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Vol.56, No. 112 University of FloridaGainesville MondayMarch 9,1964
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Rules Committee Nixes




Plan For Deactivation

v ,Aa ..
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By DON DAVIS such a way as to deal with major Don't make Legislative Coun-
Staff Writer areas of responsibility," Barker cil a sham with useless commit-
tees," said Gober. "It's fine
said.L.C.
Student Government (SG) Vice- (Buddy) Blain, majority to have committees if they work-,
President Dick Gober saw his floor leader and chairman of the but I can't see the merit f appointing
proposal for limitation of Legis- Rules and Calendar Committee, members to committees
lative Council committees go down replied, "These three housing Just to give them lines on a Blue .
the drain at Friday's meeting of committees are concerned with Key application in a few years."
the council's Rules and Calendar separate areas. Problems which Blain replied, "I feel it is the
Committee.Not would concern one committee are responsibility of Rules and Calen-
entirely unrelated to housing pro- dar and yours (Gober)as presiding I
only did the committee refuse blems of another committee." office of the council to see that
aYr to de-activate any of the ten Blain said the off-campus housIng committees function. They haven't
standing committees of the coun- commitee would be working functioned in the past because they
cil, but it appointed an additional with the city of Gainesville In didn't know what to do."
committee on resolutions. determining a housing code for At one point in the meeting,
Gober outlined to the Rules Com- living standards In dwellings off- Gober stressed that committees
mittee a plan that would have con- campus. "must have substantive work to
solidated three housing com- He added that the married housing warrant their existence."
mittees, and created two additional committee will be studying the 81ain;-a V.O.T.E. Party member -
e committees. feasibility of plans for an on- held a copy of Gator Party's
One of the committees would campus trailer park for married Platform used in the spring elections t
study contracts and charters of students with house trailers. when Gober won the SG x
organizations,that come before the vicepresidency.Blain .
nt i ir &
council for approval. The other then read a list of pro-
." ry committee suggested by the plan Gras TryoutsRescheduled posed activities printed in the i
... ..' .. .. would have been responsible for Gator platform.
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CORONATION SCENE canvasing elections and resolving "Maybe a committee in one of 11

.from last year's Miss University of Florida contest election disputes. these areas couldn't do all the
ct'Is
Legislative Council Minority things proposed, but if one pro
will be re-enacted March 1 18. Jean Salisbury, right, Leader Earl Barker Joined Goberin accomplished, it Justifies a
here being crowned by former Miss UF Priscilla Sanborn, defending1' consolidation of The talent show is made up of committee," he said. I
housing committees. performances which can range Barker said he felt the proposalfor
will step down after final judging at Holiday Inn that "Major committees in all legislative from Individual pantomine to rock a resolutions committee wa
night. bodies should operate In 'n' roll bands. unrealistic. It's function of seeing
Any UF student can try out for that resoltuions are in proper I
the talent show.Because form was one of the Rules committee -
New Hampshire Primary tryouts for the Gator he said
Gras Talent Show were "not a "It's unnecessary to' have a,
complete success," another rehearsal committee to put co m m as andperiods '
for those who wish to try- in the right places In re-
,
Heads Toward Showdown
out and haven't done so will be solutions. This is a committee
held Monday night, March 9, at on committees."
CONCORD, N.H. (UPI) New Saturday night to await election confident about the Tuesday the University Auditorium, said AI Blain stated the committee was '
Hampshire's presidential primary results, Goldwater talked of results. He said he was sure Leonard, general chairman of Gator needed to consider "proper word-
beaded toward Its Tuesday show- picking up at least 39 per cent Gras. ing for best communication."
down with Sen Barry Goldwater supporters predicted a margin of of the votes and some of his Those Interested in trying out The committee then voted to
and Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller 40 per cent. Rockefeller made no the "conscience and common should either get an application at adopt a plan which will set up 11
locked In a Republican race clouded percentage predictions. No candi sense" of New Hampshire voters Room 315, Florida Union, or con- standing Committees. The com-
by a surging drive for Ambassadate has dared claim a majority "will guide them to the right tact either Tom Still, chairman of mittees are: Academic Affairs,
dor Henry Cabot Lodge. of the total votes cast. decision as they always have in the Gras Talent Show, at 372-9363 Publications, Budget and Finance,
Appearing on Sunday television the past." or Kristy Jones, Gator Gras Talent Resolutions, Off-Campus Housing,
Goldwater, confidently preprogram, Rockefeller saldhis goal Summarizing the long weeks of Show co-ordinator, at 372- Dormitory Housing, Married
dieting victory, abandoned the was "a plurality of one" over his campaign he said he was giving 2135. Student Housing, Judiciary, Rules
state's campaign trials to Rockethe second place candidate who- the voters "a choice between more Gator Gras Talent Show will be and Calendar, Traffic and Safety,
feller. The New York governor ever he may be. lie said such government, more centralizationof held Saturday, March 14, at 8:15 and Excuse.
met'the challenge by pledging to a victory would be a "good first authority in Washington, more P.M. in the University Auditorium. Majority Whip Richard Thompson -
button hole voters right up until step" for him because he enteredthe government Interference in the First prize for the best perfor- a member of V.O.T.E. party,
the polls open. Both kept a wary race as an underdog to Gold- everyday affairs of all of us, or mance will be $50 and second prize said "..with the properco-oper-
eye on Lodge despite the ambassawater.. less government, less centralization will be $25. The prize money is ation from other branches of
dor's avowal that he was not really Goldwater issued apre-primary less Interference, in fact given to the Gator Gras Committee Student Government see no reason
a candidate. statement from his Concord headquarters 'minimum interference by the from the Florida Union Board of these committees can not function '

''1'<';Before 1.\::..&'.'''' ...,'returning;;. -.' ,,,..,,..... ".:to.L.Washington. ._ _...""' ._:,.." ,"in"' ...which.. .... ,he said. .'n..he n.- was, .u federal- .government, in our lives.,', "_ '"'".Student.__ ..._.u.Activities._ ,'_._........,...,., ._. .._........u,.,effectively._..._.. .ou"m ,_" _.____
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,z ""' .,., UF J. Wayne President Controversial Speakers : SG SG Ken President Kennedy

F 1 Reitz"NO"


!< J"' k --- Favors, But Ti gert Opposes"Yes"

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: ED. NOTE: This is the first of a five-part to send a lecturer to the UF campus. The insueing by mall, to four so-called"loaded" question submitted
series dealing with the issues involved in presenting clash of opinions on the subject received national to the Communist Party by SG President Trickel.The
.t a "controversial" speaker on the University of attention. It was picked up by wire services, NBC answers were to be printed in full by The Alligator. '
Florida campus.) radio and several state newspapers. In brief, the questions involved the economic advantages -
4 The question of controversial speakers formed a Former student body President William (Bill) of communism In view of poor economic
plank of the Gator Party campaign platform in the Trickel's views ranged from favoring a debate with conditions in Eastern Europe; 2) free elections;
past election. SG President Ken Kennedy stated a UF professor to "personally opposed." 3) toleration of political opposition; and 4) freedom
'; he would attempt to secure debates on campus between UF President J. Wayne Reitz remained solidly of Information about American viewpoints in com-]
.," qualified advocates of controversial subjects. "opposed to active members of the Communist munists countries.
"An attempt will be amde to bring In representaParty speaking on campus." Apparently no answer was received from the Communists :
;g" tive from the Republican and Democratic StateCommltThe Legislative Council, on Oct. 16, by a slim party, and the answers did not appear In J
tees, White Citizens Council, NAACP,U.s.Communist 26-24 margin, said "No" to a Communist speaker. The Alligator. .
Party, and others," Kennedy said. The front page of the Nov. 6 Alligator stated the Socialist leader Norman Thomas was scheduled !
The idea of controversial debates is the resurrecUF administration and the Board of Control had in to speak on campus but his talk was cancelled at
lion of an earlier controversy on the Issue. the past expressed strong opposition to Communist the last minute. The cause was given as "schedule
In the fall of 1962, the U.s. Communist Party, lecturers on state university campuses.

in a letter to The Alligator_ requested. .oermllision. u_-___ The 1962 Issue hntleddowntoarequestfor answers.--. (.See CONTROVERSIAL.- .- _, Paae 3).)

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[ Broadcasting Day

Broadcasting Day Has 8:40 Welcome to Broadcasting Day
For the University: Vice President Harry M. Philpott
For the School of JM & COM: Director Rae 0. WeimerFor

the Florida Association of Broadcasters: President

,:.,' Eugene B. Dodson, WTVT, Tampa
Newsmen iComm/sifofier/ ; ;'.) Presiding: Prof. J. Clark Weaver

14 8:55 Dan Rather, CBS White House Correspondent, Washington
Introduction: Prof. Hugh Cunningham
::x r 9:35 Coffee Break
;:: Hosts: Members of AERho

9:50 "The Climate in Washington"

S. -i r ,: Frederick W. Ford, Commissioner, FCC, Washington

o', Thomas H. Wall, partner, Dow, Lohnes & Albertson,
"
Washington
;; :;', Robert L. Heald, partner, Spearman & Roberson, Washington -
//1

./t- Presiding: Dr. Mickie Newbill
.;:-
1 11:00 Presentation: NBC Radio Network
._
.,.
Robert Hitchens, Director Sales Planning, NBC
..."i -i Jack Bernstein, Manager, Sales Presentations, NBC

Presiding: Fred Shawn, FAB Vice President for Radio
Red Barber Award

II Morgan Beatty, NBC News, N. Y. (via 2-way hookup)

12:30 Luncheon Blue Room ($1.50)

Hosts: Alpha Epsilon Rho
Presiding: AERho President Howard Kelley

J .::. :. Speaker, Paul Taff, Program Director, National Educational -
Television NYC.

Introduction: Prof. John Haney
2:30 "Let Me Speak to the Manager," Part I.

_ DAN RATHER FREDERICK FORD PETER HACKESTwo Moderator, Jim Hulbert, NAB Assistant to President,

Washington

national network news cor- munications Commissioner;Thomas News in New York, will presentvia Panelists:

respondents take the microphonehere H. Wall, partner In the law s special two-way hookupthe Mark Olds, General Manager WINS, Group W, NYC
today for a face to face firm of Dow, Lohnes & Albertson; Red Barber award to the out- Winston B. Linam, Vice President and General Mana-

exchange with students training and Robert L. Heald,partner In the standing student in broadcasting.A ger, KSLA-TV, Shreveport ,

for broadcasting careers. law firm of Spearman&Robertson. 12:30 p.m. luncheon, with ,,. Joseph Higgins, Vice President and General Manager, '
Dan Rather, CBS White House All are from Washington.NBC Alpha Epsilon Rho broadcasting WAII-TV, Atlanta f

correspondent and Peter Hackesof radio network representatives fraternity as hosts, will hear Paul Bruce Buchanan, General Manager, WFBC, Greenville,
NBC News in Washington, will Robert Hitchens and Jack Taff, program director for S. C.William. i
speak to the students during Broad- Bernstein will speak at the 11 a.m. National Educational Television McDaniel, Executive Vice President,NBC Radio
cast Day, the second phase of the session. Morgan Beatty, of NBC speaker.An Network, NYC. I

School of Journalism and Communications' afternoon session will includea $ Don Fedderson, Interim Professor (ETV) U. of F.
sixth annual Communications .
3:15 Coffee Break
panel discussion between JamesH.
Week. Hulbert, National Associtlon Hosts: Members of AERho !
Rather will speak at the opening Dickinson <4 3:40 "Let Me :
of Broadcasters assistant to the Speak to the Manager, Part II. r
session at 8:55 a.m. In the Student
president; Mark Olds, general Questions from the audience.
Service Center. Hackes will close
manager of WINS W.of General Discussion.
the Here TodayToday group New I
day-long sessions with an address 7:00 Dinner
York City; Winston B. Linam, ($3.00)
Monday night at the Florida
vice president and general Hosts: Florida Association of Broadcasters
Association of Broadcasters has been proclaimed Bud manager of WALL-TV in AtlantaGa. Presiding: Eugene B. Dodson, WTVT, President F.A.B.
dinner in the Service Center. Dickinson Day" by Student Or- .; Bruce Buchanan, general y ,{ Speaker: Peter Hackes, NBC News, Washington ao
The two talks.
will be among ganized for Dickinson. .
manager of WFBC in Greenville, :. :':': .'x <
18 directed to School of Journal- Dickinson, state senator from 0 :' {< ::%; :-;
S.C.; William McDaniel, execu-
ism and Communications students Palm Beach county, is a guber- tive vice president of NBC Radio
during a period set aside for Intensive natorial candidate.He .
Network in New York and
City;
exchange between studentsand will arrive in his own plane Don Fedderson, Interim professor JIM RICHARDSONHas
practicing boradcast special- this morning and will be met bya at the University. II
ists. car calvacade at the airport. Tomorrow
Advertising -Public
Welcomes will come from Uni- Students will have opportunity
Relations Day will wind up the Been Active in Student &
versity Vice-President Harry M. to meet Dickinson at the Gainesville week's events.
Philpott; Rae O. Weimer,Director Woman's
Club from 2:30 to Included in the Academic Affairs
program will be
of the School of Journalism and 5 p.m. this afternoon.
Harold M. Spellman, senior vice
Communications, and Eugene B. A shuttle
service will pick up president of Schwerin Research r
Dodson, president of the Florida students at the corner at Uni- Corporation of New York,and H.L. P Vote For RICHARDSON
Association of Broadcasters."The versity and Thirteenth Streets to
McOsker, director of classified City Commission Group 1PJ. I
Climate In Washington," take them to the Women's Club.
advertising for the Miami Herald. ( Pel.Adv.)
takes
the spotlight at a morning "We extend invitations to all

panel at 9:50 a.m. students to come and meet Bud," ...............
Panel members will be said Dan O'Connell, chairman of
Frederick W. Ford, Federal ComStatewide Students Organized for Dickinson.that .





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MondayMarch 9,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3

Dr. Reeves I Campus News BriefsLandscaping l _

j. ., I
Dead At 39 Iron CurtainAn 5-_

An illustrated lecture on Japanese uncensorednon-political -
gardens will be given by Fred- view of life behind the Iron Cur-
eric B. Stresau, Ft. Lauderdale tain will be presented by Raphael
landscape architect tonight at 8 Green in the Florida Union Audi-
in McCarty Auditorium. Mr.Stresau torium Tuesday at 4. Mr. Green
Is the current landscape archi- will narrate his film "Russia and r
tect for the Florida exhibit at the Its People." The film covers
New York World's Fair. The scenes of Russians at work, at
lecture Is open to the public. play, on the collective farm and r
in the city markets.Freshman .
Installation SetThe
k

Pharmacy Dames will meet CouncilThere
Tuesday at 8 p.m. to elect and
{ install new officers at the home of will be a meeting of the _
Y Dr. 0. Arauso, 1326 N. E. 12th freshman council tonight in Room _
Terrace.Engineering. 212 of the Florida Union. _
tE

1 Fair




-,-- ..
Kicks Off FridayWith
Dr. John D. Reeves, Jr., Pro-
fessor and Head of Departmentof .
Radiology In the College of an eye on the future anda computer will also completely runa
Medicine, died early Friday in a shoulder to the wheel, UF student toy electric train and sort different -
Boston hospital of a heart ail- engineers are making pre- colored ping-pong balls.
ment. He was 39 years old. parations for the 19th annual Engineers The computer will master all three
He was one of the foremost Fair Friday through Sun- operations simultaneously.
radiologists in this country. He .

was also a member of the Florida day.The engineers will log thousands A working model moonshine still .--
Nuclear Commission and one of of hours in convelvlng, planningand and a water purification process IAN AND SYLVIA
the authors of Florida's preparedness building the three-day all stu- will also be on display. Several .kept the audience alternately laughing and tappingits

plan for nuclear disaster.Dr. dent fete. This year's fair Is energy conversion devices will feet during Spring Frolics Friday with a combinationof
Reeves, a native of Ft. emphasizing the future and new make up another exhibit.
Worth, Tex., came to the Univer- developments in all fields of engineering Last year an estimated 25,000 ad I Jibs and 'off the beaten track' songs. Here the two

sity to head the Department of that contribute to the people attended the fair.Sneaking. sing a Scottish border ballad. >II

Radiology in 1958. He was a gradu- society of 1964. ._ ______ .f-
ate of the University of Arkansasand The fiar will be open to the pub- -
received his medical doctorate lic without charge Friday from 6:30 :

from that school in 1947. to 9:30 p.m.; Saturday from 2 to :1 1 1Golfing
Before coming to UF Dr.Reeves 9:30 p.m. and Sunday from 2 to Troublesome
was associate radiologist at the 8 p.m.
(Massachusetts General Hospitaland Some 400 student engineers representing -
an instructor in radiology for 10 honorary and professional -
the Harvard Medical School. He engineering societies and an honor court offense? those playing without having paid son Is allowed to play from each
It sounds silly, but it's possible. bag f
was a member of the American Individual projects will depict a a greens fee.
C.H. Rehling, golf pro at the chancellor of
Gerald Richman
College of Radiology and chairman wide of "
array processes, conceptsand 'It rather concerns me, he
UF and
golf assistant
of its Commission on Units, Stan- developments in the engineer- in course the of professor the Honor Court, said no ruling said, "the fee Is only $1.00 and
College Physical this matter available.
dards and Protection.Dr. on was
tog Industry. we have rental golf bags for$1.00.
Education and Health, said that "It could conceivably fall under
Reeves was a member of the Exhibits from 19 Industrial concerns students the This is as reasonable a fee as
sneaking on golf the rule on cheating," Richman
Alachua County Medical Societyand will also be displayed in course without has becomea will be found anywhere in the
paying
said, "but it would be up to the "
the Florida Medical Association the fair. country.
problem. chancellor to decide whether the I
He was a special consul- Featured exhibits include a civil Honor Court wouij handle a matter The outlook Is not as dim as
tant to the Clinical Research engineers' model of the Florida of this sort." it appears, however.
Training Committee of the U. S. Cross-State Barge Canal. The "The problem was a lot worse Rehling said another problem 'On the whole we are very well
Public Health Service.He replica will show the locks, chan- the first two or three monthsthe is that of several students golfing pleased with the students," said
is survived by his parents, nels and dams and reservoir areas. course was open," said on one ticket by playing from Rehling, "their behavior becomesthe
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Reeves of Visitors will be able to watcha Rehling, "but we still have a few better every month."
same golf bag. Only one per-
Houston, Tex.; a sister, Mrs. E.J. 60-minute color movie on astro- students sneaking out on the
Hoffman of Baytown, Tex.; a son, naut John Glenn's orbital night course."
John D., Ill; and a daughter, and other short .space movies.In A ticket bearing the date and Controversial I
Barbara Jean, both of Idaho Falls, a complicated computer exhibit amount paid is issued upon paymentof
Idaho. by industrial Engineering stu- the greens fee, and the ticketis condition the campus and the administration -
(Continued from I
)
Burial will be in Houston. Fun- dents, a computer will record and fastened to the student's golf Page ," he said. "To do
eral services have not been an- regulate the body functions of a bag. This provides a method of conflict" in an Alligator story this we plan to begin with a debate
nounced. simulated hospital patient. The spot-checking the golf course for dated Nov. 11, 1962. Thomas, between the Republican and Demo-

--- an ordained Presbyterian cratic Party state chalrmans, although -
ister, did speak on campus at a no dates have been set."
later date. Civil rights issues have,to some
UF's sister school, Florida State extent, conditioned the campus for
University, by its past actions a White Citizens Council or CORE
would appear to be considerablymore representive, Kennedy said.
NOTICEApplications liberal concerning contro- "In my opinion the campus has
versial speakers. grown up considerably in the last
Thomas, six-time Socialist pre- few years. It now reflects the
sidential candidate, addressed FSU views of the citizens of the stateon
students in November 1962. He many issues,"Steve Freedman,
received a standing ovation. The Kennedy's administrative assistant -
are now being accepted for the following publications positionsas address was folio ed by a 90 said.
indicated: minute question period. "Controversial speakers on our
U.S. Sen. J. Strom Thurmond campus should be seen by the citi-
(D-S.C.), leading state's rights zens of Florida as an educational
advocate, spoke at FSU In effort by a great university, nota
ALLIGATOR3rd
/EDITOR and MANAGING EDITOR
December, 1962. subversive action," Freedmansaid.

Trimester, 1964 1 FSU's Dean of Students, R.R. .
/EDITOR and MANAGING EDITOR, ALLIGATOR1st Oglesby, in an Alligator story "When the Communism vsAmericanism'
dated 8 1962 said course was intro-
Dec.
permission -
and 2nd Trimester, 1964-65 W 22 Tinted for. the talks duced in the high schools it was

/EDITOR, MANAGING EDITOR and two EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS, "In keeping with the- universityFSU approached with iear M? 3CZ : ....

1964-65 School Year ( ) policy of maintaining a balance people. But it was accepted as
SEMI NOLE
among viewpoints presentedby a floe educational venture when
/ PUBLICATIONS BUSINESS MANAGER, 3rd Trimester, 1964 speakers on campus." understood," Freedman added.

At the UF, Kennedy has stated Kennedy said, "If we could get
/PUBLICATIONS BUSINESS MANAGER, 1st and 2nd Trimesters, 1964-65
that groundwork is being laid at interested groups on campus to
present to bring speakers."We form a united voice this would

DEADLINE: 5 p.m. Wednesday, March 11 1964 must find the proper cam- help get It across. It would show
that more than one group Is interested -
to
pus organ present controversial
Application forms are available in Room 12, Florida Union. They must be speakers," Kennedy said. "It In such speakers."

I completed and returned by the above deadline. Applicants will be notifiedof looks like the Florida Union Student *Government believes It
interview dates. Forums Committee may be the has begun the ball rolling. It
one." baa pledged to continue its efforts.
Board of Student Publications "It may be necessary and proper (Tomorrow The Florida Union

to go about this In degrees, to Forum Committee's Job).
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good place to keep I
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A Darkened DiogenesInside


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'f.
the union.

The reasons are much the same as for corruption in the nation as EXAMS

a whole; voter Ignorance and apathy, the Importance of seniority and

entrenchment, and the hard-driving power of ambitious men. -

But, due to the virility of the organization, the problems are even -

more acute, and the reactions more emphatic. Tracing the growthof

unionism from the turbulent first gatherings to today' argantuan

federations, one is apalled by the litter of violence and bloodshedthat

has been the byproduct of their evolution.The .

blame has been placed on the doorsteps of big business, the unions

themselves, the courts and even the general attitude of the public at SopF1o ,

large. Few people can agree on the share of the blame to be shoulderedby RE r
pPSlo
any one faction, but it is commonly agreed that the union movementhas rs -

been fraught with enough corruption to cast the pale shadow of a

question mark over every union leader fromHoffadown to the presidentof Q

the smallest local. And whether the Individual Is scrupulously rY

honest or energetically corrupt, he must exist In that shadow. J

One man, Victor Riesel, has dedicated his life to throwing the light Y1tltklS

of acceptance on the labor movement by exposing and removing the

corrupting influence whereever it can be unearthed. Because of his

efforts, he was robbed of his sight by a vial of acid; because of similar

efforts, his father lost his life. I J

How can a man lose so much without becoming bitter; and slashingout

try to destroy the whole organization from which the evil has
spawned? Furnishes Big Brothers'EDITOR

Somewhere at the helm of his philosophy of life must be a belief thata

man, or an organization, should not be judged by the cancer within,
which has grown out to mar the exterior. : fine example in a framework of his clothes so that they no longer

rational authority. (We are blessed stand by themselves, has also
Instead the attack should be on the disease; upon the seed that spawnsit
and environment that fosters it growth.To We receive the distinct Impression with other institutions which have washed his brain and acquired

have such a belief is idealism, to live it is nobility, to make IT that Mr. Harling has this same virtue.) something of the same character-

live is greatness.The benefited greatly from that most Our only regret is that the open- istic.

speech you hear Friday night in the University Auditorium, may esoteric of all C-courses, minded Mr.Harling, having washedIndependent Jacob Sprenger, 2UC

very well be that of a noble man explaining his search for greatness. ROT--C. We find it exceedingly

salutary that he now has his hair SweetheartEDITOR

W.C.N. cut and changes his clothes, and

that he is no longer noisome to

Testing-A Favorite SportThe the surveillance point of from receiving buzzards.military : you consider how many attractive

independent girls are left out in
Further, we extend our congra- I want to congratulate the mem- the cold in all of these contests.
upcoming sophomore tests at the tulations on ROT--C made
University carry an implied having
bers of Beta Theta Pi for recog- Why can't more fraternities follow -
threat that they may become standard procedure for the admission of him "sharp," which apparently
nizing a fact which many social the example of the Betas
University College students to the upper division. applies to the progress he makesin
fraternities on this campus over- by including independent girls in
If, however, the purpose is simply to obtain comparative data or those courses which he "scratches -
look when they are organizing a the sweetheart plans?
to help the Educational Testing Service in Princeton, N.J., to assemble the surface" of.
sweetheart program.It Whether a sorority girl or an
enough "cases" to validate, or help to validate a new battery of tests
Mr. Harllng's Jovial"Let me tell
always Irks me to read where independent wins the contest Is
(possibly for transfer students from non-accredited institutions) then the
son" attitude
you something reflects -
such and such a fraternity is hold- irrelevant at this point. I just
seven-hour "trial run" set for March 17 and 19 useful
up may serve a another merit of that parti-
Ing a supposedly campus-wide hope to see more fraternities following -
purpose. cular institution which he lauds
: sweetheart contest, and then I the example of the Betas
The negative attitude of the students is undoubtedly due to the incepient furnishes "Big Brothers" as It '
discover that all the the
candidatesare in the near future by giving
suggestion that the University may apply the tests to its own students were for those who are not quite
sorority girls. chance.
before permitting them to continue their education beyond the sophomore sure of themselves, who need a This is not a fair system when independent girls a
year. The UC student has already "cleared the hurdles" in 15 to 20 Name Withheld

tough courses studded with class tests,progress tests and final examina-

i tlons. Now the veiled threat of another required examination over

j| substantially the same materials looks like the gesture of a lifted axe. Sex And The Pill--Part 3 Of 4

I The University does not need new scores on belated tests to find out

"how well material is being prestented" in the freshman and sophomore

years -- or how well it is being learned. If the mountains of test data
Let us now ask whether,granteduse two persons commit themselves to trolled by the thought: If they
already available do not give such indication, no new tests evolvedby
of the pill, premarital sexual marriage they explicitly say to try to, or need to, bind their lives
the Educational Testing Service will do any better.
Intercourse Improves preparationfor each other and to all others, includ- by sexual Intercourse before
The results may give some basis for comparison of UC students with
the highest quality of sex and their God, that they are preparednow marriage, they may be playing witha
other freshman and and the
sophomore groups -- comparison may
love.It. to dedicate their lives to each fire that burns oh so brightly
prove interesting and helpful. The more information an institution
is understandable that young other's growth and development in when the paper and the smaller
about its students, the more intelligently it can shape and administerits
people, feeling the pull of their and through every area of their sticks are lighted, but which will

program. sexual Impulses with or without lives. Every one of their rela- die out If there are no -logs to
Dut for the University to slap itself in the face by refusing to honor
love, can readily conclude that if tionships in marriage will bring catch on fire, to warm their lives
its own product and the integrity of its own staff by putting its studentsin
pregnancy can be avoided there is them into situations where sharing, and the house in which they will
second jeopardy through examination threats would be an Incredible
no good reason for self-denial with and without conflict, is possi- live.
self-indictment of educational inefficiency.
especially when they cannot see ble. From day to day marriage Does the pill weaken the force
how getting married would really offers them the
opportunity to cele- it
---From THE GAINESVILLE SUN of such considerations? True,
alter their feelings for each other. brate their togetherness in athou-
can decrease the fear of being
Take the hard case of two young sand ways in the midst of the But can the
caught biologically.
The Florida people who are in love, who are concerns and values that give con- young people Involved avoid a

AlligatorServed committed to each other and yet tent to their lives. Sex in marri- worse outcome -- that spiritual

for financial or other reasons feelit age can express and inspire the sterility and dwarfing will take
unwise to get married. desire for
They further union. Sex can from sexuality itself -
by United Press International engage In sexaul intercourse to celebrate the simplest Joy and meaning away valuesin
the network of
It is
Editor ..................................................................Walker Lundy release their tensions and express symbolize the profoundest faith and ? lives that forces us to say

Managing Editor ......................................................Bill Fuller their love, reducing possible fears outreach. As part of marriagesex our love,
to lovers really
Assistant Managing Editor .........................................John Askins by taking pills. They are bankingon is woven into the very textureof : If you
the
love oppor-
Editorial Editor .................................................Wayne Norfleet finding that their lives, Includ- workaday living in a way impossible why not give your lives

Sports Editor ..........................................................Glenn Laney ing their sexual lives, will con- otherwise. tunity it needs to weave your and in

Feature Editor ...................................................Cynthia Tunstall tinue to be satisfying and to Increase Again, in marriage together at every level now that of
meaning in and
Campus Living Editor .........................................Judy Lynn Prince in meaning even though they sex can wax or wane the future, your own love
depending cannot
Editorial Assistants .... Ernie Lltz, Gail Sobering, Nancy Zimmet, do not accept the total commitments on what two the community? You In
persons and
bring to it
(I Betty Wendt, Betsy Garrison, Steve Vaughn, Sue Dobbie. Charner opportunities: : and challenges 2T.C1 what they permit it to become another, before without marriage accepting the

Powell and Rual Chandler. of marriage. Actually they in their total venture. Initial marriage, more sen-

Reporters ..... Jim Castello, Phil Hevener, Joel Gaston, Douglas are investing less in their bankof failure to "adjust responsibility for living seek-
sexually" can without
Molitor, Donita Mathison, Sally Stock, Carol Nobis, Ann Carter, values than they wish to realize. be dealt with more adequately when sitively together and and
harmony
Joe Kollln, Pam Pulley, Agnes Fowles, Bob DeLoach, Fran Snider, Since even in marriage the meaning all the assurances and ing for growing
commit- dimensionsof
Judy Teich, Evan Engle, George Mims, Phil Geyer, Don Federman, of sex Increases or decreasesin ments expressed in the bonds of creativity in all the

Becky Quinn, Larry Zimmerman, Jackie Cornelius, Patti Pltz, relation to what both personalities legal marriage are your lives. hazards ,?
present. Initial
Gary Williams, Don Davis, Terry Rogers, Sue Haugsted, Joyce bring to the sexual act, they success can be protected and- True, there are can kill sex,

Kilmer, George Elmore, David Sumner, Jay Haviser, Joe Zeigler, are inviting failure In sexual signi- enhanced by the marriage. Marriage for
growing mutuali- quality
Joy Cherry, John Clendenon, Nancy Brachey, Tom Mlllsaps, ficance and loss of meaning in their ties of married living. let alone decrease Its live at
to
and Millie Gorman. lives as a whole.In Often when I it does ask partners *
have been disappointment
con- all levels thus Inviting
a word, persons who say that fronted by this
sincere But
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaper of they love each other, that they are literally aglow with young people and frustration. for not
their love
the University of Florida and is published five times weekly except not interested merely in mutual asking: "Why and fact is itself an argument into a
should
"
during the months of May, June, and July, when a weekly issue is exploitation to release sexual ten- I have wished I could we wait? asking a partner to enter experience -

, published. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is entered as second class sion, are asking life to give them gest the honestly sug- premarital or extramarital

matter at the United .States Post Office at Gainesville, Fla. what it simply does not give.When last analysis easy answer.I But in the to which commitmentcannot
have been con- be total.


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By DON FEDERMANIn Clair, Is the most imaginative. It !
concerns two strangers (naturallya
man and a pretty woman) lockedIn
continuing with my new policy the girl's apartment for the 1
of equality to all minds (includingthose weekend. Clair mar. rfully pits
who have no mind), I reviewed female ego against male ego--the
two theaters over the week- result is
a highly charged, clever
end. At the Gainesville DriveInis study of.the sex duel.

the Intermission break plus two In final, it can be said that
losers. At the State through Tuesday
the State offers an escape from
is "Three Fables of Love." schoolwork while the drive-in offers -
There can be not doubt about unlimited parking space.Sentencing .
It--the ten minute intermissionbreak
movie at the drive-in is a r :

psychological document. From the x t.
first announcement of "there are
just ten minutes until show time," ). .
one is swept into a maelstrom of Of Hoffa
advertisements such that he cannot
help but buy eight boxes of pop-
corn, a half-dozen drinks, have This WeekCHATTANOOGA THE JOURNEYMEN
his car re-painted week and
every ,
the other half of Spring Frolics entertainment Friday night with a pot-
look both ways before crossing. Tenn. (UPI) .provided 'I
Note how the film utilizes the A judge will sentence union leader pourri of well-known folk tunes, banjo solos, clowning, and humor. (Photo by

repetition of imagery (in glorious James R. Hoffa this week on a Carolyn Johnston))
corn-popping technicolor) the bal federal jury tampering convlnctlon _
ance between commercial Inter- which carries a maximum penaltyof
ests and such non-profit humani- 10 years in prison. Senate Civil Rights FightTo
tarian groups like the church of Hoffa, 51, is scheduled to be
your choice (tee-hee). Every timeI sentecned Thursday by federal
see this film I get the strangest Judge Frank Wilson. Attorneysfor
desires to drink orange soda and the Teamsters union presidentare At Noon TodayWASHINGTON
then go to white-steepled churches. expected to file new trial Begin
This film is a must for all friendsof motions earlier in the week.

Pavlov.Of Hoffa and three codefendantswere
the added attractions to the convicted in U.s. District (UPI) --TheSen- of a deal to soften the bill. Talmadge thus echoed the wordsof
above this week, the lesser of the Court last week of attempting to ate plunges today into Its long- Humphrey has said he wants the Wen. Richard B. Russell, D-
two evils was "Children of the corrupt the Jurors during the labor awaited debate on the toughestand bill approved unchanged, thus Ga., leader of Southern civil rights
Damned." This little gem fea- leader's 1962 conspiracy trial at broadest civil rights bill in avoiding later wrangles over reconciling foes, who said last week he believed -
tured children ten times more intelligent Nashville.But nearly a century. Administrationforces different House and President Johnson could
than Einstein and of par- it may be a long time were prepared to fight for Senate versions.Sen. not afford the political price ofa
thenogenetic conception, who like before the labor leader actually months to get it passed Intact. Herman E. Talmadge, compromise on the bill.
good little children take after their learns his fate. A lengthy appeals The battle will begin at noon D-Ga., said Sunday he did not Javits said the "real threat"to
elders' habits by destroying peo- fight in courts Is expected. EST, when Senate Democratic believe the administration was ina the bill would be a Southern
ple. Then these children discoverthe Leader Mike Mansfield,Mont.,has mood to compromise. "I assume agreement to forego filibuster in
alternative of peace, but alas, AlumniReturn ; said he will move to call up the the President will vigorously return for weaker provisions, especially -
a mistake "a la FAIL-SAFE" results controversial measure for floor pursue the bill In its present the so-called public' accommodations -
In their destruction and a action. form," he said. section.
large case of guilt for mankind. This will signal the first noisy
Great idea, but the presentationis protests from well-organlzedSou-
lousy (fortunately, with the thern opponents, who may debatethe
drive-in, "love conquers all"). UF alumni return to the campus motion as long as a week.
"Three Fables" is a amalgam of March 20-21 for their spring reunion An allout filibuster may come
guess how many stories which tell and annual business meeting. later, however. CASH ?
of the wacky ways of love. Often Friday activities consist of registration Some Republicans suggested
witty and brilliant In certain Instances and executive council again Sunday that a deal was In

one, nevertheless, Is left meetings, and a special concertfor the works between the administration -
with the feeling, "Oh, well, nice the alumni by members of the and Southerners to win Senate
way to spend an afternoon, but you University of Florida faculty. The passage by agreeing to a com- FINANCE
wouldn't want this all the time"
concert beings at 8:15 p.m. in promise.
The first story, directed by the University Auditorium.An Sens. Hugh Scott, R-Pa., and
Alexander Blasettl, Is just atro- alumni-faculty barbecue beginning Jacob K. Javits, R-N.Y., saw a
FR 6-5333 Loans to $600 222 W. Univ. Ave.
possible weakening of the bill In up
cious. It concerns Itself with a at 11:30 a.m. on Saturdayin .
woman winning her husband back the Florida Gymnasium will comments made last week by Sen-
from his mistress. Sylvia Koscinaas provide opportunity for old grad- ate Democratic Whip Hubert H.
the mistress plus a dead story uates and their former professorsto Humphrey, Minn., its floor mana-
make this movie unfor get ably dull. reminisce before an afternoon
The second story, directed by program of campus tours and col- ger.Humphrey had told newsmen that
Herve Bromberger, has the most lege activities. pro-civil rights forces would not
appeal. It concerns the seduction Six classes, those of 1914,1919, depend on trying to break a Sou- 1'S
(actually a mutual collaboration) 1924, 1929, 1934, and 1939, will thern filibuster by voting cloture,
of a town's only woman by a hold a joint reunion reception and or halting debate, a parliamentarydevice -

handsome mechanic who exploitsthe banquet at 4:30 p.m. Saturday in requiring a two-thirds vote ....
girl's middle-age husband's the Florida Gymnasium.The of the Senate. The Senate has k
egotism. The development of the Orange and Blue football never cut off a civil rights debate.
husband's at 8:15 Saturday climaxes While not ruling out eventual use
I vanity makes for a Jolly game p.m.
I good time for all. the spring reunion and pre- of this tactic, Humphrey indicatedthe
i The third story,directed by Rene views the 1964 Gator football team bill's supporters would keep a
majority or 51 senators on the
I floor at all times to answer quorum
4 For Texas' Different Kind
calls and any other delaying tac- r
tics, and thus wear a filibuster

: Of Western (Ekberg, Stooges) down.In .television interviews Sunday, o

Scott and Javits took this to mean i td. ,
By JEFF LASSMAN The movie is better than manyof k 4 ?nf
that Humphrey did not expect a
I
the recent westerns, with a
cloture vote. They said this In
different treatment, and enoughof
Anita Ekberg and the Three the misses Ekberg and Ursula turn suggested possible agree- ,
ment with the Southerners to com-
Stooges make this week's Florida Andress to keep it Interesting.The
Theater offering a different kind Three Stooges add some comic promise the bill. .
of western. Add Frank Sinatra, relief where It la needed, but In Humphrey and President John- Sartorial Splendor at .. .
son both have stood firm on the
Dean Martin their traditional slapstick style,
and Arthur Godfrey, bill which
house-passed rights ,
and that seems to be just a little out
what
you get some Idea of outlaws discrimination In a
Warner Brothers has done to the of place.
classic western AU in all, the photography Is voting, schools, employment, lijoUi
pattern. the use of federal aid funds and
1870 Galveston Is a wideopentown superb, the plot ample, the acting In access to private businesses tret ;
but not big enough for both jGCxi, and the climax abrupt. Not whelter and
food
our heroes Intellectually stimulating, buta offering ra
too
Sinatra ar Martin, entertainment to the public. Both 1
Texas"deserves
who break 4 for
spend nv ;ey as It It belongs good study have denied similar GOP charges 1227 West University ,
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9Al R CLASSip/fDS FOR RENT .- Need three male Wants More Weapons

roommates to share large apart-
Extension 2832 WANTED 1950-54 FORDS and
Univ. ,
ment with T. V., Hi-Fi, Large

or Room 14Flo. Union. Kitchen, study room. $100 per CHEVROLETS. Al Herndon'sService SAIGON (UPI) MaJ. Gen. many were crude, homemade
Station. Located 916
person covers summer trimester.To S. E. Nguyen Khanh, South Viet Nam's items.

minutes see, call Jeff at 22880. (B- 4th Street. (C-83-tf-c\ strongman, told Defense Secretary McNamara said on arrival that
HEELS on in 5
| put 108-tf-p). w Robert S. McNamara Sunday he what is needed to win the war is
SOLES in minutesMODERfsTSHOI
put on 15 Two female needed more guns to replace the "a program which will coordinate
roommates for
comfortable sum-
Large, front corner- mer trimester. Large 2bedroom 8,000 weapons captured by Com the economic, military and civi-
Located ,
room. downtown. Arranged air munist guerrillas during the past lian resources of the Vietnamese
REPAIR SHOP for 2 male students. Kitchen conditioned apt. 3 blocks from the
year. government, fully supported by
bank and other campus 2-5961 after 5 p.m. (C-
across from 1st notional ] privileges. 64592. 110-3t-). Khanh made the statement dur- United States in a campaign to

B-104-tf-c). -d... wrr.r. ing a two-hour meeting with Mc- drive out the Viet Cong a pro-

FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted to Namara at the Vietnamese Joint gram which will bring freedom and
3 Bedroom, 2 bath, brick home.
I share apt. located 1/2 blocks from general staff headquarters a few prosperity to your nation which
STARTS WED. $550 down, FHA financing. Must
campus. $45 per month, Includingrent hours after McNamara pledged all has fought so long and valiantly."
sell.
Owner leaving town. 2208N.
utilities, sewing machine, out American military and eco-
E. 15th Terrace. 376-8472. few hours earlier In
T.V. and phone. 372-0736. Only a a
(C- nomic backing for Khanh with-
(B-112-5t-c). nationwide .radio broadcast Khanh
Premiere 112-3t-c).
out being asked for it.
Informed sources said Khanh had outlined just such a programin


Showing I Real Estate I I PersonalIn r did not Increased make any American specific aid requestfor nor promised a major a vigorous policy speech reorganization which-

and decentralization of government
did McNamara offer any, but that
7:30 PM ONLY institutions with the
accent -
Khanh told him he needed certain
Wed, March 11 10% TO 25% CASH RETURN FROM error we charged you $3.25 amounts of additional equipmentto on youth.
RENTAL PROPERTY. Real Estate too much on red men's oldstyle
bicycle with oversize tires. On carry out the pacification plan Khanh's program pledged more
ADVANCETicket In the Gainesville area increases -
Khanh announced on Saturday.The effort to increase economic social
in value everyday. 50% Tuesday March 3. Return for ,
$3.25 bicycle house. (J-110-5t-c). sources said Khanh spelledout and physical well being for the
Sale on This profit and more from buying and .
the equipment he needed for peasants in the war torn country-

Show Only I At Our re-selling small tracts of acreage The Best shoes made: Ortho-Vent his pacification plan and althoughhe side within the next year and also

(5 to 25 acres). Give yourselfa Spring-step. New spring and sum didn't say how he intended to reforms In
promised
Box Office -- 750. break and let me give you some major every
mer line. For appointment call acquire it the implication he wantedit

Seats On Sale Now examples and ideas and then judge Mr. Lassman at FR 22880. from the United States was obvious -

for yourself. Call Wayne Mason .

REGULAR PRICES c/o Arnold Realty Co., 3723522. The Vietnamese leader said field.BARRY

(I-111-MWF-c). I I !
ACADEMY AWARD Autos among the things he needed were

more infantry weapons to equip

NOMINATIONS. Ntw Viet Nam's second line
troops -
1963 Microbus VW, 4 months old,
the self defense and the
BESTSupporting new condition, radio, heater, 50 corps OLDATEy
hamlet illltla which
N INItal horsepower motor. $2300. 376- strategic have

a ). // 5011 been hit hard and often by guer-
Actor )1 ? .N..M..4 4960. G-110-3t-c).
rilla hit an run attackers.

Director NOWI 2 GREAT HITS I During the 1st year the Viet 1

Editing open at 6;30; show at 7 namese forces have lost more than \

"A ROMP OF BAWDY 8,000 modern French and
First Run at 8:50 -
rI Art Direction I American 'wsspcns to the Viet

.. Color Cinematography ALL-NEW Today TALES... THE MOST Cong. The government said they ARAT i01iaAwalarM

SUSPENSE had seized about rebel /f.A4A..Ow
4,000
I wea-
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were waiting around for the final statistics to arrive after the

Gator's heartbreaking loss to the Volunteers of Tennessee.
Over at one end of the court the victorious Tennessee coach, Ray
and reporters about his team's
Mears, was talking with acquaintances

narrow victory.
One of the Gator players walked by and he was overheard to say,

"That Mont Highley, he's the greatest person anyone would ever wantto

5 p4N know."
Mont had just finished his last game for the Orange and Dlue. Ills
number 40 led the team with 21
performance was a fitting one as big

points and 17 rebounds.
Junior College, was one of the
Highley, a graduate of St. Gregory's
hottest prospects to come out of Oklahoma in many years.
While never living up to his 30 point a game average that he carriedIn
of the steadiest performers on head coach
JC, Highley has been one
Norm Sloan's cage team.
N Mont was the workhorse of the team. lie started every game and

played most of the time.
When the Gators needed the vital two points, more often than not, the
hulking 6-feet-seven frame of Highley was there to push them throughthe

hoop.
Mont believed as do all the other Gators that the team, which has

Become a very close knit group under Sloan,wins together and loses to-

fethe r.Coach.
Sloan calls Highley "One of the finest young men I have ever

had the pleasure to work with since I have been coaching basketball.In .

& < the two years that Mont has been here he has never once complained.
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"That night against Tennessee he wasn't playing over his head. lie

SENIOR MONT HIGHLY v was Just playing the type of ball I have always known he was capable

of playing."

. .is a study cf concentration as he eyes the basket just And Hooking play from he did.both. the left and the right, hitting on short jump shots,

before hitting another foul shot. The 6-feet-seven senior FAMILIAR NUMBER and pumping them In from the free throw line, Highley hit for 21 points.

recently finished his last season at the UF with an 11.5 Mont won't be going Into professional ball--and for a very good reason.of
.40 walks off the court to He has been accepted to the Medical School here at the University
average and 235 rebouno;*. Florida.
the thunderous applause of which should be
team
Mont was the only senior on a good Florida
the 4,000 fans who showedup even better when the whistle blows to signify the opening of next

for the Gator's final gamE t season's Southeastern Conference (SEC) race.
at the for the
The only difference will be the player jumping tipoff
against Tennessee. Highlyled 3ators. It won't be number 40. It, somehow, just won't seem the
JIM RICHARDSON out there to stabilize the Gator's
the Gators with 21 point:5 same without the big, softspoken man
attack.
Has Been a Fulltime Teaching and 17 rebounds in his final Mont, it will be a long time before the fans at Florida forget you,

for Florida's both as a player and as a person.
appearance
Member of the UF FacultyFor

18 Years ; cage team. Blue Track Team Nips A-

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City Commission Group 1 gET SuLTS". Drange In

(Pd. Pel. Adv.)
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with 39.7 clocking.The
The Blue team won the annual dies a
Orange and Blue track meet Sat Orange team appeared to
urday morning 6764 In a hard be running away with the meet
fought battle which wasn't decide through the running of 220 yard
until the last event. dash. The spread was 21 pointsat
that time. Dut the Blue team
the coach
'C k'A Captain Pete Rowe,
release won the pole vault, intermediate
of the Blue team, was
to hurdles, two mile and mile relayto
young girl's fancy from the infirmary In time
urge his team on to victory. give them the edge.
\ turns to Harburt'sspringtime Roberts Iced the cake by taking
.. y Dill Roberts, of the Blue squad,
jumper J was the most outstanding the triple Jump.
"; p. 4 in comfortable-to-wear performer of the day, collecting Coach Percy Deard said after
checks. 15 1/4 points In five events. the meet,"Considering numberof
r < stretch poplin the meet was en-
4 r David Wilson broke his own injuries,
r 'It freshman mile record of 4:25.:; couraging." 4
When asked about his Alligator
; with a 4:23.8 time.
Roberts lowered his own record ad of last week, he replied, "Ten
freshmen and one varsity pole
hur
In the 330 yard intermediate
vaulter came out.

( Summary of Events:

Mile: Wilson, D. (D), GoodyearO
\ Fashion ( ), Wells (0) 4:23.8; 100 Yard
1X'.Y a Dash: Leach, G. (0), Chalker(0),
Jones (B) 10.0; 440 Yard Dash:

Brown (0), Roberts (B), Johnson
Forecasts 100% (0) 51.2; Shot Put: Leach, J. R.,

(0), Wilson, J. (D), Dascelll (B)
42-11 3/4; 120 Yard High Hurdles: I

Dacron Crepe Wallace (0), Docsh (B), Roberts
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Stephens (0)), Crawford (0)6-

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Haley (D) 20-6; 880
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recent convention over- Yard Run: Brown (0), Gebhard
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I Records Fall I As UF Tankmen Win I



By GLENN LANEY assault on the record book as straight under head coach Bill swimming within the league for al- a time of 5:19.5.
they combined nine SEC records, Harlan. most decade. Another double winner for the
Sports Editor 12 first place finishes, and six Gators were led by a whole UF was Dick Farwell as he led
No less than 12 of 16 Southeastonetwo sweeps of events to total host of swimmers. Four Gators the field in both the 200 and 100
ern Conference (SEC) swimming 163 points to beat second place The Gators streak started way took first place in two different yard backstroke events. in the
84 back in 1956 when Jack Ryan coachevents.. 100 yard backstroke Farwell set
records fell this weekend at TusAlabama(79) by points.
caloosa, Alabama in the annual ed his swim team to the number Bill Corbin the Gators long distance an SEC record of :57.4. Farwellwas
SEC swimming and diving compe- one spot in the league. Under man took first place in both also a member of the Gator's
tition. This victory gf).i's the Gators Ryan and his successors Buddy the 1650 yard freestyle and the record setting 400 yard medley
their ninth SEC swimming chamCrone and Harlan the swimming 500 yard freestyle. In the 500 relay team as they swam the eventin
The Florida Gators led the pionship in a row and their second team has completely dominated Corbin set an SEC record with 3:48.1.

Ray Whitehouse set two new SEC
records, and had a hand in one

Gator Netters Edge Past FSU other.individual His medley 4:35.6 in and the his 400 2:05.8in yard

the 200 yard Individual medley
were both new standards in the
Win Final Doubles 6-4,6-0 SEC. Whitehouse was also a
member of the Gator's 400 yard
medley relay team.
Florida broke its spring sports won four singles matches and one Bennett 6-2, 6-4. the all-important winning match, Captain Jerry Livingston was
jinks against Florida State this doubles match. Don Losman in one of the closest defeated Bennett and Burtt 6-4 the fourth Gator swimmer to win
weekend<1 as Gator Netters upset Bill Tym, defending SEC singles matches of the day beat Don Monk and 60. two events. Livingston set SEC
the highly favored Seminole tennis champion, lost to Lex Wood, a 10-8 and 64. Vic Stone took an records in both the 100 and 200
team five matches to four. ranking South African player and easy match over Steve Burtt with Results were: Paul de Zeeuw yard butterfly events with times of
Florida had been defeated in Tym's doubles partner in U.s. scores 6-1 and 63. (FSU) over Mark Graham 6-3 and :52.4 and 2:01.1 respectively. Jerry
swimming, golf, and gymnastics competition, with scores 8-6 and In doubles play Wood and Guse 6-11; Rick Chace(UF)over George also swam the butterfly leg of the
before the netters came through 7-5. of FSU teamed up to defeat Gator's Wicks 6-3 and 7-5; Joe Simon 400 yard medley relay.
with their last ditch doubles vic- Dave Bonner dropped the other Tym and Bonner by scores of 6-3 (UF) over Jerry Goss 7-5 and Charlie King andSandyChandlerturned
tory. The match wasn't decided singles match to Don Caton by and 65. 6-1; Bill Perrin (UF) over Bob In the other two record
until Steve Gardner and Don Los- the scores 6-2 and 9-7. Pfeiffer and Ron Rebhuhn of Robinson 6-0 and 6-3; Ron Flck breaking performances fortheGa-
man beat the FSU doubles team Then the Gators took the last Florida lost the only match which (UF) over George Mason 6-1 and tors. King swam the 200 yard
of Paul Bennett and Steve Burtt four singles matches. Steve Gard- went Into three sets by 6-0, 3-6, 6-0; and Herman Greene (UF) breaststroke In 1:04.4.
0-4, 60. ner defeated Steve Guse 6-2, 6-2 and 7-5. over Joe Bloomer, 6-8, 6-4, and The lone other first place finish
In its third straight win, Florida and Jerry Pfeiffer downed Paul Gardner and Losman, picking 6-1, in singles matches.In for the Gators was Lansing Price's
first place finish In the one-meter
doubles play Graham and diving event.Florida's.
UF Nine Defeats Southern
Chace (UF) defeated de Zeeuw and Baby Gator swimming
Goss 6-1 and 6-4; Simon and team shared first place with Ala-
Perrin (UF) downed Wicks and bama in the freshman division as
5-1 In Eleven Inning DuelLAKELAND Robinson with scores of 6-2 and both teams piled up 35 points.
6-2; Flck and Greene (UF) beat The varsity and freshman will
Mason and Bloomer 6-2 and 6-1. next travel to Hanover,New Hamp-
((/Special) -- It took Montgomery scored the Gators Duncan, a sacrifice, and an error. Stetson is Florida's next varsity shire where they will take partIn
the Florida baseball team 11 Inn- fourth run on a Southern outfield Creese, Montgomery, and Jim net opponent. The match will be the Eastern Collegiate Cham-
ings to do it, but the Gators error. Elliot each collected three hits on Stetson's home courts, today. pionships, March 12.
opened their season In a winning ( Southern had taken a 1-0 lead to lead the Gators at the plate.
manner here Saturday by downing In tile bottom of the fourth on
Florida Southern, 51. shortstop Frank Oktavec's run Four Gator pitchers limited the Frosh Top Edison JC I
After a nine Inning 1-1 deadlock producing triple. But the Gators Mocs to three hits,struck out nine, .
and an extra tenth inning had failed came back to knot the score in the and walked eight. The Baby Gator baseball team the full nine innings.In .
to.solve matters, the Gators came top of the sixth on a single by Eggart, who pitched four Innings ran its season record to 3-1 as Saturday's game the Fresh-
up with four big scores in the top Florida S. AB R H of shutout ball, was the winning they swept Edison Junior Coolegeof man Jumped off to a quick 2-0 lead
of the eleventh to capture the wi... Hardy 3b 400 hurler. Fort Meyers in a pair of week- after the first inning of play.How-
The Gators put three of their James 2b 400 Florida AB R H end games. ever, Edison rallied for two runs
nice total hits together with two Holton 301 Creese 2b 412 The Freshmen won on Friday bya in the seventh inning to cut Flori-
walks and a sacrifice in the big Huebner p-rf 300 Montgomery 3b 612 slim 4-3 margin and picked up da's lead to 32.
inning. First baseman Tom Shan- Lee If 410 Duncan If 311 victory number three Saturday bya Harry Fehrman and Charles
non opened the frame with a double. Oktavec 401 Porter c 401 7-3 score. Strattan came through with timely
Bill Blomgren walked, and pitcher Priester 200 Elliott cf 402 First baseman Mike Shirah,who hits as the Gators tallied four times
Danny Eggart advanced both run- Sonenberg Ib 300 Morcroft ss 400 has been hitting the ball well, in the last two frames.
ners with a sacrifice. Ledlow 300 Shannon Ib 5 1 1 doubled home three runs In the Joe Bekerls relieved Gator
After Ron Creese followed witha Mayer cf 101 Blomgren rf 410 fourth Inning of Friday's contestto starter Ned Woofolk to preservethe
walk to load the bases, third Hardee Ib 200 p 100 provide the runs needed for victory.
baseman Earl Montgomery came Houck P 100 Anderson p 100 victory. Today and tomorrow the Fresh-
through with a single to score a--Bowman 0 0 0bMontgomery Zabala p 100 Danny Orr scattered eight hits men will meet Manatee Junior
Shannon Blomgren. Dave Porter 100 Eggart p 100 as he registered his second vic- College at 3 p.m. on tire varsity
singled in another tally, and Totals 35 1 3 Totals 38 5 91m" tory of the year. Orr also pitched diamond. .

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The Florida C -4 I. Alligator 'I Rules Committee Nixes CORONA TION SCENE last year's Miss University of Florida contest re-enacted March 18. Jean Salisbury, right, ng crowned by former MIss UF Priscilla Sonborn, down after final judging at Holiday Inn that NewHon Heads Tc CONCORD, N.H. (UP)New Hampshire's presidential primary headed toward its Tuesday showdown .ith Sen Barry Goldwater and Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller locked in a Republican race clouded by a surging drive for Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge. Goldwater, confidently predieting victory, abandoniedthe state's campaign trials to Rockefeller. The New York governor met the challenge by pledging to button -hole voters right up until the polls open. Both kept a wary eye on Lodge despite the ambassador's avowal that he was not really a candidate. Before returning to Washington Dpshn war d Saturday results, Plan For Bs [lMt ['X\ IS P res Ident 1)Irk Lobe i saw hs proposal foi limitation of legislative totncii committees go down the drain ,t Friday's meeting of the council's Rules and Calendar Committee. Not only did the eommnittee refree to dc-activate any of the ten standing committees of the council, but It appointed an additional committee on resolutions. Gober outlinedto the Rules Comnmitt., a plan that would have consolidated t hre e housing conmittees, and created two additional onmittees-. one of the comnitices would study contracts arid charters of organizations that com. before the council for approval. The other committee suggested by the plan would have been responsible for canvasirg elections and resolving Leader Earl Barker joined Gober In defending the consolidation of housing committees. "Major committees in aleIislative bodies shasld operate in P rima ry Shodw night to await election Goldwater talked of supporters predicted a margin of 40 per cent. Rockefeller made no percentage. predictions. Nocandidate has dared claim a majority of the total votes cast. Appearing on sunday television program, Rockefeller suidhis goal was "a plurality of one" over the second place candidate whoever he may be. lie said such a victory would be a "good first step" for him because he entered the race as an underdog t0 Goldwater. Goldwater issued apre-primary statement from his Concord headquarters in which he said he was cc nfident results. picking I of thev the "ao sense" C 'will gui about He said p at Ieas gotes and )nsc ee f New Har ide them the Tuesday he was sure t35 per cent somec of his and common mpshire voters to the right decision as they always have in the past.'' Summarizing the long weeks of his campaign he said he was giving the voters "a choic. between more government, more centralization of authority in Washington, more government interference in the everyday affairs of all of us, or less government, less celitralization, less Interference, in fact minimiumc interference by the federal government in our lives." au' I> Ill tspl tieI ith ,' Li .d -itudVy Uiaint, mia Oc ly floor Iceiid.r and bhait miAn of te Rules and Calendar C onmmit te, replied, Tb s e three housing tomnmittees are conicened with separate areas. Problems which woitit concern one committee are entirely unrelated to housing pl obiems of another committee." Blain~ said the off-campus housting commitee would be working with the city of Gain,'svtfle in determining a housing code for living standards in dnllirgs offCampus. H. added that the married housing committee will be studying the feasibility of plans for an oncampus trailer park for married students with hous. trailers. Gras Tryouts Rescheduled The talent show is made up of performances which can r ange from Individual pantomin. to rock 'i' roll bands. Any UF student can try out for the talent show. Because tryouts for the Gater (,ras Talent Show were 'net a complete success," another reheersal for those who wish to tryout and haven't donP so will be held Monday night, March 9, at the University Auditorium, said Al Ieoflard, general chairman of Gator Gras,. Those interested In trying out should either gMt aun application at Room 315, Florida Union, or coiltact either Tom Still, chairman of the Gras Talent Show, .t 372-9363 or Kristy Jones, Gator Gras Talent Show co-ordinator, at 3722135. Gator Gras Talent Show will be held Saturday, Match 14, at 8:15 P.M. in thetbniversityAtiditorium. First prize for the best performance will be $Soandsecondpriz. will be $25. The prize money is given to the Gator Gras (ormtte. from the Florida Union Hoard of Student Activities. I llI ,i wtlh iiseless tommtTitto hliv, omitt s If they wirk, but I itmit Ieeth 'mwrit of ip.potintlng mem'ernI r. tIo COTmmittees just I,, give them lines Ofl a Bu key application in a few years. Plain replieS, "I feel it is the rssponsIblIty of Rules alki Calendjar and yours (Gober) as. presiding office of the council to set that committees function. They haven't functionedt In the pa'.t becaus, they didn't know what to do." At on, point in the meeting, Gober stressed that committees 'must have substantive work to warrant their existence." mlain, a V.U.T.E. Party men.b.'r, held a copy of GOdor Party's Platform used In th, spring elections when Gober won the SG vice-presidency. Blaiun then read a list of proposed aciiispitdi-h Gator platform. "Maybe a comrnittne in one og is accomplished, it Jtmtifh.s a comnhltin,'' he maid. Barker said he felt the proposal for a resolutions committfl was unrealIstIc. lIs function of.eIU that resoitulons at. iii piOper form was One of the Rules cornmitt., he said. 'It's tinnecessary to have a committee to put cornms and periods in the right place. a r,solutions. 'Tis Is a committe. on committees." Blain stated th, committee was needed to consider "proper wording for best communication." The committe, then voted to adopt a plan which will set e i standing ftmmlttees. The oommitten are: A cade m ic Affairs, Pulcations, Budget and Finahc., ResolutIons, Off-Campus Housing, Dormitory Housing, Married Student Housing, Judiciary, Rukas and Calendar, Traffic and Safety, and Excuse. MajrIty Whip Richard Thlompson, a member of V.O.T.E. party, said '. with the proper co-oper,tion from~ other branches of Stud.i GowrnmentlIseeno reaso, these committees can not function effectIvely.'' UF President I J. Wayne Reitz _o' (ED. NOTE: This is the first of a five-part series dealing with the issues involved in presenting a 'controversial' speaker on the University of Florida campus.) 'The question of es n atn tha fl.tarr controversial speakers formed a Paru rnmnoI~n ni ctnrm In tha But to send a clash of attention. radio and Speakers: SG Tigert By Sk ip Haviser Stuff Writer lecturer to the UF campus. The insueing opinions on the subject received national It was picked up by wire services, NBC several state newspapers. Former student body President William (Bill) 'ri-keal'. vtaws rsn=wrd twin favnrInw 2 1ihat with SO President Ken Kennedy -Yes" by mall, to four so-called loadedd" qastionsitbnitted to the Communist Party by SG President Trickel. The answers were to be printed in full by The AllIgator. In brief, the questions involved the economic advantages of communism in view of poor economic rnndIln In Fa.Iarn Phsrnn., r fr. .Isctnn! 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I ii, Jr Broadcasting Day Has Newsmen, Commisioner Two national network news correspondents take the microphone here today for a face to race exchange with, students training for broadcasting careers. Dan Rather, CBS White House correspondent and Peter Hackes of NBC News in Washington, will speak to the students during Broadcast Day, the second phase of the School of Journ9.lismn and Coinmunications' sixth annual Conmunications Week. Rather will speak at the opening nession .1 8:55 a.m. in the Student Service Center. Hackes will close the day-long sessions with an address Monday night at the Florida Association of Broadcasters dinner in the Service Center. The two talks will be among IA directed to School of Journalism and Communications students during a period set aside for intensive exchange between students and practicing boradcast speciallets. Welcomes will come from University Vice-President Ilarry M. Philpott; Rao 0. Weimer, Director of the School of Journalism and Communications, and Eugene B. Dodson, president of the Florida Association of Broadcasters. "The Climate in Washington," takes the spotlight at a morning panel at 9:50 a.m. Panel m em be rs will be Frederick W. Ford, federal ConStatewide Slated For A third annual state-wide conference for pre-law students and advisors is scheduled for March .13 to 14 at the UF'S College of Law,. Last year somec 14 colleges in Florida were represented at the gathering. Featured speaker on this year's program will be R. J. 'i|arley, former dean of the tUniversity of Mississippi's law sAhlthose 'even remotely interested" in studying law or findig what it is all about are invited to attend the conference. Reservations can be made inthe mumications Conmmissione; Thomas H. Wall, partner In the law firm of Dow, Lohnes & Albertson; and Robert L. Healdl,partner in the law firm ofspearman& Robertson. All are from Washington. NBC radio network representatives Robert Hitchens and Jack Berflsrmn will Speak at the 11 adm. session. Morgan fealty, of NBC Here Today Today hasbeenproclalmed 'Bud Dickinson Day" by Student Organized for Dickinson-. Dickinson, state senator from Palm Beach county, is a gubernatorial candidate. He will arrive in his own plane this morning and will be met by a car calvacade at the airport. Students will have anopportunity to meet Dickinson at the Gainesville Woman's Club from 2:30 to 5 p.m. this afternoon. A shuttle service will pick up students at the corner at University and Thirteenth Streets to take them to the Women's Club. "We extend invitations to all students to comec and meet Bud, said Dan O'Connell, chairman of Students Organized for Dickinson. Conference Law School that sponsors of the session are hoping for a larger representation from the 'F thiN year, because last yeaR more students attended from the university ofsouth Flori (da and Florida State University then attended from the lIE, WIN a JOHNSON 9 1/2 Fkshing Motor, plus local prizes at the hp 20 FAMILY BOAt SHOW all this week and thru -1/ tb-fr PETER HACKES New~s in New York, will present via s special two-way hook-up the Red Barber award to the outstanding student in broadcasting. A l2:30 p.m. luncheon, with Alpha Epsilon Rho broadcasting fraternity as hosts, will hear Paul TaM, progr am director for National Educational Television as 51se kr. An afternoon sessionwill include a panel discussion between James H. Hulbert, National Assocition of Broadcasters assistant to the president; M ar k Olds, general manager of WINS, group W.of New York City; Winston B. Linamn vice -president and general manager of WALL-TV In Atlanta Ga.; B r uce Buchaiiaa, general manager of WFBC in Greenville, S.C.; William McDaniel, executive vice president of NBC Radio Network in New York City; and Don Fedderson, interim professor at the University. Tomorrow, Advertising -Public Relations Day will wind up the week's events. included In the program will be Harold M. Speilman, senior vice president of Schwerin Research Corporation of New York,andfl.L. Meosker, director of classified advertting for the Miami Herald. Faculty Kas [. II I, < )rflE2Ssl'atma, ( Ik n, vI' 'SlICg' I .M1ektr' Newbill Robert HEtr'hets, LII ttor >,tles l111113, NlM I'i ,c~hig, I *uli h wn i-xi' \Ic Presidet roi1 .1 2 I lItm'hOn -bilue Rooni ($1.50) Ilist,: A Irriu EplIiloi Rho Speikei jaul TaL, Program lDirtetoi Nitinal ii tonal'1 dcv istiNYC. IntroductI on: Prof. John Haney 2:30 'ITet Me Speak to the Manager," Part I. Moderator, Tim Hulbert, NAB Assistant io II~et Washington Mark Olds, General Manager WINS, Group W, NV Winston B. linam, Vice President and Generdl M m. get, KSLA-TV, Shreveport Joseph Higgins, Vice President and General Marniger, WAll-TV, Atlanta -Bruce Buchanan, General Manager, WFBC, Greenville, S. C. .William McDaniel, Executive Vice President, NBC Radio Network, NYC. e Don Fedderson, Interim Professor (ETV) U. of F. 3:15 Coffee Break Hosts: Members of AEliho 3:40 "Let Me Speak to the Manager," Part IIL Questions from the audience. General Discussion. 7:00 Dinner ($3.00) Hosts: Florida Association of Broadcasters Presiding: Eugene B. Dodson, WTVT, President .A.B. Speaker: Peterklackes, NBC News, Washington JIM RICHARDSON Has Seen Active in Student Academic Affairs VS.e For RICHARDSON City Commission Group I (P4. P.1. Adv. & & Staff | LOW INTEREST R A TES ON LOANS h a a aa a a CHOOSE YOUR MONTHLY PAYMENT CashYou eciee l~9, mnthy payment, including life insurance on unpadlf~ 100 I 6mos. 17.25j12 mos8.8 I 4.70 36 mos. h 'II + I DAN RATHER FREDERICK FORD

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Dr. Dead Reeves At II (4nnpis Landscaping 39 Aes 'I S U 4 1 F>cy.c Ilriujs Iron Curtain r 1 1 i a i t K Installation I il''d Fv iL It ['il, ii&"ji r it ( ti TXi Itiso.I ''"i"i it' ''I 'l CI ,.e Freshman Council 'I f l I l 11' It '-hi' nii 1i1 l rh LIi I, Engineering Fair feswiF.it ihai '{ lirptitnwr ot Hidrlajh! in thli< {Jll'w'' 44 FBostoh Ijosjpit ii Iii I III.1t jim1n. I10 vus m vt>s oI. Worth e ,artp o flb alnrer-st P adiologyt 1)8 lhI e wumn idi -e ae loariibof the ttnvriyc Ark ni a andhe ceived hi toihislproito ratDr.mta school, Ii m1)47f. t Wor ex. camin to th F Dr.Pr-v wa asit adiologyi %, ewst at rdthe I MassachuettUnGveral hospkaital and an istrdtoix md tlodycforte rvmtad Medicl Sn o4. e was a rnorher ro tgnt an he College of Radiology Mid chairman of Its Comnmission on ints, Standards, an~d Poeo. Dr. Reeves was a member ofthe Alacbuo County Medical Society and the Florida Medical Associa lion. lie was a special consul taut to the lIn I aIl Research Training Committee of the Ii. S. public Health Service,. He is sur vived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John I). Reeves of Houston, Tex., a sister, Mrs. [E. Hoffman of Baytown, Tex., a son, John D., Ill; and a daughter, Barbara Jean, both of Idaho Falls, Idaho,. Burial will be in Houston. Funeral services have not been announced. Applications are now a s indicated: Kicks of a ,]fhoul li e wheel, I tdlert enigiHneir S r .14 ikimi pts Itiritors m1) the pilh mital luf hours it (oriveiving, planohlilI Ittulling thre three-day all iruclirnt fete. This yejz 's fair is QmpiIsrving the futut e and jiw developments in all fields af enginieering that conrit i to tire society of 1964. The liar will be open to the public without char ge Friday from 6:30 to 1:30 p.m.; Saturday from 2 to 9:30 p.m. and Sunday from to 8 p.m. Somte 400 student engineers ripreserntitig 10 honorary antiprofessionial engineering societies anri indiviuul projects will depIct a wide
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editorials VatJ ~1Xi rkczlt:(I I)iogcncs 'I' (1 t LrcjrrI iChd vai, t j th' j it ', n hep b m a fa ror,e nut il thii re,'tIiij's nIrel' 4rnphtu.t itt' .1sm rof hioiK ii am th'. irtlll nt first gatthet jgs itj t,'!i,' ii ,jur'J'I that has brern th. byproc
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CINEMA. tt fhe a sn A\I .ytr P,. y Re4w r Children By DON FEDERMAN I .Onltiitilig with1 i,f il;uii I iilaty to IIl 10n0n15 hmt idmin po who h.a'e it, mind), I rewii two theaters over the weeka't At the (,aiflesvtlle Drive-In -the trtermiission beak plus Iwo is. At the State through Thwsjy Is ''hree 'ables of I ove."' There carl be not do ub about t ten minut, intermission p u logical doey ptt ronth [ii St anflOuIniCmtLt of 'there are just te1nmilnutes irtil show tirnit iiCg IS swept into .i miacsti Ofl of jibpi tisemnents SUth that hii~no upbut buy eight boxes of pop or', a haUf-ozpn drmtk s, lave his can I c-paiinted every wevk, and lot k both ways before (rOss 11g. \ote how the film utililes the petition of imagery (In glorious out ri-popping technicolor) the Ian! jut. between (ommercial inter4,s arid such non-profit hum antI an roups like the chu rch of .,lui choce (tee -lhe). E very H me I ,ee this film I get the strangest desires to drink gr ange sod, and theO to white-steepled churches. il s film is a must for all friends of Pavlov. (f the added attr actions to the tlw his week, the I Isse r of the t evils was ''ChilIren of the [)iuiimd." This little gem lt-n tired children ten titles mitie iitollnIginI thanEinste'inand ofp rnogenetituoneptitin, whI)( like >}iid little child, tn take iftet th olitis' habits by destrOyiiig peOii. Then these children disrov er the alternative of peace, but alas, Smist ake 'a Ia FAILI-BA FE"' nesult s in their dest rumt on lrid a large case of guilt for mankind. treat tdea, but the presentation P lousy (fo rtunit ely, with the drive-in, ''love conquers all''). "Three Fables'' isa amalgam of guess how many stories which tell of the wacky ways of love. Often witty arid brilliant in certain Instances, one, nevertheless, is left with the feeling, 'Oh, well, nice way to spend an afternoon, but you wouldn't want this all the time.'' The first story, directed by Alexander Blasetti, is just atroblus. It concerns itself with a woman winning her husband back from his mistress. SylviaKoscina at the mistress plus a dead story make this movie unlorgetablydull. The second story, directed by Herve Bromberger, has the most appeal. It concerns the seduction actually a mutual collaboration) of a town's only woman by a handsome mechanic who exploits the girl's niiddle-age husband's egotism. The development of the husband's vanity makes for a jolly good time for all. The third story, directed by Rene t4For Checks ,"Fables' c'pi't\'f pinI< ombn we94ktent. liii oi illy ;its f.tle ego *tgiist mi I. eg -the result is ., bIghily Iij aged, l ewel study of the sex dluel. I,, final, it ian he ntht the State offers in 'stipi ftr(ii schoolwork whlilt there -n4fft rulinuitti pai kig spti( e This Week rH!ATTIAN(XA, Tent. (tiP!) A jtd1e will Sc ltenluoned lanms I?. Hoft. hI, week on a federal liry tampering (oliviitioji whilih in ries a maiximumi penalty ot I(C yen s III p1 isoii. hioff., 31, ISt ithdiilts to be it tene Thiuir 'ALy by fi e, luuigi I 'i nk Wilson. AItom icys for the Teamste, s umon, ,zesicierl .ire txpei ted to file new til motions earlier in the w 'ek. Eloffa and1 three co-defendiants were tin feted In, 1.5. Dis i tt c urt last week of ittemiptlzg to eorutpt t lurnis dtjiinthe aEdt, b-ader's 962 oiispiracy rial it N ash vi!l. lBit ii mIAV bU' lioig tImIe befoe ti' labo, medci itia li fjght T 0oU1t Is I, .pertei. IIF alumni return to the campus March 20-21 for their spring re-. union and annual busines, meeting,. Friday activities consist of registration and executive council meetings, and a special concert for the alumni by members of the University of Florida faculty. The concert beings at a:1S p.m. in the University Auditorium. An alumni-faculty barbecue be-. ginning at 11:30 a.n. on Saturday in the Florida Gymnasium will provide opportunity for old graduates and their former professors to reminisce before an afternoon program of campus tours and college activities. Six classes, those of 1914, 1919, 1924, 1929, 1934, and 1939, will hold a joint reunion reception and banquet at 4:30 p.m. Saturday in the Florida Gymnasium. The Orange and Blue football game at 8:15 p.m. Saturday climaxes the spring reunion andpreviews the l964Gator football team. Texas Different Kind Of Western (Ekberg, Sogs) By JEFF LASSMAN Anita Ekberg andthe Three Stooges make this week's Florida theater ofterjng a different kindi of western Add Frank Sinatra, The movie is better thai' many of the recent westerns, with a different treatment, and enough of the misses Ekberg and Ursula Andress to keep itinterestlng. The Three Stooges add some comic relief where it is needed, but in THE.J *.-provided the other holf of Spring pourri of well-known folk tunes, ba Corotyn JOURNEYMEN Frolics entertainment Friday niqht njo solos, clowning, and humor. with a pot(Photo by Johnston) Senate To Begi u~s~i U Nt> (III) --'hiS. Ni uts lui awattddi~teOnl tiht tighist mI b+,'s i~ hii 'uhts IbilI in itt' ly a oln vr. Adilhuit iatioii tI',s wYE'i Upt paz Id to right COT LST,~iii $he I'ln at 4 DemioCi stv I eadel Mik, M,.risfteid, Moit., ':is sad he will m~ov, to iall tip th,. conlrover'ial mecisul e fri flour .bten. Ilis will signal the Ci rst kilsy protests from well -orginl/eclsouthe ii opponents, who may debate tHi motion as Icing as a week. An alicit filibustci maiy cunme latex, however. Some Hepublicalis suggested again Sunday that a deal was in the works bet ween the administratic,, and Southerners to win Senate passage by agreeing to a compromise. Senm. Hugh Scott, H-Pa., and Jacob K. Javits, R-N.Y., saw a possible weakening of the bill in comments made last week by Senate Democratic Whip Hubert H. Humphrey, Miinr., Its floor manager. Humphrey had told newsmen that pro-civil rights forces would not depend on trying to break a Southern filibuster by voting cloture, or halting debate, a parliamentary device requiring a two-third, vote of the Senate. The Senate has never cut off a civil rights debate. While not ruling out eventual us. of this tactic, Humphrey indicated the bill's supporters would keep a majority -or SI nears -on the floor at alltImesto answrqUOrUml calls and any other delaying tactics, and thus wear a filibuster do-n. In television interviews Sunday, Scott and Javits took this to mean that Humphirey did not expect a cloture vote. They said this In turn suggested possible agreement with the Southerners to compromise the bill. Humphrey and President Johnson both have stood firm on the iiif .a deil to igIi umphrne soften th. bIII. y has sid he wits the bill p r .1noltling lit. er wiigis nvyu1,Sinll. n n ailiru I os~m .1 miioc to compromr~is. 'i .ESsmthi lresieint will vigoiouisly pu, sue thIi bill ini its pi esent form,' It said. FR 6-5333 Loans up to S lalrmiiig.' thus echoed the WOI dIS of W&'i. XIRiiird II. Hussell, IG '., Ijider of SotlieinIcivil rights Trips, who said l.ist wu'.k hi heIIItrioti the political pi ci I urumpiIrlilse oi th,, hill. lavits said the nie~l thr tt'' to thu bill would bn .a Southern ,grmet ii forego filibuster in return for weaker p ivsisins, i'specially the so-caled pubtli .ar'ommptopit(Ilns sedipl. $600 222 W. Sartorial Splendor Univ. Ave. at .-. Fight wee a -a ---.

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~rn F or Sale Car Rentai It10 -a I LI ,t. 1-ll -'-'I t1W lit ~i A-lll-Jt C). AII?-( (,NlJLIONF I) SIP x 10' Mrbili lfhIm--set tip wIth 20' x U)' .lwmnIe iiid 'O' TV intern,. iln shadiy ltin ii ktjry [Iii -j?&,dy rm Small F.? I-54H .tfle; 5.30. A -I-i-lot). Nit W F I? IMFt IN INE COIIIS. A few xeady fon limwdlateot'panty. (,iresviII.'st fstest gr'wrig hew homit romnirgtiiaty. '.A, IA finiiingII. IJURIh Ia I .1 Is, In'., N, J .11th Av+. juil 15th >1. Over I (Al ft. pIii5 LI aIxati' prchrl. S hdoinms gind sl. 1--1/2b i ih, .inie t built,It s xlit). ( ronveiilent to Metral!., month.V 1-/1 (l'-277%. (A -108-St -C). ANTE -itl li (M I) IF 85 WITHl PICT URF: FAT. P. ledt (or plan'tation ball. Site G. hngire 41 Dongan'soi call 6-2.138. (AUni v. Ex tension 283, or Room 14,Fla. Union. put on ill minutes S0lES put on in 15 minutes MODERN SHO REPAIR SHOP ross frm ist notional haink STARTS WED. Showing 7:30 PM ONLY Wed, March IIl AVANCE Ticket Sale on This Show Only At Our Box Offi ce -750 Seats On Sale Now R EGULA R PRICES ACADEMY AWA RD NOMINA TIONS. BEST Supporting Actor. Director Edi tin"g v Art Direction Color Cirematography Costume Design Silk clrg nIla ihoLr LII *s5 with hp slepves. Siz 'PKay TI aiii (qouii U. Iiin' II, tIahgthL p(111k rilti, shopi $50. K -'<7, .(A-ll)-it 7For R ent Atir active Ian zt rtx,nm I in lyt mIoverL Ihime. I leat ((i et '.L~ei study. I H J-Th$ K.lia, Pt5 (M Ut \I \ -(}I hk iitiknilg, tItilitli LI vtm r I 6 v sity Ave. I i -ti-'. 2 ba'droomr furnished it. 702 N. Maiir $60 ,onith. 2 -1')4 on 2182.1. -410 -tf Or0 rent to mcii students. lDouble room in privy ate home. CenIii lt''a itid air conittioning. l'rivat. enti .an1( .imd lath, Close to -r ).rsity. I U -6848. (IF RRE NT --Need tIre ite meut with I. V., Hi-FI, a, to e Kilhe,, Study room". $100 peci persoli (Ovel S SUIIIUICtImse. To see, call Jeff it 22880. (B lO0 -tf-p).l arge, comfortable front cornerroom. Located downtown. ArrabLi'd ror 2 male students. Kitchen aind other privIleges. 6-4592. (B-104-Uf-c). 3 Bedroom, 2 bath, brick home. $550 down, FLIA rancing. Must sell. Owner leaving town. 2208 N. E. I5th Terrace. 376-8472. (B-112-St-c)lO'% TO 25% CASh RETURN FROM RENTAL PROPERTY. Real Estate in the GainesvIlle area increases In value everyday. 50% profit and more from buying and re-selling small tracts of acreage (3 to 25 acres). Give yourself a break and let me give you some examples and Ideas and then judge for yourself. Call Wayne Mason c/v Arnold Realty Co., 31f2-3522. (1Ill -MWF -c)'. NOWI 2 GREA T HlTS I open at 6:30; show at 7 First Run -at 8:50 I AMLL-NE'L 4 Ito onlI~ >6; pius UB4-I. N-,il-.It-s [(IS -M\echunL li mot ling if \Its 2216 ask fur I at Keel'r \[t I' i'* Ie I Li Ito LLL LVwIleatIhtr tll. 1). M. S. I 1St Ih 4th. C iii 2.Rtewarulr -i_ .---I !.gdqs ii liIaik '1(11, F al rV 21 ilL Ihi W ~ ItlFunitI P''. Plepiw ii' O I ii, LU -Iis ( ). E -I[.uI -IS li L ----\ IIP' -teIr il! T~( L str ,,h -ae alfrab' oi Sevie 2 -7601 89.ifn\oul I the per soil who claimed I',P kappa Alpha F rat. pn ii tiC .I. I aunidiy please cill Duke Schirarli at P1 Kappa Alpha house. Pin is 40 yrs. old. ROW:,rdi )L-l1O-3t-c),. Wanted W AN T El) 19S0-54 FORDS and CIIEVROLETh. Al Her ndo n's Service Station. located 916 5. E. 4th Street. (C-83-tf-cN. Two female roommates for sum"ter trimester. Large 2 bedroom, air conditoned apt. 3 blocks fro'" campus-c2-5961 after 5 p.m. (Cl-3-. _FEMAlE ROOMMATE wanted to hare apt, located 1/2 blocks from campus. $45 per month, including rent, utilities, se wing machine, T.V. and phone. 372 -0736. (112-3t-c). [ In error we charged you $3.25 too much on red men's oidstyle bicycle with oversize tires, On Tuesday March 3. Return for $3.25 bicycle house. (J-110-St-c).' Th7e Best shoes made: Ortho-Vont Spring-step. New spring andsummer line. For appointment Call Mr. Lassman at FR 2-2880. 1963 Microbus VW, 4 months old, new condition, radio, heater, 50 horsepower motor. $2300. 3764960. (G-il0-St-e). OMP OF BAWDY Today TAE. TUE MISIT Tues. REFRESINS MOVIE -S *"* I FA'TI"m -~i" XH AI. $8.I( w,.k IIniLng $2.t) Ihisktt. .120 N. W .uthSt. K> .A LIly( all (NIrY PING -Term papers, tihesis, dissertatIons, manuJY 5(1Ip)t novels, IBM typewi iter. Reason able rates. 2-0328. flU S. W. 10th St. (Mrs.) helen I). Balyeat (M-83 -(f-c). VWet Nam Wants >j [ tS. lilw' heked ti Li F stimiiie'. Next t0 F to, Io,(k',tcie PITking lot. 1627 N. II, W,. If au r estei in h hon>' MIPLday mornings (I his. it 75C per li.) Plp.pse call Nancy -8801. She dOeS excellent work .'u i ver y tiepeiidabhl*. (Jail me fm ll my htOm ~Iintnd flo 2-6229. II after 3:3(1. Mrs. ( .riley. ApliaLcerep~ C~Aired, smnil andl litge. (I~tlii's [tx-it Shop. ii Pit aI~l fiioC Grumn'.' [,aundi y. 1418 N. WV. 1st Ae. living tin vet shy post (ffice, 2-7233 cli 6-9346. ( M-I0G-tf-r). GARNER DRAFTING SERVICE. Leroy letter inig, chart',, graphical delinheat ion, I nd pr epa, at ion of data for (Valid rep, oluction for thesis and dIssertations. 3728008. (M-l07-I0t-c). Strongman More SAIGON (U PT) -Ma]. Gei. Nguyen Khanh, Sojlh Vtel Namn S strongmiin, told DefenseSecretary Robert S. McNamai a Sunday he needed more guns to replace the B,000 weapons captured by Comyear. Kbanh made the statement durPig a two-hour meeting with McNamara at the Vietnamese joint general staff headquarters a few hours alter McNamara pledged all out American military arid economic backing for Khanh -wIthout being asked for it,. Informed sources said Khanhb did not make any specific request for increased American aid, nor did McNamara offer any, but that Kbanh told him he needed certain amounts of additional equipment to carry out the paeiflcation plan Khanb announced on Saturday. uTh so esi d Kanh spelled his pacification plan anid although he dIdn't say how he Intended to acquire it the Implication he wanted it from the United States was obThe Vietnamese leader said among the things he needed were more infantry weapons to equip Viet Nam's second line troops the sell defense corps and the strategic hamlet illiawhilchhave been hit hard and often by guerrilla hit -an -run attackers. During the 1st year the Vietnamese forces have lost more than 8,000 modern French and AmerIcan apn to the VIMt Coung. The government said they hal seized aout 4,000 rebel wea pons but military sources said ~ FLORIDA A Weapons niany were I r tie, homemade Item',. MeNamara said on arrival that what is needed to win the war is -a program which will coordinate the economic, military anid civigovernment, fully supported by the United States in a campaign to drive out the Viet Cong -a program which will brirngfreedom and prosperity to your nation which has fought so long and valiantly." Only a few hours earlier in a nationwide radio broadcast Ihanh had outlined just such a program in a major policy speech which promised a vigorous reorganization anid decentralizatIon of government institutions with the accent on youth. Khanh's program pledged more effort to increase economic, social peasansIn the wartorn coutry side within the next year and also promised major reforms in every field. BARRYI san"S tndlb~.d.& ~MDA'T K i Ii N. Lost & Found Real Estate Autos -r c

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GLENN [ANEY Spodt, Eddor ti i i' t'l ital s .1 I 'I l s FAMILIA R NUMBE R .40 walks off the court to the thunderous applause of the 4,000 fans who showed up for the Gator's final game against Tennessee. Highly led the Gators with 21 points and 17 rebounds in his final appearance for Florida's gPT'RtSuLTS. I btti as a player Mid a.' a perso. Blue T rack Orange In The Blue t am) won the iiniuol Orange and Blue track meet Sat urday morning 67-64 in a hard fought battle whIch wasn't decided until the last event. Captain Pete Rowe, the coach if the Blue team, was releavsed from the infirmary in time to urge his team on to Victory. Bill Roberts, of the Blue squad, was the mo0 t oulstjading performer of the day, collecting 15 1/4 points In five events. [Javid WIlson broke his Own ft .shman mile reord of I:2S3 I wi th a 4:23.8 tIme. Roberts lowered his own 'ecord in the 330 yard intermediate hurDacron Crepe The consensus of f as hi o n experts who were polled in a recent c o nv ent io n overwhelmingly selected the new 100"', dacron crepes, usually referred to as 'whipped r L T eam Nips Meet lb Ns with. a ii.7 lock lug. The Orange team apprar.I to br running away with the meet through the running of 220 yard (dAsh. 'The spread was 21 potifls at What time. But the Blue team won the pole vault, intermediate hurdles, two mile ad mile relay to give thin'mn the edge. tob,.rt, Iced the cake by taking the triple jump. Coach Per y Beard said alter the meet,"Consideringthe number of injuries, the meet was en(ouring."' Wheii ask.ei tdout hi,, A lligator ad of last week, he replied, ''Ten freshmen an d oiw varsity pole -vaulter came out. Sunmmary of Events: Mile: Wilson, D. (B), Goodyear (0), Wells (0) 4:23.8; 100 Yard Dash: leach, G. (0), Chalker (0), .Jones (B) 10.0; 440 Yard Dash: Brown (0), Roberts (B), Johnson (0) 51.2; Shot Put: Leach, J. R., (0), Wilson, J. (B), Basceilli (B) 42-li 3/4; 120 Y ard 111gh Hurdles: Wallace (0), Doceb (B), Roberts (B) 15.6; High Jump: Doesh (B), Stephens (O), C r awftord (0)64 -1/2; Broad Jump: Dlevaney (0), Brown (0), Haley (B) 20-6; 880 Yard Run: Brown (0), Gebbard (B), Funk (B) 2:00.4; 220 Yard Dash, Leach, G. (0), Haley (B) 22.2: 330 Yard Intermediate Hurdtii i 11 .Islig li' Li ilt'' l t'' \ Iit' NI11! [Alil t IS t 11 )\,l'i' 11111 O' I i np til 'uv eil l. 1t iN w i l it IC 111,d 1te ILI S L i'l tll 1 1 a t' t iiup' t 111.1' i 1 Ai' lilI l I l Nt'n till ~Iqlit t' u ,I rlei 'l' l''il lIlls I ~ e t l l p iitt t L s I *' \'It i kIL uL S' ii tle I l. lt di 0 .it~t it hlk, hrt ;p i se ii t eilt ti t o f Iig Iltil i i til iiy 4) 1atst hb iIl.i'u BIIIh pL 0 [4 'Li IS110 1 to ill It, ts il ti (jur ti'' li i hi t i t' uhii, ht lr is' tlonn tt Illl l'\ o s kh it Kl' cf uiii'cI.'i Si ll ti t1! g11 thii' hutl l i nt to -t geth11''r i i g t.m ath l o iu his ilhy Oh.0 ife thi11 fiit't youtt eTIII \' have' .', ha i the plusr tolt woitB kilt \ sxl I hivit etil' coitn gl~ balktt, tl. llin .1, yMelthatl Mol as IOf h,'hre hei th's 'tv. Cle .latli,*nI. wMsjut plin the sdo.i tyho ball ny'alwas iuowche am wsc tapaie Ande plyhedd H ookin fomn both theyf an the hhing yong shor jum hotsv ad pum pngu theI fr kth free o line, Hiey ochi or2 poikts.l Mont wn'gt begoigitornnesslonalbwal'--anover ghos eas. ae hus beyng ated toe Medcal hoohee atnw the Unvsitypaof Alord pa edd Mont was the only senior on a good Florida team which should be even better when the whistle blows to signify the opening of next season's southeastern Conference (sSE) race. The only difference wilU be the player jumping at the tipoff for the Gators. It won't be number 40. It, somehow, Just won't seem the same without the big, softspoken mnan out there to stabilize the Gator's M nt, it will be a long time before the fans at ['lorida forget you,

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r I' } i 'i. Records '1 '4 Fall As UF Tankmen Win Ry GLENN LANEY Sports Ed' 'or [I Ui e krl it Ii Th florie tim Gator W O 0 WinE Florida broke its sprmg~ sports jinks against Florida State this weekend as Gatur Netters upset the highly favored Seminole tennis 6eam five matches to tour. Florida had bee n defeated In swimming, golf, and gymnastics before the netter, came through with their last ditch doubles victory. The match wasn't decided until Steve Gardner and Don Losman beat the FSU doubles team of Paul Bennett and Steve Burtt In its third UF -Si 5 straight win, Florida N ine I n LAKE LAND W#pecial) -It took Uh. Florida baseball team 11 Inntugs to do it, but the Gators opened their season in a winning master here Saturday by downing Florida Southern, 5-I. After a nine Inning I-I dc~adlock and an extra tenth innlnghad tailed to solve matters, the Gators case up with four big scores in the tC9 of the eleventh to capture the wia. The Gators put three of their nise total hits together with two walks and a sacrifice in the big inning. First baseman Tom Shannon opened the frame wtth adoiible. Bill Blomgrern walked, and pitcher Danny Eggart advanced both run-. ners with a sacrifice.' After Ron Creese followed with a walk to load the bases, third baseman Earl Montgomery came through with a single to score Shannon andfllomgren. [Dave Porter singled in another tally, and 1T'LL K AJOC K You Ly Ovr! ANOTHER ALA N's CUBANA FIRST: The most dlcious, Montgomery scored the fourth run on a Soutlwrn So uthern in tie bot sto r tttop producing a came back top, of the had tom F r a triple to km sixt :1 r r I [I Ii, if il J i \I l .1 a ii ip.iri1 'i i n iith >1 C iilli iig pIonIShIInk i I lon .ind thcii Netters 0 a (nitii-t oFnie Iii k ] i -0 I l I inna his i iniphtely domintet,( Edge Dubles won four singles matches and cone doubles match. Bill Tym, defending SLC singles champion, lost to Lox Wood, a ranking South African player and Tym's doubles partner In U.S. competition, with scores 8-6 and 7-5. Dave Bonnet dropped the other single' match to Don Caton by the scores 6-2 and 9-7. Then the Gators took the last four singles matches. Steve Gardnet defeated Steve Gune 6-2, 6-2 and Jerry Preiffer downed Paul Def eats Past .', rv',it Bill (i'I il h I iiz 01)U L ir tl~i t'u t' .I[ I i Lii C Oi in ,et an Sut re' ord with FSU 6-4,6-0 Bennett 6-2, 6-4. Don Losmnan In one of theclosest matches of the day beat Don Monk 10-8 and 6-4. VIe Stone took ax, easy match over Steve Burnt with scores 6-1 and 6-3. In doubles play Wood and Gune of PSU teamed up todefeatGator's Tym and Bonner by scores of 6-3 and 6-5. pfeilfer and Ron Rebhuhn of Florida lost the only match which went Into three sets by 6-0, 3-C, and 7-5. Gardner and Lesman, pickingup South ern Innig Gators outfield taken a 1-0 lead of the fourth on ink Oktavec's run '. But the Gators. ot the score in the hon a single by Florida S. Hardy 3b James 2b Holton c Huebner p-rf Lee If Oktavec s Priester rf Sonenber; lb Lodlow el Mayer cf Bards. lb Hbuck p a--Bowman b--Montgomery Totals Duel Duncan, a sacrifice, and an error. Creose, Montgomery, and Jim Elliot each collected three hits to lead the Gators at the plate. Four Gator pitchers limited the Mocs to three hits, struck out nine, and walked eight. Eggart, who pitched four innings of shutout ball, was the winning hurler. Florida Creese 2b Montgomery 3b Duncan If Porter e Elliott di Morcroft ss Shannon lb Blomgren rf Biggart p Anderson p Zabala p Eggart p Totals AINLINE OP~OUTUNIITYI BE AN EASTERN STEWARDESS Enjoy Five Weeks of FREE Training In Magnificent MiIm Her, is the career opportunity of your lifetime with TRAVEL, PRESTIGE, A ND GOOD PAY! You'll be trained .t Miami Springs Villas. .America's most beautifi stewardess tralnilE center To qualify for consideration as an Eastern Air Lines stewardess,. you must be: a high school graduate; single (widows and divorcees, without children, &onsidered); .t least 20 years of age consderation); 5'2' to 5 tal the all-important defeated Bennett and 6-0. winning match, arnd BurUt 6-4 Results were: Paul de Zeeuw (FSU) over Mark Graham 6-3 aid 6-li; Rick Chace(UF)overGeorge Wicks 6-3 and 7-5; Joe Simon (UF) over Jerry Goss 7-5 and 6-1; Bill perrin (UIF) over Bob RobInson 6-0 and 6-3; Ron Pick (UF) over George Mason 6-I and 6-0; and Herman Greene (UF) over Joe Bloomer, 6-8, 6-4, and 6-I, in singles matches. In doubles play Graham and Chaos (UT) defeated de 'Lnuw and Goes 6-I and 6-4; Simon and Perrn (UF) downed Wicks and Robinson with scores of 6-2 and 6-2; Pick and Greene (UF) beat Mason and Bloomer 8-2 and 6-1. Stetson is florida's next varsity net opponent. The match wil] be on Stetson's home courts, today. Frosh op Th. Baby Gator baseball team ran its season record to 3-I as they swept Edison Junior Coolege of Fort Meyers in a pair of weekend games. 'The Freshmen won on Friday by a slim 4-3 margIn and picked up victory number three Saturday by a 7-3 score. First baseman Mike Shirab,who has been hitting the ball well, doubled home three runs in the fourth inning of Friday's contest to provide the runs needed for victory. Danny Orr scattered eight as he regIstered his second tory of the year. Orr also pit hits vicched V r 'i ym~ 'i I kl 4 Jr vi n i m th i kbti roea n ii Sp In 3:48.1. Ftny WhlItphIse set Iwo new SF in the 200 yard individual medley were both new standards in the SE~c, Whitehouse was also a member of the Gtmtor's 400 yard medley relay team. Captain .Jerry Livingston was the fourth Gator swimmer to win two events. Livingston set SEC records in both the 100 and 200 yard butterfly events with tImes of :52.4 and 2:01.1 respectively. Jerry also swain the butterfly leg of the 400 yard medley relay. Charlie King andsandyChandler turned In the other two record breaking performances for theGatort. King swam the 200 yard breaststroke In 1:044. The lone other first place finish for the Gators was Lansing Price's first place finish in the one-meter diving event. Florida's Baby Gator swimming team shared first place with Alabama lb the freshman division as both teams piled up 35 points. The varsity and freshman will next travel toHanover, NewHampshire where they will take part in the Eastern Collegiate Championships, March 12. Eison Jc the full nine innings. In Saturday's game the Freshman jumped off to a quick 2-0 lead after the first inning of play. However, Edison rallied for two rims in the seventh inning to cut Florida's lead to 3-2. Harry F e hr m an and Charles Strattan came through with timely hits as the Gators tallied four times in the last two frames. Joe Beke r is relieved Gator starter Ned Woofolk to preserve the victory. Today and tomorrow the Fresh-. men will meet Manatee Junior College at 3 pan. on tire varsity diamond. *Mother, PLEASE .,,, '4 I Rather 1~ My We know you like the because i'm your son. we need help, mainly creative writers on thi bii hy magazIne, Mom, but For EVERYBODY to Ii that's kce it, from artists, cartoonists and campus who would like to see their student magazine grow and improve. If you see any, send them around to Room 15, Union. cv,. J r Pr> ;r A Eleve %f~