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Florida AlligatorVol.56No.71




University of Florida, Gainesville Friday January 10,1964




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Bryant, Board Mum






Over University SiteTALLAHASSEE






(UPI) -- Gov. Farris Bryant and to locate the institution closer to Cape Kennedy than

Board of Control members were believed to be meeting would be possible with sites now under consideration.

secretly yesterday to discuss the location of a new Board Chairman Baya Harrison Jr., St. Petersburg,

university in east-central Florida. said Wednesday he had not yet talked to Bryant.

Bryant told newsmen this week that he would talk Harrison checked Into a local hotel along with

to board members about pressure by space officials three other board members this morning, but left


his room Immediately and could
a +.
Print Sale not be located. 1


Set Monday Also missing from their offices

were Governor Bryant, his chief k 4 MN

assistant James Kynes and J.Bro- g R w

ward Culpepper, director of the
"Art--cheap" is the unofficial Board of Control. n.W/"t

theme of next week's Florida Union

print sale.
Nobody would confirm it but it
of ,
"One of the main purposes
the print sale is to provide a was presumed the group was meet-
ing somewhere in Tallahassee to
and
reasonably good inexpensive
reproduction of art that the student talk about university site aheadof
today's meeting at which the
or faculty member may put
board was scheduled to make
in his room, office, or home," a
final decision.
said Union Director Bill Rion.

The print sale runs Jan 13-17

from 1 to 9 p.m. in the Social Culpepper's secretary would

Room of the Florida Union. There report only that "Mr. Culpepperwent

will be some 2,500 prints by to a meeting at the Capitol"but

several well-known artists avail- he could not be located in any

able for purchase. of the usual meeting places. ..... -_. ,..
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Another purpose of the print
sale is financial. Profits from FARRIS BRYANT LIQUID SUNSHINE

the sale go for more programsfor .shhhhhh Culpepper said Wednesday the .like that of the last two days pours down on unpre-

the students, Rion said. purpose of the space-age univer-
pared Phyllis Eisenburg, I UC, as she charges towardsthe
sity was principally to serve pro-
spective students In the eastcentral shelter of The Alligator photographer's umbrella

area, not C-pe Kennedy. He yesterday. (Photo by Carolyn Johnston)
$1 Million Motel said he would urge the board to

make its final decision today but

I did not know whether the board
would go along.Alligator. New Florida Union



Set Near CampusConstruction Construction DelayedBy


would require the installation of

on a milliondollar name of the proposed structureas Staff Staff Writer more expensive foundation," said

motel at the northeast cornerof the Ramaden Motel. Ownerof Rion.
Worries concerning the natureof
13th Street and West Univer- the property at this locationis Meets The testing firm doing the analysis -
TonightThe the soil at the site of the plan-
sity Avenue is expected to begin the Wingreen Company, 2212 ned $5 million Florida Union of the samples questionedthe
about February 1, the Alligator Biscayne Blvd. In Miami. manner in which the soil tests
Alligator staff will holda proved to be unfounded, but additional -
learned yesterday. This corner has been vacant for had been taken and suggested a
meeting In the basement of studies required has delayed -
at least four years and speculation re-testing before altering plans
the Florida Union Building today construction three months,
Located just north of the former concerning Its possible use and specifications for the Union.
at 4:30 according to Union Director Bill
site of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon has warmed since the SAE house p.m. Rion. Results of the re-testing received -

(SAE) fraternity house, the pro- was razed sometime ago on the a month ago indicated no
Persons Interested in work- The new Union will be locatedin
posed project Is valued at $1 mil opposite corner.At change in the foundation was ne-
ing with The Alligator may at- an area west of McCarty Hall
lion to this time the city is battl-
according city building tend. now occupied by Flavet I. cessary.
records. ing three law suits concerning "Wednesday the final set of
"Soil tests taken in mid-1963
Records also list the future possible use of that land. plans consisting of 152 pages was
indicated a soil condition which
received i and approved the Union

Planning Committee, Rion said.

I V.O.T.E. Picks Vice-President This is one year and a day after
the first plans were received."

Bids which were formerly set

to be opened Dec. 19 1963 have
By MIKE POWER his freshman class and as president of the Florida ,
been reset for March !5, accordIng -
Staff Writer Youth Workshop when at the UF.
to Rion. Ground breaking: is
The V.0.ToE. speeded its
party up campaign wheels
scheduled for the latter part of
4 last night by selecting Richard (Dickey) Adams as V.O.T.E party presidential candidate Frank March or early April.
vice-presidential mate for Harshaw said he about
running prexy hopeful was "extremely pleased" Planned recreation and eating
Frank Harshaw. the selection of Adams.
facilities will include a 16-lane
.
Adams accepted the nomination at a small meetingof His experience, especially in the legislative and bowU alley and a cafeteria scat-

party cohorts at the Delta Phi Epsilon sorority executive branches, is absolutely necessary to the ing 650 persons.
1 11'w./ f.
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house. vice-president. I am extremely pleased that Dick 10,

Adams has accepted the vice-presidential candidacyfor Pro Contract
"I am proud to accept the V.O.T.E. party vice-
the V.O.T.E. party he said. i
presidential candidacy behind Frank Harshaw.... Is Good Deal

r, In conducting the Legislative Council, assisting the Gee, the fringe benefits with
Adams unmarried and member of Chi
president and simply in speaking out for things a Sigma [those pro football contracts
has served in the executive
fraternity
students feel must be done, this office is a major previously must be nice.Observed .'
branch of Student Government.John .
"
challenge, Adams said on campus this
Ritch, fraternity chairman of the party and
} [week was aUF football player
The presidential running mate, a 25-year-old, Secretary of Academic Affairs, said, "We feel that | [recently drafted Into the pros

has been absent from the UF campus since September with Frank and Dick we'll be able to build a very walkln along in the rain,handsIn i

of 1961 while serving as a 1st Lt. in the United qualified and experienced presidential team." pockets and whistling a

States Army.A .
V.O.T.E. party's announcement of the Harshaw- tune--with another student

DICKEY ADAMS--- native of Ocala, Adams served on the Legis- Adams executive ticket to the student body will be holding an umbrella over his !..

lative Council, as Honor Court Justice, In the exe- on Sunday night at the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity /.;:.head.. .( 'W 1f.1.w ; t
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.into the ring cutive branch of Student Government, vice-pres. of house, party officials said. ( :"..".::::...:,;f.::: ; ;:;wd

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2 The Florida Alligator FridayJanuary 10,1964

HoMtBAIEDLJSA WSA Seeks CurfewChangeLate

ouR permits on Sunday nights Miss Mlllsap and members of dent Affairs Lester L. Hale told
for upper classmen may become the WSA have found the Sunday the WSA council last month.A .
men's Student Association Pres- most feasible of the plans pro- by WSA to study the mat-
idont, Mary Ann Mills ap. posed. ter and will hold its first meeting
: HiT ) ) Several curfew changes have However, approval for changes Sunday.
been discussed. They range from cannot be granted if some dif The committee's Ideas are sub-
late curfews for study at the library ferentiation Is not made between ject to approval by hall councils,
OF THeCAMPOS 1L f' to a curfew change on Sundays privileges for freshmen and those the WSA Executive Council, and
from 11:00 p.m. to midnight.The for upperclassmen, Dean of Stu- the General WSA Council repre-
senting all women students. Final
Lr SG Book Exchange approval must come from Dean of
Women Marna Brady, and Hale.
Hale said the possibility of cur-
Termed Sucessful/ few changes depends on the natureof
the recommendations of the
committee."I .
Student governmentsponsored cash sales, will be calculated think there Is a possibility
t.PCIJ book exchange, which ended later, he said.A some kind of a change can be
operations for this trimester Wed- spokesman for Malone's Book made," Hale said.
nesday, profited both buyer and Store said he had noticed no dif-
seller, according to Chairman ference In sales since the Student
Fred Lane. Book Sale was organized last year. ExEnvoyTo
The Book Sale made it possiblefor R.G. Mason, at the Florida Book
the seller to sell at a. little Store, said he was so busy he
higher price and the buyer to buy "wouldn't know if there were another SpeakFormer
Olatmattella'sGourmet at a little lower price due to the book store operating across
elimination of the middle man, the street."
Lane said. Lane said he believed the commercial South Vietnam Ambas-
t @ Lane said approximately 400 book stores would begin sador to the United States Tran
students went to the Florida Union to feel the effects of the Student' Van Chuong will speak Thursdayhere
Delicatessen Dining Room
Gourmet Shop Social Room, permanent site of Book Sale In future years. He said on "What Next for Vietnam."
Open 7 days a week 11 am to 9 pm. 706 W. Univ. the sale, the first day.By the third he didn't know if the sale would His talk, open to the public, Is set
day at least 2,000 had been to the alter commercial buying-sell- for 8:15 p.m. in University Aud-
sale. Complete figures including ing policies itorium.
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--- Chuong resigned diplomaticpost
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THE BELL TELEPHONE COMPANIESn Aug. 22 following the Inten-
sification of the Diem govern-
ment's policies against the Bud-
SALUTE : BEN COOK dists. His wife, Vietnam's repre-
sentative to the United Nations,
resigned her post at the same time.
Because of Ben Cook (B.I.E., 1958, M.B.A., 1961)), busiwho train customers in the use of new telephone services. Chuong is the father of Mme.
nessmen in five southern states now benefit from new Dial On another, he was responsible for personnel administra Dinh Nhu. He publicly broke with
Teletypewriter Service. Ben, a Traffic Supervisor with tion and planning involving a $250,000 yearly payroll. her in protest over Diem's
Southern Bell in Atlanta, supervised the mechanizing of On all, he showed ability that will take him far with policies.
the Operating Center that serves Alabama, Georgia, South Southern Bell. The former Ambassador's Falk
Carolina North Carolina and Tennessee. is sponsored by the Forums Com-
Ben Cook, like many young engineers, is impatient to mittee of the Florida Union.
Ben qualified for his latest position by skillfully hanmake things happen for his company and himself. There
dling a variety of other assignments given him by the are few places where such restlessness is more welcomed Emcee NamedLocal
company. On one, he supervised three groups of instructors or rewarded than in the fast-growing telephone business.

jokey Tom Kennington
will emcee the Club Rendezvous
@ BELL TELEPHONE COMPANIES Frostbite Frolics dance tomorrow
from 8 to 12 p.m. In the Social
Room of the Florida Union.

':.. F TELEPHONE> MAN- -7H>E-INpNTH] The Anthropology Club will meet
<. 'M* > Tuesday, Jan. 14 at 8:00 p.m. in
the classroom of Building OE.
Program: a film on Hopi agricul-
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that Othello really steals the show when he doesa
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know about yours. Othello Is making his home In too many girl basset hounds around the university."Oh .
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IFC Awards Three GrantsInterFraternity

festivities get under way Gayle Bauer, Panbellenic tomorrow from 9 a.m.
tomorrow for rushees and soror- Council president, said "The new to noon In the Florida Union. The Council (IFC) obtained from IFC-eponsored
ity girls bere at the UF. system gives the advantage to the first informal parties are tomor- has awarded three tuition scholarships events.
rushee while taking the burden off row and Sunday afternoon.Rusbees to fraternity men this tri-
Formal rush will run from tomorrow the sorority having to go through are expected to wear flats and mester.
through Wednesday with 13 parties each day." school clothes on both days. Club Items

,bids being given out on Friday. Since so few girls signed up Preferential parties are Wednesday They were Roger Coppedge, AU campus organizations -
rush, the system was changed. from 6:30 pm. to 9:30. president of Alpha Gamma Rho;
Interested in
The winter formal rush system SOme sorority houses, dUe to Rushees will pick up their Invitations Jim Daugherty IV, president of their group In promoting the-
In the Florida Union from
has been revamped over previous the limited quota system, will not Kappa Sigma; and Ron LaFace, Alligator Campus Living
2 to 5. A church dress
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be able to have
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years. year section, please submit
heels, and hat are to be worn
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extended over a two day period, ties, but they will participate to typewritten information
tomorrow and Sunday. This will Informal rush a week following preferential. The awards are based on need, by Wednesday precedingthe
give the rusbee the opportunityto formal rush.itustiees Approximately 150 girls are scholarship, and service to the week of the event.
visit eacn house. are to pick up their signed up to participate in rush. fraternity system. Funds are .
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An Atomic Attack On PovertyPresident I \

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Johnson stole some of the thunder from the critics of

the tax cut legislation by his budget trimming tactics made public I J

Wednesday.One : 19
of the more interesting observations in his bugetary realign- .rOS --.

ment was a shift of emphasis from military to domestic spending.One :- -
of the victims of the presidential paring knife is the B-47 bomber

system, which for so long was considered our main deterrent against
foreign attack. With the advancement of the Russian detection and
defense system rendering them less effective, and the advancementof ': -

the American missiles making them obsolete, it is none too soon '
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to start the phasing out process in earnest. -' -
Thus the closing of two bases in Britain, and one in Spain will not
only help trim the mammoth budget, but will help alleviate part of Sidelightsr
our balance of payments problem that has been growing more.critical

In recent years. To Flunkenstein
The most surprising partner in diminution with the B-47 budget is Adjusting

the cutback in Increases in out atomic stockpile.It .
is somewhat comforting to witness the Chief Executive's con- Stories about this thoughtlessbut
"flunkenstein" its
By HUGH MCARTHURThe ecutloner and
fidence in (..'r atomic capabilities, but it is even more comforting to faithful IBM wonder are almost -
of ses- partner In crime, the progress
a gripe
witness the direction in which he is diverting the funds: into a billion- topic many unlimited. Now and then it
sion is the unscrupulous iron ex- tests..Packaged .
dollar attack on poverty. even gets mail, and one workerin
Much has been printed in the recent year concerning the despotic the testing division said that
conditions in which a growing number of Americans must live. The -. NewsBarry about the only thing they haven't
destruction of the fixed income value of pensions by inflation, coupled received is a bomb scare.
with a problem of hard core technological unemployment has createdan The facts about the testing sys-
ugly new facet of the American Image. BlastsNEW tem are not nearly as excitingas
Nixes GOPNEW
With the' recognition that this problem can no longer be ignored, Nixon the rumors, but, nonetheless,
it Is only too appropriate that the first major funds allocated for Its HAMPSHIRESen.. Barry here they are.
YORK (UPI) Former
study should be concomitant with the reduction of spending on the Vice President Richard M..Nixon Goldwater, winding up his three- Is the University College testing
of day campaign swing in New Hampshire has to
weapons war. said yesterday he still believeshis system set up so someone
It's almost as if we were aiming our atomic cannons at the diseaseof has charged that the nation's flunk out? The answer is no.Theo-
"is not
best role as a can-
poverty. didate" for the Republican nomin- long range missiles are retically, everyone could pass any
W.C.N. ation. undependable, a charge which Defense progress test; traditionally, "a
Secretary McNamara number of students, for various
The Bus "My position'Nixonsaid"hasbeen termed "completely misleading." fail to meet the
Vanishing and still Is this --I will reasons, simply
He said the senator's statementwas
minimum standards of the testing
do anything I can to see that
"politically Irresponsible and and eliminated.Are .
nominatesand program are
the Republican party
Elimination of much campus driving and parking has created a new elects the man best qualified damaging" to the national secur- the progress tests Mickey

transportation problem for those students who will now be parkingin to be president, but I still believemy ity. Mouse? Philosophies of evaluation
the areas along Radio Road and Fraternity Row. An old problemof best role Is not as a can- currently practised at Oxford and
transportation for students living in residence halls can be taken didate." similar universities might make

more seriously in light of the new development.One Action Taken our progress tests appear as such
bus has been serving the campus during the first three periodsof and, Indeed, maybe when such a
the day. Its schedule, however, is difficult to obtain and uncertain. Explains DialecticsA comparison Is madeourprogresstests
Hume Hall residents find it impossible to depend on the shuttle are Mickey Mouse. The
the term ATLANTA (-Disciplinary important thing for you to remember -
priest was explaining
bus.Bill Wood, president of the Freshman Class said that a projectto "dialectical materialism" to his action is being taken against approximately is this: you aren't attend-

establish permanent bus stop signs along the shuttle bus route wouldbe parishioners. 100 Negro public ing Oxford, you aren't receiving
who took in
school students
discussed at a meeting of the Freshman council tonight. Earlier "Suppose," he said "a clean part your subject matter here as you
I discussion of this plan was haulted when no schedule could be obtained. and each two racial demonstrations here, would there and as a result the
man a dirty man were
Secretary of Interior, Bill DeGrove said that the schedule should be offered a bath. Which do you think school officials said yesterday. testing is necessarily different.

published and that he would supply the Alligator with such a schedule. would take it?" Deputy School Supt. Rual Ste- Instead of becoming critical and

With the new parking proceedures, more students will us 2 the bus "The dirty one," answered his phens said the students were"ille- negative, take the more difficult
service and it will probably have to be extended Routes, clearly listeners. gally out of school and truant." route and try to develop a mature
marked bus stops and strict adherence to the schedule will be necessary.The "Oh said the priest. "The understanding of the mechanicsand
no, He said they were under "routine
bus will be of value if students cannot it to themto of these tests
no depend on get clean one took the bath, becausehe treatment with respect to their purpose ; your
their classes on time. was used to being clean and offense." chances of Improved performance
With campus elections approaching, student government officials the other used to being dirty. Now will be greatly enhanced.
" will be busy with campaigns but it is hoped that they will take timeto do you understant 'dialectical Along these lines keep in mind
improve the bus service and do it in such a way as to providethe materialism'?" Scranton Out that almost all questions on a pro

needed transportation to both residents and the new influx of The parishioners did not under- gress test have been examined

commuters.It stand. And the parish priest repeated HARRISBURG, Pa. (UPIPen- closely for reliability and validityand
is suggested that at least two busses be used.. One would leave his question again. nsylvania Gov. William W. Scran- should be evaluated with this

i, the Hub and proceed west to Fraternity Row, back to Radio Road past "Now, who took the bath?" ton said flatly yesterday he does in mind. They are not just the last
\ Jennings Hall and again to the Hub. Another bus should serve the They answered: "The clean not wish to run for the Republican minute creations of an absent-
r Medical Center. one." presidential nomination and is tak- minded or eccentric professor.In .
\, Woodrow Shaw, president of the Gainesville Transit Co., said that "Oh, no," said the priest. "The ing measures to discourage his other words after the great
he would be more than happy to talk with university officials or student dirty one, because he needed it." staff and top Pennsylvania GOP poet Dryden: "A good man
\ government in an effort to solve the problem. And once again his audience leaders from pushing him for the deserves practically everything

J.H. shook their collective heads in bewilderment job. that happens to him."

I and some annoyance. --
t "Well," began the pastor once
f more. "A clean man and a dirty The Florida
AlligatorEditor
1 SURPRISE, We Make Mistakes TooThe man were each offered a bath.
Now which would take it?"

Someone offered an alternative
the most answer: "Both." ......... ........ ..... ... ..... .... ..........Walker Lundy
Alligator this week received what is possibly cogent
three-word criticism ever printed. It was actually a thick letter con- "No, no," said the priest."Nei- Managing Editor ..............................,.....Bill Fuller
taining copy clipped from the first two Issues of The Alligator (nota ther would take it, because the one Editorial Editor .... .. .... .. ... .... ..............Wayne Norfleet
was already clean and the other Sports Editor ....... ... ........ .... ..... ........Dave Berkowitz
little of which was from the editorial column). With great diligence,
and a fantastic degree of accuracy, our anonymous critic encircledour preferred his dirt. Now, for the Campus Editor ................ .. .......,.. ......... John Askins
mistakes. Mistakes in spelling, transposed words and dangling last time, which man would take Wire Editor .................................... ...:Bob Thomas
participles (whatever THEY are) all found themselves surrounded by the bath?" Feature Editor ................,................Cynthia Tunstall
his sarcastic ovals of red ink. "Neither," came another alter- Campus Living Editor......... ... ...,...., .......Judy Lynn Prince

the first editorial that announced our intention of becoming native .. and final .. answer.
Across
page ditorial Assistants....Ernie Litz, Jonn Hancock, James DeMaio,
the best college newspaper In the South, were penned these "You are wrong again, said Gail Sobering, Glenn Laney.
the "Both would take the
priest.
words "nice try, anyway. Reporters....Mike Power, Karen Hack, Peggy Blanchard, Douglas
of deflated we would like to offer bath, because the clean man likesto
the properly
In spirit our ego, Molitor, Donlta Mathison, Sally Stock, Kathie Martin, Carol Nobis,
him a Job as copy reader, so we can catch these mistakes BEFORE bathe and the dirty one neededto.
Ann Carter
Joe Kollin
Stan Kulp, Pam Pulley, Jim Castello, Phil
The fact that he remains brings Now do you understand 'dia-
anonymous up
published.
they get Hevener, Agnes Fowles, Ronald Meserve, Arthur Weitzner, Grover
t the last point in this painful admission of guilt. lectical materialism'? Robinson, Bob DeLoach, Fran Snider, Fred Lane.
The writers for the Alligator make their mistakes for the wholer "How can we understand when

r world (or at least a small part of it) to see, and In order to facilitate you give us"a different answer THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaper of the
criticism, dutifully print our initials below each column. A quick check every time? asked the parish- University of Florida and Is published five times :weekly except duringthe

with the mast head, and soon the whole university is using another ioners." months of May, June, and July, when a weekly issue is published.
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r Mar; enbad' Corps Sets TestA




Playing At Union Peace Corps placement test is Volunteers must be American
scheduled for tomorrow in room citizens, at least 18 years old.
-- 331 of the Main Post Office. Married couples are eligible if
By DON FEDERMAN sent, or future. Events are Juggled vent is seen differently by each both qualify and have no depen-
Playing today and Saturday at such that the viewer can never be of the main characters, and when OfficialsPersons dents under 18 years old.
the Florida Union is Alan Res- quite sure where he is in the pic- the event Itself changes. To qualify for the test, applicants
nais' controversial discussion ture. The only point of referenceis What this all amounts to Is that interested in must fill our a Peace Corps
piece "Last Year At Marienbad." the simple dramatic action of Resnals has utilized the camerain working as election officials Questionnaire and send it to the
By controversial, I mean that the plot; that is, the fact that a order to show that we live an during the spring electionsare Peace Corps or bring it to the
this picture cannot be viewed as man has come to an European resort existence that Is but a negationof urged to apply at the stu- testing center.
a series of sequential events which to convince a girl to come exlste1-, a life so dead and dent government office on the The placement test helps the
lead to a dramatc result. For in away with him.Futhermore. static that we function like pre- third floor of the Florida Peace Corps determine the over-
this picture, Resnais has made it the movie becomes cise mathmatical formulas. And Union. seas assignment for which appli-
impossible: to perceive past,preWAYNE more complex when the same e- what Is more frightening is that Under-Secretary of the Interior cants are best qualified.
we are so used to our well-or- Cliff Davis said In- Duo Leads Off
Former UF Student dered life such that we are afraidto divldualsworklng a minimumof
live. five hours or a maximumof
Resnals opens his film with a ten will be paid seventyfive Concert SeasonEdward
lengthy series of shots of the Interior cents an hour. Davis
Minister To SpeakWayne of a Baroque manorial hotel. said 82 officials are needed Troupin, violinist, and
To this he adds a repetitive com- for the elections. Carolyn Troupin, pianist, Inaugu-
Poucher, former UF student featured speaker for the "Cam- mentary and a monotonous organ Applications may be madein rate the Winter Trimester concert h
paign for prelude which aid the In room 311 on Monday from with
minister and nationally- Christ" scheduled camera season a faculty concert In
known radio commentator will be Monday through Friday in Gaines- creating an atmosphere of suspen- 3:30 to 5 p.m., Tuesday 1 University Auditorium, next Tues-
ville. sion. When the people are first to 5 p.m., Wednesday 2:30to day, at 8.15 p.m. The program includes -
Services will be each eveningin seen, they are as frozen as the 3:30 and 4:30 to 5 p.m., compositions by Bach, Mozart -
Gainesville High School audi- statues. When they finally move, I Thursday 2:30 to 5 p.m., and Brahms, and Schonberg. Admission -
torium. their actions are but a series of I 2:30 to 5 p.m. Friday. is free.
Lecture subjects include: Mon- conventional mannerisms, as J I
day, "God's First Command n meaningless as the ornamentationof
Sex"; Tuesday, "God'sSecondCommand5cience" the hotel.
a ;Wednesday, The plot is set against this back-
"God's Greatest Command ground. The heroine Is beautifuland
Obedience", Thursday, "Is bored, and set apart from the HEAR !
iI Christianity Socialistic?"; Fri- other guests.Her husband is clever
day, "Christ's Prayer For You"; (particularly at cardsbut boring.
Saturday, "Where is God?" The hero comes to take her away
Poucher, probably best known from the horrid life, remindingher
for his work on the national radio that It almost happenedlast
program "Life Line," was the year. She cannot believe that WAYNEPOUCHER
originator and dally speaker on the this man exists and offers proofs
program from 1958 through 1963. that he is a liar. Yet, she grad-
He is now commentator on the national ually overlooks her contrary know-
radio show"Wayne Poucher ledge as she Is taken by the idea
From Washington," heard in this of emancipation from her present
POUCHER area. state. In the end, she runs off
with the hero, her husband unable -
to react.It .
Research Library seems to me that the trouble
with Resnais is that he succeedstoo
well in his Imagery. After
awhile, Resn:..' statement of
Planned For 1964Plans boredom becomes more boring
than the boredom.If your toleranceIs NATIONALLY KNOWN MINISTER

high, then Marienbad will bea AND RADIO COMMENTATOR -
for a research library at The research library is designed -
the UF are being drawn up and for the faculty and graduate stimulating experience; other- (Formerly Lifeline Broadcast)
wise, it will be little more thanan
actual construction on the projectis students at the UF. It will be
uniquely static experience.
slated to begin in the fall of located at the north end of the
1964, according to Stanley West, Plaza of the Americas between
UF library director. Flint and Anderson Hall. ROTC
TakingApplications
"The new facility will be financed West said the three-story struc- In The
by the money we received ture will be made so it can be
when the state bond issue was enlarged wuen necessarY.
passed in the fall," West said, "The new building will even-
"and the cost of the library will tually have over 1,000,000 volumesit Applications are now being accepted -
be 2250000." It. The present main library for Advanced Course Army CAMPAIGNFOR
will then hold only 10,000 books." ROTC cadets for the winter tri-
In addition to the large supplyof mester, according to Colonel
Talbot books the research facility will James T. Hennessey, professor
contain special seminar rooms for military science.
special graduate courses. Qualified students entering the
Running West said the main problem in Army ROTC Advanced Course for
the library has been the "lack of the first time in the winter tri-
WjS. Talbot,principal of Gainesville space for people to sit down." mester may be commissioned second -
High School, and a UF gra- In order to Increase the readingand lieutenants as early as August -
duate announced Thursday can- study areas In the main library 1965. CHRISTGAINESVILLE
didacy for the office of county the catalogue departmentwill Those eligible to enroll at this
school superintendent.A be moved to the new research time Include students with prior
resident of Gainesville for library.In active military service, and students -
27 years, Talbot has been principal addition, the stacks will be who have completed any
at GUS for six years. Talbot opened and study carrels will be military ROTC basic Course, including HIGH SCHOOL
received his bachelor's and provided for undergraduate use. those with four years AUDITORIUMJAN.
master's degree in education from Study carrels in the main library Junior ROTC.
the UF. have been reserved for graduate Qualified junior college trans
his students. ferees are encouraged to apply.
Talbot said he will be own
campaign treasurer and the The new library will take almost Interested students requiring additional -
Florida National Bank will be his two years to build with the information are requestedto
despository for campaign contri- completion date set for July of contact Col. Hennessey, ROTC
butions. 1966. Building. 13-18

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Blast Hurricanes 114 91By


GLENN LANEY From that moment on there was Miami Jumped off to a quick
Assistant Sports Editor antagonism between the two 4-0 lead and it looked like a re-
squads.
neat of the last ga-ne. Then all
Florida literally hit Miami with The last game between these the Gators got hot. With over 14
everthing it had last night as the same two clubs saw Miami hand minutes left to play in the half
"Fighting Gators"raa the cocky Florida a 95-79 defeat. The main the Gators for 'ed ahead 14-12 and
Hurricanes right off the reason was the hot shooting of bewildered Miami never caughtup.
court, 114-91 for a new scoring John Dampier and Barry. At the half the score stood
record. Last night Dampier didn't score 54-43 and tM observant fans
The second half saw both a point until the second half and smelled a scoring record.
benches empty as Dick Tomlinsonof was held to six total. The reason
Florida and Miami's top scorer, for the sudden turnabout was

Ray Barry, threw punches at each Brooks Henderson, who held Midway in the second half Florida -
Dampier) to four points.
other. Henderson also led led by as many as 26 points.
the Gators
The pre-game warmup provided offensively as he poured in 28 Miami then went into a full court HAVE\ VouSf SEEN YouR
indication of what to
an was come.
narrowed the
They margin
points in Florida's record breaking press.
-
Florida came on the court first, performance. Richard Peek hit to 14 points, but then the Gators .
but Miami came on a few min-
for 15, Tom Baxley hit for 19 started hitting again.
utes later and pushed the Gatorsto and Dick Tomlinson pumped for, SEMI(4JoLE( REPRESENTATIVE ? .
the other end of the court. 23.

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SPORTS Florida's next opponent is Au-
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UF swimming team, going the 200 yd. backstroke swimmingthe Y
after its ninth Southeastern distance in 2:20.1 and King r iIt
Conference Championship in a finished first in the 200 breast-
row, moved a step closer yes- stroke in 2:28.8.
terday with a 58-35 win over Florida's 400 yd. freestyle relay .
Georgia. squad downed its Bulldog coun- SUE L'- /\r TIE HUB NEXT
Florida won 10 of 11 events in terparts.The .
dunking the Bulldogs.The UF freshman team openedits t
meet, held in rain varying 1964 campaign with a 63-28 WEEK MONDA'( TUESDAY
from a drizzle to a downpour,saw triumph over Georgia' frosh ,
only one record broken as the UF tankers. I
400 yd medley relay team com- The varsity meets Georgia Tech THURSDAYWAY./ ; ONLY '
posed of Dick Farwell, Charlie Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at Florida BROOKS HENDERSON I .
King, Jerry Livingston and Jim Pool.
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Roos cleared the course in a time flf,3.oo
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Georgia's only first came in the
200 yard individual medley with
Justus 2:24.0. Baird taking the race in CASH a.

Bill Corbin captured two firsts
with a 1:57.1 in the 200 yd. free-
style and 5:42.8 in the 500 yd.
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machines in each apartment. Walkto afternoon and some Saturday work.
Call Pete Olson at 2-9363 or 2-
a university. Shown by resident Boys club. After 1:00. Call
4 9437.(G-70-3t-c).
manager. Apt No.1,Campus Apts. Charley Dobbs 2-5341. (C-
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Continued 1960 ALFA ROMEO .
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Ideal for students. (B-70-lt-p). duate, nurse or business girls. car. Phone 28588. $65. (C-
ATTRACTIVE ROOM with central 1962 AUSTIN HEALEY 3000 MK
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backyard. 916 N.E. 8th Ave. 3727918. (B-71-lt-c 2 bedroom apartment. All the
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KThe F IC)rida Alligator I 'Ii ii ~64 Bryant, Over U TALI.LAHIAMFit (U PT -(iv. Fat board cif Control members were bet cv secretly yesterday to iis u155 thu oc university in east -rent, ul F lot is. Bryant told newsmnn this wepk that to board memib& r about pies sure by Print Sale Set Monday "'Art --heap"' is t iiroffic ias thnmu cif next week's I lotrida Union print sal f e.m i u po e the print sale Is to provide a reasonably good arid inexpensive reproduction o( art that the Atudent or faculty member may put in his room, offh e, or home,,,' said Union IDirector BIll Rion. TIhe pai nt s ale runs J an I 3-I 7 from I to I p.m. iin the Social Room of the Florida Union. Ther t will he so nit 2,500 prInts by seve' al well-known artists ivailable for puixhase. Another purpose of the print sale is financial. profits from the sale go ror niore programs for the students. Ricn said. $1I Millio t Near Construction on a million-dollar motel at the northeast corner of 13th Street and West Uiversity Avenue is expected to begin about February I, the Alligator learned yesterday. located just north of the former site of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE)8 fraternity house, the proposed project is valued at $1 million, according to city building records. Records also list the future V.O.T.E I Board rivers' ri, B ryalit and iii tohbe meet inu adicin >f nw he would talk spact Offtc(a11 Mum y Site to locaih tht inistitutioi losei to ( ap. ktrnrlly tii.ii woiulci t* possibhe with sites low iuhitl l ontdl1 .ititil. Boirc Chiairrmbir iIay.r liii risoi Ti-., St. Itersbui g, said \Veiesday lie hati hot yet tilktd tgo hrvn ha. risoni hecktcl into Icitial hotel alorg with thr.e other bojilriimemitp. thi, rio' iiig, but lf lit I (rm immedlatelv -idc (,.uldt rit w tiatI Als nissri were (toverir assist ujt J ame s wuri (ulpeppI*, Hoard of (0n lb, Bltyard, hiis chiuf kvfnes and F. liiidirettor Ufth Nokxdy would I onflm ~It, buit it was presumed the group was meeting somewhere in Tallahtssde to talk about ibeuniversity site ahead of today's meeting at which the board was scheduled to nmake final decision. Culpepper's secretary would report only that Mr. C alpepput went to a meetig at the Capitol" but lie could not be located ini any of the usual meeting places. FARRIS BRYANT shhhhhh Motel Campus name of the proposed structure as the Ramaden lMotel. Owner of the property at this location Is the Wingreen Company, 2212 Hiscayne Blvd. in Miami. This corner has been vacant for least four years and speculation concerning Its possible use has warmed since the SAE house was razed sometime ago on the opposite corner. At this time the city is battling three law suits concerning possible use of that land. Picks 1 ly MIKE POWER Staff Write, The .O.T.E. party speeded up it last night by selecting Richard (D viee-presidentlaj running mate Ic Frank Harshaw. Adams of party house-. C:ulp.-jper said Wednesday the purpose of the space-age university was principally to serve prospective students in the east-central area, not C PC Kennedy. He said he would urge the board to make its final decision today but did riot know whether the board Alligator Staff Meets The Alligator st a meeting In the the Florida Union day at 4:30 p.m. Tonight aft will hold basement of Budildinrg toPersons interested In working with The Alligator may attend. LIQUID SUNSHINE ..lflce that of the lost two days pours down on unprepored Phyll is Eisenburg, I UC, as she charges towards the shelter of The All igator photogmapber s umbrella yesterday. (Photo by Carolyn Johnston) New Forida Union Construetlo By P111 Ii-EYR Staff Wiler Worries concerning lih, nature ofthe soil at the site of the planned $ S mlIlion V or ida Union proved to be unfounded, but additional studies required has delayed construction three mnonthis, according to Union 1)1rector Bill The Flew Uiori will be located ini an area west of McCarty Rail now o< cupied by flavet I. 'Soil tests taken in mid-1963 indicated a soil condition which licePresident his freshmancasada preieto the Florida Youth Workshop whea theU. campaign wheels Mickey) Adams is 'r prexy hopeful accepted the nomination at a small meeting cohorts at the Delta Phi Epsilon sorority I am proud to accept the V.O.T.E. party viceV.O.T.E. party p r.e Harshaw said he was the selection of Adams. s ide n ti a l extremelyy candidate Frank pleased" about HIs experience, especially in the legislative and executive branches, Is absolutely necessary to the vice-president. I am extremely pleased that Dick Adams has acceptdthe vice-presidential candidacy !L1Delayed wu require the I iI al Ia Iion of m X1rISIV foinidaton,' 'ai The testing lirni doing the analysis or the samples questioned the mnaniwr In which the soil tests had he.n taken and suggested a re -testinrg befo re altering plans and specifications f'or the Union. Results of the re-testing rereived a month ago Inicated no c:hange In the foundation was necessary. "Wednesday the final set of plans consisting of 152 pageS was received and approvedhy the Union Bids which were formerly set to be opened Dec. 19, 1963 have beer rsetfor Marchb 5,kacords':hoduied for th, latter part of March or early April. Planned recreation and eating facilities will includ, a 26-lane bowlins alley and a cafeteria seatling 650 perSons. 2

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A Study Break With Othello, The Magnificent Basset a Th 1ir2 N And they call tis a humane -societyIt's I was supposed to graduate in '64, but a few 'C" put me behind.A A dog Is man's best friend, or so the old adge goes. But for who is a dog's best trlptnd,.rnk Othcoursesello, a new but unregistered student at the tu courses versi, IS thorolubh-bred bisset hound, a rd probatty knows more about his family tree, titan you know about yours. Othello Is maing his home In Gainesville with his owner Judy L~ynn Prince. When asked how he likes student ilife. (thell I ags' Life sad he is finding iraher tlresome, with the exception of his social life on the weekends. As a matter of ract, there are .%omle rumors around campus lbhat I thillo really stejis the show whet, he does Sdsnce .all*d the ''og"' at parties. The thing he likes least Is the rart that there aren't too many girl basset houwds around the university. 'Oh well," Othello wa' heard to comment. "Man always Says It's a Iog's life. V *~* .--J -. *.&; :*~ *-.4 *1 I -I don't think I'll ever pass C-52. Sorority Rush Activities To O p e n W it GhatFeshelltwesh't!'I'"mki"ng' OpenWit Gal FetiviiesIFC Awards Three Grants Gal. festivities get under way tomorrow for muheen and sororIty girls here at the UF. Formal nusb will its from to.morrowthroogh Wednesday with Gayle Bauer, Panbhllenlc Cotmeil president, said ''The nw system gives the Sdvantage to the rushee wtlle ttkdg th. burden off the sorority baving to go throsab 13 parties eact day.". 1. rr ,n -. *. Invitations tomorrow from) LID. to rno In the Florida Union. The fitut informal parties are totnun-' row andSunday afternoc. Rumbens are nxpected to 'yar flats andi school clothes -n bod, days. Preferential parties are WedInter-Fratermity CowncUl (iFC) has awarded thin. tuition scholarsbips to fraternity men this timest r. .--. obnamed vetst. f r om IFC-noonrd Clu Ite gms

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ead i to ri al s An Atomic Attack On Poverty jPl4ejrjtnt .jc'tistjr ,tol, sIomie of thit ri'mj ijcri Thti, zt so lie tax cut I-gislstioi by hi~s L~udget trinirmigi ta U s r''de pul,liL Wednesday. One of the more interesting ob~srvatijnS in hIs hugetary rralignment was a shift of emphasis from military to dImtid spe iri. One of the victims of the presidential pa rinhg knrate isthe 13-47 bonhl system, which for so long w as onside rett our matin dete r renit aga ist fore igni attack.* W th the ad van e me it of the kus s i detec tiorn aji defense system rendering them less efrectiv,, arnd the advaiiemtd of the American missiles making them (,sOlete, it Is lone too soon to start the phasing out process in earnest. Thus the closing of two bases in, Britain, and one i spain will ot only help trim the mammoth budget, but will help alleviate part of out balance of piayiTenits problem that has b~ern growing mc! e c ritual Th tiost srprising partner ini diminution with the 11-47 budget is the cutback in increases in out atomic stockpile. It is somewhat eomfrortibg to witness the Chief Executive's 'or'[idlerce im r 'r atomic capabilities, but it is ever' more comforting to witne's the dir,'ctlon in which he is diverting the funds: ,ito a billiontoll ar attack on pnv rtv. Mudh has been printed ini the recent year couctrii the depotic cornitioris in which a g'rowirig number of Americans must live. The iestriirtioii of the fixed I"inic value of pensions by inflation, coupled with a problem of hard core technological unt'nployment has created a' IJIg lew facet of the A meriran image. With the recognition that this pr(,blem~ carn no longer be ignored, it is only ftx, appropriate that the first major funds allocated for its study should be concomitant with the reduction of spending on the weapolls of war. It's almost a.' if we were aiming our atomic cannons at the disease of poverty. W.C.N. The Varnshing Dus Elinmation of much campus driving and parking has (reate(d a new transportation problem for those students who will nkiw be parking in thw areas along Radio Road and Fraternity lHow. An old problem of transportation for students living iin residence halls Carl be taken more set mousty in light of the new development. One bus has been serving the campus during the frst three periods of the day. its schedule, however, Is difficult to obt ala and uncertain. Humre Flail residents rind it impossible to depend on the shuttle lbts'. 11111 Wood, pT esident of the Freshmtian C liss said bha aprolett to establish permantrnt bus stop signs along the shuttle bus route would be tiiscussed at a merttng of the F reshm an council tonight. Ear11cr lisussiotn of this plan was haulted when 1n0 schedule could be obtained. Secretary of Interior, Bill De~rove said that the scthediuli should lie pubillishied aiid that he would supply the Alligator with sttl .scheiule. With thle new park ng proreedurts, more stukrnts will us the bus sevice .tndc It will pirobab, Iy have to be exti'nided Roul es, clearly mr k.'d bus stops aind strict adherence to the schedule will lbt neesr' The Iims will he of no V lut if stud nts cannot depend or, it to get them to thleur I asses on tumit. Wit, c amnpis ci. tons approach I ig, s tudlenit gove rnrment offi cia Ms will 1w busy with canmpsigns but it is hoped that they will take time to inmprove the bus service and tk it in such away as to provide the iceded transportation to both residents and the new influx of cormmiterF,' It is suggested that it least two busses be used. One would leave the Hub and proceed west to Fraternity Row, back to R adio lHoad past .einngs hail and again to the hub. Another bus should serve the Medical Center-. Woodrow Shaw, president of the Gainesville Transit Co., said that lie would be more than happy to talk with university officials or student government in an effort to solve the problem. SURPRISE, We Make Mistakes Too The Alligator this week received what is possibly the most cogent three-word criticism ever printed. It was actually a thick letter contamning copy clipped from the first two issues of The Alligator (not a little of which was from the editorial column). With great diligence, and a fantastic degree of accuracy, our anonymous critic encircled our mistakes. Mistakes In spelling, transposed words and dangling participles (whatever THEY are) all found themselves surrounded by his sarcastic ovals of red ink. Across the first page editorial that announced our intention of becoming the best college newspaper in the South, were penned these words ---"nice try, anywayIn the spirit of our properly deflated ego, we would like to offer .A-.-----------------------.a .amne s --D J{1 it Li -. Sidelights Adjusti By 11KtH M(ARTAUR The topic of nany a grip. sesMion is the unscrupulous Iron eXA To Flunkenstein ecutijiner "fluiikeristein"' and its partn. r in crime, the progress tests. Packaged News -NIXOn Nxes NiGOP NEW YORK (UPf) -Former Vice President Richard M. Nixon said yesterday he still believes his best role "is not as a candidate" for the Republican nomination. ''My position,"'Nixon said,"'has been and still is this --I will do anything I can to see that the Republican party nominates and elects the man best qualified to be president, but I still believe mry best role is riot as a candidate." Explains Dialectics A priest was explaining the term '"dialectical rmaterialism"' to hls parishioners. '"Suppose,'' he said ''a clean man and a dirty man were each offered a bath. Which do you thirkd would take it?"' ''The dirty ozw,'' answered his listeners-. "'Oh, rio,'' said the priest. "'The clean one took the bath, because he was used to being cleat, and the oilher used to being dirty. Now dto yot' understant dialecticall ide r1 ls m. The parishioners did riot under-. stand. And the parish priest repeated his 1qtestioni again. ''tow, who took the bath"' They answered: rho cletn one.", '"Oh, no," said the priest. "The dirty one, because he needed it."' And once agaIn his audience shook their collective heads inbe-. wilderment and some annoyance. "Well," began the pastor once mnwac h offere a h Now which would take it," Sorwone offered an alternative answer: ''Roth.'' "No no," said the priest. 'Nei-. ther would take it, because the one was already clean and the other preferred his dirt. Now, for the last time, which man would take the bath?" "'Neither,'' came another alter-. native -and final -answer. "You are wrong again," said the priest. "Both would take the bath, because the clean mali likes to bathe and the dity o ne needed Barry Blasts NEW HAMPSHIRE -Sen. Barry Goldwater, winding up his threeday campaign swing iriNew Hampshire, has chargedthat the nation's long -range missiles are undependable, a charge which Defense Secretary MvcNamara t--ere completely le'-ain"'' lie said the senator's statement was "politically irresponsible and damaging to t he national Sed urATLANTA (UPI) -disciplinary action is being taken against approximately 100 N eg ro public school students who took part in two racial demonstrations hern, school officials sud yesterd ay IDeputy School Supt. lHual Sue_pheins said the students were fillegaily out of school and truant.'' lie said they were under 'routine treatment with respect to their offense.'' Scranton O ut ItA RIUS II G, P a. (UP1) -Pen nsyivania Coy. Willham W. Scrantori saod flatly yesterday he does not wish to run for the Republican presidential nomin'atoiand is Iklng measures to discourage him staff and top Peniisylvama G P leaders from pushing him for the Stories about this thoughtles but faithful IBM wonder alp lmost unlimitted. Now and thin even gets mal, and one worked in the testing division said th.a about the only thing they hive,'t received is a bomb scare. The facts about the testing systern are not nearly s exntii as the rumors, but, nonetheless, here they are. is the UniversityCnllege testing system set up SO someone has Ic flunk out? The answer Is no. Theoretically, everyone could pass any progress test; tradIitionally, number of students, for various reasons, simply fall to meet the minimum standards of the testing program and are eliminated. Are the progress tests Mickey Mouse' Philosophies of evaluatloi currently practised at Oxford aid similar universities might mike our progress tests appear ra uet, and, indeed, maybe when sucL a comparison is made,our proem tests are Mickey Mouse. The important thing for you to remember is this: you aren't attendiing Oxford, you aron't recflvinv your subject matter here is youi would there and as a result tbe testing is necessarily different. Instead of becoming critical intl negative, take the more diffhicl! route and try to develop a miatule unde rstand, ng of the rncihild< S and purpose of these tests; yelm chances of improved perfor man~rce will he greatly enhanced. Along these lines keep in mriri that almost all questions Otis progress test have been exnmImte( ciosely for reliability and validity and should be evaluated witb this ini inind. They are riot just the last mliniute creations of an absentminded or eccentric professor. In other words after the great poet Dryden: "A good man deserves practically everything lhnt happens to him.'' The Florida Alligator Editor ...Walker Lundy Nianagimg Editor ...Bll Fuller E editorial Editor ..,. .Wayne Norfleet Sports Editor ...Dave EierkcOwitt (ampus Editor ..,.JOhnl Askins Wire Editor *. ...BobTholas Feature Editor .Cynthia Tumnstall Campus Living Editor. ....*. .....udy LynnPrince ditorial Assistants .Ernie Lit;, Jonn, Hancock, James DeMalo, Gail Sobering, Glenn Laney. Reporters. Mike Power, Karen Hack, Peggy Blarichard, Douglas Molitor, Donita Mathison, Sally Stock, Kathie Martin, Carol Nobis,

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C NJEM A hi By DON FEDERMAN plew t' i st .eii A t M il ieiit.a i Fly (olntrivel Sid, 111tII that rlis piciure taiiixt be \ 'we il a. Series of sfqiientlaI event' wIhirh ldto .dramatic result. F or In tic is picture, Hesnas h:Ls male it imo b to per'eive .pastpr.F ormer Minister U F T o Wayne Poucher, former UT t,. lent mini ste r and nationallyknownl radio commentator will be WAYNE POUCHER Resea90rch dP nned Plans for a research library at the UF are being drawn up nd actual construction on the project is slated to begin in the fall of 19(4, according to Stanley West, Uf' library director. "'The new facility will be firanced by the money we received when the 5tate bond issue was passed in dhe fall,'' West said, arid the cost of the library will be S2,250,OOO."' Running W.S. Talbot, principalofGalnesville High school, and a UF graduate announced Thursday his candidacy for the office of county school superintendent. A resident of Gainesville for 27 years, Talbot has been principal at GHS for six years. Talbot received his bachelor's and master's degree in educationfrom the UF. Talbot said he will be his own campaign treasurer and the Florida National Bank will be his despository for campaign contributions. Marienbad' At 'I [' [ l [ | | t he plu it I, Ji [ as C oilli' IO o 1 111opean rewit to convin< +a ga 1 to eme away willi hmiel more, the NUdebecome more r amph-'x when the same eStudent Speak featured speakel on the "( am-. paign foi C h r i st'' scheduled Monday through I rufay inGainesville. Services will be ear h evening in Gainesville High School iliditorium. Lecture sublects include: Monday, "God's First Command -Sex"; Tuesday, "God'sSecond Command--Science"; Wednesday, God's G creates Command -Obedience", Thursday,'Is Christianity Socialistic?"; Friday, "Christ's Prayer For You"; Saturday, "Where is God?" Poucher, probably best known for his work on the national radio program "Life Line," was the originator and dailyspeakeronthe program from 1958 through 1963. He is now commentator on the national radio show'Wayne Poucher From Washington," heard in this area. L e r a r Y I .1 Playing -', t i .. .s .e hfe sta hat we function like piei iw mathmitical fut mulas. \nd what is more frightening is that we ne su used to nul well-or=~ ""~~~ liesnats opens his film with a lengthy series of shots of the in--I'o this he aduls a repetitive commentary .uid a monotonous org.m prelude, which .ud the camera in creating an atmosphere of suspension. When the people are first seen, they are as frown as the statues. When they finally move, their actions are but a series of conventional mannerisms as meaningless as the ornamentation of the hotel. The plot is set against this background. The heroine is beautiful and bored, handset apart from the other guests.Herhusbandiselever (particularly at cards)but boring. The hero comes to take her away from the horrid life, reminding her that it almost happened last year. She cannot believethat this man exists and offers proofs that he is a liar. Yet, she gradually overlooks her contrary knowledge as she is taken by the idea of emancipation from her present state. In the end, she runs off with the hero, her husband un--able to react. It seems to me that the trouble with Resnais is that he succeeds too well in his imagery. After awhile, Resna.' statement of boredom becomes more boring than the boredom.If yourtolerance is high, then Marienhwi will be b i tl i orot an uniquely static experience. R OTC T k Applications are now being actepted for Advanced Course Army ROTC cadets for the winter trimester, according to Colonel James T. liermessey, professorof military science. Qualified students entering the Army ROTC Advanced Course for the first time in the winter trimester may be commissioned second lieutenants as early a.s August, 1965. Those eligible to enroll at this time include students with prior active military service, and students who h ave completed any military ROTC basic Course, including those with fouryears Junior ROTC. Qualified junior college transferees are encouraged to apply, Interested students requiring additional information arerequested to contact Col. Hennessey, ROTC Building. Union s corps -------it) i 1 i i dfit I i uting the spling aus fiel [ e UI pmI n1 -10[11\ Lt ihe sIll-ut amei 'i:nent otHee on the "Ot of me i les i 1 men. Under-serietais of the Intetter t lift Dals sud in ==== el ten will be p.ml seventyfive cents an hour, D.ista for the eh i hons-? -Applications tnay be 10.ute in room all on Monde from 3:30 to 3 p.m., Tuesday i to 5 p.m., Wednesttay 2:30 to 3:30 ,wd 4:30 to 5 p.m.a Thursday 2:30 to 5 p.m., and & 2:30 to 5 p.m. I riday. NO MM ne located at the north end of the Plaza of the Americas between Flint and Anderson ffallWest saidthethreentory strueture will be made so it t.m he enlarged wuen necessaiv. "The new building will eventually have over l,000,000volume, it it. The present mam lihial y will then hold only 10,000 books." In addition to the large supply of books the research facility will contain special semear looms for special graduate courses, West said the main problem in the hbrary has been the "lack of space for people to sit
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Gators Bomb Blast Hurrica By GLENN LANEY Assistant Sports Editor, [ Dii ii., It rall hIt M tinm t h esthing It had last night as, thr ightiug (,ators 'ra I the rocky I~urrl~I e es right off the court, 111-91 for I new scuirrng The second half "aw' both h nches empty as VP k To mu isun of Vlorida rid Miami's tOP worel, ltay Barry, threw plunhek at each ['he pre-game warmupprovided in indlcationi of what wis to come. lorida came on the court first, it, aer ad pushedathe Gtr to the other end of the court. I '1 A L Record Book, ines, tin e, unr'l~r'i Itfeit flht main retsuln w p. hi' hot shunttlog of ,Juhn alnpwI arid Harry. I ist mght tinmpre, riih't '(ore a ;,olnt ujitil IhN seninnd h.,lI and w191h11 tO siX (ttl. rhc reabo, for the sudditen tuirrnahbut was [oks l rlernur who helti ()tf niey ih purd ii2 points in Floridas ret-u j Ia I'I perrormna'I. b TharriPeekhlilt ad Dick Toml I sn pnirfo 114 91 hiuts bift t. l m (.tfljtrs forci ilhi i? 14-12 j ul blwjdeLId Mu nrew.r a ih ILp. Al the h! i, i~t. >ri0li' I til 11 Milw ty in the .pinmt jit! o-l a ci w icy n ~l klis pre>s. llhe 'ix rowed thie margin to I4 p.its', hui their the (, ury 'liii hrttiirr igun. FEveii the Cii got Iintt t pit tur" *. they pali I ipat.'d ii somi pre-RAiii -henna iig.uim. 'Tn. fun-. 401 lioln (f .1 rupie of Mian, Wi fl miJ) tasketlba~s andl gletrul v tEISSed thIem I ilti. F lotida' S next opponent Is Auhurr,. The gami '45I bui S1:I p.mi. Saturday ulghc In Florida Gym. UF Tankers Topple Georgia Team 58-35 'rhe Ull swimming team, going after its iininth Soul plaster,, Conference Championship mn a row, moved a step closer yestteriay with a SA-35 win over Georgia. 1211itda won 10 of II events ci 'irmrkmrg lhe Bulldogs. The riwet, held ,u rat varying ruma drizzle to ,.downpour, saw cinly onle recordi broke'' is theIE 400 yd medley relay kilTi cornpcsedi of DIrck Far well, (Ihirlit Roos cleared the ('(uri>, li .1 timet (corgia's only (iiia cuime iiint' 200 yard individual miedley with .I istus lanrd taking the iatt ii 224.0. lull Corbin captured t wr firsts with a 1:57.1 in the 200 yd. IrN-. style mnd 5:42.8 ini the 500 yi. freestyle. Alan Iauweartplacd first iin the 50 yd. freestyle for [lhe G ators with a tlockmng of 24.0 Setonrds. Ray Whitehouse, Livingston, Rod Hubbert and King each won an individual event. Whitehouse won the 200 yd.butterny with a time of 2:1 2.7, Liy ingston captured tht 100 yd. freeSt l I 9. ec n s, l i -br t o ok the 200 yd. backstroke swimnricg the distance in 2:20.1 and King finished first Ia the 200 breaststroke ini 2:28.8. FlorIda's 400 yd. freestyle relay squad downed its Bulldog coun-. terparts. The UF freshman teami opened Its 1964 campaign with a 63-28 ftituumph over G oct04'' frosh rankets. The varsity meetsGeorgiaToch l'o e t1: ~m liha Marion Finance FR 6-5333 Loans up to $600 22 BROOKS HENDERSON 2 W. Univ. Ave. opportunity: Opportunity is built into a career at IBMopportunity for training, education, financial rewards, and other benefits. I But especially opportunity to face the unique challenge of today's-and tomorrows--information handlhng problems. I Ask your college placement officer for our brochures. I Check with htm for an appointment with the IBM representative wvho will be interviewing on campus. I IBM is an Equal OpporHAVe You SEMNOLE 98El't SHELL SEEN 8E AT TlE -MONP,%Y THURDAY FkIAY. 00 To HUB C I (CL 1a ,, .OtIL FouR PAYS ToORDER so HuRRY! LIGA TOR YouR RPREENTATNE? .4I -NEXT TUESPAC ONLY OIR"ER YouR flooK. M'

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