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Freedom, prosperity, America -for these common bless blessings
ings blessings Americans will assemble in their places of worship
tomorrow. Campus activities will be suspended for the
weekend as students and faculty rest up at home forfinals


Most Religious
Centers Closed

Many student religious centers
will be closed during Thanksgiving
holidays because of the small num number
ber number of students on campus at that
Before closing Wednesday, the
Wesley Foundation will deliver a
basket of canned goods and a tur turkey
key turkey to a family of eight, according
to resident student Bill Douberley.
Remaining closed from Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday to Sunday are the Baptist Stu Student
dent Student Union and the Presbyterian

Lawrence Wrote Letter

(Editors Note: David Lawrence
Jr., recently removed former
editor-in-chief of the Alligator,
wrote a letter to the Board of
Student Publications on the day
of his removal, knowing that im impeachment
peachment impeachment was possible and that
he would be out of town on a
class trip. The letter is reprinted
in part here.)
* *
Nov. 25, 1963
Mr. John Farrell
Board of Student Publications
University of Florida
Dear Mr. Farrell:
I don't know how to start this
letter off.
But I do know, from what Ive
been told, that the electoral board
will convene today to consider
impeachment and also that it is
practically assured.
I would like to bring up several
1) The most important is that

Student Center.
The Episcopal Center will re-,
main open and will hold Com Communion
munion Communion at noon on Thanksgiving
Communion will be followed by a
The Bnai Brith Hillel Founda Foundation
tion Foundation will remain open but will not
hold any special services other
than the regular Sabbath services.
Remaining open but not holding
any special services is the Luth Lutheran
eran Lutheran Student Center.

today is the day of President
Kennedys funeral, a day of mourn mourning,
ing, mourning, a day on which the governor
closed all schools, a day on which
President Reitz said only
essential activity should go on.
Personally, I dont think I or
anybody else i 5 that essential
that this day must be marred.
2) The editorial in question was
last Fridays and the editorial
was true. Certain votes WERE
bought beforehand, thus allow allowing
ing allowing the wrong man to get in. As
to the boards dishonesty, this
refers to these votes bought
and the board must take the
responsibility for the actions of
any of its members.
3) Walker Lundy, the newly
elected editor, was approached
by me Friday after the editorial
appeared and, as I stated in the
editorial, I offered to help him
with deadlines. Since that time,
furthermore, I have spoken to
close friends of his Ron Spencer
and Bill Fuller repeating my
offer of any help whatsoever. In
addition., I have spoken with the
executive secretary on the possi possibility

The Florida

Vol .56, N 0.59

Cabinet Boosts
UF Thanksgiving

An extra blessing to be thank thankful
ful thankful for was tacked into the tra traditional
ditional traditional ones by a $299,072 grant
released Tuesday by the state ca cabinet.
binet. cabinet.
Plans for UF construction can
now proceed at full steam, ac according
cording according to an administration
A total of $1.5 million dollars
was released to state universities
and $410,736 to junior colleges for

j Gubernatorial
Hopefuls Here

UFs proposed Dec. 8 guberna gubernatorial
torial gubernatorial debate has received four
immediate acceptances from state
State Rep. Fred Karl, Daytona
Beach, State Sen. Scott Kelly,
Lakeland, both Democrats, and
Orange County School Board
member Ken Folks, Orlando,* and
State Rep. Charles Holley, St.
Petersburg, Republicans, have
made firm commitments to appear,
Howard Glicken, publicity director
of the sponsoring Debate Club
State Sen. John Matthews, Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, indicated qualified ac acceptance.
ceptance. acceptance.
Negotiations are underway with
Mayor Hay don Burns, Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, and State Sen. Fred
Dickinson, West Palm Beach, both
Karl and Folks have already
declared themselves in the run running
ning running for the Floridas governor-

bility possibility of naming Walker acting
managing editor.
4) The hours and the service
I have given to the paper are, I
think, much. The extra Friday
and today's tribute to Kennedy
are what I would consider good
The Board of Student Publi Publications,
cations, Publications, it is true, had its toes
stepped on and I dont think un unjustifiably
justifiably unjustifiably so. It has been true
for many years on this campus that
politics has played a distinguish distinguishable
able distinguishable role in the selection of the
Florida Alligator editor. I think
it would be good for the univer university,
sity, university, and the students, in
particular, if politics played
a lesser role in this particular
Thank you very much.
Im sorry I cant be here for
the board meeting. I have to be
in St. Petersburg for a seminar
trip and I dont think todays
national day of mourning is an
appropriate time.
Sincerely yours,
David Lawrence Jr.

University of Florida,Gainesville Wednesda)

planning of new construction fin financed
anced financed from bond funds.
The monies were made avail available
able available on loan from the Trustees
of the Internal Improvement Fund.
They will be repaid when a $75,000
million bond issue for university
construction is validated and sold.
The UF will receive sl4 million
from the forthcoming bond issue.
Up for construction from that a amount
mount amount will be a $1.2 million class classroom

ship while Burns, Dickinson and
Kelly are expected to officially
add their respective hats to the
1964 race.
Arrangements are also being
worked out to provide statewide
radio and TV coverage, of the
two-hour debate, Glicken said.
Present plans call for each of
the candidates to be given a 5-10
minute introduction, with a
question and answer period to
follow. Questions will be spon spontaneous,
taneous, spontaneous, directed from spectators
at the Florida Unions Social Room
Details of the procedure for a
questioning have not been ironed
out, Glicken said, and the Debate
Club sponsors are exploring means
to prevent loaded questions.
Location of the program in the
FU Social Room stems from a
Board of Control policy, Glicken
said. Under the policy, all poli political
tical political functions at the UF must
be held in the Florida Union.


y, N0v.27,1963

room classroom complex, the first step in
new construction a graduate lib library;
rary; library; a School of Engineering and
Industries, several new engineer engineering
ing engineering buildings and a new Plants and
Grounds office.
State universities have already
started planning some of their pro projects
jects projects with available funds. How However,
ever, However, the additional fund release
will permit the schools to complet
plans for buildings to be listed JLjT
the bond issue financing.
Planning money was released to
the universities in the following
amounts: University of Florida
$299, 072, Florida State University
$268,520, Florida A&M $101,610,
University of South Floridas2B4,
678, Florida Atlantic $137,960,
proposed institution at Pensacola
$222,900, extending U of F engin engineering
eering engineering college to east central Flo Florida
rida Florida $32,000, degree granting in institution
stitution institution in east cebtral Florida
Alligator Sets
Staff Meeting
The first staff meeting of next
trimesters Florida Alligator is
scheduled for Monday at 4:30 p.m.
in the editorial office of the Alli Alligator.
gator. Alligator. New editor elect Walker
Lundy announced this week.
Interested persons are asked
to pick up application blanks in
the Alligator business office in
the basement of the Florida Union
or to apply in person at the meeting.
Were looking forward to
making the Alligator into a top topnotch
notch topnotch college daily and wed like
all those who want to help us to
come to the meeting Monday,
Lundy said.

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The Florida Alligator Wednesday, N0v.27,1963

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Florida Players' next production, Dr. August Staub.


Meet r Fruitful

A meeting held recently between
student leaders and UF admin administrators
istrators administrators concerning sales of re refreshments
freshments refreshments at on-campus fun functions
ctions functions was "very fruitful," ac according
cording according to Honor Court Chancelor
Herb Blessing.
Certain progress was definite definitely
ly definitely made," Blessing said, describ describing
ing describing the meetings atmosphere as
most cordial. I was quite pleased
with the cooperation from the fac faculty,"
ulty," faculty," Blessing said.

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Present UF policy does not per permit
mit permit food to be sold by students
on campus.
Discussing the problem at the
recent meeting were: Dean of
Student Affairs Lester Hale, Vice
Pres. Harry Philpott, Housing
Director Harold Riker, Business
Manager Willis Jones, Associate
Business Manager William El Elmore,
more, Elmore, Blessing and student hous housing
ing housing representatives Joe Marinelli
and Carolyn Smith.


What Kind Os Man

UPI Foreign News Analyst Memo
to various world leaders:
You will want to know about
the new President of the United
States, what kind of man he is
and the foreign policy the United
States will follow under his leader leadership.
ship. leadership.
Many of you already have met
thjs tall Texan who as vice pre president
sident president travelled about the world
on missions in behalf of President
Nikita Khrushchev: There were
reports from high Communist
diplomats in London over the week weekend
end weekend that you were deeply disturbed
that a change now may be made in
U.S. strategy.
You first met Johnson in
Washington a couple of years ago
and its probable you didnt make
a good impression. Your greeting
to Johnson was recalled thusly:
"I do not know you, but I have
reaci all your speeches and I do
not like any of them."
In that case, you surely recall
a speech Johnson made before
the West Berlin Parliament in
August, 1961, just after erection
of the Berlin Wall. He said:
"To the survival and to the
creative future of this city, we
Americans have pledged, in effect,
what our ancestors pledged
in forming the United States: Our
lives, our fortunes and our sacred
That means there will be no
lack of U.S. determination to con continue
tinue continue to defend allied rights in
West Berlin.
Mao Tse-tung of Red China:
You recall a visit Johnson made
to Formosa and to Southeast Asia.
In Formosa, Johnson told Chiang
Kai-shek that the United States
"has no intention of recognizing
the Peking regime" and opposes
"seating the Peking regime in
the United Nations.

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And you also must remember
what Johnson said in the Philip Philippines.
pines. Philippines. He said there that "we
will continue to honor our obli obligations
gations obligations and wii; proceed either
alone or with our free world friends
to preserve our position in Asia."
After Johnson got home from
that trip he recommended that
an additional SIOO million be set
aside for economic and military
aid to go primarily to South Viet
Nam, Thailand and Pakistan.
Not much comfort for the Red
Chinese there.
President Charles de Gaulle:
President Kennedy opposed your
determination to build an inde independent
pendent independent French nucleaY force. He
did not like your veto of British
membership in the European Com Common
mon Common Market. You remember that

Leaders Meeting
Useful Maybe

leading senators said Sunday a
get acquainted meeting between
President Johnson and Soviet Pre Premier
mier Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev might
be useful under certain conditions.
But both senators, J. William
Fulbright, D-Ark., and Bourke B.
Hickenlooper, R-lowa., opposed an
early summit conference or ne negotiating
gotiating negotiating session between the two
heads of stateanything more than
a chance to feel each other out.
Fulbright, chairman of the Sen Senate
ate Senate Foreign Relations Committee,
thought Johnson and Khrushchev
must be profoundly curious about
each other. He saw in the soviet
leaders expression of condol condolence
ence condolence to the United States Sat Saturday
urday Saturday a hopeful sign he wDuld like

in Paris Johnson also called for
a true Atlantic community with
common institutions. He told you
that instead of French nuclear for forces,
ces, forces, NATO needed to reinforce its
non-nuclear defense.
Joint memo to Prime Minister
Nehru of India and President Mo Mohammad
hammad Mohammad Ayub Khan of Pakisu.
You must remember the mars
humanities. With Nehru he dis discussed
cussed discussed hunger, illiteracy and dis disease
ease disease and how they could be
In your country, Ayub Khan,
he met a simple camel driver
who later became his guest in
the United States.

to maintain reasonably good re relations.
lations. relations.
Hickenlooper, the committees
ranking GOP member, and Ful Fulbright
bright Fulbright generally agreed that
the nations foreign policy will re remain
main remain unchanged under Johnson, al although
though although perhaps carried out in anetv
The senators remarks were
made on a network television in interview
terview interview in which Fulbright
strongly recommended that
Dean Rusk be retained as sec secretary
retary secretary of state in the Johnson ad administration.
ministration. administration. Hickenlooper,
questioning the property of ad advising
vising advising a Democratic president on
such a matter, nevertheless
thought that keeping Rusk would
be very advantageous to the

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.. .is William C. Dahnke of the Peace Corps. He is in
El Salvador's agricultural school for extension agents.
A Peace Corps team will be in Bryan Lounge, Florida
Union, next week,

The Peace Corps is sending a
special information team to Uni University
versity University of Florida next week to in inform
form inform students and faculty mem members
bers members about the opportunities they
have to serve their country
as Peace Corps Volunteers.
This will be one of the largest
drives ever mounted by the Peace
Corps in the South.
'Were coming for a couple of
reason, said Paul Vanderwood,
member of the Peace Corps' ad advance
vance advance team. Florida has been a
good Peace Corps university. 30
UF graduates are serving over overseas
seas overseas as Peace Corps volunteers. 1
Also we've had a considerable
number of inquiries from students
here now. We figure that if they
are that interested. its worth
coming to Gainesville to meet them
face to face.
The team will set up its main
headquarters in Bryant Lounge of
the Florida Union, and have a sub substation
station substation at the Hub. Plans are to
open them both at 8 a.m. and have
at least the main center open un until
til until 10 p.m.
We're going to pass out the
questionnaire, which is our appli application
cation application blank and administer the
Peace Corps Placement Test,
Vanderwood said. If students will
fillout the application and take the
test, we can let them know with within
in within one-month whether or not
theyre qualified to be Peace Corps
Thats the big advantage of our
comingspeed, said Vander Vanderwood.
wood. Vanderwood. Usually it takes us four to
five / months to give applicants the
answers they need to know about
their Peace Corps qualification.
Karl To Speak
State Rep. Fred Karl is ex expected
pected expected to discuss current guber gubernatorial
natorial gubernatorial election issues when he
visits Bryan Lounge, Florida
Union, Saturday from 9:30 to 11:30
The Democratic representative,
who has announced his candidacy
for the governorship, will answer
questions from the floor after his
The public is invited.

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Result: Allegro, an experiment in advanced automotive ideas
that are practical for the near future

Allegro means "brisk and lively," which certainly
describes Ford Motor Companys new dream car,
a handsome fastback coupe. More than that, Allegro
has unique functional features that could be adapted
for future production cars. (This has already occurred
in the case of retractable seat belts!)
A major innovation is a cantilever-arm steering
wheel with an electronic "memory." The steering
wheel is mounted on an arm that extends from a
center-mounted column. The wheel swings upward
for easy exit, returns automatically to its former
position at the touch of a button. Power adjustment
enables it to be moved three inches fore and aft and
five inches vertically. This, plus power-adjustable

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foot pedals, permits use of a fixed seat design for
low overall height.
Basically a two-seater in present form, Allegro has
rear floor space that could be converted to carry
two additional passengers. The car could be powered
by either a V-4 made by Ford of Germany or by the
domestic 144- or 170-cubic-inch Sixes.
Allegro is one of a series of Ford-built dream cars
which will be shown at the New York World's Fair
to test consumer reaction to styling and mechani mechanical
cal mechanical innovations. This will help determine which of
their -forward-looking features are destined for the
American Roadas further examples of Ford Motor
Companys leadership in styling and engineering.

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> Look Deeply
Thanksgiving is something that Americans are finding increasingly
harder to comprehend. They apparently can no longer see their po position
sition position of wealth in accurate perspective. We thank God, to be sure,
for the highest standard of living in the world, for freedom and for
life but lack the insight which is necessarily involved in the true
appreciation of these blessings.
For the sake of an example, Florence Ziegfield, creator of the famous
Ziegfield Follies, once listened to a young girl auditioning for a part
in the Follies". He said of her, She will be good when someone
breaks her heart." She lacked the feeling that could be only obtained
Too many of us feel that a true sense of appreciation of our lot
in life comes simply. This is particularly true of students whose
existence, they feel, It is a gift and that only those things which are
especially significant and pie asurable are worthy of gratitude.
They cannot hope to grasp the importance of the things which are
too easily obtained. How odd it seems to thank God for a cup of coffee
and a place to sit and drink it.
There are many things that could be named that are deserving of
our prayers of thanks that seem so trivial and unobtrusive that they
appear to be fixtures in our perfected, automated and celophane wrapped
This obliviousness to the apparently minor aspects of life is not un unnautral
nautral unnautral nor it it to be severely criticized. It is the intent here to bring
it out into the open for consideration and thought. It is hoped that to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow will see a difffernt complexion on the thanks offered by at
least a few people who take the time to endeavor to look more deeply
into the meaning of the prayers that they offer.


A Presidents Proclamation

Over three centuries ago, in
Plymouth, on Massachusetts Bay,
the pilgrims had a custom of ga gathering
thering gathering together each year to ex express
press express their gratitude to God for
the preservation of their commun community
ity community and for the harvest their labors
brought forth in the new land.
Joining with their neighbors, they
shared together and worshipped
together in a common giving oi
thanks. Thanksgiving Day has ever
since been a part of the fabric
which has united Americans with
their past, with each other and with
the future of all mankind.
It is fitting that we observe this
year our own day of Thanksgiving
It is fitting that we give our own
thanks for the safety of our land,
for the fertility of our harvest,
for the strength of our liberties,
for the health of our people. We
do so in no spirit of self-right self-righteousness.
eousness. self-righteousness. We recognize that we
are beneficiaries of the toil and
devotion of our fathers and that
we can pass their legacy on to our
children only by equal toil and
equal devotion. We recognize too,
that we live in a world of peril
and changeand in so uncertain a
time, we are all the more great greatful
ful greatful for the indestructable gifts of
hope and love, which sustain us
in adversity and inspire us to la labor
bor labor unceasingly for a more per perfect
fect perfect community within this nation
and around the earth...
Let us renew the spirit of the
pilgrims at the first Thanksgiving,

The Florida Alligator

Editor-In-Chief . John Askins
Managing Editor Jim Hammock
Editorial Page Editor John Hancock
Sports Editor .. .Dave Berkowitz
Layout Editor Ernie Utz
Assignments Editor Cynthia Tunstall
Copy Editor Peggy Blanchard
Photo Editor ... ..Rusty Ennis
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.

lonely in an inscrutable wilder wilderness
ness wilderness facing the dark unkown with
a faith born in their dedication to
God and a fortitude drawn from
their sense that all men were bro brothers.
thers. brothers.
Let us renew that spirit by of offering
fering offering our thanks for mercies be beyond
yond beyond our desert or merit and by
resolving to meet the responsi responsibilities
bilities responsibilities placed upon us.
Let us renew that spirit by shar sharing
ing sharing the abundance of this day with
those less fortunate, in our own
land and abroad. Let us renew that
spirit by seeking always to estab establish
lish establish larger communities of bro brotherhood.
therhood. brotherhood.
Let us renew that spirit by pre preparing
paring preparing our souls for the uncertain uncertainties
ties uncertainties aheadby being always ready
to confront critics with steadfast steadfastness
ness steadfastness and achievement with mod modesty.
esty. modesty.
Let us renew that spirit by con connecting
necting connecting our energy and hope with
men and women everywhere that
the world might move more ra rapidly
pidly rapidly toward a time when Thanks Thanksgiving
giving Thanksgiving might be a day of univer universal
sal universal celebration.
Let us renew that spirit by ex expressing
pressing expressing our acceptance of the
limitations of human striving and
affirming our duty to strive none nonetheless,
theless, nonetheless, as Providence may direct,
toward a better world for all man mankind...
kind... mankind...
John F. Kennedy
November 16, 1962

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A STUDENT Newspaper?

This letter is inspired by the
firing of David Lawrence Jr. as
editor of the Florida Alligator.
I am privy to no inside infor information,
mation, information, and I intend this as no
ringing defense of all Mr.
Lawrences actions. All I know
is that (1) Mr. Lawrence editor editorialized
ialized editorialized against the Alligator Elec Electoral
toral Electoral Board and (2) was subse subsequently
quently subsequently fired by the Electoral
Board. Perhaps the Board had
good reason to be piqued by Mr.
Lawrence. But the principle dis disturbs
turbs disturbs me.
The decision facing the student
body and the Administration is


In Pursuit Os Honor

Honor Court Justice
It is fitting that in a time of
deep national tragedy we rededi rededicate
cate rededicate ourselves to the principles by
which we live. One of the most
fundamental of these is the prin principle
ciple principle of honor and the Honor Sys System
tem System by which we live is the ex expression
pression expression of its value.
It is significant to me that in
times of national desaster, when
the chips are down, and our very
way of life seems threatened, the
American people have always been
strong enough to endure. When Ja-
An Example
Look into yourself. Can you find
any of the hate, bigotry or trad traditional
itional traditional ignorance that John F. Ken Kennedy
nedy Kennedy gave his life to reduce in the
character of man? If so, then let
not this great man die in vain.
If not, then be proud to have shared
the virtues of a truly fine leader
of men.
To some he died as a man, to
some he died as hope, to others
he died as a symbol of what is
integrity in the politics of man.
To me he died as all this and
much more.
May God be with him in death
and us and may we all
thank God for the example of such
a man though for so short a time.


whether the Alligator is to be a
STUDENT publication. As such,
it will engender fearlessness, de decision
cision decision making, and in great mea measure
sure measure correctly depict student
thinking and defend student causes.
But, with student control, we
must bear up under some innuendo,
errors, slipshod workmanship,
triteness and downright piggish piggishness.
ness. piggishness.
If the Alligator is to be an
ADMINISTRATION publication, it
will have stability, accuracy, and
professional workmanship. And
it will project to the outside world
a constant favorable image of the
University. ? 46

panese planes struck Pearl Harbor
the nation united behind President
Roosevelt. When that great Pres President
ident President died, the nation united behind
President Trufaan. Now with the
assasination of President Ken Kennedy,
nedy, Kennedy, the nation has united once
more behind President Johnson.
This strength and ability to
carry on is a direct result of our
national moral fiber. We have been
able to endure because when we
have to, we produce. It is in times
like these that we find we do hold
some things sacred after all, and
among these are the standards of
personal integrity and honesty so
vital to the concept of honor.
We have all laughed with
Vaughan Meader, we have all
laughed with the Smothers Bro Brothers,
thers, Brothers, and some in the past have
made fun of the Honor System.
We werent laughing Friday and we
arent laughing today. This is our
redeeming factor and our strength.
A decade ago, many college stu students
dents students and alumni of this univer university
sity university were asked to fight for our
country in Korea and many gave
their lives. All we are asked to
do is to gain an. honest education.
Thats all, just an honest edu education.
cation. education.
President Kennedys famous in inaugural
augural inaugural words made this plea,
Ask not what your country can
do for you, ask what you can do
for your country. This much we
can do.
This is, therefore, a time for
rededication to the principles of
honor and to the pursuit of
an honest education, for this is our

But it also will no longer re represent
present represent the student body, and it
will assume the interest level of
a railroad timetable.
I wish student publications were
at a crossroad, with a great de decision
cision decision to make regarding their
control. Were this so, perhaps
students could retrieve a cherished
right of self-expression. But alas.
Student publications have become
merely a piece of cheese, already
nibbled to a nub.
The first telling blow came with
banning of the Old Orange Peel,
probably justifiable due to student
delinquency and lack of responsi responsibility.
bility. responsibility. (For the record, I publicly
opposed the ban because I felt
students needed an organ of re rebellion).
bellion). rebellion).
Another blow is the firing of
Lawrence. It establishes that today
the Alligator is not to criticize
the Electoral Board. Tomorrow
it will not be empowered to uncover
plagiarism in the C-l Syllabus.
And the day-after-tomorrow, it
cannot criticize football seating.
All of these, afterall, reflect
unfavorable the University's public
I am writing rather sorrowfully
as a University of Florida alumnus,
a University of Florida faculty
member, aformer student member
of the Board of Student Publica Publications,
tions, Publications, and a former staff member
of both the Alligator and Orange
You may interpret this to mean
I would have swallowed Mr. Law Lawrences
rences Lawrences insult (if that is what it
was) rather than foster a breed
of editors who look up for orders
rather than down for support of
their leadership.
The principle is established.
The Alligator is to be a servile
organ, beaming goodness and pro projecting
jecting projecting benevolence; prey to the
imagined injuries of any protestant
and, ultimately, to become a
poopsheet for official announce announcements
ments announcements and faculty promotions.
'Tis sad, especially if the
student body continues in the idyl idyllic
lic idyllic but unhappy condition of having
no firm convictions.
But it would be worse if we
elders kept silent thereby en engendering
gendering engendering the belief the world is
run only by comjnands on high;
that success is knuckling under;
that fearsomeness is healthy
Horance G. (Buddy) Davis Jr.
Associate Professor

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Fundamental Frequency Indicator

Listening Machine
Doesnt Talk Back

People who like to talk will
find a perfect match at the UF,
where researchers have a machine
that knows how to listen.
The machine, known as a funda fundamental
mental fundamental frequency indicator (FFI),
doesnt talk back but it does
print out some answers to impor important
tant important questions about the human
Dr. Harry Hollien, associate
professor of speech at the UF,
is using the equipment to measure
and study the sounds produced by
the voice mechanism. He believes
that the FFI at Gainesville is
the only such machine in the world.
The FFI, a kind of computer,
can listen to a speaker, draw a
graph of the voice sound pattern
and figure out the basic frequency
--that is the exact pitch of the
voice, without resonance or over overtones
tones overtones in a few seconds. It
has already saved hundreds of
man-hours for researchers that
once were spent in tedious mea measurement
surement measurement of sound waves on a
long tape.
Every voice has a fundamental
frequency. Each has its charac characteristic

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teristic characteristic pitch determined by the
rate at which the vocal cords vi vibrate.
brate. vibrate.
This basic pitch, however, is
mostly obscured by the way a
person forms words and phrases.
The structures of the throat and
mouth cause the sound to bounce
around, to be modified, amplified
and sometimes delayed. The
fundamental frequency is there,
but it is hard to hear for the
This is one of the problems
that speech researchers must
solve in their efforts to explain
the dynamics of the human voice.
Dr. Hollien and his associates at
UF have received more than
$200,000 in support funds from the
National Institutes of Health for
these investigations.
Our understanding of mans
speech is like a doughnut, says
Hollien. We know a lot around
the edtes but not enough in the
middle. Medical men know how to
treat severe defects in the voice
mechanism; people in music know
how to train a voice to get the
best out of it; we have electronic

systems to amplify and reproduce
voice but we still dont know
just how the mechanism itself
The FFI, newest tool in the
fledgling science of voice
research, was originally built by
the Department of Electrical En Engineering
gineering Engineering at the University of
Wichita, where Dr. Hollien taught
before coming to UF in 1962.
Building cost was $33,000.
At Gainesville, the speech re research
search research team, including an electro electronics
nics electronics engineer, modified and
assembled the equipment to make
it work in tandem with a com computer.
puter. computer.
The key to the success of the
machine, as with other computer computerlinked
linked computerlinked systems, is this: It can
record data and make repetitious
calculations a thousand times
faster than the human brain.
It will help UF researchers
discover how the. speaker makes
use of the sound-producing struc structures
tures structures within the human larynx larynxor
or larynxor voice box. It will help them
find out whether an individual is
making efficient use of his voice.

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Wives' Rights
Group Grows

The integration movement in
Gainesville added another dimen dimension
sion dimension recently with formation of the
Gainesville Women for Equal
Starting Oct. 22, as the Fac Faculty
ulty Faculty Wives for Equal Rights, the
organization has grown to over 8C
active members, according to
Chairman Pro Tern Mrs. Mar Marshall
shall Marshall B. Jones.
Mrs. Jones, wife of the first
faculty advisor for the Student
Group for Equal Rights, founded
the new group with the aid of Mrs.
Richard H. Heirs, wife of a UF
religion professor.
Major project for the group thus
far has been picketing at the Col College
lege College Inn (Cl). The womens group

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relieves the Student Group for
Equal Rights of picketing chores
every Monday and Thursday
11 a.m. -- 12 noon.
The newly-formed womens
group plans to publish a news newsletter
letter newsletter within the next two weeks.
A proposed canvassing of local
business establishments regard regarding
ing regarding the problem of Integration has
been planned by the group.
Much discontent has been
aroused according to Mrs. Jones,
concerning distribution of United
Fund monies in the Gainesville
area. The womens group plans
to investigate the situation, Mrs.
Jones said.

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Larry Dupree Picked All-SEC

ATLANTA (UPI) Variety was
the theme of the United Press
International 1963 all-South all-Southeastern
eastern all-Southeastern Conference football team
announced yesterday, with nine
member schools, most in a decade,
Georgia Techs Engineers
placed their renown aerial battery
of quarterback Billy Lothridge and
end Billy Martin, boyhood&ehums
from Gainesville, Ga., on the UPI
team for the second season in a
The powerful line of the high highranking
ranking highranking Mississippi Rebels contri contributed
buted contributed tackle Whaley Hall and guard
Stan Hindman, the lone sophomore
on the team.
UPls 1963 all SEC team, se selected
lected selected by newspaper, radio and
television sports editors from
throughout the region, includes:
Ends, Martin and Billy Truax


It s All Over
For UF Saturday

Its been a long tough season and Saturday it will all be over. The
Gators will close out their 1963 campaign against the Florida State
University (FSU) Seminoles at Florida Field.
A win in Saturdays contest would give the Gators a 6-3-1 season,
one-half game better than the 1962 season. A loss would give the
Seminoles their first victory of the series. Theyve got the feeling
they can beat Florida this year after showing fine performances
against common opponents.
The Florida FSU game is one of the top intrastate rivalries in the
nation and has taken away much of the luster from the UF-Miami rivalry.
Students have been asked to back their team 100 per cent, but to refrain
from any overzealous act which will discredit the UF as the 1961 riot did.
In the Game last Saturday against Miami, Floridas offense put on
its best showing of the first nine-tenths of the season, making
no mistakes as far as fumbles and interceptions were concerned. They
also succeeded in taking advantage of every opportunity that arose.
Mira did gain a lot of yardage passing, but well credit that to his
ability instead of counting it against the Gator pass defense.
Rumor has it that if the Gators win Saturday there still might be
a bowl hid available. However, theres nothing sure and its only
Yellow Paper Caper
Last year an independent block on campus started what is now known
as the Yellow Paper Caper. Each Florida fan is asked to bring a
sheet of yellow paper to the FSU football game. This is also done for
the FSU basketball game in the Florida Gym.
What happens is that the UF cheerleaders ask the students * What
color is FSU ? and the very evident reply is YELLOW. At the FSU
game last year the east (student) stands were like a sea of yellow
every time the cheerleaders sent out the call. We think it had the
FSU players so shook up that they were called for jumping offside on
several occasions.
Because of the events of the weekend, we didnt get any new cheers
for campus groups, but we would like to see some banners and signs
at the game, tlroups are especially invited to so so. Make them funny,
biting, serious, tasteful, naughty.
Basketball Is Coming
It wont be long until we jump into the thick of the basketball season.
Next Tuesday night the Gators play host to the FSU basketball team at
Florida Gym (Yellow Paper applies here, too.) in the season opener.
Were looking forward to a good season with a fine basketball team.
We dont know what they can do against the best of the SEC, but we
think theyll give the top dogs a run for their money.
We'd like to take time to congratulate Larry Dupree for being picked
35 a member of the UPI All-SEC football team. Our hats off also
to Dennis Murphy and Jack Katz for making the third unit.
Theres no paper Thursday and Friday, wo well be back Monday
morning with what we hope is the complete inside dope on the Florida
FSU game.
Dont forget the yellow paper and STEW 1/2SU.

of Louisiana Eiate; tackles, Hall
and Herschel '-'urner of Kentucky;
guards, Hindman and Steve De Long
of Tennessee; center, Pat Watson
of Mississippi State; and backs,
Lothridge, Jimm y Sidle of Auburn,
and Benny Nelson of Alabama.
Dupree, on'\ a junior, joins
seniors Lothridge and Martin as
the only repeaters ffom the 1962
first team. Watson, also a jun junior,
ior, junior, moves up from the third team.
Other junto- s are Sidle and
This years all star liue aver averages
ages averages 225 pounds with Martin at
236 and Truax at 235 composing
the largest end corps ever named
to the team. Sidle and Dupree,
at 195 each, are the largest backs.
Most of the all conference
choices won their positions by
comfortable margins in the bal-

Sports Editor

loting. The closest race was at
guard where Hindman barely edged
out senior Robbie Hucklebridge of
The 1963 backfield has its em emphasis
phasis emphasis more on runnings than on
passing. Sidle, DupretHmd Nelson
are I*2-3 in the SEC rushing
column. Sidle leads the South in
total offense with I,673'yards and
has gained 967 yards rushing to
make him top contender for the
national title in that department.
Lothridge, second to Dupree in
rushing last year, has gained few
yards on the ground this fall but
is third in total offense with 1,128
yards and, more important, leads
the SEC in scoring and
point responsibility.
Three of* the top passers in
the on the second team.
These include pass-leader 1,204
yards Larry Rakestraw of Georgia,

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Perry Lee Dunn of Mississippi
and Joe Namath of Alabama.
Rounding out the second team back backfield
field backfield is halfback Ode Burrell of
Mississippi State.
The second team line includes
Allen Brown of Mississippi and
Howard Simpson of Auburn at ends,
Tommy Neville of Mississippi
State and Ray Rissmiller of Geor Georgia
gia Georgia at tackles, Hucklebridge and
Bill Van Dyke of Auburn at gurads
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The third team: Tommy In Inman
man Inman of Mississippi State and Ted
Davis of Georgia Tech at ends;
and Mike Calamari of Tulane
at tackles; JACK KATZ OF
FLORIDA and Ren.i Prudhomme
of L.S.U. at guards; Ruffin Rod Rodrigue
rigue Rodrigue of L.S.U. at center; and
Tucker Frederickson of Auburn,
Danny Lelanc of L.S.U. and Sonny
Fisher and Hoyle Granger of Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi State.

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FSU Tries To Break Jinx Saturday

Os The Gator Staff
'Those littlesisters from the
girls' school in Tallahassee
have apparently grown into some
big, tough mammas.
This year, for the first time in
the history of the UF Florida

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date remains, therefore, at 50-36-4.

State University (FSU) football
series, the Seminoles of FSU are
favored over the Gators by many
forecasterr. The two teams come
to grips Saturday at 2 p.m. on
Florida Field,
The Gator-Seminole intrastate
rivalry was innaugurated on an an annual
nual annual basis with the blessings of
the State Legislature in 1958. Flo Florida
rida Florida won the first three contests,
after which FSU rose to a 3-3
deadlock in 1961. The Gators won
again last year, 20-7.
FSU goes into Saturdays meet meeting
ing meeting with a 4-4-1 record. The Se Semenoles
menoles Semenoles have played well on some
occasions but not -so well on
others, according to Gator scout
John Eibner.
Against minor league compet competition,
ition, competition, FSU has looked monor lea league.
gue. league. Against major league compet competition,
ition, competition, theyve played major lea league,
gue, league, said Eibner, who observed
the Seminoles 21-15 loss to nat nationally
ionally nationally ranked Auburn last week.
FSU opened the campaign glor gloriously
iously gloriously with a 24-0 smashing of Mi Miami.
ami. Miami. In other efforts against
top teams, the Seminoles let Ge Georgia
orgia Georgia Tech for three quarters be before
fore before falling 15-7, shotdown North
Carolina State 14-0, then gave a
good account of themselves before
losing to Auburn.
In contrast, FSU was beaten by
Virginia Tech 31-23 and played a
scoreless deadlock with Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi Southern.
Eibner said the reason many
prognosticators are favoring FSU
over UF is the two teams per performances
formances performances against common oppon opponents.
ents. opponents. The UF, of course, has whip whipped
ped whipped Miami 27-21 but was shut out
by both Tech and Auburn.
The success of FSU is de defense,
fense, defense, Eibner continued. He said
the Seminole defense forced a lot
of mistakes, and compared it with
the Louisana State defense, which
also blanked the Gators.
Seminole head coach Bill Peter Peterson

son Peterson is a former assistant of LSU
coach Charles McClendon.
FSUs biggest name is tall
Steve Tensi, a highly advertised 6-
fOot-5 quarterback from Cincin Cincinnati,
nati, Cincinnati, Ohio. Eibner said, however,

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Alan Poe Chosen By Press
As State Back-of-the-Week

TAMPA (UPI) Alan The Raven
Poe made the most of his opportun opportunities
ities opportunities against Miami Saturday and
was named today as Back-of-the
Week by the Florida Sportswriters
Poe, a 5-8, 180 pound sopho sophomore

that a sophomore understudy, Ed
Pritchett, will start against UF.
Pritchett did a great job for
them against North Carolina
State, the Gator scout said.
They started him against Auburn

more sophomore halfback from Tampa, hadnt
seen much action this season until
the Miami game when he got his
big chance because of numerous
injuries to other oacks. He re responded
sponded responded with alert play that set
up the winning touchdown in the
27-21 victory over Miami.
Monday, the sportswriters
picked Florida States Dick Her Hermann,
mann, Hermann, an offensive guard and line linebacker,
backer, linebacker, as Lineman of the Week.
Others receiving votes yester yesterday
day yesterday as Back of the Week were
Miami quarterback George Mira,
Tampa quarterback Val Johnson;
and FSUs defensive halfback
Maury Bibent.
Poe recovered Miamis only
fumble to start off Floridas
winning drive and caught a 26-
yard pass in that drive. He

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and he did the same thing over a again.
gain. again.
Pritchett, displacing Tensi on
the FSU first team, is a lean 6-
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was credited with 13 carries for
43 yards and chipped in defen defensively
sively defensively with four tackles and one
Mira passed for three touch touchdowns
downs touchdowns against Florida while John Johnson
son Johnson completed 17 of 28
passes in a 14-8 losing cause
against Eastern Carolina. Bibent,
a sophomore, made 11 tackles and
four assists in FSUs 21-15 loss
to Auburn and intercepted a pass
to set 15) the first FSU touchdown.
Hermann, a 6-0, 200-pounder
from Marianna, won his award
for his defensive play against
ninth-ranked Auburn. He made
10 tackles and had eight assists.
Other linemen receiving votes
were Florida guard Gerald Odum
of Apopka, and Tampa end Jim
Galmin. f.