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The Florida AlligatorVol.56




No.131 University of Flo.ida, Gainesville FridayAprI? 3, 1964PoliceHunt

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police today are searching for an unknown youth who accostedfive RI. P r'i

UF coeds returning to their dormitories from the library Wednesdaynight.

.
The youth, described by the girls as about 5'5" with dark hair and I

glasses, 'grabbed" the girls from behind the bushes on the west side \
of Benton Hall. All five incidents occurred approximately between { 4

9:45 and 10:15.Porto: .
The girls reported that the youth 1 i
"grabbed" them as they walkedby R4

Alegre then turned them loose almost .... ... x. ,
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Immediately and stepped back into -

the bushes. I :

police investigator Gene
CapturedBy Campus r: -
Watson said that the police are

checking on several suspects that

the girls have come up with.Police ,.;.
RebelsRIO are also checking reports of a

running car seen parked near the
scene of the Incidents. ta:'
DE JANEIRO (UPI) -- The
War Ministry announced yester- Watson said this was the first

day that rebel troops have crushed reported of this sort incident since
resistance and seized controlIn last trimester when a girl was

Porto Alegre where President assaulted near Grove Hall. 'b.
Joao Goulart has fled for a last- "This sort of thing picks up *

ditch fight against his ouster. when the weather gets warmer," k, ::r _

The official statement made no he said. .. .
mention of the fate or whereaboutsof Watson said that police are also -

Goulart or that of his anti- checking on a report of a nude i I IThe
American brother-in-law, Federal youth seen In the area of the I Here Lies Joe College
Deputy Leonel Brizola, but politi- Century Tower at about 6:30
cal sources in Rio de Janeiro said Thursday morning.He .
they had "fled" Porto Alegre, apparently latest victim of the Joe College 1942 1964 of numerous letters to the
for Montevideo, Uruguay. said that the description of trimester system now Died of trlmenterltls Alligator during the year.
More than million this boy fits the description of when his head exploded
a people pour rests in peace next to the Due to graduate in April,
ed Into Rio de Janeiro streets in the Wednesday night assailant."I Century Tower.A April 1, 1964 College succumbed last
an anti-Communist victory cele- think our chances of findingthe
Florida students have night to trimester pressure
bration. Ticker tape floated down boy are much better than fresh plot of ground
buried
been paying their last respects and was promptly by
from skyscrapers. Throngs in Rio usual In this case, since so many toped off with string, and administration. His
the
Branco Avenue bore placards girls were able to describe him," pink azaleas placed In frontof at the grave site
throughout the day. absence from the dormitory )-
reading "Reforms with God" and said Watson. the headstone mark the noticed until
College an 1.9 was not
"Thanks to God communism has burial spot of the UF stu- average
Watson advises coeds not to walk student at the university, about 3 a.m. by his room-
dent who died the
been ceased. during
alone on campus at night."I popularized the expression mate, Alfred Egghead, who
But across Guanabara Bay, in would suggest that girls tra- night. "Trimonster System" last subsequently discoveredhis
Niteroi the class dis-
working vel at least In pairs If not In spring when placed on academic grave.
trict 10 minutes 5,000 The small plyboard
away, angry
of three or four, even if
demonstrators clash- groups headstone reads: probation.tie Dean Hale was not avail-
pro-Goulart
this means that they have to wait
also the author able for comment.
with police. At least 10 persons R. I. P. was
for someone to go with them.
were wounded. --

The War Ministry statement said ir wfli9 3#@ -- .-

the Porto Alegre garrison had PURING BOA BANQUET I
swung over to the rebel side and I .
seized the city, "extinguishing the
last pocket of pro-Goulart resis- SGER Stages Rights March I
tance in the country" and appar-
ently closing out the three-day
revolt with a victory for the anti-
Communist foes of Goulart. Ra- By DONITA MATH ISON scheduled to speak at 7:30 p.m. cularly the filibuster. about equal rights for all citizens
Staff Writer for the Alachua County Mental "We wish by our silent marchto for a century, and the obstruction
nieri Mazzllli speaker of the
,
Health Association.The shout from the rooftops that the 1st tactics In the Senate frustratenot
Chamber of Deputies, was installed -
The two UF students groups Student Peace Union will time has come to fulfill the Idealsof only the legislative process but
by congress at Brasilia yes- will launch picketing activities form with the SGER at 6 p.m. on our religious and civic heritage the Ideals of democracy," he
terday morning as provisional
Brazil. here this weekend for, the benefitof the sidewalk in front of Tigert ," Creel said. added.
president of U.s. Senator Spessard Holland's Hall and proceed In single file "We feel Senator Holland shouldbe An SPU group will picket at the
Radio In Porto Ale-
Farroupilha
participation in the Southern filibuster down 13th street to the University reminded that many Floridians Ignatius' arrival at Gainesville
heard in Rio de Janeiro
gre was
over civil rights In the oppose the filibuster and his par- airport with signs in protest of
reporting that Gov. Meneghet- Senate and U.S. military policies Inn.SGER faculty advisor Austin ticipation in It, and this silent U.S. military policy.Ignatius heads
Goulart's decisionto
ti, who opposed in gene rat. Creel said he believed the march march will stand in eloquent con- a list of over 200 army officers who
resist to the end in his state The Student Group for Equal provides an opportunity to say trast to what Is going on in the will be here for the Annual Flor-

capital, had re-entered Porto Ale- Rights (SGER) wil Join with the "forcefully and with great dignity"that United States Senate," Rivenbarksaid. ida Reserve Officers AssociationROA
at the head of 3rd Army units
gre Student Peace Union(SPU) tonightin SGER and other civil rights ( ) meeting this weekend.
(See REVOLT, Page 7)) a silent protest march outside groups are displeased with Hol- "We feel as President John- Ignatius is scheduled to arrive
University Inn where Holland t* land's stand on the bill and parti- son has noted, that we have talked by military aircraft at 2 p.m.
today.
Highlights of his stay will bea

public lecture which will keynotethe

iM a .While Ignatius Holland SpeakUnder weekend's activities at 8:15:
4 ( p.m. tonight In the University Audi-

x r' torium.
,
Secretary of the Army Paul R. Ignatius Ignatius Is scheduled to arrive by military air- The SPU will pass out leafletsat
will head a list of over 200 Army officers at the craft at 2 p.m. today. the lecture and will hold an all-
UF this weekend for the annual Florida Re- Ignatius was named Under Secretary of the Armyin
Serve Officers Association meeting. February following service as assistant Secretaryof (See MARCH, Page 7)BEETHOVEN'S )
the Army. He is a Harvard University professor.

Highlight of Ignatius' stay will be a public lecture Other highlights of the ROA meeting Include a
k which will keynote the weekend activities. It takes Saturday luncheon address by Senator Spessard L. NINTHSYMPHONY
f 5 + a place In the University Auditorium tonight at 8:15.It Holland and a 7:30 p.m. banquet address by Gen.

Is sponsored by the ROA and the university.A Watson.
Three other general officers are scheduled to be

Joint military review by the University's Air here for' the meeting. They are: Lt. General Will-

Force and Army R. O. T. C. honoring graduating iam H. S. Wright, chief of the Office of Reserve SET SUNDAYSee
senior cadets begins at 10:30 a.m. tomorrow on the Components, Department of the Army; Major Gen-

Drill Field. Lt. General Albert Watson, II, Command eral George A. Carver, commanding general, FourthU. ( Page 2))
General of the Third Army will be the reviewing S. Army Corps, Birmingham; and Major General
PAUL IGNATIUS officer. Louis 0. Gravely of Ocala.



Page 2 The Florida Alligator Friday,April 3, 1964
Biggest Peel
FIRST UF PERFORMANCE


Beethoven's Ninth Set For SundayThe Due

MondayFor
will be assistant
first local performance of fessional soloists from New York: cludes 385 performers. Robert Schieber
Beethoven's Ninth Symphony will Lynn Owen, soprano; Joanna Sponsored by the University's conductor.
take place In Florida Gymnasium Simon, mezzo-soprano; William Department of Music, the Lyceum Beethoven completed the Ninth
.Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. Greene, tenor; and Malcolm Smith Council and Student Government,
It will be performed by the Uni- bass. the ambitious production will be Symphony In 1824, and it has FinaleThe
versity Choir, the University The performance will be the An-
Choral Union, the UnlversitySym- nual Spring Concert of the four conducted by Edward Troupln and since been known as one of the

phony Orchestra and four pro- musical organizations which in- Dr. Elwood Keister._. greatest musical works.I biggest and best New
Orange
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Peel will go on sale, Monday,
said editor Stan Huguenin.
"The whole staff feels we've had
8, b a pretty big task In that we had
to change the image of'a maga-
zine. We've done the best possi-
i ble Job and have gotten better with


cy ; L4 each issue, this being the best.

I think we've proven that a pro-

'lit' fessional-looking general maga-
zine can be successful on this
...
,. campus," he said.

\)1 ; Huguenin was quick to point out

; iWILLIAM ___this Peel would also be the most
., : colorful. He cited that it features
w WBVMWIa, ... aarTtmrmmumnmm' mm tmmumafmfm _tM 21 pretty co-eds Including a "no
GREENE JOANNA SIMON LYNN OWEN 11MALC SMITHw complaints from the audience"
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News Media Peelmate, Betty Wendt, a tairwell
Against
Bryant CoverageTo from Kent (Bodies by) Fischer,
a partially censored comic strip,

Inform Public Of All Official MovesTALLAHASSEE The Fanorkin Passionate by Henry World Alexander of Fonda,the

dependable Pot-Shots, lots of car-
toons, and A few other surprises.
(UPI) -- Gov. urge to let you know about it and working for them 24 hours a day," available, Sen. George Smathers.And .
Farris Bryant said yesterday he felt no duty to do so." Bryant said. his press aide told newsmen
does not feel he has a duty to 4s a matter of fact, he Raid. The governor's office announcedon Inquiring as to his agenda that Looking over recent develop-
keep the public Informed throughthe ..ume of the business he conductedwas Tuesday Bryant would fly to he did not know and would not know ments, Huguenin 'said he wasn't
to the Old Peel
news media of his every official personal for a friend whom Washington Wednesday for con- where to reach him in case of an surprised see go
out of business.
move. he declined to identify and for ferences with the state's congressional : emergency.The .
Bryant told his news conferencethat this reason he said he went by delegation. Must of the governor said this was true. had comments about
reporters were not given the commercial plane and paid the congressmen were out of the city But he said his personal secretary, the Huguenin future. "This no is my last
reason for his visit to Washington fare from his own pocket. and as It turned out Bryant did Mrs. Lucile Rogers, did know issue," He said.
Wednesday "because I felt no "The public knows that I aw not even see the only one who was where he was and how to reach
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By MILLIE GORMANStaff

Writer

Half of what we have taught you Is no longer true," said Dr.

Joseph D. White,Dean of the College of Education, "except we don't know

which half"

ge In trying to point up the fact that things we learn today aren't neces-

1, sarily true tomorrow, White was quoting a statement made to a gradua-

ting medical class by the Dean of the medical school.

"The purpose of education is
ada *
to teach people to think for them-
-
,1- selves, not to give them pat answers -

lth Education Isn'tThe ."

A college education preparesthe

student to meet the problems

)- SQ Half Of It of scholarly the future manner in an said objective White. and


aIs Commenting on a report pre-
NEW YORK UPI) -- A group
pared by lOot America's lead-
i 1 of lOot America's leading edu-
1 ing educators and released by
said recently colleges in
cators
United Press International (UPI)
the United States need to overhaul
itt which claimed that two few
'itS their liberal arts education pro-
institutions! prepare students for
because they are failing
r grams the future, White said, it Is the job
rI to Americans for world
00 prepare of the student to be creative.
? leadership and responsibility.The .
"The student must take present
criticism of college pro-
knowledge and discover the means
_
\ contained In a final
was
' I It grams "
,11r a '' to solve new problems, he said.
of The
report on a special study
White added furthur emphasis to
College of World Affairs" financedby
;. his opinions by using the quote
a grant from the flaxen Founda-
made by anthropologist Margaret

e ; tion.The Mead which states that "The task
study was conducted under
...... / the chairmanship of John W. Na- of education is to teach peopleto
-I'MEN'S solve problems we have never
president of Carleton Collegeand
son
s.p t thought about by methods we have
formerly president of Swarth- "
never heard of.
College and of the Foreign
pp ,,, EXCLUSIVELY more Policy Association. In discussing the accusationsthat
colleges have failed the pur-
The report charges that "too
of a liberal education,White
poses
s few institutions. .in the 19!) years
said that he felt the report made
# since the war ended, have taken
certain accusations without
t vigorous action to educate our
evidence to back them up.
youth to meet the requirements of
the accusations true
I 'If are
'loo. changing world."
Men's Shop-5" a then I would agree with the con-
Many colleges and universities, "
clusions. he said.
according to the report,have failed

the purposes of liberal education
TRIMTAB & WHISTLER SHORTS
"by emasculating or cheapening

the curriculum, or by permittingthe ElectionDehaven

course structure and the college -

community Itself to become
Fleming was re-
with modes of living and
weedy
elected president of PI Kappa
antlethlcal to liberality
learning Phi social fraternity Wed-
mind and spirit."
of
nesday. Also elected were
i The committee said that colleges
Manuel James, secretaryand
H must be "Imbued with a strong
a ru Jim Powell, treasurer.
r sense of Institutional com-
mitment." Other officers elected
were Dili Partridge, war-
C "It must undergo one of funda-
.W h den; John Hancook, histor-
mental overhauls that has kept it
the newer. ian and Smokey Smith, cha-
alive for centurles..there must bea
plan.
re-formulation of purpose.

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Page 4 The Florida Alligator FridayApril 3,1964


Wading Across The Campus

-edl.1GCJ :i =aI 15 -

I was right under the dorm windows
heavenly downpour,
from a
(Editor's Note: The following
letter Is the last gasping remnantof nailed from the side by one of the Furthermore, don't you spend your
time walking on the grass to avoid
.
lawn sprinklers.Wow
copy left from the demised Agi
Just I dis- being hit by one of the sprinklers
as
valid It hit me.
tator. Since It makes some
A Toy Or Tool ? comments on a very real, noisy covered gravity when thatkumkuatfell (which are watering the sidewalksas

and fluid campus problem we believe and hit me on the head, I well as the greenery) only to
be run down by a pair of
tractors
it to be worth the effort perceived the giant UF mower-
mowing the lawn? Notice
required to squeeze it in.) sprinkler complex.The also
Letting your Imagination wade knee deep into the ridiculous, see if in how the tractors always work in
competition
are
sprinkler men You don't walk
EDITOR: pairs. around this
you can conjure up this picture.The men to see
with the mower
campus; you sprint!
An appalling condition exists who can work the most on the That reminds me of that letter
here on campus that I feel com- time the sprink-
The only
President of the United States has just appointed Dean Ruskas to take in hand grass. from that poor helpless thing in
typewriter
pelled .
off the mowers are going.It
Secretary of State. Admittedly the position is one of supreme Importance and expose. John's committee take lers are Graham who thought the men from
and the ability with which its functions are fulfilled could bea note! Is a vicious cycle. Hume were brutes not to offer hera

significant determination of the position of the free world. As I was traversing the campus Have you ever noticed how the seat on the campus bus. That
earlier today, protecting myself mowers start at about 6:00 a.m. Is a riot. If she is In good enough
shape to avoid the sprinklers (It

Mr. Rusk, however, Is a freshman member of the political scene, and Is Impossible to avoid the sprinklers -
during his short career his temerity has won him few political friends.So A Strengthening RelationshipEDITOR without doing that new step

when his appointment comes up for ratification by the Senate, he is called "the sprinkler-maze twise"

voted down by a substantial majority.Not way, "free love" is accepted In which will keep anyone In condi-
: many countries which also have tion) then she can stand for two

deep religious beliefs). It is my minutes on the bus. 'Course,
This letter is written as a reply -
being one to take such a defeat casually, Pres. Johnson, throughone to Mr. Smathers' commentson opinion that whenever two personsare maybe she just resigns herself to
of his assistants, Issues this bulletin: "Mr. Rusk will continue to sincerely In love with one a soaking everytime she goes out.
the 'Evolution of Sexual Aesthe-
hold his position of Secretary of State as an 'acting secretary'. Party ticism" and his belief that Mr. another, marriage Is not a nec- But I disgress, this mower
politics Is one thing, but the country deserves a man who will do a good Jahnlgen will be waiting for new essary prerequlsit for expressingthis sprinkler cycle must be shattered. -
job. If he continues to do such a good Job and he is again refused Ideas a long time. FurthermoreMr. love through sexual inter- Might I offer several solu-

approval, we will still keep him on." Smathers mentioned that he course. (Sometimes marriage may tions?

could not produce any new ideas. not even be: feasible because of First of all, could the UF Agricultural -

I do and did not claim that I different backgrounds and other department develop a
By now it is painfully obvious that our excursion into the ridiculousis difficulties maybe insurmountable strain of grass that does not require -
was capable of doing the Impossible -
an awkward attempt to draw a parallel to the position in which Student since it is quite obvious that ). However, I would advocate that we make the campusa
Government (SG) today finds itseU. John Hancock (lUC) was appointedto all ideas have been thought of intercourse only If the relationship rice paddy? (Reitz paddy)
the position of Secretary of Academic Affairs, refused approvalby violent vein
long before my arrival on good between the two people is strength- In a slightly more ,
the Legislative Council, and continues in office by just such a pro- Mother Earth, and only facts have ened through this expression of UF students could take rocks or

cedure as that mentioned above.If been added to human knowledge for love rather than destroyed. Ma- handgrenades to throw in the pathsof

the last few thousand years. ture persons can certainly foretell the tractors.
which path their relationship will One could carry rocks or hand-
However I do claim that each
this Is allowed to continue ,
government
travesty on responsible we
Individual make take them before they take this"fatal" grenades to throw at the groundmen.
MATURE
have no alternative to the judgment that Student Government either is can a
grossly misshapen in its organizational structure, or its membersare decision on the'sexual problemfor step. .
himself In any event, it Is now up to us,
without being told whatis
of Student Government of
making by
making no pretense nor
right and what is wrong. This George A. Jahlngen the students,to stop this unchristian -
especially FOR the students.It .
does not necessarily mean he believes 2UCP. and liberal menace.
in "free love." (By the S. 2UC does not mean I am 19 Signed,
or 20 either! George Elmore
Is a fundamental characteristic of legislative government, that

If the proper majority of the voting body can be convinced to be predju- The A Iii g ato r welcomes

diced, then their will, insofar as their constitutional power reaches, Letters to The Editor from A Preview Of Coming EventsEDITOR
shall prevail. Remedy must wait until they, themselves, must face our readers.

the voters.If .
The letters must be signed.all .
: lishment" that President Eisen-
-- signers will Include hower sought to divorce from the
the governmental process is not allowed to function as it was
a telephone number The forthcoming "meeting" of In his Farewell Addressfor
military
designed, then no matter how"Just" the reason, either the governmental
where they can be reached Florida Reserve Officers Associa- fear of shortsighted control of
structure should be changed, or the rickety facade of democratic
to verify the fact they tion Jointly sponsored by the UF our international policy by this
should be removed from its title.
process actually wrote the letterto and the ROA Is not to be acceptedas industrial military pressure

which their name is just another of the plethoraof group. The placement of Ignatiusas
Without belaboring the point further, questioning ihncock's ability, signed. seminars that a University pro- Assistant Army Secretary for
or probing the motives of the Legislative council, The Alligator concludesthat --names no longer will pogates. This "star studded" Installations and Logistics would
the present state of affairs should not be allowed to continue. Either be withheld unless the wri- gathering prompts a few essential strongly re-enforce the contentionthat

Hancock should be duly approved for the post, removed from office, or ter can show good reason thoughts. the interaction between Industry -

the whole system of legislative approval should be scrapped. for such action. This meeting is an alarming and the military results in

point in that the university (in an effort to maintain a cold war
While the comparison of Student Government with that of the United its academic sense) is not the paranoia. This paranoia encour-

States may seem like trying to Impose the same navigational responsibilities Who Reads 'em place for Industrial military ages wasteful defnese spending and

on the S. S. United States and a toy sailboat, we believe the strategists to gather. The military influence in political af-
point to be valid. presence of the generals in not fairs.
EDITOR:
1 1i conducive to the purely scholastic

i To subject oneself to the constitutional process whenever It coincides A cheer for W. C. N., and lavish goals of a university. Read ARMS AND THE BIG MON-
Highly significant is the back- the March issue of"Harper's.
EY MEN In
with one's immediate alms and Ignore it when it doesn't, is nothing more praise for his editorials -- they
ground of the guest speaker, PaulR. ."
than thinly disguised dictatorship..large or small. are superb. i
Ignatius. His position before
his affiliation with the Black 2UC
Mel
Army was ,
L
W. C. N. Glenn Starry, 3AS
within the same "Business Estab- Member S.P.U.




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Managing Editor ......................................................BlH Fuller
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have you done a Fditohal Editor .................................................Wayne Norfleet

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for lately
me Faature Editor .................................................Cynthia Tunstall

Campus Living Editor ......................................Judy Lynn Prince
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FridayApril 3, 1964 The Florida Alligator Page 5


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Date Desperately'- ONLY 72 HOURS ( \ ( ))$



"It was an April Fool's Day "bogus" April Fool edition Wednesday Calls from two whole fraternities -

I'll never forget." : a married man who was'Just HI! i iI'm

"We got over 75 calls,"she said curious," one faculty member -
That was the opinion of pretty,
yesterday, "and they're still com
somewhat flustered UF coed who 111<<." (single), and a long distance-
was the object of a colossal April call from High Springs were the
Fool joke that proved two things-- The ad said: "WANTEDThiscoed highlights of "The Day." Wa
that the world Is full of curious needs a date desperately this

people and that Alligator classi- Saturday night. I'm very cute,havean Most of the callers didn't want .

fied ads get results. excellent personality, and LOVE Miss Beasley to mention their Fondal I Fanorkin, kind ''
boys. I'll be glad to pick
you up
names to anyone else.
Miss Shirley Beasley, 3ED, a in my 1964 Stingray and will be of a typical UF coed

Sigma Kappa pledge from Lake more than happy to pay for your "They didn't want everybody to looking for a typical good

Butler, had her first name and supper. Please help me out. I'm know they were so curious," she timeand I found it in
telephone number placed in a "I desperate. Call Shirley." said. "About a third of the calls
need a date desparately Saturday The ad also included her tele- were serious though. They thoughtI the pages of the NOP. '

night" want ad in The Alligator's phone number. had really put the ad in." Look for me and my steady, f
She was quick to point out she ,
didn't. Letch Feely, in the ,

greatest Peel ever. +
Keller Battle She said the emotion that per-
meafed her apartment as the calls See i if I don't stack up ((11 1,1

continued to roll in until past 1 pretty well huh?
a.m. Wednesday night was one of

Takes New TwistEvents amazement."I .

really didn't expect anyoneto
in the Barbara Keller- dent Ken Kennedy has sent letter call us," she said. "But every-
Student Publications Board (SPR) to UF President J. Wayne Reitz body that did was so nice. It was
controversy took on a new twist nominating Keller for the vacancynow really wonderful getting to meetso
yesterday when It was revealed existing on the SPB. many people. We carried on at THE PASSIONATE
Student Government (SG) PresiAlaska Kennedy listed "various incon- least a three-minute conversationwith
sistencies" between the SG Con- almost everyone."
stitution and the SPB Charter as
WORLD OF
Plans the basis for the Board's refusalto "They" were she and her two
seat Miss Keller when she won i
roommates.
the office in February's campus

Debt IncreaseFor elections."I "Some people called Just to see

believe that. .the selectionof if I was real, she said. "And FONDALFANORKIN
Board members (in campus some thought they were going to
elections) must be construed as hear a prayer or some religious
RecoveryANCHORAGE a means of selecting nominees message over the phone.
rather than the final selection,"
Kennedy stated in the letter. "All alot of them did was just
Alaska (UPI) When contacted, Reitz said he laugh and laugh when I answeredthe
While President Johnson worked "
had not received Kennedy's letter phone. ----BUy ONE MONDAY
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yesterday on plans to help Alaska, and would make no decision until
residents of the earthquakeshattered The calls started at 8:30 a.m.
he hears from "both sides.
49th state proceeded with Wednesday morning and woke one
"I expected to hear from them
plans to help themselves.Gov. long before now," Reitz said. of Miss Beasley's two roommatesafter -4' KENT FISCHER after 5 years of Bodies, Fischer
William A. Egan proposedthat the paper barely had been .
John R. Farrell, law professorand
bids adieu to Peel readers ..
the state double its entire "on the streets" for an hour.
said "I
chairman of SPB, ,
public debt to $400 for every am delighted for President Reitz almost DON ADDIS Playboy's new discovery looks. at
man, woman and child In the stateto and what They continued in an 'n'
other
to make the decision, never-ending stream until the girls sex good things.
.
help the cost of rebuilding.In
pay
Washington, President John- ever ourselves his choice accordingly.is, we shall. govern decided it was bedtime and put the )f C STAN HUGUENIN after 4 issues of NOP's,

son was moving on two fronts to The person must concerned in phone in the Icebox. our editor takesJJ5jfcH Jes sheepskin in hand

provide federal aid. the controversy, Barbara Keller, "It kept ringing for a while and retires to answer letters to the Alligator.ON .
He named a special commission said she felt Kennedy's action then but it wasn't loud enough to
Wednesday night to draft long- "
was "personally, quite fair. keep us awake.
range aid for Alaska,and announced -
at the same time that he would She said she was only mad about ---- SALE ALL OVERGRADUATION----
Cuban Revolt
ask Congress for $50' million for the prank "when I first saw it,"
Immediately relief. and said one of the callers even

Johnson's request for the $50 May Be Near offered to help her get revengeon
million was expected to be pre- the prankster.But .
sented to Congress today or Fri- WASHINGTON (UPI) -Sen.Tho-
after "The Day" was finally Job Offers Alumni Kit Gifts for Grads
day. Most of the money would go mas J. Dodd, D-Conn, yesterday
for restoration of public facilities predicted a revolution in CubaIn over, a tired, but smug Miss Beas
"wouldn't if of her
in Alaska. the not too distant future. He ley say" any
75-would-be suiters had been
, At Anchorage, Gov. Egan told said those who hold that "Castrois suc- GIRLS
! a news conference Wednesday night here to stay" would Impede cessful.
that he would ask state legislatorsin such a revolt. "It's.,been a day I'll never 21 UF eauties Peelmate Betty (Wow I) Wendt

Juneau Friday to authorize a While he mentioned no names, forget. .-
$50 million bond issue which would Dodd apparently aimed his Senate .rW

take 30 years to repay. This wouldbe speech at Chairman J. William

the state's share of $500 mil- Fulbright, D-Ark., who said last Support a candidatewho FUN 'N' LAUGHSNew
lion which Egan hopes eventually week that the Fidel Castro govern-
STRONGLY
will be channeled Into Alaska with ment would not disappear over- Cartoons Jokes Satire
the help of the federal govern night unless the United States supports:
ment. wanted to Invade Cuba.

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Lambretta 150 LD. Good engine. The new polaroid Land Camera.
Univ. Extension 2832, window 1 inch dia. Thermo- Trousers W 35 x 31 L. Contact
phire ,
Fine low cost transportation.$100. Takes color plcutres. $40 savings.
MaGlll c/o Moores Trailer -
or Room 14, Fla. Union If interested call FR 6-3679. (A- Never been used. Call FR 2-0516. electric cooled Junction mountingfor Charles
Ave.
Park, 2330 E. University
detector. Good out to about
127-4t-c). (A-123-tf-c).
4.5 microns. Sapphire window (A-129-3t-c).
l For Sale l could be removed to be used in
NEW HOMES IN PINE FOREST. 125 L. P. records for sale. Individually MUST SELL by end of this tri-
high or low pressure chamber.
A few ready for Immediate occu- or as package deal at mester. Economical car. 1957.B. .
Cost $500. Sell $100. 2. Ten
8'x 30' mobile home and newly pancy. Gainesville's fastest grow- bargain price -- Half classical, narrow hand interference Filters M. W. Isetta with sun roof,very
constructed 10' x 20' cabana. Five ing new home community. VA, half popular. All records in good good condition. Excellent condi-
from 1. to 3.0 microns -- Cost
minutes from campus. Town and FHA, financing. Hugh Edward's, condition, many perfect. 2-3811. tion. $145. 2-6239 nightly. (A-
$30 $200 each sell all for $50.
Country Trailer Lodge 376-2865. Inc., N.E. 16th Ave. and 15th St. after 6:00 p.m. weekdays only. 3. OHAUS moisture balance -cost 131-3t-c).
A-1 24-5t-c 2-1551.A-70-tf-c). (A-121-tf-p).
W.A. Kelly. ( )
$300, sell $100 and other Infra-
I t MUST Sell by end of this tri-
inn red research equipment. Call W.
HEELS put on 5 minutes mester -- modern trailer 2 bed-
STARTS TONIGHT! 3 EXCITING HITSI E. Barker ext. 2022. Physics dept.
SOLES put on in 15 minutes (A-2t-130-p). room, full bath and kitchen. All
open 6:30; show at 7:15* see all 3 late as 9:08 -. aluminum outside and oak inside.In .

EXCLUSIVE FIRST AREA SHOWING MODERKTSHQIREPAIR Air conditioner in good condition.At exceptionally good condition.
$1095. See at lot 66 in Pinehurst
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SHOP a very reasonable price. For
NrN across from lit national bonk information contact Bill Wilcox Trailer Park or call 2-6239 nightly. -

Fl-- at FR 2-9363. (A-130-2t-p). (-131-3t-c).

DRIVI-IN JMIAVRI Gold reclining chair. Walnut desk.
100 Me.lAsr..Rsd R0 iR tfoll Square walnut end table. 6-5660.

(A-131-3t-c).

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refrigerator. 3 month old. New
caloric ultramatic gas stove also

McAJ other furniture In very good con-

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comfortable front corner-
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for 2 male students.Kitchen -
SAFE WAY
THE alert
stay and other privileges. 6-4592.

(B-104-tf-c).

without harmful stimulantsNoDoz FURNISHED APARTMENTS FOR

keeps you mentally Next time monotony makes RENT: Two bedroom furnished
alert with the same safe reyou feel drowsy while driving student apartments. Right near
fresher found in coffee and working or studying, do as campus. Will accomodate up to

'd.. tea. Yet NoDoz is faster, millions do. perk up with four students comfortably. Spec-
..... ,..: handier, more reliable. Absolutely safe, effective NoDoz tablets. ial summer rates. Call Mrs.
YOU WON'T BE THESAME -' .' t h I I not habit-forming.i Another fin*product ol Grows libontonei. Jones, FR 6-5636. So near campus
you need no car. (B-120-tf-c).
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ROIK ... Yes,Virginia, thereis
r ments. Suitable for 2-3 people,

a Dr. Strangelove" ,<.:, .; "'.:: :' $70 per month. 1829 N. W. 2nd
4 Ave. Suitable for 3-4 people, $100
shown twice and we areHOLDING .. .
per month. 1518 N. W. 4th Ave.
smelling I saltsavailable '.The"Best AmeripunMovie Tenants pay electric only. Also

10 ., available for fall trimester. Call
if Ell'Mlil In Years-! :
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needed ," : '-NEw YORKER' ___________
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ThisGreatFor A Peter Sellers.George C.Scott who needs a desirable place to
study. FR 2-7883. (B-111-tf-c).
2nd First Run Hit at 9:08
2nd BIG WEEK Strangelove
DAYTONA WAS NEVER LIKE THIS. .OR WAS IT? Dr.
One nice front bedroom, near Howard -
or:How I learned To Stop Worrying Johnson Restaurant. 2-4867.
APRIL 7
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campus. Air-conditioner.
/ ... "It Made Me Laff" Will accept 3 mature, quiet men

signed Modine Grunch students or faculty. 6-6494. (B-

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w:. BOBBY VINTON Hits! electric. April and August rent
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PATRICIA MURROW JACKIE DeSHlIHON FR. 6-7065. (B-129-3t-c).
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Upper division engineering stu- WANTED 1950-54 FORDS and

I For RentKeep I dent wanted to share air-condi- CHEVROLETS Al Hendon'sService Brazilian RevoltContinued

tioned 2 bedroom duplex at 825 Station. Located 916 S. E.
N. E. 8th Ave.
Your
share
of
cool this summer In Colo- 4th St. (C83c).
rent & utilities will be $50 month.

nial Manor apt. 55. For call Fringe 372- Marvin Moss, 230D Engr. Bldg. from Page 1)) chado da Silva, In a broadcast from
benefits In sub-letting, I Lost I
Ext. 2986. (B-131-3t-c). & FoundLost Florlanapolis, In Santa Catarina
7918 immediately. 4 rooms, good which deserted the embattled
state Rio Grande doSul
adjoining ,
and good neighbors. (B-
location .
Two-bedroom furnished president."The
apartment reported the fall of Porto Alegre
One brown spiral notebook.On .
126-4t-c). out In the
across r om law school. Hot and people are
several hours before the War Min-
______ cover is a small piece of the democratic
cold water furnished, streets celebrating
equipped white istry announcement.
EH
tape 496. Call Barbara -
CONDITIONED furnished kitchen. Available summer tri- victory," the Porto Alegre radio
NEW AIR 2-9669. After 5:00 He said he had drivenfromPorto -
apts. Bedroom and bath on mester. 372-2237. (B-131-3t-c). (L-131-lt-c. p.m. station said. The radio report Alegre to Florlanapolis,an hour

balcony. Kitchen dinette, and living said Gen. Cordeiro de Faria had away, to "report the city's fall"
room on main floor. Color- Sub-let April 13th to Sept. 13th: assumed command of the 3rd Army because Porto Alegre's radio sta-

ful full size appliances, washing Colonial Manor. One bedroom fur- I Help WantedSPARE I last major Brazilian military tions were off the air.

machines in each apartment. Walkto nished, air-condition apartment, unit to support Goulart's stand. Da SUva also reported that 3rd
University. Shown by resident $120 month. Will leave folding The War Ministry statement followed Army units within the city had
TIME. You can earn $40a
manager Apt. No.1. Campus chairs, table and miscellaneous day-long reports Indicating liberated it.
week commission by showingthe
Apts. 402 N. W. 18th St. FR 2- furnishings if desired. 372-7349. Viviane Woodard Pro- Goulart's defenses In Porto Ale- In Brasilia, Mazzllll set about
Beauty
). (B-131-3t-p). gre to be crumbling rapidly.
B-119-10t-c
3357.. ( gram. Call Johnny Turner 376- Reports from Argentine border Thursday building a new government -
lie left Goulart for the
Large clean apartment, electri- Air conditioned apt. for 2 patio 1480. 9-5 (E-120-15t-c). points cited wholesale defections army to handle.In .

city, hot, cold water furnished.$40 and barbeque. Behind HolidayInn. among 3rd Army units at frontier his first cabinet appointments,
Summer rates Call 372-7724. Wanted waiters for summer tri- Rebel radio reports cited
and $65 per month. (B-131-3t-c). posts. Mazzilli named Francisco Assls .
mester. Must be
21. Gatehouse
3rd Place. FR 22946or crumbling resistance.A .
1614 N. W.
Correa Melo to be air minister,
Restaurant. 1222
FR 2-7366. (B-128-5t-c). W. UniversityAve. congressman, Alexandre Ma-
Car Rental 1 Call 6-5843. (E-123-tf-c). Gen. Arturo Costa Silva as war
minister and Adm. Augusto Rade-
Clean single rooms, $20 and $25 macker to be navy minister.

per month. For men only, three ECONO-CAR. No additional I I Mazzilll also appointed Gen.Andrew -
blocks from university. 1614 N.W. charge to drop-off car In down- Autos No New Fernandes to head his mili-

3rd Place. FR 2-2946 or FR 2- town Jacksonville or at our office tary household and Deputy Getullo

7366. (B-128-5t-c). adjacent to Imeson Airport. FR 58 Triumph TR 3. Wire wheels, Moura as presidential minister.In .

> 6-3644 or In Jacksonville 353-7419. tonneau cover, radio, heater, one Washington, the State Depart-

Most Fabulous apartment in (N-119-3t-c). owner. $435. Call 376-8385. (G- LeadsCampus ment said U. S. diplomatic relations -
Gainesville available to .
highest 130-4t-p)
with Brazil were continu-
bidder. Swimming pool, 1 mile -- ing. The department has taken
from Campus, appointments Mon- I WantedWANTED I PLYMOUTH1952 Two door. the position that Mazzilll Is the
day and Tuesday. Call Jim Cain Standard transmission, 6 cylinder
police reportedtoday legal successor to the presidencyunder
atG-8714.B-130-2t-c). radio. Good condition. $120. Call
that they have no new Brazil's constitution.
: A 1958 Ford automo- Guy Metzger FR 2-9307G-130-
ROOMING HOUSE located 2 blocks bile -- 6 cyl. standard transmis- 3t-c). leads on the whereaboutsof

from campus, single or double sion preferred. Call 2-5980 right '1959 Fiat Good condition, Albert, the University's /MarchContinued
missing gator.
away. (C-130-2t-c)
Also kitchen and
rooms. living First $195 takes it. May be seen
room. Call 2-2726 or see at 304 on campus. Call ext. 2039. (G-
Would like three roommates for
N.W. 15th st. (B-130-4t-c). the full-term summer trimester. 131-3t-c) Dick Gober, student body ( from Page 1))

Three bedroom house off campus. vice-president, said thatif night vigil Saturday night near the
To sub-lease for summer tri- $140 per month. Call Gail Sober- I Services I Albert Is not located,stu- entrance of the J. mills Miller

mester: sharp, wood-paneled Ing -- 372-5982. (C-131-3t-p). dent government and the Health Center chapel where ROA
apartment, close to campus. Per- administration will begin will hold services Sunday morning.
fect for 2 or 3. Call 2-9712. The public lecture Is sponsoredby
WANTED: Roommate to share air- NESTOR'S -- TV, RADIO, IIIFI proceedings next fall to
(B-131-3t-c). the ROA and the university.Jim .
conditioned apartment. Two blocks SERVICE. Tubes checked free. acquire a new 'gator
Dacey 7AS chairman of
from campus. $70 a month $35 Free estimates. Next to Florida mascot. ,
3 bedroom, air-conditioned apt. direct action projects committeeof
Bookstore parking lot. 1627 N. W.
per person. Pay electricity only.
3 blocks from campus. $100 for the SPU, said the group expects -
Should have car. Call 6-4163. 1st Ave. Phone FR 2-7326. (M- "Albert was bought from
3-$110 for 4. Call 372-0481 after approximately 15 or
(C129-tf-c). 67-MWF-c). the Ross Allen
Reptile
9:00 ONLY. (B-131-3t-c). 20 people to participate.
__ \ ..c ._ Farm In Silver Springs," "The purpose Is to raise ques- ,.
said Gober, "and I assumewe
..- tions concerning U.S. mili-
:
will obtain alli-
a new
tary policies abroad especially In
: : gator from the same farm. Viet Nam and Cuba and the domestic -

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Florida-Auburn baseball games for the last two years have Upsilon fraternity and Big-
practically decided the winner of the Eastern Division of the South- ham Section of Hume Area will
eastern Conference (SEC). There is a lot of team spirit on both teams meet today in a softball encounter,
and the stands are always filled to capacity. .with the winner copping the All-
Last year when we traveled to Auburn, our trainer Jim (Oh Great Campus softball championship.The .
White Whale) Cunningham was walking from the bus to the dugout. An y game is set for 4:45 p.m.
Auburn fan said, "Hey, aren't you the ice-cream man?" h 6y at Beta Field. Delta Upsilon wona
Cunningham just looked at the guy for about 10 seconds saying nothing. spot in the finals by coppingthe
Cunningham is a pretty big boy. FLORIDA'S UNDEFEATED GOLD DUST TWINS Blue League championship.
The fan said, "Forget the ice-cream sandwich. I'll find It somewhereelse. Bigham won the campus softball
." lie made a hasty retreat. are, left, Dan Griffin and, right, Adrian Zabala. tournament in the dormitory lea-

Last year at Auburn we had two rough games. In the first game on Both of the sophomore pitchers are 1-0 on the seasor ,d gue.Sigma
Friday, Danny Eggart was relieved by Jimmy Elliott in the 5th Inning. Nu, Orange League cham-
Eggart left the field in a huff. Coach Fuller said, "Anderson, you have helped to give the Gators the most talented and pion, will not be represented in
better go throw some. Eggart, you catch him." deepest hurling staff in the SEC. Griffin hails from Fer- the tournament. Sigma Nu representatives -
Anderson lazily got up and started for the bullpen. Eggart followed nandina while Zabala is a Jacksonville native. said the "time ele-
S talking to himself. ment Involved" would hinder the
While Anderson was warming up in the bullpen with Eggart, there wasa participation of their fraternity in
collision at second base between Auburn's left fielder and our short- the eliminations.
stop, Randy (Scooter) Morcroft. The Auburn runner was trying to breakup The Alligator, sponsor of the
+ a double play. He and Morcroft ran together knocking them both out. Rivals Collide all-campus joust,is donating a tro-
Trainer Jim started for the field. phy to the DU-Bigham winner.The
Charlie Anderson turned to look at the scene. He shouldn't have trophy will be awarded Immedia-
turned his back to Eggart. Eggart was still mad at himself and he tely after the game.
didn't see Anderson turn. He cut loose with one and he caught Charlie In Tigers rDen'While The starting lineup announcedby
behind the hAad. Anderson went out cold. Bigham will Include: Cal Rie-
Two years ago we had a good average tor stolen bases. Auburn chelle (p), Norm KernerC),Glenn
wanted to stop us on the base paths -- so they added about five inches Florida head coach Dave batted-In. Third baseman Earl Dunn (IB), Mark Springer (2B),
of sand to the Infield Fuller would like to see some Montgomery has had a hot bat in Jeff Pardee (SS), Tom Oatway
Late Friday night, about six of us and trainer Jim made a quiet batting punch come forth during an conference games,connecting for a (3B), Leonard Hall (SF), Preston
trip to the Auburn field. We climbed the fence and with rakes, shovels, Important two-game SEC baseball .389 average, while first baseman Bevilbiss (LF), Skip Peddigrew
and a couple of wheel barrows, we cleaned most of the sand off the series in Auburn today and tomorrow Tom Shannon has a .353SEC aver- (CF) and Phil Copare (RF).
Infield. he can't complain over age.
Auburn had a freshman game Saturday morning. They played on pitching.The FastestIt's
the field without changing the surface. After the freshman game they Gators, in running up a perfect Fuller is uncertain as to his Dupree
put the sand back on the Infield. 5-0 Eastern Division chart, pitchers in the Auburn series.Junior official, fullback Larry Du-
We took our pre-game batting practice at 12:30 p.m. We used most have gotten brilliant hurling out of Danny Eggart of Pensacola, pree is the fastest man on the UF
of our time cleaning the sand back off. When Auburn came out to hit five different men, each of whom who blanked Georgia on three hits football squad.
at 1:00 p.m. they really raised the roof. now stands 1-0 in the league. in his other astern Division start, Gator coaches timed all mem-
I Auburn used most of their batting practice putting it back on the Only five earned runs have been is likely hurler in one of the two bers of the squad the final week
infield. We had to play with the sand up to our knees but we won the scored against Florida in the con- games. of spring practice, running themin
SEC last year despite Auburn. ference, an average of one per Either Charles Anderson or Jim the 40-yard-dash, and yester-
game, and just 21 hits, just a Biggart is another probably starter. day released the times of the top
shade over four per outing. Anderson got credit for a boys.
Trackmen Host Gator bats have been relatively win over Vanderbilt in relief, then Dupree was clocked in 4.55 for
silent, however, and this Is the went eight innings against Georgia the 40, extremely good speed for
department which Fuller believes Tech, allowing no earned runs and that distance. Next In line were
Tech/Seminoles will have to be improved to win fanning 11, but the victory went to halfbacks Jimmy Jordan and Hal
t in the SEC. relief man Adrian Zabala. Seymour (4.6).
Top Florida hitter is sophomore
Switching a meet scheduled later in the season will give the UF Bill Blomgren of Ft. Lauderdale,
two dual meet track opponents tomorrow In Georgia Tech and FSU. and he teams with captain Jim Dun-
Coach Percy Beard's Gators were originally scheduled to face can to provide the only two Ga- 1
the Jackets In a SEC opener in Gainesville, but will now clash with tors over the .300 mark.
both teams on a dual-meet basis. Counting the SEC games only,
The Jackets of Norris Dean will be paced by a group of football Blomgren is way out front witha
stars, with Jacksonville's Gerry Bussell the most outstanding entry. .474 batting average and 11 runs- iMidnight
i
FSU has swept easily past three
foes this season -- Miami, Fur-
man and South Carolina -- and .
boasts some of the Deep South's I Star Evening Star Vogue
F
top times and distances.
M
Among the better known Semi-
noles are shot-discus ace Al Williams -
.
i a recent Florida Relays APRIL 4
champion, pole vaulter Don Farris, r r 't t f
who has done 14-6 1/4 this year, Get\4N
I' and a trio of sprinters who have \ K
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finished 1-2-3 in the 100 In every '-N\
'\e1 \
meet this year. \

This list Includes Bob Sable, Angel's Wing Tangiers Astral
Hutch Johnson and Al Cato, with
Cato's 9.5 being the fastest time
recorded. Jerry McDaniel is undefeated -
Whichis
in dual meet competitionin s M R'RPW
the 440( and 220 and recently
turned In a 21.9 run on the curveIn
the 220.Against. your

these Beard will senda .
33-man squad led b) captain favorite PArtcarved
Pete Rowe of Springfield, Va., a
440, hurdles and relay man,sprinter -

George Leach of Tampa,secondin Univ. Ave.
the 100 in the Florida Relays
and a 9.5 man himself over that *
distance, J javelin thrower Pete ) .
Skafte, recent Florida Reays;

champion, versatile Jerry VUl- 8 DIAMOND and WEDDING RINGS
son of Miami, who competes In qs 1i a1tC:1s, ;u11 _
the broad jump and hop-step-Jump
and Jim Brown, a crack 880 man
from Franklin Pa. Gainesville's Quality Jewelers

Field events start tomorrow at
1:30 p.m., with running events
scheduled to begin at 2 p.m. tkQrLbotdft @

The FSU meet is being movedup Time Trials at 7:00 pm, First Race at 8:00 pm MEMBER AMERICAN
from its original date of April RACES EVERY SAT. NIGHT OEM IOCIUYPage

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The Florida Alligator Police Hunt Assailant tni!n L t th II! Im nLa l HI o I ~ w lkbI }tI hV thf Kur Is 1, *d{,b 5* lit u 'Iti k a ii I. I' w \II I> 'IS iirir iiu (ICItS Al egre Captured By Rebels 1W) [D. TANFlw) (UPI) -The War Ministry .irnournced yesterday that rebel troops have crushed resistance and seized control in Porto Alegre where President Joao Goulart has fled for a lastditch fight against his ouster. The official statement made no mention of the fate or whereabouts of Goulart or that of hIs antiAmerican brother-in-law, Federal Deputy Leone! Brizola, but political sources In Rio do .Ianeiro said they had fledd' Porto Alegr., ppirently for Montevideo, Uruguay. More than a millionpeople poured into Rio '1e Janeiro streets in an anti-communist victory ridebration. Ticker tape floated down (iorn skyscrapers. Throngs in Rio Branco Avenue b I r e placards reading "Reforms with God' and "'Thanks to (oP conrnmusnm has bee n ceased.' Blut te,.&i ho k into choiking >11 ,eVer ii susp>'Its thit the girls have colliwup with. Police IInning tar seen pai kuli near the. sctere if tlie iridenits. Watson said this w is the first reported of this sort reideiit since last trimester when a girl was assaulted near Grove Hall. 'This sort or luing pucks up when the weather gets warmer," hie said. Waits(,n said that police are also checking cr1 a report of a nude youth seen in the area of the Century Tower at about 6:30 Thursday morning. lie said that the description of this boy fits the description of the Wednesday night assailant. "Ithink ciur c bane.s of i ncdinbg the boy are much better than usual in this case, since so many girls were able to desci be him," sid Watson. Watson advises coedb riot to walk adone on ( ampus at night. "I would suggest thit girls trivel it least In paI rs if riot ini groups of three or four,* even if this means that they have to wil for someone to go with them.' .G? Here 74 ~ --.3: N~i 4IUII a & .*. -c v.' At. -. iLes Thle latest victims of the tri mester system nlow rests in peac.' next to the Century Tower. A fresh plot of ground tojped off with string, ad pInk 'zale a. p a'ciidI n, iot of the headstone mark the huiIa! spot or the Ill stuielit who lied dunrung thu "i "t loeadstoi eads: i .p pilyhlx,,rd Joe .to, (ollege 1942 -191>4 lied of t rimnteritis when his head exploded April I, l1 Slijrlida I oc ue ni S hive been paying their ILst risperts it the gr iv. t throughout the
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FIRST UF PERFORMANCE Beethoven's I i'' y I' h i hot al 'n nh phioiy (r liedt F S WILLIAM <>1 Ninth Set For Sunday e' I I I i I 1 hi 1 | | it! p~l Nily yrmI C GREENE Bryant T o TAl LAhASSEE (Up!) -Gjoy. Fartis Bryant said yesterday he does not feel he has a duty to Tar i',~ ;r 'ft nijil -sprhrI; ( lh vt~ the u JOANNA SIMON Against Public )rLndictedl Ii F iwV, I Irui Di. El[woxd Keistei. K I ',K,id Ik. LYNN -1~ OWEN MALCOLM SMITH News Media Of urge to let you know about it and felt no duty to do so.'' As a mattr of fact, he 'aid. All Coverage Official working ror them 24 hours a day,"' Bryant said. The governor's off ice announced k0ep th10 pubnic Inlormedc thirougn ,tome of the business he conducted on tuesday Bryant would fly to the news media of his every ofwas personal for a friend whom Washington Wednesday for 0nfieil move. he declined to identify and for ferences with the state's (ongres.Bryant told his news conference this reason he said he went by sional delegation. Muust of the that reporters were notglven the commercial plane and paid the congressmen were out of the c ity reason ror his visit to Washingrare from his own pocket. and as It turned out Bryant did ton Wednesday "because I felt no "The public knows that I avn nt evprn see the only one who was Moves available, Sen. George Srnathers. And his press aide told newsmen inquiring as to his agenda that he did not know and would not know where to reach him in case of an emergency. The governor said this was true. Buit he s~,id his personal secretary, Mrs. I ucile lRogers, did know where he wam and how to reach him if absolutely necessary. Due Mc Pee I nfday [eel will zo Il s Ale, stiul editor Strn Iluguemci "Thie whole St iff Ceeis Wv pretty big ttsk in th it to elhalige tht1 mage o znc. We've iionF the e ,t p ble job itid hive gotten ier each Issue, this being the; I think we've proven that i fesslonal-looking general n zine can be Surce,\fiut fn i campus,' tie said. pI 0'| 'Ia Huguemin was quirk to pomtt this Peel would also be thLC nL('' colorful, He cited that It fet'i 21 pretty co-eds including i"n complaints from the audwum a partially censored comic strip, The passionate World of F onriat Fanorkin by Henry Alexander tie dependable Pot-Shots, lots of itatoos, and few other surpi ises. Looking over nments, Huguenin surprised to see out of business. recent developsaid he wtz~n't the Old Pee! go Iluguenin had niocomments abolt the future. "This Is mry last Issue," he said. NEW! mm the new wi HELENE CURTIS en 3)y to lovely, Touch lustrous hair I ~tg '--A e Inf norm .) s'i uri I ut a will botheAn^

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Think ng,NotFacts ~4r r .2 ) 4 / N vt~ t I Education's ''lTI k i A IC 'I I 5 EducaionCIsn't The Half Of I \L n t 111 dy uN'i.tmll i&'mltlh riile of swilouiPo IIT hvI As n ltilhl. hi \Tiriy i tII'R4S. rh .ilt vht m, itrili to waii i-pt, hiivi flikuhi Stht urtiuth, or y irimnitliwf keg. com'rlouuy itself to it orue weedy with mrodes of llviig n leairuhing ihtithlis ii I(I Iher~ilhty of mird ,,rii lpirit."' The1110mmiieji4Idthat ioiler's must lie "ibued with tog sense of Inst liui tonal conmit ment" It must iuude rgo one if fitrd amealoverhauls tat has kept" i dlive for r.'nturjes.thvre must be re -formulit ion of purpose. Yesterday's ad mistakenly Midnight Sole hours. Th during regular store howr and 'tl530 pm Soturdo iti'!ii'll iii *1 ituo. I 0 eidii itio iiiIs Iiio liuk 11te h tuIn pht hIT'\l li I t' I t ii ii th ut Il tt Mt~it fihi Ist i slh ti k I,' live. Ii Ih' ,t 1hit hI 'it I u tti*' li th I tu I .u I 'ilpli iiu sh IT 'di i f t in list issing thut hcIOi't~S hA TXrtam ii .u evalent I t 0 h l k tulitehlte aI,.v. t ltI wiuht Ihl iTS vp. iui 'ILII wi ld h i wih. y> listed Roi e sale is go rs only; 'til y 227 West ujnfree Ltd. University alt ~-< L Goa --Election Sell.uvtn I 1Q1ming Was Ie.,Iertehi jlr'%hIlnt of 1>Kappai Pi stitll rriterriy Wednesday. Also et'Id{ WerQ Mariuri 'I 'mI set retary .rxd lim, lows. I, I reasurer. Other officers ejerted nire lii 1'art rldgs, war dlen; J oht liaiwook, his br Ian and Smnok.'y Smuith, cha.ing on 9 tonight i ..3. h a I r toe .' .jl., 1[ lill i 'r' \t i | I it' sl I le r' is tiell't Isle its i | R r le ti t, It ', its il 1 r 1', er a i 11 ., 40 il Das esE itill !" silta it meet m in lilli pligilles tlus pinbletus abierD\e alid ne true tile cou-

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editorials A ading8 Across The Campu> 1 1111 l I,!. ij F p J~ ~ s b II S i .' K''i' lI'. l yill {| f l ll .I 1 t is | lie 'resnlent of the jilted state, has just ilppcentedi 'cin FRisk 4.5 Sec'retary of State. Ariitteily tie jpsitioni o ni of supreme iiipoirtarire, pid the ability within whci N it, funitiuiis ir, fulfillIt julsi he a signmficmnt detgermlinatlon of the position of tie freworld. Mr. Piusk, however is It fi eti uan rnrmtwr luring h is short c arter his temerity hias won So when his appxultmient I omus up for rihtifo voitert down by a substantial miiority. here in .hFamphs thit I fel inipiiel it a e tp w ie ihi As [ C.r Iic r 0' thl polI th al s, .p himt few politktal friends. atimii by the Senate, tie is Not lhing one to take sue i a diefect casualls, 'ris. Fohnsori, thinnugh On. of his assistants, issws this bulletin "Mr. Husk will r rintinup to holdi his position of Secretars of State a~s in '.ting secretity'. l'arti plities is one thing, but the ( ',iitry deserves :a mial who will flo a goo~t Joh. If he (Ontinules to tio such I gorid jetb .inkl h is .g.nni retuserd ,approval, we will ,ttll kee;, himu ott. By now it is painfully obvious that our 5s all awkwarud attempt lo draw parallel to Government (SG) today finds itself. lohn to the position of Secretary (If Academ, by Iih. [ egisl.,ttv. (otiticil, and 4 / a-The Florida Alligator Served by united Press International Editor .W.wakr Lundy managingg E ditor ...,.,. BIM FUjIr Assistant \ anaglng Editor .,,.,.Johri Askins I ltorijl Edior .Wan Norfinet -ports E ditor.,.Glenfl LAnCY atuire Editor .Cynthia Tuznstal C mpus Living Editor .*.*.**.,,.udy Lynn Prince S knt r.a As si tants ,.,, [.rr, Lit, Gail Sobering, Bhtty wendt, Eetsy Oar rison, St Me \. aughn, Sue Dabble, Charner Powell, Rual chandler, Pete Hathaway, wri Dave Berkowitz. Peporters .Jim Castello. Phil Hevener, JoelGaston, Donita Mathisonl, Carol Nobis An Carter, Ice Kollin, Agnes Fowles, FflflSider, Juds Teich, Fi an Eagle. George Mims, phil GCyer, Don F.Mdrna, i jl i I ? l IT a'lilli tor livi't kipus; Will sprit That rmiids rie of that flum that powr lelpiess th' T~rham who I bought the run ii Illinie were brutes iiot to (lei Seat on the campus Itus. 5 isa riot. I she is III good cio shape to avoid the spriciklersi is impossible to avoid the spt ,, lers without doing that news dialed ''the sprinkler-in izetwi which will keep anyotir in 04'n'ii tion) then sIhe canl st iid torto Tinl~utes ow the bus. uc maybe she just resigns tel seeP ii a soaking evetyti me she gots But I digress thI i, os sprinkler cycle trust be sh i -ed. Might I offer ~everaiI ,' I tioriK F irst of all,
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'WANTED--I Date Need Desperately' [I w 'Itm "bas 'i\ III1 \p1i I ,o to i g t.' i t wi> the (,piOnm A a pi I! hat fluste ed IF coed St t who athe object of a (olussil April I Io joke that proved two things-rhit the world Is full of (uriois people and that Alligator (lassi ut get results. Miss Shirley Beasley, 3M), a mazrl. Kappa pledge from lake lttler, had her first name and telephone number placed In a "I neda date diesparately Saturday I,,.h~t" want ad In The Alligator's Takes I vents >1tudnt P .ntover .steritay in the Barbara Kellerublicatuons Board (Sl'R) sy took 0Th 3 new twl't when it was revealed ove, imerit (SGQ Pres IAakla 5 Debt Ie Po r Re Pans n Crease Covery AN(!-IRAGE, Alaska (tJPI) while President Johnson worked frsterday on plans to help Alaska, residents of the earthquake-shattered 49th state proceeded with plans to help themselves. GJoy. William A. Egan proposed that the state double its entire public debt -to $400 for every mnan woman ade chl Inthe sttIn Washington, President Johnson was moving on two fronts to provide federal aid. He named a special commission Wednesday night to draft longrange aid for Alaska, ai.d announced at the same time that he would ask Congress for $50 million for immediately relief. Johnson's request for the $50 million was expected to be presented to Congress today or Friday. Most of the money would go for restoration of public facilities to Alaska. At Anchorage, Goy. Egan told a news conference Wednesday night that he would ask state legislators ill Juneau Friday to authorize a $50 million bond issue which would lake 30 years to repay. This would be the state's share of $500 million which Egain hopes eventually will be channeled into Alaska with the help of the federal government. The id sax!: "A~ AI I D -Ih coti needs a late dlespir'itell tihs Saturday night. l'mi ver ue a in excelieiitpIrs}ialltv inl )\ I I)Jys. I'll be KIet to ,ick ,nu ip Ln my l1%4 stinrhera ii will be more tham happy topay Uki v(PII supper. Plea~st help me out, l'hr desperate, till sils" The ad also included her tlephone number. Batte Twist cit.nt 'cii K e cdx Ihas ,enI a letter to 1[ P'resident I. Wayne Retiz nonuliatlng Keller tipt tthe vII IhnCy now existing on the PB. Kennerdy listed ''varIous incols'stenCIC 1M" between t he Si. Coistitutlon and the S P1 (harteCr AS the lhas1' foI t "or' refusal to seat Miss Keller when she won the office iinIo 1eri ary% SC 1mpu, e let Ions. ol Board miemhbels In Camlpus elections) mint 1w conistrtleil as Reniredy stated in the letter. When contacted, Reltz said he had not received Kennedy's letter and would make no decision until he hears from 'both sides.'' ''I expected to hear from then, long before now,' jRtit/ said. am delighted for President Reitz to make the decision, andi whatever his choice Is, we shall govern ourselves accordingly.' Thle person :nsst concerned in the controversy, Barbara Keller, said she felt Kennedy's action was ''personally, quite fair.'' Cuban Revolt May Be Near WASHINGTON (UP!) -Sen.Trhomas J. Dodd, D-Conn, yesterday predicted a revolution in Cuba in the not too distant future. He said those who hold that 'Castro is here to stay" would Impede such a revolt. While he mentioned nio names, Dodd apparently aimed his Senate speech at Chairman J. William Fulbright, D-Ark., who said last week that the FidelCastrogovernment would not disappear overnight unrles s the United States wanted to invade Cuba. HI DPI siltI ill IFIRhIIK lit I IL I>' 4 i~' >111 I lit I I~+* II imvt. tip uli 'nt elm knwthny wete t' I iut)ls,' hie -aid. 'Atwut .a thi ol thte Itls were sel its though. Thity thought I had reahli put Ii. hi ii-" She w us quil k to lp)ihi out slht She said th, 'nmtto that pr meateul her upartmieiit 14 thi c ills tontuixued to oil ii UnttI It I 3.m1. Wednesday uight w is tin' it "[really ditilit expect in ne to tall is,"' she stid. '"hut evet vIlohby that 11(d Wab 50 iii' .It w IS really wtoiderhul v~ett lng to me so mlaty people. We partlect on lt least a thice-nilulte (jhivtrsat14'l with almost everyone.'' Sroohimates. if I wvas real, she s,id. 'Anti sonmc thought they w,'r, gomhis to lear a prav.' or Momie riligihi> 'All iliji Of them, (iii wa.s just liugh, and laugh whit, I hnSwe' ii the phone.'' The (ails started at M:30 a.m,. Wednesday mornIng and woke tile of Miss Beasley's two r(.(rmmrates after the p aper ba rely ad be ''on the streets'' fur all hioir. never-ending sream until the girl decided it W.S bedtime and put the phone in the icebox. "it kept ringing for a while then but it wasn't loud enough to keep us awake." She said she was only mad about the prank 'when I first saw it, and said one of the callers even offered to help her et reve"nge on the prankster. But after "The flay' was finally over, a tired, but smug Miss Bessley 'wouldn't say" if any of her 75-would-be suiters had bnensuccessful "It's been a d ay I'll never forget." Support a who STRO candidate NGLY r l'm of Fondal typica Fano rkn, I UF coed looking For a typical good time -and I found it in the poges oF the NOP. Look for me and my steady Letch Feely,, in the greatest Peel ever. See if I don't stack up pretty well, huh9 TH E PASS IONA TE WORLD OF FONDAL' FANOR I ---BUY ONE MDNDAY-* KENT FISCH ER -after 5 years of Bodies, bids adieu to Peel readers fr DON ADDIS -Playboy's new discovery I sex ,i other good things. STAN HUGUENIN -after 4 issues of N( our editor tokes s~ sheepskins and retires to answer letters to the Ailiga ----ON SA LE A LL OVE R---GRADUATION GIR LS 2] UF B ecuties FUN N' L AUGHS New Cartoons -Jokes -Satire THE SOUTH'S FOREMOST COLLEGE NE W Fischer ooks at OP's, in hand tor. p I A t1L 19 *~ New Job Offers -Alumni Kit -Gifts for Grads -Peelmiate Betty (Wow!I) Wendt CMON~ IIAMf! riE 4Areuousa Isn'T ThAT CASUAL Vt z2zz supports: A University System with a MINIMUM of political interferenc and a MAXIMUM o academic freedom. Its LIIflLI MAGAZINE Hwa o e

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CLASSIFIEDSL |\I, isti LiE ] ]ii l ', I t II I141i11 rip' l 11 h i r. Iii I lV I l It'r. lj li[1:'t. \ | i ii e lw i h iliehl i r, 1,-( 1 nuez -Ap. N .1. alililt A ,t' LII III ll i [lii .I F -It TII(Iihth. FOP 11 luuiilx, tir llii ks Ironi iIm'4lslty, lholl liii Plc. FH I2-2 1 i, cii I NIot I .Iulolls ip 1i t mug' uII I Iide~r. SwIrltlliLi [1001, I il Itie ILL]m Ilueslday. ( ill limii in HOMIN(F, )LUSL locaitedI 2 locks I rip 'alnpils, ,ingli or double rIXITTS. Also kitrihel and lIviing 1144m. ( it! 2-2726 or see at 304 N .W. Iti St. (I-I .S-4t.->. I,, sipl-leis, fiji sUmmlTE tiilustel siiarp, wojid-ji ii ei' I ci Iio t Foi 2 II I. ( dI 2-97 -'. .I blocks Ii 0m1 lhmplS 5l0 -$110 tot 4. (. ll 372-I) 1 9)0 oN[ I. (IL-l.3-3t-c). 0 bri 'O' | '. Ii' \ 'I Lost & Found I Help Wanted II| Il II| \I tI 1 ls ill 1I. .I 'll: 'I i|| 'IIna i ti |-yl I t al I, I I ii Lo i, liltl p'il. IL ,I I i 1 i II. Wanted \WANTF I) A l'lH it oii ittOmiI1)114 -Ii uyI. standill trnismiiswvOiilt k. three Ir) Immll tes (II $l4li pr mupth. ( Il (sil Sobel ini -G2-%'l2. I ( -131-.St-id \r AN I I. IRoormrut. to sl:iie ill-. icplditxrwcI upartirmirt. Twvchlinks 0111 campus. $70 r uiuthl -$-, per Iurcou. lijy eletil itv uzly. Shlull luive u Ar. I!d -4b. ( 2l-IfI. II 'iI1, I I i I I I I luL. I. Ill! IiI~.i II' f'Vii'i si i. ui ll 171.-ail a, '' ''" '"It" d iiad I isiathissili LI flindeIr I juio. (txjid qopiultlip. $12 1 ,1. Gui Mufeie I I 2-PjO?. G.' -Ii rsi $l9, uik,, it. Mlay bi .'e In 31A.nu. ( t 0 amiServices SI Id F. I ret eti Books cii 1st Ave. ,t s pairko I htoti I \ us Next to F I -7 h. |I| I I N. W. NIBrazilin [ [I], 'I'1 I I I I \ N I I i ii slt i I I! Illiil [ t [\ u l l i ium IhlI uiit iIlluh No New Leads Ihmhpis pil rut Albeit, I,, ice eptip I lugv po ew I luuui'"s Ill'r i' st [)irk (.tint sI lipithxurI vII l)preidtIt, sppi fhipi .Ipii~rt Itm w ill IMtL pr Idn P Id 'K t I sp ill 1 ht gIng wV. wvII utbt ii' i putw ,liigaoII L IIt s ul i l. ueu i in [i i'u'l~i 11111 r i h pii'ip I I 4 III ii ilse Is K'''' Iii II ipp iiste Ai prid,tu*i uIls tuil pup' Fl' Stilt'epirt hlp'. lTp, uleplu mni his takent Itlil spu',ssuIt lit hi pi 'slclniy (Continued from Page I) IM(en juti 41ie (1A wlvII holul sup Vu esuSlr Vy mIrligI. Ihp. lhiI, I, I'ut mji ipis(,redi by thp, Ut A iindi ih Vt1 vsity. Ji,,ne 7A5, ulutir in if di'et ulonpI(IJII s flmiittee it tip, Sill spli tip, niu ixrscts IaupLIOXII mily iii'g Iih' jill NIi' Is lii iI. l i esPly ;sIo jll (brilt eslpel lly iii IC Num ltd i ubkp' lip 5hd1m1. GATOR CLASSIFIEDS Services )OWK MoWf: IS A NI) I: l)iI. 11 repairedi. All work 4hiarantled. lck upl and delivery. Minmum p charges $2.00. ( lharlIp's IIx-it Shop. 161 H N. W. I st Ave. Call 2-7233. (M-I U6-tf-j), WOMENS AL TERATIONS AN!) I)RESSMAKING. Fast work and reano,,ails rate.,. 372-0786 or 250-H Flavet III. (MI-I24-61-p). FREE Toi, value stamps. IOU extra for car lube-OO extra lort oil filter ehangp -50 extra for oil 'hange -20 extrA with eacl, fill up with gas over 9 gallons. Mci hankc on duty. (beeper prices fur good. honedt, iejmnd:.ble m74rhaniral work. Chpeek over prices before you buy. & ii Tenper,, 701 wV. tni vers ity Avye. 6-t 542. ( M-13tj-3t-r). GATOR CLASSIFIEDS GET RESULTSI (jAINISVlII F MINI A TI)RE track in North Florida. 4)jening April Ird. If you don't know what It is dIr'p by any night thi. week ror a look-see. Old Phi Kappa P1. W. Univ. above l ord Byron's. (M-l 2S-61-c ) INVEST NOW-PROFIT NOW and later. 15% net profit and morw hrn lnlom~e props rty as compared with 4-1/2% from your savings account. Buy apartment units or future hwsiness property in the i{I(.ll location and at the RIGHT price. A,. litle as $1500 can get you started. Consult Wayne U. Mason i/o Arnold Realty 312-3522. (1-126-If-ri. I 'I -= --a n GATOR For Rent p' Revol IIl ,II i\. Wy. It/ '' Car Renta iiIIo IL I I -uoII ll, \ -Il {t.t Autos Real Estate 1 1 1 t t I .11 I I | i ., ir. I 1 | 11 t I' 11 ----

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~ti tr i l ~ l I 1 w a 'lsil r s. g a i [ li ji it ilnl-e ed t u u i a i i u .i s \V iI, \vrile)} ir'rnIlIg'!Jirn wJ t lkitni 11o,1 thn iim tI. rU'' e< 1. sn Auburn liii suit, '{Hx, ie't wiq ib, '1 l + .D ( unmmharnLit bIfki *t Ii, .tuiy ntil ,iloupt to) etiords un ot, lliirigliamjis ,&pirltybe hij else. lie mttrie a laset t~tz~t. Last year 'I ApiIbpr, Al iad ruwiit'li I' imhw. Iii thw CLr K n lFriday, balmy I ~ggirt was rpli-vii liv lImrmi I lli(tt ti the >1 ni. E:ggawrt left tlh. tell 4a l uff. eliF fih utu XiiI.',t Anes4Jt, wue better go throw souP. F gg t, you I It h Lim' Ander.,or lazily ROI up .md started for lh. Ill)4ui. LvgaI' tohd talking to hilms, If,, WNIle Anderson was waX Ting up it'tlp hu'mllpein witlh tg .frl tlher. e a collision at second base briweeri Auburn's left (Plde, andii JIuI Ihrstop, Randiy (Scooter) Mjr< tort. The Airlurli rijmner was trying to bek up a double play. Hie And Morrroft till towether krwakiig them boil (lit. Trainer .11m started for the lie Id. Charlie Anderson turn$(i to look at tihe sceT. lie ShOtjldl't hive turned his back to FggarN. E:gg art wts 'dill mad ai iseif and he didn't se.e Anderson turn. lie d" would hinder the pairtictpatioi (' their fraternity ii the eliminations. The Alligutor, sponsor Of the il-campus jotist,is donating a t roph y to t he 1D1U-11gh ami winner.* The trophy will be awarded I imediately after the game. Phi' starting lineup announited by flighanm will Include: Cal liichelle(1'), Norm Kernter(C), Glenn Dunn (I Bl, Mark Springer (2B), Jeff l'ardee (38), Tom Gatway (3D), leonard Flail (SE), Preston Bevtllnss (LF), Skip Peddigrew (C F) and Phil Copare (RF). DsUpree Fastest It's official, fullback Larry flupree is the fastest man on the UF football squad. Gator coaches timed all members of the squad the final week of spring practice, running them in the 40-yard-dash, and yesterday released the times of the top boys. Dupree was clocked in 4.55 for the 40, extremely good speed for that distance. Next in line were halbas JmyJranadli Seymour (4.6). Evening Star Vogue Angels Wing Tanguers Which is Astral your faorte I 7&Mo7RROW Uni v. A ve 4""" 4-r r ca ArtsC .2*1 DIAMOND and WED0iNS R1N68 9100 -ton