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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
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Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: December 8, 1964
Publication Date: 1912-1973
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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II' There's No Mystery Left in Sex '. ;


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'i" American women have taken the mystery out around." Welfare State." A reception In Johnson Lounge
of sex, according to Oxford University debater "Dating is too much of a ritualistic thing in followed.
Johnathan W.P. Aitkens, one of the two membersof the United States," Beloif added. "If you date a Most of the schools they have visited are east
the Oxford Union Society visiting UF. girl half a dozen times here, you're going with of the Mississippi they've concentrated on the
Aitkens contends that the American female Is her, and everyone knows It. In England, you can New England area, the Middle West, and the South.
militant, demanding, domineering and agresslve-- take a girl out several times without anyone taking Beloff Is past president of the Oxford Union
and unfemine. He did, however have a word of notice of the fact. Neither you or the girl think Society and Aitkens was vice-president. This Is
praise for at least one American woman In public anything about It, either. We're Just not that ser- the traditional spawning ground for politiciansat
life. ious about our dating." Oxford. Four prime ministers and numerous
"Margaret ChaseSmith seems to be the epitomeof Beloff and Aitkens are on a ten-week debate members of parliament have been president of this
everything feminine, and yet she does a man's tour of the United States, sponsored by the International society.
work." Education Association. They will tour Both Altkens and Beloff plan political careers.
Altkens and his partner, Michael Beloff, also 46 colleges and universities before concluding their Altkens graduated in. law last June and Is takinga
ridiculed the American dating system."I trip December 17th. year off before returning to graduate school.
think the American dating customs are pro- Altkens teamed up with UP debater Alan Pen- He plans to go Into business and then Into politics.
bably the cause of the high divorce rate here," chansky against Beloit and Barry Diamond last Michael Beloff graduated In history and is pre-
.Aitkens said. "Students here go steady much too night In the Florida Union Auditorium to debate the sently taking a year off from his graduate studies.
young, and don't get much of a chance to shop topic "That Even the Affluent Society Needs a He plans to go Into law then politics.
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57, No. 67 University of FloridaGainesville Tuesday, Dec. 8, 1964

THE DEEP SOUTH'S' FINEST COLLEGE DAILY" i



UFInTop2O UFer's Quizzed





I In Enrollment On RiotingStudents


The UF ranks 20th In the United States In enrollment of full who's I.D. cards were confiscated during Saturday'sriot
time students according to a survey released yesterday by Dr. were Interviewed by members of UF's administration yesterdayand
Garland Parker of the University of Cincinnati.of fl. the investigation Is expected to continue today.
the University of Cincinnati Dean of Men Frank T. Adams

The enrollment total of 13,914 Editor Calls SG Members and Arnold T. Wirtala, Adams'
here puts the UF Just behind Loui- f assistant, said they spent most of
siana State University (13,960) In the day talking to students who had
the full-time category.The either been arrested during the I
University of Callifornia Second PeelA Get Holiday melee or had their university I.D.

heads the list of 30 top schools r cards taken by police '.
with an enrollment of 62, 240 Adams said he was going to talk
students. The State University off SelloutThe "" 'Homework' with more students today. Sixteen
New York is next 52,893, followedby J were arrested.
City University of New York New Orange Peel sold out Student Government (SG) Con The riot, which lasted for two
( 40,580 ), the University of MIn- completely for the second time Ho Ho Ho. stitution revision committee hours, after twin athletic victories
nesota (35,112) and the Univer- In its short history this trimester, .. members have been assigned Saturday night by the Gator foot
sity of Wisconsin (30,868) among according to editor Don Federman. SEE STORY P. 10 homework for over the Christmas ball and basketball teams, ended
the top five. "We sold out as expected,"Fed- holidays and arranged daily meetIngs with an attempted panty raid that
Dr. Parker has just completedhis erman said. ''But we think we for the first week In Jan- fizzled.
annual survey of collegiate only broke even this time due to uary at a brief meeting Sunday Several students were reportedhurt
enrollment for School and Society, Insufficient advertising." DowneyAppointed nlgjit. as were several policemen.Bon .
an educational Journal. He found He said sales of the Peel wenta According to recently elected tires were set in street
that 1,111 accredited universities little slow yesterday morning committee chairman Earl Barker, intersections, signs torn down,
and four-year colleges have admit- because of some problems involving 3AS, every effort Is being madeto palm trees set afire, and coach
ted 2,090,638 full-time students members of sororities who have the complete revised constitution Ray Graves' 30-foot high coaching
and a grand total of 4,118,735 didn't show up at their assigned prepared for presentationand tower was also set ablaze and
students. places to sell the magazine. Fed- The appointment of Dr. PaulM. approval of Leg Council Feb. rolled down West University Ave.
Full-time students are up 10.1 erman declined to name the soror Downey as head of Industrial 2. (Barker replaces Buddy Dlain, Police estimated almost 3,000
per cent in the reporting Insti- ities. Engineering at the UF has been 4LW, who graduates this trimes- students took part In the riot or
tutions as against Increases of However, sales were good for the announced by Dr. Thomas L. Mar- ter. were at least congregated in the
6.4 per cent in 1963 and 6.2 afternoon as the word got around," tin Jr., dean of the College of Members are putting Into writing riot area.

per cent in 1962. The grand total Federman said. Engineering.dr. what has been discussed, and : &:#&:#&ftf ::-.::::::::::: ::::::;.-..: :::::;; ;.,:=:: :
enrollment is 9.3 cent larger The Peel editor Interpreted with SG workersfor
per are consulting
than 1963. reaction to this issue as favor- university. Downey since has 1953.been He receivedhis with the further reccommendatlons, f Staff Meeting!;|!

:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::1 11j1 able."Most doctor of philosophy degree Barker said. A special meetingof
rj: students have expressedthe Leg. Council Is being called Set j
Today
here In 1956 and was employedas
rf 1 opinion that this issue is a vast for January 26th to present the p
1j1 Students associate professor in Indus :
improvement over the last one. trial Engineering. committee proposals, Barker t?: i::
They seem to want more of the added. | 'Those I Interested :::
PraiseUF same," Federman said. In 1961, be was made full pro
I :;: \j: In working on The J
f So far there has been no critIcism fessor and saved In that position New Services
j:
: from the administration con- until 1964 when he was appointed ijjj Alligatornexttrimesterwill i
;: students may feel at j:: ernlng articles Jokes or cartoons Chairman of the Industrial and Listed by SG :i?: gather f.i
home in Gainesville to "let;;: used In the latest Peel, but Feder Systems Engineering.
:::: off steam" every once In awhile ; man predicted some controversy. Services for student will be :$i In the newsroom t.J

:, .: manners", but their were"company deemed:::::;:::;* Censorship of the Peel lies witha ,. easier to come by with StudentGovernment's |: at 4 p.m. today 1:1.::.
board of student editors. Any list of
,: ': praise-worthy by one Florida:]:. item used requires five of the services. new personnel 1:'$ for a meeting.

mayor. :;:; seven votes on the board. SG's Department of Labor com :f.; "Everyone Interested I ::

Williams Tallahassee Jr. in mayor a letter Hugh E.g tog::;:: Federman said the Joke left out piled and has sent out a list 1; I In any 1
from page 41 of the New Peel yesterday of available people for drafting,
UF Pres. J. Wayne Reitz and:;::: received only four of the services and resume ;; phase of newspa- :;i
::, typing photo
FSU Pres. Gordon W. Black-:: seven votes and thus was deleted. services to 1,500 of the nearly -:: perlng Invited :"
actions of;{
well has commended Some 250 hour are needed to 2,000 graduate students at UF. ;: to attend sold
of both universities:: ,
students .
produce each issue of the maga-
the recent UF-FSU con- ::: Editor Ernie LItz. '
at line Including 150 hours spent J Foreign Students ';
on layout and another 100
test.Williams Editor
wrote: :: "Outgoing -
on gathering and working on materIal -
':-
"We should consider our : for publication, according to UF students are sampling the Walker Lundy
state fortunate to have ones::: Federman.He P cultural contrasts of 66 countries
outstanding university, ::. announced that the next issue in their classrooms this fall.A isurgingasmanyc
however, we are definitely;;;;: of theNew Orange Peel,the Young total of 657 foreign and resident c: current staffers .;,
pleased with two great lnstl-|:; Lovers' special," Is due to come aliens art among the 15,701 :'; as possible to .;.
tutlons, such as Florida State:'y. out around Valentine's Day and students enrolled for the current ,'.
University and the University.::;:: that no matter how thick or thin trimester according to Glenn A. ::: stay on for next \
"
of Florida." (. the Peel will always cost a quar Farris advisor to foreign :,, trimester. ,
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AFROTC CADETS to be among those who receive their commissions we. ir include i.left ro right Jettrey--1

May, David Gray, Charles Freiburger, Richard Post, Thomas, Fox, William Constable, Russel Swain, Bertram

Hambleton, David Berrier, Daniel Cromer and Stephen Locke.



R 1 1 General fro Snoak at CommissioninaThe

} chief Chaplain of the U.S. ant. He participated in the "Death commissioned Include -v

Air Force Major Gen. Robert Chaplain Taylor was assignedas March" after the surrender of May, David Gray, Charles Jeffrey Fre-
Preston Taylor, is scheduled to Regimental Chaplain of tne the American forces onBataanandwas Iburger Richard Post, Thomas
speak at the graduation and com- 31st Infantry Regiment In the Phll- Imprisoned at C a boa n t u an Fox, William Constable, Russel
missioning ceremonies of the UF Ipine Islands at the outbreak of where he served as chaplain in Swain, Bertram Hambleton, David
AFROTC cadets on Dec. 19th. World War II. His division was the prison hospital. Berrier Daniel Cromer, Stephen
Two hours before Chaplain Tay- transferred to the front lines of Taylor went to Japan and Man- Locke, Robert Buzzell, James
lor speaks at the commissioning the Bataan Peninsula. The Chap- churia and was bombed twice by Hartung, Donald Manning William
ceremonies the seniors will receive lain was cited for bravery and received American planes. He was struckIn Batt, Robert Hessler,Charles
Jol.
their Bachelor's Degrees the Silver Star for gallantry the wrist and leg by flying frag ly, Manuel Maseda and Gary Par-
from the UF, a requirement for in action during the Battleof ments. sons.
a commission as Second Lleuten- Bataan. AFROTC seniors scheduled to be
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Plans BetterCooperation I





IT SWIMSFord :M
"We can and will bring the

individual fraternity man closerto Motor Company's new mili- E w r,......
the workings of the Inter Fra- tary truck floats. Air-Inflated seals
ternity Council this year, "stres- and internal air pressure keep the
sed Jimmy Hauser, week-old IFC body and mechanical components

president who succeeded Barry dry, Its water speed is 2.5 mph. a a .
? ,,
A ::;a :
Benedict In elections Nov. 30 at
the FIJI house

"IFC appears as a well functioning -
system now but It needs
Improving to make It a stronger,
more effective organization." The
first member of Pi Lambda Phi

to assume this office, Hauser,
19, was IFC secretary this year.
"One serious problem," said
IT! CLIMBS STEPS
Hauser, "is that many competing
fraternities are not cooperating
Climbing over a 27-inch high step
with "
each other.
or negotiating a 60% grade when ''tY 1- y '
<
"IFC will try to Individual
encourage -
fully loaded is no problem for this
chapter presidents to discuss Ford vehicle. Proof that it can go
their various disagreementsbefore
over rough cross-country terrain.
A ,
more serious action must ;
be taken." L

Destroying each other's property -
will come in this category.
"Our other big difficulties for
the future concerns football block ((4 .I

seating and an improved commun-
ications program" added this en-
thusiastic new leader.
Id
The particular area of publicity
Inter Fraternity Council will develop -

a Speakers Bureau similarto _
one conducted by Blue Key.
Fraternity members will explainthe IN FACT
functions of IFC to campus ,

Florida.men and civic groups throughout THE ARMY'S NEW ;

Also a news bulletin may be TRUCK
published reviewing the projectsof

Discussing each fraternity.another plan for next GOES ALMOST ANYWHEREEarly

trimester, Hauser said he wishesto in 1963, Ford Motor Company received
a
organize an advisory boardof from the U.S. contract a 10,000-lb.payload and, half the
Army to design and develop a 5-ton cargo time towed a 000-lb.load..
past fraternity presidents who truck for use in tactical Outstanding characteristics of the
military operations. Before truck's its
the design
end are
are still on "We have floatabihty
campus. improved
of that year, the first test unit had been cross-country
designed
and built. mobility, light weight
approximately 25 such'men here reduced need for
This new vehicle, called the XM656 maintenance and
a multi-fuel
who could aid IFC and the frater- cargo truck was sent that will run power plant
to the Aberdeen Proving Ground for 40,000 miles of testing on anything from diesel, oil. to gasoline.
nity system by their past This is
exper- -twice that for only one of
required many
military exciting
iences." acceptance. The vehicle Ford Motor new developments at
was tested against road conditions that Company, From
might be manufacturing
found
to
Hauser and his marketing
we
are
new vice presidents finding
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anywhere in the world: ..loose better ways to do
swamps. sand... hilly back- things. Career
Bill McBride and :Orden. at Ford Motor opportunities
country. and highways. During the Company have never
test the truck been
Cowen, and IFC Advisor William carried interviewwith. our better.Schedule an
Cross, represented UF this weekend -. representative to find one just right for you.

at the annual national IFC
convention In C i nc' I n n a t t i. Exchanges -
of Ideas and commonpro- THERE'S A FUTURE FOR YOU WITH .
blems were the main purposesfor MOTOR COMPANYPage
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the meeting. .h ', l'..pI....
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Tuesday, Dec. 8, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 3
TONIGHTIS

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Sneak Preview Nile ::::::::::: Theta Elections Delta Chi A & S Dames m 1;

andSurprise ::|:;::|!:|:: Theta Sigma Phi. national Dennis Fielder was Arts and Science Dames will ::1:1::

::::::::::: professional fraternity for installed as president of Delta meet tomorrow night at the ::::::s

Nile ::::;:::::: women in journalism, Initiated Chi fraternity last week along home of Mrs. John Baxter 111111

:::::::::: 10 pledges Sunday. New Inl- with Joe Brannon. vice presi- 1917 NW 12th Road. Guest :::::::

Anything Can ::::::::: tiates are Sue Haugsted Patti dent. Bill McKinnon trea- speaker will be the Rev.Thax- .:.:.::.:::.;

Happen ::::::::::::: Pits Grace, Marie Stang- surer and Butch Newell, sec ton Springfield. ::::1:1:::
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.And ::::$;;:: anello Fran Stecher Ann retary. ....
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Usually Does! KAT ElectionsSuzanne
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::;:;: Banks, Carol Nobis, Ann Kirk-
:1:::::::1: ham, Anne Pitts and Pat WII:1:1 Hilllker was s::::
Delta Sig elected president of Kappa ::::::::
:::::::: kinson.
Alpha Theta sorortiy last ::1:1:1::::

HoursSPECIAL DISCOUNT :.:$...1:. Bus Ad Dames AllenDennel was elected week. Other officers Include ::::::
Serving president last week of Delta Joiner first ::::::
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LUNCHEON: To ALL Students And ::::::::::: Dames will have a Christmas Sigma PI. professional ; Katherine Duda, second ::::::
;:|:::|:::|:::| party tomorrow night at 8 business fraternity Other new vice president; Kathy Good, ;::::;:
11:30 a.m.- ;:::::::::::: in the home of Mrs. William officers Include Andy Hogan, recording secretary; andJean :::::::;
2:05 University Personnel senior nice president; John Burkholder. treasurer. :::::::;
p.m. .:::$::: Fox, 1726 SW 8th Drive.Members -
Wayne, vice president Russ......
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DINNER Just Present Your I ID Card ;::::::: present or a the equivalent :::
Parrish, secretary Robert :::::::!
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4:30 ;;::::::: baked goods, which will be
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p.m. Rowell chancellor and Bill ::::
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To The Cashier exchanged party, a TheatreTo
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Baldwin, historian.Golf'Winners. :::::::
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p.m. ;::::::::::: dozen cookies and chocolate ....
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Jr :::1:1: at Sunland Training Center. |..::|.::.: FeatureFree

6 :p m m Winners of the University ::::::::::::
.;::::: Faculty Club :*::
e :::::::: Golf Association's Blind I;:;::;
SPECIALSSERVED ;jjjH::::::: Members of the UF Faculty Bogey Tournament, Sept. 26- v.: :!: MoviesFree

DAILYthru CAFETERIA I ;::::::::::: Club have access to five private 29, may receive their prizes :::::::::
1212 N. Main St. ;::::::::::: club dining rooms available now at the University Golf :::::::
Saturday GAINISVILLE SHOPPING CENTERtr ::::::$::: for committee or staff Shop. Winners are John F. ::::::: movies will be featured
:::: Mason Jr. Waoter Caldwell ::::::: Eve in Gainesville.
jS:|::|::|:: luncheon meetings dally, 11:30 Christmas
:;:::::::::!:: a. m. to 1:30 p.m. on week- Billy Wood, Gary Burke ::::::: According to Bill Henderson

::::::::::::: days. For free room reservations James B. Goodson, Keith But- ::::::;::::: State Theater manager, foreign
:'' rmi :::: W. A. Milton :%:::$::: students and others will probablybe
--r-. <." \. '. '''.'. \ ::::$::: call university exten- song Nuetzel
.
....!I.,. t t...1. l. 't.. ,. : I. I.: .....--.J\.,....,. :::::::;:::: slon 2561. C. Christian, Den Plummer ::::::::::: on campus unable to get home
:
: 'KO'f. J'; ;'l'iki '' .i. : ::j:::::::| Family night I dinners Donald Mott, F. S. Homer, ::::::::::: for Christmas.
th 'hi ih, ; ,,:.; :;:::::::::: feature a buffet every Thurs- Jerome Friedman and :::::::::! For these students and for"any-
.\ ;..: it" ;'" : .r..'( t! < .. ... ., ;:::::::::: day night, 6 to 8. Darrell Pratt. ;:&::::::: body and everybody" he said' "to

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\ FRO The comedy "Period of AdJust-
\\\H\i\ MEMO
Have Found
State Employes ment" with Jane Fonda will be

1AltWAYS.;\\ shown at 1,3,5,7 and 0 p.m.
Solution To Problem Henderson said parents will be
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able to "park their kids here
-- Yes for those problems where travel expense checks are
THRU delayed or monthly pay check is late, Marlon Finance has helped while they go shopping or those

'j'\;':;;\: Take FASTER, numbers of State and government employees to solve their financial: Corry feet"and Flavet will be shoppers admitted: any-with

bind, until payday. A $50 loan for 30 days costs only $1.50. weary

f'iROUTES\ HOME \ Other loans up to $600. time--free.

MARION/ Finance Co.

: HOLIDAYS 222 N. University Ave. FR 6-5333 'Stronger'Effective

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: \ FRDERMAN:
: NEW YORKr Staff Writer
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\\r\, And To \ 'f } Perhaps minor masterpieceamong
\ one-act plays Is Strlnd-

\ _'U.moa-St;\ Petersburg-RMyetSj, berg's brief, but devastating "The
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I. \' -srr ._. .:* ..-:.'jfSrtt S + Stronger."
\ T : '': ; ...- One might call It a play of wills,
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: ;_L"&?- -:L .: f::? ? : i iiiup'M In which amazingly through the

r : medium of the dramatic monologue
.
p Is presented a brilliant study of

,. two female egos
The story Is familiar by now
M a A
aboard'new r 4 to C-3 students (whom the play
Step lavatory-equipped buses hereat
right
was presented to), so this review -
the and step off at South Florida
campus points,
will confine itself to the pro-
or big; Eastern cities. And remember---you save duction.
even more with round trip tickets.
Two productions were presented

one directed by Jerry Rhodesthe
.? ; other by Gerald JOMS. Having

__ ; been unable to set Rhodes

K production, I can only review
: 'HI&-n Jones'.
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I.- ;'J .,. This play rises and falls according
I to Its J lead. So really,
vA rF the chief difficulty encounteredIn
From Gainesville to: r
this play Is Fortunately
SARASOTA. . . . 44.83: casting. -
Jones chose D...
Margaret -
Via Tampa, St. Pete. 5 trips daily Dante Cologne and After Shave arc bracing Roman fragrances
tie as the talking Mrs. X with
that herald the return of elegant essences in the the result being s tine, ecU-..
NEW YORK. . . 432.30
ancient tradition. Try these exciting fragrances today and cured performance u the ambivalent -
5 trips dally, 4 without change
see why Dante Men are Full of Surprises. wife. Since Y says nothing
she can only be measured by her
DALLAS, Tex. . . . $32.15
Dante Cologne $2.95 Dant6 After Shave $2.50 facial expressions and reactions
Only I change enroute via Montgomery
Dante Twin Pack (containing a bottle of each) $::5.00. to X. Mary Stephenson' did quite
s good job In this respect, particularly
TRAILWAYS TERMINAL 'Add 103 ,... Tn Das11 XWmHtr v.U..bl. ..p....."ly M.N In her ability to maintain
527 W. University Avenue 372-6327
an almost comic stolidity.The .
(University Ave. at RR Crossing) 5
set Is modest, but effective.
Blocking Is good with the final

TRfflLWAYS look-back of Mrs. X U the lights
225 W. University Ave. fall, a beautiful touch. All In all,

travel earth Specialists In University Clothing a highly entertaining and thought-
Easiest on provoking IS minutes of theatre.

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Dear Folks,

I guess you've read the stories in the

newspapers about the activities la t e

Saturday and early Sunday. hope the account

you read was closer to the truth than many

of the stories carried nation-wide.

There were certainly not 8,000 students H.F i;r n h ai'! 1

rioting as some of the reports said. Local

police gave the number of students in the

demonstration at closer to 3,000 and hr

admitted that the crowd on the whole was

good-natured and only a minimum of

destruction took place.

Of the 3,000 students in the "riot" area, JAZZ CORNERNew

only half were actively engaged in any

kind of demonstration. The demonstrating

mainly consisted of shouting cheers arounda Orleans Jazz' Series

bonfire.The II

majority of the UF students are Charlie Bush who contributed so significantly to the creationof

fairly mature and level-headed. The crowd this American art. '

on the whole was passive with the majorityof Santa Claus came early this year. He left The exploits of such well-known jazz
,
me the following letter: Immortals as Kid Ory, King Oliver, Jelly Roll
the students moving along the streetsat "New Orleans Jazz," a new series of eight Morton, Buddy Bowden, and Nick La Rocca are

the request of the police department. half-hour programs,focuses on the old Louisiana described at length at locations, either actualor
city for a fascinating glimpse at one of reproduced, where the Jazzmen achieved
UF students would not
actively attemptto Americana's most picturesque spectacles the much of their greatness.
defy police and those who were arrested birth of Jazz.In Throughout the "New Orleans Jazz" series,
the glittering setting of old New Orleans, host Vern Cook, program director of WYES-
would not have had
if they soberly thought
circa 1885, "New Orleans Jazz" Introducesthe TV, New Orleans, talks with many of the old-time
about the consequences. viewing- audiences to many of the all-but- Jazz musicians who reminisce about the early
I No cars were burned and the campus forgotten influences on days of Jazz In New Orleans. Included are Papa
the birth of jazz and on Jack Laine, Papa Tom Albert, and Papa John
police said there was only a minimum of its development as a Joseph, each now over 84, and probably the only
c damage.The social phenomenon."New three living survivors of the era when jazz
Orleans Jazz" born.
was actually
events were more or less causedby premieres Wednesday, Next trlmonster (sic) "Jazz Corner" will

the anxiety over previous football games, Dec. 9 at 7:30 p.m.over return with more little "goodies" including
WUFT-TV, Channel 5. interviews,, biographies, record and book
the pressures of class work and a chanceto
Programs are repeated reviews, and an expose.If .
let off the steam built up before finals. Fridays at 8:30 p.m. you're driving home for the holidays you'll

By Monday the student body had settled This series takes Its have a better chance of making it if you make
cameras to the many that "one for the road" coffee.
down and the main thought was directedto places. the churches, BUSHthe Have a merry Christmas -- the merchantswill.

studying for finals.It honkey-tonks, the red light districts -- and .

is regretful that of the

accounts got out of hand and the many university's LeTTeRS iiiiiii::;::::;:;::;:;::;!::;:: ;;:;:;: .:.:.::.::.;.:;.;;.:.;.:.:.....:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:::.:::.::.:.:.::::::::::::::::::::""::"::::::::::::::1:::::1::::t::::::::::::I.1

image has been needlessly tarnished.A .
Law-abiding Student 1 1 1 1 1 m m mm m m1 1 t 1 1 1 1 m 1:1:1:1::: 1 1 1 ::1:1::: To The SOT S
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The FloridaALLIGATOR IIIII 'Up To You' EDITOR:

To the SOTS: .
t \\I! Are you guys drunk? Let's be reasonable.As .

:::::;:: EDITOR: a transfer student from a semester system
:::::;:: school, I know for a fact that there are study
Served by United Press International :::: matter what type of
::;: It is Indeed an unfortunate situation when pressures on the student no
:::::; "the Deep South's finest college system he Is under. ,
daily" (the financialangle
Editor.
.Walker Luud> the
:::::: Have boys though about
Alligator) cries for blood you
Managing Editor ...Jo l Ga ton and backs the attack "Trlmonster" System
of the so-called
Assistant Man.. ting Editor ..... ...Nancy BracheyAssUtant against inter-collegiate rivalry. I stopped by presently able to
We I am
not all rich!
Albert's are
lluuflnf Editor ........ ......0."e B.rko,.,ttz cage this morning and asked him what during the four-week
revenge, if any, he wished earn enough money ;
upon his FSU
painters.
..
Editorial Pare Editor ... .Ed Bailor four-month summer
The question Is Christmas break and
Sports Page Editor .....................Bruce Dudlex' Ignored mel so ridiculous that he completely vacation to stay In school. On the semester
City Editor ..sUp H3'.Is.r vacation and upon
two-week
system, one has a
Campus Living Editor ...................Dontta Mathison When I look smacked right 1"the face
back on my undergraduate days, returning to school, Is work aid
what do I remember? Was it Dr. Mumble- with finals. Have you ever tried to
Editorial Assistant*.-Jim Castello. Ann Carter. Don Federman. time? That Is
bottom's
challenging lectures In Logic 101 study for exams at the same
Tova Levloe. Ernie Lltt (Circulation Manager Stan KulpiCar- ,
Dr.
or Stoneheart's real
sincere interest In pressure!
toonlst). Ron S..lIlo. Sam my situation a
Spencer. Gary St..IuJhn, Ullman. at the
problems with calculus? Of course not. As So why don't you look heated
anyone who has attended an alumni reunion little more broadly before you launch
Reporters: Patti Pits (Student Government Beat ChleP Joe nave so
FLITS
will tell and
you it is those things done with the complaints. If you SOTS
KoUln Bob Golub, Joe Waldorf. Sharon Kelley. Ytette Cardozo. sy5tem,
passion of yough and/or In the spirit of much pressure on you under our present
rivalry
Frank Shepard, Lee Alexander. Agnes Fowles, Thelma Mossman, which precioUStime
your
relived
are by alumns of all why don't you stop wasting
Marjorie Green, Elsie Langbeln. D \1d Kennedy. Terry Posers ages. writing letters4o The Alligator, holdintmeetings
Susie Halback, Jeffrey Denke ltff. Dick Dennis Beverly Fiber. stale and
But more Important, Mr. and running all over thej
Lundy, is that by alone?
Dick Schneider, Greg Seltt, Sue Dobble. Lortaine .hC'udl.m1 leave triMESTER
stifling that the
passion and present, practical
Saperstala, llaureen Collins, Anne Gartrell, Kathy Walker.Barbara dampening that spirit
you are striking two more blows
Lttt Eunice I. Tall Glean for the lethargy 2tiC
Lanej which becomes more prevalent on college William 1.. Raynor -

FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaper campuses year after year. Foster these -
of the University of Florida and Is published five times weekly: traditions, even under the hard stare of an The Alligator gladly accepts letters-
except durlBf May, June and July when It Is published semi- over-paternalistic administration, and perhaps to-the-editor from all students and
..silly. Only editorials represent the official opinion of The there will be created a starting-point for the interested non-students In the cr.
reversal of this trend.
AJII tor. Columns present only the opinions of their authors. community. All we ask Is that "letl"
'The Alligator It entered as second class matter at the United The decision Is up to you. be signed! and "that a telephone Dumber

Post cece at GaIr svllb. be Included, so that letters may "
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Cheerleader Chaperone Eniovs Job"A i I

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few problems, a lot of fun explaining the variety of her the past head cheerleader. cheerleader for two years, a and at the traditional Florida-
and a rewarding experience" is activities. terminals, or lack of sleep Mrs. cheerleader has to have Georgia barbeque. They also cheerat
the way Mrs. Mildred G. Dollar, Regardless of problems, poor Dollar finds her job rewarding."We coordination a voice which carries Gator Growl and in the
chaperone for the UF transportation, waiting In get along beautifully," she well, a knowledge of the cheersand Homecoming Parade.
Cheerleaders, explains a cheer- Five of the eleven cheerleadersare claims. "There are few disagree- a general good appearance.The "The main work Involved Is
leaders' life. men and six, girls. In addition ments and we stick together." cheerleaders cheer at the learning the cheers and planningfor
Mrs.Dollar has been a chaperonefor there are five alternates for each "Our job is to coordinate the football and basketball games.Theydo the away games," said Pinney.
the cheerleaders for the past group. Tryouts for the squad are efforts of the students cheeringfor not cheer at the away basketball Often cheerleaders will be gone
four years. held in March, when they are their athletic teams," WilliamE. games.In from campus for the entire
"I give first aid, carry needle chosen by the Dean of Women, Pinney, head cheerleader addition to cheering at the weekend for an away game.
and thread and safety pins, take Dean of Men, President of the defined his task. "It is a lot of games, the cheerleaders representthe The business angles of the group
care of the cheerleaders and handle Student Body, captains of the work, but also a lot of fun too." student body at alumni are handled by Cortland V.
small emergencies," she said, football and basketball teams and According to Pinney, head UF breakfasts prior to football games Langworthy III.



I Arts College Getting Communities of Interest' I

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"Communities of interest In supplement them. really philosophers." by artificial departmental lines," Interested In our mathematics
which professors of similar spe- "The College of Arts and Sci- "The new divisions do not con- he said. "The activities of a department courses."
cialties can discuss their common ences is large and complex," said sist of departments per se," he are of real concern to Page said each division is headedby
problems" Is the goal of a program Page. "It gives students liberal said. "A professor Is a memberof other departments, both In and out a Divisional Chairman. AubreyL.
recently introduced in the Collegeof educations; it Is Involved in research a department for administrative of the College of Arts and Sci Williams graduate research
Arts and Sciences, according ; and it has a large fun- purposes, but he can be placedin ences." professor of the deaprtment of
to dean Ralph E. Pagge. ction of serving other collegesa -- any division in which he Is "Within the communities of Interest English is chairman of the Humanities -
The program consists of group- job requiring 75 percent of our Interested. we have created, communIcation division; Manning J.
Ing professors into one of four teaching efforts. between professors in varIous Dauer, head of the department of
divisions: biological sciences, social 'Many professors In our collegeare Page said the University Senate fields Is vastly Improved," political science Is chairman of
and behavioral sciences, humanities more closely connected with established the Division of Bio- he said. "For example, someoneIn the Social and Behavioral Science
and physical sciencesand work in another field than ours," logical Sciences, and he then decided the journalism school mightbe Division; and Harry H.Slslerhead
mathematics. Page stressed he said, "For example, some of to establish the other three. very Interested in our English of the Department of Chemistry, Is
that the new divisions would not our' really advanced mathematicians "Education, in the broadestsense department; and someone In the chairman of the Physical Scienceand
replace departments, but would consider themselves to be of the term is not restricted College of Engineering might be Mathematics Division.
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Pearl S. Buck


To SpeakAuthoress


Pearl S. Buck will
be guest on Channel 5's "In the

Margin of Culture" program, tonight ?
at 8 p.m.
Mrs. Buck and host Mark Damen
discuss China's culture and its
.. '
role In the world today as com- ; it
Nl a i hN
pared to its role In ancient civil-
ization.
She speaks of China's role in 'nu'"!
shaping the Chinese mind and the SS'
contempt the Chinese people have
for government.
'
Mrs. Buck admits that the peopleas J '
,
a group would never rebel P Ra, II

against Communism, they'd rebelas ,ti 4 iFM' S y rrn
individuals. She further claims
that Cummunism could never be 1 y'a W d

enforced among the peasants.Mrs. t0 ,sir iP
Buck says she thinks of iU h l( I ),' "1 Kh unr
5d
herself as an international writer."I .
don't work particularly for
goals," she explained. "I writea
book about the phase of life
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through which I am going. A crea- b'v
tive person performs out of his
life. I don't write to live, or live
to write."


Frosh Fraternity S:# S'1
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Eta Sigma has initiated 15 h'I{
men into the ranks of the freshmen I
men's scholarship fraternity.
Members were chosen on the basisof
earning a 3.5 or better averagein
either of their freshmen
trimesters.
Initiated were: Stephen Ander-
son, William Brandenburg, Robert
Crosson, Stephen Fuquay David

Morgan Hoffman, Armando William Mason Perez Thomas Miguel MAGIC SKIN FOR SPACE METALSYou've

Posada, Lawrence Pivec James

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Roger
Steger,
Yates. the skin was peeled off Oxidation is the apple peel. General Telephone & Electronics. Full
culprit. Innovations such as this are f fosteredby information is available from your Campus

ATO's Pick 11 Oxidation also attacks and damages an extensive research program con Placement Director. Or write to
metal parts in space vehicles and jet ducted by General Telephone & Elec General Telephone.& Electronics Laboratories -
'Little Sisters1Eight engines subject to high temperatures.GT&E tronics Laboratories. And in part are responsible 730 Third Avenue New York,

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I For Sale I J For SaleVIKING I r For f I Help Wanted ( I AutosMUST I



OUTLINE of ROSSITER'S 4 track, stereo tape deck. ATTRACTIVE LAKE LAND Area Jobs for SELL NOW 1962 Chev.SS.
PARTIES and POLITICS IN Model 76 compact. Slightly used. private entrance and ua te s. Top salaries, Cony. -- 327 engine-posltraction-
AMERICA. Call 376-9142 ask for $175. Call Univ. ext. 2832 between privileges. Ideal for Immediately available as follows: bucket seats power glide on
Lucian Prevatt, Room 321. (A- 8 and 5. (A-64-tf-nc). needs quiet place to Business Administration, floor r & h new rubber27000
67-2t-p). 372-7883. 3715 N. W. Chemical Engineers, Mechanical actual miles. Can trade and
IDEAL HOME for University and (B-62-tf-c). Engineers, Electrical Engineers, finance. Call 376-2688 before 5:30
DISHES, silverware, pots, pans, Medical Center personnel. Lovely I Legal Trainees, Lab Technicians, (G-63-tf-c).
electric broiler, Iron and board, location 5 min from Univ. 3 LARGE Comfortable undergrads, male or female.
and much more. Everything for bedroom, 2 bath with large living: each with lavatory t act Virginia O'Quln, MUST SELL-1956 MGA.Excellent
$22. Rocking chair $6. Girl's bike space. FHA financing. Call FR c 10 set s. Light in Personnel Lakeland condition just painted. Radio,
$5. Graduating, must sell. Call 64097. (A-55-20t-c). privileges. 1840 NW 2nd P. 0. Box 2263. heater, spoke-wheels, WW. Call
376-4951. (A-67-21-c). 65-4t-c). E-66-3t-p). 372-5942 after 3 o'clock. 111 SW
.. _______
62 SKYLINE 46x10, 2 BDR.
10th Street. (G-63-5t-c).
1964 HONDA 250 C.C. Excellent Trailer for sale. Air conditioned. 2 ROOM SUITE suitable 1 -- Cashier. Starting
condition. Cheap transportation.Phone Very nice. Phone Hickory Hill male students or 1st. $200.00 per month. 1956 VOLKSWAGEN, new tires,
6-3758. (A-67-2t-p). Trailer Park, 376-3694, after 5:30 would prefer a quiet Mrs. Hinton, Credit Union, radio. $395. Call 372-1359 after
p.m. (A-57-tf-c). place in a private J. (E-66-3t-c). 5 p.m. G-67-2t-c).
STANDARD Typewriter $15. 5368 or 6-2100. 202 NW
MAN'S ENGLISH Bike.Nearly new. (B-65-4t-c). secretary for Mon., 1962 AUSTIN-HEALEY,3000 MarkII.
$15. Call FR 2-5402 and ask for L. Rent ., Fri., commencing 2nd. 4 seater, fully equipped. Call
Star L or leave number.A-67-lt-p.). For J Shorthand and typing Bob Swan at FR 2-9363 or see
Call The Hillel at the PKA House. Will consider
MARRIED STUDENTS take astudy "L WantedWANTED I FR 2-2900 for an trade. G-64-5t-c).
break and look at a great trailer, FURNISHED NEW air-conditioned (E-66-3t-c).
8x36 with 9x18 2 room cabana. split-level apartment. Available 1960 PLYMOUTH, 4 door, 6
This outfit is COMPLETELY immediately. For 3 boys or girls, one male, quiet cylinder. Low mileage. Real
FURNISHED. Payments lower than $125.00 per month. For 2, $115.00per roommate to share I[ r clean. Only $595. Call FR 2-325'
Gainesville rent and you can sell month. 3 blocks from campus. bedroom house. Private Autos after 6 p.m. (G-64-5t-c).
when you graduate. Quiet Call 376-1301 after 1 p.m. 1824 Need transportation.
surroundings 5 minutes from NW 3rd Place, Apt. 39. (B-67- classman or Graduate
campus. Call for appointment 376- 2t-c). preferred. Call Eddie FIAT 4-door sedan in
2688 before 5:30. (A-67-2t-c). (C-67-lt-c). condition with only 8,000 I[ Real EstateFOR I
FURNISHED 2 bedroom duplex $250 equity and take over _
SET OF GOLF CLUBS AND BAG. apartment. Available Dec. 18. MALE ROOMMATE to of $750. May be seen at
3, 5, 7, 9 Irons and putter plus Lease required. $110 per month bedroom apartment near SW 8th Street after 5 p.m.G54tfnc SALE BY OWNER moving to
two woods. Excellent condition. for 3 persons. Water and gas $40.00 per month plus ). Tampa. Exceptional 4 bedroom,
ZUNDAPP SCOOTER. In good furnished. Call 372-7658 to see. Call Reed or Jack at 2 bath home. New electric kitchen.
condition and very dependable. (B-67-2t-c). (C-66-3t-c). ALFA ROMEOSpyder.$1250. Over 60' storage space. Separate
1958 model. $90.00 Room 992, SELL NOW. Call Bo.Cook, workshop. Tree shaded patio.
Weaver. 3729275. (A-66-3t-p)'. 2 SINGLES and 1 DOUBLE room RIDE WANTED to New or 2-9437, Pike House. Washer and dryer included. John
available to male students for (and/or all points west G-65-4t-c). Dillon, 225 NW 26th Street. (I-
CONSOLE TV. $35. Royal Type- 2nd trimester. Can be seen at Angeles.) Leave 67-2t-c).
writer -- like new. $75. Call 104 SW 8th Street. (B-67-2t-nc). between the 10th and HILLMAN MINX 4 door

2-7783. (A-65-3t-c). December. Share Gas. red interior. Steering FOR SALE BY OWNER LEAVING
EFFICIENCY Apartment available 2253 evenings. ( ) shift. R & H Good tires AREA. Nicely furnished duplex.
GRADUATING SENIOR must sell January 1st. $75, all utilities Good mechanical condition. $300 Immediate occupancy. One
Z year old Emerson air- except gas Included. 1604 NW 3rd. FLAVET Resident to 64"I best offer. Phone 6-8308. (G- apartment. Call 372-7658. ((1-67-
conditioner, 10,000 BTU, Reverse Place. Call 60101. (B-66-3t-c). 9 month old girl of ). 2t-c).
Cycle. $100. Also good 1 year old wife. Please call -

bed. $25. Call 372-6158. (A-65- FURNISHED Air-condItioned further information. ( BUICK SPECIAL. Radio FOR SALE BY OWNER 3
3t-p). split-level 3 room apartment with heater, fairly new tlrespaint bedroom, 2 bath home: Central
all kitchen appliances including good condition. $395 or best heat, built-in kitchen, and largelot.
8 MM CANON MOVIE, zoom lens, washer for 3 students. Call 378- Call FR 6-0119 or 2-0395 Many extras. FHA, $500down,
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pistol grip, carrying case. Nearlynew. 1693, 1824 NW 3rd Place, Apt. 3.B645tc Help tween 5 and 7 p.m. (G-65-4t-p). $88 per month. 1 1/2 years old.
$110. Call 372-6474. (A-65- ( ). 2025 N. E. 17th Terrace 376-
.
4t-c)
CHEVROLET Impala SS. 6972. (I-65-4t-c).
JANUARY TRIMESTER all units STUDENT to live on e exterior, black Interior.
3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, 2 year old general area main library-Unlv. and work full-time 4-ln-the-floor. Like new.
home. Carport, built-in kitchen. post office. Meets requirementsfor Christmas vacation 2-1436 or 6-5553. (G-65-
Plenty of room. $500 down and complete living,classes,quiet. time afterwards. Room -c). J PersonalDRY I
assume $75 per month payments. Refrigerators, no kitchens. constitute partial ,
1741 NW 55th Terr. Call 6-4323. Utilities Included. Rate $122.50 more information phone MERCEDES BENZ 190 SL
(A-62-71-C). and $110. 2 persons to unit, 3012. (E-62-tf-c). New paint and tires,
trimester rate. Phone 6-6494.B-
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: ..........................., ................. 63-5t-c) 378-1346. G-66-3t-p). 10
approx. articles of
*: :::::::::::::: :::::::: BUYER MEN'S & BOY'S clothing.
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...."............ ...... WELL HEATED room In private Permanent opening for FORD Convertible. Good to Laundrynext
home available to mature male ienced men's and University Post Office.
boy's -
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Parking, Jaywalking j 11.111 Ending TodaySeventeen 1 Service Is StressedCircle .j.1.t.j...

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Pedestrian and automobile traffic and parking facilities :&!1m coeds have entered : :::: K Club, the collegiate counter-part of the Kiwanis- ::::::::
at the UF are being studied by the Student Government (SG) :S:::::: the Miss Seminole contest so far-- :::::::'' sponsored Key Clubs, was started on the UF campus In the fall ::::::
according to William G. Barker, Secretary of Traffic and ?::::::: deadline is today. ::::::: term of 1963. ::::::::
Parking. |:|:::: Entries will be Judged by NBC :;::::: At present Circle K boasts 32 members. ::::::::
Barker Is assuming the Job and is carrying on research ::::1: star Johnny Carson, and the "big ::::::: According to Bill McCollum, 4AS, president of the UF chapter ::::::::
in the area. :::::::, gest trophy ever awarded on cam- ::::::: of Circle K, the main requirement for member ship in Circle ::::::::
"Jaywalking is a problem, especially on 13thStreet"he said. 3::::; pus will go to the winner's ::::::: K is service. ::::::::
He pointed out that the Traffic and Safety Committee In a ::::::::; sponsor, Greg Seitz, Seminole ::::::: Last year the UF Circle K received the district Single Service ::::::::
:: meeting Nov. 19 decided to close off the gateways In the fence ::1:1:::::: beauty editor said. According to ::::::: Award for the Florida District for helping to support the polio :vXi:::::
:; across from the C.I. and to eliminate the crosswalk, also. :ji-:::::::; Seitz, the trophy man be six feet ::1::: Inoculation at the UF infirmary. ::::::::
:; Barker said the measures had not been effected yet. He said |::|:::::: high.The ::::::: Other projects the Circle K supports Include the showing of ::';':;:'::'
;; assistant Dean of Men Arnold E. Wirtala is in charge of the |:j::1::: 17 entries are: :::1::j. the film "Miracle on Thirteenth Street" in Junior colleges; .: .
: measures and will work through the UF Plants and Grounds ::jj:::::::::; Ann Breslauer; Karen Rhodes, ::::::::: distributing a career booklet to male seniors; and publishing ::::1:::
::: Department. :::::::::: Scabbard and Blade;Suzanne Queen ::::::::: the Homecoming Guide, put out for the first time last Homecoming. ::::::::
':' Barker noted that one UF student has been injured at the :ii:;::::::: Lambda Chi Alpha; Diane Quat- ::::::::: "Next time we hope to expand the booklet," said McCollum. ::::::::
::: crosswalk already this year. ::::::::i: tlebaum, Alpha Delta PI; Terry !!!: The club also is taking over the guided tours of campus given ::::
::' "A student does not even have to own a car to realize ::::::::::: Ellen Flavin Lambda Chi Alpha; ::::::::: to high school students and clubs. Members are presently training :;::1:
:::: there are not enough parking spaces at UF," he said. ::j::::1::; Carolyn Craft, Delta Gamma; El- ::::::::; to give the tours.Sponsored ::::::::
::: Campus policeman Douglas Bennedict reported earlier this :ij::::::::; eta Cox, Chi Omega; Paula Joan ::::::::: by Kiwanis International, the Circle K is the world's ::::::::
:::: trimester 11,000 to 12,000 cars are expected to be registered ij:::::::;:: Hicks, Theta Chi; Marcia Anne :::;::::: largest men's service erganlzation.tf :;:::::::
:::; with the UF Police Department for fall with 4,500 parking :iji:::::::: Mase, Advanced Officers Club; ::::::: f!i
:::; spaces available on campus. :::::::::;: Anita Joyal, Alpha Chi Omega; :::.::;1 ;; ;xxtoX'tty-X'X'Xtt'X;&: ';'&::::Vx: ::;:%: : : : ::>XiX:::>XiX:: >x:>x;>X'XxWfc' :; : j1 1 1 111 1 1 1 n1:1:1j1:1:11:1:1:: ::;:: 11:1:1:1;::: 1 1 1 1j 1 1 1 1

::1: Barker sees no Immediate solution to the lack of parking ::1:1'::::;: Bonnie Stacks, Alpha Delta Sigma;
:::: spaces. ;$:::::;: Carol Lynne Schwartz, Alpha Ep-
.:::; "The UF simply needs more parking spaces," he said. ::::::::; silon Phi; Harriet Hughes, Alpha
:::: Barker cited the construction now underway of a parking lot |:::|:::: Omicron Pi; Joyce Dleidner, Delta -
:;:: in Beta Woods across from Fraternity Row. :jij::::::; Delta Delta; Cathy Caldwell,Al-
:::: "In recent years while buildings have Increased at UF, ::::::: pha Delta Pi; Karen Lee Rob-
:: parking facilities have not kept pace," Barker said. He said, jij::::; erts, Phi Gamma Delta; Kathy
.;::: plans are being made for a parking lot south of the gymnasium. jij;::::: zych, Delta Upsilon; Judy Drill,
::::: The Traffic and Safety Committee sponsored a safety campaign ::::::: Kappa Alpha; Claudia Daly, Kap-
::::: before the Thanksgiving weekend, and Barker said it will ;::'" pa Sigma; Annie Curtis, Pi Kap-
:: :: pa Alpha; Marie Barber, Phi tS dsls i
;::' probably sponsor another one before Christmas. t:::
;:;::' "All car decals for dorm residents are the same color," :::::; Gamma Delta; Paula Maret, New
;::1:: said Barker, "and this has created a problem, according to 1::::1: Orange Phi Peel; Donna Burger, Delta
:::::: complaints received from several Murphree Area residents." :::::: Epsllon.
;;::::' He said Murphree car owners have complained of car owners :::::;
t: of other dorms parking in their lot. Barker said he will study :r I GATOR 1. Check' and mate. How about 2. Let's act it out. Fit! be
:::::: the situation with UF Police Chief A. I. Shuler and perhaps *::::: another game? the! IJOM. Try and sell<< me.
:::::: can bring about each dorm parking lot to be designated with :::.:,
;::::: its own decal color. :::::: I'd tile to, Fred, but Okay.
;::::: Traffic and parking regulations are enforced at UF 24 hours ::::::I I have to get set fora
;::::: a day by 28 campus policemen, four duty sergeants, and two :::::: ADS job Interview
:::::::, plain-clothed investigators. :::::::.
:::::::: According to Bennedict, an average of 40 to 50 tickets are :!:!::
::i::::: issued for violations every day. :::::;I

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I Season Not Merry For 'Spirit' Drivers II


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i Combining the holiday season with the wrong and make him get out of the car," Johnson of if convicted In court. :::::::
i i:;:::::: kind of "spirits" spells double trouble for asserted. If he has liquor on his'breath, he can "Pleading guilty to a first offense means a ::::::::
::;::ii:::: UF students who drive automobiles. expect to answer a lot of questions. The police fine of $150 and 90 days suspension of driving ::::::;:;
::;:J::::: "It's the old problem of "one more for the officer checks the driver's dress, oral expression privileges," said Capt. W. D. Joiner, chief of :;:;::1
;::::::: road" which gets the drivers Into trouble," complexion, eyes, and manual dex- the Gainesville Police Department.convicted ::::;:::
:::::::: said Capt. A. S. Johnson, chief of the Gainesville terity," Johnson added. in court, the fine could be as much as $500 ::::::::
:::::::: Police, Traffic Division. Word slurring, face flushed, eyes bloodshotor and the suspension from driving as long as one ::::::::
:::::::: Between now and the close of the New Year's glassey, or inability to stand erect or walk year. For a second offense It's a mandatory ::::::::
:::::::: holidays-just five weeks, more drivers will straight result in a quick arrest of the driver, jail sentence," he added. :::::
:::::::: be arrested for driving while Intoxicated (DWI) Johnson noted. Further tests may be conductedat "If we pick up someone driving on campus who :::::::
:::::::: than during any other comparable period of the the Gainesville Police Station."I has been drinking a bit, we usually take him ::::::::
:::::::: year, according to Johnson. always have the driver close his eyes and to his dormitory or ask one of his buddies :;::::::
::::::: "Most drivers don't understand what it takes stand up straight for a few minutes," said to drive him there," said Lt.VernonK.Holl1man, :;::::::
!:::! to prove DWI," Johnson said. "The guy doesn't Lt. S. O. Roberts of the Florida State Highway deputy chief of the campus police. "We try to :::::;::
::::::: have to be "falling-down drunk," Just that Patrol, Gainesville District, "then have him try protect the student, but if he gets in trouble ::::::::
:;::: his faculties are impaired. That's enough," and touch his Index fingers together with his off-campus, we can't do a thing for him," ::;:::::
;::::: he said. eyes still shut. It's not easy to do when you're he added. ::::::::
:::::::: Police do not only stop those automobiles sober and darn near impossible after you've The Dean of Men and Dean of Women are ::::
:::::::: which are weaving along the road. When the been drinking," he added. in close contact with the Gainesville Police ::::;:::
:::::::: car is driven especially slow or waits unusually Fines and suspensions of driving privilegesare and Highway Patrol. Both offices receive flash ::::::::
:::::::: long before leaving a light, the policeman almost the same in Gainesville courts as reports when a UF student Is arrested for DWI. ::::::::
:;:::::: becomes suspicious, according to Johnson. In Alachua County. Actual amounts depend on After the case is settled,UF disciplinary machinery :::::::: ,I
:::: "Once we stop a driver, we question him the driver pleading guilty prior to a court trial goes Into operation. ::::;:::

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Two On Probation G;;; drrsiih; Nurse Works hOD Set I
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nursing
A select group of 15 nurses from dualized care for the pa-
hospitals throughout the state will tients.
For Stealing Signs Bones FoundDean gather at the UF Hospital and "A team," she said, "should
Clinics this week to study the mo- minimally consist of its leader,
dern concept of "team nursing"and who is the registered nurse in
of Men Frank T. Adams been taken yet. Fossil bones of a giant ground find out how the system works. charge of the care of a group of
and Honor Court public relations John Phifer, public relations sloth which was completely Team nursing, according to Lu- patients, a practical nurse and one
director John Phlfer have Issueda director of the Honor Court, said unknown to science until now have cille Mercadante, workshop coor- or two nursing assistants. When
Joint statement against students' the Honor Court usually does not been discovered In a fresh lime dinator and director of nursing this team functions effectively, the
stealing such items as speed signs prosecute, but "On top of one pit at Hale, a few miles east of services for the Hospital, Is a best kind of nursing care can be
and railroad signs.Of misconduct, stealing will be taken Newberry.Dr. system that provides more IndlvlI achieved she said.
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the two cases reported to up by the Honor Court. David Webbassistant I r- t
Dean Adams recently, on case, According to Phlfer the Honor curat"r at the UF's Florida State
referred to Adams by the Alachua Court can award as many as fifteen Museum, said the unknown breed
County SherrlPs Department, penalty hours or suspension or of sloth, which was about the size
concerned two boys who stole a expulsion from the UF to guilty of a lorge bear, Is one of the"Mis-
curve sign and a speed sign off students. He said the Honor Court sing links" In the evolutionary
Waldo Road. Adams said the boys "may start to prosecute if the history of the now extinct mammal.The .
have been put on probation.The stealing continues." bones were estimated to be
students could have been between 20,000 and 50,000 years.
arrested by the sherrif and takento We are not concerned as much
old.The I
court, according to Adams. about the signs as the thought- limb bones and teeth of the
The other case involved a stop lessness of removing them," Dean sloth were discovered by two ama-
I sign and a railroad sign. Adams Adams said noting that the curve teur fossil hunters, Phil Kinsey
said he has referred the case to sign was taken from a dangerouscurve of Jacksonville and Dow Rowland
the Honor Court, but no action has on Waldo Road. of Newberry.

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week the Inrerfraternlty
Council sponsored four Christmas s :.
Parties for children In the Gaines- I.aa5 S; :ri.1G:
ville Area.
The children In the Pediatrics ALLAN SHERMAN/ARTHUR FIEDLER
Ward of the J. Hlllls Miller Med Now Available off-campu; The masters of musical satire takean
ical Center were entertained Wednesday
t'i affectionate poke at Prokofieff
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afternoon by members of '4i
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Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity and ,
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Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority at a p- S was bound to happen! The top musical satirists of our time have joined forces in
pre-Chrelstnus party which featured lively' new album that plays fast and loose with the music of the masters. Recorded
Santa Claus and refresh "live; this high-spirited spoof includes Sherman's hilarious parody of "Peter and
the Wolf" (which includes such items as Beethoven's Fifth Cha-Cha-Cha and Aida in
ments. v'a Dixieland) plus the fresh and funny "End of a Symphony. And Allen makes his conducting
Thrusday afternoon members of debut here In a slightly swacked rendition of "Variations on How Dry I Am."
It's all great fun-as 13,327 listeners who heard these selections in concert can
PI Lambda Phi Fraternity and attest. Recorded in Dynagroove sound, it's an album you'll enjoy over and over again.
Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority enter-
tained over two hundred university
children at the PI Lam's 12th AyMI
Annual Christmas Party. Santa r 'fE l iAN
Claus appeared and greeted the
children beside the Channukah :1." OST01'I
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Bush. Mothers ;: ::"
and children were &.,..t\: "
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school bus.Fortyfive. ... \
Negro children from suTauum..s..r
the J. Quinn Jones Elementary .'
.. School were entertained by @
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members of Phi Gamma Delta 5 5 ...,,wIM ..y ITUVOT S,1 % .
Fraternity and Delta Gamma MlM8IH AMCKICAN
Sorority Friday afternoon at the GEM SOCIETY RCA VICTOR!!e
Phi Gam's 14th Annual Christmas e, .,.,_.... .
Party for Colored Children. A Gainesville's
personal touch was added to the
party In the 269 pound form of

James Mitchell, the Fiji's Negro N Quality
cook who portrayed Santa Claus and
distributed over $".00 worth of
Christmas presents to the bug- Jewelers
eyed children, who entertained the tCOR ,
Greeks with their singing of
.. Christmas carolS.
Forty underprivileged children .
met Santa Claus and were entertained 923 W. UNIV AVE.
i'' by members of Kappa Sigma
;;: Fraternity and Alpha Delta Pi Sorority 103 W University Ave
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Robe Invents Ski T ri ,. ('

GARY SWALLOW foot ski tricks and Is - r IV *? t
Assistant Sports Editor on his seventh. now working didn't believe them, he said, and ) : JI1IIIJJII'i! ...
Rabe was "discovered" whenhe called Dick Pope 'at Cypress "' .
To most ski enthusiasts, was 17 on the Rainbow Springs Gardens. Pope and his son, Dick .:::;' ... ""!!'
barefoot skiing Is an Impossibility, river In 1959 by professionals who Jr., had Rabe perform for them 'iij .. ';'
|but to Randy Rabe, UF Junior saw him go through the barefoot look at the "Gardens." A bewildered
"It's Just as easy as driving a backwards manuevers. overcame them as Rabe not
To Rabe, this was only proved the trick could be "
just
car. another
credited with trick done, but he did It for : ; ,' ..
Rabe Is having ; but to them, it was one three and ; :.,:11..:'
one half 'f
invented six of the world's b !' Rabp But miles .. .'..-:::....
.e't. -- to Rabe '
"skiing is Just a : j
r way of
? 7' relaxing and holds no
'n.z hV., ry ..:' ... "- future." He Is majoring In >

1r t' ';, .', father's accounting footsteps.The hoping. to follow in his P'

5 ft. 10, 160 pound trickster 4
attended the University in 1959 r
1\\ :;:, and "did not take to the grind of .'
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( studying. He finished his first ."
., '' two ye ars of college at St.
,f,' Petersburg Junior c
College and .. ,
transfered here with a 3.4 overall
average. t;, 1. J. ''....

; *.' > The tricks he Invented, most of .' ,'._'..,t2f..... ,...
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w f.t. drawing which were carefully board, planned Include on the a WHO SAID it couldn't be done, asks Rabe as he per- T

following: forms the backward barefoot swan, one of six world

.jr \ The backwards barefoot; back- barefoot ski tricks he has invented and perfected.
wards swan (one foot); barefoot
turnarounds; skiing on his bare
& hands; mixed< doubles barefoot ovR HoMf'BAI\E tLsicNii&ifthi
(skiing with a person on his I
shoulder); barefoot swan with one
GETTING READY for a barefoot turn-around, Rabe foot in the ski handle backward
I lifts left foot of barefoot swan with one foot in the
skillfully out water for the maneuver. handle.He .

Is also first to perfect a ;i )
f'r" WW"MM'{! IlI t) practical method for the deep water .
">tssev ; barefoot takeoff. Another skier OF THE
$
,. '; : developed a similar takeoff, but tmfCAMPUS
.? .1 his, he contends, is the first to be
100 per cent effective.The .
Ed Sullivan Show, Cypress
Gardens, and numerous short
movies are a sampling of the placeshe

has performed.Rabe 1
Is working on two things
now: the backwards barefoot mixed
doubles which has never been done,
and breaking the world's barefoot
P
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..' distance record which now standsat
'" ; 35:3.2 minutes and held by Don
U Tomson of Cypress Gardens.
,. ,.' Unofficially, Rabe says he has
1 w a+ i ., already travelled 50 minutes. lie
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hour even.
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Judo, Karate


Keep ActiveThe


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UF Intramural
Department's long list of activity brisk, bracing-the original
clubs has been seeing quite a bit
of action this fall. .,' spice-fresh lotion 1.25

The Judo Club meets every ends
drag, pull,
Monday Wednesday Friday
between 4:45 and 6:45 p.m. on speeds up j-
the gym floor.
The club will enter the state electric shaving

tournament this weekend and has 1.00
high hopes of placing several
winners ,f,,. '7'
in several categories. .
Among those highly touted In '
competition are KiyoSaja,who won helps ''educate your hair ,.\\t.-
the 135 lb. division In the South-
eastern Invitational Orlando last grooms naturally,
spring. Sa'Ja also teaches Judo to
the female members of the club. prevents drying 1.00
Charles Jones took second
place
In o .. .
the J
same tournament last spring. -
In the 150 lb. division. r .
The club also has the distinction "
of having two girls as members ELECTRICT
who hold the brown belt. _
The Karate Club is currently
wwii* ltra-club competition in _
Prp4iation. for several meets with ( @ldcfpkl :
other clubs in various .,
places '.. I.... "fl"
throughout the state. Dr. Sonu, SHULTON J4i.
,
ap Assistant Engineering \
Professor is the faculty sponsorand
Is working with the club to
develop more interest.He is bopfng @H&
that more people will come out -with that crisp, clean masculine aroma !

for the club and learn Karate.The,
meet on Tuesday-Thursday 4-6 N
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Dick Tomlinson ConsistentFlorida's f High School ChampsTo

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travels to Tallahassee basketball tomorrowto : team : Meet At Florida FieldThe

play arch rival Florida State.It .

will again be seniors Tom State Class A high school umbla High School of Lake City
Baxley and Brooks Henderson and
football championship will be and Wildwood.
sophomores Jeff Ramsey and Gary
played at Florida Field 8 p.m. rickets are two dollars for
Keller leading the attack.
w Njq Friday. adults and a dollar for students
Dick Tomlinson, a junior, will
will be between ColIncluding Florida students.
The Game
probably be the other started for
the Gators. .
The big scores In the Gators
game with Virginia Military were /"
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Baxley and Henderson with 17 '
points each and Ramsey and r=d
will
save you moneyon
Keller each scored 17 points in
the Stetson game. However, Tom- l Christmas vacationGet
linson has been consistent In his
,
scoring for the Florida squad.

Last year Tomlinson had an : ": -.','\ '. .'
standing season as the
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Florida's all-time individual
scoring mark with a total
points.In ( one free from your S.M.O.C.)
establishing this record
Gator eager sank 19 field

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count Coach heavily Norm on Sloan Tomllnson's says he f See Europe or Les- All Student Trips

perience and ability In leading
Gators this season. Travel in a small group with other students of your

One of Tomlinson's main same and interests. All"expense low-cost trips
Is his running ability and Stetson players for age
moves which help him score by ship or plane:
tional points on the fast, ( )
according to the coaching ADVENTURER: 47 days 10 countries $1072

BUCCANEER: 62 days 10 countries (Incl. Greece) $1296
II John PatientJEFF

VOYAGEUR: 69 days 14 countries (Incl.Scandinavia)$1440

Sports DENKEWALTER Writer in the Alabama game, VAGABOND: 46 days 14 countries (Incl. Russia) $1199
still feel it up until the

For a man whose injuries game. But as I said, Write for FREE itineraries and details, to:
are something you've got
like a Ben Casey script, as a' football player."
fullback John Felber takes a asked of his future plans, AMERICAN YOUTH ABROAD
attitude to his misfortunes. answered, "I plan to go' *
"You take any player major in business adminis- 44 University Station, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55414
the and he'll be
season After like
graduation, I'd
injured in some way. Bumps into some business."
burises are a part of this
just like passing and Feiber has had a real
Despite his unassuming year for a sophomore. His See What's New il

Felber has been hampered P'i and blocking ability have
his last game in high school us greatly," said Coach
a persistent and nagging .
jinx. He suffered a The Browse ShopTHE

shoulder separation while :
for Gainesville High School OUR STATUS SEEKERS ... . . .Vance Packard

senior year. This Injury

his play and finally forced TEAM! HIDDEN PERSUADERS. . . . .Vance Packard
give up freshman football at
While at Gainesville
Long
Felber received many THE WASTE MAKERS . . . .Vance Packard
his at
outstanding play
and linebacker. ( that I close at 8:00.

All-state, and high school THE ANSWER . . . . . Phillip Wylie

laurels.America were among his give everyone time to

When asked to comment THE EXAM SECRET . . . Dennis Jackson

play so far this season, the here before all

205-pound sophomore STUDENT'S GUIDE FOR WRITING PAPERS
think inexperience has hurt I
play the most. This ) .Kate Turabian
t' experience has caused me to 'M
mistakes. However, I
playing regularly I can I HOW DOES A POEM MEAN?. fo. John Ciarde
I
any shortcomings from

ience." TECHNICAL AND REFERENCE
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Felber has gained 159

If yards this year to place NAKED SOCIETY II. . . . Vance Packard
.. on touchdowns.the team and has scored

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I I::: Season Not M.for 'Sprt Drivers !!il!


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I::: Combining the holiday season with the wrong and make him get out of the car," Johnson of if convicted in court. mm
:::::::: kind of "spirits" spells double trouble for asserted. If he has liquor on his'breath, he can "Pleading guilty to a first offense means a ::::::::
: :::: UF students who drive automobiles. expect to answer a lot of questions. The police fine of $150 and 90 days suspension of driving ::::::::
:: ':::f: "It's the old problem of "one more for the officer checks the driver's dress, oral expression privileges," said Capt. W. D. Joiner, chief of ::;::
:::::::: road" which gets the drivers into trouble," complexion, eyes, and manual dexterity the Gainesville Police Department."If convicted ::::::::
::::::::: said Capt. A. S. Johnson, chief of the Gaines ," Johnson added. in court, the fine could be as much as $500 ::::::::
::1:::1i: ville Police, Traffic Division. Word slurring, face flushed, eyes bloodshotor and the suspension from driving as long as one ::::::::
:::::::::: Between now and the close of the New Year's glassey, or Inability to stand erect or walk year. For a second offense it's a mandatory ::::::::
:::::::: holidays-Just five weeks, more drivers will straight result In a quick arrest of the driver, Jail sentence," he added. ::::::::
:::::::: be arrested for driving while Intoxicated (DWJ) Johnson noted. Further tests may be conductedat "If we pick up someone driving on campus who :::::::'
:::::::: than during any other comparable period of the the Gainesville Police Station."I has been drinking a bit, we usually take him ::::::::
.::::::: year, according to Johnson. always have the driver close his eyes and to his dormitory or ask one of his buddies :::;:
::1:1:1::: "Most drivers don't understand what it takes stand up straight for a few minutes," said to drive him there,"said Lt.Vernon K.Holllman, ::::::::
::::::: to prove DWI," Johnson said. "The guy doesn't Lt. S. 0. Roberts of the Florida State Highway deputy chief of the campus police. "We try to ::::::::
::::::: have to be "falling-down drunk," just that Patrol, Gainesville District, "then have him try protect the student, but if he gets in trouble ::::::::::
::::::: his faculties are impaired. That's enough," and touch his index fingers together with his off-campus, we can't do a thing for him," :::::::::
;;::::: he said. eyes still shut. It's not easy to do when you're be added. ::::::::
:::::::: Police do not only stop those automobiles sober and darn near impossible after you've The Dean of Men and Dean of Women are ::::::::
:::::::: which are weaving along the road. When the been drinking," he added. in close contact with the Gainesville Police ::::::::
:::::::: car is driven especially slow or waits unusually Fines and suspensions of driving privilegesare and Highway Patrol. Both offices receive flash ::::::::
:::::::: long before leaving a light, the policeman almost the same in Gainesville courts as reports when a UF student Is arrested for DWI. ::::::::
:::: becomes suspicious, according to Johnson. in Alachua County. Actual amounts depend on After the case is settled,UF disciplinary machi- ::::::::
1::::::: "Once we stop a driver, we question him the driver pleading guilty prior to a court trial nery goes into operation. :::1::

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Two On Probation Ground Sloth :Nurse Workshop SetA

I select group of 15 nurses from dualized nursing care for the pa-
hospitals throughout the state will tients.
For Stealing Signs Bones Found gather at the UF Hospital and "A team," she said, "should
Clinics this week to study the modern minimally consist of its leader,
concept of "team nursing"and who is the registered nurse in
Dean of Men Frank T. Adams been taken yet. Fossil bones of a giant ground find out how the system works. charge of the care of a group of
and Honor Court public relations John Phifer, public relations sloth which was completely Team nursing, according to Lucille patients, a practical nurse and one
director John Phifer have Issueda director of the Honor Court, said unknown to science until now have Mercadante, workshop coordinator or two nursing assistants. When
Joint statement against students' the Honor Court usually does not been discovered in a fresh lime and director of nursing this team functions effectively, the
stealing such items as speed signs prosecute, but "On top of one pit at Hale, a few miles east of services for the Hospital, is a best kind of nursing care can be
and railroad signs.Of misconduct, stealing will be takenup Newberry.Dr. system that provides more Indlvl- achieved," she said.
the two cases reported to by the Honor Court." David Webbassistant --- :--- ._ ---- -
Dean Adams recently, on case, According to Phifer the Honor curator at the UF's Florida State
referred to Adams by the Alachua Court can award as many as fifteen Museum, said the unknown breedof
County Sherrifs Department, penalty hours or suspension or sloth, which was about the size
concerned two boys who stole a expulsion from the UF to guilty of a lorge bear, is one of the"Mis. -
curve sign and a speed sign off students. He said the Honor Court sing links" in the evolutionary
Waldo Road. Adams said the boys "may start to prosecute if the history of the now extinct mammal.The .
have been put on probation.The stealing continues." bones were estimated to be
students could have been between 20,000 and 50,000 years. I -..
arrested by the sherrlf and takento We are not concerned as much
old.The
court, according to Adams. about the signs as the thought- limb bones and teeth of the I '
The other case involved a stop lessness of removing them"Dean sloth were discovered by two ama-
( sign and a railroad sign. Adams Adams said noting that the curve teur fossil hunters, Phil Kinney
.,. said he has referred the case to sign was taken from a dangerouscurve of Jacksonville and Dow Rowland
the Honor Court, but no action has on Waldo Road. of Newberry.

IFC:
Sponsors 111.111.

Holiday PartyLast The University Of Florida -


week the Inrerfraternity
Council sponsored four Christmas
Parties for children In the Gaines 4OJ. eif3 XiI1gNow :
ville Area.
The children in the Pediatrics ALLAN SHERMAN/ARTHUR FIEDLER
Ward of the J. Hillis Miller Med Available off-campu The masters of musical satire take
ical Center were entertained Wed- .
nesday afternoon by members of .'.'1'1 .,\ an affectionate poke at Prokofieff,

Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity and -_ ;, Brahms, Beethoven & othersIt

Delta Phi Epsilon Sonority at a was bound to happen! The top musical satirists of our time have joined forces in
pre-Chrelstmas party which featured a lively new album that plays fast and loose with the music of the masters. Recorded
Santa Claus and refresh "live: this high-spirited spoof Includes Sherman's hilarious parody of "Peter and
the Wolf" (which Includes such items as Beethoven's Fifth Cha-Cha-Cha and Aida in
ments. Dixieland) plus the fresh and funny "End of a Symphony." And Allen makes his con
Thrusday afternoon members of ducting debut here In I slightly swacked rendition of "Variations on How Dry I Am."
It's all peat fun-as 13,327 listeners who heard these selections in concert can
Pi Lambda Phi Fraternity and attest. Recorded in Dynagroove sound, it's an album you'll enjoy over and over again.uMtttMM.t.jn .
Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority entertained -
over two hundred university
children at the Pi Lam's 12th '
Annual Christmas Party. Santa 3iAN ]
Claus appeared and greeted the
children beside the Channukah :F.," .-. I ioNflws j
i'' ..
Bush. Mothers and children were "I It. \ ;. .
transported to the party in a rented ., ,'I:"' \I ,JI,,,.
1-.J Pi&DLE1
school bus.Fortyfive. *
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Negro children from
the J. Quinn Jones Elementary
... School were entertained by @
'" r / ; 4'i.i.I""XT1PV -"g
members of Phi Gamma Delta l tfrj laa
Fraternity and Delta Gamma MtMBCft AMEftlCANMM

Sorority Friday afternoon at the SOCIfYGainesville's RCA VICTORS! !!
Phi Gam's 14th Annual Christmas @,,._
Party for Colored Children. A
personal touch was added to the
party In the 269 pound form of
James Mitchell, the Fiji's Negro Quality
N
I cook who portrayed Santa Claus and
distributed over $75.00 worth of
Christmas presents to the bug- Jewelers
eyed children, who entertained the tCOR
'A1
Greeks with their singing of
.. Christmas carol .
Forty underprivileged children
met Santa Claus and were entertained 923 W. UNIV AVE.
by members KappaSlgma
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Robe Invents Ski Tricks

__ "
GARY SWALLOW lOOt SKI tricks and Is now working - )', ..
Assistant Sports EditorTO on his seventh. didn't believe them, he said, and -. ''''
'
Rabe called Dick Pope 'at Cypress ,'" .
was "discovered" when he Gardens. Pope and his '. :: .....)tf/! :--
son, Dick
ski enthusiasts, was 17 on the .
most Rainbow Springs Jr., had Rabe ----.r ......
barefoot skiing is an m i river in 1959 by professionals perform for themat '
OF junior the "Gardens."
A bewildered '
but to Randy Rabe, saw him go through the barefoot look 1
overcame them
as Rabe not
"lfs j Just as easy as driving a backwards manuevers.To only .
proved the trick could be
Icar." Rabe, this was just another done, but he did It for three .,. -
Rabe is credited with having trick, but to them, it was one one half miles. and .' <; : -
invented six of the world's bare- which had never been done. Rabe + r&P' _
-, --- .. w t.' But to Rabe, "skiing Is Just a ",
<... : :; .::. way of relaxing and holds no

',:: ... .. future." He is majoring in .
t accounting hoping to follow In his
,: '.' :..v, father's footsteps.The .

5 ft. 10, 160 pound trickster f
attended the University in 1959 :

.J". and "did not take to the grind of t;1
studying." He finished his first
f ,
-. two years of college at St.
Petersburg Junior College and o'
transfered here with a 3.4 overall p ; "t(
,
1t. \" average. a. :
:. .. ,., ,
,' ,: '> The tricks he invented, most of .
< T
.
,
;' ...1:7' .J:.... which were carefully planned on a WHO SAID it couldn't be done, asks Rabe as he per-

.; r... ;, ;,.>,"... : following drawing: board, include the forms the backward barefoot swan, one of six world

"". 1t-.. ,., !." )ij., The backwards barefoot; back- barefoot ski tricks he has invented and perfected.

wards swan (one foot); barefoot
turnarounds; skiing on his bare

.,, : $; hands; mixed doubles barefoot out IIoMiBAKEDLsA'INh
tI
(skiing with a person on his
<...
HI'" shoulder); barefoot swan with one

GETTING READY fora barefoot turn-around, Rabe foot in the ski handle backward
I barefoot swan with one foot In the
skillfully lifts left foot out of water for the maneuver. handle.He .
//s THE HiT ) I
.._.. is also first to perfect a .
-- ---- -- --
111'. "? 1-1 practical method for the deep water
f'l. ,,\',,!:, "II)r. '.}, ';1. barefoot takeoff. Another skier THe
\ OF
'.. oj;
'; : tih developed a similar takeoff, but
; his, he contends, is the first to be
,. 100 per cent effective. CAMPOSt1tarmanella's
The Ed Sullivan Show, Cypress
Gardens, and numerous short
O Y movies are a sampling of the placeshe

has performed.Rabe .
is working on two thingsnow
: the backwards barefoot mixed
doubles which has never been done,
and breaking the world's barefoot
distance record which now standsat
-
35:3.2 minutes and held by Don
t'
Tomson of Cypress Gardens.

/ Unofficially, Rabe says he has
.A/ l ,' already travelled 50 minutes. lie
M
wants to set the new record at one

".., : "- hour even. -
)<' to. '.

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I OFF, says Rabe, who i seen coming out of & Service

an underwater barefoot takeoff.



Judo, Karate


Keep ActiveThe

.
UF Intramural brisk, bracing-the original
Department's long list of activity
clubs has been seeing quite a bit spice-fresh lotion 1,25
of action this fall.

The Judo Club meets every ends drag, pull,
Monday Wednesday Friday
between 4:45 and 6:45 p.m. on speeds up

the gym floor. electric shaving
The club will enter the state
tournament this weekend and has
high hopes of placing several '
winners In several categories.
Among those highly touted in naturally'L I ,.- '

competition are KiyoSaja,who won helps I
the 135 lb. division in the South-
eastern Invitational at Orlando last grooms

spring. Saja also teaches judo to 1.00
the female members of the club. prevents drying (

Charles Jones took second place ..
in J
the same tournament last spring.
r
In the 150 lb. division.The -- .
club also has the distinctionof /ELECTRIC .

hjvli.g two girls as memberswho
hold the brown belt.
The Karate Club is currently ;

holding ltra-club competition in @ldd ia
prepay..tion for several meets with
,'
other clubs in various places '" I.U' "

throughout the state. Dr. Sonu -- SHULTON i@B
ap Assistant Engineering

Professor is the faculty sponsora
a Is working with the club to : :

develop that more Interest.is hoping & -with that crisp, clean masculine aroma I
more people will come out
for the club and learn Karate.They
..
meet on Tuesday-Thursday 4-6
,,1D. oo
the gym floor.



t 12, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, Dec. 8, 1964Dick .

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Tomlinson Consistent I High School Champs


...., .... .". .J ., .
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Florida's basketball team I u ""J\( ,t( ;,' r To Meet At Florida FieldThe

travels to Tallahassee tomorrowto I Ii
play arch rival Florida State.It I
will again be seniors Tom State Class A high school umbia High School of Lake City
Baxley and Brooks Henderson and football championship will be and Wildwood
sophomores Jeff Ramsey and Gary played at Florida Field 8 p.m. Tickets are two dollars for
Keller leading the attack. I Friday. adults and a dollar for studentsThe

Dick Tomlinson, a Junior, will ... Game will be between ColIncluding Florida students.
probably be the other started for I
the Gators.
The big scores in the Gators I
game with Virginia Military were This card swill '
Baxley and Henderson with 17

points each and Ramsey and save you moneyon
Keller each scored 17 points in
the Stetson game. However, Tom- Christmas vacationGet
linson has been consistent in his I
scoring for the Florida squad.
Last year Tomlinson had an outstanding ','
season as the Gators
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second highest scorer with a 16.4 f Y
'4. average.In : :
the Gators game against l
Tampa, Tomlinson shattered a
Florida's all-time individual game r 4 .
scoring mark with a total of 44 S.M.O.C.
points.In r ( one free from your )

establishing this record, the
Cator eager sank 19 field goals .
for another school record. Your Sheraton Man on Campus has a free Sheraton Student ID
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Coach Norm Sloan says he will See Europe r or Less-All Student Trips
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and ability In leading the r7 -
Gators this season. Travel in a small group with other students of your

One of Tomlinson's main assetsis -. --- same age and interests. All"expense low-cost trips
his running ability and fine DICK TOMLINSON fights off Stetson players for
plane
by ship or :
moves which help him score addi-
rebound. (Photo by Bob Ellison)
tional points on the fast break, ADVENTURER: 47 days 10 countries $1072
according to the coaching staff.

BUCCANEER: 62 days 10 countries (incl. Greece) $1296

| John felber Makes Good Patient
VOYAGEUR: 69 days- 14 countries (Incl.Scandinavia)$1440

only prime asset for a good
JEFF DENKEWALTER the ribs in the Alabama game, $1199
fullback. VAGABOND: 46 days; 14 countries (Incl. Russia)
Writer still feel It until the
Sports I could
up
.... As Felber said "With the styleof
most Georgia game. But as I said, and details to:
offense the Gators and Write for FREE itineraries ,
For a man whose Injuries read Injuries are something you've got
teams use, the fullback has to be
like a Ben Casey script, Gator to expect as a' football player."
a good blocker. This is especiallytrue YOUTH ABROAD
fullback John Felber takes a light The fullbackhas When asked of his future plans, AMERICAN
on pass plays.
attitude to his misfortunes."You answered "I to *
Feiber plan
to be able to pick up linebackers goon 44 University Station, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55414What's
take any player duringthe or help on the blockingof and major in business adminis-
season and he'll be hurt or the defensive ends if you want tration. After graduation, I'd like
Injured in some way. Bumps and passing game to click." to go into some business."
your
burises of this
are a part game
While his play hasn't been has had real
a
"John Felber
just like passing and running. Ste New il
affected by Injuriesthis His
seriously
Despite his unassuming attitude, good year for a sophomore.
Felber has been hampered since year, Felber admits to having size and blocking ability have ___
been slightly hampered by a rib helped us greatly," said Coach
his last game In high school witha
and nagging Injury injury.As Ray Graves.
persistent The Browse ShopTHE
In
he said, "I got kicked
jinx. lie suffered a complete ..

shoulder separation while playingfor STATUS SEEKERS ... . . .Vance Packard
Gainesville High School his LET'S GET OUT AND SUPPORT OUR
senior year. This Injury hamperedhis

play and finally forced him to FINE GATOR BASKETBALL TEAM! HIDDEN PERSUADERS. . . . .Vance Packard
give up freshman football at UF.

Feiber While received at Gainesville many honors High for, GAME TIME/ : 8 PM All Season Long THE WASTE MAKERS . . . .Vance Packard

his outstanding play at fullback (The team knew that I close at 8:00.
and linebacker. All-conference, ,
All-state, and high school all- THE ANSWER . . . . . Phillip Wylie
.
America were among his many They wanted to give everyone time to

laurels. THE EXAM SECRET . . . Dennis Jackson ,
When asked to comment on his
play so far this season, the 6-foot enjoy the fine eating here before all
205-pound sophomore said, "I STUDENT'S GUIDE FOR WRITING PAPERS
think Inexperience has hurt my Turabian
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play the most. This lack of the games.)

t' experience has caused me to make J.

mistakes. However, 1 believe by HOW DOES A POEM MEAN? . John Ciarde
playing regularly I can overcome GOOD LUCK BOYSIGIVE' !
any shortcomings from Inexper- ,

ience." EM HELL! TECHNICAL AND REFERENCE
Despite this lack of experience,
Feiber has gained 159 rushing
If yards this year to place third JLARRY'S NAKED SOCIETY. . . . Vance Packard
... on the team and has scored two

touchdowns.However, the big fullback:doesn't WONDERHOUSE REFERENCE DATA FOR RADIO ENGINEERS

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