and kept

ne 10th or 11th. Share expenses.hone new top and finish, forest green. :32 S. E. 1st St., west of Old Its armies in existence despite the mutinies of 1917.
Post Office. Free estimates. Moltke and Ludendorff come off worst In "The
$1,000. FR 2-4963
[ 2-6066. (C-145-lt-c). or FR 6-
7073. (G-143-3t-c). Tubes checked Free. Phone 372- Swordbearers," if only because they came closestto
7326. We invite all our old friendsto firm military victory without quite pressing it home.
NTED Female roommate to 1964 4 door air conditioned ChevyII come and see us. (M-144-9t-c). Barnett takes the formal view that decisive victorywas
fare 5 room apartment. $75 paysr Nova. impossible to the European forces Involved In the
3 months' rent. Utilities In- Completely equipped. first world but he that without
Best lowest war, acknowledges even
uded!, Available now. Phone price buy in town, tanks the Germans close in 1918 to
came achievingthe
$2,390. Call FR 6-9950 days or I Lost Pound ]
?6-8804. C-144-tf-c). breakthrough that closed France out in 1940. "
372-5032 evenings. (G-143-5t-c).
RASCALS' HEAVEN,by F.Van Wyck Mason(Doubleday -
ANTED: Student who will drive -- Blue English Raincoat lost In Main $6.95): Old America Hands were dubious to
elderly couple with a 1963 300 SL MERCEDES, fiberglass Cafeteria lobby on Monday 6-1-64 scornful In 1733 when James E. Oglethorpe under-
Ids mobile from Lakeland, Fla., body, $1500. 180 MERCEDES,1959, at 7 p.m. Reward. Hans Grover, took to found a colony called Georgia on South Caro-
Pennsylvania (to a location about $950. Call 6-0863. (G-143-tf-c). 2706 or 372-9367. (L-145-2t-c). lina's threatened southern border. If It wasn't wiped
[))0 miles from New York City), out by the Spanish and their Indians from the south,
the end of A term, in exchanger they said, the French and their Indians would wipeIt
transportation and expenses. r F Help WantedHELP I I Real Estate J out from the west.

[lease reply in writing to: Flori- "Rascals' Heaven" is Mason's "dramatic history"of

a i Alligator, Box 22, Campus. (C- this generally neglected colony and of the special
WANTED Male university 4 2 bath home. 1900
4-2t-p). BR, CCB
gifts of founding father Oglethorpe which enabled it
time sales-
students --Full or part sq. ft. for living area. Work-
to survive.
ANTED Guitarist Interested in men wanted. Hours can be arranged Patio. Quiet neighborhood.
shop. Oglethorpe was a statesman In the finest sense of
Call school schedule.
dance band.
oining a college around your Terms. See by appoint-
$21,500. the word. He dealt fairly with the Indians in and around
72-6086. (C-143-tf-nc). Good commission paid, $1.25 per ment. 372-7658. I-144-3t-c).
hour guaranteed for minimum sales the area he hoped to settle, creating a shield of

quota. For interview call Circu- CHEAPER THAN RENT. Own friendship the French and Spanish hesitated to breach.
When there was' no other alternative, Oglethorpe
AutosNeed 9-11 FR 2-
lation Manager, a.m. home in neighborhood
your own and led the armies which
organized eventually pushedthe
8441. (E-143-4t-c) with university personnel.
popular Spaniards south of the St. Mary's river for goodor
[ transportation?1955 Pontlac"Star 4 2 bath. $650 down, $98
at least until left Florida .
Librarian and Arts & Crafts Instructor ( they altogether)
chief, 4 dr. sedan, excellent per mo. 2832 N. E. 11th Terrace.
at the Boy's Club, 20 Mason has fleshed out his story with a varietyof
condition, automatic transmission ).
376-2349. I-143-3t-c
hours per week. Call Charley minor characters, whose Interaction brings his
|145-lt-c R & H, $225.. Call 372-1721. (G- Dobbs, FR 2-5341. (E-145-tf-c). Continued on Page 10 chronicle of early colonial life Into focus for the

I reader; but he has not had to depart far from the

.i 400 CARS AT A DRiVE-iM THEATRE record."Rascals' Heaven" sustains Mason's reputation as a

I great storyteller, particularly In the field of early
J ii q1 American history.FLORIDA'S p

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: Page 10 The Florida Alligator Friday, June 5,1964

LA Club wins mural softball// finals'

I runs on nine hits and one error
I I GATOR SPORTS The UF Summer Intramural The Bustin' Buds never con- In the consolation game for the

Softball Tournament came right ceded the game however, and only runners-up the Summer Sigs upended -

down to the wire last week as the were downed when a sixth inning Tau's
the Phi Kappa 15-11.
Latin American Club took the cam- rally was cut short by a game-
The Summer Sigs were led by
Moye Akbar win mural tennis pus title In the championship tilt, saving catch by Sosa with his the hurling of ace righthander

8-3 over the Bustln' Buds. back to the left field wall.
Charlie Reid, and two doubles anda

i Winding up a hllth.p cecJ tri tough play. The scores went: The playoff game saw the Latin The winners had eight runs on home run off the bat of Buck

t mester' activities, tho tennis 4-6, 6-3 and 6-2. Americans explode for seven runs 12 hits and no errors. Menendez. Bob Gardner had a

phase of the UF Intramurals Tournament In Bracket II the semi-finals In the third Inning which led to double and two singles.

closed out with some pretty featured John James defeating Roy the victory. Enrique Sosa led the The Bustin' Buds were led by The winners had 15 runs on 18

t keen competition. Lelllch in a real nlp-aoo-tuck Latin Americans with three sin- Jay Donelly who contributed a double hits and one error.

f Semi-finals and finals were affair, 12-10, 3-6 and 6-2. The gles, with Javier Lescano and Elias and a single to the losing The Phi Tau's were paced by

R played In both singles and doubles other semis playoff saw Syed Ak- Luque each contributing a home cause. Ed Hightower was the Ed Church, who had a double and

action. bar upend Hugh Welch In another run. losing pitcher. They had six single.

squeaker 4-6, 6-3 and 7-5.

I, In semi-finals play, Bracket I, The finals match between Ak-

Hugh Moye defeated Bill Gridley bar and James featured another

oN a< 6-0, 6-0. In the other semis, three-set squeaker as Akbar edged Cricket final tomorrow IBy I

I John Wise downed Fred Wyman out the win 6-2, 1-6 and 63.

6-0, 6-0 also. The All-Campus playoff between

The final match played off Moye Akbar and Moye saw Hugh Moye

and Wise with Moye coming out take the campus crown 3-6, 6-4 CEDRIC STRATTON The All-Comers attack was backto slowly playing through to a score

on top from behind after some and 6-4. normal with Siraj Akbar (India) of 39 for 9. With the arrival of

t.. -- the last man, he farmed the bowl-
Saturday's match on Fleming's and Vince Morton (South Africa)

I Murals handball doubles final Field was a one wicket win forth opening. Both were difficult to Ing and boosted the scoring rate,

until his fell with the
partner score
All-Comer's 59 for 9 over the play, gaining measurable assis-
: ; ,
The team of Lee and McCachren -
I The UF Intramurals Handball 56. The last pair made 17, and
British Isles 56 all out the nar- tance from the wicket, and after
had won the tourney for 15 ,
J Doubles Final took place Wed- Liggett's 25 not out was his season's -
20 for
rowest possible winning margin. seven overs the score was
out of the last 17
nesday afternoon on the UF hand- best. Morton boasted figuresof
Jagdish Saluja (India) Inspectedthe 5. On paper there was precious
ball courts adjacent to MurphreeHall 5 for 11 in the innings, and now
Coach McCachren after the pitch at 2.00 p.m., and after little batting to come. John Lig-
with the "surprise" of an Stan Etchells Canada in
matches ( )
match praised the winners. He winning the toss, put the British gett (Northern Ireland) brightenedthe
in th
upset the bowlers' race.
t said, "They (Kelley and Wasser- Isles in. prospects for the British by
f The upset winners were the team The All-Comer's batting lookeda
man) made no mistakes in jump-
r of Tom Kelley and Larry Was- fraction better than the British,
.. .
Ing off to a quick lead right at
J serman, who downed the team of in the top half of the order, making
the of the first
P. A. Lee and Jim McCachren beginning game, 34 for 5 against the restored Brit-
and holding on to protect It." In case were wonderingThe
21-3. 21-16. you
ish attack, Bryan Whipp (Wales)

and Leo Collins (Eire). Etchells
by Inducing the batsman to hit, ,
--1 1961basketball schedule object of the game Is to 12, was nevertheless the only high
tread, or fall on his wicket. In
score more runs than one's op- order batsman to look effective.At .
addition to all this, the batsman
I 1964-65 ScheduleVMI ponents. Games may be decided this stage of the match the
may be "run out" in attemptinga
Dec* 2 Gainesville upon the basis of one "Innings"each fielder All-Comers can hardly have hada
run, or obstructing a ,
Dec 5 Stetson Gainesville side or two Innings each. sanguine outlook for the match-
or the ball in its flight to either
Dec 9 FSU TallahasseeDec. Sometimes captains may agree wicket while he Is running. The their batting tall is both long and

19 Miami (Fla) Miami upon some other limit, say, two batsman then has a thin time of it, slender, and the wickets generallyfall

Dec. 21 N. Carolina Gainesville hours batting each side, or forty like nine-pins. When the score
and would soon be out, but for
Dec. 29-30 Gator Bowl Jacksonville "overs" each. The usual numberfor was 42 for 9, and the last man
two or three advantages. For
(Georgia, Wake each side Is eleven, and an appeared with a bad limp and a
example, he does not have to run
Forest, Texas) "Innings" Is complete when all substitute runner, it looked all
I when, he hits the ball, and he has
Tulane Gainesville eleven have batted and ten
Jan. 2 men over.
no obligation to even hit the ball
,: Jan. 4 LSU Gainesville have been dismissed. There must In the space of six deliveriesthe
at all, If he thinks it Is going to
Jan. 9 Auburn Auburn, Ala.Starkvllle always be two batsmen in at once, scores were level. Two solid
miss the wicket. He may hit a
14 Miss. State Miss. striking one non-striking hits by and two
Jan. one single delivery as often as he likes Saluja, fielding errors -

Jan. 16 MississippiMiami Oxford, Miss. hence the last batsman at the end had wrought the change.
if he thinks It may roll on to wicket
\ Jan. 21 (Fla) GainesvilleGainesville of the innings Is "not out." Some- (although he may only score off Aptly, captain Saluja, 12 not out,

times a captain decides his side thumped for three
Jan 23 Kentucky a good one ,
his first attempt). And, It Is
Jan. 25 Alabama Tuscaloosa, Ala. has sufficient runs to win without putting up 59 for 9, and the game
written Into the laws of the game
Jane 30 Kentucky Lexington, Ky. completing the Innings, and he may that U there is the least little was over. By coincidence the

Feb. 1 Tennessee Knoxville, Tenn. then "declare" his own side's Innings last stand was worth 17 runs, and
doubt In the umpire's mind, the
Feb. 8 Auburn GainesvilleGainesville closed even though some leading batsmen on each side can
batsman is "not out, and con-
Feb. 13 Miss. State batsmen remain or In a "time no longer look to their laurels.
batting. Legal experts
Feb. 15 MississippiVanderbllt GainesvilleFeb. limit" game be may have to declareto doubt liken the fielding side to Byran Whipp took 5 for 24 in the

20 Nashville, Tenn. leave time to get the opposition innings
a prosecution, and the batsman as
Feb. 23 FSU GainesvilleAthens all out. If you like, try to figure Next week's match is the decider
a plaintiff or defender. Before a
Feb. 27 Georgia. Ga. why the last Innings Is never de- batsman can be out, the fielding In the series, now 2-2, and every

Mar. Tennessee Galnesv111eMar. clared. move will be dramatized by this
side must appeal, although most

5 Georgia GainesvilleGolf batsman do not bother to wait fact.After
The fielding side has two main the game the club hada
for one. The usual shout is "How
objects, to get the other side out, Supper booked 7:30 p.m. at the
that abbreviated to
: tourney results listedFIRST in doing so, to limit the runs to "UZZAT"was or?, "ZAT." Primrose Inn to mark the founda-
something their own batters may tion of the UF Cricket Club, and
Experience shows the bowler
l x reasonably hope to score. In orderto to present the trophies.
that the most difficult ball for a
ANNUAL U OF F INTRAMURAL GOLF TOURNAMENT get batsmen out "bowlers"take
batter to hit properly bounces about
turns to bowl "overs" of six fair
six feet in front of the bat, and
FLIGHT balls and the batsmen at the same
this ball is said to be of "good AlligatorClassifieds
time try to score runs. Overs "
length. In addition the bowler
'75-77-76--228 WINNER are bowled from alternate ends
Scrafford, Jay ,
may have assistance from the seam
Carleto, Jim 79-76-'{ --231 RUNNERUP and no bowler may bowl two overs
of the ball which is equatorial,
'78-75-79--232 In succession. If the batsmen
Haynle, Nell and contributes to good grip, and
Grant, Carl 81-81-78--240 FACULTY WINNER change ends during play, this Is swerving the ball in the air. Irregularities Continued from Page 9

86-77-80--243 a "run but the bowler note
Hughes, David In the ground, bump,
stays at the same end until his
variations in hardness, rough
Arnold Chuck 83-91-81--255 WINNER six fair balls are finished tn-{
patches, and spin on the ball, or
Menendez 89-85-84--258 RUNNERUP fair, or "no ball," deliveries are high humidity air a few Inches I Real Estate ]

Ayala Mel 87-8'7-85--259 those which are bowled too wide
above the ground, all make It more
Bob 88-85-88--261 for the batsman to hit, or delivered -
Hoover, '
difficult to shot and
judge a a
Gabbert 85-91-87--263 'II from a position too wideof 3 BR, 2 bath, CCB home, cen-
bowler will all these and
good use
Martin 89-86-89--264 'j:': the wicket at the bowlers end, tral heating, hardwood floors,
other tricks to fool the batsman.
86-89-90--265 from closer than Florida room. Located near Lit-
Boaz :c:vn or a point legally The batsman may hit and score
permitted or using a "jerking"or tlewood. Terms to suit buyer.
in all directions round the wicket
> ,
94-83-90--267 WINNER j "throwing" action. A bowler Owners moving out of state, Call
the ball is not "dead" until It
Jackson 91-91-90--272 RUNNERUP may dismiss a batsman by hittingthe 372-3793. 621 N. W. 35th St. (I-
reaches the boundary. A big
lUcky 91-05-90--276 "wicket" hard enough to dis- 143-5t-c).
distinction from baseball oncea
-96-93--282 lodge the "balls" from their
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1 Friday, June 5,1964 The Florida Alligator, Page 11

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)1.- How to tan your hideDid

you know that men and women differ In their resistanceto
ida sunburn? That certain drugs may make you more sun-
sensitive--and that you may sunburn faster after a dip In the

18 Pigmentation factors being equal, men are about 20% more
susceptible to sunburn than women are, according to Information
)y 1d supplied by the Shulton Company. If you have been taking sulfa
d % I C drugs, barbiturates or chlorpromazine, you may sunburn more
easily than usual; these drugs seem to Increase body sensi-
tivity to sunlight. One reason there's a burning need for sun-
1H bathing caution at the beach: salt water accelerates the sun's

"cooklne" of vour skin.
: t.

Old Sol Is full of surprises -- not all of them pleasant. But
If you know more than the bare minimum of sunbathing facts,

O you can easily acquire a handsome, healthful tan. '
'e Many people find It hard to realize that the sun's heat does
)f NOT produce sunburn. Yet such Is the case. It's the ultra-

1- violet, not the heat-producing Infrared rays of the sun, which
!, toast or roast your skin. Science has made the further discoverythat
:e there are both tanning and burning rays In the sun's
d I I ultraviolet radiation. Suntan lotions work on the principleof

s What the experts recommend"Was screening out the short burning rays, but allowing the

N longer tanning rays to come through.


my face red!" You won't 5. WATCH YOUR EYES. Always 9. WATCH OUT FOR THE Because the sun's ultraviolet rays penetrate mist and clouds,
d have to say It this summer If wear sunglasses at the beach; WEATHER. Many people get care- you can get a sunburn on a cloudy or even a foggy day. The
I, you learn how to shun sunburn even when sunbathing, it's wise to less about the sun on an overcase fact Is that overcast skies can even Increase the sunburn
g while courting a glowing, even protect your eyes with a hat brimor day--but these "burning" ultra- hazard--for humility softens the external, protective layers of
tan. Here's what the experts towel. Ultraviolet rays can violet rays can penetrate mist and your skin.
) recommend: penetrate your eyelids and Impair clouds: The shade of a beach umbrella will not necessarily protectyou
, 1. START OFF SLOWLY. If vision. 10. USE YOURHEADbywearinga from sunburn; the sun's rays are bounced right back at
h your skin Is untanned, doctors 6. KNOW WHEN TO REAPPLY hat when you're In the sun for you by sand and sea. Dry sand reflects about 17% of the sun's
. recommend a 20-minute maximumfor LOTION. A good rule of thumbIs any length of time. It protects rays; water reflects anywhere from 10% to 100%. (Snow may
a your first sun session of the to reapply every two hours. hair from becoming dry and brittle; reflect as much as 85%, which Is why skiers are often red-
J season. In the noonday sun, It may even faced. They do not get "windburn," as some people think,

2. BE EXTRA-CAREFUL AT 7. DOUBLE YOUR DOSE of save you from sunstroke! r but plain old sunburn).

J THE BEACH. Sand and water reflect suntan lotion -- or use a sun-

'IJ sunlight; you can burn even blocking preparation -- for thin-
under the shade of an umbrella! skinned areas like the nose, lips, Fair painting What's the maximum protection you can expect from suntan
1L 3. PICK THE RIGHT TIME OF ears, shoulders and knees. To creams or lotions? Recent medical tests Indicate that one

DAY. Go easy on sunbathing between speak baldly, this also applies to Hollls Holbrook, Professor of type of sun-screening preparation allows users to remain up
1 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., when bare spots on the scalp! Art at the University of Florida, to four hours In the sun without developing painful redness.
sunburn danger Is greatest. Be- 8. BE SUITED TO A TAN. has had a painting entitled "On The study, carried out by a group of dermatologists In both
fore 8 a.m. or after 4 p.m.there's This one's for the gals: to pre- the Beach" selected for exhibitionat Northern and Southern areas of the U. S., made "patch tests"on
I little more than 500 volunteers to determine the sun's effect
danger. vent those odd suntans caused by the New York World's Fair.
4. USE THE SUNTAN LOTION the cut of some high-fashion bath- Anthony Bower, managing editorof 'on skin areas (1) covered with baby 011 (2) spread with cream
THAT'S BEST FOR YOU. Skin Ing suits, alternate with a suit "Art in America,"selected Mr. lotion or (3) given no protection. Twenty-four hours aftera
, dry? Try a suntan cream or that exposes any areas covered up Holbrook's painting along with four two-hour sun session, a definite or painful redness has
, cream lotion. by the other. others from the recent Florida developed In 90% of the areas left unprotected or covered
Invitational Competition at Loft on with baby oil. None of the skin patches protected by cream
z I' lotion developed redness after four-hour
the Mile Gallery for exhibition In painful even a
I the Florida Development Commis- exposure to the sun.

sion building at the World's Fair.
Holbrook was also chosen to

participate In the recent "South Unless know how suntan
you long a particular lotion will pro
s Atlantic Artists Exhibit" held In tect you, however, play safe by reapplying It every two hours.
the Rudolph Lee Gallery,Clemson, You will also be wise as these tests Indicate, to leave the baby
S. Carolina. The paintings selected oil In the bassinet. According to skin specialist Edmund F.
for this exhibition were by professional Finnerty, M. D., it's a popular but erroneous Idea that baby
artist-teachers from the oil, mineral oil or vinegar offer protection from the sun's
Midnight Star Evening Star VogueAngel's states of North Carolina; South burning rays.

Carolina; Georgia; and, Florida.

Cast tryoutsDr. Most people know that blondes and redheads, expeclally the

blue-eyed kind, tend to be sun-sensitive; less widely knownis
Richard Mason will be con-
the fact that each of us has certain "thin-skinned" areas
ducting cast tryouts today at 7 p.m.
which need extra protection from the sun. Your nose, lips,
at 3:30 and 7
and Monday p.m.
ears, shoulders and knees are thinner-skinned than the rest
V Hall Room 239 for the
In Tigert ,
i of your body. Preparations which block all the sun's burningand
Florida Players produc-
upcoming tanning rays, are excellent not only sensitive adult skins,
the Loeb and Leo-
but for babies and children as well. Experts warn that a child's
Wing Tangiers! Astral pold murder case,by Patrick Ham-
delicate skin can take only about half as much ultraviolet
ilton. No experience Is necessaryand
radiation as an adult's can.
interested in learningto
everyone No matter what you age or skin type, you will lessen your
act Is urged to try out.
Which chance of a burn If you choose sunbathing times with care.
Remember that the sun's rays burn most in the two hours
before and after noon. Before 8 a.m. or after 4 p.m. there Is

is your Use GatorClassifieds little danger of sunburn.
There will be even less danger if you apply knowledge and __
common sense--along with a good suntan lotion-to see that
favorite ? your place In the sun Is a safe and happy one.

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Rawlings winsNorth

rtc.arvedtDIAMOND "Where Your Friends Are Every Night" Rawllngs Dormitory was ....
declared volleyball Intramurals
champions this week after being

1.g i and WEDDING RINGS JOIN THE WASH PARTYSAVE games.undefeated In seven competition

Members of the team Include:

Jewelers 50% ON YOUR LAUNDRY Karen Harbaugh, captain; Carolyn
Gainesville's Quality Smith
Barbara Ginn,Connie Hick-
son, Patty Tablta,Sandy McGlnnls,

K-ri @ Gator Groomer Coin Laundry droff Marion Stewart and Bonnie Van.

Girls competed against aU wo-
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PggeJ.2 The Florida. Allfoator, Friday.June 5,1964

umu ___ .

Weaver is* leaving for FSU .

j J. Clark Weaver can analyze In 1954, when the broadcasting present position as associate pro-
1 department became part of the fessor.Dr. .
A your personality by listening to
your voice. This Is part of his School of Journalism and Com-
current research In the Inter- munications, he undertook his
4 I Weaver Is the former edi-
relation of Voice and Personality tor of Players Magazine; authorof
\ ; Tr Dr. Weaver, associate professor many publications on speech
( ( and director of Radio Center In the the theatre, and radio; has been
School of Journalism and Com- listed In Who's Who In the South
I Ir munications, ulll leave UF this + k and Biography of Speech Education.
: summer for Florida State University -

He Is national chairman of the
In Tallahassee, he will be associated Radio and Television Committee-
with the Department of studying the problems of devisinga
Speech Including work In broad- minimum curriculum for col-
casting. leges and universities offering a
major in radio and TV.

.' Fifteen years ago, Dr. Weaver
I began work In the speech and At FSU, Dr. Weaver will teach
and continue his research in voice
/ broadcasting department of UF. WEAVER
J.CLARK and personality.

: ilJ Tigert Hall's full of tmice' ..CtfoMP CHcMP

Staff Writer
There are mice In Tigert Hall. The first one showed up at the Infor-
Mrs. Julia Ecker of Williston! a beyond the
goes step
mation desk few been
a weeks ago, and has there ever since.
average housewife in promoting civic good she donates The whole first floor of Tigert Is Infested. They turn up everywhere --

blood. Here she prepares to donate her 47th unit on Intercoms, light fixtures, typewriters, and file cabinets. The
Business Office claims that their mouse Is one foot long.In .
of whole blood, bringing to six the number of gallonsshe the past few days the creatures have been spotted on the second

has contributed since 1952 at the UF Hospital. and third floors, and In the basement. Three mice have been reportedIn

.., the Dean of Men's Office,and two are sharing the office of the Dean of
< .: \ti Nl :'t vr: fii..r:1 <}'% ">2:"""f: t:.:;;: d Women.
But no one seems to mind. The mice consist of paper cones, decoratedwith
little ears, whiskers and long curly tails. NV
': The original mouse was white with pink ears, but the others are of
: every Imaginable combination of colors. M
The Leper Adopted as office mascots, the mouse craze shows no signs of slowing
: down. The one-foot mouse In the Business Office has been nicknamed

':" No attempts at eradication are being made.'Coedikette' .
DJilaa (Harcourt, Brace & World $4.95): A collection ,
"' of 10 stories by the former Yugoslav leader whose '. in finale
book "The New Class" Is widely known as a sharp ,
+ Indictment of communism The stories were written .t "''Coedikette/ handbook for handbook, Coedikette will be dis-
while DJllas was serving a five-year prison term for freshmen women students,is mak- placed. The handbook will be directed FREE DELIVERY
his political views. The themes and settings for the \. ing Its last appearance on the UF to all students and will Open 7 Days a Week.ALAN'S .
tales reflect DJllas1 own background as a student and campus next year, reports Editor Incorporate Coedikette.
ardent revolutionary In provincial Yugoslavia. { Barbara Keller. Innovations to Coedikette over CUBANA
Throughout the stories Is evidence of the author's { Published In connection with the previous years Include explana-
love of his country, despite his eventual break with Women's Student Association tions of campus traditions and
/' the leadership, and his concern for the Individual's t. Coedikette Is a handbook attemptIng terms and the honor system, a 6-1252
rights within the society. Much of the writing Is to explain the various Ins and "clothes line" and a detailed sec-
lyrical and philosophical, particularly In one story .,- outs of campus life. tion on where to go for anything next to Seagle Building'
about a decaying church forgotten In the overgrowth With the coming of an all-UF ranging from advice to food.
of the country-side. The longest story,"The Leper," ".. -;
>i Is unusually vivid as It desclrbes how a popular and :' C)VOLKSWAGEN or ANCMCA.IMC.Getaway .
., ....,.
: Influential villager Is cut off from his neighbors and .{rp P r..X..v..vy ,yr
: Is progressively Isolated because of his lingering
power, until he Is lost. The reader no doubt will see .
a similarity between the positions of the leper and 'i: ,

the author after,his break with the Communist Party. ..
From this relatively short but very Interesting book t i 1111111
emerges a clear picture of Yugoslavia and a man who ,
f I rose to be one of the country's top four leaders


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THE MARTYRED -- Richard E. Kim. '
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