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Vol -55, No. 52 University of Florido / Gainesville Thursday, Dec. 6/1962

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...now is undergoing about $90,000 in renovations, preparatory to a May or
June 1963 re-opening of the structure. See story Page Five.

Fish Club Opposes
Wauburg Land Sale

A resolution qgpggjng
the sale of a 72-acre
site adjoining the UFs
Camp Wauburg has been
adopted by the UF Fishing
Club.
The resolution, adopted
this week by the club,
follows in the wake of a
proposed Dec. 17 bid sale
of the UF -owned property.
Proceeds from the land
sale would go toward
making a down payment on
the Gainesville Golf and
Country Club on Newberry
Road, which the UF Ath Athletic
letic Athletic Association has

UF Out-Patient Clinic Rivals Finest

BY BEN GARRETT
Gator City Editor
The UF Medical Center
K general out-patient clinic
rivals the finest in the
; country, according to
t Center Provost Dr. Sam Sam>
> Sam> uel P. Martin.
A unique feature of the
5 UF clinic, Dr. Martin
said, is that all clinical
medical specialists are
available in the one clinic
to aid in the diagnostic
and treatment problem.
Examinations as ex extensive
tensive extensive as those given in
the clinic would require
several days in clinics
where the patient is re referred
ferred referred to individual
specialty clinics,*Martin
I said.
About 15 UF College

agreed to purchase.
According to the
resolution, the UF should
buy the property from the
Association for ex expansion,
pansion, expansion, enlargement and
improvement of present
swimming, fishing,
picnicking and boating
facilities of Camp
Wauburg.'
A similar stand was
adopted recentlyby
student government
leaders.
Such sale, the
resolution states, 4 would
forever lose for the

of Medicine physicians
participate in the general
clinic each day along with
students, interns,
residents and specialists.
To be admitted, a patient
must be referred to the
general clinic by his
private physician.
Usually, only persons liv living,
ing, living, where a diagnostic or
treatment facility is not
available for their illness
are referred to the U F
clinic, Dr. Martin said.
Out-patients are given
a complete physical
examination regardless
of their suspected
ailments. The only
exception would be when
a local physician speci specifically
fically specifically requests his
patient be seen in
a specialty clinic.

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University the opportunity
to realize the full potential
of this useful property."
The property could be
used, according to the
resolution, for "possible
relocation of Camp
Wauburg facilities now
crowded on only
12 acres."
Situated at the south
end of Lake Wauburg and
about nine miles from
Gainesville, the property
includes 48 cleared land
acres and 24 acres under
water.

A Univcrsitv yy
Meets The
Space A^c
y 1

In a matter of a few
hours a patient and his
physician are given con consultation
sultation consultation by as many as
five specialists, Dr.
Martin said.
If the medical problem
disclosed by the clinical
studies and physical
exams can be treated in
home town facilities, the
patient is usually sent

Oil-Rich Nation
Os Venezuela
Under Scrutiny

Oil rich Venezuela
enters the UF spotlight
today as more than 450
South American and
United States delegates
open the 13th annual
Caribbean Conference.
First main event
scheduled in the
three day conference
begins at 9 a.m. today in
Dan McCarty Hall
Auditorium with a
discussion on the history
of Venezuelan
development.
Geography, archelogy,
history and government of
Venezuela will be
discussed by Gullermo
Zuloaga, Creole Corp.
director in Caracas,
Venezuela; Yale
University anthropology
department head Irving
Rouse, and former
Venezuelan cabinet
minister Arturo Uslar
Pietri.
Also scheduled Thursday
is a seminar on Venezue Venezuelan
lan Venezuelan educational problems,
which will be from
2-4:30 p.m. in McCarty
Auditorium.
S p eakers include
Lorenzo Monroy, general
director of the minister
of education in Caracas;
Santiago Vera Izquierdo,
dean of the engineering
at Andres Bello Catholic
University in Caracas,
and Francisco De
Veranzi, rector of
Caracas Central Univer University
sity University of Venezuela.
Delegates will be
welcomed by Florida Gov.
Farris Bryant, UF Pres.
J. Wayne Reitz, and Harry
A. Jarvis, president of
the Creole Corp.,

home to his physician with
a complete report on the
findings of the UF
specialists.
Before releasing a
patient, all doctors
involved in the examin examination
ation examination hold a conference
on which the final report
is based.
The maximum number
of patients per day has

co-sponsor of the confer conference
ence conference with the UFs School
of Inter American
Studies.
Welcoming addresses
will be at a noon luncheon
in the Student Service
Centers Banquet Room.
Arrangements for a
simultaneous translation
service have been made
this year because of the
large number of Spanish Spanishspeaking
speaking Spanishspeaking delegates. Tiny
transistor radios will be
issued, transmitting
English and Spanish
versions being presented.
Florida Player
Production
Set Tonight
The second performance
of the Florida Players
production, Madwoman
of Chaillot will be
tonight at 7;30 in Norman
Hall Auditorium.
The two-act play by
French dramatist Jean
Giradoux will also be
presented Friday and
Saturday at 8 p.m. in the
Norman Hall Auditorium.
Linda Lashbrook plays
the Madwoman of Chaillot
in the impressionistic
play described by director
August Staub as a bright,
whacky comedy and a
biting satire on material materialism.
ism. materialism.
Student admission to
the performances is free
upon presentation of a
student identification
card. General admission
is 75 cents.

been set at seven, but
the doctors prefer to
examine not more than
five a day because of the
extensiveness of the
examinations.
On a typical day at the
clinic, cases handled may
run the gamut from gyne gynecology
cology gynecology to psychiatry .Each
is handled carefully and
expertly but with the
convenience of one clinic,
Martin said.
.The general clinic
provides the UF with a
major educational
venture' by making it
possible for young
doctors to become
acquainted with the
patients total problems
and the problems
(See CLINICPage 4)



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Thursday, Dec. 6, lyoz

Reserve Revamping
Worries Governors

WASHINGTON (UPI)
-Defense Secretary Ro Robert
bert Robert S. McNamaras mas massive
sive massive reorganization of the
Armys reserve forces
came under fire Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday from some state
governors.
McNamara unveiled the
full details of the plan
Tuesday. Its main fea features
tures features would eliminate 1,-
861 National Guard and
reserve units to clear the
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new modern civilian units
for the Army.
Reserve aspects of the
reorganization already
have been ordered into ef effect
fect effect by the secretary.
Technically, at least,
state governors can veto
the plans directives for
the National Guard.
Pentagon officials hope
for a full reading on the
views of state governors
when state adjutants gen general
eral general meet nere Monday.

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Gitmo Families
Will Be Home
For Christmas
WASHINGTON (UPI)
Approximately 1,400 of
the more than 2,800
wives, children and ci civilian
vilian civilian employes who were
evacuated from the Guan Guantanamo
tanamo Guantanamo Bay Naval Base
in Cuba will be returned
there before Christmas,
it was announced Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday.
Crash Victims
Body Recovered
ST. PETERSBURG (UPI)
-The body as Aviation Me Mechanic
chanic Mechanic 2- C Thomas O.
Chastain, 27, of Thomas Thomasville,
ville, Thomasville, Ga., was recovered
Wednesday in the wreck wreckage
age wreckage of a Coast Guard hel helicopter
icopter helicopter which crashed in
the Gulf of Mexico Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night.
The Coast Guard said
the wreckage of the heli helicopter
copter helicopter was raised from a about
bout about 160 feet of water and

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the body was still in the
craft.
The aircraft went down
about 45 miles south southwest
west southwest of Egmont Key while
on a rescue mission*
Three other crewmen
were rescued by nearby
fishing vessels.
State Bus Is
A Traveling Ad
TALLAHASSEE, (UPI)
-A specially outfitted bus
will go on the road Dec.
14 as Floridas first tra traveling
veling traveling showcase.
The bus, donated by the
Greyhound Company, will
be accepted by the deve development
lopment development commission dur during
ing during the National Assn, of
Travel Organizations
convention at Boca Raton
Dec. 9-13. It will tour
Florida, the United Sta States
tes States and Canada.
Chambers of commerce,
private industry and re resort
sort resort attractions will be
invited to participate in
putting promotional liter literature
ature literature aboard and helping
to staff the bus.

no tnas,
Tax Hearings
WASHINGTON (UPI) I
-Two days of hearings on
a proposed tightening of
rules for tax deductions
for travel and entertain entertainment
ment entertainment expenses concluded
Wednesday with busi businessmen
nessmen businessmen pressing for li liberalizations
beralizations liberalizations beyond
those announced Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday.
The Internal Revenue
Service, it was learned
is considering a shift to toward
ward toward somewhat easier
standards for proving en entertainment
tertainment entertainment expenses.
As now drafted, the rules
would require itemized
receipts or other speci specific
fic specific proof on expenditures
of $lO or more.
JFK To Inspect
Nuclear Project
WASHINGTON (UPI)
President Kennedy on Sa Saturday
turday Saturday will get a chance to
inspect results of this
countrys first nuclear
earth-moving project, the
White House disclosed
Wednesday.
From a low-flying heli helicopter
copter helicopter the President will
view a 1,200 -foot-wide
hole blown in the Nevada
Desert last July as part
of Project Plowshare-an
attempt to develop peace peaceful
ful peaceful uses for atomic ener energy.
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Speech Prof Cites
Counseling Need

A UF speech pathologist
maintains there is
virtually no guidance or
counseling for families
of patients who have
suffered strokes or
similar brain damage.
And yet, it is the most
important factor in
patient recovery, said
Dr. McKenzie Buck.
Himself a stroke vic victim
tim victim five years ago, Buck
says his guidance
arguments are based on
personal and professional
impressions of present-
UF Oratorio
To Highlight
Holiday Fare
The presentation of one
of Bachs greatest works,
Christmas Oratorio,
will highlight the
Christmas season on the
UF campus Sunday.
The performance, spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the U F
Department of Music,
is set for 4 p.m. in the
Florida Gymnasium.
More than 300 voices,
combining three UF
choral groupsandthe
University Symphony
Orchestra will parti particip
cip particip ate in the Sunday
afternoon program under
the direction of Dr. El Elwood
wood Elwood Keister. Doc
Keister, as he is known'
by his students, is a
member of the UF music
faculty and is director of
the University Choir and
the Choral Union.
Choral group members
include townspeople, UF
faculty members and
students who bring to the
performance a backlog
of at least two years
choral singing experience
with glee clubs or church
choirs.
Soloist for the 90-minute
program are alto Becky
Daniels and soprano
Barbara Clarkson, both
of Gainesville; tenor John
Day from St. Petersburg
and bass William Clarke
of Jacksonville.
The six parts of the
Oratorio were written
to be performed on six
days between Christmas
Day and the Epiphany on
Jan. 6. Three of the parts
will be presented in the
Sunday program.
According to Dr. Keister,
the main theme stems
from the jubilation and
brotherly love which
reaches its highest peak
during the Christmas
season.
Composed in 1734, the
Christmas Oratorio is
considered one of Bachs
most serious works.

day clinical procedures in
the .rehabilitation of
stroke patients.
Our professional
literature contains some
discussion of intellectual
and emotional problems
that accompany cerebral
damage, but specific
information appears to be
far too limited and
frequently overlooked in
our clinical programs for
the aphasic patient, he
said.
The clinics tell the
patient what to do, but
neglect to tell his wife.
Memory spans can be so
short the patient can
forget his instruction by
the time he gets to his
car. Consequently his
wife is ignorant of the
therapy he has been told
to pursue, he said.
According to Buck, there
seems to be little, if any,
extended and consistent
guidance for the family
as is true in the clinical
management of many
other types of speech and
hearing disorders.
In a three-year study
Buck conducted of 30
stroke patients and their
families, only one felt
his family received
adequate advice to care
for his emotional and
speech problems, the
pathologist said.
And these patients
were treated in well
regarded professional
clinics across the
nation, he said.
It was not uncommon
to earnestly be contem contemplating
plating contemplating suicide while
pleasantly responding to
individuals within the
environment, because of
these limitations, and my
inability to express
them, Buck said.

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DR. MCKENZIE BUCK
Jury Rules
Suicide
A six-man coroners
jury ruled the death of UF
virologist Chris W.
Anderson suicide
Tuesday.
The jury determined that
Anderson died on or about
Aug. 14 of poisoning by
self-administered para parathion,
thion, parathion, an insecticide.
Andersons badly
decomposed body was
found in a wooded area
east of Gainesville on
Nov.23.An empty insecti insecticide
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the body.
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Thursday, Dec. 6,1962 The Florida Alligator

New Computer
May Aid Center

A $250,000 digital
computer recently given
to the UF College of
Engineering may soon be
used to save lives in the
operating rooms of J.
Hillis Miller Health
Center.
Surgeons at the hospital
are studying the
possibility of using the
computer as a monitor
to warn them when
anything goes wrong with
any electrical device used
in surgery.
The versatile computer
will also enable
engineering students to
simulate the operations

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rrcm ori doTl I i gator Thursday, Pec. 6/ 1962

UF Has Problem:
No Money To Lend

BY HOWARD STONESIFER
Gator Staff Writer
Plenty of applicants
for loans but no money
to lend is the dilemma
facing UF long-term loan
fund administrators,
according t o Assistant
Dean of Student Affairs
Mac G. Grigsby.
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Were on a hand-to hand-tomouth
mouth hand-tomouth basis right now,
Grigsby said. We have
to wait until money lent
out comes in before we
can make more loans,
he said.
The lack of funds
situation, however,could
change at any moment,
Grigsby said. The
situation isnt new here,
he added.
On just the National
Defense Loans, we have
lent out over a million
dollars in the last four
years, Grigsby said.
This year our $250,000
N ational Defense Loan
allotment has already
been lent out and next
years allotment will be
filled by May. This
happens every year,
Grigsby said.
According to Grigsby,
some loan funds are now
available but the funds
may have restrictive
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The UF loan funds
are composed, Grigsby
said, of two types erf
loans, one from the
federal government and
the other donated by
private individuals or
corporations. The private
ones sometimes have re restrictions,
strictions, restrictions, he said.
According to Grigsby,
most UF students prefer
to try for a national
defense loan.
The national defense
loan pays SI,OOO a year
for five years with re repayment
payment repayment usually
beginning three-six
months after graduation.
Business Frat
To Initiate 17
New Members
Seventeen new members
have been selected to
Alpha of Florida Chapter
of Beta Gamma Sigma,
national business admin administration
istration administration honorary.
Prof. John Wyatt erf
the Department of
Management and Business
Law will be initiated as
a faculty member. He will
be featured speaker at
the Friday initiation
banquet.
Other new members
include John E. Alley,
Willet A. R. Boyer,
Michael P. Bradley,
Donald C. Carlton,Allan
P. Clark, Warren A.
Deord, Franklin D.
Dillard, Richard E.
Johnson, Paula C. Levin,
James B. Parrish,
Mahendra H. Gandhi,
Leonard Groeneveld,
Barry J. Herksker,
Wallace M. Nelson, Jack
D. Roberts and James F.
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Makala Trophy
Is Still Missing

The Makala trophy,
traditionally awarded to
the winner of theUF-FSU
football game, is still
missing despite two
weeks searching.
According to Rachael
Cohen, UF school tradi traditions
tions traditions secretary, the
campus police have made
no headway in finding the
thief. As a last resort,
Miss Cohen called FSU
Student Body Pres. Ken
Van Assenderp Tuesday
to tell him about the theft.
Van Assenderp was
upset and surprised, and
has called a special meet meeting
ing meeting of the FSU Security
Council about the theft,
she said.
UF Police Chief Audie
Sohuler said the Campus
Police have no clues
as to the thief.
We have found no one
that we think is connected
with the theft, he said
yesterday.
The trophy was stolen
November 19 after the
UF-FSU game from the
Delta Phi Epsilon House.
No one saw the thief enter
and no one saw him leave
the sorority house where
the trophy was being kept
before putting it in the
trophy cabinet in the gym.
Shortly afterward a
male called the Delta
Phi Epsilon House and

asked to speak to Miss
Cohen. He then said, in
what she described as a
fake southern accent, I
have the trophy and will
keep it until FSU beats
UF in football.
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I
DR. SAMUEL MARTIN
..heads out-patient clinic.
Clinic
(Continued From Page I)
relationship to each other,
Dr. Martin said.
The patient is seen
by medical students,
interns, residents and
senior physicians as a
total* individual,
he said.
Several practicing
Florida physicians from
all over the state have
come to the UF Medical
Center to participate in
the educational programs
of the clinic, Dr. Martin
said.
President To Talk
Dr. George F. Baugh Baughman,
man, Baughman, president of New
College at Sarasota, will
be guest speaker at a
specia} seminar today on
the UF campus.
The seminar, one of a
monthly series devoted to
management topics and
scheduled regularly for
faculty and administrat administrative
ive administrative staff of the UJ teach teaching
ing teaching Hospital, will be held
in Mll2 of the Medical
Sciences Building at 3:30
p.m.
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CLARA MAE VONN
...began fight to save
Grove Hall.

Seagle Hall Readies
For '63 Occupancy

By JEFF NESMITH
Gator Staff Writer
Georgia Seagle Hall,
recently pulled off the
selling block for reuse as
an off-campus residence
area, is expected to be
ready for a May or June
1963 reoccupancy.
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underway will be
completed in May or June,
probably June, Seagle
Trust Manager J. Francis
Cooper said yesterday.
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is being spent on the
building at 1002 W.
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Included in the reno renovations
vations renovations are enlargement
of the rooms; moderni modernization
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plumbing, heating and
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The hall has been the
subject of extensive
debate since a March
decision by trustees to
6ancel residents
membership until anew
building could be erected.
Although Seagle
residents protested the
cancellation move, the

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Coed Life Editor
Clara May Vonn, leader
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Grove Hall, admitted
defeat Wednesday.
You can't fight city
hall and I guess that just
about ends it, she said.
Miss Vonn is among 149
Grove residents who are
spending their last days
in Grove this trimester.
The building,
temporary since
shortly after World War

hall has not been occupied
this trimester.
Since March, trustees
changed their minds
and decided to renovate
the present building,
Cooper said.
Cooper declined to
comment on a board de decision
cision decision to make the hall
available to a new group
of residents rather than
assuring old Seagle
members a place when
renovations are complete.
Members of Georgia
Seagle take an oath not
Religion Students
Should See Creel
Students interested in
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ment Department of Religion in
Florida Union.
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inity Divinity School and Boston
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ology Theology will be on campus
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Girls will be reassigned
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beginning of next
trimester.
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will happen to Grove is
to date unanswered,
according to Assistant
Director of Housing T.
G. Carpenter.
Were not sure yet
but there has been some
consideration given to
converting Grove to an
office building, he said.

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Or, he added, there
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as well as preference to
their choice of living
areas.
* We decided not to make
the move during the latter
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transition might disturb
preparation for finals.
According to Miss Vonn,
some of the girls still
would prefer to live in
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The Florida Alligator Thursday, Dec. 6,1962

editorials
empty belt loops
Tuesday an editorial in the Alligator spoke of
rewards. The following letter to the editor is in
itself a reward:
EDITOR:
In coming to the defense of Student Government
in your Tuesday editorial, I belie ve_ you have
almost completely misconceived the basis of Student
Government at Florida.
I cannot believe that students would spend over
half their school life in extra-curricular activities
for the sake of some front row seats or a key to
hang on their belt loop. I cannot believe that some
of your fine editorials of the past have been for
the sake of a compliment and not for the sake
of just writing good editorials.
It is not the rewards received that draw people
from the library to extra-curricular activities.
Surely the rewards which could be received by
devoting their time to studying or working, would
be greater than those given by student government.
People do not give up two weeks of summer income
and vacation to come up here early to work in
orientation because they think it might look good
on their record. They do not workfortwo semesters
on Gator Growl for the sake of good seats for
that evening. It is because they feel that they not
only have an obligation to themselves (to become
good students), but to their school and fellow
students. You would have very little participation
in extra-curricular activities if people did it merely
to aid themselves.
My participation in extracurricular activities
is nothing to be proud of. I would, however, be
Sorry I had ever done anything if I felt that most
people were like you, and merely trying to figure
what was in it for me.
BILL HOPPE, 3AS
EDITORS NOTE (and editorial):
Thank you very much for your fine letter. Thank
you, also, for the compliment that you einnot
believe that my role in extra-curricu i:?s has
been for reward.
But it has.
TWO YEARS ago, I think that I would v e written
a letter very similar to yours, had the editor of
the Alligator expressed the philosophy that I
expressed. I know I would have.
1 know I would have, because I would not have
understood the many meanings of reward. It has
been rewarding for me to associate with the people
I have associated with as editor of the Alligator,
be they letter writers or student government
presidents.
YOU SPEAK of obligation to fellows. I would
hate to do something merely out of obligation to
fellows. And I think that I am misunderstanding
your OBLIGATION the same way you misunder misunderstand
stand misunderstand my REWARD. Both are feeiing linked to a
persons service. You do not do something FOR
a reward. You do something, are rewarded in
experience, then do something else. You dont
pause to consider the reward, only feeling it.)
YOU SAY YOU cannot believe that students
would spend over half their school life in extra extracurriculars
curriculars extracurriculars for the sake of some front row seats
or a key to hang on their belt loop. I can say
that I have SEEN students do just that. That I have
been revolted at the thought that that was their
motivation. That I, now, do not condemn those who
would. I am just thankful that my reward is one
of people, overwhelming.
1 have seen people give up summer income and
vacation to come up here early to work in orientation
because they think it might look good on their
records. 1 have also seen those who do the same
thing out of obligation to their school and fellow
students.
WOULP THE campus and the world be better off
without those who do things for reward? There is
too much to be done and the obligated could not do
it all. Worse, they would not be allowed to do
any of it.
B.C.
P.S. Obligation has its rewards. Reward has its
obligations.
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Fan Happy Over Bowl Choice

LETTERS:
EDITOR:
Let me introduce myself.
I am a Florida man about
5 7 tall, and all mouth
and school spirit. I have
attended every Fighting
Gator football game ex except
cept except the LSU game and
the Mississippi State
game.
My fellow Florida men

Student Protests Seating Plan
At The Gator Basketball Game

EDITOR:
I would like to herewith
make known my protests
over the sitting
arrangements at the
basketball game between
Florida and Jacksonville
University.
I FEEL THAT the
number of seats reserved
for the game was entirely
too many and did the
students an injustice by
taking good seats away
from them which no one
else used. The reserved
seating section was less
than half full, but when
students wanted to sit in
either of the three
sections of the east stand,
they were prohibited from
doing so.
I realize that in order
to get paying customers
into the game, you must
reserve them seats. But
when less than half of
those seats are used it
becomes a ludicrous
situation.
THE STUDENTS are the

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and their women cheered
throughout every game
I attended. It was so great
the day we outcherred
the famed FSU fans. But
now the tide of school
spirit has washed back
into the sea of despair.
FLORIDA RECEIVED
and accepted a Gator Bowl
bid. In most schools the
students would be over overjoyed
joyed overjoyed at the thought of
their team playing in a
Bowl game. But not here
at Florida.
The attitude which I have

ones who support the team
and do 99 per cent of the
cheering. They deserve
to have good seats. Just
because we -paid out
money at the beginning of
the year and not at the
gate, is no reason why we
should not have good
seats.
I hope that in the future
at home games, the
seating committee will
give more heed to the
students. We are the
people who make it
possible for the other
paying customers to see a
game at Florida Gym
through enrolling at this s
school.
I am not the only one
who feels that this
situation needs to be
corrected as witnessed by
the following signatures.
Edward Woodruff 2UC
Don Ames 2UC
Hoy T. CuUifer 2UC
Nicky \l. Sherer 2UC
Frederick Bowdion 2UC
W. Paul Harris 3BA
John Hubitz 4AS

noted around campus is
gross. Florida (with a
6-4 record) doesnt
deserve to play Penn.
State. Pen State will
beat Florida 100-0.
We will get the hell beat
out of us. These are
just a few of the comments
which have been going
around.
Let me tell you fellow
Florida students, if Penn
State does beat us 100-1
1 will still be proud of
my team and I will cheer
for us until the final gun.
I fell assured that Florida
can beat Penn. State if
they ytrant to. That is up
to the football players and
their school spirit. I just
hope they want to win as
much as I want them to.
I REALIZE MANY of
the football players voted
not to go to the Gator
Bowl. I realize it cuts
their Christmas vacation
a little short. Lets face
it you jocks, you came
here to play football and
if nobody else wants you
to win, I do.
I imagine there are many
other students who would
write this same letter so
dont worry Coach
Graves.
Robert E. Kehoe 2UC
Reader Praises
Movie Reviews
EDITOR:
A letter was printed in
Sunday, Dec. 2, Alligator
concerning Fred
Schneiders moyfe
reviews; the letter writer
offered his sympathy.
I think Fred is very
fair and I dont think he
needs sympathy, at xeast
it is not evident from his
reviews.
The girls on my hall
may not agree with all
of Freds criticisms, but
they do agree that his
review polumn is very
entertaining. Please dont
let letters from irate
movie-goers cause a
decline in the number of
his reviews appearing in
the ALLIGATOR.
4 to 1



Cincinnati Sweeps
First Week Voting

NEW YORK (UPI)
The University of Cincin Cincinnati,
nati, Cincinnati, picked in the pre preseason
season preseason ratings to win the
major college champion championship
ship championship this season, was a
ne a r-unanimous choice
this week for the top spot
in the first weekly ratings
by the United Press
International board of
coaches.
The Bearcats, NCAA
champions the past two
seasons, opened the new
campaign with an easy,
97-39, victory over
DePaul and as a result
were named No. 1 by 33 of
the 35 coaches who
comprise the UPI rating
board.
With points for votes
from first through 10th
places distributed on a
basis of 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-
3-2-1, Concinnati gained
a total of 348, just two
less than a perfect score.
The Bearcats also
whipped Virginia, 92-41,
Monday night, but the
ratings were based on
games played through
Saturday.
Cincinnati meets Miami
O. Wednesday night and
George Washington on
Saturday. Thus, the
Bearcats could conceiv conceivably
ably conceivably roll up a 4-0 record
before meeting their first
real test on Dec. 14
against Kansas State. The
following night they play
Kansas.
Duke, which received
the two first-place votes
Cincinnati didnt get, was
second in the first weeks
ratings, the same spot
the Blue Devils were
picked to finish in the
pre-season ratings. Duke
picked up 285 points,
mostly on the strength
of 19 second-place votes
and nine for third.
The Blue Devils opened
the new season with a 76-
68 win over Davidson.
They played South Car Carolina
olina Carolina Tuesday night and
then go against Mary Maryland
land Maryland on Saturday.
Kentucky, picked to
finish third in the pre preseason
season preseason ratings, and St.
Bonaventure, the eighth
selection, were the chief
casualties of the first
week. The Wildcats
dropped an 80-77 decision
to Virginia Tech, while
the Bonnies were beaten,
73-66, by Southern
Illinois, a small college
power. Both dropped out
of the top 20.
Moving up at their
expense were Loyola 111.,
Oregon State, Mississippi
State, Illinois, Wisconsin
and Kansas State. Loyola
advanced from fifth to
third; Oregon State from
seventh to sixth; Illinois
from 13th to seventh; Wis Wisconsin
consin Wisconsin from ninthto

eighth, and Kansas State
from 14th to 10th. West
Virginia remained fourth

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and Bowling Green held
onto 10th to complete the
select group.

Thursday, Dec. 6,1962 The Florida Alligator

Gators Journey
To FSU Tonight

The Florida Gators
travel to hostile territory
in Tallahassee tonight for
the third basketball game
of the season against the
FSU Seminoles.
A capacity crowd is
expected to jam 4,200-
seat Tully Gym on the FSU
campus for the 7:45 tipoff.
The Freshman game
begins at 5:30.
Florida State, in racking
up two easy warmup wins
over Tampa and Valdosta
State, now hasanine hasaninegame
game hasaninegame winning streak at
home. But they start off
with Florida tonight and
before the week is out they
will have met four South South
- South Conference
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The Seminoles won both
games last season 85-71
in Gainesville and 79-56
in Tallahassee.
The Gators have split
a pair of double-overtime
games, losing a 91-87 de decision
cision decision to Miami and edging
surprisingly tough
Jacksonville University,
82-81.
Stellar soph guards
Tom Baxley and Brooks
Henderson will pace the
attack. Baxley is
currently hitting at a 27
points-per-game clip and
Henderson at 15.5.
Veteran forwards Tom
Barbee and Taylor Stokes
round out the starting
five.

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Gator Bowl
Ticket Sales
Are Underway
UF students faculty
and employes will be ab able
le able to get tickets for the
Gator Bowl game in a
preferred* section in
the east stands until Dec.
10.
Assistant Athletic Dir Director
ector Director Percy Beard
announced the UF has
been alloted tickets in the
east and south stands for
the Florida-Penn State
game on Dec. 29.
All tickets are $6 each,
regardless of location.
Seats are limited to
two for faculty members
and employes, and one
ticket per student, plus
one date ticket. Tickets
in the east stand section
will be held until Decem December
ber December 10.
The ticket office, room
107 stadium, will be open
between 8:30 a.m.-noon,
and from 1:30-4p.m.,
Monday through Friday,
and between 8:30 a.m. to
12 noon on Saturday.

Versatile 'Mover Hoover
Overshadowed By Dupree

Dazzling sophomore
halfback-fullback Larry
Dupree, an All-Southeas All-Southeastern
tern All-Southeastern Conference selec selection,
tion, selection, has become the hero
of many Gator football
fans this year, but a close
look at the Gators* final
football statistics may
give the worth of Bob Hoo Hoover.
ver. Hoover.
For the Gators, bound
for the Gator Bowl again against
st against Eastern champion Penn
State, Hoover has been a
workhorse. For example,
he leads the team in pass
interceptionsthree for
47 yards returned and
kickoff returns 11 for
253 yards and a 23.0-
yard average. Clarke has
returned 10 for 139 yards.
The Jacksonville senior
also is third in team rush rushing,
ing, rushing, although he has car carried
ried carried the ball from scri scrimmage
mmage scrimmage only 37 times for
191 yards and a 5.1 yard
average. Dupree, of
course is the leader by
far in this department
(and the leader in the Sou Southeastern
theastern Southeastern Conference)
with 113 runs for 604
yards and a 5.3 yard av average.
erage. average.
The versatile Hoover has
also caught six passes for
41 yards.
The Gators, who are
taking a week off to rest
and study before re returning
turning returning to drills Monday,
have used a vast number
of players this season in
thei# three-team system.
Florida has had 16 pass
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Mississippi led the 12-
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released this week by SEC
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Moores office.
The undefeated Re Rebels
bels Rebels led in offense with
an average of 364.5 yards
per game arid in defense
with a mark of 142.2 yards
per game. Mississippi
was the only SEC team to
average more than 209
yards per game rushing
and the Rebels had a mark

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of 239.2 yards per game
on the ground.
Alabama had the best
rushing defense, holding
opponents to an average of
58.5 yards per game in
winning nine of ten games.
Alabama was second
in both offense and de defense
fense defense with Auburn third
in both categories. Ala Alabama
bama Alabama averaged 325.1
yards per game on of offense
fense offense while holding op opponents
ponents opponents to an average of
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Auburn grounded out an
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an average of 197 yards.
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The Florida Alligator Wednesday, Dec.5, 1962

MAKE IT SNAPPY

Shooting Catches
Yuletide Moods
NEW YORK UPI) lts not too early to take camera in
hand to catch the youngsters merry moods of holiday.
Youll click along just fine if you catch the whole story from
the first suggestion of Santa through the last sleepy nod on
Christmas night.

Deck the Halls
- and Doorways,
Windows, Fences
WASHINGTON UPI
Treat your Christmas ever evergreens
greens evergreens especially holly so
they will last longer.
Mash or crush the tough,
woody branch ends and place
them for a couple of days in
a quart of water mixed with a
tablespoon of brown sugar. This
will give the branches a chance
to absorb enough moisture to
remain fresh through the holi holidays.
days. holidays. reports the Society of
American Florists.
Other tips from the society:
Groom green plants. Wipe
dust gently from the leaves
with a damp cloth. Snip off any
yellowing or drying leaves. If
philodendron cordatum vines
are spindly, pinch off the ends
of the vines.
ls a post lamp lights the
way to the front door, decorate
with Christmas greens and
cones. Ditto for fences.
Doll up the mail box with
greens or hollies, extending a
holiday greeting to the post postman.
man. postman. guests and passing motor motorists.
ists. motorists.

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pleased with the colors chosen by V* \
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Snap junior writing his ust.
visiting Santa. Photograph the
family delivering eifts. But. cf
course, dont let anyone catch
you soaking your tootsies after
a shopping trip!
Other holiday photo sugges suggestions
tions suggestions from the shutter-bugs at
a film and camera firm Ko Kodak
dak Kodak :
A toy that capture -a childs
attention will help you produce
snapshots with special appeal.
Make certain the camera is
ready for action The first ex expression
pression expression when a child beholds a
new toy is apt t** mak** a memo memorable
rable memorable shot.
Put emphasis on close-ups.
Concentrate on that look of
wonder on a youngsters face,
the tree with its decorations,
the breaking of the turkey wish wishbone
bone wishbone at dinner.
Add excitement to a picture
story by changing your camera
point of view. For a good over overall
all overall view, step on a chair. For a
fine shot of a little tot. stoop
down so youre on his level.
Have pictures tell a story.
Take a series of three or four
shots to show what happened
next.
Want to catch action pic pictures
tures pictures with a box-type camera?
Movement is minimized when it
is directed toward or away from
your camera lens rather than
across its path.

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Battery Care for Holiday Fun
CHICAGO (l PI) About 5 million ytmngsters trill play
trith terermt million battery -powered toys and httbby kits during
the holidays. And at one time or another, many of these toys
trill be stalled for lark of that prosaic household item the
flashlight battery.
Eren the most eiabttrale battery-powered toy is about as ex exciting
citing exciting as a rag doll trhen the batteries go dead and dad's supply
of fresh ones is exhausted. Burgess Battery Company offers these
simple tips to help avoid such domestic tragedies:
When installing batteries im toys or hobby kits make cer certain
tain certain the cells are inserted trith terminals in correct position and
that metal contact points on the toy are dean and not bent out
*f line.
Encourage yomngsers to give pottered toys periodic rests ;
this gives the batteries a chance to recuperate self-recharge and
gain back some of their potter.
When battei y-pottered toys are in the house it's best to
keep am ample supply of fresh batteries on hand. Flashlight bat batteries
teries batteries hare good storage life up to 18 months.
When a battery-powered toy or hobby kit is put away, re remove
move remove the batteries and place them on the shelf beside it, other othertrise
trise othertrise the switch on the toy may leak current and accidentally
drain the batteries.
Under no circumstances should batteries be removed from
an emergency lantern or flashlight and used in a toy.
For long-term storage of flashlight batteries wrap several
in heavy paper and place in the freeser of the family refrigerator.
Once frosen, flashlight batteries will stay fresh indefinitely. To
thaw simply remove from the freezer and let the package warm
up to room temperature.

Don't Fret
NEW YORK iUPI) About
16 per cent of all Christmas
cards arrive at their destination
after December 25, says the
Catholic Digest.
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By GERALD S. SNYDER
United Press International
NEW YORK iUPI. __ The
most startling development in
toyland these days is a new
high in loquaciousness.
The newest dolls' voices have
the pitch of a child of the ase
they represent, said Mel Freud,
president of the Toy Guidance
Council.
The baby doll gurgles, chuc chuckles
kles chuckles and responds in real baby
talk." he said. And the mo ented talented talking doll of all sings
and tells stories at length (the
secret of her repertoire is a
phonograph but she is not con connected
nected connected visually to the record
player in any way*.
Besides their vocal talents,
dolls in toyland 1962 have
achieved new standards of mus muscular
cular muscular flexibility. Freud said.
They do ballet routines. They
can crawl and wiggle. They
even kiss with realistic effect
The new born baby doll is
red-faced and the six months
old doll moves on all fours Tod Toddler
dler Toddler dolls walk right along with
their owners.
The biggest seller in dolls
seems to be the counterpart of
the baby. These darlings come
in all sizes from as small as a
thumb to as big as a real baby.
Care of doll bottles and ward wardrobes
robes wardrobes gives doll mothers a com complete
plete complete course in baby care train training
ing training handy when they grow
into babysitters.
Contributing to the interest
of older girls in dolls is th? de development
velopment development of the sophisticated
or fashion model doll counter counterpart.
part. counterpart. Freud said. These ele elegant
gant elegant creatures are outfitted
with high style wardrobes amid
accessories that in themselves
provide a course in fashion co coordination."
ordination." coordination."
Doll hair, now made of a
synthetic variety that can be
rooted in the scalp so that it
survives shampoos, has added
still another area of fascina fascination
tion fascination for older owners.
Experimenting with doll
hairdos, Freud said, is a
prime enthusiasm of millions
of girls and the skill they de develoD
veloD develoD unquestionably helps
them handle their own coiffurs
with greater finesse.
Check Now, For
Spicy Holiday
NEW YORK Give
the spice shelf a pre-holiday
check for freshness, advises the
American Spice Trade Associa Association.
tion. Association.
Here are some pointers:
Ground spices lose strength
more rapidly than whole spices
and therefore need more fre frequent
quent frequent replacement.
To be good, ground spices
should have a fresh, bright ap appearance
pearance appearance and an aroma which
fairly leaps out of the contain container
er container as you bring it to your nos nostrils.
trils. nostrils.
Ground herbs are particular particularly
ly particularly fragile. Many people prefer
to buy them in the leaf form
and crumble them just before
use.
Keep the spice shelf away
from direct heat, sunlight and
dampness.
Specialized Greetings
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year offer cards and verses cre created
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man. milkman. the newsboy, a wonderful
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The Florida Alligator Wednesday, Dec.s, 1962

Greeks Schedule Hometown Parties

The trimester system
has slowed down activi activities
ties activities around campus this
month, particularly in
Greek circles.
This year most
fraternities have
cancelled their annual
Christmas parties. The
Sigma Phi Epsilons and

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silons Epsilons are still planning
to hold Christmas parties
this weekend.
The Sigma Nus arent
planning to stayidle
though. This Friday night
they will present their
annual Christmas Carol
and reception.

Most of the activities
are being held in reserve
for the holidays following
exams. Fraternities will
be having numerous par parties
ties parties throughout the state.
The state-wide activities
will include: Alpha Tau
Omeges partying in
Tampa, Orlando and West

Palm Beach; Kappa Sigma
in Miami and Jack Jacksonville;
sonville; Jacksonville; Sigma Phi Ep Epsilon
silon Epsilon in Miami, Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, Tampa and Fort
Pierce; Phi Kappa Tau
in Sarosota; Phi Delta
Theta in Fort Lauderdale;
Delta Tau Delta in Miami
and Plant City; Sigma Nu

in Miami and St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg

Special Section
EDITOR:
SANDY
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COEDS ENJOY PRE PRECHRISTMAS
CHRISTMAS PRECHRISTMAS PARTY
... During the next
week, girls in dorms
and sororities will get
together for Christmas
festivities.
Yuletide Quiets
Campus Activity
A Christmas party for
foreign students
December 21, will close
activities at the UF this
trimester.
The Christmas party
will be held at the
Foreign Student Center
from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00
p.m. and students will
exchange small gifts.
Elsewhere on campus
people are getting ready
to close up shop until
next year. Sororities will
close their houses the
afternoon of December 21,
and reopen Jan. 2, while
dormitories will close at
noon on December 22,
and reopen at noon Jan.
1.
Plans are being changed
at the Main Cafeteria
since the training room
will hav§ to remain open
for the Gator football
team who will play in the
Gator Bowl New Years
Day. Nothing is definite
yet according to director
of Food Service Gay Well Wellborn.
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not yet decided on a



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OVER 300 PERSONS PRESENT CHRISTMAS CONCERT
.. Dr. El wood Keister will direct the Choral Union,
University Choir and Symphony Orchestra to present
Bach's "Christmas Oratorio" on Sunday, Dec. 9 in
the Florida Gymnasium.

300 Voices Combine
For Bachs Oratorio

Johann Bachs work,
4 Christmas O r at o r i o,
wi-bi§fcUoit;the Christ Christmas
mas Christmas season on Sunday
afternoon in the Florida
, i
Gypmasium.
The performance, spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the UFs De Department
partment Department of Music, is set
for 4:00 p.m. in the Flo Florida
rida Florida Gymnasium.
Over 300 voices, com combining
bining combining the University
Symphony Orchestra with
three University choral
groups, will participate
in the program under the
direction of Dr. Elwood
Keister. Kiester directs
the University Choir and
the Choral Union.
The members of the
three choral groups
include Gainesville resi residents
dents residents and members of
the UF faculty and student
body. These singers all
have had at least two
years experience singing
in choral groups.
Soloing are Becky
Daniels, alto and baritone
Barbara Clarkson,
soprano. Both the girls
are from Gainesville.
Male soloists are John
Day, tenor, St. Peters Petersburg;
burg; Petersburg; and William Clarke,
bass, Jacksonville.
Bach wrote the six
parts of the Oratorio
to be sung on the six days
between Christmas and
Epiphany, Jan. 6. The
main theme of the Ora Oratorio
torio Oratorio stems from
jubilation and brotherly
love which reaches apeak
in #e Christmas season
according to IfeSgter.
Three of thfe f siX'JiidrtS

will be presented Sunday.
The work, composed in
i 1734, is considered by
Keister** to be
of Bachs most serious
works. It features use of
high-pitch woodwinds.
Conrad Baushka, a
department of Music
faculty member, will play
the extremely difficult D Dtrumpet.
trumpet. Dtrumpet.
Composed in 1734, the
Christmas Oratorio
is considered one of
Bachs most serious
works. One of its most
outstanding features is
the distinctive use of the
woodwinds, particularly
the high pitched D-trum D-trumpet,
pet, D-trumpet, seldom used in 20th
century orchestrations.
The trumpet, difficult to
play because of its ex extremely
tremely extremely high pitch, will
be played by Conrad
Baushka, Department of
Music faculty member.
Dr. Keister said this
years performance pro promises
mises promises to be one of the
best since the three-choir
presentations began five
years ago. Because of
the difficulty of the Or Oratorio
atorio Oratorio weve had to wait
until the choirs were good
enough to perform it.
Last year the choral
groups presented Han Handels
dels Handels Messiah which
attracted over 3,500
people from northcentral
Florida. Other recent
performances include the
Creation by Haydn,
Requiem by Verdi,
Elijah by Mendelssohn
and Requiem by Bra Brahros.
hros. Brahros. 1 1I* \ <
No admissioh 'wiil be
charged -for- -the event.-

The annual Christmas
tree lighting will launch
Christmas on campus
Sunday night at 10:15 p.m.
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by Mortar Board, will
take place in front of
the University Auditor Auditorium.
ium. Auditorium.
Christmas carols will

be sung by all until 11
p.m. when President J.
Wayne Reitz will deliver
his annual Christmas
message.

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By DAVE WILKINSON
UF student+elbow
grease = Christmas
present for Mom, Dad, or
that special someone.
This formula can be
applied by any student
with economical ease just
in time for Christmas
in the craft shop of the
Florida Union.
THE CRAFT SHOP has
become so popular with
creative-minded students
this pre- Christmas
season that additional
help had to be put on,
according to Mrs. F.W.
Weber, assistant at the
craft shop. Over 150
students are satisfying
their esthetic desires
each week.
The Florida Union
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with many holiday ideas.

Mrs. Weber.
Any student can come
in and produce an attrac attractive
tive attractive economical article
tha. would be perfect as

a Christmas gift, she
said.
Some of the crafts
available are leather
working, painting, wood woodcarving,
carving, woodcarving, copper etching,
pottery making, photo photography,
graphy, photography, copper enameling
and jewelry making.
Students here do every everything
thing everything from making
fraternity paddles to
soldering together broken
bicycles, Mrs. Weber
said.
The students seem so
surprised when we let
them wheel their bikes
right into the shop to fix
them, she said.
CHRISTMAS IS the theme
of creativity in the shop
right now. One students
wife is constructing a
nativity set consisting of
small ceramic figures.
Others are making
jewelry, bowls, trays,
wallets, and mosaic tile
ash trays.
The student is required
to pay for the material
he uses. Many bring their
own. Instruction in
various crafts is free.
If they need instruction
on a craft we will gladly
help them, she explained
otherwise, we let them
work on their own.
We are here if
instruction is needed, and
also to keep the students
from killing themselves,
said Mrs. Weber as she
took time out to admin administer
ister administer a band-aid to a girl
whose finger got in the,
way *of a stray chisel.
Because not too many
of the girls know -how*to
handle a saw, I have
instructed them on how
to bat an eyelashfor male
assistance, said Mrs.
Weber
The craft shop is open
Monday through Friday,
2-5 in the afternoon and
Sunday through Thursday
from 7-10 p.m. The
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Should My Child Believe in Santa?

By Dr. Sidney M. Jourard
As a matter of fact,
I didnt seem to have much
choice in the matter. My
children came to know a about
bout about Santa Claus on their
own initiative. 1 suppose
I could have sat with them,
solemnly, and said some something
thing something like, Children, I
want to tell you something
that may hurt a little at

Students Decide Pro-Santa

By Tova Levine
Gator Staff Writer
Would you want your
children to believe in
Santa Claus?
Tom Sutton, 3AS, father
of a 7 month old girl: Well,
yes; if they dont, theyll
miss something won wonderful
derful wonderful in their childhood.
Pearl Funnell, 3 HRS:
No, I do not. I would go
along with it when they
are still too young to
understand, but as soon
as they are able to un understand,
derstand, understand, I want them to
know the real meaning of
Christmas.
Ronald Spencer, 2UC:
Yes, because I feel
children should have
something to believe in
at that early age.
Mrs. Nestor Agee, Jr.,
mother of 9-month old
boy: Yes, because we did.
Howard Kuenzler, 4EG:
Sure, it would give them
something to look
forward to at Christmas
time.

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first j but in time, you will
realize I had only your
best interest at heart.
Santa Claus is a myth,
like the fairy leaves
a dime under isPr pillow
when you a tooth
there.
I didnt do anything
of the kind, and each of
my children has believ believed
ed believed in Santa Claus, and

Michael Adams, SAR:
Depends on the age of
children; I feel they
should believe in Santa
Claus while theyre young
but when the make makebelieve
believe makebelieve period is over
they should stop believing
in him.
Sue Granath, 2UC: Yes,
because it gives children
something to believe in
and to look forward to.
Glenn Baldwin, 4EG:
I dont see that it hurts
any if they would
believe in Santa Claus.
Nancy Strathie, 3NR:
Yes, because it is part
of the spirit of Christmas.
Dan Cowles, 3AS: Yes,
because I would hate to
be one of the last gener generation
ation generation to believe in Santa
Claus.
Jean Kaiser, 2UC: Yes,
its part of being young youngpart
part youngpart of the fun of
Christmas.

dental fairies, for a few
years anyway. Some Somewhere
where Somewhere along the line,
they learned, without any
special effort on any erf
our parts, that Mother and
Father (and other nice
people) were Santa Claus
and fairies to boot.
The realization didnt
bother them, and the
younger child (who knows

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better) stil continues to
speak of Santa and the
fairy.
Myths belong to the
realm of poetry, and in a
symbolic manner they de depict
pict depict certain human truths.
Santa Claus perhaps is a
symbol of mans potential
generosity to his fellow
man. Man needs poetry,
I believe, as much as he

needs science, logic, and
technical know-how.
Without it, he becomes
less than a man, and be becomes
comes becomes instead some kind
of robot or automation.
Theres danger, I think,
in people affirming myths
when human interest are
best implemented by
sober, scientific truths.
But when people can tell
the difference between a
myth and logical or
scientific then they
can surely relax and en enjoy
joy enjoy their mythology as one
enjoys any kind of poetry.
I see Santa Claus and
the belief in him as a
case of enjoying mytho mythology.
logy. mythology. I like my children
to believe in him because
they are sufficiently ex exposed
posed exposed to the natural naturalscientific
scientific naturalscientific world view.
I have been wondering
what Santa Claus is going
to bring me.
Clay, Not Wood
NEW YORK (UPI) The
Christ Childs manger probably
was not made of wood, as most
people imagine, says the Cath Catholic
olic Catholic Digest;
The manger was more likely
made of potter's clay

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Solar Radio, Skull,
Airplane, Empty Box:
Profs Unusual Gifts

Every year at this time
comes the problem of
what to get someone for
Christmas. Annually
thousands of people fight
the crowds trying to find
something different
an unusual gift.
Unusual gifts can reign
anywhere from a horses
skull to a radio run by
solar radiation both
received in years past by
UF professors.
AN UNUSUAL GIFT re received
ceived received by Dr. Graeffe of
the Humanities De Department
partment Department a few years ago
almost brought about the
wrath of neighbors.
It seems Mrs. Greaffe
bought a horse's head
from a Tenderer who lived
in Gainesville. A Ten Tenderer
derer Tenderer sells carcasses of
animals to be converted
into useful things.
Dr. Graeffe admitted
he was surprised to re receive
ceive receive a horse's skull for
Christmas, but said it
was, Just what I
wanted.
A FEW YEARS ago Dr.
John Goggin, who teaches
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ology, archeology, received for
Christmas a small tran transistor
sistor transistor radio that runs on
solar radiation instead of
batteries.
The radio was given to
Dr. Goggin by his father
who felt it would be very
handy on archeology ex expeditions.
peditions. expeditions.
DR. GEORGE E.
WOLFF, political science
professor, said he was
victim of the box gag 10
or 12 years ago. He had
something in mind he
thought would be in the
big box he received, and
instead found a series of
boxes.
DR. EL WOOD KEISTER,
music professor, said he
expects to get his most
unusual gift this year
an airplane.
Dr. Keister and two
other professors have
been rebuilding a Cessna
140 and expect to have it
finished by Christmas.
Dr. Keister said if he
gets the plane flying by
Dec. 25 it will be his
Christmas present the
most unusual he has ever
had.

Festival of the Lights
Fetes Jewish Spirit

By Tova Levine
Gator Staff Writer
Chanukah, the Jewish
Festival of Lights, will
begin Friday night Dec.
21 with the lighting of the
first Chanukah candle.
The holiday recalls
the victory of the Mac Maccabees
cabees Maccabees in the cause of
religious freedom and
unyielding human spirit.
UF HILLEL Foundation
is having a Chanukah
celebration and latke
party Saturday night Dec.
8. Latkes are potatoe
pancakes, th&specialfood
eaten during the holiday
week.
Doorprizes from
Gainesville merchants
will be given and a juke jukebox
box jukebox will provide the music
for dancing 7:30 to 12:30.
The event is freeto
members and 25 cents for
non-members.
Chanukah is mainly a
home festival in which
candles are lit, each night
one candle more than the
preceding night until all
eight are lit. Gifts are
exchanged, latkes are
eaten, and games with a

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spinning top -a dreidle
are played by the
children.
THE FOUR HEBREW
letters on the sides of
the dreidle stand for the
words * A Great Miracle
Happened There, refer referring
ring referring to the miracle in
ancient times when the
eternal light in the temple
burned for eight days with
only enough oil for one
day.
According to tradition,
the Chanukah story began
in Syria in 168, Before the
Common Era. King Anti Antiochus,
ochus, Antiochus, the king of Syria

marched into Judea and
offered idol sacrifice
upon the altar of God.
DESTROYING THE
Torah, forcing the Jewish
people to forsake their
religion, and compelling
them to follow the Syrian
pagan ways, Antiochus
persecuted the Judeans
until they either accepted
idol worship or were
burned to death.
Many chose to die rather
than give up their
religion.
However, one man, Judas
Maccabeus led the Jewish
people in tearing down the
heathen altars and
recovering the Law.
CHANUKAH commem commemorates
orates commemorates the purification of
the Temple, the miracle
of the rededicated Eter Eternal
nal Eternal Light, and the rebirth
of a new spirit.
The eight-day festival
is the only holiday in
Jewish tradition that is
not mentioned inthe
Bible. It is a festival of
joy, thanksgiving and
praise, of religious free freedom,
dom, freedom, and of rededication.
This year Chanukah falls
Dec. 22-29.

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The Florida Alligator Wednesday, Dec.s, 1962

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Please bring my neighbors a color television be because
cause because they spend all their time peeking out the windows
and reporting me to the Dean of Women.
And please bring the Board of Control a Junior G-
Man detective kit and a Dick Tracy Crlmestoppers book so
they will find out who the real criminals are and leave
my professors alone.
please bring Mr. Grebstein a new book of poetyy.
And please bring my professors a surge of kind and
forgiving spirit and willingness to make allowances for the
trimester so I wont flunk out of school.
And for the Fighting Gators, please stuff a Gator
Bowl victory In your sack.
For Dean Hale, could you bring a new picture of him
reading the "Christmas Carol" for the Alligator.
And please bring.
Before I go any further Santa, I have a confession
to make. My mother is having venison for dinner Christmas
Eve. Actually this is more than a confession, lt*s a
warning, cause my father doesn't hunt and the local butcher
shop doesn't carry venison.
Santa, I'm not too good a student and I was wondering
If you had any kind of pull in Tigert Hall. With your
build you must have been a football player at one time,
so I figure you must be able to pull a lot of weight...
Oh, and by the way Santa, all my friends have Blue
Keys, and I was wondering...
Seriously Santa, what are the chances of getting a
new Florida Legislature for Christmas, plus a fair, Christian
apportionment plan.... Santa what are the chances of you
opening a new restaurant in G'ville that would actually
have eatable food not like...
Santa, there Is ROTC drill the week before finals,
how about pushing Christmas ahead a little and...
Santa how about giving me a crystal ball that will
give me the inside Infor on who will be the next student
body president, so I know what party to join and who t 0...
About th& parking ticket I received the other day,
Santa...
Santa, this girl and I have' devised aneat way of-get of-getting
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thing we need Is an 80 foot ladder...
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What NOT To Give Him

Women are the countrys
greatest consumersand
during the current holiday
season will probably buy
most of the countrys
Christmas gifts.
They all fare well in
their annual buying spree,
except the girls who pur purchase
chase purchase Yule gifts for their
unfortunate boyfriends.
Coeds, here is some
handy advice for those of
you who constantly flub
when it comes to pleasing
HIM with aChristmas
present.
First of all, dont buy
him a tie. It is an undis undisputable
putable undisputable fact that the
female mind has no
conception of what a sharp
stylish tie should look
like. Instead of getting
the latest in subdued tones
they will invariably pick
out the gaudiest and most
rainbowish piece of cloth
they can locate.

Whats Lacy, Black
And Not Good Gift?

By Carol Buller
Lets face it. Men can
be downright obtuse when
it comes to shopping for
a girl.
Its true; a box of
stationery or the inevit inevitable
able inevitable good book simply
do not make a girls heart
pound. Only a man could
come up with a fountain
pen when she is yearning
for French perfume.
What should you buy
your girl this Christmas?
First of all, there are
certain gifts we can rule
out right away. UNDER
N O CIRCUMSTANCES
give her a fountain pen.
(how sexless can you
get?) Unless your girl
has a flawless complexion
and a models figure DO
NOT give her a three
pound box of Whitmans
chewiest chocolates.
NEVER buy cosmetics.
(Not only would she rather
pick out her own but she
might think you were
hinting that she is un unattractive
attractive unattractive or needed
improvement.)

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Oh, it looks so pretty prettyand
and prettyand it just matches my
new red cocktail dress.
I just know Jim will adore
it, coes Betty Coed as
the salesman pushes the
unsold hand-painted 1948
models into her hands.
Os course Jim will
graciously accept his
moltley tie, and will wear
it faithfully for the rest
of the semester.
So leave the tie-buying
to the men, fbr the tie
that shines can also be
the tie that unbinds the
bonds.
Another favorite trick
with the girls is to pur purchase
chase purchase something totally
unnecessary to his
masculine needs For
instance, coeds have a
compelling urge to redo
their boy friends off offcampus
campus offcampus apartments so it
can become livable.
She will hint and suggest

DONT buy anything
black, lacy and filmy.
(Although this type of
thing is what every girl
really wants, her mother
would probably swear out
a warrant for your arrest
its just not done unless
you are married.
You really shouldnt
buy her clothes unless
you are pinned or engaged
and then BE CAREFUL.
Girls are pretty picky
about what they wear and
guys have been known to
come up with a chartreuse
blouse or something
equally as ghastly. By all
means be sure of the size
DO BUY: a sweater
(medium to high priced).
It is imperative, however,
that you get the right size.
(A girl is mighty sensitive
about her measure measurements.)
ments.) measurements.)
Other suggestions: an
attractive leather
cigarette or wallet and
key case set: a record
by a favorite artist is
still a good stand-by if
you dont know her that

that he coordinate the
color scheme in his bleak
but Spartan dwelling. He
will then receive for
Christmas the most
cherished of all gifts
a quart of lavendar paint
and some lacy curtains
for the windows (which
overlook the corner fil filling
ling filling station). This means
work.
Then there is the almost
traditional onslaught of
oddly-carved pipes that
smoke galvanized balsa
wood, shaving cream and
lotion to last until 1978,
belts that are too small
and a subscription to
National Geographic
(after you requested
Playboy).
The stalwart male on
the receiving end really
would prefer a strong,
hairy-chested gutsy gift
once in a while, girls.
Something that would

well, anyway.
It is not so hard to
find out what your girl
would really like.
Be alert she may make
it easy for you and openly
admire something. She
may tell you what
a beautiful blue sweater
her roommate got from
a boyfriend. You can
always watch in front of
what counter or window
she lingers.
Be just personal enough.
Go ahead and analyze your
relationship as to what
your intentions are with
this girl. And dont forget
that one downtown jewelry
store has a pre
Christmas sale on
diamonds!
Lets face it. What a
girl really wants is an
engagement ring.
Or her own key to your
car, or your fraternity
pin or even Just you!
And whatever it is
give it to her with a big
smooch under the
mistletoe!

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strike rough-hewn fancy
and make them know you
appreciate them for what
they are. Something like
a full-sized Civil War
field cannon.
By George, what man
wouldnt give his three threepiece
piece threepiece suit to sail a 25
pounder across the open
countryside, catching the
acrid scent of gunpowder
from his fortified earth
mound.
Maybe he would like to
be presented with a
snarling Cheetah,
complete with face hood
and leash to hunt as they
did when men were
men. Barking dogs and
noisy squirrels could
easily be eradicated from
your neighborhood with a
sport that sizzles a mans
blood.
A dancing girl wrapped
in a pink ribbon will be
accepted with open arms,
and no man will turn down
a case of Kentuckys
finest...or a home-cooked
steak dinner or one (one
mind you) ticket to the
Orange Bowl game.

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