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1964 edition of UF Student big blow-out before finals," Mark-
Government Summer Frolics Is ham said.

set for Friday July 10th from 8 Tickets went on exclusive saleto

p.m. till 1 a.m.on the second floorof students at the entrance of the

the hub. main library and at the main entrance -

The whole affair has been plan- to the campus cafeteria yes-

ned and carried out with a relaxed terday and will continue through
summer atmosphere In mind. next Friday. Price of admissionis

__ w_ Dress for the evenings'festlvities $2 per couple, no stags allowed.

THE LEGENDS booked for Summer Frolics will be conservative casual wear, The last week before Frolics,July
meaning slacks, bermudas, and 6-10, ticket sales will be open to
IB BHBI BBBnB nHnBI BHnnMBBBBBHnni bnBBni M H HB MM M M w BM collared sports shirts for men, -- the public on a first-come, first-

skirts, blouses, slacks or bermu- served basis. Tentative plans call

Freeman das for women. for only 500 tickets to be sold.
urges support No one will be admitted wearing
shower shoes or short shorts.I, BmM : m t. _

Heading the list of entertainersIn
The Mayor's Council, Tuesday,
for the continuous five-hourshow r received a big no to its request
war on poverty'By Ace Cannon and his quintet out of : for County school buses to trans-
Atlanta. "Hi" label
Recording on ,
port children from the married
Cannon has had six hit recordsIn .
villages on campus to J. J. Finley
ED BARBER shared effectively with those whose that technology, science and mech- the past two years. Among them:' elementary School.

Associate Editor Income cannot provide an adequatediet. anization have had an even sharper are "Tuff," "Suwannee," and This was the second meeting between -
.or as the arbiter which effect on agriculture than automa- "Cottonfields.." The latter was his'I the Mayor's Council and the

Poverty can be eliminated in prevents unfair competition. tion has had on Industry. Fewer biggest hit almost reaching the : Alachua County School Board con-
this nation if communities respondwith "These are the real elementsof and fewer people on less land pro- million mark. With his wide diver- cerning bus service.

leadership President Johnsonhas the Federal government," he duce more and more food and fiber sity In style and presentation, Can- Floyd Price, chairman of the

called for, Secretary Agriculture continued. "They are services to each year." non has something In his reper- Mayor's Council which representsthe

Orville L. Freeman tolda people--to those like yourself, and Freeman focused his talk on one toire for everyone young or old. five married villages on cam-

DARE conference Tuesday on to those you yourself serve. I of what he called "The three A new young group out of Miami, .,: pus, and representatives of Fla-

campus. am proud to be part of that kind C's"--commodity programs, con- The Legends, will alternate with vet n and III presented their prob-

"Fifty or a hundred years ago, of structure, for without It I don't sumer programs and community Cannon. They have just cut their < lem at this meeting to the School
we could not talk seriously of think we could have come as far programs. The program which he first record for warner Bros., Transportation Committee. At an l

erat"eating poverty from this land as we have nor can we progressas stressed de alt with community scheduled for release later thi ., earlier meeting a delegation including -

of ours," Freeman said. "But far as we can hope." programs. The program whichhe month.A married students and wives

today we really can. All that we Pausing for a moment, Freeman stressed dealt with community fresh young folk-singing quar- ,: appeared before the entire school
need are the commitment and the then added forcefully, "This spirit programs, "vital to the full development tet from Georgia Tech, The Town board.

leadership that President Johnson of service--of partnership--has of opportunity In rural Criers, round out the bill.Formed Last year the children attended

has called for in every communityfrom enabled agriculture down through America. less than a year ago, the four 20- Stephen Foster Elementary School

coast to coast." the years to meet every challenge.It "Even If the prices of farm year-old juniors"have come a long

Freeman, former three-term Is exciting to say and realize products were what they ought to way In a big hurry," according

governor of Minnesota, was at the that we have conquered scarcity.We be--which they are not--and the to Frolics chairman Jess Mark- School board nixes!

UF to address the closing sessionof have opened the door to a'Great farmer were to have a parity of ham.The
DARE. Society'--and In doing so we have bargaining power In the market- Criers have recently signed?
Speaking at a luncheon given by placed before the leadership of Ing place--which he does not-- a record contract and will have! buses for

the Department of Agriculture, agriculture, in Florida as every- there would still be the deep seated a record out In the Fall. Some! campusand

Freeman challenged the many where, a greater challenge than we Ills ot rural poverty. of, their appearances Include The* ..

guests present, including' state have ever before known." "This being the case, It was determined Top-ofPeachtree In Atlanta and rode buses. But, due to the

legislators, UF officials, Peace Freeman went on to say that the as far bark as 1960 that the Southern Universities Student opening of two new elementary
Corps members and various ag- challenge he referred to was the the perspective of the Departmentof Government Associations conven- schools in September the children

riculturally-connected people. He challenge of abundance; and that it Agriculture--and, for that mat- tion In New Orleans In March. have been reassigned to Finley and

also charged "100,000 leaders of Is sometimes called "adjusting to ter, the other institutions and organizations "From the foregoing resumeIt the bus service discontinued.Price .

rural America and as many moreas changing conditions." associated with agri- can readily be seen that your Mayor of Corry Village,

can be recruited. .to organizeand "Agriculture Is changing so culture--needed to be broadened so Student Government has gone all reminded the committee that the

lead the war on poverty in the swiftly that even those who have that all of the community problemsof out in trying to make the 1964 children were transferred from

rural regions of this land." spent a lifetime studying the trendsof rural America. .wouldbe mat- Summer Frolics what It by rights Stephen Foster not at the requestof

Acting as toastmaster, UF rural America can't keep up ters of Intensive concern and attention should be, the high point of the the parents but by the decisionof

President J. Wayne Reitz intro- with what Is taking place," Free- .This effort we have Summer Trimester, and the last the School Board.

duced Dr. E. T. York, provost for man added. (TURN TO PAGE 3)) liams Price was told by W. E. Wil-
the department of agriculture,who "Far too few people recognize transportation committee
chairman that the board's
in turn presented Freeman as"our policywas
nation's No. 1 official in agricul- Carman speaks here Thursday not to provide bus service to
children that lived within 1.,mile
'ture. .considered by many people,
of the school. Otis Bell trans
both in and out of Washington, as Final scheduling has been completed for the visit India, he received his B. A. (summa cum laude) portation supervisor,stated, that by
the most outstanding member of to UF of Religlon-ln-Llfe lecturer John B. Carman, from Haverford College. He studied on a Fulbrlght his
figures Schucht Village was 1.45
the President's Cabinet." noted scholar, theologian and Christian missionary. Scholarship at the University of Leiden in the Nether- miles from Flnley school.T. .
Beginning by speaking of the Carman will address the public on "The Hindu lands.
E. Simmons board member
,
"dynamic growth" in Florida agri- Tradition In Modern India" Thursday at 7:30 p.m. lie received his B. D. (summa cum laude) from said that
policy
any so rigid an
culture, Freeman went on to say, In the Law Auditorium. A reception will follow at Yale Divinity School and was awarded a Sterling
unfilled bus which
directlyby
"The growth you have enjoyed Is the Wesley Foundation. fellowship during his graduate study at Yale, wherehe a child's home passes is forbidden to
the product of a long and enduring Faculty Christian Fellowship members will hear received his Ph. D.
pick him up because he is barely
partnership between Federal and him speak on "Re-thinJdngCbristianM1ssions" Tues-
within a mile and a half of theschool
State governments between peo- day at the Florida Room In Norman Hall. The Carman returned to India during 1957-63 and servedas "

ple in the Department and peopleon luncheon Is set for 12:30 p.m. The public Is Invited to a missionary of the American Baptist Foreign "silly.
Stan of Flavet
Brantley
mayor
the land bere."Occasionally. hear the lecture which will begin at 1:00 p.m. Mission Society and as professor of the history of
HI stated that at least 98 children
there are some Carman will also give four lectures on Hinduismat religions at Baptist Theological Seminary in Rama- ,
six old and in-
people who speak of the Federal 11:15 a.m. Monday through Thursday at Florida patnam. Carman's father is director of the Christian volved.years up, were

government as though it were a Union Auditorium. The public is invited to join Medical College in Velio re, India.
The board realizing the safety
foreign power--but I know it onlyas religion classes which will hear him. Carman has published articles on the encounter ,
of the children to be primary
you do. .as the source of The speaker will join the international relations between Christianity and Asian religions in various ,
instructed Bell to set up meeting
research which enables you to group of the University women's Club on Wednesdayfor journals and Is an ordained minister of the American
with campus Police Chief A. L.
transport crops more economically a discussion on India and Hinduism. Baptist Convention.
Shuler Price Bell and a i
representative
or to reduce loss in handling Carman is a professor at the Center for the Studyof He continues this year's Rellglon-ln-Ufe theme of
of the university administration -
and processing; as the only means World Religions at Harvard University and is on "A World Come of Ale," and his public address to discuss safety crosswalks -
by which your surplus can beFCF the faculty.of Harvard Divinity School. A native of will be within that context. and school zones.

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Twenty-seven UF fraternities, Including one new one, are laying
plans for what may be the most Intensive and competitive rush pro-
gram ever. At least four fraternities will be aiming for new houseson
Fraternity Row.



Each house will spend between $300 and $600 on publications, refreshments -
food and entertainment during formal rush, which beginsthe
Friday before classes begin and goes through most of the first
week. Efforts will be aimed at convincing new students of the value
of fraternity life in general and of the merit of the Individual fraternity.Over .
500 are expected to affiliate with a fraternity the first week.


STalking
"I want to emphasize that we are not trying to overwhelm new
students to get them to join the fraternity system, but we must contend
with many misconceptions that are prevalent amoung some people
entering college for the first time." said Barry Benedict, presidentof
Inter-Fraternity Council (IFC).



IFC will Issue a newspaper-type pamphlet, "Gator Greek," during
Orientation to acquaint new students with the best way to get familiar
with fraternities."We over the various aspects of agriculture are, from left to right:

Dr. E. T. York, provost for the UF Department of Agriculture; Doyle

Conner State Agriculture Commissioner; US Secretary of Agriculture
will try to get freshmen and transfer students to the fraternity !
houses to meet the people and to see what goes on. The Individual Orville L. Freeman; and UF President J. Wayne Reitz.
houses will have to do the rest," said John Hancock, editor of the
pamphlet.


During Orientation Week, new men will hear Dean of Men Frank
Adams discuss fraternities and their Importance.
LITTLE PIGSOF


UF holds language institute


UF Is sponsoring a seven week students In language ability because -
Foreign Language Institute for of adequate Instruction.The AMERICA
secondary school teachers and supervisors 58 teachers now attendingwere
of Spanish from June 17- selected on a competitivebasis
August 5. The program Is under through a careful screening
the support of the National Defense process. J. J. Allen,the Director, ;.
Education Act to promote language Is one of the four UF professors OUR SAUCE? : )'
development.The acting as Instructors, the rest of
Remomorab/e/ Some Home'1
Institute's three major obJectives the faculty being made up of language -
; to Improve the partici- professors from the U. S.
pants' competency and fluency In
the language, with an emphasis on The teachers are living In Gra- c t. ? L
oral abilities, to Increase the par- ham Area and are expected to speak
ticipants' knowledge of the people and maintain all activities in Span
and country of the language which ish. Their melas and Informal
they teach or supervise,and to pro- entertainment are part of the cur-
vide Instruction In newer methodsof riculum.
teaching foreign languages are Nine hours of academic creditIs
designed to give greater facility to given.


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Campus favorite from coast to coast now at the

I UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA UF researcherwins

Freeman urges high honorA

lightest, fluffiest, tastiest
WHAT'S ASPUDNUT golden brown doughnut UF researcher has received
they had In honorof the year's highest honor from the
ever seen.
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? the mashed potatoes in National Council to Combat Blindness -
the recipe, Hob and Al for his report of a computer-
Not too long ago two broth. promptly named their creation called 'Rural Areas Development generation." linked method of testing eyesight.
ers, Bob and Al Pelton, decided ".Spudnut"-alter the or RAD for short. Freeman said that perhaps the Dr Richard Copenhaver, assis-
they wanted to makea slang word for potato, "We could not launch a suc- timing of the Economic OpportunityAct tant professor of ophthalmology In
unique, different dough. "Spud." cessful attack on poverty in the Is unfortunate,in that has come the University's College of Medi-
nut. So they rented a little National Success United States without healthy economic just before the political conven- cine, shared the "Fight for Sight"
shop Utah,in and Salt started Lake experi.City As the fame of the superior growth in all our communities. tions, but, quoting RepublicanSenator citation with Gilbert D. Deln-
menting. Spudnut spread, t the Spud\ But economic growth In Itself Dirksen's statement on the hocker, a Boston physicist. Beln-
nut Company started training Is not enough. This countryhas Civil Rights Bill, Freeman declared hocker designed the computer
Eurtka! other to make
After failures people grown In the last quarter century "There is no force in the which Copenhaver used In his
many ,one day these delicious food prod.
they tried a pinch of this, a ucts. Now there are many .to a $600 billion national world strong enough to stop an Idea unique experiments with vision.
pinch of that. and just Spudnut Shop-i tlm'ughout;: economy, but during all this growth whose time has come." He then Copenhaver and Beinhocker received -
the right amount of pure the U.S.A., all producing there has been a layer of people at added effectively, "And the war the award at the annual ban-
mashed potatoes. Eureka: these same delicate, delight. the bottom of the economic pyra- on poverty is an idea whose time quest of the Association for Research -
They had finally hit it The ful pastries. mid who have received virtuallyno has come." In Ophthalmology in San
benefit. .there are 9 million The Secretary ended his speechby Francisco. They presented addi-
families In this country who sub- saying, "The 'Great Society' is tional data on the computer experiments -
sist on less than $3,000ayear..." in your handsand the hands of at the scientific meet-
The Secretary of Agriculture thousands of Americans like you. Ings of the American Medical Association -
then emphasized that these fami- "Personally, I am confidentthat the same afternoon.
lies are the ones whom the war people of our nation will go out By using the computer to pick
on poverty Is being fought for and and demonstrate to ourselves and out the brain's electrical responseto
that the community programs car- prove to the world that we have a visual impulse, Copenhaverwas
ried out by RAD, other Federal the capacity and wisdom -- that able to design a sight-testing
agencies and local organizationsare democracy can achieve the fruitsof apparatus that does.not require the
the best ways of doing this. abundance that science and tech- patient to be conscious or co-
SPUDNUTSAnnouncing "What am trying illustrate," nology now offer to all mankind." operative.
Freeman accented, "is that poor
people tend to live in concentrated
'pockets of poverty,' .and it's Film to be shown
the responsibility of each com-
R munity to search out these pockets, Ingmar Bergman's much-discussed film, "Wild straw-
to Identify its poor, to analyzethe berries," will be featured in a special showing at 7:30 p.m.,
A causes of their poverty and June 29, at the air-conditioned University Lutheran Church,
to devise the measures that will 1826 W. University Ave.
rII help remove those causes. Following the film, discussion will be led by a panel
"And we must begin with the moderated by the Rev. Thaxton Springfield, minister of the
children and young people, who University Methodist Church. Members of the panel Include
I must be given the opportunity to Bob Park, Logic Instructor; Butler Waugh, assistant professorof
break out of the cycle of inherited English; and Sidney Jourard, associate professor of Psychology -
} oa poverty Into which they were born, .
so that they in turn will not transmit The public Is invited to see the film and hear the panel
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By RON SPENCER


Come November and the Louis Harrises, the George Gallups the Degrees of honor DO exist -- Richman iigato Are

Ropers and all the other political analysts In this, an age of analysts, an Y
'"
will be making their last-minute predictions concerning the question by mute

how large a margin Lyndon Baines Johnson win emerge the victor over EDITOR Specifically, Mr. Heberlein, do they are recognized as Ideals. ateria

his Republican opponent In the presidential race. : you really feel that one who stealsa What I am proposing, however, __

Is "fitting the punishment to thecrime" pencil should be treated the sameas is a realistic approach to honor at ast tr

who murders for pleasure, this university: In place of a th Be
TRITE one
That, sadly for the GOP, is the big question today In regards to the really a phrase, that one who exaggeratesIn highly Idealistic system that does direc
cliche In deprecatingthis or profit;
November race Itself; who will run for the GOP and by how large of a a mere ? should be ostracized as one not serve the needs of the student inic f
Heberlein would jest
margin will Johnson triumph. But that was not always the case with apparently phrase advocate, Mr. that all Honor who fraudulently lies for gain; thata body because of procedural dlifl. rem'

LBJ.Once violators and I all student who "panics" on a class culties; i.e., the psychological in. r abc
Code presume
,
upon a time Johnson found It not nearly so easy to collect a and takes one answer out of hlbitlons that deter active cooperation met
law violators be treated exactlythe quiz
majority of the popular vote. The question then was not that of how of the nature hundred should be treated the within the Honor System, I ould i
Irregardless one
great a majority he would accumulate, but rather WHETHER or not same who sells stolen propose Instead a procedure in First
of the offense. as one
he would poll a majority of the votes and thus gain victory at the ballot or severity same organizes a cheat- which first and minor offenders ith a
I find It hard to believe that examinations or
box. Two cases at point follow. will be treated as people who
have ore i
the above quoted statement was Ing ring?
there are degrees of made a mistake and deserve one tudies
made other than in jest. It merely just as
, attacks the entire foundation of the criminality, degrees of racial tol- more chance rather .than as un- aphy
Case one. In 1941, Johnson, described as a "New Dealish Congressman desirables who have sinned
of responsibility and peed
and degrees
," decided the time was ripe for him to try to make the big 1 inprrom American system of jurisprudence. erance, therefore should be forever 00-90
as certainlybe -- ban.
followed to Its logical there are just
If
+ the House of Representatives to the "greatest club In the world/' the of ished. In opposition to Mr.Heber-
conclusion would be It unfortunately--degrees
U. S. Senate. But the eyes of Texas were not upon LBJ this time. petit larceny leln's "uniform" treatment
first And such degrees will exist I
penalized exactly as degree honor.
I Congressman Johnson, a vigorous supporter of the New Deal in the maintain that students
Individuals. --
murder, a first offender just as a as long as people are as they
Roosevelt.
House, received the support of President Franklin D.
believe that people are are within the present frameworkof
three time loser. The need for I do not
Johnson early In his political career was known as a vigorous liberal. _
either the present Honor Court
absolutes In -
His opponent In the 1941 special election for the senate was Texas judge, parole commissions, pre- capable or
conduct. Your idealsare should be treated as Individuals
sentence In or ;
investigations regardto thought
Governor Wilbert Lee O'Daniel. The special election was called to
and when viewed In the abstract that their individual attitudes, motivations -
record fine
past background
,
fill the seat left vacant by Senator Morris Sheppard's death. O'Danielwas
Heberlein, as long as capabilities, and proba-
attitude would no longer exist. Mr.
widely known throughout the state,prior to his election as governor, bility of "rehabilitation" continueto J
for his hillbilly band, which he directed on the air while advertising
I be evaluated in assessment of
! Hillbilly Flour. His folksy appeal won him a popular following throughout CINEMA:
all penalties; that In fact the pun-
j the state. With a background of selling flour via hillbilly music, S.
ishment should not only fit the
i O'Danlel's political star brightened and reached Its zenith In 1938 when
crime, but that in addition the
( he won the Texas Democratic gubernatorial primary, which, as In
failure crime should be viewed In light
I Florida, Is tantamount to election. O'Daniel In his campaigning had Qeopatra' -- a ,
of the Individual and accordingly
( stressed abolition of the poll tax, pensions of 30 dollars per month for ,
the punishment fit the individual He las
l' persons over 65, had opposed a sales tax and upheld vigorously the
Ten Commandments. With such a winning combination of planks In his well. The:
but worth look believe Is not instinc lon
platform he could hardly be denied. a anywayYou Honor, I 0
tive. It is a concept or ethical o. 1

standard that must be learned. The

By DON FEDERMANOne principal has a spear In one hand We are taught the Ten Commandourti

', To make a long story short, O'Daniel decided upon the death of and a bucket of Spic and Span In ments. We are not born with them 'Satel

) Sheppard that he liked Washington better than Austin anyhow, and along sees "Cleopatra" and Is the ohter. The acting transcendsthe indelibly imprinted on our brains. and Lt

with 25 other candidates, tossed his Stetson Into the ring. The race impressed in two respects. One atrocious. Miss Taylor, never- Honor Is thus as much a part of His

soon was whittled down to basically a two-way fight between O'Daniel Is that women are beautiful; the the less, envelops us, but only our education as Is any facet of KL-13

) and the young liberal upstart, Lyndon Johnson. other Is that a movie's worth is because she Is so richly endowed.She university life. And for many who You

Four candidates made good showings In the race, but when the polls inversely proportional to its cost is so influential this movie come to the UFwithouthavingbeen this r

had closed it was O'Daniel the lead with 30.7 per cent of the popular that "Richard" degree your t
such that lavishness breeds vulgar Rick (alias ) Bur- left of their honor to any -
vote only 1311 votes ahead of Johnson. Qver half a million Texans had
,
ton be
ostentation. gives what may the only having operated under parental Wa
voted, and the outcome of the nip-and-tuck race seesawed for days before Joseph Mankiewlcz has made true bad performance In his life. supervision of the good ol Tr)

the O'Daniel victory was assured. himself quite a move. It remindsone But I suppose that Is the priceone proctor system, it may not be done

of a well-footnoted term paper, must pay for projecting one's easily or immediately accepted Bergl

Seven years later Johnson became Involved in what is very possiblyone that is well-researched, but showIng life into one's role. Just saying as a way of life. For those who "frie

of the closest elections Jn the history of America. Again the liberal little thought. "Roddy Macdowell as Octavlus are not mature enough to immediately percl

Representative took on another Texas governor, this time the greatly And guess who Is Mankiewicz's Is funny (in fact, pardon me whileI accept it, or who defensively Pel,

admired wartime chief executive Coke Stevenson. Johnson, meanwhile, "lark In the skies of France?" laugh). with such consistency, violate it believing that It is an the a,

had stepped down from the House and enlisted during the war years, That's right. .Samuel Bronston. one wonders how Mankiewicz slip impractical means of establishing meml

returning to the House following the conclusion of hostilities.In This wouldn't be so bad, exceptthe ped up and let Rex Harrison do social and academic relationships, H1:

question arises as to whether such a fine job as Caesar (and I believe that understanding and and

Mankiewicz wanted to make a this is saving grace of the movie). education rather than a marred -

movie, as he has asserted, or And the majority of dialogue is permanent record or expulsion Is

the Intervening years between 1941 his eyelash loss to O'Daniel whether he wanted to make nothing such that only Buz Sawyer and Lit- the answer. And this can only

,I, and the 1948 battle with Stevenson,Johnson had lost much of his crusading more than a lot of money, as Bron- tle Orphan Annie are better. As be accomplished under a system

I zeal for liberalism and conformed to some of the conservative necessities ston can only do. Of course,there for special effects, the movie suc- that allows a second chance. And

of Texas politics. Johnson was still, however, to the left of are worse things one could do when ceeds admirably in creating the further, the opportunity to profit

Governor Stevenson. Most of the Old Guard conservatives lined up behind looking for inspirational sources, Illusion that something Is happen- from such mistakes can arise first

Stevenson, and in the ensuing primary election,Johnson nipped him by the like reading Richard Chase's ing.This and only If the people involvedare

Incredibly slim margin of 87 votes out of a total of approximately a Freudian Interpretations of liter- is the over all picture, buta appraised of the mistake in

million votes cast. The razor-thin margin of victory In this race ary classics. review of this movie should not the first place. My proposal is

makes Earl Faircloth's recent victory over Attorney General Jimmie Since each epic movie is designed be ended on a bitter note. Part I directed at finding a practicalmeans

Kynes look much like a Cakewalk. to outdo the previous, what has enough in It (strictly because of achlveing the co-opera-

will happen next? Perhaps, one Harrison makes the most of his tion of the student body to actively

day we will have a movie called part and here lies the greatest appraise such people of their mis-

"Genesis" with such alluring number of references from Plato take -- not to turn the Honor

phrases as "See the making of and Plutarch) as to forgive to some System into a "Big Brother" society -
Stevenson, like Kynes and State Senator Scott Kelly In the recent "
the universe In six
days, or See degree what must
unfortunately follows In which each student
Florida Democratic primaries, protested the vote in several southern
God actually resting on the sev- In Part II. Furthermore if<(Cleoparta" fear the other.
counties where Johnson rolled up tremendously large margins of victory. enth." Of -
Cast at point: The vote in Duval County was 4,622 for Johnson and 40 this would raise course, movies like betrays history, It is just I have suggested that penaltiesfor
problems, like fantastic be more
enought to leave the first minor offense
for Coke Stevenson. For those of you who prefer percentages, Johnson how the some
captured 99.1 per cent of the electorate In Duval County, as comparedto can American moral film viewers awestruck, though I'm in the nature of an understanding,

Stevenson's 0.9 per cent. A change of two per cent of the vote In industry record" for Its audiencesthe sure these same people still would but definite, slap on the writsts;
, phrase, .and they were un have -
wanted a little action I.e. failing grade on that particular
i that one small county would have resulted in the defeat of Johnson. ashamed." more a
( Johnson had finished second to Coke Stevenson in the first primary, for their money. And speaking of test. If you have a better

with the latter grabbing 39.7 per cent of the Texas vote. Anyway, getting back to the specific "- money, "Cleopatra" Is a bargain proposal, make it. I merely seeka
problems of "Cleopatra, when you think of what you would realistic means of achieving the
here is a rundown, all In one nice to in
have to In allude
pay some big city oh same end that you
_. little paragraph: yes; It makes for
it looks like a shoo-in for LBJ In November but shoulda a nice Kaleido- your letter -- honor.
Right now The sets are so lavish as to lose scope of color.Nevertheless. conclusion I seek only an
miracle happen and the Republicans generate a real fight for the presi- the feeling of historical authen- In edu-
will all be lId hat for Johnson who has and contradicting Honor System that promotes
dency In the fall, it weathered ticity. One gets the feeling that not
what I just said I do
In the understanding.
cation and
the closest squeakers in the history of American previous
some of : politics.
even In the heat of battle each stu-
all
paragraph, "Cleopatra" Is a fail- presume Idealistically that

must be starving You wouldn't admit It I bet you haven't o C\O! ure, worth a look by the bored dents are completely honor: .,

down there, -. If you were thing left p-r- and curious -- which in this town and those that waiver slightly tn I

= Lionel I rWJv out of food I to eatl I mM \ \, means Just about everybody. the highest standard are unworthy ,
I O \ J \ There will be in I do,how I
\ I a showing of of any place society. I
I
Ingmar Be r g m a n' s film "wild ever, presume that honor Is one

414H /)4 JO VIS Strawberries" Monday at 7:30 p.m. aspect of an education In"learning I
at the to ,
University Lutheran Church. how to live," not merely "how

After the movie, there will bo make a living," that is a vital

a panel discussion. The panel will part of UF, and one not necessarily I
Don Add sA consist moderator Thaxton learned by all before they arrive

a. .M1:. .. '' Z..l;..ti ", D.. ."f .... L I
"a r > l.k .h,1) :I ;S. r ? -owrarJ' re. -
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3ITOR: assumes that the student is reading There are many legitimate typesof companied by reasonable compre- ably have been equalled by tossing
most of the words on the page, the skimming or reading selectivelywhich hension only In easy, recreational a coin for each question. This
I recent advertisement in the usual meaning of the term. The are appropriate In some, materials. Our own study pub- degree of comprehension may be
ligator read In part as follows: time required for the eye-move- reading tasks. But skimming in lished in "The Reading Teacher"of due to pure chance and does not
Jean you read 1,000 words per ments and the fixations, plus the textbooks or technical material of January, 1962, of a collectionof prove adequate understanding. Do
mute or better on college-level time for thinking, limit speed to any type only results In decreas- records from students who had these results show a tripling of
iaterial? (95% of our students this level. And if anyone suggeststhat ing comprehension. As for read- been exposed to a course in Speed speed with better comprehensionor
L, __ and we guarantee to at he can reduce this essential ing at very high speeds, studiesat Reading showed the following: 1. really a very slight gain in
last triple anyone's reading speedth time by eliminating or reducing the University of Michigan show the average student gained 20-25 reading speed with comprehensionbeing
Better Comprehension.)" As eye-movements, or by widening that even experienced college pro- per cent in rate; 2. the average maintained in reading and a
j director of a college reading your span to take in more words, fessors do not read In their own rate after training was between significant loss in comprehensionin
inic for 15 years, and specialist beware. You can't see clearly subject much faster than the 300- 400-600; the fastest, 900 words skimming?
p remedial or corrective readingr more than one inch of line duringa 400 words per minute rate of good per minute as compared to an aver- If you are still anxious to be
about 30 years, I would like fixation. How many words can college readers. Can you expectto age of about 300 before training; convinced, take your toughest text-
j mention several facts which you then read in each fixation? read faster than your instructor? 3. some students learned to skimat book to the Speed Reading Teacher.Ask .
ould be known. Faster readers are not neces- 1800-2400 words in recreational him to read a chapter familiar
First there is no such animalith One can cover materials faster sarily better readers, despite the paperbacks (of about fifth grade to you in his Speed Reading fashion
a reading speed of 1000 or and claim excessive reading popular opinion to the contrary. diffucluty); 4. the average gainin (without spending a long time
frore per minute. Many careful speeds only by skipping portions of Research studies at Florida State comprehension In reading was studying it before reading it). Then
tudies by eye-movement photo- the test. This means, of course, University show that in some diffi- 5 per cent; and 5. the compre- ask him such questions as your
|aphy show that the maximum that the reader sacrifices com- cult or detailed materials the good hension in skimming dropped from instructor expects of you. If,after
peed physiologically possible is prehension of details, not that he readers read slower than the poor the 70 per cent before training to this, you're still gullible, -- well,
00-900 words per minute. This reads with better comprehension. readers. Rapid reading is ac- 51 per cent after training. Since it's your money. Y.
comprehension was tested by true-
Da false questions only, this performance George D. Spache, Head
after training could conceiv Reading Laboratory and Clinic

;: LIN'IariJAZZ : : :J ALLIGATOREditor. The a Florida r




CORNER

. . . . . . . John Askins

Ii Satchmo's 'Dolly' pushes Beatles from top spotBy Executive Editors

Jim Hammock Benny Cason

Rogers' big band for so many years. No "guessworkand Associate Editors
CHARLIE BUSHHe prayer" for Pete -- when he hits a note, brother, Bob Thomas Ed Barber
upset the Beatles' apple cart. it's been hit. Jim Castello Ernie Lila
They had the No. 1 album on the national charts foro He plays two tracks, "Little Bird" and "To Kill Pat Hogan Eunice Till
long they thought they were kings. They are noto. a Mokenbird," as bossa novas, "ThreeFourFive"is Beth Kraselsky Nancy Brachey
1 any more. a "funky" thing with good guitar work by Roberts.
There is only one king. He'llbe64 years young this "Toot Toot Tootsie" comes on strong as a locomotive. Sports Editor. . . . . . Martin Edwards
ourth of July. His friends call him "Pops" or "Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most" is a
'Satchmo." He's an institution. God, mother,countryand very sensitive and beautiful piece of work. Staff Writers
| Louis Armstrong.His Pete has a good sense of humor. It shows up well John Hancock, Phil Geyer, Don Federman, Robin Lundwall,
big new album Is "Hello, Dollyl"Kapp records on two tracks of "Little Bird." On "My Favorite Mary Ann .Hansen, Rlva Goldberg, Vernon Swartsel, Liz
KL-1364) and it has 12 excellent tracks. Things" he sneaks in a few bars of "I'm In Love Brewer, Charlie Bush, Jim Carleto, Joe KollIn,Anne Richards.
You want to try to find something wrong with With A Wonderful Guy" (from "South Pacific") and Bob Wise and Tom Gibboney.
[this record, you go right ahead. But you're wastingyour on "Never Never Land" he slips in a dash of ''Rhap-
[ time. sody in Blue." ... .... . . . .Marsha G. Brown
.
This album has a"happy" quality running all throughit.
Want some good West Coast style Jazz?
These guys are having a real ball, and it shows.It PRODUCTION CREW
Try "Little Bird" (Ava records A/AS-22)). It's
is uncomplicated, melodious jazz and you're sure Don Addis, Nelson Meyer, Sam Shaya, Ernie Litz, Dave
[done by the Pete Jolly Trio: Jolly, piano; Chuch
to love it -- a Little Bird" told me so. (I'm sorry. Piche, Jim Neff, and Darlene Pierce.
Berghofer, bass; Larry Bunker, drums; and Jolly's"friends"
I Just couldn't resist it).
[
Howard Roberts, guitar; Kenny Hume, The Florida Alligator Is the official student newspaper of the
[percussion.Pete If you're lucky enough to own an FM radio receiver, University' of Florida and is published five times weekly
Jolly swings and he ought to -- he was playing you're in for some fine jazz tomorrow night. WRUF- except during the mouths cf May,. June and July, when It Is
I the accordion at the age of 3 1/2, piano at 8 and was a FM will present from 11 to midnight the jazz winnersof published semi-weekly. The Florida Alligator Is entered as
I member of the musician's union by the time he was 15. the sixth annual Grammy awards. Winners include second-class matter at the United States Post Office at
His technique is superb. His rhythms are driving Bill Evans, Henry Mancini, Count Basie, Ray Brown Gainesville, Florida.
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50' x 10' 1959 Great Lakes Trailer 2 BR, 2 bath furnished home on
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,/For Sale I| completely, center kitchen furnished,screened, abundance porch of, I For RentAIR I r I Wanted_I J University.Lake Cowpens.$12,500 35 minutes with terms.from

Call 372-7658 for
closets TV antenna TOP appointment.
condition
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1963 Van Dyke mobile home 10'z
50' priced for quick sale. Town CONDITIONED apartmentfortwo NEED MONEY?? We need sub- (I-148-5t-c).
alr-condltloned.
Phone 376-
7429. Located at Pinehurst Park, and Country Trailer Park. Call with private bath; also small jects for laryngeal photography.Call .
Lot 22. (A-149-3t-c FR 2-4428 after 6 p.m. (A-151- furnished room for single.105 N.W. : John Michel Com Sci. Lab. Law Professor selling spacious
)
tf-c). 7th Terrace. Call after 5 p.m. Ext. 2030. (C-151-3t-c). 3 bedroom home, Study, 11/2bath,
FR 2-0809. (B-151-3t-p). attic fan, built in drawers, vanity
SEWING MACHINES-Slnger Port- PRO GOLF CLUBS, 1964 Spalding and much storage. $80 per month

monograms able Round, buttonholes Bobbin, guaranteed, Top-Flite Woods, 1962 MT Irons WANTED 4 students to lease I L Autos I many extras, negotiate equity.FR-
sews on
buttons, darns and mends. No with wedge. Cost $225.00. Only completely furnished air-condi- 6-2775. 1062 N. E. 14th Ave. (I-
attachments $125.00. Call FR 2-6714, 7-8 tioned home. Quiet street, shadylot 134-tf-C).
Call needed. Only $52.00 p.m. (A-151-It-p). home like new. FREE maid 1957 Ford Falrlane 500 H'top,
372-7680. 611
W. UniversityAve. service and yard man! Call 372- WW tires, R & H, Thunderbird 4 BR, 2 bath home; 2200 sq. ft.
(A-149-tf-c). MS 206, 353 -and 354 texts avail 1694. (B-151-4t-c). Engine. A fine automobile. Call Convenient to University. $21,500.
2 Amana Air Conditioners, 220 V; able. Call 2-1973. (A-151-lt-c). FR 2-7102 after 7 p.m. (G-151- Terms negotiable. Available Sep-

one Is 12,500 BTU's. Other Is AIR CONDITIONED APART- 3t-c). tember 1. 372-7658 after 5 weekdays -
14,500 BTU's. Can be seen at FREE KITTENS, If you'll make the
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MENTS -- 2 or 3 BR; furnishedor ( )
Gainesville Miniature Raceway upstairs trip to Reddick for them. Froma unfurnished. Immediate occupancy Chevy 1953 2 door, std. shift,

In the old Pi Kappa Phi long line of good mousers, molers available. $80 per month R & H, 1964 tag, excellent trans- HOUSE FOR SALE OR RENT by

house, corner of 13th St. and Uni- and snakers. Call 591-2126 for and up. Couples only. Phone 372- portation. Price $125. Owner owner,. 3 br., 1 bath, central heat,
versity Ave. (A-150-tf-c). directions. (A-150-tf-nc). 3522 for Mr. Sieg at Arnold RealtyCo. leaving U. S. A. Call Adi Con- air-conditioned, semi -furnished,

LET'S TALK ., 1219 w. University Ave. (B- tractor, FR 6-3605 between 8-9 washer, drier, refrigerator, and
TERMS. 55x10 Nashua HEEl put on in 5 minutes 151-5t-c). a.m. or 5-6 p.m. (G-151-lt-p). stove. Call FR 6-7298. (1-150-
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plete with study, 2 bedrooms, TV ..-.-.. ..-. 4t-c).
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See at Lot #1, Hickory Hill Park, REPAIR SH.OPlt furnished.upper Exceptional condition. FR 2-7116. I
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t 2 SMASH Excellent condition. See at 15 S.W. Adm. Asst. Post, preferably Sep-
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DRIVE IN TREAT E open 7) show 7:45; both late at 9:51
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six. (B-142-tf-c).
SHIRLEY (/::\ '62. Volkswagen In good condition. -Studenthelp 11:30a.m.-
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MALE STUDENTS Two rooms
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MacLAINE furnished motel type,ground floor, $44.84 per month. FR 6-3512. Apply at Long's Cafeteria, 313
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refrigerators. Two blocks from
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and all '63 Ford Galaxie with everything,
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A $2,695. Also 55 Ford for good
ments. Summer rates. Furnished
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-t., .. CEDRIC STRATTONThe
I
Bictw.nlA" diagram shows a typical setting of fielder's In
I a game of cricket. As drawn, the right hand half of
_"'_..*...,._._ Doop L.--.a_nm'bodn .. .U the field Is called the "leg-side" or "on-side," and
:);. Tf(1 .11I -, 1" .or....-.... }) p -.-._. _. the left-hand side, the "off-side." For a left handed
,.y III batsman, the names of the fielders switch halves.
,
:. :' > ro "" The names of the fielders are all related to the direction -

j.;.'tj').-,. 3f( : ._.."....I..". from the ,"striking" batsman, thus:
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1, first slip; 2, second slip; 3, third man; 4, (square)
; '15 X point; 5, cover point; 6, mid-off; 7, bowler; 8, umpire
tI (bowler's end); 9, mid-on; 10, square leg; 11, Umpire
(square leg); 12,fine leg;13,wicket-keeper;14,striking
erw Last
r batsman; 15, non-striking batsman.

IJ I

J These positions by no means exhaust the available
4r names or settings. For example, the space between
fielders 2 and 4 Is often called "the gully," in jocular
reference to the fact that a good batsman will puta
.J, shot down there with such regularity as to weara
gully. A fielder placed there adopts the same name
-r r rLoq
for his position.The .
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.. -" r.t .. ..

I DELIBERATE shots which would go to the
fielders are roughly as follows: 1 and 2, late cut; 3,
cut; 4, square cut; 5, cover drive; 6, off-drive; 7,
Classifieds straight drive; 9, on-drlve; 10, pull, hook, or sweep;
"Where Your Friends Are Every Night"JOIN 12, leg glance or glide.


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Efficiency apartments for rent. In the arc of positions, 1,2,3,4, and 13, so that nearly
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bowler whose best delivery curves or breaks away from
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ville. ALTERATIONS of all kinds-
marked on the diagram.
across street from administration
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rMidnight r y Mural action opens next week I



Intramural action for term B the Sailing Club,which meets every activities available. Others Include -
of this trimester gets under way Monday night at 7:00 In the Florida : archery, the Aqua Gators,
Star next week. Union; and the Karate Club, which badminton, barbells, bowling,
Star Vogue
Evening Holding over from the first term meets Saturday at noon In the south chess, fencing, fishing, gymnastics -
will be the Ski Club, which meets end of Florida Gym. golf, judo, soccer, square
every weekend at Lake Wauburg; These are only some of the club dancing, the Swim Fins, tennis,
volleyball, weight-lifting and
i wrestling.Not .
all are on schedule for this
term, but if a sufficient numberof
people show interest, the Intramural -
"Those in the know" department will be glad
to set up facilities for a club.
Some, such as judo, weightlifting -
Angel,Wing Tangisrs Astral ALWAYS MEET AND EAT and fencing clubs,enter Into
competition with other schools
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Whichis AT THE PARK LANE Persons Interested should call
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CHARLIE BUSH UFH more than $28,000.But -i1r--
I Staff writer the most significant change has come from within -
the residents themselves. From a "Oh '. what's -
I "Pioneer spirit" Is not dead. On the UF campus, the use" attitude, they have turned to "there's-
1 there are 1,400 people co-operating in a community nothing--we-can't-do-lf-we-together."
project with the same zeal and determination that This change of attitude can be seen in many ways: ,t4s
l w characterized the early western settlers. men, women, and children, who must work and studyall
,; On weekends and weekday afternoons the residents week, are spending their spare time working in
i of Flavet III can be seen in their yards pulling weeds, their yards, and improving the outward appearanceof
l' mowing grass, fertilizing and planting trees, shrubs, their temporary homes (the inside of the buildings r
\ .. and flowers. All part of a village beautification plan. have always been kept spotlessly neat and clean as
This was not always so. Up until a few weeks ago, anyone who has visited them will tell you); their
community spirit in Flavet III was very low. Many volunteer fire department, which had become dan-
t residents felt that it would be a hopeless task to try gerously undermanned, is now back to safe strength;
:: and Improve appearances. Outside walls of the the meetings of their different committees,which used
f.. buildings were covered with mildew; the trimming to be disorganized and inefficient have become highly
around the buildings was badly In need of paint; businesslike and productive.When .
many of the roofs needed Improvement; the yards they needed new playground equipment, they
were almost devoid of flowers, shrubs and trees; "passed the hat," then bought It.
the lawns were a combination of crab grass and When they decided that they needed ten new picnic
;; unfertile sand. tables and benches, they cajoled the lumber from the .;; -
Then last April things started happening. Newly UF Maintenance Department, called a mass meetingand
elected Flavet III Mayor Stan Brantley met with officials by themselves built all ten tables and benches in UF Plants and Grounds help start the Flavet face-lifting I
I from UF Housing (UFH), UF Plants and Grounds less than two hours. _
Y (UFPG),,and the Gainesville Beautification Committee Wanting more entertainment than their frequent
I (GBC). community picnics and dances, they purchased their
t Results were soon forthcoming. GBC donated 500 own movie projector and are now planning a pro- \
'Ij daylllies to Flavet III residents. UFH furnished the gram of top-rate films
q residents with'tools and fertilizer. More than$150.00 All these things they have done in a few weeks.
? will be spent on fertilizer by UFH before the end of The sky is their limit. They have re-created that
r the summer. "pioneer community spirit" which made possible the
I UFPG furnished the residents with eleven truckloadsof settling of our nation's frontiers.
trees and shrubs. Most important, by setting an example, they are
I Building walls were cleaned of mildew by UFH. teaching their children the true meaning of".? .united
The trim around the buildings is now being paintedby we stand. ." -- -'Ii
UFH to the tune of $15,000. Roofs are being repaired Nlklta Khrushchev has said he will bury us. He had p. -.
--seven roofs each year until all are completed.When better not try anything with the residents of Flavet III.

\ --.the... roofing.. .. works. completed-- ,it will-have cost- They will plant him next to a new azalea bush.

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.And finally, after a lot of planning and workingmostly( working) the Flavet

( apartments can look like this. Not only will the residents be able to look forward "
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pride in the looks of their home. (Photos by Carolyn Johnston) O O

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