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V 01.5 N 0.50 University of Florida, Gainesville Tuesday. December 4 1962

Drug Sale Charged;
Student Says 'No'

Thomas Edward Wales,
2UC, pleaded not guilty
yesterday to charges of
illegally selling drugs to
a UF policeman.
Arrested Friday at the
Alpha Tau Omega House,
Wales was charged with
selliiig 100 Amphetamine
pills for a marked S2O
bill.
Amphetamine is a stim stimulant
ulant stimulant used by persons to
stay awake for extended
periods of time.
Alachua County Sherriff
Joe Crevasse said Uni-
Revisions Due
March Vote
Re-voting on Constitu Constitutional
tional Constitutional revisions will wait
until next Spring
according to Student
Government officials
yesterday.
Bill Trickel said that
he would direct his Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of Legislative
Affairs Barry Sinoff to
appear before Legislative
Council tonight and ask
for a delay until next
Spring before placing the
revisions beforethe
voters.
The revisions recently
were passed but due to
a validated protest they
were nulified on a proce procedural
dural procedural matter.
Secretary of the Interior
Joel Sachs said that the
decision was based on two
restrictions: (1) that the
students were too busy
with exams to expect a
large turnout and (2) that
the Honor Court justices
required to be at the
polling areas all day could
not take three days off
from classes to witness
the voting.
Friday Sachs told the
Alligator the re-voting
would take place within
two weeks.
Clerk of the Honor
Court Dick Gober indi indicated
cated indicated that the decision
would be okay with the
Jjlonor Court.
V

versity police began
working on the case
Friday when they
received a tip that Wales
was peddling Dexedrine
and Amphetamine, two
pep pills.
Crevasse said a police policeman
man policeman telephoned Wales at
his fraternity house and
made an appointment to
buy some pills Friday.
He said Wales gave him
100 Amphetamine pills
and accepted a marked
S2O bill.
said 200 addi additional
tional additional Amphetamine pills
were confiscated when
Wales was arrested.
Sigsby Scruggs, Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville attorney for Wales,
said late yesterday that
his client was not guilty
of the charge. He refused
to elaborate.
Dean of Men Frank T.

Alumni Hear Plea
Hope Given No $$

The UF Alumni Execu Executive
tive Executive Council could not
donate funds but
instead will appoint a
committee to help keep
Lake Wauburg in U F
hands, according to Don
Denson, head of Student
Governments (SG) Lake
Wauburg Committee.
Denson and Budget and
Finance Committee
Chairman Jim Hickland
presented the problem to
the Executive Council
when they met in Miami
last weekend. They gave
a financial survey of other
colleges who have college
camps.
The original SG idea
was to purchase the pro property
perty property from the UF
Athletic Association in
some way and make Wau Wauburg
burg Wauburg a student retreat,
complete with cabins and
other facilities.
The 72-acre section at
the south end of Lake

Adams said yesterday
Wales would face the UF
Disiplinary Committee
Dec. 14 and would be
allowed to bring Scruggs
to plead for him.

Bad Check Trail Ends
With Two UF Coeds

Two UF coeds arrested
Friday on check forging
charges were released
yesterday from County
Jail on their own
recognizance, the Sher Sheriffs
iffs Sheriffs office reported.
Georgia Lee Phillips,
lUC, and Mary K.
Bullard, 2UC, roomates

Wauburg, bordering US
441, will go up for sale
Dec. 17.

¥ ¥ ¥ ¥
** Vy Os a
JUST ONE OF 22 BAD CHECKS
*
cashed by the two coeds which eventually brought their arrest Friday
Local merchants and campus employees had been put on the lookout for
these girls who had been using Charity Hatchs lost identification.

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at 4037 Broward, were
charged with forging 22
checks in Gainesville
between Oct. 3 and Oct.
28.
Dean of Women Mama
Brady said yesterday the
girls had left the UF and
disciplinary action was
pending. No trial date has
been set, the sherriffs
office reported.
The girls were arrested
Friday after Larry Barn Barnett,
ett, Barnett, 3JM, recognized Miss
Bullard in Anderson Hall
as the same girl who had
tried to cashaforged
check inNormanHall
cafeteria Oct. 28. Barnett
left a friend to watch the

girl while he called
police.
Crevasse said Miss
Bullard implicated her
roommate,Miss Phillips,
during questioning. Miss
Phillips was arrested
later in Broward Hall.
The checks were written
in the name of Charity L.
Hatch. 2UC. Miss Hatch
reported Oct. 2 that her
drivers license and
student ID card were
stolen while she was in
the Main Library.
Crevasse said the iden identification
tification identification was used to cash
all 22 checks.He said the
checks totaled $355.



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The Florida Alligator Tuesday / December 4,1962

ADENAUER

Tries to Join Socialists
His Traditional Enemy

BONN (UPI) -Chancellor
Konrad Adenauer, in a
sudden move designed to
speed formation of new
government and to secure
his own future, decided
Monday to open coalition
negotiations with the op opposition
position opposition Socialists.
The 86-year old Chan Chancellors
cellors Chancellors surprise man maneuver
euver maneuver threw Bonns poli political
tical political parties into what was
probably their greatest
state of confusion so far
in the nations five-week
old government crisis.

The Social Democratic
Party (SPD), or Social Socialists,
ists, Socialists, announced they will

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enlightened male students, none of them has ever been known
to turn down a tin of her Fudge-Frosted Nut-Filled Brownies.
She really has away with a dish and, as you can see, she's
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Just as the Cupcake has found the perfect recipe for
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meet in parliamentary
caucus Tuesday evening
to decide whether to ac accept
cept accept any invitation to ne negotiate
gotiate negotiate from Adenauer,
who up to now has been
their traditional enemy.
The smaller Freejlem Freejlemocratic
ocratic Freejlemocratic Party (FDP) which
walked out of a coalition
with Adenauer because of
the Der Spiegel newsma newsmagazine
gazine newsmagazine affair, warned the
chancellor against using
pressure or even black blackmail
mail blackmail tactics in attempts
to resurrect their politi political
cal political partnership.
Adenauers talks with the
FDP on a continuation of

their coalition were to be begin
gin begin Tuesday morning.
While the Free Demo Demo'crats
'crats Demo'crats screamed black blackmail
mail blackmail both the CDU and
SPD appared split over
the possibility of a so socalled
called socalled grand colition.
Adenauer was requested
by supporters during a
stormy meeting of the
CDUs parliamentary
executive to negotiate
with the Socialists.
A CDU communique
issued afterward said the
request was made de despite
spite despite a row of energet energetically-represented
ically-represented energetically-represented
doubts.

v^fy

Report on Adlai
Causes Frenzy

WASHINGTON (UPI)
-The White House took
angry issue Monday with
a published report that
Ambassador Adlai R. Ste Stevenson
venson Stevenson preferred poli political
tical political negotiation over a
quarantine in dealing with
the Soviet missile build buildup
up buildup in Cuba.
I can state flatly*said
Press secretary Pierre
Salinger, ...that Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador Stevenson
strongly supported the
decision taken by the Pre President
sident President on the quarantine

I nemstufre

and brilliantly developed
the United States position
at the United Nations dur during
ing during the days which fol followed.**
lowed.** followed.**
The statement, cleared
by the President and pre prepared
pared prepared under his advice,
was in reply to an arti article
cle article in the Saturday Even Evening
ing Evening Post Written by
Washington Editor Ste Stewart
wart Stewart Alsop and reporter reportercolumnist
columnist reportercolumnist Charles
Barlett-the latter an inti intimate
mate intimate friend of the
President.
Stevenson said on leaving
the White House this
morning that he had not
read the article carefully,
but I*ve read it enough
to find five inaccuracies
in rapid succession.
State Budget
Hearings to Start
TALLAHASSEE, (UPI)
- Appropriations com committees
mittees committees headed by econ economy
omy economy minded legislators
were announced Monday
to ride herd on the 1963-
65 budget.
* Senate president Wilson
Carr away and House
Speaker Mallory Home
announced the com committees
mittees committees early so mem members
bers members can sit in on state
budget hearings to begin
here Dec. 11.
At the hearings, con conducted
ducted conducted by the Cabinet
Budget Commission,
state agencies will sub submit
mit submit requests for hundreds
of millions in dollars for
operations and buildings
in the coming biennium.
The commission will
prune down these re requests
quests requests before they are
submitted to the legislar
ture next April.
Pope John
Recovering
VATICAN CITY (UPI)
-Pope John XXIH is well
on the way to complete
recovery from ailments
which forced cancellation
of all of his appointments
and caused anxiety and
suffering** in the Vatican,
it was announced Monday.
High Vatican sources
said the 81 -year-old
Pontiff probably will be
able to resume his nor normal
mal normal work schedule by next
week.
The Pope, suffering from
anemia and gastric
trouble believed to be a
bleeding ulcer, was up
early Monday morning
and was active most of
the day.



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Three madwomen work over plans to rid the
world ,of evil men during rehearsals on the set of
the Florida Players production Madwoman of
Chaillot. The two act play by French playwright
Jean Giradoux will open on the University of Florida
campus Dec. 5-8 in Norman Hall. From left to right
are: Rose Levine, of Gainesville, as Madwoman of
La Concorde; Linda Lashbrook, of Gainesville,
Madwoman of Chaillot, and Mimi Carr, of Micanopy,
as Madwoman of Passy. The play will begin at
7:30 on Wednesday and Thursday nights and at
8 p.m. on Friday and Satruday.

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FREE PARKING on Ist FEDERAL LOT

Lights Sought For
Night Play
Coeds in Jennings Hall
are working on getting li lights
ghts lights for the tennis courts.
Jennings* residents
think the courts could be
used at night if they were
lighted. And, during first
and third trimesters,
playing at night would be
more enjoyable because
of cooler weather.
West Jennings Hall
Council proposed the
idea.
Enroll Your Children at...
NANCY JANE
Nursery School
522 N. Main St.
Phone FR 2-2589

By Reid Poole,
The Musical Scene Head of UF Music I
Department

Combined Glee Clubs
Present Concert Tonight

The combined Mens
Glee Club and University
Choir will presents
Christmas Concert
tonight at 8:15 in the
University Auditorium.
The University Choir
opens the concert with
Healey Wiilans The
Three Kings I*,Christian I*,Christiansens
sens I*,Christiansens Song of Peace,
Surely He Hath Borne
Our Griefs* by Heinrich
Graun, and Behold The
Star by Willi am Dawson.
The Mens Glee Club
and Mens Chorus will of offer
fer offer two groups of selec selections
tions selections including composi compositions
tions compositions by the venerable
masters J.S. Bach, Jacob
Handl and Anton Bruck Bruckner;
ner; Bruckner; Glory to God by
John Vincent; The Bells
Ring Out for Christmas
by John Sacco; O Tan Tannenbaum
nenbaum Tannenbaum and the rous rousing
ing rousing Boars Head Carol *,
the last two in arrange arrangements
ments arrangements by Robert Shaw.
The concert will be con concluded
cluded concluded with the combined
groups singing Behold A
Star of Jacob Shining by
Mendelssohn and the
Hallelujah Chorus
from Messiah of
Handel. Peter Dewitt will
be the accompanist at the
Anderson Memorial Or Organ.
gan. Organ. There is no charge
for the program.
A brass ensemble will
lend color and excitement
to the presentation of
Florence Jolleys
Gloria In Excelsis.
Lost Articles
Sale Today
Items to be auctioned
include: umbrellas, slide
rules, glasses cases,
coats and sweaters.
Students who have lost
any item should check at
the lost and found counter
in the Hub before the
sale, according to Bob
Sniffin, chairman of the
Mens Presidents
Council.
An auction of unclaimed
student items will beheld
Tuesday, at 3:30 p.m.
FLORIDA
"THE CHAPMAN
REPORT"
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The University of
Florida Department of
Music will be host to two
important Florida musi musical*
cal* musical* organizations this
week. The contest music
selection committee of
the Florida Bandmasters
Association will meet in
the University of Flori Florida
da Florida Music Building Dec December
ember December 7,8, 9 to choose
the music for the 1963
contests.

Cuba Subject Os Symposium
Three UF Profs to Speak

Three specialists on La Latin
tin Latin America will present
a Symposium on Cuba
tonight at 8 p.m. at the
Food Scholars
Grants Ready
Freshmen interested
in Food Technology may
be able to qualify for
S3OO sophomore scholar scholarships
ships scholarships offered by the
Institute of Food Tech Technologists.
nologists. Technologists.
Applications from
freshman with good
academic records are
being taken by Dr. R. A.
Dennison, head of the
department of food
technology and nutrition.
Food technology includes
the study of chemistry,
physics, biology, and en engineering
gineering engineering applicable to
the industrial processes
used in the utilization,
preparation, processing,
packaging, and distrib distribution
ution distribution of consumer food
products.

classified

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).
MAD DOG for sale.
Youthful Beagle named
Norman; stupid but lion lionhearted.
hearted. lionhearted. Ideal Christmas
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likes challenges. Don Ad Addis,
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Chamber of Commerce.
The program, which is
open to the public, is
sponsored by the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic Womens Club of
Alachua County.
Dr. Lyle McAlister, cur currently
rently currently on leave as head of
the history department at
the UF, will discuss past
events which lead to the
present Cuban situation.
Dr. Alfredo Pareja, a
visiting professor of
inter American studies
at the UF has just re returned
turned returned from Nassau
where he participated
with Latin American
scholars in a conference
on inter American cul culture.
ture. culture.
Dr. Pareja, a native of
Ecuador, will discuss
current internal pro problems
blems problems in Cuba.
The third member of
the symposium is Dr.
Hugh Popenoe, director of
the Rockefeller Caribbean
Research Program at the
U of F.

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COEDS TAKE DESIGN CONTEST
From left: Luetta Carlsen, Bonnie Reyes
'Autumn Buffet
Wins For Coeds

An autumn buffet
was the theme of the
winning coed window
decoration at Ruther Rutherfords
fords Rutherfords Jewelers last
week. Winners were
Luetta Carlsen, 2UC,
Yulee, and Bonnie Reyes,
2 UC, Rawlings.
The girls won a SIOO
pair of silver candlela candlelabras.
bras. candlelabras.
For the winning
decoration, they used
merchandise from the
jewelry store.
The decoration consisted
of a bar and a table set
for buffet. Orange and
brown tones were used,
wooden accessories
carrying out the brown
theme.
A mannequin dressed
in a cocktail dress served
drinks from behind the
bar.
Judges were Miss
Eleanor Crom, society
editor of the Gainesville

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Sun; Mrs. Myrtle Cherry,
of Cherrys Dress Shop;
and Mrs. Edward
Andrews, wife of Gaines Gainesvilles
villes Gainesvilles mayor.
Cherry Heads
School Confab
UF professor Spurgeon
Cherry will be the pre presiding
siding presiding officer and lick lickoff
off lickoff speaker at the National
Conference on Secondary
School Administration to
be held in Washington
Dec. 2-5.
The conference,
attended by 400 persons
among whom will be
members of the American
Association of Health,
Physical Education, and
Recreation along with the
Presidents Council on
Youth Fitness, will
feature talks on the role
of high school athletics
in the high school.

f Flunkenstein Checks
Without Failing 1

Dont tamper with Flunk Flunkenstein;
enstein; Flunkenstein; it doesnt make
mistakes.
Flunkenstein, University
of Floridas well
satirized grading
machine, does not make
mistakes according to
James R. Swanson,
assistant university ex examiner.
aminer. examiner.
Each electrographic test
is graded twice, indepen independently
dently independently of each other,
Swanson said. The test
is graded and the score
recorded on the reverse
side. The test is then
given to a different grader
who goes through
the same procedure.
If the two scores agree,
which is usually the case,
Fire Bugs
To Get Boot
Students with a bug
for setting fires should
think twice before flicking
the spark into the dorm dormitory
itory dormitory fire shute,
according to Head Resi Resident
dent Resident Counselor of Mens
Dorm Housing Glenn A.
Felix.
Students caught delib deliberately
erately deliberately setting fires in
UF Housing facilities are
subject to immediate ex expulsion
pulsion expulsion from the dorms,
reference to the Dean,
and possible reference to
the Faculty Disciplinary
Committee, Felix said.
The disciplinary com committee
mittee committee may in turn refer
the student to the police
for punishment according
to the state statutes.

Tuesday, December 4,1962 The Florida AlUgator

the grade is recorded.
If there is any discrap discrapency
ency discrapency in the scores, they
are re-checked until the
correct score is arrived
at.
This Machine does not
make the mistakes,
according to Swanson.
Most mistakes are stu student
dent student mistakes, Swanson
said. ( Students do not
follow the instructions
given at the beginning of
the test, and this causes
the errors.
Most of the errors are
the result of students
either making stray
marks on their papers or
marking two answers for
the same question. Swan Swanson
son Swanson said.
Some students feel that
by marking the same ans answer
wer answer twice, they will re receive
ceive receive credit for two
correct answers,Swanson
said. The only thing this
can result in is a reduct reduction
ion reduction in the students score,
he said.
Any student who feels
a mistake has been made
on the scoring of his test
is encouraged to re-check
it very carefully. If he

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Four students per each apartment. slls per stu student
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The Florida Alligator Tuesday, December 4,1962

Page 6

alligator
editorials
up front
We read a recent letter to the editor on the Big
Shot section at the Peter, Paul and Mary show
and resisted a temptation to comment, even after
many students howled with delight at the jabs made
at Student Government and at Lyceum Council people.
WE READ a reply by Lyceum Council President
Tish Bates which we felt was truthful, but which
we also felt missed the main point of defense for
the Big Slots. Again we resisted the temptation
to comment.
Now, on todays editorial page we carry a rebuttal
to Miss Bates letter. We cannot resist the temptation
this time.
THE ALLIGATOR has often spoken in defense of
the extracurricular activities at the University. It
has fought when it appeared that control of extra extracurriculars
curriculars extracurriculars were slipping away from the hands of
the students. And students in extracurriculars do
much, perhaps too much, at this university. Students
produce orientation. Students produce Homecoming.
Students put out publications. Students sponsor the
movies on campus. Students sponsor Club Rendez Rendezdid
did Rendezdid produce the old Orange Peel. Students do a hell
of a lot.
We wouldnt have it any other way. We are jealous
of losing these responsibilities because we consider
them very valuable learning experiences.
BUT THEY ARE in danger, not of being taken away,
but of being given away... Given away because the
golden age of extracurriculars is a thing of the
past. The trimester system, too, is doing everything
in its power to create early ruins for that golden
age. And in the not too distant future many of the
student activities will fall under the heavier academic
yoke. Meanwhile many students will sit back and
enjoy the products of their sl7 activity fee and the
work of those in extracurriculars. Some would sit
by and watch extracurriculars die
ALTRUSISM AND service-mindedness are nice
words, but, as any cynic will tell you, they are not
often motivating characteristics. And, as many
campus cynics will tell you, the extracurricular
activities on this campus do not revolve around
those two words. They embrace them often, but
other factors keep students away from the
learning at the library. Students in extracurriculars
seldom sit down and admit to themselves that service
is not what is keeping them active. Perhaps they
dont even know it, but reward keeps them in there
performing. This reward takes many forms. It is
a Florida Blue Key. It is a sense of accomplish accomplishment.
ment. accomplishment. It is applause at a talent show. It is a compli compliment
ment compliment on an editorial you have written. It is the
smile of a friend. It is a seat three rows from the
front at Peter, Paul and Mary.
B.C.
P. 3. You can Bit there, too.

Tine Florida
Alligator

Editor-in-Chief Bill Curry
Managing'Editor This Edition David West
Business Manager Gary Burke
Sports Editor Jared Lebow
rH ihim, Ben Garrett
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STOPPED BY N. S. A. STRONGARM?
NS A: Liberal? Yes;
Red-Leaning? No!

By SUZANNE BRADY
Guest Columnist
There were some
erroneous facts in the
article on National
Student Association (NSA)
in the December 2 edition
of the Alligator.
The NSA is liberal, NOT
Communist leaning.
Neither it nor any of the
organizations which it
endorses are or have ever
been on the Attorney
Generals list of sub subversive
versive subversive organizations and
the National Student
Association has received
public endorsement from
both Presidents Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower and Kennedy as
well as from various
other public officials.
Anyone is free to attend
the National Student
Congress; the Communist
Party member who
arrived, Dan Rubin, was
NOT an invited guest.
Only delegates, official
observers and guests are
allowed into any plenary
session; only delegates
are accorded speaking
privileges while anyone
else must receive major majority
ity majority vote of the Congress
to speak on the floor.
THE USNSA has never
advocated the abblish abblishment
ment abblishment of the Greek system
on American campuses.
Following are some ex excerpts
cerpts excerpts from the
Codification of Policy of
USNSA concerning social
organizations: (italics
are my own)
UNDER MODEL Edu Educational
cational Educational Practices
Standards:
USNSA upholds the
right of a campus, student
or social organization to
select members of any
race, color, religion,
creed, national origin or
political belief without
restriction and further
disapproves of any action
to force a social group
to accept any person it
does not wish.
UNDER USNSA-
Fraternal Organization
Cooperation:
recognizes the contri contribution
bution contribution made by fraternal
organizations to campus
leadership as well as to
the national leadership of
USNSA.

USNSA urges- that a
closer relationship
between the N ational
Inter-Fraternity Confer Conference,
ence, Conference, National Pan Panhellenic
hellenic Panhellenic Conference and
the National Student
Association be de developed.
veloped. developed.
UNDER DISCRIM DISCRIMINATION
INATION DISCRIMINATION in Student
Social Organizations:
USNSA believes that
social groups should not
discriminate against a
person because of race,
color, religion, creed or
national origin. USN SA
believes that dis discrimination
crimination discrimination in social
organizations will not be
completely eliminated
until local chapters have
complete autonomy over
membership determ determination.
ination. determination. Local chapters
are urged to attempt to
amend their national
constitutions to provide
for autonomy over mem membership
bership membership determination. 1
While I was in atten attendance
dance attendance at the 15th National
Student Congress this
summer as an observer
for the University of
Florida the following
amendment to the consti constitution
tution constitution was passed:
Membership in the
USNSA should not neces necessarily
sarily necessarily b e interpreted
to imply agreement with
policies of the National
Student Congress, the
Executive Committee or
actions of its elected
officers; however
member student govern governments
ments governments should make every
effort to participate in
the decision-making
processes of the U SN S A
and support its policies
and programs to the
extent of their agreement
with them.
BECAUSE USNSA is an
extremely controversial
organization, I dont be believe
lieve believe that the referendum
required prior to
membership would
possibly pass on this
campus. However, I do
see a strong need for
some kino of a national
organization perhaps
such as proposed by many
other campuses which are
also dissatisfied with
NSA.

LETTERS
Small Shots
Have Their
Rights, Too
Editor:
DEAR MISS BATES:
In your recent letter I
"was somewhat surprised
at your insistence on
some sort of natural
right to the best seats
in the house. Your re response
sponse response indicates that you
have either missed my
point entirely or are
attempting to rationalize
an obviously unfair situ situation.
ation. situation. I prefer to think
the former.
Let me attack your
rather specious defense
step by step:
1) WHILE 8000 stu students
dents students cannot be individ individually
ually individually ushered to their
seats, the ushers might
tear themselves away
from their own seats in
the BIG SHOT section long
enough to keep aisles suf sufficiently
ficiently sufficiently clear to prevent
the chaos that ensued re recently.
cently. recently.
2) Ido not accept your
idea of a mass of ushers
holding seats for the very
few who take tickets. Fur Furthermore,
thermore, Furthermore, merely volun volunteering
teering volunteering to take tickets is
no reason for obtaining
special privilege.
3) Do you really ex expect
pect expect the student body to
accept as fact that so
large a number of people
as sat in the disputed arba
was responsible for
staging a performance
involving three fine
singers singing?
4) DO YOU actually
have people directing
the ushers? Must people
receive instruction in do doing
ing doing nothing? If so, how
big a staff of instructors
do you need?
5) What gives stu student
dent student government the right
to better seats anyway?
And what about their fr friends?
iends? friends? And theirs?
6) The actual size
of the reserved section
was quite large when the
total number of good seats
is considered.
7) I see that you are
busily devising a new
system.. .for holding this
small area. I challenge
any system whichpro whichprovides
vides whichprovides a special section
for the most favored.
Miss Bates, this is
no natural right. It
is one stolen from the
student body.
ALLEN E. WIESEN, 7AS
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In This Corner
JARED LEBOW |H9||H
Gators to Get mm
One More Chance
Like manna from heaven Florida has received
a bid from the Gator Bowl, giving the Orange and
Blue one more chance to prove what kind of team
it is.
Their opponent, Penn State, is currently rated
as the nations ninth best team. Finishing with a
9-1 record, the Nitnany Lions were were recipiants
of the Lambert trophy, symbol of Eastern football
supremacy.
The Gators finished their up and down season with
a 17-15 loss to Miami. Whether they will bounce back,
as they have in the past, is anyones guess.
Last Saturday the Gators faced a football rarity,
a fired up University of Miami football team.
An even rarer sight was the Miami student body,
which usually falls asleep after the kickoff, hopped
up to a near hysterical pitch.
Before the game began, Miamis backfield coach,
Bill Crutchfield, gave one of the most dramatic
pre-game pep talks I have ever heard. Crutchfield,
who probably took a look at his bald head and
thought he was Winston Churchill, grabbed the Orange
Bowls loudspeaker microphone and told the
screaming student body: We will fight them on
the field, we will fight them on the yard lines; and
if necessary we will fight them in the endzones.
The response from the Miami student body was so
great, that if he had said, we will fight them in
the press box, I would have headed for Flagler
street.
Florida won the toss, elected to receive; and then
disaster struck twice. First Bob Hoover, who
returned the kick to the Gator 20, was helped from
the field with an ankle injury that finished him for
the night; then Larry Dupree fumbled on the first
play from scrimmage.
Miami took the ball on the 22, and scored four
plays later when Nick Ryder, who ran like a human
buzz saw, carried the ball over from the eight.
The initial score came after two minutes and 31
seconds of play. What followed in the next 58 minutes
and 29 seconds proved that Miamis victory was no
fluke. The Canes had 20 first downs to 10 for the
Gators. They gained 169 rushing and 115 passing
as compared to Floridas 123 and 87.
Despite these statistics I still believe that if the
two teams played again, the Gators would win.
The Gators, who had been sky high for Auburn
and FSU, just couldnt seem to get themselves
worked up over playing Miami. The Canes, on
the other hand, had just emerged from two disasterous
losses to Alabama (36-3) and Northwestern (29-7),
and were out to prove they werent as bad as the
Miami sports writers said they were.
Dec. 29, Florida will have one last chance to show
the critics what kind of team it is. I wont say that
the Gators will beat Penn. State, but if they play
up to their potential, they will definitely give the
Easterners a football game to remember.
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The Florida Gators
were selected Monday to
meet the easts high highranking
ranking highranking Penn State in the
annual Gator Bowl
football classic here Dec.
29.
This will be Floridas
fourth appearance in the
bowl against the Nittany
Lions second.
The Gators almost
muffed their chances of
a post season bowl
appearance by losing to
Miami of Florida 17-15
Saturday. The Gator Bowl
selection committee had
extended the invitation to

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Tuesday, December 4,1962 The Florida Alligator

Florida on condition the
team whipped the Hurri Hurricanes.
canes. Hurricanes.
After Floridas defeat,
the committee offered the
bid to Duke university,
but the Atlantic Coast
Conference champions
turned it down.
The selection commi committee
ttee committee was very impressed
with the general attitude
of the Florida coaching
staff and players and by
the atmosphere after the
Florida game... and
decided to reconsider in inviting
viting inviting the school to
represent the South, a

committee spokesman
said.
Florida, with a 6-4
season record and a 4-2
standing for fifth place
in the Southeastern Con Conference
ference Conference this year, was
selected over Clem son 6-
4, and Auburn 6-3-1.
Florida Coach Ray
Graves said after accept accepting
ing accepting the bid, 41 our staff
and players are pleased
to have the opportunity
to play in the Gator Bowl
against Penn State, the
Gator champions.
We feel like we have
a fine football team.

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The Florida Alligator Tuesday, December 4,1962

Hoffmann Ties It, Then Wins It 82-81

By Ron Spencer
Floridas FightinGators
had to fight all the way
last night to salvage a
close 82-81 double over overtime
time overtime victory over
Jacksonville Universitys
red-hot, upset-minded
Dolphins in the Gator
home opener inthe
Florida Gym.
Burly Bob Hoffman,
fouled by Dolphin substi substitute
tute substitute Kevin Fannon,
connected on two straight
free throws with 16
seconds remaining to
overcome a 81-80 deficit,
to tie the game at 81-81,
then supplied the one onepoint
point onepoint margin of victory.
Jacksonville, a decided
underdog entering the
contest, put on a deter determined
mined determined last-ditch effort to
pull the game out of the
fire, but scoring ace
Roger Stricklands last
second shot was blocked
and Florida Gym turned

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into a shouting mass of
delerious Gator rooters.
Hoffman, 6-7 1/2 soph
center from the Windy
City of Chicago, was the
hero, in addition to his
two game-winningfree
throws, Hoffman finished
with a game total of 14
points and 14 rebounds.
However, 25-year old
sophomore guard Brooks
Henderson and fellow
backcourt man Tom Bax Baxley
ley Baxley also had their hands
in the pie. Henderson,
guarding JU scoring sen sensation
sation sensation Rpger Strickland
all night, held him to 18
points, far below his
normal 32-point total.
Henderson also pumped
in 20 points,as did Baxley,
the perpetual motion
machine from Miami.
The Gator offense was
sluggish throughout most
of the first half. With
7:30 left in the initial half,

Baxley put Florida ahead
29-25 but A1 Stephensons
basket with 16 seconds
remaining left the score
knotted at 41-41 at half halftime.
time. halftime.
With 15 minutes re remaining
maining remaining in the final half,
Brooks Henderson gave
Florida its biggest lead
of the night, 57-52. But,
as was the case through throughout
out throughout the game, the never neversay
say neversay die Dolphins roared
back again a n d again.
At the three-minute
mark the score was still
tied, 76-76. The Dolphins
resorted to control
tactics and that was the
way the regulation game
ended knotted at 76
all.
Tomlinson and Tiner
swapped baskets in the
hectic first overtime, then
Brooks Henderson made
it 80-78 with 4:35 left
But again Tiner came

back to hit from the in inside
side inside with 1:27 remaining
and tie the score at 80-
80. Then Barbee fouled
Dolphin Jim Moraski on
a driving layup with 46
seconds left. Reserve
Tom Sweat, in a tense

Frosh Harriers Win Meet

The Florida freshmen
cross country team took
the Pensacola Invitational
Cross Country Meet on
Saturday with the low
score of 28 points.
Pensacola Junior College
was second with 29.
Schools from all over the
South had been invited.
Richard Kneeland, of the
frosh, won with a new
record time of 15:15.5.
Tommy Polk of Pensacola
who held the old record,
was second. The frosh
finished their undefeated
season against some fine

situation, hit on one of
two free throws, setting
the stage for the dramatic
finish.
The Florida freshmen
whipped the Baby Dolph Dolphins
ins Dolphins 90-71 in the prelim.

competition and are of
the caliber thatthe
present varsity members
will have to fight
to remain on the squad
next season.
Summary of the top ten:
Richard Kneeland (F)
15:15.5; 2. Tommy Polk
(PJC) 3. Greg Landry (P);
4. James Woods (F) 5.
Austin Funk (F) 6.Robert
Halliday (F) 7. Larry Ro Roberson
berson Roberson (P) 8. Walter
Culberson (P)- 9. Bob
McClanahan (P) 10. Bob
Pederson (P) 12. Danny
Wells 13. John Sullivan.