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The_ Florida; 4::1


Vol. 57, No. 65 University of FloridaGainesville Friday, Dec. 4, 1964 ;


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III Christmas On Campus Sundays .T rAT

Assistant Managing Editor

Students will observe Christmason Life Week chairman, Bob Mounts,
; Campus Sunday night as the and Jean Outler, president and 4
last big event of the trimester before vice-president of the University Y
the deluge of final exams Religious Assn. respectively will
begins Thursday.It read the Christmas Storytakenfrom
the ancient Biblical passagesthat oI
Is scheduled to begin at 11 p.m.
tell the story of Christ'sbirth. -
in the University Auditorium Immediately o j II
{ I
after the annual tree- l I

lighting ceremony in the Plaza of The Women's Glee Club will sing I
the Americas by Mortar Board. selections from "The Ceremonyof '
Carols" by Benjamin Britton lFM f
Highlight of the event--the sixth
nr and the audience will sing several II LWO
annual Christmas program pre-
traditional Christmas songs. ,
sented by the University Rel- o
igious Assn. --will be UF Pres- This year's program will not ,
ident J. Wayne Reitz's Christmas have a benediction or invocation,
message to the university. said Chairman Joe Coudon, in an I

.:.:.:...::..:.:r RE I TZ Subject of his annual message effort to make it less religion GLEE CLUB
I :::: will be "Born to Make Men Free" oriented and to give more student
:.:::.:.::.; to speak. Vernon Swartsel, Religion-in- appeal. .to sing

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Elected By Board Carol ReadingTonight

Litz New EditorErnie InAuditorium

Litz, 4ED, was elected editor of The Alligator yesterday
over Managing Editor Joel Gaston and Assistant Managing Editor
R Nancy Brachey by the Board of Student Publications.Litz .
presently circulation manager will take over after The Alligator
ceases publication for this Dean Lester Male's reading of
*4rR trimester next Wednesday and will "A Christmas Carol," a traditionon O
serve through April. the UF campus as popular as
the Christmas break, will begin
t The board first met to pick an at 7:30 p.m. tonight In the Un- I
editor two weeks ago and heard To Speak iversity Auditorium.It I
fYY Litz and Gaston's
presentations was 27 years ago when Dr.
before postponing the decision until Hale, now Dean of Student Affairs -
; yesterday. Miss Brachey applied Regional Peace Corps Director took over the reading of
earlier this week and made her for Latin America Farik Mankie- Dickens' classic sermon against
--- --- -- presentation yesterday before the wlcz will /speak at the closing ses- selfishness.The .
LITZ board elected Litz. sion of UF's 15th Annual Conference tradition first started In

Litz has formerly served as on the Carribbean tomor- 1029 at a private party given In
editorial assistant, assistant pro- row.The the Sigma Nu fraternity house.
Book Sale duction lab manager, intramural noon luncheon will terminatethe The instigator then was the new
editor and sports writer. lie has four-day meet which drew del- Dean of the College of Adminis-
worked on The Alligator In some egates and speakers from six foreign tration, the late Walter J. Math-
To Open capacity for the past 18 months. countries, twelve states, and erly, who brought the tradition Q
the District of Columbia to UF. with him from the University of
Litz replaces present editor Twenty-two speakers were featured North Carolina.It .
The UF Student Book Exchange Walker Lundy who leaves the UF at the Conference,which consisted was so warmly received that
opens for business next week with after this trimester."I of three luncheons, two din Sigma Nu decided to sponsor the
it's uncommon advertisement, was quite surprised at the ners, a breakfast, and five round reading as an annual event. The
"Something for absolutely outcome,"' Lundy said afterwards, table discussions.The Invitation list soon grew too large w0OO
nothing." "But I wish Ernie all the luck Conference was cosponsored for the living room of the fraternity -
"Book sales next trimester will in the world as the new editor." this year by the J. lilllis house and the reading moved
run between $1,000 and $1,500," "It's a demanding, thanklessjob Miller Health Center and Smith, first to Florida Union Auditorium
said Drew Haslett, chairman of and I hope he can handleIt Kline and French Laboratories and later to the larger downtown
the Student Government committee ," Lundy said. "I also hope of Philadelphia In order to have churches.Response.
the staff rallies behind him and health problems as Its principal
(Continued On Page 3))
supplies all the help It can. topic.

-- 1I'P1j !

lit UZ _. 1i I 1 'GreafResponse

"n'.u! yr+ + + j
i N 1t to "Peace Corps
h )
1 Week" has been great according
j ,v ; a ( M'' to Mrs. Roma Lee Klar of the
Peace Corps Washington staff. !
Peace Corps representatives
I I will be In the Bryan Lounge of .
the Florida Union through tomor-
row answering questions about the
Corps and chine general aptitude
tests. .
"Florida students are showing
great Interest," she said and noted
that there is a growing Interest in
THE INTERFRATERNITY Council elected new officer Monday night at the Presidents the Peace Corps among freshmenand J

Council meeting. Left to right are: Les Burke, secretory; Bill McBride, executive sophomores. '

vice president; Jim Hauser, president; Gordon Gowen administrative The minimum age for volunteer -
is II with no upper age
president and Dubby Murphree, treasurer. limit.


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Best Year1Rion

Tells ROTC Parade Saturday

Picks TwoOne
trimester, but that a rotation
the parade this
A combined Army and Air Force ROTC parade planning
FU honoring the seniors who are graduating out of the system will let the Army do It next trimester. UF School of Journalism
Banquet ROTC program will take place this Saturday accord- Awards for outstanding achievment will be receivedby senior and one Junior have bees
ing to Cadet Division Commander Carl D. Heismann. two Air Force cadets and two Army cadets. Judged local winners in the monthly
"1964 was the Florida Union's The parade will start at 10:25 a.m. with perfor- The outstanding freshman and sophomore squadrons William Randolph Hearst, writing
most significant year since Its Inception mances by the new Army Saber Drill Team, Air for the Air Force and companies for the Army will competition.
In 1947," said William E. Force Angel. Flight, the Gator Guard, and Billy also be recognized at,the parade. Squadrons and com- November winners are Steve
Rion, Florida Union Banquet Wed- Mitchell Drill Team. panies contain about 75 men on the ROTC drill field. Vaughn, 3JM,and Ann Carter,4JM,
nesday night. Vice President of Academic Affairs Robert B. Both receive $25 and a chance for
He cited the success of the Mautz, who Is colonel In the Air Force Reserves, Heismann said the public is most welcome to view larger earnings when their stories
Films and Fine Arts Committees. will be the reviewing officer at the ROTC parade. the parade and that bleachers will be provided.The are Judged In national competition
He singled out the Forums Com- Col. James T. Hennessey, Professor of Military last three or four drill periods have been for the month.
mittee for bringing top level political Science for the Army, Col. William N. Boaz Jr., devoted to practicing the parade by both Army and Vaughn's winning story, pub.
and social issues to the Professor of Military Science for the Air Force, and Air Force. Army and Air Force cadets drill on either lished in the Gainesville Sun, told
campus. 1964 Military Ball Queen Paula J. Hicks will also Wednesday or Thursday.The of Thanksgiving as it is celebratedIn
Rion congratulated those who had review the ROTC parade. Air Force drills one hour every week, and Evlnston, a small South Alachua
worked so hard for the Union and Heismann explained that the Air Force ROTC is the Army drills two hours every other week. community. Miss Carter's story,
gave special mention to many who also published by the Sun,was about

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are getting larger and larger, but
the FU Board Is not expanding," 1|
Bad Peel Federman
he said. "The union supplies facilities Days Over Says
for student organizations, -
as well as offices for such student
operations as student governmentand "For two and a half years, this the best we could do, though It Humor, which comprises 80 per sold out In three hours.In .
publications."It campus has suffered from a rash wasn't bad. However, to insurea cent of.this issue, ranges from the addition to Peabody,the Campus .
supplies for individual stu- of bad Peels. The students have really top notch job the next rather blatant to the subtle and Club, Matherly, Hub, Library,
dents recreation facilities such as waited for a quality product with time, I decided to 'feel out' cam- esoteric. Engineering Building, Peels would
music listening rooms, a craft waning patience and waxing cyni- pus demands for what constituteda "We spared no punches this timein be sold at the Med Center. Feder.
shop and a reading room." cism, but the waiting Is over. good Peel. The result this timeis trying to please everybody.am' man "expected a rush" once the
The Union's program,said Rion, "You won't have to go off cam- more pages, two feature girlsin particularly pleased with Gerald word gets around about what's Inside -
was to especially provide activi- pus anymore to read a magazineyou less verbal, more provactlve Jones' (humor editor and chief this Peel.PEELZACOMIN'.
ties -- for those interested. to can be proud of," said editor photo essays, double the number of Idea man) work--he deserves half
help students to go through school. Don Federman of his upcomingDec. cartoons, and a n emphasis on the credit for this issue.
"The real meat of the coconutis 7 issue of the New Orange satire oriented around the cam- Federman! cited the fact that BUYURZMONDAY I
in the relationship with interested Peel. pus and the Christmas season," more issues were printed this BEHAPPYTUESDAY
students, in helping them "I knew the first issue was not added Federman. time since the first issue was
go through the University," said
Rion. I .4-'L; for active men

Union Board a' : @

OPEN 9-9 ,
'Til 1 Christmas Eve
Elects New


Officers coat of rugged cotton corduroy in a BROGUE

specially "engineered" herringbone

Bill McCollum was announcedas wale. Warmly lined
the newly elected president of UC&\BElftl'\ ) with 100 % Orion

the Florida Union Board Wednes L S acrylic, suede leather "
day night at the annual Union Board r I
trim collar.
McCollum succeeds outgoing $29.95 d1
President Sandra Scales. Doug'
Lynn was elected vice-president, c4 t
Dick Thompson, treasurer
Mary Pearlstlne as Secretary.
Awards were also presented to

outstanding committees man. and committee members chair-of kV lit!',

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Phi Gams Slate -
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Christmas PartyThe
a rw
annual Christmas party for ,
Negro elementary school childrenin
the Gainesville area, one of e 1
many Interf rate r n It y council
Christmas activities, will be given /
( ..
today by Phi Gamma Delta frater-

nity and Delta Gamma Sororityat 1 _____ "r
the Phi Gam house accord-
ing to Pete Portley party chair-
man. k ,


University Center

. Drama Group x-I f1'

Presents L';:' / {
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: A Dramatic Readingof

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i imj Campus New BriefsLISTENING ... 1
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4' ::::::;: The UF 4-H Club will have Florida Union Board Sam Wilkes has been chosen :|:::|::|:::|;;
:::::::: a combination fishfry and listening will hold a children's Christ- president of Phi Kappa Tau :::::a:
:::::::: party tomorrow night mas party from 4-5 p.m. fraternity. Also elected were :::::::;
:::::::: starting at 6 p.m. at the home Tuesday in the Florida Union Danny Dlloreto. vice presi- ::::::::
::::": of B.J. Allen. Social Room for children of dent; Bev Blots secretary; :x'x':::::::;;
:::::::: Anyone needing a ride students, faculty and staff. Vic Smith treasurer, Joe !'::=v
:::::::: should meet at the 4-H Club Parents who wish for their Castello, pledgemaster; Joe ::::::::
i ; :::::::: office at 5:45 p.m.LAMBDA children to attend should call Liska, dining room steward; ::::::::
i m m CHI'S extension 2741 before noon Harry Mroczkowskl, house 1::::
Monday. manager. ::::::::
m Bob Travis has been elect-
:::::::: ed president of the Lambda CHANNUKAH DINNERThe \ \
iil :::::::: Chi Alpha social fraternity. Hillel Foundation will NEW LEADER ........
:::::::: Other officers are Tom hold a Channukah dinner beginning New superior of Phi Epsi- ::::::::
4SSS :::::::: Rivers, vice president; Tom at 6 p.m. Sunday in lon PI is George Friedman, 1
:::;:;:: Thoman, secretary; Jeff King, the Hillel Foundation. Tickets elected this week. ::::::::
:::::::: treasurer; Bob Br nden- may be purchased for $1.50 Other officers are Herb :::::::'
:::::::: burger, pledge trainer; Glenn from Hillel officers and chair- Koross, vice-superior; Leo- ;:::::
:::::':'ti Anderson, rush chairman; men or by calling 2-2900. nard Mazur, treasurer; :::::::
1:1:1:::a John Wallick, ritualist; and Marvin Davidson, assistant ::;::::
::1:::1:1: Tony Bauer, social chairman. ZETA OFFICERSNewly treasurer; Martin Lawson, :::::
elected officers of recording secretary; and :::::::,
,. ...1....j. CHRISTMAS PARTY Zeta Tau Alpha sorority for Andrew Freldrlch corres- :::::::
:::::::: The Newman Club Is hav- the coming year include Linda ponding secretary. 1i::::1,
r': :::::::: ing a Christmas Decorating Bowers, president t; Donna mm1:
_S rt :::::::: Party tomorrow night starting Londeree, vice president; SK ELECTIONS ?
:::::::: at 8 p.m. in the Catholic Stu- Beverly West, recording sec- Carol Hogan was elected :::
.::.:.:.:.:.:.:. dent Center. retary; Cheryl Byrne, trea- president of Sigma i Kappa :::::;
for forever surer; and Susan Werner,rush sorority Wednesday night. :::;:::;
you, mJ FRESHMAN COUNCIL chairman. Other officers elected Include ::::::
:::::::: The Freshman Council will Mary Mumbauer, first vice- ::::::::
:::::::: meet Monday at 7:30 p.m. In PRESBYTERIAN CENTERJack president; Sally Sitar, second ti:;:::
:::::::: room 234 of the Florida Union. Funkhouser, UF vice president; Barbara ::::::::
This is the look college women adore..styling as timelessas
love itself, yet with a knowing contemporary flair that :::1:: Dean Lester L. Hale and humanities professor, will Chlsm, recording secretary; ::::::
:::::::: other members of the administration present "The Christmas Story Peggy Blanchard I corresponding ::::::::
makes it very much "today. :::::::: will answer questions In Art" at 6:30 p.m. Sun- secretary; Julie O'- ::::::::
:::::::: concerning registration, day In the Presbyterian Uni- Conner, rush chairman; Joan ::::::::
: G dines: vi/iVs/ :::::::: orientation and other fresh- versity Center. lie will show Davenport, registrar; and ::::::::
r :::::::: man problems. This will be slides. Leslie Monk, treasurer. ::1:1:1:1:::
::::1: the las meeting of the tri
Je 'elers/
Qualify 1t 11
Eat ED 4 :.::.:.:..::: mester. GIFT WRAPPING PARTY CHRISTMAS PARTY : ;
\ % 1 Members of the Florida Dalta Phi Epsilon sorority ::::::=:
<; || RENDEZVOUS DANCE Union Hostess Committee are and Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity ::::::::
Vtk ::::::::: The Club Rendezvous will asked to be present by Chair- Wednesday gave a pre- ::::::::
:::'x::::::::: hold Its last scheduled dance man Mary PearlstlneatTp.m. Christmas party for children ::::;:
:::::::::::::: of the trimester, "Chrlst- Sunday in room 315 of the confined to J. Hlllls Mil ::::::
tl ;% :::::::::: mas Capers" tonight from Florida Union for a gift wrapping ler Medical Center. The two :::::::::;
GEM :::::::::::: 8 p.m. midnight. The dance party for a children's groups sang Christmas Carols :::::$::;
f Exclusive Dealer---Artcarved Gem Diamonds ::::!:::::: is sponsored by the Florida party which will be held and presented gifts to the :::::::::
::ijijij::::::: Union Dance Committee. Monday. children. ::1:.::1 J

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books at the best prices possible," the first week."Students .
Fni.. & Sat. Only Haslett added. may leave books for
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FSU And AlbertThey

say they caught them. They say they

will be punished. That's about the end of the
\x >

story as far as they're concerned.We \

speak of Florida State University's \

administration, which said Wednesday it had ij /) \ '\

caught the four FSU students who had painted /' \

Albert the Alligator, UF's mascot. I

One of our reporters called FSU Deanof I 1 .,

Students Harry Day long distance that "

day and asked for the quartets names and )

the punishment they would receive.

Day said no dice. It wasn't FSU's policy

I to release names of disciplinary action or
to make public the form of punishment meted

won't be so naive as to charge the FSU

administration with deliberately withholdingthe You Can't Fumble Footballs And WinJIM

names to protect its students. We know

UF has a similar policy of not releasingnames

in a disciplinary case unless the case
He didn't say how all this Gator fumble It is

is a matter of public record, such as a MOORHEAD"Next could be cured---migod, If he knows, betterhe

should tell Graves---but he did point out
police blotter, etc. year" is obviously a year away--at
that the team worked hard early In the season
But wed 0 feel the Florida State running practice drills designed to prevent
The fabled, fabulous Florida football team,
administration has an obligation to UF to which the Orange and Blue is always hopefully fumbling.So .
maybe that's the ticket, Ray. Run some
going to have "next year," is no closer, at
: make public who the culprits were or at of those anti-fumble drills 'tween no* and
best, than the 1965 season.
I. least what form of Saturday. Develop a new attitude. Teach'emthat
punishment they received. But just after Homecoming you would have
the.ball is a thing of great desirability/ to be
\ thought next year was now. The Gators were
The nature of this
case puts it in a clutched greedily. Tell'em it's a Gatorette.
riding high on the heady wine of four victories,
different than most Better yet, convince them It's their fast ticket
no defeats and about a 60-40 chance of topplingNo.
home from Baton Rouge after we win. No Gator
Our the 2 ranked Alabama the coming weekend.
disciplinary cases. university was
in his right mind will want to hang around;
Even after the three-
l victim of an irresponsible and destructive point defeat, In what was long after the Tiger Stadium lights go out.
But, we facetious. The point is,
4 act at the hands of four FSU students and the finest performance Ray r grow
I fumbleitis, like inspiration, is a thing that gets'hold *
Graves' boys turned In all N !
II I we have a right to know the names of our year, the luster hadn't r'" of any team sooner or later.Last Saturday,\
in fact, provided a marvelous case study of the
attackers and the all for
penalty they received.We disappeared. Hopes
I% effects of both: We fumbled the ball away
9-1 still swelled tvli
a season
will be disappointed if our ;' four times in the first half and "lost" 10-"
the heart of many an ,
we got Inspired (and sticky fingered) in the]
administration and our Student Government earnest fan.Auburn J <:'
second half and won.
I stand by and do not press this issue. tempered the Mt.' What's 'really Important is that the GatorTl
enthusiasm; Georgia '
I t a re still trying, as hard as they know J
SOMETHING could be done. smashed it; FSU. .well,
s MOORHEAD how---and that's what we all want most, win
those thinly disguised
We hope something will. We hope the or lose.If .
young men (some hereabouts thought they were
you want additional comfort, think of all!
administration and Student Government will girls) flat buried It.
that young (un-senior) talent we've got.
not imitate Albert and lie lazily in the sun (Needless to say, unbridled optimism was Think of the returning team we'll have come
hardly disinterred last Saturdaynarrow .
while he and our school are defaced by a victory notwithstanding. We were supposed to September.Oh
boy; Just walt'll next year.
of manhandle those .carpetbaggers from south
group over-grown juvenile delinquentsfrom
Florida by two or three touchdowns.)
Florida State. Three points come to mind at this point: LETTER:

---All that overdone drivel about Florida

\ The FloridaALLIGATOR State femininity practically put UF's third
On Little BrotherEDITOR
G defeat in the category of "Just desserts;"

: ---The Gators will yet wind up with about

the type of season record most qualified :

I prognosticators predicted---perhaps even a
Served by United Pies International little better; This is a reply to the fraternity man who
---You can't fumble footballs and win games. wrote about his little brother.

Editor ..................... ........ ....II II..Walker Luitdy But why did the Gators suddenly start parting Your little freshman Is surely In a plight,

Managing Editor .. ...II.....:.... II.......... ...Joel Gaston: regularly with the pigskin as though It were a but I think you may be casting the blame on

l Assistant Managing Editor .. ... ......II.. .....Nancy Brachey fresh roasted chestnut? What peculiar pall the wrong person. The counsellors over thereIn

I Assistant Managing: Editor ... ........ ...... .Da\e Berkovitz comes over a team to afflict it with dropsy? Tigert aren't all bad, and I'm sure your

Editorial Page: Editor .. ...... ........... ........Ed Barber "We got tight," was the way one forthrightteam little brother had enough of a past record to

Sports Page Editor ............................Bru(. Dudley member explained It to me a week or so indicate he could have carried 16 hours and

City Editor ... .......7.... ........ II......II Skip Haviser: ago."The have passed them if adequate time had been

Campus Living Editor .......................Donita Mat hi son first four games, we got out there spent studying.
and played football for fun. Oh,we worked---but I think you are more to blame than the

I Editorial Assistants--Jim Castello. Ann Cat'ter. Don Federman. ve had a good time playing, and we won." counsellors are. One of the purposes of a "big

Tova Levine. Ernie Lit* (Circulation Manager). Stan Kulp (Cartoonist Then came Tuscaloosa, and the pressure brother" is to make 'sure his little brother is

e ). Ron Spencer. Gary Swallow. Steve Vaughn. bas on. After losing, the Gators were all at once keeping up with his school work ahead of his

I, walking a tightrope. The bubble had burst. fraternity duties.

I Reporters: Patti Pit (Student Government Beat Chief. Joe Overnight, "playing for fun" became rooting Making a 1.6 is a bitter pill for a freshmanto

Kollln, Bob Golub, Joe Waldorf. Sharon Kellt)'. T\ette Cardozo.: for survival. The magic carpet had descendedand take. When I was a freshman, and a little

Frank Shepard, Lee Alexander Agnes Fo\\les. The 1 ma Mossnun, : plenty of rivals wanted to turn it into a brother I made a 1.5, but the next trimester,

Marjorie Green, Evan Langbein. David Kennedy Terry Rogers. floor mat. with the help of my big brother I made a 2.8

Susie Halback, Jeffrey Denkewalter. Dick Dennis. Beverly Faber "A good time playing" was now doctoredto with 18 hours. This pill may be what this

Dick Schneider, Greg Seltz, Sue Dobbie. Lortalne Viscardi, Ami read simply, "good playing," and there'sa freshman needs to make him aware that this is

Saperstein, Maureen Collins, Anne Gartrell, K.1tbW.dJ.tr, difference. When you know you've got to get a tough university and that dropping courses is

+I Barbara Lltt, Eunice I. Tall. Glenn LaneYt Sam UUman. good or get gored, your palms get a little not the answer to all academic problems.I've .

I sticky, your muscles become a little tense been around long enough to become a big

, THE: FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaper and you get "tight." brother myself now, and I feel that big brother

I of the University of Florida and Is published five times weekly Besides, my young athlete friend explained, system Is one of the most overlooked aspectsof

I except during May, June and July when It Is published semi- "this thing is a rash. Fumble once and you're a fraternity.

' weekly. Only editorials represent the official opinion of The going to fumble some more." I suggest you tell your little brother to hit

Allocator Columns represent only the opinions of their authors. And, he threw in for emphasis, "Just becausea the C-3 a little more; if be does he might be

The AlUftior Is entered as second class putter at the UnitedStates guy fumblss doesn't make him a bad ball able to "see" 2.01!

Post Office at Gainesville. phyer. All your leading tumblers in the pro

leagues are your best backs." Name Withheld




Friday, Dec. 4, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 5 ''I

I She Stoops'Theatre

Triumoh Join i the Campus Free For All and get

FRANK TAYLOR again betters expectation. As Mrs. these valuable Items for your group
Assistant Professor Humanities Hardcastle she gives a brilliant
"She Stoops to Conquer,"Oliver performance full of vitality and wit
Goldsmith's ageless comedy, Gerald Forbes as Mr. Hard-
conquered here again last night in castle is superb--no other word
a performance by the Florida will do. That stiff little walk that APhitoSmithCorona
Players as polished as it is witty, jerky little bow, that voice, that 3'consoleN
as elegant as downright comic. paunch--it's worth seeing the play ,
The plot is loaded with typical for these things alone. Start now! Get the whole story
farce situations: mistaken Jennifer: Cook as Miss eledrfc potable No contest I And itfc so wsy For on the 'tampus free For All" by

Identities, a couple of pairs of Hardcastle is quite charming; typewriter,floor instance,by getting each person Cutting out this coupon J
lovers fated to be kept apart until Marty Ferguson as Miss Neville model hairdryer to buy the largest size of!)ell
j Just before the final curtain, wields a delightful and devastatingfan
Zenith portable Concentrate,Zest Gees\and
grumpy and sometimesbewlldered ; Jerry Rhodes exudes boistrous
parents, and an uncouth but* vitality as the oafish and scheming Stereo,Bcgente Hidden Magic just 3 times,a
basically not unpleasant clot who, Tony Lumpkin Fred Breckenridge /
; public cress c oupof5os4lhauemorethansystem ---------..
out of his country bumpkin sense and Terry Daugherty give excellent 3x1 enough points to obtain a ping- 'rte.1sf send ouraoupa'Camlws ,
of humor sets all by the ears performances as the two young many 1Freet-0rNi'twnchurQ.AiaiIro, \ I
in the opening scenes.D. lovers come to pay court and be othergnktr t pylgfable' plus 3n EJstman I 1' c er6Ga, + t.ampu'rl'H ror All' 1iaic
R. Henry the director is conquered; Alan Armstrong is } wrgroup kodak8mmmovieeamerapluc: I aal+cA 1504, 1pnchoosefrom
to be congratulated on this always effectively foppish as the elder! Sir a Mirro coffee percoWw;and eiHvr I ayrona b454o1Brinpktun I
delightful 1. often brilliant Charles Marlow.All a basketball or volieybail I N q4'x8'
production. He is extraordinarilywell of this is encased ih one
served by the cast. of the finest sets this reviewerhas snrprp001tal
Mimi Carrwhose performancesare seen in Norman Hall. Henry >IB, I CJty ZMe_St..I\t_ 1too.
looked forward to by this Swanson has been at unimaginablepains _l f
reviewer at least as eagerly as by to provide the perfect settingfor o..emo.eago I
any of her other admirers, once a comedy of this period. ,

I Black/ Orpheus'

Brilliant CinemaGERALD

JONES the legend, or vice versa Marcel
Movie Reviewer Camus creates a mood much in
"Black Orpheus" makes sucha the manner of a Herman Hesse
savage assualt on the senses novel. The mythological elements,
that seat belts are very much in the mystery the secret forces driving :
order. The soundtrack alone is a the doomed lovers on, are
powerful experience.When the vis- all blended into a cornucopia of -
ual splendor and excitement of the color and music. The insistent
Mardi Gras Carnivals In Rio de driving Brazilian dances and songs
Janerio are added: hang on! unashamed and uninhibited cap- gTc8c1.
In the modern habit of retelling ture the violence and vitality of
Greek legends in contemporary the legend. Few films have suchan
settings "Black Orpheus" ranks abundance of life and death J.
among the most successful. .at the same moment.
Orpheus, a Brazilian streetcar Either the age of the film of
conductor, finds that he must cast a lighting problem In the originalhas
off his fiance, Mira, as his love spoiled parts of the film.
for Eurydice will admit no res- However the majority of the color
trictions. When Death, pursuesand work is stunning. The brilliant BROWSE SHOP
takes hold, Orpheus must follow golds blues and silvers of the
even to her grave. carvlval costumes against the rich
Tar from being a somber tragic brown skins of the Brazilians are
s 4
tale, however, the story Is shown an unforgettable sight. C4lk 1
with Imagination poetry, excite- "Black Orpheus" perhaps the
ment and mystery. best film to play this term, is ancr bookstore

Without forcing the plot to fit highly recommended.
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| J, Help WantedSTUDENT I I ro' Rent I I ,For RentMODERN I

to live on premisesand BEDROOM for rent in private Air conditioned
work full-time during home. Private bath. 2 coeds apartment available for 2nd tri-
Christmas vacation and spare- preferred. Call after 3 p.m. 378- mester. $85. Close to campus.
Ii time afterwards. Room rent to 1667. 1920 N. W. 38th Drive. Call 8-1526 anytime. 303 NW 17th
constitute partial payment. For (B-65-lt-c). Street, Apt. 23. B-65-lt-c).
more information phone FR 6-
3012. (E-62-tl-c). ONE BEDROOM CCB House, in APARTMENT for two persons,
Campville. Nicely furnished. $45 modern split-level available for
per month. Students or couple 2nd trimester, has full kitchen
preferred. Phone 481-2178.B- with washing machine, air-con-
[Lost & Found I. 65-2t-c). ditioned, close to campus. .Call
378-1439 or come by Apt. 21,
CONVENIENT EFFICIENCY 1824 NW 3rd PI. (B-65-lt-p).
: Class Ring. Initial L on Apartment across from campus.
crest. Initials R. G. Inside Unexpectedly available to quiet LARGE Comfortable quiet rooms
ring.Reward.Sandra, 134 Yulee. couple -- January 1st. Apply each with lavatory and double
3729166. (L-65-lt-c). Immediately to 321 S. W. 13th closets. Light housekeeping
Street. (B-65-lt-c). privileges. 1840 NW 2nd Ave. (B-
LOST: Brown plastic briefcase, 65-4t-c).
the area of'N. W. 16th St. and MODERN Split-level apartment
Long's Cafeteria December 1st. two persons available for 2nd 2 ROOM SUITE suitable for mature
very valuable research trimester, has full kitchen with male students or businessmen
Large cash reward to washing machine, air-conditioned, would prefer a quiet comfortable
finder. Mall to Box 12507 Univ. close to campus. Call FR 8-2185 place in a private home. Call 6-
or call 6-8105 or 6-2733. or come by Apt. 41, 1824 NW 3rd 5368 or 6-2100.202 NW 12th Terr.
(L-64-3t-c). Pl. (B-64-3t-p). (B-65-4t-c).

LOST: Black straw pocketbook.Lost .
at Rawlings or Graham Area.
Need identification. Phone FR 6-
home for boys. Single $30, double
I 3751. (L-64-2t-c).
$45 per month. One available
December 12th the other December18th. TYPING done in my
105 NW 7th Terr., Phone home. Will pick up and deliver.
I Personal ] FR 2-0809. (B-64-5t-p). 376-8586 before 7:30 a.m. or
after 5 p.m. (M-65-4t-c).

FURNISHED Air-conditioned
split-level 3 room apartment with SHIRTS and blouses ironed In my
MODERN OILSPalntings of new, all kitchen appliances Including home. Cash and carry. Call
but nationally exhibited artist are washer for 3 students. Call 378- 372-4536. (M-63-3t-c).
now available for those who have 1693, 1824 NW 3rd Ph, Apt. 3.
good taste. Prices start at $300. (B-64-5t-c). 5>
s Payment plans are available. t I" WantedTWO I

Contact Ed Barber, Agent at
Univ. Ext. 2832 or at 69969.
all units MALE Students to share
general area main library Univ. nice 2 bedroom house.Comfortable

;ijf: COOPERATIVE Living Organization post office. Meets requirementsfor --good for studying. Not too
accepting applicants for the complete living, classes, quiet expensive. 3781002. (C-65-lt-p).
Winter Trimester.Room and board Refrigerators, no kitchens.
i:1: ; Utilities Included. Rate $122.50and RIDE WANTED to New Orleans
$55 per month or $220 per
trimester. 117 NW 17th St. $110. 2 persons to unit, (and/or all points west to Los
Call 372-9616 asv for Roger trimester rate. Phone 6-6494. (B- Angeles). Leave Gainesville
63-5t-c). between the 10th and l Sth of
{ Johnson. (J-63-5t-c)
December. Share Gas. Call 6-
;;i DRY CLEAN 8 Ibs. $1.50. Thisis WELL HEATED room in private 2253 evenings. (C-65-4t-p).
available to mature male
{ home
I approx. 10 articles of clothing.
; student at the end of this tri- FLAVET Resident to babysit for
Iii GATOR GROOMER Coin Laundrynext
to University Post Office. mester. Linen and maid service. 9 month old girl of working student
(J-53-tf-c). Private entrance. Off-street park- wife. Please call 376-4122 for
ing. 805 NE 4th Terr. Calf FR further information. (C-65-tf-nc).
65360. (B-63-5t-c).
LIKE to buy a set of
Inl' bunk beds or trade a double bed.
FURNISHED A i -conditioned Also want two end drum tables.
apartment. Need car. Five minutes Call 3725269. (C-64-3t-c).
from campus. $90 month.Pralrie
View Apartments, Apartment 5. MALE ROOMMATE wanted to
\4t. Call 65024. (B-63-3t-p). share apartment.' FR 2-3748. (C-
( V 4
'ft.. private entrance and kitchen FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted to
\lCiMMkK\\R \ privileges. Ideal for student who share nice 2 bedroom apartmentnear
\ needs quiet place to study. Call campus. Reasonable rates.
372-7883. 3715 N. W. 7th Place. Call 6-6481. (C-62-tf-c).
(B-62-tf-c). .
9 TWO GIRLS needed to share large
!I1 ROOM for rent for one female. 3 bedroom house. Rent $35 per
Available Dec. 18. $50 per month person per month. Call Nancy or
,PARE with kitchen privileges, $49 Sue after 5:30 p.m. at 68961.
ji'i without. Call after 5:00, 21054. 1499 SW 18th PI. (C-64-3t-c).

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MOBILE HOME 10x55. Aluminum ZENITH Portable stereo with PORSCHE OWNERS -- UNITE!
[Real EstateFOR I awning 45'. 2 bedroom front stand. New needle used 1 year. I Autos I Join us at a fish fry on Sunday,
kitchen, Cathedral celling. $75. Call 6-0119 or 2-0395between December 6th at Cedar Key. For
I Excellent condition. Equity and 5 and 7 p.m. (A-65-4t-p). further Information call 6-4836.
take up $50 a month payments. (G-62-tf-nc). .
SALE BY OWNER 3 Phone FR 2-1328 or 2-8876. (A-
bath Central heat, OLDSMOBILE 4-door hardtop,
bedroom, 2 : 64-3t-c). 1957 DODGE Custom Royal two-
built-in kitchen, and large lot. 1956 MARLETTE 36x8 Mobile 1959. Air conditioned; PB; PS;
tone blue, 4-dr. sedan,
Many extras. FHA, $500 down, home. 2 bedroom.$1500.Call Univ. AT; Excellent condition. Original steering. Must sell Immediately.power
month. 1 1/2 years old. Ext. 2211 before 5 p.m. and ask Owner; $5,000 new. $1300 or best
$88 per $395. Car at 1415 NW 3rd Ave.
N. E. 17th Terrace 376- VIKING 4 track, stereo tape deck. for Bonnie or Pinehurst Trailer offer. FR 2-9669. (C-64-2t-c).
2025 Call 376-1567 after 5 (G-
). Model 76 compact. Slightly used. Park, Lot 60 after 5 and weekends. p.m.
6972. (1-65-41-c .
$175. Call Univ. ext. 2832 between (A-64-3t-c).
8 and 5. (A-64-tf-nc). TRIUMPH TR-3,1958.1961 engine.
FOR SALE BY OWNER moving to Excellent condition. See at 1014 1964 FIAT 4-door sedan In
Tampa, exceptional 4 bedroom 2 .w NW llth Ave. Call 372-4682. (G- excellent condition with only 8,000
bath home, new electric kitchen. Brand New miles. $250 and take
1956 ELCAR MOBILE home with GIBSON TB-100 Tenor 64-2t-c). equity over
Over 60' storage space. Separate 9x18 Cabana, modifiedfor Banjo. MUST SELL. Call 29200or balance of $750. May be seen at
super .
work shop. Tree shaded patio. see at 240 R Fletcher. (A-64- 104 SW 8th Street after 5 p.m.
collegiate living. Perfect for 1962 AUSTIN-HEALEY 3000 Mark 4
Included. John
and dryer
Washer 2t-c). (G-54-tf-nc).
Dillon, 225 N. W. 26th Street. one or two students. 5 minutes n. 4 seater, fully equipped. Call
372-7658. (I-62-5t-c). from campus In quiet, perfect for Bob Swan at FR 2-9363 or see
study surroundings. Must sell now at the PKA House. Will consider FOR SALE a 1953 FORD. $160.
FOR SALE BY OWNER LEAVING -Available January 1st. Payments 1964 HONDA 250cc. $550 or best trade. (G-64-5t-c). Call 372-7226. (G-64-3t-c).
much lower than rent. Call 376- offer. Call 6-3758. Good condition.
AREA: Furnished duplex, leased
with income of $185. P.I.T.I.$117.Price 2688 before 5:30. (A-63-tf-c). (A-64-2t-p). 1960 PLYMOUTH, 4 door, '6

$15,800 good terms. To see cylinder. Low mileage. Real 1961 ALFA ROMEO pyder.$1250.
call 372-7658. (I-62-5t-c). clean. Only $595. Call FR 2-3251 MUST SELL NOW. Call Do Cook,
suite, light CHRISTMAS GIFT, New Beige after 6 p.m. (G-64-5t-c). 2-9363 or 2-9437, Pike House.
wood, formica
top. Bookcase
Sweater Suit, Size 38 12 (G-65-4t-c).
top, skirt.
double bed
springs and Must sell before MUST SELL NOW 1962 Chev. SS.
I T For SaleCONSOLE I mirror mattress and, double chest. Good dresser condition.with Keyserling, Box 13392 Christmas.University Bob Conv. -- 327 engine-positraction- 1959 HILLMAN-MINX door
$70. Call 6-2029 Station. (A-61-5t-p). bucket seats power glide on sedan red Interior. Steering
after 5:30 p.m. floor r & h new rubber 27000 wheel shift. R & II Good tires
(A-63-3t-c). actual miles. Can trade and Good mechanical condition $300or
TV. $35. Royal Type- finance. Call 376-2688 before 5:30 best offer. Phone 6- '08. (G-
writer -- like new. $75. Call G. E. REFRIGERATOR, excellent IDEAL HOME for University and (C-63-tf-c). 65-4t-c).
2--J783. (A-65-3t-c). condition, $25. Anodized T. V. Medical Center personnel. Lovely
antenna, 3 channel reception, $15. location 5 min. from Univ. 3 1964 VOLKSWAGEN, Ved sedan. 1957 DUICK SPECIAL. Radio
GRADUATING SENIOR must sell Argus slide projector, $15. Call bedroom, 2 bath with large living This car has only been driven and heater, fairly new tires, paintIn
2 year old Emerson air- 372-7322 after 6 8300 miles and Is like best
p.m.on weekdays. space. FHA financing. Call FR new. Only good condition. $395 or
conditioner, 10,000 BTU, Reverse (A-63-3t-c). 64097. (A-55-20t-c). $1450 for quick sale. 376-9964. offer. Call FR 6-0119 or 2-0395
Cycle. $100. Also good 1 year old (G-63-3t-p). between 5 and 7 p.m. (G-C5-4t-p).
bed. $25. Call 372-6158. (A-65- 3 BEDROOM 2 BATA, 2 year old -
3t-p). home. Carport, built-in kitchen. '62 SKYLINE 46x10, 2 BDR. MUST SELL-1956 MGA.Excellent 1964 CHEVROLET Impala SS.
Plenty of room. $500 down and Trailer for sale. Air conditioned. condition just painted. Radio White exterior, black Interior.
Outline of ROSSITER'S PARTIESand assume $75 per month payments. Very nice. Phone Hickory 11111 heater, spoke-wheels, WW. Call V-8, 4-In-the-floor. Like new.
POLITICS AMERICA. Call 1741 NW 55th Terr. Call 6-4323. Trailer Park, 376-3694, after 5:30 372-5942 after 3 o'clock. 111 SW Paul, 2-1436 or 6-5553. (G-65-
376-9142 ask for Lucian Prevatt, (A-62-7t-c). p.m. (A-57-tf-c). 10th Street. (G-63-5t-c). 4t-c).
Room 321. (A-65-lt-p). .

8 MM CANON MOVIE, zoom lens,
pistol grip, carrying case. Nearly OPEN SATURDAYS I
new. $110. Call 372-6474. (A-65- WSf UNTIL CHRISTMAS

3 DYNACO Amplifiers, 2 Dynaco
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1- Gary Keller Cites Hustle II II Florida Must Pass 1..

DICK DENNIS 20-yard stripes. But then a fumble,
__ ------- JEFF DENKI:WALTER Sports Writer pass Interception, or penalty often
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to spoil the touchdown
Sports Writer pops up
"Hustle is one of the greatest "To beat Louisiana State (LSU) drive.
attributes a basketball player can Florida will probably have to throw "LSU is blessed with two fine
have. You're bound in this gameto the football. The Bengal's linemenare quarterbacks -- Pat Screen and
make mistakes, but if you keep just to big and strong to move Billy Ezell. Screen is the better
hustling, it's surprising how many out of position with a running thrower, but Ezell is more con-
errors you can make up for." attack," said Assistant B-Team sistent. Both run well.
Such were the words of Gator Coach Larry Travis. "Don Swab, at 5-feet-9 and 195
forward Gary Keller. Head Head Florida football coach Ray pounds, is the hardest running full
basketball coach Norman Sloanis Graves added, "Physically, LSU back in the SEC. Halfback Joe
high on this 6 foot 9 sophomoreand possesses the strongest team in Labruzzo runs the 100-yard dashin
Includes him as a key man the Southeastern ConferenceSEC 9:8 and is a threat on an end
in the Gators' season's plans. ( )." sweep.
9Fp Probably much of Sloan's Defensive specialist Re ml Prud- "Moreau flankerback, has
optimism stems from the brilliant homme 6-foot-3, 245 pounds, was caught most of LSU's completed
record Keller had as a high school chosen on the first team of the passes. Swab powers through the
basketball star. Playing for Dixie UPI's All-SEC football squad. Offensive middle of the line on trap and
Hollins High in St. Petersburg end Doug Moreau was off-tackle thrusts" Travis con-
Keller twice led his team to the selected for the second team. tinued.
class AA championship. In his Offensive tackle George Rice,
senior year he averaged 32 pointsa 6-feet-3 and 250 pounds,and line- YAMAHA BMWMotorcycles
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Keller's hopes for stardom have 205 pounds were named to the
For The I
been thwarted by a bad pair of third group of All-Stars.
tonsils and an abscess.As "With Its big tough players, CYCLERAMA
IPjI the tall forward said, "I was LSU does not pursue much.Instead, 378-2811 21 SE 2nd Place
j bothered by my tonsils all last the players control their zones,
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year and had to be kept off the and .the linebackers make a
team. Last summer I had my majority of the tackles," Travis
abscess operated on and my tonsils explained. TV
removed." "LSU has switched to a pro-
Asked if he felt any Ill-effects, type offense this season with a wide HIFIRADIOS
Keller replied, "No, on the flanker and a split end. In the past
contrary I feel as strong as ever, LSU relied on a power, ball-
i'j, if not stronger. I worked with the control offense. Now the Tigers
weights over the summer,and right try to run around you, and are
GARY KELLER rebounds over head of Jim Guy, 43. now I'm in as good a shape as throwing a lot more passes." HOME & AUTOPHONOGRAPHS
I've been for a long time." LSU has swept to a 7-1-1 this
I Asked about the Gator basketball season, losing only to national
Cagers Face SfefsonFresh squad this year Keller answered, champion Alabama. The Tigers
"I think we have the ingredientsto have been a low-scoring unit, but
be one of the strongest teamsin the defense has been stingy on the COLLEGE RADIO SHOPUNIVERSITY
from an opening victory lleoderson and Tom Baxley. the Southeastern ConferenceSEC Scoreboard also.
over Virginia Military, the Flor- Baxley and Henderson lead the ( ). Of course a lot dependson Statisticallyhe Bengals have 81TW
lad basketball team takes on the Gators against VMI with 17 points injuries and the like, but I moved the ball well between the two AVE

Stetson Hatters tomorrow mightat each. feel that If we ,keep working like
8 p.m. In the Florida Gym. Coach Sloan said his team looked"a we have In practice we'll be a
The freshmen Gators playa little ragged' in their first fine squad." I'ti's.FiEih.
game prior to the varsity till at game, but he hopes his sopho- "I expect Vanderbilt North
5:30 p.m. mores have gotten over their first Carolina, Miami Kentucky and
Norm Sloan's cagers will again game Jitters and will settle down Tennessee to be our strongest
be lead by beteran guards Brooks against Stetson. opponents," Keller said. "Theyall igh-t;

c.J' possess fine material. Miami
IN THE WHIRLPOOL. 0cC has Rick Barry, North Carolinahas
Billy Cunningham and a
sophomore named Bob Lewis whomI A.Th4e. ; UlhpT t
wBRUCE expect to give us trouble. B
"When a team has this caliber
acv ;
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ii # ; CAIWIaVS: LIFEr

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r- They Have A Passionate Devotion I

CHARLIE BUSH Less than 13 minutes is available for bands during members In a kind of "short hand" that looks
Staff Writer half-time. The larger part of the Gator Band's like this: "L1/2S 8, MP; TR 16; MT 8."
alloted six and a half minutes is taken up with All band members possess a drill manual which
They have a passionate devotion to their art--these entrance, fanfare and traditional school songs thus explains the meaning of the abbreviations.
members of the Gator Marching Band. leaving a maximum of only three minutes for Coordination between the marching band on the
The football crowd see a brilliantly executed development of the "show" portion of the field and the drill chart is so perfect that the chart
performance by the band at the half.time show of a performance.But shows where any given band member Is on every
football game never fully comprehending the amountof in their original lengths "Marche Slave" beat of the music, and even which foot he Is leading
planning, organization and rehearsal that went runs 11 minutes and "Fourth Symphony" runs 25. off with to take his next step.
into it.Last. New arrangements were written. The drill charts must be completed a full two
Saturday at the Miami game UP heard the Last Saturday "Slave" was 95 seconds in length weeks In advance of the game.
music that was selected a year in advance by RichardW. and "Symphony" took up only 85 seconds. On Tuesday before the game the Cator Marching
Bowles, director of the Gator Band. When an arrangement has been completed copiesare Band meets Inside the music building at 4 p.m. for '"
Usually, published arrangements do not take Into then distributed to the 128 members of the Gator indoor rehearsal. The music and drill charts are
account the special problems of a half-time show Marching Band. distributed. The band has its first look at what it
and a new arrangement must be made by Bowlesand With the music problem out of the way attention must do flawlessly the coming Saturday afternoon.
asst. director Robert Foster. turns to drill charts. The band runs through the music with Bowles
Tschaikowsky's "Marche Slave" and "Fourth Bowles and Foster plot the movements and conducting while a tape recording Is made. The
Symphony" selected for last Saturday's game poseda formations of the band on a "maneuver board" Gatorettes will use the tape to practice their
real problem. and then write out detailed instructions for bandASST. choreography.Band .
... --- rehearsal is over at 5:15 p.m.
UF TootsIts Tuesday evening Head Majorette and
choreographer Tay Tanya meets with her two
HornMARGIE assistants Carolyn Johnson and Jean Perry to study
the tape.
GREEN Tay, a graduate student in education and math
teacher at Westwood Junior High, In in frequent
Staff Writer demand as a Judge and clinician for the United
States Twirling Association and with the Florida
The biggest charge in Dixie-- .a Y dto Bandmasters Association.
and UF has it. Often the girls begin planning the choreographyweeks
Gator Band's charge horn is the before the game. Once they have the tapeit
world's largest herald trumpet, is a matter of timing each move precisely.
according to Robert Foster, Wednesday afternoon all 18 Gatorettes meet to
assistant band director. He said practice their movements in time with the tape.
the trumpet is about seven feet The Gatorettes spend an average of more than an
long. It takes two people to hold it hour In practice for each minute they will performon
up and one person to play it. the field. They sometimes practice six days a
"The horn was my father's week.
idea," Foster said, "and he builtit. Contrary to the policy of most large universities
." UF majorettes are given no scholarship or stipend.The .
According to Foster It Is brass Gatorettes often practice 'Independently of
instrument. Some parts of the the marching band until Friday afte.noon.
trumpet were taken from other Wednesday afternoon at 4 p.m. the band meets on
musical instruments. The bell is Harris Field. It is the first time the band has had .,
from a baritone and parts of a a chance to practice the new drills. Bowles stands
bass and a tenor trombone were atop the 22-foot tower shouting directions through a
use d. The mouth piece is a megaphone.
trombone mouth piece. The Gator Marching Band does not practice on
"The trumpet was originallybuilt Thursday.
to promote a music camp," Friday is the crucial day. As band members and
he said. Gatorettes march onto Harris Field under the batonsof
"When it was built it was decided drum majors Cordon Shelter and Randy Williams
that it would be the biggest trumpet, they realize lull well the Importahce of the day's
since a photographer will always practice. It tho game Is a home game they may look
take pictures of the biggest some- H forward to an additional practice session on Saturday
thing," he added. uo w morning before the game, but If the lame Is away
the afternoon Is their last chanceto
"We've never lost yardage when Friday practice
the horn is played," he said, "andit achieve perfection before, public performance on
is used on defense only. Saturday.How .
"Last week when Tom Stidum,
assistant band director, playedthe BAND DIRECTOR Robert Foster maps out theband's
charge we recovered fumble. can a group of 128 Individuals be turned
We consider it our lucky horn." holf-time strategy. Into a single body, capable of the most difficult

,- --- precision drills, after only three hours of practice?
The answer Is one of three factors (1) advance
'W" planning, as wt have already seen (2) the high
\ degree of musical competency of each band member
(3) an outstanding band spirit.
This spirit, this dedication the bandsmen have
for their art.is the real driving force of the Gator
Marching Band.
21k Many large university marching bands have a very
r high percentage of music majors, a complete band
scholarship program, and rehearsal time frequentlyIn
excess of tell hours a week.
At the UF the band Is one of the aspects of
general education with music majors making up
less than 15 per cent of the band enrollment.This .
1 broad base of campus-wide participation Is
one of the strengths of the Gator Band and leadsto
e the development of outstanding band spirit.
Also contributing to band spirit I* the "Gator
Band Aide" which claims to be "the finest
college band newspaper in Gainesville." ,
Known for its Infectious good humor the
"Band-Aid relates the amazing adventures of
t jJ "Super Band Man," the Gator equivalent of"Wonder
: : Wart-Hof."

1k Band spirit may be seen manifested In the Informal
*' "P.p Band." Members of the Gator Band are called ,,
upon to perform, on a voluntary basis, for pep
rallies, team send-offs, and other functions where
pep music Is appropriate.
_'Ita._ __ ---. .- The Gator Band will not perform at the L8U-

.and the band holds inside skull sessions. Florida calM this Saturday la Baton Roue.


12, The Florida Alligator, Friday, Dec. 4, 1964 .

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Jelly sandwiches for a after high school. They played next trimester," Kyan added. $;:::
nickel, peanut butter and jelly around clubs in Virginia All three members of the ;:::jjj:::::::
for a dime and ham for fifteen Beach, Va., Ryan's hometown, group play the guitar and Jim :#::::$::
cents are available at during the summer. Stanley, the third member who ':;:::::::

"Moonlight" with a song. "I'm the only one left right plans to enter next fall, plays :;:::::
"Moonlight is the name now," Ryan said, "but my old the banjo. :;:::::::::
for Phi Kappa Tau's own doityourself partner will be at school next Ryan has sung at the Bro- |::|:x::|
restaurant which year. I've also asked Robbie ward Hall Hootenany and the |;:|:::jj:::
opens at 11 p.m. each night, Blake.to join us." WGGG Hootenany at the :::::j:
and Keith Ryan, proprietor Robbie Blake, who met Ryan Gainesville Music. Center.- :::::::::
of "Moonlight," supplies the at Gator Growl, will complete ;:&::1:::

music. the new Churchkey trio. "I've always wanted to be :::::::::;
Ryan, who sang at Gator "We don't pretend to be a doctor ever since I was ::::$:::::!
Growl and pre-Frolics this ethnic," Ryan said. "We just little," Ryan said, "but :::::::::::::
year at UF got his start in want to present as wide a right now singing comes ::: ;::

vocalizing in a high school range as possible of folk music before, anything else." ;::::::::::
talent show, and his Interest ..serious ballads, spirituals,

has grown since. and run the gamut of songs, "My parents think it's |ii:$::
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Five UP architecture students of $75 for first place and $25
UF students will celebrate ChaNukah the Hillel Foundation. Santa will make his campus debut have won honors in an architecture for second place, the prizes include
Sunday at 6 p.m. with the for the year Saturday from 2 to design competion sponsored by the expense paid trips to the
second annual festival dinner at The dinner, being prepared by 4 p.m. at the Pi Lambda Phi Florida Sollte Company. annual Florida Association of
students, will include the lighting house when brothers sponsor their Architects convention.
of the traditional candles, the recitation 12th annual Christams Party for

PATRONIZE of special prayers and a all university children.Refreshments First place winners are Robert ,
narration of the holiday story. and presents will A. Harris, James 0. McGlnely
be given to each guest. Members Jr., and Louis E. Kiszonak III.
GATOR The chicken dinner complimented of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority will Second place awards go to ClydeA.
by traditional holiday serve as hostesses. Bra<*y and Don R. Duer.In I
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