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Creation Date: November 10, 1964
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Vol. 57, No. 49 University of FloridaGairvttvillt Tuesday, Nov. 10, 1964

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: '. ', .'" 'THE DEEP SOUTH'S FINEST COLLEGE DAILY"' . '. :.. .' .

I New Year To Bring New Research Library

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..:|1 $21,000 Plus.I 1::j For January.

Dollars for Scholars cot off its deathbed this year and became one Construction of the UF search library.
of the healthiest scholarship programs on the UF campus. Library Is expected to begin about Upon completion of the research The second floor will house the
The drive reached a new low last year and administrative officials January and the $2.23 million library, the present library will science collection document
feared tuition would have to be raised in order to meet the building should be ready for use by accommodate the undergraduate collections, administration offices
program's'needs. However, this year under the capable leadership of the fall trimester of 1060. collection and will be designatedthe and IBM equipment
chairman Bill McBride the drive raised over $21,000 with still more Mrs. Margaret 1 K. Goggln, College Library.The The third floor will contain the
money to come. assistant director of reading ground floor will have social I I sciences collection,
The drive started off with a total of $9,000 already In the coffers. services, said the new library will iwHTrence and bibliography humanities collection and reserve
The other $12,000 was raised during this week. With the federal be located across from the presentone collections and services, the card desk. The P.K. Yonge Library of
government matching every one student dollar with nine of their' own on the plaza of the Americas.An catalog, circulation desk, Florida History and the Ishtll
the program is close to$200,000 rich. This would be over $13.00 appropriation of$2.23 million acquisitions and cataloging work Collection will be located on the

per student. has been made for the library. ...u..u.areas. ...........and...............a.......new..............book..............lounge.....................''..."fourth'..............floor.Council ......................................'.' .. ,
soEipafRol''' The total area is to be 110,650 : '-
Kennedy, Student Body

President, said this was the great square feet and the building will 1' .MMt ]
Alpha Delta Pi . $604.52 est display of school unity he has house approximately 500,000
Chi Omega . . 427.10 ever seen at the UF. volumes.
Alpha Chi Omega 338.18 "I have never seen such out- The library, open only to
Delta Delta Delta. . 326.58 standing response from the stu- graduate students, will have 15 I Slated Tonight i;
Zeta Tau Alpha. . 320.04 dents," said Kennedy. "We chal- seminar conference rooms, 28

Sigma Kappa. . 242.66 lenged them and they met the chal- faculty rooms and 250 student study ::: Legislative Council Will meet tonight at 8:90 p.m. In the f::
Alpha Epsilon Phi. . 219.37 lenge as we knew they would. carrels. The latter Is over twice ::: Florida Union Auditorium. The m.etJ1tt! time was changed ::$
Delta Gamma . 163.52 "None of It would have been the number available in the presentVets' ::r from 7:30 p.m. so students taking progress tests can attend. j|:;;
Alpha Omicron PI . 82.16 possible," continued Kennedy "if
;: All committe' except the Rules and Calendar Committee %:
Phi Mu. . . 81.64 it hadn't been for McBride. I ,:::::::::::: ::::::,,,: ,,::::::::::::::: ::*': :::: will present reports on their activities this trimester. Five ||'
Delta Phi Epsilon 25.83 couldn't have picked a better chair : j
1. :::: committees giving reports are the Budget and Finance Com- &
Men's Dorms: man. He did a tremendous job for :: Committee Excuse Committee Constltutlorul r?
.: :: mlttee, Academic Affairs >
Hume Hall . . $217.78 us." Day | :::: Revisions Committee, and Publications Committee. |::;
Murphree Area. . 64.42 McBride said the whole Impetusfor :':: A student will be elected to the Faculty Disciplinary Com- $
Women's Dorms: the drive came out of Ken I I :::: mlttee. Two candidates were approved by Dean of Men's '
Jennings Hall East and nedy's office. McBride said he had Ceremonies r!
:::: Affairs Frank T. Adams from a list submitted by the council. :;
West. .... . $313.38 to promise Kennedy at the beginning :;:: Both students, Eric Roger Winchester and Arthur Ivan Jacobs, '$:
Rawlings . .. .. 293.78 of the year he would try I Tomorrow r :::: were nominated at the last council meeting, but neither student ::ji
Broward. . ... 261.35 to get the whole student body I. :;:: was present, so voting was tabled. Neither is a member of ::::
Graham Area. .... 131.74 wrapped up In the $15,000 drive. 2 :;:: Legislative Council. |?

Jennings Central . 84.27 "There are just so many people r:%:: A moment of silence,the 1'r: fr:::: Four council members will be replaced. They are Carolyn .:y
Mallory Hall. . 64.70 who played such a big part in our :%:;.: playing of taps and a cannon jj: y:; Williams, Calvin L. Jordan, Dennis E. Culdl, and Sally B. :|?
Donations: success." said McBride. "There ::[: salute will :::
mark the ; : StMhan rd
CLO . . . $68.00 were four major who :
groups wecouldn't :::: observance of Veteran's .$:
Poultry Science Club. have done without though." :::: Day at the UF at 11 a.m. ;:!r:
. 182.00
Cuban Students. The drive needed
inspiration; %:: tomorrow. |: SG Money Study |
Alpha Lambda Delta. 10.00 for this McBride credited Presi-
:::: Pres. J. Wayne Reltz ,
Engineering Fair. 100.00 dent J. Wayne Reitz and the ath- :
::: announced arrangements %:: :I
Fraternities: letic Presentation Due
association. The chairman
:: for the brief ceremony, ::
Sigma Alpha Epsilon..i125. >I said Reitz helped with the sororIties : scheduled to %
with the r
.;; :
Delta UosUotU. . 35.00>I and the athletic association The Student Government Treasurer'e study of special request
:: presentation of the colors ;$
Form challenged the student body as a :;:j.; In front of University ::f:: funds will be presented to the Legislative Council tonight.
New whole with their $5,000 donation. f.:: Auditorium. ;:;::. According to Treasurer Fred Lane, the study covering the past I
"However McBride three fiscal Is to determine which special requests are asked
emphasized A years
Set For Briefs i : one-round salute will jv:
"the whole drive would have S. be fired from the Scabbard fe for and approved each year
The Alligator,beginning Wed. fallen flat on Its face if it wasn't :: and Blade cannon and taps % "If special. request comes up every year it is no longer ..DldIt /'--
will Institute a new style for for the coverage it got In "The & will be sounded through the # should be included In the regular Bill
Campus News Briefs No news Alligator." We couldn't have hoped ;: Century Tower public g budget' Lane said 'Gator
briefs will be accepted for publication for the unity we got from the students address system. A minute ig

unless they comply with If "The Alligator" hadn't r of silence will be observed V.... Special requests are made by On AgendaStudent
the following rules. nave given us as good as coverage
during taps. #: campus organizations not Included
(1) All briefs must be TYPED as It did. & those Body President KeD Ken
Dr. Reitz has asked the In the regular budget or
on a newiyinau iiratedCampes The fourth group McBride had yr faculty, staff and student SS needing additional funds,as the Arnold nedy said yesterday he will reveal
News Briefs Form, availablela special praiae for were the work- body of the university to # his decision today to approve or
."..the dorm areas sad the sor
the Alligator office. veto the Bill
;: participate "as a gesture Alligator passed by
(2) AU briefs most be presented orities. He said without them the 1 of gratitude those for % Air Society's request for the Legislative Council at Its last
In person. No ptwaes amount of roooty collected would whom this day Is ;>' funds to send a representative toa meeting Oct..27.The .
have been ...
will be accepted. considerably dedicated." f national convention.
(3) Briefs must be submitted The winning soronty was Al- Lane said the study took three

NO LATER THAN 9 p.m. of "' ,."""........'""".'...""'","""",,""..'I"I"......,,,',","'/;,;...'...,,,...,.,.,,.,, months to complete because condition "the bill carry requires the minutes that The of Alligator all
the day before desired publication records were la poor
data. (Continued on Page, 5)) ," Let Council neetlngs.v .

Page 2, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, Nov.__ 10, 1964

I mCampus: : News Brief si.::: Without Assistance ,

::::: ::: :'

: at the UF of ::1:
ti:=-: College
Students DropOut.
.:.::...:.:.:. Circle I K Nursing Saturday. Mrs. ;z ; .

:::w.":. The Circle K Club will Mary Louise Donaldson, :.j : .
: : National Secretary of ::: ::
::ti:;: meet tonight at 7 In Florida
::::: : Union Room 116. All members Sigma Theta Tau, initiated ::::::: in the undertow of Dr. Thompson H. Martin, *
:::: are requested to be 27 members into the new ::::::: Caught director of the university

::::: present. chapter. A reception in her : :::: unyielding college requirements, Counseling Center, said that
........... the UF student having academic is of .And
.... honor followed the :::;: seeking counseling a sign NowIs
is swept out to a sea of .
1 initiation. ::::::: difficulty weakness In the eyes of many
||;: New Orange Peel suspension or failure, too proudto people today.

:ijijij::::: There will be URGENT ''I sound an alarm for assistanceor "We look at the person who The

:::1::;:: Editors' meeting the New Psychology Wives | a cry for help. take actionto comes to us as possessing unique TimeNow

::::::: Orange Peel at 5 p.m. in "The student must strength," said Martin.
:::;;: said FrankT.
:::!;:::: Florida Union Room 15. :::: get assistance, The increasing number of is the time most students
The November meeting :$:$:: Men."Students
Adams Dean
vxi Attendance is the UF does pick to drop out
mandatory. students entering of
!!;? school
of the Psychology Student 5$::: are reluctant to ask for help
f'ff Wives will be held tonight ::::$:::::; because their peer group may think not require deliberately flunkinga according to Thomas A. Graham'assistant '

|1| Nursing Society at 8 at the home of Mrs. :j&jS::::::: they're trying to make 'brownie large percentage, UF Pres.. J. registrar.
Reitz said recently. And Graham said that the time
L. D. Cohen, 1250 N.W. 61 :gig::::::: points'," he added. Wayne when
ijijij:: Sigma Theta Tau, Terrace. :$:::$::: "When I Interview academically he added, such a policy would be most students decide to drop out

i+:ij: national nursing honorary deficient students, they invariablyask "foolish, costly, and unwise." of school Is between Homecomingand

:gij society Installed a chapter I for another chance," said "Long before we know the Thanksgiving vacation."
student is in academic trouble, he "But the 50 per cent mortalityrate

..;...if.;..:.;.::..:;..:.::...ti..;...:.:.:..;:.;".::.:.:.:.:..::..::.:.:..::...:.:.:..:.::.:.:.:..*..:..::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:..::.:.:.:..::..::.:;:.:.:.:.:..::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.;..::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.;.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.i.:..:..:':. dean Dean of Marjorie women.Jackson"But it's, assistant too late. knows It," Dean Adams said."Toolate of entering freshmen Is a
he states he wasn't preparedfor gross exageration," according to
Their records already show poor
college life or the demandsof Thomas A. Graham.
grades. 'I wish I had asked for
More Directories a university curriculum. He Last year only 10.5 per cent
help sooner, is the most frequent
couldn't make the necessary of the freshmen class withdrew
remark they make," she added.
adjustments from his high school from school before the end of the
"Statistics of academic sus-
study habits," Adams added. fall trimester.The withdrawal rate
TomorrowAn pensions are kept for freshman
Ready "The student is used to being Increased to 13.5 per cent for the
only, said Thomas A. GrahamJr.
assistant answerable to a specific person winter trimester.
registrar. his high school teacher. He hasn't "The 50 per cent drop out rate,"
2.4 per cent of last year's first
disciplined himself the academic said Graham, "probably got its
additional 150 student directories will be available at the trimester and 6.5 per cent of
freedom in college. When he gets start when students who did
3-5 for students who the second trimester freshmenwere
booth across from the Hub, tomorrow from p.m.
behind in his studies, or he can't withdraw from school for academic
have not yet received them, according to Fred Hedstrom, Jr., in suspended for academic
understand what he must do, he reasons made excuses such as
charge of distributing the directories.For reasons," Graham added.
won't ask for the help we are 'I wasn't the only one who flunked
the past three years, 7,500 directories have been ordered by How many could have been
and of him out. Half of my friends droppedout
willing capable giving
Director of Purchasing, Tom N. Wells. saved if they would have asked "
before finals'.
Although 1,000 more students are at UF this year, no Increasewas for help can't be determined, he Adams said.Counseling
is available to According to Ernest H. Cox,
made in the order. Hedstrom said he will try to get an additional any
student. The Counseling Centeris assistant dean of the University
1,000 copies for next said.UF
ProfessorIn set up "to help the Individual College, students drop out for
Last year about 300 directories were left over, so orders were
evaluate his assets and liabilities various reasons.
not Increased this year. However, some dormitory students did not
to broaden his "The majority of students do
receive last year's directories, Hedstrom said.Whoever was In charge New PostDr. perspective so that
he discriminate drop out because they can not make
can wisely among
of the distribution evidently did not distribute them, be said.
The distribution of the directories to the many experiences open to the grade academically. However,
7,500 was: 4,600 University- Vincent McGuire, professorof
him many students leave school for
Housing and Greek houses; 2,650 to off-campus students; 250 to education at the UF, was named said.
personal reasons, such as
Student Government Florida Union, Blue Key, Alligator, Dean of last week as chairman of the Flor- The upper division colleges have "
less problems at home, said Cox.
Men and Women, Police Dept. and FBI. ida Committee for the Southern academic problems with
Cox stated that in his opinion,
Hedstrom attributed the shortage mainly to the greater number of Association of Colleges and students than University College,
off-campus students who picked up directories.A Schools. said Adams, because of the "junior colleges have helped cut

further shortage was due to some abuse of the rule that one The nine man committee is directly academic average necessary to the drop out rate."

directory go to every off-campus room and distribution this yearto responsible for giving or enter.

every room in university and Greek housing, he' said. taking away accrditatlon from pub

Hedstrom is administrative assistant to SG Vice-President Dick lic and private schools in Florida.

Gober. Graduates from non-accredited

schools have difficulty gaining admission I 1rzp

to Florida colleges. .


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Transport Problem First in Space and Atomic Physics :w

Talked by- Greeks Prof. Writes Book' J J JDr ;;.1

Fraternity men may soon be chaplains. Its primary goal Is to
driving sorority coeds to churchon promote service on the campus.
Sunday mornings.This Each year the council awards
is one of the suggestions the Cleln H. Graham Service Alex E.S. Green, graduate Dr. Green said Dr. Wyatt wrote Dr. Green came to the UF a year
that will be offered to the Greek Trophy to the Greek organizationthat research professor of physics at the radio-astronomy and laser ago. At 45, be is consultant for
Council when it meets today to has the most outstanding the UF, and an international authority beam sections of the text explaining the Marshall Space Flight Centerat

discuss a transportation system service program. on nuclear research, has how the concepts are appliedto Huntsville, Ala., the Jet Pro-
for fraternity and sorority The council also has speakers' Just finished the first textbookever sapce and atmospheric physics.The pulsion Laboratory in Pasadena,
members. committee which arranges for written combining space and Calif., and the Institute of Defense

William H.Perrin, newly elected speakers and area leaders to visit atomic physics.The text will be published by Analysis, Washington.
president of the Council, said that and talk to the fraternities and senior author of "Atomic the Addison-Wesley Company and lie believes scientists have stop-

the transportation problem is the sororities.The Space and Atmospheric Physics"said is scheduled for release next ped short of understanding the
'nts current project of the council. Council meets every two he wrote the book becausethe spring interactions of electrons with atmospheric -

001, The Greek Council is composedof weeks on Tuesday afternoons in space age has brought abouta "The essential feature of our molecules such as nitrogen -
1m, all fraternity and sorority the Florida Union. great need for intense specialization treatment is the Integration of and oxygen
and overall .
IA comprehension.The space physics with atomic phy1slcs This is causing recurring dif
hen ," Dr. Green explained.The ficulty in the exploitation of space
out .. problems, the physicist noted.
book is a compilation of
ling book also Includes a discussion "This realization, along with the
about 10 years of writings,
of the upper atmospheric development of new instrumental \
concentrated primarily over the '
I1ty finest in a techniques is now making the t
past five years. It Is aimed at physics (aeronomy)concerned with ,
sato younghair 5 presenting an organized treatmentof chemical, physical, electrical and physics of the atom and moleculea.
; jQ in major area of research acti-
magnetic processes planetary
styles space and atomic physics for
vity again
'entrew "MONE college seniors who previouslyhave atmospheres.
372244CAROLYN had small amount of
only a

the PLAZA written research material. 300-400 To Attend
ate Co-author of the text is Dr.
thee OAINESVIL.LE, FLORIDA Phillip Wyatt of Defense Research

," Corp., Santa Barbara, Calif. UF Caribbean Alee

its ( j
did _
l1ic ,,),. Health will be the general theme of the Conference on the Caribbeanfor
the first time in its 1'-year history when the UF hosts the event
Dec. 25.Some .
kedped '
>": 300 to 400 leading educators and diplomats from the United
States and at least five foreign countries are expected to attend the
,f V ,eyq as' four-day session.
The Conference is

,for Ity organized by the University's J. Bus Ad Majors
Hlllls Miller Health Center and Its
Center 'for Latin American
Studies, and It will be under the

lkeor, co-sponsorship of Smith, Kline Receive AwardSeven
and French Laboratories of
as UF business administration -
) students received $ 11'
) ..1r scholarships from the Florida
Foreign representation expected -
;ut } Bankers Association yester
from Puerto Rico,Panama,
,. day. John C. Jennings,president of
Guatemala, Venezuela and Mexico.
"111" 1< the Citizens Dank of Gainesville,
: The Conference is directed
,': made the awards on behalf of the
', annually by Dr. A. Curtis Wllgus,
y.' association.The .
Latin American specialist who organized -
seven students art JosephM.
the first Caribbean
Mason Jr. Drooksvllle Clifford

Conference for the UF in 1950.
D. Wentworth, Hollywood;Joseph
C. LeBas, Jacksonville)

Through the years, the Con- Charles F. Green, Jr., Live Oak;
ry, ference on the Caribbean has Elbert H. Richardson,Apopkaj,Anthony -
AEiC\ become one of the most Important John Bauer and Joseph Glen-
meetings between nations of this wood Blanton, both of Orlando.
I hemisphere and attracts world The scholarships were awardedfor
wide attention. one trimester and will be renewed -
as long as the students meet
the terms of the awards. The
Five round table discussions, scholarships are given annually to
one breakfast, three luncheons and encourage students to enter careers
two dinners during the next three In the field of banking, according
S f. nA ap
days will feature 21 leading to Dr C.A. Matthews,
personalities who will discuss chairman of the university's department -

health-related topics. of finance and luranc..





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does anyone get excited or enthusiastic over anythingat No
UF. It's become a sort of tradition to take everything lying c U '

down. And when someone DOES gather enough getupandgoon

a project of any size, It warrants special comment.
And when the project benefits numerous serious scholars on .r

campus where It helps (In the pocketbook), we find it hard to
contain ourselves. E
Such Is the case with Dollars for Scholars, 1964.
Its goal was $15,000; it collected $21,000 and the counting is
still going on. Students themselves raised $11,000, the athletic
department put In $5,000 and the UF administration matched that
with $5,000 of its own. r"Certainly

Total$21,000.When .
It Is inserted into the federal government's "nine-for-

one" matching fund, the $21,000 changes Into almost $200,000.

That's a lot of learning, to say the least. persuasive, aren't they?" '
But to us, more Important than the actual amount of scholar-
ship money raised is the fact that the student body joined handsto
put the project over Its goal. THINKING ')UT LOUD
Seldom has the UF campus been witness to such an intensive
campaign for ANYTHING..-much less something as worthwhile as I
"Dollars." No Longer A 'Dirty Word' in 'Bama

Sorority girls, fraternity men, Independents, administration,
Student Government--even the nasty old Alligator--all put their
efforts into the drive. The results speak for themselves.To (EDITOR'S NOTE: This Is the first in a part to pay 'Bama back for shunning him in the
Chairman Bill McBride-.under whose leadership the drive series of weekly columns by Jim Moorhead, Nov. 6 election.
prospered--we say thank you for a job well done. We know the editor of The Alligator 1960-1961, staff writer Not only was this not a White House matter;
student body joins with us In this show of gratitude.To for the Ocala Star-Banner 3 1/2 years, and now the indignation came from a people who have

Alpha Delta Pi, Jennings East and West, Hume Hall and Don Addis' successor as production lab manager probably asked for---and gotten---as much,
Sigma Alpha Epsilon--each the top money-.getter In Its respective for student publications.) per capita, from the federal government as
division--we also say thanks. the citizens of any other state. More, In most

The Alligator is proud to be a member of your student body. Alabama will, in January,send eight membersto cases.

the House of Representatives in Washington.Five .
But now if Alabamans, by their vote, are
of them elected .
Something BorrowedED. are newly Republicans.A
reflecting a sincere desire for less tederal"Interventlon"
sixth GOP hopeful didn't make it, and some
in their so-called "sovereign"state
persons were more surprised at this
( NOTE: The Alligator reprints this editorial from the development than at the fact this Southern strong- they ought to more than get their wish
Minnesota Dally. The editors feel it applies at UF just as wellas hold soon will have the majority its delegation Insofar as the pork barrel is concerned. How-
ever there's no erecting an iron curtain against
on the Big Ten campus.) answering from the other side of the aisle. ,
enforcement of federal laws...and it would be
Shades of Reconstruction!
More than half of the students in rare indeed to witness the curbing of an
college are there for non- Reason for this phenomenon? Civil rights,
academic "collegiate" reasons, according to a survey conductedby of course. Former NAACP appetite for the public trough.

the Education Testing Service. The survey reveals that 51 member Goldwater voted
per cent of the 13,000 freshmen polled are in college for football against the accursed rights Uncle Sam is truly like Everybody's Favorite
Uncle: less popular when he runs out of goodiesor --
social life, fraternities and sororities. Only 19 per cent bill; ergo, he, an admitted
when he says too much about the way the
claim to
for academic reasons. Integrationist, would be
One reason for this could lie In the wording of the questionnaire.The more sympathetic to the house is being run. Even Santa Claus couldn't
get away with that. Not even Lyndon Johnsonand --.
19 per cent had to check off a statement that says they are white supremacist of deep
In college for "the pursuit of knowledge and the cultivation of the est Dixie than the man from yet he is, in many respects, the kind of

r Intellect." This sounds pompous and pretentious. How many serious Texas, whose familiarity politician Alabamans Uke.Comments.

students, asked what they did at the University today, would care with the complexities of the II4f
i to answer that they had cultivated their intellects? race problem (particularly

Certainly there Is no "best reason" for going to college. Or the Negro problem)Is much -MOOR-HE-A-
to nursery school, for that matter. We are sure that many people more In line with the
get a great deal out of college while having the time of their experiences of the traditionalist South.The .

lives. And many take their job training, take their jobs, and dis- new congressmen,of course, rode Barry's
appear forever. coattails as he carried the State. And there :

Perhaps if we cultivate our gardens, our Intellects will take was also the spirit of George Wallace for an
care of themselves. added boost. I have said in an earlier epistle that I have
been absent from this Institution for
The man from Arizona Is now out of the some
picture. But embittered 'Bama Is saddled witha time. When I left, The Alligator wasn't daily.
pro-Goldwater delegation which, though Despite the obvious Increase in work load, not
The FloridaALLIGATOR reflecting the segregationist feelings of its white to mention the Trimester, I think the paper

f constituency, bears a party label and a lack of has improved. I do, however, have two com

seniority calculated to get it practically nowhere plaints.

4 when politics cranks up its food factory once
more In the coming session.
And Golden I think that If The Alligator staff (or the
as Harry pointed out in a speechIn
Served United Press International
editorial section thereof would
at rate)
Atlanta earlier this year, there ain't never any
been a state quicker to line up at the Capitol climb down off the cross they'd be better off.
Hill vending machines when a new federal Sure, you get criticized. That's part of the
Editor .. .. ...... .. ....... .. ... .. .... ..... ...Walker Lundy program needed beneficiaries. (Significantly, job. If you would hold your reaction to factual
Managing Editor .......... .. ..... ......... .....Joel Gaston no Southern state has two senators of a more rebuttal and nothing more, you'd earn more
Assistant Managing Editor .u u...... u u ..Nancy _Brachey generally liberal stripe than Lister Hill and John respect.My .
Assistant Managing Editor .... ..... ... .. ....Dave Berkowitz Sparkman; ironically, one of the new Republican
Editorial Page Editor ... ........ ....u... .....Ed Barber Is the who
congressmen man almost unseated .
Sports Editor ... .u.... .u u... .... u... .. .Bruce Dudley Hill two ) second complaint is not the staffs fault.It
City Editor ... u.........u...... ......... .. ..Skip Havlser So years ago. state seems to me that there is much less student
our neighboring to the northwestIs
response. I have no statistics to back me up,
going to wind up next year with a congressional but the
Impression I get Is that the letters
Editorial Assistants ..Jim Castello,Ann Carter,Don Federman, majority of Republicans who are the kind of section is less lively, that there Is less responseto
: Donlta Mathison, Tova Levine, Sam Ullman, Ernlo Litz (Circulation Republicans most Republicans don't even care some of the statements that do appear.
Manager),Stan Kulp(Cartoonist),Ron SpencerGary Swallow. for. And their Democratic colleagues who agree Many people write In on Interesting or contro-
with them aren't subject to say so, since versial subjects Inviting some reaction and
J Republican is still a dirty word as far as they're
happens. In the past you could usuallyget
importers --Patti Pltz (Student Government Beat Chief, Joe concerned. It's really a rather absurd situation, some one to challenge you if yousald Albertwas
Kollln, Bob Golub, Joe Waldorf, Sharon Kelley, Yvette Cardozo, and Alabama can only lose. an alligator. This lack of Intelligent con-
Frank Shepard, Lee Alexander, Agnes Fowles, Thelma Mossman, Alabaman's backlashlng attitude was reflected troversy makes the letters section a little
i Marjorie Green, Evan Langbein, David Kennedy, Terry Rogers, recently In the reactions I observed in duller. I'U say nothing about the emotionalismthat
Susie Halback, Jeffrey Denkewalter, Dick Dennis, Beverly Faber, Birmingham when it was learned some part of does appear in the letters section.
Dick Schneider, Greg Seltz, Sue Dobble. the Marshall Space Flight Center's operations
0 might be moved to New Orleans, not only for
reasons of convenience but also because NASA With
these two exceptions, I thick The
administrators found it difficult to lure top- Alligator has improved! There Is no doubt In
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaper caliber help to Huntsvllle.
of the University of Florida and is published five times weekly People around me rather than my mind but what the production of a daily /
except during May, June and July when it is published semi- over what might, be done voicing to build concern college newspaper Is a terrlffic Job, especiallysince I
up the school doesn't give credit for the work i
of The
weekly. Only editorials represent the official opinion attractiveness of North Alabama
as a place to done
Alligator. Columns represent ore, the opinions of their authors. settle, Immediately Interpreted the Huntsville on It In place of study. Kudos.
The Alligator Is entered as second class matter at the United development
as political blackmail on the-part
States Post Office at Gainesville. of President Johnsona deliberate C. L. Somers
move on his USPage

Tuesday, Nov. 10, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 5 -n

'They Met In The Woods' I

Female Joins Raiders I IA

girl in the Gator Raiders? quite an experience," Miss Kelley It's quite an honor," Miss Kelley
They've got one now. She's said. She said that her initiation said.

Alligator Staff Writer Sharon Into Gator Raiders came as a She met with the Gator Raiders

k Kelley, 3 JM, and she's got an complete surprise. Her first for the first time last Wednesday

honorary certificate that says comment was, "Oh, my gosh!" afternoon at "the woods on the edgeof
she's passed an Intensive guerrilla According to Lt. Colonel Milton campus."

training course. B. Christian, Gator Raiders is a

She made the previously highly selective group. Because With approximately thirty other
r rt all-male military unit as a result national charters forbid a woman' cadets she was instructed on using
of her coverage of the Scabbardand membership Into Scabbard and a compass. Arnold introduced heras

Blade military honorary Blade, Gator Raiders chose to "the newest, Raider." Miss

,rVF Initiation at Ocala National Forest make Miss Kelley a member of Its Kelley said that when welcomedby
Oct. 24.Miss. unit, considering her weekend feat the traditional Gator Raider

Kelley, the first girl to as equivalent to its Initiation drill. yell (a growl), she was "a little
receive such an honor at UF, was Gator Raiders Is the closest frightened"\ but added that she Is

presented the certificate by Gator equivalent of the U. S. Army now quite proficient at growling.

Raiders Commander Gary W. Special Forces In Viet Nam, Miss Kelley asserted that her

Arnold. She was also given a Christian said. nervousness was temporarythecadets
berret, which is part of the counter "I've taken a lot teasing about were wonderful to her. And

guerrilla unit's customary dress. my participation In the initiation she confirmed" that, She's in the
"Accompanying the pledges was and practice problem but I realize Army now! 10'

- FIRST ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::_::_::::::::::::_::::::_::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::;::::: ;:::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::#:::SWy&y: :::: :: : ::':';':':':':':':':':':'::': :::::::::::::::::::::
GIRL member of the Gator Raiders is Alligator H pH

I staff writer Sharon Kelley. Sharon receives her

certificate from : Arnold of the Teacher Classroom
honorary_ _ Gary Raiders.
::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ,

Religious LecturerTo Shortage Due At UFThe

Speak Tonight/

UF will run out of "We have more graduate Assistant Dean of the Graduate
Dr. Akbar Abdul Haqq, lecturerand by the Presbyterian University instructors and classroom space students because of a higher School Robert A. Bryan. "Our

special assistant to the Billy Center in response to the Oct. before It reaches its maximum caliber of staff, more standards represent a challenge.In .

Graham Crusade, will speak here 23 Alligator editorial which stated student capacity if present growth scholarships, more stringent other words,excellence attracts
today and tomorrow in a seriesof religion seems to have lost the Interest proportions continue, Assistant admission requirements" and amore excellence," he added.
discussions on Christian faith. of students in relation to two Thomas Graham diversified said
Registrar A.
Dr. Haqq was brought to UF other major topics of Interest on says. ..........,..........................................programr".....................................................':::::::::::::::::::::: :::: :::::::: :::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::: ::::::
':':' : :>" ': ""':' :<<':' :'''<<
university campuses: sex and poll- According to statistics Just released f

Dollars'Continued tics.Haqq received his doctorate degree UF student by the registrar's population office has, Mass Set For Students i l::tiff

in history of religion and Increased about 27 per cent, from M
( From Page One) systematic theology from North- 12,306 to 15,701, during the past ::::::: A requiem mass will be held at 5:15: p.m. tomorrow at the ::::a:::
western University and graduate six ::::::: Catholic Student Center for Warren Smith, Alex Brusclno and :::::
pha Delta Pi. The girls collected degrees in philosophy and oriental Graduate years. student enrollment ::::'::: Lloyd Hall Jr., the three UF students who were killed sat- ::: ::
$604.52. Dean Lester L. Hale and :::: :
::: ::
languages from the University of increased from 1,140 to 1,993, urday morning
Reltz have agreed to serve a mealat Punjab, India. or almost 75 cent.The numberof ::;:::: Members of the men's fraternities, Sigma Nu and Beta : ;:::

the sorority which raised the Dr. Haqq will speak at 5:30 students per in division ::::::: Theta PI, have arranged the Mass, which will be open to all. ::::::;
most money. The date has not been upper :;:: Nu and Hall #:::::
Brusclno Betas.
7:00 p.m. at the Sigma Chi house colleges increased from 6,863 to :;?: Smith was a Sigma --
set for the Tigert bosses to serve :::: and Hall killed the weekendwhen ::
and at 9:30 p.m. in Jennings Hall. 9,501, representing 38 per cent. ;:: Smith, Brusclno were over
yet.Chi His topic will be "Christianity, "It takes about the same number ::::::: the car !Hall was driving, ran off the road, U.S. 92, ::::::::
Omega sorority came In sec- Intellectual Suicide?" of instructors and classrooms to .::::::: seven miles west of Daytona Beach, apparently to avoid oncoming ::
ond as they raised $427.10.In His discussion schedule for tomorrow teach 100 upper division studentsas :::;:::: traffic, and hit a lone tree--the only one in the area. f.:::::

the girls dorm competition, will be: seminar luncheonat it does for 500 University .it1 Smith and Hall were freshmen and Bruscino was a sophomore ::1jj1::

Jennings Hall, East and West camein the Presbyterian University College students," said Graham. ::;::;:: Burial services for Smith and Hall, will be held today in :::::::
first. They beat out their closest Center at noon until 1:30 p.m.; "Junior and senior classes are :::::::: their hometowns. Smith was from Key West and Hall from :;::; ::
competitor, Rawlings Hall by $20. Presbyterian University Center at usually much smaller. Therefore, :::;:;=: Daytona Beach Interment for Brusclno will be tomorrow In ;:::::;:.

The $100 Jenning's raised when 7:00-8:30 p.m. His topic will be it takes more of everything," he :::::: his hometown of Bay Village, Ohio s::::;

back they Steve kidnapped Florida quarter. "Is Christianity Credible?" added. !.:::.;.=::.;.:::.:.:;.::.::.:;.::..::.:.:.:.:.;..:.:.::..::..:.:.:.::..:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.::..::..:.::.:..:.:.:.::..:.::..:.::.:..::.:.:..::'.::.::::::.:.:.:..::::.::.::::.:.:.:::.:.:.::.::..*..:..:.:._::. ...... ..:.i_..
Spurrier what
was put His final discussion will be at

them on top. 9:30 p.m. in Hume Hall. The sub- Leaves Today For Atlanta B
"I really didn't know much about
will be Intel-
ject "Christianity,

said their McBride.plans to"They kidnap called Spurrier me up," lectual All university Suicide?"students, faculty Moot Court Team To CompeteThe 1

and asked me If it was OK, andI
and administration may attend the -
said "certainly."
Hume Hall won in the men's meetings and discussions. UF's Law School Moot Court In Atlanta, Georgia, in Region Professor Fletcher Baldwin, are

dorm division as they raised team leaves today to compete in the Seven Competition to determine Robert Feagln, Gerald Richman,

$217.78. Capturing first place for I1111;;;; 11; 111;; 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11; 111:1:1:1:11:1fff;;::::;:;;;; Southeastern Regional Roundotthe which teams will proceed to the Brian Ellis and Stephen Katz, all
men's fraternities National Moot Court Competition national finals In New York City seniors in law school.
Epsilon with an was even Sigma$125.Alpha ::::::: Prop Club ::::: The four-man team will argue In Dcember. UF entrants lead by Last year the Florida team tied

More money Is still comingIn f. 1 t with the Vanderbilt team Region
according to McBride. Two Seven competition, and went to the
::::::: Members ot the :::::::.
National Finals in New York City.A .
major Dollars for Scholars fund r:::::: Propeller Club will meet ::::::::
tie resulted when President
raising projects have not yet been :::::::; tonight at 7 In Matherly :;r::;:;:;

held. On Saturday afternoon the :::::::; Hall Room 18. Dr. Robert ::::1:1:: Kennedy final was round assassinated and during
Florida State AU-Fraternity football ::;::::: Marcus, author ot "A ;::::::: ti e cancelled before Florida competition and

team will play Florida's All. :::::::: Geography ot Florida," :::::::: Vanderbilt was could meet In the final
Fraternity team. The game Is ten- :::::;:: will be pest speaker. Dr. :;:: arguments.Both .

Field tatively scheduled for Flemming :m: Marcus will talk on the :::: aka teams went to the foals In
at 1
The p.m. :?:::::$::;: Florida barge canal. The :$:::;:$:f New York City, where the Vanderbilt -
basketball between
the Florida varsity game and the- 1 M:;:r: public is invited to attend. %f rrr. ham was adjudged to have
::::::: ::# r briefIn
the appellate
written top
freshman .
and B team will be ::: ::,:.;::
Played Moody night Nov. 16. It :::;:::' :::::::: the national competition. The
will take place In Florida Gym at ::;:::: Mexican : 11P UF's appellate brief, which consists

8 p.m. Admission will be 50 cents 1:1:1:: n f: of one-third ol the competition

and all proceeds will go to the /:/;;:: History r rr |::| was found to be one of the
Dollar for Scholars drive. ; j top five briefs In the nation. This
Fl irMa has drawn in
McBride had special praise for 1:1:1:: Dr. Lyle N. McAlister, j|r$ the year first, round of the Regional a bye ,
several of the Individuals who ::rrr:::: director of the Center for gjg:
but will meet the University of
helped him with the drive. ::: Latin American Studies, f f
Vanderbilt team In Round two of
"Tom Fleming did a tremendousJob : '"
?: :
: :
"Military: the ten-team elimination competition. -
for us," said McBride. "In :; .
one week ha got out over :5,100 ::f tune, and Revolution in
Baldwin, faculty adviser to the
letters to faculty members soliciting : Mexico." H. will speak to Ifrf
team calls
it, "u.e strongest I
for donations to the drive." :: the members ot Phi Alpha ; "
I Tim Thompson, played a great Theta National Honorary -r have seen.
I r::: : "1 think it .ls stronger than the
part In the drive according to fc- :;::::: History Fraternity, ; f Is the r
READY TO ARGUE In regional competition team that lest to Washington University -
Bride. Thompson was the treasurer f.::. tomorrow night at 7 tD '!
for the whole drive He was :: ? Florida Union Room II 8. f:fr UF Law School's Moot Court team. From left is Prof. of fit. Louis In the national"
finals in New York last year,
directly responsible tor keeping all .: ...4.. Fletcher Baldwin, Gerald Richman, Robert Feagin, b. s.ald..
the financial records and collecting } .:}yrtyrrr.r :; f rrY
the money j $ r&fjr Brian Ellis, and Stephen Katz.




'""t 6, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, Nov. 10, 1964
UF Loan Policies


policies on making loans and the total monies borrowea
I Autos I I For Sale !! Real EstateSMALL I to graduate professional students during the extent of the student's
through the National Defense enrollment In college has been
Education Act are being changed, raised from $5,000 to $10,000,"

1957 PLYMOUTH 2-dr V-8 FURY 1954 8'x 28' MOBILE HOME, ACREAGE In desirable according to Mac G. Grigsby, Grigsby said.It .
hardtop. Radio, heater, stick shift excellent condition, fully equipped. location available 10 miles from assistant dean of student affairs. Is doubtful, however, that UF
In floor, good tires. A bargain for Situated near campus. $1450. Gainesville, South,near lake;large Amounts of money borrowed will extend loans to these new
$350. Call 2-3251 after 6 p.m. Owner: Bill Walker. Call Town trees, exclusive homes in area; under the act, who Is eligible for maximum amounts, Grigsby said.
(G-44-tf-c). Si Country Trailer Lodge, 22290or school bus at door. FR 2-0328. a loan, and a way In which the "The money borrowed Is to be
6-4284. (A-49-5t-p). (I-37-20t-c' ). borrowed amount may be partially used by the student for tuition
1960 4-dr. 88 OLDSMOBILE, -- cancelled have been revised, and required fees,board and room,
power steering, power brakes. MUST SELL exquisite 1/2 carat BY OWNER: leaving area. Your Grigsby said. and for books and other institu-
Excellent conditlon.Bestoffer.Call Marquise-cut diamond ring.Never choice of 3 good duplex with their The changes in the act are a tional supplies," Grigsby said.
FR 2-9578 after !5:30.G-45-5t-c! ). been wurn. May be seen and Incomes established. Also 2 brd., result of amendments to it signedby "Since UF Is a state school,
appraised at Rutherfords. Price 2 bath home on Cowpens lake Si President Johnson Oct. 16, whose costs are not high enough
'63 DODGE V-8 Station Wagon. $600. (A-48-3t-p). 4-br. 2 bath home at 225 NW Grigsby reported. for graduate professional studentto
Auto trans., power steering, 26th St. Call John Dillon FR 2- One increase Is in the maximum spend $2,500 a year on, It is
passing gear, transferrable 50,000 SACRIFICE '64 Rallegh,Automatic 1658.I-48-2t-c). amounts of money which the contemplated that we will not make
mile warranty. $2095, after 6 call Moped. $100. 376-8655 after 6:00 graduate professional student may loans over the previous maximumof
J 376-3694. (G-47-tf-nc). p.m. (A-48-3t-p). SANTA FE RIVER WATERFRONTLOTS borrow. $1,000 a year," he added.
at IRA BEAS OASIS. Free "The maximum amount per year The amendments have also
1964 MG-B; 1961 ALFA ROMEO. VEGA "PETE SEEGER"long neck 800 foot water front park.Camping, which may be borrowed has been changed the requirement as to
Buy either one or both. Call Bo banjo. Complete grover tuners fishing & hunting. 12 miles by increased from $1,000 to $2,500 which graduate professional
Cook, FR 8-1052 or FR 29363or hard shell case. Has not been water to Suwannee River. Easy students are eligible for a loan
see at Pike house. (G-44-tf-c. ). played. Must sell. Call Jeff FR terms by owners. Call Ira L. ArchitectureContest under the National Education Act.
2-1549. (A-48-3t-p). McCormick 462-1735, Rt. 1, Box "Now it is possible for students
1964 BUICK SKYLARK 2-dr.sport 94, Alachua. (I-49-lt-c). with a superior academic back-
coupe, V-6 motor. Blue & white. 61 RITZ CRAFT TRAILER 50x10. ground to borrow money,
Bucket seats, automatic trans- $300 and take over payments$68.04 regardless of their field,"Grigsby

mission, white wall tires, seat per month. FR 2-6062.Can be seen J L Wanted I reported. "Before considerationwas
belts, & other extras. Still with any time at Stengle Field. given to students specializingin
factory guarantee. One owner. (A-46-5t-c). Judged certain specific fields,"Grigsbysaid.
Phone 3720571. (G-48-5t-c). .
2 FEMALE ROOMMATES. A procedure by which students
2 bedroom house in nice location. to determine which may cancel part of their debt.
I L For RentFULLY I I ServicesLOVE I Call FR 2-4955 or FR6-1435after student will design the sculpture after graduation is another

5 p.m. (C-48-2t-c). highlighting the plaza of the new revision of the amendments to the

FURNISHED Apartment at Architecture and Fine Arts act.
3202 NW 14th Street, Apt. #2. building begins today In BuildingC Teachers who borrowed money
$70 per month. Call 378-2005. AND Individualattention I LPersona.NEED I according to J. G. Naylor, have been able to cancel from 10-
(B-49-lt-c). await your toddler or older pre- contest co-ordinator. 50 per cent of their debt by teachingin
schooler for child day care In my Entrants in the competition,will the public schools up to and
ROOM FOR RENT male graduate home. Student's child please. $10 show plans of their ideas for Including the secondary level,
$$$$? A few hours of
student preferred. Semiprivatebath. per week. Call 372-0972. (M-47- Judging at that time. Grigsby reported.
time each week will
3t-c). your spare
One block from The contest was started last
campus. bring you$200 to$400 cash betweennow
May be seen from 8 a.m. to 9 trimester to'give students an
MILLER & SONS AUTO PAINTING and Christmas. Call 3761480for
p.m. 1614 NW 2nd Ave. (B-49- opportunity to create a statue to
SHOP, all cars $29.95 body work. Interview appointment. (J-48-
2t-c). grace the plaza of the new
We have moved to 1619 S. E. 5t-c). Architecture building. Jim

Hawthorne Road. ALL WORK "The project was encouragedto
NICE ROOM FOR rent in lovely e .
home to coed with car. Full GUARANTEED. (M-37-20t-c). give students a chance to obtain

I kitchen and living room privileges. TIRED ofWALKING practical experience In sculpture La Br.ec*
$40 per month. Call FR 2-2726. ACCURATE TYPING done on an instead of their working with It
1617 NW 10th Ter. (B-44-tf-c). IBM electric typewriter. Call 2- strictly in an academic sense,"
2163 after 5 on weekdays and ? Naylor said.

ROOM In private home for mature anytime on weekends.M-48-3t-c). The competition was open to all
male student or business man. students. However, most says. .
Private entrance; off street GARNER DRAFTING SERVICE. participants In the contest are
parking. Call FR 6-5360. (B-48- Leroy lettering, charts, graphical from the College of Architecture.
3t-c). delineation, and preparation of data
of Ozalld reproduction for thesis t- \\T-
-- mo&epn
NICE ROOM FOR MALE student, and dissertations.. 372-8008. (M- ;
2 blocks off campus. Kitchen and Shoe Repair Shop
living room available. $25 per -
month. Call FR 2-2726. 304 NW HEELS ATTACHED
You can race a Porsche, Jaguar,
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and many others at the Gainesville 5 Mins.
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11:00 p.m. daily. You can watch there are 15 Mins.
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2} SE 2nd Place the big winners. Stop by 807 W. ,
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Twain Tuesday, Nov. 10, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 7

Program Set The I

Musical{ Scene

I Mark Twain lives again through Auditorium. \i
of George-William
e readings Smith makes his living by 4
ith. dressing In the familiar white suit REID POOLE
Smith's program "An Eveningith of the American humorist and Head, Department of Music
Mark Twain" will be pre- .applying makeup to catch the facial
nted by the Florida Union Fine manner of Twain. The Fine Arts String Quartetof
Irts Committee Thursday. It will Chicago play a concert In ik; aIII
8:15 In the UniversityIcNamara He will read selections from University Auditorium tomorrow
at p.m.
ejln the works of Twain, including11 night at 8:15 under the auspicesof I 'M4 1Ji

Boyhood Home" from "Life on the Lyceum Council. v .
the Mississippi" and "Living on a Three compositions, one each
Raft" from "The Adventures of from the 18th, 19th, and 20th ;f .1'
Huckleberry Finn." centuries, make up the program.
The concert opens with the
Vance Smith has been impersonatingTwain classical Quartet in G major,Opus j.s
since he took part in the 77, No. 1 by Franz Joseph Haydn.
dedication of the Mark Twain This will be followed by the
get With LBJ Memorial Birthplace Shrine in Quartet No.3, Opus 22 by Paul i -.
Florida, Mo., four years ago. Hlndemlth, the great 20th century

JOHNSON CITY, Tex.UPI-De master who died Just last Dec.
use Secretary Robert S. "An Evening with Mark Twain"Is Concluding the program Is the
McNamara led a stream of cabinet on a coast-to-coast tour which lush, romantic Quartet in B flat
members to the LBJ Ranch will end In San Francisco In Marchof major J Opus 67 by Johannes .

esterday for their first post-elec next year. Because he must Brahms. ., i"Lew
tion meetings with Pres. Johnson carry the costumes and makeup '
Ion defense and foreign policy withinthe with him, Smith Is making the TICKET INFORMATION
[ framework of a $100 billion trip by car. He carries 11 bags.
[budget celling. Tickets are available today and

McNamara and Deputy Defense Tickets for the program will be tomorrow and at the door tomorrow .......
{Secretary Cyrus R. Vance arrived on sale In the Information Booth night. All seats are$2;UF studentscan -
{yesterday afternoon for talks on this week. Cost is $1. Coeds obtain their tickets on their FINE ARTS String Quartet performs In University

the defense budget and other mil- will be admitted to the dorms I.D. cards; faculty may purchase Auditorium tomorrow at 8:15 p.m. From left are
Itary problems. The talks were late in the event the program tickets at half price.
Leonard Sorkin violin Abram Loft violin Gerald
UF students obtain their ticketsat
(expected to go far Into the night. extends beyond woman's curfew.
the Information Booth across Stanick, viola, and George Sopkin, cello.
the street from the Hub, from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m.; sale to the general
public Is at the Record Bar at 923 appearances on such commercial by G. P. Magglnl In Brescia about
Financial Crisis W. Univ. Ave., dally 10 a.m. to 6 shows as the "Today" show and 1600. Its age And Its excellent
p.m.: faculty may purchase their Ed Sullivan. state of preservation would qualify
discount tickets In Room 108 of The stellar personnel of the the Instrument as a museum piece
the Music Building, 8 a.m. 12 quartet Includes Leonard Sorkin of great price. It Is only through
p.m. and 1-5 p.m.GREAT. and Abram Loft, violins, Gerald a stroke of good musical fortune
At UN Stanick, viola, and George Sopkin, that the viola remains In active
Deepens MUSIC cello. service as a performing Instrument
with this great ensemble.
The string quartet has long been George Sopkins' cello is a
Goffrlller made In Venice In 1726.
considered the perfect musical RARE EARLY INSTRUMENTSThe
medium; it Is the archetype of the
I UNITED NATIONS (UPI) The there are no UjS.-Soviet negotia-
chamber music ensemble and Instruments played by DON'T MISS IT .
I very
U.N. scheduled.
crisis tions
deepened yes-
brings forth the finest efforts and
the quartet are In themselves
I The Last week the United States
terday. Soviet Union insisted ,
achievements of both master newsworthy for their age and for As this column has stated before,
I .
again It would not pay a "slnglekopeck" backed up Its "get tough" words.It
D composers and master the fact that each one was producedby people who have experienced great
toward U.N.peacekeep- performers. The Fine Arts String a master Italian maker. First chamber music In person will need
I Ing debts and the United States disclosed that it would not
Quartet, last heard here In personIn violinist Sorkin plays a fine spedman -- no urging to attend tomorrow
I Insisted again this would cost Russia make its customary annual pledgeto the fall of 1961, is numbered of the work of Guarnerlus night's ounce rt.For those who have
I its vote. the U.N. programs for tech- among the finest chamber music del Gesu,made Cremona in 1731. not as yet had the privilege of
I All indications were that the issue nical assistance and the special ensembles In the world. The Second violinist Abram Loft owns hearing great chamber music in
I was moving toward a showdown fund for underdeveloped countries. quartet has made five successful not to miss
a Balestrlerl made In Mantua In person, we urge you
I at the Dec. 1 General Assembly European tours, tours In America 1772. the opportunity to hear the Fine
I opening. This usually has been a pledge annually, has made dozens of Gerald Stanick owns a viola made Arts Quartet.
I The Soviet Union and the United of $60 million, or up to 40 per recordings, and has a national
I Nations disclosed Monday that cent of the total budget, the U.S. reputation for Us appearances on
I Russian Ambassador Nikolai T. contribution matching those of radio and television, not only In AL CAIOLA
I Fedorenko last Saturday delivereda other countries. It has amounted tp numerous educational television

a note to Secretary General U about $50 million annually. concerts, but by frequent
I Thant, again rejecting demands BUSTS OUT !
I that It make a payment of the$52.6
I million it owes for U.N. peace -
1 keeping projects in the Congo and L99K J Mention great guitar men, you
I the Middle East. have to start with Caiola. Now
he takes the wraps off and really
I The International Court of Justice f whales a set of swlngers-
I has held that these costs are Larry's Doin' It Again Raunchy, Tequila, A Hard Days
I legal obligations subject to regular Night, Rock Around the Clock.
I U.N.'budgetary assessments. { Gutty guitar with a wild beat.

I Article 19 of the charter holds TUFF GUITAR: AL CAIOLAOn

I that any country in arrears the /
equivalent of the past two years' Shrimp
I assessments shall lose its vote in
the one to watch
I the

Saturday's note, according to Tuesday & Wed. Only _
Tass, the Monet UAL 3iai/SUr UAS 1319 '
Soviet news '
ft007' said Russia still held that p.m. ,

lion trying,"in Congo their to the reestablish who power operation interests tried over their and was of the are domina the carriedout Congolese still colonialists --- 144: ::8P.m. 97 (

people, to regain the possibility -

the of plundering and exploiting FRIES, TOSSED SALAD, HOT LAND )
people of the Congo and their IN BASKET, ALL THIS1LARRY'S tGottE
natural wealth." BUTTER, ICE TEA 4>

The assembly opening was post
poned until Dec. 1 to allow more ...
time for a negotiated settlement

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. x !age 8, The Florida Alligator:_ Tuesday, Nov._ 10, 1964I

Cagers Practice I

For Money TiltFlorida

fans will get a look at Sloan has been pleased with
the Gator basketball team this practice so far,but says the Gators
coming Monday when the freshmenand need to improve their defense.
B team play the varsity In the Offensive rebounding should be
Florida gym. one of the Gators' strongest points
The game Is being played for this year, according to the
"Dollars for Scholars" and basketball coach.
admission will be 50 cents. Sloan reports Brooks
"" Coach Norman Sloan's 1963-64 Henderson, Tom Baxley and
I Ir club finished 12-10 and capturedthe David Higley have been doing
y n Gator Bowl Basketball Tourna- well at the guard position for the
ment, and the basketball coach Gators and Dick Tomlinson, Bob
hopes to improve the Gators' Hoffmann, Gary Keller and Jeff
record this year. Ramsey at the forward slots.
Sloan's first two basketball

I 's.A' teams at Florida finished in fourth
place I n the Southeastern
Conference standings, a positionthe
Gators had never been able to
attain before Sloan came to

/ ,.. Gainesville.

"We're interested in getting a
basketball program the universityand
(' the whole state of Florida can

'HALT THERE1 is :;as Dennis Murphy ((76)) and ;Purcell stop Auburn player be proud of," Sloan has said. yours with

while Bill Richbourg ((68)) comes up to put finishing touches on play.

Richbourg Wants Rematch Greeks, Play YELLOBOLL-

' For DollarsThe

With Tough Crimson TideJEFF Inter-Fraternity Council Is

sponsoring a flag football game ,
DENKEWALTER Asked the reasons for this But as he said, "I don't know hog between the fraternities of Florida
Sports Writer confidence Richbourg answered, that myth got started. I have given and Florida State Saturday at 1 ;1:::
j :
"I think the whole team was a the Idea some thought, but would :.: i: :, i\*.:.'. .)
Bear Bryant and Crimson Tide little rusty before our first contest probably take me a year to find to the game Is 25 "-
beware I You may have won the with Alabama. We didn't do much out If I was good enough to even cents per person with all the
battle In Tuscaloosa a few weeks .contact work the week before the try out." proceeds going to the fund drive
ago, but there's at least one angry game, and this probably threw Good enough or not, Richbourg for "Dollars for Scholars." :: .
Gator who would like another war our timing off." presses 280 pounds and can lift This game, the first of Its kind, :t
wherever and whenever you desire. As a middle guard this 6-foot, 500.Gator will feature players from all the !
Bill Richbourg, standout middle 208 pound senior from Pensacola coaches believe Richbourg fraternities of both schools. The
guard of UF's defensive team, plays right on the nose of the is one of the most underrated game will be played on the track
recently said, "I would sure like offensive center. Commenting on linemen in the Southeastern field at the west end of the ROTC i
a rematch with Alabama. They'rethe his Job as defensive anchor man, Conference (SEC). His great drill field. Climaxing the close !
best team we have faced so Richbourg said, "I think the ability was exemplified in his of the "Dollars" drive It will bea
far, but I think we could beat thema greatest asset a middle guard can sophomore year when he was warm-up to the Florida-Florida :
.second time around." have Is quickness. You've got to named to the SEC's all sophomoreteam. State game which will be playedon
be able to react quickly to a playas the following weekend.All .
Gators Plan It Is forming." 26 fraternities will be
But Richbourg added "Defense Fletcher S Wins represented by the best players of
Is not as free and as Individualizedas each fraternity.
For Civil WarThe most people think.You generally Fletcher S downed ThomasF
have a particular assignment you last night, 36-23 In Florida
Florida football team took a must do. When everybody on the Gym. Fletcher S took the con /
break from practice yesterday defensive team does their Job test in the second half after w
before preparing for what Coach that's when the team clicks." leading at the half only 1312. Master
Ray Graves terms "a little Civil Richbourg continued.A lot of Bill Burns was leading re- Uc e
War we're going to have to settleIn people are under the misconceptionthat bounder and scorer with 12
the state capital." a defensive man does a lot Olnts.
"Five and two istill tetter than of guessing on a play. Nothing Is
anybody predicted we would be by farther from the truth. If a
this time of the year,"saldGraves defender starts trying to outguessan
In reference to the Gator record. offensive man, he can be thrown OUR RM T
"Now we've got to stick togetherto off the track by a fake or a false
beat FSU," he said. move. If the offensive man knows

The Florida* coach said the you are guessing, he can fool SHoP is A
Gators would probably go Into you very easily"
"a secret practice" later In the Asked about the future of the e Aristocrat,Billiard Shape,$5.95 and$6.95
week as they work on some new Gators, the muscular middle guard VIRTUALOtermanella's%
tricks for the Seminoles.The replied, "I don't want to make any No matter what you smoke you'll
Gator coach hopes to have predictions on how we're going to like Yollo-Bole.The new formula,
his team In nearly top physical finish the season. But If we can honey lining insures Instant Mildness .
shape when It goes to Tallahassee.Both keep hanging goose eggs on the AL ER. 4F (j'j'w ; protects the imported briar
Jack Harper and Alan Poe
Scoreboard for the other team, bowl-so completely, it's guaranteed .
scheduled to return to duty
are the worse we can do Is tie."
against burn out for life.Why
for the Gators, and fullbacks John Upon graduation this year,Rich-
I. not change your smoking habits
Felber and Graham McKeel shouldbe bourg plans to go on to law school
the the Yello-Bole
easy way
recovered from Injuries
and get his degree. Richbourgwas
received In the Georgia game. once reported to be an way. $2.50 to $6.95.

Jack Card,168 pound linebacker, Olympic weight-lifting prospect.
Is the scheduled to miss
; only
Spartan Checker Thorn
the Florida State game. Card $2.50 i3.S0 14,95
twisted his knee In the Georgia '''l

I game and will be out of action Tennis Teams
three to four weeks.
Poe will return to Gainesville
late this week. Poe's father died
Sunday night from injuries Meet Today [
received In an automobile accident
in Tampa and the funeral Is dtUr/H' (f-r
s ,
scheduled for tomorrow.Poe .
Official Pipes New York World's Fair
flew to JacksonYWe to be Men Interested la the freshmenand Gourmet Shop Delicatessen e DiningRoom
with the team for the Georgia varsity tennis teams at Floridaare ?ree Booklet tells how to smoke pipe:

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