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Vol 57, No. 53 University of FloridaGainesville Monday, Nov. 16, 1964GatorNapping t'


Try Unsuccessful II 1

'Y't.' Indications Show ;
Police ReportOn .

A FSU Treachery
Gator nappers tried to steal
Albert the Alligator, UPs ma.scot.
( note: This Is a copy 4 for the second time In nine
of the report turned in by Uni- months Friday but this time the
versity Police officer Raymond seven-foot bundle ferociousness
Hartman concerning prowlers at : t came out on top.

the Gator Pen early Friday.) .. I The cage was cut both on the
"Complaint, Vandalism. top and on the side
Location: Gator Pen. Time: 1:58 A campus policeman happened on
a.m. 11-13-64." .., the scene during the first of the
"Officer Hartman, called and T_ two attempts early Friday morning \
said he saw some boys on the I a r F but only told the boys to go home,
Gator pen. He ran the boys off the according to reports.
pen. Hartman then saw a '64, red, Evidence and at least one Student \
Mustang, with a boy sitting in it. Government (SG) official hare
He talked with the boy and asked Indicated, a group students from
him If the boys on the Gator pen arch-rival I Florida State '
were with him and the boy skid University (FSU) were responsible
no. Hartman walked off from the for the attempts.
car then he saw the other boys r Fred Hedstrom, administrative
come and get Into the car. ..-. -lF ",..;." -- assistant to SG Vice Pres. Dick
"3:15 a.m.: Hartman checkedthe 1 Ocher, said he has been delegated
ALBERT SNATCHERS evidently were ct work once again on the UF campus Friday
Gator pen and found the wire with the responsibility of making
cut on the North side next to the night as University Police and alert SG officials apparently foiled attempts to lift the sure "Albert doesn't leave."

ground. Hartman found some wire university's mascot. This was the second attempt in nine months to filch the "Gator. Hedstrom, Tom Klefer, Drew
and a pair of wire cutters on the Haslett, Tom Richmond, Max King
ground outside the pen." (Photo by Carolyn Johnston) and 11. R. Denson spent Friday

night guarding Albert and said ,!
According i to Report that fraternities were going to 1
rotate nights this week until the
football game with FSU SaturdayIn

UF Way Down in Pay BracketYVETTE Plans Tallahassee.are, now under way to try 1

to cage.take Albert to the game In a ,t

CARDOZO Gainesville merchants employing and others connected with financial The third included wages paid by Hedstrom said, "I'm convinced
Staff Writer UF students pay wages aid to discuss the report. retail merchants to UF students they (FSU) did It. When you see
averaging $1.31 per hour while McClelland said he considered No UF student Is paid less than cars with Leon County
UF students employed on campusare campus workers average 89-cents the report to be well done and 75 cents an hour according to the (Tallahassee) license plates !
receiving lower wages than an hour. commended It on Its objectivity. report. continually driving past the cage
students working off-campus in the "In most Instances," said De- Student Government President Ken Recommended wages are 75 In the early' hours of the morning
Gainesville area, according to Loach, "students were performing Kennedy called the report "the cents for freshmen, 85 cents for looking at us, what else can you
Student Government Sec. of Labor the same type of work for a most exhaustive student survey sophomores, 95 cents for juniors, think?"
Bob DeLoach. private enterprise as they did fora I've seen on the UF campus." and 91.05 torsenlors.Provision lie said paint was dumped on \
According to a report recently university department but. at a DeLoach'. report was divided Is also made for students Albert Friday night between 1
completed by DeLoach, 49percentof higher hourly wage." Into three sections.Thefirstcovered with special training. A student a.m. and Ii30 a.m. when he t
the universities participating Dr. Hayes K.McClelland,assis- actual wages on campusas working on campus as an returned to begin the all*night J
in the survey pay a minimum wage tant dean of men said the report compared to wages recommended electrician, for Instance would vigil. I
over $1.00 per hour.This is higher would "probably bring results." by UF President J. Wayne receive a wage equal to 85 per "That night we saw a car parked
than the average wage of ALL Dr. McClelland plans to get Reitz. The second compared UF cent of that paid to full-time electricians with tour guys in It at 3 a.m. Just '
UF students except fifth year together In a few days with LesterL. wages to those of other universities sitting there a ways down the road
seniors. Hale, dean of student affairs, throughout the United States. Most freshmen (85 per cent) from the pen waiting he said.
receive wages above the scale, "The car had a Leon County tag
while sophomores average the on It." )
Frolic Stories ; recommended figure. He said another car with a t
C. Jtfhlors and seniors, however, strange license plate was parked
receive wages lower than recom- down In front of the union at the
Page 3
mended. Fifty seven per cent of the same time with tour more students
:f juniors and 66 per cent of fourth In it.
year seniors receive wages below Members Sigma Alpha Epsilon
the recommended figure. stood guard Saturday night and '
Only 11 per cent of fourth year Sigma Phi Epsilon was there last 1
seniors receive wages above the night<< to make sure a repeat of "
recommended figure (as comparedto the Incidents weren't staged.Hedstrom .
the freshman total of 85 percent said the guard would
). remain each night this week from
None of the UF students interviewed curfew until 6 a.m.
thought the present wage "We figure nothing will happen
fw scale Is too high. The highest percentage before curfew because there are
of satisfaction (50 per too many people running around,"
cent) came from fre.bman.tv- be said.
dents. Fourth year seniors expressed The first attempt, made about
the least satisfaction (13 Z a.m.Friday morning,was spotted
percent). by Officer Raymond Hartman of
One hundred colleges and the UF campus police.
universities participated In the Hartman said be saw some boys
e al survey. Of these, 05 per cent "on the gator pen" but Just ran
] pay minimum wages above those them off.
of UF and 12 per cent pay equal He checked back by the pen at
j minimum wages. 3:15 a.m. and found the north side
The University Southern of the cage and the top cut open.

.. _._,-- Mississippi has the lowest Hartman said he found some wire
minimum and maximum wages lathe cotters and some wire on the i

THE LETTERMEN delight a full-house In Florida Gym Friday night with some of nation. Their minimum wageIs ground near the cage.
and hour and their
SO cents
melodies. (Continued on 2))
their most popular maximum Is 75 cents. page ,

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2, The Florida Alligator, Monday Nov. 16, 1964

- Gator-Nap
Children of Americans and Koreans

Author Pearl Buck Speaks Unsuccessfull

(Continued from page 1))

Hedstrom said the cage has I
People'ANN been
About New
patched up but that the paint "was
pretty hard to get off."

CARTER "Being accustomed to the pres- of people here and In Korea. Miss "This Albert's a mean one," he

Editorial AssistantIn tige of my people," Miss Buck Buck hopes to integrate the "new 7p continued. "He hissed at us all
said, "I cannot bear seeing these people" with the old. night."

a surprise visit to the UF people being treated thus." They

campus Friday, Pearl S. Buck, are superior children; those who "I am known In Asia and trusted He complimented the

Nobel and Pulitzer prize winning have been adopted in the U.s. there," Miss Buck said. "They fraternities for their cooperationand

author, spoke about the "new Pte extraordinarily fine," she will help and believe in the foun said every one he went to

people of Korea. said. dation." helped him.Hedstrom.

The new people are children of "They will grow up to be a associate
Miss Buck and her A said Benson
American servicemen and Korean dangerous group If we do nothing spent the
Theodore Harris, executive night by the light pole near the
women. about them. Are we going to allow cage
ector of the foundation, will go to complete with pillow and blanket
"They are foreign looking in them to grow up a rebel-
Korea In the spring to start workin but that the rest of them
Korea," Miss Buck said. "WhatI lious angry group for the Comm- stayed
the orphanages. The program awake all
saw was an American face- unists to say 'See what Amer- night.
will be to secure the same bene-
sometimes with blue eyes; heavy icans have done?' she asked. fits for Korean.Americanchlldren The Friday morning attempt was
bones and an American build." The Christian churches are the second since last winter
that other children have.
"These children-the oldest now helping but nothing particularly for trimester, with one differencethe --

is about 18-have no place in Korea. the half-Korean children, Miss "Where children and their mo- other attempt was successful.At .

Neither the Americans nor the Buck said. thers belong, they can be reabll-
that time
according to the
I Koreans accept them. To help these KoreanAmericans itated," Miss Buck said.
Information that has been gatheredon
"Every country in Asia is family Miss Buck established the She said Americans could sup-
the subject Albert
centered, and for these child Pearl S. Buck Foundation In Phil- port by sending money to the foun- was
apparently stolen from his
ren who have no one to turn adelphia, Pa. Through; the work dation in Philadelphia. PEARL BUCK cage
by FSU students, taken to
to, there is no future; no job,"
. .
Tallahassee and chained to a
Miss BUCk explained.She .
flagpole in front of the FSU
said the birth rate now has
administration building.
Increased to about 3,000 per year,

adding to the 50,000 half-American Bryant Says State Should However, it wasn't believed that

children already there who hang this was the real Albert, so the

around the military camps; the 'gator was taken to a nearby pond

town gutters; and orphanages- and turned loose. Some weeks

where they are segregated from the later a state forester In

other children. Pay for Parking Areas Tallahassee decided the'gator was

really Albert and managed to

Hungary Fete re-capture and return the 'gatorto

budgeted for the paving in the the UF. He was able to recognizehim
TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Gov. projectsby as an area across street.
Farris Bryant says the state the road department, and this he said, by paint which was
Set by FUA "We ought to start looking to put on the 'gator's back at the time
should consider paying for part of year $5.2 million has been set
the construction appropriation for
of his theft.105E .
and aside for the paving work.
the cost of parking areas "
funds, the governor said. He
comparison of modern and roads at state Institutions and The conflict is an old one. Many said sometimes architects were -- -- -
historic Hungary will highlight the buildings Instead of depending on persons charged with ?
generous with parking 60/AETMlr4q
Florida Union Hungarian dinner, primary road funds. administering construction funds
planning when they realized it did
Thursday night. all the areas would rather spend all the avail
For years, parking;
not have to be financed within the
Albert Wass deCzege, assistant and roads at prisons,universities, able money for buildings and let overall cost of the building.The .
professor of foreign languages, office buildings and other the gasoline taxes pay for paving. ss

will be guest speaker at the dinnerto Institutions have been let on The road department, which must current road budget calls

be held In the Social Room of contract by the State Road Department construct and maintain Florida's for $4.6 million in expenditures.The .

the Florida Union beginning at along with other highway highways, would rather have the
budget also Includes the ; Look for
6 p.m. projects. money for road projects. ,
following amounts to complete
A film, obtained from the Construction money for most Bryant brought the subject up work already underway: roads In

Hungarian; Embassy, will also be state buildings comes from several two weeks ago at a cabinet meeting; Lake Griffin State Park $10,000
shown. revenue funds and proceeds of when the Game and Fresh Water Florida the
Atlantic University
Tickets will be sold for $1.50 bond sales. This money normally Fish Commission asked for and $40,000, and a bridge over the 1 rotor

and will be available In Florida Isn't used to finance paving got permission to request the road West Palm Beach River at the

Union Room 315 until 2 p.m. projects. department to pave parking areas Glades Correctional Institution \,
Wednesday. Money for the Institutional around Its new building In the $10,000.

Open to all, the dinner menu paving projects come from Capitol Center.

will include chicken soup,sausage, gasoline tax funds that would other- Bryant questioned the extent to

chicken paprikas with dumplingsand wise go for highway construction. which parking; areas would be pro

poppyseed loaf. Last year $5.1 million was vided around the building as well TONIGHTIS
lam. .

t Sneak Preview Nite

NOTICEApplications andSurprise


are now being accepted for two Student Publications positions:

Anything Can Happen

1. ALLIGATOR EDITOR for 2nd Trimester (January-April), to fill .And Usually Does!

unexpired term of graduating editor.

2. EDITORIAL ASSISTANT for The Seminole, for the remainder of lenl". H.us

LUNCH ION j To ALL Students And

the school year. 11 t30 .....

%:0$ ,..,. University Personnel

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Thursday, Nov. 19, 1964. Sahi4ar GAINUVILLI" SHOPPING CINTIIPage

I Monday, Nov. 16, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 3

I The Lettermen: They Were BedlessDONITA

MATHBON to see the display of records.A .
Editor salesgirl came from the back of the store witha
Campus Living
mop and a coke bottle in her hand. rr 4
Fame and fortune' always guarantee a place to "My God! I met a Letterman with a mop In my # .
, spend the night. hand," she exclaimed. c ci
i At least, that was the case of The Lettermen Gary said that he is often mistaken for one of
I when they were left "bedless" In Gainesville after The Lettermen and sometimes it is a deflation
Fall Frolics last Friday night. to his ego.
Because of a mix-up In reservations at one of "I tell people I Just play the bass and they lookat !
the motels In town, two of The Lettermen, Tony me and say 'Oh," he said.
Butala and Jimmy Pike, and the three musicians, The Lettermen group didn't leave Gainesvilleuntil
didn't have a room. Bob Engaman, the third around S p.m. Saturday afternoon after they
Letterman, left town after the performance to meet had signed autographs, sang songs to girls on the .
his wife In Cocoa.So phones In dorms, and went caving at Devil's.Den.
at 2:30a.m.Saturdaymorn1ngthetwoLettermen "They were Just like'one of us'," Eric Anderson, Arwr '
were sitting in Larry's calling different motels in a Delta Sigma Phi Junior said.

town. "They were very sincere and interested in us
Finally a Delta Sigma Phi brother overheard their rather than talking about themselves," he said.
conversation and offered them a place to stay at Two In .the group are Mormons and don't drink
his apartment In back of the Delta Sigma Phi house. Ice tea or coffee. None of them smoke or drink.
The apartment had two rooms with four beds --
Even all the turmoil of finding a placeto
and the five
entertainers finally had a place to
spend the night, The Lettermen said they enjoyed iI\
stay.When meeting the students and that UF was "one of the
news got around that The Lettermen were h
staying at the Delta Sigma Phi house 30 40 greatest groups they had ever performed before .
students or because of the enthusiasm everyone displayed.On 1. ::..t.'t.. :'-\i, A.......
were waiting the next morning for

autographs. leaving Saturday they mentioned that they SIGNING AUTOGRAPHS for UF fans is Tony Butala,
Gary Pike, who plays the bass and is the brotherof hoped they could stop back by before the tour was I
member of the Lettermen who
popular performed
one of the Lettermen, went downtown to a record over.
store with one of the fraternity brothers Saturday That Is if there is any place to stay. .. Friday night In Florida Gym.

Dept. Presents Play Frolics Groups Perform

For C-3 Students Before Packed GymnasiumLYNDA

TOLBERT He said what he liked best about> their problems and enjoy them
JOE WALDORF the literature they are reading Staff Writer entertaining Is "Being able to give selves."
Staff Writer about," Miss Stephenson said. the audience something and seeingit Concerning their appearance
The play will last about 15 The Lettermen, Godfrey appreciated." here, Travis said, "We've never
August Strindberg's one-act minutes, reported Miss Cambridge and Bud and Travis After the intermission, Godfrey been In this part of the country
play, "The Stronger," will be Stephenson. The plot centers entertained a full house for Fall Cambridge, well-known comedian, before, but we're coming back.
given this week to C-3, Freshman around two women, one the wife, Frolics Friday nlfcht. performed. We like it here."
English, students in lieu of their the other her husband's lover, and Afterward, he said he likes to
regular lecture, according to Miss their meeting one day in a co!..v After a short program of entertain young audiences."I don't Fall Frolic this year were
C-3 Instructor.The shop. pre-frolics, The Lettermen were a success However, the
Mary Stephenson, like gray hair in the audience.
introduced. The of the entertainer out fault that
features two singing pointed a
play only Older people are too busy thinking
One voice will for the two three the band others have probably noticed. The
characters Miss speak accompanied by
played by Maggie about their mortgages and other
Belstle and Miss Stephenson, both characters in the play, Miss that works with them, was greeted problems to Just sit down and program was too long.
members of the Florida players. Stephenson said. with much applause.In enjoy themselves."
Both Cambridge and Dutala mentioned
Supplementing the play will be an interview after the show lie said he usually does his act
"An Interesting point about the that the show was too long.
speeches by visiting professorsDr. one of them, Tony Butala, said exactly as he has planned It,
play Is the dramatic monologue Butala said it was his opinion that
Leland L. Zimmerman, they like college audiences better although he sometimes changes It.
concept, Miss Stephenson said. there were too many entertainer
director of Florida Players, and than any other type.They have beenon Occasionally, he gets an Idea from for one show. He felt that pointingthis
Henry D.Swanson,Florida Players "Students will be able to understand tour since September and when something somebody In the out might help In planning
scene designer. this theatrical principle they aren't touring campuses,they audience says. future programs.
"They will speak on the playa better seeing it performed than appear In nightclubs.: They also He said that he gets much of
n d give the classes a brief Just reading about it," she added. make about three records each his material from personal
analysis of its meaning," Miss year. experience He builds on actual

Stephenson said. Butala said, "Most people think experiences to show people bow Fla. Players
The play is being performed to that there is animosity between silly some of the things they do
give students a chance to see what entertainers, but that isn't true. are. lie stated, "I feel that I havea
they have been reading, reported iGAt I don't like the Beatles' singing, mission to teach as well as to
Miss Stephenson. Fag but I think that Lennon and entertain." AnnounceCasf
"Giving students an Idea of the ASSiFiEp McCartney are two of today's best The last group to entertain was
t Y ,
theatre as opposed to literal drama song-writers. All entertainershave Bud and Travis.They are generally
Increases their understanding of the same purpose. When we considered folk singers, although
got here today we received a they do not consider themselvesas
telegram from Bud and Travis such. for ProductionRehearsals
HOW TO START AT THE TOP saying they were looking forwardto They sing, according to Travis

working with us. Edmonson, songs that sound good
for goodgrooming On the subject of good and with guitar music. lie! said, "We for Florida Players
bad audiences, he commented that aren't trying to present any presentation of "She Stoop to
audiences really couldn't be Ideology Our purpose is to Conquer" to be performed at 8
classified as good or bad. "The entertain. "If there is anything p.m. on Dec. 2-6 moved to Norman
No matter how you like your hair cut, audience reflects tM entertainer. that wt want to get across, It If Hall Auditorium yesterday.
If the entertainer is good, the love. But mainly we Just want
According to Director Dr. R,
audience probably will be." people to relax and forget about
I _._ ... Henry, the players had been
sh. r1 rehearsing for the 16th century
<>>: #, Oliver
CITY AUTOMATIC English comedy by
Goldsmith In Tlgert Hall the past

between few week.
or somewhere Casting for this, the Florida

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..':: Are We Or Not ? BodyEDITOR'S

Alli ator ; t

We have a question: Are we or aren't we?
Every time this newspaper's editors have trudged up those
stairs to the third floor of the union, the leaders of Student
Government (SG) have lambasted us broadside about what terrible
coverage we are giving them.
You never write anything nice, they say. Often you never
write anything, they add. Why don't you give us a break, they Dr. Jekyl \
ask. We're doing projects all the time that you won't write

Well, we thought. These people are nice and they say we're

not treating them right. They call us up, they come see us, JAZZ CORNER
they write us letters, they pass resolutions and draw up bills. DESK

Because The Alligator Isn't giving them enough coverage.We .

said fact these we still people's say that.arguments had merit.In They 'fried It AgainWALKER Smith Is Organ Boss

But it just sort of makes us wonder when we read Items suchas
was found as Platform Plank No. 1 in the Gator Party platformrevue
appearing in Friday's Alligator. LUNDY CHARLIE BUSHColumnist
Editor 1
We quote:
"1. KNOW YOUR STUDENT GOVERNMENT Dormitorytalks They tried it again. "A performer of considerable depth and

by President, Vice President of Student Body; Student The Women from the West (FSU) tried to an Infectous beat,"
Government booklet published; well over 100 articles on SG heist our noble mascot. 'But the campus That is the way Jazz historian Barry Ulanov
have been published In The ALLIGATOR.(PUBUC RELATIONS)." policemen prevented the theft despite describes organist Jimmy Smith in his book "A
Gentlemen, how many does It take to satisfy you? themselves Handbook of Jazz" (The Viking Press)

The police saw the Culprits the first time, He ain't Just whistling "Dixie."

To add to our confusion, not only have they been saying that told them simply to "go '. If Smith has even madea
The Alligator has not been giving enough coverage, after stating home." We're glad the poor record I have yet to
that we have printed, ". .well over 100 articles on 00," they -.... thieves weren't' after tI hear It. His big new one
turn around, and only three planks later state that we are Tigert Hall. is "The Cat" (Verve

"questionable" in our coverage. The fraternities with the Records 8587).
Again, we quote: help of Student Government This LP Is "going great
"4. ABOLISH 'INSIDE STUDENT GOVERNMENT' PARTY personnel have taken upon guns" according to the
POOP SHEETS IN FAVOR OF ALLIGATOR REPORTS Althoughthis themselves to guard Albert record dealers here in

was accomplished initially, due to questionable coverage by this week. We applaud this Gainesville. To quote:
The Alligator, this plank will be revised. In the future, weekly excellent showing school "We're sellin' 'em's fas'
Reports to the Campus will be published in order to establishthe -- SDirlt.I 's we kin uncrate 'em."
desired communication with the Student Body. (Public I lUNDY Plans are in the works The title tune "The Cat"is
Relations)." now, as we understand it, also a hit 45 single.
Now, we wonder, are these planks opposed to each other or to take Albert to Tallahassee to see Florida "The Cat" LP has Jimmy backed up with a
not? bury the Seminoles Saturday. We hope Old Al swinging big band conducted by Lalo Schifrin
Why is the Alligator listed under plank No. lin the vein of can make it. who also did the flawless arrangements.The .
having given adequate coverage, and then listed under plankNo. It seems the Girls from Florida State have band Includes such Jazz stars as Thad
4 as giving "questionable" coverage? once again showed their true colors. Jones, trumpet; Jimmy Cleveland and Urbie

If it wasn't before, this evil, sneaking, low- Green, trombones; Kenny Burrell, guitar;
down attempt at thievery has served to make George Duvlvier, bass.

.:.:.!.:.!.......!..................................................................,..............................................!...:.!.!.......!...!....: Saturday's game a grudge-match to end them Tune titles are "Blues In the Night,""Theme
'::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::;:::::;::: ::;:::::;:;:;:::::;:;:;:;:;:::::::::::::::::::::::;:;:;:::;:;:::::::;::::::' all.Give From 'Joy House'," "The Cat," "Basin Street

'Em Hell, Gators. Blues," "Delon's Blues," "Main Title Theme
TODAY'S QUOTE From 'The Carpetbaggers' "Chicago
4 S ,
"Slogans are both exciting and comforting, but they are also "The Carpetbaggers" really grabs you. The
MIDNIGHT MUSINGS -- Congratulations againto
powerful opiates for the conscience.
only word to describe it Is "frantic."
the Interfraternity Council for the best Fall
An LP like "The Cat" proves what critic
Frolics in quite a while.Planning and preparationpays
James Bryant Conant actual
Ira Gitler said -- "In terms of both the
off. .
playing of the Instrument and overall Jazz
.Saw a campus policeman Friday afternoon
conception as applied to the Hammond (organ),
I stop his car in the middle of the busy streetIn
I The FloridaALLIGATOR front of the Florida Union to write a ticket Jimmy Smith Is boss."
Next week If Uncle Wiggily doesn't loose
for a boy and a girl who were riding a motor
his umbrella and the hot sun doesn't melt my
i scooter. The policeman left his patrol car
Ice cream I'll tell you about blues singer
1 blocking the Intersection while he lectured to "
the couple and In a few moments a half dozen "Leadbeily.
Served by United Press International cars had piled up behind him.

Finally he noticed them, told the couple
Editor. . . . . . . Walker Lundy to stay there, and pulled his car across the Our Apology To AII'EDITOR

Managing Editor . . . . . Joel Gaston street and parked .it along the curb in frontof
Assistant Managing Editor . . . .Nancy Brachey the union where it says NO PARKING. Ah. :
Assistant Managing Editor. . . .Dave Berkowltz Justice. .
Editorial Page Editor. . . . . Ed Barber A member of Student Government (SG) told Incidents like the one over bloc seating at
Sports Page Editor. . . . . Bruce Dudley us he didn't believe we had finally complimentedthem the Auburn game seem to come up from yearto
City Editor . . . . . . .Skip Haviser for doing something. Frankly, we didn't year with different persons or groups being
Campus Living Editor. . . . Donlta Mathison believe It either. fraternities,
responsible. This time it was two
UF students are smarter than we thought. that
Sigma Nu and Kappa Alpha. Regretable
Editorial Assistants -.Jim Castello, Ann Carter Don Federman, Only two applications for editor of The Alligator mixups and an occasional flaring of tempercan
Tova Levine, Sam Ullman Ernie Litz (Circulation Manager), for next trimester have been picked up so far. reflect on the integrity of any organizationas
Stan Kulp (Cartoonist), Ron Spencer, Gary Swallow. If we may quote from a blazingly critical a whole, but that is the way it works.
letter we printed a few weeks
ago, where are offensiveto
And It is true that these Incidents are
Reporters Patti Pits (Student Government Beat Chief), all those "many qualified students who would everyone indirectly, the faculty and towns-
Joe Kollln, Bob Golub, Joe Waldorf, Sharon Kelley, Yvette love to have your Job and your pay"
people as well as the student body.
Cardozo, Frank Shepard Lee Alexander, Agnes Fowles Thelma Wonder why they haven't stopped by. For this reason we wish to direct our apologyto
Mossman, Marjorie Green, Evan Langbeln David Kennedy, Four weeks to go. .go..go. all of these'people and assure them that a
Terry Rogers, Susie Halback, Jeffrey Denkealter, Dick Dennis, such
--- sincere effort Is being made to keep
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gladly Incidents
accepts letters- from happening In the future.
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Walker, Barbara Utt. Interested non-students In the UF Don Justin, Sigma Nu

community. AU we ask Is that all letters
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student
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mural competition be-
Intramural football will be
this year for the first time
tween fla. and FSU. Proc 'I ., ',"'/1' :;<'I/.J"',.,. 4 ,
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planned.Other intramural *- ax.

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.,r x'd I u r P: Gator Harriers

,3 r

?< A.k r Face SeminolesFlorida's

track team, the liar- arms, but he instilled the
riers, meet Florida State Univer- necessary spirit and confidence In
sity on their home field today at the team to really give FSU a
L 4:30 p.m. good beating' said Harrier member
t a Y' s, ,R7 This will be the first chance Dan Schulgasser.
E' 'Ti this year for Florida fans to seea Starting members of the team

___ UF-FSU varsity sporting event today wll be co-captains Jim
,4t here. Drown and Dill Opperman; Dieter
Due to the concurrent running Gebhard, Dill Brunson, Dan Wells,
time of the fraternity track meet, Dan Shulgasser and Gary Mania.
the cross country race should be
witnessed by the largest audience
'p- ever to be in attendance at an Cagers DebutFlorida
a event of this sort.
The Harriers are out to avengean unveils its 1004-63
early season loss to the Seminoles basketball edition In the ..
w and at the same time ruin college's annual Dollars for
r. FSU's hopes for an undefeated Scholars game which will startat
season. 8:15 p.m. In the Florida
Florida team members Friday Gym, tonight.
-'- 'it -II.---r-l'" -''-''sus.hrough -
night visited coach Walter Welsch, In the annual tilt, the Gator
CHUG, CHUG Florida Greek player carries ball t Seminole defenders., who is recuperating in the J. varsity will play a team made
Hlllis Miller Health Center from up of the freshmen and D teams.
(Photos by Ron Sherman of the UF Photo Service)
the auto accident which took place Admission will be 80 cents with
when the team returned from their all proceeds going to Dollars
Gator Greeks Win AgThe ainst/ FSU Miami meet last week. for Scholars.
"lie looked like Zorro in white, This Is the last event in the
with a sheet wrapped around his annual drive.
UF's Greek All-Star football schools and all the proceeds from
squad triumphed over the Greek the game will go to Dollars for
team from Florida State Saturday Scholars.
25 to 24. All 26 fraternities were
represented In the game which is A Final ReminderTO
The Inter-Fraternity Council scheduled to become an annual
sponsored the flag football game event before the Florida-FSU foot-
between the fraternities of the two ball match every year.L' .

Liberal Arts Majors "i

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PQT itself won't be given until Saturday, December 12th, but,
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FSU GREEK tries in vain to elude Gators' alert defense.
National Security AgencyFort
rr II George O. Made,'Maryland
Varsity Swimmers Triumph An Equal Opportunity EmployerII

Florida's Varstly swimming Varsity members racked up 62
team dominated sevenof the eleven overall points to the frosh's 33.
events Freshmen members took the ZOO
Saturday at the UF pool
w a contest with the freshmen and 440-yard restyle, diving, and
team the ZOO-yard butterfly.

8, The Florida Alligator, Monday, Nov. 16, 1964

Ii Florida's Baby Gators Cage Auburn Tigers I

c r r r I'. ." My '. I DICK DENNIS gained Auburn In rushing offense

.. t -. ff i < r (LLgTT" ;44.t; : 1 .t.r'f, j. f 1 Sports Writer 154 yards to 34 yards. In total
t r f" tt' offense the Florida
; freshmen
'I" r> '" r
M-p frSSi
_? ; Florida's Baby Gators withstoodthe racked up 224 yards, while the

heat of battle and the sun Little Tigers amassed
!' i -- only 78.
_* _* _
f long enough to close out their The victory gave the Baby

t T. Tt1"i season with a 9-0 thrashing of Gators a season's mark of 3-1,

Auburn's Toy Tigers Saturday at losing only to Miami. It also was

Florida Field.In the second whitewash job for the

an afternoon marked with a first-year Gators. They also shut

ry temperature In the 80's, and out Florida State, 13-0.

brilliant, harsh sunlight, the Gator In commenting on the win over

defense kept the Tigers In the Auburn, head Florida freshmen

E 4'_ of shadow of the Auburn goalposts. coach Dave Fuller emphasized,

Auburn crossed midfield only four "Initiative enabled our team to

times, and only a Florida fumbleat win. Our boys, especially the

the 28 allowed Auburn Inside defense, were real aggressive.
i the Florida 30-yard line. The team has shown a lot of spirit

A and desire all season, and this hot
VtTf"Tr Florida recovered a fumble at weather dldn'tchange their attitudea

1 the Auburn 38, early In the first bit.

quarter. A 14-yard pass from Fuller was especially pleased
quarterback Harmon Wages to
with the defense
pass put up by
halfback Tom Glenn spearheadeda
Baby Gators. Auburn was
drive to the Tiger 10, but then unable
r to complete a big pass
Auburn held and took
during the entire game. Said
possession of the football.In Fuller
"Our two outside

the second period, the Baby linebackers and two middle

Gators took a Tiger punt at the linebackers put the pressure on

Auburn 49-yard line. A pass from Auburn when they had to go for

yearling quarterback Dave long yardage.We .

McIntosh to end Bob Montgomery smothered their roll-out

_"'JIII ... ",ro __ brought the ball to the Tiger 22. pass-run option play and rushed
But Florida's frosh attack bogged Auburn's passers well. You can't

DAVID MCINTOSH Gator quarterback, looks for running room or receiver as he down, and fullback Wayne Barfieldwas pass when you're flat on your

eludes arm of Auburn defender. (Photos by UF Photo Service) called on to boot a 26-yard back."

field goal. At halftime, Floridaled Fuller added, "We confused

30. Auburn by switching our defenses
Too Much Florida'-Ha yle/ Says In the third quarter, with third constantly. Of course, our
yr down and long yardage to go for excellent field position played a

Auburn, defensive end Brian major part in the game's

I JEFF DENKEWALTER Florida today. They have some called a good game. He kept us Jetter leaped to block a Toy Tiger .strategy." .

Sports Writer real fine players I was especially off-balance with his option pass with his chest. Forced to

Impressed with the running ability running." punt, Auburn booted the pigskin to Want to Be a

With the uncustomary good spirit of their backs. After their first their own 40.
Asked if Florida did anything
of a losing coach, Auburn freshman string quarterback (Harmon) Using a 9-yard keeper play by
unexpected, Hayley replied, "Yes,
football coach Lee Hayley com Wages was hurt, I thought their that triangle set-up In the backfield Mcintosh, an 8-yard scamper by CorporatiollPresident
mented on Saturday's defeat. offense would bog down. But that halfback Bobby Downs, and a 7-
was a new wrinkle for us. But Idon't
"There, was just too much other quarterback (Dave)McIntosh yard dash by Glenn, the Gators
think it threw our defense
,r ... 11 ... ul_ IMMbdW **4NMrr .1 Awr.cflr"r a..i4 fought off a holding penalty and
.It ses r .rtn 'rw nrasasa aItdrt. off very much. We adjusted to that
L fL'i advanced to the 24-yard line. ?
new quickly. Someday
t +
k x.11i. f rl Mcintosh then threw a 20-yard
L ,j $4 1Q.dd 'l rai ses 1' to halfback Tom
k 9 pass
Hayley continued "The heat
Hungerbuhler. On fourth down and A rata booklrl, published by a
the field probably hurt us in the '
four to go, the Gators went for educational till
late of the when
p stages game we 1lUIl.
the touchdown. End John Hlgbe
4 b tried, but I don't think that was a
gathered In a Mcintosh aerial for O frrrsofmanylatArtorfrornGnns
telling factor today.
the score. %vl thru slur'!. Regular price,
With the final next week
game The Baby Gators mustered one 2St. Srnlfiee /college:" sluttn,'.,.
i against the Alabama freshmen and
other serious march. Late In the
his record now 1-2,Hayley praised
fourth quarter, Florida freshmen A survey by a Chicago con-
some of his players for outstanding
sulting firm shows that men
took over on their own 44 after
,_ efforts."I whose has
an Auburn punt. major experience
x "q.r think both our tackles,Charlie been in
1 Thanks to a 12-yard romp by marketing are most
,I Collins and Larry Hagan, have climb the of the
va er halfback Richard Trapp and a 13- likely to to top
shown ability this year and I look
ib yard run by Glen, the freshmen corporate ladder. "Marketing"includes
for them to help the varsity next
r all forms of
selling acompany's
tv penetrated to the Auburn 6-yard
season. Also our center, Bob
; line. However, a Baby Gator products or services.
] w Margeson, has shown good fumble erased the threat. Said an official of U.S. Steel: "I

potential." From the viewpoint of a would rather own a market thana
y The Toy Tiger dressing room
statistics sheet, the game was mill." Here are a few of the
was quiet after the contest, as
a more lopsided than the score thousands of presidents who
the commented the heat
players on ,
indicated. Florida's frosh rolledup started as salesmen:
the Baby Gators, and their own
play. 15 first downs, as compared to RAY EPPERT President
Auburn's 5. The Baby Gators out-
Burroughs Corporation
Said right halfback Gary Pope,
SECOND EFFORT for extra yardage is given above "We just played a lousy game amttt s.at LEWIS Lorillard CRUDER President
I and Below by Florida's Tommy Glenn in Baby Gator tilt today. Our lack of outside blocking FRANK R, ARMOUR Company Pres.

t with Auburn Saturday probably hurt us more than any- H. J. Heinz Company

\ thing." ROY J. SUND, President
\ IS* t Left halfback Bobby Payne said M stccO American Can Company

.w..aax ate,-a rii, wtvan ,r.a+, "The heat hurt us, and bad field ICg c COURTLAND S. GROSS.Pres.

ra3't .tK LaCJ '7. 1kr' position kept us fenced in most of, Lockheed Aircraft CorporationJ.
-- 7t* r: WARD KEENER. President
tfr the but this is still the worst
.. game, INSURANCE
'J i B. F. Goodrich Company
game we've had this year." THE COLLEGE PLAN
Guard Phil Martin said, "I'm Write today for the booklet that

not trying to take anything away exclusively for tells which career field producesmore

from Florida, but this is the worst THE COLLEGE MAN top corporation presidents
game we've played since we've than any other-which career

been at Auburn. That quarterback field offers 100,000 new open-

1.w (McIntosh) hurt us with option Deposits deferred ings every year-what starting

plays. The heat got pretty bad, until your earnings salary you an expect. Just send

but that's no excuse for the way increase. this ad with your name and ad-

we played." dress and the fact-filled,24-page

End Mike Morris added, "We booklet. "Opportunities in Sell-

4 just didn't have the desire or the .See us before ing," will be mailed to you with-

pursuit you have to have, to win.I out cost or obligation.This book
buy.Campus .
.w do think though, the beat took you let was paid for by a non-profit

something out of us." representatives: educational foundation as a service

Fullback Lee Kidd said, "That GEORGE CORL to college students and guid-

team (Florida) has got better out- ance counselors. Send for your

: i:' side speed than any team we've MEL WARD free copy now Address: Council -

met. But that still doesn't alter KEN WERTH on Opportunities 550 Fifth

the fact that this Is the worst 376-1208 AienueJlcw: York 36, N. Y..

game for us this year." UF1118Page