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Vol. 57, No. 55 University of FloridaGainesville Thursday, Nov. 19, 1964 1



UF To See FSU Tape "

Here Saturday Night : !

Saturday's Florida FSU foot- telecast In class rooms In Normanand hibitive cost and because NCAA

ball game will be presented via McCarty Halls. rules prohibit a live telecast of
closed circuit videotape Saturday All the televisionequippedrooms any game not scheduled at the '

t night at 7 p.m. at UF In McCarty and Norman beginning of the football season l
Students with Identification Hall plus Norman Hall Auditorium Tallahassee television doesn't

cards, students' wives and faculty will be used.Regular have a microwave link with UF \
; will be permitted to view theBarbecue classroom rules must and telephone trunk lines have to \

be observed while viewing the .J(Continued On Page 2)) C
..:._. ...-.......". ........ ......... ,
game-no smoking, eating, or :: : ; :;:::::::::::::.::;:::;;::::;:;; :::

drinking.The presentation. will cost UF 1.; ...
f $200. m Note f FSU : \

SaturdayThe The game could not be tele-
1 :

Florida -FSU Seventh Alumni Annual cast sive*here*because*of the pro- (ti Albert I |:j.S i

L Barbecue will be sponsored FSU Room ;: ;1 \

Jointly by the UF and FSU | Lock Ajar | J,
Alumni Associations before Set For UF
the Tallahassee meeting of L
the Gators and Seminoles Sat A special "University of ,:::: How much more could they ::|;::|:;
w"Z + j 4 t t t4 k urday. Florida Room" Is reserved for ::i:|have asked for? ;: f,

The barbecue will be held students alumni and friends ":: It was just what any enterjij:t;:;;

in Tully Gymnasium, near attending the Florida-F'SV game ::;:prising mascot.napplnllquaw ::::
Campbell Stadium, from In Tallahassee. :ji;:from Tallahassee would have ifi; '
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. FSU officials announced"Wedneaday :iji:::::desired. $ l

Only alumni Loyalty Fund that Room 240 in the jij:: Albert the Alligator seem s$ .
contributors are eligible to Florida State University Union jijlngly: came close to being tis: r
purchase tickets for the eventno will be reserved and open to :::loosed from his privileged ij:{ I
r -.. tickets will be sold Gator visitors from 8 a.m. ::1$sanctuary: late last night ex- ijjj '
at the door. Deadline for tic- until midnight Friday and Sat- ti i-icept:: for the vigilance of one +Siiij :t I
::;;Aug; Schlldbach SAG. ijij !
kets to the barbecue is :5 p.m. urday.

__ .__ Friday. The-yare availableat The Union building is locatedat i-::: Schlldbach on hL way back :;:: .
n :
$2 each at the alumni office the corner of Woodward and :|!:ito his dormitory room InGn- iji; '
FLORIDA PLAYERS Terry Dougherty, 1 1UC, left, and In University A 1tortum. Call Streets on the FSU campus. :*::;ham Area, stopped for a brief :::i5|

Martha Ferguson,,2UC/ go through their parts In t" She :::::;view of the sevtn-foot reptile, ::ij:;:
jijionly 1; to notice that the lock | f
Stoops to Conquer, the players' next productionwhichis SOTS OrganizesStub :ijijwas::; ajar on the door to the Jj: \

scheduled for Dec. 2-6 in Norman Hall Auditorium :jiij;::;: cage with the chain wrapped :: I
>:.; casually around the post. The ':
(Photo by Carolyn Johnston) out your cigarettes, bring because that ; :
we. really people |<:| door was free to be opened j| I
your NoDoz, choke up on benze know how to do things." :
; and when Schlldbach opened $
drine, bring your books 'cause The chairman said that
many :|: the door, Albert himself sat $ p
SOTS, the organization that hopesto members of the staff came from '
SG BabysittingNow ::::: only Inches from the exit to |fr; ,
do away with the suffering the College of Engineering as wellas ?
his cage, seemingly prepared {i t
caused by the trlmonster, will hold I n the areas of Arts and : :
:;: to make his exit. $r:
Its organizational meeting Sciences. "We can use top-notch iji Schlldbach attempted to !jij::; !
tomorrow night.Scheduled from Cofer
BusinessBabies people any area ij| secure the lock but falling, ::$
Big at 8 In Room said. need students :
p.m. "Especially, we -
|f; fixed the lock together so It :
324 of the Florida Union, the who are familiar with law, ;
$: would appear it was locked :f;
meeting will be primarily for the debate math and of :
are big business on UK the parents will call the sitter psychology, and hastily walked to the camf f i;
benefit of those students who feel communications."
campus. So big in fact that Stu- directly rather than the baby sitting course ij: pus police station to report the |r ,
that they can help to do away with Slated for the meeting Is an S N..
dent Government (SG)has provided service. malfunctioning lock. ,
a baby sitting service for use by The service has about 50 sitters.The the trimester, according to SOTS explanation of what the society has jjji:: Two campus police speedily ;$;
students staff or faculty mem youngest Is 16, the oldest done so tar, what It has to do and returned to the scene and replaced #
See Related Story Page 5 how it to achieve its
plans goals.
bers. in her'late 20s. the lock with a new Yale :j
Through calling University Ex- Students who wish to join the lock. jij:
tension 2547 or 2548 from 3-5 Although the service makes (Society for the Obliteration of organization can obtain membership : Albert was again secure. %

p.m., a parent affiliated with UF every effort to certify only sitters the Trlmonster System) Chairman applications at that time. .I.-W./----: :: :...; :::::: ::::-..:..
will get a baby sitter throughthis that meet their qualifications, UF Frank Cofer Jr.

system.The Student Government takes no responsibility "We've had a lot of telephone
new system Incorporatedthis for the actions of the Inquiries" Cofer said,"from stu Wage Query Set .1.1An

month by the service has sets sitter. dents who have Indicated that they
aren't afraid to do something about
of reference cards for both sitters for
Arrangements transportation r
and persons using the service.. are made between the parent this system. I certainly hope that Investigation of UF student
The Personnel Services Bureau and the sitter.Recommended. these people will 'rally behind us, employee wages will be launched
directed by Ronald A. Simpson; within a week by Student Govern-
operates a baby sitting service wage for sitters AuthoSet! ment Sec of Labor Bob Deloach.
which acts as a clearing house at this time Is 50 cents an hour This study .Is a follow-up of the
for one to two children and 60 ,
between employers and sitters. report DeLoach r.leasedlastw.k k
All approved sitters have an cents an hour for three to four To SpeakVance on UF student wage compensation.The .
index card made out for them.The children with a minimum of $1.25an report showed that UF students .

sitters then contact the service evening. Packard, author of "The employed on campus receive lower !
and inform it which days they are All wages go directly to the Hidden Persuaders"The Status wages than students at other universities t
free to work and where they can be sitter. Seekers" and "The Waste around the nation and r

contacted.The SG. staff then places the :....-.-.--.:.-:..:..-:.-:-......-.:..-:....:..- '..............'-.......,........'.,...'..'....-......"J....'.......... 8:15 Makers.In the" University will speak Auditorium.tonight at Gainesville those working area.According off. campus In the w

sitter on a master list. Packard, author of three successive to De Loach, a detailed -
When a parent calls In they X. r best sellers, will talk study of the UF student \;

start at the top of the list and take |: Florida Alligator $ about "What's Happening to the wage situation will be made Individually -
the first name that meets the American Character" by SG Pres. Ken Kennedy,
parents' needs. I Staff Meeting at $ His speech will Include a dis- himself and several other "key" r-

The service then contacts the f 4:30 P.M. Friday | cussion of the Impact on average members of theS.cretaryof Labor ---
sitter. Americans of preoccupation with staff.
Simpson, director. of the Personnel | Seminole pictures | status and exploitation of the youth After the study, they will meet, DELOACHthe
Services Bureau,would like I. will be taken at f market. discusss their findings and make I I

to see the service become merelya f: that time. Packard will attend a receptionin recommendations to the UF about "first step in bringing an outmoded -
clearing house where the sitters the Bryan Lounge of Florida student employe compensation. practice of wag compen-
meet the parents and afterwards f f..Sf W IIf-fil Tf I X'l' Union alter the program DeLoacb described toe stuu/ *. ration up to date."




2, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, Nov. 19, 1964

Book Theft Nets

Three Appointments

Honor Court Penalty

Rough On Rich -
YVETTE CARDOZO The defendant admitted to steal- requiring students to sign their
Staff WriterA ing a book and selling it to a names in all books sold to the
bookstore.The store.
Dec. 16 Is bound to be a memor- competition in New York, appear sophomore, charged with book owner, checking bookstoresin The defendant testified that he
able day in the life of UF law before the State Selection Com- theft, was awarded eight penalty the area, identified his book by took the book because he needed
student Gerald Richman. mittee on Rhodes Scholarships In With
hours and a sever reprimandat an inscription on the front cover/ money. only $500 per
RIchman, who was named "out- Jacksonville, and graduate from trial In Honor Court The defendant was identified trimester to cover all his costs,
standing speaker" In the regional the College of Law here -. all last a summary Wednesday. through a bookstore policy he found himself running short of
Moot Court competition In Atlanta on the same day. money by the sixth week of the
last week and who has been named If the Moot Court team, which trimester.
Rhodes Scholarship nominee from won the competition by a consider According to defense attorneys
the university, is scheduled to par- able margin In Atlanta last week Job Opportunity the defendant has been promiseda
Hcipate in the national Moot Court end, should be eliminated earlyIn Job at the beginning of the trimester -
the three-day contest, Richman but due to delays at the
could return to Jacksonville in store ,had not started work until
UF SurgeonGets time for the Interview. Book AvailableThe two weeks ago (after the theft).
If he falls to appear before the In a letter to the Honor Court,
State Selection Committee, his Dr. Frank T. Adams, dean of men,
chances for a Rhodes nominationare Circle "K" Is now distributing free booklets entitled said, "The boy seems to be
MedalDr. slim. "Career 1965" to all male seniors and graduates. thoroughly conscience stricken
But Richman, a real trouper, These booklets are available at the Information Booth, at over becoming involved with our
has already made up his mind. the Placement Office and in Room 103 in McCarty through Honor In this way."
Lester L. Dragstedt, "My first responsibility Is to tomorrow. After Friday, they will be available till Dec. 9 Two roommates, who knew the
research professor of surgery In the team," he says. "After all, at the Placement Office and In'Room 103 In McCarty. defendant since early childhood
the UF College of Medicine, Mon- we've made it this far." George Stuart, chairman of the circulation, said, "Career testified to his usual honesty.The .
day night was awarded the Henry
Other members of theuniversity's 1965" will also be distributed to all fraternities and dorm court was adjourned
Jacob Bigelow Medal by the Boston
winning Moot Court areas. The booklet contains resume hints for applicationsto approximately 20 minutes while
Surgical Society. team are Brian Ellis, and Robert different industries and businesses. The "Career 1965"is acting Chancellor Tom FreemanJr.
The medal, awarded to 16 sur-
geons in the past 43 years, recognizes Feagin. ---- -- published by Careers Inc. and sponsored by leading firms (sitting In for Chancellor Gerry
new and valuable work In across the country. Richman) and Vice Chancellors
surgery. It was presented to Dr. Theta Chi Companies have reports on "where to apply, what they have Donald Hall and Thomas Lang Jr.
Dragstedt at the 50th anniversary to offer, how to apply and what you need to suceed," In this determined the penalty.In .
celebration of the Society at the booklet. "Career 1965"also contains Leading Employers DI- a summary trial, no jury
Statler-Hilton Hotel. This is the Greets NewNeighbors rectory" which is a brief description of each "Career" Is used because the defendant has
third professional award presented employer and very useful when making an Initial contact in already pleaded guilty. It Is not
to the eminent Florida surgeonin person or by mall. guilt but a penalty that must be
the past two years. The "College Interview Index" shows which of 200 campuses determined.In .
Dr. Dragstedt; who has won "Career" employers will visit during this school year. addition to a severe
Presidents and housemothers of Also included Is the Index" which shows all
international acclaim for his work "Geographic reprimand, the defendant was.
the three newest fraternities on locations in the United States and countries in which
In the surgical treatment of sto- foreign awarded eight penalty hours. This
mach and duodenal ulcers, Fraternity Row were welcomed "Career" subscriber companies operate. The "Industrial means he must earn eight extra
received the American Medical with a dinner Tuesday night at the Index" contains a categorized of "Career" employers within credit hours in addition to the
Association's Distinguished Theta Chi house. 27 general work fields. 128 needed to graduate.It .
Service Award last year and the John A. Kenworthy, presidentof This booklet circulated by the Circle K offers many
Julius Friedenwald Distinguished Theta Chi said, "We were advantages to all seniors and graduate male students interestedIn was recommended that notation
the first house on the row and future with of the be removed
Service Medal from the American employment a leading corporation. penalty
It has been a tradition for us to from his record
Gastroenterological Association in upon graduation.
welcome new members.
March, 1964.Albert.
Representing the new houses FSU Film SaturdayContinued
were Mrs. Margaret Rudy, De-
haven Fleming, the Pi Kappa Phi ( From Page 1)) Block SeatingAll
Eyed Fraternity; Mrs. Mary Apple,Ver-
non R.SwartselSigmaChiFrater- be rented to transmit the micro- wave signals to the WFSU-TV
Frat Men nity; Mrs. Joree McFarlan,ArthurI. wave signals which would have studios In Tallahassee where a bloc seating for
By Jacobs, Sigma Alpha Epsilon cost UF at least $15.000. tape will be made by WUFT-TV the Miami football I
Fraternity.Mrs. WUFT-TV will use its own mi- technicians.
"Operation Gator Watch" Mildred G. Dollar, Theta crowave short range transmitter at game must be turnedin
continued Tuesday night as 30 Chi housemother, acted as hostess. the game to convey the micro- Arrangements have been made at 1
i by tomorrow
pledges of Tau Epsilon Phi frater- with private individuals flying to
nity stood watch at the gator pen Tallahassee for the game to fly p.m. to room 105 of
from midnight until 6 a.m. the tape back to Gainesville Sat- the stadium.

campus Most of have the volunteered fraternities their on s.. What's- New in urday evening at no cost to UF.

pledges to stand watch at the gator _
pen by Century Tower since some-
one tried to break into Albert's
The Browse Shop
pen last Friday night in an 1I
effort to "gator nap" the alli-
gator. THE STATUS SEEKERS. . . . Vance Packard &)

According to Fred Hedstrom .fa.

coordinator of the program, the HIDDEN PERSUADERS. . . . .Vance Packard
watch will continue until Albertis
removed from his pen for trans-

portation to the FloridaFloridaState THE WASTE MAKERS . . . Vance Packard
football game at Tallahasseenext

THE ANSWER . . . . . Phillip Wylie


THE EXAM SECRET . . . . Dennis Jackson
Shoe Repair Shop


5 Mins. Kate Turablan
HOW DOES A POEM MEAN?, . John Ciarde

15 Mins.


At Two LocationsCAROLYN NAKED SOCIETY . . . . .Vance Packard PIROUETTE PRICES FROM $ 215 JO flSOO


And .International Telephone & Telegraph

101 N. Main St.

Opp. 1st Nat'l Bank QUANTUM THEORY. . . . Daniel Bohm It

FR 6-5211 Campus Shop & Bookstore 211 W. University Ave.

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Thursday, Nov. 19, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page-3r .


FSU University Union

,' : Welcomes I You "
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"1", '" "

To Tallahassee -

Florida State University extendsa

warm invitation to the students and alumni of

st the University of Florida, to visit and tour the

..r.. ," new $3 million University Union during your
111111'! II': I, ;' ,
it '' ;
".0 stay in Tallahassee. ,:' ,:

II The FSU University Unionis

I II planning activities for students of both Institutions
I "
In connection with the first playing r\: ,

the FSU-UF game in Tallahassee. :...>,
1 Win or lose I,',

we hope i it will be a memorable weekend for all

who attend these activities.
Room 240 of the University Union has been reservedas

THE FSU UNIVERSITY UNION headquarters for all University of Florida guests.

FRIDAY November 20

9:00 a.m. 4:30 p.m. Public Relations Day in FSU School of Business "'a vJ
l;,'. .

5:45 p.m. 7:45 p.m. FSU-UF Student Government Banquet 0',,:1 '
University Room, University Union "
8:00 p.m. ., Third Annual FSU-UF Football Concert
Men's Glee Clubs, in Westcott Auditorium

9:30 p.m. \, Concert by Si Zentner And His Orchestra
Ballroom, University Union J

11:00 p.m. Dance, featuring Si Zentner And His Orchestra ti.r .
Florida State University Room, University Union

SATURDAY, November 21

11:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. FSU-UF Alumni Barbecue, Tully Gym
(Open to active alumni of both FSU and UF)

2:00 p.m. FSU-UF Football Game, Campbell Stadium

8:00 p.m. 12 Midnight Dance, featuring Rick Powell's Orchestra ,

Florida State University Room, University Union


;Hlu Something For Everyone At .i

The FSU University Union. ,

: ",
i '.. Bowling, Billiards, Swimming, Snack Bar, Tours.


4, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, Nov. 19, 1964, "FINALS TIME, McRAE?"

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Now Is The TimeThirty z

days to ;
The home stretch, the final lap, the last leg. Call it what you ,t ;'1"
will, the fall trimester, 1964, is rapidly approaching its end. I,
Some wish the day would speed its approach. Others are
praying it will never come, or at least not come until after
that %&#*@ term paper can get done.

Some students are now witnessing their final trimester in I';,
college. Some will graduate, others Just won't (or can't) come ,(
back. For a select few freshmen, this Is both the first AND
LAST trimester of college work. ,.
Some deserve to flunk out. Others are victims of circumstances
ranging from immaturity to sickness to emotional problemsto
financial deficiencies.
College--for many--Just comes too soon in one's life. It's '
hard to make the awesome adjustment from high school and Mom
and Pop to college, pressure and long hours. I -tt-n L II ,.wow.w..w..w.. ..w.m..'.
But regardless of what one's current academic position Is-- W tJ ::::::iiii:::::: : :::::::;:: :,,:::::::: : :$::: ::: :::*::: :

whether it Is on the precipice of scholastic disaster flirting
below the 2.0 level or safe within the confines of a 3.0--now is

the time to accelerate the pace. Letter
The trimester's social events--for the most part--are over. !I Answer To Sarbey

Only one home football game remains and that one on Thanksgiving
weekend. ::::::::

Now Is the time to stay up a little later at night with the books. ::::::::
Now is the time to begin attending class if you haven't been. ::::::;: EDITOR: economic freedom? What do you do when an
:::::::: throws corporate
Now is the time to stop wasting the weekends with beer, :;::::; uncontrolled economy up a
trips home, and too many "non-study" dates. "" I write in reference to the letter by L.M. monster strangling competition? Destroy It?

Now is the time to find out where the library Is. Sarbey In the Nov. 13 letters section. My Then how do you produce goods for a massive
Now is the time that college graduates (and college flunkies) concern Is not so much with his obvious choiceIn population? By hand in sweat shops? Impossible.No .
are made or broken. the current political situation, but with the you control the monster.How? Government.

Now is the time, more than any other time, that your futureIs reasoning and the viewpoint behind it. Let's Finally, let's consider the U.s. today. Is a
at stake. Your future depends on those late nights and those consider this idea that "the government which man of 70 .free to work as he pleases? Then,
early mornings and what you do with them. governs best Is the one that governs least." is he more free or less free because he can
Your life for the next 40 years can be affected by what you Let us define "liberty" or "freedom" as draw social security? Is a man more free ci
do (or fall to do) during these next 30 days. absence of restraint -- especially from govern- less free of economic insecurity because of
Think about that. .and study. ment. The last time man enjoyed complete the Federal Reserve system? Is a man more
Now Is the time. freedom of this type was, say, In the lower free or less free because a corporation can't
Paleolithic -- before he organized into lasting force him not to organize into labor unions

family and clan groups. Are small businesses more free or less
But was he "free" then? Or, was he under free because the government controls the
Fan EnthusiasmI far more'restraint from hi. environment? In corporate behemoth? Is the nation more free

),1 the later lower Paleolithic, man learned to or less free because a union may not
speak and he started grouping together. He Irresponsibly strike at will? Are we more
Enthusiasm can be great. also started the activities of the
organzing free or less free because massive businesscan
Misdirected, it can be disastrous. group -- such as man's work and women's work. produce more?
Sometimes school spirit can get out of hand fans become
; lie furthermore began specialization--such All these things, you say, are true. BUT,
Inflamed, cheering sections stop cheering and start charging anda
as "medicine" or "magic" man andtoolmaker.Why we've gone far enough? Why should that be
crowd becomes a mob. ? To free himself from the time-consuming so? Why should a trend that has been beneficial
In times past, these mobs jor sometimes excited individuals
Inefficient of at all
necessity being proficient since the Pleistocene suddenly culminate and
take out their pent-up emotions on property or person. Noses
skills, to pllow himself to become better at terminate with us?
are bloodied goal posts fall chairs are smashed and huge bonfires -
his limited skill and to
more area, producemore No, my friend, though big government has its
built. "free" or liesure time. The more ups and downs, Its long run effect has been
School spirit does wonders for UF pride and unity. But we
he did this the elaborate
effectively more ever toward greater individual freedom. NOT
urge those of you who might consider radical action at the game their culture was and the better all were less.
Saturday, to consider again; not only for the Image of our school provided for. This culminated In the cave --
! but also for the educational future of
yourselves. art societies. (Hang on, I am getting to the C. L. Somers, 4ASConsumer's
Besides, guys, a piece of goal post hanging in your room is point.)

strictly old hat. As man's society became more complex ,

I there had to be rules. Who was to enforce

them? At first, no one. But, that didn't work I
The FloridaALLIGATOR too well. Then later a leader enforced them. LeagueEDITOR

Then leaders. Thus grew government.Why .
did there have to be rules? So that there

4 could be a commonly understood relationship
among people. Why did they have to be enforced? :
Served by United Press International To prevent the loss of the painstakingly

acquired culture by unwilling generations, and Herewith two contributions in the direction

Editor . . . . . .Walker Lundy to protect those who would obey and the"profit" of a consumer's league -
Managing Editor . . . . . Joel Gaston they produced by concert action from the 1) JMF seems to be Gainesville's best for
Assistant Managing Editor . . . Nancy Brachey "outlaw" who would benefit without adherence. family-sized one-stop toiletry-shopping. But
Assistant Managing Editor. . . .Dave Berkowitz Then, since a more complex culture produced they drop one from time to time. The 20 oz.
Editorial Pate Editor. '. . . . Ed Barber goods of value, those goods had to be protected bottle of Mlcrin was priced at $.89 while the
Sports Page Editor . . . . .Bruce Dudley from other societies and groups. This meant 32 oz bottle was $1.67.On .
City Editor . . . . . . .Skip Haviser armies. How are armies raised? By concerted, JMF's behalf, I must say that the formeris
Campus Living Editor. . . . .Donita Mathison centralized action. How financed? By societiesas the lowest price I have found In Gainesville
a whole. Through what agency? Government! by a great deal.
Editorial Assistants .,Jim Caste-llo. Ann Carter. Don Federman, What is the effect of these rules and enforce- 2) WD uses a marking ink that is reasonably

Tova Levine, Sam Ullman Ernie Lltt (Circulation Manager), ment and armies through government? Indelible, once It gets on your hands. Also
Stan Kulp (Cartoonist), Ron Spencer, Gary Swallow. A man was freed from the necessity of It has an unpleasant odor, so strong that It
protecting himself constantly was freed from will permeate butter if a so-marked packageis
Reporters Patti Pita (Student Government Beat Chief). the necessity of being competent at all the skills refrigerated too closely.
Joe Kollln, Bob Golub, Joe Waldorf, Sharon Kelley. Y\ette of basic survival; freed to become much more
Cardozb, Frank Shepard, Lee Alexander. Agnes Fowles. Thelma proficient at his own skill, and given more timeto Alexander Doniphan Wallace

Mossman, Marjorie Green Evan Langbein, David Kennedy, consider such things as art, science, and
Terry Rogers, Susie lIalback, Jeffrey Denkealter. Dick Dennis, philosophy. Was he hurt, then, by the increaseof

Beverly Faber, Dick Schneider, Greg Seitz, Sue Dobbie, Lorraine government power? Nol! The letters-
Alligator gladly accepts
Vlscardi, Ami Saperstein, Maureen Collins, Anne Gartrell, Kathy As societies became more complex, govern and
Walker, Barbara Utt. ment HAD to grow larger. Furthermore, it from all students UF
non-students In
grew more complex Itself. If it was to provide
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaperof freedom from protecting oneself (as it HAD community. AU we ask Is that aU lettersbe

the University of Florida and is published five times weekly to. to have a society at all) why should It not signed and that a telephone number be
except during May June and July when it is published semi- provide freedom to travel? That meant roads. be Included, so that letters may
How Is one to build roads? Employ verified If some question should
weekly. Only editorials represent the official opinion of The engineers.How .
Is one to accomplish these things? As Names will not be withheld on letters-
Alligator. Columns represent only the opinions of their authors. soon 1*
to-the-edJtor reason
,The Alligator Is entered as second class matter at the United as valuables appear it's done with pay From unless sufficient
States Post Office at Gainesville. ... where? Taxes. U freedom to travel, how about given. The Alligator will not print letters
freedom from Ignorance? Education. How about received anonrmouslv.Page _

Thursday, Nov. 19, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 5


Gator WriterNot who?

even Albert is safe with
SOTS' recruiting team around. none but
UF's mascot 'gator would probably
be scooped up and placed charge
of animal relations. Yesterday, you, you
Alligator Columnist Miss
Pat-Louise Keunlng Joined the '
ranks as Executive Coordinator
of SOTS, that ubiquitous Societyfor
: the Obliteration of the Tri- i Y
monster System.
Miss Keunlng will be responsible
for making the 79-member organization -
run smoothly toward: Its
goal of abolishing the trimester,
according the SOTS Chief Adminis- :
trator Mickey Ctuson, who made
the appointment."This .
is part of a programset
up by our chairman (Frank i
CoferJr.) to enlist the aid of
... e top-notch people," Chason said
Wednesday. "Miss Keuning is definitely -
suited for the job. She
has the ability to organize things
effectively, and this will certainly
help realize our objective," he
__ added.

SHADES OF the Mudville nine as the Yulee Softball team poses. Included are, Cofer told the Alligator Nov.
5 that it was the job of the so-
front row: Dori Rickert, Barbara Foss, Judy Boren, Earlene Dahlstrom, Linda Abbott, ciety to convince the general public

and Susan Williams; 2nd row, Charlotte Uddstrom, Jan Gould, Berrie BlackDanielleThomas that the trimester system shouldbe
changed, not just the students.
Becky Thorn and Sandy Wright; 3rd row, Sandy Silver, Margaret Dunlap "This is one of the reasons

Stephanie McNulty, Pat Mcarty, Jackie Williams, Tina Martin and Diane Williams.The why Chason has been aiming for

dashing nine will play Phi Gamma Delta today for Dollars for Scholars. ( See high quality yesterday.people"We' Cofer don't want explained -

related story on page 8 ) any dead wood," he added.

I Class Cutting Is Drop OffenseStudents

who skip classes can tic groups," Whitehead added. If his total credit hours drop be- mUlct is available also to the
be dropped from the course by their "It is a policy of the universitynot low 12, he Is automatically sus- student who Is turned down by
professor and possibly suspended. to release the exact numberof pended from college for the remainder his college petition committee.
from the University of Florida for students suspended until of the trimester, sincehe
the trimester, said Dean of Men authorized by Pres. (J. Wayne) isn't a full-time'student. "Highly unusual or extenuating
Frank T. Adams."Excessive Reitz. Recently he (Reltz)did state "The student may petition his circumstances are required for
unauthorized absences that about 2.5 per cent of first individual college to remain in the committee (USPC) to permit
are determined by the trimester freshmen and 4.5 per school with less than the 12 hour
individual professor. It's a matter cent of second trimester freshmenwere minimum," Whitehead said. "De- readmittance," said Dean Adams, .
between the student and his In- suspended for academic rea- fore the ax falls, he petitions the a member of the USPC. ..u the In
structor. The Instructor alone sons," said Whitehead. college committee to review his student requests it, I give him
determines the number of absences Based on latest enrollment figures case. In exceptional cases, per- every assistance In preparing his PostGradslacks
allowable before it becomes excessive about 70 first trimester mission may be granted," he petition," Adams added.
," Dean Adams said. freshmen will be suspended this added. "I've never known a case of a
"Approximately five per cent of trimester. Four of them will be Once the ax has fallen, the professor who wouldn't excuse byhis
all students suspended each for skipping classes. About 29 University Senate Petitions Com- a student from class for an Important -
trimester are dropped for exces- second trimester freshmen will be mittee(USPC)is the student's court reason. Absence due
sive absenteeism," said RichardH. suspended, and of these 3 will be of last resort. He must request to necessity and absence for con-
Whitehead, associate registrar. classcutters.A readmittance to the UP and per- venience are not the same In any
"The exact number is not known student who is dropped froma mission to be classified a full- respect. Repeated absences get the
because the total suspended cate- course because of class cuts time student, although he has less student into trouble," Adams
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r- Campus News Briefs Fasting Students

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I...'... Newell Society Hillel DanceThe Student FEA I Help Negroes

::::::: The Newell Entomological Hillel Foundation will Representatives of the Peace :r!
::::: will meet tonight at 8 sponsor a Midnight Magic Fall
:: Society will
Corps speak at the Student ::ti UF students will soon help feed the people there," Brown said.
:r:: in Room 343 McCarty Hall. Dance Nov. 21, at 8:30 p.m. FEA meeting tonight at 7 to :: hungry Mississippi Negroes."Thanksgiving Three national groups are spon-
;:::::: Dr. Thomas J. Walker, a lead- at 16 N. W. 18th St. be held In Room 43, Norman : :: soring Thanksgiving fast for freedoms -
;:::::: Ing authority on soundproduclng Entertainment is straight Hall. The topic will "Teach- : : United States Youth Council,
;:::::: insects will speak on a phase from Manhattan. Admission is ing Through the Peace Corps" ti::::: fast for United States National Student

::::::: of his research on sound producers free. Refreshments will be and refreshments will be i : freedom" is being sponsored on Association, and the NorthernStudent -
::: in crickets, served.
:::: grasshoppers served. : campus by the Student Group for Movement.
::::1:: and katydids. The public :::::::: Equal Rights (SGER), according to

:;:::::: is cordially Invited to at- mm1 fast chairman Julian H. Brown, "The drive Is endorsed by all

:Ii!! tend. Unitarian Fellowship Sailing i ClubThe I 1 1 i ; Jr. the major," Brown civil said.rights!; organizations -

'::: 111j 1jj
... will be set out-
... "Booths up just
Francisco Rodriguez, a Gator Sailing Club :::::: "We will get the food to take
side the limits of Nov.
::::: War Dance Tampa attorney, will speak on is sponsoring the Florida Invitational :;;1:1: 19 to collect money campus for the on drive," to Mississippi from a wholesale
"Civil Rights: Looking Ahead" Regatta on Lake Wau- ;::::: Brown said. distributor but we don't know yet .
11 this Sunday at 11 a.m. at 1024 burg Saturday and Sunday. :::::: which one it will be," he said.
NW 10th Ave. All who are Other schools attending will :::::::: The Teamsters Union has agreed

,::1:::1 A Broward Murphree War Interested are welcome. be Florida Presbyterian ;::::: SGER is not allowed to solicit ,to ship the food free, according to

:::::;:: Dance will be sponsored by College, St. Petersburg Junior s:::::: on-campus for its fast for free- Brown.
(.:::::;::: Student Government tomorrow Young RepublicansThe College, St. Johns River Junior ::::;::: dom, Drown said.
hi:::*::::: night from 812.Admission College and Miami Dade Junior :::::::: The group also Is trying to get Last Feb. 26, was the first attempt -

I!! Young Republicans meet College. All members of the :::::::: students who have pre-paid meal at this sort of thing. Thenit
1 tonight at 8 in Room 116 Flor- Gator Sailing Club are urged :s:;::::: contracts to voluntarily abstain was called "fast for freedom
::1:1:::: is free. The Hust- ida Union. The speaker will be to attend and participate. :::::: from one meal before Nov. 23. day," according to Brown.
:::::::: lers will furnish the music. Howard McKinney, mayor of Skippers meeting is at 9:30 :;:::::: The money saved from not eating
:::::::: Dress is casual. Free refresh- Gainesville, whose subject will Nov. 21 In Room 221 of the : ::: will buy food for needy people. $10,250 was raised from 42
::::::::: ments will be served. be "Who Is the Libertarian?" Florida Union. : :::: "The reason we chose campuses all over the United
Mississippi to help In this driveis States. Through this money, 600
1 1m
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sympathy all over the country for for a week.

Old/ Peel'Editor To Ask

For 'Gator AdvertisingBill RequirementsOn

S. Goeller, editor of the The first edition of the Old hurt me," Goeller said. "This Is
Old Orange Peel, said he plans to Peel was put out by Goeller anda my first effort in the publishing Work EasedAcademic

go before the Board of Student small staff Oct. 31. It sold business." ,

Publications next year to 2,000 copies. I student employment, will now consist -
Goeller is a bio-chemistry
determine if the Old Orange Peel only of grades earned In
"The New Orange Peel Is nota major. requirements deter-
can advertise in The Florida Alli upper division," McClelland aald.
humor magazine," said Goeller."It mining which students may hold
"I've learned alot and the
experience The old requirement stated that
jobs have been changed,
is more like the defunct Is worth the effort," he part-time only students who maintained a .
according to Hayes K. McClelland,
The Board of Student Publica- 'Scope' which is fine for a campus said. "I'm better off for it." assistant dean of men. steady 2.0 average each trimesterat
"The advertisements In the Old UF could hold part-time jobs.It .
tions would decide whether the Old literary magazine. The new regulation, passed last
Orange Peel pay for part of the also said that a student must
could advertise in The Alligator week by the Faculty Committeeon
or not.William Goeller plans to come out with a printing costs, the sales finish pay- achieve a 2.0 average the pre-
Student Financial Aid, says that
second edition of the Old Peel In Ing for the costs of printing and pay vious trimester he seeks employ-
division students, who although -
January."It the help needed to put the magazineout upper ment has not been changed, how
they have not made a 2.0
E.Epperheimer,executive will be completely humor, ," said Goeller. ever, reported McClelland.
trimester In attendance

secretary for the Board of except for a feature girl, which Goeller took over the magazinefrom average every "The change Is a break for
at the UF, now hold
I Student Publications, said Goellerhad has been a kind of tradition," he the original staff of the Old part-time jobs."The may the student who had: one or two
talked with him concerning said. Peel. poor academic trimesters In his
over-all of
advertising in The Alligator, but Goeller did some of the layout, "Technically," G oe 11 e r said, division students average, for reasons upper of lower division work," he added.
that Goeller had not come beforethe the advertising and some of the "there Is no legal limitation the
board before the October Issueof photography for the Old Peel him- use of the name 'Old Orange Peel
the magazine was put out. I started to do some of the ads
self."Lack of publicity has definitely for the Old Peel last year." KNEE HIGHS

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Board of Student Publications before I

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8, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, Nov. 19, 1964

k ..

Gators ReadyFor

; t

3 ; FSU Fight"We're

ready to play a great Graves has praised both Alan
game, and you can't be anymore Poe and Jack Harper during this
i ready than ready" said Coach week's practice.The Florida back-
) Ray Graves as his Gator football field will be back at full strengthwith
team ran through a practice in the return of Poe and Harper,
sweat clothes yesterday.The who has missed three games witha
Florida coach has been knee Injury.

.. Lr1 particularly pleased with the rebuilding "Alan has come back and donea
of his offensive backfieldthis fine job for us this week In
week.Gator. practice," Graves said. "He'll bea
starter Saturday and I'm surea
big asset to our team in the
remaining games."

Continue Work "He is a clutch runner and our
-' best blocker," the Floida coach

f Ay41W Although Florida basketball said.
\ coach Norm Sloan thinks his teamis Graves also praised the runningof
ahead of most of its Harper who led the Gators in
'w -w Ni predecessors at this stage he rushing until he was sidelined.The .
k Florida coach said he wasn't
I is still concerned with many vital
1 I r departments still considered saying how many touchdowns it

; ROAD BLOCK slows down Gator Allen Trammel I in action against Auburn. problems. would week. take to win the game this
"I can't remember a Florida
\ (Photos by Ron Sherman of UF Photo Service.) team being this far along after "The breaks and ,control of the
only a couple of weeks of practice line of scrimmage will decide the
since I've been here game" said the Gator coach.
1 Trammell// Pass Defense says
Keys Sloan. "While this is true we The biggest challenge the
are still greatly concerned over Gators will face this year will

,I Busiest Gator in terms of recovered a fumble to set up one to put the Gators out front, 17- floor mistakes and defense." be Fred Blletnikoff, according to
minutes played and duties touchdown, then broke the game 7, in the third quarter. Sloan is pleased with improved Graves.
performed well in 1964 is defensive open with a 62-yard punt returnTRAMMEL offenseive rebounding efforts, "Coach Bill Peterson at FSU
halfback Allen Trammell, a key --- -- -.. - Trammell has returned seven noting that sophomore Gary Kellerof has called Fred Blletnikoff the
figure in Florida's nation-leading punts 156 yards, an outstanding St. Petersburg has done a most greatest pass receiver in the
i pass defense. average of 22.3 per return. effective Job in this department. nation, and a boy who should win
Trammell not only does an "Keller is 'one of the finest the Heisman Trophy this year,"
I outstanding Job on defense, where F sophomore offensive menl've seen said the Florida coach.
"Allen is our team's version of in "I think Blletnikoff is one "of
his secondary coach Billy Kinard quite some time, says Sloan.
rates him an excellent pro Frank Merriwell," says Florida "He and sophomore guard Skip the finest receivers I've seen In
{ bead coach Ray Graves. "He just of Akron collegiate football and the biggest
prospect at halfback, but he's theteam's Higley Ohio have done
C jack-of-all-trades. has that uncanny ability to make well and will see a great deal of challenge our defense has faced
Trammell holds the ball on all the winning play. I attribute this action this year." this season," he said.
4 extra points and field goals, leads to desire and hustle, the attitude "Our defense needs improvingand However, the Gator coach thinks
that he's going tb get the job done his is to the .
the team in punt returns,is secondin our passing has been careless.In squad equal challenge.The
and the eagerness which puts him in tough G.\tors wlllrun through light
kickoff returns,makes the tackleon competition if there's
virtually every Gator kickoff position to make big plays." two things that can beat you it'sa drills today in final preparationfor
and punt, has recovered three loose defense and mistakes." the game with the Seminoles.

."- fumbles and caused three more Florida's pass defense,expectedto The Gator cagers open their
with jarring tackles. be a weak department this season at home Dec. 2 against SPORTSMEN'SCYCLE
"Allen has the knack for comingup season, has been nothing short of VMI and take on Stetson, Dec. 5,
with the big play because he r spectacular thus far with the to round out the first week of the CENTER
always hustles and is always opponents completing only 38 of 97 1964-65 season. 617 N. Main St.
around the football," says Florida au for an average of 52.0 yards per Florida's starting team in the SUZUKISales
head defensive coach Gene game. The Gators have already game Monday included veterans
Ellenson. "He's real Dick Tomllnson, Brooks & Service
a good picked off 12 aerials, returning
i athlete who is one of the most them for 147 yards and one TD. Henderson and Tom Baxley and
I t dedicated kids I've ever coached. .w.> y Mjrr. rookies Keller and Jeff Ramsey,
S Trammell's defensive statistics another St. Petersburg product.
i read like those of an honor student Only one TD pass has been Sloan rates the battle between
in his department. He made the thrown against the combinationof Ramsey and junior Bob Hoffman 'tJ\aster
tackle, then recovered the fumbleon Trammell, Druce Bennett, Dick as a wide-open scramble with both Coif llcge
a late punt against MississippiState --- Kirk and Jerry Newcomer. boys expected to see a great deal

setting up a game-tying field SPRINTS of action.

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I Yulee Dorm will play Phi Gamma Luscious Bulky Knits
t Delta in a softball game today ate
4 p.m. at Norman Field.
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The Phi Gamma Delta players With Slim Pants By
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ment for the seven inning game i
is being donated by the Intramural STRIP STEAK, French fries, rolls, butter 97$ Blouses
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Dollars for Scholars will be .
" requested during the'game. Open 6 a.m. to midnite
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The Florida -J Vol. 57, Ndo. 55 Universiy of F] THE DEEP SOUTH S I hLrsti(v. Njv oridc,wGomes lie flNES COLLEGE DAILY' .144 Balies are big business on U? campus. S., big, in fart, that Student Government (SG) has provided I baby sitting service for use by students, staff or faculty memberIs. Through calling University Ex-. tension 2547 or 2548 from 3-5 p.m., a parent affiliated with U F wilt get a baby sitter through this system. The new system incorporated this month by the service has sets of reference cards for both st-. ters and persons using the service. The Personnel Services Bureau, directed by Ronald A. Simpson operates a baby sitting service which acts as a clearing house between employers and sitters. All approved sitters have an index card madS out flor them.Th. sitters then contact the service and lalorn. it which days they are free to work and where they canbW coot acted. The Sc stafl then places the and Busin e ss th. parents will call the sltter directly rather than thehbaby sitting service,. The ,t'rvlce ha-, about SO sitter', Ti,. youngest is 16. the ;1dst in her late 20''. Although 1he servIce make' every effort to ce rtify only s hitters that meet their qualtflcalions, U& Student Government takes no0 responsibility for the actions of thy sitter. Arrangements fuor trjnspoflalliin are made between the parent and lb. sitter. Racommended wage for at this timw is SO cents for one to two children cents an hour for three eblldren, with a minimum an evening. sitters .jn hour and 60 to tour of $1.25 T o Here Si KituIa\ llel la 't batlb.nt wo th Ainf en Iluridi -IS I Alumni II, r~t .u. will I.' sponlsoIe l jointly by I' U m id 1*51' Alu''' As or Sl ort 1k fore the Tallahassee meeting iii the Unto rs and Scm nob's Sal. urday. The )114 ba tu will bk' held in Tully (aymn) IS IumI nhat C amptikll St duim, liom) II n.m. toti p.m. dnly ulumnii I &yanltyv ,-iid conitrliutots Jrt eliiItili to )UI chase tickets Ion lh. .vnt ---nai tIckets will lie sold at the door. Deadline rot tickits to the lii, b-eLu Is 5 Friday. Thev-a aw tvai IIb I at $2 etch .,t th. alumnni o.t1I. ti U[nlurslt y Auliitorin,. Stb aut your '1g. ritt,'s, rn-tg you z Not, i k. up in henrtedrin. bring your twxoks 'riusii 50Th, the organhzat.'n lhat hop.". ti d, .a w I y with thi ufteriiw caussaI by the tiina~ste'r. will 11(111 Is ilag anii,/ utIlOnai mieitiig tomorrow night. Sc'lpdUlsi it 8 p-ii R,.et Odt*, i tss N' A\ .u .p o Ib i i l r b 1 ..1 Ie 'oii. l qn. lInk with U iii tl,1Ihinte ltk lotes hive tie (Conhnued fln Page 2) Note FSU Albert's Lock Aja 'liownmuih pior, itild thy Ih.iv, *sked fuel It 1%s iii', ht any ''crbialu I hit.IM'i woitlt lhly. -V IL)4%i i I 'im his pr-tvthaed' +:411n thiji lag.' laist aught tax-I'p I r th, vIgII.nei rf inh Aaui S. hilh,, h, lAG. St ildIihiaih illli ly way tint k, ,~i wth tie bil wrjp*'4 Iih.dmol Aih.i hlnmself ,aI jnly inre' trmh Ii exit to .ii' rAK si.rilty pripariel .Mk,. ju xl.M Would 14 ppeA I t WIN locked :ansi ha 'lily wilkid I., lh. amVUN pAiCW xtati nto ritixrt Ihk mii tur t ions ng loc k. Two .ampua puujir. speedily r.turn.d to the .cel and a'spi. 4.i ,s Ioc,khamw,,yale S Albert was aga secure. .4.*'r:,:. .;. 'uery Set S UF PLAYERS Terry Dougherty, Martha Ferguson,. 2UC, 90 through their ports in She Stoops to Conquer," the players' next production,whdch is scheduled for Dcc. 2-6 in Norman Hall Auditorium (Photo by Carolyn Johnston) S G N o Babyitn W Big9 All wages go directly to the sitter. T 1


Appointments Rouh On Bei 16ki boundi to be amenur I ible day In the life of UI law student Gerald Richman. RIchman, who was named "outstanding speaker" in the regional Moot Court competition in Atlanta last week and who has been named Rhodes Scholarship nominee from the university. is scheduled topar"Cipaite in the national Moot Court UF S urgeon Dr. Lester L. Dragstedt., research professor of surgery in the UP College of Medicine, Monaob Bgeow Meal by th Bto Surgical Society. The medal, awarded to 16 suirgeons in the past 43 years, recognizes new and valuable work in surgery. It was presented to Dr. Dragstedt it the 50th anniversary celebration of the Society at the Statler-Hilton Hotel. ThIs Is the third preofessional award presented to the eminent Florida surgeon in the past two years. Dr. Dragstedt, who has won international acclaim for his work in tihe surgical treatment of dtomach in d d uod en l ulq'rn, received the American Medical A a soei at io n',s Distinguished Service Awamrd last year ardi the Julius Friedenwald Distinguished Service Medal from the American Gastroenterotoglcal AssociationIn March, 1964. Eye d Albert "Ope ration G ator Watch" continued Tuesday night as 3so pledges of Thu Epsilon Phi fraternity stood watch at the gator pen from midnight until 6 a.m. Most of the fr ate rnities on campus have volun tee red their pledges to stand watch at the gator pen by Century Tower since someone tried to break into Albert's pen last Friday night in an effort to '-ator nap"' the .allAccording to Fred Hedstrom,. coordinator of the program, the watch will ctirtinue until Albert is rtenoved from his penfor transportation to the loridai-florIda State football game at Tallahassee next week. moenn hoe Repair Shop HEELS ATTACHED S Mint. SOLES A TTACHED 15 Mint. t Two Location Three A Greets New Ne ig hbors Presidents and housemothers of the three newest fraternities on Fraternity How were welcomed with a dine r Tue sday night it the Theta Chii house-. John A. Kenworthy, president of Theta ChP said, "We were the first house on the row and ihas been tradition for u.s to Representing the new houses were: Mrs. Mar, itet Rudy, Dehaven FI'.ming. the P1 Kappa Phi Fraternity; Mrs. Mary Apple, Vernon H.Swartsel,Sigma Chi Fraternity; Mrs. Joree Mc Farian. Arthur I. Jacobs, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity. Mrs. Mildred G. Dollar, Theta Chi housemother, acted as hostess. Book Honor A sripiiuiiiri hsra.i Wit book theft, was iwaril 'ght[ p!,clty hours and a sever. repri manrd at a summary trial in Honor Court last Wednesday. Theft Nets Court Penalty The ownls in the irer II i~ilIg I to Ie( kiiig i)(okstrTs deitlilel N H book by anl nsc riptioni on tlw front (over. rhe d etc id a n t was ,dentified through bookstore policy Richman compwtit Cin in New York, appe*r before the State Sciet tion Cornmittee on Rhodes Scholarships in Jarksconvllle, and graduate from the College of Law here -all on the same day. If the Moot Court team, which won the competition by a 'onsiderable margin in Atlanta last week.end, should be, eliminated early in the three-day contest. Richmin could return to Jacksonville In time'forthe interview. I he fails to appear before the State Selection Committee, his chances for a Rhodes nomination are slim. But Richman, a real trouper, has already made up his mind. ''My first responsibility is to the team,'' he says. "After all, we've made It this fa." Other members of the university's winning Moot Court team ire Brian Ellis, and Robert Feagin. FSU Film Saturday (ContinUed From Page 1) be rented to transmit thw mIcrowave which would hive cost iii at head $15 000. WUi.T-TV will use Its own ml-('rowave short range transmitter it the game to convey the micro-. S. The Droshop THE STATUS SEEKERS. HIDDEN PERSUADE RS. THE WASTE MAKERS. THAE A.NSWER. .. THE EXAM SECRET. Vance Packard *. ...VO nce *. .../a nce *. ..Phflhip *. ..Dennis STUDENT'S GUIDE FOR WRITING PAPERS -.-.-Kate HOW DOES A POEM MEAN2. .John Packard Packard Wylbe Jackson Turabian Ciorde TECHNICAL AND REFERENCE NAKED SOCIETY. .*. ..Vance Packard wave signal, to the WISUj-TV studios in Tallahassee where a tape will be made by WUJFT-TV technicians. Arrangements have been made with private individuals flying to Tallahassee for the game to fly the tape back to Gainesville Saturday evening at no cost to UF. J obOppo rtfun ity Book vailable The Circle ''K" is flow distributing tree booklets entitled "'Career 1965"' to all male seniors and graduates. These booklets are available at the Information Booth, at the Placement 0Of1he and In Room 103 In McCarty through tomorrow. After Friday they will be available till Dec. 9 it the Pla. ement Office and in Room 103 in McCarty-. Gecorge Stuart, chairman of the circulation, said. ''Career 1q65'' will also br dINtributed to all fraternities and dorm areas. The booklet c'otains resume hints for applicatots to different industries ajid businesses. The ''Career I 965"' is published by Careers Inc. arid sponsored by leading firms ar ross the couiitrg Companies have reports on ''where to apply, what they have to tiffser, how to apply and what you need to Rueid,"' in this booklet."'Career 1965"'aso contains a"leading Employers Directory" which Is a brief desrption of each"'Career'' employer and very useful when making an Initial contact in person or by mail. The '(

0 Florida a warm, ir S State nvitat ion the University University to the of Florida, extends students and ci umni of to visit and tour the new $3 million University stay U nion during ;n Tallahassee. The FSU University Union is planning tutions, in the FSU-UF octivi ties for students of bath connection game with the first playing ir allahassee. Win or lose ~# U 'I II SI I we hope it who attend willbe a memorable weekend for ill these activities. Room 240 of the University Union has been reserved THE FSU UNIVERSITY UNIO N as headquarters for all University of Florida guests. FRIDAY November Public Relations FSU-UF Student University Room Th rd Annual Men's Glee Clubs, Day in FSU Sch aol of Business Government Banquet ,University Union / 4 FSU-UF Football Concert in Westcott Auditorium 9:30 p.m. Concert by Si Ballroom, 11:00 p.m. Dance, Florida Zentnie University soturing Si State University r And His Orchestoa Union Zentner And His Orchestrra Room, University Union SATURDAY, November 21 -l:O0 p .m. FSU-UJF Alumni Barbecue, (Open to active alumni Tull of both y Gym FSU and UF) 2:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. FSU-UF Football -12 Midnight Dance, Florida featuring Game, Campbell Rick Powell's State University ROOm, Stadiurn Orchestra University Union SI ZENTNER r S 4 your instiof -*4 20 9:00 5:45 P a.m. p.m. -4:30 -7:45 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 11:00


& M4 0 Now Is Thec LGN me thirty dliys to go. the homn, strie h. tih. final lap the lidt leg. (iall ii whis yolk will, the fall trimester, 1964, is rapidly appro.*cing Its 'rid. Some wish the dIay would speed its approach. Others ar. praying It will never corn,, or at lest not Game until after that %A' *d term paper can get done. Some students ire nlow witnessing their final trimester in college. Sonic will graduate, others just won't (or can't) come back. For select few freshmen, this Is both the first AND L AST trimester of college work. Some deserve to think out. Others are vhdltnm. Id ci reumst lni 0s rangIng from imimatlirity to sickness to emotional problems to fInancial deflelericies. Crollege-fot many.-Just ionme' to,, soon ii on's life. it's hard to make the awesome adjustment from high school and. Momn and Pop to college, pressur. and long hours. But regardless of what rine's current at'adlelii poItian is-whether it is on the precipice of scholastic disAster flirting he low the 2.0 level or safe withIn the tonfi nis of a 1.0-now Is thetie tom acclertethe pare.s-frh mtpa-r vr. Only one home football game remains and that onr on Thanksgiving weekend. Now is the time to stay up a little later at night with the books. Now is the time to begin attending 'laiss if you haven't been. Now is the time to stop wasting the weekends with beer, trips home, and too many "non-study" dates. Now is the time to find out where the library is. Now Is the time that college graduates (and college flunkies; are made or broken. Now is the time, more than any other time, that your future Is at stake. Your future depends on those late nights awd those early mornings and what you do with them. Your life for the next 40 years can be affected by what you do (or fail to do) during these next 30 days. Think about that. ..and study. Now Is the time. Fan Enthusiasm Enthusiasm "an he great. Musd1rected, It ia,, be disastrous. Sometimes s hool spirit can get out of hand, fin, i' rhi'n Inflamed, chte rinrg sectIons stop the.'ring awl t ha, gin Ja i a erowd becomes a mob. In times past, these mobs Jpr sometimes .xc ied it vidli Is take out their pent-ip emotions oi, p1 op.'rty (Jr person. N os, are bloodied, goal posts tail, chairs ire smiiahed ,iiit bu' irafires built School spirit does wonideri for UF pride .ail ,alt. lint we urge those S you who might consider rid I(it ituin it li, un ii Saturday, to consider again; not only for the image of our s< ho.) but also for the educational future of yourselves. Besides, guys, a piece of goal post hanging in your romfais l strictly old hat. The.e Florida A A LLIGATRT Served by United Pr e in atnai l Editor. ...... Managiw Editor. ... Asstptaot Maaging Editor. Assistant Manqging Editor. Editorial Page Editor. .. Sporns Page EdItor. .. CttylEdltor. ....... Campus Living Editor. ... Editornal Assistants -Jim Caste Toys Lovin., Sam Ullmian. finite Stan Kuip (Cartoocist), Ron Speiiei ,. ..W .ilker I dnidy .......Joel Gastol .Nancy Brachey .Da'e Berkowit, ...........Ed Barber ..Bruce Dudley .,. Skip Ifaviser ..Denita Mathliwn lbo Ann C ar-Ir Don Lode rm ini. eLrtt (CII'ulti'n MIin ager a r. n Swillow. Reporters Patti Pitt (Student Utn rm it [Ac It hief Joe Koilin, Bob Golub, Joe'~ waluiort. Sharo NilRIles ietts Cardoth, Frank Shepard, Let Alexand,'z Aine' F owle, Thelma Mossmian, Marjorie Uretal, F an lulau Di' d henned Terry Rogers Susie Ha back. Jeffrus Belik.n dI r Dik LiennI), Beverly Faber. Dick Schneider, Greg Seit, Sue Bobble, lori tint' Vm~. .a c 'n,an LI Ia.a-n rm ".r. .'r, ra .K I: I I An Answer Ir arbey Letter IN onomic freedom? What do you di, whleL uncontroI~ed ecnm thosu (i I monster strangling competition? Destim Then how do you produce goods fori nmi I population? By hand in sweat shops?> lrrpots No, you control the mouaste r. How' Govt rnmtri. Finally, let's consider the US. today. I man of 70 free to work 'as he pleases'' thu is he more free or less free because I draw social security? Is a ma', mel e fim less free of economic n security bet oH the Federal Reserve system?~ I5 I mHnnll Cute or less free because a 'orportton ftte limi not to organlize into libor ui Are small busies',e, more fret or I Srt1 e because the government controll corporate tehenioth? Is the nation more ft or Ic 's free because a union ri ill tsptons bly strike it will" A rt wa (r.e 'r Its, fe beciise miiissivi' 'eI 'hi pridar' T~rt .\II tlips tiurgs yo. m .t ,i ra w4Q q gont]. Ii iLniugh Why shrI',LJIt ti Whiiat wlithnSatedmitbi o N' n ft ulp,ij'u thLh bo fot airlau e'.i toward gre ite' n'dniviul fra'da. C .[. Sholl >, ('onsumer's Leaguc DIT()l{ herewith two contributions In the dli i' a,! a consumer's league I) JMF seems to be Gainesville's best fr family-sized, one-stop tolletry-shOpPlli" they drop one from time to time. The J(1 by .i great deal. J) WD uses a marking ink that Is rt inOn l indelible. once It gets on your hands N' it hits an unpleasant odor, so strong th will permeate butter if a so-marked Pok is r.frtgt rated too closely. Alexander Donlphin a EDITOR: I write in reference to the letter by L. M. Sarbey in the Nov. 13 letters section. My concern is not so muck, with his obvious choice in the current political situation, but with the reasoning and the viewpoint behind it. let's consIder this idea that lathe government which governs best is the one that governs least." Let us define "llberty'' or '"freedom" as absence of restraint -especIally fruim governmerit. The last time maii ejo yedi complete freedom of this type was, say, ii, the lower Paleolithic --before he orgiriized into lasting family and Ilan groups. But was tne "'free'' ther' (Or, wis lie tinder fir more restraint from lii ernvirornmeit, ii the liter lower PaliolIthIr, mitat Ipirita to speak and hi' starte r roiping taigthei, He jlso ,ta! ted orgirnzing the ntiti, of thi.' grtu --stub a mi air' work inci waimlil wor k. Ia' fu~ihrmorr' hilm spech ill' tiin ,h I Vh, I(J tiee tiimalt unI' tiji ntrnhIIngi irs mlacr, ljtin' kil['a LI s' ojidili their tultut U WI irind tlla ij,'tt ill w piIQ~ittd fur .This iilriiut,d in the i ae .it SO< iles. (II rig (TI, I iTm getitiag to the pomri.) As mlail silty het imt mIri nmplex thitrt hid to hi ial,'s. Who 4 'S tt' iaforca them" At first, rio out'. But, that didn't work toci well. Ihen lut a h'ad,' eriforced thanm. Then leaders. Thtus grew gos iiment. Why dtid ihete have to be tiles So that there could be .t C(mmnily indirstood relton'hip amiung people. Why dud they line to be enforced To p event the los' of the painstakingly acquired culture by uiiwplling gent ratIons, and to protect those who would ibey aid the "proft"t' they produced b) concert action from the a"outlaw"~ who would benefit without adherence. Then, stinc. a more complex culture produced goods of value, those goods hid to hb. protected from other societies aid groups. This meant al mie'. How are armies raised"' By ('4llcertted, centralized action. How financed2 By societies as a whole. Through what igeincy Government? What I' the effect of these rules and ernloru'pmnicr sid armies through go'enrnment' A man was fseed from the necessty of protecting htmwtlf coistanrtlh. le was freed from the anecessit) of being competent at tilthe skIhls of basic survival, freed to become much more proficient It his iwn skIll, and g i.en mor. tims to corbider such things as art. Silce, al philosophy. Was he hurt, then, by the increase of go'.! nmerit jxower' N' As societies Iecim. more orni. aHr 1 To S The Alligato; gladly JCC$pts ltIr rifle I & S.) I


r V so's Gator laps Writer I'. I' 'I who? who? none but you, you 'dville nine as the Yulee softball teem poses. Inci ,Barbara Foss, Judy Boren, Earlene Dohistrom, Li Jan andy Tinla forCD Gould, Berrie Blo Silver, Margaret Martin and DianE ollars for Scholar row, CharlotteU SSandy Wright; 3 Mcarty, Jackie y Phi Gamma Del r us. C Jddstrom, rd row, S Williams, Ito today urrng i Iu i ps, Whitil,,n 4,1 e< 511 Is p poll I f thp, Itinh rsIty or sItILI> ,uspwihuleI unltil uthor 'ccd bi Ii us. IJ. Wun *V Riilrti Ci.!lji IHLt di s t tha jo 1.eiih pri,h oni SIJTELPIL trImnstI. ifLtI Of her an iL p fore skippingh' lis,, tdhit e Ai ,th it i I I IPIL'' I0*i ii iii' trme.I ourts 'f lmals its syspendi. hindelf lthe Itib Ircu b,. SHADES OF the Mu front row: Dorn Rickert and Susan Williams; 2r Thomas, Becky Thorn or Stephanie McNulty, Pa The dashing nine will p related story on page 8 Class stdnsWho skip eItsses cli hi dtripptd from thi ours. by their pr tie, ot and pos silly susw nded fin thm Uni'erst of FlIortId, tot tic, tin sister, sid [)epl ot Men I r tk I'. At,'',. -Ir. deterrainedl by thi ujclvidu.I profhssor. Ii's ,i i 'It %t wi'Fn IIhe stud(4'Tt 1141i ii'InwIb. [Cforp hE b*'.o'tp s xs'IVe, Dciii Adams sild. 'Xpprcoxin,,tely five ;*r I itt if I tud eats suspended ilLh ii ipetetr ire di upped for ex(sV. t)senteism."' sid lHi.[hri l. 'Whitthead, isot 'ate reglstrpr. 'The exact number IS not known betIuse the total suspended eate-'lr Is not broken down into specHillel Nov. 21, 8:30 p.m. Free A dmission THURSDAY .-A r a A uded are, odo Abbott, Ick Daniele I Dunlop e Williams. s. ( See Drop ( flop t' thhlN uth lly ii -4 miind~.el of the hrImphsh'i .slilie 4*h' stiii iLLV )ei'ti hi utdr i ii .5> I' IIe l?.* a I 's9. Iil n -.n t It r Paiut St 4% ci .5s m 'S S Inte h a e A his Ig |,1 0 e i' $ t 4' ilt I. 't. Iii Pniini < lmil must Ieuet lislhI .i full.1011 lrlI1 w I It iti +'l i i t (1, 'I .i up.1 's 011 l!Lhu I s+' .L 1 irk tu e It. th li chiilill lii i IlnIlh.Lnisn iii oo 1(k hhL ,'l udI IN s's i si a Isi s I'i Aillwur N 1 o[ why i spa ths lI,. ilflI \ilg u high qt .Ih I I i I L is ill Large Del Mocico, Baked Potatoes Toasd Solad Lz4 0 PiI tif lod,'h lx~ Offense shiwhilt whii Is jirihiq 'liwl by hi, iholkia lnetthhu i'mitiitte,. "holhi Lihhihl Up ixetifiigi hI'u hntICL i' iteiitled lim "ninG II' '" i,,ij 'erps'ei i Whit *iiplp.i't 1 t 'lri si t fir lb) fp i triii port'p isp,. AI,,.mrp III 4a \ ~ s~lacs yy d t ejLud r'4(21 tNvit belt loops arrow but niot too narrow cults '>haped or, )eam pockets Y','jm look perfect for d pittiri since they cost huti '8e pair in 6'r% Darcni* 1% m Cotton Buy em arnd op co Get your Po Gad t II Des Foundation Presents midnight magic FALL DANCE less 2 i tdit lpmurs. Tip,< It's SteaK at The V FE a m~ t 31' onmssty


I I For Rent I BE lFnx )M islwrihe apar tmenI~t. MxderL & sir--Icilditiofled. ( ill 2-5a94 between 5.10 & 7:00 p.m. or after 11:00 p.m. (B-56-it-c). SMALL FURNISHED CCB Cottage at Linda Arm Court, Ocala Road. Weekly or monthly rates. Available until J ..Call FR 6-5826. (B56-3t-c). I BEDROOM TRAILER, very nice. You pick the park. $30 per month plus park rent. Call Mrs. Bailey 2-1016 or 6-3211, Ext. 5112. (85S-2t-c). F1JENlIlIED HOUSE AVA Jan. fIrst. Suitable for $150 per month; near Call Mr. Mason at (B-54-4t-c). WANTED COED with woman and seen at 1617 N. or tall FR 2-27: IV An!:. 4 boys. Campus. 6-6461,. to share honme children. Can be W. 10th Terr. LW4 ifhINSTagl fMl.Swnb.MMM,-R-ii LAST TIMES Open 6:30 Show 7:00 See Both As 9:0f LA.e 20 --at '2nd Hit At 9:05 Starts Friday RIDE THE WILD SURF Real Estate (}I{ R1-.N I <,H SAt I j 'jufm A bath lak, tront h4m)ri mphtn furnlshed. Call John 1)1110!, $72YE6hR for details. (I-itc. GAINESV l1ILF A RE A I N V E ST ME NT PR)PE.R TIES combine high return arid exr .1 lent tax benefit,. Call ( hirlie Mayo, MARY MUElLER RF Al FSTATFCONSULTA NTS -I H -4471. (I5t-). I (R SALE BY ()WhE U erving .rc. Choice of 2 uplexes with room, 2-bath liome near University. Call 372-76Th. (1-55'1-)Personal. l)RY ClEAN 8 lbs. $1. 1% JpptOx. IC art I le, if (GATOR GROOMER Coin nxt to University Post (1-53-Uf-c). ,U. Tis clothing. I auridry Office. CUED TO SHARE Iarg. room., private home, baIh, maid service, phone, quIet, 1709 Nw 11th Road. Cl -udith .at 6-3747. $35 month. ((-S6---WANTEDRIDERS to, trip to Rradenton, Naples, etc. l eaving Wednesday. No'. 25 in pjm. Returning riday In time for Miami game. Contact Dot, Federmnar in SI udent Publications, Ext. 2832, or late at night it 8-2193. (C-53t-nc). YAMAHA BMW Motorcy cles For 'The DiscrIminating CYCLERAMA 3782811 21 SE Znd Place water, autonfi tic. FAL ClsLet (01dition. ( all M-a fter 6 I.m. 378-1188. Car at 1116 SW 2nd Aw. G56St-p). 953 DE.SOT() automatic. power stee ring radio. heater excellent shape. leaving r ouitry. must sell. Best offer. Alfr.ed, Roa. Tele. 1-0554 or 6.0809. 1,563t-p)-. 1957 1JCI)E Custom Royal twotone blue, 4-dr. sedan. pCw WC steering. Must sell immediately. $450. Car at 1415 NW 3rd Ave. Call 376-I 567 after S p.m. (G54_ __ __c__ '57 FORD V-S automatic, radio, heater. Almost new tires. See after 9 p.m. at 1222 N.W. 8th Ave. Apt. il7. (G-55-3t-p). M" T S mreirtl I 6 POISCHE SC, slate grey. $3900 -' Clean. $225. One, 1064 ZUNDAPP at CZyclerama. Phone 378-2811. (A55-ti-c). USED SMITH-CORONA Portable typewriter. E xcellent condition; just cleaned. See at 3224 N. W. 13th Street. First trailer on left. (A-5 3-St-c). VlIKING 4 track, stereo tape dick. Model 76 Compact. Slightly used. $175. Call Uni' .Ext. 2832 between H and 5. ( A-41-tf-ine). State Emplayes Have Found Solution To Problem Yes, for delayed or numbers of bind, until Other loans those problems where travel expense checks are monthly pay check is late, Marion Finance has helped State and government employees tosolvetheir financial payday. A $50 loan for 30 days costs only $1.50. up to $600. MARION 222 N. University Ave. GEORGE L. STARTS TOMORROW GAINESVILLE Drive-In Theater Finance Co FR 6-5333 ELLIS. Manager GAINESVILLE Drive-In Theater ., STARTS TOMORROW FIRST AREA SHOWING The following qUality pme-owned cars have been traded in on new Alfos and Mercedes: 1962 Chevrolet Impala, 300 h.p., gold with cream interior jUst 4-speed, -----$1 ,995 GTLS For a-gsa. AttencioneHelp Wantea MAI U s I -R.F r14 r Bn a((ountiIg prefer red. Part or itui time. shifts to be a rranged. Contact Mr. Alex Frank, University Inn. (E-55-7t-c). FEMALE ARTIST, eull time. Must be proficient in lay-out design and production mechanics. B r ing samples to Pepper Printing Co. between 10 a.m. arid 4 p.m. 1024 S. Main St. (E-55-St-c). STUDENT or STUDENT WIFE to assist in typing copy for Florida Alligator. Proficient typing ability mandatory. Some night work. Call Mr. Storter. 3762658.(E-55-tf-c). ARTh CNAFTh Instructor. Experienced. Afternoons and Saturday. Call Mr. Dobbs at Boys Club, FR 2-5341. (E-55-tf-c). Series MILLER & SONS AUTO PAINTIN(. SHOP, all cars $29.05 body work. We have moved to 1619 S. E. Hawthorne Road. ALTL WORK GUARANTEED. (M37-20tc). GARNER I)RAFTING SERVICE. 1k rOY lette 'Ing, rha rts, graphical delliniation, andpreparationofdata for Uzalid reproduction for thesis and dissertations. 372-80O8. (M 48-I Ut-c).


wI1~~.w p ~ .14-** --S .4 Cam pus News Brifg Fasting Students a~w e F, I eNewell F .niolcog il -, ety will fleet tonight t8 r. Tnms 1. Walker. a laiding authority oil sournderOducing lrse( ts will speak on a phie of lhis research flsouTndprodure r S iin crickets. grasshoppers and kitydids. The pubIi is cordlally iivitedt to ittend-. Wr Danc A Broward -Murphree War Dance will be sponsored by Student Government tomorrow night from 8-12. Admission is tree. The Hustlers will furnish the music. .Dress Is casual. Free refreshmeuts will be served. VOI d For 111l1 5, (joeller, editor if the Old Cr. rge Peel, s.Id be ph .ns to go before the Board of Student Publications next ye,,r to determine If thu Old )rangw Peel Can advertise in The I-lorhdl AlIIgitor. the Board lions would de "eel could ad gator Or not. of Student Public.cdde whether the Old vertise in Th. AlIIWilliam E. Epperhelmer, exedltive secretary for the Board of Student PublicatIons, said Goeller had talked with him~ concerning advertising in The Alligator, but that Goeller had not come before the board before the Octoberissue of the magazine was put out. Coetler said Innt 10 attempt had been made to go before the Hoard of Student Publications before the first issue was published, therefore the Old Peel got no advertisements In The Alligator At that time. He Is moderately optimistic amcut his chances of receiving permission from the board to advertise In The Allgaor aLaes0.Snvishe He at lt, N. W. Iin t. from Mlanhatt.n. Adntsa I r 9. Pkfreshimeit\ ;aI wr.ved. IIl cit, sIgh Unitarian Fellowship i'rnpa itt, c, A II pt k n "( lvii lightss. [ .coktng Ahead" tis Surii it II umr. it (1 l I NW 10th Ave. All who ii inte risiti ire welcome. Young Republicans Th. Yairig RepiulIbis !met toiiight it 8 ti Iuo ii lid. ULiicl. The speaker will hi Ilowir McKiriey mayor of Giaiiiville, whoIdltt sub tit will be "Whiii Is tile lttrtariani" or T o 'Gcato Thie lirt I .11 it of Ihc Peel w Is pitt out tiy (ckiler small still Ge I. Ii. It 2,000 copies. liten I1 rrbi Tmg Ithi~ gh thit icn I cnd Itfiesuet 1Vet4. eachorps' ilil b1 Sailing Club th I" ic i'i" i I" u Is 5poniUIIII the hili iiewitiititnal lRtg atit niLn i k, Wauhg SiircI.y aid Sunel y. eitherr sihoc s irlningii will h F 10r Id i Pestcyterian ( liege, St. liettrsiuiRg Junior (olleg., st. Ichiiu Rver Junior Sollrgt aiid Mt ii Itid. Junior tiolleg. All m,,riilrs if the ,atiii Saiilinrg t bib ire uirgtedl to atendandparic tpile. Skipper' rii.tig S it ,30 Nov. 21 ii lHtiim 2'I of the Florida [lnirn. Ask r Advertising 'ld Iind Liit said.''his is iiy first iffai in bus ini." m jI .I t "Th. New Orange Peel is not a tilno inm,lrli sil (olin "It is muce lik. the 'Sc&p,' which is line. fur a Ilia iv mnega ,iie." liiin.t (iipls (otet. r pidris to utme mit with. second edlitbo Of thi, Old 'eI In .January. "'It will be completely huior, except for ,a feature girl, which has been a kind of tradition" he said. Goeller udid some of the layout, the advertising and some of the photography for the Old Peel tim-. self. "L14ck of publicity has definitely 0 ,e On p 'hill iT'll 'IL Negroes -' ri,, p N ~ iItrlom is being jptisoreil iii inmpu-s i, th.' SMiient (cr0u, fir F-iptil Pighits S(,FH), ii iorin t ide the I ""lt of loanipis tin No. Ii1 hi ili, t moneluy (4t ttwdrl e,' SElN I isnot allo~wed tO *iillilt (11-i IfimPiS (ii itS fist for ft.din llriw ud The gztotp aso Is h ying toi git sudtit' who F iiv. pie-plaid me I (l iin'm ii, I bfo, Nov., 2 I. will biuy mciii (ir n.cdy pettoplt. I lhe I I ill wQ (hose MllssissIppL tic h.'Ip iin this drive Is leInw Ilshis Is an1 ilt.' collegiit" ii tlvit% .ifld Ities a hit if ,y\'mp~tiy' tII over lihe 'i utry fir ml hu rhakiv iti 1t for fri.,iim: united States YVt t ,untl,* i medStates Natlon.l Stident sict alien.jnd the NcrthernStulint Mo emsrnt. 'it. drive Is .,idlirs.i by ill hie mTior ii'il I ihts .rgcanlra"W4, will KeI the foiwi to take ti MIssissippI from wholesale dtt.rIb~utor, but we lol't kiiow yet Ih ht ii will I, he said. The reamstc r, muni haagreed tee ship the fto.d Iie, iriordltrg lii I p.1 Feb. 13, wi'. the fi st itermpt at thi, sort of thing. Theni itWA w .1 litee ".1St for frefldom ti,"sc.,rding to H rown. $10 A'U was i thei fioum 4, I .impiuses all cie the tuiited Stat,%. Through lii mnury. 6043 Negro ramnIlies In six MIssssppi ttwns were gkeii all their rood (icr a week. Work Is5 I buntchlstrv "'v liii iel .ilct a th Ia xpetece Is won lh tie efin' t." S ci"ii mtbctter Off Ion it. iTh, icivirttwments in t Oli )riang. Pe.l pay fir pitt if the prinitiig I mis, Ihsales finish payrng for the OIN otelo printing oind pay the ji rueed Icput the maugaiint oUt," said (,oeller. Co. ller tn k over the magaziri. f'im the iriginci staff of the (ld "Terhrilcilly," ('orlie r .said, 'ther* cc no Iegal limit atiun oilthe use of the name told Orange Peel.' I started to do some of the ads for the Old Peel Ia sI year." 9-? -tat Fresh Crisp Salad Bowl With Our Own Herbs &a so"n"ngs Mixed Or Greens WUtH Choice of French, Caesar Riviera Dressings Roquefort ATlihi nlimc Ii suilmt iiiieteulpart -I m10 Iib IN v titfen< liin401 ii erciug li IIayes K. Mn(I.IlawI lih. now reitulitiun, pac.s.d list week by the F a utt v vCnmtteeccniStldelit I inane iii Aid, sjy, thet upjI eivIslon stwkdrits who atthough 11 ry rae wi t i at t uric, ai the. ['I mity ,now hold pail-time jobs. uove r -al ayertgs of uppcr KNEE Eased ,tuofrit .,mpioymacnt. will now on.,Ist irnly iii Kr.dfr. .atrn in ppwr iivtsliir,"' Met i'lljnd ,ald. lii, cud tIiii.iuitet slated that I. iidy 2.0 A fl.r .ag each t rimnwster ,at II1 could hcild part-tinm. lobs. it riso 441(d thlet 4 .rstntmunt ichIvme a 2.0 iv. ra~. the previous trinmae'r le nvsekA employmrnt huus nI teen rhainild, how-ever, reported Miii lellnd. "The rhatgs is .break for lhe student who had tnw or ino poor acvademii trlntesrs in hi. lower division work.," h.dadd.d 75% Worsted Wool 25% Stretch Nylon (one size fOts oil). Cable Knit COLORS--Novy, Red, Camnel, Laoden, White, Oxford Gray, SChocolate, Block. $2.00 .._ Peel' E diti Requirements


'i~*~'~~*V *~** ~ '~.c,' ~ 9i*l*~fl**W~' S~ ~ ---unsrryw'. JiM~ ~ *~*'***~ ~ I~w *~ -*-~*~* *~< ~ **~ -~~*~***~* *** ~ **~ **~*-' ftThW~?~ ~ *~~'*~~*Th* ~* ~ IGators For Ready FSU Fight F' i'l',1 tI Iit jw2 a e ROAD BLOCK slows dc (Photos by Ron Shermorn of Trammel Busiest Gator in terms of minutes played and duties performed well in 1964is defensive halfback Allen Trammell, a key figure in Flortda's nationleading pass defense. Trammell met only does an outstanding job on defense, where his secondary coach Billy Kinard rates him an excellent pro prospect at halfback, but he', the team's jack-of-all-trades. Trammell holds the ball on all extra points anid field goals, leads the team in punt returns, Is second it kickoff returns, makes the tackle on virtually every Gater kickoff and punt, has recovered three fumbles and caused three more with jarring tackles. "Allen has the knack for coming up with the big play because he always hustles and Is always around the football," says Florida head defensive coach Gene Ellenson. "He's a real good athlete who is on. of the most dedicated kids I've *ver coached. Trammell's defensive statistics read like thos, of an honor student in hIs department. He made the : tackle, then rncovered the fumble | on a late punt against Mississippi Stats, setting up a game-tying fild goal with two minutes remaining at the Maroon 20. Against Mississippi. Trammell Greeks Play Yulee Dorm Deltain asofta h~ toa '"t 4 p.m. at Norman Field. T1h. Phi Gamma Delta players field. Phi Gmma Delta 40 pAl eqdi mont for Ihe sewen balMn gume ii Wing donated by t1e Inramural Depart eak. nher, will be iw Sdminion to the game, but -ontributions for fnlIar. Mnr Srhni.r. nti' a Wnl UF Gotor Allen Trammell in action against Auburn. Photo Service.) Keys Pass recovered a fumble to set up one touchdown, then broke the game open with a 82yard punt return 4.' ~Ihi4V! a ~t -a. TRAMMEL SPRINTS to .7, Defense put the Gators out front, iii the third quarter. 17-. Trammeli has returned seven punts l56 yards, an outstanding average of 22.3 per return. "Allen Is our team's version of Frank Merriwell," says Florida head coach Ray Graves. "Hie just has that uncanny ability to make the winning play. I attribute this to desire and hustle, the attitude that he's goizg tb get the job done and the eagerness whirhputs him in positIon to make big plays." Florida', pass defense,expected to be a weak department this season, has been nothing short of spectacular thus far with the opponents completing only 38 of 97 for an average of 52.0 yards per game. The Gators have already picked off 12 aerials, returning them for 147 yards and one TID. Only one TD) pass has been thrown against the combination of Trammell, Bruce Bennett, Dick Kirk and Jerry Newcomer. -~ This coupon hs good for htem on our menu. void after Nov. 26 SPECIAL: 25$ OFF All the SPAGHE TTI you can eat for only 97C STRIP STEA K, French frdes, rails, butter 97c Dance 'tit 2 a.m. in THE FORUM ROOM l'flh,' yestez 'i. SIt' iii I 4 ii h hre hll Ii bliildm L f l it lT fftf.T'er, l'dckfi'ld this we, Gator Cagers Continue Work AlIt h o u gi, Floriil basketball COlt I irm Sluan thinks his Yam is aheadl of most of Its. predecessor, it this stage, lhe Is still concernedd with many vital departments still considered problems. I can't remember a Florida tem beling this far along after only a couple of weeks of practice are still greatly concerned over flour mistakes and defense.'' Sloan is pleased with improved coffenseive rebounding efforts, noting that sophomore Gary Keller of St,, Petersburg has done a most ffectlhe job in this department. "Keller Is one of the finest sophomore offensive men I've seer in quite some time," says Sloan. "Hk and sophomore gut rd Skip Higley of Akron. Ohio have done well and will see I gi .'t deal of action this year.'' "Our defense needs improving and our passing has been careless. In tough competition, if there's two things that can beat you it's a lcmjse defense and mistakes."' The Gabir uagers open theIr st'dSOt at home tk'c. 2 against \MI and take on Stetson, Dec. to round out the first week of the 1964-65 season. Florida's starting leamn In the game Monday included veterans Dick Tomlinson, B rooks Henderson and Tomn Baxley and rookies Keller and Jeff Ramsey, An(,ther St. Petersburg product. Sloan rates the battle between Ramsey anid ]unlor Bob Hoffman as a wide-open scramble withboth boys expected to see a great deal of action. (/ 'p ft Ii p l i riijb ith Al ri.ld w'ilL te ba' k ri 'l rrhnglh with h rrIurn yt Pt. id lHirp'r, whO iiis iiissedt thiI,.I 4 Imt with Knee unpy "4111 hlis o ii' bak .tpd in irl'. lob tor us th)s w4ek Hf pI tiu "',t t fl UrIT L IH'llh t IPI s i {Iitqli riinn1( iidl oire U raves sho praiisedi thle lunmnng of ha rper who led the (Gators In rushing urti Ilie was sidelined. The~ Florid. cojebsaid he wisui' say ing how many touchdowns It woul take to wilt the game this ''The bre iks and control of the line of scrimmage will decide the gam,"sai te Gto cah Odors will fa e thIs year will be fred Biletnokoff, according to Graves. "Coach Bill Peterson at rsu has 'ailed Fred Buletnikoff the gr e ate st p a ss receiver in the nation, and a boy who should win the Heisman Trophy this year,"' said the f-lorida (garb. "I think Biletnikoff is one of the finest re 'erve rs I've seen in collegiate football and the biggest challenge our defense has faced this season,'" he said. However, the Gator roach thinks his squad Is equal to the challenge. The (jetors wilirun through light drills tcday In final preparation fir the game with the Seminole,. SPOR TSMEN'S CYCLE CENTER 617 N. Main St. Sales &.Service GET READY GET SET--COOLER WEATHER AHEAD COMMA NE Luscious Bulky Knits With Slim Pants By MISTER PANTS NORMA N DAVIDSON & HARBURT Coordi LADY nating VAN Bmou.s By HEUSEN r i e U 1K U 6

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