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BEAT FSU!

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Vol. 60, No. 42

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IN HUME HALL
Health Dept. Calls
Machines 'Filthy

By JANIE GOULD
Alligator Staff Writer
A report filed Friday by the
Alachua County Board of Health
stated that vending machines in
Hume Hall are dirty and not
maintained in an orderly manner.
The inspection report, signed
by R.A. Row of the Alachua
County Health Department, and
Jerry Douglas Jr., of the Fla.
State Board of Health, said

Kirk, Mascot To Attend Game
Gov. Claude Kirk will be present at Saturdays confron confrontation
tation confrontation between the UF and Florida State University, the Alli Alligator
gator Alligator learned Tuesday.
Charles Shepherd, UF student body president, and Gene
Stearns, FSU student body president, invited Kirk to sit
with them at the game.
He declined to do this stating he had already made a com committment
mittment committment to sit with each of the teams during the game.
Kirk will sit with Florida during one half and with FSU the
other half on the sidelines.
The last Florida game the governor attended was the home homecoming
coming homecoming game with Vanderbilt. At that time when his presence
was announced at the game, he received a round of boos.

The Fightin Gators will have their own mascot in the
form of a 12-foot alligator for the football battle with Florida
State University Saturday.
The alligator will make his entrance on Florida Field
at 1:45 p.m. He will ride on a trailer pulled by the cheer cheerleaders
leaders cheerleaders Orange and Blue cart.
UFs chapter of Kappa Alpha Order is sponsoring the
project. Bruce Harlan, KA, service chairman, said that the
alligator was donated by Homosassa Springs.
Albert will not be used because he is recuperating from a
recent illness.

The
Florida Alligator
THE SOUTHEASTS LEADING COLLEGE DAILY

Humes vending equipment is nei neither
ther neither cleaned nor sanitized. How However,
ever, However, Alachua County, UF, and
vending officials put the blame
partially on student abuse.
In reference to candy, milk,
and potato chip machines on the
second floor of the mens side,
the report stated, All vending
machines and equipment are fil filthy.
thy. filthy.
The report noted that the cola

University of Florida, Gainesville

Gator-Seminole Rivalry:
Its Spirited And Spiteful

By CAROL SANGER
Alligator Staff Writer
It began as just another football game back in
1958.
Another addition to the Fightin Gators list of
teams to be vanquished in the future.
But it didnt quite turn out that way.
It started with nasty poems from Sam my Seminole
addressed to the Alligator and grew to the twice twicethwarted
thwarted twicethwarted attempts of unidentified squaws from FSU
to steal Albert, the Gators mascot, all of which
have combined to make the annual UF-FSU encounter
Floridas most spirited and spiteful game of the
season.
At stake is the Makala trophy, the Seminole
and alligator replica which is awarded to the win winning
ning winning school. But more than a mere trophy is
involved.
It is no longer, simply a football game. The
honor of the UF is at stake, an Alligator editorial
read in 1964.

and coffee machines plastic
doors were missing, on the girls
side of Hume. In reference to the
machines, the report repeated,
All machines and equipment
are filthy.
(SEE MACHINE PAGE 4)
Students Deny
Drug Report
Two students who were re re
re ported being treated for using
drugs in Tuesdays Alligator deny
having been under the influence
of narcotics.
I have never touched
narcotics, except those pre prescribed
scribed prescribed to me by my doctor,
said Andrew Colangelo.
Colangelo said he has been
using tranquilizers, prescribed
by his doctor, for the past three
years. The tranquilizers are used
to treat a- nervous condition.
Colangelo said he obtained
tranquilizers from the UF In Infirmary,
firmary, Infirmary, and did not realize how
potent they were. He said he
took an overdose accidentally and
passed out from them.
Kenneth Edward Yarbrough
said he took two pain pills for
a headache. He said he had also
taken some aspirin which reacted
badly with a coke which he had
drank.
(SES STUDENTS PAGE 4)

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THE LONG TREK HOME
Danny Golay, lUC, joins thousands of other
UF students as they start home today for the
Thanksgiving holidays. Danny decided to start
a little early and beat the rush.
3 Students Stranded
By F rozen Elevators
Three UF students were stranded between floors of the Reitz
Union for 45 minutes Tuesday evening when the elevator in which
they were riding suddenly stopped.
A repairman was called to the scene, l, e spent 20 minutes
trying to get tne elevator to move. He attributed the difficulty to
a probable malfunction of the elevators safety device.
The students were Ted Hartman, lUC; Wendali George, lUC;
and Mike Fogos, 2UC, all of R~ **"

Wednesday, November 22, 1967

Go to Hell, Gators is the password on the
FSU campus this year, and some enthusiastic
Seminole fans spread this slogan on the UF campus
in red paint earlier this week.
In 1964, two attempts were made by FSU st\
dents to steal Albert the Alligator. Since that date
Alberts pen is faithfully guarded by fraternity
men with sticks and clubs during the football
week-end.
Following incidents of vandalism in 1964 an
Alligator editorial disclaimed dishonesty, skull skulldruggery,
druggery, skulldruggery, and breaking of the laws of civilized
man (that) have entered the picture.
A joint message from the presidents of the two
schools urged conduct fitting the highest standards
of inter-collegiate rivalry.
To avoid trouble, FSU officials asked that Albert
be kept at home instead of taken to Tallahassee
in a cage.
Last years UF victory resulted in riots between
students and police in the streets of Gainesville.

Inside
FSU Vandals
Foiled Again
See P. Three



Page 2

, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, November 22, 1967

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Bulletin News
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State, National International News
Constitution Defeat Seen
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (UPI) Gov. Claude Kirk predicted Tuesday
that voters of Florida will reject a proposed new constitution if it
retains the elective cabinet system.
If we have the same cabinet circumstance, you can bet the new
constitution will be defeated, Kirk told a class in Florida government
at Florida State University.
OConnell: 'Good Will
As this weekend approaches and the University of
Florida and Florida State University once again challenge
each other on the footfall field, it is a pleasure to
join in encouraging good sportsmanship on and off the
field. The students of our Universities have proved they
possess great maturity through their scholastic accomplish accomplishments,
ments, accomplishments, leadership capabilities, and personal conduct. We
are confident this maturity will be in evidence this
weekend.
We believe that the wonderful competitive spirit
which prevails between our Universities will be enhanced
through the expression of good will on the part of all
students, faculty, alumni and Floridians attending the
game.
, Stephen C. 0 Connell, President
University of Florida
John E. Chanpion, President
Florida State University
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Florida and Is published five times weekly except during May, jne, and July when
It Ispubllshed semi-weekly. Only editorials represent the official opinions of their authors.
Address correspondence to The Florida Allleator, Florida Union Rulldlng, University
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Classes Out
For Holidays
All offices will be closed and
classes suspended Thursday and
Friday for the Thanksgiving holi holiday
day holiday at the University of Florida.
Classes will resume Monday
(11/27) morning on regular
schedule.
Tickets Sell
For Barbecue
Tickets for the barbecue prior
to the UF FSU football game
Saturday will be on sale Fri Friday
day Friday at the Alumni Association
Office, ground floor, Reitz Union.
Price is $2.25 per person,
and tickets will be available at
the door Saturday morning. Serv Serving
ing Serving will begin at 11 a.m. in
Florida Gymnasium and continue
until 1 p.m. The barbecue is
open to the public.
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BY UF POLICE
FSU Vandals
Foiled Again

By STEVE HULSEY
Alligator Staff Writer
University Police foiled ap apparent
parent apparent attempts by three groups
of FSU students to deface the
UF campus with pro-FSU hand handbills
bills handbills early Tuesday morning.
At 2:17 a.m. two men were
apprehended near Hume Hall.
Stuart H. Wise, Jr. and Michael
S. Smith, both identified as stu students
dents students at FSU, were caught with
handbills and posters in their
possession.
Police said the stairway bulle bulletin
tin bulletin boards in Murphree Area
had numberous posters on them.
Terry R. Wood and Larry A.
Gleason, two juniors from FSU,
were apprehended on the north
side of the Architecture and Fine
Arts complex at 2:46 a.m.
Police stopped a car bearing
Virginia license plates after it
was observed circling Murphree
Area at 3:30 a.m. The occupants
of the car, Roger M. Kalar,
Richard J. Lanier, and Tommy
Rovin Watson, are all FSU stu students.
dents. students.
Police collected the boys stu student
dent student ID cards and told the driver
to follow him to the police stat station.
ion. station.
At the intersection of Stadium
Road and Newell Drive, a police policeman
man policeman in another patrol car
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observed handbills being thrown
from Kalars car.
The apprehending officer made
the boys retrace their route and
pick up all the handbills.
The handbills bore a picture
of an Indian with a spear chas chasing
ing chasing a Florida Gator. The cap captions
tions captions read Going Gator Gigging
and Go to Hell, Florida.
The students were released
without charges, but have been
reported to the Dean of Men at
FSU.
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Wednesday, November 22, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

Tom Adams Speaks
On Campus Tonight
Floridas brief history as an actual two-party state will be the
topic of a speech by Secretary of State Tom Adams tonight in the
Reitz Union.
Sponsored by the UF Young Democrats, Adams will be the first
in a series of speakers to be brought to the campus.
Also in the series will be Florida Attorney Earl Faircloth, Flor Florida
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Leroy Collins.
Adams will speak at 7:30 in room 210 of the Union.
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1, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, November 22, 1967

Page 4

Machines
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Mike Davidson, Hume Leg
Council representative, said the
lack of plastic doors on machines
permits roaches to crawl up the
machine and later fall into the
cola cups. A friend got a coke
with a roach doing the back backstroke/
stroke/ backstroke/ he said.
At an impromptu meeting of
vending machine operators, Ala Alachua
chua Alachua County health officials, and
UF officials, several men said
a cause of the poor
report could be negligence on
the part of the students.
I dont know what kind of
filth theyre referring to, said
Chuck Cunliffe, a Wometco rep representative
resentative representative from Jacksonville.
If they mean heel marks or
candy smudges, that is the fault
of the students.
He noted that one machine
was found defaced with an X
made by a chocolate bar. He
added that girls, especially, use
the bottom of milk machines
to refrigerate their own food.
He also said that areas around
machines are littered by stu students.
dents. students.
Cunliffe emphasized that Wo Wometco
metco Wometco route men are instructed
to clean the machines every time
they fill them. The machines
are also sprayed with insecti insecticide
cide insecticide every week, he added.
He said the Coke machines are
sanitized once a month. He also
said the sandwich machines are
cleaned three times per week.
The students will kick and
abuse the machines and then
wonder why theyre dirty, said
Steve Johnson, campus vending
manager. He was asked to have
vending machines on the second
floor of Hume (west), moved to
the third floor, because of stu student
dent student abuse. The machines are
to be moved today by Wometco
employees.
Though the health departments
inspection and report was made
Friday, the vending companies
and UF officials didnt receive
copies until Tuesday. A copy was
given to Hume resident assistant
Dave Cox Friday.

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Lambda lota Alpha
Instituted On Campus

Lambda lota Tau, a national
honorary literature society, has
recently been instituted on the
UF campus.
According to Kitty Leeks,
president, It is the first op opportunity
portunity opportunity for English majors and
minors to belong to a group of
people who share mutual inter interests.
ests. interests.
Requirements for Lambda lota
Tau are 9 quarter hours or
12 semester hours and a 3.0
average in English literature
courses. A paper of creative,
critical, or researched nature
must be submitted.
The purpose of Lambda lota
Tau is to give some additional
unity to English as a major and
to foster interest in graduate
teaching. Lambda lota Tau also
provides an opportunity for cre creative
ative creative works deserving merit to
be published in the societys
magazine, LIT, added Miss
Leeks.

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office of Lambda lota Tau pro provides
vides provides a teacher placement ser service
vice service and graduate fellowships.
Plans for the future include
working with the Florida Quar Quarterly
terly Quarterly and sponsoring a literary
contest. A prize will be offered
to stimulate interest. The con contest
test contest will be open to all Uni University
versity University students.
Guest speakers from the field
of literature are also on the
agenda.
Tapping for Lambda lota Tau
is by extended invitation to those
students who have proven mer meritorous
itorous meritorous in the field of English.
There will be an invitational par party
ty party Friday evening to explain the
goals of the organization to stu students
dents students who were extended invi invitations
tations invitations for membership. Miss
Leeks concluded.
Fees are sl2 for life member memberchip
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No charges were made against
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Gls Favor Legalization
Os Pot, Will Continue Use

By JOE TORCHIA
Alligator Feature Editor
*l just got your letter and am
surprised that you are surprised
at me why are you? Because
I am in Vietnam and am in
favor of smoking pot? I decide
each thing for itself.
It's funny, but in order to
be normal, you either have to
(A) believe in God, shave reg regularly,
ularly, regularly, have short hair, smoke
only cigarettes and back Viet Vietnam
nam Vietnam policy, or (B) be an atheist,
have a beard and long hair, smoke
pot and use drugs and demon demonstrate
strate demonstrate against Vietnam.
A rather obvious situation is
posed by this GI in Vietnam:
there is an apparent shift of
values.
Our clean-cut, whoesome Am American
erican American hero is smoking mari marijuana.
juana. marijuana. Hippies no longer have
a monopoly on the drug (if they
ever did).
What consequences will this
have for the U.S.? Will these
Army men continue to smoke
pot when they return? Will they
support legalization of pot?
YES, YES, YES, I will use
pot when I go home," said a
GI from Pennsylvania.
And, yes, I think it should
be legalized I think every everything
thing everything should be 1 egal ized that does
no harm to others or oneself.
This not only includes pot, but
things such as sex between two
consenting adults and homosex homosexuality.
uality. homosexuality. How can anyone condone
cigarettes and alcohol but not pot
is beyond me."
A New Yorker said, Pm not
sure; it depends -- on avail availability
ability availability in the states, on reasons
for smoking, on mood. I doubt
if I would smoke pot just to
be in the crowd."
UF Poolroom
To Be Closed
On Sundays?
Gainesville City Manager W. T.
Green Jr. announced Monday
night that he intends to enforce
Gainesvilles existing blue
laws" on the poolroom in the
Reitz Union, starting next Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday.
A city ordinance prohibits
playing pool on Sunday, but the
law has not been enforced on
the UF campus in the oast.
The City Commission, how however,
ever, however, passed on the first reading
Monday night a repeal of that
section of the ordinance.
The repeal requires another
reading. Then 30 days must
elapse before it becomes effec effective.
tive. effective.
Green said he was taking the
action because he was tired of
criticism directed at him by
local pool hall owners who con contend
tend contend that it is unfair competi competition
tion competition for the UF recreation room
to remain open when theirs must
close.

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He said, it's hard to say if
it should be legalized. If it is,
there should be some control
on it maybe something like
the oriental custom of smoking
houses. I would say on the aver average
age average individuals should not have
free access to unlimited quant quantities
ities quantities of pot.
A Army sergeant thinks pot
should not be legalized, but if
a guy wants to take a #)s%@!s
chance, OK."
A specialist from Michigan
said, I smoked pot before I
came here, and Ill smoke it
when I go back. I won't break
my neck to get it, however.
I figure pot is well to
me it is the same as alcohol.
If you want to smoke it, smoke
it. If others want to have their
high on alcohol, let them. There
should be no restrictions."
A Californian said, Its dif difficult
ficult difficult to say whether I'll smoke
when I return. Pm getting mar married;
ried; married; if my wife doesn't object,
yes because it is cheaper and
less dangerous than alcohol.
And yet another said, Nat Naturally!
urally! Naturally! If I don't smoke it when
I go home my wife will divorce
me. She thinks liquor should be
illegal and pot legal.
First off, lets not make pot
restrictive. Thats like saying let
these poor boys have pot and go
off and get killed. We dont need
a placenta we have the M-16!
In answer to the question, yes
I think pot should be legalized.
However that raises a question
could you be accused of driv driving
ing driving while being high?
Six of the eight servicemen
interviewed think pot should be
legalized; they all feel it is not
harmful.
Is marijuana harmful?
According to the Associated
Press, Dr. James L. Goddard,
director of the Food and Drug
Administration, shocked a lot of
people when the subject of mari marijuana
juana marijuana came up at the University
of Minnesota.
Whether marijuana is more
dangerous drug than alcohol is
debatable," Dr. Goddard said.
I dont happen to think it is.
But Henry L. Giordano, the U.S.
narcotics commissioner, dis disagrees.
agrees. disagrees. He told a congressional
committee earlier this year that
jarijuana is not, as some people
say, less dangerous than alcohol
or less than smoking tobacco.
Some way we have got to get
this across to the public."
Whether alcohol or smoking to tobacco
bacco tobacco is more harmful than pot
apparently cannot be answered yet.
At any rate, evidence seems to
point that it is becoming more
widely accepted.
Judge Arthur L. Alarcon of the
Los Angeles Superior Court said:
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A few years ago the mari marijuana
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courts attention was usually a
member of a minority group from
a slum area with a poverty povertylevel
level povertylevel family background.
Today, the judge sees an in increasing
creasing increasing number of marijuana
users from good families, stu students
dents students with above average grades
and without a prior record of
delinquency."
And today we also see more
U.S. servicemen being court courtmartialed
martialed courtmartialed in Vietnam for smok smoking
ing smoking marijuana than for any other
single major offense.
What will we see tomorrow?
Constans
Honored
Henry Philip Constans was
honored with the formal dedicat dedication
ion dedication of the Constans Theatre Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night before a crowd of
450 people.
Constans, chairman of the de department
partment department of speech at the UF
from 1929 to 1960, sat in the
audience as the curtain rose for
the Saturday night performance
of Twelfth Night.
UF President Stephen C. O
Connell read a telegram bring bringing
ing bringing Florida Governor Claude R.
Kirks personal congratulations
to Constans in the dedication.
You know how I feel," Con Constans
stans Constans said smiling, Wonderful."
When recognized in the aud audience
ience audience by O'Connell, Constans
said, I thank you all very, very
much."
Speakers of the evening in included
cluded included Delton L. Scudder, chair chairman
man chairman of the Union Board of Mana Managers;
gers; Managers; Lester L. Hale, vice pres president
ident president for Student Affairs and
Henry J. Kramer, vice chairman
of the Board of Regions. Kramer
presided in the formal dedicat dedication
ion dedication ceremony.
All speakers had addressed
their remarks to Constans before
the play opened for the evening
performance.

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' The
Florida Alligator
l&3§i To Let The People Know
mi S V^ U
J[lll Harvey Alper Harold Kennedy
j\ ManaglngEditor Executive Editor
Harold Aldrich Boh Padecky
News Editor Sports Editor
The Florida Animator*! official position on Imum Is sxprssssd
only In tbs oolumns below, other material In this Issue may
reflect tbs opinion of the writer or cartoonist and not necessarily
that of the Florida Alligator unless specifically indicated.

Reason, Not Riots

Were looking forward
to some good, clean and
victorious fun Saturday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon when the UFs
fighting Gators will sound soundly
ly soundly trounce the Seminoles
of Tallahassee,,
We are not looking for forward
ward forward to pre-game andpost andpostgame
game andpostgame fist fights, riots or
incidents of vandalism
Football is, above and
beyond all else, a game.
It is played to demonstrate
the athletic ability of the
combatants and to please
the crowds.
It is not played to in incite
cite incite vicious acts and it is
up to the fans, of both
Florida and FSU, to see
that Saturdays game is not
a mar on either schools
record of honor.
It has been said in re recent

A Plush UF Addition

The Constans Theatre in
the Reitz Union had its
grand opening Thursday
night as the Florida Play Players
ers Players presented Shakes Shakespeares
peares Shakespeares immortal play
Twelfth Night.
It was an evening to be
remembered.
The new union theatre
is plush, modern and com comfortable.
fortable. comfortable. The evening was
highlighted by a fine per performance
formance performance of the play and a
turn-out of many local cele celebrities

Alligator Staff
The Florida Alligator is a student newspaper.

RITCHIE TIDWELL
City Editor
LORI STEELE
Campus Living Editor

STAFF WRITERS: Michael Abrams, Sharon Bauer, Jack Belcher, Arlene Caplan,
David Chafin, Bev Cheauvrout, Alan Cowan, Sandra Drechsler, Dave Dpucette,
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Kaplan, Kathie Keim, Leslie Lepene, Jean Mam 1 in, Gordan Mann, Roy MaySj
Anita Meyer, Linda Miklowitz, Fred McNeese, Denise OConnell, Allen Plerleoni,
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cent recent years that if the tone
of impending violence at
the annual FSU-Florida
showdown grows any worse
the series will be discon discontinued.
tinued. discontinued.
This is not idle banter.
It is cold fact.
We urge fans of both
the UF and FSU to rem remember
ember remember that Saturday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. We dont doubt a lot
of people are going to leave
Florida Field feeling very
sorry about the outcome
of the game and the de defeat
feat defeat of that newcomer to
mens athletics -- Florida
State.
But, we dont want any
of our sisters from Tal Tallahassee
lahassee Tallahassee going home black
and blue.
You just dont treat
women that way!

brities celebrities dressed in all their
finery.
We hope they will be
happy in this new home and
find it conducive to pro production
duction production of many outstand outstanding
ing outstanding theatrical events.
But more important than
the dazzle of Thursday
nights opening is that fact
that the Florida Players
now have a home worthy of
their talents and product productions.
ions. productions.

DAVE DOUCETTE
Asst. News Editor
JOE TORCHEA
Feature Editor

What I Wouldn't Give To Be A Hawk Or A Dove"
PHOENIX WATCHES^
God And Man At UF
I BY IRA BRUKNER

Recently I was informed that the content
of two of my columns constructed an unreal
parallel between the problems of academic
freedom atUF and Yale University. Although
I am only a sophomore my naivete doesnt
allow me the privelege of overlooking the
facts that Yale is a private university with
some 82,000 alumni and UF is a state
university ultimately responsible to the
people of the State of Florida, but speci specifically
fically specifically servile to the Board of Regents.
In any case the presence of marked
academic freedom at Yale has often caught
my attention, and it seems that in the field
of intellectual inquiry and tolerance UF
could gain some prospective from New
Haven.
In 1901 the up and coming gadfly of the
world, William F. Buckley, Jr. wrote a
book concerned with the superstitions of
academic freedom entitled God and Man
at Yale.
However, in his expose Mr. Buckley
whose magazine, National Review and syn syndicated
dicated syndicated column, On the Right are widely
read stated that individualism is dying at
Yale, without even a fight. Fortunately
for Yale Mr. Buckley was wrong. Is indi individualism
vidualism individualism dying at UF? Is the right of
free expression dying at UF? It may be
dying, but not without a fight.
Yes, Yale is private and UF is public

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to 300 words All letters must be signed;
however, upon request, the writers name
can be withheld Correspondence will be
subject to standard editing procedures so
that it complies with space limitations
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but should that qualification serve as our
detriment and their cherished benefit.
In his foreward Mr. Buckley states that he
approaches his thesis with profound hu humility
mility humility and with the desperate hope that even
those who disagree emphatically will ac acknowledge
knowledge acknowledge that (he) could have no motive
other than a devotion to Yale, a recognition
of Yales importance, and a deep concern
for the future of our country.
Obviously Dr. Jones has a strong devotion
to UF and he realizes its importance as a
center of learning or he wouldnt be here.
The mere fact that he is standing up for
the constitutional freedom of speech dis displays
plays displays his 3 concern foi the future of these
United States. So what? Politics makes
strange bedfellows even if one is a dili diligent
gent diligent teacher and a supporter of the Con Constitution
stitution Constitution of the United States of America.
v
Former President G. Seymour of Yale
in his most often quoted statement said:
We should seek the truth and endure the
consequences. Although it may be too
early in the game to attribute *a most
often quoted statement to President O-
Connell, the Phownix will do so: I want
to make this university second to none in
the country. If second to none means
that you cant exclude Yale and scores of
other colleges, isnt a review of the ten tenure
ure tenure question mindful of the constitutional
guarantee of free speech in order?



OPEN FORUM:
omJ. 'ViMwt
"There is no hope for the complacent man."

WORTH MANY IN THE HALL
A Swan In the Theatre

MR. EDITOR:
It is one thing to schedule a
single showing per night of a
play that is to run only three
nights for an audience of per perhaps
haps perhaps 1/2 or 3/4 or so of the
campus. Students might not pre prefer
fer prefer it that way, but culture and
our professors must have their
way. Again, it is not the Univer Universitys
sitys Universitys fault if the student can't
get there early enough to buy
his ticket to see the cultural
event. (For Swan Lake there were
no advance ticket sales .
supposedly).
However, it is quite another
thing to tell the students of the
University for which the cul cultural
tural cultural event" is being provided
that they may not assure them themselves
selves themselves of a ticket to see the
event by buying tickets ahead
of time, and then to allow a
drama teacher to bring all of
her students to see the perfor performance
mance performance with the added luxury

Alligator Provides
Exchange of Ideas

MR. EDITOR:
Since a word of encourage encouragement
ment encouragement is welcome In all activit activities,
ies, activities, but particularly in those sub subject
ject subject to public scrutiny and vin vinification,
ification, vinification, may I say that I be be-1
-1 be-1 lieve you and your staff are
doing an admirable job in put putting
ting putting together the Alligator.
The publication is brimming
with ideas of fundamental re relevance
levance relevance to mankind. Not that I
can agree with all of them; how
could I; and why should any

Smoking Here To Stay

MR. EDITOR:
As an ex-smoker I am tired
of listening to smokers bring bringing
ing bringing up the subject of cigarettes.
I have heard all the d ex excuses
cuses excuses smokers give, face the
mirror and try to convince your-
Stop Waving
Or Blow Up
MR. EDITOR:
I wish to thank Bob Moran
for saying in his editorial of
Nov. 15 all the things that Am America
erica America and the whole world must
realize if we are to stay alive
and keep ourselves from being
blown up.
Bob Moran is asking us to
stop waving the American flag
with the blind patriotism that
causes us to force our ideas
on others.
I join him is asking everyone
to consider in their hearts that
what is best for everyone in this
world is not the same in every
nation.
ANNE LAMPERT, lUC

of reserved seats, probably in
the choicest part of the Reitz
Union Auditorium.
I was one of the students turned
away at the last moment when
a woman brought thirty or forty
of her high school students into
line ahead of the patiently wait waiting
ing waiting University students because
the woman had obtained she said,
reserved seats.
Pro sitting here in my own little
well of self-pity right now, but
what about all of those people
ahead of me in line who waited
even longer than I to see this
great ballet, and were forced to
turn away because the paying
public took priority.
For future culture events, how
about setting aside a separate
night for all the little high school
kiddles and their teachers, as
well as the rest of .he general
public, and letting University stu students
dents students buy their tickets in advance

reasonable person expect that
other thinking people must agree
with him in order to be right".
But you are providing a forum,
a market place for the presen presentation
tation presentation and exchange of ideas,
ideas which are significant and
immediately relevant as well.
I think you make a real con contribution
tribution contribution to the educational en endeavor
deavor endeavor of the University.
THOMAS A.E. HART
PROFESSOR OF HUMANITIES

selves and leave us non-smokers
alone.
I buried a young father be because
cause because he walked the distance to
buy cigarettes, he couldnt walk
back!
Buried a 49 year old friend.
It was manly to smoke for 49
years, a corpse for the rest of
his would be natural life.
Buy a new windshield and
smoke that longer cigarette. Why
wait until you are fortyish, mar married,
ried, married, family and have a good
job to contact the chest special specialist?
ist? specialist? Ever hear the words he
must tell the smoker? Your flip fliptop
top fliptop box for smokers can be
bought at any funeral home.
Smoking is here to stay, the
stockholders are getting richer.
Forget that silly will-power
bit", thats for people with
spines. You dont need the cigar cigarette
ette cigarette for a crutch, IT'S not mak making
ing making a slave out of you!
Go on, pick up that pack of
cigarettes, your nicotine fit is
showing!
ELEANOR WILLIAMS

(for an adequate number of per performances)
formances) performances) so that they can come
to the theatre feeling confident
of their inalienable right" to
view the required cultural event.
WENDY WADDELL, 4AS
College Life:
A Mindless
Existence?
MR. EDITOR:
I am so desperate for public
acknowledgement of any kind, that
I am compelled to write TTie
Florida Alligator. I hope to have
my letter read as a kind of
personal advertisement.
While perusing some ob-
Jectivist literature, 1 coursed
over a letter written by a stu student
dent student from that noble northern
citidel of the intellect, MJ.T.
He said, The majority of col college
lege college students do not choose to
think; they accept the satus quo,
conform to the prescribed code
of values, and evade the respon responsibility
sibility responsibility of Independent thought...
By the time he reaches col college,
lege, college, the more sensitive youth
is aware of being trapped in a
nightmare world where he is
resented, not for his flaws, but
for his intelligence. His first
year at college is usually his
psychological killer. He has no
intellectual companionship, he
finds the same leering, aggress aggressively
ively aggressively mindless gang that he was
once a part of on city streets
and playgrounds."
Os course, I was a little per perturbed
turbed perturbed when I first read this.
I naturally feared that this might
be happening at the U. of F.
In order to preserve my equan equanimity,
imity, equanimity, I was constrained to fact factually
ually factually demonstrate that this was
not the case.
Just the other day, that radical
upstart who advocates getting
things done, Dr. Marshall Jones,
was clearly shown to be pre preeminently
eminently preeminently unqualified for tenure
and throughly put in his place
by President O'Connell and the
Board of Regents. And further furthermore,
more, furthermore, they were supported by the
intellectual elite down at the
Agricultural Experiment Sta Stations.
tions. Stations.
Having assured myself that the
Olympians are not about to per permit
mit permit the sort of radicalism and
subtrifuge which undermines the
morale of those northern stu students,
dents, students, I was ready to set my
mind at ease. But, as it is really
the students who are the mind
of a university, I thought how
the Florida Blue Key could al always
ways always be relied upon for its firm
support of anything American,
and the perfect cliche that made
them sound so right.
However, there are always
some who cannot keep the tri trivial
vial trivial Issues that confront a col college
lege college student in their proper pro proportions.
portions. proportions. If you are one of these,
I would like to have your aquain aquaintance.
tance. aquaintance. Stop by any time in the
evening at 231 D, Flavet 111.
GREG BODWALK, 3AS

Wednesday, November 22, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

Which Is Better,
Grades ,Books ?

MR. EDITOR:
To L.M.P, re Progs Ambiguous
Consider these points.
1. You are a big kid now.
You aren't in high school any anymore.
more. anymore. You are expected to do
a little thinking on your own.
dont want a verbatim
feedback of their lectures so they
dont test for it.
2. Studying for college work
is a lot different than studying
for high school work.
Article
'Biased 1
MR. EDITOR:
Read and take head Paul Kap Kaplan:
lan: Kaplan: To the end of finding some
means of codifying sound prac practice
tice practice and just aspirations of Am American
erican American journalism, these canons
are set forth: responsibility,
freedom of the press, independ independence,
ence, independence, sincerity, accuracy, im impartiality,
partiality, impartiality, fair play, and decency.
Recently, a sports writer of
the Alligator, Paul Kaplan, wrote
a follow-up article on the Nose
Bwol, the annual flag football
contest between the pledges of
Tau Epsilon Phi and Pi Lambda
Phi. Pi Lambda Phi won. In the
article, he violated each canon
in one way or another.
In your basic journalism
classes, Paul Kaplan, you should
have learned that a journalist
that uses how power for any sel selfish
fish selfish or otherwise unworthy pur purpose
pose purpose is faithless to a high trust.
Partisanship in editorial com comment
ment comment which knowingly departs
from the truth does violence to
the basic spirit of American
Journalism (Your article was not
even meant to be an editorial).
Sound i practice makes clear dis distinction
tinction distinction between news reports
and expression of opinion.
Bob Padecky, sports editor of
the Alligator, should also read
and take heed of this article
and be aware of the style his
assistant uses in the future.
RONNIE BLOOM, 3JM
JEFF WEIL, 3JM

Dissenting Group Called
Malcontented Eggheads
MR. EDITOR:
One can't help but wonder why the local AAUP membership is
only about 15 per cent of the faculty. Could it be that the misguided
spokesmen do not have support because of their ivory-tower dissent?
With fancy words and warped logic they would destroy the academic
freedom they say they are for. Instead of helping both the faculty
and the University for mutual benefit, they waste their efforts on
fuzzy principles on which they can grandstand forever. Perhaps
censure from AAUP would not be so bad after all.
A stand against the malcontent eggheads who would destroy the
University would show that their harassment antics will not jeapor jeapordize
dize jeapordize the real academic freedom a truly great University must enjoy.
A FORMER AAUP FACULTY MEMBER
Alligator Staff
The Florida Alligator la a student newspaper.

UTCHE TIDWELL
Copy Editor
LOB STEELE
Caapoa Ltflag Editor

3. All knowledge does not
come from books. There is no
harm in learning something out outside
side outside the classroom.
4. There is a chance that
your class notes will not be the
same as what the professor act actually
ually actually said. Your mind can wan wander
der wander in class.
5. Finally, you should real realize
ize realize that progs work to your ad advantage.
vantage. advantage. There are many students
who take each prog so the curves
will generally have the right dis distribution
tribution distribution of grades. If you were
in a small class, with many small
classes having separate curves
you would have to compete more
for the higher grades because
there wouldn't be as many in
each grade category. With
several small classes it is likely
that the curves would vary from
class to class.
That situation is no indication
of your personal progress. Or
are you just interested in the
grade and not the knowledge?
Think about it next time.
BARB SHIREK, 3JM
ALLEGORY?
MR. EDITOR:
3 Today in the letters to the
Editor, I read a most unusual
comment by a certain student
of agriculture. He said, J. Ed Edgar
gar Edgar Hoover, whom I believe to
be the greatest living American
and is the preservation of law
and order in these great United
States.
Passing over the grammatical
incoherence of the words he
tossed together, I detected an in interesting
teresting interesting thought.
In Mr. Lamar Rous opinion,
J. Edgar Hoover not only pre preserves
serves preserves law and order but act actually
ually actually is the preservation of law
and order, personified in mortal
form. With such a flair for al allegory
legory allegory Mr. Rou would seem bet better
ter better suited for creative writing
than agriculture. I would suggest,
however, that before he leaves
the farm, he should learn how
to write a complete sentence.
J. THADDEUS TOAD, 3LW

DAVE DOUCETTE
Asst. News Editor
JOE TO EC BA
Feature Editor

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Lips. Diane Mims did.

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found that unusua 1 way to spend
Sunday afternoon. Theyve dis discovered
covered discovered Soex. More than trans transportation
portation transportation . more than just
exercise . its plain fui.
It mates you laugh. The Soex
Cycle Center offers daily, weekly
or quarterly rates which can be
applied to the purchase price, and
the resale value is very high.
Get hooked on a Sol ex today,
the safest way to take a trip.

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Donigans irresistable. It's a black crocheted ribbon
over crepe cocktail dress trimmed in Satin by R.K.
Originals. This fountain of youth is the ideal basic
black for that I just don't know what to wear"
occasion. Plan ahead now for the coming quarter's
events and avoid being caught at the last minute
empty-banded.



GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

for sale
PELICAN SAILBOAT (Dinghy
Class) with trailer. Top con condition.
dition. condition. Call Emily 378-4665 after
5:30. (A-38-st-p)
RADIO SUNGLASSES Quality
sunglasses with tiny 3 transis transistor
tor transistor radio built into frames.
Great for ball games, golf, hunt hunting,
ing, hunting, fishing, or any occasion.
Built in antenna, volume and
station controls. Battery smaller
than a dime gives amazing re reception.
ception. reception. Styles for men and wo women
men women (indicate which when order ordering).
ing). ordering). An ideal gift. $19.95 each
plus 90? tax and handling ex expense.
pense. expense. House of Earle, P.O. Box
13701, University Station, Gain Gainesville,
esville, Gainesville, Florida 32601/ (A-39-
st-pl
STUDENT GOING HOME must
sell: PERSIAN RUG, hand made
Silver Items, jewelry, etc. Mens
bicycle. Call 378-1024. 5-10p.m.
(A-40-st-p)
*64 VMW motorcycle R-50 in
excellent condition. Must sell
before Christmas. Call 481-2307!
(A-42-st-p)
1962 ALLSTATE VESPA, wind windshield,
shield, windshield, tag and buddy seat, good
condition, S9O; also 8 week old
Solex, original cost SIBO. Price
now $l2O. 376-8122. (A-42-3t-p)
1966 Motor Motorcycle.
cycle. Motorcycle. with
ver low SELL.
Now only $650 or best offer.
Call 378-5443 LATE NIGHTS. (A (A---
--- (A--- 3t-p)
GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPPIES
3 males and 3 females left. Both
only SSO. Just in time for Christ Christmas
mas Christmas Gifts. Call 378-5443 LATE
NIGHTS. (A-42-3t-p)
40 x 8 TRAILER for sale with
large 9 x 22 cabana, carpeted,
pot bellied stove. $1,500. Call
Betty 378-4578. (A-42-st-p)
for root
APARTMENT to sublet. Double,
one block off campus, January-
June, $187.50 per quarter, Cel Cellege
lege Cellege Terrace Apts. 12255 W First
Ave. Come by Room 204. (B (B---42-lt-p)
--42-lt-p) (B---42-lt-p)
SUBLET one bedroom apartment.
Jan. Aug. Furnished. Frederick
Garden Apartments. (B-42-6t-c)

/WINNER OF GRAND PRIZE'S
SATURDAY ,r w 9 m
SEDUCEDand fiJ4
ABANDONED && Ssunnav / y, 5 9:10
Melina Mercouri/Anthony Perkins
_________________ *
Raf Vallono
in Jules Dassins production of

for rent
oNE BEDROOM apartment in
quiet section, University Gar Gardens,
dens, Gardens, January-August, Central
air/heat, pool, bus, much more.
378-8592. $ 120/month. (B-38-5t-
FOR IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
one bedroom, air conditioned
apartment. Only one block from
campus. SBS per month. Call
Ray 376-2122. (B-41-3t-p)
THREE NEW MODERN two bed bedroom
room bedroom furnished apartments.
Available immediately. Owner
will rent for S7O per month un until
til until January 1. Rent after Janu January,
ary, January, $l4O per month. Call Ernest
Tew Realty, Inc. 376-6461. (B (B---41-st-c)
--41-st-c) (B---41-st-c)
SPLIT LEVEL Large one bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment to sublet. Air
conditioned, furnitured, washer
inside apartment. Close to cam campus.
pus. campus. Call anytime, 378-3025. (B (B---
--- (B---
FOR RENT: Housetrailer. 38 x
B*. Room for 2. $65/month. Trail Trailer
er Trailer park 3 miles from campus.
Call Art to see. 376-9256. (B (B-wanted
wanted (B-wanted
ONE FEMALE coed wanted to
live at Landmark Apartments
preferably between January,6B January,6B
- January,6B 6B. Call 378-6494. (C (C---
--- (C---
WANTED: Tickets to FSU Game.
Two or four together in west
stand only. Regular price. Call
378-8382. (C-42-lt-p)
WANTED: 2 adult tickets for
FSU game. Will pay any reason reasonable
able reasonable price. Alex Stone. 318 Tol Tolbert.
bert. Tolbert. 372-9220. (C-42-lt-p)
MALE ROOMMATE wanted air
conditioned apartment near Med
Center. S4O/month. Available
January 7. 376-8133. (C-42-5t-
P)
GRAD WANTED to share 2 man
house immediately (2 car gar garage
age garage and screened porch). $32.50
monthly. 210 SW 4th Avenue any
evening. (C-40-3t-p)
WANTED: One male roommate
for winter quarter in Frederick
Garden Apartments. Call 372-
7555. (B-42- 6t-c)

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i, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, November 22, 1967

help w.*nted
MODELS for future photographic
assignments. Must have good
personality, figure and face. Pre Prefer
fer Prefer over 21 and dnmarried.
Call Bill R. Horne, Roy '"reen
Studio, 372-4656 for an inter interview.
view. interview. (E-33-10t-c)
PART TIME Secretary Wanted,
presentable, unmarried young
lady (may be student). Speed
typing. Shorthand preferred, but
not required. Contact Brad Cul Culverhouse.
verhouse. Culverhouse. 372-2211. (E-37-13t (E-37-13tPART-TIME
PART-TIME (E-37-13tPART-TIME help. Need male
student experienced in fitting and
selling mens suits, slacks,
sports coats, etc. Excellent
working conditions, discount and
other benefits. Apply Wilson De Department
partment Department Stores, Inc. (E-41-st-c)
PART OR FULL TIME sales saleslady.
lady. saleslady. Apply Mr. Dougherty at
Rutherfords Jewelers, 103 West
University Avenue. (E-41-3t-c)
THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
has vacancies for qualified full fulltime
time fulltime clerks, secretaries and typ typists.
ists. typists. Good starting salaries plus
paid vacations and other fringe
benefits. Equal opportunity
employer. Come to or call the
Central Employment Office,
Building "E, Ext. 2645 to sched schedule
ule schedule tests and interview. (E-42-
tf-nc)

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ONE PERFORMANCE IJaILY!
| THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
I Doors Open 9:00 a.m. Show Starts 10:00 a.m.
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DAVID Q.SELZNICK liesentf of
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CARTOONS . .

autos
1965 PONTIAC LEMANS: 326
V-8, Hurst shift, wire wheels,
bucket seats, radio, heater,
yellow with black interior,
$1,500. Call 378-4117. (G-40-
3t-p)
j
VOLVO 1963, 122 S, 2 door,
original owner, excellent condit condition.
ion. condition. Radio and heater, clean
through out. $950. Call 378-2234.
(G-39-st-p)
4
1966 MUSTANG GT Fastback,
new tires, custom factory in interior,
terior, interior, steel-styled wheels, much
more, warranty. Priced to sell,
$1995.00. 378-8592. (G-38-st-p)
1966 OPEL KADETT Station
Wagon, 16,000 miles. Great
roomy family car. Excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Economical. Best offer.
Call 378-1320 evenings. (G-42-
2t-p)
Announces
the I
Tttaphona 378 3434 [ W
Runners-up IN THE I
TONY ROME
STAR CHAIR contest
2) Miss Jean Watson
3) Miss Diane Hoch I

autos
1965 CORVETTE STINGRAY
Excellent condition, has every
possible extra -two tops, air
conditioned, power steering, win windows,
dows, windows, brakes, antenna, AM-FM
radio, posi-traction, 327/350,
blue streak tires. $3,200 firm.
Call 378-5443 LATE NIGHTS or
write Box 546 Med Center. (G (G---42-3t-p)
--42-3t-p) (G---42-3t-p)
1964 CORVETTE Purr-feet
condition, 4 speed, both tops,
power steering, brakes and win windows,
dows, windows, AM-FM radio.s2,3so.Call
Ocala 622-3903. (G-42-3t-p)
real state |
SUBURBAN Heights. 8 1/2 rooms
and 2 1/2 baths. A.C. Shaded
lot. 2 years old. $27,900. 378-
2130. (I-38-st-p)
""aFTopen letter
Concerning the film
'THE TRIUMPH
OF THE WILL
V C
tfl
This Sunday, the Florida
Cinema Society will present
an actual Nazi documentary,
made by the Party in 1936
to introduce Hitler to the Ger German
man German people and to the world.
This film, which has often
been cited as the supreme
triumph of propaganda in the
motion picture medium, has
been under confiscation by the
U.S. Department of Justice
since 1941, and has only this
year been released for edu educational
cational educational showings by Univer University
sity University film societies.
The propriety of our show showing
ing showing such a film has been
questioned, and we would like
to publicly state our motives
and purposes. First, we are
an organization devoted to the
art of the motion picture, and
as such are interested in see seeing
ing seeing all the roads down which
it has traveled. This is jus justification
tification justification enough. However, a
larger motive is also involved.
We feel that The Triumph of
the Will is a timely study
in the possible effect of the
mass media. The almost hyp hypnotic
notic hypnotic rythm of this fil m causes
a response in persons of every
conviction. It is a political
appeal being made directly--
and effectively--to the emo emotions,
tions, emotions, prejudices, and desires
of every man. This is what
can be done with the medium
if it is in the control of a
narrow doctrine. We invite you
to this showing as a frighten frightening
ing frightening confirmation of Marshall
McLuhans words: THE ME MEDIA
DIA MEDIA OF FILM RECREATES
SO CLOSE AN APPROXIMA APPROXIMATION
TION APPROXIMATION OF LIFE THAT WE ARE
CONSCIENCE BOUND TO
accept it as fact.
Sunday,
November 26
3:00, 7:00, and 9:15
THREE SHOWS ONLY
AT THE UNION



GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

services
ALTERNATORS GENERATORS
STARTERS Electrical systems
tested repairs. Auto Electric
Service 603 SE Second St.
378-7330. (N- 36-ts-c)
lost-found
FOUND: Broken metal key con container.
tainer. container. Found 11-17 in parking
lot of Carolyn Plaza. 376-0522.
(L-41-3t-nc)

Why
So
Excited?
a
kSHuPpI
WHO KNOWS
It could be one of a thousand things. College is that kind of
life . Excitement, challenge and varied interests.
Why does she. like thousands of others, read the pages of
The Florida Alligator every morning . Looking at its
stories, its photos, its advertising?
L,
Ur 0
Because The Florida Alligator is an important part of her
college life. And an exciting one.

lost-found
LOST: Brown Briefcase along
13th Street or Archer Road. Con Contains
tains Contains papers, etc Call Don
372-5182 Please Return. Re Reward
ward Reward offered. (L-42-3t-p)
LOST Green Chesterfield coat
lost during Monday showing of
War and Peace. Reward. Call
Susan. 378-4069. (L-42-2t-p)
LOST: Two black hair falls in
bandana. Want them back des-,
perately. Leave message for Lee
King, 221 Yulee, 372-9166. Re Reward.
ward. Reward. (L-42-3t-p)

Wednesday, November 22, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

lost-found
LOST: Swiss watch, round face,
black leather band, in vicinity
of Anderson or Tigert. Reward.
Contact Rochelle, room 302, Twin
Towers, 376-1631. (L-40-3t-p)
REWARD: Two, ugly, oriental
temple dogs, one foot high, gray
concrete. Stolen Nov. 15. Reward
for info. Call Ext. 5326. (L-42-
3t-p)
personal
PILOTS: Membership in Tri Triangle
angle Triangle Flying Club available (Che (Cherokee
rokee (Cherokee 180 C, Autopilot Dual Omni,
Narco 360, King 90). Call 378-
4139. (J-41-3t-p)
FRI. NOV. 24
7:00-9:45
c;^'
THE II
4 HORSEMEN
SOFTHE I
APOCALYPSE I
CINEMASCOPE ME.fiQCOLOR
SAT. NOV. 25
7:00-9:10
h JERRY LEWIS
JANET LEIGH
pfenzuHii
\cr .''"COLOR / (A JERRY LEWIS PR 'IN V
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[ m W IWwrity I
SAT. SUN. and
THANKSGIVING
at 1:30-4:50-8:15
other days 1:30-
"STEVE McQUEEN
AT HIS BEST!"
NY TIMES
f ttkim, Ckmtr Twto |
2:35-4:51-7:07-9:23
EASILY ONE
OF thfbest
AMERICAN
PICTUR ES
i OF 1967"
\ Good
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NEWMaN
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personal
GERI ESTES for limited time
will give $18.50 frosting for
$12.50. Free haircut with price
of shampoo and set. 372-5549.
(J-38-st-cl
YACHT PARTY 100 foot luxury
yacht chartered for UF-UM Game
weekend. 10 double staterooms,
private baths and showers,
stereo, large bar, lots of
Party room.'Cost about $25/
person for weekend plus meals.
Call 376-4019. (J-41-st-pT

SATURDAY^
eihsiA
N.W.l3thStat 23rd Road
THROWS THE V V L. T **-*"jj t 434 l
WILDEST BEACH ~\ JkA I
PARTY SINCE jfi%\ I
THEY^VENTED
[IAMBAKiI
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ELVIS PRESIEY CLAMBAKE ELLEY FABARES I
WII L HIIICHINS BILL BIXBY GARY ME KRILL JAMES GREGORYS, /
FEATURE AT: 1:10 3:15 5:20 7:30 9:30
ii TECHNISCOPE" TECHNICOLOR' nunenu Twu< I
HELD OVER!
2nd Big Week
Open 6:30 Feature at 7:10 & 10:35
ElEff/
RTllpjl

personal
BAHAMA ISLAND Xmas Cruise.
The 100 foot luxury yacht VAGA VAGABONDS
BONDS VAGABONDS II is now available for
charter over X'mas Holidays. 10
double staterooms, private baths,
bar facilities, water skiing,fish skiing,fishing,
ing, skiing,fishing, etc. Cost is approximately
$25 per day per person, meals
included. Will Island Hop
throughout the Bahamas Islands.
Call 376-4019 to write P.0.80x
13926, Gainesville, Florida. (J (J---41-st-p)
--41-st-p) (J---41-st-p)



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!, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, November 22, 1967

and

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

ADMINISTRATIVE
NOTICES
PRIVILEGED REGISTRATION
Is being held through Nov.
22 for the Winter Quarter. Bills
will be mailed to privileged re registrants
gistrants registrants around Dec. 5 and
should be paid by Dec. 18. If
paid by Dec. 18, privileged re registrants
gistrants registrants will have the satisfact satisfaction
ion satisfaction of having completed their re registration
gistration registration and payment of fees
prior to Christmas and will,
therefore, avoid long payment
lines during regular registrat registration
ion registration at the Hub on Jan. 2 and 3.
Privileged registrants are urged
to mail fee payments, or utilize
the drop box at the Hub. By
spreading out the registration
impact, Student Depository
personnel will be able to pro provide
vide provide better service to the stu students.
dents. students.
FLORIDA BANKERS AS ASSOCIATION
SOCIATION ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP
LOANS: Nov. 30, is the dead deadline
line deadline for turning in applications
for FBA scholarship loans. TTiese
are open to students who are
Florida residents and who are
Interested in careers in com commercial
mercial commercial banking. For further in information,
formation, information, see Dr. Mathews,
Room 204 Matherly Hall.
THANKSGIVING HOLIDAYS:
Thursday f.nd Friday, Nov. 2s-24,
will be official holidays for
students, staff and faculty. The
holiday will begin after classes
on Wednesday, Nov. 22 and
classes will resume Monday,
Nov. 28. All offices will be closed
except those essential units which
will operate with a minimum
staff. Employees in these units
will be authorized to receive
equal time off as convenient
WINTER REGISTRATION: Stu Student
dent Student depository hours for the
winter registration period are
as follows: Regular Registrat Registration
ion Registration Tuesday, Jan. 2, from
8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Wednesday,
Jan. 3, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.f
Late Registration Thursday,
Jan. 4, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.;
Friday, Jan. 5, from 10 a.m.
to 3:30 p.m. There will be a drop
box at the Gym during regular
registration and a permanent
drop box is located at the Hub.
Students are urged to use these
drop boxes in making fee pay payments.
ments. payments. Effective Jan. 8, 1968,
Student Depository hours will be
fom 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
GENERAL
NOTICES
CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY TRIP:
The Program Staff of the Reitz
Union is sponsoring a trip to
New York, leaving Waldo Dec.
26 and returning Jan. 2, 1968.
The cost is $135 per adult and
$lO5 for children under 12. This
will include round-trip transpor transportation,
tation, transportation, hotel accommodations,
tours (New York, Lincoln Cen Center,
ter, Center, the UN) and three Broad Broadway
way Broadway shows. For further infor information
mation information call Mrs. Nita Hawkins,
ext. 2741, Program Office, Reitz
Union. Make reservations early
as there is a limited amount
of space available.
THANKSGIVING CAFETERIA
SCHEDULE: The following cafe cafeterias
terias cafeterias and snack bars will be
closed after lunch Wednesday
(N0v.22) and will reopen Sunday
afternoon: Graham, Hume, Jen Jennings

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA LIBRARIES SCHEDULE FOR THANKSGIVING HOLIDAYS
Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Nov. 22 Nov. 23 Nov. 24 Nov. 25 Nov. 26
College Library 8 a.m. -10 p.m. Closed 8:30 a.m. 5 p.m. 8:30 a.m. 5 p.m. 2-11 p.m.
Research Library 8 a.m. -10 p.m. Closed 8:30 a.m. 5 p.m. 8:30 a.m. 5 p.m. 2-11 p.m.
P.K.Y. Lib. of Florida History 8:30 a.m. 5 p.m. Closed 8:30 a.m. 5 p.m. Closed Closed
Special Collections 8:30 a.m. 5 p.m. Closed 8:30 a.m. 5 p.m. Closed Closed
Architecture & Fine Arts 8 a.m. 5 p.m. Closed Closed Closed 6-10 p.m.
Chemistry Library 8 a.m. 5 p.m. Closed Closed Closed 2-5 p.m. 7-10 p.m.
Education Library 8 a.m. 10:30 p.m. Closed 8:30 a.m. 5 p.m. Closed 2 10:30 p.m.
Engineering & Physics 8 a.m. 5 p.m. Closed Closed Closed 2-5 p.m. 7-10 p.m.
Health & Phys. Ed. R.R. 8 a.m. 5 p.m. Closed Closed Closed Closed
Health Center Library 8:30 a.m. -12 M Closed 8:30 a.m. 12 M 8:30 a.m. 5 p.m. 2-12 M
Hume 8 a.m. 5 p.m. Closed 8 a.m. 5 p.m. 8 a.m. 5 p.m. 7-10 p.m.
Journalism & Com muni cat. 8 a.m. 5 p.m. Closed Closed Closed Closed
Law Library 8 a.m. 11 p.m. Closed 8 a.m. 11 p.m. 8 a.m. 5 p.m. 8:30 11 p.m.
Mead Library 8 a.m. 4 p.m. Closed .Closed Closed Closed
Teaching Resources Center
Office 8 a.m. 5 p.m. Closed Closed Closed Closed
Record Room 8 a.m. 12, 1- 5 p.m. Closed Closed 1-5 p.m. 2 -5, 6- 10 p.m.
6-10 p.m.

nings Jennings and Rawlings. The Coed
Club and the Florida Room will
close after lunch Wednesday and
reopen at 7 a.m. Monday. The
main cafeteria and Campus Club
will close after lunch Wednesday
and reopen at 7 a.m. Saturday.
The Reitz Union Sanck Bar will
be open 8 a.m. -7 p.m. Thurs Thursday
day Thursday and Friday, with cafeteria
menu served in the snack bar.
The snack bar will go back on
its regular schedule Saturday.
ANNUAL BUSINESS PROCED PROCEDURES
URES PROCEDURES TRAINING COURSE will
be conducted by the Office of
Business Affairs on Nov. 27-29.
All interested administrative as assistants,
sistants, assistants, staff assistants, depart departmental
mental departmental secretaries and clerks
are invited to attend. Sessions
will be held from 9 a.m. to 12
noon in McCarty Hall Auditor Auditorium.
ium. Auditorium.

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BLUB BULLETIN

STUDENT I.D. PHOTO PHOTOGRAPHS
GRAPHS PHOTOGRAPHS will be taken Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday (Nov. 22) rather than Fri Friday.
day. Friday. from 8 a.m. to 12 noon
and may be picked up at 3 p.m.
REITZ UNION: The Browsing
Library and Music Listening
Rooms will be closed Wednesday,
Nov. 22, at 11 p.m. until Mon Monday,
day, Monday, Nov. 27, at 8 a.m.
CAMPUS
CALENDAR
Wednesday, November 22
Paint for Fun: art class, 118
Union, 7:30 p.m.
Young Democrats:: Tom Adams,
"Florida Under the Two Party
System, 349 Union, 7:30 p.m.

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

Bent Card Coffee House: aud auditions,
itions, auditions, 1826 W. Univ. Ave.,
8 p.m. Talent wanted, come by
or call Bob, 372-9663.
Florida Players: "Twelfth
Night, Constans Theater, 8:30
p.m.
Thursday, November 23
Baptist Student Center: Fellow Fellowship
ship Fellowship supper, 1604 W. Univ.
Ave., 5:30 p.m. Everyone wel welcome.
come. welcome.
Football Film: Fla. vs. Kentucky,
Union Aud., 8 p.m.
Friday, November 24
Univ. Chess Club: chess, 118
Union, 7 p.m.

Murphree Area Council Movie:
The Destroyers," Main cafe cafeteria,
teria, cafeteria, 7 & 9 p.m.
Union Movie: Four Horsemen
of the Apocalypse," Union
Aud., 7 & 9:45 p.m.
Bent Card Coffee House: folk
entertainment, readings and
discussions, 1826 W. Univ.
Ave., 9 p.m.
FLORIDA UNION BOX OFFICE
Tickets are now on sale for
Twelfth Night," Jacob La Lateiner,
teiner, Lateiner, pianist, & Masters and
the Myth.



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HOME ON THE RANGE
Its home on the range for Carol and
,Jackie Eckdahl as Carol casts a watchful
eye on hubbies football diet.
t-
Sporting Eckdahls
Are Gamey Gunners

By JANICE SIZEMORE
Campus Living Writer
Carol Eckdahl is not the typ typical
ical typical housewife type. She spends
her spare time with her quarter
backing husband hunting or fish fishing,
ing, fishing, depending upon the season.
Jackie, whose leg was broken
in practice several weeks ago,
is still able to hunt, tramp through
the woods, and climb fences, des despite
pite despite the cast, according to Carol.
I dated Jackie all through
high school and about two years
ago he bought me a 20-gauge
shotgun because we enjoyed hunt hunting
ing hunting so much. I have a new one
now- a double barrel, 16-gauge
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present from Jackie, she said
in what started out to be a recipe
interview.
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favorite dishes is roast duck.
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Wednesday, November 22, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

Mothers Role Is
Understanding

By BONNIE GRANAT
Alligator Correspondent
Grace Haft, chosen House Housemother
mother Housemother of the Year** at the Delta
Phi Epsilon National Convention
last August in Detroit, knows
very well what being a house housemother
mother housemother is. She says it isn't
just sitting at dinner with 80
girls and lending sanity to an
otherwise chaotic domicile.
To Aunt Grace," as she is
known to the sisters and pledges
of DPhiE, being a housemother
is much more than the average
person supposes."
Mrs. Haft has been the house housemother
mother housemother of the Deephers for ten
years. She has seen ten gradu graduating
ating graduating classes leave the home that
they loved and she also has seen
ten pledge classes enter the home
that they will love for four years.
To Mrs. Haft, her role as
housemother is one that most
people could not fill."
Without boasting, she said that
"understanding, love of youth,
patience and humor" in great
quantities are need for her job.
When a senior comes in on a
Friday night and complains that
the boys are too immature or
that she misses her boyfriend
in Fort Benning, what I must do
is just sit back, listen, and offer
some sensible yet comforting
words. If that doesn't cheer a
DPhiE up, then I give her some
oatmeal cookies and milk."
Mrs. Haft continued to describe
the attributes of a good house housemother
mother housemother and said that one cannot
be bitter at the loss of one's
youth, but must instead relive
and rejoice in the youth and
vibrancy of the young people
around the house. .and around
the world."
When you have 50 girls living
in the house, there are certain
things that you want to overlook,
and there are certain things that

you would like not to overlook,
but must. You want to overlook
the sororal conflict that always
occurs, but you don't want to
overlook the things you feel are
harmful to your girls. Tliere is
a definite line of demarcation
in respect to my responsibility
that has been established by the
University. But I care so much
about these girls, that I hate to
keep my mouth shut sometimes.
I take comfort in the fact that
these girls help each other, and
rarely get on the wrong track
in dating or in school.
Grace Haft, the darling of
the Deephers, knows well what
she is talking about. The shining
faces of the girls around her
reflect her love. And to them
she will always be Housemother
of the Year.

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The time is near again for the
annual battle for carving the
Thanksgiving turkey.
Here are a few carving tips
from Julian Moore, poultry spe specialist,
cialist, specialist, Florida Agricultural Ex Extension
tension Extension Service.
Let the turkey cool for about
20 minutes before you start to
carve. This allows the meat to
become firm and keeps the tur turkey
key turkey from falling apart during the
carving process.
Get a good hold on the bird
with a meat fork and use a
Be sure that your knife is of
good quality. You can't win with
a poor knife.
Now carve. Start by removing
the legs. Cut between the body
and thigh and break the joints
as you pull the legs off. Do
the same thing to remove the
wings. Slice the white meat by
cutting parallel to the back and
working forward. Make even
slices. Remember to put any
leftovers in the refrigerator as
'soon as possible to prevent
spoiling.

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f The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, November 22. 1967

Predicts
by Albert the Alligator as told to Bob Larec
Albert went crazy last week with an 18-2 record, bringing
his overall mark to 142-37-4 for a .793 percentage. Were still
trying to get over .800.
Good news for two Gator fans: There are two general admission
tickets, on the 40-yard line, available for the FSU-Florida game.
If youre interested, call 378-5675 Thursday or Friday and make
your bid.
This first game is a special one with some expert advice for
Ray Graves.
Florida over FSU lf the Gators will drop the linebackers
to cover for the pass, allowing the short run, and blitz on about
every fourth or fifth play, they will beat the girls 28-17.
Uncle Alberts Upsets of the week:
Miami over Notre Dame Have you ever known a Catholic
to come out ahead of a Jew?
Nebraska over Oklahoma -- This will make the Orange Bowl
a little rotten.
The other games look like this:
Colorado over Air Force -- Happiness is a female alligator.
Clemson over South Carolina lf any of you guys get lonesome
on the week-ends, TOUGH!!! (CENSORED)
Georgia over Georgia Tech -- I cant wait to get on the field
with those cheerleaders Saturday.
Houston over Tulsa Have you ever wondered where the
cheerleaders go at half-time? Last week I told you, but it was
censored.
Tennessee over Kentucky That idiot Padecky even looks
like a censor.
LSU over Tulane Strippers dont really wear pasties.
Minnesota over Wisconsin -- Those bright' things are the
results of colored silicone treatments.
Mississippi over Vanderbilt Gabby Hayes has capped teeth.
Penn St. over Pittsburgh -- Its too bad the Alligator cant
find anything better to fill up space besides insipid, asinine articles
about marijuana. So many words from so little research.
Washington over Wash. St. Harmon Wages for All-American.
UCLA over Syracuse The world is flat just look at the
girls.
Purdue over Indiana Steve Hull is joining Blue Ke y if you
cant beat 'em, join 'em.
Arkansas over Texas Tech -- Harold Aldrich is a midget in
disguise.
Illinois over lowa lts time to go for a swim in that cruddy
water in my cage.
Michigan St. over Northwestern Have a nauseous Thanks Thanksgiving
giving Thanksgiving se you at the game Saturday.
UF Rifles Blast Georgia
By JEFF DENKEWALTER
Alligator Sports Writer
With four team members breaking the 250 mark, the Florida
Rifles topped Georgia last Friday on the UF rifle range.
The Gator sharpshooters tallied a 1047 total to 1036 for the
Bulldogs.
Top gun for the Rifles was Toby Muir with a 273 total out of a
possible 300. Other Gator high scorers were Kerry Chatham with
a 263, Maury Morse with a 260 and Lynn Peoples with a 252.
Currently the Rifles sport an 8-1 mark.
I was pleased with the victory but I felt we could have fired a
better score, said Captain Tomm Smith, advisor to the Rifles.
Although our top shooters are performing well, this team still
lacks depth.
Last Saturday, the Gator marksmen opened competition in the
Intercollegiate International Rifle Varsity League. This postal rifle
league is sponsored by the National Rifle Association.
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'Orange Race Tightens

By PAUL KAPLAN
Assistant Sports Editor
Sigma Nu will retain their
Orange League lead, but their
failure to make the semi-finals
in football will result in a tight tightening
ening tightening in the run for the top spot.
As last weeks leaders, they
won two games in their bracket
and added 90 points to their 250
total. SAE, in second place as of
last week, will drop considerably
in the standings, as they failed to
win any of their three games.
Alpha Epsilon Pi, Kappa Alpha
and Phi Delta Theta all topped
the SAEs. The Phi Delts earned
the semi-final bid. Pi Lambda Phi
went undefeated and were the
only team to beat Sigma Nu.
Tau Epsilon Phi, last years
Presidents Cup winners, rolled
over ATO, Sigma Phi Epsilon and
Phi Kappa Tau on their way to
the semis.
Lambda Chi Alpha is the un unofficial
official unofficial winner of the fourth
bracket. They topped Delta Tau
Delta, Pi Kappa Alpha and Sigma
Chi. The contest with Sigma Chi
has been protested, however, and
there may be a runoff if it is
accepted.
Intramurals head Ray Roily Roilyson
son Roilyson says that the protest is
under consideration, and that it
could be decided in favor of
Sigma Chi.
Sigma Nu will have 340 points
going into the next sport. Pi Lam,
in fifth place after the first two
sports, will move up to second
unless Lambda Chi goes all the
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Phi Delt and TEP will both
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volleyball, the first two sports.
With 110 points in football,
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The pairings for the semi semifinals
finals semifinals on Monday afternoon will
bring Pi Lam and TEP together,
while Phi Delt and Lambda Chi
battle in the second match.
After football, bowling will take
the Orange League spotlight, as
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way halfway point in the eight-sport com competition.
petition. competition.
There are several houses
with real good teams, Rollyson
said. Pi Kappa Alpha, TEP,
Phi Kappa Tau and Pi Lam all
look strong.
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Watch For Offensive Spurts
As UF FSU Match Passing Arms

By 808 PADECKY
Alligator Sports Editor
This Saturdays Florida-
Florida State football game pro promises
mises promises to be an explosive one
on Florida Field at 2 p.m.
But this explosive?
At least seven touchdowns
will be scored in the game,
said Florida coach Ray Graves.
Graves does not make an idle
boast. FSU averages four TDs
a game, and UF three.
But Graves Gators and Bill
Petersons Seminoles bring of offensive
fensive offensive credentials into the game
necessary to score at least 17
times.
Present on the FSU squad will
be the nations No. 1 offensive
leader and the countrys top pass
catcher. This current Seminole
team, 6-2-1 on the year, have
broken or equalled 20 school
records.
On the UF side, the South Southeastern
eastern Southeastern Conferences prestige
will be at stake. Present are
the SECs top offense and its top
runner.
UF No. 18
FSU No. 16
First place votes and won wonlost-tied
lost-tied wonlost-tied record in parentheses:
Team Points
1. xSo. Cal. (21) (9-1) 314
2. Tennessee (7) (7-1) 277
3. Purdue (5) (8-1) 259
4. UCLA (7-1) 251
5. Oklahoma (1) (7-1) 144
6. Notre Dame (7-2) 127
7. xWyoming (10-0) 118
8. xOregon State (7-2-1) 90
9. Alabama (7-1-1) 82
10. Miami (6-2) 38
Second 10 11, Pen State (33);
12, Houston (29); 13, Minnesota
(26); 14, Indiana (19); 15, Georgia
(13); 16, tie, Florida State, Mis Missouri
souri Missouri (10); 18, tie, Syracuse,
Florida (4); 20, Colorado (3).
Others receiving votes Arizona
State, Army, Yale.
x Completed season.

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And all this gold will be viewed
by an expected record Florida
Field crowd of over 62,000.
Florida State quarterback Kim
Hammond, a bench-rider the past
seasons, has blossomed into a
Heisman Trophy candidate in his
senior year. Hammond leads the
country in total offense with 1,915
yards.
Hammonds chief target, flank flanker
er flanker Ron Sellers, is the countrys
top receiver with 63 receptions.
Florida is the SECs most
productive offense, averaging 373
yards a game in its 6-2 season.
FSU is averaging 382. And the
Gators top running back is the
SECs best too. Tailback Larry
Smith has gained 635 yards in
167 attempts for a 3.8 average
a try.
The Gators may have the SEC's
top offense but FSU has gained
more yards and scored more
points. Because of the prolific
passing punch of Hammond to
Sellers, FSU is rated a touch touchdown
down touchdown favorite.
But Graves believes the Gators
can beat a passing attack that
has gained over 70 percent of
FSUs total yardage.
With a team that passes as
much as that, said Graves,
there is a great chance for
them to have an off day.
But we expect them to com complete
plete complete a lot of passes on us,
said Graves, I just hope we
can come up with the big play.
The big play for Graves
is the pass interception. The UF
defense did it six times against
Kentucky last Saturday.
The Gators knew Wildcat quar quarterback
terback quarterback Dave Bair. But they dont
know Hammond. Hammond,
riding the bench the past two
years, never played against Flo Florida.
rida. Florida.
But youve got to admire a
boy that comes from the bench
and does the job hes doing this
year, commented Graves.

The Gators will be the same
Florida fans have seen in earlier
home games.
We completely revamped our
offense game plan, said Graves,
there will be plenty of new
wrinkles.
But I know FSU will try to
do the same thing, added
Graves.
Bowl talk has been heard in
Gatorland, the possibility that
the Gators will either go to
the Gator or Sun Bowls if they
beat FSU. But bowl games have
been the farthest thing from the
team's mind.
The 'Florida Bowl is the only
thing weve been thinking about,
said Graves.
Graves has got a lot of men
thinking about FSU. In fact, all
of Floridas injured players will
dress and be ready for the Semi Seminoles,
noles, Seminoles, except quarterback Jackie
Eckdahl.
That includes end George Dean
who was injured early in the sea season.
son. season. More recent returnees to
the battlefield will be quarter quarterback
back quarterback Larry Rentz, fullback Gra Graham
ham Graham McKeel and linebacker
Wayne McCall. McKeel and Mc-
Call will take over their roles
as.team co-captains.
Rentz was the big questionmark
for Graves. But Graves reports
the Blade has been running
at full speed this week and will
be able to take over from Harmon
Wages.
Guy Dennis, another casualty,
will suit up his 250-pounds and
start from his left guard slot.
Defensive halfback Steve Tan Tannen,
nen, Tannen, who will carry much of
the load in covering the elusive
Sellers, was on crutches Mon Monday
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said Tannen should shed the ex excess
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and Sellers.
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Wednesday, November 22, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

Judo Gators Finish Third
TALLAHASSEE The UF Judo Team finished third in the
Southeastern Invitational Judo Tournament held in Tallahassee last
Sunday.
The Gators were paced by heavyweight Nelson Mallo who took
the unlimited crown and Keith Tenent who finished fourth in the
205 lb. class.
FSU and St. Pete Jr. College finished ahead of the Gators in
team competition while Leonard Carter of Charleston, S.C. took
the overall championship.
Participating teams came from throughout Florida, Georgia and
South Carolina.
Don't just sit there,
Wallace Middendorp.
Make a noise. Or drink
What did you do m
when Joe (Boxcar)
Brkczpmluj was
football team just | I
because he flunked IfeBBBaMHH
of four I 1
What
did you do, Wallace
Middendorp?
And when the
school newspaper's WALLACE MIDDENDORP SAT HERE
editors resigned in
protest because The Chancellor wouldn't allow the
publication of certain salacious portions of
"Night In a Girl's Dormitory"
I m you just sat, didn't you?
1 You've made a mockery of your
I life, Wallace Middendorp!
U You're a vegetable.
Protest, Wallace Middendorp.
Lm|J Take a stand. Make a noise!
Or drink Sprite, the noisy soft
Open a bottle of Sprite at
the next campus speak-out. Let
g \ it fizz and bubble to the
Let its lusty carbonation
#yKl4 bWW echo through the halls of ivy.
Let its tart, tingling
exuberance infect the crowd
1a 00M with excitement.
T 0 J Do these things, Wallace
Middendorp. Do these things,
SPRITE. SO TART and what big corporation is
AND TINGLING. going to hire you?
WE JUST COULDNT
KEEP IT QUIET.

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