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1111! SG" 'to present new

I ILyceum
Lyceum called on carpet I

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:: By JIM CASTELLO "The number of tickets for each Council was called on Budget and Finance Committee, "And I would do so again.

Associate EditorA group will be equal to 200 percentof Tuesday night by Legislative Council said expenses for the Philadelphia "We don't see why students

student football seating plan their membership said. to explain why It lost $1,400on Symphony performance were should pay the same amount as
"This will give each member of townspeople' Price replied. "I
that will hopefully "erase abusesof the Philadelphia Orchestra performance $8,630.25, while Just $7,136.84 was
the organization a chance to takea taken Attendance think could've gotten $3 from
the past" will be presented to last month and why there in. was only you
date to the .. less than half the non-students."
the Athletic Association at It's games. was no price difference between 3,560 the capacityof

next regular business meeting according Kennedy said the organizations students and nonstudents.A Florida Gym. Main objection of Haviser and

to Student Boyd PresidentKen wanting group seating would bringin three-man committee-.com- Haviser asked why students and Price was that Legislative Council

Kennedy. the money and identification posed of Skip Haviser, Bill Hester non-students were charged the had "no control over ticket pricesbut

Kennedy believes the plan, a cards for the desired number of and Floyd Price -- was appointedto same fee ($2) for the performance."A was expected to be responsible -

compromise between the already tickets on the Friday, eight days study the questions and make decision had to be made," for financial fiascos"

accepted Athletic Association stu- before the game. The total num- recommendations at the next meet- Music Dept. head Reid Poole said. In other business:

dent and student ber of tickets would be compiledand "And the Public Lectures and --Greene and Lane presented the
seating plan a
government-conceived plan, will taken to the business office Ing.The Philadelphia Symphony appearance Functions Committee decided on$2 1964-65 student activity fee budget

of the Athletic Association.That resulted In for everyone. to the Council. The Council will
"provide a degree of continuityof a $1,493.41loss
ticket distribution from year office would release the for Lyceum Council. The "We thought this charge would study It until the next meeting and

to year." tickets, punch the identificationcards Council can make up the deficitby come close to defraying the cost the will give It the first of two

and return them to the of the event Poole said. readings.
either to
"The Association will act on the (1) making a request
plan at its next meeting' Kennedy group. Legislative Council or (2) cuttingout "I approved the $2 for both stu- --Council member Buddy Blain

said. "The plan Is acceptable to "The student not wanting group one of next season's shows. dents and non-students," student praised Lane's cooperation with

student government and I hope it seating could pick up tickets beginning Herman Greene, chairman of the body treasurer Fred Lane said. _(See LEG,J'age 5)) j
the Monday of the week -
will be acceptable to the As- r 1Y '
sociation." before the game,"Kennedy pointedout.

"During that week the tickets ,rt
Several months ago, the Athletic
would be distributed exclusivelyto
Association selected a subcommittee .
the student body.
to study the student
"After the Friday of the first
seating problem. This subcom-
week of distribution, the tickets
mittee arrived at a plan and the h 9MiI
would go up for distribution to the
Association accepted it.
general public," he said.
"Student Government drew up a
"However, a reserve would be
parallel plan containing what we
that student would be
kept so no
would like to see in It," Kennedy
said. denied admission to a game," he

"The two groups got togetherfor
"Date tickets will definitely remain -
many hours of discussion and
at $2.50. This is one-half
hashed out both plans. I think we
the of admission "
regular price ,
with he said.
came up a good plan,
said.Kennedy .
"ynder the plan to be proposed'
thinks It will be no
Kennedy said, "the Student
more complicated for the Individ-
Government, probably the Secre- _
ual student to get tickets to the
tary of Athletics, and the busi-
football games, since he would follow .
ness manager's office of the Ath- yr
the same procedure as last
letic Association will cooperate in
But It be "a little
year. may
handling and controlling ticket dis-
tribution. more complicated" for groups to

get tickets because they have to
"The plan calls for control of
turn in their requests eight days
limits the size
group seatings, on
before the
of a group and the designation of game.

areas for groups to sit," the student Mandell Glicksberg, professorof v
law and chairman of the Ath- '
body president said.
letic Association student
"Provision will also be made to seating ;
plan subcommittee said he was
see that good seats are allocatedto 4
"very optimistic" about the planto 4
the person who only wants one
be to the association.II. 4
ticket, Kennedy added.
"The group seating will be lim- P. Constans, professor of :
speech and president of the Ath-
ited to university recognizedgroups
letic Association, expects the
clubs or organizations.This .
when the is scheduledfor
meeting plan
will eliminate a random groupof
to be held
presentation July '
students deciding they want to
17, if other necessary preliminary
sit together and applying for group
meetings are completed.
seating he said. t :




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Page 2 The Florida Alligator Friday, July 10,1964 Frolics frolic night

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After the ball : printed In that edition of the stu- from 11:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. "
Summer Frolics, 1964, kicks off dents paper. said Janet Stoddard ticket chair.
tonight In the Hub with the first You need not be present to win man. "They can also be pur.
group, The Legends, slated to open the door prizes but the dance con- chased downtown until 3:00 p.m.at
Poole and Haviser comment the show at 8 p.m. test winners will receive their Windy's Barber Shop, Shelley's,
"The three groups scheduled to prizes after each contest. L & L Men's Shop, Alan's Cubana
appear, The Legends, The Town Just remember to hang onto and Silverman's.
Criers and Ace Cannon will each "Tickets will also be
on sale
ticket stub.
Poole : Haviser : make two appearances during the your"Tickets will be on sale today at the door as long as they last,"
evening, so whether you get there in front of the Main Library Miss Stoddard said.
early or late, you'll be able to seea
"The LyC and the SG shouldbe "We students must pay twice complete show," said Bob De-
commended for the many fine while the general public: pays only Loach, publicity chairman for Tissot retires from UFFrom I
cultural attractions they have once. Frolics.
brought to this campus. "The $1,493.41 loss incurredby There will be several displays In the Model T to the Space way from Ohio to Lake Alfred,
"The entire Lyceum operation Is the Lyceum Council (LyC) at the ground foyer of The Hub by Age -- such has been the span Fla., where he went to work at
one In which the cultural attrac- the recent Philadelphia Philharmonic the various member clubs of the of working years for Dr. ArchieN. the UF Agricultural Experiment
tions are subsidized by student fees (PP) presentation and made Board on International Activities. (Newton) Tissot, former Headof Station.
alloted by the SG. up by the Legislative Council (LegC Included in the displays will be the Department of Entomologyhere Tlssot's greatest interest has
"Viewed from this standpoint ) will In the long run be paid literature, brochures, articles of who retired June 30. been In developing controls for a
there Is a 'loss' on all LyC at- for out of student fees. To make art and culture and members of Tissot, who today looks back on number of Florida's insect pests.
tractions. They do not pay for up the loss LyC will cancel some the various clubs attired in native 39 years of service to UF gradu- He has described 37 new speciesof
themselves. forthcoming presentation that was dress. ated from Ohio State Universityin aphids. In addition,he Is credited -
"The PP came at a time whenwe to have been paid for out of stu- Each display will be manned by 1923 and received his MJS. degree with over 40 scientific publications
could not budget it. If the opportunity dent fees and otherwise have been members of the various clubs thereto there in 1925. In July of and 40 more publications of
to present the PP had free to students. answer questions and furnish Information year the young graduate climbedIn a popular nature.In .
come during the regular fall or "Perhaps they will not cancela to Interested American his Model T and drove all the 1957 Tissot served as chair-
winter trimester then the 'loss' presentation but will instead students. The display will beginat man of the Cotton States Branchof
could have been budgeted and nothing charge the students an extra admission 7:30 p.m. and conclude at 9 p.m. the Entomology Society of
more would have been said price. At any rate the "It is hoped that through the Gator in Frisco. America. He was the recipientin
about It."We student ends up paying twice. medium of these displays we can 1962 of the Florida Entomology
are not a profit maklngorganlzation. "Mr. Poole said that only because in some small way further better Society award for "outstanding
When we made a little there was a loss was there relations among all the studentsat Alligator reporter John achievement, service and unselfish
off Carlos Montoya and Peter, Paul any fuss. That Is not true. I the UF, international as well as Hancock, 2UC,will attend the devotion and contributions in
and Mary we plowed it right back had people coming to me and tell- national," DeLoach said. Republican National Conven- the field of entomology to the
into LyC to enrich the rest of ing 'I'd like to go see the PP, Local Gainesville merchants,20 tion in San Francisco next nation, state and the Florida So-
the resultwe but It means $2 for me $2 for week, and "cover" the con- cietv."
year's program. As a in all, have donated over $130 in
were able to present previously the wife and another $2 or $3 merchandise to be given away as vention for The Alligator.
unscheduled appearances of the for a babysitter; and I Just can't dance and door prizes. Over 30 Hancock and George Hubert Union activeThe
Dixie Partners and the Deers afford It.' awards in all will be made duringthe a pharmacy student
Family, both with free admissionto "They just couldn't understandwhy evening. who holds high-up positionsIn Florida Union Dance Committee -
the Americans for is holding this week's spe-
the student. the Gainesville general public Only one number will be drawn Young
"Usually it's about 18 months wasn't charged $3 or $4 and the for each prize announced. If the Freedom and Florida Youth cial Dionysus Street Dance on Sat
before we have someone signed up students $1, and neither can I. winner is not present or does not for Goldwater, will leave urday, July 11th, because Summer
to appear. That is, 18 months After all, it was a university hear the number when It is called, Friday from Jacksonville Frolics are scheduled for Friday
night. The dance will be held
after we first express an interestin sponsored presentation presentedon he or she will not lose. Airport.The .
having them here. The opportu- and in university property. It Everyone should hang onto their two will be in San the south side of the Florida Union
nity to get the PP presented itself seems to me that if you're a stu- ticket stub until Tuesday's Alligator Francisco through Saturday, from 8 p.m. until midnight. Emcee
will be Stu Bowers of radio sta-
quite suddenly last April. Whenwe dent you should get a break. comes out as a list of the July 18.
were contacted by them there "At the LegC meeting last Tues- unclaimed winning numbers will be tion WDVH. Admission Free.JtERr .
was still considerable doubt as to day I ask LyC how many tickets
whether they would find it finan- they had sold to the PP. They
cially practical to make the tour. didn't know; there is not a record. Q
They wanted us to commit our- I asked how many complementaryfree
selves right away. ( ) tickets were given away.
"The opportunity to get one of Nobody knew; there is no record
the top three or four orchestrasdoes made of the number of free tickets
not come often to us. Usually given away.
they Just don't tour this far "The attendance figure they gave
down. The decision to have the me was 3,560, and they couldn'ttell
PP and charge $2 a ticket to stu- me how many were students,
dents and public was the decisionof how many were general public,
LyC and the Public Functionsand how many had gotten in free on
Affairs Committee (PFAC). complementary tickets. They said
"All action was taken with the their total ticket sales came to
guidelines and principles laid downIn $7,136.84."
Dr. Reitz's memo number 37. "The orchestra cost $8,000; UF
All action was legal and we even Plants and Grounds received $318 : s
checked with SG treasurer Fred for moving chairs around; police,
Lane. To my knowledge we have ushers and other expenses broughtthe
never had to go to LegC for approval cost of PP presentation to
of anything like this. $8,630.25. That makes a loss of
'e We felt that $2 a ticket was a $1,493.41.
fair price. If we had chargedthe "LyC signed up the PP without !
students $1 and the towns- consulting the LegC. They seta
people $3 we would have takenin price of $2 a head on the general
much less money. In general, public and the student alike with-
I feel that the student should be out consulting LegC. Now LyC
given a break in ticket price, but wants the LegC to cough up the
there are times when it just isn't $1,493.41 to get them out of the
feasible. hole. They always come to LegC
"As far as the complementarytickets after they get in the hole.
are concerned, there were "This type of thing is not un-
about dozen common. Just last trimester, if
a given away, mostlyto
members of the press. We sold my ,memory Is correct, they hada
some tickets for $1. These $1 Beethoven's Ninth presentationthat
tickets were not sold to individualsbut put them $2,000 in the hole.
to school children In organized LegC had to bail them out.
groups of 30 or more. "At the LegC meeting last Tues-
"We could have covered for the day I wanted to ask for an official
'loss' we incurred from the pre- censure of the LyC for the way STUDENT
sentation of Beethoven's Ninth had in which they mismanaged the entire SALESMEN FOR THE

there not been such a poor student PP presentation, but as you
turnout for the Paul Winter Sex- yourself saw I could not get the STUDENT PUBLICATIONS
tet. Winter had played the White floor back. They have really
House and had Just finished a well tried to play this thing down.
publicized South American tour so "There should be a difference * * ADVERTISING STAFF* * *

we thought he would be popular.We between student admission pricesand ,
lost money. I guess the studentson general public admission CALL UNIVERSITY EXTENSION 2832 OR DROP IN ROOM,
this campus just don't like Jazz. prices. It just seems to me that FLORIDA
"I think that for the good of the if you're a student you ought to UNION, TO MAKE AN INTERVIEW APPOINTMENTREWAftB
university a number of changes get a break."

should be made in the LyC setup. --
I would like to see a full-scale
study made of the entire LyC "We need a standardized' box
operation, not Just from the stand- office operation and a full time
point of the SG, but also from the professional theater manager.Fora
standpoint of the PFAC and the university our size we shouldbe Q .
administration. getting better attractions." -

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iNM I Lane urges cut Friday, July 10,1964 The Florida' Alligator Page 3

rr.r.at- in allocationsStudent lane's letter to Leg.Members .

Body Treasurer Fred lative Council each trimester.If .
Lane recommended that the student the Council enacts Lane's pro-
government fee allocation be posal, he said, "What we have,
cut by almost 50 per cent ginning we will control."
" this September at last night's coun- "Realistically, we (Student of Legislative Council: July 6, 19B4
4 cil meeting. Government) do not now financially
Lane proposed that the Council control the allocations for the Tomorrow evening you will have more budget Information -
strike the Florida Union Budgetand Florida Union or the Athletic Association in your hands, with more time to study It,
the Athletic Association's allo- ," the treasurer stated. than any previous Legislative Council. This Is a result -
cation from the budget requeststhat Lane added that Student Government of cooperation between, and work done by, your
I, i FRED LANE are considered by the Legis- cannot afford to grant any Budget and Finance Committee and the Treasurer's
It major Increase In the budget of Office.
1tIS the Florida Union, but their bud- Our budget process Is based on the following
get will Inevitably Increase with estimates on attendance for the next school year:
I New budget presentedBudget the expansion of Union services Fall Trimester .- 14,400
a following the building of the new Winter Trimester u 13,700
s. Union, scheduled for completionin Spring Trimester -. 4,000
>s less than two years. Term A Only' .. 1,600
t t. & Finance Approved Fee Allocation 1964-1965 Of the $14.50 set aside for Stu- Term B Only .- 1,400In
I.. dent Government from the $113- an oral presentation, I hope to encourage your
of Term I Term n Term HI Totals per-trlmester regular student lee, endorsement of a proposal to remove the Athletic
Athletics 61,200 58,225 23,450 142,875 Lane's proposal would leave$7.75. Association and Florida Union allocations from the
based on $4.25/sdt/tri. Now, $2.50 per student goes to the student activity fee, leaving what would be called the
r.h Florida Union and $4.25 to the student government activity fee. It Is my opinion that
of Fla. Union 36,000 34,250 13,750 84,000 Athletic Association. this would be extremely beneficial as well as a realistic -
nt based on $2.50/sdt/trU approach. May I suggest that we begin with this
;y Approval of the Florida Union coming academic year. Reasonable figures seem to
Ii Totals 97,200 92,475 37,200 226,875 Budget, which includes the opera- be: Athletics, $4.25 per trimester and $2.15 for the
1. tion of the Union Board for Stu- half-terms; Florida Union, $2.50 per trimester and
in Homecoming 1,650 950 -.. 2,600 dent Activities and other services, $1.25 for the half-terms. Informal conferences have
Ie IntramuraLs 21,600 20,550 7,888 50,038 is actually subject to action by the been previously been held, Including Ken Kennedy,
). Speakers Bureau -.- 800 --. 800 Florida Union Board of Managers. Mike Holllngsworth, Buddy Blain, Dr. Philpott, Dr.
Mens' Presidents 350 -.. -.- 350 Since students constitute a ma- Hale, Mr. Elmore and myself.If .
Cheerleaders 1,014 -.- --- 1,014 jority of this body, to remove the this were to be done, leaving $7.75over which we
Debate 2,145 2,320 635 5,100 Union budget formally from Stu- would have genuine control, the total amount to be
,. Florida Players 4,095 3,914 3,991 12,000Gator dent Government would not removeIt budgeted next year (based on above estimates) wouldbe
. Band 2,480 3, 340 690 6, 510 from student control. $260,325.00. By trimester, this would bet
' Men's Glee Club 1,450 3,250 -.- 4,700 The Legislative Council's authority Fall Trimester -. $111,600.
t.'r Women's Glee Club 1,450 3,250 --- 4,700 over the Athletic Asso- Winter Trimester -. 106, 175.
Board of Int. Activities 385 1,005 110 1,500 ciation's allocation was demon- Spring Trimester .. 31,000.
IYn, Lyceum 9, 800 10,750 5, 520 26,070 strated last summer when Presi- Term A Only u 6,160.
Livestock Judging 413 102.75 -- 515.75 dent Reitz held up the entire bud- Term B Only -- 5,390.
In Moot Court 301 289 --- 590 get until the council approved the I have scheduled the following office hours during
'eI.. Publications 23,908 23,907 7,660 55,475 association's request. which I will be available to chat with Legislative
I.I. Special Fund 11,700 3,600 7,420 22,720 Informal negotiations for three Council members about the budgets before first
I. Symphony Orchestra 958 4,27'1 745 5,980 weeks with Lane, Vice President readings Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday after-
UniversltyRellgious 561 2,960 879 4,400Student Philpot, Dean Hale, Student Body noons, 1:49 to 5:15.: I am looking forward to seeing
Salaries 10,030 9, 737.50 4,640 24,407.50 President Ken Kennedy, Secretaryof
Special Projects 14,192 5, 390.75 454 20,036.75 Finance Mike Holllngsworth dad you.Let me add, this year Is a real first: first for
University Choir 11,625 3,240 1,193 6,058 Buddy Blaine, majority leader year-round budgeting; first for dollar budgets. Thuswe
Village Mayors 1,100 1,100 565 2,765 (VOTE Party) In the Legislative have thrown off outdated practices of the past.
women's Student Assn. 393 1,442 160 1,995 Council have led to Lane's recom- Next year It Is my hope that this process can take
mendation."I place during March to allow a "full" Legislative
111,600 106,175 42,550 260,325 Council to act and all student organizational personnel
wholeheartedly endorse this necessary be present. r
solution that these conferenceshave On other matters, the Treasurer's Office Is cur- I
offered," Lane said Monday. rently preparing for fall hearings(a) a study of special
"Student Government exercises requests for the last three years, and (b) total over-
Important financial control over haul of the finance law and finance manual. In '
5. l
many groups," he added, "and connection, may I suggest that your powerful Budgetand
this Influence will not be lessenedby Finance Committee be enlarged to 7, 8 or 0
this action, which should have members.
.been taken long ago." Fred Lane
The last time a budget was removed Student Body Treasurer
from Student
Midnight Star Evening Star Vogue Governmentfee
was several years ago, when
the student health service was
taken out.

Fraternity elects
tAngel's 50$ Adults

35c<; Children Cool It At Delta Theta phi, legal honor
fraternity, elected new officers
I July 2. Elected were dean, Tru-
MAGNESIA SPRINGS man Skinner; vice-dean, Merrel
Astral Stainton; clerk of the rolls, Jack
Wing Tangiers
Nichols; exchequer, Ed Hedstrom;
master of the ritual, Don Klsslan;
bailiff, Mark Bradfield; and tribune -
Which Bob Elrod.
M' OOr The fraternity wlU hold a hamburger -
0 fry tonight at Glen Springs,
is 0.# '" -_ _
your starting at 7.p.m..

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They're here to stay

Richman replies on HCBy

JOHN ASKINSEditorinChief Dear Mr. Dozier: fact, I have proceeded on the opposite was ing under greater the among students work.
premise: my articles in proctor system than
to have fact were to Improve the present among the similar subjects work-
I am sincerely pleased
There be avoiding of reality on this the ing under the honor system,
can no more read your letter. It has finally system, because I recognize in
Administration and students alike must face situations where the conditionswere
campus. succeeded in unearthing the major cheating that exists thanks to the
the truth. The time for ignorance and superstitionIs fallacy in all of the negative replies refusal of students to accept the directly comparable, the di!.
ference in
enforcement.Yet amount was reliable."
past. that have been received in responsibility for its
Listen, the automobile Is here to stay. answer to my articles. nowhere have you or anyone The survey, a copy of which Is
Oh, I know--you kept hoping, believing it would Each and every letter has pro- else statistically shown that cheat- available on request from the
vanish someday, like the buffalo, and UF could once ceeded on the major premise that Ing is substantially reduced under a Honor Court, was conducted at the
j more return to good old horses and carriages. I cheating will be reduced under a proctor system. In fact, the only University of Texas, first under an
\ hate to be the one to shatter your dreams. Believe proctor system, and a consequential controlled survey that I have been honor system, and then when the
me I do.Now students voted in a proctor
benefit will result to the stu- able to find states conclusively system
there has been some talk that the universitywas again under the proctor .
I dent thereby. Nowhere, if you and I quote: "On the basis of the system
going to be declared restricted to all vehicles, will reread my past answers and results obtained,the following con- under substantially similar
Including bikes. This seems to me a bit extreme. conditions. The controls
to be "The
I articles have I ever stated that clusions seem justified:
I I would like to respectfully suggest as an alternative the University of Florida's Honor amount of classroom dishonesty checks involved, incidentally, in-
; that the university build a big parking lot. Maybe observed measured or admittedALLIGATOR eluded admissions on confidential
System had eliminated cheating.In ,
I even one of them new-fangled high-rise deals. Maybe questionnaires, psychological i l
;: even two or three at various strategic points about the "tricks" to show self-dlshonesty
campus, such as the Plaza of the Americas, beside and even the use of spies.
I the Hub where all those old frame buildings are now, Your statistics as to the amountof
and over next to the Stadium. cheating may well be correct.
Then you don't let anybody park anywhere on campus But consider what you may have
but those parking lots. Not on the streets, particularly.So overlooked:
the only moving traffic will be going to and from Purdue University -- under a
those big parking lots and it should be a nice, even PROCTOR system: 80% admitteds
flow and your traffic and parking problem is solved

and you can take down all those silly signs, Dr. seeing cheating; 41% admitted
Wirtala. cheating.
Ohio State University -- undera
I It doesn't take much perspicacity to forecase that PROCTOR system: 88% admitted
'1 nobody's going to be satisfied with the new civil rights seeing cheating; 48% admitted
law. The Student Group for Equal Rights, I under- F Y cheating.

, stand, Is going to change it's name to Student Groupfor Other statistics will of course
BETTER Rights. .it was either that or disband, show comparable amounts of
I and they were having so much fun. cheating at universities employing
It would seem that there really isn't any need for ineffective honor systems. I reluctantly -
demonstrations now. A single individual will be able that
recognize we as a
to ask for enforcement of the law, and to get the large in
university, are presently
courts' help if law enforcement agencies refuse to this category.But .
The recent decisions most Gainesville :
cooperate. by
consider further, and statistics
segregation "holdouts" to abide by the law, however
\ will bear me out, that as
distasteful it might be, was encouraging. The exceptions ,, ., much if not more cheating

are fighting a losing battle. f ;7 < ist,;; occurs outside the classroom, beyond -
i the eyes of the proctor, as
The Dollars for Scholars drive will be coming up ( occurs within it. Under an Ineffective -

soon -- I don't know just when, but soon -- and this c. f honor system, possibly
year the student body is committed to a large quota.In more will occur. within the class-
the past, student contributions have fallen to a room, and thus be more notice
ridiculous level -- ridiculous because the benefitsof able. A proctor system,evidently,
this "charity" are the students themselves. The will only only serve to change the

federal government, despite Barry Goldwater, pays manner of cheating. More will
$9 for every $1 the university can put up. The moneyis cheat outside, and those who cheat
used for loans at low interest. inside Invent clever little devicesto
Give, you miserly pack of moneygrubbers. Because J O remain largely undetected. Of
if you don't give, the members of The Alligator staff IS course, we can provide hiddenT.

are going to go out and pick your pocket. We are V. screens, mirrors, one way
Public Spirited. glass, or one proctor for every
i five students, etc. Surely this
A New Trend has been noted: professors have takento would help. But Just as surely,
giving their final exams before the official finals it is financially and logistically
period. This means that the week before finals aI Impossible. The University can't

i student may have the normal quota of five tests and even afford to hire enough pro-
two term papers nobody does nothin' during finals fessors, much less enough proc-
week itself but the Plants and Grounds Sprinkler tors.
Squad, and the trimester is shortened to 13 weeks. In addition, nothing is done undera
Next: "I plan to give the final in this course during the proctor system to'curb outside

j week preceding the week preceding final exams, to cheating. In fact, since proctoring -

give us all a little more time for other things." Editor. . . . . . . John Askins should be left to the proctors,
Someday: "Welcome to class. My name Is Dr. to report a violation to a proctor
Seuss. Please keep your eyes on your own work, Executive Editors would be far closer to "squeal-
and be sure to sign your bluebooks. Number 1. ." Bob Thomas Benny Cason Ing" than is true under the prin-

I Associate Editors ciples of an honor system.
Jim Castello Beth Finally,cheating IS substantially
:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:..:.:.:.:.:.::1:1:1:::.:.1:1:1:: .1.1..1 1....m.1:.1......:.:.:.:.1:.::1:.::1:1:1:1::::.:.::1:.::1:1::.:.:m::mm : Ed Barber reduced at universities and col-
Pat Hogan Eunice Tall leges that have effective honor

system. For example, Washington -
Sports Editor . . . University of
. . Ernie and Lee the
; ;1;; 1;;;;1; ;;;;;mm mm 1 1 ;m; ;111;;;m1i i i::1::::::::1:::1:1:::::1::::1:::1:1::::::::1:1:1:1:1::::: Lltz Virginia, and ,University of Cali-
The Florida Alligator is the official student
newspaper of the
fornia and Texas A&M.
University of Florida and is published five times Ineffective -
weekly The result is this: even an
::1 1 1:::1:::1:1:::::1 1: ::1 : ::::1:: ::: :::1:: ::1: : 1:: :::1::::1:1:1:1:::: ::1:1:1:1:::: mm; ; 1 i1;;111; 1111 1111 published except during the months of May June and July, when it is honor system offers
semi-weekly. The Florida Alligator is enteredas. PRACTICAL advantages over the
secoDd-class matter at the United States Post Office at average proctor system. Some of
Florlda.,. only
these you may consider
"fringe benefits" -- but some,I'm
.J sure you will agree, are far more

W I don't feel Say Ahhh I Important:
c examination -
1. A RELATIVELY relaxed
o well today atmosphere, freedom to
'- take a "smoke" break for those

who want it. (Fringe).
2. Freedom from ARBITRARY

rr disciplinary action for alleged
,ter cheating. (You will note that we
have a rather FAIR Jury system)
3. Better utilization ofjimc for
22. Don Addis (See RICHMAN, Page 5))

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Friday July 10,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 5

Civil Righter threatenedRonald r ::::::::1::: :: : ;1m:1: : mm: ;1 m1m;; 11; m1 t;;f:;;; ffi 1;;;; ;;111111;;;;; : ;1;: ::1: r::: :lil

l\Lychees\ grown here il
Barger, 4ED, arrestedIn According to witnesses a policeman 7AS, vice president of the NAACP
an Integration try, Sunday, told warned that a person could be Youth Council, further Integration
The Alligator yesterday that his arrested for trespassing under attempts would not be made until
life had been threatened three state law if he refused to leave the Gainesville Bl-raclal Committee :::::.: New York Chinese can look forward to having ijjjijj::::;
times during Monday evening. private property at the owner's contacted owners of public accommodations ijijij::::: Florida-grown lychee nuts all year long, If current :ijijij::::::;
"Three separate callers with request. The officer then asked and requested themto :ijijiji:::::: research by the Agriculture Engineering Department :jjjjjj:::::::
thick Southern accents called Mon- Barger whether he was going to comply with the Civil Rights ijijij::::: pans out. jjjjijj:::::::
day night," said Barger, "and leave the restaurant grounds.The law: :ijijij::::: Clyde Kiker, a graduate student In Agriculture :jijjjjj::::::::
threatened to kill me If I took Florida student replied that He also said the NAACP lawyer :ijijij:::::: Engineering Processing Department, explained that :jijijij::::::;;
part In any more civil rights he thought he had the right to be Earl Johnson of Jacksonville would :jx-i::::: lychee nuts have been grown in Florida since 1904, :jjjjjj:::::::;
demonstrations."But served and was going to demand defend Barger. Johnson most recently :jijijij::::: but that crop size has been limited by the consumption :jiijjjj:::::;
actually," Barger con- this right. The officer ordered represented Martin Luther jijijij: ability of the New York Chinese and the perishable : :i:::;
tinued, "we were not demonstrating him to get into the squad car. King's organization before Federal :iijijij:::: nature of the fruit. :x'::;|:|
at all. We did not plan for Barger was booked at the Judge Bryan Simpson during dem- jjiijij:::::: The lychee nut, a grape-sized, burr-covered fruit :jjijjjj::::::
what happened; and Bass's (ownerof Gainesville police station for tres- onstrations In St. Augustine.In ijijij:::: Is highly prized by the Chinese for its distinctive jijjjjj::: !
the Piggy Park) refusal cameas passing and placed under $500 :ijijij:::::: flavor. Once grown only in Southern China and India, :jijijij:::::::
a shock to us. bond. He posted the money soon another Integration attempt, :ijijjj:::::: the nut was brought to Florida in 1904 by Rev. :jijijij::::::
"We were not seeking publi- after and was released. A hearingIs the College Inn, subject of monthsof :ijjjj::::::! Brewster. All the lychee trees in South Florida today :ijjjjjijjijijij :::::::
city," Barger emphasized, "but it scheduled in the Gainesville picketing by students last sum- .::::: are of the "Brewster strain" and can be traced :::jijijijijijijij ::::
came anyway." Municipal Court July 14. The maxi- mer and fall, bowed before the :::::: to the trees first brought over by Rev. Brewster. :::1 j.'jijijijij :::
law and
served its first
Barger went on to say that his mum penalty for the misdemeanoris Negro ::::: "If we can find some way to dry the lychee nuts :jSjjjjjjjij ::::
customer. At
9:30 week
wife, Sharon, who is expecting a 60 days in Jail and/or a $500 p.m., one :::::::: and still preserve their flavor," said Kiker, "we :jijijijjijijij ::::::
child next month, is "upset" about ago Thursday, only hours after ::::::::: can Increase the Florida crop size appreciably. ijijijiijijiji ::::
the threats. fine.Sunday afternoon owner Bass President Johnson signed the om- :ti:;:::::: But I don't think that lychee nuts will ever be a big :ijijij::::::
The original Incident took place met with UP professors Edward nibus Civil Rights bill into law jijijiji:::::: crop In Florida. :ijijjj:::;:::
when G. W. Bass, owner of Piggy Richer and Dr. Marshall Jones, two white University of Florida :jijijij:::::::: "The nuts grow best on the same type of soil :ijijij:::::::
Park Restaurant, 209 N. W. 13th both past advisors to campus civil students and a Negro teenager :$85::::::: as oranges, and right now oranges are more pro1:8:::::::::
St., confronted an Integrated group rights organization, the Student dined there. :jgjjj::::: fltable," Kiker explained. :$:::::::
which attempted to eat there at Group for Equal Rights. The Negro, Franklin Simmons, ijijijij:: 1 Lychee nuts sell in New York for $1 a pound, but :jijijijijijijij i::i:
1 p.m. Sunday. Bass told them "I'm playing it 19, president of the Youth Councilof :::::::: the high cost of air freight to get them there before jijijijjijijj ::::::
Bass met the group of six at by ear. I'm not going to fight this the Gainesville chapter of the :::::::;: they spoil cuts into the profits considerably. jjjjjjj i::::::
the door and refused them en- thing alone either way. I'll do what National Association for the Advancement ;::&::::::: Research on drying the nuts has been conducted jijjjj:::::::
trance. the rest of the restaurant ownersdo. of Colored People, ordered ::ijijij::::1:: by the University for some three years, but only now :jjijij:::::::
"He said that he would serve ." He said that he had led the a cheeseburger and milk ::ijijiji:::::: Is real progress being made. The research has been ijijij::::::
the Negroes later on," Barger move to desegregate Gainesville shake. Accompanying him were :jijijij:::::::: hampered by the short harvest season of the nuts -- :::::
said. "He stated that he wantedto restaurants last summer, and that John Van der Hoek, 7AS, and ::jjjjj:::::: three to four weeks In June. :::::::
be the last to Integrate." his place was the first to be Inte- Philip Brault, 3JM. i:$:::::: This short harvest season also has hurt the growers, ;:x::;.;
When Barger demanded service grated. He had to re-segregate, The only incident occurred when :jijijij:::;::::; since the New York Chinese can only consume some jijijijjijijij ::::
under the law, Bass reportedlyasked he said, because many other establishments owner George Loomis called Van- ::: 60,000 pounds of the nuts during the short season. jijijijjijijij :::
him, "Are you bigger thanI refused to go along. der Hoek aside as the three in- ::::::: During the rest of the year, the Chinese colony :jijijjj::::
am?" "Possibly, If the Negroes had tegrationists stood at the counter :ijijij::::::: relies on canned nuts from Formosa to satisfy its :jijjjjj::::::
Barger replied, "No." come in by themselves I would awaiting service. According to :ijijjji:::::: lychee craving. :::jjj:;
Bass then reportedly said,"WellI have served them," Bass said. Van der Hoek, Loomis told him not :ijijiji:::::: The Formosa nuts are more expensive, which leads :ijijijj: ::;
think I can throw you out of here." He added that the colored people to shield Simmons and to let him :ijijiji:::::: Florida growers to believe they could make sub- :ijijij:::::
Barger said he then asked Bassto turned to leave when he refused stand there "like a man and be ::::&:::: stantial profits If the drying experiments prove :i'::&::
call the Gainesville police. "Andhe them service but that the white served." :jijix'::::::' feasible. ::::$::
did," Barger said. "They came boy (Barger) was "Just plain bel- The trio Joined another studentat jig-::::::: Kiker said that the greatest difficulty to date has :jijijijjijijij ::::::
shortly after. I thought the law ligerent" and refused to leave. a table and finished their meal :::1::: been that the nuts develop a bitter taste when dried :::1::::
would be on my side." According to Jim Harmellng, without incident.to :jijijij::::::;: at high temperatures. ::jjjjjij:::
:ijjjijjj::::::: Besides the experimentation by the Agricultural :::jix'ijjijijij : ::
:::::::;: Engineering Department, the Food Technology Departjjijijij::::::
I Peace Corps get and goat UF"Get :ijijijij::::: ment has been experimenting with different uses of ;;::::::::::
up :::jijiji::::::| the nuts. |::::::::
:ijijij:::::: Dr. Kuhn of Food Technology has even tested theijijiji::::::::
jxjij::::: feasibility of lychee Ice cream. :$:::::::::
up and go" Is the quality The trainees, from 16 to 50 years help continue youth clubs, plan
that describes the 40 students at old, will assist Brazil's youth in recreation and provide technical tl.

the UF participating In the Peace assuming their responsibilities as assistance. ...u... ........ ........................................::...u..u.w.wM..;ra
Corps training program for Brazil. future farmers, homemakers, and These objectives are being met :i : :;AV-iViV'Vly: :;:;: :;::;:;:;:;::;:;:;'yM:::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::;:;:;:::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::;:::::::::: JH
The program, directed by Dr. community leaders. In parts of by the program which begins daily
Wayne H. Bartz, associate pro- southern Brazil (Santa Catalina, at 530 a.m. It entails physical Fraf I
fessor of psychology, began June Mioas Gerias, Goias, and Mato training, language training, poul- parking may easeRumors
17 and lasts for 10 weeks. Grosso) they will work II teams try science, visual aids, personal
health, and soil science. Bra-
are flying UF made within the lastyear.
among actually
zilian studies are also Included.
I I ROMAN J fraternity men this,week that the I Plant and Grounds even cleared a

._ Purpose of the training programis parking problem on Fraternity Row large area for paving. And then
,Continued to learn to communicate effec- may be solved by September.When the work suddenly stopped. The
\ from Page 4) on all campuses as well. Such tively with the residents of Brazil, PI Kappa Phi moved from answer was that there was no more
faculty members; no waste of funds security is no more than an illusion understand Brazilian culture, their old house on University Ave- money. It had either been trans-
for proctors who can't earn their ; the "grass is always communicate the achievements of nue to their new location on the ferred to another project or cut
keep unless there are far more greener" at most --Instead,I sug-
the U. S., learn technical com- Row lastspring, fraternity spokesmen from the budget entirely
of them than we can afford. gest that you try mowing and fer- petence to work in Brazil, under- quickly took up the cry again Calvin C. Greene,director the
(Fringe?) tilizing your own lawn, list you stand the U. S. position in world that the university would have to UF Physical Plant and official
4. Reduction of cheating OUT- trade the benefits we already have affairs and goals of the Peace do something about providing more spokesman for Plant and Grounds,
SIDE the classroom. for a sterile pasture. Corps, and achieve mental and parking spaces for residents of could not be reached for confir-
5. An OPPORTUNITY to EDUCATE While an honor system cannot physical fitness to undergo the that area. With three more fraternities mation of a new budget allocation
students In the principlesof eliminate CHEATERS any more hardships they will meet. --Phi Gamma Delta, Sigma which would rush completionofthe
honesty and civic responsibility than a proctor system can -- It Alpha Epsilon and Sigma Chi-- much-needed parking area In time
particularly the impressionable can eliminate cheating or at least "All the trainees seem to havea building new houses and planningto for the opening of the fall tri-
young freshman! I do NOT weed out the cheaters, both inside certain amount of interest in move to the Row in time for mester. But as one fraternity officer -
subscribe to your theory that and outside of the classroom, far other people and are ready to meet opening this fall, problem wouldbe put It; "Someone's going
everyone's sense of values are more effectively than proctor sys- new situations," according to John intensified. to get killed out there If some-
Immutably formed before they get tems presently in use. Culligan 3BA, assistant to Dr. Paved parking areas have beenon thing Isn't done. The traffic la
here. How much have you changed With an honor system we can Brady. Their diverse backgroundand the boards for some time, and it awful, and lack of parking places
from year to year while in college? at least have the "fringe benefits"and training differentiates them Is understood that allocations were doesn't help."
6. A chance to aid and rehabilitate -- more: a hope that we -- from most students. Most of all,
the students -- can make the sys-
the "borderline case; "
the first under tem effective -- and thus realizefar they are dedicated. I
offender who panics
Wiles writes
Intellectually -
pressure.What education or rehabilitation more -- morally,
and pragmatically--than can be [ LEG''
really exists under a I
the best proctor.
proctor system? While some pro- attained under
fessors will aid the errant student; Will you Join with me in Improving Continued A book on the future 'of the of education In the United States.
how many, many more won't' .ven the Honor System? ( from Page 1)) American high school by University Dean Wiles, a nationally recog-
bother to try -- and how many have Legislative Council, noting that of Florida College of Educa- nized authority In American edu-
the time? Whereas,under an honor Gerry Richman members for the first time received tion Dean Kimball Wiles has been cation, dealt with the present cur- ...
system we have not only the time Chancellor of the Honor Court mimeographed copies of the selected as one of the outstanding riculum and future needs In the
but the responsibility. (note: vested Interest). budget In advance. education books of 1963, It was field of secondary education In the
In conclusion, we have many Haviser questioned whether announced July 8. 1963 text. It was published by
problems within our present honor P. S. I've never realistically Council had the "moral right" to The book, "The Changing Cur- Prentiss-Hall.
system, but the panacea Is NOTa expected any affirmative replies. pass on the budget during summer riculum In the American High Wiles has been on the Florida
proctor system. In effect, you For example,have you ever writtento trimester, when most membersare School" Is one of 36,chosen across faculty since 1950 and assumed the
and others have cried"mama!" ..- your congressman to tell him absent. "It'll take only 16 or the nation by the Education Phi- deanship In the education college
and yearn for what you mistakenly how much you like social securityor 17 votes to pass a half-million losophy and Religion Departmentof July I.
believe will provide your needed the foreign 'aid program -- or dollar budget that will affect 14,000 the Enoch Pratt Free Libraryof He Is author and co-author.
security and protection from the to the Alligator editor to praise students," Haviser said. "Do we Baltimore, Md., with the aid four widely accepted books concerned -
dishonest souls on this campus, and his efforts? have the moral right to do thU?" of some 100 specialists in the field with better schools. ,


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8' x 43' Hick's Trailer with 11' Bedroom, bathroom, kitchen and ADDIS'
l house, 3 bedrooms, fireplace,
[ For Sale 1 x Fenced 30' cabana.yard. Archer Air-conditioned.Road Vil- living room and room living drapes.room rugs.Also bed-All Help WantedEARN screen porch, modern plumbing,

big lawn, 6 outbuildings, great
Thomas Stewart. FR
lage. G.
less than 10 mo. old. Call 376-
50' x 10' 1959 Great Lakes Trailer 6-7317. (A-153-tf-c). 0358 after 5 p.m. (A-155-2t-c). $2.50 In one hour partici- shade trees, 3 acres tillable,closeto
center kitchen,screened porch, ,--- pating in a psychology experiment.Call school, 30 four-lane minutes
completely furnished,abundance of 19Q4 Honda Motor-bike. Only 500 MARLIN 39-A GOLDEN MOUNTIE 376-6363 after 6:00: p.m. (E- from campus. On state highway,

closets, TV antenna, TOP condi- miles, Just take up payments. RIFLE In excellent condition. 4- 155-4t-c). fenced all around, new electric
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ing kit -- all only $69.00. Call
I r I
FR 2-4428 after 6 p.m. (A-151- (A-154-3t-c). 376-9144, Ed Carlson. (A-155- WantedDO 153-tf-c). _____

'jf-c). It-p).
SEWING MACHINES singer If you want a good stereo, I have HAITIAN WANTED TO BUY -- Good duplexes -
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attachments needed. Only $52. Desk, $10, bookcase, $5, or both (A-154-tf-nc).
Call372-7680. 611 W. UniversityAve. for $13. Tandem bike, $10. Phone
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j For RentAIR I
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MENTS -- 1, 2 or 3 BR; furnishedor
after 6
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ville Miniature Raceway upstairsin unfurnished. Immediate occupancy -

the old Pi Kappa Phi house, Two Karlson Enclosures for 8 or available. $80 per month (L-155-It-c). c
corner of 13th St. and UniversityAve. and Phone 372-
up. Couples only.
12" speakers. First offer takes
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them. Lot
Pinehurst Trailer .1
Park after 5 p.m. (A-155-lt-c). ., 1219 W. University Ave. (B515t.c L f- ServicesNESTOR'S
1950 Desoto runs good. $115 or ; ).
best offer. Power mower $25.
JUKE-BOX -- Perfect for parties.
Call 372-7658 after 5 p.m. except AIR CONDITIONED completely TV SERVICE was
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weekends. (A-153-3t-c). ( ) furnished single bedroom apart- forced for move. Now located at

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an ideal location for a coupleor checked free. Phone 3727326.We .
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Male roommate wanted to share
2400 Hawthorne Road Rl. 20 Phone FR 6-5011 2 bedroom apartment. FR 6-2321. I SituationsWANTED I
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open 7; show 7:50; see all three late as 9:40 pml I Exec. Secretary or
C Autos J I Adm. Asst. Post, preferably Sep- .: .
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secretary. Address Box,Florida Twice a Week"E ery
TWIN FIRST RUN HITS '61 Buick Convertible all power. Alligator, for interview. (F-148- Week in the Summer
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shown first and last 3rd Ave. Phone FR 6-6481. (G- Alligator

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a thundering 1955 MG TF-1500, 3/4 Race engine HEED put on in 5 minutes

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Law professor selling spacious

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G. ARHARRYSMINO DI EAIROINCY PT co oR miles condition; $1495, call; one 63148.owner, excellent(G-154- Ian much, built-in storage.$80permonth.Many drawers, vanity, and

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J 153-tf-c).

:;;; ;;; : ':" 1969 Volkswagen sedan excellent JHHWLEWIS
C( Sneak the"LF Barrter 2ooo'\ condition; private lady owner. Ex- 4 Convenient BR, 2 bath to University.home; 2200$21,500.Sq. ft.

tra features, WW, R & H. Ask-
Terms negotiable. Available Sep-
ing $875. If interested call FR
tember 1. 372-7658 after 5 week-
6-8373. (G-155-2t-c). days. I-150-6t-c).

:. I t 1961 Chevrolet Impala convertible. aSelil"
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Excellent condition. See and driveat
assume mortgage; low down pay-
t\our. \ 256-W Flavet m. Call 372- rmsv
ment. Almost new 3 BR CCD
asp 7165 evenings after 6 or on Sun-
Y home, central heating and cooling;
day. (G-154-3t-c). (A Jerry lewis Production)
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Softball play rough


I wednesday. July 1 2 hits, 0 runs, and 4 errors.

Delta Upsilon defeated the Latin American Club defeated The mailman cometh

I"pros" 15 to 8. However the Caldwell 9 to 3. Latin American

[game Is under protest. The win- Club: 12 hits, 9 runs, and 2 errors.

ning pitcher was O'Brien, and Caldwell: 5 hits, 3 runs, and no Mural scheduleMonday By ERNIE LITZ

the losing pitcher Clyde Killer. errors. Sports Editor

11Ie "DU's" had 15 hits, 15 runs, Thursday, July 2.
The Pros 12 hits Delta Well, one hearty soul has ventured forth with a salient morsel of
and 4 errors. Upsilon defeated the Unknowns July 13
and 3 errors. 17 to 3. literary prose.
8 runs, Delta Upsilon: 4:15
defeated Fertile 23 hits That Is to say that someone has shown that I have at least one readerout
physics Dept. 17 runs, and no errors. Field
The : there, by sending In an entry to my sports contest. The letter Is
In squeaker.
Rocekts a Unknowns 7 hits
Valley : 3 runs, and 1 Phi Delts vs. Flavet III
in full below.
Carswell and 4 ,
winning pitcher was errors. 2
Ropes vs. LAC Miss Robinson's points are well taken and 1 only differ In respectto
the losing pitcher was Doverspike. Summer Sigs defeated Aero-
3 Caldwell vs.Newman Club
situation. 1 said that alone would
my own never support produce
physics Dept. had 6 hits, 6 runs, space. Summer Sigs 11 hits 7
Spasm vs. Summer Sigs
winning Gator football. What I said was that more school spirit and
I had 13 hits
and no errors. FVR runs, and 1 error. Aerospace
: 5:30
better support would contribute to better grid activity and results. It
| 3 runs, and no errors. 10 hits, 5 runs, and no errors. Field:
Is only one of many factors, not a panacea.
Sigma Phi Epsllon defeated Chemistry defeated the Pro's. 1 SCBA vs. Physics

I Unknowns 6 to 3. The Sig Ep's Chemistry: 9 hits, 6 runs and 2 2 Aerospace vs.Fiji Rockets More on BarryI

had 6 hits, 6 runs, and no errors. errors. Pro's: 9 hits, 3 runs and 3 Unknowns vs. Pros have heard other astute people's on this campli criticize my remarks -
4 hits 3 runs, and 2 1
Unknowns: 4 DUvs.SPEWednesday
concerning one Senator Barry Goldwater in Tuesday's column.
errors. Physics defeated Spasms.Phys- July 15 I personally find little amusing about the man. I differ on many of
Spasms defeated Aerospace In a ics: 6 hits, 5 runs, and no errors 4:15
his points of view, but not just because he believes in things different
nip and tuck affair, 2 tol. Spasms: Spasms: 5 hits, 4 runs, and 1 Field: from what I believe In. I think he Is certainly an honest Individual ,
5 hits, 2 runs, and no errors. error. 1 Phi Delts
vs. LAC
and certainly possesses the courage of his convictions,something
Aerospace: 3 hits, 1 run, and no Mets defeated Sigma Phi Ep- 2 Flavet ni vs. Newman Cl. quite a few "liberals" would do well to follow.

errors. silon. Mets:20 hits, 12 runs, and 3 Ropes vs. Caldwell Frankly I thought I'd have a little fun with Barry's 18th century Idea
Chemistry defeated the Mets 5 no errors. Sigma Phi Epsilon: 5:30 and I'm afraid I offended some people (the KA's notwithstanding).
to 4 In a tight one. Chemistry: 7 hits, 5 runs, and no errors. Field:
12 hits, 5 runs, and no errors. Ropes defeated Flavet III.Ropes: 1 Mets vs. Pro's Grid special to come

Mets: 8 hits, 4 runs,and no errors. 9 hits, 7 runs, and no errors. 2 Chemistry vs. UnknownsAPOLOGY Athletics and sports are two areas where there.is a great deal of

Phi Delta Theta defeated the Flavet in: 4 hits, 1 run, and no misunderstanding and many misconceptions of what goes on.
Newman Club 12 to 3. The Phi errors. Football, for one is such an extremely technical game that ono could

Delts had 13 hits, 12 runs, and no SCBA and F.V.Rockets double easily spend days discussing It with little reward.

errors. Newman Club: 12 hits, forfeit. I You people In the stands think that all there Is to the game' Is 11 men

3 runs,and no errors. Phi Delta Theta defeated Cald- running forward at 11 other men.

The Summer Sigs defeated SCBA well. Phi Delts: 11 hits,8 runs,and Playing defense does not require simple running into the opposition

12 to 0. Summer Slgs: 11 hits, 1 error. Caldwell: 7 hits, 2 runs, backfield tossing halfbacks to and fro. "T" blocking Is actually an art

12 runs, and no errors. SCBA: and 1 error. as well as a difficult and rarely understood technique.In .

In the sports column in last the next few Issues we will attempt to try to simplify and explain

Tuesday's Alligator, mem- some of this mysterious game called football so that by next fall you'llall
frater- be able to tell Coach Graves what to do.
of Alpha
bers Kappa
Tennis doubles action swiftIntramural nity here were described as Everyone's an armchair quarterback anyway.

"Inebriated." Although no All-Star punditsAll's
tennis swung Into high gear this week as member of the KA's had
well that end's well and Johnny Callison showed the American
first round eliminations took their toll In doubles complained to the Alligatorby
League how to end well in this year's All-Star game with his game-
time this
press paper
play.The winning ninth Inning homer Tuesday.
team of Vic Stone and Peggy Bartlett slipped still wishes to apologize to
I was In class at the time (I'm a student too, see? At least part of
past the team of Clyde Killer and Karen Harbaugh.Joe members of the fraternityfor
the time) and actually missed It, but I did see the first Inning and It
Cotton and Joan Chambers upended Bob Hawke the statement. It is obviously -
did my heart good to see Mickey Mantle strike out. As a Yankeehaterfrom
and Natalie Perlman. in error and unfair,
way-back I loved every whiff of it.
Ivan Gilson and Mary Kancevitch tripped up Paul and The Alligator regrets
Now for once and for all let's get a little Interest aroused out there oncampil. -
Beam and Betty Veldhuis. both error and Injustice.
How's about sending some letters In here to me criticizing UF
All the winners will play this coming Monday in
Athletics. Let's get some humor in here. Show me there's somebodyalive
second round
play. out there reading this foolish trite.
The team of Siragi Akbar and Charlotte Nederdrewa UGH?
Bye for the first round.

All matches start regularly at 5:30 p.m.after whicha contest '

show team up gets or forfeit.a ten minute "grace" period In which to first letter "I

The matches consist of two out of three sets, the
Dear Ernie: breaks--why did we play such lousy games
winner needing at least six games, and winning two.
when we had the ability to do otherwise?
All matches will be played on the Broward courts.
No has been able to
Everybody loves our football team. They one satisfactorily answer
are the greatest boys on earth. We still love these questions. Perhaps the last football

them even when they don't win, but it Is season was an unavoidable tragedy. We had
frustrating to watch them perform as they great players, a great team and school

did in the Richmond game, the MississippiState spirit but still on many occasions we just
game and with LSU (last fall). weren't able to perform.No .

See What's New in I don't know much about football, but I one, no group, should be made to take
almost cry when I watch our team fumbleup the blame for those times when the GATORS

their lucky breaks, drop the ball so often, failed to live up to their potentiality.A .
and pass to the wrong guy. How can we new season will soon be starting. If the
The Browse Shop cheer when our team plays like that? team is as good as last year,the student bodyIs

Of course we still love them, but you can't going to expect much from it. If the team

expect us to cheer. does not live up to it's ability, we may.stop
PaperbacksTHE We worry about our team. We want it to cheering, but that doesn't mean we have
Quality do well, and we know it can (as witnessedby stopped supporting It.

last year's Alabama game), but often it

doesn't meet our expectations.What I would like to know what the team expects

AMERICAN WAY OF DEATH .Jessica Mitford does our football team really need? from the student body --- WORSHIP?
You say support. (ED. -- not entirely).Coach Regardless of what kind of team we haveor
ON HER MAJESTY'S SECRET SERVICE .Ian Fleming Graves was always saying experience. I say how it plays or how much we criticize it--

GREEK TRAGEDY .H.D.Kitto the team last season had support by the end, we still love it because It Is a part of all. of
LEVIATHAN Hobbes and It had experience, and good players.What us here at the UF.
went wrong? I hope the GATORS realize this.
SHARK Thomas Helm We were supposed to be one of the top

WAVES & BEACHES .Willard Bascom teams in the nation. Why didn't we take our Marie Robinson, 2UC


TECHNICAL REFERENCE H.S. All-Stars here Aug. 1.1Still -I

trailing, by a 9-6 series by the Florida High School Actlvi- 1951 13 14

I INTRODUCTION TO QUANTUM THEORY .Park margin, a talented North high ties Association, should be one of 1952 14 6
school team expects to reduce the the closest in series history with 1953 6 33

STATISTICAL MECHANICS OF CHARGED PARTICLES deficit this year in the annual both squads loaded with the state's 1954 7 33 .

Balescu all-star football classic here top prep grldders. !to
Aug. 1.Coached. Last year, powered by fullback 1955 U 14
FLAME PHOTOMETRY .Herrmann by Carl Madison of Mil David Hiss of Miami Christopher 1956 13 7

ton, whose assistants are Tommy Columbus, the South won handily, 1957 21 6
Dolen of Orlando Boone and Sam 19-6, opening up the three game 1958 6 20
The BROWSE SHOP Mitchell of Vernon, the North team lead In a series In which the Rebels 1959 50 0

boasts the most Impressive set of have never trailed. : .
backs since the 1959 team Complete Series History: 1960 8 7

Campus Shop & Bookstore slaughtered the South, 50-0, big- North South 1961 7 13

gest margin In the series. 1949 0. 14 1962 "13 : 7
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