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Title: The Florida alligator
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runningFree


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bus transportation to Camp
Wauburg was announced yesterdayby \. s

Student Government Secretaryof to

Married Student Affairs Bill

Slippy. "The service will last

through the end of July and we will
H
be taking note of the number of \ ?

students who take advantage of It," e ;

said Slippy.

fall Expansion will depend of on the the service effectiveness In the Q SHE DIDN'T WIN IN SARASOTA, BUT

of the trial bus. The bus will cost (SEE STORY BELOW)

Student Government about $40 per D -

week.
Students wishing to ride the bus

will need only to present their IJ>.
cards. Faculty and student wives
ALLIGATOR
may ride by showing their cards.

Children must te: accompanied by

an adult but will also ride free.

William Rlon, director of the

Florida Union, told Slippy that the FloridaGainesville
of
University Friday, July 3, 1964
Florida Union would watch to see

how well the bus service operated.He .
Indicated that if the trial was

successful, the Union would prob-
ably take over the bus from stu-

dent Government on a pay basis.

Bus service to Wauberg, the UF

owned camp and lake, has been BIG 4th by FU We love her
tried in the past. According to Rion anyway

and Slippy, poor publicity was the How about aa ol1-t AShloned 4th

... major cause of its failure. "We of Juy? That's what the Florida
are printing enough schedules to be Union is offering to the campus

posted on campus to overcome this' population tomorrow at Camp Wau By PHIL HEVENER

problem," said Tom Freeman, burg from 1.6 p.m.

Secretary of Public Relations.The "Because of the trimester, alot SARASOTA -- "It's an experience I'll never for-
bus schedule. is as follows of families are kept on campusfor get," was the way 21-year-oldSharonTestydescrl
for the rest of the weekends In the 4th of July weekend," the Miss Florida Pageant.

July: said Herman Greene, chairman of Here In Sarasota as Miss University of Florida,

-" SATURDAY the Florida Union Recreation Com- the brown haired education major overflowed in burst
Leave the Hub--10 a.m., 11 a.m., mittee. "Therefore, we have of words and smiles as she told of the telegrams and

4 p.m., 5 p.m. planned a program which empha- good wishes of the campus which had been sent her; II\
Return from Wauburg--10:30 a.m., sizes the children as well as the way during the pageant held here last week.

11:30 a.m., 4:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m. students." "You've got to be sure and thank Ken Kennedyand

SUNDAY The Union Is advertising a lazy, all the students for everything," she told a re-
Leave the Hub--1 p.m., 2 p.m., unfilled afternoon" with pony porter. "They were Just wonderful."

4:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m. rides, clowns, free candy and balloons "I got a telegram from Ken and the student body

Return from Wauburg--l:30 p.m., horseshoes, ping-pongvol. just before the start of the first night of competition,
2:30 p.m., 5 p.m., 6 p.m. leyball and badminton: along with and then a dozen roses came the following evening."

the regular picnic and boating fa- Sharon scored on the first night of the Pageant,

cilities. named one of the top three girls competing that nightIn


I Curfew extended for FrolicsIt The evening 32 Miss gowns.Florida contestants were divided into

red, white and blue groups, with each alternating In

swim suit, evening gown and talent competition on

"Tickets will be available, as long as they last, successive nights.
was announced this week by the Office of Student
daily from 11:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. in front of the The pageant concluded Saturday night with blonde
Affairs that the normal Friday night curfew of 1:00 a.m.
Main Library and the Campus Club," said Miss 17-year-old Prlscllla Schnarr, Miss Hollywood, receiving -
In the women's residence halls has been extended
Stoddard. "They will also be on sale to the general the queen's crown from out-going Flora Jo ''I
until 1:30 a.m.Friday July lOth for"SuT ner Frolics.
public at selected downtown merchants starting on Chandonett.
"It that a fine function has been pre-
appears very
Monday July 6th." Sharon added the Information that about a half- '
pared and that students will want to remain at the
Ace Cannon, one of the nations leading jazz alto dozen of her Delta Gamma sorority sisters were
dance until the closing time of 1:00 a.m., said Dr.
sax men, and the featured artist at Frolics this year able to make It to Sarasota for a couple of nights of
Lester L. Hale, dean of student affairs.
has release Great Pretender the competition.
"The
currentlyout
a new ,
next
Ticket sales will continue on campus through
In the local area and it has already climbed into "They wrote me just before I left North Carolinato
week according to Janet Stoddard; ticket chairman.
the top twenty after only two weeks. come down here for the contest, asking about

"Cannon has(one of the finest sounds around in the tickets."

.. '." contemporary field and I expect, this record to keep Miss Testy is attending the University of North

r'1. climbing, not only locally but nationally as well," Carolina this summer, "just for a change."

said Dutch Schaffer local Disc Jockey for radio

,: : station WUWU. H

: .%,. '. Hi
1"f "The Legends, the other band featured on the Frolics i

\ ::'f program are a new young group out of Miami," Save these mothers childrenThree

,, :' said Schaffer. "They have a Warner Bros recording ,
R p' rNa
contract and their first record was released just
,"I'.(>,1 this past Tuesday. "It's really to early to tell what

< .1 the response will be but one thing is sure," Schaffer i

said, "Warner Bros doesn't give contracts to just

anybody."
iI In keeping with the overall idea of a relaxed summer
I
while at the same time attempting to have somethingfor

everyone, several.different kinds of dance contests
iI I will be held with prizes to the winners. There will

also be several door prize drawings throughout the

I evening with merchandise certificates from the

Gainesville business community.The .

Town Criers, a new young folk-singing group
I from Georgia Tech will round out the program with

two chows during the evening.
female cats, one of.them are too young to leave their mother.
"They are unknown around here but they reallyset
a mother and four kittens Therefore who wants
,
property anyone a
the SUSGA (Southern Universities Student Govern
of Alligator cartoonist Don Adkitten has to take a mother too.
ment Association) convention on fire In New Orleans
dis, ue destined Tuesday for the Fortunately all the mothers will
In April, said Ken Kennedy, UF student body presi-
Gainesville Animal Shelter -- the nurse any of the*" kittens.
dent. "The Brandywlne Singers were the featured
overcrowded Gainesville Animal Cynics have laughed at our optimism.
group and they were well received but the Criers
Shelter -- unless students open Prove them wrong. Show
really went over big.
their hearts and homes them UF people do have a heart.
think have sound that to
1 they really a appeals
ACE CANNON AND HIS SAX all collegeglans," Kennedy said. The kittens, about a week old, Contact Addis before 'l'UesdlJlFree !

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2 The Florida Alligator FridayJuly 3,1964 bequest everReceipt
UF receives largest
i|jMBBBMHBB HBBBBIHB8BBHBnHBIWB1MagpiaBliiiMMagiBtiMi>j"ji
used for undergraduate, graduateor a past president of the Alumni
of the ,largest bequestIn As
grad shall not sociation and practicing MelbourJattorney
Murdered UF the history' of the universitywas professional study,
revealed recently to the University's exceed $1,000 per year each and to represent the founda.
Alumni Association Executive shall not be extended or continuedto tion In settling the estate.It .
Council. students who fall to maintain is anticipated that portions of
was Very popular'Glen passing grades.Dr. the bequest will be received by t the
Anderson said that the foundation foundation and available for
award
The bequest Is estimated to be
had appointed L.C.Crofton, of scholarships by the fall of 1955,
in excess of $800,000 and will be
used for scholarships. Dr. Clyde

0. Anderson,St.Petersburg physi- Crosby new presidentof
cian and president of the Univer-
sity of Florida Foundation, announced -
the bequest.The .
Pensacola collegeNamed

funds were bequeathed to
the foundation by the late Frede-
rick W. Brecht of Melbourne.The by the State Board of Education as president of the
total estate has been appraised new upper level state university In Pensacola was UF Dean of
by attorneys handling the University Relations and Development Harold B. Crosby
will, "in excess of one million Dr. J. Broward Culpepper, executive director of the State
/ dollars," with a one-third dowerto Board of control, which nominated Crosby; said that he was
\fr4 Mrs. Brecht,and the remainderto "unusually well qualified" for the $18,000-a-year post.
the foundation. Crosby practiced law In Pensacola before serving as circuit
judge of the First Judicial Circuit 195560.He .
According to Anderson, the will resigned from the bench to become professor of law at
directs the foundation to establishthe UF In 1960. Subsequently, he was appointed assistant dean of
Frederick W. and Grace P. the College of Law, then was named Dean of University Relations -
Brecht Scholarship Fund and and Development In 1962.

r specifies that the foundation turn The new university will be open to juniors and seniors, and
L. Monroe, 23-year-old recent graduate of UF over to this scholarship fund three- will offer limited graduate study. It Is expected to open Its
was found shot to death on a remote part of Seminole fourths of the net Income from the doors to students by September 1967.
Beach, east of Jacksonville, Monday morning. Monroe trust for a period of 21 years.
received his Master's degree In Education June 18. The remaining one-fourth is to be -
The body was found by three teenage girls. According added to the principal and followingthe HC jobs open
to sheriff's detective J. C. Pattrick, Monroe 21-year period all Income is to
had been shot once In the back of the head and In the be used for the scholarship fund. Applications for Homecoming
back. His wallet and car were missing. positions are now being acceptedIn NOTICEThe

While at the university Monroe was very active, In Terms of the will provide that the Florida Blue Key Office,
Gleemen, UF's male choir, and Sigma Phi Epsilon preference for scholarships be General Chairman Norwood Gay

fraternity ,since 1961. He was the fraternity's song shown students of Brevard County, announced today. Positions are Student Publications i
leader and was the leader and organizer of a jazz who are of "good moral characterand available on the Gator Growl staff
combo which entertained on campus. habits and who practice the and other divisions of Home- business office, Room 9,

Alvin Alsobrook, ass't director of Alumni Affairs Christian faith." They may be coming. Florida Union, will i be:
and a close friend of Monroe's, said, "Glen was an Interested persons may obtain
extreme extrovert -- was very, very popular. Everyone application forms at Room 314 of closed today, Friday,
loved him; he was extremely talented." JM School the Florida Union from 1 p.m. July 3. .
"He was the kind of guy who told jokes In dialects; 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
you know. lie was a great guy."
E. J. Keister, professor of music, and also a close reaccreditedThe
friend, said, "We (the Gleemen) feel a deep personalloss.

Glen had the highest respect In the choir bothas University Tuesdayrecelved I
a person and as a musician. He was one of the word of renewed accreditation for 71/
most In the choir."
popular boys Its School of Journalism and Com
Funeral services were held at 10:30a.m.WednesdayIn munications.
the Southside Baptist Church in Jacksonville. Mon-
The American
Council on Edu- INFANT'S SHOP
roe's fraternity brothers and members of the choir cation for Journalism approved 'I L/

attended., Monroe Is survived, by his parents, Mr. and again the university's advertising, Street Floor
Mrs. G. C. Monroe Jr. pf Jacksonville and a married news-editorial, and general radio
sister also of Jacksonville.
and television course sequences, MAfUAL$
according to Baskett Mosse, exe- sr
cutive secretary of the accrediting
committee.The .

SX house opens in fallFive committee evaluates ,
journalism schools over the coun- 1 rr dn ,

years of dreams and efforts on the part of alumni and active try every five years and approvesor

chapter of the Sigma Chi Fraternity will be rewarded this fall with withholds accreditation. U\, 1
the completion of the largest per-square-foot area fraternity houseIn Mosse also announced the elec-
the South. tion of Rae 0. Weimer, directorof

The $300,000 house Is being constructed on Fraternity Row next the School of Journalism, to
to the TEP House and Is scheduled for completion1 September 1. It alternate membership on the accrediting -

will feature central air-conditioning and heat, carpeting, Danish committee.

modern furnishings, screened-in-outdoor patio, library party room,
chapter room and recreation room, and will be equipped with a complete WHAT'S
self-service center consisting of kitchen and laundry facilities. GET.. A HUGE
Harris Construction Company of Gainesville Is the contractor and NEWIN
architecture Is by Kemp Architecture Firm of Jacksonville. The houseis 11x14 WALL
designed so that one wing will house undergraduates with a separate THE JULYATLANTIC $100PORTRAIT
wing for seniors and graduates. There will be housing facilities for 58
men and a housemother. ?
Funds for construction of the house have been raised by donationsand
by the Constantine Foundation, headed by Delton Scudder and UF "Disturbed Americans": A Special
Supplement on M.ntlllllneSl reportson
President J. Wayne Reitz. College Students In Trouble (1 out
According to SX President Vernon Swartsel, the official opening will of every 9 needs medical leave, hospltallzatlon. -
be In late September when outstanding alumni from all parts of the or psychiatric treatment).
Plus The Meaning of Mental Illness,
state will gather to dedicate the house. The Child's Changing Brain, Treat.
m.nt In England and America, Pay
. chlatrlsts and the Poor, and other
timely reports.

ALSO: "Peter Ustinov Speaking to
REVITALIZEyour Henry Brandon" How Ustinov came
to be the man he is actor,playwright
novelist,director and producer In films,
radio, television, and on the stage.
Summer BusinessUSE
Bergen Evans: "Milk, Beads, Thongs,
and the Spiral Nebulae" The strangeuse
of words In describing
the Incomprehensibletheories
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3,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3



Players' 'Rope'



matches young, i


older actorsMaking r


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his first guest performance 1 i1
with the Florida Players Is 1r
Dr. David Lane, associate pro- ... -
fessor of education. A highly experienced /
actor, Lane will appearIn 'I/I'
the Florida
Players productionof
"S \;
"Rope" as Rupert, an icono- S ;.1
clastic poet, whose unraveling ofa '
brutal crime he himself had unwittingly -
influenced, shocks him : ,
into a social responsibility. \.:: .
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A native New Yorker, Lane pos
sesses a lengthy list of theatrical
credits. Local audiences know him gr r'hiq (
through his several appearanceswith =
Gainesville Little Theatre,
most recently In the principal role
of Ibsen's "An Enemy of the Peo-
ple."
1 4a k

Also making their first appear-
ances on the stage of Norman
Hall Auditorium are Alan Henderson
2UC, and Zalman New Mark,
4AS. They bring to the highly
charged roles of two young Intellectual
criminals a variety of Dr. David Lane rehearses a scene from 'Rope Florida Players' upcoming production.
performing experiences.
Henderson worked with the Play-
makers of the University of North

Carolina Charlotte and, North while in Carolina high schoolat won Blood bank needs more donorsBy

several best acting awards.
PHIL BROOKSTONE heart operation Is"B*,"found onlyin Persons donating one unit ot bank will have a new director, D
Zalman's awards range from debate 8.5 per cent of the population. blood or pledging to donate If call William Sunderman of Jefferson
to poetry reading contests, Emergency) Open heart opera- Only staff members, university ed upon, Insure their blood needs Medical College in Philadelphia.
and like Henderson, stated his enthusiasm tion. Rare blood type needed. personnel, and students are calledto for three years. The cost for blood lie replaces Dr. John B. Henry
about working with Lane. Must have ten donors In short donate. will be subtracted from total hos- who leaves for Syracuse Univer-
"Casting the student actor opposite time period. "If one out of three students pital costs. Individuals may donate sity in New York state.
the older, experienced actor The UF Blook Bank,In the Medi- plus friends and relatives of patients for another person. The blood bank, at times, has
is a solid learning experiencefor cal Center, directs this pres- would donate, the blood If one unit of blood is donatedby received blood from as far as
the young actor," explained surized situation with veteran ease bank's needs would be satisfied," a family, the Insurance Is for Chicago and Texas. I
director Richard Mason, "and' and efficiency. said the bank's head technician. one year. Coverage la for the
many university theatres do so All donors must be telephonedand Donated blood is measured In husband, wife, and children under
whenever the opportunity presents put through a checking process. units. A unit Is approximatelyone 21 dependent on the parents.A FR 6-8223
Itself." The Interval between knowing pint. In one week, 18 unitsof campus group may open an
there's an emergency and beginning freshly drawn blood are needed. account under this plan. They FRANK'S AUTO CLINIC
Veteran players featured in Rope the operation Is three Donors are divided Into three may draw upon their account as 1311 N.W. 5th Avenue
are Marty Ferguson, 2UC, Don hours. Ten donors file throughthe categories. deposits permit.A .
Demree 3AS, Don Albury,4AS, Lea blood bank In these hours. In Professional donors are expected Flavet Village section will GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
Gramling, 4AS, and Peggy Dean, other Instances, more donors are to give blood when the bank replenish their account this Sat-
4ED. It opens Wednesday evening, needed with less time for process- calls them. Most students are urday. The group of 50 will be
15 July. Ing. The blood type for this open professional donors. processed through the bank' in SPECIAL ATTENTION to
Volunteer donors are not called four hours. students and all university -
by the bank but come at their The bank's most difficult time
personnel. We
now
convenience. Their donations are of the year Is during the summer
usually credited to personal ac- and the DecemberJanuaryperlod.The employ two full-time
counts. summer shortage of students experienced mechanics
Se t What's Ntw II Registered donors are called at works a real hardship on the bank. ,
any time, night or day. Beginning August 1, the blood if you are having car

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Letter to Albert ,

Page 4 The Florida Alligator Friday, July 3,1964. .

I Dear Penpal, U. .A. and the world who like

i II you looked awfully sleepy our stars, shows, people,
lUI11J'W TV tonight schools and Alberts.
ll-: when I saw you on Tell

: ; don't, like but to I guess move you when Just its want them any to write penpals.to me If they

dry and hot! Anyway, tell Send me your photo too-
college students I saw please.
Hey, Lionel I Va know Ain't ya gonna help us C those that the
celebrate the Fourth TV tonight
C What day It Is. ? Lionel ? l g' AM on"Hootenanny" Show was (Mrs.) Madeline K.Hartmenn
o 661 North Fulton Avenue

.::; \ V grand.I write to penpals alloverAsinine Lindenhurst,N.Y.11757 USA


4 extensionEDITOR

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:
2 Don Addis Mr. Richman's grand allusion to the American

Jurisprudence system Is an asinine extension of the

POLITICAL ECHOES honor system. How does Mr. Richman reconcilethe

Honor Court's and Jury"
"judge
prerogativewith

Allie-at r's election role? our Jurisprudence system? To recrudesce the

Inanimate anterior division Mr.Richman's anatomy
---- - - -- - ,
I will once again state that it Should not be the responsibility -
In the past, The Alligator has cused of slanted reporting of the suits will, or course, never be of the Honor Court to both establish

often come under fire for the rolesit facts in what was a very heated fully determined.Last guilt and punishment. Therefore, I unequivocallystate M
has played in Student Govern- campaign. spring in a "clean cam- that punitive corrections must be uniform

ment elections. There was the In that particular campaign, the paign," the newly-formed GATOR To somewhat malign a concept of Plato, Mr. Richman
celebrated Bob park incident,then Alligator editorially stated at the Party, formed from the ashes of has advanced a form of "timocracy." '

two years ago there was the divorce initiation of the campaign that it the Student Party, defeated As pertains to Mr. Richman's "individual treat-

controversies and the throwing of would not take sides, that it felt V.O.T.E. Party and VicePresident ment," a sense of honor presupposes self-conscious-
the so-called "scandal sheet" by the task of the student newspaperwas Frank Harshaw. The emphasis -
ness of virtue in the Individual. It binds him in
one party. David Lawrence, Jr., not to sway elections, but was on a clean campaign, and
conscience to live up to the image of his own character.
then editor-in-chief of the Alligator rather to keep the student elec- while certain actions looked some-
Without self-respect, one can have no sense of honor.
uncovered the ugly truths concerning torate well Informed on what issues what shady at times, on the whole '
To maintain one's self-respect he must respect a
i the circulation of said (scant though they may be) the campus was blessed with a
standard of conduct which he has set for himself. A
sheets and bared all to the cam- did come to the forefront. In campaign much more clean than
sense of shame torments him for having fallen short
pus via the front-page of the Alligator short, the task of the Alligator it that of the previous year.
of his own Ideal, for being disloyal to his own con-
on the eve of student elec- was felt, was to Inform not sway. The Alligator, under the generalship
ceptions of what is good or right. .And, one's shame
I tions. Some said Lawrence was The task of 'voting and decidingwas Editor-in-Chief Walker
may be even more intense in proportion to the standardhe
biased, pointing to his member- to be left up to what was hoped Lundy, again took a nonpartisan
has violated is not necessarily one shared by others t
ship In a fraternity allied with would be an enlightened electorate. stand on the election, refusing to ,
but his own measure of what is right. Montaigne
Student Party and noting the fact On the eve of elections Student be swayed to editorially endors-
writes "It is not for outward show that the soul is to
that the news of the scandal sheet Party circulated a flier printedIn ing either party. Both platformscame
( tended to blacken the face of V.O.- purple Ink decrying the biased under fire In the editorial play its part, but for ourselves within, where no eyes

T. E.Party. V.O.T.E. officials and prejudiced makeup of the Al- column and were found to be de- can pierce but our own. Not for any profit, but for

pleaded the fifth in most cases ligator. It pointed to Lawrence, ficient. Both parties received the honor of honesty itself."

and In general it was felt that a the editor, an avowed Student Party criticism and some must have won- The sense in which someone can honor or dishonor
more or less irresponsible fringe member, Dave West and Gary dered at times whether or not the himself is closely akin to the sense in which he can be

element of the party had been Burke, candidates for Student Par Alligator was anti-politics in gen- honored or dishonored by others. Both Involve a recognition -

responsible for the scandal sheet. ty positions on the Board of stu- eral rather than pro-V.O.T.E. or of virtue or Its violation. Both personal and

V.O.T.E. officials chanced that dent Publications. Student Party pro-GATOR. Despite several encounters public honor are inseparable consequences of the ethic
Lawrence and in fact the entire met with an overwhelming defeatat in the basement of the standards of a particular society. For these reasonsa

Alligator was dominated by stu- the polls the next day, losingthe Florida Union and a couple of uniform punishment in a closed society such as a

dent Party people and that he was presidency by over 1000 votesas near-scandals, the Alligator man- university is a must. Heberlein
dealing excessively harshly with Paul Hendrick stampeded to a aged to escape the campaign with- David C.

the facts In an attempt to discredit landslide win over Jim Graham. out being labeled the mouthpiece

the opposite party. In The effect that the Issue'of, Alligator of either party. editorial page, and not in blazing dum. If Student Government is
other words, Lawrence But what should the stand of
was ac- prejudice had on the re- the
headlines of respectability
on the front page.It ever to gain an aura
JAZZ CORNER campus newspaper be in a politi- is hoped in this corner that on campus instead of receiving -
cal situation? Should the Alligator
-
the spring elections of 1965 will only loud guffaws and cas
as the only newspaper on see the Alligator go much further ual Interest (except for the two-

Blue Bash' is easy livingBy campus, remain neutral regard- than in the past and continue to week period preceding the spring
less of the Issues or should it take elections
press the campaign,exerting pres- madness known as campus
sides after a fair consideration of
CHARLIE BUSH sure on both political camps to ), then real issues must be
the merits of each party and each
find some real campus Issues and raised, not from the graveyard ,
"Easy Living" Is not only the title of one of the candidate? Should the Alligator run a real campaign instead of of past political platforms, but >

tracks on "Blue Bash" (Verve Records V/V6-8553), exercise political weight at the dis- patching up old, outdated, trite from the fertile Imaginative mindsof
it also describes the character of the entire album. cretion of Its editor? Is this not platforms and making the race student leaders who are genuinely

Even on the very fast tracks Jimmy Smith (organ) delegating too much authority to simply one of personalities. Thereare aware of campus problemsand
and Kenny Burr ell (guitar) play with a sort of relaxed one person, who after all Is said many worthwhile projects ideas concerning how
on have new
and done Is than
funky feeling. nothing more one
campus which SG could
attempt, to solve them.
It's not often you find an organ-guitar combinationas of the 15,000?
Alligatorin
projects
over and beyond the of the
scopeof The position
pleasant as this one. Neither Jimmy nor Kenny The charter of the Board of be
bus should ,
campus systems
,babysitting this? The Alligator
Student Publications de facto
try to hog the spotlight. pub-
services poli"'
installing or outlawing at least initially in every
lisher of the Alligator ard all stu-
Whereas "Easy Living" is a showcase for Kenny'scultar
water 8))
sprinklers, etc. ad absur- ( ECHOES Page
See
the "Blues for Del" track seems to be custom- dent publications on campus,spells ,
made for Jimmy's hard-hitting style. out succinctly the duties of the The FloridaALLIGATOR'

The most Interesting track is "Travelin'." It'sa paper and its editor during politi-

gospel style version of the chorus to "We Belong cal campaigns. Board policiesare
to a Mutual Admiration Society." currently In the midst of revision -

This record can be used for good listening or and the following comes
mood music. It's also delicious on soda crackers. from revisions ratified as of Jan-

yary 31, 1964: Editor . . . . . . ..John Askins
S ..S t M "Student Publications at the Uni-
versity of Florida have a virtual
Executive Editors
Maybe it's Art Farmer's fluegelhorn that works monopoly; therefore publications Bob Thomas Benny cason

the magic -- or maybe Jim Hall's guitar. At any should strive to represent all stu- Associate Editors
rate, "Interaction (Atlantic Records A/AS-1412)with dents and all views fairly, accurately Jim Castello Beth Kraselsk

Steve Swallow, bass, and Walter Perkins, drums, is and completely, togetherwith Ed Barber
a work of art. responsible editorializing."The Pat Hogan Eunice Tall
If you were fortunate enough to see this quartet newspaper and other pub-

when it was on WUFT-TV's "Jazz Casual" then you lications should be nonpartisanin Sports Editor. . . . . . . Ernie Lltz
already know how great these guys are. U you their news reporting of a political

haven't heard them before, you'd better get on the campaign; the editor should Staff Writers

ball. You've been missing something good. feel free to take an editorial position > John Hancock, Don Federman, RlvaGoldberg,VernonSwartsel,

Two tunes in the album, "My Little Suede Shoes" on the editorial page If he so Liz Brewer, Charlie Bush, Jim Carleto, Anne Richards, Tom
and "Sometime Ago," were performed on "Jazz desires, but editorial space shouldbe Gibboney, Margie Welte/Jim Waldron and Patti Pitz.
Casual." Unfortunately Walter Perkins does not available equally to both of

make on the recording all the grunts and groans that all political parties." Receptionist. . ... . . . Marsha G. Brown
be made on TV. Jim Hall does a much better Job Thus salth the Board. The board

on the record than he did on TV. policies leaves the editor with
Production Crew
The Art Farmer Quartet does not consider it broad powers during campus elec- Don Addis, Nelson Meyer Dave Piche Jim Neff and Darlene
unethical to play a little melody once and a while. tions. The general idea seems to Pierce.

They give "Days of Wine and Roses" the best modern be however, that the newspaper,
treatment I have heard. "Embraceable like General Eisenhower should The
Jazz yet Florida Alligator is the official student newspaper of the
falls under their spell also. "By Myself" and "Loads attempt to keep its head above the University of Florida and Is published five times weekly
of Love" round out the album. waters of partisan politics unlessit is
except it
:, during the months of May, June and July, when
The sound of this quartet is unique. It's quiet, finds that no other way out published semi-weekly. The Florida Alligator Is enteredas.

never loud. It's a smooth blend. It never lacks "soul." exists and that sides must be second-class matter at the United States Post Office at

"Interaction" Is the kind of record that you either taken. Then, the proper place for Gainesville, Florida..,
love or bate. Here's hoping you love It. such partisan comments is on the



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I I" .:tl! i'"I, .' !' ,11' It- 2 summer shows
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f. .Ift \ feel the of studies
pressure these In Italy. An entrant to the
f: \ :'>'I." t\I\ ; : ,, ; atmosphere of a summer
I ,:'"." .;1, '" '"" ,. last weeks of the trimester, Lyceum musical world early In life, she concert. With Miss Dubow and the
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I -; ( j, ,,r \ .. II / Council has prepared to ease first appeared with the New York Aronson singers we have lined upa

.i i..t I p< ;" .. ,. the mental load with two summer Philharmonic at age 11. well-rounded summerpro-
r..i' " "' /
; ... I I) i. ;t t"$ j'l 'iv. Ii: ;',. concerts featuring violinist Mari- The July 7 concert will be held gram."
.I' ". \',!1 ,' ,,1.1 ( t I'' ', Ii lyn Dubow and the Aronson folk- hi the
,., University Auditorium.Joe Tickets for both shows available
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are
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., .:. summer show program ". sing a song of satire, a of music. University
.,. .. : next Tuesday. Now only In her comment full of wry" on July 14 students can obtain tickets withI.
.. '\, .. "' l"- .. early 20s, Marilyn Dubow has received In the University Auditorium. D. cards; others will be $2.00.
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special acclaim at the Sec- Lyceum Council President Ray
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trror in recent Alligator- These are the Navy recruiters slatedThe Patronize

Town Criers, not the Legends.
.
officer programs team from sign, USNR. The second half of
Alumni the U. S. Navy Recruiting Station, this course Is the officer Indoc- Gator
association Jacksonville, will visit the campus, trination and Is served as a com-
Tuesday and Thursday. The team missioned officer. After comple-
honored will accept applications from sen- tion of full course, the new ensigns -
nationally) ior male students and junior and are assigned to one of many AdvertisersTHEY'RE
f senior women students to attend shore stations In the United States.

Two national awards will be presented the UP Alumni Association the Officer Candidate School at The team will be located at the
July 14 for excellence In the fields of alumni service Newport, R. I. Florida Union for testing, Interviewing -
and most Improvement of Its annual fund. The male officer candidate and processing. Applications A

Harold Dillinger, field secretary for the association, will school Is a 16-week course of are strictly voluntary. GOOD GROUP
receive the awards at the annual convention of the American indoctrination In naval subjects There is no obligation on the partof

Alumni Council In Denver, according to Raymond L. Fineout, leading to a commission as Ensign, the applicant
assistant AAC director. USNR In one of several line or

Y Honorable Mention for alumni service will be given the UP staff corps. From OCS, the new "Where Your Friends Are Every Night"
association for Its work In support of the college building ensign will report to one of many
f' amendment passed In November 1963. stations (Navy schools) for further

The Florida Legislature submitted Gov. Farris Bryant's training or to one of 800 ships and JOIN THE WASH PARTYSAVE
proposal for a constitutional amendment providing for a $75 numerous shore stations in the
million bond issue in the 1963-65biennlumbacked by utilities United States and overseas. ThereIs
taxes, to finance a state-wide building program for higher no restriction on marital statusin
50% ON YOUR LAUNDRY
education. The amendment this
also provided for the Issuanceof program.
not more than $50 million In bonds per succeeding biennium The officer candidate school
for the same purpose. (women) is also a 16-week course. Gator Groomer Coin Laundry
The UP Alumni Association was instrumental In presenting The first half of the course Is
to the people the necessity for this aid to Florida's colleges and served as an officer candidate
universities. (enlisted) after which time the can- Adjoining Univentty Post Office

Dllllnger will also receive, on behalf of the alumni association didates are commissioned as En-
the Honorable Mention Award for Improvement in
the Loyalty Fund, given for, work on the 1964-65 campaign.Last IL. -
year, the UP association won first place in this category C 00
_ which Includes all U. S. state-supported institutions.The .
award for campaign improvement Is co-sponsored by
S. the United States Steel Foundation and the AAC, and Includes
a check for $125.CAMP1JS.

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John Gerald Pierce and Wade decoration of the home. Miss
Rupert Byrd were named today as Mason Is from Winter Park and
; the first Crandall Memorial was trained at the New York Schoolof

Scholarship winners for law stu- Interior Design. Prior to her ...
dents. arrival In Gainesville, she owned "
They will receive $500 scholar- her own shop in Atlanta, Ga.
; ships for the coming academic Robert Oakley,UP graduate, will
year under provisions of the will} present a series of films on deco- AI .
of the late Kathleen B. Crandall, ration and some instruction on car- ;
wife Of the late :A'. Clifford W. peting purchases. Oakley and his
Crandall, who was professor In the brother-in-law established Home
College of Law for many years. Beautiful In Gainesville about two

Both have outstanding recordsas years ago. r' .
law students, Dean Frank E. -
Maloney said.Students ;
The Florida Union Dance Com- '
mittee will sponsor the "Dragon 11.
currently enrolled In Street Dance" tonight from 8 p.m. iti' '
the College of Business Admini- until midnight. The dance will be ,
stration or expecting to transfer held on the south side of the Florida M' )
Into the college In September, and Union. Emcee will be disc jockeyStu .
who have not pre-registered for the Bowers of WDVH. There will
fall trimester, should make 'arrangements be a lottery for latest hit records
to do so Immediately
and a llspbo contest. AdmissionIs
In the Office of the Dean, Room free and students, faculty, and

214, Matherly.The staff are Invited. In case of bad ALERT STUDENT SALESMEN FOR THE
weather, the event will transfer to
the Social Room of the union.
Gator Amateur Radio Club PUBLICATIONS
STUDENT
will meet Monday, July 6, at 8.-00
P.m. in Room 525 Engineering The Florida Union Films Committee -
Building Is showing "The Man Who * * AD. ERrISING STAFF * *
Shot Liberty Valence" tonight and

Friday tomorrow night at 7:00 p.m. and CALL UNIVERSITY EXTENSION 2832 OR DROP I IN ROOM 9,
evening services will be
at 9:00 p.m. This movie will be
conducted at the Hlllel Foundationat run In the alr-conditloned Medi- FLORIDA UNION, TO MAKE AN INTERVIEW APPOINTMENTIEWARD

730. Following services there cal Center Auditorium.An .
will be an Oneg Shabbat and social -
hour.
Informal meeting of the
glneertag Dames will meet on Architecture and Fine Arts Dames
Thursday evening at the Perry will take place.Tuesday at 8 p/n.
Heuse at 8 p.m. at the University Women's Club. I
Jean Mason, decorator at Home All members and prospective : 4
Beautiful, will speak on design and members are Invited to attend. -



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,
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FROM THE GATOR PIT FridayJuly 3,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 7 ._



L The torch passes Mural softball this weekSOFTBALL


By ERNIE UTZ -
Sports Editor BRACKETS: BRACKET m TIlE FIELDS ARE NUMBERED
SPRING B TERM 1964 Phi Delta Theta FOLLOWS:
Hello out there in gatorland again. Once more the Lltz seeps out Newman Club Field 1: Behind varsity tennis
| "From the Gator Pit." BRACKET I Latin American Club courts
In case none of you remember, last fall I had a sports column by Delta Upsilon Caldwell Field 2: Behind varsity tennis
I that title In which I picked the week's "top" football clashes across Pro's Flavet III Flyers courts

I the nation.In Sigma Phi Epsilon Ropes Field 3: Lower Drill Field
case any of you DO remember I thought it might be interesting to UnknownsThe Field 4: Lower Drill Field
| point out that I wound up with an .847 percentage of games picked Met'sChemistry 1. Slow pitch -- 10 men to a team,
correctly. 7 men must be present to play.
Modesty overwhelms me. BRACKET II 2. Ten (10) minutes will be allowed Beard acceptsPercy
What will the term B sports section be like with no sports being SCBA before a forfeit is called.
| played? Summer Sigs 3. All ralned-out games will be
Well for one there's my forte of Intramurals. I think that there is no Physics Dept. called only if raining at game Beard, veteran UF track
sports activity on this campus (varsity football swimming, basketballand Fertile Valley Rockets time or unless the officials feelit coach, has been Invited to officiate -
baseball excepted) that attracts as much interest. Spasms is too dangerous to play. at the United States Olympic
But what else, you ponder In your depth of mire avoiding today's ro-Space EngineersSPORTS 4. New entries for team must be track tryouts Julv 3-4 in New York.
| boring lecture? on the roster 48 hours before
We are going to attempt to bring the student body an Alligator first! playing. Beard has accepted 'the invitation -
REAL NEWS! Come on folks, stop laughing now. I am going to attempt 5. All protests must be made to from George T. Eastland
to present some in-depth stories on UF sports and maybe some the official at the time of the Chairman Olympic Men's Track r.
specialized stuff on football (say charts and diagrams on the game, game and also a formal protest and Field Committee, and will
although Editor Askins would say it wasn't cricket.) presented to the Intramural Office leave for New York on July L
within 24 hours.
No 6. All ralned-out games will be Beard will serve on the Juryof
press pigskinsGator Appeals and
played during the week of July will also assistin
20 or on July 9. preliminary work on July 12.
sports for 1964-65 appear headed for a new frontier. If I .
....
{may permit myself, every fall you read something like ". .yes sir, -
this will be the Year for the Gators. .or. .Coach Joe Belch thinks
that this year's squad Is the best in animal history and although he'll
I make no predictions he indicated that. w
Well, this sports editor was helping the'Fans Who Cared' last fall and
[he didn't find many. In the confusion the Gators upset Alabama. This _
fall the Gators face one of the toughest schedules in the nation, and
| called the SEC's toughest. Probably Is.
I'm not going to sit here pompously behind a desk and Insult the
I Intelligence of the student body (and readership by running around _
screaming 'go team' or some such. I tried that last fall and it's not
|posh or cool or something or other.
The Gators will just have to prove themselves this fall -- the press MMIt
|will not prove them.
I'm as gung-ho Football and Florida as anyone else, probably
I moreso. I dislike the abuse heaped upon some of our gridders like
Tommy Shannon, but with all of last year's bally-hoo and 'flop' I'm r. .I---- d i. -i
not going to contribute to the "press psychosis."


Only splashers certainThe

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only sport one can be absolutely sure of Is swimming. I KNOW _
we'll win the SEC next year. Coach Bill Harlan's squads have amassedan
amazing record and will attempt to Improve on It this year. They 1
will miss 'sorely seniors like Mark Valenti and Jerry Livingston, 1 :% L / -:
| but -- with water-logged Gators like Charlie King and Sandy Chandlerwho -- : : t.w

After needs all wins., If it's how you play the game that counts, then why the __
hell have points?



Wanna' be a coach ? wy


By ERNIE LITZ What the deal is,is that you writein
Sports Editor and tell all those"boobs" over
In the Athletic Department how they The UF Campushome
This being the summer and all, should be coaching.
I am Inaugurating a new series for Obviously, all those years of
Alligator readers. It's sort of a training and experience they've had
mean nothing. I mean It seems to
contest.Mural me that a couple of level-headed
scheduleIntramurals students should be able to tell
Coach Graves or Coach Sloan how
play began this week the game SHOULD be played. of the single most powerful
but action occurred too late for
I can't promise anything big.
press time. Game accounts will But the person who by the end of
be carried starting next week. summer has written the most market in Florida
The schedule for next week is
original (and/or wittiest) letter
carried below. Softball: will get a free year's subscriptionto
MONDAY, JULY 6 the Florida Alligator for anyonein ',;" "
4:15--Field: ,'r
the world.
1 F. V. Rockets vs. Spasms
2 SCBA vs. Aerospace Such a deal!

4 3 Ropes Latin Am.vs. Newman Club vs.Club Flavet in Second prize will be a free guided There is only one newspaper serving

5:30 -- Field: tour of the student government
led by an entourage -
1 Delta Upsilon vs. Chemistry offices, personally
2 Unknowns vs. Mets of Blue Key rejects. the entire university community
3 Pro's vs. Sigma Phi Epsilon Don't say you didn't see it firstin
4 Summer Sigs vs. Physics the Alligator.


WEDNESDAY, JULY 8 Here is your chance to tell the
4:15-Field: world how to WIN. Winning's not 0
1 F. V.Rocketsvs.SummerSlgs the most Important thing -- It's

2 Phi Delta Theta vs. Ropes the only thing I ...
3 Caldwell vs. Flavet m We offer you a chance to get it .r The FloridaALLIGATOR
4 Newman Club vs. LAC all off your chest; you can tell
5:30 -- Field: Spurgeon Cherry what to do with his
1 Delta Upsilon vs. Mets mural officials; or tell Ray Graves
2 Chemistry vs. Sig. Eps. why you should be fitting on the "
3 SCBA vs. Spasms 50-yard line and him In the end
4 Aerospace vs. Physics zone; or ask why Norm Sloan Insists r
upon not signing the honor I ,.' CALL EXTENSION 2832 *.AsK FOR ADVERTISINGj ,
THURSDAY, JULY 9 pledge for NCAA officials. Writea I II
Make-up day letter In class now! I



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, < 3,1964 Newspaper for alumni to begin"The
I Wi ::10 \

Lady GOP Ss University quarterly newspaper to be mailed to 33,000

1 alumni and friends of the University of Florida, will begin publication
the first week In July, according to Al Alsobrook, assistant director
of alumni services.The .
delegatespeaks paper will be geared to Informing persons throughout Florida
and the United States of current events at the UF.

Alsobrook, editor of the publication, said, "The Alumni Services
office hopes that this effort will fill a vacuum. Now, alumni receive
>
\i< little real, current news from Gainesville after they graduate and move
on, save an occasional return for a football weekend."
:.
He added that "The University" would strive to present current
Jayne Butterworth, one of Florida's -
.
information on policy changes, personnel changes within the univer-
32 delegates to the Republican -
sity. It will also cover the activities of alumni groups and Individualson
National Convention, spoke to
3 8a and off campus, and present news of general Interest.
the Youth for Goldwater
campus Only Alumni Loyalty Fund contributors receive "The Alumnus"magazine
at a rally in the Florida
group which is also published four times yearly. "The University"will
,Union Monday night.
go to all alumni.
She told the Goldwater backers
I The first Issue will have spur pages, printed offset.
that she had been elected as partof
Al Leonard, 3JM, Is assistant editor of the publication.
an unpledged slate and therefore -
could not publicly favor one
{ candidate until she got to San Fran- India Club officers

cisco. But she was wearing a jf j
Goldwater campaign button. f /
Miss Butterworth is alternate .......
attend
national
.. member of the platform committee ''II/! meetN.
and is leaving for pre-conven-

tlon meetings on Monday.Her ( S. Shah and S. Asadulla, New York, Wisconsin, Illinois,
talk consisted mostly of a president and vice-president respectively Michigan, Indian and Minnesota
random sampling of the mall she of the India Club, attended state Universities attended the
had received since she was namedas the first national conventionof convention.The ..
a delegate, but during the ques- the federation of the India stu-
tion and answer session that followed dents Associations of the U.S.A., objectives of the federation
the students Immediately which was held at the Universityof include coordinating and assisting
turned the discussion to more Wisconsin June 19 and 20.Their the programs of the member as-

practical matters. transportation was paid by Student sociations' activities, to hold national -
They wanted to know where the Government and India Club. UF conventions at least oncea
Florida delegation stood and where provided other expenses.The year and to promote Indo-
the 32 votes would go. Miss But- constitution of the federa- American friendship.

terworth said that she only knew tion was passed in the convention.The The federation will arrange
of one Florida delegate who had first set of officers were also charter flights to India annually
expressed an Intent to vote other elected. Delegates from Florida, during the summer.
than for Senator Goldwater.Gov. .
I I u .............. ..... .., I
William Scranton, following M H <4AV.fS '41.NNM1s ;

his Florida trip, told newsmen : JJ
that he felt that he had pickedup ;
14 of the state's votes, but Miss Who will be. Miss Club Rendezous? That won'tbe \

Butterworth discarded this as decided until the Street Dance on July 17. !
"
"campaign As to whether propaganda.or not Goldwater However, applications) be available to any

would get the nomination, she said UF coed until July 13 at room 315 of the Flori-

that several times a candidate had will be :
da Union. Evaluation of the entrants
gone into a convention with an over- j
whelming advantage and been de- based on beauty, talent displayed, presentation "1
\
feated. and originality. >.
The meeting adjourned to Bryan ,j
Lounge for refreshments.


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