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Vol. 57, No. 54 < University of FloridaGainesville Wednesday, Nov. 18, 1964

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Gator FSU Of 1965 Legislation

Football Sing LBJ OrdersHouseSurvey

Slated FridaySongs : :

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ranging from folk Grieg ,
will be presented at the third annual -
UF-FSU Football Concert, WASHINGTON (UPI) President Johnson instructed House Democratic ,
given by the combined men's !glee leaders yesterday to make a survey and report to him on legislation -
clubs, Friday, 8 p.m., at Westcott that could be passed early next year.
Auditorium in Tallahassee. r The White House said Johnson asked Speaker John W. McCormackand
According to Alan Plum, presi- party whip Carl Albert to survey the House committee chairmen t
dent of the UF Men's Glee Club, to see which bills may be ready for passage early In the next session.
over 3,000 people are expected to The President instructed McCormick -
attend this concert, which Plum and Albert to report the :;:;::::::::::::::::::::: ::: ::::::::::: :: :: ::>.: :::::.:--O-i': : ,
said has become "almost tradi- results to him early next year- ::;:
tional" before the UF-FSU foot- either before Congress convenesor I 1 1v

ball game. Admission for the concert shortly thereafter. ;
j i: Florida i
is free. Asked whether this step rould ; Alligator | ,
The UF Men's Glee Club will expedite the passage of legislation I:::' Staff Meeting at !|J .,t,

open the concert with songs by ... in 1965, White House President | 4:30 P.M. Friday. |
Grieg and will alternate with the xf Secretary George E. Reedy said: .... j
FSU Men's Glee Club throughoutthe "It could." :;:.:.: Seminole pictures .::|
rest of the program. The sec- Johnson talked with McCormick :|i! will be taken at !|: 'J::"
ond half of the concert will be SRBRV. "-;;" and Albert for two hours in an '.:. that I ,'

ing comprised and love of songs folk songs, such and as"When drink- PICTURED the ARE trophies the Dollars for the For different Scholars unscheduled White House afternoon acknowledged meeting.The the. ;1\.:::::...'.............................................time................;.......................o.!.............................................................;.:..::. ";)1
receiving :i
Johnnie Comes Marching Home," two House leaders were with the i
and "Old King Cole." Representing Jennings Hall East and West are left to President after the meeting became SOTS Names

An original medley,composed by right: Carol George and Sharon Sindad; AlphaDeltaPi known through McCorml ck's
FSU professor of Music Richard statement to a newsman. II
Powell, and sung by both groups, Kathy Fairfield; Hume Hall Mark Springer; SAE Reedy declined to list any bills Director ArtSOTS "
will close the program. Doug Stowell. that might be In the earlyactioncategory. '
"Cry Out And Shout," a Joint Out he said this classification I''
concert given by UF Men's and might! Include legislation now has--of all thingsan -- I
Women's Glee Clubs and the Uni- Hartmann Tells on which there already have been art director. I
versity Choir will be presented to hearings. She's Miss Nancy Jordan and'j'
UF students on Nov. 24. Under the rules of Congress, she lIys.he'lgolnctohelpSOTSI I
legislation Introduced at one ses- the Society for the \
Social Critic ChangesProblemsprotested sion does not automatically come Obliteration of the h
up for consideration In a new Trimeter System -
Changes in the state of Florida interference Is In the waiting In- Congress. But its Introduction Is Its war
Speaks HereThursday relating to the UF campus were volved. usually a formality. against the sys
discussed by Dr. Frederick Hart- Problem areas within UF as Reedy said there was no dis- v tem.
P.M.Vance mam at the Freshman Council pointed out by Hartmann were cussion of the ratio of Democratsand "SOTS will not
meeting Monday night. communications, student organizations Republicans on House committees I only give me an
Packard, author of the Hartmamprofessor of political and academic freedom.The or any talk about the I I opportunity to
best-selling books "The Hidden science, who has taught at the UF need for SG constitution opposition of,some House committee t work against this
Persuaders," "The Status Seekers for 17 years also told the councilof revision and Alligator coveragewere chairmen (to administration- comparativelypoor
," and "The Waste Makers," problems for the state, area, noted specifically as the supported measures. education ,
will speak tomorrow night In the and individuals which he has observed centers of communication difficul Some Democrats have proposed JORDAN system, but it twill
University Auditorium. during this time. ty. As an example of student organization Increasing proportion of Democrats also allow me to
Packard will discuss "What's According to Hartmann,Florida problems,Hartman said on House committees to gain practical experience in my
Happening to the American Char- needs to be modernized politically that Florida Blue Key needed ease passage of bills supported by major field (art)," she said.
acter," at 8:15 p.m. to come of age. Financing is Inadequate modernizing. The difficulty In aca- the party's leadership. SOTS Chief Administrator Mickey \
His speech will be sponsored by particularly in relationto demic freedom Is the persistent Johaion's proposal for health Chason made the announcement \
the Florida Union Forums Com- this institution, he said. pressure students are under, he care for the aged! under Social of Miss Jordan's appointment yes \
mittee.He He termed state financing and Security could well fall under the terday. .
will discuss the Impact on appointment of officers as bureau- said.The final solution. to these prob- early-action category. Extensive lie said more man-power help I
average Americans of preoccupation cratic in procedure. Political Interference lems or changes lies In the Individual hearings have been held before the was expected at the group's next
with status, exploitation of the in getting government he asserted. House Ways and Means Committee, meeting, scheduled tomorrow night \
youth market and promotion of approval of new professors is at 8 p.m. In Room 324 of the i
living on credit. another problem, he said. This (Continued on Page 2)) (Continued on Page 2)i) I

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:II.:. UF Grid Concessions Stress Quality/ I :

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:8::: SHARON KELLEY protested at paying 25 cents per the bun, foil bag, product with Moor said the hot dog assembly people wanted larger drinks
ij:.:.|.! Staff Writer soft drink at the stadium, Moore musta rd,ove rhead and five cents line starts at nine a.m. Instead of the 7 ounce smaller 6 .
:::: broke down the various costs per hot dog that goes to the in a special room under the size. Moor decided to put both f
:::::: "The the me around our office Involved in producing one Cokeor hustlers are taken out. stadium. The product comes In before the public and let them f \
::ij::: is quality and quantity," said Pepsi. Profits go Into the general frozen is cooked, put in buns choose. :?
$:: Coach Perry Moore UF con- athletic association fund and are with mustard, wrapped In a "People won't buy the smaller : :
:$ cessions director, as he explained "The product costs us eight used In many ways,Moor said. foil bag and put In warmers drink in the stands,")Moor :J
:jj::: procedures, expenses cents; the cup and lid, two anda "Athletic association funds until game time. The hot dog said. "W* could give them a :
$ and profits involved In a football half cents;overhead Including: support more projects than boys carry the product to the cheaper, watered-down drink,
::.:j:: afternoon at Florida Field. wages, ice and tickets used by student are aware 01,"be said. stands in warming boxes. but we prefer to use more Coke i
;.::. sellers, comes to about five Perry explained that money and give them better drink." J \
"We're cheaper than any cents; plus we pay each drink He included scholarship a- is bandied in a hank.llke ope I
'...: stadium in the country"Moore hustler (seller) five cents per warded to students other than ration with tellers In cages Moore said about So. OUOO I
$ said. drink. That leaves a profit of athletes, the new stands at the supervising till exchange of pounds of Ice ar* delivered to \
:::| He explained that the concession four and a half cents on the stadium and the new golf course funds. the stadium at 4 a.m. and is
;i'| department, which Is 25 cent Coke. If we're not u examples. "I have to pay out $1,500 In crushed by machines on the back f I "
f J part of the overall program of entitled to that then we shouldall Moore, who recently was ap- salaries before the game ever of the delivery trucks.Cups are ;' \
=::ji:; the athletic association at the get out of this business," pointed assistant to the athletic tarts, come rain snow or loaded 24 at a time on to an .::
:j U F, is a business ope ration coa- Moore said. director, said he serves the slett," Moore said. "The weather assembly line where they are
"::;:: cerned with both making a profit He said a profit of approximately 25 cent Coke because the public and other factors also affect Iced, filled with Coke and cap
r:: and patrons of the UF. from the sale of each hot doc two years ago the Cocoa Cola If It is an exciting game,people them up and carry them out
: When told that students often in the stands after the cost of Company informed him that don't buy much," be reported. to the stands. }i i'J 4w

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JohnsonContinued --

Missionary Doctor May

( from Page 1)) ment were discussed in his first

Still Be Alive in CongoLEOPOLDVILLE report on the session.

and the Senate passed the measure Reedy said the meeting did not
... before adjourning in October. take up the matter of reapportion
The CongoUPI cution proceed. They carried signs that Carlson had been reprievedbut ment-an issue In the last Con-
( ) A broadcast by the rebel- which said"down with Americans"and a highly-placed American diplomat The Appalachian bill to stimu- gress.

held Stanleyville Radio disclosed "no negotiations with Washington said, "I have a hunch that late the backward economic areasin

Tuesday that American mission- for prisoners of war." Carlson is still alive." 11 states also was approvedby He agreed that the aim was to
ary-doctor Paul Carlson was still Secretary of State Dean Rusk the Senate but died for lack establish a preliminary timetable
alive. But it said rebel demonstrations asked Kenya Premier Jomo Ken- The broadcast said talks were of action by the House. in effect, to try and clear the
were demanding the con- yetta to Intercede on Carlson's held Monday on Carlson's fate decks in Congress for
demned physician be put to death. behalf and Informed sources here between Gbenye and U.S. Consul Reedy said he did not know posals to be made in new pro-
The rebels had announced that said Kenyatta had relayed the message Michael Hoyt who was released if there would be a comparable State of the Union message.
Carlson, 36, would be executed at to Gbenye. Kenyatta is headof from house arrest for the confer meeting between Johnson and the
noon Monday as a spy and because the Congo committee of the ence. An official statement broad- Senate Democratic leadership. A
he fought as a U.S. Army Organization of African Unity cast by the radio said the talks contest is now In progress for
major against the rebels. Ameri- (OAU). were held in "perfect under- the No. 2 Democratic job in the HartmannContinued

cans denied he was a spy and said Carlson, the first white man standing." Senate-party whip-that was vacated
his only military service was as known to have been tried by a Carlson is a member of the by the election of Sen. Hubert

a Navy enlisted man at' the closeof rebel military court, was sen- mission Evangelique De L'Ubani, H. Humphrey as vice nresi- ( from Page 1))
World War II. tenced to death on Nov. 13. Since whose headquarters are the Covenant dent.

A broadcast Tuesday said then Stanleyville Radio has indicated World Missions, 5101 North "You are always part of UP--you
demonstrators massed outside the the rebels were willing to Francisco Ave., Chicago. His wife Earlier, Reedy had la' !d the.JohnsonMcCormack.Alberttalks. know what the problem is, but now
home of rebel "President"Chris negotiate his release. and two children were taken out must do something about It,"Hart-
topher Gbenye demanding the exe- There was no official word here as the rebels advanced. as an "Informal chat"that was arranged mann concluded.

so the President could see Freshman Council will have a

Albert before the Oklahoma Demo steering meeting next Monday, in
crat headed west Wednesday for a Florida Union Room 218, at 7:30

from home visit. p.m. At this time members will
1 UPI map out projects for the Freshman

The White House spokesman also Class,council President Alan Paul
said that no matters of great mo- said.M .

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heavy rains u.. tin ... :* ravagedlast upper South Vietnamese coastline scene of heavy fighting last Fri
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destroyed 54,000 houses and In the Annamite Mountains farther workers and Israeli air force ;I To

left. 700,000 persons homeless. In inland. A fourth typhoon, Louise, planes retaliated. The next day Enroute
some areas 80 per cent of the was reported nearing the Philip Israeli and Syrian jet fighters en- \ \:. No
livestock perished and crop losses pines on a course that could take it gaged in dog fights north of the \' WASHINGTONPHILADELPHIA
were 100 per cent. into South Viet Nam. Sea of Galilee.In .
The Communists used the triple The Princeton, dispatched from Tuesday's incidents, rifle .
disaster propaganda.President Hong Kong, had loaded supplies to shots were fired at Israeli trac- : ,;
Ho Chi Minh of North Viet Nam help victims of the earlier storms. tor operators and farm workers :
offered 20,000 tons of rice, 10,000 Deputy U. S.Ambassador Alexis during the morning. The shots NEW YORK
tons of medical supplies and two Johnson, Gen. William C. West- were not returned, the sources j\\\;\

million yards of textile fabrics to moreland and Deputy Premier '
said.Later And
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Job FredThe


Alligator would like to recognize and commend Fred Lane
for the outstanding work which he has done in the Treasurer's

office of SO so far this year.The dedication which he has displayed OF L T j
merits special praise by The Alligator. f
Fred Lane has made changes In the Treasurer's office which

will serve to bring SG closer'to the students which it represents. j, %
Fred's work can be put Into two major categories: changes which
have already been made, and plans for the future.
This year a change was made to a Year-Round Budget System
instead of separate planning for the summer trimester. This
system expediates the budgeting of funds, and modernizes the
system. Practical changes have been made too; the budget for
organizations is no longer on a cents-per-member basis, but
rather on a dollar basis depending on the needs of the organization.For APODOSIS
the first time in SG history, the Treasurer has prepared an
information sheet for the Legislative Council in order that they
may more Intelligently prepare the budget.In Sammy
order to help organizations, each business manager is
required to submit to the treasurer two reports per trimesterof
his organization's financial transactions. This year will also children, the poor tourist is stuck with disposalof
see the first list compiled of all SG equipment presently in use. the animal while it is still small. So, they
The day-to-day administrative routines of the treasurer's office take the reptile by the tail, and flush them down

were changed this year to better fit an office which works the Naturally I was quite shocked and outragedby into the sewage system. But gators are pretty
year-round. Efficiency and practicality have been the keynotes of the recent attempt on the personage of adaptable. Most of these unwanted gators manageto
the projects which have been Implemented thus far. Albert III by a bunch of wild eyed radicals survive by eating the rats that dwell in the
Planned for the future is a revision of the rules which govern from FSCW. Being a loyal Florida Gator and sewers, and they usually grow to lead normal
how and where money is to be spent. A new finance manual for an alligophile from way back, I applaud the gator 'type lives. New York City for examplehas
business managers of all organizations will be Issued next efforts now being made by SG and the fraternities whole colonies of alligators living in the
trimester. A program is presently in the works for long-range to protect the beloved symbol of our noble sewers. And I understand that human type
financial planning for publications. A new Free Expenditure university. sewer workers carry bull gator whips to keep

Evaluation (FEE) is now being compiled to aid future legislative After all, alligators are the reptiles at bay while working.
councils and treasurers. really pretty cool type This combination of traits make alligators

Out the most Important single plan for next trimester Is a beasts, and they are the I, something we should all be proud to have as a
complete copy of the SG budget designed to be circulated to perfect symbol for UF. symbol. We at the UF are bearers of the Great
every student. Through this statement everyone will be ableto The alligator heritage and Cult of the Alligator. Remember the gator that

see just where and how all money is spent. character is a fine and is In your blood, when you travel up Seminole-
$495,000 per year goes through the treasurer's office; every upstanding one. It Is land to watch the Gators beat them Injuns.
student deserves to know where this money Is going. Fred Laneis certainly a better and more The very thought of any attempt on the body of
one treasurer who is attempting not only to make sure that the Imaginative mascot than our Albert should make your blood boil and I

money is fairly spent but also to explain to every student where the one FSCW chose. Not trust you will spare no effort to feed Sammy
the money is being spent. Fred seems to be one SG officer who only did they choose a group I Seminole to Albert. An attack on Albert is
Is Interested In making SG Into a STUDENT government. that the government of the an attack on you. This mission should be a

United States Is still SCHUSTER matter of personal honor to everyone on campus.

t.1 1.1. 1:1t1:1:1: ;::..1:t:1:1:::::1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1::::::::::1:1:1::.1:1:1::. .1.1.1.t1.1.1.1.H.1.1..1... t1 1 1 11 m11 11m technically at war with, but used they unimaginativelychose the UF for its Unfortunately, I can't make the trip to.
a name already by Tallahassee because I'll betakingGRE'sallday.So
TODAY'S QUOTE yearbook. it Is up to you to drag BUetnlkoff out of bounds
I think the Morale Commission has missedthe and turn him over to Al. Gators of Florida

boat in not making new students familiar unite I You have nothing to lose short of getting
with the true significance of having an alligatoras thrown out of school.
"The only way to make a man trustworthy is to trust him;
and the surest way to make him untrustworthy is to distrust a school symbol. After all, the picture that
Albert HI presents just relaxing inhisfurnishedpen
him and show your distrust."
is not In Itself very inspiring. The fact LETTERS:
Henry Lewis Stimson
is that alligators are really pretty cool

creatures.Let's face it, Albert ni has a good thing Christmas LightsEDITOR

going for him. Except for no sex life, he has

The s FloridaALLIGATOR all the comforts of home. Thus he can affordto :
relax and soak up the sun, listen to people
pour out their problems to him, and think about As I was going downtown a couple of days
his next football predictions. But underneathhis :ago to do some much needed shopping, I noticed
veneer of lethargy lies a cunning animal. some little men putting up little silvery

Under water, alligators are graceful, fast, decorations on the lamp posts In the greater
Served by United Press International vicious, and Intelligent beasts. The fact that downtown area.
one from Lake Alice bit a Campus Cop the I was just wondering -. does Christmas
other week further attests their outstanding ALWAYS come before Thanksgiving these days?
judgement ability.
Editor .. ..... .............. ... ....... ..... .Walker Lundy
Moreover alligators serve a useful Webb 1UC
Managing Editor ....... ..... ... .. ......... .....Joel Gaston very Suzy ,
function In the American way of life. Many
Assistant Managing Editor ... ...... ... .... ...Nancy Drachey -
tourists who travel from Damnyankeeland to
Assistant Managing Editor .. ..... .. ... .. .. .. .Dave Berkowitz EDITOR:
Florida for winter vacations take baby"gators"
Editorial Page Editor ... ........ .... .. ... ......Ed Barber
home with them as souvenirs. But once back
Sports Editor ... .. ......... .. ... .. ..... .. .Bruce Dudley GATOR ODE TO FSCW
up north, they are faced with the prospect of
1 City Editor .. ...... .... ...... ... ......... .. ..Skip Haviser
raising a twelve foot alligator. This being a
frightening prospect to many people with small Now women's rights the world did hear,
And so a school to us so near
Editorial Assistants --Jim Cutello,AnnCarter,Don Federm.1n.
LETTER: Began the drive that showed us all
Donlta Mathison, Tova Levine. Sam Ullman, Ernie Litz (Circula- That
women truly play football
tion Manager),Stan Kulp(Cartoonist), RonSpencerGary Swallow. The Squaws for nearly eight whole years

Fall FrolicsEDITOR Have failed to rouse our Gators' fears;

reporters -- Patti Pita (Student Government Beat Chief), Joe But still they scream they'll win, and say.

Kollln, Bob Golub, Joe Waldorf, Sharon Kelley, Yvette Cardozo, "Just wait until next Saturday."
Frank Shepard, Lee Alexander, Agnes Fowles, Thelma Mossman, : They've scratched and kicked at such a pace.

Marjorie Green, Evan Langbein, David Kennedy, Terry Rogers, Till they are now in fifteenth place.

Susie Halback, Jeffrey Denkewalter, Dick Dennis, Beverly Faber, Please accept my thanks for giving Fall And so they squeal as If In heaven "
Dick Schneider, Greg Seltz, Sue Dobbie. Frolics the amount and type of publicity which While looking at their own "Sweet Seven.
you did. No event can succeed on this campus Bull Gator and his mighty herd
without The Alligator helping it along. The Will prove the truth of this, my word;
Alligator gave Frolics wonderful help. That dames with men should never fight
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaperof
The student body also deserves a vote of Ere sobs walk halls thoughout the night
the University of Florida and Is published five times weekly
Yet I can muster
thanks from the IFC. It is most encouraging no dismay
except during May June and July when It la published semi-
So to
you I have
when entertainment Is brought to campus and It squaws to say;
weekly. Only editorials represent the official opinion of The
is enjoyed by such a receptive audience. "Get out there, girls, and try again.
Alligator. Columns represent only the opinions of their authors. Good luck! And may the best MEN win."
The Alligator Is entered as second class matter at the United
States Post Office at Gainesville. Ed Frolics Abbott Kenneth Arthur Cullen 2UC
Cbmn. Fall :

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I ISO. Thanksgiving Fast For Freedom t i E

-m On Gator RaidersEDITOR

1 EDITOR: to buy food for the needy In the South. (Note,
however, that contrary to a previous
In an effort to help focus a national inter- announcement the u* food Service has NOT :
collegiate attack upon an unambiguously poverty- agreed to submit money from meal tickets which
stricken area, the Student Group for Equal are not used by students.) I hesitate to pronounce a judgement againstthe
Q Rights Is participating in a national The food will be bought from one distributorand G.R. (Gator Raiders) that may prove to be
THANKSGIVING FAST FOR FREEDOM under shipped through the voluntary efforts of anything less than complimentary, but the truth
the auspices of the U. S. Youth Council, the the Teamster's Union. Checks should be made will out.
r U. S. National Student Association, and the payable to "THANKSGIVING FAST FOR I hereby take It upon myself to request of
Northern Student Movement. A similar FAST FREEDOM" and mailed to SGER, c/o Julian the G.R. that they refrain from further undue
FOR FREEDOM DAY was observed at 42 Brown, Georgia Seagle Hall. For the verbosity. I am in reference he re to the profound
S campuses on February 26, 1964, in a concerted convenience of persons not bound by prepaid and "patriotic" utterances on Saturday morningon
effort to help feed hungry and Impoverished meal contracts, collection booths will be located or about 7:30. I would remind the G.R. that
Negro families In the deep South. $10,250 was Immediately off campus on Thursday,November all personnel are not feeling the exuberance of
::::: raised to purchase, wholesale, more than 80,000 the G.R. at this particular time and a little
::::::: pounds of food. Enough preserved meat and 19.In Madison County, Mississippi, FAST FOR consideration when in the vicinity of the barracks
::::::: dried milk was provided to feed 600 families FREEDOM fed 100 families for one week each (dormitories) would be appreciated.
::::::: each for one week, in six Mississippi towns. last year. This winter the need is much greater. I would further like to point out to the G.R.
::;:::: The principle of operation is simple:students Mrs. Marion Robinson, Chairman of the Madison that genuine military personnel are generallymost
::": with private prepaid meal contracts arrange County Welfare Committee, writes: "We're considerate of others and it would behoovethe
::::::: to voluntarily abstain from one dinner meal on desperate for food this winter. Since the cotton G.R. to exercise a little of the same
:::::: a set date, before November 23. The money season ended more and more farming peopleare consideration.
:K thus saved by the dining facility Is contributed going hungry. .We will need for for Incidentally, I cannot, in all justification,
400-500 families at least before the winteris neglect mentioning the DMDT (Billy Mitchell
over." Both the need and the means for Drill Team). They sound like a cross between
; FROM THE THIRD FLOOR: some amelioration are realizable through the World War II and the 4th of July. Keep It up,
THANKSGIVING FAST FOR FREEDOM;we urge team, and you will no doubt endear yourselvesto
Its support. the hearts of all of us. Ii

Third Party DefiniteDON Julian Brown (Chairman) John R. Schuller, 2UC l

I I ;

A few weeks ago Columnist this column carried mentionof AT ALL 1

the fact that a third party, or perhaps a
fourth, might be in the framework for the
student body spring elections..
The third party is now, It seems, definitely I MURPHY STORES
beyond the rumor stage. With a campaign
organization being built in the various living
areas on the campus, the
leaders of the movement EVERYWHERE !
have said they are almost III coal rsalctr stoaE
ready to launch their move- I }
ment openly before the
student body. a 0. . a. w
One of the third party i !
spokesmen consulted bj
this reporter asked thai*
names not be used at this
time.....-._ ...-. AppreciationDay
Personalities must
remain anonymous for the DAVIS I
time being. .the movement will be based on
reasons, not people or personalities," he said..
Not the usual reappearance of an existing
party under a new name, this party is being
spearheaded by elected officeholders and
members who are breaking away from both j jO
existing parties. The new party Is based on a

"mature reform" foundation.The ., . . . . 1 .
party appears to be spawning In the
legislative branch of Student Government (SG).
Observers can expect both V.O.T.E. and Gator .
.: i ex.
Parties to start taking an active interest in
legislative council members who feel they > 10 %
been forgotten by the party."
Promotions and committee assignments will
probably be utilized with a major objective in
mind...strengthening sagging party lines and
appeasing the dissatisfied party membershipwho
might be tempted to go astray.
With the Legislative Council majority held DISCOUNTON
by Gator Party by virtue of a few, slim numberof
seats, any major rearrangement of party
affiliations could leave the necessary few
decision-making votes in a legislative tussle to ALL PURCHASES
be cast by the membership of the new party.

.. When this happens, for all practical purposes,
purely political action in the legislative council . w n ,.
will supposedly dead.
Should the control of the balance of power
'.. In the legislative council fall Into the hands of ONE DAY ONLY
- the third party, due to changes in party
affiliations, the party spokesmen have pledgednot THURSDAY NOVEMBER I1+h.
to hinder any programs: "that are of possible ,
benefit to the students." Instead they say they
will use the power to "halt any political hay- Now. ..just In time for your Christmas 'hopping.. .an outright ((0%
majtlng by a party at the expense of the students." discount on all the purchases you make at Murphy's during this one day
While these appear to be vague phrases, only And remember...this is actually 10% OVER AND ABOVE the
the party's plans will entail a platform, yet low, low prices you ALWAYS find at Murphy's I Take advantage: of thiN
unrevealed, with a reference to every major terrific one day offer I Bring your Christmas shopping lint and SAVE
area of Interest to the students ranging from MORE THAN EVER BEFORE I
election reforms to, believe it or not, civil
"We will be running for more than just
winning," our unidentified spokesman said. ci.; pJItLItLLIwp4.4IL! _
About the only thing sure at this time is
that such a third party represents a serious 10 Northwest Sixth Street A
threat to the vested Interests of the two existing
regimes, and it will have to be dealt with

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... Orange & Blue --... Gainesville & Y ou Tony'sPizza" \ _.,w. _....

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i University C ty Bank Two hungry Florida students -

....... ....... sample a delicious
is the week of the sport- j m m m submarine sandwich at
& l... I, It >>0';' "roW<
Fremac's' is featuringthis : IF .'.;'.;" '
coat. @..1. W.:: Tony's Pizza. Tony's is
beautifully) styled Club- :: I.I' located the UF library
( near
... .. 1-.-
'f d man jacket at only $$37.95. ;i'' ---at 1308 West

The cloth is 50% wool, 50% ; University---so why not

mohair. Fremac's' carries ;':.;.:...::.:..:.:.. ifks take your study date to
this sport coat in herring- ;: 11 Tony's' fora pleasant .

,' roil bone and plaids. Now is r j break from the books?

u the time to make wise additions :: Tony's' also makes on- ? rr 1
N ppMJ
f to your winter ward- f riLr campus deliveries from

robe, by shopping Fremac's.'s.ten' ..... +J 4 4P.m. to 11 p.m.
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.:::' Even balancing your checkbook c cc i be fun when your account's' at ;:;:J A pretty UF coed is shown

GainesvilleCocaCola University City Bank. Located ju juW. one block from campus, at 1116 ; getting the personal atten-

University Ave. University C ty Bank prides itself on the special t tion Mr. Mitchell is known

interest it takes in students. Vhether it's' financing a car, or ::1: for giving his customer
,";:l ;y" '. .that you just can't' quite make you checkbook "come out this month, 1 1 Whether it's' fashionable,

there is a University City Bank of cer ready to help you. University m new set-back heels for a

Bottling Co., i li liI City Bank also has night depositor service and drive-in windows for m; dressy occasion or more casual -

ij% In I the Campus Club or 1! the further convenience of student ::::: styles for campus wear,
f Mitchell's' has the finest
The Hub on those warm 1::

lazy afternoons---the : ; mil ALWAYSWELCOM- III in quality shoes. See I

K perfect time for cool- m I them at 1127 W. University.

ing off with a fountain 11; ''s

Coke. When you're' ; IJ z ) !!
just not sure if you ::1 ,
can make it to your :1, r: wl, aryi

last class or not---- ,11 :..:..:..:..:..
k sit down, drink a Coke 1:: r :::::::::: a f
TEE and think it over. B By i1j r:":' 8 I
__ w 1 the time you've' fin- ;1: :.:.:.:.:. I ?'J
ished the last drop of :;;S;: :::?: bl/
refreshing Coke, you'll' 11;: niMest 1 / University Avenue .:.:'

have enough energy to go ::1:1to 1 rt rti
: class the fourth ,.
on .
I floor. Yep, even classes i 8 y.l'

Barkley Motors go better with Coke!

The Florida Alltoator

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Books abandoned. .""7'.y ,

;. V f Milk ignored. ; e ej

His attention is on I L, V elf, I oAJ
I Whether it's' roommate's' t +,
--- most provocative your
sis's' high school t 'M 1 '
\ medium for your advertising. birthday or
H 1 finding just the
f __ w 1 right card is important. Quik- ..
Save Discount has a wide selection -
i'j i'- r/ of humorous and serious .TI

j. jo.r cards for all occasions. Shopat

i ir'F.' 7 Y fWfi ern ::1 i Quik-Save for big savingson
wry sundries. Located across
., at Carolyn Plazaon
r from campus I
M 'tH't\,, wI West University Avenue. : \ VV / %
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Berkley Motors Used Car Lot---the i! ...... -.I ,.; ," ." .
d place in Gainesville it( to buy a car ; i ir ; ,. ?to.
r ,''';'''fh.. .
with PERS thaf''
7)N ALITY. Buy a car seen the world. Go to r J
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//Victors---the ? J!
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I Autos I I WantedRIDERS I Real EstateFOR I For SaleHAVE I I ServicesMILLER I

1957 DODGE Custom Royal two- to Macon, Georgia for RENT OR SALE 2 bedroom, TICKETS (FSU-FLA) Can't Si SONS AUTO PAINTING
tone blue, 4-dr. sedan, power Thanksgiving recess. Leaving 2 bath lake front home completely travel four Gen. Adm. About SHOP, all cars $29.95 body work.
steering. Must sell Immediately. Wednesday noon. Call 372-0958 furnished. Call John Dillon, 372- 15 yd. line. Call Dick Windsor We have moved to 1619 S. E.
$450. Car at 1415 NW 3rd Ave. after 2 p.m. (C-55-lt-p). 7658 for details. I-55-5t-c). between 6 & 7 p.m. 6-5413. (A- Hawthorne Road. ALL WORK
Call 376-1567 after 5 p.m. (G- 55-lt-p). GUARANTEED. (M-37-20t-c).
54-4t-c). MALE ROOMMATE share split-
3 blocks from campus.Ca1169867from INVESTMENT PROPERTIES per tape, reg. $9.00 to $12.00. Leroy lettering, charts, graphical
57 FORD V-8 automatic, radio, '
Call Vic at 2-0958. (A-55-3t-p).
4-5. (C-54-2t-p). delineation and of data
heater. Almost new tires. See combine high return and excellenttax preparation
benefits. Call Charlie Mayo, for Ozalid reproduction for thesis
after 9 p.m. at 1222 N.W. 8th IDEAL HOME for University &
WANTED: RIDERS for trip to MARY MOELLER REAL ESTATE and dissertations. 372-8008. (M-
Ave. Apt. '1'1. (G-55-3t-p). Medical Center
personnel. Lovely
Bradenton, Naples, etc. Leaving CONSULTANTS FR 6-4471. (I- 48-10t-c).
location 5 min. from 3
Wednesday, Nov. 25 in p.m. 55-U-c).
MUST SELL immediately 1964 Returning Friday in time for Miami bedroom, 2 bath with large living YOU
PORSCHE SC, slate grey. $3900 game. Contact Don Federman in space. FHA financing. Call FR .

cash or take over payments. Call Student Publications, Ext. 2832, FOR SALE BY OWNER leavingarea. 6-4097.A-55-20t-c).

6-7127 after 3:30 and ask for or late at night at 82193. (C-. Choice of 2 duplexes with GIBSON Classical Guitar,one year
Mike. (G-55-5t-c). 53-7t-nc).
established Incomes and 2-bed-
old. Originally $120. Will sell for, ,
room, 2-bath home near $75 w/case. Contact Sandy, 2065 Q
MUST SELL 1957 Plymouth. University. Call 372-7658. (1-55- Rawllngs. (A-55-5t-p). (QQ : 4 jY
Cheap. Call 372-2802 after 5. (G- OQ
55-3t-c). I Personal I NEW ZENITH STEREO Q o
Phonograph, diamond needle,
3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH Home for
automatic changer, original cost
1960 BLUE VOLKSWAGEN with sale in Highland Court Manor.
$80.00, now only $55.00. Hurry
suntop. $275 equity and take over HILLEL FOUNDATION Presents: Fenced in back yard. Payed up Ahmad, 1806 NE 18th Pl. FR 2-
15 payments $32.45 per month. Midnight Magic Fall Dance. pool membership. Excellent 4400. (A-55-3t-p). 7
See at 2909 N.E. 14th Street. Saturday, November 21, 1964, 8:30 financial arrangement offered. and aGATOR
G-55-3t-c). p.m. You will find an evening full Call 372-7580. (I-53-3t-c). 1964 HONDA 50. Very Clean.

of nightclub entertainment straight $225. One, 1964 ZUNDAPP at
1964 FIAT 4 door sedan, in from the streets of Manhattan. Cyclerama. Phone 378-2811. (A- AD
excellent condition with only 8,000 Free Admission. We'll be lookingfor I Help WantedMALE 55-tf-c). could makebeautiful
miles. $250 equity and take over you! 16 N. W. 18th Street.
balance of $750. May be seen at (J-55-lt'C). USED SMITH-CORONA Portable music
104 SW 8th Street after 5 p.m. typewriter. Excellent condition; TOGETHERYAMAHA
(G-54-tf-nc). DRY CLEAN 8 lbs. $1.50. Thisis DESK CLERK. Experience just cleaned. See at 3224 N. W.
approx. 10 articles of clothing. In accounting preferred. Part or 14th Street. First trailer on left.
HAVE '57 Conv. Need cash, GATOR GROOMER Coin Laundrynext full time: shifts to be arranged. (A-53-5t-c). BMW.Motorcycles .
best offer takes it. Call FR 6- to University Post Office. Contact Mr. Alex Frank,
0529 between 6-7 M-F. May be (J-53-tf-c). University Inn. (E-55-7t-c). VIKING 4 track, stereo tape deck. For The Discriminating
seen at 316 NW 14th Street.G-( Model 76 compact. Slightly used. CYCLERAMA
53-3t-c). FEMALE ARTIST, full time. Must $175. Call Univ. Ext. 2832 between
be proficient in lay-out design and 8 and 5. (A-41-tf-nc). 378-2811 21 SE 2nd PlacePage
I For Rent production mechanics. Bring
'52 PONTIAC STATION WAGON. samples to Pepper Printing Co.
Good condition. Must sell between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. 1024S.
immediately. Call 6-1301 after 1 Main St. (E-55-5t-c).
p.m. (G-52 5t-c). 1 BEDROOM TRAILER, very nice.
You pick the park. $30 per month
plus park rent. Call Mrs. Bailey STUDENT or STUDENT WIFE to
1961 VW, excellent condition. 2-1016 or 6-3211, Ext. 5112. (D- assist In typing copy for Florida
Radio & heater. Call Jack 378- 55-2t-c). Alligator. Proficient typing ability
2271 after 3 p.m. 515 N.W. 15th mandatory. Some night work. Call
SOU El .
Avenue. (G-51-5t-c). FURNISHED HOUSE AVAILABLEJan. Mr. Storter,376-2658.E-55-U-c( ). ENE M0 ,

7 first. Suitable for 4 boys.

1964 MG-B; 1961 ALFA ROMEO. $150 per month; near campus. ARTS Si CRAFTS Instructor.
Buy either one or both. Call Bo Call Mr. Mason at 6-6461. Experienced. Afternoons and
t Cook, FR 8-1052 or FR 2-9363 (B-54-4t-c). Saturday. Call Mr. Dobbs at Boys

t or see at Pike house. (G-44-tf-c). Club, FR 2-5341. (E-55-tf-c).
WANTED COED to share home
with woman and children. Can be
1963 OLDS JETFIRE: Metallic seen at 1617 N. W. 10th Ten.or 1:00 3:05 5:05
blue; 4 speed; air conditioned- call FR 2-2726. (B-51-tf-c). 7:05 9:15 A
turbo charger; radio; heater. Out 11:15 L \r\.3
Highest offer buys. Call John at YOU
FR 2-8743, or see at 1122 NW "I defy you to draw breath while
4th Ave.(G-50-St-p). the caper comes off!" SITTINGON
DRIr1N TN/AtR1 "Brilliant! Vastly entertainingtale THEBRINK
pIN NwAI....R..l M.N M LNt f of suspensel"SATURDAY!
1957 PLYMOUTH 2-dr V-8 FURY
hardtop. Radio, heater, stick shift LAST 2 TIMES REVIEW OfETERNim
In floor, good tires. Excellent buy "An incredibly ingenious affair!" s '
Open 6:30 See Both Late
for $295. Call 2-3251 after 6 p.m.
Show 7:00 As 9:05aBlE
(G-44-tr-c). "Absolutely wild!"

"Niftiest caper seen on tne
1M screen!" t, )
.. (Highest Rating!)
You* cut In on th.
than of th. cnturyl FRANK OVERTON !"f



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i Campus News BriefsStudent jjj j

v ::::

).. FEARepresentatives Young Republicans :!|j !: : i : ci: J

:jj:: of the The Young Republicans will ::|::|::|::

::::: Peace Corps will speak at the meet tomorrow night at 8 In ::|:&:::: LURE

:::: Student FEA meeting tomor- Room 116 Florida Union. The ::ijS::: _

::::: row night at 7 to be held In speaker will be Howard Mc- :ijijij:::::: 59II ;
::::: Room 43, Norman Hall. The Kinney, mayor of Gainesville, :$::::&:: I j 1E

;:::: topic will be "Teaching whose subject will be "Who ::::::::::::: _
::::: Through the Peace Corps" Is the Libertarian?" ::::::|::j::|
j and refreshments will be ser- rp
German Group :!$jj:
ved. ;....:...
t A German Conversational :#:::$:::: i4'1

mj Faculty Club Evening will be held tonight :$:::$:::: w
at 7:30 in the :jjjj::: fI
International :::::::
:jj:: The UP Faculty Club is now Student Center. All beginning :$:::$:::: \

:: serving luncheon, weekdays German students as well as ::j:::$:::: \

::::j: from 11:30 to 1:30 p.m., in fluent German speakers are ::j jjjj::::::

;::::: the redecorated clubhouse cordially invited to attend. :::::;::ti

::: overlooking the UF golf Newell _
Society fi:$
:::::: course. 1
The Newell Entomological vjvj:::j: ___
::: Five free private dining '
Society will meet tomorrow :::::::::::: \
:::::: rooms may be reserved for -7 '
night at 8 in Room 343 Mc- ::::::::
:::::: committee luncheons, semin-
Carty Hall. Dr. Thomas J. ;::$:::::
:::::: ars or meetings by calling \\t
Walker, a leading authority ::::::;:::::
:;:::1 University extension 2561. I
on sound producing insects :::::::::::

:::::: Family buffet dinners are will speak on a phase of his :-ivS::::::: i ... ._

t j held every Thursday from 6- research on sound producers :j:::::j::

.:.:.: 8 p.m. in crickets,grasshoppers,and :$8::::: SPIRIT
CONTEST winners (from left) Burin Kantabutra, Robert Gatliff and Jess
::::::: Members and guests are katydids. The public is cordially :::jjj::::::::

::.::.j':.:.; .;:.::jj::..: Gregory are presented gift certificates from Sam Getzeh, manager of the Campus
;:::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;:;:;:::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::=;=:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::if:=li:1:: Shop and Bookstore which cooperated with Student Government in sponsoring the

well-received contest. (Photo by Carolyn Johnston)

raffic Secretary After Saturday That Is

Aims For SafetyAn Cap Holds FSU TeamRobert I

improved safety program for driving holiday among Florida stu-

| the UF is the aim of Bill Barker, dents. This campaign has been
recently appointed Secretary for discussed with members of the Gatllff has been announced the Campus Shop and Bookstore, lion looking for something In-

Traffic and Parking. Gainesville-Alachua County Safety winner of the School the Student Government (SO) destructable? Which the UP

Barker came into the office during Committee.The Spirit Contest for saying the sponsored contest sought the spirit 1st" he explained.With .

the middle of this trimester first stages of the campaignare best use for a UF spirit cap best use for spirit caps. Yes his $10 certificate
is "as container for the certificates Gregory will buy study lamp..
from his post as a J ostice on the now getting underway. a terday purchase a
Traffic Court. lie says that he is Improved transportation around Itsy-bitsy pieces of the FSU were awarded by the store He said he was surprised to win.

aware of the problems with which campus is another problem which football team after they are dlrectorSam, Getsenafter win- Burin Kantabutra, 4DA, who

his office has to deal. Being on Barker is investigating. Letters slaughtered Saturday by the ners were announced by SG entered about 40 suggestions,

the traffic court showed him the have been sent to other univer- Gators." Morale Commission Chairman said that although he was hoping

problems on the campus. sities asking them how they solved Presented in cooperation with Jennie loudermilk. probability would grant him a

Already planned Is a safety cam- their transportation problem. Cia Hill (IUC) said he, win, he was surprised when one

paign to try and promote a safe "The present bus system Is justa Medical Student "couldn't believe It," when he of his uses for the iplrlt cap

stop-gap," Barker said. "We learned his entry had been was chosen. ...
schoolsin chosen as the best lie stated "To cover a cop car rooftop -
are writing to these other
Coed Council that he to do Christmas flasher Kantabutra's
order to get new ideas on how Wins Award plans some was
to handle our problem." chopping with his$15prizecertificate. winning idea. A $3 certificate,
with which he to
plans buy a
More parking for cars and scoot- Harry K. Dele her of Tampa, a
Selects RepsSix The FSU people might want sweatshirt and stuffed animal
ers is also under consideration."Due student In the UF College of Medicine
the pieces back to try to build for his sister, was the third
to limited space on campusthe Is first prize winner In the
new members and one alternate another team for the 1 06 .66 place prize Kantabutra received. -
car parking problem is the most
1964 Research Contest t of the
have been selected by he added. .
acute," Barker said. "I believe American Diabetes Association, It
Interviews and applications to Second: prize winner Jess Getzen said he was pleased
that we can get some definite action was announced yesterday.
serve on the Women's Students OUlory,3JM"ulue.hdz"spirit with the contest, but hopes that
soon on enlargement of the Delcher, who was awarded $500
Judiciary Council. caps would make capitalnose in future contests participationwill
scooter parking zones. for his research on heart meta-
They Include: Carolyn Hultgren, cones for the rockets at be better.
Both these problems endanger bolism, competed with postdoctoral -
Carol Shaw Charlotte Mirabella, Kennedy." Miss Loudermilk said
Cape approximately
the safety of the students Involvedand research physicians throughout
Carolyn Boal, Juniors; Natalie "Is not the National Aeronautics 300 suggestions
Barker felt that something this country and Canada. His
Zadoff, Jamne Kimbrell, sopho- and Space Administra were entered.
should be done. Investigations were conducted dur-
mores; and Lee Ann Druad, al-
ing his course In experimental

ternate. SweetheartNamed medicine under the supervision<< of HOW TO START AT THE TOP
Judiciary Council, which udges
Dr. Melvin Fried, associate pro '._)
high offenses of coeds in the dormi-
for goodgrooming
fessor of biochemistry, and Dr.
tory and sorority reviewed
Joseph C. Shipp, associate pro
18 applicants their character
on fessor of medicine In the College
qualifications. Bonnie Wlllner, member of Del
of Medicine.OFTHWttfORIEflHWEK.
WSA Executive Council member ta Phi Epsilon, was announced last
No matter how like your hair cut,
Meg Sowell arranged the Inter- Friday as the new sweetheart of you
views. Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity. She f' HIN'1'PSHOOI

Dean of Women Marna Brady was presented with the sweetheart
serves as ex-officio member to pin and roses at their Fall Fro- SIZES alE OFTEN long I r-ti

the Council. lics Banquet. COIFUSJIG... EIE IS A RUlE she> : ,

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.:: :: this weekend to participate in the Southern Debate Tournament.

sr ..:..; -3 The tournament is sponsored by Tau Kappa Alpha-Delta Sigma
r W .d rr :: /r Rho, a national collegiate honorary for debaters, according to KennethE.

Wilkerson, director of UF forensics.

MMf "The honorary. sponsors debates in every region of the country,"
wincerson said.

The national topic for debate this

year is"Resolved:That the federal
Leg Group
government should establish a

national program public work for

the unemployed.Four Sets Meet

members of UF's debate

team will make the trip. They are Legisltive Council's Academic

Maxey Bacchus, Fred Bellinger, Affairs Committee, which was sup-

Danny Kopels, r nd Brenda Bratton, posed to meet Sunday, will meet

Wllkerson said. tonight at 9 p.m. InBroward Hall's

There are six rounds of debate lobby, according to Roseann Spic-

scheduled. ola, committee chairman.

"The six debates will be against Miss Spicola, who was Just recently -

1: TALj other Southern universities" appointed chairman of the

.. : Wilkerson said. "Exactly which committee stressed that this first

six these will be is decided when meeting would be organizational in

TAU KAPPA EPSILON fraternity has won won the Interfratemity council's Fall the Debate Society gets up there," nature, and that she plans to decide -

I Blood Drive Trophy. TKE donated 40 pints of blood in the drive. IFC President he added. what the committee will do
Last weekend, Michael Kaplanand this trimester.
Barry Benedict left, presents trophy to John Healy, center, and Bob Butterworthof Jeremy Gluckman, members of Only two of the council's six

the fraternity. UF's Debate Society, went to Emory committees have been meeting

University in Atlanta and won regularly so far. They are the

honorable mention, coming in Budget and Finance Committee

OVER WRUF-FM fourth out of 26 on a debate on this and the Rules and Calendar Com-

topic. mittee.

Humanities Music Aired .

Fines Are fRet urn ed' I I

Humanities C-52 and 53 required being covered by the C-5 review, Monday Nov. 23:

music will be broadcast as part of Newblll said.Director Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 9
Fines collected by the UF Traf- of students simply their finesin
a series titled "Landmarks" beginning of the school, Rae O. in E Flat Major, K.271 pay
fic Court actually are returned to the Traffic Court office in the
tonight over WRUF-FM, Weimer, said, "These programs Beethoven: Sonata No. 8 in C
the students, according to Shel- basement of the Florida Union.
according to Secretary of Academic will serve a dual purpose bring Minor, "Pathetique"Monday
Affairs Don don Flnman, Chief Justice of Traf- Along with fines, traffic violators -
Poucher. cultural and enriching programs to Nov. 30:
The music Is provided so stu- the public via FM radio and at Beethoven: Sonata No. 14 in C fic Court. are given points for each

dents may review for their final the same time serve an educational Sharp Minor, "Moonlight"Bach Flnman stated that the money offense. When a student accumu-
collected for traffic violations on lates more than six points in a
purpose In bringing C-5 musical : Chromatic Fantasy and
campus is returned in the form of year, he is not permitted to oper-
selections to students at timo
a Fugue
Air time for all broadcasts is various Student Government (SG) ate a motor vehicle In Alachua
10-11 p.m. when they can listen to them in their Bach: Preludes and Fugues,Nos. functions. County.
dorms." 1 and 2, from the WellTemperedClavier
Music for C-52 will be broad "Fines are used to defray the
The school distributed ten radios
cast Monday and Wednesday even- cost of student government," said
for student listening indorm areas. Handel: Water Music Suite
Ings Nov. 18 Dec."I.7. C-53
Finman. "They help to pay home-
Radios in each location
listening Wednesday, Dec. 2:
music Is broadcast Tuesday and coming and projects suchas
will be monitored, according to Gounod: Faust (Highlights) expenses
Thursday evenings, Nov. 19 -
summer frolics, gator hops, the
Poucher. Mendelssohn: Elijah (Part 1)
Dec. 8.The .
student bus service, and student
Radios and their monitors will be Beginning AI
C-5 broadcasts are helping tutoring."
found at the following locations: Monday, Dec. 7: FoR
to Initiate the new "Landmarks"series
Traffic Court estimates about
Broward Hall third floor study Mendelssohn: Elijah (Part 1) Lq S1FIE
of music: programs. The $6000 will be collected for the I
lounge: Wynette Rickman and Conclusion tRoM
series was launched last Monday 1964-65 school year.
Nancy Yancey; Fletcher Hall study ,
evening by Dr. Mickle Newblll, "Anything over the $6000 mark
lounge (will serve Murphree, Music for C-53
1 director of Radio Center at the will go Into the Dollars for Schol-
Sledd, and Thomas Halls): Duval Thursday, Nov. 19:
School of Journalism and Com- ars fund," he stated.
Sloan: Hume Hall library; Jennings Salnt-Saens: Piano ncerto No.
munications.The Students who receive traffic tickets
Hall stereo room: Pam Ber- 2 in G. Minor, Op. 22 Do
series, presented Monday are permitted to plead their 1,4 your laundry
Mallory Hall room adjoining Debussy: Preludes
ger; '
through Friday nights from 10-11, case before the Traffic Court, while you shopEvery
library (will serve Reid and Yulee Smetana: The Moldau
will broadcast music like that which meets two weeks. The
Halls): Elise Kass and Barbara Tuesday, Nov. 24: '
Halcomb: Rawllnts Hall small Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 4 in violators are required to post bond

room adjoining recreation room: F Minor, Op. 36 prior to their appearance beforethe

Homes Awarded Myrna Schoffman and Eileen Einlk; Varese: Poeme Electronique and Court composed of the chief .2
justice and four
South Hall south library (will also Density 21.5 clerk justices.

Forestry Grant serve North Hall): Allen Ware; Tuesday, Dec. 1: If they are found innocent, the ,..
bond is returned to them withina .. .
Tolbert Hall main lounge: Thomas Brahms: Symphony No. 1 in C .'

Leroy Wayne Haines of East Dozier; Weaver Hall room adjoin- Minor, Op. 68Prokofievi week. According to Finman, 10th Loa FR

Palatka, a graduate studentin ing lobby (will also serve East Classical SymphonyIn only about 15 per cent of the KOIN KLEEN

the U F's School of Forestry, Hall): Ted Powers. D Major, Op. 25 students who receive tickets go
before the 704 W. Univ. Ave.
court. The
has been awarded a $600 Florida Union is providing an Thursday Dec. 3: majority

scholarship by Koppers Lumber FM radio for the broadcasts, Chopin: Maxurkas I

Company of Gainesville. located in the Union Music Listen Schumann: Scenes from Childhood -

C.H. Abrams, manager of ing Room. Op. 15sauuarN.:

the Koppers' firm, presenteda "Graham Area students are constructing -
plaque and the scholarshipto a five-watt AM radio

Haines at this week's meet station for the broadcasts,"

ing of the Forestry Club. Poucher said "U it works they

Haines graduated from the plan on pulling the broadcast off

university In 1952 with a Bac of FM tuners and rebroadcastingit eNIs
helor's degree in forestry and on AM," he added. KEEP ALERTTABLrn
earned his Master's st, oa tt1
degree If this radio set-up works.

in January, 1956, following Graham Area students will hear

two years of active duty with the broadcasts in their dorm roomson

the Air Force. regular AM sets, reported
He worked for the Container Poucher. .... Lasagna RavfolaVeol '

Corporation of America at Graham Area lobby will also ,1' -C Parmieanafonw THE SAFE WAY

Fernandina Beach for nearly broadcast the music review on FM Ld't Mode Itehonprus to stay alert

eight years as a forester before frequency. Sautog

resigning his position in Schedule of the broadcasts for 0 I without harmful stimulants

1962 to devote time toward the C-5 music review is as follows: la Every Town Or City You

his doctor's degree which he Will Find OM Good Italian NoDoZTM keeps
Music for C-52 you mentally makes you feel drowsy while
plans to receive in July, 1966. alert with
Wednesday, Nov. 18: RestaurantTQ818ITI the same safe refresher studying working or driving
Haines' -ertation
Haydn: Sumphony No. 94 in G found in coffee. Yet do as millions do perk up
titled "Effects of Site Preparation Dial 971-4690
NoDoz is
i Major, "Surprise"Mozart ,handier,more with safe, effective NoDoz
on the Growth of : Symphony No. 41 in C 1120 Hawthorne Rd. reliable.Abeolutely not habitKeep Alert Tablets
Slash Pine." fiat Drive-la Theatre forming.Next time
,? Major"Jupiter" monotony wow 1eI.-a"&me tswMau.


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I Bennett_ Shines Defensively In Clutch Plays I

One bright spot In Florida's Kinard, a former pro defensive very important when you're back
upset loss to Georgia last Saturday back and not noted for praising there In no man's land. I can't
was the play of safetyman Bruce anybody, says this of his secondary think of a college safetyman I'd
Bennett, according to the Florida leader: trade him for."
coaching staff. "He's not big but he'll sure If two-platoon America picks
Bennett came up with his seventh put some knots on you and play were made, Graves says, Bennett
straight outstanding defensive: per- pass defense with the best them. would be a strong defensive
formance, making eight tackles Also, Bruce is a leader which Is nomination from Florida.
according to film count. This runs I I
his season total to 28 tackles and O
14 assists, unusually high for asatetyman. The

"This wasn't unusual for
Bruce/' said head coach Ray ICE BREAKwith

Graves. "He plays that way every
Saturday and I doubt If there Is a MARQUIS BAESZLERThis
safetyman any place In college
football who makes more tackles
and comes up with more big plays is the story of a football player with a story to tell.
than he does." It so happens that the football player is a Florida Gator It little .
Bennett, who Intercepted six matters who he is though, It could be any of them. Maybe you have
last him in one of your classes or have seen him walking along the
passes year as a sophomore,
.t .. ,. .. "k has found opponents have no street or sitting at the Campus Club sipping ginger ale.

inclination to throw deep on him It you've watched football practice, you could have seen him
BRUCE BENNETT, 14, closes in on Georgia half- this time around. Nobody has triedit cover a punt, or make a tackle or catch a pass.

back Bob Taylor in effort typical of Gator yet and twice Bennett has coveredup
for friends in the secondary by And had you been observent this week you might have noticed a
(Photo by Bob Ellison ) making big plays on their men. change In the way he walks into his class room, or walks down the

In the Mississippi game, for street, or even sips his ginger ale. There's a difference, too, In
example, an Ole Miss receiver the way he runs down field to cover t punt and the way he fights
got deep behind the Florida to make a tackle, and concentrates on catching a pass.

halfback and was wide open on To some what he has to say doesn't mean much. To others,
the Gator six-yard-line. Bennett it's just what they want to hear. It you're interested, ask him he's
came from the middle of the field dying to tell you.
and the ball.
Intercepted As a matter of a tact, sometimes as he sits In his lectures, he
In that same game on the opening gets the urge to stand up and shout his message. So far he hasn't
kickoff Rebel halfback
1 1It but don't miss your next lecture.
Dennis would have gone the
distance U Bennett had not escaped Often as he sits at this typewriter, he dreams of writing a great
It a blocker and made the stop. thesis on this topic, or maybe a beautiful poem, or even a clever
"lie Is a great clutch tackler," short-story. But when his fingers peck out his story, the words are
says defensive coach Gene meaningful and new sounding, although to some the phrase that
-:- Ellenson. "He comes up with the comes out Is Just an old warn out cliche

1. You can congratulate nu". 2. I'm getting married during tackle when there Just Isn't The phrase is usually written with the capital letter shin down,
Christmas. anybody else to prevent a certain hitting each letter hard so the print will be bold.
Gmgratulations. score."
I thought were a
you Bennett also made the
confirmed bachelor. big play NEVER-FSU NEVER
against Mississippi State,last year
blocking the extra point attemptby
Justin Canale which could have But telling you Isn't enough. There Is another he has to let know
put the Maroons ahead,14-10.This his message.
C.. left Florida within field goal rangeat The Gator football players take their message to the land of the III
13-10 and enabled the Gatorsto Seminoles this week when they play their arch rivals FJS.U Past
go for a field goal with two records, present records, home field advantage, all go out the windowIn
minutes left to tie the game. this bU rivalry and the only thing that matters to the Gator player
Gator secondary coach Billy is... NEVER FSU NEVER

Graves Cites/ Kicking Game

Advantage Against SeminolesThe

3. You thought that and I thought 4. It us xl to lie they would give
kicking game will be the sophomore who has punted only fought and most dramatic football
that. But it turns out Jam .ton a hint when they had plans.
didn't think it. only advantage Florida has whenit three times like FSU is going to games ever played In this state,"
Not any more. Now i its plays Florida State Saturday, have to do," he said. said Graves.
You inner can tell cool,cool, cool according to Coach Ray Graves. FSU was left In this situation The Florida coach said the game
what girls think. "The kicking game could turn with the injury of second string with the Seminoles will be even
out to' be the most vital aspect quarterback and punter Ed Prit- more interesting since so much
this weekend," Graves said at chett. rides on the outcome.
Tuesday's practice."I'd "Ed Pritchett's Injury will bean "We know we are still in the
hate to be going Into a Important factor in this game bowl picture and certainly FSU
pressure game like this with a which will be one of the hardest Is a strong candidate more than
one bowl. I would say the winner
Saturday has a good chance of
winding up In a major bowl game.
Many people have said FSU is
already In a bowl now, and Use,
It's a pleasure to be playing another
bowl team" the Gator coach said.
"From all Indication FSU Is
going to be ready to play Its
finest game of the season. I knowwe
FOR MUNCHING FOR GIVISO fOR TEA AND PARTIIS are ready for the challenge

5. Here I am,unseasoned in the 6. I'm going to get a Using In about the same frame of mindas
ways of the world,untried Insurance policy from were against Alabama"Graves
the fields of commerce,second Equitable. It's really great said.The
string on the soccer team- the way it protects pour w ife Florida coach said he was
and already faced with grate and kitk And it builds up a particularly pleased with practice
responsibilities. cash value von can use instead early this week and the runningof
for guaranteed retirement returning backfield men Jack
What are you going to do? income. / d
Harper and Alan Poe.
You're luck to get ttrrsarac However, Graves thinks the defense
a girl like Jane will be the difference la the
rival game.
"FSU has scored only three
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For information about career << uitabksee
complete opp?
McDougal and |. averaging about tour points
your Placement Officer,or write to Edward D. lanager
against Florida the bead
Manpower Development Division. casass a coach game said ,

The EQUITABLE Life Assurance Society of the United; Stales. "f think it will therefore, be

home Office 1235 Avenue of the Americas,New York,N.V. 100191961 a defensive football came," he
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Sophomore quarterback Steve Spurrier, picking m;11 Defense Makes His MealJEFF

::::::i j:: up 141 yards in total offense in a losing cause :::::::
1:1:1:::;: against Georgia, continues to lead Florida in many ::vx::::: DENKEWALTER by a linebacker is the "kiss of an offensive lineman. In that type
:::::::: departments. ::::$:::: Sports Writer"I death" for any team. of game, the defense always
:::::::: Spurrier is the top passer (46-78 for 639 yards :s:: : As Pursell explained, "I admita loses."
:::::::: and five TDs), punter (36 for 1453 and 40.4 average) ::: : think I owe my Job to the linebacker has more freedom Commenting on the two teamsto
:::::::: and leads in total offense with 777 yards. ::::::: two platoon system. Without it I'd than a defensive lineman has.This defeat the Gators this year,
:::::::: Other Gator statistical leaders Include Larry ::::::: be on the bench instead of in the gives him more room to get rid Pursell stated, "You know I don't
:::::;:: Dupree, rushing, with 65 carries for 245 yards, :;: :::' game." of his blocker and make the tackle.It think there's that much of a
11 M1 Charles Casey in receiving with 34 for 482 yards ::#:.! With this modest attitude, Gator does not mean however that he comparison you can make. I feel
:::.:::. and four TDs and scoring with 24 points. :::::::: linebacker Ron Pursell summed up should start a guessing: Rame with that Alabama could tear Georgia
M 00 his part in UF's football plans. apart if they met. You would haveto
Pursell continued. "I hold no say that the Crimson Tide was
::1:1::::1 TEAM STATISTICS 1 11 false Illusions of myself. I'm just the roughest team we've faced this
:::::::: Florida Opponent ::::;::; not a good offensive football player. year."
::.:.;:::: 142 Points..66 ::::;::: If the team was playing with one Asked about any letdown the team
:.::.::.:.:.:. 51 1st down, run . . . 44 :.:..::.:.:.:... team going both ways, I would be might suffer over the Georgia
I.I :::::::: 43 1st down, pass. . . 22 :::::::: seeing little action. With our two game, Pursell answered, "I think
:::::::: 7 1st down, penalty. . . 3 :;::: platoons, I get a chance to playat the whole team was a little down,
:::::::: 101 Total 1st downs. . . 69 ::::;::: linebacker and be a part of and hurt over the loss to Georgia.
:::::::; 318 Runs from scrim. . . 253 ::::;::; the team." I don't think though that it will
:::::::: 1177 Gain from scrim. . . 1015 ;::::::: While many players achieve affect us adversely. If anything,
:::::::: 183 Lost from scrim..153 :::::::: headlines for their football teats, it will make us madder for the
:::::::: 994 Net gain scrim. . . 862 :::::::: Pursell has remained out of the rest of our games."
:::::::; 142.0 Rushing avg per game. . 123.1 :::::::: spot-light. However, professional And as for the rest of the Gator's
:::::::: 103 Passes attempted. . . 97 :::::::: Jealousy has no place in his mind. games, the linebacker said, "No
:::;:::: 61 Passes completed. . . 38 :::::::: As Pursell said, "I don't play game is ever a pushover. If you
:;::i1; .592 Percent completed. . .392 :::1:1:; football for the satisfaction of have that philosophy, no team will
;:::;::: 9 Passes had interc. . . 12 :::::::: getting headlines and writeups. r eve r surprise you. I do feel
:;::1:1:: 821 Gain passing. . . . 364 :;::1:;: I play for the satisfaction of confident however that we'll win
:::::::: 117.3 Passing avg. per game. . 52.0 :::::::: playing on this team. I know most our remaining games."
::::::: 1815 Total Net Gain. . . 1226 :::;:::; of the players feel the same way. 7
:::i:: 259.3 Total offensive avg. . 175.1 ::Xv::::::! In fact, I think this unselfish As for his plans following
::::::: 40 No. ot punts. . . . 44 :::::::: attitude among the team membershas graduation, Pursell said, "I would
::::::: 1580 Total yards kicked. . . 1720 ;;:::1: been partially responsible for Ii keto coach high school and
::::::: 39.5 Punting avg. . . . 39.1 :::::::: our success this year." possibly" later on, college
::::::: 23 No. ot punts ret. . . 19 :::::::: The 5 foot 11 inch native of football.
:::::: 346 Yds. punts rete . . 205 :::::::; Tavares has been alternating with
, ::::::: 15.1 Avg. punt return. . . 10.8 ::::;::; Jack Card, Jim Bernhardt and
:::;::: 17 No. kickoffs rete . . .27 :::::::: Roger Pettee at the Gator's two Y...91itPURSELL,
::::::: 327 Yds kickoffs rete . . 437 :::::::: linebacker posts. However with _
:::;::: 19.3 KO return avg. . . 16.1 :::::::: the loss of Pettee and the Injury CREDITS M aster
< :::::;: 41/321 Penalties/yards. . . 29/228 :::::::: of Card, much more burden will platoon football with College
::1::;: 16/7 Fumbles/lost. . . .23/12 1:1::::1: fall on his shoulders. his
:::::::: 10 TDs running. . . 8 :::::::: Coach Graves feels Pursell will playing.
:::::::: 5 TDs passing. . .. . 1 :::::::: live up to the challenge.As Graves
:::::::: 1 TDs Inter pass. . . 0 :::::::: said, "I have a great amount of
:::::::: 2 TDs punt return. . . .0 :::::::: confidence In Ron. He's not sensational -
I :::::::: 18 Ex. pt att. (kick). . . 8 :::::::: but he's a steady
, :::::::: 17 Ex. pt. made (kick). . . "I 1 ;::1:::1 performer."
:::::::; 0 Ex. pt. att. (run). . . .1 :::;:::; Asked to name the major assetsa
\ :::::::: 0 E x. pt made (run). . . 1 ::::;::: linebacker can possess, Pursell
;:::;::: 11. Field Goals att. . . .. 4 ::::;::: answered, "Strength, agility, and :
:::::::: IS Field Goals made. . .1 :::::::; good lateral speed are very
:::::::: 1 Safeties tor. . . .0 :::::;:: Important. But quickness can
distinguish between a good and a
[ J i'i'A w
great linebacker. By quickness,
\ ::::::: '.. .' INTERCEPTIONS :::: I mean quickness In diagnosingthe i
:::::::: a I No. Yds. Ret. TDs :::::::: play and getting rid of your
:::::::: Kirk 3 101 1 :::::::: Intended blocker."

I' :.:.:.:.:..::.:' Card 3 H5 0 :..::.:.:.:.:.:, Though quickness is stressed,
; :::::::: Bennett 2 11 0 :::::::: Pursell feels roaming and guessing
:::::::: Newcomer 2 0 0 :::::::;
:::::::; Trammell 1 20 0 ::::;:
:::::::: Bernhardt 1 0 0 :::::::: Golfers Click
:::::: ::::::::
:::::: INDIVIDUAL RECEIVING :::::::: Vick Newton of the UF golf team
:::::::; No. Yards TDs :':: sank a hole-in-one Monday after-
:::::::; Casey 34 482 4 :Hi:::::::: noon at the country club on hole
:::::::; Harper '7 115 0 ::::;::: number eight. He used an eight iron
:::::: Dupree 4 30 0 ::::;::: and hit the ball 140 yards for the
:::::: Baeszler 4 7 0 :::::::: shot.On
:::::::: Jackson 3 .. 41 0 ::::::ti the same round of play,link-
:::::::: Jordan 2 52 0 :::::::: ster Bob Jewett hit a double eagle
ti:::::: Poe 2 26 0 1:1:1:::
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