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ITS THAT TIME With
finals approaching, study studying
ing studying is definitely the thing
to do, whether its in the
Humanities Room of the
Library or under the bale baleful
ful baleful gaze of Plato.
New Union Opening Date
Is Delayed Until March
By STEVE HULL
Alligator Executive Editor
The new 5.5 million dollar Florida
Union, originally scheduled to open in
August of this year will not open until
early March, it was announced recently
by Bill Rion, director of the Florida
At a meeting in Rions office last
Thursday, representatives of the H. I.
Coble Construction Company, of Char Charlotte,
lotte, Charlotte, N.C., contractor for the Union,
revealed they would finish the main build building
ing building of the Union by Jan. 1.
However, according to Rion an extra
10 to 12 weeks is needed to completely
finish the Union for total use by UF
Carpet must be laid. We have to
completely furnish the Union with $425
thousand worth of equipment, a bowling
alley must be fully equipped along with
setting up food service facilities,
This tremendous volume of finishing
work will cause a delay in opening of
the Union, most likely until early March,
The main problem Rion noted is whether
Coble construction will actually finish
by their promised Jan. 1 date.
If they dont the opening date may
further be delayed, Rion said.
Campus activities which have been com committed
mitted committed to the new Union for use will
either have to delay their planned pro programs
grams programs or postpone them completely.
ACCENT Symposium, which planned
to use the Union has cancelled its acti activities
vities activities there, according to Charles Shep Shepherd,
herd, Shepherd, ACCENT chairman.
It would be impractical to use the Union
earlier than the proposed March opening,
Rion said. Public relations for UF would
be hindered instead of helped Rion feels,
if a portion of the Union were opened
for a planned activity such as the Se Security
curity Security Seminar, while noisy construction
took place in other parts of the Union.
The problems of insurance coverage
also supports Rions opinion that a por portion
tion portion of the Union should not be made
available early, Rion explained.
Student government leaders have ex expressed
pressed expressed disappointment in the late opening
date, but say they understand the many
problems which have arisen.
Originally SG, along with student pub publications,
lications, publications, was to transfer its offices to
the Union by Jan. 1.
Many of the activities planned for the
new Union, will be transferred to the
present Union, Rion added.
LBJ Asks 9 Billion
For Viet War Effort
AUSTIN, Tex. (UPI) President
Johnson announced Tuesday that he will
ask Congress to appropriate an extra $9
billion to $lO billion to pay for the mount mounting
ing mounting costs of the Viet Nam war.
Johnson said he did not anticipate the
$9 billion or $lO billion estimate to change
between now and the State of the Union
Message next month.
An earlier estimate by Johnson was that
he could seek a supplemental appropria appropriation
tion appropriation ranging between $5 billion and sls
Johnson freely discussed the appropria appropriation
University of Florida
(Photo by Nick Arroyo)
UF CHRISTMAS Members of Sigma Nu fraternity
reenact the Nativity scene in front of their house. Striv Striving
ing Striving for reality, they used Jive animals for the scene.
Kirk Featured Speaker
For Security Seminar
Governor-elect Claude Kirk will be
the featured speaker at the opening cere ceremony
mony ceremony of the National Security Seminar
scheduled here Jan. 16-27.
Kirk notified Dr. E. T. York, general
chairman of the seminar, that he would
be here for the opening address sche scheduled
duled scheduled for 9:30 a.m. Jan. 16.
Sponsors of the seminar are UF, the
Gainesville Artea Chamber of Commerce
and the Gainesville Chapter of Reserve
Kirk, a Republican, scored a surprising
upset victory in the November election by
defeating Democrat Robert King High of
Miami. When inaugurated in January, Kirk
will become the first Republican governor
in Florida since Reconstruction Days.
The Governor-elect's appearance adds
emphasis to the importance of the semi seminar,
nar, seminar, only one of six presented each yer ~
throughout the United States.
tion appropriation but refused to speculate on how the
war was going.
Johnson revealed fairly precise figures
on the amount of the Viet Nam supple supplemental
mental supplemental for the first time following a long
in-person conference here with Defense
Secretary Robert S. McNamara.
However, the Chief Executive said he
still has not made up his mind yet on
whether to accompany the request for extra
Viet Nam spending money with an income
Wednesday, December 7, 1966
Originally started as a seminar for
reserve officers, it is now open to the
public. Fifteen hundred persons is the
attendance goal set by the local attend attendance
ance attendance committee, headed by Chester Yates,
Gainesville insurance man.
More than 200 reserve officers will be
assigned here to attend and the remainder
of the audience will come from the civilian
community. Registration fees are $lO for
business and professional men; $5 for
women, clergy, teachers and retired per persons,
sons, persons, and $2 for students and wives of
The seminar includes 34 information informationpacked
packed informationpacked lectures presented by senior mili military
tary military officers and is designed to better
inform citizens on matters pertaining
to national security.
From The Gator
Twelve Days Os UF Christmas
Alligator in a pear tree
Two He is man trophies
Three Faculty Senate decisions
Four Boaz Constrictors
Five new Blue Keys
Sicks infirmary doctors
Seven student riots
Eight new sororities
Nine parking places
Ten -a perfect season
Eleven Disneys Larking
Twelve LSD trips
To be sung to the tune of The Twelve
, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, December 7, 1966
BY CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE
Lieutenant Governor Okd
TALLAHASSEE (UPIj Wri Writers
ters Writers of a new state constitution,
in a surprise move, voted Tuesday
to give Florida a lieutenant
The vote of 17-12 to create the
new office and make the official
15 To Receive Commissions
Fifteen Advanced Army ROTC
Cadets will receive their com commissions
missions commissions on Dec. 17, climaxing
four years of military training.
The ceremony will take place in
the Medical Center Auditorium at
UF President J. Wayne Reitz,
will give the welcoming address.
Col. William Boaz, Professor of
aerospace studies, will introduce
the main speaker at the ceremony,
Lt. Gen. John W. Carpenter, Com Commander
mander Commander of the Air University.
The men to be commissioned are
Allen H. Baldwin, Winter Haven,
artillery; Joseph Bruschi, Ft. Lau Lauderdale,
derdale, Lauderdale, Adjutant General's Corps;
William J. Buettnerin, St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, Signal Corps; Daniel C. Gor Gorman,
man, Gorman, Miami, Signal Corps; David
L. Hayward, Orange City, Adjutant
General's Corps; James E. Hickey
Jr., Atlanta, Ga., Artillery; Robert
J. Link Jr., Jacksonville, Infantry;
James D. Long, Jacksonville, Ar Arti
ti Arti 11 er y; Frank R. Marconi, Colo Colorado
rado Colorado Springs, Col., Artillery;
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Pep Rally Set
A pep rally for the Gators will
be held at 12 noon Jan. 2 at Bay Bayfront
front Bayfront Park in Miami before the
Orange Bowl game that night. The
rally, sponsored by Miami alumni,
will be held at the bandshell.
The Gator band, cheerleaders,
coaches and players will attend.
Bill Cross, assistant director of
the Florida Union, hopes for a
good turnout from UF students in
Miami in support of the team.
At this time no pep rallies have
been scheduled by Georgia Tech.
again on the rostrum as the con constitutional
stitutional constitutional convention entered its
seventh day of deliberations fol following
lowing following a night session Monday
that scrapped the old secondary
gas tax formula under which
sparsely-populated rural areas
have for 23 years gotten more
than their share of road-building
The action, if agreed to by the
Legislature and the people, would
leave to the Legislature, in 1969,
to decide how the second gas tax
money, not needed to pay off bonds
which 25 counties issued and
pledged their share of the money
to retire, will be divvied up among
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i, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, December 7, 1966
Shelters Could Save Lives
If Radiation Hits University
BY JOE TORCHIA
Alligator Staff Writer
(EDITORS NOTE: This is
the last of a three part series.)
A surface burst of a ther thermonuclear
monuclear thermonuclear weapon sucks up dust
from the ground. Isotopes from
the bomb are condensed in these
particles and emit radiation. The
dust is carried by the air and
creates a great danger to human
From its testing in the Pacific
and other areas the government has
Infirmary Head Hall
Hurt In Auto Mishap
Dr. William A. Hall, director
of the UF infirmary, was injured
in an unusual automobile accident
Monday evening near Starke.
Hall was proceeding south on
four-lane UjS. 301 when he saw
Day Set For
Jobs for teachers who
graduate in December will
be the order of the day
December 13. On that day,
more than 55 teacher re recruiters
cruiters recruiters from Florida and
other states will take part
in Placement Day at Nor Norman
man Norman Gym.
Anyone interested in
being interviewed by one
of the schools represented
should make appointments
well in advance in room
150 Norman Hall. Personal
resume forms which are to
be left with the interviewer
are also available.
According to Tom
Anderson, placement di director,
rector, director, there should be
plenty of vacancies to meet
the needs of all persons
eligible for certification.
Placement Day should save
applicant a lot of travel traveling,
ing, traveling, writing and calling.
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learned much; and some of this
knowledge is being put to use at
The first part of this series
gave some of the background on
what the government did and is
presently doing. It has organized
a program that might save 140 of
the 200 million American citizens
and the cost is nearing the SIOO,OOO
mark for supplies alone at UF.
First let us look at the danger
of radiation, how long it will last
and how a shelter reduces it.
Remember that 600 roentgens (r)
of radiation is enough to kill every everyone.
a car coming at him. The car Hall
saw was proceeding north in the
Hall immediately swung his car
away from the oncoming vehicle
and avoided what could have been
a fatal accident.
Nevertheless, in taking the evas evasive
ive evasive action, Hall was injured
because his own car rolled over
three or four times when it went
out of control on the highways
Hall and his wife, who with him
in the car, wore seat belts.
This did not fully protect Hall
though, and he was rushed to J.
Hillis Miller Health Center where
he underwent surgery on a badly
cut left arm.
Hall was also treated for loss
Hes lucky to be alive, Howard
E. King, assistant to the provost
of the health center said Tuesday.
King said that Hall will probably
remain at the hospital for another
day or two.
Halls wife was not injured.
The Florida Union will hold
its annual Christmas party Fri Friday,
day, Friday, Dec. 16 from 4 to 5 p.m.
in the social room of the Union.
Parents must register children
at FU 315 or call university ex extension
tension extension 2741.
The party is for university chil children
dren children five and under.
one. everyone. Four hundred and fifty is
enough to kill half.
O At H-l hours (H being ex explosion
plosion explosion time) the radiation is 1000
r per hour outside and 25 r per
hour in a shelter.
At H-7 hours the radiation
is 100 roentgens per hour outside
and 2.5 r per hour inside.
At H-two days the radiation
is 10 roentgens per hour outside
and .25 r per hour inside.
t At H- two weeks the radi radiation
ation radiation is 1 r per hour and .025
r per hour inside.
Since humans can safely take
200 r, chances are they can sur survive
vive survive in a shelter.
Another favorable factor is that
the human body can reconstitute
90 per cent of damage done by less
than 200 r of radiation. This re reconstitution
constitution reconstitution takes place at a rate
of about two per cent a day.
With the proper organization,
which UF seems to have, the CD
program can save thousands of
Since nothing but the particles of
dust are condensed with radiation,
the upper layers of water can be
safely used for sanitation and other
Most of the basic ideas for
shelter survival are included in a
recent book entitled Strategy for
Survival,* by Donald C. Latham
and Thomas L. Martin, former UF
dean of engineering.
Although Jacksonville is not
a primary target, said/UF Civil
Defense Coordinator Robert G.
Sherrard, we must be prepared.
And we are.*
The proposed budget increase
for Florida universities has been
deferred by the Board of Regents
until its Jan. 6 meeting in
The Regents at that time will
consider the total university bud budget
get budget for the state and specific
pay raises at UF.
If the proposed salary increases
are cleared, faculty salaries at
all levels including that of the
president, will be affected.
The board delayed consideration
of the budget at Mondays meeting
because it requires more time to
study the complex requests.
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in that curious green bottle that's making such
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Two U.S. Planes Downed
By BRYCE MILLER
United Press International
SAIGON (UPI) UJS. jets stri striking
king striking midway between Hanoi and the
border of Communist China battled
Soviet-built MIGs in a series of
dogfights for the fourth consecu consecutive
tive consecutive day, a U.S. spokesman re reported
ported reported today. North Viet Nams
growing air defense brought down
three more American planes.
A spokesman said two UJS. war warplanes
planes warplanes were shot down and the
pilots lost Monday when the dog dogfights
fights dogfights took place but he ..did not
specify how the planes were lost.
A third plane was shot down today
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near Dien Bien Phu but the two
wounded crewmen were rescued in
a daring operation in which a UJS.
paramedic team parachuted deep
into Communist territory.
The spokesman would not dis disclose
close disclose whether the RFIOI Voodoo
reconnaissance plane and the FlO5
Thunderchief shot down Monday
were the victims of ground fire
or the Soviet-built MIGs. They
and the F4C Phantom shot down
today brought to 11 the number
of planes lost in three days.
The American air strikes
against North Viet Nam Monday
were directed at the Yen Bay rail
yard, 76 miles northwest of Hanoi
and about the same distance from
the Chinese border, and against
a string of barges in the Chay
River 71 miles northwest of Hanoi.
The -spokesman reported vast
damage to this principal supply
route from China to Hanoi the
rail line cut in five places and 25
railroad cars destroyed. Pilots
also silenced six anti-aircraft
sites in the area and F 105 s knocked
out a missile site 8 miles north northwest
west northwest of Hanoi even closer to
the Chinese border.
A second flight of planes hit
the barges which the Chinese have
been using to supplement the dam damaged
aged damaged rail lines, raining 500 pound
bombs into their midst. Most of
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Wednesday, December 7, 1966, The Florida Alligator,
By JOHN LAWTON
United Press International
JERUSALEM, Jordan (UPI)
King Hussein sent troops and police
into the shuttered city of Nablus
Tuesday in a house-to-house
search for hidden arms reported
brought in by Palestinian gun run runners
ners runners hostile to the young monarch.
Police and troops clashed
the gun runners Monday and one
policeman was killed. The gun
runners opened fire on police who
had stopped their trucks on the
outskirts of the ancient walled city
25 miles from Jerusalem. Police
' arrested three men and confiscated
A second clash broke out Mon Monday
day Monday between police and anti antigovernment
government antigovernment demonstrators and a
second policeman was killed. The
second group was protesting bans
against meetings to demand strong
action against Israel which raided
the Nablus area in force Nov. 13.
Todays house-to-house search
was to try to prevent more of
the shootings which have killed
eight persons and wounded 25 in
the Nablus area.
Jordanian authorities dis discovered
covered discovered a truck load of Czech Czechmade
made Czechmade arms in Amman last week
and seized two truckloads of arms
in Hebron. Informed sources said
a curfew would remain in effect
in Nablus until the arms search
there is completed.
Authorities also have captured
documents demanding that Hussein
cooperate with the Cairo-backed
Palestine Liberation Organi Organization
zation Organization which Hussein says is a
Communist tool aimed at over overthrowing
throwing overthrowing his government.
A showdown may come Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday in Cairo when the military
high commands of 12 of the 13
Arab League members hold
a strategy session on possible
moves against Israel. Tunisia is
boycotting the meeting.
JACKSONVILLE (UPI) The
City Council refused Monday to
confirm the City Commissions
nomination of Negro Charles E.
Simmons Jr. to the Civil Service
The council also rejected the
commissions nomination of
Robert A. Williams to fill a va vacancy
cancy vacancy on the council, but approved
the nomination of L. O. Johnson
to fill another vacancy.
Several Negroes at the meeting
denounced the councils action in
refusing to approve Simmons and
said it was founded on prejudice.
Two council men said this was
not true, but Councilman Barney
Cobb said he voted against Sim Simmons
mons Simmons because Negroes had voted
solidly against him on 28 occa occasions
sions occasions when he had run for office.
Im paying them off for how
theyve treated me 28 times, Cobb
said. Ive been double crossed by
Negroes for the last time.
, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, December 7, i 960
The Florida Alligator
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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
By NEWT SIMMONS
I spoke to a very unhappy man
t few days ago. His name is S.
;iaus and he runs a small toy toynaking
naking toynaking establishment several
uindred miles north of the Alask Alaskan
an Alaskan border.
Mr. Clauswhy do you plan to
liscontinue your shipments to the
Dont Hold Water
By LINDA SPIEGi^ER
After reading the column, Israel Inflicted Injustice in the
Alligator issue of December 5, I would like to question Mr.
Kassems meaning of the injustice that has been inflicted by
the Zionists and their sympathizers upon the people of Pales Palestine,
tine, Palestine, and why he feels reconciliation with aggressors is con contrary
trary contrary to every principle to which a nation adheres.
How can the Arab speak to the Jew of injustice? It is a strange
injustice indeed which motivated the Jewish people to fight and
die for the homeland which, for thousands of years, has been the
land of their ancestors. Discard this historical fact as irrelevant,
perhaps, but do not discard the fact that the Jew will defend his
right to live in Palestine and Israel, and he has as much right to
be there as the Arab. The Jews are not eager to be used as a
historical or religious scapegoat again. This time they will defend
the land and self-respect they have thus far been denied.
Israel is a small nation surroundedby hostile and overwhelming
odds; still, she has endured the losses and fought back with a
determination that has not faltered.
Throughout Jewish history, the incidents of injustice (inflicted
not only )y the Arabs, but by other groups such as the nazi
and communist states) are recorded and recognized as atrocities
by the entire world. To my knowledge, the people of Palestine
are not denied religious, social, political, economic, or edu educational
cational educational rights by the Jewish state. I think Mr. Kassem has the
inflicted and the inflictor confused.
Perhaps the Israelis would be more eager to have their
Arabian brothers as next-door neighbors if the desire on the part
of Arabs to live peacefully, rather than to remove the Israelis
at any cost, was prevalent in the Arabs thinking. . .re .rehabilitate
habilitate .rehabilitate and reconciliate the Palestinian Arab refugees? Why?
For leaving Israel because of their own prejudices against the
Jews? Besides, at the beginning of Mr. Kassems letter (Dec.
5) it was stated that Arabs will not reconcile their differences
with the aggressor. I beg your pardon, but your hipocracy
So the Jews own land in Israel. My, thats unfair, isnt it?
The Moslem nations are in danger of being overrun by the
Israelis at any moment! I really feel Mr. Kassem has a poor
case for sympathy here. Injustice indeed! The ambiguous in injustices
justices injustices Mr. Kassem speaks of are ones which your fellow
countrymen have inflicted upon themselves, because they will
not compromise their position and, realistically, I doubt at this
point that the Israelis will either.
As for the Arabs rights to Israel: A progressive nation
has the responsibility to itself and the world to utilize its re resources
sources resources to the fullest extent. The Israelis have irrigated arid
regions (the Negev desert), they have established progressive
agricultural programs, and they have advanced significantly in
science, world trade, and diplomatic relations (even with Ger Germany).
many). Germany). Israel was a barren wasteland, and the Israelis cultivated
their land and it bore fruit. Did the Arabians in Palestine fulfill
this national and international responsibility?
Even beyond the statements of this questionable injustice
to which Mr. Kassem refers, I believe the most disheartening
and unfortunate of all of the statements made is the one which
read, any reconciliation with aggressors is contrary to every
principle to which a nation adheres. This statement is an ex excuse.
cuse. excuse. It has been an excuse for wars and drawn-out disagree disagreements
ments disagreements between nations since time began. Everyone thinks he is
right, and aggression is conducive to aggression. If the Arabs
and other nations surrounding Israel continue to take an uncom uncompromising
promising uncompromising stand at any cost, I fear, Mr. Kassem, that true
justice will not prevail in the end, only bloodshed and manifestation
Santa,ClA: No Love Lost Here
Well ho, ho, hoits not as
if I wanted to, you understand,
but I really dont have any choice.
It all started about three months
ago. I was working in the shop when
we heard a knock on the door
(which is unusual, we dont get
too many visitors up here for some
reason (and when we opened it,
these two men in trench coats
came in ...
OUR MAN HOPPE
The Medieval Crossbow Theory
By ART HOPPE ________ _______...._____
m^^mm Alligator Columnist
The theory that the late Pre President
sident President Kennedy was actually shot
by six medieval crossbowmen in
a gas-filled balloon was first ad advanced
vanced advanced by a free-lance journa journalist
list journalist and service station attendant,
Mr. Homer T. Pettibone.
His book, behind the Inside
Report on the Exclusive Disclos Disclosures
ures Disclosures Exposing the Warren
Commission, was an instant best bestseller.
Your name Claus?
Thats rightho, ho, ho . .
What you laughing about, fatso?
Were from the CIA. Been hearing
a lot about youthought wed better
take a look for ourselves.
Calm down, fattythis is just a
routine investigationthats all.
Does seem funny, thougha toy
shop at the North Pole . .
Its out of the high rent dis district,
trict, district, thats all.
Uhhuh. Were you aware that
theres a missile detection station
only 200 miles south of here?
Is that what it is? We thought
it was some sort of new drive in
ho, honever do much business
in this neck of the woods, though.
How long you been here, Claus
--what kind of name is that,
Oh, weve been at this location
aboutwhat2so years, give or
take a year. Now, uh-ho-what about
Never mind. What business you
I make toysho, hoand
distribute them to good little
girls and boys on Christmas.
You got a permit to export
into the United States. You
got state sales permits? You
been paying taxes on your
What sales? I, ho, ho, ho,
give my toys awayalways have,
Are you trying to put me on,
fella, give them away? Wheres
the percentage in that? Heywait
a minute . Charlie?
Toy industry is pretty big, isnt
Are you kidding. Why Chatty
Cathy and Barbi alone account for
10.9 per cent of the Gross Na National
tional National Product.
Uhhuh . could it be,
Claus, that youre trying to crip cripple
ple cripple the American economy by hurt hurting
ing hurting our toy industry, is that it!?
Why gracious meho, ho,
hocertainly not. I never for
one moment had any intention of
You couldnt make all them toys
yourselfwhere do the rest come
fromChina, maybe--Red China,
Why, certainly not! I have my
own huge stafflook right through
that door there.
Look like a bunch of kids to
me. Claus. You violating the
Child Labor Laws?
Those arent kidstheyre
elves. Not a one of them is under
175 years old.
Why arent they retired, then,
Theyho, hoenjoy their
work just like I do.
Come off it, Claus. What you
got going hereabookie joint? You
smuggling heroin inside those tin
Right, Ralph. Im afraid were
going to have to deny you the
use of the mails, theres some something
thing something suspicious going on here.
Why I never heard such . .
Appearing-on Meet the Press,
Mr. Pettibone explained that his
work was the result of three years
solid research 18 hours *a day.
I have, he said proudly, read
every single book that exposes
the Warren Commission and ad advances
vances advances a new theory. All 378 of
The purpose of my book, he
said with dignity, is to exonerate
the innocent, persecute the guilty,
or should I call you Nick?
Weve got a whole file on you,
buddy. Claus Santa. Aliases
Santa, St. Nick, St. Nicholas, the
Saint, Father Nool, Father Christ Christmas
mas Christmas . .
Understand you fly a lot,
Well, ho, ho, ho, yes ..
once a year I do.
Got one of those MIG bomb bombers,
ers, bombers, do you?
Why, no ... I have a sleigh.
Can it, Claus. The flights have
got to cease. You can take it by
land to Canada and start from
there. I guess, but any UFOs in
this area get shot down from now
How you distribute your toys,
Well-I usually slide down
the chimney and then . .
Thats called illegal entry In
most places, Claus.
How come you wear that long,
white beard, Clausto show
youre a revolutionary?
I dont like to shaveby the
great !*&:(!*)&*?!$$?! HO HO
HOand if you were 655 years
old, youd have a white beard too.
Now get out of my shop!
You ever fill a stocking for a
kid named Lenin, by any chance?
OUT! ! !
In the meantime, Claus, no
trips to the United States. Youre
a security risk, probably cant
qualify for a pilots license,
and all indications are that no nothing
thing nothing is on the up and up around
here . .
And thatho, ho, hois how
it happened. So I wont be com coming
ing coming to the United States this year.
But you know, with all the
sales and department store
Santa Clauses and charity drive
Santa Clauses and advertising
Santa Clauses, I dont think theyll
really miss me. They dont much
notice the absence of that other
You know, its His birth birthday
day birthday ...
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 Gelen,
Maury Olicker, Harvey Alper, Jean Mamlin, Kathie
Keim, Frank Shepherd, Aggie Fowles, Justine Hartman,
ASSISTANT EDITORS John Briggs, Margie Green,
Jo Ann Langworthy, Joe Torchi. L.o Beck.
LAB ASSISTANTS -- JoAnn Gerard, Diam 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 Jc 'rnalism a,nd Communications.
Their bylines are followed by Alligator Correspondent.
resolve history and make a million
On his wildly successful nation nationwide
wide nationwide lecture tour, Mr. Pettibone
displayed a huge blowup of frame
247 of a fuzzy home movie which
clearly showed a gas-filled bal balloon
loon balloon in the sky. Either that or a
water spot on the film.
He then went into a complex
analysis of vectors, demonstrating
that the deed could only have been
performed by a medieval crossbow
that shot around corners.
As proof/' he would say
triumphantly, let me point out
that no crossbow arrow was found
at the scene. Indeed, six crossbow
arrows were never recovered! And
due to the average loading and fir firing
ing firing time of the average medieval
crossbow 27.2 seconds this
obviously means that it would re require
quire require six medieval crossbowmen to
fire all six unrecovered arrows.
Critics hailed Mr. Pettibones
theory for its freshness and ori originality.
ginality. originality. Experts agreed that it
was consistent with the known
facts. The public liked its sim simplicity
plicity simplicity and aficionados its mys mystery.
tery. mystery. So it was universally accept accepted
ed accepted and the nation slept easier know knowing
ing knowing how the deed was done.
But Mr. Pettibone had made only
half a million dollars.
So he wrote a second book, The
Return of Behind the Inside .
Etcetera. In this he produced a
deposition from a fifth cousin
twice removed that Officer Ruby
had once expressed an interest in
medieval crossbows while Jack
Tippitt had, seen Richard, the
Lion-Hearted, (a movie in which
crossbows were extensively em employed)
ployed) employed) in a theater only 13.7 miles
from the home of Oswald Lee Har Harvey.
From there, Mr. Pettibone went
on to prove conclusively the ex existence
istence existence of a conspiracy involving
the Right Wing, the FBI, the Left
Wing, the Secret Service, all news
media, Congress and Troop 102,
Boy Scouts of America. Its unden undeniable
iable undeniable purpose: the takeover of the
nation by medieval crossbowmen!
Unfortunately, the public had
turned its attention to a child
star who had died from a my mysterious
sterious mysterious overdose of sleeping
pills, and nothing much was done
to ban crossbows.
Good heavens! cried Mr. Pet Pettibone.
tibone. Pettibone. The whole nations in this
Unable to face this horrible fact,
he shot himself with a crossbow.
A Coroners Jury hastily ruled his
death a suicide. A friend later
wrote a book proving definitely
it was a suicide. The book didnt
It Doesnt Take
Much To Be Happy
By CAROL SANGER
Much has been written about happiness. Some of the most
enlightened definitions come from the mouth of the loveable
Happiness is ma r things to many people and in many dif different
ferent different ways. People begin to think an awful lot about happiness
at this time of year, and they sometimes find that their individual
happiness is shared by many others. This is a part of happiness.
Happiness is happier when it is shared. That's why Florida is
such a happy place. Happiness is a community project shared
by 18,000 people.
Gator happiness is it's own special brand. Its seasonal. It
has its ups and downs. Right now we are approaching the tri triannual
annual triannual down season.
But it doesnt take much to make us happy. .
Happiness is this months calendar starting with December
Happiness is a different song played in Century Tower.
Happiness is a CARE package from home.
Happiness is a 3-S classification.
Happiness is a burning Social Security card.
Happiness is a 4.0 average.
Happiness is saying good-bye to Haydon Burns.
Happiness is watching the Servomation people eat their own
Happiness is the Orange Bowl. .and a ticket.
Happiness is the last page in Max Lerner.
Happiness is a blast furnace for Christmas, (if you take CPS
Happiness is your report card arriving on Christmas Eve.
Happiness is the final final.
Happiness is sleeping through your 7:30 class.
Happiness is making it in 30 second before curfew.
Happiness is a Christmas tree.
Happiness is living in America, no matter what.
Happiness is a Christmas Carol, a furry red stocking, a
kitten, a toast, a convertible, a pizza, mistletoe, Santa Claus.
Happiness is Christmas. .have a merry one!
To our wonderful friends and customers I
. . since this is the last edition of 1
The Alligator before the Christmas break, |
we wish to take this opportunity to thank |
you one and all for your patronage this f
year, and to wish you the happiest of
We also wish to congradulate the coaches
and players of our great gator team for
a fine season, to Jim Benson, Larry Smith,
Red Anderson, Richard Trapp, Bill Carr for
the well deserved awards they received,
and special congradulations to Steve Spur Spurrier,
rier, Spurrier, the greatest player in Florida foot football
ball football history, for his tremendous career and
honors and awards so well deserved.
Oh, yes, by the way ... were having a great
you might find some nice gifts at moder moderate
ate moderate prices if you shop us ... if not
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Spend a summer with some 1,000 other college students serving as
the hosts and hostesses who will operate the exciting project that is
destined to be the top tourist attraction in the Southeast. A special
holiday application period has been set aside for those students who
will be in the Atlanta area during the holidays. Come discuss with us
a summer that you will long remember. Offices will be open from 9
to 5 each day between December 26-31.
SIX FLAGS Over Georgia is located at I-20 West at the Chatta Chattahoochee
hoochee Chattahoochee River take Lower River Road exit off I-20. Well be look looking
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ADDRESS ALL CAMPUS CALENDAR
NOTICES TO PUBLIC FUNCTIONS
OFFICE, FLORIDA UNION
Wednesday, December 7
Fine Arts Committee: 10th Annual Student Art Show,
FLU North Wing Gallery
Basketball: Fla. vs. FSU, at Gainesville
Navy Recruiting: interviewing, counseling and test testing,
ing, testing, 118 and 123 FLU, 8:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m.
Bent Card Coffee House: Auditions, 1826 W. Univ.
Ave., 8:30 p.m. Every kind of talent wanted.
Speleological Society: Group meetings, 212 FLU,
Thursday, December 8
Trends in Theology: Lecture-discussion, Evange Evangelical
lical Evangelical Theology, Lutheran Student Center Lounge,
Stocking Stuffers \
PLASTIC BANKS 7 J
Piggies, Teddies Elephants M
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STUDENT FINANCIAL AID: Applications for stu student
dent student financial aid including scholarships and all
long term loans repayable after graduate for all or
i.ny part of the 1967-68 academic year beginning in
September 1967 may be obtained at Room 182, Build Building
ing Building E. Deadline for returning completed application
is Feb. 28, 1967.
CAMPUS JOBS: Typists, draftsmen, library and
miscellaneous workers and all students eligible for
WORK STUDY needed for numerous vacancies.
Juniors and seniors in chemistry and related fields
or equivalent to assist in research needed. Contact
Student Employment Office, Building E, Room 183.
Students must be registered with* the Placement
Service to interview. Sign-up sheets are posted two
weeks in advance of the interview date in Building
H. All companies will be recruiting for December,
April and August grads unless otherwise indicated.
Fine Arts Committee: 10th Annual Student Art Show,
FLU North Wing Gallery
Navy Recruiting: interviewing, counseling and test testing,
ing, testing, 118 and 123 FLU, 8:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m.
Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship: Prayer meeting,
4th floor of the Library, 5 p.m.
Gator Sailing Club: 121 FLU, 7:30 p.m. Everyone
welcome, no experience necessary.
Circle K: Group meeting, 212 FLU, 7:30 p.m.
Christian Science Organization: Group meeting, FLU
Aud., 5:15 p.m.
you and yours j|||j|,
pte/* The Seasons Best
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ADDRESS ALL ADMINISTRATIVE NOTICES AND GENERAL
NOTICES TO OFFICE OF INFORMATIONAL SERVICES
GRADUATING SENIORS: Your student account must
be cleared in the Student Depository, Student Ser Service
vice Service Center, no later than 3:30 p.m., Friday, Dec.
16, 1966, or your diploma will be held.
FLORIDA PLAYERS LAB: A Night of Drama
will be presented Dec. 5,6, and 7, 8:30 p.m., Room
239, Tigert Hall, by the Florida Players Lab Thea Theatre.
tre. Theatre. One of three plays given each night. Admis Admission
sion Admission is free.
FLA. vs. FSU BASKETBALL GAME: Wednesday,
Dec. 7, 5:15 p.m. (Freshman) and 7:30 p.m. (Var (Varsity).
sity). (Varsity). Students must show I.D. (photograph) and Fee
Cards to be admitted. Faculty must show Faculty
Cards and some additional form of identification with
them in order to buy tickets at faculty discount.
These rules will be inforced at all home games.
DEC. 8: UNILEVER LIMITED, INC. Chem,
Physics, Biochem, Stat, Biol.
DEC. 9: STATE ROAD COMMISSION OF WEST
VIRGINIA -- CE.
Friday, December 9
History and Philosophy of Medicine Lecture: Dr.
D. R. Shanklin, Semmelweis and Holmes
A Commentary on the Receptor System of Science,
MSB Aud., 12:10 p.m.
Movie: The Americanization of Emily, MSB Aud.,
7 & 9:15 p.m.
Navy Recruiting: interviewing, counseling and test testing,
ing, testing, 118 & 123 FLU, 8:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m.
Fine Arts Committee: 10th Annual Student Art Show,
FLU North Wing Gallery.
The Florida Union Craft Shop will close Friday,
December 9 and will reopen Monday, January 9.
YOUR XMAS CAR(s7\
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Queen-Size $35 hairpiece
Only $31.75 Mj
(Others from sl6)
Falls from $29.95
Wiglets from $24.95 5C
1013 W. Univ. Ave. Ph. 372-1189
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Kenners easy*bake oven come* xlC
with assorted mixes, mixing I
bowl, utensils and pans. I
SUPER STORES %
W eit University
ke your gift a Gant shirt, a shirt thats keyed p
to the discerning tastes of well groomed men who
appreciate quality. Needled into the warp and
woof of every shirt theres flair, fit and show oo
three vital inherents that make the difference
in your gift.
Wednesday, December 7, 1966, The Florida Alligator,
| for sale
IBM TYPEWRITER, excellent
condition. Two years old. Call
CAR STERO TAPE RECORDER
plus tapes. Cost $l5O, need Xmas
money, will sacrifice SSO. Call
1961 BSA SUPER Rocket, 650 cc,
metallic blue, excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, sacrifice S3OO. Call 378-
17* PORTABEL Television, good
condition, good reception tube
one year old, S3O, Call 378-
6688, 7-11 p.m. (A-65-3t-p)
1966 HONDA 50 Super Sport, black,
excellent condition, excellent
means of transportation and
perfect for student use. Call
378-5647 ask for Steve. (A-58-
1966 MODEL 5280 Wollensak 4
track full stero taperecorder 378-
4257 after 6 p.m. (A-63-st-c)
FENDER DELUXE Reverb Amp.
year old, andSilvertone twin pick pickup
up pickup guitar with case. Best offer
over $l5O Call Rick 372-9177.
STEROS, R.C.A., MOTOROLA,
ADMIRAL, Portables and con consoles.
soles. consoles. Good selection, easy
terms, Lay-way. now for Christ Christmas.
mas. Christmas. VOYLES APPLIANCE
CENTER 419 NW Bth Ave. Phone
MOTOR SCOOTER (lambretta
Style) SGS; 3 speed English
bike sls. Surveying Instruments Instrumentstransient,
transient, Instrumentstransient, tripod, elevation rod
SGO; assorted acquarium supplies
and fancy guppies; two pair
flying squirrels and cage Call
BEAT THE RENT RACKET!
Mobile home, cabana, and storage
for sale, one and one half bath,
kit, study area and den. Perman T
ently located on Chi Ave., Lot
25, Archer Road Village $895.
Phone 372-3573. (A-G7-lt-c)
1965 PARRELLI-CAPRIOLO, 100
cc motorcycle, perfect condition,
less than 4,000 miles. $250
or best offer. Call 378-5443 late
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-"EXCELLENT Ideal for trips,
spare wheel, broken in properly,
maintained regularly, was $539
POE. New, must sell -- $298,
10.5 ACTUAL horsepower. 378-
AIR CONDITIONED efficiency apt.
for two or three people, close
to campus. Swimming pool $85.00
monthly, 4 months lease. Call
University Apts. 1513 NW sth
Ave. 376-8990. (B- 65-3 t-c)
ONE OR TWO male roommates
wanted; (one fourth rent either
way) Two Bedroom Village Park
Apt. Call 372-1541, Joel after
5 p.m. (B-65-3t-p)
TWO BEDROOM Village Park
apartment for rent, poolside
location. Available Dec. 17th.
Must Know immediately. Call
TO SUBLEASE large two bed bedroom
room bedroom a/c, duplex for four. $125
monthly. 1941 NE 16th Way. Ph.
SINGLE ROOM, one block from
Matherly Hall, wall to wall carpet.
Air condition, heat, linens and maid
service furnished. Share new frost
free refrigerator. Call 372-
ONE BEDROOM comfortable,
furnished apartment with central
air conditioning and heating.
May be seen at 1227 W. Univer University
sity University Ave. (B-63-st-c)
ALL MODERN two bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment; C AC; adjacent to
pool and laundry facilities; One
block from campus. Available Jan
1. Summit House Apt. 378-1157
FRENCH QUARTER two bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, balcony apartment over overlooking
looking overlooking lush woodland. Ideal for
party or study. Call 372-5132.
i, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, December 7, 1966
FURNISHED EFFICIENCY cot cot.
. cot. ges for single students who
wish to live alone and have
quiet place for study. Bedroom,
electric kitchen, tile shower,
S6O per month. Linda Ann Court
Ocala Rd. 3 mi. South of Campus.
FOR RENT: Single rooms **
Male students, upper class. S4O S4O
- S4O Maid, linens parking util utilities
ities utilities furnished Walking distance
to school. Call Mike 378-5411.
DURLEX APARTMENT available
immediately, One bedroom furn furnished
ished furnished SBS monthly. Contact Mr.
Mason, Ernest Tew Realty at
376-6461. (B-65- 3t-c)
TO SUBLET NEW, modern, two
bedroom apartment near cam campus.
pus. campus. Completely furnished, air
conditioned, swimming pool on
premise. From Dec. 19, 1966.
Phone 378-6024. (B-65-3t-nc)
TWO BLOCKS FROM campus,
modern furnished, air conditioned
apartment, balcony bedroom,
built in kitchen, washer. $l2O
. a month. Call 378-5921 after
6 U*JBj (B-65-3t-c)
SUBLET: Spacious, two bedroom
apartment, completely furnished.
Air conditioned, wall to wall car car.
. car. peting in living room and dining
room. Suitable for 2-3-4 persons.
A bargain for SIOO per month.
Call 378-5258. (B-67-lt-p)
HPO Nmrtitorw tomd
box office opens 6:30
tonight through Tuesday
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1130 S.W. 15th Ave.
One & two bedroom apts.,
furnished, including range &
refrigerator, wall to wall carpet,
radiant heat, air condition, extra
outside storage, coin-operated
laundry, and heated pool. Office
hours: 9-5 weekdays, 1-5 Sundays.
WHY LIVE IN a traffic jam?
Walk to classes and be relieved
of your parking problem. Fully
furnished, spacious, one bedroom
apartment, air conditioned, gas
heat, fully equipped kitchen in including
cluding including washing machine. Call
RENT NICE APARTMENT
2 or 3 coed living two
blocks from campus. S3BO/tri,
Apt. 17, 1530 NW 4th Avenue.
LUXURIOUS. PAD AT FRENCH
QUARTER: 1 Male needed to
share 1 bedroom, upstairs upstairsdownstairs
downstairs upstairsdownstairs apartment right on
pool and courtyard. Wall to wall
carpeting, central heat and air,
fully furnished. Band parties on
weekends by the management.
Available January Ist. See: Apt.
43 or Call: 378-4251. (B-66-2t-p)
PRIVATE ROOM AND BATH
with refrigerator. One block from
Norman Hall. Call 376-9907.
MALE ROOMMATE needed to
share two bedroom apartment.
Village Park. Call Frank at 372-
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iage marriage need to sublet apt. 2 b.r.,
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WOULD LIKE to sublet (Jan-
April) one bedroom Apt. But Butler
ler Butler Gardens. Call 378-5681 after
5 p.m. (B-67-lt-p)
Lovely wooded area, one bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, living room, large tile
bath. All electric kitchen. $95
month. Call 372-1666 Married
Couples preferred. (B-67-it-c)
ROOM IN PRIVATE home for
mature male student. Central
heat, linen and maid service. Sep Seperate
erate Seperate entrance, off street parking.
Call 376-5360. (B-67-lt-c)
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GARDENS. HEATED SWIMMING
POOL. ONE BEDROOM, CALL
378-5529 LARRY OR RICK.
FURNISHED efficiencies, carpet carpeted,
ed, carpeted, air conditioned, swimming
pool. $260 per trimester, in includes
cludes includes utilities and parking.
Close to Uof F. 1225 SW Ist
Ave. 378-2221. College Terrace
ONE ROOM efficiency apart apartment,
ment, apartment, air conditioned, four blocks
from campus. $75 month plus
utilities. Call 376-0522 after
6 p.m. Available January 1.
WANTED: female roommate for
winter tri. Modern, aircondi airconditioned
tioned airconditioned apartment. One Block from
campus, Olympia Apt.s $37.50
per month, plus utilities. Available
Immediately. 378-6956 (C-64-
ROOMMATE WANTED up upstairs.
stairs. upstairs. Village park apt. on pool
patio. Sumptuous living at S4O
month. Call 378-4165. (C-66-2t-
RIDERS WANTED: To Connecti Connecticut
cut Connecticut and points north. Leaving
Dec. 16th, returning Jan. 6th. Cost
will be S2O each way. sl2 if
you share with the driving. Call
Tom at 378-3713.
(C- 66- 2t-p)
RIDERS WANTED to North Miami,
Miami Beach Broward Co.
Leaving late Dec. 15th or early
Dec. 16, returning Jan. 4. 1966
Chevrolet, Call 3952.(C-67-lt-nc)
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RIDE TO CALIFORNIA WANTED,
SAN FRANCISCO PREFERRED,
CAN LEAVE DEC. 15, RETURN
BY JAN. 9th. CALL 376-4983. (C (C---64-4t-uj
GOING TO LOUISIANAriders
wanted to help drive, share
gas cost to Baton Rouge or
New Orleans. Leaving on or
after Dec. 12. Contact Newt Sim Simmons
mons Simmons 378-6625. (C-64-4t-nc)
WANTED ONE male roommate
to share modern, three bedroom
apartment. 1 1/2 blocks from cam campus.
pus. campus. Central a/c and heat. SSO
per month plus utilities. Call 378-
WANTED female roommate,
Jr. or Sr. preferred. Colonial
Manor Apts. Call Pat 378-3913.
WANTED riders to Lansing
Mich, or points on route. Leav Leaving
ing Leaving early Dec. 13th. Call Bruce
372-1508 from 4-6 PM. (C-66-
WANTED ROOMMATE for next
trimester to live in Colonial
Manor. Call 378-6265 if inter interested.
ested. interested. (C-66-2t-c)
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED
Olympia Apts, behind Norman
Hall. $37.50 a month plus 1/4
electricity. Call 378-6877 or come
by Apt. 107. (C-64-4t-p)
ONE MALE ROOMMATE to
share posh apartment with three
others for coming trimester.
University Gardens. $41.25 per
month plus utilities. Call 378-
. 5943. (C-67-lt-p)
roommate needed for two bedroom
apartment. SSO month Call 372-
2429 after 5 p.m. (C-67-lt-c)
Wednesday, December 7, 1966, The Florida Alligator,
WANTED ONE MALE roommate
to share apartment at French
Quarter. Expenses approximately
SSO per month. Call either Joe
or Allan at 376-8317 Apt. 68.
FEMALE to share 2 bedroom
Village Park Apt. with two
other girls, have your own room.
Call 378-6234 after 5 p.m. (C-66-
TWO MALE students to share
two bedroom French Quarter
Apartment. Phone 378-5146 (C (C---
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ONE OR TWO roommates want wanted
ed wanted to share two bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment one block from campus.
Central air conditioned and heat heated.
ed. heated. Call 378-5601. (C-66-2t-c)
RIDERS WANTED: Leaving for
Buffalo, New York, Dec. 14,
Return about Jan. 6th. About
$25. Call: Dale 372-8173 or Room
105 376-9171. (C-66-2t-p)
MALE ROOMMATE for Olym Olympia
pia Olympia Apartments to share with
2 others. Call Joe: Rm. 75 376-
9171 or 378-1370 or Dale: Rm.
105; 376-9171 or 372-8173. (C (C---66-2t-p)
ONE SHARP male roommate
to share modern one bedroom
apartment. Close to campus, air
conditioning, heating. Call for
full particulars, 378-1914. (C (C---
WANTED MOTORCYCLES to
share trailer to Miami area
Friday Dec. 16. Split cost,
Call Bob Gould, 5-6 p.m. 372-
LAW STUDENT needs roommate
for quite modern, apartment.
SSO per month. SW 34th St. Phone
MALE ROOMMATE to share
nice modern Apt. $45 a month
plus 1/2 utilities. Come check it
out. Call John 378-3735. 4401-
14 SW 13th St. (C-67-lt-p)
NEED TwC roommates to share
duplex apartment. Air conditioned,
heat etc. S3O per month plus
utilities. 378-6448. (C-67-lt-c)
WANTED FEMALE roommate for
winter trimester to share one
bedroom Fredericks Apartment
Call 378-6781. (C-67-lt-c)
TWO COED roommates for win winter
ter winter trimester, Butler Gardens
Apt. 378-6444 after 6 p.m. (C (C---
MALE ROOMMATE wanted to
share modern, air condition conditioned,
ed, conditioned, one bedroom apartment at
Summit House. 1700 SW 16th
Court behind new VA Hospital.
Call 372-3573. (C-67-lt-c)
WANTED: Female roommate to
share two bedroom apartment
with two girls at Village Park.
SSO plus 1/3 utilities. Available
Jan, Call 372-2303 after 5 p.m.
ONE ROOMMATE needed to share
split-level French Quarter Apt.
no. 55, two bedrooms, 1 1/2 bath,
$43.75 per month. Come over
or call after 5. 378-3449. (C (C---67-lt-c)
STUDENT TO SHARE house with
three fellows. Close to campus.
s3l. per month plus share of
utilities. See at 20 SW 10th St.
Call 378-3363. (C-66-2t-p)
ONE OR TWO roommates need needed
ed needed for two bedroom, 1 1/2 bath
French Quarter apartment. Con Contact
tact Contact Ben at 378-3449. (C-63-st-c)
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted to
share studio apartment. S4O plus
1/2 utilities. Call Paula 376-
3261 ext. 2601 or 376-1131 (C-63-
ONE FEMALE ROOMMATE TO
SHARE TWO BEDROOM APART APARTMENT
MENT APARTMENT WITH THREE GIRLS
AT VILLAGE PARK. CALL
RIDER NEEDED to New York
and points between. Leave Dec.
16, return to Miami Dec. 26
or 27. Call Gary Miller 372-
9353 between 11-12 P.M. (C-65-
RIDERS WANTED TO NEW YORK
CITY AREA, leave Gainesville
Dec. 16 or 17, returning Jan. 3.
S4O round trip 372-6603. (C-65
ONE FEMALE roommate wanted
to share one bedroom apartment.
$47.50 plus 1/2 utilities. Walk Walking
ing Walking distance. Call 378-6310. (C (C---67-lt-p)
A RIDE WANTED to NYC
from Miami about Dec. 21 to
return about Jan. 1. Call 372-
9341, Dan in Room 139. (C-67-
LOSING ROOMMATE to mar marriage.
riage. marriage. Remaining three old maids
want coed to share two bedroom
Olympia apartment winter tri trimester.
mester. trimester. Call 378-1275. (C-67-lt-p)
One or two tickets
for Orange Bowl. Call 372-
5265 between 5:30 -7 p.m.
WANTED MALE ROOMMATE
huge house, close to campus.
1/2 Block to Gatorland, stores.
Air conditioned and heat. $31.25
month. Call Jerry 378-5405.
MAN TO WORK on cattle ranch;
feeding, tractoring, etc. Few hours
a week and/or week ends as
desired. $1.25 per hour. Phone
after seven PM 376-6339.(E-64-
HELP WANTED Students who
type and students eligible for
work study program. For further
information report to room 183,
Bldg. E on campus. (E-46-6t-nc)
Legal secretary needed immedi immediately.
ately. immediately. Must be proficient in short shorthand
hand shorthand and typing. Send resume to
Managing Partner, Post Office-
Drawer O, Gainesville, Florida.
SUBJECTS for visual Science
experiment needed over Xmas
vacation. Call Visual Science
PART TIME employment avail available
able available fit work, with excellent in income,
come, income, around your schedule. 3-6
hours a day, can earn you
$5-$lO pfcr hour. Call 376-8366.
RESEARCH LABORATORY in
Speech Communication urgently'
needs secretary/typist for high highly
ly highly challenging position as per personal
sonal personal secretary to associate
director. Permanent position sots
the right person. Hours may b*
arranged. (Ext. 039) (E-67-lt-c)
1963 VW, clean, mechanical sound,
radio and heater, SB9O. Origi Original
nal Original owner. 378-3886. (G-63-
1966 PLYMOUTH FURY 111,
9 passenger station wagon, fully
equipped. Less than 10,000 miles,
will sacrifice at 25% discount
of original purchase price. Call
ext. 2994. (G-65-3t-c)
FOR SALE OR TRADE, 1963
Plymouth. Phone even evenings
ings evenings or weekends. <^}-65-3t-c)
1958 CORVETTE completely re reconditioned
conditioned reconditioned with hard top, best
offer over $1,400, Call Craig
Rm. 790, 372-9285. (G-64-4t-p)
1962 RENAULT DAUPHINE De Deluxe,
luxe, Deluxe, with radio and heater. $395
or best offer. See at 1031 NE 12th
Ave. or call 376-1919. (G-63-st-p)
1962 Ford Fairland Sport coupe,
bucket seats, automatic trans transmission.
mission. transmission. V-8, radio and heater,
good mileage, excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, only $695. 376-8156, 1108 NE
15th Place (G-63-st-c)
1965 GTO CONVERTIBLE, yel yellow,
low, yellow, four speed transmission,
positraction 389,400 horsepower,
Tri-carbs, Call 376-2757.
FOR SALE: 1963 Ford Galaxie
6; stick shift, low mileage, excel excellent
lent excellent condition, $695. 372-9311
Yulee Hall, Room 172 (G-63-st-p)
1960 TR3 Yellow, Engine re recently
cently recently overhauled only S7OO.
Call Alan. 376-3261 Ext. 2360
days. 376-1127 nights. (G-66- 2t-p)
1961 FALCON, four door sedan,
standard shift, engine rebuilt,
good condition. Air conditioned and
radio $375. Call 376-3261 Ext.
2731 M. Higashi. (G-66-2t-p)
AVAILABLE NOW FHA financ financed,
ed, financed, $91.38 month. Nice NE
neighborhood, near schools, ect.
Modern two bedroom-CBS home
with gas heat and air condi conditioned.
tioned. conditioned. Furnished for unfurn unfurnished.
ished. unfurnished. 376-1756 after 4:30 p.m.
!, The Florida Alligator. Wednesday, December 7, 1966
I gator classifieds
WHOEVER took my navy blue
windbreaker from the Men's
Gym I sincerely hope you
FAIL your finals. (J-66-lt-p)
SUSAN. Heights of Hope for
a Happy New Year. Rick.
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A VARY MARY KHRISTMAS
AND A HOPPY NEU YAER
TO ALL THE FAIILTLES
EDETORS OF THE ALLEY ALLEYGATOR.
GATOR. ALLEYGATOR. ELAINE (J-67-lt-nc)
ATTENTION PURPLE PIEMEN!
THE DELTA SIGMA PHI WAT WATER
ER WATER WALKERS CHALLENGE
THE PURPLEMEN FOR THE
POSSESSION OF THE INTER
GALACTIC KROKAY CUP ON
SUNDAY JANUARY ISTH. CALL.
BOOBie Happy 21st Birthday
--if we ever make it home we
will celebrate. Flub a Dub Ollie
DESPERATELY NEED THREE
STUDENT TICKETS TO THE,
ORANGE BOWL TOGETHER.
CALL 372-9410 ASK FOR MIKE
NEED RIDE TO BOSTON?
Route 301, will take riders
along, share driving and split
gas. Call Sid 378-6395. (J-67-
NOW LEASING FOR
jan. i occupancy nnllH
ifflHHfH tool S.W. 16th AVE. mJT'llvam
WILL SELL 4 end zone seats
for the Orange Bowl game.
Call Jerry 372-5453 Thurs,
6-10 p.m. (J-C7lt-p)
NEED ORANGE BOWL TICK TICKETS???
ETS??? TICKETS??? Call Morris or Steve
at 376-9450 (J-67-lt-p)
**" l *^*^ t
LOST one Bulova Accutron watch.
If found please call Allan or
Billy in room 670 at 372-9220;
REWARD OFFERED. (L-65-2t-p)
LOST: NEAR Ehst hall. Blue Lon London
don London fog with monogram PTU if
found please turn in to Tolbert Area
UVING IN THE MIAMI AREA
For the benefit of students living in these areas Trailways
Bus Line is glad to announce the running of special buses to
Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, and Miami for Dec. 14, 15 and 16.
On Dec. 14 and 15 the bus will depart from Gainesville at
12:01 A.M. arriving in Miami a short 6 1/2 hours later.
On Dec. 14,15 and io a special bus will leave Gainesville at
4:15 P.M. to these same cities.
All are non-stop express buses.
Call Us for Times & Rates in other cities
TRAILWAYS BUS LINE
527 W. University Ave.
Avoid the Rush
CALL 372-6327 for Reservations NOW
SEE Hide n* Chic for your Hol Holiday
iday Holiday Hair Happenings. Falls S3O
and up. Hair pieces, wigs, wiglets,
styling service. 1013 W. Univer University
sity University Ave. 372-1189. (M-63-st-c)
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The AMAZING Blue Lustre
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tifully beautifully soft and clean. Rent
electric shampooer sl. Lowry
Furniture Co. (M-67-lt-c)
ORNAGE BOWL BOUND. MIAMI
BEACH HOTEL. Room at sls
per night. Charter bus for game.
New years Party. Contact Fred
Graves at 378-6448. (M-67-lt-c)
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Gators Play Host To FSU
In First Home Encounter
By SKIP PEREZ
Alligator Sports Writer
The Gator cagers, flashing 3-0
credentials, host FSU in their first
home game of the season this
evening. Game time is 7:40 p.m.
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Glasgo makes a quiet
sweater. Maybe there are
times you want to be quiet.
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This surprising Florida squad,
which may surprise many more
before the 1966-67 basketball sea season
son season is over, has ripped its first
three opponents by convincing
Victorious over Jacksonville
University, tough Miami and the
Yugoslavian All-Stars, the Gators
have piled up more than 300 points
in their first three encounters.
Tonight at Florida Gym the bit bitter
ter bitter intra-state Florida-FSU ri rivalry
valry rivalry will be resumed on the hard hardwood
wood hardwood after the Gators squeaked by
the Seminoles on the gridiron.
Again the Gators are favored.
Floridas assistant coach Dick
Davis conceded that the Gators
have the home court advantage.
The Gators hold more than that
advantage by virtue of their stomp
of Miami in the not-so-friendly
Hurricane gym. 5
Head coach Tommy Bartlett
thinks his biggest problem against
FSU will be trying to keep up with
them, but he gave no clues as to
what methods his troops will em employ
ploy employ to try to contain the Semi Seminoles.
"Theyre a real quick and fast
team," Bartlett commented in the
dressing room after practice Mon Monday.
day. Monday. "We have our work cut out
The soft-spoken Bartlett ad admitted
mitted admitted that his squad is in "above
average shape" and that he has
been surprised at the strong Gator
finishes thus far this season.
Floridas All-S E C forward,
Gary Keller, is living up to ad advance
vance advance billing and if he continues
at this clip he is certain to be a
prime All-American prospect.
Keller is averaging over 20-points
a game and has contributed with
some fine assists and hard-nosed
Other Gator starters will be
6-0 captain Skip Higley and 6-5
David Miller at the guard slots,
6-10 center Neal Walk and 6-5 for forward
ward forward Gary McElroy.
Charlatans Magazines Purple
Piemen swept to their fifth
successful Intergalactic Cup de defense
fense defense of the current croquet sea season,
son, season, smashing the malleteers of
The Birthday Backlash, 17- 3, Sun Sunday
day Sunday morning at the UF archery
field. Pete Boylboll and his Birth Birthday
day Birthday buddies were never in the
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Wednesday, December 7, 1966, The Florida Alligator,
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ORANGE LEAGUE FOOTBALL STARSBottom Row: (Left
to right-Bill Parker, Lambda Chi Alpha; Dick Kelly, Sigma Phi
Epsilon, Nick Nacosia, Pi Lambda Phi, Wilkie Scheel, Beta Theta
Pi; Jerry Fornari, Pi Lambda Phi, Bill Tucker, Tau Epsilon Phi,
Kent Taylor, Sigma Alpha Epsilon.)
Back Row: (L-RVern Dodd, Lambda Chi Alpha, Terry Palmer,
Phi Delta Theta; Glenn Block, Pi Lambda Phi; Rick Perillo, Tau
Epsilon Phi, Marc Greenberg, Tau Epsilon Phi, Peter Parsons,
Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
. .as Moor smashes
Danny Orr TKE
Joe Reina PGD
Ed Gross KA
C. D. Hobbs PEP
Barry Padgett TKE
Jimmy Lee AGR
Steve Caufmann XPhi
Bob Schakow PGD
Max Morris TKE
Ronnie Bernay AEP
Bob Ruffner PKPsi
Mike Reavell I)X
Jack Newkirk KA
Lou Victor . KA
100 yard dash
220 yard dash
880 yard run
440 yard relay
880 yard relay
t, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, December 7, 1966
We want people to know tha* 1
Florida is playing in the Orange
Bowl, explained Bill Dixon as he
laid plans for Floridas appearance
in the Miami classic.
Dixon, who is co-captain of th<
Gator cheerleaders, said that at
the Sugar Bowl last year Missouri
everywhere, but there were no
Florida colors or slogans.
From looking around, you could
not have known that Florida was
playing in the game.
This year, continued Dixon,
We want things to be different.
We would like all Florida students
For UF Cagers
Could Be Tough
Dec. 7 Florida State U. Home
Dec. 17 Kentucky Away
Dec. 19 Vanderbilt Away
Dec. 28-29 Gator Bowl Invitational
(Penn. St., VPI, Ga., Fla.)
Dec. 31 Mississippi Home
Jan. 2 Mississippi St. Home
Jan. 7 Louisiana St. U. Away
Jan. 9 Mississippi Away
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and fans attending theUrange Bowl
to make signs promoting the Ga Gators.
tors. Gators. We want them to decorate
their cars with orange and blue
(Florida school colors) stream streamers.
Dixon said that ideas for signs
and banners should be easy, es especially
pecially especially with the fine team that the
Gators are. He offered ideas con concerning
cerning concerning the able leadership that the
Gators have gotten from Ray
Graves. He also suggested that
Heisman winner Steve Spurrier
would be an exceptionally good
topic for slogans.
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The majority of the scoring came
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provided the margin for victory.
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