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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: December 2, 1964
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
weekly[ former 1912-]
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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 )
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Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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.
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MAUREEN COLLINS on campus during the time the alligator was painted, "Sure we were driving around campus yelling a I
Staff Writer not the students who did the actual painting." some students we saw, but we didn't throw the paint.If .
A UF student Identified a car belonging to FSU we were going to do something like that, we certainly
The case of the painted alligator has not been student Robert S. Yerkes as being at Albert's pen at wouldn't do it during the day with all those students '..1
solved by Florida State University (FSU) officials, approximately the time the paint was thrown on the around. We'd wait until about three in the morning !
according to FSU Dean of Students Harry Day. animal. when no one was looking." ;
Albert, UF's alligator mascot, was painted red Yerkes admits being on campus around noon Friday, Dean Day indicated he believed Yerkes was not ? J>
around noon the day before the Florida-FSU football but says neither he nor the other three membersof responsible for painting Albert, but said he thought )t'
game. his party threw the paint. Yerkes might know who did. Yerkes denied this. !\
"We have reason to think we can Identify the stu- "We were on a social welfare trip to Lowell "Our students did It allright, but we do not yet know ;
dents responsible for painting the alligator," Dean prison," Yerkes said. "We stopped by the campus, who Is responsible. Our security police are still i,
Day said yesterday, "but as yet we don't know had lunch at the Hub, and went over to see the alli working on the case. We think we can identify the *
anything definite." gator. When we got there, he had already been students responsible for this prank, but at this time ,
"The identification we received from the UF campus painted, and the empty can of paint was sitting on we do not know anything concrete," Day said.

police made by a student only identifies students seen top of his pen. (Continued on Page 2)) <,
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Vol. 57, No. 63 University of FloridaGaineville Wednesday, Dec. 2, 1964

a "THE DEEP SOUTH'' FINEST COLLEGE DAILY"11IIIII' """ i

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Florida Players tonight will take except Friday. He said students
viewers to a small 18th century should call university Ext. 2761
English village just outside of for reservations.The .
London as they present"She Stoopsto play's story evolves from
Conquer" by Oliver Goldsmith, the basic situation of mistaken
-/ .......It.llNt at 8 p.m. In Norman Hall Aud- Identity, as created by Tony Lum-
itorium. kin (Gerald Rhodes, 3AS) and elaborated 1-
Other performances are scheduled by Kate Hardcastle (Jen-
I at 8 p.m. Thursday through nifer Cook, iHS), In which Young
Sunday, with matinees at 2 p.m. Marlow (Fred Breckenrldge, 7AS)
Saturday and Sunday. thinks the Hardcastle home Is an
According to publicity chairman inn.
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PEACE CORPS representative Miss Renee Smith and Walter Davis point out points on _w

the world's map where volunteers are stationed. Davis is a UF alumnus and directorof
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West African Affairs for the Peace Corps. Placement tests and information about the s xa

Peace Corps may be obtaine'd in Bryan Lounge until Friday.the .

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LEOPOLDVILLE, The CongoUPI sweltering former rebel capital bodies still lie In streets, offices,
I ( )- Typhoid has broken out In of Stanleyville where hundreds of homes and abandoned cars, trav-

.."...........................................:.........................<..............:..,,::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::: :::::::::: ::::::::::::::::: elers reported yesterday.The s I
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: ville came as military sources
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li" her disclosed a mercenary column -
... aided by Congolese troops had '
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::gj::::| She was an 18-year-old fraternity housemother. 300 miles north of Stanleyvilleand a \
::);:|;:|i| But she was only the start of a rumor--and an untrue one at rescued more than 100 white
:::;::: that. Her name Isn't known and Isn't important. She was sup- hostages. The hostages were flown
:::::$:::;:: posed to be the reason Zeta Beta Tau (ZBT) had its charter to Leopoldvllle.no .
::::;:x: lifted by the UF administration In 1958. one has counted the dead
; :;:;;:: But despite the fact the rumor made national prominence In
In Stanleyville and It Is possiblethe
:;:::::::::: collegiate.circles and that most Florida Men admit "It sure exact toll never will be
f::$:: makes a good story," the "story" just simply Isn't true. known. Mercenaries sent oack to
:jj-jij:::;:;:: And the man who says so Is William Cross, UF advisor to Leopoldvllle for treatment of Mal- yip
::;;:;> organizations, the man In charge of keeping tabs on the frater- aria said hundreds of persons
:::: nines and man who should know.
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died in fighting in the days Im
j;:: :-i:: The rumor stated the Florida chapter of ZBT was thrown mediately after the army ..nteredStam.yvU1e.
::JJ: off campus in 1958 for a period of 9 years because of Immoral .
f|$:: actions between the young housemother and the fraternity members. n
::::;::? According to Cross, however, the fraternity was not thrown Skirmishing contlned In arasof i
::|:jji:; off the UF campus by the administration, but Its charter was Stanleyville and the airport iI I
:j:$ lifted by the fraternity's national organization for financial irresponsibility has been subjected to so much
.:..:...:..:. sniper fire that It was being used WHY DOESN'T this bike come equipped with a heater -
:::?:::: The chapter was disbanded and made to sell Its property only by military planes. Mopping wondered Roy Woods, 7EG, as he pedaled his way toy
::: on Fraternity Row. The lot was sold to Sigma Phi Epsilon fraS up operations were taking place but brisk I
In .
yesterday sub-freezing temperatures.Photo
:;$ ternlty, as well as the plans for a new fraternity house, designed government troop withdrew from ,
f:f':; to Zeta Beta Tau by Frank Lloyd Wright. the left bank of the Congo River :: ;( by Bob Ellison)

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1 1 Archaeological Lecture Campus News Briefs Conversation Group I

11111 11 The German Conversation &:
"Prehistoric Cultural Relationships ::.
:::::::: between Middle Lost and FoundThe Loan RenewalThe Pi Kappa AlphaNewly Group will meet tonight at ;$::;
:::: officers for 7:30 p.m. in the Student :$:::
:::: America and the Southeastern Lost and Found Boothin forms for elected In.
:::::::: United States" will be the the Hub will close this Fri- renewal application of the Florida State the winter trimester of Pi ternational Center. All Ger. ;it
:::::::: topic of a public lecture in day for final exams. The booth Loan for the Preparation of Kjppa Alpha are: president.Abe man speakers are invited. $::i:
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:::::::: McCarty Hall at 8 Kinner'lceprt'ldl"ut.. ''
p.m. today. will be open from 1-1:30 p.m. Teachers are in Room 100
:::1::::: Professor James B. Griffin Friday, and any articles lost Norman Hall.Deadline Chester Clarke; treasurer. Si Profs At Convention .I.
:::::::: of the University of Michigan, prior to Dec. 1 should be for filing this formis Cross; pledgenuster. Paul Two members of the UF ::::::
:::::::: one of America's foremost archaeologists claimed at this time. Lost and December 18.Broward Macomber; social chairman. College of Medicine :
:::::::: and and historian, Bud faculty
Viking Medal Found will re-open for the Al Hoppe participate today in
::::
Tolbert Dance sessionsof
:::::::: winner in anthropology, in Winter trimester, Jan. 20. Combs. the American Medical Association :::;
:::::::: addition to this lecture will Take the night out for that Clinical ::
:::::::: participate in seminars in the Student FEA last fling of the trimester Hillel FoundationHillel Miami Bead Conventionat ::;:;:
:::::::: Department of Anthropology. before finals at the Tolbert- Foundation is ::::
:::::::: The student Florida Educa- Broward dance Friday night spon- Dr. William A. Little, assistant :::;
1 f Architecture tion Assoc. is sponsoring a from 8-12 in the Broward soring a Channaukah dinner professor If obstetctrs 1:1:;
Seminar at 6 at the foun-
.... Sunday p.m.
.. panel discussion by returning Rec room. and gynecology. discussesmedical ::;:
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;::::::: The U F Department of interns on "What the Pro- Donation is 25 cents and will dation. Tickets are $1.50. Reservations complication ::
>( ::
:::: be made by ( :
;::: Architecture: will conduct a fessors Don't tell You." be given to needy families. may labor and delivery at a ::
postgraduate ;;
;::::::: seminar at 2 p.m. tomorrow The meeting is tomorrowat calling 372-2900 or by pur- session ;
inobstetncs ::
:::::::: Pre-Christmas PartyA chasing tickets from any officer :::
on "Housing in the Caribbean 7:30 p.m. in Room 43, Norman for the general practitioiiois ::
:::::::: Area" tied in with this week's Hall. Everyone welcome. pre-Christmas party for or chairman of Hillel. of the nation.Dr. :;;
:::::::: ISth annual Conference on the the children of J. Hillis Mil- :f
:::::::: Caribbean at the university. Faculty Seminar ler Health Center will be spon- Leader LuncheonOver Harry Prysto\vsk\. ';:;;:
::::::: Puerto Rican architect There will be a faculty sored tomorrow at 4:15 p.m. 100 student leaders Professor and Head of the ;::::::::
:::::::: William V. Need will moderate seminar of the College of by Delta Phi Epsilon sororityand have been invited to attend a Department of Obstetric! 's and $;::
::::j: the session at the Florida Business Administration Tau Epsilon Phi fra luncheon honoring student government Gynecology in the Unhersltv''s :|;:;::
.::::::: Union. Reed who lives and Thursday at 3:40 p.m. in Room ternoty. leadership given by College of Medicine, piesides :f::::::
:::::::: works In San Juan, recently 18, Matherly Hall. Gifts, refreshments, and the Alumni Association at at the session and moderates ;$::;:;
:::::::: received: an Honor Award from Thomas R. Beard will songs will be presented to the 12:15 p.m. Thursday in the a faculty panel composed of ::::::
:::::::: the "'ederalltouslng Authority speak. His topic is "Debt, children. Maureen Schwartz, Blue Room of the Hub, accord- Dr. Little and four otllt'l ::::::::
==1:1:1::: for apartment designs in San Management and Monetary 2UC, and Evan Feist, 2UC, ing to Secretary of Alumni specialists in obstetrics and :I;:::::

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Apparently there were two other
cars full of FSU students at the tP S III III i k dIL a
gator pen at the time Yerkes was
there.
"When we do find the culprits,
we probably will not release any
names or details of disciplinary
action taken," Day said. "It is

against our policy. \\L *
"We will also make restitutionfor
any damages incurred on the
UF campus" or the sorority ; 1w"! M
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Wednesday, Dec. 2, 1964, The Florida Alligator,_ Page 3 ,:
Red Guerrillas



Down BomberIn Lack Muscles Guts 7 It Wasn't SoThe t


story appearing in yes-
The massive 200 pound sports Ideal is not always could release those pent-up feelings. We realize terday's Alligator telling of a r
Viet Ham the epitome of success at the UF. that students have more work, longer study hours scheduled appearance of world-
For these average Joe College characters who and the such although." famous photographer Henri \
feel like they can't participate because they don't The clubs are primarily offered as an oppor- Cartler-Bresson was a bogus \
SAIGON (UPI-Communist guer- have the muscles and the "guts", there is a tunity for students to participate in what they like. story, supplied to the Alligator
rillas yesterday shot down a U.s. place. They are based on need and desire of the students. by a member of a Journalismclass.
Air Force fighter-bomber and a Approximately 24 clubs are active on the campus, Each club has a faculty sponsor who at onetime .
U.s. Army combat helicopter on said Jack Eckdahl, director of clubs and activities or another has participated in the sport
the fringes of the rebels, "Iron These clubs are open to anyone interestedin offered. These professors work on their own time, The Alligator apologizes to
triangle" stronghold only 20 miles learning or teaching sports. according to Eckdahl, and have done a lot of its readers for allowing this
north of Saigon. There were no "Within the last three or four years, we have good. to appear. Steps will be takento
American casualties neither in- noticed that fewer students are coming out and
The clubs range from the "quiet" game of prevent any further false
cident.On we feel that if they did participate more they chess to the exertive sport of judo. stories from being published In
the troubled home front the Alligator.

further Prime Ms Minister defied ouster Buddhists by Tren reappointing Van agitatingfor Hucng I Cram Books No Help'Besides I I I


.a police chief forced out of office PlayContinued
two months ago under Buddhist
pressure.The "Cram booklets designed help the NSF aid side of the dents who just miss these require-
government accused Cam- students prepare for the Graduate GRE reqirement, the exam is giv- ments. In this 'case, we admit themon ( from Page 1))
bodians of attacking Vietnamese Record Exam (GRE) just don't en for the student's own bendfit, a trial basis."
territory Monday and warned Chiefof work," according to Dr. Alex G. according to Smith. This trial basis lasts one tri- Mr. Hardcastle (Gerald Forbes,
State Prince Norodon Sqihanouk Smith, assistant dean of UF's grad- "The- exam gives the student mester. After the student achievesa ,7AS) has chosen his friend Sir
against reorganizing the Communist uate school. from less recognized smaller col- "B" average in 15 hours of Marlow (Alan Armstrong, 2UC)
Viet Cong rebels.A UF Is concerned with the GRE leges a chance to show he can mixed graduateundergraduatecourses to be his daughter's husband--
for admissions and deter- compete favorably National being treated an an Inkeeper, even
U.S. spokesman said all five strictly on a he must take, he Is given -
Americans aboard the two downed mination of recipients of financialaid basis with students from larger full admission to the graduate mistakenly, infuriates him.
Smith said, and not to deep schools like Harvard for schol- school.
aircraft were rescued from the re- But Young Marlow and his friend
bel-Infested territory by American students out of its graduate school. arships, assistantships, and fel- Most of the 80 departments at Hastings (Terry Daugherty, 1UC)
lowships," Smith said. UF requires the student to take
helicopters. A Vietnamese airman
are emboldened by the women of
listed "As a graduate school we must The GRE exam itself is com- an advanced part of the GRE,
was as missing. seemingly lower status. As Miss
About 25 miles northwest of require the GRE scores," Smith posed of two parts,Smith reported. Smith said. Hastings, Miss Neville (Marty
said. "And from the evidence "There is a verbal and a
we quan- "This Is an achievement test
Saigon, one U.S. Army and four Ferguson, 2UC), and Lumpkin encourage -
Vietnamese have, the Educational Testing Ser titative portion of the test. Ver- to see what the student has learnedin
special force soldiers their bold behavior, Mar-
were wounded Tuesday when a vice is rapidly increasing the use bal is English co mph re hens ion, his major field of study,"added low and Hastings deepen the future -
mine of the exam in universities quantative Is mathematical." Smith. "If a student does well on
road clear-
exploded during embarrassment they encounter. -
Ing operations In the district cap- throughout the country," he added. Smith said.Results this test, It Indicates he Is readyto .
ital of Ben Gat, the spokesman Financial aid Is an important of the two combined study higher levels of coursesin
reported. The wounded American's reason UF requires the GRE of parts are sent to the students his major field." Adding her part to the confusion -
condition was described as good. Its prospective students. with the raw score. UF requires Cost of the GRE is $8-10, depending Is Mrs. Hastings (Mimi Carr,
"The National Science Founda- 500 on the exam to admit stu- on whether the student 4AS), who strongly protests a developing -
PEELZACOMIN1 tion (NSF) which awards fellow- dents, an undergraduate averageof takes this advanced part of the test, romance between her I
ship money to students won't even 3.0 ( all "B's"), Smith re- Smith said. nelce (Miss Neville) and Hastings.
BUYURZMONDAY talk to them unless they have recent ported. There is no limit to the numberof Spark Is added by a host of ser
BEHAPPYTUESDAY GRE scores to back them "Exceptions are always made, times a student may take the vants. I
up" Smith reported. of course" Smith said "for stu- \\1 I1
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spotlight turns from football to

basketball tonight in Florida Gym when the

1964-65 edition of the Gator roundballers open

their season against Virginia Military.

Game time is 8 p.m. this year instead of

the usual 8:15 p.m. A freshman game will '

start at 5:30 p.m.
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We urge all who can make it to turn out

and support the Gators when they open their
O Y
new season. Nothing can be more discouragingto P
'hint trJJttlltttlNtpp
a team than to open its home stand before list, ti1111ttttli// tttt s:
hit.ttt
partially empty stands.

i'' We don't know what kind of a team Coach

'Let's Look At Our Origins'WILLIAM I
Norm Sloan has come up with this year,

whether it is a good one or a notsogoodone.

G. CROSS ale esst'nti.illy li.bs.: : disj= uisftl as Ii iti'i miles
Best word we have been able to get
by \\.II.\"IIOWII\ dletk lelteis.: IIIUMII upon
is that this COULD be UF's "next year"in Advisor To Fraternities cam inn 1111 hotel and c.ile c>|H'iations ha the

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the cage circles. PART IIEDITOR'S c-onvenieiic e of inenibcis pieoc 'upiul with)

"social1 pro l'Ims and lupely iiulilfeietit! to
( NOTE: Today, The Alligator
Certainly time has the only answer to fraternal dimensions.
continues Its printing of a series of articleson
these questions but a strong turnout and UF's fraternity advisor's view of fraternities "The days of these diiptets .11"e numlu'n-d--\
because they .lie no 1 lunt'.'r useful. It is! <>isy
with William G. Cross the
show of behind the team quoting
support tonight to see why.Univeisities.
Executive Director of Sigma Nu, Richard
might throw the balance in favor of the Fletcher.) and colleges today :an III Hit
hotel and cafe businesses in a bit wav. lluv
Gators.
"Let's look to our origins. Fraternitieswere have to be, to perform their missions J.'I'

established to the better face lt--frateinities can't (coniiete| oath (hoot
A Peek At 'Peel'The produce : men
by emphasizing Ideals. At the turn of the in these areas, even If they' are so misuuideil:
as to want to, and Student Union and -"1111.11
fraternities hotel
began
New Orange Peel has shades of old century operations,
but only as a means to the end, not as an end programs provide a social outlet which. mm)

We were privileged to be able to sneak in itself. Cafe operations followed. World WarI students regard as adequate--so the Institution

a look at Editor Federman's upcoming Dec-. interrupted many established fraternal traditions rare geared for the Club business.
setting the stage for the Roaring "The picture should be deal. The viitual l '

ember 7th Issue and found it to be a definite Twenties and increased emphasis upon another monopoly fraternities ante had on; Club Hotel 1.

improvement over a rather competent first subordinate business--the business of Club. and Cafe operations is cone and today we fui I

So historically hotel, cafe, and club sidelines the problems of survival. Is it reasonable; to
issue. In fact we found it so good in were Introduced in that order. Came the expect that we'll survive on the basis of services

spots that we felt it even eclipsed some of thirties, the Great Depression, financial which the institutions ale better (equipped\

the celebrated Don Addis' original difficulties, and--institutional aid. Came World provide, :services which they' ran iml ,In'

War II, another devastating break in continuityfor providing at less expense""Fortunately
Peels (recall that the Peel at that time was fraternities, and post-war revivals. But all theie'll always be .011I1' .

the number one college humor magazinein too often Club business remained in the saddle; individualists who don't find life in a stmdiH

frequently the business of fraternity was cubicle opening off a long coiiidoi( of pollshei

the nation.) neglected or completely forgotten. vinyl I, quite so atttactive as a mustv.(lonie

Honest, fellow students we're not saying "Still on the fraternal scene are some World in the old fraternal hunit':steatl. And tin'i i"'l

War II casualties, the walking wounded. They be some who relish: the fe.ist-"ttl-I.iIO1tit
this just because the Peel is our sister variations of fraternity boirdlnu. Hut in tin

publication. We really think Don Federmanhas Letters AbroadEDITOR main, students sari: get essential houslnt' rOIHI

and social services without IMOIII-.*' III'
done a good job in saving this Peel '
fratt'rnltil's.Vh.at then is lelt! toi fi ,itcniitns"Obviously .
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from the "rot" of mediocrity and makingit : I l.rah'rllityutrue fraa'1tnt\ --i'

the business left to us. In this area tin, >n' ,tt"
a magazine with which students can truly Now that the election Is over, Americans be no real "competition" from the iiistiiiiii"S

must again close ranks In a unified effort to ,itc>nut1!
Jden tify. They are the first to admit that true ii
meet the problems of an increasingly difficult miypi""r''
is useful so on true fraternity we

The Florida world. base our hopes for suivival. .low du. "urhctentI.tl !
Our quadrennial presidential ..
often
campaign
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Al
although many deplore
give the impression to observers abroad that .
th i
'>n
ALLIGATORServed opportunities and failures! to apltali/e:
we are a nation of disunity, dissatisfactionand ..suiv
potential. Let's conclude: then, that to
even of corruption and Immorality. We, of "urneriibeis '
we must be useful uselul by; providing
by United Press International course, know that our system has always withstood wtl1'I
with! the bettor education
the excesses of critical oratory thataccompany
prc>ducts the better man. To this Coal n
Editor ..... ..... .. .. .. .. .. ..... .... .. .. Walker Lundy' our elections. But our friends
responsible tidiest: Alll object.
Managing Editor .. ... ..... ........ ....... ... .Joel Gaston overseas: are not always as confident. hatarf.
"Our real business, that of Fraternity
Assistant Managing Editor ... .. .. ...... II..Nancy Drachey How ('Int' as citizens reassure and inform bso mantitters
xi.eri such: slight; consideration
Assistant Managing Editor ..II.II.. .. .. .. .. .Da\e Berkowttz our counterparts in other lands of our interestin Ions th.
Editorial Page Editor ...... .. ..... .. .... .. .. .. .Ed Barber them and our continuing plans for assisting I 01. so man. (;am fuses for so I II
some pessimists ittl that it tan never:
Sports Page! Editor ... .. .. .. .... ...... .. .... .Bruce Dudley them to realize their aspirations for a richer Idea
re-tstal.lishfc'l. I sharply.
City Editor ... .... ... .. .. .. ..... ... .. .. .. Skip 1f3\'lser and free life": The moot practical way is by' disagree
ate th basis rf fraternity.
Campus Living Editor .. ..... ... ...... .. ... Donita Mathlson writing someone abroad with whom you could r true
share nuItUJllntt'r\"sts.

Editorial Assistant*--Jim ('.1S tf 110. Ann Carter. Don Federman. l.'u"rsbrl.1d is a non-.ovrrrmvntal clearinghouse SOTS ; SPOTS; SOBERS

Tova Levtne Ernie Litz (Circulation Manager). Stan Kulp (Cartoonist which Introduces Americans,

), Ron Spencer. Gary Shallow.\.. Vaughn. especially collee student,, to correspondents ...And Now: SPOSM
of similar age and tir'um tance. Our

Reporters: Patti Pita (Student Government Beat Chief). Joe organization has in Its file requests from LLITOR:

Kollln, Bob Golub, Joe Waldorf. Sharon Iell'ntte Cardozo. hundreds: of eafer student O'deJS askin? for

Frank Shepard, Lee Alexander. Agnes Fowles. The 1 ma )loum.1n. American pen friend. Mary; 01 these students With the foundation of SPOTS, SOTS, and

Marjorie Green, Evan; Langbeln. David Kennedy Terry Rogers. are quite prcbatlthe future 1 tenders. of tht SOBERS I'd like to am ounce a new campus
Susie Halback, Jeffrey Denkewalter, Dick Dennis. Beverly Faber developing nations of Africa and AU. and they SPOSM Purchaseof
group -- the Society for the
Dick Schneider, Greg Seitz, Sue Dobble. Lorraine \"1s'udlml have many stlmulatln; ideas: and opinions to Socks for Men. The UF may have been a

Saperstein, Maureen Collins, Anne Gartrell, Kathy Walker, exchange and question to ask. cow men
college
at one time, where some
Barbara Litt, Eunice I. Tall. Glenn Laney. Any student wishing to share the experienceof didn't is
wear shoes and socks. But that day
International friendship should send
a behind us.
Why ?
TIlE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaperof self-addressed: stamped envelope to Letters revert
A attractive,
young lady's ankles be
the University of Florida and Is published five times weekly Abroad 18 East 60th Street, New York 21 but may most
the hairy, ankles of
except during May, June and July when it Is published semi.weekly. K. \.. together with pertinent information bumpy, scrawny
men are best usual manner.
covered In the
Only editorials represent the official opinion of The concerning age, studies and general interests.
Any male who can't apply
afford socks may
Alligator. Columns represent only the opinions of their authors. There is no fee for this service.
for aid from SPOSM c/o
Tbe Alligator is entered as second class matter at the United The Alligator.

States Post Office at Gainesville. Frederick )(. Winship Robert Hutson

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Weithorn Set Alumni Help ,



Winter Rush


For State WSA Loyalty Fund




Women Students' Association President Vicki Weithorn. olEO Plans Decided
With Phone"Operation
will
represent UF women at the State Intercollegiate Association

of Women Students (IAWS) convention Dec. 4-6 at the University: The Panh ll iiic Council decided lasteek on rush plans for they
of Miami. Telefund" is "
meeting .
winter trimester.The :

""'" ,';.e'. ,.,.ad'i She will serve as chairman' with success. plans call for a two "",'k rush period beginning Wednesday. '
'
'' .' Thus far, over $11.000 has been
. of a workshop.group discussing! January 13 with the Paiihellenlc huruin In the l'nht'I'IIUditlI'II1"' 4
"How pledged by UF alumni and friends
"<>' r' through "Operation Telefund." j
''i pation in Its Program?" Miss The forum is scheduled for coeds
the total \
bringing contributions of
Wei thorn will also se rye on a panel Row's ,
the Alumni Parking planning to p.'I'Ul'IpJtInti"
... Loyalty Fund for 1964-!
to learn about
more IAWS.
65 to 95000. lushiiu; program. Prudent

"Member associations in Florida Local alumni club volunteers of the sorority chapter on campus

will be attending this convention members Improves SoonMore and Dean E\el: l>Sellers \Ulldls-
join of the slum staff.
to help each other function Director Bill A. Fle.?! 1.ssls- cuss the meaning of .soroiltlos.imlanswer
better." Miss Welthorn parking spaces for UF
says ,"We tant q u t'o.t i o n s on the rush
Director Alvin Alsobrook and
will live in the UM dormitories.In students will soon be available on schedule.

March, 1964, Florida dele- Field Secretary Harold Dillinger, Fraternity H u\\,'. according' to

gates to the Southern Regional to phone alumni in different areas plants and grounds head Cahin C. Ice water teas will tv held on
of Florida who have not yet pledgedan
convention at the University of Greene Jr. Satuiday January 10 and Informal
h amount to the Loyalty Fund.
Kentucky planned this workshop.The parties will U on the ,iut ila\'.
The current figures indicate theprogram's A new parking lot Is being builton
j purpose of LAWS is to serveas pl't'rt>I't'III1.III"rUt'ol ,II'l''jl.iiiiH t
success since Octoberin the west side of Fraternity How.It .
a clearing house for information for Wediu>May.! Jantuiv :0.
of WSA's Daytona Beach, Jacksonville, stretches from Kadlolioadnoith
throughout the United
States. It works to facilitate the St. Petersburg, Alachua, Marion, nearly half the length of Fraternity
Orange, Lake, and Breward Coun- Row. KISER'SOFFICE
exchange of ideas on problems

confronting local groups. Schools ties.The
submit their best ideas and pro- next Telefunds are sche- Greene said the lot will haw EQUIPMENT
duled in Escambla County, Nov.
WEITHORNSlack grams, and in turn informationis spaces for 200 cats when It Is DESKS
23-24; Palm Beach County, Nov.
compiled and sent to member complete.Noel USED
* schools.It 30-Dec. 1-3; and Hlllsborough CHAIRS

County Dec.10..
is the only national women's R. Lake, grounds super- USED TYPEWRITERS
The Loyalty Fund provides mon-
student government association in intendent, said the parking lot
'
Changes Portables Manuals
ies through the National Defense ,
America. had been planned for about four
Loan Fund for Dollars for Schol- Floctrtcs
years. Lake said lie is not sun-
ars. This over $30,000 will
year when the lot will be finished
EXCLUSIVE
be allocated to Dollars for Schol-
Art ProfessorTo The lot Is being built by S.M.
Explained By
ars from the Loyalty Fund.
Wall Cons. Co. of Gainesville. OLYMPIA DEALER
Also, the Coordinated Local Alumni -

ExhibitHiram Scholarship Program
SPORTSMEN'SCYCLE
(Clasp) will give a minimum of RENTALS

WSA Prexy"The forty $250 to CENTER
Williams, UF Professor scholarships worthy Expert Repairs
high school students entering the 617 N. Main St.
of Art has been selected to exhibit -
slacks, not be sel- 604 N. Main Sf.t
reason were a painting in the 1964 Pitts- university.Recipients will SUZUKISales
in women's dorms before ected by alumni clubs in their
permitted Phone 2-9607
burgh International Exhibition of & Service ,
this, said Vicki Weithorn, areas of the state.
Contemporary Painting and Sculp-
president of Women: Student Association ture.

(WSA) was that girls ,

were wearing tight stretch denim
slacks." The exhibit will be held in the /Zl1IZitlfJtfJtlIt

Museun of Art, Carnegie Insti- /-
Miss Weithorn was speakingofa
tute, October to January.
recent change in WSA regulations.

Slacks may now be worn in wo- / SALE

men's dorms and sorority houses Dairy Science

before five, provided blouses are starting MONDAY, NOV. 30 ,,:
tucked in.Sweatshiits.

are not allowed before Plans DoctorateThe up to !/3-/2! OFF rcg. price o'J .

!; p.m.Hefore .
five p.m. Monday through UF Dairy Science Depart- ,/ V
ment, a division of the Institute
Friday only street wear may l>e ,
of Food and Sciences I.-
Agricultural ,
the
worn on campus in libraries
be next fall to havea
Hub and cafeterias not located in may qualified
doctorate said \
program department -
the women's lesidence aieas.

The WSA ruliiiR chance applies: head E.L. Fouts Tuesday.
"We have now about halt a dozen
only to cafeterias located in wo- '
students working on their DRESSES Cr
men's dorm aieas. women's dorm
bachelor's degree and five p COORDINATESNow
lobbies and sorority houst'lollngt'snd
working for their I master's
.\ to coeds going to or from '5 00 $ 9.36 '
degree." said Dr. Fouts. ,, --
/
cafeterias in the women's itsidenco The Dairy Science Department I ?5 ('() .. ........S15.36
lull areas.Contest .
emphasizes teachlngand research, j 1. C.518.36

ExtendedDeadline while producing milk and other Z ,
; DRESSES 0 SUITS
dairy products: for I'F Food Ser- _, I
for entries in the Miss I V/mfcfi'
Mce.
Seminole contest has been \ Sl'8.75
extended to 5:30 this afternoon. "A great need exists for graduates C 7500-Now S p",1:;'

in this .IreJ." said Fouts. 3000 ......:.... S22. 75

8 by 10 portrait photographs must "Industr>'s demand for graduatesis 3500 ....... .. $27 75 en nylon I

accompany applications along with greater tl1.lnh.lt we can supply' *10 ........... >5SIOU k.l:o.t"mm'j
a $5 entry fee. Johnny Carson, at [ S29
star of NBC TV will judge all piesent. \ i:7 < 'IRTi I'anlirx
The dairy products produced by ) :\ < tS. 5 ,
entries and the winner and court
a the department I nets an average of r i I SLACKS, SHORTS while or LI'Jd
of four will be featured in a color
said Fout. '
$200.000 per jear /
Siza 4-7
feature in the 1965 Seminole. H.1 i / January SavingsIn '

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appeal.e imaginative new designs,on the finest quality tl g I k,
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..'. $ ,: M any sports car buff's' Christmas. If a car is in your budget for this winter, it's' to your

e o r advantage to finance through Campus Federal Credit Union. For Campus Federal's'

e Chesnut Office] x dial-a-loan service, dial 376-2250 any time day or night. Main office In Bldg. JC J, 0

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COUCH'S 608 N. MAIN ST. GIFT ', (
225W. University Ave. \

Selling ZENITH Since 1933 .s. SLIPPERS p.1;. y e
9al
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( CJJ !::: $$199) :r i BLOUSES S

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PATTY BERG CUP DEFENDER Choose from blue,'black or pink quilted } Styles, 'c1 r rr 8VeA I CI flltg F ;
WOODS rubber sole or V I t, r a y _
satin with foam I \ ___
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Strata.Dloc head in light mahogany finish o blue or black vinyl moccasin with vinylt I { $ i 1'' ,,,
Ch.-ome gives. smooth'(plated, True 'l'ttll1l'ttl'|> Century shaft t sole. Sizes 5 to 10. 1 I Sl98 ,.r 10g Q Q O"j"(\ tl 1Q t e
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D8830A2870 (t-3-4 Woods) Retail $$4350D6820A1923 "
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No. 3 wood finished In 860A39S5 ((3-5-79' Putter I"AII"
dark mahogany ) RUI| $$57.90 s WATCH Jlwltly '";
Set In of durable 3, 5, 1 7. 9 chrome.Irons and Plui.putter two all potket.)plated DM50AJ290 ((3-5-7-9& Putter) Retail| $-(8.25( LadiesImperial the most "It \ ''a r.Ie.../. I.3.nk, .. "w... .. '
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Powerful Strata. -Bloc constructed head _
Shaft topped with Remlndu.- H'' matched.. Choose from a wide selection of matched/ rings and b bands.
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Full flanged blades, balanced and ,chrome Manufacturers a A. Q '
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I Sale \ For RentJANUARY I T Wanted I" Autos I I r Autos I



1956 ELCAR MOBILE home with TRIMESTER all units 5 MALE ROOMMATES I WANTEDto
9 x 18 Cabana, super modified general area main library I'niv. share clean spacious MUST SELL NOW 1962 Chev. SS. 1957 PL'MOl'TIldr! V-8 FURY
Hardtop. Radio heater stick shiftin
for collegiate living. Perfect for post office. Meets requirementsfor 5-bedroom. 2-bath home with this conv. 32: engine positractionbucket -
one or two students. !5 minutes complete !li('.ing. classes. quiet. student. (Present roommates seats power glide on floor good tires. Excellent buy
for $295. Call 2-3251 after 6 .
from campus In quiet, perfect for Refrigerators I no kitchens. graduating). COMPLETELY floor r A; h new rubber27000 p.m.G44tfc
study surroundings. Must sell now Utilities included. Rate $122.50and FURNISHED: 2 refrigerators actual miles. Can trade and ( ).

Available January Payments $110. 2 persons to unit, stoves curtains rugs, dishes. finance. Call 376-2688 before 3:30.

much lower than rent. Call 376- trimester rate. Phone t-6494. (B- silver television etc. $40.00 per (G-63-tf-c). [

2C88 before 5:30. A-C3-tf-c). C3-5t-c). month Includes utilities:telephone, I Help WantedSTUDENT [

dally newspaper, electricity etc. 1964 VOLKSWAGEN, red sedan.

4x5! Sun-Ray photo enlarger, print WELL HEATED ROOM in private AVAILABLE for occupancy Dec. This car has only been driven

dryer, and accessories $30. Jim home available at the end of this 18th. Rent begins January. Call 8300 miles and is like new. Only to line on premisesand

Nichols -9198andseeatKappa trimester. Linen and maid service. 376-8 .04,ask for Don/C-61-tI-c). $1450 for quick sale. 376-9964.! work full-time during

Sigma House. (A-C3-2t-c). Private entrance. Off-street (G-63-3t-p). Christmas i vacation and spare-

parking. 805 NE 4th Terr. Call time afterwards. Room rent to
3 PIECE BEDROOM suite, light FR 6-5360. (B-63-5t-c). MUST SELL-1956 MGA.Excellent constitute partial payment. For
wood, formica top. Bookcase condition just painted. Radio.
I Services [ more Information phone .FR 6-
double bed, box springs and FURNISHED air conditioned heater, spoke-wheels, WW. Call 3012. (E-G2-tf-c).
mattress, double dresser with apartment. Need car. Five minutes 372-5942 after 3 o'clock. Ill SW

mirror and chest. Good condition. from campus. $90 a month. Prairie SHIRTS and blouses ironed In my 10th St. (G-63-5t.c). SECRETARY WANTED. Part

$70. Call C-2020! after 5:30 p.m. View Apartments, Apartment 5. home. Cash and carry. Call ,, time employment. 8:30 a.m. to
(A-C3-31-C). Call 6-5024. B-63-3t-p). 1962 OLDSMOBILE F85, 26000
372-4536. (M-63-3t-c). 12:00 noon. Preferably wife of
miles, radio and heater, new tires.
graduate student or PHD candidate..
excellent ATTRACTIVE ROOM WITH Take over payments and the car
G. E. REFRIGERATOR
Shorthand Paid
PORTRAITS, COPIES, PROJECT Typing/; required.
Anodized entrance and kitchen is yours. Call 372-4896! after 5 p.m.
condition, $25. T.V. private
PHOTOS at reasonable prices, vacation, etc. Please ('aIl376-8238
antenna, 3 channel reception, $15. privileges. Ideal for student who (G-63-3t-p). M-W
quick service. SNEERINGER between 8:30 a.m. <&< 12 noun ,
Argus slide projector, $15.! Call needs quiet place to study. Call PHOTOGRAPHY, 1013 W. Univ. the 30th, 1st <&< 2nd. (E-61-3t-c).
372-7322 after C p.m.on weekdays. 372-7883. 3715 N. W. 7th Place. Ave. (M-62-3t-c). PORSCHE OWNERS UNITEI! Join

(A-C3-3t-c:). B-62-tf-c). us at a fish fry on Sunday CIRCUIT DESIGN Technician/
December 6th at Cedar Key. For
EXPERT TYPING Done in my engineer. Immediate opening.
3 BEDROOM 2 BATH, 2 year old 2 BEDROOM Apartment, $90 per home. Will pick up and deliver. further information call 6-4836. Industrial experience preferred.Pay .

home. Carport, built-in kitchen. month, available January 1st. Call 376-8586. (M-61-5t-c). (G-62-tf-nc). open. Full time only. ContactMr.

Plenty of loom. $500! down and 2-7683. 322 B NE 11th Street. McLeoud or Mr. Parker,
assume $75! per month payments. For sale, studio couch $55. (B- 1957 DODGE Custom Royal two- 372-3518. Atkins Technical Inc.,

1741 NW (55th Terr. Call 64323. 62-tf-c). I Real Estate.1 tone blue, 4-dr. sedan, power 3606 SW Archer Road. Manu
(A-02-7t-c). steering. Must sell Immediately.
facturers of temperature and
FURNISHED NEWalr-condlUoned,
$395. Car at 1415 NW 3rd Ave.
CHRIS'1'MAS GIFT, New Beige split level apartment. For 3 boysor Call 376-1567 after 5 p.m. (G- humidity instrumentation. (E-59-
Sweater Suit Size 38 top 12 skirt. girls. 3 blocks from campus. FOR SALE BY OWNER moving to 62-4t-c). 5t-c).
Must sell before Christmas. Bob Call 376-1301 after 1 p.m.. 1824 Tampa, exceptional 4 bedroom 2

Keyset ling, Box 13302!) University NW 3rd Placy. (B-59-5t-c). bath Over home 60' new electric kitchen. TRIUMPH TR-3, 1958. 1961 STARTS FRIDAYANNMARGRET'S
storage space. Separate
Station. (A-Cl-51-p)
engine, like new condition. Seat
work shop. Tree shaded patio. Drive-In
1014 NW 11th Ave. (G-61-5t-c). GAINESVILLE
&
Washer included. John
CABANA ICxO enclosed, 9x12 WantedOVER I dryer Theater
with 4x4 closet, Dillon, 225 N. W. 26th Street. 372-
roofed patio rug,
7658. 1964 FIAT 4-door sedan, in
heater and curtains. Cheap I-62-5t-c)
space
excellent condition with only 8,000
$300.00. On pica shady lot.Railey's 21 male to modern
share
a FOR SALE BY OWNER LEAVING miles. $250 equity and take over
Trailer Park. 3301 Rocky Pt. Rd. bedroom trailer. MORE SIZZLING
2 Approximately AREA Furnished leased balance of $750. May be seen at
: duplex,
James Arnold. (A-CO-5t-p) 3 miles south of the University, with income of $185. P.I.T.I.$117. 104 SW 8th Street after 5 p.m. THAN EVER

semi-private location. Call 372- Price To (G-54-tf-nc).
$15,800 terms.
good see
MOVING-MUST SELL 19G4 Ducatl 4380. (C-63-2t-c). call 372-7658. I-62-5t-c). BEFOREI..IN"KITTEN!
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Falcon -- 80 motorcycle $170 or
best offer. See Jeff at 110 NW GOTTA ROOMMATE but no WITHA

7th Tt>I'I'. 372-6043. (A- !>-tf-c). apartment for next trimester? the Pajama Tops discover WHIP"
Would like to share my comfortable
IDEAL HOME for University and 2 bedroom house with two other

Medical Center personnel. Lovely students. 378-1002. (C-63-lt-c). the Pajama Bottoms .
location 5 min. from Unit 3 A
ONE FEMALE ROOMMATE to

bodroom. 2 bath with large living share apartment at Colonial Manor ; ................................. Vrw.
space. F1IA financing. Call FR .' '. ,
starting January 1. Call Sherry ,
C-4007. (A-55-20t-c). 6-9282 evenings. (C-6-3t-p). This is Helga. 1; N
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'62: SI'LINEItJdO, 2 BDR. FEMALE ROOMMAIu "anted to ;' the economy sizesmorgasBROAD wr

Trailer: for sale. Air conditioned. share nice 2 bedroom apartmentnear i
Very nice. Phone Hickory Hill .
campus. Reasonable rates. .:
Trailer Park. 370-3694. after 5:30 Call 6-6481. (C62tf.c). ................................. '
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accepting applicants for the l

Winter Trimester. Room and board yAJPM4PARJY
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372-9616 ask for Roger Johnson. .MIMtCOUK-MUMViaON'

(J-63-5t-c).

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case If found please contact Janetat approx. 10 articles of clothing E>C11iA

2337 Jennings Hall, 372-6381. GATOR GROOMER Coin Laundrynext '
(L-63-lt-p). to University Post Office. \ .
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ampusShelterigns ____ __. : .1

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number of fallout shelter signs been entirely removed from Hume .
| stolen from their lo- Hall
ve been and others are missing from
tions on campus, according to Graham Hall, the Infirmary and
fibert Sherrard, UF civil defense the Stadium, Sherrard said.

lordinator. Sherrard emphasized the Impor-
[The signs, which designate the tance of these signs and said
buildings now approved for tha any vandal caught taking one o ..0

llout shelters In campus, have of the signs could be fined up i
i i to $1,000 or be Imprisoned for not r 1

more than one year or both.
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nnualHolidarogram Lester L. Hale, dean of student

affairs, said "the signs are an
official and required part of our

Set total civil defense program and
must remain unmolested."

"They are posted for our pro-
| uF President J. Wayne Reitz tection, and I am sure the stu-
raids the holiday season with dents will respect the request that
'5 annual message to the student they be left alone, I'm sure those y : ,

dy "Born to Make Men Free," who have tampered with -the m have
nday night at the sixth annual not realized the seriousness of

Ihristmas on Campus program their acts," he said.
[tarting at 11 p.m. In the Uni- There are 100 signs posted on

ersity Auditorium.Also campus and "you really have to
on the program are three pull to get them off," Sherrard
[aditional Christmas carols.

[elections from "The Ceremony said.The UF civil defense operationshas

larols" by Benjamlne Britton will a capacity of 52,00 people.All TWO CARIBBEAN Conference delegates, Dr. Antonio Rios-Vargas of Mexico (left)

Be nder sung the by direction the Women's of Guy Glee V.Webb.Club veyed of the and shelters licensed have officially been sur-by and Dr. Rafael Risquez-Iribarren of Venezuela, talk over the program with L. R. (Rush)

"The Christmas Story", takenom the state of Florida to the U.s. Jordan, director of the university hospital. The conference begins today and goes I

the age-old Biblical passages Sherrard said that at present through Saturday on the UF campus.Carribean .
ill be read by Bob Mounts, Un- their are emergency supplies
ersity Religious Assoc. Pres- enough for 18,000 people.

ent, Vernon Swartsel, Religion-
Conference Set I
[-Life Week chairman, and Jean Archery ShootA

utler, University Religious

ssoc. vicepresident.The handicap archery shoot, Delegates and speakers from six foreign countries, in co-sponsoring this year's conference--the first to
program will begin Immed- sponsored by the UF archery 12 states and the District of Columbia are due here have health problems as a principal topic.
tely after the annual Christmas club, will be held Dec. 5 today to begin registering for the 15th annual Conference States Included on the official Conference list are
ree Lighting Ceremony by Mortar in back of Broward Hall on the Caribbean the uV
on on campus. Florida, Mississippi, Washington I Louisiana,
oard in the Plaza of the Am- the archery range at 9:30 Registration begins at 1 p.m. tomorrow at the Florida New York Alabama, Tonnessee, Illinois, Ohio,
According to Chairman Joe a.m. Union. The Caribbean Conference continues through Pennsylvania, Georgia and Texas.
oudon, this year's program at- I This shoot, because of the Saturday and will be highlighted by three luncheons, The forlegn contingent will represent Guatemala,
empts to appeal to all studentsnd handicap score, will give a beginner two dinners, a breakfast meeting Friday and five round Columbia, Puerto Rico, Mexico, Venezuela and Pana-
faculty in the spirit of the as good a chance as the table discussion sessions.Dr. .
the Christmas season rather than skilled. Nine rounds will be ma.Dean Leonard Currie of the University of Illinois'

olely in a religious sense. shot and one will determinethe A. Curtis Wilgus, the UF's Latin American College of Architecture In Chicago will give an
This has been done, he said, beginners handicap score. specialist who has directed the Conference since its Illustrated lecture on "Housing In the Caribbean" at
>y omission of the tradltionally- Miss Jane Millor, assistant inception in 1950, said 22 speakers will be featured 8:15 tomorrow evening In the Health Center ,
leld invocation and and benedic- professor of physical educa- during the four-day meeting here. Auditorium.The '"

Ion and other changes in the form- tion, said that the shot is open The J. Hillls Miller Health Center and Its Center lecture Is open to the public and Is being
rly Protestant Church service to students, faculty and staff, for Latin American Studies will work with Smith sponsored by the University's Department of Archi-

rogram. and sponsors. Kline and French Laboratories of Philadelphia, Pa., tecture.

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:$ :;::::::::;::: Is the protection of students and university property for the department. They heckle or hinderour get the alligator back Into Lake Alice.
Si: :$:::&:: in spite of the efforts of somestudents and Job," said UF Police Lt. Vernon K. Holllman. The "Kampus Kopt" are not "Keystone Kopa"
: ::::$:::: faculty members. Holliman said that all of the officers go out but are trained like any other policeman In the
* of their way to help the students, faculty and the state. All policemen are trained at the Florida
Police Officer Academy. Most of them have com-

Students Theft ProneUniversity UF."The kids always keep ahead or us in their pleted over 300 hours of classes.
pranks. Most of us enjoy the job trying to outwit "We have men that are now working with the

of Florida students are so careless or laxed about the students." Federal Bureau of Investigation, Treasury Department -
electing their cash and valuables they actually help thieves, saidt. A student once painted the red domes on the and state police agencies," Holllman added.

Vernon K. Holliman, deputy cheif of the campus police. police cars. "lie made one mistake. He didn't Able problem faced by the University policeIs
"More thefts of money and property belonging to students will take know that the can leaked. We followed his trail the tact many of the men on the force leave
lace and him for better job or higher paying work.
between now and the Christmas holidays than during the entire picked up.
chool year," Lt. Holllman said. "If the student would take the extra Students used to swim In the pool at night with Salary for a University of Florida PolicemanIs
ew minutes to secure his valuables It wouldn't happen," he added. the lights off. The police saw no real problem in $4,2000 a year, lower than any other In the
the but some of the students were diving tate.
Leaving Christmas prank
clothes
with ,
money In his room or packing the car
'resents, and other valuable causes the greatest problem for the campus from the board and might have hit someone or All policemen at the UF are bonded policemenand
hey. are easy something."We some are also bonded Deputy Sheriffs. "The
Unwatched, unguarded, or unlocked these places
>lckings for the potential thief. would coast the car under the overpass department I* the same a* any city police. We

Clothing and valuables should never be left In an automobile over at the gym and turn on the siren. The kids would handle the same type, of cases, but have no jail." ..
n1 eht. When this can't be avoided, all the windows should be up and the jump out of the pool and go home. They thought "We like to clean our own linen so many of
|doors locked. Small Items of great value should be locked In the trunk that they had outsmarted the police. We never the cases are turned over to the Honor Court.
and Holllman said. did tell them that we knew they were there" We do have access to the Gainesville jail for
repacked the
Inside the car the day of trip,
During and daughtersextra Holllman doesn't mind pranks as long as no one misdemeanors and the county jail for felony cases."
this time of send their student sons
l year parents to come home. One gets hurt. But he warns against pulling prankson The policemen are trying to take cart of the
money to tickets
buy presents or purchase
University. They patrol night and day. They average -
Ith* checks are converted Into cash, the student who keeps It on his policemen.One
person is looking year a girl called up and threatened to 3,000 calls a year. There were 29 accidents
Most for trouble. Lt. Holliman said. shoot Holllman. The girl wa* picked up and the Investigated October. Decides traffic and parking _
dormitories,
money is taken from the
.The while going police found a loaded revolver In her purse. problems the Police Department handle eases
student leaves her In the room
his wallet
or purse the hall to visit. Another time three bullets were fired Into the of larceny petty and grand, assault and bat.tery *
down
9ibethe bathroom for just a second or dropping be addtod. police building. One of the bullets jusit missed vandalism, hit and run and sex violation
he Is empty,
or she returns the wallet or purse "A called and said most of the Holllman
It's according to one of the men. person up Larceny comprise cae*
almost ,
stolen money
nolliman. Impossible to recover anytime the roomtJ 'w* will get you, you S.o.8. next time'." warned tudetn of thieve "They are especially
The best answer Is to keep the door locked "Our puuey 1* to leave the students alone unless numerous during final and before vacation Holllman ..
empty. This Is student to learn and practice
the hardest habit for the
Holliman they are destroying private or public property, asked all student to lock their room or
"Not aid. or It there Is any danger to themselves or other," car doors.
their everyone is a thle/ But the laxness of many student In guarding theft Policemen encounter dangers In other way*. Moat of the theft occur In the dorm and mot
Of Property makes thieves of people. Almost all the theft are Two weeks ago a patrolman almost lost his hand of these are In the girl' dorm*.
.. opportunity and not said Lt. Holliman. '
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ii' gift items of the highest i11 ijj: of the two-page photo

f quality. If you've ::1111111:: :: feature produced for local -
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come in and look around.Fremac's 1111:ij 1 When we began planning

salesmen will ::1111$.... it eight weeks ago, we
be glad to help find '
you ::$::::: were I looking for a new
the perfect gifts for the !
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men in your life.Fremac'sat :::::::: tising.I I In place I of the
112 W. 1 m; regular merchandising ads

p University Avenue. m111! used by most of our advertisers -

1 11;; we thought a series
--" ::1:::1' of photos using students to

m11 demonstrate products and

GainesvilleCocaCola 1 11111 services would be interest-
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fine Whether
point:
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a advertising
work break or study
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break, it's better
::1:1:1:: trimester. Some of the original -
when it's a Coke
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pause 1111111 But our main purpose in occupying -
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0, :m11: :, Mr. Merchant, that you,
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k'" rtMfII"J"h" '1 And this is exactly what is offered -
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Lonesome end Charles Caseywas en receptions shy of the Southeastern -
I eliminated from the Florida Conference one season

Ii I football team's attack yesterday record of 32 set by Mississippi's
with a pulled leg muscle. Barney Poole in li!'I7.
i "This is a real blow." said This )ear Casey has caught 45
CoachRay Craves. "Casey might passes for 647 yards and four
N be able to see limited action, but touchdowns and this is probablyhow
) we aren't planning on it." his rt"cord.w111. read after
"The man in that position has the LSI'' game.
t to be at full speed, and he won'tbe. "The injuries to Casey and Spur-
." rier are the most serious" said

The Gator lonesome end pulleda G raves.
.1 muscle in his right leg while "We knew we would tuvetopass

L. going through a physical fitness against LSU's tough dl'fensend:
test in physical education class. now we'll have to run more."
1 1I' rt The Gators' offensive punch had Senior quarterback Tom Shannon
t' already been crippled with the has been handling the signal railing -

sprained ankle to sophomore quar- duties at practice and has
t terback Steve Spurrier. been backed: up by Bruce: Bennett.
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"Spurrier's ankle] hasn't beer.

responding as quickly as we had
r hoped and he won't return to prac-

tice before Thursday." Graves _= -
F said. M aster
it LEADING ATTACK for Florida basketball team tonight will be Tom Baxley, left, Hal Seymour and Paul Ewald- College

I'I'it and Brooks Henderson.Florida sen are running at lonesome end
in place of Casey who is only sev -.


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I Against VMI TonightGLENN -- L HARVEY LACKEY BELL


LANEY "We will just have to wait until at center and forward respectively. TONY PEDRERO

Staff Writer the season begins," said Sloan. Ramsey is up from last years NILO VICARI
"That is the big question everyone freshman squad where he was the JERRY BUTLER
Virginia Military Institute is the is trying to answer around here... tallest man on the team just top-
first In a whole host of rough who has Improved the most, ping 6-feet-10. Keller who will JAMES HALL

i; : opMiiit| >iits which i will put this Florida or the rest of the confer hold down the other forward posi- COLON RATCLIFF
yr.ir's l Florida basketball team ence." tion was red shirted last year
to tin' test this Wednesday night in Sloan pins most of his hopesof for action in the 1963-64 campaign
"Kloiida Gym at 8 p.m. a good season on two real good Keller underwent an operation at
"little men," guards Tom Daxley the beginning of the year. Kellerwas Canolyn plaza BaRBeR Shop
VMI comes up against the "best
and Brooks Henderson. Both found to be anemic and was
rvei" Norm Sloan coached basketball -
seniors, the two guards give held out for the campaign.
team at the UP. 5.loan is very 1620 W. .University Ave. Ph. 372-9129
Florida better than average ball Another rugged rebounder slatedto
tMithused about his squad's chancesof
handling and an average of over 30 see action for the Gators is Bob
having ,t real: good season. ,
I points between them per game. Hoffman.
"We have had real great spirit
Also coming back from last Sloan is hoping his boys will nsp
out there at practice said Sloan.
'. year's 12-10 team to claim a get some needed experience In OPEN SATURDAYS
"Our two young sophomores have
starting berth is Dick Tomllnsona these first few games before con- CHRISTMAS
tome aloiiR teal good for us. Cftourse UNTIL
C-feet-5 forward. Tomlinson ference play begins. The Gator
you can only t tell so much
G-feet-3: forward. Tomlinson lead head coach will be looking for
front practices.1 We will have to
the Gators in scoring last year better ball handling and depth In
wait until the season begins:: beforewe
and is a rugged man on the boards. these early contests.
can really t tell how much we
Two sophomores are slated to "We have got to find some back
h.ive I Impiovt'd.
crack I the Florida starting lineup up men early in the year," BOOTS
Sloan has often said his team for the Dec. 2 home opener. Jeff commented Sloan.] "Right now

has improved greatly this year,but Ramsey andGary Keller,both from we appear to have a couple of
so has the lest of the SoutheasternConfeience. Dixie Hollins High School in St. boys who can play good SEC ball,
Petersburg are slated to start but we need more."

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"Had 1 been head coach during the Miami. or three yard line. As the team huddledto SHIRTS

Florida game: I'd hate brought a 20 foot call the next play, he told the quarterback
I bullwhip into the dressing room at halftime "Let me run the ball, let me run the ball." i
and used it prodigiously." The linemen disgruntled mostly because the
So spoke Dr. Russell Wilson a Gator Fan back hadn't practiced all week and also
1 who has lived and died with the Gators (he because he had the audacity to ask the quarterback -
claims It was mostly death) through i Ms to let him run the ball echoed in unison, I.
Bachelor's and Master's: degree. PhD., and "Yes. let him run the ball."
m dic..ll'hool.. all at the I'F. Here the story is interrupted by raptures ii pit.
Dr. Wilson begins each football season witha of laughter as: Doc goes through the motionsof
zealous optimism for a great bowl I team. how the offensive line stepped aside and let

.... only to have his visions of sugar and cotton the opposition smother the poor bark as he
and oranges blured out by Gator defeat. fought for one or two yards on his own.

The only amazing thing about his dream Sure Doc can laugh about these old times ftO.Gainesville( []
is, after 16 years, the propensity of it Is as but he doesn't think the>'re really funny.
high as when he first came to UF. He always The laugh is a tragic laugh one of bewilder-
finds some reason why Florida should have ment. Ma>be those linemen back then didn't .
I a winning season .- next year. mind losing, but Doc hated it. He can some-
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I Although Doc has been let down somewhat times take) a hard fought loss but never a give

after a big buildup this year, he claims away.
It things were much worse when he first came
], to Gainesville. Despite the fact that this )' ar's team hasn't
One of his favorite stories about the Gators won as many games as he would have liked
1 (be ha* many-.mostly bad) concerns one of for them to, win or loose, we're still his Stockman
I Florida's better running backs of a few years Gators. This )ear's team has never quit and

:1 ,._. past. The boy was an exceptional athlete and he takes that as a personal favor for him.
usually performed well on Saturdays. But, When Florida wins its first Southeastern Supply Co.At .
be rarely came to practice and the coaches Conference championship and Doc's dreams of
didn't sw' fit to makejilme come. sugar and cotton and oranges come true he the Gainesville Livestock Market
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'I This particular Saturday afternoon he had will be one of the few who can say with .5001 N.W. 13th St,
made a beautiful 'run down to the opponents authority -- WE made It.

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