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Vol.56, No.83 University of Florida TuesdayJanuary 28,1964




Gator Party Releases PlatformGator


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party revealed its 1964 ful, responsible student govern- activities which student govern- and will never be complete. It government.The .
platform yesterday and presidential ment BACK TO THE STUDENTS.This ment will initiate and administer Is designed simply to serve ESSENTIAL Gator Party wants to serve
hopeful Kennedy said It can not be in terms of the during the coming year. BASIC NEEDS of the you and WILL SERVE YOU. We

concentrated on "bringing Student same old "give away" platformand Each plank, each item of this students under existing circum- urge you to give us the op-
government back to the students." student government programsthat platform is FEASIBLE, PRACTI- stances. portunity.

"We got a lot of our ideas (for have become a traditional CAL and, we feel, DESIRABLE. This platform will EXPAND as

the platform) from the dorm resi- part of campaign poop. These are things which can be new situations develop and as fresh Sincerely,
dents themselves," Kennedy said. The following platform is an done, and will be done. ideas flow as a result of YOUR Ken Kennedy Dick Gobei
Party Chairman Bob Wilson said outline of the basic programs and This platform is not complete awareness and interest in student

the platform was designed"tofer-
ment student spirit and promote PERSONALIZED SG SERVICES

general interest InStudentGovernment. Pres. DeGaulle Recognizes
." Student Government is no longer -

Kennedy said in talking with speaking to the real problems;
dormitory residents before draw- to the interests and the aspirationsof

ing up the platform, he "listenedto ChinaPARIS the students. Vested Interestson
their ideas, suggestions and People'sRepublicOf our campus have prevented rec-
complaints." ognition of the obvious--that the

DEAR STUDENT: Student Body has changed but Stu-
The Gator Party is dedicatedto (UPI-President Charlesde ese newspaper Akahata Red United Nations and end the 15-

the task of bringing meaning- Gaulle recognized Communist Banner, was broadcast by Peking year Isolation of Mao Tze-tung. (See PLATFORM, Page 8))
China Monday over strong U.S. Radio. It was directed chieflyat Some observers think De Gaulle

KennedyCounters objections and an angry threat arrival in Japan of new F105 acted with cold, hard realism because Harshaw
by Nationalist China to sever relations China offers the prospects
with Paris.In of vast markets for French Indus-

a single bold step that could Nationalist China trial exports for the next 50 years,
alter the balance of power in and because he says he believes SatisfiedBy

Asia, De Gaulle moved to grasp France should show there are alternatives -

By MIKE POWER the reins of Western leadershipin Blasts French Act: to Washington's cold PHIL HEVENER

Staff Writer the Far East from the United war policies. Staff Writer
States and restore some of the See Page 3 lie is reportedly convinced that
Gator party presidential glory that was France. France is best equipped to salvage V.O.T.E. presidential hopeful
nominee Ken Kennedy yesterdaytook Almost simultaneously with recognition what was once French Indochina- Frank Harshaw said ha was"grat-

his turn at challenging.He Chinese Communist lea- Laos, the Viet Nams and Cambodia ified" with the results of last

proposed a verbal war with der Mao Tze-tung issued a pro- jets capable of carrying nuclear --and that ignoring a nation of week's campaigning In various
V.O.T.E. party opponent Frank clamation calling on the Japanese bombs. 650 million population cannot con- sections of the campus."We pickedup

Harshaw in a series of debatesin people to rise up and throw the The recognition, announced tinue. several suggestions which havebeen

dormitories. Kennedy's chal- U.S. armed forces out of Japan. simultaneously here and in Peking, The U.S. State Department said incorporated In our plat-
lenge was taken as an answer to Mao's statement, made to the is expected to facilitate early formally it regretted French action form," he said.
Harshaw's that the two take partin Peking correspondent of the Japan Chinese Communist entry into the and called it an"unfortunate step." This week Harshaw will con-
a Freshman Councilsponsoreddebate tinue to meet campus organi-
scheduled for tomorrow zations, and a debate Is slated

night in University Auditorium."I Nixon Scranton On GOP Ballot for Wednesday night between Har
;
don't think the debate in shaw and Gator Party flag-bearer

the Auditorium will be as effective Ken Kennedy. The two candidates

as a series of dormitory' will discuss campaign Issues In
debates" Kennedy said. Maggie Throws 'Bonnet1 In RingCONCORD University Auditorium at7:30p.m.

Following a n invitation from
"The reason I accepted it is
Harshaw to Kennedy plans
are
that I'm willing to and want to N.H. (UPI) The chester, a prominent Republican, Nixon is "the outstanding leader
unde.way for debates in the girls'dorm
debate Frank at any time." names of former Vice President filed as a candidate for delegateto in Republican circles and the one
areas, according to V.O.T.E.
He called the Auditorium session Richard M. Nixon andPennsl\an- the GOP national convention man to best unite the various factions -
Party Chairman John Ritch.
"not completely meaningless." ia Gov. William W. Scranton were favoring Nixon. that exist within the party
Both readily accepted the
added yesterday to the ballot In S)Mo C. Martin also of Man- today," Mac Donald, former Man- men
Kennedy also expressed concern Freshman Classes:' offer last weekto
this state's flrst-in-the-nation chester, filed as a delegate fav- chester finance committee chair
about how tomorrow's debate will sponsor the debate, although
presidential primary.Meanwhile oring Scranton. man said.
He said he would like to there are Indications that Harshawand
run.
Republican Sen. NeUherexlon's nor Scranton's He said he had 'no doubt" that
of Kennedy might be just as happyto
consult with representatives
Nixon would be the convention
Margaret Chase Smith of Maine consent was required.Mac
the Freshman Council andV.O.T.E. skip the University Auditorium
announced in Washington that she Donald said he expecteda nominee. MacDonald, who urgeda
before the discussion meeting In favor of talks before
party would run for president. She full slate of 14 candidates for "spontaneous write-incam-
begins."It also said she would run in the delegate would file in behalf of paign" for Nixon, said a meeting smaller dormitory area groups.
will be worthwhile if we don't "I'm not in favor of debatesat
8 cutoff of the former vice president's
New Hampshire presidential pri- Nixon before the Feb.
debate in front of University Auditorium," Hat-
merely party mary. date for delegate candidates in supporters would be called In a

(See GATOR Page 5)) John 1.. Mac Donald of Man- Maine. short time. (See V.0.T.E. Page 5)iiij )



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AGNES FOWLES the idea of discount media whichis r
Staff Writer desire able, workable and democratic -
The administration has approveda to all those concerned.
student government "Student 4. The sales would be operative y l rr s > A
Sales Day" plan, which will be during a Friday-Saturday period
presented to Gainesville Mer- designated at regular intervals.
chants the latter part of this week, 5. The items and merchandise
Student Body Pres. Paul Hendrick placed on sale during these sales
said. would be of such a nature that all
Following Is art outline of the activity concerning the sale would K ty
final draft which will be presentedto represent an evaluation of the
the chamber: needs and consumer wants of the 'b 37x

1. The name of this program student body.
shall be Student Sales Days. 6. Student Government Is to sup- ; .;
2. The purpose of the plan is ply a representative crest for Y ropor.--1 ifA..'
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to establish better relations each merchant participating' 'CALVALCADE OF MUSIC'
between the UF student communityand that he may display it in his A

the Gainesville merchants. window, and be readily recognizedand is scheduled for Sunday afternoon by the North American Air Defence Command

3. The Dlan's- concept Involves identified. (NORAD) band of Colorado Springs. The concert is scheduled'for the University Audi-
7. A trial program is to be
torium at 3p.m.New .
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2. t. 50 appropriate 'suggestions, for its newly appointed Directorof sently assistant to the general tion."

GFOQV3 T'r V operation. GENESYS, UF's Graduate En- manager of Northrop Space He said he was "particularly
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UF Scientists -- !t




Study Noise AkM





To Help NASA 'i



Shattering vibrations which simulates vibrations louder than _
could destroy NASA's two observa- the roar of jet engines by usinga
tory satellites when they are thrust specially built generator witha
into sapce next summer under 12 foot horn attachment. The f.
study at the UF's College of En- sounds are recorded on magnetic
gineering. tape, then analyzed through elec-
Models of portions oT the satel- tronic devices.
lites .-the Orbiting Astronomical i The work Is in progress on the : 'Hr
Observatory (OAO) and the Orbit- roof of the College of Engineering
Ing Geophysical Observatory Building under a $31,000 grant 7e
(000) set to gather new data on from NASA's Coddard Space Flight : r
stars and planets --are being sub- Center Greenbelt, Md.
jected to a variety of high inten- The models used for the experiments A
sity sounds by university engineersto are replicas of parts of the
check their resistance to thun- OAO and 000 satellites, and are
derous vibrations the vehicles will made of the same materials.The 3 1 1A
.
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encounter in the thrusts
skywardand University studies are scru-
in space.Researchers. tinizing adverse vibration effects
i. in the university's upon the honeycomb like fiber- NASA FIBERGLASS SHROUD
advanced mechanics laboratoryaim glass shrouds which protect the
- to reduce the extreme sc .ic space vehicles. Vibrations while .Is seen here undergoing vibration tests at UF Engineering School. Pictured are

sound vibrations and even redesign the rockets are on the ground as Dr. Hans Wagner the "random noise" research team, and L. K. Chang of Formosa
the delicate observatory vehicles well as in flight are transmitted
r if necessary<< to, keep these through the coverings to the observatory At right is 12 foot horn used to generate simulated vibrations.
vibrations from destroying the instruments.The .
satellites or affecting the opera- researchers are expectedto
tion of their sensitive instruments.It predict how each fullsize space
is the only university labora- vehicle would behave under random
tory In the nation conducting research noise stress, and if it needs modi-
Iyrs on vibration aspects of the fication because of excessive
U project.Dr. oscillation, Dr. Nash reports.
W.A. Nash, head of the Already, he said, his team has
four man research team and head determined some vibration .
1er of the Advanced Mechanics Depart- characterics, frequencies at which the world before me,
)D ment of the College of Engineering, the vibrations oscillate, and the
calls the vibrations "random forms they take.
noise." Dr. Nash, three graduate stu- the :long brown path /
tDc He explains that the roar from dents and Dr. Hans Wagner, assis-
the blast of the Atlas booster pro- tant professor of mechanics, are
duces sonic vibrations which could using physical and mathematical before me
c'd: damage delicate instruments calculations for their predictions.They .
inside the satellite. expect to complete research Lt
'da "These various random sounds on the random noise by .
''e could possibly destroy the entire April to meet NASA's schedule of leadingwherever
1)t) project," he says. orbiting the two satellites by sum-
In the campus experiments he mer of 1964.
e
I choose.Walt .

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t n, Nationalist Chinese -J Whitman

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.
e Blast French MoveTAIPEI I'

a
e
(UPI-Nationalist China said the French action would have .
I.e ..: "/' '".,\
Issued a sharp protest yesterdayafter "serious consequences."General-
e France recognized Commu- Issimo Chiang Kai-shek's cabinet
5 nist China. However, It withheldan met in emergency session. The
immediate break in diplomatic Nationalist envoy in Paris calledit
e relations.The "an unfriendly act."
,
J ,

Formosan Foreign Ministry A spokesman for the Foreign 4
Ministry said the Paris-Peking
agreement "not only seriously affects -
LBJ Proposes the interests of the Chinese

Nationalists but is against the basic
spirit of the United Nations
New Towns'WASHINGTON
charter." He reaffirmed Chiang's
opposition to the "two China" con-
(UPI) -President
Johnson proposed yesterday that cept.Official sources here said the What happens when you come to work for Southern Bell is up to you.
the federal government help create Nationalist Chinese government
"totally new and complete com- .has decided to break relations with We offer opportunity. An atmosphere where IK..* ideas thrive. Timeto

from crowded cities Paris eventually.
where munities thousands away of families can think them through and develop them. Openings for graduates in

live and work. many fields. If this is the kind of place you are looking for, why not
Actually, the sources said, the

The "new towns" Idea was one decision to sever relations with talk to Southern Bell's representative. lie will be on campus in the
France if De Gaulle recognizedthe
of a series of measures the Presi- Peking regime was two days College Placement Office Octuoer 29, 30 and 31, 1963.
outlined In special
dent
a messageto
ago. The sources said Chiangis
to achieve the goalof
Congress
determined to go ahead with
"a decent home in a decent
the break even though American
neighborhood for every American officials have made it plain Wash-
He did not estimate the '
family.
ington did not favor such a step.
cost of the over-all program.

Southern (AM Bell
Under the proposal, the federal However, there appeared to be
would offer grants and some possibility that the break
government ... gtOW/Gt9 IIIl11 th FJiat
loans for planning and constructionof may not be made until the Chinese
communities Communist envoy presents his
self sufficient new
,. ,
complete with all public ser- credentials In Paris. The Peking- t.
vices, Industries, jobs, housingand Paris communique said the two
cultural and recreational facilities nations will appoint ambassadors
for all Income brackets. within three months.







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This week the campaigning begins in earnest. L
For the past two weeks, we have watched the rippllngs on the ESIDENT PRESIDENT
political waters grow into the tidewash of a full-flowing campaign.It PR HARSHA FRANK HARSHAW.r
all started with small meetings in fraternity houses, dorm rooms FRANK -
and over coffee tables, with political hopefuls caucusing, persuading, -. : C I
and cajoling until party lines began to take shape. As each party !
coalesced into an Individual political identity, the members beginto I
slip into the key slots on the basis of power and potential politi- PRESIDENT II I
cal appeal, plus (we hope) ability and qualifications. PRESIDENT
For the first two weeks, the battle has been like the preparationfor FRAh K h'dRSKAW FRANK HARSHAW .

an ancient Joust; with the principal contestants parading before
the audience with all the regallent splendor of the "people's cham-
pions". The only signs of battle have been cautious probings of the
enemy's strength in the form of fraternity and sorority alignments, I
coupled with the usual array of dances and parties to familiarize the ,. PRESIDENT PRESIDENT I
campus with each party's favorite sons. GONE?
WHERE HAVE ALL THE POSTERS I

But now election day is drawing closer and the campaign is creep- as each party begins to drop hints to the effect that the other just might possibly :

Ing into its final week. It's time for the lances to be lowered in have knowledge of who did the "gooning" .
earnest, and all the secondary weapons (so carefully prepared in
the first few days) readied for action.In FREE THINKER
the campaigns of past years, this is the period when the gentle-
manly aspect of the contestants melts away in the heat of the battle.
If ever the weapons of rumor, petty accusations and "gooning" are What About R.O.T.C. ?
to be used. now will be the time.

CLIVE TAYLORThe "which offers proper substantial teen strong--bristled with a mili-
Both parties have promised clean campaigns (as usual) and have By course in military tactics", com- taristic Intolerance exceeding the
stated that THIS year it will be different. land-grant (Morrill Act plies sufficiently with the Morrill fondest hopes of the initial writer,
THIS year, the only "trash" in evidence will be the mounds of of 1862 gave to individual states Act even though the students at and apparently led the student editor -
Informative material discarded by the students (after they have madea federal land, the sale of which the institution are not compelledto Into somber reflections of his
careful evaluation of unbiased opinions stated therein). would provide funds to maintain take the course. own about the presence of ROTC.R. .
THIS year each party is determined to provide the students with state colleges, where, along with Some seventeen colleges have O. T. C.--Some suggestions.Let .
the kind of atmosphere necessary to make an accurate Judgmenton "mechanic" and agricultural sub- changed from a compulsory to a us have some letter writing
the basis of qualifications and legitimate issues. jects, courses in "military tac- voluntary system or have dropped discussing pros and cons of the

tics" would be offered.In ROTC altogether.At matter preliminary to a referen-
THIS year...... 1898, the War Department present there are perceptive dum of all students and faculty
This year the campaign will be Just as clean and intelligent as the proposed that the army-trained anti-compulsory movements on called by student government. If
students demand that it be. If the interest of the student body can instructors in land-grant collegesbe most major campuses, includingthe the abolitionists get a mandate let
be sustained with a campaign based on a scrutiny of the platforms, given full faculty status as University of Arizona, Arizona them petition the administrationfor
r. and standing of the candidates on the real issues (and if student govern- professors of military science and State, California, Colorado, a suspension of compulsoryROTC.
ment is as Important as they claim it to be, then there MUST be tactics, that uniforms be worn by Hawaii, Illinois, Massachusetts, .
Issues) the parties will have no reason, much less time, to lower students while taking military Instruction Michigan State, Missouri, Ohio Then we will know on what basis -
the stature of the campaign to one of mutual destruction.But and that such instructionbe State, Oklahoma, Oregon State, ROTC is on this campus.
If students can't be stirred with an intelligent approach to made compulsory.These Tennessee, and Wisconsin.
politics, there will always be SOMEONE willing to reach down for the proposals were adopted Examples of student action: LettersQuite
handful of mud..and "THIS" year could end up like every other with the passage of the National Referendums, picketing,petitions,
year. Defense Act in 1916. protests, etc. often, editorial com-
In 1930 the Attorney General Yet it would be mistaken to ments appear in the Alligator

W. C. N. held__that___ a_ _un land-grant___ ___college_____ __ believe that the campus military the which raise the ire of some of
more serious minded Individuals -
establishments take such protests

I Hearts And Intellect, Not Color Or Creed lying movements down. would Indeed go,the much anti-ROTC slowerif comments form of letters.wh on most.campus.often take These the

they did. For example, last
r h a controversy is raised
fall
at Boston University a stu-
over an issue where the intellectuals -
By HERB BLESSING System was instituted on a cam- an examination under the Honor dent published in the campus news-
split with the fool-
( pus-wide basis in 1914, the uni- System! Honesty and honor may paper his distinctly unmuted belief -
I, Honor Court Chancellor hearty, it. Is the latter who
versity had less than seven hun- not be as pertinent to the course that "abolition of ROTC and
This is the first of three title other suspension of credit appear to be in the majorityby
I dred students. With so few stu- as matters, but they college for
virtue of their vocal
;relationship dents, it was possible to createa are certainly as Important any- ROTC courses by the University nature. more
I fairly effective Honor Fystem thing that can be taught in a class- would be a good step toward eliminating -
When feel the need to
1 and the Honor System. These simply by decreeing that one ex- room. The university that does not the causes of war". Ris- you
I articles are not presumptuously isted. Minimal student and faculty teach how to live as well as how ing to the bait was the ROTC's champion a cause, do it in
!I designed to instruct the leadership made it fully to make a living is not fulfilling Sword and Gauntlet honor society, such a way as to be effective.
1 j faculty. Rather, they are effective. its purpose. which ordered its every freshmen The editorial pages of the Alligator -
I aimed at'outlining the present pledge--some fourteen men--to is the best medium on
1 problems of the Honor System strike against this blasphemy with campus for the disseminationof
r In the hope that the faculty Today, on the other hand, the Note that we do not here ask for letters to the student paper. The worthwhile ideas.
will aid in solving them. It university has more than fourteen your support for the Honor Sys- consequent outburstssome Write a letter!
is hoped, also, that students thousand students. The Honor tem per se. At this level it is
j' will benefit from seeing the Court staff works hard to sell the not necessary. Regardless of attitude -

Honor System in a new and principles underlying the Honor toward the HonorSystem and The Florida AlligatorS
different perspective. This System to this vast number of student trustworthiness, no faculty
first article deals with the people. We orient and persuadead member worth the name would ,, d by United Press International
communications problem of infinitum. Despite our efforts, deny the value of honor and hon-

the Honor System, and shows we are not able to contact enough esty. We ask merely that you Editor ....... ... ... .... ... ... ... .. .... .. .... ....Walker Lundy
how increased faculty supportcan students often enough to do a support these fundamental prin- Managing Editor .... to.......... ...to... ..*' "' .'...Bill Fuller
aid in surmounting it. fully effective job. To get the ciples in your classrooms and in Assistant Managing Editor to. ... ... .. ... .... ...to .JohnAskins
The principal task of the Honor job done, we are convinced that your dealings with students.We Editorial Editor .. ... to..to to... .... ..to... .?. ?Wayne Norfleet
Court staff is to promote and main- we must have increased aid from Sports Editor .. .. .00 ...... ... .. .... .. .. .. .Dave BerkowitzWire
tain an effective Honor System. We the faculty--the only segment of are confident that studentsand Editor ... ... ... ...... ...... ... .... .... ... .Bob Thomas
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and are in turn treated as personsof of selling the principles underlyingthe progress will be made so that Gail Sobering, Nancy Zimmet, Alan Campbell, Betty Wendt, and
Honor System. Betsy Garrison.Reporters..Afike
honor. To the degree that every Florida student will acceptthe .
this goal is attained, the Honor principle of honesty, and that Power, Jim Castello, Phil Hevener, Joel Gaston,
System acts as an invaluable device We ask very little of the faculty every Florida faculty member will Douglas Molitor, Donlta Mathison, Sally Stock, Kathie Martin, Carol
for promoting desirable char- in this respect.We accept the Honor System as an Nobis, Ann Carter, Joe Kollin, Pam Pulley, Agnes Fowles, Ronald
acter traits among students. More effective one. Meserve, Bob DeLoach, Fran Snider, Fred Lane, Kathrine Duda,
affirmative day-to-day support Jean Fagot, Judy Teich, Evan Engle, George Mims, Phil Geyer,
from the members of the facultyis ask simply that each faculty Steve Vaughn, Don ederman: Becky Quinn Larry Zimmerman,
necessary if the goal and the member take a few minutes of To do this, we need your help. Jackie Cornelius, Pat Hogan, Charner Powell, Patti Pitz, GaryWilliams
purpose are to be attained. class time to stress the values And, as President Reitz recently Don Davis, Terry Rogers, and Sue Haugsted.THE .
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I Ii Arab Student Corrects ErrorEDITOR I Intelligent Role I


By HUGH McARTHURThis
: Beside the fact that the decisions and resolutions might

have led to war--a war that would have spread to weeks best sellers, non- will be compensated for.
In your Jan. 20 issue, an article appeared under the rest of the world. The Alligator apparently fiction, as listed by TIME MAGA- However, in a much larger
"Packaged News For Students On The Go" on page refused to mention anything about the conferenceand ZINE are: "Profiles Courage," sense, the loss can be met only
5. :The news Itself was of questionable origin but if it did, it must have been printed in a lone- Kennedy and "J. F. K.: The Man by the public's recognition of their
I'm not concerned about that. What I'm concerned some corner of The Alligator or lost among the and the Myth," Lasky.To own Ignorance. One of John
about is the headline under which the article appeared: "wanted ads". But It (The Alligator) did not wait read these volumes is to Impose Kennedy's greatest contributionsto
RED DEFECTS. As you mentioned, the story is or overlook the prime International and super-inter- upon yourself a very real American politics was his constant -
about an Arabian Air Force major who defected to national importance of the c.fect of an Arab to Isreal. and profound sense of loss resulting effort to keep the people
the so-called "Isreal." Why the whole university was rocking because of the from the recent tragedyin Informed, Interested and involvedin
The question is: is the defector a Red? Did he news. Dallas.As our system of government.
defect from a communist country? And how about the Finally, In the name of 40 Arab students on this How can the public recognizetheir
source of the news, did it say "Red Defects"? campus, I would like very much if The Alligator the nation reads and the full own Ignorance and hence
Anyway, I'd like to make a correction.defectoris would make the necessary correction on the head- Impact of this loss is felt, there their own responsibility for the
neither a communist nor is the U.A. R. a communist line of the news item mentioned above. will be the question in the mindsof future of this nation? I can't
country. So I would advise whoever is in charge of We are proud of our Alligator, and we want to many Americans: can we keep answer the entire scope of this
the column mentioned above to widen his political keep it first rate, now don't we? The New Frontier alive or will question but I would suggest that
knowledge and horizon before stuffing our throats we I begin to slip backwards in a If "A Nation of Sheep" and "The
with his political pills "on the go".A mistake like Ghassan S. Nachawl time when such a course couldbe Ugly American" were the top
that shows only a poor political taste and orientation. The Arab Club very harmful? sellers in the nation that a good
Another point I'd like to raise Is about the summit Editor's Note---Consider publication of your letteri The great popularity of our recent start would be under way.
conference of the head of Arab states held In J I i as a correction for the story. We would like to printall President will force politi- John F. Kennedy is gone but
10 days ago. The conference was about the problemof the International news we receive over our United cians to seek attributes commonto Cuba, Panama, Laos, Vietnam,
Isreali plans to divert the Jordan River. A con- Press International wire as well as national, state him in future candidates for Formosa, Venezuala, etc.are still
ference like that is of prime importance because it and campus news, but, alas, we only have eight our Number One office. So in here. YOU are playing a role in
was eld in the hot bed of troubles,.the Middle East. pages. We print what we have room for. this sense maybe part of the loss the determination of OUR future.
Will it be an intelligent role or
one based on Ignorance, miscon-
Gator V.O.T.E.Continued ception and apathy.
I
Drive StartsThe Read "The Ugly American"and

"A Nation of Sheep" as a startto
From 1)) (Continued From 1))
( Page Page campus-wide Heart Fund a new way of life in citizen-

shaw said over the weekend, "be- dependent students." Drive will begin with a dinner at ship. _
workers," Kennedy said. cause in the past, they have proved On the subject of voluntary ROTCat the Sigma Phi Epsilon house to- I
The Gator Party's presidential unsuccessful, and most of those the UF, Harshaw said "Fromthe night. Representatives from each
hopeful said his activities this attending are party workers standpoint of what they talk sorority and fraternity will attend KIEAN-A-MATIC
week are centered around can- already committed one way or the about in the dorms concerning vol- the kick-off dinner. Programhas
vassing the dormitories and speak- other." untary versus compulsory ROTC been set up by Dill Cross,
ing with students. Kennedy madea "But," he continued, "On the --and I think I will be backed up President of the County Heart LAUNDRY AND
whirlwind tour of the Hume other hand, it's almost traditionfor by the referendum ballot --about Council.
and Graham areas last night.He the Freshman Class to spon- 90 per cent of the dorm residents
expressed hopes that dorm sor this debate and, having been would like ROTC made voluntary. DRY CLEANINGUNDER
representatives would invite he asked, I feel it would be diffi-
and Harshaw to speak in more cult for either Ken or myselfto "Our plans if elected will be RecruitersSeniors
residence halls. decline. I'm sure either of based on letters written to Florida NEW
Kennedy said he would speak us would rather speak in sectionsof congressmen. Their impression ofa
before the Circle K Club tomorrow the campus where we could voluntary program seems to be MANAGEMENTQUALITY
before the Auditorium debate. reach a better section of the in- very favorable, and some have and others interestedin
even promised to support the pro- the Air Force commissioning IS

I Swim Team Attitude BadDEAR gram if it comes to congress out program may contact Capt. Gary
of committee." Little and Sgt. Dewey Freeman
today and Wednesday from 10 a.m. OUR SPECIALTY
SIR a little faster.
: to 3 p.m. in front of the Hub. Information -
of extra effort Reminded that UF officials have
Just a small amount will be given without 1722 W. Univ. Ave.
The UF has a swimming team could have won for Florida voiced the opinion in the past obligation. .
they should be proud of. Up Saturday night. But our boys didn't that students would oppose a volun- I
until Saturday night they were have it in them. Isn't it a shame tary ROTC program, Harshaw
headed for an undefeated season. they don't care enough about the said, "We hope to show the true
Then they met an inferior team, school, or about the swim teamin student feeling through this straw See What's <3&9>) New in

but they lost. To compound this, general to represent us as we ballot, and help those congressmenwho
the team they lost to was FSU. should be represented, with a hun- have not made up their mind
It would stand to reason that if dred per cent effort? by sending them the result of the
The Browse
Florida has some of the best swim- Gator Swim Fan voting." Shop
,
mers in the state why can't they
beat a team like FSU. It Is not
to be denied that FSU has a good Quality PaperbacksMAY
team. The big thing is, they are
not as good as we are supposedto ouR oar MET
be.
MAN PREVAIL .Eric Fromm
I use the word supposed for a

very special reason. Desire playsa 5{ P is PV THE GOLDEN BOUGH .Frazer
very big part in any endeavor,
A TREASURY OF GREAT REPORTING .Snyder &
whether it be athletic or other-
wise. This is what the 1963-64 RTuALALEERY Morris

version of the Gator swim team MEN OF MATHEMATICS .E.T. Bell
lacks, desire. These boys care
RADIO EXPLORATION OF THE PLANETARY
more about their success as per-
F C ) SYSTEM .Smith & Carr
sonalities than they do as a team. .

This is definitely standing In the THE LONELY CROWD .Riesman
way of success. Sure, they can
say they have a 6-1 record, but LE L I C' CIES THE RED EXECUTIVE .Granick
that isn't the big thing. The im-

portant point is, when they come
against a team they really should Technical & Reference

beat, they fold up.
The most is that
confusing: thing
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING HANDBOOK
this team is a study in contrast.
Any bunch of boys who can prac- .Maynard
tice in cold, rainy weather so prevalent MECHANICAL ENGINEERING HANDBOOK
in northern Florida winters
owe It to themselves to give their .Marks

all every time. tomanella's[ CHEMICAL ENGINEERS HANDBOOK .Perry
Why do thty choke under pres-
sure? It could be they are still
@gb The BROWSE SHOP
thinking to much of their girl who t
Just finished eating supper with
Delicatessen Dining Room
them at the cafeteria table before Gourmet Shop
Campus Shop & BookstoreTuesdayJanuary
the FSU meet. they are
Maybe
Open 7 days a week 11 am to 9 pm. 706 W. Univ.
thinking of how they look physically
Instead of how they can swim just






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Editor Georgia Tech is no longer bound years," said UF Athletic Director Independent position. Others which Other teams scheduled to play
Sports by SEC
Assistant
recruiting laws
or grant- Ray Graves. However, the league could support such a position include the Yellow Jackets may run into
in-aid laws. This means if some- will remain at 11 teams for at Florida, but Graves sees problems. It is a rule that each
30 Georgia Tech willno one signs with
June Florida
After Georgia least another year." no withdrawal within the near SEC team must play six confer-
be a member of the Tech can sign them
longer after that
Graves was pessimistic about future for the UF. ence games. If some one has only
outheastern Conference (SEC). without punishment. However,that FSU's entry though, because the "We can present better overall six games scheduled and one of

With Tech's withdrawal there person will not be allowed to league is already so unwieldy. athletic program to the students if them is Georgiu Tech somethingwill

are 11 teams left in the SEC play against any SEC competition. "Splitting of the league is Inevitable we stay in the league," Graves have to be W1 ked out.
[which sprawls from LSU and "
said Graves. "This will said.
I Mississippi in the west to Tennessee Another problem is who will make for easier going locally, but According to Graves, Tech's Bennie Moore, commissioner of

and Vanderbullt in the north- replace Georgia Tech if anyone. it will cut down on the leagues withdrawal will not have much the SEC, said, "Both the SEC and

east, to Florida in the south. One suggestion has been Florida ability to compete on a national effect on the scheduling of Tech Georgia Tech lost by this move?
Why then should the loss of one State. basis." for games with Florida. The UF Only time will tell which one

I team cause so much consternation? "We have supported FSU's entry Georgia Tech is one of the doesn't have any games scheduledJALLIGATO.R lost the most.

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Still Long Way Off

"'
UF student football fans will be the light towors are now. This

watching games on the present small gain will be nullified by the

wooden and steel bleachers for Increase In the number students

many more seasons. by the time the bleachers are con-

According to Athletic Associa- structed, thus leaving no seatsto
tion Business Manager Percy be sold to the public to help

Beard, plans for concrete bleachers liquidate the cost of their con-

on the student side of Flori- struction.The .
da Field are still in the "talking present bleachers are good
ARE
STUDENTS STANDS
stage." 'Beard said talks on the for several more years said

I' to look like this in the near future ? Probably not according to Athletic Associa- proposed concrete bleachers began Beard. They are actually wider

tion Business Manager Percy Beard. seven or eight years ago and than permanent seats and thereIs
it will probably be several more more space between rows. But
years before they are constructed. the wood rots and the steel rustsso

A lack of funds prevents con- parts have to be replaced. The

Cagers Dump Bamcr struction of the bleachers. Money big advantage of concrete bleachers -

for their construction will come their permanence, would

from earnings of the Athletic eliminate this problem.

Association. A rough guess by While students use the present
In SEC Win 86-60 Beard placed the cost of the bleachers the Athletic Association

bleachers between $500,000 and hopes to find a way to finance the

$800.000.The construction of concrete bleachers. -

By DAVE BERKOWITZ in conference play for a 2-3 mark Baxley-led scoring barrage. But viewing the past pro-
Sports EditorFlorida's and gives them a 9-7 overall re- Both teams put on a scoring cost of constructing the gress and the present lack of funds,
cord. push in the last minutes and when bleachers on the west side of the Beard said he didn't know what

Southeastern Conior- Scoring-wise it was a rather the buzzer sounded the score read field was liquidated by the sale hope there was for the future.

ence basketball hopes remained cold night for the Crimson Tideas 86-60 with the Gators on top. of tickets to the public, but this lie Jokingly offered his solutionto
alive
last night with an 86-60 they hit only 30 percentof their Florida takes the next four days wouldn't be possible for the stu- the problem:
smashing of Alabama before 4,750 dent bleachers Beard explained. "Give each student a kit at
shots. For Florida things were off to get set for their once-a- ,
wild fans at Florida Gym. slightly better with a .455 field year battle with Kentucky on Concrete bleachers will only add registration and he can go out and
The win put the Gators' con- goal shooting percentage.The Saturdav. seating capacity in the areas where add his seat to the stadium."
ference mark at 3-2 and their
Gators found the top was
overall record at 9-4.
on the bucket for the first minutesof
r
Tom Baxley paced the UF scor- /
the opening half but managed to
ing attack with 22 points total, Lady ExpertCoaches
14 keep the basket closed for Ala-
of which helped hold a 20-
bama, too. Florida led 6-0 with
plus point second half margin.
Brooks 17 minutes remaining and led, JudcIf
Henderson and Mont High-
22-12, half way through the Initial r
ley added
their efforts for 14 and

13 points respectively.! period. one walks into the southeast

Alabama's scoring was spread Things warmed up in the second corner of FloridaGym and Monday, 1y

thinly among eight players'with 10 minutes and Florida led Wednesday or Friday afternoon _
the bulk coming from Gene Shu- 30-15 when Alabama called a timeout between 4 and 6 you may be sur-
macher with 15 points.It to see attractive UF f K
with 5:00 remaining. At the prised young
was Florida's television debut coeds tossing their male counterparts -
half it was the Gators 38 and Ala- I
before :North Central Florida around in the gym. Mfr
bama 22.
fans, many of whom stayed hometo 1'; /
The Gators hit a.cool 40 per The action taking place is theWoman's
watch the game on WUFT Chan- cent of their first half shots, but Judo Club, a function of Ir '
nel 5 rather than brave the down-
the Tide scoring was like an Ice- the Intramural Department. The ,
pour. ..
berg in Alaska as they hit only club was started last Septemberby .. ,
The loss was Alabama's third
21 per cent from the outside. a physical education instructor .j .
Florida opened up with a flurryin named Lora Friedman, .' graduateof

European Tour the second period and pulledto Queens College of New York.

a 47-26 margin with 15:31: When Miss Friedman came here '

remaining. The Gators held a last September she spokf '. Judo M ofa 9

For StudentsMrs. 60-40 lead with 10 minutes left oadi Richard Reisinger about

and a 75-50 margin with 3:54 forming woman's judo club. Since

showing: on the clock behind aII its initiation the club has grownto ys, : eft' 1,,, rry
Sara a full dozen members, although r
Jernigan, aprofessorat .
Stetson University in Deland, anyone may attend at any' tine

will conduct a 1964 summer II MURALSGolf 11 between and C. U w I .
European co-educational tour for Free instruction is otiered by _b .ry.
selected members of the Men's
college
students. is
The tour opento
results are due no later and Woman's Judo clubs, all of
students of any college in the
U.S. 12:00 noon Thursday in the Intramural whom hate been awarded judo's
and is organized and spon- '.
Office, room 228 Florida brown belt.Coach .
sored by Marsh Tours of New York
City. Gym, ext. 2889. This applies onlyto Friedman has been teach UP AND OVER
the Orange and Blue Leagues ing judo is used in the Olympics.That .
Further Fraternity Basketball will begin is, as a form of self-defense, goes one of the members of the Judo club as coach

by information may be secUred Wednesday night in the gym at hand-to-hand combat mechanism. Lora Friedman shows them how it's done.Withdrawal .
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Page 8 The Florida Alligator TuesdayJanuary 28,1964 Association to insure students are We feel Student Government should the International Host Program.
represented by competent counsel. focus an ever-increasing amountof Tutoring sessions for Interna-
Assign counsel to accused stu- attention to individual dorm, tional Students.
campus community we propose to: dents Immediately for greater governments and their programs.With Student government sponsored
PlatformContinued Promote closer student-faculty protection of student rights. this goal In mind,we proposethe tours throughout the state.
relations through: Subject all major Honor Court following: Expanded support and develop-
( from page 1)) A student-faculty coffee shop, policy revisions to student ref- Strengthen dormitory govern- ment of the University Interna-
Continued recognition of out- erendum. ment by supporting area and Hall tional Center. .
dent Government HAS NOT. With standing professors, Increase the responsibilities of Councils without seeking to domi- Student government sponsored
this In mind we propose the following Supporting and expanding Faculty invitational
the Honor Court justices to Include nate them. program to increase
program to step up the Associate Program in dormi- public relations, Investiga- Provide a matching funds pro- international student visits to private -
tempo and return Student Govern- tories, andEstablishing tions and administrative duties. gram to expand library facilities homes, fraternity and sorority -
ment to the students In a mean- a student-faculty Better acquaint the students with and reference materials In dormitory houses, dormitories and
ingful form: committee to plan for continued honor court purposes, activities, libraries. other areas to promote interna-
Initiate a "Know Your Student progress in this area. and procedures. Work in conjunction with area tional understanding and friend-
Government" program consistingof Compose and distribute schol- Expand freshman Honor Court government to expand and diver- ship.
regular Alligator articles and arship and loan listings to all orientation program. sify dormitory social and service
dormitory talks and discussions. dormitory areas, fraternities, Modernize Honor Court trial activities. STATEMENTS OF POLICY

Conduct weekly student opinion sororities and married villages. procedure to insure greater stu- Establish a more efficient dor- University Athletic AssociationAn
polls on current and significant Set up a curriculum evaluation dent protection. mitory transfer system.
campus, state, national and inter- committee composed of student
of dorm
Require that one of the two vice- Increase recognition athletic association committee
national issues. Issues would be and faculty members. -
chancellor be law Intramural activities.
: a student. has been formed to Investi-
publicized prior to the poll and Re-establish free C-course review -
Provide recognition for out
the
results of the poll would be pub- sessions that previously ex- CULTURAL ENRICHMENTTo standing section advisors and dormitory gate entire student football
situation. We will
lished In the Alligator. isted. seating appoint
Voice Student Government objection leaders. student members to sit on this
Abolish the non-functioning postof Incorporate into the life on Provide better servicing of
Secretary of School Traditionsand to class examinations, our campus the current national machines addition of committee Immediately after
vending ,
establish a MO PALE COM- quizzes, pop-projects during the surge of interest in clutural activi- change machinery and an Increased elections. We believe that effective -
MISSION to develop and foster a last week of classes. ties, we propose the following revisions variety of products. communication and nego-
tiation with the
greater spirit of unity and pride Provide programs to challengeand to provide a dynamic and Athletic Associa-
among University of Florida men stimulate the minds of the well-rounded Lyceum program. tion and the University administration -
and women. students. For example, debateson MARRIED HOUSINGAn will help restore lost
Abolish "Inside Student Govern- controversial subjects between 1. Provide a vastly expanded student rights andpreventanyfurther -
ment" party poop sheets, and require qualified advocates(Republican program In all classes of material Important facet of our Uni- encroachment. We will seeka
weekly Student Government and Democratic State Chairmen, with emphasis on popular enter- versity is the village communities. fair student seating plan with
reports to be published in Alligator. White Citizens Council, NAACP, tainment and the classics. Gator Party recognizes Its emphasis on best seats availableon
U. S. Communist Party, etc.) 2. Schedule more Lyceum Coun- responsibility to assist married a first come-first served basis.
"State of the Campus" pro- The establishment of special clt attractions on weekends. students and pledge to provide Programs That Work
grams l' dormitories where curfew for coeds to take advantageof 3. Campaign to raise the services and facilitate changesthat Get rid of unenforceable rules
President and SG Cabinet Officers the extended library hours before priority of a new auditorium for will yield real benefits. which don't hit what they are
give oral reports, answerstudents' progress, as well as, final the UF before the State Legis- Establish a student trailer Parkon aimed at to begin with. For example -
Campus to be paid for through no man is allowed In a
questions, and receive examinations; extend Sunday cur- lature In 1965.
criticisms and suggestions. few to 12 midnight. 4. Revise the present systemof reasonable rental fees. woman's off-campus apartment,
two-hour final Arrange for loans to married and vice-versa, unless she is pro-
"Open-door" policy. Create an Support examina- ticket pricing to provide a more
atmosphere Student Government tions. equitable pricing base. students for other purposes than perly chaperoned, since students
tuition loans; establish a com- both on and off-campus come under
which will encourage students to 5. Provide greater freedom to
visit SG officers and contributenew STUDENT JUSTICETo the Public Functions and Affairs posite married housing loan fund the same set of rules.
ideas for a more meaningful Committee to achieve greater for village government. Voluntary ROTC
I make the Honor and Expand usage of wives I. D.
student government. System flexibility In programing Lyceum Register formal student expression -
Establish a Student Government Honor Court a more Integral partof events. cards to Include athletic events, concerning compulsoryor
Evaluation Committee to exploreIn student life and to Increasethe 6. Insure that events of wide Lyceum Council productions, etc. voluntary ROTC to the Uni-
depth the effectiveness of stu- effectiveness and awareness of student interests are held in areas Daily distribution of the Alliga- versity administration, state and
dent government in its various the system through better under- that offer adequate seating for tor to village residents. congressional delegates.
areas of involvement. standing of its purposes, as wellas ALL students. Investigate the feasibility of obtaining Parking And Traffic
Publish Campus Information the actual proceedings of the recreational and study
Booklet, patterened after the "F" Honor Court itself, the following DORMITORY LIFE areas for Schucht and Corry Vil The recent parking and traffic
Book. program is proposed: lage. changes were designed to cope
Seek to have shoplifting juris- Dormitory students are the life Provide a permanent gate at with a serious problem of traffic
CAMPUS-COMMUNITY diction transferred from criminal blood of the university community. Florida Field and Gym for admission congestion. We feel that the pro-
DEVELOPMENTOne court to Honor Court to avoid Fragmentation of our university of "expecting" wives and blem and present regulations
criminal records and double jeop- requires that we place greater emphasis their husbands. should be carefully reevaluated.A .
of the primary causes of on student activities in the Give full financial support' to long-range plan for traffic con-
student apathy on campus is the ardy.Work to eliminate outmoded and living areas. The vast potentialof Mayor's Council for Improving trol and public transportationshould
lack of Student Government spon- unenforceable regulations con- fresh, new ideas and talentin living standards in married vil be prepared under professional -
sorship of intellectually stimulat- cerning presence of coeds In men's the dorm areas must be tappedto lages. guidance. This should be
ing programs and services. To off-campus apartments. provide an active,functional and INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVEOver financed by state funds.
meet the needs of an expanding Establish an Honor Court Bar meaningful Student Government. Educational EnrichmentWe

800 International studentsare believe that students should
enrolled at our University,
assume a greater responsibilityfor
this emphasizes the ever-increas- their own education and sharein
ing role of international relationsin the formulation of educational
our contemporary society. The policy. There should be student
opportunity to learn from one another representation on the committee
must not be overlooked.We appointed to evaluate the trimester
propose that InternationalStudents system. Student Governmentwork
be brought into the main- for the implementation of
stream of University Life throughthe President Reitz's two-hour final
following program. policy.
Establish an International Stu-
dent's Speakers Bureau. Student Savings

Have Student Government officers Reduction of student Insurance
sponsor International Stu- rates without a corresponding reduction -
dents so that they may benefit in coverage through com-
from observing Student Govern- petitive company bidding. We also -
ment in action.International. support a plan to bring back
music and cultural the special student Discount Pro-
RELAXwith programs with International stu- gram for ALL Florida students and
dent participation. will emphasize the expansion of
Financial and moral support to the student book exchange to effectively -
a all International Events,especially compete with local book
International Week, 1964, and store variety and volume.
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See Tomorrow's AIliator Gator The Florida Alligator VoI.56, No.83 Uni Party versity of Florida Tuesday,Jonuory 28,1964 Releases Platform Gator party revealed its 1964 platform yester day a*ndpresldentia] hopeful Kennedy said It concentrated on 'bringing Student Government back to the students," "We got a lot of our ideas (for the platform) from the dorm residents themselves," Kennedy said. Party Chairman Bob Wilsonsaid the platform was designed"to ferment student spirit and promote Kennedy said in talking with dormitory residents before drawDEAR STUDENT: The Gator Party is dedicated to the task of bringing meaningC ounters By MIKE POWER Staff Writer G ator pa r ty presidential nominee Kena Kennedy yesterday took his turn at challenging. He proposed a verbal wi, with V.O.TE. party opponent rank Harshaw in a series of debates in dormitories. Kennedy's challenge was taken as an answer to Harshaw's that the two take part in a Freshman Council-sponsored debate scheduled for tomor row the Auditorium will be as elfEt tive as a series of dormrtory debates," Kennedy said. "The reason I accepted it Is that I'm willing to and want to debate FPrank at any time."' fui, responsible student government BACK TI) THE STUJIENTh,. This can not be in terms of the same old "give away'' platform and student government programs that have become a traditional part of campaignn poop. The following platform is art outline of the basic programs and activitie', which student govi',ment will initiate and administer during the touring year. Each plank, each item of this platform Is FEASIBlE, PRACTICAL and, we feel, DESIRABLE. These are things which dune, and will be done. This phitform k riot Pre s. De Gau lie can be complet. antd will never be complete. It Is desijncd simply to 'ern' ESSENTIAI, HASIt ?4EEI)S of the students under existing circum stances. This piatforni will EXPANI) a~s new situations dcv .loj and '. fr'sh i ide as flow a. a result of Y( A J .jwareni',s anid Inttr',t in student Recognizes Peo ple's R epublic Of China PARIS (UPI)-Presldent Charles de Gaulle recognized Communist China Monday over strong I.S. objections and an angry threat by Nationalist China to sever re.lations witb Paris,. In a single bol steF that could alter the balance of power in Asia, Dc Gaulle moved to grasp the reins of Western leadership in the Far E aM from the ni ted St ates uid restore somle of the glory that was F r anie. Almost simultaneously with rtognition, Chinese Commnuniist lea der Mao Tze-tung issued a protianiitiori calling oil the Japanese people to rise up jrid throw the U.S. armed forces out of r apan. Mao's statement, made to the Pekmng co, respondent of the Japan ese ne Banner, Sp4 WM, per Akahiata Red roadcast by Peking Radio. It was directed chiefly it ar r lvi in I apan of new F-0 I jits cipaule 0? an Iyring 'inlear b~om~bs The rettgnitioni, tuinoiirved si multi neousi y hereand~ in Pek ing, is 'xpC led C hintese ( Omu Nixon, Scranton Magge TA CONCOHI) N.l. 1 P1) -The names of fan mer i ice PresideNt ro ws to fag Finale early isi t I y into thi, On GOP Bon net' (h t, a prommeni~rt Republit ii, fl as i anlidaer for 'ielega.t@ t'rit.'d N itlons arid end the l5year isohtion of Mao 'Tce-tuig. Somic observers timk Dc (jaul I. acted witi, colt?, hao d t ealiti be,.ause (hina offers theptnet if vast miarkt'ts foe I rerich lindum tra *xpot s 'r the iext 50 yars and tk'c-ius, i says ii bullev,' F rance shxiuldi show there are t 'daiv.'s to wushmrgton's IIld war polk Ic slHe I' reportedly convlip,'d that Srante I. best equipped to salvage dA4 t was OII(* F r,.rih IndochinaI .,ts the Virt Nirms ,anic( iuholia --anid that igsoritg .i nation C)! 65 r mion population 'iuifn't (Oe it],. The I.S. St ate Ilepa rtmenlt S aini fi mralIy it iegretted Ir.nah 'tion aiil thinit n uniortunite Slil." Ballot; In Rang Nixcor is I ;h n ouItandritg j-aier ii ltepuiln an ii ir s iin, the une goverimeiit. The Gate, P you and Will urge you to portitnity. arty wants to serve SERVE YOU. We give us the epSincerely, ken Keinncly -I itk (obet II:ISONAI I/l) S, Ns.VI(FS cir speaking to the 'cal pi oblems; to thi. ititer ests and the a.%piratioiis Student Body has changed but Stu(See PLA TFORM, Page 8) By PHIL HEVENER Staff Wriher V.0.1I1. presidentIal hopeful Frank Ifarshaw said he was 'gratifled'' with the results of last week', campaigning In various sections ot the ramnpus."We picked up several suggestions which have bhen incorporated in our plat form,'" he said. This week Flarshaw will con titnie to meet camptjh organi/'tns, arid a debate Is slated Ken Kennedy. The two candidates will discuss campaign issues int Univer AudIiorlum a -:3p-. F ollowing an Invitation from Harshaw to Kennrdy, pians are unde. wa for debates in the girls' FAVORED UF CAGERS TOP ALABAMA .See Page 7 INTER VIEW WITH HEAD OF GENESYS .See Page 2 Nationalist China Blasts French Act: See Page 3

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'K The Items and me rchiandllse p1 arei on s Mv during these le would he of such a nature that all tcti vity con, m ring the sale would represent a,, evaluation of the .ijedl (n onistimer wants of thn, 6. Stude nt Government is to sup ply .i iepri sent at v,' resin for each merchant participating -so that he may display it in his window, and be readily recognized and identified. 1. A trial program is to be set up as soon' as pssible, perhaps the last weekend in February. 9. A C hambe r -merchant student-adminlstration team would evaluate the program at the end of the trial period, and make appropriate suggestions for its operation. The c h amber of commerce, Ginaesvllle merchants, student government, and the UF administratlon will be represented at the meeting this week. U ~21 V 7 ft A 'CALVALCADE OF MUSIC' for Sunday afternoon by the North American Air Defence Command Colorado Springs. The concert is scheduled for the University Audi...is scheduled (NORAD) bond of torium at 3p.m. New Will Visit The newly appointed Director of GENESYS, UF's Graduate Engineering Education System, said today he will visit Florida the week of Feb. 10 and move to the state ''as rapidly as possible." Dr. John Hummer, 42, is preTORY Director In Hummer February tion." He said he was "particularly attracted by Tom Martin's skill in putting together the GENESYS proposal" and predicted that the Florida plan will be the forerunner of similar engineering education systems throughout the nation in a few yeels. Hummer said he visited extensively In Florida in l958 and that his wife had previously lived In the St. Petersburg area as a child. "We're glad we'll have no snow to shovel there (Flrida) either," the Pennsylvania native "TDean Martin's approach through GJENESYS will be the first engineering education program whereve Itmybt tudents wherever they are," Hummer aid. "I am looking forward to meetig and working with all the people in the east central Florida area and the engineering faculty of the University of Florida,'' be added. Hummer indicated he will live in the Cape Kennedy area where the central GENESYS facility iS to be constructed. He has University Michigan taught of Rho State U. at M.I.r., the de Island, and university. ED WARDS H EVERYTHING" Black Bean tor 75c or 39c each H LONG PLAY LY. STEREO. $366 30% DISCOUNT ON ALL OPERAS ANGEL, LONDON. V!CTOR. DGG including brond new releases OUR REG. $1.49 CAPITOL "Poper Sack' CLASSICAL LP's NOW ONLY $109 OUR REG. $4.95 LP CARRYING CASES Assorted Color. $369 OUR REG. $6.95 LONG PLAY ALBUMS NOW ONLY STEREO -S $519 SHOWS REG. $2.98 45 DPMa Campus sently as sst manager of Laboratories atit to thne general Northrop Space in Hawthorne, Calif. HIls appoIntment to administer the classroom and closed circuit television system for engineering education was confirmedearly this week by the Board of Education. Dr. Thomas L. Martin, Dean of the university's College of Engineering and originator of the GENESYS project, said, "If you drew specifications for the ma who should administer this program there would be no better qualified man in the United States than John Hummer." Hummer's background includes service in government, space related industry, higher education, and admmnjstration. He received bachelor's and master's degrees from M.I.T. and a Ph.D. from Stanford-. 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UF Sc Study S ~< \ ''PS' ientists Noise To shattrmg \ Help itli Ut Loi wthi( k$A' two (I)St V Atory .itit, whitn thiev ai thuiust itci sp. e text siimmflhr nider study at lie UF'S Coflege of Enrgineering. Models of portions oT the satekIdes -the Orbiting AstronomicaJ Observatory (GAO) and the Orbitlug (jeophy sical Observatory ((KGt) set to lather new data on stars and planets -are being subtected to a variety of high intensity sounds by umiversity engineers to check their resistance to thinderous vibratlorns the vehicles will erucounte r in the thrusts skywad C ifld ii space. Hesea rche rs in the u v.'rs ity 's advanced mechanics lal~ratory anm to reduce the extrem cr' t .B sound vibrations and even redesign thedelucateobservatory VEhidles, if necessary to, keep these vibrations r o in destroying the satellites or affecting the operalion of theirsensitive instruments. It is the only university Iaboratory in the nation conducting research on vibration aspects of the project. Dr. W.A. Nash, head of the four man research team and head of the Advanced Mechanics Department of theCollegeofEnginetring, calls the vibrations "random noise."' Hse explains that the roar from the blast of the Atlas booster produces sonic vibrations which could damage delicate instruments inside the satellite. couldhpossibly dstro the eonir project," he says In the campus experiments he Nationalist Blast French TAIPEI (UPfl-Nationalxst China issued a sharp protest yesterday alter France recognized (omnmunist China. However, it withheld an immediate break in diplomatic relations. The F ormosan Ioreign Ministry LJ P roposes 'Ne w Towns WASHINGTON (tIP! -Pre,ident Johnson proposed yesterday that the federal govel nmeot help create "totally nmw and complete conmmunities away From crowded cities where thousands of families can live and worL. The "new towns" idea was one of a series of measures the President outlined in a special message to Congress to achieve the goal of "a decent home in a decent neighborhood for every American family." He did not estimate the cost of the over-all program. NASA the tU ii let h'LeIets ki U I lWechAlly built gehit &th eItt I l2 foot born .tttac'hnirt .Ithsounds ir.' r0Vori ed oil iTAgnheti I ape, then analv/ed th ough It' tti devices. .The work is I'' prog, ess ath roof of the College of E ngin.'.ring Buihul rg under a $31000 grant from N ASA' S oddtard Spar. h lght Center In G ret'nbelt, Md. The models used for the exutrimerits are replicas of parts of the GAO and 0G0 satellites, .ind ire mnide of the same materials. The University tuciies .re scrutiliing adverse vibration effects upui the honeycomb -IIke fiknr glass shrouds which protect the ype vhickes. Vibrations wink the rockets are on the ground as well as in flight are transmitted through the coverings to the observatory instrumenits. The researchers are expected to predict how each fuilsize space vehicle wouldbehave under random noise stress, and if it needs modificatlon be c cause of excessive oscillation, Dr. Nash reports. Already, he said, his team has dete rm ined some vibration characterics, frequencies at which the vibrations oscillate, and the forms they take. Dr. Nash, three graduate students and Dr. Hans Wagner, assistant professor of mechanics, are using physical and mathematical calculations for their predictions. They expect to complete reAi htometet NAAs scedule bf orbiting the two satellites bysummer of 1964. Chinese Move said the French action would have "serious consequences."Generalissimo Chiang Ka,-shek's cabinet met in emergency session. The Nationalist envoy in Paris called it "'an unfriendly act." A spoksmall for the bor cigr Ministry stid the I'.,zis -Peking agreement '"iot only seriously a4liM I, the ijiterests of Ii. C hiriese N atuonalists but u s against the basi spirit of I he United Nations charter. lie reaffirmed (hiang's opposition to the "twoChina" (Oncept. Official sources hers said the Nationalist C h ii, s e government has decided to break relations with Paris eventualI. Actually, the sources said, the decision to sever relations with Frawce if tDe Gaulle recognized the Peking regime was two days ago. The sources saud Chiang is determined to go ahead with the bieat even though Amertcai officiaL have made it plain Washinigton did not favor such a step. 7 NASA FIBERGLASS SHROUD .A.s Dr. H At rig seen here undergoing vibration test ans Wagner, of the 'random noise" ht is 12 foot horn used t-o generate s at UF Engineering research simuloted School L. K. vibrations. ..h. iCworld before me, the -long brown path wherever I choose. -W't'hsitma, What happens when you come to work for Southern BOIL is up to you. We offer opportunity to think them through and develop them. Openings for graduates in many fields. It this is the kind of place you are looking far, why not talk to Southern BeDl's representative. He will be on campus in the (College Placement Office Oct.,oe, 29, 30 and 31, 1963. Southern a team, and .Pictured Chong of are Formosa. An atmosphere where *a. ideas thrive. Time maim

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I "I! I '' I -L ecu ito rials -, -,S I his "car Any 1)1 t1&rcu? for tfe ;>.st Iwo wp,'k', W* haiV wAt[ h4'( tlip~pldiigs (n hfl pliitial water, grow ntc, thi tiieW.Lsh of frull-flowmrg AmTpdigrt. It all staitedi with small iettirigs in ft at iniy houses, dorm rooms ndover coffee tables, with political hopefuls caurusing, persuading, and cajolirig urtl party Iine began to take shape. As each party roalesi d into an inidi visual political identity, the members begin to slip ant, the key slots en the basis of power and potential political appeal, plus (we hope) ability and qualifications. For th10 first two weeks, the battle has been like the preparation fo, ai anernit joust; with the principal contestants parading before the audience with all the regalient splenudur of the 'people's champions"'. The ',nly signs of battle have been cautious probings of the enemy's strength in the form of fraternity and sorority allignments, coupled with the usuIl Array of lances arid parties to familiarize the campus with each party's favorite sons. But now election day is drawing closer and the campaign is creeping into its final week. It\ time for the lances to be lowered in earnest, ajid all the secondary weapons (so carefully prepared in the first few days) readied for action. In the campaigns of past years, thts is the period when the gentlemanly aspect of the contestants melts aWay in the heat of the battle. If ever the weapOns of rumor, petty accusations and "gooning" are to be used low will be the time. Both parties have promised clean campaigns (as usual) and have stated that THIS year it will be different. THIS year, the only '-trash" in evidence will be the mounds of informative material discarded by the students (after they have made a careful evaluation of unbiased opinions stated therein). THIS year each party is determined to provide the students with the kind of atmosphere necessary to make an accurate judgment on the basis of qualifications and legitimate issues. THIS year. This year the campaign will be just as clean and intelligent as the students demand that ii be. If the interest of the student body cart be sustained with a canipalgn based on a scrutiny of the platforms, and standing of the candidates on the real issues (and if student government is as important as they claim it to be, then there MUST be issues) the parties will have no reason, much less time, to lower the stature of the campaign to one of mutual destruction. But if students can't be stirred with an intelligent approach to politics, there will always be SOMEONE willing to reach down for the handful if mud.and 'THilS'' year could end up like every other yer. W. C. N. bth 9$4E 10 FRANK ~ps~AW Ca 'I! E ~ K n S IaA PRSDN a' .as each party have knowledge a (A L RESDEN! P*E&JDENJ7 WH ERE HAVE ALL THE POSTERS GONE? begins to drop hints to the effect that the other just might possibly fwho did the "gooning".FR EE T HINK ER What By CLIVE TAYLOR The land-grant (Morrall) Act of 1862 gave to individual states federal land, the sale of which would provide funds to maintain state colleges, where, along with "'mechanic" and agricultural subjects, courses in 'military tactics" would be offered. In 1898, the War Department proposed that the army-trained Instructors in land-grant colleges be given full faculty status as professors of military science and tactics, that uniforms be worn by students while taking military instruction, and that such instruction be made compulsory. These proposals were adopted with the passage of the Natlortal [)efense Act in flue. lin 1930 the Attorney General held that a land-grant college Hearts And Intellect, Not Color Or Creed By HERB BLESSING Honor Court Chancellor This is the first of three artIcles tltstussing the 'clitonship tbetwein t he faculty and the H-oner System. These articles are not presumptuousl y designed to inst iuc t the faculty. U athecr, they iie tinmed at otiitliiig the pi rsenl p rob it ms of the F lno r Systim n in the hope that the faculty will aid in solvimg them. It is hoped, also. thit students will lwueflI t rom, see ing the Honor System In a n'w andi different perspective. This Iirast article deals witlh the (ommuications problems of the Honor System, and shows how increased faculty support can ,id in sulrmOUnltiIg it. 'the principal task of the Ilomwr Court staff Istopromote andmnalittamn ineffective HonorSy stem. We envision our goal as at .academic community wherin students act in every way as persons of honoa, and are in turn treated as per soins of honor. To the degree that this goal is attained, the Honor System acts as an an' aluable de vice for promoting desirable charactor traiis aminnp sidaint Mmn, System wts instituted on a campuis-wide basis in 1914, the university had less than seven hunI red st udents.* With so few stu. dents, it was possible to create a fairly effective Honor system simply by decreeing that one existed. Minimal student and faculty leadership made it fully effect p. Today oit the other hand, the university has miole than fourteen thus and students. The Honor (omr t staff works hard to sell the patnctples underlying the IHornor System U, this vast number of people. We orient and persuade ad introrunm. Despite our efforts, we ire not able to contact enough students often enough to do a fully effective lob. To get the job tone, we ire coiw tnced that we must ha'e inn eased aid from the faculty --he only segment of the ut'ersiti community ha ung sufficient contact with enough sudents to to a fulh effect 'e wbti of sdeing the principles underli Ing the Honor Sv stemn. We ask vet y little of the facultv in this respect. in examination under the Honor System Honesty and honor may not 1e as pertinent to the course title as other matters, but they are certainly as important as anything that can be taught in a classroom. Theumiversity that does not teach bow to live as well as how to make living is tot fulfilling its purpose. Note that we do tot here ask foi your support for the Honor Sys tern per se. At this level it is not necessary. Regardless of at titude towardthe HonorSystem and student trustworthiness, no faculty member worth the name would deny the value of honor arid hon-. esty. We ask merely that ou support these fundanienttl prir.riples in your classroonis iii iii your leal Ings with students. We are (oldident that students and faculty, work I g tuget hei cart make progi ess in ths aT ea. we hope that in lhe tear future enough progress will he mai~de so that es cry Florida student w ill ac ept the principle if hoiesty. and that e'er' F bor ida faculty member wilI Ii.ct'pt t' Htto i 5; stm cr t an About R.O.T.C.? 'which offers aproper substantial course in military tactics'", complies sufficiently with the Morrill Act even though the students at the institution are not compelled to take the course. Some seventeen colleges have (,hanged from a compulsory to a voluntary system or have dropped ROTC altogether. At present there are perceptive anti-compulsory movements on most major campuses, Including the Ulniversity of Arizona, Ar zona State, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Illinois, Massachusetts, Michigan State, Missouri, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Oregon State, Tennessee, and Wisconsin. Examples of student action; Referendums, picketlng,petftions, protests, etc. Yet it would be mistaken to believe that the campus military establishments take such protests lying down. Indeed, the anti--ROTC T -oemrt-wud go-ucsowr if they did. For example, last fall at Boston University a student published the campus newspaper his distinctly unmuted belief that ''abolition of ROTC and suspension of college credit for ROTC courses by the University would be a good step towardeliminating the causes of war"'. Rislng to the bait was the ROTC's Sword and Gauntlet honor society, which ordered its every freshmen pledge--some fourteent men--to strike against this blasphemy with letters to the student paper. The Sorisequtint outbursts --sOmte fout The Florida teen strong--bristled with a militaristic intolerance exceeding th fondest hopes of the initial writuT, and apparently led the student editor into somber reflections of his own about the presence of ROTh H. 0. T, C.--Some suggestions. Let us have some letter writing discussing pros and cons of the matter preliminary to a refere,(turn of all students and taculti called by student government. If the abolitionists get a mandate hit them petition the admtnmstritu, for a suspension of compuls i ROTC. Then we will know on whait hi sis ROTC is on this carrpi. Quite often, editorial c:Ornmients appear in the Alligator, which raise the ire of some of the more serious minded inI divlduals on campus. These Wheb a controversy is raised over an issue where the intellectuaLs split with the foothearty, it is the latter who appear to br in the majority by virtue of their more vocal nature. When you feel the need to champion a cause, do it mi such a way as to be effective. The editorial pages of the X. ligitor is the best medium ''i campus for the disseminatml of worthwhile Ideas. Write a letter! Ai gator e d by 1 nited Press International Editor ..-.-.Walker [ Cinidl M anaging Edi tor., .,.,.,,. Bill Fuller Assistant Managing Editor .,.*. ..JohOAskio> Editorial Editor.-. ....Wayne NorflE't Sports Editor .--.--. ....rave Berkowit/ Wire Editcr .,,. ...Bob ThOmais feature Editor .--.-. .Cynthia TulStdli C ampus Living Editor -.--.*. Judy Lynn Prlte Editorial Assistants. John ilaucock, Ernie Litz, Glenn I iney, Gail Sobering, Nancy /,mmet, Alan Campbell, Betty Wendt, 3ihd Betsy Garrison. Rteporters. Mike Power, Jim Castello, Phil Hevener, Joel GastOn, Douglas Molitor, Donita Mathison, Sally Stock, Kathie Martin, CAr1 Nobis, Ann Carter, Joe Kollin, Pam Pulley, Agnes Fowles, ponald NMeserve, Bob lDe~oach. Fran Smidpr rMr I 2fl0 Kafhrine Duda, -A Lb 'N A K. /1~ 4 F '1 S I

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7L2 H; tail Jil. 0 Vsttl, I" GiL I. ypeq imi "' LI k,,dd News Fox Students iii Thi i (Ii' tw [tie nOWS itself w As 01 gjet'tilaitle ii iti li r* nt ieneerned Jibiut that. Wilt I'mcn:001 dAiit is the headline undier which the iitol. iplieji cli Li I Dl-FFCT$. As you mit'itiotitd, Iii, sttui I, ttoit in Araiin Air I (lie miL tin who lefetd tii tie jtjestioii is: Is the det,(toi I e'Dde hfert from a (OmmlflliSt fliiiti y *Awd how Tbont lih.' sou~eof the news, lid it sty IRedi lDtfts''' Anyway, I'd like to makc a cotrcttinn.Th,' 'efectoi p uieithei acorn iurdst nor is the '. A. N. a (omm~nunist on itry, o I would advise whoeve.r is mn oh rge if t c reumin mentioned above to wtdeii his po1,ii.al knt w edge and hor 7zon before stuffing ouir thiis with his political pills non the go''.A i'st iki lik hat shows only a poor political taste and orientititn. Another poInt I'd like to raise is about the sunimit otiferenre of the head, of A tan states htld in (atrHi iti lays ago. The conference WAS about the probleni of Isreali plans to divert the Jordan River. A conferwne like that is of prime importance because it was seld in the hot bed of troubles,_the Middle Eaid. Gator (Continued From Page 1) workers," Kehnedy said'. The Gator Party's presidential bopeful said his activities thIs week are centered around canvaissmg the dormitories and speakrig with students. Kennedy made Whirlwind tour of the ilume liii (.I aham areas last night. lie expressed hopes that dormt representativess would invite he iid Ilarshaw to speak in more i sidenice halls. Kennedy said tie would speak before lihe Circle K Club tomo~rrow* Iefcorg that Audittorium, debit,Swim Team The IlK has a swlmmming team they should be proud of. Up uni Saturday night they were headed for an undefeated season. I hen they met an inferior team., tbnt they lost. To compound this, the team they lost to was FMt. It would stand to reason that if hoids has some the best swimfiers in the state why can't they .at a team like FSU. It is rnot Ia be denied that FSU3 has a good .ini. The big thing is, they jre itol vs good as we,. Ie sup pus.d ti' In' I use the word supposed fom a cry special reason. Desire plays avery big part in any endeavor, wAhether it be athletic or other^is. This is what the 1963-61 rsion of the G ator swim Iecm i licks, desire. These boys c'ae more about their success a' peromalities that, they do as .4 tearm. Ibis Is definitely standing iiihe i y of success. Sure, they ciii 5ay they have a 6-I record, but that isn't the big thing. The important point is, when they come against a lean, these really should beat, they fold up. The most confusing thing is that team is a 4tudy in contrast. Any bunch of boys who rain pracice in cold, rainy weather so predlent in northern Finrid writer' APt T ( Arrce(N IIrrtr )I mi)
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gator I -p ~~1I 1( PL2A( ( Il M > c ( IN 4'1, P-\ K CAL L UNI VIERM ft r SNSF )t' 28 32 OR 3TCP IN Rrj)M 2, FL'JR ?U)A UNION BUILDING For Sale MII I I. N I)S --III Nih R.SN$a stai Invel, Ii. --Oily I u [5 mmi. firim Univ. [fi ally TY)N ViF TOWF.I S AND MllES oF A IIII(S. Set th, lovely colors available foz your lhumie.IUf(I.lAIS (IF FINE QIJALITIFt. Many first quality items als.o>iur 0 0r~ pet ends are beautiful md iaojt three -fourths (f!. The fi ct gd39. (A6-tf-c). '~ lADY'S [3ICY (I. 26 -n wheels, eno rmlos front basket pretty good shape, Room I I, Flori daIion. (A-7l -If-c). TANHE HG 64 STEREO, 4 trick tUpe recorded re liEd play bick Unused $350. Cost $498. Toprated consume, reporL Hought iii error. 'P A-I 496. (A-80-Jt-p). 1960 HONDA 250cc MOT lcRCYC ii: Excellent condition. New battery, turn signals, electric starting. Very reasonable. Call or see: Steve rm. 3029 Hume FR 6-9234. (A-80-3t-r). 14' COR R E CT (RAFT ATOM SKIER, 60 horse Graymarlne andi trailer. All In good condition. $425. See at Gator Marine E-. University Ave. (A-79-4t -c). FOR SALE -Size ID satin WEDDING DRESS Cost $325. Used only once. Sell for $50. 2-5710. (A82-3t-c). 14EE1S put on in S mmnu?*I SOLES put cc n IS1 mmnurei MODERN SHOL REPAIR SHOP U cress from lit notiona hank U STATE I nds. 7' Te. ALSO PLSs, 25 ACTS I '8 '. W A .' A 22""<"I -BANDS -PERSONALITIES ON STAGE IN PERSON STATE W~mA 'I1 S u 1162 I H Ii:|MI'11 -iR -1Supti MTlOW( Y( I F. Now Riihl, he miotg pisi onmpl.'t.Ly overhauled. li peellit congItioii. ( all 17(1300 Powell's ( ycle Shop. Student (arui save, you $50. A -$2H -p). NEW In MI>Ti IM .F EmST. A few zeidy Pu i immiediate OCCIpuncy. (,aiinesvillc's fastest gi own. 10w home comnrunty. VA, F!IlA ft naninfg. I ugh Edwards Inc., N.E. [6th Ave and l6th St. 2-1 51. (A-70-t f-C). IsUIEX 16 mm roll -load turret movie CA MF:IA. Normal and wideangle I uses .$1 00. Boomn II, Florida Union. (A.It-tf-<). 4147 N.W. 36th St. 3 bedrooms, 2-1/2 bath, fallout shelter, TOO' by 264' wooded Iot.$l9,600. $1,500 down, 6-3384. L arge patio, walnut paneled dein, central heat. (A -St 76-r). BEST FLUME BUY. Under $20,000 for this charming 3 br., 2 bath home. Located on a large lot on paved street. Fenced backyard for children anid pets. Handsome living roo m opens into screened porch. Telephone Arnold Realty Co. 372 -3522. (A -77-5t-c). DE LUIXE electric STOVE Westinghouse, $74 cash. Full size range And oven as new. Call anytIme 1127 N. F. 22nd Ave. Gainesville, Florida. (A -SI-3t -c). MUST SE E LL adorable, tamed', friendly, (apuchin monkey, Cage ,ncludfrd. Call FU 2-7575 before Friay. (A -83-3t-c). JOR SALE -TV set, inch console. Door f $25 and adte, 5:30 3 t-83-c). motorola I rout cabine 6-012K. (A The further adventures of The Mouse That Roared -1*3*5*7*9 pm ------ROAD RUNNER REVUE MARCH of 7 -SPECIALS THEATRE I I t. Ftt'{Fk Ael, I,.r i et $751) nmw. \',w $2Th. ( 'Il 7i79111. (A-d N -). For Rent LA VVF IY NE Iw APARITMFNTI, furimshid, air -condthoned, with washing niachline. Ciii sleep 4. 3 bloc ks fromT campus. Al ,o roern U overlookIng gardien in private homn with ki V hen privileges if desired. G-041U. (B -82-I-). 1(0GM IN NICE [It student with car. ME for ( all 6-1 mile 1710. FOh IN FORMATION on coopr Iadive apartments in new University Park development write P.O. Box 11025, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. (B-SO-lot-c).'' HOUSE F(JR RENT-One year lease $125 per month. [ orated near lAttlewood Elementary School. 3 bedroom, 2 baths. Call Arnold Realty Co. 2--3522. (B-77 -St-c). Autos 1956 FORD Convertible, all power $300. Also LOS9 All State Motorcycle. Both in excellent condition. Call Allen or Glenn. 2-9476. (G75-St-c). LUNKER FOR SALE. You have Seen it on Campus for years. l95I Pontiac convertIble. No top, no color, 3-1/2 fenders. Make offer. Call 6-8728. (G-77-St-c). 1959 FORt) WAGON 9-passenger, V -S, In excellent condition. Phone evenings 6-1112 or 6-9I 58. Askfor Glenn. (G-80-St-c). -I StJNBE:AM ALPINE, '62, Red, Excellent condition. C all Tom Eddie Between S and '7 p.m. at FR 69271. (G-79.2t-c). 2 DIMES FUR SALE: 1960 CORVAIR "700" real good condition. $800 or closest reasonable offer. Call FR 6-9120 between 10:30 p.m. -12:00 p.m. week nights and ask for Dave room 324. (G-83-St-p). [158 VW SET)AN with suit roof light ""n. Radio, Hester, good '~9 U NC 1111F D~ with radio, biate, 30 MPG. Excellent (Oildli dal 2-52:90. (U-83-St-c),. TO NITE *2 action hits! open 6:30; show at 7 YuI Brynner George Chokmrs KItJGSof the SUN" incolor showstwice 2ndcolorhitt :0 Burt Lancaster Audrey Hepburn "THE LINFC)RGIVEN'' Lost 104<1 WIirst and F C, iis. (1I-78-A witch .mwI I HE' Ata ). & Found small silver & gold -Bet weth' Mathei ly s. (ont act Wendy 1067 P-an HI al. )t>UN1 -.pportumity to speliti JUoJus --weekend at MA HilGRAS IL New UT CianS Feb. 8th for c ides call 6 -6883.(L-81-51-c). [ OST-st/p 8 Chesterfield beige Iondo Fog raincoat. LIost nivici n'ity of stadium or Anderson Hall. Call 6 -6268 and ask for Ann. RE WAR[)' ( L-B3-3t-c). Wanted WANTEL) -2 MALE students to share 6 room Apts., with 3 other senior male students. Apt, complete with fully furnished kitchen and study roomt. 231 S.E. 2nd St. 6-4592. (C-75-tf-c). Girls and Boys interested in [FORMING FOLK GROUP for pos sible sum rn r work, preferably play guitar, bass on banjo. Call 2-9405 between 6-7 p.m. Paul Simons. (C -83-St-c), WANTE[) -Male roommate to share apartment FR 2-3748. (C 83-St-c). WANTED 1950-54 FORDS AND CHEVROLETS. Al Herndon'sservice Statwon. Located 916 S.E. 4th St. ((-83-tf-c). WANTED. USED GUITAR. Call FR 2-9307. (C-83-It-c). MARDI-GRAS -Riders wanted, round trip for New Grleans on Weekend of Feb. 8th. Don't be left out, call FR 6-6883. (J-8O-St-c). 1390 Radio-good, clean entertainment everyday except Tuesday. If we don't have It-you didn't want it anyway. WuWu. (J1-83-It-c). Situations Wanted CIIIl)( APE $8.00 week ($1.60 i.y). Bab stting .40 hr. (any nbme Ii onig $2.50 basket. Call 2-701, 120 N.W. 9th St. (F-7irQ~r GratHepburn Services MISTAKES ( A N ((&T YOU MONEY. Income Tax returnsp~repal ed. Experience w.th Internal Revenue Service (omputter. Boyd Bryson 12.37 S.W. 2nd Ave. 2-9307. (M-83-31-c), TYPING --All kInds rough di ails, term papers, thesis, dissertations, mianuscripts, novels, IBM typewriter. IReahoibable rates. (M-83 -If-c). ALTERATIONS. UPPERSS R E P SE AMS FIXE). be seWfl, Mrs. (M-71 -T-c). HEMS REDONE, L AC ED, TORN What have you to Klein 372-7967. 4 4 ii MARATHON n. $$

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Withdraw Ay GLrNN LANEY [ l ' i I ii SI r [T ini~li ii et toI tri s (eesiVaniderbiilt In thi itrtiem1t, cc Floridia ii the south. w'ry then 'houl 1he loss ot cnii m au1se so nucti tnsttrniation' II' Ii, 1i1 i~ ii' Leaves Questions Unanswered 111.14,1 ill. I II 1' I tepiii .i,,ri' I o 'hit SiigL'rshIF heiNeii I a Sth. 1 Ofiir ii fiiii't, L mihy o o pI I i ni'th,'i Georu Toh isone IIh, I Iin' th ii ii ii ,iiiltii I h ILKng .I-on a. RIme 111 S Thf I', I IIuld V ~i~'" ~. hi tolti '. i Iiii i (111' Itd (.9(1 Z nily Itisi thi ,Ist ii th Ithifi *k'Ihe of TI,. hi lost by thi miotvf.f mutst. ALLIGATOR uesday January 281964 Pg Concrete East Stands A RE STUDE NTS STA NDS .to loak like this in flhe near future? Probably not according to Athletic Association Business Manager Percy Beard. Cagers I n SEC By DAVE BERKOWITZ Snorts Edstoi Florida's Southeastern Conkrence basketball hopes remained alive last night with an 86-6U siashing of Alabama before 4,750 wtld (anis at Florida Gym. The win put the Gators' conference mark at 3-2 anid their overall record at 9-4. Tom Baxley paced the UF scorI ng attack with 22 points total, 14 of which helped hol a 20plus point second half mitgil. F Brooks Ilende rson and Mot tilghlIev added their efforts fur 14 1n1(1 $points respectively. Alabama's scoring wLs spi etd thinly imong eight playci s with the bulk ccommig from Ge nw Shu rmecher with IS points. It was iFloridj telcvisioj d bit before North Cent ri Florida tins, many of whom stayed iomic to watch the garne on WU)FT Channe 5 rather thigi birae the towniThe loss was Alaitmi's thirdi European Tour Stu dents Mrs. Sara Jernigan, a professor at Stetson University in [Delaid, Aill Conduct 'a 1964 summnei DumpU Win, in conference play for a 2-2 mark and gives them a 9-7 overall record. Scoring-wise it was a rather cold night (or the Crimson Tide as they hit only 30 percent oftheir shots. For Florida things were slightly better with a .455 fielul goaiI shooting per. engage. The G ators f ounl the top was on the bucket for the fi rst m nutes of the opecIng hitlE but mnageil to keep lh. basket Inosedi for Altbamii, ton. F lorida lted C-U with 22-12, halt way thiiugigt li. ciliii peild. filins W d LIp I ti cOiId IC nmiiutt' andi F luiritja led JO-IS when Aipbtmi in'lle imji itit with L:OU r ImnImIis[' At IL'' hilt it was thi (iOs IS .id UltThe (,ci hit intol jO pez CIn! Of thtuCI Ius hlf shits, but the Tide stortlg w itke iii0beg 4n III 41, a S thiy hit emnl' 21 pcr cent from the >tit sit. F lorida open.'! up withi luur) to 47-2j mniiin uii I :
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I I Platform I 4 Pt ii N I of TuA ligitoi Ilb I.> nil Ionimitiji y talks inp dispiussiois. pAl lii canit irid sigrilir ainI QcimpIIS, state, raioiiial 111d llpt( liAtIiAl IilIu'. TSlies WOUld b)0 publiri.ed p.Iton t' the pull .iir! results uf the pu11 would b. pubtlished in the Alligator,. Abol lh the nor'-functionrg post of Secretary of School Traditions and establish a M C P A I.E ( GM MISSIoN to develop anid foster a greater spirit of unity and pride among University of Florida men and womrn. Abolish ''InsideStudent Government' party poop sheets, anid requite weekly Student Govervmnent reports to be published in Ailigator. "State of the Campus" programs Idormitories where President and SG Cabinet officers give oral reports, answer students' questions, and receive criticisms and suggestions. "Open-door" policy. Create an atmosphere instudent Government which will erncourige students to visit SG officers and contribute new ideas for a more meaningful student government. Establish a Student Government Evaluation Committee to explore in depth the effectiveness of student government in its various areas of involvement. Publish Campus Information Booklet, patterened after the "F" Book. CA MPUS-COMMUNITY DEVElOPMENT One of the primary causes of student apathy on campus is the lack of Student Government sponsorship of Intellectually stlmulting programs and sen vices. To meet the weeds of an expanding I i t tri V tupd famIly I 'II' 4 III 4 II ill it}' -t Ill 411 ii lia ht jgs in ill iid n rriedi viillmges. emiiilculiiri nv ijuation comipeci A .studelnt members. Re -estiblish free ( -cour ,e revuw sess ions that previously ,x sttd. Voice Student Gove rnmieit obje'tion to cla ,s e xa mi na ti o ns, (lui.s, pop-projects during the last week of classes. Provide programs to challenge and stimulate the minds of the students. For example, debates on controversial subjects between q ii a Il ie d advocates (Republican and Democratic State Chairmen, White Citizens Council, NAACP, U.S. Communist Party, etc.) The establishment of special curfew for coeds to take advantage of the extended library hours before progress, as well as, final examinations; extend Sunday curfew to 12 midnight. Support two-hour final examinations-. STUDENT JUSTICE To make the Honor System and honor Court a more integral part of student life and to increase the effectiveness and awareness of the system through abetter understanding of its purposes, as well as the actual proceedings of the Honor Court itself, the following program is proposed: Seek to have shoplifting jurisdiction transferred from criminal court to Honor Court to avoid criminal records and double jeopardy. Work to eliminate outmoded and unenforceable regulations concerning presence of coeds in men's off-campus apartments. Establish an Honor Court Bar I Ii lla i n ta ii M idnit 'sino ni !{ t iilanL ryIt prle ]i on runI iHequine thijt ont ofthe two irt, ance I or' he a law student. (PUI HAL ENl' ME NT To incorporate into lie life Oili our campus the current national surge of interest in clutural activities, we propose the following revisions to provide a dynamic and well-rounded Lyceum program. 1. Provide a vastly expanded program In all classes of material with emphasis on popular entertainment and the classics. 2. schedule more Lyceum Councit attractions on weekends. 3. CampaIgn to raise the priority of a new auditorium for the UF before the State Legislature in 1965. 4. Revise the present system of ticket pricing to provideamore equitable pricing base. 5. Provide greater freedom to the Public Functions and Affairs Committee to achieve greater flexibility in programing Lyceum events. 6. Insure that events of wide student interests are held in areas that offer adequate seating for ALL students. DORMITORY LIFE Dormitory students are the life blood of the university community. Fragmentation of our university requires that we place greater em -phasis on student activities in the living areas. The vast potential of fresh, new ideas and talent in the dorm areas must be tapped to provide aiiactive, functionaland meaningful Student Government. with a PERSONAL CHECKING ACCOUNT At home or away, you'lI find life more pleasant and profitable when you have a thriftiCheck account to help keep your finances in apple peodr jt 11 )1 ITIJUhI ry ) Imial mu service I< tiyv ls. Inte, national Week, 1964, and A SPECIAL EVERY DAY A T TO WNHOUSE Each One Different, Each One a Complete Meal 1 i i r STATE Mi NVE OF P[rIc\ ('iive sity Athlitu< Asso(,atlrn Api athletic .s'mociatiorntoanpn tee has bxeii formed to I nvisti gate the ent, re student focti 'll -eating situation, We wtil Ippint student members to sit on this committee immediately aften elections. We believe that effective communicatn and niegoNiation with the Athletic AssociaHion and the University Udministr ation will help restore lost student rights andpreventany further encroachment. We will seek a fair student seating plan with emphasis on best seats available on. first come-first served basis. Programs That Work Get rid of unenforceable rules which don't hit what they are aimed at to begin with. For example, no man is allowed in a woman's off-campus apartment, and vice-versa, unless she is properly chaperoned, since students both on and off-campus come under the same set of rules. Voluntary EOTC Regi ste r formal student expression concerning compulsory or voluntary ROTC to tihe University administration, state arnd congressional delegates. Parking And Traffic The recent parking and traffic changes were designed to cope with a serious problem of traffic congestion, We feel that the problemn and present regulations should be carefully re-evaluated. A long-range plan for traffic control and public transportation should be prepared under professional guidance. This should be financed by state funds. Educational Enrichment We believe that students should assume a greater responsibility for their own education and share in the formulation of educational policy. There should be student representatIon on the committee appointed to evaluate the trimester system. Student Government work for the implementation of President Reitz's two-hour final poit., Student Savings Reduction of student insurance rates without a corresponding re duction in coverage through comlpetitive company bidding. We also support a plan to bring back the special student Discount Program for ALL, Florida students and will emphasize the expansion of the student book exchange to effectively compete with local book store variety and volume. pie order.