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The (I) Floridad I

The Last OneToday I

marks the last day of
ALLIG TOR
classes and the last edition of .
The Alligator this trimester. f
Publication will resume with ,
the first day of classes Jan. 11. Vol. 57, No. 68 University of FloridaGainesville Wednesday, Dec. 9, 1964 ';

DAILY"! f
THE DEEP SOUTH'S FINEST COLLEGE



I DEPENDS ON WHO YOU TALK TO :, i

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I COPS Too Rough On Riots ? I


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YVETTE CARDOZO Harbeson said. "Then the cops came through th. crowd yelling 'get
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Staff Writer back' and hitting everyone across the shins, girls Included."
Joiner. however, lodged a complaint of student brutality.
tq e "J'b Police brutality -- was it a part of Saturday night's student riot? "Someone came up behind one of our men and struck him across
Students say yes, police say no. the shoulders with a two-by-four plank of wood. He developed a blood
? "I saw two girls wacked across the shins,"said Sherman A. Harbeson, clot and may have fractured ribs," he said.
3AS. "They were just standing on the sidewalk outside the CollegeInn Ronald G. Thornton, 4BA, said he saw at least two students hit by
when cops came through the crowd with night sticks." police.
But according to Gainesville City Police Chief, William D. Joiner, To this, Joiner said, "No doubt several students were struck, But we
"One of our men won't hit a girl unless she physically attacks him." never use more force than is necessary to preserve peace."
"The people outside the C.I. were just milling around and watching." University Police Dept. also denied using unnecessary force.
MERRY CHRISTMAS
"We had not roughed up anyone,"said Investigator Watson, "We I
AND HAPPY FINALS -J.JfJ. .. I. physically touched only two students, and that was just to hold them ;
FROM Iflt/l back." I

i5- ( ,-; tif cueLt&U1I Lt.cheers.Vernon Holllman said university police even led students In afew I

Duane S. Owen, who witnessed much of the riot from the roof of
his fraternity house and who later moved with his friends down to
the Droward Hall area, agreed with Holllman's statement.
"They did lead us in cheers," he said."They even helped bring wood
for a bonfire near Droward Hall."
Joiner said a hearing was set for next Tuesday. Those picked up
I during the demonstration will be tried then.
Joiner added that anyone who feels he was unfairly treated should
17'Deadwood tJJ bring it to the attention of the dean of men's office. Such complaintswill

be handled Tuesday, he*said. *



GoneIn AAyfrTynn\\6 Hale- Condemns I




Leg Council Saturday RiotsLester
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L. Hale, dean of student referral for disciplinary action."
MAUREEN COLLINS affairs, condemned the student rioting "It will be my recommendationthat
Staff Writer at the UP Saturday night strong disciplinary measuresbe
and said that "many of thoseat taken against those who were
The non-functioning Legislative council committees existing before the scene are going to receive responsible for the melee."
the October Legislative Council elections have been discontinued, disciplinary action." Dean Hale said that Saturday t
according to Leg Council Majority Leader Robert Segal. He declared "Any student who night's melee was Injurious to t
"All of Leg Council's committees are now functioning," Segal was present after the assemblywas "the students, the institution, and

said. declared 'unlawful' by police In particular, to the good studentsat
Each chairman of the six committees now operating has given The jeopardized his education In so the UF."

Alligator a summary of committee doing." And any students who can "I personally am very ashamed
work for the fall trimester.The be identified through pictures or of students and upset to think
any other means are subject to that the student wouldn't use bet-
Students Get excuse committee, under J.. ter Judgment," Hale added.
the chairmanship of Tommy Tart JofJ..{ }r Hale said that all students wwr

(Gator), has met three times since Adams ContinuesRiot warned against unlawful assemblywhen
Leg Council elections early In they entered the UF at the
Holiday HomesA October. It has adopted a code beginning the trimester.He said
governing unexcused absences that every student received a copyof
from Leg Council meetings, and InvestigationInvestigations Florida Statute, Section 870.04
sign on the door of the For- considered approximately 15-20 which outlaws "agitating participating -
eign Student Office advises men excuses for missed meetings. In or being a spectator at
whose dormitories will be closed of students Invol- had their ID cards confiscated any crowd gathering declared to
during Christmas vacation that Four persons who have missed ved in the Saturday night riot con- Saturday night and set a time be an unlawful assembly."
they may get a bed in Frame two Leg Council rneetins unex- tinued yesterday bt Dean of Men. for them to appear before the fac-
Dorm "N." cused have been verbally warnedat Frank T. Adams. ulty disciplinary Committee next According to UF regulations,
students often the Council meetings. The excuse week" Adams daid. "violation of the statute will subject -
Foreign are lie said that he had talked with
during the holidays. committee recommended one per- "If anyone was arrested or bad j the Individual to Immediate
unlucky ones
Gainesville but that he
Some of them live so far away son be dropped from the Council police, their I.D. taken after the unlawful suspension or expulsion from the
detailed
had not received reports -
because he has missed three meet- yet UF after a hearing before the
that it might take most of their assembly warning was given, they
Ings. He was not dropped.The from the police. may well appear before the com- Faculty Disciplinary Commute
"We will be contacting all the mittee when It meets next week,"
(Continued on Page 2)) publications committee Hale said h* thought the riot
students who were arrested or Adams saW.rrfl .
"hasn't done that much"accordingto was staged as I "rbt11l0n.calnat
chairman Alison Conner f.rrr. .lj.........!...../.!...!......!...!.............!...o.!.........r..y........!....!..........-.rrrr. .!.:r/l .:.-.'..............."....'.'....1'.I'.Nh..J'.h..x.-.....n................!4.f. '...../..".: law and order In gtrwral, not
ABOVE ALL STUDY' (Gator). Miss Conner was ap- r against either the campus police
pointed chairman approximatelyfour or the Gainesville police."
1 Trend Flushed In
weeks 1
ago.
r There wu no ulterior motive behind

In academic affairs committee # There's a new trend In higher education at the UF .. dor- < the riot Halt said.
is "just getting organized" i 3 mttory toilet paper Is going modern. He( said that students with whom
w according to chairman Roseann :| The old paper came In separate sheets. The new type 1s i h* talked Indicated that the football
1'r Spicola (Gator). Miss Spicola: has ;f used from a roll. $ game was just an "excuse"for
been chairman of this committee ? "We find the new roll type a great improvement over the % the riots.
yOtySTUDYBOTHERED six weeks. %: fold type," one university official said. "No one liked the old % "W* are bending every effortto
# kind and It cost more, so w* decided to make the switch." % obtain the police reports and
The budget and finance com- |i The trend, which started last month, Is still In progress. % Interview the students Involved
mittee led by Floyd Price (Action) & Of the seven girls' dorms, Droward. Mallory, Yul**, and % as quickly as possible In orderto
has met every other Tuesday since Reid have their new paper. % make an early decision on the
the October elections, and has f Graham Area is next on the list. Men's dorms are also % Individual cases," Hal said.
approved approximately $7,000 la r expected to receive the new paper. % "On the other hand w* do not
? special requests, in addition to All, Education....lt'. a wonderful thing. g4feift0& want to act hastily and therefore,
considering regular budget and It will be torn time before all
See Page 11 financial matters >$'.. 4'.QA mfi :: $ :mrA the decisions are rendered."






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: : Pi Lamda Theta Art Exhibit Delta Phi Epsilon :::?::.;.:..

: The Pi Lambda Theta traI. Graduate and advanced News BriefsAlpha Reggie Stark, 3AS,will pre. :f;:
ditional Christmas tea will be painting students majoring in Campus side over Delta Phi Epslion :::::
held Dec. 13 from 3-5 p.m. the UF's department of art, sorority for the next year. f::
:I.: at the home of Dr. and Mrs. are exhibiting thier current Delta Delta Her assistants are Lynn ::;::;::
J.W. Norman 405 N.E. 10th hrough; Dec. 18. The Cfaflery Epsilon Pi Delta Wolly, vice president; Arlene :::::;:.
: Ave. AU members and their hours are 9-12 noon and 1:30- Alpha Epsilon Pi will hold Newly elected officers of Kleinberg, pledge mother; ::}:
:4;: husbands are invited. 5 p.m. its annual Christmas party for Delta Delta Delta include: Bonnie Wlllner, rush chair :;;:;:::
:i: JM Dames the children at the J. Hlllls President, Diane Denning; man; Joy e Schwartz, recording ::::;::
,;..:.|:'.:: Fla.-LSU Films Journalism Dames will Miller Health Center tonightat Vice President, Susan secretary; Nancy I:
: ::::::: The Alachua County Alumni meet tonight at the home of 6:30 p.m. The kids will be Knoebber; Chaplain, Marie Weinberg, corresponding secretary :::;::::
:$:::: Association 1. showing the Mrs. D.F. Fedderson, 1725 treated with refreshments, Barber; Recording Secretary, ; Maureen Schwartz, :::jj:
::ig:::: Fla.-LSU films in color at NW 10th Terrace, at 8 p.m. presents which have been col- Meg Sowell; Corr. Secretary, treasurer; Marilyn Shinbaum. ;:::::
t:jj:::f 8 p.m. in McCarty auditorium All members are urged to lected by the brothers and Mary Jane Evans; Treasurer, member at large;Susie ::;:;:::
:::|:f tomorrow. No charge for attend as plans will be made pledges, and a visit from Joan Gllmour, and Marshall, Nacht, parliamentarian and :;:::;::
Bee Webber. Iris Bookbinder. historian. :;:
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I Holiday. Homes ,: For 'PLUS VALUE' i


(Continued from Page 1)) vitations to students to let them open during the Christmas holIdays 4 INSURANCE ASK
vacation getting to ana rrom their stay in their homes," Farris said, ," according to Richard F.
homeland. "but few families are in a pos- Kraus, resident counsellor of Mur- R.E. POLAND
"Very few foreign students ex- ition to offer hospitality at Christ- phree Area.
ept some in close Central and South mas time because of the lengthof Also open will be five roomsat j About Gulf Life's
American countries find it prac- the Christmas vacation or because : 1504 W. University Ave., the
ticable to visit their homes," according they have their own com- same building that houses the Off-
to Glenn A. Farris, for- mitments to their families." Campus Housing office. ADAPTAPLANA
eign student adviser.OF To help these students and others "We consider these rooms sort
who can't get away for Christmas, of off-campus, on-campus living," Gulf
Life [Ti
Off about 568 foreign studentsat university housing is trying to accommodate Kraus said. Drawer G
the UF, about 110 live in the as many as possible. For men students whose dorms
dormitories, Farris said. "Buckman Hall, Fletcher"K"anc will be closed during the holidays, 376-2404 INSURANCE COMPANY LLJ
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Dec. 9, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 3




I I i He Doodled His Way Into Cartooning I


Playboy fame this trimester when Addis Joined the St. Peters-
Alligator Cartoonist Stan Kulp is a young man with cartoonson
his mind and money in his pocket or money on his mind burg Independent as editorial cartoonist.
the best thing about drawing cartoons,
When asked what's
and cartoons in his pocket. Sometimes it's hard to tell which.
senior from Sanford, steppedinto he quips "I like doing It..but the paycheck is fine."
Kulp, a 21 year-old journalism
and admits he Just
formal art education
little
He has had
the shoes of Don Addis of the Alligator Orange Peel andTHE
doodled his way into cartooning.
"There really wasn't that much pressure on me, he said.
"After looking at some of the art work in other campus pub-
lications I haven't seen anyone who could do a better job."
"I have copied a lot of my style from Addis," he added. -
"In fact, before I came to the UF I guess I really didn't havea
style."
Kulp said he draws four types of cartoons.
"There are the kind which come just like that," he said I
KEEP ALERT TABLETS mapping his fingers. "Some I have to mull around in my mind r
for a week or two, just waiting for a chance to use them. Of
r course a lot of my cartoons are dictated to me. I am told what
to draw and I draw it."
o "The ones I remember the most, though are the ones I
have to sweat out he continued. "Those are the ones whichI
spend most of my time on and the idea usually comes to me
SAFE WAY to stay alert 15 minutes before a "night class. An average cartoon takes over
half an hour to draw.

harmful stimulants lie calls himself a sort of black sheep of the family Brothers KUlPSOTS
without Wesley and Ramond and sister Kristlna along with his parents
have no particular interest or ability In drawing.
makes feel drowsy while GoingAt
NoDoZTM keeps you mentally you After graduating he would like to go to work for a news-
alert with the same safe restudying, working or driving, As a journalism major he may start out as a reporter,
fresher found in coffee. Yet do as millions do perk up paper. after
Into cartooning
but hopes to work his way gradually FSU USFFlorida
NoDoz is faster,handier,more with safe, effective NoDoz finishing some art courses. ,
reliable.Absolutely not habit- Keep Alert Tablets.
forming.Next time monotony Another tint product of firm teboratertu.FROM TIRED ofWALKING State University mem-
KISER'SOFFICE bers of the Society for the Obliteration

., of the Trimonster Sys-
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,. ,. '''' 4;:St"I' ':.!"" '. 'J\t.. ) UF's SOTS to Iron out problemsof
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... "It' to
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ir-tI.
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\\\f\ MEMO flectrics: _, attending from took place four universities Wednesday

EXCLUSIVEOLYMPIA night at Florida State's student
\\tl TRAltWAYS.fTake ._. there are center. Universities represented
DEALER always goodtransportation Included UP, FSU, University of
; : South Florida, and Stetson Univer-
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\ FASTER, listed in the Gator "Although Stetson la not on the
; Expert' Repairs Classified Section. trimester system" Cofer said,

HOME 604 N. Main St. "they (Stetson SOTS) fell that
ROUTES would be in their
abolishment
J l its
Phone 2-9607 Call Univ. Ex. 2832 best interests." ,
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HOLIDAYSNo .
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of that Psych major I've had! my eye on.

Step aboard new lavatory*equipped buses right hereat .. And the fit! Mr.Thomson, please,
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dean last week criticized reporters from the journalism
school who get their facts wrong. It wasn't the first time he
had said It and most assuredly won't bring the end to college
reporters getting their facts wrong.
But, nevertheless, there's something that needs to be said--
not in defense of the reporters, but more in explanation to the
dean.

Dean, we know you are familiar with the fact that all students
need laboratory courses in order to round out their educationand
give in practice in his chosen field.

This is true in chemistry, physical education, and, yes,
even journalism. But in journalism, it's different.A .
journalism professor--a good one, that is--can't teach his
students how to be newspapermen by keeping them In the class- I 7
room like a chemistry instructor can do.
The "lab" for a journalism student is the world, or in this "
case, the campus. There is no other way for a student to learnto "Well he's got to learn sometime.
be a newspaperman than to get an honest-to-goodness story
under honest-to-goodness conditions.
To keep the students on their toes,the stories must be available
for publishing. And that's where the rub with the dean--and the LETTERS:
mistakes--become evident.
E i While the chef must eat his mistakes, and the doctor bury
his, the newspaperman must publish his for all the world to see. 'I Cannot Understand Your Silence'EDITOR
But we digress. Our aim here is to explain to the dean what
the students are doing when they come to interview him.

Dean, these students are learning to become proficient at : doing. Hundreds of the finer brains at the
their profession, the same as your students are when they attend University of Florida have acknowledged this

THEIR labs. I was a little disconcerted to see the story year-in-year-out by cooperating with student
But the would-be journalists can't hold their lab in a classroomfor "Cub Writers Wrong" in the December 3 reporters. University news sources--ranging
their lab is the world. Unhappily, for you, you are part of
Alligator go unanswered by you--either by from the janitor in Rolfs Hall to PresidentJ.
this world.
elaboration in the story itself or in editorial Wayne Reltz--have made significant con-
Would you deny one of your students the right to learn from comment.For tributions to training tomorrow's newsmen.A .
HIS lab class? You that to
are doing another professor when you the casual reader, let it be known that few--the most vocal being Dean D. K.
refuse to talk with
a still-learning journalist. much Alligator content--perhaps up to 70 per Stanley of Physical Education--feel they should
cent in some Issues--Is written by a class in have no role in this training process. Their
elementary reporting taught in the School of best defense is to refuse to speak with student
Journalism. I personally think the wide reporters and, incidentally, deny news to the
', :. Red Tape At UF coverage performs a service to the Universityand student body. This has been Dean Stanley's
..\ the student body. practice over the years.
But the ultimate responsibility for accuracy These are factors which good interpretative
rests in the editor of the publication this reporting or editorializing would have revealed.

Red tape Is red tape no matter who gets tangled In it. case, you. Since you have chosen to use the I am sorry you have chosen to remain silent.
The other day an Alligator staffer fought with the UF's pre- class effort so abundantly, I cannot understandyour
ponderance of administrative gobbledy gook for 70 minutes before silence when its publication Is criticized Horance G. (Buddy) Davis, Jr.
finally surrendering and going home. especially when criticized unjustly in Associate Professor
She called 11 officials in eight departments scattered across an ultra-generalized way. School of Journalismand
the campus, without a single "hit." At the very least, you might comment Communications
Secretaries said the people were either "in meetings," "outof editorially that the criticism is much like the
the office," "out of town," or, the best one of all, "gone admonishment of the mother for her child not ********************
down the hall." to approach the water until he can swim. ja;> ,
No one knew when the people would be out of the meeting, An aspiring reporter can learn only by (ED. NOTE -- See Editorial Today)

back in the office back In town or back from down the hall.
In its haste to be a good efficient administration, we hope
those in authority haven't forgotten what this whole big universityis

Namely for. students. Well Alright

BOOKS SAY MERRY CHRISTMAS BEST

The FloridaALLIGATOR Now It's SPBAEDITOR

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We wish to protest to the Society

Editor*. .......*.... ..... .. .. .. .. .*.. . .Walker Luiid> for the Purchase of Socks for Men SUGGESTED SELECTIONS AVAILABLE ARE -
Managing Editor .. ..... ...... ...... ... .. .... .JoelCa umAs being formed by Roberts.Houston. I(\)IffWI', '
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know
Utant llaiujlnc Editor .... .... .. .. ...Xjrry Brache\ : What
Assistant Managing Editor ..II..... .. .. ..1>.I\f' Brrkowttz business or pleasure does Robert
..' Paste Editor .. ...... .. ... ... .. .. Ed Batl>ec S. Houston have looking at boys'
Sports p.aci Editor ... ............... . . ..Bruce Dudley bert ankles S.? Houston Has it ever that occured to Ro- X THE KENNEDY YEARS

"Clt)' Editor ... .... ......... ... ...... .. .. .. .SUpHavU-- the members of
opposite sex have
Campus Uvlnf Editor .. .................... Donita lath different
sentiments on this subject? V FOUNDING
FATHER: Story of Joseph P. Kennedy
Barring
extreme drops in
Editorial U.i.t.ant.Jlm C'Jfl.1I0.M C'.11 her Don rt.lnm.1r: temperature
Tova Levin, Ernie Liti (Ch'cubtiIJnJf"r'. Sun Kulp: Cartoonist and certain formal
). Ron Spencer. Gary Swallow Steve Vaughn, Sam Ullmaiu: only occasions unobjectionable bare ankles but fairly are ex-not X REMINISCENCES I . . Douglas MacArthur

citing. Therefore we of the SPBA
Reporters: Patti Pita (Student Government Beat Chief Joe (Society for the Preservation of X COMPLETE WAR MEMOIRS OF DEGAULLE
Kollin, Bob Golub, Joe Waldorf. Sharon KelleYtette Ordoio Bare Ankles) heartily commend
Frank Shepard, Lee Al.xandfr.ntl Fowles. Thelma Mosjman.
those
males at this institution
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Susie Halback, Jeffrey C. .w.lItu. Dick Dennis. Bemly Faber. find find in observing their"hairy,
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I A Letter To Santa?. Not. This Christmas
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DEAR BABY JESUS: acadeirilc is It? And there didn't you're even In second place now. our newest Orange Peel, the cam-
seem to be any difficulty collecting Please don't blame Santa, though.He pus humor magazine. The Three
First of all, Happy Birthday.It a lot of participants when still represents the Spirit of Wise Men are having "It's Girl"
probably Isn't absolutely pro- someone yelled "riot" later that Giving, and that's fine. It's just shouted at them from somewhere.Isn't .
per, my using this column in sucha evening. Figures on that range that the kind of giving folks are that funny? Everyone smiles
manner, but, after all, it is from 2,500 to 8,000. I don't sup- mostly thinking about nowadayshas when they read it --- you're
Christmas and a time for pose Christmas on Campus could a price tag connected to it. "square" if you don't -- but may-
Christmasy columns so perhaps It ever hope to draw half of that. This is a little off the subject, be deep down Inside, people feela
won't be looked on as too Some other people say the but they even carry all this com- little guilty over showing amusement v-
inappropriate.They program doesn't draw because it's mercializing overboard during the at jokes like that.
had a nice service for you too early in the month, Christmasis Easter Season. Everybody knows The only t thing Is, several
here at the University campus still too far away. that's when we're supposedto thousand people paid a quarter
Sunday night, but you probably Maybe so, but someone has sure pause and remember your death each to enjoy the Peel while, asI
would have been disappointed at succeeded in getting Christmas and resurrection but Mr. Vance said. only about 200 went to the
the turnout. There weren't more going way ahead of time these Packard, who spoke here recently, trouble of spending nothing but an
than about 200 persons there, and days. The City of Gainesville said one New York newspaper cap- hour of their time paying homageto
that's not too good since the student crews were busy putting up town tured the new meaning of Easter you Sunday night.
body numbers close to 15,000. Christmas decorations right after more accurately last spring whenit Maybe everyone will be a little
Our president, Dr. Reitz, said Thanksgiving, and the merchants carried a full page ad which more thoughtful, though, after they
the turnout was about average for think so much of your birthdaythat proclaimed, "Easter Is A New get through with finals and go hometo
the Christmas onCampusprogramcommemorating they begin their Yuletide decorating Pair of Shoes." be with their families and
your birthday butI and advertising long Well, that's New York and it'sa friends. Maybe-- if they get their
remember four before Turkey Day ever arrives. long way off and Easter's Christmas shopping done In time,
years ago when Gee, they just put pictures of another season anyway. We were and if there aren't too many partiesand
the auditoriumwas Santa Claus all over the place. talking about Christmas, and If the egg'nogIsn't too strong.
packed. You remember Santa. He's the maybe people around here aren'tas Maybe they'll all try, and maybenot
Some say the jolly old fellow in the red suit lacking In the true Christmas --- but Happy Birthday, any-
trimester systemis who's practically displaced you in Spirit' as they sometimes seem. way.
to blame for the the public eye as the figure Christ- I sort've wonder, though, whenI -JIM
small crowds; mas is all about. It's possible see a cartoon like the one in
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the Publication first day of will classes resume Jan.with 11. Vol. 57, No. 68 University of FloridaGainesville Wednesday, Dec. 9, 1964

_____ "THE DEEP SOUTH'S FINEST COLLEGE DAILY"!



I DEPENDS ON WHO YOU TALK TO I




I CODS Too Rough On Riots ? I



YVETTE CARDOZOStaff lUrbeson said. "Then the cops came through th. crowd yelling 'get
Writer back' and hitting everyone across the shins, girls included."

Joiner however, lodged a complaint of student brutality.
"Someone came behind one of our men and struck him across
up
student riot'Students
Police brutality -- was it a part of Saturday night's
S'I" no. the shoulders with a two-by-four plank of wood. lie developed a blood
say yes, police say
"1 saw two girls wacked across the shins,"said Sherman A, Harbeson,,, clot and may have fractured ribs,"' he said.
iy r N. f 3AS. "They were Just standing on the sidewalk outside the College Ronald G. Thornton, 4DA, said he saw at least two students hit by

y 3'k.. ; Inn when cops came through the crowd with night sticks." police.To .
i this Joiner said "No doubt several students were struck, Out we
,
,
But according to Gainesville City Police Chief, William D. Joiner,, "
"One of our men won't hit a girl unless she physically attacks him." never use more force than Is necessary to preserve peace.
"The people outside the C.I. were Just milling around and watching," University Police Dept. also denied using unnecessary force.
MERRY CHRISTMAS "We had not roughed up anyone,"said Investigator Gene Watson, "We

AND HAPPY FINALS physically touched only two students, and that was Just to hold them
FROM 1/t f4.1Lrs back."
Lt. Vernon Holllman said university police even led students in a i

few cheers.
Duane S. Owen, who witnessed much of the riot from the roof of
his fraternity house and who later moved with his friends down to

1 the reward Hall area, agreed with Holll man's statement.
}pit j M x "They did lead us in cheers," he said."They even helped bring wood

for a bonfire near Droward Hall"
Joiner said a hearing was set for next Tuesday. Those picked up

during the demonstration will be tried then.
Joiner added that anyone who feels he was unfairly treated should

tJ/ bring It to the attention of the dean of men's office. Such complaints

will be handled Tuesday, he said.

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Deadwood GoneIn I I\A\ Hale Condemns




Leg CouncilMAUREEN Saturday Riots


Lester L. Hale, dean of student referral for disciplinary action"

COLLINS affairs, condemned the student rioting "It will be my recommendationthat
Staff Writer at the UP Saturday night strong disciplinary measuresbe
and said that "many of thoseat taken against those who were

The non-functioning Legislative council committees existing before the scene are going.to receive responsible for the melee." i
the October Legislative Council elections have been discontinued, disciplinary action." Dean Hale said that Saturday t

according to Leg Council Majority Leader Robert Segal. lie declared, "Any student who night's melee was injurious to 1
"All of Leg Council's committees are now functioning," Segal was present after the assemblywas "the students, the institution/ and
said. declared 'unlawful' by police In particular, to the good studentsat

Each chairman of the six committees now operating has given The Jeopardized his education In so the UF."
Alligator a summary of committee doing." And any students who can "I persopallY am very ashamedof
work for the fall trimester.The be Identified through pictures or students and upset to think
any other means are subject to that the students wouldn't use bet-

Students Get excuse committee, under ..A,. WA- ter Judgment" Hale added.
the chairmanship of Tommy Tart H yr Hale said that all students were

(Gator), has met three times since Adams ContinuesRiot warned against unlawful assemblywhen
Leg Council elections early in they entered the UF at the

HomesA October. It has adopted a code beginning of the trimester.said
Holiday governing unexcused absences that every student received a copy

from Leg Council meetings, and Investigation of FU rlda Statute, Section 870.04
outlaws "agitating participating -
which
sign on the door of the For- considered approximately 15-20
In or being a spectator at
Student Office advises men excuses for missed meetings.
eign Investigations of students invol- had their ID cards confiscated any crowd gathering declared to
dormitories will be closed
whose vacation that Four persons who have missed ved In the Saturday night riot con- Saturday night and set a time be an unlawful assembly."
Christmas
during two Leg Council meetlns unex- tinued yesterday bt Dean of Men. for them to appear before the faculty -
they may get a bed in Frame According to UF regulation,
cused have been verbally warnedat Frank T. Adams.He disciplinary Committee next
Dorm "N." "violation of the statute will subject -
week Adams dald.
Council meetings. The excuse ,
Foreign students are often the committee recommended one per- said that he had talked with "If anyone was arrested or bad the individual to Immediate

unlucky ones during the holidays. son be dropped from the Council Gainesville police, but that he their I.D taken alter the unlawful suspension or expulsion from the
of them live so far away received detailed reports before the
Some had not yet UF after a hearing
because he has missed three meetings assembly warning was given, they
that It might take most of their from the police. Faculty Disciplinary Committee."
well before the com-
He was not dropped.The may appear
"We will be contacting all the mittee when it meets next week," Hale said he thought the riot

(Continued on Page 2)) publications committee students who were arrested or Adams( said. was staged as a "t.belUonacaIMt

"hasn't to chairman done that much"Alison according Conner 'r'r> ::::-':g08&g&g&g0I : :: ::: :::::::rr!;fr rlrfrrrff.: )f'fl:f r f.rr::? /!/..........t..rrr'rrrrf': : /.I law and order in g,n.ral, notagainst
f> either the campus police
ABOVE ALLSTUDYI (Gator). M I s* Conner was appointed r'l.yf "
chairman approximatelyfour Flushed \ or the Gilnesvllle police.
InThere'
I Trend
weeks ago. There was no ulterior motive behind

r at the UF .. dormitory the riot, Hale said.
trend In higher education
a new
The academic affairs committee ty
1 He said that students with whom
$ toilet 1* going modern.
Is "Just getting organized"according paper
football
he talked indicated that the :
to chairman Roseann i The old paper came in separate sheet The new type 1*
"excuse"for
4 game was Just an
Splcola (Gator). Miss Splcola ha* '$ used from a roll. the riots.
been chairman of this committee rrr "We find the new roll type a great Improvement over the % effortto

,,, lOhrSTUDYBOTHERED six weeks. f fold type," one university oUIcla1said. "Ho one liked the old" % "We obtain are the bending police every report and
& kind and it cost more, so we decided to make the switch. %
involved
student
The budget and finance committee ,r The trend, which started last month, Is still In progress. % interview the
led by Floyd Price (Action) y Of the seven dorm, Droward. Mallory, Yulee, and % a* quickly: U possible in orderto
new make an early decision< on the
has met every other Tuesday since r Reid have their paper. % "
the October elections, and bas Graham Area i* next on the list. Men's dorm are also % individual cases, Hale said.
"On the other hand we do not
approved approximately $7,000 In / expected to receive the new paper. %
want to act hastily and therefore,
? special request, in addition toconsidering fy Ah, Education....it'* a wonderful thing. % all
and it will be some time before
regular budget
See Page 11 financial matters. .'fo/y///'mw /// /R'hW.'l7hX'm7 X the decision are rendered."






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The PI Lambda Theta tra- Graduate and advanced News BriefsAlpha Reggie Stark, 3AS,will pre. :$:;::;:f::
: ditional Christmas tea trill be painting students majoring in Campus side over Delta Phi Epsilon :<;1::;r
: held Dec. 13 from 3-5 p.m. the UF's department of art, sorority for the next year. ':;:;:'.
: at the home of Dr. and Mrs. are exhibiting thier current Delta Her assistants are LYnn ::;:};:;
Delta
J.W. Norman 405 N.E. 10th hrough Dec. 18. The Cattery Epsilon Pi Delta I Wolly, vice president; Arlene :;:::;:
.: Ave. All members and their hours are 9-12 noon and 1:30- Alpha Epsilon Pi will hold Newly elected officers of Klelnberg, pledge mother; ::':3 J
:" : husbands are Invited.Fla.LSU 5 p.m. its annual Christmas party for Delta Delta Delta include: Bonnie Wlllner, rush chair. :$::;:;::
I: JM Dames the children at the J. Hillis President, Diane Denning; man; bye Schwartz, re- t$;1
jo:.:.:. Films Journalism Dames will Miller Health Center tonightat Vice President, Susan cording secretary; Nancy ;:$;::::;
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:S:: Association 1. showing the Mrs. D.F. Fedderson, 1725 treated with refreshments, Barber; Recording Secretary, cretary; Maureen Schwartz, 1:::;$::::
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jx| tomorrow. No charge for attend as plans will be made pledges, and a visit from Joan Gilmour, and Marshall, Nacht, parliamentarian and '::':
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to Glenn A. Farris, foreign mitments to their families." Campus Housing office. ,,1.ADAPTAPLAN
student adviser.OF To help these students and others "We consider these rooms sort
who can't get away for Christmas, of off-campus, on-campus living," R.E. Poland
Gulf Life [Ti
Off about 568 foreign studentsat university housing is trying to accommodate Kraus said. 1>O Drawer G
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I He Doodled His Way Into Cartooning -- Ij



Alligator Cartoonist Stan Kulp is a young man with cartoonson Playboy fame this .trimester when Addis Joined the St. Peters-
his mind and money in his pocket or money on his mind burg Independent as editorial cartoonist.
I and cartoons In his pocket. Sometimes it's hard to tell which. When asked what's the best thing about drawing cartoons,
Kulp, a 21 year-old journalism senior from Sanford, steppedInto he quips "I like doing It..but the paycheck is fine."
the shoes of Don Addis of the Alligator Orange Peel and lie has had little formal art education and admits he just
doodled his way into cartooning.
"There really wasn't that much pressure on me, he said.
t. "After looking at some of the art work in other campus pub-
lications I haven't seen anyone who could do a better Job."
"I have copied a lot of my style from Addis," he added.
"In fact, before I came to the UF I guess I really didn't havea

oo, style.Kulp "said he draws four types of cartoons.

"There are the kind which come Just like that," he said
KEEP ALERT TABLETS smapping his fingers. "Some I have to mull around in my mind
i for a week or two, Just waiting for a chance to use them. Of
i LAI course a lot of my cartoons are dictated to me. I am told whatto
draw and I draw it."
o "The ones I remember the most, though are the ones I
have to sweat out, he continued. "Those are the ones whichI
spend most of my time on and the idea usually comes to me
THE SAFE WAY
to stay alert 15 minutes before a night class. An average cartoon takes over
half an hour to draw."

without harmful stimulants lie calls himself a sort of black sheep of the family. Brothers KULP
Wesley and Ramond and sister Kristina along with Ms parents
NoDoZTM keeps you mentally makes you feel drowsy while have no particular interest or ability In drawing.
alert with the same safe restudying, working or driving, After graduating he would like to go to work for a news- SOTS GoingAt
fresher found in coffee. Yet do as millions do perk up paper. As a journalism major he may start out as a reporter,
NoDoz is faster,handier,more with safe, effective NoDoz but hopes to work his way gradually Into cartooning, after FSU USFFlorida
reliable.Absolutely not habit- Keep Alert Tablets. finishing some art courses. ,

forming.Next time monotony Anotfitr fins product of Iron Ukontorioo.V .
KISER'SOFFICE TIRED oI'WALKING State University mem-
bers of the Society for the Ob-
1'.. .. literation of the Trimonster Sys-
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HOME Classified Section. trimester system" Cofer said,
\\\h\1h ROUTESFOR 604 N. Main St. "they (Stetson SOTS) tell (that

Phone 2-9607 Call Un!Y. Ex. 2832 its abolishment would be In their
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dean last week criticized reporters from the journalism k
school who get their facts wrong. It wasn't the first time he V
had said it and most assuredly won't bring the end to college
reporters getting their facts wrong.
But, nevertheless, there's something that needs to be said.
not in defense of the reporters, but more in explanation to the
dean.

Dean, we know you are familiar with the fact that all students
need laboratory courses in order to round out their educationand
give in practice in his chosen field.

This is true in chemistry, physical education, and, yes,
even journalism. But in journalism, it's different.A .
journalism professor--a good one, that is..can't teach his
students how to be newspapermen by keeping them in the class- n
room like a chemistry instructor can do.
The "lab" for a journalism student is the world, or in this
case, the campus. There is no other way for a student to learnto "Well he's got to learn sometime.
be a newspaperman than to get an honest-to-goodness story
under honest-to-goodness conditions.To .
keep the students on their toes, the stories must be available
for publishing. And that's where the rub with the dean--and the LETTERS:
mistakes--become evident.
i While the chef must eat his mistakes, and the doctor bury
his, the newspaperman must publish his for all the world to see. 'I Cannot Understand Your Silence'EDITOR
But we digress. Our aim here is to explain to the dean what
the students are doing when they come to interview him.

Dean, these students are learning to become proficient at : doing. Hundreds of the finer brains at the
their profession, the same as your students are when they attend University of Florida have acknowledged this

THEIR labs. I was a little disconcerted to see the story year-in-year-out by cooperating with student
But the would-be journalists can't hold their lab in a classroom "Cub Writers Wrong" in the December 3 reporters. University news sources--ranging
for their lab is the world. Unhappily, for you, you are part of Hall to PresidentJ.
Alligator go unanswered by you--either by from the Janitor in Rolfs
this world. elaboration in the story itself or in editorial Wayne Reitz..have made significant con-
Would you deny one of your students the right to learn from comment.For tributions to training tomorrow's newsmen.A .
HIS lab class? You are doing that to another professor when you the casual reader, let it be known that few--the most vocal being Dean D. K.
refuse to talk with a still-learning journalist. much Alligator content..perhaps up to 70 per Stanley of Physical Education--feel they should
cent in some Issues--is written by a class In have no role in this training process. Their
elementary reporting taught in the School of best defense is to refuse to speak with student
Journalism. I personally think the wide reporters and, incidentally, deny news to the
I.I Red Tape At UF coverage performs a service to the Universityand student body. This has been Dean Stanley's
the student body. practice over the years.
But the ultimate responsibility for accuracy These are factors which good interpretative
rests In the editor of the publication this reporting or editorializing would have revealed.

Red tape Is red tape no matter who gets tangled in it. case, you. Since you have chosen to use the I am sorry you have chosen to remain silent.
The other day an Alligator staffer fought with the UF's pre- class effort so abundantly, I cannot understandyour
ponderance of administrative gobbledy gook for 70 minutes before silence when its publication Is criticized. Horance G. (Buddy) Davis, Jr.
finally surrendering and going home. especially when criticized unjustly in Associate Professor
She called 11 officials In eight departments scattered across an ultra-generalized way. School of Journalismand
the campus, without a single "hit." At the very least, you might comment Communications
Secretaries said the people were either "In meetings," "outof editorially that the criticism is much like the
the office," "out of town," or, the best one of all, "gone admonishment of the mother for her child not J ********************
down the hall." to approach the water until he can swim. F'o

No one knew when the people would be out of the meeting, An aspiring reporter can learn only by (ED. NOTE .. See Editorial Today)

back in the office, back in town, or back from down the hall.
In its haste to be a good efficient administration, we hope
those in authority haven't forgotten what this whole big universityis

Namely for. students. Well Alright
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BOOKS SAY MERRY CHRISTMAS BEST

The FloridaALLIGATOR Now It's SPBAEDITOR

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> THIS WEEK'S
We wish to protest to the Society

Editor*. ......'...... .... .. ... .... .'.. .Walker' Lui.d> for the Purchase of Socks for Men SUGGESTED SELECTIONS AVAILABLE ARE
being formed by Robert
Managing: Editor .. ..... .. .... ....... .. .... .. Joel' Ca.wuAstfUtjnt First we would like to know Houston.: What It JIf.r,"'''..rn'fJJI'Iflfl' \ ''I\tI ir-1l1lll\1fl'\'rifIT: ,fld7\,.
Brach:
Manning Edilorv"r>
business or pleasure does
Assistant t.tJIUinC Editor .. ... .. .. .. .Due BrrkowU RobertS.
Houston
Editorial Par Editor ........ .. ..... ... .. ... .EdBaibec ankles have looking at boys'
Sports Page Editor ..... .. .. ........ .. ...Bruce Dudlev bert S.? Houston Has it ever that occured to Ro- X THE KENNEDY YEARS
City Editor ... ..... ..... .. .. ... .... ... ... .. .. .s"lp HJ\'hja' the members of
opposite sex have
Campus Living Editor .. ... .. ..... .... . .. Doitttj Mjth.s sentiments different '
Barring on this subject? FOUNDING FATHER: Story of Joseph P. Kennedy!
extreme drops In
Editorial Aaslstant_..Jlm Castello.AnnCattrr. Don f..1nmJr temperature
Ton Uvtn Ernie Litt (Circulation Manager. Sun "ul&&:, ,:n" and certain formal
toonlst). Ron Spencer.' Gary Swallow Steve Vaughn, Sam L'llmaiu' only occasions unobjectionable bare ankles but fairly are ex-not ;X REMINISCENCES . . Douglas MacArthur

citing. Therefore we of the SPBA
Reporters: Patti Pttx (Student Government Beat Chief JOt (Society for the Preservation of COMPLETE WAR MEMOIRS OF DEGAULLE
Collin, Bob Golub, Joe Waldorf. Sharon Kelle\ Ytette Cardozo Bare Ankles) heartily commend
.rut Stepard, Lee Al.undtr.CM' Fowles Thelma Mosjman. those males at this institution who
Marjorie Green, Eytn Lingbein. David .Kenned Terry Rogers. give us this simple pleasure we PATTON: ORDEAL AND TRIUMPH
Susie Halback, Jeffrey Denkewalter. Dick Dennis. Beverly Fator. find find In observing their"hairy,
Dick Schneider, Greg S.itz, Sue Dobble, tort aine VUcardt. AmSaptntola bumpy scrawny ankles"
; we "n-
Maurttn Collins, Anne Gartrell. J..uh'Jlktr.. them
courage to boycott the
services U Lj H Bjyr, KU K B K H Ktt0 Ai
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Barter Utt, Eunice 1. Tall. Glenn LaM), offered by Mr. Houston's
GIFTS OF BOOKS interest aj
******* organization on all subjects, for every age and
JHE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaper prices from one dollar and up. Mother, father, sister, brother
ot the University of Florida and Is published five times weekly: Third Floor uncle aunt cousin and Just plain friends will be pleased with tbesj
.*CI f* during May, June and July when It Is published semlvoefcty. North Rawllngs regal reminders of your thoughtfulness.

Only editorials represent the official opinion of The DRIVE
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I A Letter To Santa? Not This ChristmasDEAR (


BABY JESUS: academic, is It? And there didn't you're even In second place now. our newest Orange Peel the cam-
seem to be any difficulty collecting Please don't blame Santa, though.He pus humor magazine. The Three
First of all, Happy Birthday.It a lot of participants when still represents the Spirit of Wise Men are having "It's Girl"
probably Isn't absolutely pro- someone yelled "riot" later that Giving, and< that's fine. It's just shouted at them from somewhere.Isn't .
per, my using this column In sucha evening. Figures on that range that the kind of giving folks are that funny? Everyone smiles
manner, but, after all, it is from 2,500 to 8,000. I don't sup- mostly thinking about nowadayshas when they read It --- you're ,
Christmas and a time for pose Christmas on Campus could a price tag connected to it. "square" If you don't. but may-
Christmasy columns so perhaps It ever hope to draw half of that. This Is a little off the subject, be deep down Inside, people feel
won't be looked on as too Some other people say the but they even carry all this com- a little guilty over showlrg amuse-
inappropriate.They program doesn't draw because it's mercializing overboard during the ment at jokes like that.
had a nice service for you too early In the month, ChristmasIs Easter Season. Everybody knows The only thing I is, several
here at the University campus still too far away. that's when we're supposedto thousand people paid a quarter
Sunday night, but you probably Maybe so, but someone has sure pause and remember your death each to enjoy the Peel while, asI .
would have been disappointed at succeeded in getting Christmas and resurrection: but Mr. Vance said only about 200 went to the i
the turnout. There weren't more going way ahead of time these Packard, who spoke here recently trouble of spending nothing but an
than about 200 persons there, and days. The City of Gainesville said one New York newspaper cap- hour of their time paying homageto
that's not too good since the student crews were busy putting up town tured the new meaning of Easter you Sunday night.
body numbers close to 15,000. Christmas decorations right after more accurately last spring whenIt Maybe everyone will be a little
Our president, Dr. Reitz, said Thanksgiving, and the merchants carried a full page ad which more thoughtful, though, after they
the turnout was about average for think so much of your birthdaythat proclaimed, "Easter Is A New get through with finals and go hometo
the Christmas on Campus program they begin their Yuletide decorating Pair of Shoes." be with their families and
commemorating your birthday,but and advertising long Well, that's New York and it's friends. Maybe --- if they get their
I remember four I before Turkey Day ever arrives. a long way off and Easter's Christmas shopping done In time, --- ;
years ago when !!. Gee, they just put pictures of another season anyway. We were and If there aren't too many partiesand
the auditoriumwas Santa Claus all over the place. talking about Christmas and If the egg'nogisn't too strong.
packed. I You remember Santa. lie's the maybe people around here aren'tas Maybe they'll all try, and maybe
Some say the' jolly old fellow in the red suit lacking In the true Christmas not --- but Happy Birthday, anyway -
trimester systemis who's practically displaced you in Spirit as they sometimes seem. ,
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to blame for the I the public eye as the figure Christ- I sort've wonder, though, when -JIM ii
small crowds; mas is all about. It's possible I see a cartoon like the one in i
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valuable going to such time nonMOOR- !
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ties. HEAD
Maybe so, but it sure seems .

funny that so many more were Thanks for waiting !
able to attend the basketball game SYMMETRY
FROM 1129
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t SPECIAL SALE AUTHENTIC APARTMENT, efficiency and large CLEAN 8 Ibs. $1.50. ThisIs 2 FEMALE ROOMMATES. 2 PART Time secretary for Mon.,

AFRICAN ASIATIC WEAPONS, comfortable rooms each with approx. 10 articles of clothing. bedroom house In nice location. Wed., Fri., commencing 2nd.
.' carvings, curios from the lavatory and double closets. Light GATOR GROOMER Coin Laundry Call 2-4955 or FR 6-1435 after trimester. Shorthand and typing
Westley-Roosevelt expeditions. housekeeping privileges. 1840NW next to University Post Office. 5 p.m. (C-e8-It-c). necessary. Call The Hillel

Open daily until 10 p.m. and 2nd Ave.(B-G8-it-c). Bring your own hangers. (J-67- Foundation. FR 2-2900 for an
weekends. 909 NW 6th. St. Phone tf-c). MALE Roommate to share appointment. (E-66-3t-c).

372-0300. (A-68-lt-c). FURNISHED NEW Air-conditioned 3-bedroom house. Across'streetfrom
split-level apartment. Available EXPERT TYPING done In my Health Center.Private room. STUDENT HELP wanted to serve

COLT .45 $35., .22 pistol, $28., Immediately. For 3 boys or girls, home. Will pick up and deliver. Good study opportunity. $37.50per food behind serving lines. Applyin
Electric heater $12, Snooze alarm $125.00 per month.) For 2, $115.00per 376-8586 before 7:30 a.m. or month. Call 8-2141. (C-68-lt-c). person NOW for work during

clock $5. Lelca 3C $50. Norelco month. 3 blocks from campus. after 5 p.m. (J-65-4t-c). next trimester Long's Cafeteria,
I Tape Recorder $125. 3726178.A68ltp Call 376-1301 after 1 p.m. 1824 RIDE WANTED to New Orleans 313 W. University Ave., 3764992.
( ). NW 3rd Place, Apt. 39. (B-67- (and/or all points west to Los (E-68-lt-c).
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PARTIES and POLITICS IN FURNISHED 2 bedroom duplex December. Share Gas. Call 6- Students: Interested In a

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The of Phaedra...
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DISHES, silverware, pots, pans, (B-67-2t-c). and her destruction wife. Please call 376-4122 for largest and most dynamic
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and much more. Everything for MELJNA ANTHONY Prentice-Hall, Inc. Future
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6-3758. (A-67-2t-p). EFFICIENCY Apartment available Permanent opening for an exper- time afterwards. Room rent to
January 1st. $75, all utilities N ienced men's and boy's wear buye r. constitute partial payment. For

MARRIED STUDENTS take study except gas Included. 1604 NW 3rd. Salary $450 $600 per month plus more information phone FR 6-

break and look at a great trailer, Place. Call 6-0101. (B-66-3t-c). bonus. We realize this position 3012. (E-62-tf-c).
8x36 with 9x18 2 room cabana. would not be of direct Interest to
This outfit is COMPLETELY j readers of The Alii gator.However,
FURNISHED. Payments lower than you may have friends relatives
Gainesville rent and you can sell FURNISHED Air-conditioned who would qualify..lf you do, ask Iijt3
when graduate. Quiet split-level 3 room apartment with him to send a resume to Wilson's RAil"l
surroundings you 5 minutes from all kitchen appliances including HANG IN THERE Department Store, P.O. Box 1168, ;

campus. Call for appointment 376- washer for 3 students Call 378- 'TIL WE PUBLISH AGAIN Gainesville, Fla. (E-67-2t-c). l 1uD'lA'
1693, 1824 NW 3rd Place, Apt. 3. __
2688 before 5:30. (A-67-2Uc).
(B-64-5t-c). LAKELAND Area Jobs for
\
COMING INDECEMBER
SET OF GOLF CLUBS AND BAG.- -' \ Graduates. Top salaries, iI DORis "

3, 5, 7, 9 Irons and putter plus ATTRACTIVE ROOM WITH immediately available as follows: 7
Business Administration
two woods. Excellent condition. entrance and kitchen fQWay. .
private .
ZUNDAPP SCOOTER. In good privileges. Ideal for student who SUN. -- WED. DEC. 13-16 Chemical Engineers, Mechanical ..
Electrical .
Engineers, Engineers,
condition anj very dependable. needs quiet place to study. Call "PARIS WHEN IT Lab
Legal Trainees, Technicians,
1958 model. $90.00. Room 992,
372-7883. 3715 N. W. 7th Place. AUDREYSIZZLES" TONY
Weaver. 3729275. (A-66-3t-p). undergrads, male or female.
(B-62-tf-c). HEPBURN Contact Virginia O'Quln, ff?)

Consultant in Personnel Lakeland NDL4Ln .
\
8 MM CANON MOVIE, zoom lens,
THUR.-SAT. DEC. 1719"OKLAHOMA" ,
682-8161, P.O. Box 2263. (E-
pistol grip, carrying case. Nearlynew. 2 ROOM SUITE suitable for mature I 66-3t-p). how t1u'll,
$110. Call 3726474. (A-65-
male students or businessmen who Wf1.bL4t-
'4t-c). j COLOR |
would prefer a quiet comfortable CLERK 1.- Cashier. Starting
place in a private home. Call 6- SUN.-WED. DEC. 20-23 January 1st. $200.00 month.
r per
3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, 2 year old
5368 or 6-2100.202 NW 12th Terr. Apply Mrs. Hinton, Credit Union,
"LIST ADRIAN
home. Carport, built-in kitchen. OF
.
B-65-4UC) Bldg. J. (E-66-3t-c).
Plenty of room. $500 down and
assume $75 per month payments. MESSENGER" 4 -
1741 NW 55th Terr. Call 64323. XMAS EVE-THURS DEC 24 I GEO. C.SCOTT I ANY SHOW or ALL DAY

(-A-62-7t-c). BE OUR GUEST! XMAS EVE

VIKING 4 track, stereo tape deck.
Model 76 compact. Slightly used. .We figure that* there may be some foreign students or others who cannot get

$175. Call Univ. ext. 2822 between home for Xmas. .parents who want to park junior & sis while consulting Santa t 1r

8 and 5. (A-64-tf-nc). Claus. .Corry & Flavet shoppers with weary feet. .could be I SO

'62 SKYLINE 46x10, 2 DDR.
Trailer for sale. AJr conditioned. WALK RIGHT IN-NO ADMISSION PRICE

Very nice. Phone Hickory 11111
Features atLet's M 4
Trailer Park, 376-3694, after 5:30 JANE FONDA y
p.m. (A-57-tf-c). PERIOD OF ADJUSTMENT A. FRANCIOSA 1'3'5 7 9
Fill The House

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BRYNNER COLOR ANDMO

ellrf4H TNIAr11teoore..ea..a.
r SUN.-TUES. Dec. 27-2D-
with cabana,2bedroomsIn ..+ If.M n eeeal
"DAYS OF WINE NOLO2S
nice park. Couples only, one TONITEI! 2 EXCITING HITSI!
child okay. $60 per month. FR 2- >< siN TTILosagno AND ROSES" FIRST AREA SHOWING

2914. (B-68-lt-c). JACK LEMMON LEE REMICK tr

.ANN- / JOHN ... ubt"ewtnvtt,,
APARTMENT for two persons, WED.-THUR. DEC 30-31 MARGRET FORSYTHE _

modern split-level available for ... RevietoJ "SPENCER'S, MTN:" aim t41plRn.aw.a UIMRSAl! Pate
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2nd. trimester, has full kitchen Veal '
11. Parmiftana HENRY FONDA 'T .
with washing machine, air- '
T a l,m. Mode Italian
conditioned, close to campus. Call all" Sausage fFFI.-SAT. JAN. 1-2 7:00 10:20
378-1439 or come by Apt. 21, e J
I "GREAT ESCAPE"STEVE
1824 NW 3rd Pl. (B-68-lt-p). r'L 0I& n
In Every Town Or City You L MCQUEENSUN.
Will Find OM Good Italian
;, APARTMENT for January. 1 block Restaurant TUES. JAN. 3-5-| OArl
from campus.TV, Heated,Kitchen, THIS BIT! "LOVE WITH THE jAST ?
Tile bath, Air Conditioned, Steam
Dial 37246902120HavtltorneRd. ncxwcfliot "PAJAMA
bath, Carport. 1 only. $65. per PROPER STRANGER"tall ncNKBCorc PARTY"
If month. 117 SW 12th St. 3726178. Wood Steve Mcyue !.*.*n*UWTID! MTtSTS.
Neir DrI"- Theatre
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I Dean Stanley To Aid Reporters I I"I



problems of the Inexperienced reporter "As long as communications I
will do everything I-can to published concerning his criti- Roaming the UF campus are '
(H.G.) "Buddy" Davis (instructor stay open between Journalism)
[ help the reporter In getting his cisms regarding reporters Ingen- two types or reporters, those who who teaches JM 301) SCHOOL. The Alligator and the I
no matter If he Is a eral and "novice" In volunteered for the Alligator staff I
story reporters makes the students get outside (UF) staff and faculty, there can'tbe
'301 reporter' or a member of particular, Stanley said he believedin '
and who
get their story assign- and work. I agree with this. It's a problem. As long as we know
the AlUgatokstatt, said Dea.tDennis what the Journalism School was ments from the newspaper, and the best way to learn," said Stan- the parental heads of these young '
K. "Dutch" Stanley, Col- doing and he felt It was the Job those "captive" reporters who journalists will check the stories '

lege of Physical Education and of every Instructor on the UF take JM 301 (Elememtary Reporting ley.The good and bad must be reported before printing, we're more than '

Health. campus to help the budding journalist. ) and who get their assignments said Stanley. Accurate reporting satisfied," said Dean Stanley. ;
recent stories '
Commenting on from lists made up by helps to spur people on. "I for one want to be called

the students themselves. There 'Is no reason to evade the by the Alligator staff If a story |

"The biggest problem is Iden- truth. It's when the story Is Incomplete doesn't sound right. It's my job to {

ICLASSIPIEDSReal tification of the reporter," said that the UF suffers, he help. For that I can't ever be too ,

Stanley. "If I knew he was a 301 added. busy," he added., j
student, I'd present the facts slow- -

ly, carefully and In an easy to TOP
HOW TO START AT THE
I record manner. But everyone says
I Estate I Autos I
'I'm from the Alligator,' becauseit far goodgrooming

represents prestige. Confusion
IDEAL: HOME for University and 1960 PLYMOUTH, 4 door, 6 results and facts get reported

Medical Center personnel. Lovely cylinder. Low mileage. Real Incorrectly" he added.
location 5 min. from Univ. 3 clean. Only $595. Call FR 2-3251
bedroom, 2 bath with large living after 6 p.m. (G-64-5t-c). Few people outside the field I Nt matter how you like your hair cut, r

FHA financing. Call FR of journalism realize the powerof
space. --------
6-4097. (I-55-20t-c). 1964 FIAT 4-door sedan In the press, said Stanley, who
wanted to be a writer before deciding long
excellent condition with only 8,000
sb r
<>>
FOR SALE BY OWNER moving to miles. $250 equity and take over on a teaching career. The ,
damage from one story can be
Exceptional 4 bedroom,
Tampa. balance of $750. May be seen at
2 bath home. New electric kitchen. irreparable, he added drawingan
104 SW 8th Street after 5 p.m.G54tfnc in between
Over 60' storage space. Separate ( ). analogy to professional foot- or somewhere ,
workshop. Tree shaded patio. ball as played today.

Washer and dryer included. John 1961 ALFA ROMEO Spyder.$1250.MUST "Years ago the guy who called FLA. UNIONBARBER .
the plays could make a mistake. will do it perfectly.
Dillon, 225 NW 26th Street. 372- SELL NOW. Call Bo Cook, the
Today the competition Is so keen SHOP
7658. I-67-Zt-c).
2-9363 or 2-9437, Pike House. 1
that one wrong decision can mean
(G-65-4t-c).
FOR SALE BY OWNER LEAVING the job of the quarterback and .
AREA. Nicely furnished duplex. ----- ---- the coach. That's why so many Basement of Flo. Union. Open 8-5 pm M-F J

Immediate occupancy. One 1959 HILLMAN MINX 4 door coaches: send in each play from the 8-12pm Sat.
sedan red Interior. Steering bench," said Dean Stanley.
apartment. Call 372-7658. (1-67-
wheel shift. R & H Good tires Stanley doesn't advocate his

2t-c). Good mechanical condition. $300or reading reporters' stories before #

FOR SALE BY OWNER -- 3 best offer. Phone 6-8308. (G- printing, but he does believe the 4

65-4t-c). beginning reporter should take the
Central
bedroom, 2 bath home:
heat, built-in kitchen, and largelot. time to go over his notes with the Professional
1957 BUICK SPECIAL. Radio him the ;
person who gave story."I ,
Many extras. FHA, $500 down,
and heater, fairly new tirespaint believe It's the Job--the 5 Licensed
$88 per month. 1 1/2 years old.
in good condition. $395 or best duty--of all the staff and facultyto A IJ.fJI
2025 N. E. 17th Terrace -- 376- Vf Barbers
offer. Call FR 6-0119 or 20395between help these young reporters in
.
6972. I-65-4t-c)
5 and 7 p.m.G-65-4t-p). every way. I will take the time. '

INVESTMENT Duplex, Concrete I want to take the time. The most One Free Haircut Given Dally i itssw.
:
1964 CHEVROLET Impala SS. dangerous question is the one not
Block, 2 bedrooms, Carport, Ex-
White exterior, black interior. asked. The most dangerous storyis
cellent rental area. $19,000 with
V-8, 4-in-the-floor. Like new, the one not complete," Stan-
terms. Will consider land or small ..
Paul, 2-1436 or 6-5553. (G-65- ley said.
house in Call Les
exchange.
4t-c). Many years ago Dean Stanley OPEN SATURDAYS I
Jackson, Associate, ERNEST TEW I
at the bottom
his
started career
REALTY, 376-6461. I-68-lt-c). UNTIL CHRISTMAS
'56 MERCEDES BENZ 190 SL of the journalism ladder with the

Roadster. New paint and tires, "Tampa Tribune." After workinghis

f L r will take car or motorcycle on way onto the staff he left to t

AutosMUST trade. 378-1346. (G-66-3t-p). writer."I attend.the UF to study to be a


SELL NOW 1962 Chev. SS. 1955 FORD Convertible. Good took several courses from O. BOOTS

Conv. -- 327 englne-posltraction- transportation,mechanically good. K. Armstrong, the university'sfirst

bucket seats power glide on $150. Can be seen at 1824 NW Journalism professor. The .1' -
Place. Phone 8-1439 or 8- school consisted oft rooms in -
floor r & h new rubber27000 3rd. wg __
actual miles. Can trade and 2185. (G-66-3t-c). the basement of Anderson Hill," _

finance. Call 376-2688 before 5:30 said Stanley.
(G-63-tf-c). 1961 PLYMOUTH. White, 4-door Changing his plans while attending

----. sedan, factory air, power brakes, the UF, Stanley choose a teach- HATS

1956 VOLKSWAGEN, new tires, low mileage. One owner. May be ing career in physical education.For .

radio. $395. Call 372-1359 after seen at 318 N. W. 13th Street. over 25 years he has been

5 p.m. (G-67-2t-c). (G-66-3t-nc). on the UF staff, holding every
athletic position from freshman

1962 AUSTIN-HEALEY,3000 Mark SPECIAL '52 T.D. M.G. coach to head coach. But he still L

II. 4 seater, fully equipped. Call Completely restored. $895. Will thinks a lot about writing.
NW 35th Terr. Weimer (Director, Schoolof
Bob Swan at FR 2-9363 or see finance. See at 208 "Rae SHIRTS
at the PKA House.Will consider Must see to appreciate. (G-67- Journalism and Communications -
I have dlnrmM, >d the
) and
trade. 2t-c).
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ilhimn? Mrwu! l lI

Fewer Students

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Take Corps TestThe \ I I II II I II I


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number of UFstudents sign- Davis, who directs the Peace I'I
In?' up to take the Peace Corps Corps' West African program, I
examination this year is significantly says the decline is due, in part, I
lower than last year's total to the team discouraging freshman ''I'II I
according to Walter Davis,a mem- and soohomores from taking the
ber of the seven-man Peace Corps "We are asking that these stu-
recruit team on campus last week. dents postpone taking the test until
their junior or senior year," he

Bus Ad Frat said.The Peace Corps visited the I 1 1N

Florida campus for the first time 1
Taps Eight last year and over two per cent 1 1
of the University's student enroll- 1I
ment took the examination.
Eight UF students and one faculty 1
"Most of the students stoppingby I
member in the College of 1ouaLlTr
our information center this year
Business Administration were initiated were new students," Davis said. 1
into Beta Gamma Sigma, : :: 0S 1r
national business honorary fraternity -
.
at the initiation banquet last Architecture DISCOUNT rA0U$ 1 1 1
1
week. 60
Also honored at the banquet were Models BeingDisplayed' 0i ,
Davis W. Hambrick, who was .
named "outstanding graduated
senior" and Richard A. Secrist
of Melbourne, named "outstanding
entering junior." Wood model displays created by
-Those initiated are: Crest- members of two UF classes In 1
view--Daniel H. Fleming, senior. Intermediate Architecture Designare LADIES' HARDSIDE
Gainesville -- Jorge L. Domicis, on exhibit in Bryan LoungeIn
senior; faculty Initiate Dr. Wil- the Florida Union beginning LUGGAGE SET
liam V. Wilmot Jr., head of the today.

Department of Management and The models, showing a skeet 18" TRAIN CASE
Business Law. Hollywood shooting club In action at Newman
6.97
Stephen R. Miko, graduate stu- Lake are the finished products ofa $ Comp. Value 8.97
dent. Live Oak -- Charles F. special three-week problem assigned t 1
Green Jr., senior. Naples -- by Instructors Sadi Sabit
3-ply one-piece frames. Lightweight and roomyl!
Richard B. Walworth, senior.
Koru and William C. Grobe. '
Convenient inner pockets! Durable easy-grip
w
Palatka Gerald S. Roberts, fA handles. luxurious padded quilted linings. In
graduate student. Pahokee -. JohnL. Each of the 27 students in the //I'Ir p ;, beautiful blue or grey colors.
II u n die y, junior. Bridgman two sections of the course have a I
Michigan -- Joseph M. Macica, two-foot square depiction of a 21" Comp. Value 7.97 $5.97
senior. club scene as part of the display.

'' {:, d 26" Comp. Value 12.97 $10.97MEN'S

I Midweek Plans


Yule ProaramAs
MOLDED BRIEF CASE
.., ,

a Christmas gift to.the North. "Twelve Days of Christmas." Comp.
Central Florida community,Chan- Special artistic effects have been $7 97 Value
nel 5's "Midweek" program has designed for their number by ,
prepared an extra special program WUFT's Assistant Art Director, 12.95
tonight at 9."Portrait. David McMurtrey.This 18" Size
of a Season" features Christmas program Is the Ft"
David Lane, associate professorat last''Midweek" show to be tele- Preformed 1 piece molded shells. Rugged [ .;
the UF, In the role of the cast until January 13. Producer construction. Aluminum overlapping valance, .,,:
Spirit of Christmas. director Is Richard Settle. nickel on steel locks. Masculine lining. AccordionFold. I'
.
Special guests include the University
Women's Choir, Annetteand YAMAHA BMWMotorcycles _---
Dick Martin and the folk singing -
group from Gainesville High For The Discriminating
School, The Villagers. CYCLERAMA
The Women's Choir sings "As ,, '
Lately We Watched" "Before the 378-2811 21 SE 2nd Place c -
; z METAL
Paling of the Stars," "Star Can- B t I
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dles" and "The Manger Carol." 7 j
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The Choir'was pre-recorded inor- GATOR CLASSIFIEDSGet f- -- ;.; ; i YOUR CHOICE!

der and Illustrations.to accomodate special staging Things Dor'e /. ;) _. i SWING ARM BLOUSE RACKS
Call 376-3261) =--c-; t
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)
Annette and Dick Martin sing E= ?' 4I _r- SKIRT HANGERS
Ext. 2832 ti
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6-pair ladies'shoe bag

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:::::;:: And all through the halls ::$:::::i ...
:::;:::: Not a radio was playlng:1:1:::::
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'::::;:: The books were open to a page with care :::::::::::.
::::::: In hopes that "something Interesting" soon would be there. :jijij:::;:: )

,:::;: Your roommate was nestled all snug In his bed ':$:!;!I ,
::::;:: While visions of "freedom" still danced in his head. ;jijjj:::::;
;:;;:; With your roommate in his "nightie," and you chewing gum, :jijij;:::;.::
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:::::::: Tore open the shutter? Threw open the sash? :ijiji::::: }t}' .. rSV ay'r, ,, rV {
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:::;:;:: With dorm rooms all lighted from the ceiling to the floor :ijiji::
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:: dressed with "bags" :ijij:;:::!j
:;:::: As the night wears on--your eyes
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:;.::;:;; To the top of your head to the end of your toes ::::::::::1: "'f ;:>
;:::::: You wish THAT professor had all of your woes. :::;::;::::
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I I IIt's He suggested: 6. Repeat difficult sections at
SHARON KELLEY students of the ideal way of being various Intervals

Staff Writer prepared for exams by trimester.He continual. A Little 1. Don't stay up all night. 7. On the day of the final, get
It's too late to start from scratch study throughout the 2. Don't take "No-Dor." breakfast and arrive
and eat
towards preparing for impending did say, however, that at this I up
at the place of the examinationon
finals but there ARE a few thingsa point students must make priority Late But. 3. Spend time with trouble spots: time.
student can do to make his judgments concerning the areas and the more difficult areas of
"passing odds" a bit better. they stress in their review for !- -----. material to be covered. "6. Look over the exam upon
Several UF administrativeheads finals. receiving It and schedule theneceuary
off doing during the trimester.
with "Students should evaluate their put 4. Stress chapter and paragraph time for each part.
came up suggestionsto Referring to "panic" cases, or
and try to concentrateon and review questions 9. Build up 8.lf-confld.bce.
help students get as ready as weak areas students going Into finals with heads
to improve their sessions lo 43 Don't say, "I can't do tht;,."
them Limit
possible for the "youknowwhats. failing grades, the dean does not 5. study
Hollingshead said. minute Instead, Insist, "If others can do
." chances., recommend staying up and minutes and then take a ten
Dean Byron S. Hollingshead of "The weaknesses probably are cramming all the night before break. this, I can too."
University.College (UC) reminded the things they didn't like and have the exam. He said this tendsto

have a "befuddling" effect on
the day of the exam.
Dean Arnold E. Wlrtali, Ry

assistant dean of men and advisorto Gather materials I close at hand
the Student Tutor Society, explained
why the academic help
Try to stay awake group closes down shortly before

finals.
( "We're not set up to help
students specifically with exams,"
he said. "Our tutoring goes on all
J
during the trimester and consist
of students helping other students
with basic study habits,
approaches to material and the
understanding of Important

a !1 1no principles.Wlrtala explained" that the tutors

are students themselves and must
allow time at the end of the termto
review their own work.
Specific do's and donfU tor

dozIlts finals beaded students wets
outlined by Dean Ernest H. Cos,
assistant dean of University
College, who stressed the
;'\ Importance of a clear mind and
when writing
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I I 0 .. Chi Omega
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' i. ,." '1'" "" Wins
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: \ Chi Omega defeated Kappa Delta

\ .1j 1\\ 3 to 2 in to win the Blue League
!J \ Tennis Championship.Five .
\,\ s.: sets we replayed. Chi

\ i ;, "Well, coach, what's new this week?" They will remember the n'P.it: victories over Mississippi and Louis- Omega won by a score of 3 to 2.
il' e'( The question floated over the Florida football practice field iana. Three singles and two doubles were
I ti every Monday morning during the first trimester, but now the Ol course the bitter comes with the sweet and fans will also played and Chi Omega won two sin-

[! \ question Is dead until next year. remember the Florida State and Georgia 'games-but not for long. gles and one double.
)it\ But next fall Coach Ray Graves will again put his hands In his Come next falMhls season will be long forgotten-and a new book
I t\ pockets, lean back and sigh, "Well today we've been concentrating will have to be written. And with the Gators coming back it could
, \\ on a little offense and a little defense." read 10-0. I
\> There will no longer be the question: "Who's going to start at Florida had a GREAT football team this year, and next year it
I \', Quarterback Shannon or Spurrier?" will have the same potential.This 1
| y\ other questions will take Its place. will probably be one of the fist questions fired at Coach Mast t

t i- ', All-America Larry Dupree will no longer be part of the Gator Graves next year. "How does third year's team compare to last 11cge I
,< \' practices, but there will be other faces. year's team?"
p jj There will also be a new season (Maybe THE SEASON.The Ga- And In typical fashion he will answer: -
I | tors came close this year-but not quite. The beginning was great- "This Isn't a great team but it could become a great team."
jf and the ending was better. But the middle fell out. Let's hope it does-this year's did. "
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'u\ Gator tan will long talk about this season. They will remember Florida Field Is silent-and the noise has moved a short distanceto
\', the comebacks against Mississippi State (In the final se"onds) the Florida Gym where the Gator baskeetball squad has started CENTER

and Miami (in the second half). their sequel to the football season-and it also could be Great. 617 N. Main St.
They will remember the Gators great effort against Alabama Florida's cagers have done an excellent Job In their first two SUZUKISoles
(who ended up first in the nation). games and tonight will manhandle Florida State in Tallahassee. .
However, it's time for us to drop back five yards and cunt. & Service '
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The Florida basketball team : "."' -'t! &fea '. ..

takes to the road tonight to do avQt71
battle with the Seminoles from CHRISTMAS GIFT IDEASIf 4

Florida State at ?:45 In Tully

Gym. you are in doubt about: those
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2-0 record, beating VMI and <
Stetson In their first two home them, then Jimmie Hughes ;Is the : o 3

games, take a tall forward wall
one-stop store where there is; .
to Tallahassee which has yet to

be outrebounded by an opponent. something for everyone. 3 oo

Brooks Henderson, the Gator's
senior guard, caught a finger in GIFT CHECKLIST" : *
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; to sit out the second half of the

game with a patch over his eye. GOLF BASEBALL 4 4
Henderson says he Is ready to go t=
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Sloan gave credit to his soph- ---CARTS --CAPS, SOCKS, SHOES : -. '
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"They finally came of age," ---PUTTERS --- t
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They were a jittery
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first game, but I think they have .
settled down now." TENNIS AND RUBBER

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referring to were Gary Keller and --- COVERSTABLES, SETS
Jeff Ramsey. Both of them con- ---SKIRTS, TSPADDLES, NET, BALLS; $ *
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