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Ocala Picketers Arraigned Today

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Vol. 56, No. 65

Americans Kidnapped;
Johnson Offers Aid

WASHINGTON (UPI) Pres President
ident President Johnson Sunday night offered
full assistance" to the Bolivian
government to help rescue four
U.S. officials kidnapped by Bol Bolivian
ivian Bolivian tin miners.
White House Press Secretary
Pierre Salinger said the offer ex extended
tended extended to whatever assistance"
A UF coed was attacked, but
not seriously injured Friday night
near a pond between Grove Hall
and Stadium Road.
The girl, a-junior, told police
she noticed someone following
her, then suddenly was hit on
the back of the head.
Her cries evidently scared her
assailant, who ran into a nearby
She stumbled into Grove Hall
for help, where some architecture
students were working in a lab.
David Epperson, SAR, telephoned
the campus police.
Police searched the area, but
found no one. No arrests were
Sergeant E.H. Shoup took the
girl to the infirmary.
She was not seriously hurt,"
said patrolman B.M. Bishop.
After x-rays were made, the
girl was released to return to
her dormitory.
A different version of the inci incident
dent incident came from one of the students
in Grove Hall.
About seven of us were working
in the lab around 9 oclock when
someone heard cries," reported
the student, a senior in archi architecture.
tecture. architecture.
The boy who heard the shouts
thought a girl cried, Oh no, you
wouldnt do that!"
We ran out to help. Her head
was bleeding."
She.said she could not identify
at all the man who clubbed her herwhether
whether herwhether he was short, tall, white
or Negro."
We took the girl inside, called
the police, and then a professor,
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University of Florida, Gainesville Monday,

the Bolivian government requests.
The kidnapped Americans were
two U.S. Information Agency of officials,
ficials, officials, a labor adiviser for the
foreign aid agency, and a Peace
Corps volunteer. They were taken
prisoner in the Bolivian mining
town of Catavi in reprisal for the
Bolivian governments arrest of
several labor leaders.
The White House announcement
said Johnson has been assured
by President Victor Paz of Bo Bolivia
livia Bolivia through the American am ambassador
bassador ambassador that every effort is being
made to secure the prompt re release"
lease" release" of the American officials.
In line with his determination
to protect U.S. citizens every everywhere,"
where," everywhere," the White House state statement
ment statement said, President Johnson has
offered fulll assistance to Pre President
sident President Paz in his action on behalf
of United States and other foreign
The Americans were seized a along
long along with local mining officials,
including a Dutch and German en engineer.
gineer. engineer.
The White House statement said
UJS; officials had receivd assur assurances
ances assurances for the safety of the A Amerleans
merleans Amerleans from the mining com company
pany company and from a union leader, who
was not identified.
The statement said the mission
undertaken by the captive Amer Americans
icans Americans was the kind of human humanitarian
itarian humanitarian U.S. citizens are
engaged in around the globe.
Salinger was questioned by
newsmen about how far the U.S.
offer of assistance went.
He declined to spell this out,
except to say it would be what whatever
ever whatever we are requested by the gov government
ernment government of Bolivia to provide."
The White House statement cal called
led called the siezure of the Americans
indefensible," Johnson, immed immediately
iately immediately on his return from New York
today, conferred with Secretary of
State Dean Rusk, Edwin Martin as assistant
sistant assistant secretary of state for Latin
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Bundy on the Bolivian arrests.
Shortly after the meeting, the
statement was issued by the white
house news office.

268 UF Students
Take Corps Test

A total of 268 University of
Florida students took the Peace
Corps Placement Test last week
in what has been termed the
greatest response Peace Corps
ever has known in the South.
Those who took the. test and
completed applications will find
out by about Feb. 1 whether or
not they are qualified to serve
as Peace Corps Volunteers. Most
said they intend to complete their
college education before joining
the Peace Corps.
We estimate that more than
7,500 students dropped by our
information center at one time or
another," said Paul Daly, who
co-ordinated the recruiting drive.
Eight members of the Peace Corps
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Eight UF students and four pro professors
fessors professors will be arraigned today
in Ocala City Court on charges
of breach of the peace, after
arrest Saturday during integration
picketing activities.
They are: Dr. Austin B. Creel,
professor of religion; Dr. Mar Marshall
shall Marshall B. Jones, professor of psy psychiatry;
chiatry; psychiatry; Edward Richer, C-5 in instructor;
structor; instructor; David Sheehan, C-3 in instructor;
structor; instructor; Tom Berkshire, 3 AS;
Julian Brown, 3 AS; Mary Helen
Berkshire, lUC, Robert Cannedy,
7ED; Linda Devin, 7AS; Nadya E.
Hellinger, 2UC; June E. Litler,
3ED; Marilyn Toby Sokolof. lUC.
The students and proses sors
were arrested for breach of the
peace by Ocala police and held
in jail for more than 6 hours be before
fore before posting bail of $6,000.
A statement by Dr. Creel, read
at a press conference late Sunday
night, gave this version of the ar arrest:
rest: arrest:
On November 30,1963, the Rev.
Frank Pinkston, President of the
Marion County Chapter of the

on campus all week to administer
the test and pass-on information
about Peace Corps opportunities.
We knew this was a great
Peace Corps school, Daly said.
More than 30 former Gators al already
ready already are Volunteers. But this
response surpassed our most opti optimistic
mistic optimistic estimates.
Im certain that were going
to get an excellent group of Vol Volunteers
unteers Volunteers from this group. Theyre
well-motivated and skilled."
Actually, more than 300 Gators
signed up to take the test, however,
some said they were forced to
postpone this due to the press
of impending exams.

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N.A.A.C.P. picket line protesting
racial discrimination in Ocala. A
major difficulty in Ocala, Pinkston
explained, is ttat just one white
person had stepped forward to Join
with Negroes in the protest. It is
not integrationists vs. segre segregationists,
gationists, segregationists, but black vs. white,
Pinkston said. The presence of
white people on the picketline in
Ocala would demonstrate the pos possibility
sibility possibility for. sympathetic whites in
Ocala to begin active support of the
Negro movement.
Rick Rlvenbark, Chairman of
the Student Group for Equal Rights,
then called a meeting of the Stu Student
dent Student Group leadership for Sunday
evening, December 1, and again a
meeting was held on December 4.
It was decided to accept Rev. Pink Pinkstons
stons Pinkstons invitation to participate in
the Ocala picketing. Because the
limitations of time made it im impossible
possible impossible to call a meeting of the
entire Student Group membership,
it was decided to act as indiv individuals,
iduals, individuals, not as a group. Therefore,
all those who joined the pickets
in Ocala were acting as indivi individuals.
duals. individuals.
In order to avoid any confusion
steps were taken to inform var various
ious various authorities of the plans to go
to neighboring Ocala.
First, Rick Rlvenbark, Mar Marshall
shall Marshall B. Jones, Assistant Pro Professor
fessor Professor of Psychiatry, and David
R. Sheehan, an Instructor In En English
glish English (the latter two, faculty ad advisors
visors advisors to the Student Group) met
on Wednesday, December 4 with
Frank Adams, Dean of Men, Uni University
versity University of Florida. Adams asked
that the trip to Ocala not be a
group activity,; but recognized the
right of the individuals to act as
they saw fit, as long as it was with within
in within the law.
Further efforts were made to
avoid confusion on the part of Ocala
authorities. On Friday afternoon,
December 6, Dr. Marshall B.
Jones and David R. Sheehan went
to Ocala and met with Mr. Ted
Tucker, the F. 8.1. agent In Ocala.
(See Picketers, Page 2)

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Picketers Arraigned

(Continued from Page 1)
Tucker was told that 8 to 15 uni university
versity university students and some faculty
spokesmen would be in Ocala for
the express purpose of picketing
with the N.A.A.C.P. on Saturday,
December 7, No protests, other
than peaceful picketing, wejre plan planned,
ned, planned, Tucker was told. Tucker said
he had no idea how the towns townspeople
people townspeople would react t whites
picketing with Negroes, but he had
no specific information on any pos possibility
sibility possibility of violence.
After talking with the F. 8.1.
agent, Sheehan and Jones went to
talk with Ocala Chief of Police,
Kenneth Alvarez. With Alvarez
was Fred Krim, identified at that
time as City Prosecutor. Jones and
Sheehan told Alverez that students
would be coming the nextmorning
to Ocala but would do nothing more
than picket. Jones said that the
police and the F. 8.1. were being
told of these plans in order to elim eliminate
inate eliminate any confusion as to the i identity
dentity identity or intentions of any of these
Well, youve told me, said Al Alvarez.
varez. Alvarez.
Krim then asked why the stu students
dents students were coming to cause vio violence
lence violence in Ocala. Jones replied that
they were coming, not to cause
violence, which not one wants, but
because of moral convictions the
students hold and their legal right
to express those opinions. At one
point in the conversation, Krim
said that a a former student of
the University of Florida he knew
what the university was like: a
nest of communist and radicals.
Alvarez expressed a belief that
the pickets might be spat upon,
and be the objects of obscene com comments,
ments, comments, or perhaps worse.
The police did not question the
legality of the students partici participation
pation participation in the picketing.
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they appreciated the possibilities
of difficulty, but wanted to min minimize
imize minimize these chances by speaking
beforehand to the police.
Alvarez expressed thanks for
the information, and Sheehan and
Jones left.
A meeting of all those stu students
dents students and faculty spokesmen who
had decided to go to Ocala was
held Friday night, December 6.
The possibility of danger result resulting
ing resulting from the first appearance of
whites in the Ocala lines was
stressed. Also stressed was the
fact that this was not an official
activity of the Student Group for
Equal Rights.
Saturday, Dec. 7, at 9 a.m.,
students and professors left
Gainesville for nearby Ocala. They
arrived at the Covenant Baptist
Church in Ocala, where picket as assigments
sigments assigments were made, after a
prayer and song.
At 11 a.m. the pickets were
driven to the blocks to which they
were assigned, and picketing
began. There were two white stu students
dents students and five to six Negroes and
a faculty spokesman on eachline.
An Ocala policeman was stationed
on each block and squad cars fre frequently
quently frequently drove by.
At no time during the picket picketing
ing picketing did any of the students see
any sign of possible trouble. Al Although
though Although some people did mutter ob obscenities
scenities obscenities and expressed bewild bewilderment
erment bewilderment at the presence of white
girls on the picket lines, no large
group gathered and no one made
any effort to disrupt the peace peacefulness
fulness peacefulness of the picket line.
The only crowd that gathered
was on the Court House Square,
composed of police, City Prose Prosecutor
cutor Prosecutor Krim, and others believed
to be local officials. They were
engaged in animated talk for some
time. The pickets continued in
tranquility, under the alert super supervision
vision supervision of the police and faculty

The lines were scheduled to
come down at 12:30 p.m. How However,
ever, However, between 12:15 and 12:25 po police
lice police moved in on the lines and
arrested all the white pickets and
also the faculty spokesmen, who
were not picketing.
None of the Negro pickets were
When Linda Devin asked the
arresting officer what the charge
was, he said, Breach of the peace
by disorderly conduct. When
Miss Devin asked what specifi specifically
cally specifically they had done, the officer
said, You will be told later.
The picket line and entire
Court House Square area were
still quiet, tranquil, and peace peaceful
ful peaceful when the arrests were made,
according to all the students and
professors arrested.
All those arrested (eight stu students
dents students and four professors) were
taken to the Ocala City Police
Station where they were booked,
finger-printed and charged with
Breach of the Peace. When they
asked for details about the rea reasons
sons reasons for their arrest, Chief Al Alvarez
varez Alvarez said, That will come out
After being held at the City
Police Station for approximately
three hours, the students and pro professors
fessors professors were then transferred
to the Marion County Jail, where
they were again booked, finger fingerprinted
printed fingerprinted and put in cells.
At 6:30 p.m., after almost six
hours under arrest, the students
and professors were released on
bond, arranged by Rev. Rrank
The students and professors
returned to the Covenant Baptist
Church where they ate supper,
attended a mass meeting held at
the Church between 8:30andl0:30,
and returned to Gainesville.
Still the police had not ex explained
plained explained to the students or pro professors
fessors professors the reason for their
At the church meeting, N.
A.A.C.P. Youth Council leader
Marcellus Gaines said, This is
for you. This is for the freedom
of every man and woman, boy and
girl in Marion County. We are de determined.
termined. determined.
Freedom is choosing. The Negro
is like a trapped animal. Were
going to picket. Were going to
demonstrate. Were going to let
the world know what were doing.
We shall overcome.
WASHINGTON (UPI) Sever Several
al Several Northern Republicans said Sun Sunday
day Sunday that Sen. Barry Goldwaters
presidential chances have been
greatly weakened by Lyndon B.
Johnsons accession to the White
House and it is time for the GOP
to start looking for a liberal
Among those declaring that the
political picture had changed ab abruptly
ruptly abruptly with President Kennedys
death were Sens. Jacob K. J a
vits, R-N.Y., George D. Aiken,
R-Vt., and John Serman Cooper,

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Peace Corps Committee
Established On Campus

A Peace Corps Committee of UF
students was inagurated today on
The committee will continue
much of the seven-person infor infornational
national infornational team which recruited at
the University last week. Recruit Recruiters
ers Recruiters termed that drivey**One of the
best weve ever had anywhere.
The committees members
mainly are freshmen and soph sophomores
omores sophomores who already have made
up their minds to volunteer for
Peace Corps service when they
finish four years of college.
Before leaving the campus, the
recruiters schooled the committee
on the ins and outs of Peace Corps
service. Committee members now
can pass on precise information
to fellow-students, a team mem member
ber member said.
The committeee will also be
equipped to show the Peace Corps
movie and provide speakers at
various meetings of clubs, frat fraternities,
ernities, fraternities, sororities and other or ororganizutions.
organizutions. ororganizutions.
They may open a special office
one-hour a day where students may
come for printed materials, appli applications
cations applications and general information.
They are to work closely with Col.
Glenn.A. Farris, director of the
International Center, who is the
official Peace Corps liason officer
on campus.
At its organizational meeting,
the committee named Wilbur L.
Young, a senior from South Miami,
temporary chairman.
Other members:
Dan Schulgasser, sophomore
from Hialeah; Bob Reilly, a soph sophomore
omore sophomore from Sarasota; Bonnie Lew Lewinsky,
insky, Lewinsky, freshman from Key West;
Dianne Lane, a sophomore from Ft.
Lauderdale; Hall Cain Jr., afresh-
Fine Arts
Aims For
The Florida Unions Fine Arts
Committee is aiming for diversity
next trimester. Scheduled events
range from a jazz festival to a
sports car show.
Chairman Edith McLaughlin said
the committee will also present
programs to aid students in un understanding
derstanding understanding the more complex Ly Lyceum
ceum Lyceum Council productions.
Major events for the Winter Tri Trimester
mester Trimester are:
Jan. 31 Max Morath, Honky
Tonk style pianist will perform in
University Auditorium.
Feb. 21 Jazz Concert, open
to all jazz groups, will be held
in University Auditorium.
Mar. 22 Sports car show will
be given in cooperation with the
Sports Car Club, site undecided.
April 3 Second annual photo
contest finals. An amateur contest
open to all university photogra photographers.
phers. photographers. Deadline for entries is
March 31.
Motherly Fire
A small brush fire near the
west side of Matherly Hall Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon poured out clouds
of smoke and attracted some 50
The Gainesville fire department
sent three trucks, including an
** aerial, but the flames were
drenched in minutes by a single
water hose.
The ground near Matherly was
covered with dry pine needles.
Capt. J. R. Hardee said the fire
was probable caused by a cigar cigarette.
ette. cigarette.

man for Gainesville; Debbie Harts Hartsshorne,
shorne, Hartsshorne, sophomore of Palm Beach;
and Jim Nichols, a freshman from
Boynton Beach.
The Peace Corps has more than
900 similar committees working on
campuses throughout the nation.

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In less than a year, Jack Ascherl (8.5., Business, 1962)
has turned in outstanding performances on four different
assignments with Southern Bell in Pompano Beach, Florida.
As a Commercial Supervisor, hes run a section of a
business office with leeway to make his own decisions. And
then, as Public Relations Coordinator, he improved the
PR program for his district.
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limited to this initial group. The
committee expects to expand by pe petitioning
titioning petitioning other students who plan to
make Peace Corps part of their
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used. And this led to a key troubleshooting assignment on
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To Southern Bell, Jack is a man who gets things done!
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* The Florida Alligator Monday,Dec.9,l963


Justice In The Closet
Ocala police arrested four UF faculty members and eight students
who were picketing on the sidewalk around the Marion County Court Courthouse
house Courthouse Saturday.
Assurances had been given by the Ocala Police Chief that there was
nothing illegal about the march, and the Student Groups plans were
announced in advance.
In spite of the assurances and announcement, the arrests were made,
the picketers were detained in jail for six hours, and bond set at what
we consider to be unreasonable levels under the circumstances. Negroes
who were among the picketers, were not arrested.
It would appear that Ocala stuffed justice into a closet for a while
and tried to defend what it thought to be its right to be induferent to
human rights.

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Levin Mistaken

Alan Levins attacks on the fra fraternity
ternity fraternity system clearly indicate
that he does not understand either
the structure of the purpose of
Greek letter societies. A fra fraternity
ternity fraternity is not a part of the college
educational program and is not
meant to include everyone. It is
not an omnibus of activities nor
a necessary stage in intellectual
development the absence of which
will leave a void in a students life
causing frustration and insecurity.
On the contrary, a fraternal
organization is designed to provide
those who desire it and who will
benefit from it, with a brother brotherhood,
hood, brotherhood, a nucleus for social acti activities
vities activities and a cooperative organiza organization
tion organization composed of individuals
willing to work together for their
mutual advantage.
Necessarily, then, those who
will become members of such
an organization must be thoroughly
scrutinizied and trained in order

I have just read your (Alan
Levins) article criticizing the
13,000 Colorless
Perhaps I am a cynic and have
no faith in man,
But I agree with Addis and the
Alligator clan,
Who in their spoof on college life
which appeared some days ago,
Showed a Georgia article truly in
the know.
Show me, name withheld, a clean
and thoughtful man,
An indipendent-thinking, studious,
honest man,
And I'll show you a wondrous man,
a man we ought to see,
But which we dont, because hes
just a small minority.
14,000 students here who say they
want to learn,
Perhaps a 1000 really do and from
the mass can turn,
But of the rest, conforming best,
achievements little weigh,
So I propose we color, all 13,000
Robert G# Hardwood

A Building Block

to determine their ability to
function as a member of the bro brotherhood
therhood brotherhood and to instill in them a
sense of belonging which is
necessary in order to insure ef efficient
ficient efficient operation. These are the
purposes of the pledge system.
Not everyone, indeed not even
the majority, will find member membership
ship membership in a fraternity to their ad advantage
vantage advantage but those that will are
intent on examining closely the
perspective brothers. Often
times, individuals who will not
be assisted by membership in a
fraternity, will seek membership
anyway for what they think they
can receive. These people will
be a detriment to the house and
the house must reserve to itself
a method of protecting itself.
To those who believe that fra fraternity
ternity fraternity membership is discrimi discriminatory,
natory, discriminatory, I would suggest that it is
that discrimination that makes the
system what it is.
Ted Clelland

fraternity structure. You give,
in this article, your idea of what
is wrong with the fraternity system
but I thinly that you are mistaken.
The pledge-brother relationship is
one of the building blocks of fra fraternities.
ternities. fraternities.
Every brother in a fraternity
has been a pledge at one time. As
pledges, they met the standards
set by the house and by the
brothers. They qualified to be
brothers under these conditions
and thus become eligable to guide
the new pledges. They must make
sure that these pledges meet the
requirements to become brothers.
When a person pledges a house,
he does so of his own free will.
He understands the conditions of
pledgeship and knows that he can
depledge anytime he finds that the
fraternity is not what he wants.
Being a pledge makes him a judge
of the fraternity itself.
Both the pledges and the bro brothers
thers brothers are judges. It is a necessary
state that helps develop the spirit
of their fraternity. Without spirit,
brotherhood would not exist and
without brotherhood a fraternity
would not be a fraternity.
I hope that you understand that
I respect your (Alan Levins)
opinion but I reserve my right to
express my opinion also.
Bill Ferro

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Justice Ocala Style

Would like to take this oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to thank the editors of the
Junior Varsity Playboy for supply supplying
ing supplying me with the perfect finishing
touch to any truly complete
collegiate pin-up collection a
daring three page foldout of an
Bob Dew
Being of the Jewish faith, I was
pleased to see an article in the
Alligator on the holiday of Cha Chanukah.
nukah. Chanukah. I dont know whether the
author of the article was Jewish
or not, but she has made a very
grave mistake which I would like
to correct.
Miss Hack states that until re recently,
cently, recently, Chanukah was not an im important
portant important holiday and that modern
Jews gave Chanukah great em emphais
phais emphais . because it falls near
Christmas. The Chanukah holiday
has absolutely nothing to do with
Christmas. It has always been an
important holiday because it sign signifies
ifies signifies the victory of the Jews and
the miracle of God. It has always
been popular because of its tra traditional
ditional traditional gift-giving and its won wonderful
derful wonderful tale of the Macabees. Many
people have the misconception that
Chanukah and Christmas are in
some way related. This can be
clearly disproven by just hearing
the story of Chanukah. Chanukahs
importance and popularity have
nothing whatever to do with Christ Christmas.
mas. Christmas.
Bonni Greenspan

Applications for the following position for the Second Trimester are now
being accepted:
Managing Editor, The Florida Alligator
- ' '
Application forms may be obtained in Room 12, Florida Union, and must
be returned to that office no later than 12 noon, Monday, December 9,

Cover Fraternity Sports

As a former sports writer for
the Alligator and a person con connected
nected connected with intramurals on the Flo Florida
rida Florida campus for the past three
years I would now like to take
this opportunity to state that I feel
a gross injustice has been made
to the fraternity athletic system
on the campus this trimester.
As my first example I would
like to state the case of the Phi
Delta ThetaTau Epsilon Phi flag
football game which was played
to decide the championship of the
Orange League.
TEP won th game in a very close
battle, 6-0, and it was a game that
a lot of people were interested in.
And yet the Alligator ran a very
small story ( 2 paragraphs) des describing
cribing describing the game, and this story
was buried on the bottom of a sports
page between advertisements.
And the All-Campus football
team that the Alligator selected
is another injustice which has been

The Florida Alligator

Acting Editor .John Askins
Managing Editor Jim Hammock
Editorial Page Editor John Hancock
Sports Editor Dave Berkowitz
Layout Editor Ernie Litz
Assignments Editor Cynthia Tunstall
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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.

made to the numerous outstanding
athletes contained on the fraternity
teams. The Alligator selected a
mere six players to represent both
the Orange League and Blue League
--a total of 26 fraternities. This
I feel was a great injustice.
Not once this trimester have I
seen fraternity total points or
standings appear on the pages of
the Alligator.
There seems to me to be a great
need for more representation in
the Alligator of student affairs and
activities currently staged on this
campus. This seems to be one way.
I realize that there is resentment
in some quarters against the frat fraternity
ernity fraternity system. But, I also feel that
one of the most colorful aspects of
this campus is the total partici participation
pation participation by all fraternities in organ organized
ized organized intramural contests, and I
think that the fraternity sports de deserve
serve deserve more coverage from the
school newspaper than they have
been given this trimester.
Martin Edwards

ROTC ReviewHonorsArmy,
Air Force Senior Cadets.

The Army ROTC Brigade and
the Air Force ROTC Division con conducted
ducted conducted a Graduation Review on
the Air Force Drill Field Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday.
The parade to honor Air Force
and Army graduating seniors was
also retiring review for Army
cadre officers Lt. Col. W.E. Field
and Maj. W.C. Leist.
Maj. Philip E. Traupane, along
with Lt. Col. Field and Maj. Leist,
received the Army Commendation
Medal. Chief Reviewing Officer,
retired Brig. Gen. Philip F. Kro Kromer,
mer, Kromer, presented the award after
an open jeep inspection of the
On the reviewing stand were
Dr. Harry Philpott, Col. William
N. Boaz, professor of air science,
Gen. Kromer, and Col. James T.
Hennessey, professor military
science AROTC.
Before the parade, the Billy
Mitchell Drill Team and the Gator
Circled Club
The Circle-K club received of official
ficial official recognition by the campus
organizations committee at their
meeting lat week.
Circle-K is a Kiwannis spon sponspred
spred sponspred service club with 500 clubs
in the nation. Total membership
is approximately 10,000. They have
been holding meetings here since
O Qtober. The U F branch is the 23 rd
club organized in Florida.
The basic goal of the club is
service, stated Robert Lee, club
president. We ask that our mem members
bers members participate in all service act activities.
ivities. activities.
This year the club gave assis assistance
tance assistance in the Polio drive and will
help with the coming polio drive.
The work with the Boys Home and
the Gainesville steering committee
in placing of problem children.
At last weeks meeting, Ken Ken Kennedy,
nedy, Kennedy, as the first guest speaker,
spoke on Service, The Lost Art.
Club president Robert Lee also
serves as Circle-K district presi presidents.
dents. presidents. Other officers are, Jack
Stephenson, vice-president, Don
Deacon, secretary; and Bill Mc-
Cullum, treasurer.
ROTC Picks
Top Cadets
Eighteen senior UF Army Re Reserve
serve Reserve Officer Trainning Corps
(ROTC) cadets were named dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished Military Stipents in
recent ceremonies. %
To qualify for a Distinguished
Military Student award, a cadet
maintain an academic average
which places him in the upper half
of his college in the university and
in the upper third in his military
science class.
demonstrate outstanding
qualities of leadership, moral in integrity
tegrity integrity and moral potential de demanded
manded demanded of Army officers.
The award goes with the cadet
through graduation. He is grad graduated
uated graduated as a Distinguished Military
Receiving the award were Rob Robert
ert Robert Adams, William Baggett,
William Barfield, Randall Bles Blessing,
sing, Blessing, John Carmichael, Charles
Carroll, Carlos Fernandez, Tho Thomas
mas Thomas Gregory, Robert Hayward,
Dan Honeywell, Ralph Hudgens,
Joesph Keyes, Douglas Pajak, Wil Wilton
ton Wilton Strickland, Robert VanSteen VanSteenburg.
burg. VanSteenburg. Robert Voelkel and John

Guard presented 15 minutes of
precision drill.
Homage was paid to the late
President of the United States
John F. Kennedy, and to the men
who gave their lives during the
Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor
22 years ago on Dec. 7.
Os the graduating cadets, 11 are
Army and 10 are Air Force. The
cadets will receive their com commissions
missions commissions as 2nd Lieutenants in
their respective services Dec. 21
in McCarty Hall.
General A.M. Williams, Com Commander
mander Commander of Air Rescue Service at
Orlando Air Force Base,
addressed the cadets. Dr. L.
Scudder head of the Dept, of Re Religion
ligion Religion delivered the invocation.
Col. William N. Boaz PAS, swore
in the Air Force graduates and
Col. J.T. Hennessey PMS, swore

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in the Army cadets.
The cadets will be assigned to
places all over the world. All
but two Air Force cadets have
received their orders already, ac according
cording according to Air Force 1.5.0. Ad Advisor
visor Advisor Captain Jack Bushling.
Army Col. Hennessey said cadet
officers planned the whole show
and were entirely responsible for
I thought it was an exception exceptionally
ally exceptionally fine review, and the cadets
deserve a lot of credit, Hen Hennessey
nessey Hennessey said.
Army cadet Col. Robert Louis
Voelkel and Air Force Division
Commander Phillip W. Kiser were
in command of the parade.
Special guests at the Review
included wives of the cadet offi officers
cers officers and Army ROTC company

Monday-,Dec.9,1963 The Florida Alligator

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If you have been reading this columnand I hope you have; I
mean I genuinely hope so; I mean it does not profit me one
penny whether you read this column or not; I mean I am paid
every week by the makers of Marlboro Cigarettes and my
emolument is not affected in any way by the number of jieople
who read or Jail to read this column an act of generosity
perfectly characteristic of the makers of Marlboro, you would
say if you knew them as I do; 1 mean here are tobacconists gray
at the temples and full of honors who approach their art as
eagerly, as dewy-eyed as the youngest of practitioners; I mean
the purpose of the Marlboro makers is simply to put the best of
all possible filters behind the best of all possible tobaccos anti
then go, heads high, into the market place with their wares,
confident that the inborn sense of right and wrong, of good and
bad, of worthy and unworthy, which is the natural instinct of
every American, will result in a modest return to themselves
for their long hours and dedicated laborsnot, let me hasten to
add, that money is of §rst importance to the makers of Marlboro;
all these simple men require is plain, wholesome food, plenty of
Marl boros, and the knowledge that they have scattered a bit of
sunshine into the lives of smokers everywhere; if, I say, you
have been reading this column, you may remember that last
week we started to discuss Christmas gifts.

V* Ll 6hti&tdcd wiwtimfaslcry?

We agreed, of course, to give cartons of Marlboro to all our
friends and also to as many total strangers as possible. Today look into some other welcome gifts.
Do you know someone who is interested in American historyf
If so, he will surely appreciate a statuette of Millard Fillmore
with a clock in the stomach. (Mr. Fillmore, incidentally, was
the only American president with a clock in the stomach.
James K. Polk had a stem-winder in his head, and William
Henry Harrison chimed the quarter-hour, but only Mr. Fillmore,
of all our chief executives, had a clock in the stomach. Franklin
Pierce had a sweep second hand and Zachary Taylor had
seventeen jewels, but, I repeat, Mr. Fillmore and Mr. Fillmore
alone had a clock in the stomach. Some say that Mr. Fillmore
was also the first president with power steering, but moist
historians assign this distinction to Chester A. Arthur. How However,
ever, However, it has been established beyond doubt that Mr. Fillmore
was the first president with a thermostat. Small wonder they
called him Old Hickory!)
Hut 1 digress. To get back to welcome and unusual Christmas
gifts, here's one thats sure to pleasea gift certificate from the
American Chiropractic Society. Accompanying each certificate
is this winsome little poem:
Merry Christmas, Happy New Year,
Joyous sacro-iliac!
May your spine forever shine,
Blessings on your aching hack.
May your lumbar ne'er grow number,
May your backbone ne'er dislodge,
May your caudal never dawdle,
Joyeuz Noel! Heureux massage!
* a \
The makers of Marlboro, who take pleasure in bringing you
this column throughout the school year, would like to join
with Old Max in extending greetings of the season.

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Guitars and Amplifiers. Music and
Accessories. Complete BAND
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Sale. 8* x 30', ideal for students.
Located in nice pwrk. Call 6-9689
or 2-1552. (A-56-tf-nc).
FOR SALE 1956 Olds Holiday.
Good condition Best offer. 1962
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HOUSE FOR SALE 113 N.W. 25th
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Phone owner at 2-7169. (A-62-
BARBELLS with 82 pounds, also
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Driven only to church on Sunday
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1951 PACKARD good mechanical
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Call 6-6130 after 5:30(G-65-2t-c).
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Help Wanted

HELP WANTED -- Male or female
to sell inexpensive jewelry before
Christmas. For appointment call
2-0481. (E-61-st-c).
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).
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beige WALLET in Library Biblio Bibliography
graphy Bibliography room. Please keep money
but please return pictures, identi identification.
fication. identification. C.O.D. or otherwise.
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LOST in Front of Tigert lecture
notes C-5, C-6. Lecture notes,
pen and ink set, and drawings for
AE 111. Must have for finals.
FR 6-8740. (L-64-3t-c).


WANTED 2 coeds to share house
in NE (car necessary). Rent
S4O month. Utilities included.
Call Irene Lasota 2-4231.(C-63-
19 of Univ. of Uppsala wants to
come to Univ. of Florida Sep September
tember September 1964 for 1 year in ex exchange
change exchange with an American student.
The support of the students would
be exchanged by families. Call Dr.
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--63-3t-c). (C---63-3t-c).
ONE GIRL to share air-condi air-conditioned,
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call 6-8323 after 5. (C-64-3t-c).
MARRIED COUPLE wants to rent
1 or 2 br, furnished or unfurnished
Apt. near campus. Up to $74 per
month. 2-1783. (C-64-3t-c).
AFTER 6 p.m. Phone 6-9823 or
come by 319 NW Ist St. Apt. #3.


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formation information and FREE transpor transportation
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SERVICE. Tubes checked free.
Free Estimates. Next to Florida
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after lunch. (B-62-3t-c).
utilities furnished except for
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FR 2-7366 after 5:00 p.m. All
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Tankers Win
Weekend Pair

Os The Gator Staff
Floridas championship swim
team splashed its way to two more
impressive victories.
Emory and the University of the
South (Sewanee) were the latest
victims on the Gators growing
list of defeated opponents.
Friday night Sewanee fell 55-40.
Floridas tankers set seven new
pool records out of ten events.
Bill Corbin took individual honors
winning both the 200 and 500 yd.
free style events in record time.
Captain Jerry Livingston set
a pool record in the 100 yard
free style. He also led the 400
yd. medley relay team and the
400 yd. free style relay team to
record breaking wins.
Saturday afternoon Emory fell
before another Gator onslaught of
the record books 62-32. Six out
of ten events saw the Gator swim swimmers
mers swimmers set new pool records.
These two victories gave the
Gators a sweep of their four day
road trip. Alabama and Vander Vanderbilt
bilt Vanderbilt felt the power of the Gators
earlier in the week.
Most of the pool records we
broke on this trip were originally
held by FSU, said Gator swim swimming
ming swimming coach Bill Harlan. This
gave added incentive to our boys
to give their best.
FSU is probably the Gators most
formidable opponent. The first
meeting of these two swimming
powers will be in Tallahassee on
Jan. 25, 1964. They next cross
swords here in February. Since
the UF has no indoor pool the
meet will be held outdoors.
We just pray for good
weather,* said coach Harlan.
Florida has won the Southeas Southeastern
tern Southeastern Conference race for the last
eight years in a row.
If we can stay helathy for the
rest of the season we have a
very good chance of making it nine
in a row, Harlan commented.
We are getting good leader leadership
ship leadership from our seniors and some
fine performances from our
The University of Georgia is
the next opponent for the Gator.
The meet will be here January
9, 1964.



Hurricanes Bomb
UF Cagers 95-79

and Florida were ready to start
the second half of their basket basketball
ball basketball scuffle here Saturday night
with the Hurricanes ahead 52-43,
the game officials were late show showing
ing showing up and had to be called out.
For Floridas sake, the officials
might just as well not have re returned
turned returned at all.
Miami, behind the super all allround
round allround play of forward Rick Barry
and deadly shooting of guard John
Dampier, outplayed the sluggish
Gators 95-79 before a packed house
at Convention Hall. Barry and
Dampier, every bit as good as pre preiously
iously preiously preclaimed, were practi practically
cally practically a two-man team in pacing
Miamis second consecutive win.
The 6 foot-7 Barry collected
35 points and was a demon on the
backboards, retrieving 17 re rebounds.
bounds. rebounds. Dampier turned on his pre precision
cision precision long-range radar and
bucketed 24 points, almost all from
20-30 feet out.
Only briefly did the Gators show
signs of the form which carried
them to the season opening Flo Florida
rida Florida State success. Florida rallied
in the early stages of the second
half and whittled the Hurricane
lead to a single point, 63-62, mid midway
way midway of the half.
But at this juncture the talented
Barry stepped in, hit a pair of
free throws and added a field goal
to make it 67-62. The score was
never close again. Miami had
opened up a 19-point gap by the
games final minutes.
The Hurricanes jumped to an
early 6-0 opening lead and were
never behind, maintaining a seven sevento-10
to-10 sevento-10 point advantage throughout
the first half.
The Gators Miami-bred back backcourt
court backcourt combination of Tom Baxley
and Brooks Henderson, losing in
their own backyards for the se second
cond second straight year, led Florida
scoring. Baxley got 24 points; Hen Henderson
derson Henderson 21. Forward Dick Peek con contributed
tributed contributed 13 to round out Florida
double figure men.
It was an overall frustrating eve evening
ning evening for the Gators. They were


Os The Gator Staff

out-rebounded and plagued with bad
passes and floor mistakes which
gave Miami extra shots on many
Florida actually outshot Miami
from the field, 34-33. But Miami,
aided by 24 Gator personal fouls,
racked up 29 points from the char charity
ity charity line while the Gators picked
up only 11. Two Florida starters
center Mont Highly and forward
Dick Tomlinsonfoulded out as did
forward Paul Morton.
The Gators return to the friendly
environs of Florida Gym Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night, hoping for a reversal
of fortune in taking Tampa, which
Miami beat 101-95 last week.

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