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Vol.56No. University of FloridaGainesville WednesdayMarch 4, 964b



7 HOURS COMPREHENSIVE




New Test Set





For SophsSeven




hours of "trial-run" examinations will be administered to
all UF sophomores March 17 and 19 as a requirement of entering

upper division
The battery of comprehensive tests requires attendance at two '
three-and-one-half testing periods. These tests were recently pre-
pared by the Educational Testing Service at Princeton, NJ. and are
of the objective variety, similar in content to the C-course tests.
The battery consists of a short questionnaire and five tests covering

th e areas \I.n' .I'n..lhh:....110...... "I".F\I'\.Ulnn'....................,
Sciences and Social Sciences.
r- Because the tests do not parallelthe

p Students content of any specific course,
every student is expected to find
i&L some unfamiliar material but while
Say NoBy the best effort of each student Is

desired, no special preparation is
recommended."It .
CYNTHIA TUNSTALL is an experimental program

Feature Editor which is designed to see how effective -
Reaction among students to the we are In material we
new requirements for upper divi- present to the students the first
I sion which require university college two years," vice-president H.M.
5 + students to take seven hours Phllpot said yesterday.

x worth of examinations was over- "The tests will give us an opportunity -
whelmingly negative. to evaluate the effectiveness -
BEAUTY APLENTY Students objected because the of the university college pro-
test was being given to University gram," he added, "and such a

.is seen in the above group of contestants for this year's Military Ball Queen. sophomores who have almost com- device will serve as a valid pre-
pleted the previous requirementsfor diction for the continuation of students -
Pictured above are: Mary Kay Hamm, Lynell Glass, Jana McCard, Lynn Mauldin, entrance Into upper division. In upper division,

Anne Beall Betty Wendt, Pat Goodman, Sally Stidham, Sandra Madorsky, Evelyn "We shouldn't have to take it." particularly borderline cases."
said Margaret Ruth Kelly, 2UC. Dr. Philpott pointed out that
Shifflett, Frances Sokol Reggie Stark, Pamela Ohman, Lauranne Wells, Suzanne "The administration should the testing program has been under

Hilliker, Marsha Costa, Karen Roberts, Diane Denning, Barbara Latham, Paula Hicks, have told the entering freshmanthat discussion for two or three yearsat
Anita Julie Parker they would have to take an UF as well as at various.junior
Kirkpatrick and Kennard.FrolicsDucatsGoing
Ginger .
(See 'UPSET', page 2)) colleges In the state.
"High school senior tests have


I I La Face Chosen I that been academic by helpful observing achievement in predicting these and we college future hope


B tests and the student's continuation

Spring Frolics tickets will be dent of the Interfraternity Council Ron LaFace, 1LW, was elected LaFace has been president of in upper division, there will bea
on sale the remainder of this week (IFC). president of Florida Blue Key his Phi Kappa Tau social frater- correlation between academic
and at the door Friday night, according They are $2.50 per couple. Fro- Monday night. nity, and Is a member of Phi achievement and the results of the
to John Wolf, Vice Presl- lics begin at 8:30 p.m. in Florida ,--- Delta Phi Legal fraternity.New tests," Philpott said.
Gymnasium.The 1r1 The spring, Florida State Uni-
vice-president is Jon Johnson versity, and the University of South
Under 21 ? Journeymen and Ian and 1LW, a Kappa Alpha from Florida have also agreed to test
Slyvia two folk
singing groups, Orlando. In 1960 he was head their
will sophomores who will
provide the entertainment.Ian .
of the Democrats for Ken-
campus
be
and Sylvia are Canadian entering the upper division, according -
forget ItBy folksingers whose repertoire Includes nedy. to President J. Wayne
English and American classic Y John DeVault, 4JM, and past Reitz's recent letter to all 2UC
students."If .
ballads, mountain music,Negro president of Delta Tau Delta was
BECKY QUINN blues, and French Canadian ma- elected secretary. DeVault has the tests do become a requirement -
Staff Writer terial. also been active in the UF debating for upper division, we
UF students who want to buy hope 'to compare the effectiveness
The
Journeymen are society.
liquor may have to submit to composedof of the program with other l institutions -
John
Phillips, Dick Weissman
,
"mugging" by local liquor deal- a as the tests develop," Phil-
and Scott McKenzie. Treasurer Is Mike Colodny,4AS,
ers before they get what they're pott said.
Phillips is the arranger for twice president of Pi LambdaPhi
after. the group and Is considered by social fraternity. Last year Phllpott added that the schedul-
Plans to prevent minors from ing of the tests was decided
many to be the finest guitar playerIn 4 he was assistant director of upon
buying alcoholic beverages are American folk music. orientation. for March 17 and 19 because
already being made by seven h progress tests would be over at
Weissman
does much of the writ-
Gainesville merchants who have ing for the group and plays the Florida Blue Key is the men's this time. The results of the
applied for liquor licenses. banjo. leadership fraternity and sponsors test will be mailed to students in
The seven merchants are form- such activities as homecoming,the April. Although it will be neces-
Scott McKenzie is consideredone
ing a retail liquor dealers asso- International host program, and the sary for students to take the teststo
of the finest tenors performing -
ciation in advance of the State today. RON LAFACE Florida Blue Key speaker's register In upper division, no
Beverage Department's decisionon bureau. official record will be kept.
Ian and Sylvia performed
Just which of 120 ;applicants
separately for a number of
will be awarded the 30 licenses years
alloted to Alachua County. before combining their talents into r Final I I
one of Canadas most popular en- Ruby Jurist Chosen
(See LIQUOR, page 2)) tertainment groups. .

DALLAS (UPI) Two 58-year- overruled him and took the bench.It tense counsel Melvin Belll's ora-
I Negro Appointed old women were sworn in yester- was in his own courtroom. He tory and drove to completion of
day by a "tough" judge substi- loaned the room to Brown for the the jury.
tuting for ailing Judge Joe B. trial since it is larger.
rfy DON DAVIS and Chief The jury, eight men and four
Justice
of the Traffic Brown, filling the jury box for Testimony about the slaying of
Staff Writer Court were presented last night the murder trial of Jack Ruby. accused presidential assassin Lee women, has an average age of
with nine other SG 39.2 years. All are white, Pro-
( ) appointmentsfor Harvey Oswald last Nov. 24 will
Stephean P. Mickle, 3AS, is the Legislative Council approval. Brown, a 55 year-old jurist noted begin this morning, the 15th day testant residents of Dallas or Its

first Negro In UF history to holda Majority leader L.C. "Buddy"Blain for his informality, went home of the noisy, argumentative trial. suburbs.
Student Government (SG) office. Interrupted the proceedings before the start of the session Ruby showed no emotion as the
Mlckle's appointment as Clerk of to state Legislative Council I with a bad cold. Judge J. Frank Wilson sworeIn first juror was sworn.
the Traffic Court by Student Body approval of the two positions was Mrs. Aileen B. Shields, a divorcee The district attorney said be
President Ken Kennedy was announced not provided for In the (SG) con- Belli protested. the seating of and Mrs. Louise Malone, would be through with his murder
at a Legislative Council stitution. I' Wilson on the ....,neb as a sub- a widow, In the morning and afternoon with malice case against the 52-
meeting last night. I' stitute. Wilsc.1, a cigar-puffing session. year-old striptease club operatorby
Toe appointments of the Clerk (See APPOI NTED, page 2)) veteran of 42 years In law courts, Wilson curtly shut off chelf de- tomorrow "at noon."

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Page 2 The Florida Alligator Wednesday.March 4,1964
Sophs 'Upset'Continued

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his academic standing, contribute should be given to UP students
BriefsAZ 1))
from
upper( division page test," she study time to qualify for upper who have" studied here for two
meeting requirements years.
division after
Initiates 26 Group To StudyThe continued. "You shouldn't aboutit have sent down for it when "I got a little upset when I
to take It if you didn't know read the letter
initiation early last A group proposing to study before sophomore year." he entered college. informing me I
week of 26 Alpha Zeta pledges "humanities in the theologi- Al Leonard your, UF sophomore from "U the Administration wants to had to take the tests, admitted
concluded a week in which cal demension" was organizedthe Milton, objected to the test on give Junior college students the Marianne Burllnger, 2UC, "I
the pledges had to obtain 50 weekend at the Presby- the grounds that "It's not fair to test," he continued, "that's theirperogative wouldn't mind" taking them except :
signatures on a scroll andbeterian Student Center. make a student, no matter what but I don't think it during progs. :i
come acquainted with the ob.Listing a, schedule of once .
Marianne thought the
jectives and purposes of Alpha a week meetings the group tests werea
AppointedContinued very good idea because "You
Zeta. will be concerned with
really don't know what
Those initiated were Bob medieval art and architecture. people are
Ronald Informal will be Area.A learning unless you give them a
Scully, Jones, Dorsey discussions 1)) from Graham
from "
standardized
test.
Hightwoer, Richard Davis, held with coffee and donuts be- ( page special request from Women
Klm-Smn Yeth, Kenneth Lee, ing offered. At Bain's suggestion the council Students Association (WSAof
Bill Miller, John Talton, JuDiscussions will be led by voted to strike the names from $143.74 was approved by the coun As an afterthought, she added
lian Meitln, David WeisenProfessor Manuel Gitlln the the list of appointees presented for cil. The requested funds will cover "but I do think the Junior college
born, Richard Qualls, SalvaHumanities Department. approval on the grounds that the expenditures to send a dele- kids should have to take them
dor Quiros, Clarence Peed, R.N. To appointment of Mickle and Shelly gate to the Intercolliglate Association anyway, because the kids here know
Speak
Billy Ray Cannon, James Bil- Finnwn, Chief Justice of the Traffic of Women Students in Lex- the type of material needed to get
lie Gomlllion, Bob McKain, Mrs. Nancy Tally, R.N. and Court "stand as presented." ington, Ky., March 15-18. Into upper division but it's not
John Platt, Wayne Jordan, Public Health Nurse of Ala- "Steve has exhibited a strong Last night's meeting was known what" Junior college kids are
Ieuan Evans, Tom Branan,Joe chua County Health Depart- interest in SG this year, and I attended by 45 of the 70 council learning.
Jawad, Bill Foster, Paul WUment, will be guest speaker certainly think he will make most members.The .
liams, Bob Byrnes, Bob for U.F. Food Service's Sanitation worth-while contribution to this poor attendance resulted Josephine (Dodie) MCakay,2UC,
Bailey, and Arthur Tomerlln. and Safety Training administration," Kennedy said. from some members of the council from Anna Maria Fla., thought the
DS Initiates 7 Program on Wednesday, Mar. Mickle previously attended not receiving notices of the tests should be given only:
4 in the Athletic Dining Room Bethune-Cookman College before session in the mail. "If it would help things..doany
Delta Sigma PI formally of the Main Cafeteria Build- entering the UF last year. He Blaln said, "I am disturbed at good or serve a purpose."
initiated seven pledges this ing. is a 1961 graduate of Lincoln High this lack of notification. I don't "There's only limited space in
week. Mrs. Tally plans to cover School in Gainesville. know the reason. I was told the upper division and those spaces
They are: Dave Derrier, the topics of personal cleanliness While at Bethune-Cookman, council members living on campus should go to kids who deserve it,"
"f Chet Cornwall, Robert Ellis, responsib111t1esottood Mickle served as Assistant Manag- received their notices, but none she continued.
Ron Mayhue, Kent Sperring, handlers, avoidance of ing editor of Bethunian,the student have been received by persons not
3 Allen Kennel and Rick cross contamination, and newspaper there. on the campus mail route." Edmund Olson, UF sophomore
Southerland. Infection through lack of personal He is a member of the Student SG Vice-President Dick Gober from St. Pete, maintained that
The "New Brother's Ban hygiene. All area and Group for Equal Rights at the UF. said he thought the "mix-up" was the tests "shouldn't be given to
quet" and the "Rose of Delta local food service employees Legislative Council gave approval In the mail. UF students because if they can
Sig" dance will be heldSaturare Invited to attend the meet- to the appointment of David "The notices to all Legislative make grades they should be admit-
%; day night. Ing. ; Creech as a replacement for Drew Council members were mailed last ted to upper division.

'IY, Haslett, council representative Friday at noon," said Gober.
ii'I'1 !'. ,
!
< Junior college students should be
given the test to find out if they
are able to qualify for upper di-
I Liquor RulesContinued SGER Stands Pat vision." he said.

"I'm not very happy about the
The Student Group For Equal actly how the immediate time the test are scheduled, he
designed to protect both the mer-
from 1))
( page Rights (S G E R) last night reaffirmed resumption of picketing would effect added.
chants Involved and those minors
its previous decision to the elections or how it would ..
The group is being led by Na- who would purchase liquor. withdraw picket lines In front of help or hinder the liberal
than Pozln, operator of the Uni- Pozln would not name the mer- the Florida Theatre until after candidates.
versity Inn and president of the chants Involved In forming the city elections on Mar. 17. "SGER has done tremendous
Gainesville motel owners group liquor dealers association, exceptto Faculty advisor David Sheehan Job in registering Negro voters
which led the campaign to get say that the group Included"the said the student vote was "over- for the election," Sheehan said,
Alachua's "wet-dry" vote passed only two applicants in the entire whelmingly in favor of endorsingthe "and now it is in the process of
last Fall. town who are sure of getting decision made "
on Feb. 21. insuring a good turnout at the elec-
Representing the would-be their licenses." The meeting was a closed door tion with an Intensified 'get out
liquor dealers Monday night,Pozln lie said that under state sta- session, resulting from a peti- the vote' movement."
asked the Gainesville City Com- tute, hotels and motels with 100 tion by SGER members who wantedto He said approximately 800 Negro
mission to pass an ordinance prohibiting or more guest rooms were auto- resume picketing immediately. voters were registered in the last
home delivery of liquor matically entitled to receive a Sheehan said the majority faction month by the SGER.
orders to prevent liquor sales to licence If they applied for one. felt the combination of picketingand "For the next two weeks, SGER
minors. Pozin said that his motel, the the group's current efforts to wants to insure a good Negro turn-
"The driver of liquor delivery University Inn, was one of the
out
a large voter after
encourage Negro a highly successful registration we're running a special
truck would have difficulty veri- two establishments that came under turnout in the coming election were drive.
fying the age of those who order this provision.He "incompatible." Earlier in the week, UF officials on our $14 mohair i
liquor." he told the commission. refused to identify the sec- Sheehan did say that he believedthe sweaters for $9.99.
Pozin also outlined a plan by ond.District group would probably resume clamped down
on any possi- if
which association members pro- Supervisor Tom Dean of picketing after the elections. ble SGER picketing at the Florida it's a great buy you
pose to require young-looking customers the State Beverage Departmenttold Sheehan said he did not know ex- Theatre Building in Jacksonville. need one.
to present identification the Alligator that he was not
stating their age and to sign an aware of the formation of a retail I
affidavit testifying that the identi- association in Gainesville. He
fication belongs to them and states said that he had not spoken to
their correct age. anyone regarding the picture tak-
The dealers would then photo- ing plan.
graph the customer along with Dean said that the University : NOTICEApplications
his identification, using a check- Inn and the Thomas Hotel were
cashing device, he explained. the only two Gainesville applicants -
Pozin said that a city ordinance for the special hotel-motel
prohibiting home delivery and the licences available to establish-
picture-plan to ascertain the age ments with 100 or more guest

of customers would be measures rooms. are now being accepted for the following publications positionsas

indicated:


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me 10 clergymen including -
wheat must
the
son that half
coastof who allegedly practiced the two rabbis and
Jail Term along the east be carried in the U. S.
Florida," Larson said. world's "oldest pro- vessels. ministers from several
flag
"Let me remind whoeverIs fession" in the evenings; had Protestant denominations,

TALLAHASSEE (UPI)-- responsible that there did so to help their hus- The restrictions were arrested at the Tal-
American grain
the limited the
Anyone convicted of dyna- are laws to settle just grie- bands "keep up with those drawing lahassee Municipal Air-

miting Florida East Coast vances without recourse to Jones'." vessels 32 .feet of to water or less. port in June 1961,

Railroad tracks or equip- barbarism." Wheat Sales Now it will be possible for Mercy' Killing
ment Is subject to a$10,000fine vessels suchas
American Germany
big LIMBURG,
and 10 years In Jail Morals Hit MOSCOW (UPI) -- The the giant grain carrier (UPI) -- An ex-Nazi official -

sentences, State Trea- Soviet Union waived its Manhattan, drawing 50 feet yesterday said It was
PI) -- The
and Fire Marshal J. MOSCOW
surer v restrictions on to expedite de- the
previous of water necessary to kill men-
Soviet Union said yester-
Edwin Larson warned yes-
the size of graincarryingships liveries. handi-
terday. day the recent U. S. tour tally and physically
and agreed yesterdayto during
capped In Germany
Larson said investi- by the British "pop" en- Riders
Freedom
and allow giant U. S. World War n to make room
from his office were tertsiner .The Beatles
gators
freighters to bring Amerl- for wounded victims of Allied
working closely with fed- the discovery of a part- Black TALLAHASSEE (UPI)
the
wheat to ports on air bombings.
eral agents in attemptingto time prostitution ring In .- White and Negro clergy-
track down those guiltyof New York were proof ofAmerica's Sea.U. men from four Northern Hefelmann was testifying -
"dollar"morals. S. authorities had felt at his trial on charges
Florida
the
bombing FEC facilities. states asked '
old Soviet rule could "mercykilUngs"
the Involving 73,000
Court Tuesday to
"During the past several Supreme
frustrate administration during the Hitler
days I have watched with The government news- advise the U. S. Supreme
said the attempts to Implement a regime.

of growing dynamltings concern have as spread a rash U_'paper Nassau hU'U. 'Izvestia County__'" housewivesBeauties' >--- pledge by President John-.\ ......' t Court., their, "freedom Jf[ ....., ....'. ..'"" :,:. .' :' :" : :' E.r:

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Beauty and the Beast contest Team contestants JacqleS.May-

will be held March 15-21 to raise nard, Kappa Delta sorority and

funds for World University Ser- Joseph C. LeBas, Sigma Chi fra- 7

vice (WUS) project. ternity Challenge any other team :

contestants contest. to better them In the y4

The beauty and beast team that


STUDENTSon votes compiles and points the greatest will be the number winner.of i/'. ; '" l( ,,.."'r;-' L r
raise money
Each team will ('.
which will count as votes for them. : /
will countas
collected
Every penny r

one vote. '.R
BUDGETNEED Circle K, a campus service organization ti .
is sponsoring the contest -

THE Circle K will award pointsto
each team everyday during the

NATIONALClothing contest as they check in the contest i

booth in the Plaza of the Americas.The .
Store points will be awarded for pro-

identification.Such as banner 4 nb
per
208 W. Univ. Ave. telling who the contestant is and

who sponsors them. Contest Is '
.NOTE: SPECIAL SERVICE ,
to any students.
,FOR U.F. STUDENTS I I open Near the booth will be a wishing

Alterations At well where each team will spendan
hour everyday. The money

Special collected while they are their goesas mm

votes for them. (p :r 1L:... b:: 'p.'p" -- -
Low PricesWaist Trophies will be awarded to the BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

of Pants Made winning beauty and beast at a pre- and Beast contest sponsoredby
5:30 for the forthcoming Beauty
sentation planned for 4:30 to shown discussing plans
.are Delta
Smaller or March 20. 1UC 1 Beauty, two of her Kappa I
pirn. Friday Circle K. Left to right are Jackie Maynard,

Larger. .sOt I sorority sisters, Suzanne Robinson, 3ED, and Sharon Bleakley, 4AS, and Beast, Joe

-T LOCATION
NEW
I Le Bas, 2UC; Sigma Uii.Jax .

Kiser's EQUIPMENT :, Negroes Fined For Trespass I

OFFICE
to register at
LENGTHEN or shorten ceived suspended $25 fines, but rested while trying
UPI) -- Seven dismissed becauseno
JACKSONVILLE (
604 N. Main StreetMonthofMarch who had a hotel were
JohnSantora, prom
Pants. Negro sit-In demonstrators were Judge one from the hotel was pre-
to Increase the penalty If the
ised
50< I fined in city court yesterday for fined three sent in court.In .
continued,
trespassing, while charges against offenses at both the restaurant and cafe-
night a
Monday
arrested
FILE CABINET four others were dismissed.Four men teria cases the men were arrested
each.
demonstrators arrested restaurant $40 read to them
of the
I J after the manager
ar-
four men
SALE Charges against
', Feb. 14 at a cafeteria re- from the Florida trespassing sta-
Shorten Sleeves of Coat tute In the presence of Negro
4-drw letter size-49.5 Tallahassee
At
NAACP Aims policemen and they refused to
75 4 drw legal size69.503'x6' .
< asked to speak at the leave.
been
Civil has
JACKSONVILLE (UPI) -A
march sponsored by the rally in Tallahassee.The cafeteriaand
of the
\ rights Representatives
(Overcoat $1.001 Work Tables, NAACP will be made on Talla- march Is to show supportfor restaurant said that race was

Sides of Coat. Desks wood & metal hassee March 27, state NAACP legislation the passage iow before of civil Congress.rights not the basis of their exclusionof

Chairs all types President Rutledge H. Pearson "We hope to Impress upon the the Negroes.
said today. Lawrence Ilewey, assistant
minds of our elected officials that
$1.00Taper manager of the cafeteria, said the
Typewriters & adding Leaders said they hoped 5,000 the Negro all vestiges in Florida of Is racial determinedthat dis- Negroes pushed their way into the

would take part. and he was afraid
persons establishment
machinesALL shall be ended,
Inside of Leg Pearson said A.Philip Randolph, crimination there would be a disturbance.
ON SALEFR vice-president of the AFL-CIO, Pearson said.
Pants. .
of
Do laundry
.
2-9607 ,(4 your

75 (: First 12 customers buyinga while l you shop


typewriter March 2 at i

CHECK ON OTHERALTERATION 8:30.We have 12 goingfor CASHFR

PRICES 19.50 EACH

We have 140 boxes of

ID Card to: typing carbon regularly -
Bring your

selling for 4.50 up, FINANCE KOIt KLEEN .

National Clothing while they last $1.00Kiser's N

FR 6-5333 Loans up to $600 222 W. Univ. Ave., I 704 W. Univ. Axe.

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I Page 4 The Florida Alligator WednesdayMarch 4, 1964 Campus CopsWhere Are Your Hearts?


\ l.i. c>> :iaaI.1Ei A
, ,\ out my mistake. They would make suggestions and
* EDITOR: offer advice as to how I could stay out of future trouble.
This was not the case with the campus
; By Their Fruits Motorscooter 27 where are you? to meet When he pulled up beside me I was coasting down cop.
distinct privilege this afternoon
It was my hill doing 23 miles per hour so I pulled over
assuminghe
I\ One always guards most Jealously that which he cherishes most one of the local officers of law ((1)) enforcement. was going to give me a ticket for speeding. \
, deeply. I must I was throughly Impressed. Never in
say got out walked to the back and he asked for
,c One of the more basic differences between Socialism and capitalism my whole entire life have I met someone who reminded drivers license. I presented it to him and he started my
I lies In the treatment of incentive. Capitalism recognizes the me more of a machine. I have been pulledby writing. I questioned him as to how much it would
f f "selfish" drive for personal reward for the powerful questing force Oregon State Troopers for not dimming my lights, cost and he answered something to the effect that it
J I that it Is, and harnesses its energies to provide the main source of California Highway Patrol Troopers for speeding, varies. This I took to mean it varies with the speed.
; power for the system. We rely on personal honesty, conflicting interestsand Arizona State Troopers for speeding, Florida Highway He finished writing out the ticket, handed it to
a myriad of laws to keep it within the bounds of social usefullness. Patrol for passing in a no passing zone, and Gainesville me
to the effect
and said something else that if it wasn'tpaid
The socialists, however, regard "profit seeking" and personal Police for running a red light. In each of these cases
warrant for
arrest
in 72 hours a my would be
I gain as something akin to sacrilege --and except for t/vtaln exceptions the officer was very understanding and willing to point

\ made in the interest of expediency, crush it with a ruthlessness born sent out.
I of ideological fervor, wherever it is discovered.
I In both systems--behind socialistic dam, and in the capitalistic .., HO NuM
dynamo--there are bound to be leakages where selfishness spills I then proceeded to go to the
over barriers into the field of the public Interest. ;curt; ticket paying office because It was
I And when this happens, the reactions of the systems to the breach quarter till four and I thought it
( is characteristic of their ideologies. closed at four. I handed the
I Currently in the news are accounts of trials in both countries concerning girl my ticket and filled out a
Bobby Baker and several of his Russian counterpartsBakerfor card only to discover that I hadn't
allegedly peddling influence, and the Russian workers for siphoning been pulled for speeding but for

output from government factories for personal gain. CAMPv driving the wrong way on a two
From the American press we read voulumes of testimony on the '' way street.
Baker case, and notice that witnesses have Invoked the fifth ammend-
ment hundreds of times, and the most severe penalty Baker will have

to face Is economic ruin and possibly several years in Jail. If he had Just asked me why and
From Russia comes only the terse announcement that several per- been a little more informative I
sons have received the death sentence because of "economic" crimes. it normal
I would have considered ,
And reminded of two of poem--it might
r we are verses a Tennyson
but I Just got the idea from seeing
be appropriate to print the first in English and the last in Russian.
this zombie in action that the
"Oh yet we trust that somehow good iS
I coeds can save their tears, the
Will be the final goal of ill,
football players their muscles,and
To pangs of nature, sins of will,
else their sob stories
Defects of doubt, and taints of blood; i everyone
because the campus cop is like

.. the tin man In THE WIZARD OF
So runs my dream: but what am I? --.:": ::::-- :--- OZ he has a thumping gizzard in
i An Infant crying In the night: place of a heart.
I An infant crying for the light:
I And with no language but a cry." Hugh Harling, Jr.
/ From: Oh Yet We Trust IF THEY ONLY HAD A HEART. 3Eg.

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II Infirmary Doesn't Receive

Writer Debates Federman's Positiondon't

Emergencies Says WriterEDITOR

CJ "
EDITOR: pecially when he usually says like it, Nice of you : I believe it is quite safe to
something interesting. I don't to say you'll let the students de- conclude, that there is no such
As a reader of your paper, I usually agree with his interpre- cide.Well Recently, a close friend of mine thing as an EMERGENCY at"our"
I cast my vote for Federman, and tation, and analysis, but have also maybe It is the low Intellectual noticed an inflammation in one of Infirmary as evidenced by this
against your new policy of shorter not felt he has usually used too level you the editors may his eyes, and rushed to our cam- and many other experiences In the
reviews from more theaters. much space. Space in Federman's function on, or the fear of the pus Infirmary, in hopes of seeinga infirmary's history.In .
I hands is certainly more interest- loss of advertising, or a sudden doctor Immediately. I empha- the four years I have attended
I ing than a picture of "Fiji" sta- "feeling" you had been doing the size the word IMMEDIATELY,because this university, have read numerous -
It seems a bit odd that this
sudden editorial policy shift should tue, or a girl covered with mud. other Gainesville theatres wrong, anyone in his position could complaints concerning the
,w come with the letter from the The attitude you have taken on but as a student I urge you to experience nothing but fear and infirmary policy and have yet to
manager of the Gainesville Drive- this issue is typical of the holier- leave one of the better items In anxiety. His thoughs dwelled on see one. advancement toward im-
in. I hope that the advertisingMr. than-thou attitude this paper has your paper intact--the movie re- the fact that he may have been provement. Is an Improvement
Ray buys in this paper was manifested for the past few years. views. You've handled the situa- losing his one and only good eye, possible? If so, who can we see
not a factor for deciding to givein The Addis letter validly points tion quite poorly. In regard to resulting In total blindness. about some action?
to his demand for even more this out, and your reply to it this issue, I do feel I could do a Despite the patient's desperate Cillo N. Guerriere4AS
certainly didn't make look better Job then are now doing. and
publicity, via reviews.As you any you pleas attempts at making the
better. Sometimes,I think the only I hope no prevailing student viewis Importance of an emergency

reason you ever allow controversy negated by you, Justified by known, the attending nurse insistedhe (EDITOR'S NOTE:
parties seemingly concernedwith printed about your editorial policies "editorial good taste." return in the morning to seea with the infirmary, t AfterAlligator
what the public is entitled to, is that you have the ultimate doctor. This soOcalled "nurse" learned it was after midnight when
both you and Ray should rememberthat rationale of complaining "If you Richard Schuster asked the patient if the inflammed your friend reported there and they

The Alligator public is a eye was real, and after a few accept only emergencies after
limited one as it concerns movie moments, realized that a false eye midnight. The infirmary said that
theaters. Not all Florida students couldn't have been red and inflamed your friend's eye has been Inflam-
have cars or access to them.Alas, Banish Food Service Also? and even admitted this, I med for three days and the official
many of us go to the movies via am told. did not feel it was an emergency.)
foot, and the simple fact is that EDITOR: or The National Guardian." Birth
the State offers the best and closest control must be neither taughtnor
entertainment. Also remem- Because people irritated by the practiced. We will leave Ti- The Florida AlligatorServed
ber that the audience the UF offers activities of SGER feel that its gert Hall and The Alligator. They
is inherently of a higher Intell- members represent the UF sounds are not going to offend anyone. by United Press InternationalEditor

ectual level than a normal public, like a dandy reason for revokingits Thomas ..................................................................walker Lundy
W. Sharpless7AS
and It is only natural that films charter. Perhaps it shouldbe Managing Editor ......................................................Bill Fuller
such as '/Tom Jones" and "The a standing rule than any organization Assistant Managing Editor .........................................John Askins
Trial" would have greater appeal chartered by the Uni- Editorial Editor .................................................Wayne Norfleet
1 to the mass UF audience then versity and which In the courseof VarietyEDITOR Sports Editor ..........................................................Glenn Laney
"Move Over Darling" or "Kings pursuing its cause arouses : Wire Editor ...........................................................Bob Thomas
of the Sun." criticism will automatically have Feature Editor ....................................................cynthia Tunstall
its charter cancelled. It is obvious I would very much appreciate it Campus Living Editor ........................................Judy Lynn Prince
that in this way we could if the Alligator would print revIews Editorial Assistants .... Ernie Litz, Gail Sobering, Nancy Zimmet,
Furthermore, there Is the have everyone love us. of all the movies that are Betty Wendt, Betsy Garrison, Steve Vaughn, Sue Dobbie, Charner
simple fact that as a reviewer, For example, we should forbid showing in this area, even if the Powell and Rual Chandler.
Federman is due the right to review -, the biology department teaching reviews must be short. I very Reporters ..... Jim Castello, Phil Hevener, Joel Gaston, Douglas
the films of his own choice.To evolution to assuage religious seldom go to a movie if Don Molltor, Donita Mathison, Sally Stock, Carol Nobis, Ann Carter,
review all films available for fundamentalists. We should strike Federman likes it and always en- Joe Kollln, Pam Pulley, Agnes Fowles, Bob DeLoach, Fran Snider,
reviewing would take at least five out references to fluorine in the Joy the movies that the doesn't Judy Teich, Evan Engle, George Mims, Phil Geyer, Don Federman,
nights a week. And since no one water treatment courses for the like. The Florida Theatre and the Becky Quinn, Larry Zimmerman, Jackie Cornelius, Patti Pltz,
has seemed to beat down your sake of the Anti-Fluoridation local drive-ins all deserve movie Gary Williams, Don Davis, Terry Rogers, Sue Haugsted, Joyce
doors in gleeful anticipation of filling League. The history department reviews for their films even if Kilmer, George Elmore, David Sumner, Jay Haviser, Joe Zeigler,
i Federman's shoes, I suggest should use DAR and American a critic does disapprove of their Joy Cherry, John Clendenon, Nancy Brachey, Tom Millsaps,
'" you allow him to choose his own Legion approved texts. We should shows. I hope that you can finda and Millie Gorman.
( subjects. If no one volunteers, require all animals on campusto movie reviewer who is willing
then assign someone to review wear clothing. Food service to discuss more of the current THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaper of
them all,or let the reviewer choose should serve rosebuds and soy movies at ALL of, our local the- the University of Florida and is published five times weekly except
f his own. As long as his position bean bread. We should encouragethe atres. during the months of May, June, and July, when a weekly issue is
is voluntary, you should be thank- FBI to tap our phones. No published. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is entered as second class
ful to take what he offers, es. one should subscribe to"Playboy" Esther Harden matter at the United States Post Office at Gainesville, Fla.I .




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Suggests Editor Consider Resienins WednesdayMarch 4, 1964 The Florida Alligator Page 5 '

O Chas it. We want the SGER to take a With the right of free speechand -

EDITOR: Last, competency. I have long not been indicated In thr recent positive, forward position too, as non-censorship goes the responsibility -

I am prompted to write after been of the opinion,perhaps naive- columns of Don Fedenn.n. It Is the Negro voter registrationdrive of staying within the

reading Monday's column, "Edi ly, that such people as Judges, Mr. Federman stated In his Feb. and the high school tutoring bounds of good taste. We wiU

tor Advocates Moving of SGER." politicians, and newspapers edi- 21 column that Mr. Lundy had service. But we look at the picketing always edit, or "censor" material -

I wish to comment, If I may, tors should be "uncommon" per- censored certain Ideas of a non- efforts of the group and cannot as you put It, that we feel Is

on Mr. Lundy's logic, attitude, sons. That is, It has seemed to libelous nature that he wanted to find any "positive, forward" re- not in good taste, whether It be

and editorial competency.First me that they should be people who express. This apparent desire to sults. Can you? Don Federman's or not.

logic. Mr. Lundy states, are forward-looking and who hold avoid anything controversial Is especially We look at other parts of the If you, as a member of the

"we agree with the objectives of positive ideas about the world they unbecoming the editor ofa nation and It appears picketing SGER want to picket, then we say

the SGER. It Is the group's me- live In. I continue to believe student newspaper. causes violence more times than go. The right Is yours. But we

thods of operation that we ques- that such people should act as "positive, forward" results.We wonder how "positive" and "for-

tion." By "methods" he Is referring guides for others and that they If I have somehow misunder- are not afraid of contro- ward" the results will be.

to picketing. Now picketing should, as much as their talents stood Mr. Lundy's position, I hope versy, as witnessed by our column

Is a means open to anybodyor permits, work for the .chlevement he will clarify for me that whichI on the SGER Monday.. w. w. L.

any group who wishes to makea of a higher level of civilization. have referred to; otherwise, I

moral protest. It Is a demo- Mr. Lundy, I am sorry to say, would suggest that he consider

cratic procedure and an expression Impresses me as one who would resigning as editor of the Alligator. withMaxSJrafaan

of free speech which Is con- prefer "playing It safe." He Is .OatempisAuthor

stitutionally guaranteed. It Is Illogical "for" SGER objectives, but

for a person to say that against pursuing them in any effective "
Robert Canney, 7ED ( "RaitH Rutted tlit, Flap #<>;/"/
he Is for equal rights and, at the manner. I am sure he std "ulIIr": (>/ /Jo// \11\'itl, ('hark.")

same time, given present condi- would say, If asked, that he was

tions, to say he Is against picket- "for" free speech and against (Editors Note-- We are not

censorship. But such, however, for "playing It safe," as you put

ing.Next, attitude. Mr. Lundy believes A ROBE BY ANY OTHER NAME

the SGER Is held to be Asks Where It Will EndEDITOR ,
representative of the UP by the With the Commencement: J Pay I ju"t a couple of short month:

public. So what? Those who make away: the: mention on '" )'market' is in!: "How did the different -
associations are mistaken as : be better for these groups to discipline come to l II o by academic rolnnt with
such ,
function "off-campus" so that hoods of different colors?" Kxeryltody fo taking it; I menu
any C-41 student knows. By ana cicrylxxiy! I, mean I haven't linen able to walk ten feet on
their actions taken be
to
would he hold that the Young I heartily concur with your opin- are not
logy, withtluholl1'IMItIjtrnh" elUnv and "I low
,
campus) my nay
Republicans or Young Democrats, ion as expressed in the editorialof representative of the universityas any did the different come to l he marked by academic

or Students for Goldwater also represent March 2, regarding the Student a whole. robes with basis of different colon, hey?"
the whole university? I Group for Equal Rights. Since To carry your logic to Its ultimate asked collegians
This, I must! say, is not the usual question by
think not. any such group appears to be representative conclusion, we are obligedto ; who grub my ellx>w. Ordinarily they<< nay, "Hey, i Shorty,
Mr. Lundy seems to have an of the university as apply this same argument(basedon pot; a Marlboro?" And this is fitting. After all, am they not

aversion to being at all associatedwith a whole (i.e., "you and me"), and "less unanimous" approvalof collegians; and therefore loadedith bruin? And does not
those Instructors and studentswho since their methods are not always methods) to Fraternities, Univ. intelligence; demand the tastiest in tobacco flavor? And docH

are willing to go to Ocalaor supported by the whole university, Religious Association, Honor not Marlboro deliver a flavor that in uniquely delicious? And

to Jacksonville to demonstratetheir It would, perhaps, be "better" for Court, Campus Cops, Student am I not short?
Gov't.ad Infinitum I Hack to the colored hoods of academic rull'M.
belief in Constitutional prin- all concerned if they would function Perhapsthey But digram.;
"off-campus." would all function better"off- A doctor of philosophy wears blue', a doctor of medicine wears
ciples. Why? University students "
make up the core ul society's future The same argument, of course, campus.
Let us banish all lepers lest
to such the
leadership. Why shouldn't applies groups as
they actively Involve themselvesin conservative club, Y. A. F., Lib- we be considered a leper colony.
eral Forum the C-62A the What a splendid and uncontroversial -
efforts to Improve the present dept.,
social order? Why, Mr. Lundy, Arab Club, the Latin American university community
Club and other such potentially would then have, and how pleasedMr.
does it embarrass you to be identi- ,
Johns would be| M
fied with fellow students who work controversial groups. We are
You see Mr. Lundy, I am In
for necessary and desirable social usually In agreement with their ,
changes using reasonable, intelligent objectives but, since there maybe complete agreement with your objectives -
of who do not though not always with
legal, and nonviolent some us approveof
methods? their methods, it would, again, your potentiallycontroversialmethods.
Consequently, since you
are seen as representing the uni- r t t

I Goldwater ControversyEDITOR versity as a whole.... '

It Is a sad comment on the

state of affairs when a respected
: basic U. S. foreign policy would
university will no longer stand up
be excluded, under the principlethat
for the right of ALL of its' stu-
Joe R. Wolfe's letter of Feb. 21, a country which is not withus
dents to freedom of speech and ,
in which he claims that I dis- Is against us.
actions. If It starts here where
torted Senator Goldwater's posi- Such a policy, I believe, would ky Why'!
will It end?
tion in my letter of Feb. 18, shows strengthen the position of Com- ,

that he is incorrectly Interpreting munism. Especially in this age
Goldwater's position. He claims of proud nationalism, many for- Lawrence Joel Glazer, 2UC green; a master of arts wears white, a doctor of humanities

that I am guilty of distortion, eign governments would be unwilling wears crimson a master of library science wears lemon yellow.
The following statement, foundon ? for should master of science
but I will attempt to contradictthis to have their foreign poli- Why Why, example, a library
171 of "Why Not Victory," wear lemon yellow?
in part by referring to the cies dictated from Washington. If p.
positions expressed by Goldwaterin threatened a withdrawal of reveals Goldwater's lack of con- Well sir, to answer this vexing question, we must go back to
we cern with socio-economic pro- March 14, 1844. On that date the first public library in the
his book, Why Not Victory. foreign aid for non-compliance, we
blems: "It does not help any United States was established by Ulrich Sigafoos.; All of Mr.Sigafas's .
First of all, Wolfe claims thatI would be giving the oppotunistlc
to adopt the false notion that Com- ; neighbors; were of course wildly grateful; -all, thatis
contradict myself by claimingthat Russians and Chinese an excell- munism Is spawned by poverty, i except Wrex Todhunter.Mr. .

Goldwater believes that Com- ent opportunity to intervene, pos- disease, and other similar social Todhunter had hated Mr. Sigufws since 1822 when lx>th
munism can be conquered by force ing as defenders of national sov- and economic conditions. Com- men had wooed the beautiful Melanie Zitt and Melanie hud

alone, and also saying that Gold- ereignty and offering foreign aid munism is spawned by Commu- chosen Mr. Siwifoos; because she was mad for dancing; and Mr.
water advocates an economic to these U. S. rejects "with no Sigafoos; knew all the latest steps-like the Missouri Com-
alone.
squeeze to destroy Communism. strings attached." nists and Communists Samba) the Shays' Itebcllion Schottische, and the
I would classify an economic But Goldwater woulddemandmore Thus, Goldwater casts aside the James K. Polk l'olku-whilc Mr. Todhunter, alas, could not

squeeze as a policy of force. You than the U. S. dictation of belief--which I strongly accept-- dance at all, owing to a wound he had received at the Battle
that Communism is the effect of of New Orleans. lie struck fulling
( was by a ; praline.)
will note that I did not say armed the foreign policies of foreign aid
force.In recipients. Their Internal economic poor soclo economic conditions Consumed with jealousy at the success of Mr. Sigufoos'ft;
(although these are not the sole Mr. Todhunter resolved to
reference to Goldwater's policies would also be library, open a competing library.
causes, in my belief). lie treats This lie did, but he lured not one single; patron away from
position of foreign aid, I was dictated by Washington. On p. Communism as an isolated phe- Mr. Sigafoos.; "What has Mr. Higafoos; got that I have not?"
not guilty distortion 97 of "Why Not Victory, Gold-
by implyingthat
nomenon, unrooted to environmental Mr. Todhunter kept asking himself! and finally the answer
Gold ..ter has little concernfor water calls for a halt to all U. S. conditions, which canbeeliml- came to him: books.

socio-economic conditions in aid which might encourage social- nated by force alone. So Mr. Todiijnter stocked his library with lots of lovely

underdeveloped countries. At a Ism, because underdeveloped Further proof of this Is foundin )lxxk,and soon he wan doing; more business than his hated rival.
meeting of the National Associa- countries are so weak internallythat his following statement: "I But Mr. Sigafoon; struck buck. To regain: his' clientele, he began:

tion of Manufacturers (NAM), on a shift toward socialism would certainly don't think for a minute serving tea at his library every afternoon. Thereupon! Mr.
Dec. 8, 1960, Goldwater remarked inevitably lead to Communism.Thus unworthyin Todhunter not to be outdone, began serving tea with ngar.
: "I think one of the most U. S. aid must strengthen that there is anything world Thereupon Mr. Sigafoos: began; serving tea with sugar: and ,
imperative decisions that couldbe free-enterprise capitalism in recipient a goal which envisions a cream. Thereupon Air. Todhunter began; nerving tea with sugar:
and filth..
without poverty, disease
and and lemon.
made countries or else it shouldbe cream
would be for Congress to ,
But this is not the practical objective This of clinched the for Mr. Todhunter
victory
stop foreign economic aid." The withheld, given Goldwater's course,
Arizona senator's record lief that all aid which does not which we should be pur- because he had the only lemon tree in town-In fact, in the
i voting suing in the Communist war. It entire state of Maine-and since that day lemon yellow has,
since free-enterprise encour-
that time indicates that his promote Is a dream for the future of man- of course, been the color on the robes of masters of library
Position regarding foreign aid has ages socialism.
kind, a dream which can never science.
remained fairly constant.The However, many governments, if do not apply the defeated Mr. his library
mixed come to pass we (Incidentally, Sigafoos packed up
Goldwater foreign aid state- rightly or wrongly, prefer a ourselves immediately to the first and moved to California where, alas, he failed once more.

ment quoted by Wolfe further reseals system of government, Including objective---the removal of Com- There were, to be sure, plenty of lemons to serve with his tea,

the senator's position. Here, nationalization of certain Industry. munist power" (Ibid). but, alas, there was no cream because the cow was not introduced
Goldwater shifts comewhat from We cannot remake these countriesIn to California until 1937 by John Wayne.)
his 1960 statement to the NAM by our own Image. How can we Am I distorting Goldwater by
supporting loans to "friendly, be sure that what Is good for us claiming that he wants to des- O 1M4 MM BhulrnM

anti-communist nations that are Is good for them? Here again, troy communism by force alone .

willing to Join with us In the we would be strengthening the and disregards the need for socio- Today Californians, happy among their milch klne, art
struggle for freedom." In other position of the Communists by economic reforms? enjoying altered Marlboro Cigarettes In soft pack or Flip-
aid recipientsto Top Box, at are their fellow Americans In all fifty states of
words foreign
uncommitted coun- forcing our
this Marlboro Countrl1lWriter
tries which refused to support accept our economic standards. Stephen L. Rozman









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month. VA 4-3/4%. Call 6-2775. tact II. Marshall 216 Flint Hallor pus. $45 per month, Including feller presented his position duringa current vote-seeking tour

(A-108-5t-c). 219B Flavet ID. (L-109-lt-c). rent, utilities, sewing machine, quick trip here before resuming for New Hampshire's first-ln-the-
T. V. and phone. 372-0736 campaigning in the New Hampshire nation March 10 primary.

House trailer, 10 x 58,1962,nicely LOST: 1 1962 class ring with the (C-108-3t-c). primary battle. Another candidate, former
He said that Johnson handles
refurnished, bookshelves, roses, name Seminole High -- Initials: Minnesota Gov. HaroldE.Stassen
,
international "on the
3620 S. W. Archer Village, Lot MCC -- lost between Tigert Hall problems also mentioned
Baker in
ServicesCHILD a speech
I
basis
I r of the expediency of the mo-
B-15 see 7:00.A-108-4t-c). and "Gator Pond" contact MUte ment," and added: "The administration yesterday before the Nashua
Champion. FR 2-9307. (L-108- Chamber of Commerce.
does not understand that

I PersonalThe I 4t-c). CARE $8.00 week ($1.6 0 I an action in one place sets a Stassen criticized President
Johnson for not "slapping the
and has
day). Babysitting .40 hour (anytime precedent consequences
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Mr. Lassman at FR 2-2880. 0- REPAIR SHOP Appliances repaired, small anc I and President Charles de ment government by wheeling and
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1618 N. W. 1st Ave. joining Uni
copies of what has been tried and
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failed.
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toward this objective."An ."
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a
charts graphic:I program for negotiating with the
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delineation, and preparation o:r Soviets must be developed.An .
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data for Ozalld reproduction foi agreement among free world
< new clean
y political slate.
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Ij I GatorsVs.TennesseeIn '


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I Basketball Final

; By STEVE VAUGHN

The Florida Gators Tennessee's main threatis i ASSIStant Sports Editor

come to their basketballend All-SEC guard Danny i
for the 1963-64 season Schults, who sports an Antics Frowned On I

here at 8:15: p.m. with a average at 18.1 points per- 'Things Likely To Happen'i

Southeastern ConferenceSEC game. SchultzlstheSEC's "Spectator warm-up" at 'b1':i Florida Gators will put down their basketballs and go home following -
) bout against Tennessee. seventh leading
( scorer. UF basketball games has i tonight's season ending encounter with Tennessee.
brought a variety of com- The Gators, subjected to all sorts of harassment from burning
Florida, meanwhile, is plaints to administrative I hotels, crippled airplanes, and hostile opposing teams, have given
The game, originally 6-7 in the conference and officials and Campus Police what must be termed at least an Interesting account of themselves.
scheduled for Feb. 3, was can up its league recordto according to Chief I There are those who will express disappointment and scoff at the
postponed when Volunteer an even .500 mark witha Audie I. Shuler. team's performance, those who are satisfied with It, and those who
assistant coach Bill Gibbs closing victory tonight. Because of the com- could really care less about what happened on the Florida Gym floor.
was killed in the plane The Gators have come to plaints and a few minor But anyone who's ever been to a basketball game here may recognizesome
crash here on the morningof life in their last two out- injuries Shuler is requestIng of the following 'Things Likely To Happen A Florida Basketball

that date.Tennessee. ings, whipping Georgia student cooperation in Game."
w Tech and Georgia, and will stopping pre-game volley- Volleyball With Stolen Basketballs
end the year with an over- ing of basketballs by fans i
a& missed by all 13-9 ledger should they in the stands. ..There would be pre-game volleyball matches with the opposing +-
teams' basketballs and with the "orange" side of the gym competing
t four points throwing the get by Tennessee. "It was a lot of fun to ,
." SEC Into a three way finishing begin with, but now it's i against the "blue" side...a lady would get hit in the back of the
head with the ball...and some guy would always throw the ball back
tie for first place Brooks Henderson remains gotten out of hand and peo-
the Gator hurt when down on the court and be soundly booed.
last weekend in falling to scoring ple are getting
>,' would not catch the change for 50 cents the coke boy
.Somebody
league champion Kentucky, leader with a 17.5 average, students get the balls used
at could be sure that one referee would be short
threw them..you
t 42-38. A Gator win tonight good enough for tenth place for pre-game warmupsand
and the other tall..people would stand up when the band played
over the Vols would among SEC point makers. bat them around the
t: result In a four-way tie stands," said Schuler. "Dixie" ...the heroes of opposing teams would be razzed and hissed
for third place in the conference Tonight will be the last "Sometimes there are four ... a tall guy would be sitting behind you whose knees kept punchingyou

'. between Tennessee appearance in a Gator uniform or five balls going aroundat in the back.
Vanderbilt, LSU, and for center Mont High- once and people get hit ...People would round up ID's to get their friends from out of town
Georgia. ly, only senior on the team. with them." in the game free on..Brooks Henderson would be sure to fall down
:' In a collision and draw a foul shot...somebody near you would be
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LLFlorida---: -., ..- ....: ..:-.tA -- ._,. Just low enough so you couldn't make out what was being said.

Union THIS FALCON WAS Tiri I', Dick The Bruiser V s. Gorgeous Rick

.safe as were 14 othersof
Teams WinThe his teammates as the ...Somebody would throw the coke boy's money over his head on
purpose to see him chase it out on the floor..when the Gators played
Florida Union walked away freshman baseball team Miami, there would be wrestling and fisticuffs between Florida's

with one first and two second place fumbled away the game. Dick the Bruiser Tomlinson and the Hurricanes' Georgeous Rick
finishes in the recent Associationof Barry.. people would yell for the opposing teams' coach to sit down
College Union Region IV Games when he got up to argue with the officials.
Tournament. ...All seats for the Kentucky game would be gone by 7 p.m., exceptfor
Brian Whipp won first place in the reserved side..you could get Into a traffic jam after the game
the singles division,of men's table if you had a car..somebody would get the boy to throw them an ice
tennis. cream from down on the floor and then hide in the crowd without paying

Florida Union's chess team fin- a ...Tom Baxley would miss three straight field goal attempts and then
G swish the next three
ished second to Duke. One point straight
separated the two teams. ..The Miami team would be sure to be obnoxious about the location

Herman Robles finished secondin of their pre-game warmup..You could watch Coach Norman Sloan, ,
three-cuslon billiards. Pjr star of radio, TV, and the bench...Mrs.Sloan would offer her rendition
of the national anthem..somebody would be sure to suggest that

.. Norman should do the singing and Mrs. Sloan the coaching..peoplewould
JI ':
STUDY IN wonder what Dick Peek was going to do with the ball after he
caught a pass...you could pay 25 cents for a coke on the black market...
SOUTHERNFRANCE people would wonder why the Gators could look so good on some

Dade Goes WildFrosh occasions then so bad on others.Walking .

On The Floor

Lose 152"You

An ,undergraduate! ...Somebody would go down and tell the official that Cotton Nash
eral I Aix- was standing In the wrong spot In the lineup for a foul shot..youcould
arts
in ,,
year
here
Junior College yesterday
win some, you lose some, sit near a cool looking girl you never saw before..people would
en-Provence and some are rained out. This The defeat evened the Gator!: walk across the gym floor after the game was over..your date would
record at 1-1 and earned
should have been rained out," season ask you what the numbers on the Scoreboard meant.
FRENCH LANGUAGE one ,
the Falcons a split in their two-
summed up Freshman Baseball series here. ...Somebody would walk in front of you in the aisle when somethingbig
& LITERATURE game
Coach P. A. Lee after the Baby Florida was happening on the floor..people would cheer whomever Sloan
Bob Adams started for
-
EUROPEAN STUDIES I Gators absorbed a 15-2 shellacking but was driven from the mound I took out of the game..you could watch Kentucky come running on the

ART & ART HISTORYMEDITERRANEAN at the hands of Miami-Dade as the visitors scored seven time:!I floor and get the same feeling you do when you see the New York Yankees
in the first three innings. take the field on TV...you could "wait 'till next year."

Want/ to Steve Polisar and Dave McCam-
STUDIES mon both struck home runs for thE* And Freshmen
; Varsity
-, winners. Mike Berry also chipped
Classes in English and in three hits to help the cause,,
''
French satisfying Am- Florida's Mike Shir ah presented

erican curriculum re- TRaw the only bright spot of the da]: Neffers Down RollinsThe
for Florida as he pounded ou
quirements. two of the Gators' five hits
In doubles play, Tym and Bon
and freshman
UF varsity
.
Institute students
enrolled II
and Ron Rebhuhn,
Pfeiffer
MURAL RESULTS tennis teams defeated Rollins' ner,
at the Universityof to see places, things, varsity and junior varsity for the and Steve Gardner and Losman

Aix Marseille, and people? To shop? ORANGE LEAGUE SOFTBALLPKT second time this season, 8-1 and teamed up for victories.The .

founded i in 1409 Where? When? How? 7-1 respectively, here yesterday.For one of Gator their freshman seven matches.won all Sin-but

We can arrange everything for 13 PKA 2 Mark Graham
you, make reservations; for ships TEP 4 STP 3 the varsity,singles matches gles winners were
Students live in French or planes, hotels, and all details.Independent with 6-2 and 6-1 scores, Rick
SX 5 DTD 3 were won by defending i South-
homes. travel if you with, Chase 6-0 and 6-1, Bill Perrin
or Brownell escorted tours. PDT 12 KA 2 eastern Conference (SEC) cham- Simon 6-1 and
6-1 and 6-0, Joe ,
Tuition,transAtlanticfares Europe South America SN 3 KS 1 pion Bill Tym, by 6-1 and 6-3 6-1, Ronnie Fick 6-2 and 6-3, and
and 6-1
scores, Dave Bonner 8-2 ,
Hawaii Alaska
Bob Cohen 9-7 and 6-4.
room and board, SORORITY BOWLING Jerry Pfeiffer 6-3 and 6-3, Don
Africa Round the World Doubles teams of Perrin and
6-8 6-4 and 6-4, and
about Losman ,
$1,850. and Martin and Miller
KAT 737 DDD 570 Vic Stone 5-7, 6-1, and (-1.. Simmons matches
doubles
won both frosh
Institute For played. A scheduled third was

and GRADUATE MEN StudentsWHO called because of darkness.The .
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8 The Florida Alligator Wednes ay, arch 4,1964
_. ._ __ u Housing Finds HomeIn



: :: Broward BasementWhere



oh where can the housing department be?
.y The housing department formerly located in Tigert Hall now finds
its place of residence In the back part of Broward Hall facing the tennis
courts.
Thomas G. Carpenter, assistant director of housing, said Thursday

since housing moved the traffic
Costs has slowed down.
Living Up
He said the department very
happy with the quarters, but not
WASHINGTON (UPI) The cost too pleased with the location.
of living edged up once again in Carpenter said it was hard to
January to a record-high, the get to the back of Broward Hall
government' reported today In a and that it was hard tor most peopleto
streamlined version of the Labor find.
qi Department's consumer price
sklM 'y Index. He said the department plannedto

The department said costs of put up signs indicating where

IIL 9V > food pushed up the new index to the housing department was now,
( 107.7 per cent of average 1957-59 but that this was not yet com-
... 1 prices. This was a rise of one- pleted.
tenth of 1 per cent over the old Carpenter said it was
Index for December. particularly difficult for the peoplein
The new index, reflecting price the housing department to deal
71dg changes for more than 400 goods with the offices In Tigert, becauseof
and services purchased by the the remoteness of the location.
) family of the average city worker Carpenter said the department
was published for the first time moved because It rano -ol room
today. In Tigert. With the University
Fuel prices and gasoline also expanding most of the departmentshad
were up in January but seasonal grown and many of the people
I I Is'Coedl I "white sales" reduced prices for found themselves in the halls,using
For Men Only. --But Air Force clothing and house furnishings. them for offices.
: -- -
Y
"Oh Where Have All The Young Girls could not get into the Air Force now.
Gone?" "The Air Force wants women grads,"
This is the song sung every day at the he said. "Infact,It is wide open for women."
campus ROTC building, because no women-- He said that women made good administration -
_. _. .
students, that Is--have graced its stark interior officers.f. .m -
YY'
k since 1958. "We use those trained in business for
From 1956 to 1958, a program for women this," he said. "Those who get degreesIn
.;:;' Air Force cadets was tried on a limited history, geography, and political scienceare
1J.
basis. considered for intelligence work."
"It fell through' said Capt. Paul R. He said all a woman had to do to get a i
Hebert, the Angel Flight tactical officer, commission was to register for Officer
because of lack of response. The girls Training School (OTS) and meet minimum
didn't show enough interest In the pro- physical requirements.He .
gram." intimated that a women's ROTC pro- (-
He explained that did not mean that women gram was not indicated for the future.

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Money Isn't Only Reward r rk:'5


Working your way through col- "Each person is selected on his Anchors, who is a second year
lege has taken a twist from the individual merits. No particularareas law student, believes the biggest
time-honored tradition of waiting of study or extracurricular single advantage to him is that it
I on tables. activities are required for the Keeps him from getting a one-
Now ambitious young men at the Job," King said. sided view of University life. He
UF can work in their residence "The resident assistant Is Is constantly exposed to different first out
halls as section advisors or resi- selected personal interview witha facets of life.
dent assistants with rewards much close look at his academic record This exposure gives me many
more far-reaching than financialaid. because the Job does put a strainon different viewpoints and a per-
studies," he said. spective on issues that I can't get
One resident assistant In a large In the classroom. This will help This is our in-one-door-ond-ouMhe-other-door
"This Is the source of a University housing area, Don An- me when I complete my studies VolKswagen. We sell it to people who wont to cut
valuable experience In human rela- chors, said, "The initial reason to understand how people think and delivery time.It .
tions," said Fred King, assistant for taking the Job was for financial, better enable me to evaluate has double loading doors almost four feet wide and
director of housing. but the reason for keeping it Is them," Anchors added. four feet high on each side. Plus a door in back. The
These men are considered different." "Other Jobs on campus are load is practically! surrounded by doorways.So .
direct links between the Dean of "This Job makes me feel morea limited in their contact with people there's no place for a package to hide. Even
Men and the Director of Housing," the though there 170 cubic feet of load inside.
part of University. The more either by number or by being Justa are space
King said. identification I feel, the more con- speaking acquaintance," he said. You can reach almost everything without setting footin
"The section advisor handles per- tribution I will make," he said. "This living situation gives mea the truck yourself.
sonal adjustment problems on a "I really feel like I am doing chance to help people learn how When you're parked on the left side of a one.woy
close, Individual basis with the something for the University to to get along with other people by street, you still unload onto the sidewalk. Through the
men under his supervision In their make It the best possible living maximizing the positive situationsand doorway on the driver's side.
assigned living area. He also situation for campus residents," minimizing the negative aspects This left-side door is extra at $38.00It's
handles certain administrative Anchors added. ," Anchors said. just c: out the only thing on a VW that doesn't
ties required to maintain come with the truck.
coordination In campus living," The heater's standard equipment.So's .
,. King pointed out. FAMILY RECREATION CENTER the loading light.
And the rear windows.
"The resident assistant is For Lease to qualified man with experi The Inside rear view mirror.
usually a graduate student or a
dealing with public. 4-speed transmission.The .
law student who Is available. to ence
two-passenger front seot.You'd .
handle personal counseling,
rule Infractions and emergenciesthat $1,000 RETURNABLE DEPOSITLow pay extra for these things on some trucks. Not

occur day or night," King said. lease rates. Commission en sale of billiard tables on a Volkswagen Truck.
85 You get all these extras and the truck for $2197.00*
The undergraduate section and supplies
advisors work In a singular capa- Extraordinary.
city with some 40 men In a living INCOME POSSIBILITIES $15,000$25,000Per
area as the "grass roots" liaison
between the administration and year, based on other cities this site. Will probablybe MILLER-BROWN MOTORSINC.
the students, he said. operated on Membership tosis to exclude unde- @
Applications are accepted and sirables.
"" interviews begin for these posi- 1030 East University Avenge AUTHOIllIIODrAUit
Replies will be held confidential. Call or write -
tions early this month,King added. BILL BAILEY
The Interview Is a major determining -
,l factor In the final selection BAILEY BILLIARD CO. *suggested retail price east coast p.o.e. local taxes

t i of section advisors and resident 3860 S.W. ARCHER ROAD FR 2-1016 and other delivery charges, if any, additional.rage .
assistants, King said.


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Florida & tO I 6, ~JO hKY Alligator 7 HOURS COMPREHENSIVE New For Test opks Seven liouii .f Ii it-I LI '&ITiitiOII. will he alittitiilttIe tO ill LI %Ophlottrs MNii tV intd 1 i mqtlremuent of e'terhig dppei dn;istuhn BEAUTY APLENTY .is seen in the above group of contestants for this year's Militar Boll Queen Pictured above are: Mary Kay Hamm, Lyneil Glass, Jana McCard, Lynn Mauldin, Anne Beaul, Betty Wendt, Pat Goodman, Sally Stidham, Sandra Madorsky, Evelyn Shifflett, Frances Sokol, Reggie Stork, Pamela Ohman, Lauranne Wells, Suzanne Hilliker, Marsha Costa, Karen Roberts, Diane Denning, Barbara Lothonm, Paula Hicks, Anita Kirkpatrick, Julie Parker, and Ginger Kennord. Fro lcs Ducats Going Spring Frolics tickets will be on sale the remainder of this week and at the door Friday night, ac cording to John Wolf, Vice PresiUnder 21? By BECKY QUINN Staff Writer UF students who want to buy liquor may have to submit to "nnigging"' by local liquor dealers before they get what they're after. Plans to prevent minors from buying alcoholic beverages are already being made by seven Gainesville merchants who have applied for liquor licenses. The Seven merchants are forming a retail liquor dealers assoelation in advance of the State Beverage Department's decision on just which of 120 applicants will be awarded the 30 lIcenses alloted to Alachua County.e NegoAi .f' n Avm dent of the interfraternity Council (IFC). They are $2.50 per couple. Frolics begin at 8:30 p.m. in Florida Gymnasium. will provide the entertainment. Ian and Sylvia are Canadian folksingers whose repertoire inchides English and Americanclassic ballads, mountain music, Negro blues, and French Canadian material. The Journeymen are composed of John Phillips, Dick Weissman, and Scott McKenzie. Phillips is the arranger for the group and is considered by many to be the finest guitar player In American folk music. Weissman does much of the writing for the group and plays the banjo,. Scott McKenzie is considered one of the finest tenors performing today. Ian and Sylvia performed separately for a number of years before combining their talerts into one oain adas most popular entertainme gru ..-0. Ron LaFace, ILW, president of Florida Monday night. was elected Blue Key The b~ttttiy v f impi ehiiihI three-.in~d-onr-hil test iig pt31oi pa, ed by the FEduc it tonal Testin i of the 'Iljettise 1.iety, sImtilai The battery mm oists of a short the art as of [. rg Ilih (cmpoxs it mn, StdUents SayNo By CYNTHIA TUNSTALL Feature Editor Reaction among students to the new requirements for upper division which require university college students to take seven hours worth of examinations was overwhelmingly negative. Students objected because the test was being given to University sophomores who havealmost conmpleted the previous requirements for entrance Into upper division. "We shouldn't have to take it.' said Margaret Ruth Kelly, 2UC. 'The administration should have told the entering freshman that they would have to take an (See 'UPSE T', page 2) Chosen LaFace has been president of his Phi Kaopa Tau social frater.nity, and is a nmember of Phi Delta Phi Legal fraternity. of the campus Democrats for nedy. John DeVault, 4J president of Delta TI elected secretary. also been active in bating society. RON LAFACE F0a DALLAS (UP!) -Two 58-yearold women were sworn in yesterday by a "tough" Judge sustltuting for ailing Judge JO. B,. M, and at Delta DeVauit the Ut Kenpast IWt% thas deTreasurer is Mike Colodny, 4AS, twice president of P1 Lambda Phi social fraternity. Last year he was assi sta nt director of orientation. Florida Blue Key is the men's leadership fraternity andaponsors such activities as homecoming, the international host program, and the Florida Blue Key speaker's bureau. Jurist overruled him and took tIe bench. It was in his own courtroom. H. loaned the room to Brown for the trial since it is larger. tlits rtipi e ittei,Igic t, itw Sei 'it' .it PtIrireton, N.J. and ire iii ontilit to Ihe C -corse tists. Si.'ji,,s nmit Social 8.itence-. ltet.ust' the ttsts in not pirilitI ii~.to-ei f --y pt' 0.i evsvy student Is .xpmted ti, find NOmeht nmfanilliar materialbhut while the bt'st effort or cacti student Is desired, ,n, special pi epai nation is Iorn rmmended. 'It is an experinmental program which is designed to see how ef(ettive we are In material we present to the stwdenls the first two years," vice-president N.M. Philpot said yesterday. "The tests will give us an opportunity to evaluate the effectiveness of the university roilegeprogram, he added, 'ant auch a device will serve as, a valid prediction for the continuation of sixdents in uppe r division, particularly borderline cases.' Dr. Philpott pointed out that the testing program has been under discussion for two or three years at hF as well as at various.junior colleges In the state. 'High school senior tests have betn helpful in predicting future tests and the student's (Ontititation ini upper division, there will be a correlation between academic achievement and the results of the tests," Philpott said. 'The spring, Florida State Univ e s t n h e U i v e r s i t o f s o u t h their sophomores who WIlL be entering the tipper division, according to President J1. Wayne Reltz's recent letter to all ZUC "If the tests do become a requirement for upper division, we hope t0 compare the effectiveness of the program with other institutions as the tests devIop," Philpott said. Phiipott idded that the schedulig of the tests was decided upon for March 27 and 19 because progress tests would be over at this time. The results of the test will be mailed to students in April. Although it will be ascotsary for students to take th, tests to regIster in 14pte division, no official record will be kept. Chosen ferns counsel Melvin B.111's oratory and droy, to completion of the jury. The -7 Set LaFace Ruby

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Campus AZ InItiates 26 tborn, Richard Quails, Salv*d.or Quiros, Clarence Peed, ~SBilly Hay Cannon, James Bu4lie Gomnhllion, Bob McKain, >John P1at1, Waylie Jordan, leuan Evans, Tom lranan,Jdoe Jawad, B111 Foster, Paul WilliasB ob B y rnes5, Bob ~'Bailey, and Arthur Tomierlin. SDS InitIates 7 IDelta Sigma Pt formally initiated seven pledges this week. They a re: D ave Berrier, Chet Cornwall, Robert Ellis, Ron Mayhue, Kent Sperring, Allen Kennel and Hick Southerland-. The "New Brother's Banquet" and the "Rose of Delta SIg" dance will be heldSaturday night. Liquor F (Continued from page 1) The group is being led by Nathan Pozin, operator of the USversity Inn and president of the GaInesville motel owners group which led the campaign to get Alachun's 'wet-dry" vote passed last Fall. R ep r es en t ing the would-be liquor dealers Monday night, Poziri asked the Gainesville City Commission to pass an ordinanceprohibiting home delivery of liquor orders to prevent liquor sales to iInor s. "'The driver of a liquor delivery truck would have difficulty verifying the age of those who order liquor." he told the commission. Pozin also outlined a plan by which association members propose to require young-locking customers to present Identification stating their age and to sign an affidavit testifying that the identi fication belongs to them and states their correct age. The dealers would then photograph the customer along with his identification, using a checkcashing device, he explained. Pozin said that a city ordinance prohibiting home delivery and the pIcture-plan to ascertain the age of customers would be measures Briefs Group Ta Study CAl jernenisirul'' a, orgaiied list Jweekenk 4t the PresIe 'ian Stolreit ( ethui' I stmng a muherliil, of oi'e a week meetings the gi oup will be concerned with medieval art and are 'tecture. Informal discussions will be held with coffee and donuts be ing offered. IDiscusslons will be led by professor Manuel GitlInoI the ilumanlties Department. R.N. To Speak Mrs. Nancy Tally, R.N. and Public Health Nurse of Alachua County Health Department, will he guest speaker for U.F. Food Service's Sunt tatlon and Safety Training Program on Wednesday, Mar. 4 la the Athletic Dining Room of the Main Cafeteria Building. Mrs. Tally plans to cover the topics of personal cleanliness, responsibilities of food handlers, avoidance of (ross -contamination, and injection through lack of personal hygiene. All area and local food service employees are invited to attend the meet'ig. Wles designed to protect both the merchants involved and those minors who would purchase liquor. Pozin would not name the merchajits involved in forming the liquor dealers association, except to say that the groupincluded''the only two applicants in the entire town who are sure of getting their licenses.'' He said that under state statute, hotels and motels with 100 or more guest rooms were automatically entitled to receive a licence If they applied for one. Pozin said that his motel, the University Inn, Was one of the two establishments that came under this provision. He refused to identify the sec-' ond. District Supervisor Tomi Deanof the State Beverage Department told the Alligator that he was not aware of the formation of a retail association in Gainesville. He said that he had not spoken to anyone regarding the picture taking plan. Dean said that the University Inn and the Thomas Hotel were the only two Gainesville applicants for the special hotel-motel licences a sal la bl e to establishments with 100 or more guest rooms. GASOLINE DISCOUNT 3 C A WHY PAY MORE a a asmaure I GALLON \golilicis Und theuns iI t lilmtte wP t II (Continued from page 1 At Bamn's suggestion the (OUticii voted to strike the names from the lIst of appointees presented for approval on the grounds that the appointment of Viickle and Shelly E'Inm.n, Chief Justice of the Tna.tic Court ''stand as presented." ''Steve has exhibited a strong interest in SG this year, and I certainly think he will make amost worth-while contribution to this administration,' Kennedy said. Mickle previously attended Bethune-Cookman College before entering the UF last year. He is a 1961 graduate of Lincoln High School in GainesvilleWhile at Betbune-Cookmnan, Mickle served as Assistant Managing editor of Bethunian, the student newspaper there. He is a member of the Student Group for Equal Rights at the UF. Legislative Council gave approval to the appointment of David Creech as a replacement for Drew Haslett, council representative SGE R The Student Group For Equal Rights (SGE H ) last night reaffirmed its previous decision to withdraw picket lines in front of the Florida Theatre until after city elections on Mar. 17. Faculty advisor David Sheehan said the student vote was 'overwhelmingly in favor of endorsing the decision made on Feb. 21.'' The meeting was a closed door session, resulting from a petition by SGER members who wanted to resume picketing Immediately. Sheehan said the majority faction felt the combination of picketing and the group's current efforts to encourage a large Negro voter turnout In the coming election were ''incompatible.'' Sheehan did say that he believed the group wo ul d probably resume picketing after the elections. Sheehan said he did not know exfrom Ci aball Aiea. A special request from Women Students As soci at i OI (\YSA}C! $142.74 was approved by the coun-c'il. The requested funds will cover expenditure' to send a delegate to the Intercolliglate Assoc,ation o, Women Students in Lenington, Ky,, March 15i-18. Last night 's meeting was Attended by 45 of the 70 council members. The poor attendance resulted from some members of the councii not receiving notices of the session in the nmaIl. Blain said, "I am disturbed at this lack of notifIcation. I don't know the reason. I was told the council members living on campus received their notices, but none have been received by persons not on the campus mail route.,,' SG Vice-president Dick Gober said he thought the 'mix-up" was in th mall. "The notices to all Legislative Council members were malledlast Friday at noon," said Gober. 0 y t Joti tileR&' 'ittttiiit the \lai idllit EBuiliiige dis, "I I'!on't think it Jul1g plogs.' Marianne thought IL the>'" a very good idea becawe '\ really don't know what jp4' ,, learning unless you gi tK'ni standardized test.'' As an afterthought, 'h4 [Iigh 'but I do think the JUmI; 'lme kids should have to t ies anyway, bec ause the kids hit'rpknw' the type of material Iietded to ge into upper division hut it> it known what ]UnlioI collit kiW u learning.'' Josephine (Docie) ML iks i',* from Anna Mar Ia Via., thnu& tests should be given onih: ''If it would help tiimii .1 any good or serve aIlm 'There's only limItedf ~ni' Lm upper division indl those sp ii should go to kids who rieseni she continued. Edmund Olson, U -'cptomur4 from St.* Pete, ma31nt ained l the tests 'shouldn't be given to UF students because if they e make grades they should be admitted to upper division. Junior college students should be given the test to find out if they ''Im not very happy about th time the test are schedul'l, he added. we re run ning a special on our $14 mohair sweaters for $9 .99.i t's a great buy 'f you need one. Pat aetly how the immediate resumption of picketing would effect the elections or how it would help or hinder the liberal candidates. "SGER h as doneatremendous lob in registering Negro voters for the election,' S hee han said, ''and now it is in the process of insuring a good turnout atthe election with an intensified 'get out the vote' movement." He said approximately 800 Negro voters were registered in the last month by the SGE R. "For the next two weeks, SUER wants to insure a good Negroturnout after a highly successful registration drive. Earlier in the week, UFP offidis clamped down ble SGER picketing Theatre Building in On any possiat the Florida Jacksonville. Applications are now being accepted for the fc as indicated: EDITOR and MANAGING EDITOR, ALLIGA 3rd Trimester, 1964 EDITOR and MANAGING EDITOR, ALLIGA Ist and 2nd Trimester, 1964-65 /EDITOR, MANAGING EDITOR oni two EDI SEMINOLE, 1964-65 School Year .PUBLICATIONS BUSINESS MANAGER, 3rd lowing publications positions TOR TOR TORIAL ASSISTANTS, Trimester, 1964 Sophs Upset' Appoied Stands :. y ..

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Jail Term IPl(k(I"'VI \eiws for Suulu iis (b. The it mot s su is k i$00 0 srtez St t r surer anwl Fire Marshal I. Edwin I arson warned yes-terlay-. Larson s aid invest,gators from his office were working closely with fed,eral agents in attempting to track down those guilty of bombing FEC factllties. touring the past sever-. al days I have watched with growing concern as a rash of dynamitings have spread tBea uties' A beauty and the Beast contest will be held March 15-21 to raise funds for World Unoiversity Service (WUSh) project. STUDENTS 00 8 BUDGE NEED THE NATIONA L Clothing Store 208 W. Univ. Ave. NOTE: SPECIAL SERVICE FOR U.F. STUDE NTS!1 Special Waist of Pants Mode Smaller or -a Larger. 5o0 LENGTHEN or shorten Pcfnts. 5O~ Shorten Sleeves of Coot 75 (Overcoat $1.001 Sides of Coot. si o6' Taper Inside of Pants. of Leg 75 Ills II. Morals Hit M(&S OW PH --The Soviet Union said yesterday the recent U. .tour by the British upop" entertanerc.The Beatles and the discovery of a part.time prostitution ring in New York were proof of A merica's '"dollar' morals. The government newspaper I zves ti a saidthe Nassau County housewives Wheat Sales 0 o i t 1 iion wm''ed tAs pre v t'l Us risti irtcnison the size of grain-cart ving ships and agreed yesterday to allow giant I1. S. freighters to bring Amen wheat to ports on the Black Sea. U. S. authorities hadfelt the old Soviet rule could frustrate administration attempts to Implement a pledge by President John M anhbttan, Llraw[Ing 50 feit of water to exprdit e ti Iive r i s. Freedom Riders TAI I AHASSE E (11p) -White and Negroclergymen from four Northern states asked the Florida Supreme Court Tuesday to advise the II. S. Supreme Court their '-freedom Merc y Killing fiscal yesterday .aid it was necessary to kill the mentally and physically handirapped in"Germany during World War lIIto make room for wounded victims of Al-lied air bombings. Hefelmann was testitying at his trial on charges Involving 73,OOC 'mercy killings' during the Hitler regime. N %4>A4t*$k~flk4~ A4~& KY To Team contestants JacqieS. May* nard, Kappa Delta sorority and Joseph C. teBas, Sigma (hi fraternity Challenge any other team contestants to better them in the contest. The beauty and beast tear, that compiles the greatest number of votes and points will bethe winner. Each team wi11 raise money which willcount-asvotes for them. Every penny collected will count as 0ne vote. Circle K, a campus service organization, is sponsoring the contest. Circle K will award points to each team everyday during the Contest as they check inthecontest booth In the Plaza of the Americas. The points wlllbeawardedfdrproper identification. Such as a banner telling who the contestant Is and who sponsors them. Contest Is Near th booth wi be a wishing well where each team will spend an hour everyday. The money collected while they are their goes as votes for them. Trophies will be awarded to The winning beauty and beast at a presentation planned for 4:30 to 5:30 plm. Friday March 20. NEW LOCATION OFFICE EQUIPMENT 604 N. Main Street Month-of-March FI LE CABI NE T SA LE 4-dr'w 4 drw legal size-69.50 3'x6' Work Tables,' Desks -wood & metal Chairs -all types Typewriters & adding machines A LL O N S A LE F R 2-9607 First 12 customers buying a typewriter March 2 at 8: 30. We hove 12 going for 19.50 EACH BE AUTY A ND TH E BEAS T .are shown discussing plans for the forthcoming Beauty and Beast contest sponsored by Circle K. Left to right are Jackie Maynard, JUC Beauty, two of her Kappa Delta sorority sisters, Suzanne Robinson, 3ED, and Sharon Bleckley, 4AS, and Beast, Joe Le Sos, 2UC SigmaChi. Jax Negro JACKSONVILLE (UP!) -Seven Negro sit-tn demonstrators were fined in city court yesterday tor trespassing, while charges against foor others were dismissed. Four of the demonstrators arrested Feb. 14 at a cafeteria reNA ACP Aims JACKSONVILLE (UP!) -A clvii rights march sponsored by the NAACP will be made on Talla~hassee March 27, state NAACP President Rutledge H. Pearson said today. Leaders said they hoped 5,000 persons would take part. Pearson said A. Philip Randolph, vice-president of the AFL -CIO, es Fined Foi ceived suspended $25 fin., but Judge Johnsantora, whohadpromised to Increase the penalty If the offenses continued, fined three men arrested Monday night at a restaurant $40 each. Charges against four men a:At Tallahassee has been asked to speak it the rally in Tallahassee. 'Te march is to show swppOrt for the passag. of clvii rights legislation .w before Congress. 'We hope to impress 14pon the minds of our elected officials that the Negro in FloEIdaisdtermuined that all vestiges of racial discrimination shall be ended, ~' Pfarson said. 4 -,, rTrespass rested while trying to register at a hotel were dismissed because no one from the hotel was present in court. In both the rfltaur ant aid cafeteria cane the men were arrested alter the manager read to them from the Florida trespassiz4 statute in the presence of Negro policemen and they refused to leave. RepresentatIves of the cafeteria and restaurant said that race was sot the basis of their exclusion of the Negroes. L awr e nc Ilney, assistant manager of the cafeteria, said the Negro. pulhed their way into the establishment and he was afraid there would be a disturbance. ,Do your loun while you shop A (A;' Vie CHECK ON OTHER ALTERATION PRICES

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editorials (arnpus (np~Whurt Arc \our IAcartN: 'lx Th Jr Fruits III ,~ i Ii mJh~ri t~T I~~t' Lii'' I *' I Ii K411J ~-'t thai It is, And harnesses its ernerois to prowiie t mTIAui Sihil F en Lxwei for the system. We rily o r sna} hutiesty, 'unflIr ting iteresrs ari myriad of laws to k.'ep it within th'e lisi of JLII ,,selujlnpss. The socialists, however, reg api profitt ,eekin1W" 1r1(1 personal gain as something akin to sacrilege --and except for i tairi exceptions made in the interest of expediency, crush it with a ruthlessne,,s brn of ideological fervor, wherever it Is discovered. In both systems--behind socialistic dam,, and in the capitalistic dynamo--there are bound to be leakages where selfishness sriils over barriers Into the field of the public interest. And when this happens, the reactions of the systems to the breach is characteristic of their ideologies. Currently in the news are accounts of trials in both countries concerning Bobby Baker and several of his Russian counterparts--Baker for allegedly peddling influence, and the Russianworkersfor siphoning output from government factories for personal gain. From the American press we read voulumes of testimony on the Baker case, and notice that witnesses have invoked the fifth ammendment hundreds of times, and the most severe penalty Baker will havc to face is economic ruin and possibly several years in jail. From Russia comes only the terse announcement that several persons have received the death sentence because of "economic' crimes. And we are reminded of two verses of a Tennyson poem--it might be appropriate to print the first in English and the last in Russian. "Oh yet we trust that somehow good Will be the final goal of ill, To pangs of nature, sins of will, Defects of doubt, and taints of blood; So runs miy dream: but what am I? An infant crying in the night: An infant crying for the light: And with no iar.;;dqe but a cry." From: Oh Yet We Trust. W. C. N. Pul1 the Ii I' "''pets ufuirimd ietIi'n* 01111 Ir(oPe~Is tnil rcnaj ',t e li m4p*r-, t(II ,p0I'iZ, I lIi i'l Ii. 11, fOr pAsIng i &iIIn.ISn ahI,11h Sfor 'rinmg aI L*I light. Ithearli of th.' officer wis very understanding and wiIliio p [Hnt 2' -P a las ~Iiok o meiith vaIswt, (1st111, r ase~ti ot e ickeI to tanI> d uiql ,~,methinig else to the effect th~it Ii 1 hours a warrant for my arrest :LIK; .0 U* ---I IF TH EY ONLY HAD A HEART. sent Out. I then proceeded to go f ticket paying office bec *utr i n quarter till four anid I tihouik h closed at four. I handed T i girl my ticket and filled (Muti card only to discover that I a been pulled for speeding but i driving the wrong way on m way street. if he had just asked me why uml been a little more informitx I would have considered It rm, but I just got the idea from seeu' this zombie In action that thne coeds can save their teai s, thw football players their muscles everyone else their sob stoles because the campus cop is like the tin man in THE WIZARD (1 02 he has a thumping glzuard mt place of a heart. Hugh Harling, Fr. Writer Debates Federman EDITOR: As a reader of your paper, I cast my vote for Federman, and against your new policy of shorter reviews from more theaters. It seems a bit odd that this sudden editorial policy shift should come with the letter from the manager of the Gainesville DriveIn. I hope that the advertising Mr. Hay buys in this paper was not a factor for deciding to give in to his demand for even more publicity, via reviews. As parties seeminglyconcerned with whet the ptlic is entitled to, both you and Ray should remember that The Alligator public is a limited one as it concerns movie theaters. Not all Floridastudents have cars or access to them. Alas, many of us go to the movies via foot, and the simple fact is that the State offers the best and clo'seat entertainment. Also rememher that the audiencethe UF ofers is Inherently of a higher intell*ctual level than a normal public, and it is only natural that films such as Tom Jones" end 'The Trial" would have greater appeal to the mass UF audience then "Move Over DarlIng" or "Kings of the Sun,"' Furthermore, there is the simple fact that as a reviewer, Federman Is due the right to review the films of his own choice. To review all films available for reviewing would take *t least five nights a week. And since no one has seemed to beat down your peclally when he usually says something interesting. I don't usually agree with his interpretation, and analysis, but have also not felt he has usually used too much space. Space In Federman's hands is certainly more InterestIng than a picture of ''Fiji'' statue, or a girl covered with mud. The attitude you have taken or this issue is typical of the holierthan-thou attitude this paper has manifested for the past few years, The Addis letter validly points this out, and your reply to it certainly didn't make you look any better. Sometimes, Ithink the only reason you ever allow controversy printed about your editorial policies is that you have the ultimate rationale of complaining 'If you EDITOR: Becaus, people irritated by the activities of SGER feet that its members represent the Ursounds like a dandy reason for revoking its charter. Perhaps it should be a standing rule than any organization chartered by the University and which In the course of pursuing its cause arouses criticism will automatically have its charter cancelled. it is obvious that in this way we could have everyone love us. For example, we should forbid the biology department teaching evolution to assuage religious fundamentalists, We should strike out references to fluorine In, the water treatment courses for the sake ofthe Anti-Fluoridation 's Position don't like it, ...'" Nice of you to say you'll let the students decdde. Well, maybe it is the low intellectual level you the editors may function on, or the fear of the loss of advertising, or a sudden "feeling" you had been doing the other Gainesville theatres wrong, but as a student I urge you to leave one of the better items In your paper intact--the movie reviews. You've handled the situation quits poorly. In regard to this issue, I do feel I could do a better job then you are now doing. I hope no prevailing student view is negated by you, justified by "editorial good taste.'" Richard Schuster or 'The NationalGuardian."Birth control must be neither taught nor practiced. We will leave Tigert Hall and The Alligator. They are not going to offend anyone. Thomas W. Sharpless U lAS EDITOR.: I would very much appreciate it if the Alligator would print reviews of all the movies that are showing in this area, even if the reviews must be short. I very seldom go to a movie if Don Federman likes it and always enjoy the movies that the doesn't like. 'Te Florida Theatre and the local drive-Ins aln deserve movie Infirmary Do Emergencies ~ EDITOR: Recently, a close friend of mine noticed an inflammation in one of his eyes, and rushed to our campus infirmary, in hopes of seeing a doctor immediately. I emphasize the word IMMEDIA TELY, because anyone in his position could experience nothing but fear and anxiety. His thoughs dwelled on the fact that he may have been losing his one and only good eye, resulting in total blindness. Despite the patient's desperate pleas and attempts at making the importance of an emergency known, the attending nurse insisted he return in the morning to see a doctor. Thi1s soOcalled nurse" asked the patient if the inflammned eye was real, and after a few moments, realized that a false eye couldn't have been red and inflamed, and even admitted this, I am told. The Florida esn't Receive iays I belle conclude, thing as a infirmary arid many Writer ye it is quite safe to that there is no such EMERGENCY at our" as evidenced by this other experiences inth infirmary's history. In the four years I have attended this university, I have read flume! ous complaints concerning tht, infirmary policy and have yet to see one advancement toward Improvement. Is an improvement possible? If so, who canl we sCe about some action? CGlIb N. Guerriefe 4dAS (EDITOR'S NOTE: After check with the infirmary, the Alligator learned it was after midnight when your friend reportedthere adthy accept only emergencies after midnight. The infirmary sand that your friend's eye has been inflammed for three days and the official did not feel It was an emergency.) Alligator Served by United Press international Editor.Walker Lundy Managing Editor ._.Bill Fuller Assistant Managing Editor .*.John Askins Editorial Ec'tor .*.Wayne Nortleet Sports Editor ...,.Glenn Lariey Wire Editor .,**.Bob Thma Feature E ditor.Cynthit Tunstall Campus Living E ditor .,.Judy Lynn Prince Editorial Assistants .Ernie Litz, Gail Sobering, Nancy Zimmiet, Betty Wendt, Betsy Garrison, Steve Vaughn, Sue Dobbie, Charner Powell and Rual Chandler. Reporters .Jtm~ Castello, Phil Hevener, Joel Gaston, Douglas Molitor, Donita Mathison, Sally Stock, Carol Nobis, Ann Carter, Joe Kollin, Pam Pulley, Agnes Fowles, Bob De Loach, Franl Snider, Judy Teich, Evan Engle, George Mians, Phil Geyer, Don Federman, Becky Quinn, Larry Zimmerman, Jackie CorneliuS, Patti Pitz, Gary Williams, Don Davis, Terry Rogers, Sue FlaUgsted, Joyce I' Buris Food Sevie Also o ., .3 e al i .--_ --.' =.

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\Vrtcr Suggcst By methods" he > m i to picketing. Now picket 'a~ s Smeans (ipen to anybody ni y group who wishes to make oral protest. It Is a demo tic procedure and an express.oof free speech which Is con-sit utiotially guaranteed. It is II,urlal for a person to say that li it for equal rights and, at the imi time, giVen present conldiunto say he is against picketNxt, attitude. Mr. Iundy be.Ii,'es the SGER is held to be representative of the UFE by the public. So what? Thosewho make such associations are mistaken, as any (-41 student knows. By anato y, would he hold that the Young HepublicanlS or Young Democrats, or Students for Goldwater also represent the whole university? I thidk not. Mr. Lundy seems to have an version to being at all associated with those instructors and students who are willing to go to Ocala or to Jacksonville to demonstrate their belief in Constitutionalptlhoples. Wby? UnIversit~ students make up the core uf society's N,-. lure leadership. Why shouldn't they actively Involve themselves iii efforts to improve the present social order? Why, Mr. Lundy, tioes It embarrass youtobeidenti-. fled with fellow students who work for necessary and desirable social ('hinges using reasonable, intelli.gent, legal, and nonviolent methods? I liTeR: Joe R. Wolfe's letter of Feb.*2l, in which he claims that I distot ted Senator Goldwater's post non In my letter of Feb. IS, shows that he is incorrectly interpreting Goldwater's position. He claims that I am guilty of distortion, bitt I will attempt to contradict this, in part by referring to the positions expressed by Goldwater in his book, Why Not Victory. First of all, Wolfe claims that Contradict myself by claiming that Goldwater believes that Communism can be conquered by force alone, and also saying that Goldwater advocates an economic squeeze to destroy Communism. [ would classify an economic squeeze as a policy of force. You will note that I did not say armed force. rn reference to Goldwater' S Position of foreign aid, I was not guilty 'distortionby implying that Gold, tsr has little concern for soi-cooi conditions in Underdeveloped countries. At 2 meeting of the National AssociatiOn Of Manufacturers (NAM), On Dec. 8, 1960, Goldwater remarked: "I think one of the most Imperative decisions that could be made would be for Congress to ,top foreign economic aid." The Arizona senator's voting record Since that time indicates that his position regarding foreign aid has remnalned fairly constant. The Goldwater foreign aId statement quoted by Wolfe further reEditor ( onsidir Rcdgning 'N4 I'''.hi 'I Iei(Jld i tii'l' a m 'l r+,r permits, woi k for th, IiiemmTitLl of a hwghri lev*I of h' would s ay, if ask Ib that hr was, ''for'' free speeti iind aan (enisorshIp. But uch, however, Asks ml Vi I II) fo Where It EI)ITOR: I heartily concur with your ipin-. Ion as expressed in the editorial of March 2, regarding tthi Student Group for Equal Rights. Since any such group appears to be representative of the university as a whole (i.e., 'you and me''), and since their methods are not always supported by the whole university, it would, perhaps, be ''better" for all concerned if they would function "'off-campus." The same argument, of course, applies to groups such as the conservative club, Y. A. F., Lib-. eral Forum, the C-62A dept., the Arab Club, the Latin American Club, and other such potentially controversial groups. We are usually in agreement with their objectives but, since there may be some of us who do not approve or their methods, it would, again, il 1 111 m that which i fe esito, otheiwue, I 4'~ .litoc ot thi Alliga I lItoi Note.-VWe al e "playing It site' as YOU w.III nOt pt End b. better fot these groups to function ''off -ca mpuis'' so that their actions 'are not taken to be representative of the university as whole. To carry your logic to its ulti mate conclusion, we are obliged to applythissamneargrnnent(based on "less thanunanimous" approval of methods) to Fraternities, tlniv. Religious As soc ia tio n, Honor Court, C am p us Cops, Student Gov't,.ad infinitum. Pe Tb aps they would allfunctionbetter"offCaripils.'' Let us banish all lepers lest we be considered a leper colony. What a splendid and uncontroverslat university community ws would then have, and how pleased Mr. Johns would be! You see, Mr. Lundy, I am in complete agreement with yourobJectives, though not always with your pote nt ia lly-controversial methods. Consequently, since you are seen as representing the urnvertyaawhl. it is a sad comment on the state of affairs when a respected university will no longer stand up for the right of Al L of its' students to freedom of speech and actions. If It starts here, where will it end' Lawrence Joel Glazer, 2UC The following statement, round on p. 171 of 'Why Not Victory,'' reveals Goldwater's lack of concern with socio -economhlc problenhs: "It does not help any to adopt the false notion thatCommunism Is spawned by poverty, disease, and other similar social and economic conditions. Cornmunism Is spawned by communists and Communists alone." Thus, Goldwater casts aside the belief--which I strongly accept-that Communism is the effect of poor socloeconomic conditions (although these are not the sole causes, in my belief). He treats Communism as an Isolated ph.nomenon, unrootedtoenvirolmtefltal conditions, which canbeeliminated by force alone. Further proof of this is round in his following statement: "'I certainly don't think for a minute that there is anything unworthy in a goal which envisions a old without poverty, disease an fit. But this Is not the practical ojerti e which we should be pursuing In the Communist war. It is a dream for the future of Ttankind, a dream which can neser come to pass if we do not apply ourseles immediately to the flrst objective--ti removal of Cornn Ciwail' IsuLts, CIV, is witii.ssett i lomii cOhlhno oil the s(GF NMoind. basic U. S. foreign policy would be excluded, under the principle that a country which is not with us Is against us. Such a policy, I believe, would strengthen the position of Connmunismn. Especially in this age of proud nationalism, many foreign governments would be unwilling to base their foreign policies dictated from Washington. If we threatened a withdrawal of foreign aid for non-compliance. we would be giving the oppotunistlc Russians and Chinese an excellent opportunity to intervene, p05ting as defenders of national so'ereignty and offering foreign aid to these UA. S. rejects "with no strings attached.", But Goldwater woulddelanld more than the U. S. dictation of the foreign policies of foreign aid recipients. Their internal economic policies would also be dictated by Washington. On p. 97 of "Why Not Victory," Goldwater calls for a halt to all UT. S. aid which might encowrage socialism, because underdeveloped countries are so weak internally that a shift toward socialism would inevitably lead to Communis,. Thus, U. S. aid must strengthen free-enterprise capitalism in recipient countries, or else it should be withheld, gi' encoldwater's belief that all aid which does not promote free-enterprise encourages socialism. However, many governments rightly or wrongly, prefer arnixe system ofgvrmnt nldn Idle I~1 U', 0 I JO, ~P 'VIII 'I) ho It, lh' hI I y s. w Ude 4,)w in ,ike itl baut we '("or W W. L. Mdl Ofl MuQ~ I P P I F i I I II I A ROBE BY ANY OTHER NAM I gnm't~ b grsi ll in ne nihiigiI I. ''i u l i ith clhies" ir'-11thirln r i)L dI Iarslih i i unwjm hi I nu t y t l uwlq o kd \ li :XIihr l I hei(N41b <(itr ,114 Iu4i4F h III~~I IVm .F ~,;h, 4 '4 4. II. -J 4 x I C F '9 ~Jky~ Why.' grieNi, it iiaster hi arts wijirs whit4, A diittr of liiumititiis Wenrs 'riium, it iijster IIf library stienici WeaJs Iitiiii yeliiw Why? Why, for example, shld~i a ruateUr if lirary stiwnji wear liqmi I yellow' WelI sir, tg answer this vexm ij ju,,ti n, we in mit g, Ihack t* Nijrlh 14, 1844 ( hi that late the tirst jpluhhe lbhraryv mi tih I mtV4I Stites Was eitshed~ by rIctuh Spdafnos Al! of Mr Sicafius ,ieililnirn wE're of ooaIrn wildly gratefail dll, that NI, 'T'uvlliiter hinlIinhtri Mr Mriiioos 9i1're 1822 when both nIIII W4d w 4'ld thi, Iniautifiij Meiitiii '/tt ,ndj Milan,, hadto mhiont Mr Migtfmn., InIIIIAu di was rii for 4l1114$Ig antd Mr MSiuf'ss knew all the Iatalst etps like the Mismurn (kimprorniw Siimjhii, tli, Slhay' Itjhnlion Schttscie, and the ji.mii Ii 'olk l'olkai whole NI, 1'rnllunttr, ali,, could figt ii,,e at IIl, IwJMg tAJ i wisaic hie lha reccivrej at the Hiattie hi 'Ow C rleanis (I i was struck biy ii fallmu predini ('urniedj with jinlonIy it the stirce.s df Mr Sizafmnns library, Mr Tfsdhinter Te$4lvid to ornn a coijtri ury, T'hi hf' Jil, b~ut lie lhid lot oiii 41mgl* patron away from Mr Sifm "What has Mr Siwtflrs got that I have not?" Mr T'ljhnter kept asking hiiimself, *tnc finally the atiswer P1am11 toi him: k. S.o Nr, Tod 1,mrter sb ekid hin hnrry WI th kits at hively hnwkq, and noon he was doingm rnv businsthan him )atdi rival lu t Mir iaf'o n* trurk back Ti, regain his ch entele, hr inpcan I rvig tea ait lhi M Ihrnry every aftertnson. Tlherrjinm Mr. ,Tod Iutnter. I mt ts be i utdone, Ihega n wry mrg tea uitA an gor. 'liereunt iNI Mr igaflnos lwgnn serving tea with sugar and re 'Pt.r p sm NMr. Ti diun ter hrguan wryImFg teAr with ,ugitr 11114 "ream rind lemon. Tlip, if cour,* linchied the* victory for Mr. Thidhunter hIs' h hail the' inly lemi,'n rce in town-mi fact, in the int re 'sate .,f Mat ie and 't 'ce that day lemon yellow hiaji of courw, been the iol,,r orn the rnun of mIIDterts of library (licientaliv, timheieatdl Mr SIgfoM,. pseked up his iibrnity ,,eulmnveil to ( jhifrrna when', alas, hie faii.d once more There 'tert, t, bt sure, plenty of lemiiiin to wrv,' with his tea, Goldwater Controversy r L t. g

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I xi p it hil, 9 >1 For Sale ~.ihl ( 1.an Ito Iy wit, bed,slgty after '. (A -IOU-ita) Ante-Hellum dres. with picture HAT, Perfect for plantation ball. SIze 6 -Call 6-2338. (A-109 3t-c). AIR-CONDITIONED 50' x 10' Mobile bomne--set up with 20' x 10' awning and 50' TV antenna on shady lot in Hickory Hill--Ready for excellent Florida living. $3,250. Call FR 6-6548 after 5:30. (A 103-It-c). B01 EM 16 -mm roll-load turret movie Camera. Normal and wide angle lenses. $IQO. Room II, Florida Union (A-lt-tf-c). ATTENTION rallcyists. 3 Ileuer stop watches on thromeri mounting plate. Perfect Condition. l.b Cowles 372 -7748 nights. (A-aCUf-c). NEW HOMES IN PINE FOREST. A few ready for immediate occupancy. Gainesvilie't astest growing new home community. VA, FFIA financing. Hugh E d war ds, Inc., N. E. 16th Ave. and 15th St. 2-1551. (A-70-tf-c)-. E.C.O. lIFT OF msriner NEW-play'ing time. Call 2-8654 after 6 p.m. (A-ba3-ti-c). Over 1400 ft. plus carport and porch. S bedrOOtms an~d study. 1-1/2 bath, attic fan built -in drawers, vanity and storage galorel 80 x 140. Convenient to Metealfe, Bishop, and paroehialschoois. $80 month. VA 4-3/4%. ('all G-2775. (A-lOB-St-c). House tradler, 10 z 68,1962, nicely returnished, bookshelves, roses, 3620 8. W. Archer Village, Lot B-.l5 see 5:30--7:00.(A-108-4t-c). I Personal The Bnst shoes madetOrtho-Vent spring.step. New spring and summer line. For appointment call Mr. Laisman at FR 2-2880. U109-tf-c). For Rent For IRiit -TPrair with iani-coqui re F, hs (,uyinin ildgi 1iber Ship, Arch.' Road V Ilage-. Available niw' (i-O9-3t--c). ROOMS FOR MEN -One block to campus. Central heat, air conditioning, utilIies furnished, $35 per month. Double ocnzpancy. Arnold Realty Co. 1219 W. Umiversity Ave. (B-92 -ti-c). CLEAN, WARM, private room for men. 3 blocks from campus. $30 per month. 1614 N. W. 3rd Place, 2-2946 day or 2-7360 nights. (B104-Bt-c). l arge, comfortable. front corner-. room. Located downtown. Arranged for 2malestudents. Kitchen and other prIvileges. 0-4592-. (H-l04-tf-c). MODERN trailer near wood Trailer Call 6-8063. 3 furnished April 1st. 376-0902.( FURNISHED university at Park $60 per (B3-103-St-c), rooms apt. $65. Call B-l0B-3t-c). house Gleynmonth. Available after lx POR RENT -Need three male roommates to share large apartment with T. V. Hi-Fl, Large prso coves summer tiester lO8-tf-p). ILost & Found FOUNTD -Feb. 23 in mon's room of Bldg. I, I dk. brown billfold No .0D. money and pictures. Contact H. Marshall 216 FlInt Hall or 219B Plavet Ill. (L-109-lt-c). [.D8T: 1 1962 class ring with the name Seminole High -Initials.: MCC -lost between Tigort Hall *pnd "Gator Pond' -contact Mike Champion. FR 2-4307. (L-1084t-c). put o" n amgnutn S0lES put on in 15 minues MODERN SHOE REPAIR SMP across from ist Adionol han ----Real Estate iNV'a E h A\ C N NRI Al STIATF -By Itaviig your rlieiit in sjviiigs ak YOU aepet acconts Frm R E. vucan realize from 10 to 25N return from income property and 5Q0S and more from buyng~ and reselling acreage. C a ll Wayne Mason, d/o Arnold Realty Co., 372-3522 to: more Information. Univ. Extension 2832, or Roo 14,Flo. Union. SCa Rentai ECONO-CAR. $4.99 plus 9V/mi. for 24 hours. includes gas, oil, and Insurance. 1964 cars equipped with automatic transmission, radio and heater and safety belts. FR 6-3644. (N-91-tf-c). ~ Wanted WANTED 1950-54 FT)RDS and CHEVROLETS. Al Herndon's $TH Street. (C-83tf-c).l96 WANTED -Lady to care for 2 children and do light housework. S"". thru Thurs. 12-7 p.m. Provide own transportation. Call 372-4876. (C-lOB-ti-p,). Female roommate wantedto share apt. located 1/2 block from campus. $45 per month, Including rent, utilities, sewing machine, T. V. and phone. 372-0736. (C-108-3t-c). CHILD CARE $8.00 week ($L.OO day). BabysittIng .40 hour. (anytime). Ironing $2.50 basket. Call 2-7601. 120 N. W. 9th St. (M89-ti-c). Appliances repaired, small and large. Charlie's Fix-it Shop. In rear of Gator Groomer Laundry. 1618 N. W. 1st Ave. joining Uiversity post office. 2-6904 or 2-7233. (M-lO6-tf-c). GARNER DRAFTING SERVICE. Leroy lettering, charts, graphical delineation, a nd preparation of data for Ozalid reproduction for thesis and dIssertations. 3728008. (M-l0'7-l0t-c),. C M It-! I lYIN(li's:, term papers amd Uepci ts. Ftst, ArcurAte, Peasonabl,'. Typwd on electric type writer with elite type. Mrs. Betty ()gletree 4105 N. W. 13th Place. Phone 6-0995. ( M-77-M T tb-c). Papers, thesis, dissertations typed on electric typewriter. Reasonable rates. Call 376-1824 a!ternoons or evenings. (M109-3t-c). TYPING --Term papers, thesis, dissertations, mnanuscrip t, S novels, IBM typewriter. Reasonable rates. 2-0328. 815 5. W. 10th St. ,Mrs.) Helen P. Balyeat M-83-tf-C). Candidates * R ock y Blasts Foreign Policy WASHINGTON (UIPI) -Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller has accused President Jonso" o" a"vacillating and contradictory' foreign policy that has led people to believe the United States no longer has the power to shape world events. Fr m Vie Nam t Z aibar, the world has been tornby series of crises-someofihem Communist instigated, all of them Communist exploited," Rockefeller said yesterday. The GOP presidential hopeful made the charge in what be described as a major policy statement on foreign affairs. Rocke-. feller presented his positionduring a quick trip here before resuming campaigning in the New Hampshire prim ary battle. J hn o an l s international problems "on the basis of the expediency of the momoot," and added: "The administration does not understand that an action In one place sets a precedent and has consequences in another." Rockefeller made these sRggesions: -An early meetingbetweenjohnson and President Charles do Gaulle of France. -The North Atlantic alliance requires a "vision of an ultimate Atlantic community," and 'EuropGLn political unity can be a step toward this objective." -'An affirmative freeworld program for negotiating with the Soviets must be developed. -An agreement among free world nation concerning common tradin polcies toward the Corm--a. ----.~l -Autos 1963 Temnpes t Conve rtibl. MId night blue-color. 8000 miles $1995. Owner getting married. 6-8904. (G-109 -St-c). 1959 Slmca-4 speed transmission. Completely over-hauled, Good gas mileage. Best offer. Call Libby AXO house. 2-9249. (G-l09-3t-c). MU'ST SELL: '57 Mercury, 4 dr. H. T. Radio, heater, 5 good tires. Must see to appreciate. Best offer Phone 6-7449. (G-108-St-c). 1959 LINCOLN nal cost $7,000. Reduced to $1,] free. Call FF p.m. (G-89-if-c Score -2 door. GrigiMust sell at once 00 with new tag 2-3251 after 6:00 LBJ Barry Lashes IBJ On Baker DURHAM, N. H. (UP!) -Sen. Harry Goldwater referredyosterday to former Senat.,Democratic Secretary Bobby Baker as President Johnson's "own protege."~ lie described Baker, whose outsid business activist arte uner whir regard the job of government as a personal hunting preserve for po w nti fr falttened purses.' a speech prepared (or a rally at tle Umiivers ity of New II tmpshirec field house. The rally climaxed Sday of campa~imI on the senator's current vote-seeking torn for New Hampshire's fIrst-in-thenation March lO primary. Another c and id ate, former Minnesota Goy. Harold E.Stassen, also mentioned Baker in a speech yesterday before the N as h ua Chamber of Commerce. Stassen criticized President Johnson for riot 'slapping the wrists" of Baker. Goldwater, In his university addressaid,."We have at the moment government by wheeling and dealing. We haveothers who would replace it with governmnentofpersonal ambition or with carbon copies of what has been tried and has failed." H }e said theAmerican people now have a chance to make a clear choice and that lie was promisng new clean political slate. Nashua that he thought it was ey necessary" for the United States to resume espionage over the Russian heartland. He told newsmen he thought such action was necessary because current informatlen about Soviet targets may be wrong. :7 '~ MARCH ~0-~ 2C ServiCes I ha tin (ml mniita. 21

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H I Gcstors In Bas lnt Fla id or unmt to theti tba ,kpttal end o;teltiM litre at 8:15 p.m. with ooutheasterfl Conferenic' (SEC) bout against TennesSec. The game, originally scheduled for Feb. 3, Wa~S postponed when Volunteer, assistant roach Bill Gibhs was k ille d in the plane crash her. on the nuormlng of that date. Tennessee ni s ciet by tour points throwing the SEC into a three way fiiishing tie for first place last weekend in falling to league champion Kentucky, 42-38. A Gator win tonight over the VoLs would result In a four-way tie for third place ini the conference between Tennessee, Vanderbilt, LSU, and Georgia. Florida Union Teams Win C The Florida Union walked away f with one first andtwosecold place j finishes in the recent Association of College Union Region IV Games Tournament. Brian Whipp won first place in the singles division of men's table tennis. Florida Union's chess team finshed second to Duke. One point separated the two teams. Berman Robles finished second mi three-cusion billiards. SOUTHERN FRANCE An undergraduate liberal arts year in Aixen-Provence FRENCH LANGUAGE & LITERATURE EUROPEA N STUDI ES ART & ART H IStORY MEDITERRANEA N STUDIES Classes in English and French satisfying American curriculum requi renents.Institute students enrolled at the Universi ty of Aix -Marseilie, founded in 1409 Students jive in French h omes. Tuition,trons-Atlontic fares, about room and $1.850. board, Vs. Tennessee ;ketbcall Final garlf.btIchult/isre >1 svrith leading 5' Oh or. lol ida, mieanwhilt, is Gi 7 in the corferennee anti (An up its lragut' loter to iii pvi'I .590 ijiatk with 'losing Ilci y tciiwh. lih, (,ators a i tumte tt life to thei r ILst two ouWtflgs, WhIIPPLJIRCOmt i Tech awl Georgi .ad will end the yeau with mn 0w1 al 13-J lediger shluilit lhe get by T'eiiiissee. Brooks lienlet 'on Lvmains the Gatoi scoring leader with Ii i7.5 'vri g gtOIJdeiiugii for trnthpLllt 0 among SEC pointmakers. Tonight will be the lat t appearafltP in .i Gator uiiftrm for center Mont H11ghIy, only senior onthe team. Dade Goes Antics Frowned On pettot wimn.-hp" il I h skIlball games has il'ight I vitif cOmplaots to ,Iumnistruti'e )ttcls IS ( 111pu11 PsIi' ', mu dinig to &thile! Viii, I. sliulei, B ee u eof e n plaints inti ,. few imbit inl uj Is -hub I is i e'juest stopping pi e-gamiii s(}lev lng of buskeitballby fanp, "It wIs .1 ct if tun to begin wirth, lut 'ow it's gotte i out of bhatd .uid p90pie alp getting hur t when students get the. balls used tor pie-game warm -ups and1 Iat them around the standss" s a Id Schulmer. "Sometimes there are four or five halls going around at once and people get hit with them." Wild Fr osh 'You win some, you lose some, and some are rained out. This one should have been rained out," summed up Freshmtai Baseball Coach P. A. Lee after the Baby Gators absorbed a 15-2 shellacking at the hands of Miami-Dade Want to t o see places, things, and people? To shop? Whore? When? How? We can arranlgt everything fot you" a'"eg eerandns or .,p '"pcndenr "trv'l if yo wish, nr Brownell escorted tours. Europe South Amerdc. .Hawaii .Alaske Afica Ehwa 9% WeS 15 -2 Junior College here yesterday. The defeat evened the Gators seaon record at Iad earned game series here. Bob Adams started for Florida, but was driven from the mound1 as the visitors scored seven times in the first three innings. Steve polisar andDave McCarnmen both struck home runs for the winners. Mike Berry also chipped in three hits to help the cause. Florida's Mike Shirah presented fo Florida as he pounce ou two of the Gators' five hits. MURAL RESULTS ORANGE LEAGUESOFTBALL I PKA STP DTD KA KS SORORITY BOWLING _.-r. e"A PKT TEP sx PDlT SN I3 4 S 12 3 ~~~1 By SrEVE VAUGHN Asmi ont Sports Editor Things Likely To Happen the Fh lv G ator 'will putdtowilthenr basketbaib aund go home following4 tte[mlht '~sea)I 'itling rnlohImler with T'ennessee. The ;atois, sritI'etet to all sorts of harassment ft tfm burning luttls crippled aliplai's, guit hiisttle opposing teams, have given what must 1 tie tim,' 'I least an interesting account of themselves. 1heit, 'to thus. w.ho wII] .xpte .'sa lsppontmient .ini scoff at the teamx's peifornian', thow, who Ir, satlsfht41 with it, and those who coil tal it I."la ilot uhit hiappwiniii ii th t lortia Gym floor. Hut iiion, whit ter i heen to .t lbakettatI gli here may recognize .sni, if lh. frolru. 'ii Tings R iely Tk Hlapper' At A 'l hiIa Biasketball G.me." Volleyball With Stolen Basketballs ..Ttert would U, pit'-gami snlltybni mirchis with li opposlitg trtimi' iskiltbills, titi with th, 'oi ang.' ,ide tif the gym rompetinig against the 'blur" wiie. .a lady wvnuld gist lii in the bark of the htead with lhe hall ...in Snhme guy would ilwaty. throw the hill hiack down ont the (Olin .mt be siiundtly booed. -.somebotiy wiui iot catch the change tot 50 cnI' lhii' ike hoy threw it them.youl couhld LW Stire thau 01e PWIte would h. short arnd the other till.peopli' would
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FLh F, d(1( Al I In i,.r llih im s V C Broward Basement r, f i .f e .|| | E I t .r 2 .i i I. i'Yj t. hii Living Cost s Up WAS HI of living January gOvernm NG ION edged to a *nt repx (1'PP up once record rted to' The cost again in high, the lay in .1 streamlined version of thi. Laboi Department's consumer prict indeg. The department said costs of food pushed up the new index to 107.1 per cent of average 1957-59 prices. This was a rise of onetenth of I pez cent over the old index foi December. The new index, reflecting price changes for mol e than 400 goods and services purchased by the family of the average city worker, was published for the first time today. Fuel prices and gasoline also were up in January but seasonal "white sales" reduced prices for clothing and house furnishings. 'II iI L ili'[ huhit I IrtOr Of Ii(u4smI, salt' Thuryl iv sin,tiiiosllg mioyvci 'the tU th lie said the department wan very happy with the quarters, but iot too pleased with the location. Carpenter said it was hard to get to the hack of Broward Hall and that it was hard for most people to find. He said the department planned to put up signs indicating where the housing department was now, but that this was not yet compIled. Carpenter s aid i t was particularly difficult for the people in the housing department to deal with the offices in Tigert, because of the remoteness of the location. Carpenter said the department moved because it ranout-of room in Tigert. With the University expanding most of thedepartments had grown and many of the people found themselves Inthe halls, using them for offices. "Oh Where Have All The Young Girls Gone?" could not gi "'The Air This is the song sung every day at the he said. "lin campus ROTC budding, because no women--He said that (d students, that is--have graced its stark intion officers. ternor sInce 1958. "we use t From 1956 to 1958, a program for women this,"' he sai Air Force cadets was tried on a limited in~ history, gi basis, are considered "It fell through," said Capt. Paul R. He said a] Hebert, the Angel flight tactical officer, commission because of lack of response. The girls Training Sch didn't show enough interest in the prophysical requi 4 gram." He intimate He explained that did not mean that women (rami wasn et Into the Air Porce now. Forci wants women grads," act, it is wide open for women." women made good administrahose trained in business for Id. "Those who get degrees ~ography, and political science d for intelligence work." [I a woman had to do to get a was to register for Officer ool (O'TS) and meet minimum irements. !d that a women's ROTC proot indicated for the future. Say Resident Assistants first in Money Working your way through colloge has taken a twist from the time-honored tradition of waiting on tables. Now ambitious young men at the UF can work in their residence halls as section advisors or resident assistants with rewards much more far-reaching than financial aid. "This is the source of a valuable experience in human relations," said Fred King, assistant director of housing-. "'Tese m en are considered direct links between the Dean of Men and the Director of Housing," King said. "The section advisor handles personal adjustment problems ou a close, Individual basis with the men under his supervision intheir assigned living area. He also handles certain admilnistrativeduties requi red to maintain coordination in campus living," King pointed out. "The resident aitanta I law student who is avilable to handle personal counseling, nile infraction. and emergencies that occur dayor night," Kingsaid. The 85 undergraduate section advisors work insa singular cap.Isn't Only "Each person Is selected on his individual merits. No particular areas of study or extracurricular activities are required for the job," King said. "The resident assistant is selected by personal interview with a close look at his academic record because the job does put a strain on studies," he said. One resident assistant inalarge University housing area, Don Anchors, said, "The Initial reason for taking the job was for financial, but the reason for keeping it is different." "This job makes me feel more part of the University. The more identification I feel, the more contribution I will make," he said., "I really feel like I am doing something for the University to make it the best possible living situation for campus residents," Anchors added. FAMLY RE For Lease ?eward Anchors, who is a second year law student, believes the biggest single advantage to him is that it keeps him from getting a onesided view of University life. He is constantly exposed to different facets of life. *a This exposure gives me many different viewpoints and a perspective on issues that I can't get in the classroom. 'Tis will help me when I complete my studies to understand how people think and better enable me to evaluate them," Anchors added. "Other jobs on campus are limited in their contact with people either by number or by being just a speaking acquaintance," he said. ''This living situation gives me a chance to help people learn how to get along with other people by maximizing the positive situtionis and minimizing the negative aspects," Anchors said. CENTER to uafed a 'theperi$1,000 RETURNABLE DEPOSIT Lew .en etes. Comuuisuie, e l. .9 bilflrd tobles gad sup8. Ifirst out this is our in -one-door-rond-out-thc-other door Volkswogen We seN it to people who wont to cut delivery lime lhas double loadingdJoors almost four Feel wide and Four feel high on each side Pius o door In back The lood is practically surrounded by doorways So there's no place for a pockoge to hide Even though there ate 170 cubic feet of load space inside You Can reach almost everything without seting foot in the truck yourself When you're poked on the left side of a one-way street, you still unload onto the sidewalk. through the doorway on the drover's side. This leFt-side door is extra at $30.00 It's lust csout the only thing on a VW that doesn't come with the truck. The hooter's standard equipment. So's the-odnglgt And the rear windows. The two-passenger front soot. You d pay er' for these things on some trucks Not onea Volkswagen Truck. You get all thes, extras and the truck for $2197.1 Extroordjior1 Sae8 For Men Only--But Air Force Is Coedl 5 CREATION Do