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...on December 24, when mostUF students will be cele celebrating
brating celebrating Christmas Eve at home with their parents or out
having fun with friends, Albert wil I begetting a visit from
the Santa for alligators, pictured above.

Reitz Asks

UF President J. Wayne Reitz
in his annual Christmas message
last night called upon Florida stu students
dents students to gain a better understan understanding
ding understanding of the issues which confront
us so that we can, as enlightened
and moral individuals act and be
His talk, followed the annual
Christmas Tree lighting which took
place in front of University Aud Auditorium.
itorium. Auditorium.
This is the ninth year of my
participation in this service, he
told the students, but it is a
destressing thought that in none of
those years have we approached
the Christmas season when peace
and tranquility reigned at home or
As a nation we have undergone
the tragic and traumatic exper experience
ience experience of losing a great and good
President. The Berlin wall re remains
mains remains a stark reminder of our
struggle in the struggle in the
cold war with communist aggres aggression.
sion. aggression. So does Cuba, the sober
rattling of the Chinese, and our
position in South Viet Nam. On the
domestic front, there are unre unresolved
solved unresolved problems such as civil
rights and tax reduction with no
clear-cut answers or solutions.
Those of us who are older can
recall times less turbulent when
there appreared to be peace and
tranquility even thougn the basic
issues with which we now struggle
weie present but less out in the
open. Todays student has not ex experienced
perienced experienced these contrasts, and I
am at a loss to know whether this
is good or bad as you face and come
to grips with the issues of the day.

The Florida Alligator

Vol .56, N 0.66

In this setting we may often
ask ourselves the question, *What
can I as an individual do about
these great conflicts and struggles
which swirl about us?
Obviously we do not give up
or withdraw, for the problems be before
fore before us are problems ofpeople and
each individual has his own part
to play, As students, your most
important task is to gain a bet better
ter better understanding of the issues
which confront us so that now,
and in due time we can, as en enlightened
lightened enlightened and moral individuals,
act and be heard.
Dr. Reitz saia: In the Uni University
versity University we properly emphasize in intellectual
tellectual intellectual attainment, the develop development
ment development of aptitudes and talents, and
professional competence.
He warned however that ..
these in the final analysis have
little meaningunless they are con considered
sidered considered as tools destined to im im(See
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Book Sale
Commercial book stores are
exploiting their academic mono monopoly,
poly, monopoly, much to the dismay of
students, according to Fred
Lane, secretary of student acti activities.
vities. activities.
And now thers something stu students
dents students can do about it, Lane said.
His solution is a student-go student-government-sponsored
vernment-sponsored student-government-sponsored Student Book
Sale, which will be operational
(See BOOK, Page 2)

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Children of UF student-swill be treated to a Christmas
party this afternoon from 4 tos in tke Social Room of the
Florida Union. Santa Claus will visit the party with gifts
for the children and refreshments will be served.

Pickets Plead
'Not Guilty 1

OCALA City Court Judge Har Harry
ry Harry C. Dozier Monday accepted a
plea of not guilty from four pro professors
fessors professors and eight students from
UF charged with breach of the
They were arrested during in integration
tegration integration picketing here Saturday,
although there had been no pre previous
vious previous Indication that police would
interfere, according to a state statement
ment statement by the group.
No date was set for their trial.
"We went down to Ocala as we
understood we were required to do
by the laws of our bond. We were
told that our pleas of not guilty
entered by our lawyer had been
accepted, and that a trial date would
be set in consultation with our
attorneys, said Dr. Austin Creel,
associate professor of religion and
faculty advisor to the Student G roup
for Equal Rights (SGER).
All those arrested are members
of SGER although they said they
Stops 'Til
January 6
The Alligator ceases publication
for 1963 with this issue, and will
resume Jan. 6.
Advertisements will be accepted
until January 5 for the first issue.
New editor Walker Lundy said
he would be working during the
holidays getting ready for next
year's first issue.
"Students interested in working
next year can contact me at
6-3888," he said.

were acting as individuals at Ocala.
"We still have not been told
what constitutes the charge against
us. All of this is frankly bewild bewildering
ering bewildering to me, but I have nodoubt
about the justice of our American
system, and no fear that justice
will not ultimately*prevail," Creel
Students arrested Saturday were
Tom Berkshire, 3AS; Julian
Brown, 3AS: Mary Helen Berk Berkshire,
shire, Berkshire, lUC; Robert Canney, 7ED;
Linda Devin, 7AS; Nagy a E. Bel Bellinger,
linger, Bellinger, 2UC: June E. Littler, 3ED;
and Marilyn Toby Sokolof, lUC.
Arrested professors were Dr.
Creel; Dr. Marshall B. Jones, pro professor
fessor professor of psychiatry; Edward
Richer, C-5 instructor; and Da David
vid David Sheehan, C-3 instructor.
According to a statement by the
group Sunday night, it had been
Invited to Ocala by the local NA AC P
chapter president, the Rev. Frank
Pinkston, because "just one white,
person had stepped forward to join
with Negroes" in segregation pro protests.
tests. protests.
According to its statement, the
group picketed with local Negroes
for a little more than an hour
before the police arrested them. No
Negroes were arrested, they said.
No violence was reported.
The professors and students
were held In the Ocala Police
Station for approximately three
hours, during which time they were
booked, fingerprinted and charged.
They were then transferred to
Marlon County Jail, where the
booking and fingerprinting opera operations
tions operations were repeated.
No statement has been made by
UF administration officials as to
the fate of the group after their
trial in Ocala.

Tuesday, Dec. 10,1963

The Florida Alligator Tuesday,Dec. 10/1963

Page 2

Book Sale Slated

(Continued from Page I)
again for the winter trimester.
*'lnstead of being robbed by the
book stores with the enticement
of ready cash, students, by de delaying
laying delaying two weeks, could get much
more money for their books
through the Student Book Sale/
Lane said, sale chairman.
The Student Book Sale Commit Committee
tee Committee is a non-profit agency which
collects books from students,
places them up for sale, and re returns
turns returns the entire sale price to the
original owner of the books.

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Quality Appliance
Store "Where
Service Prevails"

Students generally sell their
books at the book sale for more
than a profit-seeking store would
give them, yet for less than the
used book price at the same book
store, depending on the book's con condition,"
dition," condition," stated Lane, who has
headed the book sale operation
for two trimesters.
Students selling their books in
this way split the commercial book
stores profit with the student
purchasing the book, he added.
Lane continued, The Student
Book Sale committee acts only as


a holding agent by which students
benefit through a student
to-student relationship eliminat eliminating
ing eliminating the middle-man.
Located in the Florida Union,
the Student Book Sale will be open
all day on the Saturday before clas classes
ses classes begin next trimester in addi addition
tion addition to the first three days of
According to Lane, the student
will be given a receipt for his
books which is redeemable for
cash if the book is sold or the
-unsold book when the book sale

Lay-Away Now While
Stocks Are Complete
Phone FR 6-5348
S.E. First Avenue

Fry To Lead
Religion Week

Dr. Franklin Clark Fry, pre president
sident president of the Lutheran Church of
America, theologian, speaker and
writer, will lead the 1964 Relig Religion
ion Religion in Life Week convocation Jan January
uary January 20.
Dr. Fry holds 20 honorary de degrees
grees degrees from leading colleges and
universities in the UJS. and a abroad
broad abroad and was referred to
in Time magazine as being the
most influencial leader of world
His convocation topic will be
Man in a World He Never Made.
He will speak again on the pur purpose
pose purpose of work of the World Coun Council
cil Council of Churches at a luncheon fol following
lowing following the convocation.
Other speakers during the week
of Jan. 19-24 will include Dr.
Harmon Holcomb, professor of
philosophy of religion at Colgate
Rochester Divinity School and a
noted philosopher, Biblical scho scholar
lar scholar and lecturer. Dr. Holcombs
talk has been rescheduled from
Nov. 25.
Also speaking during the week
will be Dr. Max Artz, vice-chan vice-chancelor,
celor, vice-chancelor, Jewish Theological Semin Seminary;
ary; Seminary; Dr. Carl Michalson; Andrew
V.* Stout, professor of systematic
theology at Drew University and
Dr. Nathan A. Scott, associate pro professor
fessor professor of theology and literature
at the Universityof Chicago Divin Divinity
ity Divinity School.
In addition to the speakers, Re Religion
ligion Religion In Life Week will sponsor
luncheons, seminars, fraternity
and sorority dinners and dorm dis discussions.
cussions. discussions.
Other highlights will be a re religious
ligious religious concert sponsored by the
UF Music Dept, and an orginal
drama The People vs. Socrates
Fuller Elected
To Gator Post
4AS Bill Fuller was elected to
the post of Alligator managing ed edtior
tior edtior for the winter trimester Mon Monday
day Monday by the Board of Student Pub Publications.
lications. Publications.
He was opposed in the elections
by John Askins, 3JM, acting editor
of the paper.
Fuller had worked previously for
the Alligator as copy editor, and
has held positions with commerical
newspapers in the state.

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by Dr. Didier Graeffe, associate I
professor of the humanities. I
Each year Religion in Life Week 1
brings speakers and theologiststo I
the campus to afford an oppor. I
tunity to re-evaluate religi ou l I
concepts and underscore religion 1
in life. All students and Gaines |
ville residents may attend the act- I
ivities. I
Joint Program I
UF students, faculty, and mem- B
bers of the Gainesville community B
will join to perform Bachs mag- |
nificat in D major for chorus and I
orchestra, with soloists, harp- I
sichord, and organ, Sunday even- 1
ing, December 15, at 7:30 p.m. 1
in the sanctuary of the First Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian Church.
The performance is under the
direction of Willis Bodine, direc director
tor director of music, of the church and
assistant professor of music at UF.
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prove ones personality, ones
moral self, and to advance human
progress of the highest order.
We tend all too often, he said,
to place our faith in external
structures, however necessary and
important they are, forgetting that
it is the moral and spiritual fiber
that really counts.
Let us not forget that the man manner
ner manner in which we react to the per perplexing
plexing perplexing and gigantic problems
facing mankind may well be con conditioned
ditioned conditioned by our actions in our daily
lives one to another.
In our relations one with
another may we always act on a
good impulse and promote in every
way the good, the beautiful, the
pure and true, with love being the
In so doing, we shall ennoble
and enrich life and contribute to
mans destiny as laid down for us
in the life and teachings of the
Prince of Peace.
His goal, our goal, is the at attainment
tainment attainment of human dignity; with
all its implications.

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exams in April. Students may try out now for the tour in Room 120 of the Music
Building. Some previous choral or musical experience is required for the tour
sponsored by Student Government and the Department of Music.

KA Barrel Stolen
By Strong Burgler

The men at Kappa Alpha (KA)
fraternity house have a burglar
Latest in the series of thefts
to plague the KAs has been the
lifting of the barrel of their tra traditional
ditional traditional cannon which reposes in
glory atop their three story house,
on 1532 University Ave.
The theft was perpetrated about
3 a.m. one chilly morning last
week when all the brothers were
sleeping, according to Fred
Hohnadel, KA president.
A person or persons unknown
climbed atop the three story house
and proceeded to toss the 25 or
30 pound cannon barrel to the
The brothers awoke when they
heard the thud, Hohnadel said,
but couldnt get down from the
third story fast enough to catch
the people who had stolen the
I believe it was a group of
independents rather than members
of another fraternity who took the
cannon barrel, he said.
Some members are just as glad
the barrel was stolen because
now it can be replaced with a
better one, equipped with an alarm
system, he said.

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No attempts are oeing made to
recover the cannon barrel since
no clues have been uncovered as
to who took it, Hohnndal said.
The theft of the cannon barrel
was not the only one the KAs
have had to put up with this year.
Their trad i tio nal picture of
Robert E. Lee which hangs over
the KA fireplace has been stolen
twice already this year;
Both times the thefts were made
by girls, Hohnadel admitted and
the portrait was retrieved.
Members were less lucky in re recovering
covering recovering two couches stolen from
their living room while they were
asleep or in getting back a SSO
mirror also stolen.
The Dixie flag which hangs over
the entrance to the fraternity house
has also been stolen in the past
and either recovered from the cul culprits
prits culprits or replaced.
Whenever there are clues to the
thieves, efforts are made to re recover
cover recover the missing item, however,
in the case of the cannon barrel,
no one has any idea about who
stole it, Hohnadel said.
We will always be subject to
thefts, the president said philiso philisophically.
phically. philisophically. After all, we cant keep
someone up all night, keeping

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Tuesday,Dec. 10,1963 The Florida Alligator

Loan Bill Nears Compromise

WASHINGTON -- to ex expand
pand expand the governments student loan
program and boosti federal help
to vocational schools neared final
compromise agreement yesterday
in congress.
The measure one of two
education bills expected to be
passed this session -- is expected
to continue the present national

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Certainly, there's no organization today conduct conducting
ing conducting more vital business than the business of the
United States Air Force. And very few organiza organizations
tions organizations that give a college graduate greater oppor opportunities
tunities opportunities for responsibility and growth.
As an Air Force officer, you'll be a leader on the
Aerospace Teamwith good pay, a 30-day paid
vacation each year, educational opportunities.
How can you get started? For many, the best way
is through Air Force ROTC. But if you missed out
on AFROTC, or if there's no unit on your campus,
you can still apply for Air Force Officer Training
School. This three-month course leads to a com commission
mission commission as a second lieutenant in the United
States Air Force.
For more information about Air Force .OTS, see
your local Air Force representative.
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defense education act for student
loans and extend the S4OO million
impacted areas program for
schools crowded by children of
service men and government
The compromise would also in increase
crease increase the present SSB million
aid program for vocational schools
by four or five times.

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UPI Foreign News Analyst
Despite determined official op optimism,
timism, optimism, an undertone of disquiet
runs through news dispatches from
Southeast Asia where in the last
eight years the United States has
invested so much.
In South Viet Nam, the young
generals who took over after the
overthrow of the Ngo Dinh Diem
government, are pursuing the war
against the Communist Viet Cong

Air, Food And Water
Can Cause Cancer Too

World Health Organization
(WHO) said Monday there are in inherent
herent inherent dangers of cancer in air,
food and water as well as cigarette
smoking, alcoholism and cosme cosmetics.
tics. cosmetics.
WHO described likely causes of
cancer and ways to control them
following a private meeting last
week of its first expert committee
on the prevention of cancer.
It said cigarettes, alcohol and
lipstick can be accepted as pos possible
sible possible causes of cancer.
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with greater vigor. Out of 17,500
American troops in South Viet
Nam, 1,000 are expected home in
time f or the new year.
Beautiful and sophisticated Sia Siagon
gon Siagon has regained its gaiety, the
bistros are filled, though guarded
against a surprise Communist
grenade, and tiny Vietnamese wo women
men women in their bright silken gar garment
ment garment pedal through the citys tree treelined
lined treelined streets.
Its as if, beginning at the citys
outskirts, there were no war.
And that perhaps is the source

may play a part in the develop development
ment development of a cancer in man, WHO
said, included air pollution,
inoizing radiations, some
concomitants of industry, food
additives, medicaments, food and
drinking water, lack of sexual
hygiene and chewing of betel and
It is generally accepted that
there is a casual connection be between
tween between cigarette smoking and lung
cancer, WHO said.
Cancer-Causing Substances To Tobacco
bacco Tobacco tars are known to contain

of some of the disquiet.
The Diem regime, in its own
way, also fought hard against the
Communists but failed to win the
people. After the harsh rule of
Diem and his brother, Ngo Dinh
Nhu, in Saigon at least, the new
military regime has the peoples
But whether that support can be
translated into an all out national
effort against the Viet Cong is
another matter.
More -and more it is being re-

cancer causing substances, it
The fact that pipe smoking is
only minimally associated with
the hazard and cigar smoking
hardly at all is difficult to un understand
derstand understand unless inhalation, fre frequent
quent frequent with cigarette smokers,
plays an important role, WHO
Atmospheric pollution is an im important
portant important factor in causing lung can cancer,
cer, cancer, WHO said, and evidence shows
there are higher cancer rates in
urban as compared to rural areas
which cannot be explained by dif differences
ferences differences in smoking habits.
The health organization noted
that some food additives have been
withdrawn from use following proof
they can cause cancer in animals
and extreme caution must be
used in introducing new additives
such as coloring, flavors and anti antioxidants.
oxidants. antioxidants.
Cosmetics and toilet prepa preparations
rations preparations have so far received less
attention than food additives al although
though although similar hazards are to be
expected, it said.
Os the various components in
use uncontrolled color in lip lipstick,
stick, lipstick, for example some are known
to cause cancer in animals.
On medicaments, WHO said,
some preparations containing
hormones, tar and arsenic as well
as oral contraceptives are under
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called that in their 10-year ef effort
fort effort t won every battle but the last one.
And the United States, own ex experience
perience experience in Laos and in South Viet
Nam all too often has seemed
to demonstrate that only the dis disciplined'
ciplined' disciplined' and indoctrinated Com Communists
munists Communists feel a real reason to fight,
and that a national will is lacking.
In the end, neither aid nor mili military
tary military success will win the battle
for Southeast Asia without accom accompanying
panying accompanying political and psychological
determination of the people them themselves.
selves. themselves.
And that is the field in which
the new military regime must
prove itself.
Other events give reason for
disquiet over the future of South Southeast
east Southeast Asia.
In Pnompenh, capital of Cam Cambodia,
bodia, Cambodia, 200 American advisors
getting out on orders of
Cambodias elected chief-of chief-ofstate
state chief-ofstate Prince NordomSihanouk who
has cancelled the American aid
program which has been running
at S3O million a year.
Sihanouk believes the war a against
gainst against the Viet Cong already is
lost and that he must prepare his
country for a neutrality acceptable
to Red China.
In neighboring Laos, pro-Com pro-Communist
munist pro-Communist forces control two-thirds
of the country.
In Vientiane, its capital, the

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fifth political assassination of a
government official this year
demonstrated that the country
still is far from achieving the
neutrality decreed for it by the
major powers at Geneva.
The news is not all bad. The
Communists are suffering losses
and the cost of aiding the Com Communist
munist Communist effort in the South is weigh weighing
ing weighing heavily upon the Reds in North
Viet Nam.
President Johnson has reaf reaffirmed
firmed reaffirmed that the United States will
continue its efforts in South Viet
Nam. It is a decision which
may have to be reaffirmed again
and again in the years ahead.
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Christmas In America
Christmas may have lost a great deal of its significance to the
more profitable concept of commercialism, but it has gained in meaning
in other areas. Along with the celebration of the Christian holiday,
Christmas has developed a tradition of benevolence and good will
toward men that more than compensates for the more material economic
Moreover, the spirit that envelops the season is shared by all faiths
and all peoples of the world on a scale that promises a brighter future
for the global power-struggles that now blemish the complection of
mankind. It is this promise for the future that should instill in those
who will assume world leadership in the next few years a faith in
humanity that cannot be broken by the petty selfishness that seems
to dominate the balance of the year.
The season to be jolly also brings out in many personalities a
latent sense of humor which makes for better personal relationships
and melts the stone hearts of even the most hard-nosed Scrooges.
"Peace on Earth has become a theme for some of the finest serious
and light literature and music. Esthetic minds relish the peaceful
atmosphere where beauty and love of man regain the spotlight if
only for a few weeks.
So much can be said for the holiday spirit of Christmas without
entering into the realm of the religious. It is this aspect, indeed,
which is most easily forgotten in America.
The rest of the world places greater emphasis on the orgin of Christ Christmas
mas Christmas and the reason for its celebration than do Americans. Foreigners
often criticize our Christmas and point to the fact that, in their opinion,
we have lost sight of its meaning. But we have, in spite of the need
for improvements, something that cannot be boughtjcommercialism or
Twas The Night
Before Finals
Twas the night before finals and all through the dorm
Not a creature was stirring, not even a book worm.
The girls were all sitting slumped at their desks
With visions of things other than sex.
Their stockings were dripping in the bathroom with care
With hopes in the morning they still would be there.
Roomie in her nightshirt and I in my skin
Had finally decided twas time to turn in,
When out in the hall there arose such a clatter
I sprang from my bed to see what was the matter.
I flew to my window as quick as a flash,
Pulled up the blinds and ground closed the sash,
When what to my wondering ear I should hear,
But the fire drill blast that I love so dear.
The smoke on the crest of the unfallen snow
Gave a luster of Frisco to the objects below.
With a little old floor rep so lively and fair,
I knew in a moment Ruth Robbin was there.
With towels and raincoats and curses they came,
And she whistled and shouted and called them by name:
Now Terry, now Missy, now' Farmer and Sharon,
Wheres Jeri, wheres Robin, wheres Linda and Karen?
To the top of the roof, to the top of the wall,
"The smokes away, smokes away, smoke's away all!
As dry leaves before the wild hurridane fly
On to the fourth floor (we climb to the sky.).
So up to the house-top with curses they flew
With a head full of colds and pneumonia too.
And then in a twinkling I heard down the hall
,The scattering cry of "Man in the hall.
As I drew in my head and was turning around,
Down the hall a fireman came with a bound.
v.v.v.v.v; XlvXXv
He was dressed all in black from his head to his foot
And his clothes were all tarnished with ashes and soot.
A bundle of hose he had slung on his back \
And he looked up and down like the ripper named Jack.
His eyes how they twinkled, his dimples how merry
His nose of a drunkard looked like a cherry.
The droll little mouth was drawn up like a bow,
And the beard on his chin had started to grow.
The stump of a pipe he held tight in his teeth, t||||l
And the smoke, it choked us so we couldnt breathe.
He had a broad face and a little roumjLbeUy
That shook when he laughed like abowl full of jelly.
He was chubby and plump, a right jolly old elf, tl!!
And I laughed when I saw him in spite of myself.
A wink of his eye and a twist of his head
Soon gave me to know I had something to dread.
He gave me a jerk, the finky old churl:
"Ho, ho, ho, wanna cookie little girl?
And laying his finger aside of his nose
and giving a nod, down the four flights he goes.
He sprang to his truck, to his cronies gave a whistle.
And away they all flew like the down of a thistli.
But I heard them exclaim as they drove out of sight,
"Happy Christmas to all, please no more fires tonight! |l§||
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A Glance Behind And Ahead

As the year draws to a close
among agonized cries of terror
resulting from the prospect of fin final
al final exams, it is proper we take
a look behind and a look ahead.
Behind is more than fourty-nine
years of a slowly evolving Honor
System. Ahead, in 1964, is *s Gol Golden
den Golden Anniversary at the University
of Florida. This represents fifty
years of self-government and res responsibility;
ponsibility; responsibility; an anniversary well
worth noting.
Behind, also, is two months of
our experiment in public rel?dons,
this column. Ahead, we have been
assured by the new Alligator edi editor,
tor, editor, is continued support for its
publication. We appreciate the in interest
terest interest and support we have
received from this years editors.
When we first began writing
in mid-October, we said it would
our purpose to explain the Honor
System; to debate it, and with your
help, to find answers. We said, we
would probe into its problems,
stir interest, and even controver controversy
sy controversy in order to create a better in informed
formed informed student body.
We are pleased with the re resuits.

Speaking to the Brotherhood
of the Washington Hebrew
.. Today, the Communists
are engaged in a vigorous cam campaign
paign campaign to divide and weaken
America from within. Foremost
in this campaign are the partys
efforts to exploit misunderstand misunderstandings
ings misunderstandings and capitalize upon areas of
dissension and unrest wherever
they exist.
This is especially true in the
intense civil rights movement,
for Americas 20 million Negroes
and all others engaged in this
struggle are a major target for
Communist propaganda and sub-
Christmas Seals
Letters containing Christmas
Seals will be sent to all UF stu students
dents students asking for contribution.
Last year the entire student body
donated only $54. to the Alachua
County Tuberculosis Association,
sponsors of the project on campus,
to fight T.B. and other respiratory
Doug Thompson, Christmas
Seals chairman, said that figures
released by the United States Pub Public
lic Public Health Service show that re respiratory
spiratory respiratory diseases ranks first
anong disablers "nd fourth among
causes of death. In Alachua County
alone there have been 157 more
cases reported this year than last.

Communists Exploit Tension

suits. resuits. Never before in our ex experience,
perience, experience, have more people been
interested in the Honor System,
argueQ the issues it presents, and
understood its purpose.
We also said in the beginning
that this would be The Official
Voice of the Honor Court. In
keeping with this role, it has been
Honor Court
my purpose to present the facts
and issues objectively. The opin opinions
ions opinions expressed in this column have
been more than my opinions,
they have been the official position
of the Honor Court staff.
We have discussed many things.
We have reflected upon the long
history of the Honor System and
pointed out the significant im improvements
provements improvements in its operation, (for
example, the elimination of public

It would be absurd to suggest
that the aspirations of Negroes
for equality are Communist in inspired.
spired. inspired. This is demonstrably
not true. But what is dempn dempnstrable
strable dempnstrable is that some individuals
and groups exploit the tension
for purposes not confined to the
quality of human rights under the
Constitution of the United States.
The crusade should not become
a vehicle for political radicalism
or organized violence...
COMMUNISM feeds upon ig ignorance,
norance, ignorance, prejudice and sickness
of the mind and soul. It probes
relentlessly for weaknesses in
Americas moral armor.
That is why the cause of Com Communism
munism Communism is well served by the hate hatemongers,
mongers, hatemongers, the lunatic fringe and
other rabble who preach a doctrine
of malice and intolerance toward
their fellow man.
These venomous fanatics,
whether they are extremists of

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trials in 1931 and the creation of
the student jury system in 1961.)
We took up the proposed rede redefiniation
finiation redefiniation of cheating to include
lying about something important
in student ~ faculty or student
administration relationships.
We were pleased at the construc constructive
tive constructive controversy which has ensued.
This is healthy debate, and in increases
creases increases interest in the Honor
As a result of this controversy
it i s apparent that most people
feel the spirit of the amendment
to be good, in that it makes the
Honor System consistent. How However,
ever, However, it is clear that the experi experiment
ment experiment must be carefully carried out
and watched, and that it must be
strictly and judiciously contrued.
We must continue to watch this
closely, and after- a sufficient time
has passed, make our final con conclusions.
clusions. conclusions.
We have also she d light upon
teh maturity and qualifications of
those who operate our trial system
in Our column entiled The Good
We have discussed surveys of
academic dishonesty at Ohio State
and Purdue, two universities with without
out without an Honor System. It was ap apparent
parent apparent from the large-scale
cheating problem in these schools
that various alternatives to the
Honor System are grossly inef ineffective.
fective. ineffective.
We mourned the passing of Pre President
sident President Kennedy and pointed out that
** what we can do for our country,
is to gain an honest education.
Last week we discussed the
shoplifting cases in an effort to
demonstrate the seriousnessof this
kind of offense.
Next year, and next tri-mester,
at least until our present term
expires, we will continue to dis discuss
cuss discuss problems similar to these,
in an effort to achieve an ed educated
ucated educated student body. With over four
thousand new students each year,
this becomes a necessary and on ongoing
going ongoing process and should continue.

the left or the right, are car carriers
riers carriers of a highly infectious
disease. They clutter the streets
--and the mails with their slan slanderous
derous slanderous obscenities, urging
impressionable teen agers and
unstable adults to acts of hate,
terror and intimidation.
They have brought forth the
bombs and ignited the flames that
have killed decent Americans and
even innocent children and
destroyed churches andothertem andothertemples
ples andothertemples of worship. They are a
national dis grace.
Invariably, these merchants of
hate attempt to drape themselves
in a cloak of patriotism. But
their real objective is to profiteer
and capitalize upon
prejudice and bigotry while de destroying
stroying destroying the very ideals which
they claim to uphold...
OUR BEST offensive against
crime, subversion, intolerance
and all enemies of Americas heri
tage of freedom is brotherhood.

Destroys Fraternities

Mr. Levin has taken it upon
himself for some unknown reason
to verbally destroy the fraternity
system on this campus, and hope hopefully,
fully, hopefully, on other campuses as well.
His reasons have not been given,
in order that light might be shed
upon his hatred, but the cause must
certainly have been a superficial
contact with a single fraternity,
or certain members of a frater fraternity.
nity. fraternity. This leads me to believe
that a judgement and a sentence
have been levied by Mr. Levin
on the basis of inadequate infor information
mation information and a strong negative
mental bias. Both sides of the
story must needs be told.
He says: Pledges are placed
in a position of subservience and
brothers in a position of critical
superiority. TRUE ... BUT:Great
men are built by this same method
in military prep schools, Armed
Services academies, and the ranks
of the Armed services themselves.
These are men who are respected
for their leadership and authority.
It was stated that pledges are
made to fall in line" with pre predetermined
determined predetermined standards of conduct
and dress. TRUE AGAIN... In
my fraternity we do make
the pledges rise when ladies enter
the room, eat with their elbows
off the table, and wait while grace
is being said before sitting, down
to dinner. Perhaps this is rob robbing
bing robbing the individual of the freedom
to disregard, or remain ignorant
of social graces and accepted stan standards
dards standards of conduct. There are laws
against spitting on sidewalks too.
In his final article Mr. Levin
states that any benefits derived
from a fraternity could be ob obtained
tained obtained without the fraternity. If
this were so, Mr. Levin, then
why do fraternities, exist? They
exist because men in an atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere such as a college provides
find themselves in need of some something
thing something more than roommates and

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casual friends. Man is by his
very nature a gregarious animal.
It is only natural that he should
wish to be with others, and in
doing so choose men whose ideals
are most like his 0wn.... Hence,
the fraternity system.
As far as the proposals made
by Mr. Levin go, I have this
to reply:
1. He wishes a deferred rush.
Sounds like a pretty good idea,
if not too original.
2. He would like the adminis administration
tration administration to cease endorsing the
fraternity as a worthwhile cause.
Who knows, maybe it is worth worthwhile?
while? worthwhile? An older, wiser, and more
mature group such as our Univer University
sity University authorities certainly ought to
be able to judge for themselves.
3. An information bulletin
should be given to freshmen des describing
cribing describing the bad points of the fra fraternities.
ternities. fraternities. It seems to me that
the incoming freshmen have al already
ready already heard so many bizarre stor stories
ies stories about fraternities by the time
they arrive on campus that a bul bulletin
letin bulletin would be anti-climactic.
4. The brothers should be al allowed
lowed allowed to leave the fraternity as
they please without the threat of
notes of expulsion.* .. .If they
leave without their accounts in
arrears, (read that one more time)
they receive no such threat.
5. Lastly, Mr. Levin says, and
I quote: Independent social func functions
tions functions should be planned by the
dorms and facilities should be pro provided
vided provided for an independent UNOFFI UNOFFICIAL
CIAL UNOFFICIAL group to set up a party.
What's stopping them now, I
Ron Darner 4 EG
Sigma Phi Epsilon

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Mow-Chevy spirit in a new kind of car!

We built this one to do more than just stand around
looking beautiful. Heid its weight down in the 3,000-
pound range. Then built four lusty enginestwo sixes
and two VBswith output all the way up to 220 horses*!
And if that makes you think this is one frisky car,
youve got the right idea.
Youve also got a roomy car here. Yet its 115-inch
wheelbase keeps it highly maneuverable in

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Help Wanted

HELP WANTED Maleorfemale
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.


NEW and USED Band Instruments,
Guitars and Amplifiers. Music and
Accessories. Complete BAND
Premises. Derda Music Co., 632
N.W. 13th St. Phone: (Just
6 blocks North of Campus.XA Campus.XA-41-tf-c).
-41-tf-c). Campus.XA-41-tf-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-tf-c).
Sale. 8' x 30', ideal for students.
Located in nice park. Call 6-9689
or 2-1552. (A-56-tf-nc).
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-
by 8 covered trailer, lights, new
7:10 x 15 tires tracks and pulls
nicely. See in yard at 1825 NW
7th St. (A-65-2t-c).
MILLSTORE U.S. Hwy. 19. Crystal
River, Fla. Tons of Towels and
Miles of Fabrics. IRREGULARS
for Holiday Gifts. Bedspreads,
Rugs, Carpets, Linens Coffe
Breaks Parking Best Rest
Rooms. Tel. 795-339.(A-51-T-c).


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

v Autos

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).
265 H.P. V-8, Dontov, F.I. Pis Pistons,
tons, Pistons, 2-4 BBLS, 4-11 inch finned
aluminum brake drums, locked
rear end, 3 SP Corvette Box,
4 extra wire wheels, new top and
interior upholstry, roll bar.
Driven only to church on Sunday
by an old lady! Needs engine work
and paint S7OO. Firm. Call 6-0972
after 6 p.m. (G-62-4t-c).
1951 PACKARD good mechanical
condition, reliable transportation.
Call 6-6130 after 5:30(G-65-2t-c).
1955 DESOTO, Radio, Heater, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition $225. FR 6-4978.
1961 METROPUTAN Convertible
fully equipped. S7OO. Can be seen
1115 Pratt, Starke, Florida or call
2-7229. (G-66-lt-c).
FORD FALCON 1961 4 dr. black
sedan. Automatic transmission
Radio, heater, Low milage, good
condition. Univ. ext. 2514 or con contact
tact contact owner Apt. 139, 1216 SW 2nd
Ave. (G-66-lt-c).


WANTED 2 coeds to share house
in NE (car necessary). Rent
S4O month. Utilities included.
Call Irene Lasota 2-4231.(C-63-
ONE GIRL to share air-condi air-conditioned,
tioned, air-conditioned, modern furnished Apt.
Close to campus. For details
call 6-8323 after 5. (C-64-3t-c).
AFTER 6 p.m. Phone 6-9823 or
come by 319 NW Ist St. Apt. #3.
WANTED 1 coed to share 3 br.
house with 2 girls. Completely
furnished. $34 per month. Call
6-3305 after 5 p.m. car necessary.
WANTED TO BUY: A used Olym Olympus
pus Olympus Pen "D half frame camera
with case. Call Terry Walters
2-9410, Georgia Seagle Hall. (C (C---66-lt-p).
--66-lt-p). (C---66-lt-p).
HELP! We need two men students
to share 5 bedroom house. $30.00
rent per month and SIO.OO (Aver (Average)
age) (Average) For Food. Transportation
provided. Call 6-0002 anytime.
roommate male: English Major
desires to share modern furnished
apartment for 2nd and 3rd terms.
Call 6-3728 after 6. (C-66-lt-c).
NEED male Roommate to sfyare
expenses furnished private apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Call after 9 p.m. 6-4235
100 NE Bth Ave. Apt. 3. (C-B-66-
WANTED 1 Female roommate.
We have a 2 br. Apartment.
2 blocks from campus. Call 2-0054
and ask for Eva, Linda or Frances.
WANTED one male student to
share 2 rooms suite. Private
entrance. Maid service. 4 blocks
from Campus. $37 a month Call
6-2762. (C-66-lt-c).

Lost & Found

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).
LOST in the vicinity of NW 20th
and University a dark grey almost
black cat named Trouble* some
hair on his back has been clipped.
If found call 6-1112. (L-66-lt-c).
Annapolis in change purse. Great
personal value. Please returh
no questions ask. Reward. Allison
Quinn. Box 4277 Reed Hall
Campus, Phone 2-9396,(L-66-lt 2-9396,(L-66-lt FOUND one set of KEYS in health
Center Library. Identify. Uni University
versity University Ext. 5568 or 5238 or come
to room A-l Teaching Hospital.

For Rent

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).
FURNISHED 2 bedroom, air-con air-conditioned,
ditioned, air-conditioned, carport quiet area. Call
2-3283. (B-65-2t-p).
SHARE 4 bedroom house 3 blocks
from Matherly Hall. 1326 NW
3rd Place. (B-65-2t-c).
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-
TYPE unit. For male students.
Private entrance. 2 blocks from
Main Library extending 19th St.
NW some untis have refrigerators,
air conditioning, reasonable.
University approved 6-6494. (B (B---62-6t-c).
--62-6t-c). (B---62-6t-c).

SUBLEAST Colonial Manor Apt.
Call 2-7718 Completely furnished.
Couple or 2 student. (B-66-lt-c).
COMFORTABLE, convenient, ef efficency,
ficency, efficency, apartment for 2. Across
from campus. Apply immediately.
321 SW 13th St. Available Jan Ist.
ROOM FOR RE NT, family of three,
Girl only, will share 3 BR 2 Bath
home, 1616 NW 10 Terrace, Tele Telephone
phone Telephone FR 2-6721. (B-66-lt-c).
Furnished with washing machine
air-conditioning, full size appli appliances
ances appliances in color. Occupancy by 3
permitted. Bedroom, bath in bal balcony.
cony. balcony. Kitchen, dinning and living
room main floor. Near campus.
Call 2-3357 or contact student
manager apt. 1 corner NW 18th
St. and 3rd Place. $125 we pay
water and ref. col. you pay other
utilities. (B-66-lt-c).
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ABC To Televise

An ABC-TV survey team has
completed perparations for video
taping two editions of Hootenanny,
the nationally televised folksinging
program, at UF Jan. 7 and 8.
The televising will take place
before some 5,000 students on each
of those nights in Florida Gym Gymnasium.
nasium. Gymnasium.
70 persons from ABC-TV, in including
cluding including a host of professional sing singers
ers singers will begin arriving Jan. 5 and
6 for the show.
Admission for night time perfor performances
mances performances will be by ticket only to
students, free of charge with
special dress rehersal perfor performances
mances performances on each of those afternoons
for faculty, staff and townspeople.
Tickets will be available in the
Information Booth across from the
Student Service Center (HUB) be beginning
ginning beginning Jan. 2. All students will be
encouraged to bring a date, ac according
cording according to ABC officials, so that
an equal number of men and wo women
men women will be visible before the
television cameras.
The dress rehearsals ofthestu-
Library Books
Due December 8
The following announcement is
made by Margaret D. Duer, Cir Circulation
culation Circulation department head, Main
All books charged to students
are due at the Main Library by
Wednesday, December 18th.
Library charges for fines and
billed books should be paid prior
to the end of the trimester.
Students graduating this tri trimester
mester trimester must clear all library
charges prior to graduation.
Beginning Monday, December
16th, students who have Winter tri trimester
mester trimester cards may
charge out books over the trimes trimester
ter trimester break period. They will be due
back by Monday, January 6th.
Beginning Monday, January 6th,
pictures may again be rented at
Main Library for the re remainder
mainder remainder bf the Winter Trimester.

dent-oriented shows will be opened
to all other persons interested in
attending, officials said.
To date, the following profes professional
sional professional performers have been
signed up for the shows:
For Jan. 7: The Tarriers, The
Serendepity Singers, Bob Gibson,
Jo Mapes, Johnny Cash, and Leon
Bibb. Performers for Jan 8 in include:
clude: include: The Serendepity singers,
Jimmy Rodgers, Clancy Brothers
and Tommy Makem, Bob
and the Johnson Family. V

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Maloy Chairman

Committee heads for the 1964
Gator Gras were announced this
week, with Charlie Maloy, Delta
Tau Delta, appointed general
chairman for the annual event.
Backing up Maloy as chairmen
of subcommittees are: A1 Leonard,
Pi Kappa Alpha, in charge of the
carnival; Doug Lynn, Delta Tau
Delta, talent show; Sandy Karrico,
Alpha Omicron Pi, Student leader
banquet; and Elnora Wright, Delta

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Memories Linger

Every sportswriter, when he
reaches the end of a season, likes
to look back on the season and
pick out the most memerable
events of that season. We, bMpg
no different and at the end of the
trimester of publication, will also
look back at the highlights of the
Football dominated the scene for
this trimester so all the events
will have to do with football.
Moments that well remember:

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TENSEST The moment after
Alabama scored its touchdown and
went for two only to be stopped
and keep the game out of field
goal range.
HAPPIEST When the whistle
sounded in the *Bama game and
the Gators had their 10-6 upset.
ment moment the Gators with first and one
on the Mississippi State one yard
line failed to make the score in
four attempts.

MOST RELIEVED When Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi State missed the extra
point salvaging a tie for Florida.
PROUDEST The moment
Larry Dupree lowered his head
and drove five yards for the touch touchdown
down touchdown against Georgia.
six minutes of the Richmond game.
MOST SOLEMN Thepre-game
presentation before the Miami
There are so many moments
that will be remembered that we
cant name them all, like some of
the touchdowns, we cant picture
them all but weve included some
on this page. Probably the best
were, from some reason, not re recorded
corded recorded by the Alligator camera.
Probably the best two
touchdowns were Hagood Clarkes
against Miami and Dick Kirks
against Alabama. Both made the
difference in the ball games and
we only wish we had captured
those moments on film.
If we had to pick one opponent
who impressed us most and who
probably did the most to give the
gators a rough time of it, we would
have to go with Auburn
quarterback Jimmy Sidle.
Others wed have to rate as
tops are: George Mira (Miami),
Billy Lothridge (Ga. Tech), Ode
Burrell (Mississippi State) and
Billy Truax (LSU).
It was a long, sometimes frus frustrating,
trating, frustrating, but always exciting season
of sports.
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UF Cagers Host Spartans Wednesday

Os The Gator Staff
If early season scoring trends
had any bearing on the matter,
Florida basketballers would stand
a good chance of whipping Tampa
101-95 tomorrow night at Florida
Winless but dangerous Tampa,
the Gators 8:15 p.m. opponent, has
played twice and lost twice this
season each setback by iden identical
tical identical 101-95 scores. The Spartans
have fallen to Miami and Georgia
Gator coach Norman Sloan, how however,
ever, however, said despite the two losses,
Tampa is not an outfit to be con considered
sidered considered lightly.
Theyre alotlike Miami, in that
they play a fast game and score
a lot, he said, pointing out the
Spartans 95-point productions.
Coach (Bob) Lavoy is calling
this the best team hes had at
Tampa, Sloan continued, and
theyve got this (George) Shary
boy back who many people con considered
sidered considered the best individual per performer
former performer in the state last year.
Gators Sign
18 Gridders
The University of Florida an announced
nounced announced yesterday the signing of
10 more high school football play players,
ers, players, five from Fort Lauderdale,
to grant-in-aid scholarships.
This brought to 18 the number
signed since Saturday.
Among the new players were
halfback Tommy Glenn of Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Ribault, sought after by
practically every school in the
Southeastern Conference, and all-
Georgia fullback Wayne Barfield
of Albany.
All-Alabama tackle Rick Hughes
of Birminghams Woodlawn High,
was, the biggest player signed so
far at 6-feet-2 and 235 pounds.
Another much -sought-after
player who chose the Gators was
Winter Havens quarterback Bobby
Downs, who scored 119 points this
Others signed included Bryan
Jetter, end, Fort Lauderdale High;
Doug Splane, tackle, Fort Lauder Lauderdale
dale Lauderdale Stranhan; end Ed Virgin, Fort
Lauderdale Stranahan; guard Gary
Waldron, Fort Lauderdale Stran Stranahan;
ahan; Stranahan; end Rich Schmidt, Fort Lau Lauderdale
derdale Lauderdale Pine Crest; Bob Mont Montgomery,
gomery, Montgomery, end, Moultrie, Ga.; Bill
Harrell, tackle, UMS High School
Mobile, Ala.; and guard Charles
Faulk of Dublin, Ga.
Among those signed Saturday
were end Douglas Bird of Orlando
Boone, tackles Fred Wallace,
Jacksonville Paxon, and Paige
Cutliffe, Banks High of Birming Birmingham;
ham; Birmingham; guard Robert Russ of Wild Wildwood;
wood; Wildwood; quarterback David Mc Mcbintosh
bintosh Mcbintosh of West Palm Beach Car Cardinal
dinal Cardinal Newmand and halfback John
Woodward of Orlando Colonial.
orange league blue league
1. PDT-428 1. PGD-530
2. SN -409" 2. LKA -517
3. DTD-390 3. DU -404
4. TEP-381 4. XP -392
5. SAE -378 5. PKP-343
6. PKT-37S 6. TKE-341
7. KS -291 7. DX -249
PKA-290 8. PEP-245
9. ATO-288 9. AGR-195
10BTP-285 10. DXP-150
11 SX -282
12 PLP-270
13 AEP -245
14 KA -240
15 SPE -240
16 TX -200

Shary, a skillful and high scor scoring
ing scoring guard from Trenton, N.J., is
the prime reason why Tampa is
figured to improve over its 10-14
record of last year. Sharys 26.6
average earned him Most Valuable
Player honors for the Florida In Intercollegiate
tercollegiate Intercollegiate Conference.
The Spartans are also high on
6 foot-5 chuck Andrews, a senior
from Bronson, Mich, who aver averaged
aged averaged 14.7 points per game as a
Gator sights are set on win num number
ber number two after the first defeat at
the hands of Miami Saturday.
Sloan, obviously displeased with
his teams rather unglamorous
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At the Gainesville Livestock Market
5001 N.W. 13th St.

showing, said he is looking for bet better
ter better overall team play tomorrow
night, especially on defense and
in being more agressive.
Sloan said hewould go along with
his usual starting quintet of Tom
Baxley and Brooks Henderson at
guards, Dick Peek and Dick Tom Tomlinson
linson Tomlinson at forwards,, gnd Mont Highly
in center. Baxleys current 23.0
point average leads the team in
Highly, who has corraled 29 re rebounds
bounds rebounds to pace the Gators in that
department, is also in double fig figures
ures figures with a 13.0 average. Hen Henderson
derson Henderson is second in the scoring at

Tuesday .Dec. 10,1963 The Florida Alligator

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Cafeteria Lines...
Get the TOWN HOUSE habit.
candlelight dining nightly
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2204 S.W. 13th St. 376-9904
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So is hers.
What else have they got in common?
More usable space than theyd get in the big biggest
gest biggest conventional wagon. 170 cubic feet versus
the conventional 84.
Yet their wagons .are a yard or more shorter.
They can relax about parking.
No deck sticks out in back.
No hood sticks out in front.
Theyve got the engine in the rear, with the
weight over the rear wheels. For extra traction
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They've got a slide-back sunroof that makes
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Removable seats that make room down below
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With side doors that open 4 feet wide to
handle the big, bulky stuff. --
The seats hold 8 adults and are set well apart.
With legroom that stretches way down. Head Headroom
room Headroom that stretches way up.
What theyve got in common is an uncommon
The Volkswagen Station Wagon.
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