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The Great Pumpkin Arrives / Tonight

By JANIE GOULD
Alligator Staff Writer
r
The second floor of the Reitz Union will be haunted
Halloween syle with black lights, wierd music, and
the movie Dracula, a 1939 vintage" film created
by Bela Lugosi.
The movie, which will run at 7,9, and 11 p.m.
will feature refreshments and prizes for people in
costumes. Admission is 35 cents for students and
children.
The spirit of modern Halloween -- the Great
Pumpkin has its roots in the turnip. In an ancient
cient ancient Scotland, children used to make jack-o jack-o-lanterns
lanterns jack-o-lanterns out of large turnips with candles.
Trick or treating is nothing new, either. For
Irish peasants of old, happiness was walking from
house to house begging money for fatted calves for
the holiday.
Contrary to popular belief, Halloween is far older
than Christianity. The holiday originated with English

Weather
Scattered Showers
High 75-80
Low In The 60's

Vol. 60, No. 26

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BACK TO THE GRIND
UF students returned to the grind of classes
and studying yesterday after an exciting Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming week-end. This student concentrates
in Little Hall.
Bickering Must End,
Union Board Told
By ALLEN COWAN
Alligator Staff Writer
George Stuart, a member of the newly-created Florida Union
Evaluation Committee said Monday that the committee could never
accomplish anything as long as there is bickering and quarreling.
Speaking to a Florida Union Board meeting Monday afternoon,
Stuart advised the board, As long as we have continual articles
about misbehavior, the committee wont be able to function as it
should.
I urge you to take your lead on the committee from Bill Lassiter,
Stuart told the Board. Dont believe anything anybody says except
Lassiter.
Stuart said recent Alligator stories about the InwMftigative
body were full of errors, and that he didnt understand how the Alli Alligator
gator Alligator could continue its inaccurate reporting for so long.
(SEE BOARD PAGE 2)

r The
Florida Alligator

Druids, who celebrated the festival of their sun
god on Oct. 31. They thought the god of death de decided
cided decided on that day what animal condemned souls
would enter. They worshipped cats because they
thought they were condemned humans.
Witches were believed most likely to prowl on
Halloween. Belief in witches was common in Bib Biblical
lical Biblical times, as well as among Egyptians, Romans,
American Indians, and colonial Americans.
In Toulouse, France, the hysteria was such that
400 witches were executed at a single time. In
the American colonies, witches were believed to
make wax statues of victims and stick pins in them.
Even today, in eastern Pennsylvania, the belief
survives. Magic signs on barns are supposedly
ornamental, but there have been reports of mur murders
ders murders there by bewitched men.
However, for the most part, belief in witches
has been replaced by affection for the Great Pump Pumpkin.
kin. Pumpkin.

THE SOUTHEASTS LEADING COLLEGE DAILY

University of Florida, Gainesville

Appeal System Urged
By Honor Court Head

By FRED MCNEESE
Alligator Staff Writer
Honor Court Chancellor David
Welch announced Tuesday his
office has recommended the for formation
mation formation of a student appellate
court to Dr. J.D. Butterworth,
chairman of the student conduct
committee.
If the recommendation is ac accepted,
cepted, accepted, a student convicted in the
Honor Court will have the op opportunity
portunity opportunity to appeal the verdict.
The court would have no jur jurisdiction
isdiction jurisdiction over decisions of the
student conduct committee.
Butterworth said Tuesday night
he was n ot sure of the exact
procedure to put the court sys system
tem system into effect.
Welch said three cases areal arealready
ready arealready up for appeal. Final de decisions
cisions decisions on the appellate court
should be forthcoming within two
weeks.
It would really be a great
stride forward, Welch ob observed.
served. observed. Im the first to admit
that the Honor Court makes mis mistakes.
takes. mistakes. The defendent should have
the right of appeal.
Welch stated there is really
no present form of appeal. Al Although
though Although former UF constitutions
provided that cases could be ap appealed
pealed appealed to the faculty discipline
committee, the present consti constitution
tution constitution does not.
Welch noted that the present
student constitution provides for
appeal of cases to the disci discipline
pline discipline committee but does not pro provide
vide provide any procedural guidelines.
It has never been decided if the
com mittee should hear the entire
case, change the penalty, or send
the case back to the Honor Court.
There have been only three
cases ever appealed to the com committee,
mittee, committee, Welch said and these
have only been concerned with
the penalty imposed.
The proposed court would be
a subcommittee of the recently
appointed Student Conduct Com Committee
mittee Committee and would be named the
Student Appeal Board.

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The court would consist of
three members. The chairman
of the student conduct commit committee
tee committee would act as the chief jus justice.
tice. justice. Other judges would be a
faculty member of the law school
and a law student.
Welch said that because the
court would hear only legal ques questions,
tions, questions, it should be composed of
people with legal training. The

An Ineffective
Honor System?

By FRED NCNEESE
Alligator Staff Writer
(EDITORS NOTE: This is the
first of a four-part series about
the UF Honor Court. McNeese
discusses the problems, criti criticisms,
cisms, criticisms, and strongpoints of the
present court.)
The entering Florida student
is first introduced to the Honor
System during orientation. All
freshmen are given a booklet
citing it as Floridas most cher cherished
ished cherished tradition. It is one of the
few times they will hear of the
system in their college careers.
The Honor System, stated
simply, depends on the indivi individual's
dual's individual's honor to prevent him from
cashing bad checks, stealing or
cheating. It also requires him to
report all persons violating the
system.
A person reported to the court
is given an opportunity to plead
guilty or not guilty. If he pleads
guilty, the penalty is assigned
by Chancellor David Welch and
two justices. If he pleads not
guilty, he is defended by a mem member
ber member of tike court defense staff.
His case is prosecuted by the
attorney generals staff which
represents the student body. He

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Football Team Injuries
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See Details, Page 11

Tuesday, October 31, 1967

Honor Court wants to work with within
in within the already existing frame framework
work framework of the Student Conduct Com Committee,
mittee, Committee, Welch declared.
Under the proposed procedure
for the appellate court, the de defendant
fendant defendant would have 48 hours af after
ter after the judgement to file an ap appeal
peal appeal with the Clerk of the Honor
Court.

is tried by a jury of six stu students.
dents. students. His case is always con confidential.
fidential. confidential.
Does it work? Depends on who
is asked. Dr. Frank T. Adams,
dean of men, doubted the ef efficiency
ficiency efficiency of the system. Dr. Les Les(SEE
(SEE Les(SEE HONOR PAGE 2)
Council Meet
Student Body President
Charles Shepherd will give
his semi-annual State of the
Campus addresS tonight at the
Legislative Council meeting,
at 9 o'clock
The meeting, in room 349
of the Reitz Union, will be
preceded by party caucuses at
8:30. United will meet in room
349, and First will meet in
SG offices.
Group pictures of the coun council
cil council for the Seminole will be
taken at the beginning of the
meeting.
Shepherd will then deliver
his speech. The meeting will
be followed by a reception for
council members in rooms
121, 122, and 123 of the union.



Page 2

, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, October 31, 1967

Bulletin News
State, National, International News
Rejected Lover Kills Self
CLEVELAND (UPI) A twice-rejected suitor, who felt "there
was no reason to go on living," Monday shot and wounded a teen teenaged
aged teenaged bride he held hostage in his attic bedroom far two terror terrorfilled
filled terrorfilled days and then killed himself with a bullet in the heart.
Although shot in the chest, the girl, Mrs. Lida Caldwell, 19, was
expected to live, a spokesman at Doctors Hospital said. She under underwent
went underwent "exploratory" surgery.
"Her condition is guarded but not critical. We feel she will
pull through," the spokesman said of the dark-haired, brown-eyed
girl, who was abducted only hours after her marriage Saturday to
an 18-year-old youth.
95 Cong Die In Assault
SAIGON (UPI) American infantrymen Monday caught up with
guerrillas who overran and hoisted the Viet Cong flag over a U.S.
advisers camp and killed about 95 of the Communists in heavy fight fighting
ing fighting near the Cambodian border.
Military spokesmen said two companies of the Ist Infantry Division
closed a ring of fire around the fleeing guerrillas and then called
in air strikes.
The planes roared in at tree top level and hit the trapped Communists
with napalm and anti-personnel bombs which explode into thousands
of jagged fragments.
Tornadoes Hit Mississippi
GULFPORT, Miss. (UPI) Tornadoes striking silently from the
sea "sliced like a knife" across the Mississippi Gulf Coast Mon Monday,
day, Monday, killing at least four persons.
The Highway Patrol said "some persons" were missing and es estimates
timates estimates of the injured ranged up to 200. At least three tornadoes
raked the resort beaches from Gulfport to Biloxi.
Most of the damage and the injuries were in the Handsboro-Miss Handsboro-Mississippi
issippi Handsboro-Mississippi City area just outside Gulfport. Two small tornadoes struck
Biloxi.
Torrential rains that may have masked the onrush of the torna tornadoes
does tornadoes dumped up to eight inches of water on the coast in a few hours.
Water gushed over curbs and into stores in towns along the beach
and stranded cars virtually blocking U.S. 90, the coastal highway.
Board Appoints
Committee Heads
In other action, the Board approved five new committee chairmen.
Bill Levins replaced Bob Beck as chairman of the public relations
committee. Beck had been interim chairman for three weeks.
Ed Koren, vice president of the Board said, "We felt that Levins
could work better with the other board members than could Beck."
Os the seven members voting on the appointments, only five
were present when Beck was replaced. Koren wouldnt discuss the
vote saying, "It is a decision of the directorate. We agreed not to
discuss the vote."
The other four committee head appointments were: Steve Miller,
films, Kathy Ditmar, orange and blue; Ted Rimley, fine arts; Diana
Leach, hostess.
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Honor Court Has
Many Shortcomings

tr6m page one
ter Hale, vice president for aca academic
demic academic affairs, stated the system
worked but "left much to be de desired."
sired." desired." Law Professor Vernon
W. Clark declared emphatically
the system does work.
People familiar with the Honor
System agree that one of its
more serious faults is the lack
of communication between stu students
dents students and the Honor Court.
"I believe communication is
the most important problem we
now face," Welch stated. "We
have got to get students inter interested
ested interested in the system."
Welch, attempting to go beyond
the usual orientation introduc introduction
tion introduction is sending court members
to speak to various campus or organizations.
ganizations. organizations.
Clark and three ex-chancel ex-chancellors,
lors, ex-chancellors, in a paper directed only
to the law school, maintained
that the court could do more than
just meet with select groups.
They suggested that court re representatives
presentatives representatives should speak brief briefly
ly briefly to all law classes before ex examinations.
aminations. examinations.
Clark said the court members
couldnt possibly meet with all
students but some similar plan
might be used campus wide.
Another serious problem of
the Honor System is convincing
students to report honor viola violations.

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tions. violations. Most students interviewed
said they had never turned anyone
into the court and did not think
they ever would.
Hale, summing up the problem,
said any code dependent upon the
attitude of students is going to
be only as strong as the honor
of the individual student.
Hale stated the present col college
lege college generation has grown up
with the idea that you dont tell
on people. Adams said it is not
the good old American way
to turn in someone. People then
come to college, and they are
honor bound to report all vio violations
lations violations they see. Hale said the
mind-your-own-business atti attitude
tude attitude is not easily replaced.
What can be done about this
attitude? Hale, in the Honor Court
booklet, said that students had
to become convinced that the
Honor System was important to
their own well-being.
5-
To be dishonest in order to
obtain a grade advantage would
be to cheat yourself not only of
an authentic education but to
cheat your generation of the honor
and integrity that is so inher inherently
ently inherently revelant to peaceful and
successful interpersonal rela relationships,
tionships, relationships, Hale stated.
If you were to tell it like it
is, you could expose much aca academic
demic academic dishonesty on this as on
all campuses today with or with without
out without Honor Systems, he conclu concluded.
ded. concluded.

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ME) (AIME) will hold an open house
meeting tonight at 7:30 in room
273 of the Engineering Build Building.
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Anyone interested in finding
out more on the subject of
metallurgy is urged to attend.
Dr. Rhines, chairman of the
metallurgy department, will
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Student Regulations Head
Presidents Retreat Plans

By KATHIE KEIM
Alligator Staff Writer
Implementation of new student regulations, teacher
evaluation, and narcotics will be three main topics of
discussion at the ninth annual Presidents Retreat to
be held Nov. 4-5 at Silver Springs.
Jointly sponsored by the president of the student
body and the president of the university, the retreat
brings student and faculty leaders together to dis discuss
cuss discuss problems facing the UF campus.
Invitations to the retreat were sent out last week
to administrators, faculty members, and students in
various areas of campus leadership.
A ratio of two students to every one member of
the administration and faculty was maintained when
the invitation lists were prepared by the two presi presidents.
dents. presidents.
The invited students and faculty members are those
who are considered to be in contact and involved
with student problems that are vital at this time.
The retreat will begin Saturday morning, Nov. 4,
with a welcome from the two presidents, Student
President Charles Shepherd and UF Presi President
dent President Stephen OConnell.
A panel discussion of implementation of the new
Code of Student Conduct and other revised student
regulations will follow. Florida Blue Key President

$30,000 In Silverware Missing

By JANE STECHER
Alligator Correspondent
Food service is missing
$30,000 worth of forks, spoons,
knives, plates and glasses.
This was the amount of lost
eating utensils replaced last
year by UF Food Service, Rob Robert
ert Robert Overton, director, said Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday.
Some items were broken, but
others were taken from cafeter cafeterias
ias cafeterias and never returned,'* Over Overton
ton Overton said.
At fault in part, Overton be believes,
lieves, believes, are students who bor borrow
row borrow dishes and silverware from
campus cafeterias and then for forget
get forget to return them.*
Early this quarter, silverware
began to disappear again and
Overton met with dormitory food
committees in hopes of stopping
the leak.** He now feels the
problem is corrected.
Overton said that if the prob problem

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lem problem should become as bad this
fall as it was last spring, the
burden of buying more dishes
and stainless steel eating ware
might fall on the student.
We would have to offset our
losses with corresponding in increases
creases increases in food prices, Overton
explained.
However, no such price hikes
are planned at present.
Overton credited dormitory
food com mittees with helping stop
the drain on eating wares and
suggesting improvements that
were followed through by food
service.
When we took over in July,
1966, there was little commu communication
nication communication between students and
food service,* Overton said.
Food committees have pro provided
vided provided this contact with our cus customers
tomers customers that was needed, he
added.
Among improvements sugges suggested
ted suggested by the committees last spring

Charles Edwards will preside.
This discussion will be followed by a program on
the SG teacher evaluation, led by Bob Imholte.
Shepherd and OConnell will deliver State of the
University addresses that night. This will be pre preceeded
ceeded preceeded by a dinner hosted by SG in honor of Presi President
dent President and Mrs. O'Connell.
A general discussion led by Jim Valentine, stu student
dent student body vice president, will cover problems such
Js parking, academics and counseling, and regis registration.
tration. registration. Other topics for discussion at this time are
Camp Wauburg and the UF-Miami football game
conflict.
The retreat will end with a forum on narcotics.
Leaders of the forum will be Dr. Edwin A. Larson,
assistant professor of psychiatry, and Dr. Vincent
F. OConnell, a psychologist with the student health
office.
This years retreat, according to Dr. Lester L.
Hale, vice president for student affairs and co-or co-ordlnator
dlnator co-ordlnator for the retreat, is being held later in the
year than past retreats.
When we were under the semester system, we
held it the weekend before orientation, and then under
the trimester system we waited until the first free
weekend, said Hale.
But this year, we not only started later because
of the quarter system, but we also waited until
President OConnell came to resume his duties.

and approved by food service
were daily specials, more va variety
riety variety in entrees and upgraded
quality of hamburgers.
Food committees meet per periodically
iodically periodically with Overton or when whenever
ever whenever a need arises.
Overton added that his office
would always be open to any
individual having a legitimate
complaint or suggestion.
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35-Year Employee Retires

The chief telephone oper operator
ator operator for UF retired recently,
after 35 years of service,
from what she called tele telephone
phone telephone operator's fatigue.
Mrs. Billie LaMontagne,
who came to work for the
university in 1931, recalls
the days when the university
was all male and students
worked as operators to put
themselves through school.
As for future plans, she
candidly remarked that she
plans to travel all over
Gainesville and find out what
some of the stores look like
on the inside. Other plans
include a trip to Nassau over
Thanksgiving and possible
more travel.
I've made many friends
in Gainesville I wouldnt have
made otherwise, said Mrs.
LaMontagne, and I really*
hate to leave.

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I, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, October 31, 1967

Page 4

International
Affairs Expert
To Talk Here
Roger Hilsman, a leading au authority
thority authority on foreign affairs and
international politics, will speak
Wednesday on American foreign
policy past, present, and fu future.
ture. future.
Hilsman, a past director of the
UJS. Bureau of Intelligence and
former assistant secretary of
state for far Eastern affairs,
is presently professor of govern government
ment government at Columbia University.
His talk is being sponsored
by the forums committee of the
Union Board for Student Acti Activities.
vities. Activities.
Tickets for the program, sche scheduled
duled scheduled for 8 p.m. in the Reitz
Union auditorium, are 75 cents
for students and faculty and staff
members, and $1 for the general
public.
Also scheduled by the Forums
Committee is a program fea featuring
turing featuring famed pop artist Andy
Warhol on Nov. 8.
Warhol, noted for his paint paintings
ings paintings of Campbells soup cans,
Marilyn Monroe tabloids, and
American ways of dying, will
highlight his lecture by using
films of his pop art factory at
work.
Charter Filing
Due Wednesday
Any organization expecting to
receive any money from Student
Government, from the budget or
special request allocations, must
have its charter, constitution and
by-laws filed with the UF Stu Student
dent Student Government Office on the
third floor of the Reitz Union
by Wednesday.
Any organization that fails to
file this information by the re required
quired required date will be informed
that no funds will be expended
from its account until the infor information
mation information has been received.

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Low, Survey Shows
Results of an Alligator survey on the proposed teach-in on the
educational structure of Florida reveal that only 5.4 per cent of the
student body cross section surveyed attended a third period class
Monday, Oct. 23, which had a teach-in.
The objective of the proposed teach-in by the Alligator, as stated
in the survey, was to provide comprehensive information about
the ideal relationship between the governor of Florida and the Board
of Regents and to compare that relationship with what is actually
in practice so that students and faculty will better understand what
abuses of that relationship will justify an action such as a general
strike of classes.
Those persons who attended a third period teach-in class said
that the discussion effected no change in their understanding of the
political relationship between the office of the governor and the
Board of Regents.
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feet in the form of a check
payable to the Sunland Training

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The sum was S3OO.
John Bodziak, president of
Sigma Nu, said the idea of giving
a gift was part of a trend to
be different and that house decor decorations
ations decorations were useless, and the
pressures of the quarter system
are toe great to devote so much
time to making the house look
good.
The check was presented Sat Saturday
urday Saturday at noon to Dan McKinnon,
director of the school. The funds
will be used to provide shelter
for the livestock at Sunland.



CAMPUS CORRAL

Tuesday, October 31, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

By LORI STEELE
Alligator Campus Living Editor
Ready for Part 2, Unhappiness is a Hangunder or Oh Dear
Lord, Another Week is Upon Us? At any rate, there are only
four weeks left (bleah) ....
Beta Theta Pi
Betas really have a lot this time in new pledges, officers,initi officers,initiates,
ates, officers,initiates, and daughters (something akin to the traditional little sisters
but of more benefit to the girls, according to the Betas) ....
With pledge officers of Eddy Winoker, president; Pete Bachelor,
vice-president; A1 Zimmermann, secretary; and Bill Kosska, head
waiter; the new Beta pledge class contains:
Pete Bachelor, Chappy Bean, Steve Ebert, Chip Elliott, Pete
Dimock, Dave Field, Mike Griffiths, Joe Hembree, Steve Joyner,
David Krusing, Wayne Lackey, Ken Mahaffeey, Pat McMillan, Pete
Oakley, Don Perrin, John Scafuti, Bob Swope, Eddy Winoker, Bruce
Yoxhail, A1 Zimmermann, Tex Wooters, Dave Tuthill, Jeff David,
Jeff Lahna, Tommy Thomas, Bill Koscka, and Remke Swann.
New initiated men are:
Jim Bradbury, Greg Buck, Pete Connelly, Jon Erickson, Jim
Griner, Chris Hall, Charlie Holt, Mike Hartmann, Larry Klimas,
Sam Lyons, John Messing, Alex Nicholas, Lance Novak, Ken Peeples,
George Pringle, Rick Prose, Paul Richards and Hank Salzler.
And, to add whipped cream to the topping, the seven new Daughters
of the Dragon are the following: ___
Joyce Clark, Dee Combs, Kathy Corrigan, Cathy Jones, Cindy
Miller, Marilyn Price, and Anne Tilton.
Phi Kappa Tau
In the way of Phi Taus, they have these pledges and pledge class
officers for the 34 strong:
Carlos Consuegra, John Cosgrave, Daniel Fernandez, Wendell
George, Randy Green (president), Jerry Gross, Allen Hamilton, Wally
Hardenstein, Jay Heckler, Scott Hutchinns, Steve Infinger, Dale Jor Jordan,
dan, Jordan, Tom Korge, David Lampp, Mike Leek, Mike Leslie, Dave Long Longnecker,
necker, Longnecker, Ted McKercher, Mark Michin (vice-president), John Mims.
Gordon Price, Glenn Roberson, Ed Reed (treasurer), Joe Scar Scarboro,
boro, Scarboro, Terry Seaton, Dave Simmon, David Story (social chairman),
Luis Swarez, Richard Torres, Mark Van Ness, Rod Walker, Chuck
Wray (chaplain), Don Wyatt, and Fred Bozard (secretary).
Turning to sorority news for a brief review of goings on in the
last couple of weeks.
Phi Mu
Most recent news submitted by the Phi Mus concerns the follow following
ing following pledges:
Susan Roberts, Patrise French, Jo Ann Kovolski, Lynn Ward,
Carol Carswell, Denise Valiente, Karleen Healy, Karin Smith, Mary
Ellen Minthorm, Shirley Starling, Jo Ann Pudney, Brenna Gibson,
Gayle Tippens, Joyce Peifer, Eileen McMahon, Pam Phelps, Judy
Karns, Betty Sue Hicks, Sherrie Baston, Jane McCrillus, Mary Jill
Lockwood, Ann Willey, and Lou Willey.
Tau Beta Sigma
Short and brief is this Tau Beta pledge class of five and its officers,
all interested in the musical tie that binds:

Barbara Abersold (president),
Eslene Froehlich, Cathe Rising,
Lori Steele, and Anne Towers
(secretary-treasurer).
Theta Sigma Phi
A professional journalism so sorority,
rority, sorority, Theta Sig recently pled pledged
ged pledged 11 new women:
Cathanne Bond, Kathi Blaney,
Lorraine Johnson, Lynn Klein,
Anne Medlin, Anne Morton, Mary
Norman, Ana Nusom, Larrie Si Sikorski,
korski, Sikorski, Lorraine Ward, and Jean Jeanette
ette Jeanette Weckerle.
This years new officers in include:
clude: include:
Grace Spiller, president; Jean
Hoehn, vice-president; Diane De Devine,
vine, Devine, secretary; and Cheri Wax,
treasurer.
Requirements for Theta Sig
are a 2.6 professional grade
average in journalism and a 2.5
over-all average.
Zeta Tau Alpha
Rounding up the column are the
Zetas.
In informal rushing, the follow following
ing following four were pledged:
Lauren Lucas, Janie Romita,
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r Little Sisters Storm
Males Last Stronghold

By BUNNY FRYE
Alligator Correspondent
This is a mans world goes
the song. Sing it while you can,
men, because time is running
out. Not only do women vote,
smoke, drink, wear pants, and
hold office, but they have stormed
the last stronghold of mascu masculinity,
linity, masculinity, the fraternity.
Women now participate in fra fraternity
ternity fraternity rush and join affiliated
organizations as little sisters.
The idea has spread quickly and
little sister organizations
have sprung up on campuses
across the nation.
Now thousands of girls make
picnic lunches for their big
brothers, visit them for dinner
once a week, assist the men
with community goodwill pro projects,
jects, projects, turn out to cheer at intra intramurals,
murals, intramurals, lose food fights, and
serve as valuable assets for
pledging up new brothers.
The relationship is not always
platonic and many a
sister team has ended as a hus husband-wife
band-wife husband-wife duo.
Eight UF fraternities (AEPi,
A TO, Delt, Kappa Sig, Lambda
Chi, Phi Tau, Pike and SAE)
have little sister organiza organizations.
tions. organizations. Each group has about 20
active members. Most of the
160 women initiated each year
are beauty queens, campus lead leaders
ers leaders and sorority women.
Fraternities which use their
little sister groups as status
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cial social ties with sororities and re refuse
fuse refuse to pledge independents.
Women have caused brotherly
quarrels throughout history and
little sisters are no exception.
Arguments over little sisters
often divide houses into factions.
One local fraternity man, Mike
Mahoney, president of Phi Kappa
Tau, worries that his house is
turning into a sorority. He
feels that brothers should spend
their time practicing for intra intramurals
murals intramurals instead of coaching the
little sisters' for the Powder
Puff football games. Other bro brothers
thers brothers are violently opposed to
any decrease in little sister
activities. #
The brotherly ties of another
fraternity, Delta Tau Delta, were
similarly strained last year when
each member was individually
assessed for the cost of the
little sister pins. If only
they didnt eat so much! la lamented
mented lamented a brother.

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little sister picks another girls
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ther brother into relinquishing his escort
duties to one of the other men.
Women have insured their tri triumph
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idents, presidents, and holding weekly meet meetings
ings meetings to discuss big brother re relations.
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Tb* Florida Alligator's official position on Issues la 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.

Intern Dilemma

The Alligator reported
Wednesday at least 100
education majors will have
their graduations delayed
because they have to wait
a quarter before they can
intern. The reason for
this?
The legislature failed to
appropriate money to hire
enough faculty supervisors
for the interns. So, these
future teachers are being
forced to sit out an extra
term at the UF, while per personal
sonal personal plans go afoul.
Os course, the real sign significance
ificance significance of this problem is
how it will affect Floridas
teacher shortage. Dean B.
L. Sharp, of Education Un Undergraduate
dergraduate Undergraduate Counseling,
told the Alligator Thursday
that of the 8,000 new teach teaching
ing teaching positions needed in Flo Florida
rida Florida every year, only 2,400
are actually filled by gra graduates
duates graduates of Florida colleges.
The remainder come from
other states. When you
have to hire 5,000 teachers
from out-of-state, Sharp
said, you cant be too
choosy.
Its no wonder that there
arent enough teachers. It
just doesnt make sense
that willing students are

OPEN FORUM:
Tacit Journalism
*v
MR. EDITOR:
Recently, and for want of better Infor Information,
mation, Information, I directed a note to your desk
expressing surprise that Messrs. Skelley
and Takehara were not mentioned in one
Denise OConnell's review of the 1967
Art Faculty Exhibit. In the meanwhile,
what with my having read most of the
back-issues of the fall-quarter Alligator,
I have come to the conclusion that Messrs.
Skelley and Takehara were Indeed honored
more In the proverbial breach than they
would have been In the hackneyed obser observance.
vance. observance.
Thank you for your tacit concurrence
that the only way to run a newspaper
Is impersonally!
DAVID DUKE

The
Florida Alligator
To Let The People Know
Steve Hull
Editor

Harvey Alper
Managing Editor
Harold Aldrich
News Editor

Harold Kennedy
Executive Editor
Bob Padecky
<,
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being held back from fill filling
ing filling Floridas teacher gap.
And the situation could get
worse before it gets better.
If we dont get the mon money
ey money we need, Sharp said,
there could be 150 stu students
dents students in the same boat in
January, and 300 in Sep September.
tember. September. This is just a drop
in the bucket.
Vice-President of Aca Academic
demic Academic Affairs Robert B.
Mautz told the Alligator
the UF Budget Committee
set the College of Educat Educations
ions Educations expense budget at
$166,414. The state legis legislature
lature legislature appropriated $77,
500. The Budget Committee
allowed for an increase of
39 faculty members. The
legislature set the number
at 16. The UFs presidents
staff will be working close closely
ly closely with Gov. Claude Kirks
Commission on Quality
Education. They expect to
have a report ready before
Christmas, in time for the
special session of the leg legislature.
islature. legislature.
The Alligator urges the
commission and legis legislature
lature legislature to give special at attention
tention attention to this problem and
find away to accomodate
the students who want to
intern and teach.

Fix Or Remove
MR. EDITOR:
In less than two weeks, I have lost
sixty cents (in the Tolbert Area) to the
machines of the Pepsi-Cola Company.
I have noticed that these machines are
not cleaned or serviced periodically. It
seems that this company does not care
whether the machines work or not, but
as a student, I wish they would either
fix these machines or remove them.
It would be good if the students that are
conscientious, stood up and told these
companies of their miserable upkeep of
their property. These companies are making
money from these machines and they should
realize it is their duty to make sure of
their upkeep and the sanitation of the
machines.
WILLIAM JENNINGS lUC

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===== BY HARVEY ALPER

Today is the 2,000,000th anniversary of
the great pumpkin rising.
In our time this event is celebrated
as Halloween.
Mostly people give candy to kids on
Halloween. Some people give kids poison
candy or that orange stuff that is called
candy corn" or something but as any
self-respecting kid knows, candy corn
is poison too.
Now, in my time, Ive seen about 20
Halloweens and each of them has become
worse and worse.
Part of this can, undoubtedly, be at attributed
tributed attributed to the fact that Ive grown older
and you can always outgrow Halloween.
But aside from that Ive noticed that
candy you get on your trick-or-treating
rounds just isnt what it used to be.
When I started out, as a kid, people
used to give you stuff you could eat
like chocolate.
Today adults are careful to avoid the
chocolate mess and cavities and dirty
faces. So there are no more lumps of
good chocolate, no more candy apples and
no more sticky bags of popcorn with a
candy coating.
Instead kids are getting raisins (yes,
raisins in those crumby little five cent
boxes) and plain apples.
Ugh!
Well, let me tell you something. Smart
kids wont stand for this crud.
When I was a kid, back in the good
old days in good old Brooklyn, we had
away of dealing with mean old ladies
who cared about our teeth and our health
mean old ladies who didnt understand
how much fun it is for a kid to get sick

Alligator Staff
The Florida Alligator is a student newspaper-
LORI STEELE RITCHIE TIDWELL JOE TORCHA
Campus Livii Editor City Editor Feature Editor

on a lot of junk.
What we did, and I guess I better tell
all you southern kids so you can do it
too, was to take several sticks of pastel
chalk (different colors) and grind them
up.
Then we took the chalk powder and put
it in an old sock which we tied closed.
When some mean old lady came along,
who just happened to be mean enough to
give away raisins or apples, we had a
means of attack. And, let us not forget
that trick-or-treat means just that. If
you dont get a treat you should deliver
a trick.
But, back to the pastel chalk.
We took this chalk, which was an abom abominable
inable abominable color from all the grinding and
mixing, and swung the sock full of it
against front doors and walls. This in insured
sured insured that an indeliable, and almost bib biblical,
lical, biblical, mark remained on the house. Usu Usually
ally Usually until next Halloween.
One such mark prompted other kids to
not bother knocking on front doors in
search of useless apples.
They simply followed predecessors and
blasted the houses with pastel and sock.
Os course, back in Brooklyn where things
sometimes get vicious, we had other more
severe methods of dealing with Halloween
party poopers.
This type of treatment was reserved
for people who didnt even offer an apple
or a box of raisins.
They got the ultimate mark.
We threw a brick through their front
window.
When youre a kid thats very funny.
It also gets results the next year.



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By MACK ECRIS
Alligator Reviewer
The story opens with Marvin having been double-crossed, shot
and left for dead on Alcatraz by his wife and best friend. After
reviving and swimming to the mainland, Marvin terrorizes The Or Organization
ganization Organization until he gets his money. The fierce little crusade involves
the death of wife, best friend, and a number of bunglers in The Or Organization.
ganization. Organization.
Point Blank (at the Center) pits Lee Marvin against The Or Organization,
ganization, Organization, one honest crook trying to recover from organized crime
the $93,000 he thinks is owing to him. Marvin again proves that he
can be a brutally tough customer, but the movie is not a very good
one.
It also features such relative novelties as Marvins very clearly
photographed punch to the groin of an enemy, and his utilization
of Angie Dickinson to seduce best friend so that Marvin can grab
him naked from bed and throw him off his penthouse balcony. That
last may be one of the oldest tricks in the book, but you seldom see
it in a movie.
Point Blank is pointless for a number of reasons. The $93,000
wasnt Marvins in the first place, and The Organization doesnt
really owe it to him either. And what will Marvin do with the money
once he gets it?
Director John Boormah gives him no frame of reference outside
the blind determination to get the money. So the plot hurtles along
without much rhyme or reason, dependent solely on Marvins per performance
formance performance as a man who has to keep fighting, keep fighting without
understanding.
Marvins response to this direction a reaction of basic brut brutality
ality brutality is excellent. His bare, lonely, savage world of concrete
and steel is our world; his alienation from it and perhaps his reactidn
to it are ours too. The success of this performance and the structure
Boorman has put it in generate whatever success Point Blank
achieves.
In creating the context for Marvin's vendetta, the blank violence,
Boorman has sacrificed too many of the details that create a full
character and a live plot. There, are countless unexplained and un unlikely
likely unlikely developments, disconnected flashbacks, unanswered questions.
Not only does one not understand why Marvin continues on his crusade,
but one cannot understand how he succeeds. The Organization begins
to look like a fall guy for Marvins series of beatings and killings.
The failure of the film as a whole is due to Boormans plot, which
just doesnt make sense. Not that anybody demands that a movie
make sense anymore, but in a story of character against environment
one does require that the character be recognizable in a few details;
in a story of betrayal and revenge, one does require some insight
into hows and whys. Animal savagery is not enough.
In a word, the pointless mission becomes a structure designed
to show off Marvins savagery. The movie becomes a blank exposition
of violence which is its own excuse and the camera simply
moves from killing to killing. Which is boring.
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By JANET SIZEMORE
Alligator Feature Writer
Carol Elizabeth Still, UFsnew
Homecoming Sweetheart from
Panama City, is a 2UC majoring
in English, and isnt quite sure
what she plans to do after grad graduation.
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Miss Still currently holds the
title of Miss Long Beach Resort
and participated last year in the
Miss University of Florida Con Contest
test Contest and the Junior Miss Pageant
in Panama City.
Her hobbies include music (she
plays the piano, and ukulele),
water sports (swimming and
skiing), tennis, sewing, and read reading.
ing. reading. She particularly enjoys read reading
ing reading novels and lists Ayn Rand
among her favorites.
Asked what she looks for in
a member of the opposite sex,

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Alligator Correspondent
There is a possibility of an
increase in cases of Asiatic flu
this year according to Dr. W.
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We hope there wont be any
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kind and considerate, not only to
me but to other people as well.
I think the most important qual quality
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In answer to the question,
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but I also like to be alone at
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Coggins said. We are recom recommending
mending recommending the shot for students
who have an underlying chronic
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reviews movie

By NICK TATRO
Alligator Staff Reviewer
It's hard to walk any streetyet alone Dublin's in the late nine nineteenth
teenth nineteenth centurywithout getting a gut-full of human brutality.
Ulysses," the movie adapted from the fiction of James Joyce,
is the account of human sensitivity beaten into a corner by animalism.
Milo OShea plays Leopold Bloom, an artistic Jew, one of the
anti-heroes of this film who has been emasculated by the death of
his son. But while he can perceive callousness in others, he un unwittingly
wittingly unwittingly indulges in it himself.
He and Dedalus (Maurice Roeves) form an alliance based on
their anger with the Universal Absence and the man-created sacred
cows. They both are free thinkers who believe man's dependence
on the omnipotent has caused dogmatism, racism, hedonism and the
rest of the barriers to human communication and feeling.
Molly Bloom, played by Barbara Jefford, is a purely sensual
creature who lives almost entirely by her basic motivations; yet,
in a sense, she is the least corrupted.
Her monologue (kept 100% in tact from the book) is the artistic
masterpiece of the movie. It is a philosophical treatise on sex
delivered by an illiterate, primitive Irish girl. The movie gives
this particular scene more reality than the written word. Recurring
motifs are captured visually with flashback photography.
While the monologue is the peak performance of the movie, the
farcical trial fantasy is its dismal antithesis. In the scene, Leopold
is dragged off to jail by two Amazons after an absurd trial for sex
offenses. The general failure here is that it doesnt capture Joy Joycean
cean Joycean humor. The wit and the sparkle of his carefully chosen language
is destroyed by the contorted bufoonery.
Another failure is that ultimately we dont know who the movie
is most about. We sense Stephen Dedalus angst, for Leopolds
frustration, and Mollys lack of identity; but who is the most impor important
tant important and what comes of it all. Perhaps this is the purposeful om ommission
mission ommission of Joyce. Maybe the theme of insensitivity that unites
them is more relevant to Joyce than the fate of his characters.
But the author took hundreds of pages to achieve a balanced emphasis
but the movie took only two hours and the result was confused
instead of focused.
Epiphany scenes were handled well in the flick. Leopolds en encounter
counter encounter with the crippled coquette, his enlightenment to the eating
habits of his fellows, Dedalus confrontation with the ghost of
his mother, and Mollys discoveries in the world of sex are all
startling Insights of the camera. They are aided by sound effects,
gesture and acting, something even Joyce could not provide with
such intensity.
When a movie relies so heavily on a book for its substance substancea
a substancea discussion of the two medias presentations is necessary. Joyce
buffs will point to the film and say it is incapable of presenting
reality on two or more levels simultaneously. They will say Joyces
elaborate mythology and carefully worded humor are absent. They
are right, but this not to say photography cant add as much to
lyric scenes as poetry and imagination.
We can see and feel intensely the drama of mans inhumanity
to man on real Dublin streets unchanged by time and with real
Irishmen, perhaps more than we can reading it.
The book and the movie complement each other as does art
and poetry. We can hardly judge one without the other.

Movie
Rating
* good
** very good
*** excellent
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**** superior
POINT BLANK. Lee Marvin
wages a mysterious vendetta
against the underworld, aided by
Angie Dickinson. Now at the Cen Center.
ter. Center. **
JUDEX is Batman. Seriously,
out of this early 20th Century
crime fighter (Judex) came our
caped comic-book hero. Suspen Suspenseful,
seful, Suspenseful, delightful, thoroughly en enjoyable
joyable enjoyable Now at the State. **
ULYSSES. Literal, unbleached
Joyce from beginning to end
a grat attempt at capturing his
stream of consciousness. Now
at the Florda. ***
WHOs MINDING THE MINT?
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--lysses, U---lysses, whose infidelity and in instability
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Joyce Had Deep
Film Awareness
Director Joseph Strick is convinced that James Joyce who
opened Dublins first movie theatre but lacked the money to keep
it going had a deep awareness of cinematography.
Says Strick, Joyces literary stile of flashbacks, dream epi episodes,
sodes, episodes, sound and visual montages is a form of cinematic short shorthand.
hand. shorthand.
Our chief aim (in making Ulysses) has been to make sure that
the Images we present are fit to share the same room as the words.
We would have no business doing anything else, and I certainly have
no intention of whitewashing any of the important dialogues or the
monologues.
Thats vandalism. We owed it to Joyce to do our best.
The screen play of Ulysses, prepared by Strick and his as associate,
sociate, associate, Fred Haines, is literal, unbleached Joyce from beginning
to end, from the trials and tribulations of Stephen Dedal us, and the
misadventures and triumphs of the masochistic hero Leopold Bloom,
to the torrentially earthy monologue of Molly.
The great Russian director Serge Eisenstein (who made Ivan
the Terrible and Battleship Potemkin) discussed Ulysses
with Joyce and afterwards described the meeting as a ghost ex experience
perience experience (because they talked as two shadows in a dark room).
This fellow, Eisenstein remarked, .really does what all of
you wanted to do, because you only feel it but he knows it.
The first copies of Joyces monumental novel had to be typed
underground in Paris in 1922 where they didnt understand the
language. Since then, it has been tried in court for obscenity, per persistently
sistently persistently banned and burned, spat upon and misunderstood.
Strick notes that Ulysses is popularly misrepresented as in incomprehensible,
comprehensible, incomprehensible, dirty, totally without shape or plot.
This film is for adults who may never have read the book,
he said. They will see what a wonderful work it is.
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18 Gators In'Critical* Condition

By 808 PADECKY
Alligator Sports Editor
UFs football team was listed
in critical condition Monday by
coach Ray Graves.

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UF's football chances of beating Auburn next Sat Saturday
urday Saturday were, before Monday, improbable.
Now, after finding our 18 Gators are on the
injury rack, the winning chances are, at best,
slight.
The last time Florida beat Auburn at Auburn
was in 1942 under coach Thomas J. Lieb. That's
25 years ago. Since then 11 Florida football teams
have tried at Tigerland. And failed.
The closest to a win came in 1949 with a 14-
14 tie. But still, no win.
And now, with Auburn having a banner year,
Florida's chances of winning are much more diff difficult.
icult. difficult.
UF had trouble with the Tigers in the past
three decades with healthy teams. But this Sat Saturday
urday Saturday Gator group is not healthy.
In spirit it may be one of the strongest Gator
elevens ever assembled. Coach Ray Graves is glad
about that. But Ray Graves knows one does not
win on spirit.
Especially against Auburn.
In the seven years Graves has led UF at Auburn,
the Tigers have waxed Graves three straight. One
of the worst defeats was in 1965 when the Tigers
upset the Sugar Bowl-bound Gators, 28-17.
Now Florida resides with a 4-1 record. Cer Certainly
tainly Certainly some indication of the stuff bowl teams are
made of.
But, truthfully, one doesn't know what the Florida
Gators are made of. Their truest test was against
LSU. It was too true. Too bitter.

Mallo First-Degree
At State Judo

UF's Judo Team traveled to
Tampa Sunday for the Florida
Judo Championships as Gator
Nelson Mallo took third place
in the unlimited weight class and
promoted -to first-degree black
belt.
Kio Soji, one of the state's
best light weights, although un unable
able unable to compete for the Gators
due to injuries, was also pro promoted
moted promoted to the Shodan rank (first
degree black belt).
Marlene Thron was promoted
to Second degree brown belt and
is the highest ranking woman judo
player at UF.
Ex-Gator Jack Haney took
fourth place in the 176-pound
division for the Florida School
of judo who took the team cham championship.
pionship. championship.
Gators Sail
Into Second
NEW ORLEANS The Gator
Sailing Club travelled toNewOr toNewOrleans
leans toNewOrleans this weekend and sailed to
second place in the Baldwin-
Wood Intersectional Regatta.
Tulane piled up 65 points, com compared
pared compared with 52 for Florida and
46 for Loyola. Rice, Georgia
Tech, Florida State, Louisiana
State, and Pensacola finished well
behind the leaders.
Vanderbilt was forced to with withdraw
draw withdraw following the hospitalization
of one member who went
into shock during a capsize.

After receiving the Vanderbilt
injury report from head trainer
Brady Greathouse, Graves an announced
nounced announced 18 Gators will either be
out or see limited duty this Sat Saturday
urday Saturday at Auburn.
this is my worst injury pro-

The UF will travel to Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee to play against the FSU
club on November 19 and will
host Miami-Dade J.C. in Jan January
uary January '6B.
Boating
By JACK WOLISTON
NEW YORK (UPI) The
pleasure boating industry is go going
ing going all out to win over a lot of
converts in 1968 and make it
the biggest dollar volume year
in history.
First indication of what will
be offered boating enthusiasts
old and new next year
came at the recent Marine
Trades Exhibit and Conference
in Chicago. There also emerged
at this gathering of trade-only
representatives predictions of
record sales in 1968.
Here are some snap impres impressions
sions impressions from the displays:
Boats for 1968 are roomier,
smoother riding, faster and
more glamorous.
Cardinals Lose
Money Winning
NEW YORK (UPI) The world
champion St. Louis Cardinals
divided their World Series pool
Tuesday into 34 full shares of
$8,314.81, the smallest cut for
a member of the winning team
since 1961.
The losing Boston Red Sox
voted 31 full shares of $5,115.23.

But the bitterest lies ahead.
Auburn may be the patsy of the remaining games.
With the likes of Florida State, Georgia, Miami
and even Kentucky staring Florida full in the face,
Gatorland may not be happy in five weeks.
At the end of those five weeks, as many experts
in the state have predicted, UF should be 5-5.
That means losing the next four of five. A tall
order for the Gators to fill. To comply. To bow
down and admit defeat.
The spirit is not willing but the flesh is weak.
In fact, crippled. Maimed. Dismembered.
Some of the injuries that have happened this
year could almost turn your stomach. But you
dont become sick.
Some of these guys, not yet reaching manhood,
are risking their health for the glory of Gator Gatorland.
land. Gatorland.
Some have failed. Eighteen did Monday. Oh, some
are not serious. In a couple of games, the tape
and the ointment will bind together what man has
tried to put asunder.
The first five Florida opponents did a pretty
good job of it. Precaution, instead of practice is
the watchword now at Florida drill.
And one wonders what the word will be in five
weeks. Only time, and perhaps the pain of defeat,
will tell.
Lets just hope thats the only pain left for the
Gators to bear.
Its hard writing and reading -- this requiem for
a football team.

blem Ive ever experienced,
said Graves, and the worst
hurts were at linebacker.
Four linebackers were racked
up by the Commodores. Chip
Hinton is out for the season
with torn ligaments and faces

SEC TODAY
Team W L T W L T
Tenn. 3 0 0 4 1 0
Georgia 3 10 5 10
Florida 2 10 4 10
Alabama 2 10 4 11
L.S.U. 2 1 0 4 2 0
Miss. 2 1 0 4 2 0
Auburn 11 0 4 2 0
Vandy 0 2 0 2 3 0
Miss. St. 0 2 0 1 5 0
Kentucky 0 4 0 0 8 0

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possibly some surgery. And co cocaptain
captain cocaptain Wayne McCall will miss
just this game with a muscle
tear in his leg.
One other starter, Dave Mann,
will have no contact this week
and is slated for limited duty
against the Tigers.
Two other linebackers, Harold
Peacock and Mike Palahach are
also slated for limited action.
Peacock has torn ligaments in a
leg and Palahach has a sprained
shoulder.
With McCall and Hinton shack shackled,
led, shackled, Graves called up two B Bteamers
teamers Bteamers Monday. Bill Mcride
and Nelson Davis made the jump.
And along with Tom Abdelnour,
this may be the starting backers
against Auburn.
We are going to work in sweat
clothes all week, said Graves,
and the only contact were going
to have is against the dummies.
I just hope that tape, spirit
and Gatorade keeps us together
for Auburn, Graves added.
Other injuries, less serious
than Hinton and McCall, were
among notable Gators mainly
split end Dick Trapp and six
defensive starters. All are listed
for action against Auburn but at
half-speed.
Trapp has a bruised knee, but
will start and hobble.

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going as two Vandy tacklers twist Trapp
to their fancy. No. 2 quarterback Harmon
Wages (below) has an easier time of
as he takes a snooze during the game.
To Wages' right, placekicker Wayne Bar Barfield
field Barfield rests his talented toe.

The defensive men aren't so
lucky.
Halfbacks Steve Taneen (knee)
Paul Maliska (knee) and Tom
Hungerbuhler (knee) and Bobby
Downs (thigh) all are out until
the day of the game.
- Defensive ends Brian Jetter
(knee) Britt Skrivanek (knee) and
George Dean (shoulder) are
among the walking wounded. De Defensive
fensive Defensive tackle Jim Hadley has
a knee injury.
The offense didn't get off easy
as back-up quarterback Harmon
Wages re-sprained his tender
ankle again, although he ran only
two plays against Vanderbilt.
Offensive guards Terry Morris
(ankle) and Bob Young (flu) are
resting without contact before the
game.
With Hinton out, Graves has
four starters lost for the sea season.
son. season. Offensive tackle J. S. Pas Pasperis
peris Pasperis (broken legs) and offensive
tackle Doug Splane (arm calcium
deposits) were lost last week.
Quarterback Jackie Eckdahl was
the first one to go three weeks
ago with a broken leg.
Graves had one bright note in
his sad song of sadness. Mark
Ely, defensive halfback, is going
to be 100 per cent healthy for
the first time this season.
He shouldn't have any trouble
playing, he has four positions to
choose from.

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Theres a lot more to the IBM story than Jim has mentioned. lII|HI
Wed like to tell you about it when were on campus. Well be
interviewing for careers in Marketing, Computer Applications,
Programming, Research and Development, Manufacturing,
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Sign up for an interview at your placement office, even WB|
if youre headed for graduate school or military service.
And if you cant make a campus interview, send an outline
of your interests and educational background to Mr. C. F.
Cammack, IBM Corporate Recruiting, 1447 [, p
Peachtree St. N.E., Rm. 810, Atlanta, Georgia || AA
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