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Creation Date: June 12, 1964
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Vol.56, No.147 diversity of Florida, dBinesville FridayJune 12,1964

On Sunday morning, May 31,1964, outside, we discovered that our pen
three Negro girls and I enteredthe had been used for a doe nen during
side door of Trinity Episcopal: the night, and the dogs had defecated -
Church in St. Augustine, Fla. We In places.
planned to attend the 11:00 service, Dy Thursday five more white
but we were several minutes early demonstrators had been added to
and seated ourselves during the our cell-block, In addition to Dana
recessional of an earlier service. and me. That night we sang"free
Immediately after the earlier service dom songs," and the other white
an usher came to our pew Inmates sang with us. SheriffL.
and told us to leave. "You'renot O. Davis happened to be at
welcome here," he said lie the Jail at the time lie was so
specifically told me, "Don't YOU infuriated that we were being sup-
ever como back here.' (I am a ported by the white non-demon-
pre-E pis c 0 pa I-mlnlsteral stu- strators that he took all the white
dent.) Leaving the church, we attempted demonstrators Into the "sweat-
to worship at two other box."
churches but were turned awayat The sweat-box consists of two
the door. adjacent rooms, each about 7' x
Later that afternoon, around 7'. Our room had a dim over-
3:30, three Negroes, another white head light, a small window, a lava
student, and I were being driven tory, a toilet, and a concrete floor.
to the Ponce de Leon Restaurant Also, the walls had been plasteredIn
along a main highway. We were such a way that they had a
spotted by a carload of known jagged surface, impossible to lean
Klansmen, and soon we were being or sit against without heavy-cloth
followed by four cars. Our driver protection. As someone said, "I
pulled quickly to one side of the guess these walls are about as
road, apparently to see if the other close to rlass-I m bed d e d-In-ce-
INSIDEST. cars would pass. The other cars ment as you could get away with
pulled to a stop In the road, Just In twentieth century America."
'. in front of us. A man got out of The next night we were stirredby
I the lead car with a chain in one the sound of freedom singers
hand and a club In the other. approaching us. The Negro dem-
After two more turns we saw no onstrators were being punished for
sight of the other cars. We then singing too loudly. Sheriff Davis
went to the restaurant by another placed the ten men in the adJa-
.'. ... route. cent sweat-box. The eighteen Negro -
'. At the restaurant we were askedto women had been placed In the
leave. We refused to do so,and "tank," which Is a padded cell
we were arrested shortly. As we smaller than the sweat-box, even
left the restaurant, we noticed that more poorly lighted and ventilated, \
two of the cars which had earlier and lacking a toilet or lavatory.
followed us were parked behind In the sweat-box we had to"
AL 'GUSTIE'S the deputy's car in the driveway. sleep In shifts, because of lack
At the county jail we were book- of space. One group would stand
ed, fingerprinted, and mugged. Our while the other slept. Our food
charges were trespassing, con- consisted of two thin jelly sand-
spiracy to create a disturbance, wiches, served twice a day.
and being an undesirable guest. We men were released from the
.' '' ....." ,. Our bond was set at $300 per sweat-box at noon Sunday, just before -
charge. This was arbitrarily lower the once-a-week visiting
than the bonds of most other dem- hours. Apparently the sheriff was
onstrators, which ranged from concerned about keeping up ap-
$500 to $1,000 per charge. pearances. As we walked from
Dana Swan, the other white dem- the dark sweat-box Into the bright
onstrator, and I were placed In a sunlight, on route to the Jail, one
'i twelve-man cell-block with ten of us said, "Well, I see the sun
'. ",' other white prisoners. We weren't still shines." Sheriff Davis over-
served supper when the other inmates heard this remark and sarcastic-
were. After supper one of ally replied, "I don't understand;
the deputies talked through the bars in the pen you didn't like the sun,
n JAILI to a couple of the tougher-looking and now you do."
prisoners, telling them that the two Sunday afternoon the SCLC post
new guys were "a couple of those ed bond for all the white demon
freedom boys." Despite the depu- strators and some of the Negroes.
ty's prodding, however, we were (Bond was posted at different times
not harassed by the other Inmates.On for different people. As I left
Tuesday, Wednesday and the jail I reflected that, wjille I
Thursday all of the demonstrators was technically"free"for the first
except the juveniles were placedIn time in seven days, there could
a chain-link pen outside the be no freedom In St. Augustine for
Jail. Toilet facilities In the pen either whites or Negroes so long
consisted of a hole In the ground, as whites were militantly and vio-
surrounded by squares of plywood.On lently committed to maintaining
Tuesday, one girl passed out segregation as a way of life. Free-
I. '. from the heat and four others dom does not exist for Negroes
became sick. They received no when they are continually subject
medical attention. In protest we to terrorism by whites; when Negroes -
agreed to refuse to return to the have no police protection and
pen the next day. We would force whites have no police restrictions;
the guards to either carry us out when the safest place for a Negro
or leave us inside. Is in jail; when Negroes are denied
The next morning, John Gibson any opportunity for betterment of
FIRST-HAND ACCOUNT BY JULIAN BROWN 4AS and Willie Bolten, the two SCLC theft conditions; and when they are
leaders in jail at that time, were In turn cruised for not doing any-
called downstairs on the pretext thing to better their conditions.And
that they were to talk to the female freedom does not exist for whites
demonstrators. When the leaders when they are Intimidated by their
were downstairs, guards and deputies own fears and pressured by the
moved Into the cells of the overt hostility and violence of their
: Negro demonstrators, male and neighbors into treating Negroes
-J 4.YY' "'A/i'' : female, with police dogs, nightsticks unfairly; when they must harden
x :, and cow prods. Gibson themselves against any feelings of
and Bolten realized that to con kindness, compassion and love toward
\1 ; tinue with the protest against going Negroes; when they must discipline -
t out would mean exposing the other themselves to appear Indifferent -
... J'1,; .,. demonstrators to abuse while to the suffering around
they themselves would be removed them; and when they most continually -
.z ..t. from it. They chose to call off reinforce this mask of Indifference -
the "going-limp" tactic. WI' with malice,anxiety and
walked outside peaceably. Once bate.

2 The Florida Alligator FridayJune 12,1964
r Accounting jobs are openImmediate

examination, the director said. lege transcript to the Florida Merit

career openings The Auditor I positions carrya System immediately, or no later
exist in four major Florida cities range from $400 to $500 than June 24 for the state-wide

for college graduates having 27 salary month, while compensation examination to be given Saturday,

semester hours in accounting, according for per Auditor II, which calls for two July 11. Openings will be filled
to Florida Merit System post-graduate experience ora from registers established by this
Director, Gerald L. Howell. years examination with subsequent
Masters degree and one year experience examinations -
Public Accounts Auditors I and II extends from $460 to scheduled for appli-
are being sought to fill vacanciesin employees cants admitted after the June date.
with permanent
Tallahassee, Jacksonville, $575, increases. Application blanks and other Information -
receiving regular
Gainesville and Miami. Examina- desired concerning state
Persons having such qualifications
tions for these positions with the employment opportunities
may be
7, Y are urged to obtain an application
State Auditing Department are opento blank at their nearest obtained by writing directly to the
4 holders of CPA certificates, or State Employment Office Florida Merit System, Doyle E.
to college graduates whose major Florida Tallahassee.Harvard's
s r and submit it with their col- Carlton Bldg., .
study prepared them for the CPA

(: J1 p ..".
Carman to visit UF I

Fellowship at its monthly luncheon during each of the three tri-
John B. Carman, professor at
i Tues., June 30, at the Florida mesters. Speakers who have appeared -
r the Center for the Study of World
Room in Norman Hall. His topic earlier this year include
Religions at Harvard Divinity there will be"Rethinking Christian Franklin Clark Fry, President,
School will visit UF for the week
Missions." The luncheon will be Lutheran Church In America; Max
of June 28 as the latest of thisyear's
lecturers. at 12:30 p.m., and Carman will Arzt, Vice Chancellor, Jewish
Rellgion-ln-Llfe begin his remarks at 1. Theological Seminary of America;
"The Hindu Tradition in Modern
The Harvard professor will also Nathan Scott, professor of litera-
India considered In the contest
meet with the international rela- ture and theology, University of
of "A World Come of Age, in
Chicago Carl Michalson
tions group of the University Wo- ; professor -
the 1963-64 Religion-in-Llfe
men's Club Wed., July 1. Duringthe of systematic theology, Drew
theme, will be his topic when he *
week he will speak to several University; and Harmon olcomb,
addresses the public at 7:30 ,
professor of the
philosophy of
religion: classes.ReligioninLife. religion -
Thurs., July l} in the Law Audi- continues its Colgate Rochester Divinity
torium. A reception will follow program of providing lecturers School.

Can't we ever have a little privacy around here? This the address. -. ---
Carman has also been Invited to
lady and her baby, rhesus monkeys, are from India. The speak to the Faculty Christian Go All The Way by Air

university is using them for tests on immunity nutrition,
Latin Club electsThe
dental eruptions and blood value. :
UF Latin American Club, \
an organization emphasizing bet- Fly South CentralTO
HC workers needed ter relations among international

students, last week held elections

Homecoming '64 still needs workers -- and lots for the coming year. JACKSONVILLE FOR CONNECTIONS TO

of them -- for all kinds of jobs. More than 1,000 Jose Ramon Alberto Rivero was elected Atlanta, Chicago, New York, Washington and
students worked directly on Homecoming last year, president. Molina will
serve as vice-president, Francois, all points. .
and so far less than 50 have been signed this year.
Jobs are open In a variety of fields, Including: Berger as secretary, Nelson Her
Finance -- receive requests for money from various nandez as vice-secretary and Vil-
Vllaret treasurer.All Departures for Jacksonville 7:35 am 2:40 pm
ma as
the of the
committees, check on availability suppliesand
most economical sources, authorize requisitions. students are Invited to join Return flights to Gainesville 12:30 pm 4:30 pm

Promotion and publicity -- organize and plan pro- the club.

grams to acquaint the public with Homecoming through
meetsThe Call for Reservations
radio, television, newspapers and other media.
Parade -- make arrangements for the annual parade, UF chapter of the I.E.E.E.
FR6-8437 (Airport) FR6-4641 (downtown)
which Includes floats, bands and marching groups. will hold Its second summer meet-

Gator Growl -- help with a variety of technical Ing June 28, at 7:30 p.m. in Room .

equipment, including lights, microphones; secure 512 of the engineering building.Dr. .
speakers; coordinate sororities and fraternities. Scott of the Physics Department -
Applications are available in the Florida Blue Key will speak on "Unusual

office, Florida Union. Effects in Super-Conducting Ma-

terials at Tempertures Near Absolute t \R

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Friday, June 12, 1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3 J

I Sharpe succeeds Corrick ,

f i
l.t _
at the university.The ,
appointment is effective July
1, 1964.
A native of Oklahoma City, the '
28-year-old Sharpe holds both the ; : .
bachelor and master's degrees
from Oklahoma State Universityin
Stlllwater, Okla.
) 11t He Is a member of Sigma Del- --
A L ta Chi and Phi Alpha Mu journa-
listic fraternties.

Sharpe, who joined the UF staff N"I 1
.. in August of 1962, is currently e It I
--- -
assistant of t
editor the Agricultural
Melvin L. Sharpe, an assistant Experiment Station.
editor at the university was named He served in the U. S. Army
assistant to the President by Uni- from 1958 to 1960 on the public
versity President J. Wayne Reitz information staff, and worked as I- i: -
this week. a staff reporter for the Guthrie
Sharpe succeeds George Cor- Daily Leader in Guthrie, Okla. _
rick, who was recently named before returning to school to take
Director of Development Services his master's degree.


"Where Your Friends Are Every Night" I ti

JOIN 1H E WASH PARTYSAVE Okay, Tiger, there's the bell. Now remember, keep your left up. These chimps

i have been with the university for three years. They came here as infants, were I

50% ON YOUR LAUNDRY bottle-fed and diapered. The chimps are used for immunological studies.

Gator Groomer Coin Laundry 'P\alrc> n l 'e

Adjoining University Post Office G at'-or Police to sell bicyclesThe I

Advertisersguffs :

Gainesville Police Depart- 13. Boy's, Norman, serial #
1 ment will auction off 22 abandoned 838947.

bicycles and six cars to the high- 14. Girl's, Flying Eagle, ser-
est bidders for cash at noon June ial #10799.
S 16, The police department is located -
W' 15. Boy's, Appollo, serial #
the beauty eeb c at 721 N. W. 6th St. 1083955.
Here is a list of the vehicles. f
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is built in
Students who recognize their own #37568.
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vehicles before the 16th if they ial 21437.

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Page 4 The Florida Alligator FridayJune 12,1964

. Stay away from St. Augustine, studentsI i


believe In the brotherhood of man. I am a strong supporter of equality under the wish to stamp out the fear that breeds intolerance; intolerance would quickly die. II

law and the 14th amendment. It Is my view that neither the press nor Individuals can Demonstrations do act ease fears. They intensify fears.
afford to let Infringement of civil liberties pass unchallenged, for the weakening of one This country, South and North, is simmering this summer, but the sun is not to
for true savagery among us these days. It could happenin
freedom weakens them all. blame. There is the potential
Yet there will be no Alligator editorials urging students to commit themselves to St. Augustine more easily than Gainesville, but it could happen anywhere, anytime.
the rights struggle, to take up their signs and bandalds and march on St. Augustine.As I cannot condone nor support the Involvement of students in actions that might end
a matter of fact, this is an editorial against that sort of thing in violence, bloodshed, death; actions that however well-motivated, threaten to rip apart
Students are not equipped to stand against police dogs, clubs, guns or cattle prods. the country; actions that under present circumstances, cannot begin to match good

Demonstrations are for the benefit of the press. They change few minds at the original accomplished for evil unleashed.
locale; instead they bring pressure to bear upon local officials from higher, out- Integration, tolerance, brotherhood must come. But they must come slowly. Those
side sources. They do not enrich racial understanding. They build no foundation for leaders of both sides who await the coming battle with eagerness are not really interested -
the bond of compassion that must exist in each race for the other before true civil in civil rights; they are interested in the sort of violent glory that will give
rights can come. meaning to their lives, though it may destroy a hundred or a million others. Great

U you wished to change the status quo, you might better do it one person at a time, leaders will cultivate the virtue of patience; they will steadfastly press their case, and
striving for depth rather than surface effect, quality rather than quantity.The their very dignity and determination will win more hearts and minds than ever a scath-

motives of students who take part in demonstrations are largely irreprochablewhich -- ing slogan could do.
makes their actions somewhat sad, because they are being used, in my opinion. I urge through the Alligator, therefore, that students refrain from demonstrations.
Perhaps not consciously used, but used. The battle will not end this summer. There will still be time to parade, if parade you

The place of students is in school. A great deal depends upon us; we carry the dreams must, when academic life is successfully completed. What Is more, there will be time
i of fathers and mothers, we pattern the future for younger brothers and sisters, we hold to write letters to newspapers--Intelligent letters, because you are a college graduate.
the security and happiness of wives yet unmarried and children yet unborn. It is a lot There will be time to argue with fellow workers and friends--argue effectively because
to jeopardize. you have learned to think, and to understand the minds of other men.

Certainly there is no more reprehensible creature on the face of the earth than a You may be too tired, as a gas station attendant, to parade. You may not have time,

bigot. Unfortunately, all of us are bigots in one way or another. The only difference at $1.25 an hour, to sit in.
between idealistic demonstrator and cynical sheriff Is one of degree. We should -- John Askins

u) Lionel I saw you Let me kiss it and
CorrectionEDITOR catch finger Aw, c'mon, LionelDon
C your make it better!
in the door!

: ark

: Gerry Richman's articleon

cheating, part II.
This article reported an obser-
vation that five out of fifteen stu- =:)

dents cheated in a language lab., -- ..---
and was not considered unusual. 1'1 Addis
Also reported was the experience
of one school In finding that cheat-

system Ing Increased, resulting under In the the school proctor reverting The Feaster- Winston battle : bang bangEDITOR

back to the Honor System.
Perhaps this was not as much as

an Increase In cheating as it was : A. The change-over to the tri- to reorganize reserve holdingsfor different set of patients."

an increase in detection of cheating Apparently Mr. Winston mis- mester system, with faculty con- courses. Students also are I'm sure that our sleeping beau
Actual cheating might have understood my last letter. My tracts for 2 1/2 trimesters (10 deprived of time needed to write ty can explain the position taken
decreased for all we know. Cer- Intention was not to degrade anyoneor full months) puts us at aneconomic term papers and reports that develop by the U of F's AAUP. I'm also
tainly cheating does occur under anything. The to their mat-
purpose was disadvantage in the sellers' mastery of subject sure Mr. Winston would agree
the Honor System, and with the state that some courses and cur- market for faculty that prevails ter. A fourteen-week trimester that it doesn't take an apple expert -

stigma identified with Informing, riculum adapt more easily to the nationally.B. simply does not contain as many to tell when an apple is rotten -
it seems that cheating occurs quite trimester system than others,due Students suffer under the hours and minutes for library, which is the case with the
freely. to their nature; the trimester does trimester plan from the fact that laboratory or field work as doesa trimester.
not allow enough; time for extra- they move right from one trimes- seventeen week semester. The
I would say we had a very good
Any educative value of the Honor curricular activities; to urge stu- ter into another without adequate wrong remedy was prescribed as start in
the direction of being a
System must be morally weighed dent government to take some action time for professors to reorganize the would-be doctors forced upon What
"Super Junior College.
against the Injustice done by the on behalf of the students; the course material, to develop new the University of Florida a pre- do think
you ? .
cheating student to the noncheating trimester causes certain studentsto reading lists, or for the library scription intended for an entirely Gerald Feaster
student. On theoretical groundsit become upset and Irritable over
is unlikely that the honor System trivial matters. JAZZ CORNER
has more than little educative
value. It is unfortunate that man I am opposed to the trimester, I
is sometimes dishonest, but, disregarding yes, but I do not think the collegeof Who's afraid of Jimmy Smith?

or overlooking his fact education is out to get me. .,

will not make It otherwise; this is For Mr. Winston's information, "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" is the name of V-8583; stereo V6-8583) Is one of Jimmy's best
what the Honor System seems to my knowledge of the college is a successful Broadway play. It's also the name of recordings to date. It features Jimmy backed up witha
attempt. trd tr Hhe university catalogue and a successful jazz record by organist Jimmy Smith. big band. Arrangements are by the great Oliver
friends in the college. I have all Jazz critic Leonard Feather once said that "His Nelson."Who's.
Improvement would result if we the respect In the world for the
(Jimmy Smith's to "
relationships previous jazz exponents Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Is agroovy
could encourage the non-cheating College of Education and apologizeto of the Hammond organ parallels those of tune written by Don Kirkpatrick and Kevin Knox. It
student to expose the cheating stu- Mr. Winston and to anyone else Charlie Christian and Jimmy Blanton to earlier guitar- comprises two tracks on the album. If the stage
dent, as Rlchman's article suggests who may have been offended.If "
ists and bassists.
play of the same name were anything like this funky
However it is difficult
That is like saying Jimmy Smith Is to the jazz organ ditty, it would be banned in Boston.Jimmy's .
to a cheating student when would to
expose Mr Winston care
what the Wright brothers are to the airplane.
you, at one time or another, have awaken from his"gratifying slum- enoughto
Jimmy Smith was born December 8,1925,in Norris- rendlUonof"JohnBrown's"Body" is
yourself cheated. It Is then that ber," I would like to debate the make ol first
town, Pa. His parents were accomplished pianists. John twist and shout. This is not the
you would regard yourself as an trimester system with him. I time Jimmy has to "Walk
Jimmy was pounding the keyboard almost before he jazzed up folk tune. Listen
informer. Informing as an immoral would like his reaction to this
old Right In" on his Flats"albumVervemonarualV
was enough to walk. At the age of nine Jimmy won "Hobo
act involves turning against section of article in the Alligator
the V- stereo
Major Bowes Amateur Show on radio. ; V6-8544).
your own kind. Speaking for my- (May 12)concerning the prob- The Woolf"is
He tried his luck at being a song and dance man most Interesting track on "Virginia
self, and others that I have dis- lems of the university as seen in 1942 the Richard On
when he
teamed up with his father to work the Rodgers composition "Slaughter
cussed this with, probably the majority by the UP chapter of the American night clubs.Jimmy's. Tenth Avenue." Oliver Nelson's excellent arrange-
of students at onetime during Association of Profes-
University formal ment plus that the
musical training did not include the Jimmy's emotion-filled solos prove
their school experience, have sors. One of the problems stated organ. In 1948 he studied string bass at the Hamilton jazz style may be tastefully applied even to very
cheated. Although this does not was: School of Music, and during 1949-50 he studied pianoat complex compositions
make us cheaters, it does makeus 'Imposition of the trimester the Ornstein Conservatory.

reluctant, and in some way 'system without knowledge of Its Jimmy did not adopt the until he Three more tracks round out the album -- "Wives
morally unfit, to expose the cheat- effect on students or faculty in trio in September 1955.organ Since formed his own and Lovers," "Women of the World" Bluesette."
ing student causing him to suffer the educational process -- We made literally dozens, of successful that time Jimmy has This is one of Jimmy Smith's finest albums. It

the punishment which we escaped.The need objective study of the aca- The development of the recordings. has swing and "soul" from beginning to end.
result Is, cheating under the demic effects and the indirect jazz organ which began
Honor System where exposure is financial costs of the trimester with "Fats" Waller and "Wild" Bill Davis has received ... .
rare, occurs frequently. In con- schedule for both students and biggest boost from Jimmy. Because of his

sideration of the damage done to faculty. What affects the faculty work instrument the organ Is now accepted as a major Jazz Part 2 of "The Serendipity Groove" can be seen
the non-cheating student, and In adversely Inevitably affects the tonight
at eight It is a
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view unlikely success an adversely. At the very continued discussion of the recording industry.

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Save those ancient statuesEDITOR By DON FEDERMAN'America

America" Is an unique movie for Ella

Kazan, unique because it is truly his movie. The

public can look at it and perhaps say, "a well-told
story, but a bit too fictionalized," and that is just
: not be very original. As far as and one University which is located why this movie will elude them, for it<; too personalfor
I know, someone somewhere may in the northern part of our most people to appreciate. It must je understoodthat
My name Is Preston Whitfield. have already proposed a similar nation. I think that I will also Kazan's uncle in this film is not seen as a man,
I attend Gulf Coast Junior Col- Idea. All I know is that whileI write a letter to another Univer- but as a hero; and his struggle to reach Americais

lege, which Is located near Pana- was watching the Dupont Showof sity which is located in the South. not seen as a fantastic dream realized, but as an
ma City. I am writing this letterto the Week on May 24 I had a I do not know how I am going to epical affirmation of a country he has so beautifully
you In regard to Dupont's Showof desire that these ancient relics select the Universities which I am indicted for other reasons. After all, as Kazan !

the Week, which was shown on should be saved from drowning, going to write these letters to. I states, "how else could I have made this movie?"
May 24 on our local television sta- and that most of tomorrow's lead- hope that whoever reads this letter Stylistically, the movie is typical Kazan, though In
tion. I do not know when It appeared ers will come out of today's Uni- will be a little Interested In this this case, form not only creates image, but adds

on your local television versities and Colleges, it seemedto idea and maybe see If there is something grandiose, something none of his other
station In Gainesville; If It did at me that the students should helpIn any Interest In It around the Uni- films have. Note how Impersonal things are, how

all. This show, which Dupont the raising of money to save versity and other Institutions of the camera states a condition (an effect) with the
presented on this date was about these relics. On top of this, higher learning. I feel that it detachment of a documentary. Note how Kazan's

the Nile River. It traced the pathof they should want to; anyway, it would be a worthwhile project for hero Is set against (not within) the context of things.

the Nile from Its origin to Its would be a worthwhile project. the college students of this nation, Note how convention,landscape: and people are Imposed .
mouth near the sea. The narra- I have decided to write a let- and all over the world, to under- on him like the wrath of some displeased god. You
tor of the film was George Mason. ter (concerning the same thing take. It would be better than could almost parallel our hero's struggle with that
The part of the film which I was which I have written to you about) patty raids, sit-ins, and these of Odysseus.

concerned about was the area which to one University which is locatedIn other things. But the parallel cannot be allowed to be carriedtoo

will be flooded by water from the the western part of our nation, Preston Whitfield far, since our hero is not an earthy warrior,

Aswan dam when It Is completed.In but an "Innocent." lie is corrupted on his journey,

this area there are a numberof almost destroyed as a person, but in the end, he main-
ancient Egyptian statues. I tains his dignity and realizes his dream. Unlike
am writing this letter In regard to Attacking the system his amoral Greek ancestors, he is a 20th century
these statues. The Aswan dam will hero in that his tale is moral.

benefit Egypt very much; but these As has been said, the viewer will never truly under-
ancient Egyptian statues must be stand why this movie MUST be more legend than tale,

saved from drowning. They must EDITOR: members endorsed the motion. Asa but the play on the viewer's emotions cannot be

be preserved for posterity for point of Information, there was missed say by only the crassest of individuals. In
people of the future to gaze at The Alligator article concerningthe no roll call vote whereby the this sense, Kazan reflects the spirit of many of his
and wonder about. There have Legislative Council meeting of author of the Alligator article other films, particularly "Splendor In the Grass."

been efforts to raise money to move May 26th was misleading and in- could have supported his state- Kazan's trademarks, his close-ups of faces havingthe "
some of these statues by various correct. The Council did vote on ment -- which was unfair to both most acute and intense expressions, his panning

organizations. Some money has whether to approve the Athletic parties. The point I wish to con- of and keying on aspects of a setting (as In the court-

been raised, but a lot more needsto Association Allocation Fee; the vey is that despite party differences ship of the homely, Greek girl) to create atmosphere,
be raised. A few of the statues motion failed. As stated, this was both Gator and VOTE par- his hand-held effects to establish the feeling of a

have been moved, but there are definitely NOT a "party" issue. ties are working together as a first person, and his sense of theatre (evident In
more left that has not been moved Contrary to the Alligator article unified Council (In order to fulfill his blocking as in the confrontation scene between our

than have been moved. Even If however, the members opposingthe the job the students elected themto hero and the girl he cannot marry, lighting as in the

we have not seen these statues approval were not solely VOTE fulfill. cafe scene with the aupressed American woman, and :
first hand; we should still want to party members. Several members : setting as in the home of the rich Greek), are all

save them. The people of the world of the Gator party opposed the motion Linda Letzlc, Secretary here, and as one critic said, they make for "an
have until 1970 to raise the moneyto and several VOTE party Legislative Council x explosion on the senses." And it inhere that Kazan's

save these statues. -;}. greatness lies, that there is a level in this movie
College students all over this that envelops us. Kazan is theportrayerof the human

nation are at one time or other heart.
doing things such as sit-ins, panty the columnistEDITOR The movie though is far from perfect. Rhythmically,
raids, demonstrations against cer- Attacking "" it is sluggish in places, though never really boring

tain persons or against the sale of despite its length ((174 minutes). The ending might

certain books, and many other :. be termed a bit over-sentimental, but actually, it's
things. The list of these thingsare ( more a case of a cliched image. The acting la not

endless, but most of them are as consistent as it could be (the hero looks his
was heard In an Important place
not worthwhile. If the students in : was when a college student rented <: part better than he plays it), though take note of
the Universities and Colleges of Mr. Bush's column on Herbie { Catherine Balfour as the American lady and the actor
Philharmonic Hall in Lincoln Cen-
this nation would band togetherin Hancock is definitely his best, but (unknown to this reviewer) who play the rich rug
ter on New Year's Eve to present
some kind of organization for most uniformed. Perhaps Mr. merchant.
Taylor Coltrane and Oroette l.
the purpose of saving these relics Bush would like to know about Nevertheless, these minor faults cannot begin to
Coleman (who had to be replacedby
of the past, quite a bit of money another pianist, namely Cecil Taylor obliterate the film's overall effect. In some respects
an out-of-place Art Blakey).
could be raised. This organization who In my humble opinionIs J (like documentation of an institution), it is his greatest
could later extend to the Uni- THE pianist In jazz today. film, certainly his most Important. More than a

versities and Colleges of other The tragic irony of the eveningwas tribute to a man's dream, it is a beautiful telling of
countries If they showed an inter- From Mr. Bush's discussion, that Blakey got most of the that dream. It's at the State through Saturday.
est in the organization. If the it appears Hancock is little more plaudits while playing the most out-
students of Universities and Col- than a disciple of Taylor who has dated jazz. Taylor's group playedone The FloridaALLIGATOR

leges all over this world get behind been experimenting with poly- song, lasting 59 minutes. It
an organization developed to the rhythms,harmonic scales, serial was Incredible,absolutely incredi-
purpose to raise money In orderto music, and all sorts of incredibletone ble (result being respectful applause -
save these ancient Egyptian relics clusters since 1959(that would ). ,
two objectives would be make Mr. Hancock only 19 yearsof
achieved. First, a huge sum of age and still developing). What's Editor. . . . . . . ., John Ask In*
money would be raised toward more, Taylor has been able to Incorporate As a jazz columnist; you have an
his style into jazz's obligation to enlighten the public as Executive Editors
saving some of these relics,
secondly a worthwhile project basic form of expression, mainly best as you can about new develop Jim Hammock Benny Cason
would improvisation. Thus, what Taylorhas ments and Important people in lazz Ass')ciate Editors
be carried out by college
students achieved Is merely freeing So get on the stick Mr. jBush. Bob Thomas Ed Barber
all over the world.
jazz from jazz, that is the same old Your last column showed you can Jim Castello Ernie LUz
I know that this Idea (of the
grind of melodic statement followedby write competently with an excellent Pat Hogan Eunice Tall
Universities and Colleges to form
some kind of for the cliched Improvisation followedby knowledge of your subject. But Deth Kraselsky Nancy Brichty
organization restatement and drum roll coda give credit where credit is due.
purpose of raising money to save
some of these relics) was not a ((UGH). Sports Editor. . . . . . Martin Edwardj ,.
last time Taylor's music Name Withheldin
storke of genius; in fact it might The
Staff WritersJohn

Hancock, Phil Geyer, Don Federman, Robin Lundwall,
I He wants the proctor system Mary Ann ,Hansen, Rlva Goldberg, Vernon Swartcel, Liz

I i. .. Brewer, Charlie Bush, Jim Carleton Joe Kollln,Anne Richards.
weakness of the system lies in developing me resources of Bob Wise, and Tom Gibboney.
EDITOR: the fact that it seeks to Identify reason in the individual so far
Honor System seeks to destroy that he would abhor cheating
on anti-social behavior such Receptionist ....... . . . Marsha G. Brown ,..
any sense of personal as heating with individual mo- without having the need to submitto
loyalty and faith by encouragingstudents rality. Nopunt.shmenthoweversevere the coercion of the Honor PRODUCTION CREW
to one an- System, let us admit the fail-
spy upon can legislate morals. Don Addis, Nelson Meyer, Sam Shaya, Ernie Litz, Dave
other. In this, It cannot and anti-social behavior ure. But let us not substitutethe
While an Piche Jim Neff, and Darlene Pierce
should not succeed. Therefore, may be outlawed,individual morality proper role of education by ,

It would frequently happen thata can only be developed ball measures and hypocrisy. The Florida Alligator Is the of lie 11 student newspaper of the
student would refuse to reportin It is time that we get rid University of Florida and is published five times weekly .r
his would not through Increase of of this system and restore the
friends but
and when it is
except during the months of l izy,- June July,
hesitate to resources. honor to Its rightful place in
get the strangersinto
for published semi-weekly.I The Florida Alligator is entered as
A University is a place the University
trouble. community.
at the United States Post Office at
precisely the task that we have S. K. Uarg

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V A step into the futureThe

Any Way You
Pilgrim Project by Hank uprising of Negro slaves. They 1835. in an orgy of murderwere
Look At It > SeaiIs (McGraw-Hill $4.95): to turn on their white while Murrell and his numer-
Searls' new novel takes a step masters on Christmas Day, ous gang scooped up the spoils.
slnsaI: ; into the future to describe a
aspaJIsseI3 desperate U.S. stretch drive in
the space race-a plan to landa
JowDIIiVAlligator lone man on the moon and
leave him there until other I GATOR SPORTSmmffammmmmmiimmtffmfmffammmmfMmmmmmmHfaJi
Americans arrive, a year or so
later if all goes well.
The man chosen to lead the
way will have to make a three- FSU clinic
day flight in a modified Mer- opensMore
cury capsule, find a shelter that -
has been flown in ahead of him, than 300 high school and Coach of the Year in 1963 and
Advertising: and devise protection against college football and basket- Jim Hickey, coach of North Caro-
murderous extremes of heat, ball coaches are expected in Tal- lina's 1963 Gator Bowl champions.
University Ext. 2832 cold and radiation. lahassee this week for Florida The third annual basketballclinic

On.-e a month, he will haveto State University's Eleventh Annual has Hayden Riley, whose
hope his lends on earth can Coaching Clinic. Alabama team upset the Kentucky
!llt8i6tl land a new shelter close enoughto Guest speakers for the football Wildcats late In the 1963-64 sea-
HEELS put on in 5 minutes him for him to find it before clinic include Wayne Hardin,coachof son, and Norman Sloan of UF as
SOLES put on in 15 minutis his-supplies run out. Navy's Cotton Bowl team; John guest speakers.The .
-I. -
MODERN Obviously, the trail-blazer Brldgers, whose Baylor Bears defeated -
SHOE isn't. a very good Insurance risk LSU in the 1964 Bluebonnet entire FSU football and basketball
SHOP and there is considerable oppo- Bowl; Paul Davis of Mississippi coaching staffs will assist
across From 1st notional bank sition to the project among State Southeastern Conference during the clinic.
those who are in on the secret
especially when the colonel who
STARTS TONITE1! TWO SUPERB HITS11! has been training for the mis- UF golfers in NCAA meet I
sion for a year is replaced by an
inadequately prepared civilian
4 'OSCAR' WINNERS PLUS MANY NOMINEES I I 11 I II to appease "world opinion." UF will be represented at the First day's play will feature an
Steven Lawrence, the civilian NCAA golf championship by cap- East-West best ball match with
I open 7; show 7:45 see both late as 9:40 asked to volunteer for the job tain Richard Leckey and junior Leckey, of St. Petersburg, repre

.. : ....:..::... ". ..... ,. :.' ,. .:.,.. .. '.', ......., .. ., .. ,. has a wife and child to consider, Laurie Hammer, Head Coach senting Florida if chosen. Qualifying -
first & last over and above the risks he Buster Bishop announced.This play begins June 15, with 18
himself faces. He has
; a succes- year's collegiate golf holes of medal play that day and
I! E1 ACADEMY AWARD WINNERI! .... sion of very tough choices to championships will be held at Col- the next.
make and a good part of the
orado Springs, Colorado from June Low 64 qualifiers enter match
book deals with his decisions.
: \t f 14-20. The Gators will leave play June 11 and continue until
Searls, an Annapolistrainedformer
ii BEST jet pilot with consider- Gainesville June 12, schedulinga eliminated, with the finals slated
$; able knowledge of the U.S. practice ruff.on the 13th. for the 20th.
ACTOR ;t space program, makes "The Pil-

.:: SIDNEY Ralph }." grim Project"involving a first-class backstage cliffhanger ma-- Kelley cops handball crown 1

I j POITIER Nelson'smoviegoing neuvering In the Capitol and
.,' the White House as well as tantalizing Intramurals handball,long a favorite Physical Education Dept. staff

.. glimpses of America's at the UF, again saw sum- tripped up Sam Shaya In a squeaker
.), '. .:>;., :.:>:., ....::,, :,':::" il/es bases.
principal space mer participation at a high peak. 19-21, 21-7 and 21-0.
; The hotly contested tourney, after In the other.semis Tom Kelley
some extremely competetive action slipped past Larry Wasserman,
Spawn of Evil by Paul I.
"Warm, o the .i} Wellman (Doubleday $5.95)) : saw Tom Kelley take the 21-5, 4-21 and 21-6, for the title '..
Outlaws in the days betweenthe campus championship last Friday playoff berth.
funny ; Revolution and the Civil afternoon.In Kelley took the title In a close
'> and Ze .: War had plenty of scope for the semis Bill Benz of the UF one over Benz, 21-16 and 21-9.
\ the practice of their evil deeds.
: deeply
They could swoop down on Isolated -
::c moving. 4' settlements, steal burn, Harden, Baumaster win net titleThe I
: kill and escape into the trackless -
Should be forest. This book roundsup UF Intramurals tennis doub- the team of Harden-Baumaster
i required2nd Y stories of the most rapacious les finals resulted In a victory for slip past the duo of Bales-Stauff,
:' !" scoundrels of the period-the the team of Harden and Daumaster 6-1, 6-3.
Harpe brothers William Fox after a long battle throughout the
-Good James Ford, Samuel Mason tourney.The The resulting final playoff saw
Housekeeping John Long and the arch mur- semi-finals saw the teams Harden-Baumaster down Akbar-
wf w derer and conspirator, John of Akbar and Worthy upend the Worthy team 6-1, 6-1, for the
,Roavt Murrell, who planned a general Welch-Whipp team by a forfeit and campus title.
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Not one entry has been received in our Feddy Bear '

Contest. This shows complete lack of interest on the y 4 vl$ :

movies. .the Alligator __ ___ __n_._. _.____' __ .__y._ ___ n _u___ .
part of the student body in

.Feddy's friend Federman. .or the special priv- We gotta stick together, fellows. These squirrel monkeys are used for behavior ..

ileges Feddy enjoys at the Gainesville Drive-In studies. Their long, prehensile tails make the top of the cage about as comfortable -

Theatre. Contest closes Thursday noon, June 18. at the bottom, as far as they're concerned.C .

Mail card with anybody's name to PO Box 52. I ....
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Honor Court III !::':"

New way to 'inforrn'!.:


Honor Court Chancellor "fJ:'

Informing Is "sneaky." How about a more direct
approach? One university has very successfully em- :
ployed a twenty-four hour waiting period. It works f 4' I
like this: if you see an Honor Code violation, you (
are not to "sneak" up to the Honor Court and report
what you saw. Rather, you are to directly go up to
the violator and report to that person what you have
seen. The person then has twenty-four hours to i;
voluntarily turn HIMSELF in to the Honor Court.
The Court takes full notice of his action in assessing f:(
the penalty. Only if he fails to act within 24 hours
after you have notified him should you report what I!
you saw to the Court. Then, the procedure is the
same: the student may maintain his Innocence and ::
.. plead not guilty. Or, a thorough investigation may
result in the charges being dropped for lack of :
I. evidence. Or, the student may then plead guilty I:
:: In the face of substantial evidence -- which will kI
likely mean a heavier penalty then if he had directly t. I
.,: come to the Court in the first place, after you had ::'
spoken with him.
;: Panacea for the ills of the Honor System? No --
but, it is hoped, a vehicle for Increased cooperation. 6 b
: Certainly there are defects in this proposal. The y
i, student may talk you out of reporting him. He may s .
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threaten alone, if you.you fear Possible the possibility answer:of do reprisals.not notify First him, 1::;'; I don't know about you guys, but I'm going downtown for a haircut. These are

point out what you saw to a fellow student; have he .: marmosets, a South American monkey that frequently has twins, which intereststhe

., or she go with you. Let the student know that your ::1' university in connection with system and organ transplants. Unfortunatelv. I
act is not isolated but rather is supported by other .1;
students. Second, the same problem in effect exists no babies have been born.PRIMATE( LAB PHOTOS BY CAROLYN JOHNSTON)

under the present system. Witnesses can in any case ::ube
t . .'. ,.' ... '
intimidated. This is nothing new to American .fll .E :tr.q'f1 .ijF dW : .v.; ": :

Jurisprudence. A great deal of moral courage is
needed to testify in court, just as it is to report a Book sale reportStudent
::.;. violation of the law. .
In any event, the student may attempt to convinceyou method could even be used for the more serious .
Government's Student
that you were in fact honestly mistaken, and that violations. In discussions with several members :,.:
t the violation need not be reported. This in some of the Court, however, there appears to be strong Book Sale handled over $1200 in
cases is what happens under the present system after sentiment to continue the present system, along with ,: merchandise for the Spring trimester -
r a violation is reported. A student who reported the proposed change, to Insure enforcement of the ,> Checks were mailed last
t. a violation declines to testify because he Is "con- system by the student who thinks the violation is too .t week, along with notices of the
status of books not sold.
: vinced" he was wrong. A possible answer is to, serious to warrant waiting twenty-four hours of postponing .:':
within reason, ignore admonitions of mistake and action by the Court.
leave this to the trained staff of Honor Council and "Most people got about 25 per
Justices who make a thorough investigation of all cent more for their books throughthe
cases. If there has been an obvious mistake, the This, in rough form, is a basic outline of the pro- i: sale than they would have If
charges are dropped and all records are destroyed.This posed change in the Honor System. It may be submitted :i... they had sold them to one of the
avoids the "sneaky" aspect. The student must to the Student Body as a constitutional amend- ; book stores," said Drew Haslett,
respect you for doing what you feel is right. lie ment in the fall. It could even be put into effect .:::: secretary of student activities.
individually by a voluntary twenty-four hour wait
must further respect you for giving him an oppor-
': tunity to redeem himself and avoid a harsh penalty. without .a constitutional amendment. What do you "We were also able to sell a lot
:. It seems advisable to use both this suggested think? Do you have a,better idea, or do you think y of books that the stores weren't
) method of enforcement as well as the present method, the present system is adequate? even buying this year."
with the present method being used for more seri-
ous violations such as selling stolen examinations, The next article will discuss the method of penalization Students not returning to UF
stealing more valuable property, or participating in and how it can be changed to overcome the in the Fall may reclaim books not
the Walker Auditorium "Flying V" or other mass relactance to report violations, as well as Improvethe sold In Room 305 of the Florida
cheating. Discretion as to which method should be "rehabilitation" and educational value of the ;. Union today from 1-5 p.m. Other?
employed would be left to the student. The new entire Honor System. ; are asked to wait until the sale

in the first week in September to
.<" .mtB_ r. 1Jlmk.$ tit ;. ;Jkl li m, :}\ t! ;'12i; 'fi/ttW: \ tll ij\j m:iAtlfa! reclaim their books.

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