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Vol.56, No.127 University of FloridaGainesville MondayMarch 30, 1964
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63 KNOWN DEAD



They Resurge




After QuakesANCHORAGE .. 11r !




Alaska (UPI) -- Hampered by severe new aftershocksand 11F
the threat of tidal waves, Alaskans dug through earthquakeruinedtowns
and cities yesterday In an Easter Sunday search for the dead.
'physicians and nurses labored to prevent pestilence.State .
officials reported at least 63 known dead, many were missingand t \: .
hundreds injured in the mighty Good Friday quake and the killer p-
waves it hurled against the coast. Thousands were homeless in the 1
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22-degree temperatures, and whole towns were evacuated.
Crescent City, Calif., smashedby
four big waves, counted 11 per-
SG PresidentKen sons known dead,15 others missingand r u i' ;

believed dead. Damage to .

(See QUAKES, Page 2)) fr :/ iTc,1
Kennedy !lffim flrm_ )L5.. II I

Student Dies

Hospitalized CRESCENT CITY (SpecialA ) .
-- 21-year-old UF engineering -
UP Student Body President Ken junior was killed instantly
Kennedy was reported in "satis- when he lost control of his
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factory" condition yesterday at theJ. car and crashed on U.s. 17 .... ."," ... '....-"'''...'. "" .... w- ..-. -...-- ... .
Hillis Miller Health Center south of here early yesterday I'M SURE I HAVEN'T THE FAINTEST 'I DON'T MEAN TO COMPLAIN, Bl'; ,
suffering from what doctors while returning from Daytona
termed spontaneous penumo- Beach. .idea what he's talking about, replies .but somebody took all the eggs a ,ddidn't I

thorax. Ira Clayton Parrish of Cres- Rebecca Chuff 2 years old, as leave me but one, Mike Crane,
Kennedy was admitted to the cent City was killed about 5 -
medical center at 12:25 p.m. yes- a.m. yesterday. His Gaines- she protects a somewhat fuller basket. 3, se-ems to say at UF Dames egg hunt.

terday, according to a hospital ville address was 514 NW 31st

spokesman. Lane. Hate Strikes India I
Saturday night he reportedly Funeral services are schedu-
complained of pains in his chest led today at the First Baptist -- -- - - -- -
and went to the infirmary. His Church of Crescent City todayat NEW DELHI (UPI) -- Government officials said In Stockholm, Swedish engineer Magnus Letttus said
condition worsened and he was 4 p.m. yesterday almost 300 persons have been killed in a Sunday the current rioting is far worse than reported.On .
transferred to the medical center. Survivors Include his violent wave of religious hatred sweeping eastern his return to Stockholm from IB months in eastern
Dr. James H. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira C. India.It India, Lettius said "officially some hundreds of people
Melvin, who Parrish, a borther, Wayne, anda were killed when Hindus and Moslems clashed, but
treated Kennedyin sister, Gloria. was feared that the death toll might exceed the the losses in dead amounted to at least 1,000 U not

the emergencyroom 1: JUlIflJI UIJJlUjaI! ![ J IHlii Hindu-Moslem massacres_ of 1961 in which 500 died. 1500." .,. ..
said a chest Lettius said he witnessed the
tube was Insertedbut ANGRY CUBANS THERE ALSO rioting In Jamshedpur,west of Calcutta -

that Kennedy where religious violence
required no sur reached a fever pitch last week.
gery.It I F1fering Peace Union Holds Marchfrom "Kill" was the slogan and"mur-
was reported der" the battle cry as Moslems,
I Hindus and Christians fell eachother's
he was also suf- By CAROL NOBIS Quebec, Canada, were among The speaker at the courthouse on
from acolKENNEDY Staff Writer the marchers. There were fifteen gathering was Bradford Lyttle, throats across wide areasof
Orissa and Bihar states
lapsed lun*. The recently chartered Student of them, said Richer. CNVA coordinator of the CNVA march. Howling Christian tribesmen
A spokesman for the hospitalsaid Peace Union (SPU) staged its first marchers have marched 1500 miles. Lyttle also participated in the swarmed down on Moslem villages
Kennedy's illness was due major action yesterday with an so far and are on their way to San Francisco to Moscow marchIn with crude bows and arrows.
to a "general rundown condition." Easter peace march, according to Guantanamo. 1960-61. Happy crowds of movie-goers
He also added that barring complications coordinator Bill Warlnner. Lyttle received a B. A. in philosophy were cut to pieces in the streetsof
War inner said that Easter Is a
the 29-year old school A group of about 50 marched from Earlham in Indiana Calcutta.
traditional time for
peace
senior should be released in fouror from NW 18th St.and Second Avenueto and a M. A. in English literature Panicky American families fled
marches. The tradition Is wide-
five days. the courthouse. The walk start- from the University of Chicago. the modern Industrial town of
In he said. There
spread Europe,
Steve Freedman, 4ED, Ken- ed at 10:30 a.m. and broke up at Lyttle's talk related the peace Rourkela as blood-thirsty mobs
are annual marches In many ma-
nedy's administrative assistant, 12:15 p.m. movement to Christian history. He fought In the streets with knives,
jor cities such as Chicago and
said SGVlce-PresidentDickGober SPU marchers were accompanied explained why It's meaningful to hand grenades and bate hands.
St. Louis.
7AS will take over all official by about 25 members of the make a peace walk on Easter Sun- The slaughter began In East India -
functions of the president and Cuban Revolutionary Council, who The purpose of the march was day. Richer said that the peace on March 16.
Freedman will handle all admin- are antl-SPU, according to Ed to draw attention to SPU's posi- movement has often been comparedto The seeds for the current religious -
istration details. Richer, non-student member of tion and program. The program early Christian history. strife were planted late
Kennedy was reported in good the SPU. Includes encouraging full discus- Richer said yesterday's march last year when a sacred Moslem
spirits last night. He sat up and Committee for Nonviolent Action sion of alternatives to war and ways was an effort which Its backers
ate a good supper.GEN. members who have walked of achieving peace, said Warlnner. hope to stage every year. (See STRIFE, Page 2))



I Visitina Generals lanatius Watson Head D/anafarv List I

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Under Secretary of the Army O. Gravely, Ocala.Highlighting Inc., a management consulting
Paul R. Ignatius will head a star- the ROA's Satur- firm. lie was promoted to Under
studded list of dignitaries on hand day morning program will be a Secretary of the Army In Febru- ,.' ,
here for the Florida Reserve Officers parade by the University's Army ary. a
Association annual meetingthis and Air Force R. O. T. C. ca-
weekend. dets. General Watson will be the He will arrive in Gainesvilleby V QR

Ignatius will keynote the two- reviewing officer. military aircraft Friday after-,
and-one-haU'day program with a Other Saturday highlights include noon and spend several hours with
public lecture in the UF Audi- a luncheon address by Sena- Colonel James T. Hennessey,professor -
torium Friday night. His lectureis tor Spessard L. Holland and a of military science at the
sponsored jointly by the ROA Saturday evening banquet addressby University, and his staff. He Is
and the university.Also General Watson. Nondenominational scheduled to return to Washington -
expected to join some 200 devotional services are Immediately following his Fr-
Florida reserve officers during scheduled for the University Hos- day night lecture.

their meeting here are four general pital Chapel Sunday morning, con- .
officers; Lt. General Albert Wat- ducted by Colonel William N.Boaz, Major Eugene H. Boyles, J
son, Commanding General, Third Jr., professor of air science at Gainesville, Is convention chair-
Army; Lt. General William H. S. the University of Florida. man for the Florida ROA meeting.
Wright, Chief of the Office of Ignatius is a former Harvard Host to the group Is Colonel RalphA.
Reserve Components, Departmentof University professor in business Eastwood, Coresident of the
the Army; Major General GeorgeA. administration. Prior to being Gainesville Chapter,ROA. Colonel
,- Carver, Commanding General, appointed assistant Secretary of Forrest R. Harsh, Miami, Is
WATSON Fourth U. S. Army Corps, Birmingham the Army in 1961 he was one of President of the Florida Depart- GEN. IGNATIUS
; and Major General Louis three partners in Harbridge House, ment ROA.



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2 The Florida Alligator MondayMarch 30, 1964


Campus News Briefs : "( .

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OfficersLast American Institute of..
AllergistDr. The research showed that The new officers elected New the"Phi Gamma Physics on Tuesday, March I i
the medication had no notice- are Clifford Landers, Pre- week 31, at 4:35 p.m. in Bless i
E.F. Ellis instructorIn of Alpha Epsilon PI .
,
chapter
able effect on the allergic sident; Ronald Warren, Auditorium of the Physics
at the Univer- electionsfor
pediatrics Fraternity held its
reaction, establishing a Vice-President and Dorothy Building. IJ "
sity of Florida College of the upcoming academic
Medicine, has received theyear's clearer separation between Howse, Secretary Trea- Dr. Alex G. Smith, assistant t
allergy and respiratory surer. year. dean of the graduate J'
top award from the Don perlyn was reelectedto
infection. school and
American College of Aller- The new officers will be the office of Master by professor ofphy- I
gists. PCL HonoraryThe Installed at the next chapter the unanimous decision of sics and astronomy, will A
Receipt of the Bela Schick meeting. the brotherhood. The new speak on Physics Graduate ;
Award by Dr. Ellis was announced Beta Gamma chapterof officers include: Stu Logan, Work. There will also be
Friday by Dr. Pi Sigma Alpha, the national Lt. Master; Lenny Weiss- election of officers for the !
Harrell dean of honorary political sci- SXI BanquetSIGMA coming year.Graham.
George T. man, Scribe; Larry Broder, f >
the College of Medicine. It ence society, recently held Exchequer; Mark Romer to AreaBasil
was awarded by the American Initiation of new membersand the of Member at
position
College of Allergists fora election of officers for XI, scientific research which plays an important S. (Bill) Diamond,
Large (
scientific paper presented the coming year. honor society, will role as advisorybrother 2UC, was elected,last Thurs-
before that society.In The new members which hold Its annual.banquet to- to the executive council day as Graham Are Council
his research, Dr. Ellis were Initiated at Its winter right at 6:45 p.m. in the Kaplan, of President for the 64-65
looked for a relationship bet- banquet are the following: Student Service Center. The ); Ralph Richie Lynn, term. P ,
,; ween allergic attacks such as Robert Lester, Samuel Ull- program will Include the Installation Historian Pledgemaster Mike; Weinstein, Campaigning for bringingnew t
i, asthma and hay fever and man, William Hunkaplller, of new officers, Corresponding; Scribe, and ideas to the Coed area, I
Infections of the respiratory Michael Kl Ing man, Helen announcement of faculty and Steve Marcus Sentinel.Physics Diamond won the first pop
system. He conducted .the King, James Maley, Randy student research awards anda ular election for president ,.
first controlled study of thee Blessing, Dorothy Howse, talk by chapter president' held In Graham area. For- ,
effects of antibiotics on William Bar field, Ronald Pr. Arthur B. Otis on "The There will be a meetingof merly elections were by area '
asthma. Warren, Charles Bates. Air We Breathe." the Student Section of the Council Representatives.imHmmgmmfKsasiix :
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I Capitol March'Big Flop' QuakesContinued Religious-. Strife I

( From Page 1)) (Continued From Page 1)) tinent ever since Arabs invaded the
area with their Moslem religion
The Tallahassee march Fridaywas through a Negro neighborhood.About Crescent City was estimated at relic a hair from the beard of the 8th Century.
a big flop, according to Dana half a dozen white people $26 million. the Prophet Mohammed was
Swann, co-chairman of the Direct marched. Swann said many of the Three children swept from a stolen from a shrine In Srinagar, Marks of the Invaders are still!
Actions Committee of the local Gainesville group "felt the march beach at Depoe Bay, Ore., were capital of Kashmir.But visible on thousands of Hindu
NAACP Youth Council. Itself had been betrayed." He said missing and presumed dead. Another the bad blood between In- temples where sacred Images exhibit -
Major reason for the failure was the march was "very Ineffectual." child on the beach was drown- dia's Hindu majority and Moslem smashed and mutilated facesas
cancellation of the route to Includethe Included In the groups who with- ed.At minority dates back more than evidence of Moslem hatred toward -
capitol, according to Dr. Mar- drew support of the march beforeit least 10 new shocks, five of 1,200 years and the latest massa- idols.
shall B. Jones, former faculty advisor started were the Gainesville them severe enough to be classified cres are but the latest chapter Ina More than 100,000 Christiansand
to the Student Group for NAACP, the Florida Civil Liberty as quakes in themselves Jolt- long history of bloodletting among Hindus have fled East Pa-
Equal Rights (SGER). Union, the Miami NAACP, partof ed the 49th state during the night members of the two religions. kistan in recent weeks. Several
About 1,500 people marched a. the Tallahassee group who had and the Coast Guard warned of Hindus and Moslems have been thousand Moslems have fled India
short distance through a Negro helped with arrangements, and the possible new waves.Nevertheless fighting each other on the subcon- In the same period.
area to a segregated baseball field Florida A & M students.A Alaskan churches
where half the marchers walkedoff statewide meeting to plan the held Easter services as scheduled.
In disgust when they were told march was held In Tampa March Shattered communications pre-
the march wouldn't Include the 17. Jones, who was the Gaines- vented an accurate estimate of the

capitol. ville area's only representative, casualties and damage, but officials H1i
Robert Saunders, field secretary said the NAACP church( work com- in a preliminary survey said
of NAACP who made the announcement mittee was largely in charge of damage was $850 million or more.
gave no reason for the original plans. This group drewon Emergency shelters were set up
the decision to call off the capitol the support of the Congress of under the major disaster aid pro-
party. Governor Farris Bryant had Racial Equality (CORE) Including gram ordered by President John-
previously agreed to the route. Father David Brooks, chairman of
son.Residents
The agreement stated that 300 the local arrangements committee, were bombarded with _
marchers would be allowed to and the Reverend C.K. Steele, warnings to get typhoid shots to RF
approach the capitol. chiarman of the statewide com- prevent any epidemic stemmingfrom
The Gainesville group of 70, mittee which never materialized. distupted water source and
including almost all the whites shattered sewage lines. Water
scheduled to participate and about purification tablets were being
25 UF students heard the route Arrests MadeAt rushed In.lIospltals.

cancellation at one a.m. Friday, In Anchorage were FL9 i
the day of the march, said Jones. besieged with hundreds of offers (
Between 5,000 and 10,000 were DaytonaDAYTONA of help from doctors and nursesIn

to be Included in the march, according other states, but declared they
to Jones, but many of these BEACH, Fla. (UPI) had enough medical personnel on
pulled out when they heard of the More than 100 young people, hand.
route cancellation. most of them college students

Banners saying, "equal job op- here for an annual Easter vaca- M.
portunities" were carried by a tion, were arrested in a series of Kiser's
predominantly Negro group disturbances on a two-mile strip ,'
yesterday.

Albert Thursdy Volusla said County the arrests Sheriff were Rodney on OFFICE EQUIPMENT THIS DECISION IS SIMPLE !

charges of disturbing the peace, 604 N. Main -6treet
failure to obey police, intoxica- The question is not whether you need a personal

Not ThereDocumentary tion and possession of beer by checking account but which one is best for you:
minors.He .
said the average bond was PLAN NOW! A no-minimum-balance
proof that the alligator $35 and those arrested would haveto
.
discovered chained to the stay in jail over-night unless tIThe
FSU flagpole last week was not they make bond because there is
UF's missing mascot Albert Is no court Sunday. Perfect Graduation
winging its way here via the U.s. Thursdy described the distur- Present personal f/ checking account-ora
:
bance few Incidentsbut
as "quite a
The Postal Department's nothing like a riot." A new OLYMPIAworldfamous REGULAR CHECKING ACCOUNT?

entrance into the case was the Thursdy said he sent 15-20 Portable
latest step In a lengthening chainof county police to the scene and Type The difference is simply: Savings. A Thrifti-Check

dramatic events which have oc-. city police also were there. writer. On easy terms, account will cost little if you need but a few checksper
cured since the 4-5 foot Albe "It started when the kids startedto too. The next best grad- If
month and amounts for deposit are small.
was abducted Thursday night. gang up," he said. "We can't
UF Campus Police Chief AudieL. allow that." uation present? A used your personal finances are more active and involve

Shuler told The Alligator (no There was a report the disturbance standard typewriter; more checks and more dollars, Regular checkingmay

relation) yesterday that the FSU started when a group of about 75 from which to be more economical for you.
campus police were forwarding a students were tossing some girls
of the found into the air blankets make your choice. Call
photograph amphibian on at the Let us help you decide. We have both.
there, a photo which may show beach. FR 2-9607 for details.Riser's .
he could not possibly have been Police converged on the sceneIn
CITIZENS
Albert. squad cars and on motorcyclesand
The FSU 'gator was reportedlyseven urged the beaches cleared Im-
BANK. FLORIDA
feet long. At that length, mediately.The GAINESVILLE.
even though the words "Go to hell, disturbances began about 2
F<:U" were painted on his side, p.m. and lasted for about two anda 110 E. Univ. Ave. FR 6-2672

he could not have been Albert. half hours. Membec-EDir -IPage



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Monday,March 30, 1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3
'NEVER AGAIN' 1




Student Learns .

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Effects Of DexEditor's ta





( Note: This is the third part in a series of four articles on

tlm Illegal use of dexedrlne on campus.)


By FRED LANE



"I'll never touch dex again," commented a UF student as he told of

his collapse during finals after four straight days on dexedrin"I .

just had too much work to do, but my dex cure sure didn't work
In the long run," reflected the junior who prefers to remain anonymov S

"I never made it to that last test," he noted. I
Hospitalization for over a week turned out to be the result of this '

student's bout with the amphetamine compound. Uncontrolable shaking i.NEW i.
extreme jitters and nervousness were the danger signals just before
two friends had to rush him to medical attention."I .

could almost hear my heart pounding, and I knew I should have

stopped--but I only had one test to go," continued the student, now more; :
aware of the "kick" to dex.

He added, "They told me it could have been a lot worse..I'm lucky
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in that sense, I guess."
IFC OFFICERS
Emphasizing the threat that amphetamines pose to a person's healt,

Dr. Samuel Wright, director of the Student Health Service, pointed out, installed recently are left to right seated: Doug lynn DID, administrative vice
"The student whose body is artificially stimulated does not recognize:
Edwin Thrasher SPhi E executive vice president. Standing: James Hau-
fatigue, hunger or Illness as well as the need for sleep." president; ,
The possibility of collapse and permanent damage exists because ser. PLPhi secretary; Barry Benedict PKPhi president, and Tom Backmeyer, PhiGD,
and stimulate the central nervoi
amphetamines unnaturally suddenly
treasurer. ____
system and increase the metabolic rate. _


'Really Shaken Up' Construction Kick-Off On



Even a person's first contact with the drug, stated Dr. Wright, can
produce palpitation of" the heart plus intense nervousness, and you can Florida Union Slated Soon

be "really shaken up.
Although the Infirmary refused to permit a look at the cases they
Construction of the new Florida taken Feb. 1, and ranged from Co. were among those bidding for
that of UF students -
hospitalization
reliable
have handled, sources report
about $4,286,000 to $4,500,000. Five the Job.
Union will probably begin
each trimester includin
from amphetamines takes place ,
resulting
for bidding are 1)
Coble Construction Procedures :
H. L.
20 companies
,
1 and take approximately
May
Center this trimester.The ,
a UF coed in the J. Hillis Miller Health contact two and run
Allen M. Campbell, newspapers
to co.,
months to complete, according
Illustrated the freshman who too
is by
effect of amphetamines
This Is required by Florida
William A. ads.
& Street
Neil Webb zone architect for Thompson ,
D. ,
the arrival of the
final. With
for C course
dexedrlne In preparation a
Call Dodge Reporting
the Board of Control. Berbuwse Jr. Inc. and Pan American law. 2)
big moment, Steve proceeded to start the examination. Engineering and Construction Service and Builder's Exchanges.
Feeling a bit tired about half through the test, Steve put his head Bids for the new union were These are informational services

down on the desk for a moments rest..only to be awaken by "It's time which contact contractors and

to turn in your exam." Furniture Money For builders and notify them as to which
to the of the student next to him taking
He had not responded prodding Jobs are open, closed or are being
the final--who had finally given up trying to wake Steve in order to planned for.

complete his own exam. New FU Needed The cabinet, which is composedof
Another freshman, Barbara, depended on dex to keep up for four day the Governor,Secretary of State,

at a time. Because of the amphetamine's influence, she neede "Whether we get new furniture the new union is built," said William Treasurer, Attorney General,

tranquilizers to get to sleep after her tests. for the new Florida Union or use E. Rion, Florida Union dl Comptroller, Superintendent of
One night, after more than 30 hours without sleep, she took the the furniture we have, will depenc rector. Public Construction and Commis-
fell into bed after locking the door to her room
and
necessary sedatives on the amount of money left after sioner of Agriculture, and the
Minutes later the fire alarm shrill sounded through the dormitory The money comes from a statewide Board of Control, which is made
Several friends tried to wake Barbara by pounding on her door and revenue certificate Issue tor up of laymen appointed by the

yelling. Unable to awaken her, they tried to force the door, but it held Leakey Talks higher education and is to be used Governor and has the duty of Jur-
Barbara never heard the bell. Fortunately, the alarm was only :a for three projects: a nuclear isdiction of the state university

drill, and not the real thing. science building, an Architectureand system, appropriated $5,000,000in
These stories are campus-wide and common. Even the sudden Influx Fine Arts Building and the a bond Issue to be used for the
WeekDr.
of "bennies" (benzedrine) during last December's finals is fairly; This new union. entire building, furnishing and in-

well-known. surancing of the new Union.
Louis L. B. Leakey, internationally "We believe the cost of furnishing Webb said about $4,442,000 will
will be about
known the new Union
explorer-an-
be used for construction alone.
Illegal For DrivingIn "
thropologist, and Dr.Moses Hadas, $500,000, Rion said. The Board of Control also has

renowned Greek scholar, take the Rlon said if there wasn't enough an architectural department which
addition to all-night studying, another common illegal use ol rostrum for public lectures at the money, some of the old furniture handles the construction programs

amphetamines is for driving, especially long distances. Recent reports UF this week. may be used, preferable in the and acts as an advisory group to
stress the propensity for accidents by drivers under the Influenceof Dr. Leakey's talks on prehistoric offices and conference rooms,with) the Board. It explains the pro-

these drugs. man are scheduled for todayin whatever new furniture purchased blems and difficulties of construc-
The widespread use of anphetamines is detrimental because of: the Florida Union Auditoriumat being used In the public areas like tion to the laymen that composethe
--the tendency toward habit formationthe 3 p.m. and the University Auditorium lounges.The Board.

-- almost certain rise in blood pressurethe at 8 p.m. Tomorrow he The architecture department is
-- effect that under some circumstances not understood, it may will speak in McCarty Auditoriumat present furniture in the composed of a head architect,
produce dangerous circulatory collapse--points out the 25th edition of 8:40 a.m. and In the J. HIl- Florida Union ranges from six Forrest M. Kelley, an engineer;

The Dispensatory of the United States of America. lis Miller Health Center at 12:30 months to 29 years in age. and three zone architects. The

Viewing the prevalence of amphetamine addiction in this country, p.m.Dr. If possible the present furni- zone architects are: Chester
be learned from the examples of England and Leakey's discovery of a pre-
important lessons can ture may be traded in for some Craft, of Tallahassee, in chargeof
Japan, where it is more acute. historic man in East Africa in 1959 new furniture. An auction would Florida ,State University and
introduced to amphetamines as a stimulant during the set back the dates of man's exist- an
Having been be unlikely because It is difficult Florida A&M Fred Clayton,
World War n effort, there were at least two hundred thousand ampheta- ence on earth to almost two mill- to auction off state furniture because engineer in Tampa, In charge of
mine addicts in Japan in 1954 when the government was forced to place Ion years and established Africaas of the red tape Involved.It the University of South Floridaand
strict limitations on its manufacturing and distribution. the cradle of civilization. Florida Atlantic Universities;
Many Japanese were used to amphetamines Intravenously. Taken Dr. Hadas, an authority on is hard to say what furni- and Webb, in charge of the UF and
this way, evidence indicates that these drugs can cause chronic psychosis classical antiquity, will deliver the ture will be used in the new union. the Florida School for the Deaf

as well as organic brain damage. annual Phi Beta Kappa lecture because It won't be ready for two and Blind.
with amphetamines should confirmour at 8:15 in the Phys- We haven't thought of
"The experience of the Japane: Friday, p.m. years. The new Florida Union will be
own warnings and concern a-garding these drugs," writes Dr. ics Building Auditorium. His talk, furniture because we want to get located south of the nuclear build- I

Frederick Lemere, of Seattle, in a recent copy of the Journal of the "Humanism -- The Ancient Ideal "four walls" up. We haven't even ing near the old Flavet I. i iIt
"
American Medical Association. Its Modern Survivals," follows the got our interior designers yet, will be composed of a six- r:

"They (amphetamines) can be markedly habit forming and may produce initiation of 36 new member into he said. story main building, a theatre anda y

permanent psychosis," stressed Dr. Lemere, upon returning from a the honorary scholastic fraternity.Dr. After Its evacuation the present two-story colonade connecting

medical meeting in Japan.Dr. Hadas is Jay Professor of union is slated for use by the Col- the main building with the theatre.
naive US medical world: "In the last few Greek at Columbia University and of the Florida
.- Lemere warned a still lege of Arts and Sciences for class- The top two floors
addicts in the United has written more than 35 volumeson
years there has been an Increase in amphetamine rooms and offices. Union will contain rooms where M
without this (Japan the Intellectual and religious
States. No doctor should prescribe amphetamines visiting dignitaries can stay.
amphetamines should never be pre- movements of the Hellenistic Age. Any left over furniture will be
example) in mind, and injectable The Union will contain 251,000sq.
to the assigned to faculty and conference
Both lectures are open
scribed for self-administration. ft.
TOMORROW: THE CAMPUS PICTURE. public. rooms.



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the eastern Mediterranean isle of Pursuing Its policy of decoloni-

In The Wake Of The Sun United FREDERICK Press International BARRY tones.Cyprus with its East-West over- during zation, the the British past two government years has

29 March 1964. VALLETTA, MaltaUPIBri- "We don't want it to happen called the political leaders of Malta
The world, turning beneath the sun, lifts successively each of its tain has promised Malta Indepen- here" appears to be the prevailing to repeated conferences in Londonto
continents to face the morning light. Man has strung his imaginarylines dence by May 31 but most Maltese opinion oft Malta, where a popu- discuss constitutional steps
across the arth, and as a particular one of these Is lifted pasta don't seem to want it -- partly lation of 330,000 lives on the twin leading to independence. There
certain he declares that another of Malta and Gozo some 60 have been two such meetings already
point notched In space, solemnly day through fear their island country islands -
has begun. And until the spinning globe, having traversed completelyIts may become a Cuba In the Medi miles south of Sicily. this year, and almost con
axis, returns the line to Its point of departure, there Is a unique- terranean.The Under the umbrella of British tinuous talks can be anticipatedwith
ness given the period that distinguishes it from all other points in Maltese were alarmed by the colonial rule for the past 160 years, the May 31 target date ap-
history.The revolution in Zanzibar In January the Maltese have been able to enjoy proaching.The .
period Is made immortal by the events that mark Its passage, that brought aCommunlst--trained the luxury of political argument nearer Independence has
and man recognizes its individuality by marking off a number from revolutionary government to knowing that the final decisions for come the louder has grown the
a twelve leafed tablet. power. Nearer to home they their welfare would be taken by political bickering between party
Such a number was 29 March 1964. have been watching the struggle the colonial office In London. leaders on the form of constitu-
As the sunrise rippled around the earth it broke the grip of darkness tion Malta should have and who
from land after land, people after people.In should "rule the island.
the chill marshes of Viet Nam the stillness is strung with beadsof The main division In Maltese
fear, strained by the sounds of running feet and finally shattered Evolution Of Sexual Aestheticism politics Is between left and right
Irreparably by whirling blades and the protesting roar of engines. wings.Dr. .
Across restless jungles, and quiet rice paddies the day breaks Borg Olivier, the prime
vibrant and alive; solemn and still. EDITOR: ference for two reasons. First, minister, leads the right wing
The ocean, restless and soft heaving; strained with passion; obscuredIn man has the physical capability of Nationalist party with 25 of the
fog; and shimmering mirror like, passes beneath the strideof This letter is written in consideration differentiating himself from the 50 seats in parliament. He wants
morning.In of a letter by Mr. Jahnl- other animals, for only with man early independence and has pro-
a small town In Florida, gatherings of people drift silently towardan gen concerning the articles by Dr. can the lovers face each otherin duced a draft of a constitution he
annual rendezvous. The small bridge Is strung over waters that Bertocci's "oldpuritantype"'archaic" sexual union, and secondly, no wants accepted.On .
open vast and Gulf like In the West, swirling and tree rimmed in the views didn't fulfill the other animal has the psychic capa- Malta's future he has said,
East. The West* reflects the silver circled pattern that is the moon, liberals' hope for"some new Ideason city to feel and express concern "We envisage Malta as a monarchy -
while the East begins the deepening blush that ushers in the daily this subject.. I admit that Dr. and love, sincere and lasting devotion within the family of nations
ritual of pastoral sunrise. Red-bottomed skiffs blend into their reflections Bertocci's views weren't, to say for another. Consequently, which is the Commonwealth."
; the rich verdant leaves of Spring sway softly from above and the least, original. But, does this there is no reason for them to The chief opposition leader Is
below, as still water give the morning a duality of presence; and the necessarily make them invalid? face another. And so there is pos- Dom Mintoff, leader of the Malta
only disturbance to the ceremony comes from chattering feathered sible another distinction between Labor party with 16 parliamentaryseats.
figures perched on wires and branches.The As for new Ideas, I BELIEVEMr. humanism and animalism. Because .
prayers and songs having been offered, the groups of people Jahnlgen will be hoping for a It Is known to have this Mintoff also wants Independencenow
begin to disperse, with the shirt sleeved Individuals commenting on long time. The ,view that sexual meaning In some cases, one wouldbe but no decision about Malta
the beauty and comfort of the morning.In Intercourse should take place onlyIn setting his definitive limits way remaining in the commonwealth until -
Alaska the numb coldness of despair Is reflected in a dawn that marriage is very old, to be short if he denied this more won- after independence has been
has yet to hear of Spring. Its arrival marks the end of a night spentIn sure. But the view that sexual drous significance. But people are granted. He also wants a general
fear, and the remembrance of terror. Its arrival fills the longing relations without or outside of free to make of it what they wish, election before independence because -
of those whose hours of darkness have been shaken with the restless marriage Is alright and desirableIs even in marriage. The best things he believes he and his party
trembling and upheaval of the earth beneath them. Its arrival marks even older. Surely our early in life aren't free. What you get would win.Mintoff.
the calling forth of a deeper, more tensile courage than that which faced ancestors weren't concerned with out of something depends on what preaches nonalignmentfor
the moving buildings and yawning chasms for now the quiet grisely marriage before intercourse and
; you put into It. And to really love, Malta in the cold war between
task of counting, administering and comforting must begin. reproduction. From then till the
that Is to be truly loving, one must East and West.
I'' These people also disperse in small groups; the Individuals grim present there have been men who be thoughtful, that Is full of thought The three minor splinter partiesare
and stoic, with the depth of their emotions expressed In their silence have maintained that neither the and to
concern for another. strongly opposed independence -
and slow steps. chosing of one and only one part-
The ideas I have presented are now and in this are supportedby
The morning, passes without pausing on its way to the line which ner for life nor marriage adheringto not new and I am quite sure that the bulk of public opinion in
marks a new beginning; and an end to the joy, tears, hope and despairthat these conditions were tenable any Ideas which might be broughtup Malta today. They claim Maltais
have been the morning of 29 March 1964. positions. I feel quite sure that In opposition would not be new not economically able to exist
Easter Morning. every argument in favor of "free most fear
either.
In cases a person Independently but chiefly they
W.C.N. love" that has ever been main- will do what he wants regardlessof Mintoff in power In an IndependentMalta
tained was put forth a long time all the ideas and arguments would take the Island into

Beware The Ides Of AprilThe ago. accountable. Reason all too rarely the Communist camp in an attemptto
In the beginning there was pro- dictates human action. Rather it play the role of a Mediterranean -
is more often human action which Castro.At .
Easter weekend officially tolled the knell of the trimester's bably very little, if any psychic
dictates the reasoning to be main- the of December,
attached to sexual In- beginning
twilight time diversion. It ever existed. During the old semester significance
tained. Indeed with this In mindit after fruitless conference in
system there used to be a several week period between mid-terms and tercourse. (The wheel hadn't been a
finals whose casualness gave it an Indian Summer atmosphere.With Invented yet either.) He felt no seems the only new ideas a London, British Colonial Secre-
the trimester it has become nothing more than a cadence count different about It than a dog, cat, person will express a desire for tary Duncan Sandys told the five
change from the quick time of progs to the rout step of finals.So pit, mouse, bird, or bee does. And would be those that would tend leaders to go home and hold a
i whether you are a Freshman approaching the first hurdle In the from what I know about people I'd to support the action he favoredand referendum, on independence so
obstacle course, or a Senior plunging towards the final tape, heed the say most people are no different in that case the expressionof that the people of Malta could
voice of your Phd. drill Sergeants, and shift into high gear. today. Yet surely Intercourse can such a desire would be recognition decide for themselves.But '
This is one type of combat where the Purple Heart Isn't given for be and often Is, for many have of uncertainty about the posi- Prime Minister Olivier refused -
i maintained this the basis of tion maintained, a lack of reason to hold a referendum. It
i those who fall in the fray, but for those who come staggering bleary on
eyed out of finals clutching the tattered edges of a bludgeoned person- personal experience,the culminating for the action taken. And also, was generally believed that the
ality. expression on the physical levelof one certainly doesn't enter into result would show a large majority
a deep and meaningful lasting sexual relations for the purposeof opposed to Independence, a result
W. C. N. pleasure. Man can enjoy this dlf- establishing empirical evi- that presumable would for c aOli-
dence to assert the validity of his vier to resign.
position. If he does he is very Although the majority of the,people
foolish and it will gain him littleIn support Olivier's domestic
his search for truth. policies they do not support his
A A'YYYYVY David Smathers demands for Independence.

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WEISBADEN, Germany (UPI) -- Two U. S. Air plane crossed into East Germany by accident," an
Force fliers shot down by the Soviets and releasec I official spokesman at U. S. Air Force European

after 17 days confinement supported the Americai I Headquarters here reported.

position that their plane strayed into East German After they released Capts. David I. Holland, 35,

accidentally, the U. S. Air Force said yesterday, of Holland, Minn., and Melvin Kessler, 30, of Philadelphia -
"Questioning of the two officers revealed nothing: last Friday, the Soviets again charged their

that would change what we said all along, that the i RB66 reconnaissance bomber was on a spy mission

when they shot it down March 10.
A'tL
CINEMA: The U. S. government strongly ;
denied the charge.
The Air Force spokesman said Frank Lentz Rogers Bartley

'Dr. Strangelove'Is Holland, Kessler and 1st Lt.Harold

W. Welch, 24, of Detroit, the third
.
man aboard the Ill-fated plane who There's big news about Living Insurance from Equitable.A

was released earlier with abrokenarm new series of policies tfiat give liberalized benefits and new

'Revelation'By and leg, would continue to be benefits unique with Equitable. There's even"a ncfc look to

questioned.All all Equitable policies, making them easier to read and

tionable part of a woman's ana three were still at the base understand. So if you've been planning to buy

DON FEDERMANNow tomy) Muff Ie y; Premeir Klsoi hospital following their where release.Benedict they were. taken insurance, now's the time to do it. Call The
(Kiss-of0, Bat "Guano"GeneraLsJack
Look ahead with-
Man from Equitable.
at the State is Stanley Ku Ripper and Turgidson, the
brick's "Dr. Strangelove," a Russian target of La PudaSpanishfor ) UViNG INSURANCE..FROM EQUITABLE
whore) and finally the Nazi New ..
comedy so frighteningly real thatIf ; 11\\\
it weren't for the fact that we scientists, Strangelove.

laughed at this picture, we would Related to this sexual factor is

have already gone insane with fear. the Idea of mistrust. Just as IFC PrexyBarry FranK Lentz & Rogers Bartley
What Kubrick has done In the sex "threatens" General Ripper,
space of 93 minutes is nothing so the abstract concepts of com- 236' S.W. 4th Ave. FR 2-1210

short of incredible. He has com- munism and Imperialism threatenthe A. Benedict, 3EG, ol
satire with and In respective sides with the most
bined suspense, Deland, is the new president of
Oscar Wilde fashion, has also senseless fears. And as the movie the UF Inter-Fraternity Council

helped create a script in which shows, these fears lead to (IFC).
every line Is a revelation about unbreachable impasses where

the Insane abstractions which are Americans are seen to fire upon Benedict, married and a mem-

presently perpetuating the "Cold Americans. ber of Phi Kappa Tau fraternity,
War." Finally, there is the idea of war has previously served as IFC Dis-

But more than a movie about being all right. The idea of who trict Representative and Trea-

ideas, it is about the minds behindthe cares about the other guy if I can surer. A Engineering major,
ideas. Kubrick doesn't content live is culminated by a comically, he is a member of Phi Eta Sigma
himself to just presenting such gruesome ending of hydrogen explosions scholastic fraternity and has beenon

facts as the monstrous overkill and atender tune entitled, the Dean's List.

figures of our weapons or the ease "Love That Bomb."
of starting a war -- he is far Just before this ending, there is Recipient of a Ring Power Cor-
most suspenseful scene where academic scholarship,
more aware and interested in the a. poration
reasons for these realities. the lone SAC bomber closes in Benedict is past Secretary Social 1. I've decided on the kind of Job 2. I hadn't thought of thoseI
Continual stress Is given to the on its target. As the certaintyof Affairs on Student Government want when I graduate. specifically.What I had in i
nuclear immolation becomes Cabinet. mind was a job where ive
repressment of sexuality and its thin
1 tl
Knowing you guess n lot of assistants. I
relationship to the patriotic notionsof more evident, we sense a helplessness it to he something modest you that would 1x3 nice. I
the fanatical right, in fact it's we cannot rid ourselves of Also elected by the IFC, the like. Secretary of State
relationship to the cause of war __ Kubrick's brilliance was never governing body of UF fraternities, or President of GK. Wry nice. Maybe they
itself. There is the psychotic more evident than here.A was Douglas Lynn, Delta Tau could start you off nt
general's speech about how he big asset to Kubrick is the Delta, Administrative Vice Presi- a hundred<< grand a year.

avoids sexual consummation in magnificent cast headed by Peter dent; Elwin Thrasher, Sigma Phi

order to maintain his purity and Sellers ( playing three entirely Epsilon, Executive Vice President;
how the Communists and their different roles ) and George Scott. Tom Backmeyer, Phi Gamma .

sinister fluoridation plot (among With this movie, Kubrick joins Delta, Treasurer; andJimllauser,
other things) are destroying the the ranks of great film makers. Pi Lambda Phi, Secretary.IFC .

purity of America. War, thus, Finer and more significant than chairmanships
"Strangelove" is committee }
"Tom Jones, lee
is purifying. r
it is the are expected to be announced this
more than a movie --
Note the characters' names --
Merkin (which means an unmen- apocalypse. week.



HC Makes Procedure ChangesHonor


8b) The jury trial shall be
Court have owner or legal possessor.
proceedings
limited to those matters which :). Well, I did run mi extremely 4. You, think muyta I should lowerlIt'l'I.ootlll
taken on a slightly new twist, according Delete former Rule 3f) and
are brought out in this pre-trial Nldwl-u.Plt.U. sole, my sights n little.
to recently adopted change to read: conference, including the subject
changes and additions. 3f) Knowingly negotiating a matter of the testimony of the wit- Don't forget t to demand I'm afraid to tell you
These rules are adopted In com- worthless check or checks of your nesses; all other matters will be plenty of stock options. what I think.!

pliance with Article IV, section own or another with knowledge of excluded except for showing of
408 subsection 4 of the Univer- thereof is steal-
the worthlessness good cause as to why they were
sity of Florida Student Body Con- not disclosed at said conference.The -L
stitution. They are effective as oi ing.Delete former Rule 6 and changeto defendant must be present at ,

one week from the date of this read: the pre-trial conference, unless I
publication. All previous rules of 6. The Vice Chancellors shall such presence is waived in writingby

procedure in conflict herewith, are be elected each trimester by the his counsel.

VOID. Justices from among themselvesat
Delete former Rule 2b) and the first regular meeting each Addition to Rule 8.
vote of the juryto
The
8d) 4.
change to read Chancellorsshall
: trimester. The Vice
must be
convict
2b) The offense of cheating is serve for a term of one acquit or to
If the jury is unableto
unanimous. s
defined as: the rendering or taking trimester.
(1) verdict the Chan-
of any Information with the Intentof agree upon a Saa*.
wrongfully aiding yourself or Delete former Rule 7c) and cellor may, in his discretion, after
change to read: allowing a reasonable periodof I
another in final exami-
any quiz, accused shall at all the declare -
nation other 7c) The deliberation by Jury,
academic paper, or :.-
item of like or similar nature whichis times have the right to a fair a mistrial. The vote of the 5. I'll In- filing to settle for 0. Von really have a way of
considered in any way in the and speedy trial. Provided that Jury shall be by secret ballot. Attar a \c-presidenty. seeing through a problem.
General must file rendition of the verdict, either
Attorney
the
determination of the final grade or
Look don't Rooming with has
with forty-five (45) -why you !sec you
which the believes to be an information side may poll the jury. lot. '
defendant for
the time of if \on can riualify one taught me a ,
so considered. school days from Honor Delete former Rule 9a) and oi'E'juitabfe'executive>> .. t. ,
violation of the '
of '
a
Delete former Rule 2c) ai/; < notice student or change to read: training; programs. is
'
Code by a particular The work It .
change to read: 9a) Wherever applicable, the interesting t .'"*
2(0 Cheating is the intent- students, or within forty-five (45) Florida Laws of Evidence shall be the pay'I'l good.And ., -1ft p, ,..
the
from the time of if hare the "
ional misrepresentation of a ma- school days you prove}ou '
invoked.
receipt of Information of a vio- ab'ihty, von may \"ery twell <
terial it
fact for advantage 13. Appellate "
personal information being suf- Addition to Rule end with a title :'.
while lation, such up ,.. : r. .
acting student providedthat %
as a ; Procedure '
ficient to enable the Attorney Gen and u couple of assistants. x. ,- ,..
such misrepresentation relates investigation. 13. All Honor Court convictions r I.
conduct an
to the act of cheating as School eral to is not to be considered in may be appealed only by written For information about career opportunities at Equitable, tee your

defined by Rule 2b). session during official final examination notification to the Faculty Dis- Placement Officer,or write to William E.Blevini,Employment Manager.
Delete former Rule 3e) and School days are cipline Committee and the Chan-

change to read: periods.lo which regular classesare cellor of the Honor Court within The EQUITABLE Life Assurance Society of the United Stales

3e) Stealing...: as disposingof those in days session, including Saturdays forty-eight (48) hours, exclusiveof Home Office 1285 Avenue of the America,New York,N.Y.1001911364
property of another or offering Sundays. weekends, of the Imposition of
of of another for and excluding ,
property sentence.
to Rule 8b).
Addition
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If interested call FR 6-3679. (A- NEW AIR UF Choir will present the chell, Robert P. Nelson, Jr., Her-

127-4t-c). ed apts. Sprite. Excellent mechanical- product of six month's planningand bert 0. Norgorden, Joseph J. Nu-
balcony. practice when it performs for taro, John K. Powell, Mark I.
Chassis clean, tonneau cover,
ing room on the opening ceremonies of the Rosenberg, Robert Roth,Donald R.
windows and good top. Clean
HEELS put on in S minutes ful full size World's Fair in New York Cityon Songer, Harvey M. Stein, WayneL.

SOLES put on in ISTmmuttsMODERN"SHQE machines in reasonable price. Call Wisser April 22. Thomas, Thomas E. Triplett,
Ext. 5629 after 5 and
TO p.m. A "trial run" of the World's Jr., Wayne E. Tutt, Michael M.
weekends 2-6295. (G-113-tf-c).
Fair concert will be for UF
manager given von Chaimer, William H. Wack.

REPAIR SHOP Apts. 402 N. 1956. 2-door, radio, stan- students and faculty tomorrow at
across from 1st notional bonkDr. 8:15 in the University Auditorium.The .
3357. ( shift. 6 cyclinder. Good con Thomas R. Waddell, John

Phone 6-1582. Anytime choir was invited to represent Charles Winn, Michael Guy Win-

11HRU Large, Flavet III apt. 248-U. From the state of Florida at the slow, William S. Witt, Harold W.
WE World's Fair last s u m m e r according -
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room. p.m. p.m. ( Young, Jr., Richard N. Merkin,
to choir director Dr. Wl-
APR I ranged for 2 Pablo O. Perez-zamoraSteve Levine -
wood Keister.
en and other Mercedes 180-$1100. 1959 Bill Sadowski, Frank Alma-

(B-104-tf-c). 4 door-$425. Both in The World's Fair appearance guer, William G. Barker, Thomas.E. .
condition. 376-0863. (G- will climax the choir's spring tour, Bayston Jr., Warren L. Bert-
which Includes at
). performances ner, Robert C. Blue, Jr., NormanN.
Charleston, S.C. Richmond, Va.,
Grey VW sedan. Good con- ; Brooks, Bruce L. Caldwell.
and the Navel Academy at Anna-
/ Heater, seatbelts, radio,
Md.
passenger reclining seat.$900 polis, Stanley N. Carden, James A.
2100 N..IArw. The choir will also make several
reasonable offer. Before noon Chupka, William M. CornetterJr.,
NOW2 after 6:30 call H. L. Sauers television appearances and per- Gary S. Corseri, John M. Cum-
form at the Florida Showcase In
First 6-3211 Ext. 5577. (G-123-2t-p). mins, Guy S. Emerich, Michael F.
downtown New York.
Gable, Jeffrey B. Fuqua, David A.
Included in the will be
7:00: program Goldstein, Erwin F. Grau II, Her-
Bach's motet, "Jesu Priceless
man F. Green, Barry Grosskopf,
Treasure" "Jubilate"by Bernard
shows ; Fred J. Hellinger, Lynn J. Hin-

"THE Lewkovltch; "Evening" by ton, Henry B. Hinton Jr., NorrisW.
Brahms "Little Bird LittleBird"
WALT DISNEY ; Hoffman, Louis R. Jaeger.
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at 9:00 rhythmic spiritual called"Great Grady E. Johnson Jr., TimothyA.

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of days.
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student activities, Stanleysaidmarried earlier hours.Swimming .
this
UF pools summer.
Club Pool, students and their instructions will be
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students and faculty
year, will be open to both studentsand under the age of 15) may use the children of
faculty, said Dean Dennis K. pool for a fee of $10.00 per month.In members.
the past all children 15 and "We are trying to reserve the
Stanley, of the College of Physical "
and the of a married club pool for families, Stanley
Education and Health. over spouse
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still
size, Stanley said, the Physical for a $3.00 fee. This will concerning the Faculty
Education department wants to be in effect this summer.
released,
keep it "family affair." The Florida Pool will be open Club Pool haven't been
should be out within the
UF's four man represen- Swimming against the best "The pool is a tiny little pool," for recreational swimming to students but they
tation to the annual National Col- swimming teams in the nation the he stated, and therefore Is not and their families this sum- next 10 days.
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swimming meet came back to fare well In the weekend competi- the university at large." over the selection of the All-Campus teams of the various intramural
Gainesville this weekend after tion. 'Married students are perfectly sports. The sports section bas nothing to do with the picking of these I
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During the "Golden Era" of Florida football, you and I gentle Y 1
readers were still wrapped In swaddling clothes. il.

"What --- there was actually a period when UF had a nationally
feared team?" you might ask. & 1
Well. .not quite. ,
*
The Golden Era -- It sounds Impressive doesn't it?
Actually this is a nickname pinned on the men who played for the
1946 and '47 Gator football team. During one torrid stretch of this # *

great "ERROR" the Gators managed .- to somehow. lose 12 straight .,." ..--..-- __.. 'W _n_ "'A 1 >1IIo5.u r
games in a row consecutively, as Casey Stengel might say. ANDERSON PORTER ZABALAAnderson
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They Were Close
ByMARTIELURIE This set the stage for the dra- hurled eight innings,
I matic finish as Porter smashed a walked none and struck out 11
For some strange reason these men became so close they formeda Sports WriterA
two-strike drive over the head of In an outstanding pitching per-
club called the Golden Era Club (appropriately enough) which reunites
one out triple in the bottomof
the center fielder to end the game. formance.
most of its members each year. the ninth Inning by Dave Porter Yellow Jacket starter Jim
Recently they held a special meeting in honor of one of their best
pushed in two runs as the Flor- Robinson handcuffed the Gators Gator relief pitcher Adrian
known members, Jimmy Kynes, Attorney General of Florida. ida Gators defeated Georgia Tech for the first eight innings of the Zabala came on in the ninth inningto
I 2-1 in a thrilling, come-from- contest. retire the side in order and
Kynes, a great lulk of a man, behind, Southeastern ConferenceSEC was credited with the victory--his
played center for the ignominous afternoon at The young sophomore had per-
( ) game Friday first decision of the season.
teams of that time. He must have Perry Field. mitted only four hits, struck out
been a good one among a lot of Poner's game winning blow two and walked three until giving GATOR CHATTER. .Friday's
mediocres, for he made all South- came on the heels of an error by way to relief hurler Franklin Hall game was the first of a scheduledtwo
eastern Conference (SEC) at his Tech, a pop out, and anukesingle. in the ninth. game series, but the Saturday-
position. Bill Blomgren led off the Inning Gator pitcher Charlie Andersonwas game was postponed because of
with a sinking line drive to right equally strong in the hot pit- rain. .Both Gator pitchers,
Seing him now, one wonders how field which Tech right fielder John chers duel. Anderson and Zabala, hail from
this pleasent, always smiling man LaCapra couldn't handle. Tech pushed across an unearnedrun the same high school,Jacksonville
could have hurt anyone. Jimmy With one out Earl Montgomerythen in the second Inning on a Jackson. .The Florida pitch-
hasn't as yet developed that"automatic hit a roller down the third single by Dick Emerson, a sacri- ing staff In six home games has
please vote for me smile" base line which hit the base and fice, and a two base throwing now hurled 55 shutout Innings out
which so many politicians develop t;M1 ; bounced over the head of the charg- miscue by Gator third sacker of the 58 played. .This afternoon -
sooner or later. ing Yellow Jacket third baseman. Montgomery. at Perry Field at 3 p.m. the

One of his teammates, Doug
Belden, took time out from his
partying to talk about the glorious
Of Athletics
Gators of the late '40s. Secretary


Belden played quarterback for I

the Gators and one of the records JIMMY KYNEShe

StudentsBy
set was just broken this year. Belden completed 14 passes in one Represents
game. Tommy Shannon bombed the Auburn defense this year for 15
.' completions in a losing cause.
I asked Belden why their group was such a close knit one.
"We had to be close," replied Belden, "no one else on campus would JOE KOLLIN "Our main jobs consist of controlling Reichelle said the UF athletic,
talk to us." football seating through Independent program is excellent. "Florida
Sports Writer and fraternity seating received a commendation from the

Just Friends"This The newly created post of Sec- chairmen, serving as liaison between
retary'of Athletics is an attemptto SG and the Athletic Asso- SEC for the Intramural program'last
is no official organization," he continued, "we Just like to maintain better communication ciation, and representing SG in year."
keep in touch with one another. These are the kind of guys you can dropin between students, Student Govern- the use of athletic facilities," says
on any time and they will offer you a place to stay. We have no presi- ment (SG), and the Athletic Asso- Cal Reichelle, present Secretaryof The office is working on a number -'
dent and no official leaders. We just enjoy each others company." ciation. Athletics. of jobs to get the post or-
With that, Jimmy Kynes climbed up on a chair and started to makea ganized.

speech.Doug went back to his party and I went home and to bed with visions of Florida Finishes FourthTennessee "For one thing, we plan to give
a 12 game losing streak buzzing in my head. plaques to dorms which win sportsin
,the future.

Tym Leads Netters ; Bama "We also plan to put out the

Intramural schedule one week in
advance from instead of
now on
Records the present three days. We have
Over Notre Dame 6-3 Boy Set assigned a graduate student, Ron
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The luck of the Irish deserted Pedro Rossello, 6-4, 7-5. Florida fans were treated to almost five seconds off the old murals."
Notre 'Dame's tennis team just The only Gator to lose a singles some of the best track talent in record.In Riechelle
long enough for the Gators to pull match was Jerry Pfelffer. He lost the entire United States this week- the hlghschool events one said new award wouldbe
out a 6-3 victory over the fight- to Rubien Cordio, 6-4, 6-2. end as the 21st annual Florida record was broken and another made to the dorm winning most
ing Irish. Florida had two matches rained Relays provided thrills and all-campus championships. A cup
tied.Both would be awarded similar to the
of the first two finishersin
out last week. They were sche- records galore.
The UF was never in serious duled to have a match with Georgia Northeast Louisiana finished the mile run broke the old meet President's Cup.

trouble as they swept five of the Tech on Thursday, but inclement first In overall team totals with record. Mike Synyard of Mobile "We
,l six singles matches to salt away weather killed that one. The 50 points. Florida placed fourth Murphy High School set a new are attempting to get an
t; the standard in the mile as he was all-campus championship by pitt-
victory. scheduled match with Clemson on behind Northeast Louisiana, Ten-
the
dorm
* Bill Tym, the captain and num- Saturday met with the same fate. nessee, and Furman with 27 and timed In 4:18.9. Merrill Moore of ing champion" against the
ber one man of the team, contin- The Gators meet the Blue Devils three-quarters points Florida Gainesville High was clocked at fraternity champion.

' ued his winning ways as he defeated from Duke today at 1:30 p.m. on State finished four points behind 4:20.2. In order to Improve communi-
the Notre Dame's top player, the varsity tennis courts. the Gator track team in fifth place. John Morton of Miami Edison cations between dorms and the Intramural -
pole vaulted 13 feet six and one-
I department an athletic
The only first place finish for half inches to tie the old record
council will be established in each
Florida was in the javelin. Pete held by Larry Evans of Orlando
dorm. There would be
one
Skafte tossed the javelin 216 feet Boone. repre-
sentative from each dorm section.
11 and one-half Inches. One of the best track teams In
--CASH Tennessee's two mile relay team the nation, Florida A&M, was invited -
set a record in that event as they to the meet, but could not "From each dorm athletic council -
zipped over the course in the attend because they were having one representative will be sent
winning time of 7:35.6 clipping their own relays that same day. to an all-dorm executive council.
They would set up all campus dorm
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Florida L----IThe 63 KNOWN DEAD They Resurge After Qua kes AM I-IVIAGE. Alaska Il [I) -hampered by severe. hii dtfSriIotV% and the threat of tidal wives, Alaskans dug through ear thiiak.-riirid towns and cities yesterday inan Exster Sunday search bor the dead. Physrcxans and nurses labored to prevent pestilerme. State ofticials reported at least 62 known diead, many wp're singg and hundreds injured iin the m) ghty Goodi F rdav quake and the killer LI I K I I Alligator lv waves It hurledi ag aini't the coast. 22-degree temperatures, aiid whole 56 K en Kenned Hospitalized UF Student Body President Ken Kennedy was reported in "satisfactory" condition yesterday at the J1. HIllis Miller Health Center suffering from what doctors termed spontaneous penumothor ax. mKennedynt waadmitted to the terday, according to a hospital spokesman. Saturday night he reportedly complained of pains in his chest and went to the infIrmary. His condition w o rs ened andihe was transferred to the medical center. Dr. James [H. Melvin, who treated Kney in the emergency room said a chest tube was inserted but that Kennedy required no surIt was reported he w as alsosuffeting from a coblapsed lung. K ENNEDY A spokesman for the hospital said Kennedy's illness was due to a "general rundown condition.' He also added that barring complications, the 29-year old school senior should be released in four or five days. Steve F reed m an, 4El), Kennedy's administrative assistant, said SG Vice-President Dick Gober 'lAS will take over all official functions of t he president and Freedman will handle all administration details. Kennedy was reported in good spirits last night. He sat up and ate a good supper. Visiting Thoui', 1d(1 were homnelesinI the owns were evdtuatedi. Crescent City, (alit., s mashed s ni known dead Luhe' r nli and believed dead. lDamage to (See QUAKES, Page 2) Student Dies CRESCENT ('ITY (Special) --A 21 -year-old U F engineerinig lunmor was killed instantly when he lost control of his car and crashed on U.S. 17 south of here early yesterday while returning from Daytona Beach. Ira Clayton Parrish of Crestret Cit was killed abut5 ville address was 514 Nw 31st Lane. Funeral services are scheduled today at the First Baptist Church of Crescent City today at 4 p.m. Survivors inc lude his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira C. Parrish, a borther, Wayne, and a sister, Gloria. I'M SURE I HAVEN'T THE FAINTEST -Idea what he's talking about, replies Rebecca Chuff 2 years old, as she protects a somewhat fuller basket. NEW DELHI (UP!) -Gover yesterday almost 300 persons violent wave of religious hatre India. nment officials said are been killed in a 'd sweeping eastern It was feared that the death toll might exceed the og Hindu-Moslem massacres of 1961 in which 500 died. 1,500." ANGRY CUBANS THERE ALSO Peace U By CAROL NOBIS Staff Writer Th1e recently chartered Student Peace Union (SPU) staged its first major action yesterday with an Easter peace march, according to coordinator Bill Warinner. A group of about SO marched from NWI8thSt. and Second Avenue to the courthouse. The walkstarted at 10:30 a.nm. and broke up at 12:15 p.m. SPUJ marchers were accompanied by about 25 members of tte Cuban Revolutionary Council, who are anti-SPU, according to Ed Richer, non-student member of the SPU. Committee for Nonviolent Action members who have walked Generals Ini on from Quebec, Ca the marchers. I of them, said marchers have m so far and are G uant an a mc. Hic among fifteen CNVA miles way to nada, were There were Richer. arched 1500 on their Warinnersdid that Easter is a traditional time for peace marches. The tradition is widespread in Europe, he said. There are annual marches in many major cities such as Chicago and St. Louis. The purpose oft to draw attention tion and program. Includes encouragi sion of alternatives of achieving peace, Ignatius, the march was to SPU's p081The program nig fuli discusto war and ways said Warinner. Watson I DON'T MEAN TO COMPLAIN, SW' .but somebody took all the eggs o i didn't leave me but one, "Mike Crane, 3, seems to say at UF Domes egg hunt. India In Stockholm, Swedish engineer Magnus fettiussaid Sunday the current rioting is far worse than reported. On his return to Stockholm from IS months in eastern India, Lettius said "officIally some hundreds orpeople were killed when Hindus andi Moslems clashed, but the losses an dead amounted to at least 1,000 If rot iettius said he witnessed the rirotirg iIIJamshedlpw, west orCalutta, where religious violence reached a fever pitch last week. hiindus aixd Christiam fell on each other's throats across wide areas Howligad Chiian tribesmen swarmed down oji Moslem vtllages with crude bows and arrows. H appy crowds of movie-goers were rut to pieces in the streets of Calcutta. Panicky American families fled the mode rn Industrial town of Rourkela as blood-thirsty mobs fought In the streets with knives, hand grenades and bate bands. The slaughter began in East India on March 16. The seeds for the current religious strife were planted late last year when a sacred Moslem Is March The speaker at the courthouse gathering was Bradford l~yttle, coordinator of the CNVA march. Lyttle also participated in the San Francisco to Moscow march in 1960-61. Lyttle received a B. A. Inphilosophy from Eariham in Indiana and a M. A. in English literature from the University of Chicago. Little's talk related the peace movement to Christian history, ie explained why it's meaningful to make a peace walk on Easter Sunday. Richer said that the peace movement has often been compared to early Christian history. Richer said yesterday's march was an effort which its backers hope to stage every year. (See STRIFE, Dignatary Under Secretary of tile Army Paul H. Igniatius will head a starstudded list of dignitaries on band here for the Florida Reserve Officers Association annual meeting this weekend. Ignatius will keynote the twoand-one-ball day program with a public lecture In the UFE Auditorium Friday night. His lecture is sponsored lointlv by the ROA 0. Gravely, Ocala. Highlighting the ROA's Saturday morning program will be a parade by the University's Army and Air Force R. 0. T. C. Cadets. General Watson will be the revIewing officer. Other Saturday highlights inelude a luncheon address by Senator Spessard L. Holland and a Saturday evening banquet address Inc., a mn firm, lie Secretary ar y. anfag emenCflt consulting was promoted to Under of the Army in 'ebruHe will arrive In Gainesvlie by military aircraft Friday afternoon and spend several hours with Colonel James T'. Hennessey. professor of military scienc, at thw University. and his staff. He is -Strikes Head a=1 mU Page 2) List --

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Tb'ho i do Al go tn Mondoy More b 30. 1964 (CImpuls Briefs Allergist shty 4f Ilotrit (I le IPL' ~i MeuIinr, ha, re evvd the year's top .warcI from flit Amnerian C ,Iieg. of Al,'i gists. Receipt of the Bela Scihick Award by Dr. Ellis was announced F rid ay by Dr. George T. liarrell, dean of the C:ollege of Medicine. It was awarded by the Amerlcan College of Allergists for a scientific paper presented before that society. In his research.,l)r. Ellis locked for a relationship between allergic attacks such as asthma and hay fever and infections of the respiratory system. He conducted the first controlled study of the effects of antibiotics on asthma. Capitol Mai The Tallahassee march Friday was a big iiop, according to Dana Swann, co-chalrnman of the Direct Actions Committee of the local NAACP Youth Council. Major reason for thefullure was cancellation of the route to include the espitol, according to Dr. Marshall B. Jones, former faculty Avisor to the Student Group for Equal Rights (SGER). About 1,500 people marched a short distance through a Negro area to a segregated baseball field where hall the marchers walked off in disgust when they were told the march wouldn't include the capitol. Robert Saunders, field secretary of NAACP who made the announcement gave no reason for the decision to call off the capitol party. Governor Farnis Bryant had previously agreed to the route. The agreement stated that 300 marchers would be allowed to approach the capitol. The Gainesville group of 70, including almost all the whites scheduled to participate and about 25 UP students heard the route cancellation at one a.m. Friday, the day of the march, said Jones. Between 5,000 and 10,000 were to be included in the march, ac-. cording to Jones, but many of these pulled out when they heard of the route cancellation. Banners saying, "equal job opportunities" were carried by a predominantly Negro g roup rI Albert There Documentary proof that the alligator discovered chained to the FSU flagpole last week was not UF's missing mascot Albert is winging its way here via the U.S. mails. The Post al Department's entrance into the case was the latest stspin a lengthening chain of dramatic events which have occured since the 4-5 foot Albe was abducted Thursday night. UP Campus Police Chief Audit L. Shlr told The Alligator (no -lear.'' 'epar itionW ~een allergy anil rspjI I to:y ine.tioii. PCI Honorary The Beta Gamma chapter of P1 Sigma Alpha, the national honorary plitival sdence society, recently held initiatIon of new members and election of officers for the comIng year. The new members which were initiated at its winter banquet are the following: Robert Lester, Samuel tillman, William Hunkapiller, Michael K ling m an, helen King, James Maley, Randy Blessing, Do0rothby Howse, William B a rfi eld, Ronald Warren, C harles Rates. ch'Big Flop' through a Neg ro neighborhood. About half a dozen white people marched. Swami said many of the Gainesville group 'felt the march itself had been betrayed." He said the march was "very ineffectuaL" Included in the groups who withdrew support of the march before it started were the Gainesville NAACP, the Florida Civil Liberty Union, the Miami NAACP, pSrt1 of the Tallahassee group who had helped with arrangements, and the Florida A & M students. A statewide meeting to plan the march was held in Tamp. March I7. Jones, who was the Gainesville area's only representative, said the NAACP chtbrch work co,mnittee was largely in charge of the original plans. This groupdrew on the support of the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) including Father David Brooks, chairman of the local arrangements committee, and the Reverend C.K. Steele, chiarman of the statewide committee which never materialized. t)AYR)UNA BEACH, Fla. (DPI) -More than 100 young people, most of them college students here for an annual Easter vacation, were arrested in a series of disturbances on a two-mile strip yes terday. Volusia County Sheriff Rodney Thursdy said the arrests were-on charges of disturbing the peace, failure to obey police, intoxicaHe said the average bond was $35 and those arrested would have to stay in jail over-night unless they make bond because there is no court Sunday. Thursdy described the disturbance as quite a few incidents but nothing like a riot.' Thursdy said he sent 15-20 county police to the scene and city police also were there. "It started when thekids started to gang up,' he said. "We can't allow that.,. There was a report the disIlle w r m -r e }ues. ~iiIi [Im Ce st ailed mtI 11. w it olinrs ili II* tit nix hIver SXi Banquet SIGMA XI, scientiic research honor society, will hold I t, annual b aiiquw to riight at 6:45 p.m. in the Student Service Center. The program will Include the Installation of new officers, announcement of faculty and student research awards and a talk by chapter president Pr. Arthur B. Otis on "The Air We Breathe." Quakes (Continued From Page 1) Crescent City was estimated at $26 million. Three children swept from a beach at Depoc Bay, Ore., were missing and presumed dead. Another childon thebeach was drowned. At least 10 new shocks, five of them severe enough to be classified as quakes In themselves, jolted the 49th state during the night and the Coast Guard warned of possible new waves. Nevertheless, Alaskan churches held Easter services as scheduled. Shattered communications prevented an accurate estimate of the casualties and damage, but officials an a preliminary survey said damage was $850 million or more. Emergency shelters were set up under the major disaster aid program ordered by President Johnson. Residents were bombarded with warnings to get typhoid shots to prevent any epidemic stemming from distupted water source and shattered sewage lines, Water purification t ablets were being rushed in. Hospitals in Anchorage were besieged with hundreds of offers of help from doctors and nurses in other states, but declared they had enough medical personnel on hand. OFFICE EQUIPMENT 604 N. Main street The Perfect Graduation A new OLYMPiA world famous Portable Typwriter. On easy terms, too. The next best graduction present?7 A used standard typewriter; New Officers Oh.' a Whil 01 tWI'hie o offiu' is include: stu t ga, I. Masel cury Vweiss-. I.I, -c i ibe; I w, ExchequeC; Mat k lRoimr to the poition of MembIer it portaiit rile a.' advisor y lrother to the exec utive couleii); H alp h Kaplan, ot Plege master; Hichie l~ynn, l~istorian; Mike Weiiistel CorrespOnding Scribe, and Steve Marcus, Sentinel. Physics There will be a meeting of the Student Section of thle Religious (Continued From Page 1) relic -a hair from the beard of the Prophet Mohammed -was stolen from a shrine in~ Srinagar, capital of Kashmnir. But the bad blood between In-dia's Hindu majority and Moslem minority dates back more than 1,200 years and the latest massacres are but the latest chapter in a long history of bloodletting among members of the two religions. Hindus and Moslems have been fighting each other on the subconit~ *11 IL B I ~'i II, [Jr. Alex (z. Smittj sIstajit deiii or tIht id' SilhOol ind pr''lessm ofpsic "oapsrimy~' speako Pysics Gradsit, Work. There will ilso b election of offi 9r, For thc coming year. Graham Area I-ashl S. (Bill )inn, lUe, was elected last 'Ihuire day as Uraham Areai o>um it President for the L.-,, term. Campaigmiltg for bringig new ideas to the Coed Iree Diamond won the first pNpular election for president held in Graham area. IF;r. merly elections were by ars',. Council Representative. s Strife tinent ever since Arabs invadedthe area with their Moslem religion In the 8th Century. Marks of the Invaders are still visible on thousands of Hindu temples where sacred images exhibit smashed and mutilated faces as evidence of Moslem hatred toward idols. More than 100,000 Christins and Hindus have fled EFast Pakistan in recent weeks. Several thousand Moslems have fled India in the same period. Not THIS DECISION IS SIMPLE! The question is not whether you need a personal checkinaccount -but-which on i-bet-or-oA no-mrnimum-balance personal checking accountora REGULAR CHECKING ACCOUNT? The difference is simply: Savings. A Thrlfti.Check account will cast little if you need but a few checks per month and amounts for deposit are small. If your personal finances are more active and involve more checks and more dollars, Regular checking Pay 2 kws

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NEVER AGAIN' Student Effects C 'ind ,Mrh 0 6 f2 "i~oA~ 'j"le Learns Dex I t Ie. 'I tor a m lMr ki RI' I A 'I'll lever tOUCh dlix igili,' romimenteda .1I student is ii toldie his collapse during ,taIl .itt four sti iait '1 W It's,i iini' "'I JUSt lad txi rrou{I work to dto but na Iex iiu.' sur it i' wr ii the long run,'' refle& ted the Jiuelo who prefers to itaiin .hI(its rilous. "Inever mytade it to Ihjat laMt test,' he noted. Hiospitaltlation, for river a week Itirntrd out t ,i tin result iif this student's5 bout with the AmllI+t.Tiine I himpounid. I nC jItrijlaiile khliking, extrernie jitters aiit [lervouisness were the danger c huis iuiiefr two friends had to rush hit, to rned,. itl elition. I coul almost hidi lily Iwirt puuniluw iind I knww I JhuiI h've stopped-hut I only hjat {IIW test to rt," ttInu'& the st uet o ni aware of the 'kirk'' to dcx. Hie adhded, "'They told mhe t oiilcl hAve It'ii I lot weIi se.I'tniiu ky in that sense, I guess."' Emiphasiziug thhe threat 1th.t aiplhhitanhuneS lom to person'shelh, Tr. Smude Wright dirt. tor ofr til tudtentt Heat < pitot iat, fatigue, hunger or illness as well js the need for sieep.'' The possibility of collapse adli permInanert din, ie exnsts Ib ause amphetamines unnaturally Mid suddenly si nmulate the eiitr ii nervous system and increase the metabolic rite. ...installed president; Ed ser PLPhI, s~ treasurer Really Shaken Up' Construction Kick-Off On Even a person's first contact with the drug, stated D)r. Wright, call produce palpitatioii of the heart plus intense nervousness, and you can be "really shaken up.' Although the Infirmary refused to permit a look it the
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ect torials Freedom From Independence tpII 1The Wakc Oft 1Thc Suin lte I 1)5, the n th, *imI ipal tiulti hlei tiise i, lifted p,t ,ertalii LpoIU notched ii, ,jp' 0, lhe soieimiilv Jeel.i IS that another day has tbeguni. Anti until tie spinning globe, having tcaversel rompletely its nxis, rtturn5 the line to its poinl (if departuire, thee is a qulies., given the period that dIsingulshes it (rom all other pot i history. Th1e period is made immortal by the events that mark its passage, and man recognizes its Individuality by marking off a number hrnm a twelve leafed tablet. Such a number was 29 March 1964. As the sunrise rippled around the earth it broke the grip of darkness from land after land, people alter people. In the chill marshes of Viet Nam the stillness is strung with beads of fear, strained by the sounds of running feet and finally shattered irreparably by whirling blades and the protesting roar of engines. Across restless jungles, and quiet rice paddies the day breaks vibrant and alive; solemn and still'. 'The ocean, restless and soft heaving; strained wtthpassion; obscured in fog; and shbi mm er ing mirror like, pOsses beneath the stride of morning. In a small town in Florida, gatherings of people drift silently toward an aiwual rendezvous. The small bridge is strung over waters that open vast and Gulf like in the West, swirling arnd tree rimmed in the East. 'ii. West reflects th. silver cIrcled pattern that is the moon, while the East begins the deepening blush that ushers in the daily ritual of pastoral sunrise. Red-bottonmed skiffs blend into their reflectionM; the rich verdant leaves of Spring sway softly from above and below, as still water give the morning a duality of presence; and the only disturbance to the ceremony comes from chattering feathered figures perched on wires and branches. 'The prayers and songs having been offered, the groups of people begin to disperse, with the shirt sleeved individuals commenting on the beauty and comfort of the morning. ln Alaska the numb coldness of despair is reflected in a dawn that has yet to hear of Spring. Its arrival marks the end of a night spent in fear, and the remembrance of terror. Its arrival fills the longing of those whose hours of darkness have been shaken with the restless trenmbling and upheaval of the earth beneath then,. Its arrival marks the calling forth of a deeper, more tensilecourage than that which faced the moving buildings and yawning chasms; for now the quiet, grisely task of counting, administering and comforting must begin. These people also disperse iin small groups; the individuals grim and stoic, with the depth of their emotions expressed in their silence and slow steps,. The morning passes without pausing -on its way to the line which marks a new beginning; and an end to the joy, tears, hope and despair that have been the morning of 29 March 1964. E aster Morning. W.C.N. Beware The Ides Of April The Easter weekend officially tolled the knell of the trimester's twilight time diversion.lf it ever existed. During the old semester system there used to be a several week period between mid-terms and finals whose casualness gave it an Indian Summer atmosphere. With the trimester it has become nothing more than a cadence count change from the quick time of progs to the rout step of finals. So whether you are a Freshman approaching the first hurdle in the obstacle course, or a Senior plunging towards the findl tape, heed the voic, of your Phd. drill Sergeants, and shift into high gear. ThIs is one type of combat where the Purple Heart isn't given for those who fall in the fray, but for those who come staggering bleary eyed out of finals clutching the tattered edges of a bludgeoned personality. W. C. N. / r & I 'N I., 'is throi.4h len ,}eir EI 111 uitiiiuti V rmia tnu i ( uba te the MPII-te rr an.,n. The Maltese wvre Alarm'rel by lit' revolution im !antlbar Inl d1anual V that brought acomnmunvt--traned revolutionary government to power. Nearer to home they have been watching the struggle oil i in li a l 'Il ''" lia ' 'I I niihm ,eut "I m I ~ i. I oder r Ie hi l a I tsh colomlIjiiil i toit' pi't Itiyears, the Maltese nave l)een able to e';oy hI luxury of political argument knowing tl,:it the final decisions foi their welfare would lbe taken by the colonial office ini [ ondol. Evolution Of Sexual Aestheticism EDITOR: This letter is written in considerrtion of a letter by Mr. Jahnigen concerning the articles by Dr. Bertocci's "oldpuritan-type" 'archaic" v ie ws didn't fulfill the liberals' hope for "some new ideas on this subject.'' I adlmlt that Dr. Bertocci's views weren't, to say the least, original. But, does this necessarily make them invalid? As for nw ideas, I BELIEVE Mr. Jahnigen will be hoping for a long time. The view that sexual intercours, should take place only in marriage is very old, to be sure. But the view th.ut sexual relations without or outside of marriage is alright and desirable is even older. Surely our early ancestors weren't concerned with marriage before intercourse and reproduction. From then till the present there have been men who have maintained that neither the chosing of one aid only one partner for life nor marriage adhering to these conditions were tenable positions. I feel quite sure that every argument In favor of 'free love" that has ever been maintamned was put forth u ong time ago. In the beginning there was probably very little, if any psychic significance attached to sexual intercoursie. (The wheel hadn't been invented yet either.) He felt io dIfferent about it than a dog, cat, pit, mouse, bird, or bee does. And from what I know about people I'd say most people are no different today, Yet surely intercourse can be and often is, for many have maintained this on the basis of personal experience, the culminating expressionon the physical level of a deep and meaningful lasting pleasure. Man can enjoy this di.0IRr *1't e* 4* ,*i esn, 4ference for two reasons. First, mran has the physical capability of differentiating himself from the other animals, for only with man can the lovers face each other In sexual union, and secondly, no other animal has thepsychic capacity to feel and express concern and love, sincere and lasting devotion for another. Consequently,. there is no reason for them to face another. And so there Is possible another distinction between humanism and animalism. Because it is known to have this meaning in some cases, one would be setting his definitive limits way short if he denied this more wondrous significance. But people are free to make of it what they wish, even in marriage. The best things in life aren't free, What you get out of something depends on what you put into it. And to really love, that is to be truly loving, one must be thoughtful, that is fullofthouglit and concern for another. The ideas I have presented are not new and I am quite sure that any ideas which might be brought up in opposition would not be new either. lin most cases a person will do what he wants regardless of all the ideas and arguments iountable.-Reason all too rarely dictates human action. Rather it is more often human action which dictates the reasoning to be maintained, Indeed, with this in mind It seems the only new ideas a person will express a desire for would be those that would tend to support the action he favored and In that case the expression of such a desire would be recognition of uncertainty about the position maintained, a lack of reason for the action taken. And also, one certainly doesn't enter into sexual relations for the purpose of establishing empirical evidence to assert the validity of his position. If he does he is very foolish and it will gain him little in his search for truth. David Smathers In The Florida Alligator Served by United Press International M~anagIng Editor .i.B. 1 Fuller Assistant ManagIng Editor *.Johtf ASkils Spdiorsl Editor .Glyew Nrfeyt Feature Editor .CynUia Tunstall C irpus Living Editor .Judy LyDJI Prince h ItoriaJ Assistants .Ernie Litz, Gail soberng, Betty Wendt, Eetsy Garrison, Stave Vaughn, Sue Dobbie, Chaner POUWI., RUSI Ch.andler, Pete Hathaway, and Dave Berkowitz. Reporters .Jim Castello, Phil HevenerJoel Gaston, Donilt.MathiSoD, Carol Nobis, Ann Carter, Joe Kollin, Agnes Fowles, Fran Snider, Judy Teich, Enan Engle, George Aims, Phil Geyer, Don Fedinitan, Becky Quinn, Larry Zimmermar, Jackie Cornelius; P8Wt Pitt, I Pcy.' It au n have heel) twU Such ile,*. ready this yeil, andc Ie ttiuous talks
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Fliers Not L1[s Spying II -11,1 rIL ~ ~ ptilii4 O i~ tv I) ,t l' I uii bhunge whait WFe,,*Id ill hI0, Irikle CINEMA: --ISrngelove' 'Rve lo nI tionab Ic part of a wo mar's Iatomy) Muff Icy, Premieir Kisuf (Kiss-off), Bat 'tuano';uenerals Jack Ripper and Turgidson, the Russian target of Li Pudtavsp.iiiish for whore); and finally the Nazi scientists, Strangelove. Related to this sexual factor Is the idea of mistrust. .Just as sex ''threatens' Ceneral Ripper, so the abstract concepts of communism aid imperialism threaten the respective sides with the most senseless fears. And as themTfOVie shows, these fears Lead to unbreachabie i mp a sse s where Americans are seer, to fire upon Americans". Finally, there is the idea of war being all right. The idea of who cares about the other guy if I an live is culminated by a comically, gruesome ending of hydrogen explosions and atender tune entitled, 'Love That Bomb.' Just before this ending, there is a. most suspenseful scene where the lone SAC bomber closes in on its target. As the0 certainty of nuclear Lmmolationl becomes more evident, we senseahelplessness we cannot rid ourselves of -Kubrick's brilliance was never more evident than here. A bMg asset to Kubrick is the magnhficent tast headed by Peter sellers playing three entirely different roles and (,eorge Scott-. With this movie, Kubril k joins the ranks of great fit nmi makers. Finer and more significant than ''Tom Jones' ''t ramgelov&' Is movie than r moVIe -it is the apocalypse., By DON FEDERMAN Now 3t the State is Stanley Ku-bk's "Dr. Strangelove," a umedy so frighteningly real that If it weren't for the fact that we laughed at this pictUre, we would hjve already gone insane with fear. what Kubrick has done in the space of 93 minutes Is nothing short of incredible. He has comnbted satire with suspense, and in Oscar Wilde fashion, has also helped create a script in which every line is a revelation about the insane abstractions which are presently perpetuating the "Cold War."' But more than a movie about ideas, it is about the minds behind the ideas. Ktbrck doesn't content himself to just presenting such facts as the monstrous overkill figures of our weapons or thecase of starting a war --he is far mrore aware and interested in the I asons for these realities. Continual stress is given to the tepressment of sexuality and its relationship to the patriotic notions of the fanatical right, in fact it's relationship to the cause of war Vhelf. There is the psychotic enicral's speech about how lie voids sexual consumm ation in icdr to maintain his purity and how the Communists and their wmister fluoridation plot (among other things) are destroying the purity of America. War, thus, is purifying. Note the characters' names -%erkin (which means an oinmenlb ir F ohx Ce w~k~nat said man aboiar i the ill-fated plan. who was released earlier with broken ar n eg wolil ront ine to be All three were still at the btse hobpitdl where they were I akeun following their release. Benedic Barry I )eland, the UF (I ) New PrXy A. Benedict, 3EG, ii is the new president of inter-FraternIty Council Benedict, married and a memrber of Phi Kappa Thu fraternity, has previously served as IFC District RepresentatIve and Treasurer. A CivilEnglneertrg major, he is a member of Phi Eta Sigma scholastic fraternity and has been on the Dean's list. Recipient of a Ring Power Corporation acade m i scholarship, Benedict is past Secretary olsocial Affairs on S t ud e i t Government Cabinet. Also elected by the IFC, the governing body of UFE fraternities, was Douglas Lynn, Delta l'au Ijeiti, Administrative Vice Prestent, F will Thrasher, Sigm a Pi It psiloji, Executive Vice Pres Idert, fomt Baik meyer, Phi (am anil~ Delta, Tr asure r; and .im ilause r, ['I I ambda Phi, Secretary. IF-( tormmittep chairmanships ire expert ted to be announced this week. H C Makes Procedure Changes Honor Court proceedings have taken on a slightly new twist, according to re c ent ly adopted changes and additio ns. These rules are adopted in compliance with Article IV, section 48, subsectIon 4, Of the University of Florida Student Body ConStitutIon. They are effective as of one week from the date of this Publication. All previous rules of procedure in conflict herewith, are Delete former Rule 2(b) and change to read: 2(b) The offense of cheating Is defined as: the renderingortaking of any information with the intent Of wrongfully aiding yourself or another in any quiz, final exajiiflatio0, academic paper, or other htem of like or similar nature which is considered in any way In the determination og the final grade or which the defendant believes to be SO Considered. Delete former Rule 2(c) al i Change to read: r~e-t 2(c) Cheatngis the itnlOnal misrepresentation of a ma-. terial tact for personal advantage owner or legal possessor. Delete former Rule 3(I) and change to read: 3(0) Knowingly negotiating a worthless check or checks of your own or another with knowledge of the worthlessness thereof is steallug. Delete former Rule 6 and change to read.: 6. The Vice Chancellors shall be elected each trimester by the Justices from among themselves at the first regular meeting each trimester. The Vice Chancellors shall serve for a term of one (I) trimester. Delete former Rule 7(c) and change to read: 7(c) The accused shalj at all times have the right to a air aid speedy trial. Provie ta the Attorney General must rile ash Information with forty-five (45) school days from the tinie of notice of a violation of the Honot Code by a particular student or students, or within forty-five (45) school days from th. time of the receipt of information of a vlo-. 8(b) The jury trial shall be limited to those matters which are brought out in this pre-trial conference, Including the subject matter of the testimony of the witnesses; all other matters will be excluded except for showing of good cause as to why they were not disclosed at said conference. The defendant must be present at the pie-trial conference, unless such presence is waived In writing by his counsel. Addition to Rule 8. 8(d) 4. The vote of the jury to acquit or to convict must be unanimotis. If the Jury is unable to agree tpon a verdict, the Chancellor may, In his discretiOn, alter allowing a reasonable period of deliberation by the jury, declare a mistrial. 'Te vote of the jury shall be by secret ballot. After rendition of the verdict, either sid, tray poll the jury. Delete former Rule 9(a) and change to read: 9(a) Wherever applicable, the Florida Laws of Evidenc, shall be invoke. es vi 1 At~i :h A r 1>' )(,JL] 411 yOftn Page 1 -IC. -1 Frank Lentz ,~ -' a Rogers Sortiey' There's big ncws abotil ing Insurance fro A new 'cries of pelicics that givn liberalized be benefits unique wilh Equitable There's even all Equitable policies, making them easier understand. Soil you've been planning to buy insurance, now s the lime to do at. Call The Man from Equitable. Look ahead with-m Equitable ,etits and new a net' look to to read and LIViNG INSURANCE.FROM EQWABLE Frann Lcntz & Rogers Barticy 236 S.W. 4th Ave. FR 2-1210 5 1(1l 44 B i I 'tin flu lie mu I1 iii'l \n I l l lb ou gl hoilead --11 suliimi tO %i tIll' lr iiprden LooG whs otit Ispwe "I ~1uic~ ia miii' I, linlig 1r.*gr.m% de pn. grnnl An.! ii ot, 1t4 u mI ieu }.ty -uiiiid u lI Ii I he m' -mlk ughh tl lii m uli to t.1Iyo whIiku I Ilnk) (1 Yrni resiiy have a way of stteing throogh.a probl. Rooming with you ha, timnght me i lot. Dr. Is .1%

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_AG For Sale ru n .I ,N T4}[I(Jmi] lle 4,>) < .W rlbh I .r s 127-It-'L 1960 Moped -chlit -dPp ndab I transportation. Price ed for IoedHate sale. See at 912 5. W. 7th Ave. Apt. 2 after p.m,. (A124-31-c)Sell out! Must sell in two week (auitars-(oya U -20 C lassical.(;ihsort 12-string.* PothI w ith hard shell cases. HlAl I'IICE. (0fmplete set -Slingerland drum, within cases. Original cost $6 50. I SS than year old -wily $400. lortaMobilet otor scoer e-hewp. this trimester. This stuff MI'ST (.I -(all Jef! 6-3851. (A-125It -p). K leetrie range. Fx cll~ent oiidihion. Storage drawer, rotisserie. 372-5474. utter 5:00 p.m. (A 127 -3t -cM The new polaroid I 4m1d (amera. rakes color pictures. $40 savings. Never been used. ('all FF 2-0516. (A-123-tf-c). Student selling 8 x 28 mobile home-complete bath facilities with tub. Hickory H1111 Trailer Park. Inquire at office, 376-6982. (A121-St -C). 200 1L. P. record dividually or a~s bargain price half popular. All condition, many after 6:00 p.m. (A-121-tf-p). sfor sale. Inpackage deal at II all classic a], records in good perfect. 2-3811. weekdays only. NEW FlUMES IN PINE FOREST'. A few ready for immediate occupancy. Gainesville's fastest growing new home community. VA, FHA, financing. Ilugh E d war d ,. Inc., N. E. 16th Ave. and 15th St. 2-2551. (A-70-tf-c),. NEVER WON CAT! cycle mechanically. FR 2-1914. (A A RACE! 1963 D'sharp looking -A-I First $215 gets it! -124-St-c). Lambretta I 5U II). Good engine. Fine low tosttransportation.$l00. If Interested call FR 6-3679. (A127-4t-c). HEELS per n IU mnlSUH SOLhpu nw=Immtps MODERN SHOE acets VmISPORIhenmk90 --For Sale nian ea ona pu* Ji.o Iil W, A. ?+'lY \-]2 eIp Far Rent Apartmneitt Iborderinig raripus (Jr i rmF(JisIinrIirrnester. iitvte rrntran'e, bI Nt, rllvi(Ied r(,(ns. $115 mul. liliens, C .t]l P'K! house 127 -5tI. SOliONIA I MANoli -Sublet I morithp f.t the ,ur'r ur $115 per iiontt .2-88'38. lIs31-c). Keep 'md this silmrlmel in ( ol,nial Manor -apt. 55. F or I rimg. benefits In sub -leltinrg, call J727918 I immediately. 4 rooms, good location 11nd goodl neighbors. H l2fi-4t -C). Cooperative living organization accepting applications for summer students ROOM AND BOARD $52 month. Good study environment. Phone FR 2-9616 immediately.(B122-St-c)FURNISHED APARTMENTS FOR RENT: Two bedroom furnished student apartments. Right near campus, Will accomodate up to four students comfortably. Speclal summer rates. Call Mrs. Jones, FR 6-5636. So near campus you need no car. (B-120-tf-c). Air conditioned efficiency apartments. Suitable for 2-3 people, $70 per month. 1829 N. W. 2nd Ave. Suitable for 3-4 people, $100 per month. ISIS N. W. 4th Ave. Tenants pay electric only. Also available for fail trimester. Call evenings 6-4353. (B-114-tf-c). Attragtive large roolm in quiet modern home. Ideal for student who needs a desirable place to study. FR 2-7883. (B-lll-tf-C). NEW AIR ed apts. balcony. ing room ful full s machines TO Univer m an ager Alis. 402 CONDITIONED Bedroom and Kitchen dinette, on main floor. ize appliances, in each apartme sitv. Shown by -Apt. No I., N. W. 18th St. furnish-. bath on and livColorwashing nt. Walk resident Campus FR 23357. (B-119-l0t-c)-. Large, comfortable front cornerroom. Located downtown. Arranged for 2 male students. Kitch-en and other privileges. 6-4592. (B-104-tl-c). NOW*2 Color Laff Hits! Fi rst Run~'opn 6:45;sliow 7:00 aony Randall For Rent iptri war, illi inhen 111m llk '-2151. I I-b2-. New
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I #1 N. 'S. t --. I V in A N New Club Wedding Pool Ring Requires For UVING$STON FA RWELL L HA NDL FR WH I TEHOUSE L vingston Cops The Uf 's four man representation to the wlunal National (ol1egiate At hi e t I Assm'i ation swiminlfg meet came back to Gainesville I h i weekend ifter garnering one point more than the Florida State representatives. The Seminoles capturednto points while the UF could manage only one. Captain Jerry Livingstonl was the only Cator to score as he finished yard butterfly. sixth I in the 100 Swirin an1 ste e swimirng teants in' th.' iitthle &wo Florida rtprtsChttiv.S 'lidnot (are well ci the wet'k,,p I 'iiiji-t tion-. Southern Cilttna won thetinim Indiana and Y tie wire rIlht behind them as they scored ii mnd 87 points respertively. None of the other teiuns wete even close. I an i AnniI I Ci lIt to. w i lispnto bstlhi Ituens t ait Oll hid itejili. Howeli, Etiust] Of its Ilimti sit, 'tuiley. id, t l'lyv-'IAI kee i i -tii Ctrt.' \itt& 1110e p100 iS A tiii hatle pool,"' sift ii saitisf itory ci'Is. it lie ii'isitn At large.' 'M Prlied stielit, iir' pe! hilly welcome to use the poxii." St~nley Sie most miairied 5tiudeiits lon't have the mnithey to puirthast' & regular $50.U0 trimieste, p~Ool ienmbersbip, prices for stidieut families have been broken dow" on a monthly basis. "' I ii t L Innt tel st IL lit Ill"detu 4 oilt'\ i oI ri,'i ilflt'i lhe wge ot 151 inialLu:.eth II pIok1 tOI I lt'e ol 'LI0.0 peI iiithtl. lin thI pi.tt ill ihilieii lI -ni LI tol i e SPtAuSQ II ii I ted fti $4tt let. Yhis wviII still
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PaI h lodi A! I Monk mur n 30 26 5, I', GLENN LANFY Span, ~d br IDur111c th( 't,(ildIn Jr,' fIIid ota readers werl still wrapped ii swj1 '1n lot~s. "Wh~at -tlhere was irtutily a petil when F feared leam?"2' you iiht .sk. Well. .i.ot 0u111. hd nabt''nitly The Golden E ri -~ It smitids ipres shyv dJo,,.'I it" Actually this Is a nickname pxiind on lhe mnet who played for tlLe 1946 and '47 0 ator football team. lDurlng one torr Id stret eh of this great '"El R' the t ators mianagedi -tCi SOmTIhOW --lose 12 straight games in a row consecutively, as ( asey Stengel might say. They Were Close For some strange reason these men became so close they formed a club called the Golden Era Club (appropriately enough) which reunites most of Its members each year. Recently they held a special meeting in honor of one of their best known members,* Jimmy Kynes, Attorney General of Florida. Kynes, a great lulk of a man, played center for the ignominious teams of that time. He must have been a good one among a lot of mediocres, for he made ail Southeastern Conference (SEC) at his position. Seing himi now, one wonders how this pleasent, always smiling man a could hav, hurt anyone. Jimmy hasn't as yet developedthat automatic pie. vote for mec smile" which so many politicians develop sooner or later. One of his teammates, Doug Belden, took time out from his Gaors of the late 40sth.loiu Belden played quarterback for the Gators and one of the records JIMMY KYNES he set was just broken this year. Belden completed 14 passes in on game. Tommy Shannon bombed the Auburn defense this year for 15 completions in a losing cause. I asked Belden why their group was such a close knit one. "We had to be close,' replied Belden, "no one else on campus would talk to us."' Just Friends "This is no official organization," he continued, "we just like to keep in touch with one another. These are the kind of guys you can diroji in on any time and they willoffer you a place to stay. We have no president and no official leaders. We just enjoy each others company." With that, Jimmy Kynes climbed up on a chair and started to make Dougpeent back to his party and I went home and to bed with visions of a 12 game losing streak hinting in my head. Leads Netters Over Notre Dame 6-3 Th. luck of the Irish deserted Notre Dam's tennis team just long *nough for the Gators to pull out a 6-3 vIctory over the fighting Irish. The UT was never In serious trouble as they swept five of the six siges matches to salt away the victory. Bill Tym, the captain arid numher one man of the team, contintied his winning ways -s he defeuted the Notrte Dame'. iop player, Pedro Rossello, 6-4, 7-5. The only Gator to lose a singles match was Jerry Pfelffer. He lost to Rubien Cordlo, 6-4, 6-2. Florida had two matches rained out last ,nek. They wnrc sche-. duled to have a match wltbGeorgia Tech on 'Thursday, but inclement weather killed that orE. 'Te scheduled match with Clemson on Saturday met with the Sam. fate. TheGators meet the BlueDevils from Duke today at 1:30 pan, on th, varsity tennis courts. I A---l By MARtIE LURIE Sports Writer Aone out triple in~ the bottom of the ninth inning by IDave Porter pushed in two runs as the Florida Caters defeated Georgia Tech 2-I in a thrilling, come-frombehind, Southeastern Conference (SEC) game Friday afternoon at Perry Field. Porier's game winning blow came on the heels of an error by Tech, a pop out, and aflukesingle. Bill Blomgren led off the Inning with a sinking line drive to right field which Tech right fielder John LaCapra couldn't handle. With one out Earl Montgomery then hit a roller down the third base line which hit the base and bounced over the head of the charging Yellow Jacket third baseman. This set the stage for the dramatic finish as Porter smashed a two-strike drive over the head of the (enter fielder to end the game. Yellow J a eke t starter Jim Robinson handcuffed the Gators for the first eight innings of the contest. The young sophomore had permnitted only four hits, struck out two and walked three until giving way to relief hurler Franklin Hall in the ninth. Gator pitcher Charlie Anderson was equally strong in the hot pitchers duel. Tech pushed across an unearned run in the second inning on a single by Dick Emerson, a sacririce, and a two base throwing miscue by G ator third sacker Montgomery. Secretary ( Represents By JOE KOLUN Sports Writer The newly created post of Secretary of Athletics is an attempt to maintaIn better communication between students, Student Governwent (Sc), and the Athletic elation. As soFlorida Finishes Fourth Tenne0ssee; Boy Set Florida fans were treated to some of the best track talent in the entire United States this weekend as the 21st annual Florida Re lays te Cords p r ovided galore. thrills and Northeast Louisiana finished first in overall team totals with 50 points. Florida placed fourth behind Northeast Louisiana, Tennessee, and Furman with 27 and three-quarters po ints. Florida State finished four points behind the Gator track team infifth place. Th. only first place finish for Florida was in the javelin. Pete Skfte tossed the javelin 216 feet 11 and one-half inches. "Our maIn jobs consist of controlling football seating through independent and fraternity seating chairmen, serving .liaison betWeeD SG and the Athletic Association, aid representing SG in the use of athleticfacilities," says Cal Heichelle, present Secretary of Athletics. BaGma Records almost five seconds off the oWd record. In the highschool events one record was b roke n anid another tied. Both of the first two finishers in the mile run broke the old meet record. Mike Synyard of Mobile Murphy High SChOOl set a new standard in the mile as he was timed in 4:IA.9. Merrill Moore of Gainesville High was clocked at 4:20.2. John Morton of Miami Edison pole vaulted 13 feet six and onehalf inches to tie the old record held by Larry Evans of Orlando Boone. One of th, best track teams in 146 ZA BA LA Anderson hurled walked hone and in an outstanding formance. etght 'nnings, struck out 11 pitching perGator relief pitcher Adrian Zabala came on in the ninth inning to retire the side in order and was credited with the victory *his first decision of the season. GATUI{ CHATTER. ..Friday's game was the first of a scheduled two game series, but the Saturday game was postponed because of rain. ...Both G ator pitchers, Anderson and Zabala, hail from the same high school,Jacksonville Jackson. ...'The Florida pitching staff in six home games has nmw hurled 55 shutout innings out of the 58 played. ...This after'Eon at Perry Field at 3 p.m. the Reichelle said the UIF athletic program is excellent. "Florida received a commendation from the SEC for the intramural program last year." 'Te office is ber of jobs to gani ted. working on a nunmget the post or"For one thing, we plan to give plwiues to dorms which win sports in the future. advance from now on isd of Davis, to coordinate dorm intramurals." Riechelle said a new award would be made to the dorm winning most all-campus championship. A cup 'vuld be awarded similar to the President's Cig,. all-campus champinhip by itt ig the dorm campion against the In order to improve communications between dorms and the intramural department an athletic council will be established in each dorm. There would be on. repr'.sentative from each dorm section. efeated In SEC I StiliUnd UF on Sneaks By Tech Porter' s T -S. Iriple 0 Athletics Students Tym --a