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Vol.56No.67 University of FloridaGainesville MondayJanuary 6,1964




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9. TV Hootenany




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Florida Gymnasium is fast becoming a giant television studio todayas
preparations for the nationally televised "Hootenanny" shows on
campus get underway.
Engineers, technicians and directors began arriving from New York

Sunday to produce the show.
The 60 minute programs--one
Tuesday and the other Wednesdaywill

.. be taped for future tele-

Appear TodayThe vising by ABC. Televising of
the Tuesday show' has been set

television stars of Hooten- for Jan. 11 at 7:30 p.m. (EST)
over most ABC-TV stations. The
nany will appear 'along with the
mobile unit at the Plaza of Americas Wednesday show' goes over the net-
this morning between 9 work Feb 8.Galnebvllle.
and 11 a.m. to take pictures of area television
the university. viewers, however, will receive the
Jan. 7 show at 2:30 p.m. Sunday
Tickets for the two night shows afternoon, Jan. 19, and the Jan. 8
and for the two dress rehearsals show at the same hour 1 eb. 16.
s are available in the Information Well-known performers starring -
Booth across from the Student Ser
on the Tuesday night show include
y ys vice Center on the campus. Doors
Johnny Cash, Jo Mapes, Bob
'close for the evening performances Gibson, Leon Bibb, the Johnson
at 7:45 and at 4:45 p.m. for the Family the Coventry Singers and
afternoon rehearsals. comedian Adam Keefe.

Starring on the Wednesday night
show are Jimmie Rodgers, Josh
What's Inside White and Family, The Tarriers,

.:..-.:-___'>* .;:;."" Hoyt Axton, Joan Myers and
comedian Jackie Vernon.TV .
REGISTRATION CONFUSION The AlligatorThe personality Jack Llnkletter
will emcee the two show.
.!s shown oil the faces of little Stephen Williamson, left, class of 1983, and his 88th Congress opens todayIn Audiences for the two shows--

'-brother Doug, age 5, class of 80 as their mom, Mrs. Mary Margaret, 2UC, finish- Washington, Page 3Four some 5,500 for each evening performance -
white men were arrested at Auburn --will be admitted free of
es up in the gymnasium registration session Saturday. An unidentified coed seems University after the school's first charge by ticket only.

amused by the youngsters' plight. (Staff photo by Carolyn Johnston) Negro enrolled, Page 2... Welcome UF students will have admission
to Rome, Spartlcus, an edi- priority forth.performances
torial, Page 6... What happenedat because of the collegiate nature of
the UP over the holidays, Page the television show.
Off-Campus Housing ten... The Gator cage team Two dress rehearsals set for :5
plays Louisiana State in Baton to 6 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday
Rouge tonight, Page 12. will be open to the public.
--
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May Face CrackdownBy :



PHIL HEVENER meeting of the Gainesville City pacts commissioners to take two x
Staff Writer Commission. or three weeks reviewing the approximately
Commissioners are due to receive 30 page report
Some 5,000 ,UF students pre- at that time a proposed before any action is voted.
sently bo edlnoft-campusfacUI- housing code 'which has been in Arnold Butt, UF consulting
ties may have reason to tara:: the hands of the Gainesville Plan architect and chairman of the city
another look at the four walls Board since the summer of 1962. Plan Board said the proposed code
around them after tonight's 7:30 Mayor Byron Winn said he exr' Includes, in brief, the board's R
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MmfHvt i existing substandard housing In k"1 '

di c>>xaiSLI. I Gainesville.Butt added that the proposed '

housing code should not be
i The Florida Alligator dons Its "new look" today and brashly ffi +ar n
confused with the building code
:r' announces it plans to become the best college dally in the South.\
which applies to new housing
s,i\ We, the staff, firmly believe we can do it and have set out]
erected within Gainesville's
:.{ today to begin proving our point. l.ay ;i city '"
i limits.
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International f Student charges concerning sub- ,
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standard conditions of the
| many
<:.F the services of United Press International as much as possible,| ,
| buildings used by UF students
,y: and to introduce several additional new features. !;1
living off-campus have long been
;;1I i 'We dedicate ourselves to the principles of honest and sincere j 4
s hot topics of conversation on cam '
''A;.: Journalism for the coming trimester and promise to you, our|
: Winn and Butt indicated that
pus. .Will
of
;:; readers, the best Florida Alligator that is humanly possible.I'M.I action taken either tonight or in ;, appear part
I We hope our efforts are noticeable. j y future weeks could mean a drastic A' ., the Hootenanny television
W.W.L. J. show here this week.tfhe .
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MondayJanuary 6,1964
4 Auburn Students


For Picketers, A; JOURHb


Trial Date Still .Hot Set Arrested, SuspendedAUBURN

Ala. (UPI-Auburn patrol, announced he was preparing -
University suspended four white to withdraw most of the 100-

No trial date has yet been set In the case of 12 UF faculty members students yesterday for removing man force moved to the Auburn
and students arrested and charged with breach of the peace in Ocala: restriction signs which had been area Saturday.
last Dec. 7, while they walked picket lines protesting segregation In placed on the campus Saturday
that city. when a Negro student integratedthe Franklin, a 31-year-old graduate -
Austin Creel, UF professor of religion and faculty advisor for the school. student, was registered
Student Group for Equal Rights, said Sunday that since the 12 were arraigned The students were suspended Saturday. With the exception ofa
on Dec. 9, he has heard nothing regarding the case from Ocala pending a hearing today before the few catcalls from white students
authorities. disciplinary committee composedof during his enrollment, there were
"Presumably," he said, "the next step is for their city prosecutorto faculty and members and stu- no Incidents during the day and
set a trial date, but I have no idea at this time when that might be." dents. night.
Creel said he plans to contact the Ocala Prosecutor within the next Lingo said he would turn over b
few days. Francisco Rodriguez of Tampa has been obtained to defend security responsibilities on the
the group. School officials said the students big campus to the patrol head-
On Dec. 7, the picketers were yanked out of picket lines and held were arrested by State Troopersand quarters In nearby Opelika.
in jail for six hours before finally being released on $6,000 ball. According the announcement of their
to reports, Negroes walking in the same lines were not touched. suspension came as Col.Al Lingo, Informed sources said Franklinwho
head of the Alabama highway Is married and a graduate of
..-- Alabama College, a Negro schoolwas -
.... ,. '",.; living by himself on the third
floor of Magnolia dormitory In
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a school counselor's room whichIs
slightly larger than the regular
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Eddington, 4BA, reported -" '\jg
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( Members of the fraternity Gator Girl Shirley Dion, a
suggested It might have been
missing during the week of final 19-year old sophomore maj-
exams.
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Eddlngton said there was no
firing pin In the gun. oring in advertising. A WSA

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News For Students On The Go ,.

The execution at dawn for high
In contrast to the papal flags
GOP reported by the Bulgarian -
treason was
'Moving'WASHINGTON
the RECORD
that flew in Jordan beside BAR
Telegraph Agency (BTA),
(UPI) The kingdom's banners, there were no monitored here.Georgiev's .
chairman of the Senate Republican -. papal ensigns to be seen across 9 'V. Ave.
Christmas
post
Campaign Committee said the Israeli border.Jordlans,point
trial touched off a wild demon-
yesterday that GOP emphasis In ing this out, said the Israelis were"snubblng' %
stration by about 3,000 Bulgarianswho Q5 OFF
the fight for new Senate seats the Pope. smashed half the windows of
has moved from South to North
Sofia
Reds Nab NewsmanBERLIN the U.S. legation in downtown
with the accession of President
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WASHINGTON (UPI) -- The 88th Arab League nations for the con-
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Congress opens Its election year ference. The solid front Increasedthe
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Page 4 The Florida Alligator Monday,January 6, 1964 _


Says Carl Opp,



Problems Growing r



By PHIL HEVENER ville City Commission and Plan But, Opp said,-it isn't- only the

Staff Writer Boar is primarily concerned with student renter who sometimes
such items as proper plumbing and finds himself with a problem.
Carl Opp Is a man with a prob- wiring. "We have received complaints

lem on his hands. "On the other hand," he said, concerning students who leave
As director of the UF's off- their rent or have
without
paying
"any room rented to a student
campus housing division he is the should include such niceties as a done a lot of damage," he said.
individual entrusted with the Job' desk and a general atmosphere "We can't do much In these
of placing students In facilities conducive to studying." cases. We can't deny them their ru'I!
located through out the Gaines- grades or keep them from grad-
ville area. uating" he said.
These students, which Opp said HousingContinued Opp thought that this among
usually vary between 30 and 40 other aspects of the picture wouldbe
per cent of the total enrollmentare ( From Page }1) covered In the UF's proposedcode
also the ones who will be revision.
affected by Gainesville's proposed reduction in the room available All in all Opp left no doubt that
housing code, and the UF's revision for students off campus. the problem of finding appropriate
of its Butt said he the bill's
own code. hoped housing for UF students is not
Opp added that the UP code approval by the commission would one which this university must
revision is now in committee being Improve poor conditions evidentin bear alone. ;
molded into a workable revisionof certain areas of Gainesville. "The Hotel Commission has toldus
"ideas on the matter." Although the work order for (off-campus housing) they are
He made it plain that while he the formulation of a housing code very much concerned with the
looks on the city's proposed ordinance was originally handed to the plan problem of housing these students.
as an important basis for board during the summer of 1962,
lmpro\iig Gainesville's substandard Mayor Winn said civic opinion had Opp continued with the observation --
housing, "it will hardly toucha been pressing for such action long that there has been some
before that.Assuming. consideration to state-wide
good many considerations Important given .
in student housing." the commission recommends legislation which would require ",..".,-/ ? ',..- : """ -
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According to Opp, the Gaines- no changes in the codeas any rental unit to be Inspected I .
they receive it tonight, Winn and approved by the Flori-
said it will still have to be givento da Hotel and Restaurant Commis- SLOW AND EASY

City Attorney Osee Fagan for sion. Expensive TV lighting e-
HANG UPSPORTSWEAR drafting Into the form of an
ordinance. Could this be accomplished at quipment is unloaded froma
the next session of the legislature?
Neither Butt or Winn cared to special semi-trailer by
"The he said "this
only way, SilWNMJt
say how long they thought it mightbe
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can be done is for students aroundthe prepar-
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The technical
opinion that the UF has reasonto Gym. -
difficulty, and it's one in which SilwNMItJ
maintain strong Interest in the UF administrators are vitally con- crews arrived Sunday
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6,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 5


i Street Parking Eliminated 3




1. Eliminate all street parking on Fletcher Drive. .
2. Eliminate all street parking on Stadium Drive, between the intersection of Buckman Drive "
to the intersection of North South Drive.
New peripheal parking areas
3. Eliminate all
street parking on Radio Poad
beginning at the intersection of North
South Drive, extending west to the Hume Hall Cafeteria. are being prepared including

4. Eliminate all street parking on East West Drive from the Women's Gym, west to one near Fraternity Row.
North South Drive. O .

5. Eliminate all street parking on the east side of North South Drive beginning ;sat
the intersection of East West Drive north to University Avenue. if" 1
6. Eliminate parking on Union Drive east of Walker Hall to Murphree Q
Way. q
PARKING
7. Eliminate all street parking on North South Drive south from
Stadium Road to Radio Road. North-South Drive /

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KAREN HACK (2)) Nine points of traffic con- hind Hume Hall.Restricted the main campus. new pattern Is established.
Staff Writer gestion will be closed to street area is that &rrtfon Overall purpose of the plan Is Traffic flow In sovim existing
parking (see map). of the campus !bordered by 13th to "eliminate use of the campus parking lots has been reroutedby
UF police toaay will begin enforcement -
((3) Peripheral parking areas street to Inner Drive on the east; streets as a thoroughfare Dr. closing some of the exits and
of a new set of traf-
will be provided in three areas Inner Drive to Newell Drive on the Arnold W. Wlrtala, secretary of directing entrance and exits In the
fic designed to reduce
regulations for commuter traffic (see map). south; Newell Drive to Radio Road, the committee said. same direction.As .
automobile travel through the heartof
a second eastern border; Radio Prime concern is for the ped-
for visitors will
the ((4) Parking
campus.A
Road to North South Drive, a sec- estrian, with needless traffic
product of the Parking and be confined to a single area (see a temporary measutv, Stadium
ond southern border; North South deemed hazardous to those walk-
Traffic Committee,headed by Don- "map). Road from Murphree Way to
Drive to University Avenue on the Ing to and from classes. Needless
ald B. Wilcox, professor of industrial 13th Street will be closed early
With the new area decal system, west; and University Avenue to 13th traffic, Wirtala said, developedwhen
this month due to the
engineering, the new system heavy con-
cars with border zone, communityand Street on the north. students drive through the
that struction of the Architecture and
provedes
: campus resident decals will Residence halls in the north- campus to nearby city streets Instead -
Fine Arts complex in progress.
(1) Automobile travel and park- be eliminated from both travelingand west portion of the restrictedarea of going around.
Ing will be registered to decals parking in the restricted area have adjacent parking areas Control police on motorcycles
assigned to specific areas within and places them in peripheal park- which students living in those halls will be posted at all entrances to Assignment of the decals will
the main campus. ing lots, In area #6, #15, and be- will use without traveling through explain the procedures until the follow the present system, with
administration, faculty, staff and
medical exceptions ranking inprl-
ority.

STUDENTS & STAFF, WELCOME TO WELCOME STUDENTS OLD & NEW

Wirtala said no reduction student -

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essary with abut 12,000 cars expected -
to be registered. To reduce -

Table Lamp Specials $15,20,25 THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF prime some traffic of times the congestion of 8 a.m.at,

Acrilan Rugs $4.50, 6.50 noon and 5 p.m., staggered hours

2'x3' Cotton Rugs $4 for university non-academic departments -

Little Tables $6,8,10 POPULAR SONGS IN GAINESVILLE on a purely has voluntary been recommended basis.

Tulip Bar Glasses only 79$ each

Folk Art Tea Pots $2.50 Plans are in mind to developa

Heavy Palm Place Mats 40$; each bus transportation within the

Walnut Headboard & Frame $22.50 transportation campus andpossiblybrtnglnpubUc from Gainesville's

Foam Rubber Mattress & Box Springs $70 transit system.
RECORD

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To Rome, Sparticus

In every epic movie there's one scene that never falls to move us
to the threshold of tears. It's the one after the first day of one of
those marathon battles --when the combatants pull back carrying their
maimed and wounded and gather in the glow of the setting sun in orderto
bind up their wounds and men their broken armor. Inevitably, as
the thin clear bugle call greets the morning sun these same ragged, ap
beaten troops pick up their spears; march resolutely back into the
'LAST
fray and ultimately win the day for their beloved leader. of
Such is the scene on campus today!
From every avenue the combatants are returning to the fray. Left
by the wayside are the victims of last trimester's internecine strugglewith i '[RiMEy7EQ
finals: the victims of procrastination and the ones who must -
pause to earn a financial transfusion. Perhaps most tragic of all are
those few who struggled with all the resources at their command, and
because these were not enough --because long nights of study, burning
desire, and sheer will power were not enoughto overcome a basic
lack of ability In their particular field, muffed their last chance at
the golden ring.

To continue beating the analogy to death, I see that same look of
fierce determination on the faces of we,the lucky ones who come limping -
back on the crutches of our broken spears. Since few of us can open o0
our hands to display the captured goals of our last endeaver, most of
us are tinged with regret; and likewise, we are all confident that having
learned some bitter lessons from the past, THIS is our trimester to
really make good.
To this end we have included among our New Year's resolutions:
((1) to start attending class TODAY and continue guarding our perfect EDITOR'S DESKParking
attendence record as closely as we guard our virtue, (2) to faithfully
copy every assignment and make a yoeman's effort to complete each
one on time, ((3) to start cramming for finals at least 6 weeks aheadof Rules To ConfuseBy
time, and ((4)) to balance this academic cataclysm with a well rounded
social life....In our spare time.
It's our somewhat corny assertion that everyone charges into the
first week of classes waving the white banner of a four point average.nere's WALKER LUNDY anxiety 0 u ton the campus mittee believed it had only two
who will be to choices-.put tighter rules into effect
hoping that when you come gasping out,of the last week of finals EditorBy gendarmes trying
in April that your banner will still be Intact. tell you where to go, figuratively or limit car privileges to

To steal a line from Tennyson "Into the valley of death rode the the time you read this,thoseof speaking of course. They will seniors only.If .
14,750" -.. GOOD LUCK 14,750. you with automobiles will have be trying to help you understandthe
found that traffic new rules.In .
W.C.N. new regulationshave
that WAS the choice, we are
gone Into effect on campus speaking with Dr. Arnold W. glad they made the one they did...
On The Way Out?
and have taken favorite
your
Wirtala, secretary of the com- IF that was the only choice.In .
parking place away. mittee which drew up the new regulations the meantime, anybody want

we found that the com- to buy a bike?

s 4ry, We hope you found another place I I
k iS without missing too much of your

first we class.suggest Tomorrow the parking morningmay lot I Poison Pen Targets I I

behind Hume Hall or the one behind -
; d, -( 1 Rawlings Hall. Both are ,
not used completely.We Although The Alligator
welcomes letters almost LettersLetters
-ta on any ......... ...
subject, it has been our exper-
aren't quite sure whether the ience in the past that the favorite to the Editor will be
jS ..t"u.1" new rules are a good thing yet. targets of our writing readers printed as space permits,
Ar In fact, we're not quite sure WHAT have been the authors of columns according to their thought content
the new rules mean. This is that regularly appear on these and clarify of expression. Consideration -
being written Sunday night and we pages. In order to give you timeto will be given to the
are eagerly awaiting our first visit sharpen your wits and your number of letters received on one
to the campus in the morning to see pens, here is a preview of some subject and special attention will
what will happen.We of the journalistic hides you will be paid to fresh comments on

have a chance to tan each week. subjects previously not discussed.We .

I predict mass pandimonium. ask that letters be limitedto
We ask that not take
Ti' you your 250 words. They must be

I Editor Monday, AlligatorTuesdayHugh- Walker Lundy: signed legibly although we will
Shriver not use the name if the authorso
McArthur
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" Sidelights indicates.The .

Wednesday-Bob Mounts : editorial staff reserves the
I II _ Lauds UF
II II I I Honor Court Justice right to edit letters for reasonsof
I Thursday -Way n e Norfleet: space but will not change the
Dr. J. Wayne Reitz
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Friday -Guest ColumnistsSo meaning.
President of the Universityof
Act IV Scene IIIThe Florida A letter to the editor of the
Gainesville, Florida Alligator will assure your opinionor
age old drama of student housing conditions enters another dip your pens In hemlock, observation of campus-wide attention -
scene with some 5,000 UF students waiting In the wings. (See Story Dear Dr. Reitz: follow the easy directions printed more than any other
Page 1)). below and may the best man win. medium.

Two of the principle actors in this drama are in the process of I should like personally to thank
revamping their respective housing codes. The Gainesville City you and the entire faculty and
Planning Board Is submitting its proposals to the City Commission student body of the Universityof The Florida AlligatorEditor
tonight for consideration and action, and the Off-Campus Housing Florida for the magnificent
Dept. of the UF has several committees revamping Its code. reception recently given our Peace
Since the Off-Campus Housing Dept. lacks any substantial power of Corps recruiting team on your
enforcement, our main concern for the next few weeks will be the campus. ......... .. .. ......... ... .... ... ........ .....Walker Lundy
effect of any new ordinances the City Commission may pass as a The proclamation of Peace Managing Editor .... ............ ... ..... ........... ..Bill Fuller
result of its present study. Corps Week at the University of Editorial .Editor ..... .......... ....... ...........Wayne Norfleet
While it is tempting to laud any effort to improve some of the Florida was Indeed gratifying and Sports Editor .. ................ ....... ....?.?.Dave Berkowitz
miserable conditions existing off campus, The Alligator believes any we are most appreciative of your Campus Editor .. ..... .......... .. ...... ... ....... John Askins
such effort should be conducted only after a careful evaluation of the participation In making this a truly Wire Editor .. ...... ... ....... ........... ....... .. .. .Bob Thom
costs it will impose on the rent.paying students. Many of the consider- significant milestone in university Feature Editor .... .... ....... ........ .. .......Cynthia Tunstall
ations will have to be based on value judgements, such as whether or response to our program. It is Campus Living Editor.................!....... ..judy Lynn Prince
not a student should be forced out of "sub standard" and into higher not only expressive of the Inter- Editorial
Assistants..Ernie Litz John Hancock James DeMaio,
priced housing which he can afford only by dropping out of school. national awareness of the student Gail Sobering, Glenn Laney. ,
' However, some of the issues will be strictly economic, as they inevitablyare body, but also highly com- Reporters..Mike
Power, Karen Hack Blanchird Douglas
when any government crosses swords with the laws of supply mendatory of the guidance Molitor Donita Peggy ,
Mathison, Sally Stock, Kathie Martin, Carol Nobis,
them
and demand. obviously given on behalf of Ann
Since these dollar and cents Issues have such a direct bearing on a the teaching staff. Hevener Carter, Joe Kollin, Stan Kulp, Pam Pulley, Jim Castello, Phil

large portion of the student body, It Is our intention to make a careful Again, I thank you for your Robinson,,Agnes Bob DeLoach Fowles, Ronald Meserve, Arthur Weitzner, Grover
Fran Snider
evaluation of each scene as the drama unfolds. Thus, the student many considerations and trust we Fred Lane. _
may at least be fore-warned if the curtain is about to be drawn across shall have your continued support. THE FLORIDA
AL.UUATOK is the official student newspaper of the
his homestead.In .
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the meantime, for some 5,000 UF students -be It ever substandard, Sincerely, the months of weekly except
May, June and .
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Goldwater For Renouncing Test San j,

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WASHINGTON (UPn-Sen.Harry no advantage to us." a bargaining tool. be running the risks of war. of war."
Goldwater said Sunday night that "The treaty has wouldbe
had
more accrual He admitted such a move
Goldwater his first
If elected president tie would favor of good to the Soviets than. up to the UJS. Senate, but he "If we told the Cubans to get statements, making In
public Washington
renouncing the nuclear test ban to thu United States/' Goldwater said he felt Soviet Premier Nikita rid of Soviet arms, for instance," on
after
announcing his candidacy
treaty with Russia "if It appearedto said. He made the remarks on Khrushchev "would do a lot thingsto he said, "I'm convinced that Rus- Friday In Arizona,also denied that
be to our advantage" to test a television panel show "Meet the keep from having us do that." sia not only couldn't but wouldn'tcome his political compass is shifting
in the atmosphere. Press". to the support of Cuba. I
The Arizona Republican,the second Goldwater said he was not con- "It would be worthwhile to explore wouldn't be concerned about that. from right to center.
announced candidate for the vinced there will be any easingof what he might accomplish," "A few minor changes,perhaps,
Republican presidential nomina- the cold war during the year he said. "There's risk in all of these but nothing of substantial
tion, said he still believes the ahead. Goldwater denied that this stand things," he said. "If we go on nature," he said "Some of the
nuclear test ban treaty negotiatedby He also said he would favor a would indicate he was closing the the assumption we can accomplish writers are beginning to under-
the administration of the late threat to withdraw diplomatic recognition door on any kind of negotiations things without taking risks then, stand conservatism and find them
President John F. Kennedy "Is of : from the Soviet Union as with the Soviet Union or would In my opinion, we run more risk selves in agreement with It."

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ENDSHENDERSON'SMILL becomes a
time. Beginning second trimester. Editor is Barbara Lynn
STORE, U. S. Hwy. 19, man of nature.
Office, steno experience neces- a Kappa Alpha Theta. She
Crystal River, Fla.--Only 1 hr. like a poem with
sary. Working days Tuesday and as president and -
Thursday. Call Hillel Foundation, 15 min. from Univ.Literally TONS of Jennings Hall in her and breath
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BRICS. See the lovely colors beautiful makes
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PAID POSITION open for Salesmen OF FINE QUALITIES. Many deepest de-
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ext 2832 for appointment. (E67.U..p carpet ends are beautiful and about a freshman and member is killed in the
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bedspreads one third off. Tel. Smith and Joyce Denis that a part
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'APARTMENT furnished air-con home. 1-1/2 miles west of Fields format and content this year.She to be one con-
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going to college next summer, The 75 jurists will spend enough.
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Clark is tremendously pleased. of State Trial Judges," rarely as works
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h Jnr1l'"Uls I. S eI1le Africans 'fmpafienf

by REID POOLE head of UF.music department
On Racial Question

UNITED NATIONS (UPO--The nations want Portugal to grant Its
| some twenty-five concerts and for the remaining four attractionsin bine in a concert on Tuesday, African bloc may finally lose African territories Angola,Mozambique -
pcitals are scheduled for pres en- Room 108 of the Music Build- March 3. Violist Robert Schieber patience with Portugal and South and Portugese Guineathe --
tion on campus during the Winter ing.Season will be assisted by Willard Braskat Africa in 1964 on the racial ques- right to Immediate self determination -
rimester, Including L y c e u m tickets for the four pro- the piano in a chamber music tion.Threats which in the African
louncll presentations, faculty grams are still available at a concert on Thursday, March 19. by the Africans to expel context means the right to rule
and concerts presented of 25 these two countries from the themselves. They also want South
[>ncerts, saving per cent, and will be
student organizations. on sale at the Information Booth BEETHOVEN NINTH United Nations during 1963 floundered Aftica to end Its apartheid policy
LYCEUM COUNCIL across from the Hub during the The climax of the Winter Tri- when the Western powers and give Negroes equal rights with
I Four regular Lyceum Council week of January 13. A 50 per cent mester concert offerings will bea made 'it clear they were not In whites, politically and socially.The .
[esentations include the Chicago discount is available to faculty. presentation of Beethoven's Ninth sympathy. But the Africans have
of 50 with served notice they will not con- Africans warn I that unless
era Ballet, a company In Florida
Symphony Gymnasiumon tinue on a moderate course in 1964 both nations show signs of wantingto
chestra, on February 13. Wed- SPECIAL EXTRA ATTRACTION Sunday, April 5, at 3 p.m.,
reach amicable settlement,
unless the two nations mend their an
sday, February 19, the eminentd Carlos Montoya, world famous when Edward Troupin conducts the will be called
sterner measures
much-beloved American vio- quitarist, will be presented by the University Symphony Orchestra, ways. .
the 34 African for.CASH
Sneclflcally
nist Szymon Goldberg, replacesiathan Lyceum Council in two per- Choral Union, and the University
Milstein, who was orginly formances Saturday, January 18, Choir.
scheduled for a concert on that In University Auditorium. Matineeis The first University Symphony
tel at 2 p.m. and the evening. per- concert of the winter season will
I On Saturday,March 7,The Gregg formance at 8:15. All seatsj&re be on Wednesday, February 12, .
ith Singers, acclaimed in reserved and cost $1.5(5.() Seats will again with Mr. Troupin conduct-
urope and America for their ex- go on sale at the Information Booth ing.
llent performance, return to the across from the Hub the week of
ampus for the second successive January 13. CHORAL CONCERTSGuy
ason. FACULTY CONCERTS B. Webb conducts the Marion FinanceFR
Concluding the regular Lyceumason University of Florida faculty combined Men's and Women's Glee
The Pittsburgh Symphony artists to be heard during the Win- Clubs In a concert presentationon
[rchestra, conducted by one of ter Trimester Include Edward Tuesday, March 24. The Uni-
merica's outstanding maestros, Troupin, violin, and Carolyn versity Choir will be heardunderthe 6-5333 Loans to $600 222 W. Univ._ Ave.
fllliam Steinberg, will be heard Tkoupin, piano, on Tuesday, Jan- direction of Dr. Elwuod Keis- up .
i Tuesday, March 10. uary 14; Jerry Neil Smith, clar- ter on Tuesday, March 31.
]All four of these Lyceum Coun- inet, and Samuel Teeters, piano,
II productions are slated for the on Wednesday, January 22;and Guy HAND CONCERTSThe
(nlversity Auditorium and begin B. Webb, bass baritone, with Rus- annual formal concert by
8:15 p.m. For the Lyceum Coun- sell Danburg at the piano,on Tues- the University Symphonic Band win
|l attractions, all seats are re- day, January 28. Mr. Webb will be presented under the batonof
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While You Were Away



SALE TIMEMEN UF Gets GrantThe into a finished canvas. Williams Is Mautz Gets Post
an assistant professor of art.
University of Florida has
accepted a $200,000 grant from the Robert B. Mautz, has been
National Science Foundation for Proctor Elected elected vice-president of the
use in improving the subject matter Southern Conference of Academic
competence of instructors in junior Professor of Political ScienceDr. Vice-Presidents and Deans of Fa-
colleges and High Schools.A culties. Election came at a meetingof
Sport Coats Blazers Sweaters Samuel Proctor has been
members from the 11-state
separate grant totalling or-
named editor of the Florida His-
$145,600 was awarded to continuethe will ganization..
torical Quarterly. Dr.Proctor
Shirts Winter Jackets Academic Year Institutein
serve a three-year term.
Earth Science,which was started Revisions OK'dThe
last year.
Convoy Coats Center ProposedThe UF's Faculty Senate has

issued its approval of revisions for
Saville
AppointedDr. establishment of an Inter-
:' the College of Engineering. The
COEDSSlacks national marketing resource cen-
Thorndike Saville has been ter has been proposed by Dr. MJS. changes aimed at meeting the
appointed to a six year term as Heidlnsfleld. The center would be increasing demands of modern engineering -
Sweaters Dresses a member of the U.s. Coastal centered in the UF's College of will go Into effect in
Engineering Research Board. Sa- Business Administration. September.
ville has been the principal investigator -
Suits Skirts on a research projectin
sanitary engineering at the UF. 9 Chairmanships
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Professor Hiram Wlllalms of the
UF is the author of book recently
released by Prentice-Hall, Inc. of nine student The committees -- public relations -
The book, "Notes For a Young activity committees will be a- dances,films,international -
1227 West Painter" shows how an artist warded this month by the Florida forums, special projects, fine
University tranforms his ideas and feelings Union Poard for Student Activities. arts, recreations, and hostess --

provide these services:
I :" I j4 .,.,yr", Public relations -- Informs the
: '. student body and area residentsof

iM '" f? upcoming Florida Unionspon
?\wMd atRav 1 ? t'F. rc L sn xot E
id:+' :
'. h sored activities; produces the
3' "Florida Union Speaks" radio pro-

gram on WRUF.
Dance -- sponsors the weekly
"Club Rendezvous" dance in the
Florida Union basement.
Films -- selects Florida Union
films.
International -- will sponsor International -
socials and three
dinners for the term, plus a pro-
gram of three lectures by world
travelers on East Germany, Rus-
sia, and Central Asia, with films.
J Forums -- arranges'lecturesbynoted
figures.Sample scheduling in
the near future: Dr. Paul Popenoe
I/ speaking on "WhatIs Love?",Am-
:
,, $ bassador Tram Van Chong on
"What Next for Viet Nam?", and
Sen. George Smathers.
Special projects _e. currently
working on a professorexchangespeaking
program among all South-
ern universities.Fine .
Arts -- next projects are
lecture Spanish guitar music anda
ragtime pianist presenting"Ragtime -
V Revisited."
Recreation -- now planning bus
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combines the prime entials of great automobiles The sale, going on today through
performance, reliahility.durabililyi t ,comfort and safety. Wednesday in the Social Room of
Something, Homlcrftil''' happened to Ford Motor the Florida Union, 2:30 p.m. to
Total performance makes a world of difference. Bodies
Company cars' t'nder the (freshest: staling seen in 5:30 p.m., has had good response,
years, there's a new kind of durability and >'igor that and frames are solid and quiet even on the roughest according to Chairman Fred Lane.
roads. The ride's so !smooth so ev'en-keeled, it seems "If people bring in their books
than the demands
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form a m't'. Quality engineering so outstanding that performance is yours to enjoy( in all our 1961 cars-from students non-profit can usually organization buy and sell

Ford Motor Company received NASGMI l .fllieH'the frisky Falcon to the matchless Lincoln Continental. more profitably because there is

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SPORTS In! SEC Games SaturdayATLANTA -


: (UPI) That "big" 83-77 and Louisiana Both are now 101.. Other games
game scheduled between the top- State beat Georgia 81-63. have Alabama at Mississippi State,
ranked Kentucky Wildcats and the Georgia Tech, now 6-3 for the Auburn at Mississippi, Florida at
r; Monday January 61964Kingpins Page 1 11 : 6th-ranked Vanderbilt Com- season, is the only SEC team Louisiana State, Georgia at
.. .. : modores for Monday night sort of which will be Idle Monday night. Tulane, and Tennessee host to
,, ."'",'' :;;..>' '' "" ', :!" A '''x. \' .' '<. :',' 48 hours earlier The top on the card will Phillips 66 in the only non-league
' ."' '.' <. ,' .< """",''''' ""'" !t% /i, :$, ,, 'h. '' ..<'., '''' :4.%M'" < >>.,'>.> came a cropper game
when both suffered their first defeats be at Nashville,Tenn.,where Vanderbilt contest.
of the season in Saturday will be host to Kentucky. ..
Fall night upsets.
The unpredictable Georgia Tech 1963
Grid
Grades
Yellow Jackets, a team which
seems to have a hex on Kentucky, TOP STARSIN
Over WeekendBy
beat the Wildcats 76-67 while Turn UpwardMississippi
Tennessee, everyones choice fora COLLEGE
JOE GERGENUPI tucky's Cotton Nash. Tech now has Southeastern Conference dark- Gator footoaol fortunes too upward -
Sports WriterIt beaten the Wildcats three straight horse role,edged the Commodores grade wise In 1963 as the
times and six & PRO SPORTSWho
captured of the last 57-55. UF varsity posted a 2.28 average,
was an upsetting weekend in nine games between the two. The Yellow Jackets harassed suffering no academic casualties.
the Southeastern conference If you Michigan and defending cham- Cotton Nash, the SEC scoring John Whatley paced the team are the athletes who ac ...
happened to be a nationally-ranked pion Ohio State led a parade of leader, throughout the game. Nash scholarship with a perfect 4.0 complished the most In the ,
basketball team with aspirations favorites through their Big Ten 'scored 20 points but hit on only average, his second straight at the world of sports during 1953?
for the league championship.Such openers Saturday. Cazzie Russell six of 16 field goal attempts before UF. He Is averaging 3.92 for his Performers Meet Sport of Magazine 1963" -I "Top with
was the fate of Kentucky, 23 and Bill Buntin 22 paced four- fouling out late In the contest. four trimesters while enrolled ina special coverage on their
the top team In the land, and six- th-ranked Michigan to an 85-73 Ted Deeken, Kentucky's No. 2 pre-law course. greatest moments! Plus -
th-ranked Vanderbullt both of victory over stubborn Northwestern scorer, had 15 points at halftimebut Grade average for the Blue team, .
whom failed to clear the first and All-America center Gary only three more the rest of which started against FSU, was SANDY KOUFAX-
hurdle in th. SEC race which open Bradds poured In 32 points as the the game.A. 2.30. The second team posted an MAN OF THE YEAR
ed Saturday. Buckeyes blasted Wisconsin 101-' W. Davis, Tennessee's average of 2.51 and the average
Georgia Tech, a team which 85. 6-foot-7 junior, hit two foul shots of all the upper classmen was 2.23. YOGI BERRA'S
blows hot and cold, burned Ken- Fifth-ranked Cincinnati, the defending with only 15 seconds remainingto Fifty-two grldders posted better BURDENSport
tucky 76-67 at Atlanta for the Wild Missouri Valley champion, enable the vols to snap Van- than a 2.0 average.
cats, first defeat In 11 games. wandered outside the conferenceand derbilt's two-season win streak at The top freshman grldder was magazine keeps you
Meanwhile, Tennessee topped was ambushed by OregonState 15 games-longest current major full back Bill McBride of Lees- apace of all events on the college
towering Vanderbilt In the final 8261. The eighth-ranked Beavers, string in the nation. burg who made a 3.66 In the Uni- and pro sports scene.
seconds 57-55, to extend the Volunteers' victimized by Clncy Friday night, Clyde Lee, Vandy's 6-foot-9 versity College. You'll enjoy expert coverage,
win streak to seven and proceeded to hand the Bearcats sophomore was high scorer In Top gridders at each position files sharp and analysis action.,packed in-depth photos pro-
halt the Commodores' skein at 15. their worst defeat In six years as the game with 25 points while the Gator varsity football team are: Read
7-foot center Mel Counts pouredIn Danny Shultz and Davis had 23
Undefeated UCLA now the heir 38 points. and 20 respectively for Tennessee.In End -- Lynn Mathews 2.46 February
apparent for the No. 1 berth in Undefeated Davidson No.7 overcame other games on the first full Tackle -- John Whatley 4.00 SPORT
the UPI ratings posted its 11th Its biggest obstacle on the night of intr a-conference play, Guard -- Jack Thompson 3.37
straight victory of the season by road to the Southern Conferencetitle Auburn edged Mississippi StateIn Center -- Roger Pettee 3.09 Favorite magazine of
smothering Washington State 121- by disposing of West Vir- overtime 64-63, Florida handed Q'back -- Tom Shannon 2.66 store and the sports minded I
77. ginia, the perennial champions,93- winless Tulane Its 10th straight Halfback -- Hagood Clarke 3.50
Kentucky was victimized by 82. loss 86-79, Alabama beat Fullback -- Larry Dupree 2.70 NOW ON SALE!
Tech's R. D. Craddock, a 5-foot In other games, third-ranked
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BATON ROUGE, LA. (Special) urday in New Orleans.In Richard Peek shot for 15 and Tom Shoup's 23 point barageleadingtheway Tomllnson and Henderson lead
--Florida's "fighting Gator''Bas Saturday's: encounter the UP Baxley scored 12. roared back and cut the lead Florida scoring statistics averaging -
ketball team meets LoulslanaState roared from behind In the second Behind 40-35 at the end of the down to tWb points on several occasions 21 points a game.

University tonight in Its second half and then put down a late Tu- first half, the UP cagers blastedthe but Gator scorers kept the Thursday the Gators return to
Southeastern Conference game of lane rally tor a 86-79 win. nets for 25 quick points In the UF ahead and widened the lead as Gainesville for return match with
the 1964 season. All the UP scoring came from first six minutes of the second the game.ended. Miami. The Hurricanes poundedthe

The Orange and Blue,now sport the five starters as Brooks Hen half and pulled to a 10 point lead, Although Fleridapounded Tulane UF at Miami Beach in Dec-

Ing a 5-2 record, look for their derson and Dick Tomlinson paced 58-48, and the game appeared on 109-74 last year In Gainesville the ember, 9579.
second SEC win against no losses. the Gators with 21' points each. Gators hadn't won a game from Tu- Tonights's UF-LSU game can bebe'ard
ice.The
The Gators downed Tulane Sat- Mont Highley hit the buckets for 17* Greenies, with Denny lane In New Orleans since 1956. over WRUF 890 on the radio
dial at 9 p.m.BROOKS.
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.1 -. Everyone's Making,




Resolutions For '64A



new year dawns on the campus. of the University of Florida, a i
new trimester and a new season full of sports.

Every new year begins with an outpouring of resolutions. Takinga
look at 1963 and what happened during that year and what shapes up
for 1964 we figure that we'd make a guess at what people are resolvingto
do or not do in 1964.NCAAResolved .
to get as close to unlimited substitution In footballas HENDERSON
possible without letting people think they're giving in to coaching
demands.
SPORT ILLUSTRATED-Resolved to run more how-to-do-it articles.
'SATURDAY EVENING POST--Resolved to let Sports Illustrated
write about sports. Cagers Give

NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE --Resolved not to have playoff
with the American Football League.
iJANUARY ORANGE LEAGUE--Resolved not to have a playoff with the Blue
League. Sloan First

UP BASKETBALL TEAM-Resolved to win their share of road

games this year.
UP FOOTBALL TEAM--Resolved to play 100-yard football in 1964. GB CrownThe
BOBBY DODD--Resolved not to play Florida in Gainesville.
FLORIDA LEGISLATURE Resolved not to give FSU needed money

for stadium additions so they can play the game in Jacksonville.FSU .
Ufr basketDall team gave
FOOTBALL TEAM--Resolved to beat Florida in 1964
head coach Norm Sloan a belated
UP SWIMMING TEAM--Resolved to crash the nation's Top 10
Christmas present in the form of
this year. a Gator Bowl Basketball Tour-
NORTH CAROLINA SWIM TEAM--Resolved not to Jump the gun
.' nament Championship, his first
CLEARANCE SALE against Florida. since coming to the UP.
UP CHEERLEADERS--Resolved to let everyone have a chance at
The title was earned by a pairof
the blue".
being "big
wins, the first over Manhatten,
OUTSTANDING SAVINGS EVENTMen's FANS WHO CARE --Resolved to launch a satellite with neon lights
100-75, and the second over the
that read "Beat 'Bama, It shall be done".
Air Force Academy 74-68. The
SUNSHINE PATRIOTS--Resolved to do away with what ails the
Gators got scoring boosts from
Clothing
"fumbling football team".
Brooks Henderson, Mont Highley
'
and Dick Tomllnson.
We Resolve In the opener the Gators helda
20 OFFBig slim 3-point margin at halftimeover

Alligator Sports also made some resolutions that we nope to keep. Manhatten, but with a 61

Selection Stock It's often hard to keep the promises one makes, but we intend to do points barage in the second lead
From Regular
Henderson
our best to keep them. by and Tomlinson (24
points each) the Gators bit the
1. Provide more on-campus coverage, especially intramurals and
sports clubs. century mark.

2 Provide varsity coverage home and away. The final game against Air
MEN'S 3. Provide latest continued of basket Force saw the Gators dominatethe
SUITS news, including coverage night
ball games the very next day when it's news not history. Falcons, but missed shots
4. Provide more interpretive sports coverage to let you see whats kept the UP from breaking the
on the inside. game open.
5. Provide more for the ladies. Tomllnson scored a total of 46

SPORTCOATSTOPCOATS 6. Give UP students the best collegiate sports section in the Southeast.We points in the two game affair and

can't promise these things for sure, but we do promise to do Henderson scored 41.
our best to make them possible.rica Florida State lost the opener
the the Air Force 78-53 and de-:
feated Manhatten the consolationgame
; ; 85-81.




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The Florida Vol.1,o No.---p Alihgator I iit, New Parking Rules Debut See Story, Campus Map On Page 5 '3 P TV Hootencuny Being Readied Florida Gymnasium is fast becoming a giant television studio today as preparations for the nationally teIevlsed liootenaniiy" shows on campus get underway. Engineers, technicians and directors began arriving from New York CONFUSION .shown on the faces of little Stephen Williamson, left, class of t983, and his brother Doug, age 5, class of 'Booas their morm, Mrs. Mary Margaret, 2UC, finishes up in the gymnasium registration session Saturday .An unidentified coed seems umused by the youngsters' plight. (Staff photo by Carolyn Johnston) Housng * A ppe ar To d ay The television stars of Hfootennany will appear along with the mobile unit at the Plaza of AamdIIarics toS take pictures of the university. Tickets for the two night shows and for the two dress rehearsal. are available In the Information Booth across from the Stndent~ervice Center on the campus, Dloors close for the evening performances at 7:45 and at 4:45 p.m. for the afternooft rehearsals'. lh Alligato The 8Sth~ Congress open. today in Washington, Pug. 3 h. Four white men wire ar rested at Auhbarn University after the school's first Negro enrolled, Page 2. Welcome to Rome, Spartiel., an edttornal, Page 6. flat happened at the UF over th, holidays, Page ten .The Gator cage team plays Louisiana Stat. In Baton Rouge tonight, Page 12. Sunday to produce the show. The 60 mInute programs--on. Tuesday and the other Wednesday --will be taped for future tel.v'si"g by ABCTelevisi"g of the Tuesday show has been s.t for Jan. 31 at 7:30 p.m. (EST) over most ABC-TV stations. The Wednesday show go. overthenetGainetv lle are a televluion viewers, hMnver, will receiveth. Jan. 7 show at 2:30 p.m. Sunday afternoon, Jan. IS, and the Jan. S show at the same hour Feb. lB. Well-known performers starring on the Tuesday nIgtt show include Johnny Cash, Jo Map., Bob Gibson, Leson BIbb, the Johnson Family, the Coventry Singers and comedian Adam K.!. Starring on the Wednesday night show are Jimmie Rodgers, Josh White and Family, The Tarriers, Hoyt Aflon, Joan Myers, and comedian Jackie Vernwn. TV personality Jack Linkletter will emcee the two show. Audiences for th. two show.-sOme 5,500 for .ch evening performance --wi be admitted tree of charge by ticket only. I)! students will haye.dmission priority forth, night pertormuice. because of the collegiate ature of the television show. Two dress rehearsal. set blr S to 6 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday will be open to th, public. ay Face Crackdown By PHIL. HEVENER ineetilig of the GSII*SVWCl City pect. wmnilssioners to take two Stuff Write. Commission, or three weeks reviewing the qpCommi.SiOflerS are due to toprOximately 30 -page r epor t Son,. 5,000 UF students preceive at that time a proposed before any action ii voted. satly hom. dlnofl-canmpus facilibousirg code which has been in Arwold B u U, UF consulting ties may h ave reason to trl a the hands of the Gainesville Plan architect anid chairman of the. city another lock at the tour walls Board since the summer of 1982. Plan Bcard said tiheproposed cods around them after tonIght's 7:30 Mayor Byron Winn said he oxincludes, in brief, the board's recominerdations for improving e alt o ria existing substandard housing in SGaiSdmed that the proposed The Florid. Alligator dons It. 'new lo"today ndbrashly ~h usz code shul not b 1 REG IST~RA T ION OttfCamu 4 I4, a t .m in

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Auburn Students For Picketers Tria aNgj tI a ih yhd iah( chii, 5dth Not br It of Set the pL s" (I ',j I,4s1 I10 1, wljil. they w tikht pirkit lilies piotetting ,egreetIon U: that cily, AusIiri (rewl, I [I pirOfPssOI Or I liglon ndfa thy iadVis,) fir the Student Group, fur Equal Rights, sui! ISuiu*y thit smnce th' 2 were .ralgnid on LD< .he ha., hard nothing .egai'icg hit ( ise Iron, Pgg author ittes. "PIresumahly,'' he sdid, 'thm inxt stej) is for their dty prosecuitoct, set atrial date, but I h ave no idea it this ti me when tliat might In." Sreel sai he plaits to ,:ontact the Ocala Prosecutor within the next few 'hys. F rmnhisco Bodriguez of Tampa has tx'rn obtalnerI to deferti thi group. On Pec. '7. the picketers wer' yanked out of picket ines anid held in )ail for six ho,,rs before finally being released on $6,000 bail. AccordIng to reports, Nerroes w.,lkig in the same lines were nnt fn'mrhed. Arrested 'isr it!Iuicg iio it
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\4~Em tar V tun! (inl Ijhu GOP Moving RECORD BAR 'In. wild the ,implijis was til I I ts Nov. 22. ,f I'residenit OW, be stidt, the, emphasis has moved to such states as Michigan, Mi nsot a, WasconsIn, Maine and New Jersey. Congress Opens WASHINGTON (liii) -The 88th Congress opens its election year session Tuesday with President Johnson pushing for enactment of the administration's civil rights and tax cut bills, plus a program of medical care for the aged. While these are the big Senate Democratic three, l eader Mike Mansfield, Mont., said he also expected the President to put the LBS stanip on some other new proposals. He listed poverty" islation, "pockets of and foreign policy legas well as possible changes in foreign aid. Mansfield also warned his congressional colleagues, still puffing from the last session's long haul. that they may be in for another l2-mnonthsgo-round LI they don't move faster orchangeSenate rules and procedures. of quality quality br Each item do not have I>y what yoU natural ands of natural is from all sizes in wont at ;mportcnt Regular, Reg One grot Reg Reg Reds Nab N clothing. .Just twice a year we offer our shio ulder clothing at substantial reductions. rchase We find exactsavings. short, long, extra 65.00 -95.00 p of suits now 1/2 35.00 -65.00 12.95 ewsman Ilt Ltl m ll bMlItt, testeeL Brodastilg ( 0. yesterday aftir linet s waiting to oss thitngl the arnt -refugee will Cohn Trickett, a F~r1tisIi still hours and that his lii for 2-1,2 tiscited. Hitit with hint was I gupta Schisler, 26, 216 RtssellSt., Minneapolis, Mimi., a I eporter for Bth wee rel e aftel the rulm was taken. Until yesterday, th Connewsmen relative freedom during the Christmas visits. U.S. tgy' Shot VIENNA Bulgarian (UP!) A Communist firing MIu8(d yesterday executed lvan-AssenGeorgiev~the amorous diplomat convicted at a spicy show trial of financing his love life with $200,000 he allegedly received States. as a spy for the United I di ~, ong price itclpttdi thp, NOW 25.00 -49.50 -22.50 N0W 9.95 -18.50 I -NiuiIi I X i, ~immTia ti odlIenit ulo 'itgntd t' !hw It old ii, I Acr II I &agtt' latli' tot the tiltfererite. ft .ollId froilt ilt r,.*se1 the puss lbilty the ronfertlnc, night decide to tak,' duect rijlitary attloon to prevent the Isrithi i ri gatlon plan. 17 Injured KYOTO, JAPAN (ti) -Two private ritiway passeunger trains arryig some 100 persons enJoytug the last (lay Year holiday season collided headon and burned Sunday. Police said 17 pers(,Is were injured seriously and 51 oth,'rs slightly but there were no deaths. The accident occurred in the northern par t of this inc lent Japanesc capital when atwo-roach inbound tfaln and atwo-couchotitbound train crashed. 2% ANM i I F \LBI MN ALL $3.98 ALL $4.98 ALL $5.98 fr I j ( OFF U -Only $2.98 -Only $3.75 -only $4.50 *. S (hoost fi 'in the ntiI)Itte R( A Vit or HIi fl itilog of over 411 Sh,'se beau liful solo BACH tlnaccom;p.nled Sonalam and Partltu. Mono only LM-6105 'iL1?sI HkEIF,1z I II.14 111F IE TIOVIN ViaIlNSL)NATAS [Comjuleje Montonly LM 674)75sL P.) ULUCII Poome Mysuiue CRIEC Sonata No 2 Firooks Smith, pIanl, Mutn, only FM-2A', SPECIAl. iIEIFETZ IVX()K LE'T (Canto I comiulrtu Iiiing of ill Ilpeltetz recordings Coit, In for yo)'rcopy RCA VI RED SEA Seal I nlt record ings. I JFEiETZ 17 selection, 'lio only LM-2'382 MIurnr uniy TM-I1160 HEIFETZ-cnrammnsit U lK bit IMIA W. I3 vm ftum VITALI Chaconne CASTELNUJOVO-TEDEB. Ct) The Lark PAIJRE Son.!. NN,.I Month, only lM-2074 HEIFETZ [CTOR L -M -.r A (Id' a 'he o t oute < I t.ud n -hr 111(0 Kenim.dy Saudi Arabia I fi(Mor(I I I1~~' Fleifetz semi-annual shoulder our regular stock.,.none are special po items, but most likely you'll SUITS NOW 55.00 -80.00 SPORT COATS TROUSERS flu mdud ng

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-Says Carl 0p Problems Growing ByPHIl HEVENEWq Shif Writer t .n <>p n ra inwitI ip obI I o l 1is't ofl:5 .hiInp[Jt. lhlll11l~Ig li \ I') I he| e s% ib if placing studjeiitt in facilhtie, IOCdted through out the (Gaine,viii, area. These dtudents, wh ch opp said usually vary between $0 anuu 40 p t cnt of the total enrollment tr ilso the one' who will be aff. ted by G a int sviii e's propistil housing code, anil the I F's r-. vision of its own code. ()pp added that the UP' code re vision Is now in Cornmmitte being molded into a workatile revision of "'Ideas on the matter.'' lie made It plain that while he looks on the city's proposed ordinance as an Important basis for lmprol I ig Gainesville's substandard housing, "It will hardly touch a good many considerations I,portant In student housing." Accordin& to Opp, the GainesHANG UP Ru WEAR r~ n n /TIRE ,O tENORSLEEVE UK lft SOCKS.,HATS.EL 11 WALE! NOSHORTS. & LACKS 1710 W. UNIVERSITY AVENUE ON THE GOLD COASt H sk ad tnoher i lil jIPII 'itiy n (Continued From Page I) reduction in thm r(Xom iv ab for students off campus. II tt s ad he hoped the bill's approval by the ,omniission would impro'' poor conditions evident ini ,ertalin a, ,as of Gainesville. Although the work order for the formulation of a housing code was originally handed to the plan board during the summer cr 1962, Mayor Winn said civic opinion had been pressing for such jctionfong before that. Assuming the commission recommends rno changes in The code as they receive it tonight, Winn said it will still have to be given to City Attorney Osee Fagan for drafting into the form of an ordinance. Neither Butt or Winn cared to say how long they Thought it might be b eo reG ai e s ylle h as i t h o s major road blocks looming in the dlstanice. But they shared the opinion That the UF has reason to maintain strong interest in the progress of the proposed code. I II ir si D i "We is PdS Kdes Wi ,i,'t ulenV or keep Y'TT he said. neits if I I Ii ii Ii e Ii cum 't tht tflI-, tih' II Iu inIi g b~e (ov-red iii the I F -RI {kI(}wi code revisoi. AlI in ill )pp lift ,,o duilt thid he plrlblIm Cf finding ippropriatt housing for I V students is hlot one which his university must bear alone. "'The Hotel Commission has toldl us (off-campus housing) they ire very much concerned with the problem of housing these students. Opp continued with the observation that there has been some consideration given to state-wide legislation which would require any rental unit to be inspected and approved by the Florida Hotel and Restaurant CommisS IonCould this be accomplished at the next session of the legislature? "The only way," he said, "this the sat to get their leislators interested in the idea.'' This then is the face of the difficulty, and 1t's one in which UF administrators are vitally concerned. p SL OW A ND EASY Expensive TV lighting equipment is unloaded from a special semi-trailer by ation for Tuesday nop ening of the Hootenanny Show in Florida Gym. The techni cal crews arrived SUnday from New York. -I CLEARANCE Our regular stock of Scotch Guard water-proof top with zip-in pile lining, hidden buttons, in tradition style. tan, block, olive, regularly 18.95 without linr.8.95 ,r 42 '-4. *1 1) '7 V LONG 2 3 .95 .95 n & SHORT (two (two iae SLEEVE 5.50). 7.50). (, I .reg. .reg Oil coat 29.95 22.95 19.95 16.95 14.95 11.95 12.95 Sweaters 19.95. .reg. 17.95 ..reg. 14.95. ..reg I 1 .95 ...reg. 10.95. .reg. 8.95. .reg. Sinis 4.95 6.95 Slacks 9.35. 7.35. A,,c *. re ..reg 11 .98 9.98 a -r JAN UARY CLEARANCE rTAnT ThUURSAY A M SWEATERS BLOUSES SLACKS SKIRTS JACKETS COORDINATES DRESSES OFF NOOTHNANHY DRESSES StIFTS SKIRTS BLOUSES MATCHWO#K OUPlITEO SLACKS tN C^"ICO& QUILTED COTON -^'L BfAUTIFUL MIGHT COLORS ill Il3 off u

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Street Parking Eliminated F11 F; [II .1 Vt rig pwt'pti -miIl .l str.*,t patIkrg ioi North >uth tadciun, Road to itidjo Road. P III Ii iii I [I Ii] S ill iii I r,! i rig C I ~ lii C North ->uth 1) i C, Map Control Shows Points 01 Cer rv .1 Control Pc llurknman Dr ie Ne Driv S.W.13 StreH 'ints 0 z I a, S I, 0 Drivers By KAREN HACK Staff Writer U F police today will tegln enficregultions designed to reduce automobile travel through the heart of the campus. A product of the PArking and Traffic Commlttee,headedbyDonaid B. Wilcox, professor of industrial engineering, tihe new system provede. that:' (I) Automobile travel and parking will be registered to decals assigned to specific areas within the main campus. Beware-New (2) Nine points of traffic congestion will be closed to street parking (see mnap). (3) Peripheral parking areas will be provided in three areas for commuter traffic (see map). (4) Parking for visitors will be confined to a single area (see 'map). With the new area decal system, cars with border 'one, community and campus resident decals will be eliminated from both traveling and parking in the restricted area and places them inperipheaI park ing lots, in area #6, #l5, and beSTUDENTS & STAFF, WELCOME TO Tobre Lamp Specials $15,20,25 Acrilan Rugs $4.50, 6.50 2'x3' Cotton Rugs $4 Little tables 36,8, 10 Tulip 8cr Glasses only 79c each Folk< Art tea Pots $2.50 Heavy Palm Place Mats 40Oc each wAI.b LJ u.Akn.A I c. Cfl Cfl hind Hume flal. Restricted area is th at St 'in of the campus oordered by 13th street to lwner lDrlve on the east; Inner Drive to Newell Drive on the south; Newell Drive to Radio Road, a second eastern border; Radio Iload to North South Drive, a second southern border; North South Drive to University Avenue or' the west; and University Avenu. to 13th Stheet on the north. Residence halls in the northwest portion of the restricted area have adjacent parking ireas which students living in those ails will use without traveling thn ough Rules the main campus. Overall purpose of thw plant is to "eliminate use of the campus streets as a thoroughfare," Dr. Arnold W. Wirtala, secretary of the committee said. Prime concern is for the pedestrian, with needless traffic deemed hazardous to those walking to and from classes. Needless traffic, Wirtala said, developed whew, students drive through the campus to nearby city streets itstead of going around. Con Irol po lice Ofl mother y iiPS will be posted at all sit ranres to explain the procedures until the WELCOME STUDENTS OLD & NEW TO TOP TUNES RECORD SHOP THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF: POPULAR SONGS IN GAINESVILLE Today new pattetii is established. Traffic flay, in st .cat existing parking lots has been re-routed by closing some of the enlts and directing entrance and exits In the same direction. As a temporary mesbt, Madium Road from Murphree Way to 13th Street will be closed early this month due to the heavy construction of the Architecture and Fine Arts complex In progress. Ass Ignmnent of the decals follow the present system, adminIstration, faculty, staff medical exceptions ranking In "rty will with and priWirtala said no reductionof student automobile'was tlbowht ne*ssary with abut 12,000 cars expected to be registered. To renoon and 5 p.m., staggered hours for university non-academic dopa"iet. lhs beheon rtcommond& Plans are in mind to develop a bus transportation within the campus and possibly bring in public 1 PARK ING 0/ 7 alla

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6 'if' ecU itorimas Welcome To Rome, Sparticus Ili F I. d i t I r + h lf p ,i l tj j .t i i l rEJatrIef rid n ''Ljhdhe' .ij gtItJm III thjF gli .tkip witiO ,un m tobici rp their wfLidJ jul rnieri their bruoken jual. ltiil I the thin cleat bugle' cati gre,'is *h+' rol Ihlrg is iw STII i jil kb.a.I,, trrxop. ,IMk u tlhn irs, nil' h ii .slufel, I,,,'rk fra aldultinuately will hp lay fim tlhpi ,eliivil bidet. Such Is the s( puiw Oh dampus trday' 1 rom every avenue the combat ants age returning to the fray. [tft by the wayside are the victims of last inrnmesteg 's Inrterne ci ne struggle with rlnals: the viimrs of proci astination and the ones who must pause to earn a fianial trAnsfusion. Perhaps most tragic of all are those few who 'Ii ugg2eui with all the resrources at tiher comnmand, arid because tIhesc. were not enough -tecause long uighis of study, burning desire, ani sheir will rpower were not enough -to )vercome h ash Ia. k of ability in lienr partir ilar ficiri, rnuffeli their last hie t the golden r I rg. To continue beating the anology to death, I see that same louk of pierce determination on the faces of we, the licky ones who comc lIImpiii back onT the crutches of our br oken spears, ice few of us ( anl open our hands to display the captured goals of our I tst endea Wr, mlicst O~ Is ar tinged with regret, and likewise, we ar. all confident that having learned some bitter lessons frorn the past, Tis is our trimester to really make good. To this end we have Included urmong our New Year's resolutions: (I) te start attending class TOIIAY and continue guarding our perfect attendence record as closely as we guard our virtue, (2) to faithfully copy every assignment and make a yoeman's effort to complete each one on time, (3) to start cramming for finals at least 6 weeks ahead of time, and (4) to balance this academic cataclysm with a well rounded social life.in our spare time. It's our somewhat corny assertion that everyone charges into the first week of classes waving the white banner of a four point average. Here's hoping that when you come gasping out of the last week of finabe In April thai your banner will still be intact. To steal a line from Tennyson -"Into the valley of death rode the 14,750'"-----GOOD LUCK 14,750. W.C3. On The Way Out? -, a +5X I I dm4 2~~' I., ~. EDITOR'S DESK Parking By WALKER LUNDY Editor By the time you read this,tbose of you wflh automobiles will have found that new traffic regulations have gone into effect on campus and have taken your favorite parking place away. We hope you found another place without missing too much of your behind flume Hall or the one behind Rawlings Hall. ficth are not used completely. We ar ci't quite sure whether the new rules are a good thing yet. In fact, we're not quite sure WHA T the new rules mean. This is being written Swiday night and we are eagerly awaitingour first visit to the campus in the mioruingto -e what will happen. We predict mass pandimonium. We ask that you unot take you, Shri ver Lauds Act IV Scene III The age old drama of student housing eondltiois enters ancthier scene with some 5,000 UF students waiting in the wings. (See Story Page 1). Two of the principle actors in this drama are In the process of revamping their respective housing codes. The Gainesville City Planning Board is submitting its proposals to the City Commission tonight for consideration and action, and the Off-Campus Housing Dept. of the UIF has several committees revamping Its code. Since the Off-Campus Housing Dept. lacks any substantial power Of enforcement, our main concern for the next few weeks will be the effect of any new ordInances the City Commission may pass as a result of its present study. While it Is tempting to laud any effort to improve some of the miserable conditions existing off campus, The Alligator believes any such effort should be conducted only after a careful evaluation of the cost, It will impose ontherent -payingatudents. Many of the considerations will have to be based on value Judgements, such as whether or not a student should be forced out of "sub standard" and into higher priced housing which he can afford only by dropping out of school. However, sonicof the issues will be strictly economic, as they inevitably UF Dr. J. Wayne Reit, President of the University of Florida GaInesville, Florida Dear Dr. Reiti: I should like personally to thank you and the entire faculty and student body of the University of Florida for the magnificent reception recently givenour Peace Corps recruiting team on your campus. The proclamation ofPeace Corps Week at the University of Florida was indeed gratifying and we are most appreciative of your participation in makingthis atruly significant milestone in university response to our program, It is not only expressive of the international awareness of the student body, but also highly comnRule S To ijixiety 0 i t o n te campus gendarmes who will be trying to tell you where to go, figuratively speaking of course. They will be trying to help you understand the hew rules. In speaking with Dr. Arnold W. Wirtala, secretary of the committee which drew up the new regulations, we round that the comPoison Pe, Although The Alligator welcomes letters on almost any subject, it has beenr our exper cutce In the past that the favorite targets of our writing readers have beri the authors of columns that regularly appearonthese pages. in order to give you time to sharpen your wits and your pens, here is a preview of some of the have a journalistic hides you will chance to tan each week. Monday -W alke, Lundy: Editor, Alligator Tuesday -Hugh McArthur: Sidelights Wednesday-Bob Mounts: Honor Court Justice Thursday -Wayne Norfieet: Friday -Guest Columnists So dip your pens in hemlock, follow the easy directions printed below and may the best man win. Florida Confuse mnttee believed it choice-put tighter feet or limit car seniors only. had onili rules irntotpri VIIegI -e If that WAS the choice, we ii glad they made the one they thd. IF that was the only choice. In the meantime, anybody w i to buy a bike? n Targets Letters Letters to the Ed iltor will In printed as space pernnt\, according to their thought content and clartty of expression. ( U'siderationr will be given to thw number of letters received On GUY subject and special attention wil be paid to fresh comiterts ccl subjects previously notdiscussti. We ask that letters be limnitud to 250 words. They must ii signed legIbly although we will not use the name If the authi so indicates. The editorial staff reserVC5 the right to edit letters for reasouls of space but will not change the mean ig. A letter to the ecicor of the Alligator will assure your opinion or observation of campus-wide attention more thI a un any other mled 1dm. Alligator Editor ....waiker Lundy Managing Editor .*****. .,. .BII Fullel E ditorial .Editor ..*. .,. .Wayne NOrfleeI Sports Editor --.-.*.*.** ..Dave Berkowitz Campus Editor ......John Askifl5 Wire Editor .-.Bobrholas Feature Editor *-. Cyntia Tunstall Campus Living Editor ..-. ...Judy LyllPrilCC editorial Asssat. ri i, onHnok .~r~~ eaO Gail Sobering, Glnn. Lne t on accJa e Reporters.Make Power. Karen Haek Psoov fnnrlvird DougliN The E-

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,' il tir'i l~r [I II i as lA sjiiI he felt Si,'lh't'uiiner Nikita khruishchrv 'would io .' lot things to kewp ntm iavlng us loth." 'It would tbe wc thwhile ito ex -plore what he night accomplish,'' he said. (cidwater idned that tils stand wvudd indicate he was closing the door on any kind of negotiations with the Soviet Union or would rid 't oviet v1m Pi 'ist'l sia not ilily conitn't but wtiiidi't tilmi to thi, sUpportiof 4. uba. I wouldn't be concrned about thai, "'There's risk In all of these things, he said. "Il me go oil the assumption we cauiaccomplish things without taking risks then, in my opinion, we run more risk r Goldwater inuingitf4 thlt nucjeiI t,%t thAnh nrty with I-(ssia "Ir It .per h e to our aovanitag* to test n he atmosphere.'' The Arizona Republican, the s*cond announced candidate for the RepubliCfln presidential nomination, said he still believes the nuclear test ban treaty negotiated by the administration of the late IPresident John F. Kennedy "Is of For iaL Ht. mniul tihe .rmiuk. dn Pt ess' viliced there wil j be an easiing of the &dh wjr durnig the year ahead. lIe ilso said Ihe would favor a Threat to withdraw diplomatic re(ognItob from the Stov'.o niton as 54 C Ban dfter alfloufl Jig hi. utiila. y ,iy In Ai Lou.; ti, Ioeitd thit Irm iglit to iet i. 'A few manor changes, pwrhaps, tit nothing of a %ullstAntIal nature," he said. "Some of thit writers are beglilning to undersbind mowservatisn wnd find themsolve; in agi et hl.Tj with It.' WITH BIG SAVINGS! Na tioniwide" PENNEY'S SMOOTH, LONG-WEA RING COTTON MUSLI NSf ON PENNEY'S SHEETS tor outstanding value bay.! Now at fabulous saving. you get the sama. flawless first quality, controlled from nilected *. .S (enfamous inchcotto, to the last stitch in the hems. All Penney sb.ta have firm balanced weave-no weak spots! All Pnaey sheets have smooth finish, minimum slaingi Al] Penney fitted bottom sheets are Pew'.y'a ELASTAFIT, dhm1 almost makes the bed by it.lf? non't miss the. big savings ...stock up today! *a-~ -r -aS U Renouncing Test

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64 C Staff oc dikette Selected The CINEMA Year's By DON 'EDERMAN Best SECRETARY Nil It [Al U. PartH ime. beginning second trimeister. Office, s e no experience feces sary. Working day., Tuesday and Thursday. Call Hillel Foundation. 2-2900 after 1:00 p.m. (E-67-5tc). PAID POSITION open forSalesmen on Alligator Staff. ('all UIJdversity ext 2832 for appoiniment. (E 8'?-tf-p). DELIVERY BO YS ---Must have car--part-time. Apply in person at Alan's Cubana nexttotheSoagl. Building. Phone 6-1252. (C-67-. It-c). WANTED --One girl to share apt with 3 others. Large apt., close to campus 915 S.W. 2nd Ave. FR 2-5644. $85 a month. (C-O'7-St-c).' APARTMENT furnished air-conditioned. Like a small home near campus. Also room in private horn, with or without kitchen privilege., borne atmosphere. (BLeave Your Car For Service While Attending Classes K U YK E N DA L L'S PU RE O IL Servi ce Stat ion 22 N.W. 1 3th Stre.'t CQocked Eqgs-3doz $1.10 -L ol d & ne Youhc H V I tablE w gotors 4 ie rescedu THANKS! we offer TUE SDA you &eslie Caron ~aurice Chevalie anst Buchholtz -n color I k N,, Mul L N [iS --HAlhO MIL.! STOR., Cry '141 River, iS mini. fromtU OF ThWE [S A. BRI|CS. See available foryo LARS OF FINE first quality carpet ends ar three fourths 1. S. H wy. 19, LM.-(lnly I hr. niv. Literally TONS ND MILES OF FAthe lovely colors urhome. IRREGUQUALITIES. Many Items also. Ourt beautiful and about off. The finest bedspreads one third 79%-3399. (A-6'7-tf-c). off. Tel. 1957 BE LI A SCOOTER-Needs repair -reduced cost. 2-6381 Jennings and ask for Patty Moore. (G-6'7-3t-p)'. MOTHER'S LOVE and care for infants and children in private horn. 1-1/2 miles west of Fields Plaza. Best references. 6-7673. (M-S7-St-c). NEXTOR'S --TV, RADIO, HIFI SERVICE. Tubes checked free., Free Estimates. Next to Florida Bookstore parking lot. 1622 N.W. let Ave. Phone FR 2-7326.(M-47MWF-c). 75 To Jud ges 'Ivy Cla WASHINGTON (UP!) -Seventyfive judges from various states are going to college next summer, and Supreme Court Justice Tomi C. Clark is tremendtusly pleased. They are going to learn how to dispense justice faster and more evenly. "I thought judges would be opposed to anything that smacked of schooling," Clark said. 'But I was wrong." For years the federal judiciary has held seminars on jurispridesc paid for by appropriations 7 More' a.s WN E TESTIUTns Ataa ~c4 da flui thy or sholdn't they? Wa the or wouldn't th1 Mteyri 't y--.UNDER ThE TU M TRE ()eds, ha-, bee hoseni. It itr is Bara I yn Keler, SKappa Alpta Thetam. >he ,,erved a', pres dent arnd vice -preside nt of Jennings Hall iii her freshman and sophomore years and last year was a member of the Co-edikette staff. Assistant editor is Eunice Tall, a freshman and member of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. Carolyn Smith and Joyce Denis are stanf members. Art Editor is Carol Ralston and Business manager is Carol Stockstill. Advisor is Marjorie Jackson, assistant dean of women. SThe primary purpose of Ccedikette is to introduce the UFP to incoming women students. It contains UF rules and regulations and other helpful information. Although the handbook is primarnly d ir ecete d towards the incoming freshmen, Miss Keller said she hops to enlarge its format and content this year. She hopes that the book will function as an 'advertisement' for the university. She also intends to include material that will make It a useful reference for students and a guide to parents of incoming students, she said. Return d Halls' Irom, Congress. But nothing like that exists among state judges. The 75 jurists will spend four weeks at the National College of State Trial Judges" at the University of Colorado at Boulder, next summer. They wilibe tutored by a 14-member faculty re.presenting a cross-section of the nation's top legal minds. "The enthusiasm wasterrilic," Clark said, "We could have reeruited two or three faculties of people willing to give their time free Instead of taking avacation." F/ELD ofraR! lost 2 times 2 hits doors Goriest.e-6:30 show -. onun* tAs at 7 'PC~ ,.UA C P t see late a 'cwry yt'.r at thi' tirm, th tile 'ro (ri Id tIN Amri.ri-an Press
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r .7 tite (Ilit~l r.' il t' i(AI [t il %I1' aiw!' ()r(er' i .seit L WesE IMeldn (Ot NU I n our regular Lyceum Council reseutations Include the Chicago rrJ Ballet, a company of 50 with rcistra, on February 13. Wed.,y, February 19, the eminent i much-beloved American vlomiist, Srymnon Goldberg, replaces atbhIh Milstein, who was orgiiiy scheduled for aconcertonthat :te. On Saturday, March7, TheGregg Mbt Singers, acclaimed in rope and America for their ex-Ilent performance, return to the mpus for the second successive ason. Concluding the regular Lyceum ason, The Pittsburgh Symphony orchestra, conducted by one of erica's outstanding maestros, illiam Steinberg, will be heard STuesday, March 10. All four of these Lyceum CairnI productions are slated for the dversity Auditorium Mnd begin 8:35 p.m. For the LyceumCoutI attractions, all seats are rerved. University of Florida stunts receive tickets on showing eir 1.D. cards. Admission for .ults is $2, high school students .d children $1. Persons already Ilding season tickets for the curnt Lyceum season may pick Up eir packets of reserved tickets ililli flasSi Cal scene 0h s'ii, mI! the [idot rn Itin B oh at loss ftttn the Hub, hil in thi week of [ :nuaIry I3. A 5(1 p.'tet discount IS akV ti thu' to (a iultv. SPE( [Al XTI{A \ lTRA( TION C arlot Muntoya, wit I famous pu 1st, will be pretttu by the lyceum (ounill ini twi petform ances >atu livy, aiarv 18, in University Auditorium. Matlnre Is at 2 p.nm. and the evenrrw perform'ance at 8:15. All seal 5ae reserved and cost $1.50. Seats will go on sale at the ihiformaitioih [moth across from the Hut) the week (if January 13. FACULTY CONCF{TS University of Florida faculty artists to be heard during the Winter Trimester include Edward Troupin, violin, and Carolyn Trkoupin, piano, on Tuesday, January 14; Jerry Nell Smith, clarmnet, and Samuel Teeters, piano, on Wednesday, January 22; andGuy B. Webb, bass baritone, with Russell Danburg at the piano, on Tuesday, January 28. Mr. Webb will play the Schubert song cycle "Die Schone Mullerin." Concert pianist Willard maask will offer works by Scarlatti, Bach, Chopin, Schumann, and Beethoven on Tuesday, February 4. Sarah Traverse, soprano, and Celmentine White, harp, will comnrill l estatt! a # 0 rih1l t Fiet I, l~I aNN Iath mester coinert offermtgs will lie ,I prrsenti If 8eetliuver's N ~it On$ti~tv Apri at 3p n., whtii I dward Iroupin conduct, the tlrniversity Symphoinv u hest, b ordl Union, .iiu the Inivtri ty rTh first Uive i siti Symphonv (onitert of the winter season will he on Wednesday, February 12, .galrn with Mr. Trouipiti conduitting. CHOHA L CONCERtTh Guy B. Webb conducts the combined Men's and Women'sulet Clubs in a concert pr esentation oil Tuesday, March 24. The University Choir will be heardunder the direction of Dr. Elwood Koister on Tuesday, March 31. tiAND C'ONCERTIS The annual formal concert by the U niversity Symphonic Band will be presented under the baton of Richard W. Bowles in University Auditorium on Tuesday, Februafl 18. Nwo Twilight Concerts are scheduled for the Plaza of Ubq Americas beginning at 8:45 p.m. on Wednesday, March U1, and Wedneoday, March 25. $ 00 Africans 'li On Racial ~ I N 1 1t | 1 4 f[iii,' 'K ii ig i til i \fti' I ItT' it ti tlt!h I 1glsIe the', fby th !'ik trotti Ihl' mp Qu 'till Il!l ,ii entt 1.rd whiri the W'estte n powers thdgiv imitde it Cleti they were not In whites, sympathy. But the Atric ais h tv. served notice they wIIl not ci,Thit' tinue in moderate couit se in 1964 txoth naj unl Its the two nat ions mitu ~t thel r to rca' ways. ste, net i (flt-llv ti. ~ 4 I rig., for. Marion Finance FR 6-5333 Loans up to $600 atient' estion I, i I 1 fli'i 11 mii, s the lIght to iui' lvi's. T'bey iso waiit s,,,th to end it parthi d pxily N N'g roes cul 1rIghts with politiraly and sot ally. AfrianS warni that unless tions show signs of wanting 'h an amnicabi, settlemieni r mieasurts will tbe rifled 222 W. Un v. Ave. ANNUAL FALL SALE 1/3 to 1/2 OFF Open Friday til'9 p.m. "OPEN A STUDE NT CHARGE" Ii aasailH NOW IS THE TIME TO SAVE! COCKTAIL DRESSES SUITS AND COORDINATES BLOUSES -SKIRTS SWEATERS BUY ONE AT REGULAR PRICE And Select Another Of Equal Valu, for Only ALL FALL AND WINTER STYLE DRESSES 1/3 To 50% OFF $HOP EARLY WHILE ALL SIZES ARE STILL AVAILAULE! a

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'A ALLIGATOR Monday January 6, 1964 King pirE O ver By JOE GE RGEN UPZ Sports Writer it was an upsetting weekend ii the Southeastern conference ii yot happened to be anationally-ranked basketball team with akspirations for the league championship. Such was the fate of Kentucky the top team in the land, and six tb-ranked Vanderbuilt both o whom failed to clear the firs hurdle in the SEC race which open ed Saturday. Georgia Tech, a team whict hiows hot and cold, burned Kentucky 76-67 at Atlantafor the Wild cats, first defeat In II games Meanwhile, Tennessee toppedc lowering Vanderbilt in the fina seconds 57-55, to extend the Volunteers' wii, streak to seven and halt the Commodores' skein .t 15 Undefeated UCLA now the helr apparent for the No. I berth in the UP! ratings posted its 1111 straight victory of the season by smothering Washington Statel2l.77. Kentucky was victimized by Tech's R. fl. Craddock, a 5-footl Il-inch guard. Craddock wound up with 25 points for the night, five more than KenKentucky, In PT~eI Fall Weekend tucky ', ( ttoi Na tsh. Te I' row ha, be aten the Wi lilcat, thrrt st aight times and captured lix of the laMst n ine games hetween, the two. SMichigan .oid hdefemdila chimIpion ohio State led a parade of favorites through their Big Thn openers Satut day. Cmt .z 'us sell ,23 and Bill Buntin, 22 paced four-th-ranked Michigan to all 8i-13 victory over stubborn Northwesttern, and All-America center (.ary -Bradds poured in 32 points as the Buckeyes blasted Wisconsin 10185. -Fifth-ranked Cincinnati, the de-fending Missouri Valley champion, .wandered outside the conference I and was ambushed by OregonState 1 82-61. The eighth-ranked Beavers, victimized by Cincy Friday night, I proceeded to hand the Bearcats .their worst defeat in siz years as 7-foot center Mel Counts poured in 38 points. Undefeated Davidson No.? overI came its biggest obstacle on the road to the Southern Conference title by disposing of West Virglnut, theperennial champions, 93* 82,. In other games, third-ranked Loyola Ill. blitzed Moreheadi State 127-85. St. Joseph's stunned New York University, 82-76. SBOOTS HATST SH IRTS SEC i I i i .13 .I IGg 'a I IILt' t x,*rpiilt t .E llItI is alfiii Ihi-ri~mked I n e etio fAts of the seLM)IL III SJIIIlidy Yellow .I 3 k eI s, teani which seenls to lii' A htx in Kerdiickv, Temnessee, ever ones choice for a Southe~s ter ni C unferecc, ci. ark ho I se rol,edged t P t )TmImolo res 57-35 The Yellow Jackets har;ssed Cotton N ash, the SEC scoring leader, throughout the game. Nash scored 20 points Jut hit on only six of 16 field goal attemptB before fouling out late in the contest. Ted Deeken, Kentucky's No. 2 scorer, had 15 points at halftime but only three more the rest of the game. A. W. Davis, Tennessees 6-foot-? junior, hit two foul shots wtth only 1 5 seconds remaining to enable the vols to snap Vanderbilt's two-season win streak at 15 games -longest current major string in the nation. Clyde L ee, Vandy's 6-foot-9 sophomore was high scorer In the game with 25 poInts while Danny Shultz and Davis had 23 and 20 respectively for Tennessee. In other games on the first full night of I nt r a -conference play, Auburn edged Mississippi State in overtime 64-63, Florida handed winless Tulane its [Oth straight loss 86-79, Alabama beat Shorts Shoes Socks Sweat Sweat Shirts Pants Va nd yDefeated Games Saturday ils s. appt' iii to i ta i. b i .t Nijhvilbe, IT ii., 1l1.1. intiIrilt will ibe hust (I KhhlttLhkV. Grid Turn 6rades Upward &iator footpAU tot tunes LO,. Upward grade wise in 1963 as the UFV varsity posted a 2.28 average, sufering no academic casualties. John Whatley pared the team scholarship with a perfect 4.0 average, his second straight at the (I .lie is averaging 3.92 for his four trimesters while ennilled ii, a pre-law course. Grade average for the Blue team, which started .galnst ESUT, was 2.30. The second team posted an average of 2.51 and the average of all the upper classmen was2.23. Fifty-two gridders postedbetter than a 2.0 average. The top freshman griddet was fulR back Bill McBride of Leesburg who made a 3,OB in the University College. Top gridders at each position on the Gator varsity footbaliteam aret End -Lynn Mathews Tackle -John Whatley Guard -Tack Thompson Center -Roger Pefte. Q'back -Tom Shannon Halfback Fullback WELCOME -Hagood Clarke -Larry Dupre 2.46 4.00 3.37 3.M9 2.66 3.50 2.*70 .u'fl o 'L<'i .it6 '. e Al V l tii~i it il ss II;' ta \tlbrE if \l Mi sislWi. I lilI a I ,i u.ia St -it t, t.00 jI t i t IIit 4Tnd liIhtn~m&a~ii 1 Ihillips lit ii the oriay tioii--te-tuite 1963 TOP STARS Who are th, athletes who ac complished tlin most an the world of sports during 1963? Me t Spo t ?.a a zne's To special coverag, on their greatest momerntsI Plus SANDY KOUFAXMAN OF THE YEAR YOGI BERA'S 3UEDEN Sport miagazan. k.ps you apac. of .11 events on the cogleg. and pro sports scene. YoWIIl *njoy .xpert coverage, fIs a nd action p ck photo .Read February Fovorntmcgozin. of the wor NOW ON SALE! STUDENTS I 0 1 Pt Women Bermnodas -Jamaicas Shirts Shoes Sweat Sweat by Beacon Falls Shirts & Shorts & U.S. Keds Pants Tennis 24 HOUR RE-STRINGING SERVICE Covers Shorts for Men by Fred Perry Shorts & Sldrts for Ladies Hand Balls & Hand Ball Gos SPECIAL PRICES ON GYM CLOTHES for MEN & WOMEN M. -Tee Shirts by Converse -Beacon Falls -Keds tennis Balls (Pennsylvania-Dunlop-Boncroft) tennis Rackets (Bancroft & Dunlop) Presses Gloves

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,rob, .\ I I )r \ov / h!!Jr? Gotors, Bengols Clash -a l'rF "fiRghting, rtm"( ketr,,#I kn re t 'I'Oil,-Int t lI nivvrsIty tolhigtt iii Lt$ se Iend Southea:,tern 'onferenie gam10 af the 1964 season. The Orange and Blue, now sporting a 52 record, look ror their second SEC win against no losses. The Gators downed Tulane Sath-ilt Iiti thu'. ptit 'kuII I Lt I,fant r Lly for a Sd-79 wik. Alt the (SF scoring 'amejt from the flhe starters at, Brooks [tendterson and Dick fomnlinson paced1 the Gators wIth 21 poInts each. Morn Ilighicy hit the buckets for 17. o n w 10--' it the Liet, fOL 25 Qulck first dix minutes of half 41111 pulled to a 58-48, antd the game 1cM. Th e G ree nIes, In Baton w n it Ef j1s.M -o iint v LITIS LIn I th t'F I1IIaui ,IId widieret1 the 'tad as *the secutnd lhe gamei ended. 10 pint lead, Although floridapounded Tulane appeared on 109-74 la,4 year In Gamnesville the gators hadn't wonagame ironm Twith Denny lane in New Orleans since 1956. I BEHIND THE EIGHTBALL By DAVE BERKOWITZ Sports Editor |I Rouge Iijrldl )orlng Uiti.e .t In IIh tN '' 4I drr". (jainesvlIIe for a return match wttti Miam,. The Hurricanes polmndedI the UIF at Miam, Beach In ['ccember, 95-79. Tonlghts's UF-LSU game can be heard over WRUF 890 On the radio dial at 9 p.m. Everyone's5 Making JANUARY CEA RANCE SALE OUTSTA NDI NG SAVINGS VENT Men' Clothing 20 onF Bg Selecti on I-rom Regular Stock MENS SUITS *SPORTCOA TS TOPCOATS aha~tan Dess5 Shirts Reg .5.95, Now 3 .99 (3 for ii. 75) REDUCED 1/3 OFF & MORE .JACKETS SWEATERS Resolutions For '64 A new year dawns on tme capuS of the University of Florida, a new trimester and a flew season full of sports. Every new year begins with an outpouring of resolutions. Taking a look at 1963 and what happened during that yeaz and what shapes tip for 1964 v, figure that we'd make a guess at what people are resolving to do or not do In 1964. NCAA --Rsolved to get as close to unlimited substitution in football as possible without letting people think they're giving in to coaching demands. SPORT ILLUSTRA TED --Resolvedlo run morehow-to-do-it articles. NATIONAL F T rAL LEAGUE-Reso lved no tto have a playoff with the American Football League. ORANGE LEAGUE --Resolved not to have a playoff with the Blue UF BASKETBALL TEAM -Resolved to win their share of roal games this year. UF FOOTBALL TEAM --Resolved to play 100-yard football in 1964. BOBBY DODD --Resolved not to play Florida in Gainesville. FWDRIDA LEGISLATURE --Resolved not to give fSU needed money for stadium additions so they n~ play the game in Jacksonville. FlU FOOTBA LL TE AM --Resolved to beat Florida in 1964 UF SWIMMING TEAM--Resolved to crash the nation's Top 10 this year. NORTH CAROLINA SWIM TEAM -Resolved not to jump the gun against Florida. UF CIIEERLEAtDERS --Resolved to let everyone have a chance at FNS HO CAR b"-Resolved to launch a satellite wit], neon lights that read "Beat 'Bama, Itshall be done"'. SUNSHINE PATRIOTS --Resolved to do away with what ails the "tumbling football team". We Resolve Alligator Sports also made sonme resolutions that we nope to keep. It' oftn hard to keep the promises one makes, but we intend to do I. Provide more on-campus coverage, especially intrarnurals and sports clubs. 2 Provide varsity coverage borne .md away. 3. ProvIde latest mews, including continued coverage of nlght basket-ball games the very next day when it's news not history. 4. Provide more interpretive sports coverage to let you see whats on the inside. 5. Provide more for the ladles. 8. Give UP students thebest collegiate sports sectionin the Southeast. We can't promise those things for sure, but we do promise to do our best to make tbeni possible. r 7/use -( -a I cue 7/11:96 MY HOBBY Box BROO KS HI Caer Sloa ENDERSON Give Pirst )WN The Uk' oasketball team gave head coach Norm Sloan a belated Christmas present in the form of a Gator Bowl Basketball Tournament Championship, his first since coming to the UP. The title was earned by a pair of wins, the firt over Manatten, Air Force Academy 74-68, The Gators got scoring boosL'; from Brooks Henderson, Mont Higitley and flick Tomlinson. In the opener the Gatora held suim 3-point margin at halftime over Manhatten, but with 81 pints bage In the scond lea points each) the Gators hit the century mark. The final g a me against Air Force saw the Gators dominate the Falcons, but missed slots kept the UFP from breaking the game open. Tomlinson scored a total of 46 points in the two game affair and Henderson scored 41. Florida State lost the opener the the Air Force 78-53 and detested Manhatten in the consolation game 85-81. Creek Letter Pendants I. r 3 r,1g. I