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man was killed and another LANEY campus
"This Is the one wing of student -
Injured when a single-engine airplane Staff Writer
government where the student
nose dived Into a wooded
area about two miles southwest of Monday. afternoon witnessed the has; direct representation" said
4 the UF campus. around 10 p.m. birth of ACTION the first true llavlser. "We want this to become
4 last night. third political party the UF has a forum for the expression their
4e Alachua County Sheriff's depu- had In several years. viewpoints.
ties would not release the name "This is not an old party comingout "This shouldn't serve as an announcement -
of ty dead pilot pending notifi- under a different name," said : to kick( off an active I
cation of next-of-kln. Listed In Jay D. (Skip) llavlser, chairmanof campaign" Havisor said.II We Just
good condition at the J. Hlllls the ACTION Executive Com- want to serve notice to the politicos -
Miller Health Center was James mittee. "We have tried to bring on campus that we are ready
Y I N x Arthur Davis, 26 NE 7th St., the together responsible people from whenever they are, and will be
only passenger In the plane. both parties who are not satisfied right there with them every stepof
The plane a two-seater with the progress of the existing the way. ,
Luscombe, hit the earth at almosta political organizations." J'" "
90 degree angle approximatelya The new party received official
half-mile from the north end of recognition from the office of Stu- T-
[
Stengle Field. Authorities said It dent Affairs Monday afternoon in
was thought that the plane was Tigert Hall. I outlined as its pur- __
approaching the field for a landing pose "to elect students unde the W
when It crashed. ACTION'banner to office Student '
The site of the crash was about Cove rnmentSC)."
one-half mile from Interstate75and llavlser admitted ACTION has a 'j
:' ..,.. ... ....M., "'-- ----...... .._....-... .... about one and one-half miles long fight ahead of it. lie saidit
ALLIGATOR PHOTOGRAPHER Bob Ellison's camera north of State Road 24. is not as well "financiallyheeled" _
Authorities said there was no as some of the existing
I shows pilot's dead body minutes after plane crashed near fire after the crash. The single parties. However, ILvisersaid the

UF campus. engine was pushed back Into the organization feels the time Is ready
cockpit of the plane by the forceof for third party movement.lie cited
the impact. student apathy as a reason for this
Peace Davis was quoted by deputies as feeling.
Corps saying it felt like they had hit "Half the student body doesn't ,
something. vote, because they have no Inter-
est in student government," said --J' ::1
llavlser. "If we can strike a nervein
Week SlatedStudents He Heard this element of the student ---HAVISERUFers-
body..If we can prove to them
and the other students we are readyto
Loud NoiseED help make SG into a going
will observe next weekas Two of the latest projects spon- concern which will benefit every- Win
UF Peace Corps Week on sored by Peace Corps volunteersare BARBER one, we will have accomplishedwhat
campus. The week of Nov. 29 an archltectual plan In Tun- Editorial Page Editor we set out to do."
through Dec. 5 was so proclaimedby isia and educational television in llavlser said the third party has Hearst Prizes
University Pres. J. Wayne Colombia. "My wife and I heard a loud not been a secret to the partiesnow
Reitz. noise about 10 o'clock" the gray existing on campus. Several
The week is In conjuctlon with Alpha Epsilon Phi will serve as ing man in shirt sleeves said. attempts have been made to head The Alligator' managing editor
the administration of Peace Corps hostess group to the Peace Corpson "1 ran outside to see what It ACTION party off in another dir- and a former Alligator staff writer
aptitude tests. The testing begins the UF campus. The sororitywill was and heard someone call'Help, ection, but they were uasucctss- won a total of $700 In scholarships -
Dec. 2 and the tests are not aid the Corps representativesin help.' ful. in the fifth annual William
competitive. coordinating activities. Alvis Hatcher, 3005 SW 45 St., According to llavlser the partyIs Randolph Hearst Foundation jour-
Members of the five-man team was calmly describing his discovery based on two foundations. Th nalism competition and the UF
will be speaking to some of the After Peace Corps Week, Information of the wrecked,two-passenger first Is mature organization and placed first out of 42 participating
junior and senior classes as wellas about the Peace Corps Luscombe which crashed within a the second the Individuality of each colleges, It was announced last
sororities and fraternities. may be obtained by calling Louise hundred yards of his home last member. ACTION hopes to forman weekend.
Statistics through last September Rothenberg at Franklin 2-2566. night, killing the pilot and InJur- organization where the ideas The School of Journalism received 1
show that 52 former UF stu- Miss Rothenberg will have available ing the one passenger. of each student will receive the a grant equal to the amount ,
dents are In 26 of the 42 countries booklets and other material "I ran down to the plane," Hat same consideration regardless of won by the student
served by the Peace Corps. More concerning the Peace Corps. cher said, "and found the fellow which. If any special group he Rebecca (Becky) Quinn, 3JM, ;
than 10,000 volunteer workers who was hurt laying outside the represents.To from Miami took first place witha
serve these countries. Directories plane." prove the point Ha vis*r cited; $500 scholarship and Joel Gaston ,
for the organization, said Peru Hatcher then called back to his the organization of ACTION party. 4JM from Pensacola finished
leads the list of countries with wife 'to call the sheriff and am- It has no Party Chairman who takes fourth with a $200 scholarship.This .
with eight ex-UF students. Others Available Now bulance. It upon himself to create the party was the third year Uu
Include Chile with five; Columbiaand "But she had already called policy. ACTION has an executive Quinn has won scholarships In the
Liberia with four each India them" he said. "She then brought committee which guides but doe competition. She, finished third In
Thailand and Venezuela with three Campus directories will be dis- down some cushions and we triedto not necessarily dictate the policyof 1963 and fifth In 1962.! '
apiece; Dominican Republic, Sierra tributed from 3 to 5 p.m. todayat make the fellow more com- the party The first plat story shich ap-
Leon and Brazil with two each; the Information booth across fortable." The Idea for ACTION was peared in the Miami Herald concerned -
Somali Republic, Malawi, Iran, from the Hub. According to Hatcher the spawned in the legislative councilof a mother who drove 400
British About 150 will be available to the belief miles for aid for her
Ghana, Guatemala, Napel, Injured man was In pain from his SG. It Is new party hemophiliac
Honduras, Malaysia Bolivia,Pak- "anyone who needs one" according leg, "...and was bleeding from a the legislative council now (bleeder) ..on.Cuton' .
istan, Tunisia Turkey, Ethiopia. to Fred Hedstrom,acmlnlstra- lot of scratches." being used to express the viewsof fourth platt story, a
Malaya, Panama and Togo--all the assistant to the Student Government vested Interests Instead of the Fourth of July feature, told about
with one delegate. vice-president. (Continued on page 10)) majority of the students on what happen when a car wrecks.Larry .

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Republican alligator and Jumped back Into the car, which
the alligator
FSU students who painted Albert
sped away.
Friday night have not been positively Identified

according to Lt. Vernon Holllman of the campus

President In 1968 police. The report said the car had a Sarasota county
"We don't doubt FSU students painted the animal," license plate and Is registered to Robert s

Holllman said, "but we don't know who they were. Yerkes of 418 Valencia Road, Venice. According

to the report, Yerkes Is an FSU student.
Gainesville Mayor Howard McKinney "[feel we convinced the 26 mil- 1:30
UF police files reported that about p.m.
is convinced a conservative lion people who voted Republicanto
Ford
three boys and three girls In a gold 1962
Republican will be in the White do so In the past two years with FSU sticker drove up In front of Albert'spen. "The car and the student have not as yet been
a
House in 1968.Speaking despite the barrage of liverallsm Identified," Holllman said. "We are still Investl.
One of the boys got out of the car, the report -
to 10 members of the thrown at us daily through the press the gating the vandalism. Yerkes may not be the culprit."
the threw red paint on
UF and labor unions." said, ran to cage, ................. __ ____________________. ...
Young Republican Club Thurs- .. ......eo.........'.'.'.'.'.'.'..''.'.'.'..''.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'..''..U'.U' ."..".
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group to do what they can in their "It seems like we should fold

dally lives and in 1968 the "ac- nur tents and steal away, but we
cumulated effect will be tremen- should not be embarrassed after Leg Council MightGo

dous." the tremendous defeat at the polls.

McKinney is the first Republican We should not be embarrassedor

mayor of Gainesville Inoveracentury. apologetic. I am convinced we

He endorsed pr as dent IaI have done a good Job,'" he said.
candidate Barry Goldwater before All YearroundIt

he switched parties.He McKinney said a restoration of

told the group to go along government is in order because of

with what comes from Washington present deficit financing by the is to be proposed by the Stu- At its second .meeting Sunday the constltutuon will still be work.

patiently and rationally even Federal Government.He dent GovernmentSGConstitution night the committee concentratedwork able, Blain explained.

though "we know it Is complete said the consequence of a gov- revision committee that Legislative on rewording Article II deal- However, Blain said a provision

rubbish." ernment that takes money from Council function fully year ing with Leg. Council. The word will be needed to fill representative

Speaking In the Florida Union, some and gives it to others is round. According to committee "trimester" was replaced by positions form areas not

McKinney said the conservativeside deficit financing. chairman Buddy Blain, this is one "term" In each case it appeared.Also open during the summer. Accord

has been told only for the past of the most significant changes that first' and second trimester ing to the constitution, a student
two years. "Nothing else can take place .would be made In.the present con- elections were renamed fall and must live In the area which he
when we spend more than is takenin. set spring elections respectively. In represents. During the
stitution, which is now up by summer
But people have become accus- trimesters with a smaller summer the event that the trimester systemis closed areas create a problem to

tomed to the benefits, making it council. replaced by another system, the "full" council Idea.A .
Hoover InvitedTo difficult to stop." fully functioning council year

lie said every dollar received Babbitt SchackowWin around would avoid many problems
from the states
government by the
such as the budget approval did
SpeakJ. first had to be paid to the central ,
in August, Blain added. Leg.
government. Council did not pass the second

Edgar Hoover, Federal JMBA OfficesSPECIAL reading of the SG budget in August
"There can be no personal liberty
Bureau of Investigation Chief because it believed not enough of
in abankrupt state--then thereis
and state Congressman Edward the student body was representedat
no such thing as federal aid "
Gurney have been invited to he concluded. Ted Babbitt edged out Paul Huck Jerry Schackow won the post of that time. Waiting until September .

speak to the UF Young Re- by 13 votes to become presidentof vice president over Merrel Stain- for approval slowed downSO

publican Club next trimester, the John Marshall Bar Associa- ton by 29 votes. operations.
Debate
said Rita Traver, president.Miss TeamSuccessful tion to a keenly tense crowd. Bud Robinson took the office of Blain emphasized that all plans

Traver said the university The announcement came yesterdayat treasurer-elect by 13 votes. Bob for revision are extremely tenta

group of about 20 students the law school courtroom. Nabors was his opponent. tive at this time.

already has started plans. Other officers elected are Jerry Bop Stephens is the new JMBA "We can only make recommen-

Friday and Saturday seven The UF Debate Team made Schackow, vice president; Bud secretary by 118 votes over his dations," he said, "These pro
club members attended the an Robinson, treasurer elect; and opponent LeRoy Moe. posals are pending approval of Leg.
impressive showing at the Southern
Florida Federation of Young Bop Stephens, secretary."I Council." _
Regional Tournament held recentlyin r
Republicans quarterly con- hope that I will do a real
vention in Winter Park where Columbus, S.C.
good Job and live up to the office,"
The Ay'a
"negative" team of Alan
Gurney was speaking. said Babbitt on hearing the results.
Penchansky and Elizabeth Dros-
kick was undefeated and tied for Results were announced after

GOPNames first place. The "a f f i r m a t v e" JMBA members had counted the r
votes behind locked doors in the
team of Fred Helllnger and Masey
law building.
Bacchus placed third.
Nominations were held Thurs-
Penchansky was one of the three day.
best speakers of the tournament.The .
Approximately 410 votes
negative team plans to go to were
cast in
the election.
HeadCharles Washington for the Georgetown
University Tournament during Retiring treasureer Jack B.Nichols
Thanksgiving. said there apparently had beena
keen Interert in
the
(Chuck) Wilson, a poli- camoalen.

tical science major, has been selected ';, ",..,
to replace Tom Brlghtman :, ,". t. Coupon :('' a yr.;k6y+Qvf

as chairman of the Florida Fed- R ; .

eration of Young RepublicansState r
College Committee. This coupon is good for 1 1a r wxI

Brightman resigned to accepta 25 discount on any

fellowship to Harvard College. 4
Item
on our menu. ;
Wilson was attending; the quar-
terly meeting of the FFYR at

Rollins College, Winter Park. void after Nov. 26 ;:

The two-day meeting ended Sat-

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I Court Upholds Under God' Clause I


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WASHINGTON-The Supreme N.Y., and Alfred L. Klein of Port Objectors to the "under God" Even though children are not libel case, the court set asidea
Court yesterday upheld use of the Richmond, Staten Island. phrase contended it representeda compelled to take part in the 1963 defamation conviction of

words "under God" In public Their lawsuits were rejected by religious exercise and Interfered pledge of allegiance, they added, New Orleans Dlst. Atty. Jim Gar-
school classroom pledges of aUe- three state courts. Monday, the with the right of parentsto any government "aid or advance" rison. It also dlclared unconstitutional -
giance to the American flag.It court in effect approved the argu- oversee the religious instruction to any religion Is unconstitutional.In the Louisiana law used
also ruled that criticism of ment by New York Commissioner of their children. a unanalmous action on the against him.
public officials in criminal libel of Education James E. Allen that

cases, as well as civil cases, recitation of the pledge was not a Garrison had ace U I.d eight
cannot be punished unless malice religious exercise. Louisiana judges of blocking his
is proved.In The Court had ruled
Supreme investigations in a drive to clean
a brief order, with no opinion, earlier that prayers and Bible up New Orleans' famed Bourbon
the court rejected a challenge to reading as part of prescribed devotional from. UPI Street. He said in a press state-
the "under God"phrase originatedin exercises in public ment that their attitude "raises

1956 by Joseph Lewis of Purdy, schools were unconstitutional. interesting questions about the

racketeer influences on our eight

Widow Recalls MomentIn vacation-minded Judges."

After a trial, Garrison was fined
$1,000 and sentenced to four
months in jail on criminal charges
of "defamation" under Louisiana
It
Warren TestimonySchool slander.law, which covers both libel and



WASHINGTONUPI-"And all I Thus Mrs. John F. Kennedy Book Depository building

remember is seeing my husband, recalled the precise second that In Dallas, one year and one day Estes Taken
he had this sort of quizzical lookon the 35th President of the United ago Monday.
his face..." States was hit by a bullet from Her 1,500-word statement was
the sixth floor window of the Texas one small and poignant part of Into
Custody
26 volumes of testimony and exhibits ,
of the Warren Commission
State Endorses
Department
report on the assassination of
John Fitzgerald Kennedy, made Forfiets BondDALLAS

Taylor's Air StatementWASHINGTON public volumes yesterday.The were. placed on sale

for $76 a set. (UPI) A federal judgeyesterday
Here in 15 volumes of testi-
,
(UPI) The State Department yesterday In effect ordered bankrupt farm
mony and 12 volumes of exhibits, tycoon Blllle Sol Estes to forfeita
endorsed Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor's assertion that air strikes at
Communist training areas in north Viet Nam would help the military was the raw material that led the ball bond and a marshal took
commission last Sept. 27 to pub
effort against Red guerrillas battling to overthrow the American- him Into custody.
lish its finding that Lee Harvey
supported government of South Viet Nam.
Oswald, acting alone and not as Estes, however, may not haveto
Press officer Robert J. McCloskey said the department sawa
part of any conspiracy,was the as- remain In Jail long. U. S. Dlst.
,text of an interview given by Taylor, U. S. ambassador to Saigon,
sassin. Judge Sarah T. Hughes ordered
in advance and did not "object" to any part of It.
The White House ordered the another hearing later today to
The spokesman said the State Department did not formerly "clear"Taylor's
TIME FOR A CHANGE volumes made public after a news ,determine whetheranewbond
interview with Life magazine but he said this was not
agency obtained portions of them would be set and whether Estes'
SEE necessary because "the ambassador Is his own man" and Is "free
and distributed a story. Originally brother and uncle would have to
to grant Interviews without clearing" them.
fifajfes BtJ QMI the material was to have been turn over to the government any
If there is bit
anything "a extraordinary" in what an ambassador
given to newsmen tomorrow and part of the old $10,000 bond which
a 20 w. UNIVKKMITY' AV[. Intends to say, "the department is usually Informed," McClockey t'
::17..22.. said "We were in this case." released to the public next Monday she ordered forfeited.A .
to provide time for examination of I

the contents U.S. attorney accused Estesof ,
j
r y
George E. Reedy, White House leaving the 100-county northern
press secretary, said In Austin, district of Texas without InformIng -
When
Jerry West Tex., "I regret very much this the court or the U. S.
premature release which has pre- Comml*loners.Tne .
cluded an orderly method of hand-
fishing. ling this testimony." $10,000 bond was In connection \f
'
goes In small print, in enormous with charges of lying under

detail, in often moving and sometimes oath to the Commodity Credit Corp. ..
terrifying prose, the 952 about his assets. The case Is to be

witnesses whose testimony was tried next year.It II

jk\' .' : ti taken by the Warren Commissiontold
their story of what led up had nothing to do with$200,000 \

to the events of last Nov. 22, bonds In connection with his conviction ;1
and the killing of Oswald by Jack In federal court on fraud

Ruby two days later. charges.
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Apathetic UF FiguresSo



many articles have been written bewailing "our nation's
apathy." At the mention of this modern day terror, self-styled
reformers eagerly Jump on their portable soap boxes. "We are R! :sH (1',
doomed," they proclaim hopelessly, unless. .unless. ." 9..5Ti ;'

Unless What? American apathy encompasses so many faults,
habits, and Ideas. We have a special apathy for every occasion--
political, social, domestic, religious, educational. There is
definitely no infallible remedy.Our .


question'Is where does apathy exist In your life at the
University? View any class of our students, and note the "'
expression in their eyes. If the professor strives to Incite Interestand \D
curiosity, then the expressions of his listeners will attestto
his success. But if the professor regards each day astorturefilled -
drudgery, and finds his subject matter less Political Echoes
Interesting than yesterday's weather forecast, it is not difficultto
fathom the lack of enthusiasm in his class. This type of I IRon
professor often transforms a discussion class into a lecture The Government Of UF And FU
purely for his own convenience.Then .


there is the supposedly popular, smugly content professor SpencerJust Students: take an active part in the
whose classes center around one activity--selecting typical administration of the school. For example, two
progress test questions. He feels that he is performing an students sit---and vote---on the Senate---the
Invaluable service, but the truth is that he is not fostering what does Student Government (SO)mean 15-man top committee at the FU. A student

learning, but a course in "prog passing." to you? even sits on the German equivalent of our
Chances are, If you are steeped in the
Board of Control---with 'voting power. The
traditional UF attitudes and folkways, then the
Another apathetic campus figure is the esteemed counselor. three-man scholarship committees are
Special tribute must be paid that type of counselor who really answer is not much. .unfortunately. A notable composed of one full professor, one asslstant-
couldn't care less whether you are majoring in education or lack of response to the worthwhile aspects of professor and one student.
astronomy. He tosses you courses with atearyyawn and answers SG exists on campus, has always existed and
your questions In a mutter. It is only too likely that you later perhaps will always exist. Call it apathy or Most of the student authority In the FU
find yourself with a set of unnecessary courses. what have you, but it's nere.. student governing system is vested in the
Much of this negativistic Student Parliament, faintly similar to

Of course, apathetic students are not rarities either. Far too attitude toward SG results '>ur Legislative Council, whose members are
many students spend their studying time flipping through old from ((1) lack of knowledgeon alected from the various colleges--such as

progs instead of reading assigned material. Quite a few add no the part of the studentryof law, medicine, natural science, etc.----by the
more to class discussions than the desk tops on which they what SG should do and Li. students themselves in a general election.
does do (2) the tendencyto
slumber. Yet these are the first to complain of call class**. ,
link all of SG to the The itself is charged with the
Efforts to enliven them would consume too many calories. parliament
"political game" itself authority to choose the Student Body president
the storm and fury, sense from its own ranks. As well, the parliament
There Is no jclearcut solution to this problem, only a lengthylist and nonsense that accompanies elects all members of the university com-
of perhapses and maybes. But the problem must not be the snrinelections.- """'" mitees, such as student members of the Board
;; ;
(3)--- nii'p
, disregarded. What expression will be read in the eyes of our a of Control, the Finance Committee, Social
future students? of the purposes SPENCER Affairs
of SG, (4) unfavorable comments--both fair and

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Inability of SG to tackle garguantuan projects "Allgemeine -
TODAY'S QUOTE which, if completed, would tend to Inflate its Students Committee) or ASTA--as In Peter

campus image tremendously.When Lawford's- dog's name.A .
all is said and done, however, it must party system of sorts exists, but most
"There two to aim at in life first to get what
are things : be said in all honesty thatSG--UF styledoesfall party activity occurs WITHIN the parliament,
want and, after that, to enjoy it. Only the wisest of mankind without,
not
you ; short of what it could be. Much of this can the real ruling body of the campus---
achieve the second." be seen by comparing the UF system to that of a as here. Any comparison of the strength of our
European university. Legislative Council and the FU parliament is

Logan Pearsal Smith Hartmut Eggert, In his first year as a language purely coincidental.What .
instructor at the UF, was the source of the then does ASTA do for the students?
following Information concerning SG at the Students, through ASTA, take the Initiative in
Free University of Berlin, at which he was a social affairs, scholarships, In planning committees -
The FloridaALLIGATOR student. Eggert came to the Free University for the construction of new buildingson
from the U. of Freiburg, where he had servedas campus, In honor court activity, in a
vice president of the student body.It constitution committee, in the establishment of
must in all fairness be initially noted that special lectures by FU guests, as well as
there are great differences between the conducting a travel bureau for students

Served by United Press International university system in Europe and that here In interested in vacations or cheap trips.In .
the States, and--as well--that the Free
some areas, ASTA has had great success:
Editor. . . . . . .Walker Lundy University of Berlin is not typical ofallGerman It has taken the initiative (with fruitful results.
Managing Editor. . . . . . Joel Gaston universities.The to Improve food and eating conditions in the
Assistant, Managing Editor. . . . .Nancy Brachey odd thing about the Free University is cafeteria, and has prepared in conjunction with
Assistant Managing Editor. . . .Dave Berkowltz that students themselves conceived of It and architects complete plan for student housing
Editorial Pate Editor . . . . Ed Barber began it themselves in 1948 during the Berlin villages. Students have also taken surprisinglYgreat
Sports Page Editor. . . . .Bruce Dudley Blockade. In the post-World War II years, the amounts of'action in the fields of nationaland
City Editor . . . . . . .Skip Haviser old Berlin university was situated In the eastern international affairs, discussing wit
Campus Living Editor. . . Donita Mathison sector of the city. Primarily due to Soviet important members of the German Parliament
pressure applied to the students important
they voicedan and other public representatives such
,Editorial Assistants --Jim Castello. Ann Carter. Don Federnun, Independent opinion for the establishmentof topics as the Reunification and ..learm-u. **
Tova levine, Sam Ullman, Ernie Litz (Circulation Manager: ), a new university free from Soviet Influence. Questions. Frequently their suggestions are
Stan Kulp (Cartoonist), Ron Spencer, Gary Swallow. Sixteen years later the Free University (FU) given much more consideration than merelYthe
had grown to a size of 15,000 students---
students.
traditional grain of salt afforded
a
Reporters Patti Pit (Student Government Beat Chief). approximately the size of the UF student body. cream
The strength of SG at the Free University To imply that all Is "peaches and
Joe Kollin, Bob Golub, Joe Waldorf. Sharon Kelley. Yxette the
Cardozb, Frank Shepard, Lee Alexander. Agnes Fo...les. Thelma In comparison to that at the UF, is seemingly however would be to grossly exaggerate
overwhelming. Much of this is true Eggert, apatny
the direct resultof situation. According to
Mossman David
Marjorie Green Evan Langbeln Kennedy, 1941
it having been founded and nurtured the students does exist, and as
by among
Terry Rogers, Susie Halback, Jeffrey Denkealter Dick Dennis, students. stud nw
,Beverly Faber, Dick Schneider, Greg S IU. Sue Dobbie, Lorraine recedes farther In the background,
Viscardi, Ami Saperstein, Maureen Collins, Anne Gartrell, Kathy; Students arranged to bring in the professorsand have seemingly forgotten somewhat the legacy be
Walker, Barbara Utt. even got the needed buildings.U.S.sources, of the past. The net result of this nay
especially the Henry Ford Foundation, ,lessening In student control of the campus.

THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaperof contributed heavily to the construction of more Apathy does seem to te growing, according w
recent buildings, resulting in Eggert.In .
the University of Florida and Is published five times weekly today's campus little
with an up-to-date look. can be
except during May, June and July when it Is published semi- comparison to the UF, there University
weekly. Only editorials represent the official oplrJon of The The university Is headed by a rector, similar doubt that the students at the seU"IO\ernrneDi Free
Alligator. Columns represent only the opinions of their authors. to our president, with one great difference., live under a greater amount of of the
,The Alligator Is entered as second class matter at the United The Free University rector Is elected each and have much to say In the policies due to
States Post Office at Gainesville. year by a vote of the full professors of the administration itself. Whether this administrate is
University. maturity, chance or a benevolent
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::::: the Trimester System (SOTS) is getting politicians, and people In general have voiced If I understand Mr. Bill Coeller's remarks !: ::k':;:*
:::::;:. organized, I think it Is high time those of us discontent over the trimester system, few have In last week's Alligator Interview, he feels 4:;:::: '::::
:: :::! who favor this young tradition to follow suit. offered a better alternative. NO system would that literature (a distasteful thing at best) :::: ::::
:::::::: With this In mind, I propose a Society for the please everyone, I'm sure, but perhaps with a and humor are Incompatible. Might I suggest :;:::: :::: :
:::::::: Prevention of the Obliteration of the Trimester little sober thought the cries of anger and that he take time out from his busy biochemical :::::: ::: :
:::: :: System (SPOTS). anguish that the present system evokes would duties and sample some of the following authors: :: :: ::
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:::: i for one have yet to hear any very sound abate to a shrill whine. Max Shulman Joseph Heller Evelyn Waugh, ::::' ::.}::
reasons for doing away with a good plan that Why are people unhappy about the trimester? James Thurber, E. D. White, Malcom :::::::: ::::+
may very well be followed by many other First, It was a change, and any change makes Muggeridge, Robert Grover, Terry Southern ::::::: ::::
progressive universities In the years to come. some people unhappy. And some people just Gore Vidal, S. J. Pearlman, and Norman 1:::: i::::::
I feel that this university Is going places and enjoy bickering about anything. Many students Mailer ti'::: $:::::
the trimester will be one of the vehicles for don't realize that much of the stress attributedto I :::;
its upward development. the trimonster" comes NOT from the Gerald Jones s::::
I said I had not heard any sound reasonsI -- trimester system, but Is a result of the added Associate Editor : :::::: 101
have heard reasons. So far the students seem competition of the Increased number smarter New Orange Peel : ::::::::
to be complaining that they have as much to students, In turn a result of the stiffened entrance .I.m; ; ::
do in less time. The professors who oppose it requirements of the university just prior to the P. S. The New Orange Peel does not claim s:::::::::
say they (students and professors) cannot do changeover to the trimester. And some stressis this quality but It can claim that direction. ;: ::::::;:

as much. These statements are diametrically felt In universities all over the United States, :
opposed to each other (i.e. they cannot both in quarter, semester, trimester, or oddball : ::
be true). system schools, and can't fairly be blamed on m
The trimester has become a scapegoat for the "trimonster."
those who flunk out. It is easier to say, "I just It is "part of the age we live In." The noise
couldn't beat that mean old trlmonster," than, from these people I'll label normal and unavoid
STUDY TO WONDERFUL
"I went to too many parties," or facing up to able," and ignore. Apart from these people
the fact that not everyone is cut out of college there are those with legitimate gripes about the MUSIC WITH A
material. It is noteworthy that some people system, who want It changed. I feel that the
manage to beat the "monster" for four years trimester system, if properly modified,can offer
and leave with a degree to prove It. I'll admit more than any other system. It CAN be modified.It ZENITH M/AM TALE *AD/Oj
the trimester weeds out the mediocre student, MUST be modified, or die, or offer frustrated,
but is this a bad thing? half-educated maniacs to serve the United
As for the Instructors, I recall the one who States. as low as $39.95Performance
complained most bitterly about It was the one Since I feel that the best system is a modified
who wasted more of the time he had than any trimester system I am opposed to SOTS(Society
other instructor I've seen. In fact, I've little for the Obliteration of the Trimonster System), Guaranteed By
doubt that what he accomplished could have who as yet have offered nothing to replace It Ii
been done with a tape recorder in three weeks. (at least publicly, I.e. in the Alligator), and I COUCH'S Own Quality Zenith I
I have nothing personal against the membersof have organized a less drastic group called k
SOTS, I like to see people get together to SOBERS (Society for Organized Betterment of Complete FM Service Dept.
Iron out their problems and their meetings will the Existing Ridiculous System). We of SOBERS
undoubtedly provide excellent group the rapy,but have a PLAN for Improvement. Anyone
it looks like antl-trimesterism is becoming so Interested write to 3224 N. W. 13th Street for COUCH'S '08HM'NST' I

faddist that soon the rest of us will hesitateto information.
admit our position for fear of becoming social Sillinq ZENITH Sine !19U _
outcasts. Dave Clough 1
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Wm. Nicholas Stoffel .

4EDKennedy's Thomson. . ileuse/ "

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DeathROSE Please tell me how you manageI
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to make me look so great on campus.

The only thing I can't pass now I':

OF FREEDOM ::1:1:::; is a crowd of boys. Those vertical

m stretch follow the
pants
Cameras clicking and pens clacking.The
long hot day is being nerve-wracking. ;:::;: sleek line of most resistance.;

People yelling and flags flying. ;f And guarantee the least resistance;

Two dozen roses are slowly dying.A :::;: un campus. Then, total recovery

jet has flown through all the sky. mm (only the pants, Mr. Thomson, not the boys) .

Throughout the town the people stirred. The reflex action of )our ,'
Confusion, noise, a laugh, a cry. stretch
111l proportioned pants
Above these all, three shots are heard.A ,
1::::: is second; only to the reflex action t

limousine grounds to a stop 1 1 of that Psych: major I've had my eye on. ,

Then rushes off to scream all hell.A :::::: And the fit! Mr. Thomson, please, ,
smear of red is seen on top.
1 how did them to fit well?
A lady holds the head that fell. you gel so
1;;;;1 I adore you, Mr. Thomson! t
The tv blares; (it can't be truer!)
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We don't believe the news we heard. II
It's all a joke; publicity; R.U..D..D..Y..S..1ill1
Ridiculous, insane, absurd!
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No color, race or creed denied. ::1:'; Gainesville, Florida !
One and all, the tears be shed.
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We disbelieve; a curse, a prayer, ?LLtW SEND ",E. 'AIReS) or /
But's true---our president Is dead. : ::: .''R. THOMSON 'ANTS. STYLE '7IOI/OJ.,% ;
f::::%: / STRETCH NYLON <,* VIRGIN:" WOOL INs /
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More cameras clicking; pens clacking. : :* / O rtmt: QHUBYATO /
:::: a REALLY RED OLIVE CKEEN j
The long hot day was all so nerve-wracking. ::'r BROWN /
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'People yelling; flags halfflying.A .:::f: 0 MIGHT BLUE OCREY
bright red rose has finished dying. F.:.:::'.. 1/ C Il'JUmmD: COLD C BLACK /1
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Michael Smith rr.r: ; 7MI S/M !$..- AMD UNDER S TO ll... ;
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to-the-ditor from all students and ;* / CITY /

Interested non-students In the UF ::: r BTATt ilt CODE. ,_
community. All we ask Is that an Utters r.:::}
? :: i IJ C.O.D.Q CHECK ENCLOSED AWT.I I-
and that a telephone camberbe
be signed $14.00 / *|WM.tMM.Wn titj..**!......*t/t.pplic...., 1
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Image of a Florida man. 1 m''.. -- Gainesville, ti.

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to Fremacs and take advantage ::::':. '
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of their i convenient charge plan, 1U1:':::. lt'' m go out), call 372- ,

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pre- fn the is Ouik-Save .
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I Help WantedFEMALE I I For RentWILL I I r For Sale I I LI Autos I AutosONE



STUDENT with cashier DAY ONLY. Must sell my
experience for part-time work. HAVE TWO CHOICE small -MVSTSELLI964Ducati 1962 PONTIAC TEMPEST car today! Best offer over $1400
apartments available Jan. 1st.One Falcon -- 80 motorcycle $170 or
Apply Florida Book Store, Mrs. Original owner; financed Campus takes the keys. 1963 SPIT FIRE.
with kitchen one without--acres a best offer. See Jeff at 116 NW
Mason. Phone 376-6066. (E-59- Credit Union. Very reasonable; 8,600 miles. FR 2-3032 after '4p.m.
from at 321 SW 13th 7th Terr. 372-6643. (A-59-tf-c).
3t-c). campus, good condition. Cash or older car (G-59-lt-c).
Street. Would like couple or quiet .
-- -- for equity. 2-1276. (G-57-5t-c).
MALE THIRD or fourth year gentlemen. Two people for each IBM STANDARD TYPEWRITER, Good

accounting student for parttimework. apartment. (B-59-lt-c). carbon ribbon, model C, 13" '56 OLDS "8?" 2-dr., radio, 1956 condition.VOLKSWAGEN New tires, ,new trans-
carriage, artisan 12 type, onyx
Florida Book Store
Apply heater, automatic. Excellent con- mission, and radio. $450. Call
Mrs. Mason. Phone 376-6066. (E- FOR R E NT: One bedroom blue, 18 months old. $400 cash or dition. Call M-F after 6 p.m. .
372-1359 after 5 p.m.G-59-3t-c)
cash and take 5 monthly
furnished $305 over
$65
59-3t-c). apartment. per 378-1188. Car at 1116 SW 2nd
month. 727 SE 5th Ave.Phone 783- payments of $19.00 each. Phone .
Ave. (G-56-5t-p)
CIRCUIT DESIGN Technician/ 2164 after 5. (B-59-2t-c). Mrs. Martinez FR 6-3261, Ext.
i i
,_ engineer. Immediate opening. .. 2575, 8-5 p.m.A-59-lt-c). MUST SELL Immediately 1964 I Real EstateFOR I
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FURNISHED NEW air-conditioned, - --
Industrial experience preferred. PORSCHE SC, slate grey. $3900
Pay open. Full time only. ContactMr. split level apartment. For 3 boysor FOR SALE: 1963 Allstate Motor cash or take over payments. Call
McLeoud or Mr. Parker, girls. 3 blocks from campus. Scooter. $175. Call 8-1494. (A-; 6-7127 after 3:30 and ask for
372-3518. Atkins Technical Inc., Call 376-1301 after 1 p.m. 1824 58-5t-p). Mike. (G-55-5t-c). RENT OR SALE 2 bedroom,
3606 SW Archer Road. Manu- NW 3rd Place. (B-59-5t-c). 2 bath lake front home completely

facturers of temperature and VIKING 4-track, stereo tape deck. 1964 FIAT 4-door sedan, In furnished. Call John Dillon, 372-
humidity instrumentation. (E- 9- APARTMENT TO SUB-LET, In Model 76 compact. Slightly used. excellent condition with only 8,000 7658 for details. (I-55-5t-c).
5t-c). Colonial Manor. Available after $175. Call Univ. ext. 2832 between miles. $250 equity and take over
Dec. 15. Call 6-1103B-58-3t-c). 8 and 5. (A-51-tf-nc). be at GAINESVILLE AREA INVEST-
balance of $750. May seen
FULL TIME Transcribing Combine
MENT PROPERTIES
104 SW 8th Street after 5 p.m.
Secretary II Position open,working APARTMENT AVAILABLE on or IDEAL HOME for University & (G-54-tf-nc). high return and excellent tax
with students, permanent. Call before Jan. 1. $75.00 monthly; Medical Center personnel. Lovely benefits. Call Charlie Mayo.

376-3261 Ext. 2741 for interview. 2 bedrooms. 319 NW 1st Street, location 5 min. from Univ. 3 1964 MG-B 1961 ALFA ROMEO. MARY MOELLER REAL ESTATE

(E-59-3t-c). Apt. 4. Call 2-7035 or 6-2693. bedroom, 2 bath with large living Buy either;one or both. Call Bo CONSULTANTS FR 6-4471. (I-

(B-57-3t-p). space. FHA financing. Call FR Cook, FR 8-1052 or FR 29363or 55-1 Ot-c).
FEMALE ARTIST, full time. Must 6-4097. (A-55-20t-c). r-
see at Pike house. (G-44-tf-c).
be proficient in lay-out design and FOR SALE BY OWNER leavingarea.
production mechanics. Bring 1964 HONDA 50. Very Clean. Choice of 2 duplexes with
I Wanted I 1957 PLYMOUTH 2-dr V-8 FURY
samples to Pepper Printing Co. $225. One, 1964 ZUNDAPP at hardtop. Radio, heater, stick shift established Incomes and 4-
between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. 1024S. Cyclerama. Phone 378-2811. (A- in floor, good tires. Excellent buy, bedroom, 2- bath home near
Main Street. (E-55-5t-c). 55-tf-c).
University. Call 372-7658. (I-
... for $295. Call 2-3251 after 6 p.m,
2 COEDS to share large 2 bedroom (G-44-tf-c). 59-lt-nc).
ARTS & CRAFTS Instructor. apartment. $30 per month. Please USED SMITH-CORONA Portable
Experienced. Afternoons and call 378-2450 evenings. (C-59-2t- typewriter. Excellent condition;
Saturday. Call Mr. Dobbs at Boys c). just cleaned. See at 3224 N. W.
.Club FR 2-5341. (E-55-tf-c). 13th Street. First trailer on left.

RIDERS WANTED from Miami to (59-2t-nc).
Gainesville on Nov. 29. Call Dr.
I Personal -I Pliskow at 376-3211, Ext. 5592. '62 SKYLINE 46 x 10, 2 BDR.
(C- 9-2t-c). Trailer for sale. Air conditioned.
Very Nice. Phone Hickory Hill

WANTED: RIDERS for trip to Trailer Park, 376-3694, after 5:30
HAVE YOU PICKED UP YOUR Bradenton, Naples, etc. Leaving p.m. (A-57-tf-c).
1963-64 SEMINOLE/ you paid Wednesday, Nov. 25 in p.m.
for a 63-64 Seminole you may Returning Friday in time for Miami GIBSON Classical Guitar,one year
come by Room 9 In the Florida game. Contact Don Federman in old. Originally $120. Will sell for

Union and claim your yearbook.We Student Publications, Ext.2832, $75 w/case. Contact Sandy, 2065
are open 8-5 p.m. M-F. (J8tfnc or late at night at 82193.: Rawlings. (A-55-5t-p).

). (C-53-7t-nc). PERFORMERS
16 MM SOUND PROJECTOR Kodak
DRY CLEAN, 8 Ibs. $1.50. This Pagent model 8K5 in absolutelynew
is approx. 10 articles of clothing. condition. $250. Mr. Bradic, .

GATOR GROOMER Coin Laundrynext Room 208, Thomas Hotel. COME AND GO
to University Post Office. (A-57-5t-nc).
(J-53-tf-c).
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ID card Is not an activity
i card and vice-versa, a situation
:* which has caused cons Ide ra b le
mix-up and confusion among UF
,
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C
eek students.
ID cards are brown. They do
not have your picture on them.
These are the cards you need when
you pick up tickets to plays pre-
sented by the Florida Players.
"Students must have an IDcardfor

every ticket they pick up for ...A
any play presented by the Florida
Players," says Richard Straham,
staff ticket manager.
"In the past there has been some
confusion concerning the reserva-
tions, Stratum stated.
"People would come a day late!
for their reservations or else
they would pick the tickets up and
. UNIVERSITY CHOIR PRACTICES FOR PRE-CHRISTMAS SHOW TONIGHT then not come.
"The reservations are good only
on the day they were made for and
from now on the tickets can only
/The 'Hazing'Defined be play.picked up on the day of the

Reservations can bo changed,

Musical SceneREID however.The Florida Players will present

"She Stoops to Conquer", an 18th
arrangement of the traditional Grand Pas-Glazunov. "Fraternity hazing"was defined century comedy by Oliver Gold-
"Twelve Days of Christmas" fea- explicitly last week In a statement smith, December 26.
turing soloists and choir. Tickets will be available Issued by Dean of Men, FrankT. The schedule for this play has
Head, Department of Music The "Ceremony of Carols" by Tuesday, Nov. 24, Monday and Adams. been changed. December 2-4 the
the well known British composer Tuesday, Nov. 30, and Dec. 1 According to Adams' statement, show will begin at 7:30 p.m. Dec.
Christmas choral music and the Benjamin Britten will be the fea- at the following location and Issued on behalf of the Student 8 and 6 there will be a matinee
al portion of the cantata "Mer tured work sung by the Women's prices: Organizations and Social Affairs performance at 2:30 p.m. and a
ge of Freedom", based on the Glee Club. UF Students at Information Booth Committee, "hazing" Is defined as performance at 8 p.m.
ugural Address of John F. Ken- The final group on the program across from Hub, daily from 10 "any action taken or situation Reservations for the show can
dy, are the highlights of this will combine all the voices In a.m. to 4 a.m. Tickets available created, Intentionally, whether on be made by calling extent Ion 2144
ening's concert, at 8:15 In Uni- singing works by Theron Kirk, with I.D. cards. or off University premises,to pro from 1-3 p.m. on MondayFriday."The .
rsity Auditorium. The concert Alfred Burt and Katherine K. Da- duce mental or physical dis- earlier the reservationsare
11 be presented by the Unl- General Public, at Record Bar, comfort, embarrassment, har- made the better the seats
rslty Choir, directed by Elwood vis.As a memorial to John F. Ken- 923 W. Univ. Ave., dally from rassment or ridicule." are, Straham states. '_
Ister and the Men and Women'see nedy, just a year after the tragic 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., tickets pricedat "Such activities and situations "There Is a need to emphasize
Clubs, Guy B. Webb, con- assassination of Nov. 22, 1963, $2.00. include paddling In any form, cre- that tickets go on sale to the public
ctor. the combined choirs will offer UF Faculty, Room 108, Music ation of excessive fatigue, physical 10 minutes before the perfor
The Men's Glee Club will open the concluding portion of the can- Building dally from eight to noon and psychological shocks, mance. There Is a waiting list
program with "Cry Out and tata, "Heritage of Freedom," by and one to five tlckets-i.OO. guests, treasure hunts, scavenger for these tickets and It Is difficult -
out," by Nystedt, followed by Russell Danburg, Associate Pro- hunts, road trips or any other to get them at the time of the
erformance of the "Album for fessor of Music at the Universityof such activity carried on outsidethe performance."Late .
ile Voices of the arrivals will not be seated
| by Norwegian com- Florida. confines campus.
ser Edvard Greig.e Mrs. Nancy Royster, daughterof The statement also expressed until the first break In the per-
University Choir's openingup Dr. and Mrs. H. K. Wallaceof objection to "conspicuous"wearing formance," he continued.
will Include the "Exultate Gainesville will offer an Honors apparel, engaging in pub- Tickets for the play can be pickedup
io" of Palestrina; the famous The American Ballet Theatre Senior Recital In Unlverlsty Au- lic stunts and buffoonery,late work st Norman Hall box officeon
Ulelula" by Randall Thompson' will appear University Au- ditorium on Wednesday, Dec. 2, sessions which interfere with the day of the play. It the reservations -
hUe Angels Sing," a Mexicank ditorium on Tuesday, Dec. 1, and at 8:15: p.m. She will sing selec- scholastic activities, and "any are for a matinee per-
tune arranged by Paul Chrlst- not on Wednesday, Dec. 2, as tions by Handel and Purcell four other activities which are not consistent formanc the tickets can be pickedup
Psen; and "Glory Be To God" previously announced. The lieder by Clara Schumann, four with the regulations and after I p.m. Tickets for the
the contemporary composer program will Include "Les Syl- songs of Debussy, and arias and policies of the educational Insti night performances can be pickedup
Jan Berger. phides," Pas de Deux from "Don songs by Mozart, Stravinsky, and tution. after ':30 p.m.
Concluding the group! a lively Quixote," "The Combay," and the Norman Dello Jolo.

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Campus News Briefs Wilman has a related pieceof
Marine Corps sculpture on exhibition for
the rest of the trimester In
Members of the U.s. Marine New Officers Prof Wins Honors the reception office, Building ;
Corps Officer Selection Team Angel Flight X, Room 9, of the art depart-
will be at the Hub Room 121 New officers of Pi Kappa BJUBrad) Bowes took first ment.
and 123 today through noon tomorrow Angel Flight will hold a prac Phi fraternity are Manuel place overall trophy recentlyIn AEPhi OfficersNew
to recruit men for the tice drill today at 4:30 p.m. at James, president; Jim Powell, a Gainesville Sports Car
Marine Corps Officer Program. Norman Field.All members are treasurer; Eddie Oliver,secretary Club event at the old air base. officers of AEPhl sorority I
expected to be present. ; Bing Michael, warden, Bowes, a professor of building are Cynthia Stillmao,
John Hancock, historian; Chuck construction at the UF, took president; Ruth Rappaport;first fS ...
Oxford Debate Trieste, chaplain. three of the five events vice president; Cheryl Rotman,
Play Tickets Now Prof. Howes thinks It's second vice president; Linda :
DiscussionThe time to leave the sport while Letzlg, treasurer; Barbara '
Plans for the on-campus debate he'. still on top. Horn, member-at-large;
United Church of Christ
with Oxford University will Tickets for Florida Players' "Sports car racing Is just Barbara Buns, rush chairman.
be completed arrangements play "She Stoops to Conquer", will hold a meeting Sunday at too darn expensive for a university
for the University of South Flor- Dec. 2-6, may be obtained by 8 p.m. la the Florida Union professor and betides, ,IFC Grants
ida Novice Debate will be dis- calling University Ext. 2144 or Room 220. Reverend Melvln- I'm getting too old." Howes 0 ...
Dollar will conduct the discus Three grants-ln-aid have
cussed at a meeting of the UF 28 1. said.
sion. been awarded by the later-
Debate Society tonight at 7:30in
Tlgert Hall Room 331. Pre-Law Fraternity Council, Gordon Go-
Art Awards wen, chairmao of IFC Academic g:
Announcements Affairs, has announced ft
The Pre-Law Society will Bill Wllman. A UP graduate
Circle K meet tonight at 7 la the Law student majoring In Sculpture Those receiving the $113 'r "
December graduation announcements School Courtroom, Room 120. has won the Houston Museum awards are Buddy Jacobs, fc
The Circle K Club will meet are now on sale T.E. "Ted" Duncan, State's of Fine Arts $200 award Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Richard i
tonight at 7 In Florida Union at the Campus Shop and Book- Attorney for Alacbua County, In the 2th Annual Texas Paint- Dandurand Phi Kappa Tau; and f
Room 118. All visitors are wel Howard Sheridan. Theta Chi. K
store. will speak. tog and Sculpture Exhibition.
come. JJrJi X J/ .' A'w7'4Y.A Y.t! J"n/ //J G'Y l J/ / /J$ ;C 0 #G 9l. 1.ll';i /'//hW JH J JIr/r x-w l h');
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From Leg Council of a (SG) Student opinion Willis noted that some studentssaid The Public Relations secretarysaid
poll taken Tuesday night showed they had been under a quarter the results and method of takingthe
71 percent of the students contactedto system and asked of the chances of poll will be sent to Governor-
be against the trimester system. establishing the system at the UF.
Legislative council; tor special
Visions of money are dancing
I through the heads of four campus budget requests tonight. elect Haydon Burns to inform him
organizations scheduled to ask the The organizations are hoping to The poll was conducted by the The poll tended to question more of the survey of student opinionon
talk the Council into handling outa
SG Public Relations office In cooper- upper division students than thosein the controversial subject.
total of $1,750 at tonight's 8:30
ation with Delta Gamma and Alpha University College. Classifications -
meeting In the Florida Union
p.m.
Chi Omega sororities, and Sigma
Plane Auditorium. Alpha Epsilon fraternity.One "Because of the rigorous scheduleof
of the students were 9 per the trimester system, it's hardto
Chairmen of the council's 'six cent, freshmen; 35 per cent sopho- find students that can afford to
"active" committees will give reports mores; 22 per cent, juniors and take two hours out to conduct the
for the second meeting In hundred students were calledat 34 per cent, seniors and above. student opinion polls." Willis said.
Continued from
r.ol ( page one) a row. Only the Budget and Finance random from the student directoryand
Committee, Excuse Committee asked the following questions:
"About fifteen minutes later,the
and Rules and Calendar COM
sheriffs car arrived and the am-
buUnce here right after- MITTEE HAS HELD A MEETING What's <3&J
got See New in
wards." WHEN REPORTS WERE GIVEN AT "Have you ever gone to a col- I
While Hatcher and his wife the last council session. lege that used a semester system? _

awaited the arrival of help, the
hurt passenger spoke to Hatcher.He There will be a Gator Party "Are you In favor of the trimester The Browse ShopART
told Hatcher that his leg was Caucus at 8:00 p.m. In the Flor- system at the UF?
hurt and asked If there was any- ida Union Auditorium anda
WEEK Frames Prints Portfolios Posters
thing that Hatcher could do for :
"If you were on the state legis-
the pilot. V.O.T.E. Party Caucus at 7:30 lature, would you vote for abolishingthe
"I had already looked at the p.m. In room 119 of the Union. trimester system?" PAPERBACK & HARDCOVER
pilot," Hatcher said grimly, "and
saw that there was nothing I coulddo
for him." ROMAN ART & ARCHITECTURE..Mortimer Wheeler
Within a "momments of the ouR HOMEBAKEDLSAi4i
crash, spectators had arrived at .
the site. Cars lined the little dirt KLEE. . ?. . . .Gualteri de San Lazzaro
road running parallel to Interstate
15. People stood In little groups,
CONCISE HISTORY OF MODERN SCULPTURE

talking.Approximately 200 yards from is TH'E HiT ) Herbert Read
the road, in the middle of a weed-
choked field, the up-ended plane .' .
stood with headlights and flash- OF THE till. HOKUSAI . . : ...,. . .J. ,Hielier

lights bathing it In light.The yellow

fuselage,, glisteningunder the fine CAMPUS yNarmaucIta'S MICHELANGEL'.. . . . .Goldschneider
mist of rain,seamed to flow against
the black background of trees., v
Working mostly in silence with THE DRAWINGS OF: HEINRICH KLEY
occasional low murmuring, the '
.ed. Grbz
1 sheriffs deputies struggled to remove by George
the dead man from the wreckage -

I their shadows dancing across TUTANKHAMEN . . .G. Desroches Noblecourt
) the lighted section of the field.
The sheet-wrapped body was removed -
I cars and ambulance left. SCULPTURE REPRODUCTIONSFAMILY
Onlookers climbed into their automobiles -
.. and the little yellow plane "

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the dark sky.

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F I 60 girls, from both sorority and independent ranks. The new pledges, who along with the 20 initiated sisters work with the ATOsin I

rush, service projects and other activities, are from left to right, Marie Applegate (Alpha Chi), Gypsy Cox (I), Cathie

Skinner (KD), Joan Gracia (Chi Omega), Carol Swann (Zeta), Barbara Latham (ADPi), Liz Rothrock (Tri-Delt), and Janice

I Wacaster (I).
Christmas Is

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year's subcommittee on dents employed on campus receive actions of last year's subcommittee SG Sec. of Labor Bob DeLoachwill
student employment will be reactivated lower wages than students at other will be reviewed. serve as a member of the I
to study student employeewages. universities and those working off Last year's recommendations subcommittee to give the student
Dr. AltonC.Morris,chair- campus in the Gainesville Included suggestions fro an 85 body a voice in subcommittee re- StealingChristmas 1
man of the University Student Fin- campus in the Gainesville area. percent minimum wage and estab- commendations. .
ancial Aid Committee, has an- One of the subjects to be studied lishment of work scholarships.The
nounced.The by the subcommittee is a Job clas- 85 cent minimum wage could not Morris and DeLoach said they Is usually a time forgiving
subcommittee will studya sification system. It may be pos- be put In effect due to lack of feel they are receiving support and receiving,yet some students -
wage survey recently releasedby sible to establish a system where- funds, but the wrok scholarships of the administration on this matte steal or "appropriate" to

Student Government(SO)Secretary by studetns are paid according to are now In use. r. cive.
of Labor Bob DeLoach and skill rather than University clas- "Stealing or shoplifting goes on
all but Increases as the season
recommendations to be made by sification under such a system year
sification Morris said. Approaches says Jack Rutledge,
SG stemming from this survey. HumanitiesSwitch
assistant director of the Campus
The subcommittee was originally Under such a system a sopho-
established last year under the more and a senior would rec Ive Shop and Bookstores.
added that retail stores
committee on student employment.The equal pay for doing the same type Rutledge
also have this problem to an even
survey released last week of job. PlannedThe greater extent.
showed that UFstu-
DeLoach
by Morris outlined three steps to Rutledge said the most common
be taken before his suborn mittee thefts are of glassware, sweatshirts -
YAMAHA BMWMotorcycles could begin its work First, he Humanities, C-S, has returned "We have problems in Cbe soft goods, perfumes, and
is waiting for the SG recommen- to the program it used cause we deal with so many areas," books.
Ancient civilization said. "We don't want students and then resold
Discriminating dations. After these recommendations three years ago. Derrick "Books are taken
For The are made, a study will be will be taught first in C-52 to pay for more than they to another store or to another
CYCLERAMA conducted to determine student and modern philoshophy in C-53 use, so we have part of the book student," added Rutledge.The .
378-2811 21 SE 2nd Place opinion on the matter. Finally, second. reprinted for students to buy at policy of the Bookstore In
"After you have done somethingonw a lower price." regard to shoplifting stealing ,ii
way for so long, you just The department has given up to think of people. honest.Thereare
For 'PLUS VALUE'INSURANCE kind of want to change," said anthologies and has begun to use no guares and there are no
Dr. Clarence Derrick, head of separate volumes, making it pos- two way mirrors.Persons working
rii C-5. "The majority of the staff sible to revise the course more at the shop are not trained to noticea
ASK wanted it that way." easily. person stealing .,.
"Many teachers feltthatstu- "We would rather prevent a student -
R.E. POLAND dents can understand their own age Sale from stealing than catch him
{ Christmas
< better than the ancient," Dr. Der- for stealing." Rutledge tuld.0ur

Y About Gulf Life's rick added. "This way they can" policy Is not to look for stealing
; build on what has gone before. but if it Is noticed the workers try
Many counselors had been advising Set Dec: 3 to let the student know that he
ADAPT-A-PLAN students to take the ancient is being watched."
part first, which was the The International ChristmasFair If the student does not get the
R.E. Poland reverse order on the old plan. Sale will be held Dec. 3 I Implications and goes to the door
Gulf Life l] "The change is, of course, an in the Social Room of the Florida to leave he or she will be asked
PO Drawer G effort to Improve the course," Union, from 3-9 p.m. if they have forgotten to pay for
376-2404 INSURANCE COMPANY Derrick added. Students wishing to buy unusual anything. This protects a student
"But I don't think we could gifts from foreign countries can who has mistakenly taken an Item
say one way was right or the purchase Items at the original and forgotten to pay for It.
," he said. "A price. Florida law permits a store to
TONIGHTis other way wrong The sale is sponsored by the
turn to the
student might be able to com- a person over police
of the
International Committee before he reaches the there
Greek artand music bettl'f exit If
prehend art and music." Florida Union BOARD. Is evidence that he has concealed
than modern The sale to students
open just merchandise.
j Sneak Preview Nile publishers Through the the humanities permission depart-of the will also Include some items made Rutledge said the books tore does
by students in the Florida Union not want to sit and
ment has been allowed to reprint : judge on anyone *
andSurprise portions of text*. Craft Shop. "Everyone makes mistakesand
we don't want to ruin his life
I--- Nile with a police record," he said.
I DIAMONDWEDDING Each time a student is accused

Can Happen ( r. BAND : of stealing there is at least one
Anything witness and the suspect has the
.And Usually Does! from the Z4Id/ ('/ /,'...; item with him.
Collection Students caught of flagarent
stealing are turned over to thepolite
diamonds and sometimes are in turn
In the design the -
.lent to the Honor Court.
standard of excellence '
SPECIAL DISCOUNT you see the There is a larger number of men
S;,.;... HoursLUNCHEONS synonymous with Zalecrest. Baling but this is because of the

To ALL Students And The beauty is incomparable, for enrollment factor, Rutledge added
"J don't know why the students
11:30 '.IIt.- University Personnel CONVENIENT TERMS Zalecrest offers duality from the teal," he said, only a psyhiacrist -

2os.." world of fine jewelry. could give a good answer
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DINNUi Just Present Your ID. Card of CxctlUncf and others art kleptomaniacs.
Rutledge added that many sha.ruts
4:30'.... CashierSPECIALS to him and
To The one caught, come
hank him for setting them.tatcbt.
s.w.iii. "On the other tide of the coin
itudents that have mistakenly taken
f terns do return to pay for them
tf e when they discover heir mi.takel. .- .ti
."
SERVED CAFETERIA ....- -..-..... $195 Rutledge said that students

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Will Florida end up in the state football cellar?
1 This Is the question facing the Gators this week'as they preparefor
a Miami team which has won its last four games and behind the
quarterbacking of Bob Blletnikoff is Improving with each game.
"Blltzer Bob" is one of the biggest quarterbacks, 6 foot 2 and 191
pounds, and probably possesses more running ability than any
I quarterback In the state.
I f Miami started off slow and Is ending its season with a bang; while
Florida started with a bang and Is ending with a whimper.
4t Unless the Gators start to jell again like they did against Mississippiand
t Alabama, it looks like pre-season predictions will be correct
1if 1- except the Gators will have won the games they were forecast to
lose and lost the games they were forecast to win.
Florida is still a great football team and can wind up the season

,) It with a commendable 7-3 record against the roughest schedule in
t to ar the Southeastern Conference, but things are going to have to jell again.
\\ Miami is on the move and are hunting for Gator Tail just like the
Seminoles.By .
t.i: H scoring 35 points on Vanderbilt, the Hurricanes football team
posted its highest score since it won 40-13 over FSU and 48-6 over
\ Kansas In 1957.
: r It's easy to see the Gators are going to have to play top footballto
handle the storm coming up from Miami.
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SPURRIER CASEY combination hope-to click against Miami.i Above passing teamis 12. Home field advantage hasn't meant much in this series. The
I. / Gators lead eight to seven in games played at Miami, while the
in action against Florida State. (Photo by'Ron Sherman of UF Photo Service)
Hun Icanes have won six out of the eight games played In Gainesville.
Florida won the two games played in the Gator Bowl In Jacksonville.
Miami has shut out Florida In football only twice, the last time beingIn
I.... Graves'Larry True AllAmerica'Larry 1954 when Miami won 14-0. That was the same score Florida
rolled up in 1957 in scoring its third and latest shutout win over the
Hurricanes.This .
Dupree Is Florida's first "Dupe" as he has been nick- his team's lone toudhdown on a
year's game could be. a shutout either way. It didn't appearso
All-America back. named by team members will fly seven-yard run.
at the beginning of the year, but Blletnikoff has really got the
The Gator football player was to NewYorkSunday after the Miami The 190-pound senior trom Mac-
t Hurricanes blowing of late.
named yesterday to a halfback game Saturday to appear on the Clenny was picked as a running
However, we think the Gators should be getting tired of taking it
spot on the No. 1 AllAmericateam Ed Sullivan Show with the other mate of Kansas' Gale Sayers on
on the chin. Florida should look like Florida this week Instead of
of the American Football All-America. the 75th Jubilee team of the Na- Fumble.
Coaches Association. "We're supposed to stay In New tion's coaches.
"Larry Is truly an All- York Wednesday, but I'm flying
America," said Coach Ray Graves, back Monday morning, and shouldALLAMERICA

concerning"Larry showed Dupree's the selection.potential of ., Phi Deffs Take Orange League

an All-America back since the
first time he carried the ball

f, three"His years leadership ago as and a sportsmanship sophomore.- 4M FIIIS. ., Tekes Tie In Blue Jilt'

j have been just as outstanding

"S as his athletic ability." Team depth is said to have been 2 0 Yard Dash--Sadja, PLP; High Jump.-Westerman.KS. I

"It really shocked me," said the contributing factor at the recent Pattrlck,. PKT; Ruttgers, ATO; Fullerton, SAI; Zimmer, PDT;Casey -
Dupree of his selection. Orange League track meetIn Hefner, SAE, Woodson, SN. WIn- SPE; Cooke, SX. Distance to
"I'd kind of given up the idea which Phi Delta Tau emergedon ning time was 23.4 seconds. win was 6 ft. 1 in.
of being chosen. It was really a top. 880 Yard Run--Wynn, ATO;

surprise." The Phi Delts took first and Boynton, SN; Show, TEP; Glenn, Broad Jump F rat e s, PDT;
Coach Graves told the Florida b w t second places in the 100 yard BTP; Myers AEP. Winning time Westerman, KS?Brown, KAGardner ; -
back of his selection Friday night dash and a first in the 440 relay. 2:09.1 minutes. SX; Labrllle, PKT. Distanceto
before the Florida State game. They also took first in the broad 440 Relay--PDT, SX, SN, KA, win was 21 ft. 5 in.
DUPREEbe
"Not really," said Dupree when jump. PLP. Winning time 45.9. Blue League Individual Scores

asked If he was surprised he Sigma Nu had the only double Discus-.S m 11 h, SN; Palmer, were as follows:
was chosen as a halfback Insteadof back for practice,"said Dupree. winner. Tom Smith took both the PDT; Shaw, SAE; Ricely, TXZin- 100 Yard Dash-DU, TKE, LXA,
fullback. Dupree was an unanimous all shot put and discus. don, TEP. Distance to win was PGD, PKP. Winning time was 10.3
"I've been running at halfback Southeastern Conference Choice The Sigma Nu's put on a strong 141 ft. 2 In. seconds.
just as much as fullback with the past two seasons, and has finis but could not overcome the Shot Put--Smith, SN, Palmer, 220 Yard DashKinkle, DU;
Jack Harper out." continually been singled out by defeats felt In the sprints. They PDT; Levine, TEP; McCarl, SN; Medlen, PGD; Wilson, LXA; Bol-
Before the season started, Graves as the team's best blocker. trailed the Phi Delts by nine points.In Cummings, SX.Distance to win was son, TKE; Nelson, PGD. Winning
Dupree said he enjoyed runningat This year Dupree scored two Blue League competition, S 47 ft., 8 1/2 In. time was 24.5 seconds.
fullback more than at halfback, touchdowns in the 37-0 rout of tie between Phi Gamma Delta and
South Carolina and in the 14-7 i .
but now he says he's "kind of Tau Kappa Epsilon resulted with '
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gotten used to the halfback spot." upset by Georgia Dupree scored each fraternity scoring 34 points. : :? :; ; 'R''I } .,
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Taking third spot was Delta Epsilon ',1; ,
with 24 points. b,j "
Brown moves The individual places for the Or- ",'

ange League include the following:
I 100 Yard Dash--Gibson, PDT;

To Linebacker Mannrey, PDT; Hurd, SN; Streit-
man, KA; Fine, AEP. Winning
'" time, 10.2 seconds.
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With Florida's linebackers squad for disciplinary reasons.
dwindling, Coach Ray Graves With Pursell and Heidt getting BLUE LEAGUE
n. moved defensive end Barry Brown Injured In the FSU game, only TRACK TOTALS'
to linebacker yesterday. Jim Bernhardt, Billy Joe James PGD..34 XP..7 IT7;
TKE. .34 PE
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Coach Graves said he felt Brown and junior college transfer Bob P..4AGR
; would be able to adapt quickly McCulloug from Mount Dora were DU . 24 . .0
to the new position. left In the linebacker corps. LXA..23 DX..0
PKP..9 ')SP. . 0 __
I t. : S/II Brown was moved to the newI Faced with the weak linebacker _
M defensive post when Florida lost situation Graves dlclded to shift
I two more linebackers in the FlorIda Brown. Don Barrett will replace
I I State game Saturday.Ron Brown with Lynn Mathews at the ORANGE LEAGUE a
Pursell will be out for other end spot. Chip Hoye will TRACK TOTALS
the rest of the season with a take on duties of swing end.
knee Injury and Steve Heldt Is Also Injured In the Seminole PDT..35 PLP. . '
doubtful for the Miami game with game Saturday were halfback Alan SN. . .28 TEP. . .
PHI'S
and tackle Jackson. CHI Jim Emerson poles 5 ft. 10 in. to take
a shoulder Injury.Linebackers Poe Randy Sx. . .12 PKT..5
already missingare Poe will miss the Miami game KA..9 AEP..2 Blue League title in High Jump events during Intra-

Jack Card who Injured hisS with a reinjured ankle and Jackson KS. . .9 STP. . 2 murals in track last week. Chi Phi placed sixth in
knee in the Georgia game and Roger might play though he will not practice SAE. . 9 SPE. . Z
t Pettee who was dismessed from the this week. ,ATO..8 TX. . Z Blue League with seven points.

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T he Flo rid a r photos, page 10 '4o j, No. 58 Un-iver-t'vo ord THE DEEP SOUTHS5 Gr~ ,,ac, kesd --p s FINEST COLLEGE DAILY' lv. 4, 1964 Plane C 0) Co rashes Pilot Man m A th I!i ii Al Ilhul of tienl Near Killed Injured ccidenl wtiit maaSth fhf dimp Itu', trus lit ~ .ii'~tiikkhii. Idc i Multir Hleili ( +*rtm*I WAS .IJWme Artlhu, Dpvis. !6 NE 7th St. the tii pisswriger i tha pl.iiw. I h I4l'4 141. i itx ti -eteiy F s ob b*l~l &hl eii t ,imj t wlier it I 1nh,1. ALLIGA TOR PHOTOGRAPHER Bob Ellison's shows plot's dead body minutes after plane cra UF campus. camera shed near UF Camp i iilit' IuLi of At lI{< Ni thlill po i i i l pir hit libhi I o i l 'I) I. Skip) Il.oise mbitt',. "W'q Ihivi Iuiie.thlr I*splrmsill. hulbth I Iat'%s whio ii'' wi fit ihii,' I p. I, .'' t* b~, I',, C sill i .h It Campus us Gets Party hi 'IL whir ofduen i i)'. ofln ,t tilpQ thit we ae rriidy Innit'llnVert they Ar.', jiwd will tbt didet'gt theii with them evri Iv ep ,lIn fli.wy pli i t A r M''r itl.yi fliils."l h ht iit S t s e i a ft ia iii' is.:n eIntlllA I fl i.,.n an Allt 5. Limwlv LI VItii'l 'ildli Peac Week Students will obse Vtrvenxt wee is U F Pear. Corp.s Week or 'impus. The week of Nu.~ lbhIough flee. .) w.Vs soproc1a4m TI hyLIo Unbrslty P I .J. Watyn. Heitz-. The week Is in CtoIJutl( n hlit th, adinilstritiin of Pec'' (cup aptitude tests. The I. thg begln 09c. 2 aid the lists ije c rompetitivye. Members of thle five-marn teir will be speaking to somec of lb junior and senior lia&,,eas wel a' sororities and fraternities. Statistics through last Septem bet show that 52 former UP,tu dents are in 26 of the 42 countrle served by the PcacrCorps. Mor than 10.000 volwnr worker' serve these countrie,. for the orgaatIOn. said Per leads the list of count ries wit with eight ex-UF students. Other include Chile with five; Columbi and Liberta wilth four each, mndi ThaiLanid and Verwzuela with thre apiece; Doumimcan Repttlic, Sicr? Cop Slated Twu if thb. so, id Ir, 1e I r ii i ii .I) Vr 4 rp., volutirr icluau llit ill filrAlph. F vplliro Phi wIll 'merve is h,,slesgroup ti thi 1 ..( Otps on Iii, II inmpus. Thi. sort., l will Ind the ( trps represerut.tIl'. In C orratliig .tmtIes. Aftr r Petc C liops Wvrk, iifor mi ti in about tile Pear', Corps may be obtained by aljlin Imul., Rothentwrg ii Franklin 2-2s66Miss Rothenberg will have availjblp booklets and other mnjteri ii concerning the Pears Corps-. Avulleble Now Cjtup'P' directories will be tlstribsited from 3 to S p.m. Irday ii Vii. lnlnrlnlaun h.,.*, .,,e. He Hear Loud Nois 1111 ilk m t sit' 9.s si {I Alvi. 11.11 Lit, JI)O SA 45 St. W is nil~ est rlung tii, I usc umnle whlh Li .hgit within a hundred yjri' ii IlS huumt. I is night. killing IL. pilot irwi hnu *J till dowli to thr plairw 1.1Shei Sasid "mand fttuisd thai fe-llow whg' was hurt layiag uttsid" ihn hatch*r Uhrn aiked tba'k Ic, his wife to .111lb.h stwrlft and 4 mIhulatic "[Jut .,h. had i re.' dy t .21.1-I them hi saId. Shr tha-n blr,141t down 5' ml Wial i ns anrd we t riid to make tI.~ fellow mn're romlI s' hit~i ellg ii ,Il I 1141' I, Ith Sits It 4 intv 'I 1k. Ud h'lhj niL, nn w Ii ,ii Fm iii '4j I will LiiiifI kit I "i "'' "' rU it P Is "fr l m XI icN i iits wrifti Ar 4,r-iil( i. tI0i S']n Im itt1 mirbml I, A ii I iii ra< h stttrret fur tlll I ir -i it lt'i(i Bihl 'it t i' .1e tob i hir Lsit il lHa"I, r 1h' pubty lily ulriy1411 h i N hLtes lii fur m wigl r ceIv. lrh m 14,1 In idls If whih if iaiy 'Lw* ii vt r.p Li. rl plrset% 11W '1rK 4n111atlion of It 4.4%t nP irtvl II LiIMI hirrieif polmit. A flir 4,nltre wnarily of thi party. hIi i K Ii' Al TIOlN pirly. SIt*s ILK p.*.Y uiI.s bist ih'*, HAVISER Wi Iii, Allh' II:S ma,ghlng .itor eii9I Ii i AIIlitir staff wrItti wili 1111 si f $'100 iin *.i'olarsipn Iirh' fifth ainthal William PItuiiioll e111 He ist ww'tjttion )otirpli.ee it it of 4? pttc PatiMg I Ii'egs. it WAN alirwunted last ekei. Iiw ,i 11dM If Jouflialism 5*'II tiiI .I (taut .qual to lh. amount wII by thM qttjgfnt,. Iinm Miami look first place wilt. a $0OO ,. hoierhip and oel Gia, tin, 4JM trim PNnsauoia flinhed f. u, ts Wills a 5200 scholarshIp, 'Thin ws th, third year Mi. Quinn ha. woti .bolarship. In the c'inptlioA. Sh. flInihed third In 19V'1 and filth In 1962. Thi. first plar .Ilay 'hih p.-, .tl UFers Hearst == == with the pl1%Iess

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;, In ~' 0*9 71,4 GainesvilleMayor Sees Republican But Campus Poice Ha Gator-Painters A Still Suspect At President Gainesville Ma yor liowa rd McKinney is convinced aconservative Republican will be In the White House In I9tA. Speaking to 10 members of the UFE Young Republican Club Thursday night, McKinney advised the group to do what they can in their daily lives and in 1968 the "accumulated effect will be tremendous." MeKinney is the first Republican mayor of Gainesville inover acentury. He endorsed presdentl1 candidate Barry Goldwater before he switched parties. He told the .group to go along with what comes from Washington patiently and rationally even though "we know it is complete rubbish." Speaking in the Florida Union, McKinney said the conservative sid, has been told only for the past two years. 0@@ Hoover Invited To Spea J. Edgar Hoover, Federal Bureau of InvestIgation Chief and state Congressman Edward G urne y lane been invited to speak to the UF publican Club next said Rita Traver, Miss Traver said city group of about already has started Friday and Sater cliub members at't Florida Federation Young Retrimester, president. the univer20 students p1an. rday seven eandc rt the of Young Republicans quarterl vention in Winter Park Gurney was .pnaking,. y conwhere GOP NaOme s Hed Chures (Chuck) WIlson, a polltiead science majo has been selected to replay' Tom Brightman as chairman of the Florida Federation of Younhg Republicans State College Committee. Brightman resigned to accept a fellowship to llarvjrd College. Wilson was attending the quarterly meeting of the FFYR at Rollins College. Winter Park. The two-day meeting ended Saturday. the florba allicaton In "Ili ci we Ion people 1968 onvinied who voted the 26 mu-. Republican to do so in the past tw', years despite the bari age of lveralism thrown at us daily through the press and labor unions.' "It seems like we should fold nur tents and steal away, but we should not be embarrassed after the tremendous defeat at the polls. We should not be embarrassed or apologetic. I am convinced we have done a good Job," he said. McKinney said a restoration of government is in order because of present deficit financing by the Federal Government. He said the consequence of a goYemnment that takes money from some and gives it to others Is deficit financing. "Nothing else can take place when we spend more than is taken in. But people have become accustomed to the benefits, making it difficult to stop" He said every dollar received from the government by the states first had to be paid to the central gove rent. "There can be no personal liberty inabankruptstate--thenthert' is no such thing as federal aid he concluded. The UF Debate Team made .n Impressive showing at the Southern Regional Tournament held recently in Columbus, S.C., Th negative"E tam of Alan kick was undefeated and tied for team or Fred Hellinger and Masey Bacchus placed third. Penchansky was one of the three best speakers of the tournament. The n*gatlve team plans to go to Washngton for the Georgetown University Tournament during Thanksgiving. .4 fr -I I a Pd' 7 9 All the SPA GHE TTI you ii jJ4 'Li' '.4*, j'J~ I t I 'F three with pen. port con eat for only 97< 'ii ,'f! if, iin [I pm 11 files [eworti hra boy. and three girIin i a FSL1 stitkrl &orm up UP I Orw of the boy, got JUt if said. rail to thm 'age threw It Is to be proposed by the Student Government(SG) Constituiior revision committee that Legislative Cowicil function fully year round. According to committee chairman Biddy Blain, this is one of the most significant changes that would be made In the present constitution, which is now set up by trimesters with asnmaller snmer council. Babbitt Win JA Ted Babbitt edged out Yerkis 'It lli8 VIlejn(IA lCCad, Verdi rthe rtpmit Yprk.s 1. an FSII student bout Lit) pilm. igoliI lt;2 Iord tIrInt Of Albert'. the r ir, the N-. el. paint onthe WI I a IBA Paul Hui by 13 votes to become president of the John Marshall Bar Association to a keenly tense crowd. The announcement came yesterday at the law school courtroom. Other officers elected are Jerry SChaCkOW, vice president; Bud Robinson, treasurer elect; and Bop Stephens, secretary. ''I hope that I will do a real good job and live up to the office," said Babbitt on hearing the results. Results wnrc announced after JMBA members had counted the voe behnd locked doors in the dNyominations were held thurs. Appioximilely 410 votes were cast in the election. Retiring treasureer Jack B. Nichubs said there apparently had been .keen interer t In the campaign. Thi s c o upo n Ih g od fo r a 25 c d is co unti on a ny Sie m o n o ur m enu. v o id a ftier N o v. 26~ Ca Y'~*.ThT'"fr y The iar and the identified" FHollima p1 g t2[bg the vandalism. student bay, rnot i said. "dWe are st il Yerkes may not be@ t icil Might ear-round At its second meeting Sunday night the committee concentrated work on rewording Article II dealtug with Leg. Council. The word ''trimester'' was replaced by ''term'' in each case it appeared. Also, first and second trimester elections were renamed fall and spring elections, respectively. lin the event that the trimester system Is replaced by another system, tOf fices Jerry Scharkow won the post of vice president over Merrel Stainton by 29 votes. Bud Robinson took the office of treasurer-elect by IS votes. Bob Nabors was hIs opponent,. Bop Stephens is the new JMBA secretary by 118 votes over his opponent LeRoy Moe. tr the constitutuon will still be whork. able, Blain explained. However, Blain said a preien will be needed to fill repress tative positions form areds [ll open during the summer. Ae~urI. log to the constitution, a 'tudrt must live In the area whirh he represents. During the %nmmer closed areas create a problems o the "full" council idea. A fully functioning councIl year around would avoid many problems such as the budget approval did in August, Blai added. L eg. Council did not pass the second reading of the SG budget in Augs because it believed not enough the student body was repr~entd at that time. Waiting until p ember for approval slowed 'Jw operations. Blatii emphasized that all plan for revision are extrenwh teutive at this time. "We can only make reunmre dations,'' he said, "'Thew priposals are pending approuilo! ( ea Council." 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1J't-~ { p I IApat het c Ut IJON Figu res So mny irth hs hav' lbe,'r writ.1 n*bewiling "wiT I itItJI's ipathy.'' At the mention it IIh, mnd.n iiay .'ii or wistyled reformers eageilv jump on theii portbli sr~ip box. "W0 ire doomed.'' thley pror lim brgplhssy, .ini.', .iml." Unless Whxit' Amerlc an apAthy i.ctomipiws (f m m EV habits, and idjed,. We hive,' sjsr Pt spithy ror 4wi o I isit-potlititcil sfotiiI, iomlesit rieiliiju,Pl edi ii il. ~If' 5 definitely rio infillibi, relIyi'hy. Our qiistioii I-, whlele ,ties spt~ihv *'iSf it rncr lIII it Umitvet sity' .'ew any li-s Of Oil! i to his si I Ss. hut if thii pil ebsi ig ny i, P I ha V torture-fIlled (irudget y, ind finds hus siibpt TmiItei less interesting than yest.rrdy's weather fiiir.st, it K cit Itiffitilt to fathom the lick '>f enthiislaim n hI I l. hisi type o professor often transformis di',uisbn cliss into ,, I, ure purely for hIs ')Wn convenltim C. Then there is the ,upposeutly p. puli' .s mugly corteit prife 'sor whose (hisses (elite! around ,nw activIty--s.ete ting typ,4 ii progress test pie stions. lie feels that hr iperfo r mlng an invaluable service, but the truth Is that he Is not fostering learning, but a course In 'prog passing.'' Another apathetic cinmpus figure is the esteemutI couiiselor. Special tribute must be paid that type ii couniselo r who really couldn't care less whether you ire majoring ii, educitohn 0! astronomy. He tos ses you (OmT sCS with teiry yawn. and Answer' your questions In a mutter. It Is oiiiy lou likely that you iitei find yourself with a sit if iiunnetssiry C uurses, Of course, Mpthttic students m. nut Iintl'es either. Far tx> many students spent their stiilying tim.' rllppliig through od progs Instead of reading ,gssIiiur mnitrial. (te few uld no more to class dtseussitih Iiin h Iih desk tops iin which they slumber. Yet ti'e'e in Iih, first to complaiin of call clasu Fffcrts to enhisen thiem witulC consumne too mnnly (rnt 'yen sits on the German equy Vh I. r Board if Control--with voting pluwe .The threeman scholarship ~e' have seemingly trnttn somewhat the 9g 0

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Lit' eTTrR2 '.4 ~n ", P( )I S \nd S( JillRS I -Sw \~ )U ice frimneter >y'term >0 .IN is LottlVL -orgtciied, I ttimik it F. Iighi timi 1110%, of us who fivot thts vouing traditton to fOllli' sit. WVth this in mind, I propcse Societs fiT lhe l'resention of the Obliteration it the Vrrimeste'c vst,'mi (SP0Th). I for line hay, vet to ieai liny veIs stAund -tjs)ns ror doing away with .4 cicad ijini that mavery well be frillowedi by mrnr tither progressive umivec sitie', In th. ye irs Iuie. I feel that this university is going plaits md the trimester will lbt t)Iw of ih, vehncles tm its ipw.'ri deve, opmenii. I saud I had niot hejidi anis s(mod IIsoiiI hav, heardf 'ea',ons. So far the sttnlrrts setlm to be cnpliinirng that they hase .is mu h do 'ii les t Ime. The professors who t ppwse it sty th.y ,studeint, and professors i aniiotd IS muc h. These statements ii, ulirmtii I lpp()sed tat rich other yise. thCy cinot hilth bi, tilel. rhe trImester ha, becoriie .*ipswit tat those who flunk out, it Is tasie' t y, "I juc< caiuidn't beat that mean old trimicnstiI"thi. "I went to tma many parti-s,"' cii i,,ia ;l eulI In 'iter 4 't v'til -hwntet oerthe trimi,.tec esfarm (ew havy, ufter, I better ilterctjtiv,. N(i si Ntemi would ph, se ,versone, I'm sure li p' ihgp with a little sober thinught the ci I.s *of 11cr.' cndt mrgulist that the prsent systen vack,, wouilt di it. I., a shrill whine. Why ar peucple unhappy ilot tIh, t ImI~ester First, it A as itaig., tinl in;s I lamari i kes -dmn people Linhippy,. Anti .ini, pietail lust eliju, bitkuring ih)(ut inistlinrg. Milnx students hcrn't reilize that much of iih, stores, .attribut''i to lb. Ir ionster" onums MC T (taim the tiimistec sisteim, but is i taslt if th,' aduitti .tuiiteits i iur.1isilt ofiha ,tiffeniealntr lnck I qcirrnments if thi univyi -It list plior to the clh acovir tic th,' !uinwster. AntI sime sittss In gi,'tm semestI tInuctct ir nlddtsnll the imiiilsttr." It ."pat 'if Ih, iL'0 wa lhe ii." lhii ntis, I \TI 1e ihi. *iiih*,,, btim to grite fiu ith IiIfsti m wt, w itii S to Set.ii tieltI ith th h iJLft I( .1 i i u ii ito s ervl i he I c lfnaIt triicatei sysr,,i I in' ailqnsaci t eI> ts o t. P' i t lbltei attic cit tie Irim., it h,'1-t phitchl I.t. i ltar At Ii ave ia giiIsi i l.ss ii .ila St(l$1t
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rJ N' .1 All gi tt> Help Want ed FEMALE STUDENT with cashieci experience for part-time work. Apply Florida Book Store, Mrs. Mason. Phone 376-6066. (E-593t-c). MALE THIRD or fourth year accounting student for part-time work. Apply Florida Book Store, Mrs. Mason. Phone 376-6066. (E59-3t-e). CIRCUIT DESIGN Technician/! engineer. Immediate opening. Industrial experience preferred. Pay open. Full time only. Contact Mr. Meteoud or Mr. Parker, 372-3518. Atkins Technical mnc., 3606 SW Archer Road. ManuF.ci u re r, of temiperature ind humidity Instrumentation. (E .59St-c). F ULL I Ti M F Transcribing Secretary II Position open, working with students, permanent. Call 376-3261 Ext. 2741 for Interview. (E -593tr). FEMALE ARTIST, full time. Must be proficient in lay-out design and production mechanics. Brn samples to Pepper Printing Co. between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. 1024 S. Main Str.et. (E-S5-5t-c). ARTh & CRA Flx pe rIec ed. Saturday. Call MI Club.'FR 2-5341. I T Instructor. Afternoons and r. Dobbs at Boys (E -.55-if-c). Prs Tonal. HAVE YOU PICKED UP YOUR 1963-64 SEMINOLE??If you paid for a 63-64 Seminole you may come by Room 9 in the Florida Union and claim your yearbook-. We are open 8-5 p.m. Md-F. (J158-ti-nc)-. DRY CLEAN 8 lbs. $1.50. This is appro. 10 articles of clothing. GATOR GROOMER Coin Laundry next to University Poet Office. (J-53-tf-c). SPO R TSMEN'S CYCLE CENTER 61? N. Mai St. SUZUKI Safes & Service -s we,.vomrsNOWI 2 EXCITING HITSI Open 6:30 Sne U.S Late Show 7:00 As 0:00 TAWIAM TAS HUNTER 2nd Nit at 9iQR -------For H ent_ 1 WILL HAVE Two CHOICE small apartments available Jan. 1st. One with kitchen one without--across from campus, at 321 Sw 13th Street. Would like couple or quiet gentlemen. Two people for each apartment. (B-59It-c). FOR R E N T: One bedroom furnished apartment. $65 per month. 127 SE 5th Ave. Phone 7832164 after 5. (B-5Y-2t-c). FURNISHEDNEW air-conditluned, spill level apartment. For 3 boys or gIrls. 3 blocks from campus. Call 376-1 301 alter 1 p.m. 1824 NW 3rd Place. (B-59-St-c). APARTMENT T TO Colonial Manor. Dec. 15. Call 6-Il APARTMENT before Ja. 2 bedrooms. Apt. 4. Call (B-57-3t-p). SUB-LET, in Available after 03. (B-58-3at-c). A VAll ABLi I. $75.00 319 NW Iot 2-7035 or E ml on or nonthlv; Street, 6-2693. 2 COEDS to shire large 2bedroom apartment. $30 per month. Please call 178-2450 evenIngs. (C-S9-Uc). RIDERS WA Gainesville Pliskow at C> G T R LE S RealEtt Wa nted --GATOR SELL COME AND But ALLIGA TOR ADS Perf orm RILLIAN' HILARIOU earn. east. ass salai.t the floRIba atliQatoR (ow. 3

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Cards Students Plays .i i lt P iii tip lii Ilili' Its UNIVERSITY CHOIR PRACTICES FOR PRE-CHRIStMAS SHOW TONIGHT Scene Ii I ri iln l m I] I Of Ihi Ii iditiOnil REID POOLE Head, Department of Music ittsjimvi choral music iid the ii pu, tion of thxi canitata "ege if Freedom"', based on the twural Address of John F. Keniy, are the highlights tiE this iimnrg's concert, at 8:15 In Unirsi ty Auditorium. The concert II be pre se nted by the UitI si ty Choir, directed by El wocdl ibYer arid the Men and Womlen's : lubs. Guy B. Webb, colThii Men's Glee Club will open Program with "'Cry Out and out. bv Nystedt. followed by Ierlormhance of the "Album for le Voices,' by Norwegian comn,It Edvatri Greig. I he University Choir's hoping ImLp will include the "'Exultate o"of Palestrlna; the famous lleluia" by Randall Thompson' 'ble Angels Sing" a Mexican .k lune arranged by Paul Christtn, and "Glory Be To G;td"k he contemporary composer art Berger. -ondluding the group a likely ''Iwelvt Days of CiiiStIk' f tttiing soloiss in o. I hi "( trrlmonv or ( noji by tuIitI wo, k hiug bY thii Wcimen'i Gle. (Ilib. Thi rind' gi tUpj) theli pa Io .Iim Nirngin~g wiiiks by lheion kick, AIfr.I i ut itit K thsrirni K. Iinv's. iely, lust i io Iater thi Irnoi< jsissiitiji t lfNo .22 I %i, thecontund holl. will roftir thIII ltiiudiig putritili Of ll iitati, "Herit,,gt of ii htui."IIiI' by Htsl I Di nburg. Ass. ii li Illessor of Music it thi I niwrslt of Florida. Thei A me' in Bullet The ire will a ppe a i miU ni i er si tv Au-. ditoriumi in Tuesd.,y IDei. I. ad not on Wednesday. [)ei 2 previous rinnouiit I. The progi dil will it lude "ic' Sylphide," Pi, di fleix filia "iOIL 4Uixtt The ( onmiby.' aid the I t kits vtll leI" Iliest i, No' I Miti "Pt I{*m nt I SIistuigit-i Icfornmit 'i-'. t i n .Iikits Ad'l I-i' is it $2 iL. J iuiilt iiio I Iil i bii I' I i o ii I I vii" i ti li l.i lly fiii' Itt ki i ttihllv lHuiimn InN ab 'I d fro eig t tolii n mvI N in y lad n i,'hiter iters by (la ii iS [inn or 'ionl$s 4 Miii I .st,'ii'sky ind NI muan 1)illi 00 "D 1tloshag sefin e ltI lu Ist w.,k i sI m A'm i s. ain' sdfn ii ci t hs siti i lii.l .l'luLe i ri iiv sful p1 'ii ijit t au ltir piystu l ,t i -iil' o iti tehusr timc n II a c i' ,tiimii addln ifr ry, oit, m .ii pt o Sf ii 4tili Inlierir wh gsl ii.tr w i,m hu., r i tls ii Ii LIJL[IISb Ii' i ivtt~ I,. I iti I clliIIt~t [h ,s 1 'i t t i i .Fs A .t Itig i x jiet K i ii. k tte i k o s tai p ti p e # 1,ed i t t lst I I plat ttI ,~ HI iih d i t i ,bifls SI! ti "ii itq i'I. t in~ ii i psi IIet h it 13,'e sthu Utitliv t slti w'ilit n i l fot vE Itins SIn II. im l willIret. *iitipi oul lim lil ri (jltlt I. ih 'i ls, i ot this gil iv li., showy wiul r the it kWI., Ip .nd "Sjilihltiiiii it tion 11.11d1n. lit Ih -ll h. weil Moti.,s v-Iild y nb Snit Diliel tt. I,3' Iti I"I" i"i]t iig~J I. Iii LU imliutes twfri th. pr firm o p. liii.' ts W111ni1 h1 it thiw tikits .th it I, urnff'uit I, K't tihni I I th im' ii the "I it,' arn v Ils will titt 1w ,e.ted until th,. lirt htiak ii the pr filmlnhi.fl," hr iintlnued. tkit, lorthi.play tan beplrkued up 11Notma 01.0 14 box office "si Ii. day of the pl~ay. If Ilh. r*8Vl tifllMs ar, for a matiAer p*rimm fI.*Iiithr tickets ten hepicked iji .,ft.r I p.m. Tickets for lbh. tighl t pri tiJnli' tcii ii pltked WilmanI han .u r.Isted pIe., Maine Corps C a tj i etf rE ( -.culpture in wthi~blln for thI. r.,t of lh. trum.ter in 4 Members of the U.S, Marine Ne Offlcern Prof Wins Honori t'. reception jffict, BuIlding Corps Officer Selection Team AngaI Flightx.R m ,f h r prwill be at the Hub Room 121 .ew offic .ri of Pt Kappa 11.114 fla') Iiiwr, t'u'k first XmRomeno b A i.,f 41nd 123 today through noon toAngel Ilight will htiid aprjPhi I r t r nIty are Marnul pla,' overall trO$piy recently AE Ph; Offi can morrow to recruit men for the lice drill today at 4:30 p.m. it Jam res EsId.ent, Iimi Powell. in a GaauwnytvIe Spoiti (ar Marine Corps Officer Program. Norman 1.4(1l. All mrmbrrs ire tre*jsiirig; Eddie Oll'er. Sr r(lb ,'vnt at th. old alt tine. N. cffic'.r. od AE Phi earIece t e preent, tar, FBI Ig My husl wae how.s i prt'fcso o f ttilinfl c r I t y .rc Cynthia Shilima., Dithn Ha:''ork. his tcrian, ( hock ,on,t ruction at t hc tF toik pretideni; Neuth Mppspt; flrat Oxford Debate Triste.
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"c rk .jA I jedy ~ ,, 2 Flies SHERIFF'S Low DEPU VIES arnd onlookers are shown dragging the Iifeless body of the pilot from the cockpit 0f a two-passenger, single-engine Luscum two miles southwest of the UF campus late last niqht. PHOTOGRAPHERS surround the wreckage of the Luscum as sheriff's deputies continue their rescue efforts. Complete story on page Want Fomf L eg Visions of mroley are through the beads of four organizations scheduled to dancing campus ask the Pan e (Continued from page one) "About fifteen minutes later, the sheriff's car arrived. and the ambultoce got here right afterW hile hatcher and is wife awaited the arrival of help, the hurt passenger spoke to Hatchet. He told Hatcher that his leg was hurt and asked if there was any-thing that Hatcher could do (or the pilot. "I had already locked at the pilot.'' Hatcher said grimly. "and saw that there was nothing I could do for him.'' Within few momments of the crash. spectators had arrived it the site. C'rs lined 1hw little dirt road running parallel to Interstate 175. People stood in little groups, tdlng. Approximattely '00 y ar ds from the road, In the middle cf awechoked field, the up-ended plane stood ,with headlights and flashlights bathing It In light. The yellow fuselage. glisteing~ wider the fine mist of rain. seemed to flow .gainst the black background Of tree%., Working mostly in silence with occasional low murmuring. the sheriff's deputies struggled to remove the dead man from the wreckage, their shadows dancing across th, lighted section of the field. Th. sheet-wrapped body was removed. cars anid ambulance left. Onlookers climbed Into their automobiles, and th. litie yellow plaoe Money legislative couriiu tr spec 1ti budget requests tonight. t The orgarh ti ons ar h opng to a total of $1,760 at tonight's 8:30 p.m. meeting In the Florida Uhnion Auditorium. Chairmen of tihe ((luncil'', siz "actIve' urnmm1ittees will give reports for the second nlertinlR ii a row. Only the Budget and FiiLnce Committee. Excuse Comtitltee and Rulesiw CEledar COM WHEN REPORTS WEREG(IVE.N AT the laist coutncii session. There will be a Caucus at 8:00 p.m Ida Union Audi (Gattlr Pat ty .in the Ilorto rIum ind a V.O.T.E. Party Caucus at '7'3o p.m. in loon, 119 of the U'niion. I Most Students Anti-Trimester Results of a (SC)Student opinion poll taken Tuesday might showed 71 percent of the students contacted to be igaitist the t rimnste r system. The poll was conducted by the SG Public Relations office in cooperatlon with Delta Gamma and Alpha CII Omega sororities, and Sigma Alpha Epsilin fraternity. 0n* thundre(I students were tailed At rMorm Om thIt' tudenTt (Jirec tory and isked the fttllowinR questions: "llav,, you ever gone to i collegs' that used .i semxest.r system~ "Ate %OU in favor of the trimneste r sys teml at the Li I 'If you we I aturel womuld ilh. trimester Son lihe date legisyou vote br ,ibolishxxng S V tem'" ~uR HOME-BAKED LAS A NA arrne Willis noted that some students sid they had beeni under a quarter system and asked of the chances of establishing the system at the U F. Tile poll tended to question nmfte upper division students than those in University College. CIbtsificationis of the students fet, freshmenI; 35 per mores; 22 p'r cunt, 34 per crnt. selior' I were 9 per .ett sophotuor and The Public Relations secretary said the results and method of taking the p,1 I will be 'cent to GO' rnorele( t Hiydon Burns to inform him (if the su I vey of studk nt i pinion On the contro' ci Sl subject. "'Berauise of the rigorous scheiiuhof the trimester system it's Ih rd to (kit students that ii in ford t, take two hours cut to cAhddc I the student optinion~ pols."' Willis said. The Browse Shop ART WEEK:, Frm es -Prints -Portfolios Posters PAPERBACK & HARDCOVER ROMAN ART & ARCHITCTURE.Mortimer K LEE. CONCISE HISTORY HOK USAI ..... MICHELANGELO. Wheeler Lazzaro OF MODERN SCULPTURE ...Herbert Read .... Hielier .L. Goldschneider THE DRAWINGS OF HEINRICH KLEY .ed. by George Gro TUTANKHAME N. ... Desrochies Noblecourt SCULPTURE REPRODUCTIONS r AL hfl ,-. ,' ~ eje 0 Death Groups Council .Gualteri de San ~ M Nesday.

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r 9 Ins #4, a a NEWLY -PLEDGED Alpha Tau Omega Little Sisters of the 60 girls, from both sorority and independent ranks. The newp in rush, service projects and other activities, ore ,from left Skinner (KD), Joan Grocia (Chii Omega), Corol Swoann (Zeta) Wacaster (I). Subcommittee 1 ist yeAr'S NUb( (miFTtttei' Oil stuielni .implilyml [t will be rei ttd In study student emnpiove WAgPs. 1)1. Alton C. Morris, chatrnii rthe Untiht'iSty Student in3 i i Aid Comittee, hAs I,lipIm It Tne subeom mit tee will study a wghW survey recently released by Stuh. ii Gove riment (SG )Sec retun I labor lhob DleLoach iandi reccimi ienidations to be made by SC stermmting from this survey. The NUbICITI)mittee was originally ,.steiI~lihed list year under the committee Oin student employment. rhe survey released last week 1h ~eoarh showed thai UJstuYAMAHA BMW Motorcycles For The tDistrtmtnatilg CYCLERAMA 378 2$il I 21 SE 20d Place For MA bJ R.E. Poland pq Drawer GC 376-2404 1psrvn N0we LUNCHEON: II.JO a.2:05 p.m. DIMNNRa. 4:30 pa-, Ilowtel wyags thin Ttuditltit atth uilvet sitie, ilid thcpe WOT kng oft tbpii in the Gievle (.impuis ii thle {iAIIsvilt' fi n One ol thi subje I. to ho studied by the slUc )Tmnilttee I> I o t l v sificition systern. It malY III p4ssibIe to estiIlish i sr stem whmrrby stuideii, .ii paid .ii flaig to skill rallier thin Urntrsity ci issiflcaton 1(* sid ip I .i sy stim siflcatjin Morn s sod. Under such a -',stein i sophomore and a senior would r p i equal pay 14 r doing lh. sami nt ypt of job. Morn s nuthnisl tr, steps to hi tikein lptfpl his StLgomlnlutt4* mild leni its wpoi k. I ii It 0 Ldiuims. Atthl thi's let pmmiitiipli 'PLUS VALUE' R.E. POLAND ADAPT-A-PLAN G SulfA CE C OM PA NY , TON IGH T Sneak Preview Nite and Surprise Nito Anything Can Happen .And Usually Does! SPECIAL DISCOUNT To A LL Students And University Personnel Just Present Your ID Cord T. Tha Cnmdar Maltese Cross ,ledges, wh0 al o right, Maie Sorboro Lath shown above long with the Applegacte (A am (ADPi), LI were selected recently rnm mare 20 initiated sisters work with the Ipha Chi), Gypsy Cox (I), Cathie z Rothrmc (Tri-Delt), and Janice Reactivated t will I. toI ew 141I tit r9.Zi1 piti t imient1 os fuipm.nt iif w k N l t shIlm. h IF .puIt. ii Ps,.e o 0k f wSt s'.ia abi IAmbl, l fhl b.,dy .i volt, ini sutcommiittet riMiii Is mnu Ie i Ii -slii they If thi .idmliniui, allot Pit tits mAttar. Humanitie Switch Planned Dtip ath s p (iy -' It tisti Iup,, wp IT P. Alp, hut 1lillaI{L ill e tIphlohop fi-.i .11( lntitih tbhb~i~ i sA ft o aednesm ti/ (onw Way for w rie i t'pw atato .4 111nK stiu pst i ii k p. *pp if or i -s f rip dli hi '4y tps r til k~ll 'P 'hi h mp liaon Itup wip tai p411 4ite th h h t pit o lo i h ppels .r, hi n s F i 'I I VI p dIIIw*P Ii! r bil P 'Wo havi prclblenm, Fn & f' IM itisi k .u 'wll .0l'9 Ply IFu lit, ,pp WI' liv. pii t f ii.ths bok I *llntli (phi sttii.nls tip limy at lp.'h I ;epit neal ij gl'l uji Itp'e vclinli. ITI --uii II ups y. lne r o HNChistmas Sal-woe S et D ec. IhL I,. I' if < "I, S iII J .' U teip wiiii f 3 i Ia, I' Ii -ip it. S 5 Pt D IA M ON D W E DDING CNiENT TERMS ---.j*J rBAN D: A Time than A TOs For Stealing ChlitmaIl1 d'IOKn and re dm115 'It'dl IN usually a tim. for ceivitug. yet somnic .oOr appropriatee" to "Stealing or ihopli ft lng goon Ofl all y,'. but iltnrMs ats Season ,.ppz pachs." says Jack Rutiedg., ,s'4istAnt director of the ('ampus Shopi .'d Llookstors. Rutlvdgs .,dded that retail sar. aim, hav, thin problem to an cvn Hutledgc said lihe most common thefts 'F. of Kla%'war., sweat,lfltin nof gad, perfme, and binmk,. ''Books art ken and then resold I,, sooth,., store or to .nother ,ttidetl iideti Hutledge. Thi. polley if 1he Bookstore In rn ail to shopliftlng stealing ,1. to thltik of people as honest. There at. 110 (uares indl there ale to Iwo way rm rrots. Pt,,soon working 1t lb shop ar, ruot Ir,,ined to 104W. "We would athter prevent i to,lii from iteding thasn catch him fII st.t (g." Rutledge said."r pol b 1 n0 tO LOOk for stealing to et l.~,t w tde gi k n cw th a t he if the .tmptinl lo.s not get the I ipi ICatotit a d g(,en to the dodr tip l.vn hw or nths will bht .Aked If flh.y haue forgotten to pty for *in thing, Tri, protect a .twdhnt Will ham mnlstakenly taken an itern I ol forgtI.'r, to Pay lot it. 'lii I i rirot ov.r to the plIce bIfire 1w rut het the .nlt If they, eL' IWI pi to .11 and )tdgep on asiy01w. "F VP'' Y41F maike. nsltak.e .wr .kn'g wjnt to ruin hI.is l* wet .i polir. recrr' he s.id. ii tuune a ,todent u. accued I stuang th.r I a least awe wits',a aid the *uspert has lh. Item with him. Suiid.nitn aught of flagarent sii',.hng are turned over to IIh. ph.'e, andJ sometime, ate is. turn Th1r to i a Largprnumberof man steaing~ but this Is because *f th. *nroiiment factor. RSIledgesdded. ''I don't kiow Why lb. iSuens steal," ho said, wioly a piy. rhiserist rotld give agoodanawor. Bor, dt It to lnwr. lhmir trbglut and Shur, are kfrpiomantacs.". Ruthedg. added that many ste-. a Christmas Is I from the X II/,/( '/t /tS)' Collection I'< fh4t\TiII ,usthr /11e1 rest oF e ine A tI~tt' JI~'~7 I~aIuw.r -.ch Enle n m h r i h-M f "" C

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I? 'I ~ uUdo Al ;5ohr, 'jesdci ~&} / -.4 ---a---SPURRIER -CASEY combination hopes to is in action against Florida State. (Photo by Graves:' Larry Larry Dupree is Florida's first 'fupe All-America back, named The Gator football player was to NewY named yesterday to a halfback game S: spot on the No. I Aul-America Ed Sull team of the American Football All-Ame Coaches Association. "we'r "L ar ry Is t rul y a n A llYork W America." said Coach Ray Graves, back MC concerning Dupree's selection. Lary howd te potntial of first time he cart led the ball thre er as:da sho r. ship have been just is outstanding as his athletic ability.'' ''it really shocked me,"' said Dupret' of his selection. "i'd kind of given up the Idea of being chosen, It was really a surprise.'' Coach Giaves told the Florida back of hii, selection Friday night before the Florida State game. "Not really" said Dupree when A LLasked if hr was surprised he was choscit as a halfback instead 1e back of fullback. Dupr& 'I've been running at halfback Southeas just as much as fullback with the pis Jack Harper out.'" continua Before the season started, Graves Dtpree said he enjoyed ruwwing This at fullback more than at halfback, touchdo, but now he says he's "kind of SouthC gotten used to the halfback spot." upset by Brown True as he has been nick~y team members will fly 'ork Sunday alter the Miami aturday to appear on the ivan Show with the other ~rlea, ,e supposed to stay in New edneuday, but I'm flying ~nday morning, arid should Above passing team to Service) i-America' his team's lone toudhdown on a seven-yard run. The l96-pound senior from MacClenny was picked as a running mate of Kansas' Gale Sayers on the 75th Jubilee team of the Nation's coaches. Fijis 7<' ~Ar k'' *AME RICA DUPRE E fur practice."'said Dupree. t. was in unanimous all ter1 (onference Choice I two seasons, and has Lly been singled out by as tht' team's best blocker. yest Dupree scored two wns in the 31-0 rout of 'arolina and in the 14-7 Georgia. Dupree Moves T o With Florida's llnebafcers dwindling, Coach Ray Graves moved defnslne end Barry Brown to linebacker yesterday. Coach Graves said he felt Brow,, would be able to adapt quickly to thn -ew position. Brown wag *oved to the new dehenlve post when Florida lost ,wi amon iiinekers In the FlorL ine backer squad for discIplinary reasons. With Pursell and Heldt getting injured in the flU game, only Jim Bernhardt, Billy Joe James and junior college transfer Bob UcCulloug from Mount Dora were left in the linebacker corps. Faced with the weak linebacker situation, Graves dicided to shift Brown. Don Barrett will replace Delts T ,Tekes Team depth is said to have been the contributing factor at the recent Orange League track meet in which Phi belt. Tmu emerged Onl top. The Phi belts took first and second places In the I00 yard dash ind a first it, the 440 relay. They also took first in the broad jump. Sigma Nii had the only double winner. Tom Smith took both the shot pot and discus. The Sigma Niu's put Oh a strong tirmsy but could not u'ercome the defeats felt in the sprints. They trailed the Phi Delts byrune points. In Blue l eague competition, a tie between Phi Gamma Delta and Tao Kappa Epsilon resulted with each fraternity scoring 34 points. Taking third spot was Delta EpThe" ndii:ua plces for theOrange League include the following: tOO Yard Dash--Gibson PDT; Mannrey, PDT; Hurd, SN; Str.'itman. KA; Fine AEP. Winning time. 10.2 seconds. PGD. T$E. LU. PKP. BLUE LEAGUE TR ACK TOTALS .....34 XP. .,. .34 PEP. ..4 .....24 AGR. .* ....0 ......23 D. .... .9 MP. .....0 Sports FLILIor Will I lorida end up in the state fcmtbalt cellar" This is the question facing the Gators this week is they prepare for a Minn team which has won its list tour games libd behind the quarter'.cklng of Bob Bhletnilkoff is improving with rich wame. "Blitzer Bob"' Is one of the biggest qua rterbaicks, 6 font 2 and 'ii pounds, iind probably p s se sses more i inning ability thain any quatterbhauL in fth stj te. Mumrn

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