The Florida alligator
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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
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Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: November 17, 1964
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
weekly[ former 1912-]
weekly (semiweekly june-aug.)[ former <1915-1917>]
biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
semiweekly[ former <1962>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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Vol. 57, No. 53./. < University of FloridaGainesville Tuesday, Nov. 17, 1964 I !



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NEW MEMBERS: Front, Albert Is Tallahassee' Bound I

(I. to r. ), Abbott Herring,

Paul Huck, "Stumpy" Har- ,

ris, Ed Abbott, Joel Sachs Albert the Alligator will be on the sidelines Saturday when his Ted Croiu of Lambda Chi said he will rent a trailer to take
2nd Miles namesakes tackle Florida State University's Seminoles in a Albert to the game. The brothers will have to build a cage for the
row, Mickey ,
football game that more closely resembles a Hatfield McCoy alligator if UF Plants and Grounds can not locate the "alligator
Bill Hoppe, Zollie I l May- family feud. cage" they keep for Just such purposes.
nard, Vernon Swartsel.3rd The decision to take the ferocious UF mascot along to the game 'It all started out as :a joke," said Crona. "One of our pled-
was made after a group of would-be gator-napers tried to steal ges, Jim Wilson, asked me It It was OK if another friend of his
Howard McNulty, the seven foot reptile in the early morning hours of last weekend. came along for the game. He said his friend's name was Albert. ,
Jeff Ray, Dick Adams. Evidence indicates the culprits were FSU students, "I didn't think anything about it until another pledge asked me
4th, Elliot Messer, Jerry The alligator will be removed from his cage by Lambda Chi if I had heard our fraternity was going to take Albert to the
Alpha fraternity brothers Friday at 3:30 p.m. The Lambda Chi's Florida State game." J
Livingston, Steve Freed- will sneak him out of town and take off to FSU sometime Friday Crona said he started adding things up and asked Wilson who
man, Joe Marinelli, Tho- night. this friend of his was. When Wilson nonchalantly said It was the
mas Tart. 5th, Charles Albert will be hidden outside of Tallahassee and rushed to the alligator, Crona said he was "a little surprised."
game just before kick off time. Albert will be let out of is cage The fraternity cleared its caging of Albert with proper au
Plumb, Joe Coudon, Bob at the game. However, he will still be attached to ropes with thorities. The caging will take place at the 3:30 p.m. break for
Deloach. Stories, Page 3 Lambda Chi men on the other end.. classes, so as many students n possible can see It.

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assistant to Student GovernmentSG
8JJj' ( ) Vice Pres. Dick Gober. He's 1 1in
charge of "making sure Albert 'I
doesn't leave." f
t ./ 'yf a1R 1 11 We don't know what to expect,
: v Io, 11 but I'm going to make sure that
thing (Albert) doesn't get away,"
said lledstrom.lledstrom .
set up a fraternity
Designed For Better Understanding vigil over Albert after someone
Alum fFeast'Set attempted to snatch the alligator
early Freday morning.

SG Tours to BeginStudent at FSU night."I Members are. now of guarding a different Albert fraternity every-

Alumni of the UF and Florida haven't had any trouble get
State University will feast together ting the fraternities I to guard
Government (SG) tours take part in the first tour. The students will then proceedto prior to the Florida-FSU football Albert," Hedstrom reported.The .
are scheduled to begin Thursday.The Following this, the tours will the third floor to tour SG game in Tallahassee Nov. 21. gator watch will continue
tours are designed to answer be coordinated through the dormitory offices. At 3:30, they will attenda The seventh annual barbecue, until Albert Is removed from his
student criticism, give stud- areas. cabinet meeting and meet the Jointly sponsored by the two alumni pen to go to Tallahassee for the
ents a chance to see SG in opera The tours will start at 2:30 president and vicepresident.The associations takes place In game Saturday
tion.A. Thursday afternoons in a first floor tours will end with a ques- Tully Gymnasium on the FSU cam I
group of student leaders, Including meeting room of the Florida Union. tion-and-answer period.In pus from 11 a.m. 1 p.m. No
area presidents,fraternityand Speakers from SG, Honor Court addition to the SG tours, vis- tickets will be sold at the door, PackardTo
sorority representatives and and Legislative Council will talk Its to every dormitory area on according to alumni officials.
dormitory representatives will to the group of 25-30 students. campus have been made during this Alumni Loyalty Fund contributors -
trimester by SG officials for the may purchase tickets from
purpose of discussing and promoting the alumni office on the Florida SpeakModern
SG alms, according to SG campus through Nov. 20.
Law Win
Vice-Pres. Dick Gober. Alumni officials said that mall America's self-styled
Gober and Pres. Ken Kennedy orders should include a self- critic and noted author, Vance
have made the visits and talks to addressed envelope and a $2 check Packard, comes to the UF next
Regional TourneyThe all UF housing areas. per person. week.
The importance of cooperation Sponsored by the Ufa Florida
between SG and the hall governments Union Forums Committee, Pack
UF Moot Court Team continued on its winning way last Friday has been stressed through ard will speak on the topic,What'*
by sweeping all the honors in the Southeastern Regional Finals In the Hall Councils, Gober said. s Happening To The American Character .
Atlanta, Ga.Competing. Discussion sessions also con- ?"
against 10 teams from the top law schools in the South, cerned money needs, he added. Packard, whose first three
the UF Moot Court Team won the single elimination competition bya Although discussions have been books, Including "TU Hidden Persuaders
margin beleived to be the largest recorded in recent years. concentrated among governmental ," made the top spot on
long with team honors, Gerry Richman was selected the outstanding people in the residential areas, the best seller list, .is scheduledto
speaker of the competition and the UF brief was selected as the Gober said he and Kennedy were aPACKARD speak at the University Auditorium
top brief by a significant edge. Interested in direct talks with next Thursday at 8:15 p.m.
The win will allow the UF team to go to the National Moot Court UF students not connected with ..
Finals to be held in New York City on Dec. 14-16. government.SG .
After drawing a first round bye. the UF team defeated the University A native' of Pennsylvania Pack
of Vanderbilt Thursday for their initial win. Robert Feagln and Gerry ard has been an author, writer and
Rlcfcman took measure of the Vanderbilt team that tied the Ut squad CONSTITUTIONSTUDY teacher since receiving his mas
last year and went to the National Finals. Brian Ellis and Richman ter's degree from Columbia Grad-
defeated the University of Miami entrants in the next round, which uate School of Journalism In 1937*
set the stage for the final round with the University of Stetson which STARTS i Before his preoccupation with
Feagln and Richman wrapped up. the social sciences, Packard spent
Florida now advances into competition with the other top law five years as a newspaperman U
school Moot Court teams in New York City in arguments before the Boston and New York. From
Justices of the U.s. Supreme Court and other top Judges of the United there he turned to writing magazine -
States. articles and books

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Committee Studies I from UPI ]

SG ConstitutionAONES Kennedy Grave

Design UnveiledWASHINGTON

Staff Writer FOWLES "w News* Brimli:1: (UPI) Simplicity and spaciousness be the themesfo

Student Government)Constitution Campus the gravesite for the late President John F. Kennedy.

Revision Committee mem- ::::::: .- :.:;:.:;:.:;:. The late President's grave will be marked by a gray slate tablet.At

bers set the road to "finding out m IJ ADS U.S. Navy 1|;;|11 the head, and its central symbolic feature, will be the eternalflame.
exactlly where the problems lie"at .. .
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their first meeting Sunday, according ::: Plans for the grave design and the accompanying landscaping
to Chairman Blain. 11m11: : Alpha Delta Sigma advertisIng Members of the U.s. Navy OCS :::::::::::: u were
Blain mentioned that his grad- ::::::: fraternity will hold a Foun- Recruiting Team will accept ::::::::::: unveiled Monday at the National

uation in December would disable :1m11: der's Day meeting and Informal applications and conduct inter- :xjj:::::::: Gallery of Art. Construction of the

him from continuing as chairman :::::::::: Initiation tonight at 7:30 p.m. views today through Friday at ::;::::: Arlington Cemetery graveslte is
after this trimester. He said he ::::::: Members and Initiates are re- the Florida Union. Applications :::::::: China Claims tentatively scheduled to start in the

hopes someone will be ready to :::.::.::.:: quested to wear coats and ties. will be accepted from senior ::::::::::: fall of 1965. It will be completed
take his job then he leaves. male students and junior and ::::::::::: about a year later.

Committee member Herman II. Circle K Club senior women students to attend :::::::::: U.S. Plane Hit Serving as a platform for the
.&. OCS at Newport, Rhode Island. |:::$:::: grave will be a paved rectangular
Greene said Leg Council elected ::::::ft:: The members of the Circle
Blain, knowing he would not be :::::$:::: K Club will distribute free ca- There Is no obligation on the :m11: TOKYO (UPI) CommunistChina ,space. Directly above It will be

able to complete the job, In hopes :::::::::! reer booklets to seniors at the part of the applicant. :::::::::: said Monday one of its the Curtis-Lee grassy slope mansion.that climbs tothe

that Blain would be working on ::: Air Force units shot down a "pi-
:::::::: Information booth across from Below the
the project long enough to con- :;:::::::: the Hub Nov. 16-20 from 9-4. 4-H Club I lotless" U.s. high altitude recon- gravesite will be a
paved elliptical terrace.
tribute his philosophy to the re- ::::::::::: The club will meet tonight at The Collegiate 4-H Club will :jjxj:::: naissance plane over south cen- from both sides of the Emerging terrace-

vision. :::1:1:1:|:| 7 in the Fla. Union Room 116. meet No19 In Fla. Union :%::$:::: tral China. will be a paved walkway that will
Greene stated that service Radio Peking, in a Japanese lan
by ':::|j Visitors are welcome.
:: : Room 218. Alvin Alsobrook, ';jxjij; form a ,circle 660 feet in circum
Blain would aim the In the broadcast monitored here,
group guage
II:::1:::: "F" Club assistant director of Alumni :::::::: ference.
right direction. said the plane was unmanned but
1:11;: 1 Services will speak. Members :::::::*:::: Plans were made public at a news
Committee members were .... gave no further details.
are encouraged to invite guests. ::::::::::
,...... conducted by John Carl
assigned to find out from those =ftThe::::: "F" club will meet tonight The announcement created
involved with the constitution ::: something of a mystery.The United Warnecke, who designed the grave-
::$::: at 7:30 p.m. In the "F" i i
where they think problems lie in :::::::::: Club room at the stadium. All Hillel I .1...... States is not known to have any site, and Defense Secretary Robert
S. McNamara. ,Senator-elect
Its structure. :::1::::1: members are to wear their drones or robot-flown planes cap-
Concerning the Alligator, Earl ::: :fff ff able of carrying out such recon- Robert F. Kennedy and his sis-
Barker, 3AS, said he would rathersee :::::::::::::: letter sweaters or jackets. The Hillel Foundation will ':::::::: naissance missions.In ter, Mrs. Eunice Shriver were on

any provisions on Alligator .:.:.:. sponsor a dance "Midnight :::::$:::: Washington, U.S. State De- hand to represent the Kennedy

publications Included in the Char- ::jijj:.::;:.:::.:::: Finance Assn. Magic" Nov. 21 at 8:30 p.m. ::::$::::: partment officials said they had no family.

ter of Student Publications than In at the Foundation .Refreshments :::::::::: information to support the Chinese
:m::11: Members of the Student Finance will be served and the ':$::
the SG Constitution. lie explainedthat ?::: assertion. White House Press Sec-
::::::::: Association will take a
it would be desirable to have public Is Invited. fr: :1 retary George E. Reedy also was Gator Classifieds
111:1:1::, field trip Nov. 19 to several
controversy kept from the Con- '; ::::: asked about Peking's claim and Univ. Ext. 2832 I
::::::: financial institutions In Jack- ::
stitution.An '; :|:|::1|: said' "I know nothing about it.Thisis
::::*: sonvllle. The members will be Hungarian :;:: '
agreement on this aspectof the first I've heard about if;'
;.....: the guests of the Southeastern ..............
the constitution was not reached.It .
that ::::::::::: Association of Financial Ana- The International Committee |:::jj|:::::
was decided the committee
consult with the Board of Student ::::::::::: lysts. A meeting will be held will hold a Hungarian Supper i::::::: CongregationalE&RUNITED
Publications before de- :::::::::':: at 7 p.m. tonight in Johnson Nov. 19 at 6 p.m. in the Social :::::::::
cision. making a ::::::::: Lounge. Guest speaker will be Room of the Fla. Union. Tick- ::|::::::: CHURCH OF CHRISTAn

::::::::::: Andrew Ireland, President of ets are available In Fla. Union :::/:'::::: organizational meeting to Will all Interested persons
Barker the committee
consult on suggested special problems as ::::&::::: the American National Bank Room 315 for $1.50 until to- !'...:;: form a Gainesville church will please call 372-3117 or 376-

arise i;:::1:1:.:: in Winter Haven. morrow at 2 p.m. :::$:::::: be held Wednesday, Nov. 18. 6856 or 376-0419.
they ..
through general review :':'-:'-:'-.-..............'.'.'.......'.'.'..............................................................................................................................iii.iTHE
and then proceed in a problem :::::::::::;:::::;::::;:;:;:::;;;:::;:;:::;::;::;:;:;:;;:::;:::;:;:;::;:;:::::;::::::::::::::::::::::;:;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::;:::::;:;:;:::::::;:;::
solving approach. This is the procedure
which the group adopted. EYES OF CAMPUS A
Attention was brought to the F
fact that a committee to inves. :>>)I

tigate election difficulties had not i 'd I; '.': When you advertise in

been appointed by SG vicepresident ...";df ; : THE FLORIDA 'GATOR
Dick Gober as yet. A motion
was passed at the Oct.' 6 Leg

Council meeting that such a comm-

ittee be formed on to to the pass revision recommendations See What's @ ej New in


When question arose as to whe-
ther Freshman Council should be tid \k
The Browse r
included in the SG Constitution, ::1 "
Agnes Fowles, 2UC, was draftedto '. .')t '
work with the committee to LEARNING MATERIAL '" '"
check Into the matter.In ;'

the revised constitution it will ,1 yr

be proposed that all elected SG TWO-HOUR SHORTHAND: . . Szarforz & Grahm r
officials and all appointed officials

subject to the approval of Leg
Council take the oath of office.
r V
As the constitution now reads,this B. R. Gossick V V V 4 VV' V

article is too wordy, Blain said. rr---

MOSSBAUER EFFECTS . . . Gunther Wertheim v'-

Exhibition Set

For Kohn Art

THE WASTE MAKERS . . . Vance Packard
Drawings, collages: and lithographs -
by Gabriel Kohn will be
on exhibition in the Art Depart- THE STATUS SEEKERS . . . .Vance Packard Designed for you, foreverThis

ment's Gallery X Nov. 2027.
the look
Kohn, who has received two Ford women adore..styling as timelessas
itself, yet with
a knowing flair that
Foundation contemporary
grants for art study, makes it
very much "
has taught at the Brooklyn School "today.

Museum, Canbrook, the art centerat NAKED SOCiETY. . . . Vance Packard
La Jolle the School rf Fine Gainesville's
Arts at San Francisco and the Quality Jewelers

University of Washington. He has LI NEAR ELECTRIC CIRCUITS . . . Cassell
lived In Sarasota since 1961.

His work has been exhibited extensively @
in this country and in THE FABRIC OF GEOLOGY . . . Albritton

Europe. The exhibition here is one M(..1[R A..I
of a series Intended to help make '[i jocit"
the artistic: resources of Florida Campus Shop & looksfore Exclusive Dealer---Artcarved Gem Diamonds

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FLIGHT has selected 13 coeds for new membershio. Front row, from left Is Carol Case, Jennifer McKInnon,

I Lee Craig, Connie ')gle, and Joy Schwarts. Second row, from left, Sandi Jones, Eleen Miles, Andrea Westman, Mary I

Arliskas, Suzy Hughes, Frances Nuccio, Susan Sloat and Barbara Hadley. (Photo By Carolyn Johnson. )

Largest GroupYQt

I FBI Taps 26Twentysix Race 'Covers'

members were elec- Swartsel, religion; Jeff. B. Ray Coudon, and Elliot Messer, pub. U.S. EffortsTOVA
ted for a record Florida Bue II, village government; Zollle May- blicatlons; Robert DeLoach, Steve
Key (FBK) leadership fraternity nard, intramurals. Freedman, Michaul Hollingsworth.
tapping Saturday night. Michael Miles, and Joel Sachs,
Barry Benedict, Gordon H.Harris -
The tapees and their major areas student government.
ire: Jerry Livingston, athletics; Charles F. Plumb, Thomas Edward Abbot, Richard Adams, LEVINE the countries of Black Africa. He
Robert- Feagin forensics; Vernon Tart, all organizations; Joseph Lester (Duddy)Blaine,Abbott Her Editorial AssistantAll duscribed the newspapers during

ring, William Hoppee, Paul Huck, the Birmingham racial Incidents
STUDY TO WONDERFUL Joseph Marlnelll, C. Howard Mc- efforts made by the U.S. as an example
Nulty, Jack B. Nichols, and Hugh government in foreign policy and "The front page of one of the
MUSIC WITH A Wilson service. aid towards other countriesand Nigerian papers was: entirely takenup
especially towards the African by the picture of a Negro
ZEHITH FA1/A1 TABLE RADIO [ 000 tions- are overshadowed and covered being held down by a policemanand
up by the impact of the showing anotherpollcemanbe-
u FBK PICKS OFFICERSFlorida racial issue. hind him holding a dog on a leash.At .
as low as $39.95 That's the opinion of ex-FSU the top of the page In big letters
Blue Key (FBK) electednew football captain and former Peace was wittten, 'Democracy?' "
officers Thursday night. Corps representative Al Ulmer, Ulmer recalled.
Performance Guaranteed ByCOUCH'S Mac Melvin was chosen president who spoke at a meeting of the Stud
According to Ulmer, Nigeria Is
; Thomas Moore, vicepresident ent Group for Equal Rights Sun
Wilson Atkinson, treasurer, a land of contrast. Transition Is
; day night.
Own Quality Zenith noticeable "from oxcart to
and Sheldon Flnman, secretary. "All the money we give can't
Melvin said he favored the chapter airport," he commented.
make up for one race incident
Complete FM Service Ulmer explained the feeling of
Dept. taking stands on controversial here," Ulmer said.
issues of Interest to UF students."I According to Ulmer, who recently American hypocrisy felt by the
don't believe the role of a Africans and his own mixed feelIngs .
COUCH'S 608 N. MAIN ST. completed two year's service -
looking at the United States
leadership organization is to foep In the Peace; Corps In Nigeria
silent on matters of Importanceto from corny miles away
it is hard to ask these !
Selling ZENITH Since 1933 students," he said. countries to adopt a democratic "Often I was asked by a student
," Ulmer said, "if he could
... .. .. ., policy of equal opportunity for
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did? Of the ..at that
course answer
b SM Nocturne Stir OIly it tta all when these policies are not
time, before the Civil Rights Act
i: : ADtietl2adArtatYnlJawelerfBY even completely fulfilled In the
was passed.-was 'no'."
United States.
"It is hard to explain to othersto Ulmer, who taught secondary
'do as I say but not as I school science and English, Is
ortcarvedr do'"Ulmer contended. now a worker for the Southern
He told of the feeling of an Regional Council, a research organliatlon .
s Bartow American, especially a Souther. supported by foundation
CITY JEWELRY STORE ner, in a forelgh country. He funds. He Is presently working
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GatorNappingThe { ,I

attempted gator-naplng of Albert the Alligator this past ti r

weekend has made the UF-Florida State University football game '
even more Important than expected that were possible. -j FSU?

Before this weekend, it was a case of one school against the r
other, the records of the two teams at stake. It was a matter .T Sq \
of grid prowess, not a personal thing.

But now. .
Dishonesty, skullduggery, and the breaking of the laws of
civilized man have entered the picture. Things are different now.
It Is a case of right and honesty (us) against evil and trickery
(them). Justice (a UF victory) must prevail In the game Saturday.
There can be no other way.
We, as a newspaper and as a student body, have playfully
traded Jibes with our "sister" school to the west for years.
Always it was in fun and usually In good taste.In .
1961 the only year Florida State has not lost In the young
series (it was a 3-3 tie), we were willing to let the younger set .
from Tallahassee play its little game of tearing down our goal POLITICAL ECHOES
posts Just as If they had won. It was evident to us that they
considered a tie against the Flghtin' Gators as good as a win

against All in anybody fun, we else.thought. Down On The Vegetable FarmRON

And then the next few years, as the Gators registered victory
after victory, we laughed at FSU when her students cheered,
"Go to Hell, Florida, go to Hell."
And when UF students ingeniously countered this show of
vulgarity by waving yellow sheets of paper In mass to show what SPENCER The Great Kelp still sat in the Vegetable

they thought was Florida State's true color, we chuckled again. Editorial AssistantAt Party meetings, however, and many listened
What's better than to him. But even kelps grow old, and slow, and
a good old college rivalry? It has always one time, not so very many years ago,
served to make the game considerably more Interesting In the there was born in the Land of Plenty a vegetable, the Great Kelp was no different. Only not alwaysdo
past and this year's game was already a sell-out. a kelp. old kelps know when they have outlived their

UF did not mind the little puppy yapping at her heels, and most Being one of millions of kelps, this particular tribunal usefulness. Everyone in the Vegetable
of us knew that SOME DAY FSU would finally beat UF. Chancesof vegetable had no initial particular claim to Party looked to him for direction, during the
It happening this year were the best yet since the game Is being fame. However, It grew with the years while conduction of a new forum to decide the next
played in Tallahassee for the first time and since the Seminoles other kelps remained stationary or withered.It leader, but the Great Kelp did not take the
have their best team yet. became a giant kelp. expected Initiative and the Prickly Cactus slipped

But all that has changed. The threshold of greatness was passed one into the party leadership. This prompted witty
They have tried to steal our alligator. They must be punished, summer when a particularly distressing and patch journalists to notice that "a funny thing
not with counter-pranks that would put us into the same Immature dangerous case of the brown rust attacked the happened to the Vegetable Party on the way to
class they are In, but with a crushing, crunching victory on the millions of plants growing toward fruition. Due the patch."
gridiron Saturday.We to his esteemed position within the patch, the The Prickly Cactus drew most of his support
ask the Gators not to simply defeat the Seminoles as they kelp, henceforth known as The Great Kelp, from a "grass-roots" appeal. Much of his
always have in the past. We ask them to make the score so threw himself to the forefront of defending MA, following included the Johnson Grass, the crab
lop sided, and the outcome so apparent, that perhaps FSU will fellow vegetables against [ p grass and the sandspur and Venus fly trap
leave us and our mascot alone for a while. this deadly blight. A long- elements of the patch, vegetarian growth which
It's all right for a young puppy to yap at your heels, but when time member of the VS had literally come out from under the bushes.
he begins to nip at your ankles, you've got to turn and give him a protective forces on the SSS Far from decrying the candidacy of the Prickly

good swift kick.It fringe of the patch, he Cactus and his grassy followers, the Great
is no longer simply a football game. played a chief role in Kelp continued to waver and bend his stalk with
The honor of UF Is at stake. administering the eradica- the shifting of the breeze. His harvest time was

tion and eventual 4 quickly approaching, and after all, his beliefs
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1j1 1 j1H 1 1 1::::1:: 1 1 1 1 1 j1H 1:::::!::1:1:1:: 1[1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1111m! m m!;!;1 11 ;!!!;!;;1!;11 subjugation of this deadly had never been fixed. He did feel the Great

Brown Plague. Farmer was getting too much authority, but
TODAY'S QUOTE Many were the rewards t beyond this and a few other ideas about mass

"The Constitution does not provide for first and second class niiu....... away d s h eaped upon pest eradication, his views were narrow and
citizens." \ this mighty vegetable. It SPENCER limited. Therefore, he backed the Prickly Cactus

Wendell Lewis Wilkie was placed In a figurehead position as a tokenof and asserted to questioning Vegetable Party
the great esteem held by the lesser kelps. members that this newcomer to the patch would

Talk continued that perhaps one of the two great restore old principles to the patch.

The o FloridaALLIGATOR ruling factions in the patch might choose it to The Great Kelp sat at the forum and listened
carry their banner at the next harvest time whena while the Prickly Cactus told everyone that
new leader would be chosen. This talk provedto "Animalism in the pursuit of vegetarianismis

be without substantiation initially, but the really no vice," thus appealing to the few
growing strength of the Red Rust did much to Venus flytraps in the audience.
Served by United Press International cause the Great Kelp to reconsider the next The Prickly Cactus was defeated of course,

harvest. as only the fringe of the patch and a few noisy
Editor. . . . . . . .Walker Lundy The Great Kelp did not know how to effectively grasses supported him.
Managing Editor. . . . . . Joel Gaston govern a patch, but he did know how to look So bad in fact was the defeat to the Great
Assistant Managing Editor. . . . .Nancy Brachey Great, and he easily outclassed his withered Sunflower Plant that the Vegetable Party came
Assistant Managing Editor. . . .Dave Berkowitz opponent in the contest. He still thought he was out of the election looking much like Campbell's
Editorial Page Editor. . . . . Ed Barber at the fringe fighting the Rust in direct battle, alphabet soup. The scattered remnants of the
Sports Page Editor. . . . . .Bruce Dudley as would appear from his organization and Vegetable Party began looking around tor leader-

City Editor. . . . .. . . .Skip Haviser administrative procedures once he was the ship and, of course, the Great Kelp garneredmuch
Campus Living Editor. . . . Donita Mathison leader. He stopped the battle ensuing between his of this attention.But .
patch and the Yellow Rust, then announced to defendedthe
would the Great Kelp which
Editorial Assistants --Jim Castello, Ann Carter Don Federman, all that he would retaliate to any attack by patch so well against the varl-colored,rusts
Tova Levine, Sam Ullman. Ernie Litz (Circulation Manager), either the Yellow or Red Rust with a great be able to rid the Vegetable Party of the grassesand
Stan Kulp (Cartoonist), Ron Spencer, Gary Swallow. pesticide which, If employed, would eradicatethe weeds which threatened to choke it? The
rusts forever.
Great Kelp seemed to feel that ragweeds and
Reporters Patti Pits (Student Government Beat Chief). Rusts, however, are notoriously sneaky and do vegetarian riff-raff should be allowed remain
Joe Kollln, Bob Golub, Joe Waldorf Sharon Kelley, Yvette not always make frontal attacks, rather preferto within the to the group a
party give
so as
Cardozo, Frank Shepard, Lee Alexander, Agnes Fowles, Thelma nibble and eat at the fringes of vegetable broader base of appeal. Would his leadership
Moss man, Marjorie Green, Evan Langbeln, David Kennedy, strength. Thus they did, all the while the Giant prevail and would another Giant Kelp be manu-
Susie Halback Jeffrey Denkewalter, Dick Dennis Kelp hid behind the screen of overpowering
Terry Rogers, factured somehow to replace the old one now
Beverly Faber, Dick Schneider, Greg Seitz Sue! Dobbie, Lorraine omnipotence. But the vegetables were notably withering in its stalk? Only time would tell, but
Vlscardl Ami Saperstein, Maureen Collins, Anne Gartrell, Kathy myopic In nature, and they thought all was well it had been since the patch had foughtthe
so long as the Great Kelp beamed at them ages
Walker Barbara LIU. Kelp
in the
direct combat and
occasionally in his paternal manner and did not the
was in Perhaps
effect the "last hero.
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaperof allow the Great Farmer to pick too many of Vegetable something
Party would have to look
the University of Florida and Is published five times weekly them each harvest-time. other than next ticket.
a patch hero to head the
except during May, June and July when It Is published semi- Even Great Kelps grow old however,and finallythe Whether not would return
or the Great Kelp
official of The Great Kelp stepped down from his lofty
weekly. Only editorials represent the opinion to the question
glory of Its moot
past was a
post atop the vegetable tribunal
Alligator. Columns represent only the opinions of their authors. relinquishing but the odds stacked agaiMJ
matter at the United his position to a more youthful and more forceful were tremendously
The Alligator Is entered as second class such show Just
an must
occurrence. Which all
States Post Office at Gainesville. plant who,unfortunatelywas strickenquite earlyin what elected to
his reign by a blight which arose icternally. happens when vegetables are
high places.



Tuesday, Nov. 17, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 5 #
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: : UF-FSCW Game..

: i::;
::=;:::; To the Fighting Gators
ii:::i: Concerning: Florida FSCW game

.:.::..::..:.:.; Gentlemen: Chuck says

For the past eleven and half months we have
been singing the praises of our wonderful he paid 300 bucks
university, the quality of our football team, In
short, our masculine superiority over certain
less forhis
other "universities" to the northwest. Perhapsat .
times we have been something less than I
humble, but it is because of our pride in you, Coronet
the epitome of our masculinity.We .
have loudly sung your praises from Elfers than did
to Two Egg. (One of us even gave a recital you really ,
before the Zuber P.T.A., singing "My Gators ("
'Tis of Thee, Sweet University.") Being the for that turtleof know
unbiased gentlemen that we are, we have also
felt the necessity to broadcasting the superior yours how to
qualities of our sister school, FSCW, that is,
her tender weakness, her femininity, her \ "'
sweetness and light. hurt a guy' :

However, we have recently been overcomeby .yz.
the lack of appreciation of our sister school.
(One would have thought we had questioned her
purity.) This ingratitude has been most evidentin
the insistent claims of some of our sisters
that will this a \,
they stomp our posteriors coming
Saturday. ,.

Such claims, although completely ungrounded,
have cast doubt upon our manhood among some
of our innocent, but devoted sisters at FSCW.
Shall we stand for this?
Following an ancient custom among gentlemen,
we have no choice but to immediately establishour

manhood and superiority, or to end our ........... I
shame by some drastic measure. We can not
live on in such shame.
Therefore, we have made a pact by which we
are bound either to tromp the ungrateful maidens,
thus reasserting our manhood, or to cast ::1
ourselves from our dorm windows. Yes. .
cast ourselves from our dorm windows,spiraling
down into the cold, gray cement below.
Gators, only you can save us from our
suicidal leap. We know you'll come through.

Tolbert Basement FaithfullyThe EightP. "Chuck's a swinger," says she."His

Coronet is quick and clean, with a lean
S. Give 'em hell, Gatorsllll!!!!
and hungry look. It's equipped with a

?:::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::;:::::::::.:::::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:;:.:.:.:;:;:;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::=:;:::::;:;:;:;:;f:! 426 cubic inch mill that will mock your

:::; (EDITOR'S NOTE: The Alligator has a :::; turtle at the strip or on the street. He's
::;: letter to the editor listing the merits of a :::; .
:::: professor at the UF. It was unsigned because :::' got four on-the-floor, buckets, belts,

:::: the writer did not want anyone to think that :::: carpets,console, spinners, and a padded
:::: the of the letter to sort ::
purpose was bring any ::
dash.And he said that but
:::: of influence upon his class grade. However, :::'
:::: we have a policy of not printing any letters :::: the four.speed stick and the 426
:::: which are unsigned. Therefore our hands are ::::
standard. Then she broke his back
:::: tied. If the author of the letter will come to ::::
:::: The Alligator office and Identify himself,we will :::: r by asking. "Didn't you pay extra for
::: be most happy to print it with his name withheld.) :: some of that jazz?"

Don't let the truth hurt you.

'Sick And Tired'EDITOR Better see the all,new,hot new Dodge

r Coronet before you buy a (cuckoo).

: a (cuckoo-cuckoo).or even a

I am getting sick and tired of seeing all 4 (cuckoo-cuckoo,cuckoo).
the flagrant violations of the bicycle riderson
this campus.
Today, I was almost run down by a bicyclist
taking a short cut across the Plaza of the
Americas. (I saw no sign saying this was a .
bicycle path.)
Also, I was under the impression that bicycle
riders must obey the same rules as do
motorcyclists and motorists.
U this be true, then the campus police must
have their eyes closed.
Riding on sidewalks (not near a bike rack), i
going the wrong way on one way streets, Illegal
parking--these are violated daily by bicyclists.Yet .
I have yet to see one get a ticket.
While I'm at it, another thing: It seems
mighty peculiar that those who ride motorcycles
;/ are the only ones which are not allowed to park .b
!4 out of their assigned zones after the restricted
i' times during the day.
If one wants to get something from the Campus
Shop, he still must walk a mile-even It It Is
7 p.m.
? ?
i But if he or she has a car, it can be parked ::::::;
,\; right in front of the Shop.

I a'' '''. Carl SwoUord

'.:iIIb.." ;j. 65 Dodge Coronet DODOIDIV1SIOHCS.H iYS La81F1o1tJtH LE R f

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6, The Florida Alligator' Nov 17 1964 ,. ,


I For Sale ] 1 I Autos J ServicesMILLER .1 WANTED

ALLSTATE SCOOTER'62 easy to 1964 FIAT 4 door sedan, in 4 SONS AUTOPAINTINGSHOP
drive. $120. Call Barry Sharpe excellent condition with only 8,000 all cars $29.95 body work.
376-9161, Room 413 Trussler.A- miles. $250 equity and take over' We have moved to 1619 S. E.
54-lt-p). balance of $750. May be seen at Hawthorne Road. ALL WORK
104 SW 8th Street after 5 p.m. GUARANTEED. (M-37 20t-c). Students to
USED SMITH-CORONA Portable (G-54-tf-nc). -
typewriter. Excellent condition; GARNER DRAFTING SERVICE.
just cleaned. See at 3224 N. W. 1957 CUSTOM ROYAL DODGE, Leroy lettering, charts, graphical
14th Street. First trailer on left. 4-dr. sedan, power steering. Must delineation, preparation of data
(A-53-st-c). sell immediately. Car at 1415 for Ozalid reproduction for thesis participatein ,
NW 3rd Ave. Call 376-1567 after and dissertations. 3728008. (M-
COLUMBIA "MASTERWORK" M 5 p.m.(G-54-4t-c). 48-lOt-c).
700 Tape recorder.Brand new,all
accessories, portable, Ideal for HAVE '57 CONV. Need cash,
taping lectures, records, and best offer takes it. Call FR 6- 1 Real Estate] humorous
radio. $100 or best offer. Call 0529 between 6-7 M-F. May be
George Sims 2-9303 after 5. (A- seen at 316 NW 14th Street. (G-
52-3t-p). 53-3t-c). 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH Home for
sale in Highland Court Manor.
VIKING 4 track, stereo tape deck. '52 PONTIAC STATION WAGON. Fenced in back yard. Payed up
Model 76 comptact.Slightly used. Good condition. Must sell pool membership. Excellent photo essay.t .
$175.Call Univ.Ext. 2832 between immediately. Call 6-1301 after 1 financial arrangement offered.
8 and 5.(A-41-tf-nc). p.m. (G-52-5t-c). Call 3727580.(I-53-3t-c).

1961 VW, excellent condition.
Radio & heater. Call Jack 378-
ATKINS solid body, cherry finish, -- I
2271 after 3 p.m. 515 N.W. 15th
quadri-pickups, W/case. 18 mo.
old, excellent condition.$535 new, Avenue. (G-51-5t-c). TIRED ofWALKING
sell $250. Call 3782162.
1964 MG-B; 1961 ALFA ROMEO.
(A-CO-St-p) ?
Buy either one or both. Call Bo
Cook, FR 8-1052 or FR 2-9363
or see at Pike house. G-44-tf-c).

1 For Rent --l
1963 OLDS JETFIRE: Metallic ;t
blue; 4 speed; air conditioned;
FURNISHED HOUSE AVAILABLE turbo charger; radio; heater.
Jan. first. Suitable for 4 boys. Highest offer buys. Call John at
FR 2-8743, at 1122 NW
$150 per month; near campus. or see
Call Mr. Mason at 66461. (B- 4th Ave. (G-50-St-p).
1957 PLYMOUTH 2-dr V-8 FURY
WANTED COED to share home hardtop. Radio, beater, stick shift
with woman and children. Can be in floor, good tires,Excellent buy
seen at 1617 N. W. 10th Terr. for $295. Call 2-3251 after 6 p.mi-;

or call FR 2-2726. (B-51-tf-c). (G-44 tf-c). there are 3

'63 DODGE V-8 Station Wagon. always goodtransportation

I WantedMALE I Auto trans., power steering, buys
passing gear, transferrable 50,000 listed in the Gator
mile warranty. $2095, after 6 call
ROOMMATE to share split- 3763694.G-47-tf nc). Classified Section.
level apartment. Very modern and
3 blocks from campus.Call 6-9867
from 45.(C-54-2t-p).
I Personal Call Univ. Ex. 2832 have particular need of

beautiful apartment upstairs completely, downstairs furnished. people with broken bonesor
DRY CLEAN 8 IDS. $1.50. This jis
Contact at 81077 or 1824 NW .
10 articles of
3rd Place, Apt. 137.C-54-lt-c). approx.
those with
GATOR GROOMER Coin Laundry crutches or
next to Univ. Post Office. (J-
other medical aids.
Dradenton, Naples, etc. Leaving CENTER
Wednesday, Nov. 25 In p.m.
Returning Friday in time for Miami FLORIDA WWj 411CNNIC01011 617 N. Main St.
game. Contact Don Federman in SUZUKISales
Student Publications, Ext. 2832, ";imi'GLORY I..1lIlI & Service DATETODAY
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Tuesday, Nov. 17, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 7 I

Prof Heads The

Clinical GroupDr. ,/Musical{ Scene

Dr. F. William Sunderman Jr., is the new national president of ':II swift look at passing memoriesand this year, she enjoyed a successful I
Associate professor of pathology the Association of Clinical Scien. happier days. The French career as a soprano solist In New
n the UF College of Medicine, tists. REID POOLE horn obbligato will be played by York City. She was a regional
Head, Department of Music
Reid Poole. finalist In the Metropolitan Opera
Dr. Sunderman was elected Sun. Sarah Traverse Turner, Following the Intermission Mrs. auditions of 1961.SENIOR .
n day at the 26th annual meetingof soprano, with Wlllard Brask at Turner will offer two of the best
Dr.Sunderman. the Association In Washington, the piano, will present a concertIn known arias from Puccini's La RECITALS
D. C. University Auditorium tonight Boheme" the "Musetta's Waltz"
Patricia Kennedy, a senior in
8:15. Mrs. Turner and Mr. Brask and "Addio" from Act III.
He succeeds Dr. Charles L. are faculty members In the Arthur Honegger's "Petit Cours the music education curriculumat
j Blumstein of Lima, Ohio. Dr.Sun Department of Music. de Morale" is a short dissertation the UF, will present a solo
derman, who has served the Association Mrs. Turner will devote the first on five vices and their perils: percussion recital at 8:15 p.m.
I1JtT t as vice-president, will lead half of her program to Promiscuity, Indolence, poppy Auditorium. Her program will
the for seed, romance and Include a Sonatina for Tympani
group one year. compositions by Bach and curiosity.
Ironically each of the and Piano by Alexander
Schubert: Two arias from cantatasof five songsIs
I Tcherepnln, Two Solos for Snare
Bach and five songs of Schubert. given the name of a girl.
Mrs. Turner's final is Drum, unaccompanied by Michael ...
The four well known songs of group
Schubert are "Fruhlingstraum," the Gypsy Songs, Op. !SS! by Antonin Colgrass, two works for a battery
gt9Qe CB9 CPhlQ "Du bist die Ruh," "Auf dem Dvorak, including the well known of percussion Including various
drums, vibraphone, xylophone,
"Songs My Mother "
Wasser zu singen," and"Oretchen Taught Me.
i in
am Splnnrade. The final Schubert Mrs. Turner holds degrees from tympani, and small percussion
song Is the Infrequently performed the University of Michigan and Instruments by two French
I: "Auf dem Strom," the only song Teachers College of Columbia composers, Baudo and Desportes.
HONE which Schubert wrote with a French University. She has been a pupilof Illustrating another Importantfacet
r of the percussion players
:378-2244 horn obbligato In addition to the Arthur Hackett and Evelyn
stock in trade, Miss Kennedy will
piano accompaniment. The tone of Hertzmann and has coached with
CAROLYN PLAZA close her program with an Improvisation
the French horn helps to portraythe Coldovsky,
in jazz style on dance
and Rudolf
GAINESVILLE FLORIDA nostalgic mood of the song Thomas. Prior to
drums. Miss Kennedy will be
which Is one of farewell a last coming to the UF In January of
assisted at the piano by Patricia


senior recital shared Jointly
by husband and wife, Mrs Mary
Pat Otto, soprano, and Lee Otto,
organist, will be presented In
University Auditorium, Sunday
afternoon, at 4:00 p.m. Mr. Otto
: will offer major organ works by
Bach and Hlndemith. Mrs. Otto

will offer arias and songs by
.'"'" ,:,It< Bach, Schubert, Puccini, and
Hageman. There Is no charge for
ws any of the above programs. The
public is cordially invited to attend.


I) Fl ii iif fid.E f, 4

a x 'I ? The appointment of Dr. WilliamA.

: TiuuL I Hall as Director of Student
Health at the UF was announcedlast
week by D. K. "Dutch" Stan-
Icy, dean of the College of Physical
Education and Health.
cc CCi Dr. Hall replaces Dr. Samuel
Wright, who resigned from the
post to become Director StucUint
Health at Vanderbilt University.
Named the outstanding
graduate of the Harvard Medical


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I I' Page 8, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, Nov. 17, 1964

i\ Ii Varsity Clinches Casey AddsTo 0pp


!I Dollars MatchThe

Casey, Florida's
lonesome end who broke the sM"
Gator varsity basketball team downed a com- school's one-year pass receiving BRUCE DUDLEY

bination freshmen-and-B-team 78 to 60 last night before record last Saturday, will set a Sports Editor
career mark with his next Forget the record books.
approximately 2,000 fans in the Florida Gym.

:,j Behind the shooting of Gary Keller and Jeff Ramsey, reception.Casey now has 34 catches for This Forget week any Florida offensive plays advantage.Florida State. ,', .:.f'...,*H-. .

t.[ the varsity squad took a 38 to 25 halftime lead, and 482 yards this season, breakingthe Forget any defensive advantage. ".
r I Florida one-season recordof Forget any psychological advantage.
I the freshmen-and-B-team never threatened 29 set by Broughton Williams Forget advantages.

}Ii the lead seriously. In 1949. He is only three yards Forget disadvantages.This .

I r led the shy of the one-year yardage recordof week Florida plays Florida State and It would probablybe
I Junior center Bob Hoffman varsity scoring
') 484 set by Williams. the best game of the year for both squads even if they weren't
': with 13 points, and Richard Peek topped the losers with Added to this total Is his nine fighting for bowl bids.

14 points. Peek is scholastically ineligible this year. receptions for 130 yards as a The Gators and Seminoles are still both In the running for bowl
I sophomore, giving him a career bids (probably Gator Bowl) but one more defeat for either team will
Terry Lanier was second high man for the losers with total of 43 catches for 612 yards. wash out any post season activity.

I 12 points. Career receiving record Is 43, This makes the state rivalry game even more of a must game for
set in 1939-40-41 by the late
the two teams.Everything
| The was played for Dollars for Scholars.
game Fergie Ferguson, whose yardage is equal but it won't be Sunday.
s total of 668 is also the standardfor
.. a career. And to speculate is probably to erry
What will ?
Casey's next chance to set more happen
... receiving records will come Will Steve Tensl and Fred Biletnikoff be able to operate againstthe
Gator's defense?
Saturday in Tallahassee against
1 FSU when the Gators seek to Will Steve Sourrier and Charles Casey be able to operate against
the Seminole's defense?
rebound and improve on a 5-2 -
chart against the Seminoles. Will the Gators be able to run the ball? '
( ? -.. Will the Seminoles be able to run the ball?
Will injuries hurt the Gators?
Will injuries hurt the Seminoles?
Us4 Will it be an offensive battle?
I MURAL STANDINGSSorority Will it be a defensive battle?

Will. .
The questions will be asked over and over during the week -- but
Blue not one single oddsmaker will know the answers until the game is
II League
over Saturday. -.
I e I At the conclusion of the game, football fans will know what team is
Sigma Kappa 150 on the top of the Florida football pyramid.
Kappa Delta 130 Florida State has never made it to the top of this pyramid -- and
h r; rt Delta Phi Epsilon 110 probably has the best chance this year. However, Florida has a
Phi Mu 90 great team this year, too.
I \lpha Chi Omega 70 Therefore, if we are going to try the Impossible and pick the
Delta Gamma 50 winner we have to go with Florida. The men usually end up on
Chi Omega 50SemnoleGator top and the Florida State girls aren't about to make It to the top
of the Florida football pyramid this year.

/ / Game
w. M Hinges


On Control Of Scrimmage- LineThe

team that controls the line "To have a good season we have Graves said the Gators would all
FSU WINS as Tom Graham (left) and Bill Nelsoncross of scrimmage will win the ball to win this one," Graves said. be back In top shape for the game
game when the football squads of The Gator coach said the Orangeand with the Seminoles with the excep-
I' finish line in cross country meet with Florida. Florida and Florida State meet Blue were holding their rough- tion of linebacker Jack Card who
;1 (Photo by Bob Ellison) Saturday, according to Gator Coach est Monday practice of the sea- is out with a knee in jury and sopho-
Ray Graves. son yesterday in preparation for more lineman Mike Waxman who
"Everybody Is expecting offen- the "biggest game ,on the was Injured In an automobile acci-
I; FSU Trods Gator Harriers sive fireworks but the game will schedule." dent over the weekend in Gaines-
be won or lost up front," the The Florida coach said there has ville.Waxman
4 Florida coach said. been times in the past when the plays offensive guard
\ r a Florida State's cross country Graves said there would be special FSU game wasn't considered Im- behind Larry Gagner. He wasn't
;'\ ,. team beat the Gator Harriers yes- attention on this game with portant by Florida fans. "But that seriously injured in the accident
'( terday in Gainesville 21 to 34. the winner being a "good bowl has changed," Graves said.
.. The Seminoles remained unde- prospect." Graves scouted the Florida
feated with this win over the Flor- "I'm sure the game will be State North Carolina State game
r. ida cross country team. This is scouted by Gator Bowl represen- and said he was Impressed with
the second time FSU beat FloridaIn tatives," the Gator coach said. Steve Tensl, Fred Biletnikoff and gtictCo
a cross country meet this year. Graves said the annual game will Don Floyd. Floyd is the Seminoles 11cgc M
Tom Graham and Dill Nelson be taking on "a little more pro- left end on offense.
came in first and second for the potion" this year due to the 7-1-1
Seminoles who dominated the meet. record of the Seminoles and the --
Jim Drown of Florida placed Gators 5-2 slate.
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