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DROPPING 6,000 LEAFLETS
.. .was the kick-off to a state wide campaign to boost UF support for the football
Next plan is for hundreds of telegrams to be sent to the team before the game Saturday.

The Florida
Alligator

Vol .56, N 0.25

Four-Sided Battle Rages
Over Frat 'Misconduct

By DAVE BERKOWITZ
Assistant Sports Editor
A four sided battle of
accusations, denials and no
comments is raging between

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...is extended SUSGA representatives H.L. Martin
and John Jeffers, by Alligator editor David Lawrence
Jr. and Frank Harshaw, Student Government veep.

Dixie Partners Tonight

Charlie Moore and Bill Napier,
and their Dixie Partners, a folk folksinging
singing folksinging group who appears at the
University Auditorium at 8:15
tonight, apparently is a versatile
group with a rich background.
Moore, a native of Piedmont,
S.C., in the heart of the Blue
Ridge Mountains, started playing
the guitar and singing when he was
nine years old. After graduating
from high school he entered the
music field fulltime.

University of Florida / Gainesville

=Repercussions Os State Game=

independents, the police depart department,
ment, department, Student Government (SG)
and fraternities over reports of
fraternity misconduct at the
Mississippi state football game.
Julian Webb, in a letter to the

He played and sang over a
number of Southeast radio and
television stations, and is the
featured lead singer with the
Dixie Partners, handling the
master of ceremonies chores for
the group.
Napier, of Grundy, Va., sings
baritone and plays the five-string
banjo. He started playing the banjo
about two years ago and is known
as one of the top five-string banjo
men in America today.

Fri day, Oct .11,1963

Alligator, last week reported
having difficulties Saturday ob obtaining
taining obtaining his seat when two members
of Phi Kappa Tau fraternity who
were sitting in his seat refused
to move.
My wife and I arrived just
before the beginning of the game
and most of the people were already
there, Webb said. We found a
couple sitting in our seats. I asked
them to show their tickets and
they refused. I asked them to get
up and they refused.
They wouldn't let my wife or
me sit down. I talked to some
stadium officials but they said they
were too busy. Then I asked a
UF policeman and he refused. I
went back to my seat and finally
I got them to move.
Webb said he sent a three-page
letter to Frank T. Adams, Dean
of Men, but Adams had sent it
to SG President Paul Hendrick.
Webb gave the Alligator a list
of several couples who had com complaints
plaints complaints about fraternity conduct.
Paul V. OConnell and Charles
E. Coleman both said they both
had trouble with members of Kappa
Sigma fraternity.
OConnell, Coleman and their
wives reported they arrived at
the and found their seats
taken. O'Connell said he finally
had to enlist the aid of a policeman
to make them move.
Our seats were down in the
front part of the section and during
the game we were hit by cigarette
butts and ashes. They were also
drunk, O'Connell charged.
Police Chief Audie L. Shuler
reported he had no knowledge about
the Webb incident.
I dont know about the specific
incident or officer involved,
Shuler said. I dont know the
circumstances and I cant make
a statement.
Shuler said If the party involved
(SEE Accusations, Page 2)

Plane Drops
r ama Bombs

By WALKER LUNDY
Sports Editor
A light plane dropped some 6,000
leaflets here on campus yesterday
morning during a class break,
signaling the kickoff of a student studentinstigated
instigated studentinstigated campaign to bolster
school spirit for the Gator football
team against Alabama Saturday.
The leaflets read, Beat Bama.
It CAN be done, It SHALL Be
Done. Signed, Fans Who Care.
They were the beginning of a
statewide effort including several
hundred telegrams to be sent to
the team Saturday morning before
the game.
A spokesman for the group called
yesterdays 9:40 a.m. attack
on the campus a semi-success/
blaming a stiff northeasterly wind
for the off-target drop of many
of the leaflets.
During the planes first pass,
the Florida Field public address
system, which had been
commandeered by members of the
group, boomed out with a bugle

susga:

200 Delegates Open
Two-Day Workshop

About 200 delegates heard Dr.
Reid H. Montgomery deliver the
keynote address of the Southern
University Student Government
Associations fourth annual Publi Publications
cations Publications workshop at the University
Inn yesterday.
Montgomery, director of student
activities at Florida State
University, spoke on the
obligations' of student newspapers
to its readers.
College students are more
mature, brighter, and more
socially oriented than in the past,
Montgomery said.
In this respect, Montgomery
added, each newspaper must con consider
sider consider to what extent it will raise
controversy and to what extent
it will break from regular
journalistic English into popular
slang.
Delegates from 38 southern
colleges and universities are
attending the two day conference.
Purpose of the workshop is to
give students working on yearbooks
and newspapers an opportunity to

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charge call followed by Go
Gators, Beat Bama cheers.
The spokesman for the
anonymous group telephoned The
Alligator moments after yesterday
mornings demonstration and
related much of the behind-the behind-thescenes
scenes behind-thescenes work the group has been
doing since its formation late
Monday.
We just want to show the
football team were still behind
them all the way, he said. We
thought this would be a big way
to do it.
He said the Century Tower
originally had been picked to send
out the bugle charge and the cheers
but that had to be canceled when
administration officials turned
thumbs down on the plan late
Wednesday. The stadium was a
last minute substitute.
We really needed the Century
Tower so everybody could hear
it, the spokesman admitted. But
the administration said no and it
(SEE Gator Plane, Page 8)

exchange ideas.
Dr. Lee Allen, Howard College,
says each school leaves the con conference
ference conference feeling as if it isnt the
only one with problems.
Dump Solution
Bogs Down
Physical Plant Division head
Calvin C. Greene said yesterday
it will be at least Monday before
the UF can start to iron out its
open dump problem.
Greene tried to contact Vincent
Patton, health department division
of industrial wastes head, in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville yesterday to present apian
calling for a dump to be moved
from UF land to Alachua County
property.
Patton, however, was ill and
wont be available until at least
Monday, Greene said.



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The Florida Alligator Friday Oct. 11,1963

New Frosh Prexy

Bill Wood
. Aims High

Bill Wood newly elected
freshmen president, forsees big
things for this years freshman
class.
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I hope, wood said, to provide
freshmen a better voice in student
Government (SG) than in the past
and also to initiate various
programs for the betterment of
the freshman.
Wood, a math major from
Deland, defeated Charlie Woodham
of Winter Haven in the presidential
contest 2 1/2 to 1.
Among his major goals, Wood
said, are improvements in fresh freshman
man freshman automobile privileges and a
handbook for students entering the
UF for the first time.
Neanderthal
Skull Just
A Mistake
A Neanderthal skull found
recently in North Florida has
turned out to be a case of mistaken
identity.
The Neanderthal race did not
even exist on the North American
continent, Carl J. Clausen,
graduate student in anthropology,
said.
The discoverer, not knowing
what type of skull it was, probably
assumed it was some kind of
prehistoric being. The term
Neanderthal somehow creeped into
this, he said.
Interestingly enough, Clausen
said, this skull later turned out
to be from an early North American
Indian.
As near as anyone can tell,
the skull probably came from a
female in her late teens or early
twenties. Clausen said.

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This Dempster Dumpster truck and others like it are the main problem that has stirred
up controversy between health officials and the UF administration.

New York! New York!

Union Sponsors Trip

A trip to New York City for
UF students and faculty members
will be sponsored by the Florida
Union (FU) and the Humanities
Department in December.
Dr. Delbert E. Sterrett, FU
program director, said the trip
cost will be SBB. This includes
a round-trip ticket to New York,
handling of baggage, seven days
and nights in the Great Northern
Hotel, tickets to a concert, and
Broadway musical and a visit to
the Metropolitan Museum of
Modern Art.
Not included is the cost of food,
tips and extra entertainment.
The group will leave Gainesville

Dec. 26 and arrive in New York
the next day. They are scheduled
to return Jan. 2.
The last New York trip
sponsored by the FU was two years

Accusations Continue

(Cont'd from Page 1)
(Webb) would contact him he would
be happy to look into it.
Hendrick said he had received
Webbs letter and had referred it
to the football seating committee,
which was the procedure for
handling such matters.
Weve had some minor com complaints
plaints complaints about the noise while the
Mississippi- State band was
performing and about the KAs
waving their flag during the Alma
Mater, but nothing serious,
Hendrick said.
Interfraternity Council
President Charles Malloy, Delta
Tau Delta, said he had received
the same letter from Webb the
Alligator received.
The only other complaint we
had about the fraternities was in.
regard to the card-tossing incident

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ago. Last summer the Union
sponsored a group flight to Europe,
for students and faculty.
Trip reservations must be made
by December 5.

at the Richmond game, Malloy
reported. Actually there were
no fraternity men involved.
Richard L. Herrick, president
of Phi Kappa Tau said, the
incidents involving a few of our
members were unfortunate and
we are sorry for those who were
inconvenienced, Herrick said.
However a complete indictment
of the fraternity system as written
in an unsigned Alligator editorial
is ridiculous.
Its a shame that the isolated
instances of poor behavior by
fraternity men receives so much
attention while the services that
fraternities perform to the school
and the community are virtually
unoticed, he said.
John Wolf, Kappa Sigma vice
president, said the whole business
was silly, irrelavent and blown
out of proportions.



JOURNEY
...is presented in "Two Women", starring Sophia Loren
and Elenora Brown. None of the horrors of war are left
out of this de Sica film.

Mrs. UF Finalists
To Vie Next Week

Poise, personality, homemaking
skill and appearance will have
equal weight in deciding the new
Mrs. UF next Friday, Oct. 18.
Mrs. UF hopefuls got acquainted
at an orientation dessert in the
Holiday Inn Banquet Room
recently. They met fellow entrants
as well as contest officials and
judges.
Phase one of the judging came
last Sunday when the 19 contestants
were interviewed by eight judges.
Poise and personality were the
traits looked for in each wife.
Second part of the judging took
place Monday night at the
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testants were given three half-hour
tests on homemaking skills,
including preparation of a cold
plate, hemming a chiffon piece
and taking a written homemaking
examination.
* Final judging will be in the
University Auditorium. The public
may attend.
Wives will be judged first in
sportswear and later in cocktail
dresses.
Five finalists will then return
individually to answer two
questions.
Through responses and stage
appearance the finalists will be
re evaluated on poise and
personality.
Each contestant is being judged
on a five-point scale throughout
the three phases.
Winner of the homemaking skills
will also be announced.
Contestants must be at least
18 years of age and married to
UF students. They must have been
married one year prior to the
contest and not be a previous
winner.
Kennington To
Emcee Dance
Tom Kennington will emcee the
Florida Union-sponsored nce
tonight at Z, in the Club
Rendezvous.
The dance will have a Japanese
theme.

Cannes Award Winner:

Union To Present
Italian War Film

By DON FEDERMAN
Movie Reviewer
The Florida Union Films
Committee'will present Vittorio
De Sicas brutally realistic war
film, Two Women," Friday and
Saturday evenings.
Sophia Loren is featured as
Christina, a woman who accepts
the horrors and depravities of
war with stoic passivity. Though
she cares little for herself, she
Choral Union,
Choir Combine
For 'Messiah
Handels Messiah will be
presented by the combined voices
of the UFs Choral Union and the
University Choir Dec. 8 at 4 p.m.
in the Florida Gymnasium.
The Messiah, written by
Handel in only 24 days, has long
been a magic word in the world
of music, Dr. Elwood Keister,
director of the presentation, said.
The chorus and the UF
Symphony orchestra present the
Messiah every other Christmas.
With each performance its
popularity is proven by the large
audience. This year we expect a
record attendance of 5,000, Dr.
Keister said.
Soloists this year will be faculty
members. A soprano, Sarah
Traverse, will join the UF staff
in January. Anna Lupkiewicz,
alto, and David Wilmot, tenqr,
are present staff members-. Guy
Webb, bass, is voice instructor
in the UF Music Department.
About 80 students compose the
choral union. We are working with
a truly superior chorus, l)r.
Keister added.

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is most tender with her not quite
thirteen year old daughter
Rossetta. In fact, her daughter
is her life.
When Rome is bombed, she fears
for her daughters life. The two
of them leave for friends in the
south of Italy. But in avoiding the
bombings of Rome, they come face
to face with the grim spectre of
war and all that it does to men.
They meet but one person whj
stands out amidst this. He is a
dis-heartened intellectual,
Michele, who finds new strength
in Christina and Rosetta. Christina
finds herself becoming attached to
him. But they are parted, and
Christina and Rossetta begin the
return to Rome. It is on this return

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that their journey becomes a night nightmare,
mare, nightmare, Rossetta having an
awakening to what war really
means. But the two find new
strength in their common grief
over the death of Michele.
De Sicas camera spares nothing
in its attempt to show the
immediacy of war as seen through
two peoples* eyes. A beautiful
contrast is achieved when the same
event is seen by Christina with a
shrug of the shoulder, while
innocent Rossetta is shocked by
a horror she has never known
before. The cowardly and
animalistic actions that men stoop
to when affected by war are so
vividly presented that one senses
a rather sad commentary on hu humanity.
manity. humanity.

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The Florida Alligator Friday/Oct.ll/1963

Page 4

editorials

Friendship At Last?
Friendship.
This word characterizes a new phase in U. S. Soviet relations.
Peaceful coexistence is in, and Averill Harriman plays badminton
with a sweaty but jovial Nikita. A test ban treaty is signed, and,
soon afterwards, a wheat contract.
The question: what will the morrow bring? Ever increasing
goodwill? Mutual admiration and assistance? Or a refreeze in the
thawing Cold War"
John Birchites and other right-wingers are worried. They are
beginning to suspect that John F. Kennedy is selling out the United
States. He is not. it may well be that he will be remembered as the
President who grabbed America on the brink of war and carrier her
back to safety, while the Bay of Pigs fiasco is forgotten.
Discounting the Birchites, then, is there any danger connected with
the sudden thaw in American-Russian relations?
Only if we relax too much too soon. It is not impossible that Russia
at last realizes that war is unthinkable these nuclear days. They may
really desire friendship with us.
But they have not left Berlin. Perhaps they will, one day, but they
have not yet. They have not offered to throw their bombs into the
ocean. Perhaps it is merely a matter of residual suspicion and fear.
We hope so. But the Russians, ever since World War 11, have pulled
so many tricks, broken so many treaties, changed faces so many
times, that it is not unnatural to view any proferred hand from them
with suspicion.
And yet, we would not have suspicion cripple negotiations for peace.
We would not like to see the proposed U. S. Soviet joint moon shot
rejected because of ungrounded fears. A cessation of Cold War tension
is so desirable that we should explore every possible path to its
achievement.
But we should do so with eyes very wide open. To act otherwise
would be a risk too great to contemplate.
A Good Philosophy
Gov. Bryant didnt really say anything new the other day at the
Gainesville Womans Club luncheon. Hes been stating all along that
the bond issue must pass, that an improved state road system will
tie Florida into an economic unit, that land purchased now for
conservation purposes will be cheaper than the same land purchased
ten years hence, when it is really needed.
No, he didnt say anything new, and perhaps a lot of it was politically
motivated. We dont know. But we do like the philosophy the governor
seems to favor -- -Plan Ahead. California probably has the best
highway and educational systems in the United States today, and the
reason is simple they pjanned ahead.
Florida should too. Or resign itself to being second-rate.

Churches Against Segregation

By RICHARD B. HIERS
Professor of Religion
By far the majority of
American churches
Protestant, Catholic, and
Jewish are officially opposed
to racial segregation. This
little known fact has been
ignored by many critics of the
churches, who suppose that
religion has to do only with
the saving of individual souls
in the hereafter.
It has also been ignored by
many churchmen, who seem to
think that love thy neighbor as
thyself does not apply to the
neighbor who is a Negro.
Every major Christian
denomination has not only urged
compliance with the
Supreme Cour declsion> but
be sr.: this has gone on to
commend the decision as in
harmony with the Christian
principles equal justice and love
for all men, to quote the words
of the declaration of the
Southern Baptist Convention.
The court's decision has been
hailed in sirr.il.r terms by the
General Assemblies of the
Presbyterian Church in the
United States (the Southern
Presbyterian Church), the
United Presbyterian Church,
the Cumberland Presbyterian
Church, the General Conference
of the Methodist Church. th
General Convention of the
Protestant Episcopal Church,
the American Baptist
Convention, the Church of the
Brethern, the United church
of Christ; the Lutheran Church
in America, the Lutheran
Church, Missouri Synod, and the
Roman catholic Church.
The American Jewish Con Congress

gress Congress in a recent statement
reiterated earlier pro pronouncements
nouncements pronouncements by Jewish leaders
and organizations,, rejected
gradualism, and called upon
President Kennedy to move
boldly in closing the civil
rights gap between what the
Constitution promises and the
way millions of Americans
live.
Several churches were out outspoken
spoken outspoken against racial
segregation even before the 1954
Court ruling. For instance, the
General Conference of the
Methodist church sa\d in
We must ourselves
with patience and nerseverence
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to the infinitely complicateu
task of removing racial dis discrimination,
crimination, discrimination, root and branch,
from our common life, both in
the church and in the nation in
which we live; and declared
in 1952 that to discriminate
against a person solely upon
the basis of his race is both
unfair and unchristian. In June
1963, the Florida Conference of
the Methodist Church
commended the cities in
Florida that have set up bi biracial
racial biracial committees, and called
on Methodist ministers and
laymen to give leadership in
those communities that have not
yet done this. It also voted
iu commend the progress that
has been made in Florida in
desegregation of public
facilities as schools,
eating places, theaters, hotels
and the like, and urged Florida
Methodists to contribute to
peaceful and orderly desegre desegregation
gation desegregation of such facilities. Last
month, in re-affirming
(unanimously) the resolution of

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By ERNIE LITZ
Os The Gator Staff
Maybe Im all wet, but it seems
that intramural water basketball
has outlived its usefulness. The
game serves the purpose of being
an outlet for students activity,
yet everytime I see a game, it
looks like a free-for-all in a
professional football game.
During the season just finished,
I witnessed several practice
sessions of some of the
fraternities. At their daily after afternoon
noon afternoon practice, one could see
veteran players showing the
rookies how to take judo chops
at opposing players, so as to
facilitate taking the ball away.
The officiating doesnt help
either, of course. Its a wonder
there arent mdre incidents, when
the officials refuse to enforce
the rules keeping spare players
away from the sidelines.
I also witnessed the sight of
officials allowing friends to

its 1954 General Assembly
against segregation, the
Suwannee Presbytery of the
Presbyterian Church, U. S.,
went on to declare its con conviction
viction conviction that enforced racial
segregation is out of harmony
with the Christian Gospel, its
theology and its ethics, and
that racial segregation is not
a societal way of life but
rather is a part and
manifestation of individual
personal sin.
Last moutii also, referring
to the struggle for racial justice
as our greatest domestic
moral crisis, the Presiding
Bishop of the Episcopal Church
stated; The right to vote, to
eat a rribur 6 er where y u
want, to have a decern JC?; to
live in a house fit for
habitation: these are not rights
to be litigated or negotiated.
It is our shame that demon demonstrations
strations demonstrations must be carried out
to win them. These
constitutional rights belong to
the Negro as to the white,
because we are all men and
we are all citizens. The white
man needs to recognize this if
he is to preserve his own
humanity.
Most of the churches of
Gainesville have declared their
readiness to receive those of
all races into membership, and
Negro students attend some of
the studgpj;, religious centers.
During the summer, the Gaines Gainesvii
vii Gainesvii le Ministerial Association
began receiving Negro
ministers into full membership,
and both it and the University
Pastors Association have
recently urged an end to all
racial segregation.

Water Basketball Usefulness Gone

commit obvious fouls to aid their
friends' teams.
The officials seem to persist
in waiting until someone has
pounded a member of the opposition
into the wall or has half-drowned
him before blowing the whistle.
Are we going to wait for a
serious accident or death to look
into the problem?
Student Director Zollie Maynard
said, Were lucky we had the
sport this year. A lot of people
were opposed to its continuation.
The real problem is the degree
of competitiveness between the
fraternities. Os course, we cant
subdue the interest and zeal of
the players and spectators. Its a
body contact sport and when you
get hit, well you react.
Shelly Finman, Student Director
of Intramural Recreation, also had
comments as to the games safety
conditions. Water basketball has
consistently been one of our safest
sports and had the lowest number

oi injuries.
"We have never had a serious
accident. I admit the game could
result in serious injury but some somehow
how somehow we dont have any. The game
was originally played in the shallow
end of the pool and players actually
got tossed out on the cement siding.
Now all that can happen in the
deep end is you drown, he said.
Isnt that nice? All we have
to worry about now is someone
drowning. Since accidents havent
happened, why should we worry
about them happening in the future?
I don't want to be misunderstood.
I think the department is worried
about accidents happening. Lets
not have preventions, the argument
goes, lets have cures.
Buddy Floyd, an ex-swimmer
and currently a graduate student
and part time life-guard at
Florida Pool, was asked his
opinion. Buddy has been in
attendance as a life-guard at many
w a^. r basketball contests and has
served as an
Better sportsmansni£ should
be displayed on the part of botii
the players and spectators. It's
a case of do unto others as they
do unto you.
"If a guy gets hit in the back
of the head and official doesnt

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see it, the player feels he can
do it too.
Another official, who prefers to
remain nameless for obvious
reasons, told me, How can you
expect the officials to do a good
job? Either theyre incompetent
to begin with or the harassments
of the fraternities make the job
a complete nightmare.
The fraternities dont give a
hoot. Once they get in the water
its not the Lambda Poos versus
the Diddly Finks, its kill the
opposition, win at any cost.
Finally we had a long chat with
Faculty Director Spurgeon Cherry
Faculty Director Spurgeon Cherry.
First, he said, Were going
to hold a clinic and training school
for referees so we have some
experienced help here. Second,
were going to try to modify the
rules so as to have stricter
enforcement of such rules as
keeping players away from

pooisiae. Tnira we're going ro sei
up a special section for players
who are penalized, such as the
penalty box in ice hockey.
"We want to keep the game.
Its one of our most popular sports
and the fraternities have over overwhelmingly
whelmingly overwhelmingly voted to keep it. I
can only support their wishes,
Cherry said.
My point, in conclusion, is this;
if one of these judo-chopping
players gives an opponent
a concussion, in the aftermath,
under water with all the confusion,
a lifeguard would have trouble
seeing him go down. After all,
they are only human, unlike some
of the water basketball players.
Im afraid a serious injury, even
a disaster may happen.
Cherry pointed out that the
Orangb League dominated action
everytime inter league play has
been tried. "People tend to over overlook
look overlook that the reason the Blue
League is so small is because
thats the way the fraternities and
Intra-fraternity Council originally
set it up; the big fraternities in
the Orange and the Small
fratermh es in the Blue.
My only prayed* T s that it doesnt
take a disaster or "'seemingly
improbably serious accident to
prove me right.



karl gluck explains what really makes karl run, and incidentally delivers some views of society
and the american way of life all the while eschewing capital letters and hooray for expatriatism

(EDITORS NOTE: the following
letter was received from Karl
Gluck, former UF student living
in Amsterdam, Holland, that
journalism professor Buddy Davis
featurized in the Alligator Oct. 1.
The letter, badly typed on a single
sheet of blue onionskin paper,
contains few capital letters,
somewhat in the manner of the
late poet e e cummings.)
********
4 oct 63 dear buddy davis (and
anyone else who cares to listen in),
havent done any writing since last
spring when my fourth try at a
novel aborted (i read it), but i
guess i will rise to the bait of
your proferred what makes karl
run? will not launch into an essay
but simply comment around and
upon your article, all i can say
is that from a literary standpoint
your title while clever is basically
inept, sammy glick in schulbergs
novel does run, run, and run.
but your point is that karl gluck
doesnt run. just lives in his free,
comewhatmay fashion and hardly
has a thought for the morrow,
well hardly, or could it be that
ybur title refers to my skipping
out on my native land?
skipping about, i think the
university should have been
mortified in the first instance to
fi.id a large billboard placed in
f/ont of the auditorium complete
with administration approval,
a large majority of disorganized
citizens do not care to see
billboards ANYWHERE let alone
on a college campus, so my
decorating that sign (three
separate times in a week) much
to the chagrin of the local
advertising interests should be
considered a public spirited act.
and i never lived in a closet,
though some of the rooms offered
up for off-campus housing could
hardly qualify for roomy closets
-for only 45 dollars a month,
all said with a sweet southern
smile, but life in the vw bus was
fine, i could change my view every
few days, yulee, broward,
etc and in the morning the girls
would troop past the bus and some
of them would roundly pound the
sides to wake me up. bless their
motherly instincts, where are
those pounders today and who
are they pounding?
what do you mean you were
exasperated with me as a student?
you gave me an a or was it a
b? and i did practice the
journalists craft once after grad graduating.
uating. graduating. i worked for a month with
the PERUVIAN TIMES in Lima,
but on my ultimate assignment
m cajamarca way up in the Andes
! conn ed the Army post out of a
l hlte horse and disannexed for a
wr.'iciii got me canned, cest
la vie.
and you didnt mention the huge
Russian flag we once hung atop
the law building after friend betsy
rossovitch labored all night with
the stitching, we hoisted it just a
day after Charley Johns went about
braying about Reds in the schools
bee haw etc, a splendid piece of
quiet repartee but some gung-ho
ex -GI ass clambered up on the
r 00f a hd ruined a suit in negotiating
the grease we had spread
in order to discourage such heroes,
anyway the flag was pulled down
just before 8 a.m. ruining the joke.
*bat a boor, he should have gotten
the Alachua County DSC.
a lot of other items which j
*ont talk about because who Knows
is P ssible ior some
that hy t 0 PUU diploma and
clutcHr* 7ny parentS Who StiU
11 r -o their breast thinkii^

it is worth something, it isnt,
but it cost me a lot of time and
money, spilled milk and no kitten
to lick it up.
but on to Holland, my offbeat
living quarters high up over the
canal, by all means offbeat and
eclectic, but let us not forget
that i put in four solid months of
hard work building the interior
walls, ceiling, rebuilding some
floors, this space sat here for
328 years before i arrived to create
a living place from it. proud of
it, you betcha.
yes i took a course entitled
typography at us and was bored
to swiss cheese by accounts of
this and that machine and how many
copies they could print, how fast,
and at what cost, etc ad infinitum
ad nauseum. but while living in
Japan i came upon the art of
caligraphy which is concerned with
the beauty of the printed figure,
the printed word, and that
eventually led to an appreciation
for the beauty of certain letters,
type faces, for instance the study
of the evolutions in designs of
the letter t for more than 400
years, aesthetic appreciation as
opposed to how much will it
make, who gives a damn, but both
approaches can be termed
typography.
and i have a taperecorder, and
with this machine i have taped
120 hours of fine music (mostly
chamber works) directly from the
local radio stations. 120 hours in
8 months, if i had been in
gainesville during this period i
would have been lucky to have
captured 6 hours of the music i
love, some things are really
important to people and if they
cant find them in one place they
will go to where, they can find
them, i guess that sums up why
i left america to live in europe.
many of the things i really care
for abound here and a lot of
real annoyances (braying brainless
radio and tv commercials for
instance) were happily left behind,
you must understand that i am not
touching upon anything so_

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emotional as politics, just
remarking upon the abuses of the
american way of life, the man on
the street as fair prey for any
trick or dodge that will possibly
generate a dollar.
oddball turned expatriate, over
in eruope the american oddball
simply turns into foreigner and
most of the disabling stigma
evaporates with the change in
terminology. in europe the
foreigner is an accepted part of
any metropolitan scene, but getting
back to oddball and WHY oddball?
in contrast to many people by the
time i arrived at us i had a pretty
clear image of myself and it
seemed certain i did not fit
c n vwhere. pretty frightening truth
at first confrontation but 1
recognized it and lived with it and
never did attempt to shape up,
i guess the reason for this attitude
was a result of my adopting a
philosophy of life, a few years
before arriving at us i was hitching
across the u.s.a. from calif, to
detroit. (some scenes straight
from the later written dharma

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bums) and came to be stranded
in a bleak Colorado town with some
time to burn, went into a dilapidated
drugstore and could find only one
book among the pile of others that
wasnt a western or a myster. i
had never heard of the book or
author before but in the first few
pages the book came to life in
my hands. walden by henry david
thoreau. i read it and it made
sense to me. in a line the man
said live simply and be true to
yourself, and i have simply
followed many of his suggestions
ever since, and found them to be
correct.
one other thing, id do not aspire
to recognition as a photographer
or as anything, what other people
think of me one way or the other
doesnt concern me very much,
never has. i freely admit that it
is much better to be liked than
to be ignored and/or disliked, but
the most important thing still is to
be able to live with yourself, when
you can do that there will be just
that much more real basic peace
and happiness added to the world.

if the world will ever regain sanity
it will be done piecemeal, bit by
bit, individual by individual and
via some sweeping generalization,
politic, government, ideology, etc.
if one reads the handwriting on
the wall of the professional
alarmists one side glance at the
stampeding masses on the march
hup hup all over the world must
make one feel that the contempt
of the free individual is a doomed
one. im just a holdout and i guess
thats what makes karl run.
p. s. often in speaking with
americans i notice a look of horror
flicker. across their faces at the
idea that anyone could leave the
sweet bountiful life in the u.s.a.
to struggle anywhere else, how
could you they ask. the answer
of course is: its easy, and if
anyone would like to debate the
point i might just reply, public or
private debate, anything you like,
choose your weapons. .

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For Sale

TUX White Dinner Jacket,
midnight blue trousers, tie, and
cummerbund, size 40 long. Worn
3 times. Price $20.00 6-5907
a' 1 -'- 4 p.m. (A-25-3t-c).
FOR SALE 62 HONDA 150 in
mint condition, must sell.
Reasonable price, phone 372-9138
John Stiles. (A-24-st-c).
TRANSFERRED MUST SELL
3-bedroom -1 bath, price $11,700.
S6OO equity, assume SBO per month
mortgage includes taxes and
insurance. FR 6-8126.(A-22-4t-c).
NIKON F CAMERA with coupled
light meter. Contact Bob, Room
1021. Telephone 6-9102 after 11
p.m. (A-22-st-c).
QUINN knows the words out
1959 Motorcycle for sale $175
- Economical Great condition.
70 MPH 50 MPG, 250 ccc.
Call Alan at 2- 7146. P.S.
Congratulations Carol.(A-21-st-p).
BED New double size mattress
and box spring with legs $35. Roll
away bed $lO. Demott, 2720 Archer
Road. Phone 6-2428. (A-21-st-p).
S7OO MINK STOLE will sell for
s2po. Recently purchased in
England. Need cash. Steel
adjustable six shelf bookcase
7 ft. by 3 ft. cost SSO, will sell
for $25. FR 6-9790 or FR
6-7721. (A-23-st-c).
USED SMALL Electric Monroe
Calculator Model LA -160 X.
Semi-Automatic multiplication and
division. Price $89.50. Call 376-
4186. (A-23-3t-c).
ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNIC A
1960 Edition (latest) complete set
of 24 red royal volumes. Almost
brand new, nicely packed. Call
372 7349 after 5:30 p.m.
(A-23-3t-c).

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NEW FURNISHED Apartment; Also
room in private home. Washing and
Kitchen privileges. Near Campus.
For your home away from home
call FR 6 0410. (B-23-st-c).
FOR RENT -- Room for Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming week end. private
entrance and bathroom facilities.
Call 6-6375. (B-25-lt-c).
FOR RENT Room suitable for
2 boys or 3 girls. Phone 2-8262.
Or 6-8115. (B-25-ts-c).

Wanted

WANTED 2 good tickets on west
side for Florida Homecoming
game. Will pay top price. Contact
C. H. Marlowe. FR 2-1369 after
7 p.m. (C-23-st-c).
POST SLIDE RULE LOST Name
on case flap: Fawsett 81452.
Please contact Jeff Fawsett, 376-
6596. Reward. (L-25-st-c).
ROBINHOOD ENGLISH BIKE,
black gears, front basket, license
5351, near CLO. REWARD Bill
Gernazian Phone FR 6 9136.
(L-24-2t-c).
LOST Ladies black pocketbook,
lost at Richmond game. Finder
please call Wyane Brown at 2-
9370. REWARD. (L-23-3t-p).

Autos

1957 CLEAN VOLKSWAGON.
Practically new engine, good tires,
seat belts, new battery. Excellent
for economical driving. 20 S. E.
9th Street or call 376-4828 after
5:30 p.m. (G-25-3t-c).

GATOR CLASSIFIED

1955 DODGE, 2-Dr. HT. Electric
windows, electric seat, power
steering, like new. Call or come
by after 3 p.m. weekdays. 421
N. W. 12 Dr. FR 6 0083.
(G-23-3t-c).

Services
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FAYES DRESSMAKING SHOP
Expert tailoring and alterations
on ladies and mens clothing. 409
W. Univ. Ave. or call FR 2-3489
after 6 p.m. (M-24-3t-c).
NESTORS TV, RADIO, HI FI
SERVICE. Tubes checked free.
Free Estimates. Next to Florida
Bookstore parking lot. 1627 NW
Ist Avenue. Phone FR 2 7326.
(M-11-mwf-p).
FOR A CHANGE OF PACE, Come
Horseback Riding at Lake wauberg
Riding Stables,Tumbleweed Ranch.
Hay Rides and Night Trail Rides.
Student operated. 1/2 Mi. North
of Lake Wauberg. Reservations
and free transportation. Call
466-9295. (M-8-68t-c).
BAND for hire. The Continentals
5 piece Combo. Will play anywhere,
anytime. Special rates to
Fraternities. Call Harold
Cunningham. FR 6-7052 after
3 p.m. (M-23-st-c).
United Rent-All
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Trucks, Trailers, Tow
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1959 GERMAN FORD (Taunus) 17
deluxe, auto clutch, radio,
heater, 2 door sedan. This is
a customline scaled down to 4
cylinders, unwanted second car.
$550 firm. Call 372 3912.
(G-23-3t-c).

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
1204 NW 10th Ave.
11 to 12 Sunday Services 11 to 12 Sunday School
This week's speaker:
L.V. Davis, on the Gainesville Negro Voter
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1962 KARMAN GH£A Convertible.
Pacific blue, radio, heater, WSW
seat-belts, clock double-layer top,
everything. A remarkable car. Will
consider reasonable offer. FR 2-
5102 after 6 p.m. (G-23-ts-c).
MERCURY 1952 Good Condition,
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Assistant Sports Editor
Whos afraid of the big bad
Bear?
Florida s Gator football team
sets out today to prove that Bear
Bryants Alabama Saturday that
they can turn the Tide.
The Gators 1-1-1 on the season
face undefeated, third ranked
Alabama in the Crimson Tides
home opener. Alabama rolled over
its first three opponents on the
road defeating Georgia, Tulane
and Vanderbilt.
UF head coach Ray Graves said
yesterday that he expects a
defensive battle in Tuscaloosa.
Florida is ninth ranked nationally
in total defense and Alabama is
ranked tenth. The Tides are second

nationally in rushing defense and
Florida is ninth.
The last team to score more
Game On Radio
The Florida -Alabama game
from Tuscaloosa, Ala. can be heard
over radio station WRUF Satur Saturday
day Saturday at 3 p.m.
than seven points against Alabama
was Georgia Tech and that was
back in 1960 when Bama squeezed
by the Engineers 16-15.
Since Bryant took over at
Alabama his teams have compiled
a 44-8-5 record. The last loss was
to Tech 7-6, in 1962.
Alabama boasts such All-
America candidates. as quarter-
Shooting Club
There will be a meeting to form
a shooting club at 7:30p.m. tonight
at Boulware Springs on the Kincaid
Road. The club is for anyone
interested in archery, pistol
shooting and rifles.

Friday,Oct. 11,1963 The Florida Alligator

back Joe Namath, last years
Southeastern Conference offense
leader; halfback Benny Nelson and
fullback Eddie Yesprille.
The Gators have been through
three unimpressive games losing
to Tech 9-0. tying Mississippi
State 9-9 and beating Richmond
35-28;
Most of their trouble has been
in the fourth quarter. Florida lost
a nine points lead to Mississippi
State in the fourth and Richmond
roared from a 35-10 deficit to
nearly upset the Gators.
In previous meetings the Tides
have won eight and Florida, four.
The Gators won the last meeting
in 1951, 30-21.
Address for telegrams:
Florida Football Team
Denny Stadium
Tuscaloosa Alabama

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Florida has been listed as a
two touchdown underdog but the
Gators remember that every dog
has his day.
Band Should
Meet
All available band
members are asked
to meet in the band
room of the music
building today at
12:45 to get ready
for the Gator team
send-off slated at
1 pm.
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The Florida Alligator Friday,Oct. 11,1963

Gator Plane'BombsUF

(Cont'd from Paae 1)
was too late to get a key through
other channels.
Two planes started yesterday's
bombing raid but one broke down
at the airfield before it could get
off the ground.
The spokesman said Civil
Aeronautics Board (CAB) regula regulations
tions regulations kept them from flying lower
than 1,000 feet which made
pin-point accuracy with the leaflets
difficult.
We dropped some at 1,100 feet
during one pass then we went up
to 1,300 feet and the leaflets had
risen to that level/ he said.
Quite a few of the leaflets were
caught by the updraft of wind,
according to the spokesman, who

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Slogan Contest
LSU Game Only
Runner-up receives free Cubana and coke for a week.
RULES
; 1. Limit of one (1) slogan per entry
2. Entries should be mailed to ALAN'S CUBANA
318 W. University Avenue
3. Slogan should not be over four (4) words
J; EXAMPLES: 1. Make Miss Mud
2. Hamma 'Bama
3. Gators Turn the Tide
4. Vandy's Dandy Gators' Greater
4. Entries will be judged on ORIGINALITY J;
5. All Florida students, faculty and personnel
i are eligible.
6 DEADLINE is Sunday,Oct. 20
BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR NAME, ADDRESS
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said he would not be surprised,
if Archer got as many as we
did.
Posters were put up by members
of the group in the wee hours
Thursday morning as a prelude to
the airplane stunt. One poster was
seen hanging from a goal post in
Florida Field.
Another segment of the over-all
program of the group concerns the
telegrams.
The spokesman said they had
contacted all the fraternities and
sororities through the
Interfraternity and Panhellenic
Councils, numerous Gainesville
merchants and other student
groups to send wires to the team.
Weve really had a great

response, the spokesman said.
It seems like everyone wants
to send them a wire.
The Alumni Association
yesterday mailed more than 200
post cards to Florida alumni
across the state and publicity on
the telegram parade has been in
many of the large state news newspapers
papers newspapers as well as local papers
and radio stations.
We are hoping for around 500
to get there Saturday, the
spokesman said.
Anyone who considers himself
a Gator fan should send them a
wire. We can beat Alabama if we
just show the team were with
them all the way, he said.

| GATOR SPORTS |
" FROM THE SIDELINES
Team Send-Off
Planned At 1 p. m.
By WALKER LUNDY
Sports Editor
A visitor to our office this week accused us of putting too much
of that sentimental school spirit junk in The Alligator sports pages.
Well, Dear Hearts, one again our critics are correct. And to prove
it, heres some more.
Today at 1 p.m. the Florida Gator gridders leave via bus from
front of the Murphree Area for Gainesville Airport and
Tuscaloosa, Ala. where they will walk the last mile football-speaking
against tough Alabama.
A big team send-off is planned and it is an opportunity to show the
team you are behind them and want them to lick Bama. i
The band will be there and all Gator fans are invited.
Another point: The campaign to have telegrams sent to the team J "
before the game tomorrow is growing steadily. Gainesvilles city X
commission and the Chamber of Commerce have promised wires*!'
and so has the Alachua County commission.
Alumni from all over the state and just plain Gator fans have 1
indicated they are sending telegrams. The Interfraternity and Pan- V
helleic Councils have promised the help of the fraternities and
sororities.
But now its up to the individual students. We really believe the
Gators can knock off Bama and think they deserve our support.
The telegrams from here cost $1.60. With a group of students,
dorm buddies or fraternity brothers, it wouldnt cost much more
than a quarter.
Well say no more. Its up to Gator fans who care now.
Its A Gasser
After the Mad Punters rhyme in our column Wednesday, weve
gotten several choice poems, the best of which is below.
FLORIDA'S FAITHFUL FEW
|§§|| Many UF students think ||l|f
Our Fightin Gators really stink.
Fire Graves!, I often hear them yell.
Once ole Florida tames the Tide f||i|
§|||| And fans all choose up sides, lllli
These Sunshine Patriots all will chime,
l|||l We were for them all the time. |j|||f
|i§ lam a Gator fan, 11111
As is the Gas House Gang,
Who wants the Fightin Gator team |||§|
|p|p To turn the Tide into tartar cream.
A faithful note from The Fans Who Care I|S
Blurts out with message rare rareBEAT
BEAT rareBEAT BAMA, tis not a pun, |||§
Jill IT CAN IT SHALL BE DONE!


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