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Vol.56, No.81 University of Florida, Gainesville FridayJanuary 24,1964

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Theft TriesNow to w. MERCHANTS. STUDENTS MEET





Honor Under CourtAttempted o Discount/ Plan



theft has been addedto 'd'V

the list of Honor Court offenses. Talks TodayA

According to a new rule adoptedJan. r

16, any student attempting to
steal but stopped In the act of F
doing so, shall be guilty of stealing. meeting between representatives of Gainesville merchants and
Previous Honor Court rules r Student Government (SG) is scheduled for 11 a.m. today In Tigert

made no provision for attemptedtheft Hall. The session concerns a proposed plan allowing UF studentsto

and a student could not be shop at savings In local stores.SG .
convicted of stealing until after he rM President Paul Hendrlck announced news of the proposal Tuesdayand

had committed the act. Under the at the same time criticized those who claim his party allowed the

new rule, a student found entering original plan to die from lack
another student's room to take his of effort.

wallet can be convicted of stealing
before he has taken the money. Senate Under the new plan Hendrick

This new rule along with others "n 7 said there will be three or four
y.
,
listed below were adopted by a "Student Sales Days" per

majority vote of the Hour Court Finishes trimester in conjunction with local

Justices and becomes effective one merchants."We .

week from today. think we have a plan that

Thr following are the official will work," Hendrick said.
Tax Cut
changes In Honor Court penal and f +
The old Merchants' Discount
civil procedure. H
Plan was a Student Party crea-
HONOR COURT RULES OF WASHINGTON (UPI-TheSenate
tion. Students were to receive a
PENAL PROCEDURE: V Finance Committee completed action -
V'V'.V 'ff. discount on purchases made from
:
NEW RULE 3g): Whoever attempts .V yesterday on a massive $11.5
local merchants by showing their
to commit the offense of V k billion tax reduction program, the
ID cards, but the plan faded after
..... .
stealing as defined by Rules 3a) ----- biggest In history.The .
last elections.
through 3 (f), and In such attempt SHE'S SMOKING A PIPE, BY THE WAY top-priority bill would slash year's campus

does act toward the Hendrlck's V.O.T.E. Party resurrected -
any tax rates for virtually every U.s.
commission of such an offense; In line with a trend rumored catching on at UF-- taxpayer and corporation. Two- the idea and has modeledIt

but fails in the perpetration coeds taking to pipesmoking in place of cigarettes after thirds of the rate reductions wouldbe into its proJXsedform. Accord-

thereof, or is interruptedorprevented the government's recent effective this election year,the Ing to Hendrlck, the program Is
report on cigarettes.See .
in the execution of the balance starting Jan. 1, 1063. based on a survey conducted last

same, shall be guilty of stealing. ( story page 2)) (Photo by Carolyn Johnston) WAGE EARNERS would feel the trimester by Secretary of Student

HONOR COURT RULES OF Impact of the cuts the first week

CIVIL PROCEDURE: after the bill Is signed when their

RULE 2a): Change "request"to Know SG Fairytale paychecks Increase due to lower

"petition". federal withholding rates.

RULE 10 (a): add: The Chan- Democratic leaders plan to call

cellor shall vote only in case the measure up for Senate action
of a tie vote. Says Kennedy Says HarshawEditor's either the end of next week or

RULE 10 (b): Delete old rule. the first of February. Prospectsseem

Add: A Board of Masters con- good that the bill would clear
Note: Ken Kennedy is (Editor Note -- Frank HarshawIs
sisting of three law students shall Congress and be signed Into law
the Gator Party candidate for the V.O.T.E. Party candidatefor
be appointed by the Chancellor.The by the first of March.In .
student body president.) student body president.)
Chancellor shall designateone a last-day lunge, the com-

of the members as Chair- mittee first voted a huge $455
By Ken KennedyDo By Frank Harshaw HENDRICK DENSONAffairs
man. The Board shall sit with million reduction federal excise

the Court while hearing the case taxes, then reversed Itself and
you know your Student Gov- IT'S EVERYWHERE it's Fred Lane. The
and render an advisory opinion. ; every- restored the cuts on an almost surveyof
RULE 13:Change"Upon reach- ernment? If so, you are an apparent where: one political fairytale! How straight party -line vote in an local merchants was made In an

Ing a majority opinion the Board minority of University of Is it done? -- take a powerful afternoon session. effort to find an acceptable alternative -
Florida students. and their finances to the Merchants' Dis-
shall" to "Upon reaching a group of fraternities The reversal came after Presi-
majority opinion the Chairmanof I don't know mean merely know- and hide them behind a dent Johnson personally took to count Plan.
ing the names of a few people candidate who says he's "disap-
the Board of Masters shall". the telephone during the noon
active in Student Government or pointed with student government." "All that plan (Merchants' Dis-
RULE 14: Add: The Chairmanof recess and expressed his outrageat
the name of current Political IGNORE HIS PASSED-UP count) succeeded In doing," Hend
the Board of Masters shall the excise cuts.
parties on campus. to in student rick said,"was to antagonize mer-
sit with the Court in an advisory CHANCE serve gov- Overall, the decisions made by
By knowing Student Gov- close friends chants and jeopardize the future
capacity only. The Chancellor your ernment when his the tax-,writing senators through a
ernment, I mean knowing the struc- held elected student government closed success of any such program. It
shall preside over the Court to total of almost five weeks of "
ture of Student Government --what offices, tell the tale until election was a failure.
facilitate orderly discussion. door sessions raised the price tag
it is designed to do and what it day, and hope independents sen-
NEW RULE 20: These rules of the$11.1 billion measure passedby "To call the original programa
adopted as amended on 16 Jan- the (House Sept. 25 to about
discount plan is to in
uary 1964. (Continued on page 4)) (Continued on page 4)) $11.5 billion. semantic make-believe."engage

"Too few items were included,"


I I Drinking Crack-Down SlatedBy I the-way it Hendrick offered filling said.II gasoline station.For at "an Instance out-of-,



In the meantime, present SG
PHIL Writer GEYEH falsify identification to buy said Registrar R. E. cards are not considered officials have come in for
Staff
alcoholic beverages will be Johnson.No ll'galidentilication, and that criticism from those most closely

The State Beverage Department arrested along with the proprietor special I disciplinaryaction liquor license! holders have associated. with the former dis-

is "cracking-' ," said Wells. will be taken incasesof been advised not to accept count plan.

down" on drinking minors, "Arrest will meanftnger- students being arrestedfor them. James L. "Jim" Graham, 4LW

including UF students."If printing and a permanent violating this law, said Draft cards or driver and Student Party candidate for

you are a minor and criminal record. criminal Dean of Student Affairs Les- licenses are acceptable age president In the last electlonsald,

possess alcoholic beverages, record makes it difficult to ter Hale, identification. "I think it was a real good plan.

you can go to jail," State be admitted some colleges "We will follow the pro- What happened to it,I don't know."

Beverage Agent A.E. Wells or to be admitted to the State cedure now in effect. Each

Bar, and in many cases may case Is judged on its own Donald N. Denson, 4LW,
said.Wells
was on campus yesterday jeopardize future jobs," he merit. Graham's running mate and one of
to inform studentsand added.' "We are in sympathywith the Merrh"ntDiscount Plan's

administration the recent The university does not the be\'eragedepart- architects, believes "the idea

clamp-down by the State have a firm policy on admis- ment In its new drive, and had possibilities. We really triedto

Beverage Department.: sion of students with will cooperate with them as i get It going In the spring before -

"We want to inform the criminal records but does much as we can. r the elections. V.O.T.E. Party

minors of the possible pro- require good conduct as a "This is a social problem f had a platform promise to con-

blems they face if they get factor in admission."In they are dealing with, not tinue the program."

caught 'Taking a little making decisions on just something aimed at the "Not so," president Hendrick

drink'," Wells said. border line cases, a crim- students," Dean Hale said. retorted.

"Persons under 21 who inal record can be the Beverage agents advised ,_ "Our platform was to expandthe
drink in public places or feather that tips the scales," that student activity picture service to students and makeIt
more practical."



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44; 1_ AIh1 "The Florida Alligator is Irresponsible -

and a plum for
*
Greeks," charged George Beebe,
managing editor of the Miami

Herald. Censor Fear
Beebe, who visited the UF Wednesday -
to interview journalism

students for summer work, said Keeps PaperIndependent
e1P he felt Florida had one of the top
journalism schools in the nation,
but that the school and the students -
were getting cheated by not
having the Alligator in the Schoolof
TA.x Journalism. BY BECKY JlIIN

Presently, The Alligator Is governed Staff Writer
by a Board of Student Pub- Student: lear ol cerisoi-.riip has
lications and leads a separate exIstence kept The Florida Alligator trom
from the journalism) becoming a part ol the H vhool
r. of Journalism and c om111unl-
.. b... school.
.
'rJ&>: cations.
'The Herald !hires graduatesfrom
SOCRATES VS. THE PEOPLE Iowa, North Western, Nebraska And students rightfully. should

.in Dr. Didier Graeffe's play of the same name, set for a one-night stand at North Carolina,Oklahoma, fear censorship.' said Rap
O. Weimer, Director orthl'c'hool.In .
at 8:15. From left to right Dr. Walter Herbert and Florida. All these universitieshave
University Auditorium tonight their student publicationswithin an interview prompted by

05 'Socrates,1 Raymond Beirne as 'Plato' and Dr. David Stryker as 'Aristophanes. their journalism schools except comments concerning control I of
Florida, and the result 1:? ,\ the Alligator made by Miami
superior product to Florida's," Herald Managing Editor George
Coed A Trend? said Beebe. Beebe, Weimer said the Alligator
Pipe-Smokers "I'm aware of the general would be better: off in the hand: :
criticism of placing the Alligatorin of the school.
"You, young lady; Oou're smok- said Elayne L. Hastings, 4JM. mate the decrease of cigarette the journalism school is faculty '"But," Weimer said, thb
ing a cigarette! You're going to Evidently she's not alone in her sales, hut he believed that it had control. "I don't feel this School would never take the Alligator .
die!" sentiments. Alex Bllziotes, one dropped some.Raymond is a valid criticism if the paper i unless it had sole control
Then what is left for the ner- of the owners of Mike's News and A. Rummel, Assistantat has responsible editing," continued and responsibility for it."
vous girl to do but bite her fingernails Book Store, 116 S.E. 1st Ave., the Reseat vii, Engineering and Beebe. And by sole control and responsibility -
? said he has sold at least 12 pipesto Industrial Fxpnrl ment Station, "The trend in the newspaper Weimer explainedhe
Continue to smoke anyway No girls in the last 3 or 4 days. said girls shouldn't smoke at all. business today is specialization.This doesn't mean censorship."You .
this is not the answer when the lie added that several shave Most people smoke pipes because calls for professionallytrained have to get down to a definition
recent federal report on cigarettesis come in to buy pipes for their they think they won't inhale. But personnel. No newspaper of terms," said! \Veimer,
still fresh In the mind. girl friends. Bli/iotes said he according to Hummel, people whether it be The Alligator or "What they call censorship, I
Then what is left? had women's pipes for their girl inhale pipe smoke too so there's the Herald can afford to put out call good sound supervision, de-
Some girls have the answer -- friends. Bliziotes said he had really nu reason fur smoking them. anything but a quality product, andI rnanding good journalistic' prac
pipes. women's pipes in stock, but most Many students think it Isn't'fe- I believe the Alligator could be tices."
Pipes aren't just for men.Times have gone and the girls are buying minine" for girls to smoke pipes. the highest quality if it were governed "Student Government thinks
have changed, and so have small men's pipes. But Theodore J. Crona, 4EG, hada by The School of Journ- they're better oil owning the Alligator -
customs."I Since Christmas,Bliziotes said, different idea. alism," said Beebe. and rum:ing it. and from
don't believe that women he has noticed definite increasein "1 wouldn't mind girls smoking Hoi Ida has excellent Journ- their point of view, 1 can understand
are inferior to men. If men can his sale of tobacco and pipes. pipes, because I already have two alistic talent that is ignored in it," said Wttimer.
smoke pipes, then so can women," He said it was too soon to esti aunts who dip( and spit snuff.:' favor of political hopefuls and "But from a professional pointof
status St ekers who use the paper view, the Alligator has many
as a tool for self advancement," shortcomings."And .
SPECIAL RECORD SALE saiciIh't-'hl': from the university's pointof
view, it would be better oft
D Phi E's HelpThe in our hands. The Alligator is such
a powerful vehicle that it reflects
Complete Angel CatalogueExcept Delta Phi Epsilon sorority on the whole University,'' he said.
ff
O will participate in Sabbath services "You hive to decide whether
tonight at the Hillel" Foun-
"Great you want agoodprofessiorrauowsPaper : -
of
Recordings Century"Reg dation. Marsha! Kramer, I) Phi i h '-
: with sound journilislit: practiccs
president, will deliver a speech
the tudt'lIlIII: "
or a paper !\
Disc. All Capitol Classics certain traditional aspects of the usi> to voice their pros: mil I ,one"
Jewish home.
$3.98-$2..66 their pitieiiMKes-a jjlivtluiu:.
The girls will be !hostesses: : at
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CandidatesWill I V.O.T.E.continued I I GATORcontinued I Iis

DebateAll ( from page 1))
( from page 1))
not designed to do, what it actually itially of a series of articles In
students may submit their sltlve to qualifications won't botherto front line next year in keeping accomplishes and what it the Alligator written by myself
questions to the student body pre- vote.A student government in contact with not. and other members of Student Gov.
sidential hopefuls, who will be debating PRETTY DESPERATE GIMMICK the student body. does further an understandingof ernment, by former presidents of
I mean
this Wednesday night at the ?-Yes. For four consecu-
the student
THIS MEANS keeping the Pre- the machinery itself -- how body, and, hopefully
University A;:dHorlum.Dill tive elections, the opposition was
sident's office wide open to you policy is set, how decisions are by some outstanding members of
Woods, president of the "extremely pleased with StudentGovernment"
last and your friends! It means keeping made, how things get done. our faculty who have served as
freshman class, announced that the until losing
representatives in every dorm Certainly we can't expect every advisors to various areas of Student
freshman council will sponsor the spring. But since thenthey'vebeen
Government.
have detailed knowledgeof
section. student to
debate beginning at 7 p.m. "disappointed." And the successof
Complementing
the intricacies of gov- Alligator ar.
many
Students who wish to submit the gimmick hangs on the ques- ALSO it means a new emphasisin tides will be
ernmental operation. But I thinkwe a series of dorm-
questions must turn them in at tion: "How many of the people can student government. I expect talks and
itory discussions.
and should
Room 8 of the Florida Union between be fooled how much of the time?" student government to look to the can encouragea These
practical knowledge on the partof discussions will be held in con-
I AND MY FELLOW V.O.T.E. RESULTS in
today and 5 p.m.Wednesday. future -- to show
students can Junction with area and hall .
as many as we councils
independents need your help. Call serving students.But abstracts require -
Involvement of stu- some of which have
Advance and a broader already
SeenIn
Byron Groves (Murphree) 29167; concrete application: strong
expressed an interest in
dents in Student Government.Lack sucha
Chalker ) 23621 to decrease
Becky (Rawlings ; opposition 10 efforts
Real EstateThe Joe Marine!!! (Graham)29118;Pam student football seating rights; of knowledge and under- program.I .
standing is one of the largest con- firmly believe that such a program .
Falk (Jennings) 26381; Jay Wer- specific socials and entertainmentfor
Department of Real Estatein theim (Tolbert) 29128; Judy a decent social life; nego- tirbutlng factors to student apathy. is greatly needed and would
the University of Florida's ColIfji Muggins (Yulee) 29166; or Mike tiations to rescind compulsorythree I propose to Institute :an Infor- be an effe give start toward establishing

of Business Administration Stratton (Hume) 29495. trimester housing con- mational program to acquaint stu- two-way communications -
h..s been changed to the Depart- EVEN IF YOU'VE NEVER had tracts; cost-free campus trans- dents with their student govern- between students and their
rn nt of Real Estate and Urban experience in politics, you'll enjoy portation, changes in "re- ment. Student Government. It would help
Lund Studies, it was announced working with the V.O.T.E. party. stricted area" traffic regulationsand This program would be as objective bring Student Government back to

yesterday.Dr. You'll enjoy talking with the can- In speaking out on academic as possible, expounding the students.
Donald J. Hart, Dean of the didates and seeing the politicians problems. the value as well as the weak-
College, said the name change scurry around to get the word THE PROBLEMS OF STUDENTSin nesses of student government on UF PhantomHits

more accurately reflects the level, ut on campus.of the dorms, off-campus, and in this campus. Student Government
quality and academic nature of the the uncommitted students to suc- married housing must become the itself would be the subject -- not
programs of study and researchby ceed, and because I expect the immediate problems of student any single political party. AgainUF's
the department. students In the dorms to be the government. We want your ideas. This program would consist in-
Phantom Gooner has

THE BELL TEL-EPHONE COMPANIES struck V.O.T.E.again.Party chairman

I John R It c h said yesterday

much of the "poop" put up
SALUTE : BURL RAINWATERWhen on campus "greenboards"had

been taken down duringthe

Burl Rainwater (B.A., 1958)) reported to SouthernBell tricity course to show what the new devices could do. night."I .

in 1961, he coordinated the Bell System Census Projectin The textbook the two men developed for the machines was can't accuse anybody
Tennessee. Working out his own guidelines for collect later copyrighted and published.With since I didn't see them," he

ing data, Burl analyzed his results to forecast household such achievements behind him, Burl is now carry. said. "All I know Is we put
growth during the Sixties for each telephone exchangein ing out other interesting assignments in the Knoxville Com them up last (Wednesday)
Tennessee. mercial Office. night and they aren't there

Success on this assignment earned him a new one where Burl Rainwater, like many young men, is impatient to now.The"
he also had to pioneer. When told 1 to study the possible make things happen for his company and himself. Thereare one had previous night some-

application of teaching machines to telephone training, he few places where such restlessness is more welcomedor a Gator mysteriously Party banner."gooned" -
and another emplojee programmed an entire basic elec. rewarded than in the fast-growing telephone business.
"Maybe It was the same
r people who got the G ator Party
banner he said.Election.
; ,
@ BELL TELEPHONE COMPANIESI


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I Meeting Cut

Members of the Student Boardof
I Elections met for an abbrev-

I I : iated session yesterday afternoon.,

I The session was adjourned after
about 10 minutes and a charge
I concerning the illegal posting of
campaign "poop" against the Ga-
tor Party was held over until the
next meeting. Reason for the

....; change was the failure of Gator
Party chairman Bob Wilson to

: appear at the meeting.But .
Gator Party Chairman Bob
Wilson said he was not informedof
.: the charges lodged against the
party nor was he advised that

there was a meeting of the board.
< "Gator Party would be glad to
,
1' '... ,..v".A'. : answer any questions concerning
r' election violations at a board
,
meeting," he said, "if the partyis
l Informed of the charges and the"
; time and place of the meeting.
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This is in addition to a few exceptional -
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S In U.S. Offers Aid RFK ReturnsBANKOK GOES

Self NO RESTRICTIONSWe
.ov- WASHINGTON (UPI) The Thailand, Friday
s United States declared its will- (UPI) Atty. Gen. Robert F. must make room for our

1 IOf, ingness yesterday to resume Kennedy left the Orient yes- spring shipments arriving daily.SALE .
s of aid programs In Panama if the terday, his peacemaking mis-
1 as government there guarantees sion on Malaysia accomplishedwith
itu- the safety and freedom to travel agreement for a cease- 1i
of U.s. personnel involvedIn fire in the jungles of Borneo

ar- the operations. and a summit meeting for the
The State Department announcement feuding chiefs of state.In .
rm-
lese came shortly after ordering the cease fire,
President Johnson conferred however, Indonesian President
'on-
for 30 minutes at the White Sukarno made it clear he has
Jun-
House with a special five mem'ady not abandoned his policy of
ber peace commission and arrangements "confrontation" against the
Such
were made later new federation. This policy
yesterday for the first direct Is one of international pro- i

: f;. U.S. Panamanian diplomatic test, short of a shooting war.
es talks In almost a week. ON LADIES'
1 -- Members of the Inter-Amer Castro Home FAMOUS NAME BRAND h

ican Peace Commission, set HAVANA UPI Premier
ler ( ) -
up by the Organization of American Fidel Castro returned secretly \ ..- FALL SHOES
k? States, voiced optimism from the Soviet Union yesterdayand
about the prospect of a settle- announced he will make a AND
ment after their meeting with television report on his trip $699 UP
Johnson."I .
tonight. FLATS STACKED HEELS
can assure the t
you approach lie landed at Havana International -
HIGH MID, LOW HEELS1,000's
of the President was a
at 8:40
Airport
a.m.,
OF PAIRS TO
most encouraging one,"'Chair- EST, after an 11-hour, 40 min CHOOSE FROM.
man Enrique Tejera-Paris ute flight f-om Kiev in the
newsmen as he emerged from Ukraine by way of Murmansk EXAMPLE
thr White House.Robbers. aboard a TU-114 Jetliner. $6.99 AND UP

First word of Castro's safe LESS 3.49
return was broadcast simul-
NabbedTAMPA taneously over Moscow and Havana -
radio stations.Faircloth YOU AND BROWN

Fla. (UPI) -- Two Running SIZES PAY $350 Up LEATHERS BLACK
young gunmen were nabbed by 4to10
police here yesterday only minutes SUEDES ,

after they had held up the TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (UPState !) VALUES UP TO 32.95 COMBINATIONSJVCJV
suburban Exchange Bank of Rep. Earl Faircloth,
Temple Terrace and made off Miami, announced yesterday he
with over $60,000.The will run against James W. SlltPMENTMEN'S
bandits were caught after Kynes Jr., Gov. Farris
they abandoned their car in a Bryant's hand-picked attorney
HAND SEWNLOAFERS
hail of gunfire from pursuing general.The .
officers. One of the gunmenwas 43-year-old lawyer-le-
wounded and rushed to gislator Indicated the Bryant I I
Tampa General Hospital. administration may be an issuein
The FBI said the Identity of the campaign.He .

the two young men,who appeared set out from the start to FAMOUS
in their mid-20's, was not modify the idea that he will
'd immediately established. be strictly a big city candidate. NAME BRAND



SIZES .HACK IROWN


:irdl. Print Sale Moston. 'Mold 6to12 Soles- SOLI COMPOSITION'nfect.d AND HEELGuara.t.ed $680

Seld Nationally
terl to Outwear at $12.tS per poi
gel Successful Ever UppersMONDAY

;of|

a- THRU SATURDAY 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M
the The sale of over 2,000 prints made last week's Print Sale In the

tfieH Florida Union the most successful ever held. 12 NOON 'TIL 7 P.M. ON SUNDAYS SALE DAYS FklDAY THRU MONDAY
torM| Approximately 3,000 people came to the Union during the first dayto

| of the sale, according to Mrs. Bonnie Herbert, cashierreceptionistfor ----,-

oh the Florida Union. Mrs. Herbert HAVE YOU VISITED OUR NEW LOCATION? DID YOU KNOW WE MOVED?
along with John Bernat, staffed Prof
supervisor and Bob Gruelle, administrative Visiting OUR NEW STORE IS LOCATED AT 915 NORTH MAIN STREET, FOOD FAIR

he assistant coordinated Stays 4 MonthsDr. SHOPPING CENTER. PLENTY OF FREE PARKING. COME ON INI I WE HAVE
at week sale.
I. the long ADDED THOUSANDS OF PAIRS TO OUR ALREADY HUGE INVENTORYI!
During the last sale moreprints
to were sold to men than women. Henry M. Burlage, dean e-
ng Mrs. Herbert said that a "tre- meritus and professor of phar-
ed mendous number" of men visit macy at the University of Texas,
ty the sale looking for travel posters, this week completes four monthsas
, sea scapes and the"more rugged" a visiting professor in the College SALE STARTS TODAY.
.
types of pictures. of Pharmacy here.
Although the Print Sale is not During his stay,here, Dr. Bur-
r held in conjunction with the C- lage participated in seminars and

courses.,the prints that are usually discussed research adhitles with
most popular are those the stu- faculty and students of the college.Dr. / #

dents have become familiar within l3ul'lageho was dean at SELF SERVICESHOE
class. After taking humanities the University of Texas Collegeof

er the students Seem to have greater Pharmacy for 17 years More
is appreciation of the artist and hiss he returned to teaching duties last t

works, said Mrs. Herbeit. year, said he was particularly interested -
d What makes one person choose in the concept of cooperation s
a Picasso or a Braque while another with the College of Medicine,
t STOR
)r may pick '-Monhegan Gold" other Health Center colleges aiul
n by Shumaker?: For some the the I'nhersity Hospital.
aesthetic value of the picture is
Dance Set
the only consideration while others
to find a picture that
are trying
a the theme
'A Visit to Sp.Un" is
looks in a certain room.
good
; for Friday night's Club Rendezvous -
The first Print Sale was held
LOCATIONCENTRAL
will NEW
record hop. All students
In 1959 that students could haw
so
1- be admitted free: of charge to the
11 the opportunity to obtain repro- dance which is scheduled from 915 NORTH MAIN ST.
ductions of master works. CHARGE LAY AWAY
8 p.m until midnight.
Proceeds from the sale are
,- Club Rendezvous dances are: student -
channeled back into the Union ..
-opef3ted Florida Union ac-
Operation Fund to be used as thities. _i iM
needed during the trimester.



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A 'Select' AudienceThe

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political stage at the UP is a funny-shaped arena.
Last week, members of both parties said they were definitely againsta
political debate that would not attract any people. ai
One candidate Rave, as an example, last year's debate between the SS
presidential candidates sponsored by the Freshman Council and heldon
a week night In the University Auditorium.The r,
event was a colossal flop. i I tt ft I
Less than 100 students showed up, all of whom were party memberswho / t r
had already made up their minds which way to vote. The Indepen- t LJalu
dent voters who were undecided were not interested enough to make
the night trip to the auditorium to hear a political debate. ;
But this week, the politicos, spurred by invitations from this year's

Freshman Council, decided to reverse their field and accept a debate ? t. ud11'' d'C?'+'1ll '1't 1 III II (IiI Ilia II III luiI ,\
under the same circumstances.It's .
scheduled for next Wednesday night in the University Auditorium. Over
Party's
Frankly, The Alligator had hoped for a realistic campaign this time The
but this decision to debate before a gathering of party members is
not exactly what we call being realistic.We CartoonsThe
would rather see the candidates go around to the dorm areas Where Are Yours ? \
and, perhaps, hold debates in each living area. Granted It would take Florida Alligator will buy
more time but we feel It would be more realistic approach towards editorial cartoons on a free-

Student Government political debate here on campus. questioning of Harshaw'sleadership lance basis. Contact the editor-
W.W.L. EDITOR: My ial departmemt of the Alligator
As a recent graduate, nowliving does not go unsupported In the Florida Union.
Of Food ServiceIn temporarily In Gainesville, I have if the orginal minutes of council
Speaking been viewing the present campus meetings were brought to the
political campaign. I couldn't help public's attention (student's atten- PropertyEDITOR
:osterday's Letters to the Editor In The Alligator, a letter appeared but notice candidate Harshaw's tion) I am certain many students
blasting the UF Food Service and their so-called "Greasy Spoon", statement that qualifications are of would question his ability also. :
the Tolbert Area Snack Bar. The writer asked that his name be withheld almost total importance in a pre- Furthermore, I am not sayingwho I wish to congratulate Mr. R.
from publlcaton and the letter was published without it. sidential campaign. I would like to will make the better Student Cates, Jr., 3ED of Ocala for his
Everything was wrong with the operation over there, the letter ask Mr. Harshaw a question: Body President, but I am criticiz- perceptive letter "Group'Invaded'
complained. The food was slow in coming, cold when It got there, "Where are yours?" Other than ing the perrenial cry of certain Ocala" which you published Mon-
and the help was terrible.We being vice-president (whose only candidates that they are most qual- day. It is encouraging to see that
have some suggestions for the writer and all like him who have legal and constitutional dutyIs fiied because they were vice-pre- the future teachers of Floridaare
complaints .. valid or otherwise' -- against Food Service. Instead of to preside over the legislative sident or treasurer. men of moral discernment as
putting your grievances in anonymous letters or complaining to your council) his handling of the councilwas Look into the issues and at the well as intellectual stature.
roommate, talk to the people in Food Service. inept and demonstrated alackof personalities, then decide. Those University people talked
They are the ones who can help you and they are the ones you must leadership. Neal Cooke about demonstrating for equal
see to accomplishment anything concrete.The I am not partisan to the other U.s. Army rights, but it should be obvious
people in Food Service have voiced to us personally and to the candidate Ken Kennedy, becauseI Arts and Sciences, A.B. that this wasn't their real purpose,
student body as a whole their willingness to listen to students aches have not met or watched him because Negroes in Ocala have
and pains. in student government; but whatI no more rights now that they did
Perhaps something can be done; perhaps it can't. But students who am saying Is that to elect a before.
are sincerely interested In bettering Food Service instead of Just candidate merely because he holdsa LETTERSPlease Just like Mr. Gates says,"equat
criticizing will make a sincere attempt to do more than just write major office in student gov- right" isan4lobscureterm"andso
antagonizing letters.We ernment would be to err. All interested the demonstration was "devoid of
do not mean this as an endorsement or a condemnation of Food students should look deeper sign all purpose." The only thing that
Service. But rather, it is a request to take your complaints to the and beyond the mere title of letters. Names really matters Is property. Segregation -
complaint department.Food and office to the accomplishmentsof -- unequal rights .. is
Service has said, the door is open. the candidate while in such a will be with- all right if the people who have

W.W.L.ROBERT'S position. held on request.Lodge property say it is. Anyone who
dares to disagree should be ar-
LETTER ATTACKEDEDITOR rested.


Ii'I Distorted And ContradictoryThese ForIt PresidentPresidential Name withheld


: ators for civil rights ignore this, declines were caused because -
is it any less a right? In this case people refused to face their has been announced that a candidate in 1960,
Mr. Wesley Robert's letter of some twenty states do guaranteethis responsibility, and forced It upon national STUDENTS FOR may be receptive to a draft
January 22 is distorted in its approach right to their citizens. This the state. This Is the responsibility LODGE Committee has been movement.
and contradictory in Its con- would not be possible under Mr. that Senator Goldwater would formed to solicit signatures requesting -
tent. It is typical of the liberal Roberts' system. As for equalityand return to the people. Ambassador Henry Students Interested in repre-
philosophy which is willing to let unemployment, no society can The most irresponsible thing the Cabot Lodge to return from senting the Students for Lodge,
everyone say what they want, as GUARANTEE these rights and still American people could do Is to South Viet Nam and seek the National Committee on this
long as the llberalestabllshment remain free. continue in the hypnotic spell of Republican Presidential nomin- campus and organizing a
controls all policy and legislative The reason for the decline of liberalism which would destroy the ation. It is expected that Am- campus committee should con-
matters.If many great civilizations has beenan self-reliance and individualismwhich bassadorLortge who has served In tact:
there is a reason for the growth over-centralization of power made this country great. the U. S. Senate, as U.S. Am- STUDENTS FOR LODGE
of the federal governmentotherthan rather than decentralization. Fred Hedges, 7EG bassador to the United Nations, Box 93Cambridge
expanding national defense, and as the Republican Vice 39, Massachusetts
it has not been because the people
have "demanded It." The real rea- Freedom Old Fashioned? The Florida
son for Its growth is that a few AlligatorServed

power hungry men have proposedits EDITOR: act accordingly. Sen.Goldw.ter
expansion to do things for In response to a letter by would do just this, and would by United Press International
the people which they should do W. W. Roberts in yesterday'sGator refrain from
themselves.If Sena'tor taking any stepif Editor ... ... .... ... ... .. .... .. .. .... .... walker Lundy
Barry Gold- more freedom was to be lost
Senator Goldwater's state- water Managing Editor ... .. ... ... ... ..... .. .. .. ... ... .Bill Fuller
was labeled as having than gained. If however more
ments "are exactly the kind of "19th Assistant Managing Editor ... ... .... ... .. ... ..John Askln
Centur'Iews.. This and freedom would be gained than
statements designed to fulfill other remarks Editorial Editor ... .. ... ... .. ..... .. .. .. Wayne Norfleet
by Mr. Roberts lost by an action, that step
Khruschev's prophecy that aSoviet that Sports Editor .... .. . .. .... .. .. ... ... ... ...Dave Derkowltz
imply only freedom is should be taken. (An exampleof
flag will fly over America", whyis something old-fashioned, and no such an action would have Wire Editor .. ... ... ... .. ... .. .. ..... .... Bob Thomas
it that the Communists don't longer worth the effort.In read- been the aiding the Hungarian Feature Editor .... ..... .. .. ..... .. .. .... Cynthia Tunstall
advocate states' rights? On the Ing either Conscience of Conservative Campus Living Editor .. ... .. .... .. ... .. .. ...Judy Lynn Prince
a freedom fighters in 1 19,6!): ,or another -
contrary, the Communists have or Why not Victory?: ." the aiding of the Cuban Editorial Assistants. ...John Hancock, Ernie Lltz, Glenn Laney and,
supported every socialistic, wel- one cannot possibly miss seeing freedom fighters in 1064.! ) Free- Gall Sobering Nancy Zimmet, Alan Campbell, Betty Wendt,
farlstic, and powercentralizingmeasure that the Senator's criterion for dom is an equally valid crite- Betsy Garrison.Reporters..Mike.
ever proposed.Apparent action is always freedom. Sen. rion in domestic affairs as well. Power, Jim Castello, Phil Hevener, Joel Gaston,
ly their error has now been pointedout Gold\vater's philosophy can be Douglas Molitor, Donita Mathison, Sally Stock, Kathie Martin, Carol
to them. properly summed up in his 1 am sure that the re are many Nobis, Ann Carter Joe Kollln, Pam Pulley, Agnes Fowles, Row*'
Mr. Roberts is troubled because statement 'America's goal who have not jet read eitherof Meserve, Bob DeLoach, Fran Snider, Fred Lane, Kathrlne Duda,
the laws of some of the statesdo should be to preserve and extend the Senator's well written Jean Fagot, Judy Teich, Evan Engle, George Mlms, Phil Geyer,
not conform to his particular freedom." All his actions and and easy to read books. If at Steve Vaughn, Don Federman, Becky; Quinn, Larry Zimmerman
IdeologyThere are many \\hofeel statements have been and will all possible Conscience of a Jackie Cornelius, Pat Hogan, Charner Powell, Patti Pltz, Gary
the same about the federal govern- continue to be with this goalin Conservative at least should be Williams, Don Davis, Terry Rogers, and Sue Haugsted. __.
ment. The federal government does mind. read. It will make strong arguments THE FLORIDA newspaper of
ALLIGATOR is the official student
not guarantee the right of an Individual I am aware that liberals findit for greater faith in the University of Florida and is published five times weekly except
to work at a particularjob hard to consider both lossesof Ameica's destiny. (The booksare during the months of is pub=
issue
May, June, and July, when a weekly
In which union membership is freedom short )
and gains of free- too. lished. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is entered as second class matterat
required. Just because most agit dom, to weigh the two, and then Lawrence M. Sarbey, 2l'C the United State Post Office at Gainesville, F'la.F .



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t f UF Coed ChosenFor
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lucky young lady at the UF, Judy Huggins, has been chosen for
Mademoiselle's National College Board.
ref iir eiti itcra uotc m The annual College Board Competition Is designed for women stu-

dents with talent in art, writing, fashion, merchandising, promotion,
6 or advertising. Board members were selected on the basis of entries
II
that showed the ability of each in one of these fields.As .
College Board members, they will rl'portnewstrom: their collegesto
Mademoiselle. They rre eligible to compete for the twenty Guest

: Editorships that will be awarded by the magazine in May. To win one

k of the top twenty prizes, they must submit a second entry to show their
specific aptitudes for magazine work. '
The twenty College Board members who win Guest Editorships
1 .ti will be brought to New York City for the month of June to help write,

Illustrate, and edit Mademoiselle's 19C4 August college issue. They
dE. .... will share offices with the magazine's editors, advise the staff on

A NEW METHOD FOR CRAMMING campus trends, interview well-known artists and.writers, and repreProf's -

r .seems to have been discovered by this lucky student. Will "painless learning"become sent the magazine on visits to pub-
lishing houses, stores, and advertising -
- a potent new defense against the trimonster? Interested students are warned Art agencies.

against trying to listen to more than one book at once. (Staff photo by John Askins) They will also be photographedfor
the college issue, and will be
considered for future staff posi-
, PANDORA'S BOX On DisplayAs tions with Mademoiselle and other
. Conde Nast publications. As a
s special bonus, the 1963 Guest Ed-
you walk into the JenningsHall
lobby, you are immediatelystruck itors were flown to Swltzerlani,
,t Rush Over Sororities Move by the large bright canvases where they spent six days being
which are displayed. photographed In the mountains, and

3 P.R. McIntosh, professor of art, touring Zurich, Bern, and Geneva.

; With rush out of the way, soror- Plans are underway by the DG nation Ball Weekend. Tonight is was asked by the Scholarship Committee -
sties get down to various acti- pledges for their Anchor Weekend the formal party with the Icemen of Jennings to hang the
I vities. next month. A sister-pledge providing the music. The theme paintings, numbering 15: In the FraternallySpeaking

,I. The KAT neophytes flew their slumber party is on the agenda for Saturday night is a'"Go Jail" lobby and recreation room in an 1
kites yesterday in Norman Field for Saturday night Ginger Jochemwas party at Camp Ollna. The AChiO attempt by the dorm to integratethe
before initiation. elected freshman-sophmore Province President, Mrs. John dorm to
: as a pledge duty the class room and
I Saturday the neophytes will be In- representative for WSA. Weatherford, has been visiting the to give students more of a cul- Delta Sigma Phi is holding Its I
itiated. Also, the KAT's will have The house warming to fully initiate chapter evaluating the year's past tural atmosphere.The annual Sailor's Ball and Luau on
I a banquet at the Holiday Inn. the new DPhiE house has work. Jane Palmour has been most striking effect of these Saturday, February 1.Sailor's Ballis
, The Chi Omega pledges have been changed from the 24th to the chosen the Foreign Relations Com- pictures Is the color. McIntosh an international celebration of

f been keeping busy decorating a 31st. The open house is welcometo mittee chairman.For said he uses these bright the fraternity and every Delta Sig
room in the pediatric ward at the all at 8 p.m. Maureen Schwartzis the sororities that were not colors to give meaning. People chapter observes it.
t the elected WSA mentioned this week,we extend our react to different
Health Center. In conjunction with newly repre- colors in dif-
that altrustic project they also sentative for Jennings hail most sincere apologies, and invite ferent ways: and thus create a
their social chairman to send The Original Playboys will pro-
work with the children in the even- Socially speaking, the DPhIE's had any mood or atmosphere as the viewer
vide music for the ball at which
,
Ing. The XO's are proud of Kay an exchange dinner with the news and notes from their groupto studies the picture.
Lundquist for being elected WSA Lam's Wednesday night. the Alligator office before every The dominant color used in the pledges and brothers select "The
Girl we'd like Most to be Shipwrecked -
junior representative. Slated for the AXO's is Car- Wednesday at 4:30 p.m. paintings are shades of blue.When "
With. Last year's winnerwas
asked her opinion of the paintings,
I Edie Kllllnger& of AOPi.A .
one Jennings coed replied "The
,
I Girl Scientists Study Elusive BacteriaBy painter seems to be producing an
atmosphere of emotion expressedby luau, which precedes the ball,
is under the
of
supervision Mom
"
the use of one dominant color.
After completing extensive research and performing Tennant, housemother, and the
JOY CHERRY This display is just one of the
excessive experiments, they wrote a paper on the pledge class.
Staff Writer many projects of the Jennings
Who says the field of science doesn't attract women? biochemical reactions of Moraxella-Mlmae and com- Scholarship Committee. Also dls-
Since bacteria found its way into the lives of Mary piled a routine method to identify this organism. In lays of the similar kind, bulletin All fraternities interested in
Anne Griffith and Sue Ballard, their: work has been this thesis the Interns reported biochemical studiesof boards and programs, present the promoting their group in The Alligator -
nothing but scientific. specimens obtained from the Communicable Disease student with various forms of cultural should bring or mall their
Seniors, interning in Medical Technology, Sue and Center in Atlanta, Georgia. Also Included in their experiences which rise to Information: to Campus Living Edi-
Mary Anne have become quite attached to a rare research were facts concerning the distribution of this enhance the scholarship aspect In tor, Alligator before Wednesday
organism named Moraxella-Mlmae. They were first rare organism which was clinically isolated from dorm !llf? afternoon.
introduced last by patients at the Medical Center.
to this unusual bacteria summer .
to Ann and Sue when their
Recognition came Mary
Guido clinical
Controni, Chief Technologist of the
selected to be read at the Florida Divisionof
paper was
microbiology laboratory at the J. Hillls Miller: Health
("pnlpr the Amt'r1canSoclety of Pathologists; and The American -

Society of Medical Technolo- ,
: gists last November.

Campus Events They: are currently awaiting acceptance ..i t -
for publication of their
study in the American Journal of

be in the Education Medical Technology.
A representative of the V.S. Army Mil
Placement OtfUe February C, 1, and 8th. Those: interested Upon graduation Sue plans a1t"I1:11
may contact Room 100 Nornnn Hill, 01 call C-3.G1::! e\t. M : 'chnolo;.:Y career inCal-
appointments, and applications. ili'iiiii while Mary Anne hopes to
2891( or 289G for Information,
work in >uuth I 1'lorlda.Mortar .
..

Pre-MedUol and Pre-Dental tudent must register; with Board
the Pre-Professional counseling office, Boom l 12 Flint Hall,
Friday. The deadline is Friday, February L I
Monday though .,
7th. Recruits t

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Mortar Board, national senior

Lawyers and law student may apply for ronui i-ion in \\om"n"s honorary', is tow considering -
the Air Force's Judge Advocate General Propi.u- tl.touph girls for rn rr.l'l-rsl.lp.!
Sgt. A.D. Cothran or Sgt. Richard Norman at the Air Fore Faculty and students who, :could

Recruiting Office, 208 S.E. l1rst Street, b>" ('.lll1n(1t.i.l'. like to ieconinien 4i'? requested to mail their _, .
I ,.' .
uHest1"n to Mortar Board, '
Florida I'mon. They should be sent ,
A Faculty Concert in the: University- Auditorium "ill be in b r January 27. .
Tuesday, January 28th. Guy B. Webb on the bas -barJtone The board is composed of senior i UF GALS' INVADE ANOTHER< FIELD -
Mill present a 5chul't'ft women who l.a-e distinguished
and at the piano
Russell Danburg
as Sue Ballard and Mary Anne Griffith pose at a
son cYcle: "Die Schone Mullerin". themselves in the fields: : of scholarship -
leadership and .enice. microscope during bacteria research work.



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Union. Small


nold iool.Littlewood Realty 3 bedroom Co. 2-3522., 2 Elementary baths.(B-77-Call handles.leather Its purse being I would with returned really brown appreciate ,to leather cream me.- 'r om or row' Reveals '


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ioned.ARTMENT Like furnished a small alr-con-homear Sobering 5982. papers, 921 S.W.are inside.8th Ave.Gall 2- World Sans feelingBy

campus. Also room In prl-

e home with or without kitchen
lvlleges. Home atmosphere. DON FEDERMANWe fittest truly survive, but do little its preoccupation with money,

|0410. (B-67-tf-c). ALL EYES ARE more. morality, and acts of denial. Cay-
L. live in a world without feel- This is how Andre Cayatte sees atte's hero is the individual who

RNISHED 2 bedroom apartnt. ing. Man Is but a vestige of him the world in his poignant film, achieves an Indifference to this "

Half block from campus. ON self. Caught between our feelings "Tomorrow Is my Turn." world, and, through love and compassion -
YOU" and the Yet the world Is finds freedom denied i
tchen with electric stove and conflicting demands of con- not so Important a

Ifrlgerator. Suitable for up to vention, we have become a race to Cayatte as the people those bound up In the world. This

of frantic, screaming, dehumanized who typify it and try to escapeor hero does not find himself forced
family. Available
girls or a WHEN YOU
ADVERTISEIN
U. 1st FR 6-4300 evenings bet- be..igs. It is all like some transcend It. Cayatte's worldIs to choose between conflicting alternatives -
I THE ALLIGATOR Darwinian nightmare where the that of the middle class with for he has always known
B-78-3t-c .
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what to do.
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In this movie, the hero Is Roger,
)R INFORMATION on cooper- Call 6-3261 Ext. .2832ft a baker who will someday Inherit
live apartments In new Universityk Seek
Barry Boys
his in-law's bakery. He has no
developmert write P.O. Box
desire for the bakery and his only 11
\025 Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Is his wife Alice whose
concern ,
5-80-10t-c). Innocence Is already being
PDUBLE > P Keystone GOP Votes
__ destroyed by her empty parents
ROOMS FOR RENT.Prate d
When Roger returns from the war,
entrance, maid service,well- HARRISBURG, Pa. (UPI) -- Pennsylvania supporters of U.S. Sen.
he finds her a mirror Image of
ated. $22.50 per month. Call Barry Goldwater were expected to continue their drive for national her mother.

9222. (B-76-5t-c). convention delegates following yesterday's disclosure of a secret meeing
f -4 There Is also a Journalist named
&
(.. between Goldwater and Gov. William Scranton.
Jean who Is too Intelligent and too
MODERN bedroom Co,
ARGE, The governor revealed at his bound up in the world to escapeit.

artment. Completely furnished weekly news conference he had Ills mistress wants the easy

blL.ks from Campus. Call 2- Educators met Jan. 17 with Goldwater, a declared life, and finally leaves hem when

|G40 after 5 p.m. preferably presidential contender, at he decides to give up his newspaperJob

tween 5 and 7 p.m. (B-77-tf-c). the Arizona senator's Washington in order to marry her -- this

M MMMMW BMBMMHBMMVVMMM a M AM ** apartment. But Scranton failed to despite her being a Nazi colonel's

UPLEX 1 bedroom apartment, SoughtGAINESVILLE win support for his position of mistress.In .

jrnished, full tile bath. $65 a keeping uncommitted the state's

onth. Call 6-8144. (B-79-3t-c).
64-vote delegation to the San Fran- between the beginning and the

MMMMMMMMMMMMMi MM HHManBM -- Representatives cisco convention which begins July end of the war, the two men are
OOM IN NICE HOME for male of the Department of the 13. brought together as prisoners of

tudent with car. Call6-1710.B- Army come to the UF campus Feb. Scranton refused to tell news- the Germans. Roger becomes very

9-tt-c). 6-8 seeking educators for men what response Goldwater of- close to the family. Jean uses

overseas teaching Jobs. fered. But the senator, contactedIn the young coquette of the familyin

Situations Wanted The teaching positions are for New Hampshire where he is order to escape. Roger remains -

Instructing dependent children of campaigning for that state's primary behind to help the familyas

the Department of Defense said he would not interfere
per- mobilize
:HILDCARE $8.00 week ($1.60ay they to war. In the

[ ). Babysitting .40 hr. (anytime sonnel stationed abroad. with anyone who was moving In end, Roger Is left with the young

) Ironing $2.50 basket. Call The Overseas Dependents'Schools his behalf. girl, but their relationship is Intensely -
Program provides ele- The Goldwater statement was
-7601 pure. When he sees what
120 N.W. 9th St. (F-79-
t-p). mentary and secondary school Interpreted as a signal to his Key- his wife has become, he leaves

posts; in all basic subjects and the stone State forces to continue their her to find the girl in Germany.The .

foreign languages; jobs for lib- delegate hunt. There have been

rarians, guidance counselors, pockets of Goldwater strength In
amazing thing about
-'I dormitory supervisors, and prin- southwestern Pennsylvania, and CayatteIs
that his characters crystallizeall
cipals. support for the westerner recentlyhas
the forces at work in society.
Overseas teaching requires a come to the surface In the
3hits* 2 in Color Scenes like the opening scene in
minimum one year appointment.Basic Philadelphia area.
the and that between
bakery
Robert Mif.hum salary for school year positions Scranton, mentioned as a dark Roger
and Alice in the beginning and end
begins at $4,535 for instruc- horse possibility for the GOP
"RAMPAGE"DEBBIE
of the movie for
are breathtaking
tors and $7,030 for 12 months. nomination, has stated he is nota
all that they reveal.
.... .. :. Detailed information may be obtained candidate but Is willing to acceptan
from Thomas A. Anderson "honest and sincere draft." lie
Cayatte Is a movie-maker with-
M. assistant professor in the Collegeof said he has sought to keep the out pretension. Ills view of the

.. v Education and coordinator of educational state's big convention bloc uncom- world is grim, but honest. has

.j((4tiu.t ..... placement, Room 110, mitted for purposes of party unity not relegated himself to nihilism,
Norman Hall; or by calling FR 6- and has offered to be its "favorite for amidst the
ReYNOlDS despair Roger does
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"THE CHILDREN'SHOUR"

NEW DELHI (UPI) U.S. Peace out," Shriver added. "I don't FLORIDA .. Charade: 1, 3OC,

Corps Director Sargent Shriverwas think people expect to be soundedout 3:12, 7:18, and 9:24.: Through

SATURDAY. ONLY! / noncommittal Thursday when about these things." Wednesday.

Not only Shits, Indian newsmen questionedhim Asked what his reply would be FLORIDA UNION -- Tomorrow

about his availability as a if he were asked to run as vice is my Turn: 7 and 9. Today

but3BIGhits vice-presidential candidate on the president, Shriver said,"!' don't : and Saturday.

L \ uC \. Democratic ticket this year. know what I would do." STATE -- Waltz of the Tor-
NOVAk't 1MON ASTAIREI
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lie said President Johnson had
Saturday. Starts Sunday -_
Waltz
t.: not sounded him out on the TaughtDancing
Mouse of the Moon and RoadRunner
) question. lessons, from waltz to Revue.GAINESVILLE.

w t I "And I don't want to be sounded jitterbug, will he offered to all DRIVE-IN -

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LBJ Talks On Baker



cerned at the time of the heart attack.
WASHINGTON (UP)) -- President Johnson com-
Mrs. Johnson and their daughters, Lynda Bird and
mented briefly on the Bobby Baker case during a
Lucy Baines, had interests In the station, Johnson
meeting with newsmen concerning Panama problems.
explained. He said the firm wanted his wife and
about the
Johnson volunteered his Information
to be protected if he should die.
daughters
while meeting
a insurance matter and the phonograph
"The insurance premiums were never included as
with newsmen to Issue a statement on the U.S.
Johnson said with referenceto
position in the Panama crisis. He was asked one a business expense,
question-"How are things going on the Hill?" -and tax returns, "but they thought it was good business

after talking about various items of legislation he practice."

mentioned the Baker case.
The President recalled that "an insurance policywas Johnson said the Insurance was purchased In Wash-

written on my life some seven years ago" ington and Reynolds got commissions on a portionof
after his 1955 heart attack. the premiums while commissions were paid on

"I'm still here," he added with a grin. other premium amounts to George Sampson, general

He said the L.B.J. Co. in Austin, known as the agent for the Manhattan Life Insurance Co.
Texas Broadcasting Corp. since Mrs. Johnson moved "We have paid some $78,000 in premiums up to
into the White House in November and placed her date," Johnson said. "Another $11,800 Is due in the

business holdings in trusteeship, was somewhat con- next month which the comnany will probably pay."
Then, without any urging from
reporters and while newsreel

.d pry Married Housing cameras recorded the story, the
rat AL
President mentioned the hi-fi

stereo which has figured promptlyin

the Baker hearings. The

Building DelayedFormation President described It as a gift

"from an employe of mine made
t
about five years ago."

: of the State Bond II and Schucht Village. He pictured the set as a gift
t.4L1)L Revelw Board has delayed the The apartments are to replace from the "Baker family."

v building of 11 apartment buildingsfor Flavet I which was razed to make "We used it for a period," he

married students for a year, way for the Nuclear Science Build- said.The
according to T.G. Carpenter, Ing and the apartments razed at White House said earlier
assistant director of housing.The the south end of Flavet II where this week that the record playerwas
Governor's Cabinet the new Florida Union is to go. given later by the Presidentto
GO FLY A KITE
recently granted $1,786,000 in Originally, construction was a member of his household staff.
.was just what these Kappa Alpha Theta girls decided bond funds for the apartments, planned to begin within the next Pointing out that he and Baker

to do. 2UC Jo Ann Zeigler and IUC Alison Conner vie which were to be located on South few months. had exchanged gifts before, the
Assistant director of HousingT.G. President said that at the timeof
13th Street between Flavet Village
for height. The rest of the sorority participated too.
Carpenter said he's not sure the gift Baker "had no business
(Photo by Johnston Photography) what the delay is, but attributesit pending before me" and he was
Recruiting to a "long agenda." The board convinced the former Senate

was formed last summer, the same majority secretary "expected

Universalist Fellowship time married housing construc- nothing in return, just as I expected -

Officer VisitsCaptain tion was to start. nothing from gifts I gave
1204 NW 10th Ave. The board was formed "to keep him."
everything on the up-and-up,"
11 to 12 Sunday Services Gary E. Little, Air Carpenter explained. Checks are
11 12 DeadlineToday
to Sunday School Force Recruiting officer,will head
made on interest rates, under-
the Officer Selection team to visit
writing fees, and other routine
Speaker: John Mayer UF January 28 and 29. matters. is the last opportunityfor

Topic: "Delinquency and The Family"Now The Captain, from Robins Air Before a bond is issued, the Gainesville freeholders to
Force Base, Ga., will be avail- State Board of Control and the register for the Feb.11 $6 million -
able to interview seniors from bond referendum.
Federal Housing and Home
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on these days. Registration books are
the
Finance Agency must agree,
All seniors, male and female, former to go into debt, and the scheduled to close at 5 p.m.
are invited to visit with Captain
today. The election will decide
latter to lend funds.
Available at Rutherford's Little and obtain information abouta
The bond then must be okayedby whether or not the city is goingto
commission In the Air Force. spend $6 million on capital
the Bond Review Board, and
Interested seniors may make appointments finally all documents must be certified improvements which includesan
University of Florida now for testing and in court as legal obligations. expenditure of $2 for muni-
physicals. Now is the time tU aWAY cipal service buildings.
Carpenter explained that this
for a commission after graduation.Are .
loan is self-liquidating, meaningthat According to the county officeof
payment will be made directly the Supervisor of Registration -
CLASS RINGS from Income from the units con- there were more
You structed. The loan is "just likea than 3,119 persons registeredwhen
the office closed at 9
far we're p.m.
mortgage as as con-
A Slow cerned," he said. yesterday.

The 208-unit village will be
Edwards Speaks
located on the hill north of J.
Reader ? Hillis Miller Health Center, according Gainesville developer and builder -

to Carpenter. Construction Hugh Edwards will be guest
A noted publisher in Chicago will be similar to that of Corry speaker tonight at the Real Estate -
reports there is a simple tech
of rapid reading which and Schucht Villages. There will Club meeting. The meeting
should nique enable you to double be 104 each of one and two bed- will be held In the Florida Union

your reading speed and yet retain room units. Room 212.
much more. Most peopledo
not realize how much they
could increase their pleasure, Nurses Will ConveneA
success and income by reading

faster and more accurately. workshop for nurse-anesthetists will be presented through the
to this ,
According publisher group efforts of the J. Hillis Miller Health Center and Alachua General
regardless 0
,
anyone
Hospital today through Sunday.
ent reading skill, can use this
simple technique to improvehis More than 70 nurses from all over the state are expected to attend
reading ability to a remark the series of lectures and discussions under the direction of Dr. H.M.

.\ able degree. Whether reading Perkins, instructor in anesthesiology.Ten .
stories,books technical matter, members of the Health Center faculty and Dr. Ruth Martinof
it becomes possible to read sen Alachua General Hospital will give lectures dealing with aspects
tenoee at a glance and entire of anesthesia and the cardiovascular system.

k ... pages in seconds with this The workshop will give the nurse-anesthetists a chance to become
method. acquainted with recent developments in the field.
To acquaint the readers of

Hardened to 210 Brinell! tt-npt-rcJ j nr'ncj.Al this newspaper with the easy-
to-follow rules for developing Wives HonoredNew UP StudentIn
jeweler why this is imuoitcni.
your rapid reading skill, the company
has printed lull detail Art ExhibitSteve
of its interesting aelf-training students' wives will be
method in a new book, "Ad- honored this Sunday afternoon. IT
veuturea in Reading Improve Pharmacy and Health RelatedSer- Lotz of Sherman Oaks,

GAINESVILLE'' S QUALITY JEWELERStk2rv ment" mailed free to anyone vice Dames are having a tea for Calif., a University of Florida graduate
who requests it. No obligation. them at the University Women's student, has three paintingsin
m Simply Bend your request to: Club from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. an exhibition running currentlyat

READING Mrs. Dennis R. Morrison is the Cummer Gallery of Art

MEMBER AMERICAN, chairman for the tea, assisted by in Jacksonville.
GIM SOCICTT 835 Diverse/ Parkway
. <,< 103 W. Univ. AvrArtcarvcd Mrs. Anthony Cusimano and Mrs., Lotz's paintings are in an exhibition -
J Dept. 3701Chicago George LeMasters. All wives of titled "Young American

A........ fc-*. 14, Illinois. new students may attend. Realists."
t For transportation or further information He Is currently earning a Masterof
t:. (a postcard will do) call Mrs. Robert E. Fine Arts degree in the Collegeof

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WASHINGTON (UPI President Johnson said Thursday that the
United States is willing to enter into discussions with Panama on the

J_ I Canal crisis if diplomatic relations are resumed.
*_ _. Johnson told a quickly arranged press conference that this countrywas
1PE prepared to "sit down in conference" with Panamanian authorities
_
: -1 30 days after diplomatic relations were renewed.
_Earlier, the United States had expressed willingness to resume aid
4''i programs in Panama if the government there guarantees the safety
and freedom of travel of U.S. personnel Involved in the operations.
Johnson, who met earlier with the five members of a special peace
commission, said the United States was willing to consider "all practical
solutions to practical problems' involving the administration of the

\\ canal.lie said the United States rec-
that there "thingsto
ognizes were
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___ T.. .' n___ about" in relation to the canal
LOTS OF SMILES. BUT NO DISCUSSION crisis.
The President gave his views as
.took place at a scheduled Religion-In-Life Week dormitory discussion in the the chief negotiators forihe. United

Murphree Area office this week. Dr. Ralph Thompson, professor of marketing States and Panama met directlyfor

center, and assistants Woody Leonard (left) and Dave Rawling, are shown waiting the first time since the Pana- J Iv
manian government broke off relations -
cheerfully. (Photo by Carolyn Johnston) last Friday.In .

his discussion of the dead-

'temporary' locked situation, the President
BuildingsOn noted that the United States had
stated previously Its readiness tq

The Af UF discuss the canal any"without problem limitation.concerning"

On Way He said that until a settlementis

reached, he did not expect either
country to bow to pressure. John-
"Temporary wooden frame again, however, the buildings may removal, they will be removed. son said that the United States had
buildings used for classrooms, be on their last legs. "The expense Involved in main- an obligation to protect vital Interests -
student housing, and faculty Dr. Donald Hart, chairman of taining them is the biggest problem of the Panamanian govern
offices at UF are faced with gra- the Campus Development Com- we encounter. Because they lack ment.
dual destruction in the foresee- mittee, foresees termination of the insulation, heating and air-condi- The State Department announce-
able future. temporary buildings' use. So does tioning is out of the question. The ment on aid came shortly after
But don't pack your bags yet. Arnold Butt, UF consulting archi- fact that they are wooden buildings Johnson had conferred for 30 min-
The "temporary" buildings tect.Hart makes them a fire hazard," he utes at the White House with the
made their debut just after World Dean of the College of added. five peace commission members.
War II, intended as stop-gap mea- Business Administration, said the Slated for elimination soon are
sures to meet an increased enrollment present building program here will Building E, across from the main TROPICAL
problem until permanent gradually eliminate many of the cafeteria, and Building U, next to StudentInjured WEIGHT... 9.95
buildings could be erected.But wooden buildings, especially when the main library. Both will be up
somehow construction the encroach upon needed space. vacated when the new Architectureand TRADITIONAL

money was never found, and the "We won't tear down the wooden Fine Arts Building is complete.But styling... SLACKS '
"temporary" buildings achieved a buildings just for the sake of get- the new Fine Arts buildingwill
semi-permanent status over the not be large enough for the One person was Injured and a Your favorite low-rise, plain-
front Traditional styling .
years. ting rid of them, but when our entire college. motor scooter destroyed In an in comfortable
beautifully
With their "We knew from the beginningthat accident in front of the
construction on the move building program justifies Engineering tropical fabrics. Wide selection -
more space would be needed, Building last night. of newest colors and pat
but we were limited by the budget," The condition of Stephen R.Wag-
Cuba Shopping said Dean T.C. Bannister of the ner, 680 Tolbert Hall, driver of
college. the scooter, was unknown at press
I Some of the temporary buildingsnow time. 4

With BritainLONDON used by the college, such as His scooter collided with a car Je! J
Grove, will still be used after the driven by Howard P. Tompkins, i
new building is completed. Grove 19 S.W. 13th St. at about 8 p.m.
(UPI) Cuba was reported tract for the two cutter-section will be used for several years, Neither driver was carrying a
to be trying to place orders dredges wanted by Cuba. The architect Butt said. driver's license at the time of the 1111 W. Univ.rsity.AVI..
with British shipyards Thursday in dredges are to be (I' 2,700-ton accident, police said. .
"I hope to see the Flavets
an intensified new shopping effort capacity.'
student housing) soon
(married go
to overcome the American Indications mounted that further
blockade. Cuban purchases here are contem- also." Butt said.
"The fact that they are used
Well informed sources said plated.
doesn't enhance the JIMMIE HUGHESFor
for cooking
the Castro regime has invited bids Cuban officials in London have
from British shipyards for con- been predicting arrival of a Havana fire hazard problem.
"Flavet I will eventually be replaced -
struction of two ,dredges worth mission with a shopping list for GOLF
when the new Student UnionIs :
nearly $1.3 million for harbor equipment to rebuild provinces
built. Flavet II will probablybe Starter
work. damaged by hurricanes last year. and Complete Sets

It was the first time since Pre- The British insist that trade new torn women's down to dorm make and room per-fora Golf Clubs by MacGREGOR Men's-Womn's.Childrn'.

mier Fidel Castro seized power with Cuba is legitimate providedit new married student GOLF BAGS HEAD COVERS
that Cubans had attempted to place does not conflict with the Allied haps
housing," Butt said. GOLF CARTS BALLS CLOVES
orders strategic embargo list. But U.S.
with British shipyards.The
Hart said the "temporary"building PUTTERS WEDGES SHOES SOCKS
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order, if plated,threatenedto Secretary of State Dean Rusk said program is common at
generate new sparks in the United Wednesday theUnitedStates"can- almost every large college or university For TENNIS:
States, which has spoken not accept the contentionthat trade where enrollments have
Rackets ( and
Bancroft)
Dunlop
strongly the announceddeal with Cuba is comparable to ordinary -
against
doubled or tripled In the last ., I
by a private British firm to trade with any Communist decade.LARRY'S Presses Covers
sell 400 buses to Cuba. Washington country." Tennis Shorts Tennis Short. fir Skirts

also is showing uneasinessover for Men for Women
reports a British firm is
reconditioning Cuban Bristol RESTAURANTPRESENTS Shoes & Socks-Tennis Balls by DUNLOP

Britannia airliners. PENNSYLVANIA TRETORH. BANCROFT
Reliable shipping sources said
two Scottish firms are regardedas -
leading contenders for the con-
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Table Tennis:
Rovers PlayThe
just half a block from TABLES SET-

Rovers are playing for a PADDLES RALLS NETS POSTS ..-
dance at Hume Hall tonight. Refreshments campus on University Ave.
will be served and
admission is free of charge. OPEN 24 HOURS JIMMIE HUGHES

Everyone may attend. SPORTING GOODS-
Student and the
Government
Hume Hall Council are sponsoringit. Quick Service Good Food Pleasant Atmosphere till W. Uni"<.Py A.,nu FRcnklln 2-8212

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first meet against FSU in nine encounters.Last probably be speed ace Jerry Livingston. Livingstonholds
By DAVE BERKOWITZ season on their way to a 9-0 dual meet the UF varsity record with a time of 22.2
Sports Editor record and their eighth straight Southeastern Conference seconds.
r The UF swimming team faces its toughest com- swimming championship the UP swimmers Other swimmers FSU will count heavily on are
a petition so far this season tomorrow night at 8 whenit defeated FSU 56-39 at Tallahassee and 58-37 at Tut Heisler and Richard Abbott. Neal Allen and
takes on the tankers from FSU at Tallahassee.Both Florida Pool.Neither Larry Profumo supply the Tribe with its diving points.
teams are unbeaten, with Florida, 6-0,holding team has had difficulty encouraging enthusiasm What does UF swimming coach Bill Harlan thinkIt
wins over Alabama, Vanderbilt Suwannee, Emory, for the meets. Wednesday an effigy of will take to beat FSU?
t Georgia and Georgia Tech. FSU is 2-0 with wins FSU coach Dim Stults was hung on one of the light- "It will take 48 points to beat FSU, just one more
over Georgia and Tech. Against similar opponentsthe poles at Florida Pool by some UF rooters. than half the total possible," Harlan said. "Actually,
Seminoles ran up higher scores defeating Georgia, The Seminoles rely heavily on sophomores who I think it may all depend on the outcome of the 400
65-23, and Tech, 7421. Florida downed Georgia, helped them capture the victories over the Bulldogsand yard medley relay."
58-35, and Tech, 5738. Yellow Jackets. Neither team has yet been Harlan said the Gators can't afford to let FSU
The Gators have won the last three meets betweenthe pushed to its full potential.Mike go 8-1 (take both first and second) in any event.
two squads. In 1962, after a disputed defeat at Blouin holds the best time so far this seasonin The UF freshman go after their second win in a
Florida State's indoor home pool, the two teams met the 50 yard freestyle for the Seminoles with a preliminary meet against the Baby Seminoles at 7p.m.
at Florida Pool where the UF tankers won their time of 22.9 seconds. For the UF in the 50 free will Both teams are undefeated with wins over Georgia.

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the Orange League Bowling crown r 1 1t f f5TULT ,

Wednesday night as they downed ." '<., ,
Alpha Tau Omega, 1822 1643, ,. ,
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The TEP's gained the right to \
play for the title by defeating defending U' ,'_-: : : r.

League tltllsts, Phi Kappa
Tau 1"R41630 on Tuesday night.
The winners were led by high ; : ShroudsSEC
Mystery
man Ken Rotman with 390 pins, .
and Shelly Finman with 367 pins.
High for the ATO's were Johnny .
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Fly and Steve Brewer with 338 (w' t\t E Rule Plans
and 336 pins respectively. ... -L' :
Earlier in the evening the Blue -- --_. -----. .. .
1, '.. ATLANTA (UPi) A mantle 01 aucea recommendations only.
League bowling crown was taken SIN Ii ,:' 'f suspense was draped around the Commissioner Bernie Moore,
by Lambda Chi Alpha who defeatedPhi )\:., : : Southeastern Conference's annual following a long-standing policyof
Gamma Delta 1638 1547. ,; .
meeting yesterday as to whetherthe not commenting on SEC action -
Leading scorers in that contestfor '.,,:,, >I will raise its
athletic group ahead of time, advised only
the Lambda Chi's were Ron i$ :. '" grants-in-aid limit or let Georgia that the "140 rule" would be taken
Rotchbaues and Brian Boyd, 354 :,\ ; ,
"' f' Tech go Independent. up today and that he would announce -
and 332 pins, respectively. For ,. .j, "',w. ,
,a. :y : There was no official word from its fate at the close of
the leaders Walt Moc- ;: .
Fiji's were .
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>in .f' the day-long meeting of athletic that meeting.
kett, 352, and John Upchurch, 332. :'.: : <, ,,: directors and football coaches as Bobby Dodd, Georgia Tech athletic -
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week the and ; \
Next new Orange '
>'! :' to the stand the SEC will take director and head coac ,reaffirmed -
Blue league standings will be announced il"7 : 7'''' today on Georgia Tech's demand his unwillingness to remain -
the ;
in Alligator. : that the ceiling of 140 scholar- in the conference under the

MuralsENGINEERING ships be lifted. "140 rule". '
JUST HANGING AROUND The presidents, or their repre- Georgia Tech wants the rule
.. sentatives, of the 12 member, changed so that a school may give

was this effigy of FSU swim coach Bim Stults. The seven-state conference have the 40 or 45 new grants-In-aid each
Bowling: final say at the full business meet- year without regard to the num-
Chem .1570Aero.1396Indus. representation of the Seminoles mentor was constructedby Ing today and everyone insisted ber of scholarships, provided this
zealous UF fans. that yesterday's meetingpro- number does not raise the totalin

1407-Livil1381 n .. school above the 140 mark.
Under the Georgia Tech pro-
posal, with an extra or "red-
shirting" year included, It wouldbe
possible to have 200 scholar-
Cagers Upend Tribe,52-50
ship athletes In school under a
40-a-year rule and 225 under a
45-a-year rule.

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TALLAIIASSEE (Special) -- With two seconds left to play the scorein out the 140 limit failed last year
a 50-50 knot and a screaming overflow mob of 4,5001n a state of when the Dixie Dozen cast a tie
frenzy, UF guard Torn Baxley hit a pressurized 25-foot jump shot i +r rtl ?\ 6-6 vote. It takes a 7-5 vote to
to boost Florida to a 5250 win over Florida State here last night. change a rule.
Baxley's bomb preserved the Gator win after FSU had staged a Some officials attending
frantic comeback in the closing minutes. Florida had opened up its : J the, meeting, apparently a bit
biggest lead of the slow moving, ball control game, 50-43, with four miffed at Georgia Tech's threatto
minutes to play, when FSU came frightfully close to pulling it out. go independent, have said that

the 140 limit would have ended
The Seminoles turned some Gator mistakes into seven straight peacefully If the Engineers had
points and the 50-50 tie when, with the: Gators In control and the not applied pressure.
clock mining out, Baxley hit when it counted most. "Now, some schools which probably -
Florida played the game's final hectic stages without the services: of would have voted for the
playmaker Brooks Hendersonvlio sutfeied a rut eye while drivingfor change may stand firm just because -
a l.mip midway In the second hilt. they don't like being
The score was tied five times and dunged hands on seven occasionsin pushed," one official, asking not
a roundabout first half. The Seminoles, employing a shuffle offense, to be identified, said yesterday.
grabbed an early leaJ and mlInlalllehllkr\ two to five point advantage Another said that he thinks the
for most of the half. 140 debate is just an excuse that

.. Georgia Tech has looked up for
Hut theGatorswith eonsecutirefieldgoals bj'Dick Peek, Tom Baxley: : ', getting out of the conference.
and Paul Morton, rallied to tie, 21-21, with six minutes until inter
mission. FSU held a 32.31 edge when a Mighty lajup just before Daytona Honors
the buzzer gave Florida its JJ-3.2 Halftime lead -
This same ort of 'm>'bvlj's game play continued well into the 1. ,' Joe WeatherlyDAYTONA

second half, and with ten minutes to play! the S'OI't'S again all __ .....- .
... tied up, 434J.hen lIen.1..so. exited with the injury shortly there- ) BEACHUPI) --Daytona -'
alter, the Gators called ttml'outnd went into a semi-st.ill. THERE WILL BE MORE t International Speedway an-
I nounced yesterday it would name
The stall worked, opening up the Seminole zone defense. Two .of this for UF coach its new grandstand after Joe
.\ field goals by Mont Highlev and single ones bv Baxley: and Dick Tom- Norman Sloan \Veatherly, who was killed SundayIn
Ilnson later, Florida had its 50-43 lead. during a stock rare .t r RiversideCalif.
Then FSU came on to tie 50-all setting the stage for Baxlej's: : next week's action a- The joe Vitherly stands,
.
, t heroics at the end. gainst foes such as the nearing completion, will be on the
IyF" Dick Peek, with 13 points, and Bxxley: with 14, led the Gators in homestretch and hold 5,800
I scoring. Twelve of Peek's total were first half productions. Kentucky Wildcats. i persons.
I Florida's Baby Gators experienced defeat for the first time this I All of the stands at the Speeday -
season in the freshman preliminary, losing a hard-fought 89-87 .-. bear the names of great racing
t. double-overtime decision. drivers.



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SThe Florida I Li i I a t Theft Tries Now Under Honor Court Attempted theft his betn Add[tfd to the 1lst of tenor(tour I dfeinws. Xcuordiing Int' iiiw iul dopti'I Iin. |liVn student atteinjiig to ste ii titt stoppit.d ii the irt of dbunK >0 shillbinKtllty ofsteilinig. l tyiil iloinr ( out t rules theft and stuut t oudd lot be cone tedof stealoiL until titet be had iOTTlflittt'd iii, il. LIildet tiit niew rule, studteit fount enteiK u another student's room tt Take his wa11et rail be cImTvictedI Of stealing NV., re hi ihas taken i lth mon. y. Th115 lOw rule .,ing with others isted below were udoptiui by a majority vote of the lHoian Court IUstices and beconits effect vE Ont week I ro m tola y. Thi, following ii II. the lficial it:&iges in iontor ( out t p,,ntl and ONO (~t lT Bit LES DF PENAL PROCEDURE: NEW RULE 3(g): Whoever attempts to commit the offense of stealing as defined by Rules 3(a) through 3 (f), and in such attempt does any act toward the commission of such an, offense; but falls In the perpetration thereof, or is rnterruptedor prevented in the execution of the same, stall be guilty of stealtig. HONOR COURT RULES OF CIVIL PROCEDURE: RULE 2(a)Change "request"' to "ipetItton", RU IE IC (a): add: The Chancellor shall vote only tn c e of t tIe vto. P1UIE 10 (b): Ieete old rule. Add: A Board of Masters con1isting of thIiretlaw studiits shall be .Ipp)ited by the Chancellor. The Chancellor shall designate one of the member" asChairtman. The Hoard shall sat with the Court while heating the case and rend.'r an advisory opt nitn. P1.1I E13: Change"'Upon reach tng a majority opinion the Ihar i shall' to ''Upon reaching: majority opintin the C hat rmal, of the Board of Misle rs shall''. BilE 14: Add: The C hat imn (If the Bo.,rd ot M asterIN shall sit with lih. ( wuit im ii advisory capacity only .ilte ( Ittinelor stall press ide or ci the C ourtto facilitate otrdei ly Ii%( Usslont. NF.W RUiE 20: This'w tults adopted as tmtnrt~i oii 16Jnudry 1964. Drinking lgv P1111 stiff 4 -\ I W ite The stile ievei Igi I)pirtmnent is 'c I nt Lin down'' ole triniing iiio 11l, including t I students. "'If you Ire I tmieot itd possess alcoholic everages, you 'an go to jail,' Stile Beverage Agent A.d ells said. ~~~1 Alligator |MECHATSSTUDENTS MEET Discount pieTalks 111. l'lt seslni IbLOC iS I ptripbsLI plin to shop at sivinigs ii 1, Alstr, St l' niti P iiil itir P k aimnouizs ist news of allowing I v iin tigi I stliitlts IhI tiri>.tI 11105d Iv Sr I iti 'i thuse wt mi [ Its I 1 V Senate Finishes Tax SH E'S SMOKING ..In line with a trend rr A PI PE, BY TH E WAY rumored catChing on at UFcoeds taking to pi pesmoking In place of cigarettes after the government s recent report on cigrettes. (See story page 2) (Photo by Carolyn Johnston) Know 56 Editor's Note: Ken Kunnedy Is the Cator Party candidate for .student body president.) fly tort Keimouy Pr, yOU know your Student Gov.r lnent> If so, you are an apparent ninon ty of Itnivets Ity of I loria students. I don't know mean merely knowing the names 01 a few people active In Student Governnment or t tim. of cut t ini Politc a! pallti's (tn C Irnipus. Iy ki'owent your Stuleet CoyveZinmleetI i mean knowing the 5!runlture of Student Govermreit -what it s Ieegiett to 10 and whit it (Continued on pogc 4) Faryal Says Harshaw (Editor Note -Frank Fiarshaw Is the V.G.T.E. Party candidate for student body presiderli.) By F rank hlarshaw IT'S EVERYWIIEIIE; It's everywhere: one political fairytaleI How is it done? -take a powerful group of fraternities and their finatices and hide them behind a candidate who says he's "'disippointed with student government.'' IG N O F IllS lPA.SEl) -UP [I ANCEF to so, vi it student guy~ Ci imnt whttni les (lose fri.eds heir! elect
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Candidates WiIl Debate iIiriii I I is~ iriit5iiirt lb it | I lil[,i t15 iilLI 'Vii IY ilIl ri l' F~kITTI S of the li i a ii| ['~ltt I ri thmay i il. .m. Wnednesdayh. ) 29118; Pa Falk (JennIngs) 26381; Jay Wertheim (Tolbrt) 29l28; Judy Huggins (Yulee} 29166; or Mike Stratton (flume) 29495. EVEN IF' YOU'VE NEVER had experience in plltiCs, you'll enjoy work ing with the V.S.T.E. party. You'll enjoy talking with the candidates and seeing the politicians scurry around to get the word ut on campus. of the uncommitted students tosucceed, and because I expect the students in the dorms to be the TELEPHONE Ipt I urdhn. ~1 'rid it N't~ ito ->[ iii 'i A lZ-( it menus a IIA) UmpiiIi S ii student gnlvi umiet. I xeti student government to look to the future --to show IRl.U I'T i serving students. But dbst ri' Is quire concrete applh'aton: st OIg opposition tu efforts to iecrvasd student football seatiriK rights, specific socials and ente rtainmrirnit for decent social life; niegotiations to rescind comnpullwry three -trimester housing ton. tracts; cost-fre* campus trailsportatton, changes in "restricted area"' traffic regulations und In speaking out on' academnir problems. THE PHOBLEMSOFSTUL)ENTh in the dorms, off-campus, and in married housing must become the immediate problems of student government. We want your ideas. COMPAN IES I firilY A Ian dii %pI'I Ivtty anmmI 4ttI iO. ibit I thiuk ye .i .md sh.>ulri inourage I )rctItuI knowleelge cii tihc part (ii Is many stludents as we can, ad broadet rvolvemritit of stu dents lu Stiidentf Goveriin'it. stilliigison o he rest cltirbutinig fittor> to student apathy. Propose to institute informitional program to acquaint students with their student goverimernt. This program would be as nabJertivt as possible, expounding the value as well as the weaknesses of student government on this campus. Student Government itself would be the subject -rnot any single political party. This program would consist InBURL RAINWATER When lBurl lminwal'r BRA, I')58 reported t) Southern IMIl in I. hit l i uordiitatedl the Bell Svytemn Census Project ini TI'uni.s. Woi king 'ii Firs lawn guidelines for colledtig dtti, lirr ihiI i ls reiils to foreast household g iiit ii g tie Sixties for car h tn'It'1hone exthanige IC 11% Ili'1lit urde' urn Ioii to qititi the possiite tritity' course to show w hat the rnfeIw iuers oll Ii. The textbho.k the two men devcliip"d fi r the mar'hilues was later copy righted ai pubi'i hed. With such arhrvemuent% lhimi Fim,. Bni qs nil' arrowo ing tat other intiretirag ansgroments in the Knox' ilt (.inirme,' aI Oflire. Burl llail4lter. lh' twirl i lng 'mi' r5 uiltienit to miiake tig% llappni fr hii ilumpami d Ftiiiself. Thert rile few pbies whIer. su I resqlnnq s~ mm wili l'tI(Tid'( BELL TELEPHONE COMPANIES | F|l + 111 r1 1 11s | CNA To Offer Internships A,, xp) Tded pr gimlsml m tt'Inshrips for grauure sut'i i I phy s c l SClenlceQS, mithitm ill and e' Oliornirs has betn iUmOUT' tby Dr. Chaurles M. Mottlet~ er utI'e director of the C entict I Aa. .1 Analyse, in W .hui"rs ). C. Ie IJ& \A will emnrJoV a linl GAT OR ,.fvtsot to viitn, dent ( over rmelt. tiles will b) .1er itory talks aid di> iion | discussions will hw hil, junction with area mnii i cils, sonic of which hi. 0 expressed a,' milr est I frmly -believetht i gram is greatly iecded i be all effe. uve str rt myu a s tablishing two-way tim miL cations between student t Student Government. [t wyou I u bring Student Goverinmtent I i k to the students. UF Phantom Hits Again UF's Phantom Gioner Ii>. John Ititch said yeste .s had been taken down during the night. "'I c an't accuse anybody since I didn't see them,'' ie said. 'All I know is we piii them up last (Wednesd .' night and they aren't th,' The previous ni ght son.;, one had myste iously ,Ii ed'" a G ito, Party blii "Maybe it wis tiht siii' people who got the Gato, ift. banner''hsad Election Board Meeting Cut M1,mbiieis of th' studniH of Iluetioiis mnet for .ii i2H I maled sessic,, yesteiiltV if"0 o The sessii wais .djo'iI at tboul C0 mliittt .und I io ('orL(erining the illegal pot ii "t campaign 'poop'' wainit thb tor l'arty was held Gyi Untid next meeting., H.ason lo i change was the failure .f i i Party chairman Bob WilenI appear at the mCetiIW. Hut Gator Party Chil l Wilson saWd he wa, riot I ib' ill of the charges lodigedi Iagili 'li party riot was he idvisei III i there was a mesti rg of thr. I'' ii 'Gator Party would bI i i rniswe r any qjuestnitis Uiili clii election violatloll, it .1 b"ii meeting, ie said, off the tay is informed or the charges iiid time and pian'. ot the nrunlir ||' 1

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* eci itori fal S St. A V -N V A 'Sclect' Audicncc pI isaierniaI candidates spciohored by the 1'r'shman C'ountil .ini ed onaweek ilght in the Ipilvi, 'ity Auritoriurm. The event was a cbls .al riop. less thai, IOU students showed ups all of whorm weic party member, who hid already ,made up their nindtS whht h way to vote. The iulepern kint voter, who weTrC unde lted w.re not iliterestei enoughi to mn.k, the iight ti ip to the Auditoi turn to liar .4 pohhti('dl Iebit. hut this week, th,1 pouth b s, spin rnil by ltjYt'11ni4 fronm this yin !reshmniz trouriil, tie, id.'l to i everse their field ,rui icO.pt a debate ziader the same cirumistamt Vs. It's sc'hduleci for next Wtinesday night iln the University Auditor urn. I rankly, Thie AlIIIatoT had hoped for a realistic 'armpugii this tim. but this Pv'sin' to de,.,tt' before .i gathitrmrg of pal ty members is nbi exactly what we 'all being .'alistic. We would r ather sie thlt aiinlicaies go arohlid tn tihe do n areas and, perhaps, hold debates in each living ar ci. (,rantrul it would take m~or, ttme but we fegi it would be more realistic approachi towards Student Government polt cal debate here on campus. w.w.l,. Speaking Of Food Service In -'stiruday's letter, to the Editor In The Alligator, letter appeared lblatting the I F Focr) ser vice and their so< alled "G reasy Spoon'', the Toitx'rt Area Snack Biar. The writer askedthat his name be withheld from publicaton and the letter was published without it. Everything was wrong with the operation over there, the letter 'omlpi ained. 'The food was slow in coming, (01,1 when it got there, andi the help wa, terrible. We have some suggestions for the writer and all like him who have complaints -v'alid or otherwise -against Food Service, Instead of putting your grievances it, anonymous letters or 'omplaining to your romm'ate, talk to the people in Fool Service. l'h'y are the ones who tail help you aid they are the ones you must sea' to arromiplishment anything concrete. Them people in Fooc Se rvi 'ii haye voiced to is personal ly and to the stidenit lotdy is a whole thiIr will IngTness to I istein to students aches iind pailis. Perhaps something eIII be done; perhaps it can't. Hut students who at e sincerely interested In bettering Food Service instead of just criticizing will make i silncere attempt to do mnore than just write ant igomin g letters. We do riot mani is as ani endorsement or a condemnation of Food 8cr vi. But rather, it 5 .retluest to take your complaints to the I omlpl.rinI lepartmnent. I oHd Service hias s aid, tile (d0Cr '5 OPel. w.w.Ia. ROBERTS LETTER ATTACKED Distorted ElITOH: Mr. Wesley Robez ts letter of litit ry 22 is distorted hI its approach arid ont radictory in its coui tent. It is typical of the liberal philosophy whi ch Is will ing to let everyone say what they want, IS long as the !lberalstablishenllt tout rols all policy .Ini legislaitivt miat tii. If Ihii is a riasolifoi thit lowIih of the iedei ii govet riiitert*Othl' i th Ill t'xpandi ng I t ion a Ide ense, it his lnot bieN' be' Aul the people have 'demanded It.'"The re.,l ii-sonl foi' its growth is thit a tew p)we r Iiuilga y nun hxave p1 opilsed Its expaitsoii to do things or the people which they should do If Senator Goltdwulci stat,nients "ire extactly the kind ou statemlilts designed to fuilitl Rhr usciher's propher c'lhat a Soviet flag will fly ov'. Americi, whi is it that the Commruniists doi't advoc ate states' igh ts' Oi the (011niary, thC Comm~luiSts lii' supported e'erv o la~tiC. welfaristht, and po" ti -c,'ltraklhilg meabui'e er en pioposed.kupaietnt And Cont: ators for civil rights ignore this, is it any less a rIght' In this case some twenty states do guarantee this right to their citizens. This would not be possible under Mr. Roberts' system. As for equality .nd tiiniploymnit, Ini society can G UA hA NTEE these rights snd still remain ft c. The i eason for tiht decline ol maliy great clvili,ationis tim been iii ovei -ceiitrali/.atiorl ol power I ) hi I -4 'I a; i et The Party' Ove Where Are EsDITOR: As a recent graduate, now living bai iein te -presntcapu political campaign. I couldn't help but notice candidate larshaw'N statement that qualifications areo O almost total Importance ini a presidentlal campaign. I would Ihke to ask Mr. Harshaw a question: oWhere 'are yours'' Other than being vice-president (whose only legal and constitutional duty Is to preside over the legislative council) his handling of the council was inept and demonstrated a lack of leadership. I am hot partisan to the other candidatee Ken Kennedy, because I have not met or watched him ii student government; hut what I am saying is that to elect a candidate merely because he holds a major office in student government would be to err. All interested students should look deeper and beyond the mere title of and office to the accomnplishmeiits of the candidate while in stidh a position,. radictory These declines were caused be(ause people refused to face their responsibility, and forced it upon the state. This is the responsibility that Senator Goldwater would return to the people. The most irresponsible thlng the American people could do is to Conti ue in the hypnotic spell of libei alisni whP'hi would destroy the sell -chance and imldvidu(Iisni which latte till couiitry great,. it.!I hedg.,, 7lEG Freedom Old Fashioned? W,. W. kobti I inl r sterdaN (,ior .senatortor lip 15 Goldwatei was libeled t., hiding '19th (entlr\ liew,. This aid other iemit ks by Mi. lHohits I imnpl olil thu H tdm p. something tlld-t .sihionld, and s loilge, woeth theefloiI.Int idig either (OiinCel 01 .4 (IIserrai'e ot \%ii jot \i OI" ihii the Se''ato, s cit l toil tot it tioll I, hIwjyI tt'edtm.:.:eh. retrtirl from takillg AmI step it mor p freedom "as to lie lost thin gutted. Ifi hower m trtedomi wouiti bt ii ed than b tilt aidIn, ihr ue Ii 'vOtdl tighitet ini l'C.,m n I tt'tdoim fithtersi I. edbmit I n equalI s 'ill) re101n L itinesti aft i-, isveil. Yours 9 My que t ion ng of ais haw' s leadership does not go unsupported pub! P's itt. it on (student's atten tdon) I Am cirtai many students would question is ability also. Furthermore, I am not saying who will make the better Student Body President, but I am crihcizing the perrenial cry of certain candidiatps that they are most qualfued because they were vice--presiieiit or treasurer. L ook into the issues and at the persoinalitlet, tliei decide. Neil U.s. AXi ts and Sciences Cooke Army .A.". L E T TER S Please sign all letters. Normes wil be wihheld on request. The Florida Allig tw l editorial ( artoons onil lance basis. C ontact tiihr, I iad departmemt of the 1 MI ithe Florida Urilon. EL)ITQR. I wish to congratulate Vh C ates, Jr., 3E[) of Qua!au perceptive letter oGroup'lm Ocala"' which you publisht. \hw(lay. It is encouraging to Set Ita the future teachers of F 4 II are men of moral lisce I mo well as intellectual statllr'. Those Umnversity p.*jt'fple I about demotistratrg Wi''jit rights, but it should hI .' that this wasn't their real pmt because Negroes In( i no mole rights now t ti,' before. lust like Mr.<( ates says, 2 right'' is in hbscurt' tel i I> *the dem~otistraitioil WAS gregatioii --unlequj r,4i1 *all right Hf the people wi'I property say It is. Ahiyon'' dar s o'" s gre"s io t]i '. K K It has been aninouiitet thit a national STIJDENiS [01? Li )X4f (onnttep has tberii formed to 501 cit signatures requestitj Armbass.,dor liciry Cabot L odge to retuit from South Viet Nan :and seek the lHelubblian P1 islikitijI iemiliit iji. it is expe' ted t hit Amithe I ,S. Senate, as CS. Am1111 S tlt I~P,(iI It (IL % I PresIdentIal candidates maly be receptive to movement. I P Ii, .1 Students interested in ii seniting the Students for I N itional C ommritte. mr Kh "amripus and orgaini/hltt :Irmptus
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A NEW ME THOD FOR CRAMMING .seemns to have beeaa discovered by this lucky student. Wil "painless learning"' become a potent new defense against the trimonster? Interested students ore warned against trying to listen to more than one book at once. (Staff photo by John Askins) PANDOR A'S BOX RushOv with rush out of thle waysorofie,, get down to various arti V ilS. The KAT neophytes flew their kites y.Sterday In Norman field is a pledge luty before initiation. satu Ut ay the neophytes will be iniated. Also, the KAT's wilhave hittnquet it the holiday linn. I hr C hr Omega pledges have h,4au ket'ping busy decorating a tomii the pediatric ward it the hi, jth (enter. In cozijuuctlon with hit altruistic project they also won k with the childtrin inithe evenii g. The XO's are proud of Kay iriuu st for being elt' ted WSA linricr representative. er, Sororiies Move P1 aim xr undie, wiy by the I), phdiges for theIr Anchor Weike rd next month. A sister-pledge slumubut patty is on the agenda for Saturday ighi, Giger Tothemi WAS ettel fesirnir-sophuiior.' .'presetntative tot WSA. 'Tht house warm, ng to fully ii_ 1114eth new I PhiL house his been hanged from Ii. 24th to the lst. Ihe npeir house Is wela utie In, ill it $ f.m. Maureen Schwa, I/ ', the hew;y elected WSA I epies.uatu". for Jelilitgs hlail. Src'ially 'peakiag, the l)Phil 's hid] iii exchang. lrrmei with fte Iii amu's SI ited Wedriesd.'y right. for the A X(' K, a Girl Scientists Study Elusi By JOY CHERRY Staff Writer Who says the field ol science doesn't Si it harthria found its way rut,, lhe Am,. (Griflith arnd Sue hlalland, their liihintg but s('IitifrC. 5tiits S lteruiig in Medical ITtihn V iri Anne have btetomi quit, itt it rII irnsm uamed Mloraxehla-Mumnat. I I'ittd~uiedt to i, unusual n t ot P a t I'talr'Is 'dT, hAin'nts iiu the A n nta.i iDu aa Ii UF( For Incu kv vtai I hit itithail ( .Iii ithtt thai As ii hllt' Io liiter shutls hlst isf thre tOpi (A lt;, rhi ijititijit' rilustiite,mt will shai a fft< emProf'4ds Coed M'ile Chosen Board g sti he l l i i Nt\ H &[giii rati lV a I h' ,ii n hal 'ttoa liiiitii wo in (us d.lo ohv %J o~ 'i t mp Vl tit o nittdig O llihi fIra j w wi it., edl Os S tI ,alemoisel li's within tie mi/I A rtwn-no OnDisplay As you walk into the .lenlilgs H1th lobby, you are timm'edlately P. l. Mel ntosli, pofessni of iii, was .isked by tlueschoail shuijiCon,maities of JIting'. to hang the (Ai ail eurealoi I (f1 Ii iih' foinm to iih, eIts, Ior a to give stitietia, m101 01 f ul tuta .tmosphl,. The most strakinir tffead afthlee p tures Is th. i olin .Miiindh "a I ih uses I h ew irigit colors to RIV. iiranahg. I'eaoii' heni l iffitint ioor 013 n dIlfeteut way ', ad thus 'neatl mnarnd or itimospher .ts t View.' I stiui.'. tht pt tr. OThjeiniiant1< Ioli u(Imth jiluti tell'ns to lu rphii 'trigti by Iih. lisa of out' lomup hnt t" 1,"hoog Il'i for thlt cOllet Issue, ifnd will bi, I alnisi(Ivtt.4i oi ttii staff postbuos wit!, NI.tlnmols.Ile anti otha (coiid, Nast pub'liucttioiis. A' a htors wi e riowa to ,Swit/nrI JO wht,'irt pe s ic a' e~ tiouringi /1111th, Il.ra, auidGeneva. Fraternally Speaking ~*2 ''I l)elt a Sigima i'hi I holliiig Its tainnual Sailor's II:.!) ual Iai ii o Situ, lay, Febrtuir y I. Stilur's hail th rr ite,it allyui
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nI, I dy IIo It .4 M>4\lI ( 4 tC .II thI hiomr. 1'u &)d.I 7 a.m. -A p.m. ire mionthI. Mii fi, I thy ii y a pI wri I [Icr' 171;-18943. ( -11fl56 FORD Coinver tldle, all powti $3C0. Also 195) .dl state miotot iy~ le. both In *x( Ileilt condtItion. ('all Allen or (lean :-9476I. C7 -5t-c). I 9e2 AUTSTIN II. Black and 12400 II .4EY red r acing 3OU MK stripes, 4-1/2 fprio, s ie -8, vflit rror G, rigs '-1 turn. (U-.HO I 95 1)4 G )Ii lN,')p se e 3 weekday. or I H 6-185% weekendth MA RL) -GRAS --. round Ipn for N Weekend of Feb. SI-c). I loridI Ieida1I Riders want ed, ew Orletos On 8th. lDori' be 6 -8. -ci a"y want ids r IAlligaitor. 8+11( thlm. If we us,. itt too. tin -tupil (I-HO lii I tO lilt ti nm. MI! L. EN l)S -IILNI)EHtON'S MILL WT(IN RI.Hwy. 19 (.rydii River, Ila.--Only I bourt I? min. from Lily [ite: ally f'iME ITOWELS ANT) MITES (I L'ABiHl(. Set the hnvety colors iv libii foz your bline. IIW (,EII Aibls i TIM' t)LAI[TIIS. Mary first equity dtenm' Iso, Din(ta pet ends alpe beautiful ;,rd ilwout three -fourths off. The Ii nest bed prpids ciw-third off. Tel.* 7'153399.(A -67-ti-u). Kenimoe g' .room I'ATE $15. I 151 ( hevv, excellent oiinditi4,ni $173. Playpen $.00. I I? G-8517. 'IIl Jftie 5:30 p.mi. (A-78-At-il. MODERN SHOE across fro i notina bonk STATE K I'ru 'iii Iv NEW HOCYt toe14 t.mi. 01 iftgr '9 -4278. (A-73 -tf-c). T NBl{(; C4 I Unuiled $350. rated coiisumrer er ror .F-P 1-I 1)60 HlONDIA 25 Excellent uondit turn signiilt 'very reasonable. Steve ImIi 30'29 Hi (A -84)it-c 'IC $425. P141 ( g 60 Iitii All See it si ty Ave rellenit cundi (l l hi 31 fll.e T
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r I, .[ ik I l 'I'. | !!tlh vth or withoutt kilt ite Iltprih, tlitm spihlei U id B-7t-C { Liftl 2 bed rot) ni partvit. Lilt block from campus. bhent with electric stovt. and I' ier itot. Suit:,ble for up to g', I or a family. Available b,. I -t Fl? 6-4300 eVernigs bet .ii and 6. (B-78-it -c). I? INORMATION on cooperive apartments in new University u k Ievelopmei't write P.O. Box 025, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. ,tiiiiE RO)MS FOR HElNT.Pr,te entrance, maid service, well-jtid. $22.50 per month. Call 9222. (B-16-St-c). AIGF, M ODE RN, I bedroom ia tment. Completely furnished buk ks from Campus. Call 2(40 after 5 p.m. preferably etweten f and 7 p.m. (B-77-tf-c). iiiPlEhX -I bedroom apartment, finished, full tile bath. $65 a ,onth. Call 6-0144. (B-79 -3t-c). LIOM IN NICE udieit with car. -If---. HOME for Call 6-171 ll I)CAIZE $B.0f Et). Babysitting ine) Ironing $2.50 -7601, 120 N.W. 9 male 0. (Bweek ($1.60 .40 hr. (anybasket. (all lb SI. (E-793h ts*2in Color Robert Mit~hum "RAM PA GE" DEBI REYtNULD color HepbutrlMacLoine "THE CHILDREN'S HOUR" FSA TURDAY ONLY! Not only 3 hits, but 3BlG hts! LESLIE -Cl lila N, PM ALL EYES ARE ON YU WHEN YOU IN THE AL CoHl 6-326!, ADVE LIGAT RTISE OR Ext. 2832 -it, 0 a C I Ii I I a World By DON FEDERMAN hr. \1111 Is iut I vi'lig. If Iibn-. iIIntIK, wMI Ilti tiPCtumit I I .4( of ftant, sc 'ilimie dt-iIufr'd i bt is. It is iii lik. 50me' ara ihr' Bor te Keystone ( I Sans lor"oi"ow is 'ily li"'ii \,'t the, world Is n4,1 Nt) wh114 typify it andi ty tO 0It Itra (s rtit it. 4.i tiltt's liiia of t mnih A --C ha, 3:12, 7:111, itid 9:24 Wedinisrlay. I It oHlA INsl i -Is my lug I: 7 iii :arid .5 turnlty. I STATll.-Walt, of Mouse StarIs 7 JJ.mn. (lay -di: I, t .'briugh of A. mOll OW Tod ay lb. To, '' ,7, anti9. Through Ao y.Sart" Sunti -A l th Moon juui Road Bevu,'. f rlIday -C tfurgiv.II: King of the Sun: 9.jl, Kolt 4f lh. %uh: 7 atrd .,ilrgiv.1: 8: 1 only. .? CINEMA ~Tomorrow' Votes a E

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'V 4 "A Nse "-" SI LBJ Talks on Baker I. .a r St *.was just what these Kappa Alpha Theta girls decide' to do. 2UC Jo Ann Zeigler and IUC Alison Conner vi for height. The rest of the sorori ty portkcipoted too. (Photo by Johnston Photography) Uuituriam Uivorsulist Fellowship t204 NW lath Ave I I to 12 Sunday Services Speaker: John Moyer Topic: "Delinquency Now Available -University CLASS5 Hqr len Jd 4Iyoul 11 to 12 Sunday School and The Family" at Rutherf ord's of Florida RNGS 5 cter whyiel r -
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r .Will Talk Relations Resume \\ \ [|'A I '' .I |1i l 1 t I s i i,| I ll 1 I Al li ;l[''.l II! 'st i% Ilt LOTS OF SMILES. BUT NO DISCUSSION Onie "Temporary wooden frame buildings used for classrooms, student housing, and faculty offices at UF are faced with gradual destruction in the foresee-able future. But don't pack your bags yet. The 'temporary" buildings made their debut just alter World War II, intended as stop-gap measures to meet an increased enrollment problem until permanent buildings could be erected. But somehow construction money was never found, and the 'temporary' buildings achieved a Nem! -permuajent status over the ye irs. With coiistruicthon on the move CubaCSho Wit lIXDN (UPN) -Cuba was reported to be frying to place orders with Brltishshipyards Thursday in ii Intensified new shopping effort to over. ome the Anmericali blockade. Well -informed sources 'aid thu Castro regime his invited bidt (rom British shipy ards fot ccistiu lt Ion of two dredges worth it' Ir $ S' million for harbor A (r k. It was tt'u first time since Pie ermlC FI-de! Castro seacd pwvei I thatt Cubans had attempted to plate 1)d rs wih FBritisli shirds to gene rate new spai ks in the iited States which lip. spokehi strongly a gain t the announced lea! b) a private Biiitush fii IT to sell 400 buses to t tila. W ash ing ton also s showing one asis I O di rept Is Ca Brits irn I Britaimuta airliuers. Reliable shipping soul t s said two Scottish firms are reg arded is leading contenders for the coiligion-In--Li Dr. Ralph$ ord (left) n Johnston) Vay fe Week dormitory discussion thomoson, professo and Dave Rawling, in the r of marketing, are shown wait_Buildings OutAt UF again, however, the buildings may be on their last legs. Dr. Donald Hart, chairman of the Campus Development Committee, foresees terminationofthe temporary buildings' use. So does Arnold Butt, U1 consulting architeit. Hart, Dean of the College of Business Administration, said the present building program here will gradually eliminate many of the wooden buildings, especially when the encroach upon ietetdspace. 'We won't tear down the wooden buildings just for the sake of gettirid tbuilding of them, pzoglm ni but when our justifies theit = m0 tract for thi two tiatter seittii dredgis wanted by Cuba. The dredges ii e to tx' S 2, 700-ton Indicattols mounted that fum thu Cuban purchases her i re Ilutenm pl at (d. Cuban ofh i ild in I onion have imissioni with a shoppiiig list for equipmletnt to rebid pi ovhnhues lamiaged by hurricerles last ytai The lit tuh m niist thit ti de wi th Cuba is legri Imate plo ded it does not tondlirt with the Alliel et aty eniago ltBut Wednesday th. I nitedslatts "Iiilot accp ijthbe (unttienthit tradl. with Cubaii 4 ilparf itih i Of dit~ rad iha mu Foty iafV (f LARK!R -r I' removal, they will be removed. 'The expense involved in maintahding them isthebtggestproblem we encounter. Because they lack insulation, heating and air-conditioning Is out of the question. The fact that they are woodenbulldings makes them a fire hazard," he added. Slated for elimination soon are Building E, across from the main cafeteria, and Building U, next to the main library. Both will be vacated when the new Architecture and Fine Arts Building is complete. But the new firme Arts building will not be large enough for the cintire college. 'We knew from the beginning that more spaci would be nededl but we were limited by the budget," said Dean T.C. hanmster of ihi. College. Some of the temporary buidings now used by the college, such as C rove, will still be used alter the new building Is completed. Grove will be used for several years, at hitec t Butt said. "'I hope to sets the FI lavets (mari led student housing) go soon also.' Butt said. 'I he fact that they are useul for looking does n't enhjnie the Ft lae'Iwlleetually be re>liced when the hew Student tlnioii v buit. IIlaet II will probably tie tutu down to mike room foi newlC women s dorm and peg 11.1) hew mar r ii student hus In4' Butt said. liiit sa(d the 'temporary" bulii ng pi ogr Amt (0 cmmtOt at most evel y large college or urn vtsty, where enirollment hae, ESTAURANT PRESE NTS -1~~ / A,. ,~ --, lIii 1 wi h 1' i 'i l l o t ditl lp Iit ititt thth 'vmil s l it w t nl li i lI' it I| iit siitestili-~i I t lLnz i' i 'iici I it' dii th Il lilltil ',it,.s le c -i e 11{ l s Il)4i i t' III ,'dit i to{ i' I ..\ i n rih1 irIl,'Ic I it gmth 1Is' l w il t" enelteisgf Ii -buntie n iiti thfo Mlu t'iitatel sw l ng o lbi stlutsint p' 'iarn ut pirtilyai~ltg h dm tot lii don i tme lin the Palntmnini goivtrnmeiit bioki' ut! rtlatins las Friday. In, lis dlisctission ,r thu. deadlocked S i i a t i on, the P resident discuss any problem toncernitig the' canal ''without limitation."' lie said that until a settlement Is rea ched, he did nmt expect eithe r country to bow to pressure. Johnson said that the United States had an obligation to protect vital interests of the Panamanian governrment. The State Department anrouncement on aid came shortly alter Johnson had conferred for 30 minutes at the White House with the live peace e commission members. Student )iie person, was injured and a ITOtOrI tcoIt di estrflyld in a Sc ide nt In front of tnhe rng tin r ig Building list night. TIhi 'otidit ion of Stephen I. Wag ner, 680 Tolhert Hall, dirIver of the scooter, Win unknown at press time. Ills sco(,tei collided with a a drIwn by Hlcward I'. Tompkins, 19 S.W. 13th St. at sbout 8 p.m. Ne ithi r drIver was carr yinig driver', license at thu time ofth ac( idenit police sait. JIMMIE TROPICAL WEIGHT. TRADITIONAL stlng i l i itm f I I e .es f. lII, I ii Jei~t I' Ill pI! h t i ito f iih. -7 9.95 up SLCKS It iglul oiil I vbni~ 1,114 flag SHOP Sill W University Ave HUGHES For GOL F: Seen.,r end Complete Sets Golf Clubs by MacGR EGOR Men's-Women's.Children'a 'GOLF BAGS HEAD COVERS GOLF CARTS BALLS -CLOVES PUTTERS -WEDGES SHOES -SOCKS For T EN NIS: RaCkets -(Dunlop end Soncroft) Presses Corers Tefinig $korns Tennis Skert. & Skirns for Men for Women Shoes & SocksTennis Balls by DUNLOP PENNSYLVANIA TRETORBI BANCROFT U -4 If .took place at a scht eduled Rel Mu rphree Area office this week center, and assistants Woody Let ing cheerfully. (Piioto by Carol> Tem porar y'

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UF FSU Tankers Collide Tomorrow *,1 .r By DAV[ BERkOwl [I I ii li I |ii ill l~lt t' tt'l A it ' 'h rl i I t li' ii t i a l l t o I .[ ''' i 'o h w ' li1i, I a i t~b it F i flu ~I i> h|i lot i 14 -. jli I. 8ini slpjlts wit., hun' i0r[pli in t I 'i I effIK) '4t tlL' its [Fi | Htal Hi xiil l I .il I I I' th)'s w i ''II lih ike tIF E t tl St I r | -d join[t .F hi ie t i ,sili p .' H il illa -I H 1. 1 'h ,l 'it. ii i i 'J, m I.li 71 fl. Filli i dmirsi '. 3 iiid l'euh, 57-1. h ( twI' m pivih',,iwii tli+ itt1h thre mnut l,,tw'v'i s(Il.lds. in I if2, after .p FispIuted liftit it St it.'s iiipPoii huomiF io(l, the Iwo teimn' muit lie ,,a'iiiiolp's 4'ly iieivilv ioj ->idtphimtl I hVI hepe tem i ptuii p the viptcoti. tovt' dh, lhilidog .ind yellow' Jackets. Neithei tein' l[.s yet lieun puLsit! to its full potential, Mike Biouin holds the bist Uime in the '50 yard frees lyle flr the tim, of 22.9 set onus. For thi UF sO EAT tFS season Semuiioles with a in the CO trip will [ Ipirik Ft miil il .ih-p'ii{ (Hi thlL 01t m1 tihe ndIdly Iea. lAriat, sid the (G'tors *tiit afford to iet IKSL' go 8-i (take both first arnd 'ecowl) in any event. The 1F~ freshman gc, dtez their second wiln In prelhrminaty mritt agiiizt th' llabysenmioles at 7p.nm. Both leihm it iriilefeated with wilts over Georgi. TEP Bowlers Win Crown Taiu ipsilii VhF Kegglirm tooks the (ii ang' Isugue howling irowul Wednesday night as they pijwuied Alpha Taut~m I Al, 1822 -1643, it Palm i I n1s. The TI l''s galneil the rght to play fij fi ti tle by lefeating tIc!eiiding I ague titlists, Phii Kappa Tail l%4 -I1li on Tuesulay ,ight. Thu witiii 'I wer. led by high mani Ken lRotman with 390 pins and Shilly Firiman with 167 pins. High tor the ATO's were Johnny Fly anid Steve Brewer with 338 and 336 pins u eupectively. EarlIer in the evening the Blue league bowling crown was taken by l ambda ChII Alpha who defeated Phi Gamma Delta 1638 -1547. trading Scorers In that contest for the lambda Chii's were Ron lotchbaues and Brian Boyd, 354 arid 332 pIns, respectively. For he Fiji's Itelders were Walt Mockett, 352, and John Ulpchurch, 332. Next wiek lie new Orange aid Blue league staludings will be aiuounied In thI, Alligator. IM urals E NG INEE RING Bowl Chem Indus nlg: J570-Aero. 1396 .14O7-LiviI 1381 Cagers JUST HANGING ..was this effigy of FSU swim representation of the Seminoles by zealous UF fans. Upend AROUND coach Rim Stults. mentor was T The constructed ALLIGATOR Page 12 Myste ry ATLANTA (UP!) -A mantle ot suspense was draped around the Southeastern Conference's annual meeting yesterday as to whether the athletic group will raise its granlts-in-aid limIt or let Georgia Tech go independent. There was no official wordfrrom the clay-long meeting of athletic directors and football roaches as to the stand the SEC will take today on Georgia Tech's demand that the ceiling of 140 scholarships be lifted. The presidents, or their Fcpr'sentatives of the 12 -member, seven-state conference have the final say at the full business meeting today and everyone insisted that y es te rday's meetingprori be5 50 TAlAII ASSFFy (pec iafl -With two seconds left to play, the score in a ,OiO knot i, a -ci aini FwIF low ,mob of 1,500 FF1 A state of fi ei/y, lIII guir t Tom Bsaxtt hit i pIi ssu /eti 2VF-oot Jump shot tip Ioos I lol ipli to 52-3 win &wI' I loidita State her last imght. Marlen hob p ,u e tl thn (itol will ifiri 'SI hid staged a loiggtst luviI it thut slow 1uitpii, hill i iutiol gAmle, C-I.l, with foul I'h. semmipopts t'iz itd s(4met G.Itto iusikts ito swni sttiigli I louit., pla.d Ith' g.iuun', fial hep, [L St iL!'' 'itbOlit the et it 45 FI ru tilsgon. 1Z81k h leldl 2-i i, j IIit ltilt m li'i it Ib [ hed hail iiuu 'edftt ms h it fl hpnp e t on wQ n A t I iiin I Stied p, 43-13. in lii m -F I-ne L I ur tti m LEIU pin Id nt> 4 triday, Jonucry 24, 1964 ducen reconriendatlons only. Commissioner Bernie Moore, following a long-standing policy of not commenting on SEC action ahead of time, advised only that the ''140 rule' wouldbetaken up today and that he would aniflounce its fate at the close of that meetFIng. Bobby Dodd, Georgia TPeck aThletic director and head coach~reaffirmed his unwillingness to remain in the conference under the "140 rule". Georgia Tech wards the jute changed so that a school may give 40 or 45 new grants-i-aid each year without regard to the nurnber of scholarships, provided this number does not raise the total in school above the 140 mark. Under the Georgia Tech proposal, with an extra or 'redshirtIig"' year included, it would he possIble to have 200 scholarship athletes ini school undel i 40-a-year rule arid 225 under 45-a-year rule. Georgia Tech's efforts to Uiuow out the 140 lirit failed last year when the Dixie Dozen cast a tie (3-6 vote. It t ikes a 7-5 vote to hangede a rule. Somit cifici us attendrkg the nmeetIing, apparently bit rnFffed at Georgia Tech's threat to go independent, have said that the 140 limit would hive ended pratefiilly if the I.ngirierrs had nit appil Fell prcss UreC. ''Now, sormw s< hooks whucbjrotidly wvuldl h,'ve roted CFo the h~ti~i liy NIiIIf~ini us beI uSI' tF',erIO like being pushed' iie Affr il iskirng not to be idenitli. I, >ail yesterday. A another stid that lie thinks the I fJ debate is just ,z ex< use that GeogiaTech his I okid up for 4tting Out ii Iii. ronferenCe. 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