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I Vol.56, No.111 l l University of FloridaGainesville FridayMarch 6,1964



17H" ."' "Wi,: .,\. fAT! FROLICS TONIGHT ,' ,,: r SG Committees ,




The Journeymen ;' Under Scrutiny



DON DAVIS to abolish It If there Is a need.'
Journeyman John Phillips 1964 Spring Frolics tonight at ing trio for Capitol Records, By Staff Writer Gober, acts as chairman of the

Li promises a program of "folk 8:30 In the Florida Gym. formed three years ago when I' Several Student Government(SG) council. He was elected In the
II f" songs and comedy--along with Phillips was Interviewed by they met in New York City, Legislative Council Committeesmay spring elections under the Gator

I ;i some audience 'sing alongs' telephone last night. said Phillips. face abolishment at today's Party banner. Blain Is a memberof
J when the trio headlights the The Journeymen, folksing- "Dick Weissman was a may
'I' meeting of the Rules and V.O.T.E. Party, which holds a
: .1>: ......,J'I'.. .,,, ', ';'" ." studio musician and Scott Mc- speical 38-32 edge In the council.
< Calendar Committee, according to
{ 1 r Kenzie and I were singing witha
t \ The Rules and Calendar Com-
r t .>;' ", j James R. (Dick) Gober, Student
We needed
.
another -
Jazz
group.
andDick r;,: body vicepresident."Many mittee will meet with Gober todayat
Joinedus.
V guitarist members of these com 3:30 p.m. The committee is
We've been singing together i
k mlttees are merely title holders," composed of Blain, Earl Barker,
L.j f -' ? y ever since. Gober said. "The prescence of Gator Party member and minority

This Is the first appearanceat useless committees gives SG a floor leader; and Richard E.(Dick)

I UF for the trio, who have bad name and makes it appear Thompson, a V.O.T.E.Party mem-

i IL ILxv played at schools "all over ri: : 'Mickey Mouse'." ber and majority whip in the coun-

ir r i iI the South" Including the Uni- But L.C. (Buddy)Blain, majority cil.
( Blain said he would not elaborateon
versities of Alabama, Tennessee floor leader, cautioned against deactivating .
I his ideas
Gober's
Mississippi and Florida committees. concerning
State. "I feel the council can only be proposal to abolish certain com-

All three members of the actibe by Involving the membersIn mittees until after today's meeting.

r trio sing and play the guitar I' committee work," Blain said. Barker said he believed Gober's
; and Weissman plays the banjo. "Just because a committee hasn't proposal would draw no oDoos1t10n.

'. They have composed many of functioned In the past Is no reason (See LEG COUNCIL Page 2))

their own songs as well as
songs for other folk groups. Ruby Witnesses Say

",t.? "Dick has written for Peter,
ih.. '$ Paul and Mary and I've written'
+( a couple songs for the Kingston Police Prevented

yry4s Trio," said Phillips.The .

t. t: Journeymen are all for-
mer college students. Weiss-

l" man holds an MA from Co- Further
ShootingDALLAS
-L: lumbia and McKenzie and
p- Phillips "have attended var-

rt j ious schools, though neitherof
us ever graduated," said (UPI) Jack Ruby slaying on Nov. 24 electrified the
Phillips. cursed Lee Harvey Oswald as a Ruby murder trial as the district

.': "rat son of a bitch" just beforehe attorney sought to draw a pictureof
Appearing with the Journeymen shot him and told police they Ruby as a sane, coldblooded
P. I If q In Frolics are Ian and prevented him from shooting the killer.

.. Sylvia, Canadian folksinging :. accused assassin again and again, They testified:
f ..t duo. witnesses said Thursday. Ruby burst through the crowd

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I Communications Week Largest Ever I"No



Room for Hucksters," through Tuesday, according to RaeO. to attend all of the meetings, according Florida Daily Newspaper Associa- Harold M. Spielman, senior vice
"What Makes a 'Good' Commer- Weimer, director of the UF to Weimer. tion; Barney Water, president of president, Schwerln Research
cial," "The Climate In Washington school of Journalism and Com- "Three specific days have been the Associated Press Associationof Corporation, New York; and H.L.

," and "What's Happened to munications.This designated," Weimer said. "To- Florida;Bruce Manning, manag- McOsker, director classified de-
Magazines" are some of the topicsto week is set aside each yearto day will be Journalism Day, Mon- ing editor of the Florida Times- partment Miami Herald.

be focused on during the Sixth give the journalism and day will be Broadcasting Day and Union; Cortland Anderson, "The support of the program
Annual Communications Week communication students an Tuesday will be Public Relations managing editor of the St. Peters- by state and national communi-
which begins today and runs opportunity to meet and talk with Day." burg Times;Peter French, manag- cation associations has done a
state and national figures in the Speakers for Broadcasting Day ing news editor of Business Week; great deal to give the School of
ColumnistScheduled fields of advertising, broadcastingand Include Dan Rather, CBS News and former School of Journalism Journalism and Communications

: journalism."We anchor man In Dallas at the time professor John Martin now with national recognition," Weimer
started In 1959 and this of President Kennedy's assassi- the. United States Information said.

years program will be the largest nation, now CBS White House cor- Agency (USIA) in Washington. (SEE SCHEDULE PAGE
2))
by a considerable margin," respondent; Frederick W. Ford, Advertising and Public RelationsDay ,
A crusading newspaper Weimer said. commissioner Federal Communi- will feature John M.Fuhrman,
columnist, blinded by acid thrownIn The annual event which was cations Commission; Morgan public relations counselor, Cincinnati -
his face, will speak on campus started to help students meet pro- Beatty, NBC News, who will speak office of Carl Byolr & Fashion

next week during Gator Gras. fessionals and know what each via two-way hookup from New Associates, Inc., New York;
Victor Riesel, famed for his other is doing has grown from York; Jim Hulbert, National Association Franklyn R. Hawkins, advertising
exposes of labor racketeers, will meetings in the Florida Union to of Broadcasters assistant manager, Libby Owens FordGlass Show SetNew

speak March 13, In the University the Hub. Response has been so to the President; and Peter Company, Toledo, Ohio; Philip E.
Auditorium at 8:15 p.m. on the great from state and national Hackes, NBC News, Washington. DeBerard Jr., division public relations York comes to Florida tomorrow -
topic "Inside Labor." Earlier In media, that the Hub facilities are Journalism Day speakers will be manager, Southern Bell for a fashion show at

the evening he will speak at the now inadequate allow_everyone Fred Pettljohn. president of the Telephone Company, Miami! the Florida Union.
Student Leaders' Banquet in the A ---- Seven Florida coeds will model
; .J
Student Service Center. clothes at the show for the working
Sponsored by the Forums com- I r girl In New York this summer.

mittee, the speech is open to the P D a .R y '5k Barbara Horn will be commen-

public. A reception will followIn ; I II II II II tator.
Lounge of the Florida
Bryan i !"} The theme of the show is"Fash-
Union.A y, N lk -;:i. n Ions for the Fair" and Includes
reporter for over 30 years, ...
lounging and play clothes as well
in New York's '
Riesel
up I
grew exn ,, .),:< as working clothes. It Is aimedat
lower East Side, where crime and .. .. "
His ) .. '," / hv+4 uyNy I showing Florida girls what to
were common.
sweatshops
/t tl N i5 take with them to the World's FairIn
father was a union man who diedas )
\\ .4 New York this summer.
a result of his fight for honest .. :
unionism. ; All of the clothes shown are

Riesel carried on his father's A Y I from local Gainesville stores.
fight. In 1956, when he was exposing 3 '., .! ;i / The fashion show Is sponsoredby
names and facts about rack- : ..1 I the Hostess Committee and begins -
\: 'I
eteers and Communists in labor, !ki at 2:30p.m.in Johnson Loungeof

a hoodlum blinded him by throwing the Florida Union. This is
acid Into his face. an annual activity for the Hostess
Riesel has continued his fight Committee.
.
against the underworld and his ----- Everyone Is Invited to come and
H_ ,,__ _
column appears In over 200 news- there Is no admission for the event.

papers. PETER FRENCH RAE O. WEIMER DR. L. JOHN MARTIN Refreshments will be served.Alligator .

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Page 2 The Florida Alligator FridayMarch 6,1964 Funds Needed For



Student Peace Union PlansTo Trimester Study- I

The trimester system will find "We should know soon whether
itself under observation If ade- we receive government funds,
quate funds are provided to financea Kopp said. '
study group. If the government
will not
Reapply RecognitionThe After four trimesters, univer- help, then applications for aid
sities in Florida have decided to will be sent to Carnelge Institute.As .
conduct Investigations in an effortto
evaluate its worth, accordingto a last resort, the Committ
Student Peace Union (SPU), on the statement as soon as possi- According to Warriner, the pur- Edgar W. Kopp, vice presidentof could utilize resources available
decided In a meeting Wednesday ble and the group will then reapply.The pose of the local group is "pri academic affairs.A and finance its own report.
night to reapply for recognitionas revisions, rt said, will manly academic." committee of 10 representatives Because both professors and
a student organization, accord- mainly consist of making the state- The group, he said, will try to from five Florida universi- students have registered com
ing to Bill Warriner, chairman of ment of purpose a bit clearer. present to as many people as possi- ties has applied for a grant from plaints against the trimester, Dr
the executive committee. What Warriner termed a"major ble as much factual Information the U.S. Office of Education to S.J. French of the University 0
Recognition of the club was refused stumbling block" was a section as possible concerning dis- finance a professional team of South Florida advocated a study
by the UF Committee Fraternities which stated that the club would armament or "anything that might researchers. of the system.rat .
Societies and Clubs ear- get opinions from the national promote peace." The group is
lier primarily because, accordingto office but would be In no way com- also very much interested in the
Warriner, their statement of mitted to these opinions.The United Nations. Ruby Trial ContinuesContinued I
purpose was "vague and not quite national organization of SPU Included in their plans, accord-
concise enough." has 125 chapters and is part ofa ing to Warriner, is a program
He said revisions will be made "national peace movement." with a UN speaker next fall. ( from Page I) son of a ___, you shot the
The Is also planning to President."
.... .. ,. .... .. group of newsmen in the basement of
-? ? ?- n
JjjIj n. '=f ='"' have more speakers and some He fired and
"You once officers seized
city Jail spitting the words,
JT
mmiMmi&mm mm mmm m& mm mmmsim mmmmsm
other activities although he said him. Twelve seconds later, he
plans are not ready to be said, "I hope I killed the son of
Journalism Day! announced.The Leg CouncilContinued a bitch." He kept squeezing on
groups, which had the revolver in his hand.
8:40 a.m. temporary recognition, has cam- Then, about five minutes later,
WELCOME TO COMMUNICATIONS WEEK AND paigned against compulsory ROTCat ( from Page I) he said "I intended to shoot him
JOURNALISM DAY- Director Rae O. Weimer; Fred Petti- the UF.Warriner. "I can't see how Rules and Cal- three times." The police "moved
s John, president of Florida Dally Newspaper Association and said they feel that endar Committee can oppose the to fast and prevented me from get.
h executive editor of the Ft. Lauderdale News;Barney Waters, ROTC at the UF Is more of a abolishing of useless committeesthat ting off but one shot."
president of Associated Press Assn. of Florida and managing "propaganda machine" than any- have no function," he said. The 52-year-old defendant sat
editor of the Pompano Beach Sun-Seninel. thing academic, and Is "clearing "I don't anticipate opposition on expressionless behind the defense
9:00 a.m. ', house for the dissemination of this proposal." table, listening to the testimonyand
THE FLORIDA MANAGING EDITOR LOOKS AT HIS JOB Cold War Ideas." But other sources predictedmore taking notes.
--Moderator: Barney Waters; Panel: Bruce Manning, He said the group Is workingto committees may be createdat Going Into the windup oUts case,
,f"managing editor c' the Florida Times-Union, Jacksonville; ;. bring out the fact that ROTCat the meeting. The spokesman the prosecution put on the stand
a Cleve Hamm, managing editor of the Lakeland Leger. A a land grant college must be predicted strong opposition abolishing Dectective L.C. Graves, who was
, 9:30 a.m. K compulsory.He committees. holding Oswald by the left arm as
COFFEE BREAK -- Florida Press Association, Sponsor. 'i cited the Massachusetts Institute Blain said he would announce Ruby attacked.
9:50 a.m. of Technology as an example committee appointments as soonas They were about six feet from
5 THE FLORIDA MANAGING EDITOR LOOKS AT HIS JOB -- of a land grant college they are available. He added the car that was to take Oswaldto
f Panel: Cortland Anderson, managing editor of the St.Peters- which has voluntary ROTC, saying that such announcements may be county Jail, Graves said, "whena
burg Times; Steve Pappas, managing editor of the Daytona that they were"one of the leaders"in delayed If "other facts arise that man sprang out of the crowd
, Y Beach News-Journal; Milt Kelly, managing editor, Ft. Lau- the voluntary ROTC movement. demand consideration. and shot Oswald."
derdale News. .
i 10:30 a.m.QUESTIONS. S
,
AND ANSWERS (MODERATOR AND ALL FOUR
PANEL MEMBERS) ig( out
11:00 a.m.WHAT'S. usn'
HAPPENING TO MAGAZINES -- Peter French, ring
Managing News Editor, Business Week, New York City.
12:10 a.m.
LUNCHEON -- Sponsored by 'Florida Press Associationand
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Talks Dead

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CAMPUS NEWS BRIEFSDr.

Revival FailsBANGKOK
Try Malone Here pa Psi Professional Busi-

ness Fraternity,will be sell-
Malone Is the author of
ing the pacs at the booth
the definitive biography of
Thailand (UPI) -- over Malaysia's demands that Indonesia in Borneo, arranged by Atty. Gen. Thomas Jefferson, of which across from the Hub soon.

A desperate llth-hour attempt fail- withdraw Its puerrlllafor Robert F. Kennedy on his peace- three volumes have already Campus pacs come In two

ed yesterday to revive the foreign ces from Malaysian Borneo and making mission for President appeared. He has been Edi sexes. Those for men containa
ministers Indonesia's refusal to do Johnson in new razor and blade, after
conference on the explosive so until January. The United tor-in-Chief of the 20 volume
Borneo crisis that has a political settlement had been States feared the dispute could DICTIONARY OF AMERI- shave lotion and other

brought Malaysia and Indonesia achieved.The erupt Into full-scale war. CAN BIOGRAPHY Director toiletry Items. Pacs for
close to war. deadlock raised the threatof Malaysia has served notice that women contain hair set mist,

The talks collapsed Wednesday a breakdown In .> a ceasefire it regards the cease-fire as Inoperative of the Harvard University of liquid make-up, nail polish
Press Editor
Managing
in view of Indonesian remover, and many other
refusal to withdraw the guerrilla', the POLITICAL SCIENCE items.

Theologian To SpeakAt and that It will take whatever QUARTERLY, and Professor All proceeds left from the
of history at Yale,
I measures are necessary to defendits sale will be put Into a

Religious CenterDr. Integrity and sovereignty. Columbia and Virginia. scholarship fund.

Indonesian President Sukarno World's Fair YAF OrganizesYoung
repeatedly has pledged to crush
John H. Leith, professorof He has served as pastor at the new Federation: of Malaysia.He Trips to the New York Americans for
historical theology at Union Presbyterian churches in World's Fair are plannedfor
has opposed the inclusion of Freedom
Theological Seminary in Rich- June 17-June 26 and UF Chapter, will
Nashville, Tenn. and Auburn Ala.
the Borneo states of Sabah and hold
mond, Virginia, will give a seriesof and on the faculty of Columbia Sarawak in the federation with August 10-August 19. an organizational meetIng -
three lectures Sunday and Mon- Seminary and Alabama Polytechnic The trips are open to stu- on Monday 7:00 p.m., in
Malaya and Singapore as a "neocoloniallst" -
day at the Presbyterian University Institute. He is on the Presby- plot by Britain to retain dents, faculty and staff of UF. Union.Rm. 116, of the Florida
,
Center.He terian General Initial deposite for the first
Assembly's com- in the area.
power
speaks Sunday at 6:30 Is due by April 13 and The film, "A Generation
: p.m. mittee on revision of the "Bookof The foreign ministers of the trip Awakes"
on "The Christian as a Church Order the board of the final payment Is due before featuring Senator
Phllllppines, Indonesia and Malay-
Barry Goldwater and William
Southerner;" at noon Monday witha May 15.Mortar. -
"Presbyterian and
Survey, con- sia met here Tuesday and Wed-
F. Buckley, Jr, will
luncheon lecture on "The Com-
tributing editor of
"PresbyterianOutlook. nesday for a second attempt to BoardMortar be shown. Interested
munity of Faith and the Communityof ." campus
Learning;" and Monday night resolve differences. Board, the senior conservatives may attend.'Brigadoon' .

at 7:30 on "The Christian in the lI I Ib But the conference bogged downon women's honorary, is pre-

Twentieth Century." the guerrilla withdrawal ques- paring to tap those girls

All lectures are to the tion and Malaysia Deputy Prime who have met the national
open
Minister Tun Abdul Razak and Indonesian -
standards and
Mortar Board
public. Reservations maybe made The Broadway musical"Brigadoon"
for the luncheon by calling 63851.Dr. Foreign Secretary Suban- chapter approval as being will be pre-
drio prepared to leave for their ,
of
Leith Is the first of the outstanding In the areas sented by the P.K. Yonge

Busby Memorial Lecturers under homelands. scholarship, leadership, and Chorus March 13 and 14 in

sponsorship of the Presbyterian Early yesterday Philippine service at UF. P.K. Yonge Auditorium at
Foreign Secretary Salvador P. Lopez -
> The actual tapping Is a
University Center. The lectures 8:15
: p.m.
: and Minister Thanat
were recently established in mem- Foreign surprise event and the new Included in the musicalare
Khoman of Thailand, acting as announcedsoon.
ory of James Lon Busby, who was r members will be such favorites as "Al-
middleman In the dispute,persuaded -
president of Westminster Fellow- most Like Being In Love"
Bazak and Subandrlo to make
ship when he was killed in an ConcertsMozart and "Come To Me, Bend To
another effort to find some common
automobile accident In 1963.A Me."
ground. concert are being
Kent Fellow in the Societyon Admission is $1.25 for
Lopez, acting as Intermediary, offered in Walker Auditor-
Religion In Higher Education anda general orchestra, and$2.50
spent hours shuttling between Su- ium for less than a nickela
member of the American Society front orchestra, all seats
bandrlo and Razak In search of a performance.The .
of Church History and the Societyfor reserved. Reservations may
compromise. He failed. taped concerts include
Reformation Research, Dr. be made by calling 6-2541,
"We have done our best to explore music films on medieval art
Leith's publications include or 6-0197, or by mailing
the possibility of an agree- and architecture. The musicis
"Creeds of the Churches," whichhe your request for tickets to
ment. I regret to announce that performed by the Bamburg
edited, and "John Calvin's Brigadoon, P. K. Yonge,
no agreement has been possible, Symphony orchestra.
Theological Method and Ambiguityin Gainesville.
DR. JOHN LEITH he told
newsmen. They will be shown this
"
his Theology.
afternoon at 2:30,and tonight Mayor High

at 7, as well as Sunday after-

rHERE AT THE UOfFREW noon Memberships at 4. to r the Students for Mayor.Rober.

event maybe purchased from King High will meet this Sun-
day at 7 in room 116
_. p.m.
the C-5 department for $1.
of the Florida Union.
a year.
Those who are Interestedin
Campus Pacs
OURNEYMEN running the campaign may

IN Campus pacs will be here attend. No experience is

FOlK(MUSIC soon. necessary. Biographical and

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,\::'" get a campus pac last be passed out at the

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P By JOY CHERRY dance, annual Student Leadership
Staff Writer Banquet, carnival and talent show

Wilson Atkinson, general chair
1w
man headed the student run affair,
Friday, the 13th, will have a The Gator Gras of today has
"i chance to redeem itself as a day taken one a new look in contras
;" ''I!:;F' of misfortune and sadness as Ga- with the first Gras program fivi

tor Gras turns the UF campus Into years ago when the festivitle:

..p two days of activities next week- lasted seven days. The fifth an*

nual Gator Gras will kick-off the]
end.In
an effort to bring a large weekend with national and campus]
student recreation to the campusin celebrities and local talent Friday <
the winter trimester when few March 13.Following .

activities existed, Student Govern- the tradition, the!
'VY ment began planning the first Ga- "Student Leader of the Year" will
tor Gras seven years ago. Two be announced at the Student Lead-

years later their ideas developed ership Banquet, the first Gras
completely to produce what they event, where Victor Riesel will
considered a spring "Gator speak on "Inside" Labor at 7p.m.
Growl." The original festivities in the Hub banquet room. Riesel

which lasted seven days centered will address the entire campusat
around "Parent's Day" and a 8:15 p.m. in the University Au-
"Dollars for Scholars" campaign.The ditorium.
f e4 Y '
v $ r "t 1959 Gras started April 3
Students will try their skill in

--- _____T --. m and packed its week with athletic various game booths at the non-
SCENE FROM LAST YEAR'S GATOR GRAS events, street dances, Sigma Chi profit carnival March 14,from 7-12

.as Delta Tau Delta's Tom Williams and Bill Croucher brace in preparation for Derby, and a banquet featuringSen. Sites p.m. on the University Auditorium
Hubert Humphrey. Jack
lawn. Prizes will be awarded to
the next bucket of water in the Delt booth.
was the general chairman. the most original booth and to the
"Second Semester Home- booth having the most proceeds.The .
sl
i coming" was the 1961 Gator Gras All-Student talent show
,
UF Pianist Is Cousin Of
theme. Poet-humoristOgden where the queen and her two run-
shared the spotlight with "Student ners-up will be presented trophies
Leader of the Year" Charles Pil- at 8:15 March 14 in the
begins ,
World Famous Van CliburnBy o lans at the Student Leadership Ban University Auditorium. At the

1 quet. Chairman Nelson DeCamp same time a street dance featur-
awarded a trip to Nassau to the ing the Hustlers will offer another
pianist, his name and his musical UF business administration stu-
PATTI PITZ winner of the student talent show. activity to all those participatingin
talent only seemed a strange dent and the world renowned con- Ringing the legs of sorority
Gator Gras.
: Staff Writer coincidence.In cert pianist Van Cliburn share
women with garters was the objectof Al Leonard is Gras' general
Until 17th lord more than similar names and an of the booths in the
a century English one game chairman, with Annie Curtis, pub-
I, was discovered in the family history a family tree search made interest in the piano. carnival at the 1962 Gator Gras, licity chairman and Karen Karl,
I of Thomas E. (Tom) Clyburn, last year by Clyburn's uncle, evidence Both are descendents of a Lord under the direction of Franklin queen contest chairman;

\ marketing senior and part-time was uncovered showing the Claybourne of Klllerby, England. Ritch. Also featured was a booth Due to the trimester system and
Leaving the Claybourne Castle, which students how to match
----- taught activities
the addition of
spring
Lord Claybourne arrived in the
their wits with those of
pro- limited to week-
Gator Gras Is one
American colonies during the1600's "
-- Unique Way to Passa
end of entertainment for students
or so the story goes as "
Test. Smith
Progress J. Ron Although Gator Gras has been
Clyburn recalls. was selected "Student Leader of
shortened commented Miss Cur-
,
The Claybournes eventually set- the "
Year.
tis "it real which is
t d tsf tled in Louisiana,the state in which s purpose,
Jo Anne Notarls reigned as to bring campus organizations together -
Clyburn was born.
the 1963 Gator Gras in has not been
Queen over competition,
How and when the original name
t'r;; festivities which included a street lost."
is obscure.
;' was changed Cly
.
f' burn's branch of the family now -

;" / hails from could South have Carolina."It been 'Tom'. Instead Frat Weekends ScheduledFeast I

4t. of 'Van'," quipped Tom,who
''U. ''!<' \ fun, and frolic are in Pi's.
.'" ... i".j.. was studying piano when his dis-
".. store for the ThetaChi's this week- All-America swimmer Jerry
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tant cousin was and still unknown -
to the world. end as they hold their annual Dream Livingston is the new Beta presI-
Girl Ball. dent; John Jokinen, vice-president;
"Although my parents hoped I
I would become a concert pianist Allen Williams, treasurer; Lansing -

when I was young, college and a Tonight, the banquet will set Price, rush chairman; and
business career seemed more sta- the scene for the announcement of Roy Watson, pledge master.
their Dream Girl and the Sweetheart committee chairman
-
}*"'; ble, he explained. presen-
tation of awards. Tomorrow it's Grover Robinson announced that
Clyburn has never met his famed
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,'. '" I- of his Florida concerts. sand, and suds. That evening the are vying for the title of Beta

r\---- ....., .. Like the more famous Cliburn, TX's will journey back to the house sweetheart. The girls-will attend
Tom's talent has been handy econ- for a casual party. two dinner socials March 9 and 11
omically. Electing officers and planningthe before the winner is named at

V .ft" "Between business and music Sweetheart Contest have dominated a semi-formal dance at the Beta
I've been able to work my way the week for he Beta Theta house March 14.

through He has school played," he all said.along the I Pledges Are Auctioned I I II

"platinum coast" near the space
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m mmn center,' and at parties and gather- By JUDY LYNN PRINCE as Blue Key Speakers were Meri

CLYBURN Ings from Jacksonville to Ocala. Campus Living Editor Grey, Leslie Hood, and Alison

has attended his cousin's concerts, but never met Making as much as $150 a night, Conner.

him. (Photos by Carolyn Johnston) Clyburn specializes in popular and Simon Legree will have his whip With fraternity weekends in the
semi-classical music done in what the
out at the Sigma Kappa House to- limelight, Sheryl Leist from
he terms a "listenable style." night. AXO House captured the sweet-

Alligator Queen Contest OffIt's Clyburn has also been working The pledges will be auctioned off heart crown at the Fiji House last
with a three-piece band known as to the sisters for a pledge fund weekend.The .
the Collegians for private partiesand raising project. The "slaves"will DPhlE's are looking forwardto
allover.Because apparently didn't Interest many dances. work hard for their "mas- their annual weekend March
only one organizationcame girls, said Alligator contest chair- With hopes to enter management, ters" tomorrow morning. On the 13-14. Vickie Wheithorn, W. S. A.
forward with a nomination man Judy Lynn Prince. Clyburn feels that career In busi- agenda for next week, the SK's president has been nominated for
for a Florida representative to the Girls can still enter as individ- ness would be more "profitableand will entertain faculty guests at an office in national W. S. A.
National College Queen contest, satisfying" than music. dinner. whose convention is scheduled soon
the Alligator has cancelled its uals.Anyone who would like further As to his future and the role Over the past two weekends the in Lexington, Kentucky. She has

plans to sponsor a contestant.The information about the contest Is his piano ability will play, he Theta's have socialized with SN also been nominated by the Deansof
national contest, held this Invited to write to the National commented, "The Image of an executive and SPE for fun and frolic. In the College of Education for

June In New York and holding College Queen Contest Committee, Isn't. a guy sitting behinda the sporting world, the Kat's won the Phi Kappa Phi Honorary fraternity -
$5,000 In prizes for the winner, 1501 Broadway, New York, 36,N.Y. piano." top honors in basketball. Chosen and a $500 scholarship.




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Fog Slows Johnson's


}I Arrival At FuneralTHE


NEW YORK (UPI) President the President returned Washington. -
Johnson flew to New York yes- His plane landed at AndrewsAir
terday despite a pea-soup fog to Force Base and he took a
attend the funeral of Mayor RobertF. helicopter to the White House.
Wagner's wife, Susan.
The fog was so dense that the Gov. Nelso A.Rockefeller,cam-
President's plane had to be diverted paigning for the Republican presi-
from John F. Kennedy International dential nomination In New Hampshire -
Airport to the airportat had planned to attend but the
Newark N.J. It made the bad weather forced him to cancel
President late and the services his night. His wife attended.A .
PHI MU AND PHI DELTA THETA
were delayed 30 minutes. sporadic rain fell during the
representatives accepted trophies for top efforts in the Sig Ep Heart Fund Drive Mrs. Wagner, 54, died Mondayof two hours Johnson was in the

this year at the Heart Fund Banquet last night. Left to right are Chris Young, Phi Mu; lung cancer.Immediately. after the services. however.CASH city. He. refused to wear a hat,

All Schlechter, chairman; and Charlie Curry, Phi Delta Theta.



Bookstore Director Says



Prices Same EverywhereBookstore I

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prices across the Getzen felt that the Student Book compete with the bookstores to any
country, on the average, are the Sale is a good thing. "I certainly large extent because its operationis 1/ \ \
same as prices here, according to couldn't deny that is helping some limited."I .
the director of the Campus Shop students." don't think it could get big
and Bookstore, S.P. Getzen.He because it is not on a permanentbasis FR 6-5333 Loans up to $600 222 W. Univ. Ave. ,
He does not feel that it will ," he added.
said that usually the smallerthe
school, the less liberal their
policy Is about buying textbooks BELL TELEPHONE COMPANIES
back from the students.
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Also, Getzen said, the campus
bookstore offers a salvage priceon SALUTE : BILL LEEBill
books that will not be in use
the following trimestev. "We buy
the books back for the amountwe Lee (B.S.C.E., 1961)) began his telephone career with very shortly, Bill is responsible for all of the dial conversion .

know we can get from the book Southern Bell in Jackson, Mississippi, in the fall of 1962. matters that affect the Traffic Department.

brokers," he added.In Bill,a Student Supervisor in the District Traffic Department, Dill's knack for stepping in and mastering a new job

many instances, textbooks is responsible for two manual telephone offices in the Jack. swiftly will carry him far with Southern Bell.
which are no longer In use on this
campus, may still be used at other son District. He travels to each office weekly and assists Bill Lee, like many young engineers, is impatient to
schools. the Chief Operators with problems that may concern force, make things happen for his company and himself. Thereare

Demand for a book, and not the personnel, equipment, or other categories. few places where such restlessness is more welcomedor

calendar age, determines the Since one of his manual offices is converting to dial rewarded than in the fast-growing telephone business.
value," stated Getzen.
Rapid changes in the textbooks
which are used in a particularfield
such as medicine, will tend @ BELL TELEPHONE COMPANIES
to increase prices in that field,
he added.
The price sot new books are
determined by the publisher and : ,
not the bookstore, he stated.
Getzen cited the advantage of Y
students buying used books. "A
student buying a used book usuallyhas

a better return on his money, v .
than a student who buys the same i r
i
book new. This is because the t
value is determined by demand, ::
and not by how many times the o
book is used." 3
hl
The only other thing which may
affect the value is condition. 4.
.r,
Another aid to the student who jyy4i
.
wishes to is the Stu- :
save money P' Jr )19 dyf w,
dent Book Sale at the beginningof

each trimester.The '
Sale is a student govern- A4
ment-sponsored project,where ? tz
students purchase textbooks from
other students who are selling : ; /
:
books they have already used.
Chairman oftheSale, Fred Lane, SS.
said that students save money because I 5;
the middle man is bypassed.He r4
added that 2,200 students r ;
participated In the last sale.
Lane also added that the Student 55
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the bookstore.Charged. q 1424 i a'yri.; % f"yS5

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FEC BeatingFORT ,:


PIERCE, (UPI) -- Two
striking Florida East Coast Rail- / stt;
545 S ,
way workers have been chargedwith 4'y S
the Monday night beating of
an FEC conductor as he returned
from work.St. .
Lucie County Sheriff John
Norvell charged the men, Offle > : :.
McGee, 57 and Wyatt Carroll
Deans, 43, both of Fort Pierce,
with aggravated assault Wednes- 'Hfsr "*!* iiiti i torl"
day night. They were later freed SS'S
on $1,000 bond each.
'They are accused of beating and 554
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Page 6 The Florida Alligator FridayMarch 6, 1964 A Nursury School For Adults ?



dl.tic: >> ..._.,., ). 18t EDITOR: school kid to the mature adult of Its students that they cannot

member of society. One who Is have or drive a car? Why
in
What is the purpose of a university fact,
able to take on the responsibility do they even have the
? I have been under the impression right to do
himself and his this; Isn't this
of of maintaining defeating the
that the purpose a pUrpose -
decisions In a res- of a university
university Is to educate students, family, make ?
., ponsible fashion and be an Indivi- If the reason Is that the
GoldfishThe or, to be more specific, teach the numberof
Spearing students how to educate them- dual who Is relatively independent. cars freshmen and sophomoreswould

selves. If I am wrong at this point, I believe the university should bring would make campus
therefore at least allow the student parking a problem, this could
the rest of what I am going to say eas
tax cut Is law and has been for several days now. may also be wrong, but let us assume SOME practice in the area of self- ily be taken care of by stating that
Most people have checked their little charts (that seem to have been that the purpose of a university discipline and personal decision- freshmen and sophomores cannot

published almost everywhere) to determine Just how much their weeklyor IS to teach students how to making.For park or drive on campus at any
monthly paycheck will have grown. Many of us have Decided just educate themselves. these reasons, I have a few time. But why state they can't even

how we Intend to spend the extra dollars, and indeed mote than a few During the four years a studentis questions I would like to ask. Why drive In the county?

of us have used our charge plates to get a head start in the game. in college, he is expected to does the University of Florida feel If the University of Florida feels

And, of course, this Is just the reaction the internal revenue service change from the dependent high that it has the duty of telling some that freshmen and sophomores

anticipated. As has been explained dozens of times in every media, "" would spend time from studying to
the success of the tax cut depends on that one word -- spending. The 'S. drive around, how did it get to be
extra dollars were put directly Into the consumer's pocket throughthe the business of the university to

tax cut (rather than through Increased government spending) tell students what they can do with

for just one purpose; so he may proceed directly to his favorite storeto their time (and what about the

start them into circulation. The retailer, in turn, will increase Juniors and seniors)? It seems that
his spending to the wholsalers (due to anticipated Increases in future the only authority the Universityof

sales) even more than present business warrants' thus, adding to inventories Florida should have in this mat-

his profits, the wholesalers profits, and the general goodwill a ter is to exclude anyone who falls

of all. scholastically. (This, in truth,
The flow of spending ripples its way towards the basic industries, probably is the only authority the
fed at each stage of production with a small spring of Increased spend- university has, if a test case were
ing, until It reaches the manufacturing system with its vast gulf of ever brought. Because if they can

idle capacity and investment opportunities. tell a student he cannot drive In

Of course, at each stage, there is an additional profit for each party one county, they can tell him he

concerned thus setting up a row of delectable targets, at which your cannot drive in any county, and I
friendly tax collector calmly aims his fishing arrows. doubt they have this power.)

And by taking a greater number of smaller fish, Uncle Sam fills By the same reasoning,it seems
his frying pan even more quickly than the old method of shooting fewer r a little out of place to put curfews

f times at larger fish. on women students. They are at
j So the whole scheme depends on the ability of the consumer to overcome least as mature as the women who

''I that old protege of Ben Franklin's, called thrift, long enough to leave home to work after gradua-
the businessman chance to these dollars with his cash iL
give a capture tion from high school. It is not the
f register (which he historically' has been able to do to the tune of 97 Job of the university to wet-nurse
cents out of dollar of income).
I every new these women; if their parents did
1 For if he refrain"rom spending his additional Income, the realm not feel that they were responsible
1 of saving (especially in the form of government bonds) may become a "I appreciate your adherence to old-fashioned moralityand persons, they should have kept

protective HAVEN for his goldfish of potential PURCHASING POWER, virtue, Sheila, but this pill happens to be for nasal them at home.

) thus, putting It out of reach of the retailer, the wholesaler, the manufacturer congestion Ken Kennedy said,"The Univer-
and most significantly the income tax collector waiting at
I sity of Florida is not a great university -
''I each of the brook.So .
curve yet. But we have much to
the standard cloakroom joke among Republican Congressmen is Exonerates InfirmaryEDITOR be proud of here." I fully agree,
a suggestion that the government go on a campaign to persuade the but
I ask, is not the University of
i public to put its additional income into savings bonds--which would : to spend with each patient. Thenof Florida being a nursery school for
drain the dollars from the economy in a stream not dissimilar to the In regards to the recent attackson course, there's still the possibility -*
young adults in some respects?
one of votes they hope to start flowing from the Democratic camp into our Student Infirmary which of using conveyor belts to
Stephen P. Kanar 2UC
their reservoir.And have appeared from time 'to time hurry the student on through, ,

so it was with no little humor that we observed a prominent in the Alligator, I too would like to thereby saving even more time.
advertisement in one of the big-city papers admonishing the wage sound off. Not to deride or slanderthe But I imagine the Alligator would Campus PoliceEDITOR
earner to run to his nearest bank, and put his pay increase into one Infirmary but to venerate it receive a few more letters thanusual.

of its thrifty saving accounts. and point out a few of its good .
I We're still betting against Mr. Franklin's friend, however, becausethe "faults." To begin with I wonder I find the complaints and charges :
Recently I read a letter in the
realm of bank deposits is one place where the husband can never just how many students would bother made against the doctors and nur-
Alligator about the modus operandiof
hope to beat his wife to the draw--or at least to the WITHdraw. to go to a doctor with their ses Irresponsible and without any
the and seemed
campus police
ailments if they had to shell out foundation what-so-ever.Ihaveyet
to indicate that the police operateIn
three to five dollars per visit. to see one nurse or one doctor whoIsn't
a somewhat high-handed man-
Many of the infirmary's patients incapable of being there.They
Spare The Thumb The Nail are there to ner. The article I am in reference
Spoil only suffer from minor ailments assist and help the
is that
written by Hugh Harling,Jr.
i such colds patient and that's what
as sore throats, flu, exactly they
and appeared in the Alligator on 4
do. I have
and various other Infections whichin seen the nurses put up
J EDITOR: wired from his antenna to the IBM time will cure themselves. In with a lot of grumbling and still March 64.

V Yes Sir Wayne, you hit the nail machine keeping him posted on his other words, very few cases of retain their helpful attitude. The I have been Involved with the

tJ on the head whether intentionally progress." African Sleeping Sickness, Yellow doctors there have always shownme campus police regarding an Irre-
not. The university Is a metre stick their gularity in my driving habits and
i or Fever, and Cirrhosis of the Liver. consideration and desire
'I "And, thus, the Initiation of the and the student Is an ant plodding, to help and also have given me their have found them to be quite under-
'Bachelor's Record Exam (BRE)' unreasoning to the next mark. Complaints in the past have been time no matter what the problem. standing and helpful. I was not only

(our tag), may make going through Steven Grimes, 3AS too far-fetched and have dealt with If for nothing else we shouldbe glad spared a ticket, but the officer,
school similar to an ant crawling such matters as the reception given that we have the use of the Infir- after having discovered that I am
along a metre stick, under a mic- (Editor's Note: Thanks Steve, but students upon arrival,better knownas mary and its services.To new at the University, took it upon

roscope, with a dynamometer on it must have been an accident I the Ford Assembly Line Meth- be sure, the infirmary is not himself to point out the specifics

his back ... and a direct hot-line usually hit my thumb. W.C.N.) od; the nurses, degenerate varia- perfect and does have Its faults,but of campus driving.
tions Of Florence Nlp-hHrurale-,! Anti In the future Some students, with the aid of
-- let's
--------v-- --- stick to facts
our beloved doctors, beloved reJects and offer useful suggestions Instead the Alligator (sorry) and the
of the Meat Cutter's Unlonof of Orange Peel are beginning to think
The Florida AlligatorServed America. These are only colorful institution needlessly which offers deriding Its help an to of the campus police as a bunch of

descriptions that I have given but all university students. thick-headed clods. Granting that

by United Press International they serve to Illustrate past com- Tony M. Smith 2UC there may be a clod or two disguised -

Editor ..................................................................Walker Lundy ments and letters written againstthe as police officers,the majority,

Managing Editor ......................................................Bill Fuller infirmary and those who work To The I believe, do sincerely have the
Assistant Managing Editor .........................................John Askins there. PointEDITOR interest of the students at heart.
Editorial Editor .................................................Wayne Norfleet I have been to the infirmary quitea : John R. Schuller, 1UC
Sports Editor .........................................................Glenn Laney number of times and on one occasion I will make this short and hope (Age 22 in case you're
Wire Editor ...........................................................Bob Thomas a doctor was evensummoned you get the point. DON FEDER- wondering what I'm doing
Feature Editor ...................................................Cynthia Tunstall from his home at night to aid MAN'S REVIEWS ARE ONE OF driving- on camous- .)
Campus Living Editor .........................................Judy Lynn Prince me when I slipped and fell on a THE FEW REDEEMING FEA-
Editorial Assistants .... Ernie Litz, Gall Sobering, Nancy Zimmet, desk (believe it or not). Evidentlythe TURES OF THE ALLIGATOR IN Good HumorRe.

Betty Wendt, Betsy Garrison, Steve Vaughn, Sue Dobbie, Charner nurse thought It enough for an ITS PRESENT FORM.To Editor Askins

Powell and Rual Chandler. emergency to call the doctor there- be more specific,his reviews The N.O.P. article, on Kampus

Reporters ..... Jim Castello, Phil Hevener, Joel, Gaston, Douglas by disproving Wednesday's letter are honest and Intelligent reports Kops, to me, was not humorous at
Mplitor, Donita Mathison, Sally Stock, Carol Nobis, Ann Carter, which stated that it was all but Impossible written in a style that is clear and all, In fact, I received the impression -
Joe Kollln, Pam Pulley, Agnes Fowles, Bob DeLoach, Fran Snider, to see a doctor for an interesting by m any standards, that you had to strain to

Judy Teich, Evan Engle, George Mims, Phil Geyer, Don Federman, emergency. journalistic or literary. Instead of produce it. However, your Wed-
Becky Quinn, Larry Zimmerman, Jackie Cornelius, Patti Pitz, Frustrating as it may seem the trying to squeeze Mr. Federman's nesday (Feb. 26) article defense

Gary Williams, Don Davis, Terry Rogers, Sue Haugsted, Joyce infirmary does have good reasons column Into your format you would of the N.O.P. was one of the few
Kilmer, George Elmore, David Sumner, Jay Haviser, Joe Zeigler, for its "assembly line" and one do well to study his style and bring good pieces of humor I have read
Joy Cherry, John Clendenon, Nancy Brachey, Tom Millsaps, needs only to consider the numberof some of your other features up to here at the university.
and Millie Gorman. students that go through It each his standards.In "
Perhaps you and"(Miss) Sandy
day and the fact that not short I ask
everyonecan
you, Mr. Lundy
Rhodes should team up for I am
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaper of see the doctor at the same to think of your readers. It is we sure that judging from Wed
the University of Florida and is published five times weekly except time. Now Just what is the inflr- who will suffer If this one oasis of
nesday's article the two you
during the months of May, June, and July, when a weekly issue is many to do about this? Well, for in your desert of verbage allow- would give the boost, N.O.P. does
published. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is entered as second class one thing they could regulate the ed to go dry.
need.
matter at the United States Post Office at Gainesville, Fla. time to five minutes for the doctor John Dusenbury, 3JM Roger Paluzzi








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IExtraMarital Sex And The Pill I IJ r


By Peter A. Bertocci (Part 2 of 4 Parts) we cannot individualize without the help of love you at every level of my belngi" or "In this 1
principles drawn from our total human we express our concern for each other, and
Certain assumptions precede my presentation: (1)) We need not fear that if we cannot give a our yearning to be even closer in every
We can improve education about biological and emo- for-all Yes or No answer, we simply have no of our lives," the sexual act takes on more
tional developments in the area of sex; ethics
any principles to offer. Chronological age as such does not decrease (
that is at variance with facts in Intellectually irresponsible -
quality of sexual intercourse when ,
Assuming these background understandings, personalities
and generally irrelevant. (2) What makes ture the following guiding principle: sex, both thus united. To sum up, there is no "safety"
ethical decisions especially difficult in this area Is and outside marriage, decreases In quality of quality of sexual experience, there is no psychic
the fact that individual situations will not yield to any faction to the extent that the sexual act spiritual safety In or out. of marriage, simply
formula. Yet to individualize Is not to relatlvlze.
one press or symbolize other values In the lives pills can be taken to avoid pregnancy or
One has not given up standards nor has he accepted concerned. What does this generalization fears. Persons who suffer from emotional
relativism in ethics when he urges that ethical prin-
apropos of the pill? valuational poverty cannot escape diminishing re-
ciples must be related to Individual situations with a in of sexual satisfaction.In .
Human beings will be deceived if they quality
view to understanding all the values at stake in a
the quality of sexual experience is this perspective adequate sex education will
given person's life. To be told to love your neighbor, the fact that pregnancy can be safely avoided. that quality in sex, love and marriage is
or to treat persons as ends in themselves and not all, many marriages In which fear of saying"I with the total growth of value In the personali- J
as means only, does not help much when the problemone not an issue, in which physiological sexual involved. Concern for quality in sex and love ,
confronts is that of choosing how best to love
and in In
was achieved, have nevertheless broken marriage, growth marriage, signifi
the person or the neighbor. The art of living calls partners in those broken marriages, while way to premarital experience. Yet growth in
for sifting the values at conflict in a situation and sexual troubles biologically,had evidently quality of sex and love in marriage cannot be
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choosing so that all persons Involved can experience other sources of disharmony that so reduced for granted. Have we, unwittingly perhaps
growth. sense of common purpose that sex 'without the matter of quality of sex in marriage to the j
Accordingly, in any discussion of concrete sexual without fear of pregnancy did not avail to vendors of devices that promise to pre- .
problems there is no black-and-white moral stencil togetherness.The and increase sexual vitality and pleasure? -1\
that can be imposed on individual situations with- real divorce In marriage, the we perhaps too conveniently assumed that people
out taking into consideration the whole context of the or spiritual divorce, takes place when two understand that their sexual troubles--often sexual
conflicting values involved. If In a specific situationit have nothing important to say to each other. aggravated by artificial stimulants -- fre-
seems advisable to suggest action that would nor- presumably smooth sexual experiences by stem from the crisis in their search for
mally not be desirable and that is now desirable because failed to provide adequate foundation for other values? At any rate, the focus of our
it seems to be the best way out of a desperate fying life-experiences. On the other hand, must include growth within marriage as a
situation, let us face that possibility squarely. But extent that sexual Intercourse can be a way of of quality In sexual experience.

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The speech which was presentedthe
other night by Sam Hadarvi
concerning the crisis of tlie Jordan
I
River brought to light many inter-
esting and, I suspect, unrealizedfacts
about the real Issues behindthe

trouble between the Arabs and \ .
the Israelis. So, as an Americanand _
outsider to this .
as an problem,
I believe that I can write with an
unbiased attitude -- with the hopeof
not presenting myself as a
meddler.
The predominate problem which
was presented by Mr. Hadarvl
not essentially one concerning dis-
agreement over water rights.It is,
rather one of land occupation. In

1948 the United States partitioned k ..
Palestine into a separate Israeli FMS nyy
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CHILD CARE. Permanent basis.

I I ServicesCHILD I Home with large back yard. $10
week. Call 372-6950. 3026 N. W. CINEMAtLeopard'
F 13th St. (M-lll-6t-p).
or trade Jagifer XK 140 for CARE $8.00 week ($1.60

her sport car. Call 372-6755. day) Babysitting .40 hour (any NESTOR'S -- TV, RADIO, HIFI
;-110-3t-c). time). Ironing $2.50 basket. Call SERVICE. Tubes checked free. Offers
2-7601. 120 N. .W. 9th St. (M- Free Estimates. Next to Florida

63 Microbus VW, 4 months old, 89-tf-c). Bookstore parking lot. 1627 N. W.
>w condition, radio, heater, 50 1st Ave. Phone FR 2-7326. (M-
>rsepower motor. $2300. 376- Papers, thesis, dissertations 67-MWF-c).
)60. fG-110-3t-c).- typed on electric typewriter. Rea- Tedious 3 HoursBy
363 Tempest convertible. Mid- sonable rates. Call 376-1824 afternoons If you are interested in having

Ight blue-color. 8000 miles$1995. or evenings (M-109- someone Iron for you In your
married. 6-8904. 3t-c). home Monday mornings (4 hrs.
wner getting
> at 75? hr.) Please call Nancyat
per
There are,
-109-5t-c). DON FEDERMANAt and events portrayed.
TYPING -- Terri papers, thesis, 6-8801. She does excellent work when Visconti
of course, times
dissertations, manuscripts, and Is very dependable. Call me the State Is Luchino Visconti's church
imca-4 speed transmission. shows brilliance, as In one
$
,,959 ompletely over-hauled, Good gas novels, IBM typewriter. Reason- for my recommendation 2-6229. (Rocco and His Brothers) lavish scene where Fabrizio's familyaseen -
able rates. 2-0328. 815 S. W. Call after 5:30. Mrs. Canney. of dl Lampedusa'snovel
offer. Call Libby presentation ) as tired, pitiful
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where the family priest
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MUST SELL: '57 Mercury, 4 dr. It is a movie about the change shows scene his naivete about the body
I. T. Radio, heater, 5 good tires.
Bourbon
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959 LINCOLN -- 2 door. Orlgi- 1618 N. W. 1st Ave. joining Uni- people remain constants amidst near the close of the movie.
jial cost $7,000. Must sell at once versity post office. 2-7233 or change ("The sheep and Jackals Out for the most part, Visconti (
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ree. Call FR 2-3251 after 6:00 says Don Fabrizio,the noble princeof images are so awkward and j
km. (G-89-tf-c). GARNER DRAFTING SERVICE. the old order). strained (the mark of too self-
Leroy lettering, charts, graphical
conslcous a director) that one
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data for Ozalid reproduction for conti has tried to capture this obviousness. The perfect Illustration -
Univ. Extension 2832, thesis and dissertations. 372- piece of history and the Idea of of this Is that by the end of

or Room.14Fla. Union. 8008. (M-107-10t-c). change without change. And it must the movie, we are well aware of
be said that he hasn't missed a Fabrizio's decline, but during the
aawa\\i\w xrwnv v! vn.qva. .'a'ak detail. Everything Is as It was, I
i\IP\ course of the picture, this aware
suppose. ness Is evident only during a few

Instances ... little climaxes to remind -
But unfortunately, this dedica-
us the picture is vainly tryingto
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BURT LANCASTER move onward.
the movie's undoing. What unfolds -
is that Visconti,
Another thing
...in lithe Leopard" now Is a tedious excursion Into ofa
in trying to present a panorama
at the State Theatre. the past, as boring as the people society, sees only surfaces. For

165 minutes, the primacies of acts
are subordinated to their gestures,

We Advertise "Good Food" their representations.
The casting did not help this
movie either. Lancaster rendersa
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competent performance, though
Let Us Prove It To You Tonight! at times he is Inconsistent.Card!-
RJVAr..a nale, though lovely,is terribly disappointing -
in that the personality
she portrays never asserts Itself.
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who cares (rivers flow into not
towards the sea)? It suggests
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tried so hard to succeed that it

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I. The Comical World Of Lou Sello .


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By STEVE VAUGHN

\ Assistant Sports Editor BELLO BEAR-HUGS

The referees walked onto the: Florida Gym floor for the Gator-
Tennessee basketball game Wednesday night. One was short and surprised coke boy. He

skinny; the other dark, sinister looking, and somewhat bald.A 4 later passed out sandwichesto
few minutes after the game started, It was apparent that the
I t crowd.
latter was Lou Bello, the comedian-referee whose antics have made
basketball world and down the Eastern Sea- ,
his name known In the up I
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There were actually two separate performances here Wednesdaythe -- T,
one by the two basketball teams and the one by Bello. And despitehis
clowning, unorthodox style, he's considered one of the foremost

officials In the business.You 4i 1 / 1
never know what's coming next from Bello. When he walks,
he'll often stagger around as If drunk. When he runs, It's a kind of
shuffling, flatfooted gait you might expect to see In an old Keystone
Kops movie.
Sometimes he'll race the teams
downcourt. Other times he'll
hardly cross the midcourt stripe.

During game action, after get-
ting Into position, he'll usually
just stand around in a slumped

position, continually tucking his
shirt In.Somtimes. -
he'll plant his feet
in a wide stance on the floor, fold BRING ON CLAY

his arms across his chest and casta
piercing glance from dark eyesat Bello seems to be sayingas

the players, as if daring some- he indicates foul to scor-
one to commit a foul.
When he spots a foul, It he's ers table. N

standing still he'll kick his leg Tennessee player accidentally

up and rare back in a fashion simi- stepped out of bounds with the ball,

lar to Warren Spahn's pitching Bello raced over to the spot from t:! A
f delivery. He'll blast his whistle about 30 feet
away, leaped the last
and lurch forward with one finger 10 feet, fell to one knee, and with ..A4r y + 4S
pointing to some player often far his nose almost to the floor shooka

across the court.I' pointing finger at the spot for
HE YELLS AT FANS "O.K., NUMBER 43," he'll yell, almost 10 seconds.
"'I SAW THAT!"

I's (Avove), as half comes Then he'll take a roundabout

to close. (Below), he chartrip to the official scorers table. Photos By PHIL KRUG
.i I Bello can be at his best when
ges Gators Moore with tou I. play is stopped. Once, when aWake
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Another time, from out of the THAT WAY!
k blue he started shadow boxing.
:4
1 And once he pulled a coin out of r

his pocket and flipped It as if Bello points, and Gators' ,
to decide who should control the Mont Highley follows.some .
ball on a close out of bounds play.

During time-outs he's quite
amiable with almost anybody, especially drinks out of the boy's holder, Bello and the other official, who'
the cheerleaders. Duringone threw the boy a bill and passedout seemed like the straight man in,
cheer he established a position the drinks to people in the a comedy team act, were given
lower stands.At the Florida
directly in front of one of the UF Gym paper throwing
cheerleaders, with his feet spread halftime, when barbecue treatment by fans who took a dim
wide and his hands on his hips, sandwiches were brought to the view of one of their calls. Bello
h f iw taking in the whole show with a press tables, Bello snatched about ran over, picked up a wad of
big grin on his face. The fans six of the sandwiches, to the sur- crumpled paper, threw It back up
roared with laughter. prise of the colored waiter. He in the stands,and yelled In his deep,
r began passing them out to even husky voice, "HEY, LET'S CUT
A. During another break a young more surprised persons sittingin THAT OUTI"
coke boy happened by. Bello the lower level stands. Again Not another piece of paper could
grabbed him a big bear hug,picked the fans roared. be seen falling to the floor.




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.: GLENN STOKES Run SaturdayThe

Outdoor Editor

annual Orange and Blue
/ j
I' .4tJ- track meet will be run Saturday
morning starting at 10 a.m. for
the field events and 10:30 a.m.
Spring has arrived (unofficially, of course) with a flurry of out- fot the mile run.
door activity.
Fishing, archery, sailing, and even water skiing saw tKlr enthusiastsIn Coach Percy Beard said, "I
action Sunday. The tilting of the earth on Its axis and Its concomitants !- divided the varsity and freshman
( (lengthening of the daylight period and higher temperatures) result y hy tP squads into two nearly equal squads
I in a reawakening In the great outdoors. with Captain Pete Rowe coachingthe
Improved fishing Is a result of the higher temperatures. These Blue team and Charles Good-
[higher dally temperatures also are Indirectly responsible for the year the Orange Squad."
I increased activity In the water sports -- warmer waters are easier ..w'IRR

I to take. Rowe Is In the Infirmary withan
Injured back and may not be
Fishing CapsuleCEDAR able to compete Saturday. Ken
Wieand pulled a muscle while run
k ning the 440-yard dash
on Wed- >
Atlantic Coast
KEY ( )
nesday. Weiand was to be on the
Speckled trout and redfish are being taken; but fishing is slow. Orange squad.

|Mullet are yielding to the cast net.LAKE .

Goodyear said, "At present,
LOCHLOOSA 5 there are Injuries on both squads,
so the original balance Is now dis-
Speck fishing excellent; bass fishing good. Best bets are specks torted.
Ion the beds and live bait for bass.
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SANTE FE LAKE t Ib Coach Walter Welsch,the assistant -
track coach said, "There
Speck fishing excellent; bass fishing good. Best bets are yellow should be several records brokenIn
|Jig with minnow for specks and shiners for bass. the meet. David Wilson, of the
frosh, broke the three-quarter and
LAKE GEORGE one and one-half mile marks on
Saturday and on Monday, smashedhis
COME ON YOU GUYS mile and one-half record again.It .
bass fishing good to excellent. Best bets
excellent
Speck fishing ; was 7:30 at the start of the year
[for specks and bass are fishing runs and creeks entering the lake. and he now has It down to "
7:03.
eager Paul Morton appears to say as he waits in

front of the scorer's table just before entering the game.
LAKE WAUBER'GCamp Wauberg) Morton's heads-up play earned him a starting role in Jim Brown, of the Orange squad,
tied the varsity three-quarter mile
Speck fishing good; bass fishing fair to good. Specks have been the last half of the season.Southpaw. record with 3:09.5. Wilson runs
biting well In the last few days. Bass are running small. for the Blue.


NEWNAN'S LAKE
Last Saturday, Scot Hager, a
Speck fishing good to excellent; bass fishing good. Best bets are MortonIn freshman on the Orange squad,
north end and west side for specks and the west side for bass. Best set a 330-yard Intermediate hurdle
bass baits are plastic worms, top-water Paw Paw, and Hawaiian record of 40.0. Dill Roberts, of
Wiggler(No. 2). the Blue, broke the varsity record
Key Cage RolePlaying with a 40.4 timing. The Inter-
ORANGE LAKE mediate hurdles are three feet high r ,

Speck fishing excellent; bass fishing good. Best bets are beds for and 40 yards apart.
George Leach, an Orange
man,
specks and live bait for bass. varsity basketball this to the UF on an athletic scholar-
ran 9.8 for the 100 yard dash, but
WATERMELON POND season, after spending two yearsin ship. acquired blisters on his feet this
the Army, ranks as Gator for- "I picked Florida because of week which may slow him down.
Bass fishing good to excellent. Plastic worms have been doing well. ward Paul Morton's biggest thrill. Coach Sloan, the athletic program
"It was very difficult to come here, and because it is a good I
back from the army," he said. school."I .
Intramural "Physically, my conditioning regressed also liked Florida because it .,
Jim Instead of progressed."In is big, thus the basketball better. rt
basketball, you have to ben I think if you're going to make it,
SoftballORANGE condition to polish your moves you should make It big."
and work on your weak points.So Majoring In physical educationis
LaBrec when we played our first game Morton's current plan becausehe
against FSU, I knew I was on the enjoys working with children.
LEAGUESN team and it gave me quite a "When I was stationed In Vim,
thrill," Morton said. Germany in the Army, I got the
says. 11 Before going Into Army at the chance to work with the dependentsof
PLP 10 end of his freshman year at the the sergeants and to teach them
UF, Morton, who had a broken different sports, and I really enjoyed X
BLUE LEAGUE right wrist, astounded Gator bas- it," Morton said.
ketball fans by averaging 21 pointsa To play on a championship teamIs .X
TKE 10 game as a southpaw. Paul's main goal, and he believes -
PEP 6 "The day after I broke my wrist, that the UF has the potential -
I got out on the court and started to win the SEC championship. -
You can get more Insurance DORM LEAGUE practicing left-handed. It was hardat This, he says, is becauseof
later on, even if you can't pass first, but I got used to it," he the UF's athletic program,
the physical exam at that time. Murphree A over Frame D(forfeit) and the hustle, work and desireof ---
Hard to believe? Call me and I'll Murphree F over Murphree Lfor- said.Paul attended prep school in the entire team. PERCY BEARD .
feit) Manlius, New York before coming -----
show you how. No obligation."
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By JOHN CLENDENON during the afternoon," Fuller said,
Sports Writer "wlth'most of them pitching for
two or three innings.
? I
Florida's baseball teamshootIng -
_.u for the moon after a 30-9 Fuller said he will start Jim
record last season--opens its Blggart on the mound in the first

season with a snake hunt Satur- game, with Danny Eggart reliev- ai
day in Lakeland with the Florl- ing him in the fourth Inning--pro-
day Southern Moccasins playingthe viding disaster or "poison"
part of the "hunted." doesn't strike before then.
i ,
rv Biggart, a 5- D
Coach Dave Fuller is expected er, was 6-3 for the Gators last
to unload his talent-rich pitching year. Eggart led the staff witha
staff on the Mocs in a doubleheader 10-2 slate. {
: affair.
The mound corps combined for
"We'll use most of our pitchers an overall 2.29 earned-run aver-

age.Fuller
will start Dave Porter
*, behind the plate, Tom Shannon at

first, Ron Creese at second, Earl '
Montgomery at third, Randy Mor-
Tennis Fracas croft at shortstop, and Jim Dun-

can, Jim Elliott and BlllBlomgren
in the outfield. g
Set With FSU '

Porter, Morcroft, Duncan, !"
Florida's undefeated tennis team Montgomery, Elliott and Creese
RING PERFtUION will attempt to become the first return from last year's squad,

is demonstrated by UP gymnast Bill Kelley. Florida Gator spring sports team to whip while Shannon and Blomgren are
FSU tomorrow in Tallahassee.Led newcomers to the batandglovesport. y rvM4
;' will host David-Lipscomb College today at 2:15 p.m. by captain and SEC singles .

> and Georgia Southern College tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. champion Bill Tym, the Gators Morcroft Is the only .300 hit-
. have posted a pair of easy victories ter returning. The stocky (5-8,
y in a pair of gymnastic meets. over Rollins thus far, one 170) shortstop from Pittsburgh hit s

: on the road and one at home. .310.
t. Car Show SlatedSports Other top Gator netters are Dave
Morcroft Is no wallflower In the
Bonner (Poughkeepsie, N. Y.),
field either. His groundroamingantics
Steve Gardner (Plant City), Jerry x.
car enthusiasts will havean filled out at the show. Entry fee resemble a tarpulln on a
Pfieffer (Ft. Lauderdale), Don
opportunity to "show their for the Gymkhana Is one dollar. rainy day.
Losman (Miami Beach), Vic Stone
4 stuff" in a sports car show and Other entries are without charge. Montgomery, who hit .261 last
(Clearwater) and Ron Rebhuhn
Gymkhana Saturday, March 15. year and was second in runs-
(Great Neck, N. Y.).
The event, sponsored by the Three sports car classes and two Following a Monday road match batted-In with 27, will be playingthe JIM BIGGART
Florida Union Fine Arts Committee sedan classes will be run In the hot corner for the first time
Stetson Coach Bill Pot-
against ,
and the University Sports Car Gymkhana. Dash plaques will be ter's team returns home next week after last year's tour of duty In will open on the mound

Club, will begin at 1 p.m. on Lot awarded the winner of each classin for matches against Pennsylvaniaon the outfield. against Florida Southern tomorrow -
15 of the commuter parking area the show. The entrant makingthe
on best combined showing will Wednesday, the 11th,and Tulane The Gators will open their home in a twin bill in
C campus. Saturday, the 14th. season Wednesday against Florida
Official entry blanks may be receive a trophy. Lakeland.
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The Flornda X1 ligator The .Journtynian FOhIL lhillips promises a program of ''folk songs arnd comn edy --along with some audience 'sing alongs' when the trio headlights the -.~ ,',1 TONIGHT Journeymen 196-4 Sp r Ing F rol ics toni ght .it 8:30 im the Florirda Gym. Phillips was intern ewetd b', telephone last night. The Journeymen, folksingjug trio to, ( apitol HrIdn s, Woi mntd thy er veal s ago wheni they met in New \ ink 1 It, saidi Phillips. i'Dtck WAt's'rm.'ii w Is a studio musician .ijti Scott MIKenzie and I we r, s nging with a jan/ group. We needed another guitarist antd Ick jolirdi us. We've been ~ingnng togetber ever sante.' flis is the rirsi appearaite at UF for the trio, who have played at schools all over the South' Including the Universities of Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi and Florida State. All three members of the trio sing and play the guitar and Weissman plays the banjo. They have composed many of their own songs as well as songs for other folk groups. "Dick has writtenfor Peter, Paul and Mary and l've written' couple songs for the Kingston The Journeymen are all former college students. Weissnian holds an MA from Columbia and McKenzie and Phillips "have attended varius schools, though neither of us ever graduated," said Phillips. Appearing with men In Frolics Sylvia, duo. the Journeyare Ian andi Canadian folksinging A -J SG Committees Under Scr utiny Siri ii satutItIt 'o'twlmenlt t I egisliti'e ( onuatil ( onimnittet,, rnii f.o t ihl Istfhmett IItXI.ys S speC(1aam'tting of Ihe Ptile", ni ( ilerilir I olrltntt,, ,fidilutg to lames H. (1)ick) uoher, Stidelt bod e -presidiett. ''lj~ ray membIer, of these mniitttes ite nmrely tatlehtfldets Gober ,ald. The prescinte of useles -comm ittees gives S(,a bad name anti makes it appeal 'Mickey Mouse'" Rut I, .Budd v) B Iii majority flour le ide, cautioned against die activating committees. "I feel the cOIIJICI tain only be active by Involvir.g the members In committee work,'' Blain said. 'Just because a committee hasn't functioned in the past is no reason toi dllish it It theye is a iieeti.' U ut, CtI as th airmii i of the otiriil. lie was elected In the kpig elections ujnder the Gator Pii tv tba,.'r .laui s member of \.TI, Party, which holds a W-3 edge ii te (outitl. yhe Pul's and( Calendair C inmmItthe w i meet with G ober today -ii 11 p.-,. lhe committee Is compowsrui of Bilalin, Fa Il arker, floo, I iade r; In Hic hard I .(1) k) Plhompson, iv I. Party mtemlbey .ni aj Itv whip in the tunii1. III fin n:itI hr would not ,)laborath on his ideas 0111-! ning Gotier's proposal to abolish n' rt Mn comnmnittees amti I .fter today's metling. Barker said he beltrvedueber's proposal would di awnooDnositiorn, (See L EG COUNCIL Page 2) Ruby Witnesses Say Police Preve nted Further Sootig DALLAS cursed Le 'rat son of he shot him prevented hi (1'PI) -Jack Ruby Harvey Oswald as a a bitch" just before and told police they mn from hootingg the accused assassin again ad again, witnesses said Thursday,. Three policemen present at the slaying on Nov. 24 dlc Ruby murder trial as I attorney sought to dra' of Ruby as a sane,c killer. They testified: Ruby burst through (See RUBY, Page rtrlfied the he district a picture o lit bedd the 2) Communications "No Roo m for Hucksters," 'What Makes a 'Good' Commrnercial," 'The Climate In Washington," and "What's Happened to Magazines' are some of the topics to be focused on during the Sixth Annual Communications Week which begins today and runs Cl umnistf A cr u sad in g newspaper columnist, blinded by acid thrown in his face, will speak on campus next week during Gator Gras. Victor Riesel, famed for his exposes of labor racketeers, will speak March 13, In the Uiniversity Auditorirn) at 8:15 p.m. on the topic "Inside Labor.' Earlier In the evening he will speak at the Student Leaders' Banquet in the Student ServIce Center. Sponsored by the Forums conmittne, the speech is open to the public. A reception will follow in Bryan Lounge of the FlorIda Unon. A reporter for ovw r 30 years, Riesel grew up In New York's lower East Side, where crime and sweatshops we re common. His father was a union man who died through Tuesday, according to Rae 0. Weimer, director of the UF school of Journalism and Comnmnuniications. This week is set aside eachyear to givye the journalism and communication students an opportunity to meet and talk with state and national figures in the fields of advertising, broadcasting and journalism. "We started in 1959 and this years program will be the largest by a considerable margin," Weimer said,. The annual event which was started to help students meet professionals and know what each other Is doing has grown from meetings an the Florida Union to the Hub. Response has been so great from stat, and national media, that the Hub facilities are now inadequate to allow everyone Week to attetid all of the meetings, itcording to Weimer, "Three specifIc days have been designated," Weimer said. "Today will be Journalism Day, Mornday will be Broadcasting Day and Tuesday will be Public Relations Day." Speakers for Broadcasting Day include Dan Ratter, CBS News anchor man in Dallas at the time of President Kennedy's assassination, now CBS White House correspondent; Frederick W. Ford, commissioner Federal Comnmunications Commission; Morgan fleatty, NBC News, who will speak via two-way hookupfrom New York; Jim Hulbert, National Association of Broadcasters assistant to the President; and Peter Hackes, NBC News, Washington. Journalism Day speakers wiulb. Fred Pettijolm, president of the Largest Florida Daily Newspaper Assoelatiorn; Barney Water, president of the Associated Press Association of Florida; Bruce Manning, mlanaging editor of the Florida TimesUnion; C or tlIand Anderson, managing editor of the St. Petersburg Times; Peter French, managing news editor of Business Week; and former School of Journalism professor John Martin row with the U nlted States lnformatlon Agency (USIA) in Washington. Advertising and Public Relations Day will feature John M. Fuhrman, public relations counselor, CinCinnlati office ''f Carl Byoir & Associates, I 'c., New York; Franklyn R. Hawkins, advertising manager, Libby Owens FordGlass Company, Toledo, Ohio; Philip E. DeBerard Jr., division public rejations m anager, SouthernBell Telqphone Co mpany, Miami; a, ~~.aEver Harold M. Spielman, senior vice president, Schweri n Research Corporation, New York; and H.L. McOsker, director classified tiepartment, Miami Herald. "The support of th, program by s tite and nationalcommwn. cation assoei atlons hagdoo. great deal to give the Schooj of JournalIsm and Commiunicetion. national recognition," Weimer said. (SE E SCH EDULE, PAGE 2) New York comes to Florida tomorrow for a fashion show at the Florida Union. Seven Florida coeds will model clothes at the show for th. working girl in New York this summer. Barbara Horn will be commentator. Thu theme of th. show IM'Fashions for the Fair" and includes lounging and piay cloth. as well as working clothes, It is aimed .1 showing Florida girls what to take with then, to the World's Fair in New York this summer. AT FROLICS p ~2t 4 A~ a

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Ihe H r'id J Albto Fr, 11/ A H ~ 96 Peace Union Funds Plans To Reapply For Recognition The Student Peace Union (SPU), decided in a meeting Wednesday night to reapply for rerognitiort as a student organiatiun, accord ig to Bill Warriner, chairman of the executive committee. R.cognition of the (lub was refused by theUtF Comm rittee on Fraternities, Societies antiCiubsear11er primarily because, according to Warriner, their statement of purpose was "vague and not quite concise enough.' He said revi.'ions will be made on the statement as soon as possible aid the group will then reapply. The revisions, I said, will nmalnly consist of making th st at,ment of piurpose a bit Ilearer, What War riie r te rmne' a major stumbj Ing block' was et ion which stated that the r bib would get opinions from the national office but would be in no way ronmmitted to these opinions. The national organization ofSPT has 125 chapters and Is part of a national peace movement.'' Journalism Da) 8,40 a.m. WELCOME TO COMMUNIC A TIONS WEEK AND JOURNALISM DAY -Director Rio 0. Weimer; Fred PettiJohn, president of Florida Daily Newspaper Association and executive editor of the Ft. Lauderdale News; Barney Waters, president of Associated Press Asan. of Florida and managing editor of the Pomnpaao Beach Sun-Seninci. 9:00 a.m. THE FLORIDA MANAGING EDITOR LOOKS AT HIS JOB --Moderator, Barney Waters; Panel: Bruce Manning, managing .ditor of the Florid. Times-Union, Jacksonvilie; CIev. Ham'm, managing *dltor of the Lakelajud Leger. 9:30 E~m. COFFEE BREAK -Florida Press Association, Sponsor. 9:50 &ii. THE FLDRIDA MANAGING EDITOR LOOKS AT HIS JOB -Panel: Cortland Anderson, managing editor oftheSt. Petersburg Times; Steve Pappas, managing editor of the Daytona Beach News-Journal; Milt Kelly, managing editor, Ft. Laudenial. News. 10:30 ta. QUESTIONS AND ANSWE RS (MODE RATOR AND ALL FOUR PANEL MEMBERS) 11:00 a.m. WHAT'S HAPPENING TO MAGAZINES -Peter French, Managing News Editor, Business Week, New York City. 12:10 aj~m. LUNCHEON -Sponsored by Florida Press Association and Florida Daily Newspaper Publishers' Association. Mr. Pettijohn, speaker. 2:30 p.m. AU'TOMATION IN THE NEWSPAPER WORLD -Moderator: Cecil B. Kelley, Jr., Assistant Employee Relations Consultant, Perry Publications, Inc., West Palm Beach; Panel: Wally Reichert, assistant production manager of the Palm Beach Post-Times, West Paint Beach; Nolan Toothnhan, RCA Electronic Data Processing Branch Manager, Coral Gables. 6:30 p.m. SIGMA DELTA CHI DINNER -Speaker: John L. Martin, United States Information Agency, Washington, D.C. r V -ouR HoME-BAKE ~jNA I A\ er rtliing to \\lrI 11ns, the pta pose of time IO( ii gi oup iS 'priThe gr oup, he said, wiil tis Vo f piesenlt to a. roiily people .is pOSSIbit as multh fictiiil inf}rmalt loll Il mamen~Cft (J ''fnythling that rtmjt promote pe aip. T he c 'up is also very much inter ested in the Uuilted Nations. InfllUded in their plans, aeod ing to Warr tor, ts t program with a UN speaker next fall. The group is also planning to have more speakers and some other activities although he said temporary .ecognition, has campaigned against compulsory ROTC at the UF' Warriner said they feel that ROTC at the U F is more of a "propaganda machine" than anything academic, and is a''clearing house for the dissemination of Cold War ideas." He said the group is working to bring out the fact that ROTC at a land grant college must be compulsory. He cited the Massachusetts Institute of Technology as an example of a land grant college which has voluntary RO'T, saying that they were noneof the leaders" In the voluntary ROTC movement. Ne Trimeste ndI t In 1n1111a to ev ,hiatt It win th, iytordintg to ti gil W. Kopp, icee presiett of aIAdemli .iti, A rrmihttS of 10 I ep eseriti. tes has applied Lu I a grant from the .>. Office ot EdCtjinl to Rubyoesioa Tral f (Continued from Page I) of newsmen in the basement of city jail spitting the words, ''You Leg Council (Continued from Page I) ''I can't see how Rules and Cal.endar Committee can oppose the abolishing of useless committees that have no function," he said. 'I don't anticipate opposition on this proposal" But ot he r sources predicted more committees may be created at the meeting. The spokesman predicted strong opposition to abolishing committees. Blain said he would announce committee appointments as soon as they are available. He added that such announcements may be delayed if 'other facts artse that demand consideration. 1win R I A5 4 VI 'I' orG al IND pring & Su,,nqr Dresses 'eg .$10.98 to 29.98 Skirts eg .$5.98 to 9.98 PECdAL L MADRAS MADRAS OT: SHORTS SHIRTS b $7, eded For r Study If help, tini, wtll be soul It to ii As a last rtehort, I @Auld Utilize escui I and finance its own 14)1! Because both p1.-, m students have i>, plaints against the tiii!i. r S.J. French of theli ~t South Florida i{st d
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Borneo Revival Teologia.n At Religiou tDr. .l41hn i. LI 3th1, p1 tf*'SOI of hlistojIital thkIOlog at Un110n Theologrcal S .i ciii lo Rich-. mond, Xii gimo will ivye a series of three Icect Ie SSunday ail Moniday at tile P'resliyte i mI diversity C e ttertie speals Sunday it r:30 p.mt. Oil The ( h ias t ia AS Is Southernel alunht of i t 01)0t 1 Of learmng;'' .md at 7:30 on ''The (lhz Twentieth Ceratu ry. All lectures ire public. leserv.tlon, for the 11un(1h011 n by Dr. leith Is thi, Busby Memorial Lec sponsorship of tle University Cenlter. lolndy with ( nluriit Mi lday night P11111 in hi open to the mlay be made all i 1g6-3851. first of 1hk, (lirers under Presbyterian The lectures were recently establishedlnmemory of James Lon Busby, who was president of Westminster Fellowship when he was killed in an automobile accident in 1963. A Kent Fellow in the Society on Religion in Higher Education and a member of the AmericanSociety of Church History and the Society for Reformation Research, Dr. Leith's publications include "Creeds of the Churches," which he ed cited, and "John Calvin's Theological Method and Ambiguity in his Theolov." Talks T ry F a Odett-1 C!'t i i ,tph unil S pli t' Ll ltfl tenltL, t~liee if 'I ii aIil,;VI i 4 pih e ti I'a To Spea Center lie Iias sex ved as pt~stnr it Presbyter iin (hurhht in Nashr IlI., Tinn. and Aubu, n, Ala. and on the fait ulty of (olumbtuat Senijnu V andi Alabanl,a Polyttlhikb Institute. lie is ill tilt Prtshvt+'i LII ,erer II Asembiv's Fomittei (dn IQViS~tiI of the hBook of Church Order,'' the bcarri or ''Presbyterian Survey,"' lind (011 trlutn~ editor of ''Presbyvlerian Outlook.' DR. JOHN LEITH Dead; 'Is ft <4 Dr Malone Here *1 ii hi I hi' 55e, NMahiiti thi ~l 'IT( Al fissail of htsloi V I lhr of li N l't it \ i Iiha il I tiIFiil h.!m t It ahto a: t i,' ss ue o lt eini~t i o pill i. s Sa iii~ I L~S SeC \,'4 iltt flmit It Co itIS 1 (,.i5 -flk IS iti hpeltit' ini iQew of lIionhlilan retusal to withtr til the ner lilt', T.mt' Lshv it i l il ts.tkl wtiievir mitrsg 1% n11,1 5(8* to t.eai lie Its (,pponS I ti'h InluslOn If Ihc i r et, stitis of Sibjil iiiii
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C ~ 1W Z~ 13 S txrc SCENE FROM LAST YEAR'S GA TOR GRAS .as Delta Thu Delta's Tom Wilhoams and Bill Croucher brace in the next bucket of water in the Delt booth. Pianist WordFc By PATTI PITZ4 staff Writer Until a 17th century English lord was discovered in the family history of 'Thomas E. (Tom) Clyburn, marketing senior and parl-time Is imoU Cousin sVaOn pianist, his name and his musical talent only seemed a strange coincidence. In a family tree search made last year by Clyburn's uncle, cvidance was uncovered showing the CLY BURN has attended his cousin's concerts, but never met (Photos by Carolyn Johnston) Alligator Queen Contest Off apparently didn't interest many girls, said Alligator contest chairman Judy Lynn Prince. preparation for Of Ci biU rr UP business administration student and the world renowned concert pianist Van Cliburn share more than similar names and an interest in the piano. Both are descendents of a Lord Claybourne of Killerby, England leaving the Claybourne Castle Lord Claybourne arrived in th American colonies during th 1600's, or so the story goes a Clyburn recalls. The Claybournes eventually set tIed in Louisiana, the state in whic Clyburn was torn. How and when the original nam, was changed is obscure. Cfly burn's branch of the family no' hail from Souh Calna. stead of -van' quipped Tom, whi was studying piano when his dis tant cousin was IS and still un known to the world. 'Although my parents hoped would become a concert pianist when I was young, college and a business career seemed more dia ble,' be explained. Clybutrn has never met his fame' relative, but he has attended a fe; of his Florida concerts. like the more famous Cliburn Tom's talent has been handy econ omicallv. "Between business and mus, I've been able to work my wa through school," he said. He has played all along th "platinum coast near the spaci center, and at parties and gather ings from Jacksonville to Ocala Making as much as $1s0 a nIght Clyburn specializes In popular an semi-classical music done tnwha he ta'm. a "'listenable style.' wit' a thee-piece bad"kn a the Collegians for private partie and dances. With hopes toenter management Clyturn feels that a career inbusi 13th Fo Deter C [inlay, the 13th, will hive a nbance to i edeem itself i a day of misfortune and sadnesIS as Gto, (rat turns the IF Iiampu' iito two days 4f utitles iext weekend. in an ecfrt to bring a lige student Tes tiationi 0 the camipti ithe winter t ri mestet when few, activties existed, Studleit Go'ernmnent lbegan~ plamrnig the first G*to, C ras seve ci ears ig,. Two yenr s lit.r thel ideas developed completely toi produce what they onside red s spt-i I GUator Growl.'' The original festivities which lasted seven lays centered around Parent', Day'' and a Dollars (or Scholars' c campaign. The 1959 Gras started April 3 and packed its week with athletic events, street dances, Sigma ChM Sen HubertHumphrey. JackSite .was the general chairman. -'Second Semester HomeLeader of the Year" Charles P11winner of the student talent show. Ringing the legs of sorority women with garters was the object of one of the game booths in the carnival at the 1962 Gator Gras, under the direction of Franklin SRitch. Also featured was a booth ,which taught students how to match their wits with those of proefessors--''A Unique Way to Pass sa Progress Test.'' J. Ron Smith was selected ''Student leader of -the Year.'' J0 Anne N ot a ris reigned as eQueen over the 1963 Gator Gras festivities which included a street us To pros binie, annual 8tudeiit Banquet, car mvi VIndih tale Wilson Atkinson, gelier I man headed the student I unor' The Gator Gras of todl, taken one a new look in i with the first Gras prog, im years ago when the te< lasted seven days. Thit> t foal Gator Gras will kirk 4 weekend with nittionil .inI I ii, celebrities and local talent I day, Mirch 13. Following the t r a l, t I i n, 'Student Loader 01 the YXi be announced at the Stulen i L ership Banquet, the rist event, where Victor hiesaI speak on ''inside'' LAxui at 7 in the Hub banquet loom. Nii will address the eutui e at 8:15 p.m. in the t'nlvei sit ditorium. Students will try their 4ki1 various game booths at lhb profit carnival March 4, fr-omn lawn Pries ill e aai nd t thle most original booth trid to the booth having the most pro eeds. begins at 8:15, March 14 ini the activity to all those partlcipiting in Gator Gras. Al Leonard is Gras' general chairman, with Annie Curtis, pb licity chairman and Karen kirl, queen contest chairman. Due to the trimester system jid the addition of spring actiItIs Gator Gras is limited toone weekend of entertainment for studnih Although Gator Gras his i'eli shortened," commented Miss ( itis, 'it S real purpose, which is to bring campus organization together in competition, has not been lost." F rat Weekends Scheduled Feast, fun, and frolic are In store forthe ThetaChi'sthis weekend as they hold their annual Dream Girl Ball. T'onighit, the banquet will set the scene for the announcement of their IDream Girl and the presentation of awards. Tomorrow i's off to the beach for a day of sun, sand, and suds. That evening the TX's wiil Journey back to the house for a casual party. Electing officers and planning the Sweetheart Contest have dominated the week for he Beta 'Theta I w I d w Pi's. All-A merica swimmer Jeri y Livingston Is the new Beta pi cilent; John Jokinen, vice-presideii; Allen Williams, treasurer; T~aising Price, rush chairman, wi Roy Watson, pledge master Sweetheart committee chaii mlII Grover Robinson announced t it 22 independent and sorority glib are vying for the title of Bela sweetheart. The girls will itenid two dinner socrals March 9 jud II before the winner is named at a semi-formal dance at the Beta house March 14. Pledges Are Auctioned By JUDY Campus LYNN PRINCE Living Editor Simon Legree will have his whip out at the Sigma Kappa House tonight. Tothe plegs wil rbeauctioedoff raising project. The "slaves" will wnrk hard for their "masters" tomorrow morning. On the agenda for next week, the SK's as Blue Key Speakers were Met-i Grey, Leslie Hood, and AlISOfl Conner. With fraternity weekends in the limelight, ShCTyI LCISt from the AXO House captured the Swflthert cown at the Fiji House last The DPhIE's are looking forward to their annual weekend March 13-14. Vickie Wheithorn, w. S. A. president has been nomInated for UF ei twill 'i7l 11n ... him. It's an over. Becaus, only one organization earn, forward with a nomination

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4 a 4 ~i*r. a Fog 'I I PHI MU AND PHI DELTA THETA .representatives accepted trophies for top efforts in the Sig this year ot the Heart Fund Banquet lost night. Left to right ore All Schlechter, chairman; andC Bookstore Same Bookstore prices~ Ac oss tee country, on thy ev.r ag., II C the Sifmi IS prifts IIL Iac(r(rin to the fii, (tor of the C amrpils Shop and Bookstore, S.1. (etzen. lie said that usually the .rmailoir the school, the pohiry is about back from~ the *t Also, Get/aen bookstore offer cii books that the following Iri the hooks back we know we can less libp ral their buy, ig textIbok udents. said, the cam pus i salvage price will not be in use mesh',. We buy Tot 4he amount get from the book brokers," he idded. In many instances, textbooks which are no longer in use on this campus, may still be used at other schools. Demand for a book, arnd not the raleridat age, deterninles the value, stated (eizen. Rapid changes in the textbooks which are used in a particular field, such as medicine, will tend to ilirrease pitS in that field, hi added. lie pi iCe SoI nw hooks tie lelci ni ed by lh. pub! shir I lnd not the lbookstoI e, he statid. (etzeii cited thi. adumat'ge of students Ibuyiiip used Nrioks. "A student buying ,r tiSfd bhk usii.,l has better iet'u it on his ,iorey, than a student who buys the same book new. This is because the value ,s determined by demand, and not by how muny tirnes the book is used." The only other thing which may affect the value is condition. Another aid to the student who wishes to save money Is the Student Book Sale at the beginning of each trimester. The Sale is a student government -sponsored pro ject, whore students purchase textbooks from other students who are selling books they hive already used. Chairman of the Sale, Fred Lane, said that students save money because the middle man is bypassed. He added that 2,200 students participated in the last sale. Lane also added that the Student Book Sale Is not in competition with the bookstore. Charged In FEC Beating FORT PIERCE, (UP!) -Two striking Florida East Coast Railway workers have been charged with the Monday night beating of an FEC conductor as he returned froni work. C* line rnuntv Sheriff John (,etzen fi .5ilL IS I t uuldn t L studierit." II lots Ep Chr Heart is You Fund Drive ng, Phi Mu, :horlie Curry, Phi Delta Theta. Director Says Everywhere ~lt that tht Studlt 11k
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Rupd I Hdh Al '9tug C'r3d1y Mortd 0 [90 eaitorials 1hw tAx iut is law and hi *Qlie for se'el i ali ly ow. Most people have tih Me] their littl i hats (that sC.err to t'a'i ben published almost ev* rywher'-) to letpr m lnp just how mucnh thti, seekIy or monthly paycheck will have grown. Many of us hap *e'ideud Just how we intend to spendi the cxli a dollars, andi indeed mmr than a few of us have used our c harge plates to get a head start In the game. And, of course, this is just the reaction the internal revenue service anticipated. As has been explained dozens of times in every media, the success of the tax cut depends on that one word -spending. The extra dollars were put directly into the consumer's pocket through the tax cut (rather than through increased government spending) for lust one purpose; so he may proceed directly to his favorite store to start them into circulation. The retailer, in turn, will increase his spending to the wholsalers (due to anticipated increases in future sales) even more than present business warrants' thus, adding to Inventories, his profits, the wholesalers profits, and the general good will of all. The flow of spending ripples its way towards the basic industries, fed at each stage of production with a small spring of increased spending, until it reaches the manufacturing system with its vast gulf of idle capacity and investment opportunities. Of course, at each stage, there is an additional profit for each party concerned thus setting up a row of delectable targets, at which your friendly tax collector calmly aims his fishing arrows. And by taking a greater number of smaller fish, Uncle Sam fills his frying pan even more quickly than the old method of shooting fewer times at larger fish. So the whole scheme depends on the ability of the consumer to overcome that old protege of Ben Franklin's, called thrift, long enough to give the businessman a chance to capture these dollars with his cash register (w'Pch tie historically has been able to do to the tune of 97 cents out of every dolla, of new income). For if he refrains 'rom spending his additional income, the realm of saving (especially in the form of government bonds) may become a protective HAVEN for his goldfish of potential PURCHASING POWER, thus, putting it out of reach of the retailer, the wholesaler, the manufacturer, and most significantly, the income tax collector waiting at each curve of the brook. So, the standard cloakroom joke among Republican Congressmen is a suggestion that the government go on a campaign to persuade the public to put it~s additional Income Into savings bonds--which would drain the dollars from the economy in a stream not dissimilar to the one of votes they hope to start flowing from the Democratic camp Into their reservoir. And so it was with no little humor that we observed a prominent advertisement in one of the big-city papers admonishing the wage earner to run to his nearest bank, and put his pay Increase into one of its thrifty saving accounts. We're still betting against Mr. Franklin's friend, however, because the realm of bank deposits is one place where the husband can never hope to heat his wife to the draw--.or at least to the WITlHdraw. Spire The Thumb, Spoil The Naill EDITOR: Yes Sir Wayne, you hit the nail on the head whether intentionally or not. 'And, thus, the Initiation of the 'Bachelor's itecord Exam (BRtE)' (our tag), may make going through school similar to an ant crawling along a metre stick, under a microscope, with a dynamomneter on his back .and a direct hot-line wired from his antenna to the IBM machine keeping him posted onhis progress." The university is a metre stick and the student is an ant plodding, unreasoning to the next mark. Steven Grimes, 3AS (Editor's Note: Thanks Steve, but it must have been an accident -I usually hit my thumb. W.C.N.) The Florida Allig ator Served by United Press International Managing Editor ..111 Fuller Assistant Managing Editor .John Askins Editorial Editor .Wayne Norlleet Sports Editor .Genn Laney Wire E ditor .Bb Thomias Campus Living Editor .Judy Lynn Prince Editorial Assistants .Ernie Litz, Gail Sobering, Nancy Zim~met, Betty Wendt, Betsy Garrison, Steve Vaughn, Sue Dobbie, Charner Powell and Rual Chandler,. Reporters .Jim Casteilo, Phil Kevener, Joel Gaston, Douglas Molitor, Donita Mathison, Sally Stock, Carol Nobis, Arm Carter, Joe Kollin, Pam Pulley, Agpes Fowles, Bob DeLoach, Fran Snider, Judy Teich, Even Engle, George Mums, Phil Geyer, Don Federman, Becky Quinn, Larry Zimmerman, Jackie Cornelius, Patti Pitt, Gary Williams, Don Davis, Terry Rogers, Sue Haugsted, Joyce Kilmor, George Elmore, David Sumner, Jay Haviser, Joe Zeigler, A 4i i lb. Test (if .That [.rn going to V y rnay ,,lso hE wriurg, bit let US L8slume that the purpse of a IIIIW -sit y IS to t h sti,Wt, how to educate thernse!'es. During the four years a student Is in college, he is expected to change from the dependent high School rhofue it W t l Si 'I Ir ctO e 'a thu h tkitig. Foi t hes.' reason, questions I would lii does the L'niver sity that it has the duty For li t st udelt IrA9 of selfnsil decisionsIhave few ke to ask. Wh1y if Florida feel 1 telling some 6. --j --1 appreciate your adherence to and virtue, Sheila, but this pill congestion!I" 5 old-fashioned morali ty happens to be for nasal Exonerates Infirmiary EDITOR: In regards to the recent attacks on our Student Infirmary which have appeared Irom, time to time in the Alligator, I too would like to sound off. Not to deride ou slander the infirmary but to venerate It and point out a few of its good 'faults." To begin with I wonder just how many students would bother to go to a doctor with their ailments if they had to shell out three to five dollars per visit. Many of the infirmary's patients only suffer from minor ailments such as colds, sore throats, flu, and various other infections which in time will cure themselves. In other words, very few cases of African Sleeping Sickness, Yellow Fever, and Cirrhosis of the Liver. Complaints in the past havebeen too far-fetched awd have dealt with such matters as the receptiongiven students upon arrival, better known as the Ford Assembly Line Method; the nurses, degenerate variations of Florence Nightingale; and our beloved doctors, beloved rejects of the Meat Cutter's Unionof America. These are only colorful discriptions that I have given but they serve to illustrate past comments and letters written against the infirmary and those who work there. I have been to the infirmary quite a number of times and on one occasion, a doctor was even sumnmon-. ed from his home at night to aid me when I slipped and fell on a desk (believe it or not). Evidently the nurse thought it enough for an emergency to call the doctor there-. by disproving Wednesday's letter which stated that it was ailbut impossible to see a doctor for an emergency. Frustrating as it may seem the infirmary does have good reasons for its 'assembly line' and one to spend with ealh patuiint. Theti of corse, there's still the p0s4bIlity of using conveyor bplts to hurry thc st uric it on through, thereby saving even more time. But I imagine the Alligator would receive a few more letters than Usual. I find the complaints and charges made against the doctors and murses Irresponsible and without any foundation what-so-ever. Have yet to see one nurse or one doctor who isn't incapable of being there. They are there to assist and help the patient and that's exactlywhat they do. I have seen the nurses put up with a lot of grumbling and still retain their helpful attitude. The doctors there have always shown me their consideration and adesire to help and also have given me their time no matter what the problem. If for nothingelse we shouldbegla' that we have the u se of the infirmary and its services. To be sure, the infirmary is not perfect and does have its faults, but in the future let's stick to facts and offer useful suggestions instead of needlessly deridln a institution which offers its help; t all university students. Tony M. Smith, 2UC To Thei Pot EDI'TOR: I will make this short and hope you get the point. DON FEDE R-. MAN'S REVIE WS ARE ONE OF THE FEW REDEE MING FE ATURES OF THE ALLIGATOR IN ITS PRESENT FORM-. To be more specific, his reviews are honest and intelligent reports written In a style that is clear and interesting by many standards, Journalistic or literary. Instead of trying to squeeze Mr. Federman's column into your format you would do well to study his style and bring A dultsa Nursury tsm~terits I'phl dive the conty d ie te Uniest of by r thi res mei n a pndL( Ioph time. uth spedtae trem .iud drive around, how did it get 1(1 the business of the inilvers tell students what they dlie their time (and what about the iuniors and seniors)? It seemsthe only authority the Univei e of Florida should have in thismn>tter is to exclude anyone who fo scholastically. ( This, in t iuth probably is the only authority university has, If a test cas WIe ever brought. Because if they m tell a student he cannot di one county, they can till hun he o annot drive in any county, i II doubt they have this uower.) By the same reasoning, t e a little out of place to put im I! on women students. They Are least as mature as the Worm,, whn leave home to work adter gis thon from high school. It is nut t job of the university to wet-muse these women; if their pai ents diii not feel that they were responsill persons, they should hive kejit them at home. Ken Kennedy said,'The limiei sity of Florida is not a greAt li. versity, yet. But we have morE to be proud of here.'' fully g but I ask, Is not the tUntversits (It Florida being a nursery si tuoul oI' young adults in sonme respu Is Stephen P. Kann 21( EDITORRecently I read a letter ini the Alligator about the modusopertnt of the campus police and at seniI to indicate that the police opei ite In a somewhat high-handed mliiner The article I am In refers, and appeared In the Alligator on 4 March 64. I have been involved with the campus police regarding an Irregularity in my driving habits anti have found them to be quite understanding awl helpful. I was not only spared a ticket, but the officer, after having discovered that I ani new at the University, took It upon himself to point out the specifics Of campus driving. Some students, with the aid 0! the Alligator (sorry) and the Grange Peel are beginning to think of the campus police as a bunch of thick-headed clods. Granting that there 'nay be aclodor twodisgulSed as police officers, the majority, I believe, do sincerely have the Interest of the students at heart. John H. Schuller, IUC (Age 22 -in case you're wondering what I'm doing driving on campus) Goo Huo Re. Editor Askins, The N.O.P. article on Kampus Kops, to me, was not humorous at all, in fact, I received the impression that you had to strain to produce it. However, your Wednesday (Feb. 26) article indefenise of the N.O.p. was One of the few e.-d -I U s. I -tjal .--

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ply iv EFxtra -Marital Sex And The Pill ky Pehm A.Bro Iv K., KP Is ~ l h I 5Php r .iI tt eI t~' i le ~ i a i I t Spo)ISittl .ihit Kiler Illy Ii 'pie it. '.2: P TM hn ke ethical lieciIorlt epe.t ill jh ltf alt i !1h1 110 th' tact that aulin rind sttitiorr. will not yield toU? OHe formula. Yet ~t ndvflduali,. IS ILOI po11 aii UrIC ha.s 1)01 given op standiads rior ha., lie,ipt relativism In ethics when he urges th,.t ethic ii p111 ciples must be related to individual situations with a view to understanding all the values at stake ma given person's life. To be told to love your neighbor, or to treat persons as ends in themselves and rnot as means only, does not help much when the pioblemi one confronts is that of choosing how best to lose the person or the neighbor. The alt of living ills for sifting the values it confit in situation mndi choosing so thai all persons involved ill expe, re growth. Accordingly, in any discussion of concrete sexual problems there 5s nO black -and-white moral stencil that can be imposed on individual situations with out takIng into consider atlon the whole context of tle conflicting values Involved. If in a specific situation it seems advisable to suggest action that would normally not be desirable and that is now teuali le because It seems to be the best way out of a desperate situation, let us face that possibility squat ely. B3u1 t a h II ritli' IIt* Lmt e_ .1.d, t, ie ill tii ht' the jiialiti (If 'exuil 'eCperiene I, imipro.d bV the ract liii p1 egnannt tiln be salelv aroi.It. Aftel ill, m' ,rnv ,ar ages in which teal if pa egliaiiv w's riot in Isuin which phmvsilogi-ml seual lhi rminy was .1 tieetd, Iii', rt'er-thrles. blitkei town. l'ht' an Itlr ini those tbrokeni mhih riitgs, Awhile havung ro spxuii trouble', tiokgi(lly, hadevidently expert tented oIL,, soul I is of dashirrmoriy that so I educed their sieis.' of cormmonl purpose that sex "wthu guilt'' or without !tml of pi egnairy 'iii rnt Avail to save their togetlhirnles. q Tb, reil jiivor cc in ma, I tage, the psyrbologlIIal ii ,pi rit ual dlio qe, Itake, place when two pe Isons have riot hing Imnport ant to say to each other thPet presumably smooth sexual expeinces by themselves railed to pr1ov ide adequate founidation for other 'at is tying life -experiences. On thle other Ilandi, t0 the extent that sexuaJ itntettorurse can be a way of siyinw 0 thius [Iiht~! to Th md sl 'Itu en I n ip t ,ty o ro i i lili simpjlv to uuis. pil t n he i ohn 0o intitrl pt ghiaily OH othe feas. iros wht sxfrei from emotIonal mant valuational poser Iv cannikt escape lallimShing retuIs in quality of sexual sitlsfactoan. In Lihi pCIspi'ctiveC adsq uate sex elmc I on will si e, lhii qluallh lan sex, love arid mix rage Is linked with thi' tml growth of value In the ptirsona1Ities Involhed. ( oil 'I n fin quality in sex and love relaies min nag., .ind growth in mar, lag., In. signifiiat way (I p cr1ni iiia expend Itnce. Yet growth in ft' puality If seX aid love ini mar Ilg hrannlot be takenb (ci gI .irted. Hisve wC, untwittinigly perhaps left tile intt,. uof tuly If sex atn marriage to the cOmmerti.i! ,hlhtrs Of lr tes that prnmise to p.e serve suit Inrtase s,'xuai itality mild pleisur e hIavu we per haps too conveniently ,ussumnedtlhat peopi. will undeC: itarilthu thjel, sexual tlmobles--ofteusexual boraicom iggi ava'oI by rt II!Iial shimiulauits -ftIlIItly Steml (nitm the crisis In, theIr seir ch foi significant values At ally :ae thi tonus of mot thiikIng mnust include gi owthi wtthlin m~ll lg.' a Moui tv of 1alItv ii sexual ,xperiic,. Unbiased L[)ITOR: The speech which was presented the other night by Sam, Hladarvi concerning the crisis of 'de Jordan River brought to light many interesting and, I suspect, unrealized racts about the real issues behind the trouble between the Arabs and the Israelis. So, as an American and asan outsider to this problem, I believe that I can write with ani unbiased attitude -with tile hope of not p reserti ng myself as a auddler. The predominate problem which was presented by Mr. Iladarvi is riot essentially one concerning disagreement over water rights,.It Is, rather one of land occupation. Ini 1948 the United States partitioned Palestine Into a separate Israeli state which was defined by a legal, recognized boundary. This in itself did not present the main problem which faces the Arabs andlsraelis today. The trouble created is In reference to the annexation Of internationally -recognized Arab territories by the Israelis. The Arabs were driven from their homes and were forced to take up residence in refugee camps until either they received just compensatlon for their property or could reclaim it for themselves under International law. Neidher of these solutions has been enacted. So the Arabs refuse to recognize the Israeli state on the basis that the Israelis do not abide by the boundaries set upby the United Nations. This is a fact which, whether one agrees with itor not, remains triie. The Arabs DO NOT object to allowing water from the Jordan River to be used in Israel. However, they will not tolerate the diversionwofhwater tobeusedonteir someone else. I hope thatlIam not sounding prejudiced in any onedirectlofl."llesC are simply the facts, which,! hope, will give clearer picture about the tensions and disagreem ents between theArabs and !sraelis.Iwelcome any reply concerning this letter, whether it be from an Arab, a Jew, or an "independent." Michael Stanfleld, aBA L E TTE RS I 4 "1 ONLY FORD-BI LT CARS I Something wonderful'. happened to Ford Motor Company car.! Under the frnht styling seen in years, there's a new kind of durability and vigor t hat more than meets the demands of today's and tomorrow's high-speed turnpike driving conditions. 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And it must be said that he hasn't missed a detail. Everything is as it was, I suppose. But unfortunately, this dedication to authenticity Is Visconti's and the movie's undoing. Wbat tnfolds is a tedious excursion Into the past, as boring as the people 3 Offers Hours aind events [)ortra.yed. There are, of tour se, times when Visconti shews brilliance, as in one church scen# where Fabritlo's family it %ee~n (One by one) as tired, pitiful Nouls. There Is the gentle humor of the wcent, where the family priest shows his naivete about the body when he finds himself before the pi ince alter his bath. Also, there Is the princes preoccupation with death during the lengthy ball seen. near the close of the movie. Blut for the most part, Visconti is a man of effec t. At time., images are so awkward and strained (the mark of too Selfconsicous a director) that One wants to laugh (or yawn) at their obviousness. The perfect illustration of this is that by the end of the movie, we are well aware of Fabrizilo's decline, but during the course of the picture, this awareness is evident only during a few instances .little climaxes to remind us the picture Is vainly trying to move onward. Another thing Is that Visconti, in trying to present a polramn.of a society, sees only surfaces. For 185 minutes, the primacies oftacts are stbordizited to their gesture., their represnttionl*. The tasting did not help this movie either. Lancaster renders a competent performance, though at times he it inconststent.Cardinaj., though lovely, is terribly dl.appointing in that the personality she portrays never asserts itself. The mat of this illuetriotit" emit sutters from a sever, came cf over-acting. The leopard"' has pomp and splendour, but it It all so much a pretense. Th. movie is real, but who cares (rivers flow into not towards the sea)? it suggests tragedy, but never says so. It has tried so hard to succeed that It could only fail. NEW LOCA TION Riser's OFFICE EQUIPMENT 604 N. Main Sfieet Month-of-March FILE CABINET SALE. 4-dew letter size-49.C 4 drw legal size-69.50 3'x6' Work Tabes, Desks -wood & metal Chairs -all types --. Typewriters & adding machines A LL O N S A LE FR 2-9607 First 12 customers buying a typewri ter March 2 at 8:30.We hav 12gon for 19.50 EACH

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The Comical World Of Lou BeIlo By STEvW VAUGHN A,,,oant 5porls Edt?.r, \tl i*, r ||1t ( L IC I' | It f I I 'i f kii' l. t 'i[ it j Il i, r l. i )k, taji'i I n 't + 1 'inL' I I I,' I t4 r l Thei p si* ii liril> V( tw ps ite ttOlraiLuek hele \nhjmt. -Ih ie y the Iwo ImdkEihbiil ti' urn' iiit thi '[i I O 'l. Anri 'Iespiit+. hit, elownhrng, jui'jithoilox style, lii's onistdulel i olif of the rnat officials in the business. You never know what's comlfnv text from hello. When he wtks, he'll often stagger iroinci as if drunk. When I> rui~s, it's a kind of shuffling, flatfooted gait you might rexpert to see ii an ol'l Keystone Kops movie. -LLK LE N-H li~ 4 PAl to ~iowJ H E YELLS A T FA NS .(Avove), as half comes to close. (Below), he charges Gators' Moore wi th foui -* Sometimes h. 'II rate the learns downcourt. Other times he'll hardly cross the mrild'ourt stripe. During game action, aitet getting Into position, he'll usually just stand iround in slumped position, coiitiriually tucking his shirt in. Somlimnes he'll plant his feet In a wide st an., on the floor, tot I his arms ak 055 his chest and cast a piercing glance from dark eyes at the players, as it daring someone to commnit a foul. When lie spots a foul, It he's standing still he'll kick his leg up and rir" back In a fashionsinilar to WA -r el Spahn's pitchi rg delivery. He'll blast his whistle and lurch forward with one ringer pointing to somie player often far across the court. 'O.K,, NUMBEE 43," he'll yell, 'I SAW THAT!" Then he'll take a roundabout trip to the official scorers table. Hello can be at his best when play is stopped. Once, when a Another time, from out of the blue he started shadow boxing. And once he pulled a coin out of his pocket and flipped It as if to decide who should control the bafl on a close out of bounds play. During time-outs he's quite amiable with almost anybody, especially the cheerleaders. During one cheer he established aposition directly in, front of one of the UFE cheerleaders, with his feet spread wide and his hands on his hips, taking in the whole show with a big grin on his face. The fans roared with laughter. During another break a coke boy happened by. grabbed him a big bear hug, Eat takeU lp a Cup~ ofCfe ENERJET A NEW WAY .0 haep olert withcul harmful drg,. TWO of lb.e candy-.tyl. loblets equal lo one strong cvp of caf. and lust as young Bello picked NEW IN TiE MARCH ATLANTIC? "Mexlco Today" A Special 62 page Supplement reveals th, character and vitality of the Mexican people through the,, short stories. poetry, and painting, and articles about their social advances, industrial growth, new art, musIc and archaeological discoveries Occar Nandlln: "It Integration the Answer?*'. Af ter ID years. a view of the unexpected consequences of th. Supreme Court ruling On segregetlort "Tripe to Fells" by Garton ktanin: A portrait of Supreme Court Justice Feliw frankfurter -his love of people. wide Knowledge, and intimate thoughts. "Whatever H*Qpenad to Women.s RIghte?" by Paul Foley : Why today s Ame rican women ar. not availig them Atlantic provides a a platform for many of the world's most a,ticulate *fnd creative men and woman. The result 4$always entertamning and i nma Belle points, Mont Highiey WAY!" and Gators' follows. some drinks outof the boy's holder, threw the boy a bill and passed out the drinks to people in the lower stands. At h alft im e, when barbecue sandwiches were brought to the press tables, Bello snatched about six of the sandwiches, to the surprise of the colored waiter, ie began passing them out to even more surprised persons sitting in the lower level stands. Again the fans roared, K I I I The rnost important thing in the gu.tar you buy is sound' Is it authertic' GRETSCH GUITARS are!C2More folk singers value them today for teir perfect balance and godliooks musicdealer or tearuthenti sound of the times GRETSCH Avaltable Bollo and the other official, who seemed like the straight man In a comedy team act, were given the Florida Gym paper throwing treatment by fans who took a dim view of one of their calls. Bello ran over, picked up a wad of crumpled paper, threw it back up in the stands, and yelled in his deep, husky voice, 'HEY, LET'S CUT THAT GUl" Not another piece of paper could be seen falling to the floor. C 4/ .for S

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'4 OUTDOOR SPORT S s[ mig ua,. art ived umicffl4 iilh, of s lie th i i,. .' douil .Aetivity. F sinig, archery, sailing, Jfld even wYater skuhig SA 0 5 >tusa e flon Sunday. The tilting of the eArth or' its avis .iid its i i an tauts lenghtenhing of the daylight period aiidhighe, tuunperituues < Islt in .reawakening in the great outdoors. improved fishing is a result of the highe, temiperituc s. I lis,' hiigh'r daily temperatures also are inch ix' iysponsill I, t,' iEcreased activity In the water Spoirts -'Yarn' r wis icm to take. Fishing Capsule CEDAR KEY (Atlanti ( jast) speckled trout and redtish are being taken, but Ii 4imw is sic w. Mulket are yielding to the cast net, LAKE IOCIIIOOSA Speck fishing excellent; bass fishing good. Best bets ire spit ks on the beds and live bait for bass. SANTE FE LAKE Speck fishing excellent; bass fishing good. Best hets are yellow jig with minnow for specks and shiners for bass. LAKE GEORGE Speck fishing exceltant; bass fishing good to excellent. Best bt for specks and ibass are fishing runs and creeks entering the lake. LAKE WAUBER G(Camnp Wauberg) Speck fishing good; bass fishing fair to good. Specks have been biting welU in the last few days. Bass are running small. NEWNAN'S LAKE Speck fishing good to excellent; bass fishing good. Best bets are north end and west side for specks and the west side for bass. Best bass baits are plastic worms, top-water Paw Paw, and Hawaiian Wiggler (No. 2). ORANGE LAKE Speck fishing excellent; bass fishing good. Best bets are beds for specks and live bait for bass. WATERME LON POND Bass fishing good to excellent. Jim12 La Bro says. M\You can get more insurance Jater 0n, even it you can't pass the physical exam at that time H-ard to belheve'?CalI me and I'll show you how. No obligation ,, *JIM LABRtEC IIOS W. University Ave. Sunt. 4 Plastic worms have been doing well. Intra m Ural Softball ORANGE LEAGUE' II l0 SN PLP BLUE LEAGUE TKE PEP 10 6 DORM LEAGUE Murphree A over FramneD(folfeit) Murphree F over Murphree L. (foi felt) riduiy,Mmh a, 1964 3 C A I he F fl Md I Al Jlig ( GALLON WHY PAY MORE Rig IL UF Thinclads Run Saturday thi iiai I, ark meel will florinirwg iirtg thp (t'hll et lot thII mil, run. (oarh lercy COME ON YOU GUYS *. cager Paul Morton appears to say as he waits in front of the scorer's table just before entering the game. Morton's heads-up play earned him a starting role in the lost half of the season. South pa In KY Ca Playing varsity basketball this season, after spending two years in the Army, ranks as Gator forward Paul Morton's biggest thrill. 'II was very difficult to come back from the army," he said. 'Physically, my conditioning regressed instead of progressed. 'In basketball, you have to be in condition to polish your moves and work on your weak points. So, when we played our first game against FSU1, I knew I was on the team and it gave me quite a thrill,'' Morton said. Before going Into Army at the end or his freshman year at the UF, Morton, who had a broken right wrist, astounded Gator basketball fans by averaging 21 points a game as a southpaw. "The day after Ibrokemry wrist, I got out on the court and started practicing left-handed. It was hard at first, but I got used to it,'' he said. Paul attended prep school in 1.aniius, New York before coming see and hear all that's new in the EPIPHONE line: sfarr ANDY IELSON Radio, TV and to th ship. 'I Coaci Re eUP on an athletic scholarpicked Florida because of hSloan, the athletic program here, and because It is a good school. "I also liked Florida because It I. big, thus the basketball better, I think i you're going to make it, you should make It big." Majoring in physical education Is Morton's current plan because he enjoys working with children. "When I was stationed in Ulm, Germany in the Army, I got the chance to work with the dependents of the sergeants and to teach them different sports, and I really enjoyed it," Morton said. To play on a championship team is Paul's main goal, and he believes that the UF has the potential to win the SEC championship. This, he says, is because of the UF's 'athletic program, and the hustle, work and desire of the entire team. aige iid liThe b Un 5.111urday At 01 t.mT. for it 10:30 a.Tm. Beard said, "I divided the varsity and freshman squads Into tw, nearly equal squads with Captain Pete Howe coaching the Blue canm indl (harkes Ghoodyea, the 0,1.g Squadt.' Howe is in, thte iinfirmiary with .n InJUr ed bark and may not be able to comptte Siturday. Ken Wicamd pulled a muasch. while running the 440-yard dash on Wednesday. Weland was to be on the Orange SqlUAd. Good ye r said, "At present, there ale Injuries on both squads, so the original balance is inwdisCoach Walter Welach, the issistant track coach said, there should be several records broken in the meet. David Wilson, of the frosh, broke the three -quarter and one and one-half mile marks on Saturday and on Monday, smashed his .11. mndon-hll recordqulin. it was '7:30 a1 the start of the year and he mow has It down to 7:03." Jim Brown, of the Orsigesquad, tied th. varsltythree-quarter mile record with 3:09.5. Wilson rng Last Saturday, Scot Hager, a freshman on the Orange squad, set a 330-yard Iotermedlatehurdl. record of 40.0. BIll Roberts, of the Blue, broke the varsity record with a 40.4 tIming. 'The Intermediate hurdles are three feet high and 40 yards apart. ran 9.8 for the 300 yard dash, but acquired blisters on hIs feet this week which may slow him down. PERCY BEARD epiphone -di of GASOLINE DISCOUNT

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Sag 2 The Florido Ailgcoor Friday,Morch 6, 1964 Gaofr s In Vs. Opener By JOHN CLENDENON Sports Writer I lorIi, baseball team --shooting for the moon after 30-9 record I a I seas(,n--Opens its season with .' sniake hunt Saturday in Lakeland with the Flori. day Southern Moccasins playing the part of the hunted.'' Coach Dave Tullp r is expect ed to unload his talent-rich p1ch ing staff on the Mocs in a double healte affair. SWe'll use most of our pitchers Sports car enthusiasts will have an opportunity to "show theIr stidf" in a sports car show and Gymkhana Saturday, March 15. The event, sponsored by the Florida Union Fine Arts Committee and the University Sports Car Club, wIll begIn at I p.m. on Lot IS of the commuter parking area on CampUs. Official entry blanks may be p.m.p.m. filled out at the show. Entry fee for the Gymkhana is one dollar. Other entries are without charge. Three sports car classes andtwo sedan chasses will be run in the Gymkhana. Dash plaques will be awarded the winner of each class in the show. The entrant making the best combined showing will receive a trornhv. * Tennis Fraca s Set With FSU Florida's undefeated tennis team will attempt to b.'come the first Gator spring sports team to whip FSU tomorrow in Tallahassee. Led by captain and SEC singles champion Bill Tym, the Gators have posted a pair of easy vIctories over Rollins thus far, one on the road and one at home. Other top Gator netters are Dave Bonner (Poughkeepaie, N. Y.), Steve Gardner (plant City), Jerry pfieffer (Ft. Lauderdale), Don tosman (Miami Beach), Vie Stone (Clearwater) and Ron Rebhuhn (Great Neck, N. Y.). Following a Monday road match against Stetson, Coach Bill Potter's tear, returns home next week for matches against Pennsylvania on Wednesday, the 11th, and Tulane Saturday, the 14th. Fuller said Ih. will still lJrm Biggan t ol, the mound in' the first game, with Darnny Egg ai r eliev iig bun in the fomti i inning--plo'Pding I d stI or "pOISOlI doesn't strike before then. l3,ggai I, a s-foot -Il, 166-poundCr, wi, t-e the Uators ladt year. Egg art ledi the staff with a 10-2 slate. The mound corps combined for an overall 2.29 earijed-run average. Fuller will start Dave Porter behind the plate, Tom Shannon at first, Ron Creese at secondl, Earl Montgomery at third, Handy Moxcroft at shortstop, and Jim Duncan, Jim Elliott and Bill Blomgren Porter, M Montgomery, return from while Shannon newcomers to SporT Morcroft is ter returning. 170) shortstop .310. lorer Elliot last and the a ,ft, Duncan, t and Creese year's squad. Blomgren are bat-and-glove the only .300 hitThe stocky (5-8, from Pittsburgh hit Morc raft is no wallflower in the field either. His ground-roaming antics resemble a tarpulin on a rainy day. Montgomery, who hit .261 last year and was second in runsbatted-in with 27, will be playing the hot corner for the first time after last year's tour of duty in the outfield. The Gators will open theirhome season Wednesday against Florida Southern In a 3 p.m. encounter. JIM BIGGA RT .will open on the mound against Florida Southern tomorrow in a tin bilin Lakeland. Midnight Star Evening Star Vogue Angels Wing Tangiers Astral Which is your favorite? I 1 U Baseball RING PERi-tC ilON .is demonstrated by UF gymnast Bill Kelley. Florida will host David -Lipscomb College today at 2:15 and Georgia Southern College tomorrow at 7:30 in a pair of gymnasti C meets. CaGr S how Slatd rtcarvede A