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Florida trails nation in education sunnort

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (UPI) Florida,
fastest growing major state in the nation,
trails the southeast and the nation in finan financial
cial financial support of higher education.
This was the recurring theme Tuesday
as the College Caravan* of public univer university
sity university and junior college presidents kicked off
an unparalleled campaign to get the tax taxpaying
paying taxpaying public behind their appeal for a record
$415,352,032 general revenue appropriation
for higher education in the coming biennium.
TTiree of four speakers at the first of a
series of luncheons around the state hosted
by the Chamber of Commerce and attended
by business leaders found different ways of

Leg Council approves ASG

The UF Student Government (SG)
became affiliated Tuesday night
with the Associated Student
Governments of the United States
(ASG) when the Legislative Council
ratified the ASG constitution.
The last meeting of the present
council was sparsely attended but
amidst parliamentary confusion,
the ASG constitution finally was
ratified and the votes of the re recent
cent recent election canvassed.

Heres what ASG means:
Student Insurance including full life
indemnity for a lower rate than present
student medical insurance in addition to
the present UF medical insurance
Student tours domestic and foreign at
reduced rates
Central booking agency for student en entertainment
tertainment entertainment to provide top-name enter entertainers
tainers entertainers at reduced rates
% Student Purchasing card which will pro provide
vide provide a discount on all products purchased
from national corporations
EXCHANGE of practical ideas between
student governments Publishes the ASG
Student Government Reference Manual
which includes large scale student govern government
ment government programs that have />, oved workable
at other universities

NEW YORK (UPI) The rookie
policeman who risked his life to
foil a fantastic plot to blow up
three national shrines went back
to work as an undercover detec detective
tive detective yesterday with an un unprecedented
precedented unprecedented second promotion in
two days.
| Speaker coming |
Marilyn Nobles, former Co Co£
£ Co£ ordinating Secretary of the Free§
Speech Movement at the Uni-:>
:£ versity of California, Berkeley:*:
X- campus, will speak Sunday at X
>: 7:30 p.m. in the Florida Union:*:
x Auditorium. Her speech is
:: sponsored by Freedom Party
v and the Unitarian Fellowshfr. x

FLORIDA ALLIGATOR

Vo. 57, No. 97 Thursday, Feb. 18, 1965

N.Y. policeman returns to job

EDUCATORS IN CAMPAIGN FOR APPROPRIATION

saying the same thing:
Florida can afford to spend a lot more than
it does for higher education and those with
children to educate had better let their
legislators and other state officials know they
are willing to pay the bills.
Although we are at the bottom of the list
of 12 southeastern states in support of higher
education, we head the list in per capita
income,* said Dr. J. Broward Culpepper,
executive director of the state University
Board of Regents. He said Floridas per capita
income is $2,111 and its total personal in income
come income of its citizens last year, $11.2 billion
is the highest in the southeast.

Canvassing of the votes is a
formality in the Council by which
the results are accepted by the
representatives of the student body
as official.
There was no discussion nor
contention with any of the pre precinct
cinct precinct returius brought out in the
meeting and the formality was dis dispensed
pensed dispensed with alter the members
read through the official Honor
court count of the votes by pre precinct.
cinct. precinct.

A police spokesman said Ray- cause his face was still a secret,
mond Wood, 31, would continue to Wood, a Negro who has been on
be an undercover detective be- the force only 10 months, inf 11-
'Beatle stock worth million
LONDON(UPI)-Beatlemania hit the stock market yesterday when
investors scrambled like teen-agers for the privilege of putting their
money into the Beatles music firm.
The Beatles issue, despite repeated warnings that it is a straight
gamble from every financial editor in town, was heavily oversub oversubscribed
scribed oversubscribed yesterday with many requests for blocks of stock coming from
the United States.
The stock offering places the value of Northern Songs, Ltd. at $5.4
million. The company's chief assets are the copyrights of 50 songs
written by Lennon and McCartney who own 30 per cent of the shares.
Their holding will be worth $1.66 million today which, added to their
earnings from records, films and personal appearances, puts them both
into the multi-millionaire category.

Drew Haslett, 2UC, UF repre representative
sentative representative to the ASG convention in
Oklahoma last November, ex explained
plained explained the principles of tlie na nationwide
tionwide nationwide organization to Council
members and pleaded its cause for
adoption.
Thirty members of the present
Leg Council remain in office until
next falls election, while 40 are
replaced by representatives elect elected
ed elected Feb. 11.
One outgoing member, Steve
Brockman, told the council he had
found some things done by the body
during his term of officer very
favorable, but said others were
trivial and petty.
I*d like to suggest to the coun council
cil council that you try to do away with
trivialities and pettiness and un unnecessary
necessary unnecessary calls for parliamentary
procedure and stick to the busi business
ness business at hand,** said Brockman.

Honor apples being 6 squeezed s

$ 5
They are robbing me blind," says Wallis Rodden Roddenberry.
berry. Roddenberry. It's hardly worth the effort to put my
apples out any more."'
Roddenberry, 2UC, is the operator of the Honor
Apple concession on campus. The concession
stresses payment for the apples on the honor system.
But not everyone pays for them.
Normal losses are about 25 per cent but this
year the shrinkage is 33 per cent," tie said.

Dr. George W. Gore Jr., president of Flor Florida
ida Florida A & M University told the group of several
hundred luncheon guests, including the state
cabinet, legislative leaders and several
supreme court justices, that Florida ranks
12th among the 12 southeastern states in
percentage of the states per capita income
spent for higher education and nationally,
our ranking among the 50 states is almost as
bad.**
And Dr. Marshall W. Hamilton, president
of North Florida Junior College at Madison,
said Florida makes less of a per capita
contribution to higher education than the
southern region as a whole and substantially

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THE TIME IS NEAR
< t u for , the Florida Player production of Waltz
oi the Toreadors. The show will start tonight
and run Feb. 19-20 and 25-27 at Norman Hall
Auditorium. Curtain goes up at 7:30 p.m. Thurs Thursd4Xs
d4Xs Thursd4Xs and P'lrc* Fridays. Above are players,
Hill Gywn and Ruth Hellwig with a preview
scene.

trated the pro-Communist Black
Liberation Front. Because of him,
the plot by three Negro terrorists
and a blonde Canadian girl to dyna dynamite
mite dynamite the Statue of Liberty, the
Liberty Bell and the Washington
Monument failed.
Police Commissioner Michael
J. Murphy was so impressed by
Wood's job that he promoted him
to detective third grade Wednesday
as soon as the four alleged con conspirators
spirators conspirators were arrested.
But a police spokesman said
that Murphy had second thoughts"
about the promotion and decided
to give Wood another one.

under the national average.
This program, totalling $75 million this
biennium and SSO million per biennium in
the future unless raised will do. no more
than catch up with a backlog of needs and
at no time was considered a replacement for
general revenue appropriations,** he said.
Hamilton said junior colleges alone need
$33.3 million this year to take care of build buildings
ings buildings needed for present enrollment and are
asking another $31.2 million from general
revenue and $3 million from trust funds to
meet needs for the next biennium at existing
institutions. This does not cover funds for
several new junior colleges to be requested.

The honor apple system Is a private, student studentowned
owned studentowned concession. The profits from the small
business help put the owner through college. It
has been passed from one student owner to another
since its beginning in 194 G.
Koddenberry and a student helper buy the
Washington State apples from a Gainesville whole wholesale
sale wholesale grocer and then put them in the stands between
6:30 and 7 a.m. each weekday morning.
Fence discussion at
meeting tonight

The Uiuversity Traffic and
Safety Committee will meet to to
- to night at 8 p.m. in Hoorn 208
of Tigert Hall.
The meeting will be open to
a limited number of students.
The group will take up the
controversial fence between
Murphree Area and the Cold
Coast* by Univ. Ave.
Student Bo,!y President, Bruce
Culpepper, will attend the meet meeting.
ing. meeting.
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, The Florida Alligator/ Thursday, Feb, 18/ 1965

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THE COLWELLS COMING SUNDAY
-to University Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Back in the United States after
174,000 miles of world travel, they are accompanying Olympic Medalist
Rusty Wa 11 e s as part of a Task Force touring Southeastern
universities.

Dorm fire
in South Hall
A fire alarm from south Hall
was reported to the Gainesville
Fire Department at 4:30 am.
Tuesday morning by Ed Frenier,
a South Hall section advisor.
We smelled something burning
and called the fire department
when we couldn't locate the
smoke's source," Frenier said.
Thick smoke covered the second
and third floors, and the rest of
the building was foggy from the
smoke."
Capt. J. R. Hardee of the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Fire Department said his
crews who arrived in three fire
trucks found no fire after an ex extensive
tensive extensive search of the building.
Yesterday morning campus
maintenance men found a burned burnedout
out burnedout water pump in the elevator
shaft which probably smoked up the
dormitory, according to Don Mott,
Tolbert Area Counselor.
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:: LONDON (UPI) Scotland Yard yesterday came up with its £
first solid clue in the baffling Jack-the-Stripper" slayings of
j: six London prostitutes within the past year. £
Informed sources said detectives were informed that the latest £
y. victim, a tattooed, 28-year-old Irish worn an named Bridie O'Hara, £
knew a round-faced man resembling one who was driving off £
;|j with victim No. 5, Margaret McGowan. £
The nude body of the O'Hara woman, also known as Bridie £
j: Moore, was found Tuesday covered with weeds behind a factory.
: She apparently had been strangled and dumped in the lot about
£ two weeks ago. £
: Police, armed with information given by prostitutes about the
: suspect, had an artisf s sketch drawn up. They will circulate it :j
in the seedy Netting Hill area where all six victims were known £
to have operated. £
Scotland Yard theorized the prostitutes were kiUed by an out- >
wardly respectable businessman who probably commutes from the £
: suburbs and in 10-cycles develops the urge to kill. The man for £
j: some reason appears to carry a grudge against prostitutes. $:
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Ranger will circle
or hit moon.

CAPE KENNEDY (UPI) The
United States completed a spec spectacular
tacular spectacular space doubleheader yes yesterday
terday yesterday b f firing the Ranger 8
television probe toward the moon
on a course so close to perfect
an official said the craft would
hit or circle the moon.
The butterfly-shaped Ranger,
blasted aloft from Cape Kennedy
in flawless style by an Atlas-
Agena rocket at 6:02 p.m. EST,
is expected to complete its 236,000
mile trip to the moon at about
4:30 am. EST Saturday.
Then scientists hope to use Ran Ranger
ger- Ranger B*s six cameras to take as
many as 4,000 pictures of possi possible
ble possible landing areas for astronauts
on the moons Sea of Tranquillity.
We certainly have a velocity
to go to the moon, said Ranger
project manager H.M. Schurmeier
more than two hours after launch.
If we dont impact, we would
make a big elliptical orbit around
the moon.
Late Wednesday scientists at the
Jet Propulsion Laboratory at
Pasadena, Calif., were studying
good, clean telemetry data*
radioed back from Ranger-8 to
determine its exact^course.
Sometime around 4 or 5 a.m.
EST Thursday, they planned to fire
a small rocket aboard the speeding
space craft to make whatever cor correction
rection correction in the course is needed

Mautz to speak
to AAUP on trimester
Robert B. Mautz, Vice-President for Academic Affairs at the Univer University
sity University of Florida, will be the featured speaker at tonights AAUP chapter
meeting to be held at 8 p.m. in the McCarty Hall auditorium.
Topic of his talk will be Transition from the Trimester System:
A Progress Report.* A question and answer period will follow his
presentation.
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to send the probe on a crash
course to the Sea of Tranquillity,
The hoped -for impact area is
about 700 miles from Mare Cog Cognitu
nitu- Cognitu known sea, where Ranger-7
crashed last July. Ranger-7 took
4,316 photographs on that journey,
some showing moon craters as
small as 30 inches wide.
Scientists were hoping for even
better results from Ranger -B*s
six cameras, because of better
lighting in the area it hopes to
scan. The project impact area is
near the shadow line on the three threequarter
quarter threequarter moon and the lower light lighting
ing lighting angle is expected to give
clearer delineation to the pictures.
Another television probe,
Ranger -9, is scheduled for firing
next month. Schurmeier said Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday Ranger-9*s target would
depend on the success of Ranger Ranger-8.
8. Ranger-8. If Wednesdays craft achieves
good pictures, hopefully showing
this sea as smooth an area for
possible astronaut landings as the
Mare Gognitum, then Ranger-9
will be aimed at the moons high highlands.
lands. highlands.
Wednesdays launch from Cape
Kennedy went even more smoothly
than Tuesdays Saturn 1 shot in
which a bat-winged space duster
satellite was put in orbit around
the earth. Both brilliantly success successful
ful successful shots are connected with UJS.
hopes of landing a man on the moon
by 1970.



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:: are the favorites of today's jiji
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x she wants to teach.
This cute coed is atrans- :&
:: for from the University of i$
:: Miami where she was Social :§
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Lynn says that she likes Si
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:: because everyone here is so >:
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Dauer named 1965 faculty lecturer
A

Dr. Manning J. Dauer, chairman of the UF Political Science Depart Department,
ment, Department, has been selected faculty lecturer for 1965 and will deliver his
main address tomorrow night.
Dr. Dauer will speak on Higher Education at the Crossroads" at
8:15 p.m. in McCarty Auditorium. The talk will discuss the support
and the administration of higher education and how it affects the teaching
and research program of the University.
The lecturer award is voted by the University's Faculty Committee
to one of its members each year. The 1964 lecturer was Dr. George
K. Davis, noted for his work in the field of nutrition and nuclear studies.
Dr. Dauer has made a n*nhAr of contributions to the field of political

Tutor program aimed at local schools

September, 196 5, marks the
beginning of a local public school
tutoring program designed to help
the average student that just
can't hack" the work.
The program was Initiated by
Dr. Ira J. Gordon, head of the
Educational Foundations Depart Department
ment Department of the UF College of Educa Education
tion Education with the assistance of Dr.
Robert Currin and Dr. Donald
Avila, also with the department.
Presently there are 60 children,
20 from each of two elementary

schools and one junior high school.
These are students that need to
develop interpersonal relation relationships
ships relationships rather than specialized aca academic
demic academic training.
Students are selected by the
faculty of each of school on the
following basis: if they are having
trouble learning, if their trouble
is not caused by mental retarda retardation
tion retardation or are emotionally disturbed
and if there is a cultural disad disadvantage.
vantage. disadvantage.
The tutors are UF students

No problems
registering
new tags
No re-registration of student au automobiles
tomobiles automobiles will be necessary when
students purchase 1965 auto tags,
according to campus police chief
A. L Shuler.
Automobiles are registered
according to sticker numbers, not
license tags," he said. We re request
quest request license numbers when stick stickers
ers stickers are first ussued because we
frequently check vehicle owner ownership."
ship." ownership."
4
Students and faculty members
with special area parking permits
will be required to pick up new
ones as soon as new tags are
purchased.
These permits show the license
numbers of the cars for which they
are issued, and the tag number
is the only thing that shows an
officer whether the permit is used
on the proper vehicle," said Shu Shuler.
ler. Shuler.

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Thursday, Feb. 18, 1965, The Florida AHigator,

science. His book, Adams Federalists,** is now in its second
printing. He also is the author of several monographs of Florida govern government,
ment, government, including The Analysis of the Florida Constitution.**
Dr. Dauer*s contributions to the study of reapportionroent have
included the establishment of one of the standard indexes to measure
the percentage of a states population that can elect each chamber of
the legislature.
A member of the University of Florida faculty since 1933, except for
four years with the UJS. Air Force during World War n, Dr. Dauer also
teaches the undergraduate course in political theory, as well as graduate
work in that field..

either in the College of Education
or Nursing. They are not trained
tutors. This in itself is an experi experiment.
ment. experiment. Recruiting 1s on a voluntary
basis. The only requirements are
transportation and a 2.0 average
to assure their return the follow following
ing following trimester.
How much effect these tutors
are having is not yet clear. The
accumulated data will be evaluated
this summer. The only thing we
have to go on so far is the in increased
creased increased demand for UF tutors from

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$: Fashion Editor I
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UF coed fashions seem to be either tailored, casual, and f:
fifi collegiate; or whimsically feminine. Since men are the focus fi
fifi of womens fashions, I have asked a few men Just which of the fi
sis: two trends they like best.
.sis QUESTION: Which do you prefer in girls* clothing: the casual, if
g tailored, sharp look; or a soft, feminine look?
g ANSWERS: if
g Pat Kelly, 2UC: Depends upon the occasion. For class and if
g fraternity parties it should be collegiate; for cocktail parties if
g and dinner dates, feminine.
Roger Straub, SEG: Some girls look good one, some in the if
g other, some never look good.** if
Rick Wieland, 4JM, I think its more refreshing and relaxing if
sis: to see girls dress casually and yet retain their femininity, fi
sis: A young lady appears more relaxed and affable in such attire.** fi
Jay Hickey, 2UC: It depends who the girl is.** fi
Alan Abdulla, 4AS: I like the collegiate type of clothing, f:
sis: I think it*s more appropriate for campus.**
Jay Foley, 3JM: Cant they look feminine and collegiate fi
iff: at the same time?
Ed Barber, 2UC: Casual sharpness, I suppose, if I have to if
g choose between two extremes. I mean, there are many times if
iff when the tailored look would not be appropriate. You wouldnt if
iff expect a black negligee to be made of flannel and have lapels. if
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the teachers and principals of the
schools involved, said Gordon.
This tutoring idea is by no
means new. Pinellas and Broward
counties have similar programs.
Hie difference lies in the use of
untrained tutors and the use of a
continuing record.
If this program expands further,
more graduate students in the col college
lege college of education will be made
available to guide these tutors and
answer their questions, Gordon
added.

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, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, Feb. 18, 1965

ERNIE UTZ
Editor-In-Chief

LOU FERRIS
Editorial Page Editor

Viewpoint
Its Your Honor
. <><* your grade if you let someone
cheat on an exam and do not report him
}P r It our purpose to imply
that cheating during exams here is rile.
Rather we intend to urge the student to help
exfstfhere* report whatever cheating does
It is common knowledge that where letter
grades are awarded on the basis of where the
numerical scores fall on a bell-shaped curve,
a border-line C student may receive a D
U a few more students score higher than they
ordinarily do.
Quite simply then, if some D students
B s * some C students
It could be you.
That should be enough reason to make an
effort to curtail cheating during exams. But to
those who are better than C p students, this
probably doesnt apply and so we will supply
another reason for them to uphold the honor
code, if reasons are needed.
£ P erson is accepted for admission to
the UF, he is put on his honor from that day
until he graduates. We can think of few things
less honorable than for a student to close his
eyes to the existence of someone cheating,
whom he can observe.
To examine another aspect of the honor
system, consider the reason there are no
proctors to supervise tests at the UF. That
is, no one to sit and watch for cheating.
.The reason for this is that the faculty and
I is tration trusts that the students will
trust? the k nor code. Can we betray this
Would most students prefer to have proctors
oversee the exams? That is doubtful inasmuch
as many would consider it an insult to their
, view he a ct of turning someone
lu* i i he Honor Court as tattling. We do
think that tattling is a word devised by
those who may have something to fear from
the honor system.
f W e P Pe l e that it is simply not enough
tn £ he ?v # J* is each students obligation
possible* k nor system in every way
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"HOW DID YOU DO THAT? YOU COPIED
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| Dynasty |

EDITOR:
The vociferous personal attacks
of Colodny and Lanethe Pi
Lambda Phi political dynasty dynastyleads
leads dynastyleads one to QUERY:
1. Are their basic motives oc-
EDITOR:
THIS LETTER is in reference
to a statement made by Progress
Partys Vice Presidential
candidate, Richard Thompson, in
Tuesday, Jan. 26ths ALLIGATOR.
MR. THOMPSON stated that
**he (Mr. Culpepper) is not a
politician, he represents, and is a
student who is interested first and
foremost in getting things done...
AS I understand it, the very word
politician means one who can get
things done.* Maybe I am wrong,
but if my definition is correct,
then Mr. Culpepper had better
become a politician If he Intends
to (providing he is elected) do
anything in the office.
THE WORD politician has a bad

BY RICK SCHUSTER
Columnist
THE ONE thing I did not need
to do last weekend was take a trip
to Miami. Especially when it was
via Pahokee.
BUT FLORIDA Players needed
a couch that happened to be in
Miami and because of a mixup
in the shipping details, three of
us piled into a car with U-Haul
trailer attached, slapped a
Phantasmagoria" sticker onto
the window, and rode off into Hie
rain.
NATURALLY, this was a trip
of high moral purpose* Not only
did Walt* of the Toreadors**
need its couch, but we also had
to do field research into the
liknesses of bulls. After all, how
could a show with a title like that
not have a bull's head on the set?
WE KEPT careful lookout for one
all the way down. The division of
labor was marvelous. One person
drove, another kept a lookout for
sneaky cars while passing, and the

casionally piercing their glib fa facade
cade facade of dedication?
2. Do they have hidden and pub publicly
licly publicly denied power motives
which are being projected to
others
Politician
taste to many people, but despite
this, people like Mr. J(Anson have
proved that to do anything in a
political office, they must be
politicians.
MANY PEOPLE are Interested
In problems, but lack the ability
to do anything about them (i.e.
Mr. Goldwater has not been very
effective in getting things done
for those people that he is
interested in.)
i DO not know anything about
Mr. Culpepper so I could not
classify him (politician or non nonpolitician),
politician), nonpolitician), but from what I know
of Mr. Thompson he is a real
politician.
THIS LETTER is just a thought
brought on by the many comments

= APODOSIS

Phantasmagoria

third perused the fields carefully
for bulls.
TO KEEP ourselves amused and
awake, we cast World n
with famous UF personalities, and
listened tc The Flying Dutchman
on the radio.
EVERYTHING was fine until the
car overheated for the first of its
four times. But as we pulled into
the gas station on the turnpike,
the muses smiled on us there
in a field across the way was a
live bull, complete with horns.
WHILE THE mechanic fiddled
with the thermostat, we went tp
sketch the bull.
LET ME assure you that bull
is easier to shoot than sketch.
How do you get its attention?
Feeling I needed no introduction,
I climbed the fence. How do you
keep it turned in the right
direction? I waved my spirit cap
in its face.
IT NOT only turned, it snorted
and tnen sneered. Gently I
explained to the 2,000 pounds of
steak how it was going to be

Reference: Speech by Mike
Colodny at Broward Hall on
January 26 and interview of Fred
Lane carried in the Campus Con Conservative
servative Conservative on January 27.
A.L. Me PEAK
during the National elections that
Mr. Johnson is a poltician, and
that made him bad.
A POLITICIAN is the one who
belongs in a political office. I
too am interested in students and
their problems, especially my own
(as I am a student) and those
of my friends (as they are also
students), yet I couldnt run for a
political office as I lack the polish,
the know-how, etc. that it takes
to be effective in an office requiring
these assets by the holder.
IF MR. CULPEPPER is not a
politician, I do not intend to vote
for him, If he is then my vote
could potentially be his.
(MBS) FRANCES J. ROGERS, 2UC
A7544

immortalized in paper mache,
while my roommate sketched
furiously.
THE MONSTER pawed the
ground and swished its tail. I was
on the verge of offering the thing
complimentary tickets when it took
its fljst step forward.'
MY ROOMMMATE panicked and
I followed quickly, just as the
beast made a lunge for my spirit
cap. Come to think of it, we
must have looked pretty silly
scampering across that field after
the bull stopped.
HE KNEW hi had us pretty
well intimidated, he also had my
cap.
THAT NIGHT we had dinner in
Pahokee t-bone steak. I ate it
with sadistic pleasure as I hoped
the bull in Okahumpka had
indigestion from my hat.
AS FOR the sketch, you can see
the results hanging in the General's
study, in Waltz of the Toreadors."
It may look like a lot of bull,
but rest assured that the horns
are real.



WINE, WOMEN, FOOD

By MIKLOS
GONG ARE the steak dinners
of yesteryear. Alas! We have
eaten our last steak dinner! Such
are the vagaries of life to those
who reveal the truth.
FOR EXAMPLE, good friend
Chris, architect extra-ordinaire,
and designer of bachelor pads,
managed once during one of his
more non-creative periods to get
himself inextricably involved with
one of the many beauty queens who
seem to populate the campus at
this time of year.
THE OBJECT of his frustration
was a beauty contest runnerup
from sorority row. Her highness
was a Tri-Delt, with all the usual
attributes the hunger of afarm afarmhand
hand afarmhand and the attitudes of
a cloistress.
POOR CHRIS outdid himself to
entertain her. He wined her. He
dined her. He spent money like
water. Dinners were running into
ten dollars a night with no apparent
crack in her emotional facade.
There seemed to be no end to her
insatiable appetite.
THE TENSION was becoming
unbearable. Salary advances,
scholarships, and loans from
friends were rapidly dwindling.
Clearly a shot of instant
imagination and a good home homecooked
cooked homecooked meal was indicated.
CHRIS WAS taken in tow to the
nearest Winn-Dixie, and an
inexpensive but effective meal
selected for him.
COUNTING THE wine and
whiskey, the tab ran to about six
dollars. An additional dollar was
blown on flowers. Simple cooking
and serving instructions were
written out and committed
to memory by him.
HIS PROBLEM solved, Chris
became sold on the pleasures of
long distant eating, drinking and
cooking, and so was committed to
being a full-fledged MOT. For
the uninitiated, thatisMEMBER thatisMEMBEROF-THE-TRIBE,
OF-THE-TRIBE, thatisMEMBEROF-THE-TRIBE, or MAN MANABOUT
ABOUT- MANABOUT TOWN.
THE POINT IS, restaurants are
fine institutions but the perfect
meal and perfect circumstances
are seldom found in restaurants.
WHAT I AM trying to say is,
food alone is nothing. Drink alone
is nothing. Time and place alone
are nothing. Circumstances are
everything and circumstances are
created by Imagination.

Jewel Tea Co., Inc.
...WILL BE INTERVIEWING
March 3 (Wednesday)
on campus
for
Summer Franchise Operators
(Arrange an appointment in the University
Placement Office, Building H.)
GRADUATES IN MARKETING, GENERAL
BUSINESS AND THE LIBERAL ARTS
LOCATIONS IN FLORIDA & GEORGIA

Turned to fat

COOKING-imaginatton is scene scenesetting
setting scenesetting that provides ingredients
for a magic moment, a perfect
meal and a perfect circumstance.
Tally-ho.
MOT MEALS are as varied as
his sneaky and fertile imagination.
KIDNEY AND MUSHROOM
THE MOT always uses lamb.
It is a ritualistic symbolyzation
of his innocence and purity.
THE MUSHROOMS are the large,
browncarop sort. These are washed
thoroughly, remembering that they
are grown in horse-manure
picked by unwashed labor.
Naturally, there is no need to
relate this fact to your love of
the evening, unless, of course,
she is very young and in need of
education.
PARE THE outside tender parts
of the kidneys into very thin
slivers. Keep the remainder for
the dogs. Thin slice half the mush mushroom
room mushroom caps. In a large frying pan
saute the mushroom caps for five
minutes, turning frequently.
SEASON WITH a little pepper,
salt, and lemon juice. Add more
butter and spread kidney slivers
out in the pan. Saute an additional
three or four minutes. Add 3
jiggers of dry red wine. (NOTE:
TASTE wine first to make sure the
flavor is acceptable.) Try to
remain sober. Cover the pan and
allow to simmer a couple of
minutes. Serve over thinly sliced,
toasted in butter, rye or pumper pumpernickle
nickle pumpernickle bread. To serve, put kidneys
and mushrooms on toast and top
with uncut mushrooms. Pour the
saute liquor over the portion.
CONTRAST THE richness and
delicacy of mushrooms and kidneys
with a salad chosen for its delicacy.
Stay away from onions, garlic,
celery, carrots and tomatoes. Go
for cucumbers, avocado, Boston
lettuce, watercress. Splurge!
Serve with the best available New
York or California Pink
Champagne.
BACK GROUND music is by
Ravel, (not the Bolero C-5
students!)
NOW, WHAT happened to our
queen. Unable to maintain both
her hunger and her once Olympian
figure, she was depledged from
her sorority. Heart-broken, she
dropped out of school. The last I
heard, she was living with a fry
cook from Zuber.

EDITOR:
CURSES ON the trimonster! lam slowly
but surely being devoured by its ravenous
appetite for time. Is there no antidote for its
poisoning? No cure for its disease-like
characteristics? No relief for those poor

Is Sally Broom There?

EDITOR:
SATURDAY NIGHT at 9:15 p.m.
a male student who we shall call
Dafo (short for darn fool) called
S. E. Broward ground floor.
DAFO ASKED to speak to Sally
Broom, room 45. SaUy came to the
phone and eventually they made a
date for 9:45 p.m. that night.
Since it was a blind date Dafo
told her he'd be standing by the
water cooler wearing a black
coat.
DAFO WAS right on time when
he came to the desk to buzz
Sally. He told the desk attendant
Sally's name and room number.
Looking down the row of rooms
the attendant said I'm sorry but
there is no room 45 or a Sally
Broom.
AFTER A moment or two the
attendant laughed and exclaimed exclaimed
exclaimed Fella, you've been had room
45 is a broom closet! Both angry
and embarrassed, Dafo stormed
out of Broward lobby.
AT 11:15 p.m. that same night,
a long distant caller from Chief Chiefland
land Chiefland (30 miles from Gainesville)
asked to speak to one of the girls
in the hall. The male caller was
told that she was out for the
evening.
HE THEN asked if there were
three girls on the floor who would
like to go out with three sharp
guys who had plenty of drinks,
good music and a nice pad.
WELL, IT just happened that
three girls on the floor didn't
have dates Sally Broom, Judy
John, and Cathy Stackhouse. The
boys said they could drive over in
a half-hour.

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Thursday/ Feb. 18/ 1965, The Florida Alligator,

WHEN THEY arrived in Broward
Lobby they asked to buzz rooms
43 and 45. The attendant burst into
hysteria after a few seconds and
told the boys that there were no
such girls on groundfloor and
besides, rooms 43 and 45 were the
bathroom and broom closet. ..
WHY DID the girls of ground
floor do this? Because we are
tired of receiving calls from
strange boys who don't care about
getting acquainted with a girl
before making plans.
AND MORE important because
we are disgusted with these
nuisance callers who want last
minute dates. All future callers
of this nature will continually be
set up with Sally Broom ground
floor's most popular coed.
THE GIRLS ON GROUND
FLOOR, S. E. BROWARD
Ju
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Lojogno Raviola
ijHCj V.ol Pormigano
7** imMtttf Home ade
Italian Sausage
In Every Town Or City, You
Will Find One Good Italian
Restaurant
THIS IS IT!
Dial 372-4690
2120 Hawthorne Rd.
Near Drive-In Theatre

souls, like ray sell, who are being consumed
by It?
Lamentations!
WONT someone rescue us from this
abominable creature that preys on we unfor unfortunate
tunate unfortunate few. Oh, despair!
Lamentations!
RON WILLIAMS. 2UC

when are
65% and 35%
good marks?
when theyre
65% DACRON*
& 35% cotton
in Post-Grad
slacks by
h.Ls
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This is ths fabric combo
that makos music with
sleek good looks and wash washable
able washable durability. And Post-
Grads are the bona fide
authentics that trim you up
and taper you down. Tried Triedand-true
and-true Triedand-true tailored with belt
loops, traditional pockets,
neat cuffs.
Only $6.98
The Colon You Like .
Da Foot** Rf.7M Ur Ha FolpoaUr FlOor
B-L Men's Wear
The Store With More
Gainesville
Shoppinp Center
Use Your Charge
Open Til 9: P.M.

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, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, Feb. 18, 1965

GATOR CLASSIFIEDS
- 1 - i

For Sale
SMITH CORONA PORTABLE
TYPEWRITER Sterling Model.
Excellent condition. Call 376-0358
after 6 p.m. (A-95-st-c).
SET OF MAHOGANY Bunk beds.
Detachable. Mattresses like new.
Ideal if furnishing. S4O. Call Jon
372-8010. (A-97-lt-p).
ZENITH TV. 21, good condition,
S3O. CAP AND GOWN, very good
condition, $25. Phone 376-8042.
(A-97-3t-c).
2 STOVES (30 elect. & 30 gas),
sofa bed and chair $55.00, three
quarter bed $25, 4 dining room
chairs. Call 2-3734 after 5 p.m.
(A-97-lt-c).
FOR SALE OR RENT 56
All aluminum TRAILER HOME,
8x36, one bedroom, twin beds,
gas beat, large living room. On
lot. Owner will be at trailer from
10 till 4 on Sunday. Progress
Trailer Park, North on 441. Call
376-9864 or 372-3890^A-97,2t-c).
BEAUTIFUL RED WOOL Lilli Ann
Suit with detachable fox collar. Size
10. Also red silk chiffon short
formal size 9. COMPLETE set of
4 Famous Artist Course Books.
SIOO.OO. Call 2-0528 after 6. (A (A---96-3t-c).
--96-3t-c). (A---96-3t-c).
STEREOPHONIC TAPE RECORD RECORDER.
ER. RECORDER. Monophonic record player.
Call FR 6-1901 week days
9 p.m. (A-96-3t-p).
1964 HONDA-90 for sale. Only
used 7 months. Price $285. Call
Bob, 376-8157, apt. 104 Colonial
Manor Apartments. (A-96-3t-c).
1959 AIR CONDITIONED 2
bedroom bouse trailer. Built-in
washer, 10x20 cabana, large fenced
yard. Call 372-1868 after 5:30
p.m. weekdays. (A-94-10t-c).
Personal
BARBARA, Please forgive me.
We'll never go to Beta Woods
again. Please meet me at Gator
Gras, March 27. OTTO. (J-97-
[ nESfSB
LAST TIMES TONITE!
* FIRST AREA RUN
At 7:00
STH* 3 IOHY OF
THE IMMORTAL
HANK WILLIAMS
2*s*
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Autos
BELOW RETAIL 1960 VOLVO w/
newly rebuilt engine, clutch and
trans. w/ papersGood w.w. tires
and light green metallic paint.
Nothing wrong make an offer.
BUI Gilbert 2-9371. (G-97-lt-p).
MILK TRUCK, nationally famous,
attractive pink paint job, racing
stripe, 4 speed stick, carries 15
comfortably, never raced. S2OO.
376-8756. (G-97-2t-c).
1960 FORD GALAXY 2-door, V-8,
See at 215 NW 10th Ave. Phone
6-4582 from 8 till 6 p.m.(G-97-
6t-c).
*mmm i
*63 WHITE VW, radio, white walls,
tag, excellent condition; no
maintenance needed. $1395. Bank
will finance SI,OOO. Call Coach
Ellenson, Ext. 2131 home 6-9768.
(G-97-st-c).
NEED MONEY? So do I! 57
MGA Roadster, new top, seats,
paint, great engine with extras
wire wheels. $650. Call Steve
Brewer 2-7170 or see on ATO
lawn. (G-97-2t-c).
'6l AUSTIN HEALY SPRITE.
ExceUent condition. $1095. Easy
payments. See or caU Terry Moran
Rm. 1081 Hume Hall, 372-9460.
(G-97-3t-c).
1961 WHITE CORVAIR, radio, ww,
heater. S6OO. Call FR 2-2369.
(G-96-3t-c).
1955 PLYMOUTH BELVEDERE 2-
door hardtop. ReUable transpor transportation.
tation. transportation. $l5O. Phone FR 6-9998
after 6 p.m. (G-96-3t-c).
57 CHEVY 2-door Bel Air, sedan.
$250 caU 8-1330. (G-95-st-c).
1954 OLDS 2-door, good condition,
automatic, good tires, radio. CaU
372-6840 or 372-7961XG-95-3t-c).
ALFA ROMEO 1961 Help! the
bank has got me! The Alfa is
yours for only SI2OO. See at Florida
National Bank or call Bo Cook
372-9363. (G-94-ts-c).
62 MG MIDGET ROADSTER,
mechanicaUy perfect, good tires,
body and interior exceUent.slloo.
CaU 376-8883. (G-94-st-c).
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Wanted
ONE FEMALE ROOMMATE to
share modern furnished, air airconditioned,
conditioned, airconditioned, apartment; close to
campus. CaU 378-2239. (C-97-
2t-c).
WANTED TO RENT beginning Sept.
Ist., by visiting researcher, 3 or
4 bedroom bouse, unfurnished or
furnished. In Finley School area.
376-2570. (C-96-3t-c).
WANTED ONE FEMALE
Roommate to share modern spUt
level apartment, 3 blocks from
campus, immediate occupancy.
Phone 372-1219. (C-96-3t-c).

WE HAVE
8 Nice straight-back office chairs,
and typing table, Jr
3 Limed oak office chair, E
and study table to match, I 9 each
14 Secretary swivel chairs, 0n1y.... sls each I
ONLY AT KISERS < o you find such bargains I
* 604 N. Main St.
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For Rent
FEBRUARY FREE! Your private
room in 2-bedroom house wifo 2
other students. Move in nowpay
S4O per month starting March!
FR feloo2 anytime. (B-96-3t-c).

NEW, ONE- BEDROOM,
FURNISHED Apartment. Twin
beds, waU to waU carpet, air airconditioned,
conditioned, airconditioned, private entrance, and
patio. 217-A NW 3rd Ave. 6-3179
or FR 2-0565. (B-96-3t-c).
LARGE ROOMS IN FRIENDLY
Surroundings avaUable to male
students. Reasonable rates;
utilities and maid service included.
Convenient to campus and town.
See at 104 SW Bth Street of caU
372-0243. (B-82-tf-nc).
NEW, CENTRAL AIR-COND. and
heating, one bedroom, furnished i
apartment. $95 per month. 2014
NW 4th Street. CaU 372-5911 after
5 p.m. (B-93-st-c).
Help Wanted [
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DU PONT NEEDS MECHANICAL
ENGINEERS. If you wUI have a
BS or MS degree in Mechanical
Engineering this year, Du Pont
can offer you a rewarding career
in research, development, pro production,
duction, production, or sales. Discuss your
future with Du Pont's
representative, Mr. E. William
Bohn, on March 9-12. Make an
appointment at the placement office
today. E. I. DU PONT DE
MEMOURS & CO., INC. An equal
opportunity employer.(E-97-lt-c).
DEPENDABLE GIRL TO CARE
for 2 children, ages 6 & 7 from
2 to 6 p.m., M-W-F and seme
evenings. Own transportation. A
few light housekeeping tasks. 1720
NW 7th Place. Phone 2-3763. (E (E---95-3t-c).
--95-3t-c). (E---95-3t-c).

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LOST: SATURDAY NIGHT at SAET
Party two pairs prescription
glasses in Madras cases. Please
call Clandine Laabs at Rawlings
FR 2-3621. (L-96-3t-p).
Ike backs
LBJ policy in
S.Viet Nam
y
WASHINGTON (UPlKPresident
Johnson discussed the Vietnamese
situation yesterday with former
President Dwight D. Eisenhower
and afterward repeated his deter determination
mination determination that 44 we seek no wider
war** in Southeast Asia.
But he coupled this with the
declaration: 14 We must all under understand
stand understand we will persist in the de defense
fense defense of freedom and our con continuing
tinuing continuing actions will be those which
are justified and those made nec necessary
essary necessary by the continuing ag aggression
gression aggression of others.**
Johnson had said previously that
the United States sought no broad broadening
ening broadening of the war. This was when
the White House announced the
original U. S. aerial retaliation of
North Vietnamese targets for con continuing
tinuing continuing Communist Guerrilla
assaults.
The President made his state statement
ment statement on U. S. Vietnamese poli policy
cy policy in remarks added to a speech
he was making on economic poli policy
cy policy to the National Industrial Con Conference
ference Conference Board meeting here.
He was 15 minutes late to the
meeting because of his talks with
Eisenhower, whom Johnson des described
cribed described to his audience as 44 one of
the great leaders of our time.**
Eisenhower was in Washington
for a routlme medical check-up,
and was invited to the White House
by Hie President. Press Secretary
George E. Reedy, asked if Johnson
had sought Eisenhower's advice
on Viet Nam, replied: Yes, of
course.**
Johnson's meeting with the for former
mer former Republican chief Executive
came as the GOP congressional
leadership Issued a statement de declaring
claring declaring its support of Johnson's
Vietnamese policy.
GEA considering
integration in '66
ATLANTA(UPI)-Officials of the
Georgia Education Association
(GEA) have launched a move for
a vote in 1966 on whether to open
the all-white teacher organization
to Negroes, it was revealed yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday.
Executive secretary Frank
Hughes said about 100 top officials
made the move In secret at a meet meeting
ing meeting in Macon last Jan. 9. Be Because
cause Because it involves a constitutional
amendment 'it cannot be voted on
until next year.
Hughes said the move was
launched at the request of the
National Education .issooiatfloo,
parent organization of the Georgia
Education Association and also of
the Georgia Teachers and Educa Education
tion Education Association, an all-Negro
group.
The NEA voted at its annual
convention at Seattle last June
to make this request of its affil affiliates
iates affiliates in all states. Hughes said
that as a constitutional proposal
it must go through intricate GEA
machinery.
A



DANCE
Stu Bowers, local disc
jockey, will host a dance given
by the Florida Union Dance
Committee tomorrow 8 p.m. in
the Florida Union basement.
GERMAN
Hie German Conversation
Group will meet tonight 7:30
p.m. at the International Stu Student
dent Student Center. Professor John
Price will show slides
discuss his tour of Germany.
TOASTMASTERS
The University Toast Toastmasters
masters Toastmasters will meet today 11:45
a.m. at the Faculty Club.
ELECTION
All election officials who
havent turned in their social
security numbers at the
student body treasurers
office, Room 307 Florida
Union, must do so immediately
if they want to be paid.

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International House here

With the smoldering remains
of a burned house, Gainesville
resident Charles R. Marshall, his
family, and a group of UF inter international
national international students have created the
International House.*'
Marshall's renting residents in include
clude include three American boys, four
Israel blamed
for instability
Israel is one of the contribut contributing
ing contributing causes of political instability
in the Near East, stated Dr. Garoal
Sa'd, acting director of the Arab
Information Center in Washington,
D. C., Monday night.
Speaking at an International For Forum
um Forum presented by the Arab Club
Sa'd said no settlement of the
Israeli problem, based on the sta stains
ins stains quo with the aggressive nation
of Israel in its present expanded
bo undries,'' can be accepted by the
"Arab world.'*
Sa'd stated it is difficult to
believe that America really con considers
siders considers Israel one of her major
interests in the Near East.
Sa'd represents the League of
Arab States, who established the
Arab Information Centers in 1954
to represent the totality of Arab
states and peoples."

wampus news briefs

PI SIGMA ALPHA
The deadline for applying
for membership in Pi Sigma
Alpha, national political
science honorary, is
tomorrow. Application forms
are available at the political
science department office.
LIBERAL FORUM
The coordinating secretary
of the Free Speech Movement,
Marilyn Noble, will speak on
the Freedom of Speech and
the Academic Situation at
Berkely at the Liberal
Forum Sunday 7:30 p.m. in
the Florida Union Auditorium.
FELLOWSHIP
Is Christ Relevant
Today?** is the subject of the
Florida Christian Fellowship
meeting tomorrow 7 p.m. at
2042 NW 7th Lane. For trans transportation
portation transportation meet in front of the
Florida Union at 6:45 p.m.

Indian boys, one Persian boy, one
French boy, and one French girl.
The house received its nickname
from the UF. The Gainesville Sun
dubbed it the International
House" in its Thanksgiving Day
issue, and since then, the name has
stuck.
Along with his own wife and
children, Marshall refers to the
group as his one big happy
family."
Ten rooms in the two-story
white frame house are set aside
for roomers with a double bath
upstairs and a single bath down downstairs.
stairs. downstairs. Eight boys occupy the se second
cond second floor, an Indian boy has the
remodelled side porch on the first
floor, and the French girls stays
in another room also on the first
floor.
But the University Housing Of Office
fice Office has criticized the situation
because the one downstairs bath bathroom
room bathroom is used by those living on
the first floor, including the French
and Indian students.
In August, 1964, the Marshalls
bought the house on Ist Ave. from
Mrs. Julia M. Reber after it had
burned. Marshall said,We moved
in in September (1964) while the
cinders were still falling from
the ceiling, and sat on boards
around the living room. And the
students moved in with us.

FOOD SCIENCE
The Food Science Club will
meet tomorrow 7:30 p.m. in
Room 105 McCarty Hall.
PROPELLER CLUB
The international trade and
transportation group, the Pro Propeller
peller Propeller Club, wiU meet tonight
7:30 p.m. in Room 18 of
Matherly Hall. Dr. R.L.A.
Sterba will speak on Russian
Economics.* Field trip plans
to Jacksonville will be
discussed.
MALTESE CROSS
Jean E age Is on, KD,was
elected president of the Alpha
Tau Omega Little Sisters of
the Maltese Cross. Other new
officers are Barbara Latham,
ADPi, vice president; Cathie
Skinner, KD, secretary-trea secretary-treasurer
surer secretary-treasurer and Marie Applegate,
AXO, historian.

I put new screens in and scraped
the paint off the front porch
(in preparation for painting). We
are still working on the house.
The rent is S4O a month with
linenes furnished. But according
to Marshall no profit is made as
everything goes into remodelling
and payments for the house."
Chinese activity
affects India
-The impact of Chinese aggres aggression
sion aggression has brought Indian foreign
policy back to reality" said Y.K.
Malik, an instructor in the C-l
Department. Malik spoke at an
international forum presented
by the India Club Monday night.
India, until Chinese aggression
took place, was guided by moral
ethical, and philosophical princi principles
ples principles in the tradition of Mahatma
Gandhi, Malik said. This aggres aggression,
sion, aggression, he continued, has forced a
self-analysis of- foreign policy.
Dr. Ved Prakash traced the
history of the border dispute
between India and China. He pointed
out that Chinese aggression oc occured
cured occured over a number of years and
that before 1956 the border was
mutually agreed on, although never
technically ratified by the two
states after each gained indepen independeflbe.
deflbe. independeflbe.

Thursday, Feb, 18, 1965/ The Florida Alligator,

ART EXHIBITIONS
On display the entire month
of February will be art work
by Gabriel Kohn which is lo located
cated located in Bryan Lounge,
Florida Union, and supplied
by the Ringling Museum of
Art.
A collection of watercolors
by Jake Lee will be on display
in the Florida Union North
Wing Gallery. This collection
is supplied by the Ford Motor
Co.
FORESTRY CLUB
The Forestry Club will meet
tonight 7:30 p.m. in Room 2
of McCarty Hall.
MILITARY BALL
Freshmen and sophomore
ROTC cadets may buy tickets
to the Military Ball during
drill today and at every drill
until March 20. Cadets may
contact any of the Arm y Sweet Sweethearts
hearts Sweethearts or members of the Air
Force Angel Flight for tickets.

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, The Florida Alligator/ Thursday / February 18, 1965

Page 8

SPORTS

r Vandy tilt matches
top guards 9 -Sloan

Florida basketball coach Norm
Sloan admits the Gators last two
victories came over teams
nowhere near the class of
Vanderbilt but is not willing to
roll over and play dead Saturday
night.
Our mid-season slump is over
now and we will play good basket-
Relays may
invite A&M
Will Florida A&M be invited to
participate in the Florida Relays
this year?
Coaches Percy Beard and
Jimmie Carnes are not quite sure.
Beard, presently the assistant
director of athletics, said,
I imagine so, when asked if A&M
would get the invitation. However,
he said he felt A&M would
probably not accept it since they
have a track meet scheduled at
Tuskegee the same weekend.
Coach Beard was the founder
of the Florida Relays which were
first held April 1,1939. He stepped
down from his position as head
of the Relays this year and his
successor is Carnes.
The track meet is scheduled
this year for March 27 and will
be the 22nd annual event.
INTRAMURAL I
RESULTS I
Golf
Phi Kappa Tau defeated
Alpha Epsilon Pi, Forfeit
Sigma Nu 227
Phi Delta Theta 294
The Alligator will print
only those scores re reported
ported reported the day they are
played.

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Sloan. I know the odds are long
in Nashville, but really believe
Vanderbilt is going to be in for a
battle Saturday night.
Weve got to hit the boards
against Vanderbilt even stronger
than in the past two games in order
to have a chance, says Sloan.
Sloan believes Saturday nights
battle will also provide fans with
the opportunity of seeing the
leagues two best guards on the
same court.
Without question I think
Vanderbilts John Ed Miller and
our Brooks Henderson are the
finest pair of guards in the con conference,
ference, conference, iays Sloan. Both boys
are complete basketball players
who can score and also do some something
thing something else. In fact, they both can
do everything else on the court.
Boys like Miller and Henderson
are just as valuable when they are
scoring four or five points as when
they score 15 or 20. I am per personally
sonally personally looking forward to seeing
them compete against each other.
Independent tennis
seeks team members
Any independent mens student
group interested in entering a team
in Independent league tennis must
register with the Intramural De Department
partment Department in Room 229, Florida
Gym, before noon Monday, Feb.
22. A team must consist of at
least 4 men.
Any independent mens student
group who wish to enter a team in
Independent league softball must
register at the Intramural Office
before noon Friday, Feb. 26. A
team roust consist of at least 10
men.
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