The Florida alligator
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028291/00450
 Material Information
Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
Page of record
Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: November 9, 1964
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
weekly[ former 1912-]
weekly (semiweekly june-aug.)[ former <1915-1917>]
biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
semiweekly[ former <1962>]
weekly[ former <1963>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
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>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000972808
oclc - 01410246
notis - AEU8328
lccn - sn 96027439
System ID: UF00028291:00450
 Related Items
Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

Full Text
.' .'-. ---.-- -

I GOP's Winning Said To Lie In Middle Of RoadWASHINGTON j

(UPI) Idaho Burch's Job will beHanunavoid "There is no excuse for a poli- confidence that the defeated GOP Anderson asserted that the election i

Gov. Robert E. SmyUe said yes- able subject J for action" at the tical party that cannot be of serviceto presidential nominee would "face was "a decisive repudiation j

terday that the Republican party meeting, Smylie said. 'He noted the public' he said, "and it the problems realistically." of Goldwater as a candidate It I

must return to the winning middleof that the New York Yankees hireda cannot be if it represents only a Smylie appeared on Face the can't be construed any other way." I

the road, starting by replacing new manager after each of their minority." Nation CDS-TV.

Dean Burch as GOP national chair- two past World Series defeats. Smylie expressed hope for Smylie did not endorse Gold- He debated Rep. Edward J.Der- I

man. Looking to the 1966 congres- "councils for conciliation" In the water's candidacy during the cam- winski, R-I11., who launched Gold-

SmyUe is chairman of the con- sional and gubernatorial elections, days ahead. The alternative, he paign. But a former Goldwater water's Illinois campaign. Der-

ference of 17 Republican gover- Smylie said the GOP must broadenits said would be a splintering of the supporter, Rep. John D. Andersonof winski rejected Anderson's view

nors that will meet Dec. 1 to base of appeal and "revitalizeits GOP Into as many warring factions Illinois, said today the best that the conduct of the campaign

review the future of the party arier leadership" for a return to as there are states. thing the Arizonan could do for led to Go I d w at.r's defeat,but t' '

Its crushing election defeat under the winning middle course of the He did not speculate on Gold- the party would be to ""retire blamed instead "deliberate and 'wf'
Sen. Barry M.Goldwater. Eisenhower years. waters future but he expressed gracefully." major defections" within the party. ,

I Come' .f;!
The Florida 'Here
= = === r!
QB Preston

Ridlehuber seems to be t 1

ALLIGATORVol. saying as the Bulldogline f

makes way through t

the Gator defense. See

No. 48 University of Florida,Gainesville Monday, Nov. 9, 1964 Pages 7 and 8 for more ,

'THE DEEP SOUTH'S RNEST COLLEGE DAIL r'*""""" *" *Ma aM anMaMM i of UF's Black Saturday"But \

.. .. 1
t r
-4"r j" r f 1 1k

KA, SN Lose 1!


Bloc SeatingAs t

a result of disrespect shown to campus police and groups overrunn-

ing their assigned blocs at the UF -Auburn football game, recommendations -
have been made that two fraternities lose bloc seating privileges

for a total of four games. .

The action was taken Friday afternoon by a faculty-student review t?

committee composed of Dean of Men Frank T. Adams; Lester L.

Hale, dean of student affairs; Hugh McArthur, chairman of football

seating; Fred He d s t rom, assistant football seating chairman; Ron

Lazace, president 01 lorlda Blue

Key; Bing Michael and Lt. VernonK.

Holliman Campus Police offi-
Wreck Kills cers.

The committee recommendedthat

members of Sigma Nu fra-

ternity lose their bloc seating privileges -

UF F Students for the FloridaMiamigame

this season and the first two

games of next year.It .
A lone tree caused the deaths
was also recommended that
Saturday morning of three UF .
Kappa Alpha fraternity lose bloc '
students about seven and one-half
seating rights for the Miami
miles west of Daytona Beach.

The dead were listed as Warren only.Both A
groups will bave their seat-
Smith, 19, Key West; Lloyd
Ing privileges restored -
Hall Jr., 18, Daytona Beach, and upon recommendation

Ohio.Alex Brusclno, 20, Bay Village, President Ken to Kennedy the Student by Body the Officially Ended'Dollars'Still ,.f ,

Inter-Fraternity Council.
The three were killed Instantly
A formal complaint was lodged
upon striking a tree, the only one
against Sigma Nu fraternity by
In the area on Highway U.s. 92
the Cooperative Living Organization Goingto
at an approximate speed of 80
(CLO) saying that membersof
to Florida
m.p.h., according Highway -
CLO lost their seats to mem-
Patrolman John F. Worden.
Hall, the driver, and Smith were bers Sigma Nu,were antagonizedby The annual Dollars for Scholars but according to Chairman Bill come.

pinned In the car, which practically them and had to summon Cam- drive officially ended last night, McBride the biggest thing Is yet UF Athl.tlcDepartmenhndDoI-
pus Police to settle the dispute. _. .
wrapped around the tree. -- - --- lars for Scholars committee are

Bruscino was thrown from the con- Campus Police charged the co-sponsoring a basketball game,

vertible as the door flew off. Sigma Nu's with lack of coopera- 'Looking Forward9Says Freshman and 0 team vs.Varsity,

Trooper Worden said the trio tion, throwing ice, cokes, paper In Florida Gym at 8 p.m., next
and using obscene language.
was apparently trying to pass Monday, November-10
Before going before the Review
another car when they saw /oncoming CambridgeEDITOR'S
Committee Friday afternoon, the
traffic and had to leave Arrangements for the game arc
representative of Sigma Nu fraternity -
the road. being made by Doug McKee, 2UC.
stated there had been no ( NOTE)Godfrey Cambridge,Negro comedian wrote Admission has been set for SO
brawl, no arrests or taking of the following personal Interview for The Alligator. He Is cents.

New Form student numbers and stressed that scheduled to appear Friday night along with the Lettermen and

the people involved had not been Bud and Travis at Fall Frolics, for which tickets go on sale Dormitory, sorority, and fraternity -

clearly identified aa Sigma Nu's. today at the Information Booth across from the Hub for 93.50 competition for trophies

Set For Briefs Kappa Alpha fraternity was also per couple. closed last night. According to

charged with throwing ice and McBride, final totals and trophy

overrunning their bloc and having I am locking forward to my performance at the university .- winners will be announced In

to be bodily removed by campus this Friday night. You often hear a lot about college campuses tomorrow's Alligator.
The Alligator,beginning Wed. "
poUce. "and the types of audiences and It seems that everything I've
will Institute a new style for
KA representatives denied that heard about and its audience is nothing
ever your campus
of projects
Campus News Briefs. No news A variety
any member of their bloc was short of great. I personally have never had any difficulty competitors to raise
briefs will be accepted for pub- sponsored by
ever bodily removed from the section before of audience.
lication unless they comply with playing any type money. Included were slave
the following rules. and related that they had been Humor is a funny thing. I guess that is sort of a pun.and yet auctions, socials, dinners, a carwash

(1) All briefs must be TYPEDon mis-directed to their seats. it's really true. Different people laugh at different things and date raffles (with Gator
you've got to adjust to the different moods of your audience.
film showings and doorto
a nnl1-1DaupntedCampus A formal complaint was entered Stars),
I think that satire U the thing I prefer best. A lot of comedians \
News Briefs Form, available by members of the Building-Con door soUdtlnf.
are standup comics, but I think that meet people enjoy laughing
la the Alligator office. struction bloc stated just above
about themselves and about the people they read about in the
(2) All briefs must be presented the KA'.. They reported confronting The UJJ. Federal Government

la person. No phone- the members of the KA bloc papers. will put up nine times the amount
I enjoy being myself in every sense of the word. It.. DO
ins will be accepted. with the tickets pertaining to the UF does for use by needy UF students -
life being someone else's puppet and I have never allowed
(3) Briefs must be submittedNO seats in controversy and said the McBride said Throughout -
be that of A lot of take that
myself to type person. people
LATER THAN S p.m. of KA's refused to move.Police were the put'week UF hu been
all the way. In New York, where I'm from, there are a lot
the day before desired publication contacted and the Kappa Alpha's striving to meet a goal of$19,000
of beaU, but me, I'm myself and I guess that's why I have the .
through solicitation of faculty
date. were charged with being uncooperative. ,
success I do. students, and administration.

----.LJ.. :..uJ ..

Page 2, The Florida Alligator, Monday, Nov. 9, 1964 .. ,'"y. I'JI .... _
YY a3

w kf1;

V a

Y -j _

!. 1
w _

PICTURED HERE are the newly-selected Army ROTC sweethearts. From left to right are Karen Rhodes, Delta Gamma; Cathie Caldwell,

I Alpha Delta Pi; Janet Collins, Delta Gamma; Jeanie Egleson, Kappa Delta; Sherry Neufeld, Alpha Chi Omega; Sue Dygon, Delta Delta

Delta; Marcy Schumann, Zeta Tau Alpha; and Cathie Bond, Kappa Alpha Theta. Not pictured is Pat Goodman, Alpha Delta Pi. HOVER

$28,000 COLLECTED Group Will StudySG

Fund Record Set ConstitutionA

Over $28,000 has been contri- although the sources are pooled United Fund collection agent for constitutional revision several contradictions in the
buted to the United Fund so far together at the end of the drive. the health center, Howard E.King, committee has been formed to pro- present charter and that the
this year by the UF and the J. Corrick who Is In charge of reported that the center has con- pose a more flexible and less committee would attempt to bring I
Hillis'Miller Health Center. contributions made by the univer- tributed over $8,000. contradictory charter for the UF things Into harmony in writing
sity branch added, "Considering, "This amount alone exceeds all student body."Student the new constitution.
"Right now, we have set a the fact that this years goal was previous records and is 6%higher Government needs to ---
record. Never before has so much set 44 per cent above last year's, than the goal anticipated," said have more effective power over
money been contributed to the we have done remarkably well." King. student body affairs, and in orderto moOEUn
United Fund by the university," Corrick explained that the university do this we need to generalizethe Shoe Repair
said George W. Corrick, directorof was divided into 28 constitution, making it a docu- Shop

developmentallervlces. SG Puts Out branches, each sponsoring their ment of assigned and prohibitive HEELS ATTACHED
own collection and striving towardsa powers instead of merely the set
The UF and the health center certain goal. of by-laws which It now Is," Earl 5 Mins.
collected contributions separately Special mention was given by Barker, 3 AS, committee member,
Corrick to efforts made by Uni- SOLES ATTACHED
Into Booklet"What said.Other
versity College, the College of members of the committeeare
Students Business Administration, College Buddy Blain, 4 LW, Herman 15 Mins.
WarnedOf of Agriculture, College of Engineering Greene, 2 UC, Robert Segal, 2 UC,
and the Army and Air and another student yet to be
is Student Government?
Force ROTC. All of these units named.
Theft Increase a 12-page Illustrated booklet now reached their goals early in the Barker cited the method of At Two Locations
at the printer's and soon to be
drive. adding cabinet members as an
UF Campus Police Inspector distributed on campus,will provide
"The ROTC units reached their example of poor flexibility in the CAROLYN PLAZA
Gene E. Watson warns studentsto practical answers to SG,according
goal the day before the drive even present constitution. Aconsti-
take to SG Public Relations Secretary, FR60315And
precautions against "
started, commented Corrick. tutional ammendment, passed by
increasing petty thefts on campus. Lee Willis. The drive which began on Oct. two-thirds of the student body In
"This Student Government book-
19 officially ends on Nov. 15. a general election, is necessaryto 101 N. Main bt.
let contains reference to the
Personal property, radios, and no
The total goal of $36,700 for both add
a cabinet office under the
clothes are being taken from unlocked present administration. to any branches should be reached by the present charter. Opp. 1 1st Nat11 Bank
cars he said. Studentsare particular person," Willis said. end of next week, according to FR6-5211
being urged to lock their cars, "It will not become obsolete." Corrick. Barker added that there are
particularly at night. The booklet explains the func- I
tion of SG on campus and the parts
"Each year around this timeas played by Honor Court, Traffic GATOR CLASSIFIEDSGet
Christmas approaches and funds Court and dorm governments.
decrease we are plagued with theftsIn Four-thousand copies of the Informational Things Done 12lh ANNIVERSARY
the dormitories," Watson said. booklet are expectedto Call 3763261Ext. ; 1
He cautioned about being lax with be ready for distribution early
(Nov. 9-14))
property. next week, Willis said. .

10% Off "

NOTICEApplications On All Betty Rose a

& Lilla/ Ann Suits & Coats

are now being accepted for two Student Publications positions: (
10% OffOn 4/

1. ALLIGATOR EDITOR for 2nd Trimester (January-April), to fill
Fall And Winter Dresses

unexpired term of graduating editor.
331/3 % Off2pc

2. EDITORIAL ASSISTANT for The Seminole, for the remainder of
Maternity Sets

the school year. Register For $25.P Dress

Application forms may be obtained in Room 9, Florida Union, and must be (Need not be present for drawing)

returned no later than

1 pr Hose With $20 -2
5 P.M. Wednesday, Nov.18
Purchase Or MoreCHERRYS

The Publications Electoral Board will interview applicants


Thursday, Nov. 19, 1964. ft 105 W. University Ave. FR 6-6348

'\.. ,

---- -------

"""""""""" 'O'O''''.................... .... .................. .,............... ... . ;
: :: : .:: :i:. :" : :: :: ;:;: ;::. ::.. :::. ::. : : ::: :: : Monday, Nov. 9, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page j
: ; ..
; :
::: :: :; ::: ::: ::; ;; :: 1-;: ::: ::: ; :: :: ; .. ..

m News BriefsSwim :. I. Playboy Party, l lI

:.:.:.:. ,
:::: Fins Pi Sigs I .'
:...:.:..:. I
m:::::::: Members of Swim Fins will Hall of Fame Lt. Edward Connerly, Set
::::::; meet tonight at 7 In Florida Gainesville Police,will speak to &I Saturday .
::::::::: Gym Room 201 to discuss the Students who wish to apply members of PI Sigma Epsilon !
:::::::: Spring Show. Everyone Inter- for the Seminole Hall of Fame tonight In Florida Union Room :: Preparations are getting underway to make this year's Playboy I
::::::: ested In working on sets, cos- and Who's Who among American 116. Lt. Connerly will talk on ti j:::: Party even more of a success than last year, according to Miss Kerrle
::::::: tumes, swimming, and publicity Colleges and Universities public relations of a city police j|::::: Leonard, Graham Area Social Committee member.
:$::::$:: are Invited to attend.Spanish. may obtain application blanks at department. The public Is ti:j;: The social event, known last year as "Harold's Club," drew about
the Florida Union InformationDesk Invited to attend. :::: 1,000 UF students and Its success rated an Alligator editorial praising
i this week only. The applications Estate'1''::: Its coordination and "heartening? effect on dorm social life.
....... must be returned Fridayto ::.:1. The party will be held Saturday at 8:30 p.m.
: ..
:::: A conversation the Seminole office,FU Room Ralph Burnham will talk to :.::'
Spanish :::: "The gala festivities will be spread throughout three rooms In
'::::::: meeting will be held tonight at 12. Seniors and Graduate members of the Real Estate :|*:::a: Graham Area, "Miss Leonard said. "There are two 'dressJ' rooms,
::: 7:30 at the International students are eligible. Club on "The Benefits of Being s;|:::::; the VIP room, and the Penthouse, and a room with a more Informal
M. A. I." at 7 In ::
::1:::1: Center. Refreshments will be an tonight :::: atmosphere, the Playroom, upstairs In the Graham Area Recreations
Florida Union Room 208. The :j::
::::::; served. : Room.
Mark Twain :
meeting Is open to everyone. :::
:: "Two bands, the Playboys and the Four Scores, and a contestant
!!!: International George-William Smith's presentation Golf Luncheon !:: floor show will provide the entertainment," Miss Leonard continued.

............. of "An Evening with Y,:::: UF-type Playboy "bunnies" will be on hand as hostesses, barmaids
:::::::' The Board of International Mark Twain" will be sponsoredon Conrad Rehllng will show a 1::i::: and cigarette girls.LongD'sfance.
::::::: Activities will sponsor "Inter- campus by the Florida Union film on golf etiguette Thursday :::::
:im::::::::' national Frolics" Saturday Fine Arts Committee Thursday noon at the Faculty club. Mem- :::
!:::::::;; night, 8:30 to 1:30 at the Moose night at 8:151n University Audi- bers of the Unlverlsty Women's II Call
:::::::::::. Lodge. The Riversides will provide torium. Club golf Interst group are ::
::::::; music; tickets for the Tickets are on sale at the sponsoring the luncheon and ::: ,
:::::::::;: semi-formal dance are $3.00 Information Booth across from talk. Members will be able to :
::::::: and may be obtained at the the Hub and In Florida Union register for a new series of ::::1 Brings Speaker Here
:viv::i:!! International Center In Building Room 315. Admission Is $1. five lessons which begin Nov. :::
SS A-E. 16. I
A long-distance phone Interview vision Public Relations Manager

!..[..\.::.....:.;.::.::.:;.:;.:;.:;.:;.:;:;:;:;:;:;.:;.:.:;:;.;:;:;:;.:;:;:;.:;.:;:;:;:m:;:;:;:;:;:;:;::;:;:;::;:;:::;:;::;:::;:;::;::;:;::;:;::::::::;:::::m:mlillr:1m: 1 mmi 1m ;m m;m mmmmm ;;;:::;:ti of Phillip E. DeBerard Jr., DI01 Southern Dell Telephone and
Telegraph Co., by UF Public Relations -
v asp.I4% 4 students will highlight the
second meeting of SPRO, Student
Public Relations Organization.
The SPRO meeting will be held
Lrk4 tomorrow In the Stadium Build-
Ing. DeDerard, who Is the Immediate -

'*'If-.. ."" past president of the
F ,
Florida Public Relations Association -
NATIONAL will be In Miami.
COMMUNICATIONS' According to SPRO Vice-Pros.
DEfENSE'c \ Jim Castello, who made the
arrangements for the Interview,
ELLCTRONICSN Southern Bell will Install special
phone In Room 236 of the Stadium
\ where the meeting will be held.
e'I The phone will be equipped so
that everyone In the room will
be able to hear: DeDerard and ask
RESEARCH ) Mm questions.
AUTOMATION Yo, ) DeBerard will place his call
) \ to the SPRO meeting at 7:43. II*
will give a brief talk then answer
., I.
.. .. questions about public relations
GENERAL "', 411 from members of the organization.SPRO .
Is a new organization consisting -
of UF students in Public
... Relations. It Is believed to be
IURGY the only organization for Public
Relations' students in the country.
SYSTEM : Frank Bush, SPRO President,
says the Interview with DeBerard
I1 Is the first step In a program of
\ bringing students In contact with
outstanding professionals in the
ATOMICS field of Public Relations.


\ ,
..., I?'!'AND TV -

: ; ::


Co11cge Master



exclusively jor
GT&E, we've made diversification pay l lows through the entire GT&E structureand America's foremost companies In termsof TilE COLLEGE MAN
off in all-around growth. Thafs because accounts for our continued progressin dollar sales, revenues, and diversityof

we've concentrated on related fields of the field of total communications by products.As Deposits deferred
operation. For instance, yesterday's met sight and sound. radio and TV, voice a young and aggressive company
allurgical advance Is today's Improved and data transmission automation and with no limit to its growth, GT&E Is an until your earnings
semiconductor and tomorrow's superior control. organization you may wish to think of In Increase.

communications system. Through research, manufacturing and the light of your own future.GTKE.

This technological chain of events fol operations GT&E has become one of .See us before

you buy.Campus .





........rn.....,.51If..l '--......___c-.U** 't...*......I!.-U.....Ux Win I tntwmt....+.<.i_.W.H*....(. .*.-K... ...s'...---...,,... 3761208Campus


.. .. ., ... .

4, The Florida Alligator, Monday, Nov. 9, 1964OPINI@N ,r lu ;ry ', ',

'Don't We're still behind you. '


worry.'r br'J' '.

@i 1 i i i1i i 1i1i1i..1.1: ]1 i1i1. .:: ::.l..:l: ll: :.:..1:1:1:1::::::::1:1:1:1:::::::1:1:1:1::::::1:::::::1::::1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1::::::::::::1::

Team Still Great ,

The record books will recall the 1964 Florida-Georgia gameas

a Florida loss; the Georgia fans will recall It as an upset

victory. ; '. ,

But to us, the game will be remembered as more than Just a
loss. The game proved to us that our nickname, the "fighting

Gators," Is fitting for our 1964 football squad. Literally every

man who carried the orange and blue against a fired-up Georgia {

team team.on Saturday fought with a desire seldom found on a football

The Gators, bandaged and taped to the limit,displayed an effort

and a spirit of which we may all be justly proud.

The breaks cannot always fall In our direction; but when the
chips are down, we know that our team, will fight to the last man.
And fight to the last man they did, as the Injuries took their FROM THE EDITOR'S DESK


We are sad that we lost, but we are sadder still that so many Reporting ViolationsSteve Random Thoughts

of our fine football players have sustained such Injuries, serious

enough to sideline them for perhaps the rest of the season. Cheeseman i WALKER LUNDY

Honor Court Clerk Editor
We hope that the student body realizes what these men are
giving in the attempt to bring still more honor to our school.
Under the Honor System a student who sees WEEK: Like to set up a new program called
When a man Is willing to risk bodily Injury In the fashion which we
his roomate, fraternity brothe,sorority sister, "Scholars for Dollars." UF could sell all
have witnessed all season and especially this past Saturday,
j or a close friend cheating, is expected to use scholarship holders to the federal government
I then we the students certainly owe these men individually and
his personal influence with that student in an for a $1 each and use the money to amputateone
1 as a team, our complete support.
attempt to prevent him from further cheating. of Albert's toes so he would look like the
I It was unfortunate that more of the Florida students could not If this cheating occurs a second time, he would old Albert. .

get to Jacksonville to give our team the support which it proved to be acting In the spirit of the Honor System by Jn a serious vein, the student body should

us that It deserves. No Florida team In the last few years has turning the student in although this is very offer sincere thanks to all those who worked with

been deserving of our loyalty the way this one most certainly does. rarely done. The situation which pro- Chairman Bill McBride
during Dollars for Scholars
bably perplexes the UP student -
We are sincerely sorry that the record book will not remember most (in reference to Week. Sorority girls, fra-

I the game In the same way that we will remember it. We are not the Honor System) is that ternity men and Indepen-

! discouraged by' the loss, the team Is not discouraged by the loss, .J in which he sees cheatingby ( Hr; dants alike tolled hard for

and most of all, the Gator fans will refuse to be discouraged by another student whom he the program,some as muchas

the loss. We are confident that they will continue to supportthe doesn't know personally. It 40 hours last week.

team, the Gator team which The Alligator can only describeas has been my experience to McBride, 2UC, especi-
ally deserves plaudits.
learn that there are a great
Quite a number of UF stu-
number of students who are
dents should find going to
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1i1 1 1i1t 1 1 1 1:::1:1::::1:::1 1:::1:1: 1 1 1i1 1 1 111 1 1 1 1 1 111j111 1111111 11 1111 11j1 11m11111111 11111 111 1m11j111 Honor willing System to help Inforce when the college less financially-

.. .. they. burdensome as a result
TODAY'S QUOTE see cneaung, DUI iney just
of McBride and Co.'s
CHEESEMAN don't know what to do if LUNDY
and when such an event does occur.

The law is the last result of human wisdom acting upon human Thank you, group, for a job well done.
The two most prominent and distinct
experience for the benefit of the public. cheating *
Samuel Johnson situations will be found on objective examina- Editor's Award for a stadium with the hardest
tions, and on essay type and mixed
(essay and seats -- the Gator Bowl. Editor's Award
objective) examinations.
for the worst battle since Gettysburg --Georgia
If you are a university
college student and
14, Florida 7. .
see someone copying another's
answer sheeton .Editor's Award for the Best-Dressed
an objective exam, you should do two
things: Florida near us
The FloridaALLIGATOR Man -- The young man sitting
at the game dressed in a short and tie and

((1) Notify one of the examiners and have things. Yes, he had a date.

him separate the answer sheets of the students .Who says our Florida Men don't look

Involved. (2)) Learn the student's name and tough? As Sports Writer Glenn Laney was

turn It In to the Honor Court in person In Room leaving the Georgia dressing room after Satur-

Served by United Press International 306 of the Florida Union. Do not be afraid togo day's game, several exhuberant Bulldog fans,

to the Honor Court Office; you will be treated clapped him on the back and said, "Good game,

cordially, not run through the mill.If boy, good game."

Editor .... ........ .. ....... ... .. .... ..... ..Walker Lundy you see cheating on an essay type or He growled and bit one of them on the hand.

I Managing Editor ........ ... .. ..... .... .... .....Joel Gaston mixed examination, notify the instructor, get the

, Assistant Managing Editor ........... .. ... ...Nancy Brachey student's name and turn that student in to the .

Assistant Managing Editor .. ...... .. .......Dave Berkowltz Honor Court as soon as possible.In A Dollars for Scholars football game was

Editorial Page Editor ....... .... ... ...... .....Ed Barber both situations it Is advisable to call the scheduled between the Yulee Hall girls and Phi

Sports Editor ... ... ..... ......... ..... .... Bruce Dudley violator to the attention of one or two of your Gamma Delta fraternity. Fijis report Dean of

City Editor ... ......... ... ... ... .... .... .... ..Skip Havlser classmates while the violation is being Women Marna Brady put a damper on the affair

committed. The reason for Informing your because she was afraid one of the girls might

Instructor as to the violation is so that he get hurt. ..Seems the Fljis wanted to play
Editorial Assistants --Jim Castello,Ann Carter,Don Federman, can hold the papers of the students Involved tackle. .

Donita Mathison, Tova Levine, Sam Ullman, Ernie Lltz (Circula- until the matter is cleared up. .The Board of Student Publications voted

tion Manager),Stan Kulp(Cartoonist),Ron Spencer.Gary Swallow. In my opinion, the best thing to do Is to confront Thursday to give "Dollars" the proceeds from

the student (or If you are small,take some one edition's advertising revenue. Itwouldnavebeen

Pita Student others with you) and give hlme twenty-four hours several to the fund.
tceportersPatti ( Government Beat Chief), Joe hundred dollars added
I Kollin, Bob Golub, Joe Waldorf, Sharon Kelley, Yvette Cardozo, to turn himself In. If you do this, make sure .Student Government Treasurer Fred

I Frank Shepard, Lee Alexander, Agnes Fowles, Thelma Mossman, that the student does turn himself in and turn Lane, however, said he could not go along with[
) Marjorie Green, Evan Langbein, David Kennedy, Terry Rogers, the In yourself 11 he fails to do so. By giving using student funds for such a purpose and

Susie Halback, Jeffrey Denkewalter, Dick Dennis, Beverly Faber, also student a chance to turn himself in, you will the idea has died. .

Dick Schneider, Greg Seitz, Sue Dobbie. give that student a chance for a much *
lighter penalty than If you turned him In yourself. Student crowded next
politics Is going to get
If you find yourself In a situation
which be four
you spring. Chances are there's going to
believe that a student has cheated to
and you political parties, one of which Is suppose
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaperof are not sure what action to take, contact the stress academics. What will they think oi

the University of Florida and Is published five times weekly Honor Court either personally or by phone and next?. .

except during May, June and July when It Is published semi- the officials will help you in any way they can Read Pearson's column
something in Drew
weekly. Only editorials represent the official opinion of The You will not be pressured Into turning a student yesterday that fear Into the
ought to spread
Alligator. Columns represent only the opinions of their authors. in; that decision will be entirely up to you. All hearts of all RepubUcans and most Democrat
The AlUcator Is entered as second class matter at the United we will do Is answer any questions concerning Ife In 1968or
says the
fight for the Presidency
States Post Office at Gainesville. the report of a violation, which may not be '72 Bobby.
clear to you. will be between Hubert and
The devil or the deep blue sea.



.. .. .... .... .
.. .. .
:-:-::-:::-:: :"'
; 5
:N:.:::.'::.:.::-:::: ::'" I.nll.! ....l......ar..l..ii..l..iU.u.: Monday, Nov. 9, 1964, The Florida Alligator__._, Page


Jazz Heritage, Part Three, ."

SOTS Speaks Out 'High Price for Gas'EDITOR Blue TonalityCHARLIE

1t11 I. SH

1: EDITOR: : Columni? ,
The European "major" scale Is the sameCDEFGAB
1 1 1 Society for the Obliteration of the Trimonster We would like the answers to the questions: .Cdo-ray-me-fah-soh-Lah-te
::::::| System (SOTS) would like to express its gratitude !I. Why is the price of the standard brandsof -doh) that you learned In grammer school.
::::::s for the enthusiastic support that it has gasoline in the Gainesville area so high? i.e. With the exceptions "E" to "F" ands "B"to
::::::: received as a result of The' Alligator's publication 33.9 cents/gallon for regular. "C" there are notes between the notes.
1:::::| of our letter (Oct. 26) of organization. 2. Why is the price of the standard brandsof Let me try to clarify that. If you were to
:::[ Since its inauguration two weeks ago, SOTS gas at least one cent per gallon CHEAPER start on middle "C" on the piano and go up
:::::::. has done much In effecting the abolition of outside of the Gainesville area? the "C" major scale until you hit "C" again
:::::::: the trimester system. Numerous statistical The following cases are mentioned for com- you would find that you played only the white
:::;:::|; surveys have been conducted by our analyist parison purposes. In Tampa during the first
::::::::; in both faculty and student circles. (He has also week of September, regular gas was selling for keys.When I spoke of notes between the notes I
::::::::; abstracted statistical evidence to refute the 21.9 cents/gallon during a gas war; two weeks meant the black keys. The note (black key)
:::::::; major cited benefits of the present system.) later the same brands were selling for 29.9 half way between "C" and "D," for example,
Correspondence has been directed to Secretaryof cents/gallon. In recent weeks it was observedthat Is called "C sharp" or "D flat"
State Tom Adams and other men instrumentalIn the standard brands of
gasoline were selling Now if we were to go back and play the
Florida's educational programs, in an attemptto for 30.9 cents/gallon in Dunnellon, Cedar Key scale from "C" to "C" again, but this time
see what can be done to secure the desired and Starke. GAS IS AT LEAST ONE CENT PER playing the black keys too, we would have:
result. Although present membership is rather GALLON LESS in the communities surroundingthe C-C sharp (D flat-D-D sharp (E flat-E-F
small (there are only 56 active members) Gainesville area, such as Archer. -F sharp (G flat-G sharp (A flat-A-A sharp
we have an adequate staff to accomplish our (B flat-B-C.
present alms. However, the work has steadily William B. Harnden, 2UC This gives us twelve notes to work with
Increased and additional student support will Philip S. Levy, 2UC (not counting the top "C").
be needed.In Robert Shipman, 2UC The West African, however, was not used
addition to The Alligator, special acknow- Softs Walker, 4BA to this European musical "system." He had
ledgement is in order for Glenn Smith,WUFT TV Joseph E. Gregory, 1LW his own scales. If he wanted to play one of
news editor, and his associates for the Interest R. M. Hahn, 2UC his songs on the piano he would find that there
they have afforded in SOTS; Mr. Richard Camp- William R. Merwin, 1LW were not enough keys.
bell, Past Director of the Florida Press Association J. A. Blum, 3EG The twelve European notes would not be
and publisher of a Florida newspaper, enough. The West African might find that he
for his editorial advocation of our objectives; Blame it on Gator ? needed three or four black keys between each
the Florida Legislators who have expressed pair of white keys.
Interest In SOTS; and also to the many students EDITOR: Blue tonality resulted as a compromise
who have contributed much-needed time and TO THE RESOLUTION PASSERS: between the two musical systems .-the Europeanand
effort toward the realization of our goals. the West African. In his search for notes
We hope to enlighten Florida citizens of the nt1empn: which were not to be found on European Instruments -
detriment of the trimester system through the I note that again everything evil that happenson the American Negro created the
various news media, in the hope that popular campus Is being blamed on The Alligator. "blues scale:"
public opinion will help secure our goal. It is You say the financial losses and the poor C-D-E flat-E-F-G-A-G flaUB-C.
quite certain that an overwhelming majority of attendance at your events Is due to poor coverage Next week "Jazz Heritage" will continue
students are vehmently opposed to the trimester In The Alligator. Is n't It possible --Just possible the discussion of "Blue Tonality" and featurea
system, since it has been defined as an "enemyof -- that students don't attend simply because they biography of "Leadbelly" by WUFTTV'sDon
true education," Since we, as SOTS, feel don't have time? Don't you think we are feeling Grooms.
that education Is an attempt on the part of the the iron fist of the tri-monster, just a LITTLE?
adult members of a human society to instill What's wrong with printing national news on
their knowledge and beliefs In a subsequent the front page? Personally, I'm so overworked
generation, we feel that the trimester systemis under the trimester that I couldn't attend your Year Of Decision'EDITOR
alien to the purpose that this college was programs if they were announced on the front
founded upon -- and has sought to achieve.It page of the New York Times, the WashingtonPost
is for the above reasons that we would and the Atlanta Journal -- all on the same

again like to thank you for your help.
lay.One more item. If we have to choose who In this year of decision It Is well that we

Frank II. Cofer Jr., 3AS will run The Alligator -- the Florida Union rededicate ourselves to those principles which in
John William Mugan, 3EG Board of Student Activities or Walker Lundy-- dark hours of national trial heartened us and
Richard Shaffer, 3EG I'll vote for Lundy's news judgment above yours brought us hope.
Antonnius Laenen, 3EG everytime. Today the increasing decadence and squalorof
Mickey Chason, 3EG Ed Jones 7AS our cities are horrifyingly obvious Urban
._-- renewal IB, therefore, of ever-lncreaslngslgnlflcance -
on the national scene. We little
ADMINISTRATION VIEWSCompulsory remember, however, those Intrepid pioneerswho
risked all In planting the seeds of this
I movement, and successfully: carried out the first ;

Class Attendance program of federally-sponsored metropolitan *
renewal. This courageous Individual,unmindful $*f;
II of the slander and contumelious barbs hurled :
Dr. Franklin A. Doty Behind whatever regulations or practices at him, persisted, nevertheless, In his thankless :::::
Assistant Dean of Academic AffairsOn prevail on compulsory attendance lies the funda- task, knowing In his heart that his truth was f r
mental concept of the University acting in loco marching on. .fy:

the question of compulsory class parentis. This particular member of the admin In conclusion, let us take this opportunity to :
attendance, it Is not feasible to state that istration feels very strongly that if the parentsof rededicate ourselves to the principles for which: :::
"the administration" has a specific convictionin the 17 and 18 year old students on this campus General Sherman stood: for his qualities of rfr.

the matter or that It feels under the necessityof were polled respecting compulsory attendance, rigor, perceptiveness, foresight, and above all, t:,
enforcing highly restrictive attendance they would In overwhelming numbers expect charity, qualities which led him to blaze his f;
regulations. Decisions in these matters rest this to be the proper role of the University way into the hearts and home of his follow
primarily with the faculty where they shouldbe authorities. It may seem unsophisticated to countrymen. '
many for the University to continue to assume :
located. The statement on absences in the :
this role In the later decades of the 20th Century, r
undergraduate catalog is Intended to protect Mel Grossman Jii
faculty decisions where they feel that compul- but the weight of tradition behind this responsibility Darry D. Carleen f'.J
Is a.i yet too significant for the University .
sory attendance Is a legitimate demand on ::
of the administration to throw It off altogether. As In 1.:
students either because of the nature
many other Issues of a similar nature, the f.:
course or the level of maturity of the students
Involved In it. answer to the question lies more effectivelyin Thanks From Studio rf,J

Where compulsory attendance Is the policyof good judgment, open communication between
and student, and personally responsible
faculty EDITOR
the faculty or the department, the regulations
referred to above also protect the student against behavior patterns, than It does In specific rules Apeda Studio and I per.onaJJy.zpnu.pprh tJ
capricious actions on the part of the faculty.An and regulations or concrete administrative elation for the wonderful cooperation which themembers
orderly procedure of warning must be policy.On of the Seminole Staff have given during fr:j
followed before a student can be removed the campus as large and as cosmopolitan the period In which we photographed studentsfor fa
from because of excessive as this one, there will always be a numberof your .
absences.registration students for whom class attendance Is Interpreted This particular Job assignment has been one t
excused absences as an unnecessary Interference in the of the most enjoyable which I personally haft f:1
The authority for granting :
also rests with the faculty. The Dean of Men pattern of their dally lives. It Is a reasonable ever had In the many years of taking yearbook
take assumption that the number of such studentsIs portraits. ?;I
or Dean of Women In some instances may
relatively quite .small. 11 also reasonable U Is my sincere desire that this will be the f'
of emergency
occasion: to notify a faculty person
situation that has been known to prevent assumption that fairly regular class attendanceis beginning of a long association for the Seminole ..
a student from being at a particular class, one of the purposes of coming to the campus and our Studio. We are looking forward to f::
but the for actually excusing a In the first place and that the overwhelming coming here again next year to one again take ::
student fron prerogative: class attendance: belongs to the number of students find that the Investment of the portraits for your+ annual. f: "
of the course and their time In this activity provides the greatest Judd Bernstein In charge
faculty member
make requests directly to reward and the most efficient means of pursuing Photographer, Aped Studio P.-: ,<,.. r
the should
: *;.
and obtaining their educational objectives. New York :

\0, .

Page 6, The Florida All I igator, Monday, Nov. 9, 1964 Prizes Available



1 For SaleMUST j I' Services ] L. Autos J In Design

____, Prizes totaling $4,575, Including six all-expense paid trips to New
SELL exquisite 1/2 carat LOVE; AND Individual attention 1957 PLYMOUTH 2-dr V-8 FURY York and 36 medals,are to be awarded In the St. Regis Paper Company'ssixth

Marquise-cut diamond ring.Never await your toddler or older pre- hardtop. Radio, heater, stick shift annual collegiate packaging design contest.
been worn. May be seen and appraised schooler for child day care in my In.floor, good tires. A bargain for According to Jack Nichelson, Instructor of advertising and designIn
at Rutherford's. Price home. Student's child please. $10 $350. Call 2-3251 after 6 p.m. the UF Art Department, any student Is eligible to enter the contest,
$600. (A-48-3t-p). per week. Call 372-0972. (M-47- (G-44-tf-c). but he must be sponsored by some department. The department of art
3t-c). or advertising department In the School of Journalism and Communications

SACRIFICE '64 Rallegh, Automatic 1960 4 dr. 88 OLDSMOBILE, may receive cash awards If the winner is from that department.

moped. $100. 376-8655 after MILLER & SONS AUTO PAINTING power steering, power brakes.Excellent Package design Is the art work ___
6OOp.m.A-48-3t-p). SHOP, all cars $29.95 body work. condition. Best offer. Call and designs on boxes of any pro-

We have moved to 1619 S. E. FR 2-9578 after 5:30.G-45-5t-c). duct, Nichelson said. Seventy Sign
VEGA "PETE SEEGER"long neck Hawthorne Road. ALL WORK The contest Is open to studentsof

banjo. Complete rover tuners & GUARANTEED. (M-37-20t-c). '63 DODGE V-8 Station Wagon. all Institutions of higher learn-
hard shell case. Has not been Auto trans. ing in the United States. The
power steering,
played. Must sell. Call Jeff FR ACCURATE TYPING done on an passing gear, transferrable 50,000 contest alms to stimulate InterestIn For FU TourSeventy

2-1549.A-48-3t-p). IBM electric typewriter. Call 2- mile warranty. $2095, after.6 call several areas of packaging design -
2163 after 5 on weekdays and 376-3694. (G-47-tf-nc). and to provide an opportunityfor
'61 RITZ CRAFT TRAILER 50x10. anytime on weekends.(M-48-3t-c). students to acquaint themselveswith students have signed up
$300 and take overpayments$68.04 1964 MG-B; 1961 ALFA ROMEO. the challenges of design as for the Florida Unions Recreation
per month. FR 2-6062.Can be seen GARNER DRAFTING SERVICE. Buy either one or both. Call Bo applied to packaging.This Committee's trip to the John F.
any time at Stengle Field. Leroy lettering, charts, graphical Cook, FR 8-1052 or FR 29363or year's contest will Include Kennedy Space Center and tour of
(A-46-5t-c). delineation, and preparation of data see at Pike house. (G-44- these categories: a design for a the NASA facilities on Nov. 14.
for Ozalld reproduction for thesis tf-c). corrugated shipping container for Two UF buses will transportthe
MAMIYA C-3, like new W/all and dissertations. 372-8008. (M- 24 one-pound packages of food; group, which will leave early
accessories, new model 94 win- 48-5t-c). folding carton design for a soapor Saturday morning and return late
Chester 30-30. 22 single shot 1963 MG-B RED, radio. Only detergent package, a wax paper that night. According to Greg
rifle, matched German hunting RUBY'S ALTERATIONS. Reason- 8,000 miles and in really excellent cutter carton, a cracker carton Seltz, committee chairman, most
knives. Eric Williams, Fletcher able prices, across from Tigert condition $1950 or make offer. and a bag design for either rice, of the students who signed up are
2172, 372-9219. (A-46-3t-p). Hall at 1238 SW 3rd Ave. Phone Must sell. Bob FR 8-1130. (G- corn meal, or cement. from out of state and are pro-
6-8506. (M-48-lt-c). 44-5t-p). According to Nichelson, UF stu- bably planning to make the mostof
18 MONTH OLD sunroof dents usually place rather high In their stay in Florida.

VOLKSWAGEN radio &. heater, WANT TO RACE A SPORTS CAR? 1953 DESOTO, automatic, power the contest which last year had The Recreation Committee is
$1495 or best offer; 12 watt EICHO You can race a Porsche, Jaguar, steering, radio, heater, excellent representation from 283 schools. planning to make this an annual
hi-fi amplifier; POST 9electrical) and many others at the Gainesville shape. Leaving country must sell. Last year UF graduate Jack Stokes event.
slide ruler. Call 372-4991. (A- Minature Raceway. All the $290. Alfredo Roa, Tel. 60554or of Tampa placed in the corrugated
46-3t-c). fun of real racing at a price you 2-0809. (G-46-3t-p). cardboard division of the contest Dorm Leader
can afford. We're open 3:30 to and brought in a $25 savings bond
BEAUTIFUL FULL-LENGTH 11:00 p.m. daily you can watch *-, |.-._|__--j j|| 1-----, ,,n Tn Tm n-n for himself and $25 award to his
-Wedding dress, 1 year-old.several for free. Good prizes awarded to 1964 BUICK SKYLARK 2-dr.sport sponsor, the Art Department."The Luncheon SetA
party dresses, size 5. Call Pat the big winners. Stop by 807 W. coupe, V-6 motor. Blue & white. best year the department
376-3261, Ext. 2172 or after 5:30 University Ave. and race a sportscar. Bucket seats, automatic trans- has ever seen was 1962-63 when luncheon given by the Alumni
378-2668. (A-44-5t-c). mission, white wall tires, seat several students out of a class of Association for 33 men and women
belts, & other extras. Still with 11 placed In this contest, with one active in dorm leadership is scheduled
COMPLETELY FURNISHED 8' factory guarantee. One owner. student winning the second prize for 12:10 p.m. Thursday,
x40' Trailer with 9'x25' Cabana. Phone 372-0571. (G-48-5t-c! ). and bringing in a $250 cash prize In the Blue Room of the Hub,
Air-conditioned, central heat.Nice r r For RentNICE I the department," Nichelson Secretary of Alumni Affairs,

yard. Must see to appreciate. Lot I I said.The Charlie Plumb, reported yes-
Chi 30 Archer Rd. Village. Call UF Art Department has won terday.
ROOM FOR rent In lovely
FR 2-6944. (A-44-5t-c). about $900 In prizes over seven- Invitations have been sent to the
Real EstateSMALL
home to co-ed with car. Full
year period. The money is used dorm leaders and to Student Body
kitchen and living room privileges.
1958 HARLEY-DAVIDSON 165 for materials in the department, President Ken Kennedy and Vice
$40 month. Call FR 2-2726.
excellent condition, dependable per Nichelson added. President Dick Gober.Al .
1617 NW 10th Ter. (B-44-tf-c).
transportation, new battery, new ACREAGE In desirable The first place prize in each Alsobrook, assistant directorof
paint $100. Phone FR 6-2123 after location available 10 miles from of the three categories Includes a Alumni Services will be guest

6 p.m. (A-44.5t-c). Gainesville, South, near lakelarge gold medal, a $250 U.s. Savings speaker at the luncheon Plumb
ROOM in private home for mature trees, exclusive homes in area; Bond, plus a three-day all expense said.
male student or business man. school bus at door. FR 2-0328. paid trip for the winner and his Plumb said a study has begunby
I L WantedFEMALE f Private entrance; off street park- (1.37-20t-c). art professor to the company's the office of the Secretaryof

Ing. Call FR 65360. (B-48-3t-c). SANTA FE RIVER WATERFRONTLOTS award ceremonies In New York. Alumni Affairs in cooperation
The department will receive $500In with the department of psychologyto
cash. obtain a professional of
to share house near campus. Call down payment & terms to suit studey
Second place winners receive student apathy to the UF after
2-2802 after 5 p.m. (C-47-2t-c). the buyer. Free camping, hunting,
NICE ROOM FOR MALE student, fishing, & clear water for skin $100 in Savings Bonds and the graduation. Plumb said the results;
ONE MALE to share house trailer 2 blocks off campus. Kitchen and diving. Easy terms financed by institution, $250; third place, $50 of the study will be submitted to
living room available. $25 Bond and the school, $150; fourth the Student-Alumni Committee.
in Archer Rd. Village. Private per owner. Call Ira L. McCormick
bedroom, fully furnished, quiet month. Call FR 2-2726. 304 NW 462-1735, Rt. 1 Box 94, Alachua. plac $50 Bond and the department ..
location. Call 6-5855 after 4 p.m. 15th Street. (B-44-tf-c). (I-48-lt-c). $50. KISER'S

BY OWNER: leaving area. Your Student Earns OFFICE EQUIPMENT

2 FEMALE ROOMMATES. choice of 3 good duplex with their
2 bedroom house in nice location. I L PersonalNEED I incomes established. Also 2 br., $500 AwardRobert USED DESKS
Call FR 2-4955 or FR 6-1435 2 bath home on'cowpens lake & CHAIRS

after 5 p.m. (C-48-2t-c). 4 br. 2 bath home at 225 NW F. Santamaria, a seniorIn
26 St. Call John Dllllon FR 2- TYPEWRITERS
$$$$? A few hours of your the School of Building Construction -
N! pare time each week will bring .(1-48-Zt-c). is the recipient of a $500 Portables, Manuals,

you $200 to $400 cash betweennow scholarship from the National Association Electrics:
and Xmas. Call 376-1480 for of Home Builders, according -
interview appointment. (J-48- to Loys A.Johnson,chair
) H..11..R.d H.N PStJ1// GatoQ
3t-c). man of the building construction
Open 6:30 See Both ADS department.The DEALER

Show 7:00 Late as 9:30 SEMI.rii. presentation was made at

NOWI I 2 SMASH HITS I it PVV>JUKI 0 kLxL ivNCC.. the American Convention of RENTALS
(It p&Uuiu lUi vvt :hsat'1tjn,,.. Florida Home Builders Associa- Expert Repairs
tion at the Americana Hotel on
I 't I II I Miami Beach. The award was 604 N. Main St.

YDUNBBlflODHAWKE I r 1 ( 1iii I made at the Installations and AwardBanquet Phone 2-9607

BUT j --- .

J I fU( !. IIIEPIE1E'G flll J THE I NorthwesternInsurance MUtl/al

2nd Loff Fit> 9:30 Life Co
l0i..rcnw =Z'h

r ,i.JI BURS N

M 1111I PEI IS r V

START FRIDAY y .. Jim Special H. DowUncJr.Agent INSURED SAVINGS .

t3EC'KET. 1105 W. Univ. Aft. MORTGAGE *
AM tua.ionM NT!nc Erases I auon PAMAVBJON TLQINcOLOI'A.w.WOIJ Rm. 206 Stcu. Bldg. *


---- .
-- --- -,


.. Monday, Nov. 9, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 7

Took"It Two Touchdowns To Win Game"That

will take two touchdowns to "we made more - - -
ball one In the Georgia defensive Hue put on was poor Judgement on my weeks with a knee injury Graves
win the game. quarter than we've
This was Coach Ray Graves' year." made all Florida quarterback Steve part," said Graves. "We should nald. of his 168 pound linebacker.
Spurrier. Spurrier had to rush have gone for the yardage.thought
in the
earlier week as 'If
prediction you keep giving them the ball
several of his
passes and had two there was about two yards to
the Gators prepared to meet the they're bound to score sometime," Intercepted."We go Graham Mckee J, sophomore
Georgia Bulldogs in the Gator Graves said. The Gators fumbled Just couldn't get the big and there was only one. fullback, was also hobbled in the

Bowl. six times and lost four. offensive play this week," said game, but Graves said he didn't
In a quiet Gator lockerroom the Florida coach. "If we could have scored then, think the Injury was serious

| Saturday the Florida coach quietly "Our offense wasn't up to par However, Graves said he wasn't it might have been a different ball The Florida coach said his team
admitted his prediction had been and our defense was overworked," trying to take anything away from game," said the Florida coach. would take a break from practice
correct. said the Florida coach. "Georgia's effort." Jack Card was the only Florida now until Tuesday when the Gators

"We Just played a poor ball "Besides this, Georgia was Justas "They capitalized on our mis- player seriously Injured In would start to prepare for Florida
game," said Graves. "We didn't good as we thought they would takes like any good team,"he said. the game, according to Graves. State who beat the Bulldogs earlier
play good enough to win." be. Both their quarterbacks ran The Gator coach said the turning "Card will be out three or four in the year 17 to 14.

the option well and they did an point In the game might have beenIn
"You can't make as many mistakes all round "
Job on defense, Graves the second quarter when the
I did and still win "
as we said.
Gators went for a field goal and IN THE WHIRLPOOL. ..00c
the Gator coach said. Graves also cited the rush which failed.

I rBama Clinches SEC TitleAlabama's (?. o.f" .

Crimson Tide, :22-21; Mississippi outclassed fourth quarter deficit. LSU end
clinched the Southeastern Con- Tampa 36-O; Miami topped Tulane Doug Moreau caught a 13-yard
ference (SEC) Championship witha 20-0; and Auburn nipped Missi- pass from quarterback Billy Ezell "
17-9 thrashing of Louisiana State.In ssippi State 12-3. and kicked a 35-yard field goal
other action, Tennessee Halfback Hudson Harris and to provide all of the Tigers' scor- DRUCE DUDLEY
surprised Georgia Tech 22-14; specialist David Ray combined to ing. Sports Editor
Kentucky outlasted Vanderbilt lead the Tide back from a 9-7

Ray kicked a 37 yard field goal OHOOO GATORS.
to put Alabama ahead 10-9.Harris This is what was printed on the sign outside Jerry's Restaurantlast
CITY AUTOMATIC Intercepted a LSU pass from Pat night after the Georgia-Florida football match, and It probably.
Screen on the LSU 40-yard line, summed up the feelings of all Florida football fans.
TRANSMISSION INC. and romped over for the final The season was finally here?
tally. With 30 seconds left in There were hopes for the best-ever season In Gator history.
the game, Ray Intercepted an Ezell There was talk of the Orange', Sugar or Cotton Bowl. Now maybe even
1409 S. Main St. Ph. 372-5196 pass on the Alabama goal line the Gator Bowl is eliminated.

to preserve the victory. The Ala- There was that hope for a high place in the Southeastern Conference.
bama defense held LSU scoreless There was but there isn't anymore.
Specializing in Transmissions Only the last half. Alabama's record L' Every great team has a bad day and Florida had its Saturday as
8-0. Georgia gained its first victory over a team coached by Ray Graves.It .
was Georgia day in Jacksonville.
All Work Guaranteed 011000 GATORS

Tennis TeamsTo Florida went into the game Saturday having only lost three fumbles
in seven games. The Gators lost four tumbles to the Bulldogs and
Free Pickup & Delivery .,, also had two passes intercepted.
Organize Georgia simply played good football and took advantage of the Gators'

mistakes. "_"_ ._ _
Free Estimates
Certainly the Gators wanted to win but they just couldn't Jell offensively -
Bill Potter Florida tennis
In the second half against the Bulldogs and that was the differenceas
coach, has announced a meeting of the Florida defense played most of the second half without a rest.
10 Per Cent Discount to All all Interested in freshmen
men But the shock of Georgia Is over aAd best Florida's football team
tennis teams to meet
Florida Students Showing )'s or varsity and tans get back on the band wagon so they aren't shocked again in
tomorrow at 4:30 p.m.In Room 208 Tallahassee. .
of the Florida Gym.
011000 GATORS.
& Florida State beat Georgia.
The Seminoles might not of deserved the victory over Vince Dooley's
squad, but the score was still)) in favor of FSU.
Engineering & Science Coach Ray Graves has never lost to Florida State either let's hope

Degree Candidates (BS, MS, PhD) this won't be the first year.
One shock like the Georgia game should be enough for the Gators,
and with the Florida backfield back in top physical shape for the Journeyin

Who Provides Range Support Fort Tallahassee- Sammy Ssmlnole better beware.
Florida's team and fans will be burning bad after the shock at
Jacksonville and the Seml.x>les might be the victims of this burn.
However, Florida State Isn't going to sit back and let Florida make
. mistakes like the Gators did against Georgia and still win.
If mistakes continue to pile up, that sign will still reads



APOLLO, IMP, MOL/GEMINI B, for goodgrooming


BIOS, GEMINI, TRANSIT, VELA HOTEL, ETC., ETC? No matter how you like your hair cut,

.Pan Am long I
& : ,

For the space-minded engineer and ment, systems engineering; facilities ID between
scientist, Pan Am is the place to engineering, or base/down or ,
fain broad exposure to the entire range operations,you'll find an ex- ..
technology. Here at the contributing to UNION
tape, Profestlonals" of this continually growing, ever- theFLA.. will do It PrfccryBasement | .
discipline .
'v ry plan! engineer,and changing technology.CAMPUS BARBER SHOP
direct operation of the complex instrumentation -
systems and facilities INTERVIEWS
to rapport our nation's space
and missile programs (over 40 distinct Man. 4 TII...-Nov. 1617Armg of Fla. Union. Open 8-5 pm M-F
programs scheduled in the
next five yean). *mm mmmelmtmimmt whit nisi 8-12 pm Sat.
It your interest and ability is in ,.te.Mt*.r Dlnttof *.*. Or .", .
range planning range develop ,. mUmsgtr ./ C.//.?. *."



RANGE DIVISIONPAN ....., 5 Licensed '


AM Ea u ai Opportunity C/nply/ .r On Free Haircut Given DallyIt


,. "'.

8, The Florida Alligator, Monday, Nov. 9, 1964

\ 1M1'w 1 r XWl

A ,,7 '.'r

; S

1 c & frw1
n r ; 'hr, L y a '


wa ,,.



L arr


+ fa

FRED BARBER grabs ball and starts run for first Bulldog touchdown. ALLEN TRAMMELL stops Barber but all in vain as Georgia back

I (Photo by Sam Johnston) plunges into the end zone. (Photo by Sam Johnston) I

\ __ __u h_ _n"___ .._


f if


J Jt t r

as t



4 t





Iv LONE SCORE for the Gatorsis madeas
; "
._ _.. .. Dupree makes it into the end zone
--; ----- -------""-" -----"--- ----------- ----
standing up. (Photo by Sam Johnston)

I LARRY DUPREE turns on speed towards Georgia end zone in second quarter.

I I Soccer Club Shut Out I.

ERNIE LITZ club was "outplayed, coached
4r aJ
t1 5 "
Intramurals Editor and outeverythlnged.
The overall UF Club record
The University of Florida Soccer now shows only seven defeats In
club was shut out for the first timeIn 11 years. The record Is 89-7-6.
61 games Saturday as they were
upended by the St. Petersburg St. Petersburg Coach Job Hart-
Soccer Club here, 4-0. man replied "It was nice to redeem
It was the first time that the ourselves after our 14-1 loss last
St. Petersburg club has ever beaten year."
the Gators p"d only the second First score In the contest came'on
; :
defeat eves uffered on Fleming a score by Bill Owens after
'H P
Field. 3:39 of the first half. Second score
Soccer club Coach, Alan C. to cross the goal line came Just
Moore, of the Required Physical two minutes before the half by
Education Dept., said the Gator Fred Casey.

4 Sigma Nu-Beta Theta Pi

I 1! ;
II.I. : Thl Football Game
ti. -- PostponedThe

i.I i. k: Sigma Nu vs. Beta Theta of men In both fraternities resulted -
,,,-,.,,,,-,_ .._'_ ____M.....-- ____ ____ ___.n _____ .. Pi football game In the in- in the game being postponed -
tratnural's Orange League unt11Thunda1.
scheduled for this afternoon, hast Alex Bruscino and Lloyd Ball,
GRAHAM MCKEEL finds running the hard way against tough Bulldog defense. >eeu called oft and rescheduled both starters on the Beta team
(Photo by Bob Ellison) for Thursday afternoon and Warren Smith Sigma Na
The Sigma Nus and Betas were pledge, were killed In an auto-
scheduled for round robin play mobile accident Friday night.(SeePage
today but deaths over the weekend 1 tor death ..tol'1JPage