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FREE PHONES
FOR CAMPUS?
SEE PAGE 3

Pope Plans
Journey To
Holy Land

VATICAN CITY (UPI) Pope
Paul VI announced Wednesday he
will pay a pilgrimage next month
to the Holy Land, the first visit
by a Roman pontiff to the birth birthplace
place birthplace of Christianity in the history
of the church.
The surprise announcement by
the Pope at the end of his 30-
minute speech closing the 1963
session of the Ecumenical Council
drew applause from the 2,150
members of the Catholic hierarchy
assembled in St. Peters Basilica.
It also touched off speculation
that the historic journey would
be the forerunner of other and
longer trips by the Pope, perhaps
including one to the United States.
Vatican sources said it was pos possible
sible possible but highly unlikely that he
would visit the New York Worlds
Fair where he is sending Michel Michelangelos
angelos Michelangelos famed Pieta to be
exhibited next year.
The Pope did not disclose any
details of his planned visit to the
birthplace of Christ and the holy
shrines identified with Christs
life which now lie in both Israel
and Jordan.
But high Vatican sources said
the pontiff would travel by plane
the first time a Pope has used
his modern means of transporta transportation
tion transportation and probably would remain
in the Holy Land at least two
or three days. They sand he
would visit holy places in lx> Middle East nations.
Pope Paul will be the first
successor to St. Peter, who was
born in ancient Palestine, to set
foot in the Holy Land. He also
will be the first pontiff to leave
Aldo Moro
Takes Over
As Premier
ROME (UPI) Christian De Democratic
mocratic Democratic leader Aldo Moro ended
a month-long government crisis
Wednesday night by accepting the
premiership of Italy and forming
a center-left coalition cabinet that
isolated the powerful Italian Com Communist
munist Communist party in opposition.
Moro finally solved a thorny
dispute with the Socialists by bow bowing
ing bowing to their demands that he appoint
one of their followers, Antonio
Giolltti, a 48-year old ex-Com ex-Communist,
munist, ex-Communist, to the key post of budget
minister.
The new government is a four fourparty
party fourparty coalition thatjbrings Pietro
Nennis neutralist Socialists, for
many years the faithful allies of
the Communists, into the govern government
ment government alongside Moros pro-
Western Christian Democrats.
Also included in the government
are two smaller pro-Western
parties, the Republicans and the
Social Democrats.

The Florida
Alligator

V 01.56, N 0.63

Italy in 151 years.
We will see that blessed land,
from where Peter left and where
none of his successors have ever
returned, the Pope said.
St. Peter, one of Christs 12
apostles, was executed in Rome by
Nero in 64 A.D., according to
Catholic tradition.
The Pope told the council fathers
that we will most humbly and
briefly go to the Holy Land to
offer the church to Christ, to call
the separated brethren to its
sacred and unique fold, to im implore
plore implore divine mercy on behalf of
peace among men.
During the ceremonies, the Pope
promulgated the first two final
actions of the councils -decrees
on the liturgy public worship and
mass communications media.
The liturgy decree permits the
use of English and other modern
languages in the Mass and other
sacraments in place of the tra tradition
dition tradition Latin. The U.S. Catholic
hierarchy also has announced it
will met in the spring to work out
the forms ofthe new English Englishlanguage
language Englishlanguage texts.

Former Peace Corps
Volunteer Reminisces

After working his way through
college as a waiter, Dave Coombs
decided, Its time I did some something
thing something useful for someone else.
So he joined the Peace Corps.
Now a graduate student at UF's
Latin American Institute, he says
that the two years he spent as a
Volunteer in Chile are bound to
be the most meaningful years of
my life.
Hes got some gripes about the
way things went. But Ive come
back confident that I did contri contribute
bute contribute a little something to my
friends in Chile and positive that
the parts of their culture which
rubbed off on me have made me
a better human being.
Coombs helped to establish co cooperatives
operatives cooperatives among the farmers of
Chilian, a small city some 300
miles south of Santiago.
In one case the farmers burned
pine and oak trees to make char charcoal
coal charcoal for winter fuel in colder
cities, like Santiago. But they
had no transportation of their own
to get their products to market.
They were forced to sell their
charcoal to a trucking company,
which soaked up all the profits as
the middleman. <
We organized our co-operative
and bought a truck, cutting out
that expensive middleman. Then
our Volunteers in Santiago formed
a buyers co-op, and we sold
them our charcoal.
This all added up to the first
real commercial profit our people

University of Florida, Gainesville Thursday,

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808 BEERS
.. .accompanied by his wife,
Evelyne, and daughter Mar Martha,
tha, Martha, will provide a Lyceum
Council sponsored program
of folk music and humor in
University Auditorium at 8:15.

ever had made, and the first rea reasonably
sonably reasonably cheap charcoal these folks
in Santiago ever had bought.
Coombs, 24, of Delray Beach,
Fla., was graduated from Notre
Dame University, where he major majored
ed majored in modern languages. Hes
urging his fellow-Florida students
to drop-by the Peace Corps Infor Information
mation Information Center in Bryan Lounge
of the Florida Union to chat with
the Peace Corps recruiting team
about opportunities students have
to serve as Volunteers.
I left behind me 39 well-func well-functioning
tioning well-functioning co-operatives, Coombs
said, and I brought back more
maturity, memorable vacations in
Argentina and Rio de Janerio,

Christmas At UF
m
' Dec. 5 International Christmas Fair Sale, FU Social Room,
3-9 p.m. *-
Dec. 6 International Christmas Fair Sale, FU Social Room, %
3-9 p.m.
Sigma Nu Christmas Carol Reading by Dean Lester ||
L. Hale, University Auditorium, 7:30 p.m.
Dec. 7 Semi-formal Christmas Dance, Student Service
Center, 9 p.m.
Dec. 8 University Choral Union and Symphony Orchestra, m
and Faculty Soloists Annual Christmas Presentation: ||
Handels Messiah, Elwood Keister, Conductor, m
Florida Gym, 4 p.m.
Christmas on Campus and Tree Lighting, University p
Auditorium, 10:30 p.m.
Dec. 10 Childrens Christmas Party, FU Social Room, 4p.m. f|

r Dec.5,1963

Coed Hours
Extension
Considered

Sunday night curfews for UF
women students may be extended
if the Womens Student As Association
sociation Association (WSA) desides what type
of extension it wants.
Meeting this week to discuss the
possibility of extended Sunday
night curfews, a multitude of sug suggestions
gestions suggestions were put forth on the
matter.
The WSA representatives heard
Dean of Academic Affairs Lester
L Hale say that he would be more
favorable to a curfew extension
on Sunday nights which would
maintain the differential
privileges for seniors over fresh freshmen.
men. freshmen.
A proposal by WSA representa representatives
tives representatives to extend the curfew, which
is now 11 p.m. for all womens
dormitory residents, to 12 p.m.
for all students met with disap disapproval
proval disapproval from Dean Hale.
I would oppose a blanket shift
from 11 to 12 p.m. but would be
more favorable to a differential
shift in curfew, he said.
Representatives, in the
specially called session, heard a
variety of proposals on the Sunday
evening curfew extension. Some

fluent Spanish, an affection for
a foreign people, their customs
and their wine.
Coombs added:
If you're patient, understand understanding,
ing, understanding, have a real interest in people
and plenty of perseverence to
battle through the rough moments,
you cant afford to pass-up a
chance for Peace Corps service.
The information center will be
open 8 a.m. 10 p.m. today through
Friday and 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday. Placement tests are
being given four times daily. Those
who complete application blanks
and take the one-hour test can
learn by Feb. 1 whether or not
theyre qualified to be a Volunteer.

UF SWIMMERS
BEAT BAMA
SEE PAGE 11

suggestions made included:
--A blanket increase of one
hour onSundayevenings--meaning
all students would have to be in
by 12 midnight.
Allowing sophomore, junior
and senior women to take late
permits on Sunday night which
would allow them to stay out until
12 p.m. and closing the dormi dormitories
tories dormitories for all others at 11 p.m.
-- Treating Sunday night as a
regular week night with all regu regular
lar regular procedures in practice
including dormitory closing
at 10:30 p.m. and instituting the
regular system of late permits
with juniors and sophomores al allowed
lowed allowed to stay out until 11:30 p.m.
and seniors until 12:30 a.m.
Problems involved in the im implementing
plementing implementing of any of these plans
would be great, according to Dean
of Women Mama V. Brady, but
they could be solved.
Dean Brady, in referring to the
plan to make Sunday night as a
regular week night an act which
would differentiate against fresh freshmen
men freshmen women who are not allowed
late permits in their first tri trimester
mester trimester offered another sug suggestion.
gestion. suggestion.
The possibility of allowing
freshmen women one longseekend
a trimester away from campus,
beginning on Thursdayif classes
are taken care offwas brought
up by Dean Brady.
A representative of WSA will
meet with Dean Hale and his Stu Student
dent Student Advisory Committee to dis discuss
cuss discuss the matter of extended Sunday
night curfews next trimester.
UN Approves
South Africa
Arms Block
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. -(UPI)
- The United Nations Security
Council Wednesday unanimously
approved a ban on shipment to
South Africa of material for the
manufacture of maintenance of
arms and ammunition.
The embargo was contained in
a resolution introduced by Norway
as the culmination of a
concerted Scandinavian effort to
eliminate South Africa's apart apartheid
heid apartheid policy of racial discrimina discrimination.
tion. discrimination.
The United States, in what
American sources described as a
borad extension of its policy
toward South Africa, pledged that
it will respect the ban. But UjS.
Ambassador Adlai E. Stevenson
told the council the United States
will continue to send multi-pur multi-purpose
pose multi-purpose items that could be used
for peaceful or oppressive actions
- such asrtnl and raw materials,
to South Africa.



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European So/ons Reject US Plan

PARIS (UPl)~Lawmakers from
Britian and the sixEuropeanCom sixEuropeanCommon
mon sixEuropeanCommon Market countries Wednesday
rejected, in an upset vote, theU.S.
proposal for an Allied nuclear
force of surface ships with mixed
crews. The rejection came on a key
resolution presented to the seren serennational
national serennational assemble on the West Western
ern Western European Union WEU, an ad advisory
visory advisory body made of parliament
members from Britain, France, It Italy,

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aly, Italy, West Germany, Belgium, The
Netherlands and Luxembourg.
The assemblys vote has no bind binding
ing binding force. But the resolution will
be passed on to the governments
of seven WEU member nations as
an indication of opinion of members
of their parliaments.
In a surprise move, the assem assembly
bly assembly first adopted, 32-29, with five
abstensions, two amendments pro proposed
posed proposed by British Labor party
deputy leader George Brown to a
resolution before the assembly.
The amendments, in effect, block blocked
ed blocked any endorsement of the mixed

manned muclear force plan orig originally
inally originally advanced by the late Pre President
sident President Kennedy.
Browns move was supported by
several British conservative party
members. His amendments also
were backed by virtually all the
European Socialist deputies as well
as members of the French Union
for the New Republic --the French
governing party that supports Pre President
sident President Charles de Gaulle. Despite
the rejection, West German For Foreign
eign Foreign Minister Gerhard Schroeder
pledged anew his governments
solid backing for the Polaris Polarisarmed,

armed, Polarisarmed, mixed-manned force.
Schroeder, speaking after the
vote was taken, said the plan was
"one of those bold and fruitful in initiatives
itiatives initiatives which the free world owes
to the late President Kennedy.
Brown told the assembly ear earlier
lier earlier that the whole mixedmanned
force project would lead the al alliance
liance alliance in the wrong direction.
It would be adding only an in insignificant
significant insignificant proportion of the Allied
deterrent to the alliance, even if
the British V-bomber force and
the French force de frappe strik striking
ing striking force participated, which they

Campus May Get
Free Telephones

Free telephones may soon be
installed at the UF according to
Eric Smith, secretary of inter interuniversity
university interuniversity affairs.
The phones will be at first in
dormitory lobbies and the Florida
Union. More will come later if the
phones work successfully, Smith
said.
Florida State University (FSU)
is one of two Southern universi universities
ties universities to use the idea. It has inves invested
ted invested S6OO per month plus installa installation
tion installation and materials expenses to
maintain over 900 phones. Paul
Hendrick, UF student body presi president
dent president wrote FSU in September for
information on its system.
Study shows that free telephones
could be used at Florida if a few
problems could be ironed out. Pro-

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wout Brown said.
Brown said the chief weakness
of the mixed-manned surface for force,
ce, force, whose vessels would be e equipped
quipped equipped with Polaris missiles, was
that it would no
second-strike capability.
It would add nothing to our
deterrent posture/ he said.
In another speech to the assem assembly,
bly, assembly, Jacques Baumel, secretary
general of the FrenchGaullistUN
party, sharply attacked the mixed mixedmanned
manned mixedmanned force plan which he de denounced
nounced denounced as militarily absurd and
unrealistic.

tecting the equipment from damage
and keeping students from making
long distance phone calls are fore foremost
most foremost on the list.
FSU solved the long distance
question by making it impossible
to get an outside operator. This
involves expensive equipment.
Were looking over our own
facilities, said Smith, to see if
cant improvise and save money
on the pro; ct.
Approval for UF use of the free
telephones rests with C. C. Green,
head of Plant and Grounds.
Smith said that the phones will be
installed as sbon as possible.
He will know within the next few
days on what terms the project will
be implemented.



UF Jewish Students
Celebrate Chanukah

By KAREN HACK
Id like to be a Maccabee, so
brave and strong and bold.
To fight and win each fight Im
in but Im only six years old.
UFs 1,500 Jewish students might
well be humming this favorite Jew Jewish
ish Jewish childrens hymn next week as
they muster strength for final
exams and also observe Chanukah
celebration of the Maccabees
victory 2,000 years ago.
Judas Maccabeus and his four
brothers led a small, untrained
group of Jews in a three-year bat battle
tle battle against Antiochus Epiphanes,
Syrian king who conquered Pales Palestine
tine Palestine and destroyed Jewish temples.
Often called The Feast of
Lights, Chanukah symbolizes the
rekindling of the Jerusalem
temples light after the victory.
Chanukah, beginning Dec. 10, lasts
eight nights, as did the orginal
celebration in 165 B.C.
Jewish students will begin the
holiday with services at 7:30 p.m.,
Friday, Dec. 8 at Hillel Founda Foundation.
tion. Foundation.
Dinner, dancing and a candle candlelighting
lighting candlelighting ceremony will highlight the
first night of Chanukah at Hillel,
Sunday, beginning at 5 p.m.
Nightly Hillel candle-lighting
ceremonies will begin at 5 p.m.
Relatively unimportant until
about 50 years ago, modern Jews
give great emphasis to Chanukah
as a childrens holiday because if
falls near Christmas.
Generally a home celebration,
youngsters recieve gifts and fa families
milies families light their own candle men mendorrah
dorrah mendorrah and sing ancient hymns.
Starting with one candle the first
night, an additional one is lighted
UF Fact Book
Offers Varied
Information
This semester the University
of Florida offered 201,111 semes semester
ter semester hours of student instruction.
In the fall semsester of 1955-56,
the university only offered 163,911
hours.
These figures are found in The
Fact Book, maintained by the Of Office
fice Office of Academic Affairs. This
book is kept on a current basis
and contains information on oper operations.
ations. operations.
According to Robert B. Mautz,
vice president for academic
affairs, the book will serve as an
document of record and informa information
tion information and will aid in university
operations.
Tu? book contains all manner
of records concerning university
operations. It carries figures
from 1956 through 1961 on such
things as enrollment breakdown,
number of degrees awarded, grade
distribution charts and student
teacher ratios.
There are also records of fresh freshmen
men freshmen entrance examinations with
the comparison of sources for pre previous
vious previous years. It contains a chart
of student enroll ment broken down
into geographic distribution by
state and country.
The books lists the total en-,
rollment for 1961 as 13,634; with
9,691 men and 3,934 women. 7,403
students in University College,
4,830 in Upper level, and 1,401
graduate students. Non Florida
students numbered 1,533, and for foreign
eign foreign students 428.
In 1960-61, during the fall
semester the university offered
1,334 courses, coyering all areas.
2,309 degrees were given in
1960-61. This figure is further
broken down into types of degrees
and the colleges that gave them.

on each suceeding night, recount recounting
ing recounting the eight nights it took the
Maccabees to locate oil for the
temple light.
Foods ere associated with many
Jewish holidays and Chanukahs
dish is the latke--potatio pancake.
UF students far from their home
kitchens can sample latkes during
the holiday at Aunt Jemimas Kit Kitchen,
chen, Kitchen, manager Sam Harris said.
People are usually tickled pink
to find we serve the real thing,
said Harris.
Latkes have no religious sig significance
nificance significance but are German pancakes
traditionally associated with Chan Chanukah.
ukah. Chanukah.

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Beers Play Tonight

By REID POOLE
Head, UF Dept.
Os Music
When Bob and Evelyne Beers
appeared on the regular Lyceum
series last May, they were so well
received by the campus audience
that the Lyceum Council
immediately began plans to bring
them back again. Appearing with
Evelyne and Bob tonight at
8:15 p.m, in University Auditorium
daughter, Martha, eighteen years
of age. Martha represents the
sixth generation in which the Beers
family lore has been practiced.
Martha not only plays the psal psaltery,

Thursday, Dec The Florida Alligator

tery, psaltery, as does her father, but also
guitar and banjo. She sings songs
that have been passed down through
her family from her great, great,
great grandmother, Annie.
The Beers present not only a
most felicitious brand and variety
of folk music, but a wonderful di dimension
mension dimension of American folk humor,
the essence of which one must
be present to enjoy.
- The Beers are from an obscure,
Montana go Id m i ni n g ghost
town, called New Year. They
offer songs and lore, straw beat beating,
ing, beating, psaltery playing, and

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historic fiddle traditions, dating
all the way back to the Revolu Revolutionary
tionary Revolutionary War period. Bob accom accompanies
panies accompanies the family singing on the
ancient instrument, the psaltery;
he is, in fact, the worlds greatest
player of this instrument. The
psaltery is an ancestor of the harp harpsichord,
sichord, harpsichord, resembling a spinet in
appearance, but possessing no key keyboard.
board. keyboard. The strings are plucked
by the fingers.
The appearance of the Beers
is offered as a Lyceum Council
extra, there is no admission
charge and everyone is invited to
attend.

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VISITS COMMONS
LONDON (UPI) Sir Wins Winston
ton Winston Churchill, who was 89 last
Saturday, made his first visit to
the House of Commons Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday during the present session of
Parliament.
He arrived at the doors of the
chamber in a wheelchair and was
assisted to his seat by fellow
members. Shortly afterward
Prime Minister Sir Alec Douglas-
Home came in, shook hands with
Churchill and sat beside him.
* *
FOR WOMEN ONLY
NEW DELHI, India (UPI)
Buses for women only have begun
rolling on New Delhis regular
routes. Officials said the buses
are intended to spare women from
the crowding and pushing that oc occurs
curs occurs at bus stops during rush
hours and to spare the younger
women from the attentions of young
rowdies whom the Indians call
Eve teasers.
* *
MORE BRITONS EMIGRATE
LONDON (UPI) An estimated
127,000 Britons emigrated from
this country last year, 21,000 of
them going to the United States,
the Overseas Migration Board said
Wednesday. The figure repre represented
sented represented an increase of 3,500 emi emigrants
grants emigrants over 1961.
* *
TO VISIT U.S.
THE HAGUE, Netherlands (UPI)
- Prince Bernhard, husband of
Queen Juliana of the Netherlands
will travel to the United States
Thursday to deliver a speech
scheduled for Friday night at the
UjS. Military Academy, West
Point, N.Y.
*
LEAPS ON PYRE
NEW DELHI, India (UPI)
A 27-year-old widow was report reported
ed reported Wednesday to have leaped onto
her dead husbands funeral pyre
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Mdhya Pradesh. The reported
suicide followed the ancient
custom of suttee, which has
been banned in India for more
than a century.
* *
UPHOLD PENALTY
SEOUL, Korea (UPI) A Re Republic
public Republic of Korea army appellate
court-martial Wednesday upheld
death sentences imposed on Lt.
Gen. Park Im Hang, former Ist
Army commander, and three other
persons for plotting a coup early
last year against South Korean
strongman leader Park Chung Hee.
* *
FIRE HITS CAPITAL
VIENTIANE, Laos (UPI)
The worst fire in this Laotian
administrative capital in two years
destroyed half of a business block
Tuesday night, and left about 100

Cancer Report
Prompts Study

PORTLAND, Ore. (UPI) The
American Medical Associations
House of Delegates Wednesday
voted to undertake an all-out study
on smoking after a survey showed
the death rate among cigarette
users was more than double that
of non-smokers.
The doctors, organization said
it hoped to find out exactly which
human ailments are caused or
aggravated by smoking and which
part of the cigarette may be re responsible.
sponsible. responsible. The groups board of
trustees earlier this week
proposed the long-range research
program by its education and re refoundation.
foundation. refoundation.
The survey report Wednesday
was given by a pipe-smoking
cancer expert on the basis of a
three-year study of nearly 74,000

persons homeless.
* *
COMMENDS NAVY
TAIPEI, Formosa (UPI)
Adm. Claude V. Ricketts, u.S.
vice chief of naval operations'
said here Wednesday the Nation Nationalist
alist Nationalist Chinese navy had made
quite noticeable advances since
he last served in the Western
Pacific in 1955. Ricketts, on an
estensive tour of U.S. installations
in the Pacific, returned to Taipei
Wednesday from a large Sino-
American combined exercise in
Southern Formosa.
* *
HARD TO CALL
LONDON (UPI) Tattler, Bri British
tish British weekly magazine for the upper
crust, reported Wednesday that
President Johnson is the hardest
man in Washington to get on the
telephone because he never gets
of the line.

men.
Dr. E. Cuyler Hammond, di director
rector director of the American Cancer
Societys statistical research,
said the study involved 37,975
men over 40 who smoked a pack package
age package or more of cigarettes per
day and a similar number who did
not smoke.
He said that 1,385 of the smo smokers
kers smokers died during the 34.3 month
period compared to 662 of the non nonsmokers.
smokers. nonsmokers. Os the cigarette smo smokers,
kers, smokers, 110 died of lung cancer com compared
pared compared to only 12 of non- smokers.
Coronary artery disease took the
lives of 654 smokers and only 304
non-smokers, the report said.
Dr. Hammons report was pre presented
sented presented to the American Medical
Associations (AMA) 17th clinical
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The Florida Players' current production, "Charlie's
Aunt" can be seen in Norman Hall tonight through
Saturday night. Admission is free for UF students
and curtain time is 7:30 tonight, 8 p.m. Friday and
Saturday.

IN CARACAS

Home Os British
Minister Attacked

CARACAS (UPI) terrorists
shot up the residence of British
Ambassador Sir Douglas L. Busk
Wednesday. No one was hurt and
damage was minor.
The attack on the diplomats
home in the country club suburb
broke several windows.lt was car carried
ried carried out from a speeding car and
at least one burst of sub-machine sub-machinegun
gun sub-machinegun fire was heard. The attack was
interpreted as a reprisal for the
action of the Trinidad, British West
Indies government in returning to
Venezuela the terrorist hijackers
of a Venezuelan commercial air airliner
liner airliner last week.
Earlier, the government an announced
nounced announced a major victory over Com Communist
munist Communist guerrillas in a dawn sur surprise
prise surprise attack on a Falcon State
mountain stronghold in which army
patrols killed 21 rebels.
The embassy incident was the
first assault by terrorists on other
than American officials and busi business
ness business firms. There were rumors
that British installations-including
Huge Shell Oil Co. holdings-would
be targets henceforth.
There have been reports of ter terrorists,
rorists, terrorists, anger over Trinidad
Prime Minister Eric Williams, ac action
tion action in returning to Venezuela the
six young rebels led by a woman
who hijacked a Caracas bound plane
over Bolivar City last Thursday
and flew it to Trinidad. Williams
said he would not allow Trinidad
to be used as a base for sub subversion
version subversion against Venezuela.
Interior Ministry spokesman
Abraham 3aiz said Wednesdays
attack on the guerrilla encampment
in the Heque Mountains, 475 miles
northwest of Caracas, resulted in
only one army casualty.
Baiz reported the guerrilla dead
included Maj, Douglas Bravo
and 11 Lt. Jose Noruera. He said
their deaths were confirmed al although
though although their bodies were carried
away by the guerrillas who es escaped.
caped. escaped. \
Press dispatches from the area
said the guerrillas who escaped
included Domingo Urbanina,a fu fugitive

gitive fugitive from justice wanted in the
1950 assassination of Col. Car Carlos
los Carlos Delgado Chalbaud, then mili military
tary military junta president; and Pablo
Cazezas, engineer turned guerrila.
Both are known Communists.
Another guerrilla casualty was
identified as a Venezuelan army
lieutenant who deserted recently.
Press dispatches said the army
patrols surprised the guerrillas
after capturing a peasant who was
taking supplies to them.
It was the governments first
major breakthrough in the long
campaign against the elusive guer guerrilla
rilla guerrilla bands which have infested
Falcons Mountains.

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Candy Aids
Students All
Over World
The World University Service is
selling candy this trimester in an
effort to raise money to aid college
students throughout the world.
According to Jim Weber, who is
in charge of the candy sale for the
UF, over 890 boxes have been
sold at the UF.
When all the candy is sold we will
have made a profit of $384 to be sent
to the World University Service
collection.
The candy sale program is apart
of the International Student Service
Organization, which operates on
college and university campuses
all over the world.
Each participating school raises
money on its campus in various
ways, Weber said. The money is
then sent to the International Stu Student
dent Student Service Organization and is
used to aid colleges and students
of the world.
The University Religious As Association
sociation Association is sponsoring the candy
sale on the UF campus.
The candy is sold in fraterni fraternities
ties fraternities and sororities on campus.
Each group received 12 boxes of
candy to sell among themselves or
on campus.
Five of the sororities have also
been selling the candy to various
fraternities, Weber said. The
candy was sold to faculty members
and students on campus as well.
There is no competition on
campus among the participating
fraternities and sororities, but
each group has bought about 12
boxes of the candy.
In the past we raised money
by asking for contributions among
the students and faculty, Weber
said. However this trimester
we thought we could raise the
money by selling candy on campus
rather than just asking for con contributions.
tributions. contributions.
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DOLLARS FOR SCHOLARS
BASKETBALL GAME TICK TICKETS
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OF THE FLORIDA UNION
TONIGHT AT 7:15.

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A Problem In The Future
What should be the policy concerning racial integration of fraterni fraternities
ties fraternities and sororities? The question will eventually boil down to the
right of the University Administration to influence the operation of
Greek organizations.
The UF is unquestionably legally integrated and, judging from the
success of the Negroes currently studying here, it will shortly become
integrated in a more realistic sense. Integration is more than the
legal right for Negros to be somewhere or to participate in some
function. It necessarily involves their acceptance as well.
One of the more dominant characteristics of the fraternity structure
is the selective membership system. Some fraternities will not
permit Jews into their brotherhood, but this is up to the individual
nouses. In the same way that some houses bar Jews and most bar
Negros, some refuse acceptance to those who do not wear button buttondown
down buttondown shirts and madras belts.
These things are not only rights that a selective membership
organization must have to retain its purpose, but these rights are
easily defensible. A fraternity is built around a group of individuals
with common characteristics and a collective interest in each others
well-being. In order to preserve the common denominator that is
the nucleus of the system, the 'Tten-misused concept of brotherhood
must be kept in mind. This is why one house can be vastly different
from another without being less effective.
Each house has a definite personality, and its members will naturally
attract individuals who will fit into it. This process would be greatly
impaired by interference from the administration.
There has been no indication that any such interference is even,
being considered on this campus, but the problem is beginning to arise j
at other schools around the country. As integration takes its inevitable
course, these problems will undoubtably come to UF, and will have to ;
be dealth with.
The question currently at the University of Texas is whether fra fraternity
ternity fraternity houses, which, as here, are subject to certain university regula regulations,
tions, regulations, are to be considered as some form of university housing. As
such, they would be required to comply with the same university
procedures for determining who shall and who shall not be admitted.
We believe a fraternity house, organized as it is here, is a private
enterprise which exists for the mutual benefit of the membership,
and which voluntarily relinquishes some of its rights to the adminis administration
tration administration for its own well being. A fraternity cannot serve its purpose
if its membership is regulated from without. Fraternities, in the
majority of cases, will not voluntarily rush, pledge and initiate Negroes
for some time. And, finally, integrationists and members of the
Ciyil Rights movements will soon demand that fraternities integrate
and will call them bigots and racists until they do.
Planning ahead is much in order here. This campus has had much
success with integration, and will undoubtedly solve this problem
without violence. But much tension will be averted by looking to the
future and preparing for the problems it will bring.

This social commentary from
the student paper at the
University of New York at Buffalo.
Dear Ma *n Pa,
Last weekend were the Panhel Panhellenic
lenic Panhellenic Ball, an mah frien Bernie
got me a date for it. Her name
were Bernice, an she were per pertier
tier pertier than a pig in a poke. She had
her hair all blown up in one o
them beehives, sos it looked like
she exhaled through the top o her
heard, an she wore this perty
black eyeshadow with lipstick to
match. Then she wore this pair
o black stockins what made her
legs look like she hadnt had any
blood in there for bout a week.
An when ah tell you she coulda
opened clams with them long
fingernails, well ...
So we was in the car together
on the way to the pre-ball cocktail
party when she asked me whar ah
was from. So ah told her ah was
from Sioux City, an* she said, Oi
doont beLIEVE it. From thar,
everythin' went down hill.
When we got to the cocktail par party,
ty, party, she introduced me with al o*
her good ole soroJ ity sisters. They
all had boufant hair an black eyes
an* black legs too. Sos ah almost
lost track o which one Bernice
wasfact is, ah woulda, cepter cepternice

Homespun Commentary

nice cepternice had a wart on her nose an
none o the others did.
Anyways, everyone she intro introduced
duced introduced me with asked if ah had had
a drink yet.
So ah figgered ahd be sociable
an' ah had a drink with everyone
ah met, cause if ah didnt have a
drink in mah hand, an they didnt
have a drink in their hand, nobocy
could talk an wed just stare at
each other--this way we could sip
while we stared.
She introduced me with one girl
who asked if'n ah had any hobbies,
an ah said ah collect string, an
then she told me how shes been
savin match covers ever since she
was three an that now she had
734,7383 o em an how she never
went nowhere where she didnt
pick up at least one an that that
were a fascinatin hobby especial especially
ly especially for anyone who travels a lot
like she has ever since she were
little with her mother an father
all over the country like to Roches Rochester.
ter. Rochester.
She introduced me to a nice guy
who were pinned to one o the sis sisters,
ters, sisters, an he asked me how ah liked
school, an ah said ah couldnt
complain. He said that were lucky
cause he had this one course
where the guy automatically failed
thirty ought three o the students

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Greeks Have Narrow Minds

By ALAN LEVIN
Up until now, my articles have
dealt basically with the means the
fraternities have of choosing their
members and training their
pledges. These are in general
the means with which the fra fraternity
ternity fraternity creates and perpetuates
itself. But, what about the actual
fraternity in itself? Does living
the fraternity life benevit an in individual,
dividual, individual, excluding the previously
discussed harms? I think not.
The member of a fraternity
lives in a world centered around
the fraternity. The fraternity be being
ing being made up of mostly similar
types of men, the member comes
in contact with very little diversity
of opinion or action. It may seem
that a particular fraternity has
all types of guys in it, but
when placed on a scale with the
entire campus it can be seen to
occupy a very small range of

an how he had this other one
where the guy never showed up
cept to give exams, an how he
just got notice from Hayes Hall
that an error was made in his
registration which they just found
an how he really aint registered
after all an he dont know hes
goin to tell his ma n pa an dont
know what to do so thats why he
were goin to get kazoobered to tonight
night tonight an ah dont know how lucky
ah am, sob.
She introduced me to the girl
they took from Borneo sos no one
could say their sorority were pre prejudiced.
judiced. prejudiced.
Well, after all that meetin an
drinkin*, ah dont remember too
much o the ball itself cept two
things. One girld couldnt get her
date to go; he just kept sayin
Wha, we got all the booze we
wantedsos who wansh to dance,
anyway?
An then later on in the evenin,
when no one were smilin anymore
cause all the hooch had worn off,
ah met the girl from Borneo again.
She couldnt get a date, so she
were takin tickets at the door. She
smiled a perty smile what all
her heart were behind an said.
"It's a lovely party isnt it?
Your lovin son,
Jethro

personalities. This is why the,
fraternity man often developes a
narrow-minded outlook on life.
He can only view things from a
single point of view (the point
of view of his brothers)and fails
to see things from a different
persons standpoint. For example,
it is all right to appreciate or
favor one type of style of dress.
But it must be understood that
this is a subjective judgement
and different opinions prevail. Yet,
due to the single- mindedness
caused by fraternity association,
the members often ridicule a
person for things ranging from
wearing the wrong color socks
to the wrong hair style.
In his book 1984, George Or Orwell,
well, Orwell, coined the phrase double doublethink.
think. doublethink. I have never before seen
such striking examples of the
human minds power to completely
disregard some point of know knowledge
ledge knowledge in one case while using t'nai
same information in another case,
as I have seen in fraternities.
It is the brothers ardent desire
to prove to everyone including
himself that his fraternity is the
greatest. The lies he tells dur during
ing during rush would not be half so bad
if the majority of members didnt
believe them themselves. They
can actually take"iirNoeeur4~ence
happenning in one fraternity that
also happenned in their own, and
prove even to themselves that one
is good and one is bad. Such train training
ing training in thought habits is good train training
ing training for future members of the
John Birch Society.
Without getting political though,
I do constantly see cases where
a man who holds certain political
or moral beliefs in affiars of the
world refuses and soon is unable
to anply these thoughts to HIS

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own fraternity. Is this training
for the future? Is education colely
for discussion purposes and in inapplicable
applicable inapplicable in life?
This is precisely the training
the fraternity man gets. He prac practises,
tises, practises, that right is what ever will
best serve the fraternity, and yet
he can still consciously retain
his principles of right and wrong
which he never realizes he is
breaking. Os course irrational
thinking such as the above
examples are practised on a per personal
sonal personal level by almost everyone.
But here it is encouraged and
treated as proper conduct by all
the influences on the member (the
influences being other members).
No single outsider can possibly
overcome so much encouragement
even if it is wrong, whereas on
a personal level such thinking
meets with constant rebuke. Who
will think themselves wrong when
one hundred men are screaming,
Lambda Poo all the damn time
right behind?...or are they
screaming, We love Big
Brother?,
Please sign all
letters. Names
will be with withheld
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We reserve the
right to edit
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reasons.
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EMUBBiI]

f Color Them Again

(Editors Note: This letter was
written by a UF professor.)
EDITOR:
Even Mauldin misses his target
on occasion, and Don Addis should
probably be forgiven the rather
silly cartoon in Wednesdays Alli Alligator.
gator. Alligator. But when Addis AND the
editor join in attacking the people
I love, gentlemen, I get m -a- d.
The coloring book editorial
says of the students it satirizes
(for working hard, playing hard,
and -- so far as I can make oilt
-for not wearing tuxedoes to
class) that their adult friends
call them young men and women
and future leaders of America.
God save America.
I cant speak for God, but as
an adult friend, I say that these
young men and women,thesefu women,thesefuture
ture women,thesefuture leaders, represent the finest
Fly It Right
EDITOR:
The proceedure for raising the
American flag should be reviewed
by those responsible for this cere ceremony
mony ceremony at Florida Field.
Raising the flag should be done
briskly while lowering of the
flag, either at the end of the day
or to half-staff as for President
Kennedy, should be executed slow slowly
ly- slowly
Those of us who are sensitive
about such details concerning the
display of our flag stood in agony
during the home games while the
Stars and Stripes inched their way
up the flag pole, It was particularly
noticable at the F.S.U. game. It
was embarrasing, and in a sense,
detrimental to our national pride.
Name Withheld
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hope America has recently had.
Theres nothing about a college
education, or about college
students as a group, which guaran guarantees
tees guarantees better citizenship, finer com community
munity community relations, or even more
individual decency, in a nation.
But with the Crop of Americans
we are growing the Judy Brills,
the Susan Saunders, the Gene
Tracys, the Morton Wolfsons, the
thousands of fine, clean, thoughful
men and women who make up our
student body it seems certain

Hail The Greasy Spoon

EDITOR:
Let me heartily endorse a snack
bar formally called the Tolbert
Area Greasy Spoon. It offers those
with a lack of taste in food an
opportunity to gorge themselves
and one may (or shall I say has
to) pay before receiving the delect delectable
able delectable morsels that are served.
This evening was the third time
that I have had the honor of wait waiting
ing waiting fourty-five minutes for apizza.
It takes approximately one half
hour to transport the pizza from
the refrigerator to the oven, (any (anything
thing (anything taking more skill than mak making
ing making a hamburger poses quite an
enigma to our loyal Spoon
servants.) Certainly it doesnt take
any talent to handle a refrigerator
pizza, but ....
After polishing off the pizza, I
endulged in a cake mix special
that seems to have taken the en entire
tire entire University Food Service by
storm. After all, the seventh grade
home economics courses do mar marvelous
velous marvelous things with Betty Crocker.

Take a "Break From
Cafeteria Lines...
Get the TOWN HOUSE habit.
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that if America CAN be saved,
God wont have to work nearly
so hard to accomplish the task.
Color those students again. Red,
for the blaze of their hope. White,
for the stars that they reach for.
Blue, for the horizons theyll
attain. And for those of us who
watch them daily, with occasional
dismay, frequent impatience, and
Constance affection, color them
golden, as Americas most pre precious
cious precious resource.
Name Withheld

Unfortunately, (or should I say for fortunately)
tunately) fortunately) the cak;e had been resting
amid the vittals sincepre-Thanks sincepre-Thanksgiving
giving sincepre-Thanksgiving days. A cement sidewald
should harden so good as my cake
did.
Oh, well, I could go on but heart heartburn
burn heartburn seems to have grasped me
in its clutches and I need to take
some Turns. Who can beat the Tol Tolbert
bert Tolbert Greasy Spoon?
No. 11390, pick up
MQUIET!
Witlf) the final exam period
coming on, now is a good time to
practice a little good will. Most
of us will be doing the assign assignments
ments assignments for the whole trimester for
the first time and this kind of con concentration
centration concentration will require study con conditions
ditions conditions of an exceptional nature.
We would suggest that football
not be played in the dorm halls.
This will do a great deal to pre preserve
serve preserve peace on earth.

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--63-3t-c). (C---63-3t-c).
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WANTED quiet, refine, young wo women
men women to share efficiency apartment
beginning Jan. Ist. Across from
Campus 321 S.W. 13th St. (C (C---63-lt-c).
--63-lt-c). (C---63-lt-c).
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Autos

1956 BUICK hardtop coupe, fully \
equipped. White wall tires, good \
condition First $275 takes.
6-6483. (G-61-3t-c).
1957 FORD Convertible. R and
H, power steering, brakes, excel excellent
lent excellent condition. Main St. Gulf
Station. 6-6403.5395.(G-62-st-c).
1962 AUSTIN HEALEY 3,000
Mark 11, Blue, leather interior,
heater, radio, overdrive, A-l
condition. $2,295. Call Ed 6-1094
or Sandra after 5 6-5448, (G-62-
3t-c).
1957 PLYMOUTH convertible
power steering, radio, white walls,
carpeting. Clean condition. $395
cash. Call Charles Stuzin FR
2-9404. (G-62-2t-c).

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 transpor transportation
tation transportation call 466-9295.(M-8-68t-c).
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For Sale

SIX KITTENS, 8-week-old, black,
black-on-black and calico. For
sale for 10£ each from Eileen
Addis. Call Mclntosh Exchange
591-2126 or my daddy in the Stu Student
dent Student Publications office.
NEW and USED Band Instruments,
Guitars and Amplifiers. Music
and Acessories. Complete
BAND INSTRUMENT 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),
NEW HOME 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).
1956 MOBILE TRAILER For
Sale. 8* x 30, ideal for students.
Located in nice park. Call 6-9689
or 2-1552. (A-56-tf-nc).
FOR SALE 1956 Olds Holiday.
Good condition. Best offer. 1962
Motor Scooter, Cushman. Half
price. FR 2-1339 after sp.m.(A sp.m.(A---63-3t-p).
--63-3t-p). sp.m.(A---63-3t-p).
j.
SAVE SSO on 1963 Raleigh motor
bike. Tool Kit and air pump
included free. Phone Bob Prager,
6-9142, 3i Trusler. (A-61-3t-c).
GRADUATING COUPLE LEAVING
country. For sale classical guitar
with case, Smith Corona portable
typewriter, barbecue grill,lamps,
bookcase. 1216 N.W. 23rd Blvd.
After 4 p.m. (A-61-3t-p).
HOUSE FOR SALE 113 N.W. 25th
St. CENTRAL HEAT, paved street,
fenced, near campus. 3 br. den,
Phone owner at 2-7169. (A-62-
st-c).
FOR SALE Philco Refrigerator,
Excellent condition. Leaving and
don't need. Only $45. Call Bob
Miller 2-1627 or see at 306-B
NW 16th St. (A-62-3t-c).

Lost 6l Found

LOST Loose leaf notebook and
C- 51 Testbook -by Armory. Re Reward
ward Reward offered call Dave Adams.
372-9128.(L-59-st-c).
LOST Tennis racket, press and
cover 11/27/63 by Norman Courts.
Reward. Contact J. Lindsey
2-5445. (L-61-3t-p).
WeQaToR,
WANTS You
The Alligator wants
YOUR GIRL
for
GATOR GIRL.
We invite readers to
submit pictures of their
favorite girls for use in
this feature.

For Rent

DOUBLE ROOMS for rent. Pri Private
vate Private entrance. Maid service.
Clean, light, airy rooms. $22.50
per person per month. Call Davids
House 2-9222 or 2-8255. (B-62-
Bt-c).
AFTER JANUARY Ist, 3 bedroom
House on Cowpen Lake. Call
481 -2282 and talk to present oc occupants,
cupants, occupants, a graduating student
couple. (B-62-3t-c).
2 ROOMS FURNISHED. MOTEL
type unit. For male students.
Private entrance. 2 blocks from
Main Library extending 19th St.
NW some units have refrigerators,
air conditioning, reasonable.
University approved 6-6494. (B (B---62-6t-c).
--62-6t-c). (B---62-6t-c).
BRAND NEW APT. Air-con Air-conditioned,
ditioned, Air-conditioned, heat, Completely fur furnished
nished furnished for 3 or 4 people. 2
blocks from campus. 6-8591 call
after lunch. (B-62-3t-c).
SUITE of rooms. Comfortable
twin beds with beauty rest
mattress. Sitting room. No cook-'
ing except for coffee. Perfect for
professors or male students.
Across from campus. 321 SW 13th
St. Available Jan Ist. Applications
taken now. (B-63-lt-c).
FURNISHED APT FOR MEN all
utilities furnished except gas for
cooking. Share a bath, $45 month
FR 2-7366 after 5:00 p.m. All
day weekends. (B-56-ts-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, SB4 per mo. Tenant
pays electric. Call FR 6-4353
evenings. (B-60-ts-c).
HOUSE FOR RENT 3 or 4 male
or female students. In country
8 miles from campus. Available
Jan. Ist for trimester. SIOO for
3, $l2O for 4. For appointment
call 2-0481. (B-61-st-c).
NEW AIR CONDITIONED APT.
402 NW 18th St. Completely fur furnished.
nished. furnished. Washing machine. Com Comfortable
fortable Comfortable for 3 people. 3 blocks
from campus.6-3490.(8-62-st-c).

Help Wanted

HELP WANTED --Male or female
to sell inexpensive jewelry before
Christmas. For appointment call
2-0481. (E-61-st-c).
SECRETARY NEEDED. Part Parttime.
time. Parttime. Beginning second trimester.
Office, steno experience neces necessary.
sary. necessary. Working days Tuesday and
Thursday. Call Hillel Founda Foundation.
tion. Foundation. 2-2900 after 1:00 p.m. (E (E---63-st-c).
--63-st-c). (E---63-st-c).

H| GIFT & BRIDE SHOP
N. W THIRTEENTH STREET
GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA
THE REASON PEOPLE PASS ONE DOOR
TO PATRONIZE ANOTHER STORE
IS NOT BECAUSE THE BUSIER PLACE
HAS BETTER ACCESSORIES. GIFTS OR LACE
OR CHEAPER PRICES: BUT IT LIES
IN PLEASING WORDS AND SMILING EYES
THE ONLY DIFFERENCE I BELIEVE
IS IN THE TREATMENT FOLKS RECEIVE
We Gift-Wrap, Mail, Deliver. Central Chaige
Student Accounts Welcome

Sen. Young
Accents GOP
Party Future
Republicans in Florida will
be a highlight speech given by
Senator C. W. Bill Young (R.-
Pinellas County) at tonights Young
Repbulicans meeting. He wil ac accent
cent accent the partys future in this state.
Senator Young, 33, has been ac active
tive active on numerous senate commit committees,
tees, committees, including the controversial
Johns Committee. He was
elected in 1960 at which time he
was Floridas only Republican
Senator.
A Floridian for almost 20 years,
Sen. Young served as District As Assistant
sistant Assistant to Congressman William C.
Cramer, in several state Young
Republican offices, and as honor honorary
ary honorary Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms
at the Republican National Con Conventions
ventions Conventions in 1956 and in 1960 prior
to his election to the Senate.
The/meeting is scheduled for
8:15 p.m. Thursday in 121 Florida
Union. The public is invited.
Students Use
IBMs For UF
The UF Computing Center
makes available two IBM digital
computers for students use for
class and individual work.
Individuals can use the com computers
puters computers one hour a trimester with without
out without previous instruction or ex experience.
perience. experience. A staff of operators and
programmers is available also to
aid in the use of the facilities.
A free, non-credit course is
given each trimester at the Center
to teach interested students and
staff members how to program and
use the IBM computers.
Plans are underway to have,
starting next fall trimester, appro approximately
ximately approximately two weeks programming
in the C-42 curriculum, which will
include the writing and running of
a program on the universitys High
speed digital computer, Compu Computing
ting Computing Center Director Dr. J. E.
Maxfield said.
Higher
Death Toll
CHICAGO (UPI) The Na National
tional National Safety Council said Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday 35,170 persons were killed
in traffic accidents during the
first 10 months of this year and
1.3 million persons were seriously
injured.
The Safety Council said the
October toll of 4,000 was 3 per
cent higher than one year and
eclipsed the previous October re record
cord record of 3,985 in 1936.
Name Streets
DIJON, France (UPI) The
municipal council of this city in
central France has decided to
name streets for President Ken Kennedy
nedy Kennedy and Pope John XXIII.



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...at the Florida Union's International Christmas Fair
Sale. Ginger Harrel, Pep Michie and Mike Shafer are
unpacking some of the items that were sold at last year's
fair. Sale ends Friday.

Religious Talk Set

For the Life of the World
will be the topic of a series of
addresses presented on campus
and in Gainesville by Anwar Bar Barkat
kat Barkat of Pakistan Sunday and Monday.
Barkat, a representative of the
Commission on World Mission of
the National Student Christian Fed Federation,
eration, Federation, will live at Georgia Sea Seagle
gle Seagle Hall during his Gainesville
stay.
His first speaking engagement

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will be at 6:15 p.m. Sunday at the
First Baptist Church. Barkat will
speak to the Faculty Christian Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship at the Student Service Cen Center
ter Center at noon Monday. He will wind up
his speaking engagements Monday
at 6:30 at Geogia Seligle Hall.
Barkat will meet with students
and staff interested in knowing
more about the 19th Ecumenical
Student Conference on the World
Christian Mission.

Asian Study Aid Offered

HONOLULU, HAWAII The
East-West Center graduate schol scholarships
arships scholarships -- considered one of the
Hearing Set
For Suspended
A&M Students
TALLAHASSEE (UPI) The
Board of Control Wednesday sch scheduled
eduled scheduled a hearing for Friday on the
appeals of two Negro students sus suspended
pended suspended from Florida A & M Uni University
versity University for their activities in ra racial
cial racial distrubances.
The hearing will be held at
Marymount College, Boca Raton,
at 2 p.m. EST.
Reubin Kenon, Lake City, and
Mrs. Patricia Due, Miami, were
suspended from A&M after they
were convicted of contempt of court
and fined SI,OOO each for their act activities
ivities activities in leading a disorderly ra racial
cial racial demonstration in front of a
local theater earlier this year.
They were fined for violating a
court order by Cricuity Judge Ben
Willis limiting the number of pick pickets.
ets. pickets.
The two Negroes asked Federal
District Judge G. Harrold Cars Carswell
well Carswell to order their reinstatement
in the state supported university
for Negroes. Carswell refused,
ruling that the Negroes had not
exhausted administrative rem remedies
edies remedies by taking their case to
teh Board of Control which ad administers
ministers administers the university system.
Nuclear Sub
Joins Fleet
NEWPORT NEWS, Va. UPI
The James Monroe, a nuclear
powered Polaris armed sub submarine,
marine, submarine, will join the fleet here
Saturday in commissioning
exercises.

Thursday, Dec. 5,1963 The Florida Alligator

leading grants available in Asian
and Pacific area and language stu studies
dies studies are being offered again
to American students.
The Center is a national ed edcuational
cuational edcuational institution located on the
University of Hawaii campus and
affiliated with other institutions in
Asia, the Pacific areas and the
United States.
Applications for the 100 scholar scholarships
ships scholarships offered for 1964 must be
submitted as soon as possible.
Deadline is January 1, 1964.
The scholarships, each valued
at about $8,5000, includes round roundtrip
trip roundtrip travel costs and a small per personal
sonal personal allowance.
American students will engage
in Asian or Pacific Islands stu studies
dies studies offered by the University of
Hawaii, long noted for these fields.
Students will augment their studies
during the most unique part of
the Center grant --a three to six sixmonths
months sixmonths field study in an Aslan or
Pacific area.
Grantees from the U.S. will join
students from 27 Aslan and Pac Pacific
ific Pacific countries in cultural and social
activities, as well as in regular
classroom studies.
Other Center institutes provide

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interchanges for technical parti participants
cipants participants and for advanced senior
scholars-in-residence.
Full information and application
forms may be obtained by writing,
Director of Selection, Institute for
Student Interchange, East-West
Center, c/o University of Hawaii,
Honlulu, Hawaii (96822).
Reception Set
A reception will be held for
all students going on the New
York trip tonight at 7:30 p.m.
in Bryan Lounge of the Florida
Union,
Information concerning the trip
will be available to the students
at the reception. Refreshments
will be served.
Status Symbol
LONDON (UPI) An adver advertiser
tiser advertiser in the Times of London
Wednesday put a Swedish-built
sports car on the market with
the words: Status symbol for
sale. Owner unfortunately chan changing
ging changing status.

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Griffith Resigns
Post At Georgia

ATHEN, GA. (UPI) Johnny
Griffith, the youthful University of
Georgia football coach who failed
to field a winner in three sea seasons
sons seasons after succeeding Wally Butts,
resigned yesterday. His successor
was not immediately named.
The resignation came as no sur surprise.
prise. surprise. Griffiths three-year record
was 10-16-4 and his best season
was this past one when Georgia
finished at 4-5-1 by losing all of
its last four games.
Alumni dissension, based par partially
tially partially on the fact that the Bull Bulldogs
dogs Bulldogs won only tnree games in each
of Griffiths first two seasons,
became worse this past fall af after
ter after Griffith appeared as a wit witness
ness witness against Butts in the former
coachs libel suit against the Sat Saturday
urday Saturday Evening Post.
The Post allegedly quoting Grif Griffith
fith Griffith at times, last March published
article accusing Butts of giving
Georgia football secrets to the Uni University
versity University of Alabama. Butts won a
$3,060,000 judgement.
, University President O.C. Ad-
GOLLEC E BASKETBALL.
Toledo 82 Ohio Wesleyan 54
Villanova 72 Princeton 59
Colgate 85 Hartwick 73
Indiana 108 Notre Dame 102
Mich. St. 101 Western Mich. 100
Xavier O. 69 Tennessee 57
Air Force 82 Color. West. 68
Connecticut 95 Amer. Int. 49
Cincinnati 60 Miami Ohio 56
Eastern Ky. St. 78 Louisville 65

erhold, who announced the resig resignation,
nation, resignation, said the 39 year old Grif Griffith
fith Griffith would remain at Georgia as
a member of the faculty of the
Department of Health and Physical
Education.

Dooley Takes
Bulldog Reins
ATHENS, GA. (UPI) Vince
Dooley, 31 year old freshman foot football
ball football coach at Auburn, yesterday
was named head varsity coach at
the University of Georgia to
succeed Johnny Griffith.
Dooley, a former Auburn quart quarterback,
erback, quarterback, was named head coach of
the Bulldogs by new Athletic Dir Director
ector Director Joel Eaves, former Auburn
basketball coach.
Griffith, who failed to field a win winner
ner winner in three seasons after suc succeeding
ceeding succeeding Wally Butts, resigned
earlier in the day. That was the
way they wanted it. Im disappoint disappointed
ed disappointed but bear no bitterness, Griffith
said.
Dooley was quarterback at
Auburn for the 1951-52-53 sea seasons
sons seasons and in 1953 led the Tigers to
a 7-2-1 record, their best in 17
years. f



Swimmers Beat Bama / 77-18

TUSCALOOSA, ALA. (Special)--
Floridas swimming Gators opened
the quest for their ninth straight
Southeastern Conference swim swimming
ming swimming championship with a 77-18
smashing of Alabama here yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday.
The Gators captured firsts in
every event tying one varsity and
setting five pool records in the
process.
Jerry Livingston, the UFs All-
America, tied a varsity record
when he swam the 50-yd. free freestyle
style freestyle in 22.7 seconds. Livingston
took another first with 2:02.4 in
the 200-yd butterfly for a pool re record.
cord. record.
The Gators two relay teams,
the 400-yd. medley relay team and
teh 400-yd freestyle relay team,
both set pool records in the UF
victory. The 400-yd. medley re relay
lay relay team composed of Rod Hub Hubbert,

Miami Chances Slim
For FIC Loop Repeat

CORAL GABLES, University
of Miamis long domination of the
Florida Intercollegiate basketball
conference may come to an end
this season.
For the last six years, the Hur Hurricanes
ricanes Hurricanes have won the title with
identical 9-1 records. Before that,
they had tied Florida Southern col college
lege college for the flag with an 8-2 mark.
That was in 1957, last year that
Florida State was in the league.
Florida State won the first two
championships.
Coach Bruce Hales Hurricanes
lost four of five starters from the
1962-63 champions and though sen sensational
sational sensational Rick Barry returns, the
rest of the cast has yet to prove
it can take up the slack. Miami
definitely will be weaker at cen center
ter center where 7 foot 1 inch Mike Mc-
Coy was tops in height, scoring
and rebounding. A late January
road trip in which four league foes
will be met on five nights may
cause Miamis downfall as the
team has yet to show it has
any reserve strength.
Stetson, perenniel runner up,
aims higher this time. The Hat Hatters
ters Hatters lost their fine center, La Lamar
mar Lamar Deaver but picked up Geor Georgia
gia Georgia Southern transfer Joe Perkins.
The 6 foot 9 inch center is rated
a better rebounder than Deaver and
a brilliant point maker. The Hat Hatters
ters Hatters have good experience and
depth to go with him and Glenn
Wilkes team must be rated as
the most likely to dethrone Miami.
Jacksonville lost its great star
Roger Strickland but has a host
of new talent along with the amaz amazing
ing amazing Ralph Tiner, one of the finest
shotmakers around. Richard Ken Kendalls
dalls Kendalls team had a 5-5 league mark
last year and the Dolphins fol followers
lowers followers insist theyll be better this
year.
Florida Southern, which tied
Jacksonville for third place last
season, has the most veteran ma material,
terial, material, with seven of 11 letterman
returning. Coach Tom Greene will
build around Tim Eisnaugle, last
seasons most valuable player.
With no player taller than 6 feet
6 inches, the Mocs may find that
lack of height a bar to their cham championship
pionship championship hopes. However, they will
be bidding strongly for a first
division finish.
Bob Lavoys University of
Tampa Spartans loom as the dark
borse outfit this season. Tampa
outscored its la laoutscored
outscored laoutscored its league foes last sea season
son season but lost several close ones
to finish fifth with a 4-6 record.
Brilliant George Shary, the lea leagues
gues leagues best point maker, returns

bert, Hubbert, Charlie King, Dick Harmon
and Jim Roos/outswam the Tide
opposition with a time of 3:57.0
and the 4 team composed of Livingston,
Roos, Hubbert and Dick Farwell
swam the course in 3:28.8.
Other pool records were shat shattered
tered shattered by Farwell and Ray White Whitehouse.
house. Whitehouse. Farwell won the 200-yd.
freestyle in the first time he ever
swam the event with a time of
1:55.5. Whitehouse completed the
200-yd individual medley course in
2:10.0.
Roos took the 100-yd. freestyle
for Florida with 52.2 seconds. In
the other two swimming events
Farwell placed first in the 200-yd
backstroke with a time of 2:17.9
and Bill Corbing won the 500-yd.
freestyle with the time of 5:37.2.
Florida placed first and second

along with two starters. New mat material
erial material is good but the extra start starters
ers starters are expected to come from
some highly touted transfers who
sat out last year.
Boyd Coffies Rollins Tars have
been 0-10 in the league for
a couple of years, retain only
a couple of years, retain
only Phil Hurt and Butch Hearn
as starters. However, the crop
of new players is the best Rol Rollins
lins Rollins has had to offer in many
seasons and things are looking up.
The word from Winter Park is
that therell be a few upsets in
the making there.

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in the diving with Lansing Price
and Jerry Chaves finished one-two.
The Gators move on to Nashville
today to face the Vand.'abilt Com-

Delts,FiiisCapiure
Mural Track Titles

By GEORGE MIMS
Delta Tau Delta and Phi Gamma
Delta won the Orange and Blue Lea League
gue League intramural track meet champ championships
ionships championships respectively Tuesday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon.
DTD won the Orange league ti title
tle title with 39 points and Sigma Nu
placed second with 19 points.
PGD won the Blue League title
with 35 1/2 points, with Delta Up Upsilon
silon Upsilon trailing with 23 points for
the second place position.
For the Orange League Hal Sey Seymour
mour Seymour of Kappa Alpha jumped 6 feet
5 inches to win the high jump event.
Seymour was the only one to break
a record. The previous record of 6
feet 5 inches set in 1940.
In the discus Sidney Mo-
Clean of DTD threw 135 feet 3
inches to win first place.
The 100 yard dash was won by
Dale Heard of Sigma Nu. His time
was 10.4 seconds. Fred Wyman of
DTD won the 880 with a time of
2:06.8.
In the Blue League, Jim Emerson
of Chi Phi jumped 5 feet 8 inches
to win the high jump event and Don

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modores. Friday theUF swimsSe swimsSewanee
wanee swimsSewanee and Saturday Emory in At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, winding up its pre-
Christmas activity.

Heber of Tau Kappa Epsilon won the
discus event with a throw of 128
feet 11 inches.
Jim Shalls of Delta Chi won the
880 with a time of 2:11.5. The last
event on Monday was the 100 yard
dash won by Jene Baker of Delta
Upsilon in 10.7 seconds.
The track meet concluded on
Tuesday with the last four events
DTD took three out of the four
events for the Orange League com competition.
petition. competition. Calvin Hayden of DTD won
the 220 with the time oi 23.5, the
440 yard relay with the time of 46.4.
Sidney McClean threw 51 feet
9 inches to win the shot put event
for DTD also.
SAE took the broad jump with
Andy Smith jumping 20 feet
10 inches.
In the Blue League, PGD won
all the events of the day. John
Nedlin won the 220 with 24.4 as his
time, the 440 yard relay was on with
the time of 48.3, the broad jump
was won by Charlie Johnson, who
jumped 19 feet 10 inches. The shot
put event was won by Alex Sterns,
who threw 41 feet 2 1/2 Inches.

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