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The Girls't Girls Anymore

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The = FloridaALLIGATOR.IJFK Flame

Still BurnsSEE

Vol..57, No. 57 University of FloridaGainesville Monday, Nov. 23, 1964 ( PAGE FIVE)


,#L :]!!! DAILY"s -Powder Keg I

Got Hot, But


ry n '* t tR ti I No ExplosionTALLAHASSEESome
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delirious football fans sat on a
powder keg called Doak Campbell
Stadium Saturday but the post-
game explosion that was expected
never came.
The dampness from the winners'
tears and fact that Florida State
controlled the game almost from
the start were probably the two
factors that kept a post-game fight
from Igniting.
Officials from both schools had
p I girded for a possible post-game
1t entanglement between the two
n; heated rival student bodies,but the
two groups never got together.
Seminole fans stood In their
., .
seats for several minutes after

I'' I SATURDAY'S STORY shows on the faces of UF's coaches ( ;to right) Pepper Rogers, Ray Graves and the titanic affair was over basking
In the fresh feeling of victory
Gene Ellenson as they watch the Gators lose in Tallahassee. (Photo by Ron Sherman) almost, It seemed unable to t>e.,

-- lIeve what they had witnessed.On .
the other hand, Florida fans
Painted quickly left the stadium with little
Albert Again;, to cheer about and less to say.
Nearest thing to more than
I verbal exchange came during halftime -
when two Florida State students
Vandalism Hits UFAlbert { carried a banner urging the
Gators to visit a place called
Hades. Catcalls from the Florida ,
the alligator and a UF M. King was"painted,"apparentlyby Main Library, the main entranceto student body, several lobs of Ice, ).
FSU fan he attempting the and several other
Policeman were "painted" Fridayin an was campus and finally the referees ended the
a series destructive incidents to apprehend. places around the campus. affair.
believed caused by FSU students. According to reports, at about According to reports receivedby The tension In this capital city
| UF police files reported that 4 a.m., the policemen saw two The Alligator, virtually all was almost beyond belief as both
about 12:30 p.m., three boys and boys painting, "FSU" on the walkin sorority houses were painted sides waited In the pre-gamt
| three girls In a gold, 1962 Ford front of Peabody Hall and caughtone during the same early morning period for the battle to begin.
with an FSU sticker drove up In of them by the shoulder. hours in which Officer King was A line of Florida State students
front of Albert's pen. One of the When he did, the report said, "assaulted." However, none of the began to form early In the mornIng -
boys got out of the car, the report the youth whipped around and incidents were reported to the and the stadium was stuffedto
said, ran to the cage, threw red swiped the officer across the face police. Us new capacity by 30 minutes
paint on the alligator, Jumped back with a brush full of black paint, Joy Cherry, recording secretary before kick-off.
into the car and sped away.A whereupon he released the boy for Alpha Chi Omega sorority, The two student bodies-wisely
UF student near the pen said and both he and his companion said "FSU" was painted In blackon separated seating-wise by a 20*
one of the occupants yelled, "Try escaped. the back of the AChlO house, yard swath of general admission 1
and get that paint of the alligator' Paint was also found at the and "Go to hell, Florida," was ticket holders-swapped specialized g'
as they drove away. painted on the front walk. cheers even before the game
The report said the car had a Dean Adams said he suspectedthat started.
Sarasota County license plate and JFK Tribute all of the Friday events were The Seminole students would
is registered to Robert S. Yerkesof interrelated. suggest the same message writ
418 Valencia Road, Venice. Harry Day, FSU Dean of Students ten on the sign at halftime and
According to the report, Yerkesis was contacted late yesterday In
Florida would counter with,never,
an FSU student. Set TuesdayUniversity connection with the painting "
girls, never.
The Florida Highway Patrol was Incident Involving Albert, and reported -
that of then he had "not Florida State t was Florida State
reported to have checked all roads as ,
choir and club Yerkes. College' for Women prior td1949
leading from Gainesville Friday, glee directly contacted
but could locate neither the car nor members, under the direction of He did say though, that his staff and most Gator fans are slow to
Its occupants. Dr. E. Kelster will sing a tributeto was investigating. He would not Itt them forget It.
U. Vernon K. Ho 111man of the the late President John F. say what action has taken place Florida students passed out yellow
campus police said late yesterdaythat Kennedy tomorrow night at 8:15in and would not speculate on other paper just before the kIckoff -
be was not sure what action University Auditorium.The possible action. and waved that. FSU returnedthe
would be taken. He said he has main selection "Heritage He did comment, however, that insult by "yoo-hoolng" with asea
not yet talked to the prosecuting of Freedom" composed by UF be was "very distressed" at the of handkerchiefs at the Gators
attorney, but that the guilty persons Professor Russell Danburg, is a report which he received from And so the afternoon went-In
could be charged with vandalismon cantata based on the text of Dean Adams concerning the the stands at least.
state property or cruelty to Kennedy's Inaugural Address, vandalism on the UF campus. It was a day of tears for both
animals. January, 1961. Concerning the game itself, he sides, grins of victory for FSU
Frank T. Adams, Dean of Men, Other selections on the program said that from his contacts with and the grimness of frustration
reported that be turned the name will Include: "Cry Out and Shout" UF students at the game, "they for Florida.
of the car's owner over to the and "Album for Male Voices," could not have conducted them School officials gradually
FStLpean of Students, Harry Day, sung by the Men's Glee Club; selves better." breathed easier as the stadium
Wand that he was waiting to see "Ceremony of Carols," by the Albert's painting was his secondin finally cleared and the ring of
what action will be taken. Women's Glee Club; and "Twelve a week. On Nov. 13, he was policemen which had encircled the
In another Incident earlier Days of Christmas," by the painted white and an attempt was field immediately after the final
Friday, campus policeman James University Choir. made at the same to kidnap him. SAD DAY AT TALLY CUD dtJpentd.MOURNING .

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2, The Florida Alligator, Monday, Nov. 23, 1964 '

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:1 SPW: Play Progress Past Rehearsals II

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11 i 11 AGNES FOWLES Statistics indicate the complexity of the sceneryfor Aided by Norma Schultz and Holly Howard, Miss t:::
Stephenson works on costumes every day of the ::::
:::: running linear week. :;;
:;:: Staff Writer the play. A total of 1,000 several students
:::::::: feet of wood, 750 square feet of plywood, and 1,000 Although come in periodically to ::::
::: help, Miss Stephenson said any further help would be :::::s
1: ::: Preparation for the Florida Players presentation square feet of canvas are being used. Construction ;
:::::::: of "She Stoops to Conquer" Dec. 2-6 in Norman materials, such as paint and glue, cost a minimumof appreciated.She :::s

:::::::: Hall Auditorium is far beyond players' rehearsals. $1,000, Swanson estimated. requested that anyone Interested in sewing :;:::;S

:::::::: Backstage production is in three localities--the Fifty-eight separate lighting instruments are being stop over any night between 7:30 and 10:30, or any t:,

1: :::1: Florida Players Loft, Building OA and Norman used. Over 25,000 watts of power are contained in time Saturday. A student need not be experienced to .:::"::

:::::::: Hall.Work the 1,500 feet of cable employed for this lighting. be of assistance, she emphasized. :::;:

:::::::: on scene designing began the last week Much of the lighting is overhead and therefore not Costumes are first made out of muslin, then fitted :::::::

:;:::::: in October, according to set designer Henry Swanson, in direct view of the audience, Swanson explained. on the Individual actors. The muslin becomes liningfor :::1
:::::::: who is in of all students Involved In
charge lighting and technical 'A large number of are the
the costume as proper fabric is cut and sewn ::::::;
::::;::: direction for the show. Building of the set takes arranging for the production, Swanson stated. according; to the fitting, Miss Stephenson explained.A I
:;::;;r about six to eight weeks. Construction headquarters Although he does planning and designing for props,

:::::::: are in the Florida Players Loft and parts are a student committee headed by Marty Ferguson, lot of silks, laces, brocades and upholstery ::::

:::::::: assembled In Norman Hall Auditorium. 2UC, does the bulk of the work In locating them. fabrics are being used for this production, Miss :::;:;:

;:::::::: a The set for the 18th Century English comedy will "The production is an excellent learning experiencefor Stephenson said. Roughly 150 yards of material '::;:::

::::::::: try to suggest the atmosphere and style of an 18th the students," Swanson said. were purchased. Including the cost of cleaning after :;:::;:

::::::;:' Century theatre,. Swanson "Architectural Speech department undergraduate assistant Gerald the show, close to $300 is spent on the costuming. l

:::::: features of that time are being employed. It will Jones is production manager for the show. Accordingto
Theoretically, costumes will be completed for the ,:;;;:;
:::: be very elaborate and ornate"he added. Swanson, he is "very important in helping show
:::::: Around 25-30 faculty members and students are the right hand what the left Is doing." dress rehearsal this Sunday, November 29. ::1 1

:::;::;: involved at one time or another In making the set. At building OA, speech instructor MaryStephenson "Bit bj bit the set is put together In Norman Hall '::::::.

;:::::;: Swanson estimated that almost 2,000 man hours of heads work on costuming. Miss Stephenson has Auditorium. Because everything is very carefully'::::::.:

j1 work were put in on stage preparation, representing designed 20 costumes in late 18th Century style planned in advance, the diversity of preparation does :;:"

;:::::::: a "staggering amount of effort." for "She Stoops to Conquer." not seem too acute," Swanson concluded.GATOR fir!



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The UF's Billy Mitchell Drill of the 1,600 boys who will come < :"

Team will be on Channel Four out of our freshman and sopho-
television Dec. 4. more classes, only 200 will apply. ; t\ '

According to Captain Norman Half of these will be eliminated

Farmer, the advisor to the Air because they are not physicallyfit. '
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Force Reserve Officer Training Out of these, perhaps 35 or 1
Corp's (AFROTC) drill team, the 40 will get their commission."

32man squad will appear on a The UF drill team will go to
five minute film highlighting close Tallahassee again this year for

order and special drill. marching competition. After their +1

competition with FSU, they will go
An interview will be conducted \
to the Mardis Gras in New Or-
during the program concerning the
make-up of the team and part of leans. ADS
"We will march in both the
Its history.The .
Venus and King Rex parades,"
team, one of the smallest
stated Farmer."The Venus paradeIs
drill teams In the state, has won
a competition parade where we
drill competition with Florida
will barch against 10 other drill
State's AFROTC unit the last three
teams. Represented will be the ...
years In a row. "' .. ,'J .
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There are currently 12 sopho- UF's Gator Guard and Army's : 1\.. ,'.
mores and 20 freshmen on the counterpart of our drill team." '

squad. Only the officers of the According to Farmer, the teamIs ,

squad are in the advanced AFROTC in the process of seeking Invitations '
: -
program at the UF. to both the Inaugural ,
"We have some problems in parade In Washington D.C. and the

getting boys Into the advanced pro- gubernatorial inaugural parade in GEAREDi
gram." admitted Farmer. "Out Tallahassee.


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' L y o IP"y Dallas Is Silent


r ," For A MomentDALLAS

(UPI) The hush of a framed, hand-lettered 10-stanza
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cathedral fell over Dallas at 1 poem It was signed "A Dallas
o'clock: CST yesterday. As thoughled Texan."
11 ,/ by an unseen hand the 200 One wreath of fall flowers borean
people on the little plaza turnedas unsigned; card that read:
one and stared at the sun-bathed "We know what communism Is.
Ii sixth-floor window of the Texas We also know what extremism is."
School Dook Depository.Far The people were from every-
beyond the triple underpass, where. The figures in the tragedy, .
a a a train bellowed mournfully.The those still living, were not there.
J .. silence at the scene of the Jack Huby sat in his Isolated, f
; ; e assassination of President JohnF. heavily-guarded; cell in the county }
Kennedy was eerie. No one jair Just a stone's throw from the
said a word. Just those faces scene. Sheriff Dill Decker's office
turning upward to the window from said he was no different yesterday.
which Lee Harvey Oswald fired Decker said he did not know
the three shots one year ago whether Ruby observed a minuteof
LL' yesterday. Many then bowed their silence. Other prisoners did,
heads. he said.
Traffic stopped for a moment, Marina Oswald, widow of the
though some vehicles: including; assassin slain by Ruby, was In
:1 a post office truck, kept going. Doctor's Hospital with a stomach
j H5
An elderly couple in a car disorder.A .
with Texas plates stopped their spokesman for Marina at the
vehicle at the moment right at hospital said "she was a very sad
j: the spot where the President'scar girl all day."
; had been. They looked at "She said she felt very sorry
the scene, then slowly drove off. for Mrs. Kennedy! and the
What flags that flew In the children," the spokesman said.
i city--few are flown on Sunday- Marguerite Oswald, Lee
; were at half-staff, as Mayor Harvey's mother, said she would
Erik Jonsson requested.The not leave her homo In Fort Worth
churches were filled. for fear "some cranks" might be
+ 'x ;lSS Pastors led congregations silent out. Police said she had receiveda
or audible prayer. Kededication threatening phone call. Mrs.
." was the theme.It Oswald said she observed the
was a chill, bright sunny moment of the president' deathIn
day, quite different from the balmy silence.
temperatures that brought 230,000 Ambulances sped into Parkland
; { r rtpts,7K Dallasites out to cheer President Memorial Hospital all day .. dog-
Kennedy one year ago yesterday. bite; hemmorrhage; hand Injury;
Bundled against the chill, people a woman about to give birth.
brought their children or came nut trauma room No. 1 -. the I
alone or in family groups to the emergency room where the
plaza with its reflecting pool that president was taken .- was closed
at a .,' ttr4w u sits atop the grassy slope alongside yesterday. A wreath was hung on
the roadway, Just across the Its door.
street from the School Dook Dr. William Kemp Clark, who
Depository.More pronounced the President dead,
spent the day at home with his I
than a score of wreaths family.In .
some in gay fall colors, some In Austin, Cov. John D. '
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Belgium with full backing from the Lorldan charged that "an undetermined I:
United States, asked all U.N. nations number of civilian,
,.; yesterday to appeal urgentlyto Congolese and foreign, have already -
<, the Congolese rebels In Stan- been murdered and the threat
: leyville to spare the lives of about of execution of a hostage of for
; '
;S S55:.,r.t,.. L." '.. 1,000 hostages, Including scoresof elgn nationality has been postponed
"IP \' Americans.The only until Monday, Nov 23."
;" The Belgian ambassador

r' ., :, '1 1t extraordinary appeal called referred to the threat of the Com
for Immediate release of the captives munist-backed Stanleyville regime
whose safety has caused to execute American missionary
Increasing concern as Concoltselovernm.nt Dr. Paul Carlson Monday a* an
S t\ troops continue to advance alleged American spy.
WDE on the rebel-held capital of Reports from the Congo say government
Stanleyville. troop advancing onStan-
number 6 main south
street Belgian Ambassador to the U.N. leyvllle may not reach the city
Walter Lorldan urged the actionIn before tomorrow or Wednesday
a letter to this month's president The Belgians have flown force
of the Security Council, U.3. of ISO paratrooper to St. Helena
FEATURING NOTTINGHAM SUITS CORBIN TROUSERS LORD JEFF SWEATERS Ambassador Adlal Stevenson. and Ascension Island on standbyfor
Stevenson said the U.S.government possible emergency action to
"fully associate Itself with the ave the hostages.

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4, The Florida Alligator, Monday, Nov. 23, 1964 '
r p'

Packard Tells Why 1

u.s. Buys and BuysJOE 4

WALDORF become ingenious in seeking to "The chief designer at Ford

Staff Writer play on our hidden needs and Motor Co. is a former women's
Advertising's "hard sell" has anxieties," Packard said. dress designer."

made the American public a Women, for example, changethe Self-love and status also
hedonistic (pleasure loving) mass color of their hair as often characterize the mode American

which buys for buying's sake alone, as they do the color of their scene as a result of advertising,

Vance Packard told an audienceof gowns, shoes, and gloves, Packard Packard said."Every .
about 650 in University 12 minutes I see a girlon
Auditorium, last Thursday night. "switch to bewitch"resultsIn TV looking into the mirror J
"Advertising is fascinated with tens of millions of husbands saying she never felt so clean
PI members food
ALPHA EPSILON present baskets
the idea of making us more who have never seen the natural and fresh," he said. And in
hedonistic," said Packard, a color of their wife's hair," he feeling so fresh, she knows that collected recently to UF President J. Wayne Reitz

self-styled American critic and added. she is ahead of all others, since The 68 baskets, collected by four fraternities will
author of three best selling books. The "hard sell" Is turning her "Ford tail lights are big
This hedonism is indicative of America into a "nation of enough to let people behind her be distributed among the needy Gainesville familiesfor

the American changing characterand happiness seekers building a fun know that she is ahead of them." Thanksgiving. From left are, Barry Burak, Dr. Reitz
was brought about by an culture," Packard said. Status has affected us so much,
increase In goods consumption and Advertising uses a process Packard said, that "we trade in and Kenny Levin.

the Influence of advertising called "psychological planned our cars every two and a half

Packard said."Advertising. obsolesence," to tell the public years, our friends every four
pressures are put that they are happy only when they years, and, out in California, our IFC Drive Nets
before us to make us more eagerto own the newest products,he added. wives every seven years."
consume and to move the "Convincing people that styleIs That Johnnie must have his own
mountain of goods made possibleby important implies that they are car to drive to school In is another

our economic Ingenuity," In style when they switch styles," result of advertising, Packard 68 Food BasketsThe
Packard said. Packard said. said.

In moving this mountain of goods, He gave the automotive Industryas "Schools have to build more
"advertising pressures have an example. parking lots to accommodate
r student cars, when the school members of four UF Kappa Alpha collected two.

boards are complaining that they ,fraternities spent Thursday night Coordinator Mike Berman said
23 AFROTC Cadets don't have enough money for getting donations of food for the the food stuffs will be used to
educational purposes," he said. Interfraternity Council's (IFC) feed about fifty families and that
I The "hard sell" is evident in first annual Thanksgiving basket the drive was indicative of the

our national holidays as well, drive. IFC service to the community.He .
Tapped For Society/ according to Packard. Alpha Epsilon Pi brothers and said he was sure that severalof

"Advertising has turned pledges led other fraternities in the needy families In the Gaines-
Christmas into a $7 billion binge," number of baskets collected with ville area, will be able to enjoya
I Twenty-three students have been Names of those selected for
Packard said. "This year the trendis 32. Sigma Chi collected 25 baskets, Thanksgiving dinner through the
j tapped for membership intheUF'sAir membership In the honorary
toward monster toys. The Kappa Sigma collected nine and IFC's effort.
Force Reserve Officers'Training group and their hometowns:
' primary example of this," he
Corps (AFROTC)chapterof DELLE GLADE, Alvin
said, "is the guillotine which
the Arnold Air Society. Schlechter; BRANDON, Elwin R.
comes equipped with a basket witha TIRED of WALKING ?
I As members of the university'sadvance ; ,
head in IU"!
Air Force ROTC, tappees George G. McCulley; FT. MYERS,
In this ,the most remarkable
also must have a minimum 2.5 Cllve A. Arlington; FT. WALTON way
achievement of modern
overall grade average and a 3.0 BEACH, Earl W.ConnorGAINES marketingis
average in Military Air Science. VILLE, Daniel H. Cromer Jr., its effect on children, Packard there are
said. 41
Charles M. Heltsley Jr., Alan E. "Tens of thousands of nine year __ c always goodtransportation
Wright, Ronald E. Smith, RichardP.
Honorary Frat Solloway; GREEN COVE old girls, for example," he said, buys

SPRINGS, Christopher Ptachlk; "are wearing" brassieres to be like ''-' listed i in the Gator

INDIAN LAKE, Kent D. Austin; mommy.
This effect on children Is Classified Section.
Gives AwardMichael JACKSONVILLE, Randolph E. Lee
Jr.; MIAMI, Druce R. Matza; especially Important, according to
ORANGE PARK, Ross E.Miles III; Packard. r Call Univ. Ex. 2832.
H. McCardell, a seniorIn "We must envision the 21st
ORLANDO, Lawrence M.Lyon Jr.,
the UF Department of Building Century, since most of today's
Gerald C. Salvo; PENSACOLA,
Construction has received a youth will spend part of their
Charles E. Fosha SARASOTA,
$113 scholarship from the campus ; lives in It," Packard said.
Christopher Hagar; ST. PETERSBURG The Casual Woman
chapter of the National Honorary Therefore It is Important that
Robert S. Lindsey,Forrest
Lambda Chi Construction "we
Scholastic Sigma ask ourselves where we are
R. Nichols Jr.; VALPARAISO,
Fraternity. going as a society and what kind
Richard E. Post; and MOBILE,
The award was made on the basis of world we will leave to be
ALA. J. May.
of academic grades, Interest in Inherited," he said. Gai ncsvi l lie's newest
construction, and participation

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McCardell also Is a member of "I.-

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Monday, Nov. 23, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 5 .

I Millions Pause As Flame Flickers On"Let II

the word go forth from this Nov. 22, 1963, shone brightly tional Cemetery. But the eternal tion" to his predecessor's ideals, despite the near.lreulncweather.

time and place, to friend and foe yesterday in the hearts of millions flame flickered and burned on. quietly attended Interfaith Among the wreaths delivered to
alike, that the torch has been who
paused to remember him. In churches, synagogues,streets memorial services in Austin,Tex. the grave was one of blue and
passed. His brief presidency, said one, and homes across the land and Jacqueline Kennedy spent the day white carnations In the shape ofa

was the 'springtime of a new throughout the world-from Washington in seclusion In her New York star. It was a remembrancefrom

By ROBERT M. ANDREWS America.'* to Saigon to Moscow-it wasa apartment with her children, Caroline the Secret Service.

United Press InternationalThe One year after his death, a day of public tributes and private and John Jr. She has told Another bore a card from the

numbing wind from ice-blue skies thoughts and prayers. friends she has found no consolation mayor and aldermen of W.xsord,
torch that passed from John stirred the leaves of a dead season President Johnson, who called for her loss. Ireland, Kennedy's ancestoral

Fitzgerald Kennedy In Dallas on around his grave in Arlington Na for a "day of national rededlca- At 7:30 a.m. EST, before the home.

gates at Arlington swung open, Earlier, anoverfiowcrowdftl1ed

rlK% m [:m :[; :mmi.$ : WEl?: :K mmtmlMgM! MMlrW&; !@nm the former First Lady's mother St. Mathew's to attend a Mass

Mrs. Hugh D.Auchinclosstrudged for the late President. It was there

li: News up the hill In bitter cold on a that Kennedy's state funeral was
Campus Briefs
I: ; n lonely and sorrowful mission. held, a year ago next Wednesday.In .

Apparently at her daughter's the pulpit Sunday was the

C-53 Music Theta Chi was named Edds Named ::::: request, she left small bouquetsof Rev. John A. Cavanaugh, C.S.C.
: Carnation Man. Runnersupto ::::::: white roses and tiny spring a friend of Kennedy's and former
::::::::; C-53 students who will be at the title were Garnell ::::::: flowers at Kennedy's grave and president of Notre Dame Univer

;:::::::::: the Florida-Miami football Rogers, Phi Kappa Psi and Dr. George T. Edds, head :::::::: those of his two infant childrenon ally

.:::::::::' game next week will be able Eddie James, Pi Kappa Phi. of the Florida Agricultural ::1j::; either side. Said the priest in a brief sermon:

.::::::: to hear one of the selectionson Best Pledge award went to Experiment Stations Veterinary :::::: Later, as thousands slowly circled "lie walked among the nobles

::::::: the required music Mellissa Harville, and Sisterof Science Department,has :ii::: the grass plot a grim-faced and among the workers of the field,

::::::: listening list. The Gator band the Year to Marie Dence. been elected to serve on the ::::;::: Robert F. Kennedy tossed single, and factory...!!* smiled and they
Executive Committee of the ::::::::
::::::: will present a Tchaikovsky long stemmed white carnationon smiled back...He summoned us toa
National Association of State ::::
:::::::: musical half-time show for Spanish GroupThe the grave and knelt In a momentof new human dignity, a new life
Universities and Land Grant :::
::::::::: this game and included will prayer. The former attorney. of Pace."
Colleges. ::::::
i : be the finale of Symphony Spanish Conversationalhour general and younger brother of the

:::::::: Number 4.Lauderdale. will be held tomorrow :: slain President's is starting anew
Engineers Meet ::::::::
night at 7:30 at the career as senator from New York.
1ii ii: :::::: New BuildingStill
Reunion International Center with Dr. After him came the mighty of
:.:.:.:. Harry Kanton, professor of The Institute of Electrical :::: the nation-cabinet officials, legislative
:::::::: All alumni of Ft.Lauderdale political science, as guest and Electronics Engineerswill :::::::: leaders, diplomats.So .

:::::::: High School are invited to speaker. Refreshments will be meet tonight at 7 in :::::::; did Cub Scouts from Mary-

:::::::: attend the "Flying L" Home- served and this is the last McCarty Hall Auditorium. :::::::: land, picture-snapping nuns, kilt- Without

::::::: coming this Thursday. Ft. meeting for this trimester. Larue II'. Stelene Jr., of the ::1:1:: ed Irishmen and Juana Castro,

:::::::: Lauderdale High will play Martin Company, will speak :::::: who fled the Communist Cuba of

:::::::: South Broward to be followed Friendship 7 on the "Perishing Missile." :::::::: her brother, Fidel, last summer.
A film will be shown and the :::::::: SculptureNo
:::::::: by the Reunion dance at the Defense Secretary Roberts. Mc-
"Friendship 7 movie :::
a I.E.E.E. would like to Invite :::
;::::::: high school. The game begins Namara left a white carnationat
@:: at 8 at Lockhart Stadium. about the space flight of Col. all aeronautical engineers to :::::::: the gate of the grave fence. winner has been named for
: : John Glenn will be shown ::::
attend the meeting also. ::::
:::::::: Chief Justice Earl Warren was the College of Architecture and
Phi. Mu ElectionsNew tonight at 8:15 in the Medical :::;:::;
:i::: there, along with Treasury Secretary Fine Arts contest to select a
Center auditorium. Admissionis Golf Tournament :::::::
:::: president of Phi Mu, free. ......:.. Douglas Dillon, Acting Atty. sculpture for the new architecture
::::::::: social sorority is Carolyn :::::;:: Gen. Nicholas Katzenbach, Labor building.
The UF Golf Association is :::;
Secretary Wlllard Wlrtz, Agriculture The sculpture was to be
:::::::: Watt. Other officers elected Dairy AwardThe ::::
sponsoring a Thanksgiving :;:: Secretary Orville Freeman, displayed in the plaza the
::::::::: were Dorothy Kolorik, vice Blind Bogey Golf Tournament :::::::: of
:::: presidentjo Judy Sugalskl, Florida Agricultural and House Demcratlc Whip Hale building at Thirteenth St. and
:::: ; at the University Golf course, ::::::::
Experiment Station at the UF Doges of Louisiana.Two Stadium Road.
;::::::: secretary Priscllla Porter
; :::::::
:::::::: treasurer; Marie Dence, rush has qualified for the Thursday through next Sunday. : other visitors brought back The selection committee "was

;::::::: chairman; and Chris Youngs, Progressive Breeders Award. Players may participate as :::: memories of one of the Kennedy under no obligation to choose a

;::::::: standards chairman. The award is the Holsteln- many times as they wish and ;:::\ administration's gravest crises- winner," Prof. John Naylor,
all students and ;:::;:::
Friesian Association of faculty, Cuba. chairman, laid yesterday. About
::::::::: At Phi Mu Weekend held
in Ocala Ken America's highest recognition alumni are Invited. ::i::i The second-in-command of the 15 students entered designs and
:::: recently Houp,
:: : .. for dairy farmers. ..:.:...:.:. ill-fated Day of Pigs invasion bri models In the contest which began
i 1 1 1i i i i i i i i i i m iii i! 1f i 1:: 11! 1 m1:1:;..:..:.i.':::: To qualify for the award, a Free Link Lessons :;:::::; gade-Eneldo Ollva-placed a wreathon last summer and ended Nov. I.

:::: Holstein breeder must meet .mm the grave.So did Juanita Castro, "The committee was deadlockedin
illMotorcycles ::: standards for milk and The UF Golf Associationwill the sister of Cuban Premier Fidel Us choice,"Naylor said,"that'
BMW :::; butterfat production, body sponsor a free golf clinic ::::::: Castro who defected to Mexico why no winner was selected."

1 m mFor ::: type improvement, herd Nov. 30 at 7:30 p.m. In the ::;:;:::' City to protest against her Naylor said another contest may
The ::: recreation room of the Florida .:;:::;:
Discriminating :::::::;: health, and the development :::: brother's regime. begin next trimester.
CYCLERAMA :::. of home-bred animals. Gym. All day long came others who
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No Longer WomenThey

can no longer be referred to as the Florida State College S
for Women.

The Seminoles from Tallahassee grew up on the talented right
arm of Steve Tensl and the quick feet of Fred Dlletnikoff and Don

They became of age at the hands of what promised to be, at the ,"
beginning of the season, a great Florida football team. Florida
coach Ray Graves made no bones about the defeat after the game.It .

wasn't a fluke, they just beat us soundly, both offensively and

defensively.As .
the football team at the UF is a new breed, so are the fans.

They aren't going to forget the team which has played its heart

out for 480 minutes this year, just for the UF. EDITOR'S DESK
It isn't the same team which beat Mississippi. It isn't the

same team which thrilled our fans with a spectacular 16-13 Bitter Pill Tastes Bad f'f"".

1 come from behind victory against Mississippi State. But it is I
our team. .win or lose.
M .
When they lost to Alabama, there was some thoughts then. WALKER LUNDY S
, maybe the best team didn't win. The loss to Georgia was a fluke. Editor-
I We were banged up physically. Even after that game they were We were proud of the actions of both student

our team. .win or lose. Crow leaves a bitter taste in one's mouth. bodies for the most part at the game Saturday

Saturday was a different story. For the first time ill season This we always knew. But we had no Idea the Almost all competition In the stands were

I there could be no doubt about a Gator defeat. The best team did taste could be SO bitter. relegated to verbal exchanges.We .

win the game, but the Gators are still our team. .win or lose. It's not the first time a team we pulled for thought all through the game that things
Florida returns to the friendly confines of Florida field for has lost. But somehow this past weekend made would explode any minute, especially when the

the first time in, three weeks. They haven't lost before a home all previous defeats seem almost like victoriesby final gun sounded. We have never seen a game

crowd this season. Three of their last four games have been on comparison. ... where the pressure and static in the air could !
the road, Florida has lost all three of them. Our sadness was only be felt so physically.It .
The Florida fans will be at the Miami game cheering just as deepened more and the trip is truly amazing and a credit to both schools I

J loudly as they did at the first four games of the season. All the home made even longerby 1. that there were no Incidents except for the big
e.. ::
time though, questions will be running through their heads. the two lovely young one on the field.

l What happened. .what caused this almost complete turnabout ladies in our party (one '' .... But like one newsman said,"There was nothingleft
T ? We still have the same material running around on of them our date) who to fight about."

; the field. WHY? cheered lustily for "that t i t .
We will probably never: get the real reason. Our Gators used other school." We must .

v to be able'' to run and pass at will against some of the toughest admit, however, they were MIDNIGHT MUSINGS-..Suggest we tell FSU

. defenses in the country. Now they can't. The Florida team used easier on us than we would to keep Sammy Seminole home from the game

to be able to say, "No, we don't have any dissention on this have been had the outcome .'_ ___ .__ when it's here next year since they wouldn'tlet
r squad." Now, can they? been different. us take Albert. The Seminoles wouldn't I
These questions and many more will be running through the Our date spent most of have stood a chance with ferocious Al there. :

minds of any Florida fan who cares. Who do they care for. the trip back singing FSU .If you think our athletic department is i

the Gators. fight songs (there's thousands of them) and mean and evil to UF students, you should have ;
Why? Because they are our team. .win or lose. relishing her first class today when she would seen the treatment FSU's student body got

I confront a boy in one of her classes who had Saturday. Students there could buy no reserved

,; Much To The Credit kidded her about the fact she attended FSU seats to the game. They were admitted by I.D.
for two years before coming to UF. card only on a first-come basis, which causeda
To him, we offer as the only condolence that line to start forming about 10 a.m. for the
It some smart scientist could have figured out how to harnessthe cheer made famous by the Seminoles themselves. game. Anyone who wanted a date ticket had to

potential power available through tense nerves, he would have "Walt 'til next year." stand in line all night for one of the 750 tickets.
had something that would move mountains Saturday.The .

air at the UF-FSU game fairly dripped with taut feelings.But .

much to the credit of both student bodies, the fightingwas
confined to the playing field. '

With the rivalry that has built up during the last years, the r

exchange of Insults within the last few weeks and the naturally

high spirits present at the game, it Is truly some kind of miracle ExtraCurriculanLester : Really Not Extrathe
that an "incident" didn't take place.
I The Alligator would like to thank those people who played it

"cool" before, during and after the game. Riots and free-for-alls
do absolutely nothing for the image of our schools nor for the L. Hale subject of extra-curricular activities, I was

growth In maturity that we as students are supposed to experience Dean of Student AffairsThe asked for suggestions on when and to what extent
through higher education. should students engage in such activities. This,
so-called "extra-curricular" programof of course, is an entirely personal matter and
the University is really not extra to the one which depends upon a person's capabilities

The FloridaALLIGATOR. curriculum at all. It Is perhaps built around and needs. If he needs to use most of his time

the curriculum, or"para-curricular"butltcan studying in order to make good grades, he oughtto

: never successfully be separated from the do just that, especially In his freshman year.
mainstream of the educational life of the campus. He needs some exercise and recreation,

Either the activity,organizations, contributesto however, and should find an enjoyable way of
Served by United Press International
the academic career of the student or it obtaining diversion. He should also make habit
I detracts. It cannot be neutral,or non-related or of
" Editor. . . . . . . .Walker Lundy attending public lectures, Lyceum programsand
"extra. other educational attractions.He .
Managing Editor. . . . . . Joel Gaston many
To be sure, some activities have a constructive usually to in other
Assistant Managing Editor. . . . .Nancy Brachey can manage engage one
recreational function, such as a properly club or Involvement especially
Assistant Managing Editor. . . .Dave Berkowltz governmental ,
conducted social event; some may be if it supplies need that gives
Editorial Page Editor. . . . . Ed Barber recreational for a personal
or physical fitness as In the motivation to his school work.
Sports Page Editor. . . . . .Bruce Dudley intramural
program; others may be related to Too frequently students feel that relaxation
City Editor. . . : . . . .Skip Havlser.DonlU interests ,
professional or special ; many existas must be derived from strictly social
Campus Living Editor. . . . Mathison and
honorary service clubs
or as
organi- entertainment. When making choices, weekend
zations chartered to enhance group living and of dating and partying seems to be the last
Editorial Assistants -.Jim Castello. Ann Carter. Don Federnun, Some
goals. contribute
more directlyto extra-curricular activity to be restricted.While
Tova Levine, Sam Ullman, Ernie Litz (Circulation Manager), the educational aims of the University than a reasonable amount of social life is certainly
Stan Kulp (Cartoonist) Ron Spencer Gary Swallow.
do others but all contribute in to
someway wholesome and to be expected, the fact remainsthat
the betterment of the University community.It it Is the only activity that Is "extra" to
Reporters Patti Pit: (Student Government Beat Chief). sometimes becomes difficult for
students the curriculum and too much time can not be
Joe Kollin, Bob Golub, Joe Waldorf. Sharon Kelley, Yvette
to decide: which activity Is worth their time. spent in this way if one wishes to get full value
Cardozo, Frank Shepard. Lee Alexander Agnes Fowles. Thelma have been
Impressed by the advice that out of his courses and from the other informal
Mossmtn Marjorie Green. Evan Langbeln. David Kennedy, participation In extra-curricular activities help educational experiences on the campus. Someof
Terry Rogers Susie Halback Jeffrey Denkewalter. Dick Dennis, them "well
give a rounded out" personality.They the people who accomplish the most In their
Beverly Faber, Dick Schneider, Greg Seitz Sue Dobbie, Lorraine need to be reminded, however, that a well school work obtain relief from constant studying

Viscardi, Ami Saperstein, Maureen Collins, Anne Gartrell, Kathy rounded personality may not be worth much If by participating in educationally related

Walker Barbara LIU. the radius Is too short. In other words, If the activities such as student government, Florida
activity is not really enriching and worthwhile musical
Players, Florida Union functions,
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaperof it doesn't extend the radius of a student's organizations, honor and professional societies.In .

the University of Florida and is published five times weekly educational experience. Particularly under the summary: restrict your out-of-class

except during May, June and July when it is published semi- trimester system students must make good activity to worthwhile experiences, but even
weekly. Only editorials represent the official opinion of The choices or they will find they have Involved under the trimester calendar each student should

Alligator. Columns represent only the opinions of their authors. themselves in more things than they can.dowelland be able to find time for some participation in
,The Alligator Is entered :n second class matter at the United an adverse effect on their academic situation "extra currlculars' that will be selffulfillingand
States Post Office at Gainesville. may result. to
self-enriching and be a contribution
When asked by the Alligator to comment on
campus and culture.


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I t.; 'Congratulations, You've Done It' lORI the ,
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To the C-6 Department: going to need a course in rhetoric in order to lllj tORfoR.
take the test.
Congratulations, you've done IU! Prior to last I think it is a sad day in any Institution of
Thursday, had anyone asked me, I would have higher learning when it can be said of a major .
told him that It was practically Impossible to examination in any course that no more amountof
make an ambiglous biology examination. In fact, studying would help, but thus Is the case here.It .
then, I would have been apt to concede that It finished me, if ever I had any impetus, it's t\ DVERTISINGRESULTS'
would take quite a man to conceive such an gone now. I'm merely going to read the assign-
exam. Well, last Thursday evening, a littleof ments once, and spend the rest of the time on
that sureness left me. I wonder just what Is my other courses.
sure. Finally, I would say that if you (the C-6
If biology falls to be the memory of terms, Dept.)don't send Professor Dillonback to TexasA
and begins to be a course In semantics. I think & M, and ask your lecturers to stop assumingas
potential biology students tend to become dis- much background knowledge of the student.
couraged. One might then say that anyone and start making fairly intelligible tests, that
Interested in biology wouldn't be in C61. C-l and C-3 might not be the only courses
Well, you're wrong. College Is (or should I say, losing credit hours. INSTANT
should be) a wandering, a searching for a fieldIn
which one Is intellectually interested. Many a Name Withheld
student becomes Interested in field alter taking
his first course In the subject.
I had never had a single biology course in MILDNESS
my life, prior to this one. I had planned to study 'Sammy..Stay Home'EDITOR
arduously in C-61. I have attended every lecture
(to use the term loosely, as they really aren't yours with
lectures as such but rather baby-sitting classes :
where a PHD will make vague references and
gross over-generalizations until he is hoarse). Never In my college career have I heardof
The natural reply here is that no one is expectedto one college refusing to let another college
teach you anything, that you must teach bring its mascot to a football game. YELLOAristocrat-
yourself. With this, I will agree. F.s.C.W. must be afraid of Its students
So, I turned to the textbook--only to find more doing something rash; which is not surprising.
of a maze of confusion than the ganglion In the I propose comity between the two schools,
cerebellum. The next reply, '"Well if you're and request that next year,when we play F.S.C.W.
not smart enough to understand it, that's you're here in Gainesville, the UF ask that "Sammy BOLE
fault." Okay, It is partly my fault, and to makeup Seminole" stay home; something rash might SYMMETRVPROM
for it, I read it thoroughly five times, happen to him. Sill
making sure that It sunk in. I understood it, AT THESE FINE STORKS
but what I didn't understand was that I was J. M. Burke, 3AS

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:,:,:,:" ::>>,*:: <:!;i::":,@ :;::: :::':'",* ":::''':''':'''''''':,,,,:<<,. .".....w.w., Monday, Nov. 23, 1964 The Florida Alligator Page!! 9 -
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SOTS MembersCapitalBound m FU Needs Big Brothers I

1: 5: About 50 volunteers are needed International Host Committee.- "It didn't work well when they
:::::::: Immediately to act as "big Miss Weinberg said the pro- (Blue Key) had it, but we will
: ::
::::: brothers" to
new foreign students had been the "
gram run by Florida try again, whe said.
:::::::: entering
the UF in January, ac- Blue Key office in the past, "We need students who will host
Five members of the Society for the Obliteration of the :::;:::::::; chairman cording of to Nancy J. Weinberg, but it was given to the Florida a foreign student and who are not
: the Florida Union Union Board this trimester. afraid of a little work," she said.
Trimonster System (SOTS) will travel to Tallahassee within :;:;;;:;
: the next two weeks to contact members of the state legislature "We prefer students who can speaka
.: in an effort to abolish the trimester system. TV : foreign language, but It is not
:: The group will Investigate the possibility of Initiating Ilill Lawyers necessry."
::: a change in the trimester system. Miss Weinberg stressed that applications -
::: John Mugan, SOTS statistician, is preparing legislative must be made immedi-
::: briefs specifically outlining the economic costs of the trimester ately, in order for applicants to
:;: and student reaction to It. III Aren't Real meet this trimester.
;j SOTS, at Its organizational meeting Thursday night elected Applications should be made In
::j Harley Cowles president pro-tern and Marcia Roth secretary- 1 t1 Room 315 of the Florida Unionas
.::: treasurer. soon as possible.
;:;: A committee was appointed to draw up a constitution for 11111 Says JudgeSKIP Socials are planned as well as
:::: the group as a prerequisite to achieving official .... help sessions for foreign students,
::::: university recognition. The group is also trying to find a .:.:.:.: with more activities planned for
::1:: faculty advisor. :::: January.
.:.: ::1::; IIAVBER from Duval County. "We have to start out small .
:::: SOTS also plans to send news releases and cartoon strips :::::;:: City Editor "Clay and Nassau Counties are because we haven't had time to K
::;:: lampooning the trimester to state newspapers, according to ;::::;;: "Most people today think of a still somewhat rural and often think big" she added.
::1::: organizing chairman Frank Coter.Jiii ::: to solve their
:;::; lawyer as a Perry Mason showman prefer problemsby
:::;::: or a spellbinding Clarence Darrow means other than the courts,"
!Jiii imm mm1; 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11; 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m; 1 1@1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 111 1 1:1m@:: 1;;;m;;m;::;:;:ft thanks to the help of tv and popular, he said. JournalistsCriticize

books. Anyone In the know will Discussing how a judge gets his
=::1 assure you this is not so." job, Boyer stated he was In favorof
These were the opening wordsof election rather than appointmentby
lion. Tyree Boyer, Circuit the governor.
Court Judge from Jacksonville as "There has been a move afoot
he spoke to the members of the for some time to make a judge's LBJ NewsCIUCACOUPI.Sigma
Pre-Law Society at its banquet office appointive not elective. ,
Saturday night. These people feel the dignity of the
"Being a lawyer Is the most office is above that of ( Delta
interesting way to make a living campaigning," Boyer said. Chi professional Journalism society -
I that I could imagine, but, don't bea The fee to qualify as a circuit yesterday criticized President -
lawyer just for the money," judge is $1,000.According to Boyer Johnson's handling of news
Boyer warned. "There Is a great a cheap campaign would run$8,000and conferences and charged the Defense
,..."' distinction between being a rich an average one in excess of Department with "central
r'L: ';:'4 "--: ."', ('l tI.'r; lawyer and a good lawyer. The $10,000."In icing Information activities."
., .,.. f'lf '" good lawyer must add the elementof the early years of our A report submitted by the or-
: '. "' service to his profession. A country all the judges were ganizatlon's Freedom of Information -
good lawyer will be a successful appointed, but the nation's forefathers Committee said that although
civic leader and then, sooner or changed It to elective for President Johnson has held "very
1 w later, his wife will get her mink good reason," he said. frequent" news conferences, a
coat." The judge stated that tome "vague uneasiness has begun to
The Judge, a graduate of the UF changes in election should be be felt among tome Washington
law school, was Introduced by Law made. lie stated that electing correspondents."Few .
Prof. Kenneth L. Black. Black judges on a non-partisan ticket of the press conferenceshave
mentioned that Boyer was a former would be far superior to any been announced more than a
student of his at the law school. appointive method. An elective few minutes In advance, If at all,"
"Florida has a hodgepodgecourt method means that the judge must the report uld."Thl.tends to keep
system. However, it Is not answer to the people every so away specialists in such fields aa ..
,.IFII d dR nearly as bad today as it was a often, but he should answer to the foreign affairs, defense and politics -
few years ago," Boyer said. public as a judge and not as a and others not regularly stationed -
The circuit court Is a general political party member, Boyer at the White House."
jurisdiction court handling all said. The report said although the
cases not within the jurisdiction Referring to his last election atmosphere la "coty..a quest Ion-
of some other court. This is where he said that Malrom "X" received still open-begin suggest Itself
the mass of legal cases are heard, 24 write-in votes, Martin Luther as to whether the present system
Boyer said. Ills circuit, the fourth King, 73, and the owner of the best lends Itself to the penetrating -
judicial circuit, covers Clay, restaurant where the judge eats and challenging questions."
Nassau and Duval Counties, but lunch everyday received 11. Regarding information policiesof
almost all of the cases heard by However, Boyer won with a the Defense Department, the
the 11 judges in this circuit come majority of 86,000 votes.Mercantile committee said there were hard-
: to-underatand delay In getting
newsmen to Guantanamo and the
./t. : Gulf of Tonkin during trouble I
\ ," : periods.

I I < -'" Kohn ExhibitIn

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\ Drawings, Collages and Lithographs
Security Life by Gabriel Kohn will bon
exhibition In (the Department of
Presents Art'a Gallery X, through Friday.
Gabriel Kohn, born In Phila-
The College Estate Master delphia In 1910, studied at Cooper
Union and the Beaux-Arts Instl
The Outstanding Insurance, lute In New York and worked aa
Investment And Disability assistant to the accademle sculptors -

( f'' Plan For Seniors And Grad- Gaetanp CeoireHerman
tv11' I' Mad eU, C. P. Jenneweln and
l uate Students. Albert Stewart. Following his war
ffi service he studied In Paris and

L L 5'; ; See the College Estate Master worked In Nice Independently, Atbl and aa New a sculptor York.-

Program and compare the facts In 1999 he received a Ford
I Foundation grant and In 1903 a
for yourself.BILL .
second Ford grant for work at
LINGER the Tamarind Lithography Workshop
Misculine.dC'fpia in Los Angtlea. The artist
"" 'M" .',.. REPRESENTATIVE has lived In Sarasota, Florida,
Fresh :
as the ocean t, since 1961.Koha .
has exhibited ImportantlyIn
COLLEGE ESTATE MASTER 1 this country and Europe. His
that's the way it is with sculpture owned by the Albright- '"

Old and 2.00 Knox Gallery, the Museum of
Spice After Shave Lotion! 1.25 1219 W. University Ave. '
Modern Art and UM Whitney Museum
SHULTON of American Art In New
Phone 6-8238 York.I



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Florida State lifted its skirts Saturday and provedit
was no longer a girls' school by winning its first
football game against the Florida Gators, 167.
True, the Gators had poor field position at times. ALPHA EPSILON PI PHI KAPPA TAU
True, the Gators fumbled four times. ALPHA TAU OMEGA PRE-LAW SOCIETY
True, excuses can be made.
But, true, Florida State played a better game than ALPHA OMICRON PI PHI MU
Florida Saturday, and the Seminoles deserved to win ALPHA DELTA SIGMA PHI DELTA THETA

" .II and go to the Gator Bowl. ATHLETIC COUNCIL PHI EPSILON PI '.
"Witness History Made, Seminoles Scalp Never- "

This was what the sign read outside the Tallahassee ALPHA CHI OMEGA R KAPPA ALPHARAWLINGSHALL
Inn and it summed the about wellas
Holiday up day as
anything. ',;
Before the game, Seminole Coach Bill Peterson ALPHA EPSILON PHI
warned the Florida squad to avoid saying "never," AIR FORCE ROTC:
and Saturday his team backed him up. SIGMA NU
"I'm tired of everyone calling this a girl's school," SIGMA PHI EPSILON
said Peterson after the victory. BETA ALPHA PSI
Well, the Florida State coach probably doesn't
have to worry any more. Only a fool would use the SIGMA KAPPACHEERLEADERS
old SCW symbol after Saturday's game. "Little SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON ;
Sister" Is now wearing pants.
Florida was the No. 1 team on pass defense going
Into Saturday's game, and the Seminoles' first score CHI OMEGA "
came on a long bomb from quarterback Steve Tensi TAU KAPPA EPSILON
Florida has always supplied good pass protection, DELTA GAMMA
but Saturday it was Tensi who was sitting back and
waiting (for what seemed hours) for his receiversto DELTA CHI CHOIR
get open, and Steve Spurrier and Tom Shannon DELTA DELTA DELTA UNIVERSITY OF FL'RIDA'DRCHESTRA
1 were scrambling for their lives as the Seminole .
defense rushed the Gator quarterbacks. YULEE AREA
Florida's explosive backs usually bust throughthe DELTA SIGMA PHI
opponents' line for that needed extra yard or DELTA UPSILON ZETA TAU ALPHA
two, but Saturday it was Florida State's Phi Spoonerand .
company rampaging over the Gators. CLUB
Florida State proved to be the greatest of the greats
Saturday, but next year will be a different story. FELLOWSHIP CHRISTIAN ATHLETES
Meanwhile, the Gators have to forget the Seminoles '
and the Gator Bowl and concentrate on Blletnikoff. '
However, this time it's Bob and not Fred. FLORIDA REHABILITATION: ASSOCIATION
Bob Is Miami's sophomore quarterback who led FLORIDA UNION: BOARD: FOR: STUDENT ACTIVITIES
his team to a 35-17 victory over Vanderbilt Friday

1. night.Blletnikoff, accounting for four of Miami's five GATOR BAND
touchdowns, broke two of the sophomore recordsof GATOR GUARD
George Mira, Miami's All-America passing

Anybody who breaks records set by Mira has to be I INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL:
watched carefully.
It won't be an easy Job getting back up after a x" "
defeat by Florida State, but Miami's Blletnikoff JENNINGS HALL
might just feel the sting of the reaction this week ''"
ignited by his brother and company Saturday.The KAPPA ALPHA THETA"
Gators Just might be sick of hearing the KAPPA EPSILON -

name Biletnikoff. KAPPA ALPHA


Game Televised TomorrowThe KAPPA DELTA

entire Florlda-FSU football taped the entire game includingthe
game will be broadcast tomorrow halftime show and Is showingit
night from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. on tonight In Tallahassee. After
WUFT-TV, Channel 5. their telecasting, the videotape "I
reels will be sent to Gainesvillefor
WFSU at Florida State video- the Tuesday telecast.




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(photo by Bob Ellison) of game. Florida fumbled on next play. (Photo by Bob Ellison)

Coach Ray Graves : It Was Inevitable'TALLAHASSEE

-"It was This was how Florida Coach Ray venture out of Never-Never Land, "We stopped ourselves," said tectlon that I've seen all year,"

I Inevitable." Graves described Florida State's as he relaxed in a humble Gator Florida lonesome end Charles laid Orav...

locker room Saturday. Casey in the same vein.. In contrast, the Florida coach

"Never FSU Never" was the pointed to"the good jabot rushing"
"Every FSU runner was so
TONIGHTIS slogan at Florida football practice the Seminoles did on Florida'
determined it's hard to say who
this past week. quarterbacks.
was the hardest to stop," said
"They (FSU) will be a fine Craves said Florida planned
center Gary Cliett.
representative for the state in the to double team Blletnikoff from the

Gator Bowl," Graves said. Coach Ray Graves also lauded start of the game and this left

Sneak Preview Nile "We are definitely out of the the Semlnole's running attack Floyd open to make the 'clinch"

bowl picture now. headed by Phil Spooner. catches he's been making all year

andSurprise "It was a real solid victory However, the Florida coach was "Biletnlkoff Is a great receiverand

both offensively and defensively more Impressed with the passing I told him 10," said Florida

Nile/ for FSU," the Gator coach said. attack centered around defensive specialist: Allen

"There were a lot of breaks for quarterback Steve Tens! and Trammel!

Anything Can Happen both teams, and they were able to receivers Fred Blletnikoff and
The FlortJa coach said he didn't
capitalize on theirs while we Don Floyd.
think there was "a real turning
.And Usually Does! didn't." "Tensl I got the best puss pro- "
point In the game.

"Two fumbles one In the first

Big Bowl Games Decided quarter and another In the third
hurt us but they weren't turning

Ie"'.. H.urs Seminoles Go To Gator Bowl "At the lime, we thought: It wasa
LUNCHEONs To ALL Students - - -
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(UPI) -- The New Year's Day Oregon State '-Z or USC 63.
II sJO .... aMide kuk attempted by FloridaIn
University Personnel Bowl lineups are virtually complete Cotton Bowl Arkansas 10-0 the final quarter.
today with the last vacant vs. Nebraska 91.
-- "We have been it
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whether Orange Bowl-Alabama vs.
space dependent upon (the outside kick) at practice, and
DINNQ1 Just Present Your ID Card Southern California can spring the Texas 8.1.Sugar "
wt thought It was a good gamble.
4..30.-... upset of the season next Saturday Bowl Louslslna State "
To The CashierSfECIALS by ending Notre Dame's bid for a '7-I-I ,.. Sracus.3.. "This wasn't our worst game,
.:05.... The Gator Bowl, which Is played said Graves. "But we played two
perfect season.Michigan
ttI i111 1t- LSU, Syracuse, and on Jan. 2, also picked the first of of our worst games back back."

Florida State became the latestto Its teams by naming Florida State. "This was a pressure game

: be awarded bowl bids over the The Seminoles climaxed their with a lot riding on the outcome,

p e weekend and now the one vacancy campaign by beating rival Florida, and FSU played better under

remaining is the Wolverine's Rose 16-7, and finishing with an 1-1-1 pressure."

SLVIDDAILY CAFETERIA I IM..4Iy Bowl opponent either Oregon record. Tulsa and Mississippi have Florida had three injuries in the
been given bids to the Bluebonnet FSU Alan Poe rinjured his
Southern Cal.
ritm I 1212 N. MJ?. S*. State or
Satvviaw GAINfSVILLE SHOFMNG CENTER Here's a look at how the top Bowl In Houston Dec. 19, but ankle. Linebacker Ron Pur.ell
neither team until It his knee and tackle
bowls shape up so far can accept Injured Randy
Rose Bowl Michigan ..I vs completes Its season. Jackson injured his hip.

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The Girls Aren't Girls Anymore ~ee Poqe 10, I I !) --The-vol. 57, No. 57 'Ii University of Florida, .H DEEP SOUTH'S FlNEST Flor ida== I Gainesvi COLLEGE lie DAILr" Monday .Nov. 23, 1964 JFK Flame 5tih Burns (SEE PAGE FIVE l Hot Keg But SA TURDAY'S SrORY shows on the faces of UF's coaches (left to Gene Ellenson as they watch the Gators lose in Tallahassee. (Photo Albert Vad00n d Albert the alligator and a U F Policeman were "painted" Friday in .' series ofdestructlve incidents believed caused by ESI' students. Ull police files reported that sbout 12:30 p.m. three boys and thre, girls in a gold. 1962 Ford with an FStr Micker drose up In front of Albert's pen. Uric of the boys got out of the car the report said, ran to the cage, threw red paint on the alligator. jumnped hick into the ca r and sped away. A UF student near the pen said or* of the occupants yelled, "Try and get that paint off the alligator." as they dros away. The report said the car had a Saras(,ta County license plate and Is registered to Robert S. Verkes of 418 Valencla Road. Venb~e. According to the report. Yerkes Is an FSU stikdent. The Florida Highway Patrol was reported to have checked all roads leading from Gainesville Friday,. hut could locale neither the car nor its occupants. Lt. Vernon K. Holtimait of the CJOmpJs police said late yesterday that he was not sure what sctiOn would be taken. He saId he hts not yet talked to the prosecuting attorney, but that th. guilty persons Painted im Hits M. King was ipaitnted.,"apparently by an F'SU Ian lie was attempting to apprehend. Ar cording to reports, at about 4 tsm., the policemen saw two boys painting, "FSU" on the walk In front of Peabody Hallandraught one of them by the shoulder. Whene he did, the report said,. the youth whipped around and swiped the offIcer ,rross the face with a brush full of biark paint, whe reuponi he released the boy and both hw arid his comnpaunicn Pait members, Was also k tand at Tribute Tuesday ity choir mnd glee nitb under the dIrectIon of Dr. E. Keister will sing a tribute to the Ile President Jlrhnl F. Kennedy tomorrow night at 8:IS in Uit'er, Ity Auditori um. 11. main stlectlon, "Hieritage of Freetm." composed by Lfl Professor Russell Dlarburg. is a right) Pepper Rogers, Roy Groves and by Ron Sherman) Agai-r UF Ma In [ibra ry. lb. malt, entrance to the (tmpus~ antd several other places around thi. ranpus. Arrorimg to repxtrts receiveit by The Alligator. virtually all sorority houses wer. painted during the siam. early morning hours in which Officer King was "assaulted." Ifewiver, nonw of the incidents were rvportI to the police. Yen (herr>. r C. im secrita ry ior Alpha (hi Omega sorority', said 'FSt. was pauitedi In black onthe bak or 1he A~hhCO howse' urnd i Go to hell, luria,"' was pointed on the front walk. Dean Ads ms said he spected 11h.1 iii of tieI ride) SeelNt wer. Inte rrelatei. Harry [lay ESI' tauofsttdents wes 'ant., ted late yesterday In (''nib' ioe with t hr painting It' idenil involbIncE Albert, anrd reparted that is of then, hr i.d "'not dIre ty Ic'ont *.d Yerike. He did say though, flit his staff was IivestIgjtIttg. lip would not si y whit action ht. taken plare irnd woulo not 'r cute or other ps lhk. act tor. Xe did comment, however, that be was ''very distressed" at the report whit h he received iron, Al I AFIASSI I -Snie 12,000 piwdi't keg i bt hoc3k Campbell Staiiim Sat iiii a bt Ih. puisttears a Ia that Floridi State lbh. start wire prohialily Iih, tWib Lit tots lhet kept a pmt-gaeefight fromt Igitli44. Cftlirtal Wi om, both schon,14 had gird til roe a i41iie pinst-gamne eiitirnjl. mi.t lbetW1.I the two hrct,.r rival ,til4Int iNllie5, but thetwo vroIps, nev.' gut together. Soitele fn iii tou in their w*415 icr se'veaiI m~iint,.n ilter the Ilit aff air *i. fwer b)MaklIW In bh. Irish feelig of victory, .iniitmt i eilm. uttl, to he. liev, what Ihisy h.ud witInsd. in 1he {thsr IhandI, lrtd, itiw N. ar1"I t 'hing to mnur. thtan tim,' when 1w,, F lurid. Stats st u. dent eaci d aiitwze or ring the Gatorsto vi it ,* ptac. called 'ladle. ( .air, is fromt the Florida stuuI.rt iodiy, s. eeri lobs of ice, aiti finally thw. r,.fereqs ended the Th. t.,ani,m In this

fbe rr,)r; LO V ,~ ~I~) / Play Progress Post Rehearsals AGsNES olOWS Stiff Writ.r Prepargatiori for thp I lorida Playirs priseutatin of "She Sioops to Conquer' De'. 2-G In Norman -tll Auditorium I.s fur beyond players' rehearsals. Backstage production Is in thirpv localitIes-the Florida PI~iye is l~oft, 13 utIdiug GA and Normn [all. Work on scene des gning began the I 5t wuik in October, aueording to set designer HerurySwuuisou. who is In charge of ill lighting arid 1.-hi c.1l direction for the show. Building of the set likes about sly to eight weeks. Construction teadqua rters are in the Florida Players Loft and parts ire assembled In Norman Flail Auditorium. S The set fof th.e 13th Century EnglIsh comedy will try to suggest the atmosphere and style of in 18th Century theatree" Swan'son said. SArI hitecturil features of that time are being employed, It will be very elaborate and ornate," he idded. Around 2S-30 faculty members and students are involved at 0ne tIme or another in making the set. Swanson estimated that almost 2,000 man hours if work were put In on stage preparation, representing a "'staggering amount of eltort." p0 h .\ tt il ~' ,it'o I ,h'Iu II rh lI ua .t Of WOOl. M0su ir f F .' p1 od1' li i nmiterijis, ,Ur lh IS paul! ,d flue 1 st 1 loinhu~lrvlr of $1,0(X), ,-tiriLtt.L. F ,fty-.tght separit. IigiitinigIisti urneitlh 1011 eWi used. Over .25 000 watts of pto*r Ir I ldhI Lin!04i m th.I 500 tpet of 1 1b1. emtplyll fir I! Iis'lhthii. Muc h oi hes lighting Is ,w rI, Id in tr.o Curt llt ini 1I1re

I The Classic Cardigan of Orkney The feeling Wool is light, the flt is lively. And, Lord Jeff's Orkcney wool cardigars will render any weather temperate. Jeff makes these cordigans for us in a great new range of colors-cadet blue, amber, barn red, moss olive, darkc blue heather, darkc brown heather. Extra longs with 37" sleeves. ....... $16.95 .$18.95 I Da las For Is A LI ''', I' -Ih tim l < ,It~ i i I II .ini1 i I ltkzI 'l~ .,W i ggl .\,g 'II, D shl I i t li mg1 im r 'A t pe h i., mu-r' pnit. a 'iie wst \I-et1i' wLlli.w'' s10j4111' liI vlI i haot lhm nliagt lights m Wit fi wlag. ii (ut tlh. Ii tt *Itgl n w, Th si en,irtv -l I .cIh,,h w s wIe t .filignl I'stgi w i. l l l iitiis' hi hP s w.s io pit olew isi r m yIt was. .tu, h g Wmi lly thz-oughtIgr 4om thillg. nluttig PI.pIt WIIL 1ii frak k1pW JeioIn wlith'1w lFx pu~lwiy. Imst Ippi' thi .tr,'* lioril the mcoola rbo1okt Mar, tpan where fif reiet' caol l'hi k lik.d t Iiwthe. plaga.fewi te wi fr am h.tfs wal yia Mill h fo ytl ,iiuiry h, .4 wrr illg'. I li It wat i.: lii bPh t s y Congolese Strong t'NI I i Islum I.D with NAT fuilbjr U.N. IoN SfU PAIking from the Urtitt'd Stat*%, .sk.-d ill U.N. na-. tlofls yeaterday tua appsi urgently to 1he Congofraic rehels I. htjhleyvhl I. to spa r. th.elv.s o f about I 000 hostage, Ilr ling A s c of Amerb an. for Immnnd.tllt gyl,*, ,f 1h1' r JP. ti,.', who#e ety has vasd aft'. st-rn,ee .m (.01ws I. I ) I Silent Moment p 'ill. I! w is I x i 1 .f 11 flt'wi' tklle ii. ILSin h,*,I' iii that 1,141: Nl.' its,, kngiw wht It mt'rIIIIN~siI I. whli, tlI. in 4gle ltfhl ti Y-d O 'till hi' w trp, wit uh'. no Ik l''i s it li hIs LIs llit,'LI, IL sti ls I shgin1'' throw frIm f hl iin shFllf BI111 ~ klikl ffiti Ii II h4 iS II IIifflhlt wgstetavi. lII 'itlit a.s thg; hr 'gcb n li ki hI. salid. MaialSW mid, whlaiw of Ih. g-,,i sl In iIP Hiit,~ wj, Ina liii 's HILSIPIt Il with I 'titn.I'hI Is witter A spakst.m fim Mttriii it h III~hiI slit 4,hg wi very stl ki, 5411.slg I i, Vsil." Iui Mrst .K.eniri.'y an thm Ii IthiIktitil th' spxlks.NIm~ sid. MT i r~ a,. r i V tawilu.l I. liii ', nither sidt stia ,viLId iii 'I leive lit homri in, lFrt Worth fi ia "somii erink," mnIght Ia. onl. PI, 5,1141e 'h. hat hr Sthlreitii lphi. all. M a. *5W Ik Sidt shi. utinrvedI Iihe mllimIent tat tha pr'sldidn drithb Amihinurmnss %INet Into PirkIlid Me1tIl llosiald ill dIay --dciib it i hlito I hb.,; hIIJI Inury; .I wI 'Iil ilu t It, gli birth. liii trlaimi t 11m No. I -the mll *. n liy Iliirm *h,.r. the pinbentwi tikai -wns (IO%@d v.519rdy. A wIadlih wi, htunil WI Is hoar. lit. WIIIImI Kemp Cbark, who arlicahri i the President &d.d Ipn tic d~ay .i homjgj WItI hIs ii Ahain, (iov. John B. *taunidl hwi rpe Iverd, attended mhemrorIi wpryin. wIth PreisIdent "A mIhlute of prayertul a. fler titili,"' Ma yin Ionon aked. rtig grople of I)4lIa comiled. May Face Appeal H I~ an JppedI."' Iordan chiarted that "an Un. rketrmined number cf clvilIana, Lorligoene and foreign, bae Already b.n hmurdrrd aidthe threat of nxecwioa oi a houtag. Sf for*1(g, nationally hasbenpotponed only wntll Monday. Nov. 23.', Tb. B.IgIan ambassador frtfrred to th, threat of th. Corinial-buckSd Stankeyvillh reginie Iii execute American missionary r .r ,.._-_-t __ a


-a-rn-nw----Packar U.S. Bu Adlvertislug' ''haii olI" hI nI I t hi' Arniri in lJlihi i hedouilsti (plasri hivinlL mrhI which Iiuys ftrbuylrues smkp 1101e, Vit' j1kin? 11)11 Eu odirne of bout tS( In lx ntr sity Autoriunm, last Thuirsitiy night. ''Arvertisig is fisn mud with Ih dEtc I)! mrkhuug Ii' mo!e hedonistuc' st dPick I .1 self-styled AmEr'I;Aica riti. .ini author of three best selling books. This hedonism Is inuicrtiv, of till Amyericin changing chat-inter andI was brought about by iii increase it goods consumption and the influence of advertising Paickard said. "Advertising pressures are put before us to make us morn eager to consume an~d to move the mountain of goods mad, possible b y our economic ingenuity,"' Packmrd said. In mnovirigthis mountain of goods, "advertising pressures 23 AFR OTC Tapped Fc Tweny,-three S uts haye betn tappeidfnu m~embertship iih ilIE'N Aur lort p Rese vi (Ofticeis' Training Corps (AlHOT() hiapt'r! a,! the Arnold Air Society. As nimnhmbis of the munivrsity's ,idvanilt Air lorrI ROTC, tapptIs .s,0 mEist have a miinitinm 2.5 niwt IlI gi ii,. Isverar .inil .3.) tveageinMilitun y Air S ilke. Honorary Frat Gives Award En tilt UF l~.intrtiwiit lug (onslri, ii. mis I, .i 51n*o 10 ii hut Idettived a $1J IA'cholarsipl from the inmpls rhapte r of thi, Nat iiini ltinir l Scltolastlc Signm a rnlmbda (hi (tnsi ruction F raternity. The awai I wi, on thi b.,sts ttinstrtictioii. tid partiiipaitiont in Mcardell .ilsi, is a mnemblw' of the Society of Amtwriran Miliiay V Eng~Ines, the Gaz oyle (Architecture & h-in Arts Honorary Scholast ic Sociletyt, student cha pier of the A me it an Institute or Architects and Studelt Contrn torN and Builder' Association. mobenn Shoe Repair Shop HEELS ATTACHED 5 MIna. SOLES ATTACHED 15 MIna. At Two Locatione ys Worill .fir ex .tlh4 di, h+ r *ons shoin iir'II s Hd. i i II I ils ''-wlti I utb iii who, hive levi I ill .llied,. The "hi. i sip'" An mp Ic ae it, a happiness Miekeris bu culture,'" P skard ,Ic Advertising us's called psychologyi. obsolesence," to t'll that they Ar' hippy n own the west produce "Convincing people is important implies ti ini style when they swil Packard said. He gave the autormii It, iGexample. Code Society N nut of those s~ mneubihrshulp iin (hi griup mnd Itie hI et 13k lkb I2 AidE, Schht' hitr, Ii AN[X)N, Thrashr ., F T1. lAUI Georg. C. MiCulley; I' (lie A. Arlinglou; IT, IE At II, KIa W. Coiun' VIII I,, lmte ijci. C (hil's M. l[,ltsl,'v I ha, lon.t V. CmFI P. I'llNt -IiE [NLIIAN l AK., Rent Jr. MIAMI, I;m ii 01<1ANI)E I A r. Ns (hiaries Ft. F Oshit, S (liiistopli.r Iligil. Sr SRI HG Iwlrt S. lindy. Hichir El .Post; mid Al.A., Jifirey J May. H Why Buys iI .1 pI, r !gp .l ii i.1J, I '' I0 g tiin a fhr. kn.o h.,t shi I~l ILA d tI d I .JIkOCIS Pokird id htM.p* d ii plnied 011 sd 1/ tm o n d h TI th e ,ulir ye t oku riist in ih ouo whmen the yer a. otit C ilfrni oura she natded. wiv esh "et see ri ya i fid thy ae cri to drieosho i is m ot :ch tyle,'' esltei of dti sin, pacr "e ndtry 'Shioiu i hV to Di ipi Idun hoer ilding p r kwn loat s to ieommoathe." d, ~stdet irs, whfente s mcho a procesb irkis ad mpiling that thiey al planed urctoal puerpse'' hne the pbliTe, ''hrd srell'ds event inu ts, heo r dd.icinal holiydaysn ys re.l, hat thy are cr odig to Pachard. s nnh ch tyes" esult A dvertising r nked veinusryChts ihto $7 bilo mige istard noitit tILacommoAte -Al pridnt xinrs, wh f this s'hiol Hiwin ~bMids "Irte guilloine tt wilhiy LWRI)AILdn'm hequi wnoth ambaney with TTMhS. Ilei t"adsl"i vdn "Avertihngu hodrr nirtiurnd eleced fr -hI, tma le ito I h7ili i nge," .Al n prim y liimortcii d f lihi, y h' E.wN (('\ I~id, "VPil Ithe~Ii .uiss.t S tLI, hi' li t MElk. I) GAiNtiri rricirmriitimdy. nkein rom r .,i i effe t n hild' e ii kirci i th, IRoih Cntrslc osrdtoa' E.Miornst 'wek tlslvswreeir AHASOA yuhwl pn ato hi MOilEgoing is M HoIetv iiid whit kimd MOB~l ~ Of wiirli win ,will I. iv. to hbe inherited.''hesid. OW TO STAR T A T THE TOP (fo good grooming No matter how you like your hair cut, ong, Itsort, somewhere or the Basement of Fla. Union. in between, do jt perfectly. Open 8-5 pm M-F 8-12 pmi Sat. ALPHA EPSILON P1 members present food baske~s collected recently to UF President J. Wayne Reidz The 68 baskets, collected by four fraternities wvii be distrIbuted among the needy Gainesville fomilies for thanksgiving. From left are, Barry Burmk,UDr. Reaz and Kenny Levin. IFC 68 Drie Food Thlt memrbtrs of four U F fraterm ies spent Thursday night gptt,!g dotiations, of food for the lnterlrternity Council's (IFC) first annual Thanksgiving basket dri vi. Alphi Epsilon Pt brothers and pie uge s led othleri frite rniti us 1n inmbe r if baskets collected with 32. SWiinu(hi (ilectedi25 baskets, kIappi SIrfls coleteI nin ,n. NeS ts Kappa Alpha col Icted t wi. Coordinator Mike lBrrni ,' the food stuffs will Li. it feed about fifty fim'Ihes i the drive was indira i IFC service to the cOrnii He smid le was surth of the needy famieslinth( yulle are,, will bw iblir a Thsnksgx 1mwdinni.,thuo IF C's effort. 'I'III{I of~AI~ I .? .there are always go0d transpotato buy listed in the Cakor Classified Section The Casual f-K <2~ Ccli Univ. Ex. 233? (;jI1lCMVI I teIII 10 Jand bags. acCeSSorII' and iifl ill" our shop I)CgiI1IiL Wddy No' 2 ,et ween the hour. 4)1 -~ --I LII Il .1 II .6 1'.' Tells and I i ti FL A. UNION BARBER SHOP will er.1 .I e .-'s d f mi a


AM 'jt, M'illions Pause As Flame Flickers 5 on fly R(OF3 iR r S M. &NI)RK Ws int.'rijat lial The torch that passed from John fitzgerald Kennedy in wi, Ih, ".prirn.m In! ww On ye r alter hi, dI,'th. nu mbing wind from '1*--blue sk Be, stirred the leaves if dead season around his grave in AT lirnglon Na-. lchrounhtut ,iie wil :,ln wIt day if pubi ithuit. iid pi st~e tlhrnghts rid pr ms. Pres dent Jihirsin who h for a "d.y of liatloral ralele:CamusNew Brief C-53 Music C2-53 students who will be at the lor iaM imi football game next week will be able to hear one of the selections on the retluired music listening list. The Gator bard will present a Tchaikovsky musical half-time show tort this game and included will be the final. of Symphony N umber 4. Lauderdale Reunion All alumni of Ft. Lauderdale High School are invited to attend the "Flying L'" Homecoming this Thursday. Ft. Lauderdale High will play *:Sooth Broward to be followed by the Reunion dance at the high school. The game begins at 8 at Lockhart Stadium. PhI Mu Elections New president or Phi Mu, social sorority is Carolyn Watt. Other officers elected were Dorothy Kolorik, vice president;o Judy Sugaiski, secretary; Priscilla Porter,* treasurer; Marie Dence, rush chairman; and Chris Youngs,. standards chairnian. At Phi Mu Weekend held recently in Ocala, Ken How, Thetia Chi was named Carnation Man. Runners-up to the title were Gjarnell Rogers, Phi Kappa P51 andi EddIe James, Pu Kappa Phi. Best Pledge award went toi Mr Ilussa Ha rv. lie .,nd Sister of the Year to Marie [rncv. Spanish Group The Spanash t ,nversatiunal hour will br held tomorr ow n ig ht ii 7:30 at the International Center with Dr. Harry Kanton, professor of political science, as guest speaker. Refreshments will be served and tii is the last meeting for this trimester. Friendship 7 "'riendship 7,' a movie about the space flight of Ccl-. John Glenn will be shown tonight at 8:15 in the Medical Center r auditrr rm.Adim a.siori Daiiy Award The Florida Agricultural Experiment Station a' the UP h as Qualified fo r t he Progressive Breeders Award. The award is the HolsteinFriesian Association Of America's highest re' ognitlon for dairy farmers,. To qualify for the award, a Holstein breeder must meet s t and ards for milk and butterfat production, body typ imroemn, ',er health, and the development of homue-brpd animals. Sm. Edds Named h~r. Georga T. Eddls hre i if lhe F lurid. Agricultar Il I* xp. r Iment Statlim, Veier-Iiary Science lX'partmeint.has bien eletd I, Nerve oh th. E xerut I v (iommniitt., or the N utlonul"A sratiot, ii State L'nIrr itaes and I and Grint Engineers Meet The Institute of Elecriial arid E lectronirs f-.gineers will meet tonight ii 7 in McCarty Hall Auditorium. Laruc H. Stelenw Jr., of the Martin Company, will speak on the "Perishing Missile." A film will he shown and the I.E.E.E. would like to invite all aeronautical engineers to attend the meeting, also. Calf Tournament The UK Golf Associatoi Is sponsoring Thanksgiving Blind Bogey Golf Tournament at the University Golf course, Tbhursday through nextSunday. Players may participate as many time,, as they wish and all faculty, students and alumni art' Invited. Free Link Lessons The UFK Golf Association will spoinsor a free golf clinic Nov. 30 at 7:30 p.m. in the recreation room of the Florida Gym. Everyone is welcome-. Bring your 11vW Iron and improve that slice. *_ A -Co oT hi s c o up a 25S d i sc *itie m o n otu v o id o f t l}i1 i tt' t .hi h j tte irI fruits Nil, L' fiut ii, ttislI itut for her IOs. 4t 7:1(1 a.mI. S T, befor,' the Rae itt & rlinigtru swung open, thre fornm'z 1-rd ldv' mother. Mr l. Hgh U. A ichin lou. trkIxted up thr hill In bitter uoldl tn .I It'nqly .Od SO tiwitl mhIssion. Appare, nt iv at her rightera rrcjiwst. she 1*1? smll b kuqltet, if white roses ,nul tiny~ 'pring flow. r, at kennhh', grave and ltist of his tili inftt bhldren Im ih. I std. .i aen. tl'iisjnhls sitiwly ,irI lii Uhe gr.,', plOI .1 grimn-fared Ntrt F .Kenn,.dy tos,'ui ., sinigh. 0t1g -slemmeuti wl. t ea'nti toi the grave ajud kiwit itamet .rIi~li or pr.ay.r. The fui in'r ittornah-. eerr.l andi yormlgr broth, r of the si. i Preidu'.I" ' r tr"" a"" ii .tr.,r As ,.enttc from~ New York. SAfter him, hmu lhe m,,ghty of the n.,tii-cabunet offict. is, eghs:l,.tuvvleaders,dliplunmats. :So did Cub Scouts Iron, Maryliid, picturesnapping nunls, kilted Irishmien anid Juana Castro, who fl.d lhe Cotmimunist Cut'., of her broth,.r, fidel, lasi Simmin. Iefense Secretary RobertS. MrNamutra left .' whit, (*arrnhtion at thi, gate if the gi .ve henu,. (li,' Ju,,tlc. Ea I Wiarrin was there. along wita Tretasury Seer.lary~ Ihugla. Dillon. Ac ting Ally. ('en. Niihoias Katzenbt, I itir Sec retary Will.,rd Wirn, Ag ritil.ture Sec ritarIy Orville Irreeian and House lDenu rat Ic Whip Hale Bogga (It LOui.itn. T1wo ol her visitors biroueht buck memories of ijrw of the Kenedy .ditnlstrjtions grivest tIserib,. The %erond-in-rtjmma~id of the ill-fated flay of P'ig. Invasion bLgade-Eneido ()liva-placpd .wreath in thm grav.Sodid Juanila Castro, Iths sister of Cuban Prei.'er Fidel Catro wh tiferted to Meniro C it y t o p rot.',ti ga i nst her brother'. regime. All day long (.me others who knew t he dea d Presiderd only through his deeds arid his word. An Army spokesman estimated that between 35.000 and 40,000 persons would pay their respects, U pon ,e C, .26 y SPECIAL: 254_OFF All the SPAGHET TI you can eat for only 97C STRIP STEA K, Ffench fries, mills, butter 97C Dance 'pi1 2 a.m. In THE FORUM ROOM w4~itt &rcntirns iin the shape of ii. It was remeimbtranc rm the

0 P No ulhrldrj / I N Lonfgcr ION Women The Iran flu Li'rL>f I i v r feiit t i the F o i t t l e futi WA'm14 lbe Ser,'rmi'Ps tlilj Il lai t+ Vrwo i reise t n t ini f >tev, lelisi aind the, pun k icei of F red litnikrofIinn l Floyd. They bl< sne of .ag it thi, bunits of whale promrilsi to Ii. at te beginning if the selsori, a greif F lurid. frOtIbill team. I (arid,, coach Ray Csraves made rio boric about the di f.', u' f 119 th I fie. It wasn't fluke. they lust beat us soundly, both ,ffenasively and defensively. As the football tenTm it the UP. is ,i new tbreed so ire lh. firs. They aren't going to forget the team which his played its heirt out for 480 minutes this year, just for the U?. It isn't the same team whIch beat Mississippi. It isn't the sa me team which Ihii iled our fans wi ti a spectaiu lar !6-1I (time fruim bNhind victory .galinst Mississippi Stite. Hut it Is aur team,. .win or lose. When they lost to Alabama, there was some thoughts then. .maybe the best team didn' I win. The loss to Georgia was a fluke. We were banged up physically. Eve" titer that game they were our team. or lose. S.turdliy was a uiffer,'nt sto' y. ['tr the first time All season tha're tOU Id bw rio doubt about .a ('ator defe al. The be it te m did win lbhe game, but the Gato rs ire still our teamii. .win or lose. florid., returns to the friendly (1 E DrlTOR'S DESK Bitter P11 WALKER LUNDY Editor Cr nw leaivts .a biie taste in iin'' marnith. This we always knew. But we hid 10 idea te taste ((,uld be So bitter. It's riot the (irst timle 'I tt'dam we pulled for has Past. But somehow this past weekini made all previous defeats seem almost like victories by comparison. Our sadness was only deepened more and the trip home made even longer by the two loely young lilies in our party (one of them our date) who cheered lustily for 'that other school.'' We must admit, however, they were easier on, us than we would have been had the outcome been different. Our date spent most of h rip' kick singing ESU L fight songs (there's thousands of them) ad relishing her ft rst < lass today when she would confront a boy in one of her classes who had kidded her"" 'abot 'he ar she attended 'SI for two years before coming to U F. To hi m, we offer as I he only condole nra hit cheer made famo s by the Sem naaes themaselves. ''Wait 'Il next year.'' Tastes Bad We were proud of the uction> of bitli stunl.nIi bodies foi tho most part it the game Satrnr.1 Almost ill competition in the 'triids weI relegated to verbal exchanges. We thought all through the game that thin> would explode aiiy minute. especirl when tin (tinal gun sounded. We have never seen agm where thre pressure and st atil' in thlt air C.ui he felt so physically. It ks truly amating and a credit In tboth sie thUt there wert. rlo incidents except fiat thlt ii one on the field. But like one newsman said,"'There 'T acntthlua left to fight about.'" I .MIDN5IGHT MUISINGS--Suggest we tell I SI to keep Sammy Seminole home froni the g i when it's here at xt year since there woud' let u's take Abe rI. The Seminoles wouldn' have stood a chance with ferm bous Al thai,. .1.1 you think our athletic department 1 maeari and evil to t'P students, you should hai~ seen the tre a Iment FSU' s student bods o Saturday Students there could buy no reservill seats to' the ,me They were admitted by'I card only or' a first-rome basis, which ail a line to st irt forming about 10 .a. o (ta game. Anyan who wanted a dat.' ticket ni1t. staid in line all might for file of the 750 tirkets. ADMgNIS TRA TION VIEW Extra-Curriculars L-ester L .Hale Dean of Student Affairs The so-called 'extra-currIcular"' program n of the LUnt ersit y Is r Ily not extra to the curriculum at ill. It is perhap, huIlt a round the curriculum. or"para-curricalar'" but it can nievera surcesfullv be separ sted frona the ma inst rI'am of the euucat onalII'fe of the ciampras k-ither the actIvity, or lrgtrIabtlons ccntribut s to the aijdemnic 4 ara,'r of lie student or it detrans.It cannul be neut ral, or nbun-related, or ext La.'' To be sure sonic ctaltiles have. drrnstructiwe recreational fun ct ion. such 45 a properl) conducted social event; sOme I may bP recreational or for physical fitness as In the intramural program; tithe rs maLI hi related to professional or special Interests, many exist a, honorary aand service clubs or is organiz~attorns chartered Ii enhance group living and common goals. Somew contribute more directly to the educational alms ofthe U'niverslty than do others but all contribute in someway to the better meDI of the Uni'ersity cionntinity. It sometimes becomes difficult for students to decide which activity is worth theIr time. They have been Impressed by the advice that participation in extra-curricular actzsities help glit' them .m "well rounded out" personality. They need to be reminded, however that a well rounded personality may not be worth much if the radius is too short. In ohr wod. he Really Not Extra *h siblt it of extra-curricular acti v ties. I w I asked for suggestions on when and to whit extiii should students engage in such activities. ThIs. of course. is an entirely personal mnatter and 0nw which depends upon a person's capahilaits and needs. If he needs to use most of his inm studying It, order to make good grades, he night ten do just that, especially in hIs freshman Viar. Hde needs some exercise and recreitihn however, and should find an enjoyable wd)iv obtaining diversion. He should also make abilnt of attending public lectures, Lyceum progr itn' arid many other such educational attra' tion. He usually can manage to engage in one {,thel club or governmental involvement, especially if it supplies a personal need that g I motivation to his school work. Too frequently, students feel that relaxatol m us t be derived from strictly soCial entertainment. When making choices, a weekendt of dating and partying seems to be the Ii" extra-currIcular activity to be restricted. W1il' a reasonable amount of social life is tertainh) wholesome and to be expected, the fact remain' that it is the only activity that i "extra" to the curriculum and too much time can not be spent in this way if on. wishes to gct full valt* out of his courses and from *he other informal educational experiences on the Campus. Sonic of the people wtho accomplish the most In their school work obtain relief from constant stuxdying b y participating in educationally related actisnties such as student governiiint, Florida The Credit


>, 0aye P ) fl 2 I~.1 I U liii I 'I' ] W 1)4 "1W It (iligi tihl.4tiOns tu'IVP Icili (V Prii' i I [Ii.rsdiM ILId iyol l kt'q lilt I tilt told flirm that It WiS Pr it thy iunsnai b dii i im ke iii imbigious hi}Itiv iriiiatiii. iiit, thea, I would have betri ipt t copted, tIh it [I wouIA take qwitt .1 min to ctivw i suh exam. Well, last Thuisday evenuhg, I lu if that sureness left me. I wt},der just wi' ii a

nge 3, Whe Forid0A||iyoir, 'ndv Sale FOR SALE: 1g83 Allstate Motor Scooter. $175. Call 8-1494. (ABa-5Bt-p). VIKING 4-track, stereo tape deck. MhdeI 76 compact. Slightly uned. $175. Call Univ. eat. 2832between I .nd 5. (A-5I-ti-cc). GIFT CERTIFICATE GOOD FOR: 3 day. and 2 nIghts it the Cadillac Motel on Miami Beach. Breakfasts, Bottle of Champqrie, and .1gtseeing cruise included.GOODFOR TU'O. $25. 378-9098, 204 B Flavet Ill.(A-SIlt-p). TWO TICKE'TS TO Miami game. West slands. Call Bert Braddock 2-9280. (A-58-It-p). IDEAL HOME for University & Medical Center personnel. Lovely location S mir. from Univ. 3 bedroom, 2 bath with large living space. FHA financing. Call FR 6-4097. (A-5S-20t-c). 1984 HONDA 50. Very Clean. $225. One, 1984 ZUNDAPP at Cyclerama. Phone 378-2811. (A-. 55-if-c). USED SMITH-CORONA Portable typewriter. Excellent condition; just cleaned. See at 3224 N.W. I 3Uh Street. First trailer on left. (A-53-at-nc). '82 SKYLINE 48 x 10, 2 BDR. Trailer for sale. Air conditioned. Very Nice. Phon,. Hickory Hill Trailer Park, 376-3694, after 5:30 p.m. (A-57-tf-c). GIBSON Classical Guitar, one year old. Originally $120. Will nill for $75 w/cane. Contact Sandy, 20e5 Rawlinga. (A-55-St-p)*. 16 MM SOUND PROJEC'TORKodak Pagent model IKs in absolutely flew condition. $250. Mr. Bridle, Km. SOS, Thomas Hotel. (A-S7FULLY FURNISHED 1952 26 x 8 sir-conditioned trailer with Z0xIR Cabana. Excellent condition. $1,000. Call 372-9886 after 3 p.m. (A-S7-St-c). Wanted COED TO SHARE larg, room, private home, bath, maid service, phion., quiet. 1709 NW 11th Road. Call Judith at 6-3741. 335 month. (C-5S-3t-c). WA14TED: RlDERS for trip to Bradeitton. Naples. etc. Leaving Wednesd ay, Nov. 25 in p.m. Returning Friday In tim. for Miami game. Contact Don Federman in St ud n t Publications, Eat.2S32, or late at night at 8-2193. (C-53-7t-nc). Autos 1955 FORD STATIONWAGON, great car for many laughs. Radio (dual speakers), heater, overdrive (17 mIles per gal. in City), and many other extras. Price $300 or best offer. Call 318-2857. (G51-2 -p). 1964 VOLKSWAGEN, Metal sun roof, bahama blue, white walls and accessories. Call 2-8369. $1550. (G-57-St-c). '60 RAMBLER AME RICAN WAGON. Economical 6, standard. Luggage rack; new tires, battery. Reliable auto in excell. nt condition. $475. 1426 8 SW 18th P16-3084. (0-51-St-c). 1962 PONTIAC T E MPES T Original owner; financed Campus Credit Union. Very reasonable; good condition. Cash or older car for equIty. 2-1278. (G-57-St-c). '56 OLDW "88'' heater, automatic. dillon. Call M-F 378-1188. Car at Ave. ((-5O-St-p). 2-dr., radio, Excellent conafter 8 p.m. 1118 SW 2nd 1953 DESOTO automatic, power steering, radio, heater, excellent shape. Leaving country, must sell. Best offer. Aifredo Roa. Tele. 6-0554 or 6-0809. (G-56-3t-p). MUST SEll. Immediately 1964 PORSCHE SC, slate grey. $3900 cash or take over payments. Call 6-7127 after 3:30 and ask for Mike. (G-55-St-c)-. 1964 FIAT 4 door sedan, In ex elen condtion with only 8,00 balance of $750. May be snen at 104 SW 8th Street after 5 pa. (G-54-ti-nc). 1964 MG-B; 1961 ALFA ROMEO. Buy either One or both. Call So Cook, PR 8-1052 or FR 2-9363 or -.e at Pike house. (G-44-ti-c). 1957 PLYMOUTH 2-dr V-B FURY hardtop. Radlo, heater, tick shift in floor, good tirn. Excellent buy for $295. Call 2-3251 after 6p.m. (G44-Uf-c). HelpWanted FEMALE ARTIST, full time. Must be proficient in lay-out design and production mechanics. Bring samples to Pepper Printing Co. between 10 and 4 p.m. 1024 S. Main Street. (E-55-St-c). A RT S & CRAFTS Instructor. E xperienced. Afternoons end Saturday. Call Mr. Dobbs at Boys Club, FR 2-5341. (E-SS-tt-c). FLORIDA For Rent R(X)M FOR RENT FOR one female. Available Dec. 18, 550 per month with kltchenprivileges $40 without. C all afte r 5:00, 2 -1054. (B-SeI t-c). APARTMENT TO SUB-LET, In Colonial Manor. Available after Dec. IS. Call 6-1103. (B-sa-3tc). APARTMENT AVAILABLE on or before Jan. I. $75.00 monthly; 2 bedrooms. 319 Nw 1st Street, Apt. 4. Call 2-7035 or 6-2693. (B-57-3t-p)-. 1 BEDROOM Furnished apartment. ,Modern & Air-conditioned. Call 2-5894 between 5:30 & 7:00 p.m. or after 11:00 p.m. (B-S6-3t-c). SMALL FURNISHED CCB Cottage at Linda Ann Court, Ocala Road. Weekly or monthly rates. Available until Jan. 1. Call FR 6-5826. (856-31-c). EFFICIENCY APARTMENT for rent. New modern kitchen. $85 a month plus utilities. Two blocks from campus. 303 Nw 17th Street. FR 8-2327, Apt. 22. (B-58-3t-p). KISEE' OFFICE EQUIPMENT USED IJSEDr Portable DESKS CHA IRS YPEWRITERS es, Manual s, Electrics EXCLUSIVE OL YMPIA DEALER RENTALS Expert Repairs 604 N Phone .Main St.2-9607 SPOR TSME N'S CYCLE CENTER 617 N.MainSt. Sales & Service NOW! 2 EXCITING HITS! 0peh 6:30 Stt Both Late Show 7:00 As 9:00 FABIAN e TAB HUNTER -._.9 nd Nt t 9:0 a--m Real Estate FOR RENT OR SALE 2 bedroom, 2 bath lake front home completely furnished. Call John Dillon, 372'7658 for details. (2-55-5t-c). GAINESVILLE AREA INVESTMENT PROPERTIES Combine high return anid excellent tax benefits. Call Charlie Mayo. MARY MOE LLER REAL ESTATE CONSULTANTS -FR 6-4471. (I35-l0t-c). FOR SALE area. Choic establish bedroom, 2 University. 21-nc). Personal. HAVE YOU PICKED UiP YOUR 1963-64 SEMINOLE'?? If youpaid for a 63-84 Seminole you may come, by Room 9 ini the Florid. Union and claim your yearbook. We are open 8-5 p.m. Mi-F. (J58-if-nc). DRY CLEAN 8 lbs. $1.50. 'flu. is approx. 10 articles of clothing. GA TOR GROOME R Coin Lawndry next to University Post Off ice. (J-5 3-ti-c). BY OWNER leaving e of 2 duplexes with e d Incomes and 4-bath home near Call 3727858. (1-55BarKley a Motor H ome td the Like-New Used Cars of Disticin NO ~ con buy good transportation ~HEAPI---nd pay for it as you ride 1 1 1 1 1 1 963 962 960 963 963 960 959 956 960 963 MG, Midget---English Ford---Vi Ivo ----Alpine-----Plymouth-----Volkswagen----F iat-----Mercedes----Vauxhol -----F Iat-------IT'S NOT WISE 1 961 962 958 961 961 963 |962 1962 1963 --"-------Ford-------Rn iiie r ----Mercury ------Ckevroet----Foid -------.Plymouti-------Coctet-----F ard -------I 'S N 0 T I TO Y Authorized Dealer SFor New Sports Cars And Sedans ---------$ 1295 ----------------1 050 ---------$21 25 -------$ 450 ----$ 925 PAY LESS -----------$ ---------$ -------$ -------$ --------e-$ *---------$ ------$ 950 1250 225 1225 1050 1925 1175 1025 2125 0 R I For Bank Financing T S S E S Woda


SOTS M Capital embers -Bound FU Needs Big Brothers 110 i n iimb* s h ,' ialiisfe[ Systilin '\(J I>l Aili *, I' t twA' W0,eks t iint I' t TII, U' I r i effort to II)OZISI the nrime di, er The group will inw.rstig It th p1Kn a Iharige In the tri mete r syVstetm. John Mugai, SOTS si atistpiar, S [,p L in. 1)r1.1s specifically )utlhFinih thi I imrh'Ia ,Its rrjstr arid stiidenit reacti tri i. SOT'S, jt its orginizaitioni: mviiimg 'Thuri si Harley Cowles president pro-temi Lii \i I .ei uas Uler. A committee was ippnte ti the group as ,, pret-equisitv university recognition. The group faculty advisor. A' TV Ir I -e IrVw Lup iIclistIInL{II tO 1 ii vinL coffii a I' aist) t ruIig to find SoTS also plans to send news relhas'm iidt lampooning the trimester to state rewspqpe s, organizing chairman Frank Cofer.' irt OLL trips ,r'iiag to -GA TOR A S~A rn '4 '4. $ %4 1 if; t I. At, vIn I 'St k Exhilarating. a. MaenhIna LaOwyVe rs "\lies t p jl, ttsly tlunik of 01 aPelILbndiR Iauence li 'i th uk. ta, th. llp aft ii i popa i Ixik. Auaoa. ii th. know will nissui a'yoI tils Is niii .,0' l't we! a tiht Lillg (iTIs 'ii lon. htyi. Ilyr, (Ira tit t ourt lutig I i mI. ksomitil. is ha 'mpok, to th. miettbai s of thi. Ir i.w r, tety It its htaqet "helag I Iiwi Is IIe m~ost hilteF.mtig way hi m~iikt I hinFI hI i uld lImaiith' but, don't be Lawyer just fur the mlonity Iltytr warnipd. "Thtire I, a get clitinctliin IkltQe bAInlg I Ich wyii an I gO'Hd lawyer. 'Iii if mervict t ihi, p1 ofessiar. A gwod lawyer will be I suit 'Jul lit,, his w.11' wIll g'et liar Flhik 'Ihle judg, gi tidiat, .1 lii ('. liw hatx)I WI, iiatitatl tdsi v Prif. Kenneiqth I .Hll ''k. 'l k mTLentionh,'t fhatl Ihtvr A I' 4 Ii mier **len lii I h4 Ii 'm e a e lil, Iu t syst.'!i. flOW"ei i tm 'OF liA!] I 9 i6I id lai i~ I t s WI I ash', 11 Aliti uir i i li r i ir if iam' cdtr -luit.lhibismwir IBiyer s tId. llS 'hr ui, 11h0 foiarth ud h ira hilt, a hal, laby, Nass Lu ,ndi 1)Unl ( ilUntim 'Ill aaU ill of lih, ii., hte in by lth, udJes Cn thI ,1 i tilt i nje ,iidl siarii.w it a? '' I mrd ,4t1'l pia!.t to whoI~ thuau jtihib'm th, situ. litts'miig tow i a ili get' hi. "ifIiV his iIenit ti. foo C imip.ilgnintg.'' Boy.I s.tIt. lih. ft, to qualify .as t ir, tit judge Is $1,04)0. Arc .rd1Iinto [oy.r .4 lii h4 4 1mp1 ITn wtitilt In$1,000 ti nan .istrag. or,, In ,x. ,' if "Ii, th a ly ye i, at jul '.,,tty i1l Ih. jutigi ware fiihi' .liidii t iid talt tn tO m id,. hl,, .taljd hat eh, Iug jidgas tin I rilhn-ptrtIIoa tic kt woAIjh hr It 'mhlI.peah Iii Fl ny hIIIpltith' miu~otl Ala 'jear ihituat Fli this that tlht hai. mluist ilhtIt Su hI sll d inawl h'uo Im I pIsiti i i putIdg Fn,*laI t iava lefr'inv 4, ii it ,Itiial 21 wr Ite--In vots, Mul tIn luthet Kiing ?J, itnl Ie iiwnir of ihe IillIu Iii whagi,, thi jtnlg ,its LIi i evarydI. Fra tivii I1. FI owi st I r oyer wi .yri f 6LC oes.e ioi with a YrUtZLLREt ISH CA TOP M V-. LU'" S ege Estate Master compare the facts BILL OLINGER IC A I. hi* ii n ui t mitt ith Tar. Ioie.,e pldflrnra for I kink !hRg mli tailed. Journalists Criticize LBJ t H dent utilfe lenis.' Itlinl A News It nu 11 lunalIsm .0y,,teritty



V S *2 -a 1) JACK HARPER scores lone Gator TD in bottle with FSU Seminoles. (Photo by Bob Ellison) t It:, .9., 4 4 vs 2 Ia THE GIRLS? put pressure on Florida's Jack Horper. (photo by Bob Ellison) GA TORS CLOSE as Larry Duproc dives For goal in opening minutes of gome. Florida fumbled on next play. (Photo by Bob Ellison) Coach Ray Graves: 'It Was Inevitable' TALLAHASSEE Inevitable." h~ WUNCN w#4 lid, 1.0 ea SIN 4dgaa -"lt This was how florida Coach Ray Graves described Florida State's TO NIGH T Sneak Preview Nite and Surprise Nite Anything Can Happen .And Usually Does.! SPECIAL DISCOUNT ro AL L Students And University Personnel Just Present Your ID Cord 1* TL -r"''.L,. venture out of NrierNever L.45(1 a. he reiaxed In a humble Galor locker room Saturday. "'Nev.r FSU Never" was the S lga "at .lri fotbll r"iir this past week. "They ( SV) will he a Hine repre .entatI for thw state Fn the G attr Bowl''"(ra Vii sai d. .We a r. WI,i,,.,, ut o, th.' bowl picture noW. "'II wa, redl .4 d vt.,ry both offensively andi defensively for PsI,"'the Gator coach mid. "'Tbert were lot of tirpak,. for both team,,, and they were able to capItalize on their, while we didn't." "W. stopped ourielves," said Florid. lonewnm. .5nd Charlns Casey in the 4am. vein,. *4s the hardest to tOLp ".ald ('nter (gig y ( 11.11.(04' Ii'Ry (.ravye. al, tawrd the Semm,,y,,' running attack hreded by Phil .Sponinr. It(wevp the ItarIda roach was more impresserd with thw paslnh attack ceered around quArtert)J. k Str ve Tennl a nd rerelvers I rrd Hluetnikotf .nd Don, Floyd. "Tentl got the best pJ*s proBig Bowl Games Decided; Seminoles Go (UTPI) -The 5mew Year's Day Bowl liweups are virtually com-. with the last vataflI spec. dependent upon whthr. Southern Californs. ranl spring the upset of the season next Saturday ...-.-. d-. To Gator Bowl Oregon 51.1. 5-2 or USC 8-3. Cotton [sowi -AiliagsaS 0-C Vt, Nebraska a-I. (MansE Bowl-AlabamA 9-0 vs. Texas 8-I. Sugar Bowl -Lsjustsjfla Stale tertin that 1 .e said Grants. In codtrat, th l Florida oach pointed l&'lt good jobof rufliq"' qua rterbscks. (iraves said Florida hedpisnned to double team Bietnihoff from Bih. 'lart of the gunm. and tii bft floyd o~en ,o mak. th, "cisclV Satrjirs hw's teEnO maiMa .ii year. "Rlrtnlkuft Is a great feceiflt artI told him so," said riorti. d,.f-gsi'. apecillIht Alse. Tr mmmdl. The Florfia coach saW hedlt thant the, wag "S reol turutng "Two Iwmbhes -one In the tirnt points.' ,A -b in. -e litghti amsid. hatk attempted by Visits "We haes bhen practicIng It (the ossa~ hick) at prntc.t, and we thcugWt it was a gmod gambh." "is witting worst game, 23, 964, ~te -aseen all year,"


U b~ F Kr, *1 IN 4 Never FSU, NEVE RIDING HI4 after his team's had to eat GH is Florido 16 to 7 victory a lot of crow in the State coach Bill Peterson over Florida. post, but that' "We'ye over now, "said Peterson after victory (Photo by Ron Sherman of UF Photo Service) NOT OUITE as Gotor Charles Casey misses two passns over his head. JOH N FEIBER (Pho picks up rough yards against Seminoles. to by Ron Sherman UF Photo Service) PHIL SPOONER gets yardage for Seminoles as Lynn Matthews (84) gives chosw .(Phato by Bob Ellison) -K~~' -I -a --_____ a. a a -a I ---a -aa5 a