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Florida AlligatorVol.56No.73

University of Florida, Gainesville TuesdayJanuary 14,1964

LrI Election Day

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7 a A. Ia

/ I iFF Slated Feb. 6By


Staff Writer

The top five student Government positions will be up for grabs

when the students go to the polls Feb. 6 in the UF spring elections.The .

student body president, vice-president, treasurer, chancellorof
the Honor Court and Clerk of the Honor court positions go before

the voters in this election, according to Bill De Grove, Secretary of
the Interior.

Lyceum Council's presidency,
4I vicepresldency and four member- UF StudentsCan

ships will also be decided, De-'
Grove said. The three membersof RegisterVoting

the Doard of Student Publica-
fA tions, 16 Honor Court membersand registration opens this
.i week here on for the
the Legislative Council with
city state and national elections
one member from each college, ten
from the sophomore class and Alton Beasley, deputy supervisor -

eight from the freshman class are of registration said yesterday -

in the offing, he said.A ,
All students 21 of
over years
deadline of Jan. 17 at 5 p.m.
who have been
exists for candidate qualification. age residents of
I the state for least
a one year
The Student Go ve rn mentTreasurer's
office acceptsthe and of Alachua County for at
least six months are eligible to
qualifying fees of office hopefuls -
;* "'4 DeGrove added."Greenboards register, Iteasley said.
Students may register by
go up Jan. 21,"
coming by Flavet III, 200-A any
-- -- --- --- --- he said.
PERPLEXED YOUNGSTER TRYS TO FIND OUT "On Jan. 23 a meeting will be night this week or may contact
Beasley at FH 6-0738 night
held in the second floor auditoriumof any
I .which end is up as she studies modern painting at the Florida Union Social Room Florida Union for all can- this week.

yesterday. The print sale continues through Friday. (Photo by Carolyn Johnston) didates," DeGrove said. Lounge He will at also the Florida be In Bryant Union

The deadline for requesting absentee -
every Thursday for the next
ballots Is Jan. 27. Forms
three weeks from 9 I 1p.m.
BUT PANAMA SEETHS may be obtained in Room 311
and every Friday from 9 a.m.toG
Florida Union, the Secretary of
p.m. to sign up voters.

I OAS 'Settles' CrisisBy Interior"Each is to send a representative -

to the Secretary of In-

terior's office, before Ervin NamedTo
MATTHEW T. KENNY which the United States occupiesthe "excess" land returned to Panamafor campaigning begins, for a

Canal Zone. farming development. complete explanation of the

PANAMA CITY (UPI) The Only a few hours after the OAS Fabian Velarde, press secre- election laws," DeGrove added. Court Post
Organization of American States announced the success of its tary to president Roberto F. "Greenborads will be divided

(OAS) Announced yesterday it had efforts to halt the fighting of the Chiari, said Panama "sees no into equal parts for each party
settled the main points of the U.S. past four days in which 23 persons reason" for the present width of and labeled accordingly," he said. ,
Gov. Farris Bryant will appoint
-Panamanian crisis. But an immediate have been killed and nearly 400 the Canal Zone. lie said Panama "The material posted on green-
Atty. Gen. Richard W. Ervin to
snag deveo Sped when wounded, a Panamanian official considers "unfair" the treaty boards is University property,"
the State Supreme Court today and
Panama renewed its demand fora said the 10-mlle-wide Canal Zone which gave the United States the DeGrove pointed out. "Student
name James W. Kynes to succeed
revision of the 1903 treaty under should be trimmed and the right to rent the canal "in per- election police have been
Ervin as Florida's chief legal
authorized by the Campus Policeto
advisor, sources close to the poli-
He added there could be no patrol the campus and arrest
tical scene said Monday.
restoration of good relations with anyone seen" 'destroying election Bryant refused to discuss the
the United States until Washington material.
appointments until after funeral
to revision of the
agrees a zone
service Tuesday for Justice
treaty. I Glenn Terrell, whose death Sunday

UF Latin American Asked If he was speakingfor BulletinMrs. created the vacancy on the state's

the President Chiari, Velarde highest court.

said he was only "informally"citing Margaret Thompson Terrell, 86, announced his retirement -
"some of the basic points" housemother at the Sigma from the bench Saturday,

Expert Lauds OASBy Nu fraternity house, 2012 W. to be effective Feb. 1 and speculation -
(See PANAMA Page 7))
University Avenue, died late already has arisen that Ervin
last night of apparent natural would be promoted to his seat.
causes. Terrell's death makes it
Staff Writer *
No further Information was essary for the appointment to be

"If the canal area were a part of Columbia- -because of that country's available at press time. speeded up.

over-all size there would probably be no trouble. la the early Ervin will be the ninth attorney

years and up until the two World Wars there was no great problem."It Nixon Blames U.S. general to be elevated to the
was alter these wars," Kantor said, "that the seeds of national- Florida Supreme Court. Those
ism and some of the present conflicts began to be felt." who preceded Mm were A.E. Max-

According to Kantor, the U.s. has run the canal zone on a "Jim NEW YORK (UPI) -- RichardM. well, James D. Westcott Jr., Wil-

Crow basis." By this he said he meant that Americans have establisheda Nixon said yesterday the Pan- liam H. Ellis, George P. Ranay,

double standard which has split the country in ways other than amanian crisis reflects a general James B. Whitfield, Wilfred H.
geographical."A sickness of this country's Latin- Davis and Rivers Ruford.Of .

Panamanian--you know that most of them are very dark skinned American policy. The Repub- the 34 justices that served

people--will usually not get the same pay for the same Job or be licans, he said, must offer the between 1887 and 1964, eight were

given the same housing as high as white Americans," Kantor said.A nation a new cure in the natureof by election and 28 by appointment.

Latin American expert and UF faculty member came out yesterdayin a major operation rather than Bryant has already made one

favor of turning the Panama Canal and the responsibility for Its the customary sedative. appointment to the high bench,

operation over to the Organization of American States (OAS). The former Vice-President former Gov. Millard Caldwell who
"I'm on record that way," Dr. Harry Kantor said as he commentedon he intended to speak out on for- succeed retired Justice T.

the crisis which has seen tiny Panama break diplomatic relations eign policy in general his ttrrP Frank Hobson in 1962.
with the United States. public appearances from now on.In

"There are 21 members in the OAS," Kantor said. "Together they \
could be entrusted with the responsibility of defending the canal, an interview, Nixon said he felt Popenoe Speaks
operating it and collecting tolls. It's possible then that the organizationcould the stand-patism of present Latin 4 4 3+ I

be moved to Panama from its present headquarters in New American policy was leadingthe Dr. Paul Popenoe, noted socio-
York." United States from one defeat logist, speaks tonight at 8:15 at

Dr. Kantor, a professor of Latin American government here at the to another. the Florida Union auditorium on
UF was quite vehement in his views that "the United States had no Asked to comment on the Pan- "How Do You Know It's Love?" .'

business making a country out of Panama in the first place." ama incidents, he said: "This Is Dr. Popenoe is founder and pre .....,

Originally a part of Columbia, Panama gained its national sovereigntyat not jut a story about Panama. sident emeritus of the American

the time the U.s. undertook construction of the waterway which splits It's part of the whole story of RICHARD M. NIXON Institute of Family Relations in
the country in two. Latin America." Los Anjjebs.The .


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Page 2 The Florida Alligator TuesdayJanuary 14,1964


I Officials; ; Students Weigh New Kules I

Harder To Wirtala OptimisticOn

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Despite much confusion and a few minor hardships, UF's new traffic
It's harder to violate the law at
and parking regulations seem to be paying off.
the UP these days. ,
And because it is, UF Police Dr. Arnold Wirtala thinks so, anyway, Wirtala, assistant to the dean
Chief Audie L.Shuler predicts "a of men and secretary of the UF traffic committee, which proposed the
drastic reduction"of both the U F's regulations, said "The new plan is going well."
accident rate and the number of "Usually when a new innovation is started there Is more unfavorablethan
violation tickets written annually. favorable response, but this hasn't been so," the assistant dean

Recent changes in traffic and continued.
parking regulations will makepart "Students and faculty are Impressed and acknowledge something
of the difference. But the big needed to be done."
change isn't in the rules. Wirtala said campus police have been presenting an average of 50
It's in the degree of en- tickets a day since the new rules went Into effect. Previously, the

forcement.The rate had been as high as 500 a
only actual changes in the day.

regulations are an expansion of University community of 15,000 Presumably, however, the rate.
the "restricted area," a one hour persons. Student Reaction will rise somewhat when the police
extension of restriction hours and Of the 4,000 parking spaces the on duty at control points go backto
the removal of 230 on-streetpark- UF now has, almost 1,000 are their regular jobs.
ing spaces. valueless to those on the central "The campus is safer and quieter
According to Chief Shuler, the campus. These are located in the Mixed On now. Thre is no congestion

regulation that prohibits driving Flavets, on fraternity row,North- anymore in the mornings. Peak
through the main teaching area South Drive from the Sewage Plantto Student reaction to the new rulesis time to hoof it from the hour traffic has been greatly re-
of the ampus has been in effect Archer Road and the north end both favorable and unfavorable.It's Med. Center. duced."

for five years. of Radio Road. nice to be able to walk Another nursing student, Kathy According to Dr. Wirtala, thereIs
"Those prohibited from driving And the 230 on-street spaces across the campus without the traf- Touby likes the new rules. She plenty of parking space avail-
through campus never had park- that have been eliminated for fic congestion, but Rick Diner, thinks they are good because as a able in the periphery. "It's smatter -
Ing privileges in that area to begin safety purposes have cut down the 3EG, doesn't like the idea of walk- pedestrian she doesn't have to fight of establishing new habits,"
with and since they can't number of spaces located for ing "half a mile" to where he Is the traffic. Kathy plans to get a he said.

park on campus, why should they central campus convenience."We going alter he parks his car. car, but feels she'll be happy she By periphery, he said he meant
be permitted to drive through and haven't cut out any of the According to Tom Mairs, 2UC, won't have to fight the. traffic as parking spaces outside the restricted -
add to the congestion said the student parking facilities," the the new driving rules are "the a driver then. area, but still on campus
Chief.In Chief pointed out. "The people worst thing they've pulled so far." Lynn Hall, 2UC,favors the Traffic --much of it behind Hume Hall.
the past, only those found who are feeling the pinch with this He fees the regulations work fine Committee action. She'd rather in
Most of the parking spaces
'parking in areas for which they new plan are the non-academic for the pedestrians, but is annoyedthat the parking spaces be saved for filled.
the restricted areas are now
did not have decals were ticketed. staff, who are being pushed further students can't drive to the those who really need them, rather
However, the committee is keep -
Why now will the 'driving- away from the main area,"he said. Hub, or to classes.A than some who are too lazy to
ing count to see whether the right
through' restriction be enforced? What problems does the Chief 3ED student, Carol Ingram walk. "It's less-likely we'll get
lots designatedforparkIng. -
"The primary reason is to Increase anticipate In enforcing the new hasn't been greatly affected by the mowed down," Lynn said. are
Adeclslon will be made at the
safety for pedestrian traf- plan? new regulations because she never Faculty members and Traffic
fic on campus" explained the "I don't expect any problems," drives to classes. However, she Committee must also hold to the meeting Thursday, Wirtala said.
lots one
Work on temporary ,
Chief. the Chief said. "I think both the has been "inconvenienced" sev- rules, said Wirtala. The committee -
west of Row and the
Final figures have not been established people with driving rights and eral times when she did want to includes: professor William
other With of the drill field has
but Chief Shuler esti- privileges and the students walk- use her car to run errands. Carol Nuetzel, Kern Sharrard, George
slowed rain. The lots are
mates that 180 accidents occurredon Ing to classes: should like it." says that if it were necessary for Sims, Campus Police Chief Shuler, been by
campus last year. The accident The transition means no her to drive to all her classes professor George Freeman, Gra- to be restricted; only those stu-
rate, he said,has increased stead- increase in the number of cam- she would feel "put out." "The ham Area head Bill Ryan, Student dents and faculty members con-
ily each year. pus policemen. For the first few restrictions dc help In getting Government Commissioner of nected with the Engineering Build-
"Mass chaos existed before-- weeks, three policemen who work across the street between clas- Safety John Jenkins, and Student Ing or the Physical Plant will be

too many automobiles, bicycles, the night shift have Joined the six ses," Miss Ingram said. Court Justice Bill McCormick.Dana allowed to use them.

scooters, pedestrians and Inadequate daytime men to aid in educatingthe Because she has classes in the Harnish, 3AS, thinks the The new rules are not designed
space -- you can't mix drivers and establishing the Medical Center, inconvenience a- campus looks a lot better. Buttle'd merely as a stop-gap, but are designed -
'em," he added. new plan.It rises for Julie Schlei, 3NR, when rather see no cars on cam- to fit into future UF plans
Ideally, according to a 1955 traffic has, however, meant an Increase she needs to go to the middleof pus at all, to leave streets open for parking and general construc-
engineering survey, the UF in the number of street campus. "Going completely a- for delivery. "I do wish we had tion.
should have from a minimum of signs. Shuler said he doesn't know round campus wastes, time, gas a large community parking lot,
6,500 parking spaces to a max- the total figure, but says some 40 and leaves me in the same pre- but that would be kind of hard. "Future parking will probablybe
imum of 7,800 parking spaces, to new signs have benn added since dicament as before I started out," The looks of the campus offset south from Hume Hall toward
adequately accommodate a total last trimester. Julie said. Fifteen minutes isn't objections," he said. Lake Alice," he predicted.




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I In Religion Week- TuesdayJanuary 14,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3

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iftc I Modern World To Get StressBy ,

PHIL GEYER tyred Christian theologian who died the church really speaking ade- of 'a world come of age' i.e., a jj jj
Staff Writer in a German Concentration camp, quatley for a representation of world with God," according Rev. j
spoke of "a world come of age" biblical tradition, or are the secular Derckman.
Religion-in-Life Week which when he expressed the convictionthat prophets speaking throughart j
starts January 19, will be builton man would have to commit and literature of the real Rev Berckman graduated from 4
the" theme "a world come of himself to his religious filth, or situation of people and their Wotford College and Harvard Divinity -
age. would have to admit that, as Nietzsche needs?" School.
"This theme raises a question said, God was truly dead.
of what form can the renewal of "Is God being used today as a lie spent two years as a mis
religion take," said Rev. Edward "Perhaps as the abstract God
means to our ends rather than our sionary teacher in India at Luck-
Berckman associate chaplain of is edged out of the world we rediscover -
being to his ends
means ? Rev. now and Bombay, and two yearsas
anhe the Chapel of the Incarnation,Epis Berckman asked.Bonhoeffer his presents in the secular assistant at All Saints Church
copal Center. relationships and decisionsof
wrote, that man with in Mobile, Ala. before coming to
"Is the setting aside of our lives
one his
materialistic creations is replacing Gainesville in 1960.
lean week in 52 as Religion-in-Life God with the machine.

week a sign that religion is being "We question who is really "The senselessness expressedin Rev. Derckman is now acting
left out of our life?" speaking for God today,"saJd Rev the theatre of the absurd may chaplain while Father William M.
Detrich Bonhoeffer, the mar- Berckman. "Is the institution of be a sign of the ultimate result Lillycrop is studying In England. BERCKMAN I

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Page 4 The Florida Alligator TuesdayJanuary 14,1964 Sidelights

To Or Not To Pledge

edi "tC] ]P aLl.s Pledge .

collegiate fraternities and so- tented In as much as possible I

Another Nail In The CoffinGazing By HUGH McARTHUROne rorities. Many of these people, in Nowif It takes all your time to (

bring out some very study, scrimp on everything else.
of the most important decisions my opinion,
impeachments of man in When spare time does show itself -
will accurate
you, as a freshman
It appear first eat 3 square meals
in making
at a television show which had lust the sound portion of its be confronted with, is whether or general but err a
"undesirable attributes" day, and then, If more time is
broadcast, we saw an interesting advertisement. It consisted of a not to affiliate with a fraternityor that these
manifest in col- available, get a least one good
series of camera swings, each of which zoomed into a closeup shot sorority. are t
sororitiesThe hour of physical workout
of someone exhaling a deep lungfull of smoke. Eac'hof the shots movedat I can think of few subjects where legiate fraternities a day (
all the and if still have
that about you more time
normal pace until! the exhalation was Just about complete; whenit you will find so many conflicting facts are :'
frat- work In the things that content
froze to provide a still picture of a happy face semi-obscured bya opinions and so much misunder- "weaknesses" of collegiate you I
also indicative most. If fraternities and sororitiescan
white cloud of smoke. standing. Here is my analysis of the ernities and sororities are
fraternities help fulfill this last area then
Such has been the scene of the much publicized controversy over situation. of our other (

the effects of smoking on the human body. Occasionally someone will such as: Moose, Elk, Lions, you should consider being Initiated,

The controversy is an old one, and like the tide, it seems to have launch an all out vendetta against Masons, Eastern Star, Civitans, otherwise, stay away. As long asa J 1

settled into a regular pattern of ebb and flow that seems (to this genera- Jr. Chamber of Commerce Lea- fraternity or sorority solves

tion) as old as time Itself. gues, etc. In the Interest of logic, more problems than it creates then (

Campus Politic, I think it might behove the general things are probably O.K. but when )

1 critic of collegiate fraternities you are mentally, physically and (

However it is interesting to observe that each flood tide of criticism and sororities to ask himself if hence academically affected detri- (

brings with it some new innovation by which the industry readjusts his gripes are not equally valid mentally by frateral affiliation J

Itself, and again begins pouring millions of dollars into the profit columnof EDITOR: when inflicted upon those organ- get away from them.

its balance sheet t, and incidently, into the coffures of state and federal I'm not much of a "bug" on izations mentioned above and I think all people should go out

tax collectors. The last major innundatlon (with the Reader's Digest Student Government or campus many more, not to exclude the rush, it can't hurt you to find out

manning the floodgates) caused just such a scrambling sandbagging politics, but I am interested.candidateswere I've Brownies and Boy Scouts, and see what's going on.Fraternal may I
of the cigarette industries ramparts. The acceptance of the filter always if his isolation of collegiate fra- solve a great many adjustment

became the newfound prop, and their sales led the industry to new picked and what people or ternities and sororities Is justi- problems you might otherwise
group really run the show. I can
pinnacles of success. have, or it could make them worse.
only thank this newspaper for giv- fied.To
Now, once more the tide comes in, with everyone from the Surgeon be sure there are individual You'll never know unless you look
ing that insight to me. I'm an independent -
General to the infirmary Janitor convinced that, filter and all, the differences in each of the organ- around. Should you pledge and find '
and frankly I was quite
cigarette is second only to demon rum as the symbol of man's self izations as regards their objec- you are suffering academicallythen
distrubed at the front articlein
destruction. And once more, the industry is frantically casting around page tives and operations. Taken in toto, depledge and don't let any
last Wednesday's Gator. I refer -
for this years prop. Kumers include everything from a cigarette however, they unquestionably establish kind of duress delay that decis- j
to the description of the way
made f (ugh) cabbage, to a new super filter that stops everything that man is a social animal ion.It
in which Frank Hawshaw the V.O.
except fresh air. that for one reason or other, Is true that the overall men's

T.E. party candidate for presidentof tends to function in groups and average for fraternities Is higher
the student selected.My .
body was
seems to profit immensely from than the overall men's average

People react to the news in all the various ways charactistic of specific concerns are the fol- such relationships. I am not saying even though these men are being

their Individual personalities. No one person however characterizesthe lowing quotes: this is what has to be done, I am evaluated against themselves. i

general response of the American people better than Tampan., Dr. "The surprise announcementcame not saying that the observation itself It Is true that some people, i
at a small gathering at the
William C. Blake. justifies everything each group depending on the individual and
Pi Lambda Phi house.
The doctor, who has had three quarters of his left lung removeddue fraternity does, nor am I implying that because house, live cheaper within the
"In announcement to the small
to lung cancer and is suffering from emphysema In the other, an the situation exists, every fraternal system.It .
of .
Is in a position to know the facts. group party bigwigs. man must join one of these organizations Is true that many houses ask
"The 14 V.O.T.E. frater-
He is reported to have said that "Anyone who smokes is a damn party ; but I do allege this! unreasonable time obligationsfrom
nities Hawshaw the
fool", thus showing that he has made a Judgement on those facts. gave you will, in all probability,belong, some of their pledges. Be

The doctor currently smokes two packs of cigarettes a day. yesterday's meeting. by force or volition, to one of careful of this, stay away fromit

Admittedly! the doctor doesn't know why. these groups, someday. PUBLIC if possible, and depledge immediately -

And thus it is with thousands of others -the clear, still picture of I can't help but wonder, as an conformity, Individual discrimination if It affects your aca-

the facts is blurred by the cloud of some unknown emotion.So Independent, why the Independentsweren't (in ALL Its respects), and the demics seriously.It .

don't be surprised at all to hear the clang of money falling intoa Involved in the selectionof ability to associate pleasantly with is true most houses put their

cigarette machine act as a sarcastic period to the statement of a candidate for President. He other people are the demands of best fodt forward during rush.Do-
(Harshaw) is supposed to representthe
"Only a damn fool would smoke." n't find
this century. Disagree with this hesitate to depledge if you
whole student body (70% Inde-
W.C.N. all you please, but fail to learn later the house is full of unde-
pendents ) and If his political allegiance -
the rules and the consequencesmay sirables. To become a brother under -
is directly linked with the
for you, be catastroplc. such circumstances Is almost
fraternities, as they seem to be,
The university community offers unbearable.
then he Is indebted to the minor-
Educational Tax BreakLatest
you opportunities for individual development Remember, the pledge period is
ity. I guess this Is the type of
in many areas beyondthe as much for you to accept the houseas
political machinations that is responsible -
I traditional academic disci- for the house to accept you.
for the attitude that manyof
i plines. Fraternities and sororitiesare For heaven sake don't feel you
hurdles in the of my friends in the dorm and I
stumbling block in the long series of path tantamount to a graduate schoolof are Irrevocably committed to a
is feared to be an ammendment proposed by share with respect to our Student -
the tax cut legislation
sociality can teach you a house during the pledge period.
Sen. Abraham A. Ribicoff (D-Conn.) Government. Most of us do great deal about the complexitiesof When you are initiated you have
would tax relief for middle income families have the attitude that SG doesn't
The ammendment provide
group living. It's up to you to made a choice for life.
bearing the burden of college education costs. Since this would entailan represent us and couldn't care less
decide whether not closely.
or such know- Evaluate the brothers
of the rate structure it could delay the about our wishes.
intricate recasting new ,
ledge is necessary, and if col- When you are initiated these men
of the bill indeflnately.Since .
passage legiate fraternities and sororitiesare will, to some extent, carry your
the tax cut is supposed to be made retroactive to the first of I'm not opposed to fraternities; a reliable vehicle to under- reputation with them wherever they

this year anyway, It is our opinion that the ammendmer would be I'm aware that there is fine leader- standing of this "area of study." go. Men who can't hold their liquor -

well worth the delay in passage.So ship in the various houses, but, In my opinion they are. don't know how to act in
why not write your congressmen and tell him that it's time I'd like to
see a Joint effort (with the presence of a lady and/or

EDUCATION delayed legislation for a change. the appropriate proportions) between Even with these positive argu- who look like a refugee from some

independents and frater- ments in mind there are reasonsto beatnik camp would not be the

W.C.N. nKies for the good of the student stay away from fraternities and kind of people I would want walk-

body as a whole. It doesn't appear sororities. Your intiial duty to ing around with my reputation.

that the V.O.T.E. party or its announced yourself is to graduate from this What's your choice?

. The Florida Alligator candidate is disposed to insitution. This endeavor can be Good luck and whatever your

+. provide this type of leadership. considerably enhanced if you are decision I hope It's the best for
Thomas H. Kiefer physically fit and mentally con-

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I Campus News BriefsYOUNG TuesdQ/rjanuory 14,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 5

,., ..

Young Republicans Club will UF Biophysicist Alan D. Con- th :JB11"ULSI I S4Cent:
Thursday at 8:30 in ---- .
meet p.m. ger has received two research ---- - ----- -- -----

Room 116 of the Florida Union. grants in the field of radiation .. by REID POOLE head of UF music department
-- '---- -
. Officers for 1964 will be elected. biology, one is from the U.S.

Atomic Energy Commission for

$23,770, the other from the Office -

of Civilian Defense, for Music For Violin Piano
UF GETS $87 800 $11,625.

The National Science Founda- ,

tion has named UF as recipientof .

a $87,800 grant to conductan And Famous GuitaristEdward

institute for high school mathe-

matics teachers.The BRIDGE CLASS

8-week institute, under the Troupin, violinist, and CARLOS MONTOYA The name of Carlos Montoyahas
Bridge lessons by Mrs. Carolyn Troupin, pianist, Inaugu- become
direction of Dr. William A.Gager, On Saturday, January 18, the synonymous with the
of mathematics at the Jones begin tonight at the Oak rate the winter trimester concert music of the flamenco guitar. Mon-
professor Lyceum Council, Ann Brown, -
Room of the Florida Union at season tonight at 8:15: in University president
University, will be held on the and Ray Anderson, busi- toya possesses an Incredible tech-
campus June 17-Aug. 9. Some CO $7.50 per person or$14 per couple Auditorium, with a faculty concertin ness manager, bring a special extra nique that has made him one of
teachers total cost. Lessons begin at 7 whit.. they offer some of the
in-service from over the attraction to the University
Those finest in the chamber music and
p.m. interested
country will attend the institute may sign Auditorium, the world famous fal- the most spectacular solo artistson
up in Room 315 of the Florida solo violing repertory.
designed to bring them up to datein menco guitarist, Carlos Montoya. the concert stage today. A
Union. They will the with
mathematics. open program There will be two performances, Spanish gypsy, born in Madrid,
the Mozart Sonata In G major-
matinee at 3:30 and evening performance he was a celebrity in his native
minor for Piano and Violin, K.
at 8:13. All tickets are city at fouteen, accompanyingsuch
373a. Mr. Troupin then follows
$1.50 and willl be on sale beginning great entertainers as La Argentina -
BEEF SPEECH SET with the Bach Sonata No. 2 in A
Honor Monday, January 13, at the Infor- and Escurdero. Today he
minor for unaccompanied violin,
Doctor H. K. Brooks, proiessor mation Booth across the street Is at the very top of his field.
a unique and challenging work especially -
of geology, will speak on the from the "Hub"[ All seats are His RCA recordings are regularly .
in its second movement
"Bahaman-Florida Reefs" at 8 reserved, so the sooner you get on the best-seller charts and
which is a fugue, a type of musi-
tomorrow night in McCarty Audi- your tickets, the better your seats he frequently plays for "standing-
Society cal texture one does not expectto
torium. The program Includes a will be. room-only" audiences.HEAR .
find in a setting for violin a-
color film it is sponsored by -

Phi Sigma, biology honorary, and lone.The
first portion of the program
Sigma Gamma Epsilon, earth
concludes with a co mpostiton of the
science honorary. Refreshmentswill .,
provocative and compelling twen-
be served and the public Is : "
tieth century master ArnoldScho- ; :
." "
invited. 1' ,
enberg, the Phantasy for Violin : \ : I. .,

Lambda Delta, honorary with piano accompaniment, Opus '- :, ,, ".. ., ,.. ""

society for freshman women, is CONCERT SLATED 47. Here it is Interesting to note .. .

looking for freshman girls who that the title of the work assignsthe .. .

have made a 3.5 average or betterIn Edward C. Troupin, assistant piano to a so-called accom-

the 1963 fall trimester. professor '.' music, and his wife, panying role while the large work

All girls who are classified as Carolyn, will give a violin-piano which follows the intermission, WAYNEPOUCMlJi. '

lUC and are full-time students withat concert in University Auditorium Brahm's Sonata No. 2, in A majorfor .

t least one trimester of 3.5 honor tonight at 8:15 p.m. Violin and Piano, Opus 100,

point average are eligible to become The performance is open to the indicates the usual chamber music .
members of the society. public and admission is free. norm of equal importance for the :

Transfer students are especially two participating artists. '.' .': :;" '; } : : : :/ ;;':; : ''I ': '

urged to apply for the This well-balanced program of I : :
society If they can meet the requirements 't"iJr solid musical fare is free. The j .:", ,:;,: (" ., : / ',, : ,

and if the college they -, public is cordially Invited to at- ,

transferred from has an Alpha : :

Lambda Delta chapter. tend.Head '

Delta Applicants must sign for up Alpha between Lambda Jan- ;.fii;!(% j'10"" '' ;; "' :..;!.(, .;!; '.! iii::, ,; :;fitxG:, { i.1. i\(. ). .

20-23 at the office of the Dean ,:: '' f. : : .' .' '" :':: "' ''r'I' :'' "
uary .RfI. 'tL.t.I.' r.- ".
: '
of Women in Tigert Hall, room NamedAppointment ';''i".",','.''..1. :11""..."':,I.'.)..! '.i. : ,,," .N; '!;,'}.,.'.i ;,:::I/l"'P, 't.S""eR.::I .. ,.,'..'.,...,
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: QMME '
123. .: : ,:!\Nq,, .QJQ' ;t X.QR-. {') "
The purpose of the society, MarJorie t a of Dr. Joseph S. ii':".' .(r: "" : \: tn :nh' :>BrOd d':asH,' ', .:V:: ,

Jackson, assistant dean of Vandiver as head of the University ?:' ':' \ '{') ;" .
of Florida's : : : Tj? E/t
women said, is to promote Intelligent sociology depart- ; ,

ment was made official ., .
living, a high standardof yesterday.In .' : \ ..'. "
learning, and to encourage superior making the anouncement, ." .' .... ,. .\,
scholastic attainment for Dean of Arts' and Sciences RalphE. 'I".T'\.1"1.1.. .. .
freshman women. Page said that Dr. Vandiver .

Dean Jackson said she believes replaces Dr. T. Lynn Smith who .

about 40 girls are eligible for asked to be relieved of admin-

membership In the society, not istrative duties to devote full timeto .

including transfer students. She teaching and research.Dr. .CAMPAIGN

added that 40 is a large numberof Smith, who has headed the

girls eligible, that the ususal ---.....- department since 1961, is a gra-
figure runs in the 20's. duate research professor of socio- .

Alpha Lambda Delta was established GATOR GIRL logy and an expert in the field

at UF in 1949. The soc- of population analysis.Dr. FORCHRIST

iety is a national organization, Vandiver has been a pro- .
started in 1924 at the Universityof .Is Miss Faith Turner, fessor of sociology at the Uni-

Illinois. Alpha Lambda Delta a 37-24-36 junior in versity of Florida since 1962. Ills

now boasts of 112 chapters across areas of study Include general
and business
the nation. English sociology and minority groups.His

Group activities of the UF chap- from! Hollywood.ROTC related professional Interests

ter Include being hostesses at both cover African studies which

the Mortar Board dinner during emphasis on Ethiopia; cultural anthropology -

Homecoming and at the Student and human ecology.

Government Convocation, and recognition SeeksTransferees Before coming to the University GAINtSVILLh HIGH SCHOOL. ;

at the fall Scholarship of Florida.Dr. Vandiver was AUDITORIUM

Convocation. An award to the Senior profess of sociology at Oklahoma

coed with the highest scholastic State University and also served
as Research Consultant on the
average is given annually.
Current Alpha Lambda officersare Oklahoma State University for

: technical education in Ethiopia.He .
Transferees with prior military has been on the faculties of
Barbara Lynn Thorn, pres- service or previous ROTC basic Louisiana State University and 13-18
ident JAN.
; Linda Susan Roche, vice- j
training may be eligible for the Vanderbilt University and is a
; Louise W. Weadock,
Army's commissioning program. of
member numerous professional
secretary Stablein, ;
; Nancy Lynn
with military service are
treasurer.The organizations Including the American -
'given credit for four trimestersof Sociological Society and the
faculty advisor is Dr.
( the basic ROTC course and are Southern Sociological Society.In .
Eleanore Browne and the administrative -
'eligible to enter the advanced pro- addition to his articles In
advisor is Dr. Marjorie
Jackson.The 'gram. Those with ROTC basic leading professional journals, Dr.

National Council of Alpha Vandivers's study, "A Demogra- 7: 10 NIGHTLY
Lambda Delta offers three gra- 'training who have four or more phic Comparison of Plantation and .
before Non-Plantation Counties in the
duate fellowships at $1,500 each. trimesters remaining' gra-
Entrants must be members of the (duation are eligible.Students In the Cotton Belt", has received wide

society, and are judged on scho- above catagories are encouragedto acclaim.Dr. ,0.
j contact Colonel James T. Hen- Vandiver, his wife and two
larship, soundness of project and
:nessey, Military Building, or call daughters live at 4008 N.W. 18th
purpose, and to some extent, on
need. :2789. Place in Gainesville. .--.-----.-



6 The Florida Alligator TuesdayJanuary 14,1964

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after 6:00 P.M. $1500. (G-73-3t-p) LETS BRING THE SOUTHAMER-
afternoon and some Saturday work. II. Black and red racing stripes, 1957 BUIC SPECIAL convertible. heat In quiet modern home. Ideal CAN LOOK TO U.O.F. RUANA ideal:
South cape
Boys club. After 1:00. Call blue Interior. Wire wheels,heater, Power steering and brakes, radio, for student who needs a desirable The wear-Can be seen and
Charley Dobbs 25341. (C- road lights. Reasonably priced. heater working. $450.00 NET call place to study. FR 27883. (B- ordered for campus at Cam111es -1116 S.W.

69-tf-c). Call Mike 29490. (G-70-tf-c). Hans Grover. FR 2-0681 or FR 6- 68-5t-c). 6th 2 blocks from campus. 6-
3261 ext 2706. (G-73-3t-p).
SMALL, WELL FURNISHED air- 1959 MGA red, new tires, clutch, QUIET single room for male stu- 1483. (A-71-6t-p).
conditioned apartment for single sliding, side curtains, radio and dent. 3 blocks from campus. Pri-
male. Location no consequence. heater, needs some work. Sacri- vate entrance, use of refrigerator. 17' Cabin Cruiser for SaleSee
Write box 22 Florida Alligator SerVrC 327 N.W. 15th Terr after at Linda Ann Court 4 mi. Southon
fice for best offer over $275. Call $ $35. I
stating rent, approx. utilities. (C- Pete Olson at 2-9363 or 29437. 3:30 p.m. (B-69-tf-c). 441. (A-72-5t-p).

71-3t-c). (G-70-3t-c).
APARTMENT: FURNISHED, spa- 20' Cruiser and trailer. Sleeps

WANTEDOne Male student to 1960 ALFA ROMEO 2000 (2-0958)). STUDENT WIFE experienced nur- cious, quiet, walking distance to 3. Depth sounder, upholstered
share house with 5 other male I Good cond1t1on.$1850.(G-70-3t-p). sery school assistant and motherto campus. $90/mo. for a couple or cushions thru out. Two 40 HP
students. $17 per person per care for young child of working $35 each 3 single men. Apply 116 engines, top lines, anchor, extra,
month. Call 6-2888. (C-71-tf-p). 1956 FORD -- $400. or best offer. mother. Please call 69729. (M- N. W. 16th St. (B-71-3t-c). seats, life preserves. Other ac-
608 S.W. 10th St. (G-71-3t-p). 71-3t-c). cessories. $2250. FR 23357.A
WANTED to buy -small used cycleor NEW air cond. furnished and bathon 72-5t-c).

scooter $125 to spend. Mike 1957 FORD, AUTOMATIC transmission balcony. Kitchen dinette, and
Golden FR 29176. (C-71-3t-c). Radio and heater. Many ALTERATIONS, HEMS REDONE, living room on main floor. Color-
new parts. $250. Al Bushman 929 ZIPPERS REPLACED, TORN I ful full size appliances, washing FOR SALE: 1963 Admiral Por-
WANTED ONE STUDENT to share S.W. 13th St. 6-3649. (G-73-3t-c). SEAMS FIXED. What have you to I machines in each apartment. Walkto table stereo. Cost $160; sell $90.
apartment with 2 others for this be sewn? Mrs. Klein 3727967. university. Shown by resident Also, scribner radio music
trimester. Good study env&ronI I 1960 HONDA 250 cc. Excellent M-T-68-c). manager. Apt. No. 1,Campus Apts. Library books for piano. Cost
ment. (C-71-tf-c). condition New battery and tires. 402 N.W. 18th St. FR 23357. $85; Sell $45. Both ITEMS LIKE
Turn signals, electric starting, (B-71-5t-c). NEW. Call FR 6-5590atter5p.m.
WANTEDOne girl to share apt very reasonable. Call or see: I Can Help YOU make money. (A-72-5L-P).
with 3 others. Large apt., close Steve room 3029 Hume. FR 6- Income tax returns prepared. INVEST IN RENTAL PROPERTYUp .
to campus 915 S.W. 2nd Ave. FR 9234. (A-72-3t-p). Experience with Internal revence -- to 30% NET return on actual NEWHOMES--3BR'S-2 BATHS th\\
25644. $85 a month. (C-68-3t-c). service computer center. Boyd cash invested In Apt. units. Low Beautiful wall-to-wall carpeting, _
CHINCHILLA. Live, about 8 Bryson 1237 S.W. 2nd Ave. Phone down payments. We MANAGE Apts. equipped kitchen, 2 car garage.
WANTED--One girl to share months old, $10. NanaFR2-5091, 29307. (M-73-3t-c No effort to you. Phone 2-3522 N.W. area convenient to Univer-
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Norman Hall. Rent $40 a month. 1219 W. University Ave. (B-72-5t (A-72-5t-c).
Call 2-5965 after 5 p.m. (C-72- TWO nearly NEW BICYCLES for Lost &, Found -c).
3t-c). sale. Very reasonable. Call MILL ENDS--HENDERSON'S (C
before 10 a.m. or after 9:30 p.m. COLONIAL MANOR, Sublease for MILL STORE, U.S. Hwy. 19
WANTED: Clean,dependable white, 26278. (A-73-lt-c). 8 mos. $115. Air cond. 1216 N.W.t Crystal River, Fla.--Only 1 hr. at
woman to come to my home and LOST a pair of ladies glasses. 2nd Ave. Phone 27334. (B-72- 15 min. from Univ.Literally TONS me,
care for 9 month old girl from SHANNON WOODS 2-1/2 Black frames. Please call 6- 3t-c). OF TOWELS AND MILES OF FA- lin
homesites 4 miles west BRICS. See the lovely colors U:
7:45 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. Monday- acre Just 1995. (L-71-3t-c). .
Friday. Must be good with child- of Gaines. On paved road. Large ROOMS FOR MEN -- 1 block to available for your home.IRREGULARS ser
ren and If possible provide references shade trees. $2750 with easy WILL THE GIRL WHO PICKED UP campus. Central heat, air con- OF FINE QUALITIES.Many mi
No other duties Involved terms. Call anytime. ERNEST A NAVY BLUE size 3 Debutog ditioning, utilities furnished. $35. first quality items also. Our we;
other than babysitting. Will pay TEW REALTY RALPH GLAESER trench coat at the Kappa Sig. Per month. Arnold Realty Co. 1219 carpet ends are beautiful and about
reasonable fee. Direct Inquires --Steve Kesterson Associates.FR House Sat. llth Please contact W. University Ave. (B-72-5t-c). S three-fourths off. The finest bedspreads ho'
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FR 6-3261 Ext. 2576. Night: FR 73-5t-c). I have your black one.(L-72-3t-c). APARTMENT furnished air-con- 3399. (A-67-tf-c). wi!
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I I I campus. Also room in private home 53 CHEV. 2 door runs well. $125. ha!

with or without kitchen privileges. Also one Boa Constrictor $5.00. mi
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SOLES put on ii15 minutesMODERN -tf-c). 7997. (A-70-3t-p). Zo Fl,

SHOE DOUBLE ROOM for men. Private New homes In PINE FOREST. A sp
REPAIR SHOP entrance. Private bath. $25 each. few ready for immediate occu-
cross from jit not.onol bonk,, SPECIAL ON Use of refrigerator. 327 N.W. 15th pancy. Gainesville's fastest grow "r
Terr. After 3:30p.m.B-73-4t-c: ). ing new home community. VA, zo
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6:30Jlow extending 19th St.N.W.some movie camera. Normal and wide-
open 7
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approved 66494. (B-72-3t-c).
WEBCOR tape recorder with tapes m
low 1st run adm. NICE FURNISHED room for male and mike. A-1 condition.Bob Ellison tho
shown 1st & last students. Heat and refrigerator. 811 North Hall Phone FR 6- re
day Private entrance, semi-private 9205. (A-71-3t-p). bu
fames garner I.dor" RIBS OR.CHICKEN ( IN A BASKET) ONLY bath. 6-2721. (B-73-lt-c)

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+ Itj Angel Flight Invades R.O.T.C.

Mart's World Diminishes

By JEANNE FAGOT routines. of the best drilling teams."

Last semester the Angels Plans for the UF's Angel Flightto
Staff Writer
r marched In the homecoming Join the national organization are

parade and In the Ocala Christmas In process. Nationally, Angel
What are girls doing on the parade. This semester the Flight Flight has 79 units. Benefits for

1h1! drill field? will march in the Gasparilla going national include oppor-
? It seems that not even the mili- parade In Tampa, and is scheduledfor tunities for scholarships, national
Mya tary is a man's world anymore.The drill competition with all awards presented at the national

Angel Flight has invaded the Flights In the Southern Conference yearly convention, and opportunities -

Air Force ROTC, but the cadetsare at Florida State University in for area competition.The .

not voicing any objections. March. Angel Flight Is planning to

Cadets in the Billy Mitchell The Flight has been practicingtrick enlarge Its membership by adding

drill team have a marching song drills under the guidance of 11 new members. Application

which indicates how the Angels the Billy Mitchell team.According blanks may be picked up Jan 14,

have been welcomed, "Angel, to Angel Karen Roberts, "Trick at the Florida Union desk.

Angel, Ange Flight, if you were drilling takes concentration. You Co-eds applying must be free
here we'd march all night." have to keep your mind on what on Thursday afternoon from 2:30:

According to Marsha Costa, it you're doing, and be constantly on to 4:30, be in good standing with
seems to be a two way feeling. your toes." the university and have an overall -

"What makes Angel Flight so Captain Paul Herbert, faculty 2.2 average. First semester

great, is finding a place on sucha advisor to the Flight, has said, freshmen and last semester sen-
big campus where people you The Angel Flight Is not only the iors are not eligible. Application "'"

meet go out of their way to be best looking unit in the AFROTC, blanks should be returned by Jan.

friendly and make you feel at but they are also becoming one 17.
home." Girls will be chosen on the basisof

The Angel Flight meets every poise, personality and Interestin

Thursday afternoon from 2:30 to Moss ElectedGeorge the Angel Flight program.
4:30. After the usual get aquain-

ted session, the Angels hold an Therapy
w Moss of Jacksonville has
informal meeting to plan activitiesfor
DIANE DENNING the week. The second houris been elected president of the John Clubs MeetThe

I checking out her Angel Flight uniform. The girls in spent on the drill field meeting Marshall Bar Association, law
drill cadets and practicing drill student organization at the Uni-. Occupational and Physical
the Air Force ROTC on Thursdays.
group- versity of Florida. Therapy Clubs have scheduled a

Other officers are George 110- combined meeting Tuesday at 6:30at (

vis, Wauchula, vice president; the J. Hlllis Miller Health

F PanamaContinued I Kennedy ChosenFor Donald Mastry, St. Petersburg, Center, according to David Clark,
secretary; Charles Milford,Jack Student Occupational Therapy Association *

sonville, treasurer; and Hume publicity chairman.All .

Coleman, Jacksonville, treas- rehabilitation counselling
( From Page 1)at
Foreign TripWASHINGTON ,urer-elect. students are invited.WEINERS .
issue between the two govern-
ments. He said Chiari had out-
(UPI) -- Presi- mission are expected to be
lined these to Thomas C. Mann,
dent Johnson announced Monday announced following his meetingat v
U.s. assistant secretaryof state,
night that he is sending Atty. Gen. the White House with Johnson i U
sent here at the head of a special kUi
mission by President Johnson last Robert F. Kennedy to the Far Eastto Monday. But the main purpose of lY@1ID
confer with Indonesian Presi- his mission Is apparently to dissuade -
week to investigate the violence.
dent Sukarno. Acting Press Sec- Sukarno from his announced
Velarde did not elaborate on
retary Andrew T. Hatcher announ- determination to "crush" the new & BEANS
how much land Panama would like
ced that Kennedy would meet with federation of Malaysia.
shaved off the present 10-mile served with
Johnson at 10:30 a.m. EST Mondayto Kennedy also will discuss with
width of the Canal Zone.
discuss his visit to Japan, expected the Indonesian chief of state a 1 Vegetable, 1 Salad,
"When it was first built per-
around Jan. 16. provision of the foreign aid act Rolls & Butter Coffeeor
haps it was to have five ,
necessary The Indonesian president is expected which requires the president to
miles on either side of the canal," Tea Iced Hot.
to be in Japan on vacation cancel U.S. aid to Indonesia If
he said. "But today the CanalZone's
shortly. Sukarno keeps up nls threats in 85c
defense is carried out from
Hatcher said the touchy Malay- the troubled area. Kennedy has
Florida Is bases, yet" the 10-mile sian question and a number of been to Indonesia in the past. He Townhouse Restaurant
space "topics of mutual interest" wouldbe was dispatched by his brother,
Asked to detail what kind of
discussed when Kennedy meets President Kennedy to meet Su-
"revision" Panama sought of the 2204 S.W. 13th St. 376-9904
with Sukarno. It will be Johnson'sfirst karno In Jarkarta in February,
zone treaty, Velarde said "Thereis use of Kennedy as trouble- 1962. complete carry-out service

no single condition. Over the shooter on a foreign assignment- Several weeks ago President

years Panama has expounded a a role that Johnson often took on Johnson sent a special note to

series of demands which vover when he se rved under the late Pre- Sukarno expressing grave concern

the social, economic and sover- sident Kennedy. over the military buildup In the
eignty See What's New in
aspects. Details of the attorney general's Malaysian crisis.
He said Panama's view Is thatit

leased the Canal Zone terri-

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maintain and defend the canal and
that all should .-
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but they do not."

Panama's complaints about the
nature of the existing zone treatyare .Joan Anglund

wages paid to panamains and LOVE IS A SPECIAL WAY OF FEELING

the annual sum paid to Panamaas CENTER .
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zone rental by UieVnitedStates.
Velarde said both are "far too YOU WITH LOVE .Louis UntermeyerTO

low." TURN THE TIDES .Pres. John F. KennedyTHE
The United States originally paid
Panama $250,000 a year rent for
the zone territory. This was sub- SPECIALIZING IN CLASSICAL, FOLK, JAZZ, .Sir James George Frazier

in 1955 it was raised to $1,950-

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optimistic communique of the OAS RECORD

Peace-makers. The BROWSE SHOP
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Page 8 The Florida Alligator TuesdayJanuary 14,1964

N Rules Committee
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ALLIGATOR Simplifies Grid Substitution !'I

f> FORT LAUDERDALE (UPI--) stand.It two players before the ball is put
The NCAA football rules com- ended the bookkeeping and con iinto play. If the clock is stopped,
mittee further simplified its new fusion of previous years. he can send in as many substitutes
I substitution rule yesterday makingit Simply stated, the clock wil 11 as he desires.
easier for novice fans, harried govern subsitutions. If it's running When the 15-member rules corny -
,,,," '" "'" df,"". ,M' ,""" ":;BBEHIND onl roittee Sunday rewrote the 1963
x'. ., t. ,'s__'." '#, %I coaches and officials to underAllFraternity- a coach can ;
s substitution rule that drew the ire
of fans and coaches alike they
Track TeamsEVENT included one exception that was
I i knocked out by yesterday's change.
This exception banned unlimited
Orange League subsitltutlons during an excess
timeout, definited as a timeout
220-------Cal I Hayden DTD------------23.5--' called by an official to removean
By DAVE BERKOWITZ injured player after a team
100------- Dale Heard SN-------------10.4---
Sports EditorQuite had exhausted the four timeoutsit
V 880-------Fred Wyman DTD----------2:06.8--- is permitted per half.

440 Relay--Delta Tau Delta------------46.4---- By writing in the exception, the
committee hoped to hold off arashof
Shot Put---McClean DTD----------51'9"---
fake Injuries to stop the clockso
A DifferenceQuite Broad Jump-Andy Smith SAE-----------20'10"--. that a coach could get a fresh

Discus-----Sid McClean DTD13S'3"High --- team into the ball game.
a duference? Yes. The rules makers and coaches
Jump-Hal Seymour SN------------6'5"---
There was quite a difference last week between the Miami and Auburn agreed that the more liberal sub-
games as far as UP fans were concerned. Florida won both games, stitution rules will open up the
but the enthusiasm shown by -ie fans during and after the Miami game game more for specialists and
was much greater than during and after the Auburn game. Blue League platoon football.
Florida fans seemed to be in a more spirited frame of mind Thursday Committee members and
night and she spirit seemed more spontaneous. coaches alike were quick to point
Maybe It was the way Miami grabbed the basket away from the Gators EVENT out however the new rule doesn't
during the warm ups or maybe because the fans had a chance to get 220-------John Medlin PGD------------24.4-, mean a full return to unlimited
in the act with some ball antics of their own. UP fans even got hold 100-------Jene Baker DU---------------10.7-- substitutions and that teams will
of a Miami jacket which was tossed about like an effigy. have to Include players trainedto
Shalls DX-------------211.5
The Auburn pregame time was spent waiting for Auburn substitutes to 880-------Jim perform on both offense and
could steal the ball and send It throughthe
get off the court so someone defense.
440 Relay--Phi Gamma Delta48.3Shot ---
stands. One boy, apparently not a UP student, tried to give the The committee adopted one other
crowd what It was waiting for and was escorted to the sidelines bya Put---Alex Sterns PGD,----------41'2.5"- rule Monday before closing Its three

campus law officer. Broad Jump-Charlie Johnson PGD19'10"DiscusDon day annual meeting. This would
The games themselves were a contrast. Florida and Miami met ina classify as an illegal pass-
wild open ball game in which a total of 205 points were scored. The Heber TKE------------128111"-- penalized by a five-yard setback
Florida score of 114 set a school record and the total score bettereda High Jump-Jim Emerson XP--------------S'S11-- and loss of down-any action of a
record of 187 points set in a game between Florida(97) and Muh- passer in throwing the ball to the
lenberg ((90). ground at his feet in order to
The Auburn game was Florida's low for the season with only 63 stop the clock. The rule really
points scored by the Gators and although it was the kind of game the Jones Looking For only calls for closer supervisionof
Gators would have had to play to beat the Tigers, it was not pleasingto the intentionally grounding rule.

Slow the fans.down basketball Is not popular with the fans and Coach Norman Sooner Coaching JobNORMAN Tech In I Tie
Sloan says It's not the kind of ball he likes to play.
The general trend to fast games can be seen in the Increased numberof ATLANTA (UPI) -- The Geor-
Okla. (UPI) -- As- support from a petition circulated
gia Engineers' moved intoa
shots taken in a game and the higher scores one reads in the news-
' sistant coach Gomer Jones said among the Oklahoma football play- tie for the Southeastern Con-
fell Monday he had told Bud Wilkinson ers. The team voted over- ference lad last night by beating
x Therefore, it's not so surprising that the UP scoring record
he interes.jd in succeed- whelmingly for Jones to suceed
was defending champion MississippiState
80's with
this year and that the Gators are averaging in the mid
him head football coach at Wilkinson and Dr. L.Ross
ing as George 59-45.
scores in three games! this season over 100. It is not so surprising,
either, that Dick Tonr.inson broke the UF individual scoring record Oklahoma. university president, said he con- The Engineers are now 3-0 in
for a single game. Jones, who built the famous curred. the SEC as is Tennessee and
interior lines that have been the 9-3 overall.
We can't complain about Sloan using a slow-down against Auburn, Oklahoma trademark throughout Dean Earl Sneed, chairman of
if that's what he thought it would take to win and despite all the hackneyed Wilkinson's 17 years as head coach, the Oklahoma athletic council,said PGA NationalSet
phrases in the world, the most important thing is winning. has been mentioned as a leading the petition would "carry weight'
One fan was heard to say after the game that all he could say for candidate for the job now that with him, although he could not
the game was that the UF won. Wilkinson has resigned.The speak for the other members ofa TomorrowPORT
We think that the basketball fans will be seeing less and less of stocky, 49-year-old former four- man screening committeeset
the slow diliberate gamu and more of the run and shoot variety. star center at Ohio State drew up to choose a coach. ST. LUCIE, (UPI) -- The

$10,000 PGA National Golf Club
Match Play Championship will

OUR. 0 Q 0 0 start Wednesday at the 36-hole
Port St. Lucie County Club with
278 golfers shooting for the title.
5AtlDWICH' fSARf. : The tourney marks the first time
r ; since 1958 that match play golf
has been on ,the PGA's Florida
fiT ri e winter tournament schedule.
) Two groups of 139 golfers each
tog A 'P,1r will compete In 18-hold qualifying
r rounds Wednesday. One group will
P play over the "Saints"course with
I the other playing the "Sinners"

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the Florid.a Allioator1 .which end is up as she yesterday. The print sale studies modern pointing continues through Friday at th .(Ph e Florida Union Social oto by Carolyn Johnsto Room n) BUT PANAMA SEETHS O AS By MATTHEW T. KENNY PANAMA CITY (UPI) -The Organization of American States (OAf) Announced yesterday It had settled the niau points of the 1.S. -Panamanian cr1 ib. But an Lmmediate srna g devi' ped when Panama renewed its demand for a revision of the 1903 treaty under * Latin Expr By PHIL Staff 'Settles'Crss which the United States occupies the Canal Zone. Only 4 few hours after the GAS 4iinOUfl(Od the success of its effort'. to halt the fighting of the past four days In which 23persons have been killed and nearly 400 wounded, a Panamanian official said the 10-mile-wide Can~al ZOlie should be tri mmed and the * a American uds OAS HEVENER Writer "'If the canal area were a part ofColumbia --because of that rowntry's over-all size there would probably be no trouu~e. i the ec r I y years and up until the two World VWars there wtas no great problem. 'it was alter these wars,"' Kanlor said, ''that the seeds of iiationalIsm and some of the present conflicts began to be felt." According to Kantor, the I.S, has run the canal 'one on a "'Jim Crow basis.' By this he said he meant that Americans have established a double staxidard which has split the country in wa3yS othet than geographical. "A Panamanian --you know that mio't of them are very dark skinrned people -will usually not get the same pay for the Same jobi or be given the same housing as high is white Americans,' Kantor slid. A Latin American expert and tV faculty member came out ytsteria> in favor of turning the Panamca Canal and the responsibility for its operation over to the Organization of A merican States GCAS. "I'm on record that way," Dr. Harry Kantor said as he commented ''excess' land returned to Panama for farming development. labiani Velarde, press secretary to president Roberto I. Chiari, said Panana 'sees n10 reason'" for the present width of the Canal Zone, lie said Paziamia considers '"unfair'" the treaty which gane the United States the right to rent the canal ''in per. He added there could be no restoration of good relations with the United States until Washington agrees to a revision of the ZOne treaty. stid hi wi'. only "'inrformlally" citing 'Siime of the bisit points" (See PA NAMA, Page 7) * Nixo Elector Slated By JIM Staff v imiti.e bI sh p e 11 .\ of 110 Ho O f Iji t I? i 191i tt the eulite g fe, ths of ll tio ,e 11.' -t he id. n ''Oh an. 2 i m ting will be 5 held m i h SC(OI iti lo t aei ti u,, oflI I u r ia Uiont fo tiii i i mayit k1tri obtine i i iholli l lt Flori1a t ini'n Mplthelect ary is if 'p:h acli1 pa tistoilil a ep, ,. -l sent t ly ttll',he' 5c rtald.fIi tenorhs ofr.e, hefo pic' eamiignicidi itti g l, l fore a tohete e xplng f it on of hpeelcinlas' Drv hI)ed. roeiel "Creenelxoa ds wil 1p din vic," i o eql rpd 'Ir e fo Ci a rtaridaked Decrdv igy''.' d "The meal pote opr rgreetngbboardblos is ierit pr ory'' ee ol cc h am Yebe autorid byon the Caseay Polie tomparol th bumgpu nd far s dfll een eptoylsgnletion h "ateal.' l ote ngen Blames us. NEWX YORK (UPl) -Richard NI. Nixon '.aid yesterday the Panimanian crisis reflect'. a general cekne's ot this c roiitry S LatinAmnernc an pxli'y. The IepubI c an'. he said, miu.,t afe r the nat ion a nse, curP in the futuree of major operation rather than the customnary sedative. The ormne, Vice-President said he intended to speak out on forDay Feb. 6 Writer !,,l 1.1; 1li1 efh ii lilt [41 U F Car Students Register ~1'1 di I rLtI tho 'iii h 111(d Of ANic 111. ( It htt (ohit Sttient mI IIy Iegist.'r iy (Ifiii by I levet Ill, 2(M)-A 'Icy "iight liii we.* or niay tnect Il,'.il,'y at II? 6-0738 iiy night 'very Thuiii sdlay for Iihe rlekt 5 p.m. to sign i p voters j'AI lAIIA$SE FI (IIPI) the State stprenme Court today and iiame James W. Kyiws to succeed 1Kryln as f lorida's chief legal advisor, sources close to the poiitical scene said Monday. Bryant refused to discuss thM .appxointmi'rt'. tintil alter funeral set vdiv Tu., sday for Justce Gl rnn Te rtr* whose deathSuday TV ri Cii, 86, ifnIOUIICed his je tiremlerit from the benrhStaturday, to be effective F-eb. I andspeculation already has arisen that E rvin would 1* promroled to his seat. Terrell's death makes It "ec(riary for the appointment to be speeded up. Ervin will be the ninth attorney general to be elevated to the Florida Supreme Court. Those who preceded him were A.E. Maxwell, James U. Westcott Jr., WIN11am H. Ellis, George P. Raney, James B. WhItfIeld, Wilfred H. Davis and Rivets Ruford. Of the 344 justices that served between 1087 and l9C4, eight were by ejection ad 28 byappolntrnent. Bryant has aIready made one appointment to the high bench, former Goy. Millard Caidwell who succe.+d retired Justice t. PERPLEXED YOUNGSTER TRYS TO FIND OUT UF Mr'. Margaret Thomrpson, housemother it theSigma N', fraternity house, 2012 W. tUniverhity Avenue, died late last night of .rppar.nt natural (auses. No further indormatlon was available at press time. L


Officials, Students Weigh New Rules Harder To B reck Low, --Shuler it ha tle to >1st 'Is li v it Atu ibcaus. ii IS, I F ih1 i~ dh ahi n Iim'\ altl m .111 is i tedt here is mole uin im t.1' lVe i(hipon, hiut fl,, hiast't )bI'I sl," the ,'s'et uao Liii ued "'Studglits ijiu tniulta .rc impressed and acknowledge e~~I .'1 heVei to be j{1n0." Wirt Id said campus police have been presenihng ai lertt iii irkels a d1ay ',ince the new SCHULER WIRTALA university cirjnoijiitY' of lIO0t) p)ErSOils. Of thei 1,1)00 parking spates the UF nOW has, al most 1,1)00 are valueless to those on the centr al camlpils. These are located in the flavets, onfr ateruity row, North -8outh Drive from thesewage Plant to Archer Road and the north end of Radio Road. And the 230 on-street spares that have been eliminated for safety purposes have cut down the number of spaces located for central campus convenience. "We haven't cut out any of the student parking facilities,'' the Chief pointed out. "The people who are feeling the pinch with this new plan are the non-academic staff, who arebeing puslhedfurther away from th main area,"he said. What problems does the Chief anticipate in enforcing the new plan?> "I don't expert any problems,'' the Chief said. 'I think both the people with driving rights and privileges and the students walklug to classes should like it.'' The transition means no ini ease In the number of campus policemleni. lot the first few weeks, thre, policemen who work the night shift h.'ve joined the six layti me miei to aid ini 'tiutating the drives and establishing the new pa, It has, however, nmeanit an In-. creuse in the number of street signs. Shuler said he doesn't know the total figiie, but says some 40 flew signs have he,, added since last trimester. Student reaction to the new rules is both favorable and unfavorable. It's rice to be able to walk across the campus withoutthe traftic congestion, but Rick Diner, 3EG, doesn't 111ke the idea of walklng "half a mile" to where he is going alter he parks his car. According to Torn Mairs, 2UC, the new driving rules are "the worst thing they've pulled so far."' He fees the regulations work fine for the pedestrians, but is annoyed that students can't drive to the Flub, or to classes. A 3Ev student, Carol Ingram hasn't been greatly affected by the new regulations because she never drives to classes. However, she has been 'inconvenlienced" several times when she did want to use her car to run errands. Carol says that if it were necessary for her to drive to ali her classes she would feel ''put out.'' 'Tle rest rictionis de help iin gutting At ross tlit street bet WI*II lasM's,"' Miss Ingrim sid. Beeauie she has classes in the Medical (enter, iniconvenuiince a rises for lull. schiet, 3NB, whet, slit needs to go to the mindly of Caimptis. "'Going completely around campus waste-,, time, gas and leaves me in the same predicaruent as before I started out," Julie said. [FIfte n minutes isn't Reaction enough time to hoof it from the Med. Center. Another nursing student, Kathy Touby likes the new rules. She thinks they are good because as a pedestrian she doesn't have to fight the traffic. Kathy plans to get a car, but reels she'll be happy she won't have to fight the traffic as a driver then. Lynn Hall, ZUC, favors the Traflie Committee action. She'd rather the parking spaces be saved for those who really need them, rather than some who are too lazy to walk. "'it's less-likely we'll get mowed down,'' Lynn said. faculty members and Traffic Committee must also hold to the rules, said Wirtala. The committee includes: professor William Nuetzel, Kcrn Sharrard, George Sims, C inmpus Police Chief Shuler pT olessor Cseor ge F reemaun, G rabhnm Ai el heid ll Hyau,,Stuient flotrnmeiit Comirssloner of Safety JTuh, henuk Ils, mnd Student Court ist Re Bill M( in ik. Daina lunnish, hAS, thinks the .ifmpiis looks .1 111 better. But hit'd rattiet Set 1n0 U!S oilmputs it ill, to leive streets open to, (Jel g rv. "'I do wish we hail Slarge coruumty parking lot, but that would b,. kind of hard. The looks it the c.iipus of!s et obljections," hi' said. rules went mtb effect. Preuena, i. day. Presumably, however, nh. I a will rise somewhat WhinTi ilplt, on duty at control puinits to their regular jobs. ''The eamipus is sifet mId er now. Thre is 1k (tiln s'on anymore in the mornilgs. I ik hour traffic has been grea.tla duced." According to Dr. Wiit ala, ihm. is plenty of parking space nu able in the periphery. "'It's a matter of establishing newhbt" he said. By periphery, he said he meant parking spaces outside the Icstricted area, but still on campus --much of it behind Hlume B all. Most of the parking spau's in the restricted areas are TnOWfilled. However, the committee is keep -jog count to see whether thle I ul't lots are being designiatecifor pak Ing. Adecisior will be made it h meeting Thursday, Wirtal. .imi Work on tempor ary lots, n west of Fraternity Ptow iii I' other ,ath of the drill held his beer slowed by ruin. The lot 0 to he restricted; (Ally lhosi 'I dents and fictilty miembhr I ii'nected with the Iiiggmlel inlt Iliino irig or thu Physical Plant

in Rel glon Week. Modern World To Get Stress K ii ii J II l 1 .K Li, ill,, -I ''I I'll, II; iii 'I iii I ill ii K I I it I I HI I ii I N N!'. ii iii r tliq hr CII I e~Ll ii .1 J I Florida Union Schedule liiFliIanz amiser Hit those sucking to Iniprove thei. skills ii ,tlhet arts thiNadvamz iii[ to revlornal mnd iatic)Ia] playefis. I amints [LI' s011411 s, su11h as Amnbassidot (hul:, MjulIt. Nhu' father C'o c,, outh Vhet Nanm, arid united States Senator (corge Smathts, plus ,.verad either spretker wil! be orn Idmpus. Aftsi eacb pI ogi ini thei9 will hr a rl(.ptiorl mi thU Tv.1 Iro (hiigt to give the stiudsrils II cha4 C) ik lurstrons. caiaoons B The Col lege Homorsompler by UF's own comic artist. $i at Campus Shop, Medikol1 Center Bookstore, Mike's, Alon'sCubona, Malone's, Box 293, Reddire-Fpoidrom. Go Continental Sec Cassi fied ALIFO0RD'S TOWER HOUSE "CHAMPI ON" MURPHY'S Complete L omie FOR ALL HOME no of CIIPPfLEC NEEDS prTECSMLTIRETTI SALE steel P111mg cabinets mmd Boxes -A Metal SlANT PERSONAL FILE .l0x IC. l 2h.9 L. fo~n lock, key. FILE SASINETS STARTS fo Ig aeee StnIl a a 6 a H-fay iteel 4ty71 0% inche flt itn dawn Lock and key. -I a 5 88 1/,x10x30 -Inch.;: top pe for prF o Ide Crininlded. Cabinet has shelf doo, and fld hay,. separat. keys. ---------------A. I. t4 S I a S I a Is, CElK FILE CONCEALED CASTERS .-. 2 .4 4 2IAAWEE FILES furnit. re .l minul. finished herd. warn. Strong, Jr. able:,reinfo.d con. .fruction. Nylon rml. eorg tt'rosuhout. DRAWERS $27.77 C. 9Lx wit. 9 x 4'!, min; ow. chec H ,r :b. ;nc fold Iso a a S a a I S I S S S S a S S S a I a S S I5 ~. a I S S MONDAY or O finac el SECURITY CHEST EIectricslly weidad 1.88 h.vy gpug. .t.I with asbestos filled inter. Ining. 6%'/2a%' inc.s; luggaq .+yp. haadls *n C ON S A N "SECRETARY-FYLETTE" HNavy ,w4.I 30-In. I If cabinet open: file foldens Included. Bo. tom .1 cabb,.t has tare. rdvdted ses of fie dawrn with doe, on ,.ont Cabinet top and draw., he nparae hew. Concealed easters. a p META L .o. -M M $188aaV IL it Ii 'II 'ii I *IL \I. BE RC KMA N OR BUSINESS C a = 0~i i i i 1 i r i [ a '' .1


Sidehghts ed itoriaas T 0 Pledge Or Not To Pledge Another Nail In t .ri' I''. il ij i 11 l l ' i it omu rat iF I p'. riu I] rI'. Al i It w ai, ito ii '' Il p rf ji th a ert o s ok S C I se'tth'di hit', S Ira i I s -a a 4 titirt ii I 4 I 'ii'' The Coffin 0~v Sii o a Iu ii F. '1< I,.' I jt''liii ;pat'i'i i ii is (50 it I-f., brmte wit sit sI'n nlo ton} h nl,.m fr Hi'un twil-,lu V pnlttl ilsvilI 'fi'it t, lin t .h lip, nilyi i ujeyll);, M i1t1+ is tX irtl' iuui .An i' eas nhrieiii, nlniiiist il 0 ,ni~nicie C il .it. ,' .ou.i trw stison fil exctet wii etti miuiiiinut. Te i.'h cidus'tTIv idtihist, i+io start. cri fu'diu' ledIh rirlisti j to 'nww A ervii,, Ito the I,. 8uii on that, tilter l, h lie syimbi, ir uian' sulft n ii ly .? | 1 ||]| | 1 ". v. [n r.II i i il 9. i 1, Sr u Vitjuit' II tw Iw iiiilut lug thit insight tu, it. I'i m ii iidIt)(p ent jut I ri'kly, I wasqut dish tiueci at thlt fIllt pap istitle ini last Wedniesdiy' N (ator. I reher to thu ciesci iption 4f the way in which F' I ink hawshaw, lie V.(. I.E. party aiididjte for president of the student body was selected. My specific corcern~s art, the fol lowing quotes: "The surprise aiinounicemnert came at a small gathering at the Pi lambda Phi fraternity house." "In an announcement to thesmall group of party bigwigs. "'The 14 V.O.Tr.E. party fraternities gave Hawsbaw the go-ahead at yesterday's meeting." I can't help but wonder, as an Independent, why the independents weren't Involved in the selection of candidate for President. He (Harshaw) Is supposed to represent the whole student body (2(1% mndcpendiints ) and if his political ailegiarice is directly linked with the fraternities, as they seem to be thein he is indebted to the minority. [ guess this is the type ot political mnachlnattons that is re spois ible for the a attitude that ay of my triendis im the dorm and I share with respect to our Student Government. Most of us d0 have the attitude that SG doesn't represent us and couldn't care less hut our wishes. I'm niiot opposeS to frate riities, I'mri awa ic that there is tine leader ship in the various houses, but, I'd like to see a joint effort (with the appropriate proportions) betweeni independents and irater ics for the good of the st udent body as a whole. It doesn't appear that the V.O.T.E .pa Ity ox its announced candidate is disposed to provide this type of leadership. Thomas I-. Kiefer Served by 1'nIted Press Internatiunal el s,1 1111 .I Editoria .d .r .....Walker Nrlnd Sports Editor .Uave Flerkowit, Wire Editor. .......RobThomnas Feature [Edltor.,. .,.Cnthia Tunstall Campus Living Editor. Judy I wnn Prince Editorial Assistants .John Ilant ock, V rnie lit,, Glenn Gall Sobering, Nancy /lnnret, 'Ilati Campbell jud Betty Reporters .Mike Power, Jim Castilo, Phil Hevenir, Joel 4 Douglas Molitor, Donita Mathisoi, Sall\ stock, Kithie Niartin I aney, Wendt,. Gastc, ,Carol PaCkaged Baby Expected MOSCOW (t PIt -Spacewoman \akentiria Tereshkova and her cosmonaut husband Andri an Nikolayev are expecting their first child, at cording to sources connected with the So' iet space progi am. scitific interest in the birth News Moslem-Hindus EMLTTA, Indii 1t P1, ightmrg Ilared agai iii ( ilcutta vest' rday and unoU i a] reports said Itdeath tollmithe worst Moslem -Hindu riots sine purtitionhad passed the lit) ma, k. Cst$ro In MOSCOW (UJPI) -A shiver ing Fidel Castro stepped off a SivWet -built airliner In sub-zerO cold yesterday and rushed into theopen arms of a bear-hugging, cheekkissing Nikita S. Khrushchev. The Cuban dictator arrived ii 'i e ., ,1) sl r.r 'i 1. h a 0. .ui d i I a tin ih it ill, I 1I -n t Iui-s 1k, ], iii! I ii'iFr iisk tuanis.1f I Fl' pt~ hit I'ot tiulill V ld hen mb ed ii Xcht'i thu'nInr11. i ji t, i st InN itit i thu It his isculaiiiin it t'olle'ite fri-tei iittrs ilu 5(1r01ities is 111511hiations I lgi(s tlii ible tieand Iperit ili. Tiken inro, liowemer, they utiluesti!al.yI Vn ~ titblishi that mAci is I 51)1 iii .i-i irmid that for 1)11 reason ot ocher, tends to (uiictioni ini g oups aind seems to profit immensely from such relationships. I am riot saying this is what has to be done, I an, not saying that the observation itself justifies everything each group does, nor am I implying that because the situation exists, every man must joIn onie of these organitations; but I do allege ttnst you will, in all probability, belong, by force or volition, to one of these groups, sonieday. PUJBLA( conformity, individual discrimmralion (in ALL Its respects), and the ability to associate pleasantly with other people ire the demands of this century. Disagree with this all you please, but fail to learn the rules in.I the consequeil(es may, for you, be "atistropic. The university community offers you opportunities for individuals velopmeni t 0 miany iar us beyond ii the traditional academic itisciplnes. F raternities Iticdsororities .1 C t aitanmoit to agi du ate school tA sociality and can teach you a great deal about the complexitiess of group living. [l's up to you to deride whethe, or not such krnowledge ts necessary, :wl if 0legiate fraterit irs iind sorority s are a reliable vehicle to tinderstanding of this '"ii ea of study."' Fri my optnmon they are. Evyen with these posit i' argu merits in muid there' tie iasflns to stay away from fraternIties and sororitIes. Your initiiiil duty to yourself is to graduate from this insitutionThis etideator (anl be conside I ably enhanced if you re phy sically fit and mentally cot-. '4, lilri t east i mou uf ph\MsLa] workorir, Ud if yai still t i'v ir wotk ii the things that Lut 011+ most. If U aterzutie-,ALdt mi eal help rullill this last no u otherwise, sta iway. As o thiiil& ale pioo blv ).k. buI lheii(9 .it'.l it'H lly ,ifit< t.'d I,' mlentailly by fi .iei .l otil i. get nway f rnm them. I th1nk all p&oipie should go ush8, it LJII't hui you to firMd r n what's going oi.rTi nal lfe n' Ioe great iiny AdlusiStIt problemsi yOU night olh.i Am have, Or it couldmr,,k,' hil Anu, You'll never know miless you tIM aihiufld. Should yOU pledge anid h you Alt' differing aultdem Li, then depledge and lon't It ii kind of Jut ess delty that 1."I 101n. It is true that the ovel all mler' Ave rage (or fraterniities is high than the overall men's anerag. even though these men are heling evaluated against themselves. It Is true that some peoplit depending on the individual .,mi house, live cheaper within th fraternal system. It is true that many houses ask unreasonable time obligation from some of their pledges. [Ic careful of this, stay away from It if possible, and depledge Immediately if it affects your aa denies seriously. It is true most houses put their best fodt forward during rush. Pon't hesitate to depledge if you find later the house is [till of unde sirables. To become a brotherun der such circumstances is jJlmits' unbearable. Remember, the pledge period is nmuci for you to nt ept thehlus t., for the house to irrept you. For heaven sake don't ferI au are irrevocably committed to house during the pledge pz in't Wliei you are initiated you lip. made a choice cir life. Evaluate the brothers closely. When you are initiated these meil will, to some extent, carry yom ieputitionl with them wherever tlhp go. Men who can't hold their Ii quor, rion't know how to .rct mi lih. oresenfe ot a lady arnt ph Iok like a refugee from WlmE' beatnik camp would not be thi kind of people I would want walk lug around with my repttiold. What's you. choice" Good luck and whatev-r ynui decision I hope at's the lest fur you. t


Camp us News Briefs 4 Id the Music mnus~i ca I For Violin, it F c e ne IPano I IL~I~l ,~~j sIj74fjIi L.i S ilt CI Idtri ~ijr of rriithlinit -If II l' l ) i l t I .I i t itljwiiiiitiith 1 tt.r Alpha [Lambda 1)elta, honor iy thriety for freshman women, is Linking for freshman girls Who hia made a 3.5 averAge orhbete U ii the 1963 fall trimester. All girls who are classfied as II ( and are full-ti me students with least one trimester of 3.5 honor pHint average are eligible to be fillip members of the society. transfer si uderits are es I ally urged to apply for the 'otety if they 'an mrt the rec'un rements and If the college they dinsferred from has iin Alpha I lilihda lDeltai Ihapter. Xpplgvaits for Alpha I ambdia 40 It. lmus[ sigh lip between Jflip iy 20-23 ii theotfictut t lyjil Womieii in Tigert I(all, ion Th,.Pl pipse little SO' iC ,Ma IC ie at ksoin, p',sisftant ditti of mnsil, is to riOm~OtC ii-i Idlg,.,p livring, a hIghi staridji I Jell u ing, .md ci enicour Lak' SLI-. pun ot %(h'lFtstlc ,ttaiinmnent for Tshmaii wmreii. cin jackson said she believes bout 40 girls are eligible Coi nri.iership mi the society, nOt Inii titling tra nsfer sitideuit s. She iMied that 40 is a large numbi '4 irlt eligible, that the lisusai lII dP 9 unIlS ini the 20's. iltpha I ambda 1)elti Was CxI Jilisied at U F ini 1919. 'The sit'9K is .i national orai/ ititip, 1f FttlO~{ioridetr. and he press ofsology Soty.lao


.(J.?+ J~'F t-'.)rL'~I, 0kI[pcI I I, If lpvs [41 It, F. I j~ I I LII '14, A A 'I K Ill II 5MMl I Witi I F L'BNISUI Liiil coih~i~t.rl .ltpirrxh4Itt fui single Wi lie bnc 22, 12101 'ih Allig ilol, stating lit, Ipp~rix. tiliitwts. ( 71 -3t-t). WANTISl) ---One Male stiliejt to slar* house with 5 othertri al, situ~ints. $17 per p.r I 1 pwr month. Call 6-2888. (( -7Ilf-p. WANTFI) lo1 buy -small used rycli Ut scoteti $125 to JPti(I. Mike Golden ii? 2-9176. ((-71 -Ji-0). WANTED (ONk 8TI()E NT to share apartmlet with 2 others foi this Ii imester. (>ood study ei'vu cimint. (C-71 -if-c). WANTEI' -One girl to share apt with others. Large apt., close to campus 915 S.W. 2nd Ave. FR 2.-5644. $85 a month. (C-OS-it-c). WANTED--One girl toshare apartment with 2 others. Behind Norman Hall. Rent $40 a month. Call 2-5965 alter 5 p.m. (C-72at-c). WANTFD: Clean, dependable white wonian to come to my home and care for 9 month old girl from 7:45 a.rn. to 5:15 p.m. MondayFriday. Must be good with childron mid if possible provide references, No other duties involved otter than babysitting. Will pay reasonable fee. Direct inquires to: Mrs. Robert ZUnt Day Phone FR 5-3261 Ext. 2576. Night: FR 6-0944. (C-73-4t-c). Open 6Cow at?7 _______ orr ,no passes this show FIRST AT N~, low 1st rUn Gn. shown 1st & last jamses garner pesw henrnny -EE You' daingr" -JEYAfl Ifl LftLL I AC II. Iii it K .1,1 I ft til pilL)>. ''I/G 7 tfea slilitig, sifie iltaills, raI ,1 he~itIlntei S sotlit wOt k. S.0i I fkte frIn ,*st O>fftr (,VF $273. .t Pete ')lsoni it 2-i K oc 217,. lunl Al I A IN)MIdl 2001 (2-09Th). ()011 onilloni.$l850.((-71i-:t-i). 19G6 FOPI) --$400. or best offer. jOB S.W, loll St. (G -71-At-p). flflSli. Radio itul heater .Maiy new Iarts. $2S0. Al Itushmiat '12,) S.W. 12th St. i-ItnlJ. (z73-.31-C). I fl IO)N IA 250 Cl. excellent condition. New battery arid tires. Turn signals, electric starting, very reasonable. Call or see: Steve room 3029 flume. Ffl 69234. (A-72-3t-p). CHINCHILLA. L ivye, about 8 months old, $10. NanaFR2-5091, after 3 p.m. (A-'73-3t-c). TWO nearly NEW BICYCLES for sale. Very reasonable. Call before 10 a.m. or after 9:30 p.m. 2-6278. (A-73-1t-c). SHANNON WOODS -2-1/2 acre homesites just 4 miles west of Gaines. On paved road. Large shade trees. $2750 with easy terms. Call anytime. ERNEST TE W RE AL TY RALPH GLAESER --Steve Kesterson Associates. FR 6-6461. 2910 N.W. lath St. (A73St-c). MAC' S SAC'S 1331 East at 1*3 5*7*9 >1 itt lit 1211 ext Oi. ( 7-3-it -p, r ri)VNT WI I F experltincim it 5ery YSchiOtl .issislint aidt mtothiel to caire for young chAd of work In h mother. lcase call b-I723. (M Il-At-c). A ITEHA TIt NS, HEMS PU. DONi V /IPI-EiS H E P LA CE I), TOPN SEAMS PIXEL). Whit hive you to be sewn? Mrs. Klein 272--7967'. ( M-T-68-'). I Can Income Ex perie service Bryson 2-9307. Help YOU wake money. tan returns prepared. nce with internal revence computer center. Boyd 1237 S.W. 2nd Ave. Phone (M-73-it-ciV LOST a pair of Black frames. 1995. (L-7l-3t-c). ladies glasses. Please call 6WILL THE GIRl WHO PICKEDUP A NAVY BLUE size 3 Debutog trench coat at the Kappa Sig. House Sat. 11th please contact Ann Hankins 3018 Rawlings Hall. I have yourblackone.(L-72-3t-c). D 0 D [y 0 University Avenue ii A V V I ,h'CIIL ii' I' I --I I. 'Ieiit. ltk Cirn 'imlii l i tiiipient. $'m),c u. br lIre 001. $13 .c 33 nWg leei A,p 116t N. W. 16th 5t. I B-71-Jt-c}. NiEW air 3.W. Ilm l aiis. b I7' C ILur ( riiier for Sale -See At 1111111 ATII CoUrt I flu. Soitth 141 (-7-t-) 20' ( r disc r anid t ailer. Sleeps 3. [epth sounder, upholstered tushions t' u out. Two 49 lIP engine', top lines, anchor, extra, seats, life p reserves. Other ac

Ange~ Flight Invades R OT C 'lvii' 4, II tirl II hr liii i. v14 DIANE DEN NING out her Angel Flight uniformi. The g irls ROTC group drill on Thursdays. Panm (Contnued From Page1) at issue between the two governmtents. He samd Chiari had outlined these to Thomas C. Mann, LI.S. assistant secretaryof st ate, sent here at the head of a special mission by president Johnson last week to investigate the violence. Velardi did not elaborate on how muich land Panama. would like shared off the present l0-niile width of the Canal /tone. ''When it was first built, pe tiaps it was necessary to h ave iv V miles oineither side otthe cizal,' he said. "But today the ( ild /one's defense is caiiediul frt l Ilorilia bases, yet the 1Ile supt C iS retained.'. A skedI to detail what k ind of "rivisix'" l'ianma sought of the trIn treaty, Velarde said "Thflie IN tiC Single toiiditioil. ()vI' thi Years Parnam a ham expounded a Series, 0! demands which voir the social, economno and soVeiII said Panama's view is that it ieised the Canial /one terristilyt o'n tt,oper ate talitain and defend the canal and that all 011her attic ibutes should ret ththe Reublwc of Panama, lie said 'other examples'' of Panama's complaints about the nature of the existing zone treaty are wages paid to Panamains and the annual sum paid to Panama as tone rental by the IInhtedstates. Velarde said both are ''far tOO low-" The Uhitedstates originally paid Panama $250,000 a year rent for the Zone territory. This was subsequently raised to $450,000 and, in 1955 it was raised to $1,950,000,' 'In corntrast,' Vezarde said, the world. "He did not elaborate. in dK ennedy For l IIi'',' \ e. It, t lu In i .1 w e \ .k0 > Xx\ia i t nI ,!I I r i Iy' { E' \tigh i'l eb i I: 0 ft tI|it' Isijl Wt' tIlI1sli ris ~t gonlei li feld wnetting Ihae An11(1 pragtmtici dur Chisayatrose hn :3t Foreign WASIIINQION (rPI) --P're'Idient Joh lsOn intiounced Monday iiight thr, lx is 'ciindmrg At ty. Gen. Ilt'ei I .kelinedly to the I hr at toconfer with lindoritsi.,n Prisi lient sukar rio. Acting Press Secr'ltary Andirew T. Bili ipx ilnidmcod lhat Kennedy would meet with .tohnsix at 10:20 tnm. 125T Mtonday shilljt'Sl. I 11 top5 0' rmilltih iners writibi lit distilsed whlefl kihjled miflt ii st ISP trf Khirldith SI triiiblesioiitit ill I iteni .lssiglnmltntvhenlrhe sadi und lith tIeside nt Kennei V [)etails of the ittli toy gitili i's Trip mission I, C expected to he I iln, r ed rol oIc 1ng his mi et ing it the White House wih Hi ohnson Mmdtay. But the mahinl puirpose of his mIssort Is apparently to is stiade Sukarno from his announced determination to "crush"' the hww fede rat ion of Maslays a. Kennedy :tlso will nisctiss with tI,. [otnliixn,'~ chId If s t~e a p1 )'IIO II! thi. tol *ign id l t whIt, rins h Il plsii t itl suaiikep up. mlithicts Ii' xwhs liispit xiid by hIs brothlI, ki no xn link t a ill I ehIunI y, Ne ii werks ago 1uk10 Cxp)I ssing gi lvi' flohcll ,ver the milutit y buildup II thll Miltysiana ISIS. WELCOME STUDENTS OLD & NEW TO GAINESVILLE'S MOST POPULAR RECORD CENTER SPEC IA SHOW ONAL LIZING TUNES, ,OPERA I N SP S. F REE DE L IVE R WE MAIL AN CLASSiCAIL, FOLK, JAZ OKEN WORD, INTERNAlT FOREIGN LANGUAGES. YWHERE --%a C I h1 .I 1 s' i } i \I i s l il. I tlli lI i I le 1it''iy1 I Iis lit In Ilt. oiilt lilt' SMoss, \ le c li n t ed n; 'cell cliti i esietif tilt' 310 ishiI liikie ot tullull losi ro ty' o lcin lniii. o s m l at )thur t ,r,.' 1 I ((1 II 'ts Whieli t vIce premnh thiI set etak y; (Iie ilfou 1 Im sviiOe tesurCeitIiea ( ,eoar IM.ckonvllktnip, lirs r -d csi Iio, t W ElNE RS 1 Vegetable, I Rolls & Butter, or rca, Iced or 2204 S.W. 13th St. WITH LOVE THE GO i i tt i 4 4 i in ill\ rtl e i b l. 'I l 1 1 t' t i t n 1 1 Salod, Coffee Hot, 376-9904 complete carry -out service The B wse Sho. Ouality I Pa~perak A FRIEND IS SOMEONE WHO LIKLS YOU LOVE IS A FOR YOU TO TURN THE NEW BAD CHILD'S BUDDHIST LDEN BOOK LOG IC, Technical SOLID STA TE PHYSICS .Joan Angiund .Louis Untermieyer .Pres. JohnF. Kennedy ler BOUGH Sir James George Fraz OF BEASTS .HiIlaire Beiloc VOL. I & II & RsI6rsnce FOR METTALURG5SS .' Il L. l 1 1 It hll. l Il Pit ll t'tl 'liik l ''K p .I ii~ 1p 1 aLI. I rh he i ill t'hI n i iit iiy hi. t .h i,'li i lt'. I ll s II -ei$se i Is lii lI tlit iit tel lit' isisi Ther.apy tttbe Aphoh Clubs Meet Ihe r py C Iubs have s thedui*1 a combllneci meeting Tuesday ii 6:30 ii the J. Hllis Miller Health (enter, jccordng to vi 'lark, St tide lt ()iiupst iini iTherapy As sot'I atIon putblIit y chirmnI. Alt rehabilItation {iitinselliiig & BEA NS l | 1 | | t I i[ i t the che, king Air Force served with 85c Townhouse RestaUrant SPECIAL WAY OF FEELING | 1 .. I,, I | | | i l' i ''il l' [1| 11' | 'I' l' -.11 i [11 is. [1 ) s i 1 1, i t l r : i I r i Z, I Himinishes New in


NCAA Ru Sim plifies es Committee Grid Substitution BEHIND THE EIGHT BALL By DAVE BERKOWITZ A Qu ite A Dif feren ce I[iii w is qilie .4 nliflirne II at wiok ,.'tw'. n.' \lTiimi intl Aubui in gansis fir is I fin wM.I <' C (ilel i I lii. All'I hthi ginmes, wa.s mi I i 'i itti thin dIirig .ijd after the Autiiin rme. I hnrity fiii' ,,,nd to ti in'inh're SpirIt.$i fi um.of tnii{ ['hut 4day *ii1'It kill 1 sp it P %Prnh$( mirn spCntaniieOiI. Mayt* It was lih, way Miami gribbid the basket aWIy tiOTm the, (satois CdlrinK thle warm ii ps or mayb' bjeilise thi raris tiad a haiv t to get iii lihi iii with somii hill auth 01 lf lli Own. (i fs ('vIn git hold of a Miarn a kit whnIi wi, tiissed iout lIke an effigy. Thi, Aubuiri pi g'ImII tme w~As penit waiting for Auburn substitutes to gtt nfl Ih' ccmrt so someone jouli steal the ball anOi send it through the. stAnds. "rne boy, apparently iii' a UPI student, traed to give the crowd whnd it was waiting for ani was .scnrted to thne sidelines by .campus law officer'. The ganies tlhrmselves were a contrast. Florida and Miami met in a wild open ball game iin which a total of 205 points were scored. The Florida score of 114 set a school record arnd the total score bettered a record of 187 points set in a game between Florida i97) and Muhleniberg (90). The Auburn game was Florida's low for the season with only 63 points scored by the Gators and although it was the kind of game the Gators would have had to play to beat the Tigers, it was not pleasing to the Tants. Sluw down basketball is not popular with the fans and Coach Norman Sloan says Its riot thle kind of ball he likes to play. The general trend to rast games can be seen in the increased number of shots taken in a game and the higher scores one reads in the news'herefore, it's not so surprising that the U F scoring record fell this year and that the Gators are averaging In the mid A0's with scores in three games this season over 100. It is not so surprising, either, that lDick Tonanson broke the U F individual scoring record for a single game. We can't complain about Sloan using a slow-down against Auburn, If that's what he thought lt would take to win anid despite all the hackneyed phrases ini the world, the most important thing is winning. One fan was heard to say alter the game that all he could say for the gamne was that the UFE won. We think that the basketball rains will be seeing less and less of the slow diliterate gamic And more of the run and shoot variety. ~1 OCQo p. S U. P 2' AII-Fratcrnity Tr p1i ack Teams EVENTOrange League 220------Col Hoyden DID-----------23,5--100-----Dole Heard SN------------10,4-880------Fred Wymon D TD--------2:06.8---440 Rekay--Delto Tau Deit------------46.4Shot Put-Sid McClean DTD---------5t'9"-High Jump-Hal Seymour S N-----------6''-Blue League EVENT 220-------John Medlin PGD----------24.4100-----Jerne Baker DU-------------lO.7-.880------Jim Shatis DX------------2:11.5440 Relay--Phi Gamma Delt----------48.3--Shot Put---Alex Sterns PGD--------41'2.5"Brood Jump-Chorlie Johnson PGD-----19''Discus-----Don Heber TKCE---------128 1 I, High Jump-Jim Emerson XP-----------'"Jones Loo Sooner C NORMAN, Okia. (UP!) -Assistant coach Gamer Jones said Monday he had told Bud Wilknson he was In succeedlog him as head football coach at Oklahoita. Jones, who built the famous interior lines that have been the Oklahoma trademark throughout Wilkinson's 17 years as head coach, has been mentioned as a leading candidate for the job now that Wilkinson has resigned. fle stocky, 49-year-old former star center at Ohio State drew king For acing ?Or 11l' >I Job support from a petition circulated among the Oklahoma football players. The team voted overwhelmingly for Jones to Suceed Wilkinson, and tr.George L.Ross, university president, said he concurred. Dean Earl Sineed, chairman of the Oklahoma athletic council, said the petition would "carry weight. with him, although he could riot speak for the other members of a fourman screening committee set up to choose a coach. -r [i Ie lM 9 Inin1t.k' NtiniIt eF' ( Ir 'r tilt' i Ii ico s I le t' y a ci it I peI utted ( li iit'Z.1 elit thes\ Ivtin p(1 by "riti i in. "trvl i], est a Va han.o! n estp ti, the The I inks mikir S ind oah agreed thM thle more. lrelwn ittutloa rules will ip'fl up tine game nmtre for spetidists .111d prttoon ftbtall. Committee mitmrbers int c'o'athts lke We,, quick tc pnnint out howe'pr the flew ril' nliosu't ireax a full return to unlna ted substit uttins intl that teams will have to include players treated to perform on 1wt I off. se I td defense. The committee adopted oneothen' rule Monday before closing its three day annual meeting. This would classify as an illegal passpenalfred by a five-yard setback and loss of down-any action of a passer in throwing the ball to the ground at his feet In order to stop the clock. The rule really only clls'fr closersuervision of the intentionally grounding rule. Tec h In Ti e ATL ANTA (UP!) -The Georgia Tech Engineers moved Into a tie for the Southeastern Conference lad last night by beating defending champion Mississippi State 59-45. The Engineers are now 3-0 in the SEC as is Tennessee and 9-3 overall. PGA Na tional Set Tomorrow PORT ST. LUCIE, (UPI) -The $10,000 PGA National Golf Club Match Play Championship will start Wednesday at the 36-hole Port St. Lucie County Club with 278 golfers shooting for the title. The tourney marks the first time since 1958 that match play golf has been on the PGA's Florida winter tournament schedule. Two groups of 139 golfers each will compete in IA-hold qualifying rounds Wednesday. One group will play over the "Saints" course with the other playing the ''Sinners'' course. KLEAN-A-MATIK LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING I aaIrsxrn ifa. U (V. I I I ALLIGATOR OUR. VqA F1.1 .il lil i 11 1. -1 Ils I il 1, i li k is ,[t 1( r l.Ji-1. .,,|, ,,, r. I ri i t, 1 Jr is, r 1.r r -i r i ., 1 J I ria liti 9'' S