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No. 132 University of Florida, Gainesville Monday,Apri I 6, 1964

1 1t

Old Soldier Mac

Loses His Last Battle 'c _

WASHINGTON (UPI) -- Generalof ravages of three major operations through three major U. S. _
the Army Douglas MacArthur within a month at Walter Reed Death was attributed to
I I died Sunday. Army Medical Center. He was liver failute.
America's "old soldier" suc- 84, and a mere shadow of the His beloved wife, Jean, and _
cumbed at 2:39 p.m. EST to the man who fought with dash and glory Arthur, were at his side when I
stout heart finally failed.

I Seminole Peel On SaleStudent were survived frankly so long.amazed One that said he

was kept alive toward the end
by his "Innately strong constitution
publications are closingup Managing Editor Beth Kraselski.The his strong fiber, his PICKETED HOLLAND
shop. New Orange Peel (NOP) to live."
students sponsored by the Student Group
Reflecting campus life in pic- goes on sale today for the fourth The general's body was immediately
tures, the Seminole yearbook will and last time until fall. Combining prepared for transfer at the University Inn Friday night where
be distributed today at the Information features and humor, the NOP will motorcade to New York City, to the Alachua County Association For
Booth across from the sell for 25 cents at distribution it will lie in repose in the
Hub to those who purchased their points including the PeabodyBenton Regimental Armory on Tuesday.The (Photo By Carolyn Johnston)
Seminoles during the subscriptiondrive Hall area, the Main Library, nine-vehicle caravan, Including 'f't'
earlier this year. the Information Booth, the Hub,the the general's family,
Greeks will have to wait until Medical Center, and Norman Hall. Walter Reed for New York two
Wednesday if they ordered their Tomorrow the Alligator will be one-half hours after his Is Out
Seminoles in blocks. published for the last time this The body will be returned
Extra copies may possibly be on trimester. Publication will be resumed -
sale after the last shipment arrives this summer with the Sum- (See MacARTHUR Page 7)) VISE cock, 1UC, "was doing a fine Job"
in a week or so, said mer Gator. and would remain "acting secre-
tary" until he could be presented
J.F. Hancock's again for council approval. If he
I Phi Beta Kappa Picks 35 position as Se- were turned down again "we would
Affairs was still keep him (Hancock) on,"
Friday afternoon Freedman was quoted as saying.
Phi Beta Kappa has named 5 UF All were initiated into member- UF alumni chosen wer student govern- "Had Freedman's statements to
alumni, graduate stduents, and undergraduates ship Friday night at the annual D. Farris, associate professor from the the Alligator aboutkeeping Hancock -
I to membership in Phi Beta Kappa banquet held in political science, and Howard over the reins on as acting secretary represented -
the national scholarship honorary. the Hub. Skipper. Five graduate student government administration -
IIIiIii all candidates for Ph. D degrees Council will policy, it would have

.. """"""" ......-- ,..,_. .. _. i were tapped. Included are asked to recon- violated both the spirit and the
Don Carley, Jackson Gilbert Hancock for the letter of the Student Body Con-
I Roger Malone Haigh,Kenneth Kennedy, 3LW, stitution," Richard L. (Dick)
Information-Please Lawson, and William LeRoy Council Thompson, majority floor leaderof
Undergraduate members and we VOTE Party said.
Mary E. Conrad Alley, their decision." Freedman In the same story
Obtaining Information from UF Information. But, t am sure the Barney Barfield, Eileen appointment also rapped VOTE Party for
officials can be like trying to put office of the Dean of Men could Brennan, Gerald L. Clayton Academic failed making approval of Hancock's appointment -
spaghetti through a meat-grinder. help you in this matter. Their Cherie A. A. Doversplk, approval of the a "party Issue" and
George Mims, staff writer for extension is 2264." Clive Ellwood, Robert S. by a 29-15 roll failing to give a satisfactory rea-
The Alligator, was assigned to Interview "Hello, I am George Mims. n, David H. Gloeckner, son why he was refused approval.
an Alaskan student about would it be possible for you to Alfred Haddad, Sylvia Jean Hardaway made "VOTE Party's leadership did
the tragedy in his home state.In give me the names of several stu- Robert Ross Haywary, Merrllyn Alligator con- not initiate a move in the cau-
an effort to find the name of dents on campus whose home stateis Sue Hire, Robert Ashley Holllster of Hancock's cus to drop Hancock; it was begunby
an Alaskan student, Mims called Alaska?" Ronald Jack Jaszczak, said. "These freshman and sophomore coun-
several university officials. "One moment please. ..perhaps Lewis Jowalsas, Arnold represent my cil members who had served with
The following is an account of Dean Adams (Frank T.) could help Kwart, Sue Ann Lehrke, about from a him previously or lived in his
Mim's efforts: you in this matter." Thomas McCall, Margaret housing area, Thompson said.
"Hello operator, I am George "Hello, I am George Mims. McCutchln, Matthew to state- "Hancock's} appointment was on
Mims of the Alligator staff. I have would it be possible for you to give Moore, Jose Antonio Ojfeda, Freedman, the agenda mailed to each council
been assigned to do a story on the me the names of several studentson Saavedra, Martha Irene Symes assis- member and less than 50 per cent l
Alaskan crisis, and need to inter- campus whose home state is David Howard Tracy, Rolland Daniel of policy of the Gator Party members cams
view a student from Alaska to get Alaska?" Truitt, Mary Francis Tucker hospitalized to the meeting. This suggests a
his opinion. Would it be possiblefor "George, we are not at libertyto Alice B. Luthy Tym, and possible reluctance to express
you to give me the names of give such information out. But, Christine WIngfleld.. .. had stated Han their opinion," Thompson 2UC,
11 ON -
several students on campus whose I am sure the president's office : .... ',.! : J ,/ 'l';' said.
home state is Alaska?" could help you in this matter. y According to the SG Constitution -
"One moment please. ...perhapsthe Their extension is 2311." 'L all cabinet appointments nom-
registrar can help you in this "Hello, I am George Mims. -" inated by the SG President must
matter. Their extension Is 2338." would it be possible for you to receive approval by a majority of
"Hello, I am George Mims give me the names of a coupleof all Legislative Council members."A .
would it be possible for you to students on campus whose home new name for Secretary of
the of D Academic Affairs will be presented
give me names several state is Alaska?
students on campus whose home "George, we are not at libertyto 'for council approval, probably at
state is Alaska?" give such information out. But, the first council meeting of the
"One moment please. are I am sure the Office of Informational next trimester," Kennedy said.
not allowed to give such 1m : ma- Services could help you in this tI'I...... "Hancock is competent and has
tion out. Perhaps the OffUe of matter. Their extension Is 2767." done a very fine job while servingas
Student Affairs can help you In "Hello, I am George Mims. acting secretary, but we will
this matter. Their extension is would it be possible for you to I abide by the council's decision,"
2265.! give me a name of a student on Kennedy said.
"Hello, I am George Mims. campus whose home state is Alas- "I am relieved to see that Ken-
would it be possible for you to ka?" nedy has returned to take controlof
give me the names of several "George, we are not at liberty t. 't wd his administration's policy making -
students on campus whose home to give such information out. But, ," Thompson said. "Kennedy's
state Is Alaska?" I am sure the REGISTRAR could position of abiding by the coun-
help you In this matter. Their i'- cil's decision represents a much
'One moment please. ." extension...... more realist approach to the
"George, we do not have such "Forget it...." matter."

2 The Florida Alligator MondayApril 6,1964 :

Army Brass Met tj,{ o .(, .I",1r: !UV

: I I ,
1 warUtIr
Bv Peace Picketers

DR liP
Dy TOM MILLSAPS "and we're not protesting military .. y .t '
Stall Writer preparedness."We STPJmf 1
think the Industrialmilitary -
Army Undersecretary Paul R. comple Is not discussed
Ignatius was greeted by a dozen enough and we want Mr. Ignatiusto -
military brass and by four picketing be aware of this," he said.
members of the Student Peace ; !flI

Union when his plane touched down One of the picketers, who Introduced .1:, .
here shortly after 2:30 p.m. Fri- himself as UF math Instructor -
day.After Dick Williams, said he L Iii
being presented with a key was not a member of the Peace
to the city by Mayor Byron M. Union but was "sympathetic." I 5. T.i I
Winn, Ignatius walked by the pick-
eters and glanced at one of the lie said the group wanted to
signs which said, "Welcome Dr. know why "over a billion dol- .
Strswgelove." lars week was spent on defense,"
while "Johnson's war on poverty"only
Here for the Florida Reserve
got a single billion for whole
Officers Association meeting, Ignatius year. PICKETERS CARRIED SIGNS
was then whisked into the
first car of a military caravan and "Get Out Of Vietnam. The picketers
Williams said the group was "a .that read "Welcome Dr. Strangelove"
escorted which swept by out motorcycle for Gainesville police., sort of welcoming committee" to members of the Student Peace Union, said they were not protesting Ignatius' arrival ,
kick off a whole weekend of pro-
Three of the picketers, led by test. merely wanted him to "be aware" that the "industrial-military complex" was" not
Jim Dacey, 7AS, said they weremembers
of the Student Peace lie was referring to the Student discussed enough. (Photo by Carolyn Johnson)

Union but were acting "as Indi- Gro'ip for Equal Rights activities
viduals" in the picketing."No which were highlighted by a march
we're not protesting Igna- from UF's Tigert Hall to the Uni- Board Studies Plan I
tius' coming here," Dacey said, versity Inn Friday night. Merge

rte:,. -

By JOHN CLENDENON three separate sources. work, so there is a great amountof
Staff WriterA The proposed combination inter-departmental coopera-
a would ease the administering of tion," York said.
plan to combine the College of the budget and make our programs York also stressed some other
Agriculture, Agricultural Experi- much more flexible," York said. changes in the Agriculture De-
y ment Station, Agricultural Exten- The School of Forestry is not partment.One .
sion Service, and the School of under the Agriculture Departmentat of the changes is the con-
Forestry is now before the Boardof the present, but York said it solidation of College of Agriculture
Control, according to Dr. E. would come under the new classi- curriculum.York .
T. York, provost of the Agricul- fication because it "is closely related said the agronomy, fruit,
tural Experiment Station. to us." and vegetable crop divisions will
eae If the change is approved, the "Some of the agricultural research by combines under a plant
ti four divisions will join together funds now go into forestryCarpenter sciences curriculum.
under the Institute of Food and Agricultural -

Sciences. Quits Job I

York said the proposal was approved -
by the UF administration
earlier in the year. In February, Dr. Thomas G. Carpenter, assistant UF Housing Office since 1959.
he said, the plan went before the director of housing has resigned He came to UF as a graduate
..... .....
Board of Control
-- -- -- and was approved to assume the duties of student In the College of busi
A DIFFERENT RECEPTION "In principle." The Boardof Director of Auxiliary Services at ness Administration from Mem-
Control is now studying the Florida Atlantic University, Boca phis, Tenn. in 1957. He was on
was given Ignatius by New Gainesville Mayor How- change for possible enactment. Raton. the faculty at the College of Busi-

ard McKinney at Gainesville Airport. Here McKinney, Dr. Carpenter's resignation will ness Administration from 1957 to
"Presently," York explained, be effective May 1. 1959 as a teaching assistant and
right, presents a key to the city to Ignatius. (Photo by
"the College of Agriculture, Experiment "We are sorry to have Dr.Car- later an instructor in economics.In .
Carolyn Johnson) Station, and Extension penter leave," said Dr. Harold C.
Service are separate entities -- Riker, director of housing. addition to his duties at UF
although they are all under the "Florida Atlantic University is Housing, Dr. Carpenter teaches a
Wright Wins Award Agriculture Department. They getting a fine addition to its staff." course in statistics in the Schoolof
each receive separate appropriations Dr. Carpenter has been at the Business Administration.
under their individual bud- _J i M g ",
Evan P. Wright, a 2UC from award is based strictly on qualityof gets. I
Jacksonville, received this tri- work."
mester's Florida Union Scholar- Since 1957, two awards have goneto "Because many of the teachersare
ship Award, Union Director William craft shop assistants,eight have also Involved in research work,
E. Rion, announced Thursday. gone to dest assistants, and three confusion often results. At times,
Wright, who plans to major in have gone to maintenance workers. men receive their paychecks fromATTENTION
advertising design, Is employed In Go
the Embosograph Poster Serviceat GreyhoundSPECIAL
the Union."I .
was very surprised and flat
tered to hear I had won the scholar-
said. "The
ship, Wright money
will be a big help to me."
The award Is $113 -- the tuition COLLEGE MEN END OFTRIMESTER
fee for one trimester.The TRANSPORTATIONto
Union Board of Managers
established the scholarship fund
in 1957. As staff members can- 18 to 20 your home city ORLANDO
not accept tips, persons who stayin
contributions to the fund.

At the end of each trimester, MAKE $100 A WEEK IF QUALIFIEDI! .AND other east coast cities. .
the tuition money is awarded to ,..>
undergraduate with a 2.5 averag . .call the Gainesville GreyhoundBus

or better, who has worked in the Depot for Reservations. Fr 65252tI'IIaiLtwTh
Union the preceding term. Compete among fellow students for SI000 1
"Once a list of grade averagesis
received from Tigert Hall," scholarships, trips to New York Worlds I

Rion said, "five members of the Fair and other prizes. For appointmentcall

supervisory staff of the Union Mr. John B. Davis, 354-3763, Jax.
select a student who has worked

most effectively at his job. .and leave the to us
"A 4.0 student doesn't have any driving
better chance than a 2.5 student,"
Rion emphasized. "After the mini- 516 SW 4th Avenue FR 65252Page
HI il scholarship attainment, the


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MondayApril 6,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3 .

Rebel! Gives Inside Story Of RevoltBy


A REBEL COLONEL We had intelligence sources Inside about 15,000 men. We had the of Brazilian version of another turned his troops over to our cause.In .

Written For UPI Goulart's circle of confidential Fourth Army with perhaps 10,000 tank commander, the AmericanGen. the south, the Third Army

advisors. They told us the men under Alves Bastos; but that George Patton of World WarII. threatened to put up a fight, but

RIO DE JANEIRO Events for- president was preparing to neu- was in northern Brazil, a thousand His quick action seemed to turn they were too far away. By the

ced us to start the action four tralize the air force next, as he miles for Rio. the tide In our favor immediately. time events reached them, It was

days too soon. But God was with had the navy. So the odds were 25,000 rebels Ossorio could have crushed us too late for them to do anything.

us. Starting early was what saved He was going to split the air against 60,000 Goulart troops. His with his 40,000-man First Army; Total casualties in the rebellion

Brazil from becoming a second force by some sort of Incident in were concentrated: ours were but he held back, hesitant. If were less than 100 wounded and

Cuba-a Cuba nearly as big as the Sao Paulo the following week. We spread over several states. Goulart had had a man like Kruel, two dead. We thank God there

United States.In saw we must act at once. The man who started the action Brazil would not now be free of were no more. We had no wishto

Goulart seemed to have every- was Gen.Ollmpio Mourao,the bald, the Communist threat. kill Brazilians --even Communist -
a way, we had been planningthis
for two thing In his favor: the First Armyin freckle-headed commander of the One factor in our victory was Brazilians.
years. As
Joao Goulart became soon as Rio, with 40,000 men,was under Fourth Military Region with head- the surprise. At 1:30p.m.Tuesday The Communist were yellow.

presidentin Goulart's old friend, Gen. Joao quarters in Juiz De Fora, Minas after Mourao revolted in Juiz De. They had threatened to bring their
we saw he
was taking
Ossorio. We knew that Gerais state. He declared himself Fora, a colonel came into the officeof union followers into the streets to
Brazil down a leftist
path, per- Goulart would dig in, in Rio, at in open rebellion on Tuesday a major I know and said "Gou- fight us. But they never appeared.We .
haps into the arms of the Com-
the first sign of trouble. morning. lie threatened to arrest lart is perfectly safe lie will had to control some rioting
munist. Two months
ago we had The First Army Includes whatwe the president if he showed his dictate the name of the next presi- students. We had a few clashes
no more doubts he
; was leading call the "crack school group," face in Minas Gerais. dent of Brazil." with the federal police, but it was
Brazil into Communism.
an elite unit equipped with the Mourao likes action,but he acted Three hours later we went into mostly bloodless.We .

Then on March 26, more thana latest UJS. weapons. Goulart also by himself without consulting any- action. in the army have helped save

thousand sailors mutinied on could count on the Third Armyin one. That's what I mean by the The army was alone in this. our country from communism. We

three ships of our navy along with his home state of Rio GrandeDo action starting four days too soon. The navy and air force were so want no power, no jobs,no control.We .

nearly 1,500 in Rio. Instead of Sul, we thought another 15- lie was joined quickly by Gen. demoralized they were unable to do want to work with civilians -

punishing them, Goulart praised 000 men. Arr.aury Kruel in Sao Paulo. anything. During our night-time with all Brazilians to make this

them at a public rally. He was Our side had tough old Gen. Kruel calmly announced he was plotting we had feared it would bea nation that we love the great nation

trying to undermine the disciplineof Amaury Kruel, commander of the marching against Rio with his bloody fight. It was not, thanksto that we have always dreamed it

the armed forces. Second Army in Sao Paulo withTummyTroubIe1 15,000-man army. Kruel is a sort Ossorio's timidity. lie finally would be.

; ; : : ::;: : : i ::; : : STUDENT INCREASE CITED

I : I III.IIIII'J Infirmary Needs More SpaceThe I

By JAY HAVISER treatment consists of medicationand

Staff WriterIf avoiding foods that stimulatethe
future growth in the numberof lities were extremely cramped administration facilities.
stomach acids. Foods to be
students at UF will present the during the first three weeks of Wright said that with the
final exams disrupt your eat- avoided are alcohol, tea, coffee,
major problem for adequate Infirmary March when many students were Increase in student population,
ing schedule, put you under chocolate, Coca-Cola and highly
facilities Dr. Sam Wright, sick with the intestinal flu. which is up 10 per cent over last
pressure and stress, and you feela seasoned foods. If some food is
Director of the Student Health "The Infirmary treated over year, other problems become evi-
gnawing sensation In your sto- kept in the stomach at all times,
Infirmary, said recently. 2,000 out-patients during March dent.
mach, you should drop by the the ulcer will normally heal Itself,
"Our greatest need is for addi- for the flu," he said. "We had More students enhance the need
Infirmary -- you may be developing Wright said.
tional out-patient space," Wright as many as 220 come in a single for additional room for more doc-
an ulcer. "In more serious cases, where
said. "This past year we recorded day." tors," he said. "The space used
"We treat a fair number of1 scarring and perforation of the
60,000 out-patient visits in com- lie pointed out that 65 inpatientbeds now is not sufficient.Certain areas
ulcer cases each trimester, Dr. stomach wall has occurred surgery
parison to 48,000 the previous were located on the top two have been enlarged four different
Samuel Wright, director of student may be necessary. This is deter-
floors and the first floor was times."
health at the Infirmary said. mined by giving the patient a 'GISeries1
limited to the out-patient beds, lie also added that the central-
"Pressure, stress and poor eating which includes X-rays.
Wright said the infirmary faci doctors' offices the clinic, andBug' izing of out-patient traffic would
habits have a lot to do with ulcer Wright said.Freezing .
Involve a change In the regular
development. Symptoms often disappear the stomach Is a newer
when the pressure is off." form of treatment that gives quick
"Instead of a student checkinghis
Most ulcers are reported during relief. Freezing carries some risk '
Reaches PeakThe chart at the desk and waitingfor
midterm and progress test with it and exactly how long it will
treatment outside the clinic
periods, Wright said. Not all digestive be effective is not known, Wright
and doctor's office, he could give
disturbances during timesof said.
virus "bug" attack reachedits down on the number of excuses his name and student number and
stress are ulcers,but the student "In any case, if you think you
peak on campus Monday, two given out. Excuses are only given possibly the name of the doctor he
should come in for an examination, may have an ulcer, it Is advisablethat
weeks when 220 for wishes to see, and then watt until
he said.If you come by the Infirmaryfor ago, patients were in-patients. Both students and
said. treated in one day at the infirmary, instructors are expected to use he Is paged," Wright said.
examination Wright
the symptoms are mild, the an ,
Dr. Samuel Wright, director of the the honor system in the case of Wright said he believed this typeof

----- infirmary said today. out-patients, Wright said. set-up would enable the doctorsto

"The number of virus cases is As spring appears there will bea see the patients quicker and

falling off daily. We are down to rash of sunburn cases and insect give them more time to treat each

Ifipuntree about 30 cases a day now," Wright bites. Sprained ankles and cases patient.The .

said. "It really kept us hoppingfor of food poisoning will run a close Infirmary has seven medi-

a while." second as summertime nears, cal doctors, three psychologists,

[t0. The Infirmary is trying to cut Wright said. and one psychiatrist."We .

are working on a proposalto

Light and Right . the administration to add a new
for sports gracing cars..choose I wing to the Infirmary, but these
II plans are very indefinite," Wright

.I said. "I'm scheduled to present

sketches for this additional spaceto

r I IRELLI Arnold Butt,the university arch-

& itect, in April, but plans, If approval -

now available atTIRE could not evolve until at
least next July."
Wright explained that the Infir-

Dunlop CITY mary ha an auxiliary budget which

functions t through Its share of

student fees."Florida .

State University Infir-
< mary is borrowing money from a

''k BRAKE & FRONT END SERVICE Governmental agency or agenciesto

j ''D provide better facilities becausethe

i legislature didn't give It to

them," he said. If plans for a new

with ease, ;J Alignment to Students 6.00 wing were approved, this Is what
\ I Special Prices on Front End Repairs we would do also."
comfort and \ Construction began this week to

practicalwash i Install air-conditioning in the Infirmary -

and it should be finishedin

and wearperformance. TIRE CITY August."A .

large part of money from

1 the budget is used for salaries,

but the Infirmary has a reserve

fund which has accumulated overa

405 N.W. 13th Street Phone 372-5030 period of years," Wright said.

"It is not appropriated money but

1227 West University money received from in-patient
charges and student fees.

A Budget Terms Available. He said the mosey for the air-

conditioning would be paid out of

the reserve fund.



Page 4 The Florida Alligator Monday.April 6,1964

edl. c: Jrl. aI fI', EQUAL


Blackmarket SoftballTo for

quote a statement from the Tampa Tribune don11 know. .-

set of circumstances, "Even the Angels couldn't | I'm just I a A 1 .
not Angels, but in this Instance we found guess "
where they would have had difficulty in coming to the born joiner
We proceeded on a course, charted by our somewhat
of 'protecting student's Interests" with the inevitlble ii
on someone's toes. The "someone" in
administration. The story of the conflict is
the Sports Editor, Glen Laney's column on Page 7; y I
what happened is as follows. r
The Alligator attempted to stage an all-campus
that would pit the two fraternity champions, the
the independent league champions in a round-robin
The Alligator purchased a trophy and Laney began i1tua
The Sigma Nu's, the Orange League champions,
because of approaching final exams.
Delta Upsilon, the Blue League tltlest, said it
first game was scheduled for last Friday afternoon
and Hume Hall's Bigham Section, the Dorm League
The administration ordered the DU's not to play
the last minute, the independent league champs,the j
took the DU's place.
And so the game was played. The physics
we're calling them the campus softball champions.The .
intramural department did not want the game
violently even DURING'the game. But it WAS played.
Perhaps it sounds a bit corny, but The
obligation to the student body to represent it in

ministration.Perhaps the Intramural department WAS against Asinine Etcetera

every member of the faculty and the student body ,
volved were also deadset against it.
But the two teams Involved WANTED to play.
Lundy space in The Florida Alligator traffic regulations or by any of a
And, despite strong opposition from all corners,
could be devoted to something more number of minor annoyances but
constructive than sophomoric whatever the cause of your malaise
Ion concerning
Because America and the UF are free, and if a your
"Typical Class outcry against university regimen. your immature attempt at satireis
play a game of softball this country, he can.
can be stated briefly. Your dissatisfaction may have been hardly a constructive solutionor
The Alligator is sorry if it made anybody mad
cumstances, we'd do it again. was arrogant, asinine, brought about by displeasure over even a highly satisfactory out-
and Inappropriate. the Easter vacation issue or by let for felt hostilities. There is
talents, and column Increasingly stringent university too much criticism in journalism.
w It is difficult to read any publication
EDITOR'S DESK I Puppetry I Free ThinkerEditor especially a student t
operated one, without finding a
To Thine Own : solemlc directed against some in-
-- -- It's a question of priority. Pre-
organization, or
By WALKER LUNDY Such a evening about 6:30 p.m. sident Johnson himself realizedthat tion. Freedom of the press has
Editor not to cheat on with some other people, when he said "I am a free repeatedly led to literacy licence.I .
Final examinations are comingand tion. Some down highway 441 to- man, an American, a Senator, anda ( do not suggest merely that its
so Is cheating. Both will care. They University Inn with the Democrat In that order." more judicious use be repealed.)
mount their traditional attack on tegrity and do Informing our senior At Nuremberg It was recognizedthat Many stoop to criticism becauseit
the UF's Honor System, perhaps any. Cheating, L. Holland that men were human before they Is a sure way of attracting a
only proving the instructors have Is not wrong-- Fla."I some who object to his were national. Quickly capturedwar reading public. Nevertheless
the honor and the students have But there Is to delay the passage criminals and later Eichmann overly critical attitudes are sym-
the system. cheater that is that is not only Inevi- defended themselves on groundsthat tomatlc of a creeping anomie and
Cheating will go on during finals of all. This necessary If we are their prior loyalty was to are hardly to be encouraged. I
this time as it has since man con- normally does even the lowest sub- thier nation and leaders and that suggest that attempts at criticism
ceived the idea of an examinationto because of the of human dignity and they had to disregard any loyaltyto might be tempered by at least a
test knowledge. Those of you sure--to pass a country where the so- humanity for the sake of that modicum of Judgement and taste.If .
who never cheat may quit reading; Ing. rights of private priority. For that priority they you feel maligned or unjustly
we wish to 'talk to those who do If you think and free enterprise have committed crimes against human- used, cry, scream, shout, or stickpins
Indulge--even occasionally. this latter destroy even these. ity.The In voodoo dolls (all of these
College Is supposed to teach the ask. this: that there are cer- Germans massacred approaches are as mature and
i students many things. "Book 1. Consider dimwits who millions of humans, Jews, duringthe sophisticated as undue criticism)
learning," of course, Is one of to cheat. feel that any "radical" last war believing national but don't use your position to rpo-
( the primary objectives of any col- be getting any step towards interest to be prior to human mulgate uncalled for dissatisfaction. -
I lege. But there are several other sequences If you attempt to restore interests. Analagously both major .
lessons that should be gleaned 2. Ask a society{ which strug- powers in the world today have Robert Allen Cornette 7AS
I from one's four year stint In cheat under minimum of it, is their weapons which i are capable of
I college. Ask yourself as good "Americans" enabling much more monstrous EDITOR'S NOTE:
Paramount among these is ma- sure of finals for ahearty cheer crimes to be perpetrated against
turity and responsibility. College a position that to hang up DEAD flags humanity for the sake of some Dear Mr. Cornette:
Is supposed to put on the finishing consider the "good ole sou- dubious economic Ideals. It Is no The point of my satire was that
touches that make a person adultin 3. Ask ," and display their Justification for such monstous the university system has placed
his thinking and'In his beliefs. sacrificing your and lack of foresight crimes to say that other nationsare itself in a rather ridiculous posi-
It is supposed to teach the neo- to pass the "fraternally" their willing to commit them.Therecan tion by not allowing a day off for
phyte-adult to make decisions. exactly what support for a man who be no Justification.There Good Friday services or for tra-
a large step backwards. are many eminent men In vel to one's home for Easter
referring to those the Western world, like leading services, particularly when the
The who paleontologist Leaky who visitedour University of South Florida saw
in front of their frat campus recently, who are will- fit to let students out of school
Served by United Press International sing "dixie-land" in ing to lead mass efforts for disarmament for Gasparllla Day. These facts

Editor ............... ............................................. at they might how the and against the Arms were brought out in news columnsof
Managing Editor ................................................. even if they don't know Race. The Alligator. We must disagree -
Assistant Managing Editor ................................... doing, they're giving As ordinary citizens there are with your statement that
Fditorlal Editor ................................................. and the fraternity spirit organizations such as the S.P.U. there is too much criticism in
Sports Editor .................................................... try. which we can work through to that journalism. In fact, we on The
Feature Editor .................................................. to me though, was not end. Join them and help end this Alligator feel we must criticize
Campus Living Editor ........M............................. what they were doing, madness! those things which seem to us
Editorial Assistants .... Ernie Lltr, Gail of them were doing Clive Taylor after careful consideration to be
Betsy Garrison, St've Vaughn, Sue Dobbie, believe there was not Ill-advised. Those concerned with
Chandler, Pete Hathaway, an* nave Berkowitz. in an entire fra The Alligator welcomes events and actions which we have
Reporters .... Jim Castello, Phil alt vener, Joel Gaston, would Insist upon re- letters to The Editor from criticized this trimester know that
Carol Nobls, Ann Carter, Joe fvOllln, Agnes h a t ridiculous-looking our readers.all we have not criticized without con-
Judy Telch: Evan Engle, George Mims, Phil Geyer all Johnny-Rebs every- -- signers will include versation with them and that we
Becky Quinn, Larry Zimmerman, Jackie can't believe that the a telephone number have gone to great lengths to be
Gary Williams, Don Davis, Sue Haugstad, Joyce fraternalism has grown where they can be reached sure we know what we were talk-
Elmore, David Sumner, Jay Havlser, Joe of "brotherhood," has to verify the tact they Ing about. This does not mean we
John Clendenon, Nancy Brachey, Tom MlMsaps, the same racial and actually wrote the letterto have not erred. But we have no
Marty Lurie and Vicki Boggs. about criticizing when we
as every other which their" name is qualms
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official Think how well these signed. feel the need to do so. That Is
the University of Florida and Is published five operate under the names no longer will our responsibility. If you' are
during the months of May, June; and July, when a fuhrert be withheld unless the wri- unhappy with the satire, or disagree -
are published. TUE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is entered M.D. Lozoff ter can show good reason with my paint, that Is your
matter at the United States 1'ost.Oftlce; at Gainesville, Alan T. Levin for such action. privileged. W.W.L.




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PEOPLE LOSE CON FIDENDCE MondayApril 6,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 5 .ADEX

Castro's Popularity Down


Cuba Premier Fidel Castro's and are gradually losing confidenceIn Regime In 1959, according to Prof.
popularity Is declining, accordingto him," Prof. Kantor said. Kantor.
Harry Kantor, professor in
"Today the whole situation has
political science department, andan Castro was whole heartily sup- been changed. Castro is supportedby

expert in Latin America affairs. ported by Cubans at the time less than 25 per cent of the (No Not Sex)
"Cubans are disappointed in when
Cairo assumed power following population now," Prof. Kantor ,
what Castro is doing to the country, the collapse of the Batista said.

Cuban Student Sees uneasiness Economic in situation Cuba made and political the con GOT YOU DOWN?

dition worse each day, he said.
I "Sugar production reached the

lowest level in 1963, when Cubans
No Early Solution"I were put on rations. LOOKING FOR A RESPITE

"Cuba became a typical police

don't see any solution to the When Castro took over, Al was state, just like Russia and Com FROM EXAM STUDIES?

Cuban problem In the near future," finishing his high school. A year munist China, which Is controlledby

said Alfonso (Al) Garrote, a juniorin later, he began work in the under- an incomprehensible maniac
engineering at UF and refugee ground against Castro."I like Castro," Prof. Kantor added.
from Cuba. Cubans are living in constant
decided to work in the under- terror, secret police is every
"If Castro Is overthrown, It will CsoP
be done by the Cuban people," he ground when I saw how Castro was where. Freedom does not existin ..
added.Al going to run things. His methods Cuba, according to Prof. Kan- 1 iiil: PENT
and Ideas all said tor.
were wrong,
was forced to flee Cuba after
having worked actively in the underground Al.He Since 1959, around 400,000 to
delivered propaganda pam- 500,000 Cubans have fled from
against Castro for about
phlets and stickers to homes and Castro's terror control."
six months.Al .
has been in the United Statesfor businesses. He worked for about Prof. Kantor predicted that there
a little over three years. He six months until he left. would be no direct war betweenthe

says the people of Cuba had no Several days after he left, the United States and Cuba.
resentment toward United States Castro secret service (G-2) came "It would not be wise practice
before the 1958 revolution. in search of Al at his home. Al for the United States to be Involved

"Working conditions were goodin said several of his friends and in direct war with Cuba.
most cases before the Castro fellow underground workers were "The U.s. Government should

take-over and the country operatedon shot to death before the Castro support, morally and financially,
the capitalistic system, but we firing squad shortly after the G-2 free Cubans In the overthrowing
lacked the essential resources to had searched his home. of the Castro Regime'Prof.Kan
really get underway," said Al. tor added.
"I was raised in Oriente Pro Al went to St. Petersburg to live Castro has visited the Soviet

vince, Cuba, where there were with his aunt and uncle. In Sept. Union twice since 1959. The first
many Americans and American 1961 he enrolled in St. Petersburg time was In April 1961, and the
businesses and I feel these businesses Junior College and graduated in second time was at the end of)
did much for Cuba and 1963 with an average grade of January this year.

the people. It did much to raise 3.45.Al "Castro Is not a Communist, lie
our economy and standard of living is presently one of some 170 Is just a man with Immaterialand
and I would say that there was Cuban students attending the UF. Immature Ideas," Prof.Kantor qua.
very little resentment for the weal-' He Is majoring in mechancial engineering said.

thy Americans because we knew and he obtained a 3.2 According to Prof. Kantor,
what they were doing for us," average for his last trimester'swork. sooner i later Cubans will get
said Al. rid of Castro's control.

I New Fighting Breaks Out In CyprusNICOSIA

Cyprus (UPI) --Heavy other shaky truce. Cypriots were rushing reinforce-
fighting broke out between Greek The U. N. reported the situa- ments there for what could be a
and Turkish Cypriots In northwestern tion in the northwest was"calming new outbreak of fighting.
Cyprus Sunday and raged until down but extremely tense." A About 1,000 Greek Cypriots if LOOKING FOR A JOB?

United Nations forces under British U. N. officer who flew marched through the streets of .

heavy fire themselves won an- over the ai**? said the Greek Nicosia, demanding the return of LOOKING FOR GIRLS ?
guerrilla leader Grivas
I Viet Cong Lose BattleSAIGON led the underground terrorist EO-

KA movement that achieved inde- LOOKING FOR SOME TOP-RATE COLLEGE
(UPI) -- Government panded and more rigid military pendence for Cyprus from Britain 1

troops Inflicted a major defeaton draft and organization for the first four years ago after bitter fight- MAGAZINE ENTERTAINMENT?
the Communist Viet Cong Ina
time of a civil defense corps.A ing.
bitter 28-hour weekend battle
that may have wiped out half of YOUCAN -

the 400 attacking guerrillas, a U. Its A Trash Canof I
S. military spokesman said
terday. --
Six Americans were wounded In little bridge rises over a Plant and Grounds, but it is ALL OVER CAMPUS I IN THENOP
the pool filled with paper cups;gravel, an "up-hill fight."
battle. One officer was critically -
mingled with cigarette butts, "While we clean it up, others
injured when hit in the neck.
covers the ground; and a stone try to keep it dirty." he said. !
other five men were aboard
lantern stands guard over all this
two armed HU1B helicopters hit While we clean it up, others
by ground fire. One helicopterwas refuge. try to keep it dirty," he said.

forced down but It was repaired What began as oriental landscaping Benjamin H. Bennett, main- On sale at Peabody-Benton, Library Main
and flown for Jennings Hall now servesas tenance supervisor of housing said
out. Cafeteria Hub Motherly Engineering
The a trash can.According that housing has nothing to do with ,
victory of most
-- one
anything outside of the buildings. Med Center Norman Hall Tigert Inform-
stunning reported against the Viet to Calvin C. Greene, ,
Cong -- Was reported as the military director of plant and grounds, the People need to make more of ation Booth (Across from the Hub). Still 25$.
regime unveiled a mobilization maintenance of the landscaping an effort to keep this area clean,"
plan that provides for an PX- for Jennings Hall is the concern he concluded.

I Sale Starts Taking Books Saturday I

The Student Book Sale will begin All money will be sent by mail, price but we recommend 2/3 of 68PAGES
receiving books for the spring even to those students living on the price they paid for the book,"
trimester sale Saturday and the campus. No money will be given Haslett said. "Bookstores buy
following Monday through Wed out at the treasurer's office, Has- back books for one-half of the OF JUST PLAIN FUN, LAUGHS &

nesday, Drew Haslett, secretary lett stated. price paid and resell at 3/4 as GOOD TIMES IN THE BIGGEST PEEL EVER!
of student activities anno urn t-1 a general rule.
The book sale will be
today. spring There is no charge to the stu-
held in the Social Room of the
dent for use of this service. It
Students wishing to place their Florida Union, beginning Satur- is a student government non-profit NEW

books on sale should bring themto day, April 25, and continuing on project. Using the book sale, the
the Information Booth across Monday, April 27, through Wed- student gets more money for his
from the Hub from 9 a.m. to 4 nesday. No plans have been made books when he sells and more book

p.m. on these days, Haslett said. for a in-B trimester sale, Has- for each dollar when he buys, ORANGE

Each lett added. Haslett said.
student will receive a receipt
for his books and will fill Books that sell best are "C" Walter Swanson, IUC, and Linda
out an envelope giving his addressfor course and 200 level and below, Goss 2UC, are co-chairmen of the PEEL
the month of May. Sometime Haslett said, but all level booksare book sale. "They have been doing

during May, a check will be sent accepted. the work and should receive the
ir the books sold, Haslett said. "Students may set their own credit," Haslett said.

Page 6 The Florida Alligator MondayApril 6,1964IGATOR



1 For Sale J ii iiMR (Square Gold A-131-3t-c reclining walnut). chair.end table.Walnut 6-5660.desk. I For Rent I from room.rooms.ROOMING campus Call Also HOUSE 2-2726,kitchen single located or see and or blocks double at living 304 I L Autos l

CONDITIONER. 3/4 ton. Best Moving must sacrifice, 'no frost Large clean apartment, electri- N.W.15th St. (B-130-4t-c). 58 Triumph TR 3. Wire wheels,

offer. FR 6-8918. (A-132-2t-c). refrigerator. 3 month old. New city, hot, cold water furnished.$40 tonneau cover, radio, heater, one
caloric ultramatlc stove Large, comfortable front corner-
gas and $65 per month. Summer rates owner. $435. Call 3768385. (G-
FOR SALE: 2 guitars; Philco other furniture in very good con- 1614 N. W. 3rd Place. FR 22946or room. Located downtown. Arranged 130-4t-p).
19" dition. 6-0410. A-131-3t-c for 2 male students.Kitchen -
portable TV; Smith & Wesson. ( ) FR 2-7366. (B-128-5t-c).
38 pistol; 12 ga. Winchester model and other privileges 6-4592.
PLYMOUTH -1952 Two door.
11 shot gun; 1963 Oldsmobile Jet- Clean single rooms, $20 and $25 (B-104-tf-c). Standard transmission, 6 cylinder

fire W/a.c.j Supercharged. A I WantedWANTED I per month. For men only, three radio. Good condition. $120. Call
speed. Call John Pierson FR blocks from university. 1614 N.W. Guy Metzger FR 2-9307. (G-130-
2-8743. (A-132-2t-D). 3rd Place. FR 2-2946 or FR 2- RENT: Two bedroom furnished 3t-c).
student apartments. Right near
7366. (B-128-5t-c).
8' x 30' mobile home My blue radio returnedby Will accomodate to
and newly campus. up 1959 Fiat 600D. Good condition,
constructed 10' 20' the enterprising young Kappa four students comfortably.
x cabana. Five Spec-
First $195 takes it. be
Sigma who was to "fix" It. Comeon May seen
minutes from campus. Town and ial summer rates. Call Mrs. .
To sub-lease for summer tri- on campus. Call ext. 2039. (G-
Country Trailer Lodge 376-2865. Jasper. Please! (C-132-lt-c). Jones, FR 6-5636. So near campus .
mester: sharp, wood-paneled 131-3t-c).
W.A. Kelly. (A-124-5t-c). close you need no car. (B-120-tf-c
to Perfect
campus. ,
Would like three roommates for
for 2 or 3. Call 2-9712. '63 HONDA SUPPER HAWK 305 CC.
NEW HOMES IN PINE FOREST. the full-term summer trimester. (B-131-3t-c). AVAILABLE FOR SUMMER TRIMESTER Excellent condition. For sale or
Three bedroom house off
A few ready for Immediate occu- campus. 2 bedroom furnished trade for small import plus cash.

pancy. Gainesville's fastest grow- $140 .per. month. Call Gail Sobering 3 bedroom, air-conditioned apt. Duplex. $75 month suitable for R. Hedberg. 32234 N.W. 13th St.

ing new home community. VA, I : 3725982. (C-131-3t-p). 3 blocks from campus. $100 for 2 or 3 people. Phone 2-1853. (B- alter 6. (G-132-2t-c).

FHA, financing. Hugh Edward's, WANTED: Roommate to share air- 3-$110 for 4. Call 372-0481 after 132-TF-p).
Inc., N.E. 16th Ave. and 15th St. 1956 T-Blrd, excellent condition.
conditioned apartment. Two blocks 9:00 ONLY. (B-131-3t-c).
2-1551.A-70-tf-c). Must sell this trimester. New
GIRL'S BICYCLE blue tag-9996
from ca.npus. $70 a month $35 ,
taken from In front of Florida paint job, new interior,new engine.
Lambretta 150 LD. Good per person. Pay electricity only. Upper division engineering stu-
engine. Call FR 6-87-14. ).
Union. Please return or call 2-
Fine low transportation.$100. Should have car. Call 6-4163. dent wanted to share air-condi-

If interested call FR 6-3679. (A- (C129-tf-c). tioned 2 bedroom duplex at 825 7321. (A-132-2t-c).
127-4t-c). N. E. 8th Ave. Your share of 58 CHEVY, 4 door, 6 cyclinder.
WANTED 1950-54 FORDS and rent & utilities will be $50 month. Double rooms for rent, $22.50per Standard transmission, radio, hea-

The new polaroid Land Camera. 'CHE VRO LETS. Al Her n don's Marvin Moss, 230D Engr. Bldg. person per month, 3 blocks ter, air-conditioning, seat belts.

Takes color plcutres. $40savings. Service Station Located 916 S. E. Ext. 2986. (B-131-3t-c). from campus, private entrance, Good condition $650. Call 376-
4th St. (C-83-tf-c). maid service. Call FR 2-9222
Never been used. Call FR 20516. or 8995. (G-132-2t-c).
(A-123-tf-c). Two-bedroom furnished apartment FR 28255. (B-132-2t-c).

across from law school. Hot and
125 L. P. records for sale. Individually I Services I cold water furnished, equipped FURNISHED APARTMENT, large I Real Estate I

or as package deal at kitchen. Available summer trimester and clean, $75 month. Now until

bargain price -- Half classical, 372-2237. (B-131-3t-c). September. Electricity and water

half popular. All records In good NESTOR'S .. TV, RADIO, HIFI Included. 372-7658 for appointmentto INVEST NOW-PROFIT NOW and
condition, many perfect. 23811. SERVICE. Tubes checked free. Sub-let April 13th to Sept. 13th: see (B-132-2t-c). later. 15% net profit and more

after 6:00 p.m. weekdays only. Free estimates. Next to Florida Colonial Manor. One bedroom furnished from Income property as comparedwith

(A-121-tf-p). Bookstore parking lot. 1627 N. W. air-condition apartment, FURNISHED DUPLEX apartment. 4-1/2 from your savings ac-
1st Ave. Phone FR 2-7326. (M- $120 month. Will leave folding 1 bedroom, kitchen equipped, $55 count. Buy apartment units or
Air conditioner In good condition.At 67-MWF-c). chairs, table and miscellaneous month. See at 2012 N.W. 4th St. future business property In the
a very reasonable price. For furnishings if desired. 372-7349. after 1 p.m. or call ext. 2407. RIGHT location and at the RIGHT

information contact Bill Wilcoxat (B-131-3t-p),. (B-132-2t-p). price. As little as $1500 can get
FR 2-9363. (A-130-2t-p). GAINESVILLE MINIATURE you started. Consult Wayne D.

RACEWAY. Largest"SLOT Car" Air conditioned apt. for 2 patio NEW AIR CONDITIONED furnished Mason c/o Arnold Realty 372-3522.

MUST SELL by end of this tri- track In North Florida. Opening and barbeque. Behind Holiday apts. Bedroom and bath on (I-126-tf-c).

mester. Economical car. 1957. April 3rd. If you don't know whatit Inn. Call 372- 724. (B-131-3t-c). balcony. Kitchen dinette, and livIng -
B. M. W. Isetta with sun roof, very is drop by any night this week room on main floor. Color-

. good condition. Excellent condi- for a look-see.. Old Phi Kappa ful full size appliances, washing I I
Univ. FOR RENT 3 bedroom 2 full Help WantedSPARE
Pi. W. above Lord Byron's.M1286tc
tion. $145. 2-6239 nightly. (A- machines in each apartment. Walkto
). bath houses, kitchen equipped and
131-3t-c). ( University. Shown by resident
partially furnished. Any no. of
manager Apt. NO. 1. Campus TIME. You can earn $40a
occupants $100 per mo. N.W.
MUST Sell by end of this tri- POWER MOWERS AND EDGERS 55th Ter. Call 2-8668 after 5. Apts. 402 N. W. 18th St. FR 2- week commission by showingthe

mester -- modern trailer 2 bed- repaired. All work guaranteed.Pick (B-129-5t-c). 3357. (B-119-10t-c). Vivlane Woodard Beauty Pro-

room, full bath and kitchen. All up and delivery. Minimum a _____________________ gram. Call Johnny Turner 376-
aluminum outside and oak inside.In charges $2.00. Charlie's Fix-it Attractive large room in quiet 1480. 9-5 (E-120-15t-c).

exceptionally good condition. Shop. 1618 N. W. 1st Ave. Call 1/2 block from Law building; 2 modern home. Ideal for student
$1095. See at lot 66 in Pinehurst 27233. (M-106-tf-c), bedroom apartment, completely who needs a desirable place to Wanted waiters for summer tri-

Trailer Park or call 2-6239 nightly. furnished, kitchen equipped, all study. FR 2-7883. (B-111-tf-c). mester. Must be 21. Gatehouse
(A-131-3t-c). FREE Top value stamps. 100 electric. April and August rent Restaurant. 1222 W. UniversityAve.
extra for car lube-100 extra for free. Available after April 20. Call 65843. (E-123-tf-c).
oil filter change 50 extra for NOTICETO
FR 6-7065. (B-129-3t-c).
n55 oil change 20 extra with each

[HEELS put on in minutes fill up with gas over 9 gallons. Housing for men students. One ALL CAMPUS i Car Rental I

SOLES put on in 1 15 minutes Mechanic on duty. Cheaper ptlcesfor block from campus Near air- ORGANIZATIONSRequests
good, honest, dependable mechanical conditioned main library, all facilities -

MODERN SHO work. Check over prices for good living private for regular ECONO-CAR. 7 day, 24 hour ser-

REPAIR SHOP before you buy. C & H Tenneco entrances, ground floor, motel meeting space in the vice. Free pickup. 1964 cars,com-

logon from 1st national bonk| 703 W. University Ave. 6-9342. style. Refrigerators, some air Florida Union for the pletely equipped with automatic

(M-130-3t-c). conditioners University approved.Low transmission. Radio, heater,

summer rates. Office 127 Fall 1964/65 Trimestermay white-wall. Rates includes gas,
-- ------- -
N. W. 15 Terrace. Phone 6-6494. be picked up at oil and insurance. (N-93-lt-c).

BEST PICTURE DE THE YEAR I Air(.B-125-6t-c conditioned). efficiency apartments the union should Requests turnedin AINtSVILUTHMTftfj NINOIIVI.IN

WINNER OF Suitable for 2-3 people, sometime in April

ACADEMYAWARDS $70 per month. 1829 N. W. 2nd and will be ready for 7400 HnH.,..*.W.HI.t0.1I 5011
I Iy Ave. Suitable for 3-4 people, $100
r per month. 1518 N. W. 4th Ave. signatures on the first NOW2 first run hits! !

Tenants pay electric only. Also week of classes in open 6:45: ; show at 7:15
available for fall trimester. Call
evenings 6-4353. (B-114-tf-c). September.MISS See both late as 9:08!

7:15 & 10:28OCKIkwMrr1I'2nd

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MondayApril 6, 1964 The Florida Alligator Page 7 .. .
Gen. Douglas MacArthur-

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Great Soldier StatesmanBy [ I

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United Press International In World War II, as commanderof and policy statements.
the Southwest Pacific Theaterof Sec&etary of War Newton D. a
General of the Army Douglas Operations, MacArthur often Baker in World War I called Mac-
MacArthur, the "old soldier" who was under Japanese fire as he Arthur "the country's greatest
fired his first shots In battle 61 landed along with his troops on frontline general."

years ago and served with distinction invasion beacnes. The planning and He became a World War I brl-
as a fighting general in
execution of his campaign that led
three wars, has lost his final Allied forces from Australia back
battle to death. through jungled islands and throughthe "I shall return. ;

The dean 01 the five-star gen- Philippines has been called

eral, senior ranking officer in masterly by most military critics. gadier In the 42nd Infantry Division -
the United States Army, removed
which he named the'Rainbow -
from the American scene a public "Twilight is here. I listen Division" and with which he
who had written himself
figure vainly but with was wounded twice and gassedIn
brilliantly into the history of his thirstyear the trenches.
time not only as a soldier but for the witching mel-
A son of the famed Lt. Gen
as a commander statesman. In As the United occupationof Nations ody of faint bugles blowing Arthur MacArthur, who won the \) \ ''1 I 1J

reveille of far drums beating Medal of Honor as a regimental 1 Lb)
Japan, he became the first \J)
commander In the Civil War and ''0
foreigner to govern that country.The i the long roll. was a hero of the SpanishAmerican -
Impact of his personalityalone
War, Douglas MacArthur was
his public utterances and The audacity and calculated born In an Army barracks In

conduct were in the grand man- chance-taking of some of his man- Little Rock, Ark., on Jan. 26,
ner had made him an outstanding euvers caught the enemy com- 1880, and was baptized-quite literally I
world figure since he came pletely off balance. In the Korean in battle.

dramatically out of retirement and War, In which he was United Na- When he was a baby, his father )
into field command in the Philip tions commander, he conceivedand was given duty at a wilderness \
pines at the start of World WarII. carried out the Inchon amphi- outpost in what is now New Mexico -

bious landing in 1950 despite oppo- and Douglas was baptized there ",
With him at the end was Jean sition from his field commanderand when he was four the ceremony

Faircloth MacArthur, the Mur- initially from the Joint Chiefsof being interrupted by an Indian '
freesboro, Tenn., girl who becamehis Staff. The operation recaptured attack on the post.
second wife in 1937 and sailed Seoul, the capital city, and sparkedthe He was graduated first in his
with him to the Orient and into routing of the North Korean class at West Point and immedi-
14 years of adventure and per- Communist army. ately the year was 1903 trans-
sonal danger in two wars and a His lifetime knowledge of wea- ferred as a 2nd lieutenant to the
military occupation.
ponry ranged from the whir of Philippines.
arrows to the feel of bullets in his MacArthur recalled those ear-
flesh to the sight of Hiroshima ly days in his speech to a joint

"Old soldiers never after the atom bomb. session of Congress after Tru- .
While he was leading a platoon man fired him from his far eastern _$HHW'-5<**5R5BHWJ-W! *.>*V.1."!1;;;'vi'HiWNiu&BftBKmKaBsnBmimm" H' -- ".-.... asKiSiz'saj&iBL m mff mpft
die. against brigands onSamar,heavy posts as Allied, U.s., and

shotgun blast killed the orderly United Nations commander. Gen. MacArthur Dead At 84
They did not return home until beside him and a second blast I
1951, when the MacArthur battle- ripped off MacArthur's servicehat.
field career was ended In the mid- Later a Moro, swinging abolo "Th-'e proceedings" are (Continued From Page 1))

dle of the Korean War by his and bent on decapitation, charged closed. Washington on Wednesday by train ney functions began to fail and

abrupt dismissal by President MacArthur, who put six revilver after a procession, will lie In there was a resumption of inter-
Truman as a commander who pub- bullets Into him. The man fell state in the great Rotunda of the nal bleeding. In none of the operations -

licly diagreed with the military dead at the lieutenant's feet. He said he remembered the capital. for a full day. however, was any evidence -
policies of the administration. The MacArthur legend that developed refrain of one of the most popular Then the body will be flownto of cancer discovered as had
MacArthur received a hero's In the United States duringhis barracks ballads of that day: Norfolk, where it will lie In been feared at first.
welcome in city after city, accept- 14-year absence was built in ". .which proclaimed most state until funeral services Satur- MacArthur's death ended one of
ing public invitations to presenthis part on the scrambled egg, proudly, that old soldiers never day morning. Durial with full mili- the most remarkabel military careers -
views in the "great debate"of crushed cap, the classic profile die, they Just fade away. And tary honors will be in the Mac- In U, S. history--one that
1951 and 1952 about U.s. policy above an open collar, the long- like the old soldier of that ballad, Arthur Memorial downtown Nor- began 61 years ago and saw him
and conduct of the Korean bowl corncob pipe, and the roll- I now close my military career folk. fight in glory from the swampsof
War. Ing language of his communiques and just fade away. ." MacArthur Memorial. the Philippines, to the trenchesof

Hospital officials said MacAr- World War I and finally to the
thur's death attributed to rugged hills of South Korea.
The son of SpanishAmerican -
"acute renal and liver failure"
War Hero Lt. Gen. Arthur
following his recent surgical op-
Mac-Arthur, he was top man in
erations.For his West Point class of 1903. He[
One Of Nation's Great HeroesWASHINGTON he MacArthur, death came justas became a battlefield general and
foresaw it when he bade
this country's youngest division
) -President U.s. flag be flown at half-staff Senate Democratic Whip Hubert the cadets at West Point farewell commander In World War I, and
after MacArthur's funeral, H. Humphrey, Minn., said less than two years ago. of
Johnson directed Sunday that Gen- until in the early dark days World
eral of the Army Douglas MacAr- at all U.s. embassies, military "the American people have lostan "Twilight is here," he told the War II at the fall of the Phil
cadets. "I listen vainly but with
heroic soldiers. He said Mac- ,
thur "be buried with all the honorsa Installations and other American ippines, voiced a pledge that became -
thirsty ear tor the
Arthur was a man "who Inspirednot witching melodyof
facilities abroad. a rallying cry in the war
grateful nation can bestow on a
departed hero." "For the man that he was and only the American people but faint bugles blowing reveille, of against Japan."I .
far drums beating the long roll."
this people throughout the world. He "
"One of America's greatest the success he achieved, nation shall return.
heroes is dead," the Presidentsaid. gives thanks to God for the had qualities of dignity, honor "I want you to know that when I Following his original operation,
cross the river last conscious
84 years he lived and served," and love of country that everyone my the general had recovered to the
thoughts will be of the ..
could emulate. corps.
the President said. point of being prepared for dis-
He issued statement saying that and "
the the
that Mac- Expression of loss were voiced corps..and corps.
MacArthur "fought his last fight Johnson added hope charge. Then severe internal
with all the valor that distinguishedhim Arthur's "devoted wife and his throughout the world and one And they were. bleeding began In his esophagus,
behalf ofa of the deepest came from the Phil- Before he faded Intoa
in war and peace." young son know that on peacefully which resulted in the March 23
Mrs. Johnsonand ippines where MacArthur won the come his anxious doctors said
"But in the hearts of his coun- grateful nation, operation as corrective measure.
God's on Medal of Honor for his fight against he had entertained them with talesof
trymen and in the pages of historyhis I pray for grace From that time on, MacArthurwas
courageous presence amongus this great soldier and patriot." overshelming odds in the first daysof distant battlefields and stir kept in a "recovery room"
and his valiant deeds for us "At a time of Increasing complexity ; World War n. ring combat. He remained alert where medical facilities were
will never die," the President where ancient virtues are. Dr. Jose F. Imperial, charged' and determined almost until the available for Instant use. He was
obscured by the rush of events affairs at the Philippine Em- end.But not taken back to the executive suitehe

said.The President, at the same time, and knowledge, his life has reminded bassy in Washington, sent a tele- the combination of age and had occupied after his first sur-
issued us that the enduring gram to the general's wife, Jean. the strains of surgery proved too gery.
proclamation formally announcing -
to the American people, strength of America rests on Its He told her that her own pain and much for Army doctors to over- The operation on Easter Sundaywas

with deep regret, the 1eath of capacity for such simple qualitiesof sorrow might be eased a little by come. to remove part of the Intestine
and honor and the knowledge that "Filipinos at MacArthur entered the Walter
"one of the most distinguished integrity loyalty, which was being strangled by an
soldiers in the history of th" United duty." home and abroad share your grief Reed Medical Center on March 2, old hernia sac. Then kidney trouble
States." Sen. Richard B. Russell, D-Ga., deeply." suffering from jaundice. On March developed.
Johnson ordered that the American chairman of the Senate Armed "Gen. MacArthur's memory will 6, surgeons removek his gall blad Arrangements for the general's
flag be flown at half-staff on Services Committee and the man live forever in the hearts of my der. This, it was belatedly dis- admission to the hospital were
all public buildings and grounds, who handled the Senate hearingsIn countrymen, a people he loved next closed, brought on liver failure.On made by President Johnson who
all military posts Naval stations, 1951 when MacArthur was removed to his own and who in turn,counted March 23, his spleen was called MacArthur when he learnedthe
and Naval vessels, until from command in Korea him as their own," Imperial said. t taken out after internal bleeding aging warrior had been feeling
MacArthur's funeral Saturday.The by President Truman, said the Secretary of Defense Robert S. began. And on Easter Sunday, the ill. An Arl Force plane was put
flag atop the White House general's death "removes one of McNamara and Army Secretary doctors removed eight feet of in- at the general's disposal for the
was lowered to half-staff at 3:43 the last of the giant figures from Stephen A lies sent formal noticesto testine. trip from New York to the capitaland
America's military installations Since that final operatton the the
P.m. EST shortly before the proclamation the world scene. hospital's executive suite,
',was made public. Other expressions of loss came throughout the world to lower their condition of the five-star general reserved for presidents and dignitaries -

Johnson further directed that the from high and low alike. flags in tribute. gradually deteriorated. His kid- was assigned to him.

.. : .t Win 4-2; Lose 8-2 ..... l '''' ,l
8 The Florida
Page Alligator MondayApril 6,1964I Thlnclads
:' i., : ,* '<. ." ;t/ft ,. .'
'..;( ;;r :'; Gators Split I

:N :' .,;: Win LoseThe :,
. :, t Florida varsity track team :

: split dual meets with Florida State Auburn Series
r di and Georgia Tech Saturday, while I
q' 1 ; the freshman squad beat both of i'oo::
r its opponents.
Florida smashed Tech 103-41 The Florida Gators stopped Auburn -. up with another bunt, and More-
r s ,,,v but FSU beat the Gators 7471. 4-2 here Friday, but lost to croft scored on Jim Duncan's long
i w iI; 'f' The Baby Gators beat Tech 14-3 the Tigers by an 8-2 margin Sat- fly.
,9 b, ;, : bpd FSU 12-5. urday for their first Southeastern Saturd y, Auburn lefthander

(:,: Two varsity records fell Saturday Conference (SEC) setback of the Jimmy Crysel fired a three-hitter,
year. vent two for three at the plate,
Bill Roberts broke the
and scored three times In leadingthe
k. 330-yard intermediate hurdle record Despite the split, the Gators
Tigers to the 8-2 victory.Florida's .
', with a 39.3 clocking. Charles .remain in first place In the SEC's
Oates set the old record last sea- Eastern Division with a 6-1 record. only scores came in
the second Inning when Tom Shannon
a son In 39.5. Auburn places second with 4-6. -
blasted two-run homer to
The 440-yard relay team of
t Florida tied it with two runs in give the Gators a temporary 2-0
George Leach Jim Brown John
the third Allen Trammel's two-
on lead. Auburn came back with a
Anderson and Pete Rowe beat Tech
-. run triple, which plated Jim Dun- pair to tie it in the third, and
with a 41.5 clocking which broke
can and Bill Blomgren, who had went ahead 4-2 in the sixth. They
:t'i the old mark by one-tenth of a
walked ahead of him. plated four big runs in the eighthto
, .. second.
/ 3 "a The thinclads are now 4-1 for The Gators went ahead to stayin win going away.

the season with one more dual meet the fourth when Randy More- Jim iiiggart abosrbed the loss
,6 1. scheduled against Auburn April croft walked, Eggart bunted him for the Gators, his first of the
y 25. to second, Ron Creese moved both year.
,, ..

e uY "r Netters Top FSU ,P tr nl'te '

The UF varsity and freshmen In varsity play, the Gators came
tennis teams both closed out regu- through to capture two of the three Ad ertrS rs;
i lar season play with wins here doubles matches to win the day.
-- --'--
HIGH HURDL'ERt Saturday over Florida State Uni Singles play had ended up In three
wins for both teams.
t Mike Dosch competed for Gators in Saturday's track
The varsity netters won a close BE SURE TO
" meet. Florida won over Georgia Tech, but lost to FSU. 5-4 decision to end their season The overall score was tied up
with an 11-4 record, while the when Ron Rehbune and Vic Stone
frosh captured a 6-1 match to end came through with 6-2 and 8-6 TUNE IN
the year with an undefeated 8-0 doubles wins to give the Gators
i' ., mark. the victory.

4 : with Mural RebuttalDear ALAN'S CUBANAHOUR

Physics Dept.
tl ,v Mr. Laney:
Sports Editor.t Wins TitleA

As sports editor of The
got off the ground. sh_.le by Dave Carley In the ALLIGATOR you have the power NIGHTLY
We were threatened from every side, we were told It couldn't be seventh inning gave the Physics of the pen, and your altruistic
done, and they finally sent straight to the top and pulled Dean of Department a 6-5 victory over design for a campus playoff !snot 11 -12
Student Affairs Lester Hale into the act, but they couldn't stop the Hume Bigham for the UF All- only a good one, but a pop-
first annual All-Campus Softball championship from being played. Campus Softball Championship at ular one on campus.Unfortunately .
This controversy started two weeks ago when the Alligator called Beta Field, Friday. your cries for it wggg
the intramurals department and asked them to sponsor this same type The single drove in short stop were totally undiplomatic and d c-
of tournament. Bob Ranzminas from second to tatorial.
Spurgeon Cherry, the head of the intramurals department stated climax the Physics' comeback. Last fall the Orange and Blue
this positively could not be done by his office. His reason: The boys The winners represented the League Fraternities voted 21-3
had voted on the issue early In the year and had decided against the Independent League and Bigham NOT TO HAVE A CAMPUS PLAYOFF -
playoffs. represented the Dorm League in You intimate that decision
When this was checked out It turned out to be true, or at least half the Alligator sponsored playoff. is not democratic, but I ask this:
Invitations were extended to four Is it democratic for the Indepen-
true.Last trimester when the Orange and Blue Leagues were InvolvedIn teams, Including Sigma Nu of the dents to force and coerce the fraternities *
water basketball and feelings were running high between the two Orange League and Delta Upsilonof into a game they don't

leagues a vote was taken. the Blue League. Neither fra- want to play? (And I say that AS
The question put to the fraternities was: "Do you want playoffs In all ternity team was able to partici AN INDEPENDENT.)

the sports?" Let's look a minute at your logic:
The objections that could be raised against such a plan were innumerable pate.Lynn D. Doverspike pitched for you chose the last possible sport, says .

The Orange and Dlue Leagues would have been unrealistic the winners, giving up 12 hits. softball; you chose to violate uni-
if they had agreed to such a thing. Cal Reichelle went the distancefor versity regulations by playing the
However, have you noticed who wasn't there at the meeting? Neitherthe the losers allowing eleven week before finals and above all,

dorms or the independents were represented.They you placed the fraternities in a
t were merely informed of the fraternities decision there wouldbe hits.Bigham jumped off to a 4-0 difficult position. According to

no playoffs. lead after three Innings getting two Jack Katz, President of the Sigma
The game was originally scheduled between Delta Upsilon fraternityand in the first and two in the third. NU House the Issue was one where ((You can get more insurance
Digham section of flume As late as Friday noon the game was still Physics came back In the fourth "A third party Issued a challengeto
later if can't
on, even you pass
scheduled to be played. with two runs and the sixth with two other parties.;'
{ Then. .at the last moment. .the ultimate power, which resides three on a triple and two home- "Sort of like 'my friend can the physical exam at that time
with the head of the Intramural department, and not the students as it runs by Doverspike and dave beat your friend'' Ergo, The Hard to believe? Call me and I I'll

Is claimed, put the kiss of death to the tournament -- or so they thought. Mason. ALLIGATOR had involved two fraternities show you how. No obligation.?
Cherry got In contact with Hale, Hale got In contact with the DUs The dorm team returned in the who had not challengedeach
and the result. .a game the students wanted was denied them. top of the seventh with three suc- other.
When Cherry learned a game was going to be played anyway, he cessive singles and a sacrifice fly Next fall is soon enough for your
came out to stop it. Cherry tsked both managers to stop the game. by Leonard Hall to tie the scoreat project, after all you can't get

Doth managers refused. 55. your Blue Key in this, your sopho-
Cherry threatened to take them before the Intramurals board for In the last of the seventh Den- more year.

action. Neither of the r ianagers seemed impressed. nis Vance led off with a fly ball Time and the UF student body 4y 4
However, here is another place where intramural department's type to center.Ranzminas doubled,Jake will decide this issue -- Not you <
of democracy comes into play. Cherry helps pick the board members. Leventhal grounded out third to or I. .
,, When the two teams come before the Intramural board next year, or first and then Carley hit his game ERNIE LITZ j
whenever they meet, the) may get off very easy. winning; single. Mural Publicity Director ""

,, Cherry will no longer .'.* as fired up over the whole thing as he is ,.
now. If he wants the maers. to know they have really upset things ,.d

they will be severely punisl ...
Cherry told me when 1 first went to him with the idea, If the boys *JIM LABREC
want to get together some weekend and play for a keg of beer that was CASH
all right with him. It was beyond his jurisdiction. 1105 W. University Ave.

But If the game were going to be played for something respectable, Suite 4Gainesville
such as the trophy which was awarded, this could not and would not Fla.

be done except through the intramural department.The 372-2357
Alligator has been threatened for going beyond its duty as a MARION FINANCE representingTHE

student newspaper for sponsoring such a game. COLLEGE LIFE
I, personally, have been threatened with my job. INSURANCE COMPANYOF
We were only trying to bring the campus something In which all FR 6-5333 Loans up to $600 222 W. Univ. Ave. AMERICA
who were participating wanted. The opposition which was againstus
every step of the way was democracy at work. .UF style.


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TPhe F2JOPrIda Alligator Vol.56, No. J2 Un' versit o* fiuildo,GfOnewi Mody Apt 6, 06. DEADAT 84 Old S Loses W'ASHtiWt1(N it ''I -K uthe A rmpy I I is \lit iie'I Suidav. Amrerlca's "ulu ,oluir cum ed it :3 p.rr. I I oldier HisL Fe(ii Io lhi. Seminole, P Student public Os are closn up shop. Reflecting campus life in pictures, the Seminole yearbook will be distributed today at the Information Booth across from the Flub to those who purchased their Seminoles during the subscription drive earlier this year. Greeks will have to wait until Wednesday if they ordered their Seniinoles in blocks. Extra copies may possibly be on sale after the last shipment arrives in a week or so, said Phi iv ivte> thie withm i mth 'eel Beta Phi Bet a K ippi ha', named 5 IF alumni, graduate. stduents, and Widergraduates to membership in the national schiolirshup honorary. MacArthur ust ml it On Sale V aging ltditor I eth R r aelski. The New Orange 'eel (NOP) goes on sale today fot the fourth and last lime until fall. (ormbinng features and humor, the NOP will sell for 25 cents at distribution points including the Peabody-Benton Flail 'area, the Main Library, the Information Booth, the Flub, the Medical Center, and Norman Ball. Tomorrow the Alligator will be published for the last time this trimester. Publication will be re'sumed this summ er with the Summer Gator. Kappa All were initiated jnt', member ship F riday night at the annual Phi Beta Kappa banquet held in the Flub. Information--Please Obtaining I nforni tion from UI F officials can be like trying to pu t spaghetti through a meal-grinder. George Mimis, staff writer for The Alligator, was assigned to interview an Alaskan student about the tragedy in his horne state. In an effort to find the name of an Alaskan student, Mims called several university officials. The following is an account of Minm's efforts: "Hello operator, I am George Mimis of the Alligator state .I have been assigned to do a story on the Alaskan crisis, and need to interview a student from Alaska to get his opinion, Would it be possible for you to give me the names of several students on campus whose home state is Alaska?"' "One moment please. ..perhaps the registrar can help 'ou in this matter. Their extension is 2338.' "Hello, I am George Minms. would it be possible for you to give me the names of several students on campus whose home stat. is Alaska?"' information. But, I amn sure the office of the Dean of Men could help you in this matter. Their extension is 2264.'' SHello, I am Georg. Mims. ., would it he possible for you to give me the names of several stidents on campus whose homestate IS Alaska''' ''One moment please. ..perhaps Dean Adams (Frank T.) could help you in this matter.'' "hello, I am George Mimis. would it be possible (or you togive mre the names of several students on campus whose home state is Alaskan' "George, we are not at liberty to give such information out. But, I am sure the president's office could help you In this matter,. Their extension is 2311.'' 'Hello. I am George Mims. would it be possible for you to give me the names of a couple of students on campus whose borme state is Alaska'' ''George, we are not at liberty to give such information out. But, Battle throuli tree ii ..war. sill thiwe i s (til itd t le wi', kept dliv. iwu I ti,4 elild ily by his "Innately strouc onistitutiou, hi, st r rg fibit, Ihis will to live.'' ['he gener oil's body was immdtately prepared for transfer by motorcade to New York City, where it will lie in repose in the Seventh Regimental Armory on Tuesday. The nine-vehicle 'aravan, including the general's family, left Walter Reed for New York two andl one-half hours fte r Ii, death. The body will hi' retur,,.' *i (See MacA RtHU R Page 7) Picks 35 UIF alumni hosen wer harles I). F ir, is, associate professor ,f political sciene, arid I ward Earl Skipper. F iv.' g, iduate students, all candidates for Ph. U degrees, were tapped. Indlud.d are David Don Carley, Jackson Gilbert Gay, Roger Malone IIaigh, Kenneth hare 'awso", -a William 'es"ystele-. Undergraduate members ire Mary EC. Conrad Alley, William Barney Barfield, Eileen Muriel Brennan, Ge r ald L. Clayton, Cherie A. A. Doverspik, leslke Clive Ellwood, Robert S. Fennel II, David II. (,Ioeckner, William Alfred hladdad, Sylvia Jean hlardaway, IRobert Ross iaywary, Merrilyn Sue Hire, Robrrt Ashley hlolliste r, Ronald J ark Jaszc zak Mary Lewis JowaisaN Arnold Marlin Kwart, Sue Ann lehrke, Myron Thomas Mlcai, Margaret Neal McCutchln, M atthe w Stafford Moore, Jose Antonio Ojfeda, Elsa Saavedra, Martha Irene Symes, David Howard Tracy, Holland lDnfei Truitt, Mary I'ranchs Tucker, Alice B. [uthy Tym, and Jullette Christine Winigrield. 5' a STUDENTS PICKE TED HOLLAND -.About 300 students sponsored by the Student .Group for Equal Rights at the Universi ty Inn Friday night where Holland spoke to the Alachua County Association For Mental Health. (Photo By Carol By SKIP' Staff IA V I VI Writer I rfs~Tht lohnu I.! .ilmoik'( ietiry of A~adnnl'ri Affairs Was ifintely ',ettl'd Friday aft*rooul us Ken Kennedy, stxdegit governmen pri'sdent, ret ir nri from the li hospital IC) take over the reins of his offi'', 'The I egis litiv, olltil will lefinitely niot be Lskeli to ri' indider approval of ilancock for the cain rt position,'' Kennedy, 31W, s'ad "'' legislative ( o""i'i exercised their prerogative and we int.nd to bide by their decisiOn."' IIan oik cainti appoint ment as Secrtar y of Ac idemnir failed to receive the approval of the 'ouncil I erurilly by a 29-IS roil Small vote. "I regret the statAmerits made fl last Thin sday' s Alligator concernirig the future of llancock's position,'' Kennedy said. "Thise statements did riot represent my views, but came about from a misunderstandingg.' Kennedy was r,'ferr tng to stalements made by Steve I rerudman, Kennedy's admi nlstrat lye ts Ustant who handled matters of policy while Kennedy was hospitalized with a collapsed lung. Ireedmral, 4EV. had stated haNC 'P. yx n Johnston) Is Out rock,* IUli, "was doing a fine job'' and would remain "acting secretary' until he could be presented ag .11n for con dii approval. if he 'till keep him (hancock) on, Freedman Wa% quoted as saying. liad fr.sdminr's statements to thi, Alligaitor about keeping ianiork (ID us attlag sorreltary repr's rntid stulenit gove rinment id minisiralti polki y, it would hive vIolittedl ikott iih spirit irmd the letter of the St udiert I Idy (oilTlionipso", rui'jurity'f"oo leader of voT: l'arty saId. Freedmian in the same story also rappedi VOT I Party for making approval or Hancock's appointneiit a 'party issue' anid falling to give a satisfactory rca,ijr why he was refused approval. 'VWE Party's leadership did not initiate a move in the caurus to drop hancock; it was begUn by freshman and sophomore courtcli members who had served with him previously or lived in his housing area, Tbompson said. "Hancock's appointment was onl the agenda mailed to each council member and less than 50 per cent of the Gator Party members cam to the meeting. This suggests a possible reluctance to express their opinion,' Thompson 2UC, said. According to the SG Constitution, all cabinet appointments nominated by the SG President must receive approval by a majority of all legislative Council membrs. A new name for Secretary of Academic Affairs wlllbeprtsented for council approval, probably at the first council meeting of the next tri mester." Kennedy said. \rmy Medn al t Cuter. He w-Is M, mil a mele shalow of il* num who fought withstash md glori


I ir t I, Army Brass Met By Peace Picketers \ring i nr I Iwte 4 1 d I [g~naius w hit'd by Coi fII/' h Uniion whi*, iris pl.iie tour hidIowri her.' slho, tly ifter 2:l() JIn I r dlay. A ter beinir ireseIt.e with ,ki tthe city bcy Mayor Byrr,,' MI. Winm, liiis walked by the ph be 1III'1 S r oua su ti t .I hiti I I] l iri ,1 j>.J Eli' II I Ii I11 ie ,14. COLLEGE 18 to MAKE $100 A WEEK MEN 20 F QUALIFIED! in. 0S KSJL a' li mxcsid tihi L' I0up wanjilI to lasaweek wVaS spenl oil Jefenise, while ,Ihnsonr's wa' 'I povErty' roniy got a single' hillier, or awhile year. williams ad the g rotip was "'a srt of weli OTVJn onmtee' o test. lie was rife ring to the Stude nt Gro'ip for which weri' from Ull's versity Inn Equal Rights activities highlighted by a march Tigert flail to the UrnFriday night. ~< ~ I PICKETERS CARRIED *.that read "Welcome members of the Student Dr. Pea SIGNS Strongelove" and "Get Out Of Vietnam."~ The picketers, ce Union, said they were not protesting Ignotius' arrival, merely wanted him to ''be aware'' that the ''industrial-miitary complex1 discussed enough." (Photo by Carolyn Johnson) Boa rdS By J(HN(CLENIEN\ N Staff Writer A plan to combine the College of Agriculture, Agricultural Experiment Station, Agricultural Extension Service, and the School of Forestry is now before the Board of Control, ic ording to Dr. E. T. York, provost of the Agrirulturad E xpei ''nent St ation,. If the change is approved, the four divisions will join together under the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences. York said the proposal was approved by the U F administration earlier in the year. In February, he said, the plan went before the Board of Control and was approved 'in principle." The Board of Control Is now studying the change for possible ena~ tment. Presently," York explained, "the College of Agriculture, Experiment Station, and E xterision Service are separate entities -although they are all under the Agriculture IDepartment. They each receive separate appropriatrons under their individual budgets 'Because many of the teachers are also involved in research work. confusion often res tlts. At timfles, rm1CI reei their paychecks from Fudies Merg e three separate sources. 'The proposed combination would ease the administering of the budget and make our programs much more flexible," York said,. The School of Forestry is not under the Agriculture Department at the present, but York said it would come under the new classification because It 'is closely related to us.' 'Some of the agricultural research funds now go into forestry Carpenter IDr. Thomas 0. (arpeniter, assistant director of housing has resigned to assume the duties of Director of Auxiliary Services at Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton. Dr. Carpenter's resignation will be effective May I. ''We are sorry to have Dr.Carpenter leave,'' said Dr. Harold C. Hiker, di rector of housing. ''Florida Atlantic University is getting a fine addition to its staff.'' Dr. Carpenter has been at the Go was not Plan work, so there is a great amount of inter-departmental coopers tion," York said. York also stressed some other changes in the Agriculture JDepart ment. One of the changes is lihe 'onsolidation of College of Ag' iltiji curriculum. York said the agronomy, fruit, and vegetable crop divisions will by combines under a' plant sciences curriculum. Quits Job UF Housing Office sin"'19 lie came to UF as a graduate student in the College of briM ness Administration from Memphis, Term, in 195?. lHe was on the faculty at the College of Business Administration from 1957 to 1959 as a teaching assistant and later an Instructor in econOrnI(S. In addition to his duties at U F Housing, Dr. Carpenter teaches I course in statistics in the Schuol of Business AdminIstratiOn. Greyhoud to your bomecty ORLANDO MIAMI -WEST PALM BEACH.JACKSONVILLE .AND other east coast cities. *. Bus ..calII Depot the Gainesville Greyhound for Reservations.Fr 6-525 St q I A DIFFERENT RECEPTION ATTENTION SPECIAL DIRECT BUSES far END OF TRIMESTER TRANSPORTATION i nema el the is we.' synipdheta.'


Rebel Gives Inside Story Of Revolt *i I h ', 1 1 [ iiI I t i i i s ILI A, 4 A I ~ d ht'' e~n ljal i .i Ish n tp i ro Iutited States. Iii i wvaV, wve h LI'!enpla this for two V.115. \S s1101 5 Jhoto (oultrt hi'