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of Florida Gainesville September 9, 1964
Vol. 57, No. 2 University .

I Campus Braces For Dora I


Flavets Evacuate F s.

Storm Slams


Classes DoubtfulBy Into FloridaFROM

Alligator Staff 5 a.m. and announced over all

Gainesville radio stations, Reitz I Fringe effects were already being -

Giant Hurricane Dora sent UF said.All felt from Hurricane Dora as
officials scurrying Into frenzied students should listen to their she continued lo boar down on the
preparations late yesterday, radios this morning for further Information Fla. coast last night.

Including the probable evacuationof Reitz said. At 9 p.m. EST, Dora was located
some 2,000 Flavet village resi- The Flavets were also expectedto at latitude 28.8 N, longi-
dents Into Florida Union and the be evacuated by late this morn- tude 77.8 W, or about 190 miles
Ing If the hurricane continued towards east of the Cape. Highest winds
gym.Classes will probably be this area. The latest esti- were In excess of 123 mph. The
suspended after noon today If the mate from the UF radar station '! storm had slowed to about 12 mph

monster storm continued on its put the projected path of Dora and was moving slightly more

present path, according to UF just south of Ocala. northerly. It was expected! to come
Pres. J. Wayne Reltz. Decision Campus residents can expect ashore between the Cape and St.
would be made this morning at hurricane force winds by late Augustine a little after sunrise.
'1r morning through late afternoon Dora Is an abnormally large hur-
If the storm continues Its course, ricane with hurricane force winds

according to reports. of 73 mph or greater spread 150
WRUF Hikes Heading up campus preparations miles to the north and east of
for the hurricane Is Calvin Greene, center and 83 miles to the couth
UF associate
director of UF Plant and Grounds. and west. Gales covered an area
Greene said late yesterday, professor, who worked last night at the UF radar track- of over 500 miles across.At .
Power OutputWRUF "Basically we are keeping watchat officials the "Condition Two"
ing station near the drill field. UF began Cape, a
present. We will not evacuatethe
alert was declared, which Is doneso
temporary dorms or Flavets keeping an eye on the storm early yesterday.Photo when an area Is to be struck

the campus radio station, until we have a more clear indi- ( by Nick Arroyo and Don Decker) by a hurricane within twelve hours.
received special authorizationfrom cation that we are going to be Emergency measures w.rebe-
the Federal Communications seriously affected." Ing taken to secure the sprawling

Commission yesterday and All students in dormitories,fraternity HC Reporting Said missile complex against extremely
Immediately began preparations and sorority houses were high tides and severe winds. The
for Hurricane Dora. called "as safe as they could be storm tide Is expected to peakat
Weather reports are being anywhere" by Harold Riker, bead 10 feet and authorities at the
broadcast every hour direct from of UF housing. Only residentsof 'Good Citizenship'One Cape said the area could only takea
the weather bureau In Jacksonville, Flavets and students in "sub- seven foot above normal tide.

and special reports from the standard" 0 U-c amp u s housing D1oJJ'I' _precautions taken at
( of a series) In Honor Court trial
hurricane center In Miami are needed to worry about evacuating. mer. an jury --
transmitted Immediately as they Philpott said all students are GERRY RICHMAN held on May 23, 1064, four out 'BuUctin
are received. The station Is welcome In the gym and In the Honor Court ChancellorIs of six Jurors stated unequivocably .
maintaining contact with Pete the student who reports, a that they would fairly and Impartially Flavet I and III were
Civil Defense violation an"Informer?" Or,(she serve as Jurors In enforcingthe
Bethel county
director, and Walter Murphy, More Dora merely (1) Accepting a responsibility Honor System, yet they would reported on voluntary
northeast section Civil Defense of good citizenship, and (2) not "turn In"a student themselves. evacuation at 11 p.m.
will broadcast On 3 Protecting his own best InterestsIn It was fine If"someone else woulddo
director, and any Page last night. Flavot II was
rather It" but could
directions Immediately. having an Honor System they not. A
According to Forrest Wood, Union. He said If any were wor- than a Proctor System, and avoid It Is evidently little known that awaiting orders from

chief engineer of WRUF, the FM ried about their present housing ing having his own grade unfairlyand the Honor Code does NOT expecta Housing Director Harold
station has Increased Its power they could go to the gym and the adversely affected? student to "turn In" a clone
from 13.5 kilowatts to 18.5 kilo- Union this morning. The Honor Court has long relied friend, a fraternity brother or Riker.

watts, and the provisions for Civil defense had begun.settlng upon the latter Interpretation.The sorority sister. There, your own Several families( I were

programming all lines. will be Independentof up came.food supplies for the people who has apparently majority of relied the Student upon the Body for (Continued On Page 5)Here's ) reported already moved.the .

Cape were the removal of

tour large rockets, though the fcuge
I I Saturn.1 was left to stand to ride
II DoIf 1
What To out given the their blow.paycheck Worker a there day early were

I and sent home to prepare for the
uirector G.H. Wellborn of Food Service
hurricane should strike the Gainesville open window during the hurricane. onslaught of Dora.
the side of the dorms should be said, "The cafeterias will function as best
students are referred to a on leeway
vicinity, as possible. Actually we aren't very pre All Interests In the path of the
Issued by the Division of opened slightly.
memorandum advised to keep In
"There are no plans for this sort of pared. We have no auxiliary units toprepar. storm were
Housing. that the should be touch with future advisories and
said Director of Off-Campus Housing food In the event power
to report to the thing
Flavet I residents are wind and rain
is small unit In the for damaging
Carl Opp. "I have never had time to lost. There a gas prepare
recreation room of the gym. consider problems of this sort." However, bake shop, but we are storing water and with probable loss of rower.
Flavet II -- from
Dr Wright, director of the Infirmary said, bread and canned goods. Warnings are
Flavet m -- gym. "There has been some talk about housing Police Chief Shuler said that police wouldbe Stewart to Brunswick, Gay on the
"C" and "D" -- Florida
Frame halls Sarasota to Tarpon
off-campus students in the Florida Union stationed in various buildings and that gulf
Union hurricane." any emergencies should be directed to the Springs, and gale warnings
Frame hall "N" Weaver Hall recrea- during a Appalactlcola
advises all pregnant women main station.
Dr. Wright
tion room (Tolbert Area). advisedby and women with children under the age of Alachua County Hospital is prepared with Gales will begin on the east coast
dormitories are
Students living in Increasing winds
Housing Haorld C. Biter to six months to report to the Medical Center auxiliary power, by midnight, wUJll
Director Plant and Grounds director The Medical Center has auxiliary units, during the night reaching hurricane
Into the dorms and stay in them. Students Calvin Greene People
get advises students "to seek protectionfrom extra personnel standing by, emergency velocity before daybreak.
will stay in their separate rooms should probablyand break high winds and rain."Plant and Grounds stocks of food and water and complete plans from Daytona Beach to Veto Beach
in the event that a window were advised
for this la low lying arias
from the men are taping large glass windows. emergency.
advised to stay away .
they are to evacuate lmm


2 The Florida Alligator Wednesday September 9, 1964

I NOP May Be on Death BedHaleFRAN

and sobriety. The because of the increased
SNIDER editor was elected last year,Webb represent the student body of UF. respectability Nap
In the fact that budget, by changing
here lies the
and danger format
Staff Writer said, "We Just plain ran out of Webb said"Dirt and drinking of
is often the magazine it is
maintenance of this image so a NEW
time. We had too many other offices beer doesn't occupy the majority Orange
The New Orange Peel may be to fill. We could have filledIt of students' thoughts and a publication tantamount to some form of censorship Peel instead of an immitatlon of
on its death bed this fall, Dean this summer, but we had a that gives this Idea Is (either direct or indirect) Playboy (which was Huguenin's
which usually results in a loss of format), by orienting the
Lester L. Hale believes. skeleton board with no student representation wrong. magazine
"Unless an editor can be found and felt It would be The proposed revisions of the student Initiative, thus con- around humpr and satire within
who will comply to the Board of better to wait for the fall." Board of Student PubUcations'policies siderably weakening the Peel." the confines of the charter and
Student Publications' standards," William Epperhelmer, Execu- say, "Publications need not Webb disagreed and said, "As by a request to the board for at
said the Dean of Student Affairs, tive Secretary of Student Publi- strive to protect unwarrantedly the long as I'm chairman there won't least one all-humor magazine out
"the NOP won't be published." cations said that "Don Federman image of the University,but should be any censorship of the NOP or of the. four tentalvely set."
John V. Webb, Chairman of the appears to be the only applicant not consciously or unconsciously any student publication." The charter restricts the format
Board of Student Publications, a- for editor, although last year we present a distorted Image." Federman said, "The feeling of to 40% humor, which Is limiting
greed. He said, "I would hope had an "unknown" elected editor The students' fee partially sup- the staff under Stan Huguenin (last in many Instances. When asked
this would be the choice." But (Stan Huguenln was a transfer froma port the NOP and there is feeling year's NOP editor) was that not if the Board of Student Publlca-
he felt he was not qualified to junior college). that the students should be given one consistently good Peel was tions would change the format to go
speak for the nine people who will When asked about Federman, what they want. published. Part of this can be along with a new editor's plans,
have to decide this matter when Dean Hale said, "My understanding When asked about this, Hale attributed to an Inadequate staff, Webb said, "The board could
the Board of Student Publications is that the board has not been said, "What the students want, a rushed deadline, Insufficient change the format anytime it saw
meets. satisfied that Mr. Federman Is providing what they want Is within funds, lack of contributions, the fit." He again emphasized the
The Board of Student Publica- content to publish a magazine that the propriety demanded by the burdensome restrictions put on us difference between humor and dirt
tions usually meets In the springto is fully within the bounds of the University. If they want off-color by the administration (stated and Federman said, "I believe the
select an editor and this policy format authorized. humor only, it shouldn't be per- unstated) ;and, most importantof Peel will walk a tightrope this
is Implicit In the proposed revisions "There were objectionable mitted because it is what they all, student apathy. trimester, but I feel that I can
of the Board of Student things In the New Orange Peel. want." "If elected I would remedy some put out a magazine that will pacify -
Publications policies, which say, The magazine deteriorated duringthe Federman agreed that "The of these problems by actively augmenting the administration and please
"An editor and four section editors year." chief difficulty is that the N.O.P.as my staff through direct the student body. I expect to
will be elevated to a two-trimes- Webb agreed that "some Issues a representative publication of student solicitation, by offering Increased have a sell-out for every Issue."
ter term at least one week priorto had more dirt than was called UF must present an image of_ pay to contributors
the last. day of regularly for. Dirt for dirt's sak isn't
scheduled classes In the winter funny."
trimester for the following year." The administration's stand is
When questioned as to why no that the NOP doesn't accurately

Pool : Trouble Ii',':..'<

'. .,

I With Capital. TJust ili''III'f.r I lvpjr, ';. .

like the song says "... on the premises. :)-q ,
you got Trouble--with a capital Prior to 1963, state law made ",.
'T'--and that rhymes with 'P' and it illegal for persons under 21 :;.:(
that stands for POOL..." Only now Robertson's suit was against the "
it's the pool hall that's in trouble.An city of Gainesville. The city comes ";.i ,
attempt to test the consti- into the matter through an ordi- .'i'"'f. .
tutionality of a 1963 law regulating nance In which it abides by a f i \ '
pool and billiard halls failed number of state laws in Instances t;......:...
in circuit court here Friday. where there is not a specific muni- l\t.. ,
The test suit was filed on July cipal regulation. f!);
22 by C. B. Robertson, a local Circuit Judge John Murphee's .... .
pool operator, to challenge the ruling cited an absence of any f:.
state law governing who can frequent controversy between the city and .

establishments where pool Robertson; no cause of action ;(...
and billiards are played. enabling the court to grant any 'ji",
Robertson operates "Robbie's relief and that Robertson soughtan :.fL" \\f,"; ,
University Club" 1718 West Uni- advisory opinion that the court 'Ir/Ii! .
versity Avw., which is just across could not give. : : (i;t .,
the street from the UF men's Again, like the song says, "We 1 .
dormitories. This club Is quite got to keep the young ones moral ...- .'..' .
popular with university students, after school." j ..

many of whom fall in the under- to frequent a pool hall, but the -.,;\..,:,:, ,
21 age group to which the law new law exempts minors who have .. .'. ,: :
applies. However, he pointed out the written permission of their Why Patronize
that no alcoholic beverages are parents or are married or In the
sold or allowed to be consumed armed forces.

Patronize Gator Advertisers Gator Advertisers ?


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STUDENTS: There are lots of good reasons. They are a special group of people, who

If you're tired of paying advertise i in our Gator because they like doing business with UF students,

they deal in, the goods and services that
high auto insurance, or we specifically want, and they

want to get out of the know this is the best way to get their message across to us. Most of all ,
their, advertising, contributes to the
assigned risk program, Alligator's success, so they are as mucha

see us--we try harder! part of the Alligator. gang as the editor and the staff If we, the stu -

C. Emory Cross dents, are tne backbone of the university newspaper, then he advertisersare
the hfes blood. So do business with them.
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September 9, 1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3

I More News About .Hurricane Dora I



Set For Dora '

The J. Hlllis Miller Health Charleston
Center Is ready and wilting for
hurricane Dora with disaster plans I e. e. official opening of the Student
which can call as mlny as five j Government (SG) Personal
times the regular emergency Service Bureau has been announcedby
room staff to care for storm C student body President, Ken
victims. savannlh Kennedy.The .

David R. Branch, Information Bureau under the supervision -
director of the health center, said s I of Secretary of Labor Bob

the hospital Is prepared for any 8 ..tJ 7 5 w 1 ..wGAI D Loach, was created to coordl-:
disaster victims Dora may bring. I sate and provide Information on the
Plan A'., If needed, would ESVl 30'>J various services for students ona
concentrate the health center's Daytona 8eac personal level.According .

medical staff In the emergencyroom Ll.LE.) to Kennedy, the bureau -
I f .
area, and Injury cases will Tampa has been In the formulatlv
be Immediately channeled to the fi S Cape Kennedy stages for some' months and was
designated place. created as a result of responseon
Branch said a major disaster .l I. 'f' the part of the students to a
means more than 25 or 30 cases questlonalre distributed during the

In the emergency room.The health. West < spring elections.
center Is equipped to handle as "The Bureau will serve a two-

many as 100 Injury cases. palm\jBeaCh BAHAMAS Gator Map By Dave Berkowltz? fold purpose, "DeLoach laid, It
If Dora should hit Gainesville, Ft. !) will help create employment situations -
.. .
the health center Is also equipped for some students and will
with several reserve systems In --- ___ Nassau.. J l provide others with Information
the case of a power failure.If Key West .: -- -.rr- ',) 6 zs. the various services anl1able.tennis .
Dora hits the community,manyof
the teaching staff as well as the

regular medical staff may be called Die CD Ready sell
Into duty to care for emergencycases. Two County we

If the winds of Hurricane Dora living In outlying areas and small
Branch said that the health the towns In the county.All .
hit the Gainesville area today,
center facilities were for Injury In! Crash Alachua County Civil defense won'tbe Alachua County schools will r
cases and were not housing caught napping. be open for residents who need
facilities. Those seeking housing shelter. People coming
facilities should report to other Preparation activities started to these shelters should bring blankets -
killed when
men were Tuesday a
civil defense shelters. food and other necessities
Navy bomber crashed while being yesterday afternoon as temporary ,
evacuated from the path of Hurri- shelter was arranged for persons for their families
Red CrossMobilizes
cane Dora.
The plane, a RA5C Vigilante shoes
attack bomber, crashed Into Lake
Monroe, five miles north of Sanford
Naval Air Station, shortly, after
ATLANTA (UPI) Red Cross takeoff for a flight toOlathe,Kans.
workers yesterday moved Into Officials said the bodies of the '1.
coastal areas threatened by pilot and anothet crewman were A
Hurricane Dora and 300 refuge recovered from the lake and
shelters were set up from West returned to the air station. Wit
Palm Beach, to Brunswick, Ga. nesses saw no parachutes and the
W. D. Dibrell, area disaster two victims were believed to have
services director, said an experienced crabbed with the plane Into the LIST for collegewear
staff of 85 workers was water from a low altitude.
moving Into threatened areas, The twin-jet bomber was one FOR BACK
mostly In Florida. These workers, of 30 being evacuated from the
drawn from other areas, are In path of the threatening storm. Styles by
'addition to local chapters.
"Because of Its size and the
threat of heavy flooding In some J.W. Fulbright TO CAMPUSLARGEST Converseand

areas, Dora may create a
particularly big family assistanceJob Chides
In the wake of the storm,

Dibrell said. WASHINGTON (UPI) -Sen.J. U.S. KedsWe
"We will be ready to help needy William Fulbright, In a Sen EATON'S AND CRANE'S STATIONERY
victims, at no cost to them, In ate speech attacking the Republican also feature
restoration of their homes to presidential candidate, famous name brand
livable condition and help also In said Tuesday that "Goldwater UNUSUAL GIFTS
medical care of the Injured, Republicanism Is the closest
temporary lodging and other needs thing In American politics to Gym Clothes
growing out of the storm which an equivalent of Russian Stal COMPLETE ART DEPARTMENT
these people can't meet by them- inism."

selves." district Fulbright, chairman of the. SCHOOL LAMPS, DESKS; WASTE BASKETS k
Dibrell said that Senate Foreign Relations Com-
headquarters also Is being set up mittee, said there was little I
In Mobile, Ala., on the chance chance that the nation could PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS < ,!:
Dora may cut across Florida H .
that "disaster" under Sen.Barry
.' .. ..
and strike the Gulf Coast. M. Goldwater's foreign ;
: ,
affairs proposals SCHOOL SUPPLIES : :/' ;'1... .,

Checks OutNEW Deadline I

ers, the black and white cocker
spaniel of former Vice President UF HomecomlngSweetheart Q8TQBSUCH
RichardM.Nlzonwbichbe contest deadline has been extended
came the most prominent political from 5 p.m. today to 5 p.a. CHESNUTOFFICE
pup since President tomorrow. This was necessitated
Is dead.. Entries should be .
RocMrelt's Fala, by sorority rash.
Checker died Sunday under tamed into the Florida Blue Ky EQUIPMENT COMPANY

a veterinarian's car, It was office, room 314. Florida Union 1106 W. Univ. Ave. Phone FR 2-8421 Jill w.UNIVERSITY AVEMUK
disclosed Tuesday. Ha was 12 No date has been assigned for on TMK"OOLD co.lrWednesday

years old. U* crowning of the. Sweetheart.


4 The Florida Alligator Wednesday, September 9, 1964 """"-.;
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Editorials I :


An Ivy-clogged TraditionThe .


Honor System, an tvy-clogged UF tradition, has inspiredmore
jokes around campus than even ole Albert, our noble mascot.
"The best thing about this school is the free apples' and .
"The Honor System; That's where the teachers have the honor
and the students have the system." saw
Most of us have heard jokes similar to those about the Honor
System and laughed the knowing laugh with everyone else. But f
perhaps it is time to stop laughing. Perhaps it's time to either
begin to use the Honor System or do away with It entirely. h
A series of stories began yesterday in The Alligator by the
court's chancellor, Gerry Rlchman. We shall be reading them with
considerable Interest and hope our readers will do likewise.
Mr. Richmond asks for comments from the student body and we
hope he will get them.
Frankly, we are tired of having people laugh the Honor System.
U the UF student Is not worthy of being trusted, as many freely
admit, then let us abolish the silly system that says he Is.
And if he can be trusted, then let the administration act
accordingly. Take away the ladies who "frisk" the student as he
leaves the library each time to see U he is hiding the Encyclopedia FROM THE THIRD FLOOR
Americana In his notebook. Take down the cafeteria signs that
plead with students not to steal silverware and trays. Make it A Statement Of PurposeDON
possible to cash checks on campus without being treated like a

foreign agent.In .
short, treat the Honor System with honor. DAVIS than majority, party after the fall elections.But .
We ask our readers to follow Mr. Richman's series and judge Columnist Majority Leader Thompson doesn't agree.
for themselves. A step in one direction or the other Is needed. (EDITOR'S NOTE. Don Davis, 4 JM, replaced "Although it is too early to assess the
Following the termination of the Richman series The Alligator Steve Freedman as Legislative Council Majority situation," he said, "It has been tradition in
will state its own judgement editorially on the worth of maintaining, Leader last fall and served in that capacity the past for the party in the presidency to win
bolstering, or discontinuing the Honor System.Congratulations throughout the remainder of the Paul Hendrick the fall election. But on the other hand, I can't
Administration. He has vast experience in the see the backing of the present SG administrationas
CampusWe area of student government and legislative council sufficient in Itself. the backing of the SG
work, and will be employing these talents duringthe president has a good effect, but not enough to
would like to take this opportunity to offer our long-overdue trimester in his "From The Third Floor.") elect a candidate." s
congratulations to the UF community for the highly successfuland Maybe Thompson doesn't want to become
tranquil manner in which intergration has been affected at Regardless of the many charges about the minority leader, but the chances are that VOTE
UF.The "Mlet)"' Mouse" activities of Student Government, will run one of the hardest fall legislative
campuses of some other southern universities and colleges the general apathy of the majority of students council campaigns seen in a good while.
have been racked by racial strife in recent years, causing untold toward Its functions, and the sometime shady
damage to the-plan of educational objectives of these institutions.We dealings that accompany association with that APODOSIS
at UF, should be very thankful for the peaceful manner in institution, we feel that there is a real need
which the over whelming majority of our students have acceptedthe for student government.With Flunk Out RightRICK
inevitable. the preceding paragraph we begin whatis
Congratulations again, campus, on a job well done, the first hoped to be a long and enjoyable tenure as
time. "gadfly" and observer of the actions of student

i *1* :::: :]: : :1 i11111111 1i11 11 11 1i i1111 1111111f.111il11111;; ; 1 111 1111111 111111;;; ::1:::1:1::::1:1:1:1:::!; !1 1 m1; politics is our and most government.serious Intent Let to it "play be known god"thatit by is not that I dislike ColumnistIt freshmen, all freshmen,

TQDAY'S QUOTE objectively criticizing any unnecessary or very Intensely. It is just that I find them
Improper action of what many people refer to as fascinating. I do resent them, slightly, for purely
the "stepping stone" of Florida Politics. selfish reasons. But then also pity them,slightly.
"A few thousand will think of this day as one thinks of a day The student political scene lies dominant at Therefore, it is with dubious sincerity that I say
When one did something slightly unusual." the present time with most of its participants unto all you Neophytes in Higher Education,
W. H. Auden exhausted after week-long trial of "providing welcome to UF.

leadership" for orientation. I am told that freshman classes are getting
However, a conversation with Student Govern- smarter, and that it is getting harder to get into
The FloridaALLIGATOR ment Legislative Council's new majority leader, UF. However, there are two undisputable facts of
Richard Thompson of VOTE party, did turn up a life about this "noble little college." First, It
few Interesting tidbits, is very easy to do poorly. And second, while it
There may well be friction over the adoptionof might be easy not to do well, It is extremely
Served by United Press International the Student Government budget. Budget and difficult to flunk out so completely that you can't
I Finance committee of the legislative council get back in. As a matter of fact, to "bust out"

Editor .......................................Walker Lundy usually reports a budget out to the council that badly, you'd have to plan it right from the
I Managing Editor .......... .................... .Joel Gaston detailing distribution of student funds to various start of your college career.
I Executive Editor ...... .. .......... ..... .. .. ....Ron Spencer campus organiz?tions. Generally the budget Is My advise to anyone who Intends to head in
I Assistant Managing Editor ...... ......... .......Benny Cason adopted after minor haggling.This that direction is that you become fully Informedon
Assistant Managing Editor ...................Dave Berkowitz time there's a hitch. The budget to be intricate bits of university nonsense like the
Editorial Page Editor ... ......................Jim Hammock considered by the council,. probably at the next "48 hour, five trimester and 2.0 Rule" as soon
I Sports Editor .i.. ....... .....Glenn Laney meeting, should have been approved at the closeof as possible. (For further Information speak to a

City Editor ..................... ........ .......skip Havtserf last trimester.This University College counselor, and then one froman
f Campus Living Editor ................... ..Jackie Cornelius past summer trimester, Fred.Lane, SG upper division college, for contradictory
treasurer and top SG office holder in VOTE
information.) Remember, everyone who drops
Editorial Assistants .. Steve Vaughn, Tova Levine,Jim Castello, party, met with a cold refusal when he asked out or flunks out makes the campus less crowdedfor
Ann Carter Don Federman the council to act on the budget which he submitted about
to the the rest of us. So if you ever think
Budget and Finance committee.
dropping out, consider its altruism.
Ed Barber Hall Beat. Chief Patti Pltz The committee went to work and
Reporters (Tlgert pared down Flunking out of UF could prepare you for a
(Student Government Beat Chief), Frank Shepherd, Eunice Tall, appropriations to certain organizations, then the life in "dynamic failure." This concept applies
Cynthia Tunstall, Sue Haugsted Agnes Fowles, Bob Deloach, Council decided that attendance of 16 members to people the way "Planned Obsolesscence" does
Fran Snider, George Mlms, Ernie Litz, Sheldon Clment, Gerald out of some 70 membership was Inadequate to to cars. When failing, fail big.
Jones, Bill Sadowski, Donal Decker, Joan Gaston, Dan Mowbray, grant final approval. You building
can prepare for bad times
Judy Knight, Ami Saperstein, Edwin Brownrigg, Evan Langbein, Lane argued. But the Council also dominatedConsequently them yourself Start with behind in every
Joe Waldorf, Steve Keating, Yvett Cardozo, Greg Seltz* John and led by members of VOTE party, refused to course or two.
heed deliberately. Then flunk a prog
Medleln, John McDonough, Holly Howard, David Kennedy, Chris Big Fred. Get into Snitch two
a fight with instructor.
Hundley, Thelraa Mossman, Harold Aldrich, Ricky Rych Rychaert, VOTE party with a 40-30 majority Alligators coming
Instead of the have
Hall Cain, Pam Brown, Jeffrey Denkewaiter, Vincent Schaefer, membership now faces the objectionable task of to one you Blame
MariJLB rlansteln, William Doe, Richard Ryckaert, Dick Dennis, trying to approve a budget that will be economical you. Think thoughts in self-deprecation.
Lee Alexander Marjorie Guen, Jim Claxton, Jo)feNltt. and yet not disappoint some organizations a mere the trimester. Think about all the places yQu'drather
three weeks or so, before fall elections. be than UF.
A defeat of 6U President Ken Then slowly, with every move planned,you may
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaperof Cater part In the faU elections Kennedy's get a notice that you can't register without the
the University of Florida and is published five times weekly light of precedent which has Is sUm In the permission of an upper division counselor.
except during May, June and July when It is published semieekly those elections to the party in always conceded Eventually you will have to petition for
Only editorials represent the official opinion of The POwer. But VOTE back
party wants to win In the readmisslon. Eventually, they won't let you
Alligator. Columns represent only the opinions of their authors. sprin presidential race this in.

The Alligator is entered as second class matter at the United The more realistic view among student If you wish, it can take you years to graduate.
States Post Office at Gainesville. Is that VOTE politicos But 15an
party will be the minority, rather to really flunk out, now there
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Wednesday, September 9, 1964 The Florida Alligator Page 5 _

If I[, Honor Court I Action PostponedIn I fttl'Jt'lJ

(Continued From Page 1)) cheating.
Consider further, that as much
personal Influence and admonish- -- If not more -- cheating occurs
ment is relied upon to deter the outside the classroom, beyond the Sun LibelSKIP

student from committing a further eyes of the best proctor,as occurs
violation. If the student is thus within It. Under an Ineffective

deterred, the Honor System has honor system, possibly more HAVISER additional $500,000 in punitive
served Its purpose. The Code thus 'tating will occur within the City Editor damages.The .

recognizes this reluctance to Inform classroom, and thus be more Alachua County Supervisor of editorial, under the headline
and admits that to be prac- noticeable. A proctor system, Registration Mrs. Alma Betheais "Let's Air the linen," cited
civic responsibility can evidently will alleged Irregularities in the March
tical, go only serve to changethe still in the ring, at least
only so far, If support means Informing manner of cheating.On 17 municipal election and called
after the first round
on a close friend. Where, the other hand, cheating is for a grand jury probe Into the,
of her $1 million libel suit againstthe
such Influence falls the SUBSTANTIALLY matter.A .
however, REDUCED at publishers of the Gainesville
student must be expected to resortto universities and colleges that have Dally Sun.
the facilities of the Honor Courtto effective honor systems. grand jury subsequently reviewed -

protect himself and the student However, even an ineffective Last Friday Circuit Court Judge an Investigation by State
body from the dishonorable actionsof honor system offers practical John A. Murphree postponed ruling Attorney T. E. Duncan and
his supposed "friend." advantages over the average on three motions to dismiss the returned a report listing a number

Assuming that most studentsby proctor system. To name but a suit filed by Sun attorney, Wayne of alleged irregularities In voter
few registration, but did not charge
now know the difference between : Carlisle. The judge took the
1. A comparatively relaxed any criminal action or deliberate I
right and wrong, it appears that motions under advisement and
the motivation to act Is lacking atmosphere; the freedom to takea stated he would give his ruling on wrongdoing. A report by Mrs. /fIII'
where the theft Is "minor" or the "smoke" break, etc., for those the motions in a few days.A Bethea, due back to Duncan by
who want it. Sept. 1, as Instructed by the grand !
offense Is cheating I
1 believe that the reluctanceto 2. Freedom from arbitrary precedent set by an Alabama jury, has not yet been returned.The .

act Is a combination of two disciplinary action for alleged libel case, the Sullivan Case, 1.

beliefs: (1) Informing Is sneaky. cheating. Under our present Honor which, by a fairly recent supreme alleged irregularities were
((2) Someone who takes an answeror System, this Includes the court ruling, leaves public officials the basis of election contest suits

two, or heists an apple or a guaranteed right of a full Jury pretty much open for public filed by defeated City MEN'S SLACKS!
newspaper should not be heavily trial, provided by no other honoror criticism was Interjected into the Commissioner Dr. Edwin H.
penalized, and should not have his proctor system In the country. proceedings. The Judge stated he Andrews and State Attorney DACRON AND
permanent record marred for so 3. Better utilization of time wanted to study the complete General James Kyiws. In both COTTON TWILL

minor a violation. The answer, for faculty members; no waste of supreme court ruling on the suits the court held the evidencewas

then, is twofold: (1) Eliminate the funds for proctors who can't earn Sullivan Case and other authorities not sufficient to void the ..ut
"sneaky" aspect and (2) Changethe their keep unless there are far before giving a decision on the election results. 2I.42 498

method of penalization for more of them than a universitycan motion for dismissal.
afford to hire. Mrs. Bethea in her cult contendsthe and
"minor" violations.The If the judge rules against the Dacron polyester
Sun editorial "falsely and
4. Substantial reduction of
Code, however apparently Sun's motion the case will proceed combed cotton tlocki
d her
cheating OUTSIDE the classroom. defamatorlly" Imp un g.
fruitless In
many cases,
the courts.
5. An opportunity to EDUCATE capacity to serve the people' of are automatic wash
commands mediate action where
If the Judge rules in favor of
students to the principles of the city and county li a positionof need little
the offender is not quite so close. the Sun's motion for dismissalthe wear, or no
honesty and civic responsibility trust, and charged her with
Joe College has rebelled at this
suit is finished at this point. Ironing. Prtcuffed.
-- particularly the freshman who dishonest conduct, misconduct and
aspect of the Code; support for the
However the ruling be
system is passive "I won't has not had a full opportunity to appealed to the First District Court fraudulent practices as a public Sturdy flnellnc twill.STUDENTS .
learn and exercise self-discipline official, and with negligence and
than "I
cheat. ) rather active ( of Appeals in Tallahassee by Mrs.
before attending the university. carelessness in the carrying out
have a duty to report violators. ). Bethea's attorney.Mrs. I
Cheating continues. On a brief 6. Most Importantly: A chanceto of her official duties.
Bethea contends a March
personal visit to a language lab, rehabilitate the "borderline"case 22 editorial in the Sun permanently Use your Hometown
-- the first offender who She also charged that the
I personally witnessed five out of injured her reputation as a public PENNEY'SCharge
panics under Little editorial subjected her In
fifteen students cheating. I am official.
told this Is not unusual. rehabilitation or education results her capacity as a public official Card

Does this mean that we should from a proctor system where a The suit asks for $500,000) in "to public hatred, contempt,
revert to a proctor system? I minor first offender is suspendedor compensatory damages and an ridicule and distrust." I

think not. The educative value of expelled. The honor system
an Honor System properly accepts this "second chance"
utilized far outweighs the aspect as a duty and responsibility

theoretical "greater efficiency"of to the individual members of the 'Not just good, hut one of the tin cst'

a proctor system. In fact, one student body.
school that has gone from an Despite these benefits,however,
Honor to we are still not getting the most
System a proctor system,
found that cheating Increased under from our Honor System because DRESSES SUITS
the proctor system. It Is evidentlya of the passiveness of support.
bit of that Possibly the answer lies In a
more a "game! way;
they're outsmarting the faculty modification of the present systemto Sue Brett Glenhaven"
instead of merely their fellow reduce the "Informant" stigma
students and themselves.But that accompanies enforcement. I Stacy Ames Marie Phillips

let us briefly compare the Certainly one problem is that Kay Windsor

merits of an Honor System versus students do not view cheating as Alix of Miami
those of The being sufficiently bad to warrant
a proctor system.
proponents of a proctor system "informing." ? COORDINATESSPORTSWEAR
point to the ineffectiveness of honor Yet many of those who would Tr /J\
systems at large universities., not "inform" on a cheater, would
the same Ineffectiveness prevails certainly "Inform" on the theft Sacony

under even the better proctor of another's car, bicycle, books, Lady Manhattan
systems. For example, as shownIn or wallet. Again, these same Petti
recent surveys at Purdue students would look the other way t '

University --- under a Proctor when an "Honor System apple," 4 t CosCob
system --- 80% admitted seeing a 10? newspaper, or a librafy bookIs .' Evan Picone LINGERIE

cheating, 41% admitted cheating; stolen. The difference is not Norman Davidson
at Ohio State under one of kind, but of degree. Yet
University --- Rogers
a Proctor system88%admitted the actions of the "informant"are Koret of CaliforniaRAINWEAR Shadowline

seeing cheating, 48% admitted different in kind.We .




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1- l-G.ATOR CLASSIFIEDS I II I Dean Blasts Hale'Popeye'Welcomes ConceptsSome Frosh, I

3,000 new freshmen at 'no' and still be able to live with

the UF gym Monday night received you and to have any sort of har-

I Real J I For Sale f I AutosA I official welcome from Dean LesterL. mony at home," he said.
t Hale, dean of Student Affairs, "But mark my words. They have
and a blast at "Popeye" conceptsthat expected more of you than high
4 BEDROOM, 2 LUXURY Economy Car. people "yam what they yam." school Beatle fads. They have
living, dining and 1963 HONDA, Model-50 Motorbike, CORVAIR MONZA, almost like The students, in the midst of tolerated painfully your outburstsand
Near University Call 2-8325. (A-l-3t-c). new; 26,000 miles. 25 ml/gal.,AT, orientation events In preparation protests, and blase teenage

Center. $21,500. R. &H.,bucket seats,red-carpeted for classes, heard Dean Hale say: sophistication, because they have
Call 372 Interior. $1250. FR 6-2643. (after 'I yam what I yam and that's known the potential hidden within

(L-l-3t-c). 'I. For RentEIGHT I 5:00). (G-2-lt-c). all I yam' Is an expression of you."They
confidence and ego satisfaction have known that some day

j f For I 1954 2-DOOR CHEVROLET In good supported by today's psy- your physical development
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1957 PONTIAC Station 2-
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door blue and white.Good condition
creativeness and Inventiveness of
misc. household their being what they are and having
404 N.W. 17th with very clean Interior. $450. what they want when they want it." your Industry and the vitality and
MOBILE HOME See Jim Fine after 5:30 at 18081/2
(A-2-It-c). Space. Progress "The truth as I see it, Is that freshness of your approachto
Mobile Home Park. 6 miles North N.W. 1st Ave. (G-2-3t-p). this may be a far cry from whatwe life," Hale said.
1962 ZUNDAPP, U.s. 441. Phone 462-1660. Charles
can become and what is expected -
excellent condition. Norris, Manager. (B-l-9t-c). 1963 FORD GALAXY 500 fastback, : of us," he said. "You are the cream of the

3237, Mlcanopy. ( ) hard top, four speed transmission, Hale said that parents and crop, the exceptional/ capable
fire engine red. Priced for quick students have been confused by youth of our state. Youth work-
STEREO Portable I Help WantedPOSITIONS I sale. See at 718 North Maln.Call Popeye psychologists and permissive shop leaders Girls' and Boys'
new, twin speakers. 376-1241. (G-l-3t-c). educators who would let go State participants, Science Fair

Call Mr. Mason at the reins -giving the colt his winners, Key Club boys, Keyettesand

or 2-5940 after 6 GARDEN'I open in Gainesville 1962 COMET with radio and heater head and letting him run. Demolays. You name the honor

GAGLIANO G u I Boys Club In Wood Shop, Crafts, for sale by owner. $1200. See at "They too have yielded too manyof and there Is a winner In this fresh
flat-top, $60. physical, Games Room, 247T Flavet III after 5XG-l-5t-c). your demands and let you do man class," he said.
Registration. Afternoons what you wanted t because you "Is it any wonder we can and
4-string,' $75.
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Call after 6
North Main Street. Call 376-2511. ..
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RCA total sound painting and cleaning In return for 1961 VOLKSWAGEN, with sun root. -- - - -

orthophonic walnut rent free apartment. Apply by $995. Phone Ext. 2827 or 376-7914. Women PermittedCASTLE Peaceful Mixing
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584-3230. (E-l-3t-c). Convertible, power brakes and Tuesday that women will be School integration came
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IN STUDENTS Wanted both male and _Call 485-2365.,(G-l-5t-c). menical Council sessions this Tuesday to this former capitol -
?dO H..14.,..R..J' female to work In serving lines. autumn for the first time In of the Confederacy and other

NOWI 2 Apply Long's Cafeteria, 313 W. 20 centuries of Roman Catholic areas of the Deep South.
Open 6:45 University Avenue. (E-l-3t-c). I r ServicesIRONING "I history. Eight Negroes enrolled at two

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MARVIN CUE STICK BILLIARDS ATHENS, Ga. (UPI) Two Robert E. Lee, and an elemen-
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Ku Klux Klansmen were free tary school. Police were out In
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force but there were no
Food Fair Shopping
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HALEY Center Savings Information for married connection with the shotgun

MILLS Gators &. Girls couples. No obligation. Phone 376- slaying of a prominent Negro
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appointment. No phone interviews.
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September 9, 1964 The Florida Alligator Pone 7

I New Morality'- Evident on U.S. CampusesEditor's I

Note: This Is the
( Collegiate drinking is residences. Although not a problemat forbidden to visit men's is no easy answer to the problemof
lecond In a two-part series on considered one facet of the problem the UF, rules on visiting men'sdormitory off-campus apartments under a university regulations and
Loroen's regulations, comparing by many sociologists. Regulations student conduct.In .
Ether colleges to the UF.) rooms have become a university regulation that was not
concerning alcoholic beverages subject of controversy at many strictly enforced. an article last spring, Newsweek -
SUE HAUGSTEDStaff vary greatly on campuses Indifferent schools, especially the "Any Institution has the right to General Editor Mel Elfin
Writer parts of the country. "non-coed" schools of the East. decide its own rules," said Dean stated that the university does have
Some schools, like Vassar, Under the new UF regulations Brady. a role In molding student "moral
When Vassar president Sarah permit students to have liquoron effective Sept. I, 1964, students She cited Stetson University as and intellectual values," although
f landing last year gave her head- campus, while others, like Rice living off-campus may not receive an example of how colleges vary strict conduct rules and
line making speech denouncing and Northwestern, forbid liquoron visitors of the opposite sex unless In their rules, even within a state. regulations may be difficult to
premarital sexual Indulgence, she university property, but haveno such visits are permitted by the Stetson does not allow married enforce.
brought to light what sociologiststerm rules concerning a student's landlord and are made "undercircumstances students to enroll, and If a studentIs "In defining its rules,the college
today's "morals revolution private alcoholic consumption.The which raise no married while attending Stetson, should not and probably cannot,
on the U.s. campus." UF does not permit liquoron questions as to propriety." he or she is asked to withdraw deprive students of the right to
One sign of today's changing university property but expects Until this year, UF coeds were Dean Brady believes that there test, experiment, and even rebel."
standards can be found In a gradual students to conform to federal
weakening of the traditional and state laws concerning the use J

barriers regulations of curfew on'and campuses conduct of alcoholic university's beverages.An .regulations Vacancies Remain On Pub. Board I

throughout the country.The concerning liquor depend in parton
lifting of curfews for womenat its location, since liquor laws PATTI PITZ ler was dented her position and of "Coedlkette," a fee-supported
the University of California vary within the states. The Staff Writer was declared ineligible. The con- publication sponsored by Womans .
last spring Is a recent exampleof University of Wisconsin In Two vacant seats on the Board troversy over seating Miss Keller Student Association. :-
a college changing Its rules Madison, for example, Is locatedIn of Student Publications will be rage most of the spring, as the Askins stepped down from the
along with today's"new morality." a state where the legal age filled In the very near future, according Board refused to reverse Its previous Board in April when he was named
"College regulations have for beer consumption Is 18. to Student Body Pres. decision and Kennedy refusedto editor of the summer Alligator,
always been a complicated Sometimes a school's liquor Ken Kennedy. nominate another candidate. leaving the second position vacant
problem," said UF Dean of Women regulations will differ accordingto Kennedy reportedly will Miss Keller was denied her Kennedy expects to nominate Bob
Marna V. Brady. the sex of the student. Tufts announce the two new members at position because the Board felt Wilson for one of the vacant student
"There is a great deal of turmoil College, for example, does not the first board meeting,tentatively she did not quality with the requirements positions, but is yet undecided
concerning this. It all goes backto allow women to possess liquor scheduled for Friday. The two adopted by the Board who will be appointed to the other
the uniqueness of the situationand In their rooms, but states that student positions have been vacant January 10, immediately prior to seat.During
the position of the university. "men, however, may and do." for more than four months. Cur- the spring election. Those qualifications the summer the Board
There Is no black and white to Another problem In universities rently Ron Spencer is the only stated that a student consisted of only tour members,
the situation." concerns women visiting men's student member seated on the Board member must have a 2.3 Delmas D. Ray, professor of
Board. average, two trimesters of certified accounting; Mrs. Betty Taylor,law
Board members are generally experience on a fee-supported librarian; John V. Webb, assistant
elected In the regular spring elections publication or classification as a professor of journalism; and William -
All the featuresof ,
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Wayne Reitz before gaining their Journalism and Communications Secretary of Student Publications.
$9 seats. pursuing a journalism major. Kennedy made no nominations
Spenser, John Askins and Bar- Miss Keller at the time claimedshe for student board members this
sneakers. bara Keller received the highest should be seated regardless summer because he felt there
number of votes in the spring elec of the new qualifications becauseshe might be some question as to the
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Page 8 The Florida Alligator Wednesday, September 9, 1964 -

/ r q Shines
1 N Miss. State

J GLENN with LANEY On SEe Horizon

Sports Editor DAVE BERKOWITZ halftime lead disappearthe score LSU, a tie with Mississippi and a

Assistant Managing Editor was even more disappointing to the 20-19 loss to Alabama.It .

whirlpool bath? Bulldog players who saw an upset Is doubtful that the powers-
Have ever seen a ping pong ball In a
As you of already know Florida doesn't have a football "We didn't come here to tie." missed by a wide field goal attempt that-be will again underrate State
many you
schedule It has a reject from an old Alfred Hitchcock film It was Coach Paul Davis faced a group in the fourth quarter. this year. Even with the element

considered; too gruesome to produce, but this year coach Ray Graves of unhappy Mississippi State State's comeback against of surprise gone In 1964,State is

thought he would go Into the horror show business for himself.Don't football players after their 9-9 Florida was a portent of thingsto expected to duplicate last season'ssix
tie with Florida In 1963. come for Bulldog opponents. win effort which saw the
get me wrong.
The UF has a fine football team. In fact It Is better than last year's As disappointing as the score Davis' fired-up charges went onto Maroons finished 6-2-2 with a

squad which finished with a 6-3-1 record. It has better talent, more was to the Gators who saw a 9-0 score upsets over Auburn andg 16-12 win over North Carolina

experience, more depth, and as much, If not more, esplrit de corps State In the Liberty Bowl.
Even with the loss of Ode
than last squad.
years Burrell called the best halfbackIn
Why then were we rated sixth In the nation by some last year while ,
this year no one mentions Florida In the top twenty.It : RMIrTw1 the conference last year, the
all revolves around the schedule. Florida has a team In about g Bulldogs could be a championship

the 91 percentile ranking In the nation. But it Just so happens all the contender.

teams we play(or so It seems) are setting the curve. Davis welcomes back several

,_ Many times this year It will feel as If Florida is the ping pong ball I1ip experienced players Including
t Hoyle Granger at fullback, who at
in the toughest scheduleIn
In the whirlpool bath as they get swirled up
218 better outside than
pounds runs
the Southeast Conference (SEC).
he does Inside, and Justin Canale,
What do we have going for us?
f We have a big strong experienced line. We have a lot of good a 222-pound guard who In 1963
J In GATORSP: scored 37 points with the end of
halfbacks and fullbacks. And we have one of the best quarterbacks Z
: his toe. Canale's kicking produceda
the league in senior Tommy Shannon. ;
Surprised? You shouldn't be. Shannon is far from spectatular. But tie or victory in five of State's

he gets the job done. A lot of people are singing the praises of young
Steve Spurrier. They should. he has the potential to be a great one. _
fact Davis Is looking to Don Edwardsto
Saturday, one
But If you went to the practice scrimmage
would have stuck In your mind. Spurrier was playing a great deal. S)Jj fill the quarterbacking role left
Shannon open by the graduation of Sonny
More than Shannon. But when the offense bogged down It was

who came In for a couple of plays to get It rolling again. Fisher. Behind Edwards are Ashby
Shannon has It. Cook and Jim Carroll. Except for
Why Shannon Instead of Spurrier? Experience.
Spurrier doesn't. Tommy has been at the helm of the Gators for the quarterback, the backfield has

last year and a halt now and has compiled a 12-5-1 record. Add all lyl plenty of talent and experience.
State's first string Is the equalof
this on top of several passing records and total offense
in the conference and the
holds and you come up with a real good little quarterback.With any
second unit Is not far behind. The
so glum about
all this talent sitting around why Is everybody
look at some of our Bulldog attack will be more
this seasons prospects? Let's take a quick
versatile in 1964.
opponents.SMU. .
a rough Southwest Conference foe. They were hurt when Last year most teams keyed

John Roderick was declared ineligible. Their no. 1 quarterback, THE FLORIDA theater expresses their hopes of what their defense on State's major

Mac White was Injured. lie Is out for the season. But they still have threat In Ode Burrell.
will do of their running
Don Trull In total the Gators to some rougher opponents
to Baylor's
Danny Thomas who was second only Burrell absorbed Injuries that hurt

offense last year. him and the State offense. With

They are a quick, hard hitting team. With Florida's overall Linksters Eye Winning Season Granger, Canale and speedsters
experience and weight edge, plus the home field advantage the Gators Marcus Rhoden and Billy Moore

should win their home opener. If Thomas gets hot It could be a tie Head Golf coach at the Uni- with the varsity at 8:30: In the same (both run 100 in 9.5 seconds), the

no worse. versity of Florida, Buster Bishop, room. opposition will have to keep loose.
Next comes Mississippi State and LSU away. Both teams are as
Is looking
forward to another
strong, If not stronger than last year. Going strictly by personnelthe
outstanding season.
Gators should lose both games.
Then we come home to face Ole Miss. Johnny Vaught has another The UF, which has turned out
fine professional golfers In
powerhouse. Enough said.
Then comes a breather In big, but slow South Carolina. The Gators the past Is In the market for FREEREGISTER
linkmen who have the desire and
should win Homecoming.
the ability to play varsity sportson
That takes care of the first half of the season.
based exclusively on the college level.
You must remember these forecasts are
On September 14 at 7:00 p.m.
personnel and not personal prejudice. The Gators were the last
will meet with all interested
team to beat LSU at home. I would love to see that happen again. Bishop
But It Is rough enough doing it once let alone twice In a row. freshmen in room 224 of Florida AT SEARS TO WIN THIS
Time for Intermission.
Tomorrow we take a look at the second half of"The Horror On Immediately following this
Avenue." meeting coach Bishop will meet
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