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Florida Ttie ALLIGATOR

Vol. 57, No. 61 University of FloridaGainesville Monday, Nov 30, 1964

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., ,.._ .{THE DEEP.SOUTH' FINEST COLLEGE DAILY"No ]. : .. ." .

Politics In i 'I'

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Regents--Reitz d:

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The new Board of Regents may help boot politics out of the State
university system, according to UF Pres. J. Wayne Reitz.
The Board of Regents amendment which replaces the present ,
Board of Control Jan. 1, was approved by voters earlier this month.A .
difference between the present Board of Control and the Incoming
,Board of Regents is the size and length of members' terms. Rather ,;.
than seven members serving four-year terms coinciding with the ibq _
governor who appoints them the regents has nine members. J

Each regent board member will
serve a nine-year term after the
Main Library Initial'shorter terms to get them on

a staggered basis so no one
governor controls the whole group.
Extends HoursBeginning The governor's appointees to the

regents board must be approved by

tonight, the UF main the State Cabinet Board of :c\ ,\"'1-j ,
library will be open to midnight Education, composed of the
every night. governor, secretary of state, /
attorney general, state treasurerand ,
superintendent of public ,
The circulation desk will closeat Instruction, and then confirmedby .poses Saturday with his
but the reserve book
desk will p.m.add the extra hour to the state Senate. -r: wife, Denise, and his niece
According to Reitz, the legis-
enable the students to take lature will be willing to place ,([offer leading the Gators
of the required reading
advantage more responsibility on the Boardof ,past Miami's HurrIcanes.
books. Regents than It did on the Boardof
Control. ':pic-tures

Dr. Margaret K. Goggin, This Is because of the strength,
assistant director of libraries, understanding and experience of (Photo by Bob Ellison)
said that the library usually board members due to longer: .
terms, continuity In membershipand
extends Its hours during the final *
ability to "grapple with theproblems" Graduate
weeks of the trimester as a Richman To
of the Board, Reitz
convenience to the

to Reitz, the very

"The chief purpose Is to allow structure of the Board of Regents

extra students study will have facilities.a place to study The will state gain legislature.In the confidence. of the Sac Chosen HC Chief t

order to eliminate political
until midnight every night,
Interference in the administrationof
Goggin said."Reserve.
higher education, some statutes f
will need changing, Reitz said. Joel Sachs, 3LW, was appointed new Chancellor of the Honor Court
books may not be "The legislature will be willingto by Student Body Pres. Ken Kennedy. I
checked out for overnight use until do what they should do anyway
10:30 since that desk will also and what they should have donea
Sachs will take over his new post Dec.16 when Incumbent Chancellor
stay open until midnight, added long time ago, Reitz
Gerry Richman graduates from law school.

Dr......Goggin....'.'.'.'.'.'..'.'." .--:......- ---..........r.commented.............,.............................
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; Kennedy said he regrets Rich nun's graduating because he said he
j j; Great /MomEven rjj has done so much to make the administration of the Honor Code more
y.. effective and efficient. Kennedy added he thought Richman had reinvigorated -

the Honor System.

The Turkey Fritters1m II 4 .-

"After careful consideration and consultation with numerous persons,
*& -' I I have concluded that the present attorney general, Joel Sachs, 1* the
man who can best continue the fine tradition competent and dedicated
rf service which our recent chancellors have begun," Kennedy said.

:::: (/' :..::.::
# The appointment was approved by majority vote of the Honor Court
( CtacI ,7 justices last week as provided for in the Student Body Constitution.
f: fi
I :: Sachs is a member of Florida Blue Key, Editorial Board of the
I ( Florida Review, past Student Government secretary of Interior, and
'c w past vice president of Alpha Epsilon PI fraternity.


& 4 r} Sachs' appointment was endorsed by the Honor Court Bar Association.

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m I, wNo' Legislators Join ACTION I IThe

long-awaited official .representative from CM r.tn of the budget and finance com-
\ f announcement of a third campus freshman class. Douglas read a mittee resigned from the party.
ili' political party ACTION party- letter of resignation from Gator, Price Is considered to be In the
:::. lr w. highlighted the final LegislativeCouncil party's Stan Brandy from Fla- running for Action Party's presidential -
\ meeting last Tuesday vet III. Bristly, a member of the nomination. t
}: ::: night. budget and finance committee also Other new members to join !
t.'r.. A Action Party received new Action Party .Ire'Andrew Percl- '
:':' d members Into Its ranks during the val, former VOTE party member

\ meeting when VOTE party council (More Council, P.2)) Sharon Kegloviti, Gator party,and
member Bobble Thorn read a letter Thorne of VOTE party.
of recognition from Virgil The newly formed party hem
@. J Scott Engineering College Representative a short, informal caucus after the
ff: mf for VOTE Party. Scott pledged allegiance to Action party. meeting. Jay (Skip) Haviser,
: { stated be was joining Action. After reading the letter Douglas the chairman of the Actlon.execu- 4
t k 1 I'I' I r Through a series of floor yields, also resigned. the committee, said be was sure
::- $ Scott was followed In his resignation VOTE Party lost another there would be more walkouts at

fji :'IIYi fJ;::: Zfffff; : .IDi1ffffS fx % .r1f:7rf' f lJ1 by Betty Loo Douglas,Gator member when Floyd Price, chair- future meetings of the council.


2, The Florida Alligator, Monday, Nov. 30, 1964

Golf TourneyMoney Festival Of

Lights Feted

DeniedA This WeekChanukah

the Jewish festivalof
plea for the immediate allocation of $300 to help sponsor the
Lights, began last night with
21st annual Women's Collegiate Golf Tournament was denied Tuesday the kindling of the first candle.
night by the Legislative Council.
The holiday celebrated for
The $300 had not been to the budget and finance committee to be xx eight
days, today through Dec. 7.
approved or disapproved by that body, according to Its chairman, The holiday recalls the
Floyd Price. The request was given to the committee to act on. Since victoryof
the Maccabees In the cause

the committee does not meet again needed immediately as a "getting of religious freedom, over the
for the rest of this trimester, oil the ground" sum for the tour- Syrian king, Antlochus, In the year

Price said, It Is Impossible torthe nament. 168 B.C.E.
money to be allocated to the Phy- Candles will be lit tonight at

sical Education department at the Since money was needed Imme- Hlllel Foundation at 5:30. The

UF which Is sponsoring the tour- diately Relchelle said he passedup lighting of the Chanukah lamp or
nament. the budget and finance com- gE menorah will take place on each

mittee since they could not act night at the same time.
Calvin (Cal) Relchelle, Student
on It in time for thy money to Hillel will sponsor a "latkes"
Government of athletics,
be allocated this trimester, dinner and Chanukah party Sunday.
who made the request on the council -
Reservations must be made during
the Dean K. said the tour-
floor, said moneywas Stanley the week. Dinner will begin at
nament would be held at the UF
Gallup Poll whether the Legislative Council 6 p.m.
"Latkes" are potato pancakes,
allocated the money for It or not.
t the special holiday food.
Coming To UF Chanukah Is mainly a home festival .
"We saw a chance for the Stu-
la which candles are lit
The national Gallup'Poll will be dent Government and the students
each night one candle more thai
asking some questions at U Fin the ,body to cosponsor a tournament tJW!
the preceding night until all eight
next few weeks. which will benefit the UF and the
"The actual questions are not students of the UF," said Stan- III are lit. Gifts are exchanged,

t tr "latkes" are eaten,and games witha
known as yet, says Mike
Malaghan, assistant to the SG ley. "If they can't see their way h ;; i spinning top, dreidle, are played

Secretary of Labor. "However, clear to allocate the money I can by the children.
I believe they will be on always go to outside sources, for The four Hebrew letters on the
commerce." it, although I would rather not." sides of the dreidle stand for
the words"A Great Miracle Hap-
Malaghan and Susan Godwin,
1UC, will conduct a controlled "We will have between 60-75- pened There," referring to the
miracle in ancient times when the
random Interview with 10 students girls from all over the cQuntry

each. The questioning will last coming here," said Stanley. "It FLORIDA MEN preparing to pick up their dates? Eternal Light in the Temple burned
approximately one hour for each for eight days with only enough
student. No, just Phi Gamma Delta pledges "lighting the way" toa oil for one.

Interviewers are paid $15 by will be an event that will benefit sorority serenade. Rocky Owen is at left with Ken Bar- Chanukah commemorates the
the Gallup Poll for their specified the entire student body.ain really rick. purification of the Temple and
Information. enthusiastic about it." the miracle of the rededicated
Eternal Light.
The eight-day holiday Is the only

I Mariner'Eye' Fails To FocusPASADENA festival mentioned in in Jewish the Bible.tradition It Is time not

of Joy, praise and thanksgiving..

Calif. (UPI-A been rolling through space, so from
United States spacecraft shootingto that Its telescopic television I UPI GATORADS

Mars failed to perform a cam- camera and scientific Instrumentsare

era-aiming maneuver, but scien- pointed In the right directionfor .
tists said yesterday they were confident a fly-by exploration of Mars on the wrong star some 16 hours spacecraft was 425,685 miles from
it still would take the first next July. after the spacecraft was launched earth and traveling at a speedof
closeup pictures of the red planet. Scientists at Caltech's Jet Propulsion from Cape Kennedy.It was the first 7,315 m.p.h.

The 575-pound,windmill-shaped Laboratory (JPL) control trouble encountered by the probe The night marks the last chancefor
Marlner-4 did not carry out the center for the historic 325 million in the toughest space mission yet the United States to explore

maneuver as scheduled late Satur- mile, 7 1/2 month Interplanetaryvoyage attempted by the United States. Mars until December, 1966,be. ILL:
day night because its "electronic said the Mariner remained It Is the first time that scien- cause the planet will be out of "
eye" failed to fix Itself on the star "right on course" for the mysterious tists have planned to use a star shooting range until then.

Canopus, second brightest In the planet, where scientist for a maneuver and navigational
heavens. Scientists! said the"eye" believe some form of life might reference point on a long space

apparently had sighted and locked exist. voyage.At .

only another star. The Mariner fixed its "eye" 3 p.m. EST yesterday the TONIGHTIS
Scientists said they planned to '4- ,
send order to Mariner to start
"looking" again with Its electroniceye L

for Canopus, because acquisition for 1 Sneak Preview Nile
of the star is necessary for __ goodgrooming
the success of the mission. andSurprise
The purpose of the maneuver is
to stabilize Marlner-4, which has
asp No matter how you like your hair cut, Nile

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: fl Campus News Briefs New SX House

f.i::::: :
I Honors Scudder
Arts Dames Dinner-Concert Latin America i| l
:::: .
....... ..=-.....
:::: Delton L. Scudder, chairman of
ti ::|::|ji:: Architecture and Fine Arts Gainesville Women's Club Applications for fellowships i-ij: ::S. the ,
::::::::::;Dames will meet tomorrow will host the second annual for graduated students specializing :ijij:::: Department of Religion, was 'j
honored when Chi
:::::::::;:night at 8 for a guest demonstration Madrigal DinnerConcerttonight in Latin American Area !::$::: i r Saturday Sigma

:::$::::::: on how to make Chrlt- and tomorrow night at Studies and Spanish or Portuguese i-x::.:. ,, dedicated Its new $327,000 chapter
house at 8 Row.
: r
:;:::::::: mas decorations. The meeting 7. languages now are being ijij::::; The chapter had voted
:pi:::::: will be at the home of Mrs. The affair will feature Eli- accepted. :::::S aS
unanimously to dedicate the houseto
$:::::::David L. Wilmont,1232 NW 36th zabethan dress, entertainment, Dr. J.V.D. Saunders, director |:i;::
:::::|:::|::|Drive. A motorcade will leave food and decor. Tickets are of Latin American s$::::S JNS Dr. Scudder, who has served as i
of the house
:ij:|:::|:::::| at 7:45 p.m. from the Univer- $3.50. Languages and Area Program, $:::: and the fund-raising drive corporation, "for ,
::::::::: sity Women's Club, W. Univer- said the National Defense Edu- $::1: I
his loyalty, devotion
:85:::::: sity Ave. Pi Lambda Phi cation Act has allotted additional tis and \
determined effort
to provide this I
fellowships In these fields. ;: .
home for Sigma Chi.
1 Officers of PI Lambda Phi : ;S Scudder's "shoulders have )

$: :! Golf ClinicThe for next trimester are Charles i 11 borne the burden others could not \
... Gusky, rex; Sandy Sadja,
;;:;; bear," and his "great, good spirit I
archon; Ken Burdick, KOE;Alan Tennis |1; of effort and and faith
:::: S courage
'::::::: University Golf Association Chotiner, scribe; Jim Hauser, 1jj
:::: have served as a nag ship for
:% will sponsor a free to chaplain; John Fischer, mar- I jj
::: literally a great fleet of Sigma
::::golf clinic today at 7:30
shall; and Mike Segal,historian. The Tennis Club is accept- ::::::::S Chic," said Vernon Swartsel,
:::|::|::iln:: Florida Gym Recreation 1
for next trl- :::::
ing new members ; Sigma Chi president, as ha
:i:;!:;;::!:Room. Conrad Rehling, univerSiijsity -
: me s t e r. Those Interested:::::::::< officially dedicated the house on-
:::: golf pro, will conduct the
1964 Grads should call Miss Joanne White- |::$:::: behalf of the chapter.A .
$::: clinic. Everyone Is welcome
j: ,
:!:Nand: a $10 door prize will be December Graduation man, Broward Office, before 1::1:i DELTON SCUDDER, portrait of Scudder and a
< Christmas vacation. ::1:::' dedicatory plaque will hang In the
:&given to a lucky golfer. announcements now are on sale :: honoree Saturday at
1 at the Campus Shop and Book- house. Scudder was presented with !,
ceremonies the
''" new a lifetime membership In Sigma
store. :: ,* $$'i mKmij t
i.'i'itW : :; Sigma Chi house. Chi and with honorary membershipin I

the U F chapter. He was initiated I

!::::::: PR Speech Radio Club 1i:I International Sale at Connecticut Wesleyan. \}
:::: Begins A crowd of alumni, university j
If!!! :: and fraternity officials and friends !
Members of the Gator Ama :::::) (

:::jj:::::|:: Richard T. Buckingham, teur Radio Club will meet tonight 1::V:::|! Denmark, Sweden, India, China, from the Scandinavian countriesand heard UF President J. Wayne
at 8 in Room 525 of the :::: Reitz, himself a Sigma Chi,present
::jxj:::::::1 commercial manager of Gen- ::x: Japan, and the Philippines are Danish wooden products will
:ii:::::::;:::::1 eral Telephone Co., Tampa,will engineering building. ,.;:::::: among countries which will be be among the items for sale. greetings from the university.

::::::::;::::1 speak to members of the Students :::':':::;::: represented on the UF campus The sale will be held In the Dolon D. Turner, nationalvice

|::ii.:|:. Public Relations Organ- OrchesisOrchesis I ;:::::: this week during the International Social Room of the Florida Union president of Sigma Chi

:igijiization:::::: about the 1963 strike ofiji&his ....:..:.:..:::: Christmas Fair. from 3-9 p.m. Dec. 1-3. and Tax former Court Chief and David Judge McDonald of the U.s.
:: ,
: : have about 300
The Fair will
:::::: The will This will be the fourth annual
company. meeting :
will postpone its ::::::: chairman of Sigma Chl's Florida
gjijijbe:::: In Stakium Room 236, Wed- :::: items from these countries for affair. It was started to give
meeting tomorrow to Thursday:: Province and
:: attorney,
::: : sale at In the $3
::: prices range.
$$,nesday night at 7:30. students and the public an
night at 7 in the Women's Gym. :::::': spoke for the fraternity.
India necklaces
: Bracelets from ,

1 l l 1 1 1 ::1 : 1: 1 1 ;1!; 1mffim11111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1: 1 ::1 1:::::1:1:1:1:1:::::::1:1:1:1:1:1::::::::1;;1:1:11::;;;11;;::1 ;;mili1r-l; j.::: from the Philippines, glassware opportunity than they would to buy pay at a elsewhere lower rate the In Sigma addition Chi to also the dedication recognized,

fourteen alumni, Including Reitz

and Chapter Advisor E.C.Suereth,

BROWSE SHOP Latin; GroupOn Sigma"for distinguished Chi" In aiding service the fundraising to-

drive for the new house.

Mrs. Mary W. Apple, Sigma

Chi housemother for ten years,
e6414(44 UF VisitFive received a portable television set
56t The Sigma Chip house

encompasses some 18,400 square
ana bookstore Venezuelan student leaders feet. Provided In the house is a

will be at the UF this week In a physical separation of Informal

further attempt to observe their' activities from lounging quieter
for technical andreference
Jour headquarters counterparts on campuses In this activities.A .

country.The total of 28 bedrooms provide

booksBak sleeping space for SO men, and
group Is part of the student several oversized rooms can

leaders program of the Bureau of handle an Increased capacity. The
and Phonon Interactions
: Phonon Educational and Cultural Affairsfor dining room will seat 190 men

the U.s. Department of State. at each meal.

The Venezuelans have been In Other features Include a covered
Textbook of Polymer
the United State since Oct. 21 terrace for entertainment, a

observing governmental processesand rumpus room and adjoining patio

Elwell: Atomic Absorption ; ", meeting political leaders.A for games and viewing television,
<: a library, a chapter room,a formal
4 Brazilian food technology living room, a chapter office and
Hawes : Calculations in Physical Chemistry -*;>*J group composed of 23 professors, a housemother's suite with a
', students, Interpreters, and a private entrance.

technical leader, will be here Dec. Architect was James 0. Kemp

Knox: Gas Chromatography '- 8. of Jacksonville, a Sigma Chi
and 1954 UF graduate. Building

contractor was M, M. Parrlsh,
The will tour the
.Balescui Statistical Mechanics of Charged Particles Department group of Food Technologyand Gainesville.
Sigma Chi observed Its 40th
Nutrition as part of a
anniversary at the UF on Oct. 4,

Kopal : Numerical AnalysisBoas nationwide program. 19C4. .

: Primer of Real Functions

Razor Haircuts
Fuller : Basic Matrix Theory .


Fishback : Projective and Euclidean Geometry"t' P HARVEY BELL


Kronig : Band Spectra & Molecular Structure JERRY BUTLER


Rado & Sub Magnetism COLON RATCLIFF


Pai : Magnetogasdynamics & Plasma Dynamics .. V

,, 'J' >, I Capolyn plaza BARB6R Shop

Berge: Topological Spaces i

: j 1620 W. University Ave. ,Ph. 372-9129

4, The Florida Alligator, Monday, Nov. 30, 1964OPINI@ BURNS


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.' Big Battle In Tally BRYANT cd aciih'

,. J
The Battle of the Board is currently being fought In Talla- "':\'j

hassee.At the head of the opposing sides are Gov. Farris Bryant and !

Radon Burns, governor elect. The Battle of the Board Is over a
who will be appointed to the Board of Regents. It seems that the \
"two" heads of the state cannot reach an agreement as to who .
would best serve higher education In Florida.
One of the policies Burns has been reported to support Is the
appointment of people who are opposed to the trimester system,
whereas Bryant does not. This seems to be one of the bones of
contention. We agree. We also want the trimester system modified
or done away with.
Burns also seems to support the appointments of a Jew, Negro, EDITOR'S DESKPaper JAZZ CORNER:==

woman, medical doctor and representative of the junior college l lI
system.It .
seems to us that this Idea Is also a good one. If these minority r r 11

groups are to be adequately represented, then the best way Is Weekend I Leadbelly 11
to have them on the board. Since the Board of Regents will be
composed of nine members, this still leaves four members with
no stipulation as to their appointment.
Actually, there Is no real battle, for the outcome can already
be decided. It's nice that Bryant has gone to the trouble to consultthe w WALKER LUNDY
governor-elect on the decisions, but actually whoever Is Editor
fanally selected by Bryant may find themselves out and others In,
soon after Burns takes office. Pardon us, but we're In a complaining mood. would be nice if some day in the near
We applaud the thinking of the governor-elect on these stands Why don't they re-name Thanksgiving weekend future all the jazz historians would get together
and on his decision to do something about the trimester system.But Term Paper weekend? Who didn't use it for and decide just what folk-blues singer
on the other side of the coin, Mayor Burns has been the that? "Leadbelly" did or didn't do.
head of Jacksonville for some fifteen years, and we cringe at the Our Mother amazes us every year with her Nobody seems to know for sure when Huddle
situation that the Jacksonville (Duval County) schools are in. 'versatility.. This year she came up with turkey "Leadbelly" (or "Lead Belly," take your pick)
Each and every one of the high schools face the loss of accredi- Jello. Quite tasty really. Ledbetter was born. Some say 1885, others
tation; and it Is sickening that It should be this way. Anyway, we hope say 1888.
True, the schools of the county are run by the county school everybody got back .t ..think...... I'll. .- -sav-. -1887-- '
board and not from the office of the mayor, but surely the '.-T"j safely from the weekend, just to be different.His .
power of a fifteen-year-mayor, In the city that in population, full of food and ready for birthplace was
industry and wealth almost comprises Duval County Itself, could : that final dash to the 1 Moorlngsport, La. He
have had some power or say-so in the policies of the school 'I't"1 trimester wire. Finals learned to play
system.So .) are just around the ".:. accordion, then guitar,
we wonder. Burns seems to be In the lead In ideas which corner and we suggestyou '. 3 then piano -- all at an
are good for hither education of Florida, but from past per- begin now. early age. Maybe.In .
formances he seems to be also quite weak-eyed to the needs THINGS I'VE .", Dallas in 1905,
of education. ALWAYS met and
LUNDY ... .. <
UF--Listening to the worked wan me greaI
Century Tower play Suwannee River while we blues singer Blind

mj 1j1j 1i1i1i1 ii1 ij1ii!!1!1i:1!:!!ii:::ijii1! 1 i 1 i i i!i1 1!111 1 i1 111j 11j1 11.j1 11.11j11j.1.11 11...111111..111.1..111 m11111m1. walked our 8:40 across class.the.'dew-covered. Plaza of Riotsto Lemon Boyd was Jefferson.in jail From for homicide.1918 to Walter 1925 Walter Boyd

TODAY'S QUOTE .The Gators when they beat Kentucky in was really Leadbelly who was really Huddle
basketball, Alabama, Ole Miss, and Florida Ledbetter who might have been Marvin Mush-
State in football. .the two annual convocations mouth for all I know.
"Much more happiness Is to be found In th *world than gloomy because there was no class. Leadbelly was in jail again in 1930 charged
eyes discover." Skipping class. .sitting behind the light with attempted homicide. Slipping a little in
poles at football games. saying to hwith his old age I guess.
Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche It and going to bed at 9. ..eating off-campus. He was pardoned in 1934 by the governor of
the band. .Profs who care. Louisiana. Some say the governor pardoned him
.listening to compliments. .watching UF because he liked Leadbelly's singing and guitar
coeds walk (some of them). .people watchingin playing. Others say the governor pardoned him
The FloridaALLIGATOR the Campus Club (we've got some weird because he didn't like Leadbelly's singing and
ones). .and last but certainly not least. guitar playing.
leaving town on Thanksgiving weekend. Maybe Leadbelly was discovered and taken
THINGS I'LL NEVER LIKE ABOUT UF-Tests up North by Alan Lomax,the folklorist,for whom
on the footnotes In the textbook. .Tests on the he worked as a chauffeur. Maybe not.

Served by United Press International outside reading which we never read. .Profs Leadbelly made most of his records in the
who say we shouldn't be concerned about '40's.

Editor. . . . . . Walker Lundy grades. .The registrar's office and our In 1939-40 he was in the clink in New York
Managing Editor. . . . . . Joel Gaston: counselor. who say we should. charged with assault. After that he worked the
.Any class before noon. night clubs and
.hearing about
Assistant Managing Editor. . . . .Nancy Brachey playing the 12 string guitar
students who got involved with the administrativered singing until 1949 to France for
when he
Assistant Managing Editor. . . J>a\e Btrkowitz of the
tape university and couldn't turn concert work.
Editorial Page Editor. . . . . Ed Barber around and
squat without having somebody'sapproval He must have it in France
Sports Page Editor. . . . . .Bruce Dudley who wasn't in really lIved up
his the
office. because when he York In
back to New
City Editor. . . . . . . .Skip Haviser Counselors who don't know what latter got
they're talking part of the he dead.
Campus Living Editor. . . . DonlU Mathison about or can't even add your hours up year dropped

correctly. .Having to fill up your course
Editorial Assistants -.Jim Casttllo Ann Carter. Don Federnun, schedule with what "fits" Instead of with what
Tova Levine, Sam Ullman, Ernie Litz (Circulation Manager). you WANT to take. .

Stan Kulp (Cartoonist), Ron Spencer, Gary Swallow .Petty people. .complaints,the unjustified LETTER

C ones. .professors who don't care. students
Reporters Patti Pita (Student Government Beat Chief). who don't care. .
Joe Kollin, Bob Golub, Joe Waldorf. Sharon K,lley. Yvett .the Gators when they fumble. .the state
Cardozb, Frank Shepard. Lee Alexander. Agnes Fogies. ThelnuMossman politicians' obsession with the trimester system Fall FashionsEDITOR

i Marjorie Green. Evan Langbeln. David Kennedy. when they don't know what its doing to UF. .
Terry Rogers Susie Halback, Jeffrey Denkewiltex. Dick Dennis, And, of course, all the old standbys, all of
Beverly Faber, Dick Schneider, Greg Seitz Sue Dobbie, Lorraine which we dislike by personal experience not
Viscardi, Ami Saperstein, Maureen Collins. Anne GarUtll, Kathy simply tradition
Walker, Barbara Utt. .Food Service: It's not the food they buy :
that bugs us, nor the atmosphere
nor even the
Not that that fine
we're but
bitter anything
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaperof prices. We just don't like the way the finished lad or of
who of
slapped the face
paint across
the University of Florida and is published fife times weekly product tastes. .
except during May, June and July when it is published semi- .The Campus Police: But we don't blame our "toy soldiers"deserves a round applause.
Frankly make
we think that and black
weekly. Only editorials represent the official opinion of The them. It's the job that's bad. .Got another tremendous Fashion
fall color combination.
Alligator. Columns represent only, the opinions of their authors. ticket the other night. Says we were parked In critics of
The Alligator is entered :as second class matttr at the United frost of the union "facing traffic." The time? Florida salute F.S.U.
States Post Office at Gainesville. 2 a.m. You should have seen the traffic. '5PH
.Eight more shopping days until finals. R. S. Winchell,
M. D. Haskell,


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:::::::: EDITOR :=
: is a number of observations at P.K. Yonge, with those who were left. I have also learned 18:::
five of our class meetings are cancelled to that those of us who left are to be penalized 1: :
1iii1ii1 Be warned and take care, all fellow students! facilitate our observing. The schedule of these for not showing proper Interest and motivation :::
!:;:;::: If you would retain your sanity, stay away cancellations, published at the first of the by refusing to sit and wait after we had been ::1
:::;:;:: from Norman Hall. The events which have trans trimester, listed November 25, Wednesday, told that we could leave. And furthermore,since ::::
:!;;;;:: pired in just one section of Just class :!:
one over as one of these dates. We were reminded of this noble person has now decided to hold class :::
1:;11;: a period of just two weeks have already left this by the Instructor on November 17, last on Wednesday, November 29, In spite of what : :::
:!:::!:: their mark upon several students, and has left Wednesday. Somewhere between that day and had been originally scheduled, many of us have m:
.!;:.:.!.:.:; my sense of mental stability severely shaken. last Friday, however, our fearless leader had to make changes In travel plans. ::::::
The collapse of which I speak began a week managed to misinterpret (or perhaps confuse, (Fortunately, I am not among that group!) m:::: ::
ago last Friday (November 13), when the forget, or Ignore) the schedule she had When these events first occurred, I was I:::!
instructor of our class failed to appear for the established. Therefore, on Friday morning, somewhat amused, but upon reflection, I find :::
first hour of a scheduled two-hour class meeting. November 19, we were again greeted by the it unfortunate, if unreasonable, that students, I::::
Where was our worthy pedagogue? In complete absence of an Instructor. This time, for whose benefit this institution ostensibly
Jacksonville fighting for the survival of that no one even bothered to come to tell us where exists, should be penalized and inconvenienced
city's high schools? Working diligently on some this dear soul might be. because of the continued irresponsibility of their
new means of imparting knowledge to our hungry Finally, one or two of the students went to Instructor.
minds? In a broken-down car? Perhaps even the office to try to learn something of the Dut be of brave hearts, dear friends. On
fallen into an uncharted sinkhole? Nol! The situation. They returned, telling the rest of us Wednesday, we shall come together to watch
head of the Department of Secondary Education that there had been a "misunderstanding" with great curiosity to see whether we hare
Informed us that our Instructor was at home, the schedule of cancelled classes, and that been completely abandoned miles from our
asleep! Since there is no penalty for instructors class was dismissed. Upon hearing this, manyof beloved campus, thus once again proVing that only
who "cut" classes, the only damage done was us left, the remainder retiring to the Florida the most Intrepid among us dare to risk crossing13th
that a full hour of instruction was lost. Room for coffee. Today (November 23) I Street Into the vast unknown In our Great
The next step in our perilous journey throughthe learned from one of those who stayed behind Academic Adventure.
College of Education was taken last Friday that the instructor in question had a change of
(Nov. 19.). Since one of the course requirements heart, had come to campus, and held a class Name WithheldTOUCHDOWN

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Student DrivingEDITOR !I Irm a '" w ALAi w.

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In last Friday's Alligator (Nov. 20)) an article ::11:1;::
on sophomores driving with a 3.0 overall and 28 :::::::
hours left out one important fact.These students ::!::::
must get written permission from Dean Wlrtala's ::::::;
office. Getting permission is simple- it is really :::::::
just. certification of the student's good standing :.::::::
and average ::::::
I am afraid some students will use the ::;::::.
incomplete article in Friday's paper as Justi:1::::1:::.
fication for driving when actually they are :::::!:
breaking the law in doing so. Also of Interest :::::::'
coming out of the Traffic and Safety Committee :::::::
meeting last Thursday (Nov. 19) Is the decision ::::::: "
to close off the gateways in the fence across :::!::: "... ,.: ""
from the CI. This is a move to reduce jaywalking :::::::
on 13th St. This action will be followed ::1:1:1:::' '
n up by the elimination of the crosswalk there ::!:::: Y ,t ","' k,*
also.Due to the dangerous situation created by the ::::::: '., .... ,i''f
position of the stop lights, the heavy traffic, ::1:!1
and number of students jaywalking there, this ::::::::
action was felt necessary both by the Traffic :::::::;
and Safety Committee and the Gainesville ::1:1:1:::.
Alachua Safety Committee. One student has ::::!::
been Injured at this crosswalk already this year. 1 111

Dill Darker
Sec. of Traffic and Parking
Student Government

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On Thanksgiving t.:


:::::: EDITOR:
Pictures like this more than words could ever describe.
::::1: Your article in last Thursday's paper about say
::::::: all the wonderous things Thanksgiving yields is

:::!::: true, however one important idea was left out. How else could one recall the excitement at Florida Field
::;:::: The "We'll Talk About It When You Get Home"
:!::! syndrome seems to be one which is pretty when All-America Larry Dupree brought the fans to their feet

::::::: prevalent. with another great scoring run?
.:::::::: Not wanting to throw parents Into a state of
::::8:! shock with some new idea the moment they cross
::;:!: the threshold Wednesday evening, most students Will you remember moments like this? The Seminole records .

::::::: throw an occasional comment over the phone. It all for you---page after page of memorable recollections of the
:!::::: Mum, John and I were thinking that two years
::::::: really is a long time and since we're In love. life here on campus.
:::::: or Dad, I'm not so sure nuclear physics Is all
::::::: It's cracked up to be, ya know animal husbandry The Seminole Is on sale now, at the Hub and the main library.
::::::: can offer a guy a lot of things. .or Mom, I
December 4th is the last time to buy
!:!::: was thinking that since I have enough hours .
::!: and If the Brass Rail Is willing. .or Mom, do ,
t!:: you think it is too late to apply to Dade. JOT I' .. .,
:::;: Oh, Mommy, I hate It here. ANor
::::: The first response Is a forehead clasped "Oh \rL/' .
1: my God" or "Tch, Tch,Tcb"or"Poor Darling" U '
!::: immediately followed by an "We'll talk about { (_
::::::: It when you get home,Dear."So the re Is-another .
1::::: thing Thanksgiving brings to mind, a quiet ", yTiUfl '

; !: rational brawl concerning the future. ( Your EAR ooKJMonday -

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/ Nov. 30, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 7AllAmerica

Larrv Dunree Provide Smirk

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"We Just came out the second The ;florida back: was In New this victory sets
like the devil us rather face any team after In. the first half, the Gators
I half and fought York last night where he appearedon the Louisiana "
said All America Larry Dupree the Ed Sullivan show with the "We game. said Coach Graves, played a new defense with con-
Just needed
a coming battle in Tiger verted defensive end Brown
Florida's 12-10 comeback Barry
other All-Americas
after chosen by the We Just couldn't
Miami."I American as the only linebacker but In the
against Football Coaches Asso-
"The little
would have hated to spark" was beginning to look like second half Florida switched backto
ciation. *
Coach Ray Graves
game of fumbles today five-four defense with Brown
to New' York If
have gone "We're still a great football
pass from Steve "
the second halt said the
back at end and Jim Bernhardtand
said Duoree. "
had lost. team said the All-America"and mid-way through the
coach. Steve Heldt at the linebacker
which put the Gators I'd rather win the spots.On.
CITY AUTOMATIC tion at the Miami half than the first half." offense, the Gators openedup
"The pass to quarterback."I'd was a great comeback. It more and threw the ball. In'
TRANSMISSION INC. good field position have been easy to quit. Out the first half Spurrier attemptedtwo
started to move, made up their minds that passes and completed one for
Spurrier said his coming back, and they a loss of three yards. In the sec-
1409 S. Main St. didn't bother him
372-5196 the deck. ond half, Florida attempted eight
hear anything with s and Just playing bad passes and completed five.
"This Infection hurt us the first half." .
Specializing in Transmissions Only clogged up," said made two basic changes "We had to throw the ball to
can't hear a thing." second half which aided get back In the game," said
"Yes, we're read comeback according to Graves. ..,#
All Work GuaranteedFree said the sophomore .
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I Dupree Pass Hurt Us 1'

Pickup & DeliveryFree

JEFF DENKEWALTER "First of all, I think we gavea test, Tate replied, "That long
Estimates Sports Writer good account of ourselves out pass to Larry Dupree hurt us and
on that field today. We playeda probably got Florida fired up.
With his blue shirt soaked with fine first half, especially our After that play, we Just couldn't
10 Per Cent Discount to All perspiration, and his thinning hair defense. Florida Just had too much get good field position. We were
ruffled, Miami coach Charlie Tate depth and personnel." pretty much hemmed In our own
Florida Students Showing ) $ I commented on the lIurricanes'1ossto Asked to pinpoint what he felt end for the rest of the game."
the Gators. was the turning point of the con- "We had planned all along todoublete
,,,", their (Florida's) end
(Charlie) Casey. This left us s
little thin up the middle and gave
guys like (Jack)Harper and Dupree
running room. But our plans were
"f"" to stop the passing attack and make
.11'., c 1'r Florida run. Unfortunately they
ran too well."

,: ; !itjt: ;:.. kI :l Concerning Florida's Improved
defensive play In the second half,
Tate said, "Yes they were better
defensive team In the last half.
They tightened up on our weak
side and took the short side run
away from our attack. This was
the play that ourquarterbackDob)
Blletnlkoff ran so effectively In the
first two quarters."
." Tate had praise for Gator quar-
terback Steve Spurrier and punter .a
Hal Seymour.
"Spurrier did a tine job on theo
option play and kept our defense
a little olt-ballJlc, during the
game. Even though Seymour had
been out for most of the season
due to Illness, we still had a
lot of respect for his punting
ability and he showed It today."
Asked about the effect the weather -
4; had, Tate answered, "Wellof
tl:, course I would have rather
Al played on a dry field. Out It was
-Jj wet on both sides of the field andIt
rained of both teams The
weather Is no alibi."
; I Jill Much publicity had been given
before the game on Miami's Bob

Baird's Christmas Annex Dlletnlkoffs big brother Fred
coming down to the game to help
,, /'
ll his brother.
A Christmas Decorator's Dreamland Tate smiled at this and said
:. ,,/,\ .' "Fred's a pass catcher for FSU
b' )t.Vf ". and not a coach for us. H. wasn't
on the sidelines with our team and
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The Coaches Sound Off


I'j heads for end zone. A controversial discussion between
coach of
Duffy Daugherty
.._ ..... .__. _. '" _r ,_ 4 ".. ....... .L_k -, Michigan State and coach Dm
Nelson of small-collect: power Delaware
on, the fierce competition,
high-pressure recruiting methods,
and "must win" psychology that
LONDON BROIL.$1.10TEA typify the startling differences between
big and-small-time cortege
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Served with French Fries, Baked The editors! of SPORT scan every
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and all the Hot Rolls and Butter the 1964-65 season.

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