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Gator Party Drafts# Ken Kennedy





New Group Formed I



The Florida To Oppose V.OJ.E.



By MIKE POWER ,
Staff Writer

Alligator Ken Kennedy, former UF Rhodes Scholar nominee and present

Graham Area Council advisor, last night announced his candidacy

for the student body. j

The new party, labeled the Gator party, selected Kennedy as Its

Vol.56, No.73 University of FloridaGainesville MondayJanuary 13,1964 presidential hopeful In a kick-off meeting at the Alpha'Epsllon Pi t.

_. fraternity house. (,
-

Are New Traffic Rules Working? He was Florida's Rhodes ,
Bob Mounts Scholar nominee in 1961.

I See Tomorrow's Alligator Kennedy said he was"very thrilled -

humbled and flattered"at
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v q Y. 1 his selection.
Named Clerk
"This is a wonderful opportunity -

rx to make a contribution," he


Of Honor Court I / said.Kennedy, 29-year-old 3LW, is

x active in dormitory affarlrs. lie a

Honor is a member of Florida Dlue
Court Justice Dob Mountswas 1
appointed Clerk of the Court Key, the UF Hall of Fame and Y

Friday replacing former Clerk Alpha Tau Omega fraternity.

Tom Gibson, who resignedfor He attneded Century High Schoolin
South Flomatan (near Pensa-
"personal reasons.
cola) and worked with the FBI
Mounts, 4AS, has been a justice -
since last February, and has ser- x investigation division after grad-

ved previously as vicechancellor.Mounts uation.
Kennedy is a captain in the Ma-
appointment will pro-
bably be approved Thursday by the I rine Corps Reserve where, at 19,

court justices, according to Chan- he became the youngest officerIn

cellor Herb Blessing, who appointed modern Marine history whileon
him. active duty. KEN KENNEDY

As an undergraduate, he servedas I
"I am very honored and grateful -
of the Pre-Law Club
that I have been chosen to president

replace Tom Gibson. He gave himself and University Religious Associa- "' I.. .----
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in tion, production coordinator of ,
many capacities while hereat c e? P
Gator Growl and president of the
the university, and I am very !
pleased that I have been chosento : ; Laste Crewe. I

take his place," Mounts said. I
Kennedy Is presently a student
Gibson Sunday scotched the possibility representative on the Student-Fa-

that Mounts' appointment Two More KilledIn culty Advisory Committee on stu-
might have been apollcital move. dent activities. lie attained a 3.5
"He is a very conscientious and
undergraduate grade average and
hard-working person. I would suggest Is sporting a 3.2 average in Law
that it is not a political
Panama RiotsPANAMA School.
appointment," Gibson said.
The Gator party, a coalition of

Indlpendent organizations, men's
Popenoe To SpeakHow CITY (UPI) Two tlons some distance back of the and women's dormitories, frater-
Panamanian National Guardsmenwere 4th of July Avenue marking the
nities and sororities, selected Dob
do you know it's, love? killed and 11 other persons border between the city and the Wilson as Its chairman.

That's what Dr. Paul Popenoe, injured yesterday in new mob violence Canal Zone, prepared for more Wilson, a 4.TM, is a 28-vear-old

a noted sociologist and marriage in Colon, while In Panama assaults by mobs\.nlch; broke into Air Force veteran. He Is a memberof ,

counselor, will ask a Florida Union City a funeral procession for 12 the zone Saturday night, wreckingand Sigma Delta Chi professional

Forums audience Tues 'ay: in Uni- youths killed earlier Inflamed burning American cars. journalism fraternity.

versity Auditorium, 8:15 p.m. anti-American feelings to a new FIGHTING RAGED Inside the Other officers selected were

Dr. Popenoe is founder and president pitch. zone until 2 a.m. in an atmos- John Hancock, party treasurer; Jo BOB WILSON
emeritus of the American White fire trucks garlanded with phere charged with emotion and
Anne Mulhullen, secretary; Carol mlttee chairman.The .
Institute of Family Relations in flowers and Panamanian flags tear gas. Before the funeral
Stockstill, sorority coordinator; party called for a"vlgoroua
Los Angeles. He has lecturedat moved slowly through the streets yesterday, angry mobs continuedto Drew Haslett men's dorm coor- campaign free from the use of attacks -

nearly 200 colleges and universities of Panama City with coffins of surge through the streets of dinator; Steve Cheesman,women's on individuals."

and is author 13 books, the victims. Silent crowds of Panama City,attacking Americanson dorm coordinator; Dob DeLoach, Kennedy will be pitted against

including the widely read "Can mourners stood bareheaded In sight In a violent spree of slate committee chairman and V.O.T.E. party's Frank Harshawfor
This Saved In collaboration bright sunshine. nationalism.The .
Marriage Be ? Hugh McArthur, platform com- the presidency.
with Dorothy Cameron American troops arl.led with death toll In four days of 1

Disney. rifles and tear gas took up post- antl-AmKlcan violence stood at

24, including four American Free Buses Offered

V.OJ.E. soldiers. There have been an
Picks Lane
estimated 392 casualties Including

I 85 Americans, most of them

For SG Treasurer soldiers.MEANWHILE Secretary of State From Dorms To ClassFree

bean Rusk said the United States service will be offered to campus bus riders beginning tomorrow -
Government treasurer last nightas would not withdraw from the morning -- and the bus will be on schedule, Dill DeGrove,
By JOE KULLIN
V.O.T.E. Party formally announced -
secretary of the interior said yesterday.
Staff Writer Panama Canal Zone or give up
I its slate of top positionsfor Its military base there. "Up until now, the money collected has just about paid the cost of

Fred Lane, 4 JM, was announced the approaching elections. However, the secretary said that collecting It," DeGrove said.

.... as a candidate.. .. for_Student Lane, past student director of all parties Involved, Including Due to a surplus of funds in the Student Government (SG) treasury,
I : orientation, assistant director of President Roberto F. Chiarl of' the service could be financed without charging the five cent fare, he said.

ffjii Gator Growl, and chairman the Panama that "the first DeGrove met this weekend with drivers of the buses and urged themto
agreed
book sale said he
student was
order of business is the restora- adhere more closely to the schedule.
glad to be running with presidential -
tion of peace" In the Latin American ..f' _:
candidate Frank Harshaw and
;

Rr presidential candidate Rusk republic.spoke in a wide-ranging Campus Bus Schedule
Richard (Dickey) Adams at the
meeting at the Pi Kappa Alpha television interview, just after a "
__ house. telephone conversation with Hume 7-7:15; Sorority low 7:20: ; f'lavett III 7:35;

As treasurer Lane said he would Thomas C. Mann, newly appointed Corry Village 7:40; flume 7:50-8:15; Sorority Row

seek continued efficiency and effectiveness assistant secretary of state for 8:30; Flavet III 8:55; Cory Village 9; Hume 9:15;
inter-American affairs. Mann is '
Sorority Row 9:35.
of the office, would
head of American
an peacemakingteam ,
'
Initiate an opinion survey of the .
to find out how students that went to Panama City L1 ';;{?:7'k'" / ', ';( "" J I
campus %, .
'
.>:: .>.>0 ; '/ / ; Z.' 'J" w>"J ?{ ;/ .
feel their fees should be Friday.
spent, Chiarl has demanded renegotiation About a month ago, the service was extended to include Flavet III
and to the student body how
report of the 1903 treaty by which and a new extension will serve Corry Village. Another bus may be
Its is spent.
money added in the future.Representatives.
"Fred has served all segmentsof the United States has right "inperpetuity"
Adams In the zone, and the of SG will meet with both the Gainesville Transit
Student Government,
1I. Panamanian ambassador, Co. and the downtown merchants who sponsored the "Greypup" shuttle
said, "His past experience with
students and the administrationmakes Aquino Boyd, demanded at the bus during the Christmas season.'
candidateand United Nations Security Council Woodrow Shaw, president of Gainesville Transit Co., said last week
him a strong
Friday that the United States give he would meet with SG or the UF administration on the question of
FREDLAI'iE' will make him a good
up the canal. bus service, but said he had not yet been contacted.
treasurer. p.

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Page 2 The Florida Alligator WORLD COME OF AGE.



/ ion-in-Life



Stiff', 'Up


I TALLAHASSEE (UPI) The m Theme Set

Board of' Control voted Fridayto
locate a graduate engineeringand
research center in the Cape
Kennedy area but was unable to next'Sunday deal with interpretations of existence that transcend
reach a decision on an Orlando- problems of man in himself," said the Rev. Thaxton Springfield, directorof
Sanford area site for new space- Wesley Foundation."I .
age university.The of Age." do not see Religion-in-Life Week as a meansto
board, minus one member students an oppor- answer or solve all the problems of existence.
because of a resignation, woundup ...is adequate to n is not guilty, as often accused, of simply asking
in a 3-3 tie vote as betweena
questions, but more hopefully will
site at the of Sanfordand
edge point in the direction of answers
12 miles from downtown
one that students find for themselves.
Orlando. "Those who participate In Re-
. It told Orange and Seminole
ligion-in-Life Week should not
a be looking for absolute answers.
Go ContinentalGo "We will look Into the meaningof
Yw r n human existence; that is,Is man
Ruana self created and self perpetuated?
"Questions will be raised as
Y
to whether the world is of age and
Sep Classified
no longer needs God, like a child
who grows up and no longer needs

University'A parents."During ReligioninLifeWeek

we will be calling attentionto
SALE
of the nature of our existence and
at the relationship of man to other
creatures who live alor -side
him," Rev.Springfield said.
"It is a question of man's learn-
ing to live In the world communityor

Sport Coats REV. SPRINGFIELD committing suicide."
1- Rev. Springfield, 49, graduatedfrom
Emory University with a

Shirts FSU Stadium B.A. in history, Candler Schoolof
Theology with a bachelor of
divinity, and has done graduate

,.... Convoy Expansion Set studies at UF, Boston Universityand
Yale University.
TALLAHASSEE (Special to the During World War II, he servedas
Alligator) --A planning program
a chaplain in the U.S. Navy.
for the expansion of the FSU football Rev. Springfield became
to stadium was given approvalby and
Slacks Director of Wesley Foundation
the Board of Control at Friday's Counselor of Georgia Seagle Hall
Tallahassee meeting. in 1947. He is presently ministerat
Suits FSU President Dr. Gordon University Methodist Church,
Blackwell requested permissionto which he organized in 1948. He
20TWENTY ) 1 extend the stadium upon release is also active in civic affairs.
by the Budget Commission
of $550,000 of surplus incidental
funds that were earmarked in the
Officials NeededOfficials
FSU budget for this purpose in
of June, 1963. The money is now
for the Feb. 6 spring
held in trust for the project.In .
elections are urgently needed,
outlining the importance of '
according to Bill DeGrove, Sec-
the stadium to FSU, Dr. Black-
retary of the Interior.
1227 West well maintained that "Strong opponents Applications may be obtained
In the event they got It. will bring more people."
from Room 310 of the Florida
Union. Officials must work a
minimum of five hours and will
be paid a rate of 75 cents
per hour. Officials are excused
DOYOURLAUNDRY0f V from class, he said.



0 Adkins AppointedA


WHILE YOU SHOP op/ Gainesville attorney J.C.

Adkins has been appointed circuit
Judge In the Eighth Judicial Cir
cuit. Adkins was named to the post
AT WINN-DIXIE 8G.C. MURPHY by Governor Farris Bryant.
V
OV The new Judge will serve a six
county area which includes Ala-
chua, Baker, Bradford, Gilchrlst,.
Levy and Union counties.

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Future Of Viet Nom i





( .F i a 3 { i ,I. aK FE i. Discussed By ExileHow

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would It feel to be a modern at the same time. Chuong in effect A career statesman with yearsof
verstion of a "man without a said the government would have experience, he has held such
country?" to change their policies or fall. important posts as vice-president I
Tran Van Chuong, former South Chuong, also publicly broke with of the Grand Council of Economicand
VietNam Ambassador to the Uni- the dynamic Mme. Nhu In protest Financial Interests of IndoChina .
t ted States who speaks here Thurs- against her actions. lIe refusedto Minister of Foreign Affairs
I day at 8:15 p.m., comes closeto see her when she arrived in and Minister of State for VietNam.
fitting that description. the United States and later only Although Chuong is to speak on
NAF Chuong, who is speaking In Uni- consented to see her after the "What Next for Viet Nam?" an '
versity Auditorium on the topic revolution in which her husbandwas unanswered question Is what next I
"What Next for Viet Nam," is killed. tor Chuong?

in effect an exile from his country, ----- I
"stranded" In the United States.
aTOM Chuong .j the father of the DISCOUNT DRUGS ,
controversial Mme. Ngo Dlnh Nhu,
wife of the late Ngo Dinh Diem,
assassinated premier Viet Nam. Professional PharmacyALL
Following the Intensification of
harsh policies against the Bud-
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year diplomatic post to the United
States on August 22, in protestover Insulin U40 99$
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BERSHIRE ADDRESSES SGER His wife, who was Viet Nam's
to the United Na-
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including a vote regisr.arion drive aimed at adding 1,000new :

names to the books.


SGER Plans NegroRegistration



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voter registration drive designed referendum.
to'"put 1,000 new nameson "The east side sewer project,"
the books" Is being plannedby Rivenbark said, "will be of great
the UF's Student Group for benefit to the Negro community.We .
Equal Rights organization as wellas want to make them realize
other Interested civic groupsIn these things and get them to the
the area. polls on election day."
Plans for the drive, were Each of the 96 block groups
announced at Sunday night's meet- will be composed of a Negro adult

Ing of SGER members at the illllel from that area, SGER member, John LaCost wanted a part in scientific progress
Center. President Rick Riven- and a member of the NAACP
bark said that at least four other Youth Council. They will contactthe
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area organizations are connectedwith eligible voters In their area -: ;
the effort at this time. and seek to make appointments for
These Include the NAACP adult them to register.In xoobx7: >'r
and youth councils of Gainesville, connection with the campaign,
the Gainesville Women for Equal a meeting of all participating organizations -
Rights, the Gainesville Council on will be held tonightat "
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'!Human Relations, and the SGER. the Mt. Carmel Church, N.W. t". .,,'w,7' "
According to Rlvenbark, the Fifth Avenue and Fifth Street. A J :,' / : ;;"":"
SGER's part In the drive will be car-pool will be formed behind ,'\
to serve as block workers In the Tigert Hall at 7:30 tonight for :. ?t twl"" if, :" \\ >.. ::hf. f' .
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various precincts. those needing a ride to the meet- 'y.'tfj '" "4$1 Jr
Rivenbark said the groups are
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particularly anxious to push registrations Interested in further Information } t(
In preparation for the are asked to call 372-
coming city elections and bond 9703. r W y .
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our Graduate Engineer Training Centers where he mechanical and industrial engineers, but also for
studied the front-line Electronic Switching System. physical science, liberal arts and business majors.
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have seen a friend treat friend with outright disrespect and even
i contempt because of conflicting party affiliation. We have seen gentlemen -
become children because of a political discussion. We have seen '
f. Individuals figurltively stab each other in the back for the sake of iijiil'iIuatt.mlrh.fl':1(
: the campaign. We have seen good men deprived of positions for which
they were qualified because of politics.A .
healthy party system on a university campus Is one of the most
enlightening functions of a student government and Its operation can
closely follow the design of the national party orgaiizatlons resulting
i in a significant educational dlvlce for those involved. The competitive '
: spirit produced by a campus party system Is generally to the benefitof :
those subject to the student government which it creates.It .
Is necessary, on a campus of the size and complexity of this one,
that the ramifications and aspects of the system by which student
government officials are selected be taken seriously and treated with
due respect to its Importance. It Is Imperative that an organizationwhich
spends as much of other people's money as does our student
government be given a great deal of consideration.It -
is, however, regretable that so much significance be placed upon -
-
securing postions In student government that persons Involved in cam -
pus campaigns cannot retain the attitude of peace on earth in the cam-

paigns that will begin in the near future, a competitive spirit will COLLEGE OFFERS BEST OPPORTUNITIES
prevail without the accompaning animosity that has been prevalentin
the past.

I EDITOR'S DESKMushrooming J.H. Be Yourself-Now Or NeverEDITOR'S


Politics 1964 NOTE: The following the debate team are only a few long run you will gain the respectof
commentary on the social possibilities examples. Enough of Joining Justto those around you.
offered in college appearedIn add to the list of clubs by your And, if you make a mistake
the Miami Hurricane on Dec. name In the Ibis. and have to admit you were wrong,
! By WALKER LUNDY Independants or whoever It is that 20. The people in the latter group then you've learned to do some-
Editor really decides these things, win (and there are many on this cam thing really difficult. Admittingyou
t The onmlous rumblings began on Issue a mandate to one side orthe In college lies the greatest opportunity pus) are not taking full advantageof were wrong and realizing
other and will slow-
campus last week even before everything for a person to be an what their university has to you've only begun to learn are
ly back Into a normal perspective.One .
students had begun to take the new individual. offer. They are not the two of the most vital steps in
trimester seriously study-wise party announced last week Within the halls of Ivy ( or, individuals. They point with prideto a person's development. Use your
They were the traditional noises, another one last night. There Is more appropriately, our walkwaysof each new status symbol they years in college for this.
the ones that have been heard every some talk of a third party. royal palms), experimentationwith acquire. Not enough attention Is givento
spring at the UF since before Pea- The stage Is being set, the bat- ideas and methods can take these topics which should com-
body Hall was built. tle lines drawn, and the party place and the student decides upona I'm not saying that if you like plement the student's classroom
They centered around the frat- platforms are being conceived.As path to follow after graduation.But to drive a sports car, you shouldn't work. If these things can be pointed
ernity houses and around the Flori- has probably been the case being Individualistic often because it's a sign of conformity.Drive out beginning at the freshman
da Union, specifically on the third in past elections, Mr.Harry Hume, is not the safest or surest way one only because it's what level, young people might realize
floor, and even MORE specificallyIn the average, run-of-the-mill UF to get through college. It calls you want to do. they needn't fall into place as
the Student Government (SG) student, probably won't have much for disagreeing with friends and Being an individual, standing up just another I.D. number to the
on the third floor of the Florida Interest In the campaign. He won't enemies on topics more importantthan for your rights, and using your administration and faculty and
Union. Another week or so will feel It actually touches him, and, whether to eat at the Pan best judgment, may get you into conform to their group's ways
amble by while the rumblings remain therefore, won't go out of his way cake House. trouble once in a while, but In the Just to be "in."
"underground" and tfyen,with to make himself known at the polls Disagreement Is not the main
I a flourish the likes of which the election day. point here. It's standing up for LETTER :
( campus has not seen since last An editorial on this page Issues one's views ana being able to
I spring, Campus Politics, 1964 will a plea to all parties to con- defend them rationally and intelligently -
r explode on the horizor with all the duct an above-board, honest cam- that counts. SG Where Are You?
bluster and muster of a hydrogen paign, sans mud. This is the feel- This Is part of your college ,
bomb. Ing of virtually every member of education. Some students miss
I Students will become enveloped The Alligator staff and, we feel this phase of maturing. They
I in the mushrooming cloud of the opinion of the great majorityof fail to realize there are other EDITOR: home game with another outstanding I
"poop" and "propaganda" and students here at the UF. extra curricular activities besides opponent will be played next
candidates will promise everythingfrom We can only add a personal note the beach and parties. Acti- At this time of year when both year during the Christmas vaca-
easier final exams to better to this plea.Student vities such as researching a topic campus political parties draw up tion in Jacksonville. He added
seats at the football games. politicos, w. are talkingto discussed in class because it Interested their slate on nominees and piece that If it Is successful financially,
The smiling, hand-shaking com- you. Conduct your campaign as you and not for a grade.Or together their semi-reliant plat- a perminent arrangement wouldbe
batants will come thundering down intelligent, college students should Joining an organization for forms, I would like to ask what set up whereby two Florida
R to'the final wire with all the energy conduct a campaign.We the experience of working with might prove to be an embarrassing home games each year would be
f and financial support their respec- have great confidence In you. people in a field which you mightgo question: "Exactly how significant played In Jacksonville.
t tive sides can muster. Then the' We think you can. into after college. Student and powerful Is Student The Jacksonville Colleseum
blocs or the fraternities or the The only question Is, will you. government, the campus publica- Government as a leader of the seats about 5,000 and a sell-out
tions, the philosophy group, and students' interests? Can it do any- there, Sloan Implies, would be
thing important?" more satisfactory than one in
The Florida AlligatorServed I Specifically, I wonder if a Gainesville "since most of the
\ Student Government-led movement seats go to the students". (Too
I supported by the student body bad they can't keep us out of the
by United Press International could possibly halt the money- games completely.).
mongering tactics of the Athletic Since this trial, game would be
Editor ... .................. ........ ............ Walker Lundy Association. Carolina one
Must the student with powerful North ,
Managing Editor ....................... ........... .Bill Fuller stand that handsome pro-
body Idly by while the Association might guess a
Assistant Managing Editor .. ... ..... .. ... ... ...... ..John Askins Please sign all takes advantage of it? fit will be realized. A successful
Editorial Editor .. .. ... ... ....... .. ... ...... ..Wayne Norfleet letters. Names Two recent events inspired me venture of this type would lead to
Sports Editor ........... ......... ..... ..... ..... Dave Berkowitz to wonder if Jacksonville. To
anything could be done. more games in
Wire Editor .. ... ............... .... ... .......... .Bob Thomas will be withheld 1)) Although it seems that thereis insure further success at the gate,
Feature Editor .. .................... .... ..... .Cynthia Tunstall on request.We a move in Gainesville to hush they would, no doubt, be with out-
Campus Living Editor ....... ... .. .. .. ... .. ...Judy Lynn Prince such opponents.
reserve the up any development, thereis standing visiting
I undeniably action afoot to move Fewer good games for you and me
) Editorial Assistants..John Hancock, Ernie Lltz, Glenn Laney, right to edit the FJS.U. game to Jacksonville.For to see. .
Gail Sobering, Nancy Zimmet, Alan Campbell and Betty Wendt.Reporters..Mike .
I I letters for space ( the sake of general Information Student Government: Perhapsits
Power Jim Castello Phil Hevener Joel Gaston
we shall note ,that both too late to do anything about
I Douglas Molltor, Donlta Mathlson, Sally Stock, Kathie Martin, Carol reasons. the S.M.U. and the Georgia gamesare our new "home field" for football
I Nobis, Ann Carter, Joe Kollln, Stan Kulp,Pam Pulley, Agnes Fowles, -The Editors already scheduled for the but perhaps you could think of
I Ronald Meserve, Bob DeLoach, Fran Snider, Fred Lane, Kathrlne Gator Bowl. basket-
) 2) In the wake of some action which nip the
Duda, Jean Fagot, Judy Teich, George Rowe, Evan Engle, George
the
I having played Tulsa, one of the ball move while it is still in
Mims, Phil Geyer, Steve Vaughn, Don Federman, Becky Quinn, most outstanding non-SEC teamsto early steps.
Larry Zimmerman, Arthur Weitzner, Jackie Cornelius, Pat Hogan, have come to Gainesville In I might add that I certainly
Chamcr Powell. and Maureen Collins.
i, years, while the sHdents were would be influenced by either party
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaper of the away Coach Norman Sloan has if they would put forth a proposalto
University of Florida and is published five times weekly except during announced (as reported by the end the association's domination
I the months of May, June, and July, when a weekly issue is published. Jacksonville Journal sports over the helpless student body.
r THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is entered as second class matter at the editor, Jack Hairston) that the. Jack Kasdin 4AS
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By DON FEDERMANGuess legally dead after five years. Gar-
ner re-marries analyst's delight,
what? The Gainesville Polly Bergen. First wife, Doris
DriveIn has come up with another Day, returns from pacific Islandin
"and then there's sex," comic, time to interupt honeymoon '
Hollywood travesties which Is sure plans of Bergen. Garner chooses : .. .
to keep you couples...er...oc- first wife, but has difficulty explaining --- .' rr'r
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it to second + ,
cupied. wife. Mean- r
Fresh from under the sheetsof while, Garner finds out that first I, _
their last movie, that remark- wife was not alone on island. She
able duo of James Garner and had the company of handsome
Doris Day are at it again with Chuck Conners though she main- $1k-
their charming display of emas- tained an existence of total abstinence _
culation and female ego. So hardy (I suppose that meansno _
and prolific are these two that I liquor, though we are led to

think of the factory time clock believe that It meant other things). i1 i r A a .
every time I see them. Their Movie finally winds up in court
acting has about as much anima- with annulment of second mar- ....
tion as a factory too. riage, first wife being declared
And this is not all. As an legally alive, and everybody living
extra added unwelcomed surprise, happily ever after. Yes, even DORIS DAY SAYS "MOVE OVER DARLING" TO HUSBAND'S NEW WIFE
there is Polly Bergen. These Bergen is happy, since she dis-
three stellar attractions form a covers romance with her analyst. ......in comedy beginning tonight at the Gainesville Drive-In Theater. The movie provides laughs, I
fine "trlumverate of mediocrity." The astounding thing about this a few spicy bedroom sequences and a mad car wash which is unadulterated slapstick. Polly Bergen
Now, no movie would be complete movie is that it is so consistent.The and James Garner also star.
without a plot. W.1 this story is absurd. The acting J
movie isn't very complete.No is atrocious. And with the excep- Brooke Visits
actually this movie can tion of the final courtroom scene,
claim hat distinction. Garner's this movie is quite unfunny.Yet .
wife is missing and declared with all these flaws, the UF WorkshopDr. HEAR !
movie is a must for those who
want to know what love is, since Marlon Brooke, chief of
Public, Meeting this movie Is a statement of what laboratory consultation and
love isn't. Imagine, the cinema development for the Communi-
Scheduled"A marriage of Doris Day and James cable Disease Center in Atlanta,
will be guest faculty member for
Garner has never gotten past the
Balanced Housing Programin oral gratification stage. I'm sure the workshop in medical WAYNEPOUCHER
a Community" will be the topicof that marriage is more than a few technology scheduled at the Uni-
a public meeting scheduled for passionate kisses and the words, versity of Florida Hospital today.Dr. .
Jan. 5, at 8 p.m. in the east "Oh darling, don't take advantageof Marion Brooke, chief of
courtroom 0 f the county court- me" (which is another way of laboratory consultation and devel-
house in Gainesville. saying, "Let me take advantageof opment for the Communicable DIsease -
Principal address at the session you!"). I'm sure that If Holly- Center in Atlanta,scheduledat
will be given by Howard Tompkins wood had its way, the stork would the University of Florida Hos-
district director for the become a very real national Institution pital today.
Federal Housing Authority in --how else do you explain About 30 medical technologistsfrom
Jacksonville. children? Well, how long can hospitals throughout the state
Alachua Director of are attending the two-day work-
County's this obscenity be perpetuated?
Environmental Health, B.C. shop, which Is co-sponsored by the
Someday, they may remake this Florida Society of Pathologists.
Pafford will give the summary of
movie with the same stars, only NATIONALLY KNOWN MINISTER
the results of a neighborhood housIng -
survey conducted near theUF. this time Garner marries Bergen Movie Log AND RADIO COMMENTATOR-

Also expected to come in for merely out of lustful need and getsa FLORIDA -- Under The Yum Yum (Formerly Lifeline Broadcast)
who devours
some discussion at the meeting is woman practically Tree: 1, 3:03: 5:06, 7:09, and 9:12.
him, and Doris Day comes back
Gainesville's proposed housing Through Wednesday.
with Chuck Conners and a coupleof
code, now up for a public hearing FLORIDA UNION -- The Golden
before the city commissiononJan. kids, with the words, "I'm Age of Comedy: 7 p.m. only. Today -
sorry, honey; a woman has needs and Tuesday.GAINESVILLE In The
27.The too."
ordinance, which was pre- DRIVE-IN -- Move
sented to the commission last Well, thanks anyway Gainesville Over, Darling: 7 and 10:13. The
i week after being in the hands of Drive -In for trying to be ambi- Young Swingers: 8:53. Through
the City Plan Board since the tious in bringing in first-run features Thursday.
summer of 1962, will apply to all but next time remember to STATE -- Lilies Of The Field: CAMPAIGNFOR
housing in the city one month defferentlate between feature and 1, 3, 5, 7, and 9. Through Tues-
after its final passage. cinema. day.


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FOR SALE: 1963 Admiral Portable '" QUIET single room for male student -
: : .,: v'" ''i stereo. Cost $160; sell $90. 1 3 blocks from campus.Pri- Interior. Excellent condition,
IS' .es'
rl et.., .' I Also, scribner radio music ,t{ $ f Qo.d; ; vate entrance, use of refrigerator $1775. Call FR 6-9271, Tom

m I IT' Library books for piano. Cost .," .1'1.>>; $35. 327 NW 15th Terr. after Eddie. (G-68-tf-c).

$85; Sell $45. Both ITEMS LIKE 3:30 B-69-tf-c .
ADVANCED EQUITATION class LOST a pair of Ladies glasses. p.m. ( )
1959 MGA rednew tires, clutch,
NEW. Call FR 6.5590after5p.m. ,
at Lake
forming Stables.
Wauberg Black frames. Please call 6-
(A-72-5t-p). 2bed- sliding, side curtains, radio and
Five lessons at reduced rates. ,1995. (L-71-3t-c). NEW DUPLEX Apartment.
Class limited to first five appli- room, kitchen equipped, fenced heater, needs some work. Sacri-
WILL THE PERSON who took my fice for best offer over $275.
cants. Instructor Colonel Terry NEW HOMES -- 3 BR'S -2 BATHS backyard. 916 N.E. 8th Ave.
Price retired formerly commandIng Beautiful wall-to-wall carpeting, black, wook, Russian, Cossack hat NO PET& Come after 5 and on Call Pete Olson at 2-9363 or 2-
equipped kitchen 2 during finals please return It to 9437. (G-70-3t..c).
last horse Training Regimentat car garage. weekends. (B-71-5t-c).
the Student Publications Office In
U.s. Cavalry School. Call N.W. area convenient to Univer- I
Gary
the basement of the Fla. Union. 1960 ALFA ROMEO 2000(2-0958)).
sity. Call 2-3522 Arnold
at 466-9295 or Col. Price FR RealtyCo. APARTMENT: FURNISHED, spacious -
25844. (A-72-5t-c). Owner carrier of Infectious scalp' quiet, walking distance to Good Condition. $1850. (G-70-

,disease. Reward! 3t-p).
campus. $90/mo. for a couple or

CAN YOU AFFORD to play horse MILL ENDS--HENDERSON'S $35 each 3 single men. Apply

MILL STORE, U.s. Hwy. 19 116 N.W. 16th St. (B71t.c. ).
polo? Elementary or advanced 1958 SIMCA $100. Must sell.
Crystal River, Fla.--Only 1 hr. ,Want d,
training for man or horse. See at 207 T Flavet HI. (G-71-
Facilities limited to one at this 15 min from Univ.Literally TONS ;= .. -.i NEW air cond. furnished and bath- It-c).
OF TOWELS AND MILES OF FA-
on balcony. Kitchen dinette and
time. Col. Terrill E. Price, WOODSHOP INSTRUCTOR-- ,
BRICS. See the lovely colors
retired. Tepee Ranch. Wllllston afternoon and some Saturday work. living room on main floor. Color- 1956 FORD-$400. or best offer.

Road. 2-5844. (M-68-5t-c). available for your home.IRREGULARS Boys club. After 1:00. Call ful full size appliances, washing 608 S.W. 10th St. (G-71-3t-p).
OF FINE QUALITIES.Many machines in each apartment. Walkto
Charley Dobbs 2-5341. (C-
first quality Items also. Our
NESTOR'S -- TV, RADIO, HIFI 69-tf-c). university. Shown by resident 1960 HONDA 250 cc. Excellent
'f'" carpet ends are beautiful and about
SERVICE. Tubes checked free. manager. Apt.No.lCampusApts. condition. New battery and tires.

Free Estimates. Next to Florida three-fourths off. The finest bedspreads 1 MALE STUDENT to share nice 402 N.W. 18th St. FR 2-3357. Turn signals, electric starting,

Bookstore parking lot. 1627 N.W. one-third off. Tel. 795- 2 bedroom apartment. All the (B-71-5t-c). very reasonable. Call or see:
3399. ( ).
A-67-tf-c
1st Ave. Phone FR 27326. (M- comforts of home provided except Steve room 3029 Hume. FR 6-

67-MWF-c). mother and father. Call 6-1123 IDEAL room available for gra- 9234. (G-72-3t-p).
53 CHEV. 2 door runs well. $125.
after 5:00. (C-70-5t-c). duate, nurse or business girls.
Also one Boa Constrictor $5.00.
MOTHER'S LOVE and care for Between University and Colonial Y

infants and children In pr..ate 1133 N.W. 22nd Ave. Phone 2- WANTED 1 or2roommates.Completely Manor Apts. 1238 S.W. 2nd Ave. 'cPerson ( ,
7997. (A-70-3t-p).
home. 1-1/2 miles west of Fields furnished Apt. Close to Upstair. $40 month. Miss Ford

Plaza. Dest references. 67673. university. Contact Harry Strub. 372-7918. (B-71-lt-c).
New homes In PINE FOREST. A
(M675t. -). Graduate student Univ. ext 2661. GUESS WHO AIN'T COUNTRY NO
few ready for Immediate occu (C-68-3t-c). INVEST IN RENTAL PROPERTYUp MORE. 1390 RADIO has shapedup.
pancy. Gainesville's fastest growing -- to 30% NET return actual
STUDENT WIFE experienced on You all come up and bear

sery school assistant and motherto new home community. VA, SMALL, WELL FURNISHED air- cash invested in Apt. units. Low us sometime. 1390. (J-72-tf-c).
FHA financing. Hugh Edwards Inc.
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N.E. 16th Ave. 15thSt21551.
mother. Please call 6-9729. (M- (A-70-tf-c). male. Location of no consequence Apts. No effort to you. Phone

71-3t-c). Write box 22, stating rent,approx. 2-3522 Wayne Mason at Arnold

utilities. (C-71-3t-c). Realty Co. 1219 W. University
BOLEX 16 mm roll-load turret Ave. (B-72-5t-c).
movie camera. Normal and wide- v.
For: Sale WANTED- -One Male student to
angle lenses. $100. Room 11,
COLONIAL MANOR Sublease for
,
share house with 5 other male
'fI Florida Union. (A-lt-tf-p). students. 8 mos. $115. Air cond. 1216 N.W.
$17
per person per
1 month. Call 6-2888. 2nd Ave. Phone 27334. (B-72-
LETS BRING THE SOUTH AMER- WEBCOR recorder (C-71-tf-p)
tape with tapes 3t-c).
ICAN LOOK TO U.O.F. RUANA: and mike. A-1 condition.Bo6Ellison -
The South American cape ideal WANTED to buy small used cycleor
811 North Hall Phone FR 6-
ROOMS FOR MEN--1
for campus wearCan be seen and 9205. scooter $125 to spend. Mike block to
(A-71-3t-p)
ordered at Camilles-1116 S.W. Golden FR 2-9176. (C-71-3t-cl; campus. Central heat, air con-

6th 2 blocks from campus. 6- ditioning, utilities furnished. $35.
1960 TAMPICO Trailer 55' x 10', Per month. Arnold Realty Co.
' 1483. (A-71-6t-c). WANTED ONE STUDENT to share
3 bedroom 1-1/2 bath centrallyac apartment with 2 others for this 1219 W. University Ave. (B-72-
and heat. Must sacrifice. .No 5t-c).
17' Cabin Cruiser for Sale-See trimester. Good study environ-
at Linda Ann Court 4 mi. Southon equity-take up payments. Call ment. (C-71-tf-c). '
APARTMENT furnished
r Archer 4952445. (A-71-5t-c). air-con-
441. (A-72-5t-p).
ditioned. Like a small home
.. WANTED --One girl to share apt
LADY'S BICYCLE, 26-Inch near campus. Also room in private -
20' trailer. with 3 others. Large apt. closeto
Cruiser and Sleeps ,
wheels, enormous front basket, home with or without kitchen e
3. Depth sounder, upholstered campus 915 S.W. 2nd Ave. FR
pretty good shape, Room 11, privileges, home atmosphere.
cushions thru out. Two 40 liP 25644. $85 a month. (C-68-3t-c).
6-0410. B-67-tf-c .
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Florida Union. (A-71-tf-c).
engines, top lines, anchor, extra,
seats, life preserves. Other ac- WANTED One girl to share

cessories. $2250. FR 23357.A MAN'S BICYCLE, 16-INCH TV, apartment with 2 others. Behind Autos

72-5t-c). Heath AR-2 Radio, Hot-plate, and Norman Hall. Rent $40 a month. fIoridaAlligator

Electric Droller. Call FR 22880or Call 2-5965 after 5 p.m. (C-72- 1962 AUSTIN HEALEY 3000 MK

see apt. 6 405 N.E, 5th Avenue. 3t-c). II. Black and red racing stripes,

FLORIDA: ] (tt) blue interior.Wire wheels,heater, UF Ext. 2832

For Rent road lights. Reasonably priced.

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ATTRACTIVE ROOM with central

1V iinmon I HEELS put on in 5 minutes heat in quiet modern home. Ideal
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person per trimester. Phone, re-
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Are Here To Stay MAC'S DriveInSPECIAL


ffportant
By JACKIE CORNELIUSStaff macy, said, "I don't think action cause of chronic bronchitis -
Writer should be taken on campus. It the report said. ON
wouldn't do any good. This is like The committee found the death
the prohibition of alcohol; peo rate for cigarette smokers to be
UP students aren't likely to be ple won't stop anyway. about 70 per cent higher than that
deprived of cigarette vending "It will take educational campaign for nonsmokers.The .
machines on campus despite the to make people cut down. rate of death due to cancer
results of the 14-Month Blue Rib- Nothing else will do." for pipe or cigar smokers is much
bon Study which found cigarette A ten-man special advisory less than for cigarette smokers. BARBQ
smoking to be a leading cause of committee on smoking and health Dean of Student Affairs LesterL.
lung cancer and cancer of the announced In Washington Saturdaythat Hale said there Is no Indica-
larynx. cigarette smoking is the lead- tion that cigarettes machines will
Elbert Voss, head of pharma- Ing cause of lung cancer and cancerof be removed or sales in dorms stop-
cology at the College of Phar- the larynx. It is also an 1m- ped.
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Fins and Aqua Gators,
having reorganized last trimester, 6-5333 Loans up to $600 222 W. Univ. Ave. 1331 East University AvenueWHERE
are recruiting new members fora
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to advisor
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Plans for the spring show are T U c
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already well under way. Members j p
write, organize, and perform
every phase of all shows, said _
Miss Shields.
Interested swimmers and non- !
swimmers alike are invited to con-
tact either Miss Shields at the
Women's Gymnasium,or the pres- I ,34YF
ident, Jane Smallwood, at
FR 2-4772. Non-swimmers can
help plan the show and work on ak

scenery. 't t"
Workshops will be held on Mon- 1
days at 7 p.m. to help new mem- 1 r
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ApartmentsPlans


for a cooperative apart-
ment-complex near UF have been
announced, with prices ranging
from $4,000 to $8,500 cash or
terms. rtL
The site is a 32-acre tract on
SW 23rd Terrace, about one-half
mile south of Archer Road over-
looking the U F farms and Bivins w
Arm Lake. ? ., i ,,

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apartments will be built. A recreation -
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were injured early Sunday when
they were struck down by a car ARE YOU GOING THIS VOCATION ? I
at. W. University Ave. and 12thSt.

The houseboy, Alfred Bell of
5-5 N.W. 5th Ave., Is in Alachua Young scientists and engineers "going places" invest!.. communications design reliability/maintainability
General %Hospital with a broken gate a variety of challenging engineering avenues i engineering reconnaissance systems amplifier and
leg and multiple bruises. before selecting one best suited to their goals. Andthey I computer systems microwave components design

Bell's companions,Delores Mc- look for a professional climate with lots of indi electromagnetic interference control electronic systems
Intosh, 23 years old, of 1827-A vidual recognition and advancement opportunity. I II f analysis telemetry and tracking trajectory
N.W. 5th
Ave., and Marie Nelson,
along this course, lei t analysis manufacturing r&d industrial engineering
22, of 503 N.W. 6th Place, were you are charting your career
treated and released.The ling-Temco-Vought be your guide.As technical administration plus many others.

car which hit the pedes- one of the nation's most versatile contributors to For a closer look at the numerous career directions

trians a US was at the driven UF.by Erik No charges Speyer, the aerospace, military electronics and communications available with Ling-Temco-Vought, asks cur Placement

were filed.Marine. sciences, LTV can offer you o'personalized routeto Office for our brochure describing LTV projects and ,.

an exciting and rewarding future in such areas as products, then schedule an appointment with our

Officers aerodynamics avionics and instrumentation representative. Or write College Relations Office, Ling-

operations analysis dynamics systems design Temco-Vought, Inc., P. 0. Box 5907, Dallas 22. Texas.
The
officer Marine Corps procurement servomechanisms stress analysis propulsion Ling-Temco-Vought is an equal opportunity employer.
will be on campus today
through Friday 9 a.m. 4 p.m. campus 'Interviews' ..
at the Hub.

All Interested UF students,may TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1964 LT N.-r."oo-vou.Hr. 'NO.
enquire at the Hub concerning a

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That's Tiaer's..... Tale,, 63-46 SPORTS

By STEVE VAUGHN remaining minutes of the halt, jury, was restricted to 10 points.
Sports Writer managing to cut the Gator advan- Auburn, shooting mostly at long
tage to eight points at the buzzer. range was harassed all night bya
Florida met Auburn on the Ti- But the Tigers came back out vigorous Tom Baxley-led Flori-
t gers' own slow-down, ball control of the dressing room and could- da defensive effort.In .
terms here Saturday night, and not find field goal range for over
ground out a defense-featured five minutes.Never again did they the freshman preliminary,
63-45 Southeastern Conference mount a serious threat. Florida's unbeaten Baby Gators
basketball victory.The Tomlinson, the forward who sailed to their fourth win,smackingthe Swim Records Fall
win, Florida's second SEC shoots like a guard, adjusted his Jacksonville Junior varsity 112-
sucess in three tries this season, average to a 20.5 mark with the 88. Harry Winkler was top scorer
was a far cry from the Gators' 24 points performance,second onlyto with 27 points, Ed Mahoney and As Gators Top TechBy
114-91 Miami triumph Wednesday.The Brooks Henderson's 20.7 av- Gary McElroy contributed 24, and
crowd was quieter, the points erage. Henderson. hobbled by In- Jeff Ramsey got 20.
fewer, and there were no fist bat- DAVE BERKOWITZ 22.2 seconds chopping one half
tles on the floor.Encountering I $L--- .; Sports Editor second off the previous team mark.
Auburn's "shuf '. The old record of 22.7 was set
fle" offense and ball-control tac- Florida's two-time AllAmerican in 1962 by Bill Grover and then
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tics, the Gators turned to the cau- ( Jerry Livingston tumbled two tied by Livingston against Ala-
tious game also, especially In the varsity swimming records sat- bama in December.
second half. After leading 39-31 at urday as the UF tankers defeated
Another mark fell in the 100 yd.
intermission, Florida eased past Georgia Tech. 57-38.
butterfly as Livingston cleared the
the Tigers in an unusually low- Livingston set a varisty record
four lengths of the pool in 52.3
scoring 24-15 final 20 minutes. and tied a pool record swimmingthe
seconds, bettering his own mark
Florida was never behind after 50 yard freestyle course In
by .3 seconds
assuming an early 7-6 lead. With
forward Dick Tomlinson scoring Frat Bowling Tech took two firsts in the meet,
15 of his team-leading 25 pAnts, Fraternity Orange and Blue placing number one In the 400 yd.
the Gators opened up a 25 point league bowling competition begins medley relay and 100 yd.freestyle.
gap with four minutes left until today at 4:45 p.m. at Palm Larry Gaghan took the 100 free
the halfway break. Lanes. in 50.6 seconds finishing just a-
Auburn however rallied in the The schedule of games is: head of Florida's Charlie King.
In the Orange League -- BTP
vs KA, SN vs PDT, SPE vs Bill Corbin and Ray Whltenouse
SifoetownZ DTD, ATO VS AEP, TEP vs captured two firsts apiece.
KS, PLP vs PKA, SAE vs PKT,
and SX vs TX. Corbin won the 200 yd. free-
ANNUAL For the Blue League -- LXA style In 1:56.5 and the 500 yd.
V3 TKE, and AGR vs DX. freestyle in 5:36.8.Whitehouse der
m Jw 9 hTa feated opponents in the 200 yd.
CLEARANCESALE v individual medley (2:08.0)) and the
JF Gym Team 200 yd. breststroke (2:33.3).

.. -.. ...._,- II, J,A_ Rod Hubbert gave the Gators
THE FIGHT IS ON Captures WinThe a tirst in the 200 yd. breast-

to rebound the basketball This was typical of'the, stroke with a time of 2:13.3.

2O % action in Saturday's game as Richard Peek ((44)) and Joe UF gymnastics club openedits The Florida 400 freestyle relay

Newton ((35)) fight for a rebound. 1964 season with a 84 1/2- team ended the meet with a win.
52 1/2 win over the Citadel Fri-
day night. The team,composed of Livingston
Alan Lauwaert, Hubbert and Jim
Bob Harwood paced the UF squadto Roos finished the time of 3:32,7,
OFFSUITS the win, scoring 22 points In
winning three events and placing Lansing Price and Bill Olinger
i second In a fourth. Harwood finished made it one-two in the diving for
first in the still rings, side the Gators.
'' horse and tree exercise. His
second came In the parallel bars. The UF swimmers take the next
SPORTCOATS Florida won eight of the too week off in preparation for the
a BOOTS nine events with Dan Harris takingthe Florida.State meeting in Talla-
Citadel's only first in the tram- hassee on Saturday Jan. 25. Both
'TOPCOATS poline. freshman and varsity swimmerswill
Charlie Deane was double win- compete in the meet beginningat
ner for the UF with firsts in the 7 p.m. In FSU's Indoor pool.
WORTHWHILE rope climb and high bar.
The gymnastics club's next meetIs The next home swimming will
REDUCTIONSON HATS Saturday afternoon against be a trash affair with Tulane on
Florida State. Jan. 28.


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Gator Party Drafts Ken Kennedy The Florida i New To Group Oppose Formed V.O.T.E. Alligtor Vol 56, No .73 Univernily of FloridaGainesville Monday,Jonuory 3, 1964 By MIKE POWER Sioff Write, kin I'aneiint.i h tflii I Id hoieit NwhIalta ones. Ilt h t ie p4i Udle 10 kirk-of! minittri p1 .senit l K.IlTiNtIVd .15 ItN Bob Mounts Named Clerk Of Honor Court Ilonor ( Ait .1141(1' BOb \liiuit was .lppnie tieClrk of the u I ridljy r(epldig Co uite' lurk Tom (,t,,un, who reIge f[c t person.dl pisoits." Mounts, 4AS, his ben ii lushn V siijte last Pebruary, aini hits served previously as vce-cha~ailuor. Mounts :ippoiiitmnent will pro.bably be approved Thursday bythe court justices, according to Chancellor Herb Blessing, who ap_pointed him. 'I am very honored and grateIul that I have been chosen to replace Toln (iibson. liegave himself ijin many capacities while here at the uiversiiy, and I am very pleased that I have been chosen to take his place,'" Mounts said. Gibson Sunday scotched the possibilityh that Mounts appontmntn "le is a very conscientious and tard-working person. I wouldsug-gstmthat itis not sa political Popenoc To Speak How do you know it's love' That's what Dr. Paul Popenne, a rioted sociologist and marriage counselor, will ask a florida Union Forums audience Tuies ty in Uni-. versity Auditorium, 8:15 p.m. Dr. Popenwe is founder andpresident emeritus of the American Institute of Family Relations in Los Angeles. He has lectured at nearly 200 colleges and universities and is authorofl13books, including the widely read 'Can This Marriage Be Saved'" incollaboration with Dorothy Cameron Disney. O V .O.T.E. For SG By JOE KULLIN Stoff Write, Fred Lane, 4 JIM, was announced as a candidate for student nutgg Are New Traffic Rules Working See Tomorrow's Alligator Two More In PANAMA Panarmanian were killed Panar CITY (UP!) -Two National Guardsmen and 11 other persons injured yesterday In new nob violence in Colon, while in Panama City a funeral procession for 12 youths kc ill e d earlier inflamed anti-American feelings to a new pitch. White fire trucks garlanded with flowers anad Panamanian flags moved slowly through the streets of Panama City with coffins of the victims, Silent crowds of mourners stood irreheaded In bright sunshine. American t roops arhed with rifles and tear gas took up posiPic ks Lane Treasurer Government a* V.TE nounced its treasurer lat nigh slate of top positions for the approaching electioui,. Lane, past student director of orientation, assistant director of Gator Growl, and chairman of the student book sale, said he was glad to be running with presidential candidate Frank Harshavw and vi ce -pr es id en t al1 candidate Richard (Dickey) Adams at the meeting at the P1 Kappa Alpha house. As treasurer Lane saidhe would seek continued efficiency and efnc KI led aRiots tions some distance back of the 4th of July Avenue marking the border between the city and the Canal Zone, prepared for more assaults by mobs M.ich broke into the zone Saturday night, wrecking and burning Anmerican cars. FIGHTING RAGED inside the zone until 2 a.m. in an atmosphere charged with emotion and tear gas. Before the funeral yesterday, angry mobs continued to surge through the streets of Panama City, attacking Americans on sight in a violent spree of nationalism. The death toll in four days of anti -Ameqican violence stood at 24, including tour American ett39 asualties icuding Dean Rufk said the United States would rot withdraw from the Panama Canal Zoeo ieu its mltary base there.rgv p However, the secretary said that all parties Involved, including President Roberto F. Chiari o Panama, agreed that "the first order of business is the restoration of peace' in the Latin American republic. Rusk speke in a wide-ranging television interview, just after a telephone con vers at ion with Thomas C. Mann, newly appointed assistant secretary of state for Ke-aniiet 2-di ('li H W, ho. Iii .truth I. lomiatati ('mdl ihu-ntoli) mnd worked with the F.H utl{n. Kennedy I. catinh iin lih Marixie Corps Re.serve where, at 19, he became the youngest officer In modern Marine history while on active duty. As an undergraduate, he served as jredident of the Pr@-i.aw (lob and University religious Assori ation, production coordinator of Gator Crow! and president of the I aste (rewe. Keuuridy Is p esently a student representative on the Studeni-Faundiergradudte grade average and is sprtng a 3.2 Jverage in laaw indlpendernt organizations, men's and womleln', dormitories, fraternitles and sororities, selected Bob Wilson as it5 chairman. WIlson, a 4? M, Is a 28 -year-old' Al r Furce veteran. TvIC IS m~efbel of Sigma Delta Chi professional journalism fraternity. Other officers selected were John Biauock, party treasurer; Jo Aann Muihullen, secretary; Carol Stockstill, sorority coordinator; Drew ilaslett men's dornm coordinator; Steve Chensman, women's dorm coordinator; Bob Deloach, slate committee chairman and Hugh McArthur, platform comnFrom Dorm Free service will he offerco to KEN KENNEDY BOB WILSON ruittee chairman. 'The party called foravigorouk campaign free from the use of attacks on individuals."' Kennedy will be pitted against V.O.'T.E. party's Frank Itarshaw for the presidency. Is 2ff ered To Class campus bus riders beginning tomorrow morning -and the bus will be on schedule, Bill DieGrove, secretary of the interior said yesterday. "lip until now, the money collected hal. just about paid the cost of collecting it' Derove said. Due to a surplus of funds In the Student Government (SG) treasury, the service could be financed without charging the five cent fare, he said, Dec rove met this weekend with drivers of the buses and urged them to adher, more closely to the schedule. Hume 7-7:15; Sorority IRow 7:20; Flavett III 7:35, Corry Village 7:40, Home 7:50 -8:15; Sorority Row 8:30; Flavet III Si:5; Cory Village 9; Hums 9:15, /7//J,~, -~

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An" "I Jpace-tgec 'Up hoardi of f(IntrII voteS Fridtay to lorate a g r iduate erigineb ing P and research cente, In the Cape Kennedy area but was unable to reach a decision orb an OrlandoSanford area site for a new spaceage university. The board, minus one member because of a resignation, wound up in a 3-3 tle vet. as between a site at the edge of Sanford and one 12 miles from downtown Orlando. It told Orange and Seminole Go ContIneutaI Go RUafia Sep Classified SALE .J In *15 I Air' ',oiities tO SubmTh adlcitionji sits fuut (,isidieritiOi iI JIMI(IP to mitt .igai n in Olanilo liii. 24 to try again to riach a der nson. A proposal to expand the stadium Iron. 25,003 to about 36,U00 seats was turned down by the board at its recent Jacksonville meeting. Effect or the action was to limit games between PSU and the U ni v er si ty of Florida to Gainesville under the current contract between the two schools. In other actlon,theboardoKayeo a $1.5 million bid for a U F classIroom building, even though the legislature had specifiedthat $1.25 million maximum should be spent on the building. The othergquarter million will come from bond issue funds. TIME MEN Sport Coats Slazers Sweaters Shirts Winter Jackets Convoy Coats COEDS Slacks S eaters Suits D resses Sk rts 20% (TWENTY PERCENT) 20% OFF I!!! I 1227 West University YOU R Religion and Life Week, beginning on campus, will explore the problems the modern world. The theme is "A World Conme of Age." tunity to question whether man ftnswer Fie The "health, safety, andgeneral welfare of the people" were cited in an answer filed Friday by City Attorney Osee Fagan concerning a suit against the city. Pagan was answering a law suit filed by real estate man Wilbur Bishop and the AmericanOil Company asking that construction of a service station he permitted at the old site of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity house at the SE corner of 13th Street and West University Avenue. Last June the Gainesville City Commission reversed an earlier decision which would have permitted construction of the proposed service station. This promptly brought the suit which termed the city's action Illega. Furthermore, Fagan maintained Friday that If a station were put on that corner thatt it would --Aggravate and intensify the extreme danger and hazard to automotive and pedestrian traffic at the already "traffic bound intersection.'' --Not be in keeping with the character and existing use of strrounding property. --Make it impossible for the Aity to control ingress and egress routes to a service station, resulting in the further aggravation of traffic problems. The city further alleges that Bishop and American were not prepared to use the building permit in the event they got It. LANRYUNA YOU At WINN-DIXIE 5 G.C. MUR PHY ---.Theme Sunday man In students an oppor.us adequate to deal With himself," of Wesley to TI REV. SPRING FSU Sta Expa nsio TALLAHASSEE (Sr Alliato)>--A planni for the expansion oftU ball stadium was gi~ by the Board of Con day's Tallahassee me FSUI President Blackwell requested to extend the stadiu lease by the Budget of $5O,OO0 of surplt funds that were earnm FSU budget for this June, 1963. The mn held in trust for tt In outlining the in the stadium to F'SU, well maintained that ponents will bring m Set interpretations of existence that transcend said the Rev. Thaxton Springfield, directo, Foundation. "1 do not see Religion -in -Life Week as a meilis answer or solve all the problems of existent.'. is not gixilty, a often accused, of simply asking questions, but more hopefully will point in the direction of answers that students find for themselves. 'Those who participate in Religon -In -Life Week should not be looking for absolute answers. "We will look into the meaning of human existence; That is, is man sell created and self perpetuated' Qeuestio,,s will be raised as to whether the world Is of age and no longer needs God, like a child who grows vp and tic longer needs parents. "During Religion-in-Life Week, we will be calling attention to the nature of our existence arnd the relationship of man to other creatures who live alor.g-side turm,' Rev. Springfield said. 'it is a questionol man's learnlog to live in the world community FIELDor committing suicide." FIELDRev. Springfield, 49, graduated from Emory University with a B.A. in history, Candler School iu m U "i f Theology with a bachelor of Set divinity, and has done graduate fl S t studies at UFP, Boston University and Yale University. special to The Daring World War H, he served ang program as a chaplain in the U.S. Navy. he FSU footRev. SpringfIeld became 'en approval Director of Wesley Poundationand trol at FriCounselor of Georgia Seagle Hall eating. in 1947. He is presently minister Dr. Gordon at University Methodist Church, permission which he organized in 1948. He mi upon reis also active in civic affairs. Commission us incidental marked in the purpose in oney is now he project. importance of Dr. Black"Strong opore people." -. o U .0e* AIR CONDITIONED STUDY LOUNGE 20 LB. WASHER OR 10 LB. WASHER 4 ALSO DRY C~tANING -9 (Some as Every 10th Load LBS. FOR $1 .50 Free) Adkins Appointed A Gainesville attorney J.C. Adkins has been appointed circuit Judge in lb. Eighth Judicial Circult. Adklns wms named to the post by Governor Purrs Bryant. The new jidge will serve a si county area ,tjch Includes Ala.chit, Baker, Bradford, Gilchriat, Levy and Union counties. Greek Letter Penqjants I.H r 4 Still 'A WOR LD COME OF AGE' R eligion-in-Life DO W HILE Officials Needed Officials for the Feb. 6 spring elections are urgently needed, according to Bill DeGrove, Secretary of the Interior. Applications may be obtained from Room 310 of the Florida Union. Officials must work a minimum of five hours and will be paid a rate of 75 cents per hour. Officials are excused from class, he said. SH OP / I

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Of Discussed Viet Nam By Exile TOM BERSHIRE ADDRESSES SGER ..as Civil Ri includinga vote new names to th4 ghters discuss pia registration drive e books. ns for spring trimester, aimed at adding 1,000 ti tiuij it '1k rbe Limit ionNr 'T' Xli >Jt ted S-,tts who speAks hex l'hu iday at 8:15 p.mi., comlws close to fitting thit description,. thuong, who is speaking iiinL--versit y Aiulitorlumn on the topi' "What Ne'xt fox Viel Nami 'a I Ineoffer t Ox I 1 rrmhis country, "stramned" in tSht tnilted States. Chuong .tth. father of the controversial Mine. Ngo~InhNhu, wife of the late Ngo LDinh 111cm, assassinated premier of Viet Nanm. Following the intens Ificat ton of harsh policies 4gain.st the Buddhists, Chuong resigned his eightyear diplomatic post to the United States on August 22, in protest over the Dicis' actions. His wife, who was Viet Nam's representative to the United Nations, also resigned In protest Ihi o hII. ,aiiist liti .ittlis. lie refused ( to see her when she irruved ii the lunled Staile aind later only cOniSiitted to NC,' hPr aft,'r the ZI'vOlliOi il which lien huistandi I FDISCOUNT 419 S.W. 8th St. Pd 1 Iri 't i ii (Tjh4 jid%, liui Iii.a, MNtiiitr o( lortigriAffaira nl Minister oftate or VietN m. Although (huong Is to peak eli *What Next for VkIe Na? iii nii.,,'s .ered line tioni Is what ie xl or (huoig" DRUGS FR2-5347 SGER Plans Negro Registration Drive A voter registration drive designed to "put 1,000 nleW Dames on the books" is being planned by the UF's Student Group for Equal Eights organization as well as other interested civic groups In the area. Plans for the drive, were announced at Sunday night's meeting of SGER members at the Hlllel Center. President Rick Rivenbark said that at least four other ama organizations are connected with the effort at this time. These include the NAACP adult and youth councils of Gaisesyille, the Gainesville Women for Equal Rights, the Gainesville Council on Human Relations, and the SGER. According to Rivenbark, the SGER's part in the drive will be to serve as block workers In the various precincts. Hiveobark said the groups are particularly anxious to push registrations in preparation for the coming city elections and bond refer end ur. "The east side sewer project," Rivenbark said, 'wil] be of great benefit to the Negro community. We want to make them realize these wings and get them to the polls on election day." Each of the 96 block groups will be composed of a Negro adult tram that area, a SGER member', and a member of the NAACP Youth Council. They will contact the eligible voters in their area and seek to make appointments for them to register. In connection with the campaign, a meeting of all participutig organintions will be held tonight at the Mt. Carmel Church, N.W. Fifth Avenue mud Filth Street. A car-pool will be formed behind Tigert Hall at 2:30 tonIght for those needing a ride to the meetlag. Those interested In further information are asked to call 3729703. IChoice Steaks & Chops STEAKS: T-Bone. Club Rib Sirloin. .954~ lb. B3e lb. 76e lb. .89e lb. PORK: S tced Pork Center Cut ROAST: Chuck .67e lb. Rump .67e lb. B&R Rump *. 85e lb. Loin .63.4 lb. Chops .79c lb. John LaCost wanted a par t in scientific progress / w -0 I '9 'A, a 4 S m He has it at Western Electric John LaCost received his B S E E from the University of Illinois in 1962 One of the factors which influenced him to join Western Electric was the quick manner in which new engineers become operational. During the short time John has been with us, he has worked in several areas which are vital to the nation's communications complex. And with his future development in mind, John attended one of our Graduate Engineer Training Centers where he studied the I root line Electronic Switching System. He is currently working as a systems equipment engineer on such projects as cross bar switching anrd hno link nukina controlled production lines and microwave systems. He isalso aware of the continued oppoflunity for advanced study through the Company-paid Tuition Refund PMan, as well as through Company training centers I-ow do you see rour future? If you have high personal standards and the qualIfications -e are looking for, -e should talk. Opportunities Ic, lastrnoving careers exist nmw, not only for electrical, mechanical and industrial engineers, but also for physical science, liberal arts and business majors. For more detailed format n, get your copy of the western Electric Career Opportunities booklet from your Placement Office, Or mite: Western Future Prof eim Phm ac ALL DAY, EVERY DAY PRICES Insulin U40 -99c Insulin UC$.89 ALL MEA T STEW .66CLI. it ik sono ti-n. t huuty ule alli tN' I'osernim'nt wolild to .hing then poltries et 1 hiity alopttNhly tuoke

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A '.1 r edlitorials W4 h've ,eirL I Iriid nrist ft mirni wit, 'uti iih Ii1relei ji +>1 rn,iifitmpjt he.au,, of iih!ID mn par ty ,tfilhatlr. > 1 er Iidividials tigu lively stab iii h ,the ii, rh. b.11k for th e ,ak, 4 the rampagn. We have si.,n good m11 rdept Ividi (f pgitilnl for which they were qualified hec atiw of pohli S. A healthy party system on.1 uihvel shy i mJus Is oji, of thi most .'Tllghteninlg !UIctPITnS OI .situdent gOV0Ielmelt And its (pti oncfla closely follow the design of th. Inatiornal party ,rgaii/atiorns resulting in a significant cdI~, .tionial dlvii, lor thilse Hl)VPd. Thw -N A\ SCOLLEGE OFFERS BEST OPPORTUNITIES Be Yourself-N ow Or Mushrooming Politics, 1964 By WALKER LUNDy Editor The onmious rumblings beganon campus last week even before students had begun to take the new trimester seriously study-wise. They were the traditional noises, the ones that have beenheard every spring at the U F since before Peabody Hall was built. They centered around the fraternity houses and around the Florida Union, specifically on the third floor, and even MORE specifically in the Student Government (SG) on the third floor of the Florida Union. Another week or so will amble by while the rumblings remain "underground" and then, with a flourish the likes of which the campus has not seen since last spring, Campus Politics, 1964 will explode on the horizor with all the bluster and muster of a hydrogen bomb. Students will become enveloped In the mushrooming cloud of "poop" and 'propaganda" and candidates will promise everything from easier final exams to better seats at the football games. The smiling, hand-shaking coibatants will come thundering down to the final wire with all the energy and financial support their respective sides can muster. Then the blocs or the fraternities or the independants or whoever It is that readly decides these things, will issue a mandate to one side or the other and everything willsiowly back into a normal perspective. One party announced last week another one last night. There is some talk of a third party. The stage is being set, the battie lines drawn, and the party platforms are being conceived,. As has probably been the case in past elections, Mr. Harry flume, the average, run-of-the-mnill UF student, probably won't have much interest in the campaign. Hie won't feel it actually touches him and, therefore, won't go out of his way to make himself known at thepolls election day. An editorial on this page issues a plea to all parties to conduct an above-board, honest campaign, sans mud. This Is the feellng of virtually every member of The Alligator staff and, we feel the opinion of the great majority of students here at the UF. We can only add a persona] note to this plea, Student politicos, w. are talking to you. Conduct your campaign as intellIgent, college students should conduct a campaign. We have great confidence in you. We thitik you can. The only question is, will you. The Fiorida Alligator Served by United Press international Editor .*** **. .,.*. .Walker L undy Managing Editor .......Bhll Fuller Assistant Managing Editor .John Askins Editorial Editor ..Wdyne Norfleet Sports Editor. ..Davt Berkowitz Wire Editor ....lBoThomras Feature Editor .C ynthia Tunstall Campus Living Editor .......Judy Lynn Prince Editorial Assistants.*John hancock, Ernie Lit,, Glenn Lanecy, Gail Sobering, Nancy Limmet, Alan Campbell and Betty WendI. Reporters. Mike Power, Jim Castello, Phil Heven'r, Joel Ciasto, Douglas Molitor, Donita Mathisor., Sally Stock, Kathie Maric,, Carol Nobis, Ann Carter, Jo. Koilin, Stan Kulp, Pam Pulley, Agnes Fowles, Ronald Meserve, Bob DeLoach, Fran Snider, Fred Lane, Kathrine EDITOR'S NOTE: The following commentary on the social possibilities offered in college appeared in the Miami Hurricane on Dec,. 20. In college lies the greatest op-portunity for a person to be an individual. Within the halls of ivy ( or, more appropriately, our walkways of royal palms), experimentation with ideas and methods can take place and the student decides upon a path to follow alter graduation. But, being individualistic often is not the safest or surest way to get through college. It calls for disagreeing With friends and enemies on topics vnoreirnportant than whether to eat at the Pancake House. Disagreement is not the main point here. It's standing up for one's views ano being able to defend them rationally and Intelligently that counts. This Is part of your college education. Some students miss this phase of maturing. They fall to realize there are other estra -curricular activities besides the beach and parties. Activities such as researching a topic discussed In class because it Interested you and rot for a grade,. Or, joining an organization for the experience of working with people in a field which you might go into after college, Student government, the campus publications, the philosophy group, aid Pl ease sign ail letters. Names will be withhel d on request. We reserve the right to edit letters for space reasons. -The Edi tors tie debate team are only a few examples. Enough of joining just to add to the list of clubs by your name In the Ibis. The people in the latter group (and there are many on this campus) are rnot taking full advantage of what their university has to offer. They are not the individuals. They point with pride to each new status symbol they acquire. I'm not saying that if you like to drive asports car, youshouldn't because it's a sign of conformity. Drive one only because it's what you want to do. Being an individual, standing up for your rights, and using your best judgment, may get you io trouble once In a while, but in the long run you will gain tie respect of those around you. And, if you make a nustakce and have to admit you were wrong, then you've learned to 10 something really difficult. Admitting you we re wrong and realizing you'ye only begun to learn are two of the most vital steps mi a person's development. Use your years in college for this. Not enough attention is given to these topics which should comtplemnent the student's classroom work. If these things canbepointed out beginning at the freshman level, young people might realize they needn't fall into place as just another I.D. number to the administration and faculty and conform to their group's ways just to be "in."' LETTER : EDITOR: At this time of year when both campus political parties draw up their slate on nominees .uid pice together their semi-reliant plat.forms, I wuld like to ask what might prove to be an embarrassing question: "'Exactly how significant and powerful is Student Government as a leader of the students' interests" Canrtdo anything important" Speciiically, I wonder if a Stuuent Goverrnment -led movemtTnt supported by the student body could poss ibly halttlernoneymongering tactics of the Athletic Association. Must the student body stand idly by while the Association takes advantage of It? Iwo recent events inspired me to wonder anything couldbedone. 1Although it seems that there is a move in Gainesville to hush up any such development, there is undeniably action afoot to move the F.&.U. game to Jacksonville. (For the sake of general inferniattoti, we shall note that both the S.M.U, and the Georgia games are al r ead y scheduled for the Gator Howli 2\ In Ihge -.im e home game with anotheroutstaflding opponent will be played next year during the Christmas vacation in Jacksonville. He added that if it is successful financially, a perminent arrangement would be set up whereby two Floridla home games each year would be played in Jacksonville. The Jacksonville Colleseum seats about 5,000 and a sell-Out there, Slo an implies, would be more satisfactory t h an One ii Gainesville "since most or tbe seats go to the students". (Too bad they can't keep us out of the games completely.). Since this trial game would be with powerful North Caroling, one might guess that a handsome profit will be realized. A successful venture of this type would lead to more games in Jacksonville. To insure further success at the gate, tiiy would, no doubt, be with outstanding vi sib ng opponents. Fewer good games for you and mc to see. Student Government: Perhaps its too late to do anything about our new "home field" for tootbail but perhaps you could think Of qmnn rmnna w~hih nit, *hp haketNever

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Criti L ~Move' By DON FEDERMAN 1i IS (on) Up~i u l li ,.iItlIW[ I,1 th.< ll t*I*5 t'X, IJx nit olW(N){ tiavestie WIh is sine fkrip you couples. Cr.o tes romw under the sheets 'hir l.st movie, that remiirklijdo of .1ames 1,arner and mis Day Jre at it ig in' with Ie lbai nig displayy of itmas'ilattiorn andi female ego. so haidy it pi ohft are these two that I 'I'ink of the factory tm cock II' tirile I 'CC! th,,m. Their I Ing his about as mTU( h a~inaIini as a factory too. AndI this is niot all. As an xtia idded unwelcomed surprise, It s hilly Bergen. These thr ic stellar attractions form a 1189 "triumyerate of mediocrity."' \Jw, no mo v ie would be conplete without a plot. WE 1, this movie isn't very complete. No, actually this movie can claim that distinction. Garner's wife is mis sing and declared Public Meeting Scheduled "A Balanced Housing Program in a Community" will be the topic of a public meeting scheduled for tax. 5, at 8 p.m. in the east courtroom of t he county court-house In Gainesville. Principal address at the session will be given by Howard Tomnpkmns, d is trict director for the Federal Housing Authority in Jacksonville. Alachua County's Director of Environmental H ealth, B.C. l afford will give the summary of the results of a neighborhood housIng survey conducted near the UF. Also expected to come in for some discussion at the meeting is Cainesville's proposed housing ode, now up for a rUbiic hearing before the city commissiononiJan,. The ordinance, which was preselited to the commission last week after being iln the hands of the City Plan Board since the summer of 1962, will apply to all housing in the city one month after Its final passage. FLORIDA 3uds Over. [i ty, A+'In,f [ tiit, hu[t.,u i s 1,plaliniug it to st' oti AlP. \l. inwhile, kari[ III10 tiilut that t wife wit i non tll eslnmIl. tht hdthe 'tamtJCL ii hmahiiOmIe (hut k ( fhlitI thtitivt limen tained IL ne~t toe ol jt i I stilit C l sllI)' he thFat nhhILs no li(Iuoi, fthIugh \kI hit l t Movie lililh Winils iip, in 0111 with diiinieiule t ofSttOnli miii!. riae, iist wife biig it'cl],z d legally alive, iiieve, yIody liviri happily ever .tter .Yes, even Bergen is happy, sirce she discovers mom anue with her .nJy st. The astounding thing about thits movie is that it is so ronisistelit. The story is Absurd. The acting is atrocious. And with the exceptHon of the final courtroom scene, this movie is quite unfunny. Yet wi4th all these flaws, the movie is a must for those who want to know what love is, since this movie is a statement of what love isn't. Imagine, the cinema marig ofDoris Dayd James Garner has never gotten past the oral gratification stage. i'm sure that marriage is more than a few passionate kisses and the words, 'Oh darling, don't take advantage of me'' (which is another way of saying, '' Let me take advantage of you'''). I'm sure that If Hollywood had its way, the stork would become a very real national institution -how else do you explain children> Well, how long car this obscenity be perpetuated? Someday, they may remake this movie with the same stars, only this time Garner marries Bergeti merely out of lustful need and gets a woman who practically devours him, and Doris Day comes back with Chuck Conners and a couple of kids, with the words, "'m' sorry, honey; a woman has needs too.", Well, thanks anywaycainesville Drive -In for trying to be ambitious in bringing in first-run fea.lures, but next time remember to defferentiate between feature and cinema. UNION ) .1 Ic i 4
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6 & ds Ilimit&d Io fir ivy app2icant,,. irtstriictoi (oA.,iil Ie' y Price retired f(,rTm1 ly ,,rma,,lug last borwe Tiraiting lieglmnt at U.S. Cavalry School. (Val Gary at 466-9295 or C2o1. Price FR 2-5844. (AN YOU AFFOitI)to play horse polo? Elementary or advanced training for man or horse. FacilitIes limited to one at this time. C'ol. Terrill E. Price, retired. Tepee Ranch. Williston Road. 2-5844. (lA-OS-t-c),. NESTOR'S -TV, HAIO HIFI SERVICE. Tubes checked free. Free Estimates. Next to Florida Bookstore parking lot. 1627 N.W. 1st Ave. Phone FR 2-7326. (M 67-MWF-c). MOTHER'S LOVE and care for infants and children In pra 'ate home. i-l/z miles west of Fields plaza. Best references. 6-7673. (M-67-St-). STUDENT WIFE experienced nursery school assistant and mother to care for young child of working mother. Please call 6-9729. (M71-3t-c). LETS BRING THE SOUTH AMERICAN LOO0K TIJ .O.F. RUANA: The South American cap. ideal for campus wear -Can be seen and ordered at Camillles -l1l6 S.w. 5th 2 blocks from campus. 61483. (A-7l-6t-c). 17' Cabin Cruiser for Sale-See at Linda Ann Court 4 ml. South on 441. (A-72-St-p)*. 20' Crusier and trailer. Sleep. 3. Depth sounder, upholstered cushions thni out. Two 40 HP engines, top lines, anchor, extra, seats, life preserves. Other Sccessorfrs. $2250. FR 2-3357.(A72-St-c). -FLORIDA >udnas -STAlE ,> w. -72 hi] -'It r\W~ lI(JMF S -Iii's 2 8AI li' Bsatitful w~tI-4I-wLl .tkialig, eiiulpped kit' hIwn, .2 ar garage. N.W. area coiivnieit to Iinlversity. Call 2-3522 Arnold Realty Co. (A-72-St-c). MIII, END)S--HEN)ERSON'S MIL S'NJ U.S. II Wy. 19 Crystal River, FHa.-Only I hr. IS mini. (rom Univ. l iterally TONS (WhTOWElS AN!)MlAE OF FAHUICS. See th., lovely colors available for your home.IRREGUILABS OF FINE QUA CITIES. Many first quality items also. Our carpet ends are beautiful and about three-fourths off, The finest bedsp e d onethir off. Tel. 79553 CdEV. 2 door runs nill. $1 25. Also one Boa Constrictor $5.00. 1133 N.W. 22nd Ave. Phone 27997. (A-70-3t-p). New homes in PINE FOREST. A few ready for immediate occupanely. Gainesville's fastestgrow1mg new home community. VA', PHA financing. Flugh Edwards inc. N.E.6 lah Ave. and ithSt.2-1551. HOLEX 18 mm roll-load turret movie camera. Normal and wideIaigle lenses. $100. Room 11, Florida Union. (A-lt-tf-p). WEBCOR tape recorder with tapes and mike. A-i condition. BohEllison 811 North Hall Phone FR 69205. (A-71 -3t-p). 1960 TAMPICO Trailer 55' x 10', 3 bedroom 1-1/2 bath centrally 'ac and heat. Must sacrifice. No Archer 495-2445.(A-71 -t-c).'ll LADY'S BICY C LE, 26-inch l wheels, enormous front basket, pretty good shape, Room i1, Florida Union. (A-71-tf-c). | MAWS BICYCLE, 16-INCH TV, Heath AR-2 Radio, Hot-plate, and Electric Broiler. Call FR 2-2880 or see apt. 0 405 N.E. 5th Avenue. (to -) at 5*7*9Naso" JLI US' AlO* .4PgR Held over until Tuesdlay I I ') ill II -11-i Will lTd. IFIN'N who t'ok rmy hi" W(A( F IsIAII, )%.Ik at u iltring (I nab, pitise it eurn it to the Student Publication, ufrn e i the basement of the I Ia. I nion. Owner carrier of infectious scalp dIsease. Reward WOODSHOP INSTRUCTOR-afternoon and someSaturday work. Boys club. After 1:00. Call Charley Dobbs 2-5341. (C69 -tf-c). I MALE STUDENT to share nice 2 bedroom apartment. AUl the comforts of home provided except mother and father. Call 6-1123 after 5:00. (C-70-St-c) WANTED I cr2 roommates.Comnpletely furnished Apt. Close to university. Contact Harry Stnjb. Graduate student Univ. ext 2681. (C -68-3*-c). SMALL, WELL FURNISHED airconditioned apartment for single male. Locationof no consequence. Write box 22, statIng rent, approx. utilities. (C-Il -3t-c). WANTED -One Male student to share house wIth 5 other male students. $17 per person per month. Call 6-2888. (C-71-tl-p). WANTED to buy-small usedeycle or scooter $125 to spend. Mike Golden FR 2-9178. (C-71-3t-c). WANTED ONE STUDENT to share apartment with 2 others for this trimester. Good study environment. (C-71 -tI-c). WANTED --One girl to share apt with 3 others. Large apt., close to campus 915 S.W. 2nd Ave. FR 2-5844. $85 a month. (C-68-3t-c). WANTED -On e gi rl to share apartment wIth 2 others. BehInd Norman Hall. Rent $40 a month. Call 2-5965 after 5 p.m. (C-f23l-c). ATTRACTIVE ROOM with, central heal in quiet modern home. Ideal for student who needs a desirable place to study. FR 2-7883. (B68-St-c). FURNISHED apartment, $100 ver prson per trimester. Phoim, refrigerator. 372-2471 afternoon Sand eveniqgs. (B-69-3t-oJ. open:30shoat 7 FIR3T flA DSeg low Istirun adui. showhlst &ast ----"" "(4, kitth'r weekr rds. (Itmil aftn S, -51-e). teri hAve. AId )ih APARTMENT: FURNISHED, spatiotis, quiet, walkIng distance to campus. $90/mo. for a couple or $35 each 3 single me". Apply 116 N.W. 16th St. (B-71-Jt-c),. NEW air comd, furnished and bath on balcony. Kltchendinette,aiid living room on main floor. Colornil full size appliances, washing machines in each apartment. Walk to university. Shown by resident manager. Apt.No. l,Campus Apts-. 402 N.W. 18th St. FR 2-3357. (B-7l -St-c). IDEAL room available for graduate, nurse or business girls. Between University and Colonial Manor Apts. 1238 S.W. 2nd Ave. Upstair. $40 month. Miss Ford 372-7918. (B-fl -It-c). INVEST IN RENTAL PROPERTY --Up to 30% NET return on actual cash invested In Apt, units. Low down payments, We MANAGE Apts. No effort to you. Pholie 2-3522 Wayne Mason at Arnold Realty Co. 1219 W. University Ave. (B-72-St-c). COLONIAL MANOR, Sublease for 8 mnos. $115. Air cond. 1216 N.W. 2n )Ave. Phone 2-7334. (B-72ROOMS FOR MEN--I block to 'campus. Central heat, air conditioning, utilities furnished. $35. Per month. Arnold Realty Co. 1219 W. University Ave. (B-f2St-c). APARTMENT furnished air-conditioned. Like a small home near campus. Also room In private home with or without kitchen privileges, ho me atmosphere. 6-0410. (B-6'7-tf-c). 1 ||'|j ,11 11 C GUESS WHO AIN'T COUNTRY NO MORE. 1390 RADIO has shaped up. You all come up and bear us sometime. 1390. (J-72-tI-c). 1962 AUSTIN HEALEY 3000 SK II. Black and red raci stripes, blue Interior. Wire wheels, heater, road lights. Reasonably priced. Call Mike 2-9490. (G-70-if-c). HELP WANTED MUST HAVE STEAK-EA TING (KC) EXPERIENCE, OR WILL TAKE LONDON BROIL EA TERS. SEE BELOW. Try our famous KC STRIP STEAK Med. -1.3 Large $1.65 Extra $2 Laige .00 served with: Tossed Green Salad, French Fries, Hat Rolls & Buffer. Loud. Broil Steak $1.00 served with: ife' I f i 11|4 1 .' r i 31 I i ,,,, Pi t Ui, I4 1 r, htetr, Ieeds horm. wourk. Seit(ice ror t.at ofCer ctvr $275. Small Pet, ()ison It 2 -93W r :19G0 A! TA ROMEo 2000(2-O958). Good Condition. $1850., (G-703t-p). 1958 S!MCA $100. Must sell. See at 207 T Flavet HI. (G-71It-c) 1956 FOR)-$400. or best offer. 608 S.W. 10th St. (G-71 -at-p). 1960 HONDA 250 cc. Excellent condition. New battery and tires. Turn signals, electric starting, very reasonable. Call or see: Steve roOm 3029 Plume. FR 69234. (G-12-3t-p). 1 | |

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Cigarettes SAre Here Mtiff writ.'i I1 studeints Atut likely tob leprivedl of cigarette venurig rm,*(hirnts OP Campus lespiit, thn' r,-,UltS of the 14-Month Blue Hit,kit SF ady whIch (o und c 1g.rtt nmcking to N -a leading (JIIse if IEllvrt Voss, head ol phir maclogy at the (ollege if PhirSwim Plan Fins Show Swim Fins and Aqua G'tors, hdvtng reorganfredlasttrlmester, Ire recruiting new members for .t big spring show In March, according to advisor Dorothy Shields. Plans for the spring show are already well under way. Members write, organize, and perform every phase of all shows, said Miss Shields. Interested swimmers and nonswimmers alike are Invited to contact either Miss Shields at the Women's Gymnasium, orthepresident, Jane Smaliwood, at lPt 2-4772. Non-swimmers can help plan the show aid work on mclery. Workshops will be held on Mondays at 7 p.m. to help new member, acquire sycbronized swimml ng skulls. Business meetings will be held in room 201 of the Elorida Gym Instead of workshops whvrn necessary. Apartments Plaits for a cooperative apartmielit-complex near UI have been .mlicunced, with prices ranging from $4,000 to $8,500 cash or ternis. The site is a 32-acre tract On oW 23rd Terrace, about one-half mile south of Archer Road overlooking the Ii farms and BivInhs Ant Lake. Efficiency, one and twobedroom apartments will be built. A recreation center andswimmlngpool are planned. Houseboy Hurt The Kappa Sigma fraternity houiseboy and two other persons were Injured early Sunday when they were struck down by a car at W. University Ave. and 12th St. The houseboy, Alfred Biell of 5-5 N.W. sth Ave., is in Alachua Genera] 'Hospital with a broken leg and multiple bruises-. Bell's eOnlpanion8, Delores McN.Y 5th Ave. an ai esn 22, of 503 N.W. 6th PIace, were Created and released. The car which bit the pedeetriiwa drien by Erak Speyer, Were file. t ii 'LI lit III iii At T o t, ii .'I: UF MA'S Stay .Ll pit. wIn't stiip ini e, W 'It Will IaeM lcain l a 'sign to mauk,. [oft. rut ilewin. Nothing its will lb.'' A tan-man sptetiai ttiViar y (Ufllmitttee oji smoking and hetlith anllourt'd it washington Sstuid&ay that I garitte smtcking is the ltadinhg ius. of twig cIac ti int lmer of tihe larynx. It n ilso, an' 'im. at, tor 'nt hiihektha th lt Tbh. I ite if dhuh LIII to (lilt tel I.ss than for Iit ette smnnku D-nof >tu.Ient Affadrs [ 4''tec Non hati g.i'.ttt. miathmru. will be rgemovnd (8 iles inrioll i m op peal CIA$ Marion Finance FR 6-5333 222 W. Univ. Ave-. "''*-' SPECIAL ON RIBS OR CHICKEN ( IN A BASKET) MAC'SDrive 1331 East University Avenue WHERE ARE YOU GOING ThIS VOCATION ? Young scientists and engineers 'going places' ivestigate a variety of challenging engineering avenues before selecting one best suited to their goals. And they look for a professional climate with lots of id vidual recognition and advancement opportunity. if you are charting your career along this course, let LingTemco-Vought be your guide. As one of the nation's most versatile contributors to the aerospace, military electronics and communications sciences, ITV can offer you a personalized route communications design reliability/maitaiunability engineering reconnaissance systems amplifier and computer systems microwave components design electromagnetic interference control electroflic 5y7terns analysis telemetry and tracking trajectory analysis manUfacturing rgd industrial engineering technical administration ..plus many others. For a closer look at the numerous career directions available with Ling-Temco-Vought, ask )uf Placement Office for our brochure describig [TV projects and ONLY -In Loans up to $600 pe -,

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P ~e A Caaers That's Unshuffle TIger s Tale, Auburn 63 -46 VAUGHN Writer F forIida met AiiIurin orn th. igerown slow-down, ball control terms here Saturdfay night, and ground out adefense-featured 63-46 Southeastern Conference basketball victory. TIhe win, Florida's second SEC 14-91 Miam trumph Wdd ay The crowd was quieter, the points fewer, and there were no fist battles on the floor. Encountering Auburn's "shuffle" offense and hall-control tactics, the Gators turned to the caiitious game also, especially In the second half. After fradling 39-3! at intermission, Florida eased past the Tigers in an unusually lowscoring 24-IS final 20 mInutes. Florida was never behind after assuming an early 7-6 lead. With forward Dick Tomnlinson, scoring is or his team-leading 25 A ,nts, the Gators opened up a 25 point gap with four minutes left until the half way break. Auburn however rallied In the ANNUA L CL E A RANCE SA LE 00 *'SPORTCOATS 'TOPCOATS WOR TH WH IL E R EDUCTIONS ON SPORTSHIRTS SLACKS DRESS SHIRTS TIES UNDERWEAR RAINCOA TS PAJAMAS ROBES LADIES SPORTSWEAR REDUCED %to %2Oft renliiiirg ijiihtit.> En miaragirig to i t 1k, (,ator ifvu i age to eight pxoiiiis It the bu/ir. lint thi rigtrs L AmTO bnk of t he I ress ing t rim iri co riot rind field goal range for five minutes. Never again did mount a serious threat. Tomlinson, the forward shoots like a guard, adjusted average to a 20.5 mark with erage. Henderson, hobbled by jlt ,ver they who his the inoIi Y m i'aI to ji) potti. XAtblhi, shiototag ilniSily it ln 1,g., wA~s l,,ramed ill irht tny ., vigorous Tomi Baxley -leil [ !iorIIa defensive effort. In the (reshman preliminary, Florida's unbeaten Baby Gators sailed to their rourthbwin, smacking the Jacksonville Junior varsity 112Gar c lry cotribute 24,2 a left Ramsey got 20. j;\&~ Swim As Records Gators By DAVE BERKOWITZ Sports Editor action Newton rebound n Saturda (35) figh .THE FIGH T IS ON the basketbal .This was typi y's game as Richard Peek (44) tfor a rebound. cal of th and JOE Florida's two-time AII-Anwrican Jerry Livingston tumbled two varsity swi mming records Saturday as the UF tankers defeated Georgia Tech. 57-38. Livingston set a varisty record and tied a pooi record swimming the 50 yard freestyle course in Frat Bowling Fraternity Orange and Blue league bowling competition begins today at 4:45 p.m. at Palm Lanes. The schedule of games is: ln the Orange Leagne -BTP vs KA, SN vs PDT, SPE vs OTD, A TO vs AEP, TEP vs KS, PLP vs PKCA, SAE vs P2(1, and SX vs TX. For the Blue League -LXA vsTICE,_and AGR vs DX. Gym Tem vi: eThe UF gymnastics club opened Its 964season ithC a 841/Fday night. Bob Harwood paced the UFsquad to the win, scorIng 22 points in winning three events and placing second in a fourth. Harwood finished first in the still rings, side horse and free exercise. His second came in the parallel bars. Florida won eight of the nine events with Dan Harris taking the Citadel's only first inthe tram. poline. Charlie Deane was double winner for the UP' with firsts in the rope climb and high bar. The gymnastics club's nert meet Is Saturday afternoon against Flnrida State. ALAN'S Top Tech 2.2 seconds chopping one half second off the previous team mark. The old record of 22.? was set in 1962 by Bill Grover and then tied by Livingston against Alabama in December. Another mark fell in the 300 yd. butterfly as Livingston cleared the four lengths of the pool In 52.3 seconds, bettering his own mark by .3 seconds Tech took two firsts In the meet, placing number one in the 400 yd. medley relay and lO0yd.freestyle. Larry Gaghan took the 100 free in 50.6 seconds finishing just ahead of Florida's Charlie King. Bill Corbin and Ray Whitenouse captured two firsts apiece. Corbin won the 200 yd. freestyle in 1:56.5 and the 500 y'd. freestyle in 5:36.8. Whitehouseds. feated opponents in the 200 yd. Individual medley (2:08.0) and the 200,yd. breststroke (2:33.3). Rod Hubbert gay, the Gunos a first i n the 200 yd. breaststroke with a time of 2:13.3. The Florida 400 freestyle relay team ended the meet with a win. The team composed of Livingston, Alan Lauwaert, Hubbert and Jim Roos finished the time of 3 32:.7, Lansing Price made it one-two the Gators. and Bill Olinger in the diving for The UFP swimmers take the next too wee off inpreparaton-for the Florida.stale meeting in Tall.hassee on Saturday Jan. 25. Both freshman and varsity swimmers will compete in the meet beginning .t 7 p.m. in FSU's indoor pool. The next home swimmnirig will be a frosh affair with Tulane on Jan. 28. CUBANA Featuring the "3 MEAT TREAT" "CUBANA Made on FRESH Golden French Bread: Delivered FREE and FAST to Youj And a Whole Host of Gator Favorite Sandwiches! ATTENTION FRESHMEN: REQUIRED READING! "Cartocus by Do. Addis" Available from Alan's. Have it delivered with your By STEVE Sports ALLIGATOR HATS a ..am L