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.. 57, No. 50 University of FloridaGainesville Wednesday, Nov. 11 1964

'THE DEEP SOUTH'S FINEST COLLEGE DAILY"

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I \,( ,Before., :, Kennedy Vetoes 'Gator Bill Ii

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ROGERS Alligator to print minutes of coun-
Staff Writer cil meetings.The
Student Body (SG) President Ken
Kennedy vetoed the Legislative
Legislative Council last night after
Council bill requiring The Alligator -
sion
resolved to take no immediate action -
to publish minutes of coun-
council
to override Student Body
President, Ken Kennedy's veto of mittee cil meetings.
Kennedy made the announcement
the bill which would require The its a
Kenn to the legislative; council last night
through a prepared statement.
4 In vetoing The Alligator bill,

And After gator the student body president asked
which that "the bill be tabled or killed

SmithTo and the t until after leaders of the council
George lose." KENNEDY and editors of The Alligator sit
He down with me (Kennedy) and talk
council through this matter.
'Become'Mark brought Kennedy said he has several
existing Rep suggestions and "concrete propo-
sals" to make at that time lie
TwainWearing feels this meeting personnel will I
"lead" to a more effective solutionto ,

the problem of communicating
a white linen suit,white tive
Legislative Council activities to
wig and cigar-stained moustache,
the student than the
Dr. George William Smith will The for the Obliteration of the body required
"become" Mark Twain on Thurs- System (SOTS) an- publication of its minutes."

day at 8:15 p.m. in the University "If that It has cho- Alligator editor-in-chief Walker I
Lundy said he was glad Kennedy
Auditorium. I Bowman, member of
Smith will lean on a lecturn and ..C) is not Epsilon fraternity, as vetoed the bill.

present verbatim episodes andex- not get official fraternity repre- "I think ha finally realized the
cerpts from such works as "The according to SOTS Chief real nature of it," Lundy said.
"Roughing It," "Tom Sawyer M lack of Mickey Chason. Wf" will be glad to sit down
Abroad," "The Adventures of the 'do said Bowman volunteer and talk to anybody, anytime, on
Huckleberry Finn," Literary service late last night any subject," Lundy said
Essays." Smith's performance so great to the position commenting on Kennedy's suggestion -
resembles Twain's 1905 lecturesthat by the Executive to mediate differences.In .
an elderly lady who heard for the society. the statement, Kennedy said
Twain in person thought Smith was been reajly was enthused the bill Is "not wholly without

"the old gentleman himself, rein- 4' ... work In this area," merit nor has Alligator coverage
carnated." llir'a "It looks like he'll been completely adequate."
With an academic background as the a good job."
Professor of Speech, Radio, and Blain founded Oct. 26 Kennedy went on wun a "'not
Television at McCormick Semi- "The to The Alligator exhaustive" list of criticisms included -
nary and a theatrical backgroundas method five students' dlscon- In the statement.
the leading character+ in more can get the present trimester Kennedy continued: "The Alligator \
than 175 plays,Smith has presentedthe their the first organized pro like the Legislative Council
Twain lectures over 100 times cil are the system and has and other arms of SG are human
during the past five years. he to a membership of Institutions and Imperfect by their ;
Explaining the popularity of the 1 students In three Florida very nature. As student !
lectures, Smith says, "Twain's floor according to SOTS institutions, they are also learning -
humor Is modern.You'd think Jokes Frank Cofer Jr. experiences. Both Legislative
I dating back to 1905 would be corny, allow '. appointment is one of Council and The Alligator serve
but they're right up to date. Audi- cooler of posts named by SOTS, vital functions to the student bodyat
ences usually laugh, then applaud Blain, "He will be In charge the UF, but both are vulnerable t
t because they're so surprised." former pro1 :'Active members to criticism.

l A spokesman for Hastings Col- think .,*. enlisting their
lege attributes the program's suc- time to against the tri- "Neither can, nor should even t
cess' to Smith's "Integration of GEORGE SMITH ( he said. attempt to 'play God' with each

an understanding of Twain humor ..' '-.u.u.'.eo......1..,,.,._._u.uu_._'_'_' ............... fur H'''.''',llrrl'.''.Jr._... other nor the student body.
and an artistic excellence which [f rr..:is::.:.:::iii: :::::..:iiii: :; ::..i r.:'i::i::::rr'ii.rfr.::%:::::: r f::: : : :;: : : ::: r rrr/r/;: rrirr: [fr..rrr.;;:??i J "The Legislative Council and
had our student body alternately 4 rYf%f The Alligator are engaged' In a
spellbound and rocking with :IvX::::: ::: battle from which there can emergeno
laughter." m tB e h- victor. Both are essential Institutions
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In preparation for the lectures, >:>: to this campus: yet both
Smith studied all Twain's available ;:.;.' stand to lose prestige and, consequently -
: "It was pretty bad! I think I would The ransom went
and read 40 books effectiveness from this
works about
:;: gone crazy if I had to stay there drive.
about the famous author The performer fight.
::::: longer. la pretty fast,
"Most Importantly the student
it takes him an hour
says
?:$ 'ibis" how Gator football star money.
body stands to lose. 1
and a half to dress for the routine described his two-boor
Spurrier stay he knew nothing ,
"The Legislative council can
and three months to memorize an Gainesville until he
Jail. stunt
:; City [
this bill
hoar's worth of material. by overriding my veto on
The Florida r
::: quarterback was Friday morning.
technically wto a victory, but ipso
Tickets for "An Evening with i by West Jennings dormitory residents F for a little while," r
Mark Twain" may be purchased doing It will, la my opinion,greatly
::f and held for $100 ransom. experience. The
at the Service Booth from 1-5 Increase the probability of losing
The extra dollar main office for
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ransom plus one 4
the war U its purpose Is Increased -
through Thursday in
p.m. f raised by Friday afternoon and .
Room 313 Florida Union, and at communication with the
the program., !rri $%rrfiiiriIJIlrfriiii rrr : f%% t1.J$ t student body."






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Analysis SGE Presents Hawaiian Slides Pledges TappedLast GSE OfficersGamma


Phi Alpha Theta,the National Sigma Gamma Epsilon, the TRAVELOG-Hawaii, U.S.A. night, Parvae Sorores Sigma EPSilon,
Honorary History fraternity Honorary Earth Science fra- will be the topic of the For- Annexls tapped two new honorary chemistry fraternity -
will present Dr. Lyle N. ternity, will present Dr. Daid estry Club meeting at 7 p.m., pledges. They are Natalie Za- fraternity, elected the
McAllister, director of the Alt, assistant professor in the Nov. 12, in Room 2 of Mc- doff, Alpha Epsilon Phi, and following officers for the
Center for Latin American Department of Geology, at 8 Carty Hall. Professor S.N. Linda Klein Delta Delta Delta. school year:
Studies, tonight at 7 p.m. In p.m., Nov. 12, In Room 124 Edson of the Soils Depart- President, Joe Williams;
room 116 of the Florida Union. of Floyd Hall. ment will present slides taken secretary, Al Kober; Treasurer -
Dr. McAllister will presentan Dr. Alt will lecture on this summer In Hawaii. PreMed"Dr. Steve Frazier; Herald,
analysis of the historical "Evolution of The Florida Harold Fisher and Sergeantat
methods and techniques used Landscape." George T. lewis, Arms, Rodney Myers.
in a specific research pro- Math TalkThe chairman of the Committee on
blem in history, namely, Admissions at the Universityof Florida PlayersFlorida
"Military RecruitmentSocial Frolics TicketsTickets Math Club is sponsoring Miami Medical School, will
Structure and Revolution In a talk by Dr. Foul is entitled be on campus Nov. 12 through Players have begun
Mexico, 1800-1821." for Fall Frolics are "Lattices and Logl" Nov. 16 to interview any stu- rehearsal for their second
r now on sale at the Information tonight at 7:30 in Room 209 dents who have applied or who production, "She Stoops to
booth across from the hub. Walker Hall. Dr. Foulis Is a are interested in applying to Conquer," Dr. R. Henry, director -
GOP MeetsThere The presentation Is Nov. 13 highly respected member of the University of Miami Medical said.
at 8 p.m. in the gym. Tic- the University of Florida math School. Appointmentsshould An 18th century English
kets are $1.75 per person and department and an excellent be made at the Pre- comedy, the play will be per-
will be a Young Republicans $3.50 per couple. There is speaker. Refreshments will be Professional Counseling formed Dec. 2-6, at 8 p.m.
meeting Nov.12 at a limited number left. served at the meeting. Office, 107 Anderson Hall." In Norman Hall Auditorium.
8:30 In the Florida Union,
Room 116. Anyone interestedin
puoncuy, program plan-
ning, committee work, and
politics is Invited.Lectures EXCLUSIVELY 7 ,


GivenThe YOURS AT
VJUIVlIy

Inter-Varsity Christian
Fellowship has organized a Cosmetic Shop

series of lectures to be given .' \:( : Street Flo.r
by Dr. Akbar Abdul Haqq. /, "'"
Today Dr. Haqq will speak
at the Presbyterian Univer- .
sity Center from 12 to 1:30
on "The Meaning and Rele-
vance of the Work of Christ
for Us Tod.y" and from 7
to 8:30 p.m. on "Is Christ- :.:.'1 :
ianity Credible?" At 9:30 In
Hume Hall he will lecture 9r ra + 1r b'':, ,
again on "Christianity) Intel- 'r
lectual Suicide?"
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Host Program

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The Florida Union Interna- :. ,
tional Host Committee look-
Ing for students who would f h
like to participate In the new

International Host Program. ..; ,
According to Nancy Weinberg .1
chairman committee .t
U.s. "hosts" will help : ; t .. I.
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Individual new foreign students .,. -B&*r*$*A I'MVI* *'Ilw.lr !p"J 2 2'*4-* .
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to become oriented to :
the campus. Further Informa-
tion and applications are available :,;.JJ.
In Room 313 of the 'I.
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Wednesday, Nov. 11 1964 The Florida Alligator" ?, Page 3 II

[ Fair I



Plans UnderwayAlthough Barry's UF Backers I


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the annual Engineering Fair Is nearly four months away, May Reorganize
plans are under way for the 3-day show.
The Engineering Fair, sponsored by the Benton Engineering Council -
Students for Goldwater on the than the Democrats. be explained to the people, and
March 12, 13 and 14, will probably draw a crowd of 70,000 or 80,000
this University of Florida campus will Leon sighted Pinellas County In he hoped the Student Group for
year, according to Bill A. Slippy of the council
probably reorganize and try for Florida as a strong republican Goldwater would help do this.
"Emphasis will be on research and development In Industry and
'68 according to Lionel 0. Leon, county voting for Johnson. Leon The older people of Florida
on the of research done
campus. We are hoping for a larger display
on the campus," said Slippy. president of Students for explained that these liberal republicans were cited by Leon as a group
Goldwater. "turning their backs on which needs education In conser-
Every non-Industrial group taking part In the displays gets moneyto
Goldwater" was a major factor In vatism. The fear Goldwater would
help defray the cost. Industries pay for exhibit space.
Leon said ,that the RepublicansIn his defeat. take away their social security
cent of the
Fifty per displays will be sponsored by Industry.
the United The president of the Goldwater caused them to vote for Johnson.
States was more of
"This year, added Slippy, "we are trying to encourage high school
said that conservatism must The older citizens and the
students to participate. This way a cause of defeat to Goldwater group
farmers two main
wee
we hope to bring more of the top groups
which Leon thought threw Floridato
high school students Into UF."
Alumni AicTDollars'Alumni Johnson.
Prizes go to the better exhibits, "Farmers were afraid they
but each non-Industrial exhibit that might have to go to work," said
enters gets $25 for participating. Leon, "u Goldwater won."
What have the alumni done about Scholarship Program),and able for these loans. The UF Is Leon added that the electionwas

"We are hoping to get the Na- Dollars for Scholars? Increased library acquisitions of one of the leading schools In the a disappointment, but he Is
tional Aeronautics and Space "Plenty," according to Bill A. rare books. country to take advantage of the not discouraged by the vote.
Administration (NASA) to parti- Fleming, executive secretary of "Under the CLASP program," program made possible by the National Leon said Goldwater made a good
cipate this year," said Slippy. the Alumni Association, "and Fleming said, "our alumni clubs Defense Act of 1958. showing for the first real conservative -
we're real proud of the effort being will be able to offer tuition scholar- to run for president. Leon

made by the students." ship awards to entering freshmenon explained that 39 per cent of the
While the students have now the basis of their scholasticand vote
YOU was a fairly good amount
raised $21,000for964theAlumni leadership qualifications. We Brady Attends for a conservative candidate who
Association has budgeted between hope to give 50 of these scholar- made "no bones" about being one.

and $40,000 of its Alumni ships this year," be added. '_ ',',',','_'_'. '.'_'" .,u..H..__....__.._..._...
$30,000 ';';';"';';';';"';';';':;' :';':';':':;';';;:;:';';';' :';';';';';':
Loyalty Fund collections for "We're happy to see the students Conferences ] 1

PRoF Dollars for Scholars. take such an active Interest In the I 11 Harriers In 1:.:
p "Dollars for Scholars has been Dollars for Scholars project this Continuing education and status

4 a 4 one of the major projects of the year," Fleming said. "This Is the of women are the themes for two | Car Accident ;
Qa Alumni Association since 1958," second time since 1958.59 that students conferences whih Dean of Women
a at i Fleming reported. "Since that have made such an energetic Marna V. Brady will attend this ;*
? Q 0 time, the association has contri- effort for the Dollars for Scholars week In Tallahassee. :ij::.;'. KISSIMMEE (Special) -- :.:::.
buted well over$118,000 to the pro project and Chairman Bill McBride Tomorrow Dean Brady will jj::|: Four members of the UF :
--- -- ject," he continued."In Is to be congratulated for his attend the first meeting of the :::: cross-country team and the :
fact," Fleming said, leadership." Florida Commission on the Status ii|:: coach, Walter Rwelsch, were :::
"Dollars for Scholars originatedas Since Dollars for Scholarswas of Women, which was set up last i-ii:;: Injured early yesterday morning ;:y
a Joint project of the studentsand begun, over 6,000 loans have June by Gov. Farris Bryant to ::: when their car blew a tire :g:
and a the alumni, and It Is a project been made to students. More than deal with various problems affect ,:::; and flipped over on the Sun- ':::
which our alumni are most $2,000,000 has been made avail- ing women on the state level. ::;::::| shine Parkway. : :
GATOR AD Interested in." Dean Brady said that this first :::|!:| Rwelsch was taken to the ::::
The Alumni Association, meeting would be largely organizational ':|:::| St. Cloud Hospital with a bro- :c..j :.
could makebeautiful according to Fleming, has con- Pool WinnersGo but added that the commission :.j:|| ken arm and a dislocated right :r:
musicTOGETHER tributed an average of $27,000 hopes to aid women "In using :::} elbow but waa reported to be : I
each year to the project. To TourneyJohn their fullest potential" and to becoming ::;: all right late last night :;:
This year, Dollars for ScholarsIs "an Integral part of so- :::::; Also Injured waa Pat Sheppard ::::;
again one of three main pro- Kirkland and ArmandoJaen ciety' by studying their problemsIn :::::; with facial Injuries and a ti.::

Call Univ. Ex. 2832 jects of the association. Others who won the UF pocket such fields as education, em- ::)::?:; sprained back. Listed with ::
Include SLASP (Coordinated Local billiard and three cushins billiard ployment, business, labor, jobcounselling :;::; minor injuries were John Klv- ::
- -- and and :: epelto, John Van Graham, and
tournaments, respectively, will training, political ;,
State Employes Have Found represent the university at the Region and civil rights. :;:::Gary Mahla. All four were c%
6 billiard tournament at Flor- Friday, she will attend a second :$: treated and released at the ::
Solution To ProblemYes ida State University Feb. 23-27. conference at Florida State Uni- :::::: same hospital. :::
versity on the subject of continuing 1ir i1
|;| Mahla was driving the car :
for those problems where travel expense checks are The regional tournament Is education for women. Dean Brady ::: on the way back from a week '::
delayed or monthly pay check is late, Marlon Finance has helped sponsored by the Association of said that many women who want to :::f end meet against the Unlverjij ,1:.
numbers of State and government employees to solve their financial College Unions. continue their education which waa :''city of Miami, which the UFj :
bind, until payday. A $50 loan for 30 days costs only 150. Kirkland and Jaen, who won the Interrupted by marriage or :j: team won. ; ::

Other loans up to $600. Florida Union Recreation Commit financial difficulties or who needto :r:: The rest of the team was i ify S'
tee-sponsored tournament In Oct-
take refresher courses traveling In another car but i
MARION Finance Co. ober, will be allowed to practicefree
for teaching are presently unableto f waa not Involved In the accl- <#
222 N. University Ave. FR J-5333 on the FU Game Room tables
do so because of Inadequate ;; dent :

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died at Bunker Hill. Grapeshot tore through my body at New
Orleans. Crushing hooves with riders as swirls of blue and
grey --- and red _-- crashed down upon me in strange sounding
places like Chickamauga, Antietam and Shiloh.
The heat and swamp sucked at my last moments in the wildsof
Cuba. A green fog of poisonous gas slithered over the side 3
and Into my trench, where water stood, mixed with slime and
blood.
I lay face down in fetid pools, clogged with jungle vines, felt
the hot sands of Africa burning through my back, lay with cold
cheek against wet beachsand, and fell from gingerbread doorwaysinto
cobblestone streets.

Snow clung to my lashes and ice formed at the corners of my
mouth as a tiny wisp of steam wafted from the cold attackingthe
crimson flow of life out of my ears and stomach.
I felt the jagged pain of bamboo beneath the water tearingat -
my flesh as I fell forward.
I fought and died when I didn't know why. I was killed before APODOSIS
being old enough to vote. I never knew the pleasure of savoringthe
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memories that come with old age. I left mothers, fathers,
Firm ResoluteRICK
wives and children to weep after me. I lay where names and OOOCK Stands ,
landscapes and faces were all foreign to me. To this day, no one
r knows the place where the earth swallowed me. SCHUSTERThe
I was called wop, gringo, nigger, dago, epic, kike and mlc. I on tap? And why, do most of the beer hangouts
was tall and short and thin and heavy and young and old and happy beer joints of Gainesville are nice placesto have those frat plaques morbidly arranged in
and sad. I was a shop foreman, an insurance agent, a writer, an sit around In. Whether you intend to get some way? Granted my thought process was not
orange picker and the head of a grocery chain stretching from maudlin over a pitcher and a pickled egg or profound, but who wanted to be profound after
Baltimore to St. Louis. merely drink tall or short draughts while the Georgia half of the football game?

the avoiding responsibility, the beer joints are fun. Then the simian came back. He fell onto the
I lived around the corner, up the street, over garage ..
Well, last Saturday, -. stool next to me and slapped his hand down on
across the tracks, on the hill and out of a suitcase.
there I was sitting InSam's, the bar, cutting himself badly on the remains of
I came from college campuses, factories, new car agenciesand
Broadway. irritating my ulcer with my beer glass. He started to bleed profusely,

I died that FREEDOM would remain, that LIBERTY would not good brew, contemplatingthe and speak slowly. What the conversation, "if It
perish, that women and children would be free from terror, arrangement of frat can be called that, came down to was that he
plaques behind the bar as wanted to be tapped Into OOOCK(Orange OriginalOn
would be
that my home would be safe, that an Idea proved right,
that my friend might live, that people back home could make over- compared to thetratplaquearrangements Campus Key). It seems he Is running for the
time in the plants and a sagging economy might be helped. all the other presidency of his frat house tonight, and wanted
Sometimes I served my country, sometimes my ideals and joints had, when this guy the prestige of OOOCK before the election. He
staggers beside me. He insisted he did not "sweat"
sometimes my own ego. But I SERVED. up -- the prime
I was an American fighting man. slapped me on the back, qualification. He insisted so hard, he almost
and sent my glass smashing started to cry, but controlled himself after three
Today, you will pause for a few moments to think on these Into a Michelob tap. Trying SCHUSTER tears. He offered me dinner at the house. He
things. And you will be able to think and speak .and hard to restrain myself, I calmly licked my offered me space In his frat's new humor
publish whatever you want because I gave the VERY most I fingers and turned to see who had greeted me. magazine. I humored him, and started to edge
had my very all. I caught a good glimpse of a leering, looming, my way out, as his gesturing hand started to
Veterans of wars have come home, knowing my pain, my tears bloodshot hulk. .he belched. Before he could splash blood onto my sweatshirt.As .
and the sickness of soul for the waste of human life. say anything, he was called back to his pinball a result, sports fans, I want you all to
And yet, the giving of my life was not wasted, and perhaps game. This poor mass of a human being, who know this: OOOCK will never compromise;
somehow, In some way, men will do something---I don't know was seemingly trying to preserve his brain by will never be able to be bought as a path to
what -to end my dying. pickling it while he was still alive, reeled power. OOOCK stands firm, and resolute. AndI
My death has extended the time given to you to do that something. around, and slammed into the pinball machine especially want all you frat-men out thereto
After the next war, there may be no veterans. with such force, it tilted. rest assured, that neither OOOCK nor this
VETERANS' DAY, 1964 Since I decided it served him right, I turnedto column would dare to presume to interfere
the contemplation of the taps in front of me. with your private elections. (Isn't that nice of
Why, I asked myself, can you only get Michelob me?)

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Food Service HelpedEDITOR 'Flagrant Disregard'EDITOR

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Served by United Press International As chairman (ex-chairman, I might wearily RE: Letter to the Editor of 11-9-64, titled
add) of Broward's project for "Dollars For "Year Of Decision"It
Scholars," I would publicly like to extend my is not so much your editing function whichwe

Editor .. .. ..... ... .. ..... .. ... ....... ... .. .Walker Lundy thanks to Food Service for their tremendous object to. It is, rather, your apparent
Managing Editor ....... ... .. ... .. .. ... .. .. ... .Joel Gaston effort in making Broward's project a success. Insensitivity to language, obtusness to thoughtand
Assistant Managing Editor ... ..... .. ......Nancy Brachey Although It was a strain on their busy bake flagrant disregard of grammatical convention
Assistant Managing Editor .. ..... ... .......Dave Berkowlti shop schedule (as we ordered and ;old 900 (even when submitted) that annoys us.
Editorial Page Editor ... .......... .. .. .... .. ...Ed Barber dozen cookies and brownies), Mr. Wellborn Not being native Southerners we should
Sports Editor ... ................. .. ..... .. Bruce Dudley and Mrs. Madden, wanting to help support gratefully appreciate your Informing us as to
"Dollars For Scholars made what other "The Deep
City Editor ... .................. ......... ....Skip Havlser for arrangements schools you include In
us to have everything deliciously baked South."
and delivered on schedule. It was a pleasure

Editorial Assistants -Jim Caatello,Ann Carter,Don Federman. to work with such a co-operative team who were M. Grossman
Donlta Mathison, Tova Levine Sam Ullman, Ernio Litz (Circulation sincerely Interested in the students and their Barry Carleen
project.
Manage r"SUnKulp(Cartoonist), Ron Spencer Gary Swallow.

Besides Just thanking Food Service, perhaps, Why Not Tickets?
.
i Reporters PatU Pita (Student Government Beat Chief), Joe my other (and main) motive for voicing my
. Kollln Bob Golub, Joe Waldorf, Sharon Kelley, Yvette Cardozo, thanks openly is that too often we, as a student EDITOR:
Frank Shepard Lee Alexander, Agnes Fowles, Thelma Mossman, body, only hear of complaints concerning Food
Marjorie Green, Evan Langbein, David Kennedy, Terry Rogers, Service and label it as some sort of institution As a third year student here I would like
Susie Halback Jeffrey Denkewalter, Dick Dennis Beverly Faber, set up for the purpose of irritating the students. to know why students are not given noticeas
Dick Schneider, Greg Seltz, Sue Dobbie. In my experience with them for this project I to when FSCW game tickets will be on sale.
found Mr. Wellborn and thestaftmosttnterested The than
game Is becoming more a spectacle
1 in
the students
on this
campus and wanting to homecoming, and I think more students are

THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaperof help acknowledgemen In everyway.possible.to Food This letter Is a unique beginning to feel that way as far as school

the University of Florida and is published five times weekly for their participation in Service appreciation spirit and anticipation are concerned.This .
except during May, June and July when It Is published semi- help contribute to "Dollars allowing Broward to letter might serve to show that If more
weekly. Only editorials represent the official opinion of The Thank you! For Scholars." tickets were available I guarantee that at least
Alligator Columns represent only the opinions of their authors. five or six thousand more students would fl(ht
The'Alligator Is entered as second class matter at the United over UF ticket number 4,001 -- If It existed.

States Post Office at Gainesville. Irene R. Hosld
3ED
S. E. Broward Vice Pres. Third of a two-roan T.J.SprinkkPage.,4 race






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Wednesday. Nov. 11 1964, The Florida AHiqajor, PQge> St
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_LETTER_ : < ,,, Political Echoes

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THE WISE MAN, BEFORE HE SPEAKS, SPENCERAs activity, the Sturm und Drang, rather than an

WILL CONSIDER WELL WHAT HE SPEAKS, accurate description by a reporter familiar

TO WHOM HE SPEAKS, AND WHERE AND everyone well knows, the Board of Student with Council procedure of what actually went on

WHEN........ Publications Is a purely apolitical board not In Council.

St. Ambrose (1) subject to the subjective whims and fancies of It should be noted that the bill demanding I

Its membership. Such cold, hard objectivityhas The Alligator print the Council minute passed

Mr. Boe in his recent letter asks a very resulted even In some students tagging the with only the most minor opposition by a body

pertinent question. Does the Student Body of Board with the name "Bored Of Student Pub. fairly evenly divided down Gator-V.O.T.E.lines.

the UP have pride and dignity? This questionIs llcations." The Council had felt like It had been mistreateden

prompted by the audience reaction to speech For the past year I have often Men strained toto, thus the resounding thunder of approval
read by Dr. Medford Evans on a highly contro- between the two opposing for the bill.

versial subject, "Seperate but Equal Stations." polarities of student publications

On the surface It would appear that the student and Student fi f H But again, publications has a point or two I

body erred In Its violent cheering, hissing and Government. As a staff on its side. First, Section 212 of the Student I !

humor during the speech and moreso at the writer, layout editor, Body Constitution giving the Legislative Council I

reception held afterwards In the Union.contend sports writer, political the right to demand the Alligator print whatever I

however that the reason for the behavior of columnist, editorial page the Council dictates Is a very unwise provision. .

the students present was basically due to the editor and executive editorof Regardless of the dubious argument constructed

fact that In almost every other statement that The Alligator, I've come around the admitted fact that Legislative Council IJ

Dr. Evans made there was an attack on the to feel that "In my heartI wields financial power over the Alligator, this

pride and dignity of the audience. There Is limit know I'm write," but for still does not give the Council the right to .4

to some peoples' tolerance of Insults to their the past year I've dictate what should be printed. Editors are !

Intelligence, their loyalty to their country (I lodged as a student.memharSPENCER chosen according to their merits by the Boardof
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hasten to add I am not an American Citizen on the austere and powerful board, in realityan Student Publications, of which five of the

but would feel the same way If my loyalty was adjunct of SG. nine electoral board member are none other !

questioned) and finally their loyalty to their than student*..-the three normal Board
University.Any At last I know how the victims of the Spanish member, the SG President and the SG Chan

student of Public Speaking will tell you Inquisition felt, those tortured bodies were cellor of the Honor Court.
that audience Is stretched taut until the very corpuscles ached.
analysis
a
very Important partof
The editor, once elected, should have the
one's Such has often been the polarity between SG
preparation. Dr. Evans failed In his
discretion to print what he feels In the best
analysis of his audience. The speech that reads and student publications since Bill Curry showedthe
Interest. U his discretion proves faulty, then
UF studentry that an Alligator editor couldbe
well before the White
Citizens Council or the
the Board of Student Publications, and not the
John Birch simultaneously both a good editor and a
Society may not read well beforean
Legislative Council or any other council: directly
audience of young students at member of that mystique group of campus
an Integrated
affected, should have the power to discipline:
state university. The point may still be made, politicians known as Florida Blue Key.However, him. Forced printing of minute definitely 1*
however a knight on a white charger appeared on
controversial the subject,but it remainsfor campus such a disciplinary move.
the speaker to command the respect of his scene the following fall and undid all that Curry

audience, to anticipate their hostilities, to be had managed to do. David Lawrence, despite Frankly, the Legislative Council...while just

aware of their basic beliefs. This speaker his journalistic merits, tilted with V.O.T.E. possibly In the right here...ha* overstepped

could have been respected had he adapted to Party and especially with titular head of the Its bounds. Legislative control over the pressin

the attitudes of his audience. party, ex-President Paul Hendrick, until there a time of one-party control of the Council

One does not put one's head In the lion's formed an Irrevocable bridge between the would be tantamount to allowing the dominant

mouth before determining whether or not the governing and publication facets of student life. party to dictate its will to The Alligator,

lion has had his teeth removed. Furthermorewhen thank to Section 212. The responsibility of
But, you say, you weep? I must digress too
your head Is Inside the lions mouth don't far from chosen Legislative Council member In mot cases
my topic. Although present
kick his shins to make him let got! would preclude such an occurrence. The chance
editor Walker
Lundy has done much to piece
Misuse of logic Is also another capital offense back together the broken bonds of SG-Alligator of Its occurrence should,however,be eliminated.The .

In public speaking and many a,C-41 student had friendship, and though present SG PresidentKen Legislative Council, I feel, doe In part
ample to that have legitimate ground for their grievance.
opportunity practice which he had Kennedy has more than once attempted to
heard preached. The facts from both sides of A* Chief Justice John Marshall once said In the
reach a conciliation with the "boys In the
the podium indicated that hearts had taken control basement," yet somewhere, somehow, landmark Marbury v. Madison case, there 1* aright
over heads. Further it here and a remedy but the remedy In
was a little difficult something has misfired. The fruit of the "BAD ,
to understand much this case doe not He through the Legislative
why so reference was madeto MOOD" has had its latest appearance In the
authority during the speech In the auditorium controversy over printing of legislative council Council demanding the editor to publish its
only to hear It denounced later In the Union. minutes. minute

I am sure you remember the reason Dr. Evans

gave for getting out of the"#!Jed profession!" This "bad blood," it should first be Section 212 of the SO Constitution 1* contraryto

In effect Mr. Boe there was a complete lack emphasized, results in part from a healthy the accepted pattern of maintaining the press

of calmness again on both sides. Brave..yes: spirit of competition between the press and SO, completely separate from legislature,exceptIn

dedicated obviously: calm....no! a spirit needed In order to focus students area of libel and sedition. Legislative

It Is a great pity that Mr. Boa missed the attention upon the governing process and keep Council here la not one bit more privilegedthan

address given by Norman Thomas at the Invitation the SG, officials mindful that they are servingthe any other campus organization (e. g.

of the Forums Committee last year. His studentry and not themselves. However, In Florida Union Board of Student Activities)

subject was (pardon the word) Socialism. It the past, The Alligator has sometimes stepped Both should, U they believe the current editor I

was and still Is a controversial Issue and the beyond the boundaries of constructive criticismInto 1* in error, address their grievance to the

yet silence and attention were given to the a never-neverlandotpufposelesltdltorlab Board of Student Publication, from which

speaker, because he commanded the respect of written In such a general nature as to cast action would necessarily be forthcoming.

his audience. serious aspersions upon the merit of SG (e.g. In the case of the Legislative Council, should
Legislative Council) without the Board find that The Alligator has notadequat.ly
It Is to be pinpointing
hoped that Mr. Wilkins will not
covered Legislative Council misInterpreted
or
EXACTLY what Words
was like
come unprepared, that he will permit us to wrong.
could
"politico without its action then, the Board
preserve our pride and dignity; that he will not were employed forethought
Writers were often oblivious to the Instruct the editor to Increase the coverage or
derogatory
read the same speech he would normally maketo
the threat of ( harsh
nature of various words employed In the Impose Impeachment a
the N.A.A.C.P. If he does not considerhis
action Board-authorized of the
)
editorial. The or printing
resulting the student
picture
audience, bis opposition and their basic gave minute
beliefs I feel that the same situation could body the Impression that all was bad and nothing
good In Legislative Council and that the
Council,
threw
arise. People at both President
eggs far from being a representative body composedof The Board of Student Publications Is the logical
Johnson and Senator Goldwater during the recent
students from diverse academic areas was place for the Council to direct It* grievance,
election campaign vocal objections would have
been better. ; rather a standing body of vested Interests, and a board which will listen with open ear.

Irresponsible and non-or mal-functloning. Was The Board Is, In effect, the publisher of the
This letter does not come as an endorsementof
this the case? Alligator and ha* In the past gone against Student
student behavior In the past nor as a recom-
Body constitution' dictates. Such 1* the case
mendation for the future. It be
offered
may as Students viewing the Legislative Council at because the Board 1*chartered both by Presidentof
an analysis of reasons why people behave in
work will quickly note Its deficiencies the University and the Student Government.
the they do. It Is to the the
way speaker pol1UcalJy. lduca&e4 elite tends to ramrod Its powers supersede those of the Legislative
responsibility of audience reaction 1* given and through legislation with little or no hindrance Council In the. area of student publication
for this reason our University of Florida
perhaps from the poiitically-uninvolved majority which except In the area of student fee*.
administrators have denied Communist speakers "Just votes." But, U this not like roost any The Board of Student Publication, although:
access to the Campus. Freedom of speech 1* a legislative body The precision at the Council chartered by SG also Is In addition a standing

wonderful; thing. It Is not always what you say meetings makes one realize that, at minimum, university committee responsible directly to
but the In which it that
manner you say this group It organized and works like only the UF President and the state Board of
determines the right to say it, and In the
machinery It also does not seem to be Control.
exercise of this right audience should
your completely oblivious to student needs. The right for a remedy may exist here, but
receive full and dignified consideration.Ref .
the remedy should not be effected by a power
: Monroe, Alan H. Principles and Typesof But way the cause of the present fuss? struggle between the Legislative Council and

Speech: 5th Ed.Scott,Foresman and Company: Legislative Council felt that The Florida the editor of The AllUitor.Such useless conflict

Chapter Alligator was not giving it a fair shake- can only set back SG-Alllgator relation The

especially editorially. The new stories also winner Is already known, but 1* tact no one
Anthony F. Walsh 4AC.Unbearded often covered the superficialities of Council wins and only losers prevail.

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GRETSCH CHET 1962 FIAT 1100 4-door sedan. FE RIVER WATERFRONTLOTS TYPING done In AND INDIVIDUAL Attention
ATKINS solid body, cherry finish, 17,700* miles. New car condition. at IRA SEAS OASIS.Crystal my home. By DICTAPHONE beltsor await your toddler or older pre-
quadrl-plckups, W/ case. 18 mo. Heater, recllntncseats.Best otter. clear water, lime rock bottom, copy work.Medlcal Terminology schooler for child day care In my
old, excellent condition. $535 new, Car at 4001 SW 20th Drive. Call huge evergreen trees.'Free park passed. On approved Graduate list. home. Student's child please. $10
sell $250. Call 378-2162. 372-8860. (G-50-3t-p). for camping. Call Ira L. Call Mrs. Lyons anytime 6-7160. per week. Call 376-0972. (M-50-
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COMPLETELY FURNISHED 8' x HAWK. Automatic transmission. MILLER SONS AUTO PAINTING LOSE 50METs-llH' ?
40' Trailer with 9'x25' Cabana. 1957 DESOTO. Radio & heater, SHOP, all cars $29.95 body work.
Air-conditioned, central heat.Nice hard-top flresweep. Call FR 6- I r PersonalWILL I We have moved to 1619 S. E.
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Chi-30 Archer Rd. Village. Call GUARANTEED. (M-37-20t-c).
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band short turbo 4, between 7 and 8 p.m., and who Look for
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wave radio with antenna. $125. Highest offer buys. Call John at saw a 1957 Triumph motorcyclepass 2163 after 5 on weekdays and "it4
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Situated near campus. $1450. In floor, good tires. A bargain for your spare time each week will of Ozalld reproduction for thesis
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hard shell case. Has not been Bucket seats, automatic trans- May be seen from 8 a.m. to 9 YAMAHA BMWCVCLERAMA CHAIRS
played. Must sell. Call Jeff FR mission, white wall tires, seat p.m. 1614 NW 2nd Ave. (B-49- USED TYPEWRITERS
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Io Change Likely Library HoursIt I




Is doubtful that the UF library Hours this trimester will not be reserves until 11 p.m. Monday The library cannot be opened for because the Board of Academic

will extend operating hours any- Increased because of the recently through Saturday with the longer hours than it Is now becauseof Deans disputed it," he added.

more this trimester. extended hours the library now University College Reading Room budget limitations, Mrs.Gogginssaid. Poucher gave two additional
Stanley L. West, director of operates under said Mrs. Marie not
open until midnight, Mrs. Goggin reasons for the UbraJ') *
| libraries, said the reasons behind Goggin, assistant reading services said. "We can't keep making hour opening earlier on Sunday.

this are budgetary limitations dueto director. "This library has longer hours changes on the same budget. To "When I spoke to West, he said

a lengthening of library hours now than many other state's university keep open longer we must cut down that opening the library earlier
for the last three successive "Last year we opened all reading facilities comparable to on all library help. And this we than 2 p.m.would take way library

trimesters. rooms, circulation desks, and It," she added. cannot do," she added.A employes' church time. He felt

move to have the library open they could not leave the church

earlier than 2 p.m. on Sunday was ceremony and open the library

If Initiated by numerous requests earlier than 3 p.m.,"Poucher said.
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Debaters Here This WeekendDebate from students to do so, according The time factor is the second

to Don Poucher, secretary of reason Poucher gave
"West told this la the
academic affairs. me wrong
teams from Junior colleges and Informed of the topic for which they must
year to ask for an extension of
small four-year institutions throughout the present a judgment\ or solution.
"To check Into this possibility, library hours," Poucher ssld
state gather at the UF Friday and Saturday The findings of the individual teams then
I set up an Interview with West "For three successive years the
for the 1964 All-Florida Group Action Tour- will be presented to the tournament judges "
last week Poucher said. hours have been extended. He felt
nament. Saturday morning.
The interview proved a failure, four years ina row of this extension -
Sponsored by the University's Debate Society -
since West vetoed any Ideas of would be too much,"Poucher said.
the tournament Is one of the most Testing begins at 11 a.m. Saturday as the
opening the library earlier The committee on academic
unique forensic activities in the country. judges call on the teams to defend their
reported Poucher. affairs cannot pursue the
Each participating team will test its debate decisions. This part of the program will
"West said there was not enough possibility of extending the library
skills before a panel of judges consisting be open to the public at the Florida Union.
money In the budget to open the hours any furthe, reported
of faculty members from the University's Judges rate the teams' reports and their "
library earlier, Poucher said. Poucher.
of Speech and P.K. Laboratory defenses decision tourna-
Yonge
Department returning a on
The suggestion was made to use "The trimester Is almost over.
School. ment victors after later
a public reception student tuition funds to open the The committee Is planning Its
After registration for the tournament is Saturday. Trophies will be given for first,
library earlier, Poucher said. programs for the coming
concluded Friday morning, teams will be second and third place. "
"This idea was vetoed last year trimester, Poucher said.







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Britain's Wilson t

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Set December Huddle :

The most


JOHNSON CITY, TEX. (UPI) There had been speculation for between Johnson and Wilson since a walked about
I President Johnson will meet with some time that Wilson head of the Laborite won the British elec- ,.

British Prime Minister Harold the British Labor party would be tlo* by a narrow vote. Slacks onCampus

Wilson Dec. 7 and 8 In Washington conferring next month with John- '.he announcement was made as contain
the traveling White House son. They were expected to thresh Johnson met with Secretary of

| announced today. out pressing problems on the splitin State Dean Rusk and McGeorge "DACRON"*

Acting presidential press sec- NATO over American spon- Bundy, presidential assistant on
retary Malcolm R. Kllduff said sorship of the multilateral nuclear national security affairs.
Wilson had accepted Johnson's invitation force, strongly opposed by France. They arrived at the ranch and Hubbard Slacks

for a "informal working promptly went into toplevel con- .have a faculty

visit." This would be the first meeting versations with the President and (o. fashions of
Secretary Defense Roberts.Mc-
Namara. 65% Oacron'

Viet Casualties McNamara was scheduled to polyester and 35%

leave the ranch today tor Washing combed cotton

ton.Also at the LBJ ranch was Clark Styled in Classy'

[Reach Record High Clifford, a presidential adviser plain front and
and Washlnton lawyer, who traditional Gay
arrived with McNamara Monday to

SAIGON said Tuesday a record discuss a "wide range of federal Blade models for
(UPI) A UJS. military spokesman
I number of American servicemen were killed last month in South organization matters," said wri/ikle-free f good
Viet Kll Nam's
| guerrilla war. ., looks.and
Twenty Americans were killed In action in October and another I comfort at Better

-was missing and presumed dead. Forty-nine U.s. servicemen were
[wounded during the same period, U.s. military headquarters said. ISHIN IPi Stores everywhere.

The -high for American battle deaths In South Viet Nam was a year Du 3 l I.1si1. ..4iLO.Ta'k

in October, 1963, when 19 were killed most of them in the crash

two Marine Corps helicopters.A .
total of 223 Americans have been killed In combat in South Viet I
'am since others have died of rHUBBARD-
the beginning of 1961. Ninety-seven
her causes raising the total In the war to 320. I : :

The U.s. military spokesman said Vietnamese government casualties 1 _.

October totaled 1,=SS5 wounded, and 700 missing and possibly cap- MetEAMBYUBAKCANtTTKAIWttKYOftB "-
ured.

Communist losses In the same period numbered 1,270 killed andS
known wounded. IE'ATJEIT AID IE I Alf

Government troops continued to lose more weapons than they cap- STIllE 01 TOT 14* CUT.2310S.W.13thSt..

ured from the Communists. SLACKS EXCLUSIVELY ATSdwhmafl
I The spokesman said the government lost 1,360 weapons while cap-

urine 403 from the Viet Cong.
Statistically, the UJS. spokesman said, government and Communist -
"*au were roughly the same In October as In September. But the num-
r of Communist attacks dropped sharply while their Inten.s1t1In-

teased, the spokesman said.



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age 10, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, Nov. 11 1964




?, UF Bookstore. Creates Competition


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Off-campus prices for student supplies would be "Books are marked-up about 20 per cent," Gatzen
sky-high If it wasn't for the UF Book Store, says said, "to cover the cost of shipping and handling.
: Store Director Sam P. Gatzen. On special items--Instructional supplies needed by
Marking Drops "The Book Store is operated for the benefit of Just a few students, we add a 10 per cent service
the student. We create the continuing competition which charge only. We actually lose money on these items."
keeps off-campus prices in line," said Gatzen, who The Book Store "shops" off-campus stores throughthe
has operated the Book Store. student. "If our price Is higher," Gatzen said,
Books' Value Frequently the other stores "shop" the UF Book "a student tells us immediately. I advise him to
Store, checking prices and adjusting their own ac- come back later and I call the store be mentionedto
1 cordingly.The check the price. If he's correct, we drop our
\ book store operates at six per cent profit, price."
A $10 text worth $5 "used"can "used" don't depreciate another which pays for employed wages, utilities, stockage The Book Store has a special order departmentfor
be made worthless the stu- 50 cent when resold to the
by
per Student result In
handling, and administration. Its annual million dollar unique items. requests stockingthe
dent who underlines In Ink or uses Book Store, Gatzen said. "Once
gross provides the profit necessary to meet operating Item. "This Is our whole philosophy In stocking
colored pencil marks, said SamP. It's sold as 'used' we keep buying expenses. 'service' supplies for the students," said Gatz@a.
Gatzen, director, Book Store. It back at the 50 per cent of the
"We pay 50 per cent of the original price, as long as it
original price for a used textbook remains In good condition."
Law School Hikes Admission RequirementsStudents I
," said Gatzen, "if It's not All books are marked-up 20 per
all marked up with Ink or other- cent before resale, to off-set the
wise multilated. We accept books cost of handling, stockage, and planning to enter the LSAT Increase, the academic you cannot measure. One of themIs
- marked with pencil and In good filing. UF Law School this year will average may be lower. No LSAT motivation."
condition." "The careful student can sell have to have a higher under score under 400 is acceptable, but In a study of 1,527 students overa
Books which are purchased back a text he bought 'used' for graduate academic average or a the academic average Is undeter period of ten years, the LSAT
almost what he paid for It," said higher Law School Admission Test mined. proved a better criteria than grade
Gatzen. (LSAT) scoreaccordlng to RobertM. averages."It I
Requiem TodayFor "The best advice I can give Lee, assistant to the dean,Col- Lee, who compiles studies relating Is possible for a studentto
the student who wants to resell lege of Law.Admissions. LSAT scores,undergraduate not do well at one school,trans-
his texts Is to keep them in the to the Law Schoolare averages and Law School perfor- let to another and do better, but
3 Students condition h would want to buy themas based on a sliding scale. This mance "tries to predict every- his overall. average would not be
'used'," Director Gatzen said. means that as the score on the thing. But there are several things good," Lee said.


Killed SaturdayA i r ..


Requiem Mass will be held
this afternoon at tho St. Augustine
Chapel for the three UF students
killed last weekend near Daytona
Beach. N :IL-
Father Jerome A.Carosella will I II _
say Mass at 5:15 p.m. for Warren _
McFarland Smith, Key Went; Alex
Brusclno, Bay Village, Ohio, and
Lloyd Hall Jr., Daytona Beach.
A memorial service also will
be held ror Smith, a Sigma Mu,
at the fraternity house at 4 p.m.
today. Dean Lester Hale vlll ; y
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offer the eulogy. t
Members of the Sigma Nu fra- ) ,-\ m
ternity left for Key West last
night to serve as pallbearers for x tx x, _________ --
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Beta Theta PI fraternity also li "
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tative of the chapter will attend ;

Brusclno's burial tomorrow In Bay "-...,.
Village.
The trio was killed early last
Saturday morning when Hall lost
control of the convertible he was
driving. The car left the north
side of US Route 92, about 7-1/2
miles west of Daytona, apparentlyto
avoid oncoming traffic, and hita
tree -. the only one In the
area. They died at the scene.
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Aim At Rough ScheduleJEFF



DENKEWALTERSports withMARQUIS
ourselves. go to The Citadel which I considerto
Writer"I
With these words MaJ. Harvey have one of the finest rifle teamsin
M. Dick, officer in charge of the the nation." 1 BAESZLER
think this Is the first yearWb UF rifle team
summed up thisyear's To help spur the team on will
have really given some squad. Assisting MaJ. DickIs be four Army Sweethearts who football is serious Is
Incentive to the men. We're goingto Coach College business. Out often Its seriousness
Sgt. Allen
L.
be shooting a rough schedule, MaJ. Dick continued. Vestal. are going along as sponsors. The broken by some funny Instance In practice or at the training table
"We're off four chosen are Betty Wendt,Mary (meal table).
that's the only
I figure way we to fine
but a
start this
and I
can gain recognition and Improve hope It continues. This year week Pfleger, Linda Cox and Dee Dee During one of last week's practices, everyone had a big laugh except -
we
Brlggs. sophomore tackle, Jim (J.D.) Benson.
Leading the team In compiling J.B.'s shoulder comes out of place mote often than he would like

Hurricane Hilda a 5-1 record this season are and after making a block It came out again. When everyone saw what
Bill Muir, Lee Young Pete had happened the trainer, Jim Cunningham, was called.
SUpplch, team captain JonGordon, Pull on It Jim pull on it." Shouted the big tackle from Albany.So .
Bob Ellison and Craig Klrts. Jim (Cunningham) got on the ground, kicked off his shoes, put

Shuffles SEC GamesThe So far the team has beaten one foot under J.B.'s arm, the other on his neck, and pulled.
Alabama, Auburn, Florida Our trainer Is a very skilled and powerful man and we knew it wouldn'tbe
Southern, Stetson twice, and lost to long before the arm would jump back Into its rightful place In J.B.

Georgia.And shoulder. But as the seconds passed, the only change was In the face "

Southeastern Conference NBC telecast for both these games as MaJ. Dick added, "Many of the once calm, stole, fallen.
football schedule for late Is nationwide. colleges and universities Include Now the colorless stole face was a red grimace and his quiet he couldno

November has been revised con- When Hurricane "Hilda" struck marksmanship as a minor sport.In longer hold. JJ3. shouted, "Jim, Jim--it's the other arm."

siderably since first announced by the Gulf Coast the first week of fact many, including Alabama
offer minor sport letters to rifle
the individual schools a year ago. October whe caused postponementof
team members. When realize Red Faced RedShirtOne
The impact of Hurricane Hilda on the LSU -Florida game, you
that don't offer the this
the week end of Oct. 3 and the scheduled for Baton Rouge,and the we men
type of Incentive I think It makesour
opportunity of national exposurevia Duke-tulane game at New Orleans. night at supper a promising young red-shirt (B-teamer) was
record that much note-
the NCAA-NBC television ser Since both Tulane and Duke finish more sitting at the supper table reading the Alligator when someone came
ies brought about the revisions for their regular schedule on Nov- worthy. from behind and put his hand on his shoulder. Wayne Waldrip, the young
On March 6 the UF Scabbardand
the last week of November and the ember 21 (against traditional sophomore, raised his shoulder to brush the hand off.
Blade will the annual
first week of December.The rivals LSU and North Carolina sponsor Then the hand reached out to open the Alligator more, so the ownerof
All-Florida Rifle Match to be heldat
respectively) they will make up the hand could see better. Knowing that one of his friends was trying
the Gainesville Police rifle
Alabama-Auburn game, regularly the Oct. 3 engagement on Satur- to annoy him, Wayne began to squeeze the Index finger of the Intruder.
scheduled for the last day afternoon, Nov. 28. Florida's range. Competing teams will The Atlanta born center squeezed with all of his might until the finger
Include
from
Saturday of November, the 28th traditional game with Miami,how- representatives was pulled away. Once again there was only one who couldn't see the
Miami Stetson Florida Southern
this year, Is being played on ever, Is set for Nov. 28, so the humor as Wayne's eyebrows and shoulders raised and the corners of
Florida State Florida AiM
Thanksgiving Day to accommodatethe Gators and the Tigers will tangle and his mouth turned down, beholding Coach (Ed) Kensler
UF. Florida State has the
NCAA-sponsored telecast over the next week, Dec. 5. Originally won "Would you like to read the Alligator, Coach," was the brave but
match the last two
NBC-TV. Similarly,the Ole Miss- scheduled for night time, and with years. timid reply.
Mississippi State game, tradi- the tickets all sold before Hilda MaJ.] Dick concluded. "We are Humor has been thrown out the window now as the Gators prepare
tionally played on the last Satur- blew In, the I.SU-Florida contest still open for applicants for our for their traditional battle with Florida State University. The best way

day of November, has been moved will continue as an 8:00 (CST) girls team and our men's team. to get a smile now Is to beat FSU by a large score.
back one week to Dec. 5. The game. The girls will be making two
trips: one to the University of

Georgia, and another to North

Georgia College. The men will JRONIZE&IOR
also be making additional tripsto
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away matches. The only two
qualifications for the team are

being a ROTC cadet and having the

desire to compete." .


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M4 d, AbY Linebacker Pettee
Roger

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", } Leaves Florida FootballSenior


;1' 1" ,y > linebacker Roger PetteeIs Injuries. Tackle Dennis Murphyhas Jack Harper was back In good

j +f 1'd *M+ no longer on the University a bruised hand and John What shape yesterday.
1ii of Florida football team. ley has a sprained knee, but both Coach Graves will fly to Tampa
( Coach Ray Graves announced should be in top shape by the end today to attend the funeral ser-
I yesterday Pettee had been dropped of the week, according to Graves. vices for Alan Poe's father who
) from the squad "in the best Interest The Florida coach also reportedFlorida died Sunday night.
of the team."
t tI Graves said he would not divulge -

ii any more information "in Could

order backer.to protect" the senior line-


However, Pettee reported he resigned Pick

{ free will.from the team of his own Big OrangeFlorida

I ; "I have my reason for resigning
'
I !: \ AIM, FIRE---Auburn Quarterback Joe Campbell but I would rather not say any-
I j thing to the press until I talk to has been dropped from However, the Gator coach says the
.__ gets pass away just as Gator Chip Hoyles closes in Coach Graves," Pettee said. the top 10 ratings but is still being team wants to go to a bowl and he

; ---but Florida has more than one way to Hold That Pettee Is the second football considered by the Orange Bowl thinks there will be plenty of teams
player to be dismissed from the committee along with 10 other going to a bowl with 8-2 records.
Tiger as little Jack Card intercepts below. Gators teams.
Gator since Graves
J i' will play sans Card in FSU tilt (see story this page). started squad coaching at Florida.Ray Only Duke University has been The next hurtle for the Gatorsas
for bowl
.i they try a bid Is state
dropped from consideration the
I by
The other dismissed
", +w I I.1 pb. 5 player was rival Florida State, and this week
\ Pi I junior halfback Dick Skelly In 1961. bowl committee. Georgia was Graves is stressing conditioningin
Skelly, who is still at the uni- added to the list In place of Duke. the Gator football Camp.
versity, was dismissed because of Other teams being considered
aI his admitted violations of training for a possible bid to play In the The Florida coach plans to go
rules. annual grid contest along with Into a secret practice next week

Pettee had an outstanding yearat Florida and Georgia are Alabama, when the Gators start working on
Florida' as a sophomore, but Notre Dame, Nebraska, Arkansas, improving their offense for the
was handicapped by injuries in his Texas, Louisiana State, Florida Seminoles and also on stopping

*: : junior year. Pettee broke his ankle State, Georgia Tech and Sycracuse. Florida State passing attack.
: against Alabama In his junior year
Duke
j' was dropped from the list -
\ and missed five
games. when the Blue Devils were defeatedby
He returned to the Gator lineup
Wake Forest 20-7 and the Georgia -
3 for two plays in the Florida State
;t Bulldogs were added to the list
game at the conclusion of the year.Pettee's .
after their 14-7 upset of the Gators. Haslet
loss this year will leave
Coach Ray Graves has made no 11cge
,1 Yt the Florida squad without two of its CA
\ comment on the possibility of the
regular line backs going into the
'. \' A hA Gators going to the Orange Bowl.
Florida State game.
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Jack Card, the Gators'168 pound
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linebacker, was Injured in the
\
Georgia game and will be out
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t ,'I "Indefinitely", according to

Graves.In .
\ F w order to strengthen the line finest in
'i I H> backer supplyGraves has moved
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Billy Joe James and Bob McCul- younghair

: I 1 9 lough along with Ron Pursell, Jim styles
S : Bernhardt, and Steve Heidt now PHONE
37..2244
; t make up the Gator linebacker

S_ : squad. CAROLYN PLAZA-
: Graves said Card would
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+ ox ,bably be the only player to miss OAINEeVILLE, FLORIDA
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