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Title: The Florida alligator
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Orange and blue daily bulletin
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Vol. 57, No. 3 University of FloridaGainesville Thursday, Sept. 10, "1964 t\

1 'THE DEEP SOUTH'S FINEST COllEGE DAILY"Fickle IIIIMIMMIH iii a



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Plows Savannah Flavets EmptiedAs

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Florida Coast ---r4ck ..01,50 .\ Storm Turns

ADolo to onvilte !

An. Finicky; fickle Hurricane most due west towards the coast,
Moves InlandJACKSONVILLE Daytona Dora--acting every bit like a woman according to reports.

@Sh ..sputtered Inland last night, University officials did lOt become -
-- Coastal 9C .' '. playing hide .and -CO -INk with ann of the change direction
Northeast Florida( was a tangle ompo weathermen everywhere until after the 11 p.m.

of downed trees, electric wires Gainesville and IT one moment sor). Tie campus police ad"I I
and flying boards and shingles as were In dancer of being slammed they had not received any
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deadly Hurricane Dora plowed relentlessly West Palm BeocAF '" with hurricane: -force winds and of a change in the storm until ;

onward, leaving In the but mom'Dt.r.. figured to after tI-."-. t
ber path scenes of wreckage and Mr G be home tree with only considerable _
destruction. MlomBAHAMAS/ rain.
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Clawing her way ashore with It aU depended on who your Classes?? ??? ?
wind gusts estimated as high as NOou -...thumuas..
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92 m.pji., the monstrous storm Key w.ur .. f\, I The 11 p.m. advisory placed IT PrtJ. J. Wayne Rut \i

churned seas around Jacksonville WHICH WAY WAS DORA HEADED? Dora'f center about ten miles said a decision would not be
Into waves and tides termed"phe northeast of St. Augustine, but made until 8 a.rn on the
nomenal" by weather forecasters. THIS WAS THE PICTURE AT 11 P.M.D1yid'. parts of the gigantic eye of lie possible cancellation of classes .

She ripped Into the Jacksonville storm had already began the more today. Students were advised
Beach area, pulling fronts from Inland, according to reports. to listen to their radios
waterfront businesses and taverns Winds of 73 miles per hour were again this morning for a fins
like oranges Wednesday, sending clocked In Palatka, less than 50 decision.
waves crashing over seawalls and miles from Gainesville. Gusts of

Into streets and tipping mooring; By UF Radar 50 m.pjt. were registered hereby l'" Pru. J. Wayne Rests told
lines from the destroyer USS 11 p.m. The barometer In Tbe Alligator from his home

Turner. Dy STAN KVLP Pabtka was 28.is and falling shortly after 11 p.m. that based
In addition, waves as high 25 Staff Writer rapidly. on information be bad receivedso
feet pounded at the Jacksonville The storm had been pointed towards far he still did not consider
Hurricane Dora Is being "eyed" by IT. It's a blue-green eye
Beach fishing pier, ripping awaya a rendezvous with the coastline Dora a real threat to the campus.
and has a sweep hand that goes round and round.
10-foot section of the pier and of South Georgia
reports Shortly after that, Reltz went
Contrary to popular opinion, the radar tower behind the ROTC 't'1
a 15-foot section of the Atlantic said at 8 Dy 9 the
p.m. p.m., to the university radar tracking
building Isn't mere ornament It houses IT'* own, genuine, i
Beach pier near bere. radar station.. eye changed shape and Dora began station where he notified Harold

St. Augustine, the nation's oldest M. H. Latour, associate professor of electrical engineering, drifting southwest towards Riktr, IT housing director, and y
city, was also mauled by the runs the station. He originally brought the Mt here In 19-17 from St. Augustine. Calvin Greene, bead of Plant and f
At first, radar experts thought Grounds
of the storm's
giant stoma, with water running an Air Force base In Leesburg, where It was part of the ground change
the turn the
was only beginningof
three feet deep In the streets. control operation.The a stall. Tbe hurricane was Stukftts listened latently to their ).

radar matt was originally set up at Gainesville Airport, moving at lass than S m.pjj. alBullet" radios through most of yesterday
(Continued on Page 2)) than aa air bs, Latour said. In 1951, tt was moved to Its present awaiting aotice l of class cancellation : ,!

location la back of the military building. -- which never cam. i
Bulletin If. aa old unit, said Latour, having been built In early World Green said all necessary prtcaaUoM l
War II. Unlike modern, more compact radars, Uw equipment wire taken aDd emergency f
JACKSONVILLE BEACH.Tea lakes up almost half a medium sized room. Tbe Tacoma Bar and an adjoin crews we on standby. 0
foot tides sent flood waters surging Lstoor said the set Is used mostly for research and weather tag general store, six miles south "We art prepared to meet most
five blocks Inland ber last collecting data and for studies la electrical engineering. of Gainesville on UJ5. 441, was any condfttaa that might arrive and
slight. as huge sections of the The unit has also been used for original research, Latour said. rocked by an explosion, eruptedInto we are la constant touch with the ,
protective seawall crumbled It was hoe of fee first radar units used for hurricane tracking and flame and was razed to the weather burtaa," Grttat added. t
before the mighty onslaught of weather restarts for the U.S. Air Force. ground last night. Riker advised l students with \
Hurricane Dora. Tbe Information gathered on the unit Is not for public release, Tbe explosion occurred about bicycles to lock them la the racks
Winds were being clocked at said Lctour. However, the UF radar unit has helped the weather 11:25 p.m. Cause of the blaze located near the dorms.
more thaa IS miles per boar bnreaa la gathering data which Is then made available to the public. was unknown, but sources said Housing will advise campus
shortly before midnight aDd rainfall It has been coosldersbly modified, b* said. It's rang has been ammunition and explosives were residents If dangerously high
was extremely heavy. Increased from about 120 to 1(0 miles. stored la the btdidlncs- winds ar* expected, IttUr said



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vllle Beach resident who is wea- mining o f several plush sea-side Wind gusts had reached 86 mphat '

CASTELLO thering out Dora at his home on resorts.At the beacnes earlier yesterday.At .
Assistant
Editorial the Intercoastal Waterway, said in Mashburn's home, during low Mayport, several miles northof I

Hurricane Dora unleashed her a telephone interview that the tide about 5 p. m., the water had Jacksonville Beach, wind gusts y

fury on the Jacksonville Beaches' storm was repotted to have washedone risen to a level one foot above reached 92 mph, Mashburn said. ,

whole house out to sea, com- the highest normal high tide. He 1-
yesterday, leaving a path of unmerciful "The rough seas have done severe ; I
pletely demolished the boardwalk expected the tide to wash throughhis
destruction.John "
damage to the seawall,
amusement area and destroying home when high tide was
C. Mashburn a Jackson- Y ;
Mashburn said "and the sand is
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.the bulkhead enabling the under---..-reached-around- -10-p. m.last-. night.. undermining several buildings. r't :

Children Play "Two restaurants are close to "
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destruction and two other beach t

As Storm Rips 32-foot I front businesses have sunk into ,
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(Continued from Page 1)) recorded atop at 2:35 EST. the ocean. The lifeguard station
Saturn-1 gantry p.m.
has been evacuated and many believe -

Jax Shelter St. Augustine's old slave market, 'a ne course Pure was following sand is undermining the sta-

where many of the city's recent kept its center and its strongest i

desegregation battles were fought, 115 m.p.h. winds off the coast, tion.Mashburn reported breakers

JACKSONVILLE BEACHUPI- under water.A but Miami forcaster Gilbert Clark
was have washed over the sea wall
The shouts of the kids outdid the group of aged men and women, said the violent storm was so and totally destroyed all the bus-

shrieks of Hurricane Dora yes- some of them In their 90's were close to land that "she has to inesses along the boardwalk. F .
terday In a Jam -pac ked high "
trapped by flood waters In a downtown hit somewhere. "Neptune Beach, a town Just
school gymnasium turned into a
St. Augustine home for the Forecasters also pointed out north of Jacksonville Beach,called

shelter. aged and had to be evacuated.The that the hurricane has a very for volunteers about 3 p. m. to :1
The gym at Fletcher High School, center about 50 miles across
Miami Weather Bureau reported large help with sandbagging operations."But .
located about three blocks from
in a late advisory that the and "a point at which it may ," Mashburn said, "Thereis

the surging ocean where huge dead-calm "eye" of Dora was reach land Is less important than nothing they can do to stopIt.

waves pounded over some streets, moving erratically and was the area to come under the affectof This area will definitely bea
was opened at 7 as Dora "
a. m., winds and tides.
centered about 30 miles east of damaging major disaster area."
approached from the southeast.By .
St. Augustine. The Weather Bur- Dora, which drove a westward At 5 p. m. Dora was about

mid-day shelter manager eau said, however, the storm was course toward the coast for two 50 miles from St. Augustine. It
Joseph Gill of the Red Crobs esti- THE
northwestward Wed- WELLdressedFLORIDA -
moving generally northwestward days, swung
mated about had was expected to hit about 10 p. m.
1,400 people toward the north Florida-Georgia nesday, sparing the multi-million is always
"Many of the radio stations are man ready for
crowded Into the school.Most
were coastline at about 7 miles an dollar spaceport at Cape Kennedy without Most of Jackson-
In the big gym and the walls seemedto hour. which had been in the storm's power. any emergency. With his
ville20 miles west of the Beach)
shake from the shoutsof
more also much of he
and could
sights earlier, Is without electricity." equipment, outlast
kids chasing through the crowd Wires were down shredded can Florida's rich citrus belt.
,
than from the storm outside. in Fernandina Beach,located on the any disaster. (Photo by Nick
vas streamed from torn billboards, Weathermen said the change
But Dora made herself felt In extreme northeast coast of Flori-
and beach approaches were cut off course was due to a weakening of Arroyo. )
a brand new,windowless band room in north of the da, was completely isolated by the
many places by high tides. a high pressure ridge
storm. No one could either in
the leeward go
of the school
on. side
Lost HorizonThe
The weather Bureau warned of hurricane which blocked any north-
whee 73 to 80 women and or out of the area.
young tides up to 10 feet above normalas ward movement.
children taken the AU ships in the Mayport Naval
were as storm'sfury high tide approached Wednesday But the change also put the Florida Union Films
Basin out to
Increased. got sea except one-
night with the center o the storm. Georgia and South Carolina,coastson committee presents: "The Lost
Two the theUSS Turner, a destroyer. The
skylights over room
alert and sent residents' beach Horizon" on Sept. 10-11, and
torn seas were so rough that the ship .
90mileanhour
were open by Wind gusts of 58 m.p.h. were areas hurrying to inalnd shelters. "Mein Kampf" Sept.12-13.The
was torn loose from its
winds and rains mooringsand
poured In. reported on the ground; level at Brunswick, Ga. appeared directly movies start at 8:15 at the
Officials moved the was left tied in part by only
quickly women
Cape Kennedy but the space agency in the line of the massive Medical Center Auditorium,and
_and...children to a nearby hallway. one chain.
said a top reading of 94 m.p.h. storm's advance.' admission is 30 cents.



it papers staplesterm and class notes, photo. Honor Court New Approach ? I

graphs, news items, themes,reports

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GERRY RICHMAN

Honor Court Chancellor four hours to voluntarily turn point out what you saw to a fellow mistake, the charges are dropped

himself into the Honor Court. The student have he she with and
F ; or go all records are destroyed.
(One of series) Court then takes full notice of his
a
i ; you. Let the student know that This avoids the "sneaky" aspect.

a ,: How action in assessing the penalty. your act is not isolated but ratheris The student must respect you for
Informing is "sneaky. if he falls to act within
i about a more direct approach? Only supported by other students. doing what you feel is right; he
hours after have
twenty-four you Second, the same problem effect must further respect you for giving
One university has successfully -
% very notified him of what you observed, exists under the him-
hour present system. him an opportunity to redeem
employed a twenty-four
i I like this should you then report what you Witnesses can in any case be self and avoid a harsh penalty.It .
It works
waiting period. :
to the Court. Then the
tacks saw intimidated. This is both
it Honor Code violation nothing new seems adviseable to use
If you see an ,
I the The
procedure same:
to the to American Jurisprudence. A this suggested method of enforce-
to bulletin board, you are not to sneak up student maintain his Innocenceand
notes pennants may great deal of moral method
what courage is ment as well as the present ,
to wall, shelf drawer lining Honor Court and report you
paper not Or
plead (guilty. a
saw. Rather, you are to directlygo needed to testify in court, Justas with the present methodbeJngusedlor
and thorough investigation may resultin it is to report a violation of more serious violations suchas
to the violator reportto
up
the charges being dropped for
what have the law. selling stolen examinations,
that person you lack of evidence. Or the student
seen. The person then has twenty- In any event, the student may stealing more valuable property,
then in the face
may plead guilty attempt to convince you that you or participating in the Walker

of substantial evidence which were in fact honestly mistaken, Auditorium "Flying V" or other

will likely mean a heavier penalty and that the violation need not be mass cheating.

than if he had directly come to reported. Answer: This in some Discretion as to which method

I the Court in the first place, after is what left
Y cases happens under the should be employed would be

you had spoken with him. present system after a violationI to the student. The new method
it fastens F Mr Panacea for the ills of the Honor
reported. A student who could even be used for the more
System? No but, It is hoped, a
costumes, decorations, reported a violation declines to serious violations. In discussionswith
party prom
school projects, posters, stage sets. vehicle for Increased cooperation. testify because he is "convinced" several members of the Court,
Certainly there are defects in this
he was wrong. Possible answer: however, there :appears to be
proposal. To name a few: The Within the
reason, ignore admonitionsof strong sentiment to continue

x student may talk you out of mistake, and leave this to the present system along with the

reporting him. lie may threatenyou. trained staff of Honor Counseland proposed change, to insure enforcement -

Possible answer: Do not Justices who the
make a thorough of the System by
notify him alone, U you fear the of
investigation all cases. student who thinks the violation

A U.S. co-id serves let cream In Europe possibility of reprisals. First, If there has been an obviousFERRANTE is too serious to warrant waiting

twenty-four hours or postponing

action by the Court.

It's the "lot 50" PAYING JOBS This, in rough form, is a basic

outline of the proposed change in

SwinglineStapler PLAY THE MOST SPARKLING. MOST the Honor System. It may be sub-
IN EUROPEGrand EIHUARATIN6 RENDITION I EVER Of
mitted to the Student Body as a
& TEICHE R
THE OM THE S OI/-TO-BE.
RELEASED FILM constitutional amendment In the

Duchy of Luxembourg, fill.
BMCONOmONALtV 9-Students This album of the fabulous lerner and
Sept. urged to
GUARANTEED for are in loewe score finds Ferrante & Teicher It could even be put Into effect
apply early summer jobs
Europe. Thousands of jobs (office at the very peak of their performance!IIf Individually by a voluntary twenty-
you'ri an FIT fan have to add
you four hour wait without a
resort, factory farm etc.)
,
this to
your collection. If you're not,
are available. Wages range to get it. It will make you understand why constitutional amendment. What do

$400 monthly and the American Ferrante I Teicher are on their way to you think? Do ycvi have a better

Student Information Service becoming a living legend idea, or do you think the present
(Including 1000 itaplts awards travel to regis-
grants I-i Available ta tttrn tr ninaural at record system is adequate?
larger tin CUB Desk St.pl"Oftl1 tered students. Those interested stares "vvyvhtreol .
$1.4 will discuss
should send $2 to Dept. T, ASIS, The next article
No bigger than a pack of gum.Refills 22 Ave. de la Liberte Luxembourg onell the method penalization,and bow
Made in U.S.A.
At available any stationery everywhere.variety book storel CityGrand Duchy of Lux- it1 can be changed to overcome

embourg and request the ASIS the reluctance to report violations,

S .INC. 36-page booklet listing and describing as well as improve the
every available job,and a educational
NW VOW travel grant and job application course "rehabilitation" and
LONG UtAHO CIW t
value of,Ue} entire Honor System.






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Entire Investigating Mayor's Council Gets BusesAll ,I


school buses aren't yellow The School Board held firm In to poor passenger response. The
and black and they aren't all fur Its refusal to provide buses within council makes no profit and should
Committee Resigns nished by the county either! the one and a half mile limit the service become a loss for
When Alacbua County schools established as the Board's policy. City Transit Co. it will be dis-
opened Sept. 1, two green and white Schucht Village Is 1.45 miles from continued. The success or fail
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (UPI) In Jacksonville Rep. George Transit buses
City began making the Finley School. ure of this venture depends upon
The entire staff of the controversial Stallings, Jr., a committee mem- their rounds as school buses serving When asked to use one of the the vxillagers'use of the service"
Legislative Investigating ber, said he suspected the res- the five university married blue campus buses as a school The number of children using the
Committee resigned yesterday In ignations stemmed from the fait students' housing villages transporting bus Calvin C. Greene, directorof bus the first few was far below
'an apparent dispute over a that a majority of the committee elementary and kindergarten the university's Physical Plant expectation. However, according
proposed Investigation of recent wanted to Investigate the St. Augustine children to the J J. Finley Division stated the buses "were to members of the committee, the
racial ."")"jience 'n St. Augustine affair, including the School. not In good enough condition to number Is steadily increasing each
John wens, lurmer a amps handling of it by Gov. Farrls This marked the completion of stand up under daily use. Further- day. When passenger volume Is
newsman and press assistant to Bryant, and "Evans did not wantto three month's efforts by the more there was a question whether sufficient, It will be possible to
the governor, said he, Chef Investigator do it." Mayor's Council. Efforts began or not a state owned bus could lower the fare below the present
C. Lawrence Rice He said Evans got "huffed up" when children of students living operate In the franchised area 10 cents.
and Secretary Melba Harmon resigned when It was suggested that the In the married villages were trans- of City Transit Co. Those on the committee
because "we don't want governor's alleged appointment ofa ferred from Stephen Foster school Meetings then were held with Included, Carol Frel, mayor of
to be in a position where our Integrity secret committee to help work and free county bus service was Woodrow Shaw, owner of City Schucht Village; Price, mayor of
will be compromised." out the St. Augustine situation was withdrawn. Transit Co. lie agreed to reduce Corry Village;Andy Perchal,Fla-
Rep. Richard O. Mitchell of "phony." He said he did not the fare to 10 cents and run a vet I and Skip Havlser, Flavet
Tallahassee, who took over the believe any such committee existed A committee consisting of one special bus "as long as the volumeof II representatives and Stan Brant-
chairmanship of the committeelast but that the announcement that it member from each village was passengers makes it feasible." ley, mayor of Flavet in,
year succeeding Sen. Char- was working undercover "gave appointed In June by Mayor's Coun- "We are willing to cooperateand For those children: who walk
ley Johns of Starke, was In the Martin Luther King the victory cil Chairman Floyd Price to secure give the project a fair chance," from the villages to school, the
hospital and not available for com be needed." some means of transportation. Shaw said, "but, we can't operateat committee mapped out the safest
ment. A statement from Mitchell The committee met with the a loss. routes across the campus and \
sent out by Evans commended the Evans said he would not dis- County School Board, County Bus Speaking for the council, Chair- West University Ave. Plans were
staff for Its dedicated service and cuss the details of his resigna- Transportation Committee, the man Price commented, "the made to have these routes and
accepted the resignations with.re- tion, but he slad it had nothingto university administration, City Mayor's Council is in no posi- crossings patroled by city and
." There was no further ex- do with trying to cover up any Transit Co. officials and univer- tion to cover financial losses due university police.1tpus j
planatlon. action Involving Bryant. sity and city police departments. jI I
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'oj:" office occupations offered through t
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the Alachua County Board of Public
.{., ,.. Instruction will begin at 7:30 p.m. Meet TonightStudents
tomorrow at the Gainesville High
School Teaching Auditorium. for Col J water will holda
r.orcanhatioD'meetlnc in
A fee of $10 will be charged Florida Union Auditorium tonight
for each course taken. 'thIs fee at 7, according to outgoing presi-
.j\.j1 Includes the cost of necessary dent Lionel Leon. Member will
textbooks. Certificates will be make plans for a membership
given for successful completionof drive and give Information
the courses* concerning the Republican
The adult vocational classes will presidential nominee Sen. Barry
meet Monday through Thursday Goldwater
nights from 7-10 p.m. The organisation has no
The following courses are affiliation with any other campus
offered on the specified nlghtst political group.Activities this year
Bookkeeping, Mondays; Office include a float in the Homecoming
Machines and Office Practice, parade and a booth across from the ,
Tuesdays; Typing, Wednesdayi; II ub.
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Editorial: ,',

'AnImosity between Student Government and The Alligator has "

been the rule, not the exception, In the past.

This is a none too uncommon situation as regards the relationship

between the two Institutions. Traditionally the "fourth estate"

has acted as 'a watchdog over the governing processes, suitably

fitting the old adage that "the price of liberty Is eternal vigilance."

This has been true of the national press-government relationship,

and, while the scale Is somewhat more minute,still the same basic

features of this ancient relationship prevail. The Job of the press '; r
remains to Inform the readers of what those In government are :rJflrrlfilJ (

doing and how they are measuring up to their platform promises. r+: Ji Jl:

Animosities between student government and The Alligator can J,"

I be expected to arise from time to time, but the reason for these Ilrl!

should not be feelings that "the Alligator Is taking sides" or "de- r

liberately 'slamming the administration for political purposes,"

rather, the reason should be due to uncovering of deficienciesin

the framework of student government by Alligator staffers.In 1 KENNEDY'S SG REVIEW 1

a recent news story, Kennedy stated that about 35 per cent

of his platform promises had been effected, thus far. It seems

Kennedy meant this figure only as an "oU-th -cuft" guess rather "But Can He Keep, It Up?"

than a calculated figure arrived at after serious Investigation.The .

story was factual, quoting actual remarks made by Kennedy,

yet there is some obvious doubt as to the misrepresentationswhich POLITICAL ECHOES

resulted.On The Alligator gladly accepts letters-

going through his platform plank-by-plank with Vice Presi- to-the-editor from all students and

dent Dick Gober, Kennedy reports that the completion figure is Lesser Of Two EvilsRON interested non-students in the UF

probably nearer 50 per cent. His analysis showed completion community. All we ask is that all lettersbe

!, of 28 of the 57 planks In the Gator Party platform, or 49 per cent SPENCER signed and that a telephone numberbe

of the total.Kennedy. Executive EditorA Included, so that letters may be

feels that his administration actually Is on scheduleor verified U'some question should arise.

a bit ahead In completion of his platform, since the "big Names will not be withheld on letters-
puzzling question before the university
trimester" lies before his administration. Over a month Is to-the-editor unless sufficient reason Is
community this fall is that of whether to vote
cropped from the spring trimester due ,to elections, then activity given. The Alligator will not print letters
for Jacksonville Mayor Haydon Burns or
( falls during the summer as a mass exodus of student legislatorsoccurs. received anonymously.
Republican legislator Charles Holley for the office
The fall trimester, complete with football fever, higher of governor.
spirits and more interest, is traditionally the time in which much
For UF community residents who tend to be
I is accomplished.The .
much more liberal than their Alachua County LETTER:
Alligator has often been accused of sporting a negative j
nelghO6rs'it: is clearly, a question of"the lesser
attitude toward Student Government. However do acknowledgecredit
we of two evils," a phrase that has also been Sunday HypocrisyEDITOR
where credit Is due, and any organization which annually
making the rounds recently in regards to the
controls the dissemination of almost $500,000 cannot be scoffed Goldwater-Johnson race.
at lightly.
For the University community, the choice is :
Accomplishments of Kennedy's administration thus far have
almost that of whether or not It's worth the
included a complete reorganization of the Secretary of Labor
effort to trudge to the polls. Holley, with his It was Sunday afternoon and all good Floridians
office. Two bureaus --the student placement bureau and the
fiscal conservatism has not attracted the warm- were in church asking God to deliver them from
personnel service bureau---have been set to "make Student
up hearted appeal of many UF voters. The GOP the Negro problem. The crusades all over again,
"
Government more personal to the student.
standardbearer also has alienated educators not crusades with regionalCharlemagnes.Sometlmes
Also, among the achievements of the current administrationhas
only in Gainesville but throughout the state with but not always1 enjoy the spectacle of human
been the off-campus housing rules changes. One of the big
his contention that Florida,contrary to the campus stupidity: the circus having gone out of fashionas
themes of the administration as of late has been the establish-
belief, has too much higher education,not enough. ( an institution), it Is Important that we retain
ment of a "Morale Commission, whose unenviable task is that
However, Mayor Burns has also alienated the certain forms of public humiliation.
of instilling more student interest Into a campus called "apathetic"in
university community for a far different reason. We tend too often (out of guilt) to dissociate
the past. Should this noble experiment succeed, it would perhapsbe
Burns, as one Tallahassee correspondent recently all human phenomena, to localize certain horrors
one of the most worthwhile contributions Student Governmentcould
make to the campus community. noted, is an arch-segregationist. This means not under particular skies, In a unique moment of
merely anti-Civil Rights Bill,which Is the position klltered time. Love and hate, violence and
The Alligator will continue to probe for areas where Student
Holley seems to take. Holley 'following the are all
compassion, intelligence and beastlallty
Government Is weak In turning campaign oratory into reality, but
Goldwater policy of moderation on civil rights the of life kneaded abused and
same dough ; ,
likewise It will be the first to praise the Institution when praiseis
deserved. still has yet to proclaim himself or otherwise spent. From the Nazi SS to the white Florida

mark himself as a segregationist. Perhaps redneck who will say so casually "don't bother

gradualism would be a better tag for him, U about your tray, the Negro will take care of it"

The 8 FloridaALLIGATOR tags are necessary. The libertarian campus might ( the negro bus girl standing two paces away

lean pro-Holley in protest against Burns' anything not moving a muscle in her well disciplined

-but-progressive stand on civil rights. face),.from the physical beating of one to the

Then too, there Is the latest of Burn's surprisingmoves verbal cruclflction of the other Is only a nuanceof

Served by United Press International In his zigzagging attempt to counteract time-decor, a limit of potentialities held In

Florida's severe case of Goldwaterltls which has check precariously by the propriety of customs,

Editor ............................. ....... ...Walker Lundy been spreading to the state level. Burns, In a the season of bitter fruit before the season of

Managing Editor .......... ....................Joel Gaston speech made at a Hawthorne fish fry, warnedus another kind of bitter fruit, a truce to repair

Executive Editor ..................... ..........Ron Spencer that he would purge the faculties of higher damages..but underneath it all, the savageryof

I Assistant Managing Editor ......................Benny Cason education In the state of all "pinkos" and the human heart.

Assistant Managing Editor ...... ............. ..Dave Berkowitz "communists," sans legislative committees I have been in Gainesville for only a short time,

Editorial Page Editor ..........................JIm Hammock reminiscent of the good old days of Charley so I have not had the time to become accustomedto

Sports Editor ............... S....................Glenn Laney Johns. the quiet segregation problem that exists here.

City Editor .....................................Skip Havlser To a multitude of those members of the uni- Especially when I am least cautious with my eyes.

Campus Living Editor .......................Jackie Cornelius versity community, this gubernatorial campaign However it's not as I had Imagined it to be. Hereit

cannot escape from being merely the choice of feels as tithe whites are persecuted.Persecutedby

Editorial Assistants -- Steve Vaughn,Tova Levine,Jim Castello, the lesser of two evils. One thing must be at their own fears and because of those fears,

Ann Carter, Don Federman, the forefront of the minds of these persons: driven to a mastery they do not enjoy at all but

a Burns victory Is virtually tantamount to six must maintain to retain in their minds the image of

Reporters -- Ed Barber (Tlgert Hall Beat Chief), Patti Pltz years of Burnsism. On the other hand, a Holley man. Man as they alone can conceive him ff t*.

(Student Government Beat Chief), Frank Shepherd, Eunice Tall, victory means a gigantic reshuffling 'among But the negro In his misery, In his ha 1-

/ Cynthia TunstaU, Sue Haugstad, Agnes Fowles, Bob Deloach Democratic ranks, the massing behind astandard- -never-to-be-forgiven nonromanticizeJ-::

( Fran Snider, George Mima, Ernie Utz, Sheldon Clment, Gerald bearer and a Democratic romp over the GOP-1966. misery, the negro doesn't need to seek after

Jones, Bill Sadowski, Donal Decker, Joan Gaston, Dan Mowbray, After all, It will be much easier to dislodge his humanness. He knows that be is human being.

Judy Knight, Ami Sapersteln, Edwin Brownrlgg, Evan Langbeln, Holley in 1968 than It will be to stop Burns in He is oppressed and bunted, and no one hunts

Joe Waldorf, Steve Keating/ Yvett Cardozo, Greg Salts, John 1966.Much stones. The fact that he, the negro, can never be

M dleln, John McDonough, Holly Howard, David Kennedy, Chris will depend upon this element---whetheror a stone, this fact as poignant as the sudden

Hundley, Thelma Moss man, Harold Aldrich, Marjorie Cue not the factions present today in that confusing awareness of life seconds before death, I* for the
Hall Cain Pam Brown Jeffrey Denkewalter Vincent semblance of unity known the
Schaefer, as Democratic negro the evidence of his own permanance which
II :Marty Berlanstcln, William Doe, Richard Ryckaert, Dick Dennis, Party of Florida --- would rather take their the white man can never destroy. The white
Lee Alexander: Jim Claxtoo Jo McNitt. chances on swinging toward Holley and then heart
man's hatred is a sort of ressurectlon, a
fighting it out in 1966. Such
men as Robert King
around terror, it clothes flesh void, history
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaperof High, champion of the liberal and ultraliberalcause upon hatred,
upon abstraction. What is being created by
the University of Florida and Is published five times weekly in the state, Scott Kelly, with his oozes
or taken away by it (for life sometimes
except during May, June and July when It is published semi- organization still Intact, and Fred Karl, sixthin out of accidents) is like residue of humanity
a
weekly. Only editorials represent the official opinion of The the primary but still game, could make or they could not burn out like the
)"'qator. Columns represent only the opinions of their authors. break it for Burns this fall. unburnable completely ,
Phoenix.
'!he Alligator is entered as second class matter at the United The essential question remains: do Floridians

I States Post Office at Gainesville desire six years of Burnsism 2UCPage
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A UK student who joined a groupin Young, 3HS and Randy Rabe, 2UC,
New York which had waterskiied also sued 1600 miles to the Worlds
from St. Petersburg during the Fair via the Inland Waterway Our Record !
summer was instrumental Inpre- behind two outboard boats.
venting ,a tragedy at the World's The trip, to publicize St.
Fair when he and a member of the Petersburg as a young people's
ski troupe dived into the water and city, took 17 days as the skiers Many thanks for making our last
rescued a ski kite performer who stopped and performed multipleacts
plunged 40 feet Into a shallow pond. for hosting coastal communities selection of jazz, popular and classical

Greg Seltz, 4JM, of Lake Wales, along the way. The St. and are available at these discount
dived< in and held the performer Petersburg skiers show included
afloat with the aid of troupe mem- backward pyramids, tandeum
ber Fred Deblen until a Pinkerton skiing, shoe skiing,barefoot skiing RETAIL PRICE
police launch arrived with and water ski kite flying. Their
additional aid. performance was highlighted by
Hal Elgin, a 28-year-old St. the shoe and barefoot skiing of 3.98
Petersburg fireman, had openedthe Rabe, who invented backward
World's Fair ski teams showas barefoot skiing several years ago. 4.98
he soared 40 feet into the Miss Young performed the pyramid 5.98
air on a water ski kite identicalto and tandeum skiing. Both said
those flown on Camp Wauburg they hope to make the trip again
Playday last May. next year. Please 0
give us an
He had been airborne only a The skiers were hampered by
few seconds when a gust of wind four straight days of rain, high
tore a metal restraining bolt loose seas, and a leaky boat. They were your record
from his harness. Plunging head arrested in Manhatten for skiing
over heels, Elgin hit on his right without an observer in the boat.
side, barely missing a boat loaded Governor Farris Bryant and Dick
with photographers, and honored Pope of Cypress Gardens Inter-
guests. ceded in their behalf.
His tow boat released the kite's Fair President Robert Moses
122 foot line and reversed its agreed to remove a ban on further
direction. Seltz and Debein dovein water exhibitions and said he had
and held Elgin afloat. Elgin was been Impressed by the team's
released from Flushing Hospital "stamina and courage."
after x-rays showed he had no 0COR
broken bones. HC Sweetheart
"The photo boat was 30 feet
away from Hal but everyone RegistrationEnds 923 .
seemed more interested In the
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After the near-tragedy, the you are a beautiful Florida
skiers voted to continue the show. coed you have one day left to enter
Seitz, a water ski expert, was the Homecoming Sweetheart con-
acting as safety man during St.Petersburg's .
portion of the ski test.Ten coeds already have enteredthe CARS"I
show. annual event. The girls and
Two other UF students. Paula their sponsors are: Suzanne Hull
from Ormond Beach..Delta Delta Ijf
New AgencyFor Delta; Carolyn Craft from Coral
UF Talent Gables--Delta Gamma; Mary Ar- Q 0
liskas from Clearwater--Sigma
Nu Patricia Ann Nazzau from st.Petersburg.KappaAlpbaClauCUa.
UF students with a special talent, ;
such as playing a musical
Instrument, combo, or band, are Pate from Tampa--Alpha Delta Pi;
invited to register with Student Lou Ann Levenson from Jacksonville t / \
Government Talent Employment --Delta Phi Epsilon; Betty
Service. Jane Wendt from Coral Gables-- r Ir
Purpose of the service is to Delta Tau Delta; Marie Barber 4!
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arrange for students who have 'a from Miami Delta Upsilon;
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Miami Phi Kappa
from
special talent perform at campus Denning
Tau Jean Mellow from Orlando-- t
functions said Director Andy Hall. ;
The service is not in competition Sigma Chi.
with talent agencies in the area, Judging will start at Silver
morning at 9 t
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JEFFREY DENKEWAITER
Sports Writer


Despite having recruited some of Fuller has at his disposal some Giordano from Miami Shores.
last year's top Florida high school eye-opening talent. Giordano was voted outstanding
[football talent, UF freshman coach Heading the list Is Bobby Downs, lineman for the South In the All- w
Dave Fuller has reserved Judge- a quarterback from Winter Star Game.
ment so far on this year's team. Haven. In his senior year In high AU-State fullback Tom Glenn
school, Downs was selected by was selected as the outstandingback
"We've only had the boys out Coach and Athlete Magazine for the for the North In the same

Ion the field for a little over two High School AU-Star Game playedat game. lie was responsible for both r .
weeks now," Fuller explained."At Florida Field In August, Downs of his team's touchdowns. The
times each has looked good, but at was voted the outstanding back for big back from Jacksonville bears J 74V
times many have looked miserable. the South. He scored two touch- watching this season.

It's too early yet to make judge- downs while leading his team toa tV h _
ments." 20-14 victory. Included In the ranks of the Baby L __
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Also on this year's Baby Gator Gators Is Bob Montgomery from

Whether It Is too early or not, squad Is All-State tackle Don Moultrie, Ga. He was a startingend .
for the South In the Georgia
High School All-Star Game.
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Other Baby Gator players who
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are Gerald Bramlett, a quarter- -,--- __

back from Wlldwood; Richard WHO WILL be this boy's coach? Athletic director
Trapp, a halfback from Bradenton;
c, BARBER SHOP.. Harmon Wages, a quarterback Ray Graves is still undecided as to who will take over I

from Jacksonville; Wayne McCall, for retired track coach Percy Beard.
a halfback from Ocala;Bobby Mor-
gan, a halfback from Eustis; and
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John back.Woodward, an Orlando half Coach Mulled i

Fla. Union
Assisting Fuller this year will

be Dewaln Douglas, Dave Blud- For TrackmenAs
Open: 8-5 PM M-F worth, Jack Thompson, and Russ
Brown. Both Thompson and Brown
time ,the old make way campus In Sept. of 1930 with the
were members of last year's var- passes
8-12 PM Sat.
sity team. for the new. goal to produce a champion track
Such is the case of veteran UF team. lie did not fall short of

Although many things are Inde- track coach Percy Beard who retired his ambition. In the following 28
finite nov, Fuller has decided this summer due to a demand: years he produced two South-
that unlike the varsity there will for more of his time In the administrative eastern Conference championship
be no platoonlng on the freshman branch of the athletic de- turns and several of the nations
finest track and field athletes.
squad. Players will go both ways. partment. Beard arrived on UF
--- track coach is
But now the ace
and a big gap has been left
The team Its season on gone
opens
1C Oct. 24 against FSU In Gaines Touche! In the athletic department. The
is not only'how1
question on campus
BARBERS g ville. They take on Miami In
Club Its it can be filled, but 'who'will
5 Miami on Oct. 31. They are The UF Fencing opens
ON DUTY JJL scheduled to 'battle Georgia in 1964-65 program Sept. 19: with fill it.
Athens on Nov. 6. Auburn here classes in beginning fencing. There are several possible
on Nov. 14 closes out the fresh- Classes will be conducted for prospects but none yet ha* been
l schedule. all Interested men and women. named to fill the position. UF
man The club will provide all equipment Athletic Director Ray Graves has
I and protective clothing. announced that at the Sept. 21

Lessons will be given each Tuesday meeting of the Athletic budge d of
and Friday at 5 p. m. at the Directors the new track will
p :: : I Norman Hall Gymnasium. Dressing be approved and the formal recom-
# ,1 rooms, lockers and showersare mendation of the board, and Coach
provided on the lower froor. Graves, for a new track coach
Participants must provide their will be made. Shortly followingthat
own sneakers or non-allp footwear meeting the recommendation
and should wear clothing which will be made public.At .
provides freedom of movement toassume present, many feel Beard
the familiar fencing will be replaced by former assistant
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with In 1960 the Louisiana State 1963 was a rebuilding yeur for When Florida meets LSU in
football team suffered a 13-10 upset Charlie McClendon's eleven, but the Tiger Pit on Oct. 3, the Caters I
GLENN LANEY at the hands of Florida. McClendon arrived ahead of can look for a top notch defense
Since then in three meetings schedule with 7-3 record and a and an improved offense.
EditorI .
Sports between the two schools the Bengal bowl bid. This season with a host
Tigers have scored 60 points to of battle tested juniors LSU couldgo we selltennis
trust you all have your buttered popcorn and large coke and are the Gators and the outlook shapesup all the way. .
ready for the second half of "The Horror on University Avenue." for a continuation of LSU's Tiger opponents face the awe-
The second halt should prove to be Just as scarey as the first. defensive dominant' some defense for which
As the curtain rises we find our lads In Tuscaloosa, Ala. If thereIs ;<- McClendon's team is noted. In
any city In the U.S. where the Gators are hated. .this Is the one. addition, the Baton Rouge
The humble Gators humiliated the haughty crew of Bear Bryant battalllons of LSU fans can look
last year. The 10-6 victory made the whole season worth while. forward to a vastly improved b
Bryant requested the Florida game for homecoming. To say he Is r offense that should demonstrate
laying for us would be an understatement. Alabama Is a rough, smart and versatile ball handling.
mean team. .and they have a rough, mean coach. Once again the LSU's offense collapsed last fall
Gators are faced with doing the Impossible two years In a row. when Pat Screen, a flashy running shoes
It would be nice to have a bunch of supermen who could accomplish sophomore, was injured in a game
something of this nature, but sad to say the men on the squad are n against Miami. Without Screen,the h.
Just students like you and I. They are trying to play football which Is N Bengals had to fall back on
a fulltime Job, during their free time from classes. Alabama will defense. With Screen back in the
get Its revenge. lineup, LSU should be twice as
Then our warriors come home for a'rest. .and low and behold potent.
someone has put a Tiger In our tank. .or at least In our football Billy Ezell will back up Screenat M
stadium. quarterback. Joe Labruzzo and
The Tiger, of course, Is Ralph Jordan's Auburn Tigers. What do Ronnie Morgan will go at the
you say about a team that has Jimmy Sidle and Tucker Fredrickson halfback slots. Morgan replaces
on the same team, except "OUCH." Danny LeBlanc who is ineligible for collegewear
Then Florida takes its annual trip to the land of the Beatles. this fall. For short yardage LSU
hardly think they will be wanting to hold Georgia's hand will rely on Don Schwab. Schwab
The annual clash should turn out to be the annual mash this year. weighs 195 and excels in close
with the Gators doing the mashing. quarters.The .
Then comes the most controversial game of the year. end positions appear in good Styles by
F.S.U. shape with three lettermen at left
How in the hell do you get "up" for a team which has never beaten and a couple of talented sophomores Converseand

you? at right. Doug Moreau,
You can't. Kenny Vairln and Beau Colle are
In the six game series the Gators have scored 72 points while the at left and Walter Pillow, Billy
Seminoles have scrounged up 25. What a team! Masters and Dick Jones at right. U.S. KedsWe
Some people of note have been quoted as saying Florida State The remainder of the line is
athletes are nothing but a bunch of Florida rejects. I put that quote studded with talent and experience. also feature
under "things I wish I had said." The people who have said It In the t 'e The Bengals face Texas A and
i past have been severely chastised. The truth really does hurt. .-._-_.. .- M, Rice, North Carolina as wellas famous name brand
But this, sorry to say, Is the underdog's year. FSU may go another BIG TACKLE Ralph Pereis seven Southeastern Conferencefoes.
six years without beating us. .but they should beat us this year. Biggest hurdles are expectedto Gym Clothes
is not the only thing taken one redson why LSU hasa
This is the only game where personnel be Rice, North Carolina and
into consideration. Florida State Is a Cschool and It plays a lot of highly regarded line. Mississippi.
Copponents.. But this is one test they are really going to study
'Gr.
Coach Bill Peterson of the Seminoles has a picture frame hangingin We FeatureNEW
his office. It Is empty. The caption under it says "Reserved for
the first team that beats Florida." & USED GUARANTEEDTYPEWRITERS
The Florida State College for Women has added onto their stadium.
S For the first time the big boys will come play in their backyard.
Florida is one of the big boys who have been lured to Tallahassee.The .
novelty of the whole thing. having the awesome (to FSU)
Florida In their own stadium. .should give Peterson's boys the
impetus they need to break the Florida Jinx.
ALL MAKES & MODELS
The year finishes with Miami. The Gators will take their wounded
pride In hand and really clobber the boys from down below.It .
looks as if the closing credits read something like three wins, Portables Standards
six losses and a tie. However a postscript should be added. GATCRSHOP'
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