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The Florida
Alligator

Vol. 55, No. 49 Uni versify of Florida, Gainesville Sunday, December 2,1962

SG Report Queries
Joining Liberal NSA

By ANN LEONE
Gator Staff Writer
A Student Government
(SG) Committeetoinvest Committeetoinvestigate
igate Committeetoinvestigate the decade long
question of UF affiliation
with the controversial
United States National
Student Association
(USNSA) yesterday re released
leased released the first phase of
its fact-finding survey.
According to Tom Gib Gibson,
son, Gibson, administrative
assistant to the SG pre president,
sident, president, this phase of the
survey deals only with
what USNA can offer the
UF. He said future phases
would investigate other
UF Singers
May Get Break
Folk-singing UF stu students
dents students soon may be able
to gain national
recognition for their
singing ability, according
to Ellen Schlosser,
Florida Union Fine Arts
Committee Chairman.
The Fine Arts
Committee is sponsoring
auditions Thursday Dec.
6 for any UF student with
talent for folk singing.
Auditions will be held 8-
9 p. m. in Building R
(Music) Auditorium.
From the tapes audition,
the l)cst six to eight acts
will be selected for
cutting a record, Miss
Schlosser said.
According to Miss
Schlosser, the idea for
cutting a record stemmed
from the success of the
folk sing held Nov. 15
and a suggestion in a
letter to the editor of the
Alligator. Profits from
the record sale on campus
will go to the Dollars
for Scholars drive.
Students wishingto
audition may sign up in
Room 315 Florida Union.

aspects of the organi organization.
zation. organization.
The USNSA has been
strongly opposed by the
Interfraternity Council
and the Panhellenic
Council. It recently ad advocated
vocated advocated abolishment of
the Greek system on A American
merican American campuses.
Often called Communist Communistleaning,
leaning, Communistleaning, the organization
was criticized by many
for inviting Communist
Party members to its na national
tional national convention last
year.
Headed by Gibson, the
fact-finding committee
resulted from the SG re retreat
treat retreat with Tigert Hall
brass earlier this tri trimester.
mester. trimester.
Our goal has been to
find out everything we
could about USNSAGi USNSAGibson.
bson. USNSAGibson. We are only in interested
terested interested in getting the
facts, not making an op opinion
inion opinion on the pros and
cons.
Committee findings in
Alumni Group
Hears Envoys
Student Government
representatives were in
Miami this weekend con conferring
ferring conferring with the UF
Alumni Association
Executive Council on the
possibility of the Associ Association
ation Association buying the section
of Lake Wauburg put up
for sale last week.
A purchasing plan calling
for the Alumni
Association to buy the
lake property and Student
Government to make
improvements and
provide upkeep was to
be presented to the
Alumni Executive Council
meeting Saturday.
Student Government re reportedly
portedly reportedly now has $25,000
to improve the lake
facilities and would
provide $15,000 yearly in
the future for improve improvements
ments improvements and upkeep. ....

this first phasr of sur survey
vey survey show the following:
Founded in 1947, USNSA
has about 400 members
schools and represents
1.4 million students.
USNSA offers aid to
SG leado rs with campus
projects and published the
only national SG bulletin.
The organization pro provides
vides provides an information ser service
vice service that is the only na national
tional national clearing house fdr
many student publications
and sells the information
to member schools at
half-price.
Offering research grants
on special problems, the
(oont. on page 3)
Miss. Editor
Under Attack
Oxford, Miss. A Uni University
versity University of Mississippis
Student Government
group voted late Thursday
night to reprimand the
editor of their Student
newspaper for her stand
on the- schools racial
troubles.
In a resolution adopted
by the student activities
committee of the Campus
Senate said Editor Sidna
Brower of the Daily Mis Mississipplan
sissipplan Mississipplan had failed to
counter the distortion
by the national press of
the image of the student
body.
The resolutio n said
Miss Brower, a 21-year 21-yearold
old 21-yearold journalism student
from Memphis, has
failed in time of grave
crisis to represent and
uphold the rights of her
fellow students.
The resolution will be
recommended to the
Campus Senate Tuesday
night.
Miss Brower is con considered
sidered considered by most students
to have taken a moderate
view against the problems
of Negro student James
meredity and his military
guard on campus. /

Hurricanes
Edge Gators

MIAMI (UPI) Bobby
Wilson, an unsung kicking
specialist playing his last
game in the Orange Bowl,
booted a 20-yard field
goal in the fourth quarter
Saturday night to pull
faltering Miami out of a
hole for a 17-15 victory
over old rival Florida.
The Hurricanes, playing
before a season reoord
crowd of 62,441, started
fast with two first-quar first-quarter
ter first-quarter touchdowns by half halfback
back halfback Nick Ryder, then
faltered as Florida

(continued on page II )
Search Begins for
SG Prexy Candidates
v v
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Student Government
presidential elections
will not be held until
March, but campus poli politicians
ticians politicians have been battling
names around for candi candidates.
dates. candidates.
Ten names which have
been tossed about most
frequently are Jack Bier
ley, Bill Birchfield, Joe
Chapman, Tom Gibson,
Jim Graham, Paul Hen Hendricks,
dricks, Hendricks, Ken Kennedy,
Hugh McArthur, Bill
Norris and Danny
OConnell.
Jack 81er1ey,1962
Homecoming Chairman
and past president of
Kappa Sigma fraternity,
was a member of United
Party and is a law school
junior.
Bill Birchfield, a Junior
law student, is a member

poured in its big force
of reserves.
The Gators scored in
the second period on a
one-yard plunge by
quarterback Tom Batten,
and got two points on
the conversion on Tom
Shannons pass to end
Floyd Dean.
Florida scored again
in the third quarter after
fullback Tom Kelley in intercepted
tercepted intercepted a George Mira
pass and ran it 29 yards
to the Miami three.
Quarterback Shannon

of Alpha Gamma Rho
fraternity and the legis legislative
lative legislative council. Birchfield
was a member of the
United Party.
Joe Chapman, another
law school junior, is a
member of Sigma Chi
fraternity and has served
as president of the Young
Democrats Club and as
administrative assistant
to past Student Body Pres.
Bob Park.
Tom Gibson, currently
serving as administrative
assistant SG Pres. Bill
Trlckel, is past managing
editor of the Alligator.
Gibson is an independent
and a member of the Stu Student
dent Student Party.
Jim Graham, a law
schobl freshman is a
(Continued on page 3)



Page 2

The Florida Alligator

Two Stetson
Students Die
In Car Wreck
DELAND (UPI) A
high -speed sports car
wreck on State Road 44
near Eustis Saturday
killed two Stetson
University students.
The victims were iden identified
tified identified as 21 -ye a r -old
Frank G. Townsend of
Lake Wales and Robert
James La Salle, 18 of,
Daytona Beach.
The Highway Patrol
said tne late-model
sports car driven by
Townsend went out of
control on a curve eight
miles east of Eustis,
zigzagged from shoulder
to shoulder for 600 yards
and plowed into the side
of an oncoming semi semitrailer
trailer semitrailer truck.
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Nehru Rejects
Red Truce Terms

NEW DELHI (UPI)
Prime M inis ter Jew Jewaharlal
aharlal Jewaharlal Nehru Saturday
rejected the Chinese
Communist terms for a
truce in the border war
and accused Peking of
trying to grab Indian
territory under cover
of preliminary cease-fire
arrangements.* 1
Nehru made the accu accusation
sation accusation in a letter to
Chinese Communist Pre Premier
mier Premier Chou En-lai.Nehru
was replying to Chous
note of Nov. 28 warning
that if Indian troops did
not withdraw as demanded
by Peking the border
fighiihg could flare again.
Saturdays move raised
the possibility of renewed
warfare.
Communist China has
insisted it was with withdrawing
drawing withdrawing its troops from
the battle lines in compli compliance

newsivire

ance compliance with its self selfproclaimed
proclaimed selfproclaimed truce. But
Indian troops along the
northeastern frontier
said there was no sign
of a pullback anywhere
along the front.
A UPI dispatch from
Tezpur, Assam, said
military leaders there
believed Pekings
announcement of a cease ceasefire
fire ceasefire and a withdrawal
might be some sort of a
hoax for political and
military reasons. It said
these leaders were not
surprised at lack of evi evidence
dence evidence of a withdrawal.

Kashmir Is Still
Eastern Hot Spot

Indian Prime Minister
Jawaharlal Nehru sought
Saturday to soothe an
angry Pakistan, but a
new crisis in Indo-
Pakistani relations
threatened to disrupt
their historic agreement
to negotiate a settlement
to the Kashmir problem.
The new crisis flared
Friday when Nehru,
speaking in New Delhi
before the LokSabh lower
house of parliament, said

BACKSTAIRS

JFKs inspire
'First Family

WASHINGTON (UPI)
Backstairs at the White
House: Not since the days
of Franklin D. Roosevelt,
have occupants of the
White House been
mimicked, spoofed or, in
some cases, cruelly har harpooned
pooned harpooned as have been
President Kennedy, his
wife Jacqueline, their
daughter Caroline, and to
a lesser extent, little
John Jr. who was 2 years
old last week.
The Kennedys have
inspired night club comic
routines, coloring books,
endless gags for
publication and now,
probably the best selling
record album in the
country today.

any agreement that would
upset the present
arrangements on Kash Kashmir
mir Kashmir would be harmful
to the people of Kashmir
as well as the future
relations between India
and Pakistan.
There were outraged
cries in the Pakistani
capital of Rawalpindi that
Nehru was reneging on
the forma 1 agreement
with President Mo Mohammed
hammed Mohammed Ayub Khan for
ministerial and then
summit talks between the
two to end the 15-year 15-yearold
old 15-yearold Kashmir dispute.
Tricky Storm
Reverses Route
MIAMI (UPI) A week
long Atlantic storm that
has piled up heavy tide
damage along the Eastern
Seaboard took a freakish
turn Saturday and started
retracing its own path.
A late advisory placed
the center of the storm
about 200 miles off
Hatteras,North Carolina
an area that took a thor thorough
ough thorough pounding from the
big storm when it first
drifted southward earlier
in the week.
As the disturbance
moved south, it caused
its heaviest damage at
Jacksonville Beach Fla.
by washing away a large
section of seawall.
The mayor of the
seaside town wired the
President asking him to
declare Jacksonville
Beach a disaster area.
Gales were occurring
on or near the shore
along a large stretch of
coast between St. Augus Augustine,Fla.,and
tine,Fla.,and Augustine,Fla.,and the Virginia
Capes.

The album is called
The First Family,
brought out by Cadence
Records, one of the
smaller recording firms
after the major outfits
turned it down as not
commercial records
for not having much pop popular
ular popular sales potential.
The album features the
voice of Vaughn Meader,
one of the better mimics
of the Presidents
distinctive New England
accent;a breathless young
lady who plays the
supporting role of the
Fifrst Lady, and a cast
of a dozen or so other
voices in the background.
Meader sounds
remarkably like the pres president,
ident, president, unless one is inti intimately
mately intimately familiar with
Kennedys voice. For
instance, a member of
the White House staff or
a reporter assigned to the
White House can hear
Meaders voice on a
record for the first time
and know instantly that
it is an imitator.
The young lady who
plays the part of Jacque Jacqueline
line Jacqueline Kennedy has a
suggestion of her
accent, but is so broadly
lampooning that even the
uninitiated who saw Mrs.
Kennedy on her famous
televised tour of the
White House would not
suspect her having gone
into the record business.
More than the voices,
the material seems res responsible
ponsible responsible for the success
of the album which sold
an incredible 350,000
copies during the first 48
hours it was on the
market.
The lines given the
make believe President
and his wife are harshly
hilarious. Sometimes
bordering on the bitter,
but still the kind of satire
and lampooning heard in
few other parts of the
world with the exception
of Great Britain and
Canada.
Red Rockets
Never Flub
MOSCOW (UPI) -Russian
rockets never go wrong,
the head of the Soviet
Unions rocket troops and
artillery said in an
Izvestia article Saturday.
Our troops know no
accidental launchings,
abnormal rocket flights,
explosions of rockets in
flight as a result of dis disturbances
turbances disturbances or failure of
the system controlling the
engines, which are so
frequently reported.. .in
connection with American
rocket launchings.



UF Gets Heavy Eye Bank
H 2 O For Research Needs Aid

Heavy water, valued
at $224,000, has been
furnished the University
of Florida by the Atomic
Energy Commission for
a research program de design
sign design e d to ultimately
reduce electrical power
costs in Florida by one onehalf.
half. onehalf.
Heavy water will be used
to pave the way for more
efficient creation of elec electrical
trical electrical power from nuclear
power plants.
The University of
Florida is the only such
institution to receive such
a grant.
Nuclear engineering
researcher Thomas F.
Parkinson who is working
with the water, believes
efficiencies in creating
nuclear power could soon
lead to substantial
savings even forthe
average homeowners
electric bills.
Candidate
(Continued from page 1)
member of the Legisla Legislative
tive Legislative Council. Graham is
an independent and has
served on the Honor
Court. He is a member
of the Student Party.
Paul Hendrick, current currently
ly currently serving as secretary secretarytreasurer
treasurer secretarytreasurer of the student
body, is probably the most
talked about potential
candidate. Hendrick, the
only United candidate
elected to a top SG post
.last Spring, is an inde independent.
pendent. independent.
Ken Kennedy, past pre president
sident president of Alpha Tau Ome Omega
ga Omega fraternity, is a cap captain
tain captain in the Marine Corps.
Kennedy has also served
as president of the Uni University
versity University Religious Associ Association.
ation. Association.
Hugh McArthur, cur currently
rently currently serving as vice vicepresident
president vicepresident of the student
body, was recently tapped
into Florida Blue Key arid
pledged Pi Kappa Phi fra fraternity.
ternity. fraternity.
Bill Norris, a past cam campus
pus campus politicial party chair chairman,
man, chairman, was recently ap appointed
pointed appointed the first student
member of the UF Dis Displinary
plinary Displinary Committee. Nor Norris,
ris, Norris, has served as an ad administrative
ministrative administrative assistant to
Gov. Farris Bryant, and
is a member of Kappa Al Alpha
pha Alpha Order.
He is a member of the
Student Party and is cur currently
rently currently surving as pres president
ident president of Delta Theta Phi,
legal fraternity.
Danny OConnel, a
member of Alpha Tau
Omega, was recently
tapped by Florida Blue
Key. OConnel is secre secretary
tary secretary of organizations in
Student Government.

Heavy water is a non nonradioactive
radioactive nonradioactive type of water
in which one of the waters
elemental components,
hydrogen, is replaced by
aheavier element elementdeuterium.
deuterium. elementdeuterium.
Says Dr. Parkinson:
Deuterium is a much
more efficient moderator
(slows down the nuclear
reaction to make power)
1-hr Grace-
Then Ticket
The UF traffic court
is considering a plan to
cut down on excuses
for parking violations.
Under the plan, if a per person
son person does run out of gas
or have car trouble he
should first put an ex ex
ex planatory note on the
windshield. He then has
one hour to remove the
car before getting a
ticket.
SG Report
(Continuea from page 1)
organization currently is
participating in a South Southern
ern Southern Student, Human Rela Relations
tions Relations Project designed to
give Southern SG leaders
a chance to plan res responses
ponses responses to special pro problems
blems problems facing their area.
An Academic Freedom
project and Student Re Responsibility
sponsibility Responsibility project are
al3o currently being un undertaken
dertaken undertaken by the group.
USNSA sponsors a
Foreign Student Leader Leadership
ship Leadership Project by which for foreign
eign foreign and American stu students
dents students are exchanged far
the purpose of studying
each others SG programs.
For the individual stu student,
dent, student, USNSA provides a
non profit travel service
to aid students in secur securing
ing securing reasonable transport transportation
ation transportation and accomodations
in Europe.
A nation-wide studert
discount service that
would give members dis discounts
counts discounts in hotels, theaters,
restaurants and other es establishments
tablishments establishments throughout
the country is also in the
USNSAs working.
In 1959, a similar survey
of USNSA merits was
made. Bill Norris, 3LW,
then assistant to the SG
president, said We de decided
cided decided to drop USNSA and
direct our efforts towards
Southern Student Govern Government
ment Government Association.
The present committee
was created by UF Student
Body President Bill
Trickel to find out the
facts about the organiza organizations
tions organizations and report them to
him.

An urgent appeal for
continuing support of
North Floridas fledgling
Eye Bank will be made
Sunday, Dec. 2, at the
UFs J. Hillis Miller
Health Center.
Located at the Health
Center, the North Flor Florida
ida Florida Eye Bank for Restor Restoring
ing Restoring Sight, Inc. is in pres pressing
sing pressing need of donors and
funds, if operationsboth
sight-saving and recruit recruiting
ing recruiting are to continue,
reports the Executive Se Secretary,
cretary, Secretary, Mrs. Peggy
Bowman.
A forum on the Eye
Banks progress and
needs will begin at 11 a.m.
Sunday, for district go governors
vernors governors and club presi presidents
dents presidents of more than 80
Lions Clubs in northcen northcentral
tral northcentral Florida. Florida
Lions International have
been the central figures
in the Banks founding,
said Mrs. Bowman.
At this forum, the group
will be introduced to se several
veral several Floridians whose
sight has been restored
through corneal trans transplants
plants transplants made possible
since the Eye Bank opened
last Spring, and will tour
the Eye Banks facilities.

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Sunday December 2,1962 The Florida Alligator

CAMPiIS COMPASS

MONDAY
CHRISTMAS PARTY:
Florida Union Board dec decorating
orating decorating party 7 p.m. in
Bryan Lounge.
EXHIBIT: 9th annual
Student Art Show
continues in Bryan
Lounge.
PI MU: Meets at 7:30
p.m., MSB 112 for iniation,
elections and panel
discussion. Refresh Refreshments.
ments. Refreshments.
A.I.E.E. 1.R.E.: Last
meeting of trimester in
McCarty Hall Aud.,7:30
p.m. Refreshments.
FRESHMEN COUNCIL:
Meets 7:30 p.m.,Florida
Union 324.
TUESDAY
FILM CLASSICS:
Carnet De Bal in MSB
Aud. 8 p.m.
CHRISTMAS CONCERT:
Combined voices of UF
choral organizations, UF
Aud., 8:15 p.m.
WEDNESDAY
FLORIDA PLAYERS:
The Madwoman of
Chailot, Norman Hall,
7:30 p. m., continues
through Saturday.
CONFERENCE: 13th
Caribbean Conference,

FU.
U F DAME S: Home
of Mrs. Maurice Boyd,
2236 NW 9th Place, Mrs.
Boyd speaker.
PI SIGMA ALPHA: Fall
banquet and initiation,6:ls
Gatehouse Restaurant.
AG DAMES:* Meet at
Womens Club for
spagetti dinner 6 p.m.
Contact Saliy Brown, 2-
5126 if plan to attend.
THURSDAY
FLORIDA UNION: Child Childrens
rens Childrens Christmas Party,
Social Room at 4 p.m.
UF DAMES: PHT Ban Banquet,
quet, Banquet, Student Service
Center, 7 p.m.
FRIDAY
SIGMA NU: Annual
reading of The
Christmas Carolby
Dean Lester Hale in
University Aud. 7:30 p.m.
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20 years ago today and the
subsequent explosion of
the worlds first atomic
bomb, the UF initiated its
first nuclear research
program.
It began when Dr. George
K. Davis, now director of
the Universitys Nuclear
Science Program, in
April, 1943, arranged for
two scientists at the Mas Massachusetts
sachusetts Massachusetts Institute of
Technology to supply cy cyclotron-produced
clotron-produced cyclotron-produced radio radioactive
active radioactive cobalt for exper experiments
iments experiments with cobalt defi deficient
cient deficient cattle.
Today, on the twentieth
anniversary of the late
Dr. Enrico Fermis first
controlled nuclear chain
reaction, more than 200
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University of Florida sci scientists
entists scientists are working with
ionizing radiations in
more than 80 laborator laboratories.
ies. laboratories. During the past year
alone, there was an in increase
crease increase of 20 per cent in
the number of scientific
personnel using radioac radioactive
tive radioactive materials and an in increase
crease increase of approximately
15 per cent in the la laboratory
boratory laboratory space in which
such materials are used.
Dr. Fermi and his small
group achieved the first
sustained controlled nu nuclear
clear nuclear reaction under the
West Stands of the Uni University
versity University of Chicagos Stagg
Field Stadium.
Few universities in the
nation can boast of a
nuclear program equal to
that of the University of
Florida, for its interest
in the atom and what it
can do is intense and of
long standing.
Dr. Davis and his collea colleagues
gues colleagues gained international
recognition for their
picftieering work in using
radioactive tracer
materials in nutritional
studies of animals. Uni University
versity University of Florida scien scientists
tists scientists and engineers are
now rapidly earning well welldeserved
deserved welldeserved reputations for
their work on nuclear
rocket propulsion re research
search research programs. The
nuclear science and
engineering program has
become so complex and
so large that it trans transcends
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every scientific
specialty.

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3. Never on SundayE. Taylor
4. You Cheated, You LiedB.S, Estes
5. I Think Im Gonna Kill MyselfR. Soblen
6. If I Had a Hammer F. Patterson
7. Get a JobR. Nixon
8. Return to Sender F. Castro
9. Mississippi Gambler J. Meredith
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You Say You Love College Life;
Is That Your Trouble, Friend ?

Dear
You say you love college
and youre getting Ds in
all your courses? You
say you cut three classes
today so you could play
bridge? You say you have
halitosis because every
time you go to brush your
teeth your toothpaste is
missing? And you say
your roommate has a pet
snake and expects you to
love it like a brother?
Is that your trouble,
friend?
You say you were running
down the hall in your bra
and pants and right into
the janitor you ran while
he was in the process of
yelling man in the hall?
You say you were starving
because the candy
machine wouldnt give you
change for your last fifty
cents? You say your room
faces the mens dorm and
the window shade is
broken and you have to
change in the closet.
So-o-oo this morning
the door fell off? Is that
all thats bothering you?
You say you are on
social probation because
you were caught in the
attic of a fraternity
house? You stayed up all
night studying for an exam
and then slept through the
class the next day?
You say you were in
the shower, head full of
shampoo, and the fire
alarm sounded? You said
the head Resident
Counselor knocked on
your door collecting for
the campus drive just as
your boyfriend was
climbing in the window
and you were forced to
hit him on the head with
a roller and he still hasnt
recovered? You say you
just got a call from the
library saying you owe
$2,500.05 in library fines.
And now you have to clean
Jennings Coeds
'Cant Compete
Coeds living in Jennings
Hall have been denied
their request to install
hot plates and coffee urns
in their study lounges be because
cause because we would be com competing
peting competing with the University
Food Service, it was
reported to the Women
Students Association
(WSA) Council last week.
Use of coils or cooking
apparatus in dormitory
room is prohibited. East
Jennings Hall Council
voted to appropriate funds
to purchase hot plates and
coffee urns for the study
lounges to discourage
violation of the housing
rules and, at the same
time, to provide what the
girls requested.

the johns because you
were noisy during quiet
hours?
So you say the ceiling
fell down and now all
your friends keep drop droping
ing droping in? How about when
your roommate enters,
throws on the light and
insists she has to study
for a gym test. You say
you were going to Cornell
this weekend and it
snowed 80 inches on
Friday? So, youre having
room check and its a race
against time to hide all
the bottles, clothes and
filled trash pails because
you didnt get a favor.
You say you had a blind
Nurses Christmas
UFs Student Nurses
Associatio n (SNA) will
present its Fourth Annual
Christmas Party and
Talent Show tomorrow
night (Monday) in the 2nd
floor auditorium of the
J. Hillis Miller Medical
Center.
Various members of
the faculty, staff and
students of the University

classified

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Contact Jim Glass, FR
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WANTEDGirI to share
house with senior coed.
Car necessary. Call FR
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HOUSE FOR RENT
second trimester. Two
bedroom bungalow three
blocks from campus.
Married couple or two
single students. $75. Call
6-8137 evenings(4B-3t-c).

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For Florida Students
For 27 Years
A Few Suggestions
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date with some strange
boy and he got you in
late and now you got
campused and you cant
go out with Mr. Wonderful
this weekend?
Is that your problem,
friend?
Dont despairKeep
your chin uplts all in
adjusting to college life
Im having the same
troubles.
Sue Hadley (lUC)
Editors Note: The
following commentary on
College Life is
reprinted from the Yulee
Hall dorm paper,
Yulee vents..
Party Tomorrow
will perform. Dutch
Schaeffer will be Master
of Ceremonies.
Admission is free but
a donation will* be
collected to help finance
the construction of a
nursing school in Tai
Wong, Japan. The school
is also a project of the
National Student Nurses
Association.

FOR RENTRoom one
block from campus. S.W.
sth Ave., for 1 or 2 girls.
Call FR 6-4909 after 7
p.m. (48-2 t-P).
EARN GOOD MONEY in
your spare time. We have
several part-time posi positions
tions positions available for the
right men. Must be
aggressive and a self
starter. Income depends
on your ability and how
quickly you learn. For
interview contact: H. W.
Vories, phone 2-8441, ext.
36. (45-st-c).

Sunday, December 2,1962 The Florida Alligator

Half-hour Extension Solves
Night Exam- Curfew Conflict

A half-hour curfew ex extension
tension extension is Tigert Halls
answer to the exam
schedule-curfew conflict
for women students living
in residence halls and
sororities.
A memorandum from
the office of Dean of
Women Marna V. Brady
states that women
students having an exam examination
ination examination scheduled for a
week night must sign out
for that specific
examination. They will be
given extended curfew to
11:00 p.m.
The regular closing
curfew is 10:30 p. m.
Evening block exam examinations
inations examinations are scheduled to
run from 7:30 p.m. to
10:30 p.m., making it
impossible for coeds with
night exams to be in on
time.
The curfew extension
is given only for those

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coeds who have night
block examinations. All
others will be expected
in by the regular closing
hour of 10:30.
Union Throws
Party for Kids
All children of stu students,
dents, students, staff of faculty are
invited to attend the
annual Florida Union
Boards Christmas Party
Dec. 4 from 4 to 5 p.m.
Children may be re registered
gistered registered in room 315 of
the Florida Union or by
calling ext. 2741.
Enroll Your Children at...
NANCY JANE
Nursery School
522 N. Main St.
Phone FR 2-2589

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alligator
editorials
the right to restrict
In a brief and somewhat cryptic statement quoted
in the St. Petersburg Times Friday, Governor Farris
Bryant said concerning the hassle over academic
freedom, I am concerned that we do nothing to
limit a proper exercise of freedom, but am anxious
not to limit the right of people to impose restriction.*
IF WE DO not mistake the philosophy behind this
statement, the governor is trying to say it is
necessary to restrict the freedoms of some in order
to preserve the freedoms of others.
The main difficulty with this thesis is that no
one knows exactly where the line should be drawn
between what is a proper exercise of academic
freedom and what is license. Those with a more
liberal bent are inclined to allow a maximum of
academic freedom while those with a more con conservative
servative conservative viewpoint are inclined to favor a rather
restricted degree of academic freedom. Between
these extremes there are all shades of opinion on
where the proper line should be drawn.
THE TWIN DANGERS present in the whole academic
freedom controversy are on the one hand that a
professor could use the classroom as a sounding
board for his unacademic beliefs on politics or
other controversial subjects or on the other hand
that the state by imposing too narrow and rigid
restriction could direct what is being taught in
the classroom.
Everyone is aware of the device used by despotic
regimes to use the educational system as a means
of directing the thoughts of their future citizens.
We do not think that this is likely under our present
federal system of 50 individual states with 50 dif different
ferent different state governors. We do not believe that
Florida politicians have dire intents. The most
likely they are attempting to restrict academic free freedom
dom freedom on the basis of what they think is right. The
only issue involyed is the disagreement over what
is right.
THE CRUX of the whole issue revolves around
the conflict between progressive urban oriented
elemeht In our universities and the conservative
rural oriented elemeht in our state. Until there
is some agreement between these two divergent
elements the dispute over academic freedom will
continue. <
The fear of the radical extremes does not appear
to be the heart of the issue. Granted, there is
always a danger from those who would subvert
our system of government, but they are not the
real issue involved in this controversy. If there
is any Communist activity at work in our univer universities
sities universities in Florida it does not seem to be apparent
from the results of the Johns* Committee. The
radicals In our university system appear to be
extremely rare and nowhere the norm.
THE BATTLEGROUND appears to be the great
amorphous area between the extremes. The poli politicians
ticians politicians for the most part and the rural citizens are
a little more oriented toward one side of the line
while the university element and he urban citizens
of our state tend to be oriented a little more to the
other side of the line. We can only hope that in
the future the gap between these two groups will
be closed and that some consensus of opinion will
come about on the question of academic freedom.
Until this comes about we should not be surprised
to see a great deal of friction between these two
elements.
D.H.

The Florida
Alligator

Editor-in-Chief Bill Curry
Managing Editor This Edition David West
Business Manager Gary Burke
Sports Editor Jared Lebow
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Queries Gator Race Stories

EDITOR:
The Alligator, on Nov.
28, picked up a UPI story
concerning a race riot**
at the Interhigh
Championship football
game in Washington D.C.
As far as I could see the
major points of th i s item
were that some forty
people, mostly white,
were injured, Negro
youths caused it, and an
investigation is to be held.
I AM FROM that parti particular
cular particular area of Washington
as so was particularly
interested. F rom past
experience at such games
I know that fights and

Schneider Needs Sympathy,
Sees Black, Thinks Bleak

EDITOR:
Im not mad at Fred
Schneider, I just feel
sorry for him.
Websters defines
criticism as:
1) The- formation and
expression of judgements
of the qualities and com comparative
parative comparative worth of books,
music, sculpture, motion
pictures, etc., especially
when done in a profess professional
ional professional capacity.
2) Engaging in fault
finding and censure.
I DONT QUALIFY under
definition one, because I
certainly am not profes professional.
sional. professional. I hope I dont
qualify under definition
two.
I dont feel its fault faultfinding
finding faultfinding of me to say that
Mr. Schneider has been
unfair. He should know it.
If his reviews are to be
taken as true and fair
estimations of the general
output from Hollywood,
then all the picture com companies
panies companies will soon be bank bankrupt.
rupt. bankrupt. We certainly wont
stand for that trash,
as he puts it.
IT CERTAINLY seems
as if he has missed def definition
inition definition one somewhere
along the way. Instead of
helping to build as a critic

LETTERS
disturbances are not
uncommon sometimes
started by white, some sometimes
times sometimes by Negroes and
usually resulting from
inter-school rivalries,
neighborhood hostilities
or drunken and/or
belligerent hoodlums.
TO BE SURE, a dis disturbance
turbance disturbance of this
magnitude is not usual
and in itself the fact that
the Alligator picked it up
is no cause for comment.
HOWEVER, SOME few
weeks ago the Alligator
saw fit to pick up a wire
service story ponperning

should, he has only des destroyed
troyed destroyed or attempted to.
As far as Pm concerned,
he hasnt done his job.
His reviews have been
cynical, pessimistic, and
distasteful. But then
perhaps its not my place
to judge him. At any rate,
a person whose outlood is
so black and whose
thoughts so bleak, cer certainly
tainly certainly could use all the
sympathy he can get. Hes
not a critic, hes a criti criticizer.
cizer. criticizer. As far as sympathy
is concerned, he certainly
has mine.
A. H. RASBURY, 4AS
5-22-35 ???
EDITOR:
Maybe my eyes are
getting bad at this the
end of the trimester how however
ever however I find it hard to
believe that Miss Spencer
is really 5-22-35. Since
the printed word is always
true, it must be so: hence
I congratulate the photo photographer
grapher photographer for his amazing
ability to emphasize
depth.
Jess Elliot, 40UC

the rape of awhite woman
by a Negro (in Massa Massachusetts
chusetts Massachusetts as I remember
it, although that really is
not too important), upon
which someone else has
already commented.
These two stories, along
with the facts that the
Alligator usually only
prints matters of interest
to the University commu community
nity community or news events of
international and national
scope can lead to some,
to me, disturbing impli implications.
cations. implications.
THE TWO stories have
in common the fact that
they sure reinforce some
aspects of the sterotype
that is used in many cases
to defend discrimination
against the Negro.
They do not seem to
directly concern the
University and are not
in the same class as the
national and international
events that usually are
printed by the Alligator.
I CAN SEE nothing
about these two stories
except that they concern
Negroes, in an unfavor unfavorable
able unfavorable and sensational way,
which could have led the
editor to choose to print
them. Perhaps I have
missed some crucial as aspect
pect aspect of these stories. I
hope so, because I would
not like to think they were
printed for this reason.
In any event I would
greatly appreciate some
clarification of this
matter.
Thomas Banks, 4AS
* *
EDITOR* NOTE: We
assure you that there was
n o correlation between
the use of the two stor stories.
ies. stories. We agree that the
rape story reflected
faulty news judgement
however the riot story,
we feel, was legitimate.
The Alligator is proud
of its liberal past in race
relations and is sorry
that our news judgement
would infer prejudice.



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Reading of Dickens Friday

Bah! Humbug! will
thunder through Univer University
sity University Auditorium Friday at
7:30 p.m. as Dean Lester
Hale again brings to life
Scrooge and other chara characters
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fraternity, reading of the
Yuletide classic is an an annual
nual annual affair at the UF.
Dean Walter J. Matherly
began the tradition in 1929
when he read the carol
in the Sigma Nu House.
Many years an exclusive
Sigma Nu recital, the pro program
gram program was moved to Uni-

'Students Studying Harder

Students seem to be
studying harder now than
they have done in previ previous
ous previous years, said Direc Director
tor Director of Libraries Stanley
L. West.
Wests statement is bas based
ed based on library figures
which show an increase
in the number of books
circulating from the main
library and its branches.
These figures show that
there has been more than
a 24 per cent increase
for the month of October
for the main branch
alone.
Either students are
studying harder, teachers
are assigning more work,
or we have had an
increase in standards a among
mong among students, West
said.
Books circulating from
the main library in 1961
during the month of Octo October
ber October amounted to about
37,000 as compared to
48,000 for October, 1962
an increase of more
than a thousand books.
Almost 9,000 more books
are circulating from
branch libraries.

versity Auditorium in
1957 and opened to the
public.
Dean Hale has held the
storyteller role for more
than two decades. He be began
gan began reading the carol in
1938 but has missed afew
years when he was away
from campus at Christ Christmas
mas Christmas time.
Hales favorite vehicle
for the story, as opposed
to plays and television
versions, is the reading
interpretation.

Sunday, December 2,1962 The Florida Alligator

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Seventh 'Christmas on Campus
Slated Dec. 9; Reitz to Speak

The annual Christmas
on Campus program will
be presented Sunday, Dec.
9.
The program which con consist
sist consist of the Motar Board
tree lighting ceremony
and UF Pres. J. Wayne
Reitz Christmas message
enters its seventh year.
It has been customary
for the UF president to
give the annual message
but the Motar Board cere ceremony
mony ceremony began only seven
years ago with State Sen.
Frazier presenting a
Christmas tree to Mrs.
Reitz who in turn pre presented
sented presented it to the campus.
The lighting ceremony
has been carried on by
Motar Board, women's

honorary leadership sor sorority.
ority. sorority. The Florida coeds
of Motar Board present
their annual singing cere ceremony
mony ceremony at this time.
Childrens Party
The children of the fac faculty
ulty faculty and staff of the UF
will be entertained by
Santa Clause Tuesday.
Santa with his raindeer
will arrive at the Flori Florida
da Florida Union Social Room at
4 p.m. where an estimated
250 children will be wait waiting
ing waiting for their cake and ice
cream along with the gifts
Santa will bring every
wild whose parents not notify
ify notify the Union Board of office
fice office at University exten extension
sion extension 2471.

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TEP Whips SAE For V-B Crown

XP Cops Blue Title
I Tau Epsilon Phi gained a sweet, but hard earnec
I 15-13, 15-13 victory over Sigma Alpha Epsilor
I Thursday evening to gain the Orange League
I volley ball crown.
[ The win, which could be called an upset, was
t especially sweet for the TEP men who had lost
I to the SAEs in the volleyball finals for the last
I two seasons.
I TEP All-campus captain, six foot seven inch
I Barry Sanders, and the TEPs two All-Campus
I set-up men, Ken Leavit and Larry Kleinfeld, paced
I the Lavender and White to two streight come from
I behind victories over League leading Lionmen.
I In the Blue League Chi Phi, leading by All-Campus
I member George Kanistras, eaked out a 16-14 first
I game victory over Delta Upsilon before coming on
to romp away with the Blue Crown in the second
I "game by a 15-3 count.
ALL-CAMPUS VOLLEYBALL
Birry Sanders (capt.) T-'EI^
Kenny Leavit TEP
Larry Kleinfeld TEP
Gordon Gowen oSAE
Hugh Starnes SAE
Tiny Long SAE
Carlos Morrison SN
Jack Wright PKT
George Kanistras *XP
John Holf DU

Volleyball was the last
sport of the first trimes trimester.
ter. trimester. Second semester the
Orange and Blue League
members will participate
in basketball, bowling,
handball and softball.
AD Pi, TrTbelts
Eye Orange Title
Alpha Delta Pi meets
Tri-Delt Tuesday after afternoon
noon afternoon on Norman field as
the two sorats battle for
the softball championship
of the Sorority Orange
League.
Phi Mu won the softball
title in the Blue Loop last
week.
Sorority play will begin
next trimester with
basketball being the first
winter sport.
Bowlers Meet
In Championship
Monday afternoon at
Bowlero Lanes Fletcher
S meets Trussler 3 for
All Campus bowling
championship. The two
squads gained the honor
by first winning their
individual Area champ championships,
ionships, championships, and then
defeating the champion championship
ship championship teams from other
areas in the first round
of the All-Campus play playoffs
offs playoffs last Tuesday.
Trussler 3 defeated
Tolbert Area champ East
1 2, 1698-1634 and Fletcher
[S defeated Hume repre representative
sentative representative Keppel, 1663-
1649 in Tuesdays action.

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The Florida Alligator Sunday, December 2,1962

Sator Five Edged, 91-87, Despite Baxley (34

By ROBERT GREEN
Assistant Sports Editor
MIAMI BEACH (spec (special
ial (special to the Gator) If the
first game is any indi indiation,
ation, indiation, the Gators* basket basketball
ball basketball season will be a wild
and wooly one down to the
final game.
At any rate, the first
game of the season was
such a contest as the
sophomore dominated UF
squad fell to a taller and
more experienced Miami
team, 91 -87, in double ov overtime
ertime overtime despite 34 points
oy the Gators* Tom Bax Baxley.
ley. Baxley.
Baxley had 14 points in
each half and added six
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TOM BAXLEY.... Debuts with 34 points

more in the second over overtime
time overtime to finish as the lead leading
ing leading scorer of both teams
by a big margin. Taylor
Stokes was second for the
Gators with 15.
Guard Carl Stavreti led
Miami with 24 points
while big 7-1 Mike McCoy
had 21 and Ken Allen had
15.
A crowd of 5,697 in the
Convention Hall, many of
them Gator rooters down
for the football game, saw
the Gators take a 75-71
lead into the final two
minutes only to lose it on
ball handing mistakes as
the regulation game ended
75-75.

In the first overtime
period, the two teams
each had four points as
Carlos Morrison tied it
for the Gators with a min minute
ute minute to go.
Goals by Stavreti and
Bernie Butts gave the
*Canes a four point lead
early in the second ex extra
tra extra period and they held
on to win by that mar margin
gin margin although the Gators
came within two points
four different times dur during
ing during the last three minutes.
The Gators, fast break breaking
ing breaking for most of their
scores, jumped of to a
20 -11 lead in the first
eight minutes of play.
Then Miami slowed down
the pace and caught up as
the UF went cold from the
outside. Miami took a BO BOSS
SS BOSS lead into halftime.

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buck can begin Monday
when the National Foot Football
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annual player draft to set
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Games
The 1963 Florida State
football schedule has been
announced and it shows
the Seminoles will take on
seven major college
teams next year including
the Gators on Nov. 30 in
Gainesville.
FSU*will open with Miami
on Sept. 20 in Miami and
play the first five games
in Tallahassee on the 29th
against Texas Christian.
Other home games are
Wake Forest, Virginia
Tech, Furman, and North
Carolina State.

The rival American
Football League held its
annual draft Saturday and
presumably its owners
will try to sign as many
collegians as possible be before
fore before the NFL makes its
selections.
But its unlikely many
of the prizes will sign
until they hear from both
sides, since the top
choices of both leagues
probably can boost their
pay considerably in a
bidding battle.
Oregon States quarter quarterback
back quarterback Terry Baker, winner
of the Heisman Trophy
as college footballs most
valuable player, was ex expected
pected expected to be the No. 1

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Monday Night
The Gator basketball
team returns from Miami
Monday after losing to
Miami, 91-87, to face
Jacksonville University
in its home opener at 8:-
15 p.m.
The game will be pre preceded
ceded preceded by a game with the
UF freshman team and the
Jacksonville B squad
at 6 p.m. Admission is
free with an ID card.
Jacksonville, a member
of the Florida Intercol Intercollegiate
legiate Intercollegiate Conference as is
Miami, boasts of one of
the countrys best players
in Strickland,
a College Division All-
American last season.
The Jacksonville native
and transfer from Notre
Dame averaged 32.6 po points
ints points a game last year and
was drafted a year ahead
of time by the Boston Cel Celtics.
tics. Celtics.
The two teams have
only meet one time, in the
1960 Gator Bowl tourn tournament
ament tournament where the Gators
came out on top, 82-68.

NFL draft choice, just as
trophy winner Ernie
Davis of Syracuse was the
first pick a year ago.
But there were plenty
of other name collegians
certain to go high, pro probably
bably probably in the first round.
Among them were
Alabamas center Le Roy
Jordan, Mississippi
tackle Jim Dunaway,
tackle Steve Barnett of
Oregon, halfback Jerry
Stovall of Louisiana State,
tackle Bobby Bell of
Minnesota, end Dave
Robinson of Penn State,
end Pat Richter of Wis Wisconsin,
consin, Wisconsin, end John Mackey
of Syracuse, and fullback
Ray Poage of Texas.



Miami Bowls
Over Gators

plunged for the score and
jim Hall kicked the point
to put the Gators ahead
15-14.
The Hurricanes then
drove 55 yards on the
line strikes of Ryder and
sophomore fullback Ken
Hunt, but weakened inside
the Gator five yard line
and Wilson trotted in for
his field goal try.
His uniform hardly dirty,
but holding the third place

Navy Stops Bandits,
Upsets Cadets 34-14

PHILADELPHIA (UPI)
-Navys Roger Starback
Staubach took the play a away
way away from PT boat skip skipper
per skipper John F. Kennedy Sat Saturday
urday Saturday when he scored two
touchdowns and passed
for two more to torpedo
Army, 34-14.
It was Donnellys quick
kick early in the first
quarter which put Army in
a hole from which it never
recovered. He punted 58
yards to the cadet 18.
Then, when Army lost
three yards, Dick Peter Peterson
son Peterson went back to punt but
center Lee Grasfeder
looped the ball clear over
his head and out of the
end zone for an automatic
two points for Navy.
v
Navy whipped 80 yards

Bowl-Bound r Ole Miss
Nips State for Title

OXFORD, Miss. (UPI)
-A beautifully executed
* bootleg* play helped
third-ranked Mississippi
nudge scrappy Mississ Mississippi
ippi Mississippi State 13-6 here Sat Saturday
urday Saturday to give the Rebels
their first perfect season
and boost them to a Su Sugar
gar Sugar Bowl date against
Arkansas.
The powerful Rebels,
23-point favorites, were
pressed hard throughout
the warm, sunny after afternoon
noon afternoon by the fired-up Bull Bulldogs,
dogs, Bulldogs, who scored first and
trailed by only one point
until late in the final per period.
iod. period.
Then, with about five
minutes remaining, so sophomore
phomore sophomore quarterback Jim
Weatherly faked a hand handoff
off handoff and sped 43 yards to
score on a perfect boot bootleg
leg bootleg play.
The hard-won victory,
before an estimated 30,-
000, was the ninth of the
season for the unbeaten
Rebels, giving Mississi Mississippi

(continued from page one )

among Miami scorers for
the season, the 6-2 Fort
Lauderdale end booted the
ball smack through the
goal posts and the Hurri Hurricanes
canes Hurricanes were out in front.
The Hurricanes halted
a Florida drive after that,
fumbled away a closing closingminutes
minutes closingminutes chance them
selves, then shut off
Florida with a pass
interception with 70 sec seconds
onds seconds left in the game.

to a touchdown, Stauback
contributing 15 yards
running and 56 on passes
eating up the final 12
yards with his heave to
Henderson.
Then, as the second
quarter started, it was
Staubach again spear spearheading
heading spearheading a 63-yard march,
in which he passed for 25
and then ran it over the
final 21 yards for a touch touchdown.
down. touchdown.
It was a Navy third
down and 13 to go in the
third quarter when Stau Stauback
back Stauback faded back, shook a
pair of tacklers and un uncorked
corked uncorked a long one which
Markoff gathered in on the
Army 42 and carried all
the way home in a 65-
yard touchdown play.

ppi Mississippi its first unblemished
record in 70 years of foot football.
ball. football.
Mississippi clinched the
SEC championship in no notching
tching notching its 31st win against
its arch-enemy in a ri rivalry
valry rivalry which started in
1901. State has won 24
and there have been four
ties.
Tech Slams
Georgia
ATHENS, Ga. (UPI)
Georgia Tech quarter quarterback
back quarterback Billy Lothridge, at
his triple threatening
best, scored 25 points and
led the bowl-bound Yellow
Jackets to a surprisingly
easy 3 7-6 victory over
arch-rival Georgia Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday.
Georgia, which didnt
get a first down until the
third period, was never
in the game.

GEORGE MIRA...
Stars Again

Dupree Picked
All-Soph Captain

Larry Dupree, sensa sensational
tional sensational U F sophomore
runner, was named Cap Captain
tain Captain of the 1962 All-South All-Southeastern
eastern All-Southeastern Conference
sophomore football team
and Sophomore of the
Year by the Associated
Press. The announcement
was made Friday.
Dupree led the SEC
in rushing through nine
games and was the leading
UF scorer with seven
touchdowns, all from at
least 10 yards out.
Dupree, from Mac Macclenny,
clenny, Macclenny, Fla., started the
season as fullback of the
Go Team, the UFsoffen UFsoffensive
sive UFsoffensive squad. When Lindy
Infante was injured in the
Cross-Country
Team Nips FSU
The cross-country
teams beat FSU Friday
on their rain soaked
course. The varsity won
26-29 and the frosh took
theirs 20-35. Dennis Bar Barton,
ton, Barton, of F S U, won the
varsity event while
Tommy Harrell was first
for the Gators. Richard
Kneeland took the
individual honors for the
freshmen. This closed the
season for the varsity
with a 3-3 season while
the frosh are undefeated
with one meet remaining.

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LARRY DUPREE ....
Soph of Year

LSU game, Dupree moved
to the first or Big Blue
team and played for both
squads.
Dupree is the second
Gator in three years to
make Sophomore of the
Year. Larry Libertore
gained the honor in 1960.
Dupree is the only Gator
on the sophomore team.

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Auburn
BIRM INGHAM,AIa.(UPI)
Halfback Butch Wilson,
aided by center Lee Roy
Jordans crushing block,
galloped 92 yards with the
opening kickoff Saturday
to launch Orange Bowl Bowlbound
bound Bowlbound Alabamas 38-0
rout of Auburn.
In a burishing display
of power football, the
once-beaten Crimson
Tide shook loose fumbles,
intercepted passes and
kept the Tigers bottled
up in their own half of the
field virtually the entire
game.
Ace sophomore quarter quarterback
back quarterback Joe Namath scored
one touchdown on a run of
17 yards and passed 15
yards to half back Cotton
Clark and 16 yards to end
Dick Williamson for two
more. End Bill Battle
scored once on a blocked
Auburn punt and Tim
Davis, who converted five
times, kicked a 39-yard
field goal.

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