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Full Text
Our Town
(An Editorial)
(See storythis page)
Im sorry it turned out this way.
The Board of Student Publications - honestly or otherwise
- made a definite mistake Tuesday night when they chose
Walker Lundy over Bob Wilson.
Wilson had served as managing editor. His technical
ability and maturity are unexceeded.
Lundy will make a competent editor, perhaps, but his
decision making ability and his technical ability are far
below that of Bob Wilson.
It was disappointing Tuesday night because once again
student politicians decided they had to step in and try to
obtain control of the students free voice on campus. Student
politicians evidently decided that elections were coming up
soon, i.e., this spring, and it would be better to play it safe.
Its disappointing, but some student politicians decide time
and again that the Alligator is a threat to their every whim.
Frankly, these politicians are right. The Alligator IS a
threat to the wrong whims. And there are more than a handful
of these.
After a year of editing the Alligator Ive seen a lot of things
on this campus - many good, many bad, although the good
far outweighs the bad. But the bad is a dangerous minority.
I hope to graduate in a month, so Ill be here a few more
weeks - because I feel I owe the new editor some help
and guidance and also because I owe much to some highly
genuine and qualified persons, especially in the journalism
school who have helped me so much.
But Im disappointed, very much so, and I had nothing
to gain from the selection of either man.
It is a disappointment because politics of one sort or
another again unnecessarily interfered with a newspapers
responsibility to the public. p L Jr

Defeated Candidate
Topic Os Discussion

The value of a defeated polit political
ical political candidate will be discussed
by Socialist Party National Com Committeeman
mitteeman Committeeman David Mceynolds Sun Sunin
in Sunin the Florida Union Auditorium.
The defeated candidate is
a peace candidate one who will
dicuss national and international
problems freely, according to Mc-
Reynolds.
Sponsored by the University
Liberal Forum, Mceynolds has
said that peace candidates are
men prepared to discuss openly
Renouncement
Could Affect
UF Students
Cambodias renouncement of all
U.S. aid could mean the end of
college life here for six UF stu students
dents students from that country.
The U.S. government sponsors
the Agency of International De Development,
velopment, Development, the organization that
has made it possible for us to at attend
tend attend college, said JulcofySamell,
4AG, a UF student from Cambodia.
This renouncement of U.S. aid
could extend to this area and mean
the end to our financial assis assistance.
tance. assistance.
Last Tuesday, Cambodia refused
all U.S. aid and demanded the re removal
moval removal of American civil and mili military
tary military advisors according to theUPI
news service.
The Southeast Asian nation, this
week, cut itself off from an esti estimated
mated estimated $10.4 million a,year in ec economic
onomic economic aid and SIB.B million in
) military aid.
The 20,000 member Peoples
Congress approved the action by
acclamation after Prince Norodom
Sihanouk, the chief of state, said
he has proof that certain Ameri American
can American services are aiding a rebel
movement against his government.
Sihanouk did not name these
groups, but informed sources re reported
ported reported he fears the U.S. Central
Intelligence Agency (CIA) is plan planning
ning planning to overthrow his regime, the
UPI account said.
The sources said the prince be believes
lieves believes the CIA was behind the South
Viet Nan coup and that unless he
removes the U.S. advisors from
Cambodia, the same thing could
happen to him.

the Cuban problem, the Chinese
problem, Berlin, and the economic
difficulty a capitalist nation would
face if it tried to disarm and the
terrible moral dilemma of a free
people prepared to murder the
world on behalf of freedom.
Candidates who discuss usually
unpleasant topics can never win
elections, Mceynolds said.
Campuswide'
Hootenanny Set
A campus wide hootenanny is
scheduled for 8:30 Saturday night
by the Hillel Foundation.
Any local singing groups will
be welcome to perform, Publicity
Chairman Danny Tosker said.
Hillel brunch will be served at
11:30 a.m. Sunday.

NEW CARTOON BOOK OUT TUESDAY

Lifes Not A Dirty Joke
Says Cartoonist Don Addis

By DAVE BERKOWITZ
Os The Gator Staff
Life is sort of humorous. Its
sort of a joke, but not a dirty one.
This is the philosophy of Don
Addis new book, aptly named
Cartoons By Don Addis, which
goes on sale Tuesday.
The book contains 120 cartoons,
80 per cent of which are new, and
is aimed at the college level, al although
though although there are no jokes aimed
at college life.
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The male-female situation...

The Florida

Vol. 56, No. 55 University of Florida, Gainesville Friday, Nov. 22, 1963

Alligator Managing
Editor Resians Post

Florida Alligator managing
editor Bob Wilson resigned his
post late yesterday because of
what he called a vote of no
confidence by the Board of
Student Publications.
Wilson was defeated by former
sports editor Walker Lundy Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night in a Board of Student
Publications election for editor
next trimester.
My further association with
this board would not be beneficial
to either myself, the student body
or the board in view of its
indicated lack of confidence.
Frankly, Wilson said, I wish
the board had told me why they
lacked confidence in my abilities.
Wilson, 29, is an Air Force
veteran, a senior in the School
of Journalism and Com Communications
munications Communications and is married and
has a four year -old son.
Although I dont understand
the boards decision, I accept it
and wish next trimesters editor
success.
I think I still have the interests
of the Alligator at heart.
I was very surprised to hear
Mr. Wilsons decision, Board
Chairman John Farrell said, and
express on behalf of myself and
the board considerable regret.
Im quite certain, and I indeed
discussed this precise point at
some length with him last night,
that he has completely
misinterpreted the boards action
in selecting Lundy as editor. Col Collectively
lectively Collectively we would not only express
our confidence in Mr. Wilsons
ability but, accepting his decision,
also extend to him our thanks and
recognition of his good efforts and

The publication determines the
type of cartoon you do, says Addis
who thinks some of the cartoons he
does for Playboy would be con considered
sidered considered pornographic in a family
magazine.
Working as manager of the stu student
dent student publications lab part of the
time, Addis spends much of his
remaining time doing cartoons for
fun and profit which he contributes
to 15 national magazines and the
New Orange Peel.
The cartoons are not quite the
type he sends to Playboy but some
of them do involve the male and
female situation.
Without the creative assistance
of Jerry Uelsmann, who wrote the
foreward, and Gary Burke, I never
would have undertaken this book,
said Addis. Uelsmann did the
cover photo and Burke has pro promoted
moted promoted the daylights out of it.
Addis book is divided into six
sections. They are: Mixed Nuts,
The Creative Outlet (about rest
room walls), Life Without Cap Captions,
tions, Captions, Variations on a Theme: Mus Musservice

Alligator

service Musservice to the Alligator and the
university.
Im sorry Bob had to leave,
Alligator editor David Lawrence
Jr. said.
Both of these people (Lundy and
Wilson) have worked on the paper.
Bob was the more qualified. There

...is emphazised by the director of the opera "Tosco",
Boris Goldovsky. No singer may watch the conductor
during the performance because it interferes with the
dramatic action
Puccinis TosccT
In Gym Tonight

Puccinis Tosca -a story of
love, horror, sadism, jealousy,
murder and suicide will aDPear
in the Florida Gym tonight at 8:15

tachi (cartoons about mustaches),
Physical Relationships (about
kissing) and Personal Favorites
Revisited (Addis' golden oldies).
The book, which sells for a dol dollar,
lar, dollar, is not hard to spot. Its cover
is black and blue and has Addis
picture on the cover.
Just look for the book with the
b ugly face on the front, says
Auuis.
} /If
...isexplored in Addis 1 book.

was no doubt about it In my mind.
But I wish Walker the best
in running the Alligator next tri trimester,
mester, trimester, he added.
Bobs no quitter. He had to
leave after that display by the
board Tuesday.

under the auspices of UF Lyceum
Council.
Tosca will be presented by the
Goldovsky Grand Opera Theater in
English so that the audience can
understand the action.
Goldovsky emphasizes theatri theatrical
cal theatrical techniques in his presentations
and believes that only when the
audience hears opera in its own
language does it become fully in involved
volved involved in the action, stage busi business
ness business and character portrayal.
Singers in his Opera-In-Engllsh
never Interrupt the performance
with side glances and gestures to
the conductor, Goldovsky said. For
this reason, he believes the pre presentations
sentations presentations are more effective.
A special fiberglass celling is
used by the touring group. The
celling serves as a sound reflector
and insures perfect balance be between
tween between vocalists and orchestra.
Tosca was written toward the
end of the 19th century and reflec reflected
ted reflected the atmosphere of political
strife, police brutality and chang changing
ing changing fortunes of war of that period.
The events Tosca portrays
are applicable to modern times,
Goldovsky said.
Transfer Requests
Due Wednesday
UF students expecting to trans transfer
fer transfer colleges at the end of the fall
trimester must have filed a trans transfer
fer transfer request with the Office of the
Registrar by Wednesday*
Deadline for transfer applica applications
tions applications to be submitted is 5 p.m.
next Wednesday, according to
Associate Registrar R. H. White Whitehead.
head. Whitehead.



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The Florida Alligator Friday/ Nov. 22, 1963

'Albert Schweitzer 1 and 'The Wheeler-Dealers

Theatres Offer Weekend Os Contrasts

By DON FEDERMAN
Movie Reviewer
The State and Florida theatres
offer quite a contrast this weekend,
the former with the better film, the
latter more pleasing, however, to
the college set.
The life of Albert Schweitzer,

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the famous humanitarian mis missionary,
sionary, missionary, musician and philosopher,
is beautifully rendered in a cine cinematic
matic cinematic poem of color and honest,
refined commentary.
The documentary traces
his background from his awaken awakening
ing awakening unto suffering as a boy to his
unique solution to individual

suffering through his medical
center for the living creature
(animals and people) at Lamberene
in Africa. Most impressive are
the numerous photographic images
which capture the, nature
background of his youth, the all allimportant
important allimportant events which altered his
life, and the inexplicable gestures
of men who know their, suffering
is born by another man.
The Florida Theatre is once
again cashing in on another Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood comedy. This one,
Wheeler-Dealers, is all about
a Boston bred Texas economic
big-wheel and lover of women
who helps a lovely feminine se security
curity security analyst save her job and
her womanness while gaining fun
through private enterprise and...
we 11... privacy.
James Garner once again shows
us the stuff it takes to sell Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood comedygood looks and bad

acting. Lee Remick, as the
analyst of securities and men, is
on her way to replacing Doris Day
as Americas most popular bed bedroom
room bedroom virgin.
Like so many movies before it,
and God knows how many more
to come, it has its moments of
genuine humor, like in its attacks
on contemporary art, Texas
businessmen, and the Federal Se Securities
curities Securities Commission. Neverthe Nevertheless,

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formula of emasculate hero in
order to win heroine who must
become quite masculine in order
to give into man. Sex, of course,
must be treated as an obscenity--
after all, when you get down to it,
it is pretty dirty.
And so, the Florida gives us
another ad nauseum excursion
into that Hollywood neurotic
fantasy the comedy of chastity.



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Theft Os White Excuse Slips
Prompts Infirmary Change

Theft of a handful of white
excuse slips from the UF Infir Infirmary
mary Infirmary has prompted officials to
switch to pink absence blanks.
The change, made recently is an
effort to nullify unlawful use of
the stolen slips, Dr. John T. Wright
of the Infirmary said this week.
Wright said the theft occured
Nov. 8 when a boy, presumed to
be a UF student, came into the
Infirmary and told the desk clerk
that Dr. Harold Braswell had asked
him to pick up the white slips.
The youth was instructed to ob obtain
tain obtain them at the supply room.
He succeeded in getting the excuse
blanks, but hustled by Braswell
on his way out of the building,
Wright said. r
Dean of Men Frank T. Adams
said he has no clues as to the
identity of the thief.
I havent paid any attention to
it since they issued the new slips,
Adams said.
He charged that the boy violated
the honor code in stealing the
excuse slips.
Concerning punishment for the
youth, if apprehended, Adams said,
I think this would be a matter
for the Honor Court to settle.
Both Wright and Adams said
they haven't heard of any white
slips being used since the theft.
The pink slips are identical to
the white ones in content, Wright
said.
He also commented that admin administration
istration administration policy in issuing absence
excuse blanks from the Infirmary
has changed.
There began to be so many
visits to the Infirmary that the
excuses came into poor repute and
professors wouldnt believe them.
Now we excuse the student only
from ROTC drill and physical ed education
ucation education classes except in extreme
cases, he said.
" Wright said about the same num number
ber number of students are visiting the In Infirmary
firmary Infirmary since the policy crack crackdown.
down. crackdown.
It is not a general policy to
give excuses for academic classes
unless really necessary, he ex exlained.
lained. exlained. Under the honor system,
if a student tells a professor hes
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or not.
Wright said that when a student
is confined to the Infirmary for
a period of days, he is given a
discharge slip upon dismissal. The
slip specifies the number of days
the student was in bed.

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UF Traffic Committee
Reviews 56 Violations

By SALLY MOORE
of The Gator Staff
Fifty-six cases of student traf traffic
fic traffic violations and appeals were re reviewed
viewed reviewed at the last meeting of the
Traffic and Parking committee.
The committee meets once a
month to review cases in which a
student has accumulated more than
6 points of traffic violations in one
calender year. The usual proce procedure
dure procedure in these cases is revocation
of driving privileges for one year.
Student appeals are also con considered
sidered considered by the committee. These
are primarily cases in which a stu stuwishes
wishes stuwishes a special parking permit
or special priviledges to drive.
Appeals are also made by stu students
dents students who want reconsideration of
previous committee action.
When a student has received 6

The doctor said since the theft
of the white slips, Infirmary per personnel
sonnel personnel have been told to sign the
pink excuse blanks individually.
- We encourage the doctors to
sign the excuses individually rath rather
er rather than pre-sign a whose pad with
a rubber stamp, he said.

Friday, Nov. 22, 1963 The Florida Alligator

points for violations he is cal lea
before the committee. He recieves
a revocation form on which his
violations are listed. On the form
he has space to explain the reason
for the offenses and may appeal
for special consideration.
If a student has a legitimate rea reason
son reason for his violation, the com committee
mittee committee may decide to suspend those

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points. In these cases points for
the violation are removed from
the record.
. So far this year the committee
has reviewed 107 cases. Many of
the cases involved students wno
were driving illegally, an auto automatic
matic automatic six point violation. Other of offenses
fenses offenses range from speeding tickets
to parking violations.

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The Florida Alligator Friday, Nov. 22, 1963

Page 4

editor! als
Council Making Strides
With its tradition of conservatism and caution, and its repute as
a monolithic structure, no one would have been much surprised if
the Roman Catholic Ecumenical Council called by Pope John XXIII
and continued by his successor, Pope Paul VI, had taken several years
to reach any important decisions.
As things have gone, however, a great many American citizens are
beginning to think that the UJS. Congress could take some lessons in
speed and incisiveness from the great conference in St. Peters Ba Basillica.
sillica. Basillica.
If one were to judge by the progress made during the 1962 and 1963
sessions of both bodies, Congress is the one behaving like an oldster of
19 centuries while the Council has the sprightliness one might expect of
the governing body of the nation which prides itself upon being the worlds
most modern.
In two days last week, the Ecumenical Council overwhelmingly ap approved
proved approved a dozen amendments altering forms of worship which have been
in effect for approximately 1500 years.
The most notable of these is expected eventually to result in the
substitution of the vernacular--the current language of the community communityfor
for communityfor Latin in the greater part of the service of the Mass.
To members of non-liturgical churches, this may not seem too impor important
tant important a change, In spite of the importance attached to Holy Communion
in all Christian denominations.
But the Mass is the very center of Roman Catholic worship--so much
so that one of the amendments adopted is intended to make the sermon,
or homily, recapture its proper importance in Catholic services.
In making the first order of business changes in the Mass, therefore,
the Council gave indication of how far it intends to go in basic reforms.
Authorization of the liturgical changes paves the way for structural
alternations of a major nature. f
As directed by Pope Paul, and led by his move to internationalize
the Roman Curia and distribute some of its powers to the bishops, the
net effect will be to decentralize the government and direction of the
church. Episcopal sees will be able to make a great many decisions here hereto
to hereto fore reserved strictly for Rome.
This does not contemplate, Paul made clear, weakening the ultimate
authority of tne Pope. But it does mean that in practice the bishops
throughout the world will have a great deal more independence of
authority and action.
This democratization, if it may so be described, may spread further.
Council delegates last week indicated that there is strong support for
raising the dignity and importance of the priesthood.
The present schema on church structure deals rather casually with
this subject. But as Archbishop Hurley of Durban, South Africa, pointed
out, the priest is the very voice of the bishop.
It depends upon the priest, the Archbishop said, whether the voice of
the bishop is communicated to the flock "like the trumpet of an archangel
--or the reading of a telephone book.
Admittedly there may be some titanic struggles between the con conservatives
servatives conservatives and liverals of the church in the days ahead. But the progress
of the Council thus far is indicative of a dynamic vigor which augurs
well for the vitality of Christianity through all its denominations.
LATIN AMERICAN ANALYSIS

How Can We Help Out?

By CLIFF LANDERS
(Last weeks Latin American
Analysis, opposing U.S. interven intervention
tion intervention in the Dominican Republic,
appeared under the byline of Cliff
Landers, who usually writes the
column. It was actually written by
Steve Rozman, 7AS Ed.)
At times, students have asked
this writer, after reading a column
dealing with some problem of Latin
America, Just what can one per person
son person do about it all? How can a single
individual help out?
Obviously the contribution of any
one person is limited, especially
if he holds no official position
representing the U.S. government,
but there IS something that the
college student can do on an in interpersonal
terpersonal interpersonal basis.
The University of Florida is for fortunate
tunate fortunate in having a large number of
foreign students, and this gives the
U F student an opportunity to con contribute
tribute contribute his small part toward bet bettering
tering bettering trite as the phrase may
seem international good will.
For the unhappy fact is that many
of our foreign students (and
many is a subjective term,
based on personal observation;
there are no statistics on such
questions) feel lonely, alienated
and rejected in our land of Ameri America.
ca. America.
There have been cases of foreign
students not here, for the Foreign
Student office is quite active who
have spent five or more years
studying in this country without
ever having set foot in an American
home or eaten an American meal
which was not purchased in a
restaurant.

Is it any wonder that some of our
best enemies abroad were at one
time students in the United States?
Most, fortunately, carry away a
favorable impression of this coun country,
try, country, but what is to be a Pakistani's
reaction when he is turned away
from a southern restaurant be because
cause because he is taken for a Negro?
Os course a foreign student,
whatever his skin shade, is usually
served if he is recognized as one.
It brings to mind the famous Her Herblock
block Herblock cartoon which shows ahead aheadwaiter
waiter aheadwaiter explaining to a perplexed
waitress standing before a group
of African UN delegates in full
tribal regalia, Oh, its all right
to serve them theyre not Amer Americans.
icans. Americans.
One of the greatest problems oi
the foreign student, and especially
of the Oriental in this part of the
country, is getting to know the

The Florida Alligator
Editor-in-Chief David Lawrence Jr.
Managing Editor. Bob Wilson
Sports Editor Dave Berkowitz
Editorial Page Editor John Askins
Layout Editor Ron Spencer
CLty Editor. ; Cynthia Tunstall
Cop: Editor Jim Hammock
*
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaper of
the University of Florida and is published five times weekly except
during the months of May, June, and July, when a weekly issue is
published. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is entered as second class
matter at the United States Post Office at Gainesville, Florida.

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American youth has finally met
with defeat, or so you might as assume
sume assume if you have been reading the
Alligator for the past several
weeks. And the beast that seems
to be defeating this segment of
our population is the trimester
system. It appears to be a fact
from what I have read and heard
that the trimester along with its
evil pals, the progress test and
the IBM Flunkenstein, is
smothering intellectualism, pro producing
ducing producing mass minds and neurotics
who survive off caffeine and other
tranquilizers, along with various
other evils.
Absurd, isnt it? Why of course
it is.
The real fault with the trimes trimester,
ter, trimester, that campus intellectuals re refuse
fuse refuse to admit, is the fact that this
horrible ideology has created an
obstacle for which American youth

American culture in all its aspects,
including social life. How many
foreign students can you think of
who have never had a date during
their stay at this institution? Can
they be expected to take back an
enthusiastic report on life among
the Americans?
All of which leads us back to the
original question: what can one
person do? One answer lies in
meeting and sharing with a foreign
student the insights gained in 20-
plus years of living in this culture.
And the knowledge gained will, in inevitably,
evitably, inevitably, be a two-way proposition.
The first step, for those inter interested,
ested, interested, can be taken immediately.
The Blue Keys International Host
program is scheduling interviews
next Monday through Friday for
prospective sponsors for the Win Winter
ter Winter trimester. Why not sign up and
do your part to bridge the gap
between diverse cultures?

has not been prepared. Alexis Car Carrel,
rel, Carrel, NObel Prize-winner, in Man,
the Unknown, states, Itisapri Itisaprimary
mary Itisaprimary datum of observation that
hardships make for nervous resis resistance
tance resistance and health. We know how
strong physically and morally are
those who, since childhood, have
been submitted to intelligent dis discipline,
cipline, discipline, have endoured some pri privations
vations privations and adapted themselves to
adverse conditions.
But some University of Florida
students and ex-UF professors
would rather do away with the ob obstacle
stacle obstacle presented by this so-called
radical system because of their
inability to confront the adverse
conditions presented by the tri trimester.
mester. trimester.
One common complaint among
the anti-trimester element is that
is does not provide enough study
time. But from what I have ob observed
served observed throughout the campus is
that it does-not provide time for
enough social activities. Os
course, the old semester sys system
tem system would provide more time for
picketing and Playboy Parties,
but would the students study more?
I am not against S.G.E.R. or Bun Bunnies,
nies, Bunnies, as the above statement seems
to indicate. Every campus ought
to have a few. But lam against
subordinating the development of
intellectual capacity for the sake
of developing social capacities.
You know, I feel the trimester
system was doomed from the be beginning.
ginning. beginning. Not because it was a fail failure;
ure; failure; quite to the contrary; it has
produced an obstacle that Super Superman
man Superman would rather do away with
than confront.
In short, the trimester is prov proving
ing proving what Eastern civilizations have
been saying for the past decade.
Prosperity is spoiling American
youth.
In conclusion, I want to praise
those responsible for the trimester
and hope for Americas sake that
you do not submit to the will of
weak individuals who want ever everso-much
so-much everso-much to do away with such a
praiseworthy system.
Joel Michael Starkey
Please sign all
letters. Names
will be with withr
r withr held on request.
We reserve the
right to edit
letters for space
reasons.
The Editors

Dominican
Festival
*
An afternoon spent by a £re
of Volunteers in the Dominion-
Republic a year ago is probably
one of the fastest recorded ex experiences
periences experiences in and out of cultural
shock.
Members of the first group into
the country, they were assigned to
a farm destined to be converted
into an agricultural school.
When they had been there a short
time, they were asked toaperico
ripiao one Sunday afternoon, A
perico ripiao, loosely
translated, simply means fiesta,
but literally it comes out
flustered parrot, a name mainly
associated with the music: fast
Merengues turned out by an ac accordian,
cordian, accordian, a drum and a guiro (a
metal tube scraped for rhythm).
After lunch, the Volunteers
walked up the road to the village
and were soon dancing, talking and
joking. Things were going well,
but the Volunteers began to grow
uneasy. They were just learning
Spanish, and not only speaking it
but trying to understand it was a
strain. As politely as they, could
turn down one drink of rum, so
would another bottle be held out to
them in never-ending hospitality.
Earlier they had promised to go
swimming with a co-worker, and
they felt somewhat relieved when
midafternoon came and they could
excuse themselves because of a
compromiso (an obligation or
promise).
But their hosts were unhappy;
they had sensed the Volunteers
uneasiness and interpreted it to
be a showing of disapproval, a
refusal of hospitality and friend friendship.
ship. friendship.
Confused and not knowing what
else to do, the Volunteers
promised they would be back as
soon as they fulfilled their com compromiso.
promiso. compromiso. They hoped they could
unwind a bit at the river in San Santiago
tiago Santiago and come back fresh.
INSULTS HURLED
At the beach, however, they had
problems: a grpup of Anti-Ameri Anti-Americans
cans Anti-Americans hurled insults at them
menacingly.
As the Volunteers drove back out
to the village, their conversation
died. Everyone was anticipating the
worst.
The Jeep stopped in front of the
house, and there was a slight hesi hesitation.
tation. hesitation. Then one of them said,
0.K., big smiles. Lets dive right
in.
They did.
As everyone left the fiesta that
evening and walked down through
the village together, the night air
was filled with the strains of Hey,
laudy,laudy, laudy!
On returning to the party, the
Volunteers had found their footing
and forgotten their worry. They felt
relaxed and happy to be at the party
and even found they could refuse
rum now with new friendliness and
resolution. And no one seemed to
mind.
The dancing had turned to sing singing
ing singing and the Volunteers sang a few
old songs they knew in Spanish and
learned some new ones.
They sang American songs, too.
And it was then that they introduced
Hey, laudy, laudy, laudy. It was
easily adaptable to Spanish and
everyone was soon making up
couplets.
...The Peace Corps Volunteer
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Statement
EDITOR:
The following statement was is issued
sued issued by the student-faculty vestry
of the Episcopal University Center:
While mindful that we are citi citizens
zens citizens of a society that maintains
respect for law and its due process,
we are also aware that, as Chris Christians,
tians, Christians, we cannot approve, even by
silence, that prejudice which dis discriminates
criminates discriminates among men on the basis
of race, regardless of how or when
that prejudice may reveal itself.
Accordingly, we give our voice and
support to those individuals and
groups, both in our own community
and elsewhere, who are working to
end racial discrimination in any
and all of its many expressions.
Jill Lynn
Negroes
EDITOR:
One of tme few constructive sug suggestions
gestions suggestions to emerge from the end endless
less endless debate over the Cl policy of
segregation by race was made in
the "Observation by Name With Withheld
held Withheld in the Tuesday, November 12
issue of the Alligator. Why not,
the writer suggested, ask the Ne Negro
gro Negro if he wanted to eat at the Cl?
This seemed so simple and obvi obvious
ous obvious a procedure that I was amazed
to learn that nobody had done it.
I decided to ask him myself. I
anticipated no trouble, know knowing
ing knowing that several Negroes were stu students
dents students at the U of F.
y
However, I found myself consul consulting
ting consulting the Student Directory, the
Faculty Directory, the Gainesville
Telephone Directory, the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville City Directory, and finally
making a few discreet inquiries
at Tigert Hall. The following facts
emerged: (1) The Negro is not re registered
gistered registered at the University of Flo Florida
rida Florida and is not employed by the uni university;
versity; university; (2) There is no evidence
that The Negro is even a resident
of Gainesville. I was quite frus frustrated
trated frustrated until the pieces began to fall
into place. I remember a TV
program a few weeks ago called
"The Negro in the Nations Cap Capital.
ital. Capital. Apparently thats where he
is, or recently was. Living so far
away, he obviously doesnt want
to eat at the Cl, as Name With Withheld
held Withheld correctly concluded. However
there is reason to believe that
some Negro on the campus would
like the right to eat at the Cl.
Jerry W. Gaddum
Re-examine
I believe the time has come for
us to examine our way of living
here at the University of Florida.
That which I am going to expound
upon touches us not only as indivi individuals
duals individuals but as a university com community.
munity. community.
First, let me tell of some hap happenings
penings happenings which I have seen or which
have been recounted to me. These
happenings give us examples of the
lives of students here.
Students drink themselves into
oblivion on weekends and, in some
cases, during the week. The moral

code of some of the students here
is non-existent. Indeed, some stu students
dents students boast of this very fact. They
recount, with seeming relish, their
numerous deeds involving drinking
and other, allied pleasures. The
consequences of these deeds, it
happens, they have not stopped to
consider. Please, do not under understand
stand understand my mentioning of consequen consequences
ces consequences as any proposal for rectifica rectification.
tion. rectification.
Other activities which are a
source of dimay to the chaplains
et al of the various religious cen centers
ters centers include the use of the
pleasures of sex. Here again we
find students, mostly men and, I am
sure, some women, telling of their
experiences to snickering
audiences.
These accounts and other ob observations
servations observations of a similar nature lead
me to believe that the time has
long since come for a re-evaluation
of what is important in our lives,
I realize that this view is not
widely held. Those who do hold a
view similar to this are sur surprisingly
prisingly surprisingly reticent about voicing it
in the company of others.
There are any number of ex explanations
planations explanations for the above observa observations,
tions, observations, advanced by men more
learned than myself. But I dont
care for explanations. The outlook
on life that the above observations
reveal is warped and incorrectly
held. Immediately some begin to
scoff and say, These are good and
healthy views. They are not
warped.- To those who would say
this and those who hold these
views, whether overtly or just as
away of making life bearable with without
out without really thinking about it, I offer
this:
Before you continue to hold or
make up your mind to hold these
views, examine within yourself
whether or not this is really the
way you desire to live. Think, or
meditate if you will, whether these
views are ones you ought to hold
(if, indeed, I may use such a word
as "ought). This is one of the
things you will have to decide for
yourself.
If you arrive at zero, then so

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much the better, you have arrived
at any concrete reason for holding
a view. From there, further think thinking
ing thinking is necessary.
When men cease to think for
themselves, truly, we will have
reverted to barbarism.
These are my offerings. I can
only hope they do not fall on deaf
ears.
Robert M. Shifale
Beauregards
EDITOR:
For the past two and one-half
months, the faithful readers of the
Alligator have been subjected to
the plaintive cries of the forces
of pro-integration and the corres corresponding
ponding corresponding views of the segregationist
faction over the admission pol policies
icies policies of the renowned College Inn.
I, as a member of the student body,
am of the feeling (and I am sure
I am not in the minority) that
this issue has been worntoafraz worntoafrazzle.
zle. worntoafrazzle. The management of the Col College
lege College Inn is not about to alter their
policies, in spite of the countless
gallons of mimeograph ink wasted
on the integrationist and segrega segregationist
tionist segregationist newsletters, as well as the
time and effort expended on var various
ious various forms of picketing and count counter-picketing.
er-picketing. counter-picketing.
Thus I propose (or expose) a new
center of attraction for the two
armies.
Approximately 184 miles south southsoutheast
southeast southsoutheast of the city of Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville is located Beauregards
Sandwich Shoppe. Here too is
a proving ground for the collid colliding
ing colliding forces, as there has not been
a morsel of pone served to a Negro
since time began.
"I hope this little eating estab establishment
lishment establishment may also share the Col College
lege College Inns limelight, and perhaps
the integrationists might see fit
to charter buses and any other
method of conveyance to stage a
duplication of the "eat-in per performed
formed performed So adroitly a few weeks
the brunt of our views of a lib liberal
eral liberal education to other facilities
also.
Name Withheld

Friday, Nov. 22, 1963 The Florida Alligator

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AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY?
CAN THE DRIFT TOWARD WAR BE ARRESTED BY
INDIVIDUAL ACTS OF CONSCIENCE ?
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Unitarian Universalis! Fellowship
204 NW 10th Ave.
11 to 12 Sunday Services 11 to 12 Sunday School
Speaker: Richard Hiers, UF Dept, of Religion
Topic: A Jealous God
TOLBERT AREA MOVIES South Hall Rec Room
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PAPERS, THESES, TYPED on
electric typewriter. Call 6-1824
afternoons. (M-54-st-c).

For Sale

NEW and USED Band Instruments,
Guitars and Amplifiers. Music
and Accessories. Complete
BAND INSTRUME NT REPAIR
SHOP on Premises. Derda Music
Co., 632 N.W. 13th St. Phone:
2-6715 (Just 6 blocks North of
Campus.) (A-41-ts-c).
USED T.V. SETS for sale. Rea Reasonable
sonable Reasonable price. Mr. Nestors at
2-7326 or see at 1627 NW Ist
Ave. (A-52-st-p).
1957 SHULT MOBILE HOME 42x8
two bedroom. In excellent
condition. For appointment call
6-0020. Best offer takes it.
(A-50-st-c).
41 FT. MAGNOLIA TRAILER. 2
bedroom. All Alumnium Exterior.
Completely furnished and Setup.
Sacrifice $1695. Contact Dennis
Traves Lot D-ll ONeils mobile
home court 3001 Hawthorne Rd.
Phone 376 -0086 after 5. (A-52-
st-c).
NE W HOMES in park like set setting.
ting. setting. Brick or block choice lots
still available. VA FHA
financing. PINE FOREST by Hugh
Edwards, he, N.E. 16th Ave. and
15th street 372-1551. (A-55-ts-c).

Wanted

ONE OR TWO MALE roommates
to share large off campus Apt.
3 blocks behind Sigma Nu House
$26.63 per mo. to move in NOW.
Call FR 2-7173 HURRY. (C-55-
3t-p).
MALE STUDENT wanted to share
furnished 2 bedroom house. $33
per month. FR 6-0075 after 10
p.m. (C-55-3t-c).
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j SOLES put on in 15 minutes J
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Wanted

WANTED One girl roommate
to share one bedroom apartment.
Close to campus. Call 2-2311.
(C-51-st-c).
ONE OR TWO MALE roommates
to share off r campus apartment
for Winter trimester with two E.E.
majors. Contact Bob Hyatt or
A.J. Miller FR 2-5874. 125 N.W.
10th St. JOIN FLYING CLUB. Plan 1-
Cessna 172-S6OO share, 10
members. Plan 2-Cessna 172
and Luscombe $450 share, 20
members. 376-1722 or 372-6115.
(C-54-3t-c).

For Rent

CHILDLESS COUPLE, or two
students to rent furnished apt.
in Colonial Manor Apts. 1/2 block
from University. Come, phone or
write Scott Keller, 1216 S.W. 2nd
Avenue, 372-2722.(8-27-tf-c).
4 RENT 2 bedroom Apt. Start Starting
ing Starting Dec. or Jan. Friendly atmos atmosphere.
phere. atmosphere. Call 2-6689 night or 2-8287
during day. Utilities included.
(B-53-MWF-c).
AIR CONDITIONED APART APARTMENTS
MENTS APARTMENTS FOR MEN. New, close to
campus. Efficiency for 3or 4
men, SIOO per mo. Efficiency
for 2 or 3 men, SBS per mo.
Tenant pays electric. FR
6-4353 evenings.

Lost
LOST Pair of Prescription dark
glasses, in vicinity of Army
R.O.T.C. Drill Field. Contact
Tom McKnight. 2 -9285.796 North
Hall. Reward offered. (L-51-st-c).
-
LOST Sigma Phi Epsilon fra fraternity
ternity fraternity pin with Alpha Guard. Might
be with white sweater. $lO reward.
Call Casey-Sigma Phi Epsilon
fraternity house. 2-9303.
(L-54-3t-c).

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GATOR GIRL
. . today is junior Rita
Doherty. The "Weather
Girl" on WUFT-TV is a
5 feet 3 brown-eyed bru brunette
nette brunette with 40-25-38 sta statistics.
tistics. statistics.
FBK Schedules
Interviews
Prospective foreign student
hosts for the winter trimester will
be interviewed by Florida Blue Key
International Host Program per personnel
sonnel personnel next week.
Students selected to act as hosts
will be promptly notified, Inter International
national International Host Coordinator Buddy
Jacobs said.
A brief orientation program de designed
signed designed to acquaint hosts with the
problems faced by the foreign stu students
dents students in adapting to life in the
United States will be held, he said.
Sign-up for interviews now is
being conducted. Interviews will
be held Monday through Friday in
room 314 of the Florida Union.
Interviews will be from 3-5
p.m., Jacobs said.
Arab Club
Party Set
The UF Arab Club is sponsor sponsoring
ing sponsoring a party at the University Inn
today from 8:30 p.m. 1:30 a.m.
Music will be provided by The
Big Beats, a local rock n' roll
band.
Tickets may be purchased for
$2.50 each at the foreign student
office in building AE.

Services

HORSEBACK RIDING, TRAIL
RIDES, HAYRIDES, NIGHTRIDES.
All at Lake Wauberg Riding
Stables. 1/2 mile north of Lake
Wauberg. For reservation, in information
formation information and FREE trans transportation
portation transportation call 466-9295.(M-8-68t 466-9295.(M-8-68tc).
c). 466-9295.(M-8-68tc).

Personal

WILL THE MAN WHO picked up
my black Florshiem shoes size
9-1/2 -4e from Louis Shoe Store
please return same to Louis and
get his own 9-1/2-D.(J-53-tf-c).

Autos

57 Ford, fair shape, reasonable.
'55 Corvette, rolled and pleated
interior, Buick engine, fast. Call
376-8968. (G-54-3t-c).
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Florida Meets Miami's Matador
In Traditional Intra-State Rivalry

The next two weeks will make
or break the UF football club.
Starting with Miami on the 23rd
and ending with FSU on the 30th,
Floridas success for the entire
football season depends on the
bounce of that funny-shaped object
most often called a football.
The Florida Miami game is
as important to. the two schools
as the Army Navy game is to its
participants
>,e
Miami has won two years
running. This is the year Florida
hopes to end the string. You
always like to beat the people you
have to live with, commented
head coach Ray Graves.
Miami will be in their best
physical shape for this game, ac according
cording according to Miami head coach Andy
Gufstason. Russ Smith, who has
been injured most of the season,
will be back in the lineup for
Miami.
Russ is one of the finest all allaround
around allaround athletes we have faced,
said Graves.
Graves also sihgled out George
Mira as the most dangerous player
on the Miami team. The Matador,
as he is called, is the main reason
why Miami has been able to beat
the Gators the last two seasons
in a row. It will be up to Bruce
Bennett and Kenny Russell to stop
Mira as they stoped Larry Rake Rakestraw
straw Rakestraw of Georgia two weeks ago.
The Gators are not in the best
Beta Woods Hosts
X-Country Meet
Warning! Stay away from Beta
Woods Saturday morning if you
dont want to get trampled by about
180 high school cross-country run runners.
ners. runners.
At 10:30, the Class A Meet starts
with 15 schools entered. Fourty Fourtyfive
five Fourtyfive minutes later, the Class AA
gets underway from just south of
the intersection of Corry Village
and Old Newberry Roads.
They will run the two lap, two
mile course around and through
Beta Woods. Bob Reddington of Ft.
Lauderdale holds the record of
10:1 3, but Merrill Moore of Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville High has a good chance to
break it.
TEP Wins 6-0
Tau Epsilon Phi (TE P) fraternity
defeated Phi Delta Theta fraternity
in finals of the Orange League
touchfootball playoffs yesterday.
Only one touchdown was scored
as the TEPs relied mostly on their
efense to ward off the offensive
thrust of the Phi Delt§.
A 10-yard double pass play from
P Quarterback Norman Brooks
0 TEP end Bob Samuels back to
t r ks in the end zone started
ended scoring of the closely
fought 6 o contest.

physical shape. Jack Harper
missed all of this weeks practice
with a glandular fever and will
not play at all Saturday. Hagood
Clark sprained his ankle and his
participation is doubtful.
With these two halfbacks out

THE BELL TELEPHONE COMPANIES
SALUTE: CLEM PATTON

From the time he joined Southern Bell in Nashville, Clem
Patton (8.5.E.E., 1958) has continually impressed his man management
agement management with his engineering ability.
Given the job of designing telephone cable connections
between the central office and new residential subdivisions,
Clem found ways to design connections that expertly met
the engineering problem, and yet, kept costs to a minimum.
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the starting backfield will be Allan
Trammell and Jerry Newcomer
at the halfback positions, Tommy
Shannon at quarterback and Larry
Dupree at fullback.
The team plans to hold a light
drill Friday and then leave for

Friday, Nov. 22, 1963 The Florida Alligator

West Palm Beach F'riday night by
plane. Roger Pettee, who hurt
his leg in the Alabama game will
not make the trip. There is an
outside chance that he will be
able to see some action in the FSU
game on Thanksgiving weekend.

selected by his company to attend the Telephone Operating
Engineers Training Course at Bell Labs, On completion
of the course, Clem w ill return to Southern Bell and the
increased responsibilities that await him there.
Clem Patton, like many young engineers, is impatient
to make things happen for his company and himself. There
are few places where such restlessness is more welcomed
or rewarded than in the fast-growing telephone business.

Graves was quite happy with the
way practice wnet this week and
last.
We should give Miami a real
good ball game, Graves said. It
will take at least three touch touchdowns
downs touchdowns to win.

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The Florida Alligator Friday, Nov. 22, 1963

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Turnpike Open
The Florida Sunshine State
Parkway has opened all the way
from Orlando to Miami with the
early completion of a 61 mile
sjtretch of road between Yee Haw
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...join Barby Baker in wondering if they are really on
the right campus as they eye the handywork of FSU
pranksters.

UF Cogers Switch
By JOHN CLENDENON
Os The Gator. Staff
With the season opener now only
10 days away, Floridas varsity
cagers continue to play a game of
musical chairs in their daily
workouts.
Although Brooks Henderson and
Tom Baxley are the starting
guards, the forward and center
positions are still up for grabs
among a flock of candidates. Each
week head coach Norman Sloan has
worked with a different first team
in an effort to find a cohesive
lineup.
At yesterdays practice Sloan
said the current first team
included Henderson and Baxley at
the guards, Dick Tomlinson and
Gary Keller at forwards, and Ric Richard
hard Richard Peek at center.
Tomlinson appears to have the
inside track on one of the forward
jobs with his play thus far. Sloan
stated that the husky junior has
been doing a good job and shown
a great deal of improvement over
last year.
Gary Keller, Richard Peek, Bob
Hoffman, Paul Morton and Mont
Highley are all in the running for

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THE ICONOCLAST
By GLENN LANEY
Os The Gator Staff
Where are all the critics of Ray Graves and the Gators who made
themselves so prominent after Florida was tied by an obviously
inferior team from Mississippi State? For those of you who have
not been following their progress Mississippi State has beaten Auburn
and LSU. Two teams upon which we were unable to score. To an
obviously inferior team our hats are off. o
Also taking a back seat is that brash band of warriors who were so
impressed with the work that Graves was doing this season they found
it necessary to hang an image of him from their.dorm so they wouldn't
miss him while he and the team were in Jacksonville. Such touching
devotion should not go unrewarded. Maybe we could find out who they
were and hang them in effigy of course.
The teams victory against Georgia may give the boys impetus to
finish strongly this season with victorys over Miami and Florida State.
A 6-3-1 record isnt bad. In fact it would be better than last years
Gator Bowl team. However, a bowl bid is not in the offering this
season as there is an abundance of good teams throughout the nation.
But lets face facts. Florida was lucky to beat Georgia. The Gators
made too many mistakes. It was our luck that Georgia made more.
Graves has stated the week long layoff has given his team a mehtal
rest they so badly needed. If we are to finish out the season with a
respectable record there will have to be less fumbling and fewer
mental errors which lead to missed blocking assignments and penalties.
With Mira, the Gators arent playing against a good college quarter quarterback,
back, quarterback, but a good pro quarterback. It has been said that several teams
in the NFL are willing to finish last in their league this year just to
get first draft rights at Mira. If Floridas defensive backfield does not
come up with one of its best efforts of the season it could be a long,
hot night for the Orange and Blue.
It is time for one of the unsung heroes of the Gators to come forth
and be recognized. Tommy Shannon was the target or much beratement
at the first of the season. That guy cant pass, was an oft heard
comment around campus. After eight games Shannon has thrown 790
yards and has a good chance to net over 100 yards passing. Shannon
is also within the schools all-time record of most yards gained through
the air. The record was set in 1950 when Haywood Sullivan threw
for 1098 yards. We should have more bad passers.
Looking Ahead
Two weekends from now the Gators play host to the Seminoles of
Florida State. It seems, however that pre-game shennanJgans have
already started. Some students from that girls school up north
have struck at two of the UFs more prominant landmarks. The
base of the statue of A.A. Murphy, past president of the UF, and the
Norman Hall underpass are now painted with pro-Seminole slogans.
Florida State has never beaten Florida in the short history of the
series. The closest they could come was a 3-3 tie in 1961. However,
coach Bill Peterson has a strong football team this year which romped
over Miami 28-0 and made shambles of the vaunted North Carolina
defense in a 14-0 Homecoming win. The Seminoles think this could be
the year.

the remaining forward and center
spots.
Peek, a 6-foot-ll giant who

played his high school ball at
Pensacola Escambia, has been
tried at both positions and is now
working at center.
Keller, a 6-foot-9 sophomore
from Dixie Hollins High in St.
Petersburg, has shown rapid im improvement
provement improvement during the past two
weeks. He is being pushed at
forward by Paul Morton who was
injured at the start of practice
but is in near perfect shape now.
Morton was a star on the fresh freshmen
men freshmen team two years ago when he
averaged 30 points a game.
Hoffman and Highley are re returning
turning returning who saw a lot of action
last year and are being counted
on again this year. W
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