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Title: The Florida alligator
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Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: December 7, 1964
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Got Clubbed, P.2; Slips Waved, P.3 ''i

The _Florida I
Pee/sRevea/ecl/ /

What has been termed by New
ALLIGATOR Orange Peel editor,Don Federmanas
the "finest New Peel ever to
hit today.this campus" goes on sale

_ Vol. 57, No. 66 Monday, Dec. 7, 1964 The Peel can be obtained at
University of FloridaGainesville the Campus Club, Hub, Library,
Engineering Building, Matherly,
Med Center, and Peabody.

. UF Students Riot, 16 Are Arrested I

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Melee Ends
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: In Panty Raid

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City Editor

I An unruly mob of almost 3,000
? students roamed up and down West
: \ : University Avenue and 13th Street
-3 for almost two hours Saturday
night, burning palm trees and
kII ) setting bon fires in at least two
J )4JaI: Intersections during what was
: claimed: to be a victory celebrationfor
t UF's football win over LSU.
Sixteen UF students were
arrested.A .
panty-raid at the elrls'dorms
climaxed the night's activities but
police kept this last affair from
getting started by locking the
t dorms and standing guard at the

(UPI Said 8,000 P. 10))

When the football game was
over, a cheering crowd of 2,000-
3,000 excited students began a
Tc; :; march to the Intersection of 13th ,

. ,-:1 '- _t4. ;'!y.IslL[ Street and University Avenue and
proceeded to build a bonfire In
the street. Firemen and police
JACK BE NIMBLE and quick is the good word as students jump a newly built victory fire In front of the CollegeInn officers were dispatched and the .t

(Cl) on West University Avenue just as a firecracker explodes scattering sparks and smoke. riot was on.Twentytwo. off-duty officers

were called In to quell the
:..:.:.:..:.:..:..:..:..:.:..:.:.:..:..:-.:.:..:.:.!:..:.:.:..:!:..:.:!.:.!::.:.!::.:?EDITORIAL::::::::::::::::::::::::%fakv.:::::::::::::::::::.:::::::::::::{: disturbance. Fire trucks were kept
busy running fromono Intersectionto
II' #r another putting out bonfires 1
..e Traffic was snarled on the two ,

!1 J Men, We're Ashamed r.. hours.main arteries for almost two I I

Pleas to disperse, coming from I
:::; Very frankly we're ashamed. ::: portable loudspeakers, were ,
::; Some way It was the football game and the fact the Gators :: Ja drowned out by Die chants of
1::: beat seventh-ranked LSU. Others say it was the trimester and :::' "Damn good flre" from the '
:::; all the pressure that caused Saturday night's riots. :: ; students. The police were forced
to declare: the streets and sidewalks -

;!: We say It was neither. We say it was a group of spoiled, r: of the two boundaries of
:::: irresponsible babies who showed they aren't even ready for the :; the campus "riot areas" and gave
:;:: responsibilities of college life let alone those of the adult worlJ. r; 1'w ; the students five minutes to leaveor
'rf become subject to arrest. The
:: And frankly, we're ashamed. :: chanting and fires continued. The I
::::. Fires In the street, burned palm trees, torn-down signs, an ::S helmeted I police, armed with nightsticks '
:: alternated panty-raid. How childish can one get? ,- 4ti moved In. ,
U Sixteen students were arrestedon
:::: Shortly after 11 p.m. Saturday, gangs of students were running :.: 'j cfurges ranging from being
:::: towards 13th Street and West University Avenue yelling "RIot, :" drunk to resisting arrest with
.:r::: riot, riot." r.. ': violence. City officer Jerry
Gerard Injured his band on a
:::: Students---girls as well as b ::;: we don't mean at the drill field where an organized pep rally : a scuffle. Officer Marshall
: bonfire We out In the streets with the rr '
: and big was. mean police
Strlc land was hit on the back
and firemen from the city. 'r fl
with a piece of lumber Intendedfor
the bonfire and may have t
And we were ashamed.
: .
i few cracked or broken ribs. 1
: We don't buy this malarky about "good clean fun" and "college '
;. pranks" and "boys will be boys." We call It overgrown juveniles '/ 4 (Continued on Page 3))
most of whom use their parents' pocketbooks to come up here J..'
and "raise bell." .'
Staff MeetingThere

: wnat do: you want from college?Do you even know? We wondered :;; will be a meeting of
Saturday night :::: _vo.. all those Interested In workIng -
Perhaps YOU'RE wondering today. x: on the Alligator next trimester
We hope so. Because we're ashamed, ashamed of our student % A GAINESVILLE policeman ft caught by a cam- in the Alligator office,
body and Its behavior Saturday night. Florida Union basement at
... era as he attempts to haul away an uncooperative ,

.',:-;.:vi: 7..::=:vflgggsqaaare: gd'W.4 ,i ...... ::: ::::::.:.11 Mr' jj z! UF student nabbed near TIgert Hall. 4:00 p.m. Tuesday afternoon.I .




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GATOR WIN sparks demonstration of over 3,000 students around 11:30 p.m. Saturday at the UF main entrance near Tigert Hall.

I and Avenue. Later students flocked to the CI where they I
Shouts of "come on, come on, led the mob toward 13th Street University

"played games" until police managed to disperse them about midnight.

Student RecountsHis

Part in RiotBRUCE

Sports Editor

3t "Those cops were awful mad, especially the guy that
was clubbing me."
This was how a sophomore described the student riot
at the corner of University Avenue and 13th Street Saturday

was just an Innocent bystander," he said. "I was just
standing there, and then all of a sudden these guys were

; hanging onto me.
i "One of them clobbered me over the head.

N "Everybody gathered at the corner and started the fire,"
the student said, "and the cops were just watching until
t *x somebody decided to pull down the traffic light."
Then the students moved to the center of the street and
sti hoisted one student up to the light,according to the sophomore.
"Then the police just moved in and clubbed everybody out
from under the guy under the light," he said.
-149'L' 'It was all pretty funny up to that point.
"The cops grabbed everybody they could get," he said.
"An officer took the student's identification card, but he was
not arrested.
"You're identification card will be turned over to Dean
(Frank) Adams," said Lt. W. L. Beach of the Gainesville
: Police Department, when the student asked him "what's goingto
tt happen?"
"He (Lt. Beach) said I could get the card back If I went to
the police station, but who wants to go there," said the student.
"It's Just the same old story," said Lt. Beach, when

CURFEW PROTECTION doesn't help two coeds sported by police in the student questioned about the riot.
I "I can't understand "
why they're celebrating, said one
riot this weekend.
officer. "The team's lost three games."



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plus fire means victory dance for five Gator fans.
Saturday night's street riots.

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DecZ: 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 3I

I Couples Embrace As Panties Wave I

said, "Nothing was waved out of a trash chute fire In Yulee Hall verslty Police. We even led themIn remembered" the C.I. doesn't sell
YVETTE CARDOZOStaff set off fire alarms. The crowd a few cheers" he said. beer.
any window. Inside the dorms, a few girls
Writer She said, however, that a few moved to Yulee to watch the girlsas
"We invited. them to the C.I. yelled from the windows. Some
Couples embraced as usual on girls yelled "chicken"and similar they filed out of the dorm for beer while trying to get them slept through the entire riot. But
the porch of Broward Hall and taunts from the windows. dressed In coats and hair curlers. away from the dorms, but It didn't most gathered quietly at darkened
girls filed out of Reid Hall for a "The girls saying good nightto The girls were called back and work," Holllman said. "Someone windows to watch.
fire drill Saturday night.A boy friends on the porch were assembled on the porch before .
ordered In. Theydidn't more than a few dozen left the:
hundred yards away, police surprised from dorm to dorm. A fire alarm
tried to contain rloting.UF studentsas think the crowd was dangerous dorm, according to Reid Hall resi- Riot was touched off by a small fire
said Mrs. Wells. dent assistant Cathy Brown.
Broward Hall girls waved their of
trash chute inside one
slips and yelled from the windows."A Less than one-third of the Bro "We had just about talked the (Continued from Page 1)) the a dorms and the freed coeds
number of girls In the North ward Hall girls were outside duringthe boys into leaving, but that fire outsideIn
arrested to move
Bonds for the students happily began
East riot because of an order from drill started them up again,
wing and
were waving slips
drill fashion to
ranged from $100 to a total of normal fire
Dean of Student Affairs Frank T. Holllman.Holllman.
yelling 'come and get them',
mob. This
$600. The riot lasted until about join the cheering
said University Police Lt. Vernon Adams to lock up all girls dorms. thought the was
1:45 a.m. Of the 16 students action was nipped In the bud by
Holllman. Normal curfew on Saturday nightIs "fairly good-natured.
"This is the first time I can arrested, only four were nativesof 110m man, his men and dorm
But Mrs. Andrea Wells,resident 1:30 a.m.
and two advisors.For .
the state of
counselor for West Broward Hall As the crowd began to disperse, remember students cheering Uni-
I were from foreign countries. once, the campus police,
Major damage on the campus long the object of student jokes
Itself was confined to several signs and pranks, were actually cheeredby
pulled up for use as fuel for the the students for their good-
bonfires. In the area of the drill natured spirit about the whole

TODAY field some temporary bleacherswere thing.
partially torn down and "Had there been a real ringleader -
burned. A few palm trees went In the group we would have
up In smoke. A fire was built been In for some solid trouble,"
on top of a portable tower used Holllman said. "It appeared to be
'' : by Gator coach Kay Graves and a truly spontaneous erruptlon of
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.'. ." .' the burning tower was then pushed spirit. Any destruction on the
'" .
," Avenue. rame as an afterthought*
onto West University campus
,.l 'ft'" '{I' It "'J' '':' .
': tr University Police Lt. V. K. I believe."
Holllman reported that he called In the wee hours of the-

'. '!':; out a total of 25 men to keep the morning, as weariness and the
: ;:< : ;: mob under control as It move ,i more serious thoughts of final'
;. the campus In the area of the exams beginning next week
t .f women's dorms, about 1 a.m. overtook jubilant students the mob
.. ;:"'.":\ As coeds, locked Inside theirdorms began to die down and thin out.
/ at 11:19 p.m. instead of The cause of the celebration, a

the usual 1:30 a.m. curfew, waved football victory In Baton Rouge,
various articles of clothing out was almost forgotten by the time

windows, the crowd, now mostlymen the Gator team arrived back In

cheered loudly and moved Qainesvtlle.JOIN .


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Let Them GraduateThe

University of Florida is becominga
cold and depersonalized school. Far too

often the students are treated as nothing .h

more than student numbers and "walkingfee

receipts." A student is a person; he

likes to feel as though the school considers

him human, complete with all the

expectations and emotions that human

beings possess.

Every student on this campus is here

for a reason: to receive his diplomaand
through the work which is symbolizedby

that diploma be better equipped to

face the modern world. The moments of

his graduation are remembered

throughout the entire life of the individual.But 30WALKER -

the university says that it is just

too expensive_ to hold a graduation exercise II

each trimester."Oh The same mi. Webb we mentioned before,
LUNDY who has been a friend slnce/mr junior year in
the administration Editor high school.We shall always be eternally grateful
says "you
for his and will
help always consider a corner
can come for spring graduation if you This is a"30" column. of our diploma as belonging to him...
"SO" is
For you un-journalistic types,
want to." papermen's lingo for "The End," "That'sAll Paul Hendrick, who has as many enemies as
student body politician and Student
any past
"No More and-for this college student-
Somehow it just wouldn't be the same ,
"gradua tion." Body president but who doesn't deserve them...
to graduate officially in December, and This editor has waited almost four and one- Ray Graves, a good coach and friend and a
fine man..and the host of who worked
the half to "30" to UF. It has beena people
go through exercises in April, even if years say
with us on the Alligator, all of whom we consider
long, hard, tear-stained, sweat-filled journeyfull
it would be POSSIBLE for all the December friends and close ones too.
of long nights, early mornings, failed tests,
graduates to return to campus in April. bleary eyes, and tired tired bones. Also part of our recollections of UF are
We can think back over the past 51 months, those others, long gone and departed. Some
We think the administration has for-
and the million and one-half Alligators we've graduated, some married, some flunked, but
gotten why the student numbers are hereto edited since January; and think of memorieswe all gone. They leave as we do but UF remains

start with.Students. shall never forget, the good, good friendswe the same.
will always consider ours, the enemies, Before we start blubbering in our typewriter,
which we've already begun to forget, the oddities let us touch for moment on UF itself.
are humans too. Each about UF that we couldn't forget if we tried. Those miles and miles of red tape..the

December graduate has studied with the These four years have been full ones, ones thousands of people who are never in their
office when have to them..the things
we will never forget. you
thought in the back of his mind of that that
The freshman year- never seemed to work..the campus police-
special graduation moment. The Alligatorasks orientation week, those food service..Student Government..the Honor

the administration not to allow this typhoid shots or whatever they System..the Legislative Council..Political
were.our first prog, a 9 parties...me.
I school to remain so cold that it will not percentile and the shock of AND NOW OUR LAST WILL--To the Leg-
even permit the December graduates to cold water in the face. islative Council we leave the keys to The Alli-
i Our second year and soph- gator, the only thing they ever seemed to really
graduate.Let omore-ltis..bad grades and want.

them have their moment in the sun ; probation...the glorious --the Honor System, we leave the Great
shaving cream and water Pumpkin. It doesn't really exist either.to .
let them
fights of Georgia Seaele Hall -- Fred Hedstrom, we leave an empty
where we lived..the realizaLUNDY can of red paint to use on Sammy Seminole.to .
tion at the year's end that -- Dr. Reitz, we leave an open window
The FloridaALLIGATOR perhaps one had to do with the other..the mid- so he could be in touch with students and
night shows at the State Theatre on Saturday really realize their problems.to .
nlghts..don't guess there are many around who .. studentswho riot over nothing, we leavea
remember them. one-way ticket to somewhere else.to .
Served by United Pies International Junior Year-our academic recovery, muchof -- Ernie Litz, the new Alligator editor,
which we owe to John V. Webb, journalism we leave a whip and a prayer book. He'll

Editor ......... ........... .... ........... .. .Wjlker Lui>d>' professor and genuine friend of students...the need both.to .
Maturing Editor ............................... .Joel' C 1&ton introduction to the basement of the Union -- the campus police, we leave J. Edgar
Assistant Ifaiujlnf Editor ................ ....Nancy Brachey and the Alligator as sports editor...our first Hoover's phone number to use In case somethingbig
Assistant )ILiiuf, Editor .... ............. .Dave Brrkowitz amazement that the paper even came out under ever breaks.to .
Editorial Pare Editor ............... .... ....... .Ed Barter the conditions it must endure... -- Food Service, we leave all the silver-
Sports Pace Editor .. ...... ................... Bruce Dudley The last year and the home stretch..the ware we've ever stolen. We may even throW
City Editor ... ..... ..... .. .....................sUp H3\'ts.r chase for that diploma has been a long one... In the two potted palms in our bathroom as a
Campus Living Editor .......................Donlta Mathlson we've come limping into the finish line, hoping bonus.and
the professors won't notlce..the realization that to the poor souls who are still reading'

"I Editorial Assist ant*..Jim Ca Hello. Ann C Jrtf'r. Don Federman sleep is man's highest form of existence, this column, we leave amazing grace.
Tova Levin, Ernie Litz (Circulation Manager). Stan Kulp (Cartoonist that rack...The Alligator squating like a ten- We thank the people close to us for puttingup
), Ron Spencer. Gary Swallow, Steve Vaughn,Sam Ullman.I ton weight on our head..two more to E0...one with our sometimes-Irritable, sometimes-
I can never know what it's like to be editor grouching ways and for still staying friends
Reporters: Patti Pits (Student Government Beat Chief. Joe of this thing until he's been...here we are through it aU.Goodnight .
i Kollln, Bob Golub, Joe Waldorf. Sharon Kelley. Yxette Cardozo. crying again. Dr. Reitz, whereever you are.
. Frank Sbepard, Lee Alexander. Agnes Fowles. Tnelnu Mosiman, And now it's over. Goodbye college and hello life. It's fl**
i'' Marjorie Green Evan Lanfbeln. David Kennedy. Terry Posers. Of course we don't get a graduation ceremony to be back.
Susie Halback:, Jeffrey Denkewalter, Dick Dennis. Beverly Faber. but we're sort of glad. A graduation ceremony Thirty.LETTER.
Dick Schneider Greg Seltz, Sue Dobbie. Lortaine Vlsrardi, Ami would seem too much like a COllege and not
\ Saperateln, Maureen Collins, Anne Gartrell, K.1th"Jlhr.. enough like the Old UF we know.
Barbara Lltt Eunice I. Tall Glenn Lanej This old place is full of people whom we'll :
always remember and cafe for
and a few who
tm FLORIDA ALLIGATOR' Is the official student newspaperof we can well do without from now on.
the University of Florida and Is published five times weekly Some folks who will always give us warm, Oh Yeah?
ec.pt durtac May, Jane and July when It Is published semi happy membories when we think of them
ekly. Only editorials represent the official opinion of The H. C. (Buddy) Davis the Great Zot, who teaches
Al :if&tor. Columns represent only the opinions of their authors. like a wagon master with whip In hand, but EDITOR:
"Tb Apr. J* entered as second class putter at the Unite honestly the finest instructor the UF has, bar
State Poet Offlc at Gainesville. none... Ken Kendall who loaned us $6 when RE: Jim Moorhead's column of Dec. 4tju;
needed It and who Is also an excellent Who can't fumble footballs and win games
I In-
structor... Joseph Varon. 4tO

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1 1 I 1 Dames Meet Womens' Club MeetThe Officers Elected $.,i

1 : The Arts and Science Dames International Women's Delta Sigma Pi, professional ;$!:,:1':.:'.
;=;:::|:: will meet Wednesday Dec. 9, Club will hold its Christmas business fraternity |ij ...'
:::::::: at the home of Dr. and Mrs. meeting tonight at 8 in the elected the following officers: |:|:.::.:
:::::::1:: John Baxter, 1917 NW 12th University Women's club elected the following officers. ::$:::::.::.:
'::::::| Road. Guest speaker will be house. The meeting will :|:::::::
:::::;:j the Rev. Thaxton Springfield. feature a program on President, Anna Kennel; g tiS;::.:}.
Christmas decorating by Mrs. senior vice president Andy :?::::
..1f..;i. Peel Pictures Clifford Boyd and a programof Hogan; vice president John ::::tiSSS:.:.
::::;::| New Orange Peel editors French Christmas carols Wayne; treasurer, Russ >::::::::::
::::::| and photographers will have by Mrs. L. B. Adams and Chisholm; secretary, Reed :::
:::::::| their Seminole pictures taken Mrs. Michel Cuenod.Refreshments Parish; chancellor Robert S:::::::
:::::: at 3 p.m. in Room 15 Florida will be Rowell and historian Bill $::
::::::: Union. served and faculty members Baldwin. g::
1: as well as international women :
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I Children's Party students and wives of inter- Initiation :
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national students are Invited. ''ti
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I A children's Christmas :::::
i:;::: party, open to children of Freshman Counci I Pi Sigma Alpha, national ij:::; For all those baubles 'n' bangles,
::::: students, faculty and staff,will political science honorary ::::
::;:::: be held Tuesday, 4 to 5 p.m. The Freshman Council will society, recently held its &:::1 Lingerie lovelies, blouses,
.::;:::: in the Florida Union Social hold its last meeting of the winter initiation-banquet. L ft::: ; The fittin'est slim pants and skirts,
.::1;;: Room. It is being sponsored trimester tonight at 7:30 in ;:::
: Little dresses--short long---
:::;f:| by the Florida Union Board. Room 234 Florida Union.Dean Initiated were Edward ,:::: or
::::::::| Parents should call Mrs. Lester Hale Dean Byron Abbott, Richard Bohan, :s:x:: Designed for fun evenings
::::::;:: Lillian Satin, 6-3261, Ext. Hollinshead and Associate Kathleen Burch Lee Fennell, :k:::ti PLUS
::;| 2471, before noon today and Registrar Richard Whitehead Valentine Gabaldon, Don ::,:
::::::::) give the number of children will answer questions on Gordon, Paul Hendrlck, Philip :#::::j The Prettiest Gift Wrapping In Town
::;::;::: and adults planning to attend. freshmen problems. All Kelley Richard Schuster, ;::::::: 9
::;:::::: Refreshments entertainment Council members should Kirby Smith and Vernon ::iv::: anlkiinsTOWN & COLLEGE SHOP
::::: and gifts will be presented. attend. Swartsel. :;::$:
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::::: Suzanne Hllliker was ;:::::::;:::

:::1:1::; elected president of Kappa :11::
::::::::; Alpha Theta, social sorority, ::::::::
:;:::::: last week. Other officersS::|:;:::;: 4
:::::;::; include: ::!;;:::::
::::; Marty Joiner first vicex:|;;:'::: Y YR
:::;::::: president; Katherine Duda,:|:;::|;::|;::
:.:;.::.:;.: second vice president; Kathy:.;:;:;:::
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::::::::| Linda Hlelmancorresponding:;:::;:::::
::::::::| secretary; and Jean Burk-:::::;::;:
::::: holder, treasurer. :::;:::

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Job CreditStudents

of .. ... '!.,
In. the School
Journalism and Communicationsmay
get college credit for working
this summer on professional
According to journalism pro-
fessor John Paul Jones students
who plan to work on newspapersin rIi;
Florida this summer may gel '
three hours credit if they follow .
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"Because a student can't get
credit for a course unless he is
enrolled in the course, we planto
give him credit for JM-430
when he returns the following fall,"
Jones said.Students.
working en papers must
file weekly reports on what they
are doing, Jones said. They also
must contact a member of the "LRe. ?
journalism staff before they leave
and after they come back.
Grading is conducted by the
student's Immediate superior. t
Jones presently believes only I
in-state papers will be acceptable.The _
program is associated with the .....eIeJ, 4.41 C./.W
Associated Press Association of

connected Florida and with those the newspapers association.Most Miss America steps out on campusin }

large daily papers In Florida
will be considered in the college
credit program according to the high-stepping Oldsmobile 4 }-

"This doesn't mean it cannot be
done on other papers though," If you can tear your eyes off pretty Vonda Kay Van Dyke for a moment, we'd like to tell you

Jones added. about the car: Oldsmobile's new 442. Earns its name from a 400-cu.-in., 345-bhp V-8 .
The purpose of the program,
according to Jones, is to give 4-barrel carb and twin pipes. Red-line tires, heavy-duty suspension, three transmission

students practical experience In availabilities liven up the package-no matter which F-85 V-8 coupe or convertible you
field before they graduate.It .
their also gives potential employersa pick for your 4-4-2 :action! But the real clincher is price: '-'-2 prices slats lower

chance to get acquainted with than any other high-performance car in America designed everyday driving!

the"It students.Is a trial period for both Vonda, by the way, is not included. But that's no problem for a tiger like you I

students and employers," Jones Writ* t9f '..4-4-' t..wlwo .., O'fI.Q.'II "...,.,., ,..,,1


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d .Wouldn't' you call this a thoughtful -
to give Huge 1st Fed. Bank Lot ,;, / way to wish someone" a very .
it 4 Merry Christmas? Gifts that last

climb down! w" ,, do seem- appropriate at this time of year.
1 For help in giving the lasting gifts of

Christmas: see the thoughtful people at

our Campus Federal Credit Union, they're'

J S / specialists in making Christmas merrier

V GIFT I V ,, with an eye on the budget. Main office In
225! West Avenue
& ?"}.. V Building J. extension 2073; branch office

CERTIFICATE I \ gj! ] GAiCIA AMSASSAOtUK. A quality t V. In the lIt"alth Center extension' : 5107. o
reel for surfcaslinj! trolling boa Campus Federal' d1A1-a-loan service:
Join filing and heavy fresh; water. C a 3762250 anytime' or nlgh ...*
1 ABU-MAEIC \TO.\7 Audible, ,, Holds 220-yds. 15-lb. monofilament V 'v o
guarantees s t the p perfect g gift x ing drag Blgnlt g,, l. Slaliona"wonV r t or 200-yds. 15-lb. brei"V 7 t
s spool 1 no line twist. SwIMui ed line. Includes vaddle< lealh ersating
) (at your own price) bushings. Instant cxchanp cane spare. pam and oiler. Shp,. y '<
\ of spools hags. Wt.: 1 Mb.5000A32IS 0
0 .. no parU."' Spool / . .lUloil, .
'. pre-filled with 120) yds, IMb. $iSS 00
for f every man on your list I. tl I! Platy _
\" OUR PRICE 32.85
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: 170A1IS5. "Retail $$31.8 e
OUR PRICE 18.85 5 0

e ... T., }, ) CHEL200. choice< :of nichi l. I \ai. 0
? or Let( -HanA' Models THpoola ", I,
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-. with each.... .reel. Push"' ,button,. f # e Q A 0
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light salt water fishing .
Weight of reel.. 11 otv Shippur r. _
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)A .i 'a 'Iii, ,filled. $$110. .

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; J I / watch with 'famous 'faceted
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Selling ZENITH Since t t.t."t." ., I "" 211 W University Are thetic sapphire) crystal y ,$$100.
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speakers' *fith permanent extension cords -- 25 feet

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One stroke automatic folding. Raising stereo fridge with C.E. ManMade diamond and 0
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t tends the wheels to a wide 23Lowering %/ e
O th closest t the I retract. >le cartridge tone arm-low mass, low with 112 Color I SlidesGiving I ,

,. ., WEEK-AT-A-GLANCE wheels to a nrrow": width. New tracking i ressure. -- Dual-channel stereo' ampll- k
o >, 12" Cast Aluminum Spoke Wheels/ tie r with 4 watts peak e
smart styling
with ball New Cast Aluminum '" tit
; bearings. -4 4 s spef P d own changer with 11 inch turntable
e r Seat. RP. OF T T.V. FAVORITES o 0 t 1ti
45 spindle
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writing. Indexed address section hlle> ft operated projector I,+ .
when/ ,
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an extra s special p satisfaction in finding g just 1 the right ri g .. i g ,

Christmas card for each person you want to remem I ... E5::! "-e, tt.I+I Ir ''I tJ''R, i P'JT&Y CO C. ,*.I

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cards by Hallmark, you can select greetings for rela V
tives teachers office friends pastor and others. 106 W. University Ave. AROUND ,/1/
1 In.d downtown t Gainesville, .I.I ,'', 1 L S-skot"' 'repeater with. h t target; t and d 10 .soft Q A Q Q West/ tUniv. Ave at 6th St.it" .

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8, The Florida Alligator i Monday, Dec. 7, 1964



r For RentONE r I Autos I I' WantedMALE I I Real EstateFOR I I Personal ]

MODERN OILS: Paintings of new,
BEDROOM Apartment, girlsor 1962 AUSTIN-HEALEY, 3000 MarkII. ROOMMATE to share 3 SALE
married couple only. 2 blocks 4 seater, fully equipped. Call bedroom apartment near campus. bedroom, 2 bath home: Central but nationally exhibited for'those artist are
who have
from campus. Phone 372-6695 Bob Swan at FR 2-9363 or see $40.00 per month plus utilities. heat, built-in kitchen, and large now
evenings or come by 915 S. W. at the PKA House. Will consider Call Reed or Jack at FR 8-2157. lot. Many extras. FHA, $500down, good taste. Prices start at $300.
6th Ave. (B-66-3t-c). trade. (G-64-St-c). (C-66-3t-c). $88 per month. 1 1/2 years old. Payment plans are available.
Contact Ed Barber, Agent at
2025 N. E. 17th Terrace -- 376-

EFFICIENCY Apartment available 1960 PLYMOUTH, 4 door, 6 RIDE WANTED to New Orleans 6972. (I-65-4t-c). Univ. Ext. 2832 or at 6-9969.
January 1st. $75, all utilities cylinder. Low mileage. Real (and/or all points west to Los (
except gas included. 1604 NW 3rd. clean. Only $595. Call FR 2-3251 Angeles.) Leave Gainesville FOR SALE BY OWNER moving to '
Place. Call 6-0101. (B-C6-3t-c). after 6 p.m. (G-64-5t). between the 10th and 15th of Tampa, exceptional 4 bedroom 2 COOPERATIVE Living Organization
December. Share Gas. Call 6- bath home, new electric kitchen. accepting applicants for the

, MODERN Split-level apartment for MUST SELL NOW 1962 Chev. SS. 2253 evenings. (C-65-4t-p). Over 60' storage space. Separate Winter Trlmester.Room and board
work shop. Tree shaded patio. $55 per month or $220 per
two persons available for 2nd Conv. -- 327 engine-posltractlon-
trimester, has full kitchen with bucket seats power glide on FLAVET Resident to babysit for Washer and dryer included. John trimester. 117 NW 17th Street.
washing machine, air-conditioned, floor r & h new rubber27000 9 month old girl of working student Dillon, 225 N. W. 26th Street. Call 372-9616 ask for Roger
close to campus. Call FR 8-2185 actual miles. Can trade and wife. Please call 376-4122 for 3727658. I-62-5t-c). Johnson. (J-63-5t-c).

or come by Apt. 41, 1824 NW 3rd finance. Call 376-2688 before 5:30 further Information. (C-65-tf-nc).
Place. (B-64-3t-p). (G-63-tf-c). FOR SALE BY OWNER LEAVING DRY CLEAN 8 Ibs. $1.50. Thisis
WOULD LIKE to buy a set of AREA: Furnished duplex, leased approx. 10 articles of clothing.
NICE QUIET ROOM in private MUST SELL-1956 MGA.Excellent bunk beds or trade a double bed. with Income of $185. P.I.T.I.$117. GATOR CROOMER Coin Laundrynext
home for boys.Single $30, double condition Just painted. Radio, Also want two end drum tables. Price $15,800 good terms. To see to University Post Office.
$45 per month. One available heater, spoke-wheels, WW. Call Call 372-5269.(C-64-3t-c). call 3727658. (1-62-5t-c). (J-53-tf-c). .
December 12th the other December18th. 372-5942 after 3 o'clock. 111 SW -
105 NW 7th Terr., Phone 10th Street. (G-63-5t-c). MALE ROOMMATE wanted to Barkley Motors
FR 20809. (B-64-5t-p). share apartment. FR 2-3748. (C-
1964 FIAT 4-door sedan in 64-3t-c).
FURNISHED Air-conditioned excellent condition with only 8,000
split-level 3 room apartment with miles. $250 equity and take over home of thc Like-Ncv Used Cars

all kitchen appliances including balance of $750. May be seen at J Help WantedLAKELAND I
washer for 3 students. Call 378- 104 SW 8th Street after 5 p.m. of Distinction

1693, 1824 NW 3rd. Place!, Apt. (G-54-tf-nc).
3. B-64-5t-c).
FOR SALE 1953 FORD. $160. Area Jobs for''
a NOW buy good transportation
i you can
Graduates. salaries
Top ,
G-64-3t-c .
JANUARY TRIMESTER all units Call 3727226. ( ) I
immediately available as follows:
general area main library- Univ.
post office. Meets requirementsfor 1961 ALFA ROMEOSpyder.$1250.MUST Business Chemical Engineers Administration Mechanical, !' CHEAPU!! ---and pay for it as you ride!
complete living, classes,quiet. SELL NOW. Call Bo Cook, ,
Refrigerators I no kitchens. 2-9363 or 2-9437, Pike House. Engineers, Electrical Engineers, I
Legal Trainees, Lab Technicians, Authorized
Utilities included. Rate $122.50and (G-65-4t-c)
$110. 2 persons to unit, undergrads, male or female. T
trimester rate. Phone 6-6494. (B- 1959 HILLMAN MINX 4 door Contact Virginia O'Quin, Bank Dealer
63-5t-c). sedan red interior. Steering Consultant in Personnel, Lakeland
wheel shift R & H Good tires 682-8161, P. 0. Box 2263. Financin'S For New
WELL HEATED room in private Good mechanical condition. $300or Sports Cars
home available to mature male best offer. Phone 68308. (G-
student at the end of this tri- 65-4t-c). CLERK 1 -- Cashier. Starting N And Sedans
January 1st. $200.00 per month.
mester. Linen and maid service.
Apply Mrs. Hinton, Credit Union,
Private entrance. Off-street park- 1957 BUICK SPECIAL. Radio
ing. 805 NE 4th Terr. Call FR and heater, fairly new tires,paintin Bldg. J. (E-66-3t-c). '61 Comet 0 $ 895

6-5360.B-63-5t-c). good condition. $385 or best
PART-Time secretary for Mon., T
Offer. Call FR 6-0119 or 2-0395 '
ATTRACTIVE ROOM WITH between 5 and 7 p.m. (C-65-4t-p). Wed., Fri., commencing 2nd. : 62 Ford $1195
trimester. Shorthand and typing I
private entrance and kitchen Call The Hlllel '58 Rambler $ 195
CHEVROLET SS. necessary.
privileges. Ideal for student who 1964 Impala T
White exterior black Interior. Foundation. FR 2-2900 for an '"
needs quiet place to study. Call ,
3727883. 3715 N. W. 7th Place. V-8, 4-in-thefloor. Like new. appointment. (E-66-3t-c). '6J Mercury H.: $1195

B-62-tf-c). Paul, 2-1436 or 65553. (G-65-
4t-c). STUDENT to live on premisesand '6J Chevrolet $ 995
work full-time during R
LARGE Comfortable quiet rooms
Christmas vacation and $ 895
spare- Fiat
each with lavatory and double
time afterwards. Room rent to I
c lose t s. Light housekeeping '
privileges. 1840 NW 2nd Ave.(B- I Lost Pound I consltltute partial payment. For '60 Vauxhall S 395
65-4t-c). more Information phone FR 6- F
3012. (E-62-tf-c).
2 ROOM SUITE suitable for mature LOST: Brown plastic briefcase, - - - -- -- - -- ---

male students or businessmen in the area of N. W. 16th St., and .. .. ... .. Y
would prefer a quiet comfortable Long's Cafeteria on December 1st. 62 Plymouth $1095 1
place in a private' home. Call 6- Contains' very valuable research
5368 or 6.2100.202 NW 12th Terr. papers. Large cash rewardto '60 Volkswagen .$ 895

B-65-4t-c). finder. Mail to Box 12507 Univ.
ti ::::: '
Station or call 6-8103 or 6-2733. 63 Alpine ', $1795
(L-64-3t-c). 0' ,
I ServicesEXPERT I '60 Volvo ., ,$ 995

: WARREN J : '63 MG P $1195

TYPING done In BEA11Y SEBERG ; : : ;:
my : ; :
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home. Wilt pick up and deliver. 56 Mercedes A $ 795
376-8586 -- before 7:30 a.m. or bulySdN INaratb100Nw11.rward
after Sp.m.M-65-4t-c). MRRIMI '63 Ford y $2095

FIRST AREA SHOWING :: '62 Ei1g. Ford $ 995

7:00 it 10:20 M .
.. .ANN- /JOHN I ENDS TUES]I 1'3'5'7'9 out '63 Line. Cont'l 0 $3695

10. A..: :, 10:26
Novel i 63 TR-4 R $1795

"PAJAMAPARTY" '62 TR-4 E $1595
2nd. Fun Hit at 8:)$ :' MERCOimi PERKINS ..
I' 0 H* 'In the auto game, barkley's: the name'BARKLEYMOTORS
.qc..,. RAP
,, pu s :. .to
JULES. *violent drama
,: DASSQTS of profane love


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Dec. 7, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 9

I Survey: Grades Four Per Cent E's i

Yvette Cardozo Robert B. Mautz vice
Staff Writeress Academic presidentof Mautz explained: that there is no According to the survey, the "You would expect this because
Affairs. "But
gradesat reason to use a strict bell shaped College! of Engineering had the Arts and Sciences includes many
UF do
not follow
this hell shape. curve in university work. This highest percentage of A's In the lower division courses," Mautz
than four per cent of all They are heavily weighted toward
applies especially to UF last said.
the fall. Ninety-three percentof
Ides given at the UF last falle the upper-half of the scale." upper
division schools, he said. all engineering grades were C
to Grade
E's, according a

[tributlon Survey released by This Is demonstrated in the "By the time students reach or above. According to the survey, D's

Office of Academic Services. survey in that 85 per cent of all upper division, the poorer ones and E's in the School of Arts

of students UF grades were C or above last have usually been weeded out. University College, which and Sciences accounted for 15
['Any group -even Includes lower division C-courses
I cent--can be rankeda fall while only 3.46 per cent were Why arbitrarily fail a certain per cent of all grades given. Only
top one per number if comes closest to having a bell
said 'E's, Mautz said. they are good students? University College with 23 per
bell shaped curve,
Mautz asked. "If they can do good shaped grade scale. cent had more grades below C.

LASSIi : FLEDsiFor : / work Mautz, thenglvethemgoodgrades.u cited the survey gradesfor Many students in lower division The School of Forestry gave no

the College of Engineering as have not decided upon a career, E's last fall and 58 per cent of

i an example. "A student must be Mautz said. Others fall in love and all grades given were D's. But

above average in engineering still others are not mature enough Miutz said this was less importantin

Sale I Sale subjects like math and calculus to stick with a study schedule. overall significance because
I before he even considers going into They don't keep up with assignments only 35 students were enrolled In

tnglnpering. Therefore, grades in and their grades suffer for the school of forestry.

that it, he said. b
school run high he said.

adster, New paint and tires, 9x18 Cabana, super modified for "Five grades in a lower bracket

111 take car or motorcycle on collegiate living. Perfect for one But even In University College, could have completely changed that

de. 378-1346. (A-66-3t-p). or two students. 5 minutes from Student WivesTo the distribution Is not an exact curve," he said.

campus in quiet, perfect for study bell shape. Eleven per cent of the

55 FORD Convertible. Good surroundings. Must sell now--- grades were A's, 46 per cent were

insportatlon, mechanically good. Available January 1st. Payments Get !ID's C's and only five per cent were The large number of D's ((48

ISO.:Can.be seen at 1824 N. W. much lower than rent. Call 376- E's. per cent) and the low number of

Id. Place. Phone 8-1439 or 8- 2688 before 5:30. (A-63-tf-c). E's (less than one-fifth of one

85. (A-66-3t-c). The School of Arts and Scienceshad per cent) given In the School of

3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, 2 year old Identification cards to admit a relatively large proportionof Education was the result of Intern

131 PLYMOUTH. White, 4doordan home. Carport, built-in kitchen. wives of Florida students to all grades below C. work, according to Mautz.Exciting.
activities will be distributed at the
factory air, power brakes, Plenty of room. $500 down and next'trimester.Fred
beginning of .
Iw mileage. One owner. May be assume $75 per month payments.
Hedstrom, head of the
ben at 318 N. W. 13th Street. 1741 NW 55th Terr. Call 6-4323.
distribution, said cards will be
-66-3t-nc). (A-62-7t-c).
given out on campus by the village

mayors and off-campus at the booth
T OF GOLF CLUBS AND BAG. ZENITH Portable stereo with '
across from the Hub.
,5,7,9 irons and putter plus two stand. Few needle used 1 year.
The distribution will be duringthe
oods. Excellent condition. $75. Call 6-0119or2-0395between
first week of second trimester.The .
{UNDAPP SCOOTER. In good 5 and 7 p.m. (A-65-4t-p). New
exact times will be announced E
ondition and very dependable.
later, Hedstrom said.
958 model. $90.00 Room 992,
"Right now,"he said,"the wives
eaver. 372-9275. (A-66-3t-p).
1956 MARLETTE 36x8 Mobile
difficulty finding out how to Designs
home. 2 bedroom.$1500.Call Univ. obtain the cards. Then, they haveto
tONSOLE TV. $35. Royal Type- Ext. 2211 before 5 p.m. and ask go up to the third floor of

riter -- like new.. $75. Call for Bonnie or Pinehurst Trailer Tigert to get them."

-7783. (A-65-3t-c). Park, Lot 60 after 5 and weekends. The mayors in the married

(A-64-3t-c). students' villages will distributethe
cards there in whatever manner
old Emerson air-
year they choose. Wives of off-campus
Conditioner, 10,000 BTU, Reverse IDEAL HOME for University and students can come to the booth

:ycle. $100. Also good 1 year old Medical Center personnel. Lovely across from the Hub at the

ed. $25. Call 372-6158. (A-65- location 5 min. from Univ. 3 announced time, said Hedstrom.

t-p). bedroom, 2 bath with large living

space. FHA financing. Call FR

MM CANON MOVIE, zoom lens, 6-4097. (A-55-20t-c). SPORTSMEN'SCYCLE

istol grip, carrying case. Nearly
lew. $110. Call 372-6474. (A-65-
t-c). '62 SKYLINE 46x10, 2 BDR. 617 N. Main St.

Trailer for sale. Air conditioned. SUZUKISales

DYNACO Amplifiers. 2 Dynaco Very nice. Phone Hickory Hill & Service

|amplifiers, Scott FM tunernd Trailer Park, 376-3694, after 5:30

2 Altec Speakers at fraction p.m. (A-57-tf-c).

If cost.Call 372-61 53.A-65-4t-c).


J10BILE HOME 10x55. Aluminum

|wning 45'. 2 bedroom front TONIGHTis K 5eT;2s <=Lk(3.
lit i chen, Cathedral celling

fxcellent condition. Equity and D' D fvl OND MINGS

Take up $50 a month payments.

hone FR 2-1328 or 2-8876. (A- t) Sneak Preview Nile True artistry is expressed in (the brilliant
|4-3t-c .
) andSurprise fashion styling of every Keepsake diamond engagement *

IKING 4 track, stereo tape deck. ring. Each setting is a masterpiece of

Model 76 compact. Slightly used. Nile design, reflecting the full brilliance and beautyof

175. Call Univ. ext. 2832 between 4 the center diamond..a perfect gem of flawless -

1 and 5. (A-64-tf-nc). Anything Can Happen clarity, fine color and meticulous modern cut.

.And Usually Does I The name, Keepsake, in the ring and on the

mooeRn tag is your assurance of fine quality and fasting .

satisfaction. Your very personal Keepsake Is
>hoe Repair Shop
DISCOUNTTo awaiting your selection at your

HEELS 'ATTACHED kryl. H.".. SPECIAL Keepsake Jeweler's store. Find .5
him in the yellow under
ALL Students And pages
5 Mlns. To
: "
1 "Jewelers. Prices from $100to

SOLES ATTACHED 11:J 0 ...... University Personnel $2500. Kings enlarged to

%:05 MhDINNUl show beauty of detail.&'Trademark -
- - --
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15 -
Mins. registhred.e ,
Just Present Your ID Card

4s30 ...... r
To The Cashier. .
[At Two .Locations .:05.... r r r r r r r r e r rr r r r r

CAROLYN PLAZAFR s>ioV L- : plea wed rnrw 20-poo booklet. "How To Pion :
Your Cngooement and Wedding" end new 12-pog
6-0315 Ml color folder, both for only 25*. Alto, tend .
tpeciol offer of booutifd ../.PGOf Brldc'i\ Book. ,i

101 N. Main St. DAILY CAFETERIA i -- .I

1212 N. MaIm **. 0 flMMoqr I MI .- I
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ti 8,000 Males Riot :

I i:! Says United Press :-w THE FLORIDA ENGINEER'S

t:|:j:|: (ED. NOTE -- First-reports of Saturday coeds waved their underwear from windows :|::::;:
:|:j:|: night's riot were much wilder than what really and taunted the students. ;vX;::::
:jjj::::|::::: happened. Below Is the United Press Inter- Dean of Men Frank T. Adams said the mob ::::::::; SECOND ANNUAL
gathered In front of the. university's adminis- ::;::::::
:|::|::|:: national story that went out to the nation's
:::'x::;::: newspapers for publishing In today's editions) tratlon building at about 11 p.m. after the :::;::::::
:i;::;:::: GAINESVILLE (UPI) -- Eight thousand school's basketball team defeated Stetson :::::::::
;':'::$::: University of Florida male students, egged on University 90-57 and the Florida Gators beat ;::::::
:::::::::::by panty-waving coeds, rioted Saturday night Louisiana State at Baton Rouge, La., 20-6 in ::::::::: PAPER CONTESTfirst
i!;!::!; after their school won football and basketball football gij:
::';:';:: victories. They set fire to bleachers, trees The students started a bonfire on U. S. :::::::
:ti!*;:;:!::: and automobiles. 441 in front of the administration building, (:j;:|::|
'::::::::: At least one student and two policemen were blocking traffic. When police and firemen moved ;::;;::::
:::::a:::injured In the almost two-houV demonstration. in with riot equipment, the students crossed ::;::::::
,:::::::::: Police closed bars and parties except for the the campus to join an official bonfire rally on :;:;:::;:
:;:::::::::: annual Policeman's Ball. the university parade ground. :::;:::::
:$:::::j:::|:: University police inspector Gene Watson said They turned the rally Into a melee. They :;:1:::::
::!:|:::|:::|;:campus police were hampered In quelling the chopped up bleachers and set more bonfires, ::::::
:!::::::::::riot because coeds stood in the windows of including one atop football coach Ray Graves' :$:::::

:jjj!::::::':::dormitories waving their panties, brassieres movable coaching tower. The tower was pushed ;:::::: Prize .........................$75
:::::;:::::::;:and slips and shouting at the boys to "come down University Avenue and the students set :|;jj::::|;:
:::::;$::;:and get It." fires in trees and automobiles as they moved :$:::j:;:
:;;:::;:::::: Sixteen students were arrested for disorderly down the'street.. :::;:::::
:j:::|;:|;:|conduct and released Sunday on $100 bonds. Police said one student, identified as Donald :jjj:::::::: Second Prize .....................$50
.::::;x;:; Police estimated that 8,000 males took part B. McKechnie Jr., was injured when he was :::::;:::
;v'x;:;:;:| in the rioting. struck on the head. Two policemen also were ::;;::;::::
;m1m: Campus police said they were able to withstand reported injured. One received a back injury ;:;:;: Third $25
':i-i-i-ian:::::: assault on a girl's dormitory even though and the other had his hand smashed. ::::'::; Prize ........................
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Blood Bank Police Give Arrest ListArrested

late Saturday by the disorderly conduct (carrying woodto
Gainesville Police Department fire), $100 bond.
Makes AppealFor following the UF-LSU game in Miguel Posada, 18, BOgata,
connection with riots were:Donald Columbia, disorderly conduct,
Bruce McKechnie, 20, 102 NW $100 bond; Harry William Sudul,
DonationsBlood 13th St., resisting arrest with 19, 110 NW 9th Terr., disorderly
violence, drunk and disorderly conduct by setting fire, $100 bond;
conduct, $100 bond; James John Thomas Taylor, 20, 2012 W.
bank donors are needed Lawrence Shroads, 18, 909 South Univ. Ave., distroying public Contest Rules
now, according to T. W. Young- Hall, disorderly conduct, $100 property, $100 bond; Alex Van
love, chief technologist of theJ. bond; Benjamin W. Johnson, 19, Der Stegen, Belgium, 20, 1904 W.
Hlllis Miller Health Center Thomas E, possession of alcoholIn Univ. Ave., disorderly conduct,
Blook bank. public, released from Jail at $100 bond; Maurice M. WeaverJr.
Student volunteers would be 10:45 Sunday morning; Enrique ., 22, 1904 W. Univ. Ave., dis-
greatly appreciated because they Escarraz, 20, 116 NW 7th Terr., orderly conduct, $100 bond and
are young and usually healthy, he possession of UF traffic sign, resisting arrest, $500 bond; JohnF. 1. Papers submitted will become
released 10:25 Sunday morning Ruggles, 19, Sledd Hall,
said. In addition, they are closeto ;
the hospital for emergency calls. Walter Ralph Tarr, 17, 117 NW reckless driving in riot area, $100 the sole property of the FLORIDA
15th St., drunk, released at 10:25 bond.
ENGINEER with all publication rights
It takes only half an hour to sign Sunday morning.
up and put a name on file. Then, Robert Larry Clark, 20, 1318 Center Set reserved for the FLORIDA ENGINEER.
the blood bank calls professional NW 3rd. Ave., attempting to tear Field headquarters for the Peace
donors-when their blood type is up patrol car, $100 bond; Wallace Corps for the 1964-65 school
year 2. The contest is to all under-
needed. Fifteen dollars is paid to Leland Coe, 19, 327 NW 15th have been established at the Alpha open
the donor each time he gives Terr., disorderly conduct, $100 Epsilon Phi sorority house on graduate and graduate students, with
bond Dennis William DeBord ,
blood.. ; 22 Panhellenlc Drive.According .
Students can sign up between 214 NW 14th St., disorderly to Louise Rothenberg, members of the staff ineligible.
and 5 week conduct (carrying plywood to fire),
8 a.m. p.m. any day. director of the A E Phi head-
Donors will be called in most $100 bond; Jack Jenkins Farrell,
quarters, anyone interested in information 3. Papers will be judged by the
20, 1426 NW 2nd St.,
often on Monday Wednesday, and disorderly pertaining to the Peace
Thursday afternoons, to preparefor conduct, $100 bond; John Alex Corps should call the sorority FLORIDA ENGINEER staff and Faculty
open-heart surgery the next McKae Jr., 17, 307 East Hall, house. __
mornings. Advisers, with emphasis on:

+JJ a. General Interestb.
UF, OxfordDebate for goodgrooming


No matter how you like your hair cut, Organization
UF debators will be coupled
with two Oxford University debaters -
tonight In UF's annual International 4 long 4. Papers should be typed with

Union Auditorium Debate at In 8.the Florida shor-ti 3 double spacing and be less than twelve

UF's Barry Diamond and Alan pages in length.
Penchansky will team up with John- or somewhere In between,
athan W. P. Altkens and Michael
to Beloff to debate the topic "That 5. Deadline for submitting papers

Even the Affluent Society Needs a theFLA.. UNION will be Jan. 10 1965. Winners will be
Welfare State." BARBER SHOP WH| d.It per f ect I y. ,

Both Oxford debators are studyIng announced Jan. 20, 1965. Papers may
law. Altkens is editor of the
be submitted to Professor Spangler in
, Tory newspaper at Oxford and Basement! of Fla. Union. Open 8-5 M-F
Beloff Is a member of the Labor pm room 204-E of the Engineering Build-
. party. 8-12 pm Sat. ,
': ,,' British debate style differs from l.o.
U.S. style In that it Is less relianton .
evidence and authority _
and stresses a lighter approach to
the topic.
British I debators frequently Professional
refer to their opponents personally 5
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during a debate, and try to entertain "" .. .NOW!
their audience. American debaters BarbersOne IM.fII
I f' do not. "

' The debate Is open to the public.A r Free Haircut Given Daily
reception will follow In Johnson


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Monday, Dec. 7. 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 11

I Florida Sophomore Cagers Come Of Age' I

"A coming of age for our sopho-
mores," was what Florida Bas-
ketball Coach Norm Sloan termedthe
ELECTRONIC ENGINEERS Gator Cagers 90-57 victory
over the Stetson Hatters Saturday

Florida's big sophomores In the
MATHEMATICIANS L game were Gary Keller and Jeff
Ramsey. Doth Keller and Ramsey
scored 17 points. In the Gator's
Let's discuss tomorrowIn first cage victory of the year over
VMI It was veterans Tom Bax-

science and I technology, the accomplishment IF' ley and Brooks Henderson 'who
scored 17 points each.
of today are hut direction for tomorrow. Wh)? -: Keller and Ramsey also con-

Simply because resting on the accomplishmentsof troled the backboards for the
Gators. Keller grabbed 13 rebounds -
today is a luxury we cannot afford.
and Ramsey collected 10.

In Communications Engineering, where "Keller and Ramsey were just
too much for them" said Sloan,
others are content to modify, our mandateis In praise of his giants. .
to CREATE.In "Stetson Just didn't have the
heighth and we controlled the
Electronic Data Processing Systems, boards.

where others are content to innovate, our
mandate is to CREATE.This "1 believe we can now deveh
row the depth and experience It wt
then, is the philosophy the crux of take to play outstanding ball thi
intellectual thought. at the National Security year," said Sloan.:

Agency-where the concepts of tomorrow are the f Before the season started,Sloat
said the Gators had progressed
problems of today.
In pre-season practice much more
than other Florida squads.
So let's discuss the future. However, Sloan said cage the seasor
would depend on the sophomoreswho
yours and oursIf "lacked experience."

you are a gifted and interested Engineer or Now It appears the sophomoresare
Mathematician, we have much in commonincludingA : "over the first game Jitters"
according to Sloan.
ED MAHONEY shoots for two against Stetson as Florida will next play Florida
future is contingent upon a constant input of Gator Jeff Ramsey waits for rebound. (Photo by Bob State Wednesday night at Talla-
new and creative scientific talent. the hassee.
lifeline of any institution. Our success is embodiedin

the technical capabilities of our professional staff.

To assure this, scientific employees are encouraged I Vanderbilt/ Tops In Southeast I

to pursue graduate studies at local universities

under Your future with NSA
Agency sponsorship.
A TLANT AU PI).S Ix t b- ranked before losing to Auburn.No Hammonds of Alabama, who had
will entail education early responsibility Vanderbilt's pre-season status as other scorer In the South- 29 points Saturday night, has a
and unusually challenging assignments. the top basketball team In the east Is close to Barry's 43.3 21-polnt average and Jimmy Pitts .
enhanced this Next best Is Lee DeFore had 20 In each
Why? Because Southeast was past average. of Georgia points
week when the Commodores posted of Auburn with a 22.5 mark.Harry of his first two games.DICK .
We MUST create completely new kinds of convincing victories over visitors
from the Southwest.The -
communications equipments and systems embodying Commodores, substituting
concepts and techniques THAT HAVE NO freely, romped past Rice 78-49

PRECEDENT antennas, transmitters, receiversand and Southern Methodist 99-67.
The Miami Hurricanes also got
terminal hardware of a most advanced design.We off to an Impressive start whlth

AIUSI'assure the complete invulnerabilityof three first-week victoriesIncluding -
winning the Steel Bowl tour- 1 t"
message content through the novel. but never nament at Pittsburgh. Rick Barry,

static science of cryptology.We Miami's 6-foot-7 senior, took a
big lead in the scoring departmentby
MUST develop special refinements for pouring In 130 points in the threegamesincluding
computers and electronic data processing systems a team record -II 32
against Tampa.Six
experimenting with the latest semiconductors, other Southeastern teams
magnetic film and superconductive devices to providenew sport spotless record after a week

logic circuits and memory units for increased of action. Alabama, Auburn,
Florida and Mississippi State are
speed and capacity. all 2-0 and Kentucky and Tennessee -t
Interested? If so, then LET'S DISCUSS each Georgia won their got one oft outings.on the right 4

TOMORROW. Representatives of the National: foot by upsetting 8th ranked North 1 S

Security Agency will be on campus in the near future. Carolina Thursday night 64-61 but y
Office details and lost to Clemson Saturday night
Check with your Placement for

dates, or write to: 72-60.Other Saturday night scores;
Alabama 102 Southern Mississippi i-12 lYrT
Mr. Phillip M. Coffey 73, Auburn 92 Florida State 68,
College Relations Branch Florida 90 Stetson 57, Baylor 84,
Office of Personnel Louisiana State 72 Georgia Tech
71 Rice 56, and Miami 83, Pittsburgh .
National Security Agency 71.Georgia.
Fort George G. Meade, Maryland Tech, making its debutas
an Independent,had a cold f hootIng -
night In a 60-52 loss toAubtirn
w cuqrr earlier In the week but reboundedwith
wins over Southern Methodistand
Rice. Florida State won two


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12, The Florida Alligator Monday, bee 7, 1964RIGHTTTI

All Florida 20 LSU 6

Coach Ellenson : {


Praises Team"It

was a happy ending."

This was how defensive coach

Gene Ellenson termed Florida's
20-6 victory over Louisiana State,
which climaxed an up and down

Sports Editor season for the Gator football team.

Arriving back In Gainesville,
All Right -- Florida 20 Louisiana State 6. n-c
Coach Ellenson had praise for I
"You missed a good one -- the best we've played all year." This
both Florida's offense and defense L
was how Sports Publicity Director Norm Carlson greeted us yesterdayat
which weren't able to get togetherin
the Gainesville Airport.
several games this year.
Yes, Florida's GREAT football team found itself again in the second
"Everybody played a good game : ,
half of the Miami game and just kept rolling right over the LSU Tigers. against LSU," Ellenson said. 4jHTJ '

For two games this year the Gators weren't themselves so the
"We went down to our seventh
record book reads 7-3 Instead of 9-1; but the Gators certainly
linebacker of the season during the I"1L
:+ showed in the LSU game that they weren't quitters.It "
game, the defensive coach said.
would have been easy for this Florida squad to quit after its
Jim Bernhardt was slowed down
defeats by Georgia and Florida State, and everybody would have said
with a sprained ankle which he
its victories at the beginning of the season were a fluke.
originally I hurt Thursday, according -
But this year the Florida story was different. The Florida team to Ellenson. w

was one that didn't give up and came back fighting, and the Florida
"We switched Barry Brown
fans kept cheering for their team.In P
linebacker for part of the first
fact enthusiastic fans even cheered the football squad in the "
half, said Ellenson.
Florida Gym Saturday night where the Gator cagers beat Stetson
second half .
"Then in the we
-- --
went all the way with Billy Jo
The portable radio packed crowd all stood and cheered when Larry James." GENE ELLENSON praises Gator team.

Dupree caught a pass from Tom Shannon and went to the one yard -
"The boys were well preparedand -
line and then again when Graham McKeel went over for the score. said :. :. :. ;.
they did a fine job,
Needless to say there were some frustrated basketball players on ";
Coach Travis who scoutedthe
Larry ,

the court.It was .a riot.(in more ways than one) "They Tigers.beat a great LSU foot- CHRISTMAS GIFT IDEAS

"It was just the same as always' said Lt. W. L. Beach of the "
ball team Travis said.
Gainesville Police Department in reference to the student riot in "We just, out knocked LSU," If you are in doubt about those

celebration of the victory over LSU.
said head trainer Jim Cunningham,
Many of the Gainesville Police Department officers had to leave of the Gator victory.As special gifts and where to find
the Policemen's Ball at the Gainesville Moose Lodge to handle the
student riot. the team piled off the planeat them, then Jimmie Hughes is the
Gainesville Airport yesterday,
But maybe they can gain some comfort in knowing they weren'tthe Sports Publicity Director Norm one-stop store where there is
only law officers working with student rioters Saturday night
Carlson gave a sigh of relief.
and something for
Sunday morning.In everyone.
"It sure is warmer here, said
Winter Park, Florida, students at Rollins College were holding Carlson.

riots protesting against the new dean of men and dean of women;
"Yes it was sure cold, but GIFT CHECKLISTGOLF
while Coral Gables police officers were battling about 400 kids In an "
if anything It probably helped us,
ice and snow fight.
said the sports publicity director.
It was a big night for the police.

"I knew we shouldn't have had the dance on the same night as that BASEBALL
game," said one Gainesville police officer at the station yesterday :' : GOLF CLUB SETS GLOVES

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