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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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SCOTT KELLEY TO SPEAK
State speaker number two in the Forums
Committee guest speaker program, Scott
Kelley, will speak at 3.* 5, Dec. 1 at the
University Auditorium. Kelley will be
talking on the future of the Democratic
Party and what happened to it through
this last election. Kelley served as the
chairman of Bob Highs campaign in ad addition
dition addition to being one of the major candidates
himself in the primary. This will be the
last program of the semester.
Foreign Newsman
Tours UF Campus

By STEVE HULL
Alligator Executive Editor
Julio Medizabal from Gua Guatemala
temala Guatemala is currently touring the
UF campus as part of a US
Information Agency sponsored
Name Change
For Yearbook
Progresses
The decision to change the name
of the UF yearbook advanced fur-e
ther yesterday afternoon. Seminole
Editor Nel Laughon met with Dean
of Student Affairs Lester L. Hale
and representatives of the various
campus organizations. The com committee
mittee committee approved the name change
and considered the top three names
suggested.
Action must now be taken by the
Board of Student Publications,
which must submit its report to
Leg Council at the beginning of
next trimester. If the Council ap approves
proves approves a change in name for the
Seminole, the new name will be
on this years annual.

acquaintance trip of UJS. college
newspapers and journalism
schools.
Medizabal is program coor coordinator
dinator coordinator for the Guatemalan branch
of the USIA, an agency which
informs the Latin American peo people
ple people of U.S. policy in their coun country.
try. country.
The three month U.S. tour is a
general training program to
inform Latin American countries
about facets of the U.S. working
press.
Medizbal was impressed with
the free expression prevalent in
the U.S. press.
There is no other country
in the world which has freedom
of the press like the United
states,* he said. The Press can
generally say what they want con concerning
cerning concerning important issues, thus
breeding a feeling of security non nonexistent
existent nonexistent in most countires.
Medizabal is special editorial
writer for El Imparcial, the larg largest
est largest and most influential Guatemalan
paper. He also is news corres correspondent
pondent correspondent for Voice of America (Lat (Lat(SEE
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University of Florida

1,500 Students Participate
In Teacher Evaluation

By HARVEY ALPER
Alligator Staff Writer
Fifteen hundred UF students
will participate in a course and
teacher evaluation program this
week.
UF students will be asked to
answer a questionnaire, published
by student governments Depart Department
ment Department of Academic Affairs, analy analyzing
zing analyzing course content and teacher
technique.
The initial evaluation this week
will constitute a trial run. Another
such trial run will be made next
trimester. After the experience
of the two trial programs ques questionnaire
tionnaire questionnaire content, and general pro procedure,
cedure, procedure, will be settled and made
ready for general use starting
with the inception of the quarter
system.
During this weeks trial run,
1500 students will answer the ques questionnaires.
tionnaires. questionnaires. In all, 51 sections in
24 courses taught by 45 different
professors will be evaluated.
Fourteen additional teachers who
requested evaluations will not have
their classes quizzed because the
quota for evaluations has been
filled.
Representatives of student gov government
ernment government will distribute and collect
the questionnaires during class
time this week. The confidential
questionnaires will then be re returned
turned returned to Bob Imholte, secretary
of Academic Affairs. Imholte will
have the answers evaluated by
computer.
The main intention of the pro program
gram program is to improve the quality
of education at the UF through
feedback from the classroom. It
is hoped that student attitudes
toward courses and their content
will be collected for analysis and
possible reforms.
In addition the questionnaires
seek to make students aware of
their own possibilities in the ed educational
ucational educational climate of the UF.
LEG COUNCIL
MEETING
TONIGHT
The seniority bill establishes
the standing committees, the rules
for membership, the duties of the
committee, and the powers. It
also provides that the chairman
of all committees should have
experience before being appointed.
Presently there are no definite
rules as to which com mittees stand
and what their duties are.
The fair contribution bill calls
for each party during elections to
report all sources of contributions
received and to report all expend expenditures
itures expenditures during their campaigns.
There will be a first reading
of the moratorium law which pro prohibits
hibits prohibits all special appropriations
of money during elections for the
purpose of buying votes.
The election laws of the student
body, which were turned back to
the committee after last council
meeting, will again go up for a
first reading.
Party caucus begins at 8:00.

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as a Union soldier, is shown holding James
Richardson, playing John Brown, in the
Florida Players production of John Browns
Body. This epic Civil War poem makes
its theatric debut Wednesday for a five fiveday
day fiveday run by the Florida Players at Norman
Auditorium.
Curtain time is 7:30 p.m. Wednesday and
Thursday and 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
Matinees are scheduled at 2 p.m. Saturday
and Sunday. Admission is 85 cents for the
general public, 55 cents for schoolchild schoolchildren
ren schoolchildren and 25 cents for UF students.
Orange Bowl Tickets
On Sale This Week
Tickets lor the Orange Bowl Game between Florida and
Georgia Tech are on sale this week to students and faculty
only. Students are allowed one ticket per student ID card, and
this has already presented problems to several students. Sev Several
eral Several married students complained that they wanted to take
non-student wives to the Bowl game but were unable to get a
ticket for them.
When asked about the problem, Athletic Business Manager
Percy Beard said, We are following the same allocation as
for the FSU game when seating was just as tight. That's one
ticket per student.'
Suppose a student wants to take his wife and his wife is not
a student at the UF? I dont know how they handled the situation
then." s*d Beard.
Students must present their Florida ID card along with
their Orange Bowi ucicet at game time Jan. 2.
Tickets may be purchased, one per person, at the student
ticket window at the Stadium from 8:30 to 12:00 on Tuesday and
Thursday, and from 3:00 to 6:00 on Wednesday and Friday.
Faculty members may purchase tickets at the inside tick ticket
et ticket window. Hours are 8:30 12:00, 1:30 5:00 p.m. Faculty
members are limited to two tickets per person.

Tuesday November 29, 1966



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A UF research professor In
the Department of Anthropo Anthropology
logy Anthropology says that the custodial
emphasis*' of the school sys systems
tems systems today inhibits effective
learning.
Dr. Solon T. Ktnball. who
came to the Uni University
versity University this fall
as a Guggenheim
Fellow, said, iHjSI&Sr jl
Today's teach teachers
ers teachers are now bet better
ter better prepared to
teach. The close
supervision of £
the past is
longer neces- 1
sary."
He recommen- KIMBALL
ded the Artminis.
trative emphasis in the present
school organization be replaced
bv the pattern of the university
Wives Receive
PHT Diplomas
We*ve got scholarships and
loans, debts 19 to our ears, bud budgets
gets budgets that won't balance, and a car
that's stripped its gears."
Thats the song of the girls
behind the men" at the UF
the wives who push hubby through
college."
Wives of the University male
students scheduled to graduate in
December will receive special di diplomas
plomas diplomas at the annual PHT (Push (Pushing
ing (Pushing Hubby Through) program at
8 p.m. Friday at the J. mills
Miller Health Center auditorium
at the College of Medicine.
Speaker at the program, spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the Business Adminis Administration
tration Administration Dames, will be Mrs. Glen
. J. Hoffman, president of the Uni University
versity University Women's Club.
Mrs. John Merkley will give
recognition to outstanding dames
and Mrs. Franklin Perry, sponsor
for General Dames, will award
honorary degrees to wives of grad graduating
uating graduating seniors.
Cathy Kushlow will sing the
song, We've got scholarships and
loans . adapted from South
Pacific's There's Nothing Like
A Dame."
The Pushing Hubby Through
degree awarded is issued by the
board of University Dames upon
recognition of the member's
loyal support and unfailing pa patience
tience patience while pushing hubby
through ...
It is signed by Dr. J. Wayne
Reitz, president of the University.
Several hundred diplomas will be
awarded at the program.

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system which allows greater
autonomy and decentralization.
Dr. Kimball, author of Educa Education
tion Education and the New America," point pointed
ed pointed out educational pro processes
cesses processes are outdated. The as assign-study
sign-study-recite" assign-study method of
the past no longer meets educat educational
ional educational needs, he emphasized.
I am against the 'quiz kid'
approach to education, where the
student memorizes facts, Dr.
Kimball noted.
The social anthropologist said
there are four basic discip disciplines
lines disciplines of thought which each
student should acquiremath acquiremathematics
ematics acquiremathematics and logic, experimentat experimentation,
ion, experimentation, esthetics and natural history.
The four disciplines present
a systematic manner of thought to
examine the universe, Dr. Kim Kimball
ball Kimball said. He explained natural
history as seeking to understand
behavior in time and space." Es Esthetics,
thetics, Esthetics, he pointed out, Includes
sensual experiencesways of
looking at color, form and pat patterns.
terns. patterns.
Dr. Kimball said these discip disciplines
lines disciplines help the student interpret (
new experiences. It is not possi possible
ble possible for an individual to learn all
that is available," he added.
Universities are becoming great
cultural centers for regions, Dr.
Kimball noted. The first step in
this direction," he said, was the
agricultural extension services,
which carried the university to the
outside community.
Dr. Kimball's experience prior
to coming to the UF includes
teaching at Michigan State Uni University,
versity, University, Columbia University, the
University of Alabama (where he
was chairman of the Department
of Sociology and Anthropology),
work with the Bureau of Indian Af Affairs
fairs Affairs of the Department of the In Interior
terior Interior and serving as coordinator
for an AID (Aid to International
Development) in Peru for 1 1/2
years.
He has done research in Michi Michigan,
gan, Michigan, Alabama, on the Navajo In Indian
dian Indian Reservation and in Ireland.
A graduate of Kansas State Uni University,
versity, University, he has the Ph.D. degree
from Harvard University. He also
holds an honorary doctor of science
degree from Kansas State Univer University.
sity. University.
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He is author and co-author of
numerous books and articles,
including a 1965 publication of
Culture and Community, with
C. M. Arensberg.

Christmas Concert
Presented Tonight

The annual Christmas Concert
will be presented tonight in the
University Auditorium at 8:15p.m.
by the combined singing groups
of the University Choir and Mens
and Women's Glee Clubs, conduct conducted
ed conducted by Dr. Elwood Keister and
Dr. Bertram Gable.
Each group will present a choice
selection of Christmas music and
the program will be concluded by
the groups combining to produce
a grand finale of the sounds of
Christmas.
No admission will be charged
and the public is invited.

Floyd Christian To Speak
At Florida Blue Keyanquet

Floyd Christian, state superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of public instruction, will
be keynote speaker for the in installation
stallation installation banquet of Florida Blue
Key, the University of Floridas
Newsman Sees
Press Freedom
(FROM PAGE ONE)
in American Division) and plans
to do a taped program concern concerning
ing concerning the Florida Alligator.
He will leave the UF today
and return to his home country
of Guatemala.
Author of three books concern concerning
ing concerning various political ideologies
of the UJS., and Latin American
foreign relations, Medlzabal
is gathering material for his
fourth book which will deal with his
tour of the UJ3.
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Two UF Students
Claim Sighting UFO

Howard Vogel and Susan Myzur,
both 2UC, spotted an unidentified
flying object Sunday, Nov. 27, at
8:30 p.m. while returning to
Gainesville from Miami on 1-75.
The U.F.O. was sighted approx approximately
imately approximately 50-55 miles south of
Gainesville. Vogel and Miss Myzur
were seated in the rear seat of
the car in which they were riding
when Vogel saw a bright object
coming from the north at an ex-

mens leadership fraternity, at
6:30 p.m. Thursday.
Christians address at the Holi Holiday
day Holiday Inn will center around the crit critical
ical critical problems facing education
today and how they will chal challenge
lenge challenge Florida Blue Key members
as future leaders of the state.
New officers to be installed will
be Barry Sinoff of Jacksonville,
president; Joseph Marinelli of
North Miami Beach, vice pre president;
sident; president; Eric Smith of Miami,
secretary, and William Mcride
of Leesburg, treasurer.
During the banquet, 37 campus
leaders at the UF will be
initiated into the fraternity.

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Loan Fund
Will Honor
Dean Sawyer
A memorial loan fund for en engineering
gineering engineering students at the UF win
be established in honor of William
Lincoln Sawyer, assistant dean of
the College of Engineering, who
died Friday.
Dr. John Nattress, acting dean
of the college, said Mrs. Sawyer
has requested that friends contri contribute
bute contribute to the memorial fund in lieu
of flowers.

tremely high altitude. Miss Myzur
also saw the object.
Vogel related, it came at a
very high speed. When it came to
a position ahead of the car, but
still to the right of it, the object
came to a complete stop and low lowered
ered lowered to about a thousand feet.
It did a couple of loops and then
took off toward the south."
The object was a mile or mile
and a half away from the car.
It had a bright light around it
and was silver and glowing. Vogel
isn't sure if it was oval or round.
The Gainesville police were con contacted
tacted contacted about 11:30 p.m.; they in instructed
structed instructed him to call the Highway
Patrol.. They in turn told him to
call the FA A. Vogel is waiting
for more information from the
FA A.
Foreign Students
Host Dinner
All international students,
American hosts and interested stu students
dents students are invited to attend a Chi Chinese
nese Chinese dinner in the Banquet Room
of the Hub on Saturday, at 6:30
p.m. Tickets are $1.75 and will
be sold in room 315 of the Flor Florida
ida Florida Union or at the International
Student Center. Entertainment is
included.



NATIONAL NEWS
ROBBER CAUGHT ATLANTA -- U. S. Commissioner Frank
Holden placed accused North Carolina bank robber Allan James
Berube, 29, under $50,000 bond Monday at arraignment proceed proceedings
ings proceedings here* Holden said Berube also agreed in writing to return
voluntarily to North Carolina. Berube was arrested by FBI agents
in Atlanta Sunday in connection with the $25,000 robbery of the First
National Bank of Shelby, N. C.
DECISION EXPECTED .. AUSTIN, Tex. President Johnson
expected Monday a decision within a few days" on a Christmas
and New Years truce in the Viet Nam war. He also took steps
to ease cold war tensions in Europe.
The Texas White House announced that talks between U. S. and
South Viet Nam forces in Saigon are continuing. Government sources
said they should be completed within a few days.
In Saigon, American sources said U. S. leaders have agreed to
the truce.
IMPROVING . THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. The condition of
actress Jayne Mansfields 6-year-old son Zoltan Hargitay was
improved Monday but remained guarded following a vicious
attack by a supposedly tame Hon.
The full-grown male lion seized the boy's head in his jaws,
fracturing the victim's skull, slashing open his left jaw and
neck and inflicting numerous puncture wounds and lacerations.
The mauling occurred Saturday at Jungleland Zoo in this Ventura
County community adjacent to Los Angeles as Miss Mansfield
was posing for publicity pictures.
(Georgia, Kagoshima
I Said Sister States I

ATLANTA (UPI) Gov. Carl
Sanders and Gov. Aatsushi Tera Terazono
zono Terazono of Prefecture (state) of Ka Kagoshima,
goshima, Kagoshima, Japan, today officially
joined Georgia and Kagoshima as
sister states.
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documents in Sander's office at
a noon news conference while Ter Terazono
azono Terazono visited Georgia.
Kagoshima and Georgia have
much in common, Sanders said.
Our warm climates, our rich
natural resources, our ports, and
our natural beauties make a close
relationship far more than merely
a matter of convenience.
I am sure that Gov. Tera Terazono
zono Terazono shares my hopes that our
sister-state relationship will not
be simply a formal piece of pa paper.
per. paper. Terazono said he hoped the
union of Georgia and his state
would produce industrial cooper cooperation,
ation, cooperation, exchange students and other
cultural exchanges.

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Senators Get
Big Pay Hike
From Selves
TALLAHASSEE (UPI) State
senators got their pay raised Mon Monday
day Monday to the same level as members
of the House. The Rules Com Committee
mittee Committee of the Senate voted members
a flat S3OO monthly expense allow allowance
ance allowance in addition to the constitution constitutional
al constitutional SIOO a month salary.
The S3OO payment, which each
member must requisition in or order
der order to draw, is only for the per periods
iods periods when the legislature is not
in session. During regular and
special sessions, members get $25
a day plus four paid roundtrlps
home.
House members voted the S3OO
expense allowance during an
organization session of the leg legislature
islature legislature earlier this month.
The Senate put into its rules
the authority for the committee
to provide additional money.
Under guidance of Chairman
Tom Whitaker of Tampa, this was
done Monday when many law lawmakers
makers lawmakers were in town for the start
of the constitutional convention and
a session of the ad valorem tax
study committee.
Sen. Elmer Friday of Fort Myers
moved the S3OO amount and it was
voted unanimously.
The House rules required that in
order to get the state allowance,
legislators must give up supple supplemental
mental supplemental pay from their comities or
at least deduct whatever is receiv received
ed received locally from the state allowance.

Tuesday, November 29, 1966, The Florida Alligator,

WORLD NEWS
SOUTH OF THE PECOS . ACAPULCO Eleven persons died
Monday in a shootout between police and rustlers in Mexico's
lawless territory, where the gun law of the Old West still pre prevails.
vails. prevails. The dead included Juan Cano Iniguez, head of the rustling
gang; three of his men, five policemen, and two small children
hit by stray bullets in the gun duel.
Six other persons were wounded and in serious condition.
Authorities said the shootout began when a police patrol sur surrounded
rounded surrounded the rustlers in the village of Tunas, about 20 miles from
Acapulco, and the bandits refused to surrender.
The gun battle lasted more than two hours. The dead children
and six wounded were villagers hit by accident in the crossfire
from pistols, rifles and tommyguns.
WAR LESS POSSIBLE .. CAIRO, U. A. R. Fears of armed
U. S. intervention, regional disunity and internal economic prob problems
lems problems in the Arab world today appeared to rule out any deliberate
eruption of general Middle East war against Israel.
Given the state of tempers on both sides, border incidents
will likely continue. But observers feel barring a surprise esca escalation
lation escalation neither side is anxious to get into a full-soale confrontation
now.
For Israel, overwhelmingly outnumbered on all sides, it could
be a prelude to disaster. With war reparationsfrom Germany coming
to an end and her economy reportedly sagging, Israel appears to
need all the time she can get to recover poise.
On the Arab side there are factors just as pressing for staying
out of trouble.
KIRK WANTS
MODERN LAWS i
TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Governor-elect Claude Kirk Monday
challenged Floridas first constitutional convention in close to
a century to formulate a modern basic law that will propel the
state to great heights in the affairs of the nation.
In his first appearance before the commission, Kirk cautioned
the group to be ever mindful that its work ultimately will affect
the lives of every citizen of Florida.
His only specific recommendation was that any new Constitu Constitution
tion Constitution provide home rule for counties, enabling local governments
to run their own affairs.
Other vital areas requiring study and change, Kirk said
with making any recommendations, include apportionment, legis legislative
lative legislative sessions, court administration, the Cabinet system, hu human
man human rights, finance and taxation, gubernatorial succession, strength
and authority, eminent domain, and education. Kirk received a stand standing
ing standing ovation when he was introduced. Although dodging specifics,
Kirks 13-minute address indicated he is greatly concerned with
the subjects of gubernatorial succession and strength, indicating
that he will work for a stronger chief executives office. He also
made it clear that he intends to have a voice in the final product producteither
either producteither through personal contacts with the commission or through
his spokesmen who are members, presumably House and Senate
Republican leaders C. W. Young, St. Petersburg, and Don Reed, Jr.,
Palm Beach.
He referred to it as our Constitution, and twice mentioned the
fact that it will be his job to advocate the final product to tha
people.
During the weeks ahead, Kirk said, I will be in constant
touch with activities here, either personally or through repre representation
sentation representation on this commission. Such effective and complete communi communication
cation communication on your thoughts and concepts in formulating our Constitu Constitution
tion Constitution will better prepare me for the time when I advocate its adop adoption.
tion. adoption. He urged a space age document as flexible in the future
as it has been in the past and said it must provide the means
for Florida to deal with its own problems.
Such failure in the past, he said, opened the door to federal
intervention and eroding of the constitutional right of a sover sovereign
eign sovereign state to care for itself.
Saying he has always believed local problems should be re resolved
solved resolved by local officials, he expressed hope the Constitution will
enable local government to more rapidly meet changing demand
at the local level.
He added, We must insure that no chief executive, no legis legislature,
lature, legislature, no judiciary will ever be capable of creating a status quo
in our governmental process in opposition to the will of the people.
Kirks appearance climaxed the first days meeting of the con convention
vention convention which also adopted majority rule and heard a plea from
its chairman to forget politics and give the state the best basic
law in the nation. In outlining what he considered the most trouble troublesome
some troublesome areas facing the 37-member commission, Chairman Chester Chesterfield
field Chesterfield Smith of Bartow said, It is our duty to draft the best Constitu Constitution
tion Constitution for our state, regardless of politics and without trying to guess
whether it will be politically acceptable to the legislature or the
people.
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The Florida Alligator
'A MtQVvfy. li Owf^wPWTlt'Tiuili'
EDDIE SEARS 808 MENAKER STEVE HULL
Editor Managing* Editor Executive Editor
ANDY MOOR DICK DENNIS
Editorial Editor Sports Editor
Opinions of columnists do not necessarily reflect the
editorial viewpoint of the Alligator. The only official
voice of the Alligator staff is the editorial In the left
column.
Let Them Sell
It was nothing but a headache, said %
Dollars for Scholars Chairman Tim John Johnson.
son. Johnson.
That about describes the two-week-old
controversy over the sale of Gator Dis Discount
count Discount Cards on campus.
Johnson and Student Body President
Buddy Jacobs gave their stamp of approv approval
al approval to the sale of the cards, evidently
unaware that it was illegal for them
to do so, since such approval must
come from the UF Business Manager.
Johnson and Jacobs to be sure
were acting in good faith. Gator
Card promoter Jim Carleto has pro promised
mised promised them at least 25 per cent of
the profit made for Dollars for Schol Scholars.
ars. Scholars. 7
The cards were sold on campus for
three days before a surge of criticism
hit the Student Government offices and they
halted open sale. But sales have con continued
tinued continued to go on via sorority girls. And,
so far as we can tell, they havent stopped
Despite all the criticism, we dont see
anything wrong with selling the Gator
Cards or anything else for that
matter if such a worthwhile cause
such as Dollars for Scholars is the bene benefactor.
factor. benefactor.
/
We find it hard to believe that the
Gator Card stands were bothering
anyone. Anybody who wasnt interested
didnt have to purchase one. Whether
or not they are worth the $1 charge
doesnt matter either. That is up to the
individual to decide.
Its true that the UF Business Office
was never contacted about the Gator Cards
-- and it should have been. But it
is doubtful that that office would have
given approval anyhow, since it has
for years restricted commercial act activity
ivity activity on campus to the sale of state news newspapers
papers newspapers and honor apples.
So wed like to propose a solution that
should make everyone happy.
Provisions should be made by the busi business
ness business office to allow sale of commer commercial
cial commercial items such as the cards, if the
person asking to do so agrees to donate
a certain amount say 10 percent
of gross proceeds to Dollars for Schol Scholars
ars Scholars or some other worthwhile project
such as an indoor swimming pool.
Sales under such a program should be
restricted to certain areas of the campus
near the library, Campus Club and Hub
-- so that they wouldnt interfere with
normal campus activity.
Under such a plan, the University could
help finance programs it cant directly
aid without dipping into its own pockets.,
Thats not a bad deal.
$

What It Takes
To Be Really Cool

By JUSTINE HARTMAN
Alligator Columnist
A few nights ago at dinner I
had the good fortune of being en enlightened
lightened enlightened as to the precise nature
of the nebulous and highly desir desirable
able desirable quality which is cool." The
conversation went like this:
Oh, I just have to tell ya,"
began Stella. I have this date
with Calvin Mcod he's in Psi
Rho Omicron fraternity by the
way Well, was I shocked when
he asked me to go get bombed
with him next Friday night! I hard hardly
ly hardly flirted with him at all at the
social and I certainly didn't think
that was enough to do the trick.
Ill say you flirted with him
enough. He was with me at the
social," commented Clara caust caustically.
ically. caustically.
Well," continued Stella, I
wasn't the least bit excited about
going out with him I mean
I didn't even know him whether
hes 21 or has a car or ANY ANYTHING.
THING. ANYTHING. And I sure didnt realize
he was cool until whats her name
came up and said, Are you having
a cool time?' So I said, yeh,l
mean what can I say? ltsOK.
So she says to me' Well, you should
be having a fabulous timeyoure
only with the coolest, toughest
bod in the house.' Well, would
you believe I really wasnt that
wild about him until whats her
name told me he was so cool T. ."
I crave your blouse," inter interjected
jected interjected Iris. Is it a Villager? Yeh,
I thought so lve got six just
like it."
I just cant get over how I
begin to like someone twice as
much once someone tells me hes
cool," said Henrietta.
Yeh, thats exactly what hap happened,"
pened," happened," said Stella, maneuvering
the conversation back to her story.
Anyway, Friday night were going
to this place called Hairy Als.
Ive never even heard of it," she
exclaimed with a cosmopolitan air.
Its my favorite bar in Gaines Gainesville,"
ville," Gainesville," I said. Not too many
students knew about it theyve
got great German Dotato salad and
salami, if youre the dill pick pickle
le pickle andpumpernickel type," I ven ventured
tured ventured sociably.
But it is COOL?" Stella de demanded.
manded. demanded.

Sex And The Ostrich

Ive never thought about it,"
I said. I just like it."
Its the strangest thing," mum mumbled
bled mumbled Millie. I know these two twins
Eggbert and Xavier Mcean
who pledged different fraternit fraternities.
ies. fraternities. Imagine that! TTiey must be
independent thinkers or something.
Anyhow, Eggbert is a Gamma
Ramma Baroma and is he un unbelieveable
believeable unbelieveable and his bod! Oh,
his bod THAT really gets
the nod. Hes got to be the
thoughest thing going. Xavier's an
lota Rho Xi and What a super superlead.
lead. superlead. He looks just like Egg Eggbert
bert Eggbert and even wears the same
clothes, but hes just not cool,"
she confided.
Maybe its because he doesn't
act cool," speculated Stella. I
think maybe why I didnt real realize
ize realize Calvin was cool was that he
didnt act cool boy, he sure
had me fooled at first."
Well, Ill tell you what I
think," broke in eager Ethel. If
a guys cool, he should act cool.
Its as simple as that. I mean
whats the sense of being sharp
if you go around acting like
a sniveling snipe? If a guys
cool, hes gotta let people know
it."
(SEE COOL" PAGE 5)

Florida Alligator Staff'
TYLER TUCKER NEWT SIMMONS GENE NAIL
Assistant Managing Editor Editorial Assistant Editorial Assistant
NICK ARROYO CAROL HEFNER NICK TATRO
Photo Editor Society Editor Wire Editor
STAFF WRITERS Susan Froemke, Barbara Gefen,
Maury dicker, Harvey Alper, Jean Mamlin, Kathie
Keim, Frank Shepherd, Aggie Fowles, Justine Hartman,
Jimmey Bailey.
ASSISTANT EDITORS John Briggs, Margie Green,
Jo Ann Langworthy, Joe Torchia. Bob Beck.
LAB ASSISTANTS' JoAnn Gerard, Diann Devine, Jerry War Warren,
ren, Warren, Laura Brown, Peggy Sneider, Dave Reddick, Brady Farris
Joe Varon, Marie Varon, David Weiss, Greg Borden.
In order to better cover campus events the Alligator uses
reporters from the School of Jo or tout ism ana v oinitiuiucuiious.
Their bylines are followed by Alligator Correspondent.

By DAVID MORRIS
Alligator Columnist
Item: Bill Baird wanted to pub publicize
licize publicize the fact that he ran a so society
ciety society to give birth control in information
formation information and devices to the poor.
He wanted to put an advertisement
in the Yellow Pages making it clear
what the purposes of this
society were, and wrote the
following, Birth control methods
taught free. The Yellow Pages
refused to print this obscenity,
substituting Parents Aid Soc Society
iety- Society Reproductive Physiology
Taught Free.
Item: The New York Times will
refuse to let a male advertise for
riders to share expenses on auto
trip. He must say Male riders
wanted ... No illicit relation relationships
ships relationships shall ever come from a New
York Tiroes ad.
Item: In New York until last
year, and still in New Jersey,
there is a law prohibiting anyone
from offering to sell or give in information
formation information or devices for the pre prevention
vention prevention of conception.
Item: The UF has before it now
a girl who has been charged of
baring her chest for an off offcampus
campus offcampus magazine^
This is our country-one side
of it. Let us look at the other
side, the one that's not so
humorous.
Item: Last year, and the year
before, there were over 1,000,000
illegal abortions performed in the
United States.
Item: 8,000 girls and women lost
tfteir lives in the process of un undergoing
dergoing undergoing a poorly performed abor abortion.
tion. abortion.
Item: Os all teenage marriages
in the US 50 per cent take place
when the girl is pregnant.
Item: According to recent sur surveys
veys surveys a majority of the American
people have engaged in premar premarital
ital premarital Intercourse.
Yet our nation, and especially
our universities, continue to act
like the ostrich that puts its head
in the sand to ignore a problem.
A pill which is 100 per cent
effective for most women is
now easily obtainable. In addition
there are other, many other de devices
vices devices which are available for the
prevention of conception. Yet, for
some unintelligible reason (ex (except
cept (except maybe fear of public indig indignation)
nation) indignation) the universities would
rather concern themselves with
the almost irrelevant problem of
maintaining curfews rather than
providing the freshmen and soph sophomores
omores sophomores with the information ne necessary
cessary necessary to (1) make an intelligent
choice with respect to sexual re relationships
lationships relationships and (2) be able to pre prevent
vent prevent the type of accidents which
can ruin a young man and woman's
life.
(SEE SEX PAGE 5)



Sex: Here
To Stay
(FROM PAGE 4)
Getting a girl back to ber dorm
at 1:30 will not stop the sex urge.
What it will do is make a girl
and boy climb outofbedat 1 a.m.
instead of having the luxury of
leisurely sleeping until morning.
Sex is undoubtedly an urge pre present
sent present in everyone. Castration might
curb its drive. Curfews probably
will have little effect.
According to Kinsey, women
who have premarital relations have
better adjusted marriages than
those who do not. With this
in mind, and the opening items
the university should hold an open
forum on the subject of sex
and the student,* with the admin administration,
istration, administration, faculty and students re represented
presented represented to discuss a subject so
taboo yet so centjjal to our lives.
If the results of the forum, or
conference, are such that the case
has not been proved against pre premarital
marital premarital sex or abortions, and fur furthermore,
thermore, furthermore, that most students on
campus either do, or would like
to, partake in the pleasures of the
body, then it is the moral res responsibility
ponsibility responsibility of the University
(and I choose the words with
care) to provide the proper
information to prevent unwanted
pregnancies among the student
body. Birth control pills and other
information should be made avail available
able available at the infirmary. Information
,on abortions should also be given
out by competent members of the
medical profession.
Sex is here to stay. Freud said
that the sex drive was a nat natural
ural natural one. Playboy says it is
a delightful urge. The Catholic
Church says it is a sin unless
performed under strict condi conditions.
tions. conditions. The universities,"mentors
and protectors of the young,
are pretending that the prob problem
lem problem does not exist.
Cool Or
*
Super-Cool?
(FROM PAGE 4)
Couldnt he just be um-ei
'cool* and enjoy knowing it him himself
self himself without needing to show
everyone?** I asked naively. It
shouldnt matter to him what
everyone thinks, should it?*
Youre really out of it,** said
Ethel. Listen, it*s only if other
people think youre cool that you
are truly cool,** she explained.
Yeh, once you convince every everyone
one everyone youre cool whether you real really
ly really are or not UNDERNEATH
from that moment on youre cool
unless they change their minds,
of course, added Millie.
I see now, I said, grateful
for the explanation.
I sure dont like guys to act
like theyre super-cool, harped
Henrietta. It really turns me
off.
What you really mean, Ethel,
paraphrased Polly, is that
a guy shouldnt act uncool or too
cool either no extremes
just cool enough. But above all,
he should act like it doesn't mat matter
ter matter to him whether you think he's
cool or noteven though it does,
of course. That's wnat turns a girl
on, she concluded triumphantly.
Better said, better said, ad admitted
mitted admitted Ethel.
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EDITOR: J
When I arrived in this country from England in July last year,
I had no strong political views; I had been brought up in an en environment
vironment environment where most people were reasonable, certainly those
in charge were, and I had come to take all this for granted. I
arrived in America with an unbiased, open outlook, ready to
espouse whatever philosophy seemed most cogent. After sixteen
months in this country, let me explain why I have come out
firmly associated with the group of people known as liberals,
and why I excuse the occasional immaturity or over-enthusiasm
of these people in the light of their overwhelming moral justi justification.
fication. justification. Let me also explain why I have been forced to have
little respect for the established forces of law and order in
this country, and have almost, though not quite, come to sym sympathize
pathize sympathize with a friend of mine who promises he will hold a party the
next time he hears of a policeman being shot.
A few months ago I was summoned before the local K branch
of the FBI. They were conducting an investigation of a friend of
mine, a Cuban girl, now resident in New York, with whom I
had been on holiday in the Cayman Islands : last year. They
were concerned that a man we had met in the Cayman I slands
was a possible communist agent, and that my friend had gone
there to hold a pre-arranged meeting with him. Even though I
explained to them that the location of the holiday was my idea,
they persisted with the view that she was a Communist sym sympathizer,
pathizer, sympathizer, and indeed had prepared a dossier on her which I
estimate ran to 50 pages. They had harassed her with unpleasant
and personal questions, and asked me several leading questions
calculated to undermine my belief in anything she had ever told

EDITOR:
Arabic nations shall recognize
Israel sooner or later. The Israeli
person enjoys a higher living
standard and therefore it is too
advantageous of the Arabs to
recognize Israel as soon as
possible. Thus they will catch
two birds by the same stone:
their attainment of higher living
standards and putting a final end
to the fights that are repeatedly
forming at the boundaries be between
tween between Israel and Arab nations, es especially
pecially especially Syria.
Actually, Palestinians' them themselves
selves themselves sold their lands to the
people of Israel, and the lat latter
ter latter have legal documents cert certifying
ifying certifying that the Israeli people
are the rightful owners of the
land. Naturally, therefore, Arabs
have no right to claim the pro property
perty property of the land.
All Arab nations since Israel
was fromed 18 years ago are
proudly shouting to solve the
problem of Israel, but until
now, none except Tunisia or
all of them collectively succeed succeeded
ed succeeded in solving the problem.
The Liberation Institution
formed on May 38, 1964, the
High Arab Institution with Haj
Amin Al-Husaini as the boss,
and the Storm raids all cost
Arab nations huge amounts of
money. This could be avoided
if the Arab nations reconcile
with Israel.
Moreover, friends of the
Arabs cannot be assured. Pre Presently
sently Presently they are USSR and East Eastern
ern Eastern Europe nations. These same
nations were first to encourage
the formation of Israel since
USSR was the first nation to
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EDITOR:
I am a first semester graduate
student at the University of Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. I do not know of past condi conditions
tions conditions of the infirmary, but I do
feel that I have some insight into
present conditions. I was a patient
from October 22 to my release
on November 1. During this time
I received professional, courteous
treatment. Having had some ex experience
perience experience in private hospitals, I
feel that the infirmary is an ex excellent
cellent excellent medical institution. It is
staffed by people dedicated to the
welfare of the student body of the
University of Florida.
For two more weeks I was an
outpatient. 1 made observations
during my twice weekly visits,
and I can report that I did not
observe one instance of an infir infirmary
mary infirmary staff member acting in a
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ly definitely being rude to staff members.
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me. In short, they acted with devilish efficiency following 19
a lead which intuition should have told them was nonsensical.
The other incident occurred about two weeks ago. I was re returning
turning returning home at about midnight with a girl of partially Negro
origin. Four young thugs followed us, making insulting remarks,
and the next thing I knew I was sent sprawling by a vicious blow
to the side of the head, which gave me a headache for the next
two days. Picking myself up, I wrote down the registration
number of the car owned by my assailants, and my friend and
I walked home without further molestation.! On reaching home,
I phoned the police; an officer came round within a few minutes,
and took down all the details, Including the number of the car.
Today, not having heard anything more from the police,l went
down to the station, to discover that not only had nothing been
done, but they did not even have a record of the number of the
car. Fortunately I had kept a record of the number myself. It
was a reasonable certainty that this crucial piece of evidence
had been deliberately forgotten in the hope that I too would not
have kept a record of it.
These incidents taken together show that the establishment in
this country can be extremely pressing in their investigations,
even when given a faulty tip-off from a country in which they
have no jurisdiction. It also shows that they can show an uncanny
inefficiency in investigating genuine complaints of brutal and in insulting
sulting insulting behaviour. If the right-wing in this country (a group
in which I include segregationists and also the police force and
FBI) has to make its point either by physical violence or by
withholding information, I dont think that its point is worth making.
PETER C. H. PRITCHARD, 7AS

their- religious ceremonies. Be Besides,
sides, Besides, Eastern Europe nations,
especially Czechoslovakia, were
the first nations to offer arms
for Israel.

thnnirc to Dr. H. wiiison, whose
many hours of consultation and
concentration on my case probably
averted a greatly extended illness
on my part as well as a wreck wrecked
ed wrecked career as a graduate student.

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for next trimester. Colonial Manor
apartment, 378-3878.(C-60-10t-c)
ONE FEMALE roommate want wanted
ed wanted to share one bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Summit House. Call 372-
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(C-62-4t-c)
ONE BLOCK FROM MAIN Ll Llrary
rary Llrary Roommate for complete completely
ly completely furnished modern apartment.
Living room, bedroom, kitchen kitchenette,
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month, 378-6074. (C-61-2t-c).
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room bedroom apartment at UDiversity Gar Gardens.
dens. Gardens. $65 per month plus l/2
utilities. Available Jan. Ist. Call
Margaret, 378-5431. (C-61-3t-p).
help wanted
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and utilities and some compensa compensation.
tion. compensation. Graduate Student only, cou couple
ple couple preferred. Call 376-4353 even evenings.
ings. evenings. (E-61-10t-c).
HELP WANTED Students who
type and students eligible for work
study program. For further in information
formation information report to room 183,
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nc). (E-46-6tnc).
A STUDENT SECRETARY is
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IN HOOP ACTION

Gator Defense Can Make
Florida Leading Contender

By BILL BURNS
Alligator Sports Writer
Floridas new basketball coach,
Tom Bartlett, inherited a pretty
frisky bunch of cage horses and is
working hard to put them at the
front of the Southeastern Confer Conference
ence Conference basketball race.
If the Gators can develop a tough
defense they could prove to be
a strong dark horse in the title
run.
Bartlett, who came to Florida
after serving three years as the
head of Tennessees rugged
defense, is the man to teach it.
That may sound different to hear
of a college coach teaching funda fundamental
mental fundamental defense to his boys, but
Bartlett believes in it.
Youve got to be schooled
in man-to-man defense be before
fore before anything else, declared
the Gator coach. If you can
play man-to-man effectively,
you cah play any kind of defense.
Bartlett added that Floridas
opponents will not be able to
just walk on the court and say,
Well, Florida plays such-and
-such a defense. Break that and
we can run all over the Gat Gators.
ors. Gators. He plans to vary his de defensive
fensive defensive tactics considerably.
Another big problem for the
Gators, according to Bartlett,
is a lack of returning, experienc experienced
ed experienced guards. From last years squad
only Skip Hlgley, 6-0 senior cap captain,
tain, captain, returned.
In an effort to give some strength
to that vital position Bartlett has
shifted David Miller (6-5 junior)
from forward to guard.
Dave has never played guard
before, but he might just surprise
a few people and turn out to be
one of the best big guards in the
conference, Bartlett speculated.
The new Gator coach also plans
to fastbreak his team a lot more
than was done under his prede predecessor,
cessor, predecessor, Norman Sloan. Condi Conditioning,
tioning, Conditioning, an essential to a fast fastbreaking
breaking fastbreaking team, has been heavily
stressed all fall.
I dont think these boys were

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autos
1961 Chevrolet, $495; 1962 Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet Convertible, $1,095; 1966
Chevrolet, $2,195; 1964 Falcon,
$995. Call Dave Bowman, 376-
7581, ext. 48. (G-61-st-c).
SIMON TEMPLARS VOLVO 1963
P-1800 GT model. At least a
look alike! Below book price, sl,-
895. See at 2818 NE 12th Street
or arrange 202 Building D. (G (G---61-3t-c).
--61-3t-c). (G---61-3t-c).
1932 FORD, 5 window coupe, 33i
cu. in. Chrysler Hemi power, eng engine
ine engine is completely rebuilt, Wieand
Drag star Manifold, super full
cam, body is channeled over
custom tubular frame. Call 378-
12* 7 4 Price S3OO firm.(G-54-10t-c)
1964 THUNDEUBIRD convertible.
All power, and extras, air con conditioned,
ditioned, conditioned, excellent condition. Call
376-4694 before 5 p.m. and
378-4379 after 5 p.m.(G-60-st-c)

used to running quite this much,
smiled the personaoie coach, but
they are rounding into condition
real well.
Well definitely take the fast fastbreak
break fastbreak when we can and I think
we can run with most anybody In
the conference.*
Florida has height, a good bunch
of shooters, and if Bartlett
can bring up the defense and
wade through the SECs new
home-and-home schedule, he
just might come up with a big
winner.
The big thing at the moment is
the schedule.
I couldnt have made up a worse
schedule if I had wanted to, Bart Bartlett
lett Bartlett mourned. The key to our
success will- be how well we
adjust to the road games at
the beginning of the season.
How does Bartlett rate the rest
of the SEC teams?
Excluding ourselves, natur naturally,
ally, naturally, I would say that Kentucky
and Mississippi State are the
top teams followed by Vander Vanderbilt
bilt Vanderbilt and Tennessee. Tennessees
main problem at the moment is
lack of bench strength,* sur surveyed
veyed surveyed the ex-Vol coach.
With every team in the con conference
ference conference meeting each other on
a home and home basis, I think
the champion may very likely
suffer three or four losses, add added
ed added Bartlett.
Florida opens the season Dec. 1
with a road game against Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville University. Miami on the
road and Florida State at home
will get the Gators started before
they break for final examina examinations.
tions. examinations.
Whats really bad, mourned
Bartlett, is that we finish up
finals on Dec. 16 and then hit the
road to play Kentucky and Van Vanderbilt
derbilt Vanderbilt on the 17th and 19th.
At the moment, Floridas start starting
ing starting lineup has Hlgley and Mil Miller
ler Miller as guards, Gary Keller (6-9
senior) and Gary McElroy (6-5
junior) as forwards, and Neal
Walk (6-10 sophomore) as the
center.

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1963 VW, $950, very clean, very
good condition, new tires and ser service
vice service bookley, AM-FM radio. Heat Heater,
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owner: 378-3886. (G-52-lOt-c).
1959 CORVETTE, Hard and soft
tops, new engine, 6,000 miles,
3/4 cam, 1-4 barrel, good tires.
Call Pepe, 372-5332 anytime. (G (G---61-3t-c).
--61-3t-c). (G---61-3t-c).
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after 5:30 p.m. (G-61-st-c).
FOR SALE: 1961 4 door Ford,
good condition, good tires, $490.
376-9950 days or 378-2000 nights.
(G-62-st-c)

GARY KELLER
. . Gator forward
'LOOK Picks
Sp urrier
All-America
The Florida Football Writers
Association chose Steve Spurrier
for the second straight year
tp the LOOK magazine All-
America team.
In the LOOK All-America
story are comments by various
coaches including Coach Ray
Graves on red-shirting foot football
ball football players.
The December 13 issue will
become available on newsstands,
November 29.

1966 GATOR BASKETBALL TEAM
Seated: Assistant Paul Morton, Assistant Coach Jim
Boyd Welsch, Kurt Feazel, Skip Higley (Captain), Harry Dunn,
Harry Winkler, Assistant Coach Dick Davis, Head Coach Tommy
Bartlett.
Standing: Mike Rollyson, David Miller, Gary Keller, Neal Walkg
Jeff Ramsey, Gary McElroy, Andy Owens, Edd Poore.

SPORTS

Tuesday, November 29, 1966, The Florida Alligator,

Kentucky Chosen
As Best In SEC

ATLANTA (UPI) The dy dynamic
namic dynamic duo is back at Ken Kentucky,
tucky, Kentucky, and that can mean only
one thing-the Wildcats are
favored again to win the South Southeastern
eastern Southeastern Conference basketball
title.
The dynamic duo consists
of forward Pat Riley and guard
Louie Dampier. As juniors last
year, they led Kentucky to No.
1 national ranking and the fi finals
nals finals of the NCAA playoffs,
where they lost 72-65 to wind
up with a brilliant 27-2 record.
Riley, 6-foot-2, averaged 22
points per game last winter, while
6-foot Dampier averaged 21.1.
Also returning is starting
center, brawny 6-foot-5 Thad
Jaracz, who averaged 13.2.
Kentucky lost Its other two
starters, Larry Conley and
Tommy Kron, but has a
wealth of talent in reserve, in including
cluding including 6-foot-8 Cliff Berger, who
could force Jaracz to a forward
post before the season is very
old.
The Wildcats were known as
Rupps Runts* last winter,since
veteran coach Adolph Rupp fears
a lack of speed may keep him
on the bench, Kentucky will be
no taller this time around.
But the Wildcats are expected
to have great speed and accuracy
again, and that should be enough
to carry them to the SEC title,
especially since last years two
top contenders Vanderbilt and
Tennessee were riddled with
graduation losses.
Vanderbilt, eighth in the na<-
tion last year with a 22-4 re record,
cord, record, lost all America center
Clyde Lee and all conference
playmaker Keith Thomas. Tennes Tennessee,
see, Tennessee, 18-8, has only all-conference
fQrward Ron Widby, a four-sport
star, returning from last years
top five.
This promotes Florida 16-10

and Mississippi State 14-11 to the
role of contender.
Both teams have four starters
returning. Florida, with 6-foot-10
Jeff Ramsey and 6-foot-9 Gary
Keller, will be the tallest team
in the league, while Mississippi
State could have the outstand outstanding
ing outstanding single player in 6-foot-7
junior Dave Williams.
Auburns Lee DeFore 23.7
and Vandy*s Lee 22.7 were the
leading scorers in the SEC last
season. With them gone, Riley,
Dampier and Williams 19.6
appear to be the leading can candidates
didates candidates for top honors this year.
Alabama and Auburn, both
16-10 last season, each have
four starters back end could
be tough. But Alabama, even
with sharp-shooting Mike
Nordholz 18.4, doesn't appear
to have the necessary speed. Au Auburn
burn Auburn leaned heavily last win winter
ter winter on the now departed De-
Fore for scoring and rebounding.
Georgia is building but still may
have to struggle for its first winn winning
ing winning season in 16 years. Louisiana
State and Mississippi appear
doomed to fight it out to see
which will escape the SEC base basement.
ment. basement.
Tulane, a former SEC weak weakling,
ling, weakling, may show surprising
strength ,1 rt its first winter as
an independent. The Green Wave
has back all five starters from
last season, plus a lot of ex expected
pected expected help from the greatest
19-0 freshman team it ever
had.,
Miami Fla. and Florida State
should be solid independents.
Memphis State could surge to
the fore since the Tigers top
five scorers last year, led by
Mike Butler, were all sopho sophomores.
mores. sophomores. Georgia Tech only broke
even last year and, because
of a lack of height, could have
trouble doing that well this time.

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The greatest football player in the school's history bowed
out Saturday and although he didn't produce a victory he
left little doubt that the Heisman Trophy was deserved.
Steve Spurrier is the Alligator's Player of the Week for
his play in the Gators 21-16 loss to Miami. The senior
quarterback ended his regular season play with a spectac spectacular
ular spectacular performance in which he almost lifted his club from far
out of contention to a startling victory.
Spurrier, for the day, completed 26 of 49 passes for
227 yards and one touchdown, punted for an average of 41.7
per kick and brought Florida from a 21-3 deficit to the final
margin.
The Gators were driving at the final gun, having moved
from their own 20 to the Hurricane 30 in the final 63 seconds
of the contest.
With the Gators trailing late in the third quarter Spurrier
began his magic. Steve Heidt blocked a Miami punt to provide
the big break the Florida offense needed. Given good field
position Spurrier proceeded to rip up one of the nation's
best defensive teams.
He hit 10 consecutive passes in guiding Florida, to two
touchdowns, one a six-yard pass to senior split end Paul
Ewaldsen, the other a 30-yard run with a draw by Larry Smith.
Others drawing support for the Alligator honor are line linebackers
backers linebackers Heidt and Jack Card, defensive tackle Don Giordano,
flanker Richard Trapp, Smith and offensive center Bill Carr.

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