Citation
The Florida alligator

Material Information

Title:
The Florida alligator
Alternate title:
Summer school news
Alternate title:
University of Florida summer gator
Alternate title:
Summer gator
Alternate Title:
Daily bulletin
Alternate Title:
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Alternate Title:
Orange and blue bulletin
Alternate Title:
Page of record
Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
Publisher:
the students of the University of Florida
Publication Date:
Frequency:
Daily except Saturday and Sunday (Sept.-May); semiweekly (June-Aug.)[<1964>-1973]
Weekly[ FORMER 1912-]
Weekly (semiweekly June-Aug.)[ FORMER <1915-1917>]
Biweekly (weekly June-Aug.)[ FORMER <1918>]
Weekly[ FORMER <1919-1924>]
Weekly (daily except Sunday and Monday June-Aug.)[ FORMER <1928>]
Semiweekly[ FORMER <1962>]
Weekly[ FORMER <1963>]
daily
normalized irregular
Language:
English
Physical Description:
v. : ; 32-59 cm.

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates:
29.665245 x -82.336097

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note:
Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note:
Has occasional supplements.
Funding:
Funded by Van Dyke Endowment for the Libraries in support of teaching, research, acquisitions, preservation and programs in the Libraries

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
Copyright The Independent Florida Alligator. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.
Resource Identifier:
000972808 ( ALEPH )
01410246 ( OCLC )
AEU8328 ( NOTIS )
sn 96027439 ( LCCN )

Related Items

Preceded by:
Orange and blue
Succeeded by:
Independent Florida alligator

Full Text
Weather
Partly Cloudy
High 70-75
Low 48-50

Vol. 60, No. 48

UF Students
Demonstrate
Against ROTC
By DIANE MIMS
Alligator Staff Writer
Armed with a loudspeaker and
printed hand outs, four UF stu students
dents students broadcasted their opposit opposition
ion opposition to compulsory ROTC Thurs Thursday
day Thursday afternoon outside the gate
to the drill field.
Air Force cadets on their way
to the one-hour-a-week drill
practice, refused the hand outs
while listening to the booming
protest.
The loudspeaker resumed the
protest after the drill practice.
The uniformed cadets ignored
the protestors for the second
time.
You can get kicked oul of
school for not cutting your hair,
claimed long haired and bearded
protestor, Robert Fierstein, lUC
from Ft. Lauderdale.
* Fierstein (who is enrolled in
the Army ROTC program) added
that ROTC is the only course
at UF wherein if a student is
dropped twice he is suspended.
Why ROTC? is the title of
the protest material, which aims
its criticism toward the nine
members of the Board of Regents.
(SEE ROTC PAGE 3)

CollinsTo Start Campaign
ForSenate In January

Former Florida Gov. Leoy
Collins, already an active can candidate
didate candidate for the U.S. Senate seat
Shepherd
Urges Care
Os Machines
A plan to change the filthy
conditions of vending machines
on campus was announced Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday by student body president
Charles Shepherd.
Shepherd said he made an in informal
formal informal wager with the manage management
ment management of Wometco Vending Co.
to improve the operation and con condition
dition condition of Wometcos machines.*
If Wometco places new mach machines
ines machines in the west side of Hume
Hall, and if they stock the mach machines
ines machines properly, there will be no
abuse by students, Shepherd
said.
Shepherd agreed to help the
Wometco personnel in removing
all the machines from the west
side of Hume Hall, if student
abuse continues.
Wometco recently blamed the
condition of their machines on
student abuse.
Instead of making excuses,it
would seem to me the more pro proper
per proper route would be to eliminate
the cause, Shepherd said.
Shepherd also said he is count counting
ing counting on students living in Hume
to help him as well as other
UF students win this wager,
and improve the condition of the
machines.

The
Florida Alligator

Mb jMMML ; >' s
-
***
f Jk 1 V
~ >fl I v
jffllfijas g 1^:?X-''*
...
> v : v:^ : WM |iliftv

ROTC PROTEST
Robert Fierstein, lUC, hands anti-ROTC mat materials
erials materials to an unidentified ROTC student Thurs Thursday
day Thursday afternoon.

now held by George Smathers,
will officially kick off his cam campaign
paign campaign in late January, 1968.
The tentative date for the cam campaign
paign campaign kick-off, according to atop
Collins aide, is Thursday, Jan.
25.
According to Collins, campaign
contributions have already begun
to pour in from all parts of Flo Florida.
rida. Florida.
The ex-governor has stated
that he expects Earl Faircloth,
Floridas attorney general, to be
his chief opponent in the Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic primary and Republican
Congressman Edward Gurney to
be the Democratic nominees
competitor in the state election.
However, others in the Collins
camp see the race from other
points of view.
At this point I dont know if
we have any serious opponent in
the Democratic primary, said
Joseph Grotecut, an assistant to
Collins for the past twelve years.
Concerning the identity of the
Republican nominee, Grotecut
said, I think that is a problem
for the Republican party, but I
would say from what Ive read
and heard that it would be either
Mr. Gurney of Orlando or Mr.
Cramer (Bill) of St. Petersburg. 1
Cramer, like Gurney, is a Rep Republican
ublican Republican member of the U.S. House
of Representatives.
According to Collins, a formal
announcement of intent to seek

THE SOUTHEASTS LEADING COLLEGE DAILY

University of Florida, Gainesville

an office has become secondary
to the campaign itself. It is ne necessary
cessary necessary for a candidate to ac actually
tually actually seek the office and not to
necessarily talk about the possib possibilit^hani^i^run^Collinssaid.
ilit^hani^i^run^Collinssaid. possibilit^hani^i^run^Collinssaid.

Group Approves
Standards Board
By ORVAL JACKSON
United Press International
ORLANDO Creation of a professional standards board to de develop
velop develop policies and standards for teachers gained the approval of the
governors Commission on Quality Education here today.
The professional standards board was a key demand by the Flo Florida
rida Florida Education Association.
But the FEA failed to gain approval for a recommendation which
would have made it mandatory for local school boards to set up
definite involvements of teachers in policy-making matters.
This recommendation was tabled for further discussion. The com commission
mission commission ypted down in the second of a three-day meeting here a
recommendation which would have eliminated the minimum salary
guarantees now provided by the state. The finance subcommittee
had recommended that the teacher salary scale be determined on
a local level.
The professional standards board would be established by a law
with the State Legislature outlining the structure of the board.
As envisioned the board would have the responsibility of devel developing
oping developing policies and standards related to licensure of teachers, cer certification
tification certification requirements, teacher training program both pre-service
and professional development, staff utilization, evaluation process,
and research and development.
The discussion of the professional standards board touched off
a brief dispute between Art Hays, head of the Classroom Teachers
Association of the FEA, and Rep. Robert Mann of Tampa.

Prexy Speaks
On Problems
At Assembly

By FRED McNEESE
Alligator Staff Writer
President StephenC. OConnell
said Thursday he will speak
briefly about the Jones tenure
case before a general assembly
of the UF faculty and admin administration
istration administration today at 3:30 p.m.
The general assembly, which is
usually held once each school
year was called only last week.
Most of the university faculty was
informed of todays meeting on
Wednesday.
OConnell said he would also
discuss the budgetary problems
of the university. He said Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday that the the shortage of
money was one of his primary
problems as head of the states
largest university.
OConnell, in his first address
to the entire faculty, will also
speak on the need for greater
communication among faculty,
students and administration.
Earlier Thursday, the Senate
Committee on Academic Free Freedom
dom Freedom and Tenure met in a closed
session to discuss the Jones case.
In a press statement prepared
by the committee and given to the
Alligator by Dr. Paul L. Hanna,
professor of social science, the
committee said it met and gave
preliminary consideration to a
petition from Professor Marshall
Jones asking for a hearing con concerning
cerning concerning his denial of tenure.
A three member subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee was appointed to give more

Inside
Trapp Named
Mr. Offense
See Page 16

Friday, December 1, 1967

detailed examination to Pro Professor
fessor Professor Jones petition and to ar arrange,
range, arrange, in conjunction with Pro Professor
fessor Professor Jones and the university
administration, hearings in the
matter at a mutually satisfact satisfactory
ory satisfactory time.
After the conclusion of hear hearings,
ings, hearings, findings and recommend recommendations
ations recommendations will be transmitted to the
university president.
The com mittee, a presidential
board, acts only in an advisory
capacity to the president. OCon OConnell
nell OConnell said Wednesday that he would
reopen the case if the committee
found evidence of denial of ac academic
ademic academic freedom in the Jones
case.
Jones has repeatedly said that
results of the committee hear hearing
ing hearing might be inconclusive. Jones
has said the committee would al almost
most almost be forced to subpoena past
president J. Wayne Reitz, a po power
wer power which it does not have.
Jones Calls
For Union
Os UF Profs
Dr. Marshall Jones called for
the formation of a facult 1
union at UF next quarter that
will strike the place cold if
necessary.
There are two or three dozen
faculty members who have ex expressed
pressed expressed a desire to form such
a union, Jones said.
He said that the union, as yet
in the discussion stages, would
eventually affiliate with the
Florida Education Association or
more likely the American Fed Federation
eration Federation of Teachers.
Jones spoke Tuesday night to
approximately 400 students at
Florida State University. He was
greeted outside the auditorium by
students carrying Support Jones
for Tenure posters.
Jones urged that idealistic pro professors
fessors professors climb down from their
ivory towers, and give up some
of the pretenses of being faculty
members.
He cited the tendency of many
professors to look down on or organizations
ganizations organizations such as the Florida
Education Association. Faculty
members, he said, must recog recognize
nize recognize that we may have to strike.
Faculty members have been
discontent for a long time, ac according
cording according to Jones, but it is only
recently they have begun to pro protest
test protest partly because we have lost
confidence in the business order
of this country that has run our
affairs for us.
Jones also blamed the sense senseless
less senseless involvement in Vietnam and
the foreign policy in general,
for the current faculty unrest.
There is only one thing to
do and that is to form a union,
said Jones.



Page 2

!, The Florida Alligator, Friday, December 1, 1967

Bulletin News
State, National, International News
2 Guns Used In Deaths
DAYTONA BEACH (UPI) Police disclosed today that two youths
found shot to death along the Florida ocean highway were slain with
different guns, indicating more than one killer was involved.
Identities of the victims have not been positively established.
An autopsy conducted on the victims showed they had been killed
by two different pistols.
Gator Saving Bill Approved
WASHINGTON (UPI) A congressional subcommittee approved a
bill Wednesday to protect alligators and other species in danger of
becoming extinct.
The bill was seen as a major step toward protecting the allig alligator,
ator, alligator, which is being illegally slaughtered, particularly in Florida,
by poachers who sell the hides for fashionable leather goods.
Cyprus Crisis Ends
CYPRUS (UPI) The two week old Cyprus crisis that brought
Turkey and Greece close to war ended today.
U.S. presidential envoy Cyrus R. Vance whose untiring efforts
were credited in large part with averting war flew home after telling
newsmen:
Peace was secured. My job is done and Im going home.
Kirks Gone Again
TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Gov. Claude Kirk made an unannounced
trip to New York yesterday to attend the annual Lane Bryant Awards
luncheon at the Plaza Hotel.
Kirk returned from New York Wednesday night to speak at a
dinner in Miami, then flew to Tallahassee, where he spent the night.
He left for New York again at 9 a.m. yesterday.
The governor, who spent Monday and Tuesday on speaking engage engagements
ments engagements in New England, was in New York Wednesday meeting with
the editorial board of a national magazine, an aide said.
6 Colleges Accredited

DALLAS (UPI) -- Three sen senior
ior senior colleges and three junior col colleges
leges colleges in Florida were approved
Wednesday for membership in
the Southern Association of Col Colleges
leges Colleges and Schools.
The association admitted 11
colleges and 1 junior colleges

fPh Alan's Can Help
Get You Through
Long Nights Study
Dont Ignore those hunger pains when youre studying. Order
out from Alan's Cubana. You won't lose any valuable time, and
you'll study better after enjoying a delicious sandwich or pizza
from Alan's. You can order soft drinks, salads and desserts
from Alan's, too. Last delivery 12:30 A.M. FREE CAMPUS
DELIVERY.
ALAN'S CUBANA
Mr. Sandwich Shop #1 Carolyn Plaza
Phone 376-1252 or 378-1230
Opening Soon-Cubana #2 Alans Tavern
i (Formerly the "Pub")
Tkt Florida Alligator reserves the right to regulate the typographical tone of all advert advertisements
isements advertisements and to revise or turn away copy which It considers objectionable.
NO POSITION IS GUARANTEED, though desired poaition will be given whenever
possible
The Florida Alligator will not consider adjustments of payment for any advertisement
Involving typographical errors or erroneous Insertion unless notice Is given to the Ad Advertising
vertising Advertising Manager within (1) one day after advertisement appears. The Florida Alligator
will not be responsible for mor* than one Incorrect Insertion of an advertisement scheduled
to run several times. Notices for correction must he given before next Insertion.
THE FLOKIDA ALI.IGATOH Is the official student newspaper of the University of
Florida and Is published five times weekly except during May, June, and July when
It Is published semi-weekly. Only editorials represent the official opinions of their authors.
Address correspondence to The Florida Alligator, Florida Union Building, University
of Florida, Gainesville, na 32C01. The Alligator Is entered as second class matter
at the United States Post Office at Gainesville.

to its ranks, including Florida
Atlantic University of Boca Ra Raton,
ton, Raton, New College of Sarasota,
St. Leo College, Marymount Jun Junior
ior Junior College of Boca Raton, Ok Okaloosa
aloosa Okaloosa Walton Junior College of
Valparaiso and Polk Junior Col College
lege College of Bartow Winter Haven.

Army General Describes
Vietnam As A Paradox

By CLIFF SCHULMAN
Alligator Correspondent
Maj. Gen. Stanwix-Hay pic pictured
tured pictured the Vietnam war as the
most paradoxical conflict in
this nations history while ad addressing
dressing addressing combined members of
the Army and Air Force advanced
ROTC cadets Wednesday and
Thursday in Walker Auditorium.
The general, a UF graduate
in 1931, spoke on Logistics in
Vietnam. He is the Deputy As Assistant
sistant Assistant Secretary of Defense
(Materiel).
The general chose not to deal
with the combat side of the Viet Vietnam
nam Vietnam war, but to examine the
materiel aspect of the conflict.
It (Vietnam) is probably the
most publicized war thatthe Uni United
ted United States or any other country
has ever fought, he said, but
it remains for many, a confus confusing
ing confusing and unfamiliar kind of con conflict.
flict. conflict.
Economically, the general
singled out Secretary of Defense
Robert S. McNamara as being
the guiding force in saving the
countrys economy from suffer suffering
ing suffering from the war.
Militarily, the general made
the United States position clear.
We in the West do not want
to escalate the war, he said.
Had we (U.S.) not done what we
did militarily in 1965, South Viet Vietnam
nam Vietnam would have been
overrun and fallen into the com communist
munist communist orbit.

DON'T MISS
The
Medical Center Bookstores
. . ; V '\s
Semi Annual
BOOK SALE
Dec. 4, 5 and 6
Tj
2nd floor in front of Auditorium
9 am 4pm

Hanoi, however, doubts our
willpower and not our military
might according to the General.
Hanoi is well aware it can cannot
not cannot defeat us, the general said.
It hopes to outlast us.
Recent conflict in Defense De Department
partment Department figures for combat and
supporting personnel were clear cleared
ed cleared up by the general when he

. e BEEF HAMBURGERS 12$
(U.S. GOVERNMENT INSPECTED)
Breakfast I
>erv^ i^An^mie^^Jj
_ m The Mutual Life
jT Insurance Company
iwl I of New York
Enters The Insurance Premium
Financing Market!
v
The Oldest Mutual Life Insurance Co.
in America offers a new low cost plan
of Financed Personal Protection
SEE
Arnie Zimmerman 66 Bill Gregg 67
or
Phone 372-3493

cited U.S. combat strength as
235,000, and support strength at
240,000.
The dollar cost of the ammu ammunitions
nitions ammunitions supplied to Vietnam was
cited as $13.2 million per dav.
The cost in human lives thus
far in the war was placed at
14,800 since the start of United
States involvement.



. (. $3 y, y2j? -'jyi- 1 s -,*'rfaf, ''-- r,kV-m >
awrimSr. ::./BHHPL __ .aPBESfif -^i
IT'S THAT TIME AGAIN
Preparing lights for Sunday nights Christ Christmas
mas Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony are, from left
to right, Janie Wanless, Marlyn Pancratz,
and Linda Web. The ceremony is set for
10:30 p.m. at the University Auditorium.
JESSE BURT SAYS
Teaching Jobs
May Be Hurt

Jesse W. Burt, state director
of teacher recruitment, said re recently
cently recently that answers to Floridas
education needs are not found by
the special legislative session
scheduled for January, both in instate
state instate and out-of-state recruiting
will suffer.
As it is now/. he said, we
have to hire 60 per cent of our
teachers from other states. One
'MythsShow
To Open
Masters and the Myth, pre presenting
senting presenting scenes demonstrating the
approach of great dramatists to
the same legend, will open to tonight
night tonight at 8 oclock in University
Auditorium.
Students will be admitted free
of charge. Faculty and staff ad admission
mission admission is $1.50, and admission
for the general public is $2.50.
Other students who will be ad admitted
mitted admitted free include those from
Santa Fe Junior College, Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville High School, and P. K.
Yonge High School.

ROTC Protestors

mmmmm
The board has the ultimate
power to revoke compulsory
ROTC and make it voluntary.
According to the hand out,
every time there has been a
student referendum, overwhelm overwhelming

ROBBIES I
QllSandwicheJ
[color t.v. & billiardsH
[l7l W. University Ave.l
I 'On The Gold Coast 1 I

problem is that not all graduat graduating
ing graduating teachers enter the profession,
he said. Some go into industry,
while others go to graduate school
or teach in other states.
For this school year, Florida
had to hire 11,328 new teachers.
However, Florida graduates
only between 3,500 and 4,000
new teachers each year, he con continued.
tinued. continued. Teacher conditions must
be improved, both image-wise
and dollar-wise.
In reference to the special ses session,
sion, session, Burt said the next few
months will be particularly im impressionable
pressionable impressionable to prospective tea teachers.
chers. teachers. They have a wait-and wait-andsee
see wait-andsee attitude, he said. They
want to see the education climate
improve.
Burt said the sanctions im imposed
posed imposed by the FEA this summer
spotlighted Floridas problems in
education. They showed the need
for improved facilities and sa salaries,
laries, salaries, more materials and sup supplies,
plies, supplies, a lower teacher-pupil
ratio, and an improved image for
teaching as a career.
I can foresee the time when
salaries will be increased to meet
the supply and demand, he said.
* Teaching is not a profession that
will lie dormant. It offers stud-

ing overwhelming opposition to compulsory
ROTC was the result. The last
submitted referendum was this
quarter.
The Faculty Senate voted to
make ROTC voluntary last year,
and Pres. J. Wayne Reitz sup supported
ported supported the decision. But the Board
of Regents vetoed the suggestion.

TOP SELLING LPs
Regular $3.79 54.79

THE SUPREMES
HOHAND-wSS-HOIIAND
ou<*HwmNo< **** **,*>ohm
L Spa # awY O
mm
flgpM

. -ii
m. 1 1 ,x j 31 PP
WM I m % Hi
it**
f.... jjHHS
PI wmwwi,
PMPrriKTT
PL^UjflaUitf^W'
WT I L Jm.
Ks. . j lB r*
~
ML w

-. A Jmxol SuE
RiHuP' JT;
J

While They Last
$1.77
... ' ' '
p 0 (. 0 )
v /
Just West of Carolyn Plaza
1638 W. University Ave.

mV m f ilsf j
' I
iJL

THESE GREAT NAATES

Dionne Warwick
The Doors
Four Tops
Frank Sinatra
Tommy Jamer
Aretha Franklin

o*Ki. Mono* Pictvke Sound ikack
.WNl* W*i
PIUS MANY OTHERS

Righteous Brothers
Johnny Rivers
The Happenings
Leslie Gore
The Brass Rings
Connie Francis

ItUWTM /W)Wf St> * iS3BSi§ I
m. t!y3MHBiMBiIOO i

Friday, December 1, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

"5 j
I

The Animals
Johnny Mathis
Ray Charles
Roy Orbison
Kingston Trio
Dusty Springfield

Sam the Sham
tfene Pitney
Brook Benton
Wes Montgomery I
Smothers Brothers
Jackie Wilson

IHI

Page 3



:, The Florida Alligator, Friday, December 1, 1967

Page 4

CAMPUS
EVENTS
By DAVID CHAFIN
IN LESSONS LEARNED FROM
FIVE DAYS WITH CONSTANTI CONSTANTIOPLE
OPLE CONSTANTIOPLE SMITH: Florida Players
. puts on three one-act plays to tonight
night tonight in the Constans theater at
p.m.
IN GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
-- MOVIE CAPITAL OF THE
WORLD: UF becomes a little
Hollywood this weekend as six
movies are offered for the dis discriminating
criminating discriminating viewer (or the drunk
trying to sleep it off). The movies:
1) She, a fold-out epic star starring
ring starring Ursula Undress, Reitz
Union, 7 and 9:15 Friday night,
2) Three on a Couch, no com comment
ment comment available (thank goodness),
Murphree area movie, Main
Cafeteria, 7 and 9 p.m. Friday
night,
3) 7 Days in May, story
of a loveless affair between the
civilian government and some
grown-up ROTC drop-outs who
never learned military ethics,
Tolbert area movie offering at
8 oclock tonight,
4) A Very Private Affair,
Tolbert Area movie at 10 to tonight,
night, tonight, 5) Our Man Flint, a
lighter-fluid fable in the Union
Auditorium at 7 and 9:05 Satur Saturday
day Saturday night, and 6) Films from the
Union Film Committee, begin
Sat. 6 p.m. and lasts till 12
p.m. Saturday.
IN GREAT MUSIC: The Music
Department preforms its bi-an bi-annual
nual bi-annual presentation of Handels
Messiah in the Florida Gym
at 4 p.m. Sunday.
UF Magazine
Now On Sale
The second issue of The
Florida Quarterly, the univer universitys
sitys universitys official literary magazine,
is off the press.
The magazine was placed on
sale this morning at The Hub
and at the Comprehensive English
office at Anderson Hall, Room
207.
Copies of the issue will be
sent out to the magazines nearly
500 subscribers, said Editor
Martin Curry.
Cost of the magazine is sl.

T.V. LOG
2 4 9 12 5 COUCH'S
*7gwm PHONO'S
7-sis) Westerners V*iuv Flying Nun Jerry Lewls
/suu viuey The Celebrity
Softball Game D .. ..
7:30 Ikm. Freedoms CWto Jer ry Lewi, Gainesville* ~ BUY
Finest Hour be Ule %
8:00 Ttrzsn **** movie Bombers B-52 Largest Selection £ r 6
8:30 st,r Trek pyl> **> WayS
9:00 Btar Trek MOVIE Hondo Chore
Accidental Guns of BET § 90 Day
9:30 pltW F No Interest
*0:00 SameMud J * ££ss!? same Mud, Layaway Plan
10-30 Same BloOd American same Blood Zenith Bandshell Portable Phono
Profile .... a The CHORDETTE Xso Slim, trim cabinet styling.
C7l tt Wrap Portamatic record changer with lightweight tone arm.
11*00 News News News News Q|o Zenith quality speaker. Separate volume and tone
' UUT JOICS controls. Cabinet colors: Blue, Beige, Off-White.
11:30 ggg, The Other Love JpayUhop " IV $44.95
Performance Guaranteed By
fearless forecast Couch's Own Service Department
Two specials provide a break from studying for finals tonight. Freedoms Finest
Hour* and Same Mud, Same Blood are along similar lines, both deal with tAmerican a
wars, the first with the revolution and the second with CVUCI I *7 GAINESVILLE, FLA.

TUMBLEWEEDS

'1
/ / X^GOTANYTH
U (for a HEAPACHE?y

Dean Hale To Read
'Christmas Carol 1

Uncle Scrooge, Tiny Tim, and
the whole gang will be rolled up
in one next Monday night, Dec.
4, when Dean Lester L. Hale
delivers the 34th Annual Christ Christmas
mas Christmas Carol.
The Sigma Nu sponsored
event, a tradition on the UF cam campus
pus campus since 1932 will begin at
7:30 p.m. in the University Au Auditorium.
ditorium. Auditorium.
Accompanied by the Sigma Nu
Singers, Dean Hale will tell
Charles Dickens immortal hol holiday
iday holiday tale of the crabby old her hermit
mit hermit on Christmas Day.
The event has filled the aud auditorium
itorium auditorium annually with students,
faculty and townspeople, said Ro-

NO ADVICE!
1 just an exciting announcement
(the biblical word for an exciting
announcement is good news
or gospel.)
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
3146 N.W, 13th Street 376-5654
$$ # SPEND
ONE MOMENT
On Gator Advertisments
And Save DOLLARS


WHAT TYPE HEAPACHE? THERE'S ALL
KINDS!. .THE PULL THROBBING, THE
SICKENING MIGRAINE, THE SIMPLE
SI NOS... I GOTTA KNOW WHAT KINP.'
12-1 r'

bert Hess, chairman of this
years show.
We think it pretty much shows
that the Christmas spirit is un universal
iversal universal andthatit will never die.
Hale, who is noted for the
enthusiasm which he injects in the
reading, has a Ph.D. in speech
and has been the winner of se several
veral several coveted oratory awards.
The readings originated in
1929, when Dean Walter J, Ma Matherly,
therly, Matherly, brought the tradition to
campus from the University of
North Carolina.
Dean Hale, the UFs Vice-Pre Vice-President
sident Vice-President of Student Affairs, has read
the carol for the last 28 years.
There will be no charge for ad admission.
mission. admission.

I Services Set For Sunday
A memorial service for the late Rembert W. Patrick, professor
of history at the UF until his retirement in 1966, is scheduled for
Sunday, December 3, at 2 p.m. in the Episcopal University Center,
1522 West University Avenue,,
The tribute will be conducted by the Gainesville Monthly Meeting
of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) and is open to friends,
colleagues, and former students of Professor Patrick.
Dr. Patrick was graduate history research professor at the Uni University
versity University of Georgia at the time of his death on November 16 in Athens,
Georgia.
He was one of the foremost historians in this country and an au authority
thority authority on the Civil War and reconstruction period.
Professor Patrick joined the UF in 1940 and was chairman of the
history department from 1950 to 1955.
The family requests contributions be sent to the American Friends
Service Committee in lieu of flowers.
_ #
: .jM wL 3k
DYNEL FALLS
CtoumMe Permanently Curled
i* sls
Store Hours 10am-9pm Free Parking

ysPurriNG^

By TOM RYAN



CFnoto by Mck Arroyo)
GATOR GIRL
Todays Gator Girl is 20 year old Judie
Barry, an economics major from Gainesville,
I FSU Awarded Grant
.. , .. -J - -* r- -1- -- .>- i *: ---
TALLAHASSEE (UPI) A grant of $440,000 has been awarded
to Florida State University by the Air Force office of scientific
research for its nuclear physics program, the university announced
today.
The grant brings to $3.52 million the total the Air Force has
granted FSU over a 10-year period, the school said. Dr. Robert
Davis, professor of physics and principal scientist in FSUs tandem
Van De Graaff program, said the grant is for a one-year period.
He said the FSU project was the largest nuclear research effort
supported by the Air Force.
home of the original
BIG BOY
'*' DOUBLE-DECK HAMBURGER
Old Fashioned golden brown
FRIED CHICKEN. Four tender
plump pieces of Grade A chicken,
complete with golden brown Idaho
potatoes, salad, roll and honey.
$1.35
GAINESVILLE 2035 N.W. 13th STREET
TELEPHONE 578-2304

>#d
A. gift robes... long on beauty IM
Beautiful quilts accented with bell sleeves, *>4 |
high nse waists, delicate prints, feminine Sisff'i (Hi
trims Sizes 10 to 1 8 6.99 & 7.99
B
( gifted cardigan I
sweaters... /, f ]!/, Q -'M //laW 11
sostsime-nsekers
Gifts that add glamor to Christmas so many wearable ways I
Like robes, sleepwear lingerie, stockings, blouses, sweaters, I
beautiful accessories... and fashion-perfect dresses. Just-as- I
wonderful gifts to make every girl and boy happy, too. I
CHARGE IT I
USE OUR REVOLVING CREDIT PLAN... I
NO MONEY DOWN . MONTHS TO PAY I

Friday, December 1, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

Page 5



Page 6

5, The Florida Alligator, Friday, December 1, 1967

V
M

Tt Florida Alligator's official position on Issues Is szprssssd
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.
Lets Raise Taxes
... Improve University

Tougher enrollment pol policies,
icies, policies, including denial for
the first time of admission
to many qualified junior
college transfers is fore foreseen
seen foreseen at the UF.
The lack of adequate fa facilities
cilities facilities to handle the deluge
of junior college students
may be the first effect the
UF will feel from recent
budget cuts by the state
legislature and Gov. Kirk.
Besides limiting of en enrollment
rollment enrollment the UF will very
likely cut back on the num number
ber number of courses offered dur during
ing during the summer quarter.
Not only the UF, but
the whole state university
is in deep trouble.
It takes money to run a
great university.
Adequate salaries are
needed to keep and attract
qualified professors. Mo Money
ney Money is needed to stock li libraries
braries libraries and provide labor laboratory
atory laboratory equipment.
UF President Stephen O

...To Better State

Florida Secretary of
State Tom Adams recent recently
ly recently told a meeting of UF
young Democrats, If we
eliminate exemptions in
our tax system, well have
enough funds to do with without
out without new forms of taxation
or raising money.
The truth is that Florida,
as the fastest growing state
in the union, needs new
taxes not only for educat education,
ion, education, but for hospitals,
roads, urban renewal and
a host of other projects.
No state can grow solely
on the basis of private
investment. Government
must, in the 20th century,
keep abreast of the growth
and provide the facilities
which rapidly expanding
communities demand.
Tom Adams was guilty
of betraying the people of
this state when he told them
what they wanted to hear
instead of what they must
be forced to accept.

The
Florida Alligator
To Let The People Know 99
Steve Hull
Editor

Harvey Alper
Managing Editor
Harold Aldrich
News Editor

Harold Kennedy
Executive Editor
Bob Padecky
Sports Editor

Connell stated recently that
a hike in tuition may be
the only way to save the
university from academic
starvation. He prefaced his
remarks by saying if tui tuition
tion tuition is increased, scholar scholarships
ships scholarships and loans must also
increase.
We do not agree. The only
way to provide adequate
funds to support the states
university system is to
raise taxes.
No one in the state seems
to think raising taxes is
the answer. We think it is
the answer, the only true
answer.
If the state of Florida
is to continue to grow it
must have well educated
leaders. The voters of the
state must arouse from
their state of lethargy and
vote for a tax hike; its
the only way the university
system of Florida can be
saved from an impending
financial crisis.

Nevertheless, Adams is
not alone in this guilt. All
too many of Floridas pol politicians,
iticians, politicians, most of them in
fact, have been doing this
same sort of thing for too
long.
Florida is fast moving
into the space age with an
antique tax structure.
Mr. Adams was right in
saying We by statute have
circumvented the constitu constitution
tion constitution and exempted property
by ownership and not by
use.
Mr. Adams was right in
saying This system of
ours will not work until
everyone pays his fair
share.
But, even if the current
system functioned at maxi maximum
mum maximum efficiency it would not
be adequate. We need more
than increased efficiency,
we need a complete re restructuring
structuring restructuring of Floridas tax
system.

Ik
(Dis) Honor Code?
jerry silberberg

At my first mid-term, the exam group
was told to write the pledge after finish finishing
ing finishing the exam. I asked, What pledge?"
The student assistant replied, The UF
Honor Pledge!
Confused, I asked, Which is? I had
no idea one had to swear that aid
was neither given or received on the exam.
The teacher then had the assistant write
the pledge on the board and said if the
pledge did not appear on the exam, it would
not be graded and an F grade would
be given.
The problem of cheating is nothing new
except that college students find new and
more sophisticated methods of hoodwinking
the professors. I would assume the Honor
Code is supposed to give one a guilty
consciences if he does cheat. Fact is, the
cheater knows and doesnt particularly care.
In my three years of college, I do not
know of any incident where one student
has turned in another student for cheating.
And, there must not be any doubt that the
Student was cheating. There is an extreme extremely
ly extremely fine line where cheating is concerned.
There cannot be a shadow of a doubt in
a matter such as this.
The Honor Code has been a tradition
here at UF since 1914. The three major
violations of the code are: cheating, steal stealing
ing stealing and writing worthless checks.
The last two mentioned violations are
Indeed serious. But, writing a worthless
check is sometimes an oversight on the
part of the student. Most people with check checking
ing checking accounts may forget to write in a
deduction. There is the chance of human
error. Forging a check is something en entirely
tirely entirely different.
However, the first violation, that of
cheating, is most important. With the pres pressures
sures pressures students are under, the rate of cheat cheating
ing cheating is going to soar. There just isn't suf sufficient
ficient sufficient time to prepare for exams as there
once was. There is suddenly a mad-cap
rush to complete termpapers and cram cramruing

ruing cramruing (and perhaps cribbing) for an exam.
The Honor Code is a valuable part of
the institution, but the code has become
meaningless since everyone is faced with
the proposition that at some time or another
in his or her college career, to cheat will
soon become a means to an end that
is to pass some course which has little
meaning to the professional goal of the
student.
After reading supplementary material
given to me by the Honor Court, in all
fairness, the system is a good one. The
student is given every opportunity to prove
his innocence through a regular court and
trial-by-peer system/
I cannot condone cheating, nor do I feel
I have the right to turn in my fellow stu student
dent student and have him labeled cheater." In
all cases of academic cheating, a convicted
student may be awarded a failing grade
in the course involved instead of/or in
addition to the regular honor court penal penalties.
ties. penalties.
Regular penalities include: severe repri reprimand;
mand; reprimand; penalty hours (not to exceed 15);
suspension from the university for a period
not to exceed one year; and under extra extraordinary
ordinary extraordinary circumstances, expulsion from the
university.
But, the punishment does not end with
the courts decision. The Registrars of office
fice office is notified of the conviction and is
required to mark the offense on the stu students
dents students permanent record. This in Itself
is unfair. The punishment for a first
offense should not be written down. Why
have something like this ruin a students
life? I think a practice such as this should
be abolished, of course, the seriousness
of the offense should not be overlooked.
Has the Honor Code lost its meaning?
Most students only know that they have to
sign the pledge and dont think twice about
it. We can all remember the pledge and
the result if we get caught cheating.



Kurtzman Asks:
Fox Said What?
MR. EDITOR:
Prof. William M. Fox indicated in his Tuesday letter that he
is exercised about the dogmatic stance taken by some of his colleagues
with respect to the question whether academic freedom was vio violated
lated violated in the Jones tenure case. Prof. Fox says that the question
whether academic freedom was violated is very debatable*. I
dont know about any dogmatic colleagues on Jones side, and must
let them speak for themselves. But one pretty good dictionary
(0.E.D., HI, 584) says that to dogmatize (preferred sense) is to
make dogmatic assertions; to speak authoritatively or imperiously
(upon a subject) without reference to argument or evidence.
This definition is interesting only because of what it does to Prof.
Foxs letter. Now either (a) Prof. Fox did not intend to argue for
the claim that the question is debatable or to give evidence for it,
or, (b) Prof. Fox did intend to argue or give evidence. In case (a)
if Prof. Fox was authoritative or imperious, then he intended to
dogmatize (presuming that he knows what dogmatism is). I leave it
to other readers of his letter to decide whether his tone was authorit authoritative
ative authoritative or imperious. Case (a) is not very interesting, anyhow, be because
cause because it only tells us about the man, Prof. Fox, and not about the
issue. Let us turn, then, to case (b), supposing thus that it was
Prof. Foxs intent to give an argument. He quoted from the now nowfamiliar
familiar nowfamiliar 1940 AAUP Statement of Principles, so I shall also:
A AUP Statement
The college or university teacher is a citizen, a member of a
learned profession, and an officer of an educational institution.
When he speaks or writes as a citizen, he should be free from in institutional
stitutional institutional censorship or discipline, but his special position in the
community imposes special obligations. As a man of learning and
an educational officer, he should remember that the public may
judge his profession and his institution by his utterances. Hence
he should at all times be accurate, should exercise appropriate
restraint, should show respect for the opinions of others, and should
make every effort to indicate that he is not an institutional spokes spokesman.
man. spokesman.
Some nineteen words here need emphasis: . he should be
free from institutional censorship or discipline, but his special
position in the community imposes special obligations. This para paragraph
graph paragraph does not state that failure to meet those special obligations
renders a college or university teacher liable to censorship or
discipline by his institution. Evidence: what the paragraph states
is what the paragraph states. The paragraph does say that when he
speaks or writes as a citizen, he should be free from institutional
censorship or discipline. Evidence: the same.
There Is Difficulty
Case (b) continued: Prof. Fox asserts that one might find it dif difficult
ficult difficult to square Prof. Jones assertions that Rebellion is open
resistance to authority . Without resistance there is no occasion
for authority to change its policies with the values stated above.
But of course one might have difficulty. That hardly speaks to the
issue. The question whether the opinion, that violations of academic
freedom occurred in the Jones case, is debatable is the question
whether it is possible to square Prof. Jonesassertions with principles
of academic freedom, e.g., the 1940 Statement. Evidence: the question
whether an opinion is true is not the question whether it is difficult
to find out whether the opinion is true. Prof. Fox does nothing to
advance the view that the question is debatable. Nor, of course, does
he argue for the claim, which he might seem to be making, that
Prof. Jones assertions were a violation of the right of academic
freedom. See case (a).
I conclude that either Prof. Fox's tone was neither authoritative
nor imperious, or Prof. Foxs letter was dogmatic, or Prof. Fox
does not know how to construct a good argument. Evidence: when a
man wants to do something badly enough to attempt it, and has the
ability to do it, he usually does it.
Other things in Prof. Foxs letter deserve some attention. He
suggests that he believes that the goal for good academicians is
more to search for truth than to pronounce it and attempt to coerce
those who do not see the light into line. I should like to concur, but
without seeming to be dogmatic, and without seeming to limit the
goal to academicians. It does seem to me, however, that once the
searcher finds what he honestly believes to be the truth, he owes
it to the rest of us to propound it, perhaps in appropriate journals,
or by telling us out loud. We can always refuse to read or listen,
although that is another kind of dogmatism.
Bad Taste?
Prof. Fox suggests that he would like to see us render our con concepts
cepts concepts of academic freedom operational by defining standards.
Here he is out of his depth and into mine, so it is a bit unfair to
point out that there are many concepts which are indispensably
useful, but not operationally definable. For example, <; truth is
used by Prof. Fox, but has been proved to be non-ope rational. Aca Academic
demic Academic freedom may be similar, but nonetheless useful. Wouldnt
it be more to the point to define acceptable standards for granting
and denying tenure? In doing so, we probably should insure that those
standards reflect the substance of the University, its learning and
its teaching, rather than its, image, or its fleeting conceptions of
good taste. Evidence: no arm of the state should dismiss a citizen
for the exercise of his constitutionally protected rights, and professors
are citizens. Evidence for the evicen
are citizens. Evidence for the evidence: see an expert in cons constitutional
titutional constitutional law. My sainted aunt used to say that the imputation of
bad taste is bad taste. Let us hope, Prof. Fox, that she was mistaken.
DAVID R. KURTZMAN
ASST. PROF., PHILOSOPHY AND MATHEMATICS

OPEN FORUM:
jAddihoml 'DiMirit
"There is no hope for the complacent man."

Whites Understand Prejudice

MR. EDITOR:
A great deal has been said lately about the
existence (or nonexistence, depending upon she
point of view) of racism on this campus. To
assume, as some seem to have done, that racial
prejudice magically disappeared when the first
Negro student came to the UF would be rash
assumption indeed. Prejudice takes many forms,
and I do not agree that one has to be a Negro
to know the meaning of the word. Remeber, Mr.
Horne, there are people on the giving as well
as the receiving end of the line. Understanding
your end is only half the job.
At age fifteen I decided that relegating an in inferior
ferior inferior position to a person solely on the basis
of skin color was ignorant; yet, three years
later, I felt ill at ease upon finding a girlfriend
of mine having dinner with two Negro guys in
her apartment. That is a type of prejudice. And
is exists on this campus.
There was a freshman boy who had lived eighteen
years and had never had the word nigger hurled

Progress Tests Unfair; Good Tests Essays

MR. EDITOR:
There are many inefficient sys systems
tems systems at the UF. Among them there
is a particular one known
as Progs.
If anyone is taking a C course,
he or she knows of what I speak.
True, there must be away to
test students, but why must it be
in the most unfair way possible.
Each student is different and thus
has different ideas and concepts
on material he encounters.

Dames Unfair ToWorking Wives;
Idle Women Reap Rewards

MR. EDITOR:
UF Dames awards the Pushing
Hubby Through Degree to the
graduating seniors wife; provided
she is attending the Dames meet meetings.
ings. meetings. It is a nice cusom, every
students wife deserve the appre appreciation.
ciation. appreciation. But what have happened
to those who could not attend the
meetings, because, of work
schedule or other sound reason?
From these the appreciation was
invariably denied, according to
Mrs. Holmes chairman of the UF
Dames.
I have explained to Mrs. Holmes
that my wife and three children
have been living in Miami because
here she could not support five

tFIRSr MET r USED V. AFTER WE WERE UMMJBtEB f. WOW THAT MAWIH) X
IT Os MY WAV TO : |\ND LATER IS YOUR fIMMfIE- WAIT OW jtti UMf iW- YOU
UST TO SEE YOU. > ; I DRESSED BY HIR WHIMS AND 1 WAWftWEOiS AND A Sift...
£D IT A PERFECT iiWi, COMPLIED WITNEI/ERY DEMAND. NOW lit H/U/E ISONSmA
UlteNCB". VTO tV CALLED IT ttlfOTiKT ,* '-'MOW/ PACKER. POD CALL
I I V /t| OJRS m"PeRf£CT^
i \ last urn mutt cm [* for m fun vmi Y. i it's
, imtmmimK, feel imperfection wdehniticw
, Aismdwwl.md iw t Bums m lives- : of "perfect*...
J; j peajMMT /

I
b

Friday, December 1, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

A basically good test would be
essay, where the student could re relate
late relate his knowledge to the in instructor.
structor. instructor. Os course this is im impossible
possible impossible at the University because
of its size. The next best thing
would be to have seperate class
tests, which would be more
reasonable than mass hysteria.
The questions asked on a test
are the instructors views and what
he feels you should know.
To Improve this system,
Progs should be held in in individual

of us, but she would be glad to
join the Engineering Dames and
pay the dues. At first Mrs. Holmes
did not want even to hear about
it but finally reluctantly agreed to
bring this matter up on the next
meeting, where they naturally de decided
cided decided against of my wife member membership.
ship. membership.
WHAT IS THE VALUE OF THE
DEGREE if it is given not for
really pushing hubby through?
While you are having your par parties
ties parties my wife is doing her second
shift from eight to eleven thirty
p.m. six days a week but she de deserves
serves deserves no appreciation.
MICHAEL E. TUSKOS, SEG

at him until he ascended the steps of Tigert Hall.
Prejudice, no?
Another freshman boy went out for fraternity
rush. That was wild. At least the Alligator thought
so they printed an article about it. John Smith
also went out for rush, but he did not have an
article written about him. But then he wasnt
black. At one fraternity, our socially aspiring
Negro freshman was informed, . our charter
says that we can only admit white Christians."
That isnt prejudice written in black and white?
Hmmmmm. You could have fooled me.
And then there is the raving liberal with his
charming Love him, hes black. philosophy
racism in one of its sickest forms. And, oh,
does it ever exist on this campus.
The blanket theory that The Negro can rise
just as far as he wants to ranks equally with If
anything happens, its the girls fault." Theories
are nice to have around, but they do not always
hold up when applied to the real world.
ZOA GRADY, 2UC

Page 7

dividual individual classes. Since the student
cant give his own interpretation,
he will at least have the chance
to recognize and understand the
views and ideas between himself
and his instructor.
Then, if they must, they may
put the class grades on a scale.
WAYNE OELFKE,2UC
Oops!

MR. EDITOR:

In Monday's Alligator I read
about the Florida Victory
Special and the fact that the
Alligator editors denied print printing
ing printing it. Then I noticed one cur curious
ious curious thing. The last Alligator
printed before Thanksgiving
vacation was Volume 60, No.
42. The first Alligator after
the vacation was Volume 60,
No. 44. The fake" victory
special was Volume 60, No.
43. It seems to me that you
have made a mistake. Please
explain.
PHILIP SCHWARTZ, 3BA
(Editors Note: Sorry about
that, we didnt print Saturdays
"Victory Special. Our lab
made a mistake on the volume
number though.'*
I



GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

for sale
FOinSALETUToPF Concession!
Great profit potential. S3OO cash,
balance may be financed. Final
price open, gall 378-8867, 6:30-
7:30 p.m. ---
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)
SIAMESE KITTENS for sale. 2
purebred sealpoint, 5 weeks old.
$25 each. Call 378-5677. (A (A---46-3t-p)
--46-3t-p) (A---46-3t-p)
GOING INTO THE SERVICE
must sacrifice: 1966 Honda S-90.
Excellent condition. Helmet
included. $220. Call 376-2839.
(A-48-6t-p)
MUST SELL: Two bedroom, fully
furnished, 1965 Pacemaker
Mobile Home, 10 x 46', air con conditioned,
ditioned, conditioned, cantral heat, complete completely
ly completely wood paneled, beautiful con condition,
dition, condition, $2,500. Call 378-3777
after 5:30 p.m. Available Dec.
15. (A-48-6t-p)
ALLSTATE SCOOTER, 1960.
Looks good and runs well. Call
378-4263 and make offer. (A (A---46-2t-p)
--46-2t-p) (A---46-2t-p)
TRIUMPH 650 cc, 1964, $650.
TR-6, 376-8494 evenings. (A-46-
st-p)
ORANGES PICK YOUR OWN. $2
BU., YEAR ROUND WATER WATERFRONT
FRONT WATERFRONT HOMESITES. ORANGE
LAKESHORES, McINTOSH 591-
1143, SIGNS 13 MI. SO. ON 441.
(A-46-7t-p)
FOR SALE: Complete set Ludwig
Drums, $250 or best Worth
$650. John Carouthers 372-9285.
(A-46- 3t-p)
BALDWIN ACROSONIC upright
piano. Must sell immediately at
a loss. Beautiful finish and tone.
$500.00. Call 378-5126. (A-46-
2t-p)
Slpra]
Â¥m
/winner of grand prize's /
V CANNES FILM FESTIVAL J \
EASTMANCOLOR i
ACIDLY ANTI-1
> ESTABLISHMENT
yWJ
1 PAUL JONES JEAN SHRIMPTOM |

J for sale
LEAVING THE COUNTRY. Must
sell .59 carat diamond engage engagement
ment engagement ring. If you're getting en engaged
gaged engaged buy mine and save S2OO.
Call 378-5126 for more informat information.
ion. information. (A-2t-p)
LEAVING FOR INDIA. Must sell
Southern Jumbo Gibson Guitar.
Excellent tone and condition. Soft
shell case, picks, strings, free.
Call 378-5126, $150.00. (A-46-
2t-p)
SURFRIDER CUSTOM 96" board
& Rincon suction rack, original originally
ly originally worth $l6O, now SBO. Phone
378-6693, 7-9 p.m. only. (A (A---46-3t-p)
--46-3t-p) (A---46-3t-p)
MUST SELL my 1966 Triumph
TR-6. Only 2745 miles. Mint
condition. Bates windshield, lug luggage
gage luggage carrier. Has never been
abused, S9OO. Call 378-7819. (A (A---
--- (A--- 3t-p)
for rent
FOR RENT: One bedroom apt.
starting January June in Fred Frederick
erick Frederick Garden Apts. Call 378-
8407. (B-43-st-p)
WHERE IS HOME NEXT QUAR QUARTER?
TER? QUARTER? Just a short distance off
campus is Georgia Seagle Hall
Mens Cooperative (1002 West
University Avenue). Three good
meals a day, shared duties, or organized
ganized organized discussions, and a stress
on academic achievement. (Grad
Students Welcome). Opportun Opportunities
ities Opportunities for social and leadership
experience s22o per quarter
terms arranged. Call Resident
Director for information and per personal
sonal personal interview at 376-2476. (B (B---43-st-p)
--43-st-p) (B---43-st-p)
LARGE TWO BEDROOM apart apartment
ment apartment to sublet Dec. or Jan. thru
Aug. $125/mo. 1238 SW Ist Ave.
376-3037, CB-48- lt-p)

. -nuniil^ 105 'T'
f linansKa'V .Lf^Bri
J [IAMBAKi ; #|i
TECHNICOLOR TECHHISCOPE | faVr
giggM&Mfrlrtrtflgm
PIETRO GERMI 7
HAS DONE IT AGAIN! /gt§S*g)
Extremely funny comedy ... Hilari Hilarious,
ous, Hilarious, original, outrageously convinc- /fV
ing-and immoral... has a knowing rn
Italian touch ... Germi brings it off ihPllllflC
with taste and sting! T,n,es
Wans
GO SEE 1T ... A trenchant, satiri- VIRIU A 9 a
cal attack ... It will make you appre- and LISI
ciate being an American woman. And of Italia e funn,est 9roup 1
it will make you love American men. s eve r I
- Cosmopolitan Mayazme j SUGGESTED FOR MATURE AUDIENCES!
A new triumph from the Uirector of DIVORCE ITALIAN STYLE" cgS'jfc)
AN ITALIAN PEYTON PllciP^l
titillating...has a sharp,
SATIRIC BITE! v > //.i v.

Page 8

, The Florida Alligator, Friday, December 1, 1967

for rent j
ONE BEDROOM APT. Electric
heat and air conditioning, pool.
Available Dec. 20. 378-4263, 5 to
8 p.m. (B-46-2t-p)
ONE BEDROOM furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, radiant heat, air condit conditioned,
ioned, conditioned, carpeted, pool, laundry
facilities and Bar B Ques. Fred Frederick
erick Frederick Gardens Apts. 1130 SW
16 Avenue. 372-7555. (B-46-lot (B-46-lotc)
c) (B-46-lotc)
FURNISHED apartment. Double
occupancy. Come to room 108,
College Terrace Apartments.
1225 SW Ist Ave. One block from
campus. (B-46-3t-p)
MODERN, furnished, air-condit air-conditioned,
ioned, air-conditioned, heated apt. Block from
campus. Available starting 2nd
quarter. $65/mo. Call 378-8605,
#426, College Terrace Apts. (B (B---46-st-p)
--46-st-p) (B---46-st-p)
WILLING TO SUBLET apart apartment
ment apartment for winter qtr or longer.
slls per month, 1130 SW 16th
Avenue #63 after 5 p.m. (B (B---
--- (B--- 3t-p)
TWO FURNISHED ROOMS & bath
in private guest house back of
1217 SW 3rd Avenue. Block from
campus. A/C. Available now.
376-0894. (B-48-lt-p)
FOR RENT: New efficiency apt.,
air conditioning, heating, all util utilities
ities utilities included. Completely fur furnished.
nished. furnished. Available Dec. 15. Call
Bill, 378-3258. (B-48-lt-p)
3 BLOCKS FROM CAMPUS. 1
vacancy in double room for male
student. AC, refrigerator. 327
NW 15th Terrace. 372-8929 af afternoons.
ternoons. afternoons. (B-48-6t-p)

EFFICIENCY APARTMENT
Ideal location, across street from
campus. S6O month, utilities in included
cluded included except gas for cooking.
Call 376-3012 before 5 p.m. CB CB-48-6t-p)
-48-6t-p) CB-48-6t-p)

HON THEATER
smm h'm kMi iw ** bmiHlm |i vm
I STARRING Urmia
| COMING! j_ The [
! Downtown Goinotvllln I m 77" 7 71
MtMUW *1 11 3:45
A/0W * > 11ll l IfM 5:50 7:50
* 1 * W. Univorslty Avo. ) an d 9:50
TUIME IN...TURN 0N...
TAKE-OFF
f SfflWii
S' Dsffl
y if
n rj
rOOAY nm^ 0 7:07
ItoTTn. w. nth st. 1 8:36 9:23
FINAL WEEKEND
raUL NEWMaiSI
as cool HaNo hike
£Bs^
RHRffIffiMHRBfMHHRr '. I np s ,"57 bmm
WmiM pllii
(What weve got here is
a failure to communicate.)
co-staaaing
GEORGE KENNEDY-JO. CANNON . *,. M(H M .... JO VAN FLEET
nowcoior rmnsor mil wma ms. -seyei aits

APARTMENT TO RENT, College
Terrace Apartments across from
Law School. Call 378-7385 or
come by Room 219. $187.00 a
puarter. (B-48-lt-p)



9
NEW YORK AT NEW YEARS
$135
INCLUDES Train Transportation
Hotel Accomodations
Tours of City, Lincoln Center
United Nations
Three Plays
* t
For Reservations or Information Call 2741
Deadline Dec. 1
Kill' PROUDLY
rzJi.ir PRESENTS
HJ i r )(I
l Production of l
I I
Mmiccor by LYH MURRAY ScretHpljy by SAMUIL TAYIOd fl
H '(s Directed by DAVIO LOWELL HIGH Produced by JACQUE MAPES
. A UNIVERSAL PICTURE J
Also ifirtMt lAtfT*

CLASSIFIEDS

wanted
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted
for 2 bedroom Summit House apt.
$42.25 monthly. Occupancy Dec.
or January. Call 378-7313. (C (C---48-lt-p)
--48-lt-p) (C---48-lt-p)
4 PEOPLE TO SUBLET top floor,
two bedroom University Gardens
apartment. Male or female.
Lease runs through June finals
week. Call 376-8064 after 5:00
p.m. (C-48-st-p)
WANT FEMALE ROOMMATE for
Winter and Spring quarters. Call
376-8069. (C-48-6t-p)
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted to
share Frederick Garden Apt. for
January and March quarters. S4O
per month plus utilities. 378-
8069. (C-48-3t-p)
WANTED: Female roommate for
Village Park Apartment begin beginning
ning beginning Winter Quarter. Call 378-
4222. (C-48-3t-p)
FEMALE STUDENT to liveinfor
young doctor family for baby babysitting
sitting babysitting and light housekeeping.
Willing to move to Chicago in
Jan. 378-6402. (E-48-2t-p)
PART TIME typist wanted.
University Classification H or
higher to operate Justowriter
typesetting machine. Hours: 7
p.m. to 11 p.m., Sunday through
Thursday. See Ed Barber, Rm
330, Reitz Union. No students or
state employees. (E-48-tf-nc)
MALE ROOMMATE wanted to
share house (2-car garage and
screened porch). $32.50 monthly.
Stop by 210 SW 4th Ave. before
noon or after 6 p.m. (C-46-
3t-p)

- -* '' * *' * 1 ' .Col. r, .
wMF mwiK W# III rJI rj 111 I
l jL '(ML. w
w W&* t \wn..iMLr' rmm
md fW:M yfp M
Cool it. Things could be worse. You could
be out of ice-cold Coca-Cola. Coke has
the refreshing taste you never get
tired of. Thats why things go better with
Coke, after Coke, after Coke.
Gainesville Coca-Cola Bottling Co.. Gainesville. Fla. T

Friday, December 1, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

[ wanted
3EG STUDENT wants to share
3 or 4 man apartment starting
January 1. Call Sam, 378-8968.
(C-45-3t-p)
WANTED: Two female room roommates
mates roommates for Winter Quarter. Call
Sandy or Nancy at 378-5654 the
French Quarter Apts. (C-46-2t-
P)
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted:
for next quarter at University
Gardens. S6O/month. Prefer stu student.
dent. student. Call 378-1290. (C-46-2t-p)
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted:
spacious one bedroom apartment.
University Gardens, overlooks
pool. Move in sometime Decem December.
ber. December. Call 378-3595. (C-46-st-p)
NEED RIDE to or near northern
Kentucky. Leave Dec. 23-24,
Marilee 378-7278. One bedroom
apt., sublease, NW section,
Susan. (C-46-2t-p)
WANTED: Three female room roommates
mates roommates for French Quarter apt.
for winter quarter. For infor information
mation information call 376-0890. (C (C---46-3t-p)
--46-3t-p) (C---46-3t-p)
WANTED: Two guys who know
whats happening (for roommates
Jan. until B Term). Village
Park, No. 7 or call 376-9554.
(C-46- 3t-p)
STUDENT PUBLICATIONS hir hiring
ing hiring now for Term 11. Start work
immediately or apply for next
term. College Work Study Pro Program
gram Program people only. To apply for
C.W.S.P. see Mrs. Stechmiller,
Rm. 183, Bldg. E (behind Tigert
Hall). If you qualify see Sern
Seykora Rm. 330, Reitz Union
after 6:00 p.m. Sunday through
Thursday. (E-48-tf-nc)

Page 9

| wanted
DESPERATE: Need one coed for
second and third quarter at Land Landmark
mark Landmark Apartments. Call 378-3184.
(C-46-st-p)
RIDER WANTED to Los Angeles,
leaving 1-2 weeks, Corvette,
share expenses, driving. 376-
8494 evenings. (C-46-st-p)
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted:
Winter Quarter, S3B per month,
Spring Quarter S3O per month.
Two blocks from campus. Call
378-7140. (C-45-st-p)
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted:
for apartment behind VA. Move
in December 15 or next quar quarter.
ter. quarter. $39.75/month plus utilities.
378-8604. Yvette. (C-43-st-p)
WANTED: One or two male room roommates
mates roommates to share new Gator Town
pad. Two bedrooms & baths. Call
after 5 p.m. and ask for Sean.
378-3924. (P-46-st-p)
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED
to share Olympia Apt. beginning
winter quarter. $37.50 per month
plus utilities. Call 372-8728. (C (C---
--- (C--- 3t-p)
POETRY WANTED for coopera cooperative
tive cooperative Antholgy. Include stamped
self-addressed envelope. Idle Idlewild
wild Idlewild Publisners, Frederick, San
Francisco, California 94117. (C (C---45-12t-p)
--45-12t-p) (C---45-12t-p)
WANTED: Male roommate for
winter quarter or rest of year
in Summit House apartment. Air Airconditioned,
conditioned, Airconditioned, and centrally heat heated.
ed. heated. $38.25/month plus utilities.
378-8806. (C-45- 9t-p)
WANTED: Studious, energetic
upperclass female roommate for
remainder of school year in
French Quarter. Call NOW, 376-
4908. (C-45-st-p)
WANTED: One roommate to
share large, beautiful two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment. $47 per month
plus utilities. TV equipped. Call
378-6070, John. (C-45-st-p)
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted:
Williamsburg Apts. 2 bedrooms,
2 bath, pool. 378-4249. (B-46-
3t-p)
WANTED: Two coeds to share
Village Park apartment for Win Winter
ter Winter and Spring terms. Seniors
or upperclassmen preferred.
Call 378-6934. (C-45-st-p)
-
A WORD ABOUT FREAKS
Cinema connoisseurs will
need no introduction to the
motion picture FREAKS.
Made in 1932 by Tod Brown Browning,
ing, Browning, creator of DRACULA
and THE.UNHOLY THREE,
this film assembled carnival
and circus freaks from all
over the world and put them
in a human and dramatic story
about side show intrigue. The
result is the first and last
picture of its kind: a ven venture
ture venture into the grisly and gro grotesque
tesque grotesque which actually exists.
At the 1962 Cannes Film Fes Festival
tival Festival Repertory, FREAKS
was selected to represent the
horror film. The Florida Cin Cinema
ema Cinema Society has made special
arrangements to obtain an ex excellent
cellent excellent print of this classic
for an extra showing this Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday.
AND ON THE SAME
PROGRAM
*
A CHARLIE CHAPLIN FES FESTIVAL**
TIVAL** FESTIVAL**
Two of the Tramp's best two tworeel
reel tworeel comedies, THE PAWN PAWNSHOP
SHOP PAWNSHOP and ONE A.M.
J*
SUNDAY 3:00, 7:00 and 9:15
AT THE UNION



Page 10

>,*Tbe Florida Alligator, Friday, December 1, 1967

Orange and

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

Friday, December 1
Football Films: Fla. vs. FSU,
Union 150 C, 11:30 a.m.
Univ. Chess Club: chess, 118
Union, 7 p.m.
Murphree Area Movie: Three
on a Couch," Main Cafeteria,
7 & 9 p.m.
Union Movie: She," Union Aud.,
7 & 9:05 p.m.
Basketball: Fla. vs. Jacksonville
U., Fla. Gym., 7:45 p.m.
Fla. Players: Three one act
plays, Five Days," Con Constantinople
stantinople Constantinople Smith," and The
Lesson," Constans Theatre, 8
p.m.
Fine Arts Comm.: Masters and
the Myth, Univ. Aud., 8 p.m.
Tolbert Area Movies: Seven
Days in May," 8 p.m. and A
Very Private Affair," 10p.m.,
South Hall Rec. Room.
Tolbert Area: dance, Union ball ballroom,
room, ballroom, 8:30 p.m.
Oneg Shabbat: report on Hillel
Summer Institute, Hillel Foun Foundation,
dation, Foundation, 8:30 p.m.
Bent Card Coffee House: folk
entertainment, readings and

wanted j!
NO CAR? Save gas! One male
roommate to share efficiency for
two. University Apts. 1829 NW
2nd Ave. Apt. 10. sllO per quar quarter.
ter. quarter. Phone 378-1923 after 7.
(C-46- 3t-p)
WANTED: male roommate for
1 bedroom apt. Pool, air con conditioning.
ditioning. conditioning. December 1 or Jan.
1. S6O/month. 942 SW 16th Ave.
376-0022. (C-46-2t-p)
WANTED: Student wife looking
for an interesting, full time job.
Call 378-1936. (C-46-lOt-c)
MALE ROOMMATE WANTED,
(prefer engineering student). Air
conditioned two bedroom trailer.
$37.50/month. Move in for winter
quarter. 372-6265. (C-45-3t-p)
WANTED: Four riders to north
New Jersey, Xmas, leave 12/14,
return 1/3, 66 GTO, S3O round
trip, Con Kozich, 378-1863. (C (C---46-3t-p)
--46-3t-p) (C---46-3t-p)
autos
VW EXCELLENT CONDITION.
*6O model with *67 rebuilt en engine.
gine. engine. Must sell quickly. For in information
formation information call 378-4435. (G-46-
3t-p)
1955 or 57 T-BIRD. Excellent
condition, both tops, power
brakes and windows, radio,
SI4OO. Call 378-1202. (G-46-4t-
P)

# Visit Us At Our New Home
Low InteresMlates On Loans If jm IBM pjpyl BlKf_
"Serving U F Employees Since 1935" :
GAINESVILLE FLORIDA CAMPUS FEDERAL CREDIT UNION Ave.

discussions, 1826 W. Univ.
Ave., 9 p.m.
Florida Quarterly 2nd Issue, on
sale at Anderson 207 and the
Hub, all day.
Saturday, December 2
Murphree Area Movie: Three
on a Couch," Main Cafeteria,
7 & 9 p.m.
Union Movie: Our Man Flint,"
Union Aud., 7 & 9:05 p.m.
Student Committee for Academic
Freedom: Light Show," McC
Aud., 8 p.m.
Tolbert Area Movies: Seven
Days in May," 8 p.m. and A
Very Private Affair," 10p.m.,
South Hall Rec. Room
Bent Card Coffee House: folk
entertainment, readings and
discussions, 1826 W. Univ.
Ave., 9 p.m.
Sunday, December 3
Hillel Foundation: Dr. Eugene
Hannah, Philosophy of Re Religion,"
ligion," Religion," Hillel Foundation, 11
a.m.

CLASSIFIEDS

| outo
1964 6 cylinder CHEVELLE Mal Malibu
ibu Malibu SS Sport Coupe with factory
air conditioning, power steering,
adjustable wooden steering wheel
and other extras. $999. 372-
7274. (G-45-Bt-p)
RED KARMEN GHIA. 1961 in
exceptional condition. Cruise at
70. Real economy, radio, heater.
Only $795. Call 376-9786. (G (G---
--- (G--- 3t-p)
1964 FALCON. Modified 260, 4
speed. Mags, tac, reverberator
heavy duty suspension, red, black
vinyl top. $1,250 cash. 3524 NW
21 Street. Evenings. (G-45-3t-p)
help wanted
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-
WANT a swinging vacation plus
some money? Now hiring child
counselors for a Miami Beach
Hotel for Xmas. Need both male
and female, experience not
necessary. Contact Marilyn at
372-9209. (E-46-st-p)
WANTED: Bookkeeper. Due to
transfer of husband, we will lose
our bookkeeper on Dec. 3. This
position is open. Interested per persons
sons persons shall apply in person to
Scruggs, Carmichael and Tom Tomlinson.
linson. Tomlinson. 3SE First Ave., Gaines Gainesville.
ville. Gainesville. Telephone 376-5242. Age,
experience and permanency will
be factors in making this appoint appointment.
ment. appointment. (E-45-4t-c)

BLUE BULLETIN

help wanted
THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
has vacancies for qualified full- 4
time clerks, secretaries and typ- <
lsts. Good starting salaries plus i
paid vacations and other fringe 1
benefits. Equal opportunity
employer. Come to or call the 1
Central Employment Office,
Building E M ,Ext. 2645 to sched schedule
ule schedule tests and interview. (F-42-
tf-nc)
PART TIME real estate sales salesman
man salesman needed for staffing model
homes. Minimum hours. Max Maximum
imum Maximum pay. Call 376-79719 a.m.-
5 p.m. (E-43-st-p)
services
KEEP YOU it CARPETS beautiful
despite constant footsteps of a
busy family. Get Blue Lustre.
Rent electric shampooer sl.
Lowry Furniture Co. (M-46-lt (M-46-ltc)
c) (M-46-ltc)
THE THRILL COMES SOONER
at the GATOR GROOMER where
friends meet, romance blooms
and LOVE DOES PREVAIL. (J (J---45-10t-p)
--45-10t-p) (J---45-10t-p)
ALTERNATORS GENERATORS
STARTERS Electrical systems
tested repairs. Auto Electric
Service 603 SE Second St.
378-7330. (N-36-ts-c)

Jennings Annex, open house,
noon.
Hillel Foundation: election of of of*
* of* fleers and Latke party, Hillel
Foundation, 3 p.m.
Fla. Cinema Society: The
Freaks," and A Charlie
Chaplin Festival," Union Aud.,
3,7 & 9:15 p.m.
Music Dept.: Bi-annual presen presentation
tation presentation of Handel's MESSIAH,
Fla. Gym., 4 p.m.
Men's Interhall Council: meeting,
350 B Union, 4 p.m. Seminole
pictures will be taken.
Alpha Kappa Psi: executive meet meeting,
ing, meeting, 355 Union, 6:30 p.m.
Murphree Area Council: meeting,
Main Cafeteria, 10 p.m.
Christmas on Campus: Mortar
Board Tree Lighting and Car Carols,
ols, Carols, Univ. Aud. Lawn, 10 p.m.;
President's Address, Univ.
Aud., 10:30 p.m.
Monday, December 4
Swim Fins and Aqua Gators:
practice sessions, Florida

ADDRESS ALL ADMINISTRATIVE NOTICES AND GENERAL
NOTICES TO DIVISION OF INFORMATION SERVICES
4>- . ,

Pool, 7 p.m. No Synchronized
swimming experience neces necessary.
sary. necessary.
Program Office: dance lessons,
Union 150 C, 7 p.m.
Sigma Nu: Vice President Hale
reading A Christmas Carol,"
Univ. Aud., 7:30 p.m.
Paint for Fun: art class, 118
Union, 7:30 p.m.
Gator Amateur Radio Club: meet meeting,
ing, meeting, 525 E&I, 8 p.m. All per persons
sons persons interested in amateur radio
invited.
Films Comm.: Winter's Tale,"
Union Aud., 8:15 p.m.
FLORIDA UNION BOX OFFICE:
Tickets are now on sale for
MASTERS AND THE MYTH.
ATTENTION FACULTY MEM MEMBERS:
BERS: MEMBERS: A General Assembly will
be held at 3:30 p.m., Friday,
Dec. 1, in University Auditorium.
The Senate meeting originally
scheduled in McCarty Hall for 4
p.m., Thursday, Nov. 30, will be
held in the University Auditorium
immediately following the Gen General
eral General Assembly.

c personal J
ARE YOU TIRED OF YOUR OWN
HOME COOKING? Do you want
to live (room & board) for $220
a quarter? Georgia Seagle Men's
Cooperative is looking for you!
Three good meals a day, shared
duties, stress on academic
achievement, opportunities for
social and leadership experience.
(Grad Students Welcome). Call
Resident Director for informat information
ion information and personal interview at
376-2476. fJ-43-st-p)
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-p)
ATTENTION NASA! Noted solid solidfuel
fuel solidfuel rocket authorities Bill Gar Garbett
bett Garbett and Tob" Beazell are in
town. Dont blow it, baby! wgdscb
(J-48-lg-p)
I - '
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-p)
ATTENTION COEDS: Dont miss
our annual little sister rush Sun Sunday
day Sunday night at 207 NW 17th St.,
La Fontana Apts. #405. See Buck,
Rosey or Fred G., rush chair chairmen
men chairmen or call 376-9634. (J-48-lt-
P)

SATURDAY CLASSES: The
University calendar for the Win Winter,
ter, Winter, 1968 Quarter, provides for
three Saturdays to be normal
class days. These Saturdays are
Jan. 6, 13, and 20. Classes which
normally meet on Mondays will
be held Jan. 6; classes which
normally meet on Tuesdays will
be held Jan. 13, and classes
which normally meet on Wed Wednesdays
nesdays Wednesdays will be held Jan. 20.
OPERATIONS CROSSROADS
AFRICA: On Friday, Dec. 1,
at 10:30 12 noon, in Room
357, Reitz Union, Haskell Ward,
director of recruitment for Op Operation
eration Operation Crossroads Africa, will
meet with and interview in interested
terested interested students for Crossroads
selection.
ARMY COLLEGE OPTION OCS
ORIENTATION: Orientation ses sessions
sions sessions regarding the college op option
tion option Officer's Candidate School
(OCS) program of the U.S. Army
will be held at 2:15 p.m., Dec.
5-6 at the University's Army
ROTC Building.

j personal |
ATTENTION BROTHER BUCK,
youre the greatest. Love, Buck.
(J-48-lt-p)
YACHT PARTY 100 foot luxury
yacht chartered for weekend ex excursion
cursion excursion to Bimini Island (Dec.
15-17). Includes Sightseeing in
the British Isles,swimming,ski Isles,swimming,skiing,
ing, Isles,swimming,skiing, fishing, Saturday night party
on board, and cruise around the
islands. Only $25 per day. Make
arrangements early. Offer ends
Friday, December 8. Ph. 376-
4019 ro write P. 0.13926,.13926, Gaines Gainesville.
ville. Gainesville. (J-48-6t-p)
-
SANTA has already left a cute
kitten for you. Call 378*6262
to arrange to pick it up. (J (J---48-st-p)
--48-st-p) (J---48-st-p)
lost-found
<*
FOUND: pair of prescriptionsun prescriptionsunwith
with prescriptionsunwith black frames and
case in Student Publications Of Office.
fice. Office. Owner may claim in room
330 J. Wayne Reitz Union. (L (L---
--- (L--- 3t-nc)
FOUND: 2 month old tan female
puppy wearing blue collar at
University Auditorium, Tuesday,
Nov. 29. Owner call Public Func Functions,
tions, Functions, Ext. 3484. (L-48- 3t-nc)



f Winters Tale
Opens Tuesday

The film version of The Win Winters
ters Winters Tale, one of the last plays
by William Shakespeare, will be
presented by the Florida Union
Film Committee December 4,5,
and 6 in the Florida Union Aud Auditorium.
itorium. Auditorium.
Called one of the strangest and
most confusing of Shakesperes
plays, The Winters Tale is a
comedy-drama recognized as one
of the worlds most difficult to
perform.
The film stars British actor
Laurence Harvey as King Leontes
with Moria Redmond as his ill illfated
fated illfated queen.
Also staring are Jane Asher,
who most recently appeared as
one of Alfies girls; Diana
Churchill and pop singer, Jim
Dale (who wrote the musical
score for Georgy Girl and
the score for this film.)
Os all of Shakespheres works,
The Winters Tale is perhaps
the most complex in style, per performance
formance performance and construction. Crit Critics
ics Critics and scholars have for cen centuries
turies centuries been so divided in their
opinion that it was necessary to
approach it in a fresh and di diverting
verting diverting manner. Many who have
considered The Winters Tale
a lesser work have, since ths
production changed their views
and re-evaluated its importance
as a contribution to the theater.
Filmed ,in full color, The
Winters tale was first pre presented
sented presented at the 1966 Edinburgh Fes Festival
tival Festival and later the Venice Inter International
national International Film Festival.
Directed by Canadian Peter
Snell, The Winters Tale, was
filmed with the cooperation of the
original stage director Frank
Dunlop.
Mark Spool, publicity chair chairman
man chairman for the Union Films Com Committee
mittee Committee noted that this film is
one of an expanded series of
films to be presented during
their winter program. Another
fil m planned to be brought to cam campus
pus campus is Taming of the Shrew.

FRIDAY
Baked Meat Loaf S
and Creole Spaghetti
or
Fried Trout 49£
SATURDAY
Chopped Sirloin 58{
Steak with French Fries
Large T-Bone O "T x
Steak with French Fries
S* NO TIPPING
SELF-SERVICE
ERIA I
313 W. Univ. Avo.
FREE PARKING
On Our Povtd Lot

f A' a
~ j m M -JF. v v \N s
mj M JBiw: '" >
HI
w & .jpi^h
|# v
A WINTERS TALE
. . will be at the Reitz
U nion Theatre Tuesday. It stars
Lawrence Harvey and Moira Red Redmond.
mond. Redmond.
STAMP IT!
Jj REGULAR
MODEL
J UNE TEX? 2
Th. finest INDESTRUCTIBLE METAL
POCKET RUBBER STAMP. VT i 2".
Send check or money order. Be
sure to include your Zip Code No
postage or handling charges. Add
sales tax.
Prompt shipment. Satisfaction Guaranteed
THE MOPP CO.
P. 0. Bos 18623 Lonos Square Station
ATLANTA, GA., 30326

is
(*> p tel I
£tag n Srag I
jjl "0 I
13 WEST UNIVERSITY AVE. I
In The Mali I
For Him ... I
from the family | I
Create a whole new ward- I S
robe plan in one, great I / -^H
holiday gift. Match a Navy I Ip" 3 jH I
Blue, double-breasted bla- I )
zer to checked pants, or I W
a conventional sport coat I \yf Hk
to plaid slacks. We'll mas- I \X //
ter mind the plan for your I I
sensational gift ... includ- I AY y j I
ifffroE I
GIFTS I

Friday, December 1, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

Page 11



!, The Florida Alligator, Friday, December 1, 1967

Page 12

Words Cannot Describe
The Impact Os 'Orpheus

By DANIEL BERMAN
Alligator Reviewer
Once again that irresistible
film Black Orpheus has re returned
turned returned to the State. According
to manager Bill Henderson this
is a yearly tradition, and al although
though although the sound track is a bit
scratchy and the colors some somewhat
what somewhat faded, the movie has lost
none of its appeal. If anything,
like any good artistic experience,
it has improved with familiar familiarity.
ity. familiarity.
Black Orpheus was directed
by Marcel Camus. Winner of the
Grand Prize at the 1959 Cannes
Film Festival, it was cited as
one of the better examples of
the New Wave, the Renais Renaissance
sance Renaissance of French film which took
place in the latter fifties.
The New Wave has since
fizzled, and in retrospect. Black
Orpheus resists any simple
classifications. It was the sec second
ond second feature film of the 47-year 47-yearold
old 47-yearold Camus, and his first big
chance to make good. He has yet
to outdo himself.
As the title suggests Black
Orpheus is based upon a story
drawn from Greek mythology.
Transposed to modern day Rio
de Janeiro at carnival time, the
great strength of the movie is
that Camus succeeded so thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly in adapting his theme and
plot to the Brazilian setting.
The script was derived from a
play by the Brazilian poet and
diplomat Vinituis de Moraes. The
music, now famous, was the work
of the Brazilians: Louis Bona
and Antonio Carlos Jobim, both
well known in this country. Di Director
rector Director Camus used amateur Ne Negro
gro Negro actors drawn from real life.
Orpheus was a soccer player,
and Eurydice, an unknown dan dancer.
cer. dancer.
The understanding with which
I Leary LP I
Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out,
the original soundtrack record recording
ing recording of Dr. Timothy Learys psy psychedelic
chedelic psychedelic celebration, is being
rushed into release by Mercury
Records.
The LP, probably the most
controversial ever to be released
in the history of Mercury Re Record
cord Record Corp., is based on an im imaginary
aginary imaginary LSD trip featuring
Leary as the guide.

IjiiiiiiiluaMiiiwiMimuianiiiiiiu
§ SPECIAL NOTICE (
To all students and university personnel 5
l DISCOUNT |
/2, Off Our Low-Low Prices I g
5 FOOD TASTES MUCH BETTER AT
I rrr f i
CAFETERIAS jORIDA
5 WVm* 111:30 AM 2:00 Pm|
fwF, 14:30 PM 8:00 PM |
GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER jj
JJ (just Four Minutes From Campus)
Taiiiieiiiaiaiiiiiaiiaiiiii

Camus handles his subject is
partly the result of chance, how however.
ever. however. At one point the money
ran out and Director and crew
spent several fruitful months ab absorbing
sorbing absorbing the atmosphere of Rio
before resuming production.
The impact of Black Orphe Orpheus
us Orpheus is too subtle to be captured
by mere words. The soul of the
movie is its motion. The camera
assaults the eye with dazzling
images, the sound track absorbs
the ear with rhythm. Being pure
Movie
Review,.
Black
Orpheus 9
cinema, it is non-verbal with few
hints of literary convention. The
viewer experiences the illusion
of film as if it were the reality
of life itself.
Greek mythology describes
OrpheUs, son of Apollo, as a
musician so gifted that he could
soothe even animals with his lyre.
Falling in love with Eurydice,
his happiness was cut short by
her accidental death. On the
strength of his charm, Orpheus
was allowed to bring Eurydice up
from the underworld, provided he
not look at her during the as ascent.
cent. ascent. Attacked by jealous maid maidens,
ens, maidens, Orpheus looked at Eurydice
in despair, and was torn apart
limb from limb. Together they
were doomed in Hades.
The Orpheus myth has been
adapted to dramatic works many
times, and always rather freely.
Marcel Camus is no exception.
His Orpheus is a trolly car con conductor
ductor conductor who plays guitar. His Eur Eurydice
ydice Eurydice is a country girl driven to
XEROX COPIES
1-19 Copies, 10$ ea.
20 Over, 9$
Copies Made While You Wall
Service Available From
S a.m. to 11 p.m.
SEVEN DAYS A WEEK
QUIK-SAVE
I 10 WEST UNIVERSITY AYE

her cousin in the city out of fear.
They fall desperately in love. But
Fate is inexorable. Eurydice is
pursued by a skeleton suited
Death, and Orpheus by the in insanely
sanely insanely jealous Mira, a Fury if
ever there was one. Against this
beats the constant movement of
the carnival, the pageant of life.
In trying to save Eurydice,
Orpheus accidentally kills her,
and is himself stoned off a moun mountain
tain mountain by Mira. In the end the Death
from which neither escapes be becomes
comes becomes the true fulfillment of
tragedy.
Perhaps, in the largest sense,
Black Orpheus succeeds be because
cause because of the irony and contrast
generated by filling the forms of
Greek mythological heroes with
the bodies of hopelessly poor
Brazilian Negroes. And yet one
suspects that a peoples heroes
are only as strong as the people
* are weak.
The Greeks needed to invent
their Gods, the Brazilians their
carnival. Both celebrate the good
that life can provide, for they
know only too well the suffer suffering
ing suffering that it brings. Orpheus as
Olympian God, Orpheus as im impotent
potent impotent black man: one is the hu human
man human wish, the other the hard
reality. Together they form the
human predicament.
Orpheus expressed it all very
well just before his death as
he sang to Eurydice:
Happiness is all the people
care for,
To forget their sorrows at the
carnival, V
Dressed in tinsel and brocade,
Its just a masquerade that soon
will fade ...

DONT MISS
The
Campus Shop
and Bookstores
Semi-Annual j
SIDEWALK BOOK SALE
Nov. 29, 30 and
Dec. 1
k'
*>

I 'Freaks Here Sunday
Freaks will be the Florida Cinema Societys last film of the
quarter, to show at the Reitz Union Auditorium Sunday at 3,7 anc
9 p.m.
Tod Browning, who made Dracula, was originally in a circu;
where he had a compassion for freaks on exhibit. In 1932, in orde
to show freaks are human, he made a mystery melodrama centere.
around a circus and used real-life freaks as actors.
The result was Freaks, a 1962 Cannes Film Festival entry
Bob Boyd, president of the society, calls the film bizarre, sur surrealistic.
realistic. surrealistic.
Also playing with the film will be a couple Charlie Chaplin shorts.
Gift Suggestion
A beautiful 12 transistor
AM radio with leather cover
REGISTER FOR A FREE SITAR
X 1
only at
THE RECORD BAR
923 West University Avenue 376-1042



to : w
-
j? i
yjj||
Hr
ggKg&v. Sfc &5 j I '/ j* \. v V\ v k
n
xil^jpv: : N' % x>v W
THEATRE TONIGHT
. . Carol Nurenberg bows over a body In one of the Players
one-acts, part of a big theatre weekend.
A Big Theatre Weekend
Its a big weekend for live Masters/Myth is a collect collecttheatre.
theatre. collecttheatre. ion of scenes contrasting the ap-
Tonight at 8 the Florida Play- proach of great dramatists, an aners
ers aners will present three one acts cient and modern,
at the Constans Theatre of the A. ;"L #i __
Z? n thelr WATCH REPAIR
experimental theatre pro program.
gram. program. I QUALITY WORK
Tonight and Saturday the PA
Gainesville Little Theatre will rMC. ICJKT rAKI j
present two tragic comedies by UNCONDITIONAL
Peter Shaffer The Private PIIAPA mtcc
Ear and The Public Eye IN Itt
at 8:30 just two blocks from campus
Philip Lawrence and Laura
Stuart, well-known Shakespear- ""C C~
ian actors, will present Mas-
ters and the Myth tonight at
Bin University Auditorium. 1J29 W.UNIV. AVENUE
~
OMEGA FOR A LIFETIME OF PROUD POSSESSION
I \ aSelf-winding Seamaster De Ville. Stainless steel, water-resistant case. $lO5
1 B6 fiery diamonds. 14K white or yellow gold. Sapphette faceted crystal. $175
I watches are made for those who take pride in
I owning the finest. Their classic designs defy the passing |
I of time. Accuracy, too, is an Omega hallmark. To assure
f maximum timekeeping dependability the high-precision
# Omega movement undergoes 1497 quality-control inspec inspec/
/ inspec/ tions from blueprint to final assembly. When only the
/ best will do ... choose an Omega.
d§) :
Phone 376-2655 103 W. Univ. & Gainesville Mall

TheMessiah'
Here Sunday
In Fla. Gym
A 200-voice choir, the UF
Symphony Orchestra and profes professional
sional professional soloists will present Han Handels
dels Handels The Messiah, at 4 p.m.
Sunday in the Florida Gym.
Students and the public are in invited
vited invited to hear the combined forces
of the University Choir, the
Choral Union, Mens Glee Club,
Womens Glee Club and the or orchestra
chestra orchestra present the traditional
concert.
Guest soloists will include Joy
Davidson, contralto, from the
Metropolitan National Opera
Company, along with Evelyn Tay Taylor
lor Taylor of the Universitys Depart Department
ment Department of Music, Richard Shadley
of New York and Oscar McCul McCullough,
lough, McCullough, formerly with the Robert
Shaw Chorale.
Dr. Elwood Keister, director
of the University Choir, will
conduct.
Handels masterpiece was
created in less than 25 days and
presented for the first time in
Dublin on April 13, 1742. Pre Presentation
sentation Presentation of The Messiah has
become a biennial tradition at
the University.
Portions of the program will
be taped for presentation on
WJXT-TV, Channel 12, Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, on Christmas evening, 7
to 7:30 p.m. The television pre presentation
sentation presentation will include excerpts
from The Messiah.

" L J ~
~o*** BBfl
I ..
| Want To Know Why Kings Onion Rings j
Are So Good?? j
t BECAUSE THEY ARE CAREFULLY PREPARED EVERY j
DAY BY OUR OWN PROCESS RING BY RING X
1802 W. University Ave. 372-6820
1430 S.W. 13th Street 378-1656 I
Inside Service Car Service Food To Go l

Friday, December 1, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

W JH|
j-jt
RICHARD SHADLEY JOY DAVIDSON
. . tenor . contralto
STEAKS
I JHHIV SEAFOOD
Opsn till 12 p.m. COCKTAILS
MANOR HOUSE
RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE
__U I North- Across row Sor
s I*r \
,** 9*Ht N.
FRUITS All FOSTERS
New Different Exciting WUtf Cool Cal and Tasty
All this and morn at 1694 W. University. Neat to Carolyn Plasa.

Page 13



Page 14

The Florida Alligator, Friday, December 1/1967

Gators Open Basketball Season
Tonight Against Jacksonville U.

By 808 PADECKY
Alligator Sports Editor
Floridas athletes shed the
spikes and slip on the sneakers
as UF opens its 1967-68 bas basketball
ketball basketball season tonight at 7:45
against Jacksonville University
in the Florida gym.
The teams freshmen squads
tangle in a preliminary battle at
5:30 p.m.
Coach Tommy Bartletts bas basketball
ketball basketball players take away Ray
Graves football spotlight with a
squad dotted with experience and
All-American potential. Four of
the five starters bring impres impressive
sive impressive credentials into the game.
Bartlett calls forward Gary
McElroy, a 6-6 senior from
Clearwater, an All-America if he
performs as he did in pre-sea pre-season
son pre-season intra-squad game.
Dave Miller, a 6-7 senior play playmaker
maker playmaker from Delray Beach, is the
: f IISbBBr
1 -flHjra i§ w
A "fS, M
DAVID MILLER
. . team captain
FSU Game
Film Shown
Football films of the Florida-
FSU game will be shown today
at 11:30 a.m. in Rooms 150
C & D on the first floor of the
Reitz Union cafeteria.
Salad Bowl
On Sunday
The Second Annual Salad Bowl
will pit the waiters of Delta Phi
Epsilon and Alpha Epsilon Phi
3:30 Sunday afternoon at P. K.
Yonge field.
ELECTION
of
Hillel Officer
Sunday, December 3rd
3 pm to 6 pm
Latke Party
6 pm
Millet Foundation
1 NW 18th Street

tallest guard in the United States.
Miller is the team captain, who
was the teams second leading
scorer last year with a 13.8
average.
The Gators No. 1 scorer and
rebounder is gone, Gary Keller.
Keller averaged 15 points a game
while pulling down 11 rebounds.
Keller now is averaging 12 points
a game as a professional for the
Minneapolis Muskies in the Am American
erican American Basketball Association.
But Bartlett expects Kellers
shoes to be filled by the 6-11
feet of Neal Walk. Walk, a 19
year old junior from Miami
Beach, is given a good chance
by Bartlett to develop into the
finest big man in the South.
Walk has improved tremen tremendously
dously tremendously from last year, said
Bartlett. The big improvement
has been his agility.
Walk, averaged 11.5 points a
game while hauling down an aver average
age average of eight rebounds a game.
The fourth starter will be 6-5
Andy Owens, a sophomore from
Tampa. Owens was a prep-All-
American and as a Baby Gator
hit 52 per cent of his shots.
Owens was red-shirted last year
as he played behind Keller.
LA Trades 1
For 2 Cubs <
MEXICO CITY (UPI) The
Los Angeles Dodgers completed
their second deal of the major
league baseball meetings today
when they traded outfielder Lou
Johnson to the Chicago Cubs for
infielder Paul Popovich and out outfielder
fielder outfielder James Williams.
The three man intra-league
swap followed a five-man inter interleague
league interleague deal by the Dodgers Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. in which they dealt catcher
John Roseboro and pitchers Ron
Perranoski and Bob Miller to
Minnesota for shortstop Zoilo
Versalles and pitcher Jim Mud Mudcat
cat Mudcat Grant.

- u&U' um r%
~ms£&Fu T^yz/riey
* Figure farShq*s.../tsuref9shbn expert* *+h &ms, Girdles* Lingerie
The Pfai/ §ames\Jille
r

The fifth starter, at guard,
for the Gators will be two ju junior
nior junior college transfers, Mike Lea Leatherwood
therwood Leatherwood and Richard Vasquez.
Vasquez is a six-foot junior
from Houston, Texas and Leath*-
erwood is 5-11 ball handler from
Pensacola.
I will play both of these boys
equally the first couple of games,
to see which one adapts to our
system the best, said Bartlett.
Floridas competition to date
has been intrasquad games and
the Gators are tiring of them.
They are chopping at the bit, r
said Bartlett, they want some
competition to see how good they
are.
Theyll find out tonight
against JU and Monday against
Kentucky, added Bartlett.
With the addition of the scor scoring
ing scoring of Owens and the improved
strength of Walk under the bas basket,

/ FOR A BETWEEN SNACK MEAL j
/ Y S
/ CARRY-OUT SERVICE
> / 2310 S. W. 13th Street 376-2696 /
J 1505 N. W. 13th Street 378-2481 /

ket, basket, Bartlett says this years club
has a much better offense than
last years 21-4 squad.
The offense will be limping a
little against the Dolphins. Atone
time or another during the last
month of play, all six of the
above-named players have mis missed
sed missed practice. But all will play
against Jacksonville.

SEN ri DIPPER DAN ssr.
THIS CARO ENTITLES
Dipper Dan
ham!
to enjoy Dipper Don ice cream cones,
shakes, Hoots, frosteds, jumbo
sodas, sundaes, banana splits. South
Sea Delights, Dipper Dan Specials,
Boat Loads, Bloopers, cetera
Westgate Shopping Center
CMOMCHMrS SIGNATU*

But one substitute, Ed Lucko,
a sophomore guard from Warren,
Ohio, will miss the season with
a serious knee injury. Bartlett is
considering an operation on Lu Lucko's
cko's Lucko's knee.
Lucko, 6-2, 185 pounds, led
the freshmen team last year in
scoring with a 16.2 average.



Gators Vs. GHS /jj
BY 808 PADECKY
alligator sports editor
Admit it, Jacksonville University is not really much basketball
competition for the Florida Gators.
Last year the Gators opened the 1966 season with a 34-point
win over the Dolphins. In 1965, it was Florida 31 points better than
JU.
This year, Dolphin coach Joe Williams has six sophomores
and just one senior back from a 8-17 season. And two JU regulars
are very, very doubtful starters.
?.But listen to Gator coach Tom my Bartlett for a moment, and you think
the Gators were playing Kentucky instead of JU.
Just a week ago, Seattle of the NBA was leading the Boston Celtics
by 41 points at halftime, said Bartlett.
Imagine that! Who would have thought Seattle, a new club, could
even keep close to the Celts.
Boy, thats about as feasible as if Gainesville High School were
to beat us tomorrow.
\
But the trouble is there are many average teams that can beat
fine teams on any given day, concluded Bartlett.
But dont bet on it tonight. But think about Monday, thats when the
Gators DO play Kentucky.
At Lexington no less, in front of the Baron.
Albert The Alligator
Due to circumstances beyond his control, Albert the Alligator
will not expound on his weekly football predictions.
It seems that somebody has entered Alberts cage and stolen our
Gator. And strung him up in front of the Florida State student
body at the football game.
T-dummm, poor dumb Gator. But after all, one got tired of cen censoring
soring censoring his stuff.
But really, wasnt it funny as hell?
P.S. Really, Albert hasnt got any games this weekend to pick
so hell be back next week with some more CENSORED. These
last predictions will include a special crystal-ball gaze at the Bowl
games.
And all along Albert thought I did the censoring. Its really that
dirty old man, Steamboat Hull, editor emeritus.
0.J., Hendricks On
All-American Squad

Southern Californias national
champion Trojans, led by Oren Orenthal
thal Orenthal J. (Orange Juice) Simpson,
and a group of stars from Dixie,
including Ted Hendricks of the
University of Miami, dominated
the 1967 United Press Interna International
tional International All-America football team
announced Wednesday.
Simpson led all vote-getters
and was joined on the 22-man
honor squad by three Trojan
teammates. The All-America
team also included three players
from Notre Dame, and two each
from Tennessee, Alabama, and
UCLA.
Here are the players chosen
as the best in the land:
Offense:
End Jim Seymour, Notre
Dame, and Dennis Homan, Ala Alabama.
bama. Alabama.
Tackles Ron Yary, Southern
California, and Edgar Chandler,
Georgia.
Guards Rich Stotter, Hous Houston,

IreflK/iSHMtf

i£L a TBlmjaJL
FEATURING-QUICK, COURTEOUS CURB SERVICE
DINING ROOM
COUNTER
CARRY OUT

Open Til 1 AM
1610 S.W. 13th St.

ton, Houston, and Harry Olszewski, Clem Clemson.
son. Clemson.
Center Bob Johnson, Ten Tennessee.
nessee. Tennessee.
Quarterback Gary Beban,
UCLA.
Halfback O. J. Simpson,
Southern California, and Le Leroy
roy Leroy Keyes, Purdue.
Fullback Larry Csonka,
Syracuse.
Defense:
Ends Ted Hendricks, Mi Miami
ami Miami Fla., and Tim Rossovich,
Southern California.
Tackles Kevin Hardy, Notre
Dame, and Dennis Byrd, North
Carolina State.
Middle guard Granville Lig Liggins,
gins, Liggins, Oklahoma.
Linebackers -- Adrian Young,
Southern California, and Don
Manning, UCLA.
Halfbacks Tom Schoen,
Notre Dame; Bobby Johns, Ala Alabama;
bama; Alabama; Frank Loria, Virginia
Tech; and Al Dorsey, Tennessee.

UF Breaks
Attendance
Records
*
UFs exciting young football
team smashed all home attend attendance
ance attendance records this season with a
total draw of 361,773 in six
games.
The Gators averaged 60,296
per home game on a schedule
which included Illinois, LSU,
Vanderbilt, Georgia (Jackson (Jacksonville),
ville), (Jacksonville), Kentucky and Florida
State.
Game-by-game attendance was
Illinois, 57,391, LSU, 59,261,
Vanderbilt, 61,855, Georgia,
69,489, Kentucky, 50,833 and
Florida State, 62,944.
This should assure an even
higher final national ranking in
home attendance. UF has finished
eighth and sixth nationally the
past two seasons in football at attendance.
tendance. attendance.
The seasons home finale was
a single-game record, as Florida
played host to arch rival FSU.

American and Foreign Cars I
10,000 Mile or 1-Yr. Guarantee
on Complete Brake Job
Rebuilt Generators & Starters
HULLS BRAKE SERVICE |l] If* 111 M
1314 S. Main St. Phone 372-1497
M Member Independent Garage Owners of America*^|HHl^
ROBBIE'S
The Best In
K
COLOR T.V. & BILLIARDS*
1718 W. University Ave.
OnThe Gold Coast

)111)DJijyilllllll,JU,L Hi ' ~
*'->X 11 % 111 '.TOl 1 1 1 J JJ?
X If# 1
-* * L 1 f :$ >. m ;
This Is Where Good Service Starts
We offer the best foreign car service in town, and this is one of the reasons.
Here our mechanics are being trained to work on MG and Austin-Healey from
their Factory Training Bus. This is the way we service our cars, with trained
personnel and factory parts. Bob Whitehouse, our service advisor, invites
all his friends and former customers to come in and see for themselves
why Cranes service is best.
New Sales New Service-Jtaw Parts Inventory
H CRANE IMPORTS
i 506 East University 372-4373
* o

FOOTBALL
SPORTS

Friday, December 1, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

Gator Cricket Club
Plays Host To Georgia

The UF student body will get
to see a different and to Amer Americans,
icans, Americans, unusual sport this weekend
when the Gator Cricket Club will
play two matches from a team
from Savannah, Ga. on the drill
field.
Saturday's match will start at
2 p.m. and Sundays match will
get underway at 11 a.m.
The Cricket Club is composed
mainly of foreign students. The
public is invited to attend the
matches.

Admission is free.
Fans are asked to bring their
seats as this sport will not be
held on Florida Field.
If You're
Over Weight 'jm\
You're M
Weighted W
Down! oTm
3 Months Course
BEGINS JAN. 2, 1968
Complete facilities T
4 Routieoe
Gift Certificates Available
Sign-Up Now
FREE USE
Os Facilities Until Course
Begins
JANUARY 2. 1968
VIRGINIA'S
Hai*styMng 4 Reducing Salon
"6 Years In this Location"
2ioo N.W. 6th St.
Phono 172-1575
FRh PARK INC tm 1 mm

Page 15



, The Florida Alligator, Friday, December 1, 1967

Page 16

UPI Names Trapp
SECs Mr. Offense

Hy CHARLES S. ALDINGER
(UPI) ln the Southeastern
Conference, where passing is the
meal ticket, it stands to reason
that the catchers have got to be
good.
Thus it was Thursday that lanky
Florida end Richard Trapp, the
killer of Gator opponents, was
named United Press Internation Internationals
als Internationals SEC offensive player of the
year.
To prove the point about pass
catchers, the 6-2, 175-pound sen senior
ior senior from Bradenton, Fla. barely
edged out another outstanding end
in the voting by sportswriters
and broadcasters throughout the
Southeast.
A hair behind Trapp was Ala Alabamas
bamas Alabamas All-America end Dennis
Homan. But while Homan has
caught more touchdown passes
and caught them for more yard yardage
age yardage than Trapp this year, the
Floridian won it on heart stop stoppers.
pers. stoppers.
Third in the voting was Ho Homans
mans Homans batterymate, Kenny Stab Stabler,
ler, Stabler, also a senior at Alabama.
Trapp, the billiards and ping pingpong
pong pingpong champion of the University
of Florida and a .350 hitter as
a baseball shortstop, is the
Gibson Named
Finest Athlete
> f
World Series hero Bob Gib Gibson
son Gibson of the St. Louis Cardinals
topped the voting for the month
of October in the race for the
S. Rae Hickok Professional Ath Athlete
lete Athlete of the Year Award, it was
announced Wednesday.
Gibson received 91 first place
votes and 300 points to far out outdistance
distance outdistance slugger Carl Yastrzem Yastrzemskt.
skt. Yastrzemskt.

This is your chance,
Student #7026941.
Drink Sprite and be
somebody. MR.BIG
Take heart. Take a dime.
Then take a bottle of Sprite
from the nearest pop
Suddenly
your hand. Cold.
Biting. and
tingling. You P^^PPUU
cackle fiendishly f !
and rub your hands f m\W Rj
together. (You g m
should; they're
probably chilled to
the bone by now.) K
You tear off to a /
corner, alone, but a
within earshot of A m
your fellows. m
And then? And then? And then you unleash it.
SPRITE! It fizzes! It roars! It bubbles with
good cheer!
Heads turn. Whisperings. "Who's that strangely
fascinating student with the arch smile. And what's
in that curious green bottle that's making such
a racket?"
And you've arrived! The distinctive taste and
ebullient character of Sprite has set you apart.
You're somebody, uh...uh, whoever-you-are.
/sprite} SPRITE. SO TART AND |
OraMFrffw TINGLING. WE JUST COULDN'T
KEEP IT QUIET.
r*i. -r V h ( wi l.i ftfiMJl MAM"

finest receiver I ever coached,
says Florida's Ray Graves.
Trapp was named to the All-
SEC football team for the second
year this week. With one game
to go, he has caught 56 passes
for 692 yards and one touch touchdown,
down, touchdown, compared to his total of
63 catches for 872 yards and
seven touchdowns last year.
Trapps big asset has not only
been his stidky fingers, but his
speed and ability to turn a short
catch into a long gain.

TEP, Lambda Chi
Win Football Semis

Bv PAUL KAPLAN
Assistant Sports Editor
Paul Mittman led a strong
defense and Rick Parillo provided
the offense for Tau Epsilon Phi,
as the TEPs edged rival Pi
Lambda Phi, 25-24, in the semi semifinal
final semifinal round of Orange League
football Wednesday.
In the second game, Lambda
Chi Alpha was tied, 19-19, by
Phi Delta Theta, but the Lambda
Chis were credited with the win
as they amassed more first
downs.
Parillo snared two touchdown
passes the second one was
the game winner.
Lambda Chi earned a trip to
the finals as quarterback Bill
Parker passed for two touch touchdowns
downs touchdowns and ran for another.
The Phi Delts, trailing 19-12
in the second half, scored a touch touchdown
down touchdown and an extra point to tie
the score. Lambda Chi, however,
got 10 first downs, doubling their
opponents final total to decide
the contest.

Im surprised and proud to
hear it, said the talkative blond
21-year-old when informed of the
honor. There are a lot of good
players in this conference and Im
sure a lot of others deserve this.
Trapp is so good in football
and baseball that he can be casual
about which hell play when he
gets out of college.
I plan to play either pro
football or pro baseball, he
said, and come here to law
school in the off season.

TEP and Lambda Chi will now
meet to decide the football cham champion.
pion. champion. If Lambda Chi wins, they
will move into second place in
Orange League competition be behind
hind behind Sigma Nu.

f sportsman
at Christmas. Select quality in
their favorite sports equipment here:
-FOOTBALL- /\
NFL OUTFITS FOR BOYS My'M @9 / f
Helmets, Shoulder Pods'. / j!
FOOTBALL JERSEYS IWWlfeLfl
FOOTBALL PANTS
FOOTBALL HELMETS
FOOTBALL^SHOES
(Regulation and Junior Size) ill
KICKING TEES /j |||||^Ph|
-BASKETBALL- MWi
BASKETBALL BACKBOARD
And Goal Sets W/Mounting
BASKETBALLS
(Regulation & Intermediate
BASKETBALL SHOES IgfjP
BASKETBALL GOALS a AhA, IT JBP
BASKETBALL NETS ^SggMaHMpP^
-Baseball & Softball Softball
Softball GLOVES BY MocGREGOR, T^JRTj
RAWLINGS AND NOKONA MM
CATCHER'S EQUIPMENT
CAPS SHOES
MITTS SHIRTS
BATTING TRAINER FOR -GOLF -GOLFTHE
THE -GOLFTHE LITTLE LEAGUER # Clubl by
TEk.Ik.HC B Carts # Putters
-TcNIMIb- Bags Wedges
TENNIS RACKETS BY BAN- I p >
CROFT, DUNLAP AND WILSON J Rl r^v^r ,a Pack)
TENNIS PRESSES I Shaa Boat
JmiiT< S OB um Shoes (Men's &
SHIRTS & SHORTS FOR MEN Womon'.i
SEHIRTS & SHORTS FOR MEN Jackets Nvlon)
TENNIS SHOES FOR THE cVmp ete lin. Jf
WHOLE FAMILY Accessories
Jimmie Hughes Sporting Goods
Northcentral Florida's Sporting Goods Headquarters
1113 W. University Ave. / 372-8212

Xheck Our Prices
f(l Before You Buy
Vljtoi Fot the entire Family:
B oots # H ats B e Its
- < Jsckets Levis
ISaddlery & Vaccines
Gainesville Stockman Supply Company
Located Gainesville Livestock Market
JC3I NV i? Phone: 372-8916
WIIVVWWWWWWUWIIWWWWWWWWW wwvwvv 'i
LUNCH SPECIALS FBQM S9O
kn H CHUCK WAGON MEALS
: /S/jintw 990
;! OPEN 11 AM -9 PM
11 Casual Western Dining
I"TODEROSA
JUL £ ctkak houct
I; In Gainesville at the Westgate Shopping Ctr.
j| 3321 W. University Ave. at 34th St.
;1 ALSO IN ORLANDO AND TITUSVILLE

%