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FSU Says It's Got Albert-Painters fj fjIdenlil i c

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Vol. 57, No. 64 University of FloridaGainesville Thursday, Dec. 3, 1964
Are Secret

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The case of the painted alligator *, Corps Volunteer... !
was finally solved yesterday
according to an FSU dean who says LINDA BIGELOW shows

he's caught the culprits. UF students Jerry Humphreyand
Who they are and what will
happen to them, however, remainsa Mary Bourbeau infor-

secret that only Seminole administrators mational material about .
will know, the dean +r
q the Peace Corps.
rv A
said.Dean of Students Harry Day told LjrZ *
the Alligator yesterday by tele-
phone that FSU had apprehendedthe
four Albert-painters who
tossed a bucket of red paint on
UF's reptile mascot the day before ;i /74;

Tallahassee.It's the UF-FSU. football game in It's GoodLiving

not FSU policy to releasethe c- 4'I I
In another culture is the
names of the guilty parties and
beginning of understanding between
what their penalty will be. So at
nations, according to Peace
present, nobody else knows.
volunteer Miss Renee Smith.
Disciplinary action, however, "
Miss Smith, who recently
returned -
will be taken against these four, x I '
but again Day would not reveal -.4 ,1 TVHN'2,4 from two years in Iran,
the extent ot action. \ said that being exposed to people
from other lands and cultures was
UF Dean of Men Frank Adams
an Invaluable experience In learn-
said there will be no charges filed
In dealing with "all sorts of
against these students by the UF. "
"We feel the action taken by people.
Miss Smith from North Carolina,
FSU officials will be more effective -
k spent her time teaching English In
than any civil or criminal ..
a small rural village for the first
court charges we could bring
year and In the capital city Teheran
against these students," Adams *
a&k .., for the second year.
said. '
.. .
w :
According to Miss Smith, Iran
I'- has two d I.tin c t I ve aspects: the
(Continued On Page 3)) i- modern and the traditional. The
y modern, westernized capital In

.', .'.." .."" sharp contrast with the farming
'- villages where the work Is done
: :; '

: 1P" Choir Presents PremierOf for"much centuries.the same" as It has been

; I.
The change can also be seen
I: 4< Christmas In the status of women, accordingto

CantataThe Mia Smith, who tilled: Irana

"split-personality" country."At .
one time the status of women

Y American premiere of Ralph Vaughn Williams' "Pilgrim's was very low..They were allowedno
Journey," a cantata based on the allegory, "Pilgrim's Progress," Army, AF legal rights. The woman's placewas
by John Bunyan, will open the university choir's annual Christmas In the home. In some villages ,
concert on the UF campus Sunday at 4 p.m. In Florida Gymnasium.The Set Parade today women still wear the traditional .
300-voice choir, accompanied by the university symphony veils," she said.
orchestra, also will sing "The Canticle of Christmas," a cantata Saturday "During the time I was In the
based on the gospel of St. Luke by modern American composer Peace Corpi! women got the right .J
Vittorio Giannini. The Air Force and Army Reserve to vpte and some became representatives -
The afternoon concert, which annually draws a capacity crowd Officer Training units of to Parliament. In Teheran J'
from throughout north central Florida, will be under the directionof the UF will go on review Sat. most women no longer wear
Dr. Elwood Keister of the University's Department of Music. to honor graduating Air F'orce veils, but are dressed In wester-
Williams, who was. unofficially dubbed "composer laureate" of and Army seniors. fixed clothing," Miss Smith said. h
England wrote his first musical setting of passages from Dunyan's More than 3,000 ROTC Miss Smith's term in the Peace

allegory in 1922. During the next 25 years he prepared several works students, bedecked In their stiff, Corps began after her graduation
Mac Melvinassumed from the text and produced a final stage version In 1931, a morality starched uniforms and well- from Blue Mountain College It.
play called "The Pilgrim's Progress." shined boots, will begin the graduation Mississippi, In 1002.Communication. /

... After Williams' death In 1958, the present cantata was prepared parade at 10:30 a.m. between
under the direction of his wife and will receive Its first hearing In The receiving official will be volunteers and the people they were ;
the presidency of Florida the United States Sunday. University Vice President of working with was difficult at first,

Blue Key leadership frat- "To our knowledge, this is the last premiere performance of any Academic Affairs, Robert D. but became easier with time, she
of Williams' work In the United States," Dr. Keister said. "We Mautz, who is also a colonelIn lid.
ernity Tuesday night at
an feel fortunate that we are introducing so great a work here." the Air Force Reserve. According to Mill Smith, her
installation banquet that The audience will be Invited to participate In singing the climax The public Is Invited to the students were very curious about

saw the initiation of 26 of "The Canticle: of Christmas" which ends with a fugue based on parade on the Air Force drill customs and life In America, and
members. the old carol "O Come All Ye Faithful." field adjacent to the football practice although they were hesitant at
new field. first they gradually accepted the

OF TRIMESTER. THAT IS off.volunteers" "when the novelty wore

Miss Smith said mutual benefits
were derived from both sides In
I I helping to break down barriersof

Warriors Mounted For Battle .. .. misunderstanding. ,

Enemies and friends of the ana William N. StoffeL for the Prevention of the Obliteration dlcated they have not gone tar
trimester system are forming Letters by both Clougn and of the Trimester toward setting up formal I It's 7:30 Tonight

opposing campus on the UF Stoffel, objecting to SOTS,appeared System. organizations to preserve the Curtain-time Is 7:30 p.m.
campus. In the Nor. 24 Alli Stoffel said be has no trimester tonight for the Florida Players'
gator. definite plan to improve the Doth said they had received production of "She Stoop to
Enemies of the trimester Clough's letter advocated trimester system. favorable responses from Conquer" Instead of 8 p.m
have formed an organization an organization called "The main reason I wrote about 10 people. as reported In the Alligator
called SOTS, Society for the SOBERS, Society for Organized the fetter,"Stoffel said"wasto Cough said be had talked yesterday. ,
Obliteration of the Trimon- Betterment of the Existing show that dislike of tie trt- to three people who were enthusiastic The S p.m. curtain-time Is

ster System. Ridiculous System. mesUr system Isn't univer about getting for tomorrow night and: Sat.
Now SOTS Is being opposed Stoffel proposed aa organ sal. SOBERS rolUnc.Continued night's performances only.

by UP students Dave dough ization called SPOTS Society Both Clough and Stoffel !.. ( On Pogo 11))


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Page 2, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, Dec. 3, 1964O'Connell

Wells Law Library Replaces

Get NominationsFor Volumes Lost In FireThe

Alumni PrexyFlorida

law library has replaced all books.in the main reading room of ments.
but about three of the volumes the library remained. According 10 Mrs. Taylor, no
Supreme Court Justice Most clubs will honor the top destroyed by a fire which gutted historically valuable volumes were
Stephen C. O'Connell and Orlando 11th destroyed.
grade scholars at the same
the main reading room on Sept.
Attorney Maxwell Wells, Jr. were time they award the scholarshipsto 24, 1962. "We knew from memory where
nominated by the UF Alumni As- the outstanding high school most of the books were "Some of the old Florida jmu.
sociation Executive Council seniors. located and were able to cial reports were lost, but the
"The three that we can't replaceare
Saturday as president-elect candidates determine the loss that way," (Florida) Supreme Court hadextra
out of print, said Mrs. Betty
of the Association for 1965- Another significant item of Taylor, law librarian. said Mrs. Taylor. copies 0 f them," added Mrs.
66. Council business Saturday was a Taylor.
Whoever is elected at the annual report from Alumni Committee
meeting of the Association on Chairman Mrs. Stanley Barchan. Around 10,000 volumes were "Every once in a while after Smoking is still permitted Inthe
March 20, 1965, will be president She outlined her committee's plans replaced from September to Dec- the fire volumes would not be able library, but only on Formica-
for 1966-67, after a year's"train for getting more women active In ember of 1962 by insurance and to be located-and we would realize covered readliur tables.
ing." the Alumni Association. Letters gilt from lawyers around the that they were lost in the fire."
Also at the Executive Council have been sent, she reported,to all state. "Every time light fixture burns
meeting, Loyalty Fund Chairman former Mortar Board members,as "Even now publishing houses out now, we all panic," said Mrs.
Byron Her long, of Leesburg, reported well as a questionnaire to deter- having lists of the original books Taylor.As .
more than $105,000 raised mine what types of women's programs Since the card catalog located that were destroyed and also of
for the 1964-65 Fund.Her long said might be worked through the under the circulation desk, our re-orders for the same books, of July 31, 1964, the law
he anticipates a significant local alumni clubs. was destroyed, no record of the will send us two sets of supple- library contained 73,259 volumes.
Increase in this figure before the -
end of the Loyalty Fund drive in
Local club competition for
scholarships under one of the
Loyalty Fund projects. Coordi-
nated Local Alumni Scholarship EXCLUSIVELY .

Program (CLASP), was extendedto
January 4. Clubs have been In
competition this year for a number

of $250 tuition scholarships under C' 11 j; 4 fti
the CLASP project. The amount of .
funds raised times the percentage .:
of participation will be a factor I! ,:'
.: ?;
in determining how many studentsthe $; : ,
clubs will be able to receive '
? S
the scholarships.The scholarshipsare
for entering students.Forestry .

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CoursesCurricula :1

will be changed and "...'t' 'I .
two new courses added in the
school of forestry next fall, ?" '' '
according to Dr. Kenneth R. Swin- V'-/M
: \
ford, UF forestry professor. : :
j4. ,c'p V. tj1ib
"Next year, out three curricula : :
will be forestry, wildlife science ;,::4' ); ,
and forest products technology.
Currently offered are forest
management, wildlife managementand
forest products technology," .
Swinford said. I r'J
"A course in'recreation and resources -
management and a coursein
forest policy will be added,"
he said. "We are also changingthe 'J \ '
content in several courses
and combining a couple of courses ," "

into These one."changes will help moder- : \ :: :
nize the school, allowing some :

students to become more \ ". .'
specialized and allowing others to '

gain a broader background, said

Swinford. ,\ ,,
Students graduating In the ,."r',,
forestry area will be qualified for I .. ... '\
I .
the Society of American Foresters. '1 .


Insurance Plan Set the tone for a gala season with ;y f:1:

Deadline Set U /

Friday, Dec.11, Is the dead-
line for faculty and staff to
enroll in the new group term
life Insurance plan at the UF. a glamorous evening compact with a
All eligible faculty and staff ,-z
deep-amethyst ornament that looks like
members not presently en- _
rolled received reminder part of the crown jewels. Filled with

cards with their current Monteil's fabulously flattering Superglow
salary checks this week. Six-
ty per cent of those eligiblefor Pressed Powder 6.00 plus tax

the insurance must parti-
cipate In the plan in order for
it to become effective.
Enrollment cards should be

returned to Bonnie J. Croley, p e' out
Insurance Clerk, 109 Tigert

Hall. Wilson's # Cosmetics Shop... Street Floor .



Thursday, Dec. 3, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Ppge 3

Pope Receives Welcome In India

BOMB AYIndlaUPI-Pope Paul former Soviet leaders Nlkita S. tility toward an Ecumenical Coun- it displayed during his visit to the percentage of the population surprised
VI arrived In Bombay yesterday to Khrushchev and Nikolai Bulganin. cil resolution absolving Jews of Holy Land last year. many persons who feared
the thunderous applause of 2.5 mil Pope Paul, 67, left Vatican City total blame for the crucifixion of The enthusiasm with which the opppositlon from the Hindus, Mos-
lion Indians of all religions. The before sunup yesterday and flew Christ. The pontiff appeared to Pope was greeted in this land of lems, Parsees and Sikhs.
enthusiasm of the crowds was so here to attend a Eucharistic Con- take note of this when he thankedthe 450 million persons where Roman Instead, great crowds gathered
great It bordered at times on gress. En route he stopped for Arab world for the enthusiasm Catholics make up only a small at the airport hours before the

pandemonium.It 65 minutes in Beirut, Lebanon, pontiffs plane arrived.The crowds
was the greatest welcome where thousands of Lebanese were so dense they actually spilled
Bombay-or India-had ever seen. surged onto the airport to welcome onto the runways.
It was greater even than the wel- him. I from. UPI The Pope, who arrived as a
comes bestowed in the past on The Beirut visit to refuel his "pilgrim of peace," touched downat
Queen Elizabeth n, former President Air India plane took on added 5:16: p.m., 6:46 a.m. EST, 16
Dwight D. Eisenhower and significance because of Arab hos- minutes behind schedule. His

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1- Ij 15 Duval Schools the longest trip ever made by a
reigning pontiff. And it was the
j Don Worry FansRingo ij first time in the church's 2,000-
year history a Pope has visited
! Lose AccreditationLOUISVILLE the East.

I Starr Okay i Ky.(UPI) -The The Duval County schoolsrdes-

Southern Association of Collegesand pite their vigorous appeals from
:::' LONDONUPI-Rlngo( Starr of the Beatles had his tonsils ::::: Schools yesterday granted regional the recommendations of the Florida
::: removed in a successful operation yesterday while thousands :::. accreditation to 135 committee, were dropped for
:::: of girl fans in Britain, the United States and other countries :::: Southern high schools but dropped serious financial deficiencies and
:::: tearfully telephoned for the latest.news. :::: 19 others from the rolls of accredited lack of public fiscal support.The ( From Page 1))
::i A special "Ringo news service" phone number established schools.Of association moved from its

:::: for the occasion was Jammed from 8 a.m. when the operation :::: the 19 dropped, 15 were in approved list to full accreditation
:::: started, into the night. Many of the calls came from abroad. :::: Jacksonville and surroundingDuval 117 predominantly Negro high "The only charge that couldbe
:: The fans heard a taped message from Anne Collingham, 19, :::: County as, the association's schools in its 11-state region. brought against these studentsis
:::: one of the Beatle fan club secretaries: :::: delegate assembly confirmed recommendations The delegate assembly also one of disorderly conduct,"said
:: :: voted to increase the minimum average UF Police Chief Audio I. Schuler.
:; "Good morning and good news. I have Just talked to Ringo's :: of its state
::::: personal physician, Dr. Norman Cowan, and the operation to :::: committee and review salary for an accredited high "They didn't destroy state proper
;::: remove Ringo's tonsils is over. It was entirely satisfactory and :::: groups. school faculty from $4,000 to ty."
:::: there were no complications at all." :: The other four high schools $4,500 a year, effective next Sept. FSU officials said they do not
;::: Although the reassuring news was broadcast by the BBC, the :::: losing accreditation were Whites- The following Florida high and know who painted FSU signs on
'::: calls continued to swamp the hospital switchboard as well as ::: burg High in Letcher County, Ky., junior high schools were added to almost all of the sorority houses,
;::: the special Ringo number and the switchboard of the office of :j: Waverly Central High and Columbia the accredited list: the Main Library, the main
11i the Beatles' management. :j: Central High in Tennesseeand Cocoa Beach High; Daytona entrance to the University, and
Farmersvllle High in Texas. Beach Father Lopez; Eau Gallle Peabody Hall."There .

. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::Jj The first three were dropped for High; Fort Lauderdale Northeastand is nothing to suggest
violating the requirement that the Sunrise Junior; Fort Walton that the four students who painted
administrative head of a systemor Pryor Junior; Malone High; Miami Albert also painted the sorority
a school hold a graduate degree LaSalle; New Port Richie Gulf; houses the noght before," Dean
wonderful from an approved Institution.The Pensacola Brentwood Junior, Day said. "We haven't any leads
worm Texas school was held in Ferry Pass Junior and Wedgewood, on who did this."
violation of a requirement that a Tallahassee Augusta RAA Junior, Dean Day said FSU would be
school administrative head receivea Elizabeth Cobb Junior, Griffin Ju- responsible for the damage incurred -
so luxurious! salary higher than that of any nior, Nlms Junior and Rlckards on campus and by the sorority -
00 other faculty member. Junior. houses.

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4, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, Dec. 3, 1964OPI.NI@N

"Well, they said they would offer us the moon. "



i Eilili 1;; ;ili i; i$1 :;:;:: lll ; il i l j : 1 j a _

Board Does WellMany k ; a

of us expect the moon from our .7 4y

organizations, clubs and committees on :lorida UnJo 1

campus. present?

Although limited in funds, some organi-

zations proceed to try and give us a sliceof

that moon.

.1 The Florida Union Board of Student

Activities is one such campus organization.

Financially supported through student

activity fees, and with so many other

activities getting a slice of the pie, the

Board is apparently able to carry on the

good program that it does only through

careful management.Under 'Ideals..Lighthouse In Seas' I

the leadership of Sandy Scales ,

president, the Board is one organizationthat

seems to try to do something for WILLIAM G. CROSS meeting the needs of men for a better education,
acquired through fraternity experience."No .
everybody.Most Advisor To Fraternities
other organization combines more effectively -
of the events scheduled by the PART III' the three major means on which our
societal hopes for the better man rest--family,
Board are free to the students, with ones (EDITOR'S NOTE: Today The Alligator
church, and school. All three are a part of the
that cost beyond the only becauseof continues its printing of a series of articleson
budget' organization of every fraternity,an integral part
UF's fraternity advisor's view of fraternities
their quality. with William G. Cross quoting the of most.

Some of the things that the Board gives Executive Director of Sigma Nu, Richard
. "Now let's examine some of the differences
" us the opportunity to participate in and between Fraternity and Club. You become a
C member of a fraternity you Join a Club. Your
dance lessons
enjoy are guest speakers, "Our real business, that of Fraternity, has membership is for life in a Fraterity; tot is
international suppers international been given such slight consideration by so many long as you like and pay your, dues in a Club.
speakers, Gator Gras dances international chapters on so many campuses for so long that A Fraternity proposes to give Its members a
feel that it be
pessimists can never better education
whereas a Club promises its
host program sports tournaments, fine art re-established. I disagree, sharply. Idealsare members the social program they want. When

exhibits, concerts movies and the Camp the basis' of true fraternity. They are you resign from a club perhaps a few friends
constants, lighthouses In seas of change. It is will miss you--but the Membership Committee
Wauburg Playday. to them that return when lost
we or confused, will look around for somebody to take your
officers were installedfor and It Is to them that we must return now:, beforeIt
Last night, new place. You never leave a real Fraternity, not
Is too late. The operation Is survival and
McCollum who was even In death.
the year. To Bill the road to survival is marked by ideals,

installed as president, (and who has donea fraternalism. It's a long, uphill climb but the "In a true Fraternity members genuinely care
view on the upper slopes Is rewarding beyond about each other. It they really care,they assist
very good job as chairman of their belief and the feet of the resolute today will each other In obtaining that better education

Forums Committee) ; and to the rest of wear the path into a broad highway to be trod we've been talking about. They care enoughto
by countless thousands in the years to come. try to keep each man...and measure their
the new officers, extend congratulationsand "But what Is true fraternalism? Each must achievement in terms of the percentage of men
good luck. evolve an answer for himself. The best answers pledged who earn initiation and the percentageof
develop from pledge education notpledge men Initiated who are graduated, as well as
Scales and
To out-going president Sandy
training--In rational, intellectual examinatloi the percentage of graduates who, busy serving
her helpers, we present a bouquet of well- of abstractions, Ideals, Ideas rather than li society effectively In positions of responsibility
dones. performance of household chores or what critics still find time to express their life-time commit-
label as the "traditional hoop-la" of college ment to their Fraternity In terms appropirate
fraternities. So fraternities must be useful by to their circumstances.

The Florida

ALLIGATOR 1.1i1j..j. Letters ::.X-x-xxxx.:.:..:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:...:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:..:.:..*..>.xx.:.:...:...:.*::::.

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On Food ServiceEDITOR

Editor ............. ........... ..... ...... .. ..Walker Lundy United Fund Drive
Managing' Editor .. ..... .........................Joel Gaston
Assistant: : Managing Editor ....................Nancy Brachey t!jt! :
Assistant: Managing Editor ................ .Dave Berkowltz
Editorial Page Editor .... .......... ... .. ........Ed Barber EDITOR: I would like to inquire about the "quality"of
Sports Page Editor ....... ....................Bruce Dudley the Food Service food. I am not a con-
City Editor .. ...... ... .. .11.11...II... .II..... .SklpHavtser With the campus United Fund Drive noisseur, but when food looks and tastes bad,
Campus Living Editor .......................Donita MatMson complete, I should like to convey to the entire now sven I can tell. When my opinion is verifiedby

faculty and staff my appreciation and that of the other then there is no doubt In my mind.
Editorial Assistant--Jim Castello. Ann Carter.Don Federman. Gainesville United Fund Organization for the The food Is bad.
Tova Levine, Ernie LIU (Circulation Manager). Stan Kulp (Cartoonist generous support given this community driveon I understand that during an Investigation of
), Ron Spencer. Gary Swallow. Steve Vaughn. the campus. the Food Service last year It was proven

Contributions by the University employeesthis that quality food Is purchased.I .
Patti Pitz (Student Government Beat Chief) Joe
Reporters: year exceeded also cooked
$32,000 with $24,000con- understand that food needs to be
Kollin, Bob Golub, Joe Waldorf. Sharon Kelley. Yvette Cardoro. tributed In the University Division and $8,431 correctly in order for It to retain Its nutrient
Frank Shepard Lee ,Alexander Agnes Fowles. The 1 ma Mossman,
at the Health Center. These totals exceed any value which we as students need In order tp
Marjorie Green, Evan Lanc ln. David Kennedy. Ten Rogers.
previous United Fund collections on our campus remain physically capable of surviving the tri-
Susie Halback Jeffrey Denkewalter, Dick Dennis. Beverly Faber. and express greatly the concern of the University monster.
Dick Schneider, Greg Seltz, Sue Dobble. Lorraine Vlscardl, Ami for the welfare of the community of 'which we If both of these factors are true, then when
Sapersteln, Maureen Collins, Anne Gartrell, Kathy Walker, are a part. Particular credit Is due the nearly the food looks and tastes so bad that one
Barbara Lltt, Eunice I. Tall. Glenn Laney. 200 employees who assisted hesitates
by serving as to eat It,what In the world has happenedto
captains and solicitors In the drive. Without the quality of the food which Is presented to
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaperof their It
help would
11 have been Impossible tc students for
of Florida and Is published five times weeklyexcept
the University achieve the record set this year. One other question 15
during May, June and July when It Is published semi- which Is perplexing
Food Service Comparing
weekly. Only editorials represent the official opinion of The a profit organization?
George it to -
W. Corrick off organizations
Alligator. Columns represent only the opinions of their authors. campus profit-making
Chairman, I
Campus ,
assume It Is.
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:|.:..::.:|:.:: Alpha Epsilon Pi. Obstetrics Seminars tm:::: IIIIIIII FAMOUS

::;::::1:*::; The election of new officers Dr. Paul Bruns, professor ::::::::
:::::: for the Winter trimester of obstetrics and gynecology ::::::::
:1:1:1|::|::|::| for Alpha Epsilon Pi are: at the University of Colorado, :::::: fGIFTS
:::::::::::::: master, Don Perlyn;vice pre- is a visiting professor in the :::::::: FOR!
;ffi:;:;:;: sident, Richard Greene; UF College of Medicine this ::1:1:1:1:::
:::|::J;:|:: recording scribe, Allan Pel- month. ::::::::
;::;:;::;:;:: ler; exchequer, Larry Broder; He is teaching in the Depart :::::::: I I
:|;::|;x:::|:: members at large, Ed ment of Obstetrics and Gyne- :::::::: !
|::|;:j 11;:|:: Donnerstein; pledgemaster, cology. ::::::::
:;:;:;::: Phil Freiden; corresponding Dr. Bruns, who is known :::::: GOLFERS! :
;:;::::;::!:; scribe, Dennis Winters; sentinel for his research on water ::::::::
8::::;$;;: Pete Weiland and Historian transfer mechanisms across ::::::::

:1|.:|:.1:1|.:| Barry Epstein. the placenta, conducting :::::::: .
::::: seminars for College of Medicine :;::::::::
jjj 11|1 1 i: Christmas Party students, members of the :::::;::
house staff of the University ;:::::::
!mmj: :: Kappa Sigma fraternity and Hospital and visiting physi ::::::::
:I::*;:::;: Alpha Delta Pi sorority will clans. His studies are con- ;:::::;:
:11111:|:( be host to 40 underprivileged cerned with the mysteries of ::::::::
:::#:::: children of Gainesville at the water regulation during the ::::::::
;::::;::;:::: annual Christmas party Satur- normal growth and develop ::::::::
:g:::;;:: day. ::::
ment of a baby in a mother'suterus. :::::
:$:; :::: The kids will be treated ::::::::
::1::;:::::: to refreshments and a visit :::::::: -.--_.. .. -
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!1 1 Philosophy Colloquium I
jj::|:|: Pi Sigma Epsilon The department of ::::::::
:::::: philosophy will sponsor a fa:1::1:;:::1 : :' : ::Ia'm0114 Hpodou !
:::: PI i
:::: Epsilon newly culty colloquium during 1964- ::: ::: 0
:::j::|::|: elected officers include: president 65. The third meeting will be :::::::: At
:::;;:;::::: John Bowen;vice-pre- held tomorrow night at 8 in :::::::: i _
::::::$::: sident, Kyle Quattlebaum; Toom 104, Anderson Hall. :::::::: j DAVE HILL"
:jljljSj1::::::; secretary, Dan Johnson;trea- Dr. Richard McCleary will ;:::::::
::::::::::;: surer, Dhcuk Diveto and publicity -
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present a paper entitled "Ex- ;::: I .
: chairman, Norman
periencing and the Creation ::::::::
;::::;:; Kerne GOLF SETS
:?:::::: r.IvX of Meaning.' The meeting is ::::1::::
i!!i; open to faculty and graduate ::::::::::

.|..|. Phi Delta Kappa students. :.:.:.:.:.:.:.:. I
:::::;: Beta Xi chapter of Phi Delta !
::;::::::;::: Kappa will hold its December II1I i 2997 :,
:;;::::;::::: meeting at 11:45 a.m. tomor- Presbyterian Center
;|:::;::|;:::| row in the Florida Room Annex ::::
:::::::::::::: of Norman Hall. Members and "The Christmas Story in :::::::: ;!- .
:::: Art" will be presented by :::::::: I
:::::::: guests are invited to hear I \ .
Jack Funkhouser, humanities :::;:::;:: otItt.1s :. COMP. VALUE 39.95
:::::;:::::::: Dr. Peter Oliva speak on'The .
|1:ii|:::1:1::|:: Role of the School In Inter- professor, at the Presbyterian ::::::::: ; s"f'
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University Center, Sun- -
::::::;$::: national Education." rl
.&...&.' day night at 6:30.Funkhouser :::::::: l 2 woods, Nos. 1&3
will show color :::: I
:::::|;:: Phi Sigma Society f 5 irons Nos.
slides of art masterpieces ;::::::: 3,5,7,9
:::1:11:1::;::: Phi Sigma, honorary bloloj f
which depict the nativity story. ::1:1:1:1::: : & putter
:|::|;:j:::; gical society, will sponsor a All are Invited to attend. :::::::: -
:::|:Si:::;: lecture by Dr. Brian McNab, :...:.:..::..:...::. I Astrolon head woods
:$::::::: assistant I
: : professor of biology : t 0 Chrome-plato flox shaftsI
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::$;::$: at 7:45 p.m. tonight In
:::;::;:::::: Room 204, McCarty Hall. Dr.McNab's 1 1J I :: : \ r
:$::::;:::;:: topic will be; Student FEA I
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:::;:;::: "Homeothermy vs. Poikl-
::::::;:::; lothermy: A Study InBioener- The student FEA!: Is spon- 1:1:1:1:::: = ::2rs d
:;::::::::; getics." soring a panel discussion on ::;:::::. _
|::x;;;:i Phi Sigma members should "What the Professors Don't :::;:::: -: _

:::;::::::! attend a business meeting at Say About Internship" tonightat i:1:;:::
in Room 43 of f.:::::::: = E-
.::.:.$::1.: 7 p.m., Room 204 McCarty. 7:30 p.m. :-a -
:::: Norman Hall.Faculty ::1:::1:
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Broward-Tolbert Dance i 1i L ()

1 1 11 Take the night out for that : SeminarThe ::::::::

;::::::: last fling of the trimester college of business ad- i::::
:::::::; before finals at the Tolbert-
is (:::
ministration sponsoring a :
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: ;: Broward dance
Friday night ::::
Faculty Seminar today at 3:40 ::::
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:;:: from 8-12 In the Broward
in Room 18, Matherly ;:::::::
p.m. ....
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::1:1:1::: Rec room. CIecfricI Ca4
Automatic c//I
II all. :::::::: FAMOUS WILSON tc'
:::;: Donation is 25 cents and
::; Thomas R. Beard will speak ::::::::
1::i:1::: will be given to needy fa ml- on "Debt, Management and :::::::: PUTTING RANGE Crest Woods GOLF CART
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Monetary Policy. ........... ...Jl 477
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Comp. Vat 5.95 Comp. Vol. $14

I Automatically returns balls I Handle rolui, lowers
3WoodSetl9 84
Project May Mean Combine fun & procflceMcGREGOR .. C Holds any shape bag

More Summer Jo bsStudent

Government (SG) Is by SG' Employment Service under
working on a project to get Jobs the direction: of Mike Malaghan.
for 1,000 or more students at Under Secretary: of Labor. Some LII'- : ,
the World's Fair next summer. applications have already been
This year arrangements were submitted and will be held for LEATHER 1l1f"'IJt/ Wilton QualltulGOLF
made with the Brass Rail Organization priority processing. No more
and 450 applicants wentto applications will be accepted: until HEAD COVERS GOLF UMIRELLA lAG
New York. SG was only able January 12. Applications should
to start World's Fair negotiations be made at the SG Employment 5ETA 4.87 9.87
In February last year, and this yearIt Office, Room 309 Florida Union. OF 4 T .
has gotten off to an early start. For further Information students Comp. Val. 6.97 Co.np.Vc12.97

One hundred-sixty letters are should call the SG EmploymentOffice For Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4 10 rib frames, steel shafts Automatic folding
being sent to prospective employers (ext. 254*) or contact Jennifer e Also 1, 3, 4 J3.37 Alternating color panels e Fabric & Vinyl trim
this week, and applicants will Dennis (ph 2-0381) or Joel I
be able to be processed about Montgomery (ph 29460)-CO- IT' ,
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stands behind its reputation many years of furnishing
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WATCH JEWElRY t "' Would like a dream of a color
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HAND AND MACHINE ENGRAVING( A,GN,,,C CEp television set? You can turn that ..
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II I ,. the Health Center, extension 5107.

I.: CIIANNING ...A handsome. reliable watch' for (he man on I Imperial I in Division s ofFurniture f ,r .
i the P go. Waterproof sh uck-resistant, 17-Llfetlme Jewel+ V Y
I movement keeps' time with precise: accuracy( (Guaranteed l j""
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f I the forthright manner r men ;appreciate., Stainless steel back.. ; Sample House _m"" '.:'.' ,. ; ,>;. '
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I For Sale I."- I For Rent I I WantedWOULD I LOST black Phone ring.:crest.372-9166.Reward.Class Initials Ring.Sandra(L-64-lt-p R.Initial, 134 G. )Yulee.insideof .L on I PersonalCOOPERATIVE I

1962 DUCATI Motorcycle for sale. MODERN Split-level apartment for LIKE to buy a set of LOST: Black straw pocketbook.Lost Living Organi-
Excellent condition expert care. two persons 'available for 2nd bunk beds or trade a double bed. at Rawlings or Graham Area. zation, accepting applicants for the
Am buying a car MUST SELL trimester, has full kitchen with Also want two end drum tables. Need identification. Phone FR 6- Winter Trimester.Room and board
NOW. $190.00 practical washing machine, air-conditioned, Call 372-5269. (C-64-3t-c). 3751. (L-64-2t-c). $55 per month or $220 per
transportation. Call 2-9303, close to campus. Call FR 82185or trimester. 117 NW 15th St. Call
George Sims after 5 p.m. (A- come by Apt. 41, 1824 NW 3rd MALE ROOMMATE wanted to 372-9616 ask for Roger Johnson.
04.1 t-p). PI. (B-64-3t-p). share apartment. FR 2-3748.(C- (J-63-5t-c).
64-31-c). t[ ServicesSHIRTS j
NICE QUIET ROOM in private

1956 MARLETTE 36x8 Mobile home for boys. Single $30, double OVER 21 male to share a modern DRY CLEAN 8 lbs. $1.50. Thisis

home. 2 bedroom.$1500.Call Univ. $45 per month. One available 2 bedroom trailer. Approximately and blouses ironed in approx. 10 articles of clothing.
Ext. 2211 before 5 p.m. and ask December 12th the other December18th. 3 miles south of the University, Call my GATOR GROOMER Coin Laundrynext
105 NW 7th Call home. Cash carry.
Terr. Phone 372-
semi-private location.
for Bonnie or Pinehurst Trailer to University Post Office.
FR 2-0809. (B-64-5t-p). 4380. (C-63-2t-c). 372-4536. (M-63-3t-c)
Park, Lot 60 after 5 and weekends. (J-53-tf-c).
split-level 3 room apartment with share apartment at Colonial Manor PORTRAITS, COPIES, PROJECT
Brand New GIBSON TB-100 Tenor all kitchen appliances including starting January 1. Call Sherry PHOTOS at reasonable prices, Chanukah dinner, Sunday nightat
Banjo. MUST SELL. Call 29200or washer for 3 students. Call 378- 6-9282 evenings. (C-62-3t-p). quick service. SNEERINGER the Hillel Foundation for only
see at 240 R Fletcher. (A-64- 1693, 1824 NW 3rd PI, Apartment PHOTOGRAPHY, 1013 W. Univ. $1.50. Make your reservations now
2t-c). B-64-5t-c). FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted to Ave. (M-62-3t-c).
by calling 372-2900. Come one,
share nlrr idroom
apartmentnear come all, we'll have a ball! (J- I
JANUARY TRIMESTER all units r Reasonable rates. j
1964 HONDA 250cc. $550 or best general area main library Univ. Call t \C .62-tf-c). EXPERT TYPING Done In my
offer. Call 6-3758. Good condition. post office. Meets requirementsfor home. Will pick up and deliver.
(A-64-2t-p). complete living,classes,quiet. 376-8586. (M-61-5t-c). SPORTSMEN'SCYCLE
Refrigerators, no kitchens.
TV > GIRLS needed to share large CENTER
MOBILE HOME 10x55. Aluminum Utilities included. Rate $122.50and
awning 45'. 2 bedroom front $110. 2 persons to unit, 3 bedroom house. Rent $35 per 617 N. Main St.
kitchen, Cathedral ceiling. trimester rate. Phone 6-6494. (B- person per month. Call Nancy or I Real EstateFOR I SUZUKISales
Excellent condition. Equity and 63-5t-c). Sue after 5:30 p.m. at 6-8961.
1499 SW 18th Pl. (C-64-3t-c). & Service
take up $50 a month payments.
Phone FR 2-1328 or 2-8876. (A- WELL HEATED room In private
64-3t-c). home available to mature male SALE BY OWNER moving to STARTS TOMORROW
student at the end of this tri- Tampa, exceptional 4 bedroom 2 GAINESVILLE BSE?
VIKING 4 track, stereo tape deck. mester. Linen and maid service. I Lost & Found. I bath home, new electric kitchen.
Model 7 6 compact. Slightly used. Private entrance. Off-street park- Over 60' storage space. Separate ANNMARGRET'SMORE
$175. Call Univ. ext. 2832 between Ing. 805 NE 4th Terr. Call FR work shop. Tree shaded patio.
8 and 5. (A-64-tf-nc). 6-5360. (B-36-5t-c). Washer & dryer Included. John SIZZLING
LOST: Brown plastic briefcase, Dillon, 225 N. W. 26th Street. THAN EVER
1956 ELCAR MOBILE homee with FURNISHED air conditioned in the area of N.W. 16th St. and 372-7658. (1-62-5t-c).
9 x 18 Cabana, super modifiedfor apartment. Need car.Five minutes Long's Cafeteria on December 1st. BEFORE.IN"KITTEN!
Contains very valuable research FOR SALE BY OWNER LEAVING
collegiate living. Perfect for from campus. $90 a month.PrairieView WITHA
papers. Large cash reward to AREA: Furnished duplex, leased
one or two students. 5 minutes Apartments, Apartment 5.
from campus in quiet, perfect for Call 6-5024. (B-63-3t-p). finder. Mall to Box 12507 Univ. with Income of $185. P.I.T.I.$117.
study surroundings. Must sell now Station or call 6-8105 or 6-2733. Price $15,800 good terms. To see
- Available January 1st.Payments ATTRACTIVE ROOM WITH (L-64-3t-c). call 3727658. (I-62-5t-c).

much lower than rent. Call 376- entrance and kitchen
private .. ............... WHIP"x
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2688 before 5:30. (A-63-tf-c). privileges.needs quiet Ideal place for to student study. Call who ::::::: :::::::::::: :: : : : ::: ;:: : : : :

3 PIECE BEDROOM suite, light 372-7883. 3715 N. W. 7th Place. III' ; :

double wood, bed formica, box springs top. Bookcase and (B-62-tf-c). THE ACADEMY AWARD WINNER I rlS

mattress, double dresser with ::::::: ::::::::
mirror and chest. Good condition. ::::::: 1 BFoERSI"N 'A ::::::::.
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$70. Call 6-2029 after 5:30 p.m. I Help WantedSTUDENT I :.:::.:.: 3 BIACJCDffiKWS FILM :.:.:.:.:

(A-63-3t-c). .:'::.:.::: 5 OF THE :"::.::.::.::.
:::.::;: 7 YEAR ::::::::',
G. E. REFRIGERATOR, excellent :
condition, $25. Anodized T.V. to live on premisesand ::::::: 9 ::::::::
antenna, 3 channel reception, $15. work full-time during ::::::: ::::::::'
Argus slide projector, $15. Call Christmas vacation and spare- ::::::: WBMCR or CUXD niiW \ EAmlUC&lOI '.:.:.::
372-7322 after 6 p.m.on weekdays. time afterwards. Room rent to :::::::::: -- CADIS ; FESitlfl13tU '='=':::
(A-63-3t-c). constitute partial payment. For ;

more information phone FR 6- W................... c. ...............................................................d ...
BATH (E- 2-tf-c). :::: ':' ':' : ':::::: "'": :: :::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::: .. :::
3 BEDROOM 2 2 year old ...., ... 'f. .... .. ... ........ ............
built-in ..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:. :A' :.':.. .:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:".:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:
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Plenty of room. $500 down and
assume $75 per month payments.
H41 NW 55th Terr. Call 6-4323. CONFIDENTIALWHY


Sweater Suit, Size 38 top, 12 skirt.
1 1ti
Must sell before Christmas. Bob

Keyserling, Box 13392 University .
Station. (A-61-5t-p).

CABANA 16x9 enclosed, 9x12
roofed patio with 4x4 closet, rug,
space heater and curtains. Cheap
$300.00. On nice shady lot.Ralley's
Trailer Park. 3301 Rocky Pt. Rd. L
James Arnold. (A-60-5t-p).

IDEAL HOME for University and 11.FIRST 11.r

Medical Center personnel. Lovely I
location 5 min from Univ. 3 s
bedroom, :2 bath with large living
space. FHA financing. Call FR FOOTBALL HIGHLIGHTS OF 1964
6-4097. (A-55-20t-c). .;
Including The Ftghtin' Gators I.

'62 SKYLINE 46x10, 2 BDR. Vs. The Nations No. 1 Team ,,,
Trailer for sale. Air conditioned.
Very nice. Phone Hickory Hill Gainesville Drive-In

Trailer Park, 376-3694, after 5:30 STARTS TOMORROW
p.m. (A-57-tf-c).



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FOR SALE a 1953 FORD. $160. MUST SELL NOW 1962 Chev. SS.Conv. Gi-
Call 372-7226. (G-64-3t-c). 327 engine posltractlon- .

bucket seats power glide on .
OLDSMOBILE 4-door hardtop, floor r & h new rubber27000
1959. Air conditioned; PB; PS; actual miles Can trade and
ORSCHE OWNERS -UNITE! Join AT; Excellent condition. Original finance. Call 376-2688 before 5:30 Cancel your "pressing elements1' !
sat a fish fry on Sunday, Owner; $5,000 new. $1300 or best (G-63-tf-c).
ecember 6th at Cedar Key. For offer. FR 2-9669. (G-64-2t-c).
further information call 6-4836. FaraPr
3-62-tf-nc). TRIUMPH TR-3,1958.1961 engine, 5SN
excellent condition. See at 1014
1964 VOLKSWAGEN, red sedan.
1957 DODGE Custom Royal two- NW llth Ave., call 372-4682. This car has only been driven
Jtone blue, 4-dr. sedan, power 64-2t-c). 8300 miles and Is like new. Only
[steering. Must sell immediately. $1450 for quick sale. 376-9964. W
[$395. Car at 1415 NW 3rd Ave. 1962 AUSTIN-HEALEY, 3000 MarkII. (G-63-3t-p).
|Call 376-1567 after 5 p.m. (G- 4 seater, fully equipped. Call sth
|62-4t-c). Bob Swan at FR 2-9363 or see
at the PKA House. Will consider
1964 FIAT 4-door sedan in trade. (G-64-5t-c). MUST SELL1956 MGA.Excellent
excellent condition with only 8,000 condition just painted. Radio,
miles. $250 equity and take over 1960 PLYMOUTH, 4 door, 6 heater spoke-wheels, WW. Call
balance of $750. May be seen at cylinder. Low mileage. Real 372-5942 after 3 o'clock. 111 SW
104 SW 8th Street after 5 p.m. clean. Only $595. Call FR 2-3251 10th S tree G-63-5t-c). Never Need Ironing
(G-54-tf-nc). after 6 p.m. (G-64-5t-c).

1962 OLDSMOBILE F85, 26000
miles, radio and heater new tires.
Take over payments and the car "
Is yours.Call 372-4896 after 5 p.m.
(G-63-3t-p). "T'' ironing while

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Page 10, The Florida Alligator Thursday, Dec. 3, 19641lousing

Expert Opens ConferenceThere

too fast ahead of the aspira-
is no miraculous ization of American States at Inter-American Housing and that housing is not a problemof
tions and cultural developmentsof
"housing penicillin" to cure the Bogota, Colombia spoke on Planning Center are now in influential walls and roofs, but rathera the people, the results will
ills of human physical envir- "Housing in the Caribbean" to technical or policy- problem of people, Currie
be disastrous, as well as eco-
onment, housing expert LeonardJ. delegates convened for the four- making positions in their national pointed out."Housing. nomically wasteful, the
Currie said at last night's day series of round table discussions housing agencies and on improvement must educator asserted.
opening session of the UF's and meetings here. the faculties of universities so come, step by step, as partof
"We in North America have
15th annual Caribbean Confer- Currie is now dean of the Col- that they can begin to shape anevendevelopment..as partof
several reasons to be vitally
ernce. lege of Architecture at the University national housing plans and pro- the gradual educational, concerned with the economic
Currie, a former director of of'illinois' Chicago grams along realistic lines. social and economic advance-
development and the raising of
the Inter-American Housing and branch. The more we study housing, ment of a people. If an attemptis
standards in Latin America
Planning Center of the Organ- Currie said graduates of the the more it becomes evident made to advance too far and living -
," Currie continued.

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I Young Republicans Try To End Split 44 while Do your you laundry shop

iAs the National Republican party' been invited to the unity meetings, the State Executive Committee National Commjtteeman and
licks its wounds and tries to close Miss Botwright said. whom he had removed for Committeewoman
the gap in party thinking, the At the quarterly board meetingof "political reasons," Miss M
Florida Federation of Young the Florida Young Republicans, Botwrlght said. -
Republicans is doing its share to sponsored by Rollins College in These members Included U.S. UF students attending the board f.... .o.
breach the split by sponsoringthree Winter Park, it was also Congressmen William C. (Bill) meeting were: Rita Traver, UF --Every 10th loa FR
unity meetings for Florida announced that the February board Cramer, the Florida senior party Y.R. president; Charles Wilson, KOIN KLEEN
Republicans. meeting will be held In committeeman, the president of treasurer; Lydia Pfeiffer,
According to Nancy Lee Jacksonville, the state May the Florida Federation of Repub- secretary; Nancy Botwright, 704 W. Univ. Ave.
Botwright, publicity chairman of Biennial Convention, in lican Women, president of the publicity chairman; Idelle Blen;
the UF Young Republican Club, Clearwater Beach, and the National Florida Y.R.'s and the Y. R. and Earl M. Barker.
the first unity meeting is scheduledfor Young Republican Biennial
January In Orlando, the second Convention, in Miami next July.
before April. The F.F.Y.R. recommended that b
All Republican off Ice holders and State GOP Executive Chairman
party officials from Florida as Tom Fairfield Brown of Tampa
well as any interested people have reinstate ex-offlcio members of

Coeds May Get r Ti

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girls who want to live in the dorms next trimester and have
been turned down because of 'ack of space might get in after returning
from Christmas. e r
Mrs. Alice R. Morgan, administrative assistant of the UF housing
department, said contract payment is due Dec.4 and that many girls will
break their contracts at this time. /

f "We will know soon after that how many spaces will be available,
but as of now there are no spaces," Mrs. Morgan said.
These overcrowded conditions have been a big problem and due to ...
the lack of space many girls were turned down If they did not apply by TI

the latter part of October, Mrs. Morgan said. & d -
Because of this problem, new dorms will be built for the girls in
the next two or three years she added. ,
Graham said the female population is growing at the rate of 55.6>> '
per cent whereas the male population Is proceeding at 18.3 per cent
per year.
Because of this rate, room is still available in the men's dorms for r w --. ,
new students wishing to live on campus.
.. '
Those students having contracts have priority and then freshmen are .t t z
considered. Mrs. Morgan stressed the fact that upper classmen trans- :
ferlng from other schools are considered last of all.
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Alligator, Page
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M r Set m t I Freeman Appointed

I New Program 11 I To U.R.A. Position

r. ::
::$ "Operation Brainpower," a UF Alumni
Association :::
:':':':' for recruiting outstanding high school scholars for program th? UF, ::::: As 'Campus Life'
:::::::: has begun on a limited basis.
ifffri;; A "pilot program" is being initiated in six counties--Duval, 1:::

:::::::: Alachua, Broward, Plnellas, Orange, Volusla and- Escambla ;:::::: Conference
:::::::: This initial step in "Operation Brainpower" was approved ::::: ChairmanBob

i:::: last Saturday by the UF Alumni Association Executive Council ::::
':: :
: : at its annual fall meeting.
:::: Mounts, President of the University Religious
: ::: Association
::: In the pilot counties, alumni "Brainpower" ::::::
: chairmen and : announced the appointment of Tom Freeman as Chairman of the U.F.
:;: committees will be appointed to maintain contact ::::: W "Campus Life" Conference
: : with UF : yesterday. Freeman Is a senior in law
: representative Dr. George Wolff, who will visit the counties ::::::: school and currently Is serving as Vice Chancellor of the Honor Court

:::: as soon as possible. and President of Delta Theta Phi legal fraternity.The .
:::: Dr. Wolff will Interview top eleventh grade students and ::::::: U.F. "Campus Life" Conference will be held Feb. 26 and 27
11 i1 1 supply the local alumni with names of wanted scholars. The 1 1 1 at the university Faculty Club

:::::::: alumni groups will keep in touch with the students and Dr. :::: and will feature prominent campus
:::: WarriorsContinued
:::::::: Wolff.
ji jiIt academic and religious leaders as
is hoped that students selected through "Operation Brain. :::::::: speakers. The conference Is
::1:1::1 power" will make appropriate entry to the university. ::1:1::: planned to Initiate a self-study ( from Page I) .-..
: Dr. Wolff will serve as counselor for the students analysis 0 f religious
until campus
:::::1::: they enter the upper division college. ':::1j: organizations and their relation- Both said there wouldn't be much
::: The implementation of the "Brainpower" program is the :::::::: ship to students and modern done about their ideas until the
::::1:: result of a two-year study of the problem of outstanding ::::%::::: campus life.Mounts next trimester starts.
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:::::: students going to other schools. jjj::::: FREEMA said"The U.R.A.cabinet Stoffel said he would not be able

jI ft"x<15X;<<<;<;bxx;<'X<':* 1m:111; :;;; 111111;;;;;;11i111111; 1 111 1111 1 111111111111;1;111; 11; 1i ;i ;i;j1 felt necessary that such.to evaluate a conference communication was- to would organize Join such SPOTS an organization himself, but If

70% Misrepresentation problems and begin a concen- it already existed and might think
trated study of the modern realities about Joining SOBERS.
of campus life." SOTS, however, has received
With the faculty support of Dr. permission to organize from the

Cub Writers WrongAdministrators Harry Philpott, UF vice president, university and already has about
and Dr. Richard liters, Professorof 70 members at UF.

Religion, It will be the purposeof Furthermore, SOTS has already

and faculty Stanley added that, because reporters to submit- copies of their the conference committee to begun to publicize what It says
members are becoming Increas- plan, organize and coordinate the are faults of the trimester and Is
some news stories have been "In- stories to him, but received no
ingly wary of providing informationto accurate as to fact and Informa- compliance. two-day meeting."We plan to learn planning to coordinate anti-

student news reporters as a result tion misquoted," he hesitates to Graham apologized for not being more about organizational con- trimester activity In all the state's

of reporter misrepresentation give information to students able to provide Information for a cepts and to measure our religious universities.

according to Dean D.K. Stan- practicing news writing. news story, blaming his hesitancyon status in the changing academic dough and Stoffel both said
ley, Dean of the College of Phy- Stanley said one of the major the poor results of past re- world," Mounts added. they think SOTS is negative and
sical Education and Health. Other members of the Committee -
problems concerning news porting. destructive, wanting to do away
"In past years, stories have reporting on the campus is that Include George Blaha, with the trimester, yet proposing
appeared in The Alligator that students "are not identified as Robert M. Lee, assistant to Roselynne Meyer, Sherry Allen, nothing to replace it.
were Inaccurate as reported," h<,* Alligator staff reporters."Stanley the dean of the college of law,said Vernon Swartzel, Dan Applerouthand They also said SOTS' success
he wants to see a copy of the Bob Mounts.
said.Dean recommended that a press cardbe comes from the fact that complaining -
story before it is printed.
Stanley added that Issued to all Alligator staff reporters Is more popular than
Lee said because of past news
Journalism students who are just In order to avoid the problem working for betterment.
stories being distorted, he is hesitant the
learning how to write news of reporter misrepresentation. Frank Cofer Jr., chairman of
stories do not have the necessary In providing information toa SOTS, says SOTS Is not negative

experience in reporting the news Dean Stanley said he has spoken news reporter.Dr. LORIaifoz and proposes replacing the trimester

and do not check for accuracy. with Rae O. Weimer, director of Harry Kantor, professorof with either the semester or ,
"There is a difference betweena the School of Journalism and Com quarter system..
political science, makes it a
.staff reporting news for the munications, and Journalism pro- point to tell a reporter what mate- lLlq t Q The friends of the trimester

school and practicing news fessor H.G. Davis Jr., about the rial can be used In a story and say it has three main advantages
writing," Stanley said. Stanley matter of reporter misrepresen what information is confidential. 1. It allows a student to 'eet a
warned of the possibility of libel tation. four year college education In a
if a reporter does not check the Assistant Registrar Thomas A. Dean Stanley discussed another little more than two and a halt

accuracy of a story. Graham Jr., said approximately problem of news reporting-calllng years. 2. If the student wants to
Stanley said his comments on 70 per cent of his statements are for stories late at night. Stanley ADVERTISINGRESULTS' lay out of school for a trimester
reporter misrepresentation are misrepresented. He added that said a policy should be established he can choose the time of the year
not directed toward The Alligator reporters "misuse statistics and prohibiting this type of news he wants to do It. 3. It eliminatesthe
staff, but toward the Inexperiencednews make random comments" rather gathering. lie said it Is a "bad "lame duck"part of the semester -
reporters. "Alligator reporters than checking their stories for situation" when a person Is called that fell after the Christmasholidays'
have been accurate in their accuracy. "at 11 p.m." to give a reportera .

.reporting," Stanley said. Graham said he asked previous news story. The enemies of the trimestersay '
these points look good on
paper, but don't work out In reality.

First of all, they say, few students
': : c plan to go through college

without taking summer vacationsand
those who do go through without

slopping will not be well educated,
WOODROW because they will have lllMe ( 'I
to think and understand i ..it
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12, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, Dec. 3, 1964Florida

Whips i VMI In Cage Opener I i

Florida's 1 96<4-< 65 basketball minutes of its game with VMI 20 fouls were committed. Jeff the basket as Florida hit a 32 opened its season on a successfulnote

team, Its sputtering offense hitting last night to score 68-59 victory. Ramsey, the Gators big. 6-feet-10, per cent from the floor and VMI defeating Lake City Junior
on only 32 per cent of its field Florida put the ball in deep pivot man, had three fouls called hit only 35 per cent of its shots.At College 71-57.
shots, pulled away in the final five freeze late in the game to keep on him, two within 30 seconds of the foul line the Gators hit Pacing the freshmen attack with

the Keydets at bay. Brooks Hen each other, Dick Tomlinson and 88 per cent, while the Kadets 22 points was forward Alan Treece
Cage Games derson and Tom Baxley led the Gary Keller each had two. managed only a 69 per cent and close behind was forward Mike

Gators with 17 points. VMI's Jack Hartung picked up average. Roily son with 15 points.
Florida left the game at half three personal fouls in the first
TelevisedSoutheastern Both teams pressed off and on
time with a 3 5-27 lead, but VMI two minutes of play. The Keydetswere
Conference rebounded to deadlock the game at called for nine personal fouls during the game which saw the ball The Baby Gators jumped off
hands several times on
Basketball Is coming to WJXT 44-44 with 11 minutes showing on all together in the first half. change to an early 11-4 lead and the game
Television 4 in Jacksonville. Ten the clock. steals. However, neither squad was was never close after that point.

games will be telecast live on Florida returned with some Tom Baxley popped in the first able to use the press to a great with the Baby Gators taking a

Saturday afternoons beginning Jan. clutch shooting by Baxley and long field goal for the Gators advantage. 33-22 bulge into the dressing room
2 when Georgia meets L.S.U. Tip- Henderson to take the lead from from 25 feet out. The little guard Leading the Gator rebounderswere at.the half.

off time Is 2:45 p.m. for the first the Keydets, never to relinquishIt. led all scorers with 10 points in Jeff Ramsey with eight, and The next freshmen contest will

two matches with the schedule the first half. Dick Tomlinson who hauled in six. be 5:30 p.m. Saturday, prior to
shifting to 3 p.m. for the remainderof It was a rugged first half, as Both squads had trouble finding The Baby Gator basketball team the varsity game versus Stetson.
the season.

.,..I games The will following be carried scheduled: SEC University Announces Target Date'

Jan. 2 Georgia at L.S.U.
Jan. 9 Vanderbilt at MississippiState

Jan.23 Jan.16 Kentucky Kentucky at at Tennessee Florida For East Florida Field Enlargement

Jan.30 Auburn at VanderbiltFeb.

6 Alabama at L.S.U. BRUCE DUDLEY construction has been made." The assistant athletic director expanding the stadium for several

Feb.13 Mississippi at Georgia Sports Editor Coach Ray Graves made an reports "the big financial years, but we haven't been able to
Feb.20 Tennessee at Alabama announcement concerning the problem" is the main thing holding work out the finances,"said Beard.

Feb.2 Tennessee at Kentucky "A target date" has been set expansion of the stadium at the up the expansion. When expansion is started the
March 6 Tulane at KentuckyThe for the enlargement of the east executive council meeting of the Beard explained that all the
east side stands will be torn down
actual coverage will be side of Florida Field, but no UF Alumni Association Nov. 28. added seats to the stadium wouldbe
and a new, permanent structure
supplemented by a "college definite date has been set. After the meeting, a Florida student seats; and therefore no similar to the west side of the
,howcase" feature with shots of Percy Peard, assistant directorof dally reported the expansion of the revenue would be returned to the stadium will be constructed.
the home campus and interviewswith athletics at the UF, confirmedthe stadium was set, and construction university from these seats to pay
school officials. athletic department was hopingto would start Dec. 1, 1965. off the bonds It would take to With the expansion, Florida

Halftime will be hootenany-tlme start enlarging the student side "This is the earliest possibledate finance the,enlargement. ,Field will hold 58000. Present
with some of the nation's of the stadium but said everythingwas we could start construction, "There has been talk about seating capacity is about 48,500.

outstanding folk singers "just In the planning stages." and a committee Is being formedto .
entertaining right on basketball The tentative date is Dec. 1, study the problem; but nothingIs tJ'
court. 1965, according to Beard. set," said Beard. .o
Several Southern Governors and "However, nothing Is definite," "They must have misinterpretedhis 0
other celebrities have agreed to he said. "No estimate of cost of (Graves') remarks."
and officially" start the R
appear ----

Thilenius matches.of Sportscasters Atlanta and John Ed Phi Delta Theta Fraf

Ferguson of Baton Rouge will do
the play by play and color for the
series. Leads Orange League sK

Injuries Hurt BRUCE DUDLEY

ERNIE LITZIntramurals penalized by the Intra-Fraternity Sports Editor

I Gator Team"We're Editor Council earlier and had their Florida would do well to stay in Its own backyard this Saturday.The .
Intramural privileges revoked. Florida with Stetson in the Florida
I' cagers are a game against
bad situation
In to
a Phi Delta Theta took the lead
They participated in water basket- Gym, but the unfortunate, crippled Gator football team is traveling
the sixth ranked team in the
play in the Orange League at the end
ball and volleyball only.
to Baton Rouge to face the Louisiana State Tigers.
nation, said Coach Ray Graves of this trimester by winning the
The Sigma Chis finished thirdin
This year the football team has won all their games on-Florida
i yesterday, looking over his Injury final two sports of track and
track and the Betas third in
roster.In football. Field, but have gotten pretty sick on the road trips. Only two other
football. years have Gator football squads managed to win all their home
an effort to get some of The Sigma Nus are a close The Blue League results came
the players back In shape, Graves second having won basketball and games.
from a continued drive throughoutthe
The two home 1928 and 1952.
winning seasons were
had the team dress in sweat clothes
finished behind the Phi Delts in
trimester by the Fijis who
This year the Gators have lost three games away and won one
' yesterday."We track and football. won football and tied track with
which doesn't make things look bright this weekend.
are so wounded we had The Tau Phi took
to.4ress out In sweat clothes," Epsilon the Lambda Chis, who finished However, in the face of gloom the Gator football team has sparked
but unable to
Volleyball were keepup third In football.
before. Most recently it was against Miami that Florida stormed
he said. the pace in later mural action. The Delta Chis took second placein
back after a gloomy first half to beat the Hurricanes.
Definitely out for the LSU game The ATOs were able to finish an
flag football.
and'Jack It will take a similar performance at Tiger Stadium to have a
are linebackers Ron Pursell overall third by staying close
chance against LSU who is already bowl bound and ranked sixthin
Card and halfbacks Don Knapp throughout the trimesters play. ,
the nation.
and Alan Poet The Delta Deltas BLUE LEAGUE
Tackle Dennis Murphy and lone- Tau were Meanwhile, things should be brighter for the Gator tree-toppers

some end Charles Casey are on .. Phi Gamma Delta. 550 back in Gainesville.
"the very doubtful" list, according OliANGE LEAGUE 2. Lambda Chi Alpha. 509 But things will be rougher for the cagers before the season is

to Graves. 1. Phi Delta Theta. . 510 3. Tau Kappa Epsilon. 450 over with such foes as Kentucky coming Gainesville. The basketball

The Florida coach hopes soph- 2. Sigma Nu. . . 487 4. Delta Upsilon. . 384 squad will do well to win all its home games, but it certainly isn'tan

omore quarterback Steve Spurrierwill 3. Alpha Tau Omega. 395 5. Chi Phi. . . 306 Impossibility with the Florida court talent.Page .

improve by the end of the 4. Tau Epsilon Phi. . 353 6. Delta Chi. . . 295
7. Pi Kappa Phi. . 264
week, but reports senior Tom 5. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 349 i EV ERYONE
8. Phi Phi. . 237 EN
Shannon is now slated to start 6. Sigma Phi Epsilon. 308 G JOHti
9. Alpha Gamma Rho. 235
against the Tiger. 7. Beta Theta PI. . 303
10. Delta Sigma Phi. . 120
Coach Graves said he was satis-
8. Sigma Chi . 293
fied with the practice so far this 9. Phi Kappa Tau. . 291

i week, but it had been hard to get 10. Kappa Sigma . 279

the team up after just playing the 11. Kappa Alpha . 266
two state rivals, Florida State and 12. PI Lambda Phi. . .. X57 f.aui.ut .

: Miami, and also due to the In- 13. Theta Chi.. . . 246

Ioi juries. 11. Kappa Alpha. . 266
"In addition to being great, as 14. Alpha Epsilon Pi. 223 tNi

\ usual on defense LSU Is now a 15. PI Kappa Alpha. . 193 f aQN TTiLasagna

fine offensive team," said Graves. 16. Delta Tau Delta. . 165

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