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Jury Tampering


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CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (UPI) -- principals in two of the three Jury His attorneys immediately announced verdict," was expressionless when reach Kennedy on the first call,
Teamsters President James R. tampering counts contained in the that the verdict would be the guilty announcement was read. but he said the attorney general
Hoffa was convicted yesterday on indictment. appealed.The He hunched forward with his elbowson "called me back and I told him
two counts of Jury tampering- Hoffa and Larry Campbell of Jury tampering of which the table and stared blanklyat we made it,' Sheridan said.
crimes punishable by a total of Detroit were convicted of aiding Hoffa was convicted occurred dur- the backs of Jurors."Intimidation Hoffa has contended that the
10 years in prison and a $10,000 and abetting. ing the Teamsters leader's 1962!> ," he snapped as Jury tampering trial and his other
fine.The Nicholas Tweel of Huntington,W. conspiracy trial in Nashville. In he was led away by a U.S.marshal troubles with the federal government -
boss of the nation's larg- Va., another of five condefendantsin that trial, Hoffa was charged with to post the bond. are a "frame-up" stemmingfrom
est labor union was Immediatelytaken the case, was acquitted on the sharing in a $1 million kickback There was no expression of Joy his personal feud with the
into technical custody pend- third count. from a trucking firm with which at the prosecution table, but Wal- attorney general.
ing posting of a $75,000 bond. Allen Dorfman, Chicago Insurance his union held contracts. A mis- ter Sheridan, Justice Department James Neal, the government'schief
The 12-member panel that deliberated man, also was acquitted.He trial was declared In the case official and a close associate of prosecutor during the Jury
the case for five hours had been charged with aiding when the Jury was unable to agreeon Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy, tampering case, said "This Is nota
and 41 minutes specifically found Tweel in a Jury fixing attempt.The a verdict. told reporters he phoned Washington Joyous occasion as far as I am
Thomas E. Parks and Ewing King, conviction was Hoffa's firstin Hoffa, who said the witness stand when he learned of the verdict. concerned. It's never pleasantto
both of Nashville, guilty as the five trials by federal tribunals. that his life "depended on this Sheridan apparently did not convict anyone..
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Vol.56, No. 110 University of FloridaGainesville ThursdayMarch 5, 1964



I Reitz Approves New Policy ChangesBy I


f
zed to act in cases where astudenthas of time "not to exceed the two Registrar. such action be recommended to
JACKIE CORNELIUS a record of previous viola- trimesters.' Formerly, no student --When the student Is on the dean only when the student .
-
Staff Writer tions and whose offenses do not could be suspended withoutthe the Dean of Men's or Deanof is "clearly in violation of the
warrant more than a two trimes- approval of the president.The Women's probation.When terms of his probation, or has
Policy changes affecting disciplinary ter suspension.The Dean of Student Affairs will -- he has caused his committed a new offense with facts
procedures at UP were Dean of Student Affairs now be the decision maker for sus- car privileges to be revokedby which are unquestionable;" or,
approved this week by Pres. J. may, upon recommendation of the pension In the following cases; the Traffic and Parking when a student waives, in writing,
Wayne Reitz. Dean of Men (or the Dean of Committee, or has been in his 'right to appear before the I
The President delegated to the Women), or the Traffic and Park- --When a student is already violation of a decision of the, Faculty Discipllng Committee.The .
Dean of Student of Affairs the ing Committee, suspend an off endIng on disciplinary pro- Traffic and Parking Com- policy change still requiresthe
power to suspend students in cer- student who already has a bation imposed by the presi- mittee. president's signature and the
tain cases. lie has been authori record of violations, for a period dent and recorded by the The policy change requires that signature of the chairman of the
Faculty Discipline Committee in
UF VEEP PHILPOTT SAYS: cases of this nature where longer
suspensions are recommended.Under .

I 'If Student I'd Too'By the new provisions, the
I Were A Gripe Dean of Student Affairs can require -

qithdrawal of a student from

DONITA MATHISON these comprehensive tests'scores student who makes lower than a tabllshed as a requirement for the university even though he Is
Staff Writer"U and the student's grades, we hope possible minimum score, In the upper division," Philpott said. not guilty of a specific offense
I were a student, I'd gripe the data will be more significant," admissions policy by the Board of "Then again they may never go which would bring him before the
too," said UF VIcePresidentHarry he said. Control, should consider getting into effect, but sophomores who Faculty Dislcpllne Committee, but
M. Philpott said that from the total feel like will who "shows himself to be an Irresponsible -
yesterday, con- Philpott Into another department or collegeor now 'guinea pigs,
cerning the announcement made 1600 samples in the testing pro- leave it up to us to counsel be helping students, particularly person, or a distrub-
"
Tuesday of two three-and-one- gram, the scores will be comparedwith them out of the university. from Junior colleges, five years ing Influence.
half hour tests that all sopho- the student's grades as wellas He pointed out that there are from today. The tests may also In such a case, the Dean of
mores will be taking later this the results of his high school other levels at which such tests serve for improvement of univer- Men (or the Dean of Women)would
month. senior tests. are effective. Tests are requiredfor sity Instruction in the years to head a temporary committee,com-
"But these tests can benefitthe "It will give us an opportunityto law school, medical school come." posed of at least three persons
students if they want to make evaluate the effectiveness of and even admission to the uni- He said that as a general trend such as councellors or faculty
use of them," he added. "Asa the university college program," versity."If if students perform top-notch in members who know the student and
guideline, the tests will serveas he said. In the testing program, the tests prove to be valid, three areas of the tests, for example the situation, to review the case.
additional evidence of how a there will be different kinds of it would be no sooner than three and do poorly in two areas, If this committee decides againsthis
student's education is progressingand scores for upper division. The years: before they would be esANSWERINVTHE then there Is a definite need to do favor, it would recommend to
,, the Dean of Student Affairs that
some borderlinecases about the
may help :\1":1 something presentationofmaterial
decide whether it would be !' in the latter. the student be required to withdraw
advantageous for them to continuein 4' from the university. The Dean of
a particular field." ( ,>I Student Affairs, upon studying the
Dr. Philpott pointed out earlier RubySeenAt case, may then call for his with-

that the testing program has been iLi4 i kq7 drawal.If .
+ y the student does not want to
under discussion for two or three
years at UF as well as at various ::4 JailDALLAS accept the dean's decision, he
Junior colleges In the state. may appeal to the president.
"Some students have wanted to I (UPI) Jack Ruby "Such withdrawal," said Deanof
know why we waited until now to reacted normally to the assassi- Student Affairs Lester L. little,
announce the tests, but a final : t nation of President Kennedy, but "should not be regarded as puni-
decision wans't made until Febru- ker then got "upset" and haunted the tive or disciplinary, but as a decision -
ary when the Council of Presidentsof k t j' Jail where Lee Harvey Oswaldwas rendered because the
the different universities in held, witnesses testified yes- student appears unable to take
Florida, under the Board of Con- terday at his murder trial. advantage of the opportunity for an
trol, met at the University of His shoulders squared, the 52- education at the University of
South Florida," Philpott said. year old nightclub operator bowed Florida.
He added that other states suchas from the waist and pleaded innocentto "This Is no hasty Judgment,"
California and Texas were experimenting the murder of the accused he said. "These reasons might
with the new tests al- assassin. He fidgeted and took Include his health, his frame of
hasty notes as the first of a mind, improper conduct, Intent,
so."We hope to compare the results parade of prosecution witnesses capabilities or disposition of char-
of our tests, if valid, to the testified that: acter and performance."Just .
tests of other Institutions and see -There was "nothing unusual"in as students are admitted
how our students stack up to their his reaction when he first heard only under certain qualifications of
the that President character and performance, their
program, he said. a news Kennedyhad
Philpott explained that two pro- been shot, Nov. 22. position as a continuing student
blems prompted the decision to -Later he "stared" and seemed should be based on similar cri

give the tests. First, there are Ti! : ; lost in thought. teria."
t
"
:
large numbers of students coming :; ... ': -Tears filled his eyes a day
: .. : later when he learned of the
into upper division and the university ,, L. .' gifts
.
''
u '
"' '1'-- ,,,,, the children at Brand X Free
is interested in those peo- ., ,, "' ,' awaiting Kennedy
ple who are best qualified. Second, ./ 1" ', i;: !; Ail.: ; the trade mart where the presi- MILES CITY, Mont. (UPI)
:t' '
is the Increased number of colleges ,- ." 11' dent was to speak. A Miles City drug store has
whose program of higher education ,;; -He tried to supply police at come up with a new cigarette
differs somewhat to UF's academic *"- ; W .""j> z :!&. the city Jail with sandwiches and advertising campaign.The .
system. CHALLENGE got Into a news conference at
store is giving away a
"Particularly in gauging trans- .for the World University Service are beast and which Oswald appeared. free X-ray to every person
fering Junior college students, -He was In a crowd outside the who buys :52 cartons of
beauty Gary Junger Sigma Nu and Deedee Briggs, Oswald wouldbe
grades are not an absolute Indicator country Jail thinking cigarettes.HoffaConvictedOf .
of ability but by compiling Delta Delta Delta. transferred from the city Jail.



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Page 2 The' Florida Alligator ThursdayMarch 5, 1964' ','.


.k "" I Calls// For Cuba BanLONDON l


UN
Peace ForceOk'd
(UPI) A Conservative tish government was bolstering
peer and former cabinet min- nothing "except the facilitiesor
ister demanded yesterday a banon our exporters."
shipments to Cuba until the Fidol The exchange took place in the
For CyprusUNITED Castro government pays off th* House of Lords.A .

25 million pounds ($70 million) Cuban delegation Is presently
owed on confiscated proporMes. in Britain seeking to conclude
deals for purchase of construction
NATIONS (UPI) -- The diately asked Canada,Sweden, Fin- by British Commonwealth and non- Lord Colyton, 62, dormer min machinery.The .
United Nations Security Council land, Ireland and Brazil provide aligned countries was con- ister of state for colonial affairs
yesterday unanimously approvedthe troops, and pledged he would act templated under a commander who and joint director of the Con- deals reported to be
dispatch of an international quickly to name a edlator. would report to Thant for periodic servative Research Department, about two million pounds worth
peace force to Cyprus and appoint- Troops from the 7,000-man Bri- information' the council on the said It was "most Illogical" to million) are held up ($5.6
ment of a mediator to end the tish contingent now on peace dutyIn operation's progress.The bolster the Cuban economy through of credits.pending approval -
necessary
strife between the island's Greek the island also were expectedto trade when compensation for
and Turkish communities. comprise part of the interna- Soviet Union, France and sequestered properties was still Officials here have said repeatedly -
General Thant Czechoslovakia protested that
Secretary Imme- tional force. unpaid. that British businessmenare
No immediate response was Indicated these arrangements delegated too
by the five powers approached much power to Thant and circum- Minister of State for Foreign perfectly free to trade with
Cuba in non-strategic items.
vented the peace-keeping duty reserved ffai Lord Dundee said the Bri-
by Thant for troops, although A rs ------- -
some have been reluctant to xor the Security Council.
FightingRenewed contribute because of provisionthat But after abstaining in a separatevote

each country shall pay for on this part of the measure, .. :.t / w
its own contingent and because of they voted for the resolution as
Internal legislative complications.A sponsored by Brazil, Bolivia, the
force of 10,000 men supplied Ivory Coast, Morocco and Norway.

NICOSIA (UPI) Fresh fighting

broke out Wednesday between State Waters Face Pollution
Turkish and Greek Cypriots in
northern Cyprus, and British
troops rushed to the area to restore 1
Unless Disposal ImprovesTALLAHASSEE
order.At .
least three persons were 1! .
wounded in the bat-
reported gun (UPI Flor- of the bay, located north of New
tles in the northern villages of
ida's bays and rivers face increas- Smyrna Beach. Pollution of the
Temblos and Kaza Phani.
ing pollution from human wastes bay was first discovered In November -
Fear f violence also
0 new unless sewage disposal is 1962 and oystering there was
mounted in the western of
port
Improved in low lying areas, a discontinued in March 1963.
Paphos following reports that a water pollution committee said Sid Berkowitz, spokesman for
missing Greek Cypriot shepherdhad yesterday.The the state health department, said
been found dead. interagency committee, all indications pointed to contam-
The clashes the first major comprised of representatives of ination of the bay by the hundredsof
incident In two weeks north of the
tanks connected to homesin
state agencies concerned with pol- septic
Kyrenla mountain range eruptedas lution, tackled the problem of con- the low-lying areas around the
the U.N. Security Council in tamination of Turnbull Bay inVol-
New York unanimously approvedthe usia County and waterways other bay."It related to the growth of ."
dispatch to Cyprus of an international sections of the state. population in the area," he said.
peace keeping force The committee received a let- "They all have septic tanks.
and appointment of a mediator to ter from the Volusia County Citizens "The way to clean it up is to ..
try to solve the communal crisison Committee which sought aid have all those houses in the area
this embattled island. in locating the source of pollution put on a public sewer system.. the dress-dress
In Athens, angry Greeks demonstrated -
anew against the United The yoke around the top'
States and Britain over. Cyprusand Effort To Publicize City ,.' gives this shift a specialsort
whitewashed a'' brass statueof of emphasis..a*
President Truman erected last I I different shaping.: The
year as a sign of gratitude for Transit; Routes SlatedA ? ''t. pleats ,are four to a side
American aid. I and the fabric is Blue
t
JynHr chambray denim, stitched,
concentrated effort to better At present a student could catcha I in Navy. The sash is for
GOP NotRunning publicize present city transit bus on University Avenue, going the very un-hip. 5 to 15.
routes and schedules was the result east or west,every fifteen minutes.
of yesterdays meeting between One route runs through campus
Student Body President Ken Ken- going by the stadium, boys dorms,
nedy and Woodrow Shaw,presidentof circles the J. mills Miller Medi-
the Gainesville Bus Company. cal Center, and rns back up 13th
TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Florida Shaw outlined present routes and Street.
Republicans apparently have tem- schedules which Kennedy termed, Another route also runs down 1123 W. Univ. DONIGAN'S FR 62338Smiles
porarily shelved a quest for major interesting. ..and not bad as far 13th Street by the girls dormi-
statewide offices and are concen- as routes and times." tories.
trating their fire on state legislative Girls could presently catch a
positions. Student Government(SG)can now bus on 13th Street approximatelyevery
A check of candidates that qualified evaluate the present system and half-hour, and boys could
before Tuesday's deadline for possibly will suggest some route catch a bus from the boys dorms
entering this year's campaigns changes, Kennedy said. every hour. Bus fare is twenty
showed that although the minority "We are mainly interested in cents per ride. Tokens may be
party is seeking the greatest total publicizing present routes and acquainting purchased for seventeen cents, and
number of offices in modern state students with sched- transfers are also available to
history, only two are on a state- ules," Kennedy said. students having to change busses.
wide level. -
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The GOP passed up entirely the r "I
state cabinet offices which rank

almost with the governor in power, C
Ignored the state Utilities Com- Easter Vacation ?
mission and let half of the 12

seats in Congress go unchallenged.Only See our' man on campusif
Republican contested
statewide offices this year are you want to save
governor and UjS. senator.
This is in contrast to 1960 money and see the world.The .
when Republicans ran for
governor, four state caoinet offices -
a seat on the utilities commission Sheraton Campus Representative will give you free a Sheraton
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ThursdayMarch 5,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3

.WASHINGTON SAYS NO -



I Castro Offers Water To Guantanamo I



HAVANA (UPI) Premier news conference, at a foreign em- water for the base.In ception which ended early Wednes that he had sent New York Cor.
Fidel Castro offered yesterday bassy that since the fishermen addition, the United States has day. He said the Johnson admin- Nelson A. Rockefeller a box of
to resume supplying the U.S.naval dispute had been settled, he was dismissed an estimated 500 Cuban istration policy toward Cuba Is cigars as a present through an
base at Guantanamo with water. willing to start supplying waterto civilian workers at the base to keep "at a stand still." American civilian pilot recently
Washington promptly rejected the the base again. The United States their dollar wages estimated at There have been "no new ag- released from a Havana hospital.The .
offer. had been paying Cuba $14,000 a $5 million a year from falling gressions" against Cuba since pilot, Trevor Burns of Syra-
The Johnson administration decided month for water. Two days after Into Castro's treasury. President Johnson took office, cuse; N.Y., had said the cigars
to make the base self-suf- Castro ordered the cutoff, the U.s. Castro said, but policy has been were given to him by his doctorin
ficient and independent of the Cuban announced plans for $10-mllllon Castro talked freely of the U.S. the same as in the Kennedy admin- Castro's name to take to Rock-
water supply last month when program to make the base self- political situation to newsmen attending istration. efeller. But Castro Wednesday
Castro turned off Yateras aqueduct sufficient. a Moroccan Embassy re- Castro denied reports abroad denied any connection with the gift.

facilities in retaliation for U.S. White House press secretary I 1 _'
seizure of the crews of Cuban Pierre Salinger, commenting on
fishing boats poaching in Florida Castro's offer, said merely the UF To Offer Additional
waters. U.s. government had decided pre-
Castro told newsmen In a lengthy viously to get along without Cuban I

." ",-':'" '; Loans This TrimesterBetween

600 and 700 students have had to apply in January fora According to the law, an ap-
\> ': will get a financial boost this tri- loan covering the whole academic licant must be in need of the loan
SPORTSWEAR ';'\:1 1'j.; <'f.">. mester with the new$225,000 addi- year. Now they are able to get a In order to complete his course of
r' : } tion to student loan funds, MacG. loan during a trimester to complete study. Also he must be a full-
1 < .?/\'"'- Grigsby, assistant to the Dean that term." time student taking no less than
f' >>" < of Student Affairs, said yesterday. "The requirements for eligibility 14 credit hours during a regular
.. "Students should apply for a loan are the same as the regular trimester and must maintain a C
MT as soon as possible in Room 128, National Defense loan," he average (2.0) or more, Grigsby
Tigert Hall," Grigsby said. said. said.
.... ,. ......
"Because of the new funds from "' -- -" --- l--
Y 'I f fn the National Defense Education Act WWWBroBWBR8PawKsrewJia .'WW WImWy&i1MRml9SPackaged
(NDEA), we are now able toextend
News
loans to additional students who
have financial problems,*' said

Grigsby. Captain Killed Asks Unity
"While we are still required to
give special consideration to those WASHINGTON (UPI) -- MOSCOW (UPI) ---
majoring in education, science, The Army Wednesday idenAmerican Negro novelist
mathematics, engineering or mod- tified a U. S. captain who James Baldwin told Russian -
languages, students in the other was killed while attempting newspaper readers
ir.4- college can qualify and are eligible to rescue Vietnamese Wednesday that only "the
f Ii.m to borrow through this loan soldier during heavy fight- most radical and far reach-
source,"' Grigsby said. Ing In South Viet Nam. ingchangeslnAmerlcanThe
"We are taking applications for army a aid Capt. society" can improve the
students who need a loan for this Morris McBride died of Negro's condition.
term and also for those who want bullet wounds In the head. Writing In the Soviet
to attend the university for the "He was carrying a government newspaper Iz-
third trimester but cannot due to wounded Viet Nam officer vestia, Baldwin said It "is
a lack in funds." across an open field when absolutely clear that white
"The loans will be made as soon caught In a cross fire of Americans simply do not
R as the money arrives," said automatic weapons," the want to bring these chqesarmy
Grigsby. said. into existence."
.
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Page 4 The Florida Alligator ThursdayMarch 5,1964

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I Uf Studies That fMorning After' Feelingi



commonly believed It was found that
as was
By RONALD MESERVE times have no recollection of hav- "The UF is," said Research momentary and-one-half minutes One to one

Staff Writer ing dreamed at all? Director Robert Agnew, "engagedin "Dreams for many occur years.in two or three sary for the subject to was regain neces

Have you been feeling a little Have you ever wondered sleep active research programs whichare 30 to 45 minute intervals in the mal efficiency. ImpOrtance r

neurotic or psychotic lately? Is really necessary? proving to be extremely valu- latter third of thepatient's sleep," this discovery can be
Do you get up early in the morn- These questions have been ans- able in the understanding of the when considering recogJllze;
the
ing and discover you are too weakto wered by the research teams at sleep patterns of the normal per- said From Agnew.this it can be seen that who Is on ready alert. jet pig
turn on the water faucet? the J. Hlllis Miller Medical Cen- son and the mentally disturbed pa- A pilot on alert
at least two and one-half to three he
Do you ever wonder why you at ter through experimentation with tient." will have continued
of total of eight hours approximately 60 second
times remember adream and other the nature of dreams and sleep. Through their research these hours a from the time
sleep is actually "needed" by the that he is alerts
have defined six areasor
'd' scientists
of, to the time that he
adult. Average age must
to average hay
stages of sleep, according
his
from the subjects used was 24 years. plane rolling down the run
Agnew. The stages range
said that experiments way. If the pilot must be
Stage 0, the "awake" stage, to Agnew wakens
local fraternity men from sleep, he could make
on
performed
some
Stage 4, the "deep sleep" stage
proved that their efficiency In very drastic and fatal mistake
and then on to a stage referredto
simple manipulations was con- in the 90 seconds it takes him
as 1 REM which is the dream to
stage. siderably less at the second test- regain full "awake-ness" or ef

Agnew said that the Stage 4, ing. ficiency.

or "deepsleep" stage, was provedto -, Ills
occupy approximately 12 per
cent or a little less than an hour

H: of a total eight hours sleep. s
A study at Walter Reed hospitalsupported

evidence that the Stage

4 sleep is"needed" added Agnew.

After five nights of being drprivedof

Stage 4 sleep, their subjects

showed a significant developmentof
xG $ \ # 1''#. e psychoses (i.e. hallucinations). ..i 1 1S

# This is a good point for studentsto

: : i o remember when trying to go

without sleep for extended periodsat

; .0a exam time.
Agnew went on to day that the

next stage is the dream stage.When
,
the dream stage begins, the eyes \ 1,
of the subjects were observed to

.( begin rapid back and forth move- I
J ..,' '
ments.
f \ ,.
'. This "dream" stage lasts for
.-...,
an average of from one to one-
'. and-a-half hours. It is assumed -
.UI.... '
that dream time is also needed" _
period causes neuroses. WIRED LIKE A HI-FI
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_.- ... -.....;'..;...' ,.",' .." Agnew and the research team was as Dr. Robert Agnew makes the final adjustments to the
that the subjects did not remember
MONITORING DREAMS dreaming unless they had devices that will measure Sooner's responses during his

is Dr. Robert Agnew during one of the tests being been wakened, perhaps only sleep.

conducted at the J. Hillis Miller Health Center to determine -

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/ of USBy "Devil's Millhopper," often an attraction for many years, is a 120 mitted to the University last fall
Impression oversized container for empty foot deep sinkhole about 10 miles Melvin Frost, originator of th

I I beer cans and whisky bottles, may northwest of Gainesville on Mill- cleanup idea, is a C-2 instructor:
receive a face-lifting in the
near hopper Road.
PHIL GEYER at the University.
Staff Writer States Information Agency future. The cleanup idea, a proposed According to Frost,if the"Mill
(U.s.I.A.) office in Taipei. The "Devil's "
Millhopper
unique geography Club project, was sub- hopper" Is to remain a scent!'
"A big fat immigration officer cold climate did not appeal to me .
to preserve
with a firm handshake made a and Stetson offered eleven journa- I attraction, steps
will have to be taken.
big Impression on me, especiallyat lism courses in the catalog. After the sides of tn'
3 a.m., said James Du, 7 JM. about two months of corresponding Sliding down
the man'
is one of
Du whose Chinese name is Hung- Stetson offered me a full "Millhopper" which is ruinin,
Yi Du related his first contact scholarship," said Du. harmful practices
"Millhopper
') with the U. S. on a foggy morningIn Upon his arrival at Stetson In the beauty of the the foliage

San Francisco."I Sept. 1963, Du was Informed that because it destroys

heard much about your coun- the journalism professor was no added Frost.Destruction.
of the foliage grow
try from my many friends in Tai- longer at the school and there was could lea,
pei, Taiwan but the Immigration only one journalism course avail- ing In the "Millhopper" to'
reduce
to serious erosion, and
officer len'an impression that I able.
will never forget," Du said. "I did not know what to do because f Qw natural beauty of the area.construe

Du came to the U. S. to study I had to get my masters The club hopes to "Mill
journalism on a full scholarshipat degree in order to advance on two trails leading into the

Stetson University."I the newspaper in Taipei,"said Du. J hopper," one on the east side.ar

selected Stetson from the "Apparently the American business one on the west. i
catalog available at the United world's demand for the college Also included in the plans and improvement
rim,
'(uwooooooooooooooMAKE)() ) ()()()()()()()()()()()()() said degree Dr because has effected China," a trail around of the the parking facilitie

0000000000000000()()()()( ()()() () ()(O) further without, a Masters I could degree.go no" Frost stated meeting that a of need all partle is present

Du graduated from Taiwan Nor- for a cam
GATOR CLASSIFIEDS, mal University with a BA in Eng- Interested In the cleanup

lish.After paign.Construction of the onetraUh3been
spending one semester at Plant
completed
Stetson In the "absent" Journa- partially

lism School Stetson officials and Grounds crews. the tra
worked on
recommended that Du attend the The crews to DIrector
UF school of Journalism."Du last trimester, according c*
Plant,
Physical
of the
Is not having any difficulty -

with his engllsh In news- vin C. Greene. Millhopper"owned :
but the cul- The "Devil's
writing, difference in aJ
f tures is somewhat of a barrier," by the university available for u
I f according to H. G. (Buddy) Davis Greene had men

I II A HIT (great zotl) journalism instructor.Du task.Greene that county he
Is a part time correspondentfor J added
]
WITH
SALES
the TA Hua Evening News In is being sought. ce
the
l ooooooooooooooooo1OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO() ()() ) Taipei. Prior to coming to the : a Frost thinks one of
( ()()()()() "\" '* the county could do, is cot

F (){){)()()()()()()()()()()()() ) ) ployed U. S. for as his a Masters translator he of was Inter-em- things struct a picnic ground area w.

national news. the "Millhopper."

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$5MillionSaved r Campus News Briefs I


Bv fraternities J
Phi Delta
for
Phi Delta Kappa,
.
By PETER HATHAWAYStaff fraternities are not worthwhile to education fr ate rnUy
Writer their universities have been the hold its Annual

Fraternities save the UF $5 main causes of expulsion and dissolution Banquet on Friday,
million per year and provide em- Malloy commented. 13, 'at 6:30 p.m. In the
,ployment for 150 Gainesville res- "However, fraternities at UF by Room at the
idents with an annualpayrollnear- have an excellent future," 3 Dr. C.U. Smith,

Ing $260,000,reports Charles Mal- he added. the sociology
loy, UF Interfraternity Council Besides the financial angle,Mal- A&M University In rt
(IFC) president. loy indicated the community, bassee, will speak on croup
social, and scholastic services Relations and the and
"The 26 fraternities provide provided by fraternities. Agenda for Higher
housing for about 1,000 UF men Blood drives, Christmas tion." which'J
and the national average cost for parties, a Heart Fund Drive, aid Initiation
housing a college man Is $5,000 to underprivileged children anda also be held on MW-
per year," he said. chalrty basketball game are the CHARLIE MALLOY from 3:45 to 5:30 .

Using these figures a savings, main community services. room M-112, Health round
Of $5,000,000 In UF housing cost Fraternities sponsor the two Loans

III< realized. largest social events of the year DickinsonTo Funds for at a

"House mothers, cooks, and Fall and Spring Frolics. Also, loans for preparation at
house boys make up the majorityof fraternities and sororities do about chers and nurses .
80 cent of the work for Home-
those employed fraternities, coming.per Be Here available In the -
he said. Section of the Student
Malloy also mentioned that Phi Three scholarships and short Center (Hub). .
Kappa Psi social fraternity Is term loans are provided each year March 11The to
expected to become number 27 In by the IFC to needy fraternity men. Coffee
the UF fraternity system next Sep-. "This past year the, fraternity The coffee social for .
Students Organized for and graduate men
tember. average was well above the allmen's iors

"About 26-30 per cent of UF'smale average and has been above Dickinson announced yesterdaythey
men's are Inviting UF studentsto ? #
undergraduates belong to fra-% the non-fraternity average i
ternities," he stated, "this Is 11 of the last 20 years," Malloy "Meet Bud Dickinson" Monday r I
March 11.Dickinson.
stated. II
normal In American colleges.
state senator from I
"Fraternities are emphasizing
"Fraternities in the South, expeclally -
the Southeast seem to be scholarships! more and more," he Palm Beach County, Is a guber- .

expanding faster and with more said, "I find that characteristicsin natorial candidate. '
According to Dan O'Connell,
today's pledges are changing.
success than any other area In the
country' Malloy remarked. "No longer is the big drinker chairman of the organization, }
lasts phone committees have been set 'q
"The trouble spot where fra- and hell raiser, who one
to call university student ,I"
ternities are receiving most of trimester, what the fraternitiesare up ,
I.
"
looking for," he said. leaders and Invite them to attend.
their criticism Is in the North-
east," he said. "Today, fraternities are lookingfor Students will have an opportunityto
Racial problems about pledges'and the man who can stick around meet Dickinson at the Gainesville -
a trend by northeastern uni- long enough to help the Woman's Club from 2:30

versity officials in ,feeling that brotherhood." he said. to 5 p.m. Monday.
"We extend invitations to all
students to come and see Bud,"

,' Adams To EnforceContribution O'Connell said. fw.
Anyone who would like to workin
the campaign should contact

club officers, he said.
LawTALLAHASSEE


one full pound
(UPI) Secretary a requirement and many candidatesfor KC SIRLOIN 1

of State Tom Adams set out governor and other offices STEAK
yesterday to strictly enforce Flor have not been listing street

Ida's "who gave It, who got it' adresses of people giving them $1.95 .
campaign contribution law. money.
In an unusual move,Adams Some have put down such addresses HALF POUND

mailed to every candidate a brie as simply "Miami" or $1.50
resume of what Is expected of some post office box in Jackson-
them under the law along with the< ville. Others have Identified con- Georgia Country

warning that he feels an increased tributors by nick names. HAM STEAKGrits
responsibility to "reasonably bufirmly" Adams said he feels the law f ,
& Red Eye Gravy
administer the Intent of Intends that names and addressesof }
contributors be set forth insufficient 'GOODEATINGPODNER'attheTOWER ':y s
the law in all areas. 4 )wts
From now on, he said, candi- detail that the person couldbe HOUSE
dates must list the full names reached by mail at the address. s y

and addresses of campaign con-

tributors.This Is the first time the secretary *

of state has laid down such "Mother, PLEASE III *


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TALLAHASSEE (UPI) The
term stripes
state Is not required to providea law- We know you like the magazine, Mom, but that's summer
to penniless
free lawyer
breakers seeking to get out oi because I'm your son. For EVERYBODY to like it,

prison under a new criminal pro- we need help, mainly from artists, cartoonists and Tapered To Fit Your Figure..Authentically TailoredAdd

cedure rule, the Supreme Court creative writers on this campus who would like to
ruled yesterday.
see their student magazine grow and improve. If good taste to the summer term, whether you'reat
the high court year
Adopted by 15 Union. leisure or office bound, with our University Row
send them around to Room
rule one ,
see
criminal procedure you any,
classic
ago, dress shirts. Manhattan tailors them In the
requires convicts seeking release -- .", -. for maintenance as
M" selected
4 back to
from prison first to go good looks.This shirt of St. Ives woven
well lasting
as
which they were con- : '
l the court In start release pro- 01 stripes, for instance, in 100% fine cotton Oxford with
victed to
authentic Row button-down collar. Whites as well.
adopted
ceedings. The rule was
and quiet solid colors are in our University Row
shortly after the U.s. Supreme
) Court ruled that the state must collection. $5

1 provide free attorneys for insol- A eti
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vent felons.
r

Shortly after the decision, the Sdveman
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Page 6 The Florida Alligator ThursdayMarch 5, 1964edi.


"These Florida men areFederman's

CJ .. IS) old hands at taking tests. II ,




Covering The Middle GroundApproaching


the end of a high school career, most students take a BATMAN
senior placement exam in order .to facilitate guidance Into their con-
tinued academic endeavor.
These scores are given an almost cabalistic reverence in counselling T
the students for the selectionof a major field, and a first course of study.
When the student completes his undergraduate work, he ts again sub- !
jected to the vacuum cleaner effect of total testing" ii< die Graduate
Record Exam (GRE), whose score may have serious implications con- S OI
cerning his entrance into graduate school. -
Now we are gratified to learn that the middle ground of education
(upper division) is no longer being ignored as the trend towards con-
tinual evaluation takes one heavy step more near completion.
Obviously educators believe the step between lower and upper divisionto
be Important enough to warrant a pause to re-evaluate ones positionand
past education.The .
past few years, however, have seen more and more provisions
whereby basic courses may be waived to facilitate an Increasingly early
specialization; and the Associate of Arts degree, received after the
traditional two basic years work, may have come to mean something --
quite different from its original conception. In which case, the newly i
proposed exams may answer the question of whether our old friend the
I
comprehensive basic education Is still with us; and If so, how It com-
pares with other universities and other years. For the time being at
least, the exam will be nothing more than a guidepost for the universityand Reviews Irk ReaderEDITOR I
a sllght(?) Inconvenience for the students and even alter the uni- -
versity begins using the scores of the consideration
as part for the
go write for some other paper and people who enjoy ordinary movies
:
acceptance of students into the division doubt that it will
upper we pre-
This letter is In to find someone who can enjoy an than the "finest" movies shown by
sent a major obstacle to many students.So response your
ordinary movie as well as a great the State.
request for views Don Federman's
on -
if the is
university willing to take on the additional responsibility
work of theatrical art.
of another testing phase, the student should be willing to rise to the movie reviews. I personally enjoy both and would
challenge of matching his education and Intelligence against those of I have long been irked by Mr.Federman's like to see short (6-10 Inches is
others; .. If for no other reason, we may answer like the mountain reviews on the "tin- That some people enjoy the fine) reviews on all the movies
est" movies (principally at the movies shown bv the State Theateris
climber, "because it's there". currently being shown, whether
Because "there" it will be. State Theater) while he continu- obvious In that they remain in they be excellent, mediocre, or
Tests are like old &uidlers and temporary dorms; once established ously neglects the "less-stimu business; it is equally obvious that poor, since these terms are all
they are as indestructable as Tigert Hall itself. lating" movies at the other three other theaters InGalnesvllle relative to the viewer, and neitherMr.
And, thus, the initiation of the "Bachelor's Record Exam (BRE)" (our theaters, especially the Gaines- stay in business also, and It follows Federman nor anyone else
tag), may make going through school similar to an ant crawling along a ville Drive-In. Let Mr. Federman logically that there are more can predict what an individual likes

meter stick, under a microscope, with a dynamometer on his back ... to watch. Many times, by the time
and a direct hot-line wired from his antenna the IBM machine keepinghim Some Critics Like MoviesEDITOR Friday rolls around, I have had
posted on his progress. about all the "great" things I can
W.C.N. : attractiveness, airily imperviousto stand for one week and I have no
_____. Joan Didion, who reviews motion even the most spurious stabsof desire to go see a movie which requires -
pictures for Vogue Magazine, reality." concentration,deep thought,
The Florida AlligatorServed wrote in a recent issue: The Impressive part of Miss and often the Insight of a master
"I like movies, and approachthem Didion's comment Is that she likes critic, to understand. I couldn't
by United Press International with a tolerance so fond thatit movies. At times, it seems as if care less if there is some divine
Editor ..................................................................Walker Lundy will probably strike you as sim- too many movie critics don't like .message or if the movie exposes
Managing Editor ......................................................Bill Fuller ple-minded. To engage my glazed movies and their dislike showsup the subconsclence of a brilliant
Assistant Managing Editor .....:..................................John Askins attention, a movie need be no classic in the vitriolic reviews they director. I do enjoy however,mov-
Editorial Editor .................................................Wayne Norfleet of its klnd..I ask only thatit write and in their absurd excuses ies like"The Sword and the Stone",
Sports Editor ..........................................................Glenn Laney have its moments. I will even for not writing them. Unfortun- "Tom Jones", and others of a similar -
Wire Editor ...........................................................Bob Thomas go so far as to admit an Ineradi- ately, there appears to be alot of nature. In fact even occasion-
Feature Editor ....................................................Cynthia Tunstall cable affection for certain movies people with a very limited con- ally enjoy a good chiller, or a
Campus Living Editor ..........................................Judy Lynn Prince which lack even moments, but cept of the word "entertainment." science-fiction movie, or other,
Editorial Assistants .... Ernie Litz, Gail Sobering, Nancy Zimmet, have, Instead, an Impenetrablegloss Randall Robbins such "less-stimulating" movies.
Betty Wendt, Betsy Garrison, Steve Vaughn, Sue Dobbie, Charner of spirit and charm and 4ED
Powell and Rual Chandler. There are three final commentsI

Reporters ..... Jim Castello, Phil Hevener, Joel Gaston, Douglas Reviewer Deserves Requested SpaceEDITOR would like to make. The first is
Molltor, Donita Mathison, Sally Stock, Carol Nobis, Ann Carter, that I find it impossible to believe
Joe Kollln, Pam Pulley, Agnes Fowles, Bob DeLoach, Fran Snider, : as he requests, In order to pre- that a single theater's program(the
Judy Teich, Evan Engle, George Mims, Phil Geyer, Don Federman, As a follower of the Alligator, sent his criticisms to those who State) would require Mr. Feder-
Becky Quinn, Larry Zimmerman, 'Jackie Cornelius, Patti Pitz, It is my contention that Don Fed- are desirous of reading all that man's "undivided attention"for all
Gary Williams, Don Davis, Terry Rogers, Sue Haugsted, Joyce erman, theatre reviewer, shouldbe he wishes to express. of March, unless of course, he has
Kilmer, George Elmore, David Sumner, Jay Havlser, Joe Zeigler, allowed as much column space Since the movies offered by the to see each movie a half dozen
Joy Cherry, John Clendenon, Nancy Brachey, Tom Mlllsaps, State Theatre are, in most times or so to understand it. Or
and Millie Gorman. Campus Paper? Instances, the only challengingfilms possibly he intends to treat us to
to be seen In this thriving more of his own plots In between
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaper Of EDITOR: metropolis, why not give them the reviews of the State's movies.
the University of Florida and is published five times weekly except We want a student newspaper! exposure which they deserve? Believe -
during the months of May, June, and July, when a weekly issue is We want more Federman. it or not, those of us whose The second point is that I think
published. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is entered as second class There are seven state news- minds are, evidently, operating at Mr. Federman's policy of not reviewing -
matter at the United States Post Office at Gainesville, Fla. papers that handle the national a more accelerated pace, become the Florida Theater's
scene. How about one that covers annoyed when watching movies movies because they are segregated -
ROTC Sharpens Appearance campus news. The perspectiveof which display nothing more than Is stupid and unfair to any

.... ... ... a university campus should look trite and ridiculous situations, Alligator reader seeking reviewsof
toward growth of the mind and which reveal the usual Utopian local movies. Whether the Inte-
EDITOR: wouldn't have to depend on the opinion and critical analysis. endings. These are sickening at grationists like it or not,there area
You say you got caught by the turkey buzzards following you to If you think the claptrap in Time best, unworthy of comment. lot of people, particularly in the
city dog catcher for running lose class to give you the hint. mag is good.,then copy your damned Why not clear the way for good South, who don't mind the Florida
without a tag, and Dean Adams You learn to look sharp and be reviews from it, but may I sug- accounts of films which appealto being segregated, and in fact, are
had to come down and bail you sharp by taking ROTC which issomething gest Instead Esquire's, or if imaginative minds? Could not probably in favor of It.
out. Well mister, It you had been none of the Ccoursesor you want at least good mediocritythen the full-page coverage of big Frat
taking ROTC this would have never any other university level Crother of the Times. How and other such rot be cut-down toa Last, it is Important to note that
happened to you because all cadets course will teach you. ROTCdoesn't come the Minn. Dally can devote reasonable size or (hopefully) Mr. Federman bellves and so
are required to have their hair teach academic subjects, one-third page to review? eradicated to m ak e room for a stated that he does not have any
cut at least once every two weeks. but then it is not set up to teach column of merit? commitment to the Alligator, and
You say your parents came down them. It is set up to teach military J. M. HermanJ. Ricki Miller, 2UC owes nobody a favor, which I assume -
for open house last weekend, and science. Not everyone is cut M. Shal includes the studenty body.If .
you are now disowned because the out to be a military whiz and neitheris Don't You this is so, why Is he writing at.
Why
everyone cut out tobe asclence Compromise?
smell of wearing the same clothes .. all? What is his purpose?
since the beginning of school repelled English, math, or political science
them. Your only defense was whiz, but each male U. of F. stu- EDITOR: with him, but the presence of critical I suggest he has no purpose,
that you didn't have any coat hang dent Is required to at least scratch Why don't you and Federman thought partially dissipates the has had none for sometime, and
ers, and that your clothes would the surfaces of these through com- come to a compromise? You get cloddish student atmosphere that should be replaced by someone who
stand In the corner at night if pulsory ROTC and the equally com- rid of "Sportacus" cartoon and pervades this place. can"and will write concise reviewson
you didn't wash them. Let me pulsory C-courses. These are alla Federman can try harder to com- Federman can well afford to all of the movies and who will,
tell you something son. If you part of a liberal education, andI press his ideas Into clearer ver- shorten most of his reviews. hopefully, see them as the average
were In ROTC you'd have to change believe they all have something biage. The serious moviegoeron Wordiness is not wisdom. He has person sees them.
your clothes at least once' a week valuable to offer the open minded this campus needs a kind of good ideas but they need com- Sincerely,
and then you'd realize yourself how student. commentary with which to com- pression. Ernest R. Jones, 7EHG
bad a condition you are in. You Hugh Harling, Jr. pare their thinking. I seldom agree Rick Gauger, 4AS Dept. of Aerospace Engineering








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I German Paper Calls For LET. De Gaulle Meeting I I BI"

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By PHIL NEWSOMUPI richten: "It is high time As De Gaulle disdainfully oath toward integration.On be pro-Western and anti-
Foreign News AnalystA that a working discussion Ignores the wishes of the other, they see Yankee at the same time."

between President de Washington and Washington De Gaulle throwing obstacles In these collision
West German news- Gaulle and President John- In turn seeks to Isolate in the way to the courses wherein the Ger-
immediate son should be held; and De Gaulle, West Ger- United States in Southeast mans see disaster,the Ger-
has suggested an -
paper summit conference the existence of a'hot wire' many sees Itself torn between Asia, and, despite French mans also see alternatives
between President Johnson! between Paris and Wash- two loyalties and denials, raising the hopesof which they believe could
ington is as Important as faced with a demand thatit Moscow and CommunistEast work for good on a basis
and French President
is that between Washington declare Itself for one Germany that France of trust rather than sus
Charles de Gaulle.
and Moscow." or the other. might eventually supporta picion.
Other West German In either course the Ger- theory of a permanently In Latin America, the
The suggestion came newspaper have expressed mans see disaster.On divided Germany. editorials suggested that
from the Kiel newspaper themselves in similar vein. the one hand the Ger- In De Gaulle's forthcoming France might take over
Kieler Nachrichten and was The Stuttgart Zeitung mans see the United States visits to Latin American part of the burden now
a reflection of growing said, the West German using both Bonn and Romeas nations they see a De borne by the United States.In .
West German concern over government should warn fulcrums to exert pres- Gaulle attempt, in the Southeast Asia, France
the lit between the United both nations that their pre- sure on De Gaulle, thus words of the Lubeck News, might contribute to a solution -
States and France. sent course "may enwrap adding new deterrents to to "demonstrate to Latin other than ever deep
Said the Kieler Nach-. them both in catastrophe." Euro "?'s already painful America that a country can er involvement in war.
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Extramarital Sex And The PillBy Union RoomsCampus

organizations
Peter A. Bertocci In talking to parents, pastors and teachers I have often found them may pick up applications
Professor of Philosophy, Boston University beset by a feeling of helplessness before the need to give an adequate for room space in the
(EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the first of a four part series. We answer to the question: "If we aren't Just exploiting each other for Florida Union for the
believe it to be of significant value in stimulating rational thought ona momentary gratification, why should we not express our love sexually, spring trimester atthe
subject now the center of controversy on many levels throughoutthe especially now that foolproof precautions can be taken?" Nor is it easyto union desk.Deadline.
naUon....and therefore offer it for your consideration.) find grounds for contact with the young couple who argue: "We know for returningthe
The age of th 6 pill is upon us. Oral drugs are now available that can that our sexual Intimacies are not approved by our parents, society or completed applications
prevent conception nearly 100 per cent of the time, while improvementsIn our churches, and we know that we probably will not be married we is March 20.FANELLI.
effectiveness and in facility of use are to be expected in the not too are not engaged but we enjoy each other and can't for the life of us
distant future. Such developments bring the time closer when people of understand why anyone should object, especially now that contraceptivesare
every social stratum in every nation can plan their families to suit their really contraceptive!
ability to care for them. But granted that"the pill" (as I shall call such Incidentally, such comments come from young people who are not just
contraceptives) can help to prevent overpopulation, it poses new prob- silly or "immature," who are antisocial or rebellious, but from young
lems in our evaluation of the place of sex in human life, both before and people as sincere as they are candid; they believe with the parents,
after marriage.The teachers and pastors that their society must keep in step with new
pill has wiped out the case for suppression of sex Insofar as that facts about man and nature. And today they are asking why societal &
case depended on the possibility that pregnancy might result from sexual regulations should not change in the light of new discoveries about

intercourse. If the case for chastity ever did rest, in whole or in part, contraception.
on the fact that sexual relations could produce pregnancy, that foundationhas I believe that so far parents, the school, and the church have for the EDWARDS
been undermined. For if the proper contraceptive precautions are most part given these young people a stone when they asked for bread.
taken, it Is now possible to have sexual Intercourse from puberty to death If we are to stop ducking questions such as those I have quoted above,
without worrying about pregnancy. we must be willing to talk candidly with each other. We must cease to
I. be inhibited by fear lest we give the wrong answer in an admittedly com- -

No one can talk: to intelligent young people on or off the campus, within plex area of human experience, where whatever evidence we have is PRESEN'r
or outside the church, as I have in the past 12 years, without being difficult to evaluate. I may be quite wrong hence I invite further dis-
asked: "If one can have sexual intercourse with no bad biological results cussion but I think a reasonable, if not iron-clad, answer can be givento
what's so bad about it?" These young people can find support from young people who are willing to think through the implications of the
articulate exponents of a new morality: sex is fun; it could be "sex question, with special attention to the considerations posed by the improvement -
without guilt" were it not for blue-nosed Puritans who no longer "knowthe in means of contraception, and arrive at a policy valid and fRESH

score" and can't be happy if they are not promoting frustration in acceptable.
others. (To be continued tomorrow.) _ _


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criticize the University of
Florida, and now several weeks Desks wood & metal AND SUNDAY
later I still believe for the most Chairs all types
part that my criticisms are valid. V"'

I sincerely believe that apersonhas ,.r
every right in the world to Typewriters & addingmachines Within Walking DiltanceOf

express his beliefs as he sees ,
Corry VillageFANELLI'
them. For this reason I will not ALL ON SALEFR
attempt to attack the people who
criticized my, opinion. Personally 2-9607
I can see why someone would feel
4 First 12 customers buyinga
responsible to stand up for their
university and defend it against typewriter March 2 at

untruths. What I can't understand, 8:30.We have 12 goingfor i i &

however, is how a person can defend Splendor at . 19.50 EACH I -
something so positively while

knowing tion. only one side of the situa- We have 140 boxes of EDWARDS

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-Medium brown leather bill YOUR SAVINGS IN REAL If you are Interested in having error we charged you $3.25 ANTE-BELLUM DRES WITH

fold with Initials D. M. S. Lost ESTATE -- By leaving your moneyIn someone Iron for you in your too much on red men's oldstyle PICTURE HAT Perfect for plan-

morning of March 4th. Call 2- savings banks you can expect home Monday mornings (4 hrs. bicycle with oversize tires. On tation ball. Size 6. Inquire at

2296 ask for Dave. Rewardl! (L1l0tt 3 to 4% interest from savings at 75? per hr.) Please call Nancyat Tuesday March 3. Return for Donigan's or call 6-2338. (A-

-c). accounts. From R. E. you can 6-8801. She does excellent work $3.25 bicycle house. (J-110-5t-c). 110-3t-c).

realize from 10 to 25% return and is very dependable. Call me

Would the person who claimedthe from Income property and 50% for my recommendation 2-6229. The Best shoes madetOrtho-Vent Mobile home 45' x 10' 2-br.$2700.

Phi Kappa Alpha Frat. pinat and more from buying and reselling Mrs. Canney. (M-110-tf-c). Spring-step. New spring and sum- Excellent condition. Call FR

the C. I. Laundry please call acreage. Call Wayne mer line. For appointment call 6-2970. (A-110-5t-c).

Duke Schirard at Phi Kappa Alpha Mason, c/o Arnold Realty Co., Appliances repaired, small and Mr. Lassman at FR 2-2880. 0-

house. Pin Is 40 yrs. old. 372-3522 for more information. large. Charlie's Fix-it Shop. In 109-tf-c). One 5 acre tract of land locatedon

Rewardl. (.L-110-3t-c). I-102-MWF-c). rear of Gator Groomer Laundry. State Road 241 or Farnsworth
1618 N. W. 1st Ave. Joining Uni- Road. For Information call FR

versity post office. 2-7233 or, 6-5641 'after 6:00 p.m. (A-110-

LOST: 1"'1962 class ring with the I Car Rental r 6-9346. (M-106-tf-c). .I I r For Sale'AIRCONDITIONED I 2t-c).

name Seminole High -- Initials: -..'
MILL ENDS HENDERSON'SMILL
MCC -- lost between Tigert Hall GARNER DRAFTING SERVICE.

and "Gator Pond" --contactMike ECONO-CAR. $4.99 plus 9 /ml.tor Leroy lettering, charts, graphical 50' x 10' Mo- STORE, U. S. Hwy. 19 Cry-

Champion. FR 2-9307. (L-108- 24 hours. Includes gas, oil, delineation, and preparation of bile home--set up with 20' x 10' stal River, Fla. -- Only 1 hour
15 min. from Univ. Literally TONS
4t-c). and insurance. 1964 cars equippedwith data for Ozalld reproduction for awning and 50'TV antenna shadylot
OF TOWELS''AND MILES OF FA-
automatic transmission, radio thesis and dissertations. 372- in Hickory Hill--Ready tor excellent :
BRICS. See the lovely colors available
Mlmlotutr and heater and safety belts. 8008. (M-107-10t-c). Florida living. $3,250. -
for home. IRREGULARSOF
r FR 6-3644. (N-91-tf-c). Call FR 6-6548 after 5:30. (A- your
FINE QUALITIES. Many first
CIIILD CARE $8.00 week ($ .60 103-lt-c).
MtwNOW2 quality Items also. Our carpet
day). Babysitting .40 hour.
(anytime -
ends are beautiful and about three-
see ). Ironing $2.50 basket. Call BOLEX 16 -mm roll-load turret
Suspense Hirsl fourths off. The finest bedspreads
2-7601. 120 N. W. 9th St. (M- movie camera. Normal and wide-
one-third off. Tel. 795-3399. (A-
FIRST RUN' 89-tf-c). angle lenses. $100. Room 11, 67-tf-c).
Florida Union (A-lt-tf-c).
Open 6 Show at 7
; _pm OUR NEW THROW

tJt 7 & 11:19mWHmiUS Papers, thesis, dissertations ATTENTION ralleyists. 3Heuer Silk organza floor length wedding
typed on electric typewriter.Rea- dress with chapel train short
,
( stop watches on chromed mounting
RUGS, $1.98 UP, sonable rates. Call 376-1824 afternoons sleeves. Size 7. $50. 6-8794
plate. Perfect
Condition. R.
K.4RlNYUDH&P( EbWEOBDIDeAD or evenings. (M- Cowles 372-7748 nights. (A-86- O'Kay Trailer Court. (A-110-3t-c).
109-3t-c).'
RINGeR MALONE'S tt-c).

BOOKSTOREHEELS TYPING u' Term papers, thesis,
2nd hit at 9:00: :
dissertations, manuscripts, Clean Hollywood bed, slightly I AutosFor I
Joan Crawford novels, IBM typewriter. Reason used, reasonable. Call 2-3032

Bette Davis able rates. 2-0328. 815 S. W. after 6. (A-109-3t-c).
in 5 minutes
put.Vlt 10th St. (Mrs.) Helen D. Balyeat
WHATEVER HAPPENEDTO SOLES put on in 15 minutes
(M-83-tf-c). trade
Jaguar XK 140 for
BABY JANE? NEW HOMES IN PINE FOREST.
MODERN SHOE other sport car. Call 372-6755.
A few ready for Immediate
starts CHILDREN of the occu (G-110-3t-c).
REPAIR SHOP pancy. G Gainesville's fastest grow-

friday DAMNED across From 1st national bank I ing new home community. VA,
I
Wanted FHA financing Hugh Edwards, 1963 Microbus VW, 4 months old,
-- new condition, radio, heater, 50
Inc., N. E. 16th Ave. and 15th St.
2-1551. (A-70-tf-c). horsepower motor $2300. 376-
4960. (G-110-3t-c).
ati WANTED 1950-54 FORDS and

TODAY" CHEVROLETS. Al Herndon's 9Al D. ClASs;FiEDS
Service Station Located 916 S.E. 1963 Tempest convertible. Mid-

thru Saturday $TH Street. (C-83-tf-c). Univ. Extension 2832, night blue-color. 8000 miles

$1995. Owner getting married.
H Flo. Union.
Room ,
or
1:()03:556:509:32"G' : + WANTED -- Lady to care for 2 6-8904. (G-109-5t-c).

EAT" is the word I Ir children and do light housework. Over 1400 ft. plus carport and
--- Sun. thru Thurs. 12-7 p.m. Pro- porch. 3 bedrooms and study. 1959 Simca-4 speed transmission.

I r vide own transportation. Call 1-1/2 bath, attic fan builtindrawers Completely over-hauled, Good gas
C : 372-4875. (C-108-tf-p). mileage. Best offer Call Libby
a ; vanity and storage galore! 80x
o 1ULANGWfERO : I 1 140. Convenient to Metcalfe, AXO house. 2-9249. (G-109-3t-c).
) Two female roommates for sum-
L Bishop, and parochial schools. $80
mer trimester. Large bedroom,. month. 'VA 4-3/4%. 'Call 6-2775. MUST SELL: '57 Mercury, 4 dr.

NEeLEOPID air-conditioned apt. 3 blocks from (A-108-5t-c). H. T. Radio, heater, 5 good tires.
R campus 2-5961 after 5 p.m. (C- Must SEe: to appreciate. Best offer

110-3t-c). Phone 6-7449. (G-108-5t-c).

House trailer, 10 x 58,1962,nicely
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I IF Humanities Club Thursday,March 5,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 9 I



'resents Mozart Concerts 'r '
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Mozart concerts are being of- The taped concerts are part of '" -" _! ,../.., f' ". <, ,"'"
red in Walker Auditorium for the music and art program of the > ,:
(ss than a nickel a performance. UF Humanities Club. The club, ,,.,..", '
which was started this year by

humanities professor Jack. S.
Funkhouser, offers students the
opportunity to enjoy the great art
4A
Autos slide of the projector.world via tape recorder and (


"The purpose ol.he club Is to
make available to students films
59 LINCOLN -- 2 door. Origi- and tapes that are supplementaryto
cost $7,000. Must sell at once the humanities courses, but it
duced to $1,100 with new tag goes beyond that," humanities department -
ee. Call FR 2-3251 after 6:00m. chairman Dr. Clarence
| (G-89-tf-c). Derrick said.


The club is open to any student
For Rent who pays the yearly dues of $1.
"We are trying to make this a
more natural experience for the
| furnished rooms apt. Available student and let him know it is .
pril 1st. $65. Call after six not something required for the C-5
6-0902. (B-108-31-C). (humanities) courses," said

Funkhouser.The 4SK
OMS FOR MEN -- One block i
'
campus. Central heat, air con- club's programs are given
[itioning, utilities furnished, $35 every Monday night in Walker Auditorium -
'r month. Double occupancy. and consist of movies,
[mold Realty Co. 1219 W. Uni- slides and tape recordings of out-
rsity Ave. (B-92-tf-c). standing artistic and musical

works. I
bedroom furnished apt. 702 N.
aln. $60 month. 2-3794 or 2- "The problem we have right now HERE SATURDAYGregg
23. (B-110-tf-c). is trying to Interest more studentsin
the club. Next year we planto
lor rent to men students. Coupe work with the C-3 (English) Smith Singers DueThe I
room in private home. Cen- department and obtain programsof
ral heat and air conditioning. general Interest to everyone.We .
rivate entrance and bath. Close will attempt to change the time
University. FR 6-6848. (B- of the program to make it more Gregg Smith Singers under Lyceum Council Presentation. decade," the group of young southern -
|0-3t-c). convenient for the student," Funk- the direction of Gregg Smith will Termed by some reviewers the Californians Is currently
houser said.Bundy. apear on the UF campus Saturday "most distinguished choral making Its third 10 week tour of I
)R RENT -- Need three male night at 8 p.m. in the University ensemble to be presented to the the United States and Europe.
mmates to share large apart- AppointedWASHINGTON Auditorium. The Singers are a American public I n almost a

ent with T. V., Hi-Fi, Large Their repertoire ranges from
tchen, study room. $100 per (UPI) The f the complex contemporary to the
rson covers summer trimester. Senate Wednesday confirmed Wil- Wilson Opposes Ralph TurlingtonAttorney music of the Renaissance and Includes -
see, call Jeff at 22880. (B- liam P. Bundy as assistant secre- I classic choral works and
|8-tf-p). tary of state for Far Eastern
American Folk music.
Richard J. Wilson, UF lie was a leader In the driveto
affairs. He succeeds Hils-
Roger graduate who received' his law degree bring alcoholic beverages under
r Rent Trailer with cabana-- man Jr., who resigned. in 1953, has announced his legal control and worked to keep
quire Ellis Guynn Village Bar- President Johnson moved Bundy candidacy for state representativefrom Alachua County's school superin- The Gregg Smith Singers were
r Shop, Archer Road Village. from the Defense Department, Alachua County. Wilson tendent an elective office. formed in 1955 by Gregg Smith,
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Callable now! (B-109-3t-c). where he was assistant secretaryfor will oppose Ralph Turlington,pre- a graduate teaching assistant In
international the music of the Lon
security affairs dopar'ment
,
sent Alachua County Rep. professor In the FSU business
rge, comfortable front cornerom. last of
week. Angeles campus, University
Following graduation, Wilsonwas school in 1956.
Located downtown. Ar- Senate also
The confirmed the California.
appointed law clerk to U.s. Since 1957, Wilson, who is a
[nged for 2 male students. Kitch- nomination of Elbert G. Mathewsof
District Judge George W. White- member of the Florida bar, has
and other privileges. 6-4592. California as new U.S. ambass- hurst, a position which he held for been practicing law in Gaines- Admission Is free to students
&-104-tf-c). ador to Nigeria. two years. lie was an assistants ville. using their Identification cards.


o. I -Thefts-Hit Library I
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-- --=-.:...:; .. lets" in the main library has been thefts occured close to holidays -
= --= -= --= brought under investigation by the especially near Christmas,
campus police, according to G. E. according to Dr. Margaret Gogginof
Watson, campus police Investi- the library staff.
gator.A "It may be due to the Increased
suspect has been found and is need for money near the holiday
still under questioning, Watson season," Dr. Goggin said.
said. Harriet Schubb, 2UC, the thlefs
Approximately 12 wallets were latest victim, said $22 was taken
r w taken between Oct. 18, 1963, and from her wallet in January.
Jan. 14, 1964. Ten of the 12 were
taken from pocketbooks near the "My wallet was In my pocket-
bibliography room. book, and I had left it under my
There have been no reported coat on a table near the card
thefts since Jan. 14, 1964. catalogs," Miss Schubb said.
According to Watson, money and "While I was working and lookingup
ID cards were sought by the thief. references, someone took the
Most of the wallets were later found wallet."



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2,000 Students Get Immunization


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About 2,000 students have been fall of 1963 showed that the desired Another comparison between the is safety. In the early days of everyone should be immunized
,immunized against polio at the 50% immunity level had not use of killed and live virus is polio vaccines, mistakes were The greatest degree of paralysisin
University of Florida by receiving been reached. Some had received that the Salk vaccine would not made. But now methods have been the past has been in children

Sa bin oral vaccine, said "Only last August the final approval prevent the spread of polio; even perfected, and we have full con- under 15, but adults also have
Director Samuel Wright of the of all types of vaccine in though a patient would not be fidence in the complete safety of been paralyzed.

Student Health Infirmary Tuesday the Sabin series was completed, paralyzed, he could be a sourceof the Sabln types," he said. "The summer is usually the
and Its advantages over the Salk disease for others. With Sabin
Studies of polio epidemics have method decided us to use the live virus, the individual patient Dr.Wright commented that even most dangerous time of year for
polio epidemics, and that Is why
Salk
shown that if a community is more. Sabin oral vaccine In the campaign Is protected, and in addition the If a student has received the
we have carried out our polio
than 50% immunized, any epidemic ," said Dr. Wright. spread 0 f the disease Is vaccine against polio at some pre-
it Is advisable for immunization campaign now, well
,which starts can be controlled The Sabin contains live virus, prevented Dr. Wright said. vious time, "
the three Sabin oral In advance.
him to obtain
and the Salk Sabin oral vaccine Is to
quickly. does not. Exper- easy
vaccine doses."Persons Sabin oral vaccine is availableto
ience has proved that in other administer and easy for the Indi-
students this week
from 6 to
have been
Medical history records of diseases immunization with live vidual to take. It is given as of any age
students entering the university in known to get polio, and therefore 9 p.m. at the Infirmary.
virus has a longer lasting effect, a moist lump of sugar which is
Salk vaccine, but the necessary and It is expected that the Sabin to be eaten at once. I .
booster shots had not been con vaccine may give llfetlm protec "And the final Important reason
tlnued. tion. for using the Sabin oral vaccine for sports gracing cars..choose




I I Conference CollapsesBANGKOK I & now IRELLI available at


Thailand (UPI) -- defend their integrity and man, to keep the conference going '

The crucial foreign ministers con- 'sovereignty and prayed to God to failed. Dunlop : i: : TIRE CITY
ference on the Borneo crisis col- "sustain us In the most serious : .,
lapsed yesterday and Malaysia announced moment in the history of our na- Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy
It no longer considersthe tion." succeeded in arranging the cease-

cease fire arrangement in The second round of talks among fire in the Borneo Jungles on a

effect. the ministers of Malaysia, Indo- special peacemaking mission to
nesia and the Philippines on the the Far East for President John- BRAKE & FRONT END :SERVICE
The Malaysians charged Indo- son in January.But .
dispute, which the United States
nesia with repeated violations of
fears could erupt into full scale
the cease fire. Malaysia had Insisted that
war, ended in disagreement after Alignment to Students 6.00
the cease-fire the
was dependent on
In Kuala Lumpur, Prime MIni- only two days. Efforts by the
Immediate withdrawal of Indone- Special Prices on Front End Repairs
ster Tengku Abdul Rahman calledon Philippines and Thailand, which
sian-backed guerrillas from its
Malaysians to be prepared to has been acting as the middleI -
Borneo territories of Sabah and

IttftptaMMMMNMMMMMMMaMBHHMMi MMMMMMMM1"***** *rfMMM WMMMMMHHMMBV JT MBm H Sarawak. Indonesia had refusedto
recall the forces until a politi- TIRE CITY
Milk Board Under ReviewORLANDO cal settlement was reached.


Fla. (UPI) Nearlyall Chairman C.O. Andrews Jr. of Indonesia had opposed the Inclusion -

Florida Milk Commission Orlando said as the meeting got of the two Borneo statesin 405 N.W. 13th Street Phone 372-5030
regulations went under review yes under way, that he thought the the Federation of Malaysia with
terday in the wake of a U.s. Supreme Court ruling,,could be Malaya and Singapore asa, "neo-
Supreme' Court ruling that the, "reasonably constured" so as 'to colonialist" plot by Britain to
agency cannot discriminate against allow the commission to regulate maintain power. The Philippines Terms Available.
out-of-state milk. out-of-state milk on the same to a party to the dispute becauseof Budget
The commission an old claim to Sabab, but has
meeting was tb basis as in-state milk.
not been involved in fighting. I
any
cover a range of subjects and
t" some members indicated the
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last at least two y11 L8 a,1I: ... .: :
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The Supreme Court ruling was
given In January In a case in
which a Pensacola distributor )
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challenged a commission ruling 11f'
that the firm could not purchase '
Alabama milk until after all avail- _

able Florida supplies were used. .,, Y 't I
But because of the ruling, the { Is your figure
commission has decided to check.

;G into Its other regulations, Includ- '
ing setting of price standards, 'T as good as new'4t

marketing pools and the ,recent ;
action of removing all controls .,.
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New Substitution Rules -- I




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By MARTY LURIE Gator fans express dismay as Also, unlimited substitution
Sports Writer they realize Florida will draw a could occur on second and third GLENN LANEY
five yard penalty for an Illegal downs with time out.
The clock has stopped.The
substitution. Such action Editor
occurson Sports
situation Is fourth down and I ,.
I ten to go for the Florida Gators, the the Gators.average of twice a game for -I would like to congratulatethe ant intramural program the
Head coach Ray Graves cast II: "This rule had everyone con- Alligator on its"excellent" answers to these questions
side long glance at the Gatol fused as to when players mightbe coverage of fraternity handball should, it seems, be in the
players on the sidelines and de.. However, next spason promises able to get into the game. intramurals. The staff of this affirmative, but the Alligator
cides to wave. in a new unit,. to bring better thli' j as the NCAA Many times Hal Seymour, Gator superb publication promised has completely neglected a,
rules committee has ironed out punting specialist had to be inser- complete intramural coverageat sport which is very popular on
most of the confusing substitution ted on third down to make sure the beginning of the trimes- this campus. Not only was thereno
when are problems which existed under the he would be in the game to punton ter, and I certainly am happyto mention of scores after the
old substitution rules. fourth down,' said Norm Carl- see that they have followed first round of competition, but
65% and 35% son, head of sports'publicity. through so well. Weren't all the match between PI Kappa
the handball scores from both Alpha and Sigma Chi to decide
good marks? The old rules stated that two Orange and Blue leagues printed the championship was given no
wild cards (free single man sub-,,. The NEW rules should eliminate ? Wasn't there some typeof mention at all, save thepVlntlng
stitutes) could enter the game on this problem. commentary on the best play- of the score: Pi Kappa Alpha ....
\ \ fourth down and when the ball ers in this sport? Weren't there ,4, Sigma Chi 1.
c changed hands provided the clock write-ups of some of the better The Alligator has vowed to
L-' ii \;X// was stopped. Starting next fall unlimited sub- matches, especially the finals give full and complete coverage

tltutlon will be permitted anytimethe match between Pi Kappa Alpha to all Intramural events. Let
11'R: clock is stopped and two wild and Sigma Chi? us hope that in the future It

::, the UP golf course has cards will be able to enter the In any college newspaper lives up to its promises.
game at anytime. which purports to be InterestedIn Jim Kirkland 4AS
:, a problem with lovers, according ,
and. Irufanenrt. *
the fraternity
: UI --r-n-
to Conrad Rehling,
"' The letter appearing with this column gives me an opportunityto
t golf pro at the UF golf "This should be better becauseit get something off my chest which has been plaguing me ever since

course. I have taken over this Job.
will give our coaches a chanceto
"We have no objectionto
concentrate on the technical Mr. Kirkland, I agree with you 100 per cent.
'
love, Rehling said, than they ever have
hav- Although intramurals are getting more coverage
than
rather
"but it is obvious that the side of the game about making legal In the past they still are not getting the play they should have..
to
ing worry
j slow couples, chatting and commented Carl- There Is a very simple reason why this can't be done.
II walking hand in hand, substitutions,
Space.
I really don't have their son. More likely than not, The Alligator comes out as an eight page
minds on golf." paper. More likely than not, Sports only gets one of these pages.
,:, :, :' :,:' : 11 The editor of The Alligator goes on the theory that sports should not
M I} Coach Graves plans to revertto comprise one-fourth of the paper, and although It hurts to say it, he la
the three-team system next fall.

Mural ResultsBlue One squad will be" on both' offense right.Whenever we go to 12 pages, Sports gets two of them. Sometimes
and defense, 'Go T am" will when we only go eight, Sports still gets two pages.
League -- SoftballDU specialize in Just offense. I have enough copy sitting on my desk to fill three pages every day.
I 8 PEP 7 Graves plans to wild card four But if you don't have the pages to put it on you have to condense and
PGD 8 DX 7 positions: quarterback, fullback,
4 XP 4 DSP 1 left guard, and center. cut.You condense those stories which are not as Important as, say a
Orange League varsity or freshman competition with another school, and you cut
SAE 5 ATO 3 those which have little relevance.Now .
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Hoffa Convicted Of Jury Tampering C TLS (Il~ I |, | | 10 y-'Ll S IL1 II imli ilt I 9 ' ine. fbi EWS' (4 'ir lii tfl I a est lahuIh(UInHl .I tnedte taken into techrnital rustodly p.end-mw posting if a 75,000 bond. The 12 -memnbe r pine! that 'V liberated the ,,ase for fly, hoiti s 4nd 41 minutes speciticaily fr~uild Thomaes .P~trks .rW d Ewlr K lW, both of NaishIvilke, zumIlt> Is the The til ilitnc ('(ii' Pf I'ILnI ,u Allen hot [moin, ( hIn ag0 iisurdlnte man(, lsc wa> rjtittel. lie 1h(d been chargeql with jiuling IwII in mn trv fixin ittuempt. The (01'iet run wa Fioffi's first 'i r 've trials by (edier ii tibnuials, Iiiititil.t j f.1iti iiI. X.1Mt Sii wi. ~ il It' r ,i i t .11 Ifoffa, 'tio ut i l vim u' shtan th it his lIf! l1hCcidii .'p p~ I ntly tI id mt titib'n~but il 'hiuleis i h it Ciii,! thii tin.' liii livt,ctisl I. eda h I liles Neil, the gmo' i e thief prOwectott nlinbg the my Ihimplit ing e., S id IThi. V nOt I OVOLIe. tI5')I Sew plt aS m to com' et tityon. Alligator Thursday,Morch 5, 1964 Reitz Approves New Policy Changes By JACKIE: CORNELIUS Staff Writer Policy changes affecting disci-plinary procedures at U! were approved this week by Pres. J., Wayne Reitz. The President delegated to the Dean of Student of Affairs the power to suspend students in certabn cases. He has been authorized to act in cases where astudent has a record of previous violations and whose offenses do not warrant more than a two trimester suspension. The Dean of Student Affairs now may, upon recommendation of the Dean of Men (or the Dean of Women), or the Traffic and Parking Committee, suspend anoffentding student who already has a record of violations, for a period of tine "not trimesters.' dent could be to exceed Formerly, suspended the two no stuwithout the approval of the president. The Dean of Student Affairs will be the decision maker for sutspension In the following cases: --When a student Is already on disciplinary probation imposed by the president a nd recorded by the Rtegistrarx --When the Dean the student is or' of Men's or than of Women's probation. --When he has ctuserl his car privileges to be revoked by the Traffic and Parking Committee, or has been it violation of a decision of the Traffic and Parking Committee. The policy change requires that UF VEEP PHILPOTT SAYS: 'If I By DONITA MATHISON Staff Writer "if I were a student, I'd gripe too," said UF Vice-President Harry MA. Philpoti yesterday, concerning the announcement made Tuesday of two three-und-onehal hour tests that all sophomores will be taking later this month. "But these tests can benefit the students if they want to make use of them,' he added. 'As a guideline, the tests will serve as additional evidence of how a student's education is progressing and may help some borderline cases decide whether It would be advantageous for them to continue in a particular ftedd.' Dr. Philpolt pointed out earlier that the testing program has been under discussion for two or three years at UF as well as at various junior colleges in the state. "Some students have wanted to know why we waited until now to announce the tests, but a final decision wans't made until February when the Council of Presidents of the different universities in Florida, under the Board of Control, met at the University of South Florida," philpott said. He added that other states such as California and Texas were experimenting with the new tests also,. "We hope to compare the results of our tests, if valid, to the tests of other institutions and see how our students stack up to their program," he said. Phipott explained that two problems prompted the decision to give the tests. First, there are large numbers of sttkients coring into anmer division and the uniA Stud these comprehensive tests'scores and the student's grades, we hope the data will be more significant," he said. Philpott said that ironm the total 1600 samples in the testing program, the scores willbe compared will, the student's grades as well as the results of his higit school senior tests. 'It will give us an opportunity to evaluate the effectiveness of the university college program," he said. In the testing program, there will he different kinds of scores for upper division. The Li 4 r -4 I student who makes lower than a possible minimum score, in the admissions policy by the Board of Control, should consider getting into another department or college or leave it up to us to counsel them out of the university. He pointed out that there are other levels at which such tests are effective. Tests ire required for law school, medical school and even admission to the .iniversity. "If the tests prove to be valid, it would be no sooner than three years before they would be es--4 ii tablished as a requirement for upper division,' Philpott said,. 'Then again they may never go Into effect, but sophomores who now feel like 'guinea pigb,' will be helping students, particularly from junior colleges, five year from today. The tests may also serve for improvement of univer sity instruction in the years to tome." lie said that is I general t r,'nd If students perform top-notch in three areas of the tests, for example, and do poorly int two areas, then there is a definite need to die something about the present ation of nai. rial in the latter, At Jail DAllAS (LUPI) -Jack Ruby reacted normally to the issassination of President Kennedy, but then got 'upset" and haunted the jail where Lee Harvey Oswald was held, witnesses testified yes terday at his murder trial. His shoulders squared, the 52year old nightclub operator bowed from the waist and pleaded innocent to the murder of the accused assassin. He fidgeted and took hasty notes as the first of a parade of prosecution witnesses testified that: -There was "nothing unusual' in his reaction when he first hoard the news that President Kennedy had been shot, Nov. 22. -Later he "stared'' arnd seemed lost in thought. -Tears filled his eyes a day later when he learned of the gifts stirt ittioni be re'icitmmttked to the deast only when te Student IS easily in violetiti of tht. terms of his probation, or hi. tomm fitted .1 ne w offense with far Is which are unquestiosnabls;" or, when a student waives, In writing, his right to Ippear before the Faculty Disciplinig committee. The policy change still requires the president's signature and the slgnatune of the chairman of the Faculty iDiscipline Comniitee Itn cases of thin nature where longer suspensions are recommended. Under the new provisions, the Dean of Student Affairs can requiro qithdrawal of a student from the university even though he is not guilty of a specific offense which would bring him before the Faculty Disicpltne Committee, but who 'shows himself to be an iiresponsible person, or a distrubIng infhnkenee." In such a Case, the Dean of Men (or the Lean or Womien) wotald litad ,.tempo rey committee, Composed of at lecust three persons sue h as coun,.lb rs or tee ulty miembe rs witi know thle slide ntam the situation, to review the Case. if this committee ds'ciies against his fiavur, it would recomm neixW to Ihi I p it of S ttudent Affairs thiat [lie student lie required to withdraw from the university.* The lie. of Student Affairs, upon studying thii case, may thin tcall for his with rawal. if thm student lots not want to :ccept the dean's decl'iuti, lie nmay .ipp.al to the pr n i n ''Such withudrawa.l, said Lean of Student Affairs fester IL. fale, 'should not be regarded as punitive or disciplinary, but as a do'isbon ten doted beesuse the student appears unable to take Advantage of the opportunity for ait education at the University of Florida. "This in no hasty judgment," he said. "'flese reasons might Include his health, his frame of mind, improper conduct, intent, capabilities or dispositionof character and performance. 'Jfust as studentss are admitted only under certainqualifications oi character and porforvnanc#, their position as a continuing student should be based on similar cr1teriL." a .-. Were ,t!r lai |tili i m1pel i -e , i i I

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Pc~e 2 V~e F~r IIq~ tor rl/ H -) UN Pec O k ITNITIKI NAI( )S U' [I) -Thp United Nations Security Counril yesterday unanimously approved the dispatch or an International peace forcr to Cyprus and appointment of a mediator to ind the strife between the island's Greek and Turkish commrniities. Secretary Gneral Thart 1mm.* NICOSIA (UPI) .Fresh fighting broke out Wednesday between Turkish and Greek Cypriots In northern Cyprus, and British troops rushed to the area to retr lestthree persons were reported wounded In the gun battles in the northern villages of Temblos and Kaza Phai. Fear of new violence .lso mounted in the western port of Paphos following reports that a missing Greek Cypriot shepherd had been found dead. The clashes -the first major incident in two weeks north of the Kyrenia mountain range -erupted as the U.N. Security Council in New York unanimously approved the dispatch to Cyprus of an international peace -keepilt force and appointment of a mediator to try to solve the communal crisis on this embattled island. In Athens, angry Greeks demonstrated anew against the United States and Britain over Cyprus and whitewashed a brass statue of President Truman erected last Ayeras a sgn of gratitude for GOP Not Running TALLAHASSEE (UPI) -Florida Republicans apparently have temporarily shelved a quest for major statewide offices and are concentrating their fire on state legislative positions. A check of candidates that qualifled before Tuesday's deadline for entering this yeai's campaigns showed that although the minority party is seeking the greatest total number of offices in modern state history, only two are on a statewide level. The GOP passed up entirely the state cabinet offices which rank almost with the governor inpower, ignored thed state hUtilities Comnseats in Congress go unchallengd. Only Republican -contested statewide offices this year are governor and US. senator. This is in contrast to 1960 when Republicans ran for governor, four state cabinet offices, a seat on the utilities commission and all but two congressignal seats. There was mo U.S. senate race in 1960. ice SF or dIately ,iski' a,,da, Sweden, inimand, Ireland and Brazil to prflvidle troops, ind pledged he would act quickly to name a .edlator. Troops from thP 7,O00man Britilh contingent flow on peace duty in the island also wern expected to comprise part of the interpa -. tional rorce. No immediate response was indirated by the five powers approached by Thant for troops, although some havp bepn reluctant to contribute lbecausp of provision that each country shall pay for Its own contIngent and because of internal legislative complications. A force of 10,000 men supplied Unless Dispos TALLAHASSEE (UP!) -Florida's bays and rivers face Increasing pollution from human wastes unless sewage disposal is improved in low lying areas, a water pollution committee said yesterday. The interagency committee, comprised of representatives of state agencies concerned wtth pollution, tackled the problem of contamination of Turnbull Bay inVolusia County and waterways mother sections of the state. The committee received a letter from the Volusia County Ciitons Committe, which sought aid in locating the source of pollution Effort To Cyprus B> iii itliih I rm uv i iazgn&.t I o l n I temrplatedi ujilci .mm would repci t to Thint tot lnforTiation if the Coiun( o;p ration's progr' S.'phi -n Ii t wh pii dv r'he soviet Umion, Ian tn (,echosto'akIia p rit.,stedr that thesp arrang. meiiis deleg itedt too much power to IThant and ci rc lmtvented the peace-keeping duty re9erved ir the Security Council. But after abstaining in a eparate vote on this part of the mleasUre, they voted fo, the resolution as sponsored by Brazil, Bolivia, the Ivory Coast, Morocco and Norway. Face a Pollution I mproves of the bay, located north of New Smyrna Beach. Pollution of the bay was firstdlscovered InNovembet, 1962 and oystering there was discontinued in March 1963. Sid Berkowitz, spokesman for the state health department, said all indications pointed to contamnination of the bay by the hundreds of septic tanks connected to homes in the low-lying areas around the bay. "it related to the growth of population in the area," he said. 'They all have septic tanks. 'The way to clean it up Is to have all those houses in the area put on a public sewer systeni.' Publicize Cit Transit Routes Slated A concentrated effort to better publicize p resent city transit routes and schedules was the tesuit of yesterdays meeting between Student Body President Ken Kennedy and Woodrow Shaw, president of the GaInesvIlle Bus Comnpany. Shaw outlined present routes and schedules which Kennedy termed, C Interesting.,.and not bad as far as routes and times."' Student Government(SC)can now evaluate the present system and possibly will suggest sonic route changes, Kennedy said. 'We are mainly interested In publicizing present routes and acquainting stud e ns with schedtiles," Kennedy said. At present a student could catch a bus on University Avenue, going east or west,every fifteen minutes. One route runs through campus going by the stadium, boys dorms, circles the J. Hllis Miller Medical Center, and rns back up 13th Street. Another route also runs down 13th Street by the girls dormitories. Girls could presently catch a bus on 13th Street approximately every hall-hour, and boys could catch a bus from the boys dorms every hour. Bus fare is twenty cents per rude. Tokens may be purchased for seventeen cents, and transfers are also available to students having to change busses. Calls For I I III(IK ita WI ''W(t illogical" to holster the dM1194e ~ormy lhi ugh tU ide w hi i onipcilvltioil fo r sequistei iii p opetties Was still \IMiiuter of State for 01eg Affa4I S L[tId Dundee sil heB, Cuba Ie1 1 1' 'i 1[ IOUSQ o I 01 [V oials for put fiilfre (if mI icllinery. The deals i eporteil ti I about two milIioni Iphenia ~ million) are held up piml prov al of necess ary erpitis. orrucials here hive s i p peatedly that British husi,'mqns Ca in no-trategic item, -..~ the dress sdres s ,.rr 1' 'N / S 1123 W. Univ. Tb. yoke around the top gtves this shift a special sort of emphasis. different shaping. The plet. rcfour to aside chambray denim, stitched in Navy. The sash 1s for the very un-hip. S tO 15. IGAN'S FR 6-2338 r ww ____--Force Ban DON Easter Vacation ? if you want to save money and see the world. The Sheraton Campus Representative vwill give you free a Sheraton Student ID or faculty Guest Card With it you can stay al any of 90 Sheraton Hotels round the .crld at special low discount rates even .nirr-m I ca' m wmm t 9 n m in a monm Groun rates fnr Page 2 G Men ido Mligator

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IL p t' ~' WASHINGTON SAYS NO Castro H l \\\ 'liN~n jirlel (,irooh d s en tos r ISUI siintmi mo ILLh IIt r. ~ offer e The Joh phon adm, Iin sti at 'on decldedl to make the base self-stlficient and Imdependent of the Cuban water up ply last month when Castro turned off Yateras aqueduct facilities .n retaliation for U.S. seizure of the crews of Cuban fishing boats poaching in Florida waters. Castro told newsmen in alengthy All collegiate Spring is C Offers im9-iIs .0~m m Ow rI'e.' IIspuLte Viii IeiL s tt l'I, 1)0 a s Upin t stti NI4pivoi riet t. teLW gain. I he J'mtatitet had been paying ( uba $14 ,C(X)i month tor water. fwo days dtr Castro ordered the cutoff, the U.S. atinouticed plans for .$10-iIll ion program to make the hape selfsufficient,. Whit,. House p: oss secretary Pierre Salinger, commenting on Castro's offer, said merely thw U.S. government had decided previously to get along without Cubat' | Loans Between 600 and 700 students will get a financial boost this trimester with thenew$225,00addition to student loan funds, Mat G. Grigsby, assistant to the Deal' of Student Affairs, said yesterday. "Students should apply for a loan as soon as possible In Room 128, Tigert Hall," Grlgstby said. "Because of the new funds from the National Defense EducationAct (NDEA), we are now able toextend loans to additional students who have financial problems,' said Gril e we are still required to give special consideration to those majoring In education, science, mathematics, engineering or modlanguages, students in the other college can qualify and are eligible to borrow through this loan source,' Grlgsby said. "We are taking applications for students who need a loan for this term, and also for those who want to attend the university for the third trimester but cannot due to lack in funds.' "The loans will be mSdeassoon as the mo ney arrives," said Grigsby. 'Before this year, the students in the air. cN-r THE BATISTE OXFORD Stride into Spfrtng in the attire Spring was made for -timely tunics of GANT craftsmanship and slndid fabric, frvn, the shop other shops would Water T o i il 'uorthiI nte 'rtet h 9 ilina star -ioni filling mnt( tastio'telsml'. (astro talked !teely of the I jx litic a] Nituit Ion to niewsnen tf nding a Mioroc rn E m rba'sVy UF To SS. at ( it Guantanamo is ii! till.' b *'sjonls" Ig I 'I esiderni Jo Hi ( istro s *II, but the same .N% ini th P.1tratiO,. Ca,,tro denied This have had to apply Sloan covering the ''.9-) I ii)u 1) libi i I Jh*w 'IN $t iut 'lotc sNi I t(ok office, polty has been e Kenntwuy admiln-tepxits abroad N~trhe 01 m a\ m\ik', \eLIpi \. Hokfp.Lleri box or 'ta > i prsenlt titiough iin Amerbin I Iil)i pilot 'Intnl IiItel~lut inm H iv a hlitaI,, The pilot, it jyor IBui s of Syi uie, N.Y., had '.ald the cigars were given to him by his doctor in Castro's name to take to Rockefeller. But C sst ro Wednesday denied ally connection withthegift. Trimester in January for whole academic year. Now they are able to get a loan during atrimestet to complete that term." 'The requirements for eiigibtlity are the same as the r.'gular National Intense loan," he said. Package Captain Killed WASHINGTON (UP!) -The Army Wednesday identified a U. S. captain who was killed while attempting to rescu, a Vtetnamese soldle~ during heavy fight-ing In Sotth Viet Nam. 'Th. army a i d Capt. Morris McBride died of bullet wounds In the head. "'H, was carrying a wounded VIMt Nam officer across an open field when caught in a cross fire of automatic weaponss' the army said. According to the law, an 4plicant must be in need of the loan in order to complete his course of study. Also he must be a full-time student taking no less than 14 credit hours during regular trimester and must miitain a C average (2.0) or more, Grigsby said. Asks UnityMOSCOW (UPI) --American Negro novelist James Baldwin told RussIan newspape rreaders Wednesday that only "the most radical and far roachjng changes nA moema society" can improve the Negro'. condition. W ri t ing In the Soviet government newspaper Izvestia, Baldwin said it "is absolutely clear that .htt Americans simply do not want to bring these changes into ,istente," Stereo Si," Hi Fl Reg. $2.98 ie TCHAIKOVSKY STRAVINSK'( SMETANA BRITTEN BLOCH GOULD RESPIGHI M COMPLETE STOCK( _ _ ) NEW CHAD MITCHELL TRIO & SMOTHERS BROS. at Reg. Price 'I I -' a~. red3. $3.98 $4.98 t a --CLASSICS RAVEL BRAHMS BEETHOVEN1 OUSORGSKY DEBUSSY )NHAND

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UF Studies T hat 'Morning After' Feelin +a ii\ II I lar to turn on Lih, w *1e1 taut '' Do you 'vt) wuiider why you t tI flIs rem t abe rad(Ircamrndeothe t tle nature of Ii ,amn. ii lee. S A .II, ufl. % $ p I S a e I a I a MONITORING DREAMS .is Dr. Robert Agnew during one of the tests being conducted at the J. Hllis Miller Health Center to detem ine the affectsof sleep and lack of it on the human Ii 1 I [' ' itt] J I jai I' t[ii' '' I t' I, tO It {'141N h UtImt itl\ F ii ,tuly &t WAjrt 1 ih'iii st2pp;or 011 1'ieu tIthII 114 \t agu 4 sleep~ is need ilrtill ew of Stage 4 sleep, thteif shdIbi ts of psychensis (i. IkklltICinItl{[S) This is i goodi p01mt [m tudnt to rememube,' whea ti VnII to Lg( without sleep for 3 x4 nderl per 1(1.1 at exam tim. Agnew went (In tl ay that the next stage Is the dreinm stagi. When the dream stage begins, tita eyes of the subjects wet e obse, vedl to begin rapid back and forth mc'ements. This ''dream"' stage lasts for an average of from one to oneand-a-hall hours. It is assumed that dream time is also''needed'' periMr causes neuroses. Another observation mide by Agnew and the resear th team was that the subjects did iot I emembir dreaming un ii been w akened, Ii'y perhaps Central ad enily ii I! In it I / N / 1. Vi' its. ll ildl, Cn 1. ii>h ti ond test to the Un,, ti1 way. If thi plh1 for, ,lteep, Ii icI en cy. Ft p WlIRED LIKE A HI-Fl .George Sooner 2MD gets set for a good night's rest as Dr. Robert Agnew makes the final adjustments to the devices that will measure Sooner's responses during hK sleep. Flor ida's Trash 'Big Fat Handshake' First Impression of By Piii Stiff I. U YEIt Wr te I ''A big fat Immigration officer with a finimlhandsliaki mule a hi g timipt'SS ion On mit, *'spec ally at 3 a.?m., said James flu, 7 JM. D)u whose C'h IineseDnam Is hlung Yi Dui related his first coitl at with the Ii. S. On .1 foggy m1o1ning in Sarn Prant isto. "I hmaid much ibout your counttry from my ma iy friei I n Ta Ipci, Tai wan but the Immilgritlo), officer left an fipiesslon that I will never for get,'" fu sid. Dlu came to the U. S. to study journalism on a full scholarship at Stetson University. 'I selected Stetson from the catalog available at the United U. US States Infto Il it ion Agency (I'.S.L.A.) office ini Taipei. The ('01(1 clmate dii not appeal to mHe and Stetsor, offet ed eleven journalIsmII (ou sos in th lititalog. A ftec about tw(> month'. if ioriespiitlrug Ste t sn Ottird met a4 lull scholai shIp,"' s.iid Di. Upon his anl Iv,? at Stetson in Sept. 1963, Dii was info, met! that the journalls m professor was no longi'r it thle school jind the i e ias only ne jout nilism course s.ilable. "I did not know what to do because I had to get my masters degree In order to advance on the newspaper in Taipei,"'said flu, -Apparently the American business world's demand for the college degree has effected China," said Dr, because I could go no further without a Mastersdegree.' Dii graduated from Taiwan Normal University with a BA in English. After spending orw semester at Stetson ih the 'absent" Journalism School Ste tsonh officials recommended that Du attend the UP school of Journalism. "Dii is not havir4 any difilculty with his english in newsTo0ndergo Spring C~eaning bee, Ians and whisky bottles, miay receive a fai'ie-lifting iin the tiei future. lie, titwest if saintesulle on MillThae Iceiinup Blea, a proposed TC( m iliy C litb I)IOltt, WaS Mub'A' 0 'I -A 9 cleanup idea, Is I C --st n I at th# University. According to PrIPSt,Ith hopper"' is to ni' m attraction, steps tnF will have to he takeLI. Sliding down th i''e 'Milhope, 011 ''I harmful ptar t wH' w the beauty of thi ul'FP' because it destroys th'II' added Frost. Destruction ci the toiv, ing in the' "MilhOLppet to serious erosion, :h 4"'I I natural beauty of the ale' The club hopes to two trails leading Iinto Ilt \l hopper," one on the eastte one on the west. Also included in thi I 1T provement oftheparkiL I]It Frost stated that a 'ee1L sent for a meeting ofal rt interested In the clerlu) palgn. l Construction of the one tiail been partially completed bYpa and Grounds crews. th r The crews worked or'1 r last trimester, according t rector of the physical Plant "in C. Greene. VI Cat

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$5MillionSaved By Fraternites III TTlllin p)er v4I111 11 potde 'iin ployment ror I 20 lilmesvglut i Idents with ain inniuji piyrull Vmir Ing $260,000, epor ( bhar les \t a!-. boy, U F lute rfr aternlty Counei I (IC) president. 'The Zt> fraternities provide housing for about 1,000 I'F men and the national average cost for housing a college man is $5,000 per year, 'he said. Using these figures a savings of $5,000,000 in UP housing cost *R realized. "House mothers, cooks, and house boys umake up the majority of those employedby fraternities," he said. Malloy also mentioned that Pbx Kappa Psi social fraternity is expected to become number 27 in the UP fraternity system next September. 'About 26-30 pci cent of UF's male undergraduates belong tofra-, ternitles,'" he slated, 'this Is normal In American, colleges.'' "Fraternities in the South, ex. peclily the Southeast seem to be expanding faster and with more success than any other area in the country,' Malloy remarked. "The trouble spoc where fraternities are receiving most of their criticism Is in the Northeast,' he said. Racial problems about pledges versity officials In feeling Ada ms Un'that 11h rilLiLSe!S Lf Mt'~lw!)II l md solution, lluy meha. ''Howfetir, fraiIriiittts it I' he tideI. Ises idest fi inaoc iiaangle, M UIcy I ndieated the community, social, and scholastic services provided by fraternities. Blood drives, Christmas parties, a Heart Fun'! Drive, aid to underprivileged children and a chuirty basketball game aie the main community services-. Fraternities ,ponsor the two largest social events of the year Fall and Spring Frolics. Also, fraternities and sororities do about 80 per rent of the work fox Homecoming. Three scholarships and short term loans are provided each year by the IFC to needy fraternity me"n. 'This past year the fraternity average was well above the allmen's average and has been above the non-fraternity mlens average 11 of the last 20 years," Malloy stated. "Fraternities are emphasizing tschoiarsbips more and more," he said, 'I find that characteristics in today's pledges are changing." "No longer is the big drinker and hell raiser, who lasts one trimester, what the fraternities are looking for,' he said. 'Today, fraternities are looking for the man who can stick around long e nough to help the brotherhood." he said,. T o E nforce Contribution Law fALLAHASSE E (Up!) -Secretary of State Ton, Adams set out yesterday to strictly enforce Flor ida's "who gave it, who got It" campaign contribution law. In arn unusual move,Adams mailed to every candidate a brief resume of what Is expected of them under the law along with the warning that he feels an Increased responsibility to "reasonably but firmly" administer the intent of the law in all areas. Prom now on, he said, caadidates must list the full names and addresses of campaign contributors. This is the first time the secretary of state has laid down suet Court No Says Lawyers TALLAHASSEE (UPI) -'The at eel notrequired to provide breakers seeking to get 01St of prison under a new criminal prOcedure rule, the Supreme Court rued yesterday. Adopted by the high court a year 1g0, Criminal procedure rule one requires convicts seeking release from prison first to go back to the court in which they were convicted to start release proeediungs. Tbe rule Was adopted shortly afttr the U.S. Supreme Joirt naled that the state must provide free attorneys for insola requirement and many candidates for governor and other offices have n ot b e en listing street adresses of people giving them money. Some have put down such uddresses as simply 'Miami" or some post office box In Jacksonville. Others have identified contributors by nick names. Adams said he feels the law intends that names and addresses of contributors be set forth iii stif.ficient detail that the person could be reached by mall at the address. CHA RLI E Dickinson To 1 1 MALLOY Here The St Udc en t Organized for Dickinson anicown i ye'ttrdiy they a I 1 invit ing LIFstudents to ''Meet B ld Di k Inson" Monday March Ii. Dickinson, state senator fromt Palm Beach County, is a gubernatorial candidate. According to Dan O'Connell, chairman of the organIzation, phone committees have been set up to call university student leaders and invite them to attend. Students will have an opportunity to meet Dickinson at the Gainesville Woman's Club from 2:30 to 5 p.m. Monday. ''We extend invitatIons to all students to come and see Bud," O'conel -a Anyone who would like to work in the campaign should contact club officers, he said. ST EAK I $1.95 HALF POUND (Jeorgia Country GriU, & Redt lye Gravy 'GOODLEA TING PODNENR' at thr TOW ER HOUSE 'd4 R It We know you like the because I'm your son. we need kelp, mainly creative writers on ti o3 magazine, Mom, but that's For EVERYBODY to like it, from artists, cartoonists and campus who would like to ye. If ,Union. Nj )Kil~ AA~1~H (S (ws I .i ii, Ii0 e t f lb cloiuy lipuat AM Nit'ierdty In ITla-hamree, will speak on ''Raw Reistions and the Now Agenda for liighti i dura. 'In,, iot tIin 01 eremories will also he held on March 13, from 3:4 to S:30 p.m. in room M-12, Health ('enter.Loans Available Funds for scholarshIp loans for preparation of teachers and nurses are flow available in the Scholarship SectIon oftlhestudentsoi vice ('enter (hub). Coffee Social The coffee social for sonlors and graduate mien which S d Ni /MH '4 a 1:! ok~S r Briefs I N? ii 'I b u ii %I.4. Group Leaders \p~I'ctltIls iiP wtweIing .iciepti' nH.om .!9,Trige rt I~ill fuor orlentatohl group leaders for' the summer and fall prOgramPS. Ballard To Sing hank flalhard and the MU,nights nationally knwwn rero rIi ng si als, will ronnd Out Frolicsfor AlphaEpsilon P1 and Kappa Sigma at a joint party Saturday night at the Alpha Epsilon P1 house. Hank 11*11 artd, origina-. tor of the twist, will present two forty-five minute shows. Tnembors of the respective traitnrnltles and their date. -nan, I p F H A 9 C' 'EC~ "MoTher, PLEASE S., xther g4d My S4if!" see their student magazine grow and impro you see any, send them around to Room 15 summer term stripes Tapered Ta Fit Your Figure.Authentically Tailored Add good tnst. to the summer term, whether you're at leisure or offies bound, with our University Row dress shirts. Manhattane tailors them in th. classic tradition, of fabrics selected for easy maintenance as well al lasting good looks, this shirt of St. yves woven stripes, formistance. 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Poqo ?> F ~ 2 edtitorials Covering 'The Nfiddlc (Ground ,pnhr U clryrmlit e)xJrjm h i re t i joilit gui'Iar'i F inLtr I 1r I;~ u tudL aadeih elhiedvor. Thime ,(()reS Ue gIve il dlmfhiSt iiiblty rmvrente fl counsellnii the students ten the sels tioijof ,J4JI)[l field, .piI .i tIrst Gouise uif studly. When the student omplet.' hI~s utie, grdduatv work, hr i again sub Jected to the vacuum cleaner effect of "total testing' t the Graduate Record Exam (GHEf), whose score may have serious implications concerning his entrance into graduate school. Now we are gratified to learn that the middle ground of education (upper division) Is no longer being ignored as the trend towards (Ofltinual evaluation takes one heavy step more near completion. Obviously educators believe the step betweenlower and upper division to be Important enough to warrant pause to re-evaluate one\ position and past education. The past few years, however, havi, seen more and more provisions whereby basic courses may be waived tofacilitate an Increasingly early specialization; and the Associate of Arts degree, received after the traditional two basic years work, may have come to mean, something quite different from its original conception. In which case, the newly proposed exams may answer the question of whether our old friend the comprehensive basic education is stiil with us; and if so, how it con-pares with other universities and other years. For the time being at least, th. exam will be nothing more than a guidepost for the university and a slight(?) inconvenience for the students and even after the university begins using the scores as part of the consideration for the acceptance of sudcentsito th spper vision, we doubt that it will preSo if the university is willing to take on the additional responsibility of another testing phase, the student should be willing to rise to the challenge of matching his education and intellIgence against those of others; .If for no other reason, we may answer like the mountain climber, ''because it's there''. Because "there'' it will be. Tests are like old ~otdiers and temporary dorms; once established they are as indestructabie as Tigert Hall itself. And, thu.,, the initiation of the "Bachelor's RecordExam (BRE)'" (our tag), may make going through school similar to an ant crawling along a meter stick, under a microscope, with a dynamometer on his back and a direct hot-line wired from his antennato the IBM machine keeping him posted on his progress. W.C.N. The Florida Allig ator Served by United Press international Editor ..W alker Lundy Managing Editor .Bill Fuller Assistant Managing Editor.John Askins Editorial Editor.f.Wayne Nornleet Sports Editor ..Glehn Laney l4ire Editor.Bob Thlomias Feature Editor.Cynthia Tunstall Campus Living Editor .udy Lynn Prince Editorial Assistants .Ernie Litz, Gall Sobering, Nancy Zimmet, Betty Wendt, Betsy Garrison, Steve Vaughn, Sue Dobbie, Charner Powell and Rual Chandler. Reporters .Jim Cauteilo, Phil Hevener, Joel Gaston, Douglas Molitor, Donita Mathison, Sally Stock, Carol Nobis, Ann Carter, Joe Kollin, Pam Pulley, Agnes F'owles, Bob Detoach, Fran Snider, Judy Teich, Evaui Engle, George Mims, Phil Geyer, Don Federnman, Becky Quinn, Larry Zimmerman, Jackie Cornelius, Patti Pitt, Gary Williams, Don Davis, Terry Rogers, Sue IHaugsted, Joyce Kilmer, George Elmore, David Sumner, Jay Haviser, Joe Zeigler, Joy Cherry, John Clendenon, Nancy Brachey, Tom Millsaps, and Milite Gornmaun. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaper of the University of Florida and Is published five tinies weekly except during the months of May, June, and July, when a weekly issue is published. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is entered as second class matter at the United States Post Office at GaInesville, Fla. ROTC Sharpens Appearance EDITOR: You say you got caught by the city dog catcher for running lose without a tag, and Dean Adams had to comec down and bail you out, Well mister, If you had been taking ROTC this would have never happened to you because all cadets are required to have tieir hair cut at least once every two weeks. You say your parents came down for open house last weekend, and you are now disowned because the smell of wearing the same clothes since the beginning of school repelled them. Your only defense was wouldn't have to depend on the turkey buzzards following you to class to give you the hint'. You learn to look sharp and be sharp by taking ROTC which is something none of the C-courses or any ot her university level course will teach you. ROTC doesn't teach academic subjects, but then it Is aot set ip to teach them. It is set up to teach military science. Not everyone is cut out to be a military whiz and neither is everyone cut out tobe ascience, English, math, or political science whiz, but each male Ui. of F. shaEDI'TOR: Joan Didion, who reviews motion pictures for Vogue Magazine, wrote in a recent issue: "I like movies, and app ro ac h them with a tolerance so fond that it will probably strike you as simple-minded. To engage my glazed attention, a movie need be no classic of its kind.I ask only that it have its moments. I will even go so far as to admit an ineradi-cable affection for certain movies which lack even moments, but have, instead, an impenetrable gloss of spirit and charm and Reviewer Deserves EDITOR: As a follower of the Alligator, it is my contention that Don Federman, theatre reviener, should be allowed as much column space Campus Paper? EDITOR: we want a student newspaper! We want more Federmnan. There are seven state newspapers that handle the national scene. How about one that covers campus news. The perspective of a uni versity campus should look toward growth of the mind and opinion and critical mtulysis. If you think the claptruipin Time mag is goodthen copy your damned reviews from it, but may I sug.goat instead Esquire's, or if you want at least good mediocrity then Groter of the limes. How come the Minn. Daily can devote one-third page to review? J. MI. Herman J. M. Shial -'F Federman 's EP)ITOR. This letter Is in response to your request for views on Don Pederman's movie reviews. I have long been irked by Mr. Federman's reviews on the''fin.eat'" movies (principally at the State Theater) while he continuously neglects the "less-stimulating" movies at the other theaters, espocijly the Gainesville Drive-In. Let Mr. Federman St Reviews go write for some other find someone who can ordinary movie as well work of theatrical art. Irk paper and enjoy an as a great That s o me people enjoy the movies shown by the State Theater is obvious in that they remain in business; it is equally obvious that three other theaters lnGainesville stay in business also, and it follows logically that there are more R eader people who enjoy ordinary movies than the ''finest" movies shownby the State. I personally enjoy both and wouldI like to see short (6-10 inches is fine) reviews on all the movies currently being s ho wn, whetiem they be excellent, medIocre, or poor, since these terms are all relative to the viewer, and neither Mr. Federman nor anyone else can predict what an individual likes to watch. Many times, by the timid' Friday rolls around, I have had about all the "great" things I Ca,, stand for one week and I have no desire to go see a movie which requires concentration, deep thought, and often the insight of a master critic, to understand. I couldn't care less if there is some divine message or it the move exposes the subconscience of a brilliant director.!I do enjoy however, movies like"TheSword andthestone', 'Tom Jones", andothersof asimlar nature. In fact! even occasionally enjoy a good chiller, or science-fiction movie, or otjh er such "less-stimulating'' movies. There are three final comments I would like to make. The first is that I find it impossible to believe that asingle theater's program (the State) would require Mr. Federrails "undivided attention"'for all of March, unless of course, he has to see each movie a half dozen times or so to understand it. Or possibly he intends to treat Us to more of his own plots in between reviews of the State's movies. The second point is that I think Mr. Federman's policy of not reviewing the Florida Theater's movies because they are segregated is stupid and unfair to any Alligator reader seeking rev ie ws of local movies. Whether the integrationist. like it ot not, there are a lot of people, particularly in the South, who don't mind the Florida being segregated, and in fact, Ire probably in favor of it. Last, it is important to note that PMr. Federman belives and SO stated that he does not have any commitment to the AllIgator, and Owes nobody a favor, which I assums Includes the studenty body. If thi i so, why is h wrngat. al? What is hi. purpose? I suggest he has no purpose. attractiveness, airily impervious to even the most spurious stabs of reality.'' The Impressive part of Miss Djidion's comment is that she likes movies. At times, it seems as if too many movie critics don't like movies and their dislike shows up In the vitriolic reviews they write and in their absurd excuses for not writing them. Unfortun-. ately, there appears to be adot of people with a very limited concept of the word 'entertainment." Randall Robins 4Er) Requested Space as he requests, in order to present his criticisms to those who are desirous of reading all that he wishes to express. Since the movies offered by the State Theat re are, in most instances,'the only challenging films to be seen in this thriving metropolis, why not give thorn the exposure which they deere Believe it or not, those of us whose minds are, evidently, operating at a more accelerated pace, become annoyed when watching m ov ie s which display nothing more than trite and r id icul o us situations, which rovedl the usual Utopian endings. These are sickening at best, unworthy of Cr rnment. Why not clea, the way for good accounts of films which appeal to imaginative minds? Could not the full-page coverage of big Frat and other such rot be cut-down to a reasonable size or (hopefully) eradicated to m ak e room flor a column of merit? Ricki Miller, 2UC Why Don't Yo Coprmie EDI'TP: with him, but the presencoof critiSome Critics Like Movies 4-

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<.1 M I ri 14 J Lii Gcr man Pa per ( 'isk For I BJ, Nit in I 'II I N [ a j N I 'F gil N vs ~rl ilv .1 ,iiate summit conferercw rnetween president Jiohnso it Fi erch President charkes de Gaulle. The suggestion came from the Kied newspaper Kieler Nachrichten and was a reflection of g ro wing West German concernover the rnt between the United States and France,. Said the Ki eler Nachbu va&] i Inil ish Is that bettwee 'W ihiin ton anid Must ow.' Other West Qurman newspaper have expressed themselves in similar vein. The Stuttgart /eitung said the West German government s ho u Id warn both nations that their pr sent course may enwr ap them both In catastrophe." Extramarital Se: By Peter A. Bertocri professor of Philosophy, Boston University (El)ITOR'S NOTE: This is the first of a four part series. We believe It to be of significant value in stimulating rational thought on Subject now the center of controversy on many levels throughout ihi nation.* and therefore offer it for your consideration.) The age of the pill is upon us. Oral drugs are now available that cat' prevent conception nearly 100 per cent of the time, while improvements in effectiveness and in facility of use are to be expected in the not too distairt future. Such developments bring the time closer when people of every social stratum In every nation canplantheir families to suit their ability to care for them. But granted that "the pill'' (as I shall call such contraceptives) can help to prevent overpopulation, it poses new problems In our evaluation of the place of sex in human life, both before and after marriage. The pill has wiped out the case for suppression of sex insofar as that .tse depended on the posslbilitythat pregnancy might result from sexual intercourse. If the case for chastity ever did rest, in whole or in part, othe fact that sexual relations couldproducepregnancy, that foundation lit been undermined. For if the proper contraceptive precautions are taken, it is now possible to have sexual intercourse from puberty to death without worrying about pregnancy. No one can talk to intelligent youngpeopleon or off the campus, within or outside the church, as I have in the past 12 years, without being tsked: 'If one can have sexual intercourse with no badl biological re-, suits, what's so badl about it?" These young people can find support from articulate exponents of a new morality: sex is fun; it could be 'set without guilt" were it not for blue-nosed Puritans who no longer "know ikscore" and can't be happy if they are not promoting frustration in uthervs. A' K a e I F th om~ tit h i t ele itself fmt 0 ii the other in either tOUrse the Ge mails see disaster. On the one hand the GO mans see the United Stat using both Bonn and Ron as fulcrums to exert pie: sure on De Gaulle, thi adding new deterrents Euro, 's already pain! And It. \t ria, Its i 1l, tin. ne ba t tel many thit I rne might eventually sunppxrzI r-a theory of a peri naenty I dt'Ided Germany. rIn l~eGaulle's fortheonhPs Ing vIsits to latin AmenIme ctat, nations they nee a Do sGaulle i t te mpt, In the us words of the [ubeck News, to to "demonsti ate to Latin bi America that a country can The Pill In talking to parents, pastors and teachers I have often found them beset by a feeling of helplessness before the need to give an adequat. answer to the questio.: "If we aren't just exploiting each other fur momentary gratification, why should we not express our love sexually, especially now that foolproof precautions can be taken?' Nor is it easy to rind ground. for contact with the young couple who argue: We know that our sexual Inttmscies are not approved by our parents, society or our churches, and we know that we probably will not be married -we are not engaged -but we enjoy each other and can't for the life of us understand why anyone should object, especially now that contraceptives are really contraceptive!'' Incidentally, such comments come from young people who are not just silly or ''immature," who are antisocial or rebellious, but from young people as sincere as they are candid; they believe -with the parents, teachers and pastors -that their society must keep in step with new facts about man and nature. And today they are asking why societal regulations should not change in the light of new discoveries about contraception. I believe that so far parents, the school, and the church have for the ma) part given these young people a stone when they asked for bread. If we are to stop ducking questions such as those I have quoted above, we must be willing to talk candidly with each other, We must cease to be Inhibited by fear lest wegivethe wrong answer in an admittedly comnplex area of human experience, where whatever evidence we have is difficult to evaluate. I may be quite wrong -hence I invite further discussion -but [ think a reasonable, if not iron-clad, answer can be given to young people who are willing to think through the implications of the question, with special attention to the considerations posed by the improvement in means of contraception, and arrive at a policy valid and acceptable, (To be continued tomorrow.) Clarifies Technically on.the records I'm still a Florldastudelt.SoCialllmvery much a Florida student since many of my best friends attend, my pin mate attend, and my fraternity is located at the University of Florida. in this letter I'm, not attempting to apologize for what I believe in. Position No one, no matter what position they hold in education, can make me believe that this or any other university is so perfect that it cannot be Improved by sonic helpful criticism. It might even~ be possible that a little upstart universIty 133mIles south of Gainesville could, -s a working example, even show the University of Florida a better way to educate Its students. Anthony Charles Capitano NEW LOCA TION OFFICE EQUIPMENT 604 N. Main Street Month-of-March FILE CABINET SALE. 4-drw letter size-49.LC 4 drw legal si ze-69.50 --3'x6' Work Tablei, Desks -wood & mnetal Chairs -all types Typewri tens & adding machines A LL O N S A LE F R 2-9607 Flrst 12 customers buying a typewriter March 2 at 8:30.We hove 12 going r 10 sfA FA-W I ear Editor, Several weeks ago I wrote a letter to the Tampa Tribune mainly because I thought that I had something to say tbat might give Interested Tampans some nill deserved pride in their now university. Late Iarnetht my gator, and was receiving a very cOntroversial response from both students and the adlnlnistra.Uon. As I said before, the letter was written mainly in recfgliOfl Of Achievement to the UnIversity of South Florida, but from the rebuttals that have recently appeared in the Alligator it seems as though I, with revenge in mind, was deliberately attacking the University of Ploridt. In my previous letter I did c ri ticize the University of Florida, and now several weeks later I still believe for the most Part that my criticisms are valid. I sincerely believe that aperson has every right in the world to express his beliefs as he sees them. For this reason I will not attempt to attack the people who criticized my opinion. Personally I Can see whjy 5oml'nf would feel respoflsibl. to stand up for their University and defend it against untruths. what i can't WnderStAnd', however, Is how a person can dooII li st s91' ii eridt wii k tot got Oil A basis of t Iut ilhpi thiiius p iionl. In I jfii A merlca, the editorials suggested that France might take over part of the burden now borne by the United States. lin Southeast Asia, France might contribute to a 11olutlon otherthanever deepor involvement in war. Temple ,rng.s6,edoz Rag .Oranges 59edoz Apples )Oe eoch Green Onions 15ebunch Celery I5e bunch Carrots 15C package Lettuce 25e head Chinse abbgeO Grapefruit 2/15e Idaho Bakers V 1Oe Irish Potatoes 5lb/33e Fresh Garlic 15c box OPEAI Wiqurs Of Carry Village PA NELL g : .* Union"Rooms Campus orga'tisaion. may pick tqi applicutioms for roo m space in the Florida Union for the spring t r im es ter tthe union desk. Deadline for returning the completed applications is March 20. Capitano Sartorial Splendor at.-De Gaulle

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Archer Village, Lot B-IS see 5:30--7:00.(A-l08-4t-c). Es For Sale \\[ -Hi [ ['NM U 1PK FI'RI hAT'. Pe tit on ball. i/e Donigan's or rail 110i-c). UP. S WIl I fet{ for pIL*. I hui re it 6-2338. (AWould the pci sot who IlImpel th 1ThI Kappa Alpha F rat. pit' at the C. F. I auicry please Ii ll Duke Schirard at Phi Kapp. Al-. pha house. Pin Is 40 yrs. old. Reward (L-IlO-3t-c). -U a "s Mii! rwnd th. word with ae GOLDWAfl 'TRADING STAMPS' "Trmd-in Jh een foe Barfly Goldwter?) The. n.ws ommpirn 4dS .ines Uh bumwr-.Uebr Joan nh. tho.sandk whM sat pla&.a th. stimtray.i gold stamp otn *h1 of te e help ouit ilarry in lh. Wka. in lcitlhi jilIlI. M. %. [ s Itli. iiil 2Personal ID .'rnlt huedl a ri lhiiycle with ,elri si. 'ii Fusdtv Mlarh 3. IRet iirn tci SS h5 i' vrhhouse. 1l0-t-c). The Best %tL(Is matd tlio-\eciii 4pr1ng-step. New 9prm1W i mI S ,ier line. F or IApointmlent sil Mir. i tSmTal a H R-20. @109 -U-c). I For Sale A [l-CONI)ITT)NEI) 3' x 10' Mobile home-set up with 20' x lot iwninrg and 50' TV antena on shady lot In Hickory Hill---Ready foreox(flient lor da living. $3,250. Call FR 0-6548 aftc'r 5:30. (AHOT.EX 16-mm roll-load turret movie camera. Normal and wideangle lenses. $100. Room II, Florida Union (A-It-If-c). ATTENTION ralleyists. 3.Heuer stop watches on chromed mounting plate. Perfect Condition. R. Cowles 312-7748 nights. (A-86ti-c). Clean Hollywood bed, slightly used, reasonable. Call 2-3032 alter 6. (A-109-3t-c), LOST: I 1962 class ring with the name Seminole High -initlis: MCC -lost botwein Tigert Hall and "Gator Pond' --cont act Mike Champion. Ft 2-.K30'7. (I.-108 4t-c)NOW*2Suspense Hits! F IR ST R U N! Open 6; Shovw at 7 pm ot 7 & 11:19 2nd hIt at 9:00: Joan Crawford * Bette Davis WHA TEVER HA PPE NED TO BABY JANE? starts friday CHIL.DRE N of the DAMNED C R SPECIA L WEE KE ND SA LE! 1111111111 I l $1.25 Tickets for 90e j VOW'*LL Mobile homiw 15' x IC' 2--br. $2700. E cell e t condition. (all F H 6-2970. (A -110-t-ut. One 5 acre tract of Iandi located on Slate Road 241 or Farnsworth Road. For information call FR 6-5641 after 6:00 p.m. (A -1102t-c). MILL E N US -HIE NEISt)N'S MIIIL STORE, U'. 5. Hwy. 19 Cry stal River, Fbi. -Only I hour IS min. from Univ. Iiteratlly TONS OF TOWE La AND MILES OF I.ABRICS. Seethe lovely colors available for your home. IRREGUlAHS OF FINE QUALITIES. Many first quality Items also. Our carpet ends are beautiful and about threefourths off. '1he finest bedspreads one-third off. Tel. 795-3399. (A67 -tf-c). Silk organza floor length wedding dress with chapel train, short sleeves. Size 7. $50. 8-8794 O'Kay Trailer Court. (A-lb0-St-c), Autos For trade -Jaguar XK 140 for other sport car. Call 372-6755. (G-lI0-3t-c). 1963 MIcrobus VW, 4 months old, new condition, radio, heater, 50 horsepower motor. $2300. 3n764960. (G-hO0-St-c). 1963 Tempest convertIble. Midnight blue-color. 8000 mtles $1995. Owner getting married. 8-8904. (G-lO9-St-c). 1959 Simca-4 speed transmission. Completely over-hauled, Goodgas mileage. Best offer. C.11 Libby AXO house. 2-9249. (G-l09-3t-c). MUST SELL: '57 Mercury, 4 dr. H. T. Radio, heater, 5 good tires. Must see to appreciate. Bestoffer Phone 6-7449. (G-108-St-c). t

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iF Humanities I ~resents Mozart I \ ii 'it -Ii Autos I IN( OL, -2 door. (rg~cost $7,000. Must sell at oiwt' puch<1 to $2,100 wrtlh new Ag vi. (all P 2-3251 aftvr Iau For Rent I fun rsher! rooms apt. Avarl.ble ii 1st. $G5. (all afte, tv %-1q02. (B-lO8-At-u)-. UMSh I C I ME N -(The bloc k atniapus. Central heat, aix co'iumiing, utilities furnished, $35 nrmonih. Double occupalifv. l cdRealty C'0. 121') W. int>sity Avye. (8-92--tf) btedroom furnished api. 702 N. -an. $60 month. 2-3794 or 2:A. (8-110-If-c). or rent to men students. DlouSroom in private home, (enal heat anid all conditioning. riviate entrance and bath. Close University. FR 6-6848. (B0-31-c). OP RENT -Need three male xommates to share large apartent with T. V., Hi-Fl, L arge ltchen, study room. $100 per rson covers summer trimester. >see, call Jeff at 22880. (8M -tf-p). )r Rent -Trailer with cabana-tre l11s Guynn Village Bar'i Shop, Archer Road Village. argc, comfortable front corner>(lim. Located downtown. A imged for 2 male students. Kitch* mid other privIleges. 6-4592. -104-tf-c). Club Concerts uk [N it I ttii' I ,J I I r *1"S Ilie [litpuxse Ke u1 09 'S e pil-, hi i 4(I' t ,'vihii ilL~ .i goes eyon thaiu~, [U. rI, e p h nt i b I r.[H me 'sIi ply lit p .11 t me a ntu'II stuidt and tnot mh liihiumitrs I F'iik nkhius' opnto 'ii iki'liit 11111r Km itdo M to or -j ei li's ph (v lid I C giei evdt y JMornmav right W valker Au-. it'll'uihai insist of micvies, slides ,itud thapt iim 01 itlhng of cut stainig iltistie m mius'' ii wUI ks. 'ThFis ph ,tbleme~ yre t iIght now' is trying. U, nune st mhur students in the club. Next yo~u wI pliri to woik with the ( -3 (mnglIsh) department and obttaiu programs (oI gentril interest to e veryone. We will attempt to change the time 'ii I!' rC 9. $ aw It t I I 1. \A~i n fl ~1~ I -i I N I S N I.' -Il S V I' 9 S I I ,~ H E RE SA T URDA Y Gregg Smith Sge of the program to make it more The G;regg Smith Singers under lyceum Council Presentation. cotivemenit lot the1 student,' Funkthe direction Of Gregg Smith will Termed by some reviewers the house r saod. apear on the LIE campus Saturday 'most distinguished choral night at 8 p.m. in the Iianiversity ensemble to be presented to the B und y Appointed Auditori"m. The Si"ngers a American publiei in almost a WASHINGTON (UP!) -The Senjte Wednesday confirmed WIIfWdson Op poses R alph Turlington liam P ,,yBud ,sasitntsc tary of state for Far Eastern fairs. He succeeds Roger Ilsman Jr., who resigned. President Johnson moved Ilundly from the Defense Depax tent, where he was assist ant secretary fot inter national security affairs, last week. The Senate also co,,firied the nioriaticin of E Thent G. Mathews of ( alifornia as new [.5. amlussTdor to Nigeria.' Attorney Richard J. WIilson, LI I graduate who i .cejved hbis law degree In 1953, has announced hIs candidacy fox state i epreseutative rom Alaphu n C ount y, Wi Ison I will oppose Ralph Turlitnglon, pr'seint Alachuai County Pep. Following griadatloui, Wilson was appkiflted law clerk to Ui.5. District Judge George W. Whiteburst, a postion which he held for two years. lie was all assistant --S ----n-I (LI ----Under the new; roo I r 1 ,ou .IJ a ne. n cur Col gSt Jind lie was a leader in the drive to bring alcoholic beverages under legal control and worked to keep Alarhua C'ounty's school superintendent an elective offie., professor In the. F51! business school in 1956. SInce l957, Wilson, who is a member of the FlorIda bar, has bevn practicing law in G>iin.es. vIlle. Thefts Hi A rash of thefts of g,1' VS "willets'' In the main library hts tucen brought under investigat In by the camlpus police, actor ding to C. WVason, camupu. polInt iinu'sU A suspect his b,.n fliunid ,wI I, still undei 1iu.stloni,u, Waisohi s id Approx nmutel y 12 wallets wire taken bet we.,n iir. 18, 1963, utuI Jan. 14, 1964. Ten of the 12 were taken from pocketbooks netur the bibliography room. There have been no reported thefts since Jan. 14, 1S64,. According to Watson, money and It) cards were sought by the thief. Most of the wallets were later round t de ide," the group of young southern Cailforhians is currently making i thIrd 10 week tour of the United States and Europe. Theirrepertoire ranges from the complex contemporary to the mush' of the Renainsan~ce and includes classic choral works anld America,, Folk music. The Gregg Smith Singers were formed In 1955 by Gregg Smith, a graduate teaching assistant In Iih. music duonam mni of the In, AngeleI < n m p is, Uiniversity of (alifortia. AdCIIlssioi, is frei to sliieeit. using theIr dent Ifly at iron card. Library empi;ty around the lIbIrjry. The thefts oc ured close to holidays, especially 'ear C hristmas, "rcor ding to In .Ma.rgar.4 Goggie of the lih I y tff. nail for nieoiu.y 11.11 ti, hlidlcay season? r. (Auggin said. l~iset Schiulbb, 2t( the thiers latest vitim, stiui $22 was taken from her wallet In January. ''My wallet was in my jnckethook, and I had left It under my coat on a table near the card catalogs," Miss Sc h ubb said. ''While I was working and looking up references, someone took the wallet." -) a -----. ------

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2,0 Suents Get Immunization ClIuILuIIJ,.t g ILm~subp it te (oiversily rut f icr 'Ia by tent'ing h.11b1 oral Va(ine, ,aii [)irector Samuel Wright of the Student Hoalth infirmary Tues day-. Studies of polio epidemics have shown that If a community is more than 50% Immunized, anyepidemic which s ta rt s can be controlled quickly. Medical hi students enteri Salk vaccine, booster shots t Inued. story rocordsof ng the university in but the had not necessary been cont~ne*i ,vi bertlhIm had 'eti en! "Only iasf August the final up. proval o( all types of vaccine 'ii the Sabiti series was completely, and its advantages over the 5lk method decided us to use the Sabin oral vaccine In the campaign," said Dr. Wright,. The Sabin cont 'Iis live virus, and the Salk does not. Experience has proved that In other diseases immunization with live virus has a longer lasting effect, and It is expected that the Sabin vaccine may give lifetime, protehion. Conference BANGKOK, Thailand (UJPI) -The crucia] foreign ministers conference on the Borneo crisis collapsed yesterday and Malaysia anflounced it no longer considers the cease fire arrangement in effect. The Malayslans charged Indonesia with repeated violations of the cease fire. Irn Kuala Lumpur, Prime Minister Tengku Abdul Rahmnan called on Malaysians to be prepared to Mil k that the 'ilk
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an New Meet ,prs Writet :It' lotCk tLS storpot. 1be sitiiitliI is (OUT ili ii ii n oo fOR thm Plith Pt 1ku ''o.ch Pay Graves side IonK glance it th( pyes on the sidelines ides to Wave in a t Substitution With when are 65% an d 35% good marks? -~ when they're 65% DACRON* & 35% cotton in Post-Grad _slacks by This is the fabric combo that makes music with sleek good looks and washable durability. And PastGrads are the bona fide authentics that trim you up and taper you down. Tried. and-true tailored with belt loops, traditional packets, neat cuffs. Only $6.95 in Rules Appr oval ' i to bringbettei thu., athti N \ iijlvs ((Jnirlnttte 11i liei oler ubti vtil, tu 'hi ;vlId cfl% (free sImp2le T1 m1 SLh. st ituttes ) ctilti rntti the rumt'n fourth down and whIutu iih, hill1 cbh:iged hainds pi ouderi the cluck wat' stopped. -S the II golf' (OUTs hSC I .problem with lovers ,i'cordimg to Con, id Hehilir, golf pin at the U F golf course. We have jo objection to lov e,' Rebling said, but it is obvious that the slow couples, chatting and walking hand in band, really don't havetheir ,minds on golf." DU PGD X(p SAE SPE Mural Results Blue League -Softball 8 PEI 8D 4 DS 5Orange League 15 ''7 P 1 ATO 3 TC 4 Bowling -flume Area LIttle 744 Tedder 738 ' I U Qt into Ijhe gmiht' \la t ,:Tmoik, sill. in n ioh t iei-t si on h nl~ ormk si Still h~i ut ~t Isioitunclt Ii Nn' tluuhtk s suilie\imite Ii. Starting next fill urilimniteli subitutlon v ill be pet Tmiltti tanytimie th. ('lOCk Is 5101pp)d ii Iwo wildt cu iis wIll be able to enter thi Winle at Ainytimne. "This should be better because it will give Our coaches A (haince to concentrate on the technical side of the game rather than haylog to worry about making legal substitutions," commented Carlson. Coach Graves plans to revert to the three-team system next fall. One squad will be on Ioth offense and defense, "Go Tsam" will specialize in just offense. Graves plans to wild card four positions: quarterback, fullback, left guard, and center. 'We'll be better adjusted to platoon football all the way. These rules are defined better thani last year's," finished the Bull Gator. OUR OWN "A L LEGRO" KNIT POLOS IN RI COLORS .G. 2.99 SALE 2/5.00 Kte th. A'lllgafoi all it'' ox'lierit' inTiiiirils. lh. stiff or tis it the I4gilinig if the tI i'ti, ,iiitI ,rtaiil un haph. tset' that thiy have fo lhiweli the h""n'bal' sttii e"s froth Orange anii 111u' leagues pi iii-. Ctd' WAasii thitt I sOmli4 typi of iOtmmlh'ItlryU V(ttit*best pI'ycr5 in this sport' Weren't thi'e write-ups of some of the bete matches, especially the finjils niatch between P1 Kappa Alphi,i iin.I SI mI. (hr, ini any co I g I n R ewspiper which purports to hr intrestedi in the fraternity and independThe letter appearing with, to get something off my chest I have taken over this job. Ih ka A }oto, P'age Il wih GLENN LANEY spoi's Eddtor inC mtr imural p7 ai ra m them an5 wi'rs to t he s .questioiis stititlti, Lt seems, be In the iffirmiiitIv,', but ihe Alligator Ill .tnipletelvyit ng Ictilla sport wteh is v*'y popular 071 tIs inmpis. Not only *LL5 there fim st Iriinti of omiipetlt Ont, hilt A ph a intl SI ima (hi to dec Ide the championship was given no ni,' tton it all, save the drInoting if thm' score: Pt Kappa Alpha 4, 81gm,. (hi I. I' Allitater iha, vowed to gl't full iani complete coverage to all hit murall events. Let us hope th.t ini the future it live, up ti i Cs p omises. Jim Kirkland, 4AS this column gives mie an opportwmity which has beeni plaguing we ever since Mr. Kirkland,!I agree with you IOU per cent. Although intramurajs are getting more coveae than they ever have in the past they still are not getting the play they should have. There Is a very simple reason why this can't be done. Spa. More likely than not, The Alligator comes out as an eight page paper. Mor, likely than not, Sports only gets one of these pqge. The editor of The Alligator goes on the theory that sports should nwt compris, one-fourth of the paper, and although it hurts to sty it, he I. right. Whenever we go to 12 pages, Sports gets hwo of them. Sometime. when we only go eight, Sports still gets two pages. I have enough copy sifting on my desk to fill threepages every day. But if you don't have the pages to put it on you have to condense and Yuou condense those stories which are not as important as, Say a varsity or freshman competition with another school, and you cut those which have ittle relevance. Now, Mr. Kirkland It ls MY job to decide what is relevant and what Is didn't hear anyone complaining during basketball season when we ran pictures of the final gamesof the different leagues. This Is because in my opinion basketball is a major sport. HANDBALL ISN'T. OK, it may be popular, but it Isn't major sport. You complain because we didn't run a commentary on what you considered one of the best matches. So what do you say about a handball match? 'And Joe Doaks smashed one against the far wall and his opponent hit a sharp volley .'* Now come on J11m, how many people besides Jce Dotks and his opponent are going to read an account of a handball game? We try to put every bit of intramural news we taxi in the paper. The room we give intramurats varie& conversely with the space we have. But Jim, Don't go away mad. We will run the All-Campus handball team as soon as it Is mide available to us. The Browse Shop Ouality Paperbacks I HISTORY OF MONROE DOCTRINE .. REBELLION IN THE BACKLANDS AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY SINCE W II ...SPanier GERMAN: HOW TO SPEAK & WRITE IT. NIGHTMARES OF IMMINENT PERSONS. E ASTER IDEALS HEORY OF PSYCHIATRIC TEC HNIQUE. TRACKING DOWN PARTICLES ..HiiI erk ins CR10 WAR .Rosenberg .Russell .Menninger eGator arid new umit. * .