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Cuban Agents Arrested In Panama


UJS. authorities and arrested by the Guardia Nat- canal. But these officials also said the United
WASHINGTON (UPI) At least 10 agents trained
States was ready to negotiate the dispute once violence -
Panama's The
authorities after they measurably increased the violence ionale, military style police. Army
that erupted over the U.S.-operated canal, secretary praised the Panamanian police for their JIbs ended and provided Panama approaches the
efforts to restore order. conference table on a good neighbor basis.
R. Vance said yesterday.
Army Secretary Cyrus
Both Vance and Secretary of State De an Rusk
Vance, who returned Monday from Panama and He said it had not been established that any said it appeared that order was being restored in
reported to President Johnson, told a news confer- weapons used in the fighting were brought in from PANAMA. In a Interview Rusk sounded
ence that he thought at least one of the ten was a Cuba. American troops were fired on by such optimistic about settlement of the dispute since
sniper. He said the agents "moved in quickly to weapons as .22 caliber and .30 caliber rifles, contacts have been mal) fined between the United

ship up the dispute" and added greatly to the vio- torn my guns, carbines, pistols, and a machine gun, States and Panama.In .
lence. he said.
a statement okayed by Johnson Senate Demo-

According to Vance, the agents were identified by VANCE AND OTHER U.S. officials made clear (Continued on Page 8))

The Florida Alligator

Vol.56, No. 74 University of FloridaGainesville Wed. January 15,1964

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Montoya DueSaturday




By WhENCE ZIMMERMAN Saturday he will perform twicein
University Auditorium -once
By common agreement, Carlos at 3:30 p.m., again at 8:15 p.m.
Montoya Is the world's foremost
--In a Lyceum Council production.
flamenco guitarist. Tickets are $1.50, on sale at the .
Information booth across from the

Cigarettes student"Flamenco bank. is the folk musicof --i _

Spain. Like all folk musicit I1-
acts as a release for basic human rc
UnlawfulEASTLAND emotions and through the
amazing dexterity of the iL raiNea

guitarist's fingers flows searing
Tex. UPI) --
passion, meloncholy saddnessthe
Three smoking and one non- vitality of life and the tragedy ,
member of the East-
smoking "
a Montoya record album
land City Council unanimously says. l
passed Monday an ordinance
prohibiting the sale or use of Montoya began his career withan i

cigarettes with the municipal extraordinary handicap. Ills -- -- .
limits. uncle, Ramon Montoya, also a EVEN THE TREES HAD FROZEN FINGERS
The ordinance provides a renowned flamenco guitarist, refused -
$1,000 fine or three years Imprisonment to teach Carlos because they .Tuesday morning, when temperatures in Gainesville dropped to a winter's low of

for any person were relatives. 22 degrees. No let-up in sight. (Staff photo by Johnston Photography. )
caught with cigarettes smok- But Carlos Montoya came to
ing them. Mayor Don Pierson Gypsy flamenco naturally. According -
said he expects the ordinanceto to authorities, flamenco FOR VICE-PRESIDENT
become effective Feb. 20. is unwritten, and must be in the
There were strong indicationsthat blood of the guitarist.
if the ordinance was not
passed as a Joke, it may have Montoya, who has a Gypsy heritage Gator Picks GoberBy
about the same effect. S.G. Is noted for his remarkably
Johndroe Jr., city attorney of pure technique and interpretationof
nearby Fort Worth, said East- the folklore of his people."
land residents can smoke all Further, his style is noted by it's PHIL HEVENER of Ken Kennedy's intention to run for the student
they want to without the fear ".fireworks and brilliant color," Staff Writer body presidency. under the Gator Party banner.
of arrest. according to his album, "Gl"nts Dick Gober, 26-year-old air force veteran, was Currently a candidate for a Master's degree In
of announced yesterday afternoon as the Gator Party's
Flamenco. political science, Gober has maintained an over-all
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candidate for the No. 2 slot on their'ticket. 3.6 average during the course of his studies at the UF.
Announcement of Gober as candidate for the vice- He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, and the Phi
presidential post followed by about 48-hours the news Kappa Phi honorary fraternities as well as the If all I

of Fame and Florida Blue Key.
JFK MemorialDue
ao Commenting on Gober's announced -

candidacy, Gator Party
chairmanBob Wilson said, "We
; d.N.i
At UFPlans are looking for individuals

qualified in all phases of Student
Government, and in Kennedy and
for the UF memorial to Gober we think we have two of
John F. will be finalized
Kennedy "
T'I the best possible names.
I within the week Student
Body Pre
Gcber has held such posts as
sident Paul Hendrick
said. Clerk of the Honor Court here at

1r the UF, Undersecretary of Labor,
"No definite has been set
+A day and has been a resident assistantand
for the meeting." he said. section advisor in the dorm-

I itories.At .

According to Hendrick, meet. the present time he is a Ford
Ing has been delayed because he i Foundation Fellow and has won the
"doesn't know the schedules of Presidents Distinguished Acade-
committee members." Committee mic Achievement Award four
member Merle Dimbath, Pre- times.
sident of Students for Goldwater, i .. Committee's on which Gobe r has
has been slowed down by upcoming served Include: Faculty Relations

elections, he said. Committee, Welcome Week Com-

M w mittee, Food Service Committee,
A contribution--to the Kennedy DICK GOBER Freshman Forum Committee, and

Fund, a national monument, or .Gator Party cand- the Traffic ani Safety Survey Com
one of the late President's In- mittee.
CARLOS MONTOYA terestsIs being considered. An idate for Student Gov- According to Wilson the Gator

alternative, is to erect a monu- ernment vice president. Party was formed In an attemptto
.world famous Flamenco guitarist, will appear at the
ment or plaque on the UF campus represent a cross section with-
University Auditorium Saturday for two performances. in the university.

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2 The Florida Alligator i Wed. January 15,1964MARGARET
.- .- I News Briefs ---

Services Slated

Chinese Riot Grad Program Set Awards Held Back

For HousemotherMemorial

S The National TALLAHASSEE, (UPI) -
sA.M1 TAIPEI, FormosaUPIFifteenoverseas ) WASHINGTON (UPI) comp-
Services for Mrs. Chinese from Korea Science Foundation (NSF troller Ray E. Green said yes-

Margaret H. Thompson, 62SigmaNu drove to the Japanese Embassy in yesterday announced a multimillion terday that $3,498,000 in com-
fraternity housemother, who taxicabs yesterday and attackedIt -doll a r graduate traneeship petence awards will not be paid
died Sunday, will be held Jan. 19 with stones, breaking several program to speed output of to 8,745 public school teachers
windows. They also ransackedthe students with advanced engineering until mid-February when sales
Mrs. Thompson hadbeenhouse-
tax revenues take bounce
r a up-
flRfr s mother for Sigma Nu for the past building.The wards.
believed in
three years. Previous to comingto outbreak against Japan's was decisionto Leland J. Haworth, NSF Payment of the $400 per teacher
Gainesville she had resided in
Plant deport a would-be defector, director, announced the new pro- awards was authorized several
City.Survivors here on national weeks but release of the
Include Chou Hung-ching, to Communist gram at a symposium ago moneywas
a son, James
Chou engineering problems.The held up until yesterday. Officials -
China instead of Formosa.
Phillip Thompson, Plant City; a
cited a lack of funds.
the The
arrived in Peking yesterday,
sister, Mrs. Ben Turner, Plant
THOMPsON Peking Radio reported. NSF grants will be avail- legislature appropriated $2.8 mil-
City; an aunt, Mrs. Evelyn Williams -
Stones have been hurled at the able in the 1964-1965 academic lion, which was $698,000 shortof
Tampa, and a cousin,
I Japanese Embassy five times in year. In the first year the foun- needs.
Do laundry I Joe M. Mason, who is presently
your quarrels ov\..' Japan's increasingtrade dation plans to make about $6
student at the
while I a UF and a mem-
you shop ber of Sigma Nu. with Peking and over the million in grants to support some Plane Crash
The memorial services will be decision to return Chou to China. 1,200 students for graduate train-

attended housemothers and presidents However, yesterday was the first ing.
,Vx EPTpaN' sororities,their Invited guests ing.The The grants will provide stipendsfor Oakland, Calif., man purposely
and members of Sigma Nu. Chinese broke 17 panes in students and allowances to the crash-dived his light airplane Into -
two windows, smashed a glass doorat institutions they attend. The NSF a building on the Oklahoma
the entrance and wrecked the
YRC CancelsYoung will make grants this year pri- Baptist University campus yester-
telephone switchboard near the marily to Institutions capable of day and narrowly missing a classof

KoiNlU entrance. accommodating additional first- 40 students taking their final

Republican lot.Ib meeting Launching Pact year graduate students on a full- examination.The .
scheduled for Thursday a&; 'j time basis. man was killed. The high-
704 W Univ. Ave. been cancelled. patrol identified him
WASHINGTON (UPI) Canada way as Robert -
. and the United States yesterday Lawson, age 40 to 45, of
announced an agreement under Debaters Oakland Calif., a former OBU

which this country will launch student.No .
four Canadian satellites to study RecruitMembership one else was hurt.

the talkis the ionosphere.In .
addition, the United States Housing Meet SetA
will launch an Explorer satelliteof in the UF Debating
its own to supplement experi- Club is open to all UF students, public meeting on "A Balan-
about ments aboard the Canadianspacecraft. Howard Glicken, director of publicity ced Housing Program in a Com-
The launches will be madeat said. munity" will be held tonight at
Intervals between 1965 and 1970. Specific tournaments will 8 in the East Courtroom of the
Research laboratories in the be held this trimester for students Court House in Gainesville.

United Kingdom and other coun- with no previous experience. Club Howard Tompkins, district dir-
tries will be invited to participatein meetings are held Tuesday even- ector for the Federal Housing Au-
the program to be called ISIS ings at 8 in 331 Tigert Hall. thority in Jacksonville, will give
for "international satellites for The following tournaments have the principal address explainingthe
ionospheric studies." been planned away from campusfor resources available to a com-
this trimester: Harvard Uni- munity and outlining ways in which
versity and William and Mary basic housing needs can be met.A .
GOSSARD Go ContinentalGo College Jan. 29th-31st; Florida summary of results of a neighborhood -
State University, Feb. 28th-29th; housing survey near UF
Ruana Georgetown University, March will be given by B. C. Pafford,
TALK- 6th-7th; University of Pittsburg, Director of Environmental Health
March 13th-14th, and Tulane Uni- for the Alachua County Health De-
Sep Classified versity, March 27th-28th. partment.



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Wed.January 15,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3

ReligionWeek Draws aqiiS i

5 Top TheologiansFive


of the nation's outstanding sessions on the campus in addi- Seminary of America; Dr. NathanA.

theologians and philosophers will tion to making major addresses.Dr. Scott Jr., priest of the Epis- If-'
be at the UF Jan. 19-24 for a Fry is serving his second copal Church and associate pro-
concentrated Religion-in-Life term as chairman of the policy fessor of theology and literature
schedule of talks on the topic "A making Central Committee of the in the Divinity School of the Uni- BOOTS
World Comes of Age." World Council of Churches and versity of Chicago;Dr.Carl Mich-

chairman of its Executive Com- alson, professorofsystematic
Led by Dr. Franklin Clark Fry, mittee. theology at Drew University; and ;

president of the Lutheran Churchin Other speakers for the week Dr. Harmon R. Holcomb, _
America, the group will take include Dr. Max Arzt, vice chan- professor of the philosophy of
part In seminar and discussion cellor of the Jewish Theological religion at Colgate Rochester Divinity -

School.Dr. Arz' vill. keynote the opening HATS : : :_ -

session on Sunday night with an
address on "Religion Encountersa
Minister SpeaksOn New Age." His talk will be
held at 7:30 p.m. In the Univer-
sity Auditorium and is open to Y

Week's Theme"The the public.
The university-wide Religion-in SHIRTS
-Life convocation will be held

Monday at 10:55 a.m.In the Florida
world come of age cannotbe ing with an abstract speculation,"
Gymnasium with Dr. Fry speakingon
perceived as a grownup world, the Rev. Neville said, "because
"Man In A World He Never
but rather as the individual per- what is our measuring stick?"
Made." He will also address a
ceives the world in and through the "On the other hand, the Resur- /
convocation luncheon at : .
self," Rev. William G. Neville, rection of Jesus Christ has become -
the Student Service Center on
Presbyterian university minister, the measuring stick for the _
"The Ecumenical Movement Today" -
said. coming of age of human-kind." 1

"We discuss a world of age simply Other major talks during the
The problems of "a world come because we have more physi- week include "The Vision of Man
of age" is the theme for Religion- cal power, material things and in Contemporary Literature" by

in-Life Week beginning Jan. 19. welfare programs, or even psy- Dr. Scott at 7:30 p.m. on Monday fto.[] 1
The Rev. Neville compared the chological Insights, he said. night; "How To Know the Hidden
world to an infant which, when it "These too shall pass, and this God" by Dr. M I c h a 1 son on
is born, is a being but does not is the perishable dimensionof Tuesday; and "Atheism Comes of
have a "self." life." Age" by Dr. Holcomb on Thurs-
"The growth and nourishment of day. These talks will be held in
an infant does not make it a self; Rev. Neville graduated from the University Auditorium at 7:30

only a large being. Presbyterian College in South p.m. and are open to the public. Gainesville
Carolina and has done graduate
Other special events Include a
"Self is only acheived with education work at Union Theological Sem- faculty Religion-ln-Life concert

and relationship of man inary in Richmond Va. Wednesday night and a play by Stockman
He is a chaplain in the Army
to man, the Rev. Neville said. humanities professor Dr.
"Man science has Reserve and has been at Presby- -
through A.D. Graeffe "The People Vs. Co.
terian Center since 1961. Supply
pushed back the limits of space Socrates" on Friday night. Both
and made great strides in creating events will be held in the Uni- Market
the Gainesville Livestock
machines to work for him. Students Meet versity Auditorium beginning at At

"With all of man's creating,the 8:15 each night and are open to 5001 N.W. 13th St.
world is still an infant. the public.
For GoldwaterThe
"A world come of age is deal-

Students for Goldwater, in
Lyceum SetsDeadline
their meeting tomorrow night,will
be electing officers for the Winter
Trimester. Students interested in

joining may attend.
Students running for Lyceum Official business will begin at

Council president, vice presidentand 7:30 in the LawSchoolAuditorium, lne.
member positions must sub- but dues will be collected at 7.
mit lists of qualifications to the No member may run for office 104 W. University Ave.
council in the Music Building by or vote until this trimester's dues STATIONERY STORE

norfi Thursday. are paid, official said. .


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A Diet Of FairnessThe '1

a NAf4'
Communist did it again! n
CRisis :
Once more, the alabaster complexion of American foreign policy
has been smeared by the underhanded subversion of Latin American
For years, Americans have ued phrases such as these to defend n
almost every kind of foreign policy setback from Mexico to Nigeria.The .
tragedy is that these statements are too often taken at face value
without the search for the underlying real issue.It .
is our hope that such will not be the case with the riots in Panama.
The real trouble started in Panama before most Americans had ever 0 '
heard of the "Reds", and Indeed even before there was a Panama.In \ ,
1903, facing signs of trouble from Columbia, we responded by I
fomenting a revolt protected by American troops and immediately ::1 ;
signed an agreement with the new nation to dig and control the canal. rJ3J?
Thus it might be said that we created Panama for much the same reason
that Dr. Frankenstein created his robot. We fed our new creation on C i
nationalism, rent payments and inequality.
Unfortunately, Panamanians took us seriously, and began to believe 1
they WERE a soverign nation. As years passed, and regimes changed, 1
there has been a growing tenseness among the people. Inequities in
pay for equal work done by Panamanians and Americans, open discrimination ;
against the dark skinned "natives", and the arbitrary
fixing of rates by our government contributed immeasurable to this LETTERSGive
tenseness; and the 1959 riots began an era of unrest that we have been Them
content to control rather than aleviate.
The events of the last few weeks have proved that even our ability : sidential areas, the zone police lion and be heard. It is even more
to effectively control is being strained. After living in the Canal Zone refused to allow the mob, literally unfortunate that the United States I

Now ihat the Panamanian cauldron has bubbled down to a simmer, for seventeen years, my first reaction to enter the Canal Zone.It Government jumps.
it is hoped that the real issues will be investigated rather than the to the news of another pip- was at that time there arose Richard H. Morris 4EG
traditional witch hunt for the "Communist agitators" who fanned squeek country literally giving the first open conflict directed a- I
the flame once it started. Uncle Sam the proverbial finger gainst the U.S. Government.
Some of the proposals under consideration should include the re- was disgust. After further con- Apparently, Panamanian: poli- RepresentedEDITOR II I
affirmation of the fact that we consider Panama a soverign nation and sideration and some recall it remains ticians realized their advantageover I
subsequently treat them with the dignity one nation deserves from the same -- pure disgust. the State Department at that : }
another and a serious evaluation of the payments for the use of the time and began immediately to Mr. Kiefer In his letter today is I
canal. But even more important would be a program designed to teach press for Panama's control of the letting a couple of poorly worded <
However, in this case my feelingis
the American Panamanian employees of the canal zone to live and Panama Canal. newspaper articles stampede his i r
directed toward both Panama and
work together in a spirit of equality and mutual respect.As Their first step was to fly the judgement. (
every U.s. State Department for
long as there are weaknesses in our foriegn policy, there will Panamanian flag in the Canal Zone. I can understand his dislike of
as far back as I can remember.The .
be someone to take advantage of them. Whether it is "Red subter- Naturally, the 36,000 Americans the way he thinks Student Govern- :
fuge" or internal dictatorship that probes the chinks In our armor in the zone were indignant and, ment is run; I used to feel the )
makes little difference; we can combat the foe only after the chinks treaty over control of the having a national allegiance to the same way. However, in the last t
have been filled. Canal Zone has been revised several U.S., protested to everyone they seven or eight months I have come J'
So possibly after we have fed our creation diet of fairness and times since Its 1903 draft possbily could. However, Pre- to know and respect many people
respect, we may cease fearing its return to haunt us in the world and each time the U.S. has given sident Eisenhower in 1960, after an working In Student Governmeit. cIt
press. some Panamians more con- almost unanimous vote against it is my observation that those
W.C.N. sessions. I say some Panamians in Congress ordered the Panamanian students, fraternity or independent
because only a few benefit in any flag flown next to the U.s. flag who are willing to work
way whatsoever. Panama, although everywhere In the zone. have a voice in the affairs of their
They Can Be ForgottenEDITOR very slowly changing, has been a Since that time the politicans party and Student Government. I ]
country where the rich get richer have kept a steady pressure on happen to know that the Indepen- (
and the poor poorer, and all the the U.S. for control of the canal. dents who work with 1
: lence and fascination of a circus, red tape and attached strings the This latest incident, that of A- had a very strong voice In the
Of the hundreds of movies shownin as it was portrayed. Rather than U.S. could apply hasn't been able merican students raising the U.s. selection of candidates. The so-
Gainesville last year, only two being inadequate it was completeand to change this situation. The State flag in the U.S. governed Canal called "small" meetings at which 1
rated a Federman "A", "Sundaysand nearly perfect. Department policy for years has Zone In front of their high school, these candidates were chosen were j
Cybelle" and "Divorce Italian There are many other films that been to try and buy friendship In and an attempt by Panamanian attended by about sixty people. t
Style", with two others copping deserve highest recognition. The Latin America; the motto seemsto students to raise theirs on the The meetings were held at soror-
"almost" awards, "8 1/2" and misunderstood "L-shaped Room"was have been "Give them anything, same flagpole, has once again given ity and fraternity houses because
"Irma La Douce".Ignoring the fact a powerful and pertinent state so they'll stay pacified." Unfor- these power-hungry politicians, in those are the only convenient locations -
that Federman probably didn't see ment of love In our time. As for tunately, just as a blackmailer demands their election year, fuel for more for meetings of that size.I .
all the movies last year, It is attacking society (one of Mr. F's more and more, so too has pressure.No would suggest that people who j
still unforgivable that he should favorites) nothing could beat "The Panama. matter what the outcome of complain that there is not enough j
refuse his graces to so many excellent Loneliness of the Long "Distance The present Issue, outright con- this present "crisis," it has beenan independent participation In stu-
films. This is especiallytrue Runner". Its blatancy was tempered trol of the canal, had its Igniting unfortunate situation. It is unfortunate dent politics get out and partici-
since two other movies, whichhe by beautiful technique Iff act- spark in November 1959.Stemmingfrom that the smaller mouse pate themselves.
didn't see, he rated superiorto ing, photography, and music. their imaginative minds, the sized countries can roar like a Donald Albury, 4AS
all. "Phaedra" also deserves praisefor students at first and later the hoodlums ter.
Of his choices, "Cybelle" and its music, as well as acting, : (after the students got tired
"Divorce" certainly deserve photography, direction, and con- and went home to mama) soughtto The Florida AlligatorServed
praise. "Divorce" gets it. but tent.Two raise their flag In the American
"Cybelle" is ravaged by Mr. F.'s more psychological movies populated Canal Zone as an asser-
interpretation. It is not a defenseof also easily merit praise, "David tion and expression of Panama's by United Press International
intuition and feeling, but a plea and Lisa" (certainly the greatest titular soverignty, as expressly
for understanding, the hero IS a American movie shown last year) stated in the 1903 treaty. They Editor ..... ....... .. .... .... ... .... .. .. .... .... Walker Lundy
neurotic who is keeping company and "This Sporting Life" (an sought to demonstrate by parading Managing Editor .. .......... ..... .... .... .. .. ..... .Bill Fuller
with Cybelle for security, psy- English case history, magnificently tbrough the Canal Zone in addition. Assistant Managing Editor .... ...... ... .. ........ ....John Askins
chiatrists are not unfeeling oafs, portrayed). Another English Naturally, in order to protect Canal Editorial Editor .. ...... ......... ........ .... .?Wayne Norfleet
despite their analytical profession; movie, "A Taste of Honey", deserves Zone residents from the thousandsof Sports Editor .... ... ...... .......... .... .... ....Dave BerkowitzWire
and Buddha is not "the serene mention for Tushingham's hoodlums parading through re- Editor .... .... .... .. .... ... .. ..... .. ...... ....BobThomas
man of nature." but more impor- acting and its humanistic theme. Feature Editoi .... .... .. .... .. ...... .... .. .. .Cynthia Tunstall
tantly he's passe. If Mr. F. had Since this makes a total of nine Laud: PraiseEDITOR Campus Living Editor ... .. .... ... .. ... .... ...judy Lynn Prince
asked any guys on campus what movies of supreme quality, one
their "heart's deepest desire" was more movie can be inserted to : Editorial Assistants. ...John Hancock, Ernie Lltz, Glenn Laney,
It wouldn't have been a beautifulman. round out a nice even ten. Since It appears that your reviewerwas Gall Sobering, Nancy Zimmet, Alan Campbell and' Betty Wendt.
comedies have been poor recently, dismayed, surprised and hurt Reporters..II Mike Power, Jim Castello: Phil Hevener, Joel Gaston,
"Irma" was at best fair movie, "The Raven" is worthy of mentionas to discover that a Doris Day movieis Douglas Molitor, Donlta Mathison, Sally Stock, Kathie Martin, Carol
and Wilder deserves absolutely no a marvelously funny one, par- a Dori s Day movie is a Doris Nobis, Ann Carter, Joe Kollln, Stan Kulp, Pam Pulley, Agnes Fowles,
credit for attacking our too-much- odying the horror movies which Day movie. He bled all over 13 Ronald Meserve, Bob DeLoaca, Fran Snider, Fred Lane, Kathrine
maligned society. "8 1/2", at the made its actors famous.As inches of Monday's Alligator. DUda, Jean Fagot, Judy Teich, George Rowe, Evan Engle, George
extreme opposite end, was one of several directors In recent Perhaps your headline writer Mims, Phil Geyer, Steve Vaughn, Don Federman, Becky Quinn,
the finest movies released last years have unequivocally demon- will be equally dismayed, sur- Larry Zimmerman, Arthur Weitzner, Jackie Cornelius, Pat Hogan,
year. Don't be ashamed to admit strated movies can be much more prised and hurt to discover on page Charnpr Powell and Mauwn Collins.;
you didn't understand it, even than entertaining, a rather neb- 475 of Webster's New Collegiate FLORIDA
iJ12! >LL1GATOR Is the of the
"Time" magazine refused to ulous euphemism. Mr. F. has demonstrated Dictionary: of official student newspaper
really review It. The resolutionthat that great movies CAN "Laud; v.t., 1. To praise, the months of and Is Published five times weekly except during
Mr. F. missed, was apoc- be forgotten. extol. ." FLORIDA May, June, and July, When a weekly Issue Is published.THE alV tlC. It exploded with the vio Bruce Korth, 4AS Robin Branch, 1UC United State ALLIGATOR Office is entered as second class matter at the
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Negro Drive OpensBy w ,i

PHIL HEVENER the chance to vote in the coming other such drives is that once they
Staff Writer elections. are finished all that's been done
is allowed to die. We want to

SGER president Rick Riven- follow this up by providing car
than 200 workers gatheredfor
More bark said, "We feel that this drive pools on election day to take the
a strategy session Monday will benefit the community in many voters to the polls."
night at the Mt. Carmel Churchas
ways. Besides providing a better
city and university organizations -
outlined plans for a voter opportunity to register and vote Mrs. L.V. Davis, of the Voters'League 4A
drive. we hope to open a means of per- told those present at Mon-
registration sonal contact between white and day night's meeting that of the approximately -
According to a spokesman for
Negro as a way of helping to 9,600 Negroes" in Ala-
the UF's Student Group For Equal "
relieve existing barriers. chua about
County only 3,400 are
(SG E R) of the
Rights purpose
Basic plans for the drive call registered. She added about one-
is to eli-
campaign every for teams of two or three peopleto third of those eligible to vote are
in Gainesville with
gible Negro f
canvas the Negro areas of residents of Gainesville and only
Gainesville to determine the number 1,200 to 1,500 are actually on the
Movie Log of registered unregisteredvoters. county rolls.Queried .
Areas of the city due IlL
FLORIDA -- Under The Yum Yum to be covered have been divided

Tree: 1, 3:03, 5:06, 7:09, and 9:12. into sections and precincts.Each on the position of the
Ends today. Starts Thursday team will cover an area SGER concerning the drive Riven-

Take Her, She's Mine. of several city blocks stopping at bark said, "The StudentGrouphasnever GETTING OUT I THE VOTE
GAINESVILLE DRIVE-IN Move all residences for such Informa- asked for help from outside ....,
Over, Darling: 7 and 10:13. The tion as how many voters are registered before but we feel that this driveis .is UF student Jim Harmeling, one of forty students

Young Swingers: 8:53. Through how many are eligible of tremendous importance to associated with the Student Group for Equal Rights, ina
Thursday.state vote, and how many voted in the the community as a whole and especially -
negro voter registration drive. Pictured from to
-- last For Life: 1:20: last election. to the university, and
3:47, 6:15, and 8:43. Today and David Sheehan, a faculty advisorto we'd appreciate the help of all right are Harmeling, Jerome Scott, John Dukes, Jr. ,

Thursday. SGER, said, "A fault with many Interested persons." and Annette Young.

,jj't: : : / : ,
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: 1960 HONDA 250 cc. Excellent SHANNON WOODS 2-V2 acre
Por' Sale condition. New battery and tires. homesltes just 4 miles west of

Turn signals, electric starting, Gaines. On paved road. Large
FOR SALE: 1963 Admiral Por- very reasonable. Call or see: shade trees. $2750 with easy
table stereo. Cost $160; sell $90. Steve room 3029 Hume. FR 6- terms. Call anytime. ERNEST

Also, scribner radio music 9234. (A-72-3t-c). TEW REALTY RALPH GLAESER WAYNE
Library books for piano. Cost -- Steve Kesterson Associates.FR
$85; Sell $45. Both ITEMS LIKE 6-6461. 2910 N.W. 13th St. (A-73
NEW. Call FR 6-5590 after 5 p.m. -5t-c).
sale. Very reasonable. Call
before 10 a.m. or after 9:30 p.m.
2-6278. (A-73-It-c). (Continued on Page )
Beautiful wall-to-wall carpeting, I

equipped kitchen, 2 car garage.
N.W. area convenient to Univer-
sity. Call 2-3522 Arnold Realty
Co. (A-72-5t-c). Specialty Shoppe

MILL ENDS -- HENDERSON'SMILL 311 N.W. 13th Street FR 2-1581 a tit
STORE, U.s. Hwy. 19 Cry-
stal River, Fla .. Only 1 hr. I. 41 1

15 min. from Univ. Literally TONS After Inventory x i .
BRICS. See the lovely colors

vallable for your home.IRREGULARS CLEARANCE
first quality items alSO. Our car-
pet ends are beautiful and about
three-fourths off. The finest bed-
spreads one-third off. Tel. 795- Fall & Winter StyleDRESSES

3399. (A-67-tf-c).

New homes in PINE FOREST. A G 0

few ready for immediate occu-
pancy. Gainesville's fastest grow- ONLY 60 LEFT AFTER

ing new home coummunity. VA, INVENTORYBLOUSES
FHA financing. Hugh Edwards Inc. FORCHRIST
N.E. 16th Ave. and 15th St. 2-1551.



BOLEX 16 mm rollload turret SLACKS at 1/3 to 50% OFF
movie camera. Normal and wide-

angle lenses. $100. Room 11, Florida -

Union. (A-lt-tf-p).

WEBCOR tape recorder with tapes
and mike. A-l condition. Bob Elli GA1.Nt.SVILLrHIGH. SCHOOL
son 811 North Hall. Phone FR 6- Also ReducedBUY AUDITORIUM \

9205. (A-71-3t-p).

1960 TAMPICO Trailer 55' x 10',
3 bedroom 1-1/2 bath centrallyAC ONE AT REGULAR PRICE AND GET

and heat. Must sacrifice. No ANOTHER ONE OF EQUAL VALUE .
equity take up payments. Call

Archer 495-2445. (A-71-5t-c). FREE JAN. 13-18

wheels, enormous front basket,
pretty gooJ shape, Room 11, No Exchange --------------No Refunds

Florida Union. (A-71-tf-c).


Radio, Hot-plate, and Electric 7:30: NIGHTLY
Broiler. Call FR 2-2880 or see

Apt. 6, 405 N.E. 5th Avenue. (to.) ,
q3eMles I
,. ,
:"''- 'N,,, e
CHINCHILLA. Live, about 8
months old, $10. Nana FR 2-5091,
after 3 p.m. (A-73-3t-c).


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LETS BRING THE SOUTH AMERICAN ,,j ILo I, :,"!o_" I, ,&." ,..J3\Q.. \' 11 0 u':;..."' ; ':S tyJ; .S: I :, TT1TMALE: : : ; : 1" 1962 AUSTIN HEALEY 3000 MK

LOOK TO U.O.F. RUANA: __ c II, Black and red racing stripes,
blue interior.Wire wheels,heater,
The South American cape ideal WILL THE GIRL WHO PICKEDUP STUDENT WIFE experienced nur- students -- 2 rooms, fur- road lights. Reasonably priced.
for campus wear Can be seen and A NAVY BLUE size 3 Debutog sery school assistant and motherto nished. Motel type unit. Private Call Mike 2-9490. (G-70-tf-c).
ordered at Camllles 116 S.W. trench coat at the Kappa Sig. care for young child of working entrance. 2 blocks from Main Library -

6th 2 blocks from campus. 6- House Sat. 11th Please contact mother. Please call 69729. (M- extending 19th St.N.W.some 1959 MGA red, new tires clutch
1483. (A-71-6t-p). Ann Hankins 3018 Rawlings Hall. 71-3t-c). units have refrigerators, air-con sliding, side curtains, radio and

I have your black one.(L-72-3t-c). ditioning, reasonable University heater, needs some work. Sacri-

20' Cruiser and trailer. Sleeps I Can Help YOU make money. approved 6.6494.B-72.3t-c). fice for best offer over $275. Call
Income tax returns prepared. Experience Olson at 2-9363 or 29437.
3. Depth sounder, upholstered I Jte: p, ""'anted with internal revence (Pete G-70-3t-c).
cushions thru out. Two 40 HP service computer center. Boyd APARTMENT: FURNISHED, spa-

engines, top lines, anchor, extra Bryson 1237 S.W. 2nd Ave. Phone cious, quiet, walking distance to AUTOMATIC trans-
1957 FORD
seats, life perserves. Other ac- 2-9307. (M-73.3t-c). campus. $90/mo. for a couple or and heater.
Radio Many
cessories. $2250. FR 23357. (A- Combination OFFSET LETTER $35 each 3 single men. Apply 116 mission.
PRESS print shop needs part time 16th B-71-3t-c new parts. $250. Bushman929
G-73-3t-c .
help with some experience in S.W. 13th St. 63649. ( )
SERVICE. Tubes checked free.
I HEELS put on in 5 mfnuM camera and stripping department.Also Free Estimates. Next to Florida NEW air cond. furnished and bath
SOLES put on inS, minutes 'needs linotype operator, Bookstore parking lot. 1627 N.W. on balcony. Kitchen dinette, and 1961, CHEVY IMPALA 2drhardtop -
makeup or klugr operator, central a utomatic, radio, power
floor. Colorful
living room on main -
1st Ave. Phone FR 27326. (M-
MODERN SHOE Fla printing 1823 Hawthorn Road 67-MWF-c). full size appliances, washing brakes, power steering. See at
236-c Flavet III. Phone 2-6846
S-4321.E-74-5t-c). Walkto
REPAIR SHOP machines in each apartment.
cross from hf notional: SLEEP LEARNING, Hypnotism! university. Shown by resident after 6:00 p.m.$1500.G-73-3t-p).

records books manager. Apt.No.1,Campus Apts.
Tapes, ,equipment. 1957 BUICK SPECIAL convertible
STATE ]J details cata- 402 N.W. 18th St. FR 23357.
Astonishing strange
and brakes radio
B-71-5t-c Power steering ,
( )
ALFORD'STOWER log free! Sleep-Learning Research heater working. $450.00 NET call
Assn., Box 24-CP,
Ends Hans Grover. FR 2-0681 or FR6-
HOUSE ThursdayTHE Olympia, Wash. (M-59-10t-W-p). ROOMS FOR MEN -- 1 block to 3261 ext 2706. (G-73-3t-p).

"CHAMPION"halfpound campus. Central heat, air conditioning -

chopped utilities furnished. $35.
Per month. Double occupancy.Arnold -
'For' Bent 'Wanted: ;
STEAK 970 Realty Co.1219 W.UniversityAve. .
hashed potatoes,slaw VAN
COLONIAL MANOR, Sublease for
tomatoes, bread 8 mos. $115. Air cond.1216 N.W. SMALL, WELL FURNISHED air-
coffee GOGHRidiculously 2nd Ave. Phone 2-7334. (B-72- conditioned apartment for single
male. Location of no consequence.
"Good eatin', Pqdnertl Titled APARTMENT furnished air-con- Real' Estate Write box 22, Florida Alligator,

"LUST FOR LIFE" ditioned. Like a small home stating rent, approx. utilities. (C-
near campus. Also room in private 71-3t-c).
Kirk home with or without kitchen
DOUGLAS privileges. Home atmosphere. INVEST IN RENTAL PROPERTYUp
60410. (B-67-tf-c). -- to 30% NET return on actual
'Pops is a Anthony cash Invested in Apt. units. Low WANTED to buy-small used cycleor

QUINN DOUBLE ROOM for men. Private down payments. MANAGE apts. scooter $125 to spend. Mike
darling bathesalso -color- entrance. Private bath. $25 each. No effort to you. Phone 2-3522 Golden FR 2-9176. (C-71-3t-c).

Use of refrigerator. 327NW.15th Wayne Mason at Arnold Realty Co.
a s square q : 1 1:203:456:158:45 Terr. After 3:30p.m.B-73-4t-c). 1219 W. University Ave. (I72.5tors -

Can I help it t' WANTED--One girl to share

TONIGHT apartment with 2 others. Behind
if l Hovelandttieboijs Ii Norman* lall. Rent $40 a month.

SUBURBIA Call 2-5965 after 5 p.m. (C-72-
"Promises I Promises I at 7: 15 10:30
DRIVE -IN I THEATRE Plus Gina Lollobrigida -"Fast & Sexy"wv

mf 1J ,: WANTED--One girl to share apt

r as i e as with 3 others. Large apt., closeto
campus 915 S.W. 2nd Ave. FR
2-5644. $85 a month. (C-68-3t-c).

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WANTED: Clean dependable white
!i I woman to come to my home and

Mw 0 care for 9 month old girl from
< + ltr 1l ., 7:45 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. Monday-
: IAIt Friday. Must be good with child-

1 ren and if possible provide references -
lsHH No other duties involved
vj&mtf i % other than babysitting. Will pay
.', reasonable fee. Direct inquiresto
Q ;,9 lX w
\ : Mrs. Robert Zant Day Phone
told o FR 6-3261 Ext. 2576. Night: FR

SwaT. i 6-0944. (C-73-4t-c).

$aNDEJ \\
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a IGE ;i 0.o 1390 HOME OF THE BIG GUYS,
i when you are big you don't have
EIl ,:i to be "good". Dial 1390. (J-
ShE : 6I > 74-tf-c).
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\ PROMISES LANES! $ Experienced SAX -MAN is lookingfor
: t I
(':< ,'i- job with rock and roll band.

., '>\. Can also double on bass, guitar,
-;: Starring or drums. Call 6-9411 between

&::/ .; JAYNE. MANSFIELD MARIE McDONALD 6:00 p.m. and 12:00 p.m. Ask

t \ .< '. TOMMY NOONAN '<, .,. ADULTS for Larry. (F-74-3t-p).
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<1--\1' K ALLIGATOR I. ,, High Scoring Gator Frosh ,

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1"2 1

I i', SPORTS j; Own Four-Game Win StreakBy

tJ 1x. GLENN LANEY the ball into the big men for the Harry Winkler leads the scoring

.". ..._-, _..- ..., ........ Assistant Sports Editor freshman is Skip Higly. His 7.5 parade with a 21.7 average. lie

..._..._ .:.:.. .. II Freshman basketball coach average per game belies his importance has also scored the most pointsin
Jim to the team. Hustle And any one contest as he hit 27
McCachren thinks he has one of defensive ability are the little in the game against Jacksonville.
his best teams in the 14 yearshe guards; fortes.

has been at the UF. Higly has a lot to work withas Ed Mahoney is right behind
r yyiI The team is currently riding the four of the Baby Gators five Winkler with a 17.3 average, followed -
# crest of a four game winning starters are averaging in double closely by Gary McElroy at
streak. They have yet to lose, figures. 16.6.

State's freshman squad, the Col- I I

lege All-Stars, composed of ex-
Florida basketball players) Now Available at Rutherford's

ab 4 C, Chipola J.C., and most recentlythe

varsity.Jacksonville University junior University of Florida ..

The team blends acombination

of speed, height, and ball handling
a ce ability into a top scoring quintet.In .
their four games they have been CLASS RINGS
sailing along at better than a 87
points a game average. Their
best effort was their last outing
against Jacksonville as they
pushed 112 points through the
A f 3Ft cording to coach McCachrenthis r
i reka overall team balance is the .
main reason why the Baby Gatorsare
having such a fine season.
"This is what we are looking
for in a team," said McCachren.
"You can have all the height in
GATOR FROSH CAGERS the world, but if you don't have rF1

.Harry Winkler and Jeff Ramsey combine shooting the little man to get the ball into
I him it won't do "
ability and height to give the UF freshmen their go. The man in charge you of any working good.

Henderson Paces Team Scoring,

Just Ahead of Dick Tomlinson/

By STEVE VAUGHN latest auditing of Gator statistics playing this year has been red-
Sports Writer shows it's by this slight margin shirted and will have three seasonsof

Two-tentns of a point don't leave that guard Brooks Henderson leads eligibility left. ld' nod to 210 Brinell tempered rating.
Florida in scoring average after .
much room for comparison, but
i your jeweler why this is ,.
ten games of basketball.The Academic misfortunes caused important.
Court Makes
the exit of junior letterman Hoff
6-foot 2 junior is sportinga man's 6-foot 7, 235 pound frame.
Butts Return 20.7 average, just a tad better 'gahttd oRil e6&aI4bcfeS&
than teammate Dick Tomlinson's
With a 2-1 SEC record, elevenof i1"I.Jr"
20.5. Henderson also paces
MoneyATLANTA Florida's twelve remaining encounters ?
Florida with an 87 per cent free
conference affairs
are ,
and in total points
throw mark
(UPI) A federal beginning with Georgia here Fri- ;.
judge ruled Tuesday that former with 207.Other. day night.
| Georgia football coach Wally Butts 1:0.-. s:
double figure performersare
must give up all but $460,000 of The Gators will have the advantage o"LjI.b.
Tom Baxley (14.1)), and Mont tjwti2jlrlupI
record $3,060,000 libel awardor of meeting highly regardedSEC
Highly (11.4)
have his case tried again. powers Tennessee, Vander-
U.s. District Judge Lewis R. bilt, Kentucky, and Georgia Tech
Morgan said the amount of punitive Tomlinson, the team s "most in Gainesville. 103 WEST UNIVERSITY$ AVENUE

damages set by the jury which improved player," according to ..... ........ ,... .. -----
tried the Butts case was "grossly coach Norman Sloan, leads in field I
excessive" and must be reducedto goals at 89 and in field goal
avoid a new trial. percentage with an impressive FLORIDA UNION GALLERY
The 58.6 mark.
ex-coach and former Uni-
versity of Georgia athletic director -

sued the Saturday Even- The tall guys, naturally, have
ing Post for $10 million for an been the big rebounders. Dick
article the magazine published Peek, loftiest man in the South- PRINT SALESocial
about him.Morgan. eastern Conference at 6-feet 11,
in his ruling Tuesday, has claimed 108 rebounds, with
agreed the article "extremely center Highly running a close second -
defamatory," and left standing at 104."You've .
$60,000 in general damagesthat

the Jury awarded. got to remember that
But he said,the $3-million award Peek's only a sophomore,"
in punitive damage was excessive reminds Sloan, "and he's been
and that such awards must playing on a weak leg since Christ-
be kept within "reasonable mas."
bounds." he gave Butts the choiceof

agreeing to a $2.6 million reduction With almost one-half of the 22-
in this figure or having a game campaign history, Floridahas
new trial
rescheduled. registered a 7-3 overall mark.
Morgan gave Butts 20 days to
file in writing with the court
accep- "I've been very pleased with
ance of the reduction. He left "
the season .so far, Sloan said,
the $6 0,000 general damagesalone "particularly in light of losing<
figuring that this Is about Gary Keller and Bob Hoffman before -
|*hat Butts could have earned we got started."
ver a five-year period at his RoomFIRST

estimated salary prospects of
12,000 annually. He agreed that Keller, the 6-foot 9 sophomorefrom FLOOR SOUTHWEST WING
Wlcation of the grtlc1eserlously St. Petersburg, became sick
ripple the former before the first game. He's fully
pettinj chances. Job- recovered now, but instead of 19 P.M. January 13.17.


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1- State To Study Capital Punishment

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entitled vu ternatlves au case recommends' '
TALLAHASSEE .'la. UPI .. have always found vice mind that society is
\ ) predecessors John Crews, MacClenny,
certain amount of protection. doing away with the death penalty.The .
A state commission embarked on the duty of signing warrants for chairman.IT a

a study of capital punishment yes- execution of convicted murderersand DECIDED TO gather and assimilate ATTY. GEN. RICHARD ERVIN commission aked the parole
that Florida -
terday with a reminder from Gov. rapists very difficult, he expressed all Information bearingon told the commission commission to compile case his-

Farris Bryant that the "respon- the hope that whatever laws and experiences of other has been progressive In many tories on condemned criminals
sibility for letting criminal the commission least six ways by breaking molds of the past,
a go recommendation states and to hold at whose sentences have been
free can be as great as that of makes will be coupled with such public hearings over the state. with many reforms evolving from commuted, with particular reference -

depriving him of life." persuasive logic that the nextrov- Its next meeting will be some- the legislative process.
to their rehabilitation.
Bryant urged the legislative and ernor will "carry this particular time between Feb. 15 and March "I don't know whether I favor

lay members of the group to put burden a lot more easily." 1 at a location still to be selected.the capital punishment,"he said."You
aside personal convictions and The commission, created up the group also plans to visit must find what Is the modern and Most of the commission mem-

make as objectve a study as pos- 1963 Legislature to report to the the state prison and question prisoners best way of dealing with the pro- bers Indicated they have no fixed
opinion on the question, but all
sible. 1965 session, electedSen.Ed Pricejr. on death row awaiting ex-
Circuit Judge John A, H. Mur- conceded that it Is an issue fraught
RECALLING THAT he and his ., Bradenton, chairman and Rep. ecution.
Gainesville suggested the with strong emotionalism on both
phree, ,
Bryant, who appointed 7 of the
commission request a secret poll sides.
15 members of the commissiontold
of Judges, sheriffs, prosecutors,
the group that It must keepIn
mind tt t the object of the the bar and other organizations to
CASH get a "true picture" of the real
death penalty was not punishmentof
the individual but the maximum sentiment on the death penalty In PanamaContinued

good of society."I capital cases.Representative
will work not as crews cautionedthe
hope you
.J advocates for a cause but to objectively committee against gathering a ( from Page 1))

Marion FinanceFR develop for the state and preponderance of Infer nation from

individuals whose lives hang In criminologists, sociologists and cratic Leader Mike MansfieU

the balance some recommen- others who appear to favor doing Mont., said the first order of bus-

dations of whether capital punish- away with capital punishment. iness was to "end the fighting on

6-5333 Loans up to $600 222 W. Univ. Ave. ment is necessary to the pre- "We want to get both sides," both sides, resume diplomatic relations -
servation of mankind." he said, He also said the committee and get to the conference

He asked them to keep in the must give thought to the al- table."

[ Eagle Shirtmakers Proudly Announces ] Mansfield issued his statement

after President Johnson discussedthe

dispute with Democratic con-

NO. CALDWELL, N. J. MAN or a MISS LAUREN gressional White House leaders legislative at the weekly con-

ference. The President
also had

WINS COVETED AFFLERBACH FELLOWSHIP conferred into the early morningwith

Vance and Thomas C. Mann,

assistant Secretary of State for
what is possibly the world's record rumination over who won a color-naming competition Inter-American Affairs, who returned -
AFER from Panama Monday night.

have reached a decision. If you can remember that far back, more than a year ago we deplored -

the uninspired names given to colors (light green, dark blue, etc.) as well as the sheer flightsof House After said that in meeting a statement, the that White the

fancy that conveyed nothing at all (Kumquat Blossom Time, December Showers, Teaneck, etc.). United States could not allow the
security of the canal to be threat-

We asked your assistance in conjuring up new, evocative names for shirt colors, but names that ened. But it added that this country

also had some connection with reality; such as Whizzer White, Well Red, Navel Orange, and so on. looked forward of canal to problems a candid discussion with-

To make the enterprise more tempting we dangled a Grand Prize of a Traveling Afflerbach the Republic of Panama.

Fellowship: a glamorous weekend at Quakertown, Pa., our HQ (with a free sightseeing trip into Vance, at the news conferencedid

romantic Philadelphia), or a dozen Eagle Shirts. Additionally, there were 9 Stationary Afflerbachs agents not charge had touched that Castro-trained bff the latest

of 1 1/2 dozen Eagle Shirts offered as second prizes. Well, here it is: The winner is none other flare-up S.-Panamarelations.
Rather he accused the agents of

than either W. R. Goodwin of No. Caldwell, N. J, or Janet Lauren of New York, N. Y. They were moving in to exploit the situation.

so close, which is what held us up, that they both win the grand prize. Second prize winners will be

notified by mail. Congratulations, all Among the thousands and thousands of splendid names Classified

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submitted-some of which we shall surely use-were the following: .

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Forever Amber Profits Ecru Willis Mallt Passes Colored *aaaaa*_*aaaasr* aaaasn *ti east *_ 17' Cabin Cruiser for Sale See
Chat Aqua Coodclun Fawn Sweet Molly Maroon Rose at Linda Ann Court 4 mi. Southon
Freres Aqua Proud flesh Your Mauve Tokyo Rose I
Come Aure Rudolf Flesh AlterdrnnerMrnt Able's Irish Rose 441. (A-72-5t-p).
Sick Bay Too too solid Flesh Establish Mint Burnt Rust PLEASE DO NOT FILL IN
Edltollal Beige Another part 01 the U.S.Mint Guaranteed Rust GIRL'S ENGLISH BICYCLE. Good
Car Beige Forest Shot an Mist Implicit Rus. I THIS COUPON' condition with light and baskets.
Noblesse Belle Unforeseeable Mickey Moss Livery Sable
Shan franshlshco Fuchsia S F.B Moss Old Chinese Sage Call 6-0548. $25. (A-74-3t-p).
Beige Freudian Gilt Go EU'y on.the Polish Sauce Sage I TITHE only reason this coupon tS we are going to
Hole 01 Calcutta Barry Water Cold Mustard lock Sand 8' 35'
this into
Black Bydosls Cold Plastered Mustard page an easel card to sit on the counters
Junale Board Black Common Cold lupln'lizards Or that sell your choice of 1 acre lot with
Army Nary Sandy stores Eagle Shirts; and where this spaCe is we
MISS AII'er' Black IlICotten Cold SWISS Navy Hell Sapphire I lake privileges. Owner will clear
Strap Molasses Black Molly Berg Cold Uncommitted Holy Mackerel are going to have a Pad of entry blanks which People who land you choose, install well and
Fountain Blue Conquered Crape Neutral Sapphire buy shirts ( who
as opposed to people merely read ads like
Gabriel Blue Statutory Grape Gods little Ochre lawsy MIss Scarlet septic tank and electricity. All
Hull'Blue Gang Green MedlOchre Point Sienna I this and who at any rate have already I had a chance at included In total price of $3000.
St James Infirmary Keep Bucks County Wicked Ochre Hlho Silver color.naming) fill out with their color
Blue Green Strip Ochre Bipartisan Slate. may name entries. Excellent terms. Call 6-6461 Ernest -
Som thin,Blue lohtnGieen tappi0chr6 last Strlw FaIr is fair. Incidentally. this sort of effort tS called "mer- Tew Realty. 2910 N.W. 13th
Turn Bloc One Putt l Green Bllneemback Olive Outlllht Steel I because : St. (A-74-5t-c).
Elizabeth Barretbng Other Fellow'l Crass 1m Peach Eppy Tally chandising" Possibly t is intended to brighten the
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Cuban Agents Arrested In Panama Ain lIY eciet j!\ r IOu iancewis tund repflted to i esitlort I, 9n11 ltiat tie thought at sniper. ship up tenIP. lie "Jidl the hr hispiute'' I '', it i | i ' ..' jti.,i ij ttb I i4*,l s t' ijticiiinem, tjth, III tt, ibt .I' II h (4' ,pflt iiu;., I LL it ic inti LiIwdIl iii to4'Ishil K LL W 2 tILL t II~m iii d >,''lst.[s if ,tiue *c NIIHsk a p'th'idec WIn big rI''tLIL,*in I I' \\ \NI \. In t'lin. ;T iJ uitIet0 Riisk ,omruied t milber r I ''. .m 'n a i i benm Actoritmt to \ec the igeiits X\ F X\ I) Pil I .'i aS ne!. 'I I (Continued on Page 8) The Florida Alligator Vol. 56, No. 74 University of Florida, Goinesville Wed.,Jnury 15, 1964 -j Niontoya Due Saturday lby I AWIieM I /IMMI' HUMAN By IOmmfl()t .Iireieiint, ( Irins ]Montoya is the w, Hi's foreniost flmrnco guitarist. Cigrete Unlaful lsAShl ANDN Tex. Thr to smnrk ing anwl Smfiok tng ml mb. I of land City (jouicil din pas cid MindaIy Anl pr olubitijig th.' silt rig iretths withI tile 1 II 010 IOflthe i stdiinimously orin an i U! ISV Of Imunicpl liminits. The ordinice p ov ides a $1,000 n.e or three yeat s 1mprnlsonm entI for aniy per son caught with tlgazettes 0, smoking them. Mayor Don Pierson said he expects the ordinance to become effective Feb. 20. There were strong indications that if the ordinance was not passed as joke, it may have about the same effect. S.G. Johndroe Jr., city attorney of nearby Fort Worth, said East. laind residents can smoke all they want to without the fear of arrest. SMiiidei h, wil ia forni m ii I nivei st) Aiidiloti ,mr --nc .It 4, ot p.m., ig~tir .it 8:15 p.mi. T (kets ire $1 .56, on saue t the iIf(,rmition hOOth .icros from th' Slildet tink. FlmecoIs th, tolk mu~tSIC (if 5pai. iake ill folk ml1Ihl Iitats S s .1 release for h sic ht-mliilnT rmoli ns aid thi nigh thle .mirliIng I. x r ity v o the guiti st 5 rirtgti fliws sting vision, melincholy aslfdnlss, the vItalitv of I ire .md tim tragedy d1at0,' a Montoyj rirorci albumI Mmiitiyai legn ils 'arevr with an extraordi nary lhaidicap. HIs ilile, Hanion Montoya, also a renowned B a menlco guitarist, re fused to teach ('arlos because they werP relatives. But tarlos Mointoya came to Gypsy flamenco naturally. According to authorities, flamenco is unwritten, and must be in the blhod of the guitarist. Montoya, who has a Gypsy herntage, Is noted for hisuremarkably pure technique and Interpretation of the folklore of his people." Further, his style is noted by it's .fireworks and brilliant color,'' according to his album, "GI nts of Flam~enco." EVEN THE TREES ...Tuesday 22 degrees. morning, HAD FROZEN FINGERS when temperatures in Gainesville dropped to ai winter's low of No let-up in sight. (Staff photo by Johnston Photography.) FOR VICE-PRE SI DENT Gator U Picks By PHIL HEVENER Sta'f Writer 1)ick (jober, 26year-old 'airtfori. v01,I Wi, was .njounced yesterday afternoon a. the (Gatur Party' caiididlate fur the No. 2 slot on their ticket. An~ornice mewd of Got,,'r as mandidIatp for the vic presldeintial poY folhowi'd b7 about 48-hours tile rwWS Gober (of K en Kenined y's iinI.t non to rn f r the stud., wt body pres Idenicy. under lbh' fiAtoI Pa rty banner. Curt ently .candidate for Mayter' degree lit oI I cal sc it.nii', (,oibr h as mint uu intl di over -all 1.1 averag. luring the (Out se ,,ftis studies at the UF'. lie is .mnenitr of Phi Beta Lappa, rid th* Fhi Kappa Phi hoiwrarv frAternuhties as w.11 45 the Illi JFK Memorial Due A t UF Plans for the I' rniemorial to Jlohr f. Kenmedy will lw flnali.'ed within the week, Student Body P resdent Paul herndr irk said. No lelirite dIy Las 1en set for the nmeetmng." he said. According to liend~l r k, meet. Ing his been delayed because he "'doesn't know the schedules of committee members.' Committee member Med. Dimbath. Preof fami aiu Flor ia Ilu, Key. (co-rmntii ii Gotr's auzuouwncrd canididlacy, (Gator Party chlirmaun,itob Wilsn sid, "We ar" look lug for individuals qual iiid ii .11 phases oC Student Goverrimenl, .ind In Keisn'dy and (,ober we think we have two of the tewt possible na me,." Utber has held such pwsts a' Clerk of the honor Court here at the U! IUndcersecretary of Labhor, an'l his been a resident assistant and set thun advisor in the dormitories. At the present time he Is a Ford foundation Fellow dfnd has won the Presider s Distinguished At adeTill AchIevement Award four t m Os. -I S ined between the i nited In a statement ok aved by Johnson unate Demo-


IC IC lKjot Iin j\ Services Slated For Housemother II i ti ii [I, il h e i I t, r I ni ii[ I 'I or L EN 104 W U." Ave 'ILp i si Ii 'Ihi psn 'hIrI ii lrins 4i I 1 ]J1 Jl sent, Ioih vii~u liiI ajdr Soul! i's, Ihru oit ['] I i I is w'l II i'd1,_. L;IiiIe 5 YR Cancels Youo Rn~Fepuiblia. iii S 'jiluledi f'i benocle. i 'ii1 mit TIc .l u ii, te talk is about COCSARDn TALKChinese Riot I r I H1w1v, in mull i d I iil'issy Ii't hir[0 i ] i tlh ekin risii ovel the toretuir i ( hcoi to C 1,11a. y.ster ny wa. thi frst Th b iruse ibrok, I? pun4, iii two wti'kiws, sim ishdi lania at the iintran. o H writked Ih. telorphoni. kwitt hbtiui 'i' i h I enti ante Launching Pact and the Iinitel Statis yesterday auijoitijtd in Wtgrfeimlt Hiler which this rounitry will launch four Canadian ito lites to si udy the ioiiosphere. In addition, the Ilun ted Stateswill launch an Explorer satellite of its own to supplement experiments aboard the Canadian space-. craft. The launches willhe made at Intervals between 1965arid 1970. Research laboratories in the UnIted Kingdom and other countries will be invited to participate In the program to he tilled ISIS for "Inter natiinil satellites fi Ionospheric studies)' Go Continental Sep Classi fied Grad p rogram Set Awards Held BacK II 1 iL hi I! PJ'li 5! ,LrO I~\ ~ t'ilP I o 1 1 i i \ Il IC T pt',fl. iii iii' iirs! hFi[ trip (O lI itiliIn llS t} mllke ilioit $6 milhoiii gitits fti SIJPLp) i l>' lug. lb. K!.ints will prude stipetids COT siudents .md illowinies to the instituTiiri$ tht'v attend. Th. NS I nill rnikt giants thiye r pri-,ic'm nmOdItoig midditiuin.l lii st viii gi uhteljt stideiiis ii' .full Debaters Rec ruit Membership in the LIP IXbating I lob is open to ill LIF students, Fiowa rd U] icky n, di rec to rof pub!hsperufuc tournaments will hie held this trimester for students with no pre vuous experience. C lob meeting', di. held tuesday evenijigs at inm 331 Tigert Hall. Thle foll, winjg tcourrnarmnts hiav.' bf'Ci planniedC for this trim ye, sity ad ColeeJa State (Tiiver Ccei getown (Ath-7th; Urn Iaway Cromn estcr: Harv William a, shty, Feb. Iii cisity V verity of P Mai chi 13th-I 4th, arid Thi versty, March 27 tl-28th. aid Unk,td Mary 8th--29th; Ma ch itt',bhi, iiiIi n,peks ats b role.,sl ii ~ i hld ipunti ytil iy. I y tubl (itd(1 lick oIf funds. ii Utn wht wt %iIS.ho Plane Crash rishn-ivId his light Hu plr im. toa building orn the t)kl it.,,11 lIaptist University CamTpLI s,,c la ad nrroly misin a, In oh 40 shridents tikmng tleir lii uxami iitioii. The miai was kLIled. 'the h way patiul itit'itifed Fum us m [en I I awson, agm lC to is stdent. No one else was huu t. H ousing Meet A public meeting on ''A Evil itced Housing Program In I (ommuuity wil e heldtngt' $ Lf the East Courtio OO th Court House in Gainesville. howard Tompkims, dist rit rh U ettor for the. Federal Ilousimy ,Athority in .Tacksonivillt, will u the pricicipal address expliuiii thle resources available to a coinmunity and outlining ways iiwwtich basic housing needs car' be mii. A -simr ra esut o bxrbood housing survey lieu! I will he given by 1$. C. l'ufIiI, IDirectol ot En~vironnental Hlth for the Alachua County health p rtmflt. .4. K SN .S Foundations Shop2d Floor MARGARE T THOMPSON r V Do your cundry while you shop r /2 / / At NK K/ O Se I r i r 'T. I i p 'n' ir i 1111 1 \ A \ews BOUTS


Religion Week Draws Patrn GaoAvrtsr 5Top I p 1'1l ( (jrirs ''I \'.'' IVd tby DI. pte-,iciprt of nI Amnri. FI tiaklhi tleI' tithe Ih' ititli Ii i E Ii, ( lt i Kill t kW Theologians I 4J hIL rt' r lii PaIt i seitinl * Minister Sp On Week's *"Thiii wiorId omei itt47 b* perttcIii d As aI townuhp imt it' .I I 1i.0 si~ ~ *-k r, iiin, S ill h. xit,,+'t ii1 th i/ .* t e eaks Theme i nt t woild, but athe asthe imhviihutl pei iiest A/Il d i itiltthriighi thle self," Rev. WVinim U. kwvi h', lresb~ytte iln Umlvil siy rmnliiste, 'aId. The prnblvis of A9 world tomn of age"' is the them,' for itt!igitonin-life week ibeginnng Jan. 19. The Rev. Nevilip 'olnpalred the world to anl infant which, when it is born, is a belng but does lkt have a ''self." "The growth aldriourishmenlt of an Infant does riot makp it a self, only a largr being. 'Self is only arheivedl with ed. cat ion and relitto nship of mmn to mtan,'" lhe [v. Neville sid. 'Man through s 'ece ha pushed back the limits of ipare and made great strides In rtmRl miachiups to work for him. ''With all of mmns 'rotiting,t ii world iS ',ttll anl inilit. "'A world 001m' 01 igi is diilLycumSets Deadline Students I rlimig for C yettlnt councill pI e-rdeli, VI(C prt'Sidelt n enmber poksitions niist Wubmii lists of ;ualit tiot's to thr coui In thi Musit tuilohIJg by nodie Thuirsuiy iv MAC'S flhi Ie .N les tAL liii ,h "LiL l)ite ('tiet hand, te ret tb1n ol *L',IS (iiist h 00mw th. llitisui) ii stick conrliig of Igt if humn i itim eI' ,tttk lees, adi frr kilit "Wedistis. 'wilIid .ig.'sit ply be' muse we hi. moe phv I il p rwnr, mt.e iil things weliar,' puogy ami', or even ps lhwloglcaI insights, he said. '"These too shall pa55, ,nd II is the per I s jhale ditnensi of life." Rev. N e VI lie gradilated Ir I'rtesyteu jIln C oil e ge 'I So (arollnia tnd has d(1n1 grdu. work it Io j Th leohogtcal Set wnary it Rn hmltOl Va. lie is .4 (Ihaplin ii tile Au lReserve mud hasblen iit P rest Cer all ( cnte r mInt p 1961. Students ., Ia a i r ii leit. su a .o -hl s iiieo i i naI I n.I peMorMIa i{t Iti

eci Ito rials A I)ic I, Ii II i'JTi'~ ( CM .1 III1CNN .1a iT yI.Jis, A;,,. r ii ,,r1 i i4~l s ile'iI phll Iw 4. a 1 | .-~ Ilm 'P1e V kind rjt lot, Lull [i V ''oth,,u Is lu,-' \l'*''r' 1e l he r~eov i sth 's s st~ir'rrwlts inie tOO uiftii, I ikoniu i I a It cs u hI, that ui wiju l irirtel 'Y01 lwfiwith thr F' ,Y 5 I i i iat> I fnlr i fa ing sigiI. rut t!O~iubI hilm ( olcar~ i Ii, I 4;SIjiitiei h'. (i.1i10ilIeiiti .1I r 'rlf p'ot r'teii Ijy A iiier[r ii t I i jI ,Iiis ri ] rtliinediitli signedl a igr.(rh.Iut wiri li h l nw nI itilnui ; diig anti nmldei nl hi-, it riiiglit ha said that we'uii l Irteri immi'iiru til to btIn tetaiti,,, aondr rIih, l '9Its .iegin iat o n 'tt'.w aiba 'ii,' events of thi, last few weeks have piuivad that 'van nut ability to .fetaively control is being straitiad. Nuiw 'tat the Paaana .uliioti has lhubbIled udowni to sininmmer, it is Iiopnd that thu r eal issues will tbe Investigated rather than the triditioniti wItch hurt for Ihe '(oniuimst jgjtjtors" who fannedl the B amn ojice it started-. Somne of the proposals indeIr onsideration should include the reaflirmiation of the fart that we consider Panama a soverign nation and subsequently treat them with the dignity one nation deserves from .irothlnx and a serious evaluation of the payments for the use of the *aal hut even more important would be a prog, am designed to teach tha An iit ic an and Panamanian employees of the canal zone to live and woi k together In a spirit of equality and mutual respect. As long as there ate weaknesses ii our forlegn policy, there will be someone to take advantage of then. Whether it is ''Red subte r fuge'' oR Indc inal dh tatorshi p that p robes the chinks in our armor makes little difference; we can combat the foe only after the chinks have lieli filled. So possibly after we have fed our creation a diet of fairness and respect, we may (ease fearing its return to haunt us In the world press. W.CN. They Can Be Forgotten or thw hundreds of movies showli ini C .iesville last yeAr, only two M aed a Federman 'A'', ''Sundays and rybelle' and '' Livo rce Italian Style'', with two others copping 'almost'' awards, "'8 1/2"' and rmA La louce". Ignoring the fart that Federmanl probably didn't see all the movies last year, it Is still unforgivable that he should refuse his graces to so many excellent films. This is especially true sine two other moves, which he didn't see, he rated sup.ror to all. Of his choices, "'Cyibelle" and '[3)vorce" relt alnlv deserve praise. ''1)1vorce"' gets it hut "Cybelle"' lsi avaged by Mi. E .'5 interpretation. It is not a defense of intuition and feeling, but a plea for understanding, the hero ZS a neurotic who is keeping company with'Cybelle for security, psychiatrists are not unfeeling oafs, despite their analytical profession; and Buddha is not 'the serene man of nature.'' but more importantly be's passe. If Mr. F. had asked any guys on campus what their''heart's deepest desire~was it wouldn't have been a beautiful man. "lIra"' was at best a fair movie, and Wilder deserves absolutely no lenre and fascination of a cirrus, iS it Was portrayed. Rather than being inadequate it was complete and nearly perfect. There are many other films that deserve highest recognition. The misunderstood "'L-shaped Room' was powerful and pertinent statement of love in our time. As for attacking society (otne of Mr. F'S favorites) nothing could beat the loneliness of the long Distance Runner". Its blatancy was tempered by beautiful technique IffactHng, photography, and music,. SPthaedra" also deserves praise for its music, as well as acting, photographv, direction, and con-. tent. Two more psychological movies also easily merit praise, 'David and lisa" (certainly the greatest American movie shown last year) and 'This Sporting Life'' (All English case history, magnificent. ly portrayed). Another English movie, 'A Taste of Honey",deser~es mention for Tuslingham's acting and its humanistic theme. Since this makes a total of nie niovies of supreme qualIty, olie niore mo'ie can he inserted to round out a lice even ten. Since comedies ha'e been poor recently, 'The Raven'' is worth of mention as a marvelously funus one, par LETTERS Give 1)1 H k Aftei living in the ( anti /011' for seventeen years,* my first I Caction to the news of another pimsrjueek country literally gIVIn 1 LIncle S am the proverbial ii nge was disgust. After further con.sidleration and somie recall it remains the same -pure disgust. However, in this case my feeling is directed toward both panamaand every U.S. State Department for as far bark as I 'anl remember. The treaty over control of the Canal /one has been revised ,everal times since its 1903 draft and each time the 1U.S. has given some Paniamians more (Onsessions. I say sonic Panamliais bee ause only a few benefit in aiy way whatsoever. Paa., although very slowly changing, has been a country where the rich get richer and the poor po, rer, arid all the red tape and attached strings the U.S. could apply hasn't been~ able to change this situation. The State Department policy for years his been to try and buy friendship In l atin America; the motto seems to have been 1'Give therm anything, so they'll stay pacified.''I Unlortunately, just as a blackmailer denmands more and more, .so too has Panama. The present Issue, outright conrol of the canal, had its iginting spark iiiNovember1959. Stemming from their imaginative minds, he students at first and I ate r the h oi lurr s (after the stude its got Itredt and went homn. to mham a) sought to raise their fI ug Il the A me rican populated Canal /one as iii asserItion and express ion of PinsmIra titular sovereignty, as expressly stated in the 1903 treaty. They sought to denmonst rite by parading through the Cart! /one iinaddition. N at urily, inoruiec to pro tect Canal / one residents I rum the thous Inihs of hoodlums pau ad unh thongh re. L aud: Praise Et)ITOP: Appears than ti Io rewwer I was dismin ed, surprised tind h or to discemen that a DorIs IDas m'ie S Dorn Dai mo'ie is a Dois Them Anytt !4iei'ti Oru iu' the ihiahr molli 01>t ilt 'ic thi ijijI /onle. It wa, it (tat timii thi,'i nose the fist (JopJI qoilit ruietted a KaiiiSl the .S. (,i mm iim~t. Appareiltly, I',irim11T Ii.Li-i tirians t talizedl their idvantige over the State D)epartnmeit it that time antI ,vgai, immiediatuly to press for Pannym's no l of the Patiama C 1n11. Their first step was ti' fly the Punian flag~ inthet C at /,une. Natitrully, the 40,C(0 Aniiernaans ii the ,onie were indigrnant and, hiving a national allugianie to the U.S.,* p rotes ten to evil yi te they possbhI y cridld, Iiiwa yrei, P rasilent Eisenhower in 1960, alter iii .lmiot unanimous vote agonist it 0n (Ongress or ieredthie lPmamanian flag flown ntext to lhe .S. flag evm ywhiere iin the ,onie. Since that time the poltitiaiS have kapt a steady press lre Ofl the II.5. ((Jr control if the uinil. This latest incident, that of Amierirat students raising the U.S. flag In the II1.5. gove nedl Canal /ile ii' front of their high school, and iin ,attemnipt by Pan amau an students to raise theirs on the same flagpole, has once again given these power-hungry politicians, in their election yet, fuel for more pressure. No matter what the outcome of this present crisis,'' it has been all unfortunate situation. it is urfotuttnate that the smnille r mouse sued courti ics ciii roil like a E d or iing lioil mli he heard. II iuntoi tuiiate thit the (overinmen Ilifmps. Ijirhit d H I'' a u t'inipci *5 EDIT()lt Mr .Kiefer in his letter lcd n~ I letting a (ouph' of pitr| lei newAspaper articles statimpul ill judgement. I pa! ty intl Student Govenm cic happen to know that I he induep. tndents who work with V.0.'.J .ini! had .i very strong voice ii ih selection of rand idates. 1'ibi s called "small" mietiligs at whiih these candidates were chosen We attended by about sixty peupie The meetings were held att ,ii 0ity and fraternity houses her Ins those are the only convenient I''rations for meetings of that st/i. I would suggest that people d (omplamn that there is not einuog independent participation in dent politics get out and pin lT I pate themselves. Donald A hbury, IA> *. Walker I urli MT nagiiig Editrir .-.-.*.Bill E uller Assistant \lanaginig I 'Itcr *.,.,. .,.John Atkins I'ditutial Editor.,.,.Wayne Norfiett Sports Editor .,--.Dave Berkowit? \Wire Editor.,.,.*. BobThOfle F' itmie Lit -.---. ...Cynthia Tuist dLI Cin"'usliving lditor .** *.Judy LyflnPrinL(P Editorial .1Vistmnts.John Ilancock, Ernie Lltz, Glenn laney, Gail siheritng /lc immet, Alan C ampbell and Betty Welit. Peporters. Mike Power, Jim Castello, Phil Hevenier, Joel GaMtOf, Douglas Molitor, Donhta Mathison, Sally Stock, Katbie Martin, Carl Nohis, Ann Carter, Joe Kollin, Stan Kull, Pam Pulley, Agnes FOWIC', o4aA &E WT1 yovuE MADE?! --.--s -0 ;--. The Florida Alligator Served by Iniitd l'ress International o i ei i e i .e i .o


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LIGATOR High N GA TOR FROSH CAGERS .Harry Winkler and Jeff Ramsey combine ability and height to give th Henderson Ahead By STEVE VAUGHN Sports Writer Swo -tentnt of a point don't leive nuChInOm fir (011mpatisOl, llt Court Makes Butts Return Money &TLANTA (UJPI) A federal ludge ruled Tuesday that former (torgia football coach Willy Butts must give up all but $460,000 of his record $3,060,000 libel award C! have his case tried again. Ii.S. District Judge Lewis t. Morgan said the amount of punltnve damages set by the jury which tried the Butts cake was ''grossly The ex-coach asbd former Uni'ersity of Georgia athletic director sued the Saturday Evenig Post for $10 -million for an article the magazine published abcut him. Morgan, in his ruling Tuesday, agreed the article was "extremely defamatory,"' and left standing $60,000 in ge nera. damages that the jury awarded. But he said the $3-million awjrd in punitive damage was exCessive and that such awards must be kept within "reasonable bounds." he gave Butts the choice of agreeing to a $2.6 trillion reduction Ih this figure or having a flew trial rescheduled.' Morgan gave Butts 20 days to !e writing with the court accepshooting e UF freshmen their go. Paces le of Dick latest inditing of C itur StjtlatltS shows It's by this slight inlti n that gull ii lirookileide I son lants Flori mI SC mIlg tvI'rage if The 6-tnot 2 tlnt is sporting ih~d ie. mrntiit 1)1k TOmluh.SOiI' th[(w mriik and iin toil points with 207. ()thier Iouiblc flmme p ei flrmirs ire 'Tomi txltv (1 1.1), arnd 'Iorit T'orm insjn, the tar hI '' most i mpiOVed pityt r,"'it (lifriung to noatli Nornun Slown leads ii, field 58.6 niink. Thug till guys, natti, thy, Ilive been lhe big rebounders. DIm Peek, loftiest man ill the Southeastern conferencee at 6-feet Ii, has claimed 108 rebounds, with center Highly running a 'lose seCOnd( ii 1 04. "You've got to Peek's 0 rIyI reminds Sloan, playing on a weak ma." renmcmbet that Sophomoree" "urid lie's been leg slrl e ChrlstWith almost one-hal! of the 22game campaign history, Florida has registered i 7-3 overall mark. "I've been very pleased with amr Own By GLErNN A 1 Skn Scoring Gator Four Game LANEY rt do 1 I i t. 1 [ l ] 1 It a t~n i I t int s, 11[ 'i'i N~llhighI~i~ t ihtt I2ui 8 i] i KsI Illl s ti pl~shti 112o IL II S tJIIi ,tilli tist. tils FQI ll! t.fIII h hiiu I tben ed',I wy ilt Babye (,'ttirs pIne ivr ut iam tjiae st'eti lds isor wa whe ait losing ''Yuns ( i hiv nill le high ihn tuhedwrll I u|t yo dontg he liottlemai to getahMet ball 11 himi it wt o you l ood.'' The Uill mII th ge ofe work ino :Scoring, imlinson ICLyin Is yir a bi realsI~ire nd will Ilavlet'e seisous oF Ihglhility lf1. At idni I nIlsiortunes i.&ulwdi m C -loot 7 23, pounu firi,'e With a 2-I >1 C ritorri, elevi, lo iistwler-ndiii couitts .i Cre oif*'renic affairs, btLglinig with Georgia here Fri 'The~ (dt wil] hive the advahiluge if zietinig highly nc'gau, lo SIC powers lermessee, V lilde,-hilt, Kenitucky, aind (eorgiai Tech il (,uinesvnlle. FLORIDA '' p I,' LI I I ii F' Now } I|, LI 'i'h I' '''I [iii LI' Av aiable University Frosh Streak I eIt I i >ji] :i' at Rutherford's of Florida RINGS i 1 ; I' I. UNION i)' e ai~ t GALLERY .ty 44 ~2w4 cfewekes nda 703 WEST UUIVEflStTY AVENUE AL Win Just .1 I I 'll i l 11 1 r ''I il 1 ." l'a i e r a 9 .s S e nges


State To I, Study Capitol Punishment .111iIJ! liai If tiC,. ii ir lirrt Ill +.i P'u lyssi 'iv ij,' hIV tmi'imtir II [hO gi nup t. p1 make I~s CoiJeCCto sttifv ds Ias014SfC( Marion Finance FR 6-5333 Loans up to $600 22: a .1 ii bI hut .i ill lihe Im Iy .egis ii ot\ 'Li paut'ini tltSsiOn,. t,.atei tip latuin to rreprt U4 thu IIi esil, pl(ti Snr rI ri pe 2 W. Univ. Ave. Eagle NO. w S El rn 1knio j nlu I it i Im aum tillto l S si t, It. L' inlup 11,4, pI its t' visit tILF rwmheIs uf tht t tlmrmflion i tol:I thg' gI(Iup tlhaIt r must ke'ip li t t tt. At pot of thi CeAllh r~ialt5 W IS nOt p11u1Shilneit "I hop,. you w*ill work not ps fihollates jut i reuse but to ob-i jvtietw ilelup for the stt And ilulivithials whirs. lives luari iii lihi ,alanc some t 2e0Wmrnenlatiquns ni whelhet ( apital punishmielt I, neressaryv to thi pre s vat Jun Of ninkmnil.' II. uskitd them to keep ini the hirimakers Proudly CA LDWELL, N.YJ MAN An nounces or a NS COVETED AFFLERBACH MISS 4' r',is itl'~ I I. '[[I I''.' TI .iitrl mult best was ot ,jealiig wtih the pio( i ruit RItdge [chnt \.i. Mui phrice, C; i rn'sv ille. sugge sted the ol ilidges, ,herlffs, p31 secutors, thlt bar ,in.i ithur org.mniattons to get ,i "true piotui 4 of the real sentimelit con the ieth penialtv in i pitali .ISCS. Pepresertitive CI rCVwS catitlontd th~e uiiuittte Against RdthttrIng 'I roii;ti 'e of i"i"on"t"on" ron" 12rimiiolgit,, sociologists mnii oth.' I Swh4o ip'Ar to ravo' dIOiM( awav with capital ptirishmfleit. "V, wiint to gilt bth stiles,' hi said, iii ilso s.iid the ((,nnlttee miust give thought to the al] I L AUR EN FELLOWS HIP! A [TI Hwlia is possibly the worlds record ruminat ion over who won a color-naming comipel 1110n we have reached a decision. If you can remember that far hack, more than a year ago we deph 'red h e uninispirL'd names given U) colors (light green, dark blue, etc.) as well as the sheer Rlights oF F :n ta on veyed n n hinrg at all (K Imfl1 at Blossom Ti me, Decen er Showers, Tea neck. etc.) We .t ed y Hir a ssis5an1ce Im COtnjuirinrg up new, evocative namelis for shirt colors, biut names that ii si )ha d som )lConnCI) ii w~ ol it h reality; such as Whizzer White, Well Red, Navel Orange, and so Oil o make the enterprise more tempt ing we d anrgled a Grand Prize of a Tray ehn g A fflerbach ICeliflship glamnRrtous weekend at Quakertown, Pa., our IIQ (with a free sightseeing trip into rt)ml:IItsc Pladelphia), or a dozen E-agle Shirts Addluonalty, there were 1) Sta tionarv Atferhachs ol 1/2 dozein lagic Shirts offered as second prizes Well, here at is: The winner is none other tham eithe; W. R Goodwin of No Caildwell, N. .or Janet Lauren af New York, N Y.t They were wm close, winch is what held us up, that they both win the grand prize. Second prize winners will be 1 o lied by mail Congratulations, allt* Among the thousands and thousands of splendid names submitted -some of which w~e shall rrem AmbrJ u A ii,' NElirN'r ri nur~ Anler rnjck Strap Mci s laIa FoularBe St sine ifhirrl wire m A d ii n Brd om Son~esirdtfnut Brild anam ut Ru ., __. tiourtiiisolid Iesh Another part i the clfir e eale FNchs'd F r Ge,,n Gd Huido' Colul0 Ie Orei~ln Cr i Kep Ouch, Count, Green On me ut cOr er. Green turd n Ge My arotndei G',y~um Sweet Mull, Mirourr stiblsh Mini [I S Mint Mre~ Mim to F js Mo t Am No LUrrrmnrlilteiI Coil liteO Tappr Uhr un amchPu ConPlewter~upe Tkeed ut Plum I inious Pc surely useGlans~c Coloed Tokyo nos Hauryl ust Guaralerid Rn' 01, Chrrms ge Pn h Sarnt Hell spph i Hilt MAcker : S ap i D'hrr S'mer Nt .1w Ghadna EnJu JTan HCor Umbe teehoe dre the following. PLEASE DO NOT FILL IN T HIS COU PON!' T HE only reason this Coupon is here IS We are going ii' Make this page i an easel card to sit On the counters of stores that 'ell Eagle Shirts, and where till spiCe IS we are going to hay c a pad of ent n blanks w h i h people wvh"o buy shirts (ias opposed to people who mecrcly eat' ads like clis and who it an rate have already had a chaneat i cc'lor-num mnas till out with /Fr Color nlank entries Fairis air finideniully. this siri uif effort I jil ed me,chandisig. possibPt' because I is niended ti hbrighiten I he e~ es of the merchani who sells Eagle shirts [I ou din know who that might he in \ou m~ 11 4hex dior illh oti ought write Mss Aiferhach .\oii rmii use the coupon for ,ha, Cf xou like Dear \Mis Adlerhach F 4g11 Shirtmnakcrs Qukerow&n. Pa where s mn' nej rest FEagle Sh rt dealer i Pu'i how ahyut -fo colo flt u nersk Most of the tollm iiss ion m1m-tiers iniated they hive no fixed oneed th a t In ise fraught with Yr (ng emotionalism on both sides. (Continued from Page I) 'rateIc leier Mike MansfielL Mont., said the first oter of biusmes wa to 'end the fighting on .,oth sides, I 9Lsiumt dipitmrti P.iton ,i get to the ctlfr I die.e M estnld I si-dhss c,iernt altur l'resideit Johinison cl sclussed the lispite with [)enmocrttir cinU eS-'011 Icil 'edrs it the w-ekl Whi e Flottse legit lit, e ronfer erie. The Pr esidlent .tiso had cc"n'fered -it the early nicrn'jng with vance and Thomi~s C. M anti, assistant Sect etary of Stat, for Inter -American Affi s, who ri'turned front paiinia Moniday mght. Alter thit mititing, th. \4hite lnouse sad iii a stit emneit that the il""iep N"tis' ctl" ho"t al"tv* the Sec II! it if the citmal to lbe thriattiled. Rut it added ltii thisroujnity russ Psi of caxial p roblemis wth the Peptl'lic of P mama. V amye at the ews jutfer c cc d1(d rot charge th it (ash o-tirined Agemis tad o (io ed rif the latest flare-up mntl.S.-Fauna relations. Rather he icc used the agents of mov trg in to exploit the sit uji on. Classified (Continued from Poge 17 at on Cabin I ind a 441. (A Cruiser for Sale Anti Court 4 i,. -72-St-p). 6) -See South GIRI,'S ENGLISh BICYCLE. Good condition with light and baskets. Call 6-0548. $25. (A-74-3t-p). 8' by 3' HOUSEs yrour choice of iake privileges. land you choose, septic tank and included in tota Excellent terms. nest Tew Realty St. (A-74-St-c). TRAILER PLUS I acre lot with Owner will clear install well and electricity. All I price of $3000. Call 6-6461 Er.2910 N~w. 13th (;rcts lttr /' r a || | r 1 I rrit jli I 's i d 0 d