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ae_ 2 The Florida Alligator TuesdayJune 30,1964Wauburg ,', Wise retires tomorrow

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bus proposedBus


service to Camp Wauburghas the center of campus to the camp
been proposed by Dill Slippy, nine miles south of Gainesville.
Student Government Secretary of Until the number of students who
Married Student Affairs. The would benefit from and take advantage -
service will probably be tried on of the bus can be deter- '
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a test basis In the near future mined by the test, It is impossible :J, .,
said Slippy. to predict what type of ser-
"Student Government will haveto vice will be used. Also under "
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portation and we can't determinein fare. "
advance exactly how much It will Slippy indicated that he was con- ; .
cost or how effective it will be," fident that the bus would be free.
said Slippy. "We are discussingthe "We hope to have a definite .
idea with several campus agen- statement sometime this week as :
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cies to find out how is the best to when service to Wauburg will .....
way to organize the busses," he begin," said Ken Kennedy, Student
said. Body President. "The bus was ,
part of the Gator Party platform ; ,
Still in the planning stages, the : ." ,
bus service to the UF owned lake- and if the plan is at all practical, "
front park would probably consistof we expect service by the Fourth of -'f "I/

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DR. J. HOOPER; WISEDr. I

study of campus fraternitiesand cally, said John Hancock, editor.
sororities will be featured in "We'll just try to present an J. Hooper Wise, a member of the Universityof contribution to secondary and higher education thro
the Gator Greek to be distributedthe accurate picture and clarify pur- Florida for 39 years, retires tomorrow. serving as* chairman of the Florida Committee of tl|
first week of August. Pub- poses," he added. Professor of English and Chairman of the C-3 Southern Association of Colleges and Second
lished by the Interfraternity Council (Reading, Writing and Speaking) Department of Uni- Schools, on various committees and programsthe
the Gator Greek is a quarterly This issue, largest thus pub- versity College since 1935, Dr. Wise was one of National Council of Teachers of English,
newsletter of campus greek- lished, will also contain Informa- the forces behind the University's comprehensive pro- Conference on College Composition and Communication
letter organizations.First tion about each sorority and fra- gram of general education. He has been with the the National Education Association, amo
of Its kind in the South- ternity and Its activities, Hancock University College since its Inception.Dr. others.He .
east, the study will attempt to show said. It will be distributed this Wise received three degrees (A.B., M.A.E., was a pioneer In the Florida Council of Teache
the role of the fraternity-sorority summer to alumni and in the fall and J.D.) from UF and a Ph.D. from Peabody. he of English and the Conference on College Compos
economically socially and politi to Incoming students. is a charter member of Florida Blue Key leader- tion and Communication.
ship fraternity and holds membership in Phi Beta During his career he has served as consultant I
I Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, and numerous other scho- educational workshops in the southern states. I li|
Humanities flies set lastic and professional organizations. Is listed In who's Who in America; Who's Who I
- Author and editor of many articles and text- American Education; Who's Who In the South
"We're inviting everyone to the have a good turn-out each one." books in his chosen field, Dr. Wise also has made a Southwest; and Who Knows and What.
movies this summer -- not Just Not only movies, but concertsand _
members," says Dr. J. S. Funk- recordings figure In the so-
houser of the Humanities Society. ciety's program to lend depth to 'Miss "IHah'' set for retirement I
The society plans to show full C-5. 'Presentations are keyed to
length films on Rembrant Vinci the course schedule. This week's
and Gershwin. Cinematic tours of subject, "ChristianSources In Art, On June 30 It will be a bus- Mrs. Fleming was given a type- score years as chief clerk, It wa
the National Gallery of Art and coincides with the reading of the man's holiday for Mrs. Illah W. writer and a pen and pencil set. fitting' to give Mrs. Fleming
Metropolitan Art Museum will be four gospels in C-52. Fleming. Watkins presented the gifts on typewriter, Watkins said. Mrs]
given. Shorter films will deal For the current presentations, After spending 31 years with the behalf of co-workers and friends Fleming agreed."It .
with the orchestra and the string ask any C-5 instructor, or checkat Agricultural ExtenslonService who donated funds for the gifts. will keep my fingers aim
quartet. the office. Scheduling is done tolling the benefits of saving for During the presentation, Watkins ble," she said.
"Around fifty per cent of C-5 about a week in advance. Mem- retirement, she will retire. praised Mrs. Fleming for yearsof
students come to each presentation. bership In the Humanities She is known as "Miss Illah"to tireless effort which contributed Mrs. Fleming has not complete!
." says Dr. Funkhouser. "We Society costs $1. hundreds of friends whom she materially to the success of the her retirement plans,but Indicate!
has encouraged to save for "rainy Florida. she intends to remain in Gainesville
. Nuclear power to increaseThe days." and continue to be active if
In reminiscing, she proudly acclaimed After working more than three- community programs.
that she was among the
University of Florida revealed The Increase In will
power pro-
few who had served under all four
last week it has been authorized vide a higher neutron flux for
Extension directors -- Wllmon
by the Atomic Energy experimental Increas-
,
programs Newell, A. P. Spencer, H. G.
Commission to Increase the powerof ing materially the speed with which
its nuclear reactor to ten times radioisotopes can be produced in Clayton and Dr. M. O. Watkins. See Wkot's Hew in
its present level. the reactor. At an office retirement party,

The reactor, first put Into operation .
in 1959 is presently cp-t
eratlng at a level of 10 kilowatts. The Browse Shop
AEC has authorized an Increaseto
100 kilowatts.It .
is the only nuclear reactorIn "Thos in ,the know" CONGRESS POLITICS &
PRACTICE
the state of Florida. ;
University nuclear engineering Thomas & Lamb
experts expect to raise the power ALWAYS MEET AND EAT EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICAL RESEARCH
level to 100 kilowatts sometime in
July. At the present time minor .Robert Thouless I
modifications are being made to AT THE PARK LANE I II EVOLUTION OF MAN Roy Lewis

the reactor's cooling system and PELICAN HISTORY OF Robertson & Steven]
MUSIC.
shielding to prepare for the In- I .
creast. FREE Banquet SPECIAL BONUSDISCOUNT HE DIAMOND SMUGGLERS Ian Fleming

Rooms :XILES James Joyce5ERVOMECHANISM

To All Students FUNDAMENTALS Ben ZeinesTHE
Sewing Machines and University Personnel
I MITOCHONDRION Lehminger
(Just Show I.D. Card)
UANTUM MECHANICS Schiff
Necchl New Home, Luncli-11:30a.m.-2:05p.m. OW TO CHART DATA Carroll .
White, Universal and

Pfaff. 10% off to UF Dinner-4:30 a.m.-8Q5 p.m.

students. Rentals,parts, 365 days a year

repairs, supplies for dlPPMfC

all make machines. ...G

Good used machines

from '$25 up.SEWING CAFETERIA minutes BROWSE SHOP
MACHINE from campus

SERVICE CO. 1212 North Main, Gainesville
Campus BookstoreI
&
815 West Untv. Ave. Shop

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Tuesday,June 30,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3

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Problem of the match'

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discussed at frat mtg.



Dr. Ira Cordon, professor of The speaker pointed out that
who knowsRING'S education, presented a discussionof the teacher's task in this new con-
"The Problems of the Match"to cept Is to provide himself '"with
the regular June meeting of some of the operational tools and
Phi Delta Kappa, men's honorary underlying concepts which will assist -
fraternity In education.Dr. him In analyzing and diagnosing -
Gordon presented material
where children are with respect -
which will be Incorporated intoa to their development and
new book to be published by
Intelligence, so that the new concepts -
John Wiley & Sons publishing of the child may become
house. The text of the speechwas functional in the classroom."
directed to the changing timesas Viewing the teacher as the primary -
they relate to the teacher, the curriculum builder,Dr.Gor-
teacher's task, and the place of don suggested that the teacher
MEN'S SHOP each In our world today. must provide himself with analytic -
lie stated that the static view tools for studying total class-
,of the child, In which the thoughwas room interaction (Including the
prevalent that the Infant is a teacher's own behavior), and the
"bundle of largely inherited latent less technical culture of the peer
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June 2 1964 :w. traits of emotional expression and society, In order to exert control
'. abilities for achieving goals,which over the "Match."
can only be realized gradually as New patterns were pointed to,as
the child develops and which may a result of this changing teacher
Mr. Gary BurkeAdvertising be Influenced by training and concept; for example, if a teacher
Manager growth," is a thing of the past. desires to analyze the classroom
.o However, it was relatively easy to
Student Publications Interaction, involving his own behavior -
,ft fix the task of the teacher, and he will change his own be-
to University of Florida to design a school, and schedulingwas havinr, because he will become
:s Gainesville, Florida less of a problem in the past. more aware of himself and his
Now, however, Gordon said, the pupils. Many of these new patterns
Dual Dear Gary: world and our culture have will Include the tools offered by
changed, demanding a shift to view- soclometrlcs (for peer relation-
Ing development as openendedand ships), observations of group and
'he Ring's Men's Shop's advertising in The Florida Alligator seeing Intelligence as modi- Individual behavior, tape record-
;os has produced such outstanding results this past year fiable. With this In mind, he sees Ings of class sessions to analyzehis
that I believe it worthy of record. As you know, this the role of the school and the task own behavior, and many other
nt t of the teacher as necessarily undergoing .
letter comes to you at the close of a most successful techniques.With
i sales similar change. This such new patterns,Increased -
ho campaign. change will cause the teacher to flexibility and opportunity become -
bring about readiness and enhance available. Team teaching
Particularly significant has been the return for each intelligence. has much to offer here, especiallyIn
advertising dollar spent in The Alligator during the Gordon borrowed from J. Mc- class and classroom assess-
months of April and May. The rate of $30.00 in sales Vicker Hunt the phrase "Problemof ment, as the students are assignedto
the Match" to Illustrate this small and individualto
for $1.00 spent in The Alligator for advertisingwas groups
every new situation. Essentially this Is small groups and individual
sustained by Ring's during these two months. I think an attempt to control the match work, Gordon said.
W this is an impressive figure considering no UF market between what environmental circumstances Gordon came to the University

g is less than half its strength of the re alar school year. the student encounters of Florida eight years ago, after
lisIm and the concepts he has already teaching at Kansas State and Mary-
assimilated. land Universities.
As can see here at Ring's we are firmly convincedthat ... .
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University of Florida market. We have always received t

: prompt and cordial service from the staff at the Gator CAMPUS

les and hope to resume our pleasant relationship in the future COMfASSAll

el when we ;will again bring popular prices and quality men's

wear to the Florida campus. /
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Sincerely pre-medical and pre-dental I A Physical Education depart-
,' students should register with the ment course that teaches driver
pre-professional counseling office training to potential driving instructors -
Room 12, Flint Hall, Mon needs students who can't
.f; days through Fridays. De sure to drive for the future teachers to
g i' bring with you your instructors'full practice instructing. Contact
names and your course and Coach Joseph L. U."na at ext.
section numbers Deadline: Wed- 2995 or 2315.
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*.. has announced a new $360
Six Eleven West Avenue "
University ; < .
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,' There will be an open-house estate appraisal.
..' .' ...., .. :' : .. meeting of the Sailing Club Tues- Established by the Miami chapter -
.. day at 7:30 p.m. in Room 218 oi f r (No. 71) of the Society of Real
i the Florida Union. Anyone inter- Estate Appraisers,the scholarship
,, : \1,.: .... ested in sailing, with or without goes to a qualified graduate or
'' ', ., experience, Is welcomed. Plans upper division student in real estate -
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n ;:t'i) '' ''h ..,.; ., '.: : will be made at this time for who exhibits exceptional ability -
Sailing Club Playday, Saturday, In the area of appraisal. It
.,, .. July 4. will be in the Department of Real
-j Estate and Urban Land Studies at

e b :. h.: the University.
Candidates from Dade, palm
I) Mrs. Rosemary G. Rumbaugh, Beach and Droward Counties will
i laboratory assistant In the University be
given preference, although any
of Florida
veterinary student from Florida Is eligible
., science department, has been to apply, the announcement said.
.
: awarded $100 by the Scientific The scholarship winner will be
;' Products Foundation of Evanston,
to research
required produce a
.... Ill, according to Dr. G. T. Eddi, paper In the area of appraising.
department head.

Of the thrlty-elght June graduates -
Alligator Advertising Works the top five positions scbo-
India Club will present an Indian lastlcally were held by Phi Alpha
movie with English subtitles,"Din Delta legal fraternity brothers.
Badal Bareat" (Rain without They an, In order of class rank,
clouds) on Sunday at 7:30 p.m. Ben J. Zimmerman,Lester Brick-
in the J. Hlllls Miller Health Center man, Edwin Glnsburg,Roy J.Wood,

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Poge 4 The Florida Alligator TuesdayJune 30,1964 ICONOCLAST

LETTERS

Somebody bad-mouthing cheaters? .

On the rights-- question..

EDITOR: by the time he reaches school age,
simply because the By DON GROOMS Holden Caulfield," the other three members of
Last Wednesday -- the day your during most the
paper was devoted to letters on vital formative yeas he has not class.,
the subject participation in the been exposed to the same stimu- It has come to my attention that a lot of peopleat
demonstrations in St. AugustineI -- lating environment of the middle the University of Florida are bad-mouthing cheaters. This made Hope rather famous on campus, and
was Interested to read in the St. class child and Is already lessalert Just what they have against cheating has never been based on this sudden notoriety he ran successfully

Petersburg Times a columnbyJoseph less receptive to learning, revealed. The plain fact of the matter Is that they for Student Body President, Blue Key President
Alsop reporting that "south- and often has something like less don't have any reason other than the mistaken belief and Honor Court Chancellor. '

ern Mississippi Is now known to than half the vocabulary. Many that it Is now popular to be against cheating.

contain no fewer than 60,000 armed slum children, according to the He became known affectionately around campusas

men organized In what amountsto report, hear little but short sen- Actually, some of my best friends are cheaters. Clyde "The Fink" Hope, and made $14,000 selling
guerrilla units dedicated to tences and one syllable words, Senator Ted Kennedy cheated his way through Harvard. Clyde "The Fink" Hope sweatshirts.
terrorism," that Negroes are also while the middle class mother Is Holden Caulfield cheated. Even Bobby Baker has been
armed, and thus "the two sides In "almost constant dialogue with known to fudge a little here and there.
already confront each other gun in her child." Unfortunately, a few years later as the industrial
hand." Recalling reports on the In the South, most of our Negroes revolution continued, bringing with it a popularizationof
current situation in Harlem and and not a few of our whites Possibly the best cheater I've known was old Clyde both cheating and finking, Clyde Hope became just
other similar Negro ghettoes in the live In slum conditions it not Hope, a former perpetual lUC who was finally aban- another one of the many cheaters and finkers. Few

North, one is uncomfortably reminded likely that they have the same dif- doned by the students, faculty and press. This gave people even remember him today.
of the recent unpleasantness ficulties as' the slum children of rise to several signs calling on students and facultyto

In Algeria. the North? 'It so, our first task ABONDON HOPE ALL YE WHO ENTER HERE. Students are now put on their honor to cheat and

This lends strong support to your Is surely to find a way to raise fink. Actually, a recent survey shows that probably
position concerning demonstra- the bottom level of our societyto no more than 75 per cent of students either
Hope was quite Ingenious in his cheating, setting a cheat or
tions; nevertheless, I agree whole- something that can pass musteras fine example for all those who come after him. Many fink, and most of this is done in the lower classes. ,'
heartedly with Mr. Addis' objec- civilization -- which means not dill come after him. Clyde Hope made several tripsto like freshman, sophomore, junior and< senior.
Just providing the food and material
tion to the notion that the student
the bathroom during tests, claiming he had Intestinal -
igoods that are lacking at that level
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should "sit back and mind his own flu. He put his in cast and auto- Several solutions
business while older and wiser but also a special program of arm a got have been suggested and I believe
education that will produce literate graphs on It, like: "Horace Greeley, mugwump, the proposal with the most merit Is the one which
heads handle the whole
thing. 1872 and "Karl Marx 1848..
would discourage cheating and encourage
Older heads have done a most Inadequate minds and alert, productive citi- finking
zens. The students tell each other that if they don't confessto
of most
job solving our
serious domestic problem, and I The question of school integra- The only problem with Clyde Hope was thatsuccessin cheating within 24 hours. .they'll get finked on.

think this failure Indicates that tion still remains--but it shouldbe cheating was meaningful only when people knew aboutIt.

younger heads might do a better asked whether it Is the primary So when he wrote the pledge, It was always: I can foresee a great, new and glorious era of ,

job -- not, however, in flinging problem. The "Integration or "Upon my honor, I cheated like hell." Usually he finking. This would also gag some of the more
themselves into Irrational action bust" position leans heavily on did not stop there, however, but added that: "Also vocal critics of the trimester system, who claim
but in exercising' their own ability such obsolete formulae as 1. those cheating were Edward Kennedy, Bobby Baker and that students don't have time to fink.
to arrive, 'at a rational solution. who think Negroes "Inferior" are
For what is most desperately suffering from "form of psychosis" -
Southerner Another suggested solution Is the proctor system.
needed Is a new examination of the and forced Integration is the shocked
This Is where Joe Proctor, a graduate assistant, sits
problem which would raise new cure, or 2. de facto difference between -
I questions and examine the unques- Negro and white do exist EDITOR: at a desk during an exam and watches to see who
tioned assumptions behind the older but are caused by segregated cheats. He has a fire hose in his hand and when he

t solutions. And this sort of schools, so that integration will I'd just like to voice my approvalof sees someone cheating, he just goes "SLURP,"
thinking is almost always the taskof again solve everything. The basic Courtland Collier's letter in with the fire hose and the student automatically
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I the younger minds. premises of these formulae have Wednesday's Alligator. I believe washes out.

To this end, I suggest the studyof been disproved, and we therefore that his letter, in addition to John A
recent appraisals of the pro need to take another look at the Askins' note, showed some depth
This quite obviously takes all the fun out of the
cess (and lack of it) made in the thinking on which we base our and thought, whereas somanypeo-
thing. Not only would It eliminate cheating but It
area of Improving the Negro's human actions. A moratorium on forced ple just get emotionally involved.I, would ,
condition: "Beyond the Melting Integration at the lowest levels of a die-hard Southerner, am shockedat probably end finking also.

Pot," by Glazer and Moyni- our society might be in order while not only the acceptance but the

han, Is a comparative study of the we concentrate on raising the cul- approval of so many of my fellow Graduates would then go out Into the world com .
fortunes of the various Immigrantgroups tural and educational level of the students on this issue. I'm gladto pletely unprepared to cheat and fink their way to
in New York City; "Fire- vast numbers of Negroes and see that there are still some success. They would be so accustomed to honesty
Bell In the Night" by Oscar Hand whites who now come out of environments who realize what motives are at that they'd probably tell the truth about products
tin and "Ten Years of Prelude"by which make literacy so the bottom of this matter. being advertised. Then the economy would collapse

Benjamin Muse deal specifically foreign and difficult that only the and Russia -- which has perfected the fink system-
with the racial crisis; "Give especially gifted can escape. For Becky Myers would take over.
Slum Children a Chance: A Radical !- the middle class and above, the
Proposal" by Charles Silber- question of private schools needsto I love you, Lionel, and
man in the May issue of Harper's be considered -- should private w I refuse to get mad at you I (( Gee, Lionel, you sur
offers a constructive solution to schools be prohibited In order to are agood '
shot I
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the problems documented by the achieve a real mixing of children BL 3
previous references. from different racial, religious and v *2ff'A '

Glazer and Silberman I have ethnic backgrounds? Or is there \

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York Times book review on the of teaching knowledge of and respect I, ,--... =
others. Handlin, according to the for those whose backgroundis '---' ,---. ..:
review, is concereed with the wid- different? Perhaps we should 19
ening gap between Negroes and consider some new ideas on this Don Ace :

whites just since the Supreme subject -- such as, for example,
Court decision of 1954. And he not special integrated summer camps LETTER
only criticizes the South for its which would be compulsory for all I

I "blatant denials of equality" and children not attending Integrated Repulse repulse
"raw Inequities," but takes to task schools. ,
Winifred Lovell
the "warped" perspecitve of civil 7AS -
rights advocates and criticizes EDITOR: of the fact that he has overtly vincing, he would not find it so
"concentration on the single issueof I am not attacking THE St. insulted the intelligence of his necessary to have the last word.
integration." He sees the cen- Better proofing Augustine Editorial (like every-. readers with his dishonest,power- Furthermore, he would not need
body else). I would like to attack
tral problem as the "vicious cir- : mad grandstand play? (c.f., Jack such a close friend In the layout
the Attacker of the
cle of the advantaged which attackers of Paar vs. Wm. Buckley on TV last department to write such ridicu
traps the Negro who has an inadequate called forrrrrEDITOR the Editorial so that he could attack season.) Those interested parties lous Inaccurate and blatantly

education, little skill and me; but personality attacksare who took the trouble to reply to "look at me I'm slaying-
no capital," and suggests that this : not supposed to be published, the first Askins St. Augustine Edi- dragons" headlines.
will not disappear with legal segre- I should like to suggest that more so I shall refrain. torial did so in good faith. This It Is editorially as well as intellectually -

gation. (The quotes are,of course, careful proofreading be given let- The front page of Wednesday'sJune faith (In getting a fair shake) was dishonest for the editor
from the review, not Handlin.) ters addressed to the editor. In ( 17) "Alligator" promises, clearly not justified. Each of the not to give his dissenters the same
Silberman's article bears this my recent letter sentences occurred "Inside: Five (count 'em?) Pagesof "attackers" tried to reply to the courtesies he grants himself on the

out from studies with slum child- In paragraphs in which they UF" Opinion on the Rights Ques- editorial in the same spirit In editorial pages.
ren In New York City which showed did not belong while others were tion. What it does not promiseis which he thought It was offered. me"
garbled broken and left with that nearly four pages of this Shouldn't this be Mr. Askins, your "excuse
that even when slum children go to no the whole Idea
"UF Opinion" Is authored by Mr. editorial (p. 6) makes a conscien
of
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the same schools with middle class (and letter)' writing?
to Justify
Askins tious (If feeble) attempt
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the eldtor's reply to let- apparently -
children, they get further and further my
ter I can only say that I found to sway UF Opinion sim- your verbosity and convince your
behind (and this also occurs By It
pompously
his ply by writing It. A neat trick initiating'"edi- readers of your sincerely.
remarks his ,
as compelling as
even where torial
they are getting special original editorial. though not original with Mr. As- exchange" (I.e., "repulsing" said little (too), and was outstand-
attention and extra help). This each letter
kins. separately), the ingly unnecessary. But don't let
it seems, is because the slum childIs Stuart Silvers editor of a
newspaper that
Assistant Professor I wonder If our editor is aware demon- stop you.
_already..,.serlousl... ."disadvantaged_ Philosophy ,,, strates not only egomania,but also After all, a little egomania Is
"' "" K "" ,. -.rMrweev IIII''W'' """ disdain for
the ability of readers escusable. But such a reckless
to form their own opinions, and lack display of editorial disregard and

I o :E I 'l of faith In his own expression of his dishonesty is not.
r. :N I 0I own opinion. Now, come on. "Repulse" me

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the JACK HORAN on election day and Jell Into a massive -

The May gubernatorial primaries vote bloc. This was reflected
We ARE our brothers' keepersDear in Florida convinced a lot of> in the first primary where the
and people that there's a surefireway race issue was limited to bland

Oily Mr. Deakin: You know that in almost any lengthy and manner of examinations givendo to win an election withouthaving remarks by Bud Dickinson, who
ent, examination to shell out $750,000. promised to lobby against the Civil
you will at some time contribute to the problems of
I believe that to some extentwe glance up from your paper, take a enforcement of the present system.For AU a smart candidate has to do Rights Bill in the Senate,and others
In society ARE our brother's "smoke break Is yell, "Negroes, Negroes, Ne., who attacked the bill because of
or Just get up and example,in the situation where
ipus keeper -- at least Insofar as the stretch. It is evidently during such some faculty members give the groes." After that, he's a shoo-in. Its extreme invasions of private

lUng acts of our "brother" encroach short breaks that violations are same examination over and over Haydon Burns did it and won property.
upon the rights and well being of observed -- and yet go unreported again year to year, or where the the Democratic nomination for When it finally dawned on a few
other members of society. I do because of the "I am minding my same examination Is given several governor. U. S. Sen. Spessard calloused politicos that the voter
not suggest that YOU proctor examinations own business attitude." You refer times to different sections In the Holland used the then pending Civ- registration drives of the past two
rial -- or that anyone proc- to the discreet cheater. Evidently same week as Is the practice in il Rights Bill to vault back into years meant that Negroes would be
itlon tor them. I do suggest only that many are not too discreet If so some R.O.T.C. courses. CertainlyIt office. Florida Attorney General voting and their ballots count
just If you DO see a violation of the many students recognize I that is difficult to expect students not Jimmy Kynes saw that the word exactly the same as a white man's,
Few Honor System or overhear that cheating goes on, and freely admit to discuss a past examination, or "Negro" had powerful magic, but then they began to get off their
!, you act in enforcing the System. that they have In fact SEEN cheat- to completely avoid their remarks called upon Its mystical force too posteriors and shout "Negro, ne-
Your role In society In not to Ing.I'm from being overheard by studentswho late. lie lost to state representative Negro, Negro."
and I look for crime being committed afraid that though I accept have not yet taken the exami- Earl Faircloth of Miami by a For example, one of the state-
ably but It Is Incumbent upon you as your combination proposal of a nation. razor-thin margin of 559 votes out wide office-seekers stumbled upona

tor's. a responsible citizen to act If you proctor-honor system as a con- Incidentally, you may be Inter- of more than 900,000 cast. letter allegedly sent out by a ..
.. happen to see a crime. I am structive criticism, I cannot agree ested to know that I received an Let's look at the runoff. After big wheel in the NAACP to a field
certainly familiar with the pres- that It has any merit. I believe anonymous letter signed I "by- the dust settled, Burns and Robert office, listing the organization'schoice
., sure in most examinations and the any such combination would defeat stander" which Included the following King High were left to slug it out. for senator, governor and
ieve lack of time to look for violations.Yet the entire EDUCATIONAL purpose statement: (referring to Burns quickly leaped on the fact attorney general. No one really
hick I constantly hear students say of having an Honor System; i.e. the Honor System) "If we lookat that High had been supported -- cared too much whether the letter :
.log they saw cheating, or witnessed that of educating students to the it more realistically and accept if not endorsed -- by the NAACP was authentic .or not, what mat-
fess stealing- -and whv doesn't someonedo responsibilities of citizenship and the fact that most everyone Burns knew High, had several tered was that It looked real. Immediately -
i ion. something about It? If they'reso taking an active, positive role In cheats (whether It Is on a test, voter-seducing planks In his plat- the copy was taken to
busy taking the exam, how In society. on a golf score, at a bridge game) form, like promising to sponsora the campaign printer who ran off
the_world do they see such things? I_do,_ however, agree that type IF GIVEN THE OPPORTUNITY, state minimum wag law of$1.25 20,000 leaflets.
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I lof The FloridaALLIGATOR--I then you might also realize that an hour, so the Jacksonville police Then a campaign worker hopped
Jre11m most people's test of their self- commissioner quickly blew an un- into an old car, rolled up his
respect is reassured by how gooda penetrable smoke sCI' en In front sleeves, practiced his best Snuffy
grade they can make in whatever of the voter's eyes. Smif drawl, and made a pony express -
manner they can make it." Although pollsters noted that journey through North and
em Burns was losing 10,000 votes a West Florida. Ills job was to
fits Editor. . . . . . . John Askins day In the waning days of the cam- distribute the handbills at every
It is this very attitude that reInforces -
who paign because he refused to debate town and crossroads he drove
my belief that we need
I he Executive Editors High television, his lead couldn'tbe through.
not an efficient proctor system,but
", Bob Thomas Benny Cason The far there "he'd shoving
p. an effective Honor System. I'm overcome. damage so "Howdy rasp, -
lIly Associate Editors as High was concerned, was done. his hand forward with a dozen
Jim afraid I have not yet quite reachedthe
Castello Ed Barber Negro leaders looked back over copies of the reprinted letter."I'd
defeatist attitude that we must
Pat Hogan Ernie Litr the election and were not disillusioned like you folks to know what the nig-
accept cheating, stealing and a
Beth Kraselsky Eunice Tall the outcome of downstate."
s complete lack of integrity as a by the gers are doing
het race, since they knew High had had
product of our modern way of life. Effective? Very.
It outside chance at best. few
an A
of still belief
Some us cling to the
Sports Editor. . . . . Martin Edwards of the discontented thought the Since Negroes constitute about
that there Is a place In society
today for ethical dealing, honesty, NAACP blundered when It pub- 20 per cent of the eligible voters
Staff Writers Integrity and self-respect -- and lished Its support for liberals in Florida, they alone cannot do
n.to John Hancock, Phil Geyer, Don Federman, Robin Lundwall, that an Honor System Is the best High, Odham and Falrcloth.: much more than spring-board can-
, Mary Ann Hansen, Rlva Goldberg, Vernon Swartsel, Liz way to exercise such principles.Thus Other Negro leaders argued that didates into primary runoffs.Then
.ts ty Brewer, Charlie Bush, Jim Carleto., Joe Kollin,Anne Richards.Bob I believe that temptation if the NAACP had not beat the the opposition can Just draw a

Set Wise and Tom Gibboney. should be reduced by the admini- drums for High, fewer Negroes "black" herring across the path of
stration of fair and reasonable would have gotten out and voted the Negro's favorite and sit back
Receptionist ....... . . . .Marsha G. Brown examinations. But at the same for him. If this is true, then the and let Southern nature take Its

time, I certainly do not favor an NAACP support was critical for course.
PRODUCTION CREW exam room with one way glass as High, since he nudged out Sen. That is, unless Florida's white
Don Addis, Nelson Meyer, Sam Shaya, Ernie Litz, Dave you refer to with approval. EvenIf Scott Kelly of Lakeland by only voters should ever split their allegiance -
Piche, Jim Neff, and Darlene Pierce. cheating under such a system 2,000 votes. 50-50 between two moder-
were completely eliminated, and High appears to have been ate candidates .. such as a Dick-
The Florida Alligator is the officUl student newspaper of the under an Honor System it to some dragged down to defeat by the very inson or a John Mathews. Then
University of Florida and is published five times weeklyexcl."pt degree subsists, I believe that the element that buoyed him into the the 20 per cent colored bloc becomes -
;. during the n.omhs cf May, June and July, when it Is price we pay for Honor is high-- runoff spot. a political wild card. Withit
published semi-weekl The Florida Alligator Is entered as Most politicians seemed to the state's
but cheap at half the price. underestimate Negroes can dealto
second-class matter at the United States Post Office at the whomever
Gerry Richman percentage of Negroes they wish and swing
Gainesville, Florida. Chancellor that would actually turn out any future election their way.

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BOB THOMAS Then there's a BARCH, which, contrary to its I Real EstateTHE .1
Executive Editor sound, Is not a gastro-intestlnal disruption, but mother's training and love with
simply a Bachelor of Architecture.A the best of care for infants and
There's sure a lot of BS'ers going around campus BEE is not an insect but a Bachelor of Electrical ADDIS FARM In Reddick, small children. Cool,comfortablehome.
these days. (not to be confused with those engagedIn Engineering. A MAT Is not a mat at all, but Mastersof 5 acres, CCB house, 3 bedrooms, Can furnish references.FR
the refined art of extended discussion.) Art in Teaching.And fireplace, screen porch, big lawn, 6-7673. (M-151-3t-c).
By BS'ers I mean those students having receivedor when you talk about MPH, you might not 6 outbuildings, great shade trees,
about to receive their BS or Bachelor of Science necessarily mean miles per hour. You might also close to schools, 30 four-lane ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A DIF-
degrees. mean Master of Physical Education and Health. minutes from campus. On state FERENT KIND OF ENTERTAIN-
Indeed, if you ever stopped to think about it, From business administration to occupational ther- highway, fenced all around, new MENT? The Gainesville Minia-
the UF gives out more kinds of degrees than Heinz apy to forestry to landscaping to community planning electric well.United Farm Agency, ture Raceway offers just that!
has beans. In fact, the UF recently listed in a to you Just about name It -- this university seemsto Ocala 629-7284. (I-151-tf-nc). All the fun of real racing but at
clrrcular that it confers some 64 different types have it. a price you can afford. We're
of degrees. The only trouble is with all this different degrees Large 3 BR, 2 bath, CCB home, open all day and all night and it
Stopping to run down this list, it looks like a cap floating around, you better be careful when filling central heating, hardwood floors, never costs a thing to come and
and gown version of a cross-word puzzle. Some of out job applications.You'd Florida room, full appliances.Lo- watch. Big races every Wednesdayand
the degrees form words, others sounds and still better make it clear to your prospective cated near Littlewood. Terms to Saturday nights. We're located -
others Intriguing conglomerations of academic what- employer exactly what kind of sheepskin you're suit buyer. Owners moving out of upstairs in the old Pi Kap-
chamacallits. lugging around with you. state. Call 372-3793. (I-151-llt-p). pa Phi house at the corner of

For example, one degree is a MAARCH. On first If you put down that you've got a BMTE (metallurgy 13th St. and University Ave. (M-
glance, one may mistake this for an advanced degreeIn ), BAGE (ag engineering), or DED (Dr. of Ideal home for young couple or 148-5t-c).
ROTC. Actually, it's a Masters of Arts in Archi- education), you better spell It out. I small family 3 BR, 1 bath, CBS;
tecture. All-in-all, it seems we're in an age of specialty. low down payment, no qualifying, NESTOR'S TV SERVICE was
Another degree is BASE -- Bachelor of Aero- What ever happened to the good old three R's. I no closing, only $59.00 per month. forced to move. Now located at
space Engineering. guess they went up with Sputnik. 1609 S. E. 39th PI. Appliances 232 S. E. 1st St., west of Old
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BOB MOUNTS Last year one large Gainesville South Dakota celebrates the holiday I Relative to what the Florida has shown In the past

clothing store had "decked its just about this time of year, few months"The Chalk Garden" has been their most

Merry Christmas! halls" even before Homecoming.It precisely for this reason. Maybe I Interesting entry. However, let It be known that the
That's right. Your eyes haven't "kinda makes you sick," doesn'tIt if we celebrated a quiet "Second review of this movie has been made possible throughthe
deceived you. I really did say ? Christmas" now we would all be a munificence of another local downtown theatre.

"Merry Christmas," and today is We students have an additional little nicer, a little kinder, anda This other theatre believes as I do that a reviewerIs

only June 30. problem -- final exams. That's little more tolerant of our fellow- entitled to a "no questions asked" pass (tax free
It's just over six months since why the annual tree-lighting cere- man. at that), that he Is entitled to review any movie he
the last one and slightly less than mony and "Christmas on Campus" It's even more appropriate to pleases, and that his views should not necessarily

six months until the next one, yet program comes so early--usually celebrate in June this particularyear reflect public taste. Apparently,the Florida disagreeswith
somehow, It seems equally appro- about Dec. 6.: '-That's also why because last Christmas, for all or part of this view and has taken appropriate

priate to wish you "Merry Christ some irate students write lettersto most of us, was just a little bit action. Up until this latest movie, I have been willing
mas" now. Unfortunately, In our the Alligator complaining about sadder than usual without John- to ignore their movies (that Is what they call them) ---

time Christmas is not a day buta "those infunnel bells" which interrupts John's dad around.So as they have been willing to ignore me. But I suspectedthis

season, a season of rampant their studying. In spiteof this morning If you want to one would be good,and thus explaining the situation
commercialism. the "infunnel bells" it's stilla surprise your friends and shake to the other theatre, I was granted the necessary fundsto
It seems as though this com- worthwhile event and at least them out of their Tuesday morning see this movie.

mercial season comes earlier each It's non-profit. complacency, just put on a big,
year and stays longer. How many I'mwishingyou "Merry Christ- bright smile and wish them Merry
Now for the movie. As with most good Hollywood
Christmas parades have you seen mas" now because we are free Christmas! ,'
:M flics finds themself about Its
on Thanksgiving day? Before from all that. It's my under- After all, there's only 153 one talking gerterall-
Thanksgiving? Before Halloween? standing that one small town in shopping days left. ties rather than Its specifics. And so, though there
,.' are several symbols In this movie (like the chalk
garden being compared to the child's situation),

everything Is so simply presented as to keep a
public satisfied and this revelwer Incapable of saying

'th. ...s : :aI eI"1e a. much.

by REID POOLE head of UF.music department
Anyway, let this be taken down. The movie Is well-

acted, tightly controlled, though having a tendency to
overplay the climax before It actually occurs. The

dialogue Is creditable, and the characters are skillfully -

5k developed, particularly the unloved child and the

overbearing grandmother. In short, a fine movie no,

Chamber music scheduled tonight :1 but definitely worth a look.

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One other quick note. In three weeks, a,truly Important -
: movie comes to this town. .at that other

theatre of course. The movie Is Truffaut's "Shoot
The Brask-Schieber Duo Robert schiober "The Mikado" and "Iolanthe." Vocal soloists
violist;;; fore, "
The Piano Player, and In the words of a noteworthy
and Wlllard Brask assisted Harriet include David Corson tenor and Sandra Smith
pianist; by Brask,, ,soprano. critic, David Namredef, this Him Is "the most Important -
mezzo-soprano; and Jerry Nell Smith, clarinetist, Peter Zinober, euphonium,baritone horn,soloist, contribution to the cinema in modern times.. .
will present a concert of chamber music In the air. will be featured in the famous solo by Herbert {
a movie which has opened the camera to a whole new
conditioned Medical Center Auditorium Clarke "Stars In a Velvety Sky." Other band
tonight at 8:15 I selections dimension of experience." More on this film later.. .
The University of Florida Summer Gator Band, Include the descriptive "North Sea Overture" MUCH more. p
under the baton of Richard W.Bowles,and the Summer. by Ralph Hermann and the "Suite of Old American
Choral Union directed by Webb will t Dances" by Robert seU Bennett.
Guy presenl _........
another in the series of outdoor concerts on the
Also correction to last week's "Cleo-
closing
Plaza of the Americas, Wednesday evening, July 1, a
at 6:45. patra" review. Plato could not have possibly have
contributed to this movie since we all now know that
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There is no charge for either of these concerts
fTPr he lived a wee bit before the events of this movie.A .
The public Is cordially Invited to attend. :
case of mistaken identity.
CHAMBER MUSIC PROGRAM
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Tonight's chamber music concert offers delightful :>?t.tf ':m" '. ":, wv _
variety, both In performing media, and In musical
style. Schieber and Brask will offer the Suite LETTER

Hebraique, by Ernest Bloch, a work rich in that
composer's intensely emotional and nationalistic style, S
which Is contemporary, and yet, evocative of feelingsand Guardians of moralityEDITOR I
ties extending back through centuries of man's

history.

Harriet Brask joins the Duo to present Brahms' -Special Fourth of July Music will Include a little- : versity (and hence the tax-payer)
"Zwei Gesange fur eine Altstimme mit Bratsche of money. But if he cheats on an
known march written by Stephen Foster called "Santa
I wonder whether Mr. Richman
und Klavier 91. The two are entitled exam and gets away with It,he will
songs
opus Ana's Retreat from Buena Vista" and a medley of and guardians tern
Company, pro. graduate and take a degree even
"Gestillte Sehnsucht" and "Gelstllches wiegenlied.
by George M. Cohan entitled "Star Spangled
songs
of the public morality, are aware
though be known nothing except how
Clarinetist will
Jerry Nell Smith and the Duo present Spectacular."
Mozart's Trio in E flat Major, K 498, which exploits LOOKING AHEADOn that there is a most scandalous to cheat. This will harm the repu-
in the main
In the of Mozart's classical style; Indecency going on tation of every student, past, pre-
perfection Tuesday, July 7, the Lyceum Council presents
of the
library? Apparently, some
sent future who is in
the unique sonorities of the three instruments. or any way
Marilyn Dubow, violinist. Now In her early twenties librarians have taken exception to connected with the University of
TWILIGHT CONCERTThe Miss Dubow first appeared with the New York Phil the Richman-Mounts Hypothesis
Florida by undercutting the intrinsic -
Choral Union, accompanied by the Gator Band harmonic when she was eleven. She received a special (which postulates that Florida students value, of his degree.
will offer Pfautsch's "Canticle to Peace award at the Second International TschaikowskyCompetition -
Lloyd a don't need to be proctored But since the all-wise ones have
.setting of the poem by John Greenleaf Whittier, In Moscow and has also been a winner in the during exams), and have taken It seen fit not to proctor exams, it
and also selections from Gilbert Sullivan's "Pina- Paganlnl Competition in Italy. upon themselves to examine the seems reasonable that this book-

students' briefcases or whateveras checking, which anticipates a less-
the innocents file out. ThisIs
Patronize
er crime should cease.
Go All The Way by Air surely a terrible violation of Obviously, the librarians are ....

Gator the spirit, if not Indeed the letter, guilty, and for all we know they
Ask About Our Student Discount Plan of the Honor Code. may be part of the insidious Leftist
@ Advertisers After all, if a student steals a Flourldatlon conspiracy. (Better

Fly South CentralTO book, he only derives" the Unl- check with the Right-Wingers on

---- that; my knowledge of fanatics is

"Where Your Friends Are Every Night"JOIN limited). At any rate, the librarians -
CONNECTIONS TO
JACKSONVILLE FOR
must go! .;.
Atlanta, Chicago, New York, Washington and suggest that they be fired and
THE WASH PARTYSAVE then turned over to the Honor Court
all points. for trial. The members of that

august tribunal should be happy for

Departures for Jacksonville -'7:35 am 2:40 pm 50% ON YOUR LAUNDRY the chance to work over some real
sceptics, provided the culprits
Return flights to Gainesville 12:30 pen 4:30 pm come under their Jurisdiction. U ..r

Gator Groomer Coin Laundry not, we might try the Star Chamber,
Charter Service Air! Freight the Inquisition,or the Zuber P.T.A.
Call|, for Reservations: I understand they'll take almost
Adjoining University Post Office
FR6-4641 (downtown) anybody.
r R6-8437 (Airport) Charles Webster, 4AS



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f Page 8 The Florida Alligator TuesdayJune 30,1964_
BOOKS I
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4847484 ? Some figure

United Tress International
When the first cave man lookedup sizes in each pattern package,
from the animal he was skinning and are Intended to make it easy One Day in the Afternoon of occurred to man that those liv- drafty castle of another mad
and dropped his flint to for sewers to get the fit they expect the World, by William Saroyan ing in the present had not only aristocrat and ultimately finds'
whistle, It was probably at a little from "couture" garments. aiarcourt, Brace & World their own knowledge to drawon himself the protege of a harpyso
gal whose measurements What type of "perfect" figuredo $4.951 : Saroyan takes a look at but the accumulation of the demanding as to make the
48"-47"-46." or so our earliest you have? Here Is a list of the meaning of life through the wisdom of the ancients and Old Man of the Sea seem a cas-
statue, a Venus carved by the Lake main categories that have reignedin eyes of his main character In thus had progressed. He shows ual acquaintance.A .
Dwellers of Switzerland 70,000 the past, with some notes on this novel, Yep Muscat. Yep is how this prepared for the phi- profitless' encounter with
years ago, suggests. kinds of clothes McCall's suggestsfor successful playwright, although losophers of the Enlightenment the British welfare state leads
deeply in debt to the who expected this fund of Riley to a philosophical formulation
While the Eskimos and some bringing your "perfection" up
to tax collector. He has reached knowledge to lead to human the Law of the First
date
other peoples still consider a nice :
the age of 47, is separated from perfection through the exerciseof Step to the effect that "To get
delight to the Venus de Milo: To scale downa
chubby figure a eye
have to have
his actress wife who has custodyof reason. Kahler's style is clearbut anything you
and a status symbol for the hus- Venus' magnificent proportions, their two children, and is beginning his ideas are complicated, something: a suit of clothes, the
band, the fashion in figure pro-, choose vertical or diagonal lines, to feel the loneliness of and this book is not recom- price of a first drink In the pub,
portions has changed considerablysince fairly dark or grayed colors, dull middle age and to wonder what mended for the casual reader. an ingratiating manner, sufficient
that first Venus reigned. By finished fabrics. Use touches of has become of the dreams of food or drink or money to
the time the Greeks had perfectedthe color near the face. Wear slim earlier years and of the years give you confidence to acquire
art of statue making, their or slightly flared skirts. Look themselves. During a week's visit The Life of Riley, by Anthony more. ."
standards were of handsome size for surplice closings in bodices to New York Yep renews Cronin (Knopf $4.95): In this, There is some sharp satirical
and modern proportion.The and softly draped effects. Scale acquaintance with his ex-wife his first' novel Cronin has ac- comment in "The Life of Riley,"
Venus de Milo, a beauty accessories, hats; bags, jewelry, and their children as well as complished the tricky task of especially concerning the sort
1 of 2,200 years ago, whose homeis to your size. Avoid horizontal with Zak, an old friend who allows making sub-marginal living In of Englishmen who live in. Ire-
him to hark back to their land and tho sort of Irishmen
Dublin and London highly
In the Louvre in Paris, Is six stripes or design lines.
common Armenian antecedents.The comic. who live In England. For the
feet, seven Inches tall, and has Dapper Flapper: Slim on top,
establishes most part though, the book is
story a some- Cronin's hero, Patrick Riley,
vital statistics of 51"-38"-47." hardly there at the bottom, and
k what sadly reminiscent mood in enters the story as a poor but a weirdly comic romp (unless
According to some calculations, with good knees, this was the Idealof which Yep decides that love 01'the honest clerk rejoicing in the you stop to think about it).
had the'modeft Venus been fire the 20's. fashions "in"
r Her are
lack of it is all that life is title of "assistant to the secre-
foot six inches tall, she would have again today, but the 1964 Flapperhas about. tary" of a grocers' trade asso- AF recruiters hereAn
measured about 42l2"31l2"and a more obvious figure under ciation.He .
39-plus," which Is chubbier it. You can, too, with a little The Meaning of History, by soon gives up grocing, Air Force officer selection
\ than today's perfect figure is expected planning. Erich Kahler (George Braziller however, in favor of cadging team from the 350D USAF recruiting -
I to be.Likewise Wear two-piece costumesbouffant $5> : History's meaning for deciding that as he spends a lot group, Robins Air Force
w though Venus de Milo skirts, dresses with wide front modern man is the theme of of time in any case in a bar fre- Base, Ga., will bislt the universityon
is often quoted as the most perfectly panels, wide belts, cummerbunds, this complex book by a leading quented by deadbeats he might Wednesday and Thursday. The
proportioned beauty In the light colors, bright colors, crisp scholar. He traces not only his- as well be a beneficiary' as a team will be located In the main
world, there have been many per- stand-away fabrics.To torical developments but the patron. cafeteria from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
iods in history when she was not appear more "all there" on growth of ideas including the From there his course is both days.
only chubbier than the current top, wear the blouson bodice, hip basic one that history exists. downhill most of the way, but College seniors Interested In
This was not always so; even the miserable his plight
beauty coin, but just plain not the length overblouses, yokes, soft today more becoming Air Force officers may
primitive
many peoples becomes the more ludicrous
I right build. fullness at the neckline, drapingin make no distinction between the Cronin makes it appear. apply within 210 days of gradua-
She was too full-blown for the the bodice. Interesting neck- present the myths and history. The grotesques Riley meets tion. Opportunities are availablein
1 ancient Egyptian ideal, and a lines will be more flattering. And, Kahler, in following the unfold- along the way include an aris- the scientific, engineering, administration -
f N\ fashionable escort of the 1920's of course, you can purchase 1964 ing of ideas, returns his readerto tocratic English landlord who and technical fields
I wouldn't have been caught dead proportions In your lingerie de- the restricted thinking of really supports himself by paving \ for male and female seniors.Pilot
with her. He whistled only at girls partment.- past ages. In his study of the bring-your-own-beer parties and navigation training Is also
who were straight up and down. Marie Antoinette: While her Idea of progress, for example, every night and cashing in the open to male applicants with any
Two and a half decades before tiny, tiny waist is not not being he shows how it was not until empty bottles the next day. type of degree. For further information -
that, the wolf whistles were for stressted today, it still has romantic the early Middle Ages that it He also is the guest in a visit the selection team.

girls who were all bosom with leg- connotations, so don't hide
of mutton sleeves--and the decadein it, emphasize Itl!
between, fashionable clothes Wide belts, cummerbunds,color o 0
seemed designed primarily to emphasize contrast in bodice and skirt will all
square waistlines.In call attention to your waspwaist.Fit .
the early 1800's, Josephine. your bodice smoothly, weara
Napoleon's Creole Empress, seta full skirt that flows from the
standard for the Empire beauty waist. WMTEDALERT
which required no waist at all. Bustle Belle: To bring this
C But Marie Antoinette, who lost her earlier beauty feature into line,
head to those who let Napoleon use smoothly fitted, flared, goredor
i become Emperor, cinched her box-pleated skirts. Avoid
waist In a breathtaking way (some pocket details, blouses and jackets
ladles allegedly died of too-tight- which cut across the figure, shinyor
ly-laced stays). clinging fabrics. Keep the
However, Marie could hide as center of interest high--call attention -
much bottom as she cared to carry away from the natural bust-
under the gigantic pannier skirtsof le below. Stay away from straight
the period. skirts which emphasize your pro-
Today's "perfect" figure is portions.
much closer to the proportions in Attention to these fashion sug-
1 which most female figures come gestions will trick the eye into
I naturally. seeing a modern figure In your
However, McCall's expert on type of beauty says Meg.
figure fitting, Meg Carter, pointsout But whatever type of "perfec-
that this statement is a fallacy.So tion" you have, don't consider it
many female figures are actually a detriment. Remember that your
two sizes that McCall's has figure problem was a beauty assetof
i publicly recognized the fact by some historic era, and chooseor
launching a new line of patterns sew the type of clothes that
called "Adjust For You." These will make it today's beauty assetas
provide home sewers with two well.



Ii Dairymen to meet at UF I IUF



dairy experts have invited concerned with a detailed consid-
all segments of the dairy Industryto eration of the court action and its
meet on the campus here July significance as well as a careful
7-8 for a review of the recent look at the national pattern of STUDENT: SALESMEN FOR THE
federal court ruling Involving milk production which may affect "
t
Florida's milk Industry.The market opportunities here in ''
STUDENT PUBLICATIONS :
dairy meet will open at Florida.
1:30 p.m. July 7 in McCarty Hall He explained that the role of

Auditorium and conclude at noon the university in this meeting is * * ADVERTISING STAFF* * *
the next day. to aid in analyzing this situationand
to explore alternate courses of
Dr. E. T. York, Jr., provostfor action so that the dairy industrycan CALL UNIVERSITY EXTENSION 2832 OR DROP IN ROOM 9,

agriculture, said the U. S. determine for Itself the best FLORIDA UNION, TO MAKE AN INTERVIEW APPOINTMEREWARD
District Court decision which was course of action.
handed down in Tallahassee on June The major: emphasis of the meetIng -

11 and which would discourage or York said, will be focused on
prevent any regulation of inter- the need for close cooperation by

state commerce Involving milk, all areas of the dairy industry in
has raised many Important ques- working out a solution which will
tions about the future of the dairy be in the best interest of all .
Industry in Florida. segments of the dairy Industry as -
Ycrk said "This meeting will be well as the consuming public.





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