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Vol.56, No.156 University of Florida, Gainesville Tuesday, July 14, 1964


Florida Players will present the dramatic possibilities Inherent In bolic "The Great God Brown." as casting director for Selys The- diences in Ibsen's "An Enemy of
final production of this season with the sensational "thrill murder"of As both director and actor, ater Associates and for Drama the People" at. the Gainesville
the opening tomorrow night of"The the mid-twenties which shocked Mason has worked with many university Portfolio Inc., for whom he stageda Little Theater.
Rope" -- a psychological melo- Chicago and the nation. and summer theaters new translation of Edmund Ro- In "The Rope," Lane plays a
drama by Patrick Hamilton. His version, one of many, seeksto throughout the country. In 1956, stand's "Chanticleer." In Sep- pseudo-Iconoclast, Rupert, whose
Performances are scheduled at probe the motives of the two he was a member of an Anglo- tember, Mason leaves UP for Hof- suspicious of a bizarre murder
Gorman Hall Auditorium Wednes- brilliant students who were imprisoned American repertory group In stra University, Long Island, turn a light party Into an evening
day through Saturday. The play for committing the crime. Rome. "The theater was Intendedto where he will Inaugurate a new of "cat and mouse" with hi*hosts.
will begin at 7:30 p.m. Wednesdayand The Rope is a change of pace serve the hundreds of British section In cinema studies. Two students--Alan Henderson
Thursday and at 8 p.m. Fri- for director Richard Mason of the and Americans working In Rome," Featured In "The Rope" is Dr. and Talman Newmark--will be ln-.
day and Saturday. Speech and Drama Dept. Last Mason said. "But It was the David Lane, associate professorin troduced to Players' audience for
British playwright Hamilton was spring, he directed a Players pro- Italians who came." the College of education. Lane the first time, in the role of the
the first dramatist to sense the duction of Eugene O'Neill's sym- In New York City,Mason worked was recently seen by local au- two murderers.

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I From the convention : student report .1 I IBy




JOHN HANCOCK floor, when the platform Is presented Tuesday. He is
Alligator Staff Writer more concerned with getting permission to speak than
he is with the amendments, according to most ob-

(Editor's note: John Hancock Is in San Francisco servers.
for the Republican National Convention. Monday he The third problem has gotten little attention thus
called the Alligator with the following report.) far, but will undoubtedly be the number one issue by
SAN FRANCISCO, July 13 -- Officially, the GOP Thursday; party amity in the campaign. Beginningnext
National Convention was called to order three hours week, it will be severely threatened. Prospectsfor
ago, but the weekend activity was considerably more calming the party ocean after the unsuccessfulbut
Important.Most Intense "Stop Goldwater" movement are not at
people are sure now that Goldwater will be all good.
nominated on the first ballot Wednesday. Most Those who are looking into the future and considering -
attention here is now being shifted to three outstandIng the problem sigh loudly when people talk of the It is easy to believe In the strength of these stu-
questions. failure of Nixon and Rockefeller to get back together dents by the number of them who are here. Literally
First Is the second position on the ticket. Gold- after the convention four years ago. Rockefeller hundreds of Goldwater supporters from colleges all
water has expressed his preference for national party disagreed violently with Nixon then and could not, or over the country have posted themselves in the lobbyof
chairman William Miller, who has strong Influencein did not, organize New York Republicans successfully.This the Mark Hopkins Hotel, Just to be on hand to cheer
the industrial Northeast. Scranton was favored for year, the New York governor could be joinedby the Senator as he comes and goes.I .
the position and It appeared the convention would draft the Pennsylvania governor and Henry Cabot Lodge; asked Goldwater at a press conference what he
him until recently. their combined discontent could spell Republican defeat thought would be the role of organized college students
In November despite anything Goldwater could do. if he were the GOP nominee. "They will be the Republican -
Scranton's attacks against the likely nominee have Meanwhile, at the convention,the Goldwater backersare advantage over the Democrats," he replied.
been increasingly bitter and personal. Goldwater'scampaign satisfied with their first floor contest, which Goldwater has supported such organizations for
manager, Denison Kitchel, read a reply to arose with the attempts of Scranton's forces to keep some time, and they have been preparing for his
one of Scranton's charges around midnight Sunday their man in the race for the nomination.A campaign just as long. At this moment, backers of
which Indicated that as of now the Arizona senator standard resolution moved and seconded to
was
Sen. Goldwater and Gov. Scranton are holding a
would not accept Scranton as a running mate under the rule of the 1960
temporarily adopt procedure shouting contest in front of the Hilton Hotel here.
any circumstances.This convention, which is normal nominating procedure Members of Young Americans for Freedom are
Goldwater said "After the things he
afternoon
,
time.Scranton. "
every the Scranton backers
yelling, "We want Barry! as
has said about me, it is" not even likely that he will supporters moved that the resolution be come back with "Bill will win!"
be seen in my company. augmented with a section concerning civil rights in the Both Youth for Goldwater and Young Americansfor
But Scranton is not out of the ?'let we yet .- and as selection of delegates. Civil rights was not an issue Freedom have campaign headquarters in San
far as Goldwater's forces are concerned, he's still here, but Scranton forces went to the floor to test Francisco, and are attemtplrg to enlist support of
causing a great deal of trouble. At the moment in their convention strength. They were defeated. unafflllated college Republicans gathered here.
the form of three platform amendments aimed at MOBILIZE STUDENTSOne
leadersand
Leaders of the groups are xneetthgwithGOP
Goldwater personally. of the things Goldwater could do to win the campaign organizers to coordinate the national }
Scranton wants a stand in favor of civil rights Presidency, and has done well in his campaign the campaign.
legislation, which is contrary to Goldwater's feelings. nomination, is to mobilize young people, especially Aside from the formal meetings and press conferences \
Scranton wants a condemnation of political extremist college students.Out t
and of extreme importance to everyone who I
groups, which is aimed at some of Goldwater's campaign of the Goldwater movement at the 1960 convene is here for the fun of the convention (just about
And Scranton wants a plank that would
potential.' tion came a large student organization called Young everyone) are the parties and receptions.
put the GOP on record as favoring retention by the for which rise to hundredsof from -.
Americans Freedom, gave Everybody who is campaigning for anything --
President of responsibility for use of atomic weapons. conservative clubs and one national organization, a minor platform plant to the presidency of the United !

Goldwater has said he favors sharing the responsibility Youth tor Goldwater. It is estimated that the com- States -- has a reception, and they give away all t'
with the commander of NATO. bined membership of these groups numbers very near the food and liquor they can afford, which Is quite ;
TO THE FLOOR to a half million students, all of whom are prepared to a bit.
Scranton plans to take his fight to the convention become a part of the Goldwater campaign. All of this adds more color to the spectacle.



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I State audit scowls on FSU


TALLAHASSEE (UPI) eve r a I Inadequacies in the long periods of time, indicatingthat
audit was sharply c r 1 and the Internal control obsolencence may be sub-
Florida State University's the working capital fund In- stantial," the audit said.
fiscal program Friday and were noted," the audit The university's! busniess man-
overspending and payroll "resulting in numerous er- ager said that measures "are
occurred when the school in quantities and dollar being or will be taken" to correctthe ; I IIP, I ahl Mil ''w'wp 'wr
budget controls. It also deficiencies. The audit noted,
obsolete financial however, that as late as May, r
cedures. numerous Items were 1964, certain deficiencies still ex-
which had been Inactive for isted. Zrlajp.l
The annual audit of the
sity's last fiscal year, talks education
yesterday, revealed on
tures of some $37,000 In
appropriations and $61,245."s philosophers are In social and philosophical founda-
000 from State Budget when "analyzing knowledge tions, Graduate School of Educa-
sion releases.The ." tion at Rutgers University, Dr.
university's James E.Wheeler will speak Wheeler is a visiting instructorat
trols were "circumvented Improved solution to this UF for the summer only.

encumberances of the of educational theory. Y
permitted audit old. "Knowledge and Know- He's previously taught at Yale, r Of
In Educational Theory' the Syracuse, Indiana, the University
As of June, 1963, the Is scheduled for Monday of Alabama and the University of -
that educational and In Norman Hall Audi- Illinois.Dr. s'r
pense and operating The speech is a part Wheeler received his B. S.
lay appropriations had College of Education Sum- degree from East Texas State ,,
expended by $36,914. It Series. College, his M. S. from North AL
releases by the budget com professor of education and Texas University, and his Ph.D.
had been overexpended by of the department of from Yale University.
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are the university's milk Dairy Science head Dr. E. L. pasteurized, clarified (removes
needs met day after day? Fouts. foreign material by a centrifugal
The Dairy Science Department On one summer day, 400 gallons force process), homogenized (so
,operates a farm 10 1/2 miles north of milk are needed by the univer- cream won't rise), heated to 161
of campus that handles this sity. The figure reaches 650 degrees F. for 16 seconds and
problem. gallons In the fall. cooled to Its final temperatureof
The milk Is transported by a 36 degrees F. for bottling.
Part of the Agricultural Experi- 1,000-gallon tank truck. From farm to bottled form Involves -
ment Station, the farm has 300 When it arrives at the Dairy 40 employees.
cows of five different breeds."Our Science Department, the milk goes Other products directed throughthe
bottled milk comes from allot through a number of processes.It's Dairy Science Department are:
the breeds,after processing,"said graded, sampled for quality, Ice cream, sherbert, half cream
and half milk, chocolate milk,
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whipping cream, skim milk, buttermilk -
Looking for work? and cottage cheese.
"Our chief purpose," stressed
Fouts, "Is not to provide the cam-
For the first time It Is possible for students to pus with our products, but provide
receive aid from the Student Body Placement ServiceIn research facilities for staff mem-
finding full time employment during the fall and
bers dealing with our products and
spring trimesters. livestock."
Robert E. DeLoach, director, said there are already
openings for students who wish to work during the In have August 140,new Dairy calves Science to expectsto replace Getting in under the wire is coed Kathy James. The

fall trimester. Most of these jobs are available In heifers no longer producing milk. contest closes tomorrow at midnight, and winners
Florida, but thero are a few out of state opportunities. Milk Is made up of 87 per cent will be announced after the next state cabinet meet-
from sales clerk to working In citrus
Jobs range a water. "This figure Is not high,
groves. Wages range from $1.23 per hour to $200a as most solids have the same ing. Prizes for the four winning slogans include a
week on commission. Most of the jobs are set up amount of water or more," em- trip to the Bahamas and assorted gifts.
on a four-month basis. phasized Fouts.
The placement service has been successful the Usually, only 125 of the 300 cows
past In lining up jobs for students during the summer. are milked at a particular time
400 were sent to the New York world's Fair this of the year.
summer from the university. The most pressing time for
Further Information and application blanks may be Dairy Science is the fall, when all
obtained from DeLoach In Room 309 of the Florida the new students arrive and want
Union. milk to drink. Summer SALE
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Pan helle// nics planApproximately POLITICAL ECHOES '



1,000 girls will participate as rushees1 Speaking of GoldwaterBY.RON 'I

In Fall Panhellenlc Rush. Of that number, more than
700 will be In-coming freshmen.
Goldwater's nomination would seal
quite surprising. perhaps shows
Often confusing for the freshman girl Is the tradi- SPENCER
Election Is the extent of the dilemma of the the political doom of the GOP
tional Silence Period observed during the first few year traditionally an
excellent COP this summer, the fact that does need bursting. The Dooms-
weeks of school. Panhellenlc Vice-President Ann myth-spawning period.
All even its most staunch advocates day Boys, whose most vociferous
sorts of
Spicola explains that this period between the rushees splendid images are
erected have all but written off 1964. chieftain Is none other than the
and Is to the as Americans enter Into
sorority girls an attempt protect rushee
full participation In what However, one of the most Inter- able and respected senior politi-
from because of might be
feelings obligation toward a sorority
called our "Midsummer night'smadness. esting theories to rise from the cal analyst Walter Lippman (a
previous friendships."A ." Many of the current debacle of the GOP Is that, Democrat by the way), say thatBarry's
element has resulting
new been added to the rushing
fantasies should Barry Goldwater be nomi- nomination spells Instant
added Miss of 13 would put Walt Disney'sFantasyland
program, Splcola.itA group to nated at the San Francisco's Cow death to the GOP. Many have
sorority girls one from each house has been chosenby shame.
,
Palace next month, then the woes gone so far out on the limb as to
Panhellenlc Council to advise rushees on problemsand Example. As most everyone
that his nomination will
of the COP are only beginning. say cause
knows, political experts have given
questions rush.
concerning Political analysts whn describe the COP to fade away Into oblivion,
Essentially these 13 girls will not actively partici- the Republicans about as much of a "moderates "
with a bit of a tear much as did the old Whig PartyIn
pate In the rush program but will represent sororitiesas chance of succeeding against Lyn- in their eyes point to the sad the 1850s. The Implied message
a unit, thereby facilitating rush for the rushees don Johnson In November as the conslusion of a Goldwater nomi- Is there: rise up, lethargic Republican -
and Panhellenic. proverbial snowball In Hades, nation with the prediction that moderates and push the
Schedule of Panhellenic events for the Fall Rush whomever the candidate may be. Goldwater will lose In NovemberIn nomination of a moderate like
Include: To best portray the plight of the a fashion similar to that of Scranton. Sure, he'll lose, but the
Panhellenlc Forum Sept. 3, 8:30-9:30: p.m. Univer- GOP one should be reminded simply AU Landon in 1936. That was the party will remain Intact and the
sity Auditorium.Ice of a quote from a recent columnby that FDR snowed the
year Kansas Grand Old Party will live on past
Water Teas Sept. 5, 1-6:15 p.m., Sept. 6 1- William F.Buckleydailynewspaper governor by an 11 million vote the '64 election to fight again.
6:15 p.m., University Auditorium. columnist, self-styled"Man margin. The repercussions of sucha Perhaps their motto Is "Survive
Informal Parties Sept. 12, 1-7:30 p.m., University on the Right," and national spokesman devastating defeat at the polls, With Scranton" or "Sink With
Auditorium.Skit ,of conservative RepublicanIsm these experts say,would be permanently Barrv."
Parties Sept. 13, 1:30-6:15 p.m., University as well as editor of right- disastrous to the Republican Psaw. And double psaw. Regardless -
Auditorium. wing National Review magazine. Party and would result in similar- of your opinion of Sena-
Preferential Parties Sept. 16, 6:30-9:30 p.m. Sept. Buckley, staunch foe of liberal- ly huge losses )by the party on the tor Goldwater, It Is hard to see
17, 6:30-9:30 p.m., University Auditorium.Bids ism wherever It may lurk, said ina state and local levels. how his nomination will result In
Come Out Sept. 19, 9 to 10 a.m., Dean of Wo- column appearing In national The mythoftheGreatRepublicanDisaster the permanent extinction of the
men's Office. newspapers June 18 that: U Goldwater Is the nomi- GOP. Once the GOP convention
"If I were a betting man, whichI nee has resulted primarily from decides upon Its nominee, say
am, I would bet that Goldwater the great desire of the Republican Goldwater, chances are that mostof
will win the nomination at San liberal wing to discredit Goldwater the split ranks will close and
Prof. Kessler off to Samoa Francisco (3-1), will lose the elec- at any cost and replace him witha the party will make at least some
tion to Johnson (10-1)); and that more moderate candidate suchas semblance of unity. The party,

Professor William J. Kessler, tant for the Florida Educational Scranton will be nomlndated by Scranton, Nixon or Romney It Is true, will be somewhat split,
I currently on leave from the Col- Television Commission developing the Republicans In 1968 (1-1)." Whether or Goldwater shouldbe whether the nominee Is Goldwateror
lege of Engineering, Is leavingGainesville the TV system for the GENESYS Such a statement by avid Republican the GOP nominee Is not my Scranton. Some people believe

this week for the mid- program. Buckley Is, to be sure, worry. ..However, this myth that (Continued on Page 5))
Pacific Island of Samoa.
While there he plans to spenda
month working as project engineer -
for the National Associa- .
tion of Educational Broadcasters
supervising the Installation of a Sdman
three-station educational tele- p\
vision comples for the govern-
ment of samoa.
Two years ago Kessler visited
Samoa to make an engineering
feasibility study for the system to REMODELINGSeems
be Installed this month. He has
recently been acting as a consul-
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New York trip ,

Tomorrow Is the last day the
.
Florida Union Board will taking -
deposits for the second New York -
World's Fair trip. The trip is
like yesterday that we moved into our new store, Instead of 4 vears ago, and now we're remodeling.
scheduled for Aug. 10 through the .
'
We hope to get lots of ah's and oh's from the ladles, and a nod of approval from the men when the workIs
19. The charge will be only $97
completed
round trip. Interested persons
may sign up at Room 315 of the
Florida Union. The courteous service will be the same, the fine nationally known apparel will be the same, but greater
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POLITICS r 1 Bye-bye, Cleopatra |


I :jiiijjj::::::: By DON FEDERMAN :$::::::;

Bop that FCC python ::1:1:1::$: Well "Cleopatra" leaves the State today, and once 1::;::;:;

1:1:1:1::::: again, culture returns to this town (you would think ::1$:::1:::
.. .. :Si:::::?:: the other theatres might have made the effort to show :$:::':

By JACK HORAN rogantly announced that he favored ment of Irate viewers threateningto :i-ijii:::: something interesting during the past three weeks $

The Federal Communications the proposal prior to the public hurl their TV sets into deep ::ii:::::;: while the State was going through one of its slack :&:::::

Commission has been acting like hearings.But canyons if the people's right to cut 1 jijiji::::1:: periods). Well, here is the rundown anyway of $:':?

a hungry python that will grab an the House of Representatives down the 60-second Buffer com- :?:::&:::; movies in town up until finals. :::$::;::

animal by the nose and constrictit waylayed the FCC when it mercial to 45 seconds is not :i-:8:::::::;: "The Moonsplnners," another Walt Disney winner, $::::::

slowly and methodically until tried to tiptoe through this order heeded. :::$::::::: moves Into the Florida this Thursday. I am at a $::::;!

the very life Is squeezed from Its that would limit the amount of time What Henry falls to recognizeis :83::::::: loss for words. Their next movie, the following :::;:::;!:;!

body. That is, unless someone that could be devoted to commer- that most people who object to :ijijijii::::::: Thursday, might be worth a look, it being "The j:1::r:

comes along and bops the pythonon cials during the program hour last the stations which stack commer- :88::::::: Carpetbaggers." :$::::::::

,the head with a club. January. Broadcasters declaredthe cial upon commercial wouldn't be :88::::::: As for the Gainesville Drive-In, you can't say :::$:::::!
Although the FCC is not a snakein FCC had no business in the so hot under the collar if they :ijijiji:::::::; much except keep looking at their ads and wait for .i::;:!:;:!::::

the grass, it showed in a futile area of broadcast advertising, and realized that a viewer permittinga SSi the Fall. ;ill!

attempt to outlaw "overcommer- three of the seven commissionershad TV station into his home com- ;'iii-iii::::::: But the State (yes the wonderful State) has made ::::$::::::

clllzation" that it hopes somedayto voted against Henry's order. pletes a contract which allows the ::ijijiji:::::: the last two weeks of school pretty interesting. :::ijj:::::::

completely regulate the elec- Angry congressmen nixed the station to advertise the sponsor's '::'i::$::::: Playing Wednesday and Thursday this week is Kazan's :g:::$::::

tronic mass media. A gradual scheme--which the bureaucracy product in exchange for the entertainment ':::$:::=: classic movie of Williams' classic play, "A Streetcar ;$:::::::::

usurping of powers can accomplish claimed was in the "public In- offered.In :88:::::: Named Desire," with Marlon Brando and Vivian :gg:::::::;
this easily. An aroused public terest" -- by a thumping 317-43 other words, you don't get :::::::;
::=$::::! Leigh. The movie Is a bit old,but for those who didn't ji-ig
and an alert Congress can preventthis vote.If. something for nothing. :iijijij:::;:: see it including this reviewer, it's worth the trip. gig::
takeover if they're armed with permitted, the FCC would However, the best way to get :jijijij::::: Playing Friday and Saturday is THE MOVIE OF THE :jig::::::;;

big clubs. have forced every radio and TV rid of overcom me retaliation is 1 ii-'xi::: YEAR (as far as significant foreign films go:1::1::::

The FCC's kingpin is chairman station In the country to conformto to simply switch the channel. :i-i-i-i:::::: "Shoot the Piano Player." Anyone who takes movies :;$:::;:;

William Henry of Memphis,Tenn., Its arbitrary rules of practicing ':itfii:::::: seriously cannot afford to miss this one (look for a ::::::$::::.

a Kennedy appointee who succeeded business. Rules such as limit- Other than viewer selection, any :ijijiji:::::: special review In Friday's paper). YOU SHOULD... ':;:ig:::::

Newton "Vast Wasteland" Minow. ing commercials to 5 an hour or corrective measures should come iiijiji::::::1 YOU MUST G0-_"also sprach Zarathustra!" The jig:::::
Henry likes to carry on Mlnow's 999 per week This is like telling from within the confines of the '::::::
:ijijiji::::: next movie Is the touching, tragic comedy "Billy :jig:
policies of jabbing broadcasters' Howard Johnson's it can have only industry, not from self-proclaimed :j-i'ji::: Liar," playing Sunday through Wednesday, which is ::i:::;i:

complacent rears--which isn't a 50 customers a day in its res- guardians of the indefinable public ::i-iii::::;: about a man who can bear life only through his world j:;:::$;::
bad thing but he also craves a taurant because any more would interest. Broadcasters can best ::::::
::ivii::::: of fantasy. Then comes the movie Life Magazine :: :
little bit of legal tall-twisting to annoy patrons while they dine. apply self-policing, since they :i::!
:jijijij::::1: recently gave a spread on, "Zulu. This is one, :iiJ:::
make sure they run their televi- Ultimately the order would have know proble ms of the Industry best. ::1 jijijij::::: to coin an old cliche, "the whole family can enjoy." :;:::::::::;
sion and radio stations as William bankrupted many smaller stations. They also know what when
Overcommerciallzatlon Is not happens :$:::::>: Lots of action and good acting. Finally, beginning :ijiji:ii::;
Henry thinks they ought to be run. regulatory gets its
any agency :jijiiij:::::: next Thursday is "Wuthering Heights" featuring ;!::$:::;
would
Henry tried to shove his way as widespread as Henry sticky fingers into someone's pie. :::
:iii-ii:::-:: Olivier -- need I say anymore about this movie. ::Sii'iiii ::
through the door of the broad- imagine. Three-quarters of thenation's Usually the pie gets eaten. ::::::: if the following has sounded like more publicity :::::::::

casting business with a big shoe, TV stations voluntarily :ii'iiii:::::: for the nice guys of the State Theatre, you are some- :::iii::::;:::
subscribe to the National
sponsoring a proposal to regulate Association Opponents of the powermove by :ijijij::::::: what right. It's not that I would try to sell a bad :jijijiji j-::;::::;:::
commercial time. He even ar- of Broadcasters ethics code Henry and his cohorts predictedthat ::::::: movie to the public; rather, it is that the State continues :::::::::::
which
makes its subscribers adhere
if the commission was not :ijijiji:::::: to serve an unique function to this community, :ijig::::::
to 10-16 minutes of
Improve mercial time an hour If they com-wish stopped, control over commercial ::i-i-ii::::: so to the valiant, go the medals. Other theatres take :::::::
content and programming would :
to remain in These ijijiji $
good standing.
result. They had good reason for !
coverageEDITOR standards were Identical to the alarm over this apparently minor tl mml i t1liilltllf@Ji Mmi: ::Wi: : ::K i: :m:m::):
ones the FCC wanted to clampon reform
order. This type of med-
: the industry. dling is just a pigmy step away quire- constant sentinels to warn gress, a parallel tradition of free-
I just returned from the con Revenue from commercials sus- from governmental censorship of of the slightest infringements.As dom of the electronic press can be
cert featuring Marilyn Dubow,vio tain both stations and networks. A the mass media.Newspapers long as the public performs institutionalized and Ingrained in
linist. Her performance was superbly commercial to WJXT in Jackson- this task through a watchful Con- the heritage of the nation forever.
done; but it was pitiful to ville or NBC means the same as
count the small audience In at- a sale to a department store, a have a press free-
dom guaranteed by the Constitu-
tendance. client to a lawyer, a spectator to
tion. TV and radio do not, since
Your coverage of the event was a professional athlete. Without,
they had not been conceived when
good, but why can't more adver- some sort of "admission price"on
the document was written. Because
tising be done in the dormitories an incentive basis, the mass -
it is to
where most of the students live? media could not provide Its ser- necessary regulatethe
air and allocate broad-
waves
In my dorm, one of the largeston
vice.Henry casting channels to
preclude mechanical -
campus, no coverage of the seems to think that the
chaos, licensing of Individual -
I event was given. commercial broadcasting business
\ I am sure that there are more doesn't have to pay bills or makea stations became a neces-
function of the federal
than 205 music appreciators attending profit, but is a public utility sary govern-
ment.
summer session, who with that has been benignly granted a

reminding:; would attend these excellent monopoly right to exploit the public Television especially has expanded -
entertainment outlets spon- like the old robber baron railroads.
I from the role of an entertainer -
sored by the Lyceum Cuncil and Congress disagrees here. It says into the important job of
other campus groups. the FCC Act of 1934 never intendedthe and
news presentation interpretation -
Since I am only a teacher here mass media to be treated likea as well as editorial commen-

for summer session, I appreciate common carrier. 'The Act authorized tary. Guarding against govern-
being able to use my student ticketto the FCC to regulate only mental control and censorship to

best advantage; for when I return the airwaves, Rep. Oren Harrisof maintain a media of free and unfettered -

to Jacksonville in a few weeks, Arkansas pointed out. Con- news and opinion will re- Will The Real GOP Favorite Please Stand Up?
entertainment of ths calibre will gress should know--It wrote the

cost from $3 up per ticket. law.To ANALYSIS
Please try to advertise current justify his foray into private

events on campus in the dormi- enterprise, Henry contends the Essay's the best
tories more fully so that others American people want to rise up test

may partake of these pleasures. and throw off the yoke of over- -
commercialization. He probably To my way of thinking the worst effect of mass bers recognize these deficiencies the"system" seems I

C. E. Sowerby, Jr. pictures a great grass roots move- enrollments and our own University College trimester to be almost an Imperative because of the pace of the
system is the system of testing it encourages. As one trimester and the: masses of students which must be
------ The 9 Florida i i who has survived four years of this institution of (processed):

over-flowing learning and entered the other world of In my opinion, quality is sacrificed for quantity. !
ALLIGATOR law school I have some serious second thoughts about When I entered upper division in political sciencewe
( the value of first two in
my years college. were just beginning the trimester system. But
The professors I could stand, the big lectures I because of their determination not to sacrifice the

Editor . . . . . . .John Askins could sit through, but the machine-graded "Flunken- quality of their courses, all of my professors con-
stein" tests seemed absolutely worthless. It wasn't tinued to insist on essay exams.

Executive Editors because the tests themselves were so unfair or badly Essay exams force students to thing and to corf-
mishandled. It wasn't that I minded scanning the rows munlcate since
Bob Thomas Benny Cason effectively their thoughts. I have long
Associate Editors of numbers for my grade. The real fault lies inherently forgotten the detail memorized in C-21. I will never

Jim Castello Ed Barber in the short-answer system Itself. lose the value of the approach to thinking learned In
Pat Hogan Eunice Tall The common pattern among many freshmen and political s.cience.

sophomores Is to spend great amounts of time cram- It can be pointed out further that essay exams are

Editor. . .Ernie Lltz ming for tests. Small facts and bits of Informationare probably the academic
Sports . . . most effective detterent to
high priority and little or value Is given to a cheating that has ever been devised.

Staff writers student's ability to synthesize material In a rational I will always be grateful to those professors who :

John Hancock, Don Federman, RtvaGoldberc,VernonSwartsel, pattern. graded papers In frantic overtime even during our I
Liz Brewer, Charlie Bush, Jim Carleto, Anne Richards, Jim Each student's grade (which is by far the most shortened exam period so that their students might
Waldron and patti Pltz. important thing to most students) depends upon his learn.

ability to vomit forth these facts at exam time. A ,* *

The Florida Alligator is the official student newspaper of the premium Is therefore placed on sheer memorization.Little Fred Hazouri made a good pqlnt in his letter

University of Florida and is published five times weekly emphasis is put on the student's capacity to' last week saying that this writer had possibly over- I,

except during the months of May, June and July, when it is organize his thoughts and communicate them effectively looked the idea of choice In deciding how each individual !
published semi-weekly. The Florida Alligator Is enteredas on paper. As a result, many students should approach the civil rights problem. ;

second-class matter at the United States Post .Office at graduate without this ability. My point is, however, that a STUDENT bas already I
Gainesville, Florida. The r 'al tragedy is that while many faculty mem made his choice.



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third of the
national total. In 1951
Continued from Page 3))
( there were 199 Republicans In the
House of Representatives. This
this is a tendency Inherent in the number had fallen to 153 by 1959. +
party Itself. The number cf Republican state
As to the "Decline and Fall of senators in the legislatures dipped
the GOP" if Goldwater Is elected, from 754 in 1951 to 592 In 1959.
it would take some doing for Gold- In those same state legislaturesin d, ) ,
water's candidacy to duplicate the 1951 there were 2566 membersIn ra r
losses incurred during the eight- the lower houses. By 1959
year long reign of one Dwight David there were only 1942.
Eisenhower, the GOP President Lumped together, the Eisen- ., 1
from 1953 to 1961 and the first hower Years saw the GOP lose +
Republican to break a 20-year 24 per cent in the vital offices -
Democratic monopoly on the presi below the level of the presidency.
dency. Perhaps Goldwater's candidacy *11w
Raymond Moley, In his "Perspective" would result in a violent shock to '
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column in the April 20 the GOP, but it is hard to imaginehow Ie
issue of Newsweek diagrammed the his nomination could result in 4c z
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vast GOP losses while Eisenhowerwas a loss as substantial as that of ,
in office. In 1951 there were the Eisenhower Years --- the e ,
47 Republican senators,slightly modern "Golden Days of Republi-
less than half of the total member- canism." Could It possibly be the
ship of the Senate. In 1959, after liberal wing of the GOP is simply ,1.;
six years of Republican rule, that using the No Win With Barry . ,
total had dipped radically to 34. theme to head off the Senator at i' "-rS...}
In 1951 there had been 25 GOP the pass and with no sense of reali- S f15 j .% \ ,
governors. By 1959 this total had ty or recognition of the misgivingsof :.j .
fallen to a paltry 14, less than one- the Eisenhower Administration? .

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8:15 in University Auditorium, sponsored by Lyceum Council. Tickets, available from

8 a.m. to noon and 1 to 5 p.m. in room 108, Music Building are free to students with

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3 shows highlight week

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GN GEM S Three contrasting musical programs will be pre- Martin, Soprano; Talka Lupkiewicz, Alto; Denver
sented on campus this week. Joe and Penny Aronson, Sherry, Tenor; and Marshall Thomas, Dass.
211 W. University Ave. with their folksongs and satire, will appear in Uni- Lighter selections on the program Include the Six
versity Auditorium tonight at 8:15 as the final attraction Chansons by the late Paul Hindemith, one of that
in the summer series sponsored by the composer's most felicitlous compositions,and"Some-
Lyceum Council. body's Coming" from "The Tall Kentuckian" by Nor-
The Summer Choral Union, conducted by Guy Webb, man Dello Jolo.
will present a program of contemporary choral musicin All of the vocal forces will combine for a finaleIn
the University Auditorium Wednesday evening, Lloyd Pfautsch's setting of the John Greenleaf
See What's New IN July 15, at 8:15. Whittier poem, "Canticle to Peace." There is no
__ The Summer Gator Band, with Richard W. Bowles charge for this program and everyone is Invited to
conducting, will present another in its summer seriesof attend.
Twilight Concerts on the Plaza of the Americas, PLAZA PROGRAM
The Browse Shop Wednesday evening, at 6:45.FOLKSONGS Wednesday's Twilight Concert by the Summer Gator -
AND SATIRE Band features a varied selection of the martial,
Concerning their appearance on campus tonight, the light and lilting, and the usual standard and popular
.Joe Aronson says the following: classics.
MASTERING THE COLLEGE CHALLENGE
"Penny and I sing folksongs, but we don't Just Three clarinet soloists,Robert Draddock, a graduate
I .Bette Sol dwell I sit up on high stools and drone 93-verse, nasal bal- student from Daytona Beach, Mason Hughes,a graduate
! THE'TOWN .William Faulkner lads; we stand up and belt the big one, "mug" and student from Melbourne, and Dr. Jerry Nell Smith of
do "takes" on the broad humor, poker face some the Department of Music faculty will be heard in a
CONSERVATISM IN AMERICA satires and parodies, take parts and act out the dialogue humorous treatment of "Three Blind Mice." Mason
.Clinton Rassiter songs and get the audience to sing along on Hughes will then take the E flat Sopranfco: Clarinetin
! choruses, do syncopated handclaps and take simple hand to offer "Efer's Holiday."
MOSES & MONOTHEISM .Sigmund Freud
harmony parts. We are entertainers who use the The usual complement of the rhythmic and popularwill
THE IMMENSE JOURNEY .Laren Eisley techniques of theatre--of the actor, the dance, the Include Leroy Anderson's "Horse and Buggy,"
LINCOLN RECONSIDERED .David Donald mime and the story-teller as well as those of the conductor Bowles' own "Touch of Jazz"selections
singer and musician--on a framework of meaningful from Leonard Bernstein's "West Side Story."
THE REBEL .Albert CamusTECHNICAL song. Because we are more interested in com- Bowles will also conduct the "Fingal's Cave"
municating the meaning, drama and humor of our Overture by Mendelssohn, "Symphonic Songs for
& REFERENCE songs than merely giving recital of pretty melodiesand Band" by Robert Russell Bennett, and the "Toccata
I quaint lyrics, we utilize the arts of the 'diseur' Marzlale" by Ralph Vaughn Williams. -
I as well as those of the 'chanteur'."
ELEMENTARY PARTICLES & COSMIC RAYS University of Florida students obtain tickets for MARRIAGE OF FIGARO
the Aronson's on their I. D. cards. All other tickets The University of Florida Department of Music's
Ramakrishnan are $2.00. Tickets will be available at the door Summer opera production, Mozart's "Marriage of
, STATISTICAL THEORY OF SIGNAL DETECTION tonight. Figaro," directed by Sarah Traverse Turner, will
I Helstrom I CONTEMPORARY CHORAL MUSIC be presented in the air conditioned P.K.Yonge School
Guy Webb will conduct a concert of contemporarychoral Auditorium July 23 and 24. There Is no charge for ..
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS .Arf music Wednesday evening at 8:15 In the Uni- the presentation. There will be no tickets and seats
versity Auditorium. Performing groups include the will not be reserved.
Summer Choral Union and the University Choir En- LOOKING AHEAD
BROWSE SHOP semble. Soprano, Joan Stout will be heard as soloistin The Florida String Quartet, Edward Troup1n and IDa
the Prelude for Voices by William Schuman. Claire Forbes, violins; Robert Schieber, viola; and
Patrlclal Mitchel and Lee Otto are the accompanists. Marie Henderson, 'cello, will present a concertIn
Campus Shop & Bookstore The first half of the program will be devoted to the the air conditioned Medical Center Auditorium on -
Mass in G Minor, by Ralph Vaughn Williams, for Solo Tuesday July 21 at 8:15. The concert will Include
Quartet and Double Chorus. Soloists are Annette works by Haydn, Brahms, and Webern.I .




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(i) Let me come In 1 You had your "

I CLASSIFIEDS i I II O C with you, Lionel I'! chance 00'"


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10' x 45' Skyline Mobile home in / .,.:

I For: Sale I good condition. Call 372-1803 after c::::::::::> --
5 p.m. Located at Town & Coun-
try Trailer Park, Lot K-l. (A- 1% Don Addis
50' x 10' 1959 Great Lakes Trailer 156-5t-c).

center kitchen,screened porch, .
completely furnished,abundance of 32' Glider with enclosed cabana, 1961 VW Camper, ideal for vaca-

closets, TV antenna, TOP condition air cond., (urn., 2 BR. 1 bunkor tions, weekends. Will consider .Pdtronize FLORIDAA
Priced for quick sale. Town ( 1 BR and study), excellent small car in trade. Phone FR

and Country Trailer Park. Call cond. only $1,200. B-12 Archer 6-8314. (G-156-tf-nc). 'Gofer 1lN'AEmIi1IIB.fI'
FR 2-4428 after 6 p.m. (A-1S1- Road Village Trailer Park, FR '

,tf-c). -. 6-0961 after 5 p.m. (A-156-2t-p). '62 Mercedes-Benz Sedan 190 c. : Al
SEWING MACHINES SingerPortable One owner, excellent condition, ,erUsers
Round Bobbin, guaran- FOR SALE 4 bicycles oneboy's new tires, seat belts. $450 under
teed, 2995. White Zlg-Zag, like 20", one boy's 24", one list price. Health Center Exten-
new; monograms, buttonholes, girl's 20", one girl's 26". Phone sion 5467. (G-156-3t-c).
sews on buttons, darns and mends.No 3726085. (A-156-3t-c).
attachments needed. Only $52. w iEQINKOLgf

CaU3727680. 611 W. UniversityAve. FOR SALE -Baby bed and mattress I Help WantedEARN !
(A-153-tf-c). In very good condition. $25. Call
372-4875 after 5:30. (A-154-tf-nc). SURPRISE IN SUSPENSEISinnmonJJ.
2 Amana Air Conditioners, 220V $2.50 In one hour partici-
; one Is 12,500 BTU, the otheris pating in a psychology experiment.Call .
14,500 BTU 1 yr. old. Both 1 For Rent I 376-6363 after 6:00 p.m. (E-
for $400. Can be seen at Gaines- 155-4t-c). CLASSIFIEDS
ville Miniature Raceway upstairs

In the old Pi Kappa Phi house, Furnished apartment, $70 per I Wanted I
corner of 13th St. and UniversityAve. month. Utilities furnished. 2 BR, 20 WORDS

(A-153-tf-c). living, dining rm., kitchen bathat .y.Technicolor.
A 9 N. E. 9th St. Please call DO YOU SPEAK HAITIAN I $1 for 1 Day

8' x 43' Hick's Trailer with 11' 6-0672 after 5:30 p.m. weekdays. CREOLE? If you do and are avail I I fI "
x 30' cabana. Alr-condltloned. (B-156-3t-c:). able for tutoring, call Bob at

Fenced yard. Archer Road Village 25265. (C-155-2t-c).
Thomas Room for rent for one girl. Closeto
G. Stewart. FR
67317. (A-153-tf-c:). campus. $40 per month or $50
with kitchen privileges. Call 2- r ServicesNESTOR'S .I

1964 Honda Motor-bike.: Only 500 1054 after 5 p.m. (B-156-3t-c:).

miles, Just take up payments. I
256-W, Flavet m. Call 372-7165
I TV SERVICE was
evenings after 6 or on Sunday. L Autos
LADIES SPORTSWEAR
forced for move. Now located at
(A-154-3t-c).
232 S. E. 1st St., west of'old Post i
'
61 Buick Convertible all power. Office. Free estimates. Tubes
If you want a good stereo, I haveIt. Excellent condition. See at 15 S.W. checked free. Phone 3727326. REMODELING SALE
$200 cash. Save $150 on a
3rd Ave. Phone
FR 66481. (G- We Invite all our old friends to
6 mo. old model. Call 376-0132. 15N6t-c). come and see us. (M-153-9t-c). i STARTS MONDAY, JULY 13TH .
(A-155-2t-c).
r
.. Seems like yesterday that we moved Into our
Desk, $10, bookcase, $5, or both Red MG MIDGET 1963; 10,000 S new store, Instead of 4 years ago, and now
for $13. Tandem bike, $10. Phone miles; $1495; one owner, excellent I Peal EstateLarge ----- we're remodeling. The courteous service will
I I A GOOD be the same. The fine nationally knownSELECTION
FR 6-8484. (A-155-3t-c). condition, call 6-3148. (G-154- .
will be the (with lines
sportswear same new
3t-c ,
).
OF added), but greater shopping comfort for our
3 BR, 2 bath, CCB home,
CostumeJewelry customers Is the real reason for this change,
Bedroom, bathroom, kitchen and central hardwood floors
1969 Volkswagen sedan, excellent heating, Please bear with us for a few weeks you'll be
living, room drapes. Also bed- Florida room, full appliances.Located I
condition; private lady owner. Extra pleasantly surprised. In the meantime, take
room and living room rugs. All features, WW, R "II. Asking near Llttlewood. Terms to 1/3 advantage of these exciting values.You won'tmind
less than 10 mo. old. Call 376- suit buyer. Owners moving out of AT OFF the inconvenience when you see these
$875. If Interested call FR
0358 after 5 p.m. (A-155-2t-c:). state. CaU372-3793. (I-151-llt-p). great savings,
t 68373. (G-155-2t-c:).

HEELS in 5 minutes Law professor selling spacious ,NATIONALLY ADV. BRANDS
pyt on 1961 Chevrolet Impala convertible. 3 bedroom home; 11/2 bath, attic
SOLES put on in IS.anuId Excellent condition. See and driveat fan, built-in drawers, vanity, and BATHING SUITS
256-W Flavet ID. Call 372- much storage.$80 per month.Many
MODERN SHOE' 7165 evenings after 6 or on Sun- extras. Negotiate equity. FR ENTIRE STOCK
REPAIR SItOP day. (G-154-3t-c). 62775. 1062 N. E. 14th Ave. (I-
locross From 1st natonol bsnk 153-tf-c:). From 1298 to 30'8

'64 Chevrolet Impala, 4 dr. hard
top, automatic transmission, R & 4 BR, 2 bath home; 2200 Sq. ft. NOW 1/3 OFF B
LAST H, 2200 miles. '63 Falrlane 500 Convenient to University. $21,500. :

Sports coupe, standard transmis- Terms negotiable. Available Sep-
TIMES ., sion & air. Both cars in mint tember 1. 372-7658 after 5 week- BEACH ACCESSORIES TOO.
condition. Will accept trade. 376- days. (I-150-6t-c).
0906. (G-I 6-1t-c). ENTIRE SUMMER STOCK !

Immediate occupancy; must sell; .
TODAYM MAT assume mortgage; low down pay-
ment. Almost new 3 BR CCB Fine
Groupings of BERMUDAS
UP TO
,
openBlmtH'X home, central heating and cooling;
Q( 12:45 .Arrl N1 VNAA/AA 10 minutes to University;payments SLIM PANTS and SKIRTS.

.... ,. $80 per month; 2847 N. E. 13th ALL REGULAR STOCK
mlUM':Wl-- show ties u. Awl A II AS RANI MERCHANDISE 'i'2 OFF
,Drive; call 6-0445 after 6. (I-
a AND WE HAVE AN
1:10 TONITE thru THURSDAY 154-3t-c). INTERESTING
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..... Collection of BLOUSES
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iI.a r .,, EVE See 2 as late as 9:401111at I I house, 3 bedrooms, fireplace, ; CO-ORDINATES,
QI1. J screen porch, modern plumbing, SPORT DRESSES
: .11'open ------ 7:50---------
.*.err.re ; I" big lawn, 6 outbuildings, great 1/2 OFF
6:30 shade trees, 3 acres tillable,close Perhaps hove you'll find a match-mote for the Item
you already purchased from us. It's
show to1 school, 30 four-lane minutes worth coming downtown for.

,7:10 o from campus. On state highway,
fenced all around, new electric Enjoy the Convenience of a
out I well pump. $9,750. Terms.United
10:40 METROCOLORat Farm Agency, Ocala 6297284.(I- SK.VERMAN'5 CHARGE ACCOUNT
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$1725 9:40 153-tf-c).
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WANTED TO BUY -- Good duplexes
triplexes, and multiple unit Same Morning. Come Down Together to
e apartments In good neighborhoods.John .
"A D. Dillon, 372-7658 after 5

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I How much pain can you stand ? -I

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How much pain can a person stand? can be scientifically measured, the limits of human original message picked up by the pain receptors.
There Is no precise answer to this question, for a endurance cannot.Of They are the means by which memories of past
number of reasons. Medical research has found that one thing researchers are certain; there is experiences can intensify or minimize pain.
the reaction to pain not only differs with each in- seldom need for anyone to suffer prolonged pain, Thus, the amount and the quality of pain that you
dividual, but often within the Individual. While pain because we have pain relieving drugs that range from feel is not dependent only on the amount of bodily
I the non-prescription analgesics, notably straight aspirin damage that is Inflicted. It has much to do with your
to powerful narcotics obtainable only on a doc- previous experiences and how well you remember
tor's prescription. them, and your ability to understand the cause of
Davis science delegateDr. Strange as it may seem, not all paints painful. It's the pain and its consequences.For .
all in how you feel when you experience it. Tem- example, anxiety can greatly increase pain.
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J perament and psychological factors are also Involved.One When you expect an experience to be painful, your
study, for example, Indicates that a person's "pain threshold" will decrease. A past painful
George K. Davis, Director sion which will develop definitive reaction to pain may depend on how he saw his parents visit to your dentist may cause you to expect all
I of Nuclear Sciences and Professorof programs for international research behave under similar circumstances when he was a subsequent visits to be painful, and the chances are
Nutrition at the UF has been on the biological basis of child. If they reacted impassively and controlled their they will be. The woman who expects childbirth to
appointed a delegate of the National productivity and human welfare. emotions, the chances are good that the child will be a painful experience, usually finds It to be a far
Academy of Sciences to the During the past year, Dr. Davis also when he grows up. greater ordeal than it should be.
I First General Meeting for the has served on the National Aca- The mechanism through which you feel pain is so
| international Biological Program demy of Sciences Committee on complicated that there are times when the same pain That headache mentioned earlier illustrates anxiety -
I it was announced last week. The the International Biological Pro- appears to be more or less Intense than at any of another form. Normally encountered and
meeting will be held In Paris July gram which was charged with developing previous time. disregarded, it may be no more than a slight head-
23-25. an evaluation of the pro- For example, you may one day have a headache that ache. However, when you're under a severe psy-
Dr. Davis was appointed by Dr. gram from the standpoint of U.s. is so severe you can't reach for the aspirin fast chological strain, it may easily be magnified out of
Fredrick Seitz, President of the scientists.The enough. Yet, similar, headache on another day will. all proportion.
National Academy of Sciences.The hardly upset you at all. Every parent knows that reaction to pain dependson iii
General Meeting of the International N. A. S. Committee also Suppose you touch a hot stove. The Intense heat the circumstances. For example, 'if you spanka
Biological Program is has presented projects and programs with which your finger has come in contact is con- child across the bottom in punishment, he will
being held under the auspices of the : which could be supportedas verted Into a code of electrical nerve impulses or yell and cry; but If you are smiling and the slap is
International Council of Scientific part of an International signals. This takes place in tiny nerve endings in in Jest, or a pleasant part of play, he will laugh.
Unions and will be a working sesTurtletaggers- Program. the skin called pain receptors.At At New York Hospital some years ago, Dr. JamesD.
one time it was believed these pain receptors, Hardy and a team of researchers pioneered withan
I embarkFour individually stimulated, transmitted the nerve Impulses Instrument called 'dolorimeter" with which they
directly to a particular area of the brain. were able to produce and measure pain. The Instrument -
graduate students left their navigation and migration There the message was interpreted into the sensationof used a lens that focused the heat from an
Gainesville last week for the coastof habits. pain. However, recent research indicates the electric bulb onto a blackened area of skin.
Costa Rica to study the habitsof The green sea turtle is Importantto transmission of pain signals to the brain is not that Dr. Hardy found that pain reached its excruciating
the green sea turtle. The stu- the economics of under- simple or that direct.Investigators maximum when the skin temperature reached 152
dents-.Don Kelso, Richard Moore, developed peoples in the Carib- have found that pain receptors are degrees or about the Intensity of a grease burn. After
Ross Kiester and Stephen Carr. bean. Weighing up to 400 pounds, actually busy networks of fibers with broad over- that the pain remained constant, no matter how much
will base their studies on the wild the big turtles are easy to kill lapping sensitive fields. In the case of a burned heat was turned on.
gulf coast at the mouth of the and unwise exploitation is destroying finger, any number of sensory networks may become However, Dr. Hardy in his studies could not answer
Tortugaro River. them, Dr. Carr said. activated at the same time. Each network transmitsits the question of how much pain a person could possibly
The project's goal Is to build own coded pattern of nerve Impulses.In stand. His Instrument could not measure the limitsof
Biology Professor Dr. Archie up colonies of the turtles, so the the spinal cord the relays of pain receptor fibers human endurance to pain. The reason Is that sudden
Carr, head of the project, said students are also distributing meet and connect with certain nerve fibers that run pain, even of less Intensity than a grease burn, if it
their purpose was to tag the turtles 30,000 eggs to 16 sites in the down from the memory-storing areas of the brain. lasts long enough, can overwhelm the higher nerve
and undertake field research on Caribbean, Dr. Carr added. These memory-carrying fibers serve to interpret the centers so much that a person may fall into a faint.
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By ERNIE LITZ cated Single-Wing, and it became The result was essentially the It is 'similar' to the offense
Sports Editor widely used. "Wing T" offense, of which thereIs the Gators run, although every
We will later discuss how the 0 ooo.000defense a diagram (II) of one variation team runs a different system, and
College football attendance has caught up with the 0 below. It was virtually createdby the same formation does not assure
been rising by leaps and bounds "Straight T," but suffice it now to 0 0 Dave Nelson at Delaware but was the same basic attack.
for the past ten years. Stadiums say they forced the offense to popularized by Forrest Evashevskl Diagram III shows the "pro"
have bee built on college cam- spread out a little and vary the at Iowa, making wide use of""trap- type offense where one end is split
puses to seat over 100,000 people.Yet attack. III "pro" type offense blocking" in his system. wide to one side and one half

despite this rabid support, back is split wide to the other. It

few people understand much more This is the line of scrimmage as the ball is snapped. Notice number 52, linebacker is basically a passing offense, but
than the rules, rarely what really its secret lies in the fact that the
goes on In actual play. Roger Pettee, keying the quarterback and middle lineman to tell him where the formation forces the defense to

The modern game of football is play is. Note the top right end running forward and the tackle next to him is mov- spread out more loosely, thus
the so called "T" offense. Todaywe leaving it somewhat weaker to
ing back. Is it a pass? cope
talk exclusively of offense. with an inside or running
.., !- .." game.
The "T" has actually been In i

use since well before the 1940's. The basic idea Is, of course,
However the transition of the offense to move the ball forward and this
of that era (the single-wing) is done through an offensive sys-
did not occur until coaches rea- tem of varying different plays,
lized they needed a wider attack, A some of which are designed to

more innovation and maneuvera- Q I p y4i "set-up" plays shooting for big
bility. It came to be that one W. ; yardage or the "home run"touch-
"Bud" Wilkinson, head coach at i ttll, down play.Diagram.
the University of Oklahoma, came I shows the tackle and
to stress the "T." He actually I guard opening a "hole" for the
popularized it; he didn't create it. simplest play in football, the dive.
The "Straight T" that he used It is simply the halfback moving
(Diagram I) was basically designedto straight ahead between guard and
slip a back past the line of tackle, depending upon which way
scrimmage quickly. Under the old the tackle blocks his defensive as-
system of blocking, two offensivemen signment.We .
were used to hit one defen- I
sive man, thus presumably opening will later get Into more
huge gaps in the line. This t rI technical plays but this Is the basic
forced the defense to run straight ; beginning of any attack. It Is sort
across the line of scrimmage. of a "probing" type of play. It
The"T" took advantage of this. helps the offense find out where
AU an offensive (lineman) had to the defense may be weak.
do was quickly turn a defensive f Quickly turning to passing, I
lineman, and the back would slip think we should point out that the
right through.It quarterback does not simply run
was much simpler and easierto back and throw, although the pros
teach than the more compU- -y4 F have pass series' which do just
that._
,FROM THE GATOR PIT This is what happens when a defensive player 'red-dogs. In play diagram IV, the quarter-

QB Tom Shannon is caught by surprise and rushed by a back has come back Into the"pocket -

Mississippi State end preventing completion of the[ plan- ," behind his protective
,
Grid educationBy blockers, In order to have time to
ned play. look up field and aim and throw
., his
< if! < pass.

ERNIE LITZ Occasionally however a defen-
Sports Editor sive player will "blitz" or "red-
Today Inaugurates an attempt to "educate" the UP student body into ;: dog." These are football terms
the art of the modern game of football.No ; which announcers use with great
one can seriously expect that my series will really make our glee, but with which most fans are
readers "experts" on the sport, but at least this fall perhaps some of unfamiliar.The .
you will have a little better understanding of how the game is played. mean that a defensive player -
I realize that this is a little ambitious,especially fur a student news- "+ V has come across the line of
paper, but then we have a more concerted interest in football (i.e., scrimmage just when the ball was
the Florida Gators) than does the average reader or fan.I snapped. Essentially Is guessingthat
hope no one takes my word on football as the Gospel, because it T:* a certain play, or type of play,
surely isn't. This Is an'at tempt to pro vide a framework, not a speciali- __ is coming and he is going to try
zation. I realize that I have overgenerallzed and exaggerated some Y to get in the backfield before the
things, but only for the sake of general comprehension.All offense has time to get ready to
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you football people out there who already know what the devil block.
I'm talking about please forgive me for some of these inaccuracies, y as When this happens you see the
I know they exist. poor quarterback caught by a sur-
n
Any comments, or clarifications will gratefully be receivedand printed prise rush, and no time to throwor
Further edificationSince carry off the planned play.
Tommy Shannon shows what happens -
our contest is proceeding at a pace designed to outlast the UF's 1 In this situation in the accompanying -
"permanently temporary" buildings, I think some motivation is in order. picture.We .
How do you all feel about athletic scholarships? Are they a waste of "" ro'
time? Do they provide an education for boys who might otherwise not will close here today by
be able to attend college? Aren't UF academic requirements eliminating pointing out'that when things like
-I some of these criticisms? And the like. Let's hear from you.I the above do happen, It does not
have my opinions, but I'm Interested In yours. There certainly are necessarily mean a "failure" on
many valid arguments for continuation of the program and many againstit. the part of the offensive team.Normally -
only a close look at the play
Just for your own knowledge I think that we should significantlypoint can tell one whether or not It wasa
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out that the UF Athletic Association yearly gives many thousands case of one team doing a poor job,
6 of dollars, to the university for the express purpose of allowing non- or the other team just doing a realgood
4 athletes to have money to keep In school. These are grants, not loans. job, and just being better.
... Before we go off half-cocked with some criticisms of Athletic policiesI This is essentially what happenedIn
think this is one area where recognition has been completely over- the LSU Homecoming game last
looked, deliberately or otherwise. fall. we didn't play such a fcad
game, but the LSU Tigers playedan
HC 64 and
more
exceptional OM, and they came
up with the "big plays" at the
y Ron LaFace, President of Florida Blue Key, which nominally makesor right time.
breaks a successful or unsuccessful Homecoming says that the HC
Next time we will take up more
i slogan contest Is coming along OK, but he'd like to see some more technical aspects of offense and
entries arrive. Tomorrow is the deadline, so you'd better hurry. we will begin defense.







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