The Florida alligator
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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
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Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: November 12, 1964
Publication Date: 1912-1973
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Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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Results of 'Dollars' Drive : $900.000

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"With such a wonderful Job "However, there are The maximum amount is amounts. They are the long and tory students, does not exceed (
done on "Dollars for Scho- extenuating circumstanceswhich 1.000 for three trimesters. short term loans. $150 in most cases.

lars," the UF will be able apply In some case." After graduation,' a full year The long term loan is aVQI1- These are primarily given '

to appropriate $800,000 to he said. "These being pro- grad period Is given but the ble to any student within two to those who will receive '

900,000 to students In Na- blems that have been cor- student should start the pay- years of a terminal degree.He checks or money in the nearby '
tional Defense Loans," rected or are In the processof ments as soon as possible. A must have completed at future but don't have it at {
according to Mac G. Grigsby, being corrected. We must three per cent interest rate Is least one trimester prior to the time Grigsby stated.
assistant to the dean of student know that they won't occur included. application.The .

affairs. again." Any student interested in student has no grace They are repayable within 1
Grigsby said these loans He added, "education Is a this loan for September 1965 period and It must be paid 90 days or the end of the trimester '
.are available to a student witha primary business here." and should make application now within three to six months witha with a two per cent
minimum two point average If the need for a loan Is foreseeable til the end of February.Two four percent Interest rate. service charge. Both of the !
overall and also on his last the student should other loans are avail The Tolbert 1 Memorial above loans are offered on a '
recorded effort. certainly apply. able to the student for smaller Fund also open to satisfac- continuous basis t

The Florida UF Fraternity AII- I

Stars tackle FSU

"Stars" In Flag

ALLIGATOR Football Saturday,

In Dollars For I

Scholars Benefit.
Vol. 57, No. 51 University of Florida,Gain vllle Thursday, Nov. 12, 1 1964
---SEE PAGE 12


I IN A JOCULAR MOODis 1 Council To See

Buddy Jacobs during discussion j
Tuesday in the leg- "

islative Council meeting. Can L/F-FSU/ GameBe

Televised/ Here ?

SKIP HAVISER The talk of T.V. coverage came council, to represent the UF on
City Editor during the discussion of scarcity some kind of cooperative effort
of student football tickets and the between the two schools. The result -

The possibility of a closed circuit scheduling of one of the most would be a combined. effortof
T.V. telecast of the Florida- popular games of the season -- both student governments to

FSU football game, scheduled for Florida vs. FSU. discuss the problems with the Athletic -

Nov. 21, was discussed by the A legislative investigating committee Association of both univer

r Legislative Council Tuesday was proposed by Floyd sities.
night. Price, president protem of the The situation has been reoccurring -
each year. State-wide
television news Tuesday night
i"lRequest showed approximately 400 i'SU

., students sleeping In line to get
RecordsInadequateLane the first chance. at 750 student tickets -
'I f that went on sale at 2:00 p.m. :

Wednesday. I
r M1r Tills year the UF receivedabout :
4 \9 000 tickets for the Florida-FSU "
7 I
> : P game. All have been sold at the i
regular price of $3.15 each on a f
Fred Lane, student body treasurer, told the Legislative Council
first come, first served, basis.
Tuesday night that a recent study shows council records on special
t None were sold as student tickets.
requests to be "Inadequate to say the least."
At f'SU only 1,000 date tickets
Lane stated that a check on records of special requests for the past to
were put up for sale students."A .
three fiscal years showed very little Information about what campus

Blue Key To Elect organizations were doing with Legislative Council money. He recom- number of students have

mended strict information be re- complained that there was a great
'eel v d from an organization before --- lack of publicity that a student

such a group should be granted could ticket for the at
New get a game
Members /
requests. 23 Miss our stadium," Price said.
He said that many requests were
Lat year's game, In Gainesville -
FRANK SHEPHERD'Staff on each prospect compiled by the coming up regularly each year was played on Thanksgiving
and these requests should be made
Writer nominations committee. weekend when students were absent
part of the council's fixed budget,
Nominations will be made from Leg Council from the campus. No serious efforts -
as they are no longer special.
Elections of new members for the floor, and voted upon by the were taken at that lime to seeka
Lane also said he should be Informed -
the Floriaa Blue Key leadership
entire membership. Those better consideration for the
fraternity will be held tonight at nominees receiving at least 90 of requests granted Immediately student. The long range objectiveof

the Florida Blue Key office in the per cent of !the vote will be accepted following a meeting. Twenty-thrfe members of the committee is to begin now
Florida Union.Fifty-eight students "The treasurer's office often Legislative Council misted
for members mip. to prevent these situation next
applied for membership before the fails to receive word of special the meeting Tuesday night year," Price said.
deadline last Thursday afternoon. During the two weeks following requests granted In time to make even though the meeting time
the elections, new members will out checks," he said. from Price pointed out to iiw council
15-29 7:30
Approximately new memberS was changed p.m.
will be chosen according to be tapped by the current membersof In other action. Leonard Floyd to 8:30: p.m. so freshmen and that It was too late to do anything
Ron LaFace president of Florida the fraternity. The tapping pro- Price proposed a committee to sohpomores liking progress about tickets for this year's game.
Blue Key. cess is secret known to members investigate the sale of tickets to tests could attend. However he suggested that the

At tonight's meeting,each member of Florida Blue Key only. Tap- the Florida vs. FSU football game. V.O.T.E. Party absences: committee begin at once to find out
will receive a booklet of data pees will be brought together for He said only a limited number of Betty Lou Douglas RandolphE. the possibilities of having the game

..............u.......h.. ...................... a breakfast on the morning before tickets were distributed to stu Lee Jr., Hugh ft. McKaln telecast from FSU to the Gainesville
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X :! the installation banquet on Dec. 1. dents and the majority were sold Jr., James Stephen Gardner, campus via the Educational.

|; Frolics Tickets \ Former Florida Coy Leroy Collins to the general. public. Robert A. Marp-r, J. D. Phillips T.V. stations at both schools.

:: ; has been invited to address "Both athletic associations have Jr., Donald O. Murray, "It's a common problem of the
|:: Still Available \:: Ihe banquet. something to do with this," he and Jay T. Scheck Jr. students of both schools being cut, i-
: ::
Tappees of Florida Blue Key said. "I feel l that a committee Gator Party absences:JohnV. from what should be their own activities -

.:ji::: A limited number of Fall :| are selected on the basis of service should be appointed to see if any Baum, William Andrew by the obvious agreementof

::f Frolics tickets are on sale ? leadership, and academic thing can be done." Perky Johlli H. Drown, both athletic. associations. 1
;'; at the Information Booth ;?:: achievement."We The council approved an Investigation Mickey Crocker, Dennis E. Nothing was done last year. We
across from the Hub. $ try to recognize all phasesof committee to study the tic- Guidl, Calvin. C. Jordon. should take action now to iron out i

::ji The tickets are $1.75 per g: university and student life," ket sales. Gerald S. Livingston Gall T. thee differences before next sea- s'
i person or $3.50 per couple ij: LaFace said. Robert E. Lee (ILW) was scheduled Roberts Ronald W. Shamlaty, son." Price said.

fe Frolics Is scheduled for 8 <: Major qualifications for membership to come before the councilto Carolyn A. Smith, Carolyn A. Council Chairman. Dick Gober

;f p.m. tomorrow In the Gym,and :$ are that a person be a be approved as an appointmentto Williams, Sharon A. Sanders, Instructed the floor leaders of each
f, will feature the Lettermen .?..: full time male student with at the traffic court. During a discussion Robbin R. Sentell, Sally D. party to each appoint two membersto
g)iJ' singing group, comedian God- g least a 2.0 average through 70 no one was sure whetherhe SUdham, and Steven H. B retro the committee. Committee
# frey Cambridge and singer >: or more hours of college work. was to fill a vacancy or re* an. appoint meats have not yet been

r Bud and Truls.Q .f (Continued On (Continued On L aMOunced.Here's I
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2, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, Nov. 12, 1964

I Uf Has Over 650 Foreign Students- I IOver

crease Is the quality of
of this holiday. instructionat
why and how
650 foreign students from eign students.The majority of them positions available, said Col. "Each foreign student Is tested the UF and the good commentswe

62 nations from Argentina to Viet are graduate students," said Col. Farris. carefully before entering theUF," receive after the student returns -
Nam populate the UF campus, Glenn A. Farris, advisor to For- "We have 76 foreign student Farris said. "Graduate students to his homeland" Farris
taking courses In everything from eign Students. women. Also, many students bring must take the Graduate Records said. "Our biggest Increases have
agriculture to zoology. Almost 50 "They are attracted to UJS.colleges their wives," said Farris. "Our Examination (G RE). Under- been from India, Free China and
per cent are graduate students. because the schooling Is not international clubs,church organizations may have to take the Latin America," he added.
Students ol Free Cuba have tne obtainable in their own country. and women's clubs cater to Scholastic Aptitude Test, depending Foreign students are subdivided .
Many select the UF because the women, making them feel at into two
largest contingent with 188. Austria on their college records, categories: resident -
Bahrain, Barbados,Bermuda, Florida's climate very often is home. Classes in English and he added.As aliens and aliens.
Bolivia, British Glauna, El Sal- comparable to their own countries. American customs are conducted the UF student population Increases The 8t resident alien studentsare
vador, Finland, Hong Kong,Israel, Also, tuition lees here are usually for them," he added. so does the number of immigrants who have the rights
Libya, Norway, Ryukyu Islands, less," Farris said. Mary Farris, Col. Farris' wife, foreign students. Each applicanthas and privileges of United States
Scotland, Sweden, Turkey and Uru- "Foreign students are excellent lends her knowledge and supportto the same opportunity of enter citizens and have satisfied state
students. excel in certain the programs for foreign stu-
by one They
guay are represented the UF as do United States residency requirements. The 568
student from each. fields. Many of them become gra- dent wives. Recently a ing alien students are here for instruction .
"The College of Agricultureand duate assistants, after competingwith Thanksgiving orientation was pre- students."A only.
for the In-
have the most for all other students for the sented to the ladies to explain the primary reason

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Wet Diapers But No Changers Fred Lane Says 'No'

Sitting Service StudiedSHARON To $$ Appropriationfor

Student Body Treasurer Fred funds for Dollars for Scholars

KELLY (SG) Babysitting Service, has twice as many requests for Lane refused to approve a Boardof have come to the Legislative
Staff Writer according to Labor Secretary Bob sitters as people to fill the jobs. Student Publications resolutionto Council in the form of special,
DeLoach. DeLoach also reported that Miss appropriate one day's Alligator direct requests,"said Lane."This

Babies, babies everywhere but Barbara Maggs, chairman of the advertising receipts to the Dollars appropriation is indirect aid from
"The Service Is highly functional "
has resignedand
Service SG.
not enough sitters to sit. for Scholars fund.
under our present system and that Miss Ann Derger, assis- "Finally, there is a general
This Is the only problem broughtout we've been able to keep the sitters tant chairman, will serve as Lane gave three reasons for his provision in the SG constitution that
by a recent self-evaluation real busy," DeLoach reported.He Interim chairman until December action. prevents money from being used
made by the Student Government added that the Labor Office when a permanent chairman will "First, there's no item in the for scholarships unless there Is

be selected. approved student government (SG) a special request."

"Miss Maggs took the chairman budget that designates any funds "I didn't approve the
for Dollars for Scholars," Lane appropriation because it violated
ship only to get the Babysitting
I Hospital PR Workshop Set Service off the ground and to getit said. the constitution in these three
organized," DeLoach said."She "Second, all previous requests ways," Lane said.

has done an excellent job and we
Hospital executives from seven Hospital," and Michael Lesparreof hate to lose her."
states will be here this week for New York City, director of the
the UF's first workshop for New York office of the American The Labor Secretary explainedthat
and assistant girls interested in obtaining !
hospital public relations Hospital Association
meet the
personnel.The editor of that association's official babysitting jobs should o.
journal. following requirements:They must r

two-day session, which have a 2.0 academic average and .a..
opens today Is co-sponsored the Administrators and public have no record of disciplinaryaction
Florida Institute for Continuing relations directors of Florida hos- ; local babysitting and
University Studies. pitals, women's auxiliary personal references are necessaryand
members, newsmen and the applicant must be approvedby
Keynote speakers are Robert publications specialists will consider the Babysitting Committee. s i
Cunningham of Chicago, editor and and discuss aspects of Applications for sitter's jobs
publisher of the national community, press and patient can be obtained In the Secretaryof
professional Journal,"The Modern relations. Labor's office, Room 309 FU.

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Thursday, Nov. 12, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 3

rIUFNT1THOUSANDS! mtmmmCampus. News Eriefs. .nJUI:: I

Bus Ad Thanksgiving Fast: 'EntomologyThe I
College of Business Admin-
THE : :*: istration students should The Student Group for Equal first fall picnic of the
::::::: report to their advisors dur- Rights is Newell
sponsoring a Entomological Society ;
::::::: ing this week for a counsel- Fast for will be this I'
WHO Thanksgiving Freedom Saturday from I-7
ARE SAVING :::::::
ing appointment. At the time before Nov. 20. Send p.m. at the Austin Gary Memorial :
of your appointment a pro- checks payable to Thanks- Forest on Waldo Road.
MONEY ::::::: gram for the winter trimester giving Fast for Freedom to It is open to staff and students i:
::::: will be worked out.Persian Julian Drown, Georgia Seagl. with Interest in ento- ;
-=- -=
.. '. ::111mm mology. Bring hamburgers or :%::
... ,. Coupon Hall.The BS
\ t. .d. .. ..d.t\: project is sponsored by hotdogs for yourself. Other ::
.... Club N. S. M., National Student refreshments will be provided ::::
4 KIWI SHOE POLISH ;: ) ::!: The Persian Club is Christian Federation and the by the society. :::::
::::::: sponsoring a picnic at 9:30 UJS. Youth Council. It Is a
List Price Our Price ; s::;:;: a.m. Nov. 15 on Lake Hutch- national intercollegiate pro SGERThe
::::::: inson. All members can ject. i::::
294 2 for 29t ::::::: attend. Persian foods will be Students with prepaid meal S G E R announces a :::
A. ::::::: served and some movies and contracts voluntarily abstain meeting this Sunday at 8 p.m. I::::::
Coupon Expires Nov. 18, 1964 ; slides from Iran will be shown. from one dinner meal before !In Room 324, Florida Union. : :::
... Nov. 20; money saved by dining The featured speaker is AI :ti I:::
".:''t .. ,-.... ....; ,. ... ,,;0'f". --.11' f ":'r., .'.f Religious Forum facility is contributed to buy Ulmer of Atlanta; whose topic::::::
: ----=- :::'::: Dr. Zabeeh- of the food for needy Negro families.PreMed is "Civil Rights and the Col- ::::::::
::::::: Philosophy Department will lege Student." :::::;:
,:.t" J.'i "J. Co U p 0 n !40 ..'.... .. t..... ; ::::::: talk on the "Myths of Deter Ulmer is the 1959captalnof s::::::
: ::::::: minism" at the Liberal Religious Dr. George T. Lewis,chairman the FSU football team, a former ti:::*:{:
CREST TOOTH PASTE I ::::::: Forum Sunday at 7:30 of the admissions peace corps worker In :::::s
::::::: p.m. in Johnson Lounge, committee of the Universityof Nigeria and presently a civil :::
Extra-extra Large Size, Along With .f ::::1:;: Florida Union. Coffee and discussion Miami, will be at the UF rights worker. :::
3 FREE BALL POINT PENS ::::::: will follow. Students Nov. 12-wishing 6 for appointments Interviews. Young Republicans :I.1 i

7. $1 Value 49* ;.\ 1f Ag Dames with Dr. Lewis now should The Young Republicans will 1:::1
::::::: Agriculture Dames will contact the Pre-Professlonal meet tonight at 8:30: p.m. In : ti
) Coupon. Expires Nov. 18.1964 t ::::::: meet tonight at 8 p.m. at the Counseling Office, Anderson the Florida Union, Room 116. :::
., ,,',*' ,.?: '.' t : q"?' ,...It':,....T ':;.:." ; ,. ::::: home of Mrs. Jasper Joiner, Hall 107. Anyone Interested in publicity, ii':
i.11\t\ ::::::: 715 N.W. 40th Terr. Insurance program planning committee ::
Some of our everyday I low prices on .:!;; will be the main program Geology HonoraryDr. work and policies Is Invited. :::::
-=:::::: with a speaker from the Prudential Forestry ClubThe 1
name brand merchandise: :;:!: Insurance Company. David Alt, geology department _
Forestry club meets tonight :::::*::::
HAIR CARE will lecture
ITEMS Our Price toSlgma
Newman Club Gamma at 7 p.m. in Ram 2, :::::
Epsilon honorary
Breck Shampoo $1 size 79C McCarty Hall.Professor :::::
: :
::::: Newman Club will have a earth science tonight at 8 In m
Head & Shoulders $1 size 79 :::::: picnic this Saturday at Cold- Room 104 Floyd Hall.Ills topic S.N. Edson of the $:::::::
Vita-Fluff Shampoo $1.25 79C ::::::: head State Park. Transportation will be "Evolution of the soils department will present :::
::::::: will leave from the Catho Florida Landscape." slides taken this summer in :::::::
Prell Shampoo $1 It 79t ::::::: lie Student Center at 9:30a.m. Hawaii. :1::::

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VO-5 Hair Dressing $1 It 79< '

Roux Fanciful Rinse $2.35 $1.79

Miss Clairol 1.25 99< OPEN HOUSEAT

New Dawn Hair Color $2 $1.67

Rinse Away $1 79c '; I
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Adorn Hair Spray $1.50 $1.19

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Rain Hair Spray .69 39<
Dep hair style gel $2.50 $1..89DEODORANTS KING'S FOOD HOST

Old Spice Stick $1 size 79C
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Crest large size 69$ size 45$

Colgate family size 89$ 67<

Maclean's 89$ /fC/
Just a few examples of our everydaylow ((1)) Hamburger .40 ((2)) Soups & Salads 30.50':"
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prices; over 5,000 to choose from. Deluxe Hamburger .50 ((3)) Onion Rings .35

Cheeseburger .50 Cheese Frenchles .40

DubI Cheeseburger .85 ((4)) Malts & Sundaes .35

UIKSAVESUPER Foot-Long Dog .45 Sundaes .40-.45

Barbecue .50 Forfeits .35

Tuna Salad .50 Banana Boat .55,

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Thursday, Nov. 12, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 5

Cuban Missile Control I

Speakers AvailableSpeakers I

No Surprise : LescanoRecent

on a variety of subjects can be engaged from the
International Affairs Speakers Bureau, according to Ravi DuttaSharma
under-secretary of the International Affairs Secretariat of Student
announcement that the capable of controlling the missile nition" Lescano added. Government.The .
Cuban army has assumed control bases Lescano
said. During a six-hourinterview witha
speakers are members of various clubs on campus, foreignand
of Russian anti-aircraft missilesIn The announcement, made Mon- New York Times reporter pub-
academic or social, or are people of prominence on campus.
Cuba comes as no surpriseto day by the State Department, left lished Sunday, Castro said the "We plan to make up a sheet of speakers and their topics and
the Cuban people, according to unclear the question whether there Cuban armed forces in control of distribute them for public use." said Sharma.
Javier Lescano, president of the was a Soviet Cuban agreement the surface-to-air missiles (SAM)
Most of the requests usually come from churches, social groups
Cuban Student Revolutionary Com- limiting use of the missiles or are prepared to shoot at United and women's clubs off campus he added.
mittee on campus. giving the Russians outright veto States U-2 reconnaissance planes
Lescano said he believes Soviet over firing them. If "legal means" cannot be foundto
missiles have been In Cuban hands "I believe Castro has complete put an end to such flights.
since the fall of 1963. control over the missiles," Les- State Department press officer WOLLENSAK AND REVERE
"Since 1960, Cuban Premier cano said. "lIe wouldn't settle for Robert J. McCloskey said the U-2
Fidel Castro has been sending anything less. flights over Cuba have been con-
400-500 high school students a yearto "Now that President Lyndon B. tinuing. Tape Recorders
Czechslovakia and Russia to be Johnson has been elected Castro "Fidel Castro undoubtably has
trained in handling missiles.These will probably try to move closerto the power to fire the missiles," GAINESVILLE'S!
people are now back in Cuba and the U.S. and press for recog- Lescano said, "but he probably
won't. He's just trying to force DIRECT FACTORY DEALER

the U.S. into dealing diplomatically
with him."

"Castro Is also using missile North Central Florida's Largest SelectionOf
UF control for propaganda purposes.He .
Republicans is trying to Impress the Cuban Recorders Supplies Scotch Tapes

people with his strength and independence And Accessories
from Russia" added
Lescano. COUCH'S 608 N. Main St. FR 6-7171

Attend MeetingThe According to the interview, Cas-
tro said there were enough Soviet
military technicians remaining in

State Federation of ber of Cuba to act as a "solid combat
Young dependent on size. A clubis
Republicans (F.F.R.G.) will hold allowed four delegates for 25 force" in the event of an invasion."I .

its fall convention Nov. 20 and members, seven for 50, etc. don't mean something like the "Are you still wearing those I
21 at the Langford Hotel in Winter "Another purpose of the convention Bay of Pigs," the story quoted kid slacks?"
Castro saying,"I mean an actual
Park. "
said Miss Traver, "is to
Attending from the UF will be plan for getting new member clubs. invasion by the armed forces of
the officers of the University Young Attending this convention are not the United States or by any other
Republican Club and two members. only college-affiliated clubs, but country."
"Friday night there will be a clubs for a city or county or a Cuba would allow the techniciansto
dinner and cocktail party for relax- similar affiliation. Not all of them remain "as long as the U.S.
ation after the continues an agressive policy toward -
campaign, accord- are members of the F.F.R.C.
Ing to Miss Rita Traver, president."Its "The college clubs that are us," Castro said.
just for fun and its free." members of the state associationhave State Department spokesman
According to Miss Traver, the been placed on a College McCloskey said It is still the
business meeting will begtnSatur- Service Committee to educate U.S. position that all Soviet mili-

day morning and possibly last into youth in politics, show interested tary personnel should leave Cuba. \ c
"Soviet technicians won't leave 1
the afternoon. Top on the agenda people how the state and local :
will be the voting on two Young organizations work, and try to get Cuba until they are thrown out," / + P
Republican Clubs in Tampa. Both more clubs into the F.F.R.C. Lescano said. tf
clubs call themselves the Tampa "Things have calmed down quitea
Young Club, but according to state bit since the election, of course.
rules, there may be only one club But it will be interesting to talk
in our area with the name. to other party members about the
"You might say it is a power results."
bid," says Paul Wm. Sitgaard, Acting as voting delegates from FoR 1GAt
St. Petersburg optomitrist and leader the UF Young Republican Club are
of the Young Republican move- Miss Rita Traver; Mike Plunkett. t Y LASSif Ifp
ment in Pinellas County. vice president; Lydia Pfeiffer, secretary -
Charles Wilson, treasure of the ; and Charles Wilson, trea-
university group, will run for a *surer.
state office at the convention.
Deciding the Issues will be voting
delegates from each club,the num- the look

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Let's Talk It OverThe

great battle never came to pass. S r"WE'LL

Student Body Pres. Ken Kennedy vetoed the Legislative Council

bill that would force The Alligator to print the council minutes \lAt"trI >
and the council left the bill in limbo Instead of overriding the "
veto. LISTEN.

Both were wise decisions.The .

Alligator is not interested In locking horns with the

Legislative Council in a power struggle over this matter.

Frankly we're glad It was put back on the discussion level .............. ........
where it belongs and equally glad that the council membersand I lettetsI / ::.::::.::;.:::.::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::.::;:;.::..::..::..:.:::.::.::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:..:.::.:.;.:.:::.:::.:::.:::.:::.:::.:::.:::::::::::::::;:;':

Kennedy recognized this fact too.

As Kennedy pointed out, neither "side" could have won the

silly game of "who's got the power," which almost forced the

two "sides" into an unpleasant showdown.It C-31 'Films

was Kennedy's suggestion that leaders from the Legislative
On Movie Watchers
Council and editors of The Alligator sit down and clear the air

of differences through discussion instead of either side trying to nm

ram something down the throat of the other. EDITOR:
:::$::::::: EDITOR:
The council echoed his sentiments by Its comments at
Tuesday ::::
night's meeting, saying they wished to sit down In hopes of .... At the beginning of this trimester each of
obtaining "cooperation" from The Alligator.Let When I go to see a movie, there are two the students enrolled in C-31 were given a
Kinds of people that I always hope won't be
us repeat our earlier proposals to sit down "with anyone lecture program sheet listing eight
there. One is the kind that talks the
anytime" to discuss The Alligator, Its virtues and Its weak- during performances endorsed by the C-3 department.
film. The second Is the kind that leaves before
nesses. Of these eight we were required to attend
the film Is
This was no idle promise. The editors of this newspaper are over. four. The first of these, a book review of

Intent upon making The Alligator the best publication possibleand Taking the first one first -- the kind that "The Centaur," presented by Dr. Detweiler,

welcome all constructive "beefs." talk. Some are of the opinion that the theaterIs was presented (one night only on October 5.)

However. the place to carry on a conversation. They In the Florida Union Auditorium. The auditoriumwas

Do not expect us to agree with everything you say or every can't converse later at the 'burger Joint or the filled to capacity long before the many

complaint you have. Our product can be Improved upon and we coffee shop, no. .they've got to talk during the students were seated. The Union distributed

are the first ones to admit it.But we shall always try to act film and add their amateurish voices to the chairs for the aisle, widely Increasing capacity,

In the best Interests of the student body as a whole in our professionally tuned voices of the performers.Then but still many students were forced to stand.

decisions and not a small minority of students no matter how there are some who make wise-cracks, On November 7th and 8th another program,

important they may be or whom they may purport to represent. cat-calls and hisses. this time a film, "The Grapes of Wrath," was

But sit down and discuss we shall. .any time, any place. These are the ones who interrupt and even shown In the Health Center Auditorium. I

Talking Is our business.s.tyt&ffffff&ff&y&ffl destroy the mood that a serious and provocativefilm attended the latter performance on Sunday

Is trying to create. Nothing Is more evening. Upon arrival I found a line streaming

aggravating to a viewer who has become around the lobby In an endless train. While
:::&:::%::&::;:$::&::&::%::;:!:&:::::::::::::::1::::1:1:::::1::::1: ::1:::1:::::::1:1:1:::::::1::::1:::::1:1::::1::::1:1@1: ::::11;::, ,emotionally involved in the film, than to have waiting, I watched as many students left, having

someone destroy his mood with an Immature Just given up. Finally, after being shoved and

remark or animal-like sound. Jostled about, I was able to secure a ticket.

'TODAY'S QUOTE However, during a less-serious or comical Half the battle was won. Now I faced the

film, a well-placed and witty remark or wise- problem of finding a seat. Long ago the seats
had been filled by students who possessed the
"There is nothing more difficult to take in hand, more perilous crack can actually Increase the pleasure of
foresight to arrive early. There were only two
to conduct, or more uncertain in Its success,than to take the lead viewing the film.
alternatives, either stand for the performanceor
In the introduction of a new order of things." Now, the second of the two -- the kind who
take a seat in the aisle and peer around
get up and start walking out of the theater
the other students as well as possible. I chose
Niccolo Machiavelli during the last minute or so of the film. Their
the latter. I can not help wondering where
action gives the impression that they knew all
the students behind me finally deposited them-
the time how the film would end and since
exactly what they thought would happen, is
The major portion of the movie was spent
happening then
why stay on to watch the closing
The FloridaALLIGATOR seconds? shifting from one of eight basic positions to

another as soon as one became uncomfortable.One .
No matter how prophetic they may be, they
who has not experienced this Inconvlence
are disturbing those who like to enjoy the film
cannot understand the wonderful view from
to the very last frame. These are the kind who
behind people who are continually squirmingand
have never learned to enjoy the power, the
emotion of the closing seconds -- sometimesthe bobbing In discomfort. During one of the

Served by United Press: International most Influential and the most memorable more Important scenes many of the co-eds
part of the film. realized that curfew hour was rapidly
approaching (the starting time having been held
10, the talkers and the leavers can't be
up by the students who were still not seated)
Editor .. .. .. ...... ... .... ..... .. ..... .. ... .. Walker Lundy excluded from the theater, but the other viewers and
hurrldly left to return to their dorms,
Manning Editor ........ ..... .... .. .....to. .. .Joel Gaston can enter a plea -- please, during a serious missing the view
conclusion and disrupting the
Assistant Managing Editor ....to..... .... ..Nancy BracheyAssistant film especially, don't carry on conversations, of the remaining students.

Managing Editor ....... .. ... ......Dave Berkowitz or make remarks that reveal Immaturity, or I was not
present at the Saturday night per-
Editorial Page Editor to. to.......... ..... ......Ed Barber leave before the film Is over, completely over. formance but have conditions -
it on good report that
Sports Editor ... .............. ... .. .......Bruce Dudley Why not stay and enjoy the film until THE END? were
equally undesirable.The .
City Editor ... ..........to........to...... ....Skip Haviser C-3 department made it very clear thatit
Jerry Clarks
..... ...... ... expected Its students to attend as many of
: :-::-::;:::-;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::.:: :.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.: the
; programs as possible. As an added Incentivewe
Editorial Assistant --Jim Castello,Ann Carter,Don Feder. n. x
.... were warned that the final examination would
Donita Mathison, Tova Levin*. Sam I'llman, Ernie Litz idrculi- :
: EDITOR'S NOTE : contain
: : "heavy" questions on the program'scontent.
Uon llanapr'Sun KulpCartoontst), Ron Spencer GirySwallo*'.
Thus there was a good chance that at

least 2,000 of the C-31 students would
j 2,574
Reporters --Patti Pita (Student Government Beat Chief, Joe I CLYDE: Due to the pressures :$ attend. This coupled with the fact that some

1 Kollln, Bob Golub, Joe Waldorf, Sharon Kelley, Yvette Cardozo, :| placed upon him because of jijijj might bring dates and some students not enrolledIn

j Frank Shepard, Lee Alexander, Agnes Fowles, Th.lnu Mossman, his duties as a Journalism I In- :.: C-31 would attend, produced an overwhelming
Marjorie Green, Evan Langbein. David Kennedy, Terry Rogers, :x audience for the limited capacity of the

Susie Halback, Jeffrey Denkewalter, Dick Dennis. Beverly Fiber, | strucror Don Grooms has informed if: auditorium.The .

Dick Schneider, Greg Seitz, Sue Dobble, Lorraine Vlscardi. | us that he will not be i-i; purpose of attending these programs Is,
I believe, to drum a little culture Into the

: able to continue writing his .jij. minds of the unsuspecting freshman. I ask the

| popular column CLYDE. We |: C-3 department how they can hope to expecta
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaper favorable result when conditions are as

of the ,University of Florida and is published five times weekly | want to thank Mr. Grooms $;. unfavorable as they are now? In the future it

except during May, June and July when It Is published semi- | for his past efforts. We are |; would be desirable for the C-3 office to use
weekly. Only editorials represent the official opinion of The the foresight to give the average student the
Columns of their authors. | truly sorry to see Hope go |
Allifator. represent onty the opinions 1 opportunity to attend programs under more
1be'AWeator is entered as second class matter at the United down the drain. :: favorable conditions.

States Post Office at Gainesville. ?
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Joseph S.

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Thursday, Nov. 12, 1964, The Florida Alligator, :age 7MEMBERS
for Foreign American Students

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Activities Board


Plans FrolicsThe

Board of International Activities can students to participate in the ji

Is sponsoring International international parties,"Masri said. :
Frolics this Saturday night from "In the past, about 10 to 15 per _

1:30: to 1:30 at the Gainesville cent of the students attending the k 1 .,
Moose Lodge located at 1140 23rd frolics were American.The ?

Blvd. NE.Tickets.

are $3 a couple and are
on sale at the International Center Board of International Acti- ':i : ,

(Building AE). vities is sponsored by UF Student (

Government. Money from the SG /
budget supports the international ,..4 ... ;.;:,. ,..t
board's activities. -JI..!'.: p'o
"The Riversides," Cuban'bandfrom :. ..
Tampa will provide

"Every trimester we sponsora
large party," said Masri. "Al- r .

According to Sam I r Masri, though our main activity is Inter- "'. 4
chairman of the Board of Interna- national Week from Feb. 21-28

tional Activities, between 100 and where every foreign student club OF Scabbard and Blade salute while waiting for their cannon to fire
150 couples are expected."We presents an act from their own
during UF I
ceremonies commemorating Veteran's Day yesterday.
would like for more Ameri country.

I Chinese Relations Would Benefit U.S.Prof IH


The United States would benefit whether the recent atom bomb meeting between Russian and Red impossible.Dr. ference between the United States

from establishing diplomatic rela- development by Red China would Chinese leaders will be of no use Harrison added the' differences I and Russia as a result of Red
tions with Red China, but the pro- add Impetus to its attempt to become in patching up their differences.Dr. between the two Communist .China's atom bomb.
blem of foreign policy with regardto a member of the UN, but he countries are uncompromlsable.
UjS. allies prevents this recog- commented that China may not now Svarlien said the inherent nition, says Dr. John A. Harrison, want to become a member of the UN. philosophical and Ideological dif Dr. Harrison said the United of Nlklta Khrushchev, Dr.
director of the UF Department of Dr. Harrison and Dr. Oscar ferences between the Soviet Union States' relationship with the Soviet Harrison said he did not believe

History.Dr. Svarlien, professor of political and Red China are of such a natureas Union is primarily an ad hoc agree anyone "outside the Kremlin"

Harrison was not certain science, agree that the recent to make negotiations virtually ment. lie foresees no summit con knows the real reason behind this.


I Russia, Chinese To Hold Peace Talks I

Hit U.S.By,Copters RedsDA l from UPI I Big Huddle Set

NANG, Viet Nam (UPI) Early Next Year

Communist guerrillas shot up two
U.S. mercy helicopters in South Nuclear Submarine
Viet Nam
yesterday. They firedon
dozens of IfOSCOW (UPI)-The Soviet Union mental In the ouster of Khrush
others flying to the
rescue of and Communist China have agreed chev last month. Chou and Brezhnev -
victims of floods that
have drowned to hold peace talks In Peking worked out their agreement In
an estimated 1 200 Riots
Persons and left about one million Causes Jap early next year In a bid to restore five days of secret Kremlin talks.
homeless. at least surface unity to the They were the first Sino Soviet

While the helicopters braved split Communist world, authorita-. top level contacts since the Peking
Red fire, tire sources said Wednesday Moscow dispute broke Into the open
a UJS.
military spokesman -
in Saigon reported that more SASEBO, Japan (UPI) Thou- since the 1960 riots which forced three years ago.
clashed last President Dwight D. Eisenhowerto
American sands of Japanese
casualties were suffered Eastern European sources said"the
last week than in night with police during leftist- cancel his scheduled visit. The reported decision.*
any previousseven Soviet also has agreed to discuss -
days of the Vietnamese war. led demonstrations protesting the reached in Kremlin negotiations giving China the economic
Five were killed and 75 wounded first visit to Japan by a U.s. between Soviet Communist chief aid it vitally needs.
during the week nuclear-powered submarine. More Leonid I. Brezhnev and visiting
most ol them in It sent 2,500, police reinforce-
the Red mortar attack violence was feared when the U.S.S. Chinese Premier Chou EnIal.The .
on.the Bien to with an ex-
ments cope
Hoa Air Base.A Sea Dragon puts In at this southern The Soviet was said to want any
of leftists reported -
mob 14,000
renewed aid to come
Saigon port.
spokesman also reported in from across
pouring sources said the two leaders COMECON the Communist East
a new casualty a U.s. Air and sea patrolswere
the country.
version of the Common
Army enlisted also agreed to postpone until te European
man wounded during set to guard against any
up Market. Thus the burden would be
a Communist January or February a ,
mortar barrage The Japanese to block the Sea Dragon's
Tuesday worst attempt Moscow meeting of 20 world Communist shared with the satellites, notably
80 what could be the
miles braced for
-southwest of with fishing boats or other
Saigon. anti American demonstration passage parties. The meeting orl- Poland which has been pressing the ..
means. Cinally had been called by the deposed Kremlin to halt its public feuding

r-- Niklta S. Khrushchev for a with China.

showdown In the Slno-Soviet con-

The opposition Socialist partyurged flict. It bad been opposed by China. The Soviet Incurred the deep

Castro Talks To Student its followers to use "all hostility of the Chinese when It

means" to get the government to cut off most aid after the two nations
reverse its announced policy of According to the Communist split over Chinese demandsfor

allowing American nuclear sources, the Kremlin probably will a tougher anti-Western policy
HAVANA (UPI) Premier Fidel Castro has visited the powered submarines to call .t dispatch Mikhail A. Suslov, Its top and China's claim to much of
University of Havana campus for the past two nights, discussing Japanese ports. ideologist to Peking for the bilateral 'Soviet Asia.

student problems, the government controlled press peace talks They said I....

reported Wednesday.It sir Soviet official may precede The sources said the ouster of

was understood students were complaining that textbooks The pro ..ek Inc JapaDCom- him to set up machinery for the Khrushchev opened the door for the ...

either are scarce or too expensive. muAist Party and the extremist negotiations. Chou'Breihnev talks.But they said
Castro was said to have complained that although the student organization the Kremlin has acted chiefly out

government invested $70,000 abroad in buying 700 sets of which Zeogakuren masterminded the Suslov, the author of major attacks of a desire to tone down on* aide

4xtbooks only 100 had been used by students. 1960 riots also ordered membersout on China, was reported U of its two-front political battle- h
in force. have been one of the men Instru with China and with th West

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8, The Florida Alligator Thursday>', Nov. 12, 1964


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____ Thursday, Nov. 12, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 9 ,.

IJJIJJ a Kappa NEWLY-CHOSEN Tau fraternity Phi Lit-

< wrF tle'Sistert of the Laurelare
: _
front row, left to rightare

0 front rowleft to right,
Bonnie Stacks, Alpha Om-

icron Pi; Carol Cash, Alpha -

Chi Omega; Genny
? Monte, Kappa Delta; Sue

Werne, Zeta Tau Alpha;

and back, left to right,

Sherry Brush, Kappa Del-

ta; Meredyth Myers, Kap-

pa Delta; Linda Cave,

Delta Gamma; Sunny Parks,

independent; Robbie Blake,

Alpha Delta Pi. Not pictured -

are Jenni Leinbach,
Alpha Delta Pi; Lynda ..

and Jan Wackenhut, Del-

SOTS Gets OK To OrganizeThe ta Zeta. M _

'- GAtoR

Society for the Obliterationof 26, said SOTS chairman Frank SOTS Executive Secretary Richard "Cofer will outline our present w
the Tri-monsterSystemSOTS), Cofer J2. met with Assistant Deanof Shaffer, said that corres- plan of action and get the ball
received permission to organize Men William G. Cross yester- pondence affording questions of the rolling," Laenen said.
yesterday at the office of the Deanof day afternoon and received organi- group's purpose will be answered JA:
Men, according to Tony Laenen, zation permission.First during the Thursday meeting. .
spokesman for the group. meeting is scheduled at Shaffer has recehed about 15
This permission does not con- the Florida Union Room 324 next inquiries, Laenen said, from interested -
stitute offical recognition. A move Thursday at 8 p.m. students both off and on
by the group for official recognition "We expect to have a good turn- campus. According to Laenen, the
comes before a 12-man boardat out for this first organizational purpose of the meeting will be to BQ3Qk9I
a later date, according to the meeting, expecially those students draft a Constitution for the society -
Dean of Men's office. who genuinely feel that the tri- and to generally Inform stu-
Laenen, one of the initial five mester should be abolished," said dent members of the purpose of
who organized: the society Oct. Laenen. the organization. B

I Would You Believe It? v

I Students Prefer Free Rides Fashion thaw. (

i: i
brings bright new ,
pastel ideas to '
Nlnety.one and eight-tenths per who don't ride the bus, 77.4 per stops at Corry Village. melt heart. ,. '
cent of the UF students ridingthe cent still want to remain free Between 7:50 and 8:15: a.m. the your I
bus returns to Hume hail The second Here the reedy
Student Government (SG)spon- of charge. '
sored bus service want the ser- The service runs for the first stop at Sorority Row Is at skirt in fully
vice to remain free of charge three class periods In the morning, 8:30 a.m. Students are then returned I lined wool
according to a survey completed by making the last run in time for to the library.At flannelpasteled-
Marty J. Schwartz, secretary of students to get to a 9:50 a.m.class. 8:55 a.m. a second stop Is to pr /
the interior. The bus schedule starts between made at Flavet HI and at 0 a.m. perfection.SKIRT .
in the morningIn the bus stops for the second timeat
According to the survey, 58.3 7 and 7:15 a.m.
per cent of the students living on front of Hume Hall. At 7:20 Corry Village. --- $8 111
the It Sorority Row.Thenit Between 9:15 and 9:30 a.m. the
route of the bus have riddenit a.m. stops
at one time or another. brings its passengers to the lib- bus returns to Hume Hall and stopsat
Sorority Row at 9:35: a.m.,
Sizes 5-15
"The bus is filled every day rary.
and the survey indicates that it At 7:35: a.m. it picks up students making the last trip to the library
might even be a little crowded," at Flavet III, and at 7:40 a.m. from there.
said Schwartz.SG .
allots a part of Its ..budgetto I1;'EiSt
cover the bus service. The gas OPEN
for the university-owned bus and k rc d '
the driver's salary is paid for
by SG. jvv
"Last year SG charged a five
cent fare," said Schwartz "but
the fare did not half cover the cost
of the bus and actually delayed ser- A. I
vice because of the time it tookto
collect the fares from students.
Tb..eIIW1P Open
"All the fare did was slow down
the bus service," added Schwartz. Your Student

"We are working with the driver Charge AccountPersonality
now to try to eliminate stops thataren't y
needed to make service fas
ter." f

"One Interesting: thing that the JJumpt3T
survey revealed." commented
Schwartz- "Is. that of the students Large Del Monico,

Baked Potatoes

Florida Union THURSDAY Tossed Salad "''''

Names Hot Buttered Rolls I
STEAK NIGHT 5-9 P.M. 97c

Hannan has been
selected as the UF delegate to the The
annual regional conference of the HUMPTY DUMPTYDRIVEIN

Association of College Unions, 8 E. University Avenut ..
scheduled this year at Florida State
university Nov. 1214. t RESAURAHT i Open to 9 p.m. Fridays

fop Daily 'til 5:30 .
Florida Union Board of EVERY DAY, GOOD
Student Activities participates In 310 M.W.13th SL
the Conference yearly. FR2-5387


10, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, Nov. 12, 1964


I Mark Twain' TonightWith

readings, anecdotes and bits of humor, Dr. from 12-5 p.m. at the Information booth and at Room
George William Smith will portray Mark Twain in 315, Florida Union.
lecture tonight at 8:15 p.m. In the University If the show extends beyond curfew, girls must carrya
Auditorium."An program back to their dorms to be let In.
Smith says he prefers college audiences because
Evening With Mark Twain" Is sponsored by they are "more appreciative."
the Florida Union Fine Arts Committee. The show is One critic says Smith "weaves a spell of artisticand
on a coast-to-coast tour. Tickets will be on sale today dramatic delight: for two hours he IS Mark Twain ; ,$'.

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I F Key I Council w A

(Continued From Page 1)) (Continued From Page 1)) You WON'T SEIt.. SEMOle

He must have engaged in at least place a former justice.No one knewof council members have already ac
three fields of extra-curricular any vacancies, or any one who quired two unexcused absences. UA/I..E.S S You. E d IE.
activity, and he must excel In one needed replacement, so Lester M. Named were Johlll 11. Brown(Gator
phase. (Buddy) Blain motioned the actionto ), Eric M. Dohogne (V.O.T.E.),
Florida Blue Key Is dedicated to be tabled until some Investigation and Hugh R.McKain Jr.(V.0.T.E.). ];> 0rT Nollp
service and the welfare of the can be made.
UF. Its three main activities each Three other committee chair- p
Arthur Ivan Jacobs, past Gator men said that had
year are Homecoming In the fall, though they
the Speakers Bureau in the spring, Party floor leader, was elected nothing to report so far, they are
and a year round television pro- student representative to the Fac- planning to begin work soon. They
gram broadcast weekly by five stations ulty Disciplinary Committee.Five are Roseann Spicola, chairmanof
In the state. committee chairmen gave the Academic Affairs Committee -
Since its beginning In 1923, Blue reports. ; and Allison E.W. Conner,
Key has sponsored and done most chairman of the Publications Committee -
of the work connected with Home- Price, chairman of the buagec: \.
coming. It was founded loosely at and Finance Committee,announced
first to assist In the handling of that council had appropriated Four council members from Gator -
"Dad's Day," the day In which $4,096 for special requests this Party who were no longer able
alumni and guests were invited to trimester. He said the budget was or willing to serve the remainder
visit the campus. Many of its Inductees originally $19,536 so the council of their terms on council were i
over the years have gone still had $15,440 to spend. replaced by party appointments.

far as leaders of Florida and the Thomas D. Taft, chairmanof Charlotte J. Mirabella replaced w
nation. Dennis E. Guidi, Helen K.Woble
Excuse Committee, said three ..
During the spring Blue Key organizes replaced Calvin C. Jordon, JoanC. :
Its Speake rl'Bureau which Gilmour replaced Carolyn Williams -
sends members as speakers to Air Society and Constance L. Hickson
many of the civic clubs throughout replaced Sally B. Stidham.
the state.It .
Initiates 24
also presents a weekly tele-
vision program over five stationsIn YOU
the state including WUFT-Chan- New MembersArnold
nel G.

Although there are Blue Key Air Society, advanced
organizations on many other campuses AFROTC honorary society, has
throughout the nation, Flor- Initiated 24 new members, It has
ida Blue Key Is unique In that It been announced.The .SQi44WS tVlTI OR gMNKS
does not belong to the national
Initiates all have a minimum (:7A
chapter In 1935, the UF chapter 2.8 overall grade point aver- a ARE 'V RObM ,12 of 'rHFFLoftwA
withdrew from thenatlonalorgani age and a 3.0 Military Air Science Q aO
zation on grounds that admissions average. q Q t 4NJOW IVE '
policies were becoming too lenient. 41I
They are: Earl W. Connor, Dan ,
The only time activities have Cromer Locke
Stephen Jeffery
been suspended by the chapter was May, Clive A. Arlington, Charles DAy oMs P.1. .
during World War II. They were Fosha, Chris Hagar, Charles M.

suspended by a unanimous vote of Heltsley, Randolph Lee, Larry M. a TNty WAIIT To gEE You. .
chapter prevent the possi- Lyon, George G. McCulley, RossE. and aGATOR
ble lowering of the high standards .
Miles, Richard Post, Christo-
required for membership. pher Ptachik, Gerald Salvo, AlvinE. AD
Florida Blue Key was reactivated Schlechter, Ronald E. Smith,
In 1946 when 10 could makebeautiful
former Blue Richard
P. Solloway, ElwlnR.
Key members enrolled as studentsof Thrasher, Bruce Matya, Forest music
the UFo Nichols, Kent D. Austin, Robert
S. Llndsey and Alan E. Wright.


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Thursday, Nov. 12, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 11

? Florida Basketball Team Faces

none but

you, youWear Rough Opponents In Tough SECFlorida's

basketball team will

face some of the roughest cagersin

the nation during Southeastern '
/ d
t. Conference action this 1

Heading the list will

who the Gators take

i season.

Kentucky, whose 1964
,, ,
?'* It the 21st for Coach
? n u/I ,, }
in 32 seasons of SEC

not be giving up the
but the Wildcats will

lot of stiff competition.
4 Tennessee, who

Georgia Tech for

last year, plans a
crown depslte the

American gua rd

Coach couple Americans of Ray, J Junior Jimmy Mears 1 ; it 1p4:4 ; aI

Red Robbins, to join __
A.W. Davis and I

the rush for the trophy.Meanwhile

State and

knoted in a three way

place last year, are ,1..3.

the The top place Bulldogs too., who often.'S Jeff Ramsey, left, and Gary Keller are scheduled to see plenty

SEC games than they basketball team this year as cagers shoot for SEC crown.

first time since

were primarily Monday Night
sophomore squad, and Play

Lawson plans to

tuned up for the basketball

race.At LSU, Coach court Mon- IN THE WHIRLPOOL. o t tf' to
to play
has the league's
and D team
scorer In Dick Matte
for Scho
the league's top

center Bill Wilson.Vanderbilt's .
Roy time Flor-

lost one man from his to see Coach
split two games Gator bas- "
Kentucky last year. .
Mississippi w
championship four of and finished Sport Editor

cent years Kentucky Confer- the Southeastern Conference football
have clinched
Alabama may
PostGradslacks it and will be
along with In crown, but the Florida football team is still going to a bowl came,

byhis. year and Tulane. and the Gator basketball team has a good chance at the SEC basketball i

Also a 16 -g a me crown. basketball
for this the SEC
With gridiron battles still hot and heavy,
schedule,schedule, the team still squads are in the middle of their seventh week of practice and the

tenders 14 game face-to-face accordingto 11 SEC teams give firm indication that the most exciting championship

the Gator coach. race.yet Is Just around the football corner.At .
least nine of the 11 squads appear to be stronger than a yearago

with only two teams, Kentucky, the 1964 clumps, and Mississippi,
You're the epitome of wisdom OF FLORIDA who broke even with a 77 record In SEC play, suffering the loss
when you choose these long; of Irreplaceable men. who led thtf
and-lean pants.They trim you BASKETBALL SCHEDULE The Wildcats graduated All-American Cotton Nash, who placed
1964.65 and Ted
up and taper you down. Post league In scoring with a 24.8 average

Grads are the sine qua non DATE OPPONENT SITE TIPOf' fourth with a 10.6 average
of campus styles because Gainesville 8:00 p.m. EST The Rebels lost the runner-up to Nash In the scoring race, Donnle

they're absolutely authenti Dec. 2 YMI Kissinger, plus their leading reboundr, Ron Davidson.
:00 EST the SEC title as the
Neat belt loops. Narrow-but- Dec. 5 Stetson Gainesville p.m. Florida Is definitely a strong contender for The veterans
8 15 EST are loaded with a troop of veterans
not-too-narrow cuffs. Shaped Tallahassee : p.m. Gator cagers
FSU 24 and lost 24 In the
9 which has won
You Dec. the core of a team
on-seam pockets. can EST
8:00 and not the kind
look perfect for a pittance Dec. 19 Miami (Fla.) Miami EST past two years. This Is a .500 batting average

since they cost but $6.98 ;a 21 H. Carolina Gainesville 8:00 p.m. that wins titles. Guiding the Gator
pair in 55% Acrilan Acrylic, However, there's much more to be and Tom
29-30 Gator BowlGeorgia will be two senior giurds, Brooks
45% Rayon. Buy 'em and Dec. offense 30 points a
woooo! ( Woke 8:00 p.m. EST Baxley. Between them last year, they averaged over

"Chemstrand Registered: Trademark Forest, Texas) Jacksonville game.Besides.
meaning, that these slacks are unconditionally Gainesville, 8:00 p.m. EST leading the Gator cigers with a 17.3 scoring average
guaranteed for one full year's normal Jan. 2 Tulane defensive player In the
named the top
wear. Gainesville 8:00 p.m. EST last year, Henderson was
Jan. 4 LSU SEC by the conference coaches
Auburn, Ala. 8:00 p.m. CST Teaming up with Bailey and Henderson will be a trio of talentedbut
Jan. 9 Auburn CST things tough for Gator foes .
should make
Get who
your Storkyille, Miss. 8:00 p.m. young tree-toppers
Post GradSlacks Jan. 14 Miss. State CST under the board as they gain more experience.Jeff .
:00 out todent
8 be
Oxford Min. p.m. Keller 6 foot 0,
6 foot 10 and Gary
Mississippi Ramsey,
16 who
Jon. Keller,
At: Gainesville 8:00 p.m. EST defenses from their double post positions.
Jan. 21 Miami (Fla.) 3:15 EST sat out last year with llness, has great potential.Ramsey .
and is a
Gainesville, do..ln-rane.,
Jan. 23 Kentucky CST features a good jump shot from
eta Tuscaloosa, Ala. 8:00 p.m.
u Jan. 25 Alabama likely 6 foot 9 senior forward.
Ky. 8:00 p.m. GSTFeb. The fifth starter will be Dick Tomlinson, a
lexington, Gator scorer tot year with a .-
Kentucky second leading
Jan. 30 8:00 EST Tomlinson was the
1 Tennessee 16.4 average. action this year are
mragrc EST to see
Gainesyille 8:00 p.m. Two other Gator lettermen expected scholastically
Feb. 8 Auburn and Taylor Stokes. Both were
8:00 EST center, Bob Hoffman,
p.m. for the
Gainesville Richard Peek, who played
State last year. This year
Miss. Ineligible
Feb. 13 EST scholastically
he Is
8:00 p.m. the Ituonbeeau.e
Gainesville Gators list year, Is sitting out
Mississippi .
: Feb. 15 Nashville, Tenn. 8:00 p.m. CST Ineligible. basketball squad art Harry Winkler, Ed
= ;eb. 20 Vanderbilt 8:00 EST Rounding out the Gator
Goinesville p.m. McElroy, Ed Mahoney and David
Poor. Gary
Feb. 23 FSU 8:00 EST to be filled with some of the top teams lathe
Go. p.m. The SEC Is going
Athens, uoscarred.
27 Georgia nobody Is going to make It through the season
Feb. 8:00 EST nation and
p.m. of the heap when
Gainenille have the potential to be on the top
But the Gators
1 Tennessee
Mor. 8:00 p.m. EST through the hoop.whowho .
13 W Univ. Georgia Gainesville the last ball goes
Mar. 5


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Pettee Talks ; 0is


I i L About Quitting

, < Florida linebacker Roger Pet- and stopped because of personal

') tee talked to the press yesterday reasons which I don't want to
ti to "clarify" his alleged dismissal elaborate on," the linebacker said.
\ from the Gator football team. "I don't feel like I need his J

l "Coach Graves didn't dismiss or (Graves') protection. Nothing happened -
J drop me from the squad," the that I need protection from,"
senior linebacker said. said Pettee."I .
I tt1
; "I called Graves and resigned have no animosity or ill feelIngs -

I myself," Pettee said. toward anybody In the athletic
Pettee said he decided to talk department and just want the truthto
to the press after reading some of be known," Pettee said.
the state papers that reported he "I hope they go on and have a
\ i: was dropped from the team because great season. I'm just going to l
f .? for "disciplinary actions." concentrate on graduating," the
1 "I have never been on the car- senior said.

I pet this year for disciplinary :action Coach Ray Graves made no fur-
\ ," Pettee said. ther comment on Pettee's leavingthe
I *
i"I was just unhappy playing here squad at Wednesday's practice.

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ati a

Florida Statistics 4. a e

FLORIDA GREEKS practice for big flag football game against Florida State

t INDIVIDUAL PASSING Greeks which will be played on the track field west of the ROTC drill field
AU. Compo Pet. Intr. Gain TD
Spurrier 78 46 .590 7 639 5 Saturday at 1 p.m. Admission will be 25 cents with the proceeds going to

Shannon 21 15 .714 2 182 0 "Dollars for Scholars. Practicing here are, from left to right, John Jokinen,

Trammell 4 0 0 0 0 0 Beta Theta Pi, Eric Andersen, Delta Sigma Phi; Rick Solloway, Pi Lambda Phi,

PUNTING GAME and Mickey Fries, Kappa Alpha.

Kicks Yds. Blk. Avg.

Spurrier 36 1463 0 40.4 Florida Greeks In Dollars Tilt
Seymour 3 129 0 43.0 I

Team ',,'1 8 ,1': .;, 8.0
UF's Fraternity All-Stars take "Florida State has agreed to half of "Dollars For Scholars."

PUNT RETURNS on the Fraternity All-Stars from come down here for this game, Each of the 26 UF fraternities
No. J'ds.: A vg. TOs Florida State University In a gameof and we have promised to take our will contribute their best flag-
Trammell 7 156 22.3 1 flag-football this Saturday afternoon Fraternity All-Star squad to Tal- football player for the contest..
Harper 7 132 18.9 1 at 1 p.m. on the UF track lahassee during the second trimes-
Poe 1 28 28.0 0 field. ter to play a benefit basketball
Bennett 6 25 4.2 0 The purpose of the game will game for an F'SUfund-raisingpro- s#
Shannon 2' 5 2.5 0 be to raise money for UF's "Dol- ject."
lars For Scholars" N astctCo11ege
program. The game may become an an
INDIVIDUAL RUNNING Dill Fleming, Service Chairmanof nual event, and, said Fleming,
Runs Gain Lost Net. Avg. the Inter-Fraternity Council "Will continue to be held on be-
Dupree 65' 247 2 245 3.8 stated, "Besides serving a good
Harper 31 162 12 150 4.8 purpose, the game promises to bea
Spurrier 79 240 102 138 1.8 real good one and should heigh-
Felber 45 138 8 130 2.9 ten the spirit of rivalry between

Shannon 31 124 3Z 9Z 2.9 UF and FSU.Welsch. Cowboy Hats
Knapp 13 88 0 88 6.8
Daeszle 14 53 3 50 3.6
Jordan 11 38 0 38 3.5 '
Poe 7 48 14 34 2.0

McKeel 5 28 0 28 5.6 St. CloudCross $3.99GITCR'SHCP'
Newcomer 1 4 0 4 4.0
Kirk 1 2 0 2 2.0 Country Coach Walter
Trammell 5 5 10 -5 Welsch Is still InSt.Cloud Hospital

where he was taken following an
automobile accident early Tuesday

morning when the team was returning -

I i Backfield Back In ShapeFlorida's Welsch's from wife a victory reports over the Miami.coach

will be transferred to Gainesville,
backfield will be backat The Gators ran through a light but
know how long It
full potential when it meets! Flor- practice yesterday, and today they will be. 1710 W.THK-OOLD UNIVERSITY COAST XVENUXON "

ida State's Seminoles according to will put on pads for the first timeas Welsch has a broken left arm anda
Coach Ray Graves. they prime for the Seminole' dislocated right elbow.Both arms
"Depth Is great thing," said attack. are in casts, according to Mrs.
Coach Graves. To Illustrate his Bill Rlchbourg was slowed up at Welsch. Which field will offer

point Graves pointed to the fact the Florida practice with a flare Pat Sheppard was the only player
that the Gators were almost with- up of an old knee Injury but In the
Injured one car accident.
out a fullback In the Georgia game. Graves said It was nothing serious. has
Shpppard a broken bone over 100,000 high-paid jobs
However Larry Dupree, John his right eye.
Felber and Graham McKeel will

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