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Suth'n Belles More Protected Than NawthurnersEditor's I


( Note: This is the first although they may compare favor- "Many Northern school's regulations are By contrast, Northwestern
of a two-part series on women's ably with other Southern schools.In and worked long much indigenous to how It University has a 12:30 <..m. week-
regulations, comparing the UP to a survey made of comparable women. This may be up. They depend upon the night and a 2 a.m. weekend curfew
other schools In the country. Part universities In the Midwest, last, The actual of the university and for its coeds.
two will appear tomorrow.) Southwest and South, only the of the of parents, and are The American University in
SUE HAUGSTED representative Southern school, determining factor, by the community Washington, D.C., has a 1 a.m.
Staff Writer the University of Georgia, in Dean Brady. ." curfew for all women, but a
The 20th century Southern belleIs Athens, was found to have stric- Two"A curfews were found to different week night curfew for each
still more sheltered and pro- ter regulations and curfews than not only between schools, classification, freshman through
tected than her Northern sister the UF. sections of the country senior.
If college curfews and regulationsare This discrepancy in curfews Parties An unusual curfew system exists
any Indication. between Northern and Southern curfew for all women at the at Tufts College in Boston. A
Women's curfews at the UF Schools probably has a historical of Georgia Is 11:15 p.m. 10:30 p.m. curfew has been set
are generally earlier than thoseat basis, according to Dean of Women --Page through Thursday and 12:30
other schools in the country... Marna_V. Brady. a.m. on weekends. (Continued on Page 2))

(The PloridalALLIGATOR


HurricaneSee Read Tomorrow:



Page 20 The Peel's Fate
"THE DEEP SOUTH'S FINEST COLLEGE DAILY"

Vol. 57, No.1 1 University of Florida, Gainesville Tuesday, September, 1964

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lit: v That ostentatiously, airily, knowllngly, smartly, ridiculously :
pompously, clannishly, arrogantly, thoroughly, _
lf I: strictly, proudly, determined, laughable, academically, ____
sYA: : respectable endowed Institution where the coeds without ___

I}!M dates meet the men without money. 1p A it.. 4I N _____
n ; When freshmen come to the university for their first ??
:Wtaste\* of college atmosphere, a feeling of excitement exists l>,;.1 t :) _I 4
$; %j different area of life. They are really on their own for v4fi
If ?1 the first time and many are afraid.
::;id@ During these beginning few months of campus life they
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1Pi will be administered,attached to,barred from,chartered
tat
til by, enrolled at, incorporated with, invested by, registered
f.1td: restricted from and examined by. .. '
WW And not everyone will be friendly to them. :
: : Those small little brains are coming to college to expand rnL
wtl!::: their Ideas and broaden their Intellect so they may develop e i
': into mature adults with a worth-while education in their bt. Lla
: hip-pockets. _
;tt"? Many students will fall by the wayside during those
f.@t four years but many will continue. 'h
Wtiill' Some will lie awake at night wondering what the next ;
t 1irx a day will.hold for them and whether they will pass a certain
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:t$ life with no forethought of their studies. They are usually
::if.W1 the ones who never make it back the following year. They
t. fail not only In their work but as responsible adults as
,<::, well.
rMt.. Everything is new now,and everyday will be spent
rtt: discovering, in one way or another, what Florida and life r
::t\J have to offer you. la ,
k;!: ;::: a subject will be valued much more than learning a pro-
1j:; fessor's testing habits. There will be times when you r
iji ri: want to give up and quit but in the long run you owe Itt e+rSLEEP
t: to yourself to stick with it.

itf; t: These beginning months will be the real test of endurance .- -- - -
tJ; so make,the. most of it. IS where you find it for most Orientation group leaders, including.John Os-

1: MC Even. though some of us are beginning our last year trow, 3BA, who (just finished being "mother hen" for 26 freshmen. See Page Four for
}1W; at UF as learned, elegant, tolerable, potential, distinguished I I
Orientation Week (Photo Lee Brock)
photos.
i:1:; ::< renowned, reserved, brilliant, immaginative, more by
;t.J.;:; competent students, no advice we or your parents or any4iN.
} other student or professor could say would have as much
t1f.;: meaning to you as experiencing college life yourself. Most Of Platform
@ "t You're on your own to prove what you can accomplish
rf&:: &> these next few years.
1.3 The Alligator wishes each of you the very best of luck.
;J'% 1 We're happy to have you aboard.Honor.

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UF System PATH PIT!
Staff Writer KE EDY .

Student Body Pres. Ken Kennedyhas qualified people for Lyceum Council to everyone through area
65 per cent of his platformyet ," Kennedy said. bookstores who will agree'to handle
I Called A FailureFirst to fulfill before spring A commission was aLsoestab- them on oon-oro/it basis

elections. llshed to review pricing policiesfor "Freshmen aren't the only ones
( of a series) Lyceum Council productions who can have school spirit," Kennedy -
"We hope to have 100 per cent following the controversy over laid SGI*encouraging every-
GERRY RICHMAN finished by then," Kennedy said. tickets for the PhilldelptiU Sym one to buy( solrll caps.
Honor Court Chancellor Credited so far to the present
Orchestra this
phony performance A debate society debate cur-
Student: "The Honor Court Is a failure I The whole ,. administration nave been reduction urom-r."Spirit. repfissues is planned, and derisions -
of student Insurance rates, lrcan-
doesn't work I There were over one caps" may become com will be awarded by audience
system lied language clubs, revisions in /
mon equipment for fending vote.
hundred people cheating in C-621" ott-campu> housing regulations, sunstroke at Florida Field thi / Pep rallies to be held the night

Chancellor "Name one." receptions for Incoming freshmen fall. Freshmen caps, alias rat before borne games are also lathe
: and their parents, aDd inter colllglate -
caps, will be available tMs.t planning stage.Kennedy .
Student "I won't. debates. _..'_ _'_ __'-A" .. said that certain platform
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Chancellor: "O.K., then you are the reason the Est Cm I Lyceum Council underwent Football BlocsIn planks have proven difficult
several changes this summer as to achieve.. The promised: free
is a failure. The entire system rests upon the, a result of Student Government C-Cour'se review sessions have

trust placed in you and every other studen't (SC) wort. Standards were raisedfor Jeopardy? met opposition from several University -

violations of the Honor Code. council members and are now --Page Six College departments.Also .
to report equal to those of council offlcen on) the list of coming SG
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. Southern Coeds Have More Rules I




(Continued From Pagel) classification, and range from University of Wisconsin requires its board of directors. placed on her door, proclaiming
"We at the UF have grownpretty her "quarantine" to the
for all women for every nigm of eight a month for freshmen to 20a sign-outs only wnen women are soundly in line with vhat our the dormitory.The rest of
the week. This seemingly harsh month for seniors. planning to stay out overnight.The should do. As a girl's
feel
clientele we roommate
rule is softened by a system of Junior and senior women would difference between rules at is also
late permits. find the University of Wisconsinin the UF and the University of Wisconsin state institution, one is responsiveto affected by the campusment M.
demands of the state. ther: the campused
Late permits there for Friday Madison somewhat lenient with for example, Is due In partto the lenient roommate coed nor her
and Saturday nights are 1:00 and its curfews, since the school has the fact that Wisconsin, unlike Although usually more may have any visitors
other schools are at this time. Friends
with curfews
,
1:30 a.m. respectively, while no weekend curfew for upperclassmen. Florida, "grew up coed", accord- ouf -attempting
In meting to visit the girls will
often more severe be
weeknight "lates" are 12:15 tm. ing to Dean Brady. Subject
for underclassmen and 1 a.m. for All of the schools contacted had "It's all part of the school's punishment for breaking these cur- to campusing themselves.

seniors. Late permits are some type of sign-out system for background. Each school is Influenced fews.Most Finally, since campuslng
f the schools contacted plies the Inability of the Individual
allocated on the basis of dormitory residents, although the by Its clientele, as well as o
have an accumulation of late min- to meet her responsibilities in a
utes rule like the UF, with usual mature and thoughtful "
way, a
Off-Campus Parties LegalOff punishment being a Friday or Sat- copy of the restriction Is sent to
. urday night tampusment. the office of the dean of women

The UF coed who bemoans her (Tomorrow: Drinking and Men:
Dean Hale emphasized that, campuslng would find little sym- Conduct Regulations)
campus parties- -traditionally permitted by the landlord, house-
banned by the administration holder, or resident manager, and "The student has the first responsibility pathy from an American Universitycoed.
-- -we re legalized by the are made under circumstanceswhich of behaving himself. If a .
new off-campus housing regula- raise no questions as to group of students Is found to have Campusing at the American Uni- PATRONIZE
tions passed during. the summer propriety." been Immoral, the student rentingthe versity mlans that a coed is confined -
trimester. The effect of the regulations Is housing will be held to her room from 7:30 p. m. GATOR
Lester L. Hale, Dean of Stu- to place the responsibility for stu responsible." to 7:00 a. m. the following morn-
dent Affairs, said the new regu- dent's morals in the Jurisdictionof WJS.A. regulations prohibitingvisits Ing. She may receive no phone ADVERTISERS
lations, which took effect Sept. 1, the owner's or apartment house by members of the oppo- calls during this time. Asign is
permit parties which meet with the managers. site sex to each others' dwellings
landlord's approval. Dean Hale said, "The regulations would be in opposition to the new
Dean Hale said, "If a party put the responsibility on the housing regulations.When .
doesn't disturb the neighbors and property owner to maintain questioned about this,Dean
there is not a disregard for pro- respectable living circumstances.If Hale said, "I would presume WSA PEPPER PRINTING CO.
priety and late hours; it would not visits are perfectly acceptableand would review its rules to see if
be a matter that would be looked the property owner knows'of any changes need to be made." welcomes the return of Students and Faculty to

into by the University." it, it is respectable. Although the landlords are now the University and the City of Gainesville.
The regulation reads as follows: "If flagrant misuse of privl- responsible for their tenants Dean campus
"((1) Any activity or gathering; ledge by the owner is discovered, Hale maintained that "the Uni- May we extend a friendly hand to individuals and

which disturbs the neighbors or he can come under the housing rule versity stands behind the house- organizations alike when you need a service we |
neighborhood by reason of the about living only in listed housing.'' holders in trying to maintain pro- can perform.
numbers of persons Involved, the The rule Dean Hale was refer- per standards. A householder

noise created, a disregard of propriety ing to is Regulation "A" which might do a good Job of supervising PRINTING "As You Like It"
or late hours shall be states "Single students under and still get a violation. Then -
deemed a violation. twenty-one must live In housing his listing would not be Jeo- 1024 SOUTH MAIN STREET PHONE 376-8213
(2) Single student may not receive listed with the university, except pardized. The University would
visits from persons of the oppo- for a student living in his own or be concerned if the householderdid
site sex unless such visits are his parent's home." nothing."




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Tuesday, September 8, 1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3j(1)


LARRY DUPREE, Gator '"" Sweetheart Entries

) football captain and I

star fullback, receivesa ,:::
4 handoff slightly diff- < Have 1 More DayBeauties .

erent from those to which Beware!

he is accustomed to, as Tomorrow will be the deadlinefor
Gov. Farris Bryant pre- the 1964 Homecoming Sweet
heart entries so girls start prac- 0t
sents him with the 1964
ticing those smiles.Homecoming .
Homecoming slogan ,
festivities Oct.16-
"Gators Prepare A Collegiate 18 will be-highlighted by the crowning -
World's Fair, of the queen and her court.
in Tallahassee. Sponsored by Florida Blue Key,
it is open to any organization: on
f"" 'F campus.

''r h t "We are encouraging all our organizations -
Ht i I I Im to select an entry for
., this event" explains Bill Ryals: ,
m the promotional and publicity
I-
J. '" chairman: of Florida Blue Key.
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All entries m\!!t be turned In
W b to the Florida Blue Key office on ,' 'MJ
the third floor of the Florida
n Union by tomorrow. The contest
will take place Sept. 12 with all
DOROTHY DEE Miller -
ii ., 'Ii day competition in Silver Springs,
and the final competition at 0 p.m. 1963 Homecomina
that evening upstairs at the Hub.
Sweetheart will
crown
: "The public Is not only invited, her successor in halftime

1 _-- but encouraged to attend the fes- ceremonies during the
tivities at the Hub Saturday even-
ing," Ryals emphasized.The Homecoming football
Honor Court SpeakersTo game against the Univ-
agenda reads as follows:
I of South Carlo
.. ersity
9 a. m. the personality and sheath
Visit Frosh Classes dress Judging; 11 a. m. -- the ersity of South Carolina,
bathing suit competition; 2 p. m. October 17.
--contestant's bathing suit publi-
Fifty members of the Honor view of UF's Honor System. cheating, stealing and passing bad city picture; 9 p.m...formal competition ConcertOpen"sCultural
Court Speaker's Bureau will visit The sessions are held with the checks. with questions; and, 11
C-l classes Tuesday and Wed- cooperation of Dr. Herbert J. Do- Comparison of the court to the p. m. finalists announced.The .
nesday to speak to freshmen on herty, head of the C-l department. proctor system, and how both have YearCultural
the Honor System. fared In colleges across the five Judges are Hon La-
Topics to be discussed include: country. Face, president of Florida Blue events for the trimester
Headed by Sid Stubbs (chairmanand Structure and history of the New provisions for the Student Key; Nance Hardness, representing will be opened tomorrow night witha
acting Court Attorney General), Honor Court. Government Constitution pertaining Week Wachee Springs; Bill concert sponsored by the UF
Richard Horn(Chief Defense Counsel Court correlation scientific' to the Honor System and the grove, WJXT-TV, Jacksonville; Department of Music.
), and Jerry Richman (Court method of determining cheating on Honor Court for the discussionand Herb Kerns, the Director of the Compositions of Mor art,Schubert,
Chancellor), the Speaker's Bureau C-l course examinations.Court opinion of the freshmen. Office of Informational Servicesat Verdi, and Strauss will be
discussions give freshmen a firsthand jurisdiction, which Is Misconceptions of the Honor UF; and, Bill Conway, pres- presented at 8:15 In the Medical
chance to get an overall limited to Include the offenses of Court. ident of UF Alumni Association., Science Building Auditorium.
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lNICE! TALL

i Staff Writer
More than 3400 freshmen and
i4 1 ti transfer students were"dizzified"and
faced the UF
dazzled as they
,. for the first time last week In
4
-Th rYM the annual Fall orientation.
Fred Lane, student orientation
h director commented that this
Cr// year's staff was the finest he has
known I n twelve previous pro-
I II NM V grams. "We had three applicationsfor
I rf
every one of the 131 group
r leaders chosen."

+ .. The basic change In this vear's
= Hi Mn program was tte stream-lining
of activities and meetings that
4 4, v Incoming students were requiredto

Limited attend. time, and space caused i
unnecessary forums beellmina -
ted. "We don't feel that we must
herd the students around like a
bunch of cattle to those unneces-
sary events," stated William
Cross, faculty director.
Since 75% of incoming freshmen
participated in the summer registration :
1 and student and parent
counseling, much of the confusion _
other students face Is avoided.
With the program containing only
essential elements pertaining to
orientation, there is little problemof
chronic absences of students PRANCING FRESHMANis
from their assigned meetings.
Miss Jennifer Dennis
Highlight of the activities was ,
r the traditional welcome presentedSept. contestant in last Friday's
__ 3 by Dr. J. Wayne Reitz,
UF president.A Talent Night at the University -

day's training session for Auditorium.
group leaders preceeded pro-
gram which began Aug. 30.

u._.._______ _____._ Assisting Lane in student lea- Photos by
dership were: Mike Colodny and
LONG LINES, and weary bones must be the reason for transfer student Frank Glinn, assistant directors; Nick Arroyo
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Adrian Katz' obvious disenchantment with the registration process. Joe Marinelli, in charge of group
control; Byron Groves,traffic con-
I trol; Maurice Plumb, office con- Bob Ellison
trol; and Ed Abbott, technical co-
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Pcg&16:.;The''Florida Alligator 1 Tuesday, September 8, 1964



I Football Bloc Seating May Be HaltedPATTI I

sure! 10 have sealing privileges
takers.
PITZ Justified because, "these indivi- who Isn't supposed to have them, behind Fraternity ticket members caught taken for the whole season,"

Staff Writer duals have for the most part given McArthur sald."We're misusing their cards can cause McArthur warned.
to move
years of service for the student going to try around from their entire fraternity to lose its "It becomes almost impossibleto
body." seating positions please all the various "
Football bloc seating may be also seating privilege. groups,
dropped in the future if Student However, some seating changes game to game, McArthur Deputies will also enforce bloc McArthur said.

Government (SG) doesn't find a will be made. stated. student seating. "But since bloc seating is a
more equitable seating system. The tickets reserved for SG Students who misuse privilege, the AA is In a positionto
Misuse of student tickets, bloc will be left In the business Identification cards will be caught police Bloc buldging by groups sitting demand that SG perform more
A special
buldging by fraternities and other manager's office this year. and penalized. will outside their assigned section and competently in their system of
"I'm going to personally see force of 18 student deputies "
and unauthorized ticket McArthur
groups, who refuse to move are "almost seating, explained.
sales have caused Hugh McArthur, the tickets don't get out to anyone be on hand at games and positioned

football system.complete seating revision chairman of the, to seating makea New Insurance Plan. More For Less |I


titan "All a stuaent has to do is fill
bids from more
dividual basis he would find the Board sought
Florida students have a com- ,
"If tickets were worth $5 each and after much deliberation In the Insurance IBM card which
Schwartz 100 companies,
cost times
pletely revised insurance plan beginning many more.
and if as many as 400 student selected Guaranty Life he has and enclose the appropriatefee
said.
this trimester. "The new
seats were sold to non-students, low- of Hammond Indiana to underwritethe ," Schwartz said.
insurance provides more protec- Each year rates have been
the athletic association could loseas ered and this due largelyto policy. It was due to competitive -
,
tion at less expense, Marty year
much as $2,000 on a game,"' Schwartz, Secretary of Interior, the extended effort of Student bidding on a large scale that The policy boasts of hospital
McArthur explained.This th decrease in rates was pro- benefits Increased to $14 per day
said. Government(SG), the rate for individual e
has been a problem for SG curred. Instead of the previous $10 per
students Is$17.25 as com
and the athletic association in the day. Other benefits Include doctors'.
past. "It Is simply inane for any per- pared to $21.00 under the previous and dentists' care nursing, infirmary -
son not covered by individual insurance policy. .
Although the new group i n- care,and maternity needs.
Complaints from students whose not to take advantage of surance policy took effect August Policies are also available to
seats were filled by nearby bloc this group plan. If some one triedto With Schwartz as its head, the 30, it is not too late to obtain cover the student's spouse and
groups were also a major problemIn get the same policy on an In- Faculty and Student Insurance coverage. children in addition to himself.

past seasons. UF Aids Operation'Facelift ,

Seating will be handled under a WESTERN JrilJ
new system this year McArthur Operation Facelift, the city's overall plan for the central i INSURANCE 1I {
said. Representatives from Gainesville merchant's effort to downtown area. E Co Mp'
The museum project will be the \.\
various campus groups, Florida revitalize the downtown business SINCE 1857 ""Y Vy
first beautification project to reach
Blue Key Pres. Charlie Wells, area, received the material
and Student Body Pres. Ken support of the UF last week. the actual construction stage. The
Kennedy will be meeting with Mc- The, university's plan, approved cost of the project, up to $1,000,
Arthur this week in an attempt to by City Manager Bill Green and will be paid for by the university.
reorgahize football seating. and Planning Director David Work Is scheduled to begin this COLLEGE PLANSJiM

McArthur explained bloc seatingas Godschalk, calls for a facelifting week, according to Museum H. Dowli"I.Jr. INSURED SAVINGS *
"strictly privilege." Headded, of the entrance to the Florida Director J. C. Dickinson, Jr. Special Agent MORTGAGE *
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Federman who Is of the traditional -

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'4"L..\ \ of mental gymnastics-.-to dig out
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spite of may fallings. Certainlyto
recommend a movie that Is simply -
STUDENTSOpen a Charge entertaining and void of1 artful
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Freshmen will find that besides
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: The State, which features
imports and quality domestic films
and the Florida which sticks to the
Hollywood tare by no means meantto

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or bring it down to Grants changing on Thursday.The .

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Full Name of husband (if married) z' Wife's first name

Address. .. At the State for Sept. 10-12
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I am Married I own_,_.. have No. Loren and Anthony Quinn.Blurbs
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My Home Phone No. is. each other." "Black Orchid" is
that dubious combination called
I have lived at my present address since? dramatic comedy with not much

Former address (if less than 2 years at present address). sticky pollinating. Loren receivedthe
Venice Film Festival Award
My husband's employer is for best actress In this movie and

His occupation is _. Oscar winner Quinn needs no intro-
duction.
He has been employ since His weekly earning is.

Previous employer (if less than 2 years at above position)___- Following"Black Orchid"at the

I have additional income Amount State is "Knife in the Water,"
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My nearest relative is __.___ .. PoUnskl In the tradition of the4

(His) (Her) relationship to me_.. New Wave. With only three charac
ters and a time span ot ** noun
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(His) (Her) address is Knife skillfully presents the foolish

I have a bank account: _Checking ...Savings_.___ vanity of men under the scrutinyof

I have accounts at:-.. Open CJoscd_ a luscious woman of infinite
..U.command and detachment.
_. ,__ _____._ Open__.__Closed_______. "Knife In the Water"won the International -
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Venice: Film Festival.
Alter Knife will tw ..A House Is
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Editorials:


Here We Go AgainThe

Alligator begins Its third year as a daily newspaper with
today's edition and its staff feels the paper has come of age.
Editors, editorial assistants, staff writers and other membersof I
the staff feel The Alligator Is ready to take the giant step
into the "big leagues" of college dailies.
There have been several changes In the newspaper sinceit
finished Its last stint as a dally under the same "management" )
last April Among them are these:
.the editorials will not be signed, as they were last year,
because they will represent the opinions of The Alligator and
not simply the person who might happen to pen the particular rho
editorial. Editorial policy of the paper will not be a spur-of-the-
moment thing, but rather, it will be an opinion that has been lt)
sufficiently thrashed out and mulled over by The Alligator
board of editors, which consists of the editor, managing editor,
executive editor, editorial page editor, two assistant managing
editors, and one editorial assistant. It will be this board that
determines the policies of this newspaper.The .
-- Alligator has no "sacred cows." We owe no favors ? '"
and fear few. We will not crusade on a white charger but we "Yes sir, it's good to be back among the old classic structures agan.

will protect the Interests of the UF student body where such
protection Is warranted.The Political Echoes: I
-- Alligator will attempt to cover not only campus news
but Gainesville, state, national, and International news throughthe A Blessing In DisguiseRON
use of our United Press International wire as we did last
year. There have been those who have said we should not poke
our nose Into affairs "off-campus," that students find out from SPENCER the party, the future may see a genuine two-party
the state newspapers what Is going on in the "outside world." Executive Editor South. The latter, I feel, would be greatly desirable.If .
We disagree.Our nothing else, more worthwhile Issues would be
space Is cramped and we always print all campus news This may yet be a bit premature, but It Is very raised, elections would become more contested and
that should be printed because, after all, we are a campus possible that Barry Goldwater's overthrow of the the Democratic Party would no longer take the
newspaper. Out also In our pages, as you can see by today's Eastern Establishment and capture of the reins of youth for granted. The amount of concern would
edition, we will give you an Idea of what Is going on "outside"as the Republican Party may be a blessing In disguise heighten and more voters would file to the polls
It relates to you our reader.We to the political fortunes of this nation. once the Democratic hegemony is broken.
are not professionals. We will make mistakes. But How can this possibly be true? The answer lies There are those---for Instance the Lippmanswho
professionalism Is our goal and we the staff will not be satisfied In an examination of the repercussions of his San --- would argue that It would be calamitousfor
with anything short of that goal. Francisco take over. The Gold\valar Convention either of the two parties to gain a conserva-
With that promise to you the reader we begin another year. resulted In an overnight change In the basic makeupof tive or liberal label. I Contrary to Lippman's
We hope you will enjoy our efforts. the GC1 and a similar flux In the affiliations opinion, some feel that the Southern conservative
of both major parties. attitude toward civil rights and government Inter-
Addis Is GoneDon
Never before since pre-Civil War days has the vention Is NOT corrected or aided by having the
Addis, cartoonist extraordinary at UF for many yearsIs South enjoyed even the semblance of two-party Southern Democratic wine permanently listed as
gone. Addis will be remembered by Alligator readers for his national politics. The Populist Revolt of the 1890s
cartoons appearing regularly In the paper during recent years almost succeeded In upsetting the Bourbon aristo- one-wing of the more liberal of the two parties.A .
and for the Orange Peel which under his editorship won nation-wide cracy, but not even Tom Watson and PitchforkBen spade needs to be called a spade, and the South's
acclaim for UF. Tillman could stand against the popularityof double standard has come to border upon the absurd.
Addis left the UF campus and The Alligator bound for St. silver-throated William Jennings Bryan. The Better the South side with Republicans who share
Petersburg and a job with the St.Petersburg Times and Independent.Just Hoovercrat revolt In 1928 was a mere Southern to some measure their feelings than forever remain
prior to departing, Addis left us with the cartoon appearingon gesture of distaste at the '28 standard bearer, Immersed In Its present-day schizophrenia.It .
this page. It will likely be the last Addis feature to adorn these big-city, Catholic, set New York Governor Al Is extremely doubtful that the GOP will become
pages. Smith. the majority party In the South even should Bobby
Addis' job as cartoonist for The Alligator Is now up for grabs. The Dixiecrat Revolt of 1948 was a full-fledged Kennedy run In 1968 on the Democratic ticket.
Any Interested UF student should bring a sample of his work to revolt against the Fair Deal Administration of And Goldwater is not reckoned to command control
our office as soon as possible and talk to us about It. Harry Truman. over the GOP forever. A shift back toward the middle
Notice, however, that
llMI t _I :[jJ:1I: .: : l.U! ,m. }:., )., .w... : !.u. :L m the South did not go Republican, Even In 1948 road will probably occur.
Today's Quote that would have been tantamount to heresy. So,
under the banners of Thurmond and company, the Meanwhile, It seems a blessing In disguise that
"You can do anything with bayonets, Sire, but sit on them." discontented million said In 1948 that theirs was the Goldwater Convention and the backlash formed
Andrew, N. Lytle, the TRUE Democracy, and that Truman's warped from the heated debates of the civil rights struggle
version was only the Illegitimate son of what And- may transform the political alliances of this nation,
rew Jackson, Thomas Jefferson, John C. Calhoun enabling as an Indirect product the GOP to attain
The FloridaALLIGATOR .and the Founding Fathers sired. :Thus, In 1952, the stature a true national party within the South.
the South returned to the Democracy, despite Perhaps you say that It's sad that civil rights and
some notable exceptions, ohe being Florida. Ala- Goldwater had to be the vehicle, but just In this
Today the situation Is different, although th result case, the ultimate end may justify the means.

Served by United Press International may be the same In the long-run If the n-xl- iMt:: l ijij.. l mw.::: :m.oaao v x ', ':
erates reconquer the reins of the GOP In 1968. From The Editor's Desk :1':1'I

Editor .... ...................... .... .. ........Walker Lundy Goldwater appeals directly to the conscience of I
Managing Editor .... ......... .......... ........Joel Gaston the conservative-minded Southerners. He presentsthe
Executive: Editor ... ............ ... ...... .. ...Ron Sparer South with "A Way Out" between the hornsof WALKER LUNDY i
Assistant Managing Editor ... .... ...... ..... ...Benny Cason the South's modern dilemma: how to soft-pedal Editor
Assistant Managing Editor ................ ....Dave Berkowltz or actually oppose civil rights movement and yet
i Editorial Page Editor ... ............ ..... .....Jim Hammock remain within the Democratic Party. "Into the valley of death marched the 3,400.
Sports Editor ........... ........... .. .... ......Cilenn Laney He Is the champion of conservatism, Cannons to the left of them, cannons to the rightof
City Editor .......... .. ...... .... ........... ...Skip H-ivlser a foe of the audacious Civil Rights Bill, champion them."
I Campus Living Editor ........... ...........Jackie Cornelius of states rights and opponent to centralization and This poor bit of adapted poetry tells of UF's
I Increased government spending. In short, he Is spankingnew freshmen class, whlcU begins its
Editorial Assistants -- Steve Vaughn, Tova Levine,Jim Castello, all that a southern senator should be except that very first day of college work today.
Ann Carter, Don Federman, he does not oppose Integration---he merely treads May the winds of fate (and hard work) be
softly on the Issue and would "leave It up to the with them, for they will need both. Only one
j Reporters Ed Barber (Tigert Hall Beat Chief), Patti Pltz states". of every three will ever recleve a degree and
(Student Government Beat Chief, Frank Shepherd, Eunice Tall The result Is that Goldwater Is likely to capture then only after thousands of hours of late night
Cynthia Tunstall, Sue Haugsted, Agnes Fowles, Bob Deloach, most of the South's electoral votes In November, work, headaches and gritted teeth.
' Fran Snider, George Minis, Ernie Lltz, Sheldon Clment, Gerald unless Johnson pulls a political miracle out from We would like to caution the freshman against
Jones, Bill Sadowski, Donal Decker, Joan Gaston, Dan Mowbray, under his spacious stetson. Goldwater seems a sure becoming frustrated. It's the quickest way to the
Judy Knight, Ami Saperstein, Edwin Brownrigg, Evan Langbeln, bet to take Louisiana, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi nuthouse In this noble Institution.
Joe Waldorf, Steve Keating, Yvett Cardozo, Greg Seitz, John Virginia, and Is strong In Arkansas,Tennessee, Don't become frustrated because the squasheded-
Medleln, John McDonough, Holly Howard, David Kennedy, Chris North Carolina, South Carolina and the border states. up trimester system won't give time to learn
Hundley, Thelma Mossman, Harold Aldrich, Ricky Rych Rycluert, Georgia may stay Democratic, but even there the anything. Don't become frustrated you because university -
Hall Cain, Pam Brown, Jeffrey Denkewalter, Vincent Schaefer, Johnson majority precariously slim. Defection Is policy never rules of
seems to follow the
Marty Berbnsteln, William Doe, Richard Ryckaert, Dick Dennis, the key word and the race to join rather than fight logic. Don't become frustrated be cause the instructor -
Lee Alexander has already begun.
doesn't give a damn and tells you so.
T it FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaper Returning to my statement of the merit of a Don't become exist
frustrated can't
because
of the University of Florida and Is published five times weekly Goldwater Convention, It seems that the repercussions on three hours of you than
sleep a night for more
except during May, June and July when it Is published semi- of his victory may reap a Republican six weeks.
weekly. ,Only editorials represent the official opinion of The harvest ,of votes In the South In November. Moreover Just try to until
hang
Alligator. Columns represent only the opinions of their authors. regardless of whether or not Goldwater winsIn the final belt on to your mental ropes
home
rings In
The Alligator Is entered as second, class matter at the United. November nationally, should the Goldwaterites ana tell your December. Then go
Golden
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STEREO Portable Magnavox, like 1960 CUSHMAN Husky Highlander POSITIONS open In Gainesville 1959 CHEVROLET Impala ALTERATIONS reasonable .
new, twin speakers. Sacrifice $75. Scooter. Engine and Body in Boys Club in Wood Shop, Crafts, Convertible, power brakes and prices, across from Tigert
Call Mr. Mason at 6-6461 anytimeor excellent condition. $125. physical, Games Room, steering, new engine. Price $995. Hall at 1238 SW 3rd Ave..phon
2-5940) alter 6 p.m. (A-l-4t-c). FR 6-5826. (A-l-3t-NC). Registration. Afternoons & Call 485-2365. (G-l-5t-c). 6-8506.M-l-lt-c?).
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DISHES, Service for eight, $12.00. RCA total sound Hi-Fi, stereo- 2-5341.(E-l-tf-c). 1963 FORD GALAXY 500 fastback, FREE-budget book and INSURED
2 steel chairs, $6.00. 9 ft, bar, orthophonlc walnut console like hard top, four speed transmission, savings Information for married
$20.00. Desk,$8.00.Aquarium withfish new. Call 3764050. (A-l-3t-c). 1ST YEAR students to manage fire engine red. Priced for quick couples. No obligation Phone 376.
light and air pump, $15.00. apartments near campus. Some sale. See at 718 North Main. Call 9783 between 1 & 4 p.m. (bt.
Venetian Blinds, light green and 7 painting and cleaning in return for 376-1241. (G-l-3t-c). 1-l Ot-c).
ft. long, variety In widths, $5.00 I I rent free apartment. Apply by J __
and $10.00. Electric range, For Rent mall, Peter Moraltes, c/o Opening for an Infant or preschool
Westinghouse 40" wide, $90.00. Fernandas, 11915 119th Street, I L Real Estate I children. References furnished
Call FR 6-7673 for
Phone 2-9659 or 6-4140.A-l-lt-c). MOBILE HOME Space. Progress North Largo, Florida or call appointment
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GAG UANO guitar -.. Italian S. 441. Phone 4621660.Charles STUDENTS wanted both male and 4 BEDROOM, 2 bath, separate IRONING done In home. 151FSE-
flat-top, $60. Conqueror banjo--- Norris, Manager. (B-l-9t-c). female to work in serving lines. living, dining and Jamaica rooms. 13th Place, Lincoln Estates.Call
4-string, $75. WANTED, used
Apply Long's Cafeteria, 313 W. Near University and Shopping FR 6-2918.(M-1-2t-c).
flat-top guitar for classroom use. EIGHT Room unfurnished house. University Avenue. (E-l-3t-c). Center. $21,500. Good terms. Call
'Call after 6 p. m., 372-0987. Stove and refrigerator Included. 372-7658 weekdays. (L-l-3t-c).
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Call 2-0243 after 5. per(B-l-tf-c). I For Sale l !
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TENSIONS. Join the Triangle Fly- time at 3631 E. University Avenue,
shy, SM TKSATCI 1961 VOLKSWAGEN, with sunroof. Ing Club and relax. For shares Cottage ##1 or phone 6-3261, Ext.
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m- UF Student Unpopular In Louisiana Town I



'af' ...' '\\tf'; .*""" > :.. TOVA LEVINE says it Is liberal but In many identified one of the men, no problems In this area. Yet, he
Ipi Editorial AssistantAn cases is not at all," Van Matre charges were brought.Van believes that much work must be
Matre feels the lack of done in areas such as Louisiana, I
unpopular white in a small said.A second project on Van Mitre's proper protection for civil rights because of the "strong Injustice
Louisiana town, Jim Matre, a UF summer agenda was working on workers is one of the biggest being done there."
student, faced physical violence Negro registration In small towns I IlbziIol
with non-violent reslstence duringthe and parrlshes of northern
i "long, hot summer." Louisiana. His first stop was Ro -
Van Matre, 2UC, of Boynton Plaquemlne, La., to attend a
Beach is a member of the training session for CORE
A 6s Tallahassee chapter of Congressof workers.
Racial CORE Now You Can Rent It
Equality ( ), an According to Van Matre, the
National Association for the SANDING MACHINES WALLPAPERING EQUIPMENT
session consisted of a "thorough
s Advancement of Colored People POWER TOOLS PLUMBER
briefing on the political historyof
(NAACP) worker in Gainesville, CARPENTER TOOLS HOUSEHOLD EQUIPMENT
Louisiana, the economics of CEMENT TOOLSMECHANIC'S PARTY AND BANQUET NEEDSBABY
and member of the Student
a Group AND BEDS
each parrish where workers were TOOLS EQUIPMENT
for Equal Rights.A to be sent, the power structureof LOADING TOOLS INVALID NEEDSPAINTER'S
white applicant to FloridaA EQUIPMENT GARDEN AND YARD TOOLS
each parrish, and philosophical
& M, Van Matre left Floridaat discussions on non-violence." 625 N.W. 8th Avt. OR CALL- FR 6.2835
: the beginning of the summer
Van Matre actually began -
"\ "Fr with other CORE members to
work In East
,' registration
:o'Y demonstrate at the New York Feliciana. Van Matre said he was We Feature

World's Fair. followed and Identified as a CORE
VAN MATRE "We demonstrated In front of worker his first day In town. 1'1" '.
I the Florida pavilllon in order to "I was wearing my skin color NEW & USED GUARANTEEDTYPEWRITERS
show the hypocrisy of a state that '
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I Interviews thing Is never seen."
Campus I "On the second day as I was
waiting outside the courthouse and
TO: Deans,Department Heads Sales. Operations Include the trying to get a few Negroes ALL MAKES & MODELS
and 1964-65 Graduates entire free world. L: registered, three men came over
: FR: Maurice Mayberry, .I':: ; to me. One of them faked a trip Portables Standards
Director, University Placement September 25 THE CALIFORNIA i and began hitting me. I tried to
: Office COMPANY (Oil t::, block his hits according to ournonviolence Electric & Manual
s iRE: Interview Schedules company with Engineers I policy as he rippedoff
: September 21 through located in La. & Miss.), Dec., my shirt before a jeering
September 30, 1964 Apr., Aug.grads.Job openings crowd of about 20 people' Van
NOTE: Sign-up sheets are are planning, design & Matre said.According. University Office Equiptment Co.
posted two weeks In advance installation of facilities to Van Matre, one
:: of the interview date In Bldg. necessary to produce & sell of the men warned him he had 2727 NW 6th Street
H. Interviews will be held In gas & crude oil. "gotten off lucky this time", but
the Florida Union unless September 28, 29 MARTIN would not be let out If he ever Phone 372-0963
otherwise Indicated. COMPANY, Orlando, Fla. came back. Although he later

Math, Physics, AE, EE,
September 21 FLORIDA ME BS, MS, Ph. D. degree. The convenient spot
POWER CORPORATION, St. Dec. grads. U.S. citizenship :',',
Petersburg, Fla. EE. BS required. A variety of % "
degree. Dec.grads.Electrical openings in Research,Design/
for fresh Donuts { '
Delsgn & Power Distributionjob Development or Manu- : .
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openings. facturing. /,

September 22, 23, 24 E. I. September 28 -Group Meeting that are different.A r
DuPONT de NEMOURS & BELL SYSTEM, 5:00 p.m., 4a
COMPANY, Wilmington, Room 218, Fla. Union. All
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Delaware. Chem.-BS degree; '' '' ,
sign-ups on Bell System SACKFULL'
ChE, EE, IE, ME, Met. Eng. schedule should attend this SPUDNUTSv
BS, MS degree. Dec., Apr. meeting.
grads. Men only. Few A
fan food
positions for research but September 29, 30-THE BE LL SNACK'f i
most for power & Instrumen- SYSTEM (Southern Bell, ..' U.S.A.
tation type assignments. Western Electric, Bell Labs),

22 RING, EE, IE, ME, Eng.Mch.Math- "
September
Dec., Apr. CHECK OURDISCOUNT
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West Palm Beach, Fla.ACctg. grads. Positions In
Operations, Engineering and PRICE'r ; j
Dec. grads.
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September 24 TOUCHE, and Installation and Researchand QUANTITY N
ROSS, BAILEY & SMART Development.

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Ind. Mgmt. BS, MS degree. September ROBINS AIR MATERIAL ORDERS

Dec., Apr. grads. AREA, Robins Air Force O t .

September CHICAGO Base, Ga. AE, CE, EE, IE,
ME BS, MS, Ph. D. degree.
BRIDGE & IRON COMPANY,
Birmingham, Ala. CE, MESS Dec., Apr., Aug. grads. Campus favorite frcm coast to coast
In design, Implementation -
Dec. Apr. Openings are
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EDE SwitchEde Book Sale Law Exams
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P.l{. Yonge LaboratorySchool Student Government
Auditorium Instead of Norman are requested to +
214 as originally scheduled by Room 309, Florida Size
today at 9 a.m.AICHE. to claim money for
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No money will be ;
,; It must be picked up
A 14-18 from 3-5 p.m.


i Meet Army

'. All students Interested ins
chemical engineering are Invited -
to the first meeting of Entries may be
.J. AICHE tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. by mailing a post card (,
.- j in Room 319 Engineering Major Harvey M. Dick,
If: Building. Refreshments will tary Building,
||be served. Florida or by bringing I
.": Room 111, Military
fd" Contest closes
; Kantor Book 1964.
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: i. A book on Latin American The Army ROTC
K politics by. Harry Kantor, UF ment Is sponsoring a I
; associate prof of political to select a new name
.9., science in a new Spanish edition girl sponsors, '
i by a publisher in Buenos called "Army
j Aires, Argentina. A prize of $10.00 'I
-; This is the second edition awarded the winner.Debate .
Y rl; published Spanish of the bok,
f "El Movlmiento Aprlsta
Per u a no," originally published I
f in English in 1953 by
a::f:: the University of California The Debate Society r
Press. an organizational
I night at 7:30 in
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!'i Fla. Rifles interested students.
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1 Building. All members are at the home of Mrs. PUBLICATIONS"A
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16 The Florida Alligator Tuesday, ., September. 8, 1964

AT LITTLE THEATER




Audience Gets Into Act"Dirty



Work at the Crossroads" vampire", a French maid named greet the herces and vlllians with

doesn't refer to campus antics at Fleurette and of course a Little the appropriate sounds and

the intersection of University Nell played by Sterrett's daughter reactions. .
Avenue and Thirteenth Street. Vickie. Performances will be held at

It's the name of the first 8:30 p.m., Sept. 11, 12, 17, 18 and
production of the Gainesville Little The audience will be seated at 19. Because: of limited seating

Theater's 1964-65 season which small tables in the Little Theater space, reservations will be

opens Friday night. A melodrama Playhouse located on NW 16th Blvd. necessary for both membershipand
where the audience gets into the Hostesses In Gay Nineties' general admission tickets.
act by cheering the redbloodedhero costume will serve refreshments.The Reservations can be made by

Adam Oakhart, and hissingthe audience is encouraged to calling 3764949.

t S it evil villain from the city,
1
Munro Murgatroyd.All Art Study Committee FormedA
parts of the play are as

written In the 1800's, except the
locale. This has been switched special committee to study need more coordination In

.. from Ohio to Alachua County. The creative and performing arts at developing this very Important
result is anything but serious UF has been created at the request aspect of university life.
4 drama. of President Reitz. The creative and performing

1 [ In the plot, the villlan Murga- The purpose of the committeeis arts are currently dispersed

.. troyd attempts to grab off land, to study the problems of growthand among four various colleges and
wanted :by the railroad, by development of the creativeand coordination among these collegeshas

.. w I. marrying the owner of the valuable performing arts here.AlthoughIts proved difficult even though
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property, Nellie Lovelace. But purpose; is Intended to be ofa real progress has been made in

TAKING A look at what Sigma Nu has to offer are success Is not his, he is foiled long-range scale, short-range past years.
again by brave Oakhart who comesto recommendations will be made by "We are' a big university,"
two freshmen Pete Ackerman far left and Paul
( ) Reilly
the rescue In the nick of time. the committee. Jordan said. "We need a divisionof
(far right). Snakes Mike Booty and Nathan Eden ans- Del Sterrett, program directorfor According; to L. Russell Jordan, fine arts."

wer questions about fraternity life. ( Photo by Nick the Florida Union and assistant chairman of the committee, many Late this month second meetingof
professor of music, staged the people on campus believe that we the special committee will be
Arroyo) music for the production. He was called. The meeting will be open

assisted by his wife Jane, a to anyone interested in the creativeand
I Greeks Rush New StudentsNew 'piciibslonal singer, and they are FU Committees performing arts. Spectators
billed as"The Fabulously Talented will be allowed to voice their views

students at the University Informally. Team of Local Musicians. Need Chairmen with the permission of the chair.
Sterrett will follow the action of
Florida have had the
of opportunityto Sororities welcomed rushees
the play with piano music of the Chairmanships of Fine Arts
meet members of the Greek Saturday, September 5,and Sunday, Bloc
sororities and fraternities International and Public Relations SeatingThe
duringthe September 6 to their houses for era.In
addition to the villlan, the committees of the Florida
past week.Fraternity Ice-Water Teas.The rushees spent
set tablesIn all-amertc .. hero, and the frail Union Board for Student Activitiesare last time block seating applications -
men up fifteen minutes In each house where
the heroine Lovelace,the play Includes vacant. Applications can be will be accepted by Stu-
the Plaza of Americas they were Introduced to each
where answered such characters as Mookie obtained In and returned to Room dent Government will be 5 p. m.
they questionsOf housemother and became briefly
those interested In Joining a acquainted with as many girls as Magugglns, The Intrlguelng Ida 315 of the Union. Deadline Is for tomorrow at the SG office In the

fraternity. Rush started officially possible.The Rhlnegold, billed as a "notorious Wednesday, 5 p.m. Florida Union.Horo'l .
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at 1 p.m. Friday, September 4. next round of rush parties,
Rushees were invited to visit the loformals, will be held this

the fraternity houses Friday, Saturday and Sunday, September
Saturday, and Sunday. Formal 12 and September 13. Rushees may \

fraternity rush Is over Wednesday, pick up their Invitations Saturday .< ). '
September 9; however, many morning from 9 a.m. until noon ';'
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Successful' Gator Guide'To $2,500 Gift Given


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tudent Booksale ReplaceRules For Top TeachersThe



udent Government (SG) Is now If books are sold students Book

Vatlng its third and most receive claim slips which are UK announced receipt of a son, will be given annually from

essful booksale according to cashed at a later date. If books $2,500 gift from the Robert Eatll the funds to the Junior faculty mem-
handbookfor
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etary of student affairs Drew are not soldstudents can reclaim students, officially a McConnell Foundation to provide ber teaching In University College

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foo worth of books."This year'sIs ."
Winter classroom teaching.
In the
distributed early
running as well or better,"
dlett said. Trimester. Initially given to all the University College supplies the

:he sale, which started I Leg Council 1 1I students, "Gator Guide" will then A $500 award, named by the University wide basic liberal

tember 2, continues through be given only to Incoming donor In honor of Thomas Jcffor- education courses which cut

fay and tomorrow from 1-5 p.m. Freshmen. across all areas of human knowledge -
Sets .
MeetingLegislative The guide is currently in
I and work for
{the Florida Union Social Room. I are required
'Students will save money since mimeograph form. Limited I all freshman and sophomore stu
gets no profit from the sales. number of copies are going to be Gator Growl dents.A .
Council will meet distributed to certain faculty and
regular on and off-campus committee of faculty
-
|e special joint
for the first time this trimester students in order to obtain an
kstore buys books from next Tuesday. The budget will be initial reaction to the guide. It Tryouts Set and students will be set up
dents at half price and sellsm annual who
the recipient
submitted at this meeting for a will then be edited, based on the to name
> at three quarter price,"said will be chosen on the basis of ...
second reading and final approval, critique, and printed for general
slett. according to Student GovernmentSG distribution.The "Beat those Gamecocks" Is distinguished classroom teaching

( ) Rules and Calendar guide is to be a subjectof already In the air as the and exceptional Influence on the
JSG doesn't buy books. It simply of students.
Committee Chairman Duddy Blain. discussion at the President's Homecoming-hungry Gators Intellectual life
ffers a central point for students Reltz said
President J.
world'sfair" Wayne ,
"Until we locate returning Leg Retreat. prepare for a "collegiate
sell their books at a
buy and appreciate this
Council members, we don't know Gator Guide Is a joint effort "We greatly
Ice near the two thirds mark.is which will serve as
where we stand as far as cpen between student government and generous; gift
gives students selling bookstore And Howard McMulty knows It. recognition of quality teaching
positions Blain said. the administration. It has been a
,
[ money for their sale and go McMulty, who Is In charge of the by rewarding top scholar-
Only Finance Committee and three years In the planning.It "
arges students buying books less Homecoming "Gator: Growl, is teachers, particularly In the junior
Lyceum Committee were Is not the Intention of "Gator
[oney for their purchase. preparing for "the biggest and staff ranks."
functioning during the summer Guide" to replace any other student "
trimester. guide except for the regulation best 'Growl' ever. The gift by the McConnell Foundation -

Students wishing to sell books During the summer It was booklet. It pulls together material Tryouts for the Homecoming will fund the award for five

Ian take them to the Florida Union decided that Lyceum Council must found In various places and also 'Growl' will be Sept. 23 at 6:30 years and provide for a review

octal Room and offer them for have Legislative Council approvalon adds new material heretofor p.m. In University Auditorium. regarding; continuing It after that

[ale at a price set by the student. special events which have unpublished. Applications may be secured in time.

potential liability. Lester Hale, Dean of Student Room 308 at Florida Union. The Robert Earll McConnell

Because special events are Affairs, believes that "G ator "We want to see anyone with Foundation waa set up In New YorkIn

ED Dames MeetThe supported through ticket sales, Guide" Is a new type of publicationfor any type of talent at the tryout," 1030 to provide funds for education -

Lyceum often comes up short, the students unlike any otherIn McMulty says. and charitable purposes. It
Education Dames will meet Blain said. the country. According to Hale, There will also be a skit meeting has previously established the

tomorrow at 8 p.m. at the home of He said that in knowing the It Is a much more comprehensive for all organizations wishing Thomas Jefferson Award at
loss of the expectationsof to take part In the 'Growl'. It several other Institutions Including
>an and Mrs. Melvin Baker, 1220 possible extent of financial representation
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1 Fla. "" Players Meet Tonight r TV Show Holds AuditionsSoon I


I amateurs will be flying (CDS) Sunday evenings at 5:30 Amateur Hour are Robert Merrill,
florlda Players will hold Itst shown, and prospects for the entire with the greatest of ease over p.m. Regina Resnick, Maria Callas of
| production meeting of the year will announced. New and the airwaves via TV appearancesas Youngsters, oldsters and in- the Metropolitan opera, Vera
son and annual open house Interested students will be able a result of auditions which betweensters having talent of any Ellen, Teresa Brewer, Jack
gi't at 7:30 In Norman Hallltorlum. to meet the entire theater staff, will soon be conducted in Jack. description Including vocal groups, Carter, Paul Wlnchell, Frank
and refreshments will be served. sonville. soloists, musical Instruments, Sinatra, and Frank Fontaine.
Irector L. L. Zimmerman and Tomorrow, Dr.Zimmerman will The Ted Mack audition staff dancers, and novelty acts, all have Interested persons should write
Igner Henry Swanson will begin tryouts for "Red Roses"In will be choosing applicants from been seen at one time or another, Ted Mack, P. 0. Box 114,
cuss plans for the year's first Room 239, Tigert Hall. They this area as well as other spotsin on The Original Amateur Hour Jacksonville describing their act
w, "Red Roses for Me," by will be held from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Florida, who ulll be selectedfor Such well-known names In the and will Ibe scheduled to audition
n O'Casey. Students will be and 7 to 9:30 p.m., each day appearances on the program entertainmcr* field who have during a two week period which
en the opportunity to join auction through Friday, September 11. No which has been on the air for 31 graduated from the_OriginalAppointments. begins. October 5.
crew. prior experience is necessary to years. ,-- ---- i
During the meeting, slides oft join a production crew or read The Ted Mack Original Amateur
season's productions will be for a part. Hour Is viewed locally over WJXT Given I I

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appointments have been announcedby In the College of Business
WELCOME STUDENTSFROM administrative officials thus Administration.
holds degrees from
Champion
far for the coming year. '"
Dr. Franklin A. Doty was named Furman University, North
assistant dean of Academic Affairs Carolina State and Purdue
after serving as chairman of the University. lie will also serve as
THE GATOR SHOPATHLETIC social science department since associate chairman of the new
Health and
graduate program In
1961. He succeeds Edgar W. Kopp,
who left the University of Florida Hospital Administration
(UF) to become dean of the established In February.
College of Engineering at the Also joining the UF staff Is Dr.
I University of South Florida. F. William Sunderman Jr., an
Doty, originally from Omaha, associate: professor of pathologyand
EQUIPMENT I clinical
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a.b. In history and French. B. Henry who has accepted a
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I Honor Court r

I Dora Nears U.S. See What' New II

From UPI Reports ,
( Continued From Page I) a final examination for him, as Giant hurricane Dora pushed its

well as paying a third student to 130 mile an hour winds closer to
Unless you accept Witt take the progress test for him. the U. S. mainland last night and The Browse Shop
responsibility to actively, as These are only a few of the cases
the weather bureau ordered a hurricane -
opposed to passively, support the recently handled by the Court. watch over some 900 miles
system, then It can be nothing buta They are, however, Illustrative of
of the South Atlantic seaboard.The .
failure. You are the same typeof the basic problems faced by the CARAVANS James Michener
watch alertto
a preliminary
person who will graduate this Court: 1. How can we achieve residents threatened by a hurricane BARRY GOLD WATER National ObserverA
University and look the other way cooperation of the Student BodyIn
Is in effect from Wilmington CHOICE NOT AN ECHO .Phyllis Schlafly
when a crime Is committed. The enforcement of the Honor Code?
responsibility Is the same." 2. Is the present method of N. C. to Palm Beach. All OEDIPUS REX A MIRROR FOR GREEK DRAMA
Interests In this area should keepIn .
Student: (After about an hour of penalization adequate; that Is. Is close touch with future advisories .Albert CookCONRAD'S
reflection.) "Well, I guess you It too harsh or too weak?.
and be prepared to take precautions DARKNESS AND THE
are right. It's a difficult thing to More Importantly, the real valueof HEART OF
if hurricane warnings are
do, but these people who cheatedare the Honor System, that It Is issued later.At CRITICS i .Ed: Bruce Harkness .
hurting themselves In the long more a part of an education In good
well 8 p. m. EST Hurricane Dora THE KING LEAR PERPLEX. .Ed: Helmut Bonheim
run as as their fellow students. citizenship and self-discipline thanIt
I'll give you one name." Is an efficient way to apprehend was centered at latitude 28.3 N, UTOPIA. Thomas MooreTECHNICAL

Chancellor: "That Is all we cheaters, is evidently not being longitude 71.7 W, or about 525
need." miles east of Cape Kennedy.
served. The first solution Is that
.,. The above Is true conversationthat of communication and Dora continues on a westerly & REFERENCE

took place Immediately after understanding. We feel that support course at about 13 mph with high r

the C-62 final examination this will be Increased ten fold If est winds estimated at 130 mph '

past winter trimester. As can be students would take the time to near the center. Hurricane force INTRODUCTION TO MATRICES & VECTORS

seen on the Penal Decrees on find out just why they should winds extend out 150 miles to the ..SchwartzINTRODUCTION
Honor Court bulletin boards, one enforce the system. north and 100 miles to the south,

name was all that was necessary. forecasters refused to predict I TO QUANTUM THEORY
In subsequent articles numbero
Following the receipt of the a last night whether the monster .ParkPREPARATIVE '
proposed revisions will be
Information, the University Boardof > tempest might eventually nit the
propounded. If you have any Ideas, METHODS OF POLYMER
mainland
Examiners In cooperation with full force.But they pointed -
the Court would like to hear from
the Honor Court Attorney out the storm was expected to CHEMISTRY. .Sorenson & Campbell
you. Address letters either to
General's staff ran a correlation hold to a generally westerly course
the Alligator to the
or directly
of all (several hundred) of the test through Tuesday.
Chancellor of the Honor Court.
papers of C-62. The results, Meanwhile, Hurricane Ethel,top
As a hint of what future articles
following a thorough Investigation, winds now at 80 mph continued Campus Shop & Bookstore
will discuss; do you think the
led to confessions by several on her west-northwesterly courseat
Honor System
students. encourages about She
20 mph. was last
"Informers?" If so how can this
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Five have already been centered less than 500 miles south-
sentenced by the court, with aspect of the system be Improved? east of Bermuda .
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penalties ranging from one trimester -

suspension,a falling grade,
and nine penalty hours. At least

three other students are still being

Investigated. As is true with most Welcome StudentsMeet

"mass cheating" cases, the

number was highly exaggerated,
though certainly a matter of

serious concern. 9"-' -
The penalties Imposed were stiff
largely because the cheating was Your Friends at the C.I.

premeditated and organized. It

certainly Is to be contrasted with

\ the case Involving two coeds who .
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that they had cheated. They i.' across from campus

received only a falling grade plus .
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three penalty hours. In addition, :

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student who "panics" and takesan

< answer or two. Both are

serious but one far more serious

} than Arising the other.out of the same final School OPENING SPECIALS for Sept. 8, 91 10

i examination period were several

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September, 1964 The Florida Alligator Page 21 "


I Reitz Greets Freshmen I Jewish Students



J visions of education with moral himself In position for personal will keep before you visions of
furpose as a guidepost were financial and material gain,he will greatness--the kind of vision which I Begin New YearThe
Itnessed by some 3,000 freshman have missed the mark.
will be for the betterment of
udents when UF President J. "It Is important that you thinkIn mankind. That will be educationwith I I
'ayne Reitz spoke to them at them terms of what you can do for a moral purposeMReltz said. Jewish High Holy Day season New Year, the anniversary of the
last'week.. the betterment of mankind," he "We shall expect you to abide began yesterday with Rosh Hashana world's creation, according to
"If education Is to be meaningful said. "This becomes education by certain standards of conduct.We ceremonies. Services for the legend.
i the solution of problems It muste with a moral purpose regardlessof do not seek conformity in our second day of the holiday will begin Rosh Hashana differs from the
cloaked with a moral purpose," what your vocation or professionmay thinking or Ideas. A university is this morning at 9:30 In theJ.JUlUs New Years of other nations as it
sitz said. be, and when so cloaked your a place where creative and Miller Health Center. Is a solemn occasion rather than
on some major own personal welfare will be taken Imaginative Ideas should flourish.But The Hlllel Foundation of UF is one of merriment. It Is a time
Speaking Involving change and the Into account," he told the new within this context there is sponsoring the services for all set aside for man's deeds to be
roblems students. reviewed and for each man to be
Jewish students. Rabbi Simeon
allenge they present to well appropriate room for the exercise
ducated men and women, Dr. "As you sharpen your intellects, of good taste and neatness, and to Kobrlnetr, Hlllel director, will Judged by God. Man's actions are
gain new knowledge and under- conduct His weighed and his fate Inscribed by
services. for
said that. if a student's Idea be Identified with that which Is sermon
eitz standing as students at the good, wholesome and attractive," this morning will be "The Divine God in either the Dock of Life
fof education Is merely to put or the Dock of Death.
an University of Florida, I hope you he said. Alternative."
Rosh Hashana literally means The ram's horn or "shofar" la
"head of the year" and Is blown in the synagogues on Rosh
I commonly known as the Jewish Hashana to symbolize the bindingof
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ti JOHN FEIBER, Jerry Anderson and Wally Colson rush in to The White team's' defense compared favorably with their of-

help out their teammate bring down an unidentified Blue team fense. They routed the Blue team 60-0 as they prepared to do I

opponent. battle with tough Southwest Conference foe SMU on September 19.

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made It back!

For those of you who are new to the UF my name is Glenn Laney.

I am the. sports editor and Steve Vaughn is the assistant sports editor.

Regularly through out the season you will be hearing from both

of us edlto rally. We try not to pull any punches and usually say what

'Is on oftr minds., It makes for interesting reading even If It does hurta

few of the more tender prides around the campus.

Some Ideas from last year are still around. The better ones we

hope. And believe It or not our creative minds have come up with a
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few new ideas to make this years sports section the best ever.



-1r : No game StoriesSince


the paper does not come out on Sundays we will continue to shy
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away from writing football game stories. We will keep you abreast of

J f k every move our Glorious Gridiron Gladiators make on the field and

in the locker room. Monday's paper will be devoted to comments by
THE OLD Tommy Shannon STEVE SPURRIER warms up his
pro,
head coach Ray Graves on what he thought of the Gator's efforts on

throws a strike in practice.Shannon, talented right flipper in practice as the field You will also be hearing from the opposing coach and the

who holds many Gator passing rec- he lets loose with one of his"bombs. scouts from the opposition.Carmanella's.

ords, has a fight on his hands for the The young sophomore from Tennessee -

y.! QB job as young Steve Spurrier is is giving senior Tommy Shannona GridIron Contest

pressing him for the honor.Navy's run for his money to see who getsto Carmanell's Restaurant is back again sponsoring a plck-the-

start against SMU. wlnner" contest. Response was so great we decided to give It a try

during the football season also. The prize remains the sameM.dlnner

for two...anything in the house.

Marquis Daezler will be back with the scoop on what goes on Inside
Nemesis; SMU
the football team. Marquis' column, The Icebreak, will be one of the

features in our new sports special on the days o f home games.
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Something new has been added in the way of a sixth edition. The

Saturday of every home game the Alligator will put out a special sports
DAVE BERKOWITZ to the Dallas Tex. campus for the offense. A was put
severe crimp
edition. The first two and last two pages will be devoted entirely to
Assistant Edito start of the 1964 season. In this when Roderick was
Managing plan
Coach
sports. Graves has consented to write a column for these editions.
Returning to the Mustang unable to make his grades.
eld: Note: This Is the first in It should give you gator football fans a better understanding of the
eleven is national punting champion Lack of experience in the
a 10 part series problems faced by a blgtime college football team.
covering every Danny Thomas. Fry has high hopes backfield, particularly at fullback
; team the Gators face this
) football
for Thomas but knows that one and no better than average beef Editor
Sports Tags AlongThis
season. kicker can't hold the team up on the line, except at guard are
Last season was not much for the likes of Ohio State
against giving the SMU coaches something football season I will be traveling with the team. This has
Southern Methodist football coach Rice Texas and Baylor.It to The Ponies are deepat
ponder. not been done in recent years. It should b@ helpful in giving you UF
Hayden Fry to talk about. His will take more tithe Mustangs with Robert Oyler John
guard ,tans a better overall look at what our Gators are going through.Last .
\ Mustangs ended the campaign with hope to finish better than last La Crone, Jim Sitton and David football stand
season no taken
: was on whether the Gators were
i a 4-6 record. year's 2. 5 in the Southwest Shuford.
going to win lose. This
or
season will
we candidly predict who we think
\\I : Despite the gloom one bright
Conference Besides Thomas who averageda
has the better team
and who think should
t we win the game. Of course,
j event stands out tn Fry's mind, John Roderick considered( one booming 44 yards per punt in
desire
plays a big in
part any game. The word from the Inside Is this
\ \ SMU's 32-28 upset victory over of the fastest white half-backs 1963, Fry was counting on Mac years Gators have more desire and
more cohesiveness than
any
}.I No. 2 nationally ranked Navy. In the nation, was supposed to be White, a spectacular runner at football team ever assembled on the Florida campus.

I i Twenty-threa lettermen return the main feature in Fry's "I" quarterback, but White will Wouldn't It be fun to ride the Tide two years In a row?
probably be sidelined the entire

.; :L. UF Harriers To Hold Meeting season with a back Injury.

- - - The Mustangs"' open their 1964 UF Ski Club MeetsThe I

season In Gainesville against the
The UF cross country team will Coaches Percy Beard and Walter
University of Florida on Saturday
Its 19&4 season this Wei sen Invite all students
1 afternoon Inaugurate with an organizational Interested In joining the varsityor Sept. 19 in a regionally televised Gator Ski Club will bold Is required. If a memoer does

the freshman team to attend game. an organizational meeting In the not know how to ski be will be
S Its first
meeting, followed by today's meeting. Anyone Although SMU's SWC hopes are basement of the Florida Gym tonight taught A qualifying him test will
The
session.
,0 ,. :official practice will be held In the Interested, but unable to attend, not bright, they are expected to at 7:30 p. Membershlp be given new members Immediately -

I '.: meeting of the stadium may contact Coach Beard at his Improve outside conference play In the club Is open'to all UF stu- following the meeting. AU
room *
projection office In the stadium building. and the Florida-SMU game Is seen dents. who are Interested are asked to

I }building at 4:00 p.m. as a toss-up affair. No former experience In skiing bring bathing suita.a .


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UF Intromurais -

Major League Baseball Scores

American League National League
Schedule FullERNIE

-- .. .. Washington-6-3 Baltimore-6-1 New York-6-7 Milwaukee-10-8

Chicago-2-0 Kansas City-1-6 Houston-4-5 C icogo97New
LITZIntramurals for the water basketball title. Phi

EditorThe Delt President Hugh Wilson called York-5 Cleveland-7 St. Louis-3-3? Los Angelesrl-3

fall trimester's schedulefor his team "one of the best we've Minnesota-4 Detroit-2 Red Legs-2-2 Philadelphia-5-1
UF Intramurals will be one ever had. We've got a lot of boys
of the most active In a long time. back and we expect to be in their
That word, from Graduate scrapping." Los Angeles San Fransisco-9-6 I

Manager Paul Varnes, Is only Blue League Champs, LambdaChi Bostonincomplete( ) Tittsburg-6-4 I
part of the story In what will bea Alpha is expected to produce _
hectic fall for mural participants.The key competition again in their

kickoff gets under way circuit. r SMU Rates Gators I
September 25 as the dorms openup Traditionally the Orange League
with flag football. Each dorm water basketball fight centers

area will have local competition around the Sigma Nu's, Phi Delt's, Ed Note: This Is a column "Duprve I* a great: competitor,
leading up to inter-area playoffsand and TEP's. taken from the SMU campus news- a team man who excells as a run-
a campus championship game. The Blue League key contenderswill paper. It gives you football fans ner and blocker," Graves said.
Last year's area winners for flag be amongst defending title. an Idea of how the other team "lie is the clutch athlete who
football Include: TOLBERT: SouthIV holder Delta Upsilon, Lambda Chi, feels about playing our Gators. makes the big plays that can turna

HUME: Bristol; GRAHAM: and the Fiji's. game our way," he added.In .
Next fall, on September 19, the
MURPHREE Section
Newins; : .
,' Mustangs travel to Gainesville,
Mur. G.The The Independent League action addition to Dupree,the Gators
fraternities will open up will open up the week of Sept. 28 :; I Florida where they will open the have a running back, Jack Harper,
W. 1964 football season against the
the second week of school with with bowling at air-conditioned \< who is as dangerous a runner as
University of Florida Alligators.
water basketball. The UFis the Palm Lanes. \ Dupree.
Although the Alligators will havea
only school In the nation to play For further information as to
strong first team, they will not
this controversial sport. schedules, eligibility and other Florida, 8-3-1 In 1903, is expected -
have depth in any position with the
Phi Delta Theta, last year's data, contact your group's Intra- possible exception of halfback. to have an Improved running -
Orange League champions, are mural Manager or the Intramural Appraising his team's fortunes game, stronger kicking anda
expected to be a key contenderWomen's office 229. Florida Gym. reckless, aggressive attitude.
next head football coach
year, Graves plans to play a pair of
I Ray Graves said, "To play consistent two-way units. He will wild-card
Golf Club OraanizesBetty football must
come
we up
four positions--left guard, center,
- - -
with some reserves capable of
quarterback and fullback.
Graham, Broward Hall and better knowledge and use of holding their own in the Southeastern -
Advisor, has announced the the UF golf course for playing Conference."

formation of a Women's Golf Club groups. ..._ -'--- .-, .,- --- Key to Florida's offense will "After those first seven games,
here at UF. be fullback Larry Dupree, captainof we meet the three teams that hateus
The first organizational meetingwill Attempts at such a group are DANNY THOMAS warms the 1964 team and unanimous the most -. Georgia, Florida
be held Monday September 21, not new, but with the UF's his talented kickingleg All-Southeast Conference the State University and Miami,"
at 4:00 p.m. In the Broward Hall acquisition of the golf course a up past two years. Graves mused.
Gymnasium classroom. fresh attempt is being made with as the SMU Mustangsget Playing on an Injured knee last "So you can see the schedule

The club's purpose Is to help high hopes for success. ready to meet the Flo- season, Dupree ran for 749 yardsto requires us to have a great deal
the feminine portion of the student All Information should be give him a two-season total of determination, depth and luck
body towards a better obtained from Miss Graham at rida Gators Gainesvilleon of 1,349 yards, second best career in the form of keeping key boys
understanding of the game of golf Broward Hall. September 29. mark in Florida's history. healthy," he concluded.



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