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CONVENTION REPORT

THE VANTAGE POINT

The GOP on TVEditor's

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( note: This is the battle was (J"'*r. If nothing had
W/AI second report from John Hancock, ever been said about amendments, RlqT
who was in San Francisco this the platform would have been
past week attending the GOP National adopted with little fuss. But once
Convention. He was sche- made open issues, two of the
duled to return this morning questions demanded immediate at-
around 9.) tention. Since Scranton had madea
bid pn.a stronger civil rights "What Extremists? "
By JOHN HANCOCK plank, there would have to be some-
Staff writer thing done about civil rights. And
once Scranton had brought up extremism -
SAN FRANCISCO, July 16 .. If within the party, the GOP
ever a political party came closeto would have to take a stand if it
voting itself out of existence, were not to appear that Gold-
the Republican Party did it here water himself was an extremist.
Tuesday night. The Scranton amendments were
The GOP split over five amend strong and aimed at Goldwater, cktkkti
ments to the 1964 platform and not the Democrats. Michigan's $ .. ,
allowed its bitter personal battles Gov. George Romney proposed two
to rage before the cameras of all compromise amendments in the
three national television networksas areas of civil rights and extrem-
well as international wire ser- ism, and his plea for them was .
vices and all the other representatives sincere. I IITI.mmml1lll.ill.TIWTtl-'IThe Florida!'.,.? ". ,, .' /", 'C' ".::. :.' ::,',' ..
of the press who had come to But the Goldwater delegates did
San Francisco to report the con- not understand Romney, if they even
vention to the nation and the world. listened to him. They were still ALLIGATORVol.56
Here is what happened in San so angered by the Scranton attempt -
Francisco: to sabotage their candidatethat
Gov. William Scranton had cometo Romeny appeared to them only
the convention late last week with another member of the''StopGold- No.157 University of Florida Gainesville Friday, July 17, 1964Winners
Las Vegas giving 20-1 odds againsthis water" movement. They would
nomination. lie had just two have none of it. !lThr lD: mJIMtIYIJ) fi nmliljWIJjER.:: 1:' ] a :\ 'Q'i1a

things going for him. The Romney amendments were
First was the inescapable fact also defeated.
that it was the delegates of the As a result, the Congress of
convention who wanted Goldwater, Racial Equality sympathizers pro-
not the Republican voters across mised to walk out of the conven-
I.i
the country. The strong Gold- tion when Goldwater was nomi- '. 1--i I It
water organization had capturedthe nated, though they later decided .: t
delegates directly without cam- the sit-downs and other tactics. ;
paigning very much to the elec- Newspapers that have been callr
torate. Ing Goldwater the"right-wing can i
Second was the national "Stop didate" will have more ammunitionto
Goldwater" movement that never use against him. t
got off the ground, but which had "Those of us who have been with r M1
the potential of cathlng fire at the the Goldwater campaign for two t,
last minute, with many of the GOP years are aware of his positionwith << J-
big names in its support. regard to extremist groups ',;' _
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However, the delegates didn't and civil rights legislation, but ; _
seem to care about the voters our arguments in his behalf will : x
and the movement didn't catch fire now fall on ears even deafer than 'f.;:
and Gov. Scranton began to graspat when Rockefeller was the GOP !,:.
straws. He tried a debate, but frontrunner a year ago," said one i A
Goldwater refused. He tried to Goldwater man. .
needle Goldwater, but so secure in "How can we say that the Birch a i p
his control of every aspect of the Society supports Goldwater but ).
convention was the front-runner Goldwater does not support the
that he was only amused. Finally Birch Society? i! "
Scranton proposed three amend- "How can we argue that if the <
ments to the platform in a last- society is an extremist group, so
ditch effort. And the battle was on. is CORE and the NAACP and
Scranton had hoped that if he that the latter are significantly ,
could secure passage of even one more dangerous?
of his amendments the tide would "How do we prove that Gold- i:.
turn and he would have a chance. water is for civil rights but against :;
for the second straight year at the University of Pittsburgh summer debate
Therefore the amendments were federal civil rights legislation and J
nothing more than personal attackson make that understood?" :: tournament this past weekend were, left to right, John McDevitt, Maxy) Bacchus,

Goldwater and the convention More important, how can the :F f Danny Kopels and Ed Zeidwerg. They were named outstanding affirmative team
knew U.The leaders of the fight against Gold- fi in the and additional in debate
contest
Goldwater forces had more water and proponents of platform ; piled up points a parliamentary followingthe
than 800 votes and tht'I',01." no amendments who are also leadersof ". contest.
fighting them. They quickly and the Republicans in their .. ...... .. ... .......
respective '''' ', '
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( :(,.jt11 rwJlIJJ1m
overwhelmingly I rejected ;
everyone states deliver the votesto .
of the Scranton amendments and the GOP in November? This 'II "j "

destroyed every aspect of the includes Michigan's I I : Romeny, '.It Pick Prizes
Scranton movement.But Pennsylvania's Scranton, New \ 'f! up
there was a problem that York's Rockefeller and New .-',r : t>'
lingered on after the amendment Hampshire's Lodge.FLORIDA Suminer Frolics, lfC1) ended up
with it $140 deficit Members of
the Frolics committee felt it could
C, :r .,. .Ce. '.,'" "" ":..l1Btr\ : "t have been prevented had they known
ahead of time that the entertainment
was available a couple hundred f
I dollars cheaper.
A few tickets were sold at a
PLAYERS REVIEW Page 2 reduced; price after the&tart to help

____._.m.. make up the lose.
I. Despite the dip into red Ink,
everyone called the Frolics a suc
"".
cess.
Thirteen door prizes are still
waiting to be claimed: in the Student -
Government offices, upstairsin
the Florida Union. Unless these
prizes are picked up by 5 p.m.
Wednesday, they will be returned
," to the merchants who contributed
them to the frolics.
u
The winning numbers are: 321,
248, 349, 211, 72, 134, 78, 74, 62,
,
r- 89, 80, 51, and 112.

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Page The Florida Alligator Friday, July 17, 1964 .
'''ROPE' REVIEW



-Rope' 'bravura display'''


will study performing arts .
Group By JAMES H. SMITHAn hearts of the two "emancipated"

students.In .

Intentionof unusually rich University last night's performance, the
Dr. J. Wayne Reitz, UF presi- lutlon, Reitz named Dr. Harry Health Center, It was the solid- dramatic ended this week witha audience's Interest was totally
year
to act as a
dent, last week backed a reso- Philpott, university vicepresident the group display of theatrical captured even before the action
arts on cam- bravura
lution by a group of university to propose names for the fier for the creative excitement from director Richard began, and never for a moment did

personel to form a committee to University Committee to make the pus."It was an informal group which Mason In his production of Pat- Mason allow the growing suspenseto
study the problems of growth and study. psychological slacken or the audience's at.
council Hamilton's
to act as a rick
to Reitz got together
The resolution
creative and came
development of the
Mason's stagIng tention to waver. This was achieved
and to thriller ROPE. Dr.
to unify
and overall body ,
1 of
arts on following a July meeting an
performing campus.In : Great GodBrown" primarily through visual
Informal of university administrators strengthen the creative and perf::f: of O'NelU's "The terms
with this
concurring reso- group
)i this season was The handling of stage movement
earlier
;
faculty and students. forming arts on the campus, particularly ,
: ,_I'mi of the the of the actors
"r' Included In this group were with new university one of the most Impressive positioning the

Ii IiSomething members of the Speech Dept., growth," said Jordon, one of the 'J past several years. In that pro- use of glances and over-the.
Dance and Music Depts., as well administrators attending the meet- ':.:>;: duction Dr. Mason was able to shoulder stares were frankly su
vivid and convincing perb.
Into
translate a
as representatives from student Ing. .t
.IiI } of the The sets and lighting of Ronald
government. Reitz made his approval of the j theatrical picture one

; According to L. R. Jordon, director resolution known last week in a ':.J most powerful symbolic plays of Jerit were completely right. The
>
of the J. Hlllls Miller letter to Jordon. _. the modern theater. In this week's set was realistic through clever
>, ., 1II.IIE :mMt!! H \. ""."J<.,;"'_MN..>.N s&<,",L 4P.i. .>.w :z:. il ;?:: ninn:'l t, production of "Rope." Mason has utilization of angles the proper
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U ( *, 'mw.m1 W'ii'f'Wi 1t!!W : in'OY'fR"
JI. coped successfully with an even ominous atmosphere was created.

more difficult task--that of rea- Mary Stephenson's costumes,par.
lizing on the stage the full dra- ticularly the two dresses of the

matic potential of a play that some- ladles, were perfect.In .
times hovers uneasily between the difficult roles of the
to start with ? Victorian melodrama and modern young murderers, Alan Hendersonand

psychological analysis. "Rope," Z aIm 0 n Newmark showed

it must be said, Is rich In the- marked ability In the present and

(Editor's Note: The following policy has been pro- atrical opportunity but sparing of promise of future growth. Hen

posed by Lyceum Council since May, 1963, as a I. Season tickets should be available, at further psychological truth and philosophical derson was particularly effectiveIn
solution to Its problems. It has met with an unenthusiastic reduced rates. Another advantage In purchasing sea- substance. Ultimately, ROPE his control of body movementand

reception from UF officials. No action son tickets would be in getting better seats and must be classified as melodrama gesture. His angular form was

has ever been taken on It.) possibly the same seats for all or most of the eventsof a dramatic genre not always granted strikingly used to suggest Inner

I. INTRODUCTIONThe the season.J. acceptance by critics. But when, tension and anxiety. Zal Newmarkwas
Each series of season tickets would be on a as In this production, the directorhas Impressive in his several

Lyceum Council operation Is of vital and far- trimester basis.K. been able to distill from the scenes of panic and hysteria. In
reaching Importance to the University of Florida.The The proceeds from ticket sales should be usedto form all the splendid drops of old- the key role of Rupert, David Lane

Lyceum Countll attractions, their quality, how well bring additional attractions to the campus or to fashioned frissons and suspense, turned In the evening's most polished

they are managed, the effectiveness with which they support further the projects of the Lyceum Council, and when he has been able to con- and professional perform

are publicized, the number of events and consistencyIn primarily In providing an enriched program.L. ceal from our eyes, dazzled by his ance. Watching him was at every

quality of the various series, all contribute to the The present number of offerings should be dynamic stage picture, the some- moment delightful. Voice,gesture
cultrual Image of the University. The Lyceum Council Increased gradually. Eventually there should be times rickety structure and the and expression never fell below the

operation Is vital to the growth toward true excellenceof approximately one offering every two weeks, or 6 to absence of philosophical meat,then highest standards of "Broadway."

the University of Florida. under the present policy 8 events per trimester In the Lyceum Council Artists the form justifies Itself. Marty Ferguson's delightful sketchof

and scope of operation the cultural offerings on cam- Series.M. As everyone knows, "Rope" Is one of the "Bright Young Peo
pus are not as good as they should be for this univer- There should be Inaugurated In addition to the based on a famous murder case ple" of the '20's was completely
sity. The Council believes that these proposed sug- Artists Series a week-end series of "Popular At- of the '20's -- one Involving the charming, as was Don Demree's

gestions will contribute toward making a greater tractions" such as folk music groups, "name"bands, attempt of two young abnormal portrayal of the "Freddy' character

university and a more respectable cultural climateIn comedians and other entertainers. This series should University students to commit the Immortalized.by Shaw In"Pyg.mallon.
Florida. not sell season tickets but only single attraction tickets. perfect crime solely for the excitement ." Donald Albury's valet

Events and developments of the present and of This series should be made to pay for Itself and of the act. Hamiltonin and Lea Gramling's Sir Johnstone

recent seasons Indicate a need for reconsiderationof possibly to support an Increase In the offerings in his version of the crime seems Kently were on a different level,

the University's policy as regards Lyceum Council the Artists' Series. The' Popular Attractions should primarily Interested In generating but kept within the requirementsof

Operation, at this time. eventually consist of 6 to 8 events per trimester. suspense and "thrills," but he has the play. Peggy Dean had a
N. The Lyceum Council should be authorized to made an attempt to probe, rawer Juicy character" role and
H RECOMMENDED POLICY "scale the house" in the University Auditorium or disturbed'psyches
unsatisfactorily, Into the proved a delight.
Florida Gymnasium to make it possible to obtain
cer- of the seemed entirely -
murderers. Director The large audience
A. Student government should continue to supportthe
tain desirable'attractions and present them
as.a
Mason flushes
succeeding
out the meager satisfied and
Lyceum Council program with student activity fee service to the students and
university
allotment community, psychology of the dialoguewith diences should expect to be thrilled
at
.
as present.B.
at the time the
same making attractions for
pay visual "turns" Tour-
that help the by Dr. Mason's theatrical
The Lyceum operation should continue to be
themselves, as nearly as possible.O. audience to
carefully co-ordinated with that of the Department of see deeper Into the de-force.
The business operation of ticket printing,sales, I
Music and the over-all Activities Calendar of the
and financial accounting, of house management, advertising -
University.C. and publicity, supervision of a regular corps
The Lyceum Council should continue to function of ushers and of handling of legal details of contracts
as It does now with student and faculty members In should be vested In a permanent university staff
choosing and approving the slates of attractions to member.It .

ensure a balanced and desirable annual program.D. Is suggested that a new music-faculty position See What's_New i in. _
The University Auditorium should be used for all
might be created, with half or more of the new faculty
productions possible In order to take the
pressureoff member's time being devoted to duties as theatre-
the scheduling of the Gymnasium, provide a better auditorium manager for the University. Another sug- The Browse ShopTHE
situation In which to allow the audience to witnessthe gestion Is that the theatre-auditorium manager could

performance at hand and allow for a controlled be a member of the Florida Union staff.
reserved seat .
operation.E.
Lyceum Council members would gain the benefitsof
For all performances In University Auditorium,
experience working In a professionally managed
there should be reserved seat tickets. For events In
continuing operation. The professional theatre-
Florida Gymnasium there should be reserved section
auditorium INHERITORS .William Golding
manager should work to execute the deci- .
tickets, and general admission tickets for unreserved sions and policies of the Lyceum Council. BORSTAL BAY .Brendan Behan
.
sections but controlled
a number of tickets.
P. Ushers should be paid a nominal stipend, be
F. Two (or possibly more) performances of an carefully trained and supervised, and remain on THE ENTERPRISING AMERICANS .John
event could be scheduled in the University Auditorium
before and after
duty a performance until the audienceis ChamberlainR.C.A.F.
whenever It was deemed desirable and advisable, and Ushers should
dispersed. wear a distinctive
possible to arrange.G. arm-band or uniform.Q. EXERCISE MANUAL
The Lyceum Council should be authorized to AMERICAN GalbraithON
With a clear policy statement of Lyceum Coun- CAPITALISM .John K.
events.H.make nominal. charges to students for Lyceum Council cil operation, additional details of management wouldbe HER MAJESTY'S SECRET SERVICE

the responsibility of the theatre-auditorium man-
ager working within the frame-work of the policy. .Ian Fleming
On the price established for public admissionfor BLACK LIKE ME .John H. Griffin
any event, faculty should be granted a discount of
TO BE CONTINUED
25 per cent, and students a discount of 50 per cent. ( )

TECHNICAL & REFERENCE

. East African students visitFourteen Patronize


East African students receive in a new agricultural col- REGULAR FIGURES .Foch

who received diplomas for com- legs being built at Morogoro,Tan- Gator GROUP THEORY..Meyer

pleting a two-year agriculturalcourse ganyika. HANDBOOK OF
at West Virginia Univer- Advertisers CHEMISTRY .Lange

sity recently visited UF,the Citrus

Experiment Station at Lake Alfred, New officersNew
and the West Central Florida Ex-

periment Station at Brooksville.
officers for Phi Delta Phi S
the
first
The students represent G
class of a new agricultural collegenow legal fraternity are President,Bob Campus Shop & Bookstore
being built In Tanganyika. Feagin; Secretary, Brian Ellis;

They have received much the same Treasurer, Paul Huck; and His-

training as subsequent classes will torian, Vic Halbach.







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Editor's thought that after, being up so % .
r press showed we would tire quickly from S f' \
In the first physical exercise, but Instead : .f
i Sleep Squeeze" were able to swim and dive
this follow-up we wanted to without being t ...

plained earlier tired," said Luca. .
on the Apparently lack of sleep makes ;

be available good appetites because the =x wv jjjr
r but we will reported that they ate five
soon as they per day and gained at least
1
to two pounds over the week.
Eight The purpose of the experiment
seniors from to determine if the human body
f \ to bed tonight be selective about the stage g
as they want. sleep necessary for a person
filled a suffers acute sleep loss.
science. According to Dr. Wilse B.Webb, _
The last of psychology, who was _
_
Sleep Squeeze, the experiments, there ro R '
the sleep five stages of sleep which the
Hospital under undergoes during a normal
t Air Force sleep. These stages vary
search, has deep to light to dream sleep,
f For 14 days most restful being the deep a t ,
r
teenagers have dream sleep.
what It Is like Loss of the ability to concentrate r t t.
three hours of to be the most annoying Y tt "
C oN
According to of the experiment to the
of the subjects According to Eggert who was
the hardest to study some courses he LJ:1: a kS
from 2 to 5 take In the Fall, he could

8:30 p.m., the only about 15 minutes and George C. Solley, left yawns as H.W. Agnew checks'measuring devices on his head.
the day began swimming."I his mind began to wander and
was going down.Other un"J could not get back to the subject Solley is feeling the effects of sleepless hours spent taking part in an experiment at the I

Another problem was the UF Hospital.
In this to sleep after reading for
Trujillo, a short length of time.
Feaster, "We had no problem keeping
Greer, Tommy as long as we were active,
Luca and Bob cards, swimming; walking
June graduates taking part in other activities,"
High School. Luca, "but as soon as we
"It was a long drive or did anything
days we were might become monotonous we
Eggert. "We a very difficult time staying
punchy and ."

said seemed to One of the rules of the experi . .
went on to say was not to take' any stimu- :..: ..:. .'...
cupied to stay awake, and according .' .'' .1."
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"puns" during Eggert and Luca they were able f::;:>:. .' ,'>"''''.-.-':.r.:,.: f.;."
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"After the function on no more than three ? : 'N'"' ; J':1: x7 .v'nt. tYL.k
"1 l
became short of coffee {; !#i
per day. ;;;.' I1f! ; "" .
quite as funny, Dr. Webb explained that a de- '!;i..r" ." !II,,.,t .. :<+>!:t
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lized that we scientific report on the re- '....1"r.-i"::: ..",.,..,..."L",

days with of"Operation Sleep Squeeze" 1 'r:. 'f: .
began to ease not be completed for sev- 111 l\\\ : AI.
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The boys months, but the University of I t W.
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swimming in psychologist offered some :. ,f. J .)
and springs observations on the
area and boys and at no time observed sufficient -
student lie said the boys did not seem cause to discontinue the Harold Trujillo, right, also looks sleepy-eyed, as H.W.

campus. show any ill effects from their experiment: ," said Webb. Agnew prepares to plug the electrodes into an electroen- I
Dom Luca, of 21 hours sleep In seven Preliminary checks on the skill
called the tests required of the subjects dur- cephalograph.
the first time "We kept a close watch over the In the experiment Indicate no signi-

___ __________ ficant loss of ability to add numbersor
I respond to light signals for short
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Cool It At "Acute sleep loss might be a
35 Children
said Webb with a smile, "becauseit
took less than five minutes for
MAGNESIA) SPRINGS anyone of the eight boys Involvedto .
fall asleep once we let them go
to bed."

The boys found that the social h .

life pf a' teenager who undergoesan J ;' ....;
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oO experiment: like "OperationSleep )I. S. : t.t. r ''I
0 Squeeze"Is restrictive. ,f ,t, d 'II I
r --I- r r couldn't find anyone who wanted to 4 I
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sit up with us at 2 'a.m.," slad
-- ._..-_ 'T' r Eggert, "and we were so busy
>
trying to stay awake In the after- jI
\ noon we weren't very good com

pany." q : 't ofq _
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H. W. "Bob" Agnew, research I A saj
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< assistant, reported that the sin- ( ; { Y
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-:.. greatly restored his faith In the )'

use of teenagers for future experi-

Call David Reber: 481-9210 ments. "These boys have done a : .
tremendous job and have given a
great deal of themselves to make ..
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152-foot long SWIMMING supplied by a ,
successful
our experiment as as
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constant flow of fresh mineral water be A
possible. They can really proud --- -- -
of their accomplishments,"Agnew

Facilities Available For Private Parties said. Seeming to bite his tongue to stay awake, Bill Feaster,
All of the involved -
subjects related
Picnic Areas
L_ FREE that the experiment was more foreground, was another member of the eight. teenagers

10 miles east of Gainesville; 1 1/2 miles off State fun than they had expected and that tested recently. ,. *'
they would be happy to do It all w
Highway 20; turn at Grove Park. over again. ...t,:., ""{ ';1 .



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'o'p'i'N'"i ON

CINEMA: : #:


An interesting review l""" \;( __ .. ',1.1' .".. ,.. R>. "" ;>' ,, (+", '> ,, q I. "':f>

a
says almost cadentlally, "I will
WE
By DAVE FEDERMAN brother, is still assimilating the The book by Goodis had as Its COROLLARY #2: "THO WARMS not involve myself,"and of course,

movie and anyway, It really isn't theme the reluctance for engage- ARE SEEDED, THE SUN" he cannot help but do otherwise),
Thus
NOTE: The following is not a Important to understand, as the ment (moral and social) leadingto OUR BODIES AS ONE. Bill Berkson said KULCHUR
whichis
review in any conventional sense movie itself Is experience in direct (Indirect?) responsibility eyes see figures being LOVE "The"characters do what they,

of the word. Rather, It Is series the self-evident). It Is hoped though for other peoples' experience) (as the presence" In our own char-acts: must. Like the cleft in the rock

of notes and impressions without that you the reader will, after read- if the choice of doing or not doing "LOVE SEES. Truffaut's following the path of least resistance -
but he
formal regard for grammar or ing the review carefully, see a was really some choice): a kind acter is similar to Goodis' --Nature abhors avacuumfor
organization (corrections though connection between the form and of inverse proportion becoming has extended the idea of the per- ( Isn't nothing in its sheer im-

have been made where necessary content of the notes and how It absurd. son as vortex to the whole per- indicative of minds turn-
possibiity
muchto
If only to save the essence of an relates to the movie being de- COROLLARY #1: GOOD AND ceptual field. The movie has mindas ed in upon themselves) and all
from letter. It EVIL ARE THE RESULT OF do with eyes seeing, the
idea) taken a scribed. If you are still con- acts be the mind
might tending to
and
is not expected for every readerto fused, then just see the movieIT -- AEONS OF SEMANTIC CONFU- a kind of lens (objective) ,
rest ( ).
understand all that is being said IS THAT IMPORTANT!!.! SION STEMMING FROM THE to the degree which It opposes this, presence
. Charlie In the movie COROLLARY #3: WATER
here (the writer himself, my SEPARATION OF 'I' AND THOU. as WILL (
FLOWS DOWNHILL, AND SO WE
LOVE ONE ANOTHER. People In
Gwin'e to lay down my sword Down by the riverside, trouble are no exception. (I see

and shield, down by the way Down by the riverside. no contradiction between abhoring

W riverside. down v a vacuum and relaxation: Nature
O literally abandons into things--

"self-emptylng"). For instance,
i the waitress is shot--note how the

gangster draws his gun, twirls it
(slapstick) and fires;then thegirl'sfall

and you can see the mind

literally (the camera,that 15))fling-

Ing off the weight of many: the
death Is "grotesque" because
Don Addis
2Ea Truffaut doesn't want you to see It

as that; it is tragic but not In the

old sense of outcome but in the

sense of further unfolding and intensification -
When does Federman graduate ? (the death Is befittinga

.gun-twirler). The love scene
between Charlie and the waitress:

EDITOR: here is that a moving target is tember. So with your permissionI Bridge on the River Kwai." the camera actually weaves from
to the incredible restivenessof
harder to hit). Recently we con- shall rattle off a few. Space- Knock these If you will Feddy sleep

I have been needled! The peace ducted an entire campaign in his fully thinking we have a lulu this but the box office still counts relevancies waking speech (the satisfaction girl's ir-

and tranquility of the hot summer honor. Remember FEDDY? How week. "Robinson' Crusoe on and remember that those little proclaim
the usual need of
months has been too much for does he repay us? Example. We Mars." Following that is Brando, people on campus that you see from beyond self-jus
tification of the characters this
Federman to bear. His popularitypoll recently played a entertaining Nlven Jones in a delightful romp up there on your little ol' dark --
how it be all
has skidded and to bring his bit of nonsense titled "What A called "Bedtime Story;" followedby cloud will settle the issue. is can with things

following to life he turns once Way To Go" for two weeks. (First Debbie Reynolds in "Unsink- By the way Ed. .when does he beneficed by eyes delighting in

again to his only avenue of revenge week broke all admission records able Molly' Brown;" followed by graduate? love; she says "moutains are once this
against good entertainmentwhich here). Donald comes out on the Widmark and Poltler in"The Long again mountains). Contrast

locally is spelled Gainesville ELEVENTH night of showing which Ships;" followed by Angle Dickinson Otis RayManager scene.with Charlie and the prostitute -
Drive-In Theatre. naturally is too late for a review in "The Killers;" followed -these people become what

Frankly I do not understand his even if he did like it. You sa- by Guiness and Holden in "The Gainesville Drive-In Theatre they say and mean; they are not

I attitude 'towards us. We treat him weet boy, you. ......11", .:>>i' Me r" T Charlie always what is not they often say able they to KEEP are.
as a brother. Does he have to :
HIS WORD (in the most unimaginably -
borrow money to enter our place In his column today he can't say literal sense) and when speechIs

of business? NOr! In fact we even much for us except to keep look- CORNER not what people are,men disavow
allow him to bring friends on ing at our ads and wait for the fall.I JAZZ their own minds', become personal

occasion. Many times he has entered don't know about the fall as yet, ;ti:: and lose the life that Is--In this
without STOPPING at the so where does
he get this adviceto way the movie has more than a
box office. Just drives throughand wait. I do know about the rest J r, little to do with knowing what and

yells FEDERMANt! (moral of July, August and part of Sep- where one is. Note how we hear

Charlie swear disengagement, but
I Food Service chewed] ,; Getz better Rfe we do not see him, his presencein

a sense.

EDITOR: prices of crackers, butter and So courage Is not the problemnor

I must protest. I realize that heaven only knows what all. It morality--only the primacy of

most people reading this will think may not sound like much, but the acts. One might use words like

me a soft-headed idealist, com- prices the "lowered" were even function and process. It Is a world
pletely out of touch with more minute. It wouldn'tbesobadLt where people live as If the problemwere
reality ,.,..,.... ..... if
However, I am not writing this they would post all the changes, true (a double life), as

in the hope that anything will be or title their list, "New Lower '. restraint and averted eyes were
accomplished, but 'because I get Prices." But, oh no--they haw : By CHARLIE BUSH really alternatives to the waking

so upset sometimes with the prac- to sneak around. If it's'common life. There is no choice. We attend -
Stan Getz Is a Philadelphia born there in '27.
boy
for
tices of "businessmen." knowledge that businessmen are and there is not freedom
Although he has made his mark in the jazz world will
What started me off this time sneaky, then you'd think that busi- it or determing of it (free
with his tenor sax, he also plays a swinging bass
I was the advertisements of price nessmen would know that the public vs. determinism). The cameraas
: changes that UF food service plastered realizes lower prices only mean and bassoon. (Somehow I just never thought of the lens, as focus (I, i's, eyes),
bassoon as a jazz instrument.)
I around. Of course they only that they are finding a new way to finds "THE MIND'S OWN PLACE"to
Before he started forming his own groups he got ina beautiful
list the prices that went down, get more money! ( use George Oppen's
I meanwhile they quietly raised the little experience with the big bands. Stan played phrase). In the very refusal to
Marsha G. Brown, 3AS with Benny Goodman, Jimmy Dorsey, Stan Kenton and be "moral," Truffaut demon
he was one of the "Four Brothers" that
played with strates the one real moral geniusin
; --- The FloridaALLIGATOR t the Woody Herman band. our time. People who live by

What Dizzy Gillespie was to the "bop" movement, covenants of restraint or indul-
Stan Getz was to the "cool" movement. '
gence, the tautologies of "suffer s!
Stan is one of the few jazzmen who can put a jazz ing" and denial (censorship) will
record on the "Top 40." He did It in 1962 with not understand Truffaut's seeming

Editor . . . . . . .John Asklns "Desaflnado," and today he's doing It with "The Girl, "backing away." But as in Zen,
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From Ipanema. "If you have a staff, I will give
Executive Editors* "The Girl" is just one of the eight exquisite trackson you one; if you do not, I will takeit
Bob Thomas Benny Cason "Getz/Gllberto" (Verve record album V/V6-8545). away."
Assocute, Editors I have to admit that this Is the best record I have
the
When you watch movie, rea-
Jim Castello Ed Barber reviewed this year.
lize how total the frame is, bow
Pat Hogan Eunice Tall When real musicians get together and play only speech and movement disturb

what they want to play, and nobody tries to force it, .equally Into every part. We have
Sports Editor. . . . . . .Ernie Lltz and nobody tries to hog it all, the result is an album mistaken content too easily for

All photos by Carolyn Johnston unless otherwise noted. like this one. form, so readily do we use wordsto
otan writers This is not the "trash can bossa nova" that was entltize and divide. This movieis

John Hancock, Don Federman, RivaGoldberg,VernonSwartsel, flooding the market last year. This album has an reference, that is content, it
Liz Brewer", Charlie Bush, Jim Carleto, Anne Richards, Jim unusual quality. the more you hear it the more you proceeds (deductively), it performs -
Waldron and Patti Pltz. dig it. It grows on you. strive or
It does not
The record shops tell me that everybody In Gaines
exfoliate.
things
The Florida Alligator is the official student newspaper of the ville is buying this album. I know why When you hearIt grasp COROLLARY; *4: Statement for

University of Florida and is published five times weekly you'll tnow too. the public: Please attend the

except during the months of May, June and July, when it is movie.* It will be "clear;" "un

published semi-weekly. The Florida Alligator Is enteredas derstand" has nothing to do with

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f f3 Lane's proposal: nixEDITOR


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I read with interest the Alligators the Athletic Association. I knowof
article on student fee allo- three southern student bodies
ffl cations and the proposal to relinquish who relinquished their DIRECT
nominal control over the contributions to their athletic associations -
fees of the Athletic Association and and within five years
the Florida Union. I disagree with time lost the right of free admis-
this porposal. I spent two yearson sion to events EVEN THOUGH
,
the Legislative Council's Budget they still contributed'Indirectly to
and Finance Committee most athletics.

of that as its chairman and short Thirdly, the reasons why the administration
0 time as acting Secretary of Fi- will allow us complete
nance. control over athletics and the
:=: During this time, we came Florida Union Is that as soon as
J
F ? ___ in conflict with the administration we relinquish control over them,
( ( \ no less than three times on fee these fees will be applied to other
rrr- allocations to organizations other Important organizations who hold
than the above two. Our only weapon the ear of the administration (I.e.
,
.', to maintain our power and decisions intramurals, Lyceum Council,
; ; was the threat of not passing etc.). Soon we will have only nomi-
: the Athletic Associations' fees, nal control over these and other ..
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'. reached. Without even this nomi- I realize the difficulties in arriving -
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Union, we would have no weapon Union, but why should we weakenthe
.. .' JjFE. with which to bargain with the ad- strongest, wealthiest and most

ministration.Also responsible student government in
De t MArI ft1 THE N\OVit$ ., we are one of the few the south by handing over a major
I schools In the Southeastern Con- portion of its bargaining power to
ference that has FREE admissionto the administration without a
athletic events for Its studentsand struggle.
this .is because our student Jim Hlckland

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ANTI LION EL LETTER, Regarding the new, enthralling Jay L. Carter, TEG
cartoon series by the illustrious John F. Roscow, 3LW
Don Addis: Steve F. Rossman, 3LVYMICHAELENE
WHICH READ:

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..; > EUNICE'TALL slon under the direction of co- very tenuous thing, we've taken it which will then be managed by the
"" "i: :' \' Associate Editor chairmen Jennl Loudermilk and upon ourselves to do so through married students and the John
; ;,:\'.' .,., '\ \ .k., Casey Llnwlck, has other tenta- this organization," said Freed- Marshall Bar Association.

... .."J"' ..-... The once-popular tradition of tive plans for first trimester.Of man.A. Ideas about showing an occasional -

.. .,..... "" wearing rat-caps will come alive huge freshmen pep rally will outside "walk-ln"-type movie
": ; with the influx of more than 3,000 these, erecting a flag polein be planned for early Fall, among in the Plaza of the Americas have
., 'fti"j......,..'W.. j.''.,.'." Freshmen this Fall. front of the Hub Service Cen- others scheduled throughout the been discussed.

.. .. Soliciting cooperation from all ter for the official UF Flag seems football season.
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.,....i. ,',:'"'.,.':.,,;v'. fraternities and sororities, the feasible. Replicas of the flag& will Also concerning the football sea With the aid of a 12-man staff,
MYLET, Morale Commission of Student be made and sold along with other son, the commission plans to revise Student Government hopes to adopt

7AS, is the winner of a Government will try to Inforce this UF souvenirs to help defray the the card section of the crowd many of these suggestions.The .
custom throughout the Orientation cost of the flag pole. ', '
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$1500 ";#_ f.r 44.' D
scholarship given
Program and football season. The overall aim of the com- "

by Alpha Lambda Delta Formerly, Freshman were to mission, according Steve Freed-
wear the rat caps until Florida man, administrative assistant to CAMPuS COMPASS I
honorary sorority.
beat Georgia in the annual football the SG President, will be to raise
Miss Mylet is a cum game, or if defeated, until the spirit of the student body on

laude graduate of the Christmas vacation.The campus. ". ". ."...,__.... "" .m.",,_.tf_.'". "' _.__, _.._: _."..",, __. .._ _'
newly organized com mlsJ "Although building spirit is a
University of Denver. A special Tlshah D'Av service French Conversational Club

J will be held 8 p.m. Saturday nightat will hold a meeting Monday at
the Illllel Foundation. The destruction 7:30 p.m.1D the International Cen
of the Temple of Ancient ter. Refreshments will served.
Israel will be commemorated by
Surge' buildings
are projects
the chanting of the Book of La- The Cuban Students Revolutionary -
mentations.The Committee hereby Invites all
Florida Union Dance Com- persons Interested in the Cuban
will street dance situation to a lecture in Spanish
More building for the buck will be the theme for The new aerospace building's level floor, exposed mittee sponsor a
tonight from 8 to 12 on the offered by Max Lesnik, a well-
the future expansion of College of Engineering research trusses, and concrete block walls allow it to be builtat p.m.
south side of the Florida Union. known Cuban democratic fighterand
facilities. The new family buildings,termed a cost of only $9 a square foot, Nattress pointedout.
Emcee will be Stu Bowers of JournalK.. The lecutre will
"surge" buildings, will be built on the economy This compares favorably with on-campus research -
WDVH Radio. Admission will be take pla' tonight at 8.-15 at the
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plan, allowing more of then. to be built faster to structures costing $21 a square foot.
of Aero- free and the dance is open to students Main Library, Seminar Room, ,
meet pressing research needs. The cramped'projects of the Department
The first "surge" building has just been completedon space Engineering typify research ingeneral."We'vehad faculty, and the public. Fourth Floor.
Archer Road and will house the critically-cramped to tear down old projects to make room for new The Florida Union Films Committee -
projects of aerospace engineering."We ones, only to build them up again when the new projectsare will show "Lavender Hill
call them 'surge' buildings because they'll finished," said Associate Research Professor Mob" tonight and tomorrow nightat Need Instant Recreation?
take care of the recent surge In long-term research Dennis Keefer 7 and 9 p.m. in the air condi
projects,*' said Associate Dean of Engineering J. A. "The new building on Archer Road will Immediatelyallow tioned Med Center Auditorium. DAICHO
Nattress. The buildings will be cheaply constructedon expansion of the research projects of aero- Admission Is 30? and students,
inexpensive property away from the campus," space engineering," Keefer said. faculty, and the public may attend. (rhymes with Right Joe)

Nattress added. "Besides being cheaper, remote Two more buildings are slated tentatively for The Gator Amateur Radio Club now available at Mike's
sites allow more freedom for noisy or smelly research September, Nattress announced. They will house will meet Monday at 8:00 p.m. In & Chesnut's
and have less architectural restrictions." metalurgical and electrical research projects. Room 525 Engineering Building.



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wood Park after 5 p.m. Phone new; monograms, buttonholes, personnel required. Both near bus terminals for rides to the
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offer Woody Leonard, 2- 174. center kitchen,screened porch, (A-153-tf-c). [ Autos ] of the 6th of August. One
(A-I 7-lt-p). completely furnished,abundance of way Is only $15; save on the
closets, TV antenna, TOP condi- 8' x 43' Hick's Trailer with U' round trip -- only $25. Call
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Now this is a real idea! Grid postponedBy



Dear Mr. Litz: who tries and tries and tries again, but never quite

My knowledge of sports is generally confined to the catches the ball. ERNIE LITZ

Information I glean from my weekly copy of TIME They need a quarterback who trips over the painton Sports Editor

Magazine, but even I can see what It Is the Gators the two-yard line even when he Is alone. The football series Is being preempted today In order that all the

need. Witness the sad plight of the New York Mets. We need a team that can lose to Elephant's Breath spontaneous letters that have poured In can be printed. There are

They have lost, they are losing, and they will lose. Municipal College 430. others, but for now we will print these.

Try as they might, they only succeed In providingthe We need players who can act, who can scream with There is no one "right" way to play football. Bear Bryant has

perfect foil for Jim Bunning's perfect game. anguish and crawl off the field in a pool of ersatz been playing the same type of football as Bob Woodruff for years.

Yet the fans flock to Shea Stadium, screaming with blood at the lightest hint of an Illegal tackle. Yet, Woodruff Is booed and Bryant is cheered.It .

delight at the Chapllnesque performances they wit- We need a coach whose ungrammatical but faintly all comes down to a few very essential facts:

ness. oracular burblings can make the AP wire tingle.We 1. COACHING. I was at a football clinic In 1960 where one Big Ten

Twice as many of these frenetic enthusiasts and need all the home games to be played In Gaines- coach told me that there was no such thing as all this qulbllng betweenthe

their popcorned children attend the Mets' feeble attempts ville, or better still, In Mlcanopy. Southeastern schools. They've all got the same material, he said,

at pro baseball as do those of the ever- Once we have a football operation with this kind and they all play the same type of game. The difference he said, betweenthe

victorious Yankees. of character, North Central Florida will resound to "good" and "bad" teams was coaching. I'm personally a little

What the Gators need, therefore, Is not a perfect the deafening waves of cheering and hiccupping which skeptical of that, although the reason is that since 1960 academic requirements -

record, or an Invitation to each of the myriad Southern should rightly accompany college football.All has jumped sky high at many schools in the southeast, suchas

bowl games, or a star quarterback, or 77 points a those Interested In Gator football should repeat Florida and Georgia Tech. Don't let anybody kid you out there.

game. nightly: If It's worth doing, It's worth doing well. Tech left the conference in part (although hardly entirely) because of

What they need Is the ability to LOSE spectacularlyand And that includes losing. academic restrictions.

gloriously, all the time, and with all the ardor they 2. MATERIAL. This Just about goes without saying. Do all "real

..' can muster. What they need Is a pass-receiver Linda Lashbrook, 7AS good" high school football players go to schools other than Gatorland?

(no pun Intended). Everybody keeps telling me we should have a quarter-

I Spiders were just goodTo back better than Tommy Shannon, that we could have recruited someone

better. Well again,it's not always the best players that are the smartest.To .

play ball here, you've got to be able to get In, AND STAY IN.
Ernie Litz show the guts that the SpidersI
: to cheer for the Spiders.
As far as this is concerned how many of you out there know people
I see In your July 7 column was a Gator fan then, and I showed that day, I'll damn sure (maybe yourselves) who shall we say "flunked out." The football

that you are still singing"Lltz's am now: anytime, though that I cheer for them.
players at this school put In 4-5 hours a day knocking heads every
Lament" over the Richmond game see a team play Its heart out and John Trenam, Jr., 3AS
afternoon during the fall. When they get back after practice they

last fall. You would still,It seems, headed don't feel like Jumping for Joy and dashing to the library. But mostof
Mural softball to finalsWith
attack those of us who cheered for
them are taking the same lower division C-courses that everyone
the Spiders. I know quite few
a
the 1964 Spring Trimester rapidly drawing to a close UF Intra- else is. Coach Graves demands academic stress.
people who cheered Richmond with
murals action kept up Its high-paced action and softball results poured The fact of the matter is that Gator academic averages Invariablytake
me on that Saturday and their
rea- In. a big jump up from fall to spring grades.
sons for committing that treasonous
July 8. There's more to this of course, but that's what this contest is about.
act were much the same as
The Summer Sigs defeated the F. V. Rockets as Butch Wooten hurled
mine; the Spiders deserved to be razzledazzleErnie
the win and Ron Casswell was the losing pitcher. Wooten led the hittersat Wants
cheered; in fact, they probably deserved -
the plate, too, with two home runs. The Sigs had 11 runs on 16 hits
more cheering than they : If we had not made the two points,
and 4 errors. The F. V. Rockets had 6 runs on 9 hits and 4 errors.
actually got.Richmond. As a fellow Journalist, I hate to in my mind and In a lot of other
Delta Upsilon upended the Mets 7-6 behind the hurling of Frank
was a small college Obrien. see you crying over spilled rubber people's minds, Tech could have
Dick Scribner was the loser.
playing way over Its head when it cement because no one will answer gotten another touchdown and the
The Ropes tripped up the Phi Delts 112. The winning pitcher was
scheduled the Gators. From whatI your plea for athletic suggestions. Gators would have still "won" the
Arnold Slott and the loser Pat Wllllngham. Leading the Ropes at the
saw of the Spiders, I can Imagine Therefore, I will venture forth Into ball game, Just because they
plate were Dave Nice with a double and home run and Mark Spector
that a tough schedule for them the twilight zone of libel and fair gambled on that last play.In .
with a triple and a single. Leading the Phi Delts were Mac Ladd witha
might Include a game with school comment and criticism to give at short, let them pass on any
homer and Bill Reid with 2 singles.The .
like Tampa U. least one suggestion.When down. Let them hand-off, lateral,
Sig Eps slipped past Chemistry 10-1 on 10 hits and 1 error toChemistry's
They sent a team down here that we, the students, go to see pass, run, hand-off again, pass
5 hits and 4 errors. The winner was Dick Berger and
was small In numbers and smallIn a football game we aren't out there again, lateral again, pass again,
the loser Jerry Kress. At the plate Berger had a single double and
physical size. The Richmond for our health. We want to see the kick a field goal and get a safety
triple and John Walbrick had 2 singles for the losers.
bench that day contained, if you'll Gators play FOOTBALL, none all in ope play If it's possible. We
Flavet in upended Caldwell 11-3 on 16 hits and no errors. Caldwellhad
wail, relatively few substitutes.On of this high-school type playing.We may not make it every time, but
10 hits and 2 errors. Charles Bertness was the winner John Rumpfthe
the other hand, the Gators don't want to see shades and the law of percentages Is bound to
loser. Bertness also led his team at the plate with a single, double
fielded a team that was quite large returns of the old and worn out catch up with us sometimewewould
4 and triple. Leonard Laketek led the losers with a double and single.
physically and backed up by God "Woodruff Era" when it was four have to get some points
The Spasms downed SCBA 20-10 on 17 hits and 3 errors. The losers
knows how many substitutes. plays, one right after the other- somewhere along the way. And it
had 10 hits and 4 errors. The winner was Gary Lieberman. Leading
I think we'll nil agree that the one-two-three-four--right up the would be worth it to see the Gators
hitters were Tom Moore with 4 hits and 2 for extra bases, and Dick
Gators were favored, and this Is middle. Oops. Pardon me. Threeup Jazz it up on the field.
Harrick with 4 hits. David Gray led the losers with a homer.
as it should have been. The Ga- the middle and punt on the last I detest to see our team run
The Latin American Club upended Newman Club 22-1 on 23 hits and
tors had not only a largo team, down. Of course, we could have four plays on the ground, up the
0 errors. The losers had 2 hits and 4 errors. The winner was Elias
but a good team. But what hap- gotten fancy and punted the third middle. Why, it's like strikingout
The winners had hit safely in the contest with Frank
Luque.
pened, Ernie? everyone down but that's only after a Mil- the baseball without taking the
Matell and Orasman Rodrigues having 3 hits each. Bob Predney, the
I'm sure you'll also recall that town! bat off your shoulder; it's like a

the Spiders ran up a 10 to 0 score losing pitcher, hit a home for the losers' only score. We want high-caliber, big-time, mouthful of cold mashed potatoes.
Physics shut out Aerospace 4-0 on 8 hits and no errors. Aerospacehad
In the first five minutes of the Southeastern Conference cham- Last season the Gators came up
4 hits andlerror. the winner and Ken Robertsthe
LynnDoverspkie was
game; the Spiders gave the Gatorsa pionship, razzle-dazzle type foot- with some real fancy plays, they

tough fight the whole game; and, loser.' ball. The kind you stand on your were the best plays of the game.

In summary, the Spiders Just play July 9. feet and scream your lungs out I suggest and call for more of
Newman Club edged out Caldwell 10-8 on 14 hits and 1 error. Caldwell
ed a Hell of a lot better than any- about. the radical, risk-taking play.

one (Including, I'm sure the Rich- 15 hits and no errors. The winner was Brob Predney and the loser John Another point; Why not have

mond coach and team) had ex- Rumpf. Ed Rockstein led the winners. at the plate and Ed Frenier and It they win the SEC en routeto the sports publicity department,

Harry Gordon let the losers with 3 hits each. showing the 'ole razzle-dazzle, sort It
pected. in a subtle of way, keep
Now I've cheered the Gators The Ropes shut out Newman Club 6-0 on 11 hits and 1 error. The so much the better. For Instance, quiet about what we have on the

through thick and thin, Ernie; I losers had 5 hits and 1 error. Arnold Stott was the winner and Bob I would like to see them pass on team this year. Let the opposi-

Predney the loser. Rick Robaleskl the winners. third and six to go. So they don't
cheered them in fact when
even tion find out the hard way--by
13. make it so what? They tried andit
July ,
Woodruff was here. Only one thing knocking heads between the goal
stopped me from cheering them The Unknowns downed the Pros 12-3 on 16 hits and 1 error. The losers was exciting and I, as a professional posts.

had 7 hits and 3 The Root the loser arm chair quarterback
and that the fact errors. winning pitcher was Ed ,
that was
day
Well, now I feel better and I'm
two teams Clyde Killer. Chuck Slier was the leading hitter for the winners and am satisfied. A case In point;
that I can't cheer for sure you do too since you now have
Kermit Bott for the losers. In the 1960 Georgia Tech game,
simultaneously -- It's physically two letters to choose between in
to "Go The Spasms edged out the Summer Sigs 3-1 behind the pitching of the last 33 seconds, we went for
Impossible for me yell your contest. .
Gatorsl"! and "Go, Spiders! at Gary Lieberman on 9 hits and no errors. The losers had 6 hits and no two points to win the game. Jim Cas e 11 0KA's

errors. Losing pitcher was Butch Wooten. The winners were led by
the same time.
teamor Dick Herrick with 3 hits; Tom Payne led the losers with a triple.
I could only'cheer for one retort I

the other, and that day I bad

CLASSIFIEDSContinued I Sports firm believers in the Army "12-

4 FR 68223FRANK'S Dear Mr. Litz: th Man" tradition.

Theoretically the entire schoolUF
4 BR 2 bath home; 2200 Sq. ft.
In regard to your article of ( ) should be ready to back up
AUTO CLINIC Convenient to University. $21,500.
( from Page 6)) Available Tuesday July 7, entitled, "Any- the boys on the field. This means

1311 N.W. 5th Avenue Terms negotiable. Sep- body There" I think I can explain that, in essence, we (KA's) and
tember 1. 372-7658 after 5 weekdays -
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA why your response was so "over- everyone else in the stands, is
I-150-6t-c).
whelming." Did it ever occur to part of the team.

I Real Estate. ] WANTED TO BUY -- Good du- you that we might Just be Ignoringyou Our cheer says, "give them

SPECIAL ATTENTION to plexes, triplexes, and multiple unit ? You condemn the Student Hell Kappa Alpha."

apartments In good neighborhoods.John Body as having no school spirit If you need a translation as to
and all
students univers-
ADDIS' ACRES IN Reddick, CCB D. Dillon, 372-7658 after 5 citing "reasons" why. Sir, I have what we mean, It Is: "We KA's

ity personnel. We now house, 3 bedrooms, fireplace, p.m. except weekends(I-152-tf-c). been very patient for the last two are behind you (Gators) and are

employ two full-time screen porch, modern plumbing, Immediate must sell years with people like you who ready to 'give them Hell if you
occupancy; ;
lawn
big 6 outbuildings, great "don't like to pick on the KA's need us."

experienced mechanics, shade trees, 3 acres tillable, closeto ment.assume mortgage Almost new; low 3 down,BR pay-CCB ,.but,. ." concerning our fra- Now I ask you, is this frater-

school, 30 four-lane minutes ternity yell. Now I'm fed up! nity spirit anti-school spirit? Not
if you are having car from On state home, central heating and cooling;
campus. highway, 10 minutes to May I explain to you (and every- on your life! Go chew on some-
University payments
troubles of any type, fenced all around, new electric ; one except the footballplayerswhoknew one else for awhile, we're tired
month 2847 13th
well United $80 per ; N. E.
dust call us. pump. $9,750. Terms. all along what we meant) of it!
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CONVENTION REPOR T GOP r e .0 14' w tH,' 01 F' ,D IihbK Fly JOHIN HIANCo A K Stiff Writer Ns FRANCISGo, July 10-If e. r a political party came close to voting Itself out of existent r, thn republican P arty did it here I UtSday night. rhe GOP split over five imenidneint. to the 1964 platform rnd Allowed its bitter personal battles ai rage before the cameras of all ii e national television networks a, wel as, international wire 5crYin sand all the other representatives of thit press who had come to San Francisco to report the convention to the nation and the world. here is what happened in San Francisco: Coy. William Scranton had come to the convention late lcdtweek with [as Vegas giving 20-I odds against his nomination, lie had just two things going foi himl. First wacs the* insct a pable fict thlat it was iih, d&el,,stts of the tolivention who wirtttd (joidwate r, njot the lIepubl cin voters jcrOsS thi, country. The strong Goldwater orgaiiizaiion had (aptured1 the delegates directly without campaiging very much to the elec1*,rate,. Second was the national 'Stop Goldwater" movement that never got off the ground, but which had the potential of cathing fire at the list minute, with many of the GOP big names in its support. However, the delegates didn't set 'm to carts about the voters and the movement didn't catch fire tud Goy. Scranton began to grsp at straws, lie tried debate, but Goldwater refused. He tried to needle Goldwater, but so secure in his control of every aspect of the convention was the front-runner that lie was only amused. Finally Scranton proposed three amendments to the platform ini .lastditch effort. And the battle was on. Scranton hid hoped t hat if he could secure passage it QV*en 'jnm' of his amni dme nts the ti' WOUd i Therefore til .neiniei$t we nothing more tinmpe rsoinlaldt uk' on Goldwater .tid the convent tori k n e w i t. o d a e o w a o e thin 800 vote, hinl thatit WAS 10 fighting thum. I hi, Luiiki aid overwhelmniigh je l ed .'slyrle of dhe Scranton irmelidmiints .md destroyed every apect or the Scranton mjo' C ment. But there was a problem h lingered on after the amiendmeit FLORIDA on liii] tic 1r thing bike About C tLie Sirantociad tremrism wIthin th' Would liav. to tak THE VANTAGE POINT TV t o IN'I ~' iitLW li it idrt\, tlaj4 I SAita d if i were not to 1jpp.I th it G[IIwater himsitf 'AI i extZrmist. I IJe scriintohi Irhhlim~eits wei C strong .tid .aumed at (,oldwatcI riot ith, [)emocrits. \TichIg.4c (jOv. (eorg Uimnny proposed tA(} cumproic Ye imiernmiits In h ariLS or h in:l iiih', .tietrm sinuire,. But tihe (joidwitr delegates did riot understand P01cc ey, if they eve'i listened to hilm. They were ,t I]l so angered by thi, -scranton ittempt to sabotri' tihelr ajadidate that Romniiy appaile to them only another mlarrnber idtie' StopGoldwater" movenielt. They would have none of It. abso defeait#'i. As a result, the Cornvress of Racial Equality sympathiuers promnsed to walk out of tin (OtiVPI) tioni when Goldwater was nonm,nated, though they liter decided on the sit-downs and other tactics. Newspapers that have been calling Goldwater the "right-wing candidate" Will have more ammunition to use .gadnst him. "Those of us who have been with the Goldwater campaign for two years are aware of his position with regard to extremist groups and civil rights legislation, but our arguments in his behalf will now fall on ears even deafer than when Rockefeller was the GOP frontrunner a year ago," said one Goldwater man. "'how can we say that the Birch Society supports Goldwater but Goldwater dcws not support the Bi< I, Socletyr '"Fow Carl Wi argue that if the society is an extremist group, so is Ct) PF and the NAACP and that the latter ire sigrmfir:aitly nun e dlangi r(us" "'Fow do we prove that (,oldimiake thtit understood Ntoi t impoict tnt, how uai the S and prpoihtt (flatoi .mendments who ire uals leaders or the Iepub'licans in their rispective states deliver the votes to the GOP 'ii Novenmber' This im hides li cli gan's Roniety, Pennsylvinja's Scrintou, Ne'. SorI2, Rockefeller and New Ithurpshure's Lodge,. 4 s26 *V, PLAYERS REVIEW The The .Flor ida ALLI V01.56 ,No.157 0 N rw TI University of Florida, Gainesville Friday, July 17, 1964 K Winners tor the second straight year at the tournament this past weekend were, left to Danny Kopels and Ed Zeldwerg. They were in the contest and piled up additional pain the contest.Pick Page 2 up Slin. er I' bilkS 111: trnfd up WIth I $340 deficit. Membhrrs of the I rol ics tommr~ittlee felt itf ould have been prevented had they known ahead of time that the entering mnetut Was avauj.,hl, a couple hun dred lull ars thrjp1*. A fHw t iiket s were sold at a reduwd-' price alter Ih.'start to help mi aki. up Iii, lose. iDtSIit" tih* dip into red hnk, everyone. cajir' the F ruolie a stucCeS%. Th Irteeti 'Ityr pri/,es are still waiting to bF .lalnhed I,, the Sbudent Loverrrmert offIces, upstairs Sin the -lorlda Union. Unless thus. 'it7 / r yVhot Ex trer,~ sts ) 3, -S tnt, to [e D il I ulhn 4.] 'ITO University of Pittsburgh summer debate right, John MCDevitt, Maxy BoCChus, named outstanding affirmative team ts in a parliamentary debate following Prizes

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P14(Ji' 2 fLp~j t grtji~ N~ I p it y ROPE' REVIEW tRope Group will d.,it, last weik iICkPsi I In lut tor by groop of uni "ers thy petsoneI to form a committee to study the problems of growth and deye Iopmein I of the treat iv, ni performing arts on campus. In concurring with this resostudy performing l'hilpott, qu irer t y vii i--j) 'lent, to propn,5e naTmes for thrp Iiversity ( ornitnittee to mI *k0 *hip study. The resrilutlon came to lHeit, following July I meeting of an informal group of university administrators, faculty and students. Included in this group we r e members of the Speech Dept., Dance and Music Depts., as well as representatives from student government. According to I,. I. Jordon, Iirector of the J1. Hillis Miller to (Editor's Note: The following policy has been proposed by Lyceum Council since May, 1963, as a solution to its problems, It has met with an Unenthusiastic reception from UF officials. No action has ever been taken on it.) I. INTRODUCTION The Lyceum Council operation Is of vital slid farreachIng importance to the University of Florida. The Lyceum Countil attractions, their quality, how well they are managed, the effectiveness with which they are publicized, the number of events and consistency in quality of the various aeries, ull contribute to the cultural inge of the University. The Lyceum Council operation is vital to the growth toward trieexcellence of the University of Florida. wider the present policy and scope of operation the cultural offerings on campus are not as good as they should be for this university. The Council believes that these proposed suggestions will arntribute toward making a greater university and a more respectable cultural climate in Florida. Events and developments of the present and of recent seasons Indicate a need for reconsIderation of the University's policy as regards Lyceum Council Operation, at this time. II RECOMMENDED POliCY A. Student government should continue to support the Lyceum Council program with student activity fee allotment, as at present. A. 'The Lyceum operation should continiw to be carefully co-ordinated with that of the Department of Music .nd the over-all Activities Calendar of the University. C. The Lyceum Cowicil should continuetofwnction Us it doas tow with student and faculty members In choosing and approving the slates of attractions to ensure a balanced and desirable annual program. D). The Universlty Auditorium should be used for all productions possible, in order to take the pressure off tb. schuduling of the Gymnasium, provide a better situation in which to allow the audience to witness the performance at band and allow for a controlled reserved seat operation. E. For all performances inUnlversity Auditorium, there should be reserved seat tickets. For events in Florida Gymnasium there should be reserved action tickets, and general admission tickets for unreserved sections, but a controlled number of tickets. F. Two (or possibly more) performances of an event could be scheduled In the University Auditorium ubenever it was darned desirable and advisable, and possible toarrange. G. The Lyceum Council should be authorized to make nominal charges to students for Lyceum Council evets H. On the price established for public admission for any event, faculty should be granted a discount of 25 per cent, and students a discount of 50 per cent. East African students startf arts If diP 4n 'U Ii fir [ot thbp r TilV" tL~I< gmt togv er II t avto ufy ird to strengthen the ca dve Ari prforming arts on the cinmpus partitularly with new university growth,' said Jordon, one of the administrators attending the rncetlng. ReUz made his approval of the resolution know last week tn a letter to Jordon. with? I. Season tickets should be available, at further reduced rates. Another advantage in purchasing season tickets would be ln getting better seats and possibly the same seats for all or most of the events of the season. J. Each series of season tickets would be on a trimester basis-. K. The proceeds from ticket sales should be used to bring additional attractions to the campus or to support further the projects of the Lyceum Council, primarily in providing an enriched program. L. The present number of offerings should be increased gradually. Eventually there should be aroximately one offering every two weeks, or 6 to 8 events per trimester in the Lyceum Council Artists Series. M. There should be Inaugurated in addition to the Artists Series a week-end series of "Popular Attractions"' such as folk music groups, "name" bands, comedians and other entertainers. Thlsseriesshould not sell season tickets but only single attraction tickets. This series should be made to pay for Itself and possibly to support an Increase in the offerings In the Artists' Series. The Popular Attractions should eventually consist of 6 to 8 events per trimester. N. The Lyceum Council should be authorized to "scale the house" in the University Adiltoriumn or Florida Gymnasium to make It possible to obtain certain desirable attractions and present them as a service to the students and university community,' attese time making th attractions pay for 0. 'Te business operation oftlcket printing, sales, and financial accounting, of house management, advertisizig and publicity, supervision of a regular corps of ushers and of handling of legal details of contracts should be vested in a permanent university staff member. It I. svggestsd that a new music-faculty position might be created, with halt or more of the new faculty member's time being devoted to duties as theatreauditorium manager for the University. Another suggestion Is that the theatre-auditorium manager could be a member of the Florida Union staff. Lyceum Council members would gain the benefits of experience working in a professionally managed continuing operation. The professional theatreauditorium manager should work to execute the decIsions and policies of the Lyceum Council. P. ushers should be paid a nominal stipend, be carefully trained and supervised, and remain on duty before and after a performance until the audience is dispersed. Ushers should wear a distinctive arm-band or uniform. Q. With a clear policy statement of Lyceum Councii operation, additional details of management would be the responsibility of the theatre-auditorium manager working within the frame-work of the policy.' (TO BE CONTINUED) visit rn,'~ao g .~ A~rIo~i ~n~~c ~rat. n fai. C r,',lt~m.I ,_ t is Li XIII pl.\ (if the i tls \I i n' hi pr4Iutio)r of Pit1k liIamluhi'a psvrliological in ler, )OP .I r. Mason'sSt Aglu f o'NeIll's "The Great God B oi'' ecaii 1r this season was ont. of dhe most impressive of the past several years. In that produrtiuln Dr. Mason was able to translate Into vivid and convincing theatrilA picture one of the most powerful symbolic plays of ft modern theater. In this week's production of "Rope." Mason has Coped successfully with an even more difficult task-that of realizliig on the stage the full dramatic potential ofa pLy that sometimes hovers uneasily between Vitoin meldrmaandmoer psychological analysis. "'Rope," it must be said, is rich In theatrical opportunity but sparing of psychological truth and philosophIcal substance. Ultimately, ROPE must be classified as melodrama-a dramatic genre not always granted Acceptance by critics. But wlhen, as in this production, the director has been able to distill from the form all the splendid drops of oldfashioned frissons and suspense, and vthen he has been able to conceal from our eyes, dazzled by his dynamic stage picture, the sometimes rickety structure and the absence of philosophical meat, then the form justifies itself. As everyone knows, "'Rope" Is based on a famous murder case of the '20's -one involving the attempt of two young abnormal University students to commit the perfect crime solely for the oxcttement of the act. Hamilton in his version of the crime seems primarily interested in generating suspense and "thrills," but he has made an attempt to probe, rather iinsatlsfactorlly, Into the disturbed psyches of the murderers. Director Mason flushes out the meage psychoogy of the dialogue w th visual 'turns" that help the Adence to see deeper into the 'bravura display' cpu ied .ve beulfore began, and never for I r a Mtson allow the grin sIL a to slacken or the IudtIBm *ap tentlon to waver. This waas,,ll' ed primarily throughvisuaiterm The handling of stage tnIvement the positioning of the a< tors, the use of glances and over-the. shoulder starts were fruikly superb. The sets and lighting of Hon~ld Jernt were completely eight, 1k set was realistic butthroughcle'ar utilization of angles the proper ominous atmosphere was created. Mary Stephenson's costumes,rarticularly the two dresses of the ladies, were perfect. In the difficult roles of the young-mrderers Aln"Henderson and Zalmon Newmark showed marked ability in the present and promise of future growth. Henderson was particularly effective in his control of body movement and gesture. His angular form was strikingly used to suggest inner tension and anxiety. Zal Newmark was impressive in his seve r l scenes of panic and hysterh. lb the key role of Rupert, David Late turned in the evening's most poiished and professional performslnce. Watching him was at every moment delightful. Volce, gesture and expression never fell below the highest standards of "Broadway. Marty Ferguson's delightful sketch of one of the 'Bright Young People" of the '20's was complletely charming, as was Don [)CTree' portrayal of the "Freddy' charadter immortalized byshaw in''PYginalion.'' Donald Albury's valet and La Gramling's sir Johnstow Kently were on a different level, but kept within the reqIUiremeflts of the pity. Peggy Dean hid a juicy English character' role and proved a delight. The lare audience seemed entirely satisfied and succeed 'grd dicenge should expect tobetrld by Dr. Mason's theatrical TCUrdo-force. See TheBrwseSh TH E I NH ERITORS ..WiIliam Golding BORS TA L BAY .Bredan Bohn THE ENTERPRISING AMERICANS ..John Chamberlain R.C.A .F. EXERCISE MANUAL AME RICA N CAPI TA LISM ..John K. Golbraith ON H ER MAJESTY'S SECRE T SE RVICE .Ian Fleming BLACK LIK E ME .John H. Griffin TECHNICAL & REFERENCE REGULAR FIGURES ..Foch S omething .s,

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e l liturs n''te. iuii the state uL tip ri st story oLL "( aperti)hI >Irrp squeI/ ts we bmt thu. follow-up report. As we explaired earlier, a thorough report on the scientific results will not be available for several months, but ne will report them to you as soan as they are released. Eight bleary-.eyed high school seniors from Gainesville can go to bed tonight an~d sleep as long as they want. They have tubfilled a sleepless obligation to science. 'lTe last phase of "Operation Sleep Squeeze," being conducted in the sleep laboratory of the UF Hospital under a grant from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research, has ended. For 14 days two groups of four teenagers have been finding out what it Is like to function on only three hours of sleep each night. According to LocEggert, IS, one of the subjects of the experiment, the hardest part was keeping awake from 2 to S a.m. and frown 4 to 8:30d pm., thehours just before was going down. Other students who participated in this experiment were Harold Trujillo, George C. Solley, William Feaster, Richard Hinton, Ronald Greer, Tommy Stalnaker, Dominic Luca and Bob NUUlIn. All are June graduates of P. K. Vonge High School. "It was amusing the first two days we were without sloop," said Eggert. "we began to feel pretty punchy and everything that was said seemed to be humorous." ie went on to say that the boys occupied themselves capitaliilg On "puns" during those first days. "Alter the third day temper became short and things wer,-not quite as funny, bat wbci we rcalized that neohly had akw mone days w4th limited sleep, things began to ease off,' Eggert said. '1ie boys occupied their time swimming In the various "sinks" and springs around theoalnesville arma and playing billiards in the student activities center on the cam pts. Dom Luca, Eggedt's partner, recalled the surprise he received the first time the ywent swim ming. 50c Adults 35c Children rn~u( we w uld tIL L! klh [rci LII phv'si il I e ,x' I e, but n ta we~ were hIPe hI *swIml .id di'e ill we wirtec t' without beiing overly tired,"' said I ac. Apparently lark of sierp makes for good appetites because the boys reported that they ate five meals per day anid gained at least on to two pounds over the week. The purpose of the experiment wa~s to determine it the human body will be selective about the stage of sleep necessary for a person who suffers acute sleep loss. According to Dr. Wilse B. Webb, professor of psychology, who was conducting the experiments, there are five stages of sleep whIch the body undergoes during a normal night's sleep. thesee stages vary from deep to light to dream sleep, the most restful being the deep and dream sleep. Loss of the ability to concentrate seemed to be the most annoying factor of the experiment to the boys. According to Eggert who was trying to study some courses he will take in the Fall, he could The yhis midban to nder and he coukd not get back tothe subject matter. Another problem was the desire to sleep alter reading hlr even a short length of time. "We had no problem keeping awake as long as we were active, playing cards, swimmirjg, walking or taking part in other activities, said Luca, "but as soon as we took a long drive or did anything that might become mowtonotzs we had a viry difficult time staying awake." 0n of th. rules of the eaperimeat was not to tak, any stlnmulaM.s to stay awake, and accordliw to Eggert and tLecs they were able to function 0n 1w more than thre oiq) of caltee per day. Dr. Webb *qplhiwd that a detailed scientific report on the resuIts of "OperationSleepsquewz" would cot be completed for sMvera] months, but the University of Florida psychologist altered some preliminary observations on the project. lie said the boys did not seem to show any ill effects from their ordeal of 21 hours sleep in seven days. "We kept a close watch over the 'Cool It ~ At MAGNEIMA SPRING ---CCall David Reber: 481-9210 George C. Solley, left, yawns as H.W. Agnew cheCks measuring devices on his head. Solley is feeling the effects of sleepless hours spent taking part in an experiment at the UF Hospital -V boys and .t no tim. observed statfliint cause to discontinue the experiment," said Webb'. Preuiminary checks on the skill tests required of the subjects durIn the experiment Indicate no significant loss of ability to add numbers or respond to light signals for short period, of time. "Acute sleep loss might be a cur. (or people with insomnia," said Webb with a smile, "because it took I. than. five minutes for anyone of the eight boys Involved to fall asleep once we let therm go to bed." The boys round that the social life pf a teenager whO undergoes an experiment like 'Oper atio n Sleep Sqez"i etitv.W couldn't findh anyone who wanted to sit '4) with uS at 2 aam.,"' shad Eggert, "and we were so busy trying to stay awake in the afterrwon we weren't very good cornH. W. "Bob" AgIUW, research assistant, reported that the sinverity of thN teenage subJects has greatly restored his faith in the ise of teenagers flor future expeti'""ts"1in boy. have doe a tremendoae job and have gives a -A Hamild Trujillo, right, also Agnew prepares to plug the Cephalogroph # looks sleepy-eyed, as H.W. electrodes into an eleCtroon-|

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R 4 F ii 'tic A p for H r' id9-I CINEMA:. An1111(1resting r *'h.w III tHY '4i4'n'iLIiil wt,' rjvoe I if the wor'i. Ittier, it Fs t sr is lhe Mit. of notes and imlpresSLitis without Ui.,t you torrni regard fur grimmrI if in tT ira/tiuri (corre' t'on's ttiu4I cuinnectl have t*,it miiidp where iWecetnaI y Mtenlt if only to save the essence of an relates idea) taken from a letter. It scribed. is not expected for every reader fused, to wnderstamd all that Is belngsald IT IS TF! here (the writer himself, my *Gwine to and shieic C riversi I a ydown my way down 0 I N 0 WV re cw(ii -e/IrIet). [U is ho;*d'hI gh lhe reader will, after rtirevew carefully, set I or ie btween the fo rmi .nd If the noles aiid how It to the mtovie Ieing de* If you are still conhen just see the movIe-(AT IMPORTANTI'F .* .4 4 sword d, down by the ide. It ''''I d IE t( | I l I L ' L l Jijre t I ho r r pI'stIL ii t,' choice ut doing (II itil '1uing ilbs urn. (()R(lI1ABY #1: (A ( I) AND LVII, ARE TH {SlT AFsONS OF SEMANTIC CONFITSIGN STE MMING F-RUM THE SE PARATION OF TI AND 'TIOL.' Down Down iS fit p -~,~tI II 'lii \ AJI ts -q rufi ats hH-SOil 1 vox tet to the whole perceptual field. The movie hi niuc is ind of lens (obye'Iv) an, to the degree which itopposes this, as WILLt (Charlie in the movie by by the the K 4 Ca C 26 EDITR. I have been needled! 'Te peace and tranquility of the hot summer months has been too much for Federman to bear. His popularity pol has skidded an to bring his again to his only avenue of revenge against good entertainment which locally 1* spelled Gainesville Drive-In Theatre. Frankly I do not understand his attitude towards us. We treat him as a brother, floes he have to borrow money to enter our place of business? NO! In fact we even allow him to bring friends on occasion. Many times he has entered without STOPPING at the box office. Just drives through and yells FEDERMAN! (moral doesFeder here is that a moving target is harder to hit). Recently we conducted an entire campaign in his honor. Remember FEnDY? How does he repay us? Example, We recently played a veryentertajnlng bi of nsse tite "Wa A week broke all admission records here). Donald comes out on the E LEVENTH night ofsbowing whlch naturally is too late for a review even if he did like it. You Bane boy,. In his column today he can't say much for us except to keep looking at our ads and wait for thefall-. I don't know about the fall as yet, so where does he get this advice to wait. I do know about the rest of July, August and part of Sopman graduated tember. So with your permission I shall rattle off a few. Spacefully thinking we have a lulu this week. "R ob ins on Crusoe on Mars.' Following that Is Brando, Niven & Jones in a delightful romp bDebe Ryods n"Unsink able Molly Brown;" followed by Widniark and Poltier ln"'The Long Ships;" followed by Angle Dickinson In "The Killers;" followed by Gulmuss and Holden In "The ri versi de, riverside. Don Addis 9 Brige on the River Kwal.", Knock these If you will Feddy but the box office still counts and remember that those little people on campus that yousee from up there on your little ol' dark clot,. will settle the Issue. graduate? Otis Ray Manager, Gainesville Drive-In Theatre hxMd Servic CI1CwCd EDITOR: I must protest. I realize that most people reading this will think me a soft-headed idealist, conpletely out of touch with reality,. However, I am not writing this In the hope that anything will be accomplished, but because I get so upset sometimes with the prac.tice. of 'businessmen." What started me off this time was the advertisements of price changes that UP Iced service plastered around. Of course they only list the prices that went down,. meanwhIl, they quietly raised the prices of crackers, butter and heaven only knows what all. It may not sound like much, but the prices the "lowered" were even more minute. It wouldn'tbesobad If they would post all the changes, or title their list, "New Lawnr Prices." But, oh no--they ha. to sneak around, It it's common knowledge that businessmen are sneaky, then you'd think that businessmen would know that the public realizes lower prices only mean that they are finding a new way to get more money! Marsha G. Brown. 3AS The e Florida A LLIGA TOR Editor. ... Bob 'Thomas Jim Cftllo Pat Hogan .....* .*.S. .....* .. Executive Egditors Associate Editors .John Askins Benny Cason Ed fluter Eunice Till sports Editor. ......................Ernie Lit. All photo, by Caroly7 Johnston "nlee OtherwiSe noted. ii | iiv'' IP.t' I [,'0 4114IQbf{ "Iii, t hitacters do wh~st rmust.'' ik. the left im the rj fo I owl ng the path of least 'uStdanC0--N atitre abhors a vitii, for isn't nothing in Its sheer it possibility indicative of mmdstutued In upon themselves) ani .al1 acts might be the mind tending t rest (presence). #' W El FLOWS DAOWNHIll, AND SO WE LOVE ONE ANOTHER. People in, trouble are no exception. (I set' no contradiction between abhormi ,vacuum and relaxation: Natur, literally abandons self-emptying''). the waitress is shot gangster draws his (slepstick) and fires fall and you can lIterally (the carer 11g off the wnIght death is ''grotes into things-. For instance, --note how the gun, twirls it ;then thegirl's see the min i, that is) flingof many: the quo" because Truffaut doesn't want you to see It as that; It Is tragic but not ini the old sense of outcome but in the sense of further unfolding and Intensif-aton (hedethi hfttngn a gun-twirler). The love scene between Charlie and the waitress: the camera actually weaves from sleep to the incredIble restiveness of waking speech (the girs acirrelevanis proclam satifaton beyond the usual need of seif-justifleation of the characters--this bnefice by eyes delighting in love; she says 'moutains are once again mountains). Contrast this scene with Charlie and the prostitute-these people become what They say and mean; tbey are not always what they say they are. Charlie is not often able to KEE P HIS WORD (in theinostwuimaglnably literal sense) and when speech Is not what people ane, men disavow their own minds', become personal and lose the life that Is--in this way the movie has more than a little to do with knowing what and where one Is. Note how we hear Charlie swear disengagement, but we-do not see him, hispresence in a Sense. So courage Is not the problem nor morality-only the primacy of acts. One might use words like function and process. It is aworld where people live as if the problemT were true (a double life), as If restraint and averted eyes were really alternatives to the waking life. There Is no choice, We attend and there is not freedom for it or determing of It (free will vs. determInIsm). The camera as lens, as focus (I, l's, eyes), finds "THE MINDVS OwN PLACE' (to use George Oppen's beautiful phrase). In the very refusal to be "mnrtal," Truffaut demonstratu the *e real iporal genius In our time. People. who live by lug" and denial (censorshIp) Will not understand Trnffaut's seeming "backing away." But as ifl ZMI, "11 you have a staff, I will give you onE; If you do not, I will take It away."' When you watch the movie, Fe.lize how total the fran'. ii, how speech and movement disturb equally into every part. we have mistaken content too easily for form, so readily do we use words fin antiti,. and divid. This movie r

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)LNA rhr i Jo ~ i~otor Po9e 5 4 IAI Ia'iit ) -C r -C-/-r CC-n ( 718 & \0WF3 % p~roj posaII nix stlt [K ~hdteii4ll~I ttu Ill T I tIl ujtitiis 6k tietr atlI.ttc ass I stlon ,j1d within five ye ars sinto iverit. iVE N F)I(I!eH tlhn still t ir ttbuhuI irnlirectly to (IIhlet its. Thirdily, thut re.,.ons why the adii st tat mn will allow us omplete control iv e r athletics and the FlorIda 'nior, is that as scon as we relinquish control ovei them, these fees will be .ippiled to other important orginitratiuns who hold the ear of the administration (I.e. intramiurals, I ye ce Umf Council, etc.). Soon nwwIll haveonlynominal control over these and other organizations. I realize the diffIculties In arriving at .compromise with the administration over athletics and the Union, but why should we weaken the strongest, wealthiest and moat responsible student government in the south by handing over a major portion of it. bargaining power to the admlnistr atiorn without a struggle. Jim Hlckland CAR TOON ACCOMPANYING OTIS RAY LETTER 01 eM Lt4d5 "K-ca' t.e4 CARTOON ACCOMPANYING EDITOR: Enough said. ANTI-LIONEL LETTER, WHICH READ: Regardi"g the n"w,-e"thral'ing cartoon series by the illustrious Do Ad: Jay I.Carter, 7EG John F. Roscow, 3LW Stee F Ro"sniun, 31W --IL Fa MICHAELENE MYLET, 7A3, is the winner of a $1500 scholarship given by Alpha Lambda Delta honorary sorority.Miss Mylet iso aicm loude graduate of the University of Denver-. ~Surge Ifrosh fashions By EUNICE TALL 'son under the directn fcAssociate Editor rhslrmpn Jinn' nudermiad 'The once-popular tradition of nearng rat-caps will come alive with the influx of more than 3,000 Freshmen this Fall. Soliciting cooperation from all fraternities and sororities, the Morale Commission ofstudent Government will try tolinforcethis custom throughout the Orientation Program and football aon. Formerly, Freshman were to wear the rat caps until Florida beat Georgia in the annual football gamn., or If defeated, until Christmas vacation. The newly organized commisCasey Linwick, byve plans for has other tentafirst trimester. Of these, erecting a flag pole in front of the Hutb Service Center for the official UF Flag seems feasible. Replicas of the flag will be made and sold along with other OF souvenirs to help defray the cost of the flag pole. The overall aim of the commission, according toStave Freedman, administrative assistant to the SG president, will be to raise the spirit of the student body on campus. "Aithoigh building spirit is a buldings are pro jects More building for the buck will be the them, for the future expansloc of College of Engijuering research facilities. The new familyofbildhigs, termed "surzg." buildings, will be tbuIlt a, the economy pan, allowing more of there to be built faster to meet pressing research needs. The new aerospace building's level floor, exposed trusses, and concrete block walls allow it tO be built at a cost of only $9 a square toot, Nateress pointed out. This compares favorably with oil-Campus research structures costing $23 a sqUat. foot. The cramped'projects of the Department of Aerorat caps again very renMous ining, wo ve taken It upon ourselves to do so through this organization,' said FreedmlIan. A huge freshmen pep rally will be planned for early Fall, among others scheduled throughout the football season. Also concerning the footballscason, the commission plans to revise the card section of the crowd CAMPUS A special Thshab B'AY service will be held 8p.m. Saturdayrtigt t at the Hillel Foundulicn. The destruction of the Temple of Ancient mentations. The Florida Union Damce Conmittee will sponsor a .tr.t dance tonight from 8 to 12 p.m. on the south side of the Florida Union. Emcee will be Stb Bowers of WDVH Radio. Admission will be free and the dance is open teamtwhich will then be managed by the married students and the John Marshall Bar Association. Ideas aboutaliowlng .nocrasion. al outside "walk-in"-type movie in the Plaza of the Americas have been discussed. with the aid of a 12-mani staff, student Government hopesto adopt many of then suggestions. COMPASS The French Convwrstonal Club will hold a meetlag Monday at 7:20 pam. lii the laternatiocal CM.tar. Refreshments will beservud. 'T.Cit.Stud.ts.vol,. ary Committee hereby Invites all permutE interested In the Cibte situation to a lncturn Is Spenhsh oliered by Mdes Larfl, a nulknown' Cubun democratic fIghtbr and journalt.The lectre will take plat tonight at 8:15 at the Nala Library, Se minar hioom, [[ M g a en a e a I m n fI e l I it t .I'he lott i h tnin. I its illi.t wIt tIis nopilx,i. I SpIIn tvq~ o il ,LI thle I eiitlativ, k VU)ICil'k budzet irnd Iiian .( OTmmitttN' mist of that as It, chalrmnt int .1 short tinme .is, iting Stret.iri of Inanme. I, i ring this time, we inmn' in cuinflit with tie idministrttioi no less th In th ie' tIimes on fee 'linecilium, to org an Iat Ions other tIhan the above Iwo. Our oiily weapon to maintain our ponwerim de cisions was the threat of notpa~ssing the Athletic As4,ciationls' fees., eventually an agreement was reached. Without even this nomilnal control over the fees of the Athletic Association aid Florida tlnlon, we would have no weapon with which to bargain with the administration. Also, we are one of the few schools In the Southeastern Conrerence that has FREE admission to athletic events for its students and this is because our student

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gC ,6 reFohoA otrFrd ~ 6 AT R CLA I ED New post VetsaOg Slid,' nile -$18.00. Riefler drawing set -$15. RCA Hecord player (45). Best offer. WOOdy Imonarut, 2-Y174. (A-i57-it-p). AIR-CONIJITTONER, 3/4 ton Mathis, US5 volts. Good condition. $60. Call 376-l1O8. (A-l57-lt-p). I yr. old Tolatar Sailboat and trailer. IF' 2" sloop, like new, can be used without rigging 8a fin., lightweight fishiA-ng bot-) Call FR 2-2320. (A-5-l-) Portable TECHNICORDE R Tape Recorder, $50. Barbells, $5. C all 3'72-1624 altar 5p.m.(A-l157-Zt-O). fleta Cainfla.like new, halfprice. Call 2-l693@flfnIng.(A572t-c). *,vane WIMC EX C L wOrd Icrk iftet S p.m. 'houre C-Th%. (A -157-.3t-c). 50' x IC' 1959 tireat I ake-s TrAiler, center kitchen, screened porch, conmphtely furnished, abundanceof closets, TV antenna, TOP condition. Prices for quick sale. Town and Country Trailer Park. Call FR 2-4428 after 6 p.m. (A-I5ltU-c). 32' Glider with enclosed cabana, aid cond., fur,., 2 BR -I bunk (or I BR and study), excellent cond. only $1,200. 6-32 Archer Road Village Trailer Park, FR 2-0983 after 5 p.m. (A-l56-31 -c). FOR SALE -Babybed and mattress in very good condition. $25. Call 372-4875 alter 5:30. (A-154-tf-nc). STARTS TONITE!!!l I 3 COLOR HITS I|I! I see all 3 late as 10:00 I U S IVE F IR ST A RE A S H OW IN G A lone U. S. astronaut spaCe ship wrecked on a no-mnan's land in the sky 2nd Action Hit at 10:00 ni, j .rnl,i trunhobK, Ik sews iin button, 'ljrrn-s tinmends. No atti rnmetts leeded. ( aly $52. C iii 272-7680. iil w. t rmversity Ave. (A-153-tf-cJ. 8' x 43' x 30' Fenced lage. 6-7317. Hick's Traler with II> cabana. Air-conditioned. yard. Archer Road VIIThomas G. Stewart. FR (A -153-tU-c). 10' x 45' Skyline Mobile home in good condition. Call 372-1803 otter 5 p.rm. Located at Town & Country Trailer Park, Lot K-I. (AIS5 -St-c). FOR SALE -4 bicycles -oe boy's 20"', one boy's 24", one girl's 20", one gIrl's 26". Phone 372-4085. (A-156-3t-c).ForT Rent AIR-CONDITIONED apartment, 2 ro sfr a2 boy or oe. 10 N. 7th Terrace. Call after 5 p.m. FR 2-0809. (B-l57-3t-p). Clean single rooms, $20 and $25 p r m onth U er-cl asa m w. 16 14 fore 6 p.m. and FR 2-1388 after Attractive room with private entrance -Kitchen privileges, Ideal for student who needk quiet place to study. Available now and for the fall. FR 2-7l3. (B-I57-St-c). Alhigator Advertising: University Ext. 2832 (tirjiiip!IL i rii l. B it ict 2.ntplts. G-\ 4. B--4 Autos Good transportaton -$120. 411 N. W. 15th Street. See alter 6 p.m. (G -l57-lt-p). 1957 CHEVROLET V-B, 4 door, 6 pass, station wagon. Repainted and overhauled. Auto. trans. R & H, factory air, power steering and brakes, white walls. 376-277lalter Sp.m. (G-l57-lt-p). 1961 VW Camper, ideal for vacations, weekends. will consider small car In trade. Phone FR 6-8314. (G-156-Uf-nc), '82 Mercedes-Benz Sedan 190 c. One ow"er, "lle condition 'Nw tires, seat belts. $450 under list price. Health Center Exte.slon 5467. (G-ISO-at-c). Student asisat n.)., preferably married, not enterljw freshmaa.In school at least 3 more trlmesters. Apply Mr. Lanuford, AlumnI Ser'tces Office, University Auditori.urn. (E -l57-3t-c). EARn $2.50 I. one hour participating in a psychologyexperiment. Call 376-6363 after 6:00 p.m. (E K Wanted SINGLE student prefer. fUrllshed apartment for fall residency any-store in this town. Th. apartment hopefully will not exceed $50 per month. Contact Don Federmaz, Ironm 9 -9:30, 11:35 to 12, aid L:45 to 2:45 at 6-3281 Ext. 2832 or call after II p.m. at 2-7318. (C-57-Uf-nc). ths termniimals !or rides tr the world's Fair tand, oh yes, New York). Amt leaving father the ifternwxin of the 5th or the flbrting of the 6th of August. One way Is only $15; save on the round trip -only $25. Call Don Federmall at the University Est. 2832 or late in the evenings at his home number, 2-7318. (C157-Uf-nc). Mal. roommat, wanted apartment. FR 2-3748. 31-c). to share (C-IS7Driver wanted for 1959 Ford from Detroit to Gainesville, now toseptember. Gas paid. References and deposit required. 316-2411 (office). (C-157-3t-p). CUE STICK BILLIARDS -905 N. Main St. Located in therood Fai S o in Centr adacent to billiard room that caters to young men and women and especially couples. ...80 bring your dates and comw outi Bob Sullivan is the owner and operator and wID be glad to give some helpful pointers on shooting pool. (M-lfl7-St-c). NES'TOR'S TV SERVICE Was forced to move. Now located at 232 S. E. 1st St., nast of old Post Office. Free statestes. Tubes checked free. Phone 372-7326. We invite all our old fries to come and see us. (M-l53-9t-c). Real Estaite Large 3 BR, 2 bath, CCB borne, central heating, baudwood floors, Florid. room, full wppllaca. Lccated neat Littlewood. Tierm to suit buyer. Owners movlqg ot of stat. Call 372-3793. (1-15!lIt-p). L'aw pbohnsor selling spacicqa. b heroom horn.; I V/2 bath, attic fan, built-In drawnr, vanity, and much, storage. $80 per month. Many extras. Negotiate bqulty. FR 6-2775. 1062 N. E. 14th Ave. (l-153-ft __-c____ (Continued on Page 8) TODAY end SATURDAY ONLY at 1*3*5*7*9 pmn; out at 10:24 ------Franco is Truffauis ------SHOOT SUNDAYN THE PINO PLAYER MONDAY TUESDAYY WEDNESDAY ONE OP THE YEAR'S 10 BEST!" mRy T,,bgn. "1 URNE YOU TO 0O AND mu m Fshare a fantastic adventure! Walt -i e p-I.a snpr -1m sA3rd Fun HItatl1l:30a "VIGOR, HIGH COMEDY, WTAD suimirr' Juiv 64 Fr d Pa e The Flor A ator 6 S

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Jii | ,964 The Flonrid AFLgotor THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE never 0orget I can't think I'm stubborn to advertise of If there's you ''I a better place have to show me. any newspaper with a more spec ali zed, concentrated readership A The Florida Ar Our competition views wi th alarm our remarkably effec tive advertising results, I *I -I-.-. *jtaan an. n* S.? aL a.? sin t a a a.L ? -t .-J 1 ~ -a --. I I t-r day m~ M M1 Page 7 A

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., l .i i,. r eng, ind UmsAll 3 I'LTI I F II' [4 Av ti perrormlilt PS thiov Ileos, Tw~Ic manly of these iirelii iithilisist% .ini their popoiieti p 4m0L iii i14 b p iint*'. it't 0 hI Is 'LU *I igti' WY I t plia' flittil. BeIll Iry unt I 1101] ;'inh i' OW t'iie tspi iE touth it 4$ It WooiIdiiff or v,'pr. N ci, WSnodz iff ee hui Br' ''it -, theer'ui It dI 'urrns towi, to .tfew w.ry essential f icts: 1.IOA( HIIN,. I was it a fnot'll linuc in 1960 where one 13g Fep coalh toli me that thier, wais no sueh thing as lI tils ItutilIng between the soujtheisterni schools. Thcy'xe ili got the n ie material, he said, and they dI play the sanmetype ,Igamie. the difference lie said, between the 'N ad 'bid'' teams w as coaching. l'm personally a little skeptical of that, aItlmugh the rtasorl is thit sInce 1960 wtademic re-. lu rmentL has JUIpIed sky high it mnaiy schools in the southeast, such I, ihcirtla tnd Georgiai Tech. Do' let .myivxiy kid you out there. reach left the conference in part (although hIirdly entirely) beCaUse of academic restrictions. 2. MA TERtIA .This just about goes without saying. Do all "'real good'high school football players go to schools other than Gatorlar To play ball here, you've got to ba' able to get in. AND STAY IN. As far as this is concerned how many of you out there know people (maybe yourselves) who shall we say "flunked out." The football players at this school put in 4-5 hours ,. day knocking heads every ajternoorn during the fall. When they get back after practice they don't reel like jumping for joy and dashing to the library. But most of then, are taking the same lower division C-courses that everyone else is. Coach Graves demands academic stress. The fact of the matter is that Gator academic averages invariably take a big jump up from tall to spring grades. There's more to this of course, but that's what this contest is about. Wa nts ra zzle-da zzle dclwiht ,it t (Continued from Page 6) Real Est ate.< h.splinesque