The Florida alligator
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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
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Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
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Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: November 5, 1964
Publication Date: 1912-1973
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Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
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Even SOTS Is Oraanized On UF Campus I

It's DO secret that a college ation of the Trimonster Sys- organized effort by students In individual basis. lion of the Itm..r system.

campus Is a world of Its own. tem." this area to attack the tri- Cofer said he hopes to get I

The UF Is DO exception.Now Frank Cofer, one of the mester. The letter, signedby support from the press

even the SOTS are founders of the organization Cofer and four other stu- through the state press asso- Also, Cofer said the organ

organizing. and unofficial SOTS chairman, dents criticized Gov. Farris ciations and through Individual Itation is writing to Tom

plans to apply to the Dean of Bryant, the Florida Legislature editors. Adams, Florida's secretary J Jof

It all started with a letterto Men's office for recognition as and state politicians In state, to ask for his support. ;
The Alligator Oct.26.SOTSIs an official student organ general for starting the tri- Now that Haydon Burns has

not what you might thinkIt ization for the club's 56 mem- mester system. been elected as governor Corer said he believed 80 ;

Is; rather It is an organization bers. Cofer said his organization's per cent of the student body is

dedicated to the total Cofer said The Alligator Until now, except for the concern with Burns is In the against the system and the Job ;

and utter destruction of the deserves the most credit for work done by the Alligator, Immediacy of fulfillment of ahead Is not to convince them

trimester. SOTS stands for protesting the trimester sys- student protest against Burns' primary campaign that It should be changed, but

"The Society for the Obliter tem, but SOTS marks the first the system has been on an Promise tn mish for re'evalua- to convince the public.FiciaALb1GAibR.



Vol. 57, No. 46 University of FloridaGoineiville Thursday, Nov. 5, 1964 } .


Alligator NewsCoverage 6t Frosh CChange ourse I


Hit t Slated (

the trimester and to make
The credit hours of three fresh- system
The Florida Union Board of The problem, according to both the courses more flexible," Cox
men courses are scheduled to be
Student Activities, citing a "lackof Thompson and Marlnelli, Is the
changed next according to
year said.All
cooperation from The amount of space given to national four-hour courses will be
Dr. Ernest H. Cox, asst. dean of
Alligator" has unanimously news in the college paper Instead the University College. abolished, since twoand
resolution concern- of news "beneficial to the camp three-hour
passed a courses are more
American Institutions (C-ll and
ing coverage of "campus activi- ." 12) and Freshmen English (C-31 flexible (easier for counseling purposes -
ties." Picking up a copy of Tuesday's ) under the trimester system
and 32)), currently four credits,
Joe Marlnelli, director of the paper Marlnelli claimed a story Cox said.
will be reduced to three and Effecting -
board, reported a "financial loss" concerning the opera "La "C-41 for example, is acour.ewhich
Thinking (C-41), now three
because of the coverage In the col- Boheme" should have been on the can be an extra useful one
credits will be extended to two
front page. to students in them
lege paper. helping adjustto
courses, each counting two credits.
"Eighty to 90 per cent of the The changes, initiated last year university life," Cox said. "It
front Marlnelli will be effective this
page, charged more way by
The story on Gerry Richman by the Policy Committee of the
"is usually national news. extending it into a one year
honor court University College, were approved
Marlnelli said that he did not chancellor being nom- course," he added.In .
inated for Rhodes early this fall by the University
have the figures to back the "fin a Scholarshipor the courses changed to three-
the article the Dollars Curriculum Committee.
ancial loss" charge, but added that on for N'y hours the number lectures per
Scholars drive could have been h "They are the result of careful
records trimesterwill be Cox
were kept. decreased
moved to another according study to adjust the University College -
page y
According to the director, no said.
to Marlnelli. course offerings to the re-
comparison could be made between "In C-ll and 12, for example,

attendance this year and last because there are three discussion classes
of the vast difference u, Depf. and one lecture session per trimester -
between the types of series ando "If the music department didn't e under the four-hour

programs. have a column In the paper there r .r 4SEVERAL requirement," Cox said. "When It

Dick Thompson, publicity director wouldn't have been any publicityon Not SurprisedThe is changed to a three-hour course,

for the board added that it," said Marlnelli, in connec- the lecture session is eliminated,"

less than 100 students had attended tion with the opera. r a heavy vote for Johnson cameas he added.

some of the programs because of no surprise to the UF political The change from four to three

Alligator coverage.ROTC science department. hour courses is effective in that
rsa..u Both Thompson and Marlnelli students are permitted to take
UF 'coeds' like "Every poll pointed in the same
said the coverage in The Alligator direction -- a landslide for Johnson more prerequisites for upper division. -

Gets "varied with the editor." the one above covered the ," said Dr. Walter A. Rosen- .

campus yesterday and will baum, professor of political "Reducing: the amount of general

The coverage this trimester again today asking students science.Dr. education requirements in comprehensive I '

"has been the worst yet,"accord- Frederick H. llartmann, director course requirements
Pay HikeAdvanced Ing to Marlnelli. for Dollars for Scholars of the Institute of Interna- makes it possible for students to

donations. See Honor (Continued On Page 7)) fill up their trimester course"loads
with these extra courses, Cox
"We aon't want favorable articles Roll on Page 3. said. h
ROTC students ...
but just the straight news," .r -
will have a raise on their "
said Thompson.
next paycheck.The Says Johnson

monthly salary of advanced Thompson said he had talked

ROTC has been raised with both Walker Lundy Alligator Build'i

from $27 to $-10, according editor and Joel Gaston, managing Command To

to CoC science:James professor.The W.Bryant.,military editor, about the situation.

raise will only be about
Thompson said for one storyhe
six dollars, or a $33 check, WASlttNGTONUPr.Presldent Jot.neon yesterdaytook : Tuesday's avalanche of Johnson rotes armed the
had to go to The Alligator
for October, since the ruling tour different days before the paper his historic and crushing defeat of Sen. BarryM. President with a massive margin of 'control In the

has only been effective since printed the story (concerning the Goldwater as a "command to build" America House, where several of his key legislative proposalswere

October 13, said Bryant. The United Nations undersecretarycoming both at home and abroad. frustrated this year. And It restored the 07-33

November checks, however, to the campus). But he was placed on immediate notice by his control he enjoyed in the last Congress.
will be for the full $40. defeated Republican opponent that the Coldwaterites Facing an uninterrupted period of Democratic

The raise will affect 185 Another problem Thompson will continue to battle to make the Republican party control to the Congress, it was obvious that Johnson

advanced ROTC students. For cited was that articles printed in the vehicle tor a later conservative victory would push ahead with his dream of "the Great

participating in the University the paper usually appear Just day Goldwater did so alter surveying the countrywide Society" in the hope of winning such support that

program six hours per week before the event and therefore wreckage of his bid to lead America a conservative a return match by the conservatives in uea wouldbe

tor two trimesters and attending "don't help In the selling of tic- counter-revolution this year. lie lost to Johnson less likely.
a six-weeks summer kets." by the greatest popular vote margin In U. 8. la his victory statement Issued la the wee hour

camp they receive a check history. of the morning, Johnson looked at his electionthis

very month of the year plus With returns still straggling in, but 99 per cent ways

$120 for training camp. Thompson said the resolution of the vote counted, Johnson had 41,017,271 and "It is a tribute to the men and women of all

The raise, made available passed by the Board of Student Goldwater 2St 4,2S8, a percentage of 61J to 39.7. partite In the Congress and the nation.It re-affirms

by federal law, will be about Activities was discussed and Johnson woo 45 states for a total of 446 electoral the achievements and the policies which have emergedover

$Zoo per year. amended several times before it votes. Goldwater won five Southern states with generations from common American principles.

The money is, of course, was unanimously passed Oct. 26. 47 electoral votes, and yesterday finally carriedhis "It Is a mandate for unity, for a government

subsistence pay, said Bryant, home state of Arizona with five electoral votes that serves DO special Interest, no business

lace ROTC is DOt a full- This is the first time the board for an over-all total of 5%. lie woo the Dixie statesof government, no labor government; no farm

tim occupation. has passed such a resolution about Alabama, Mississippi, South Carolina, Georgia government, no one faction, no one group, but a
news coverage in the college paper. and Louisiana government that is the servant of all the people.

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Page 2, The Florida Alligator Thursday, Nov. 5, 1964 __

SG Fund Drive ExtendedThe

Kennedy Explains

United Fund Drive has been than last year's goal.
extended to Nov. 15. Corrick said he was pleased!
To Freshman Council George W. Corrick, chairman with this year's progress, which!
the drive on campus, said the Is 20 per cent better than the!
university campus has collected progress at this time last I
of Its goal of $28,000.The The progress of the drive onl
Student Government (SG) president Ken Kennedy During the discussion period following his speech, $16,869 J. Hillis Miller Health Center campus Is slightly better than!
addressed the Freshman Council Monday night to Kennedy expressed disappointment in the "breakdownin achieved $8,300 of Its that of the Greater Gainesville[
explain the role of SG at UF. communications between SG and The Alligator." United Fund Drive, Corrick said.I
Kennedy, calling SG a "training ground for citizen- He stated that he was undecided as to whether he $10,000 goal. of Greater Gainesville's ul
total UF goal goal
ship," evaluated this training as one of the most vital should veto the 'Gator Bill' recently adopted by Leg This year's
functions for which SG Is responsible. Other functions Council. To get an idea of how students felt he tooka .$38,800 Is 44 per cent higher $160,000.
cited were a responsibility for two-way communication rough tally on the bill. Council members favored
between UF students and Administration, and it.33-23. Yt'
block seating for football games. Alan Paul, 1UC, a Pi Lambda Phi pledge, was
According to Kennedy the key to UF SG strengthIs elected Frosh Council president. Paul said he hopedas S te kight: rc\\
the budgetary control It exercises.Power Is emittedto president to further the Council purpose of
SG from the Administration and from student communication. ;
opinion, he said. Secretary for the Council Is Kitty Gollnick, 1UC,
SG structure was likened to that of the U.s. Alpha CM Omega pledge.
Government by Kennedy. On the central level he The Council will have as Its guest Dr. Fredrick
placed the Florida Union 3rd floor; it the state level Hartman, UF political science professor, at the next ..ATh UMpri'vv
are Inter-hall, inter-fraternity and Panhellenlc Council council meeting Monday, November 16. Hartman will
; and on local level are governments organized speak on "Changing Times in Florida and UF" in ''
within the various residences. Florida Union Room 324 at 7:30 p.m. c: :

EverybodyHelps Honor Roll Bus Ad Plans emptyempty

The Dollars for Scholars

'Dollars' honor roll grows as contri- Business Mag. p.

butions slowly come In. The College of Business Admin-
istration Is preparing the first Large Del Monico,
Chairman Bill McBride -
reminded issue of their own business maga- Baked Potatoes
Even busboys and ironers are groups to turn mon- zine. A tentative deadline has THURSDAY
doing their part to boost the total ey in on the Florida Union been set for January, 1965. Tossed Salad

of the 1964 Dollars for Scholars third floor between 7 and Ralph B. Thompson, associate STEAK NIGHT 5-9 P.M. Hot Buttered Rolls!
Drive. professor of marketing and associate -
According to Rawlings Hall drive 9:30 p.m. any eveningthis editor for the new magazine, 97C
chairman, Jacqueline (Jackie) week. hopes to make the publication on
Braun, Monday night the pledgesof the same level as the Ha"udBus- HUMPTY DUMPTYDRIVEIN
Delta Tau Delta fraternity bus- iness Review.
boyed in the Rawllngs Hall cafeter HONOR ROLL Currently the students in the
ia. Tuesday night Pi Lambda Phi College of Business Administration & RESAURANT
and Phi Delta Theta pledges Dorms are compiling all-state
: construction figures and retail statistics -
carried trays for girls.
The tips the pledges received Graham (girls) $62.87 for publication in the first FR2-5387 310 N.W.13th St.

wnet toward Dollars for Scholars. Broward 43.46E. issue.
Tuesday the women of Rawlings
Jennings 51.55
ironed shirts for ten cents apiece. '
According to Ironing chairman Elizabeth Sororities: Look at the Value in this
L. (Betty Lou) Douglas,
109 pieces were Ironed. DANISH INSPIRED
Today women from Rawllngs Chi Omega $118.40 tljJjI]

will go to Hume Hall to carry Sigma Kappa 108.54

tcays in the cafeteria, their tips Zeta Tau Alpha 90.00 3-Pc. CASUAL SET
going to Dolars for Scholars. run, rnRc_ iimrnii
Phi Mu 73.41
Thursday and Friday Rawlings
will sell pins for five cents apieceto Fraternities: I :'I,
stick in any effigy of a University Delta Upsilon $35.00 / I I I'I
of Georgia football player I
Rawlings women will make. I

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Thursday, Nov. 5, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 3 u

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i r.t.Pre-Med Seminole Stress Analysis ;

i::: Dr. George T. Lewis, .
j ::;:: chairman of the admissions Fraternities, sororitiesand A week-long: short .
:::ii:: committee of the campus organizations course on the "Moire .
ITHETH0usANDsI P-t:: University of Miami will wishing to reserve pages Method of Experimental :
$:::::1 be at the UF Nov. 12-18 In the Seminole must con- Stress Analysis, Theory ......?..:
s ijjjjj::: .: for Interviews. Students tact Stephen Conn, Florida and Applications" will be }::::;
IWHOARESAVINGI held at UF Nov. 1620.
Union Room 12. DeadlineIs ,
:s|:|:|:A wishing appointments with '
::: tomorrow. The conference Is sponsored *:::
$::$: Dr. Lewis now should contact -
by the Engineering ::::
MONEY ::::: the Pre-Professional
Science and Mechanic : :
1:+::::*; Counseling Office,
under the :::$
&:::#::: Anderson Hall 107.Tuition PhysicsK. Department
m direction of Dr. Cesar, ssy 1
G. Tlrsell of Iowa ,
August Sciammarella, ::
INILKINSON'S :|:.|::. $$$ State University will speakIn associate professor of :::

::&:|:::$:&::: Students wishing tuition Bless l Auditorium engineering mechanics and. ::::
SUPER-SWORD ::: Physics Building associate research professor ::
::|::|::| scholarships must make
Wednesday, Nov. 11 at 4 of the engineering and ::*
:::: ::
::::::::::: applications between now
$ Stainless Steel Razor Blades 79 Size :::ji:::::| and Feb. 1, 1965. To p.m.The Industrial experiment
speech Is entitled"BetaGamma station. ?:::
OUR PRICE 49 ) v:::>:::: qualify, a student must have Circular ::.::
Coupon Expires Nov. 11 1964CONTAC ::::::::::: at least a 2.5 average and :":'
:::::::::: a definite need for financial Polarization Measurements."Correlation Mothers' Club :S':.:::.:1:.
::::::::: aid. Scholarships are -:.:.
All interested personsare Assistant Dean of Women
:s::::::: guaranteed for three ;s:
Invited to attend.Who's .
Marjorie Jackson will ::
::::::: trimesters If the student
... J ><1 .I ;h 'CI. ; :$::::::: maintains his 2.5 average. speak today at the Holiday sy:::: !Il
::::::: Who Inn to the luncheon meeting ..:.....
t ::::::: of the UF Mother's Club. ::: ,I
:::::::: Students who wish to She will speak on "j urope ::: \
jr apply for the Seminole Hall with Mother." ::::::=
Cold Capsules ::\ !. lil!! Dorm SocialAll of Fame and Who's Who 1:1:: \

," : Among Students In DraftMale ::1:1:1::
list Price $L49 OUR PRICE 88C American Colleges and :::::: ,
,\ I. :::: All students are Invited Universities may pick up citizens are reminded ...:::. :
Coupon Expires Nov. 11 1964 :::::::: to the Center Jennings application forms at the to register for :;:: \
I) :::: social in Hall Florida Union information selective service at the ::
:" .' 4- :::: Jennings :: I
'T t t ", "T" ..7', desk: Monday through nearest local board within ::
i ..... :::::::: Recreation Room from 8 y:
=--=' :::::::: p.m. to 12 tomorrow. Friday, next week only. days of their eighteenth : ::: II IIfive
Some of our everyday low prices on :::::::: A donation of 25 cents The forms must be birthday. Any 18-year-old :..::.:.:..+.,,
name brand merchandise: :::"' is being asked for returned to the Seminole male I who has not :::::
:::::::: "Dollars for Scholars.1 Office, Florida Union Room registered should do.o ::::::::
HAIR CARE ITEMS Our Everyday Price :::::::: Refreshments will be 12, by Friday, Nov. 13. Immediately. Failure to ':::::

Breck Shampoo $1 size 79c :::::::: served. All seniors and graduate comply may result I In :..::..:::>
79 :::::::: students are eligible. punishment by fine or :: ::s:
Head & Shoulders $1 size (
;;;: Imprisonment.IrltlauxllN :::;

Vita-Fluff Shampoo $1.25 79c |1|1 Hootenanny .. ; ; ;; !!;
; ; ; ;; ; ; i1
Prell Shampoo $1 1 ". 79c :::1:: ::1:;:::''ji:::: : ::[::::1:::::[:::1:::1:1:1:1:1:::::::1:1mll:: :: :::::::::::::1:1::: 1 :!: 1 11::KVVft::::;::::::!%:!:;:: ii: ::::::

VO-5 Shampoo $1.89 $1.48 :::::::::::: Bring your banjoes and ::::::::: 27 YIAM aPlelNClTAILORING. T
Breck (shampoo concentrate) .60 46C :j-jjjij:::::::; guitars to a hootenanny ::ijijij:::::::
:::::::::::: tomorrow night sponsored :::::::::::
VO-5 Hair Dressing $1 II 79c :::|:x:::|:: by North East Broward and ::;:ft:::::: MUM DOHA MANOOKIAN
Roux Fanciful Rinse 2.35 $J.79 ::>::::::::: Hume Halls. The singing :::::::::: C/flti\dtloni of/ ail klndi on '
Miss Clairol $1.25 99c :Ijij:::::::3? and strumming begins at 8 ::|:ii':|::$:: UID"( a and (1J!omln' lot/lnJ IM'
:::::::::::: p.m. and will last until 1 :::::::::;? UIPINT TAILOHINO tPAQN TTIM
New Dawn Hair Color $2 $1.67 ::::::::::: a.m. Everyone is Invited. ::::::::::::: pRicn VUY "U'O"-IL.-

Rinse $1 79C 24 Hr. Service on ROTC
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Suave Hair Spray $1 79c $ Ph. 6.1794 1824 N.W. 1st Ave. Loiagno RovfofaY

Adorn Hair Spray $1.50 $1.19 :::::j::; The Student Public :mix ::::::: r al Pormfoanalorn
Get Set $1.50 $J.19 :|:;::::|' Relations Organization :|::::::|:::: SPORTSMEN'SCYCLE Modi IraUaitSauiagt
:):::ji::):::); meets Nov. 10 at 7:30 p.m. ::;::':::;i eelalNt
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Dep hair style gel $2.50 $1.89DEODORANTS :M::::::; All public relations :W::::: 617 N. Main St. In Every Town Or City, You
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Page 4, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, Nov. 5, 1964OPINI@N "Understand, we're not forcing you"


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Leave Out WhereasThe \\11\ "'"
Whereas 1111 t \h'' 1

Therefore .
Florida Union Board of Student Activities delivered to ( I
to print ( j3
The Alligator a "proclamation," which requested"due coverage"of Alligator \\j ,

the board's programs. The "proclamation" said such coveragehad what WE want fa
not been forthcoming from The Alligator and that the board
had encountered "a serious lack of cooperation" from this

newspaper.Let .
us say, first, we are glad to receive constructive criticism
from any individual or any group on campus about news coverage. f
l We are first to recognize that our news coverage Is not as goodas i
perhaps It could be.That is why we always welcome suggestionsand
criticism--so that we can Improve ourselves In this vital ,
The Alligator runs no United Press International wire news
until we are sure we have all campus news In the paper. We
realize this newspaper Is the only outlet for such local news. f
We think perhaps the difference of opinion between the union
board and The Alligator Is not over whether a story should be .
included In the paper, but rather, over how big a play the story .
should receive.As iR :-: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: : : :.:.:.:. '
we said, constructive criticism Is always welcomed. We ti nut iltit : : : : :: : : : : : :::::::: .

shall accept the "proclamation" In that vein and endeavor to
do better in the future.
But we would prefer someone coming down and telling us it FU Board for Student Activities

specifically WHAT stories were left out and what stories they .......
feel were not emphasized enough Instead of delivering a "pro- ::1:1:1:.:: EDITOR: dally newspapers available on and near campus,
clamation" that asks for "due
simply coverage. .
I :::::.: and is covered more completely In these
I In other words, please help us better serve you..the student ::::::: Resolution unanimously passed Oct. 26, 1964 newspapers than The Alligator can feasibly
r with honest, sincere, specific suggestions, but leave out the :::::::: by the Florida Union Board for Student Activities. attempt, although coverage of state and national
t "whereas's" and the "hereby's." ::;;;: WHEREAS, The Florida Union Board for news, done selectively, by The Alligator is well

Student Activities sponsors and coordinates received; and,
\ Dollars Drive Great many programs of general interest to the student WHEREAS, The Union Board,notwithstanding
body as a whole and to various segments of a sincere respect for the editorial freedom of

, the student body; and, The Alligator, a responsible newspaper, feels
: The Dollars for Scholars drive is now in full swing. And it's WHEREAS, The Union Board has encountereda that general campus news proximate to the
really swinging. Never before have we seen such enthusiasmfor serious lack of cooperation from The Alligator student and faculty readership should not be
f. the drive. in Its attempts to gain adequate coverage for treated as a secondary Interest.

i SomehowChalrman Bill McBride has been able to pull together certain of its programs, being given reasons THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the
, the strength and protenlal of the administration, faculty, fraternities such as"lack of space"for failure of a submitted Florida Union Board for Student Activities
and sororities and Independent students. article to be published as agreed upon; and, earnestly requests due Alligator coverage for
People have been running around with canisters, selling various WHEREAS, News of general state and national its programs, sponsored for the benefit of
j, goodies, setting up exhibition football games and volunteeringto Interest Is available in the numerous Florida' students by student fees.LeTTeRs.

wait on tables.
The spirit Is great, the cause Is worthy and the leadership

Inspiring. With that combination.. .and with your cooperation, .........................................:.:.:.:...............:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.
a 'smashing ending should result from such a flying start. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :;: :.:::;:;

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!I TODAY'S QUOTE Tradition of Law School Shuffling |I"!

"There may be a million people in this world who could do this EDITOR: Shuffling is not confined to tne classroom.The i:1::::1
Job better than I can, but I've got the job and I'm doing the best I library (previously considered a place of :::::::
can." Certainly one of the lessons learned In the quiet) is also a proper forum. When a student :::::::
! Harry S. Truman study of law is that all traditions should be drops a book, students shuffle. God only knows :::::::
! periodically examined, rather than forever why. When a student receives a phone call,
accepted at face value. It Is paradoxical that students shuffle. If a girl -- not a law student-
within the UF Law School there exists a tradition enters the library, students shuffle. But in this
The FloridaALLIGATOR which has never faced such an examination.That case, shuffling is too commonplace. It Is not
I tradition is shuffling. To the uninitiated, enough disturbance to express the esplrit de
shuffling is a simple mechanical operation corps of the school. So the mature students and
consisting of alternately sliding the feet back future lawyers pound on the table tops with
and forth on the concrete floor; the leather open hands (considering the number of college
and the concrete combine to produce the sound rings.these are college graduates, you know--
Served by United Press International and hence the name--shuffling. and wedding bands, the result Is utter chaos).
Shuffling is a response to many situations. It appears to me that shuffling Is not a productof

Editor . . . . . . . Walker Lundy It expresses so many possible responses, thatIt reason; it is a mere response to a multitude of
[ Managing Editor. . . . . . .Joel Gaston of expresses nothing. While It is a unique form stimuli. It is a habit, devoid of any specific
commutation, It expresses nothing that could
Executive Editor . . . . . .Ron Spencer not meaning. The practice is so out of proportionthat
Assistant Managing Editor. . . . .Nancy Brachey better Let be expressed in some other accepted it expresses nothing; it is simply a mob
manner. me Illustrate the extent of the
Assistant Managing Editor. . . . .Dave Berkowitz class reaction in which Individual expression is lost.
Editorial Page Editor. . . . . .Ed Barber practice.late In students shuffle when a teacher Thus, considering its waste of class time,
arrives ; they also shuffle when a student
Sports Editor. . . . . . .Bruce Dudley arrives late. The its Interruption of discussion, Its interferencewith
shuffling disrupts the class
City Editor. . . . . . . .Skip Havlser far than the late free discussion, and Its intrinsic
more arrivals.
shuffle be
Campus Living Editor. . . :I. < .Jackie Cornelius when the teacher tells Immaturity, I suggest that shuffling
a funny Joke (they also
abandoned. It Is not an appropriate practicefor
laugh; but they feel they must shuffle since it in
Editorial Assistants--Jim Castello. Ann Carter,Don Federman, Is the accepted tradition). The same students a group of college graduates studying
Donita Mathison, Toys Levine,Sam Ullman,Ernie LitzClrculatlon shuffle the teacher when the Joke Is not a professional school.

Manager), Stan Kulp (Cartoonist). Does this mean shuffling means both disapproval funny Name Withheld

and approval? More probably It means nothing
Reporters -- Patti Pltz (Student Government Beat Chief, that anyone could pinpoint; shuffling is
Joe Kollin, Bob Golub, Joe Waldorf, Sharon Kelley, Yvetta shuffling. '
'Biased Pee)
Cardozo, Frank Shepard, Lee Alexander, Agnes Fowles, Thelma The worst form of the practice Is its
j Mossman, Marjorie Green, Evan Langbeln, David Kennedy, ship. When a student says something several
1 Terry Rogers, Susie Halbaek, Jeffrey Denkewalter, Dick Dennis, students disagree with, or when he talks longer EDITOR:
\ Beverly Faber, Dick Schneider, Greg Seltz, Sue bobble. than some students think he should,they shufflea --

I censorship In which the participants hide behind I have seen many campus magazines at
the cloak of anonymity. I contend that it Is the various universities across the country but
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaper professor who Is responsible-not the this Is the first time I have ever seen one usedas
I I of the University of Florida and Is published five times weekly students-for the control of class discussion. a sounding board for the editor's political
. except during May, June and July when it Is published semi- Several professors support this view.They have views. Humor? Yes. Satire? Yes. Work by
t weekly. Only editorials represent the official opinion of The outlawed the practice In their classes (Hunt student authors? Yes. Strongly biased political
Alligator. Columns represent only the opinions of their authors. and Probert to name two). But, encouraged by opinions? Aw, come on--leave that for the
; The Alligator Is entered as second class matter at the United such eminent scholars as the Dean of the Law Alligator letter* to the editor.
; States Post Office at Gainesville. School, Frank E. Maloney, the practice con-
tinues. John F. Michel

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,I Origin Of Species' .

I < Dr. Evans Talk

To Editor Don Federman '
:::: EDITOR: to present the views of the Citizens Council Congratulations on your newest edition of

::1:: which he represents. It Is a shame the studentsare the N.O.P. Your brand of campus humor has .
.:::.::.:.:: UF, a school of pride and dignity!? One not mature enough and have not the dignityto rarely been equalled in any other publication ."', ."
" cannot help but wonder about the validity of this respect the man for his beliefs but must except perhaps Darwin's Origin of Species. t
statement after having attended the talk by Dr. resort to shameful and undignified tactics and Possibly you should stick to movie reviews 1:

Medford Evans on Separate and Equal Stations name calling to attack him merely because his (in the Mlcanopy Herald). ..: &::=:' ;
concerning the Civil Rights Issue. Dr. Evans beliefs and theirs were not the same. :: :: :!&: '
came here to talk on the policies of the Citizens One cannot help but wonder what the reactionof Dill ::: :::
Council of America, not to turn liberals into these Intellectuals (some even had beards '" Peel"m: :. :::::
conservatives or Integrationist Into ::: I:
and smoked pipes) will be if some.conservative "Old Orange; :.::.:.
segregationist.By souls disagree with the policies of Roy Wilkins Peel"t::.:.::.: :::
the reactions of the majority of the audienceto t ti.GATOR
and mock him when he comes to speak here in : ;
hiS talk, one can only assume that the students
February on merits of integration.
present came to heckle and mock Dr. Evans
I hope the students that do not support the
rather than listen to his talk and to evaluatethe
principles of the N.A.A.C.P. can resort from
merits and values of its contents. They did
such rude tactics that were displayed Thursday
not come to learn about the policies or beliefsof
night. The UF has been disgraced enough all
the Citizens Council or Dr. Evans but to run '
ready. DS
him down-----it seems the liberal audiencehad
rather limited views.It .
William Kent Doe, 1UC
was surprising to notice the intelligence of
the students present that presented questions ".. .... .. ...
based on "facts." It so seems they knew more

about the speaker's subject than the speaker,
who Is an authority on the subject.It's .
really marvelous how UF students can
have more Intellectual Intelligence than a man NIIlltl
who has degrees from Yale and other prominent
universities, held top federal positions In
personnel and security, Is a noted author, and
has taught In leading colleges for twenty years.
And dignity and pride of schoolOur
proud students who do not agree with Dr. i t mm1
Evans' views, a large number at least,refrained ........ ........

from presenting facts but resorted to emotional Ii !1i1i1i1au
tactics to attack Dr. Evans, mocking him, M
hissing him, and even to the extent of some
undignified scholar calling him "white trash."
It may be noted that this soul retreated from
the building after his bold statement---It takes a
brave man to runt! I am sure this all set a good
impression of the dignity of UF.Surely one must
admire Dr. Evans, whether they agreed on his
convictions or not. It takes a brave and dedicatedman
to stand before 100 heckling students, and
calmly answer their questions questions often
very personal attacks, rather than questions ,
based on the issues.
Whether Dr. Evans' views are right or wrong
was not the purpose of his speaking---he spoke

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Thursday, Nov. 5, 1964, The Florida Alligator,. Poge 7 t

In 'Unity' Theme i iBarry I

like a lion, I

you beast Pledges Aid To LBJ !

E PHOENIX, Ariz. -(UPI) he represents. He announced that effect a challenge to those party to have done/. Goldwater said. I
Republican presidential nominee he plans to play an active role officials who might want to takeover Goldwater told the President he
Barry M. Goldwater congratulated In shaping GOP policy-though pro- the party reins. will help "in any way I can toward
President JOhnsonyesterdayonhis bably not as GOP nominee In 1968 "However It is Interesting to achieving a growing and better
PAH\ landslide election victory,pledging me and very surprising to me that America and a secure and lasting
aid to the President In pursuitof Goldwater's message to the the latest figures that I xan get peace." He suggested that "thereis
lasting peace. President went part way 'towardsthe do not reach the total of the 1960 much to be done" in areas
"unity" theme sounded by, election. I am disappointed In this which he discussed in his campaign -
## The senator said the party's Johnson In his own post election because I thought the American Viet Nam, Cuba, law and i I
stand should be based on the statement. The senator's com- people would have turned out In order, a productive economy and ,
"concept of conservatism" which ments on GOP affairs were, In greater numbers than they seemed the challenge of communism. {

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tional Relations, commented, "My middle group on his side, said the outcome of this election meant a third party, giving us the Demo-
own personal prediction gave Gold- Hartmann.To the end of the Conservative move cratic Party, Republican Party anda
water 36 per cent of the popular do this, Hartmann continued, ment or the two-party system in Southern Conservative Party."
vote and 62 electoral votes. The a candidate must take a positionthat America. Views on the amount of slander
results of the election were about actually appeals to both "Goldwater didn't actually represent in this campaign were divided.
what I expected." parties. the conservative move- Doctors Hartmann and McQuown .,
1 Another professor of political "This is why the two parties ment. He was a right radical, thought the slander this year exceeded -
science, Dr. Ruth McQuown, said usually move toward a central not a conservative" said that of any other campaign
she expected a heavy Johnson vic position," be said. Hartmann "There is plenty of during the 20th Century."It .
tory. "But I didn't expect the But according to Hartmann, room for a true conservative reminds me of the tactics
landslide to be as great as it Goldwater did not do this. "His movement. used during the middle of the
was," she added. position was definitely geared toward Hartmann explained the 10th Century. But because this
Dr. Hartmann gave reasons for one wing of the Republican difference between a conservativeand campaign was a desperate one, it
his answer. "Goldwater departed Party. The result was that he won a right radical.A didn't surprise me,"Dr.Hartmann
from the typical success formulafor the 25 per cent whose sympathieswere Conservative, he said wantsto said.
winning elections," he said. with the extreme faction and' keep things the way they are. Dr. McQuown commented
Ordinarily sympathies are the 10 per cent who would have He wants to maintain the status "Campaigns have always had
divided 40 per cent for each can voted the party label, 'no matter quo. A right radical wants to slander, but this is the first timea
didate with an undecided 20 per what' But he lost all the change the system back to previous presidential candidate has indulged -
cent in the middle. A candidate independent voters and this cost conditions. in this sort of thing. In the
will start with his original 40 him the election." He cited Goldwater's stand on past members of the party used
per cent and then work to get the None of the professors believed the Tennessee Valley Authority as slander, but. the candidates
an example. "A conservative themselves never took part in it."
would have wanted to preserve the
TVA as it is, but Goldwater wantedto Engineer Gets
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The ----

Greek Game Goes To Hume

Climaxes Drive withAMRQUIS ERN" LITZ In the Orange Fraternity league
Intramu.- Editor football is winding up with quitea
BAESZLER few entanglements. In the three

For DollarsClimaxing If one were to look at records, he would wonder why the Georgia- flag The football oorm game league was championship won Tues- brackets Sigma Nu has definitely
Florida game this weekend should be close.In won one; the Beta Theta Pi's
Yocum Section from Hume
the close of the their opening game, Georgia was run over by Alabama. The next day by Thomas G of Mur- and Kappa Alpha's are tied in the
"Dollars for Scholars" fund drive week they were lucky to get by Vanderbilt. And the week after that Area over the of 32-25. second (with a playoff today), and
phree Area by score
will be a fraternity All-Star they tied South Carolina, a team Florida beat 37 to nothing. marked the beginningof the third has a three way tie between -
football game between Florida and After looking at the films of Georgia's game with Vanderbilt game for this trimester's Phi Delta Theta, PI Kappa
the end
Florida State on Nov. 14 with all and their more recent victory over last year's Gator Bowl champs, football action.Florida Alpha and Sigma Phi Epsllon.
the proceeds going to the fund. North Carolina, it's hard to tell that the same Bulldog team played flag The Fraternity Blue League is
Sponsored by the Inter- In each. It's even harder to find any similarity between this year's still playing its regular schedule
Fraternity Council and fraternities team and last. ScaredOf with its final game set for Nov.

as a whole, the game will be playedas The reason for this big change is their new coach, Vince Dooley. 11, barring any playoff necessities.
a money making project for the Coach Dooley came into a miserable situation at Georgia, where the BulldogsFlorida's The fraternity leagues next sportis
"Dollars for Scholars" fund. alumni were about to take complete charge. They wanted a winning track, set for a two-day tour-
Admission to the game will be 25 football team and thought they had the answer, so they interferedwith football team workedon nament on Nov. 1617.
cents per person. The game will any progress Coach Griffith might have made. some "new oftensivewrinkles"behind The Dorm leagues will next
be played at 1 p.m. at a locationto Coach Griffith, on the other hand, made a few mistakes of his own. closed doors yesterday in participate in bowling and all those
be announced later. He knew his football, but not his boys. He tried driving his boys, preperation for a Georgia team interested in participating are required -
which has the Gators "scared to
This project will feature an little caring about personalities It was like facing a team on Saturdayand to register their teams
All-Star flag football game between then the coaches on Monday. One would play because he was death, according to Coach Ray prior to the Nov. 11 deadline.
outstanding UF and FSU fraternitymen. trained to do so, not for any silly reasons like because he wanted to. Graves. Registration is made at the Intramural -
Coach Graves said he was work-
Each fraternity will selectan But now they're playing from the heart and every time they hit Office, Room 229,
exceptional player to representthe someone, it could easily be for dear ol' Coach Dooley. ing on some new offensive Florida Gym, ext. 291!.
maneuvers with his sophomore
individual fraternity. Florida Being a Georgia boy myself, I'm glad to see Georgia back in it's
backfield. Captain Larry Dupree
State will have two men from each old winning ways and want to wish them the best of luck-..after next
will again be the only senior in
fraternity due to the fewer numberof week.
the backfield Saturday.
fraternities. A half time show Since Coach (Ray) Graves has come to Florida he has compiledone
will be presented by members of of the best won-lost records in Florida history. One of the reasons Alan Foe was still In Tampa aster
the pledge classes here on campus. for this Is he brought with him a winning tradition. He surrounded yesterday where his father was CoUe G
The main idea of the projectIs himself with coaches who, as players, had also been winners. In critical condition following an
an exchange in fund raising Coach Graves himself played on three bowl teams at Tennessee. automobile accident Tuesday.
support between UF and Florida Coach (Pepper) Rodgers played on the great Georgia Tech teams of I
State with a rival sport to be the early 50's, which went to bowls regularly. Coach (Gene) Ellenson
featured. For example; flag played on some of Wally Butts great teams of the middle 40s. They I l
football between the different were also frequent visitors to holiday football specticals.
campus fraternities,following Fall Coach (Billy) Kinard boasts that in his four years at Mississippi, _
Frolics, to help raise money for he lost but four games. The young defensive backfield coach says,
the "Dollars for Scholars" fund. "I've never been a loser and I never intend to be one."
Then In return, possibly an All- Coach (Ed) Kensler played for the great Maryland teams of the ; J,:
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