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No. 79 University of FloridaGainesville WednesdayJan.22, 1964


UF Gets$1,786,000In Bond Money I IP

.. .t>*' \, 11 New Apartment Houses

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A >.;,,;.vX':f., : .''" I V Cabinet grant of $1,786,000 worth of bondsto Flavet II and Schucht Villages
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j .; ..i':" t ..' .,' "".' construction of 11 apartment buildings, and a laundryand They are to replace the units that were
ift--' removed in Flavet I for construction of the Nuclear
,, /s *IM. J study building along south 13th Street between
.* *" ... f >' ** Science and the
... / : \; }3fe Building, ones

f ... WL.: 5 5. //J. i 5 :5 \ *\ GENESYS Plan Passes of that Flavet were II razed to make at the way south for enl the 1

"t ... .
r"r s4 ,'. .. ...'., J new Florida Union, UF Directorof
Housing H.C Riker said.

: "i" ,<(. Too Will Help UFCreator The 11 buildings will contain a

total of 208 apartments; half will
be one-bedroom apartments, and
c'r of the GENESYS
plan, the other half will be two bedroom.
f : approved yesterday by the Cabi- The community building, a locale
j i".p net, Dr. Thomas L. Martin, UF
for laundry and study, is a new
'" Engineering Dean, said, "It Is 1
r'iv feature to the married student
.:' the hope and belief of the Collegeof
village, Riker said.
Engineering that the
Anticipated time for construc-

... :..r "'.. ,i* ... -._. .t program Florida's will industrial be a major attractiveness. additionto tion is within the next several
months, Riker said. Advertise-
ments for construction bidding
He said the Installation on cam-
.on the dressing room wall welcome performers to pus exists for the primary purposeof should go out shortly, he added.

the UF's University Auditorium, home of many Lyceum making the university faculty The Cabinet i approved the
available to the students in east- Graduate Engineering Education
Council presentations.(Photo by Carolyn Johnston -
central Florida. System (GENESYS) and operationof

.) "An Important factor in the Florida Institute for Con-

spurring us to achieve a quick A tinuing University Studies

and rational solution has been the (FICUS).

Poor Facilities image which Florida is generatingwith Both program were approved

the federal government, par- by the Baord of Control at its

ticularly with the NASA (National last meeting and handed to the

Aeronautics and Space Adminis- Cabinet for its fast approval.

HinderLyceum tration)," Martin said. 1 There was almost no discussion

In a recent conference, Paul among the Cabinet members over

Percer, special assistant to the DR. THOMAS MARTINthe either of the programs. Board of

CAROL NOBIS Lectures Committee must okay any Director of the NASA Manned Control Director J. Broward Cul-
By Staff Writer extra fees charred to students. Spacecraft Center at Houston, NASA and Air Force require- pepper was asked to explain a

talked of a space crescent extending ments, were totally Inadequate. portion of the FICUS plan, thenit
Lyceum Council loses many The show didn't go on. from Corpus Christi,Tex. "This highlights the great Importance was approved.The .

concerts because of bureaucracy, Anderson said a proposal to to Cape Kennedy and encompassing to the State of Floridaof GENESYS plan was pro-

according to Ray Anderson, solve the committee problem could several NASA centers. Here demonstrating to the NASA and posed by Dr. Thomas Martin,dean
Lyceum business manager. to the Air Force that of the UF School
be made to give LYceum permission many thousands of people will be we Intendto of Engineering.
For instance, jazz sax player to charge limited amount employed and it Is vital to the Improve the educational situa- It was sparked by a legislativeact

Benny Goodman was passing for a limited number of c'ncerts. NASA to have close relations witha tion In the Cape Kennedy area," in 1963 directing extension of
through this area and offered to Martin said. the engineering school to the
Another Council problem is that major University for each,Mar-
play at the UF at reduced rates. of management, Anderson said. tin said. He added, "If so, then the Col- Kennedy area.

Because the Goodman concert Lyceum is astudent-runorganl- He suggested that the availability lege of Engineering will have fulfilled The program will establish a

would have been an extra show, zation at UF. Many other univer- of university programs with its classic responsibilityof central facility at or near the
,admission fees would have been the launch Operation Center at service to the state in the best Cape Kennedy Missile Test Center -

charged; The Public Functions and (Continued. on Page 2)SG's ) Cape. Kennedy. ...... .,., ,considering..,,, ....... .. ,both...,,,,,_.......,.. interests of the entire..... state. ",..,.. and two satellite centers near
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i .(! will be connected with a closed

t| circuit, talk-back television net-

n Food Service a'2.J 1| work which will in turn be connected -

I to the school Gainesville..

| Dr. John L. Hummer, currently -

Ii} t employed in private industryin
Report Delayed f
: California, was hired by the

Cabinet at a salary; of.$20,000
i! a year to head up the GENESYS
Unveiling of the long awaited Student Government (SG) Food Service w "" '
; program lie will go to work in
t!ij report was delayed yesterday, when a meeting between the SG committee June or July of this year.
sand: Food Service officials was postponed because Dean of Student Mf f
A.: |'Affairs Lester L. Hale was out of town. InternationalSupper

+ According to members of the SG investigation committee, the next

i'Ia'; j meeting between the committee and food service officials will be held Set

':,|next Tuesday at 3 p.m.

r: :J The report is expected to show what, if any, differences are to be
';.!'found in a comparison University FoodService and nearby off-campus Landscapes of Argentina and
Venezuela will be shown Thursdayat
: eating establishments.
nil Latin American Dr.
:I "We postponed the meeting until next week because of the absence supper.
Alvin Warnlck will present the
( .*of Dean Hale," Food Service Director Gay Welborn said. "He had ,
during his after-dinnertalk.
'jexpressed: a desire to meet with us, and we all thought he should be
Ensalada mlxta: and
r here.." y ar-
. roz (beans and rice) will be featured -
::i Chairman of the student group, Byron Groves, said, "We met with
on the menu. Dinner will
l Mr. Welborn and Mr. Elmore William, UF associate business manager, f }
be served at 6
); at a meeting this afternoon In which they expressed their willingness p.m. and tickets
i:, to work with us." F are available In Room 315 of the
Florida Union until
t He added, "Because Dean Hale was out of town and unable to meet 5 p.m. today.

;r with us, we have scheduled another meeting for next week." .. Prices are $1.25 for students and
$1.50 for others.
f Groves was accompanied at the meeting by Joe Marinelli, chairman UF FOOD SERVICE
; i This Is one of three suppers
of Men's Presidents Council.
.Student Government findings postponed. f { this trimester by the
.. .. _. __ ___ International
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2 The Florida Alligator WednesdayJan.22,1964 .."" 111f! .111 I ill! Jf.lWr:::::::

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!,. Political Roundup .


Gator Party V.O.T.E Pus

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a4 7 u Hits Dorms UnderwayGator

f -H #t t } Party presidential hope- V.O.T.E. Party's presidential

ful Ken Kennedy carried his cam- candidate Frank Harshaw said yes
paign for president of the student terday his campaign is movi
body into the mens' dorms last right along.

__ night. "We are in the process of gain
Party chairman Bob Wilson said through the dorms and meeting stu
111 Mr n< that in the last few days Kennedyhas dents. We've been talking to a loj
spoken to both groups and of people in the dorms, both merj
individuals in the men and and women."
womens' dorms" and the response He said he picked up sever
"has been terrific". suggestions from students for the<
Last night Kennedy swept party's platform which will be ou|
through the Hume area and will later in the week.
continue his hand-shaking tour of "Based on the opinions from thl
the dorms tonight. The Gator students we want to build a pro
Party's flag bearer, according to gram for next year."
Wilson, has made appearances at Harshaw said it was Importan]
fraternities and sororities for for the candidate to go out, mee]
campaign talks as well as speakingto students individually and hear wha]
foreign student groups and the they would like to see in student]
Circle K members. government.
Questioned about his party's "People are starting to think
progress on its platform, Wilson about the campaign and taking the!
said it will probably be released candidate's qualifications into con-|
"the last part of this week or slderation."
SHODDY FACILITIES FOR PERFORMERS the first part of next week. We're He said one of the main things!
I .like these cramped quarters with straight-backed chairs, are all that is availablefor paying particular attention to the students noticed in the past year!

quest performers in University Auditorium (Staff photo by Carolyn Johnston. ) platform, in an effort to offer real- was the price of Homecoming date)
istic programs designed to serve tickets.
the students." "This illustrates graphicallyhow I
Turning his attention to the Gator student government can cooperate -
I II Poll Will Be Taken LyceumContinued Party's publicity effort, Wilson in voicing student!
i said that in the last week to two opinion."

On Voluntary ROTC ( from Page 1)) weeks party workers have distributed "From reactions in the dorms,"
., three different sets of Harshaw said, "students want to I
- - -- -
I slties including Florida State University sheets with an "SOS signal" in see a Student Government (SG) |
An opinion poll on voluntary dent government and the adminis- have full or part-time pro- one form or another. of service to the individual stu-
ROTC will be taken in the upcoming tration about the ROTC question, fessional help, Anderson said.A "The first of these was printedin dent, not just to a small fractionof j
Student Government (SG) "It appears the UF will adopt the dot and dash method of the university community."
elections Feb. 6, to determine voluntary ROTC in the near professional manager would be Morse Code; the second had justan
whether or not students favor future," secretary of men's affairs in charge of details of ticket sales, SOS, and the third had SOS He said that students feel stu-
voluntary ROTC, SG Vice Byron Groves said. obtaining ushers, seeing about refreshments in three languages," Wilson said. dent government should be more [
President Frank lIarshaw said last According to a report given by scheduling and work- He said his party is leaning effective in undertaking projectsand
night at a Legislative Council Groves, Robert B. Mautz, vice Ing with concert groups, and solely on the qualifications of its goals that affect the campus |
meeting. president of academic affairs,said publicity.The slate of candidates and is asking at large.
Harshaw said the administration there will be no compulsory ROTCat Council could work with both for the support of the studentsin Harshaw said other V.O.T.E. |
feels that students do not the UF if the voluntary ROTC FSU and the Jacksonville Auditorium "welding an effective Student party candidates :ire going throughthe
want voluntary ROTC. This poll bill is passed by the House Com- to get reduced rates due Government. dorms.sound .
will settle the debate between stu- mittee on Armed Services. to reduced travel in this area.


buying your

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a v..a.h.....,,..t.o.

Somebody actually stole one.We .

were tickled pink to hear that somebody You con go farther in a VW than in any police If a diamond commands an inferior price it is
wanted a Volkswagen Station Wagon badly cor ((24 mpg is our average).
enough to go out and steal one. You have 21\ windows to spot anyone who's probably an inferior stone. That's why you shouldbe
Not long ago we couldn't give them away. tailing you. wary of so-called diamond "specials!' The best
So when Martin Carlson reported his loss to And it carries more last i1632 Ibs.I than the biggest .
way to buy a diamond is to first select a jeweleron
the police, we took it as a triumph. wagon ycu can steal.
In its own way, the VW Station Wogon. is one Unfortunately' the whole theory b'w' opart whom you can rely. Then you can select the
of the world's best getaway cars. \\hen Mr. Corlson found his VW abandoned n the
diamond of choice in confidence.
You can escape north or south of the border. very spot he had left it. your complete
IThe VW engine can't freeze up or boil over Maybe everyone isn't ready for it, after oil.
because it's cooled by aid) I\t: e't en crocks. Gainesville's Quality JewelerstJtar4o



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Wednesday,Jon.22, 1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3I

I Scott Hits American NovelistsModern

American novelists are professor of theology and "This narrowness makes for a he indicated.
guilty of a most unfruitful basis literature from the University of certain irony in current American Despite their technical brilliance -
for literature, UF Religion- Chicago, said."Those fiction." and moral seriousness they
in-Life participants were told who are committed The theme "keep your hands are concerned: with the self's own
Monday night."Without above all else to the self have off my soul" Is the simple and turbulence within a troubled world,
at least some analogyto rarely produced any memorable radical demand with which the Dr. Scott siad. Many of the more
the Christian faith in the entangled characters. The American novel world Is faced by almost all the prominent authors on the
and unpleasant circumstances over the past two decades is popu- figures In American literature of American scene were described as
of life, the writer has lated by pale and bloodless the contemporary period, he said. journeymen of a trade rather than
found nothing better than a queru- ghosts," Dr. Scott said in his The alienation from anything artists. on the social and political bar-
lous retreat into the self," Dr. speech, "The Vision of Man in resembling the Christian soul's "The artists are those writers riers -- those who situate the
Nathan A. Scott, Jr., associate Contemporary Literature." scope has carried a very great cost", who focus on the self at the Junc- problem of selfhood within the
ture where the self has a bearing larger problems," he said.



Dr. Michalson SpeaksOn

Ethics And FaithDr.


Carl Michalson speaks today Auditorium on "How to Know the
on "Ethics and Responsible Faith"at Hidden God."
a Religion In Life Week lie Is author five books,editor
luncht'Olat the Student Service of another, and translator of"The
Center. Reality of Faith," by Friedrich
Dr. Michalson is professor of Gogarten.Dr. .
systematic theology at Drew Uni Michalson is a memberof
versity. the American Theological Society -

Dorn In Minnesota In 1915, I>r. and numerous other organ-
li Michalson graduated from John izations and conferences.He .

F Fletcher College with a D.A.
in 1936, received a D.D. and an has held lectureships at
N'A M.A. from Drew University In seven other colleges and univer-
1939, and a Ph.D. In 1945 from sities besides UF.
,.. Yale University. Ills
LLI =- "" books Include "The Ration-
He Is an ordained elder in the ality of Faith," "Faith for Per-
Methodist Church.Dr. sonal Crises," "The Hinge of
.was the theme of a speech by Dr. Nathan Scott at a luncheon in the Student Michalson, a Religion-In History," "Japanese Contribu-

Service Center yesterday. Here Dr. Scott talks with members of the UF Religion also Life lecturer at UF last year, tions to Christian Theology," and
spoke night at University "The Witness of Kierkegaard."
Department. (Photo by Jim Nichols)

_u___ ____un__ _____

20th Century Man Needs Suggested Reading II I

I 'l'h.... .. .'".,.l1"n...........&.. rwn.tvv.Lnil". "'I '''v.w n -_ v"A.*.u' .inituaiauii.._.._,___, ......I..lie...._ .witnessof ...._ _
Hglon-in-Llfe Week visiting lecturers Kierkegaard,"
and also by Dietrich DonDietrich Bonhoeffer, "The Cost
Divine Friend'--Dr. FryDr. hoffer, from whose writing the of Discipleship," "Creation and
theme "A World Come of Age" Fall," "Letters and Papers from
was drawn, are available at the Prison," "Temptation."

Franklin Clark Fry, chairman never made only if he knows Who people in the lay vocations who library and certain bookstores FLORIDA BOOK STORE
of the central committee of made it and is strong enough to are proclaiming religion. Thisis as MAIN indicated LIBRARY: Max Arzt, "Justice and Mercy"
the World Council of Churches, rule it," he said. the undertow under the con- Carl Michalson, "Christianity
Max Arzt "Justice and
Mercy"Dietrich and the Existentialists "
told a UF Religion-in-Life audi- "Man is in danger of being centration on material things," Bonhoeffer (editor),
"Act and
"Faith for "
ence today that we are gradually dominated by the world he was Dr. Fry said. Being," "The Cost of Crises,
Discipleship "The Hinge of "
being ground into impersonalityby intended to rule. We need to pull ourselves erect and stand as ," "Creation and Fall,""Eth- History, "Japan-
ese Contributions
the machinery of the centuryin ''There is quick disillusionmentin we are measured and the powerto ics," "Letters and to Christian
do this must come from out- Theology, "The Rationality of
which we live. the three Utopias of modern from Prison." "
side -- from a Divine Friend,'' Faith, "The Witness of Kier-
at all-university life those of
Speaking an -- youth, n"w free- CAMPUS SHOP AND BOOKSTORE: kegaard."
said there dom and he said. .
convocation; Dr. Fry materialism. Creature
are three things which religion at comfort can only be an anesthetic "Our ancestors were not so I
its best can do to meet this pro- distracting man from the vital much better than we are, but they
blem.It questions of life to which he finds measured themselves against the MAC'S DriveinSPECIAL
can give substance to the himself returning in spite of him- foothills of today and we measure
faith which lives ourselves against the Himalayas.
by a man ; give
man a dimension by which to live; self."It is a curious paradox that Very few men alive have been
and let him know that he is a when many men are beginningto born to cope with what we see,"
factor in the creative process of disregard the church as becoming he said. ON
God, he said. hopelessly institutionalized -
"Man can live in a world he there is a growing group of PATRONIZE
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{;.1,A 10 TODAY a.m.: PRIVATE SESSION for Health Department 0f (; l.t't' Lcllr l l .' BARB

:ir: personnel by Dr. Carl Michalson. I 1\'lItlalllai
!?!: 12:10 p.m. LUNCHEON -- Dr. Michalson speaks at
Vi the Student Service Center on "Ethics and Responsible ,,, .
t1f':!: Faith." '"


lii@ 12:10 p.m. LUNCHEON -- Dr. Harmon Holcomb
speaks at the Student Service Center on "Doubt and
;1 Affirmation in Faith." $1.00
m 7:30 p.m. ADDRESS. Dr. Holcomb speaks in University
Auditorium on "Atheism Comes of Age."
it- 8:30 p.m. ;; 0

: 10 Lounge p.m.,DORMITORY Florida Union.DISCUSSION GROUPS. I BALE'S; 3 79 includes MAC'S Drive-ln

I t low price chain
8:15 p.m. PLAY -- "The People vs. Socrates," by
Dr. Didier Graeffe In University Auditorium. 1331 East University

a Z&? 8 f1 $ Mi w


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Page 4 The Florida Alligator WednesdayJan.22,1964 i THIS IS GoiMG Tc Be

cedi- c> x-ai.SLI.E A CLEAN CAMP/M6N...


Thorns Under The PetalsThe MESSAC

mind Is one of clear, piercing intellect, trained in the makingof

decisions under pressure. The face is one with a quick flashing 15\\: \ \

smile known millions of Americans. The
to speaking voice, composure, JVENTo'
and ability for knowledgeable persuasion are attributes Americanswere 5c "

granted.delighted to discover, after they had learned to take his couragefor \? ii

His stature as an officer, as a man, and as a symbol of American

pioneering spirit is unquestioned.But .

whether his heroism entitles him the honor of representing the

people of his state In the U.s. Senate, is a question that will have to

be decided by the people of Ohio. /A1UI/

The man is Col. John Glenn.

Some of his opponents have stated that the office of a U.S. Senator

should not be allowed to become a hero's pawn. Many of the state's dos!

professional politicians have made their initial stand for his opponentfor
( the Democratic nomination) Sen. Stephen M. Young, and claim

among their supporters, the famous Missourian, former President

Harry S. Truman.It ... -
Is interesting( to note that a United Press International (UPI

writer said Glenn was running "with apparent White House support,"

which means that Floridians may have to make a decision similarto

that of the Ohioan's, if Col. Glenn casts his eye towards the vice TIME TO PROP HIM UP AGAIN

There are undoubtedly many people endowed with the education and

ability necessary to make them a potentially valuable part of the gov- Theft
Attempted Rule
ernmental structure.But New

this is not enough.It w ....

takes votes to become elected and popularity to get votes.It .

Is clearly evident than Col. Glenn has a preponderence of the By BOB MOUNTS offense; but fails in the perpetration Think what this means. Apparently

latter and as soon as his retirement from the Marine Corps becomes Honor Court Justice thereof, or is Interrupted or all we could do before

f official (releasing him from his "bond of silence") we may judge from Last Thursday the Honor Court prevented in the execution of the if someone broke into our room

his s. eches just how well his qualifications stack up against his Justices rule same shall be guilty of stealing.' was kick him out. There has been
passed a new recommended -
opponents.For the Chancellor This rule which becomes ef- no legal recourse for us under
the past few years, Col. Glenn has enjoyed the rose bouquetof which make it an Honor Court fprtlve one (1)) week from the date the Honor System.

popularity now he'll have a chance to reach for the political thorns offense'to attempt a theft and be of publication plugs up an Important Law students like to tell jokingly
beneath them. W.C.N. loophole in the Honor of the time some years ago
interrupted or apprehended before
the theft is actually made. System definition of stealing.Until that a student was in this situa-

now, a student caught breaking and tion and the Honor Court staff
The provision reads as follows
5 CentsEditor's
Diplomas, 3g. "Whoever attempts to committhe entering another students dorm of that time proceeded to try him
room with the intent to make off for breaking and entering with the
( Note: This letter was sent to the librarian of the Journa- offense of stealing as defined Intent to commit a felony. The
with his wallet could not be con-
lism and Communications reading room. Because of a 5 cent fine, by Rules 3 (a) through 3 (f), and Honor Court has had no jurisdiction
victed of stealing unless he was
the author's diploma is being held up.) in such attempt does any act toward successful. of this kind and probably
the commission of such an
Dear Librarian: never will.

This letter Is being written in response to a post card that I LETTERS:
It Is also that we have
received from you on January 16th. According to your post card, rPeople
I still have the library's copy of Martin Mayer's book, Madison And Governments your reaction to this rule. The
time for comment outcry is now.
Avenue U.s.A. This book, according to your card, was due on
.& last fall when
You will remember
December 11, 1963.I .
would like to state that I do not have this book, and that I EDITOR: against the descendents of the the redefinition of cheating was
In rebuttal to Mr. Morris (Jan. canal passed that no one objected until
distinctly remember returning It on December 11th. I am sure building West Indian Negroes
15) and Mr. and Mrs. Pajak (Jan. who live in the Zone. the time for objection was passed.
that if .you will give a thorough check that you will find said bookin
your library. 16), we would like to add our own Without implying personal criticism This provision .will become effective -

This type of incident, I might add, has happened to me before observations to Mr. Rozman'sJan. of the three students one (1) week from Its pub-
( 17) very perceptive and accurate -
during the 1963! fall trimester, and concerned this same book. mentioned above, we suggest that lication in Tuesday's Alligator.
I had checked out a copy of Madison Avenue U.S.A. from the Journa- report on Canal Zone re- there are in the Canal Zone many The Honor Court Justices, as
sidents. The blame for the situa-
lism Communications Reading Room, and had returned it one people whose self-superior atti- elected representatives of the Stu-
tion fn Panama must be sharedby
day late of the due date. I gave a boy at the desk the book and tudes are not likely to endear dent Body, derive their authorityto

$.05. Within a period of a month after that, I had received three many individuals and by the them to the citizens of the country pass this act from Article IV,

post cards from you saying that owed $.05. After receiving each governments of the United States whose land they occupy. Section 408 (4)) of the Student Body
and Panama but
Zone residents -
post card, I went to the librarian and explained that I had returnedthe John and Arleen Kaufmann Constitution.
must bear a substantial
book and paid the fine. Still I kept receiving the cards. This,
part of the blame. We lived in
of course, was aggravating to me and costly to you. If I am correct,
the Canal Zone for
two years, Not 50 StatesEDITOR I
your mistakes cost you approximately $.15 in cards and, postage, not seventeen, but we think that
not including labor. This $.15 was spent to retrieve a $.05 fine
children who grew up in the Zone : fly America. If in America -
over we
that had already been paid. Multiply this by the number of times
are not necessarily qualified as the rights due to
per year that this error is committed with other students, and away
objective observers.In The Negro with his demand for people, If the American nation does
you have spent a lot of money that could be used elsewher more
constructively.Now civil rights, the unemployed witha not meet its duties and responsibilities -
the paternalistic atmosphereof desire for the kind of people
a job, low ins to these
I that this
am positive same problem exists now, and that
the Canal Zone, where Uncle come workers with a wish for a then they cannot be expected to
because of your error, my diploma is being held up. I would
Sam provides everything, where better Job, none of these groupsof support or be interested in defending -
the situation
appreciate your rectifying and allowing my diplomato '
follow me toTexas. private enterprise is virtually Americans are interested in the government of this Na

Harold M. Green non-existent, and where even private going back to nineteenth century tion. It does nothing for them!

property is limited (no one methods of solving complex social The real question is do we

owns his house or land), childrentoo problems. In this time of world want to destroy ourselves? If we

The Florida AlligatorServed often tend to be narrowminded and national tension and crisis, neglect our social problems by

and self-centered, with little self the need is for a strong central saying they should be on the state

discipline or respect for the rightsof government which national
by United Press International can seek the level then we invite
others. This is not our private solution to our problems. The disaster because a country withoutthe

i Editor ............. ... .... .. .. ............ ....... .Walker Lundy opinion, but the opinion of Canal most Irresponsible thing the resiliency to accomotiate all

Managing Editor ..... ... .......... ..... .. .... ... .. ..Dill Fuller Zone parents who reported to us United States could do would be to of its people and their problems

Assistant Managing Editor. .... ... .. ...... .... .......John Askins their concern over what they saw elect Barry Goldwater presidentof will end up in the old governments

Editorial Editor ..... ......... .. .. .... .. .... .... .Wayne Norfleet in their own children and in thoseof the United States. In spite of graveyard along with the Roman

Sports Editor ..... ... .... .......... ....... .....Dave Berkowitz their neighbors. The same unfortunate the fact that the national govern- Empire, the Ancient Greeks and

Wire Editor .. ..... ... ....... .............. ....... .Bob Thomas traits are also evidentin ment has grown because of his- the Persians.

Feature Editor .............. ... ... ... .... ...Cynthia Tunstall too many of the adult residentsof toric demands place upon it, Sen- This is not a land of 50 states,

Campus Living Editor ......... .. ...... .... ...Judy Lynn Prince the Zone. Many of them scarcely ator Goldwater implies in all that the 50 states make a united nationof
Editorial Assistants..John Hancock, Ernie Litz, Glenn Laney, venture across the street out he says that this country should the United States of America.The .

Gail Sobering, Nancy Zimmet, Alan Campbell, Betty Wendt, and of the Americanized Zone, and abandon the trend toward a strong, government of this Nation is

Betsy Garrison.Reporters..Mike. they are openly contemptuous of responsible national government. a government of all the peopleto
the "foreigners" on whose soil It is evident that there solve) all the problems of the
Power, Jim Castello, Phil Hevener, Joel Gaston, are times
Douglas Molitor, Donita Mathison, Sally Stock, Kathie Martin, Carol they live. Fortunately, many in our history when certain poli- people. For the American peopleto

Nobis, Ann Carter, Joe Kollln, Pam Pulley, Agnes Fowles, Ronald zonlans are not like this, but the tical philosophies won't work to elect a man president who says

Meserve, Bob DeLoach, Fran Snider, Fred Lane, Kathrine Duda, ones who are give all the others solve social problems. Herbert he will remove the power of
.and all of us -- a bad name. Hoover was the and
Jean Fagot, Judy Teich, Evan Engle, George Mlms, Phil Geyer, conservative government from Washington
Steve Vaughn, Don Federman, Becky Quinn Larry Zimmerman, down to the last minute in office. send it back to the 50 states wouldbe

Jackie Cornelius, Pat Hogan, Charner Powell, Patti Pitz, Gary Senator Goldwater's statementsthat to dilute our unity and strengthas

Williams, Don Davis, Terry Rogers, and Sue Haugsted. In addition, U. S. government our complex .oclal problems a Nation. Only chaos would
sponsored Jim Crow-ism in the should be handled by states result.It .

THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaper of Zone has undoubtedly contributedto rights .. 50 different ways whenwe is logical to assume that ,

the University of Florida and is published five times weekly except the ill feelings against American need a stong national policy-- future generations of Americans I

during the months of May, June, and July, when a weekly issue is pub- citizens there.DiscriminationIs are exactly the kind of statements would correct our mistake. But

lished. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is entered as second class matterat a sad fact of life there, whether designed to fulfill Khruschev's why make the mistake?

the United State Post Office at Gainesville, Fla. directed against Panamanians or prophecy that a Soviet Hag will Wesley W. Roberts, Jr, 7ED

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Wednesday,Jan.22,1964 The Florida Alligator Pa ?'\ :


Stealing Canal From Uncle Sam Won't Help j j,

(Editor's Note: Because of his off the unused land before harvest and 11,000 more jobs, (if she takes of the homes and businesses of blems of Panama?There are many
position with the government, the time. If they clear out too much over the Canal) will not alleviatethe persons who are an asset to Pan- answers, and for some problems,
author of this letter asked that land, thereby increasing its value, basic problems.As ama is a new wrinkle. In 1959 perhaps no answer as yet. Steal-
his name be withheld.) they are run off by the legal for the communist Influence, the most vociferous students did ing the Canal from Uncle Sam won't
owners. it is pure idiocy to blame the not use high-poweredsniper riflesto help Panama one bit. As good
EDITOR: As for the population: the birth communists every time there is a kill Americans attempting to neighbors we should help Panama
The recent riots in Pan- rate remains high and the hated riot against the Americans In any restore law and order. Even the help herself, As a good neighbor
ama have aroused strong feelings "gringo" has caused the death country. However It is sheer most biased anti-American recog- Panama should employ statesman-
which range from self-righteous rate to decrease. He introducedpure stupidity to ignore the obvious. nizes that the shooting started ship, not mob violence to settle
condemnation of the people of Pan- water and collected garbageand The communists are a small well- from the vicinity of the Inter- differences.
ama, to wailing-wall confessionsof Installed a modern sewerage organized cell that exploits every national Hotel In the Republic, Name Withheld
these extremes. The United system In Panama. He also eradi- opportunity to further the alms of hitting soldiers well within the
States is not infallible, but neitheris cated malaria and yellow fever the Soviet Union by fomenting trou- Zone. There was a method to this
Panama. The fact that Panamais and dysentery, the three big ble and embarrassment for the madness: if the troop commandersused Please sign all
a small country does not makeit killers. As a result of the increasing United States. The comparison between machine guns to fire back, letters' Names
always right when it deals witha population, there aren't the "Boyd Riots" of 1959 Castro agents would smear this
larger one. enough jobs In Panama nor the and the 1964 debacle is Indicativeof "massacre" throughout Latin A- will be with-

The United States created Pan- Canal Zone (If the Canal Zone was their presence as mob leaders merica. At great risk to American held on request.We .
ama by intrigue and force. Dy run 100 per cent by Panamanians) For example, the homes and businesses lives, only anti-sniper rifle teams
1964 standards, Theodore Roose- to take care of this rising mass of long-time American were employed. The road leadsto reserve the

velt's actions are usually con- of eager workers. residents of the Republic were not Mexico City to Havana, where right to edit
sidered deplorable. In 1903 "gun Politically, Panama is run by touched in the many previous riots. money and training for the I letters for
boat diplomacy" was quite In the same families who own the These people are invariably pro- nationals of countries to be sub. space
vogue yet we paid Colombia"con- land. The laws are slanted for Panama In sentiment and the Pan- verted are found. This Is no secretIn reasons.

science money" for setting up their economic good, not for thr amanians know that they are Central America, only in -The Editors
Panama. mass of the people. Taxes are friends of Panama. The efficient Florida.Is .
. The treaty between Panama: and low on luxuries, Income tax is very and systematic burning and looting there any answer to the pro-
the United States was based upon low and rarely paid,but the staples ,.
1 the understanding that the United which the semi-starved people buyis
1 States would be given most scrupulously taxed. The only
favorable terms for building a outsider who ever became Pre-

canal, in return for assuring the sident of Panama was Jose Antonio U
sucess of the revolution"of Pan- Remon C. An honest man
ama. That Panama feels that her who rose from the ranks of the

representative, Bunau Varilla Guardia, he did such outlandish _
sold her short is regrettable. He things as requesting that the weal- :..
was her legal representative anda thy oligarchy pay up their delinquent ; 4.W

principal is responsible for the taxes, before they could get ...
acts of his agent. For the past vis s to travel abroad for plea- :
twenty years Panama has cried suit He was assassinated under

"rape", but one of the elements rathtr peculiar circumstances. ,
of proof of that crime is "fresh The ducational system of Pan- ,.,

complaint", and Panama waited ama r i_ obsolete. The principal
thirty years to discover she had products of their unaccredited uni-
been victimized. versity we soap-box lawyers.
Panama feels that her geo- Doctors, the second choice pro-
graphical location Is a natural resource fession, study abroad then return
and as such, she should home to flock to the City. They Tom Huck sought scientific excitementrj1L.Ji
receive a greater share of the are badly needed in the Interior,
profits. This sounds like a very but the pay is so much better in
reasonable point. However, she the City. There are no schools h
actually receives about half of the qualified to teach essential tech- ,

net profit.Mr. nical trades.Welders,machinists, s
Aquilino Boyd has been agitating pipefitters carpenters and
for years that Panama plumbers are needed In the Canal
should receive half of the gross operation, but the trained Pan-
profit. This is ridiculous. In 1957a amanian Invariably learned his

typical year, the Canal grossed trade as a lower paid apprenticein
50 million dollars. Operating expenses the zone.
and maintenance accountedfor The wage scale is constantly
47 million dollars. Of the net brought up as an American "actof

profit, 3 million dollars, Panama aggression" by Boyd and his H
received $1,490,000. If we gave henchmen. The American min-
Panama half of the gross profit, imum wage In the Canal is $1.25
it would cost the American tax- per hour;In the Republic It is about
payer 22 million dollars for the $0.50, but jobs are rffered and _
privilege of running the Canal;. grabbed up for $2.00 for eight
Mr. Boyd does not operate his hours of manual work. It is true
lucrative business at a loss! that the double standard of wages- 4 '___
The Canal Is not the real pro- gold and silver men-survived con- ,
blem of Panama. It Is a handy struction days down to about 1947.
campaign gimmick to focus attention This wage differential was not the r
away from the basic ills fault of the United States com-
of the country. I don't think that pletely. While publically decryingthe
anyone is naive enough to believe wage differential during elec- F:.
that 3 millions dollars net pro- tion years, the politicos of Panama
fit would solve any of Panama's secretly encouraged it. They He's finding it at Western ElectricOhio

many problems.The feared that the Panamanian who
basic problems of Panamaare worked for the Canal would upset
University conferred a B.SE.E. degree on This constant challenge of the totally new,
rooted in its land tenure the the local economy If he was paid
C. T. Huck In 1956. Tom knew of Western Electrie's combined with advanced training and education
tax American wage scales.
burgeoning population Its by
history of manufacturing development. He make
opportunities, a Western Electric career
would create a new
structure, the political control bya Further, he
realized, too, that our personnel development program enjoyable, stimulating and fruitful. Thousands of
that upset
few for the benefit of a few, economic class
order and he might was expanding to meet tomorrow's demand young men will realize this in the next few years.
lack of industrial vocational the social ,
After graduation, Tom immediately began to I low about you? .
force to .
schools, rising prices and falling evolve into a political
wages and abject poverty living be concerned with in the future. work on the development of electronic switching If responsibility and the challenge of the future
alongside of great wealth, and a The wealthy oligarch of Panama systems. Then, in 1958, Tom went to the Bell Telephone appeal to you, and you have the qualifications we
Laboratories on a temporary assignment to seek talk with for
minimum daily of about$0.50 wanted to maintain the status quo us. Opportunities fast-moving
per hour! in the Republic. He still does today. help in the advancement of our national military careers exist now for electrical, mechanical and
As economic discrim- capabilities. At their Whippany, New Jersey, labs, industrial engineers, anJ also for physical science,
for land tenure: in this pri- He practises
marily agricultural country over ination against the Negro and the Tom worked with the Western Electric development liberal arts and business majors. For more detailed

76% of the farmers are squattersThe Mestizo. For example, a maid who team on computer circuitry for the Nike Zeus information, get your copy of the Western Electric
guidance system. Tom then moved on to a new Career Opportunities booklet from -
land is owned by the oligarchy, works in the Zone gets $35-45 a your Placement
the Boyds, Chlaris, Arias, Soils, month, while when she worked for assignment at WE's Columbus, Ohio, Works. There, Officer. Or write: Western Electric Company, Room
De la Gruadias, Sosas, Arose- the Boyds, Arias and cohorts, her Tom is working on the development of testing circuitry 6405, 222 Broadway, New York 38, N. Y. And be
menas, etc. Much of the land Is pay is $15 per month, standard for the memory phase of electronic switching sure to arrange for a personal Interview when the

not cultivated and none of It is wage! systems. Bell System recruiting team visits your campus.

for sale at a fair price. Farmers What the oligarchy can't under- (j \
is rapidly western EleCtFtC MAHUFACTUHIHQ AND SUPPLY UNIT Of to
sauat on a "roza" and plant subsistence stand is that Panama THE BELL SYSTEM
.. .
the position that I V. o 'o ruN'tr IMPlora.Ynr. .
crops and perhaps a lit- approaching same
tle for the market. They hope that Mexico did in 1910, under Por- ,.pal in 13 clt'n' Operating centers in many of these amt cites pIlls 36 oth.ri throughout the U.S.
Three million dollars Eng the proud owners do not kick them flrio Diaz.

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press print shop needs part-time WuWu Wadlo; wow, wild whoopee, cu. Ft. Automatic defrost, 75 lb. ing, American and Foreign infants and children In private
help with some experience in Double W only for U. Aw forget separate freezer FR 25765.A cooking. Experienced white home. 1-1/2 miles west of Field's

camera and stripping department.Also it Just DIAL 1390. (J-79-lt-c). 78-3t-p). mother. Will work 1 or 4 days. Plaza. Best references. 6-7673.

needs linotype operator, Call after 5, 25269. (F-78-31- (M-77-5t-c).
make up or Kluge ooerator. MILL ENDS- HENDERSON'SMILL c).
Central Fla. Printing 1823 Hawthorne STORE, U.S. Hwy. 19 Cry- ALTERATIONS, HEMS REDONE,
Road 64321. (E-74-5t-c). ,ftor' Rent stal River, Fla. .. Only 1 hour CHILDCARE $8.00 week ($1.60 ZIPPERS REPLACED, TORN
15 min from Univ.Literally TONS day). Babysitting .40 hr. (any- SEAMS FIXED. What have you to
PART TIME HELP wanted. Apply OF TOWELS AND MILES OF FA- time) Ironing $2.50 basket. Call be sewn? Mrs. Klein 3727967.

Tony's Pizza 1308 W. University. HOUSE FOR RENT One year BRICS. See the lovely colors 2-7601, 120 N.W. 9th St. (F-79- '(M-71-T-c).
E-79-2t-c available for home.IRREGU- .
( ) lease $12 5 per month. Located your 5t-p) -
near Littlewood Elementary
STUDENT WIVES -- HAVING School. 3 bedroom, 2 baths. Call first quality items also. Our car- loring, alterations repairs and
MONEY PROBLEMS? Lotus show pet ends are beautiful and about monograms. Reasonable rates
Realty Co. 2-3522. (B-77- Autos.
you how other women in our city 5t-c). three-fourts off. The finest bed- work guaranteed. Florence's
are earning in their spare time. spreads one-third off. Tel. 795- Dressmaking Shop, 1209 W. Uni-

EARN $20 to $50 weekly. Act now! APARTMENT furnished air-con- 3399. (A-67-tf-c). versity. (M-79-3t-c).

Call Avon Manager Mrs. Burns ditioned. Like a small home I960 PORSCHE 1600 White Coupe.
20421. (E-77-3t-c). near campus. Also room in private New homes in PINE FOREST. A Call 2-1835 after 5 p.m. May MISTAKES CAN COST YOU
home with or without kitchen few ready for Immediate occupancy be seen at Century Tower duringthe MONEY. Income Tax returns

I privileges. Home atmosphere. Gainesville's fastest grow- day. (G-75-5f-c). prepared. Experience with Inter-
6-0410.B-67-tf-c). ing new home community. VA, nal Revenue Service computer.
Pels.onaf: FHA financing. Hugh Edwards Inc. 1956 FORD Convertible, all power Boyd Bryson 1237 S.W. 2nd Ave.

I FURNISHED 2 bedroom apartment N.E. 16th Ave. and 15thSt. 2-1551. $300. Also 1959 all state motor- 2-9307. (m-79-3t-c).

Half block from campus. (A-70-tf-c). cycle. Both In excellent condition
Japanese Flower Arrangementstaught Kitchen with electric stove and call Allen or Glenn 2-9476. (G- '

by well experienced top refrigerator. Suitable for up to Kenmore 1951 gas room excellent HEATER $15. 75-5t-c). :Lost: 5c Found:
licensed tructress Interna- 4
girls or a family. AvailableFeb.
$175. Playpen $3.00. FR 6-8547.
tionally famed SOGETSU school 1st. FR 6-4300
evenings between -
Call after II. Black and red racing stripes,
5:30 A-78-3t-c .
for the first time in Florida from 5 and 6. (B-78-3t-c). p.m. ( ) blue interior.Wire wheels, heater, LOST Asmall silver& gold wrist
Tokyo. Courses leading to license.
watch Between Matherly and
road lights. Reasonably priced.
mm roll load turret
Phone after 6. 6-0896 Mrs. or DOUBLE ROOMS FOR RENT. Pri- Rawllngs. Contact Wendy Gross.
movie Call Mike 29490. (G-70-tf-c).
camera. Normal and wide-
Dr. Sonu. (J-76-5t-c). vate entrance maid service,well- Rm. 1067 Rawlings Hall. (L-78-
angle lenses. $100. Room 11
heated. $22.50 per month. Call Florida Union. (A-I tttc). 58 VW SEDAN with sun roof. Radio 3t-c).
2-9222. B-76-5t-c .
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heater, good transportation.
FOUND1 pair black MILITARY
LADY'S BICYCLE, 26 inch Reasonable. Call FR 2-7907 during
LARGE, MODERN, 1 bedroom SHOES Corner S.W. 12th St.
wheels, enormous front basket, noon hour. ( ).,
apartment. Completely furnished and 5th Ave. Call FR 24200. (L-
pretty good shape, Room 11, Flori-
2 blocks from Campus. Call 2- JUNKER FOR SALE. You have 77-3t-c).
''' '' .......... 5640 after 5 p.m. preferably da Union. (A-71-tf-c). seen it on Campus for years.1951

:: aR1'! 'a' .aIIiUIT",:: between 5 and 7 p.m. (B-77-tf-c). Pontiac convertible.: No top, no Men's black-rimmed GLASSES in
: TWO nearly NEW BICYCLES for color 3-1/2
fenders. Make
brown marked
case "Abernathy
'M. af: DUPLEX -1 bedroom apartment, sale. Very reasonable. Call offer. Call 6-8728. (G-77-5t-c). Fisher", near Engineering bldg.M. .
.. .... before 10
t .m. furnished, full tile bath. $65 a a.m. or after 9:30 p.m. Montengro. FR 2-5622.Nights.
DEBBIE REYNOLDS, color month. Call 6-8144. (B-79-3t-c). 2-6278. (A-73-tf-c). SUNBEAM ALPINE, '62, Red Excellent (L-79-lt-p).
condition. Call Tom Eddie

plus: Robert Mitchum ROOM IN NICE HOME for male 1960 ALLSTATE SCOOTER made between 5 and 7 p.m. at FR 6-
"RAMPAGE" student with car. Call 6-1710. (B- by Cushman. Good condition. Call 9271. (G-79-2t-c).' LOST Ring with blue stone initials -
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WASHINGTON (UPI) -- Pres- the world has ever known." "

ident Johnson yesterday posed the He sent Congress a new de- .. w I
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first real cut In the nation's military ense budget of $51.2 billion for r '

spending in a decade -- by the 12 months starting July 1, ; j 1 alt ,

$1.1 billion -- along with further including $1.2 billion for military .,

strengthening of "the most for- aid abroad. It Included no new outlays ,. Ptyy

midaMe! defense establishment of any significance,reversinga Ywt
trend that saw military spendingrise lJ
\-i_ :
$8 billion is the past three

UF Student I years alone. Forces will be main- -
tained at about the present level. $ .
The heaviest cuts were proposedin t _i'+ ;

weapons procurement, espe- '"
InjuredA cially in missiles. Only 50 new eQn '

Minuteman missiles were requested F 1 x'M 4's

to join an eventual arsenal M1ww -
UP student and a Gainesville of 1,863 operational long- ,4J
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city policeman were hospitalizedearly range ballistic missiles of all rf .

Tuesday morning, with cerebral types. ,, : .w ,".r

concussions following a collision Despite another proposed pay I MAW 1
between the two. raise for servicemen, military ir'I '

manpower will drop to 681,000. _'' -
Jeffrey Marvin Walker, UF student SAC bomber fleet will be trim- : -

., of 405 NW 13th Lane, and med by 225, and no new money -
Officer J.L. Erwin of 3831 SE was asked for Polaris missile _

15th St. were admitted to Alachua submarines. Ten of the subs, already fr _

General Hospital after the wrei.. paid for, will Join the fleet I,
-- .
during the year for a total of 32 -
According to Gainesville Police polaris subs operational by June EXPOSITION TRUCK SHOWS LATEST
Chief W.D. Joiner Erwin was traveling -
abob. 45 ,miles an hour 30, 1965. .developments In sanitary engineering. Truck is parked in front of Student Service

with his red light but no siren retary Johnson Robert credited S. Defense McNamara's Sec- Center. (Staff photo by Carolyn Johnston. )

while to back another
going up
stringent cost cutting program,
officer who had just caught a car
plus huge recent Increases in con-
wanted by the Sheriff's office for ventional and nuclear power, for

reckless driving. making spending cuts possible. Panama Sends EmissaryTo

This can be achieved, he assured -
He said Erwin entered an Inter-
Congress, "while maintaining -
section against the red light and

nesses collided said with was Walker traveling, who about wit- There our would positions be diminishing of strength.valuein U.S. For Canal Talks

substantially increasing stra-
the speed limit.
tegic forces beyond levels now

Damage to the two vehicles was planned, he said, because "we are PANAMA CITY, Panama(UPI)-- to head the nation's delegation to pleting the task of removing 1,208

estimated at $2,800 and no charges clearly capable of destroying an Panama bolstered Its bargaininghand the Organization of American members military families'from

have been filed pending further agressor even if forced to absorb In Washington yesterday with States (OAS). the zone.

investigation, he said. a surprise first attack. the dispatch of Miguel J. Moreno Moreno's first assignment is to Accompanying Moreno to Wash-

press Panama's charge of aggres- ington were alternate delegatesJuan

Chairmen PickedCommittee sion against the United States, A. Tack and Arturo Morgan

UF Choir To AppearIn stemming from riotous disordersIn Morales. Both are officials of the
chairmen for the Foreign Ministry.C.A. .
which 21 persons were killed
I coming year have been announcedby ..
and nearly 600 wounded. Red McLelland,a U.s. mar-
the Board of Directors of the shal from the Zone went to Wash-
Panama broke relations with the
World's Fair;
Florida Union. Selected to serve United States over the riots and ington Monday to urge American
for thfc coming year, they are as
nearly 300 members of the U.S. officials to take a firm stand In

said call for membersof follows: Embassy staff and related agenciesare the dispute.
The UF choir will be spotlightedat plans some
Ed Abbott, films; Mike Monaghan,
the choir to take 22 awaiting orders from Wash-
an appearance in the 'Vorld's part April
special projects; Greg Seitz, recreation -
Fair in New York City this coming in a parade through downtown New ; Jane Palmour, Inter- ington on what to do next. The
April. York. Following the parade, the embassy has been closed.
national Dill Flemings Student
; Panama is seeking revisionof
The choir's appearance at the choir will sing at the opening day Government representative; Don
treaties between the two
Fair will be the of their ceremonies. President Johnson FLY OUT DEPENDENTSThe
high point
Albury, dance; Mary K. Hamm, countries, including the 60-year-
concert tour of the East Coast.In will be present for the televised
fine arts; Al Leonard, GatorGras;
old Panama Canal under
U.S. Air Force flew 102
planning the tour, Dr. El- ceremonies.The Tom Kirby, public relations;Mary
which the United States controlsthe
wood J. Kelster director of the choir will appear for the Pearlstine dependents of U. S. servicemen
hostesses and Bill Me-
Zone in
UF choir, became aware that it first five nights of the Fair in Collum, forums. Monday to the United States, com- perpetuity.

coincided with the dates of theWorld's the main area which seats 18,000

people. In the mornings, the arena
Fair. He then contactedthe
will be used for a porpoise fair ,.
World's and #
Fair Authority, !Zi
put on by the Miami Seaquarium. -
arrangements were made for the
In the evenings, it will be con-
choir to appear as part of the
verted into the concert stage. t News | I
3-1/2 million dollar Florida ex- Packaged
hibit. Kerns feels it is very importantfor

the UF choir to appear at the

Fair fn toto.However .
The UF has the distinction of

being the only college in Floridato as of now there are Solons Killer CommittedJACKSONVILLE Canal SetTALLAHASSLTi
only funds available to send 45 of
represented by its studentsat
the 65 member choir. The tour
the Fair. is being financed through combined WASHINGTON (UPI) -- (UPI) .. (UPI) --

Mr. W. Holcomb Kerns, director appropriations from the choir's Democrats and Republi A judge committed a weeping The State Cabinet granted

of UF information services, the cans in Congress continuedto housewife to a state mental hos- yesterday the first ease-
budget, Student Government,
concession fund, and Information split sharply along party pital yesterday and ruled her unable ment for construction of

Services.The lines yesterday in their assessment to stand trial for the pistol the long-awaited cross-

of President slaying of a Baptist minister she Florida barge canal.
concert tour will also include -
Polio VaccineAvailable performances at major Jonson's $97.9 billion bud- said was her lover. Congress appropriated
Darkhaired Sara Thelma $1 million to start the pro-
cities along the East Coast, anda get.The
stop at the United States Naval Democrats had Luckie, 40, accused of man- ject late last year.Science .

Academy at Annapolis. nothing but praise, the Republicans slaughter in the death of the Rev.

nothing but crit- George Earl Hodges, sobbed,"It's
Tonight through Friday night will Dress for the choir will be vio-
icism. this Beaver Street Church that's
be the last studentsto
opportunity let robes draped by orange sashes
obtain Type n Sabin polio vac- with the letters "UF" in violet. House RepublicanLeader sending me off like this" as her
Charles A. Halleck attorneys escorted her from the
Choral selections will be from Grant
cine.Type II vaccine, taken orallyon the Bach motet, "Jesus,Priceless termed it "anexcellentandprogressive courtroom. .
sugar, Immunizes against one Treasure.'* budget." Hodges, 57, was pastor of the

of the three types of polio, officials Senate Democratic Whip Beaver Street Baptist Church, one
said. Vaccine for the other Hubert H.Humphrey, Minn, of the largest in the Southeast. TAMPA (UPI) -- The

'two types was offered 1st tri- Smoker SetThe agreed with Speaker of the Criminal Court Judge Hans University of South Flori-
da has
mester; but students may take this House John McCormack Tranzler ruled Mrs. Lurkie Insane received a $44,600

Type II vaccine without having had Delta Sigma Pi business (D-Mass.). He said it is on the recommendation of National Science Foun-
will hold a smoker tonight court Dr. dation grant to conduct a -'
the previous two. fraternity a "declaration of war upon -appointed psychiatrist
7 in Johnson Loungeat William H. who said seven-week summer institute -
The vaccine will be offered from at p.m. waste, Inefficiency, McCullagh
6 to 9 p.m. each evening at the the Florida Union. All business poverty, illiteracy and dis- "in my opinion she is a dangerto in biology, it was

school Infirmary clinic. majors are welcomed. ease." herse'f and to others." announced yesterday.


Cotton Nash Eyes SEC Scoring Record

ATLANTA (UPI) -- If Ken- cord for the Southeastern Con- mark was Bailey Howell,a sophomore last year at 20.6, isn't home free age.
tucky's Cotton Nash can raise his ference. in 1957 who scored 688 in this season's race. Mis- Brooks Henderson and Dick
scoring average by just one point The present record is the 708 points in 1959. sissippi's Donnie Kessinger, Tomlinson of Florida are fifth and
during the 10 games remaining on points scored by Jim Ashmoreof Howell went into the final game fourth in 1962 at 21.4 and second sixth respectively with their 19.5
the Wildcats' schedule he could Mississippi State in 1957. of the 1959 season needing 27 points last season at 21.8 topped the 30 and 19.4 averages; sophomore
set a single-season scoring reSeats Closest anyone has come to that points, below his season's mark twice last week and raised Clyde Lee of Vanderbilt is next

i1iit__ H.ijJ.H iil': mn M11fmmtFr1t._ :!: :.:;.w.:, ...:.:"'":" '..:,.::.:..:,.'.,,,':.:..:.:;.n.:' ,.:.:..:.:'.'.....": ..:,.'.:....:........ ..:...:.:". ..'. ....,": .::'.;:::..: ...... ':.:,.;'...'::5'.' :.'..'':' average to top Ashmore's mark. his runnerup average to 24.5 derbilt at 19.1; and John Dale Ed Miller of Van-
.::: He got Involved with a "deep Dick Maile of Louisiana Stateis Gott of Tulanoare
freeze" in which State beat Mis- third at 22.1 and fourthplaceTed tied for No. 8 at 17.9 and
Not Taken I Deeken of rounds A. W. Davis of Tennessee
I sissippi 23-16 and tallied only six Kentucky com-
points. out the list of SEC players over pletes the top 10 with his 17.3

; For Reserve Use I I rently Nash,leads a 6-foot-5 the SEC senior in scoring, cur- the 20 level with his 20.8 aver- average.

with a 27.4 i. erage. The Ken- i ''':'\:(<',>' '''.. '-rW!P'- ;:; } iIm-,
The Athletic Association Is not going to rope off the center sectionof J,.>''' .X :iEd 1iL ::;&11ThIL .
tucky star, who has broken the :.:.. :: _.
Florida gym in order to sell more reserve seats for the Ken-
30 mark 18 times during his collegiate -
tucky basketball game Athletic Association Business Manager Percy :
career,would have to score ALLIGATOR :
Beard told the Alligator yesterday.
298 points in his last 10
Beard said that the interest in the game will necessitate the gamesto
climb past Ashmore's total. f
addition of some 300 reserve seats, but that the gym's seating
Of course, with Kentuchy con-
capacity would be increased by about the same number. He also
tender for the SEC title, Nash
stated that the extra reserve seats would not be down in the lower SPORTS
could windup in the NCAA play- L
middle section usually taken by students who arrive early for '
.. freshmen contests. offs and have a chance to run l'
the conference
one-year record
.. "The seats will be located on either side of the present reservedarea
for a conference player far
up in the back," Beard said. past
The plan to expand seating calls for pushing back the the present figure. WednesdayJan.22. 1964, Page 8_ ;A
Nash who won the ,. ea
end bleachers and adding chairs in front, similar to the procedurefor .w..
SEC scoring crown in 1962 witha .' ;4\
the Homecoming football game against LSU.
23.8 average and was third
Beard said that rumors to the effect that the UF had scheduled
basketball games in Jacksonville were false and that no plans

had been made to schedule Gator contests, other that the.Gator UFs Unpredictable Gators
Bowl Tournament, in the Gateway City. |
I It is suggested that students wishing to get good seats should

arrive early. Playing Jekyll Hyde RoleBy I

Mural Results STEVE VAUGHN in the SEC parade. Tomlinson 10.0.

Sports Writer stands just behind with a 19.4 Peek and Highley lead the rebounding -
BOWLING SEMIS: Presenting a revised version of average to place sixth. with 119 and 117

I2i ORANGE LEAGUETEPI764ATOI6I6 the story "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. The entire Gator starting five, recoveries, respectively.As .
I Hyde," are the 1964 Florida in fact, is now hitting In double a team, half season totals
Gators. figures since Dick Peek joinedthe reveal the Gators are outscoring
PKT1630-BTP1548 With exactly one half of the club with a 13-polnt night opponents 82.4 to 74.2 per game.
Florida basketball season past against Georgia. Tom Baxley is They're also on top in total points
BLUE LEAGUE history and a 7-4 record in the third at 14.0, Mont Highley standsat (908-816)), field goal percentage
\ books, coach NormanSloan's team 11.2, followed by Peek's even (46-37)), and rebounds (624-485)).
Ii'\ KO1NKLEN PGD 1669-LXA 1633 has proven to be an almost entirely -

PEP 1525-PKP 1458 unpredictable crew. The
"Jekyll" Gators have looked exceedingly -
704 W. Urm. Ave. sharp on such occasionsas

the Miami win and the Gator t
Bowl tournament. The""Hyde"
Gators have appeared far from
tops in such faulty performancesas
against Georgia and Louisiana

. Florida threw the Georgia game
away, 55-57, with bad passes and
floor mistakes. After consecutivewins

BOOTS over Miami and Auburn,Sloan
will be the first to tell you that
it's hard to explain such goings

don't know the answer, I
wish I did," Sloan said yester-
day at practice. "It's just some-
thing you can't explain."
Florida is now tied with Alabamafor
fourth: place in the Southeastern
Conference (SEC) with a 2-2 < '

record. At the moment,the Gatorsare Ti
Gy out of the SEC title picture. R __ ___
They'll have a chance to get back *I # r

SHIRTS in when current SEC heavyweightssuch
as Kentucky begin making
Florida Gym appearances early
next month.At .
I ,, N
least one thing Sloan can ,
count on as being fairly steadyis

the one-two scoring punch in '::;.....
Brooks Henderson and Dick Tom- ,, """' ,..---- ... < ......:..L. ,<<. .-
linson. Both continue to maintain
a neck-and-neck race for team as

well as SEC pointproducinghonors. if I don't get hold of it I don't start next gamesays

Mont Highley will lead the Gators into Tallahassee
Henderson is hitting at a 19.5 on

I t rn\Y7\ [] 0 clip, good enough for fifth place Thursday to face the FSU Seminoles.


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Marion Finance STEAK 97$

Supply Co. hashed potatoesslaw

At the Gainesville Livestock Market tomatoes, bread

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The Florida -z Ak igaotor W~6, No. 7? Ujnpves,v Foci ser' it report was delayed yesterday, when a mnectirng bet we ILthe Si tomm nt'ee adFool d beite officials was prstponed because IDeat of Strdent Afairs Lester L. Hle was out of town. 4Act ording ho membetri of the SQ iestigation ( ommhltiec, tie rnext meeting betweii the t committee andc food ,eI uCe ofijils will be held next Tuesday at 3 p.m. The report is expect ted to -how what, df any, dtlferences .rc to be found in a tompirisoi oil I' mes sity F oudset uIct and nearby off-campus eatInig estalblishuments. ''We postponed the meeting until next seek because of the ilhmrt4e of Dean Hle,"' Food Ser'ice Diiecito, Gy Vneltxrn sid. "ie hid n2(11 \blgs o t .will U,' Ihtosiing fo, ii at are t i}It.r Ii, ull, that Wet,' pi [tm 4)?NIItrtioli of Ihe Nueleai that WiI* 1.L/*I it Iih' 500ut ciii of Ilotut in Ii, .1k. wayfblt. lotud of 201 departments, tiaUf will the ,tlher half will be 1w,, hdroomi. The cc Immunily building local,. for laundry mnd study, Is .i new rnatiri' to the married student viflag,, Hiker slid. A it I Ipaled tim,. (OJ cons truc 11hm is within Ih' next several months, iker said. Advertisemenit. Ifr .,rst rictliri biding should go out shortly, hi' aIdecI. Th. in' I agpprroven thu U auat. K igiineirlig I'ducatlotn Sy t ,T ((E

Pje2 The F IornduM Alirtih ipijI d2 Political Roundup Gator Party v.e. T I .Pusi Hits Dorms nil I I' | i 1 || I] Iii I'[1. 1 I An opinion poll ott voluntary ROTC will be taken in the upcoming Student Government (SG) elections Feb. 0, to determime whether or not st udents favor voluntary H O TC, SCG V ie President Frank Hlarshaw said last night at a l~egisalat ive Council meeting. liarshaw said the idministratin feels that students do not want volinla ry ROTC. This poll will settle the debate betwepen stuACILITIES FOR PERFORMERS ith straight-backed chairs, ore a Auditorium .(Staff photo by Co Taken vernment and the adminisabout the ROTC question,. "It appears the UF will adopt Voluntary ROTC in the near future,' secretary of men's a!-fairs Byron Groves said. According to a report given by Groves, Robert B. Mautz, vice president of academic affairs, said there will be nc compulsory ROTC at the UF if the voluntary ROTC bll is passed by the House Committee on Armed Services. II that is available solyn Johnston.) Lyceum (Continued from Page 1) sties Including Florida State University, have full or part-time pro-. fessional help, Anderson said. A professional manager wouldbe in charge of details of ticket sales, obtaining ushers, seeing about refreshmeats, scheduling and worklng with concert groups, and publicity. The Councli could work with both FSUI and the Jacksonville Auditorim to get reduced rates due to reduced travel in this area. l'Il I I I s i l 'i I I ,t ' 6 ~ILl hIII ullsolb ii .t IppI~imes it [>4pt11) Ii ilks is werl ~Is sp.tii4' to tiligli sttuienit glnuups iniith I rl K nriiiIbtrs. t)UestolNid ibOUt his pirt 's irogi es oil its plattormi WiIsoii &lid it will probably be rtle d "th laMt part of this week or the first part of next week. We re paying particular attention to the platform, in an effort to offer realistic program designed to serve the students." Turning his attention to the Cator Party's publicity effort, Wilson said that in the last week to two weeks party workers have distributed three different sets of sheets with an "SOS signal" in one form or another. 'The first of these was printed in the dot and dash method of Morse Code; the second had Just an SOS, and the third had SOS in three languages," Wilson bald. He said his party is leaning solely on the qualifications of its slate of candidates and is asking for the support of the -tudents in "welding an effective Student Cove rrmeut.'' Underway [ k{[ si I }fi n I () ,ek. li''| stnilt~iia '[t 'i Itij InInI fI lu4e i aiit' p ts k lpu t .ini fi .thes tis t liB sC) go t || [ pt tilts plitivimull ii h a w n they Lstil like In, e 1|ti| iiie1 stiln ''Pdeole e sin tu ritiii to ILE. sir atifonx'y' t.' He sna d fth ain mpti students noticedua ino theat yea wthe rice ofk Homecoing aten hwsetgovernmentcn o 'pete in voicing tudthk oineion." "Pro eations ifthedain h," Hsadensaicd, "sn ts at toa see aStudent Government (Sn O) ofpervie toth viningdalstu-n denFrot rett alfactions nh om of the university community.'' He said that students feel student government should be more effective in undertaking projects and goals that affect the ('ampus at large. Harshaw said other V.).T.E. party ranlidates are goirigthrough the dorms. Somebody actually stole one. We wore tickled pink to heor thor somiebad wanted o Vol kswogen Stion Wagon baai enough 090 gOut and steel one Not lorg ego we eoldo t go Wem Caar So when Morrir Carrson rercrei his loss the police, wse took ,t as o triumph In its own wov the VW Sro' on Eg S of the w crIa best getowa oc (rs You can escaoe narh Or sm 'h Ie t'r-e You con go sa'mer ina V ,Jr 124mreg is C' cserage Yo b0e a jcus K ta i.'a yau And it aes,"e -g9s' wCO -' (r Vet' Sr>.rwe s rhe \_%r M r Car s> fci -s \ SO, 'C, <1 C ,A m'1 aju 322 bs*n 'na. -n Jcard 9 sound advice on buying your It diamond commands an inferior price it is probably an inferior stone. That's why you should be w ary of so-called diamond 'specials' The best "OaV to buy a diamond is to first select a jeweler on whom you can rely Then you can select the diamond of your choice in complete confidence. SHODDY F .like these cramped quarters w for guest performers Tn University I Pol On Will Be Vou tar dent go tration //Moe Page 2 i1[ ||| |


Scott l l~ i i i sit tUnist~lI Q o n lii ri louis retrt int tte N ithlL A Mot II I II l ' ( ikUII[H i A [,ri iI t '*11 American \ I i i Im II ii is P41 \lin t .4J9 '.rI;4! I! 1i i 11 i&s jIll i' litatt i il si Novelists it(s 11< iie lsV, ii t i,4w wIitq' ,m d e lin e o troit i i ti1 -(Fiust wh 'Itiate th, hO 'm,.m ATHUB LUNCHEON Dr. On Speaks Faith Ethics And 'A STRANGE NEW DISCIPLESHIP' .was the theme of a speech by Dr. Nathan Scott at a luncheon in the Student Service Center yesterday. Here Dr. Scott talks with members of the UF Religion Department. (Photo by Jim Nichols) 20th Ce 1)r. Franit (lark Fry, chairman olfb the enitraT (0mm ttee of flit World Council of Churches, told i lUl Religion-tn-life audienwe today that we are gradually beiag ground io ,mersoality by the machinery it! thle century in which we live. Speaking at iin ill-university Convocation, lDr. Fry said thler, are three things wI< It religion it ift, best can do to m11e4 this probf m. n givi uulstant p to the faith by which n mnl lives; give man a dimension by which to live, amnd let hint know that he is a factor iin the creative proc es,, if God, he said. "Man can live ii .world he ntury I Friend' nxvei made only if hue kirows Who made it and is strong enough to rule It,'' he said. "Man is tn danger of being dominated by the world be was intended to rule. We riced to "There is quick dlsi Ilusion ment in the three utopias of modern life --thuse of youth, it w fre dom,, ndi materialism. (r.uture (Omhfoit all only be ani .nesib.tic distritig mran fron Qhe vital h r is el n h ti ri n ii s p ite o f h i nf sell. it is a tuE thus p.rdiox that when many m'en I,, begining to di Iegardi the church as heronm ing hopejessiy inst hut tonal */ed thiere t gr(,wuig group of EVENTS TO COME TODAY: 30 a.m. PRIVATE SESSION for health lDepmrtnient pe rsonnuei by Dr. Carl Micimaison. 12:10 p.m. I UNCIIEON -In. Michalsoti speaks At the Student Service Center on ''Ethics and Uespnsible Faith.' 10 p.m. DOR MITOR Y DISCUSSION G ROU PS THURSDAY: 12:10 p.m. LUNCHEON -Dr. Harmon Holcomub speaks at the Student Service Center on "Dotibt and Affirnmationi In Faith.'' mn-.nnorvC .fra Hnlrnmh sn.'aks in UiNeeds Fry people in the lay vocations who .rc proclanmlrg religion. This is the undertow wider the concentration on material Ihiigs,"' Dr. Fry said. pull oiirselves erect arnd stand is we are measured and the jower km do this must 'ome from outside -from a 1)1vine friend,' "I U' 'nt estrrs were riot so ri ich bte'r thuai we .rc, but I hey fltul' .4 thmiuiselvh IgimILstyth Very ft'w nmenu aiivi havi been horn '0 Cop j*With what *@ 5(u," hisd. (,I4I'L IttIcr I's.iiIIaIl lit. 'C k-I on "I fIi sl mli;.'si ik 1(h' I U4tii in -ii -C if.' wk 11*9111i. jm IiIim i I i .RILIIImiil is thl ettssiui Il svst*Iim lii thliit y~' ii li Iew Iii. I lEchlu ~ (OileR, w ilt II.A. ii 29 ItCIdved .mIll. ,muIl e M\.A. 11(41m Diew IIlvmy shtyi m Methcotist Iliurth. Dr. tas.i, a kRilgum -inlSiWhr t['.e lstye lime frollcmwing lOnkS by l''I jimlik'(iln-il-lif, Week visiting it< -. hirer,, .1nd ,ils( by l)Di trch m hioffim, froni whiosi writing the them,. uA ~World ( unit if gtl Wai ilrtw, Ire ivilable it thn ishi try iiind (ertutri botfkstIois ISIndi(Aled MxArt, '.us .md M ey ship," "Creation awd Fail,"''' hfrom Prison.'' s a aes CA M'US 81101 ANI) II(X)X IYlt R MA C'S RIBS OR CHICKEN AuitiIqii 4o l o 'Ihlvw tO KAt4'w ltie I'lilyi F010 il', I I ,p't Ii, Aimmuh i, alL t i u liIol I t ii hi, I'lityi ,i mi i o th, tu, idijis it sims a ttil,Ip iris. iik i rm'ilip i i I ln e ci mtI isos *I*I0e t ,' i' F11g. of hit oy, Fr~iaes (olfnivitiWIIDvof ofh "ter kegar Reading 'p i Ir Mn i hisoii, ''Tit Wtnes, of Kiet kegu~i ,i ilet, iih kInhinfr,'r, ''Th. (.ist (If Iiislpleshlp,' "(r.atiin andi Inlj, 'I"etters ai Iaesrs hiorn Cl lDA II(> K STORE Mao A rid, J'ustice arid Met my'' (riri Mirlialsori, "'ChrIstianity and I,Kx ist,'nt all sk ('ihlti ), Faih fr Personal (rises,' 'Tb lnge of history,' lapaiiCs, (ontribu~htons to Christian Theology, "The liationaly of kegard'' Flhe Witness of KierDrive-In ( IN A BASKE T) ONLY 00 S Hits Mkchalson ianl --D r. PA TRONIZE GA TO R ADVERTISERS SPECIAL ON i 11'1 a , ,, || ,21 i i 're '. 1r er l' I 1 | Ii I t'He a le lih r o .\l ti , 4 'l si tyi, 101 h t .o 't


-w || ri mlii pilineti I hg spiti .LKL!ILa ii uii t'en I[ I'hi \ it Sin ,ffler. An I n u e i a bol o \nii hut wh/Ietir his hlrn thtitlis nm th. Iiopnfi of repr'eritirng thi p.e(iIlI if his '(tise in IIh. i.tS. >eirat, Is .I juistion thit .uil lihvu I, be dle( un1 by IIh, peflel (if O The main is .hnGe. Sorrie if hl, oppii*eits thjy 'tAt,,! that th iftt i' I .>, >*'nitii whntild n,,t hi allowed in b4 hill I hero's paswn. \Taniy ii th sltt'. Pr fesirral pLmit'eirlav nuade tlheir initial staiil in hii' oppxiiwit (for Ii,. [)emoI-atic rniition) 84,11. >tephen M. Yrunjg, rid ( laimi amlolg their sitpporter%, Itir fiumus ,Missuiriarj, fiormei Iresidient F aity T-unman. It Is irnterestinlg tii rot, that .Ifiitedi lPrss International (l'I'I) wrtIbz said Glpen was running "'with appairent White Ilous, support,' whiri mens thut F Ioririians mriy have to make i den 15i01 similar to thai of the Ohioan's, if (ol. (,letn rasts hits ty,. Itwardis tie Vice Pr' ilenfly. There are undoubtedly many people endowed with the education arid rblt necssry tur make therri potentially vflutabl, part ii! the gwvHut this is rnot enoiughi. It takes votes to become ,Ii'cJ mnd ppularity to get votes. It is clearly evident than C ol. Glenn his a preponderenre of the I alter and as soon is his retirement from the Marine t orps becomes offi .al ( releasing him niromi his "bend of si lenle"') we may judge front his s. -iches just how well his qualifications stick up against his For the past few years, ( ol. Glenn has enjoyed the rose bouquet of popularity -nOW he'll have .' chianc,*to reach for the political thorns beneath them. W.CN. Diplomas, 5 Cents (Editor's Note: This letter WIS sent to the librarian of the Journa1ksm and Communle atlons r ading room. Because of a S cent fine, the auth or's diploma in bInI g he Ni up.) This letter is hieing wai tten ii response to ., pxst card that I xe, ilvid fruim you ln aiuat y 16th. According to your pxost card, I dtiii have the library's copy of Martin Mayer's book, Madison Aveniut U.S.A. This Inxrok, according to youx card, was due on IDecei itI 19G3. I would like to state that I do niot have this book,* and that I distinctly teminibir retuirig ii jun [)e'mber 11th. I am sure liii if .you will give thoroughh lheRk that you will find salid book ii, your Iibr:ir y. This type of iniidenit, I light add, has happeiieu t, mle before iiung the I ItY fill trinmister, .and tonbinel this saint ho~ok. I hind checked out. aopyvif M;uiiiscin Avunue u1.S.A. finm (hi onlismi (ommniuiiicitioris Iheutirg 1 o,i,, 1( bnd had returned it one lay lit, ii thi. ii iIit*. I gave hos .it thi uIsk (hw bonk int $.05. Within .1piriod if I month alter that, lb hii received three INI< ntis from you stying that I iwect $.0S. Aftet receiving eachi post card, I went to tilt itrarian and explained that I had rettirneul Ih. book and paid the fine. Still I kept receiving the rards. This, of course, was agg i .uvainrg to me anid tost y to you, If I ani or re your mistakes cost you approximnattly $.15 in aicdsaid postage, not itcludinrg I abe r. This $ .15 w us spei t to return e a $ .05 finle that had air eady been paid. Multiply this by the niumbe r of ilmes per yeaR that this error is committed with other students, and you have spent .i lot of money that could be used elstwht' mole consi ructively. Now I am pot itIhe thait this s ime problem exists now, tand that because of your tIL (r, my diplonmt us being held up. I would 41p1 cciii, your rectifying the situation and ullowitg mly iiplomii to folhk me to T xis. Harold M. C recil The Florida Alligator Served by IInited Press InternatflnajI Managing Editor ...........-.BlI Fuller Assistant Managing Editor ............JohinAskins Editorial Editor .*. Wayne Norflevt Sports Editor .......---.Lave Berkowit, wire Editor .*. ...---. .-------.Bob Thomas Feature Editor *.--.CYlthia Tunstall Campus Living Editor ........Judy Lynn Prince Editorial Assistants. .Johnl Hancock, Ernie Lit,, Glenn I anev, Gall Sobering, Nancy Zimmet, Alsii Campbell, Betty Wendt, and Betsy Garrison. Beporters.Mike Pownr, Jim Castello, Phil Hevener, Joel Gaston, Dwot.a Molitor, Donita Mathison, Sally Stock, IKathie Martin, Carol PNoIs, Ann Carter, Joe Kollin, Pam Pulley, Agnes Fowles, Ronald *1 :EsAN CAMPA~cNs Is it Fco~nD ^aa 4 N edli torei al s Thorns Under The Petals 4 TIME TO PROP H IM UP New At By BOB MOUNTS Honor Court Justice last Thursday the loiter Court Justices passed a new rule recommended by the Chancellor which make it an Honor Court offense to attempt a theft and be ,nterrupted or apprehended before the theft Is actually made. The provision reads as follows: ."Woeerattmpsto commt the offense of stealing as defined by Rules 3 (a) through 3 (f), and in such attempt does any act t ward the commission of such .in People Andlu In rebuttal to Mr. Mo ris (tai,. IS) and Mr. and Mr,. I'ajak (Iaii. 'C) we would Ii to .add iim own iibseis itions to Mi.* Ho/mri t' Jan. 17) w'rv pJerieptive .im c Surite I report on C ;rial /orn r.siuleits. Thii bluin fcn the sitrrion mT Iflnimini urst hi s.itM ii by ililiy d iui~duals tind by lhe governments or the Utitl States anid Punlt nt, but (aa /,in! ori. sidenits must beai i substmint Iia part of the blame. We ived in the Canial /one lot two Veilr, riot seventeen, but we think tiii children who grew up in the /oui. are nrt retessat ily quahifiil is objective cibsir vers. Iii the pate rnialstic itmiospirur of the Canal /one, where ticl I San provides ever ythinig, whti e privite eniteipi ise is vi' tuialls iior.xlstenit, arid wheic evIII pii tvile property is limnti (no fnit owns his house or lll), chiuldln ii and self-i eiitereil, with little sell discipline or respect for the ikihts of othet s. This is riot our pn svit, opinion, but the opinion ot Cxnlvi /one parents who reported to is their concern over what they saw in their ow n children and in those of their ntiglibors. The sume unfortunate traits are also ei dent in too many of the adult residents of the /one. Many oflthems ar ely 'enture aci Os the street out of the Americanized lone, anti they are penl unitemrp~tiols of the "foreigners' on whose soil they lise. Fortunately, m an z~onians are not like this but the I mpted AGAIN N Theft offense; but fis mI In perpetrtion thereof, 'ii Is iintertuptedl oi pri vnted in the execution of the Same sfl ll he guilty of stealing."' This rule which becomes effaciveone(l) week from the date ot pubblvation plugs up an i. pxortant loophole ii the Honor System definition of stealing. Until now, a student caught breaking and entering another students dorm rocm with the intent to mike off with his wallet otild riot be tonvitetid of stemling unlt's he was su 'ressu hi Governments inst (hi de-w rents if the u anal buiiliig \Vnstinian egious \Wlthouit I impiymt, l'i sorn:i! c iti 1,r ii 0 lt.'h it. stiidenits tuis .ui rnct likely to liii, i 'ti~m Iomu tlt% en hm teos Not 5 Th.' N e Ciii hIs dindut for lvI iMtts li irnetitiliyri yitl ciic tcr rwith .' wjsh 'oi bete loanoneof tins, troupls of \nmeis H ii irtttisted II, tcoinr brik to ineteeiith .rntmiy muethmnls if moiving tuolirlex m il jix uh-mis. in this t me of wcorlui ttu "aitoi""u to"ior 'i"d criis tihe tired is for a strori central gcmerrim.nt which can seek the solution to our problems. The most irteponible thing the t ied states could do would be to e It it-i Goldwater president of the United States. fin spite of the fait that the national govern melit has gi,ri because of his. torne ulemnds place uprn it, Sen-. dat Goiiw ater implies In all that he aythit this country should abandon the trend toward strong, responsible national government, It is evident that there are times in our history when certain pol >1i philosophies won't work to Rule Think what this rnemt,,. parenitly ill we could d if someone broke into ii i rm was kick him out. There ia lH', no legal recourse Low us inulr the Honor System. Law students like to tell ~4 Ingly of the time some yens that a student was in this sitijition and the Honor (owl t of that time proceeded tc liin for breaking and entering will'n intent to Comm it a felony. I& Honor Court has hail rno iui diction of this kind ilid pii Ubd never will. It is also imipirtuit (tAt' your xeii tion to thia Iue time for tommnent ox on I You will remembhtr list full the ,edeinitioii of ihieutii pissed that rio cnliii sta lhe time lcr olbjiction was p I This ;iovision will lieu n (en in OniO (I) week fioni II lication in Tuiesdayv's Alii' The F onlo ( iurt I usto I ilect'd r epritseit tivis ut h ient lBoiy, deilyve thtil uuit Sic tioni 408 (4) Of lhi Stii'ii' II () States Ily over Aniexic,. If we inAil i]ca keep away the rights 'l0i' peOpIA, ii the American nAth~I' 'I not meet its cluti, Anid Im '" sihilities to this, kind oit00 then they cannot bw jxpsrtlio suipjprt or be iinterestedi IIId feuding the govei nmeit (f th sItion. It lots nothing for [tN The real que Sttin iS lii I want to destroy ciurselvyes' [ 1 neglec our sca rben saying they should be on thui "tIt level then we invite rnatioii I disaster because a country wiliti' the resiliency to actomiotiute ail of its people anid their proibli> will end up in the old governimlli graveyard along with the Hon. I Empire, the Ancient Greeks 11:1 the Persians. This is not a land of 50 states the 50 states make a wited nation of the United States of Amen The government of this Nation in a government of all the peorl" to solve all the problems of the people. For the American peopI to elect a man president who SAY' C~ 4 I 'Cs ) II s w


LETTER Stealing CanaI From Uncle Samn Won t Help l hi l a TT isk, .4 i I It lit' itili'Ii[.' Ii, tejit i lots in IPaihave irijusedi strotigfeehlm> biI Iiigtft om self-righteous inlvmiiatfltbof the people of PitTI, to wallmig--w'jl 'onlesslons elthese ext Irfmes. The U niteul r tIs nut mzialliblt', but neither Ilidnmd. lhe fact that laana ni all coutty does riot make u lways right when it deals with iIhI united States ireatedi Par,liT .by tnt rigue and force. By a stirida rds, Theodore Rouse wit's actions are usually contiered deplorable. In 191)3 "gun i t diplomacy was qjuite ini 'te yet we paid Colombia "con>1ni'i(' money" for setting up 1he treaty between Panama and flt' United States wa.s based upon 'lht understanding that the United i tes would be given most finorable terms for building a 'iM, in return for assuring the sluless of the 'revolution'' of Pania. That Panama feels that her representative, Blunau -Varilla soldi her short is regrettable. He was her legal representative and Principal is responsIble for the s of his agent. For the past twenty years Panama has cried Grape"', hut one of the elements ii proof of that crime is "'fresh omplant",and l'tanmi,i waited thtrty years to dIs. cvii she had I eci vltried. laliama feels that her geoa ahicl nat Ion is li iaiu a] re-wui ., and as such, she should I etelve d greater share 01 lie (Soits. This sounds like a viiy I t'ascribl.' point. Flowevet she I' Tily recelvs aiximit half 01 the t oft. mIt. Aautllino Boyd ha~s been asit (tlug for years that lain.m. fagerdywoners.h hrebg kh ser fsailesuwta ow tic.'lrangTh lawslitn er laien' fo teirg c h 01m gooii, io for th I massl /o thetpeple. In e a low oii luues,ntoie tanx in very low and rarely pal!' th staplme.s whhe tme semi -saed people 1 ind scruplus tured aThed forl otseir hoi evet fr bem Pre msidn of Ptthepoa ax oes An'vw ose fuxrom thcoe raks ofr ti thing ad requestidnbttthe wal whthyelimrchy are uperpdlinit taruuxes eyr tey. Tcol visde sto ve aboa foresiet HePaam was Jsnae une Tbi dratmona C.Aynst ofmIan thmng Thhe winalpryouctaof hyeir upcteire duniDoctrs, br the coe profesion,~ strady abroad tfenretuen home to flckaoth aCsity. Thde arae bal eeded cirumthe ne.o bthe pua ionso syuch biti Illn thae C It.oTetn. The pricopl p1priet te ,unacreltedu111( pler' are needed-boxh ayal orto,b the trcond hie l'aameliiinvaridyablya lernd hisr homde to a lower path iy heyi iirte badoynee nteItrfr b. ahey is cal isc ronttitly trh cty.p Thr inArica,, "ahrt quaaggression't byhBoyd nd teh Inchmi ad. TI, Aderla'achnit>, mlumbe wae Iidi i the Can $.2 $pe.K0, but joshe tr ed Pn gmi ine unvtobt $2.0 rnteghts hourbdO rn .u owopid. it isnti in tha the /loItitglii iiw.e Th wge I ale i~tls LOnt t.y fal f I isi1nitby sot ad 'i pletchm .he Amblican dering them wage lfin ete Cani Jig $i. p(riouarsthe pblis of Pabama $see ,t jeioriged t 'Theey wrkbed for the $anal wol upset theur lof al economy i e a id bya Aherianl stlyea 1 scales. Furher hed siwoumld-crate anw economticna lssdw tha woud upt. th socal der, al nw e Rmigt evolve 1111 th DUmt d ortes opbetcie, Wne puib Ill the ftre.n Then yeartholii Ilof Panama weanted tohati the tatusi wuo inkd o the lc natil doestdayp.e the prctis ecolO flh' disrpmd inaton ain ls tht Negoad tphe hesio.a oreap, ah migho Irm iie e iasitoct a the tunr\.l H ei i t, ieial t rsuidilts to tin leplith ee itti. Lu'hi iziunth TIIYp isnll riots I'rtIIuar i ell 4ht~hatfl 1 x lith, 1111,, ,ippiiiunis knowf that they ci,'of ii ews ift Pno efiali-t Old 'yseru1ti bula lu. Lii alootiii Hot i t'l ih ,1mleT ti 1i di ih i lin 1,t i ,. iije i t Lorii, litr i tt t0cI c this TIit kil s im lt, h a&'J 4 tteipl I t+I' N letr ii itimt gnifl In,9 hi an hik &tim thes ould o theut thi h ti.Sg&' Pode wii wtgoit iti thnIet a. At gi eat t i'kto Am,,nPIcn iI'rs, onil anti -snipji,' Ir emhploay'd. Thi' to MIexicci ( iv to lii niolny tnd trumi iatlinils I! 'iuti iw I lii C Is ei i Anii,' wi, th.r, arty atnsw,.i wci uteats .ani, whete ig ftii the to the pioLJaiiMersiti ronferr,.' t H >E L degret n SHurl' itr 45% [irlrrirnw of Witerra EIr 'rcahstory adrfinutactluriitg rievelopirert Hi realized too hit Our personnel demoIopmen'rt pm gre ar'A(' ltxpulrIi to 'rinr tram~orrrjw S demnji di After graduation, orn it rnreniatriy begin to or c'ri the deveupnent of eler (ronar swit' in 'ysterns Thern mn 195, Tom went to the Gel! Tel' [hone Laboratories on a tern porary 9 ssgrn10nt to Se In 'te adlvari enien? of wur national r~llitary r dU''e t(eir Whippar.7 Newv Jerwjy labs m wor bed wath the Western Elect ri' ole i&op rit tearon romputer circuitry for the Nake Zeus Igu dar ce syste'r romi (hen rnoyed on to d 'eC ha GAlL lit. stN l lli fis l'ittlt rtITlhj 'aj tli' s ilatl 1ff, 'ILe Ninme Withhili ha' irnpant challenge of the totally new, .rrriban,.r wdim advanced triuing arid education 'wporturaatieC, rnake a Western Electric career I tojdtle, stimulating and fruitful rThousands of liorig riifn wi'l realize this in the next few years if resrponsbbtty rind the challenge of the future appal o you, dand you have the qualifications we 't.4 Idlk with ut Opportunities for fast-moving d reers exgcj now fo, electrical, mechanical and industrial engineers, &id 31s0 for physical science, liberal artsanid business majors For more detailed iriformrataor, get your copy of the Western Electric rCareer Ooortunittes booklet frn unjr* Please sign all letters. Names will be withheld on request. We reserve the right to edit letters for space reasons. -The Editors Tom Huck sought scientific excitement He's finding it at Western Electrc


&f Lh a(lhi. i njir a .ad st Ipplig Ij iprutet. Also nite ds iiotvp. op r ato, make -up ot Klug (,erator. Letrdi Ia. I'rinlhiig 1823 Flaw-. thorne Road 6 -4321.*(I1:-74.-I-i P'A T IMliM T Ky Pi 'a (K -792t -). Ff1 [ I' warhtel. AppJyV 1(18 W. University. ST'I]I:NT W I V l: S -FIAVINGj M(INFY PROiLE MS" let us show you how other women iiiour Ity art earning In the r Sparc timni. F.ARN $20 to $50 weekly. A. I now' Call A von Manager Mrs. Iluris 2-0421. (E-77-Jt-c). J apaihes I lowet A', igements taught by wreli -klpwri.Jced hfp lb 1St, i tic tress oil ,iIeraliritally time! Sc (ilS schiiwi iii rhi st ini in I lorila from ''ckyii. cl sows nuin' Itlb s. hon. .'ei I. b-0896 P1 rs. or 11. Soln.1-71,--). CarY Grant [hI) I' F t U Iu t I A, Ia rHr Woit], K a(, Al['V W jills Ije I .\ FIA I lMj. I rita, Ii UIct Schixol. I bed Arnold Reilly stAudrey Hepburn Te way thy ploy tak y our lif ~ in your bonds P .when you take your love in your arms! w ii, A Li Np I -If M SI N I -tIIn, yeait onm, 2 b,4th,. ( all Cr,. 2--522. (F-77l A lAI?TMisNT furnishcI aI-coilditioned. ik. a s mall home near campus. Also room In pri vat. home with or wIthout kitchen p1 Ivileges. flume itmnospher,. 6-0410. (1147-t-'). FIJRNISlIIII 2 bed too rm apart-mtirl. Half block frt campus. Kitchen with electric stove n refrigerator. Sxitiblp for up to 4 git Is ii a inuly. Availlii Feb. st.I.R -200 tveninrgs betwell 5 tlid C .(I$-78-ItH 1)0111 F E ONOMS FOR RENT. Priveh erntrarnie, trnidiset vice, welllAldi(., Muti:E U N, I hedioon, twaitmuttt. C Omle~ttiy fUrniShC(I 2 blocks from Campus. Call 25640 after 5 p.m. preferably between 5 and 7 p.mi. (11-77-ti-c). DUPLEX -I bedroom apartment, furnished, full tile bath. $65 a month. Call 6-8144. (B-79-3t-c). ROOM IN NICE HOME for ,nalc student with car, call 6-1710. (I_ 79-ti-c).', I .n4: Jie ,to .h lt i ..'II .-a / .B \HII iNIs -}iF NI lRt>N'S MiI I >I L, I .5. hwy. I' ( ivfl5lmi. KfpfmI H'. Il ii ilb T(,NS (I JOMl Is ANT> Mll $01II lIII( S. Sc. tlh+ lomely cohuts iV~ilt4, for your home. 1hl~l( I AltsOfI L.e WUA IiTIbs.\May first quality items .ilso. Oui at pet ends ire beautitIul trd bout throe -fourt off. The est be spreads onie-ihlrrd off. Tv!. 7W -3399. yA-67 -f-) New homes In' PINF FOREST. A few ready for immediate Oct Ipancy. Qainpsvillp's fjstcst giowing tiew home (ommunity. VA, F H A fiianming. I ughEdiwa, ds m. N.E. 16th Ave. anil I5thSt. 2-1551. (A-7)f-c)-. Kenimore v b ron HFATI'FK $15. 1951 Chevy, extellejnt sitn $1 75. Playpen $1.00. FR ,-N.17. (all fte r 5:30 (A -7fl-.Il-.).lit hEX 10 mml roil -ll!t turret movie enmcra. Normal .mid wiangle It ii se s. $100. Room ii, Flolila Lumon. (A-I -if-.), I A[Y'S ilIC YC IF 2 wheels. clnormous fron t baket, pi itygoti ha,, c~ni II, loin 1 TWO nearly NEW RU Y( I ES tor sale. Very tecas ona e. C(l1 before 10 a.m. or alter 9:30 p.m. 2-6278. (A-73-tf-c). 1900 AL[LSTATE SCOOTER nmlde by Cushmian. Coodi condition. Call FR 6-7362. Must Sell. (A-79FOR SALE OR TRADE -1963 HONDA 305 cc Super Hawk--Excellent condition. Call Bill Gilbert -773 alter 6 p.m. (A-IS4147 N.W. 36th St. 3 bedrooms, 2-1/2 bath, fallout shelter, 100' by 264' wooded lot. $19,600. $500 down 6-3384. Large patio, walnut pa-eled d-n,.centralheat. t. 'lix\. t. ( .il F a-71 Im t136P MtE 160While 01T hp. (alii 2-I &15 .ite r p.m. Mis II, setn it C eritut y Towe, during 1956hi<) ( ,nrettile,.ill power $100. Also IU5tJ all stite ijotol cycle. Ehith In extelenit cnditi on vall Alen it Clew 2-1W. (675-St) I 112 AUSTI TIAI Y .10)0 P1 II. Ilark and ted ri' 1ng st i ipis, bin. inter or. W re wheels Fhed'e, road lights. Reasonably pm id. Call Mike 2-9490. (G-70-if--c). 58 VW SEL)AN with sun tool. Halbo, beater, good trinsprx.t lion. FReasonable. Call FR2-79027 ding I TOOl! hour. (0-78-It-c). JuNKER F () SAlE. YVut, e swen it on campus for yea, s. Isi'o ti at conyver Iible. No Icip, no tolw 3-1/2 rendfers. Mike ofice .Call 6--8728. (G -77-St-c)-. 811NBEAM AlIPINE, '62, Red Excelleni condition. Call Tom Edchtc between 5 asid 7 p.m. at FR 69271. (6-79-2t-c). 1960 10' by Rembrandt. FR 0-4878 50' 2 bedroom trailer. Washer Included. Call (G-79-5t-c). WANTED -Female roommate to share apartment with 3 other girls. Near C ampus. Rent $75. Call between 4:30 -6:30 FR 2-6986.(C 77-3t-c). WANTED -2 MALE students to share 6 room Apt, with 3 other senior male students. Apt, complete with fully furnished kitchen and study room. 231 S.E. 2nd St. 0 -4592. (C -7S-If-c), SO MEG home. .mf. miointh. 31-c). NE toc(are forbaby Intheir Four days per week '7 3 p.m. One weekend per Phone 376-1896. (C-79ORItEtlN THUATIU l4O .t&.in *. Mt .e -*jj ,lt Held Over 2nd Big Week -* .i5 h ie -I rii' l' -di of il \-77-'>-i I. \l TI B \ UT(hN, LEMS UE[)ONF 'IF'I' H> H F P I A ( IE)D TUUHN MS \1 I [XI,[). Whit have you to h sc win 'M s M iei 272-767 S\I-7 l -I tiUsic(M I HF-SSMAKtINU anid L toting, aPterations. repaUrs and monotgram)S. 1P'ionabule ales work ii r a nt. .F lortnce's IDressm~tkinlg shop, 1209 W. nivet qty. \\MISTAKES ( A NC(UST YOU Ml( NF.Y. InfCOmW 'rax returns pi epa' ed. ICxpe IIl(nCe with iter ial Nevetiuc Service computer. Floyd B yson 12J7 S. W. 211dAve. .2-9307. (m-79-3t-c). A)ST -A small silver & gold wrist watch -13ItweeT Mathei ly and R.wluings. Lointact Wendy G ross. Urn. 1067 lRawliiigs Flail. (I -78It-c). FOTINII -I pair black MILITARY SHOES -C ci r ue r S.W. 12th St. and 5th Ave. (all FR 2-4200. (I77.-3t-<) Men's black -rimm~r~ed ClASSES it' brown case; marked "'Abet nathy Fishet '' near Engineering bldg. M. Montengro. Fl? 2-5622. Nights. lL)S' -Ring with blue stone inmtHals 11K inside. Call 2-9410 and ask for Roger. Reward! ([-3179.c). GE T IT ACROSS With Gator Classifieds HEELS put on in 5 minutes SOLES put on an15mmniuic MODERN SHO REPAIR SHOP oCron1 ff'oa li notonal honk STATEends WED. g-3O rN1,1, ITV. oiaA le an A I ., J arw plus: Robert Mitchum "RAM PAGE" ON tHur'saY 'Caradd A STANLEY DONEN Pmcdst '/M w ill Te .m se il r ,, i i i le a E I


V I 1(1 '\ I I ji Asks Cuts '[r I 4I l ie I iF |1 [ -l .| | illloD vi'ith ii 14 UF Student Injured \i I I lipl N Iliyiinitniwiii' tlpsitli/b' te of Mit vNW uith I'ne In tc olivt .L.Erwin of 3831 SI I th 51 .were admitted Ic Al.arhu., (itnll al Hospital aft,, thle Wie XCtordiig to Gainesville Police (ine! W.D. Joiner, Erwin was traseling aboi, 45 miles an bour with his red light but no siren while going to back up another officer who had just caught a car wanted by the Sheriff's office for reckless driving. lie said Erwin entered an interse tion against the red light and 'ollided with Walker, who witicesses said was traveling about tin speed limit. Damage to the two vehicles was estimated at $2,800 and no charges have been filed pending further investigation, be said. UF In Choirr NYI To Vo lIt UTF 'hoiir will be spotlighted it iii appearainCe iin the 'Voi hi's F ii in New York City this ciumiing Apt I. i ii will he the high point ni their (iliel t tour of the East I oast. ii planning thlt toui T .II'AOodt I. Keister, di rector of tht t heir, became twa, e thai it Cinid led with the dates of te We, Iti' Fair. ite thitir oaced tie WVorld's lair Anithlol l, 11nd ii ulgements we' midi for lihe I hnir to appeal us part of the -12million dollar l-loi i ex The UF has the distimitci if being the only colltgt in I kc ii tbe represented ix its ttd ts Mt teFair. Mr. w. Hoiromb Reins, dItr t of U P information ,ei vice-, Polio Va ccine Ava ila ble right through Friday night will be the last opp)ortwiity for students to obtain Type II Sabin polio vieC Inc. Tvne ii verrin0 *2kpn nratlv I! I I I, ii l I eill i''i' [hl'p til or tw t s i c) ti' liln' ready pinT foi, will llm twl fleet luring tht, yar foi a total ii C polaris ,uhs ope rat lollal by Tune 30, l9(,5 Johnson ('editedi defense Sec retary Iobei t S. McNamara singe it cost -cutting program, plus huge recent increases inconventional and nuclear power, for This rai be achievedhas sured (ongress, ''while maintainng our osition of strength in substantial ally Increasing strategic forces beyond levels now plaiiredl, he said, bimause "'we are clearly capable of destroying an agressor even if forced to absorb surprise first attack." SAppear rid's Fair ,.ir plaNs iall toI ''ftc flnitme til th hou to iake part Apri I 22 ii .p11 idi dii "ugh dowiittwnt New Yoik. itillcwilig Ih, pride, the huhir ll simg if till ioening liv will Ibe p1iwL io Ii, telu'lsd The hoin will ilppiei Co th li ii, Itix'i mtiiit i ti I ii ii m thinia .ii whit ith stt 001) prohlii th. normtnigs, thi cin for thi [IF hrii to sar i th liii mi toto. the 5 ntemlhei

Cotton Nash Eyes SEC Scoring Record 'I1 \Ii I i .1 I IJ I Iii i i i i SeatsNotTake For Reserve Use 'Ihi Athl,'tf A sO( iiticori in'ftVOin'1( tijo oft tIhe r tithr s l r Pf It lorida gymr iii ordri to sill mnun risul v. set fur tlh, Kiniky ,isk.tlta rm AF]ithifti! Ast'IIri auin~sImlss~. ]v i.u4 Io Iu Imi sm,,d thit thu iutrtst in thre k'~ri will ii., sslt'tf 'he aitior if 'Orrie $9) riserv, suits, hut that IIh, gym's se~mtilig up.c ity wijiji hi, i. eased by atiout thi samin nunmbrr. lie als Italpd that thg extra reserve stats woll riot he down In the luwir mriiddiv ictioi usually taken byv studients who Ill lye early 10r Ireshrneri contests. 1'TIhi seats will be touatedl ,rn .thtr siuje of the preseni i sv! vidj area, up in the back'' Heard said. The plan to expand sQ t ng Cals tOr pislitig biuk the end bleacher, miid iddinig chairs In front, similar to lb. prouedir& for thiJ liec)m ng fent bail game Ag InIrst I SU. Bitrd (Iiaid that rumiurs to the e ffct t hat the U F had scheduled basketball games in .Iirksonvilie wert false and that no plans hadl been made to schedule Gjator contests, other that the Gator Bowl Tournament, In the Gateway C It is suggiestied I hat students wi ity. shirng to get gioid seats should Mural Results BOWLING SEMIS: ORA NGE LEAGUE TEP 1764-ATO 'K T 1630-BTP I BLUE 1616 548 L EAGUE PGD 1669-LXA 1633 PE P 1525-PKP 1458 [IL~h I H ~tait' He i ,l -with .i 27. I ge. I hi Ken Iii ky dii w i hr iik,.i the I'pjnhlts iii hiS list 1C mis 0! noutse, with Kenitich on t.eidle fur thu Ski( title, islih (iilld win,] up ii the N( A A play offs id hvO (liIhae tO I ui Ihi tiu-ytii < cotrerence rt('ord for a 'onfer-ence player far past thu present figure. However, Nash who WOO th.' SEC scoring crown In 1962 with S23.8 average and was third Payl By STEVE ~ Sports il I' l ' | l '' ii .1 11 l t l -s % k cl L ki's oui 'A UGH N Writer In the Presenting arevised version of the story "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde," are the 1964 Florida G ators. With exactly one hail of the Florida b aske tb all seasonpast history and a 7-4 record in the book,, coach NormarSloan'steam has proven to be an almost inlirely unpredictable crew. The "Jekyll" Gaters have looked exceedingly sharp on such occasions as the MiamI win andi the Gator Howl tcournumeiit. The hyde" & ators [ave appeared far from kips In such faulty perform iii as against (jeirgiah mcd I omlsha State. Flii hIa threw the (Gcorgia game away, 55-S7, with bad passes anl H mu r mist ukets. After' consecuit ive wins over Miam,, and Auburn, Siman will be the first to tell you that it's hard to expluln suchi goings oil. "I don't know the answer, wish I did,'' Sinai, sid yester dSty it practice. "'It's just sonicthing you c'ai't exrlain."' Floria Is now tied with Alabinma for fourth pluci in lh.Southcetste, Ii C'onfer,,ic. (SE C) with a 2 rico, d. At the moment, tht( itors re cut of the SEC' title pitUr C. They'll haivi a chance to get hick in when current SF C htmvyweights such is Kentucky heglit mnihig *I lorida Gym aplea anices early next month. At least one thing Sloan iii count on us luing li l steady Ithe Onli-twO sc t lg punI.h in Brooks lerndei sou 'ind fick Tormlilson. Both CuntiniUt to mtaiitun I ijeck-itnd-iitt k rice fo, team 'a well as SIC p., i tcIti. 'ice lieno is. Hejiden ort is citing it a I., clip, good enough for filth p1. C/4fl SEC just parade. To behind with mlinson a 19.4 average to place sixth. The entire Gator state ting five, in fact, Is now hitting in double figures since Dick Peek joined the club with a 13-point night against Georgia. Tom Baxley is third at 14.0, Mont Hightey stands at 11.2, followed by Peek's even 1,1 I .1. I ii~i I \ W. I~j~ is Fileti's tltt* iv. ige. Vie No. 5 ad ('I t~riSse,. I rIALLIGATOR Wednesdoy,Jan.22, 1964 I 0.0. Peek and Highley lead the rebounding with 119 and 117 recoveries, respectively. As a team, half season totals reveal the Gators are outscoring opponents 82.4 to 74.2 per game. They're also on top in total points (908-816>, field goal percentage (46-37), and rebounds (624-48S). ON THE OTHER HAND ...I don't get hold of it I donat start next game,soys Mont Highley will lead the Gators into Tallahassee on Thursday to face the FSU Seminoles. nart 'rl Iti Do your Iaundr fwhtleyusop COINK L E EN 704 W Un.a A" mng Jekyll, Hyde Page 8 Role BOOTST HATS SH IRTS Gainesville I TOWER HOUSE "CHAMPION" i 1 1 1 1 'I r i i l'i.'I i -11 ub b, r.13|li r i r tr. Il t,,, .+ 1 1,11 1 : nm .la., i l M out