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IN JONES CASE
AAUP Says UF
To Face Censuring

By ARLENE CAPLAN
Alligator Staff Writar
The UF faces censuring by
the American Associations Uni University
versity University Professors because Dr.
Marshall B. Jones has been de denied
nied denied tenure, a member of the
AAUP said.
At Wednesday's town-type
meeting of the AAUP, academic
freedom, tenure and freedom of
the press were the main topics
of discussion.
A resolution, jointly written by
Dr. Paul L. Adams and Dr. John
J. Schwabb, professors of psy psychiatry,
chiatry, psychiatry, was read by Adams.
The resolution stated that the
UF chapter of the AAUP wishes
to express severe condemnation
of former President J. Wayne
Reitz* action on tenure for Jones.
The resolution also urged O
Connell to reverse Reitz 1 de decision.
cision. decision.
Discussion followed as to whe whether
ther whether to amend the resolution by
changing the phrasing to con condemning
demning condemning the administration."
A motion to change the reso resolution
lution resolution to a proclamation and have
it rewritten before submitting it
to O'Connell passed.
A crowd of approximately 50,
including UF professors, stu students
dents students and Gainesville residents
participated in the meeting.
Stanley K. Laughlin and Wal Walter
ter Walter Probert, both UF law pro professors
fessors professors and members of the
AAUP served as provocators
during the meeting.
Academic freedom begins
when a professor walks into a

classroom," Dr. Allen M. Sie Sievers,
vers, Sievers, UF economics professor
said.
Another member of the au audience,
dience, audience, who said he was a
professor and I dont want to
be quoted" stated that schools
are for the students. . My
point is the heck with the deans
. . Let's get rid of them and
find someone who can commu communicate."
nicate." communicate."
One bearded student who voiced
anger at the lack of academic
freedom at UF said attending
college and being told what to
do by the administration was
sacrificing your own integrity
to powers that be with a big
purse."
After discussing academic
freedom Sievers censured the
Alligator for prematurely pub publishing"
lishing" publishing" the issue of Jones ten tenure.
ure. tenure. Sievers charged the Alli Alligator
gator Alligator with changing the news
by premature reporting" and

Katz Resignation Refused
By Mens Interhall Council
Mens Interhall Council refused Wednesday night to accept the
resignation of Council President Ric Katz, who had resigned effec effective
tive effective Nov. 15.
The council also accepted Mike Moore as its vice president by
a vote of 5-3.
Katz resigned Sunday in a meeting at which Mike McNerney,
president of Tolbert Area and member of the Council, had asked
for the reconsideration of Moore's election as vice president. Moore
had been elected in a meeting two weeks prior to Sunday.
Katz insisted at Sunday's meeting that Moore's election was valid
and should not be reconsidered.

University of Florida, Gainesville

accused the Alligator of irre irresponsible
sponsible irresponsible journalism."
Former UF student Allan Le Levin
vin Levin accused every university
faculty member of being per pervaded
vaded pervaded by spar."
Freedom of the press became
the main issue. Sievers and Dr.
Richard H. Hlers, assistant pro professor
fessor professor of religion severely cri criticized
ticized criticized the Alligator. Laughlin,
Levin and other members of
the meeting came to the de defense
fense defense of the Alligator's right
to freedom of the press.

Stealing Os HC Parade Float
Termed Trank By Thieves

The homecoming parade float
taken from the SAE house early
Wednesday morning was termed
a prank" by the two members
Involved.

HC Parade Today
Gator Growl Tonight
By CAROL SANGER
Alligator Staff Writer
Happiness Is Being A Gator. With the hub of activities taking
place on the UF campus this Homecoming weekend, happiness may
be a tired Gator by Sunday morning.
Tonights curfew for all women students in campus residence halls
will be extended to 2:30 a.m. Saturdays curfew will be the usual
1:30 a.m.
Homecoming 67 leads off the weekend with the music of 23 mar marching
ching marching bands from high schools throughout the state, Florida A&M
band, and the Gator band. The parade will feature floats from 7
fraternities, 6 sororities, and 3 independent groups; 24 special units;
and 12 clown entries.
The parade begins at 1 p.m. and will proceed east on University
Ave. to Main Street. The reviewing stand will be erected in front
of Santa Fe Junior College.
Florida Blue Key will hold its annual Smoker and Banquet from
3:30 7:15 p.m. in the Florida Gym. Featured speaker will be
Senator Edward Kennedy of Massachusetts.
The Reita Union Ballroom will be the sight of Mortar Board Buffet
Friday, from 5-7 p.m. Mrs. Edward Kennedy will attend as guest
of honor.
Pre-Growl activities will begin 6:30 p.m. Friday. Jack Shaw, an announcer
nouncer announcer on WGGG radio will act as master of ceremonies for a show
featuring the Billy Mitchell Drill Team and several high school bands.
Gator Growl gets underway at 7:30 p.m. as Florida Field comes
alive with Peanuts characters. The satirical program of skits, a
pep rally, the crowning of the Homecoming Sweetheart, bands, and
words of wisdom from Snoopy, Charlie Brown, Linus,and the Great
Pumpkin will continue for approximately two hours.
Following Growl will be the Homecoming Sweethearts Coronation
Ball held in the Reitz Union Ballroom from 10-2 a.m.
On Saturday the Alumni Reunion will be held at the University
entrance, beginning at 8:30 a.m. The John Marshall Bar Association
Skits will be presented from 10:15 11:30 on the front lawn of the
College of Law.
The alumni barbeque is slated for 11 a.m. in the Florida Gyro.
It will run until 1:30 p.m.
Also, Saturday morning will be a soccer game between Florida
and St. Leos College at 10:15 a.m. on Flemming Field.
The Florida Gators clash with Vanderbilt on the gridiron 2 p.m.
Saturday in Floridas 43rd annual Homecoming game.
The Homecoming Dance and Review will be held in the union Sat Saturday
urday Saturday evening from 8:30 12:30 a.m. featuring the music of The
Razors Edge.
Winding up the Homecoming weekend, various student religious cen centers
ters centers will hold Sunday morning breakfasts from 8:30 10:30 a.m.
in the student centers.

It was just a practical joke,"
said Carlton Ward, one of the
ATOs. We were just sitting
around and decided to try steal stealing
ing stealing a float because it had never
been done before."
Ward said they had no inten intention
tion intention of \hurting anybody. The
sawed-off \shotgun held on the
SAE pledges guarding the float
was not loaded, according to
Ward.
We only took the gun because
we wanted to avoid trouble,"
Ward stated. He said they rea realized
lized realized the SAEs had guards on
the float, and to avoid fist fights
they borrowed the gun from a

Friday, October 27, 1967,

friend to fake out" the two
pledges.
Ward said they planned to take
the float into the woods and leave
it. We weren't going to tear it
up or anything," he said.
The ATO house as a whole is
not involved in the affair, Ward
said. At a chapter meeting Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night ATU decided to
individually reprimand Ward and
his accomplice, Gene Toy.
The name of the third man
involved in the incident, who is
not a UF student, is being with withheld
held withheld by the Dean of Men's of office
fice office until a decision on whether
or not to file charges is made.

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Homecoming Schedule
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27

10:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m.
12:00 noon 6:00 p.m.
1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m.
3:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m.
4:30 p.m. 7:15 p.m.
5:00 p.ip -7:15 p.m.
6:30 p.m. 7:15 p.m.
7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m.
10:00 p.m. 2:00 a.m.

8:30 a.m. 10:00 a.m.
9:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m.
10:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m.
10:00 a.m. 10:15 a.m.
10:15 a.m. 12:00 noon
10:15 a.m. 11:30 a.m.
11:00 a.m. 1:30 p.m.
2:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m.
4:30 p.m. 12:00 Midnight
8:30 p.m. 12:30 a.m.

8:30 a.m. 10:30 a.m.

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Art Exhibit by University of Flor Florida
ida Florida Department of Art Faculty;
Florida Showcase, Reitz union
Parade, University Avenue
Florida Blue Key Smoker, Florida
Gymnasium Basement
Florida Blue Key Banquet, Florida
Gymnasium
Mortar Board Buffet, Reitz Union
Ballroom
Pre-Gator Growl, Florida Field
Gator Growl, Florida Field
Homecoming Sweethearts Corona Coronation
tion Coronation Ball, Reitz Union Ballroom;

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28

Alumni Reunion, University En Entrance
trance Entrance (SW 13th St. and 2nd Ave.)
Florida Showcase, Reitz Union
Art Exhibit, University Gallery
Alumni Reunion Program, Univer University
sity University Entrance
Soccer (Florida vs. St. Leo College),
Fleming Field
John Marshall Bar Association
Skits, College of Law
Alumni Barbecue, Florida Gymna Gymnasium
sium Gymnasium
Football: Florida vs. Vanderbilt,
Florida Field
Florida Showcase, Reitz Union
Homecoming Dance and Review,
Retiz Union

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29

Student Religious Center-Sponsored
Breakfasts

UF Coeds Will Accompany
_ "V-
Wounded Vets To Homecoming

UF coeds will accompany four wounded Viet Vietnam
nam Vietnam war veterans to Gator Growl and the Coro Coronation
nation Coronation Ball tonight.
Pam Bacharach, 3AS, and Gaye Baughman, 2UC,
said they are looking forward to tonight's acti activities.
vities. activities.
The two girls, both members of Angel Flight,
said they broke their dates for tonight in order

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MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1967
Interviews will be conducted on
to discuss job opportunities with
Tampa Electric Company.
You will find good advancement
opportunities with this fast-growing
investor-owned electric utility
located on Florida's West Coast.
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See job placement center bulletin
for interview time and place.
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to be escorts for the veterans.
I thought it would be something nice to do for
someone else," said Miss Bacharach. It will
be interesting to talk to someone who has ac actually
tually actually been to Vietnam."
Miss Baughman agreed. It's the least we can
do for the boys in Vietnam. It will be something
really special," she said.



UF President OConnell
Issues Release On Jones

The following is a statement
made by President Stephen C.
OConnell to the University fac faculty
ulty faculty senate Thursday:
On Wednesday, October 25,
1967, I was handed a copy of a
letter dated October 20, 1967,
with two enclosures, urging sup support
port support by the faculty of the granting
of tenure to Professor Marshall
B. Jones. This letter stated that
a request of the College of Medi Medicine
cine Medicine that tenure be granted to
Professor Jones was nowpend nowpending
ing nowpending with President OConnell...
I immediately determined
that in fact no such request of
Documentary
On Berkeley
To Be Shown
A documentary film on the
Berkeley campus of the Uni University
versity University of California will be
shown Sunday, 9:13 p.m.J'atthe
Delta Gamma house.
The film, sponsored by the
Campus Crusade for Christ, re relates
lates relates the experiences of 600
Christian delegates on the cam campus
pus campus shortly after the free speech
crisis.
Featured in the film is evan evangelist
gelist evangelist Billy Graham. The folk
singing group, New Folk, is also
in the film. The New Folk played
at Daytona Beachs Safari Mo Motel
tel Motel during last Easters student
influx.

Shepherd Asks Council
For Constitutional Change
Student Body President Charles Shepherd, in a speech before
a special session of the legislative council Thursday night, proposed
four major changes in the present Student Body constitution.
These changes included: first, giving the President a stronger
voice in the conduct of Student Body finances; second, a more clearly
defined veto power for the President; third, a smaller Legislative
Council with membership apportioned on the basis of college repre representation;
sentation; representation; and fourth, that general elections under the quarter system
be moved to the early part of the third quarter.
These I feel are the faults inherent in our present Constitution.
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the College of Medicine had been
received by my office.
Then on further inquiry I
found that earlier'this year % the
personnel board of this univer university
sity university considered and, at the re request
quest request of Dr. Suter (Emanuel),
reconsidered the recommen recommendation
dation recommendation that Professor Jones be
granted tenure. Ultimately the
personnel board declined to en endorse
dorse endorse the recommendation of ten tenure.
ure. tenure. President Reitz reached the
same conclusion. I find also that
President Reitz met with the
Executive Committee and sev several
eral several members of the faculty of
the College of Medicine and ex explained
plained explained the basis for his po position.
sition. position.
I am further informed that in
accordance with the university
constitution Dr. Suter was re requested
quested requested by President Reitz to
advise Professor Jones in writ writing
ing writing prior to June 30, 1967, that
his employment with the univer university
sity university would be terminated as of
June 30, 1968. This was done
and the matter was then ter terminated
minated terminated insofar as university
procedures are concerned.
To my knowledge, the only
change that has occurred, which
could affect this matter, is in
the presidency of this univer university.
sity. university. This situation requires that
I make plain now that I do not
intend to second-guess President
Reitz on the final decisions made
by him in this or any other
matter.
Therefore, unless I am pre presented
sented presented with evidence showing a

fundamental error in the pro procedures
cedures procedures followedas opposed to
a difference of opinion as to the
merits and decision madein
this case, I will not reopen the
matter.
I feel it necessary to make
this statement now because the
circulation of the document re referred
ferred referred to seems to me to be de designed
signed designed to encourage support of
an issue which is not pending.
All of you are entitled to know
this.
Accent Reunion
Accent 6B, the UFs annual
symposium on current world is issues,
sues, issues, will hold a homecoming
for alumni during its annual pro program
gram program next April 4-6, Accent
General Chairman, Frank Gram Gramling
ling Gramling has announced.
Gramling said that the home homecoming
coming homecoming would provide alumni the
opportunity to meet personally
all the Accent speakers at a din dinner
ner dinner the evening of April 5.
Accent has speakers commit committed
ted committed to speak during the weekend,
Gramling said, but he could not
release them as yet.

I Welcome UF Alumni I
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Friday, October 27, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

WE hspe to leave you
"HOLDING THE BAG!
CARRY-OUT, THAT IS!
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Attractions
October
28 GUY AND DOLLS 7:00,
9:50
November
3 LIFE AT THE TOP 7:00,
9:15
4 THE LONGEST DAY 6:30,
9:50
6,7 WAR AND PEACE 7:00
10 THAT MAN IN ISTANBUL
7:00, 9:15
11 ART OF LOVE 7:00, 9:00
13, 14, 15 SWAN LAKE 8:15
il7 HUSH HUSH SWEET CHAR CHARLOTTE
LOTTE CHARLOTTE 7:00, 9:30
18 OPERATION CROSSBOW
7:00, 9:15
24 FOUR HORSEMEN OF THE
APOCALYPSE 7:00, 9:45
25 THREE ON A COUCH 7:00,
9:10
December
1 SHE 7:00, 9:05
2 OUR MAN FLINT 7:00, 9:05
4,5, 6 WINTERS TALE 8:15
8 THE CHASE 7:00, 9:20
9 KING OF KINGS 7:00, 10:00
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Be A Delegate
To Model UN £

The U.N. useful or useless?
How can we really know? You
can find out by contributing some
of your time and efforts to the
Deep South Model United Nations,
University of Florida, Feb. 22-
25, 1968. Help work in setting
it up. Any group, fraternity,
Young Republicans, S.D.S. can
sponsor delegates. Presented by
the International Committee,
Room 310, Florida Union.
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Paint For Fun
Class To Begin
How would you like to be a
Rembrandt? It's possible if you
enroll in the Painting for Fun
classes from Nov. 7 through Dec.
5, each Tues. and Thurs. from
7-9 p.m., Room 118 of the Reitz
Union.
For further information con contact
tact contact the Fla. Union Program
Office, ext. 2741.
LAST CHANCE
TO ENTER
CONTEST
Student artists and photo photographers
graphers photographers are all welcome to
enter paintings, sculpture and
photographs in the annual Union
Board Fine Arts Committee con con*st.
*st. con*st.
Deadline for gntries is 5 p.m.
will

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forums Brings to campus the best professional men
in literature, politics, art business and
sciences;
SPECIAL PROJECTS ..Talent shows, trips around the world and
any unique special event;
RECREATION From bridge, billiard and bowling tournaments
to Camp Wauburg Playday, skiing, swimming,
and sailing;
INTERNATIONAL collegiate Council for the U.N. convention,
international dinner and conversation clubs,
social and cultural exchange programs;
films Selection and screening of films, a wide var variety
iety variety of cinema entertainment for all tastes
and preferences;
ORANGE & BLUE Orange and Blue Week, features a soap box
derby for the daring, a male beauty contest
for the weaker (?) sex, leadership banquet,
dance and talent show.
HOSTESS Fashion shows with latest styles, hostesses
for major functions;
DANCE Best bands (and the worst) in the country
play for your entertainment;
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A man of the times may be an apt descrip description
tion description of Andy Warhol. He is one of the leading
contributors to the Pop Art craze which has A
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pells Campells soup cans, the American Ways of Dying,
and many others.
Warhol, 37, has studied art at Carnegie In Institute
stitute Institute of Technology in Pitsburgh but has not
limited his career strictly to art by distinguish distinguishing
ing distinguishing himself in films and pop music. For the
last several years he has put on one man shows A
all over this country and in many others.
If you wish to hear the so called Peter
Pan of the current art scene relate his ideas
on pop art as well as see some of his films,
he will appear at the University Auditorium, Nov.
8, at 8 p.m.

Jack and Sally Jenkins, a top national singing
duo, will be featured at the Fine Arts Committees
Blanket Concert (bring your own cushion to
sit on), Nov. 11, 8 p.m., in the Reitz Union
Ballroom,
Immediately following, sponsored by the Dance

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combined performances, 25? for the dance alone,
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Mon.-Fri. noon to 4:30 p.m.

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American Foreign Policy:
Past, Present, Future
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leading authorities of foreign af affairs
fairs affairs and international politics.
Combining a brilliant scholarly
career with distinguished public
service, he has had personal
experience with such problems
as Vietnam, Cuba and Commu Communist
nist Communist China.
Hilsman has served as Direct Director
or Director of the State Departments Bur Bureau
eau Bureau of Intelligence and Research
and as Assistant Secretary of
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Presently he is professor of

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way Broadway while in New York or in inspect
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All are made possible for a col college
lege college students budget through
charter flights sponsored by the
Florida Union Board.
Budget trips to anywhere in
the world can be arranged pro providing
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Faculty and staff are also cor cordially
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ers characters come to life in this splendid
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the Wife of Bath who has five
husbands, and the Knight who fol follows
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Mr. Inglis performance is not
a reading, but a lively theatrical
presentation complete with 14th
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" Observatory
To Feature
Telescope
The largest telescope in the
Southeastern United States will
be the star attraction at the
University of Floridas new op optical
tical optical observatory near Bronson,
Fla.
The $65,000 telescope with a
30-inch mirror will be delivered
when the facilities to house it
are completed.
Dr. K. Y. Chen of the Depart Department
ment Department of Physics and Astronomy
said that hopefully the construct construction
ion construction of the observatory will be
finished by November.
The new 30-inch instrument,
made by Tinsley Laboratories,
Berkeley, California, will be put
into use within a year. The sum sum.
. sum. **
mer months, when viewing con conditions
ditions conditions in Florida are poor, will
be used for the installation of
other equipment at the observ observatory.
atory. observatory.
Funds for the telescope were
part of a $4.2 million National
Science Foundation Grant to the
university.
The universitys 12.5 inch tele telescope,
scope, telescope, currently its largest, will
be moved to the new facilities
from its present location atev atevins
ins atevins Arm Lake near Gainesville.
Planned for the large telescope
are experiments in photometry
and photography. Photometry is
the measurement of a stars
brightness. Eventually it will also
be used for spectroscopy, a
method of determining the com composition
position composition of stars.
Dr. Chen stated that the obser observatory
vatory observatory might be opened to the
public on a regular basis if enough
interest is shown.
Bronson is a small town in
Levy County on U.S. Alternate
27, about 23 miles southwest of
Gainesville.

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Hilsman, former assistant
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Hilsman will speak on Am American
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Kennedy administration.
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erating operating behind enemy lines. After
the war, he became Assistant
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operations of the OSS. He has
also served in the CIA.
Hilsman was selected by Pres President
ident President Kennedy in 1963 to succeed
W. Averell Harriman as Assis Assistant
tant Assistant Secretary of State. He was
a strong backer of a more real realistic
istic realistic approach to Red China.

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, The Florida Alligator, Friday, October 27, 1967

Page 8

The
Florida Alligator
"To Let The People Know
Sieve Hull
Harvey Alper Harold Kennedy
Managing Editor Executive Editor
Harold Aldrich Bob Padecky
News Editor Sports Editor
Tbs Florida Alligator** official tuition on Issues Is expressed
only In the columns below. Other material In this issue may
reflect the opinion of the writer or cartoonist and not necessarily
that of the Florida Alligator unless specifically indicated.
l***Real Spirit *(
|Of Coming Home

A man wiser than we
once said, You can
never go home again.
While there is some
merit in this quote, the
man is in error.
As alumni return to
the campus after one,
five, or twenty years--
perhaps more-- they
notice the changes that
have taken place. For
a fleeting moment they
see friends they walk walked
ed walked to classes with,
studied with, and left
with at graduation.
The spirit of Florida
relives again as its
children come home
once more. Time is
given to remember
those who have passed
away and died in ser service
vice service to their country.
The bell tower chimes,
and the moments, go
by, all too fast.
The alumni has re returne
turned returne older, wiser,
and happier. He is the
forerunner of the
Class of *6B who will
go forth and serve as
the educators, lead leaders,
ers, leaders, and professional

Welcome Ted Kennedy

Sen. Edward Ted Ken Kennedy
nedy Kennedy will be on campus to today
day today for the Florida Blue
Key Banquet. Some people
suspect the senator may
make it to Growl tonight --
but this type of thing is
predicted every year so we
cant be sure.
But we are happy towel towelcome
come towelcome the late President
John F. Kennedys brother
to campus. We hope he will
find our university both
friendly and pleasant.
The junior senator from
Massachusetts will ad address
dress address the Florida Blue Key
banquet today at 4:30 p.m.
Kennedy will arrive in
Gainesville by Lear jet in
the afternoon. >

men and women of to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow.
At the Homecoming
game, the alumni
cheers with his frater fraternity
nity fraternity or her sorori sorority-
ty-- sorority- and friends, and
cheers the team on as
they once did so long
ago. Time comes back
as emotion fills their
bodies. A tear falls
from an eye. Happi Happiness
ness Happiness is alive as the
present stands still.
The distortion fades
and reality returns.
For 114 years,Hap years,Happiness
piness years,Happiness has been being
a Gator. But, for our
alumni, their motto
should read, Pride
In Our Past, Faith For
Our Future. That will
be the theme for our
Homecoming, for one
day, you and I will
return to our home
that has become so
much a part of us.
Yes, we can go home
and share the happi happiness
ness happiness of Homecoming.
Homecoming isnt just
for the young.
Alumni, Welcome
Home!

Ted Kennedy has repeat repeatedly
edly repeatedly been mentioned as a
possible presidential or
vice-presidential candi candidate
date candidate for 1972.
Thats a long way off.
Today Ted Kennedy will
be our candidate for top
celebrity on campus. He is
a modern and dynamic man.
His remarks here will be
remembered and talked a about
bout about for some weeks to
come.
We welcome him to
Florida for his short stay
and wish both him and his
wife (who will also visit
us) a good time on our
campus.
Thank you for visiting
with us sir.

/ Bet You Boys Thought I Was Dead
editors notebook-
Pentagon March
BFiMi

Washington The recent massive march
on the Pentagon was more of a show of
encouragement for Ho Chi Minh than a
protest against the U.S. policy in Vietnam.
South Vietnamese Communists have call called
ed called the anti-war rally a valuable support
for the Vietnamese people.
Other broascast dispatches from Hanoi
have said the North Vietnamese wished
demonstrators splendid success.
Hanoi also reiterated that anti-war de demonstrations
monstrations demonstrations in the U.S. continue to grow
in scope and strength.
According to recent press dispatches
mass Communist organizations in South
Vietnam have warmly commended the Am American
erican American dissenters for participating in the
past weeks protest rallies.
The protestors came and confronted and
by the end of the day everyone was sat satisfied
isfied satisfied but nothing had changed.
The war goes on and the dissenters
continue to map out new strategies to pro protest
test protest UJS. policy in Vietnam.
Granted the peaceniks breached the Pen Pentagon
tagon Pentagon but did not disrupt it. What did they
accomplish?
From their point of view the march
achieved its purpose, that is to dramatize
national opposition of the war in Vietnam.
However, the melee of rocks, mudballs and
mass arrests is sure to be written up and
emphasized by the press and television.
And most Americans recoil from scenes
of civil disobediance.
This reporter talked with a number of
the demonstrators and heard from most
they were truly against the war in
Vietnam. But was this the proper way to
display their feelings.
No it wasnt.
The Washington crowd spoke for the
radical fringes of the campus and in a
measure for the new Negro movement.
Irrational emotionalism can accomplish
nothing in the eyes of the Johnson Admin-

-BY STEVE HULL
istration. Facts not fantasy should be pre presented
sented presented and evaluated concerning why the U.S,
should pull out of Vietnam.
Unrealistic proposals such as closing
down the Pentagon forever, ending the
draft and immediately pulling out of Viet Vietnam
nam Vietnam cannot be accomplished.
Many of the demonstrators were clean
cut college students who demonstrated
peaceably. The more militant dissenters
mostly long haired bearded reactionaries
were the one who clashed with the troops
and federal marshalls.
One of the clean cut protestors, named
Diann, who wore a maroon sweater and
white chinos said it was difficult to protest
against the U.S.
My father doesnt understand it. Neither
do most of the students in my school.
They think Im anti-American. But all
Im doing is supporting the troops the best
way possible. I want them home.
This editor realizes there is no easy
way to extricate ourselves from Vietnam
without letting down our allies around the
world. We are in Vietnam for the expressed
reason to stop the spread of Communism.
Lets stay there and win even though
many more lives may be lost, there is
still a chance that freedom can exist in
the downtrodden countries of Southeast Asia.
It is doubtful whether the march on the
Pentagon will change the Gallup and Harris
polls more than a few niches. The import important
ant important question is what impact will the march
plus other acts of dissension have on the
polls when its time to elect a president.
I saw a march in Washington which started
as a jolly affair turn into an ugly con confrontation
frontation confrontation on the steps of the Pentagon.
The sight of billy clubs swinging and
protestors spitting on impassive soldiers
not the real purpose of the march will
survive the day in Washington.
And the war goes on.



OPEN FORUM:
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4 There is no hope for the complacent man

MR. EDITOR:
Thank you, Athletic Department!
I only wish I knew the people re responsible
sponsible responsible so I could thank them
personally.
Because of you, my wife cannot
attend the homecoming game.
Last year In order to obtain
a coveted date ticket, I was forced
to camp out all night in line in
front of the stadium. In the weeks
following, the Athletic Department
proclaimed that steps were taken
to eliminate this in the future.
This has been done; there will
Viet Analysis
Interesting
But It Errs
MR. EDITOR:
With regard to the article which
appeared in the Oct. 3, 1967 Al Alligator
ligator Alligator entitled Vietnam Analy Analysis
sis Analysis UJS. Involvement Necessary
For National Survival? I would
like to briefly bring the writer,
Frans Thijssen, up to date and
back on the road to a logical
understanding of what is really
going on in the world of Man,
and not fantasy.
First: The raw mineral re resources
sources resources (almost untapped) of Viet Vietnam
nam Vietnam are very valuable to the world
in general and to the Free World
in particular. A quick check of
almost any historical analysis of
Vietnam will be quite an eye o opener.
pener. opener.
Second: The main reason most
people don't want us to be in
Vietnam is because they don't
feel the need quite yet to die
(for anything) when life is still
new, exciting and very full of
promise.
Third: The statement, . .
hence any pacifist who is *not
interested in politics', does not
consider it his business to find
a real construct to replace the
present setup, is insincere, is
as illogical as saying that any anyone
one anyone who cannot write a consti constitutional
tutional constitutional amendment to suit the
current national problem of disr
crimination doesn't really believe
or is not sincere in his desire
to help. It must certainly occur
to the people who read the ar article
ticle article that not being. able to an anticipate
ticipate anticipate a solution to a problem
renders the protestor neither
insincere nor stupid. If anyone
thinks so, ask the Congress of
the United States about some of
their so called solutions.
Fourth: And most important of
all is the description of a Free
Strike You and all its im impregnability
pregnability impregnability brings to mind ano another
ther another place and time along with
shades of Maginot and Siegfried
Lines of Defence. The best form
of defense, in case Mr. Thijssen
is really Interested, is a really
good offense.
In conclusion, I can only hope
that the errors of this aforemen aforementioned
tioned aforementioned article have been noted,
along with some I'm sure I missed.
The article was extremely inter interesting,
esting, interesting, however developed, but in
the future may we have a little
more fact, logic and truth (any
definition will do), and less dreams
and fantasies of Utopia?
ROBERT BROWN 3AS

No Ticket For Student Wife

be no long lines for date tickets
this week. There are none. How However,
ever, However, an alternative has been pro provided.
vided. provided. A student may purchase an
end zone guest ticket for only
six dollars.
I'm deeply appreciative of the
planning that gave each student a
New President
Thanks 'Gator
MR. EDITOR:
To you and all your staff
I offer my deepest apprecia appreciation
tion appreciation for the treatment which
you have given me since the
publication Os your first is issue
sue issue of this quarter and, par particularly,
ticularly, particularly, for the issue of
yesterday morning, Oct. 18.
At my first opportunity I will
pay another visit to your of offices
fices offices to thank you and the
staff in person.
It is my hope that there
will be a free interchange
of views and information be between
tween between your offices and those
in Tigert Hall. I further hope
that the purposes of the Al Alligator
ligator Alligator and mine are the same
and those are to improve both
the operation and the image
of every facet of this great
University. It is my firm be belief
lief belief that if this is not our
purpose, neither of us should
be here.
With my kindest regards
and again my thanks, I am
STEPHEN C. O'CONNELL
PRESIDENT.

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fair chance to obtain a date ticket.
It doesn't take very much sense
to figure out that a great many
students might not have a chance
to get to the ticket windows on
one Thursday night. Or, maybe
that was the idea
I don't want to be critical with without
out without offering suggestions for im improvements.
provements. improvements.
Student wives should be assured
of date tickets. One way to do
this would be to allot a number
of the date tickets to married
students based on their percentage
of enrollment. After all, the wives
contribute greatly to the support
of married student families and
should be given consideration.
I.D.'s should be Issued to stu student
dent student wives and a students fee
card chould indicate that he is
married. This would enable a stu student
dent student wife with her IJ). and her
husband's I.D. and validated fee
card to purchase the tickets. Were
this possible, my wife could have
gotten the tickets Thursday night
while I studied for a Friday exam.
I hope the wives of the Athletic
Department officials enjoy this
Homecoming game. Maybe my wife
will be able to attend next year.
CARL SWOFFORD, 4FY
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Friday, October 27, 1967, The Floilda Alligator,

Local Teacher
Scores FEA
MR. EDITOR:
I am a teacher, a democrat, and voted for Robert King High
for governor. I am ashamed of the democratic party and the Flor Florida
ida Florida Education Association.
I am personally acquainted with one of the officers of the FEA
What I have to say may hurt some virgin ears but I was told that
if a republican were elected governor that the FEA would give
him the hardest time he ever had in his life. The FEA would lead
the teachers and public (like sheep) against him. I asked, What
about all the interference the democratic governors have done to
education, what did the FEA do about that? Well, we couldn't
rise against our own party leader." It sounds as if the FEA is
not a teachers organization but a political party.
Give your vote a chance. The democrats could do more for the
state only by raising your taxes. Educational problems didnt crop
up since Kirk is in office.
Fact: Teachers are herded together with big mouths telling them
what is best for Florida The democratic party maybe?
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help wanted
NEED BREAD? Distribute Psy Psychedelic
chedelic Psychedelic posters, etc. Write to
The Joyce James Co. Ltd. 734
Bay Street., San Francisco, Cal.
94109. (E-23-3t-p)
HELP WANTED: Waiters need needed
ed needed from 5-15 p.m. Meals and
uniform supplied. Apply in per person
son person at 2310 SW 13th St. No calls
Please. (E-25-st-c)
STUDENT ASST. 11:45-1:45p.m.
Mon.-Fri. 1.25 Ar & lunch. Call
Mrs. Avery 376-3211 ext. 5771.
(E-24-st-c)
BARBER WANTED: full or part
time, student welcome. Licensed
in Elorida. Apply Florida Union
Barber Shop. (E-25-3t-c)

help wanted
STUDENT (Full or Part time)
Experienced in offset paste-up,
willing to work eveings, hourly
wage. Contact Sern Sekora, Stu Student
dent Student Publications, third Floor,
Union Bldg., after 6:30 P.M. to tonight.
night. tonight. (E-9-tf-nc)

neAY/'
LEE MARVIN
gives it to you
iu
6:30 ]
7:33 Suggested
3 : 37 For Mature
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help wanted
HELP WANTED Full time
Secy, n or 111 or Accountant II
with typing proficiency to serve
as Secretary/Bookkeeper with
Student Publications. Please call
Mrs. Van Gelderen or Mr. My Myking,
king, Myking, University Ext. 2832.
(E-22-tf-nc)



GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

autos
1957 THUNDERBIRD, new top,
new paint job, good tires, com complete
plete complete engine overhaul, need in interior
terior interior work, price $l,lOO. Call
378-3790 after 5 P.M. (G-18-
10t-p)
MUST SELL 1966 CORVETTE
Convertible, 427, 2 tops, 4 on the
floor, positraction, AM/FM
radio, heater, excellent cond condition,
ition, condition, good gas mileage. Will
take trade of lesser value. 378-
8276. (G-24-st-p)
NEED A CAR FOR THANKSGIV THANKSGIVING
ING THANKSGIVING and X-mas vacations and
around school? FORD GALAXIE,
1960, Factory air conditioning
radio, heater, power brakes and
steering, 22,500 actual miles.
Runs and looks like showroom
new. $895. 376-8553. (G-25-lt-
P)
1961 KARMAN GHIA, new poppy
red paint, clutch, and valve job,
transmission, nylon tires, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. Buying new car.
376-9786. (G-25-3t-c)
1963 PONTIAC CATALINA, 4
door sedan. Factory air, power
steering, power brakes, radio,
automatic transmission. 40,000
miles. Extra clean, $1350. Call
378-3842. (G-25-2t-p)
1960 CHEVROLETIMPALA Con Convertible.
vertible. Convertible. New parts, good tires
and top, power steering and
brakes, radio. SHARP. $550. Call
Alan 372-8339. (G-25-2t-p)
1967 4 door MALIBU. Call 378-
4994 after 5:30 P.M. (G-25-3t-
P)
ALTERNATORS GENERATORS
STARTERS Electrical systems
testes repairs. Auto Electric
Service 603 SE 2nd St. 378-
7330. (M-8-Bt-c)
real estate
SMALL HOME on lovely wood-*
ed lot, suitable for married
cquple or single student. Living
room, separate dining room,
study, two bedroom, 1 bath. Bi Bicycling
cycling Bicycling neighborhood. SSOO down,
SIOO per month including taxes
and Insurance. Call Anna Hinson
378-2558. (I-15-10t-c)
1
services
TAKE SDDL AWAY the Blue Lus Lustre
tre Lustre way from carpets and up upholstery.
holstery. upholstery. Rent electric shampoo shampooer.
er. shampooer. sl. Low.ry Furniture Com Company.
pany. Company. (M-24-2t-c)
FACULTY & STAFF: Let me
explain our Home Building and
repair service. Free Estimates.
Wayne Carroll 4AS. 372-7675.
(M-15-lOt- )
BFends sat^H
T2:SO-4:55 -7:05 -9:10^B
f "TOPKAPI I
1 SUNDAY 1

lost-found
LOST: Red-Brown wallet NEED
IDs urgently REWARD! Call Jim
Reinman. 372-9309 or 372-9303.
{L-25-lt-p)
LOST-9-20-Womans blue wal wallet.
let. wallet. Need I.D.s desperately. RE REWARD.
WARD. REWARD. Call 372-9311; Linda 422
Yulee. (L-25-3t-p)
HELP! GOING BAREFOOT! Lost
pair brown sandals in Village
Park Farking lot Friday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. REWARD. Call 378-7386.
(L-24-2t-p)
personal
SOCIAL CHAIRMEN: World Worldfamous
famous Worldfamous GENTRYS will be at Pi
Lamba Phi house Saturday Night.
For details on bookings contact
Preston Enterprises Productions
Call Preston 378-4318 or Woody
376-4756. (J-25-3t-p)

TONIGHT AND SATURDAY
MIDNIGHT HORROR SHOW
The most gruesomely horrible film ever made, because it
assults the imagination instead of the eye. Forrest Ackerman
AT THE UNION
I open I
I 6:30 J
jFor Your Halloween Treat 3 HORROR Showsl
The Goblins Start Running At 7:P.M.
NO.l AT 7:07 N 0.2 AT 8:47 NO. 3AT IO:18 I
tap PLAVSte. WAR
Mb VAMPU^J
cOLORSCOPt
FLORIDA UNION Saturday 7:00, 9:50
GUYS AND DOLLS
'Americas Own Musical
Frank Marlon
Sinatra Brando
cinemascope... .technicolor
GOT SOMETHING TO SELL?
1* ML vj 1 ll
GATOR
rt. 'L <*

Friday, October 27, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

personal
LOOKING FOR SOMEONE who
enjoys surfing and would like
to spend Thanksgiving in the
Bahamas. 372-7203. (J-25-2t-p)
JE MAY YOUR DAY BE MERRY
and your drinking plenty. Happy
Birthday Pinmate, LUV UA
ANOY (J-25-lt-p)
PRE-WINNER SPECIAL. Free
battery load test and gravity
check. Auto Electric Service.
603 SE 2nd St. 378-7330. (J (J---25-6t-c)
--25-6t-c) (J---25-6t-c)
TO MY PUSSYCAT HAPPY
19TH BIRTHDAY (10-29-67)
LOVE FOREVER AND ALWAYS.
YOUR TIGER. (J-25-lt-p)
HAPPY BIRTHDAY tomorrow, oh
vicious roommate! We love you
Z! Etta, Nellita, P.J. (J-25-lt-
P)

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J personal
FOR A CHRISTMAS GIFT that
will be most appreciated and last lasting
ing lasting try a fine professional por portrait
trait portrait by Johnston Photography.
372-2512. Plan ahead, remem remember
ber remember the quarter ends Dec. 9,
1967. (J-25-lot-c)

" X

/Jg\ Whats NEW at the
'Off? BOOKSTORE*?
HOW TO AVOID BURGLARY, HOUSE BREAKING
AND OTHER CRIMES Urich Kauffmann
ON THE LOOSE Sierra Club
AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF BERTRAND RUSSELL
TWENTY LETTERS TO A FRIEND
Svetlana Alliluyeva
TOJO, THE LAST BANZAI Courtney Browne
MORE CHILDRENS LETTERS TO GOD
Comp. Bill Adler
THE GAME Tex Maule
PARTICLES IN THE ATMOSPHERE AND SPACE
Richard Cadel
ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM
Bernhard Kurrelmeyer
GRE AND NTE EXAMINATION BOOKS
Store Hours 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.
Saturday 9:00 A.M. to 12:00
Campus Shop & Bookstore
SUNDAY AT THE UNION
Out of the pages of the best-setter
A murderously funny story!
ALEC II BURL | MAUREEN 11 ERNIE
GUINNESS IVES OHARA KOVACS
th phony spy) myatarloua M. 0.1 wily Qlrl Friday! playboy Pollca Chiall
oHuju
ILyl I
COLUMBIA PICTURES pw>h A CAROL REED PRODUCTION
ur BMDan Dn Havana
Alec Guinness
Burl Ives-Maureen OHara -Ernie Kovacs
Noel Coward -Ralph Richardson- Jo Morrow
Scrnnpliy by GRAHAM GREENE bat*4 on l "owl Prodm* mi tftract*4 ky CAROL REED
SHOWS AT 3,7, AND 9:15

YOU COULD GET HURT
PLAYING LIKE THIS...
No Its Not The Game
Thats Out Os Date...
mil AMI -W
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH
I 3146 N.W. 13th St.

personal
MIAMI BOUND, weekend Nov November
ember November 4-5. Will carry 1-3 guys
in VW. Leave early Friday
afternoon, return late Sunday
night. Deliver to door. $5 each
way. 372-0897 evenings. (J-25-
3t-p)



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, The Florida Alligator, Friday, October 27, 1967

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ADDRESS ALL CAMPUS CALENDAR
NOTICES TO PUBLIC FUNCTIONS
OFFICE, FLORIDA UNION
CAMPUS CALENDAR

Friday, October 27
Dept, of Secondary Education:
Dialogues of Inquiry, 148
NRN., 10 a.m.
History and Philosophy of Med*
icine Lecture: Dr. Eugene A.
Stead, Jr., The Five Facul Faculties
ties Faculties of Medicine, MSB Aud.,
12:10 p.m.
Homecoming Parade, Univ. Ave.,
1 p.m.
Fla. Blue Key: Smoker and Ban Banquet,
quet, Banquet, Fla. Gym, 3:30 p.m.
Mortar Baord: reception and ban banquet,
quet, banquet, Union Ballroom, 4:30
p.m.
Univ. Chess Club: chess, 118
Union, 7 p.m.
35th Annual Gator Growl, Fla.
Field, 7:30 p.m.
Bent Card Coffee House: folk
entertainment, readings and
discussions, 1826 W. Univ.
Ave., 9 p.m.
Homecoming Sweetheart's Coro Coronation
nation Coronation Ball, Union Ballroom,
10 p.m.
Midnight Movie: The Thing,
Union Aud., midnight
Saturday, October 28
Alumni Reunion, Univ. Entrance,
8:30 a.m.
Alumni Showcase, Union Colon Colonnade,
nade, Colonnade, all day
John Marshall Bar Assn.: Skits,
Law School, 10 a.m.
Alumni Barbeque, Fla. Gym, 11
a.m.
Football: Fla. vs. Vanderbilt,
Fla. Field, 2 p.m.
Hillel: Homecoming Alumni Re Reception,
ception, Reception, 16 NW 18th Street,
after the game
Union Movie: Guys and Dolls,
Union Aud., 7 & 9:50 p.m.
Mens Interhall Council: Home Home,
, Home, coming Dance and Revue, Un Union,
ion, Union, 8:30 p.m.
Midnight Movie: The Thing,
mignight
Sunday, October 29
Jennings Annex, Open House,
noon
Program Office: duplicate
bridge, Union 150 C,D, 1:30
p.m.
Fla. Cinema Society: Our Man
in Havana, Union Aud., 3,
7 & 9:15 p.m.
Inter-Varsity Christian Fellow Fellowship:
ship: Fellowship: Focus '67, Does Christ Christianity
ianity Christianity Bug You? Graham Rec.
Room, 7:30 p.m.
Monday, October 30
Discussions on India: Social
Change in Modern India, 123
Union, 3:30 p.m. Anyone in interested
terested interested is welcome
AIIE: Dinner meeting, Union 150
C, 6:30 p.m. Business meet meeting,
ing, meeting, 347 Union 7 .m.

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Swim Fins and Aqua Gators:
practice sessions, Florida
Pool, 7 p.m.
Program Office: Dance lessons,
245 Union, 7 p.m.
ASME: Meeting, 211 MEB,7p.m.
American Institute of Aeron Aeronautics
autics Aeronautics and Astronautics: Mr.
Charles Andrade, Plasma
Physics, 314 Aerospace
Bldg., 7:30 p.m.
Student Committee for Academic
Freedom: faculty panel on ac academic
ademic academic freedom, Union Aud.,
8 p.m.
FLORIDA UNION BOX OFFICE
Tickets are now on sale for:
Coronation Ball, Les Gators
Parisienne, Carmina Burana,
& Roger Hllsman.
ADMINISTRATIVE
NOTICES
PROGRESS TESTS: Students in
the following courses are expect expected
ed expected to take the following tests.
Each student must bring a No. 2
lead pencil and will be required
to use his SOCIAL SECURITY
NUMBER.
CSS 111: Tuesday, Oct. 31,
7 p.m. Students whose last names
begin with (A) report to Floyd
104 or 109, (B) to Peabody 1,
2,4, 5,7, 10 orll; (C) to Leigh
207; (D) to Little 121 or 125;
(E) to Little 113; (F) to Little
227, 233 or 235; (G) to Peabody
101, 102, 112 or 114; (H) to
Peabody 201, 202, 205, 208, or
209; (I-J) to Flint 110 or 112;
(K) to Walker 301, 303, 307 or
308; (L) to Little 201, 203, 205
or 207; (M) to Little 213, 215,
217, 219, 221, 223 or 225; (N)
to Little 237; (O) to Little 239;
(P-Q) to Flint 101 or 102; (R)
to Floyd 108; (S) to Walker Aud Auditorium;
itorium; Auditorium; (T-V) to Little 101 or
109; (W-z)to Walker Auditorium.
CSS 112: Tuesday, Oct. 31,
7 p.m. Students whose last names
begin with (A-L) report to Math Matherly
erly Matherly 2,3, 4,5, 6,7, 8,9, 10,
11, 12, 13, 14, or 16; (M-Z) to
Matherly 102, 105, 108, 112,113,
114, 115, 116, 117, 118 or 119.
CHN 251: Wednesday, Nov. 1,
7 p.m. Students whose last names
begin with (A) report to Floyd
104 or 109; (B) to Peabody 1,
2,4, 5,7, 10 or 11; (C) to Leigh
207; (D) to Little 121 or 125;
(E) to Little 113; (F) to Little
227, 233 or 235; (G) to Peabody
101, 102, 112 or 114; (H) to Pea Peabody
body Peabody 201, 202, 205, 208 or 209;
(I-J) to Flint 110 or 112; (K) to
Walker 301, 303, 307, or 308;
(L) to Little 201, 203, 205 or 207;
(M) to Little 213, 215, 217, 219,
221, 223 or 225; (N) to Little
237; (O) to Little 239; (P-Q) to
Flint 101 or 102; (R) to Floyd
108; (S) to Walker Auditorium;
(T-V) to Little 101 or 109; (W-Z)
to Walker Auditorium.

BLUB BULLETIN

ADMINISTRATIVE
NOTICES
CHN 252: Wednesday, Nov. 1,
7 p.m. Students whose last names
begin with (A-L) report to Ma Matherly
therly Matherly 2,3, 4,5, 6,7, 8,9,
10, 11, 12, 13, 14 or 16; (M-
Z) to Matherly 102, 105, 108,
112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117,
118, or 119.
DELINQUENT ORGANIZA ORGANIZATIONS:
TIONS: ORGANIZATIONS: The Committee on Stu Student
dent Student Organizations and Social Af Affairs
fairs Affairs will meet immediately af after
ter after Nov. 1. All organizations
that have not turned in annual
reports, activity cards, and/or
annual financial reports to the
Student Activities Center before
the meeting will be deactivated
by the committee.
INVESTMENT SEMINAR:-On
Nov. 1, at 8 p.m., an Invest Investment
ment Investment Seminare on Convertible
Bonds and Variable Annuities will
be held in the Law School Aud Auditorium.
itorium. Auditorium. Speakers will be James
G. Richardson, associate pro professor
fessor professor of finance, and William
M. Howard, professor of insur insurance.
ance. insurance. University faculty and other
interested persons are invited
to attend.
PRE-MED STUDENTS who
would like to talk to Dr. Lewis
about the University of Miami
Medical School are requested to
make an appointment with the
Pre-Professional Counseling Of Office,
fice, Office, 103 Anderson Hall. Dr.
Lewis will be here Oct. 26, 27,
30 and 31.
SEMINOLE PICTURES. Pic Pictures
tures Pictures for the SEMINOLE of the
graduating seniors in the colleg colleges
es colleges of education, nursing and phar pharmacy
macy pharmacy will be taken Oct. 23-27
in Room 346 of the Reitz Union
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and 6
to 9 p.m., Monday through Fri Friday.
day. Friday. Cost is $1.50 per person.
Boys are requested to wear coat
and tie, and girls should wear
collarless tops with round neck necklines
lines necklines that will photograph in a
dark color.

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA LIBRARIES
HOMECOMING SCHEDULE

College Library
Research Library
P.K.Y.Lib. of Florida History
Special Collections
Architecture & Fine Arts Lib Library
rary Library
Chemistry Library
Education Library
Engineering & Physics Library
Health & Phys. Ed. R. R.
Health Center Library
Hume (Agriculture)
Journalism & Communications
R. R.
Law Library
Head Library (P.K.Y. Lab School
Library)
Teaching Resources Center
Office
Record

ADDRESS ALL ADMINISTRATIVE NOTICES AND GENERAL
NOTICES TO DIVISION OF INFORMATION SERVICES

Students must be registered
with the Placement Service to
interview. Sign-up sheets are
posted two weeks in advance of
the interview date at J. WAYNE
RETIZ UNION, ROOM 22. All
companies will be recruiting for
Dec., Mar., June and Aug. grad graduates
uates graduates unless indicated otherwise.
OCT. 23, 24, 25, 26, 27: E.
I. DuPONT de NEMOURS & Co.,
Wilmington, Del. ChE, ME,
Chem., IE, EE, NE, Math. Must
be U.S. citizen.
OCT. 26,27: UNION CARBIDE
CORP.,New York, N.Y. Chem.,
ChE, Phys.
OCT. 26, 27: PITTSBURG
PLATE GLASS, Corpus Christi,
Tex. Chem. Must be U.S. citi citizen.
zen. citizen.
OCT. 30: BUREAU OF THE
CENSUS, Washington, D.C. Stat Statistics,
istics, Statistics, Agr., Econ., Geog., Math,
Psy., Soci. Must be U.S. citizen.
OCT. 30: TAMPA ELECTRIC
COMPANY, Tampa, Fla. EE, IE,
ChE, ME, NE. Must be U.S.
citizen. Dec. and March grads.
OCT. 30: RIEGEL TEXTILE
CORP., Ware Shoals, S.C. Bus.
Arts, Engin. Dec. and March
grads.
OCt 30: NAVAL AUDIT SER SERVICE,
VICE, SERVICE, Norfolk, Va. Acct. Must be
UJ3. citizen.
OCt. 30: NAVAL PERSONNEL
PROGRAM SUPPORT ACTIVI ACTIVITY,
TY, ACTIVITY, Washington D.C. All majors.
Must be U.S. citizen.
oct. 30: BURDINES SUN SUNSHINE
SHINE SUNSHINE FASHIONS, Miami, Fla.
Acct., Gen. Bus., Ind. Rel., Ind.
Mgmt., Mktg., Finance., Lib.
Arts. Must be U.S. citizen. Dec.
and March grads.
OCT. 30: THE MEAD CORP.,
Dayton, Ohio. Engin.. Sales.
Acct., Finance. Must be U.S.
citizen. Dec. and March grads.

PLACEMENT NOTICES

Friday
8-5
8-5
8:30-5
8:30-5
8-5
8-12 N
8-12 N
2-5
8-12:30
8-12 N
8:30-12M
8-1
8-12 N
8-5
8-11:30
8-5
1-5

OCt 30, 31: ARTHUR AND ANDERSON
ERSON ANDERSON & CO., Atlanta, Ga. Acct.
OCT 30,31 THE TRANE COM COMPANY,
PANY, COMPANY, Lacrosse, Wls. All en engineering.
gineering. engineering. Must be U.S. citizen.
March grads.
OCT. 30, 31: LOCKHEED MIS MISSILES
SILES MISSILES AND SPACE CO., Hunts Huntsville,
ville, Huntsville, Ala. ME, AE, EE, EP,
EM, MA, PH.
OCT. 30, 31: GENERAL DY DYNAMICS,
NAMICS, DYNAMICS, San Diego, Calif. AE,
EE, ME, CE, Math. Must be U.
S. citizen. Dec. and March grads.
OCT. 30, 31: PROCTER &
GAMBLE CO., Cincinnati, Ohio.
Lib. Arts, Bus. Must be U.S.
citizen.
OCT. 30,31: U.S. GENERAL
ACCOUNTING OFFICE, Atlanta,
Ga., Acct. Must be U.S. citi citizen.
zen. citizen. Dec. and March grads.
OCt. 30, 31: GULF POWER
COMPANY, Seattle, Wash. CE,
EE, IE, Eng. Sci., Eng., Mech.,
Math, Ps, ChE. Must be U.S.
IZEN.
OCT. 31: NEW YORK STATE
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPOR TRANSPORTATION,
TATION, TRANSPORTATION, Albany, N.Y. CE, Mech.
Eng., EE. Must be U.S. citizen.
OCT. 31: THE MAGNOVOX
CO.
OCT. 31: RINGEL, HEEB &
CO., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Acct.
OCT. 31: DEE RING MIL MILLIKEN.
LIKEN. MILLIKEN.
OCT. 31: J.C. PENNY COMPA COMPANY.
NY. COMPANY.
OCT. 31: MAAS BROTHERS,
Tampa, Florida. Bus. Adm., Ac Acct.,
ct., Acct., Mktg., Personnel, Lib. Arts,
Ind. Mgmt.
OCt. 31: DEPARTMENT OF
THE AIR FORCE, Eglin AFB,
Fla. Math, Ps., AE, ME, EE.
Must be UJS. citizen. Dec. and
March grads.

Saturday
8-11 p.m.
8-11p.m.
8:30-12N
8:30-12N
8-
Closed
Closed
9-
Closed
8:30-5
Closed
Closed
9-12 N
Closed
Closed
1-5



Best Seller List

FROM THE NEW YORK TIMES
FICTION:
1. THE CHOSEN. Potok.
2. THE ARRANGEMENT. Ka Kazan.
zan. Kazan. (Reviewed by the Alliga Alligator.)
tor.) Alligator.)
3. THE GABRIEL HOUNDS.
Stewart.
4. NIGHT FALLS ON THE
CITY. Gainham.
5. TOPAZ. Uris.
6. ROSEMARYS BABY. Lev Levin.
in. Levin.
7. A NIGHT OF WATCHING.
Arnold.
8. THE CONFESSIONS OF
NAT TURNER. Styron.
9. A SECOND-HAND LIFE.
Jackson.
10. AN OPERATIONAL NE NECESSITY.
CESSITY. NECESSITY. Griffin.
NONFICTION:
1. OUR CROWD: THE
GREAT JEWISH FAMILIES OF
NEW YORK. Birmingham.
ft
i \ yuHS
vMmy*m ft 111 1 V V, WIHI "W- 1111 11 1
BARRY
TREADWELL
BA, Government,
Harvard, joined
Bethlehems Loop Course
in 1964. Assigned
to our Boston district,
Barry began handling
accounts throughout
southeast New England,
selling at a rate of over
; $2.5 million a year. After
six months of army duty
Barry returned to even
bigger assignments.
MANAGEMENT
MINDED?
Career prospects are
| better than ever at
Bethlehem Steel. We need
on-the-ball engineering,
technical, and liberal arts
graduates for the 1968
Loop Course. Pick up a
copy of our booklet at your ;
placement office.
An Equal Opportunity
Employer in the Plans for
Progress Program
BETHLEHEM
STEEL 3^
11 gator\
I ftDS 1
H) SELL |

2. THE NEW INDUSTRIAL
STATE. Galbraith.
3. A MODERN PRIEST LOOKS
AT HIS OUTDATED CHURCH.
Kavanaugh.
4. ANYONE CAN MAKE A
MILLION. Shulman.
5. TWENTY LETTERS TO A
FRIEND. Alliluyeva.
6. NICHOLAS AND ALEXAN ALEXANDRA.
DRA. ALEXANDRA. Massie.
7. INCREDIBLE VICTORY.
Lord.
8. AT EASE: STORIES I TELL
TO FRIENDS. Eisenhower.
9. HAPPINESS IS A STOCK
THAT DOUBLES IN A YEAR.
Cobliegh.
10. THE LAWYERS. Mayer.

DONIGANS

SINATRA IN MIAMI

Friday, Nov. 10 is the world
premier date of new 20th Cen Century
tury Century Fox movie starring Frank
Sinatra and Jill St. John.
Since Tony Rome (the name
of the film) was made in Miami,
that city secured rights to pre premier
mier premier the film.
But when Frank Sinatra enters
the theatre on premier night,
he will be accompanied by four
college sweethearts one of
them UFs sweetheart, who will
be announced at Gator Growl.
It is part of a publicity cam campaign
paign campaign by WOMETCO Theatres for
the film.

Confession
lIL If Jiff 4*
wr
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">'.... -c, ml mm ss

John Meyer of Norwich creates
clothes with an unaffected great
look for young women who refuse
to let anything get in the way of
their individuality.
What makes these women John
Meyer enthusiasts...the clothes
or the personality of the wearer. 7
Confession: its both, and they
react on each other.

jfcjoHN M&Yer.
'LI i F NwAcH

Winner Sees Premiere

Friday, October 27, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

As part of their publicity, a
S3OO float will appear in the
Homecoming parade today the
float was pre-committed with the
intention of having Jill St. John
(accompanied by Jack Jones) rid riding
ing riding it.
But Miss St. John decided to
get married rather recently, and
now it is dubious whether she
will appear at the Miami world
premier.
One day after the world pre premier,
mier, premier, on Nov. 11, Tony Rome
will open at 11 theatres in Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. Gainesvilles Plaza Theatre
will be one of them.

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The movie will not appear out
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manager of the Plaza Theatre.
So the Plaza will have the
jump on most theatres in Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, and all theatres out of the
state," he added.
When Tony Rome" premiers
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to review the movie, report the
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and interview, if possible, some
well-known celebreties that
might be there.

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Rentz Is Only One Left

By PAUL KAPLAN
Assistant Sports Editor
Larry Rentzs fine performance In the Tulane
game certainly proved a pleasant surprise for
Ray Grieves and the Gridiron U. Crockadiles.
But wait! It's Crazylegs Carisin on the phone
with more good news for Croca Ray.
Ringgg. .
Grieves Hello. Grieves here; if you hadnt
heard Im the No. 1 football talent scout in the
United States I had the foresight to change
Larry Rentz into a quarterback. By the way,
who is this?
Carisin Hey Ray! Its Crazylegs here with
great news for you.
Grieves Hi Crazy; lay it on me.
Carisin Compose yourself Ray Jackie
Eckdahl is out of the hospital and ready to play.
Grieves Who?
Carisin Jackie Eckdahl, our sophomore super superstar.
star. superstar.
Grieves Oh, I remember; hes the kid I
took a look at just to make sure that Rentz was
No. 1.
Carisin -- What do you mean took a look at?
He started two games for us.
Grieves Well, you know I dont like to make
snappy decisions.
Carisin Cut the comedy, Ray. Jackies stand standing
ing standing right here and hes dying to get his hands on

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a football. Ill send him right in he wants to
give you a great big kiss.
Grieves No you duffo!
Carisin O.K. Ray, Ill tell him to forget ab about
out about the kiss.
Grieves No, no, no! Get rid of him. Tell
him hes been placed on the B team for dis disciplinary
ciplinary disciplinary actions. Do something. .
Carisin All right, hows this. Ill tell him
that his performance in the first three games
where he was statistically superior to Steve Spur Spurrier
rier Spurrier in his sophomore year has caused dissension
on the team as to wno is better and we cant
have that.
Grieves Great! Just great!
Carisin Well, thats taken care of Jackie
just went back to the hospital with a nervous
breakdown. Now what about Harmon Wages?
Grieves Who?
Carisin You know, Night Owl Wages,
our No. 1 quarterback whos really No. 2, but
for a spell was on the B team.
Grieves Tell him hes on the C team for
busting his 7:30 curfew. By the way, did you
take care of Peacock and Mclntosh?
Carisin Sure did. I nabbed Peacock for kis kissing
sing kissing a girl without getting a clearance from you,
and I told Mclntosh he was gone for saying Gosh
darn! after LSU scored their twelfth touchdown
against us.
Grieves I knew I could do it! I knew I could
make a one quarterback team like everybody elso..

SPORTS

Friday, October 27, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

Lagotics Formula Run!

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plus running over 100 miles
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iod period stands at 11-0. This season
he has defeated two of the fin finest
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In the Gators first meet he de defeated
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Last Saturday the Gator cap captain
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Boydston was an All-American at
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Lagotics victories dont come
easily; he has to work for them.
The 6-1, 165-pounder runs twice
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ternoon afternoon and runs 12-15 miles.
Cyclists Race
A bicycle race at Gainesville
Airport Sunday will provide sep sepdivisions
divisions sepdivisions for UF students, frater fraternity
nity fraternity men, and the public.

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Page 16

ty Afctrt the Alligator y told to Bob Laroe
Albert had a little trouble getting his upsets straight last week,
picking Washington over Southern Cal and not picking Oregon St.
over Purdue. Last weeks record was 19-5, the overall record is
67-20-1 for a .770 percentage.
Were picking a lot of little upsets this week, but nq shockers
until next week.
This weeks games look like this:
Florida over Vanderbilt Two touchdowns. By the way, if any anyone
one anyone needs regular tickets or a date ticket, call 378-4163 anytime.
Florida State over Miss St. The Girls are impressing every everyone
one everyone but me.
Miami over Auburn Slight upset here. The Hurricanes should
blow over everyone until they meet the Gators.
Indiana over Arizona What a surprise they are.
Arkansas over Kansas St. Who cares except Arkansas fans?
Alabama over Clemson Good upset chance. However, Alaba Alabama
ma Alabama should rebound from last weeks mess.
Washington over California lm getting sick of everyone around
here complaining about not getting enough money.
Colorado over Oklahoma St. You dont hear me complaining
about the condition of my cage. Ugh!
N.C. St. over Duke I can't figure out why they arent ranked
higher.
Georgia Tech over Tulane lf the Greenies wake up, this could
be an upset.
Georgia over Kentucky Kentucky should be in the Ivy League.
Purdue over lowa The most overrated team in the country.
Tennessee over L.S.U. Could be a good one.
Notre Dame over Michigan St. You dont hear any of the Nor Northern
thern Northern writers calling this the Super Game this year. Bleah!
Minnesota over Michigan Then there was the little boy who went
into the drug store and drank Minne Sotas.
Houston over Mississippi How did they ever lose to North Car Carolina
olina Carolina State?
Oklahoma over Missouri A toss up.
Navy over Pittsburgh Pittsburgh ought to play Wake Forest.
Then one of them might win a game.
Northwestern over Wisconsin Two more Big 10 bums.
Ohio St. over Illinois When we beat Illinois, we ruined them for
the season.
Southern Cal over Oregon About 40 points.
Rice over Texas Slight upset. The Long-grains over the Long Longhorns.
horns. Longhorns.
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UF Grids For HC

By 808 PADECKY
Alligator Sports Editor
UFs football team, pits a ver versatile
satile versatile Homecoming squad against
Vanderbilt Saturday 2 p.m. on
Florida Field in a Southeastern
Conference game.
With the nations second-best
pass defense and the SECs best
offense, the Gators are tough both
ways, in their 43rd Homecoming
contest.
Vanderbilt, 2-2 on the year,
has been the SEC doormat in past
years. But with the addition of
Bill Pace as coach last year,
the Commodores have started to
play football the SEC way.
Vandy has the best passing
attack weve seen this year,
said UF coach Ray Graves.
And its because of Pace,
hes recruited and made foot football
ball football THE game in Nashville, not
just another sport, added
Graves.
Statistics bear Graves out.
Vandy is second in the SEC in
passing. Averaging 174 yards a
game throwing, the Commodores
also possess the leagues second
leading receiver, split end Bob
Goodridge.
At 6-2, 202, Goodridge has
caught 28 passes. His reception
record is even more impressive
since he has played in just four
games. The other pass receivers
have played in five.
And most of Goodridges pas passes
ses passes have been thrown by quar quarterback
terback quarterback Roger May, who leads
the league in least passes inter intercepted,
cepted, intercepted, with one.
But May is not afraid to throw
the ball. He has passed 47 times
and completed 27 of them for
57 per cent.
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Florida, 3-1 on the year, is
second in the country in pass
defense, allowing but 69.8 yards
a game. Georgia, another SEC
club, is No. 1 with a skimpy
62.2 average.
But the Gators also can move
the ball. They are the best in
the SEC at doing it, averaging
375 yards a game.
But it was a surprise to Graves
to find out his Gators had the
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With all the problems weve
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we would be this consistent and
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When Jackie Eckdahl returns
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be at quarterback" said Graves,
I'm not moving him back to
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By STEVE HULSEY
Alligator Staff Writer
The Florida A & M band will make their first ap appearance
pearance appearance in a UF Homecoming parade today.
This is supposed to be one of the best bands in inthe
the inthe southeast, said Mike Pent, Homecoming parade
chairman.
In addition to the A & M band and UEfcs own Gator
Band, 26 high school bands will participate in the
parade. Pent said these bands, including Auburndale,
Coral Gables, and Sarasota, are known throughout
the state for their quality.
The band quality this year will be better overall
than in the past, said Pent.
UF fraternities and organizations will have 20 floats
entered in the parade, including one featuring the three

Campus Life Exhibits
To Be At Union Patio

By DIANE MIMS
Alligator Correspondent
Campus life will be exhibited
this weekend at the ground floor
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Carol Still, and Janice Biewend. The winning candi candidate
date candidate will be announced tonight at Gator Growl.
There will be 20 humor entries in the parade, plus
a stage coach from Six-Gun Territory in Ocala. The
Gainesville Model A Restoration Club will have six
antique cars in the parade.
UFs student government, in connection with Oper Operation
ation Operation Appreciation, will sponsor four wounded Viet
Nam war veterans from the U.S. Naval Hospital in
Jacksonville.
Trophies will be awarded to first and second place
winners for floats in the categories of campus or organizations,
ganizations, organizations, Orange League fraternities, Blue League
fraternities, sorority division, and humor division.
Pla ues will be presented to third place winners in

Representatives from campus
organizations will box them themselves
selves themselves in open air booths and
reveal life on campus with films,
art, models and conversation.
The best exhibits are awarded
prizes.
Coordinators of this annual
event invited campus organiza organizations
tions organizations to participate for the first
time.
Accent, Student Publications,
Inter-Fraternity Council and the
Florida Union Board are the
new organizations represented.
The following academic dis disciplines
ciplines disciplines are also exhibitors: arts
and sciences, engineering, phy physical
sical physical education and health, Air
Force and Army R.0.T.C., jour journalism
nalism journalism and com muni cations, edu education,
cation, education, agriculture, business ad administration,
ministration, administration, law, medicine, nur nursing,
sing, nursing, music, architecture and fine
arts and pharmacy.
The Florida State Museum tra traveling
veling traveling unit will be featured featureda
a featureda 40 foot house trailer.
Showcase Chairman John
Forbes, 3LW, announced that the
judging will be based on origi originality,
nality, originality, attractiveness, and ade adequate
quate adequate coverage of the represen representative
tative representative institution.
Faculty and administration will
review the programs, and give
-first, second and third places.
Booths will be open Friday
from 12 noon to 6 p.m. and
Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Friday, October 27, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

the categories of Blue League fraternities, Orange
League fraternities, and sorority division.
A large trophy will be presented for the best over overall
all overall float entry.
Honored guests in the parade will include Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of State Tom Adams, State Superintendent of
Education Floyd T. Christian, UF President Stephen
C. OConnell, Board of Regents Chairman Chester
Ferguson and UF Alumni Association President Max Maxwell
well Maxwell Wells.
The parade will step off at 1 p.m. today from the
track field at the west end of the campus and follow
Newberry Road to University Avenue. It will move east
on University to Main Street.
In keeping with the Peanuts theme, Happiness
is Being a Gator, peanuts and peanut candy will be
thrown to the crowds during the course of the parade.

I
Florida A&M Band
Featured In HC
The marchingest and playingest band in the land," from Flor Florida
ida Florida A&M University at Tallahassee, will perform in UFs Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming parade today.
The band has appeared on nation-wide television, at bowl games,
and at the NFL Championship Football Game in 1964.
It has been featured in newspapers, magazines, and on record
albums. The Marching *loo, as the band is called, has received
international acclaim for its outstanding performance.
The band is directed by Dr. William P. Foster and six assis assistant
tant assistant band directors. Foster plans and directs the bands intricate
maneuvers.
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Growl Skits Tonight

A sabotaged computer, a take-off on Pamme
Brewer, and commercials from Sin City -- these
are just a few features of the five skits that will
perform in Gator Growl tonight.
The performances will show necessary ingred ingredients
ients ingredients cited by the skit chairmen. Things like all allnighters,
nighters, allnighters, satire, long-range planning, and practice,
practice, practice. And it takes all kinds script
writers, scenery designers and painters, singers,
actors, and dancers.
In fact, Alpha Delta Pi sorority skit chairman
Marilyn Marcy said theyve been working on their
skit since school started. Their theme, Regis Registration
tration Registration is a Constipation, will be depicted in
song and a little narration, she said.
The acceptance of Broward Halls skit for Growl
marked the first time a womens dorm has per performed
formed performed in Growl. It seems pretty appropriate,
being the twentieth anniversary of women on cam campus,
pus, campus, observed Doreen Mattes, skit chairman.
Delta Chi fraternitys skit is, according to Chair Chairman
man Chairman John Mica, a soap-opera spoof titled Will

Claudius Maximus Target
Os Bar Association Skit

GAINESVILLE, Fla. (UPI)-
Claudius Maximus Kirk will
be one of the targets Saturday
when the University of Floridas
student bar association fries
state politicos and organizations
in its annual Homecoming skits.
Neither Democrats, nor Re Republicans,
publicans, Republicans, nor neutrals will be
safe when the student John
Marshall Bar Association con conducts
ducts conducts its annual show on the
front lawn of the law school.
Republican Gov. Claude Kirk,
who has been invited along with
other top state officials, will
bear the brunt of one of the
skits, set in a Julius Caesar
motif, which includes the stab stabbing
bing stabbing in the Senate scene.
President Lyndon Johnson is
the prime target for the nation national
al national skit. Entitled The 6B Con Conventions,
ventions, Conventions, it plays no favorites
between the national parties.
Sen. Robert Kennedy and Gov.
Ronald Reagan will .both get e equal
qual equal time, according to a law
school spokesman.
The 10:15 a.m. show, a law
school tradition, will follow le legal
gal legal fraternity breakfasts all over
the campus and are expected
to draw hundreds of dignitaries
and alumni.
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It follows the format of a T.V. show, complete
with commercials and news reports.
Charley Brown is a new UF student who is
taken on a campus tour by Lucy, who warns him
not to walk by the Century Tower. He refuses
to listen to l)er advice, however, and is injured
by flying bricks.
The Phi Kappa Tau theme, Happiness is Being
a Gator With a Dry Martini, uses Johnny Carsons
Tonight Show as its format.
Theres no real plot, Thomas said.ltll mainly
be interviews of guests, like Gov. Kirk and a couple
of UF students. This way, we can tie in national,
state, and campus events.
Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternitys skit is a take takeoff
off takeoff on another T.V. show, The Dating Game.
Following closely the format of the show, the skit
features a female contestant who chooses from
three male candidates a date for UFs Homecoming
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Senator, Mrs. Kennedy Featured Speakers

By CAROL SANGER
Alligator Staff Writer
The Florida Gym will be converted into a ban banquet
quet banquet hall Friday evening as the Florida Blue Key
holds its annual Homecoming smoker and dinner.
Senator Edward M. Kennedy, brother of the
late president, will be the featured speaker before
a gathering of approximately 1500 Blue Key alum alumni
ni alumni and guests.
Sen. Kennedy has not told us what he will be
speaking on as yet, said Steve Toothaker, chair chairman
man chairman of the FBK banquet. We asked him to be
our special guest early last August, and he said
he would be most happy to participate."
Kennedy will be flying into the Gainesville air airport
port airport Friday afternoon. Plans are still tentative
at this time, but Toothaker said there was a
chance Kennedy would stay for Gator Growl, fol following
lowing following the Blue Key banquet.

4,000 Expected At Barheque

More than 4,000 alumni and
their families are expected to
crowd the Florida Gymnasium
Saturday, October 28, for the an annual
nual annual Homecoming barbecue spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the UF Alumni Asso Association.
ciation. Association.
At a cost of $2.25 per person
the barbecue menu will include
sliced pit-roasted barbecued beef
and pork and Brunswick stew.
Serving will be continuous from
11 a.m. until 1 p.m.
On the agenda for entertain entertainment
ment entertainment will be the Dixieland jazz
of Dick Foxs South Street
Five. The cheerleaders will
Gator Band
Has 'Snoopy'
Show Theme
By DAVE REDDICK
Alligator Correspondent
Snoopy and the Gator Band
will be the theme Saturday as
the 200-piece band presents its
homecoming half-time show.
This is the largest Gator Band
ever said Band President, Mike
Chesser, and we feel that its
the best.
Weve been working for three
weeks on the show he said.
We think that the fans will en enjoy
joy enjoy it.
The band will do a precision
drill followed by several Snoopy
formations and aUF monogram.
Following the Alma Mater the
band will leave the field to the
tune of Dixie.
Very few people realize how
much work goes into a show that
may last only eight to ten min minutes,
utes, minutes, said Richard W. Bowles,
director of the band.
Along with the 1,500 man manhours
hours manhours put into practice, he con continued,
tinued, continued, there are countless
hours spent in writing and cata cataloguing
loguing cataloguing the music, plus a ter terrific
rific terrific amount of planning that
must be done before we can even
hit the practice field. The Gator
Band practices three afternoons
a week plus Saturdays before a
home game.
The Gator Band practices three
afternoons a week plus Saturdays
before a home game.
The band, made up of repre representatives
sentatives representatives of every college on
campus is a real amalgamation.
Along with nearly 100 fresh freshmen,
men, freshmen, said Dan Silvis, publicity
manager, we have sophomores,
juniors, seniors and even a few
graduate students.
Its not uncommon to have a
freshman elementary education
major sitting ahead of a senior
in physics.

also be on hand to spur some
of that UF spirit just before
the 2 p.m. kickoff of the UF-
Vanderbilt football battle.
In the past this event was
mainly for the Florida legislators
visiting the campus for Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming and was, in fact, called
the Legislative Barbecue. But due

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By MARGIE GROSS
Alligator Staff Writer
While her husband, Sen. Edward Kennedy, ad addresses
dresses addresses the guests at the Florida Blue Key ban banquet,
quet, banquet, Mrs. Joan Bennett Kennedy will speak to
the women attending the Mortar Board buffet din dinner.
ner. dinner.
To be held in the Banquet Room of the Reitz
Union at 5:00 this afternoon, the dinner will be
for women only and will celebrate the 20th an anniversary
niversary anniversary of co-education on the UF campus.
Issued on behalf of honored guest Mrs. Rita
OConnell, invitations include Mortar Board alum alumnae,
nae, alumnae, wives of Blue Key members, and presidents
of the womens associations on campus and the
sororities, according to Carolyn Greany and Jane
Wanlass, co-chairmen for the banquet.
A reception will be held just prior to the ban banquet
quet banquet at 4:30 in an adjacent room of the Union.

to its popularity, and convenience
in getting to the football game,
the barbecue is now officially
known as the Alumni Barbecue.
Tickets are on sale in the Al Alumni
umni Alumni Office at the Reitz Union
and will be available at the door
of the Gymnasium during the
barbecue.

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Pictured above are the chair chairmen
men chairmen of Homecoming committees.
They are, from left, first row:
Bill McCollum, genera, chair chairman;
man; chairman; Don Middlebrooks, finance;
Kathy Young, executive secre secretary;
tary; secretary; Mike Brinkley, assistant

( Les Gators Parisienne

The Reitz Union Ballroom will
be transformed into Les Gators
Parisienne Room Saturday night
as a French Revue, chorus line
included, takes over the Union
to present the universitys first
complete nightclub attraction.
Les Femmes Frivoles, pre presenting
senting presenting comedy, dance, and song,
will give performances at 9 and
11 p.m.
The programs will feature the
JMBA Skits
To Highlight
UF Reunion
By DEE DEE HORN
Alligator Staff Writer
The UF alumni association and
the John Marshall Bar Assoc Association
iation Association will present the annual
UF alumni reunion Saturday. A About
bout About 2000 alumni are expected.
Registration is from 8:30 to
10 a.m. at the College of Law.
Free coffee and doughnuts will
be served.
Alumni register at the booth
of the college from which they
graduated. A SIOO scholarship
will be awarded to the college
with the highest percentage of al alumni
umni alumni registering. The College of
Nursing has won for two con consecutive
secutive consecutive years.
Reunion activities will close
with the John Marshall Bar As Association
sociation Association (JMBA) skits. These
annual skits are the roasting
of public personalities, much like
Gator Growl.
The state skit will feature
Claudius Maximus in Talla Tallahatchie.
hatchie. Tallahatchie. The Caesar theme is
carried out to a stabbing in the
senate. But Gov. Claude Kirk will
not be alone in the no holds
barred satirical ribbing.
The Florida Education Assoc Association,
iation, Association, Sen.Verle Pope, president
of the Senate, and other state
figures will get their share.
President Johson is the prime
target for the national skit. En Entitled
titled Entitled The '6B Conventions, it
plays not favorites between the
Republican or Democratic can candidates.
didates. candidates.

THE WORKERS
general chairman; John Allison,
barbeque; Joe Mason, Gator
Growl.
Second row: Les Burke, spe special;
cial; special; Phil Burnett, sweetheart;
Ron Dykes, smoker; Mike Pent,
parade; Tom Dixon, assistant

Frivoles girls, songstress Lisa
DiMilo, the Frivoles girls, come comedian
dian comedian Phil Terry, and more of
the Frivoles girls.
The French Revue show, based
in Miami, is being brought to
the UF campus by Mens Inter Interhall
hall Interhall Council to provide enter entertainment

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Sprite, you recall, is
the soft drink that's
so tart and tingling, i
we just couldn't keep A
it quiet. I
Flip its lid and it I
really flips. 1
Bubbling, fizzing,
gurgling, hissing and
carrying on all over
the place.
An almost exces excessively
sively excessively lively drink.
Hence, to zlupf is
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What is zlupfing?

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parade.
Third row: Mike Segal, tech technical;
nical; technical; Anthony Capitano, alumni
events; Larry Mathews, assis assistant
tant assistant Gator Growl; Steve Torth Torthaker,
aker, Torthaker, banquet; Bruce Levy, pub publicity.
licity. publicity.

tainment entertainment on Saturday night for
those who will not be attending
private parties or fraternity par parties.
ties. parties.
Tickets are on sale for 50
cents per person at the Reitz
Union Box Office and at all mens
residence halls.

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Zlupfing is to drinking what
smacking one's lips is to
eating.
It's the staccato buzz you
make when draining the last few
deliciously tangy drops of
Sprite from the bottle fcith a
straw.
Zzzzzlllupf!
It's completely uncalled for.
Frowned upon in polite society.
And not appreciated on campus
either.
But. If zlupfing Sprite
is absolutely essential to your
enjoyment; if a good healthy
zlupf is your idea of heaven,
we11...a1l right.
But have a heart. With a
drink as noisy as Sprite, a
little zlupf goes a long, long
way.
SPRITE. SO TART AND
, TINGLING. WE JUST COULDN'T
KEEP IT QUIET.

Production Os Skits
Requires 10 Hours

By 808 KEHOE
Alligator Correspondent
The Gator Growl skits that
bring cheer and laughter to thou thousands
sands thousands at Florida Field are pro produced
duced produced with student ingenuity and
technical facilities at local radio
stations.
Producers of the number one
and numbe* two skits of last
year are Dennis Winslow and Tom
Talcott, WUWU disc jockeys and
former university students. Win Winslow
slow Winslow and Talcott have combined
efforts for the production of five
skits this year.
It takes anywhere from five
to 10 hours to produce a five
minute skit,* said Talcott.
One production last year took
19 hours to complete.
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Usually a few key minds in
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a contemporary issue relating to
politics or the university most
frequently.
The finished product re represents
presents represents oceans of coffee, clouds
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Alabama 21 Clemson 10 V There's more than fabric su-
Arkansas 23 Kansas state o For the first time this season the mem- 4
Auburn 17 Miami, Fia 15 ~ 0 periority in Gant. In addition,
U'DX/otai k a r~fv i Boston College 28 Maine o bers of the T P 20 came very close to needled into the waro and woof
KRYSTAL MENU U v 2A Massachusetts 20 keeping it a closed corporation. Only two ..JT
Buffalo" 1 unf? 20 Holy Cross 15 teams in last week's group failed to do flair h^ 5 th
CheeseburM,* ,7- cSfifc 2! oSm. sl,i. Z about as they were expected to do .. other- indents ttot^aie'lmThe^tf-
Cheeseburgers 17c Colorado state 15 Air Force 14 wise, the top performers fulfilled their
French Fripc ic r Cornell 23 Yale 7 ... .. . .. ference when a man wears a
rrencn tries ibc Davidson 10 Connecticut 7 obligations pretty well. Purdue took a dive Gant
f y t to ? a r 22 -M i. if from 2nd to 7th .Alabama slipped to 10th . ...
irpnvPie on,. East Carolina 20 The Citadel 14 ... .. We chose Gant because they take
ice Box Pie 20c **ei Paso 40 New MeX j CO o Michigan State, Washington, and Florida ... . .
(Whole pie) (1.00) Florida 28 Vanderbilt 1 14 moved iust outside the eroun (Florida didnt shlrt makillg seriously. They re
Florida State 21 Mississippi State 6 movea just outside tne group lorida dian t hard to Dlease Hike we are'!
Special Blend Coffee.. 10c Georgia 31 Kentucky 7 even play, but there just wasn't enough room) .. v v ... ~ }
Thick Shakes 15c Tech Z w Dartmouth 10 .. and Miami, Florida State, and Minnesota "*" [) TJTnroftll how mu oh
Coke 10c IS Arizona' Pt>i £ moved up the ladder. stows alve fbe cona?
0- ,e 10c Kansas 27 lowa state 13 While second-ranked U.C.L.A. has the day ,* e
' Chocolate 10c SE state !? miss. ,S op-rated Southern Cal should have an sUrt Tra^s
Miami (Ohio) 26 Bowling Green 13 easy day. Theyre figured to be 40 points 7T7 A drapes
Minnesota 21 Michigan 7 , and folds. All must integrate to
Navy 28 Pittsburgh 6 too potent for Oregon. . ...... ..
niinr DCCC UAajdilDPFfiC Nebraska 20 T.C.U. 7 Third-ranked Tennessee goes from the ac that viable ingredient
PURE BEEF HAMBURGERS New Mexico State 25 Louisiana Tech. 7 which gives comfort and aplomb.
(u s government inspected) North Carolina 19 wake Forest is frying pan into the fire: Alabama last week. T .. , ...
1 s wvtKNMtm insetLitu) North Carolina st. 20 Duke 8 ,- sh J7 toH T IT Qio In substance, Gant shirts are
North Texas 22 Cincinnati 7 15th-ranked L.S.U. this week. Sole possess- keved to the discerning tastes of
... 12c Northwestern 19 Wisconsin 7 i o n of first place in the Southeastern Con- k t 0 tfte discerning tastes of
Notre Dame 28 Michigan state 14 . ... .. well groomed men who appreciate
Ohio State 15 Illinois 13 ference is at stake in this big one. From T oo 110
Oklahoma 17 Missouri 7 our vantage Doint son that shakv limh that quality. These men are our cus-
Oregon State 27 Washington State 7 OU v r vania & e P< unt on tnat snaky llmD, that tomers
Parsons 21 Idaho 6 is), well Stay with the Volunteers to nip
TLa allama I |Xa Princeton 14 Pennsylvania 6 Tigers from Louisiana by five points.
InO VUIIOQO LIIO Purdue 36 lowa 6 Auburn moved from 7th into fourth place
m I II San Jose state 25 Pacific 12 in the ratings, and they may be in for big
rOOtbOll forecast ISiffiemclir -o Sn nd U o trouble against re-surging Miami, rated 17th. VHV
Stanford 15 Armv 14 Auburn is favored by just two points. sth sth/TV
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Texas aa m 21 Bavior 15 Coast challenge from Duke, but the Wolf-
Toledo Tech 17 Kent State 6 pack should handle it . North Carolina I ordered mv *6B
Ml * a n a southern Illinois n state by twelve. c r
vpi. 1 ?2 west Virginia 20 20th-ranked Mississippi might give 6th- Seminole from room
w*^ in Te,T, p? Artinmnn l ranked Houston a few fits, but the high- 330 Reitz Union
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Abilene Christian 20 Eastn New Mexico .. 6 Jus t a year ago Notre Dame and Michigan
Arkansas A& M 15 Ark. State Tchrs 14 ....
Arkansas Tech 17 Henderson 13 State were undefeated and preparing for the
mu S ifieid Peay lo west a ¥a. Tech o & me that could mean the national champ-
THE GAMES Centre 24 Wilmington 7 ionship. This year, its almost just another
rnn c pn quc Concord 45 shepherd o ball game with the two teams having five
De'ta 21 Florence io losses between them. The Bth-ranked Irish
Eastern Kentucky 28 Murray 13 .. _
T?io Emory & Henry 18 Hampden-Sydney 7 will clip the Spartans by 14 points.
Flast/Mtest 82SS : ::: IS Sr ,5 9th-rated Georgia shouid have little trouble
Auburn/Miami ZI? ZZ ll with Kentucky as the P'-edteied diitei-ence
T qi T / T Lehigh 19 Furman 6 is 24 points. And Alabama will trim Clemson A
ijo u/ i enn Lenoir-Rhyne 26 Carson-Newman 0 bv eleven Doints
Minn/Mich Martin 20 Middle Tennessee 10 oy eleven points.
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