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Vol. 57, No. 56 University of FloridaGainesville Friday, Nov. 20, 1964 Not Come

THE DEEP SOUTH'S FINEST COLLEGE DAILY"!
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f- ::: yesterday called the UF and

1 1OF : requested that Albert, the Alligator -
:.; Is pleasing to note the Interest andy that no one would wish to do anything that -- UF's ferocious seven-

: enthusiasm being generated by the Florida might threaten the continuation of this fine foot mascot -- not make the tripto

State University-University of Florida football series. Also, It would be particularly un- \, Tallahassee tomorrow for the

:.:. game to be played this Saturday. Twos fortunate If any student's educatonal pro- SSSS 1\\ UF-FSU football game.

:: fine football teams with outstanding records gram were jeopardized by careless or impul- :: UF administrative officials said

will be worthy representatives of their In sive actions. :.:-::: they will honor the request and thatfilbert
} stitutions. Fans of each team--including It Is our hope that all of us may look backon will remain In his pen near I

students, alumni, and friends--can be expected this game with pride and admiration. :: 4ti the Century Tower here In Gainesville -

to provide enthusiastic support within this weekend.

ss the bounds of good sportsmanship.As Gordon W. Blackwell }.., Original plans laid by Student

presidents of our respective institutions President of Florida State UniversityJ. SV: Government would have put Alberton
:: we urge all supporters to conduct S the sidelines of the grudge-

:::: themselves in a manner fitting the highest Wayne Reitz ti: 1)e battle grid gam* tomorrow 1.0FSU's
standards of Intercollegiate rivalry.We knowBoard President of the University of Florida :.-:
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A fraternity had promised to take

him over In a specially built cage.
UF Pres. J. Wayne Hells said
Editor Choice yesterday he did not know If the

move would heighten or lessen
friction between the two student

bodies at the game.
For 2 WeeksSelection
"Their (FSU administration)

feelings seems ot be that It will
of an editor for The lessen the chances of anything hap

Alligator was postponed two weeks FSU GAME pening," Belts said. "And we here \
yesterday by the Board of Student fully support their stand.

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candidates and debated the 2,000 Can See TapeTwothousand we are quests going, over
question for an hour. there," he continued. .They

Board chairman John Webb, assistant have made a request of us and

professor of Journalism students will be vision-equipped rooms In Normanand Students with Identificationcards we shall honor it."

answered, "No comment," to a able to view the closed-circuit McCarty Hall.s students' wives and faculty The spotlight was first focusedon

request for an explanation for telecast of the UF-FSU football WUFT, led by Richard Dowllng, will be permitted to view the the slowmovlng reptile last wek- \

the delay. game Saturday, 7 p.m., in Norman is In charge of the entire opera- telecast. Regular classroom rules and when unknown culprits attempted
Current Managing Editor Joel Hall Auditorium and in all tele- tion. must be observed.The to favor-tup him. .
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dates who applied and who were because of the Interest In
students Indicated from
Interviewed at length by the board i Is It Worth It Men? i the game and the unavailability of a group

in the closed meeting.In tickets. Attempts to try live coverage Several Leon County (TaJhas/Me| )

other action, the board 1 failed because of NCAA cars were seen la the area of
.
For the first time, Florida State will be our hosts for the c ,If
elected Miss Eunice Tall, 2UC, : rules and prohibitive operationcosts. the alligator's pen late Friday .
: annual UF-FSU football game scheduled tomorrow afternoon -
as an editorial assistant for The and Saturday night.
::: in Tallahassee. :

Seminole the school ,for year.the remainder of ::: For the first time UF students..some several thousand II::: Norman Hall auditorium and if if ,

The board is composed of three :::: strong--will go "visiting" to our sister school. rooms 2 and 44 in McCarty Hall

faculty members two students and f:: As we see It, the day could go two ways. ::: will be opened first. Albert Says H<;H .'

a faculty chairman, plus for the :: One, students from the two schools could get involved In :::! *
of the election Student :;:: a post-game (or pre-game for that matter) tussle. This :::: Then rooms 0, 37, 42, 12J, 133,
Body purposes President Ken Kennedy and ::' would blacken the reputation of UF and serve to strengthen ;::: 148 204, 210, 254, 303, and 343 Listen To fan+i ioN

Honor Court Chancellor GerryRichman. :::: the reputation of Immaturity FSU has gotten with its goal :::: will be opened in McCarty Hall.

:: post-stealing, alligator-snatching antics of the last few years. :::: Radio (Sllff)
:;:; The reputation of the UF as the "big brother" school to :;;: If necessary, rooms 43, 133, ,
Webb said legal requirements f.:: FSU can be severly damaged if any of our students engage ;::: 140 201 222, 229, 228, 232, and
would still allow time for a new ;::; in unwise antics tomorrow. ::;: 238 will be opened In Nor man Hall. Albert the Alligator shrugged'
be selected and said be
to
managing editor his scales yesterday
::: The other way tomorrow can go is a bit nicer to talk about. :::: Florida Players have relinquished -
this trimester If Gaston won the would listen to the game on the
;::: It involves FSU acting like "little sister" and the UF as a :::: Norman Hall auditorium he
editorship.The radio after receiving news
:;:; truely "big brother." ::::
to students who wish to view the
winner will replace current couldn't make the trip to the U F.
: This side of the coin makes UF look good, which Is what :;;
editor Walker Lundy, who grad tape. FSU football game.
: = we all want, whether It be on or oft the gridiron. :;
uates next month. "It's OK. I'll listen to It oo the
:.:: Rumors have filtered over to us from Tallahassee through :;:: Game films will be shown on .
Litz has formerly been assis- radio and then catch It again on ""y
various channels that say the following: ;: statewide television on Sunday.
tant production lab manager, editorial the delayed TV tonight," he said
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---that the FSU students, unhappy at the seating allotment, :
assistant, sports editor In- brushing a crocldile tear trout bit
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plan a mob rush on the gates jut prior to game time, pushing i t
tramurals editor, and sportswriter
and shoving to get in the eye."After
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for The Alligator. : all I know when I'm net
f:: ---that the word among FSU Greeks to "wear old clothesahd ::; Glum Gator
Gaston was Tigert Hall Beat wanted," lw, said.
::: bring some eggs." ::f:
Chief last spring and has workedfor :: Albert urged UF student"to be-
::: ---that administration officials from both schools are ::
the Pensacola News-Journal. ::: prepared for any eventuality and that any students Involved ; Not Going have like gentle men tomorrow even
Recently a story be wrote while If FSU student totter you."
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:f and treated perhaps in somewhat of an ungentlemanly manner.
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rf.; are there and It is up to you, as a member of the more mature told a group of students
::r: student body, to act accordingly. gathered a ro-a d hi* eat that

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NJOGmU get carried away with emotion, could decidedly effect U yea do anything vfoat

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the reputation of our school. ,:, Then Albert a-.e4 befit fate
requests for bloc seating please, we urge you tomorrow to stop and ask i the swfcey depths of hU aa&
must be In by 1 p.m. 1f i pen ,wttn Us radio w plug to

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requested that Albert the Alligator -
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-- ferocious seven-
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foot mascot -- not make the tripto
:: State University-University of Florida football series. Also, it would be particularly un- |g 1 1S 1s Tallahassee tomorrow tor the

g:: game to be played this Saturday. Two fortunate If any student's educatonal program j UF-FSU football game.

:: fine football teams with outstanding records were Jeopardized by careless or impulsive jg UF administrative officials said

*: will be worthy representatives of their In- actions.It V S they will honor the request and that

Z' stitutions. Fans of each team--including is our hope that all of us may look ,back Son Albert will remain in his pen near

students, alumni, and friends--can be expected this game with pride and admiration. g S the Century Tower here In Gainesville -

to provide enthusiastic support within this weekend.

the bounds of good sportsmanship. Gordon W. Blackwell Original plans laid by Student

:{=: As presidents of our respective institutions President of Florida State University ti tiJ Government would have put Alberton

:: we urge all supporters to conduct the sidelines of the grudge-

;I':::. themselves in a manner fitting the highest Wayne Reitz battle grid game tomorrow in

t..u...standards.of Intercollegiate. rivalry.We.know. ...._President of.the University of Florida......um"u S FSU's Coat Campbell Stadium.
':':':-o::::::::::::::&y&Board ::::::: :::::::::::::O:;:;:;:;:;:
The reptile was to make the trip ..
over tonight and return late ,.

tomorrow after the gam 3.
Delays
A fraternity had promised to take

him over in a specially built cage.

UF Pres. J. Wayne Belts said
Editor Choice
yesterday he did not know if the

move would heighten or lessen

friction between the two student

WeeksSelection bodies at the game.
For 2 y
"Their (FSU administration

feelings seems ot be that it will
of an editor for The lessen the chances of
anything happening
Alligator was postponed two weeks OF FSU GAME ," Belts said. "And we here

yesterday by the Board of Student fully support their stand. ;

Publications after it Interviewedtwo "They are the boats tomorrowand I

candidates and debated the 2,000 Can See Tape we are quests golng> over

question for an hour. there," be continued. -"They

Board chairman John Webb, assistant have made a request of us and

professor of Journalism, Two-thousand students will be vision-equipped rooms In Norman Students with Identification we shall honor it."

answered, "No comment," to a able to view the closed-circuit and McCarty HalLs cards, students' wives and faculty The spotlight was first focused

request for an explanation for telecast of the UF-FSU football WUFT, led by Richard Dowllng, will be permitted to view the on the slowmovlng reptile last wek-

the delay. game Saturday, 7 p.m., in Norman Is in charge of the entire opera- telecast Regular classroom rules tnd when unknown culprits attempted -

Current Managing Editor Joel Hall Auditorium and in all tele- tion.x.x.xvxvx.x.x.xv. must be observed. to gay or-tup him.

Gaston and Circulation Manager Evident, an edltrolal in the
:: : EDITORIAL .:.vvmwwtmm::: : : : : : ::::::::: ::::::::.::::: The video-tape telecast was arranged -
Ernie Litz were the two candidates .': :':::::::::::::: :::::;:: :::: AN I :: :: : r i Alligator and several other UF
who applied and who were ::: because of the Interest In

interviewed at length by the boardIn 1:1: Is It Worth It Men? I IFor the game and the unavailability of students indicated a group from t

the closed meeting. :: tickets. Attempts to try live coverage : Several Leon County (TaJlhas/we)

In other action, the board :: failed because of NCAA cars were seen in the of
the first time Florida State will be our hosts for the i area
: ,
elected Miss Eunice Tall, 2UC, : rules and prohibitive operation the alligator's late Friday
annual UF-FSU football scheduled tomorrow afternoonin ptn
:: game r
as an editorial assistant for The :: costs. and Saturday night.
Seminole for the remainder of :::: Tallahassee.For .
the school'year. :::: the first time, UF students-.some several thousand :: Norman Hall auditorium and *

The board is composed of three :::: strong-.will go "visiting" to our sister school.As I' rooms 2 and 44 in McCarty Hall

faculty members, {two students and ::::: we see it, the day could go two ways. : will be opened first. Albert Says He'll
::: One, students from the two schools could get Involved in ::::
a faculty chairman, plus for the
purposes of the election, Student ::f a post-game (or pre-game for that matter) tussle. This :;:: Then rooms 6, :37, 42, 121, 133,

Body President Ken Kennedy and ;1?: would blacken the reputation of UF and serve to strengthen ::f: 148, 204, 210, 254, :305, and 343 Listen To Game

Honor Court Chancellor GerryRlchman. ;:;:: the reputation of immaturity FSU has gotten with its goal :::: will be opened in McCarty Hall.

::i post-stealing, alligator-snatching antics of the last few years. :::: ON Radio (Sniff)
The reputation of the UF as the "big brother" school to :: U necessary, rooms 43, 138,
Webb said legal requirements :;;; FSU can be severly damaged if any of our students engage ;:;: 140, 201, 222, 220, 228, 232, and
would still allow time for a new : 's in unwise antics tomorrow. :::: 238 will be opened Norman Hall. Albert the Alligator shruggedhis
managing editor to be selected :::; raid he
scales and
The other way tomorrow can go Is a bit nicer to talk about. : Florida Players have relinquished yesterday
this trimester if Gaston won the :;:: the
would listen to the on
It Involves FSU acting like "little sister" and the UF as a r Norman Hall auditoriumto game
editorship.The ::;: sews ncouldn't
radio after receiving
: truely "big brother. ;: students who wish to view the
winner will replace current : to Uw ur-
{: This side of the coin makes UF look good, which is what:?J; make the trip
editor WalkerLundy, who grad : tape.
FSU football
we all want, whether It be on or off the gridiron ;; game.
uates next month. : "It's to II on the
Rumors have filtered over to us from Tallahassee through :::: Game films will be shown on OK. I'll listen
Lltz has formerly been assistant :::: Y radio and then catch It again on
various channels that the
say following: statewide television on Sunday.
production lab manager, editorial ; tonight." he said,
the TV
---that the FSU students the allotment delayed
unhappy seating ,
editor in- :: ,.. tear from his
assistant, sports ; brushing a crocWll
plan a mob rush on the gates Jukt prior to gametlme, pushing 5 -
and ::
tramurals editor, sportswriter ;
.
and shoving to get in the game, :.: eye.
,
.::: when I'm not
for The Alligator. "After all I know
r'':, ---that the word among FSU Greeks to "wear old clothes Glum Gator
Hall Beat :
Gaston was TIgert wanted he said.
,
: abd bring some eggs. =*
Chief last spring and has worked ;s Albert urged fUF students"U behave -
,: that administration officials from both schools are
for the Pensacola News-Journal. ::: like gentlemen tomorrow even
Not Going
prepared for any eventuality and that any students Involved t
wrote while .; bother you.
Recently a story be :: will suffer. U FSU student
working for the News-Journal,was : : TJ* likable reptile said his
We don't claim the rumors to be true, nor false. ::
chosen as one of two stories to :: biggest worry was that UF students
What we do say and Is this t
represent the UF School of Journalism f,: urge : might get cavolved la a fracas at
In the William Randolph : You UF students may expect to be taunted by your hosts 'r: the cam and be didn't want that
:} and treated perhaps somewhat of an ungentlemanly manner. ;::
Hearst Writing Contest. : "et all."
: We ask you to remember that you represent UF while you }n. .p lie told a group of students

:: are there and it Is up to you, as a member of the more mature gathered around his cage that

student body, to act accordingly. "you'll Just be hurting the UF and

Miami Bloc Remember that results of what you do tomorrow, if you let r r yourself U you do anything wrong

yourself get carried away with emotion, could decidedly effect tomorrow.Please don't."

Seating DueAll s your future as a student here ad could damage not to a small : Then Albert slipped back Into
degree the reputation of our school. ::
of his small
requests for bloc seat- the morkey depth I
I. Please, please, we urge you tomorrow to stop and uk :i / < with his radio ear plug to
ing must be In by 1 p.m. ,.M pen
yourself ::
for the Florida-Miami ; await the 2 p.m. kick-off time
today Is what I am about to do worth it?
game at Room 105 Stadium. tomorrow. !
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I ;'rlk/&;:Reitz: ,;Play 'Waiting :Game9; Wiih.wAlip.uSororit J; wll|:

;- :;:;
}: UF President J. Wayne inexperience in the serving 11:
Reitz and Dean of Student profession cost him a pair of ::::
it Affairs Lester L.Hale are now pants. While leaning over to ::::
1 experienced bus boys. Dean pick up dishes from a table, 1:j
Hale has a whipped cream he brushed against a serving ::::
itJl 1 stain on the seat of his pantsto cart loaded with desserts. ::::
: prove it. When he stood up, whipped ::::
: Drs. Reitz and Hale served cream lined the seat of his ::::
: food to the girls of Alpha. pants. ::::
:::: n Delta Pi sorority Wednesday He reached back to brush ::::
i night. They were filling their himself off but only complicated :::;
.... promises to serve as bus boys matters by smearing the 1::
..
........ for the sorority collecting the dessert topping. Only a quick :::;
.;.'' most money in the Dollarsfor dishrag in the hands of one of ::::
\ Scholars drive.Alpha Del the regular bus boys saved 1:1::
ta Pi, with $604 was the win- him.When ::::
v. d someone mentioned ::::
Y
:..:.. r l ner.After donning white bus boy the dirty dishes after dinner, 1::
::.::. jackets, the two university officials Dean Hale commented, "I ex- ::::
.. began carrying food out pect I should go back In the ::::
...... to the tables. Dean Hale kitchen and finish the job." ::::
...... stacked four dishes of saladon But Dr. Reitz insisted,"We ::::
<::< his arm while Dr. Reitz can't wash dishes. We're ::::
:.:.:.:. carefully carried his platesone unionized only for serving." ::::
:::: at a time. As they left, Drs. Reitz ::::
1 Dr. Reitz sat down to eat and Hale said they would not ::::
.:.: '1 i after a few minutes but Dean forget serving for the girls. ::::
:$ tvnHBHHQS'tm? Hal- Hale insisted upon "doing a "We'll never feel right eating ::::
I | ALPHA DELTA PI member Kitty Comer (left) is serveusboy Dean Lester complete Job." here just as guests," they :a:

8;:;: as her sorority sister Mary Miller is attended by busboy Dr. J. Wayne Reitz.Orange During dessert,Dean Hale's said.8S&. 11:
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Peel 'Arts Need Boost' Broward Hall


Turns SolventSales Dance TonightA
TOVA LEVINE and has strongly supported the committee. Reitz
Editorial Assistant appointed the ad hoc committee at the end of the
from the first edition of summer. dance In the Broward Hall
this year's New Orange Peel The committee Intends to study the conditions of the recretalon room tonight with the
brought in about a $200 profit, UP creative and performing arts program needs facilities lor the arts on campus. Building proposalswill "Hustlers" will wind up a series of
according to editor Don Federman, strengthening, improvement and more emphasis.That also be included in a later report. six dances sponsored this year by
is the contention of L. Russell Jordan, head Integration of the various types of arts groups on student government in cooperationwith
4AS."This
is a substantial Increase of the Committee to Study Creative and PerformingArts. campus will be considered, Jordan stated. At the dormitory councils.
in Peel ,funds--considering last present time, performing and creative arts are spread For these dances over $900 has
year's Peel was In the hole $200 The group, which began in August, is working on throughout UF in the College of Architecture and Fine been provided from student acti-
per issue," Federman said. a "survey of the needs of the university community"in Arts, College of Physical Education(dancing),depart- vity fees for the bands, said Andrew -
Federman attributed the profitsto the arts. A study is presently underway to deter- ments of English (creative writing), speech, art and R. Haslett Jr., secretary of
the. "exceptionally good con- mine what the fields of performing and creative arts music. student activities. Refreshmentsare
tract,': the reduced size of the incorporate, what has been accomplished in the past, The committee will also study various campus supplied by the dorm councils.
magazine, the elimination of the where UF stands at present, and what will be done In groups such as Florida Players, Orchesis, Choir Dorms, especially women's
three-page fold-out, cutting down the future, according to Jordan. and Glee Clubs. dorms, usually cannot afford to
of staff help on the pasteupof The group got underway when discussion of the problems Outside sources of performing arts -- such as hire bands on their own, said
the Peel and a substantial num- of arts on campus led to formation of the group. Lyceum council -- will also be taken Into consideration Haslett.He .
ber of ads. "UF is looked up to for leadership in the stateas Jordan said. said dorm councils had requested -
"The next Peel will Include three an outstanding school of higher education. For us "We can't conduct this study unless the groups help In the past in hiring
photo satires, two feature girls to keep up this reputation, a well-rounded programIs brought to campus are included, as these influenceand bands.
and 'secret' feature which every needed," Jordan said. are a part of the whole program," Jordan said. Attendance has usually been 500-
college humor magazine will be The committee plans to look into the programs of Another possibility to look into,according to Jordan 600, said Haslett, although about
borrowing once It comes out," performing and creative arts on campus--both academic Is the initiation of a resident artist program. This 2000 attended a Broward Hall dance
Federman claimed. and public-type presentations -- and to work on would mean a visiting artist would spend one yearat given earlier in the trimester.
"Humor and women' will com- a report for presentation to UF Pres. J. Wayne UF, teaching In the department of his competence, Haslett's undersecretary,Fred-
prise 80 per cent of the magazine Reitz. The report should be ready by spring of 1965, giving performances,lecturing and counseling students erick M. Hedstrom Jr., who
," Federman said. Jordan said. who decide or desire to pursue one of the performingor planned the dances, said about$150
Next Peel is due Dec ?. According to Jordan, Dr. Reitz seemed interested creative arts. was used at each for band music.
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In Women's Dorms ;,:'X'sss: :.'

I Brazilian Club Nose-Bowl I Game ':::::::
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I The Br &utan- Portuguese The Tau Epsilon Phi pledges:::: :,

"We have had to turn away many the UF housing department. next trimester, or for off-campus : i Club will meet tonight at 7:15 host the pledges of Pi Lambda ': : :
girls for the winter trimester already There is still room in the men's men who wish to move on campus. : : at the home of Dr. Alfred Phi in the annual Nose-Bowl :::::::
," said Mrs. Alice R. Mor- dorms for new students wishing to But unless a girl applied by the g Hower, 406 NW 14th St. All Flag Football Game, Satur- :::::::

gan, administrative assistant of attend the University of Florida latter part of October, said Mrs. I:: speakers of Portuguese are day at 1 p.m. on P.K. Yonge .::..::
:$ Invited. Field. :tia:
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Morgan, she can't get in the dorms.
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According to Assistant : : JFK Memorial Service ti:::::
Johnny Carson To Registrar Thomas A. Graham Jr.,
1||1 Cancelled : : ::
UF-FSU Bus
the university is growing at the ... A memorial service, in ::::::::
rate of 27.5% per year. In 1960 :::::: honor of late President John ::::::::
:::ji
| The Bus to the UF-FSU
the university had 13,100 students. ::: F. Kennedy, will be conducted ,::::::1:
Pick Miss SeminoleAn / This year it has 15,701. $::::::: game tomorrow has been by the Hlllel Foundation, Friday ':::::
:!:: cancelled. who has not
:jj;:: Anyone
Of these, 10,964 are men;4,737, :: 7 I 30 p.m. Walter A. ,:::::::
jiji::: been contacted in reference
females. Themale ; :
population of Rosenbaum, assistant pro:1:1::
::X:::: to the cancellation should call
ex-pigeon reporter Is goingto The Miss Seminole contest is the university is growing at the |: : lessor of political science, ::1:::
$: Cal A. Rechelle at FR 2-9353.
select the cutest chick on cam- being revived by editor Joe Coudon, rate of 18.3% per year, the female will be guest speaker. A Sab- ::::::
4JM, 'after several years of no population at 55.6%. ::1: bath reception will follow the ;:::;:::
pus.Johnny Carson, National Broad- Seminole girl. The lucky coed This growth rate, Mrs. Morgan $:::!:; Med Center Films service. ::1:1:1::

casting Co. personality, is goingto said, is one of the reasons for the :::: ::::
select the most photogenic coed over-crowding of the dormitories, ::1:::m: The films for this weekend Film: Glenn's Flight ::1:1:
::::::; at the Med.Center Auditorium .......
on as MIssSemlnole.Carson expeclally the women's halls.In .
campus -
will .Judge the beauty entrants the next two or three years ::::::::::$: are "Waltz of the Toreadors," The movie "Friendship 7" ,:i::;:
from photographs submitted by new dorms for both men and women :::|:::|:::|:::| Thursday and Friday and"The will be shown in the Medical :;;;:::
various sponsoring organizationson will be built, she added. :?:$:i::: Ugly Amerlcan"Saturdayand Center auditorium Nov. 23 i:::;::
campus. Mrs. Morgan stressed the fact ::|::|::|i; Sunday. The films start at at 8:13 p.m. Admission is '::;::::

The 36-year old"Tonight Show', that upper classmen transferingfrom :::::::::: 8:15: p.m. and admission Is 50 cents and the public is In- :::::
::::::::::: 30 cents. vited. :::::::
emcee-host earned the title Ne- other schools are not given
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braska pigeon reporter when he priority over incoming freshmen. :$$ Freshman Council Liberal I ::::::
::::::::: Forum '
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faked interviews with pigeons to "We allot so many spaces to .... m::::
see how they liked the antipigeondrive freshmen, that Is the students who :ii|:::|:::|:::| The Freshmen Council will Irving Goffman of the economics ::::::
being conducted in Omaha.He have never attended the university ::::::::::::; hold a steering committee department will talk :::::;::

has since risen to national before. They are given, of course, ::i-:;:::::::' meeting Sunday at 8 p.m. in on "The Economic Justification ::::::
television fame. on a first come, first serve basis. ;;:;;;;::; Room 218 of the Florida Union. of Welfare statism" at ::::::
"The rest of the rooms for UPPerclassmen ; 1 the Johnson Lounge In Florida ::::::
||: Phi Delta Phi
ClASSifiE"DS Including all returning Union this Sunday at 7:30p.m. L.::::.,
gAT0P, students, transfer students, am ,|:;:::1|: Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity Students and faculty are ::::::
students who have dropped out of ::::::::::' elected the following Invited. Refreshments will be :::::;:
gET 1Z SuLTS school for some reason and wishto ::$::::::: officers at the meeting Nov. served. I 1:

.", return, are again given out on :$:::::$:: 18: Brian Ellis, Mac.ster) ; Sid
a first come,first serve basis also. ;::;:::$::;:: Stubbs, exchecquer; Bab Newman ClubThe m::1:::1

"Of course," she added,"returning :::::;:::::: Manly, clerk; and Tom Dunn Newman Club will hold i:::
students with contracts ::::::::::: historian. a Requlm Mass In Memoriam ::: :
have priority over all others." :::::::t!
who is chosen will be featured on for the late President JohnF. :t
two color pages in the 1965 year Many students, however, break ::::::::::is:: Broward Dance Kennedy tonight at 3:13 ::::::
book. their contracts giving new studentsa :::::::: p.m. at the St. Augustine Cha- IIi::::::::
Any organization may submit en- chance to getln the dorms at :::::::::::: Student Government will pel, 1733 W.Univ.Ave.Every- ::::::::

tries. The requirements are that the last minute, she continued.The :::::::::::: sponsor a Broward-Murphree one Li invited. :::*.::.;:::
she be a full-time UF student and number of dropouts can be ::::::;::::: War Dance tonight from 8- ...*.
have a 2.0 overall average. seen in the difference between first .fiji12:::::: p.m. in the Broward Recreation Pre-Law BanquetThe 1r 1

Deadline Is Nov. 27.TV and second trimester enrollments. i:::::::::::;: Room. Admission is Pre-Law society Is :::<:"

.. Graham said the enrollment for :m.:;: :: free and "The Hustlers" will holding a banquet tonight at I,:;::
1. second trimester Is always :*::::::: furnish the music. Dress is 6:30 at the Primrose Inn, on ::;:;:::1
smaller than that of the first. ;:::::::::: casual and refreshments will W. Univ Ave. The speaker r::::;:

In 1960 the enrollment second ::.:::;::.:::..:;.:: be served. Is the II on. Tyree Boyd, :::::':.

semester was 1,696 below the first : 1 federal district judge from :::::: i
HIflRADIOS semester number. This 12.4 per .M Sailing Regatta Jacksonville. ::::J I'
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cent drop In enrollment is typicalfor :::: Pictures for the Semlnolewill ::::;:::
:|:::i:|:: The Gator Sailing Club will
any given year, said Graham. :;' '
be taken. Reservations
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Many of these students live off :
should be f
made by calling ? :
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HOME & AUTOPHONOGRAPHS are campus available, however to incoming, and few students.rooms f:::::ijj::::r::| Other schools attending will Larry Groover, FR 2-1646. .r...:.:;.:
$::::$r: be Florida Presbyterian ColS :
Slaughter Listening jji 111M c
YAMAHA 11MWMotorcycles f::::::| l.gt, St. Pete. Jr. College, ..
$::::::::: St. Johns River Jr. College, A "Never FSU, Never" ,\:f
:i:#::::|: and Miami Dade Jr. College. slaughter listening party will f;::11,.
COLLEGE RADIO SHOP For The Discriminating :i::;:::|:: All members of the sailing be held Saturday beginning at i:::, :
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1 Get The TurThanksgiving Ready Mom !




..........m...... THE WEEKEND begins Jim Talcott and Jay
early for UF students vens as they

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(from left) Bill Hixon,
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,::;;:;:: It's that time of year again! '
:::::;::: The time when girls get ten pounds fatter. '1p
::::;::: The time when students sleep, and sleep, and sleep, and sleep,
::::::::: and sleep. . ..
;:;:;:;: The time when a student gets to start the term paper he should
;::::::: have started two months ago.
I ;:::;::: The time when students are shocked to see how much the family
;:;;:::: has grown since September.
;:::::;: The time when your ulcer begins to relax and enjoy Itself.
;::::::: The time when you have to take a bottle of magnesia for eating
::;::;::. too much turkey and pecan pie. :
I1i; i: The time when you lie awake at night In a "strange" bed and t
:::;:::; are worried because you have nothing to worry about. ;
:;;;::;; The time when you go home and find Rover lying in a fetal -
:::::::: position on your pillow.
::;::::: The time when you are FREE to watch a funny little squawkbox
:::::;:: that has people walking around inside, popularly known as aT.V. 1it
::;:;::; 'T
:::::::: set.The time when you wish you had the strength and fortitude UF'M
:::;:::: to study the textbooks you've had all trimester. .
:.:.:.;.;.:.:.:. The time when you get bored after two or three days of doing
:::::::: nothing.
:::::::: The time when you can't believe you finally made it back home-
:;:;;:;: within the same year. .' ,4
:::;:;:: The time when you live in fear that Dad might ask over the / t p
I :::;:::: dinner table "How are the grades, son?" ), t:
Ii ::::::;: The time when your mother packs up all those hot and heavy r,:" .. I.
J :1?;;1 sweaters to bring back for 85 degree weather at school. :f
:::::::: The time when you don't have to worry about waking up in ;:; itw
i fiiif the mornings in a panic that you slept through your first period .
:::::::: class and missed the mid-term.
r ::;:;;:: The time when you can STOP long enough to realize, J."L :
::;::::: particularly on this national holiday: how much you have to be :" : : Is ..
:::::: thankful for. : :
:::::::: Need anymore be said? I" : .; : .

J.!.!i.1.! It's Thanksgiving, 1964. -i. rI(- -,

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do foreign students Student Union sponsors an be observing their first
spend Thanksgiving? Well, annual retreat, this year to Thanksgiving next week at
1'I there's plenty to choose fromin Silver Springs. The retreat home in Flavet III. Shah is
Gainesville. lasts three days without president of the India Club.
"Our purpose is to pro- charge for room or meals. Pete Rob, a graduate
vide hospitality and any othe The Presbyterian Church has assistant in geography has
1 services we can," said offered to take to
foreign lived here since he came
\4 4wL Chester Yates, chairman of students into members'homes America from the Nether-
Gainesville's Council for for Thanksgiving dinner. lands in 1959. Rob and his
International Friendship.Mrs. For those who have the wife will be observing
t wanderlust, and want to see Thanksgiving here because
Fletcher Baldwin, something of Florida, the "since I'll become a citizen
hospitality chairman of the council is planning a one-day Dec. 7, I might as well start
council, estimated that tour to a point of interest. now!"
between 200 and 250 students Glenn A. Farris, Foreign
would be participating In the Student
Advisor
this said that Joann Tang,a 2od-semester
program year.
1 approximately half of some girl
For sophomore, Is a Chinese
example Dr. and Mrs. 600 foreign
students
remain native to Panama. She said
Konishi and their two
here
young In Gainesville
for the bad
that she has always
children will be the all-day holiday.
+w d guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nandkumar Shah Thanksgiving, but since shecan't
graduate make the long trip home,
Clifford Boyd, who also have student from
India, won a she plans to stay right beret
SOME STUDENTS, like Nick Van Vanno, will be two Churches children.of Gainesville get ter's turkey In the Medical Cen- Joann will be spending the

"! "talking turkey" with the books Instead of going home into the act too. The Baptist week. United He and Fund his family drive this will holiday with Farida Jamal
a student from Burma.
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May Drive Autos

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The Administration Traffic and a 3.0 average may drive a pro-
Safety Committee explained the perly registered car on campus if
circumstances under which 2UC he has more than 28 hours.
students may drive cars on campus Bill Barker, secretary of Traffic
yesterday.The and Safety Committee, said .4
regulation, which has been that many students have been fined
subject to much misunderstanding for Illegal operation of a car on
States that 2UC students with campus in their sophomore year.


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Y FLORIDA UNION delegation attending regional convention of Assn. of College

Unions, at FSU last weekend, consisted of (standing, left to right) Mike Hannan,

iiiI1 Joe Marinelli, Greg Seitz, Bill Hoppe, Bill Bradshaw and Don Albury. Seated,

Sandra Scales (FU Board president), Mrs. Karen Hendrickson (assistant program director -

iIj ), Nancy Weinberg and Jane Kimbrell. Hoppe, past regional president, pre-

sided over meet. Group hopes 1966 convention will be held in new union here.

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Especially. On Friday

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Some people have nil the Robert Holtznun, 2UC, of to be one of those born with
luck. Miami Beach,however,seems Lady Luck against him.
Three times lloltzman has
spent Friday the 13th In the
Tribute
to JFK hospital.The .
I love a man in Van Heusen "417"! first time, accordingto
lloltzman, was last year on
At Choral ProgramThe Sept. 13 when his motor
This fall I've fallen for the "VTaper"fit scooter flipped -. costing him
that accents his slim and limber good seven stlches In the back of
annual year-end program by the combined choral units on the his head, a hairline fracture
looks. Van Heusen did it! Their
UF campus will open with a hearty welcome to the Christmas season and a vacation In J. Illllls
authentic traditional styling, softly rolled and end with a tribute to the late Jphn F. Kennedy, Tuesday at 8:15 Miller Health Center. i
button-downs and trim Snap-Tabs make p.m. In University Auditorium. The second time last March
his the face I can't forget The new- Dr. Elwood Keister and Guy V. Webb of the University's Departmentof :: 13, lloltzman again was In a
Music will conduct the University Choir and men's and women's
season patterns, fabrics and colors are motor scooter accident. This
enhanced his smile! glee clubs. time his left leg was Injured
only by The men's and Shout followed
glee club will sing "Cry Out by a with the ligament and
$5.00 performance of the "Album for Male Voices" by Norwegian composer muscles "torn up" -. and he
Edvard Grieg. paid another visit to the Health
The lively traditional, "Twelve Days of Christmas," will be sung Center.
by the University choir and the women's glee club will perform the
VAN HEUSEN'dr "Cermony of Carols," a well-known work written In Middle English.The Last week lloltzman,
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choral units will combine to sing the works of Theron Kirk, deemed "accident prone" by
Alfred Burt and Katherine K. Davis before the finale, "Heritage of friends, was playing an Innocuous -
V-Taper-for the lean trim look.A Freedom," a memorial to the death of President Kennedy. The combined game of football In
voices will sing the concluding portion of the cantata, written In 1961 the yard with some fraternity
by Russel Danburg, associate professor of music at the University.The brothers. The ball was sent
text of the cantata was taken from President Kennedy's Inaugural high and lloltzman, In an attempt -
Address. to catch It, crashed
Marshall Thomas, a graduate student from Illa'eah% Is featured "smack Into a Volkswagen"
soloist. parked near the curb.So,again
Accompanist for the University choir Is Lee Otto, a senior from lloltzman wound up In the hospital -
Brandon; men's glee club accompanist Is Pat Mitchell,sophomore from I on Friday the 13th -.
Gainesville. Lynn Arlzzl, a Gainesville graduate student, will accompany this time with a fractured
w the women's glee club. tibia (broken leg).
lloltzman, despite the, odds
against him, still claims not
Iti'e.Fieb. to be superstitious. i

"Thirteen even used to be 4
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: my lucky number," Holtzman

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THE REAL THINGHEUSEN' on next Friday the 13th, I
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Everyone Is up In arms about the raw deal they're getting '" ,.
from the "dirty rats" at Florida State University with respectto
getting tickets to Saturday's game.
Maybe It was time that the UF students woke up to the fact
that this Is S.O.P. (Standard Operating Procedure) for students
of visiting schools. It's the way FSU students have been treatedIn
Gainesville and it Is the way Florida students will be treatedIn

Tallahassee.The .
Inability of UF students to get tickets to away games Is
the price of greatness. There was a time when the UF could playan "
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away game and guarantee thousands of empty seats for peopleto
do anything they wished.
The Gators this year are somewhat of a desirable quantity.
Three road games are sellouts. The Alabama game was played
before a full house, the Florida State and Louisiana State games THINKING OUT LOUD
have been sold out since early October.
Students must realize that the UF's ticket situation is far

mpre liberal than at other schools. Here the student Is given a Sundav- A Year Since It Haonened
week to decide whetherornottogoto the game. They get reserved ., .& &
seats and can arrive as late as they wish.
Florida State students will be admitted by Identification cardson
JIM MOORHEAD boyish charm than this second son of a truly
a first come-first seated basis. All others will be out In the extraordinary family?
cold. This means that students wilt be spending late Friday and
Sunday marks a year since he was murdered.A Perhaps most importantly, we could Identify
early Saturday waiting to be fir in line when the gates open
with him in
individual
our roles
is as citizens.
year a long time and a death---
Saturday afternoon. particularly of someone outside the For all his uncommon traits, we knew he was
Florida students have a reasonable amount of date tickets family---usually has all but diminished in its very human and, therefore, we knew how very
available and dates can be arranged less than a week before a sadness by that time. The ache comes only with difficult it was for him to be in the driver's
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I game without too much fear of not getting a ticket. FSU students conscious remembrance.But seat---trying to keep the world out of war,
I were issued 750 date tickets at $5 each and dates were a rather this death, for many of us, isn't reducedto the national economy going, the countless
I uncertain business. those proportions and probably never will be. political factions reconciled. .and trying to
r This will probably be a lesson to some, but many will forget Too much,of too great significance, Is missed--- be a good husband and father at the same time.
by next September. There will be other games on the road, dally and with constant reminders.No There were many who considered his
Northwestern, Mississippi, Auburn and Miami. U the Gators one will ever be able W fV I ID governmental philosophy sheer anathema, but
continue to play good football, the demand will be the same and to single out a one great there were few who didn't like him personally.One .
the visiting students will probably continue to get a raw deal. and endearing quality for relative of mine, who uncompromisinglyhated

The big problem is that FSU's stadium Is too small for this the man. He had too many. a the New Frontier brand of politics, was
game, but Is really too large for the other contests. It would be But perhaps one of the I always hard-pressed to find an opening for
great If everyone had an 80,000 seat stadium so everyone who greatest was that we could personal distaste. "I can't stand the way that
went to the game could get good seats and everyone who wanted to all Identify with him so A man cuts his hair,"he once gropingly remarked.
see the game could, but It Just isn't so. Therefore the only thing readily.No Now the haircut and the broad smile and the
left to do Is learn the tricks of the trade. older woman could "vigah" are gone---and a little something Inside
(1) Duy your tickets early and buy extras if you think you'll but wish her son were more 4 each of us is gone, too. A part America
need them. It's useless to be penny-wise and pound-foolish. like him. No older man was snuffed out, and we Americans feel it
(2) U you're thinking of getting a date from the home school could help but see part of MOORHEAD deeply because we are Americans and it was
have him or her check the ticket system early. Some schools himself, years before. Men his age could part of our vitals.
j require tickets and date tickets for the entire season to be quicken to the way he handled a tiller, swunga Most of us are too young to remember Dec.
picked up in September. #4 Iron, tossed a football---or perhaps feel 7, 1941, and the cold fear and anxiety that day
(3) Don't wait until the last minute to make a date. a tingle of sympathy when their own backs got produced as the grimness of war became a sudden
(4) Make sure the school Issues enough date tickets to them down. Women of Jackie's vintage could fact of life.

guarantee that your date can get one. feel grudgingly grateful they were so well- But now, this generation is historically left
(5) Don't believe rumors. Check with the Athletic Departmentto represented at his side, and little girls could out no longer. We have our own Pearl Harbor,
make sure. Some games are rumored to be sold out long before drink in that all-man Image and sighingly wish and the shock and dread are stamped justas
the last ticket Is sold and students often don't bother to try to they were older. And little boys? Well, boys heavily in our minds and hearts.
get tickets. Just naturally like other boys, and who among Each of us recollects all too vividly---and
(6) U you have extra tickets that are In demand, rememberthat our national heroes ever displayed more genuine wishes oh so longingly he could change---the
scalping (selling tickets for more than one dollar over cost) memories of that awful Friday. But it can never

Is Illegal In Florida. LETTERS: be done; like our counterparts of 1941, we are
r- to be saddened forever with our own personal

flashbacks of what we were doing, who we were
The FloridaALLIGATOR with and how we recoiled numbly from that

'Blame Lies shattering moment of truth. Nov. 22, 1963a --.
Clearly'EDITOR day that will live in Infamy.'Important.


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Served by United Press International Flaw'EDITOR

Editor.Walker Lundy A student can do two things with his spare
Managing time: he can study or he can do something
Joel Gaston :
Assistant else. The other day I had some spare time,
Managing Brachey and I decided to study. I
was prevented
from
Assistant Managing .Dave Btrkowltz doing so, however because Mr. Sarbey's letter of the 13th is excellent
of the
Editorial Page Ed Barber of the band which Just happened to be proximity Illustration of an important flaw In the logic of
Sports practicing
Pace current first partof
Editor..Bruce Dudley at the time. conservative thought. The
City f Skip Haviser I don't believe the band should be the letter started that the American peopledid
Campus Living Mathison from practicing Just because I prevented not really know what was best for them
or
anybody, on Nov. accordingto
3. Instead
have to study, because people are they responded
Editorial studyingall
Tova AssistantsJim Castello Ann Carter.Don Federman, the time. I do believe, however, that because their "likes" rather than their duties.It .
Stan Levine, Sam UWnun, Ernie Lltz (Circulation Manager), people are studying all the time, the band was then noted that this country was made
I Kulp (Cartoonist), Ron Spencer, Gary Swallow. should practice in a location where it couldn'tpossibly great because of the principle of self relianceof
interfere with who the Individual. Hal! A contradiction! Mr.
Reporters Patti Pttl (Student Government Beat Chief). study, be they trying to anyone study in Tolbert wants to Sarbey wants government "by the people," yet
joe Koiiin in
Bob Golub Joe Waldorf. Sharon )\elley. Yxette Hume, in Jennings or In the Main Library. he does not trust their Judgement in the voting
Cardozb
Frank Shepard, Le* Fo.les. Thelma booth!
Alexander. Agnes It's the student's fault If he can't
Mossman, Marjorie Green Evan Langbeln. David Kennedy, because he chooses to do something else study but My point Is simply this: That the peopleof
1\\ Terry Rogers, Susie Halback, J trey D nke.'alter. Dick Dennis, whose fault is it If extra-curricular activities, this country are STILL self reliant (In spiteof
I Beverly Faber, Dick Schneider, Greg seitz, Sue Dobbie, Lorraine in which the student isn't even Involved interferewith many superficial indications to the contrary);
Viscardi, Ami Saperstein, Maureen Collins, Anne Gartrell, Kathy his studying? The blame lies clearly \ that they have freely chosen to continue under
Walker, Barbara Lltt. with those who are responsible for the the present administration and its policies;
placing
of the band or the rifelry team close and that they have exercised their choice in
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaperof to potential study areas so that it will disturb enough the face of an absurd campaign based on
the University of Florida and Is published five times weekly any student who wishes to study there. emotionalism and generalization. Mr. Sarbey
except during toby, June and July when it Is published semiweekly. It's the duty of the student to choose studyingover apparently falls to realize that instead of fearing
Only editorials represent the official opinion of The something else, and it's the duty of the or surrendering to the Federal government, the
Alligator. Columns represent only the opinions of their authors. administrators of this college to provide the people of this country CONTROL IT w
The Alligator Is entered :as second class matter at the United atmosphere in which the student can study CONSENT TO BE GOVERNED > Y IT.
States Post Office at Gainesville.

Ronnie Edelsteln, lUC Thomas G. Long 2UC
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GATOR

: An Open Letter .


'Kindles A Light'EDITOR lADS

:;::;;:; EDITOR

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:;ii::: AN OPEN LETTER TO THE UF ATHLETIC .
:
:::::::: DEPARTMENTOnce LsELL
:::::: again It Is time for the Florida-FSCW
Students have always complained about : ::':
;;:: football game, but this year something Is
and will do
professors probably always so. I'
::;:;::: different: most Florida students were unable :
However, there are a few professors who kindle : HOODED
PARKAS
::;:;::: to secure tickets to the game. There are a
a light of intellectual curiosity in this mass r,
:;:::::: few questions I would like to direct to the
of American mediocrity. The UF is extremely :
:::;;;:: Athletic Department about this situation:
fortunate in having such a professor In the person : :
1. Is it true that the Athletic
Department of Dr. C. K. Yearley. Dr. C. K. Yearley isa
received 9,000 tickets to the FSCW
game as
professor in the History Department.
part of the contract for the without v
game,
I am taking Hy-246 under Dr. Yearley, andI
paying for them?
can easily say that this is the most interestingcourse
2. Is it true that 4,000 of these tickets I have had in my entire three years at ......
were SPECIFICALLY DESIGNATED as student
theUF.
tickets for the Florida students?
Dr. Yearley makes class interesting and
3. Is It not true, in fact, that these same
challenging at the same time.lie also establishesa
4,000 tickets located in the
were FSCW
student
good rapport with his students. Ills tests
section, from the 40 through one end zone?
and his grading are HARD but it's all worth it.
4. Is it not true that in the past, tickets for
The only word for Dr. Yearley, his lectures,
the visiting (FSCW) students have been sold at$2.50tor and his history course is absolutely great.
both student and date tickets?
5. Is it not ture
that our beloved Athletic An Hy-246 Student
Department placed ALL 9,000 tickets on saleas
general admission tickets for $5.15?
6. Is it not ture that the Athletic Department
"neglected" to publish information in The .
Alligator, or otherwise Inform the students, I
concerning the sale of these tickets? GATOR CLASSIFIEDSGet Now you can buy your

7. Finally, is it not true, that as a resultof Things Done I parka with or without your
the lack of publicity, that very few of the 3763261Ext. school emblem at no extra
9,000 tickets found themselves in the handsof Call I cost 10OT nylon parka
Florida students? 2832 tucks away In Its own
pouch. Get yours now.

Robert G. Harrison, 1LW
UN1TARIANUNIVERSALISTFELLOWSHIP 5.98




Ticket Information SPEAKER: DAVID W. BROWN or NOM IHI \

Minister, Unitarian Church of Orlando CIAZYIITTU


TAILORS
EDITOR: TOPIC: UNITARIAN-UNIVERSALISM AND OUR

HISTORIC ROOTS ....,.. ... .., .. ",
I am sending you the following information.It I

concerns the tickets situation for the Florida- k'H FREMACS'_ ____ 'n_ __ !
Florida State game. All Who Are Interested Are Welcome

We received 5,732 seats on the East side, 11 A.M. SUNDAY, NOV. 8 1024 NW 10th AVENUE 112 W. University Ave.
and 3,506 in the end zone, making a total of
9,238. Since we are now playing home-and-home
there is no special student rate. Our studentspay
full price when we play in Tallahasseeand
their's pay full price when they play down RECORD SALE
here. They receive the same number of tickets
when they play here, starting at the 20 yard
line on the West side.Our seats in Tallahasseestart
at about the 30 yard line on the East side. Fti. & Sat. Only
Our students have been buying seats all Fall, %
and since the price Is the same to everyonewe 25 3.98
do not have any record of how many seats
were bought by students. When it became OFF on ALL ANDLPALBUMS
apparent that the game would sell out earlier
than anticipated, we set aside about 1,000 seatson
the East side for our students, but I do not UP
know how many they had already bought before
this time.
The stadium in Tallahassee seats, I believe,
about 40,000 now, as compared to 48,000 here. .

Percy Beard Hi Fi & Stereo L.P'sAll

General Manager


$3.98 .Only $2.98
... ..
FSU Mum Sale


All $4.98 .Only $3.75
EDITOR: ..... .

The Florida State Recreation Society is
sponsoring a "Mum"sale Saturday, November
21, and would appreciate it very much U you All $5.98 .Only $4.50
would print the following la the ALLIGATOR, .....

prior to the Florida Florida State game.
"MUMS THE WORD"


; Mums tor the Florida Florida State game Open
sale November 21, 1964. Price per
! will go on -
1 mum Is 155. Beginning at 7:30 and extending / \ V Mon.

'! until game time, mums can be obtained from USE Go RD ,
t any of the following locations:
Off-campus Student hotels Union and restaurants CENTRAL \ f Fri

Bar-bequeCampbell CHARGE til
923 W. UNIV AVE.
Stadium

Thank 9:00
you.
Free Parking In Rear

Gordon Sprague, President
Recreation Society



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FORD STATIONWAGON, 1964 VOLKSWAGEN Hoover Feud
55 Metal
sun 56 OLDS "88" 2-dr., radio, King
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jual speakers), heater, overdrive accessories. Call 2-8369. $1550. dition. Call M-F after 6
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Reliable auto in excellent shape. Leaving; country, must sell. feud between FBI DirectorJ. the veteran FBI chief of
condition. $475. 1426 B SW 18 Best offer. Alfredo Roa. Tele. Edgar Hoover and Integrations Irresponsibility In calling King a
Pl. 6-3084. (G-57-5t-c). 6-0554 or 6-0809. (G-56-3t-p). Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. exploded "notorious liar" and said Hoover
into the open yesterday. apparently was faltering "underthe
1962 PONTIAC TEMPEST. awesome burdens, complexities -
WORLDWIDE i Original owner; financed Campus '57 FORD V-8 automatic, radio, Viet Claims of his office."
Credit heater. Almost new tires. See
Union. Very reasonable; Hoover and President Johnson,
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EXPLODES for equity. 2-1276. (G-57-5t-c). Ave. Apt. #17.G-55-3t-p). 3 U.S. JetsTOKYO Negro leaders yesterday were

silent on the matter which emerged ..
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WITH
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Call 376-1567 after 5 p.m. (G- Mike. (G-55-5t-c). jet fighters and damaged two others FDI of consistently falling to pro-
54-4t-c). Wednesday when the planes entered tect the rights and lives of Negroes -
tat =t MUST SELL 1957 PLYMOUTH.
North Vietnamese territory near In the South.
Cheap. Call 372-2802 after 5.(G- the Laotian border. Hoover, touched off the verbal
r 55-5t-c). It charged that Secretary of battle with the Negro leader In
I Help WantedFEMALE I Defense Robert S. McNamata's an Interview with 20 women reporters -
1960 BLUE VOLKSWAGEN with
announcement that a U.S.Jet fighter Wednesday lie told them
suntop. $275 equity and take
over had been shot down Wednesday over bluntly that King was "the most
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See at 2909 N. E. 14th Street. ,.
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production mechanics. Bring away from the alleged American Ga., would not act on civil rights

samples to Pepper Printing Co. 1964 FIAT 4 door sedan, between 10 a.m. and 4 1024S. erners.
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mas before going to Oslo
to
balance of MeetingThe acceptthe
$750. May be seen at
STUDENT or STUDENT WIFE to 104 SW 8th Street after 5 p.m. Nobel Peace Prize, retaliated
assist in typing copy for Florida (G-54-tf-nc). SOTS meeting announcedfor quickly In a telegram to Hoover
Alligator. Proficient typing ability saying he was "appalled and lur-
tonight was held last night.
mandatory. Some night work. Call prlsed."
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I Florida Gato'rs : 'Never FSU Never'




t "Never FSU Never" "Never FSU Never."

This has been the slogan In the This has been the slogan in the

Gator football camp all week, and Florida football camp this week,
the Orange and Blue hope to makeIt and it has caused quite a stir.
stand up when Florida tackles Florida players have been wear-
Florida State (FSU) tomorrow at ( ing the slogan on their helmets
Doak S. Campbell Stadium in sV like they do every week, and the
Tallahassee.Some Gator locker room is also cov-

42,500 fans, largest ered with the words.
sporting crowd ever gathered at "I'd rather be thinking never
Tallahassee, are expected for the than maybe," said Coach Ray
game. Graves yesterday when asked about
Both Coach Ray Graves and urYh Seminole Coach Bill Peterson's
Bill Peterson report their squadsup Nr remark that he was taught grade
for the contest and the probable 'n, r school to avoid saying "never"and

bowl bid which will go to the gr "always."

winner. .cd6'F fEi' "We get up for every ball game
"We know we are still In the ", ; 1'
!I"", .' : and play each game one at a time,"
bowl picture and certainly FSU
said the Gator coach.
Is a strong candidate for more
Graves reported the Gators have
than one bowl," said Coach
one of their best week's of the
Graves. year at practice, and he feels the
Offensively the Gators will be
'' team is ,up for "the most dramatic -
better prepared to make a strongbid iIiiIi y AT
game ever played in the state."
for a win than they have since
the Mississippi rout Oct. 10.

Since the game with the Rebelsat v'F
least one member of the Gator (
starting team has been missing
from each game. The most pre-
dominant of the absentees being NEVER FSU NEVER NEVER SAY NEVER
tailback Jack Harper wingback
Alan Poe.Harper. word from Gator coach Ray Graves word from Seminole coach Bill Peterson ASStEtEp
4.:=
I \ missed the Alabama, tctoN
II Auburn and Georgia games due
to a knee injury. Poe missed the
J last three quarters of the Alabama

'1 game games.plus the Auburn and Georgia Albert Picks SPORTSMEN'SCYCLE

,
Junior Gary Thomas, tight end, CENTER

''t; .missed the South Carolina, 617 N. Main St.
Alabama and Georgia games witha
broken hand. Albert was slightly upset last Kansas over Missouri I'm Duke over North Carolina Put SUZUKISales

"We'll need week because we only printed ten just guessing, because who Kan up your Dukes I &. Service
everybody we can
.!. of the twenty nine games that he Sa-s?
get on offense to move the ball
against FSU," says Graves. picked. Of those ten, Albert picked Oregon Qver Oregon St. A
seven right, which gives him a toss-up. Northwestern 'MutUd
"They have one of the finest
112-39-5 record -- for a .742 Penn St. over Pitt On the /
defensive lines In the country and Insurance
ay will make it tough on us," the percentage.And strength of their win over Ohio .life ca

.k Florida coach said. now for my predictions.First St. SINCE 1857

: "It sure is nice to see Harper,' of course, is THE game. Purdue over Indiana Big ri-
1i Poe and Thomas back in Uu Most of the sportswriters in the valry-lousy game.
Rt lineup," he said. country, who should have been Rice over T.C.U.Texas Chris-
Florida's offensive work this copying my column all year, think tian is married to the church, and
week has been concentrated on that this game is going to be close. Saturday they'll have Rice thrown PROGRAMMINGAUDITING
many phases, and the burden to But I can't stomach that. The all over them.Southern Jim H. Dowling Jr. &

be taken on by the line has beena Seminoles will lift up their skirts Cal over U.C.L.A. Special Agent MORTGAGE *
major concern to the Gator and run as the Gators romp, 287.And Which one of these also-rans Is 215 N. W. 10th Ave.
coaching staff aU week. now for my upsets of the going to the Rose Bowl? 378-1391 RETIREMENT *

"Our offensive line has simply week. This week I will pick two California over Stanford Wowl

got to do a good job against FSU of the nation's undefeated teamsto

for us to have any kind of a get theirs. I am sure that this
chance," says Graves is the only column that you will
"This is where we can win or see these predictions in, so watch
lose and the challenge is there for these games:

our offensive line," he said. Iowa over Notre Dame-Snook's '::::A "'....
"However, I believe, from passing will lift oft-beaten Iowa
matching the films of FSU, our past the overconfident Irish. They
offensive line knows what they are will need a few Shamrocks.
facing," the Gator coach said. Oklahoma over Nebraska The
One of the biggest threats the disappointing Sooners will want
Gators will have to face is this game bad -- I think they'll ET
Seminole flankerback Fred get it.

BlletnlkoH, who Is'third in the In other games
nation In pass receiving and 10thIn Michigan overOhloSt.-TheWol- GOT A

the nation in scoring verlens' superior running game
"I think Blletnlkoff is one of will make the difference.
the finest receivers I've seen in Illinois over Michigan St. M.S.
collegiate football and the biggest looked so bad on T.V.last Satur-
challenge our defense has faced day, I couldn't pick them. MAN'S JOB'I
this season," says Graves. L.S.U. over Tulane Happy

However, the Gator passing Thanksgiving, Tigers. Walt until f .
combination of Steve Spurrier and the Galore chew you up.

lonesome end Charles Casey will Miami over Vanderbilt-it seems TO DO ?
also be giving the Seminole defense that all of our future opponents t.,
a workout.
start feeling their oats just before
Both Craves and Peterson have they play us. _
also announced"new offensive North Carolina St. over Wake
wrinkles" for the tilt between Forest Rebound from last week.
the two state colleges. Arkansas over Texas Tech It

Peterson has announced that looks like an 'undefeated season.

secret installed offensive formations Baylor over S.M.U. The Bears Get It done right. Get MAN-POWER the new power-packed !
this
week
apparently have developed for Florida gobble. aerosol deodorant! MAN-POWER'S got the stepped-up pene-

"A consensus of the well Boston College over Detroit tration power, the 24-hour staying power a man needs. Goeson

staff believes the new stuff coaching tits B.C.Clemson should over be feeling South Carolina its beans. fast. never sticky dries In seconds. Try itl! 1.00

in well said.with our offense," Peterson Drudgery. BX THE MAKERS OF OLD SPICE |ISH U LTONI

Maryland over Virginia Youcan't
Injury wise, the Gators will be
beat Virginia and be popUlar -
without linebacker Jack Card, and I
.
the Seminoles will be mlssl.nc'secondstrtnc -
Minnesota over Wisconsin
quarterback and
Minnesota will clean things up
kicker Ed Pritchett. b
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Gators Face State's TBDICK

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DENNIS upon him by the Associated Press, "FSU would rather pass than f "I I I

Sports Writer United Press International, and run. To utilize this philosophyFSU .
Sports Illustrated. goes with a pro-type attack- ,.,,,\ .. ""t 1*
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Florida fans hope that FloridaState's Tens ranks In the top 10 nat- wide flanker (Biletnlkoff) and wide '. !
TB malady proves con- ionally In both passing yardageand end (Floyd)," said Travis. ," ':,f.<
tagious but not infectious Satur- total offense. He has con- Tensl Is not known to run with
day, in Tallahassee.The nected on 110 of 182 passes, fora the ball. FSU uses the draw,screen
Steve Spurrier-to-Charles completion average of 60 per pass and look-In pass. With these
Casey combination should emulate cent. manuevers, Florida State has
FSU's Steve Tensi-to-Fred Bllet- In passing offense alone, Tensl climbed to seventh In pass offenseIn
nikoff duo. The Florida pass defense has accumulated 1,495 yards.thir- the nation.Defensively. Yli"al&V
n must weather its toughesttest teen of Tensl's aerials have gone the Seminoles
of the season. for touchdowns. strongpolnt Is their line, which
To stop senior quarterback Ten- Biletnlkoff, flankerback, has FSU calls "The Seven Magnlfl-
si, at 6 feet 5 inches the tallest raked In his share of honors,also. cents". FSU uses the 5-4-2 defensive -
back in the nation, may prove a He has already been named to the alignment, with the "Ok
tall order. He has consistently 1964 Newspaper Enterprises Asso- lahoma" and "Eagle" formatonsas
been on the weekly AllAmericancheck ciation's squad. lie has caught variations.The .
list. 55 passes for 909 yards and 10 Seminole's defensive secon-
For his performance In FSU's touchdowns. dary has shown some vulnerabilityto
thrashing of over-rated Kentucky, Biletnikoff combines the speedof a passing attack. LastSaturday,
I Tens was named "Back of the a sprinter, a dozen moves, North Carolina State scored on
Week". This honor was conferred and quick hands, parlaying these FSU via a 45-yard pass play.
assets into national prominence In "Florida State Is not real deep,
See Europe For Less-All Student Trips scoring number receptions,and so although the Seminoles do use
yards gained.Of the two-platoon system,they do not TENSISigma I
FSU wide end Don Floyd, have much beyond the first 22 play-
small with
Travel in a group other students of your
Head Florida State football coach
same age and interests. All"expense low-cost trips Dill Peterson said, "Floyd Is probably ers.The Seminoles have a real tough Nu

by ship or plane: the most underpublicizedplayer defensive unit. Their line Is aggressive -
In the south." Head Flor- and unyielding. I believeyou
ADVENTURER: 47 days 10 countries $1072 ida B-Team Coach Larry Travis can throw on them easier than Loses Game
added, "Floyd makes unbelievable you can run on them,"said Travis.
BUCCANEER: 62 days 10 countries (Incl. Greece) $1296 catches, and Is a fine runner too. Travis credits two linebackersDick Sigma Nu tried vainly twice from
He churns for a few extra yards Hermann and Bill McDowell- the three yard line to score In the
VOYAGEUR: 69 days 14 countries (Incl. Scandinavia) $1440 with every reception." with making 90 per cent of the Orange league finals yesterday
Tens throws to Floyd when tacke afternoon against Phi Delta Tbeta
VAGABOND: 46 days 14 countries (Incl. Russia) $1199 Biletnlkoff Is doublecovered.Most tackles. but failed and lost the match,
of Floyd's grabs have come FSU's Frank Pennie, 242-pound 7-1.
Write for FREE itineraries and details, to: on key third down plays. Floyd stalwart of the so-called Seven Both teams fought for scoring
has amassed 491 yards with 34 Magnlflcents, was voted the state's positions In the second halt and
receptions and one touchdown. top linemen for last week by the
AMERICAN YOUTH ABROAD Sigma Nu, with 20 seconds remaining -
Junior halfback Phil Spooner AP due to his play against North got the ball on the 10
44 University Station, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55414 lays most of the groundwork for Carolina State. yard line. Three pass attempts
FSU's offensive wrecking crew. Graves said, "I think It will bea failed during the final seconds.Phi .
When FSU does run, Tensl relies defensive football game. FSU Delta Theta's Pat Willing-
on Spooner.Lee has scored only three touchdowns ham put the Phi Delta ahead 0-0
Narramore and Wayne Glar- on Florida In six years.
In the first half with a 39 yard
JTr dine, both sophomores, share the However, this year Florida State pass play to Dave Tyler.
chores at the fullback slot. has one of Its finest teams. Theyare Sigma Nu came back with a
Said Head Florida football coach averaging over 300 yards In total 50-yard pass-lateral run by Tom
r Ray Graves, "FSU prefers power offense a game. Biletnikoff McCrae. Jay Donnelly went over ..
sweeps Inside the ends. Their has accounted for over 100 yards for the extra point.
t runners pattern their ground game per game himself. With seconds remaining In the
after the Green Bay Packerscutting The Seminoles offense Is also nut half, Phi Delt's Terry Palmer
In where a hole develops. explosive. Against the thenhtghly threw a 30 yard pass to Jim
"Phil Spooner Is an Ideal runner regarded Kentucky Wildcats, FSU Clancl for another 6 points. t:
for this type of attack." piled up 48 big points. o. Statistically, Sigma Nu attempted ./

32 passes and completed /
13. Phi Delta attempted 29 and
The University Of Florida completed 18.
Phi Delta Intercepted 5 passes
and Sigma Nu snagged one.

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Well this Is the way things went
yesterday as the Yule. Area girls
took a 28-20 victory over the Phi
Gamma Delta fraternity In a Dollar
for Scholar match which netted
$10.69.A .

crowd estimated at 125 watched
amazingly and certainly were not
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DrugsSaddlery base contused with first.
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get a long hit by a Phi Cam.
The Phi Cam wanted on his hands
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field the ball.
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MIMSR AMIR/CIR Uughable softball fame startedout
GAINESVILLE STOCKMAN GIN warn as a challenge by the Yulee
girls to a football match. '"

COMPANY h Gainesville's Quality Jewelers Cut it was reported the dean of
SUPPLY women decided against the Idea al.-
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MARKET The Phi Cams,to show tney wvr -
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fraternity house after the fame,
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Miami Florida ...... M Vanderbilt ................ II
I" New Mute, .............. 45 Hawaii ..... ....... .. ......... S NOTRE DAME TEXAS 11. PENN STATE OREGON STATE
North Carolina State M Wake ,.,..t .. ........ 1 tr AlABAMA 7.OHIO STATE 12-ILLINOIS SYRACUSE

3.MICHIGAN I.FLORIDA MINNESOTA II.TULSA
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r Saturday November 21-MaJor Colleges 'NEBRASKA SOUTHERN CAL 15 .FLORIDA STATE 20. GEORGIA EAST (small colleges)


Air Ferce ......... .. .... 1$ Colorado ...................... 14An Notre Dame won a 34 to 7 "convincer" last week over Michigan State, enough of a Bucknell ...................... 12 Delaware .................._ ID..I
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na State :: : :: IdaM ....== : "convincer" to put them right back in the Number One spot in the nation ahead of Franklin ft Marshall 21 Ursmus ........................ 12
Arizona Arkansas n Texas Tech ......_.._. 7Baylor Alabama. Iowa is on the program this Saturday, and in the past the Hawks have spelled Lebanon Valley ...... 14 Penn MiliUry .. 13
.......... .. 14 .. M. U. ............_ S Lehich IIMoravian LalayetMMuhlenborg .... 14
I.t.n Celie.. 21 Dlmlt .................._...... 11 trouble for the Irish. Not this year, however. .the Notre Damers will keep winning, -===.2e :" :::::_.= II
Boston U. 25 .bede Island ............ 11 this time by two touchdowns. South'n Genicticut 27 Centl Connecticut... I
Bowling Orson It Xavier .......................... 7Brwn Swarthmere .__ 24 Havertord ..._ 7
.... 21 C.lumbhl ..._.........._ IIClnclnMU Second-ranked Alabama has already wrapped up the Southeast Conference champion- Temple ., .. .._, 22 Hofstra __ _' _H. I
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IS Miami, 0111. .............. '4Cllm. ship and is sitting this week out.. Wagner ...... 21 Upsala _..___. t
.... 2' Sluth Carolina .......... 75Csliate Western Maryland _. 14 Johns Hopkins __ t
.. 1: Rutgsrs .......''''' : In the Big Ten, the championship and the roses go right down to the wire between
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Drake 1.. 'ulnill. .................... 14 3rd-rated Michigan and 7th-ranked Ohio State. The winner takes all the marbles so
Fl.rida ..... ... .. 14 fI.rld State ............ S the 1964 Big Ten Marble King will be the Wolverines of the
Michigan. They'll clip
,....... Washington 11 Th. Ctad.1 ... ............ 11J
Holy Cress Connecticut Buckeyes by 8 points. MIDWEST (small colleges)
J Kent Stat. U Dayton ......... :::::::::::: UI 8th-ranked
Florida is involved in a big intra-state headliner with 15th-rated Florida
L.Len u.Beach 22 17 Tulane Pacific ::::::::::'::..::.:::::: : State. The Gators will bump the Seminoles five. is 9th and 17 Central Oklahoma .... II Panhandle A I. M IS
by LJS.U. they're pointstoo Denisen .,,,_..... .... .. 21 Ohio 14
Maryland ... ... 11 Virginia ....................... SMemphis strong for Tulane.On Cast Cent Oklahoma M itia< 27 Southeast I''b' m 1

ltat. n soum.m Mississippi 7Mchr.S
.................. 14 eastern New Mexico 21 Northwest Oklahoma S
n 0111. State
Michigan State n I' IIIin.l ... .. ...... .......... 21 the West side of the Rose Bowl picture in the Pacific Athletic Conference, the Kentucky SUM___. 23 Central SUM. Ohio. SLamar
Minnesota 24 Wisconsin .. .... ... ..... 7i water Is real, real' muddy with 10th-ranked Southern Cal 16-ranked Oregon State, Tech 17 Southwest _Missouri_ T2S
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i f r Nebraska Missouri ..... on 14 nee.Oklahoma" .................- III S and unranked U.C.L.A. all in the championship picture. The Trojans are 14-point North CentrofSoutheast Missouri__.._.. IS WheoMn Northeast ..Oklahoma....?.._ It2t U
I Hew Mexico StabS Texas Western ... ts favorites to sink the Uclans while the Beavers of Oregon State should arch-rival Southern ___ 21 _
whip Illinois Evansville T
North Ca.IIM 22 D.rks .. .. .. ...... .. ....... n
Notre 0M1 IJ Lwa .. .......... ........... U Oregon by 3 points. Southern California and Oregon State will tie for the league title, Southwest Oklahoma 21 Tarteton._ 11
Ohio u. .... ... 11 Marshall. ...................... 12OMaMm. with the mostest in
State n Kansas State ..... ...... SOrogsa roses going to State since the Trojans were in the bowl Just two
State 11 Oregon .. ..... ..... 14 years ago. Well, at least that's one person's opinion.

r hR MRcstoR: stab :: ''ci.ii": ......::...::..::.::. UPurdue Unranked North Carolina State can take Atlantic Coast Conference honors Friday SOUTH (small colleges)

21 Indiana ........................14 the
night by Deacons of
Rice "..00 ......._.. 11 T. C. U. .............. ......... II edging Wake Forest by one point. Austin hay .............. 2S U. T. M. B. .. t
Ian J... state... I' Prosns State ISSeuth.nl Three new members Joined the Top 20 "Association" this week. It's always fun to DelU SUM _........ 17 Louisiana College 14
C.lifemla 11 11. Co L A. ...... .. 7 .. ...__......._..... ... ...
Stanford 14 Catifemia ....... 1SSyraeuss pick up new members. .then It starts a big argument as to whether they belong thereor (I. 23 Frederick t
West Virinla 7T.nness.e not! Minnesota is 13th, Mississippi (we've heard about them somewhere before Emory A Henry _.... 13 Guilford ...... ItMandolphMacen
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Tulsa .. ....... .. 31 T.l.de ..... .. S is 14th, and '18 is Tulsa. Michigan State Purdue and Tennessee fell just a bit by the Jacksonville Tech.... 21 Florence 1SLouisiana
Utah ............ 21 Utah State ........... SViuaMva 21McNeese Northeast Louisiana 12
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Albert Will Stay Home Tomorrow Vol. 57. No. 56 University of Fl 'THE DEEP sOUTH'S orida, NEST Gainesville COLLEGE DLY'Friday, Nov. 20, Presidents Issue Joint Message It is pleasing to note the Interest awl that FM) One wiould wish to do anything that enthusiasm bellg generated by the Flortda might threaten tN' continuation of this tine Stat. UnIversity-University of Florida footseries. ALso, It would he particulArly onball game to be played this Saturday. Two fortunate if any student'% educatonal profine football teams with outstanding records gramn were jeopardized by carelessor impulwill be worthy representatives of their insive actions. stitutlons. Fans of each tram--Including It Is our hope that all of us may loo& back ~2 students, alumni, and friends--can be exon this game with pride and admiration. pected to provide enthusiastic stuprt within .the bounds of good sportsmanship. Gordon W., llackwrll As presidents of our respective instituPresident of Klorlda State University lions, we -re'I upotr to conduct themselves in a manner fitting the highest J. Wayne Reitz standards of Intercollegiate rivalry. We know President of the University of Florida -++::++e::.+:::++:x:--x:.o+x::.4::-.;:;:.;;;.e;::.::R:::::::3e ::E m s:::.::s:::::-.:.::-5:-::.*.;;;.;::'.:.::--Selection of Delays Ch oice Weeks6 -n editor for The Alligator was postponed two weeks yesterday by the Board of Student Ptlications alter It interviewed two candidates and debated the question for an hour-. Board chairman Johst Webb, assistalit professor of journalism. answered, "No comment," to a request for an explanation for the delay. Current Managing Editor Joel Gaston and Circulation Manager Ernie Liii were the two caididates Who, applied and who were insvie-a legt bthbor in the closed meeting. let other action, the board elected Miss Eice Tall, 2UC, as an editorial aisistajit for The Seminole for the remainder of the school year. The board is composed of three fially members, two students aid a faculty chairman, pins for the purpsn of the election, Student Body President Ken Kennedy and Honor Court Chancellor Gerry Hldhman. would still allow t ime o a i managing editor to be selected this trimester if Gaston won the editorship. The winner will replace current editor Walker Lmsidy, who gradates next month. Lila has formerly been assislani produetlo. lab manger, adStori. assiha, sport ditor itramural, editor, and sports wrier fo lm Aliar Gasts, was Tigert Hal Dnat Chief last spring and has worked for ti. Ponscobn News-Journal. Rwtely a story he wrot, whit. workn orteNews-o.re, was choea as one S two .torins to repoeseSt the UT SehOOl eM JourHearst Writing CotSSa a..n fl FSU Ask Albert I 1964 .-. .r / / r:' or rsu Two-thousand students will be able to view the closed-circuit telecast of the UF-FSU football gain. Saturday, 7 p.m., in Norman Hall Atditorium aid In all tedeIs It Can GAME Sei vision-equtpped room, in Norman arxd McCarty HalI.s WUPT, led by Richard Dowling, is in charge of 1he entire operalion. Iti For the first time, Florida Stat, will be our hosts for the annual UF-FSU football game scheduled tomorrow afternoon In Tallahassee. For the first time, UF students--some several thoemand strong--will go ''visiting' to our sister school. As we set it, the day co4Jld go two ways. One, students from the two schools could get involved In a 1x1-.game (or pre-game for that matter) tussle. This would blacken the repctatlon of UF and serve to strengthen the reputation of immaturity flu baA gotten with its goal post-stealing, ailigator-snatching antics of the Iait few pears. The reputation of the I)? as the 'big brother" school to F'! an b e sevrydamaged f any of our students engage The other nay tomorrow can go Is a bit nicer to talk about. It involves FlU acting like "little sister" and the UP -s a This side rof th coin makes UP look goo, which is what we all wans, whether it be ott or off time gridiron. Rumors hsv. fIRtSe over to us from Tallahassee through various channels that say the following: --hat th, flU slides, uhawpy at the seating allotment, piao a mob rush on the (at. $01t prior to gametiriw, puashimg and shoving to get in timegas., ---that the word .won ISU Greeks to "wesr old clotes --ht amhstnaioe officials from boll, schools are prepared Mlr any mitntully and that any slideds Involved will cufy. We don't clii. th rumors to be trin, rr tabs. Whet -e do sy and Urge 1* thisYe. U? sthdente may edc to be tinted by your lhost* and hSSte pert.p. I. somewhbt of an umgeutlemaly unner. We ask jot to remmbr that you represent U)F while you are there ad it is q to you, as a member of thm. flint mature studSn body, to adt aecordlmgly. Studenli with kdeittlfcaton cards, students' wines and faculty will be permitted to view thb. frlecast. Regular classroom rules must bw observed. The video-tapw t.,licast was jrranged because of lh. interest in tickets. Attempt,, to try live covcrag. failed because of N(;AA rules and prohibitive operation costs. Norminani Hall audItorium awd roan'. 2 and 44 In McCarty Hall will he opened first. Thun rOoms 6. 37, 42, Ill, 133. 148, 284. ZiG, 254, SO5. .5*d 343 will be opsimed in. McCarty 11.1 If rousnary. roams 43, 138, 140. 20 22. O, 228, 232, an lo r id a Players quashed Norman Hall to atudests who wish have relinatdatoriw., t* d.w the Gain. films will tU ,hIwn on statewide televIsion oh Sunday. Glum Gator Not Goin g Reptile sti't going. rmequested that Albert, the. Alligator -tl's terocloun sevenroot mascot -tnt make th, trip to Tallahassne tomorrow for the LPF.I.SU football game. ip .admniustntin officials said they will honor t. request awlthat Albert will remain in his pen lnta the Century Tower hero loGainegviii.' this wn'kemd. Original jua laid by StudSn Government would have -i AMbsrt on Iih. sidelines of the grudt.battle grid ga me tomorrow in ISL', Coak Canmpbell Stadium. The reptIle nas to tnk. th, trip over tonight and return lit. tomorrow after tie (alit. A fraternity hadpromIsedtotak. him over in a specially built cage. UP Pr.i. J. Way. bits said yesterday he did not kiow It the mov, would heIght. or lense. friction between the two slideSl bodies at the gan. "Their (flU administration ) feelings seems ot be that it will Lessen tim. chalices ci anything hap. penig" RHits said. "Aid mi her. fully support their starvi. "They are the hot. tomorrow sad we are qaets gotag over tiher.," he coetimied. by ha.e made request of -m we shall honor It."' The spotlight was first focused on lh.slownioving reptil, last aft. 41)d when unk no wn culprit. attempted to gayor-owp him. EIdac, an editroiat II the Alligator and several ther U? slidens indicated a groq from Several Lean Cou47 (Nlawge) ears were aen ii the area ci th, alligator's pen hi.e Fr ldap and Saturday night. [Iste T. G Albert the Alllstr aki hi, .aem yestert sad asS he r adii, afitear VeSIY amM couldn't make S fWSVP b rushing I Sn flU S anew as a r isMms ass,'t. am .m ~2 Boad Ed it or Fr 2 Worth Men? """"""""

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Albert Wil Stay Home Tomorrow Vol. 57, No. 56 "THE DEE SUTH'S FiNT CO&.E II. bARr' Fridy, Nov. 20, Presidents Issue Joint Message It is pleasing to note the interest and that no one would wish to do anything that enthusiasm being generated by the Florida might threaten 11he continuation of this fine State UnIversity-University of Florida footseries. Also, It would Fte particularly tinball game to be played this Saturday. Two fortunate If ainy student's educatonal profine football teams wuth outstanding records gram were roparditedl by carelrssor impolwill be worthy representatives iii their insive actions. stitutions. Fans of each team--Including It Is our hope that all of us may look bark students, alumni, and friends--can be oxon this game with pride and admiration. pected to provide enthusiastic support within the bounds of good sportsmanship. Gordon W. Blackuell As presidents of our respective instltuPresident of Florida State University tions, we urge all supporters to conduct themselves in manhw,! fitting the highest J. Wayne Reitz standards or Intercollegiate rivalry. We knw President of the University of Florida -f x-x.::+:-::+:+-x-:-.:+:+-:+::e:+:x-:.+::::+:ox-.::::::+::.:.:::::-;-;:::::;---:----:::::-::-:--:------:-;-:.;.;.;+.:.+:-: Selection of D ela ys Choice Weeks -n editor for The Alligator was postponed two weeks yesterday by the Board of Shudest Ptlicton. after It Interviewed two cazdldates and debated the question for an hour-. Board chairman John Webb, assistant professor of journalism. answered, "No comment," to a request for an explanation for the delay. Current Managing Editor Joel Gaston and Circulation Manager Ernie Lit. were the two candidates who applied and who were intervIewed .1 length by the board in the closed meeting. I. other action, the board elected Miss Eamice Tall, 2UC, as an editorial ansistsnt for The Seminole for the remainder of the school year. The board is composed of three faculty members, two students and a faculty chairman, plus for the purposes of lte election, Student Body President Ken Kennedy and Hor Court Chancellor Gerry Ricbman. Webb said legal requiremenke would still allow time for a ew mmngiig editor to be selected this trimester if Gaston woo the editorship. 'The winner will replace current editor Walker Liwdy, who. gradits wiat month. Lit. has formerly been ssiatant productio, lab sawner, editorial aasistant, sports editor, Intramural, editor, ad sports writr for TbAllgtor.Ha et Chief iast spring sad has worked wortiag hor the News-Jmarnul, as eta., as one of two stories to represent Ihe UF 5col ci Jourails. ln the Willam R. W H.tst Writing Contes*. a a. .gu 1964 '4 a A, I S U ~fl3 OF FSU GA ME Two-thousand students will be able to view the closed-circuit telecast of the UF-FSUJ football game Saturday, 7 pan., In Norman hail Auditorium and in all toteIs It Worth vision-nquIppd room,, in Norman and McCarty llall.s WU PT, led by Richard owningng, is in charge of the entir, operalion. It,3 Meni* For the first time, Florida Stat. will be our hoots flor the annual u-FnU football gm. scheduled tomorrow aftertwon For the first time, UFi students--some several thousand strong--will go "visiting" to our sister school. As we .it, the day could go two ways. Ott., students from the two schools could get involved in a poet-game (or pre-game fior that matter) tussle. Thbis would blacken the reputation of UF and serve to strengthen the reputation of immaturity FStJ has gotten with its goal post-stealing, alligator-snatchIng antics at the bait Sl. years. The reputation of the U? as the "big brother" school to FSIJ can be severly damaged if any of our students engage in wwise antics tomorrow. The other way tomorrow cani go is a bit nicer to talk shod.It involves flU acting like "littl, sister" and the UF s a truely "big brother."s ThI, side of the coin makes UF lot* good. which it what w all nat, wlwther it be onor Sft the gridiron. Rumors have fiered over to -s from Tallahassee through various channels that say lb. fatting: ---that the FBIU studnS,. iflappy at the stating allotment pits, a St b oat the gate. Jet prior to gametime, pmuag and shoving togpie i'. pe.e -that the wor aion FBIU Greek. to "wear old ciches ---that .dministn*M.o official. irom, both school. art. prepa rd ir any evntalty and that *y s hthu lavoiwSd W. dcs't claim the rumors to be true, not false. What d s~ an age I ths To. UP giadnts may expect to be t.und by your keess and treated perbepa I. soinewtst of as uag.Skulmly amar. We ask jo to re.ber Shat y. rprsn Ur while you ure ther, and it is qW to yoa, as a member of the mar. atir. stidest body, to act accordlagly. Tape Students with idSiflcatIon cards, students' wins gud faculty will be permitted to view the telecast. Regular classroom rules must be observed. The video-.tap. telecast was arranged becaus, of the Interest in th------'dlb.u-"-l--l-y-o tickets. Attempts to try liv. cverage failed becaus, of NCAA rule, and prolulbitlve operation costs-. Norman Hail sudttoriuua and rooms 2 and 44 in McC.rty Hal will b. oped firt. Then ron. 6, 37, 42, 221, 522, 141, 204, II'), 254, 206, aSd 342 will be opeitad in McCarty Hall. If 140,. 236 tecessaty, room. 43, l3i, 201. 222. 226, 223, 222, and will be openmd I. Norman Hall. Florida Player. hav ri s quislted Norman Hall afltoiam to Sies. w wi to viw lbs aps. Gamne films wits be showy, on statewide telsyiuion -n 8unay. Glum Gator Not Going FSU Ask Reptle Come AIIert isn,'I going. r.'qiwst.d that Altwrt, the Alligator -t''s terodious meienfoot mascot -not make lt. trip lco Tallahassee tomorrow for the U" --FSUJ football game. UK admInistrative officials said they will honor the rquestandthat Albert will remain is his pen o.; the Century Tower her. inGalne.ii) this weekend. Original plans laid by Student Government would have -u Albert on the sidelines of thw, grist.battle grid tnt tomorrow In iFstr' Coak Campbell Stadium. The reptil. nan to make lh. trip ovwr tonig ht and return late tomorrow after the 15m3. A fraternity had promIsed lobke him over in a specially built cage. U? Pr. J. Wayne Reil. said yesterday he did not k,,,w If t. move would heighten or bnssn friction between lh. Iwo student bhis at the game. "Their (FBI) admittistralion) feelings s.nm at S e that it will lessen the rhance.Amnythtngbap. penin," lIMut said. "LAE -here fully ntpport their stsand. "1They .rc lb. boot, tomorrow and -e at. quest. going over there" he coStImadW'"m hawe wad. a r.quest of in. and w. shall honor it."' 'ib, spotljht wan first focused on the alotmoving naptil. last wek'ad witan u nkanow n culprit, attempted to flyor-nap him. Edidec, an editrolal Ill (Ih Alligator .nd several Ath.r U4 thda. Indicated group from Several lae (owtj (Tallhssn.) cars were a. Is th, area of tihe alligator.s p.1st. F r i djy .nd Saturday Sigt. Albert the Altgator shrwi'' hi. scales yesterday .1w i d 'W would hates, to the gam n" radio i tt. r retivIug nW' SW couidutt make lhb trip I' h Ufe 'FEU football game. "It's (OK. I'll lle to ton I" a. radio and then itach IIjiU 00 the dhed TV iuigl' ii .sid, bruehrg -r~ dIM.11 titer fruof hile Abert ,srzrdil ,twets "tobeTrw j' l* reptike alib is bfgg.r *, was that Lii saint. SigNt g,.t ,.ulved In a fracas aS U111'm pit he flht nflt that "S ai'p fstdet gatfrred r und kls ece hat "you'll tte In hurtIng lb. UF and Bad Ed itor For 2 I .-.s. 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CI ~r, l&i Aflqrt j~ K' 4 Lit Reilz P4a V oKfailing (ame Wirjh; 11)1' tororIt y V t 4' t~ 11,1 I tjt A+r. -Ji. M H b w n I .r si[nMU l ~ine h .11 Ae ' n 'ht ltiiv wile )llinig hlii liirsIf off but irily iog nrr~~' Us t' IM [ bs IIIYs, cited niatters by s.merriiR Ut, 0 rdfl It oil, tInIZ the rdesstrt topping. (Jnly 'Iyit fo >Iolars In'. Alpliai [elthe rigul ir bus boy. P.tih w!It SO04 w is the winurm. *When O m) I n T TTW tin tter Idrnnin white bus lxjy thm dirty dishes ,ifter dtuprt Sjjckts,. tht, two uihrsty ofDran Hale commenitid r1 ficial, bnegari trying Inxiotit pect I should go back in l to the trbles. IDe ii Hlie kitchen arid fIhsh th ih. tdt ked four dishes or -a lad But Dr. Reitz 'Is slt, on his arm' while LDr. Reitz caiit wa A sh d i s s e carefully (jiried ha, plates unionized only for rvg. one t a ime.As they left, Drs. lieu, Dr. Reitz sat down to eat and Hale said they would riot after a few minutes but Dean fotgtt serving for the girI*, -Hale insisted upon going g a "We'Jl never feel right citing ALPHA DEL TA P1 member Kitty Corner (left) is served by busboy Dean Lester Hale complete lb" here just as guests,"th nas her sorority sister, Mary Miller, is attended by busboy Dr. J. Wayne Reitz. During dessert.DeanHale's said. Orange Peel kinr al Broward Hi Sales from the first edition of this years New Orange Pel brought ID about a $200 profit, according to editor Don Federmian, 4A8. "'flis ha a substantial increase Ar. Peel twuda---conswderuug last year's Peel was I,. the hole $200 per issue," Federman said. Federman attributed the profits to ehM exceptionallyy good contract"i the reduced size of the magazine, the elimlnatioo of the thrin-page fold-out, cutting down of .tutf help on the paste-up of the Peel and a substantial number of ads. "The next Peslwill inclwdethree photo satires, two feature girls and a 'secret' feature which every college humor magazlzw will be borrowing once It comes out," F.*erman claimed, "Humor and women will conprime 80 per cent of the magssim.," Federmant said. Next Pael Is due Dec. 7. flu s Iee~t TOVA LEVINE Editorial Assistant UF creative and performing arts program needs strengthening, improvement and more emphasis. Thai is the contention of 1L. Russell Jordan, head of the Committee to Study Creative and Performing ArIs. ThN group, which began In August, Is working on a "survey of the needs of the university conmwuity" In the arts. A study is presently underway to determine what the fields of performing and creative arts incorporate, what has been accomplished In the pest, where UP stands at present, and what wilt be done In the ftture, according to Jordan. The group got underway when discussion of the problems of arts on campus led to formation of the gronp. "tip is looked up to for leadership In the state as an outstanding school of higher education. For us to keep up this reputation, a well-rounded program Is needed." Jordan said. The committee plans to look into the prugramns of performing and creative arts on campus-both acade-mic and public-type presentations -jnd to work on a report for presentation to UP Pres. J. Wayne Rei. The report should be ready by spring of 1965. Jordan said. According to Jordan, Dr. Roitz seemed interested Iots3 and has strongly supported the committee. Reotl: appointed the ad hoc committee at the end of the summer The Co. mittee intends to study the conditions of the facilities I r the arts on campus. Building proposals will also b* mnclwded in a later report. Integration of the various types of arts groups on campus Will be considered, Jordan stated. At the present time, performing and creative arts are spread throughout UF In the College of Architecture azd Fine Arts, College of Physical Education(dancing), departments of English (creative writing), speech, art and music. The committee will also stay various campus groups such as Florida Players, Orchesis, Choir and Glee Clubs. Outside sources of performing arts -such as Lyceum council -will also be taken into corisideration, Jordan said. "We can't conduct this study unless the groups brought to campus are included, as these influence and are a part of the whole program," Jordan said. Ather possibility to look into, according to Jordan, is the initiation of a resident artist program. 'Tis would mean a visiting artist would spend one year at IJF, teaching in the department of his competence, giving performances lecturing and counseling students who decide or desire to pursue oyw of the performing or creative arts. lII A dance In the Broward Hail recretalon room tonight with the ''Hustlers'" will wind up series of six dances sponsored this year hy student government in eompwr ato with dormitory councils. For these dances over $9UO has been provided from student actvity fees for the bands. s dAndrew R. Haslett Jr., secretary o student activities. Refreshments are stwplied by the dorm 'oiri It Dorms, especially wor m!! *' dorms, usually cannot 1fford to hire bands or, their ow''
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All I n Beds W omen' Filled s Dorms Campus News Bris A. tUr I> tin I",. I~ Mus. aLlrTiJiII-t I 411 P 15>1 J ohnn y Pick An ex-pigeon reporter to select the cutest chick pus. Johnny Carson. Nationa casting Co. personality K. Mr -4 tIlt I ,-' it'y I ~i I I ~'it' ~~'i It ~ItII~t Ii' '''LII 'hI I ILi~tI UK C arson A IThI'q~ liii T o C g Seminole Is going on camIBroadis going The Miss Senminole being revivedby editor 4JM, after several y Seminole girl. The COnt.'st IS Joe Coudon,. Cars of no lucky coed to select the mltst photogenic coed on campus is Missseminole. Carson will judge the beauty entrants from photographs submitted by various sponsoring organizations On Campus. The 36-year old"'Tonight Show'' emcee-host earned the title Nebraska pigeon reporter when he faked interviews with pigeons to see how they liked the anti-pigeon drive being conducted ini Omaha,. He has since risen to national television fame. Iwho Is chosen will be featured on two color pages in the 1965 yearbook. Any organization may submitontries. The requirements are that she be a full-time UP student and have a 2.0 overall average. Deadline is Nov. 27. TV COLLEGE RADIO SHOP |817W UNIVERSITY AVE. I [I' 41 ri,',t,' it I, 'I \ ft ''.1 ~tII %t 'Cl tI.glMst I'. .4 'h.'. EL'' \4t' Iht!' \ \~ ~;. Intl. UF-FSU Bus Cancelled I, lhe tiinelliti'i .ui h.tl ( U A &. ell it F R .-VSI Med Center Films A' d iii Assistalit rite
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C Mnxfl I ~rrru r --4 Get The T Food, urkey Ready THE WEEKEND begins early for UF students (from left) Bill Hixon, Mom! Jim Talcott and Jo, vens as they hitchr; homnefo (Photo r Thonksqi v CarlnJcnrn Sleep, Study, Home It's 1ht time of yiar igai! The tim. wlher girl, get ten pound, (itt,,. rhe timei wheii studIent, sleep, and sleep, arid sleep, mnd skeip, -mad Iceep. The time w[heu a student gets to start thm* term piper he should I,.ve started two months ago. The time when students are shocked to see how Tmuth th,. family has grown since Septemibur. -The time when your ulcer begins to rItx and etij.y Itself. The time when you have to take bottle of magnesia for eating too much turkey and pecarn pie. 'The time when YOU lie awake at night in ."strange"' bed and :are worried because you have nothing to worry about. .The time when you go home and find Rover lying in a fetal position on your pillow. The time when you are FREE to watch a funny little squawkbox that his people walking around inside, popularly known as ,T.V. set. 4 -9 The time when you wish you had the strength and fortitude to study the textbooks you've had all trimester. The time when you gel bored 41ter two or three days of doing nothing. The time when you ian't believe you finally made it back lomewithin the hame year. The time when you Ihe In fear that Dad might ask over the dinner table "'Fow irn the grades, son?" The time when your mother packs up all those hot and hea vy sweaters to bring back to, 15 legre' weather it school. The time when von dnt have to worry about waki ig up In the mornings in, pail that you slept through your first perIod class and missed the midter mi. The time when you s nSTN)! lug enough to reali,e, particularly on this IatIILIT.I holtday, how itmirh you hav' t, be thankful for. Need asinore be' said" It's Thanksglbing, 1964. 4* ) up ~0 A *1 For Some UF Students, Home Is Too0 Fa They Will Turkey Mow do foreign students spend Thanksgi1ng' Well, there's plenty to choose fi-omn In Gainesville-. 'Our purpose is to pr-vide hospitality and an yother services we can said Chester Yates hairman of Gainesvilie'% Cmunccil for International Friendship. Mrs. Fletcher Baldwin hospitality chairman of the council, estimated that between 200 arxd 2s0 students would be participating in the program this year. Day Student L n sponsors an annual retreat, this year to Silver Springs. The retreat Sa t s three days without charge for room or meals. The Presbyterran Church has ofle red to take foreign students Into members' homes for Thanksgivir.4 dinner. For those who have th I wanderlust, and want to see something of Florida, the council Is plan a one-day tour to a point of Inte rest. Glenn A. Far-ris Foreign Student Adussur sid ta a~poxiatly half of some Anyway Thanksgiving next week it home in Flavet Ill. Shah is president of the India Club. Pete Rob, a gradllte assistant in geOgraphly has lived here since he came l America from the Nether lands in 1959. Rob and hi, wife will be observIW Thanksglving here "sInce P11 become Dec. 7 I might 4s5 fowl" because a citizeE well start Joano Tang, a2d-semetstet "nhnnn. a. Chenao. gIr Thanksgiving r 'I L t. 'I 4 4 I Celebrate i firs' be observing their al --

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2U1C s With 3.0 I It~ '' ~',gC 5 s ( students ii A Drive Ti' ind i + IflIIJLI '3'it s Autos III, ., El hr .'[ib.rl~' p .,r. EL')RlDA U Unions, at FSU Joe Morinelli, Sandra Scales( rector), Nancy sided over meet NION delegation attending regionot conve, lost weekend, consisted of (standing, left Greg Seitz, Bill Hoppe, Bill Brvdshaw and FU Board president), Mrs. Karen Hendricks4, Weinberg and Jane Kimibrell. Hoppe, post .Group hopes 1966 convention will be hel itaon of Assn. of College o right) Mike Hannan, Don Albury. Seated, 'n (assistant pingrum d[regional president, pred in new union here. Some Days Don't Pay, Especially On Friday Soil pint ph' hiv. all th., IL ark. Tribute to At Choral F atT4EImp will -thu wit(hR d l tilbut i; t he SAikilim inm, i;) ni; it Ma Itma lit' it I lhtiw'e'r w'''Ihi JFK Program Chliti sn~ rltl wehIn t4 liii ('I 4oh liT .l~l rL4'yi l 'sIr I .w 11 ua,.il al at H5 [)r. Flwnxl Krister .ini? Gu \. Wai If the tIntrIrty's t)4.Iiatrt t of MuLINI will itaedcla lh. liniIa 'itb ( hill rii men'' itwi Wilifets S gte. clubs. The mnTr' gl,,. I lull will siang "I y IIu trid Shoutt" riilrowet yiv I 1nrfrorjiatli p hr (hw "Albin, ',i NI ti. Val *s" by NIorwpedaa, I pmr Edlvr ri i g. TIh, lIvely In *'d~iinaj "Tw,', IIyN at C hristmna.," will ha. slny In Ia Ih ilvirsaty bhair rai tat wimrninn S le vi, lubi will l.rfunm Inhi I nimula ap ( siul,"' a well-ktowa wOrk wr th-bia Mkdile Elv.ia. The r hmnal unath will rmiha to SInK iIh. wnrks if Thr.I, XIrk, Alfred Burt trd Katherbrw K. t)avi-. betft. the final,"llurItag, f lreedo," j mncnoti,,l to the bhath of lr,IidanI Keaia.iy. Th1w ronbItned vilce% will slng tie n atclalding paoin of tha. raitata, WT tIteni I'ra by Riussel Uanhurg, as sa late prideso .o: atmusir it Is U ni v.eaIiy. The text sof the I antala wits taken from Pr,,Ideril Krnn.dya Inatagiril Adidi.s., MmrIiill ltomna, .grjtduata stakdenat from ilihali Is teaturnnl Na loist. Ac' conpaII fur 1hw Itivrstty chilt I, l*. Otto, t.s'ntor fnirrm l1t ,adon, mish' .'Ipe lub, a. {avanhlt Is Pat Mitchell, suaphomlwrp from (,.ine',vIlj,. 14y11 Arlr.,i. a (4.IrwsvIlle Kr ,iduaine %lIudenI, will .aim.It's risix Mi ID FRIDAY Al Y 010-FA SHIONED H' FISH NIGHT C II The Fiski ou Can Eat ush Puppies, ole Slow--9 rfA flflA Iii b onl, Of those Iora Thrr. timn lIollttmJn ho N p1 itm wI. lii, liraqi I hail ir IthI hi,,. """""i fit .11 uordling liI year on hit turk of wh Fr. ture Miller l,,ilth ( enter. I, I Hot,~ira .agjai *4% Ina rnaldr ii intial a. ciet. ThIs Meha III lg was injured will Iii La R I met IIS .t tiiiwr t"ha alp --mit II p411,itlaiAhe vilt to the lialth, Settr. I tst w *. k Illtnana deem* ,Irideit prr" Ily fn i.IwJ%, wats playIng Pn hali ii' WIIN Mj h o i fotbtalI It thin yardI with some tral ty ln-uth.r'. The ball was w.~nt high atad Iioltztman, lea an It temap4 to iatch It. Ir ai "9matk into ,. Volkiw via" parked aka IIi. thaunt,. Si, I, Holtrnman wtndui tn Ira N 1, pIt.1 on Friday thn Iiu -tihl limac with a Ira' ea 111b14 (broken leg). lI',ltnima n pIte th II AgdIrnst him. still 'ialm, rw' 9be sup, rst Itio T'hi rt.nn iv." .sed Ia In ,y lucky iaajmah.r," IHolrim v *Ajthnaug Pm raij %14A1r% 1jtat4& If anyl 1111g happt oil IkE( rId.y thn. I th, I just may b.," Itolttmni SJId. And *p.Mhknhi of Ifh. n.xM r1. dy I 31h, Hioittman hag .1ready fnd oaR It wilt ocCUr KLEAN-A-MATIC LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING natals rTv It May V, I t t l 1~h1 i

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Bje 6 0 P I N Away Game JON Tickets r -~ TyC ~ 'I U A LI Ii iteytonei is up In irms alxnit lih, riw liii thry'z. g*ettlLI from the "'dirty rats'" aI F-lorid. St11. Inivirsity with iefpeW' to getlingw tickets to Saturday's g.r0'. Mayhe it was time that ttw Uk -.timdlts wok, up to thi ri that this is S.v.P. (St.,arrj (Oprratug 'rm Fure) ror stiMiPlhtS of visiting schoxols. it's trw way ISIJ stud,.rts hive tern triatit i. Gain.svillt. ird it is the wiy I loridi ., tikItlit wtil hi tre steil inl Tallahasse.~ The inab,,lIty if [TI strident, to git II' kits hi swhy gamTWS IS the. pric. of greatness. Th.'r, was a home whtii the I i. uid play aln .'wiy g amoe and gua r. lt. tlhr us,' sds of .'rnply -,re I -for p. pie to dn anything they wished. The Gators this year ir, ,tomiiwtit it ipsiritble ju.*ititY. Three road games ate s,'lj.,Is s. Thb Alitb.ma gamre WAS piayi'd before a full house. 1he Ilorraia Stiti aid louilsial,, Stile gnws have hern sold out siiiii early (P tober. Students must reill,, that Ii, [If's ticket %ittin is fit flir,' Iitb'rl thin .41 ('ther SCh{MFs. 11cr. the stit'Ieit is glvt'n a week to decide whetherot iot to go to lh. gam. They get reserved seats aind earn irrivi as kite is they wish. Slorida Stat, students will be admltt,'d by idletiflctti,,n {ardls ona first (imp-first seat,'d bxisis. All others wilt be cout in the cold. This means dial students wit be spendtrng tile Friday jixi early Satur-day w.' llng to be firin line when the gates open Saturday afternoon. Florida students hay. .reasonall imoitmt of date tickets ivaiilable and dates cci' be artraugeui less than a week heforp a game without too much fear f riot getting a ticket. FSUT students were issued 750 dlate ickets at $S each aid dates were a rather uiicertjln business. 'This will probably tie r lesoil to some. but many will ro rget by nw xl Sept,'mb.'r. Thi' p will Ii. other g.amnes cin the road, Northwestern. Mississipvi. Aubrnh 11nd Miami. If the (itors cotiuti, to play cooxI fi H lb ll, t he ldemianrd will be hi' sacme arid the visiting stdvllt will pruhi.bly 'o~tn'm' lo get i riw teal. Thbe tig problem Is thIu ISti's stielniti is Itx' small for this game, but is r,'a IIy t o Ia' g. to' the other rointests. It would be great if everyone had aui 80,001 stat stadium so everyone who went to the game could gel good sea Is cnd everyone who wanted to see the game could, but It just Isn't so. Therefore the only thinw left to do Is Icearn the tricks of the trade. (I) Buy your tickets Pa I ly *nd buy extr.,. If you think you'll need then. It's iisel. to be pently-wise and pound-foolish. (2) If you're thinking of getting a date from the home school have him or her check the ticket system early. Some schools require tickets and tat, tIckets for the entire season to be picked up in Septenaiwr. (3) Don't wait until I le list minute to make a date. (4) Make sure the school Issuws enough date tickets to guarantee that your date can get 01e. (B) Don't believe rumors. Check with the Athletic Department to make sure. Som, games are rumored tab. sold out long before thl last ticket Is sold and students often don't bother to try to Let tickets. (6) If you have ectra tickets that are in demand, remember that scalping (silk'5 tickets flor mar. than one dollar over cost) is illegal in Florid. The e florida ALLIGATOR Served by UnIted Press Iuterntonal Editor. ...... Manqgrag Editor. .. Assistant Mataging Editor. Assistant Managing Editor. Editorial Pe Edtr sports Pie Edr. City Editor. Campus litng Editor. .,.,. ..Waiker Lundy .........Joel Gaston ....*. ..Nancy Drichey **. ...........Ed Brberz ..* .......Bruce Dudley .* ........Jkip Haviser ........, ...Dotdta Mathison Editottal1 Assstants -Jiffcastetlo.AnnCanter. Doi 'Toys Levtn. Sami Ullman. Erale Lit: (Clrculatiofl 8tw KL~p (Cartoonist) Hot Spencer, Gity Swallow. Fed. rman, Manager) Rp00ers Patti Pitt vstsment Got.rnmtfnt Beat ChItf) Joe Kollin, Bob Giuu Jo Waldorf. Slhartif Kelley. Y',tte Cardozb, Frank Shepard lee \l.'xamjer. AgneS Fowle. Thelma kinsman, Marjorie Green t an Lwngbein. David Kenned) Terry Rogers. Susie Halback. iJlr.-. nlnkkn.ihtfl Dick Dennis., A THINKING OUT LOUD Sun day---A Year JIM MOORHEAD Sunday marks a year since he was murdered. A year Is a longtime, aid .death--_pa ric ula rly of someone outside the famlly---usually has all but diminished in its sadness by that time. The ache cOmeS only with conscious rememhrance. But this death, for many of us, isn't reduced to those proportions and probably never will be,. Too much, oftoogreatsgificance, is missed--daily and with constant reminders. No one will ever be able to single out a one great and endearing quality for the man. lHe had too many. But jierhaps one of the greatest was that we could all Identify with him so readily. No older woman could hiut wish her son wre more like hinm. No tilde r man 1 could help but see part of MOORHEAD himself, years before. Men his age could qubcken to the way he handled a tiller, swung a e4iron, tossed football,--or perhaps feel a tingle of sympathy when their own backs got thim downi. Women if Jackie's vintage rould feel grudgingly grateful they were so well-. represented at his side, and little girls could drink in that allman image and sighingly wish they were older. And little boys' Well, boys just naturally like other boys, and who among our national heroes ever displayed more genuine L ETT ERS-: 'BlameLiesClearl' EDITOR: A student can do two things with his spare time: he can study or he 'an do something else. The other day I had some spare time, aid I decided to study. I was prevented from doing so, however, because of the Proximim ofth. band, which Just happened to be practicing I don't believe the band should be prevented front practicing just because I. or anybodLy hav, to study, because people are studying all thw time. I do believe, however that because people are studying all the time, the band should practice In a location where it couldn't possibly interfere with anyone who wants to study, be they trying to study in Thlbert in Hume, in Jennings, or in the Main LUbrary. It's the stent's fault if he can't stiady because hv chooses to do something else, but wwse fault is it if extra-curricular activtISince It H ap pened boyish charm than this second SOnl if t <'ii extraordinary family' Perhaps most importaitly, we ,ould iii. with him in our individual roles ap n For all his uncommon traits, we knew he very human and, therefore, we knew Fion difficult it was for him to be in the Ii jrr seat--trying to keep the world out if It the national economy going, the rciw,it,, poll lea facti ons reconciled. .rd t r i'wt bea good husband and father at thy amre There were many who consider ai~ governmental philosophy sheer anathe,, H NI there were few who didn't like him pets.1 il One relative of mine, who uncompi ~ lorm <: hated the New Frontier brand of politi' > A always hard-pressed to rind an Opiiinmti personal distaste. "I can't stand th. wi it ita man cuts his hair," he once gropingly rem urkNl. Now the haircut and the broad smile .':ti vigahare gone---and a little somethinFg II. each of us is gone, too. A part if Amn r was snuffed out, and we AmericanI deeply because we are Americans mnu I! A part of our vitals. Most of us are too young to remembher U, 7. 1941, and the cold fear and anxiety thu I' produced as the grimness of war became I itjmlp fact oflkf. But now, this generation is historic IL l out no longer. We have our own Pearl [litrim and the shock and dread are stimpel JLL is heavily In our minds and hearts. Each of us recollect. all too vividly-ril wishes oh so longingly he could change---thC memories of that awful Friday. Hut it can 114ver be done; like our counterparts of 1941. *e are to be saddened forever with our own per.OlIF flashbacks of what wy were doing, who we werl with and how we recoiled numbly IromnI shaterin moment of truth. Nv 2.* I mport ant Flaw' EDITOR: Mr. Sarbey's letter of the lath is anentelle illustration of an important flaw in the loeO current conservative thought, the first pit of the letter started that the American petvP did riot really know what was best for in Oil Nov. 3. Instead they responded accorii to their "'likes"' rather than their diutlt' It was then noted that this country was ImP1. gret because of the principle ofa sel reia' Sarbey wants government "by the peOPle.'' he oes not trust their jugemeflt in the v(,il fMy point is simply this: That the P&oPI of this country are STILL self reliant (in ~P'

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&N (*PEN li ITI L i [IH Til r t hib PA IW I T 0ncr ilt C iS t!ime hi i ui'Aw ifr*ot iit gamit urid ~ tthLI Tt e iii i i to e' r' li ket, tip i sI rn,. Ib Athl,( Ip itrinri itli I. I' it truv thAt thi Athliti hjfrplLI!It received 9,000 Ii ket, ti thIi I s ,ne part of thP coitr it hat the rgimh wihttii paying for t"'r'' 3. Is it not true, iin Iu, thit th.,e ,htni 4,000 tickets wire I'w atd an thi. I S( W studirnt seetiton, from the 40 thiriiiig H. 'liii r(hni' 4. Is it not t'up thdt ii the padt fit kets tro the VIsItIng ( FSt\W ,tuulecnts Ii ri. li.'n uII a' $2.50--for both stiit iini I., tI, kits S. is it not 'are that oJr tblajw. Atleti Department ph's ed AllI. 9.0OO twcket, (>r ii.h as g.n'rrI *dniisioii tickets foi $5.15' 6. Is it not lure thait the Athletic lhpartrmient 'reglected"' to publish iforirnttion Ii The Alligator. or otherwise Inform n hi lb ttn concerning the stlr (>f the,, ticket 7. finally. as it riot traw*, that is ireu of the lack of publicity, that yerzy few "I the 9,000 tickets found thy mselves in thi. htmd, of Florida studienrts lsolwrt .F ",I "fl L TiCket InlfllLaID EDITOR I km ending you thn f(,howinhg 11nfrmtiitn. ft (oflern' itthe ticket, sitta t lot for th, li Florida State game. We received .5,712 seats an the Est side., and 3,506 in the ernd ,or, making t total or 9,238. Since we Ar,' now playing homne-habthome there Is no special student rate. Our sttudenls pay full price whet' we play In Tallahassee and their's pay full price when they play down here. They receive the suime number of tickets when they play here, starting Al the 20 yard line on the West side. Our seats In Tallahassee start at about the 30 yard Ihrw on the East side. Otir students have Iwen buying seats all aLi, *nd since the price is the same to everycne we do not have any record of how many seatts were bought by students. When It becanme apparent that the game would sell oi narller than anticipated, we set side about I ,000 seit,, on the East side for our students, but I do nmt know how many they had already bought before tbis time. The stadium In Tallahassee seats, I believe, about 40.000 now, as compared to 4A.000 here. Percy Beard General Manager FSU Mum Sale EDITOR: Tle Florida State Recreation Society Is sponsoring a "Mum" sale Saturday, November 21, and wotuid appreciate it very much if you prior to the Florid. -Florida State game. "MU hi THE WORD" Mum, for the Florida -Florida State (amte alir (. ein v. Dr. ti .k. '!, Wh k is ii Ajit i It rihelp tI to ip Is i'ntIT ~ l I i i Iakiag Ilv-.!l di'ulr Lr. 'it trk. ki I iv ii 4i in i otr. thr.,' wa it Dr. N mu 'my imk.e ilss ltntihm iii. .4 gIMI( r Ipplt Withi hIs sttudet,.l .it', tet'%S tg oli, wori fIi Dr. V. irlev hi, Ittis, a a may erArL Iv 'b4hIel >turntM UN[ SPEAKER: TARIAN-UNIVEKR SA[IST DAVID W. BROWN Minister, TOPIC: II A M SUNDA Unitarian Church of UNITARIAN-UNIVERSALiSM HISTORIC ROOTS All Who Y, NOV Are InterIsted 8 z F;i. OFF .P Hi All All I S Oriondo AND OUR Age Welcome 1024 NW I0tk AVENUE & Sat. Only on A L L Fl $3.98 $4.98 /N & Stereo ALBUMS .r.O I .Only -w eTTeR~ 398 0 AND up L.P's $2 98 $3.75 -Open ISELL HOODED PARKAS -t-)pcn I V.7? K i d e GA TOR CLA SSIFIEDS Get Ihings Done Coil 376-3261 Ext. 2832 owyou can buy yo.r prk.with a. wlthouI your achl mblen, at nO etra cod 10 nylon pa tk.away In It, own pouch O your. now, S.,, ,"*Mi 0p U C*AZ LIZ W. ttnlversly Avi. C CO Now parka school cost tucks pouch

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S The an dr, A joKr [For Reni Apariment. lust lllrock% camIpUs. Coni.*ct at 3 rd Place. t K VI.'[ froirr Ideal for people. 8-lol7 or S824 NW Apt. 437. (B-57It-c). APARTMENT AVAlABl E on twfore Jiii. I. $75.00 monthly; 2 bedrooms. 319 NW 1st Street, Ap. 4. Call 2-7035 or 6-2&.3 (B-57-3t-p). I BEI)ROOM Furnishi.d apartment. Modern & air-condittoned. Call 2-5894 between 5:30 & 7:00 p.m. in after 11:00 p.m. (B-56-31-c). SMALL FURNISHED CCB Cottage at Linda Ann Court, Ocala Road. Weekly or monthly rates. Available until Jan,. I. C all FR 6-5826. (B56-31.-c). FtJRNISHED HOUSE AVAILAB E .Ian. first. Suitable for 4 bojys. Call Mr. Mson aat 6-641 (B-54-4t-r). Wanted NEED M beginning seer modern aart Close to carmp 402 NW 1Sth (C-57-lt-p). COED TOS privat. home, phone, quiet, Call Jdith at (C-56-3t-c). AL E 1100 )nd I ri meste Iment with ~us. ('all ER Street. A MM ATE r. Large kltchon8-2185. pt. #41. HARE Iarge room, bath, maid service, 1709 NW 11th Road. 6-3747. $35 month. WANqTED: Rfl5EM for trip to Bradenton, Naples. etc. Leaving Wednesda y, No'. 25 In p.m. Returning Friday intimefor Miami gase. Contact Don Federman In Student Publications, Eut.2832, or late at night at 8-21g3. (C-S3-7t-nc). POI{ RENT OR SALE 2 bedroom, Pilth lake front horn completely (UimsIhrt. Call John DIllon, 312G58 to, details. (I-IS-St-c). l.AINESVILI E AREA INVESTMI NT IROIERTIES Combine hIgh1 return and excellent hix benefit. Call Charile Mayo, MAI{Y MUELLER REAL ESTATE Services pI{O) ISl'NAI. TN PINM, ria.ii m try liotn. By lil('TAPI'[Nltlts ,r cpy work.M,.Ii iiTna intoloigy pl~sedj. 01 Ippfl ved (radualr list. (all Mrs. Lyons inyllnm. 6-7160. (M--7ItFor Sale IDE Al.LU)ME for inmversi ty & Medca I Cciite r pe rs' 'n1w .lovely 10(41t01n C min, frm Unlv. 3 brdro'm. 2 bath with large living spare. f1. A firnnCIn1g. Call FR 6-4097. (A-'i-20t-i). 1964 Il(NI)A SO. Very Clean. $225. Un,, 1964 /.UNDAP' it C2yclerim. Phonw 378-2811. (A55--tV-c). USED SMITII-CORONA Portable jutcleand. Se at 3224 N.W. 13th Strpet. First trailer on left. (A-53-St-c). ': ni NI. Pk For Sale I [N I
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GATOR CI A S AUtos hi ~4' hkP< ~ leE. I ~ 44 \ ~L > ri, I j U. lET hty~ Hid *xtr is. I'rtc p 400 II 42$ ~2$~fl. I THE WORLDWIDE BESTSELLER EXPLODES WITH SUSPENSE ON T HE SCREEN 0 V it, tip 'C FIlL SAFE A AAX F YOLJISIEI SiDN0EY IUMtET ""'* O All the Hoover N 44 X(t N. I .CgL' IL'0 I I' K,'.' A 184 I i \ Ien 'I}I $00.( ii it 54'-4). ft. \ 4! I }, II 't q I. *1 [ -~ I Ii ''~'II. 4 V \1 'Il NP 'A, II' Ii 'I, V. PL't.PiiptT' '''I. PEEL. it IJ~ g 'I! I ~l 'p ''I php lit A>' Sp.,,, Help Wanted IT-MA! F APTIST nil lyimc. Must be profit lent it lay-out design irid production met'hanic's. Bring samples to Pepper Printing Co-. bet ween'I IC a.m. und 4 p.m. 1024 S. Mali, Street. (E -55-St-c)-. STI'lENT or STUDENT WIFE to .1slst in t> pI I lOpy fur Ilirida Alligatox .Profimn'nt typing ability mna1toi V. Sonpe ight work. C ll Mr. Mo, letl0o-26584 E-55-tf-.). Saturday. CallI Mr. Dobbs at Buys Club. H > 25 14!. (E-55-tf-c). An Uinforgeffable Musical Experience .IN CONC ERT .AND BIG DANCE The Most Creative Musical Giant Of This Generation! gn a r cnXXXa] is Orchestra And 'The Railets JACKSONVILLE COIS SATURDAY, Nov. 21 -Price, Mail Orders to Ray Charles, %o WHO IS THIS JOE NAMED POE?' To The Gators: it is my Mandate that you Instigate and Activate to the Ultimate a State that will Exterminate Decimate.Circumnavigate. .Deflate. .DeninCate.Deoate.Deflagrte.Defomote. Degdoe.Demoroate. .Devostate. .Devate and Devaluate. What I mean. ;s, Relegate Florida Stote to a Deleted Estate. In other words, to WelI.-Gawd Gotor Bait. Signed', CASHBOX (I Ain't Smartest, But m The The "~ I, p IpI P ''4. lilt'! it-. iNk I N u \I ft.r 5. F,, I ill Ii. (I.811+ @ KSWAL.FN withi sipn~t. $27 .quitv pid t ike ,vtt U55-IIc 1964 liAT 4 1*13 %s 1Ii,n 0 excllntI ornditior with only 84 '' miles. $250 equl ly ,knd take >ve, halarprr of $750. May he setn it 104 SW Bib SI, iett ifter S p.m. (,-54-If-n ). 1964 MC lijy CIIhI,, (Otik. I' H 0, see ii P 19111 All A (MW-. '114 or bhth. C dll it,, 8-1052 or UR '-163 Ike hitrsi.(-44tf-). 957 PLY MOUTH 2-dr V-B t.RY hardtop. PudlP, h.4trr YtI.k shift iii floor. goisd hir. Ext hitnt buy (pi $295. (ill 2-J2Si after pjm. 4 p-44Iti-). Hillel Fi 'K Openly ii 'I \N C I lip)! fte p J I ii SPAGHETTI you can eat for only 97c STRIP STEAK, French tres, molii, butter Dance 'ti 2 a.m. in THE FORUM 97c ROOM *King Feud Explodes I ~tp~I Hi' '~1 It s 'hIt0II \1' -.h Vie? Claims 3 US. ets I I WNi tipsas hpA tow~n 'Cip'I I ii lumxgiw oth w ti1hp II hun' A r Nmrth \ ietiparise ti-i ji ii. it h I t iniW bIIIe. It ,uiig. thu ,ti of a &f a I. lit f~Jt' Way f rm IIhe ilreg. Amnd i p ,rntruIon IIntit North V (et Njum. so s Me etnng hoi tonight wi. Ikld lIat nIgh~t. Alp artlele ytstd.y anjn op thata metingof St 1$ (Smt lety fur thi aoblirItpu of the Tirnorsi-r 5). t.-m)-wuld I.,ke platt tatrighut. Is mTeettIigK WS th'd ladt hgIht. Studiitst *istlij t know lih, dii, of lip inixt fhi*tlitg ihiuld I ord. I F r k < titer ir. ihIlirtn of YThl'. ,undation mIcontjrt maicFALL DANCE Nov. 21, 8:30 p.m. a i ell *1n p P tph'e. .m a ~~Ne I ue I I~ 'C sLtilv filling lo p,.lth ,'ihs i. tv s o e iii 'di vwtA ith NIl wht#WII In IMI pgs Wedpn,,itiy. II, mold thnm liutly that King w s "t nmost 1011%ou itl I Ii iih, country fur <,,lan 11w' I II in Albany, (a. would rut irt on elvii rights Compitintsbtet iLnse 1y art southKiuug, v.'jt onint in the Bjh.Ih, NIbej [Pemjg PI' t. ritalijeed turkly In t.'legrum fto Iocver Mpvlt, 1w wa .'fl).il,.d and surI hljoi Elm rIOQIb~~ aLliCAtOR XL)VER T ISIN(G honw in itt thirS ninting th. y IF I Et P S I I ) I 1 EUM $2 to $2.50 Jax Coliseum Free Admission VY~[coupon 4., This coupon it good for 0 a 25c dscount on any' item on our menu.s void fter ov. 2 --if'' '(' SPECIAL: 25$ OFF L 4 n una n Fo & & L3E @

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Florida Gators: 'Never FSU Never' atm fouuit,.Il eirlip dl! wVek id th,. Oi ing, .rnil 111u. hop. to mie it stind up when Florid,. iarki, F lurid. St.te ( S-S;) tomorri w it oank S. C:ampbeli Stadium I'1 Tallahassee. Some 42,900 fans, l ar ge st sorting crowd ever gathered ai Tallahassee, are expected for 1hk game. Both Coach Ray Graves and Bill Peterson report their squads up for the contest and the probable bowl bid which will go to the winner. "W e know dare still in the Is a strong candiidate for more than one howl'' said Coach Graves. Offensively the Gators will be better prepared to make a strong bid for a win than they have since thy Mississippi rout Oct. IC. Since the game with the Rebels at least one member of the Gator starting team has been missing from each game. Th, most predominant of the absentees being tailback Jack Harper and wingback Alan Poe. Harper missed the Alabama, Auburn and Georgia games due to a knee Injury. Poe missed the last treequartersbfu hetaba JunIor Gary Thomas, tight end, missed the South Carolina, Alabama~ hand.Georgia games with "We'll need everybody we can get on offense to move the ball against FSU," says Graves. "They have on. of the finest defensive line. in th, country arid will mak, it tough on u&,' the Florida coach said. "It sure is nice to sHarper, Poe and Thomas hack in tha lineup," he said. Florida's offensiv, work this wee k has been concentrated on many ph., and the burden to be taken on by the Uin. ha. been a m.jor concern to the Gator coaching staff all week. "Our offensive line has simply got to do a good job against PSI) for is to have any kind of a chance,"' says Graves. "'flits is where we can win or loge and tlh. challenge it there for our offensIve hine," he said. "However, I believe, from watchIlg the films of MSU, our Oflensiwe line knows what they are facing," the ater coach said. Orne of the biggest threats the Gators will have to tic. iS Seminole tlankerbaek Fred Biletnikoff, who i third iin the nation in pass recolqn and R0th in the nation itn sCOfUW. "I think Biletnikoff is one Of the finest receivers rye Seen In collegiate football and the biggest challenge our em.ns has taced this 9easoh,"' says Graves. However, the Giler passing combination of Steve Spurrner and lonesome end3 Charles Casey WI)) also begiighemnldfn a workout. Both Graves and Peterson have also innounced.'new offensive wrinkt." for the tilt between the two state collegesPeterson has announced that see ret Oflensvy formations installed this week for Florida F' ,~14 9 ATRAW NEVER FSU NEVER word from Gator coach Albert was slightly upset last week because we only printed ten of the twenty nine games that he picked, Of those ten, Albert picked seven right, which gt'es him a 112-39-5 record -for a .742 percentage. And now for my predictions. First, of course, is THE game. Most of the sportswriters in the country, who should havebeer, copying my column all year, think that this game Is going tobe close. But I can't stomach that. The Seminole. will lilt up their skirts and run as the Gators romp, 28-7. And now for my qpsets of the week. This week I will pick two of the nation's undefeated teams to get theirs. I am *twe that this is the only column that you will see thes, predictions In, so watch these games: Iowa over Notre Dame-Snook's passing will lift oft-beaten Iowa past the overconfident Irish. They will med a few Shamrock. Oklahoma over Nebraska -The disappointing Sooners will want this game bad -I think they'll get It. In other games: Michigan over OhioSt.-The Wolverbes' superior running game will make the difference. Illinois over Michigan St. -M. looked so bad on T.V. last Saturday, I couldn't pick them. L.S.U. o'er Tulane -Happy ThawnksgIving, Tlgers. Wait unyl the Gators chew you up. Miami over Vanderbilt-It seems that all of our future opponents start feeling their oats just before they play us. North Carolina St. over Wake Forest -Rebound from last week. Arkansas over 'Tenas Tech -It looks like an 'undefeated season. Baylor over S.M.U. -The Bears .nhbl*. Ray Gr yes NEVER word from Seminole Kansas over Missouri just guessing, because whe Sa-s? Oregon over Oregon St. toss-up. Penn St. over Pitt -On strength of their win over St. adit his injedi Lqut~ urr. im ii pI Lye!s IIVe *r~Wouwi ig thr sLogan their llelmi.,t lxkw tiny do every wcek. ird 1w Uftor Locket room is ilsi< o; ereL with the words. "I'd rather be thinking never than maybe,' said Coach Rm craves yesterday when asked about Seminole Coach Bill Peterson's remark that he was taught ingrade scho.,l to avoid sin g ''never'" and "always." 'We get up for every ball game snd pla eachrgame one atatimne," Graves reported theGators have one of their best week's of the year at prvjctice, and he feels the team is up for "the most dramatic gamte ever played in the state." NY NEVER coach Bill Peterson -1 Duke over North Carolina -Put up your Dukes! -A the Ohio Purdue over Indiana -Big rivalry-lousy game. Rice over T.C.U. -Texas Chris-tian is married to the church, and Saturday they'll have Rice thrown all over them. Southern Cal over U.C.L.A. Which one of these also-tans is going to the Rose Bowl' California over Stanford -Wow! 14QtwOten lu04 p tn ~jr Jim HI. Dowling Jr. Special Agent 215 N. W. 10th Ave. 378-1391 Lig' I U -0 9 -*eI ShoCk lift Ca PROGRAMMING & A UDI TING MORTGAGE* RE TIREME NT r SPORTSMEN'S CYCLE CENTER 617 N. Main St. SUZUK I Sales & Service

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I 'IC. a (V Gators Face State's 'V -Ii jt b rrLUth 'h t h -\11lu si dhug k Iiat. tihi shin1 tif 'ver-r 1,1lw ock, Te"" w ii ''md e k 'I he Werk". iThs holutil wi' unfirrici See Eurape' or LessAll Student Trips Travel in a smml group with other students of your some age and interests. All-expense low-cost trips by ship or plane: ADVENTURER: 47 days -10 countrIes -$1072 BUJCCAl4EER: VOYAGEUR: VAGABOND: 62 days -IC countries (i. Greece) $l296 69 days -14 countrIes (inch. Scandinavia) $1440 46 days 14 countrIes (minc.Russia) $1199 Write for FREE itineraries and details, to: A MER ICA N Y OU TH A BR OA D 44 University Station, Minneapolis, Mirunesota 55414 COLE STOCKMAN I II :I r1 I -e~ I I i4 pI J It i tri .i .ii I I ,, pn e V 'I,, ii [I K,> bI, K 'ugi s ,Is id quitk Iihits, pilltyling tht's 't'irin nniiThlr of retIthfl' tilt y iris g eIne. or ISI wi it! flu, Floyd led F lo PIa Sat. fc,il ig ot 13111 Pet rson said. "Floyd Is probably th. nioet undcrpublic ed player Inn thy south."' ien! floridta Il-Team ( otch larry Travis itidedi, ''Floyd mitkes unln lie vale catches. and I, a fine runner too. He churns for a few extra yards with every reception.'' Tensd throws to Floyd when Rlletnikoff Is doubl.-c (V4r Mo,,t of Floyd's tcrabs have vonw' o" key third d"w" plas Fby]rd has amassed 491 yards with 34 recept"on a oi" t""Chdlow"-. Junior halfback Phil Spxonwi lays modt of the uroundwork mr FSU's (,frftIve wr,'cking lrw. When FSUJ oe's run, Tunsi relies on Spooner. Lee Narrainor. and Waynw('Inr-. dlin,, both sophomores, %hare 1h1 chores at the ruilback slot. Said Head Florida foothill go.,h Ray Graves "'FSU prefers power sweeps Inside the endts. Their runners pattern their ground c.mnw titer the Green Ray Packers-cut(ing in where ,i hole develops. "Phil Spooner is an idedl runner for this tvoe of attack." '[hi ''I S CII K .I AFII I 1i gt h I t~ ~ru'sK&I~ Ii ii liptilit 5 tbIL V L flip Ic, tin,, wraith F n. ormd o-, topisani itt it k. 1 t liju iv NoI t illri St.t uqlo I-si 4t a IS-yinrd lIt. pay, ''I loidil Stilt' Is xot real drep, so tlltugh lb. Sermanol,-s do ts~ the Iwo-platoon 'ysl.em, they i iol havye much b'yuuid the fli 22 playrs rh. SemhiENoe hay,' a real tough derfensve unit. Their line Is iggrei .svc jni unyielding. I belIev, yOU rcfl thruw oil them easier than you ean, run onth' m." said Travi,. Travis credits two IInrstaakers* Dick Hermann and Hill Mci)wrlIwith making 90 prr cvnt of the tacke tackles. PSII'. Frank Permir, 242-powWd sl'n'w'a' of t1' ,o-ral.d Seve"n Magnlficpnts., wns votrudth.' Nats's top li"emen '"' list week by 'l'. AP .1u. to hIN play against North ( arolina State. Gravp' said, "'1 think it will be I defensive football Rjme. P5U has stor.d only three touchdown. on Ilorida in alt years. Ilowyver, this year Florid. 8tat. hi, one of it. Ainrsl fraa. 'They Are ivirging "ver 300 yard. In totat offvnne a game. Bletnikoff has accounted for over lOG yards per (wine himself. The Seminoles .,ffn, is also .xphlsve. Against the thaenhighlyregarded Kentucky Wildcat., 1511 plied tJp 48 big point. Thbe I niversiIv cia Now Available rins off -campis M4*IUs AeM *f 'aia" TENS Sigma Nu Loe Gm Sigma Nia tried vainly twic. from th, three yard lIn, to score It the Orate leagu. finals yesterday afterinoon against Phi Chits Tbet. but failed and lost the match, 7.I, Both team,. fought for scortr4 po~ In lii sore hal and Sigma Nu, with 20 secods r.-mnaining, got the beal! on the IC yard line. Three p. acmp. failed luring the final *.counda. Phi Delta Th,.ta' Pst milliwgham put the Phi D.31. ahead I-C ini lb. first half with 593 yard Sigma Nu ram., beck with a 50-yard pens-lateral ran by Tom hMcCrae. Jay lDonelly wont o for the tr. pxInt. With second. remaining in lh. first half, Phi IMlt'. Terry PtAmer threw a 30 yard p.,. to Jim (landi for azmther 6 poInt. Staisat icall y, Sigma NMutttemp~ted 32 pas. and completed IS. Phi Delta attempted 29 and compi-t-d IIPhi Dolts inter;.jted5ti se and Sigma N. snagged on'. IYulee Wins nIb, .'v,. ejid f I Inlby de sofiball game or tiuIIai OS On irg uhile uInia( wi hand. Wte kt t. btll Well. liii Iijt way thiigsw@S Iestr. y I iihY tile. Area girls took j Z2' 4 v1c0o Over' the PU G4,.mmlA Dl).Il frdternlty Ia a totjart trw r IhrojrI ItelchWhS neil $30.69. A crowetlestimatedat IRS dcbed uimizinely sald ceftlajy we c witlwdt laughs -s gfrIgpttni I, tSe coafu.d eth first. In ainthef lUC~SS, he girls collided II Che Ofili tzpbg S. icet a eq% Wh y. a m o. The PM Gain aed an Ms hag *, first hose as. thgy ahgis to fiSH the belt. What ibreadceSt h bsrssjcjn hlgqkas en ni ga e tched me. a ajhuo by Tie. T -B K SPURRIER 'I I e t Of Florida

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i4.iqt. A Alan 's Sandwncnes on A Pedest at? Not a bod idea, but why not save them for hungry students9Alan's customer, put his sandwiches they belong---in enjoy it, too. right where their stomachs. They They come back for more. And more. see, Al just doesn't have enough time to make to1.He sondwkches far that pedesneeds It all to satisy every time you see an empi al, think of Alan. your stomach Alan's C He can saj Isn't empty. UBAnA R customers. ty pedesire guiaranl61252 Alan's mRisteR Sanbwich Shop in the CaRolyn Plaza 7A 4* I tixuirtc' gift (it I I a tour-ply pure to Eingland by Alan Ptne smart uddle shoulder %,: atntj PURE CAMELHAIR ~WEA~ERS ENGL.AND camclhatir made fully fnshuwed, "s V to46. with r UT )ONJ&ANl 1123 W. Univ. Ave. Friday, November 20 TOP 20 TEAMS MiaiPir~ U Ha e-in 46 HSti CaSeIme Snt U Wle P*.*I *0 S I, Saturday November 21-Major Colleges Aseaes a mate .mnS~c een a. He Ce *-aS. ase Th. T3kb last It.rm Chat Tfleae nfl.,MinlasippI eei. en Thuas Wsn oaeen SataN m., a UF sas 'seae -a n SNOTRE CAME 2-a MSma 2-MICHIGAN 4 -ARKANSAS 5NEBRASNA Not,. Dame woo "ceavincor" to put FOR ALL STEXAS 7 -OHIO STATE SFLORIDA g-L L.U. 16-SOUTHERN CAL .34 to 7 "coovlncer" GAINESVILLE HIGH NEW YORK GIANT FOOTBALL I -PENN STATE 12ILLINOIS I3-MINNESOTA 14 -MISSISSIPPi 1 -FLORIDA STATE P.IK. YO NGE GAMES. is 17 'S I, -OREGON STATE -SYRACUSE -TULSA -(E301* TECH 2 -E0R03A last week over Michigan Stake,. znmah of a them right back in the Number 0n spot in the nation ahead of Alabama. Iowa is on the program thus Saturday, and In the. past the Hawks have spelled troubl, for the Irish. Not thu pear, however. ..11he Notre Damers will keep on winning, this tin. by two touchdowns. Second-ranked AiibM. has already wrapped up the Southeast Conference championship, and I. sitting tii week out. In the Big 'Ten, the championship and 3rd-rated Michigan and 7th-ranked Ohio Stat. the 1964 Big Ten Marble Buckeyes by S point. the roses go right down to the wire between A ND EAST (small colleges) ana Tf FSimu Maii weOs-.-ar ren--ilis U--a F-ur *iSmfeytc tirZLImesm The ulner takes all the marbles, so King WIll be iihe Wolverines of Michigan. They'11 clip the 8th-ranked Florida Is Involved in a big intra-state headliner with 15th-rated Florida 8t. The Gators will bump the Shminole8 by fir. L.S.UJ. is gtb, and they're 17 points too strong for Tulane. On the West shd@ water is real, of the Rose Bowl picture in the Pacific Athletic Conference. the real mwldy with 10th-ranked Southern Cal, id-ranked Oregon Stat., and unranked U.C.L.A. all In the champIonship picture. The Trojans are 14-point favorites to sink th. Uchans, while the Beavers of Oregon Stit. should whip arch-rival Oregon by 3 point. Southern California and Oregon State will tie for the league title, with the mostest In roses going to Stats since the Trojan. were In the bowl Just two years ago. Well, at least that's one person's opinion. Unranked North Carolina Stat.e cn take Atlantic Coast night by edging the Deacons of Wake Forest by one point. Three nMw members Joined the Top Conference honors Friday 20 "AssocIation" this week. It's always fun to pick up now members. ..then it starts a big argument -s to whether they belong there or not) Minnesota Is lath. Mssistipi (we've heardi about them somewhere before) Is l4tb, and *18 Is Tulsa. Michigan Stat., wayside. Purdue and Tennessee fell Just a bit by the MIDWEST (small collages) ma elmas Eflt e. M Sefis Mse ks,. C keauma osAnae flme ate M ti.WMgeam a otee retan SOUTH (small colleges) A.-"a 'e.1 056.Shigib M Ee"'"' S-v & teq U.T.M. Leaa p-s.Ia UC.ii.g. asm aenu Lebaen A-. Tm S Ive HONDA SCRAMBLER, m.accte. Model CLlb. most agile .J The College Life Foothill Forecast The Games -.ahe only exclusively 4. caiipany selling to college men. Fl. t FSU 3 Ill. v Mid,. St. Iowawy Notre Daee MImt. v Wise. Nebr. .Okth. Miami v Vanderbilt N. Carolina y Dits Tea. t iy. Oregon St. v Oregon Peon St. .Pit Lambda Ch1 A1pa Pb. Moan Dame1 C LICA Fl.flu. Notre Dame Mini,. Miami Tann Oregon Pitt T. Epsilon PhIA TI. D. baYou So -t Listen To WGO, 1230 0. Your Rudlo Diil College Life Insurance mammmmmwas ree a ..a.--. rpm r =


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