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Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: November 13, 1964
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Pearl Buck Speaks At UFo Today '!


MAUREEN COLLINS functions and L. -IPS committee titer Prize for Literature In ican fiction" published Flesh") is awarding her the !
Staff Writer announced yesterday. 1931 for her novel."The Good between 1930 and 1935. The prize. I
Pearl S. Buck Nobel prize- Students and faculty may Earth." book has been translated into She has also written "This t
winning novelist Is giving a attend.. In 1&35, she received the 30 language. Proud Heart. "Today and \ t
surprise visit to the UP to Miss Buck was the first Houells Academy of Arts and The Nobel prize committee Forever," "Dragon Seed,"
day.She American woman to receivethe Letters literary award for cited her novels about the and "My Several World?," an
will speak at 11:45: this Nobel prize for literature "The Good Earth." The academy parents. "The Exile" and autobiography. Her first published II
morning in McCarty Hall awarded In 1938. termed it the "most "Fighting Angel," (both pub. novel was "East Wind:
Auditorium, the UP public She also received the Pull- distinguished work of Amer lished as "The Spirit and the West Wind."

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57, No. 52 University of Florida,Gainesville Friday, Nov. 13, 1964 .s:
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Sellout Crowd Expected For FrolicsTV


For FSU Game ,


Out of BigA

complete sell out Is expectedfor
rfraternlty Council's (IFC)
Fall Frolics by the 8 p.m. curtain -
JOE KOLLIN I lit time tonight, according
Staff Writer to Frolics publicity coordinator,
Andy Hall.
Chances of a closed circuit television The few remaining tickets will

broadcast of the UF-FSU r be on sale this morning at the Information -
game are nil, according to stu- Uooth across from the
dent Body President Ken Kennedy. Hub Hall said.

Frolics weekend features

"It's almost out of the questionto y comedy and musical entertainment

transmit the game here live," provided by Godfrey Cambridge,
Kennedy said "but If there Is any the Lettermen and Uud and Travis
outside chance we will exploreIt. tonight, and an all-star fraternity
." football game between Florida and
Florida. State tomorrow.
Hall said It Is the policy of the

IFC not to oversell tickets fur
Kennedy Making
Frolics. Tickets are sold In pro-
portion to the seating capacityof
Platform ProgressSee Florida Gym. He said seats are
on a flrat..cometlr.t ..rvebasls.
Master of ceremonies for
Pages 4-5
the evening will be UF alumnus ,
'4 4t Dutch Schaffer presently of radio k
station WUWU.
Closed circuit telecast of the
game scheduled for Nov. 21 would
cost at least $15,000 according to :
John R. Haney, program managerfor n e Abound

WUFT. 13)J 1 I

Haney said the FSU television It 1 _
station and WUFT are not connected a
by a micro wave link to bring : af Graham
the game here. *

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Staff Writer times for the second run are:
I 8:19, 8:30 and 8:45 at the same
I Leg I; a gentleman otfet lady locations.
/ ?" won't be the. ques- Anyone needing transportation to
weekend around Graham the party alter 9:15 should call 6-
P:;::; :;: Instead ladies wtar Ing bunny 3261 extension %2230 Snldell said.
:: and tails will be handing out Official Graham Area Playboyswill
;::: Staff Writer \:
to all Playboys at the be on hand In all the dorms
:::: Unless The Alligator Improves jj
::: Legislative Council Area Playboy party and on the Bunny Bus to serve as
: for 8:30 tomorrow night. escorts.
:: will be made to override i
:: |: gala affair has dancing,floor Dress for the party depends on
:: veto of the bill requiring It
::' prizes, free drinks and which of three rooms gueitsenter. i'
:: full Leg Council minutes,
: atmosphere on Its agenda, Two party rooms, the VJ.P. rooms
: Barker Jr, 3AS, who Introduced
to Frank Snldell, party nd the Penthouse are dressy(coat,
::: weeks ago.Barker ::;
tit and heels required). The Play-
: ; said he has the f
Bus service has been rom Is Informal and slacks and
:::: veto.
y ; to pick up bunnies and si/ortj shirts are acceptable.Playboys .
u Kennedy vetoed the bill at Interested InatUnding.Glrls and their dales will be
:? p.m. before the 8:30 p.m. the ., '
to be ready on time, refreshed during
;f Cou-.cll Monday, said Barker, said. and dancing bra variety of free t
s{ ponents of the bill no time to first run of the Bunny Bus drinks Including the "Bunny a
:ff veto. f for Bunnies and hostesses Bash" tM "MartunI," uJ.nnJnc.a
::: In addition he said, The f Times and places are Bro- Joy Juice," and the "Yule i iCooile.
r editorially that Leg Council was r and Rawllngs parking ."
'f ing little. :: ; Yutot Area parking lot. Snidell said floor shows are
r Better coverage. *ld Barker and at the U.S. Mall box In scheduled for 9:30,10:30100 11:30.
shown greater accoiqrllthments. of Jennings Hall at 7:45.: Music will be provided by two
}i (Continued on page ) ( ) : its second trip the Bunny bands, the Playboys and the Four

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Creel Speaks SGERAl Myths :.:.:.:.
::::::1' Dr. Austin Creel,professor Ulmer of Aylanta, for- Dr. Farhang Zabeeh, Phllo:1::1;::;
1 ::1:: of religion, will talk to guests mer FSU football team cap- sophy Department will talk on 1:::1:1 r y
:::::::; of the Hlllel Foundation Sunday tain (1959) and peace corps "Myths of Determinism" at ::::::::
1111 11: morning at 11:30 on "Cul worker in Nigeria, will talk the Liberal Religious Forum :::::::; 5 pvR "' 1 1,iM
:::::: tural Pluralism and the on civil rights at a Student Sunday night at 7:30 in Florida ::::::::
:::::: American Tradition." Group for Equal Rights meet- Union Johnson Lounge.Coffee ::::::::
Ing Sunday night at 8 in Florida and discussion will follow :::::::;
m Union Room 324. Topic for the talk. ;:::::::

Ulmer's speech Is "Civil j::::
Lutheran Rights and the College Stu-
;::1:1::;: dent." Pi Lambda Theta :|::::|::;
s Lutheran students are reminded *
Members of Pi Lambda :$::;::
::::::::':; Mockingbird"to see tomorrow"To Kill night a ExecutivesTen Theta will meet tomorrow :$::::::$:: How To Get Ahead
#>: morning at 10 in Florida Union |gj:::
::: at 8:15. Medical Center, since
:::::::. the film will be discussed at students have been Johnson Lounge for a busiX;:::;::-:
named for the Religion-in- ::::1:::: On Campus
:::::::: a meeting Sunday night at I; ness meeting. ':':':'.
::1:1::: at the First Lutheran Church. Life Week executive commit
tee. They are: Sherry Allen,
3AS; Susan Atteridge, 3AS; India Club Il
Nancy Calhoun, 2UCRonLan-
; | Famous Films .
Slides of India and a talk ::::::::
ier, 2UC Joan LeChot, 3AS .
|11111:j:$1j "Lust for Life" will be Cathy Skinner; 2UC; and; about the life former Prime ::1:1:1::: ...rt
::::::::;: shown tonight at 8:15 at the Skeeter Wooten Minister Nehru are slated for ::::::::
:::$:::::: Medical Center Auditorium 2UC. meeting of the India Club tomorrow ::;::::;
;gig:::;: and "To Kill 'a Mockingbird" at 8 p.m. In Florida ::;:::::
:;:::::$ will be shown at the same Union Room 324. Refresh- ::::::
:::::$::: time and place tomorrow and EntomologyPeople ments will be served In the j:11
::::::'.:::: Sunday. Admission is 30 cents.Hostesses Johnson Lounge. .:.:.:.: !

II bugs may with meet an tomorrow Interest at in FastingStudents j j -x

the Austin Cary Memorial -
........ Forest, 1 to 7 p.m., for the who have meal con, ; n; (l I
:::::::: The Florida Union Hostess Newell Entomological So- tracts with the University of :::::::: Ii
:::::: Committee will meet Monday ciety's first annual fall pic- Florida Food Service are ::;:::::
:::::::: night at 7 in FU Room 220 nic. Those attending should asked to voluntarily abstain ::1:::1:
:::::::: to work on plans for re- bring hamburgers or hot dogs; from one meal anytimebefore :::;:::;
::1:1:1:1::: ceptions. refreshments will be provided Thanksgiving, Nov. 20, sothat ::::::::
by,(he society. hungry Negro families In Mississippi ::;::::
Iii may eat. ::::;::
Book Review The program sponsored by :::;:::
.......; tho Student Group for Equal :::;:::
:::::::: "A Separate Piece"by John Unitarian
Rights, is part of a National 1 1 1 1
1 s:::: Knowles will be reviewed Harry Wylie, headmaster Intercollegiate project. Food :::::::
::::: Monday night at 7:30 by Dr. cf mathematics at the Glas. Service has agreed to contri- ::::::
:::::::. Robert Detweller and Dr.John cow, Scotland, school system, bute money for each meal :::::::
::::::: Penrod, both of the English will talk about the Unitarian saved; those not having meal :::;:::
::::::: Department. The discussion church In his native country tickets may send a check in ::::::::
::::::: will be at the Baptist Student Sunday morning at 11 a.m. at care of Julian Brown,Georgia ::::;::.
::::::: Center. 1024 N.W. 10th Ave. Seagle Hall, Gainesville.xv.vv..v.v.v.w.v.v.v.v.v.v.. :::::1:

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'CONTENT NOT SATISFACTORY' Friday, Nov. 13, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 3

I Greek Publication Held UpMAUREEN Lambda Chi's

COLLINS "The content and substance were "This put a time pressure on the "The paper contained- too much To Host PartyThirty

Staff Writer not as we wanted them. The Greek editor and consequently the front Identification with individual fra-
emphasized individual frater- page turned into an advertisementfor ternities. The Greek didn't have

Publication of the Gator Greek, nities, and the social aspect of Frolics. This would not be much outside appeal;it was strictly six boy at Sunland Training at
Center will guests a
the Inter fraternity Coun- fraternity life," Benedict said. suitable for the distribution we've campus oriented," Douthat added.
party given by Lambda Chi Alpha
cil's newspaper, Is being held up "Because this issue will be dis- planned. Fraternity Sunday at ':30 p.m.
because the content Is not satis- tributed throughout to communityof "It was just a misunderstanding Benedict said I he expects the The fraternity will take refresh-
between the IFC and due Gator Greek to be at the
factory, says IFC President Barry Gainesville to businessmen and me published
ments to the center and play football
Benedict. to some of the state legislators, to a lack of communication," edi- end of this trimester or the
and baseball with the boys
"The Greek was ready to go to we wanted the service aspect of tor Douthat said. beginning of next.Don't from Gumwood Cottage. The boys

press over week ago."said Greek fraternity life stressed" 13-13 old.
are years
editor John Douthat, "but it was Benedict said.
Gumwood Cottage has been sponsored -
held the IFC "We wanted the Greek out In
up by governing coun- 'Stereotype'AlumniAlsobrook by the fraternity since 19C2.
cil." time for Fall Frolics" he added.
The Lambda Chi Alpha's visit the
cottage at least two times each


Thomas Rivers, first vice-

president of the fraternity, said
the brothers and pledges who participate -
SPEAKER: HARRY WYLIEHeadmaster "Don't stereotype an alumnus as according to what It does and does in the visits find them very

of Mathematics, Glasgow the drunk who sits in the west side not do. rewarding.
"The Alumni Association Is a nonprofit
of the stands at Florida Rivers emphasized the needs of
said Al Alsobrook, Assistant Director corporation established to the Sunland residents to have contact .

TOPIC: COMMENTS ON THE of Alumni Affairs yesterday.At build a unity among Florida men and with people outside the center.In .
In the Blue women for the purpose of raising
a luncheon given
UNITARIAN CHURCH OF SCOTLANDAll a letter to the fraternity,
leader academic standards, Alsobrook
Hub for dorm
Room of the L.C. Crook, coordinator of special
by the Alumni Association yester- said. services at Sunland, said, "the
Who Are Interested Are Welcome day, Alsobrook identified the Alumni He said the Association has never
residents (patients) need to have
HAM.SUNDAY, Nov. 15 1024 NW 10th AVENUE Association In general terms hired nor fired a football coach, socializing experiences with
does not handle football seating or
people from outside the
pay for football players' textbooks. Institution."
explained that the Alumni Asso-
Rivers said the only costs Involved
ciation functions out of a central office -
were time and the money
on the UF campus and Is supported
spent on refreshments. Gumwood
by some 40 state alumni
Cottage Is one of the fraternity'
clubs and five out-of-state groups
service projects.
"These groups serve as grassroots -
contacts for the needs and attitudes -

of the public." Alsobrooksaid. Eureka Co-Eds


iNE_tON METE 1111ET1 STORE a x. : > He stressed the necessity of having Gain on Boys
an alumni body Interested In
raising academic standard saying Each UF girl has lost ,03

that without It. "we'll look back of a boy since last school year.

a tY later and ask why we didn't do some There are now 2.32 boys
thing." for every girl enrolled at the

He asked the dorm leaders to make UF as compared to last year's

it their jobs to keep the UF "the figure of 2.35. l
best institution In the state of Flor This number Is based onen-
ida." rollment figures as of Oct.

30, 1964. At that time there
Student Government Secretary of
were 10,907 boys and 4,737
Alumni Affairs Charlie -
that yesterday's luncheonwas girls enrolled.

the first In a series Intendedto

spread understanding of the functions TEP Fraternity

s a.ty of the Alumni Association among -
1 student leaders so they In
Elects OfficersTau
3 ; turn can educate other students

Also in attendance was Spurgeon Epsilon Phi social fraternity"'

R. Cherry, Director of Intramural has elected new officers for this

Cherry told the students they probably trimester.
Y didn't realize It now but that They are Martin I. Edwards,

4 later they would understand "!low chancellor; Harvey A. Khlte,

great It Is to stand up and say vice chancellor; Calvin 111. Rel-

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4, The Florida Alligator, Friday, Nov. 13, 1964

54 Down 12 to Go on SG Platfor

Kennedy said that, in addition, each office will
PATTI PITZ mine that it's not feasible, Kennedy promised.More
Staff Writer than fulfilling the letter of his platform write a "standard operating procedure" manual\
he feels his admin- explaining activities and the organization within
Claiming 54 campaign promises fulfilled and promises, Kennedy said that the individual office for the benefit of their
of the plat-
12 more underway of a total 71, Ken Kennedyhas istration has fulfilled the "spirit" successors."I .
a record many politicians would envy. form.
Since his election last spring to president of His administration will be leaving compre- "
the next president, Kennedy
admin- envy ,
the Student Body, Kennedy has found only five hensive written records for the following in and explained that his whole administration had
planks of his platform "unfeasible." istration next February. A major problem
been concerned with "long range plans" and
the fact that very
These Include a campus information bookletto fulfilling his platform was "
with this
'that don't end administration.
Stu- "things
replace the former "F Book," a student few records were left from the previous
trailer park on campus, establishment of rec- dent Government officers and much time had
reational and study areas for Schucht and Corry te be spent in organization, Kennedy said. By the end of this trimester. Kennedy hopesto
have all his platform planks completed, leav-
Each office of his administration is requiredto
Villaes, weekly outdoor movies in the Plazaof
the Americas, and a Student Government submit weekly reports, a mid-way summary ing several weeks of the winter trimester to
thrift shop. report and a final summary of the work of their "tie up loose ends" and to complete records
for the next administration.
"We'll complete every plank unless we deter- office.

I Kennedy Reviews Planks of Platform II. I


KNOW YOUR STUDENT program has been delayed. (Stu- charged; Most productions are free OF DORMITORY INTRAMURAL
GOVERNMENT Dormitory talks dent Activities). Part one of a two-part to students. (Lyceum Council). ACTIVITIES An Executive Ath-

by President, Vice President of 10. RECOGNITION OF OUT- Series on the Student 34. PROVIDE GREATER letic Council has been formedto
Student Body; Student Government STANDING PROFESSORS Nom- Government Platform FREEDOM TO THE PUBLIC coordinate and publicize dorml.
booklet published; well over 100 ations were requested for out- FUNCTIONS AND AFFAIRS COM- tory Intramurals. This year, for
articles on SG have been pub- standing professors. Selected pro- MITTEE TO ACHIEVE GREATER the first time, a dormitory all-
lished in The ALLIGATOR. (PUBLIC fessors were honored at the 20. SHOPLIFTING JURISDIC- FLEXIBILITY IN PROGRAMMING campus intramurals team was
RELATIONS). Florida Blue Key Banquet this TION TRANSFERRED Com- LYCEUM EVENTS Through the chosen. A SG undersecretary acts
2. STUDENT OPINION POLLS fall. (Academic Affairs). pleted. cooperation of the administrationand as liason between the Intramurals
Began week of October 20. Poll 11. FACULTY ASSOCIATE Student Government, a more Department and The ALLIGATOR
was on Gold water v. Johnson, PROGRAM IN DORMS Assignedto 21. ABOLISH REGULATIONS liberal policy toward controversial informing the ALLIGATOR of ali
Burns, v. Holley. More polls are Men's Inter Hall Council .- PROHIBITING UNCHAPERONEDCOEDS speakers and programs has dorm Intramural activities.
planned for the near future.(Public presently in planning stage. IN MEN'S APARTMENTS been taken, and will be taken in (Athletics).
Relations) Approximately 6-8 spe- 1?. STUDENT FACULTY Completed, with the cooperationof the future. (Lyceum Council). 41. PROVIDE RECOGNITIONFOR
cial polls have been conductede.g. COMMITTEE FOR CONTINUED the Off-Campus Housing Office. 35. INSURE THAT EVENTS OF OUTSTANDING SECTION
tory, etc.) formal committee has been set 2 ESTABLISH HONOR COURT HELD IN AREAS THAT OFFER LEADERS A booklet will be pub-
3. Abolish Secretary of School up. Informal conferences taking BAR ASSOCIATION Completed. ADEQUATE SEATING FOR ALL lished soon by the Secretary of
Traditions and Establish Morale plac between SG and AAUP. 23. ASSIGN COUNSEL TO AC- STUDENTS The most popular Housing, listing all dormitory lea
Commission Accomplished.Jenny 13. SCHOLARSHIP AND LOAN CUSED STUDENTS IMMEDIATELY attractions, those at which a large ders. A banquet with the Mumnl
Loudermilk is currently LISTINGS A list was compiled, Completed. attendance Is expected, are heldin Association will be held on Nov
Commissioner of Morale. Have but It proved to be of no value, 24. SUBJECT MAJOR HONOR the Florida Gym. (Lyceum). ember 12, honoring dormitory lea
sponsored pep rallies, send offs, due to the changing nature of the COURT POLICY REVISIONS TO ders. (Alumni Affairs, Housing),
promoted "spirit caps." scholarship funds. (Academic Affairs STUDENT REFERENDUM Com- Dorm Government 42. PROVIDE BETTERSER-
was accomplished intiall/, due to evaluate University College RELATIONS, INVESTIGATIONSAND PORTING ARE AND HALL machines for the dorms have been
questionable coverage by The courses as well as compare them ADMINISTRATIVE DUTIES COUNCILS WITHOUT SEEKING obtained and Installed, provided
ALLIGATOR, tnis plank will be with similar courses at other col- Completed. TO DOMINATE THEM Much sup- the Coco-Cola and Pepsi-Cola
revised. In the future, weekly Reports leges and universities. (Academic 26. BETTER ACQUAINT STU- port has been given to area Companies. Servicing will be done
to the Campus will be pub- Affairs). DENTS WITH HONOR COURT councils in the way of dormitory by the vending company. Up to
lished In order to establish the Completed. dances, change machinery, the arising
this date, any problems
desired communication with the 27. EXPAND FRESHMAN matching funds program, Welcome
Review Sessions over the vending machine
Student Body. (Public Relations). HONOR COURT ORIENTATION Week help, etc., but this support have been solved. However In the
5. STATE OF THE CAMPUS 15. RE ESTABLISH FREE C- PROGRAM Completed. both financial and advisory, has bet-
PROGRAMSDormitory talks COURSE REVIEW SESSIONS -This 28. MODERNIZE HONOR been given I with a minimum of hopes of serving the students
conducted on this matter. Ken Ken- program has been revised.Insteadof COURT TRIAL PROCEDURE strings attached. Organized and ter, a survey of student opinion on
machine service is planned
nedy, Dick Gober, Bill McBride, a cram session before progress Completed. chartered Inter Hall Council to vending Housing).
for future. (
Steve Cheeseman have been among tests and finals, a parallel of the 29. REQUIRE THAT ONE OF facilitate co-operation among men the near STUDENT
the SG leaders conducting such course will be made in the formof THE TWO VICECHANCELLORSBE residence halls & between them 43. ESTABLISH A TO
talks. (Public Relations). discussions. Thisprogramshould A LAWSTUDENT-Completed. and Student Government. (Student TRAILER PARK ON CAMPUS REA
6.0PEN-DOOR POLICY IN SG help the student get as muchas 30. VASTLY EXPANDED PRO Activities, Men's Affairs, Housing BE PAID FOR THROUGH This
In September of this year, an open possible out of a course. (Aca- GRAM IN ALL CLASSES OF MATERIAL Public Relations). SONABLE RENTAL FEES investi-
house was held for all interested demic Affairs). WITH EMPHASIS ON 37. MATCHING FUNDS PRO- plan, after an extensive
students to meet and talk with 16. VOICE SG OBJECTIONS TO POPULAR ENTERTAINMENTAND GRAM Negotiations for this",.ro- gation and survey, was abandoneddue
CLASS EXAMS QUIZZES PRO- THE CLASSICS A gram are in to the fact that the expenseof
cabinet members and other SG greater now progress. SG will
workers. Currently, a SG Tours JECTS DURING LAST WEEK OF variety of cultural productionshave grant to each dormitory libraryan building or buying such a wouldbe park
Program Is being planned, under CLASSES Official Objectionshave been and are being offered amount of money matching that and the maintenance of it
the supervision of Martin Edwardsand been voiced. Letter from Ken this year, from controversial allocated by that dormitory for altogether too great. (Inspector

Lee Willis. (Legislative Affairs Kennedy sent to each Dean and speecnes and debates, to popular library uses. The purchase of General. LOANS TO
and Public Relations). Department Head. entertainment groups, concertsand books, etc., will be left entirely 44. ARRANGE FOR FOR
17. PROVIDE PROGRAMS TO operas. (Lyceum Council). up to the dorm. (Men's Affairs). MARRIED STUDENTS THAN TUI
Committee the past year. SG h.* been TIONS ON WEEKENDS Due to them and to assure maximum SG- MARRIED GOVERN
responsible for many programs the time factor involved In the Dorm cooperation. FUND FOR VILLAGE
7. STUDENT GOVERNMENT along these lines. For example trimester system, many pro- 38. WORK IN CONJUNCTION MENT In planning stage.
EVALUATION COMMITTEE In many of the Lyceum productions, ductions must be scheduled during WITH AREA GOVERNMENTS TO
order that Student Government may speakers such as Medford Evans, the week, However those produc- EXPAND AND DIVERSIFY DORMITORY Wives' I.D. Cards
better serve the student body in and the F.A.C.T. program (Florida tions at which the largest SOCIAL AND SERVICE
the future, a committee is being Academic Collegiate Tourna- attendance is expected are ACTIVITIES Much has been done 45. EXPAND USAGE OF WIVES
set up for this purpose. Certain ment). (Lyceum, Academic scheduled on weekends. (Lyceum In this area. For example, a good I.D. CARDS Negotiations for this
student and faculty leaders have Affairs). Obtained Increasein Council). number of dormitory dances have .are currently underway. (Married
agreed to sit on this committee. Florida Union budget for their been held, SG dormitory talks and Student Affairs).
Among them arei President, Forums Committee In order that 32. RAISE PRIORITY OF NEW programs have been presented and 46. DAILY DISTRIBUTION OF
Florida Blue Key; President, Mor- more stimulating and contro\er- AUDITORIUM FOR UF BEFORE the dormitories, working with Stu ALLIGATOR TO VILLAGE RESI-
tar Board; President, Student sial speakers may be brought to THE STATE LEGISLATURE IN dent Government, have helped DENTS This has been accorop
Body. campus. 1965 Actively lobbying for this. greatly in the Dollars for Scho- lisped (Married Student Affairs).
8. CAMPUS INFORMATION 18. CURFEW FOR COEDS SG Pres. Ken Kennedy active in lars program. (Student Activities 47. INVESTIGATE FEASIBI
BOOKLET Need superseded by Sunday night curfew has been getting Pres. Reitz to appoint a Public Relations). LITY 0 F OBTAINING RECREA
Organizations Directory, Actl- extended to midnight, with the use committee to study the future of 39. ESTABLISH A MORE EFJ'- TIONAL AND STUDY AREAS FOR
vities for Coeds phamphlet and of a late permit. SG support of the creative and performing arts ICIENT DORMITORY TRANSFER SCHUCHT AND CORRY VILLAGES:
Planned Gator Guide. a special curfew to take advantageof at UFo SYSTEM New system being tried The possibility of such a programhas
9. STUDENT FACULTY COFFEE extended library hours has been 33. REVISE PRESENT SYSTEMOF within residence areas (Graham been Investigated, butt*
SHOP This project is under voiced and discussions with administrative TICKET PRICING TO PRO- Area) which facilitates intra area results are negative. New villages
study. The cooperation of Dean officials have been VIDE A MORE EQUITABLE PRIC- transfers. to be built will, however, feature
Hale and Mr. Welborn of Food held on this matter. (Women's ING BASE Ticket prices have recreational and study area*.

Service has been secured, but due Affairs). been substantially lowered; Dorm Intramurals (Married Student Affairs).
to certain regulations concerning 19. TWO-HOUR FINALS SG Students are charged less on those
the Finance Law, Initiation of the has come out In support of this. attractions for which a price is 40. INCREASE RECOGNITION (Continued ,on Page 5)Page )


Friday Nov. 13 l 1964 The Florida Alligator, Page 5

Platform Planks ReviewedContinued

( from Page 4)) 50. ESTABLISH AN INTER- grams, both cultural and social and off-campus groups, the role of Business Manager's office and
NATIONAL STUDENT'S and through the Office of the Secretary SG In this area has been one of University Committee on Traffic:

SPEAKERS BUREAU Currently, of International Affiars, supporting existing programs. and Safety on this plan.
48. PROVIDE PERMANENT speakers are available to speakon which has been strengthened greatly 61. STUDENT REPRESENTATION
GATE AT FLA. FIELD AND GYM their countries or cultures this year. The upsomlng SG 55. STUDENT GOVERNMENT ON THE COMMITTEE APPOINTED

FOR EXPECTING WIVES AND through the International Center.A Tours Program will be made avail- SPONSORED TOURS THROUGH- TO EVALUATE THE

THEIR HUSBANDS Completed. list of such speakers is avail- able to International Students (International OUT THE STATE One of the TRIMESTER SYSTEM SG is

Gate 117. (Married Student able. (International Affairs). Affairs). many trips planned for international recommending some names to the
Affairs). 51. HAVE SG OFFICERS SPONSOR students was the trip to Tallahassee Gov-elect for student members on

49. GIVE FULL FINANCIAL INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS International in June. On this trip his committee to evaluate the tri-
SUPPORT TO MAYOR'S COUN- SO THAT THEY MAY BENEFIT International students met with mester system. Sit Secretary of
CIL FOR IMPORVING LIVING FROM OBSERVING SG IN AC- Culture Sec. of State Tom Adams and Academic Affairs confers with
STANDARDS IN MARRIED VIL- TION Close contact has been Governor Bryant. A tour of the University Committee evaluating
LAGES Full financial support maintained between Student capitol buildings was made and trimester.
has been given. Almost $2,800for Government and the International AND 52. INTERNATIONAL MUSIC talks on Florida Government were 62. REDUCTION OF STUDENT
the 64-65 year. students through various pro- PROGRAMS given. A visit to FSU was Includedin INSURANCE RATES Secretary
DENT PARTICIPATIONThrough STU- the Itinerary. (International Af- of Interior. Dy contacting more

fairs) companies and requesting bids on
the Board of International Acti-
The University Of Florida vities' Cultural Bureau insurance rates from them more
many requests -
competition was generated than has
for international
past, resulting much
filled. The International
Speakers .
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT VISITS lower bids. The saving gained for
Bureau does the same job does
I E e; XiI'1gNow the Cultural Bureau only as with TO PRIVATE and HOMES, FRAternity students based on a projection of
sorority the enrollment
from 63-64, was
speakers. Operation Latin Folk-
houses dormitories
and $20,000. The actual
lore, just as an example, featureda over saving,
Available off-campus group from Miami who performedat other areas to promote inTERNATIONAL was much more, since more stu-
the UNDERSTANDING dents took out Insurance at the
University Auditorium. AND FRIENDSHIP It is a lower rates. This year's
Afterwards, a dance was held at program
continuing program for the various offered expanded financial
coverage -
the University Inn. In addition,
other groups on campus, in cooperation still at lower rates than last
many international cultural with SG, to host Inter- The Insurance
events have been year. program can
national students. The Inter fraternity be considered a definite
AND MORAL Council and the Gainesville -
\ Council International
Friendship have been most coop-
."l. INTERNATIONAL WEEK, 1964 erative.

PROGRAM The budget for International Secretary of Student Ac-
Week was increasedlast tivities. A student discount pro-
lh. gram as such was found to be
!. year and has been Increasedfor
:d impossible to negotiate with the
next in order that
';' year a more TER A of the budget
ttl U'tP.t. downtown merchants but
{ worthwhile
:t'f. ,, \\ t, program may take for the Doard of International Activities -
Sales Days have been approved.
place. The International Host
f f1:1
is allocated for use of the
: gram is now under the directionof Under this plan, merchants put
1It"J.',"'\.':,, '' the Florida Union, and throughthe international center Items of special Interest to stu-
",: ''"''. : Union, SG is supporting this UniversityAthletic dents on sale at specific times

program. Since this administration of the year The first one was

@ took office, $2:OO has been Assoc. held with the cooperation of the
allocated for international activi administration and the Gainesville

MEMBER AMCRICANGEM ties. By strongly supporting the 58. FOOTBALL SEATING .. Chamber of Commerce. The
SOCICTYGainesvill. post of Secretary of International More control has been gained this Chamber of Commerce was quit

Affairs, SG has strengthened the administration than previous administrations pleased with the results (Student

.'s Quality Jewelers position of the Board of Inter- over football seat- Activities)
national Activities and of International Ing. The plan has been completely 64. BOOK SALE During this

students in general on revised and is considered quite administration, over $2600 worth
campus. (International Affair) a success. of books have been sold, and the
program Is continually growing

54. Tutoring sessions for Inter- 59. VOLUNTARY R.O.T.CSG The program Is now undergoing a

national Students As many worthwhile Secretary of Men's Affairs I Is comprehensive study designed to
programs are already pro- working with Faculty Committeeon Improve its future administration.
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Tonight In the Florida Gym, the Inter-Fraternity Council
will present one of the finest shows that has been on this campusin
a long time. Three exec Jlent acts are scheduled to appear.
The IFC has gone to a lot of trouble to stage this show for
the entire student body. Fall Frolics represents a chance for
all of us to relax and be entertained royally.

The Lettermen, Bud and Travis tnd "
Godfrey Cambridge are ,. ':.
performers who are among the best In their Individual fields;
it Is seldom that we get such an outstanding combination of music / 1ADMINISTRATION'S/,
and comedy on this camous.

The Alligator has often chastised the fraternity system in
general for Its antics and Immaturity. Of late, the fraternities
all over the nation in general have been subjected to criticismon

much the same lines. However, we feel that such an eventas
Fall Frolics represents an excellent achievement by the VJEWS :
fraternities on this campus, and demonstrates that the fraternity
system is certainly not all-bad, as some critics would claim.

We are ,especially proud of this particular Fall Frolics II Prog And Comprehensive TestsJohn
because, from all Indications, it seems to be the best-planned
frolics in quite a while. Arrangements were begun months ago
to assure us of excellent entertainment.
V. McQuitty had been determined soley on the comprehensive
It would seem that frolics is extremely 11-planned and the University ExaminerSo examinations.The .

results are showing up. "The proof of the pudding is In the second major change came about twelve
eating," as the old saying goes. far as we are aware a centralized systemof later
years with class scores submitted by the
Our hats are off to the IFC; they have done a good Job. We progress tests is a measurement procedure Instructors being combined with progress and
unique to the University of Florida. A similar
wish to express our thanks to the people who worked so hard comprehensive examinations scores to provide a
to make the event so outstanding, especially IFC President program of comprehensive or final course total score on which to assign final grades. These
Barry Benedict and IFC Social Chairman Ed Abbott, who examinations is not so unique. Michigan State two innovations give the Instructor more "say
coordinated the whole event. University, the University of South Florida, so" and place more emphasis on"duringcourse"performance
Florida State University, and the University of
than did
the first method of basing
Minnesota are examples of state universities
Salute To FijisPhi which conduct examinations on a comparable if grades examinations.solely on"end-of-course" comprehensive
not identical basis.

Some of the advantages claimed for the These revisions have met the most persistent
Gamma Delta Isn't by any means the largest fraternity on comprehensive examining plan include reductionof criticisms leveled at the centralized examination
campus, but the numbers of their service
projects must
rank with the surely personal bias, uniform measuring instrument, system. What changes may develop in the future
largest Neither
have their
projects been of
earth- the performance of large groups against whichto is somewhat a matter of conjecture. While the
shaking Importance, and all
yet have thus far been carried through
evaluate achievement, accurate scoring, past revisions likely have produced some decreasein
a manner which speaks well both for their Individual
and the UF fraternity system as a whole.As fraternity thorough coverage of course content, statistical reliability and objectivity, the present method
treatment of test performance, and highly reliable affords a reasonable compromise between

a matter of fact, most of their projects have dealt with measurement.The terminal, Impersonal measurement on the one
children .. a visit to the Sunland training center, the Gainesville system of comprehensive examinationswas hand and In-course achievement and instructor
Boys' Club and the Pediatrics Ward of J. Hlllls Miller Health Inaugurated with the University College in evaluation on the other hand. No major new
Center, to name a few and while they haven't been momentous, 1935 and the first examinations were given in developments In the near future are expected.
we have no doubt that in many, many cases the few minutes taken the winter of 1936. Centralized,uniform progress
out of a hurried schedule helped shed a little light on an other tests were added In the next three or four The Comprehensive College Tests were taken
wise lightless day for some of those children. years. Their avowed purpose was to give the last March by 1302 University College
best possible Information as to the "progress"the sophomores. These students performed well above

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Students have always been permitted to retain made In natural science, followed very closelyby
TODAY'S QUOTE their progress tests as study aids and have been mathematics, humanities, and social sciences.
furnished with a key so that individual evaluationsof The average in English, while well above the

"Life Is eternal; and love Is Immortal; and death is only a strengths and weaknesses could be made by the national figure, was some ten percentile rank
horizon; and a horizon Is nothing save the limit of our sight." student himself. In the formative years from 1935 points below achievement in the other areas.
to 1938, the progress testing was conducted by When the general academic ability of those taking
Rossiter Worthington Raymond each course on an informal and sometimes the tests is considered, the sophomores who took<
individual basis. In time, this developed into a all of their cO'ege! work at the UF, stood about.
more uniform and formal program conducted by as far above the national average on the Comprehensive -

The the Board of Examiners which yielded more Test as they did on general ability.
Florida reliable predictions of probable success on the Sophomore tra rs, who had a year of college
comprehensive examinations. work elsewhere, did not perform as well relativeto
ALLIGATOR During the more than thirty years of comprehensive their ability.

examining two major changes(along with The Comprehensive Tests were also given at

Served by United Press International summer several of minor 1945 ones) have been made. In the Florida State University and the University i ot
.. progress test results
were, for South Florida. The University of South Florida Is
the first time
Editor. . . . . . . .Walker Lundy grades. For most weight in determining course preparing a report for all three universities.
Managing Editor. . . . . . Joel Gaston the progress test scores courses and this the meant combining At present there are no specific plans for
Assistant Managing Editor. . . . .Nancy Brachey examination score to obtain comprehensive additional testing. Decisions regarding future use;
Assistant Managing Editor. a grand total on will probably await of the report
. .Dave Berkowitz which to base grades. Prior the outcome
Editorial Page Editor . . . . Ed Barber that time, grades from USF
Sports Page Editor. . . . . .Bruce Dudley .- .. .... .. .... -
City Editor . . . . . .Skip Havlser
Campus Living Editor. . . . .Donita Mathison
The People Have Made Their Choice'EDITOR
Editorial Assistants Jim Castello Ann Carter Don Federman,
Tova Levine, Sam Ullman Ernie Litz (Circulation Manager), :
Stan Kulp (Cartoonist), Ron Spencer, Gary Swallow.
The should, it is lar more difficult to do a Job,
people have made their choice
and there
Reporters Patti Pita (Student Government Beat Chief), can be no doubt as to the verdict. Things should than Just to say "gimme," and expect a handout,
Joe Kollln, Bob Golub, Joe Waldorf, Sharon Kelley, Yvette be done in no other way. This does not say SELF whether It be from the government or anyone.in
Cardozo, Frank Shepard Lee Alexander, Agnes Fowles, Thelma however, that the people have decided In favor RELIANCE was of prime importance
Mossman, Marjorie Green, Evan Langbeln, David Kennedy of that which would be best for them. making this country as great and successful
Terry Rogers Susie Halback, Jeffrey Denkewalter, Dick Dennis,, Many a great civilization or society has fallen and as It the Is, and only If It Is zealously guarded,
Beverly Faber, Dick Schneider, Greg Seitz, Sue Dobbie, Lorraine for the same reason to which so many paid no Importance of individual initiative
Viscardi, Ami Saperstein, Maureen Collins, Anne Gartrell, Kathy heed in the recent election. Are we to hold on realized will our country have the freedom to
Walker, Barbara Lltt. to our traditional freedoms, or rather be progress.It
to give them up? As once said,"The government eager Is possible that those who will have the
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaperof which governs best Is the one which governs powers to objectively consider the things taking
the University of least." There place around them will regret ever having
Florida and Is published five times weekly Is no complexity Involved In
except during May, June and July when It is published semi- modern society which can change the truth of voted for anyone working toward Increased
weekly. Only editorials represent the official opinion of The this maxim. To achieve a government of this government control. It Is more likely however
Alligator. Columns type Is the that the trend which has been so recently!
represent only the opinions of their authors. goal toward which we SHOULD BE
.The Alligator Is entered as second class matter at the United constantly tilling. contributed to, will work to Its inevitable
States Post Office at Gainesville. People, It Is known, often do that which they conclusions, without much notice.

I would like to do, rather than that which they
Ii if. Sarbey, 3ASPag6


Friday, Nov. 13, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 7

Ex-FSU Gridder Will Address SGER


Ulmer to Talk on rRights' [l v

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Al Ulmer, 1959 captain of Florida State University (FSU) football in America and especially in the South towards other people so he : "- ;,;

team and now civil rights worker for the Southern Regional Council, began work In civil rights programs. :i. 7" :---.-

will speak Sunday night Nov. 15 at a meeting of the Student Group for According to Harmellng, the Southern Regional Council for which

Equal Rights. Ulmer works, Is a research organization supported by foundation :

Ulmer will speak at 8 In Room 324 Florida Union. He will discuss funds. Although it is not a direct action group, It works In many waysto

"Civil Rights and tw! Colleee Student." promote better race relations. .
Ulmer reportedly said hypocrisy is the word one hears linked with
Ulmer spent two years In Nigeria on the Peace Corps, teaching
America throughout Africa and Europe.
high school biology, chemistry and math. He taught In the
English, .
"Mention democracy and they'll say, 'That's white man's democracy.
common language in the former British colony.
We think we're Infallible. We think providence is on our side," Ulmer ,,?::=
After completion of his service with --
the Peace Corps, Ulmer tra- ,
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was quoted as saying. ---
veled to Europe and the Near East for eight months. He workedon
Yet, Ulmer said this may not be so.
a kibbutz in Israel and bicycled most of his way across Eurow*.
Ulmer makes many speeches to church and other groups to work

Ulmer, In a letter written to Jim Harmeling, 7AS, president of the for brotherhood with Negroes. .

Student Group, claimed to have returned with many new ideas. Ul- According to Harmellng any student and faculty member may "

mer said he wa* concerned with the attitudes and feelings of people attend the meeting. "

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Last Men' Tell' Freshman Council ::;.- -'

Starts Z (k,

War EscapadesThe ProgramMembers ""Oll htafic


of the UF Freshman opinions, will members establish 8DIAMONDELGIN
Man's Club of Gai "Our elected chairman
e.:; newly ,
Class Council will follow a new class entity.
vllle, 103 men strong, held its Col. Harold B. Backman said he
this to
program year designed help
second meeting; last night at 6:30 was a band leader at the time and them develop their potentlalties. Adams added Freshmen will

at the Holiday Inn. was ordered to go to John J.Pershlng's have a new part to play in Honor
These students are recognizedby Eight fine diamonds art cipertlystt
office and serenade him
Court due to the enthusiasm indicated
One of the members Dr. F.B. In the textured 14K
classmates as qual- gold
and then on to other regimental persons
them to Honor Court
Smith, head of the Departmentof in by case of this elegant 17-jewel
offices. Women lined the streets ified for future leadership curricular -
Soils of the Institute of Food Chancellor Jerry Richman. Elgin, It's a gift to remind her
and extra curricular} activities
along the way and kept offering ; -
and Agricultural Sciences at the ...reap.M. of you loreverloonvenl.nt
men glasses of wine. Backman on campus. '
UF, said the evening was an Informal .r1S100
said half his band didn't make
one 'of reminiscing and it," Smith said. The group is made up of 117 plus
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telling of war stories. delegates. A representative has =--'=---c-:" -

The youngest member of the been elected from each section asCrCOC
The club formed last C
was year "Last Man's Club" is 64 and the in the men's area. Also Includedon -_ -
with 98 members, all veterans of _
oldest 78, Smith said. the council will be a memberof 4
World War I. The majority are as Univ. Avenu
each sorority and fraternity
UF professors."At Profits of the annual Veteran's
pledge class.
Day get-together go into a fund
dinner last told 1rJTL
night we for the last survivor In the club. Dean of Men Frank T. Adams
what we were doing 46 years ago," .
said that the group will open a
Smith said. "I was in the Navy Dr. Smlth,68, has lived in the
two avenue of communicationand
and took part in a victory paradein Gainesville area 27 years. He Is way 1
that meetings have been
Charleston, S.C.," he said. due to retire from the UF in June.
planned to enable members to bea

better Informed group.

tat.Q .
t or The principal objectives of the

council Is for the student to become -

well enough informed to answer .
C ATOR DS student questions. Primarilyby

informing fellow classmates, '

and secondly, by following their

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i I I pllluptINIIe4nhH Alligator, Page 9

Mi UF Coed Teaches


Israeli DancingSounds

(:i of "lUva Nagllah" and lively, oriental folklore music from
Israel resound from the Hlllel Foundation on Monday evening as

.i 1. u III iiiiillI I I( I e Israeli folk dancing; takes over the atmosphere.The .

: dances of the Jewish people from many lands which form the
folklore of the Middle Eastern country -. the "hora" of the early
pioneer the oriental Yemenite the traditional Chassidic -. are taught
weekly by Linda Hyams. 4.ED, from New York.

I Miss Hyams, folk dancing last summer in Connecticut.She .
learned folk dancing at Connecticut College School of Dance
I which she attended under a cooperative scholarship of Orchesis and
I UF Legislative Council.
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Happiness Is Thirty Minutes' Shut-Eye



."" : "M.," 1111 Sleep IsWhere

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DONITA MATHEON a few catnaps during a DULL rests there to give all appearanceslike

Campus Living Editor lecture by a DULL professor who
you're a real diligent soul
Sleep Is where find it. and has a DULL voice or maybe its
you using your right hand as a propon
the atmosphere of dim lights and
UF students find It almost
your paper. From there It's all
soft easy chair beckoning to your
anywhere.It's up to you. .and you're free asa
bones In the sleeping -er..
almost as If college nurtures weary bird to sleep.
browsing room of the library.
students into "walking zombie Some students hold the right

machines" that stagger around This atmosphere is somethingnew eye wide-open on the side where

campus each day fighting to stay for students. These days you the professor Is lecturing but sleep
don't have to hide In shame If
awake before they run down and with the left eye closed.
their "spring Is sprung." you fall asleep and snore so loud
that you wake up everybody else. But It seems such shifty tacticsare
Some students make It past the
not the trend exceptin Photos By Carolyn Johnston
morning hours until they can refuel Td ease your conscience -- you
nextto the groups that "aren't withit.
at lunchtime and possibly Increase can have a partner sitting
." These days students get to
their energy. Others are not as you, In separate compartments
lucky. of the "browsing" room, and both the Finale (a deep, slumberingcoma

The campus knows no limits to of you can throw back your head, ) immediately and make no

the heavy eyelids and nodding take off those shoes, and go to it beans about a professor seeing
them. They plop their heads downon -
man in unison.
heads. It can happen anytime and
those hard desks and never gain '
any place. .the library, the
classroom, the bathroom,standingin The humor In life comes from consciousness until that shrill bell flLim
sounds in their inner ear. In some
line for football tickets, walking watching students in class who are
100 sleepy and don't want the professorto classes professors have acceptedthis
across campus, or swimming
system and continue to lectureto
know It.
laps across the pool.
After the first three or four nods the six or seven comradesleft
But what causes this"sleep that :
sitting in an erect position.
of the head and you doze into
knits up the ravell'd seave of care,
oblivion-.you decide somethinghas But, students take heart.
the death of each day's life?
got to be done or the professor Recent research has proven that
Is It sheer exhaustion that weighs
might boot you out of class on your professors are weakening under
down and steeps the
the eyelids ear (which may be a lucky break). the strain and have fallen asleepin _
senses In forgetfulness? Perhaps
So, first of all, tne lest hand the faculty lounges a couple of r+i ii

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Musk; Programs


uproarious new novel Scheduled for WRUF

Humanities C-52 and 53 required Schedules of the music to be jointly by Dr. Mickie Newblll
ANYONE GOT A music will be broadcast over broadcast each evening will be assistant professor of journalism,
WRUF-FM beginning! next Wednes- published In the Alligator next said Poucher.
day, according to Don Poucher, week reported Poucher. The programs this trimester are
MATCH? secretary of academic affairs. lImeo copies of these music an Improvement over others In the
The music is provided so stu- schedules will also be distributedIn past, reported Poucher.
dents may review for their final the dorms by the committeeon "This year we have many programs -
exam. Academic Affairs," Poucher scheduled as compared to
Subsequent programs will be said.The only two or three in years previous
broadcast as follows: Thursday, School of Journalism has ," Poucher said.
..i Nov. 19; one each night on Monday purchased ten PM radios which The review programs were Initiated -
through Thursday, Nov. 23-26;and will be distributed for student listening to solve the dilemma pre-
one each night on Monday through In dorm areas. sented on how to let students review -
Thursday, Nov. 30-Dec. 3. One radio will be placed In eachof the required music which
Air time for all broadcasts Is the following locations: Bro- will be on their final exam reported -
10-11 p.m. ward Hall study lounge Fletcher Poucher. -N..,
.i Possible additions to these ten lounge Hume Hall library, Jen- "These broadcasts could solve
boradcasts are on Monday and ning stereo room Mallory Hall this dilemma," Poucher said. "It
Tuesday evenings. Dec. 7-8. lobby North Hall library,Rawlings Is easier for the student to hear
"These, however, are not defi- recreation room, South Hall lob the music In his dorm area than
A cigarette tycoon with a sagging sales chart; a television nitely scheduled yet" Poucher by, Tolbert Area main lounge, and for him to trudge over the cam
"nicer"looking for his self-respect;a Southern belle dream- Weaver Hall lobby pus to one single listening location -
ing of her war-time lover; and the most wonderful wife in said.PORTSMEN'S Radio sets In each location will ," he added.Group .
years of American fiction: the biggest, best, funniest novel be monitored reported Poucher.
yet by the author of Rally Round the Flag Boy! "Since the Journalism School
bought the radios, they naturally
At all bookstores $4.95EkRow
617 N. Main St. cannot turn them loose in the dorms Starts
SUZUKISales without supervision" Poucher

& Service said.Monitors
will be selected stu-
---- dents from the dorm areas. Work: On SGConstitution
"These student supervisors will
be paid 75 cents a night for ten
nights from the Student Govern
NOTICE ment budget," Poucher said
"They will check the radios out

of their storage places In the dorm The Student Government constitution -
area office turn them on stay with revision committee will
Applications are now being accepted for two Student Publications positions: them during the broadcast and then meet at 7 p.m. Sunday at the homeof
take them back afterwards" he Chairman Duddy Blain 1315

added. N.W. 5th St. According to Dlaln
1. ALLIGATOR EDITOR for 2nd Trimester ) to fill
(January-April Produced with the cooperation this meeting will be one of orientation -
the School of Journalism, the review for committee members."It .
I broadcasts were Initiated is that the
of editor. my understanding
unexpired term graduating
Legislative Council wants the entire -
KISER'SOFFICE constitution redone," Dlaln;
2. EDITORIAL ASSISTANT for The Seminole, for the remainder of aid. Therefore, the committeewill
EQUIPMENT go over the charter with an
overall review In mind, he added.
the school year. DESKS Blain stated that the present
USED CHAIRS constitution Is too long and Includes -
too many details lie asserted
Application forms may be obtained in Room 9, Florida Union, and must be USED TYPEWRITERS that parts of the present

Portables, Manuals, charter are unworkable, but cited
nothing apectflc.YOU.
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JapaneseJapanese Students Fear A-Bombs


student Demonstrations port city," Yamada said. "These demonstrations are felt obligated to permit this cured Tuesday In Sasebo. The
against a U.S. nuclear '"The Japanese have not forgotten not the work of a few minor- because of the 1960 security U.S.S. "Sea Dragon" will put
powered submarinewere the wartime damage ity groups. They are an expression treaty with the United States. in at this southern port soon.
not CommunlsMnsplred from the atomic bomb. of the feelings of The government felt there was Demonstrators clashed with
said Matsuo Yamada, a UF most of the Japanese," he little danger atomic acci- police then, and more violenceis
"Because of this, the Jap- feared when the submarine
graduate student from Tokyo. added. dent, he said.
anese government will never According to Yamada, the The demonstrations oc- arrives.
"The Japanese people are develop nuclear weapons," he United States requested per-
protesting because they fear mission for U.S. atomic subs
nuclear weapons In generaland "The demonstrations are to call at Japanese ports in CHRISTMAS BEST
because they are afraidof Inspired by fear, not by the January, 1963. Permissionwas
an accident with nuclear Communist party or extreme granted in August, 1964.
power happening in a populated leftist groups," he said. "The Japanese government


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(UPI) Britain Insti- will have 925 ICBM'S by early erably more advanced than had ("Peanuts" Characters) by Charles M. Schulz

tute for Studies today reported a next year, compared to about 200 been assumed.
"dramatic" increase in U.S.strategic for the Soviet Union. Last year, Next year may be the last in RUBAIYAT OF OMAR KHAYYAM
superiority over the Soviet its estimate of the ratio was 475 which Western superiority In
Union. It said UJS.InterContinental to 100. ICBM'S is so marked, accordingto
Ballistic Missiles (ICBM'S) the report. The U.S. ICBM :* THE LITTLEST ANGEL
outnumber Russia's nearly 5 to 1. A larger relative increase was program will be substantially com-
The institute, a private organz !- shown by naval ballistic missiles, pleted next year, but the Sovietsare "IaIIaJa\11II,JIII1JiIlJII.lJTAUJ VJi JJU\.1IM'TJtl .IIM_}II
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......, K' Nov. 13, 1964, The Florida.Alligator, Page 13Friday 'k;
."1.\ '

the 13th- Hangmen or Tests

SHE PR'VED i it couldbe

: Take Your Pick done on Friday the

I 13th and did it. Miss

a Ann Carter shows that

there's real 1 II I y nothing to
On Today Tests
_fear from a broken mirror.
N :! :M/ya

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UF p .;;
Say ProfsToday
:,, 1 "

Is Hangman's Day in

Europe and Friday the Thir-

teenth on the UF campus. Yaxq,

Friday the Thirteenth .,..

means many different things, ,
but It Is traditionally unlucky. +

Many superstitions shroud

the mysterious day.

=fix Many people cower in fearat I

the thought of black cats,

broken mirrors, and walking

under ladders. Some believe

a Friday Is a bad day to begin ,

a journey or to begin new

R work, unless, of course, Its

finished that same day.

On the UF campus, It is

an equally unfortunate day.

Many profs chose today to

give tests. The students takingthe

tests have some misgiv- M nay
ings about the whole Idea -- Hw

after all, "tempting fate?"

Most superstitious students,

however were not leaving their

fate to the tempters. They

were studying.And .
besides, how can a stu-

dent be confident? It's

Hangman's Day.

t p l l F A [ CommitteesContinued I I

( From Page 1)) "It any member of the council acquires

\;. latlve Council's non-active committees. This more than three unexcused absences, we will
:. )f t *11 trimester we expect to go Into dorms and recommend they be dropped," he added.
l .&.: conduct "1 appreciate The Alligator printing the
..,, }1 surveys.
,. ., ..,
I":' absences so students can tell whether their
"We want to find out what problems students

have. For example, I have received many representatives are going to meetings," he

BEWARE THE mighty wrath of Alligator Managing Editor complaints about student counseling, and said.

Joel Gaston as Friday the 13th dawns. Staffer Miss many students would like the library to Hobbln H. Sentell, chairman of the Rules
and Calendar Committee, said his committeehas
Patti Pitz doesn't seem too worried as she tempts his mis. stay open later during exams. met three times since the last elections.The .
"We will discuss our findings with Dean

i of Student Affairs, Lester L. Hale," she committee meets on alternate Tuesday.
at 7:30 p.m. In the Florida Union.
chief.Coverage Allison E.W. Conner, chairman of the The committee's main purposed to schedule
all activities for meetings, but It Is
1 Publications Committee, said her group Is
scheduled to meet Tuesday. currently planning to revise the bylawsof

(Continued From Page 1)) "1 only have two members on my com Legislative Council."I .
don't know whether the council has to
mittee," she said, "and one of those hasn't
"Alligator Is in quantity but not quality,
coverage follow any rules of order at all with the
said been to a meeting in I don't knw
Bajker. present of laws said
system Sentell. "We
"It is as bad to tell someone something wrong as It is to tell been to a meeting in I don't know how long, plan to streamline the,
present operatinglaws
and my other member wants to quit.
nothing at all, he said. and make them more "
"My first job will be to get more mem- specific.
U the coverage Is sufficient and accurate, he said, there will Leonard Floyd Price, chairman of the
bers, she said.
be no necessity of printing minutes. Budget and Finance Committee, laid his
will constructive criti-
"We try to get
Barker said he would not have introduced the bill if, In his meeting are held regularly on alternate
cism of student publications from the Board
opinion, the coverage during the summer and this fall had been Tuesdays. '
of Student Publications, student government,
The Budget and Finance Committee must
the Florida Union Board, and perhaps from
He said this trimester Council meetings had either not been approve all council money appropriations
canvasses students themselves, she said.
reported or the reporting had been Inaccurate or Incomplete."I to student organizations. This year the committee
said would be
Miss Conner meetings regularly
would have to dig back through the papers to find specific has approved organization requests
held on alternate Tueld.ly''rom no won.
Instances of inaccuracies," said Barker. totaling. $4,096.
Lester M, (Buddy) Blaln chairman of the ti
Barker said he could not remember offhand any Instances of Price laid Student Body Treasurer Fred
Constitutional Revisions Committee, said he
Inaccurate Alligator Lane's suggestion of
reporting. new record keeping
Is anxious to get to work this Sunday with
Barker cited as an example of Incomplete coverage the failureto procedure would benefit the committee in
his first meeting.The
report discussion last month in Leg Council about a voting determining an organization's need.
constitutional revisions committee was
Question in Flavet II. Barker said 160 votes were reported from "For example," laid Price, "the Student
first set-up after the Sept.29 council meeting.
Flavet II when only 60 voted. Consensus of opinion in Leg Councilwas Contractors and Builders just submitted a
It plans to rewrite the student body constitution -
that the difference was due to a breakdown in the voting request for 91,40-1 to send 10 men to a con
/ "from front to back, In time to be
machine, he said. vention. We ImrMdJately I cut that down to w
voted on by the student body in the Spring
Barker said Leg Council coverage for the past two weeks elections. $176 for six men; this was to come before

has been more complete but is still incorrect. council Tuesday night
"1 don't know now often we will meet,
He cited as headline concerning "But I glancing through old
an example the Wednesday morning was some
the 'Initial
said Blain. "It depends largely upon -
the Leg Council Alligator bill which he said did not council record and found we gave (them
response we get, but I believe we will
accurately represent the proceedings. 9199 to send two men to the convention last
be meeting once a wtek.
Barker said the headline which said "Let Council Votes To year. Lant' suggestion would make it ,
"We hope to finish the job sometime In
Take No Action," Is not, In essence, a representation of the January." much easier to spot thesi, discrepancies.

proceedings. "Records art so Inadequate, the committeedid
Thomas B. Tart, chairman of the Excuse
Although Lester M. (Buddy) Blain, V.O.T.E. Law School representative Committee, said his people have met once, not know until Lane gat"* a report Tuesday

expressed a desire to wait two weeks, no action after being organized at the council meeting night how much money was left .to be

Was taken either formally or in the unofficial "committee of the two weeks ago appropriated.Friday .
whole," said Barker.

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Page The Florida Alligator, Friday, Nov. 13, 1964
UF Swim Meet

AL &L..1 1 1R Today i --UF PoolERNIE

M ft
LITZ really talented swimmers and it
Editorial AssistantThe should be a real battle."

Assistant Coach Eddie Reese
annual and Blue
I Orange commented wryly, "I wouldn't be
? meet between members of the 1965
too shocked to see the freshmencome
.: UF Swimming team will t ke place
up with a few interesting
today at 4:00 in Florida pool. "
: ; : For the first time since the surprises.
Inception of the annual fall event, Leading the varsity will be co-
the meet will not feature a splitof captains Sandy Chandler,abreast-
the squad, but instead, an out stroker from Hollywood Floridaand
.4 and out battle between the fresh- Ray Whitehouse, an individual
men and varsity team members. medlyist and breaststroker from
ef r .rearru Head Coach Bill Harlan said Jacksonville.
his '65 frosh are "strong enough The varsity has 10 sophomores
for the first time to really chal- graduated from last years' fresh-
4. lenge the varsity. We have some man unit.
4 :: y4 a aOF .

.. FOR
-=-- -. PVOaED FL41,
Greeks pictured (1-r) row 1: Charlie Gaussiran, Roy Watson, Jacob Varn, W.A. Mutzel; row 2: Ross O-t
Small, Frank SHow, Kent Taylor, Charles Weiss; row 3: William Patrick, Fric Andersen, Tom Reavell,
I Bob Reed, Rick Solloway; row 4: Dan Marciano, Stephen Labbie, Jay Levan Dick Kelly; row 5: Wayne
Nisula, Richard Kelley John Jokinen, Mickey Fries Frank Faircloth; row 6: Greg Cottin, Lee Chira, Bill
Dixon, John Ditsler, Gary Fleming; row 7: Tom Atkins, Ted Brown and Norman Brooks. Not shown is
Tom Smith. (Photo by Carolyn Johnston) FLORIDA'S GREEKS, pictured .t NM' I

above, will be in action Saturday
1 Baby Gators Out against the Florida State University 'h. ? Ww
Fraternity All Stars In flag-
football game at 1 p.m. tomorrowon
__J the UF track field.
For Auburn Hide This is one of a series of eventsto
continue raising money for the
Dollar's for Scholars drive. Tic-
DICK DENNIS Baby Gator to miss the Auburn kets costing 25 cents will be on /
Sports Writer skirmish. Bird has a cracked sternum sale today at the Information
(rib cage).Center,Herb Swan- Booth across from the Hub.
Florida's Baby Gators will attempt son, will be hobbled by a sprained
to close out their season on ligament. Nus
Sigma Tromp
a winning note Saturday at 2 p.m. Fuller feels the best thing about fJJ
when they challenge Auburn's the 1964 Baby Gators Is the team's Beta Theta Pi
yearlings at Florida Field. ability to hit hard. "This is a THE. CANDY OF THE SOUTH
The young Gators sport a recordof real scrapping team that will give Sigma Nu beat Beta Theta PI .........

2 having beaten Florida State you a battle," Fuller said. In Orange League flag football A Favorite Assortment For Every Taste
13-0, and Georgia 2220. Miami's Gator back, Wayne Barfield, action 18-2 yesterday.
first year Hurricanes defeated the should spearhead the Gator attack,
Baby Gators 27 8. along with Harmon Wages, Tom
Head Florida freshmen football Hungerbuhler, and Tom Glenn.
coach, Dave Fuller, looks for a Bardield, fullback from Albany,
real close, tough game with the Ga., rushed for almost 100 yards OPEN HOUSE
Little Tigers," who defeated against Georgia, scored one touch- .
Georgia 200. down, and booted a 27-yard field .
Like the Auburn varsity, the goal. Barfield also punts and plays
freshmen Tigers prefer to stickto linebacker on defense for the Baby
the ground, passing only to keep Gators.
the defense honest. Fuller said Other starters for the Baby
"Auburn interchanges three quar- Gators Include: ends Bob Mont-
terbacks -- all of them throw well, gomery, 6 feet 2 and 185 pounds;
and can carry the ball for good John Higbe, 5 feet 11 and 190 KING'S FOOD HOST
yardage. The backfield Is made up pounds. Tackles Uoug Splane,
of power runners." 6 feet 2 and 210 pounds; and Paige
"Offensively, Auburn executesthe Cutcllffe, 6 feet 2 and 220 pounds.
sweep and off tackle plays, Center Herb Swanson, 5 feet 11
running the option (pass or run) and 200 pounds. Guards Richard 11:00: A.M. TO 1:00: A.M.

off of the sweep. Defensively, Auburn McCarl, 5 feet 10 and 200 pounds, '..
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1 Friday, Nov. 13, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 15

Albert FI'/I'S Take

Predicts Blue TitleFiji's

J -- -/ j won out over Delta Chi
For all of you faithful followersof AUBURN OVER GEORGIA in the finals of the Blue League
Albert's column who have been The amazing Bulldogs will get flag football intramurals yester
unable to study because of your theirs, and no bones about it.140. day, 18-13.
concern over what happened to him In other games, Albert picks: The Delts jumped ahead in the
last week, we must explain that ALABAMA OVER GEORGIA first half with a 60 yard run by
his predictions were lost last week. TECH --. This'll teach Tech to Tom Reavell to end the first half
rvV.w When Albert read the paper last leave the S.E.C. 60.
Friday and saw that his columnwas F.S.U. OVER NORTH CAROLINA In the second half, with 7 1/2
not there, he began growling ST. ..-They won't be so minutes left to play, Fiji's John
and thrashing his tail wildly. His lucky next week.ARKANSAS Dltsler connected on a pass to
trainer promptly brought him a OVER S.M.U. .n I Charley Johnson to tie the score
yon H/OT/'T SEE A SEM/Wol-e member of The Alligator staff. can't use that joke again about 6-6. Two plays later, the Delts
After swallowing the last bite, church and state, but it seems to scored again and then the Fljls
Albert was assured that such an apply. scored two more, ending the ga me
WILES S You. OKDfK o# E. atrocity would not occur ag in. BAYLOR OVER KENTUCKY 18-13, with fifteen seconds left In
Our wondrous alligator is'on- The Wildcats forgot how to win. the game.
tinuing to astound the sports world BOSTON COLLEGE OVER
2:> o XT Vow/ with his record of 103-36-5,which MIAMI --.The Eagles are too Dorm Hoopsters .,,.
o figures out to be a.74 percentare. tough for the Breezes.
This is higher than any newspaperin DUKE OVER NAVY-- The Blue Set 'Big' ScoresFletcher
the state that we have seen. Devils will rebound from last week.
This week he will begin with his ILLINOIS OVER WISCONSINThe ... S trounced MurphyK
39 .1 6 in dorm intramural
uosets of the week which are: only upset here is the way
basketball at the Florida Gym last
MICHIGAN ST. OVER NOTRE Wisconsin will feel after this game. night.
DAME .-- It takes guts to pick OREGON OVER INDIANA -- Fletcher racked up 18 points the
1 : Could be
the nation's number one team to a surprise. first two auarters against MurphyK's
'YRStu ,:: lose, but I got plenty of them. 8 and finished them off the
Drop by my pen and visit me.
This game will prove that a church .--Albert.k last half with 21 more points.
and a state (Michigan) don't mix. Joel lUndshu was top scorer
with 17 points. Teammate Russ
i 1 Howard was Fletcher S's chief
rebounder with 14.He also dropped
in four baskets while on the job.
v w Fletcher S now stands 3-1 in
the Murphree Area League.
From Graham area,Bless section
knocked oft Glunt section 71-
12. The leading scorers were Jim
Roberts, 1UC, 28 points; Ralph
Miller, 2UC 18 points and Mike
Hutto, 1UC, 11 points.
lIadley section upended Crandall
Deer, Turkey, Squirrel & Quail Season Opens Nov"R. section in another rip-snorter,'71..

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. ;. The Harmon Football ForecastTOP Saturday November 14-Major Colleges

I Air Force .... ............. 11 Wyoming ... 14
Alabama ... .................... 21 Georgia Tech 1/
Arizona ......................... 14 Texas Western 0
20 TEAMS Arizona State .. ......... 21 San JOlt State S
It took eight weeks of waiting In the #2 spot in the nation before the Crimson Tide finally ascended Arkansas ...... .. ... 21 S. M. U. .

., the throne. .Alabama, holding a power quotient of 109.5, is now Number One. Notre Dame slipped back *1IIor*Boston... ..College............. ...........13 10 Miami Kentucky., Florida 1'J

\ to a close second with a power reading of 108.8, while Michigan moved from 7th into the third position Bowling Green ........ 23 Ohio U. ...._ ..... 'J
Brigham Young 21 Western Michigan 13
p i vacated by Ohio State. Brown ...........,.. ...........21 Harvard 20
...... ....... ..........,
1 ALABAMA Duke and Oregon were the only two teams to fall from the good graces of the top group, but there was Buffalo 11 Colgate 14
Cincinnati .................. 21 Wlcnta S
2. NOTRE DAME much noisy scrambling for position after some of last week's upsets. The two newcomers to the Top 20 Citadel ........... .............. 20 V. M. I. ... .. 14
3. MICHIGAN Columbia ......,...............20 Pennsylvania... ..... 1
e made bones about in and Three-time
no moving moving high loser Michigan State, just outside the power Dartmouth ...................21 Cornell 15
4 :ARKANSAS group all fell, busied Itself right up the ladder to seventh, while Penn State, with a 4-4 record, elbowed Detroit ... ... .. ......'.... 20 Xavier 13
5 NEBRASKA Duke ............ ............... 11 Navy ...... ...... 14
Itself up to 11 tho florida State .. ......... 21 No. Carolina SL 'J
: \ I. The ranked Crimson Fresno State .. ....... .1S Pacific S
ESTATE top Tide has had to face Florida and L.S.U. on previous weekends. they
7 .now Georgia ......... ............. 14 Auburn .
: IOREGON STATE run smack dab into 16th-ranked, once beaten Georgia Tech. It's Alabam' Again, but close. The Yellow Holy Cross ... .. ....... 11 Boston U. 'J
Illinois .. .... ..................24 Wisconsin .12
I OHIO STATE Jackets will lose their second in a row, this one by 11 points. Indiana ...... ....,.......... 20 Oregon ..... ... 11
t 10 FLORIDA Irish-wise, things were tough enough last week, but Notre Dame might just find it rougher against Iowa State ...... ........... 15 Kansas State 13
\ Kansas ... ..... .......14 Colorado ..... ... 'J
f 't the 7th-rated Michigan State Spartans. So hold the phone while I slip on the old bifocals to figure this one. L S. U. ...... ................, 14 Mississippi State 1
i \tti It'll be a real tea-party. the Irish will win b/ only four. Marshall ...........,.. ....... 12 Kent State 1
I Maryland .......... ......... 11 CI.mson 14
Third-ranked Michigan shuttles into Iowa City this Saturday. The Iowa Hawks have been tough eating Memphis State ...... U Louisville .
I 11 PENN .. ...... ...
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: for everybody this fall, and Michigan will be hard pressed to come out with 13 win. '
12-L a point Michigan .. ... .... 2Iowa 13
-- The old forecasting average seems to run on a broken record gets no better, but gets no worse Minnesota ...........21 Purdue .. .. ... 21
CAL Nebraska ... 24 Oklahoma State ... 1
1\ SYRACUSE either. Last week, there were 126 games picked right and 39 mistakes for a .764 average. So, out of New Mexico ....., .. .. 21 Colorado State U. 11

II IS GEORGIA 1,339 games forecast this fall, disregarding ties, 1,023have been correct and 316 should have been picked New North Mexico Carolina State. ... 20 2. Virginia Wilt Texas 11 S
I 16 GEORGIA TtUH the other way. This maintains our .764 average. Notre Dame .. .. .. 14 Michigan State 11

''I U- PURDUE In fourth, the Razorbacks of Arkansas. They entertain S.M.U., and the table fare will be wild horse- Ohio Oklahoma State 21 14 Northwestern Missouri I I

," f 11TENNESSEE meat! The Mustangs become victim #9 the Hogs winning by 20 points. Oregon State 1Stanford 1/
I Penn State 21 Houston S
\ : 20 ILLINOIS Sitting on national football chair ##5, the Cornhusking Nebraskans from Lincoln will "whup" the Pittsburgh .IS Army 7Princeton
... .. .
21 YaleRico
d Oklahoma State 17 this
Cowboys by points Saturday. ..... .. 14 Texas A i M 13
\I ;; 6th-ranked Texas will hold onto their next to the top spot in the Southwest Conference with a two- Richmond .. .. .17 'urm.n 1
' 14
) touchdown win over T.C.U. Oregon State, #8, runs into a band of Stanford Indians, but should handle Southern Rutgers Mississippi 14 Louisiana Tech 1

scalping duties by about six points. Syracuse . ... n V. P. L .. 1
Tennessee 11 Mississippi 1
'" Ohio State dropped down to 9th, but the Bucks are 15 points too strong for Northwestern. Texas .. 14 T. C. U. .... .. .
? Texas Tech .. 20 Washington State 1
t Toledo ....... 15 Southern Illinois .. 13
Tulsa :n North Texas .t. 1
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.lf; Utah State ... 15 Idaho 12
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