The Florida alligator
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028291/00180
 Material Information
Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
Page of record
Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: June 19, 1964
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
weekly[ former 1912-]
weekly (semiweekly june-aug.)[ former <1915-1917>]
biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
semiweekly[ former <1962>]
weekly[ former <1963>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000972808
oclc - 01410246
notis - AEU8328
lccn - sn 96027439
System ID: UF00028291:00180
 Related Items
Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

Full Text

Vol .56, No.149 University of FloridaGainesville FridayJune 19,1964 i

-. ." .. .
, 't.N ,

Kaleidoscope PlayersTo .

present Sandburg's


World Tuesday NightKaleidoscope

Players, three actors and a folksinger, will
present "The World of Carl Sandburg" Tuesday at 8:15 p.m.
In University Auditorium. Lyceum Council is sponsoring
the show.
Admission Is free for students, with tickets available at the
Hub Information booth from 1 to 4:30 p. m. daily during the
The players are Bill Fegan, Will Sandy, Lee Speich and
Robert Colson. According to their advance billing, they will
present "the best of the Pulitzer Prize-winner's verse,
published and unpublished; prose, including excerpts from the
monumental biography of Lincoln; and folksongs from his
American Songbag."
KALEIDOSCOPE PLAYERS is the idea of actor-producer
Dill Fegan. Five years In the booking and concert management \ ,
business showed the need for a small theatrical group to tour '
the states. Organized in 1959, this small band of players has I : t a yr''A
grown from a group of actors touring plays weekends in two
or three southeastern states to a full-time operation that has
now appeared in colleges and universities, as well as for
organized concert associations, in almost 40,\ states. A. '
BILL FEGAN, the founder-producer of the Players, has
had over 15 years experience with a variety of drama groups M!
Including professional stock, repertory and touring groups,
as well as college and community theatre. He is currently .... .
.. .. .. ..
tiI (
director of the Stillman College Thepians in addition to his BHMBV MBMB MV r
professional tours. He holds the M. A. degree In speech from 'Saucy Sorcery coming here June 26, will feature C. Shaw Smith (insert) and his

the University of Alabama and an undergraduate degree from family, above. Left to right are Mrs. Smith, Nancy, Mary Mig, Graham, Smith,
Juniata College in Pennsylvania. He has worked with the famed
Vagabond Players of Flat Rock, N. C. and with the Brookside Curtis, and Shaw, Jr.
Players in Pennsylvania. As an actor, he has appeared In
over 100 roles and is noted for his versatility.
WILL SANDY, leading actor with the Players, got his startIn
professional theatre as a "sword-bearer" in the touring Humorist-magician
production of "Othello" that starred Paul Robeson, Jose
Ferrer and Uta Hagen. He soon became much In demand as N
young leading man in stock and touring compaines all throughthe here June 26
New England circuit, as well as in Pennsylvania, North :., .. appeals
Carolina and Florida. He has had 17 seasons of stock playing
leading roles in every conceivable type of play. Several seasons .
ago he made a nationwide tour in"The Fourposter" and played "t',nA, The UF Fine Arts Committee
over 100 performances of that comedy. In recent years, Mr. will pres ntC.ShawSmithhumor-
Sandy has done stock in the midwest and toured extensivelywith ':r:1'w. ist and magician, and his wife students first, with the whole cam-
the Players. :', V, I. who will appear at the University pus -- faculty, married students,
LEE SPEICH, new leading actress with the Players, comesto r '. >\ ; Auditorium, June 26, 8:15 p.m. and total family groups --Included.
the touring group with a wealth of credits fron New York ," in "Saucy Sorcery." While in college (Davidson In
and stock. She has been seen in seven off-Broadway productions r:\\t: Joining the husband-wife team North Carolina) he helped defray
including the Players West productions of "Henry VIII" and this summer are the five young educational expenses with appearances -
"Captain Brassbound's Conversion." She has been in summer Smiths, each of whom has a special of various kinds. And
and winter stock companies in Michigan,New York,Connecticut, musical, magical and/or mirthful during World War II. known as King
Minnesota and Pennsylvania. Recently she completed an entire part in the proceedings. This is Colin (complete with beard), he
season in "Threepenny Opera" as Lucy. Another role for the fourth annual junket for the whole traveled over 125,000 miles, entertaining -
which Miss Speich has earned rave reviews is that of Mamein ::y family following a 1961 summer 2,000,000 service men
the comedy success, "Auntie Mame." She is known for her 'fir, ,,+0 tour of colleges and universities in the United States and twenty-
work in children's theatre as well. that took them into 20 states from seven different countries aroundthe
ROBERT COLSON, young folksinger who appears in the .. ; Carolina to the Grand Canyon and world. A.P. and U.P.newsmen
summer touring version of "The World of Carl Sandburg," I the last two summers treks called his unit "The troupe that
is the organizer of a popular collegiate ballad group, "The ;:,; throughout the Great Lakes region wouldn't come home."
Easterners." He is lead singer, arranger and guitarist for and into New England.
the group. This year's production shows With an M.A. in EnglishU.N.C.)
Director of the Players is Dr. Allen Bales who is well ." the talents of 15-year-old Shaw, and a keen Interest in drama and
known In national speech and drama circles throughout the ': Jr., 14-year-old Curtis,and Nancy, student life in general, he has long
country for solo performances in interpretive reading. Dr. -'," 11, Graham, 9, plus Mary Mir, been associated in the educationalfield.
Bales holds the PhD. degree from Northwestern Universityand 4 1/2. He has been a teacher of
Is Associate Professor of Speech in the area of oral "At each performance we vanishone English, general secretary of a
Interpretation and theatre at the University of Alabama. young Smith Into this air -- campus Y. M. C. A., a military
which is always more difficult school commandant of cadets, col-
than using thick air," claims lege union and placement directorand
6 Father Smith. coordinator of student activi-
In addition to using rabbits, ties, while maintaining his name
doves and the like, the Smiths and reputation as speaker,magi
.an ,:va 1. use the children to "ride a broom cian-humorist and master of ceremonies -
into space," vanish from a sus- mainly In Eastern U. S.
Vlta pended position In full view of the entertainment circles.
audience, appear ,from 'a doll's Besides the sevenSmiths,mem-
house which moments before was bers of the audience will be calledon
.r.r.a shown empty and "do the things to add to this special campus
I that it would be difficult for rab- fun "A little humor can do
Robert Co l bits to learn without formal schoolIng wonders In this time of tension,"
son, pcpular "
continues the father. says Smith. "It's a great gift
young folksingerappears "Frankly,we think the show is cute, today to be able to laugh with
in the Kaleidoscope I Players corny and friendly -- and Is quite other people and especially at
seriously designed for entertain ourselves."
tour of 'The World of ment. that the campus family can Shaw Smith still maintains that
Carl Sandburg. He will enjoy." his greatest magical feat was in

sing a number of selections Most of Smith's entertainment fooling his wife into marriage --
background has been to- and that she is still his "cutest
from Sandbu s 'AmericanSongbag. ward adults. This years trick." But the five young Smiths
.' of "Saucy Sorcery" is meant to are beginning at least share this
appeal to college and university spotlight.





Page 2 The Florida Alligator Friday, June 19,1964

4I + Rope'work underwayThe I

Players by Dr. R. Mason and designed
1963-64 Florida Mr. R. Jertt. by f'
k 1 : productions have shown a wide diversity -
4 of style and audience ap- One of the most important u.
this season pects of Player productions
: i peal. Visit that all the technical IS f
have Included "The worklnclud.f
2 "Charley's Aunt," "House of Ber- Ing set construction and de cora. r
tlon, lighting, sound
narda Alba," "Great God Brown, makeup, and ,
: and Smoke." In costumes is all done by students
: and "Summer
: :
; Theatre oi- Students who prepare the
v q/ addition, Laboratory stagefor
ferings have included "Trial by opening night are given a tremen.

a Jury," a Comedia del Arte sce- dous opportunity to learn technical \
nario, and mime "For One Player. skills, theatre aesthetics, and to
." enjoy the distinctive pleasure of

r r'..t5ira seeing their craft thrill audiences .

In keeping with this tradition of I
;4 offering a wide variety of theatrical Technical theatre work has just

"._ 'I' experience, Norman Hall audi- begun on "Rope." Students will
ences will have the opportunity to be building and lighting a full i box

see a genre of play that has not set, and constructing 1920 costumes -
been done by Players for the last for the next three weeks
< The play All students are invited to
four or five years. come
: Patrick Hamilton's, "Rope" is a and Join the stage crews as they
: t murder mystery based on the assemble the scene of the murder,

>'!3 t. ) Loeb-Leopold thrill killing. a studio apartment in London.stage
crews work in Norman Hall each
Florida Players productions are evening and the costume crew
financed by Student Governmentfunds works In the Florida Players Barn
and are professionally directed -
\ and designed by membersof Florida Players extend special
the theatre staff from the Speech invitation to teachers interested

Department. The July 15-18 production crew work who will be here for

I of "Rope" will be directed the in B session only. I

4-vi++, .rye f 'w'X""iY96k

-"'" .' ", Go All The Way by Air

a Ask About Our Student Discount Plan
... ; '' '''' '''''' @
-I'g'_ ;"
"4J'I'-II"I._ .,.'l.Jt;:: ff
: I .' ', ) '\' """"' Fly South CentralTO

....... f. _
:. ... .. .." "q' ...:.............................' ..... ..........d..d=.............::. ,i iire Atlanta JACKSONVILLE, Chicago, New FOR York CONNECTIONS, Washington and TO

: -
.: ,, 'f, :: all points. .
'L a .
,,', I,: '\"., 'J,; f.;,;', .,' ..

Departures for Jacksonville 7:35 am 2:40: pm
Florida Players scenery crew readies the set for their next production, 'Rope.1
Return flights to Gainesville 12:30 4:30
Working on the set are (I. to r.) Jo Schatz, a graduate assistant in the theater pm

department; Lea Gramling! ; and Val Neumark. Charter Service \ \ Air Freight
Call for Reservations:

(PHOTOGRAPH BY CAROLYN JOHNSTON) rR6-8437 (Airport) FR6-4641 downtown)


YIII1Y Dna zig-zag sewing machine 110'50'
r KVJN '
Friday, SaturdayMonday
now low. low priced. y

$ p.rtdl. c.rryi.l.cl.d.dS c...

.... .... ,
$ hw t ';'
? ."" 14erI. -.,..M'f :,

Nor hrttt, _... .11.4 ,.:' r"
''''I4iI''' .
......<... y
.ws.vtr ,...
'DMs ..p.r. cI.-w.rk
MwUf _,.. flit*

Ywl ohr.-...IM'IM'M... .. *I MW wlMitt e1.tlM N.w....... ;";fZIr: 16tw. O\lE v.
A\\M St0.w
CM...mf..1br...w...ttAm.. wWW Ihn.d A1f1fL3 +" '
/Jn pfd cut--"oN
..... ... 11M g
CLEAN ALL THOSE WINTER CLOTHES and put them ..dlwdd... Itw.1 d..r w.....:.-k..= ;;r1kln'OI+CS6t.w.ww. 1uM0lrp y. \ RlM t.U ;
... NO /M'i eoL
? 9 Ibs. of $1.50. _TIwoIo.. e.11 ACIY: lACir'N1 O SEW C111 V1 1 15r
dry cleaning only .1d a
away f-1'!
--+-.......4..-.. f/ /JIIN(;srI CH- DECORA ORDES U
Y- ., .., lor -w w '

conditioned lounge, ample free parking attendanton S1RAI6HT TSfTCHIN6CREATIVEU( 8 QDE( '

EI Ju. THIS PVl JI.t \'
duty. to 9. T'H1J',7.I :

*. dlte_o cams to manlpiilatt .

SAVE MONEY? 50 Ibs. dryers, 10 and 20 lb. washers H.It..t..i..tK......eperatt.w....1! One.f Supple w.oIlI.mll control_I kwr h,..01(1".. .ll. jay Of' dw kwr and pw CIA pew .' :,,'"

and 9 lb. dry cleaners. EVERY 10th WASH LOAD IS (...., L 1. .. LL L
r- i.l ,
FREE I Ask the attendant. I. In jit-L I I {
-,-- .; -, Jr-, .

1. 1. 1. 1. .. _
( .. '"" '" '" '::II!'

In I -r<' .\" "
Next Door to Carmanella's in the Colonial Plaza r. .. .,., f:r ;.r'Y 11
--- ...,..' .........
---- ". .., ... ..
1 .,.,. ....,'r.3'. .... ........, f,
L.:. o:;.::... ::\.. .. -

:' lOIN KLEEN WHITE CONSOLEhandsome walnut United Sewing Center

or mahogany finished
\ Coin Operated Dry Cleaning & Laundry West
Univ. Ave.
704 W. Univ. Ave., across from Buchholx Jr. High ca b."l .

$21.00 Call 372-7680! for free home demonstrationc


.- --

_,. 1

Friday June 19, 1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3

Jy 'gator'V-. sailors. w

I? V a !, 4a
tied by Ft Z

it as. ,
is is
icluj.corj.. f
tents 'r'f i qN
Af -
?men.flea e for. t I ,

I f f ,, 'M
"d to a
re ofnces

S just i ie" 7
f ar sMh.
> will
(II box --
cos. Kathy Brown, also of the Gator Sailing Club, seems to be asking,

eeks 'Let's see, is that a sail, or a jib, or a canvas, or a .?

come they -;- _.d. r

rder, 1E It/ar'i t a
;tage r + I
crew each .,.\, -Y \ ..,.. ."
.."-' "
'arn, ,., ''
''' ..
: '
-cialedln "
t ./, ;. ," ..

tEi# rt. 1w



-I< r 11-
Dave Fagan and Betty Jean Constable of the Gator Sailing Club find a cool way to -

r spend the day, as they sail a Flying Junior at the St. Pete-sburg: Regatta. L. to R., Kathy Brown, Krysia Small and Sandy Rhodes I
listen intently as Roger Straub explains the fine art of

McCOLLUM I RWEST ill' Our Most Sensational Portrait Offer!


Monday, June 22 thru Saturday, June 27 .



,"',, ;f',.

SALEWE ?(% J '. "J A.' t






Finished In beautiful genuine oil tints
by professional artist.Delicately applied
oils, so pleasing for chlldrens portraits,
to match your chllds hair eyes, and com 99
plexion. Clothing excluded. A complete
LAST selection of proofs to choose from.
PLUS SOt for handling wr.ppine.ln.urance

Limit: 1 per child 2 per family, age 5 weeksto
12 years old. Children group pictures taken at
99$ per child. No appointment necessary.
,,.: .. ,...,
FRIDAY SATURDAY & SUNDAY Sec ( c ""' or your momty kmckl






4 The Florida Alligator FridayJune 19,1964

"Are you sure we're not moving
LETTER: too fast on this thing ?"
C-- .:. +$

Don't drown King RamsesEDITOR
G rA1Y

In reference: to Mr. Preston Whitfield's letter of k1

June 12, concerning the ancient temples of Egypt
which will be drowned by the rising water of Aswan _
High Dam, I would like very heartily to express my
deep appreciation and support to his idea of organ-
izing a campaign among university students for raising
funds to support saving these valuable relics.In .
the mean time, I would like to point out some
of the facts about the saving projects.It .
was in 1960 when the first stage of the dam was
started, that President Nasser of the U.A.R. Issueda
statement to all governments and people of the
world to help save this part of the human heritage
from drowning, pointing out that the U.A.R.ready to
do the best it can to save the ancient temples. The
response was very great.
Very shortly after, missions from many countries
arrived in Egypt to start planning for the project and
to search for whatever has not been discovered. -
These missions, which are still working till now,
represent Cairo University, University of Chicago,
University of Pennsylvania, and other institutionsfrom -
Canada, Egypt, Italy, Austria, Spain, England, 5 5JAZZ
Poland, France, Holland, Germany, Russia and the w
United Nations.
The temples to be saved are either engraved in the
mountain rocks or built of large granite blocks;all are Editor's note: An editorial cartoon Is supposed to represent the views of the newspu jr. This
rich in beautiful, colorful, engraved writings which one, opposed to my recent editorials, does not. It Is kind of funny though, Isn't It? You're fired,
are a recorded history of an Important era in the Addis.
human history. These temples will be sawed into
blocks, then transferred to a higher elevation or new
sites to be reassembled. The Germans have already :
completed relocation of Kalabsha temple. The French
mission Is working on Amda temple, whose blocks Jazz Panorama' available cheapby
will be hauled to the new site by aeroplanes.The .
most beautiful and marvelous of all is Abo-
Simbel temple on which saving work has'started only Panorama" should be on your bookshelf. -
this year. It is a rock temple engraved in the mountainwith CHARLIE BUSH I
several huge statues of King Ramses II and *. *. *. *. *. f
his wife. It is rich also in beautiful paintings and Jelly Roll Martin, Bix Beiderbecke, Miles Davis
writings.To and Ornette Coleman are only four of the more than Dear Mr. "Name Withheld,"
save this temple only, $10 million are needed.A 30 jazzmen whose lives and work you can read aboutin My personal thanks go to you for your excellent
huge wall will be built around it to block the river's "Jazz Panorama" edited by jazz critic Martin T. letter criticizing my column. '(It's nice to know that
rising water. This wall will reach a height of 444 Williams someone besides mother reads my column.) Jazz,like
feet by 1966 and will be 1,313 feet long. Sawing and "Jazz Panorama" was first published in 1962 in an all the fine arts, thrives upon free discussion and
transferring of this temple will take two years, while expensive hardback edition. Now at long last It has debate. All letters will be sincerely appreciated.
reassembly work will take another two years. New been published as a $1.50 Collier Paperback, thus However, in my opinion Cecil Taylor lacks the"good
roads, housing facilities, hospitals and other facilities enabling budget-minded students and professors to taste" so prevalent in the music of Herbie Hancock.
are needed for workers and engineers workingon purchase it In large quantities. (Oh, happy day!) You said in your letter that In a Lincoln Center per-
the project. The book is loaded with choice tidbits like this formance on New Year's Eve". .Taylor's group
This is just an example of the saving operation one: "Our show closed for a week, and there wasa played one song, lasting 59 minutes. It was incredible,
while there are more than twelve other temples waitingto woman I'd met in Louisville who tried to shanghaime. absolutely incredible. "
be saved. She owned seven buffet flats (bawdy houses), I agree, Mr. "Name Withheld," 59 minutes on one
I urge the school of Arts and Sciences, the Student and had been giving me two to three hundred dollarsa song is incredible! After suffering through 30 minutes
Government, the Board of International Activities, and day. When the show closed she put a razor to my of Taylor's atonal rock n' roll someone should have
all university clubs and groups to organize a fund throat and said, 'You're going with me.' So for four had the courage to stick a piano leg in Mr. Taylor'sear
raising campaign among students, staff membersand days I stayed. One morning while she was making and then had Al Hirt and Jimmy Rushing Jump up
possibly the citizens of Gainesville to support eggs In tho kitchen, I ran fifteen blocks to the railroad and down on top of the piano. .(Heel! Heel Ha! Ha!
saving one of the human oldest heritages.If station. I'd had my bag packed in preparation, and Ho! Ho!)
we succeed in carrying out such program, the ran with my clarinet case under one arm and my All kidding aside now, write me again name of the University of Florida will be engraved on suitcase under the other. I hid in the men's toilet "Name Withheld." But next time gird up your courage
a big monument with other International institutions and told tha porter, 'If you see a big woman, you and sign your name, you blackguard!
who took part in this humanistic project. didn't see me'." (Ah! Sweet romancer!)
Those of you with a Ph. D. in musicology will be . .
Mohamed A. Ismail, 7AG happy to know that "Jazz Panorama" has a numberof
excellent chapters devoted to analyses of various Tonight at eight on WUFT-TV, channel 5, see the
1 The FloridaALLIGATOR jazz styles. (Fortunately for the rest of us such conclusion of the three part series "Anatomy of a
chapters are few.) Hit" produced by jazz critic Ralph Gleason. The
Reading about the lives- of famous jazzmen can be program will feature Vince Guaraldi playing his new
almost as exciting as listening to their music. "Jazz recording "Treat Street."

Editor. . . . . . . John Askins 'Big cheats' and 'little cheats' bad conceptEDITOR I

Executive Editors : big cheats," "medium cheats" on them by the university. It
Jim Hammock Benny Cason Inasmuch as the present "little cheats." This peculiar should be the purpose of the honor
Asa jciate Editors system" has been a renders the honor sys- system to prepare a responsibleand
Bob Thomas Ed Barber since Its conception, it is not ineffective for It gives those honorable citizen, a citizen
Jim Castello Ernie Lltz prising that there is gross observe cheating an excellent who is fully cognizant of the per-
Pat Hogan Eunice Tall understanding among the to not report the sonal as well as social degrada-
Beth as to its proper execution. particularly In tion In
Kraselsky Nancy Brachey view advancement by deception.
thermore the Honor Court are'r some of the banal interpreta-

Sports Editor. . . . . . Martin Edwards placed Itself in the by the Chancellor of the Punitive correction according to
position of discerning the Court published In The Al- the means of dishonor only encourages -
Staff Writers of cheating or to use a time shade of honor such that
John Hancock, Phil Geyer, Don Federman, Robin Lundwall, cliche, "fitting" the It is tragic to think that the uni- the University of Florida will grad-
Mary Ann .Hansen, Rivi Goldberg, Vernon Swartsel, Uz the crime. must stoop to the level of uate nothing but petty cheats and
Brewer, Charlie Bush, Jim Carleto, Joe Kollin,Anne Richards.Bob This premise Is school students, rather than white liars.
Wise and Tom Gtb.'oney.Receptionist. : from the standpoint that there the studentry to rise to
degrees of honor, that there higher code of ethics Imposed David C. Heberlein

....... . . . .Marsha G. Brown
U) Hey, Lionel I Wanna
PRODUCTION CREW C share my soda?

Don Addis, Nelson Meyer, Sam Shaya, Ernie Lltz, Dave 3 v .
Piche Jim Neff, and Darlene Pierce. ,
\ a rl
The Florida Alligator/ the of/lcUl student newspaper of the -t
University of Florida and Is published five times weekly!
except during the n.ouths: cf ;May: June and lily, ten it Is
published semi-weekly. The Florida Alligator is entered as
second-class nutter at the United States Post Office at Don AddisPoge

Gainesville, Florida.

I --. -.-- '" .---.-----.

", .

ImHilll m j mruw !limn!! r I 11111// 111II FridayJune 19,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 5 .

Winner goes to Nassau"Prizes Freeman too speak at DARE I IU.

S. Secretary of Agriculture mulate an action program that will the Holiday Inn In Gainesville,
Orville Freeman will speak at the enable Florida to realize its full featured speaker will be Assistant
final Operation DARE Conferenceto potential for agricultural develop- Secretary of Agriculture Nyle C.
in the annual Homecoming Slogan contest be held on campus June 22-23, ment." Brady, who Is In charge of Scienceand
will represent the biggest array ever," said Bill according to Dr. E, T. York, Jr., Final details for Freeman's visit Education for the U. S. Department -
Ryals, Promotion and Publicity Director for 1964 provost for agriculture. have not yet been announced. Free- of Agriculture.The .

Homecoming.First Operation DARE Is a "com- man will speak at a luncheon where conference will open at 1:15

prehensive analysis" of Florida's he will be introduced by Dr. York. p.m. on Monday with a welcomeby
place winner will receive a four-day trip agriculture, its problems and potentials UF President J. Wayne Reitz will UF Vice-President Harry N.
to Nassau aboard the S. S. Florida, a weekend for for further growth. Eight serve as toastmaster.The Phllpott College of AgricultureDean
two at Holiday Inn, $50 in gift certificates from conferences have been held cov- cabinet member's address Marvin A. Brooker will pre-
Gainesville merchants and two tickets to the Home- ering every area of agricultural will climax a two-day slate of side over this session.
coming football game. significance In Florida. prominent state and national agricultural Speakers on the afternoon pro-
The final session will Involve a leaders. Among these gram Include York; Dr. M. O.Wat-
summary of all previous confer- will be Doyle Conner, Florida Com- kins, director of the Florida Agricultural -
Second prize is a three day vacation at the Jack ences and look to the formulationof missioner of Agriculture. Extension Service; Dr.J. .
Tar Grand Bahama Hotel, $50 In gift certificatesand a program to fully realize the At a dinner meeting, to be heldat R. Beckenbach, director of the
two tickets to the game. state's agricultural potential.Top 7 p.m., Monday, June 22, at Florida Agricultural Experiment
state leaders from every Stations; and Dr. John Gray, director -
area of agriculture and agricul- of the School of Forestry.
\ A Zenith stereo portable radio and $25 in
tural related businesses will joinin Speakers for the Tuesday morn-
tificates is the third prize.
this conference to aid in the Ing conference, will be Brooker;
Fourth prize is $100 In gift certificates from
Gainesville formulation of this action program. Arts W. if. Anderson, Jr., assistant
merchants. group
J' Based on their decisions, DARE general manager, Florida Fruit
:: will move into every county in the and Vegetable Assn.;W.M. Fifield,
'Gainesville merchants have been most generous," state for the continuance and Implementation secretary-manager of the Florida
,! said Ryals. The final date for accepting entries has of this action pro- shows craftsThe Agricultural Research Institute;

'i: been extended until July 15, and many entries have gram.In Francis D. Branan, president of

,;- already been turned In according to Ryals. accepting York's invitation, the Florida Agricultural Council;
> Freeman said, "I congratulate you Fine Arts Committee of the Buren E.Brice,secretary, Florida
'\ and the leaders who are partici- Union Board for Student Activitiesis Board of Forestry; Floyd B. Bowen -

pating in Operation DARE. You sponsoring an exhibit by Mrs. president, Florida State
klr8 rf UMMemmMa< have a unique opportunity to for- Kay M. Welborn in the North Wing Chamber of Commerce; and Frank
Gallery of the Florida Union during Holland, Agricultural Insdustrlal
the month of June. Consultant.
75 use Ford fundsassists

Mrs. Welborn, aGalnesville I
More than $200,000 of Ford completed two years of college in research. By the third resident and Director of the Union 'Yogi' EntertainmentFor

Foundation money rests in the work with an over-all grade point trimester he is receiving aid from Craft Shop, has assembled a variety -
hands of the UF for the assistanceof average of at least 3.0; have an graduate school fellowship funds. of handcrafted items for this Alla
students working on their M. average score of 500 or better on He is expected to get the degreeat show. Included are wall-hangings
A.'s. Dr. Robert Bryan, assistant both aptitude sections of the Gradu- the end of this term.It of both cloth and plastic, sand
I paid biased reviewReallz.ing
dean of the graduate school, said ate Record Examinations;and haveat isn't anticipated that a student sculptures, stoneware, glass, and
that at present about 75 UF stu- least one academic year of work will go for his doctorate, and no jewelry.Mrs. .
that a review of HEY
dents are using the money. remaining before completion his funds are available from Ford for
B. A. this study. Welborn is a recent past
never materialize and feeling a
One of about 30 universities in Other colleges participating Include president for two years of the
Selected sense of duty to Inform those who
the U. S. to receive the funds, the students are admittedto Iowa, Wisconsin, The Uni- Florida Craftsmen, Inc. She is
UF has had the program in opera- the program in their junior versity of Kansas, Ohio State and also a member of the GainesvilleFine may shrug off such potent enter-
tion since the fall of 1961, and has year. They follow a carefully Stetson. According to Bryan, there Arts Association and the tainment; we are by virtue of pay-
planned program for the rest of ment submitting to you reviews or
funds for five more years. Student are some private universities tak- American Craftsmen's Council.
better said 'opinions' of
qualification is based on superior their undergraduate work. No ing part, but most are public. He She received her undergraduate
academic achievement, ability, money Is given,however,until they added that the colleges qualify according degrees from the University of two of the leading trade magazineswho
are known to call a spadea
personality, and promise as a enter graduate school. to their need and ability Pittsburgh and UF, and graduate
spade when referring the mar-
teacher or researcher. Likely During the first of three pro- to carry out the program. degrees from UF. ket
value of todays screen offer '"
freshmen are invited for Inter- jected trimester's work on the

views with Bryan and his staff, master's students receive Ford ings.MOTION PICTURE HERALD 6-
but those interested and qualifiedcan Foundation Fellowships of $200
10-64 "Hanna-Barbera's first feature -
apply for the grant to Bryan, per month. The student becomesan 1 length cartoon comes well
Room 235, Tigert Hall. This assistant to a professor duringhis recommended to theatre audiences
should be done by the second half second trimester. This takes through the succession of fine car-

of the sophomore year. one-third of his time,during whichhe toon shorts (TOM & JERRY) that
To qualify, a student must have grades tests, teaches labs, or have delighted young and old In

t recent years. ." In color and

with catchy tunes, this story of
Midnight Star Evening Star Vogue the misadventures of Yogi and

friends, will delight the eye and

See What's <|&eJb New in please the car of the family au-
dience. "The series of humorous -
and perilous adventures
which befall Yogi and friends will

The Browse Shop captivate end entertain audiences
regardless of age. ,
.ed. Bernard BOXOFFICE 8-1-64 "Yogi
Bear's 200 million worldwide
Berelson I
viewers, per week, are going to

RETURN OF HYMAN KAPLAN .Leo Rosten Angel's Wing Tangisrs Astral have a ball enjoying Hanna & Bar-
Barbera's first full length ani-
A STUDY IN mated feature .from delightfully

WHEN PROPHECY FAILS. Festinger, Riecken & Whichis moving characters Yogi, Cindy
Schachter Bear and Boo Boo. The transition -
of the inimitable Yogi from
UPINSHADS .ed. Swami Nikhilananda the small TV home screen to the

ATOMIC SPECTRA & ATOMIC STRUCTURE I your immense theatre-size character
has added to the piquant bravado
.Gerhard HerzbergLIE I of the bear. ."he delights the

DOWN I IN DARKNESS .William Styron favorite ? kids and, like Disney's characters,
I has plenty left over for the adults.

Yogi Isn't a mushy, sweet-candy
TECHNICAL & REFERENCE character; he has the brash approach -

typical of the city-grown
CHEMISTRY rtcarved\ sophisticated youngsters who live
PREPARATIVE METHODS OF POLYMER A In the radiotelevisionJetagespeededup -

Sorenson culture of 1964. He

llystone Nat. Park, makes love
ENGINEERING .Nagiev In Venice, and Is romanced by

MATRIX THEORY FOR PHYSICISTS .Heading Cindy Bear, and dos It with loveable -

There simplicity.It Is,"either you buy It

BROWSE SHOP Kthnrodft or not. Producer's Inner motive:

@ Make money! How? By entertaining "

& Bookstore .
Campus Shop MM/Ie' alO4UIcalW


-- -....."", ._""" >....'''---. "1.1Il. t'' '"" miY ____ -""' -"

The Florida' Alligator


__ _. ___ i ij
-" -- -
---<- -

j Services .J I Services ] I SituationsWANTED I Dor SaleAIR I For-- Male RentWANTED roommate III-B.I I I

RUBY has moved to Gaines Will care for pre-school child Exec. Secretary or CONDITIONER, Marquette all New CCB Air-conditioned efficiency .

ville. ALTERATIONS of all kinds- In my home five days per week. Adm. Asst. Post, preferably Sep- season weather; 8,000 BTU; oper- apartment. Stop and see at

across street from administration Fenced-ln yard,playmates.6-4011. tember 1, by experienced campus ates on 110 volts power; excellentfor 1824 N. W. 4th Ave., Apt. D. John
building at 1238 S. W. 3rd Ave. (M-148-2t-c). secretary. Address Box, Florida large bedroom or small apart- Meade. (B-149-2t-c).
Phone 6-8506. (M-145-F-c). Alligator, for Interview. (F-148- ment. See at 117 S. W. 12th Street,
Students and staff ARE
faculty, --
8t-c). Apt. 1, Marilyn Boyd. (A-149-lt-c). Furnished room in private home
Learn a great game. Expert with or without kitchen privileges
tennis Instruction. Equipment provided PARKING PLACE? Reserve your Student or bulsness girl preferred.FR .
home 10'x
1963 Van Dyke mobile ,
Tel. 3767430. (M-149- spot only $5.00 per month on the [ Help WantedStudent I 50', air-conditioned. Phone 376- 2-1431 from 8-5; FR 2-3770
2t-c). SAE corner lot. For informationstop
7429. Located at Pinehurst Park, after 5. (B-148-3t-c).
by anytime at Gainesville
JAPANESE FLOWER ARRANGE- Miniature Raceway located upstairs to give French lessons to Lott 22. (A-149-3t-c). AIR-CONDITIONED efficiency

MENTS, Sogetsu School, taughtby In the old PI Kappa Phi 6th grader. Call 376-8932. (E- apartments for m-B term, Suit-

top-qualified Instructress for house. (M-148-5t-c). _149-2t-c. ). FURNITURE -- purchased last able for 2 or 3 people, $70 per
the first time In Florida from Sept. Student and family moving.
Librarian and Arts & Crafts Instructor month at 1829 N. W. 2nd Ave.
Tokyo. Courses leading to license Very cheap! 2 dressers (1 child's,
at the Boy's Club, 20 Suitable for 3 or 4 people at
Call FR 6-0896, Mrs. I L Real Estate .1 hours per week. Call Charley other double); small desk, book- 1518 N. W. 4th Ave., $100 per ,
Sonu. (M-147-5t-c). case full-size foam-rubber mat-
Dobbs, FR 2-5341. (E-145-tf-c). ; month. Call FR 6-4353 after \
tresses and springs; b a ham a six. (B-142-tf-c). 1
2 BR 2 bath furnished home
on Part-time secretary for September. lounge; corner end-table; lamps;
forced to move. Now located at Lake Cowpens. 35 minutes from Typing and shorthand necessary work table; plastic scoop chairs, I
232 S. E. 1st St., west of Old
University. $12,500 with terms. Hours to be
376-8342. A-
arranged. etc. Telephone: (
furnished motel type,ground floor,
Post Office Free estimates.
Call 372-7658 for
appointment. Call Hlllel Foundation for Inter- 149-lt-c).
Tubes checked Free. Phone 372- refrigerators. Two blocks from
view, 1 thru 5 Monday thru Fri-
7326. We invite all our old friendsto air-conditioned library, near most
day. FR 2-2900. (E-147-31-C). SEWING MACHINES -Singer Port-
come and see us. (M-144-9t-c). Law Professor selling spacious colleges and all practical requirements -
3 bedroom home, Study,1-1/2 bath, WANTED -Studenthelp 11:30a.m.- able Round Bobbin, guaranteed, Summer rates. Furnished
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A DIF- attic fan, built in drawers, vanityand 2:00 p.m. or 4:30: 8:00 p.m. $29.95. White Zlg-Zag, like new; duplexes. 6-6494. (B-147-8t-c).
FERENT KIND OF ENTERTAIN- monograms, buttonholes, sews on
much storage. $80 per month Apply at Long's Cafeteria, 313
MENT? The Gainesville Minia- buttons darns and mends. No
many extras,negotiate equity. FR- W. University Ave. (E-149-tf-c). Comfortable rooms, doubles and
ture Raceway offers Just that! 6-2775. 1062 N. E. 14th Ave. (I- attachments needed. Only $52.00 singles, maid service. 115 N. W.
All the fun of real racing but at Call 372-7680. 611 W. University
I34-tf-c). 10th St. Call FR 2-9222 after 5.
a price you can afford. We're Ave. (A-149-tf-c).
3 BR 1 1/2 bath, CCB home Autos (B-147-4t-c).
open all day and all night and it ;
never costs a thing to come and electric range and refrigerator, LET'S TALK TERMS. 55x10 Nashua -
Efficiency apartments for rent.
watch. Big races every Wednesdayand screened porch,patio,fenced yard, '62 Volkswagen in good condition Expando Mobile Home com-
$50 month. 481-2380. B-
per (
Saturday nights. We're located dead-end street near elementaryand $150 and assume payments of plete with study, 2 bedrooms, TV 147-5t-c).
upstairs in the old PI Kap- junior high schools. Take up $44.84 per month. FR 63512. antenna. A/C and other extras.

pa Phi house at the corner of GI payments $75 per mo. Call (G-149-tf-c). See at Lot #1, Hickory Hill Park,
13th St. and University Ave. (M- after 5:30. FR 2-0947. (1-147- 2720 S. W. Archer Road. (A-
148-5t-c). 5t-c). Chevy 1953. 2-dcor,..std,shift, 143-tf-c).
p, R & n, wo* tag, excellent trans Alligator Advertising:

portation. Going cheap. Owner 8' x 43' Hick's Trailer with 11'x Ext. 2832
Walt leaving U. S. A. Call Adi Con- 30' cabana. Air conditioned. University
Disney tractor, FR 6-3605 between 8-9
prtttnltr Fenced yard. Archer Road Vil-
a.m. or 5 6 p.m. (G-149-lt-p). lage. Thomas G. Stewart. FR

LliomasnaTECHNICOLOR' 6-7317. (A-147-6t-c). PA1RONIZEGATOR:
HEELS put on in S minutes

i SOLES.....put....... on in 15 minutes-
'- ] WantedRide 'f


.. : (across from 1st national bankE or riders to Palatka for Mon.,

Tues., Wed., 8:15 a.m. class at
Junior College. Phone 2-3748.


p 3 SMASH HITS I ISSBSS WANTED Male roommate to
share apartment. Phone 2-3748
2400 WowMorne Road Rt.20 Horn FR '-sOt t = =SH evenings. (C-148-3t-c).

open 7; show 7:45 ADDED SPECIAL! \

all 3 late as 9:45 KARTOON KAPERS Faculty couple seeking 2 or 3 bedroom -

l\, 7:45 HI l 8:00 pm furnished house for 1 year THEY'RE A
starting end of July. Call FR

ft "Is It Hock?. 23140. (C-148-3t-p). GOOD GROUP

V1 Cf'.3'9.: "YOGI" shown first & last I

He's the joy of the jet-set,the hero !

IT'S YOGI of the hipsters| ,the sweetheart "I do too" r I
or the IIOIh st cates.So take a t pHOLLYWOOD'S Federman"I Mgr

and stop hibernating!Come see Don ___ .
NEWEST the fresh,fabulous!, o.ng-f lledSTARIN ;S / NI OFTNIMOST.MVMIS

HIS FIRSTFULLLENGTH motion picture that'll entertainment ..NS01mlr MOVIIC IM A WI'VINAB

FILM for everyone! OOh/4NTIYl1.-. ': ,AlII!!!!!: .Nrr ONO_TIMI.
::!. .

FIRST. AREA RUN,. Everyone thinks the woM of Henry Orient I Ias I

.. ,..: :.i':..,
Columbia Pictures presents A HANNA-BARBERA production :
as a piano
a lover as a piano
W he's he's playing lover..,. ;
a great player a :{:;.
.I playerl! loverl) nobody'sperfectl .
piano great.. perfect
... flop! ,
1 .2
t o. pM1B o1.r t : 1

I Starring ....I..rou/ the Sag hu..n" !-ilia+t S : f : .:::. :

WIth hepponoa' J: '<. '.... I
YOGI BEAR btwh..ww. J. .,..'" : I
& *,WARREN FOSTER*.WUIAM HANNA "" ._v'twr f .... j I It
e' t :--. }
N*" ..., .
M....,DON UESSICX.t.IOMI 4 BOO.BOO*RANGER SMITH. a**....H urn b,RAY GILBERT .....r-..-......... ., ,. ...fl A l 1
.. 'fl"
.-. Asa: PETeesUr. !


I Steve McQueen James Gamer ELVIS PRESLEY Thru 1:002:55 Tues: TO WORD r

s THE GREAT ESCAPE KID GALLAHAD 9:00out 4:507:00 WW ORIENT /"r 6 Eo7I '

at 11:30 plus Road Runner cartoonpQge6
at 9:45 at 10:32
1 : .. -- T _.. _.._"_. .. .. I i 1 1I
..,. .....


-. -. -- -.

U .,llI

Cricket awardsAt Fridoy,June 19,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 7 ...

a dinner June 6, the UF Cricket Club made ''f\ ,
''':\' ,
the following awards: ;..i \
Captains prizes: J. King, J. Saluja; High Innings, ;; <
C. Deendayal. High Aggregates: D. Nayak, C.
Stratton; All-rounders: L. Collins, V. Morton; Bowlers j
: S. Etchells, S. Akbar, D. Whipp; Wicketkeeper:
J. Liggett; Fielders: T. Moore, S. Rosman.
The dinner marked the end of the "Blood" games.
There remains only the festival cricket, such as the
match to be played Saturday 20th. Each succeeding d h
weekend It is hoped that sufficient players or Intending -
players will come to the field where there
will be an opportunity for novices to practice under
match conditions.

Tom Moore, Florida All-America baseball man,
has rashly suggested "Give me a few more weeks
and we'll get an American team to have you on."
That sounds a tough proposition, but a wide American
support has been happily drawn upon these last few
weeks. Why not come along one Saturday and see if
a team can't be built up?


Cricket controversy reopenedEDITOR

: therefore put it about that this
style of bowling should not be UF Cricket team takes time out from rigorous play. Members are (I I. to r. 1st row)

It is.some thirty years since used "persistently." R. Neale, T. Moore, C. Stratton, V. Morton, and S. Akbar; second row, N. Mor-
Harold Larwood English fast This vesed word is the
bowler, touring Australia, struck of the controversy. Many cause cap- gan, S. Rosman, T. Shah, B. Whipp, and S. Garg; third row, J. Ligget, A. Con-

terror in batsmen's hearts by tains will argue that "persistently" tractcr, V. Likhyani J. Saluja, and S. Etchells; fourth row, J. Worthy, C. De-
bowling In the general direction means about once every ten
endayal L. Collins, J. King, and K. Deepak.
of the batter's body, causing Injudicious minutes. The offended side has
strokes, and even Injury to lodge formal notice to the opposing -
More recently, Keith Miller and captain, who then has a :: .:: i"I'.I'' :..,.J-II.: : .: II: i"Iii'! _
Ray Llndwall of Australia retali- quiet word with the bowler con-
ated by using deliveries which cerned.It '
reared sharply off the ground at is our painful duty to record
the batsman's head. that captain Saluja of the All- .
In cricket, the "bodyline," and comers side has adopted the word '1 O '
the "bumper," as they are re- "persistently" as meaning threeor t
sepctively called, are legitimate four deliveries per over of six Gator *1'-
weapons in the bowlers armoury.The balls, or, say, once every sixty
use of such deliveries is Intended seconds.We Advertisers '
to break the batsman's concentration in the British side have
There is no concessionmade always been taught that the marksof
to danger, but at Lord's, a good fast bowler should not c
the home of the cricket, it was be those found on the batsman's Shop2"Fl00'A
considered that the frequent use body, and while we do not actually
of this type of bowling would detract complain. ;
from the dignity of the game.
The Marylebone Cricket Club Cedric Stratton


I [ Murals tourney set II ;

The All-Campus Intramurals the summer, will be open to all 4. Golf -- Mixed Doubles.
Tournament for term B of this faculty, student and staff memberswho 5. Softball -- full team. with
summer trimester is about to are Interested. All are invited roster. _
swing into action, according to to participate.The Participation and Interest duringthe
Student Director Tom Delalno of sports to be played include: last term hit close to an all-
the Intramural Dept. 1. Tennis -- Mixed Doubles. time high according to Graduate
2. Handball -- Novice Doubles. assistant Ron Davis, who coordi- 7S'
The tournament,which this sum- 3. Handball -- Advanced Doub- nates much of the Intramural Pro-
mer is in two equal installments les. gram.
with two separate tourneys, will 7S'r
start in two weeks.

All those Interested in settingup

individual an entrant participant, or in must becomingan sub- "Those in the know"

mit their entries by Thursday,June! f
25, 1964 to the Intramural Department ALWAYS MEET AND EAT 3236.B .
Room 299 Florida Gym. & C,
All information, and entry blanks AT THE PARK LANE !II .
may be obtained there,or by calling
University extension 2889. SPECIAL PURCHASE
The tournament, as usual during I

We specialize in L Rooms

HIGH- and University To All Students Personnel 6Lt BRA

(Just Show 1.0. Card) ,

QUALITY t% Lunch-11:30 am.205 p.m. (EXCLUSIVELY WILSON'S)

Photofinishing Dinner-4:30 am.805 p.m. STRAPLESS or BANDEAUXORIG.

365 days a yeardpI.e 3.95 & 5.00 .
for your picture ......... ;:a I ;-

See us also for Q. SALE 2.,99NYLON ,

Roy N. Green Inc. from
PATENTED "FIBER-LIFTS" (Flexible Strands
Gainesville of Fiberglas) .
North Main
1118W. University Avet' 1212 'Discontinued Styles.

.. .:;;...;., J
SUPPLIES ..-, ." _..

I i

,. Page 8 The Florida Alligator Friday June 19, 1964 "

Peace Corps volunteers arrive at UF

The UF, as one of the two UF assistant phsychology professor elude psychologists and psychia- Specialists in the Portuguese The contract to train Peace
southern universities which have trists who will watch and evalu- language, in Latin America and Corps volunteers, Bartz said, was
Brazil, in geopolitics and the role offered to the UF as a result of
Peace Corps training programs, The Peace Corps is a person- ate the Peace Corps volunteers
welcomed 58 Peace Corps volun- to-person program," Bartz said, during their time at the UF. of the US In South America, will the excellent work done by UF
teers Wednesday. The volunteers, and this training program is designed Married couples, women and work at training the volunteersIn professors in Latin American pro-
who have been drawn from alloverthe to prepare these volunteers. men will all occupy seperate sec- those areas. grams conducted in Puerto Rico.
United States, are on campusfor They will live among the natives, tions of Mallory Hall, where they Upon reaching their assignmentsin
a ten week training period. eat the same food, sleep on the will be housed during their stay. Brazil, the men will serve as He said that the Peace Corps
The volunteers will live in Isolation same beds. They cannot expect "They will have all their meals agricultural extension workers, has drawn its contract with the
to learn and experience sit- special treatment because they separately, and only Portuguese while the women will work as home UF Center for Latin American
uations to prepare them for their are Americans or because they will be spoken in the dining area," economists.The Studies, which is under the direction -
two-year's assignment in Brazil, are used to a softer life." Bartz said. "Their work day will Peace Corps volunteers will of Dr. Lyle M.McAllister.The .
according to Dr. Wayne H. Bartz, The training program will in- begin with an hour of hard physi- be sent to many different areas
cal exercise before breakfast, because of Brazil, some very remote and
. Art exhibit of paintThe the life is physically hardIn sparsely populated. Here, they contract provides repaymentof
spans actual putting a
Brazil where these people will will seek to bring to the peoplethe expenses
be !going, and they must be able knowledge they will have learn- $150,000 limit on the training
Florida Union Fine Arts during the last hundred years: to stand up to it. ed at the UF. period.
Committee is currently sponsoringan Realism, Expressionism, Impres- I
"Their work week will Include
exhibit entitled "Backgroundsof sionism, and the more abstract
Modern Painting" in the Bryan approaches of the present day. 60 hours" of training and instruc- "Where Your Friends Are Every Night"
tion he their
continued, "plus
In the show reproductions -
Lounge of the Union. Included are
homework. We have it set up to
.. The show, circulated by the National of such reknowned art-
Gallery of Art, Washington, ists as Braque, Picasso, Lucat, run from Sunday" evening through JOIN THE WASH PARTY
Saturday night.
D. C., consist of twelve paintingsthat Matisse, Whistler, and Renoir. --
illustrate the trends in painting "-

Stokes places in 35

design contestJohn MAGNESIA SPRINGS Adjoining University Post Office

W. Stokes, a senior in advertising -
design at UF, has been
Enjoy the Excitement &
notified by the St. Regis Paper 0
Company, Chicago, Illinois,that he ;x,
is one of the prize winners In the .. o Economy of a Scooter

Design Fifth Annual Contest.Collegiate Packaging ;.,-.. .. -- -- --- so easy to manage. What an idea fora

Stokes placed fourth in the Con- -= -- .- ;. special date! Or a group party or a sightseeing *
tainer Division and will receive a trip!
$50 savings bond plus an Award
Medal. The departments of art
of the colleges! and universities '
represented by winning students
also receive cash gifts. These _- :5 ''I ,. FUN
gifts are presented in an effortto r
assist institutions throughoutthe

country In further advancing Call Reber 481-9210
studies in the field of graphic ON A SCOOTER

arts. 152-foot long SWIMMING POOL, supplied by a
Roy Craven, sponsoring pro-
fessor from the Department of Art, constant flow of fresh mineral water BUILT FOR TWOTAKE
announced that this year's contest
Included entries from all fifty Facilities Available For Private Parties

states and produced a record number FREE Picnic Areas .
of2,000entries submitted from

283 colleges, universities and 10 miles east of Gainesville; 1 1/2 miles off State YOURDATE
schools of art throughout the United TO
States. This is the fourth yearin Highway. 20; turn at Grove Park.
a row that advertising design WAUBURGNow
students have won honors in this
national contest. SPEED READING 1 f

Radio ClubThe
Gator Amateur Radio Club go anywhere at low cost. Visit those
will meet Monday In Room 525 In out of the.
the Engineering Building. SPEED READING way places so exciting to see. So

1 simple to run. Like riding a bike. And much

"No! Go oPDERyoaR 1 11 M OI O more comfortable, too. You can whisk alongup

c /ouBAt/A! to 40 miles per hour!

rt I v only one nominal charge

Gas and oil for a

AMERICAN whole day




.t Rrrs s Hour day week month

ck lsrORr I


FREE DELIVERY Can you read at 1,000 words per minute or better on NOWPhone

I"J Open 7 Days a Week.ALAN'S college-level material ? ((95% of our students can -

I CUIANA and we GUARANTEE to at least triple anyone's 376.7761STREIT'S

i reading speed with BETTER COMPREHENSION.)

< 6-1252 No homework; all drilling done in the classroom.For BICYCLE SHOP

l' next. to Seagle Building more information call 376-5005. 615 W. Univ. Ave.


i ,.