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Lane calls
for debates

BY EUNICE TALL and JUDY KNIGHT
Staff Writers
ACTION Party presidential candidate Fred Lane
Monday night challenged his running mate Bruce
Culpepper to a series of eight debates in the next
two weeks in the four mens and four women's
dorm areas.
The need for these debates is obvious," said
i.a n before an enthusiastic crowd of 100 students
in the Broward Hall recreation room. It will be
a chance for students to conveniently compare what
each candidate says, his policies and (minions."

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If we are to deal with issues
in depth, then handshaking is not
enough," declared the present SG
treasurer.
Due to a lack of student res response,
ponse, response, last year's election debates
failed. This year the debates will
be scheduled in the individual
dorms instead of the University
Auditorium. After curfew" talks
will be held in the girls' dorms
and at some other convenient time
in the men's dorms.
Lane said there should be some
non-partisan group to establish the
ground rules for the debates, for
Instance the dorm of area coun councils
cils councils or the UF Debate Society.
Early last night, the first half
of the ACTION Party platform
consisting of 11 policy statements,
was distributed.
These are the basic problems
on campus which SG has neglected
to complain about."
The policy positions were
entitled,"A Force For Change."
Lane asserted that its time we
made Student Government a
genuine force for change.
Vice-presidential candidate
Floyd Price stressed his partys
slate as being the roost qualified
for Student Government positions,
Monday.
IN HER attempt to capture a top
1 5" Student Government position,
treasurer candidate Cathy Pierce
See LANE on p. 7
Wilkins slated
to speak here
Executive Secretary Roy Wilkins
of the NAACP will lecture at the
University of Florida under the
sponsorship of the Florida Union
Forums Committee Feb. 2.
Wilkins, who has been a staff
member of the NAACP since 1931,
is expected to speak on The Next
Phase of the Civil Rights Issue."
His lecture is slated for the
University Auditorium at 8:15 p.m.
Any seats remaining at the time
will be open to the public.
A reception for Wilkins in Bryan
Lounge of the Florida Union is
scheduled following the lecture.
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FLORIDA ALLIGATOR
Vol. 57, No. 81 Wednesday, Jan. 27, 1965
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| STRATEGY SESSION
..preparing to protect justice and insure tranquility, these four
campus policemen were captured by our photographer in a short
moment of peacefulness before their individual cattles with UF students
cars. The poor Volkswagen in the background was parked illegally
and suffered consequences. (Photo by Bob Kawka.)

(Freedom slate completed!

Freedom Party has announced
* the remainder of its top slate
for the upcoming student govern government
ment government election.
Hoke Griffin, 1 28 year-old gra graduate
duate graduate in history and candidate
for treasurer came to the UF in
1954, served four years in the
Army from 1957-61, returned dur during
ing during that year, and currently is
maintaining a 3.7 in graduate
school in political science.
Griffins ezpeience relating to
the treasurers office is minimal
but selective. In 1955, he was
head of the Student Insurance Com Commission
mission Commission and over the years, he
has worked in an accounting off ice.
ASIDE FROM the expeience in
an accounting office and the nor normal
mal normal financial competence of an
intelligent middle-class addult, I
bring no special qualifications to
bear on the treasurers office,
Griffin said. I seek the office
not as a technician, but as an
integral part of the Freedom Party
slate. You may expect bureau bureaucratic
cratic bureaucratic types after we've been in
power awhile.
Griffin is one of the few frat fraternity
ernity fraternity members actively endors endorsing
ing endorsing Freedom Party. He is Lambda
Chi Alpha.
Ed Iglehart, 4AS, running for
Honor Court Clerk, came to the

IN YESTERDAYS PAPER?

IBP ARY

GRIFFIN, IGLEHART, FEDERMAN NAMED

REMEMBER THIS

See Page 2.

FEDERMAN
IGLEHART
UF in 1959 and will graduate
this year with a B. S. majoring
in chemistry. He currently has
a 3. 7 average.
He says of the Honor System,
Its useless to have an Honor
System thats not respected at all
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levels. The Honor System, as it
now exists, is unworkable, and it
is my hope, if elected, either to
modify it, or the students* atti attitude
tude attitude towards it.*
We are left with the choice of
the Honor System stating what it
is or we make it what it says
it is,** he said.
Don Federman, Freedom
Partys lone candidate for Board
of Student Publications, came to
the UF in 1961 and is currently
in pre-med and English, with a
3.2 overall.
Federman said he has more
hourly experience in Student Pub Publications
lications Publications than the other six can candidates
didates candidates combined.
In the past three years, Feder Federman
man Federman has worked on the Alligator
as columnist, reporter, movie re reviewer,
viewer, reviewer, editorial assistant, and In
the paste-up lab. He has been with
the New Orange Peel since Its
Inception and has served as its
opinions, humor, and features edi editors
tors editors in addition to his current
status as Editor-in-Chief.
Federman states about the
office, In the past few years,
there has been an increasing loss
of student initiative on the Board
with the possibility of terrible
consequences for all of publica-
See FREEDOM on p. 3

I Miss Ward
talks today
Barbara Ward (Lady Jackson) addresses the UF
: Religion*in-Life Convocation this morning at the gym
: at 10:55 on Religion and the Enmities among Nations.'*
Classes are dismissed for period four.
: A distinguished author, lecturer and commentator
: on contemporary economic, political and cultural pro proijblems,
ijblems, proijblems, Miss Ward formerly was foreign affairs editor
: of the Economist of London.
AUTHOR OF numerous books, Including The Rich
: Nations," The Interplay of East and West,'* Faith,
and Freedom,"Five Ideas that Change the World,"

India and the West," The West
at Bay," and Policy for the
West,** she is regarded as one
of the most influential writers
in England.
She is a regular contributor to
the New York Times" Sunday
Magazine Section and is known
to millions of Americans for her
television appearances on such
programs as Meet the Press."
Miss Ward is governor of the
British Broadcasting Corporation
and of London's Sadlers Wells
and Old Ylc Theatre.
She has traveled all over Eu Europe
rope Europe and America, lived a year in
Australia, been to India with her
husband at the invitation of the
Indian Government to study their
Five Year Plans and been closely
in touch with developments in
Africa, especially in Ghana where
for five years Lord Jackson was
chairman of the Development Com Commission.
mission. Commission.
MISS WARD is a frequent lec lecturer
turer lecturer in various parts of the world,
including leading American
colleges and universities, where,
as in her writing, she has become
noted for presenting complex
issues with clarity as well as
wisdom.
She came to the UF to partici participate
pate participate in Religion-in-Life Week a',
the Invitation of President J. Wayne
Reitz.
The Religion-in-Life Convo Convocation,
cation, Convocation, along with the scholarship
convocation in the fall and com commencement
mencement commencement in the spring, is one
the three major university universitywide
wide universitywide convocations held annually.
The University Choir under the
direction of Elwood J. Keister will
sing Randall Thompson's
Alleluia" at this morning's con convocation.
vocation. convocation. Vice President Harry
M. Philpott will introduce Miss
Ward in the absence of Presi President
dent President Reitz, who is in Tallahassee
for the funeral of State Treasurer
J. Edgar Larson.
Following the convocation, Miss
Ward will address a luncheon at
the Hub. A few reservations may
still be made by calling the uni university
versity university extension 2219.
LAST NIGHT Miss Ward and the
Reverend William Sloan Coffin Jr.,
were honored at the University
See WARD* on p. 7
WARD



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GENESYS lags
behind schedule
The UF engineering colleges Graduate En Engineering
gineering Engineering Education System (GENESYS) is
...lagging behind schedule in our planned
use of network television (TV), according
to Dr. Marion E. Forsman.
GENESYS, created by the 1963 Legislature,
is an estension of the UF College of En Engineering.
gineering. Engineering. It provides graduate programs for
advanced engineering sciences in east-central Florida near Cape
Kennedy and on the UF campus.
The GENESYS program will use a closed-circuit TV network
* for special courses which can utilize the UF resources in the five
instruction sites. According to Forsman, in all locations about
70 per cent of instruction will be by the conventional classroom
method with the instructor present in each class session.
FORSMAN, DIRECTOR of UF engineering administration, said
the system was scheduled to begin TV broadcasting this month,
but construction and architectural problems have delayed the instal installation
lation installation of broadcasting equipment at the UF campus. Thus, the TV
network to not complete.
Dr. John L. Hummer, GENESYS system director with headquarters
at the Cape Kennedy center, has reported the system's five facilities
are nearing completion or ready for final inspection.
The centerslocated in Orlando, Cape Kennedy, Daytona Beach,
Melbourne and at the UFwill house classrooms with TV receivers
and other space necessary for libraries, faculty and administrative
offices. Broadcast facilities will be located in Gainesville, Orlando,
and Cape Kennedy.
"ALL FIVE centers will be interconnected by talk-back TV to
provide for student questions during the TV lecture in the different
facilities," Forsman added. "Through this arrangement students
can ask questions of the professor during the calss session and students
in all locations will hear such questions and answers.
"One attractive advantage of this operation is the provision for
the addition of other TV receiving points which will bring Instruction
to different sites as the demand for the GENESYS program increases."

A golden opportunity ..

Wanna' get your kicks and a
free pay-check too? Wanna*
impress your girl and make
your friends think you're an
important campus politico?
Here's your chance! A golden
opportunity to take over the
campus in one fell swoop!
The Alligator is sponsoring
an Editor-for-a-Day" contest.
The winner will be editor for a
special edition and will receive,
among other prizes, the editor's
whopping pay for one edition,
and a free subscription to
anyone, anywhere in the world.
(Such a deal!)
Copy will be judged by the
editorial staff.
Entrance blanks and forms
are available in The Alligator
office.

Display to show Army system

The U. S, Army Trains for
Leadership,*' a presentation of
the Armys modern educational
and training system, will be on
display in an open exhibit Thursday
and Friday in the Florida Union
Social Room.
The four portions of the exhibit
feature a series of audience
participation devices which enable
visitors to see, hear, and "do"
as they travel through the spectrum
of Army Education.
In a matter of minutes, a visitor
can study" one or all of five
foreign languages, then hear his

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The rules are very simple: :
1. The contest is open to all :
UF students.
2. The winner will be the one 5
who turns in the best feature :
and news stories over a two
week period beginning next j:
Monday.
3. Copy must be submitted
no later than 4 p.m. of the after- :
noon prior to publication.
4. No present staff :
members of The Alligator are :
eligible.
Any questions should be :
directed to the Editorial Staff :<
of The Florida Alligator, Room :
9, Florida Union basement, :
extension 2832. :
Ready, set go (to the
typewriters).

studies played back on a special
tape recorder.

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Wauburg
plans
expected

Completion of preliminary plans
for the development of the student
government owned land adjacent
to Camp Wauburg is expected with within
in within the next two weeks according
to student body president Ken
Kennedy.
Present indications are that the
land will be used not only as a
UF recreation center but also as a
vacility for physical education and
seminars. The site has been the
subject of an extensive study by
SG since its purchase from the
Athletic Department several years
ago.
The land was bought by SG re reserve
serve reserve funds in 1963 after UF alumni
and several members of the coach coaching
ing coaching staff became enthused with its
possibilities.
Convinced of its potential, SG
decided on a deliberate, long-range
program at achieving maximum
results rather than initiating a
"haphazard and piecemeal opera operation."
tion." operation." Information was collected
from various universities around
the country who had had similar
areas of potential development.
Additionally, the student govern government
ment government received the cooperation and
advice of Dr. Julian Smith, nation nationally
ally nationally known consultant in the field
of oupdoor recreation.
Upon completion of prelimin preliminaries,
aries, preliminaries, Kennedy will formally ask
UF President J. Wayne Reitz to
name a committee of outstanding
students, faculty members and ad administrators
ministrators administrators to aid in futther work
on the project.
Currently the land is being used
by a sailing club and is under
supervision of a caretaker and
members of the physical education
department. It covers about 14
acreas.
The camp itself is also operated
by the UF and its facilities are
available to any student producing
identification. It is primarily used
for swimming, diving and water
skiing. Its location is approxi approximately
mately approximately ten miles south of the cam campus
pus campus on UJS. Highway 441.
New housing to aid
married students
Married student housing under
construction will not fulfill the
UFs needs but it will relieve
the problem considerably, accord accordint
int accordint to William B. Neylons,
assistant director of housing.
Currently there is a 10-month
waiting list for students wanting
married housing on campus.
Presently there are 330 persons
on the waiting list for married
student housing. The units under
construction will bring a net
increase of 174 units available
by Sept. 1. This might cut the
waiting period to five or six
months, he said.
In June, 1955 there were 625
apartments for marHed students.
Corry and Schucht Villages were
occupied in early 1959. At the
present time there are 822
apartments available. The new
units will bring to almost 1,000
the total number of units available.

Applications due
for FU chairmen

Deadline is today for appli applicants
cants applicants seeking chairmanships of
Florida Union committees,
according to Bill McCollum, pres president
ident president of the FU Board of Student
Activities.
Chairmanships are open for the
following committees:
Public Relations, International
Hosts, Special Projects, Hostess,
Films, Recreation, Gator Gras,
Forums, Dance, and International.
ALL CHAIRMANSHIPS will re remain
main remain open until today at 3 p.m.
Arrangements for interviews can
be made by contacting the union
office Room 315 of the Florida
Union.
Service on the union board does
not require previous committee
membership, but it is desired.
Qualifications include a 2.0 cum cumulative
ulative cumulative average and the desire to
serve the student's interest.
The Florida Union Board of Stu Student
dent Student Activities is composed of the
11 committee chairmen, a repre representative
sentative representative of student government,
and seven officers who are elected
each November by the then exist existing
ing existing board.
THE PURPOSE OF the board
is to administer programs which
serve the cultural, recreational,
educational, and social interests
of the university community.
These programs provide oppor opportunities
tunities opportunities for students to develop
leadership and other related skills.

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Music students
to get funds
Several SI,OOO scholarships for
outstanding performance in music
will be made available for UF
students in the 1965-66 academic
year.
The scholarships will be pro provided
vided provided by the Cleva J. Carson
Memorial Music Fund, established
last October. The grants will be
awarded on the basis of competitive
auditions in piano, voice, organ,
strings, winds or percussion in instruments.
struments. instruments.
Scholarships winners will re receive
ceive receive $250 a year over their college
careers and also may earn addi additional
tional additional money through student as assistantshlps.
sistantshlps. assistantshlps.
Lyceum to present
choir tomorrow
The UF Lyceum Council will
present the Netherlands Chamber
Choir tomorrow night in the
University Auditorium.
The performance will begin at
8:15 p.m. Choral music from the
Renaissance period to the 20th
Century will be featured by
conductor Felix de Nobel.
Reserved seats are $2. UF students
will be admitted free by showing
ID cards.



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SIGMA DELTA CHI
Sigma Delta Chi, professional
society for journalists, will hold
a business meeting tomorrow 7:30
p.m. in the seminar room of the
journalism building.-
SIGMA CHI
Winter trimester officers for
Sigma Chi fraternity are Bill
Rochat, president; Joel Pellici,
vice president; Martin Wooten,
secretary; Duncan McQuagge,
treasurer; Mac Boyd, steward; and
Dave Echols, pledge trainer.
ANGEL FLIGHT
New officers for Angel Flight
are Susie Hunt, commander; Linda
Weinberg, executive officer; Carol
Letterhouse, administration
officer; Nancy Calhoun, treasurer;
Mary Arliskas, public relations;
Ann Breslauer, pledge trainer and
Mary Ann Neff, historian.
PHI DELTA KAPPA
Beta XI Chapter of Phi Delta
Kappa will present Its annual
winter initiation banquet at the
Spanish Room of the Hotel Thomas
Jan. 29, at 7 p.m.
ABSENTEE BALLOTS
Any student planning to be away
from campus on the day ok the
Spring Elections must file a re request
quest request for an absentee ballot with
the Secretary of the Interior not
later than Feb. 1.
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NOTICE
Applications are being accepted until January 27 at noon
-for MANAGING EDITOR of The Florida Alligator
for the current trimester.
Applications are also being accepted until January 27 at
noon for OPINIONS EDITOR and HUMOR EDITOR posts on
The New Oraage Peel
Application forms and information concerning qualificq qualificqtions
tions qualificqtions may be obtained in Room 9, Florida Union, from 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Deadline for turning in
applications is noon, Jan. 27, 1965. t
Board off Stadoat Publications

Wednesday, Jan. 27, 1965, The Florida Alligator, I

SPEAKERS BUREAU
Applications for Florida Blue
Key Speaker's Bureau are avail available
able available from 1-5 p.m. until Feb. 12
in Room 314 Florida Union. In Interviews
terviews Interviews will be from 3-5 p.m.,
Feb. 1-17.
COEDIKETTE
The date for turning in appli applications
cations applications for Coedikette staff has
been extended to Feb. 3. Appli Applications
cations Applications may be picked up in the
Dean of Women's office.
v ' )
RECRUITING SERVICE
The Air Force officer selection
team for the Southeast will visit
the UF today and tomorrow. The
team will be located In front of
the Hid) from 9 a.m. 3:30 p.m.
Applications will be accepted for
officer training school program
from seniors who are within 210
days of graduation. Applications
for pilot and navigator training will
also be accepted.
For Briefs
CONTACT
KAY HUFFMASTER
Correspondents Editor
UNIVERSITY
TOASTMASTERS
There will be a weekly meeting
of the University Toastmasters
tomorrow 11:45 a.m. in the Fa Faculty
culty Faculty Club.
CAVERS
The Florida Speleological So Society
ciety Society will meet In Room 115 of
the Florida Union tonight at 7p.m.
TRYOUTS
The Board of International Ac Activities
tivities Activities announces tryouts for the
International Talent Show will be
7 p.m. Friday in the University
Auditorium.

ELECTION OFFICIALS
Applications for election official
postitlons are now being accepted
\ in Room 311, Florida Union, from
3-5 p.m. Each official wUI be paid
75? an hour and must work either
from 8 sum. to 1 p.m. or from 1-6
p.m.
FACULTY CLUB
Faculty Club family night buf buffets
fets buffets will feature special foreign
dinners every Thursday 6-7:30
p.m.
NEW ORANGE PEEL
The New Orange Peel is still
accepting insider's tips on the
names of beautiful women, satiric
articles, Jokes, cartoons, articles
on controversial subjects, and
other material designed to incense
the Administration (anything does,
you know). Deadline is Feb. 7.
Material can be quietly placed
in Room 9 or 15 of the Florida
Union.
ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA
Girls with 3.5 or better average
in any trimester of their freshman
year may sign up for Alpha Lam Lambda
bda Lambda Delta, national scholastic
honorary society, in the Dean
of Women's office 123 Tigert Hall
today. Transfer students are
eligible.
AUDITIONS
Auditions for WRUF-FM radio
will be held tonight at 7:30 p.m.
on the fourth floor of the stadium,
the WRUF-FM room. No
experience is needed to audition.
FREEDOM
(Continued from Page I)
tions in the future. The New Orange
Peel, as most people know, is
already in a frightening bind; let
us hope the Alligator does not also
become an example of the adminis administration's
tration's administration's whims.
"This is what I aim to prevent,
and if I'm not qualified, no one
in any of the parties is," he stated.

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The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, Jan. 27, 1965

THE FLORIDA
|) ALLIGATOR
Visl/ Served By United Press International
ERNIE UTZ STEVE VAUGHN ED BARBER
Editor-in-Chief Acting Managing Editor Executive Editor
JOE CASTELLO ED SEARS
Editorial Page Editor Sports Editor
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Hats off
This week the Gator salutes Ed Abbott,
who has worked in six orientation programs
and was Head of the Technical Division this
past September. A political science major
with a 3.3 overall, Ed is a member of Phi
Eta Sigma (freshman honorary) and Pi Sigma
Alpha (political science honorary).
Ed has served as the Pi Lambda Phi Rush
Chairman, Social Chairman of the
Interfraternity Council last trimester, and
Chairman of the IFC Fall Frolics. He was
also Chairman of the Florida Union Films
Committee, Assistant Director of the Student
Educational Legislative Lobby in 1962, and
Chairman of Dollars for Scholars.
An active brother in Florida Blue Key, Ed
was Assistant Chairman of the FBK Speakers
Bureau and Financial Chairman of this falls
FBK Homecoming Banquet.
Help Us To Learn

By ROB MONTGOMERY
Columnist
MASS LECTURES in the com comprehensive
prehensive comprehensive courses of the
University College are known by
many names on this campus, but
the uncomplimentary cognomens
such as nap-time and skip-hour,
to mention only two, do not seem
to fit in with the serious content
of these courses.
AS A UC student, I attend three
of the most complained-about lec lectures,
tures, lectures, those of Cl, C 3, and C 6;
at the same time, I am in contact
with the students of another mass
lecture, C 2. My experiences
this trimester, balanced with those
of my fellow sufferers, Indicate
an urgent need for re-evaluation
of the methods of presentation in
all comprehensive course
lectures, and especially in those
named above.
THE DEPARTMENT of the Army
has done a study on the effective effectiveness
ness effectiveness of command. It seems that a
person in command (faculty) can
effectively control (present com comprehensible
prehensible comprehensible material) to between
only three to seven men (students).
Obviously the lecture hall is
different from a battle field, but
some analogy still applies.
MANY PROFESSORS, both
lecture and classroom types, are
more interested in research and
material content in their courses
than they are in its presentation.
Students too have an interest which

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can be cultivated into a possible
major if professors nurtured it
right. We students came to this
University with the desire and the
potential to learn, not just
memorize knowledge which has
been, handed to us by our
professors. We learn in order to
either understand or to ask more
questions, not just to know.
IN ORDER to help allieviate the
above problem (Students, lectures,
and lecturers), the formation of a
committee has been suggested.
This committee would be composed
of a representative from each of
the comprehensive courses, a
representative from the English,
speech, and communications
department, a University College
counsellor, and at least two
students currently enrolled in one
of the comprehensive lecture
courses.
THE COMMITTEE members
would create a manual for
lecturers in C course lectures
containing presentation hints and
suggestions from selected faculty
members and students, and outline
hints so that students can keep up
with the notes and the lecture. The
high qualifications and experience
of the C course professors and
the high capabilities and potential
of UC students should not be wasted
solely because of a lack of com communication
munication communication and understanding. We
students are willing to work, but
we cannot educate ourselves.
Lecturers, HELP US TO LEARN!

THE GATOR SALUTES
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* * * CANDIDATES CORNER * *
(ED NOTE: For this feature, which will
appear regularly during the campaign, all
parties were told to submit copy of a certain
maximum length. Progress Party, however,
chose to write less than the maximum length
for this issue.)
Action Progress

ACTION Party Is pleased to have this medium
of contact with the university community.
We hope to set the mood and theme of the series
in this first column. Dont expect to read a list
of sparkling generalities, to wade through the
political mud or find personal attacks on the oppo opposition
sition opposition based on make-believe. ACTION will only
give you facts.
First, what is ACTION Party and how did it
come about?
The ACTION movement began last April. It began
on the floor of the Legislative Council when a
few independent thinking representatives balked and
refused to follow the party line handed down from
political kingpins.
The Mavericks, as they were called were
warned not to rock the political boat and that
their future in FBK was in jeopardy. The lines
were drawn. The mavericks began to do a little
organizing of their own.
The small group was surprised to find a number
of students willing to go out on a political limb
to help break the long established system of dic dictatorial
tatorial dictatorial party control by a few. The rest of the
Spring, and all Summer, the nucleus of ACTION
grew. In the Fall it began to make public moves.
In November ACTION announced itself as a full fullfledged
fledged fullfledged campus political party.
On January 11, the leaders of the other two
existing parties on campus, Gator and VOTE, met
about 11:30 p.m. to put an end to any threat by this
fast rising ACTION Party.
Gator Party, which had sadly fallen down in its
first year of existence, had a liability in its name
and no possible candidates. VOTE Party had the
one man everyone had picked as the most likely
candidateSG Treasurer, Fred Lane.
There was only one way out of the dilemma
faced by both parties. They merged on the first
day of school to form what they considered an
invincible super party.
They gambled on one major premiseand they
lost. They gambled that then the smoke cleared,
Fred Lane would be severed from VOTE Party Partyand
and Partyand be was. The other half of the gamble was that
ACTION Party, with its foundation in independent
voters, had its only hope for advancement in Floyd
Price and it could never absorb Lane and his
Greek backers. That would leave a group with no
Greek strength fighting a group with no independents
and insure a walk-in for Progress Party.
Before the merger meeting was completed the
word was out. the reasons were obvious and the
ACTION organizers and Lane backers were in con conference.
ference. conference. The talks lasted all night Monday, all
day Tuesday and late Tuesday night ACTION Party
drafted a one-two slate of Lane and Price to carry
the ACTION banner.
ACTION Party had a humble beginning and is
still the slight underdog regardless of what the
opposition says ACTION does not have any bloc
vote advantage Qcount em yourself sometime).
ACTION Party plans a different campaign. At
least it would be a different campaign if the other
party would stop mimicking (Case in pointjsteal
thunder of new party image, another case in
point: new party needs new name- Progress. Could

Student self-government must be mature and re responsible.
sponsible. responsible. Too often, student government has been
thought of as a farce. The time has come when
the University of Florida, can no longer afford
the luxury of a student government concerned with
trivia and divorced from substance.
Student government to meet the challenges be before
fore before our student community todaymust elevate
its level of concern and streamline its programs
and procedures. I am committed to a clean, high highlevel
level highlevel campaign as a first step to maturity and
creativity in student government.
Student government must respond to and re reflect
flect reflect the needs of each individual student and the
whole university. To serve students as individuals
we must understand that needs arise in our re relations
lations relations with the administration, housing, food ser service,
vice, service, the factulty, the state legislature and others.
The student body needs someone who understands
these relationships and has the background, exper experience
ience experience and determination to serve as their spokes spokesman
man spokesman during the coming year.
This campaign must be more than the traditional
three-week clash of opposing political factions.
I want to make it my opportunity to talk with
you....about the nature of student government...
where it is going...and how and where you want
changes made.
(ACTION, con't)
it have come from the motto Progress takes
ACTION* that was used on ACTION handout folders
printed and passed out over a week before school
started?) (
We respect the intelligence of college level students
and will not offer sparkling generalities like give
student government back to the students. Im sure
everyone has heard that one before.
ACTION offers candidates who have proven records
of experience and knowledge of SG machinery--
who have and will get things done. 1 Compare the
candidates this way: check the experience of each
in the area in which he, of she, will be directly
dealing. Check also for evidence of a true desire
to serve student government by the candidates
past record of service to the student body.
Check all this and dont be surprised if it adds
up to ACTION.
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j* BERKELEY (CPS) The University of g
Californias Free Speech Movement has launched :£
:$ a-drive to raise money to pay the legal expenses :|:j
:*:of 800 students arrested last December during ::
jsa demonstration protesting the schools:-:;
:: regulations restricting campus politic a 1 ::
x activity. :$
The Universitys faculty had raised SBSOO g
*;in bail money when the students were first g!
arrested, but the Free Speech Movement said*:
*; additional money was now needed to help defer *:
:* legal expenses. So the Movement is calling on £:
:$ students across the nation to help raise it.



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EDITOR:
THE ACTION of closing off the student crosswalk
across University Ave. to the Gold Coast was
indirectly just another example of the feelings the
city of Gainesville has toward the students. We are
fine when were buying something but should we get
in their way or in this case their traffics way, then
the students convenience should suffer.
IT WAS argued that by forcing the students to
cross at the traffic lights they would be much safer,
but just because the lights are red does not at all
mean it is safe to cross. When you consider the
Gainesville law of turning right on red, a pedestrian
at a traffic light has to watch for cars coming from
sometimes four different directions. Usually, except
when a Gainesville motorcycle patrolman is making
a "U or "S turn, traffic is only coming from two
directions in the middle of the block.
THE ONLY practical solution, when you really
consider the safety of the students, is to do what
is done on all levels of school I have attended up
through junior college. That would be to make the
entire roadways surrounding the campus into strictly
enforced 15 M.P.H. zones.
ALSO THERE should be no specific area to cross
as Im sure, with all the experience weve gained
dodging 40 M.P.H. cars, the slower ones will be
childs play.
JAMES MASTERS, 4EG
* * *
EDITOR;
IT WAS with great pleasure to be among those
hearing Father George Hagmaier speak at the Wesley
Foundation last Sunday evening about his experiences
at the last gathering of the Ecumenical Council at
the Vatican. However, more significant was the fact
that Father Hagmaier was one of the few Catholics
to address a sectarian group at their meeting place
outside the Roman Catholic Church in this diocese,
especially on this subject. Unfortunately, Roman
Catholics in the North Florida Diocese are dis discouraged
couraged discouraged from interdenominational intercourse.
Father Hagmaiers reaction to this policy was
negative.
WHY CANT members of ALL faiths share ideas
in each others houses of worship? The present
policy of this diocese is not in tune with the spirit
of Ecumenism. It is time for a change.
KENT JONES, 3BA
*****
EDITOR:
STEPHAN L. ROZMAN, although your second
letter was, perhaps, more verbose than your original,
you seem to be drifting away from the crux of the
argument. You say you are a twentieth century
Liberal only'Hnterested in the Individual, yet here
you deny an individuals right to set qualifications
for PRIVATE employment, and freedom of the press.
To pursue this subject further, would you be as
vehement if the ad stated, "Negro student wanted to
live on premises and work part time?
It appears to be in vogue today to apply the term
discrimination only to minority groups.
SHARON WRIGHT 4AS
PEGGY DESANE 2UC

*****
y
EDITOR:
Plainly this university is con controlled
trolled controlled by chaotic minds: We are a
liberal source of education; yet we
terminate classes for a religious
gathering and to excel in
blasphemies we close the library
during this Sacred Hour. This
hypocrisy is picturesque. Contrast
the preceedlng facts with the fact
that during those Holy Days
preceedlng Christ's Ascension
final are scheduled.
Either my sources of knowledge
have been grossly incorrect or this
university is a firm rock of
hypocrisy, guided by chaotic
minds.
GJ.ACQUAVIVA 3 AS

Freshman Focus
By DAVID ROPES
? Columnist
In by one, Scolded by none, Late after two, No dates for you.
In the following weeks to come, this unique but original column
will present a biased and predjudiced opinion from a freshmans point
of view concerning the living, studying and dating standards at the
University of Florida, alias Gatorland. It will contain and discuss
such aspects of college life as; tri-monster system, fraternities,
dating problems, teachers and exams, and of course the fresh freshmans
mans freshmans social life.
Have you got a date for this weekend? If you are like scores
of other freshmen boys, the obvious answer is no.
The social life of a freshman is restricted, especially if you are a
GDI. On a date the GDI may decide to crash a fraternity party with
the chance of being thrown out quietly or pledged up by an inebriated
brother. If pledging a fraternity you usually have precedence in the
lower echelon of girls, as the good-looking ones are pinned, lovaliered
or cold.
This is the first of many dating problems which a freshman
encounters. The first problem-where to find a date? In order
to find an available freshman girl, the best place to start looking
is in your classes. Obviously there arent too many girls there
or maybe you didnt think they were girls when you first saw them.
Next you approach the girls dorms. There you might find a girl who
is good looking and one you might like to go out with; but being a
freshman boy you probably dont have the three status symbols
girls look for when they first check out the boys. These are: a pin,
a car, and a place to go. Without these it is impossible to snow the
girls.
The second alternative is to try and get a blind date with her by
way of an influential friend. However, when you pick her up you
suddenly realize that you must have been blind to ask her out in the
first place.
Wine, Women, Food
By MIKLOS
Columnist
BEWARE OF America's number one man trap. The steak dinner.
Many a unsuspecting bachelor has been trapped by an invitation like
"How about dropping by my apartment this evening and Ill fix a
nice big steak?
THE ABOUT-to-be-trapped bachelor drools at the prospect! He
was raised in the feminine conspiracy to make him a big, hearty,
two .fisted meat and potato eater, but in awe of the secrets and
mysteries of the kitchen.
THE AVERAGE Florida man is particularly susceptible. He has
been living on a steady diet of hot dogs and hamburgers or lone lonesomely
somely lonesomely picking at the grease dominated abominations euphimistically
referred to as food by our local cafeterias.
IN SHORT, he is a big ripe juicy plum, ready to be plucked by the
first coed that comes along.
THE MYTH of the kitchen is one which has been carefully nurtured
by every bride-to-be throughout generations. Why, your own mother
wont tell you. Shes a woman. And thus a member in good standing
in the great conspiracy.
IT SHALL be our objective in this column to show that there is
nothing difficult, mysterious, or even time consuming in the preparation
of good food.
Every self-respecting bachelor knows that cook books like the
Holy Bible and Kinsey Reports should not be taken too literally.
Most recipes are compiled with the assumption that you have unlimited
time and funds. The Florida man has neither the time nor the inclination
to bother with such hocus pocus. His time is much better spent eating,
drinking or sleeping.
WE SHALL show that under ordinary circumstances any bachelor
worth his salt can improvise a meal, between beers, in less time than
it takes to heat up that great great American abomination, the T.V.
dinner.
THUS WITH due respect to our coeds we shall leave cookbooks,
recipes, et al. to carvers of ice, molders of gelatin, and women.
ANY MAN with plenty of gall and imagination can duplicate any
dish he has ever eaten. Women can't. They lack the necessary
arrogance. They must follow every recipe to the letter.
WE DO not mean to imply that there is no place for women in a
bachelors kitchen. There definitely is! Women make excellent pot
wallopers and first-rate dishwashers.

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wiiSams Pooriiiiii
Horoscope
By SAM ULLMAN
Columnist
THIS IS the astrological forecast for today.
Remember, the stars cant be wrong; astrology
points the way. If you are truly a wise person
you will let the stars control your life.
IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTHDAY. .you are the
loving type, who likes to love so stay home
today and use anybody available as an outlet for
your love-starved tensions.
AQUARIUS (Jan 20 Feb. 18); Today is without
question one of the best days of your life. The
stars indicate that the next 24 hours are very
favorable for financial gain if you are interested
in that type of thing. Sell your car, clothes, and,
books. Borrow all you can from friends and
fraternity brothers. Go to the track. You will be
approached by a small, old man. He will be wearing
a yellow tie, a black shirt, a false moustache, a
brown sport coat with a spot on the left shoulder,
and a straw hat from Havana. Heed his advice;
he will make you a rich man.
PISCES (Feb. 19 March 20); The planets are
favorable towards social activity. Take back your
fraternity pin. Write a Dear John" to your other
girl back home. Break all existing engagements.
If you are married, dont go home tonight. Go out
on the streets and use your imagination.
ARIES (March 21 April 19); Get sufficient
rest in the morning; in the afternoon you will be
bitten by a large, brown dog.
TAURUS (April 20 May 20); Today is the day
to make plans; ideas will bubble forth from you. Heavy
emphasis should be placed ig>on practical Jobs. You
should not suppress whims; follow through at all
costs. You may create a legend on campus which
will last many years after you have been expelled.
GEMINI (May 21 June 20): Cement is your
enemy for the day according to the lunar aspect.
Do not allow your feet to touch any pavement,
sidewalk, stairs, etc. Go to class on your skateboard.
CANCER (June 21 July 22): The stars have
finally reached the wrong position for you. DO NOT
stay in Gainesville under any conditions. Go to
Daytona for the day. Invite your pinmate, spend the
week if you are having a good time; your roommate
will not miss either you or your pinmate.
LEO (July 23 Aug. 22): Follow your ambitions
today. Do not be meek, mild or hesitant. Speak-up
in class. Interrupt your lecturers with startling
witticisms. Challenge your professors to "prove
it" through "combat." Be brusque, harsh, un uncompromising,
compromising, uncompromising, and insulant. Your professors will
admire your individuality, from a distance.
VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. 22): You will be sitting
li) the Hub today; a good-looking member of the
opposite sex will sit at your table. If you are a
Sigma Nu, you will pin her first, then ask her name.
If you are a Pi Lam, you will hand her the check.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. 22): You will approach
a nice-looking young lady, and ask her for a date.
Her pinmate, a 300 pound football player, will walk
up to you Just as you grab her hand; he will not
understand.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. 21): Things look bad.
Better stay home in bed. Overcome the temptation
to get up and go to that interesting lecture that you
usually cut anyhow.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 Dec. 21): Today is a
good day to exercise your leadership capacities.
Take any adverse situation in hand immediately.
This afternoon you will see 4,000 frogs on University
Ave. Call the Campus Cops to have them "toad"
away.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. 19): The stars indicate
that you are in the House of Venus today. We suggest
that you leave hurriedly before her husband returns.

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7 The Florida Alligator/ Wednesday, Jan. 27, 1965

GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

For Sale

DELUXE PORTABLE SMITH SMITHCORONA
CORONA SMITHCORONA Typewriter Galaxie.
Make offer. Call FR 6-9986. (A (A---81-2t-c).
--81-2t-c). (A---81-2t-c).
CUSHMAN EAGLE, mechanically
excellent and highly reliable. Re Rebuilt
built Rebuilt and repainted last year. $147.
Call BUI at 376-2420^A- 80- 5t- c).
OWN YOUR OWN TRAILER and
enclosed cabana. Located in an
oak grove, overlooking Bevens
Arm. Call FR 2-5449 after 5 p.m.
(A-80-st-c).
MARRIED STUDENTS take a study
break and look at a great trailer.
8x36 with 9xl 2 room cabana.
This outfit is COMPLETELY
FURNISHED. Payments lower than
Gainesville rent and you can sell
when you graduate. Quiet sur surroundings
roundings surroundings 5 minutes from campus.
Call for appointment 372-0679
before 3:30 or after call Paradise
Trailer Park. (A-72-ts-c).
WESTINGHOUSE WASHER 2
years old excellent condition SIOO.
30-inch FRIGID AIRE stove one
year old. Like new SIOO. Stroller
with canopy and shopping basket.
Folds up $lO. 376-2502. (A-78-
st-c).
Personal
DRY CLEAN 8 lbs. $1.50. This is
approximately 10 articles of
clothing. GATOR GROOMER Coin
Laundry, next to University Post
Office. Bring your own hangers.
(J-69-ts-c).

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THREE BEDROOM, furnished,
air-conditioned hofne. Available
Feb. Ist. $l5O per month. Call
Ernest Tew Realty, 6-6461 any anytime.
time. anytime. (B-81-st-c).
NEW APARTMENTS, completely
furnished. One bedroom, swimming
pool, all electric kitchen, central
heat, alr-cond. S9O per month.
372-3826. (B-78-ts-c).
UNFURNISHED TWO LARGE
Rooms, 1 1/2 bath, large kitchen.
Ideal for 2 or 3 seniors or grad,
students. Quiet are£ SBS per
month. 923 NE 3rd Ave. Call 376-
9992. (B-77-st-c).
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EXPERT TYPING done in my
home. WUI pick up and deliver.
376-8586 before 7:30 a.m. or after
5 p.m. (M-81-lt-c).
APPLICATION PASSPORT PASSPORTPORTRAITS
PORTRAITS PASSPORTPORTRAITS Dissertation photos
and simUar photography. Phone
378-1170JSneeringer Photography,
1013 1/2 W. Univ.Ave.(M-81-3t-c).
Lost & Found
LOST: BLACK WALLET. USAF
seal on picture case. Lost in Univ.
Aud., Rawlings Hall or in between.
Contact John Shoup, 542 Murphree
H. Phone 372-9135. (L-81-2t-c).
LOST: A POST VERS A LOG slide
rule. If found please call Mike
White. FR 2-9216. Large Reward.
(L-80-2t-c).

Autos
1932 PLYMOUTH 4-door sedan.
1950 DODGE Truck with camper.
Call 6-1831. (G-81-3t-p).
-
*57 CHEVY 4-door sedan. Very
good condition, economical six
cylinder, stick shift, radio and
heater, new tires. $325. Call 378-
2988. (G-81-3t-c).
1964 SPITFIRE, 9,000 miles, 8
months old. Perfect condition.
$1,950.CaU 372-4579.(G-81-st-c).
1964 TR-4 Hardtop. ExceUent
condition, low mileage. Call 376-
1474. (G-80-st-c).
58 CHEVY V-8, Radio and heater.
Phone 2-0491 after 7 p.m. (G-80-
ts-c).
*53 TD-2 MG ROADSTER. SSOO
or best offer. Call FR 6-8543
after 5 p.m. (G-80-4t-c).
1962 MERCEDES BENZ 190 C
Sedan. Good condition. Less than
S2IOO. During day call FR 6-3211,
Ext. 5467 and after 6 p.m. 372-
4763. (G-79-3t-c).
*62 CHEVY 409, 2-door, Iropala,
SS, 4 speed transmission, bucket
seats, PS & PB, excellent con condition.
dition. condition. One owner. Call 372-3826.
(G-78-ts-c).
1956 FORD STATION WAGON from
original owner. S2OO. 1952 Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet sedan, $l5O. Call FR 2-
5091. (G-78-st-c).
59 FORD Automatic R&H WSW,
Immaculate condition. $550. Call
2-4145 after 8 p.m. (G-80-3t-c).
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Reservations Accepted
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MALE STUDENT TO share 2
bedroom apartment. Kitchen
facilities. Need car. S3O per month
plus utilities. Call 6-8647. (C-81-
2t-c).
TWO COEDS WANT to rent or
share apartment (through April)
near campus. Preferably NW
area. Any reasonable rate. FR
6-1343. (C-80- 3t-c).
MALE STUDENT to share 5 room
house 4 1/2 miles from campus.
$35 per month includes utilities.
Call 376-6191 evenings. (C-79-
st-p).
WANTED 1950 1955 Fords and
Chevrolets. AL HERNDON'S
SERVICE STATION, 916 S. E.
4th Street. (C-73-20t-c).
Help Wanted 1
BAND COMBO FOR entertainment
at University Inn. See Mrs. Quinn.
FR 2-6333. (E-80-3t-c).
PIANO PLAYER or organist from
6 to 12 midnight, full or part parttime.
time. parttime. University Inn, FR 2-6333,
see or ask for Mrs. Quinn. (E (E---79-3t-c).
--79-3t-c). (E---79-3t-c).
YOUNG MAN to work 7 to 9 a.m.,
Tuesday through Saturday. Apply
Sears, Roebuck, 14 S. Main. Call
2-8461. (E-79-3t-c).
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The Fee Expenditure Evaluation
(FEE) is currently being conducted
to try to determine student opinion
as to future trends in the allocation
of a half-million dollars in your
student activity fees.
Please help inform Legislative
Council and the Office of the
Treasurer about your views.
Remember: $14.50 of your tuition
each trimester makes up the money
allocated to the various student
activities. If any questions arise,
consult the recently distributed
Treasurers Report to the Student
Body.
this years Lyceum artists? (a)
outstanding; (b) good; (c) fair;
(d) need better.
2. The Lyceum Council now
sponsors five performances each
trimester. Is this: (a) all right;
(b) need more; (c) fewer.
Reitz to attend
treasurer's funeral
UF President J. Wayne Reitz
will go to Tallahassee today to
attend the funeral of State
Treasurer J. Edwin Larson who
died suddenly Sunday.
I LANE 1
(Continued from Page I)
said I would rather lose because
Im not qualified than because Im
a girl. 1
ACTION candidates for Honor
Court Chancellor and Clerk, Jack
Nichols and Fred Breeze, both
agreed that their goal would be
to remove politics from the student
judiciary system.
Lanes arrival at Broward
suffered a 15 minute delay due to
a late evening class. During the
delay Mike Colodny of ACTION
Party delivered a firey oration on
his partys philosophy. Colodny
noted that Florida Blue Key has
12 members in ACTION Party
while 48 are in Progress Party.
He concluded, This proves that
no one controls Fred Lane. He
stressed that candidates should
not owe their allegiance to power
groups.
Comparing ACTIONS campaign
to the whistle stop campaign of
the Truman era, Colodny admitted,
We cant afford the banners, we
cant afford the poop sheets, but
hand-shaking is cheap.
I WARD 1
(Continued from page I)
Religion-in- Life Reception hosted
by President and Mrs. Reitz and
the University Religious Associa Association.
tion. Association. The reception in Bryan
Lounge of the Florida Union
followed a major Religion-in-Life
address by Coffin in University
Auditorium.
House boy killed
with kitchen knife
Samuel J. Hopkins, Phi Gamma
Delta Fraternity house boy, was
stabbed to death with a kitchen
knife early Saturday morning at
the home qf what Gainesville Police
believe to be his girlfriend. Police
said Ella Mae Wilson, 43, has been
charged with murder.

SG treasurers
questionnaire

3. Which cultural-enter cultural-entertainment
tainment cultural-entertainment activity should be
increased? (a) Florida Players;
(b) Lyceum Council; (c) Gator
Band.
4. Which activity brings
greatest prestige to the
University? (a) Moot Court Team;
(b) Debate Team; (c) Livestock
Judging Team.
5. Which of the following
music-oriented activity should
have increased activity? (a)
University Choir; (b) Gator
Band; (c) Mens Glee Club; (d)
Womens Glee Club; (e) Symphony
Orchestra.
6. Which of the following
special interest groups most
deserves its allocation? (a) Board
of International Activities; (b)
Mayors Council; (c) Womens Stu Student
dent Student Association.
7. Should the Florida
Alligator continue to publish daily
as opposed to fewer times each
week? (a) daily; (b) Monday,

Ray Vogel, BEE, April, '65, invites you
to interview the Bell System Employment Team.
On campus February 2 & 3.
As a team member, Ray will be on hand
to answer questions on why he planned a career
in communications.
Join him and learn about your future with
the Bell System.
To schedule interviews see the Placement Office.
(Interested? Come to a meeting Feb. 1, 5:00 pm, in the Florida Union.)
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Wednesday, Friday only; (c) twice I
a week only. J
have a Seminole yearbook? (a) I
yes; (b) yes, but more inexpen-1
sive; (c) no, no longer needed on I
a campus this large. ]
9. Do you consider $4,251
each trimester a fair payment!
from each student activity fee to I
the Athletic Association in return
for free admission to all athletic
events? (a) yes; (b) no; cant
judge.
the current Intramurals program?
(a) sufficient and happy; (b) suf suffcient
fcient suffcient but dissatisfied; (c) need
more facilities;(d) greater number
of programs and activities needed.
activity, if any, needs a larger
allocation and increased activity.
0
Turn in at all housing offices
and the Florida Union desk.

Wednesday. Jon. 27, 1965, The Florida Alligator,

More cadets resign
in cheating scandal

AIR FORCE ACADEMY, (UPI)
Six more cadets were disclosed
Tuesday to have resigned in the
Air Force Academy cheating scan scandal.
dal. scandal. The academy resisted
pressure to release the names of
all 35 students who have left since
the scandal broke eight days ago.
Maj. Gen. Robert Warren, aca academy
demy academy superintendent, made
the latest announcement. He said
the investigation might be
completed by Feb. 10, and results
would be forwarded to Air Force
Secretary Eugene M. Zuckert.
The investigation is being con conducted
ducted conducted in a painstaking manner,
appraising the cadets who are in involved
volved involved of their individual rights
and offering them legal counsel
during the investigation, Warren
said. As the academy is obligated
to protect the rights of the indi individuals,
viduals, individuals, no names will be given.
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Rep. Frank Evans, D-Colo., in
whose district the academy is
located, called for disclosure of
all the names to forestall specu speculation
lation speculation which might harm the in innocent.
nocent. innocent.
The Denver Post reported in a
copyrighted story Tuesday that the
cadets who resigned have been
threatened with possible courts courtsmartial
martial courtsmartial if they discuss the matter
with anyone.
ONE RELIGION
People are segregated into
different faiths because the
ancestors of each accepted the faith
of the community where they
happened to live, and each in turn
accepted the faith of the family
into which each happened to be
born. Why not reject segregated
religion and accept inclusive One
Religion which offers one religion
for all?
If you prefer One Religion,
please send name and address to
Joe Arnold, One Religion, 16
Garden Street, Cambridge,
Massachusetts 02138

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, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, Jan. 2

* Gators have eight starters
for Kentucky Tennessee trip
BY BUDDY GOODMAN
Sports Writer
Floridas basketball fortunes will be told within a space of 48 hours
this week when the UF cagers take to the road to face key conference
foes Kentucky and Tennessee.
Florida meets revenge-minded Kentucky in Lexington Saturday night
and then tangles with Tennessee Monday night in Knoxville.
A top league rating will depend largely, if not entirely, on the
success of this trip. Tied with Auburn

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relieving the regular starting five that some, including Coach Norman
Sloan, consider Florida to have eight starters. The same com combination
bination combination of Dick Tomlinson, Gary Keller, Jeff Ramsey, Brooks
Henderson and Tom Baxley has started every game so far, but,
says Sloan, ...when boys come through like Morton, Hoffman
and Higley have, you have to consider them starters also. Believe
me, there would be no hesitation on my part to start any or all of
them.

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for the SEC second spot behind
Vanderbilt, the Gators are very much
in contention for the conference title;
however, Kentucky has always been
ornery on the home court, and
Tennessee has received mention re recently
cently recently from nation-wide polls.
If Floridas opponents are
formidable the Gators are certainly
no less formidable, boasting depth
that has turned the tide against teams
such as Miami, Kentucky (last Sat Saturday)
urday) Saturday) and Alabama.
Paul Morton, Bob Hoffman and Skip

Racing! a great spectacle

By STEVE KANAR
Sports Writer
All is hustle, bustle and apparent
random disorder; people running
everywhere. Italians shouting at
each other; highly organized
Germans going about their duties
as if this were just another day.
This is the beginning of one of
the greatest spectacles in the
worldmotor racing.
preparation for
screaming Fer Fergk
gk Fergk nk Cobras of the U.
tilt Hi S.A., the sleek
KANAR reen As,on
Martins of Great
Britain, the consistent silver
Porsches of Germany and other
smaller cars which are less
spectacular but well prepared.
Florida is fortunate enough to
have two of these races here each
year, both counting toward the
World Manufacturers Champion Championship
ship Championship and therefore drawing the top
drivers and manufacturers from
all over the world.
This year the New Look will
cover both these races for you.
The Daytona Continental on Feb. 27
and Sebring on March 27. We will
run pictures of these races. Then
as race day approaches, we will
go to the track and keep you posted
on what is going on behind the
scenes.**

SEBRING. DAYTONA COMING

Heave ho! And up she goes!
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POLITICS IN BASKETBALL GAMES-- Even
the sports fans are not free from political
banners. This one advertises Bruce Culpepper,
Progress Party presidential nominee and was
hoisted up during the Miami basketball game.
(Photo by Bill Blitch)

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