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The Florida AlligatorVol.56No.82 I




University of FloridaGainesville MondayJanuary 27, 1964




I V.00T.E. Party.. Announces Pla I




Gator Party Will




," Follow Suit
"
&

w V.O.T.E. Party officials yesterday announced their platform for
#' Student Government political campaign and the Gator Party

said they will release theirs today."I .
believe our platform represents the most exhaustive
of this sort in recent
British Troops Frank Harshaw, V.O.T.E.
presidential candidate, said

Yi Back In AfricaNAIROBI terday.
"It's based on the belief

UPI)Bewllder- Student Government must be
Kenya(
ed and crestfallen Africans In than an expensive joke.

Uganda, Kenya and Tanganyika a- V.O.T.E. Party presents
S
woke yesterday to find theli"uruhu" Ideas for Improvement in
i freedom half-million dollar business;
temporarily suspended -
and British troops back In said.
control of the newly independent na- "We got most of our
tions.In through students In the
Moscow, the Soviet Unior added those ideas which
accused Britain of preparing recent months have come to
"armed aggression" against the need further study.

new leftist government of Zanzi-
Platform Is:
VA bar, just off the eastern coast o'l
HOSPITAL DEDICATED HERE
Africa, and warned that continuing SOCIAL LIFE
by Sen. George Smothers as he does the groundbreaking honors from atop a bull- military preparations would have Negotiate weekend use of

dozer. (Photo by Phil Krug). "dangerous consequences." versity-owned "country
The capitals of all three nations-- facilities at golf course as
.. Kampala, Nairobi and Dar-es campus social center for
Salaam--were quiet with British students.
Veterans7 Hospital troops still guarding mutinous Afri- Extend financial support
can troops who sparked a three- interdorm social activities
country crisis last week In an effort students.
to get rid of British officersand Sponsor a formal dance 7)t
Holds GroundbreakingBy get more pay.Know trimester with top-name

"_Q it: mrnfn!Jf'r, tainment Rendezvous, in,addition and street to Hops,

PATTY PITZ Support repeal of -
Staff Writer j It's S paa k y... J restriction on presence of

U.s. Sen. George Smathers, donned a construction pletion in two years, Is the first new veterans' hos- women students in each
worker's helmet and sat atop a bulldozer, to break pital in Florida in thirty years, Smathers said in a II With apartments.
ground yesterday for the $11 million Veteran's speech. Improve Wauburg
Administration hospital opposite the J. Wills Miller After pressure to locate the hospital in south Big Feet recreational facilities and
> s
Health Center on the Archer Road. Florida, Smathers told the V.A.'s determination to ;:>:,,tf (See PLATFORM, Page
The new five story hospital, scheduled for com- continue their program of placing new hospitals nearJustice rl\ See Page 2

schools.medical centers and medical i fjjt;ji .:tttj[.,r" *

Injustice ? Smathers said that within the
next three years the number of YourCandidates Politics Is'Humbug'
beds in V.A. hospitals In Floridaare

Cadets NoBy planned to double. For every
Say 1,000 veterans there will be four

and one-half beds, he said.

GEORGE ELMORE action were angry. Joe Waldron, "We need to go even further.We .
Staff Writer lUC, said that he did not even need to have other.hospitals," By KEN KENNEDY By FRANK HARSHAW I

When does Justice become InJustice know of the racks until Friday, Smathers added.
The Senator said "This will
?' and he had not been issued a warn- EDITOR'S NOTE--Ken Kennedy is (EDITOR'S NOTE --Frank
An estimated 25 to 35 UF stu ing of any kind. make Gainesville one of the great" the Gator Party candidate for stu- shaw is the V.O.T.E. Party
dents are willing to bet that this Charles Leidner, 2UC, said that medical centers of the South. dent body president.) didate for student body :
took last "Man does not live by bread
turn of events place
he had been outside of
parking How do you get to know your
"
along but he does live bread
and whenbi- by ,
Wednesday Thursday **
NOTE FROM LAST
the racks but next to them for candidates and the political partiesIn
the said U.S. Congressman D.R."Billy" .
cycles parked near three years. lie also said he had the space of a brief campaign? response to your questions,
drill field Mathews in a speech
racks at the ROTC
received and that the opponent's two
no warning Read and hear what they have to
were Issued parking tickets.An racks were full when he got there. during the ceremony. say; look at the caliber of "poop"they our "YOU DECIDE" sheet
Mathews said the
new hospital
officer who was one of those Both students admitted, how- distribute; study their plat- taken directly from his own
will
for
provide "opportunities
Issuing tickets last Wednesday ever, that they had not checkedthe forms. paign material, 'Meet
"
hundreds to the esti-
work. Of
"
afternoon said possibly theracks Tolbert Area racks. The ways In which a candidate Kennedy. In our campaign,
mated $5,000,000 yearly budget,
were full; however, it was just Chief Audie L. Schuler of the appeals to voters is a very relia- V.O.T.E. party will use only
Mathews said 90 per cent wouldbe
another 100 feet to the Tolbert campus police said he was not ble indication of what he thinks of facts.
sent locally, meaning $3,600000 ,-
Area racks which were not full. aware of the tickets,but"studentscan added income. you. MOST STUDENTS SEE CAM
The officer said further that straighten out any complaints Mathews also thanked the Sea- I feel that many past campaigns POLITICS and say, !
about 200-250 warning tickets had through the Traffic Court." board Railroad for voluntarily as well as certain recent phasesof WHY? --because poll tics
been issued on preceding drill Schuler said he would talk to lowering their track to permit the present campaign are an Insult the shallow -- substitutes
days, but that after an initial drop, the officer who issued the tickets entrance to the hospital property. to the intelligence of the student slogans and midnight
the number of violations had again and find out whether additional body. I want nothing to do tions for the question of who
risen. racks are needed. If the rack Speaking for the Veteran's Administration with that type campaign. best serve as president.
An estimated 25-35 of the $1 were full, it would be for only a Dr. Thomas L. I have enough confidence in the HIGH OFFICE IN
citations were issued last Wed- few hours per week he said, and Harvey, south east director, intelligence of our students and a GOVERNMENT should not
nesday in the ROTC rea. would not warrant the expense of termed the UF's health"center as strong enough hope for a new look bounty 'or the biggest smile,
Students questioned about the additional racks. "vital and flourishing, though in student government to "risk" the most ruthless organization.
young. deviation from traditional cam- should go to those most able
Housing Hearing TonightGainesville's "We earnestly cultivate a spiritof paigning. I am more oncerned with interested in serving the
"
humanity, Harvey said, and generating student interest in stu-
proposed housing code is scheduled for a public described the V.A. as the world's dent government than in attackingthe body.WE PROPOSE to put a
hearing before city commissioners today at 7:30: p.m. in the Utility largest employer of 10 pro- character and qualifications of mature look at the issues
Operations Center on SE Fifth Street. fessions. opposing candidates. of deceptive symbols and
If approved, either tonight or in future commission action, city \eterans'organizations represented I believe that my qualifications shenanigans.TO .
manager Bill Green said the code would provide a firm basis for at the gathering were will stand an OBJECTIVE comparison THE STUDENT BODY
improving sub-standard housing in the city. the American Legion, American with anyone who has presented pledge: that every word
The code was presented to the commission three weeks ago after Veterans, Disabled Veterans of himself as candidate for Presi- by V.O.T.E. party about the
being in the hands of the City Plan Board for more than a year. America, the Military Order of dent of the Student Body In any of of this campaign will stand the
Tonight's public hearing was scheduled as an opportunity' for all the Cooty, and the Veterans of
interested persons to voice a view point. the Foreign Wars. (See GATOR, Page 7)) (See V.O.T.E., Page )



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"It's real spooky..and think-her mood," said another."If art campaign being conducted by thet r ; 4 .cati

feet are too big." the person who painted tha, UF's Fine Arts Committee.a ,
A librarian stopped for a moment can paint, then I can too,"' said : Students were unsure whom the
last week on the second floor land- third. painting was supposed to represent. I---&T _
ing to look at the latest addition to All the comments were in regari:d Two insisted It was a portrait of
the main library's art collectionand to the painting which is the latest Jacqueline Kennedy, while a third t _
made this remark. addition to the library. The full- said it looked like a Negro woman. ;, mi
"It doesn't put me in a good length portrait is a product of thi A s
Stanley West, director of the uni-
versity's libraries had several
i- I
comments concerning the commit-

On Ul tee's effectiveness.
earnput Mag rohman "Before the committee was
formed -" out 10 years ago art obJects -

(Author of "Rally Round the Flag, Boys!" would be donated to the libraryand rL1
and "Barefoot Boy With Cheek".) unless they were really awful ;;
they were accepted. Now they must
_
receive committee approval."

ARF !
The library's latest "resident"is
Benjamin Franklin (or The Louisville Slugger!; ; as he is better a mysterious, anonymous woman jjfjjf
known as) said, "A penny saved is a penny earned," and we, created by Steven D. Lotz, 7AR.It .
the college!; population of America, have taken to heart this sage; replaces a portrait of the late
advice. We spend prudently; we budget; diligently, Yet, despiteour Sen. Duncan Fletcher which has been
wise precautions, we are always running; short. Why? Be- moved to the second floor.
cause there is one item of expense that we consistently under- Lotz's painting was purchased by
'estimate-the cost r* travelling; home for weekends. the Dean of Academic Affairs, Robert -

Let us take the typical case of Basil Metabolism,a sophomore B. Mautz who has given it on .________ __________ _______.
'at"'UCLA majoring in avocados. Basil, a residen of Bangor; loan to the library.
Maine, loved to go home each weekend to play with his faithful THE MYSTERIOUS LADY
"We are trying to show the creative -
dog, Spot. What joy, what wreathed smiles, when Basil and efforts of the faculty and students .' with the large feet decorates a wall In the UF library
Spot were re-united 1 Basil would leap into his dogcart, and at Mautz
the university, .w
Spot,a genuine Alaskan husky, would pull Basil all over Bangor: said. "I don't particularly care: If (Photo by Phil Krug) .
Maine-Basil calling cheery halloos to the 'townfolk, Spot people like these paintings. I just
wagging: his curly tail. want them to know what's goingon.

.. If they have noticed the paint Trimester Alters
-.-....:.-.. Ings--that's all that matters."

The Fine Arts committee Is com-
posed of eight faculty members and' City'sE'c.onomy
) is headed by art professor fouls
H. Holbrook. Besides being In

-" Ii' charge of selecting art for the The trimester system has man, the city Is scheduling its trade
library, it commissions artists to definitely changed the economic promotions around the, trimester.
paint portraits of outstanding deans picture In Gainesville and probably Sparkman added, however, that
and professors chosen by the uni- for the good, according to it Is too early to tell If the trimester -
a versity.
: Bill Mitchell, manager of the city's is solely responsible for the
Chamber of Commerce. new economic gr wth.
Nehru HailedNEW According to the Research Department Justus L. Williams, presidentof
)" .",. 0'1" ,_ of the C of C, the town's the Florida National Bank,addedto
retail sales were up seven per cent this by saying the real impactof
1ft flISl1/1s eret Iii // $2tki d kper! DELIIJUPI) -Premier In 1962-63 over last year and, as the trimester of the city is
Jawarhalal Nehru was Mitchell put it, "a similar Increase hard to determine since the short
greeted by about 100,000 Is expected this year." period of time it has been in effect.
But the coHt, alas,of travelling: from UCLA to Bangor, Maine, wildly cheering Indians "The new system has changedthe "But," he added, "the tri-
ran to $400 a week, and Basil's father, alas, earned only a Sunday when he made his peak season too," added mester has definitely changed the
meagre salary as a meter-reader for the Bangor; water depart- first appearance since fall- Mitchell, "Some months aren't as economic picture."
ment. So, alas, after six months Basil's father told Basil he Ing ill last month. big as they used to be, but the
could raise no more money; he had already sold everything he Nehru recieved the tumultuous overall sales average is higher."
owned, including: the flashlight he used to read meters. welcome when he According to Mitchell, the peak Prof Defends
Basil returned to California to ponder his!I dilemma. One arrived at a gala Republic seasons have been changed from
solution occured to him-to ship Spot to UCLA and keep him Day parade here. The pre- December, May and October to
in his room-but Basil.l had to abandon the notion because of mier, looking cheerful, December, April,August and Octo Income Tax
his roommate, (L Fred Sigafoos, who was, alas, allergic to dog; stepped unaided from his ber.And
hair.Then car. according to Research Department '"Soaking the rich to give to the
another idea came to Bai'lil-a stroke of genie; you spokesman John Spark- poor, need not be used to defend
might call it. He would buy Mexican: hairless chihuahua! progressive income taxation,"
Thus he would have a dog to pull him around, and 0. Fred's UF Prof Promotes James M. Buchanan, a noted political
allergy would be undisturbed. economist said at the UF
The results, alas, were not all Basil had liojied. The chihuahua Friday.
alas, was unable to pull KIM! in the dogcart; no matter Chilean Buchanan, economics professorat
how energetically he l heat the animal. AgricultureUniversities the University of Virginia, tolda
Defeated again; B.IM! sat down with (.L Fred, his roommate, business administration faculty
to smoke Marllxtm: Cigarette and seek to the "more scienti-
a ncallllWt'r in Chile can look fessors from Chile will arrive at audience that a
problem. Together they smoked and thought :11\11-Kureka!- forward to new--and much needed the UF campus to undergo two fice defense can be made, basedon "
an answer quickly ap|>eared. (I do not suggest: mark\ you, that ..courses in animal nultrition months of Intensive training.In the free choice of individuals.
:\Iarlhum Cigarettes are an aid to ('rfl'hration111 I say almutMarllxiros thanks to a UF professor.Dr. the fall they will then teach Buchanan argued that tax experts I
: is that they taste good; and are made of fine tobacco George K. Davis, professorof the animal nultrition course to often interpret progressive taxation 1
and pure white filters and come in soft pack or Flip Top lx>\.) animal science and nuitrition, fifth year agriculture students in as a struggle between the I
Well, sir, BIl'liIIId l.!. Fred got a great idea. Actually, the traveled to Chile two weeks ago Chile. "haves" and the "have nots" in I
idea was (L Fred's who hapXMied| to IK majoring in genetics with UF Vice President Dr. HarryM. "Tapes will be made of the our society. I
Why not, said n. Fred crossbreed the chihuahua\ with a treat Philpott to make preparationsfor lessons given to the professors so "But, they have not explained the I
Dane and thus pnxltice an animal sturdy enough to pull a dogcart training which may help Chile that teaching methods can be use of this tax in a free society, I I
? become self-supporting in her own studied." where Individuals can choose how
It was, alas, another plan doomed l to failure. The crossbreeding meat industry.Now they shall be taxed," he said. I
was done, but the result (this 5 ill"t'f 'difficult to t'xplain'a") Chile must import beef During the same 11 day period "An Individual, uncertain about I
a raccoon. from Argentina, but Dr. Davis Davis went to Argentina as tech- his future Income, but expecting I
But there is, I am pleaded to rt'poft.:1 luppy: l ending to this forsees "a possibility for Chileto nical consultant under United Nations this income to increase over his I
heart-rending! tale. It seems that Haul's: mother (this: i ill also very export meats if it can developits Special Foundation sponsorship lifetime, would prefer to pay taxes I
difficult to explain i is a glamorous: blond aged \15'!' yearOne potential," by improving longe- There he gave assistanceon with a progressive rate struC-
day she was spotted i by a talent: scout in H.mgor. Maine, and vity of cattle. a project aimed at finding the ture," he said. I
was signed to a fabulou name l'lntrlt't.1,1 the entire family By May 1 four visiting pro- cause of a disease which harmsup To facilitate what he called"this I
moved to California and Ixmght lies Air. and tlll.1IIIlIt': of the EdwardsTo to 600,000 (out of 3 million) constitutional approach to taxation -1
most endearing: sights to be seen on the entire Pacific: t''a-t i is head of cattle in Argentina each ," Buchanan proposed two reforms -1
Spot: pulling: Basil down Sunset Btluh"'lmlBI: cheering and year. The malady is called soft : "that basic decisions Ion
Spot wagging.: Basil's mother i is also happy, nuking glamormimovies Speak tissue calcification -- and is taxes should only be made once
all day long and Basil's father i ill likewise contentit- Mr. Hugh Edwards will give an similar to the hardening of arteries each 15 years," and that "'?*\
ting at home and reading the water in humans Davis decisions made by a sped!
: meter. o im, MM"....'.?... informative and timely talk said. be
Wl
elected
at 7 p.m. tonight at F.t!. 208 at The research done in legislative assembly, allowed
this be
area persons who would only
Pacific Coast,Atlantic Coast the great Heartland in betweennot the Real Estate Club meeting. of animals will have "wide appli- to vote one time In their lives."
to speak Alaska and Hawaii-all of Slits is Marlboro AU real estate majors are expected cation" towards research done His talk was sponsored by the
Country. Light up and find out for yourself. to attend. Business Admin- in human physiology .. afunda- College of Business Admu
istration students
are invited. mental basis
-- Davis said. Istration.



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Gator Guard Set




For Mardi. Gras

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The Gator Guard Drill Team will make Its 11th the Venus Parade on Sunday, Feb. 9 and the King
appearance in the Mardi Gras festivities In New Rex Parade on Tuesday, Feb. 11.
Orleans from Feb. 7 -- Feb. 12. Each parade is seven miles long but the King .
According to Capt. Bill B. Wood, sponsor of the Rex Parade is the most Important parade of the
team, 36 cadets are planning to make the trip. entire Mardi Gras, said Capt. Wood.
Capt. Wood said the team will march in two parades "Being Invited to attend the New Orleans event '
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is a great honor for me learn ar ,, :
f for the University of Florida," R
stated Capt. Wood.

i\\\\i\:\\\ Packaged News
Cadet Capt. Richard Combs, who
@1 marched in the Mardi Gras two :r-
years ago, said, "The team was _
t t1:\\\ Reds Ready Reply very well Deceived by the peoplein r
@\1:' New Orleans. Many of the
GENEVA UPI) The matic sources reported. people remembered us from past
Soviet Union yesterday Soviet officials said they years. They would often call to us
readied a point-by-point will have "something tosay" and run up to us and begin a
reaction to President conversation. rememberedour
; John- They
at this week's conference -
son's arms control pro- sessions on their uniforms with the silver hel-
posal presented to the resumed pwn and American sugges- mets and the Gator Guard Flag
17-nation dlsarmations on possible areas of carried in front of the team." '!l- JaG --: ':". -.- -

ment conference, diplo- East-west agreement. WHICH WAY IS NEW ORLEANS?
Capt. Wood said, last year the

Break Urged Murder Trial team mascot, Berry Rhoden, was a asks the Uf Gator Guard as they drill in preparationfor
big hit with the people. Berry Is
PANAMA CITY UPIA JACKSON, Miss. UPI) the son of Sgt. 1/C Berry F.Rhoden, their trip to the Mardi Gras. (Photo by Phil Krug)
group of 17 University of Byron De La Beckwith, a the guards non-commissioned officer -
Panama professors yes- dapper member of a long- in charge. It is not known as
ter!.iy urged their governprominent Mississippi yet whether Berry will make the Educator Hook To SpeakEducation
ment to break off mediation Delta family, goes on trial trip this year.
talks in Washington and today in the sniper slaying The team will be housed on the and the "taming of Lectures Committee and the Col-
press "aggression" of a Negro civil rights USS Lexington aircraft carrier power" is the topic of a public lege of Education.Dr. .
charges against the United leader. while In New Orleans. Capt. Wood lecture by Dr. Sidney Hook at (Hook is professor of phi-
States in both the OrganiBeckwith, 42, is charged said the cadets are excited about the UF tonight. losophy and head of the Depart-
zation of American States with murder in the ambush staying on an aircraft carrier. Known as one of the leading ment of Philosophy at New York
and the United Nations. slaying of Medgar Evers philosophers and educators of his University's Graduate School of
They accused President who was shot in the back Capt. Combs stated, "The best generation, Dr. Hook will speakat Arts and Sciences. lie is noted
Johnson of making "fallaJune 12.Polaris. part about staying on the carrieris 8 p.m. in Norman Hall Audi- for his research in the philosophyand
cious and offensive"state- the fact that the ship will be torium under the sponsorship of culture of Germany, Russia,
ments about the Canal Zone Scoresdispute. docked only three blocks from Canal the UF's Public Functions and and other parts of Europe and
Street and the heart of the French Asia.
At the same time, Pana CAPE KENNEDYThe Quarter. We will be right in the UF Credit Union lie was one of the chief organ-
ma's Roman Catholic hierarchy nuclear submarine Nathan middle of all the ativity." izers of the Congress for Cultural
pleaded for a peaceful Hale yesterday scored one The Gator Guard will attend the Meets WednesdayThe Freedom, the Conference of
solution to the crisis. success in two Polaris popular King Rex Ball, Tuesday annual meeting of the UF Methods in Science and Philosophy,
Meanwhile U. S. and missile shots during a submerged evening, Feb. 11. Campus Credit Union will be heldat and the New York Institute of Phil-
Panama lapsed into deadlock training cruise in 8 p.m. Wednesday in the Medi- osophy. Firmly opposed to all var-
again yesterday over the Atlantic Ocean. "It is the biggest ball of Mardi cal Science Building Auditorium. ieties of totalitarianism, Dr. (Hookis
Panama's Insistence that The 425-foot submarine, Gras and it officially loses the Reports of the officers and vari- one of the chief targets of
the U.S. agree in advance equipped with a new steam Mardi Gras festivities," said Capt. ous committees will be given, according philosophical and political attack in
that it will negotiate a new missile ejection system, Combs. to President James G.Wilson the press ofCommunist countries
Canal Zone Treaty. laundhed the first Polaris The team Is slated to leave late and the nominating committeewill
Negotiators for the two A2 at 11:47: a.m. EST and Friday afternoon, Feb.7,and arrive present a slate of officers for
countries met for nearly the second 15ton rocket at early Saturday morning. Transportation the members consideration.The Leave Your Car Fc*
four hours without agreement 2:5 p.m. is by chartered bus. business meeting will be followed Service
on the wording of a Immediately following the King Rex by a program featuring Dr. While Attending
plan that could open the Erhard I nay I I Ball, the team will leave, arriving Robert Carson and "Capers with a
way for restoration of dip- back about noon Wednesday."The Brush and Bow," and Celus C. Classes
lomatic relations. Pennel at the organ. KUYKENDALL'SPURE
Another meeting with the ROME UPI) West Ger- 36 cadets have been practicing Door prizes will be awarded, and
Inter American Peace man Chancellor Ludwig twice a week for the past refreshments will be served. The OIL
Committee of the Organization Erhard arrives in Italy to several weeks preparing for the meeting is open to all UF employeesand Service Station
of American States day in an attempt to create parades. Several new precision members of their families. i
OAS was scheduled for fresh understanding drill movements have been worked The Campus Credit Union was 22 N.W 13th Street t
10 a.m. EST today. between two nations. out especially for the trip," said organized in 1935.now has assets Cracked Eggs 3 doz $ 1. 10
Capt. Wood. totalling $2.5 million.

Blue KeySpeaker


SALE TIMEMEN MADE IT BACK WITH THE TIP-OFF CLUB FROM -
interested in becominga
Anyone
FLORIDA STATE. THE EXCITEMENT WAS ALMOST
Florida Blue Key Speaker may
sign up in the Florida Blue Key TOO MUCH FOR ME, BUT WE'RE STILL SERVING
Office, 314 Florida Union, any OUR FAMOUS
afternoon between t 1:00 and

5:00 p.m.Student. Sport Coats Blazers Sweaters KC STRIP STEAK
Therapy

Group To MeetThere Shirts Winter Jackets ,
Oh and don't forget the
will be a meeting of the yes,
Student Occupational Therapy Association Convoy Coats
at 6 in
tomorrow p.m.
the Health Center cafeteria.A r London Broil Steakwith
picture for Seminole will COEDSSlacks
be taken in the downstairs clinicat
All members are
7:30
asked to p.m.wear their uniforms. Sweaters Dresses french fries, tossed salad, hot rolls

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John W. Flowers will speakon 14 S.W. First St. (Behind Sears)
plasma physics and the ther-

monuclear experiment. 1227 West University
All members and Interested per-
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Last week, a prominent Florida newspaperman charged that "The

Alligator is irresponsible and aplum for the Greeks," and that "Floridahas 1
excellent Journalism talent that is ignored in favor of political

hopefuls and status seekers who use the paper as atool for self ad- 1 x
vancement." ;
I
These statements were made as George Beebe, managing editorof
f
I the Miami Herald, argued that the Alligator should be placed
under the control of the UF journalism school.In .

view of these charges, let us point out several facts which appearto
blast the underpinnings out from under the charges.

First, is The Alligator a plum for the Greeks? PPLItpTtofz5

I The editor, managing editor, assistant managing editor, editorial

t editor, sports editor and wire editor are independents. Only the featurest : ..
a
t editor and the campus living editor are Greeks. _

Second, is journalistic talent ignored in favor of political hopefuls?
The editor of the Alligator was elected secretary-treasurer of his It ain't that way, George.EDITOR'S .

freshmen class four years ago. He has not been politically active

since that time. The assistant managing editor Is running in the upcoming -
DESK
i student elections for a position on the Board of Student Publi

i cations. None of th,. other editors have been politically active.

It is also interesting to note that no editor is a member of, or
has made application to, Florida Blue Key. After Midnight In GainesvilleBy

Third, is journalistic talent Ignored in favor of status seekers?

Tht vagueness of this charge renders It difficult to answer. U
f
status on campus Is the implied goal, the charge has been answered. WALKER LUNDY colleges had a different type of pendants and, we suppose,The Alligator -

Most recognized as campus goals are political success, a Blue Key Editor housing then does the UF. to beret fraternities and their

J or a fraternity pin although, some value an education. If status in The age old battle over what time "They have smaller housing units evil Influence on the young college

I newspaper circles Is the Implied goal of those working on The Alligator Sally Coed should be home Is cur- then we do here," she explained. student. Enough words have been

I then why should not journalism students work to gain status rently being fought at the UF and "They have bungalow-type dorms printed along that line to fill a good-

t which would place them in an advantageous position for job-hunting we heard of an unusual concept and that way there's not a lot of sized book for sure.

I upon graduation. It is to a students benefit to have Alligator experience used at two other colleges. keys floating around". Drinking and sinning and flunkingout

I If he seeks a newspaper career. However, it might be pointed Brace yourselves, Florida folk, "Security and safety are the main are all that the Greeks are good
I out that several staff members have been assured newspaper jobs because the idea is a shocker of factors in an operation like that," for. Everybody knows that.

f I upon completion of their college work. sorts.At she continued. "You always have But every so often a fraternitydoes
} This brings us to another point..Is journalistic talent being ignored? the University of Kansas and the problem of lost keys." something that can't be dis-

The editor has worked for a metropolitan daily newspaper for more the University of Iowa, senior women She said the idea was not new and credited even by the most cynical

than three-and-one-half years. The managing editor has worked fora are allowed to use keys to that other small colleges were usingIt Last Saturday from 9 a.m. until

metropolitan daily for more than two-and-one-half years. Other their dorm and stay out as late as too, none, however, in the south- 5 p.m. the pledge class from Phi

editors on the paper have commercial newspaper experience, and, they want to at night, using the key east. Delta Theta social fraternity held
the staff is dotted with persons with newspaper experience. to let themselves back in the dorm. Basically, the UF's fairer sex forth at the corner of West Univer -

During the past five years, the students who rose to leadership This policy is also under con- is happy over curfew times at the sity Avenue and 13th Street and

positions on The Alligator have done well since their graduations.This sideration at Northwestern Univer- UF, according to Dean Brady. stopped cars for the March of
indicates that solid journalism students have been chosen for sity and Purdue, much to the cha- "Our girls (the WSA) make their Dimes.

editorships.These grin, we Imagine, of the parentsof own rules and I think our peopleare They stayed there In shifts all

facts refute the case stated against The Alligator manage- the young lassies there. happy with the present regulations day even when It began raining,

ment above. The current controversy at the ," she said. "After all, the wearing coats and ties. We passed

Placing The Alligator under the journalism school has many merits. UF Is over Sunday night come-In seniors can stay out to 12:30 and them several times during the day

Students working on the paper would have expert advice at their fingertips time for the dorm coeds. It's now there's not much to do in Gainesville and couldn't help but admire them.

better facilities would be available and the technical product 11 p.m. for all the girls and the after then anyhow." The money was totaled yesterdayand

t would be superior. Women's Student AssociationWSA) To quote Mr. Peabody, the drug- came to a little over$200 which
But there is another side to this story. wants it liberalized for upper class- gist on the old Great Gildersleeveradio was turned over to the March of

t That is the element of control of editorial opinion and news manage- men.Dean show, "Well now, I wouldn't Dimes.

t ment. This is not to say that the very capable director of the journalism of Women Marna V. Brady say that." Congratulations, Phi Delts, for a
school, Rae O. Weimer, would bring this type of control about, said she had heard of the new- job well done.
but rather to say that it COULD come about. type "Key Club" idea in girls' .

Perhaps The Alligator COULD come under the control of one political dorms before but that the other It's traditional among Inde- .
faction or another under the present arrangement. But control
any ----- We have a question for the
under the present arrangement can be only temporary since the administration LETTER: politicos.

of the paper changes hands at least once a year. Control When your putting up your"poop"on
enforced by the school of journalism If it came about, would be more Goons Create the greenboards round about our

permanent. Editorial freedom would be difficult to regain. ApathyEDITOR fair campus, why do you completelycover

Perhaps-the present arrangement is not the laeai arrangement.If : cumstances" to be replaced witha poster?the board with the same

not, perhaps now is the time for efforts to begin which V.O.T.E. banner. Was this the
Ap'a.thy (ap'a.thi) n. Indiffer-
work of the so-called
will assure the students a quality newspaper while maintaining freedom campus political Is it because you think we will
ence to what appeals to feelingsor
within the bounds dictated leaders! The point may seem though
by responsible journalism. read all 16 of them even
Interest. (Webster's Collegiate small, but I think it is Impor- thing?
each
one says the same
B.F. Dictionary). tant! Are political
campaignersthat Well Mr. Polltican save your
,
This word is beginning to burn resort to the crude, dishonest "
The Florida my ears.I'm sure fellow membersof tactics of tearing down campaign "poop.
Alligator the student body feel the same
signs to be
trusted
in
student government We will be a good citizen and read
way. I'm tired of being bombardedwith
& rfid by United Press International positions? If politicians them ONCE. But all you do when
cries of "apathy, apathy" by cannot run clean
a campaign, how you plaster the greenboards with

t Editor .... ... ... ... .... ..... .. ...... ... ... .\Valke r Lundy so-called campus leaders. Every- can they run an honest adminis- posters is make the campus look
time we students fail to turn out
Managing Editor .... ... ... ... .... .. .. .. .. .. .... .Bill Fuller tration? The politicians who spend trashier when the "poop" Is torn
Assistant Managing Editor..... ... .... ....... .... ... .John Askins in mass for a basketball gameor their time in the back rooms plan- down by the other party and keep

Editorial Editor .... ... ...... ... .. .. ... .... ...Wayne Norfleet lecture, dance or other campus ning how to destroy the opposition's the lower slate candidates from get-
event, we are criticized for being
Sports Editor ... .... .... ...... ............ ...Dave Berkowltz apathetic.As harmless signs and wreck ting any of their "poop" before

,Wire Editor ......... ......... .......... . ...... Bob Thomas their campaign literature cannot be the students' eyes.
Feature Editor. .... ............. .. ... ........ .Cynthia Tunstall the cries election become time louder.comes Campus near, devoting much time and effortto So, please. Have a heart, fellas.

Campus Living Editor ...... .... .. ..... .. ....Judy Lynn Prince drawing up platforms and plans
politicians complain that we haveno ..
that
will
benefit
Editorial Assistants..John Hancock, Ernie Lltz, Glenn Laney, us the students.
Gail Sobering, Nancy Zimmet, Alan Campbell, Betty Wendt, and tions.interest in campaigns or elec- I say to these politicians, showus
that
They complain we don'tsupport
a good
Betsy Garrison.Reporters..Mike. campaign -- moral,
Power, Jim Castello, Phil Hevener, Joel Gaston, student government.Well ethical, and Intelligent -- and you

Douglas Molitor, Donita Mathison, Sally Stock, Kathie Martin, Carol maybe they are right. will get our interest. To me,
LETTERSPlease
Maybe we don't care, but whose
Nobis, Ann Carter, Joe Kollln, Pam Pulley, Agnes Fowles, Ronald an honest campaign indicates
fault is it?: Ours? I hardly
Meserve, Bob DeLoach, Fran Snider, Fred Lane, Kathrine Duda, honesty in office and vice versa.
think so! If these politicians
Jean Fagot, Judy Teich, Evan Engle, George Mlms, Phil Geyer, would show us that student However, Mr. Politician, if you sign all
govern-
Steve Vaughn, Don Federman, Becky Quinn, Larry Zimmerman, prefer to run an unethical cam-
ment is worthwhile
I think they
Jackie Cornelius, Pat Hogan, Charner Powell, Patti Pitz, Gary paign -- one that deprives us of letters. Names
Williams, Don Davis, Terry Rogers, and Sue Haugsted. show would get that support. If they can the right to evaluate candidates on will be with-
us they are qualified, their merits and qualifications u
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaper of able leaders they will get support.In ddn't come crying "apathy, held on request.

the University of Florida and Is published five times weekly except the Thursday Alligator, I apathy" at us for our lack of
during the months of May, June, and July, when a weekly issue is pub- noticed an article that a Gator Interest in student government.
lished. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is entered as second class matterat Party election banner had been .

the United State Post Office at Gainesville, Fla. torn down under "mysterious cir-
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MondayJanuary 27,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 5

Broward Alarms _.." ---..- ,. -.. ... ._. ... .
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.
By PATTI PITZ approximately 578 residents at 1:30 .,':, '
.
a.m. Jan. 14 and sent them outside ,
Staff Writer in below freezing weather, clad in .t ,,(, "... .

"A crazy way to reassure oneself nightgowns and trenchcoats. :: *" ,
(
that he exists," is a possible"why" "There was a fire alarm set off
behind the fire alarm scaresat on the fourth floor in the center t"t. _

Broward Hall, according Sidney section," said, Miss Nancy J. '.. Campus student political clubs
jourard, associate professor ol Borda, on 1)v
M. duty that night and resi- promise plenty of hot campaignsthis
psychology. dent assistant for the northeast trimester.Two .

Broward, largest women's section of the dormitory. Miss major groups are the Young
dormitory at the UF, has had more Borda said she and the night watch- e Democratic and the Young
trash chute fires and false alarms man hurried upstairs and discovered \''',:' Republican Clubs.A .

than any other women's dorm since the glass In the alarm in

the school year began InSeptember, the fourth floor study lounge had third and determined group,
university police records show. been broken.
the Students for Goldwater, having
Paralleling the student who deliberately "We have no idea who did it,"
unfurled their favorite's bannerare
sets off an alarm, to the Miss Borda said, "It could have
I on the move.
little boy who called "wolf" once been anyone of nearly 600 girls." I II IIy
too often, Jourard suggested that an Miss Borda suggested someone I 1
individual might be motivated by a might have fallen against the alarm Vernon Swartsel, Vicepresident -
quest for power and attention. by accident. However, the east of the Young Democrats pointsto
Jourard likened this kind of Indi- wing's study lounge on the fourth the &growing number of gubernatorial -
vidual to "a small child who feels floor holds only desks and a book- candidates as a sourceof

he's been neglected," and who may case. LET'S SEE WHAT HAPPENS campus speakers.The .
do something silly and dangerousto The girls in the east wing have _
be noticed.He their own ideas. when this goes off, says an unidentified student just Democrats entertained two

cautioned that it wo..dbe difficult "The only thing we were told is before a false fire alarm goes off. (Photo by Phil Krug) announced candidates last tri-

to say whether deliberately that someone on the fourth floor mester, State Senator Fred Karl
causing a false fire alarm is "an northeast did it either accidentallyor of Volusia County and Mayor
expression of ignorance, a demandfor on purpose," reported Dabs Mor- Getting Into Grad Hayden Burns of Jacksonville.

attention, or whether it's due toa gan (third floor northeast). They plan to invite the remaining
more serious disturbance,"with- The girls from the accused floor democratic candidates to appear on

out knowing the person and havinga hotly deny such reports. Luann campus before the primaries.The .
better understanding of the Cheer, floor fire marshall, stated, School Is Tougher"Competition

,nJIY'U.n1J1",_...___. woow.cUlloIIH: ."' ..._ "The reason thev. thought_u_ __..___ _It_ was..__ us_ Young Republican Club plansto
The latest false alarm woke., was because there were people sitting have State Senator Bill Youngof
in the trash chute room to for admittanceInto uate work with an over-all 'B' Pinella Park as one of their
Bill Fleming study." She explained that there was the graduate school is expectedto average.A speakers.
no fire In the trash chute. become 'keener' within the next student must also make an
Post Six alarms were sounded last three to five years," said Dean average score of 500 or betteron
Accepts trimester for fires started in the L.E. Grinter, director of the grad- the Aptitude Verbal and Quan- Merle Dlmbath, President of the

Bill A. Fleming, Director 01 trash chute located in the northwest uate school. titative portion) of the Graduate Students for Goldwater, stated his

Alumni Affairs at the UF,was today, section of Broward.The"firebugs" "The University of Florida Record Examination (GRE). organization is affiliated with the
named to head the Southeastern were found and sent to Women'sStudent offers graduate study and Included in the test are verbal National Goldwater Committee.
District of the American Alumni i Association's Judi- master's degrees In more than reasoning questions, reading and Their object Is to actively promoteGoldwater's

Council for a two year term. ciary Committee.This eighty areas of concentration," he comprehension questions, and var- candidacy on campus,
to show his popularity among the
was the first false alarm set ious kinds of mathematical
His election took place at a con said.To
voters and to work with
ference of alumni workers from ten off this trimester, and the first one obtain a master's degree, material campus
states held in set off in the east wine durinarboth. _a w.w etuHanf:: ... .tntict..ww. tat-a...._ .from."' ... wv in tn.... "The GRE Is Intelligence test regular Goldwater committees.Each .
Clearwater. -- -----
Delegates -
trimesters. 36 credit hours of academic work. which determines how quickly the organization invites all Interested -
represented educational institutionsin "There's really not much we can "This can be done in two tri- mind can pick ideas and assimi- students to attend their
West Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, do." Miss Borda said concerning mesters, but is usually done in late them within a limited amountof meetings and to take part in their
Virginia, North Carolina,
action against the false alarms. three." according to Grinter. time" Grintnor said. activities.
Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia,
South Carolina and Florida. "It's the girls' responsibility to "In the past, the rate of Increase The last requirement for au-
come to us." of students into the grad mittance are the letters of recommendation -
Fleming, who also serves as exe-
u__ ..... Connie Hickson, of fourth floor uate school has been 7% per year. by two or more pro- Greek Loiter
southeast, put it more philosophi- But this year, we have had a 20% fessors under whom the student
cally, "It's no big thing. We keep increase -- 1,500 to 1,800 were has studied. \"" IVndaiilszalo't ,s
having them all the time!" accepted last September." ,""" r f

Grintner said, "the expected enrollment Concert SetTomorrow .... ...Mfr
for 1980 will be about "
I Meeting SlatedThe I 5,000 students. This will probablybe .i"

f. due to the number of Junior
.u.uyi UF Peace Union will holdit colleges and their emphasis on
Wed- Guy B. Webb and Russell Dan-
first bi-weekly meeting continuing University studies.
nesday at 8 p.m. in the Johnson To be eligible for the graduate burg, UF faculty members, are
Lounge. All interested persons program, a student must have com- scheduled to present a faculty con-
may attend. pleted two years of under-grad- cert in the University Auditoriumat
8:15 p.m. tomorrow.The .
program Is sponsored by 3.79 includes

I Band Slated For ConcertThe I the Music University's and is free Department to the public.of low price' chain

Webb, bass-baritone, and Dan- ALE'Slewelers
burg at the piano, will present
NORAD Command Band will present the famed "Cavalcadeof
Franz Schubert's "Die Schone
Music" Feb. 2 in the University Auditorium.The "
Mullerin.
band, under the direction of Lt. Colonel Mark Azzollna is the I
official representative of the North American Air Defense Command
,..
(NORAD).
BILL FLEMINGcutive NORAD is the two-nation defense system guarding our continent
WANT TO HAVE A
against aerospace attack.
secretary of the UF Alumni
Association, was conference chair- The band was' traditionally designed to render honors to civilian
man for the Clearwater meeting.As and military dignataries visiting NORAD headquarters, Colorado GOOD) LAUGH?
chairman-elect, he assumes the Springs, Colorado. In addition it provides music for festive official

AAC Southeastern District office in occasions.The .
1965. He has long been active in NORAD band has an enviable record of outstanding perform-
alumni work national scale. ances, some of which are: The Bell Telephone Hour, The Dlna h
on a
COME IN AND SEE OUR CLERKS!
He has been Director of Alumni Shore Show, The Steve Allen Show, The Mutual Broadcasting System,

Affairs at the UF since 1962 and The Canadian Fair, and Carnegie Hall.
held positions as acting director and Admission to the performance Is free and the public is invited.

assistant director before assuminghis

present post.
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students should register with the

Pre Professional CounselingOffice Marion FinanceFR 1223 West University Avenue
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Deadline for the registration is (Even our clerks are 30% Off) _

February '7 and will not be 6-5333 Loans up to S600 222 W. Univ. Ave
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ulating speakers on national issues discounts on student purchases.
r PlatformContinued r to campus. Arrange monthly meetings athletic policies. American universities.

C-courses Compile and distribute lists ol r 'between President Reitz, administration Abolish privileged seating at Provide financial assistance for
and professors teaching officials, and any interested basketball games. International Host Program and
( From Page 1)) them for student use before re- students improve administration Oppose Increases in "home" step-up features of InternationalWeek.

bus to Wauburg on weekends. gistration. understanding of student opinion. games played away from Gainesville .
Bring more popular Lyceum Arrange free C-course review Furnish each student a special and strongly oppose schedul- Provide SG Travel Bureau,
Council entertainment, at no added sessions for dorm areas. Check-Cashing ID Card showing ing of football games during vaca giving Information on costs,means
to students. Negotiate to permit professorsto university and home address for tions. and procedures for travel In
charge Support proposed bowling alleys, eliminate compulsory class attendance cashing checks during finals and CAMPUS GROWTH Florida, the Carrlbean, and other
restaurant and ballroom facilities the week before finals. vacations. Support new "Grey-Pup" pro- states.
In new Florida Union; sup- Sponsor Foreign Language Review Provide funds for students and posal for all-day bus service to Provide clearance services for
current Union activities. sessions and Tutor Servicefor professors interested in Faculty- class areas from all points on trips to and employment at Jtew
port ACADEMIC PROGRESS students fulfilling language re- campus, plus downtown route .. York World's Fair. '
Support proposed elimination of quirement. Student Coffees for their classes. free to students. Provide funds to open Inter-

7:30 and lunch-hour classes as UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY Research and publicize classroom Obtain a professional traffic en national Center during evenings.
classrooms are installed and Initiate space shortage, size of glneer to draft and institute a fair MARRIED STUDENTS
new regularly scheduledStudent
added. Sales classes, inadequate facilities, and campus driving system emphasizing Provide: financial assistance for
professors
more Days with cooperationof extension of store hours
stim- poor faculty salaries in statewide student commuter village
controversial
Bring more downtown merchants
offering
1 higher education campaign. access.
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE Expand features of Student-Fa-
ALAN'S CUBAN I Support e...enslon of Freshmen- culty-Staff Directory, add guideto Negotiate for admission of stu-
Sophomore Driving Privileges. campus services for students, dent wives to athletic events on
Initiate plan for cutting regis- and continue free to students. wives' ID cards.Reinstate .
Featuring the "3 MEAT TREAT""CUBANA" tration red-tape by centralizing Provide 15 minute parking areasat delivery of "Alliga-
counselling, course-approval, and strategic campus points and tors" to Married villages.
complete plans for traffic light Install coin hanger machines "
assignment functions in the same at the Norman-Yulee Hall Inter- near laundry areas.
area. section. Support plan for extending Infir-
Support freer substitution for STUDENT SELFGOVERNMENTCHANGES mary medical facilities to
Made C-course by students who are students' wives and dependents.
on FRESH Golden French Bread: capable of taking .nore advanced Establish a Student Government Provide additional financial sup-

Delivered FREE and FAST to You J courses. Merit System, opening SG staff port for Dames groups' social

Study means of providing fuller positions, committees, etc. to Interest functions.
And a Whole Host of Gator Favorite Sandwiches! availability qualified under- students on basis of ability Provide qualified technicians to
graduate counsellors.Step and qualifications. Improve TV reception and antenna
up efforts lor elimination Hold regular open press con- problems and add interferancefree -
of Compulsory R.O.T.C. upon ferences to inform students, cable TV.STUDENT.
ATTENTION FRESHMEN: REQUIRED READING passage Of VOLUNTARY ROTC Alligator, and news bureau of stu- PUBLICATIONS
BILL. dent 'services,. needs and conduct Support student publications free
ATHLETICS AND RECREATION of Student Government. of censorship and oppose attemptsto
"Cartoons by Don Addis" Declare*rights of all fee.paying Open student government limit editorial freedom of NEW
students to reserved space at football leadership positions on an equal Orange Peel.Increase .
games and right I to transfer basis to women students. student membership onBoard
ID's and seats to others. STUDENT FINANCIAL NEEDS of Student Publications and
Available from Alan's. Have it delivered with requiring -
your Affirm student rights to fair Institute new Student Insurance retain elected representation ,
favorite sandwich, and laugh while you eat. $1.00. seating and date tickets at current plan to cut insurance costs and experience on major publi
price; oppose all efforts to dimin- provide coverage options for first, cations. '
ish Student Influence In football and second, or third trimesters, or Publish proceedings of Board
combinations. of Student Publications In "Alli

ALAN'S CUBANAFree V.OJ.E. Expand Student Book Sale to gator."

paper, supplies, gym arid Physical
Education outfits, etc. at bulk discount -
Next to the (Continued From Page 1)) prices.

Delivery 6 -1252 Seagle Building of proof. Set aside portions of SG funds GatorContinued

TO THE OPPOSITION, a chal- now In reserve to provide short-

lenge: that you publicly state your term loan service for students. ( From Page 1))
answers to questions of: student Publish for all dorm sections a
government background; of your list of scholarship opportunitiesand
the that I have been
years on cam ..
a list of available student
party as a front for a rerunof

the old "Student Party" power jobs u during.. school... and vacations.. pus.
group; and of prospects a portionof Negotiate with rood service to
your top slate"could not serve implement FOOD SERVICE INVESTIGATION My formal qualifications are the
out their terms before graduation. results and result of a broad range of Interestsand
tf
1 THE OPPOSITION'S CLAIMS Improve budget food plans. efforts covering almost every
and answers will be subject to Oppose attempts to increase registration facet of campus life and have been
proof and debate before the fees or housing rentals. accumulated over a period of five
BOOTS campus.I TRIMESTER SYSTEM years of service to the Universityof
WILL RESIST attempts to bait Research all student complaintsabout Florida.
students' attention away from rea- Trimester defects and launch

son and mature analysis in choiceof news, correspondence, and public They are not merely official
a president; I will continue to opinion drive for Improvement at titles accumulated '
-. -.. over abriefpsflod -
channel the political energies of lauanassee. in
a a single area. They reflect -
my party into constructive direc' Support adequate final exam extensive direct executive experience -
HATS tions. spacing to permit time for course which is so essential to the
SPECIFIC SERVICE to the review. office I now seek.
students Is not built of slogansand Seek size limitation of casses
Y speculative promises. and better utilization of space to
I don't think seriously
V.O.T.E. Party candidates wantto prevent severe classroom crowd- anyone
questions qualification for the
do two major things:first,specific ing. my
office of President regardless of
services for students, and second Support wider variety of course
recent efforts to put it in issue.
SHIRTS a strong voice for students' offerings in Trimester III, Ilia
needs where action can be taken.V. and Illb.
O. T. E.'S LEADERSHIP Includes For these reasons I Intend to
men who have studied UF HOUSING AND DORM continue the positive approach of
needs and problems from many ACTIVITIESNegotiate : explaining and clarifying my viewson
aspects. for elimination of cur- campus Issues and the programsand
THESE PROBLEMS FORM THE rent compulsory three trimester activities which I feel will
HEART of the new V.O.T.E. Plat- housing contracts and allow trans best serve the needs and interestsof
form, a program based on the most fer to off-campus residence. the student body.
exhaustive student survey ever! Give women students priority to
Problems like cramped class- retain current room assignmentas
.
rooms and professors 25 per cent long as desired. All the candidates of the Gator
underpaid; lack of social facilities Establish C-5 Listening Facilities Party are committed to this
open to independents;football seat- for student use in dorm areas. approach.: We want more than justto
ft7O1 ing trimester.. traffic ... Permit students to have tele- win .n election. We want to
financial needs. phones Installed In dorm roomsas 'conduct this campaign in a manner
ERIC SEVERIED, NOTED com- at other universities. that will set the tempo and approachfor
mentator, put it this way: "The Expand availability of soup and a meaningful year of Student
boys in politics are those Indivi- sandwich machines In dorm areas. Government. r
duals who want position in orderto Support W S A's program to
BE something; the men are extend women's curfew hours Sun-
Gainesville those who want position in orderto day nights and during finals. A whining, Immature campaign
DO something." Provide rental tans In all dorm will set the stage for a whining,
A LOOK TO THE FUTURE reveals areas. immature Student Government.An .
Stockman new demands upon student INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS honest, positive, dynamic _
government. Interested in RESULTS Organize a program for campaign will set the stage for the
Supply Co.At not rumors? SERVICE, expanded "St. Augustine Tours"to type Student Government that the
not slogans? V.O.T.E. candidates Cape Kennedy, Daytona, Miami, Gator Party wants to bring to this
the Gainesville Livestock Market swear by specific services and etc; exchange of students, faculty campus.We .
aim at results, and we can use members, and research materialswith hope you will aPPreciate and
5001 N.W. 13th St. YOUR HELP! European, Asian and Latin support this type campaign.


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DAVID M. MOFFIT eastern Conference championshipand time, and independent Memphis Wildcats have beaten Georgia Tech State.Tuesday
a shot at a possible fifth national State beat Mississippi State 81-66-- and only the fourth time in 10 games -- Florida State at
ATLANTA UPI) JinSchmin. title.Kentucky. the 11th loss against only five wins over a five-year span. Auburn and Arkansas State at Van-
Adolph Rupp was right when he saidit beat Georgia Tech 79- for the three-time defending SEC Cottan Nash, who leads the SECin derbllt.
was just a matter of time before 62 Saturday afternoon before a champions.The scoring with his 27.1 average, Wednesday -- Alabama at Florida -
his Kentucky Wildcats would stop packed house and a regional tele- lOfc-jam at the top or tne- was top scorer and rebounder in State, Virginia Tech at Georgiaand
being kittenish In the presence of vision audience. The result threw SEC will be broken, at least temporarily the game with 22 points and 15 re- Louisiana State at Loyola of
Georgia Tech. the Southeastern Conference lead Monday night when bounds. Ted Deeken, No. 4 scorerin New Orleans.
Of course, folks still wondered into a three-way deadlock between Tennessee is host to Georgia Tech. the SEC with a 20.7 average, Friday -- Mississippi State at
during that first half Saturday -- Tech, 6th ranked Vanderbilt and Further shuffling may come next got 19 points -- 16 of them in the Louisiana State and Mississippi at
what with Georgia Tech leading at Tennessee at 3-1 each and left the Saturday when the Dixie Dozen plays second half. Tulane.
Intermission.But Wildcats lose behind at 4-2. a full league slate. Saturday -- Georgia Tech at Alabama -
the sheer fury of the Wild- Elsewhere Saturday, Auburn Kentucky, ahead by only one point This week's schedule: Vanderbilt at Auburn,
cat attack In the final 14 minutes ruined Georgia's chance to snare the with 13:36 left to play, ran off Monday -- ALABAMA at FLORIDA KENTUCKY at FLORIDA, Ten-
put 4th ranked Kentucky right SEC lead by beating the Bulldogs 12 straight points to take a South Carolina at Georgia, nessee at Georgia, Mississippi at
back where it was a month go -- 85-77, 9th ranked Duke edged cmmanding 61-48 lead. It was the Georgia Tech at Tennessee and Louisiana State, and MississippiState
a prime candidate for Its 21st South- Tennessee 67-65 in double over first time in four meetings that the Southeast Louisiana at Mississippi at Tulane.
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By STEVE VAUGHN of a three game home series of conference losses. Florida
Sports Writer do-or-die conference encounters has yet to face any of the real
beginning with the Crimson Tide's SEC kingpins In losing to Louis-
', Page 8 MondayjJanuary 27,1964 Florida's flickering South- televised appearance tonight. Ken- iana State and Georgia,while whip-

,,> ,:? ,'{;. / "" eastern Conference title hopes tucky, fourth ranked nationally, ping Tulane and Auburn.
"; "x : ::: : : ; i: :% J : :: :
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.. %,. t could be either strengthened or rolls in on Saturday, followed by Tonight's Alabama opposition is
extinguished tonight when po- powerful Tennessee next Monday.The not exactly setting the basketball
tentially dangerous Alabama showsup SEC race remains a wide world on fire this season, but Is
All-Fraternity Bowlers for an important SEC clash. open affair, and most observers considered capable of pulling some
With a 2-2 SEC record and 8-4 feel that whoever eventually claimsthe surprises here and there. The
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overAll. the Gators face the issue title could have as many as Crimson Tide, winning nine and

NAME FRATERNITY r ,, losing six overall, Is tied with
qd Florida in SEC action at 22.
Randy Morecroft. . . . . Pi Kappa Alpha
Alabama Is a veteran squad
Gordon Freas. . . . . Delta Tau Delta which lost only one starter from

Shelly Finman . . . . Tau Epsilon Phi last year's team which posted a
14-11 record. They're led by
Ken Rotman. . . . . . Tau Epsilon Phi 6-4 senior forward J.W. Berry,

Mike Hirschensohn . . . Tau Epsi Ion Phi 6-5 Junior center Bob Andrews,

Ed Saperstein . . . . Phi Epsilon Pi Buster and 6-4 Sullivan.seniors, James Booth and

Ron Rothbauer. . . . . Lambda Chi RitAw Florida guard Brooks Hendersonhas

'I John Watson . . . . Beta Theta Pi been nursing a cut eye suffered -
in the Florida State victory,
but will probably start tonight.
Henderson Is the team's top scor-
Rumors Squelched'Bear' ing threat with an 18.3 average.
Backing Henderson in double
figures for the Gators is Dick
Tomlinson (18.0) Tom Baxley
Won't RetireMONTGOMERY (14.0) Mont Highley (11.0) and
Richard Peek ((10.4)).
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WUFT-TV, Channel 5, will tele-
Ala. (UPI)-- again before the traditional game vise tonight's contest, but without
( Veteran Alabama football roach Paul with Auburn. He was persuadedto sound. Viewers can hear whats
'\ Bear Bryant has termed himself"a stay another season after losingto going on by tuning in the WRUF
tired old man" but denies he is Auburn for the first time in radio broadcast.
planning retirement. five years, the reports said. Florida's Baby Gators,who have
The reports were published in won five and lost two to date,
said at the Atlanta Journal and the Jack- take on Central Florida Junior
Bryant Saturday night a
local country club he had no inclination sonville Fla. Journal. College in the 6 p.m. preliminary.

to step down from his Jacksonville sports editor Jack Ja .
Alabama coaching post, where he Hairston quoted a source as saying R Mural
Standings
has guided one of the nation's top Bryant's wife and his doctor had
college teams since 1958. been urging the former Maryland, ::1 V ,
Kentucky and Texas A&M coachto
retire. Orange League

"My present plans are to serve Sports writer Tom McCollistor TEP. . . 501
the Universty of Alabama as head of the Atlanta Journal said,"Specu- THIS KIND OF ACTION
5 N . . 469
football coach
as long as they think lation on Bryant's impending resig-
returns to Florida Gym tonight as the Gators
I am beneficial to the Institution' nation was that poor health was the play PDT. . . 468
said. host to the Alabama Crimson Tide at 8:15.Swimmers'Streak .
Bryant contributing factor. PKT. ASS
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"I'm a tired ole man," the bear
SAE. . . 418
growled, "but don't challenge me. SnappedBy
He said his wife had tried to ATO..388PKA.

talk him into quitting after the 1963 B TP. . . 365
season, "but I thought I still had FSU Tankers 6629By
plenty of good coaching years left . . 350

in me." KS. . . 331

DAVE BERKOWITZ FSU Jumped out into the leadin edging out FSU's Charlie Robertson SX . . 322

Bryant made the remarks following Sports EditorTALLHASSEEThe the first event, the -100-yarci with a time of 22.9. PlP. . . 310
an "appreciation dinner" medley with a 345.5 effort settinga Ray Whitehouse and Dick
\.
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. thrown here and team record Farwell
Saturday by friends-- UF swim- pool, meet took the other two UF
I aparently squelching) reports by at ming team's hopes for :a second and was never behind. triumphs. In the 200 -yard butter- KA. . . 280

least two Sounern newspapers that straight undefeated season came The Seminoles came right backin fly Whitehouse swam the coursein S PE. . . 280
he was thinking of stepping out of crashing down here Saturday nightas the second contest, the 200- 2:08.0, while Farwell topped
the coaching trade. the swimming Seminoles handed yard freestyle, with a first and FSU swimmers in the 200 back- TX . . 260

Florida a shocking 66-Zt'l upset second as Jim Mauldin set pool stroke with a tfme of 2:07.5. Blue League
Both reports said Bryant twice before an overflow crowd at FSU's and varsity records in 1:50.3 After The loss brings Florida's recordto
tiJ during the 1963 season submittedhis pool.It the second event FSl' led 15-1. 6-1. FSU's record is now 3-0. LXA. . 637PGD..630
was the UF's first loss in When it was over the Seminoleshad The two squads meet again on
resignation--once before the
22: meets spaning over a two-year eight first places totheGatorsthree February 15 in Gainesville.
.Alabama with Tennessee and
game period and the worst beating at the with wins in the -100-yard Later this week the Gators take DU. . . 464

hands of FSU since 1956 when the medley relay, 200-yard freestyle, to the road to meet North Caro- X P. . . 452
Mural Seminoles trounced the Gators 66- 200-yard individual medley, lina on Thursday, East Carolinaon
Meetings PKP. . . 423
.... 18. diving, 100-yard freestyle, 500 Friday and North Cai"OUnaState
'I'he'in was the Seminole's yard freestyle, 200-yard breast- on Saturday. TKE. . . 381
The Sailing Club will meet tonight first against the Gators in four stroke and the100 yard freestyle Florida's Baby Gator tankers PEP. . . 325
at 7 in Florida Gym. All meetings: their last coming in 1962 relay. were more fortunate than their
, Interested are invited to attend. at Tallahassee where they dealt Florida's wins came In the 50- big brothers, handing the Seminole DX: : . 299
The Fencing Club meets regularly Florida a 61-34 lashing. That yard: freestyle, 200-yard back- freshmen their first loss, 61-34. AGR..255DSP.
: in the Norman Hall Gym meet was also the last time the stroke and 200-yard butterfly. The IT frosh record stands at :
. . 210
at 5:00. 50 free
; Tuesday afternoons l'f swimmers lost. Jerry Livingston won the 2-0.



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The Florida Alligator .O.T.E. Party F F Announces 26 Platform Gator Party Will Follow Suit Today V.1. party officials yesterday aliloitid their piitform, for the St udeint Govt, nment polhtla I camnpaignp and I he (,at or Par Iy It' pers said they will releaMs thQIr s today. "I be Ic ye oilr pl atto rmo repre se wts I hi mos t exliiist lvi effort British Back In .by Sen. George Smothers as he does the groundbreaking honors from atop a bullSOieers' Hospita Holds GrudbrU ealdIng By PATTY PITZ Staff Writer U.S. Sen. George Smathers, donned a construetton worker's helmet and sat atop a bulldozer, to break ground yesterday for the $11 million Veteran's Administration hospital opposite the J. Hillis Miller Health Center on the Arche, Road. The new five story hospital, scheduled for cornCadetsSi By GEORGE ELMORE Staff Writer When does justice become injustice' An estimated 25 to 35 UF students are willing to bet that ts turn of events took place last Wednesday and Thursday when bicycle s parked near the racks at the ROTC drill field were issued parking tickets. An officer who was one of those issuing tickets last Wednesday afternoon said possibly theracks were full; however, it was just another 100 feet to the Tolbert Area racks which were not full,. The officer said further that about 200-250 warning tickets had been issued on preceding drill days, but that alter aninitial drop, the nuniber of violations had again risen. An estimated 25-35 of the $1 citations were issued last Wednesday in the ROTC frea. Students questioned about the pletion 'i two years, is the first new veterans' ho,pital in Florida in thirty years, Smathers said in a speech. After press Florida, Small continue their yNo action were angry. Joe Waldron, lUC, said that he did not even know of the racks until Priday, and he had not been issuedawarning of any kind. Charles Leidner, 2UJC, said that he had been parking outside of the rackrs but next to them for three years. lie also said he had received no warning and that the racks were full when he got there. Both students admitted, however, that they had not checked the Tolbert Area racks. Chief Audie L. Schuler of the campus police said he was not aware of the tickets, but "students can straighten out any complaints through the Traffic Court.'' Schuler said he would talk to the officer whto issued the tickets and find out whether additional racks are needed, If the rack; were full, it would be for onli I few hours pet week he said, and would not warrant the expense of additional racks. ure to locate the hospital in south hers told the V.A,'s determination to program of placing new hospitals tear Medical cent ers and medical next three years the number of beds In V.A. hospitals in Florida are planned to double. For every 1,000 veterans there will be four and one-half beds, he said. "we need to go even further. We need to have other hos jjital'.,'' Smathers added. The Senator saai, "This will make Gainesville one of lhe great medical centers of the South." "Man doe, not live by bread alone, but he does live by bread, said U.S. Congressman D.R. Billy' M athe ws In a speech during the ceremony. Mathews said the new hospital will provide "opportunities for hundreds to work.' Of the estimated$S,000,000 yearly buge be sent locally meaning $3,600,Mathews also thanked the Seaboard a il road for voluntarily lowering their track to permit entrance to the hospital property. Speaking for the Veteran's Administration, Dr. Thomas L. Harvey, sout h east director, termed the CF's health center as ''vital and flourishing,' though young. Troops Africa NAIlROBI, Kenya (UiP!)Bewilder ed 11nd crestfaIleni Atricarn. in Uganiia, Kenya and Tanganyika awoke yesterday to find their '"uruhu"' freedom temporarily sitspended and British troops back in control of the newly Independent nalions. lin Moscow, the Soviet Union accused Britain of preparing ''armed aggression' against the new leftist government of yanzibar, just Off the eastern coast of Africa, and warned that continuing military preparations would have "dangerous consequences." The capitals of all three nations-Kampala, Nairobi and IDar-es Salaan,--were quiet with British troops still guardingmtutinous Afri can troops who sparked a thre country crisis last week In a,' effort to get rid of British officers awl"g"t moeay I t S pook y. With Big ree t See Page 2 of tis stort in t'ctnt years," F rank llarsiaiw V.T Party pisideiitiaiI .~ddt, maid yes''t' tiised on the belief that Student GCviirnitnt muist be miore thn an oxp niv. joke. The V .T .j, I a r I y iresents these idea IS r impro vimnht InlY your half-nmillion dollam: business," he said. "'We got miost of 'Air suggest ionb through students In the dorm. and added those Ideas which we in recent months have come totrealite need further study. Platform is: SOCIAL LIFE Negotiate weekend use of university -Owned "count ry club" facilities at golf course as offcampus social center for dorm students. Extend financial %upport to linterdorm social activities for all students. Sponsor a formal dance each Rendezvous, and street dances. Support repeal of off-campus rt'strlrtton on priselce of men and women students iin each other'' apartments. Improve Waouurg swlmming, retreat lonal facil ites and operate (See PLA TFORM, Page Know You By KIN KE NN JY FDITr( R'S the Gator dent body NOTE---Ken Kennedy is lParty candidate for 'Aup re side lt.) hlow do you get to krow your candpdktes and the political parties in the space of a brief campaign? Head .tnd hear what they have to say; look at the caliber of "poop'' they distribute; study thein platformTis. The ways in which a cindidati appeals to voters is a very reliahI. indTh ation of what he thinks of you. I feel that many past tampaIgns as well as Cl.rtaln recent phases of the present campaignn are an insult to the Intelligence of the stu dent holy .I want nothing to do with that type campaign. I have enough confidence in the intelligence of our students and a strong enough hope for uinew look in student governm~Tent to "risk" Politic 7) S By FRANK IIARSHAW (ED)!TOW'S NOTE -Thaw is the V.O.'T.E. didate for student body Frank HatParty tanpresident. *N0TE FROM LAST WEEK: Ir response to your questions, my opponent's two qualIfications hr our "YOU DECIDE'' sheet were taken directly from his own campaign material, 'Meut Ken Kennedy." Ini our campaign, the V.O.T.E. party will use only the facts. MOST STUDENTS SE E CA M PUE POLITICS and say, 'Kumlbt4I" WHY' --becausepoliticsfavors the shallow -substitutes tricky slogans a n'I midnight manipijiations for the question of who could best serve as president. FIGH OF FI CE IN STUDENT G')VERNMENT should not be a bounty *or the biggest smile, or the most ruthless organization. It V U dozer. (Photo by Phil Krwg). JU~f'e -'U~fCe 0 a

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I k j .2 BIG FEET last wrek iii th& seroint aind imide this IrTmH k. 'It doesn't pul Ilt Spooky. 'till)!] rI S lh ii S In p it h n I .o \li th r ommlti w to if y nun sh a is ar! Thnts lhi ntiild lin ei lug ti puiil limu :im Ihow 'unergetiecally lhe lxii l h anui rrk. ii giit, Valti mlI. an ii I res .liizrart, Ii miatttr l robhlemt T'.gethur the ninkail i.il thiiiiglt :uiil I iiitkai \larlbarc, tigarvftes irE aitiu tO {''ilrurti'ii \II I ,i' ilbiat lahrlbroaI flal thn'y ta-ti gciad ~li aititu l iin ttobci((, andtirt' tnitu' filter,, ajnd uulig. mi -itt paK or Flip Top hri Whly nii, saiid ( Fred. .'r,.--lrinl t he tliiiihu.i nth ;ratli i cart i n :is, alas. unthfItter~i p lnitiimeI tu,!,liira h I'luu'u-brudmig Wnas daui,, lbut thei r,'edt (thi i ,er' dilfieult tea exl i n ~ Int tier. i. I liii bpt'ir'd ti raliert. a lai ppa ilimg t Ttih~earttiiding tilt' It ,evimtliit lit-ilmother i flii k ,iku i i dty dhe nidslNmttedI h,; tlit ,uuiut in lIanri.i \tliie anid n'as signed to .i fabluu mail 'C cuairuct. tiu tih. eutirt' Ii.ial; moied toi(:tbiV'irat.i tin' Ibnirht fIII \r -.0 tala tul t II '4, I, o re I wI) '145 u'r i ,I pm4Ju ii, ,~ oi it t(14karl like' Nflgrc >ri l Staiilry M?'ISt, 'iIILo (4 ihi ver's fi, .nims hlsvi formini 'Nnjt U0 yiii agio ut j5 t would Ii. kdiatedl to the 1,i 1 iy ,ri'i iin],. they wPe a ally ,wful they weit accepted. Now they must reevP 'onmmtte. aipprovI1" Thr library's latest "'resident'' I.s a mysterious anonymous woman reated by Steven U. Lob', 7A1?. it replaces a portrait of the late Sen. rDuncan Fletcher which has bevn moved to the second floor. Lotz's painting was purchased by the Dean of Academic Affairs, Robert H. IMautz who has given it on loahn to the library. We are trying to show the creative efforts of the faculty and studerats at the university," Mautz said. "I don't particularly care if people like these paintings. I Just want them to know what's going Onl. If they have noticed the paintings--that's aln that matters." The FPne Arts committee Is composed of eight faculty members and is headed by :irt professor flolls H. Holbrook. Hesldes being in charge of selecting art for the library, it commissions artists to paint portraits of outstanding deans an professors chosen by the uni Nehru H ailed NE W DELHIUPI) -Preoiler JawarhalalNehru was greeted by about 100,000 wildly cheering Indians Sunday when he made his first appear aice since fall1ng ill last month. Nehru recieved the turnultuous welcome when he arrived at a gala Republic IDay parade here. The preflier, look ing cheerful, stepped unaided car. from his TH E MYSTERIOUS LADY .with thiela (Photo by Pi rge feet decorates Krug) Trmete Ciy' a wall in the UF Iibmry Alters Economy The tr im es t er system has definitely changed the economic picture in Gainesville and probably for the good, according to Bill Mitchell, manager of the city's Chamber of Commerce. According to the Resarc' Department of the C of C, the town's retail sales were up seven per cent in 1962 -63 over last year and, as Mitchell put it, "a similar in crease is expected this year.'' "The new system has changed the peak season too," added Mitchell, "Some months aren't as big as they used to be, but the overall sales average is higher.' According to Mitchell, the pea seasons have been changed from December, May and October to tDecemnber, April, August andocto-. ber. And according to Research liepartment spokesman John SparkUF Prof Promotes 0 Chilean Agriculture Universities in Chile can look forward to new -and much needed -courses in a n I mat I nuitritlon thanks to a UF professor. Dr. George K. Davis, professor of animal science and nuitrition, traveled to Chile two weeks ago with UIF Vice President Dr. Harry M. Philpott to make preparations for training which may help Chile become self-supporting in herown meat Industry. Now Chile must import beef from Argentina, but Dr. Davis forsees "a possibility for Chile to export meats if it can develop its potential,'' by improving longe.vity of cattle. By klay I four visiting pro=m fessors from Chile will arrive at the UF campus to undergo two months of intensive training. In the fall they will then teach the animal nuitrition course to fIfth year agriculture students In Chile. "Tapes will be made of the lessons given to the professors so that t ea c hin g methods can be studied." During the same II day period Davis went to Argentina as techrilal consultant under United Nations Speciaj Foundation sponsorship. There he gave assistance on a project aimed at finding the cause of a disease which harms UD to 600.000 (no cf ) -mali, the city is scheduling its trade promotions around the trimester. Sparkman added, however, that It Is too early to tell ithe trimester Is solely responsible for the new economic grdwth. J"st"s ',. Williams, presdent of the FloridaNational Bank, added to this by saying the real impact of the trimester of the city is hard to determine since the short period of time it has been I tffect. "'But,'" he added, ''the trnmester has definitely chiangti the economic picture." "Soaking the rich to give to the poor, need not be used to defend progressive income taxation," James M. Buchanan, a noted plitical economist said at the UI Friday. Buchanan, economics professor at the University of Virginia, told a business administration faculty audience that a "more sctentIfice defense can be made, based on the free choice of indIVidualS.' Buchanan argued that tax experts often interpret progressive tax-ation as a struggle between the ''haves'" and the ''have nots' in our society. "But, they have notexplained the use of this tax in a free society, where individuals can ChOOSe how they shall be taxed," he said. "An individual, uncertain about his future income, but expecting this income to increase over his lifetime, would prefer to pay taxes with a progressive rate structure," he said. To facilitate what he called''tiis constitutional aonroach to ta4 uno a, o o t rho l Ch i 'ba all i oil ,t ll------. me, aht'., alk-rgnto dog

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Gator Guard For Mardi P'jei Set Gras Wpf. Voupid mini the e'ar, #1vi iike th,' II In wo p I Ip. I, I' ii h' i Lit e \l tiha "lie1DIio ii l, I I t it Iil tiui GECNF\'A fIPh) -The Soviet Uf ni o n yesterday readied a pohaInby-point reaction to Pre'-ideit Johtsot's arms control pro posiJ pr sietid to i.th sumied I 7-nkti jj nila mmient conferpn ,, Ii ploBreak Urged PANAMA CITY I') -A group of [7 University of Panama professors y0 ter 'y urged their govern-rie-at to bire ak off medi at 'on, talks in, Washington and press ''aggres 510" (iAr ges against thle Un ilted States it' both the ()rtunrzation of American States and the tJ tited Nations. They accused President Johnson of making "failhdius and offensive'statemenits about the (anal Zone dispute. At the Sam,, tume, Pana ma's Roman Catholic hierarchy pleaded for a peace. ful solution to the crisis. Meanwhile U. S. a,, d I'anama lapsed into dead-lock again yesterday over Panama's insistence that the U.S. agree in advance that it will negotiate new Canal Zone Treaty. Negotiators for the two countries met for nearly tour hours without agreement on the wording of a plan that could open ihi, way for restoration of duplomaticerelatons. Another meeting with the Inter -American Peace Committee of the organ zation of American Stiles OAS was scheduled tot 10 a.m. [ST today. mathc Soure *, Iportid. Soviet officials said thi will have "'something to say" at this we.'k's con fete tie st(ions art thei jwnl.] Amt rican sugges ion, on pxissible ii tis of V ist -west ag et erit, Murder Trial JAC KSON Ml;. ITT'!) Byron IDe l~a Ieckwtth, a ippirinmer of ,a longpro nmieit Mississippi IDelta family, goes or' trial today iin the sniper slaying of ,' Negro civil rIghtt h ad r, lieckwith, 42, is
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ealito>ria is W' rc No P1 um a I~ week, a prien~rt F lorii c'nihwspapi rnil clii th it''h Alligatoi Is tispnsilI andi lumhf im tlh,(r iks,"n tiplhit"'m ha,, cxt*llirnt }op',nidism piejit that is ioreci li dvor of politiril hopefuls 10nd stiftis seek',s wh W u( US hlip piper is p trol for self adv an ceme nt. These statements were made is George Beebe, managing editor of the Miami Herald, argued that the Afligator should be phaced under the control of the U) journalism school. In view of these charges, let us poinii out several facts which appear to blast the underpinnings out from under the charges. FIrst, is The Alligator a plum ror the (,reeks? Thieeditor, mtanaging editor, assistant managing editor, editorial editor, sports edlor and wire editor are independents. Only the features editor and the campus living editor are Greeks. Second, Is journalistic talent ignored in favor of political hopefuls' The editor of the Alligator was elected secretary-treasurer of his freshmen class four years 4g0. He has not been politically active since that time. The assistant managing editor Is running in the upcoming student elections for a position on the Board of Student Publications. None of tlh' other editors have been politically active. It is also interesting to note that nio editor is a member of, or has made application to, Florida Blue Key. Thirdi, is journalistic talent ignored In favor of status seekers? Tht vagueness of this charge renders It difficult to answer. If status on campus is the Implied goal, the charge has been answered. Most recognized as campus goals are political success, a Blue Key or a fraternity pin although, some value an education. If status In newspaper circles is the implied goal of those working on The Alligator, then why should not journalism students work to gain status which would place them in an advantageous position for job-hunting upon graduation. It is to a students1 benefit to have Alligator experience if he seeks a newspaper career. However, it might be pointed out that several stall members have been assured newspaper jobs upon completion of their college work. This brings us to another point--Is journalistic talent being ignored? The editor has worked for a metropolitan daily newspaper for more than three-and-one-half years. The managing editor has worked for a metropolitan daily for more than two-and-one-half years. Other editors on the paper have commercial newspaper experience, and, the staff Is dotted with persons with newspaper experience. During the past five years, the students who rose to leadership positions on The Alligator have done well since their graduations. This indicates that solid journalism students have been chosen for editorships. These acts refute the case stated against The Alligator management above. Placing The Alligator under the journalism school has many merits. Students working on the paper would have expert advice at their fingertips, better farilit ics would be available and the technical product would be superior. Hut there Is inothei side to this story. TIhat is the element of control of editorial opinion and news management. This is not to say that the very capable director of thejournalisnm school, IRae 0. Weimer, would hi ig this type of control about, but rather to sly that it COL 1 come about. Perhaps The Alligator CmiUL) come under the control of one political faction or another under thw present arrangement. Hut any control under the present at r angement can be only temporary since the administration of the paper (hanges hands at least once .i year. Control enforced by the school of journalism if it came about, woi~d be more permanent. Editorial freedom would bw difficult to regain. Perhape the present a, ranigrmeint is not the idea, arrangement. If not, perhaps row is the time fot efforts to begin which will assure the students quality iiewspape, while maintaining freedom within the bounds dictated by responsible journalism. H.F. The Florida Alligator S e d by United Press Inter national Editor .alker lundy Manaing Editor ....Bill Fuller Assistant Managing Editor ....JohnAskns Editorial Editor ..Wayne Nsorflevt Sports Editor. [are Berkow.it,. Wire Editor ..Bob Thonmas Feature Editor ..ynthia Tunstall Campus Living Editor .Jucyicnn Prinre Editorial Assistants .john hancock, Ernie lit/, Glenn I ajwv, Gail Sobering, Nancy Zimumet, Alan Canipbell, Hett) Wendi, and Betsy Garrison. Reporters. Mike Power, Jim Castello. Phil len der, Joel (,asto, Dotglas Molior, Donita Mathison, Sally Stock, krathie Martin, Carol Nebis, Ann Carter, Joe Kollin, Pan, Pulle", 4gnw, Fowle-, Ronald deserve, Bob DeLoach, Fran Snider, F red I ane, Kathrine Duda, Jean Fagot, Judy Teich, Evan Engle, George Mtms, Phil Geyer, AJ~iiA vi .IiII1j' -N,tI S U! ill .4 .4! 1(1 -III It ain't thot way, George. EDITOR'S DESK AfIter Midnight 1 By WALKER LUNDY Editor The age old battle over what time Sally Coed should be home is currently being fought at the UP and we heard of an unusual concept used at two other colleges. Brace yourselves, Florida folk, because the Idea is a shocker of sorts. At the University of Kansas and the University of Iowa, senior women are allowed to use keys to their dorm and stay out as late as they want to at night, using the key to let themselves back In the dorm. This policy is also under con-sideration at Northwestern lniversity and Purdue, much to the chagrin, we imagine, of the parents of the young lassies there. The current controversy at the UF is over Sunday night come-in time for the dorm coeds. It's now 11 p.m. for all the girls and the Women's Student Association (WvSA) wants it liberalIzed for upper classmen. Dean of Women Maria V. IBraiy said she had heard of the newtype ''Key Club' idea in girls' dorms before but that the other In colleges had a different type of housing then does the UP. "They have smaller housingunits then we do here,' she explained. "They have bungalow-type dorms and that way there's not a lot of keys floating around'. "Security and safety are the main factors in an operation like that," she continued. 'You always have the problem of lost keys." She said the idea was not new and that other smailcolleges were using it too, none, however, in the southeast. Basically, the lIF's fairer sex is happy over curfew times at the UP, according to Dean Brady. "Our girls (the WSA) make their own rules and I think our people are happy with the present regulations,' she said. ''After all, the seniors can stay out to 12:30 and there's not much to do in Gainesville after then anyhow.'' To quote Mr. Peabody, the druggist on the old Great Glldersleeve radio show, 'well now, I wouldn't sty that." It's traditional among lndeL E T TER: E DITOH: Ap'a.thy (ap'a.thi) n. Indiffer ence to what appeals to feelings or interest. (Webster's Col egi at This *w d is tcegtitimig to burnr way. Itm tired of being bomb0, ded with tries of apathy, apathy' by ii mass for p I'iskethall game lecture, danme or other campus apathetic. As edec loll time ejmes Itar, the cries hero me liude r C Impus politicians Complain hit we hue no interest 1 1 amlpalgns. 0! dc tions. They compl am that w edon't support student go' ernime,,t. \\ell, ni a y he there are right. Mlasbe w e don't care, hut whose fault is it' outr I hprdh think so If t hewe pol it ii ns ~ould show us that student gox cr1' Apathy cumstanres'" to be replaced with a V.O.T.F .banier .Was this the work of the so-c plled campus poli tecal leaders The po i lysc sm all, but I thin t is ini "r tant' Are pihty al campaigners that resort to the If politicians Cannot run tie lt campaign, how at they run all honest adm uis atio~ Te poetic' is who spend their time in the ba k rooms plan tig huw to lest roy tie opposjtir's N arm less is and w reck the' r c ampaign lteratuore cannot be devoting much time aiil effort to ciraw I cg up platform, and plaits that w ill benefit us --the studentss, 51sa to these politicians, showk us a good campaign --moral, et hi al, arid i nteillIgent --andi you A IlI gt our Interest. To me, a, hon e S t ( ampaigri id cates ho nest I i office and sCe VOerSA. Howev Pr, Mr. Politician, tf you rrefer Irnm .-,.pendants and, we suppose, The XIIgator, to beret fraternities and their evil influence on the young coilegv student. Enough words have hen printed along that line to fill aguousIzed book for sure. Drinking and sinning and flunking out are all that the Greeks are good for. Everybody knows tint. But every so often a fratei jnry does something that can't he itscredited even by the most cynical. Last Saturday from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. the pledge class from Phi Delta Theta social fraternity hell forth at the corrnerof West Unlyv, shty Avenue and 13th Street .4nd stopped cars for the Marc Iio Dimes. They stayed there in shifts ill day even when it began raingiw wearing coats and ties. We poei them several times during the 'liv and couldn't help but admire thrm. The money was totaled yesternti and tame to a little over$200 whlt h was turned over to the Mar< h i Dimes. Congratulations, Phi IDelt s, f I lob well done. * .We have a question for the politcos. When your putting up your "poop' on the greenboards round about our fair campus, why do you completely cove the hoard with the sam, Is it because read all 16 of each one says Well, Mr. Pol pop you think we wpI] themi ever, phouh the same thing liti can, save ci We illbe god ctien and wad them ONCE. But all you do whet you plaster the greenboards with posters is make the campus look trashier when the 'poop'' s torn down by the other party and keepi the lower slatecandidates from gttting any of their "poop" befol the students' eyes. So, please. Have a heart, fell.a L E T TERMS Please sign all .. N t I. 9 It ______________ > A pP[l(A1'4

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Broward Why So 'I Alarms Clubs Many? r r RI r 1 bI,' d I I, C''il t W id [[l t, a r" i i t, Id r it, Ir |itzfy 191 mildl y at the I I, his ii it oe im bhut fires .in r ike slim hi ii any other women's dur flsi 'lii iii school year tbegainmheptember, I hi I ty poIice records show. iir alleling the student who tie lI eritely sets off an alarm, tothe little boy who called "wolf'' once too often, Jourard suggested that an nufividual might be motivated hy a nuest for power and Attention. Toward likened this kind of inudiaituaI to "'a small child who reils lie's been neglected,"' and who may do something silly and dangerous to be noticed. tie cautioned that it woodbediffItult to say whether deliberately causing a false fire alarm is ''an exprPssion of Ignlorance, a demand for attention, or whether it's due to a more serious disturbance," with'ut knowing the person and having Better understanding of the particular situation. The latest false alarm woke Bill Fleming Bill A. Fleming, Director o' Alumni Affairs at the UF wastoday lamed to head the Southeastern IDisttict of the American Alumni Council for a two year term. His election took place at a 'onterence of alumni workers from ten states held inClearwater. Delegates represented educational institutions in Virginia Kentucky, Tennessee Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia', South Carolina and Florida. fleming, who also serves as exeBILL FLEMING utive secretary or the UFE Alumni Association, was ronlerence chaIrman for the Clearwater meeting,. As chairman-elect, he assumes the A AC Southeastern District office in 1965. He has long been active in He has ben Director of Alumni Affairs at the U'F since 1962 and held osItions as acting director and assistant director before assuming his present post. Registration Deadline Near All pre-medical and pre-dental The (TI PeR.' Umion will boll it first hi-weekly meeting Wednesday at 8l p.m. in the Iohnisoii Lounge. All interest< persons may attend. dBand The NORA!) Command Bain] wdl of Music' I eb. 2 in the IUnivvrsity A The band, under the direltioil of official representative of thte Noi th Rally Behind Hot Campaigns t wur mIr Ip tlemfti' it, 4 biard the Student rnfirledi die n the I IH 't 'f. l u i' i the i in r 'he futh f5iiliu tiiil ttiiiyli ee l In uken.an \s '"ed liv e ri d i'*' nirh, ic Mis, ho 'I i 'stg te smeo.necmh he fan agi the alrm whi rigudyh fortdlouone fourt floo hisaily deski ah hook -t" rhe girlsi a, th. eaouwin have then uown eas.er yt00grs hy aonlyet Higweverhe tod s that' smdyeone on the fourth o ga floor o test).a oT'he girls frm the eacsedin floor thoty owdesc prs. lu "The raon hey thght ieetk as s tingat theoe tras cthe fortoo t sotyShe edpi ethat therdenasy gn ftir iion thea ht. Six alrs erte ocuded floar trieer for firesmartarted inathe tigtetrash chute lctdihenrthmwest sofetin of Brarsh Thue, fieus were found and sent to Women's Student Associat ior's Judiciary Committee. This was the first false alarm set off thks trimester arid the first one set off in the east wing during both triinesters. ''Tere's really rut much we can do.'' Miss Borib S aid concerning action aga inst the false a] arms. "It's the girls' I espoasibility to OTIW to us. Connie licksoi,, of fourth floor southeast, put it more philosophi cally, ''t's nio lug lhung. We keep, having them all the tmw!* JMeeting Slate d .when this goes off, says on unidentified (Photo by Getting School Into Is "'Competition for admittance into the graduate school is expected to become 'keener' within the next three to five years,'' said lDean I,.E. Grinter, director ofthe graduate school. "The UnIversity of Florida offers graduate study and master's degrees in more than eighty areas of concentration," he 'aid. To obti a. master's degrew, a student must take from $0 to 36 credit hours of academic wrk. "'This can be done in two tri miesters, but is usually done in three.'' according to C rinter. 'In the past, the rate of iicrease of students io the grid uate sehtxol his been 7"9 per year. Hut this year, we have bad a 20% Iicreas.' -1,500 to 1,800 were accepted laMs Septembe ."' C rintne r said, 'the expected en rolliment for 1980 will be about 5,000 students. This will probably he due to the number of Junior colleges and their emphasis on I ut inuing U niversity sturlies.,,' To be eligible fo, the graduate program, a student must have comnpleted two years of under-gradFrf Concert Il present thie famred '( aviD aule udtoium U i t. Crolronal Mark A,/ollnt iS the Amtreri ii Air I ef,'n,,e Command (NOR AD). NOltAI is the two-nation iiefejte systema guiriiing (,ur
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Kentucky !Kittens Turn Wildcats Against Tech i o .l im p an~It N '' i i I 1 0 tIr l '1;11 ih I .' g s ' I [(H Ci ', I o, i tu ~e, Pk.h (sotil l I i I hut the sherfi ilf it! liy y if the Wil;at attack In the final 24 minutes pul 4th -ranked Kentucky right back where it was month go a prime (andI(I~ate for Its 2lstSouth[ti' ,,~e, it It I db]t h Vlstewherf Situd(ay, Auburn ruilled (ieorgi a's chance to flare the SEC' lead by beating the Ilulhdgs 8577, 9th raked 1)uke edged Tennessee 67-65 In double over ALLIGATOR ins og slop,.gI It ~p r it,. ig a , .i uros ||rp b, y gli i y t e r'n Ii ,g i t .' st i, Ken< stuckyirt1, ab a b onl forepint w :36a left t' playl n off 12 raighte mines to, tga e rnmning 6-4 ,bflad Itr wms te firstrtighI four ntlns tat the Cacers In 7 Page 8 Mon da AMi-Fraternity NAML Randy Morecroft. Gordon Freas. ......... Shelly Finrman. .... Ken Rotmran. ....... Mike Hirschensohn. .... Ed Saperstein. ......... Ron Rothbauer. ..... John W~atson. ........ R um ors 'Bear' V y ,January 27, 964 Bowlers FRATERNITY Pi Kappa Alpha Delta Tau Delta Tau Epsilon Phi Tau Epio P tau Epsilon Phi Phi Epsilon P1 Lambda Chi Beta Theta P1 '' 1 < '' -s-n -' a [U Ii, .(U AB rth ,* i .]) r1 'fl. 'rri Ii t iht-I j a tta U fl ,sti af. I) Thas week's schedule: MoTrava --AlIA AMA A South C arolina Georgia Tech South,,%t I cii at Fluidat Georgia, at Trernessee siana at Missis Host Conferenc By STEVE Sports VALICHN Writer Florida's flickering Southeastern Conference title hopes could be either strengthened or extInguished ton, g ht when potentially dangerous Alabama shows up for an important SEC clash. With a 2-2 SEC record and 8-4 ovanl. the Gators face the issue of a three game homes (jo.-or-die conference en beginning with the Crimsc televised appearance tonIg tucky, fourth rankedna rolls in on Saturday, foil powerful 'Ternessee r.ext The SEC race remain open affair, and most ot feel that whoever eventual! the title could have as SulhedS OCe Won't MONTGOME: IY, Ala. (1)-Veteran Alabama football 'oiL 1 Paul Ikar hryant has termredi himiseIf "a tired old man"' hut heIces he Is planning retirement,. lryanit s aid Siturday tight at a local country club he had Ito incination to si ep down fre ma his Alabama teaching post, where he has guided one of the nation's top college teams since 1958. "My pi esegit plans ire to 'erve the Universty of AI.l)Tma ashad football coach as long as they think I am beneficial to the InstitutIon, Bryant said. talk him into quitting after the l963 season. "but I thought I still had plenty of good coactinrg yearIs left in me." liryauit mtate thi itiarks fol lowing ant "'appieiatioii jd~Innr" thrown here Situ rday by f rulns -apart'ntly *1U@IChITng repo, 'S by at least two Soitnern newspapers that he was thinking of stepping out of the coa hinig trade. Both reports said Bryant twit' Retire again before the traditional game with Auburn. He was persuaded to stay another season after losing to Aubutrn for the first time in five years, the reports said. The reports were published in the Atlanta Joni nal and the Jacksonville Eta. Journal. Jacksonville sports editor Jack ilairston quoted a source as saying Bryant's wife and his doctor had been ul girng the former Maryland, Kentuky ad Texas A& M coach Spot ts writ., Tom McColllior o( the Atlanta Jou. nal said, "Speculitton on Bryant's impending resigittion was that poor health was the cont fluting facto, IX a ue THIS KIND OF AC TIO N .returns to Florida Gym tonight as I host to the Alabama Crimson Swimmers'Streak By FSU By DAVE BERKOWITZ Sports Editor TAll HIASSE H-The I I swini mi Irg team's hop.'lot a Second sti a ight undlefeiteI season tae crabh ing down iilet, S aturday night is the swImminrg Semimolehanded F-lorida a shm'kintg 6i -19 upset before an~ o'eI fluw crowd at b a'' ticol. Tankes, F SI' in the medic' jumped out first event with A 3:45, ,r into the effo the lead 400-yard rt setting a poo1, meet and team record, arid w.as ne' er behind. The Semiinoles came 'ight back in the second contest, the 200y ard freestyle, with a firs 4n lit second as Jim M auldin ISet pool arid t rsity records ,fn I 50.3 After the seonn e' tnt PSI. led 15-I. Tidec the and sipp), r dy-Mi ipp1~ te It SaturIay -(,em gi ai. teh it kit barma, V arnderbilt at Auburn, KENTUCKY at FLORIDA, Tennessee at Georgia, Mlssissippi at I culsi am. State and Mississippi State at Tulane. Alabama eCas erie of three conference losses. Florida counters has yet to face arty of the real n Tide's SEC kingpins in losing to Louisht. Kenlana State andfleorgla, while whip-attonally, ping Tulane and Auburn. [owed by Tonight's Alabama opposition is Monday. rnot exactly setting the basketball sa wide world on fire this season, but is servers considered capable of pulling some ly claims surprises here and there. The many as CrImson T ide, winning nine and -losing sax overall, is tied with Alabam is a vtieran squad which lost only one starter from last year's team which posted a 14-il record. They're led by 6-4 senior forward J.W. Berry, 6--5 Junior center Bob Andrews, and 6-4 seniors, James Booth and Buster Sullivan. Florida guard Brooks Henderson has been nursing a cut eye suffered in the Florida State victory, but will probably start tonight. Henderson is the team's top scoringthea withan' -18.3 average. Backing Henderson in double figures for the Gators is Dick Tomlinson (18.0) Tomn Bailey Ricard-Peekn1.) WUFT-TV, Channel 5, will televise tonight's contest, but without sound. Viewers can hear whats 4 going on by tuning in the WRUF radio broadcast. Florida's Baby Gators, who have won five and lost two to date, take on Central Florida Junior College in the 6pD.m. preliminary. Gators play at 8:15-. Snapped edging out Fst,, Charlie Pobertson with a tume of 22.9. Bay~ Whitehouse and Dick Farwell took the other two U F riumnphs. In the 200 -yard butterfly Whitehouse swim the course In 2:08.0, while Earwell topped rSL' swimmers in the 200 backitrke w ith a tiThe of 2:07.5. The loss brings Florida's record to 6-1. F St'S record s nw .n Mural St0aings Orange League TEP. PDT. PKT. BTP. P KA .-... K'S. S X .. P l P. A EP. KA. .... S PE .. TX. Blue League IXA 501 469 468 455 450 365 350 33' 322 310 285 280 280 260 637 }r C oui, IMr. at .01 "'