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57, No. 4 University of FloridaGainesville Friday, Sept. 11 -I

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Weakened Dora RiDs Florida And By Storm Nick Don Photos Arroyo Decker I,



FROM WIRE REPORTS

Greatly weakened Hurricane Dora moved across the North
Florida peninsula yesterday spreading havoc over a wide area _
with gale force winds and heavy rains.
The storm at 7 p.m. yesterday was located about 45 miles
southeast of Tallahassee.Dora _

was expected to continue on a westward course at about -
eight miles per hour which would have taken It over the Apalachee ( r
Bay early last night. Highest winds were barely hurricane force
over the bay, but on land highest gusts did not exceed 60 m.p.h.
EARLIER In the day, Dora had reduced the heavily-populated
Northeast coast of Florida to shambles with her vicious 115 :
m.p.h. winds, 10 foot tides, coupled with 25 foot waves, and heavy
rains totalling from 10 to 15 inches. _

From Daytona Beach to Brunswick, Ga., the scene was the same UFer BILL WELLS 'BATTLES' DORA I IN JOHNSON LOUNGE
with homes unroofed leaving thou-

Cf u den t c Take sands without shelter, restaurantsand Little Damage Reported
cottages undermined and toppled -
Into the ocean by pounding
WIT i I I PI pin m.0 surf and high tides, fishing piers UF Wades ThroughBy
reduced to bare stubs and amusement -
.1 fe park ferrIs wheels smashed
T e U t n 400 miles of coastline was affected Editorial Assistant winds left the campus slightly disheveled Plants and Grounds cre
(SEE PAGE 3)) and damage was In the tens of but still Intact. The gan taping the large plate
millions. The UF sloshed through an Impromptu grounds were littered with leaves, windows on campus Tuesday.
Other areas of north Florida were far more fortunate as Dora's holiday yesterday when branches and moss. The ancient was done to avoid flying
winds dropped rapidly upon moving inland. Gainesville: at one the aftermath rains of Hurricane buildings rode out the storm like the windows shattered,
time less than 15 miles from the eye, reported highest gustsat Dora dumped themselves on the veterans. said He added no report
about 55 m.p.h., though rainfall was heavy and some lines campus. Damage, however, was Calvin Greene, director of glass anywhere on campus.
and trees were down. slight. Plants and Grounds, said yesterday The city apparently
WHETHER DORA would relntenslfy when she moved over the While most of Northeast Florida the only damage to the campuswas only minor damage also.
open gulf waters could not be forecast since her eye had become battled hurricane winds, tides,and a number of fallen trees and Police said they received
very diffuse. rains, the Gainesville area one fallen power line In FlavetID. ports of vandalism. The
Meanwhile, residents of central Florida were advised to keepIn escaped, for the most part only He said since most of the partment reported three
touch with future advisories concerning Hurricane Ethel. drenched and dripping. UF's power lines are underground, which apparently started
electric wiring shortages
Florida Corp.said'

Welcome/ Dora,. You Rat Fink al county lines due Power to were falUn down trees. 2)f

..... If a few were main lines The
a.M'1I. : "'f.t.-: --:: F pany expected to have all
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NamedDisaster C restored 5
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by p.m.
. ...........
/ III Damage to the telephone '
,.' In the county was also slight.
Area phone company said about
phones were out of order
the storm and that local
WASHENGTONUPIPresident would have them fixed by
Johnson last night declared as The Alachua General H
"major disaster areas" the partsof and J. lllllls Miller Health
Florida and Georgia hard hit ter carried on as usual ytth
by Hurricane Dora. alight Increases In the
The White House announced staff members on duty.
Johnson Is dispatching Edward Mc- General placed a
Dermott, director of the Officeof persons on call for the blood
Emergency Planning to meet Neither hospital or the
today with Gov. Carl Sanders of 44 firmary reported any
Georgia and Gov. Farris Bryant. a direct result of the
McDermott will be accompaniedby
James Collins, president of the Villagers
American Red Cross and MaJ. "
Gen. Robert McDonnell, deputy : : 4 ,
chief of the United States Army
Englceers. i
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They will leave Washington by
plane at 9:30 a. m. EDT todayto HALL CAIN
meet with Bryant at Jacksonville Staff Writer
at 10:15 and with Cor.
a. m.
+?'.. L wrw .. The Imminent threat of
Sanders at 4:45 p. m. at Bruns- .. .. -. cane Dora's fury forced '
wick. Ga., ', III residents to seek .
.,
announcementmakes ..
President's
The ", !::'" ,' .... Florida Gym early
residents of the storm ra; '!JIt' > -
The order to
raged area eligible for a variety rr{ *#:lrt ft f?;.:r!tftfrff: %A r+'' .&r.r f tr JgmmffJ.f.W.rffiffPresident's passed morning.from UF's housing"
loans In rebuildingtheir
of government
to village government
homes and business. Retreat SetThe Tuesday night and by Hi30
the entire population was
for shelter
Meeting Set main thread of the hare been sent to various student, at some phases of different The village population
discussions for the sixth annual administrative and faculty leaden, problems concerning the alerted to evacuate when the.
The first fall meeting of Presidents' Retreat will be the the university expects about CO university and the student body and of campus police sod fire "
the Legislative Council will continuity of education, accordingto person to attend. the suggested remedies for these sent their shrill screams I
be held at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday Lester 1.. Hale, dean of Student Hale said the university triedto problems.He gale C-l buffeted nlfht. I
In Room 324 of the Florida Affairs. get a non-partisan cross-section said the retreat Is not Flavet III, largest ..
Union. Hale'said as far as the universityIs of leaders. Intended for leaders to reach temporary married student
Buddy Blaine, chairman of concerned there Is no reason "The chief purpose of the retreat specific courses of action concerning ing, was In danger of belitg
the Rules and Calendar for not holding the retreat this being held at the beginning of the the university. In the onslaught of Dora's ,
Committee, urged all present weekend because of Hurricane year," said Hal, "Is to give the "Discussion sessions to be held 115 m. .h. winds.
members to attend this Initial Dora. Officials of the university various leaders a chance to get to after the speeches are Another reason for
meeting at which the second will call Rainbow Springs at know each other. The retreat Is unstructured and will not action was FUvet IITs
reading of the proposed budget DunneUon and confirm the planned designed to develop working necessarily have to deal with the The temporary housing Is
will be ma.cs. retreat for this Friday night and relationships among leaders at the speeches," Hale said. sector of campus with many

Saturday. university." (Continued On Page 2)) (Continued On Page )
Although 80 letters of Invitation Hal said the leaden will look



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I I VillagersContinued I xyt 1 i JB




( From Page 1)) lug residents to be calm. Other
village officials and campus police
The precarious swaying of the provided any needed assistance
village oaks and pines forced Dr. needed throughout the night.
Harold Biker, director of hous-
ing to begin plans for evacuation.The Though the storm was a near ewe
main floor of Florida Gym miss for the Gainesville area, the
became a haven from the stormas evacuation was a necessary action v
the village's families battened for the safety of those Involved.
down for the approaching storm. The consensus of opinion was that
The major problem was finding the evacuation was well organized
a confortable spot to bed down for and came off without a hitch. a II e. .,...
'the night. Damage In the Flavet III area,
Gym mats, usually associatedwith though light could have been much
the groans of wrestlers and more severe.
gymnasts, became not so luxurious The residents were allowed by
beds for the evacues.As campus officials to return to their eJ,<
the storm droned on Into the homes by midday yesterday after "--"," --- -.-
early hours of Wednesday, Dill the hurricane posed no further
OF FLORIDA
'COMFORTS' GYM
ENJOY
Hester, deputy mayor of Flavet Immediate danger to the Gainesville FLAVET FAMILIES II I
II I
m, toured the gym floor encourag area. II I I r

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l I President's RetreatContinued I Jax Red Cross Without Home


morning Ken Kennedy,
Saturday ,
( From Page 1)) student body president, will talk JACKSONVILLE BEACHUPIThis )- left a shambles. But Jacksonville lug the ocean a pick-up-sticks of
Leaders will check-In for the on "Continuity In Government." Navy liberty town was so Beach was right in line with the lumber.
retreat Friday afternoon.At 6 p.m.. At 2 p.m. will be another general beat by Hurricane Dora the Red strongest part of the hurricaneas -Cars partly buried in sand.
Dick Gober, vice president of the session, "Continuity in Adminis- Cross was having a hard time the eye made Its landfall to -A two story hotel minus its
student will the trative Relations," delivered by night. These roof and one room.
body, give yesterday finding a place to set the south Wednesday
welcoming address followed by a Dean Hale. up relief headquarters. were some of the things hurricane Further south on the coast,WIN
devotional delivered returned after loam F. Rosseston said the Ma-
by Dr. Harry The final general session speech refugees saw as they
M. Pnllpott, university vice will concern "Continuity In flU we can find a place, we daybreak from shelters: rlneland received $50,000 da.
president. Faculty-Student Relations," to be want to get started processing mages.
After dinner the first general given by Dr. Frederick H. applications from people who lost -Preben Johansen surveying his Fishing piers from Fernandina
session ,speech, "The Universityas Hartmann, professor of political their property" said Red Cross restaurant "all squished together to Ormond Beach were stubs.
a Continuing Institution," will science.At official Tom Logue as he poked ," the roof on the floor and But there were no reported
be given by Dr. J. Wayne Reitz, through the ruins left by 25-foot the floor at 45 degrees. "I losta deaths during the storm and Logue
university president. 9 p.m. the leaders will waves and winds of better than halt million dollars, easily," said he had not been told of any
Following this will be a coffee adjourn. The Student Affairs 100 miles an hour. he said. storm-connected Injuries, with the
break, discussion period and a Committee will remain for a From St. Augustine tot b e -The concrete boardwalk buck- exception of scattered traffic accidents
recreation period. session Sunday morning. beaches of South Carolina Dora led and the amusement area front prior to the storm.




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I Two Uf Student's See Dora's_ Anger I IED.



( NOTE --UF students Steve Freedman and Maurice Plumb \ : ,, It', .
wanted to see what a hurricane was like. So at 1:30 a.m., they
climbed in the car and took off for Jacksonville and the teeth of
Hurricane Dora. This Is Freedman's account of the 285-mile,

9-hour trip through the storm). ,.

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We cot In the car and the wind In Gainesville was about 40 t 1 ,'
knots. We decided to go to Palatka where the bridge had washed
out, but decided we would see more if we went to the hurricane.On .
the radio we found that Green Cove Spring was going to exper- C
ience the highest winds In about an hour, so we headed toward -
.. ..' ..
Green Cove. .II

Just outside Starke, we found winds in excess of 90 m.p.h. .
Our compact car was rocking In the winds in a twisting motion.On .
the way from Starke to Green Cove we encountered many r

trees everywhere.across the road. Sparking power lines and debris were L tneJ

We found Green Cove almost a ghost town. All the lights were
out, homes and businesses were boarded up. There was no signof SCENIC OC
life. Awnings including aluminum were whipping the wind like I
sheets on a line. -

We wanted to get closer to the highest winds of the storm whichat RIPPED HIGHWAY sign tells the story of what Hurircane Dora did to
that time were moving toward Jacksonville. On the road to I
St. Augustine. (Photo by Steve Freedman)
Jacksonville we were provided fireworks by the snapping of high
tension wleres. At one time a sparking wire tilt the windshieldof
the car and passed over the roof. We passed over three bridges.One Jacksonville a tree fell across the highway Just In front of us,
of them was wooden and the water was being forced up throughthe covering both lanes. Wa swerved off into a gas station to miss it. Peel MeetingThe
planks in Jets. Big sign boards were flattened. The rain was In St. Augustine we found major flooding. The damage was
very heavy. Visibility was very limited.As very severe. Steel motel signboards were leveled, roofs were
torn off and trees uprooted and l laying everywhere.One "unofficial" New Orange
we came Into Jacksonville, on the expressway we were Impressed were
by the darkness of the city. Since we knew an announcerat tree had been lifted and dropped upside down on a house Peel staff Is scheduled to holdan
a Jacksonville radio station we drove to the Atlantic Coast with Its three large branches cradling the whole house. Some impromptu meeting at 4:43:
Line building where the station has its broadcasting facilities. It trees were being held up by wires. p. m. Friday In Room 15 of
took both of us with the aid of a guard to open the door due to the On the way home on State Road 16 we were warned the bridge the Florida Union. All Inter-
force of the winds. at Green Cove was out. We decided to go on and get some pictures ested freshmen ,veteran
With special permission we were admitted to the broadcastingbooth anyway. When we got to the bridge It was In a watery mist barely staffers, and particularly beau-
and were Interviewed about what we had seen on the trip. visible. The water level was Just under the bridge and the bank tlful women are invited to attend -
had apparently dissolved into the river. We didn't see any damage according to staffer Don

We explained how when we stopped the car, wind would Inch the to the bridge so we started across. We stopped on the top to take Federroan, 4 AS.
car along the road sideways. Since we had Just passed throughthe some pictures of the raging river. We felt a swaying and realized
worst winds and they were yet to reach the Jacksonville that it was the bridge so we quickly drove on. As we came off the
area we told of what to expect. bridge we noticed that some of the road has washed away and the SAVE
After the Interview we decided to go to St. Augustine. On the road shoulder had disappeared into the river. A highway patrolman
at road block and told us that the river was flowing ON GATOR
way out of Jacksonville we saw mobile homes bent like bananas stopped us a
some laying on the sides In deep! water. Traveling about 30 m.p.h. under the asphalt approaches to the bridge He told us that he CLASSIFIEDS
on U.S. 1 at the Arlington expressway cutoff about 5 miles out of didn't see how it held the car.



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OPINI@N Honor System. Too Harsh? I IOne




.''4it ; "-i.,,, >..':_'' ;" '>"':'... ,\;/,. .0?' '" ( of a series) "intern?! record" is available to be given a falling grade on that

GERRY RICHMAN the Federal Government for high particular test. The Court would
Madness Reins Honor Court Chancellor security clearance determination, then (1) maintain Its own personal -
Supreme
Should students receive penalty and to the Boardof BarExaminers. file on the student which
hours and "black marks" on their Further, should a student with a would be destroyed upon the stu-
Being a newspaperman has always been exciting. permanent records for taking good average receive a falling dent's graduation, providng he is
But these last few dars: have been almost more excitementthan "one" answer, for stealing "one" grade In a course where he, Ina not again involved in an Honor
we bargained for. Hurricane Dora, 'acting every bit likea apple, or for panicking on a test weak moment, takes an answeror Court offense; (2) penalize second
woman," as our story said yesterday, pearly drove us batty. and cheating Just once? Evidently, two on a minor class quiz? offenders heavily; and (3) counsel
while the majority of students Or glances at a book during a lan- the student and possibly requirea
Every time we and the weathermen could decide on what she' would agree that such violations are guage laboratory quiz? Would It formal probationary period
was going to do next, Dora changed her Mind and did something wrong and should be penalized,they not be more just to merely fall where mature senior students
else. According to radar men, the storm moved like a jet plane also feel that the present systemIs the student on the quiz, providingno would be in a position to help the
with a drunk man at the stick too harsh.It. other violations are either then student and further insure that the

Wednesday night, the front page was being finished with a Is our feeling that the primary or subsequently brought to the student abides by the Honor System
banner headline reading, "Tigert OutsmafU fickle Dora." This purpose of the Honor CourtIs Court's attention? and has profited from his exper-
referred to the fact UP officials refused to call off classes twofold: (1) Penalize severely With this In mind, the following ience.
Wednesday and Dora was going to miss UF enough to act as a deterent to future change Is proposed, In rough Thus, the student in such cases
offenders, and (2) And more form: Where a student voluntarily, would have a real second chancel/
As we were putting the finishing touches on this, the word Importantly to teach the studentto after being notified by another his record would not be marred;
came that Dora had slowed and "might be" zeroing back in on think before he acts, and to student and given twenty-four the grades of other classmates
the Century Tower.Pandemonium allow the student to learn and hours to report his violation, (In where a "curve" is Involved would
profit from his mistakes. A per accordance with the change mentioned not be adversely affected; the stu-
erupted In our offices. Our printers were waiting manent penalty notation Is harsh in the Immediately pre- dent's overall average would not
In Leesburg, 70 wind-blown miles south baye Piche, whose jobIt for a minor offense. This Is some ceedlng article) does report his suffer for one comparatively minor
was to drive his tiny compact car and trailer down there and what mitigated by the recommendation violation to the Honor Court;where mistake; and the purpose of the
back every night, was getting a little queasHe /. of the Court that the pen the violation Is minor and was not Honor System to help, not hurt,
alty notation be removed from the pre mediated In the sense of having the student under the system.
said he wanted someone to go with him, a decision that student's record upon graduation, been planned with others or the would be served.
caused the editor to get even more queasy Tpe editor, managing Implicitly conditioned upon "good result of a carefully drawn "cheat I believe that this proposed new
editor and an editorial assistant, Don Fe trip tuesday night to assist Piche and help in case of emergency. the University President, the violation student has a clean record and the form of a constitutional amend-
They wanted no part of another trip.It may thus be removed from is, to the satisfaction of the Court, ment, along with the proposed
the student's general transcript.It not Involved In any other violations; change regarding the notification
was after 11 p.m. The campus police were wiled. They weren't can never, however, be removed then the Court should be able to of the Court and a twentyfourhour
aware of the storm's change, which by DOW was fairly pronounced. from his "Internal" record whichIs refrain from filing charges,hold an wait, could result in greatly
Changes In Page One were begun with what fragmentary: factswe available where closer scrutiny Informal summary hearing, and increased cooperation by the Student
could gather. No one .- from UF P>0*. J. Wayne Reitz to of the student is necessary than recommend to the professor involved Body, and In Improved,
the U. S. Weather Bureau -.. seemed to know where Dora was would be the case in general that the student has admit- EFFECTIVE Honor System. What
aiming herself, next. employment. For example, theHurricane ted cheating on this test and should do you think?

Finally, at almost 11:30, the administration began to move.
Reitz went to the radar tracking station or campus and called Platt GetsFellowship
Harold Riker, director of dousing, and Calvin Greene, head of
EditionDue
Plants and Grounds. These two men headed up all UF storm
activity.

A midnight meeting between those two resulted In the orderto
to the Inconveniences caused by inclement weather and W. J. Patti, 1964 'graduate of
clear out the Flavet Villages and other woodefl-frame buildings. the lln_tatlons of space in today's Alligator, the editorial page UF In biology, has been named

People were routed out of bed; the gym and the union were is forced to share its space with the news department.In recipient of two fellowships for
opened. Dora, It seemed, was on the way. the future, the editorial page of The Alligator on Fridays graduate work at Cornell
will appear much like that of other days of the week, including University, according to the
Reitz said the decision en classes would: hi made by UF Vice the much-reoiiested column by UF Journalism professor Agricultural News Service.
Pres. Harry Philpott at 6 a.ro. Don Grooms. The Sports Page was also eliminated. Platt was awarded a Woodrow

Wilson fellowship and Cornell's
"They're crazy," the editor thought, and piled In the car with Andrew White fellowship. He will
Federman and Piche for Leesburg. It was 1 A.m
Hurricane use them to seek his Ph.D. degreein
News Briefs
The trip down and back was an experience never to be forgotten biology. He will study under Dr.
On the way back, just as the sun's rays were lighting a wind-swept James Layne, former associate
Payne's Prairie, we heard over the radio that classes were professor of biology at UF and now
canceled. $2 MILLION LOSSESST. FARM LOSSES LIGHT with Cornell's biology department.A .
member of Phi Kappa Phi,
Good old Ub It's all heart. PETERSBURG (UPI) WASHINGTON (UPI) The Phi Eta Sigma, and Sigma Ysl
The All-State Insurance Co. Agriculture Department said while at UF, Platt completed half
The FloridaALLIGATOR of Florida said yesterday its yesterday losses to Florida the research required for his
damage claims Jacksonville citrus from Hurricane Dora doctorate. He selected for his
and rural county alone from are expected to be light. research the shrew, the animal
Hurricane Dora could run as The department said dam with the highest rate of meta-
high as $2 million. age from Hurricane Cleo bolism.
Served by United Press International which swept up the coast Aug.
26-27 was confined primarilyto
Editor ...........,*..... Walker Lundy TROOPS LEAVE EGLIN loss of fruit.TAMPA ClassesFree
Managing Editor ...... .;..,.......Joel Gaston Spanish
Executive Editor ...:.......,.....Ron Spencer EG LIN AFB (UPI) More POWER FAILS
Assistant Managing Editor ........ .Benny Cason than 1,000 trucks rolled out Spanish classes.will be
Assistant Managing Editor .....,...Dave Berkowitz of this sprawling military reservation TAMPA (UPI) Power in organized for adults. Registration -
Editorial Page Editor ........,,,..Jim Hammock yesterday bearing downtown Tampa and nearby Is Friday for advanced
Sports Editor ....,..Glenn: Laney 4,500 soldiers fleeing from residential areas was knockedout students at 7 p. m. In room
City Editor .".,.. ..Skip Havlser Hurricane Dora. Theyformedthree for about an hour yesterday M423 of the J. Wills Miller
Campus Living Editor .....,....,.Jackie Cornelius separate convoys, each when the fringe winds of Health Center. Registration fee
15 miles in length, for a trip Hurricane
Dora blew -
a tree Is $1. The project is sponbyjthe
Editorial Assistants .... Steve Vaughn,TovA levine,Jim Cnatello, to Ft. Rucker near Dothan limb into a Tampa Electric Alachua County Adult
Ann Carter, Don Federman, Ala. Co. substation. Program.

Reporters .. Ed Barber (Tigert Hall Bet Chief), Patti Pita -
(Student Government Beat Chief, Frank Shepherd, Eunice Tall Bar Store
Cynthia Tunstall, Sue Hiofsted, Agnes Fowle, Bob Deloach, Razed By Night/ FireA I
Fran Snider, George Mlms, Ernie UU, Sheldon Clment, Gerald
Jones, Bill Sadowski, Donal Decker, Joan Gaston, Dan MowUray,
Judy Knight, Ami Saperstelft, Edwin BrowDrJtf, Evan Langbein, fire completely destroyed the behind
Joe Waldorf Steve Keating Yvett Cardoso, Greg Seltz, John Tacoma Bar and an adjoining yesterday that a complete were in a small cottagethe
Medleln, John McDonough Holly Howard David Kennedy, Chris general store, six miles south of as investigation the would be held as soon destroyed building, according cottage
Hundley, Thelma Mossman, Harold Aldrich, Marjorie Cues Gainesville, around 11 p.m. sheriff's rain stopped. He said the to sheriffs officials. The damaged
Hall Cain, Pam Brown, Jeffrey Denkewaltef, Vincent Schaefer, Wednesday, according to reportsof the entire department was handling was only slightly department'Deputy
M rtv Berlansjeln, William Doe, Richard tyckaert, Dick Dennis, the Gainesville Fire Departmentand marshals Investigation and fire according to the fire the
Lee AU&under. Jim Clartot, Jo McNltt the Alachua County Sheriffs have not been called. Fred Duke was at
Office. scene of the blaze approximately!
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the ofUll student newspaper The bar and store are owned 10 minutes after Mrs. Beck1Vith

of the University of Florida and U published five times weekly Dudley Garrett: chief of the by DeShalse Harry Beckwith and Camllle called, and the roof of the build Garrett
except during May June and July when It i* published *e",l- uniform division of the sheriff's sheriff, according to the was already collapsing:
weekly. Only editorials represent the official oplUoo of The office, said there was no estimate office. reported.
Alligator. Columns represent only the opinions of their authors. of damage rod the cause is Mrs. Harry Beckwith called.the The Gainesville Fire
sheriffs "ttb
The Alligator Is entered *a second class matter at the United unknown. after office at about 11 p.m. Department put out the fire
States Post Office at Gainesrille. ? I Garrett: told The Alligator beard DeSha1se reported ae the assistance ofbe FlorK
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bugs, awake! award as first prize a$15 purchaseat and Graham, Broward and WASHINGTON(UPIHurricane Cleo's name presumably figured
Enter the Morale Commission- the bookstore to the student who Jennings Trl-Shops. Dora's visit to the Kennedy Space that nobody in headquarters ever
sponsored'Spirit Cap' contest and comes up with the most clever A Morale Commission member Flight Center In Florida reads all the way through such
turn those novel ideas Into cash and unusual use for the 'Spirit made several suggestions on how Wednesday not only was unauthor- reports lie was wrong.
prizes. Cap'. Second best idea wins $10 to use the cap In a novel way. ized but expressly forbidden. A reply signed "Director of
Sam Getsen, director of the worth of merchandise and third These include a marble bag, lamp All field centers of the National Launch Vehicle and Propulsion
Campus Shop and Bookstore, will best idea wins a $5 purchase. shade, or small clothes hamper. Aeronautics and Space division, Office of Space Science
'Spirit Caps' display UF seal Original Ideas on uses for the Administration (NASA) are and Application, National Aero-
In orange and blue, and are worn cap are to be printed on an Index required to send routine reportsto hautlcs and Space
to show college spirit. The Morale card in 25 words or less and Washington headquarters,noting Administration" said:
PATRONIZE Commission Is sponsoring the deposited in the contest boxes among other things,visitors duringthe "No visits for H. Cleo or
contest to "Inspire pride In UF which will be located at the preceding week.In associates In future."
traditions and to rid the campusof Bookstore, Graham, Broward, and Nevertheless H. Dora, not
GATOR Its notorious apathetic attitudes Jennings Tri-Shops and on the a report from Cape Kennedylast merely an associate but a violent
toward student government." third floor of the Florida Union. week, the name "H. Cleo" follower of II. Cleo, crashed the
ADVERTISERSFIRST Caps are $1 each and can be The contest begins today and appeared among the visitors for gate Wednesday at NASA's big
bought at the Campus Bookstore ends Friday, (Sept. 25). Aug. 27. Whoever stuck In II. launch center.


Welcome Back Phi Kappa PsiEstablishes





Our Record Buying Friends! UF ChapterThe



Many thanks for making our last year so successful. Our Interfraternity Council his

selection of jazz, popular and classical albums are still tops established Psi social fraternity a chapter of on Phi the Kappa cam-

BAPTIST and are available at these discount prices: pus, Increasing the number of
fraternal organizations to 27, according -
CHURCH Record Bar to David Hague, undergraduate -

425 W. University Ave. RETAIL PRICE DISCOUNT PRICE ternity. representative of the fra-

warmly invites you to make 3.98 2.98 IFC's President's Council,com-
the healthy Church habit posed of the presidents of each
fraternity, chose Phi Psl from a
this year. 4.98 3.98 field of four organization Invitedto
4.98 UF for presentations. Upon PhiPIt'
5.98
acceptance Hague
Our bus leaves: At: transferred from West Virginia

Yulee Area: . 9:22 Please opportunity to serve University to establish a colony
give us an
and to organize alumni participation -
Broward-Rawlings 9:24
rush, and pledging
Jennings Hall 9:26 your record needs "Although th, fraternity has no
Hume-Graham .9:28 house as yet, present plans call
for the establishment of a small,
Tolbert-East ". 9:30 cohesive colony which will attain
Murphree-Thomas .9:32 chapter staus by Spring, 1003. It
Is hoped that by that time mem-
Baptist Student
bership will have reached 25,the
Center . .9:35 -'<- ...-. .. minimum requirement of IFC and
Georgia Seagle the fraternity," Hague said.
Phi Kappa Psl was founded by
Hall . .9:38 William Letterman and Charles
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 0CO lLs4 Moore In 1852 at Jefferson College -

Bible Lecture Group tf In Cannonsburg now has 45,000, Pa. The InitiatesIn fraternity .

Discussions on the con- 923 UNIV. AVE. 43 universities and colleges.
Phi Psl has 600 alumni In Flo-
releance
temporary of
rida and has several alumni associations -
the Bible. Free Parking In Rear In the state. Among Us
MORNING alumni, Phi Psl claims President
Woodrow Wilson, General Dllly
WORSHIP. Mitchell, and author James Thur-
ber.
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Mrs. F/avef/ /II'/ JudgingIn


I CLASSIFIEDSAutos I II Final Preparation



Final preparations are now being will be provided by a local folk
For RentEIGHT
I --1 : I I For Sale I
made for the annual Mrs. Flavet singing group and a man from the
III Contest, to be held next Friday, local boy's club. Admission will
1960 COKvAut, uooa condition. 1964 CH1CKASHA Mobile home, 2 Sept. 18, at 8 p.m. In the Flavet be free, and a door prize will be
Economical three speed trans- Room unfurnished house. bedroom 50x10 equipped on lot. III Recreation Hall. given away.
mission. Need cash $375. Call Stove and refrigerator Included. Win sell for equity and resume The Contest winner will repre-
John Taylor 3769204.(G-3-5t-p). Family preferred. $75: per month. payments. Call 2-7798jA-3-3t-c). sent Flavet in In the Mrs. UF DoraForcesHC
Call 2-0243 after 5. (B-l-tf-c). I __ contest, according to Mrs.Beverly
1957 PONTIAC Station Wagon MUST SELL 4 dinette chairs Marchelos, committee chair-
2-door blue and white. Good MOBILE HOME Space.' Progress mahogany finish, excellent woman for the contest. Contest DelayThe
condition with very clean Interior. Mobile Home Park. 6 miles North condition, very attractive. can FR Sponsored by the Trivettes and
$450. See Jim Fine after 5:30 at U.s. 441. Phone 462-1660.Charles 6-5370 after 5. A good buy at the Village Commission, the third annual Homecoming
1808 1/2 N.W. 1st AYe./ -Z-3t-p). Norris, Manager.(B-l-9t-c). $5.00 each.(A-3-2t-c). annual contest already has eight Sweetheart Contest, scheduled to
contestants, all wives of UF be held at Silver Springs Saturday
'l962'COMET with radio and heater CAMERAS: Retina me with built- students. has been postponed until Saturday,
for sale by owner. $1200. See at in meter; Miranda "D" single The judges for the contest will September 26.
247T Flavet.in' after. G-l-5t-c). I ServicesEXPERIENCED I lens reflex; 250 mm telephoto for be Dr. Thomas Abbott, director This announcement came early
Miranda. Call Arnold at 2-1771 of the Speech and Hearing Clinic; Thursday from the Florida Blue
1959 CHEVROLET IMPALA after 7 p.m. (A-3-3t-p). Mrs. Carolyn Carol, reporter for Key Office.
Convertible, power brakes and ..-.r---. -. the Florida Times-Union; and Postponement of the contest
steering, new engine. Price $995. White housewife 1962 ZUNDAPP, Elec. starter; William Donigan, owner of came as the result of damages
Call 4852365. (G-1-5t-c). desires days work.wm sew, cook, excellent condition.$375.Ca11466- Donigan's clothing store. This caused by Hurricane Dora at
and clean house.References avail- 3237, Mlcanopy.(A-2-3t-p). year's winner will be crowned by Silver Springs, site of the contest,
I Help WantedPOSITIONS I able. Write to S. Kosslan, Rt. 2, the runner-up of last year's Mrs. according to Ron aFace, president -
Box 341F, Galnesvffle.M-3-5t-c). STEREO Portable Magnavox, like UF contest. of Florida Blue Key.
new, twin speakersJSacrlflce $75. Deadline date for entrants to
open In Gainesville FREE Budget book and INSURED can Mr. Mason at 6-6461 anytimeor The contest rules are: register with the Homecoming
Boys Club In Wood Shop, Crafts, Savings Information for married 2-5940 after 6 p.m/A-l-4t-c). Contestants must be married,must office, 314 Florida Union, will be
physical, Games Room, couples. No obligation. Phone 376- r- be over 18 years old, and must be extended to Thursday.
Registration. Afternoons 9783 between 1 and 4 p.m. residents of Flavet III at the time Information concerning entry In
Saturdays. Call Mr. Dobbs, FR (M-l-lOt-c). f Wanted J j of the closing date for applications, the contest and entrant's
25341. (E-l-tf-c). Sept. 15. There will be prizes for application forms will be avail
OPENING FOR an Infant or the winner and for the runnersup.Said able In the Florida Blue Key office
preschool children. References WANTED Sales Manager for Mrs. Marchelos, "One of through the deadline date. Those
Ends Sat-T1me.1-3-5-7-9 furnished. Call FR 6-7673 for student publications. Studying the purposes of this contest Is to who have already been enteredIn
appolntment.No phone Interviews. accounting with 6 hours minimumto try to change the popular student the competition need not submit
I 51'Attj (M-l-5t-c). date This Is a trainee position opinion that the married studentsare another entry form.
leading to the position of business just a bunch of old people The contest will be held at
WILL CARE FOR a child 3 yearsor manager of student publications.Pay returning to college to get an Silver Springs on the new date,
older In my home. Nice fenced Is $10.00 per. week for sales education because, really, this Is Saturday, September 26. Entrants
i In yard and meals served. manager job. Apply student not true. should check with the Homecomingoffice
EN
UINN'I Reasonable rates. CaU FR 26623. publications office In the Florida Anyone Interested Is Invited to concerning a new time
(M-2-tf-nc). Union. (C-3-tf-nc\ attend the contest. Entertainment schedule.

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Miller \<,
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Dee Reminisces rj':

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think of the wonderful alumni Kennedy, UF Student Body Presi- .,' .j!
and the amazing Florida dent, who will soon graduate from '\ .
which they bring back with Law School. f
_
Jber It's all so marvelous," Dee How did the campus "dream .
sounded. couple" meet? "I met Ken -t
She questioned concerning the during my competition for _
game Dee laughed, Sweetheart," Dee chirped. "He's
. hope that our new Sweet- my Prince Charming'."
will know more about No sooner had Dee Miller
Dee) !" finished her statement, than Ken I
f iced who will crown the new UF Kennedy rang the front doorbell
f t the Sweetheart, analyzed
lid tame."I qualities which she will look IIPublication -
ettable "She certainly should have
[>ast be capable of meeting and
[ i'i with people, and be morally r & 'a.

round spiritually strong. She should __ _T-' .
representative of UF girls,
.nayors re through and through." CompetitionHeld ALLIGATOR STAFFER Patti Pitz beams radiantly as

continued the conversation she holds aloft the Student Publications Service Trophy,
"1 a personal basis, "I will the most
the accumulating
annually presented to sorority .
went from the school of nursing AgainCompetition
spring and I plan to be married points via work in publications. (Photo by Nick Arroyo)

end of April or In May." for Student
football Whom? Who else but Ken
Publication service trophies will
i be held again this year. Council Qualifying
We Feature Trophies are awarded each yearto I
the sorority or fraternity which
spends the most hours helping AnnouncedDeadline
NEW & USED GUARANTEEDTYPEWRITERS Deadline
student publications In selling The
Seminole, UF yearbook and The
New Orange Peel, UF humor for qualifying for the 2; Graham, 2; Droward, 2)
magazine.Jim Oct. 1 Legislative Council electionsis Jennings, 2; Yulee, Ij Rawllngs, 1;
Weir, business manager 3 p.m., Friday, Sept. 18, Secretary Flavet I, 1; Flavet II, 1; Flavet
for Student Publications, awarded of Interior Marty Schwartz III, 1; Schucht, 1; Corry, 1; Off-
ALL MAKES & MODELS last year's trophy to Delta Gamma announced yesterday.A campus 10.Solons.
sorority. Delta Gamma worked a total of 30 Legislative Council
total of 159 hours for the publications members will be elected In the
Portables Standards office. annual fall election,Schwartz said. Refuse
Alpha Chi Omega and Sigma The new members will represent
Electric & Manual Kappa finished second and third, living areas, both off-campus and
respectively. Zeta Tau Alpha and on-campus. Twenty on-campus ReapportionmentPostponement
Chi Omega received honorable eats are up for election, In
Office Co. mention. addition to 10 off-campus seats.
University Equipment Over 1500 Seminoles and 15,000 The 10 off-campus seats include

2727 N.W. 6th ST.-Phone 372-0963 Orange Peels were sold by the. sororities, fraternities and WASHINGTON (UPI The
sororities last
competing year."Gainesville's living organizations.
Independent Senate refused Thursday to shelvelegislation
Each spring 40 members art to postpone legislative
elected from the various colleges apportionment. But It also
and from the freshman and refused to halt talkathon against
sophomore classes. A full
the proposal.The .
strength, the council nur Sera 70 vote against a motion to
members.In kill the proposal
table and thus
order to qualify,students must was 49 to 38. ...
possess academic averages,of 2.0 This came after the Senate had
inn better and live in the area
vTh or overwhelmingly refused to gag a
a werSt they represent. In addition, pros- "baby filibuster" against the
pective members must have beena legislation by liberal lenators.
member of the student body The roll call vote on the
for at least one trimester. A cloturemotion to Impose thecae
qualifying fee of $4 must be paidto rule was 63 to 30 against.
Student Government Treasurer This meant that Senate Republican
Fred Lane prior to the September Leader Everett M. Dirkien failed
18 deadline. to get even one-third approval

The area breakdown on the seats his proposal.A .
Finest"a open In the fall election Us two-thirds vote It needed to

Murphree, 31; Tolbert, 2; Hume, apply cloture.Mcrcfoton .


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T he Florida Ine~rsty S HE tDEP SOUTH Pnnrdc,, $ f1NFS1 COLLEGE DAft" Weakened Dora RI (rreally wetkenied HurT tc un I ITi me11 Io thr North F lorida penirisul. yesttr-I. sprvrfing h PC Qser I Atie ii with gale torne wlnd, Lfnd heivy r ain. 'Ile 'dorm at 7 p.m. VesterIt av wa .' tsi I bouit 45 mil r southeast of Tallatam-e,. LDora war, expected to contiiiue on a ~w-,twiard ceturse it 'hout eight mile, per hour which would h sV. liken it over the ApaI e lBay early last night. Highest winIds wilr. btr.4b hurrh t nt (lrt over the bay, but on laixi highest gtists 11(d nOt eet mUTU.p.h. EARIlEtk iu th. lay, Lkur I hAd rreted lhe he tvily-popultid Northvast (oist or ,iorid.' to shambhles wtth her vicious IS5 m.p.h. wiini\, L U fool tidN ( oupledt w Ph 2$ tco w iv, and hi iv) rains totalling from 10 to 15 inches. From Dayton. Beach to Brunswick, Ga., the si ent' wjs the samrer with homes urnroofed kiavinig thi.uStudents Take sands without shelte, rurns and cottages undermined and top., *.pled into the ocean by pounding Wi. a ire p into surf and high tides, fishing piers reduced to bar,' stubs and amuseTflpft park ferris wheels smashed T eetlh Of Do ra into twisted hunks. In all, over 400 miles of coastline was affected (SEE PAGE 3) and damage was in the tens of millions. Other areas of north Florida were rjr more fortunate as Dora's winds dropped rapidly upon moving inland. Ginesyille, at one time less than IS miles from the eye, reported highest gusts .t about 55 mtp.h., though rainfall was heavy and some lines and trees were down. WHE THER DORA would reintensify when she moved over the open gulf waters could not be forecast since her eye had become very diffuse. Meanwhile, residents of central Florida were advised to keep in toutch with future advisories concerning Hurricane EtheL. State * Welcome V UFer BIL L WEL LS Little Dam liy N~AN(Y FIRA( IkY Editorial Assistant rTe (IF sloshed through an tmprompvtu ho lida y yesterday when the aftermath rains of Hurricane Dorn dumped themselves on the campus. Damage, however, was slight. While most of Northeast Florida battled hurricane winds, tides, and rains, the Gainesville area escaped, for the most part only drenched and dripping. Dora, BA TT LES' DORA I N JOH NSON LOU NGE F ( T'h. heavy rins dgil.' for, e winds left the eimptis slightly dibeveled, but tIllI Intact. Th. grounds were littered with leavi's, branches and nmos .The anU lent building. rode out 1kh' storm lk. veterans. Calvin Greene, director of Plants and Grounds, said yesterday the only damage to the campus was a number of fallen trees and on,' fallen power line In flavet Ill. He said since most of the Ulls power lines are wndergroujnd, Rat Fink Namd WASHINGTON(UPI) -President Johnson last night declared as "major disaster areas" the part. of Florida and Geornia hard hit by Hurricane Dora. The White House announced Johnson 18 dIspatching Edward McDbrmott, director of the Office of Emergency Planning to meet today with Got. Carl Sanders Sf Georgia and Gay. Parris Bryant. McDermott will be accompanied by James Collins, president of the American Red Cross and daj. Gen. Robert McDonnell, deputy chief of the United States Army Engineers. They will leane Washington by plane at 9:30 a. m. EDT today to meet with Bryant .t Jacksonville at l0:d5 a. *. and with Go. Sander. at 4:45 p. en. at Brunswick, Ga. 'I. i.reidenr's annowicemelt inkes residents of the storm ra.waged area eligible for .warit? .f gor.S.s n-.di thirh -e ahl. President's Retreat Set The main tread of te have been sent to various .tudant, at so. phases S different Eascasian. flor th. sixth annal admnlstrathve nd fac.ltylars, p r oble m.a co ne r n ing the P isinS' Retreat win be the the flveruity expects slout 60 university sad the giadnt body and ,n.nsuty of .duratia,. according persoes to attend. the stgeted remedies for these to Lester L. IHale, dema of Stient Affr. Hale 'ad a frtlb th nversIty I, coner.d there Is noreasoc for not holdiq the retreat this weeksad becas. Sf H urricane Hale said the wniverulty tried to gets n-partisan eron-sectimn of leader. "lb. chlefpro.ottb. retreat being heM at the begisnag of the year." s aid lisle. "is to gII,. the prnbiem. He said the retreat I. naS lntsndd flor ladern to t each b *pectflc courses of acdios wetCe ruing the iniwerslty. "Diacusslo. sesaloC. to be held tIZey suarv ivedi undamaged. I'i.,its .kfldGEOtundI? irewmienhigat tapI ii,.h lirge plait. glass wind,,ws on campus Tuesday. This was dune to .ivuld flying glass If the w iido w 5 shattered, Green. nald. H, added noreportofbroken ElM.s anywhere on campus. The c i ty apvarenhly rnceivS only minwr damage also. City Polic, said they received nc reports of vandalism. Th. ftr. department reported three Air. which wppsrently started from electric wiring shortages. Florida Power Corp. said nevera few were main lines. Th, company expected to have .11 power restored by 5 p.nm. 1)amag. to the telephone. system in th. county wa, also slight. Tb. phone company said about 750 phones wer, out of order aurnq the dtorm and that local crew. would have them fined by today. The Alarhisa General Hospitai and J. 111111. MIIIer Helth Cattar carried on -s 'ust rrt only slight increases In the number .2 staff member' on duty. Alschua General placed number of person. on call for the blood blak. Neither hospital or the LIP inimary reported .oy injuries as a direct result of lbh. hurrica. Villeager Evacuat HALl. CAIN The imnhinett threat of Hurrtcane Dor' tary forced Flavet Iii resident. to saek shebe ba Florida G ym ,early Wenday iorniw. The drtoneS to'ae verumes pOf .late w alerted to .ncawte e t.lrns df campis police sad fire whbich. emt their .hfll .creaa, into the gale C-I bested .1gh1. Pinse m, I.geSt sectimi Sf bempoisiy marrfrd utuio flutug, flS III d.UFe of beth cauMh In the omslaugM of Dona's 1 to S15 m.pkh. winda. '& 0 I age Reported Y ou Meeting Set The flrnt fail meetit Sf the iaglsiatve Co.ed) wOll be held St :20 p.m., Tuesday In Room SU4erthe Pldrid. Uian. flddy BSkis., chairman of the Rakes and C aleadar r. -..n.ed al n r.ea.t

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or y 8J~-* "~ki L.xit, I Villagers Frm Pcge U The precarious swaying of tle village oaks and pines forced Dr. Harold Riker, director of housig to begin plans for evacuation. The main floor of Florida Gym became a haven from th, storm as the Village'8 families battened down for th. approaching storm. The major problem was finding a contfortabfr spot to bed down for the night. Gym mats, usually associated with th, groan, of wrestler and gymnists, became not so luxurious beds for the evacus. As the storm droned on Into the early hours of Wednesday, Bill Hester, deputy mayor of Flavet mI, toured the gym floor encourag4 (ConiKnued -q Without

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Two UF Student's See Anger I) C I -hour tt4) thfrlad 0 '4K r'm. We got in (h r *1a te irutl ilL I,*m l i t. it W' knots. We deridiul to go jo P l tk. aNro thw tn ige V wise out, but decided we would me mir. If we weEnt (I Ph. hiurrw in. On the radio we fouid that Green (ovi >prIng us going to txperlence the highest wind, in ihouit in. thur, so we h, ie tward Green Cove. Just outside St irk., we found winds in txcps, of 90 mn.p.h. Our compact car was rocking In the winds in a twistilnc notion. On the way from Starke to Green Cove we eeicountered many trees across the road. Sparking power line and (frbrts were everywhere. we found Green Cove atnmost 3 ghost town. A I the lIgIhts were out, homes and bu.,inksses were boarded up. There wais no sign of life. Awnings Including alumninumr were whipping in the wind like sheets on a line. We wanted to get (loser to the highest winds of the stornm which at that time were moving toward Ja' ksonivtlle. On the road to Jacksonville we were provided fireworks by the snapping of high tension wieres. At one time a sparking wire hit Ihi windshield of the car and passed over theroof. We passed over three bridges. One of them was wooden and the water was being forc.'d up through the planks in jets. Big sign hoards were flattened. The rain wAS very heavy. Visibility was very limited. As we came Into .Jacksonville on the expressway we were im-. pressed by the darkness of the c 1t. Since we knew an announcer at a Jacksonville radio station we drove to the Atlantic Coast Line building where the station has its broadcasting facilities. it took both of us with the aid of a guard to open the door due to the force of the winds. With special permission we were admitted to the broadcasting booth and were Interviewed about what we had seen on the trip. We explained how when we stopped the car, wind would inch the car along the road sideways, Since we had just passed through the nrst winds and they were yet to reach the Jaicksonville area we told of what to expect. After the interview we decided to go to St. Auguistine. On the way out of Jacksonville we s2w mobile homes bent like bananas some laying on the sides in deep water. Traveling about 30 mn.p.h. on -.z, I at the Arlington expressway cutoff about S mites out of TWO Jacksonville, .a tree roll ,cr oss the highway just II, front or u%, covertnghoth lanes We swerved off Into a gas %titiOnh to nibs It. in St. Augustine we found major flooding. bhe dinm ige was very severe. Steel iott'l sigrihoard$ wery leveled, roof% wet.' torn off, and tries were uprooted andi laying cvelwwter, One t rev had been lifted and d ropprd ups ide ICWTI On A hlit US wit?, its three large branche,. cradling the whole house. Some trees were being held up by wires. On the way home on State Road !6 -wtre w.Irfled the hrtigp at Green Cove was out. We decided to go on and get sonw pictures anyway. When we got to the bridge it wa in .u watery nmist tntrdy visible. The watr level wa. juNI under the bridge anti thet birth had apparently dissolved into iihe jiver. We didn't SOC lily damage to the bridge so w* started across. We stopped on the top to take some pictures of the raging river, We felt a swaying and r,.lited that It was the bridge sonw quickly drove on. As w, came cuff the bridge we noticed that 'orne of the road has washed away and the road shoulder had disappeared Into th* river. A highway pAttOlmanl stopped us at a rmad block arid told us that the river wa' flowing under the asphalt approaches to the bridge. lie told us that he didn't see how it held the car. FINE l'h. "unofficial'' New~r.ng. Iee dst is 'cheduleti to hold i nimproilnptu mie ting it 4:45 p. m. Friday ITI [oom 15 of the Ftc rid. Union. All Inter strd i Irosahm sr ,v eto r an staffer, and p.rticularlyheau11(1*1 women arN lnvfled to attrnd, according to staffer, Don Kedernman, 4 AS. $AVE CL ASSIFIEDS OLD UNIVERSTIY OF FLORIDA FOUNDED 1853 INSTITUTIONS. ..We who have a heritage from both would like to take this opportunity to welcome back old friends & new acquaintances. I g NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL FOUNDED 1857 JIM A GE CAMPUS COO NCY PER DIREC TOR REP RESENT ATIVES 8 RIPPED HIGHWAY sign tells the story of whot Hurircane Dorw did to St .Augustine. (Photo by Steve Freedmon) Dora's

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() p I NL oN Honor System Too Harsh aIIIEtl4(' fl iiIeo h .Awspairrntr I. ],,I$ys h. n But thes. last few Itvs liiv"r ii ,an we b-irginpd for. fliarricins baor Womilin," .us our story id yesterdImy El4Ik4'ilce V It Itt In t ini1 .l'' o t etrig every hit lik ily dt ov, ILs batty. 1.very t Im11* we ind thp weatther r1et vobll 'Iid, cii whi te L was going to rio tnext, iDot changed hfr frl d t1 il something else. According to railar fnea, thp stori proved like a jet plane with drunk man it the stick,. Wednesday night, the front page was driving banner headline reading, "Tigert ()itsmtiet FI'k referred to the fact Ut officials rebfusrJ to Wednesday and Dor' a,, going to miss UJ,. As we were putting the came thdit Dora had Ilowid the Century Tower. finished with le [)ora.'' This call off via,,e 'r finishing touthe6 on thks, the word and 'might 1w' zeroing hjck In Oh Pandemonium erupted In out offices. Gut printers we in Leesburg, 70 wind-blown mikes south. havQ Piche, It was to drive his tiny compact rar ai tr~giler down back every night, was getting a little queany,. re wJItlngR whose job there and He said he wanted someone tc go witil rim, a decision that caused the editor to get efen more riueusy. rTle editor, managing editor and an editorial assistant. Von Fedettflw, had made the trip tuesday night to assist Piche and help in Cask of emergency. They wanted no part of another trip. It was after II p.m. The campus police wete cAled. They weren't aware of the storm's change, which by now wns fairly proowwed. Changes in Page One were betwn with what fragmentary hacts -e could gather. No one -iron. UF Pme. .1. Wayne Reitt to the U. S. Weather Bureau -seemed to gnMw where Dora was aiming herself next. Finally, at almost 11:30, the a.dmnistratio' begai to Wove. Reiti went to the radar Iraching station, rn carwpus and called HareMd Riker, director of hiotuing, and Calvin Greene, head of Plinks and Grounds. These two men heAded tip all UFW storm actiity A midnight meeting between those two resulted In the order to clear out the Planet Villagra ad other wodeu1-tranme buildings. People were roufrd out of bed; tihe ;yma and the unton, were opened. Dora, it seemed, was on the way. Heitz said the decisIon vin classes would be hulde by UIF Vice Pres. Harry Philpott at 6 atm. "They're crazy," the editor tho'ight, and piled In the car with Federman and Piche for Leesburg. It Wins I A.ti,. Trh, trip domi and back was an ezceriench never to be forgotten. On the way back, Just as the sun's rays were lighting a wind-swept Paylie's Prairie, we heard over the radio that classes were canceled. Good old HI. It's all heart. The e Florid ALLIGATORA Served by United Prens Interntatioftal Editor ..Walker Liuldy Managliw Editor .........a.eI Gsson E zecutive Editor ...*. ...........on Spencer Assistant Managing Editor .,.BetmyCao, Assistant Managing Editor ..,.Dav.Berkowtz Editorial Pag. Editor .,.,.,.Jlm HainOck Sports Editor .,.Gln aey City Editor .,. .Skip Haviser Campws Living Editor .Jackle Corneliusm EdItcrINl Assistants -Steve Vaughn,'Thval.evle,JirnL stedo, Am. Carter, Don Federmai, Reporters -Ed Barter (ligert 11.11 Best Chief), Patti Pit. (Staet Oowernment Doat Chief), rnk Stwpberd, Eunice Tall, Cynthia Tuhll,% Sie liaqgand, Agnes fowlti, Bob Ibloarh., Fran hider, George Mimi, trile Lit., Sheldoni Ctment, Gerad JOINS, Bill hadowski, Dons! Decker, Jaw 6.stoo, Don lowbray, Judy Knight, Ami Seserstob., Edwin BrownrIes, EVam LaligheIn, Jo. waldorf, Stnv Keatlr4, Yleti Cardtto, Greg Seit., John Medlein, John McDomoqgh, holly Howard, flrId Keiwedy, Chris Huskly, 'Thelma Macsmart, Nlarold AldIICM, Marjorie Gii,. Hall Cain, P.m Brown, Iefrey Deskewaitar, Vincent Schaefler, GERRt QI(MEt Honor Court ChoncYO .il I m i -' '' "oin a sr fir t l pp or lot p ikr '<'m i ted indl itatiig just Gint. de while the m t jor Ity o( stidgnts would .gre tt.i t SUclh viol tluiVre wrong and should hb pen.i lied, thly also feeI th.,t tile pr.'wnt Wy5tefl is too harsh. It is our !eCIIItg th it tile pitmatry purpo ,e of t. lionoi ( our' IS twofold: (I) Penili ze severely enough to act as deterelt to uture offenders, and (2) -Arid mhur. importantly -to teach h the student to think before he acts, I nd to fllow the ,t dent to Icirri mnd profit from his mistakes. A permanent penalty notation Is b trsh ror a minor offense. TIs is somewhat mitigated by the recoin mendation of the Court that the perally notation be removed from the student's record upon graduation, implicitly condItioned upon 'good behavior."' At the discretion of the University President, the violation may thus be removed from the student's general transcript. It can never, however, be removed fran, his "internal" record which is available where closer scrutiny of the student is necessary than would be t he c as e in general employment. For example, tle Hurricane N n a d ii tJud tl vith I s ' .-o a i ung 1R H nmint, ItRS ,In lthwe' ttl two f It TtI]lnt cI 5 quiz' F Fr 'I incs it t ook cluing aagi e I ibnt stor y Jum! Would it tin Ne moire ruzM to merely fail th,. student on the Iui?, providing no other vioI hts ire either then or siubw que nt Iy brought to the WIth this in mind, the followlng ehinge Is proposed, in rough torm: where a student voluntarily, after being notified by another studleit andI given twenty-four hours to report his violation, (in tCcuriifl{ with the change menttoitd In the immediately preceediug *rticle) does report his violation to the Honor Court; when the violation is minor and was not premediated in the sense ofhaving been planned with others or the result of a carefully drawn "'cheat sheet,'' for example; and where the student has a clean record and 's, to the satisfaction of the Court, not involved In anyother violations,; then the Court should be able to refrain from filing charges,hold an Informal summary hea ring, and recommend to the professor involved that the student has admitWed cheating on tis test and should Edition Dbe to the inconveniences caused by inclement weather and the lin.tations of space In today's Alligator, the editorial page is forced to share Its space with the news departmeni. In the future, the editorial page of The Alligator on Fridays will appear much like that of other days of the week, including the much-renmested coliimn by UII Journalism professor Don Grooms. The Sports Page was also eliminated. $2 MILLION LOSSES ST. PETERSBURG (UP!) Thbe All-State Insurance Co. of Florida said yesterday its damage claims inJacksonville and rural county alone from Hurricane Dora could run as high as $2 million. TROOPS LEAVE EGLYN EGCUN AFB (UP!) -More than 1,000 trucks rolled out of this sprawling military resernaion yesterday bearing 4,500 soldiers fiening from Hurricane Dora. Theytormed threw separate convoys, each IS mIlns In length, for a trip to Pt. Rueker 'lear Dlothan, Ala-. Bar, Store A lire completely destroyed the Tacoma B.r and an adjoining geacral store, six miles south cf G ainesville, around II p.m. Wednesday, according to reports News Briefs FARM LOSSES LIGHT WASHINGTON (UP!) -he Agriculture Department said yesterday losses to florida citrus from Hurricane Dora are expected to be light. The department said damage f rom Hurricane Cdee which swept up the coast Aug. 26-27 was confined primarily to loss of fruit. TAMPA POWER FAIL.S TAMPA (UPI) -Power in downtown Tampa and nearby residential areas was knocked out for about an hour yesterday when thle fringe winds of Hurricane Dora blew a tree limb Into a Tampa Electric Co. substation. Razed yeste rda invest iiatlo as th rain the *nt, By that a complete *n would be held as soon StOppEd. He Said thle .artmntwas handig th i Spanish Classes Vree Spanish classes.Wili be organized for adults. Registri tion 15 Prtdhy for advanced students at '7 p. in. in room M423 (if tile J. Hllis Miller Health Corier. Rogistraticil Iee is $1. 'The project is sIon by the Alachua County Adlt Night Fire aere in a small CofUttagI the detoe bufilflg accord~ to .t.r.f cfcias. Th~e ccta w as only slightly w r) wotild be tid tto e riot agun rh olvpt (Quit Offense; ( ) pit ii offenders heavily; .i.t the student Aind possitI I f or m al probation where mat tire seir tt r would be In a positron I student and further insu student abides by the Hornr and has profited from lelice. Thus, the student Int would have a reil setoi his record would not b the grades of other el1t where a ''curve'' is irnol not be adversely affectot; rU> dent's overall average nouI' suffer for Onecomparuitiv.I I[mittr mistake; and the purpow tof 'K Honor System to help, Itw the s tude nt under the< n -ta would be served. I believe that this proposed I method of penalization, IL' mt the torn, ofa constitutional mt muent, along with the prrop>d change regarding the notif I itiun of the Court and a twenty-rour hour wait, could result in greatly increased cooperation by the Student Body, and in impro'ed, EFFECTIVE Honor System. What do you think? Pla Get Fellowship W. J. Piatr, 1964 gr duite of UF in biology, has beer named recipient of two fellowships ror g rad uate work at Cot rnd University, ac cor ding 'C the Agricultural News Service. Platt was awarded a Wood row Wilson fellowship and Cornell's ue them tseek hs Ph.I). dee in biology. He will study unle r Dr. James Layne, former asnoclitt professor of biology at UFE and now with Cornell's biologydepartmwft. A member of Phi Kappi Phi, Phi Eta Sigma, and Sigmi Ysi while at UF, Platt completed tall the research required for his doctorate. He selected for hi research the shrew, the animal with the highest rate of mtU bolism.

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I GA TOR COLAS SIFIED S Mrs. d in Fla vet Final lil Judging Preparation 196() ( OAt ,,rt jOOu c&,ndttion. Economical three ipecd trarismission. Need cash $57S. Call John Taylor 376-9204. (G -3-5t-p). 1957 PONTIAC Station Wagon 2-door blue and white. Good condition with very clean Interior. $450. See Jim Fine after 5:30 at 1508 1/2 N.W. Itt Ave.(G-2-3t-p). 1962 COMET with radio and heater for sale by owner. $1200. See at 247T flavet IlI after 5.(G-l-5t-c). 1959 CRIE VROLE T IMPALA Convertible, power brakes and steering, mew .ngine. Price $995. Call 485-2365. (G-I-St-c). Help Wanted) P(EITIONS open in Gainesville Boys Club in Wood Shop, Crafts, physical, Games Room, Reglstratton. Afternoons & Saturday. Call Mr. Dobbs, PR 2-534L. (E -l-tf-c). Ends Sat-Times 1-3-5-7-9 PH.1' R F ICH FI oomr infu rnished house. Stove anid refrigerator Included. Family preferred. $75 per month. Call 2-0242 after 5. (B-I-If-c). MOBILE ROME Space. Progress Mobile Home Park. 6 miles North U.S. 441. Phone 462-1660.Charles Norris, Maniager. (B-l-9t-c). EXPERIENCED White housewife desires days work.WIII sew, cook, and clean house.beferences available. Write to S. Kossian, Rt. 2, Box 34lF, GaInesvi1Ie.(M-3-5t-c). F RE E -Budget book and INSURED Savings information for married couples. No obligation. Phone 3769783 between I and 4 p.m. (M-I-lot-c). OPENING FOR an infant or preschool children. References furnished. Ca]! FR 4-7673 for appointment.No phone interviews. WILL CARE FOE a child 3 years or older in my home. Nic, fenced it, yard and meals served. Reasonable rates. Call FR2-8623. (M-2-tf-nc). I-, -(I' t {i. UCI. L~~1 1964 C Ut bedroom Will sell payments. KASIIA Mobile home, 50x10 equIppwd on lot. for equity tnd r esume ( all 2-798.(A-3-2t-c). MUST SELL 4 dInette chairs mahogany finish, excellent condition, very attractive. Call FR 6-5370 after 5. A good buy at $5.00 each. (A-3-2t-c). CAMERAS: Retina ilt with built. in meter; Miranda "D'" single lens reflex; 250 mm telephoto for Miranda. Call Arnold at 2-1771 after 7 p.m. (A-3-at-p). 1962 ZUNDAPP, Elee. Starter; excellent condition.3175. Call 466.3231, Micanopy. (A-2-3t-p). STEREO Portable Magnavox, like new, twin speakers.Sacrifice $75. Call Mr. Mason at 6-6461 anytime or 2-5940 after 6 p.m.(A-1-4t-c). WANTED -Sales Manager for student publications. Studying accounting with 6 hours minimum to date. This is a traineE position leading to the position of business manager of student publications. Pay it $10.00 per week for sales manager job. Apply student publications office In the Florida Union. (C-3-ti-oct. m 'o I',t b[rli Fx rid u, Sept., Dl, it 4 p.m. in the I I ive ill Recri 11 HAll. The Contest winmwr will repc.-9en1t Flav.I III 1(n the Mrs. 1contest, arrordng toMrt.Beverly Marchelos, cemniittee t'hairw0mmnfor the contest. Sponsored by the Trivettes and the Village Commission, the third annual contest already has eight contestants, all wives of UF students. The judges ror the contest will be Dr. Thomas Abbott, director of the Speech and Hearing Clitnic; Mrs. Carolyn Carol, reporter for the Florida Times-Union; and William [)onigan, owner of Donigan's clothing store. T h is year's winner will be crowned by the runner-up of last year's Mrs. UF contest. T h e contest rules are: Contestants must be married, must be over 18 years old, and must be residents of Flavet Ill at the time of the closing dat for applications, Sept. IS. There will be prizes for the winner and for the runners-up. Said Mrs. Marchelos, "One of the purposes of this contest It to try to change the popular student opinion that the married students are just a bunch of old poop1e returning to college to get an education because, really, this is not true. Anyone Interested Is Invited to attend the contest. Entertainment ISun-Wed --I KInif e '"Water I COMING IN SEPTEMBER 'Wrong Arm OfThe Law, Peter Sellers I'Paris When It Sizzle,' I Mad Mad I Mad World' IN OCTOBER Virgin Spring Orginlzer' 'Sat Nit. & L Sun Morn' Winter Lighti I'Silence' I MQWLuCALNMI (JCIIES-IELYSAWAAS AA EDE*-STEFrnfPmwErnMSTES -WRESMlNSG(s1S~ims. an""" "'""' ,,,,e.,., .., l ,,, I First Area Run Angie Dickinson -1ee HEL D OVER! 2nd SMASH WEEK I 3 exciting hits! open t:30. show 7:15 S. all 3 In.e as 9;05 Marvin -shown first & last. 2nd TERRIFYING H IT A T9:05 --a ~*a -U.;UNIT ARIAN -UNIVERSALIST FELLOWSHIP TOPIC The Role Of Religon In Modern Mon's Emotional life SPEA KER: ARTHUR Work, Department of Medical School. L .FA BRIC K; Instructor Psychiatry University in of Social Florida 1204 N.W. 10th Ave. TIME: Adult & Church School 11:00 A. M. CUE STICK BILLIARDS 905 N. Main Food Fair Showping Center Gotors & Girls WELCOME KLEAN-A-MATIC LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING QUALITY IS OUR SPECIAL TY EXCLUSIVE SANITONE PROCESS 1722 W. Univ. Ave. Gator Advertising SELLS I FR ANK'S AUTO CLINIC SPECIAL ATTENTION to students and all university personnel. We employ two full time experienced mechanics, if you are having car troubles of any kind, JUST CALL US. FR 6-8223 1311 NW 5t Avenue GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA SOevices Ed R$$ Io 4 by'N elub. lrimii wilt hi Ire md a door prize will be given away. Dora Forces H C Contest Delay rhe a nnual Homecoming Sweetheart Contest, scheduled to be held at Silver Springs Saturday has been postponed until Saturday, September 26. This announcement came early Thursday from the Florida Blue Key Office. Postponement of the contest came as the result of damages caused by Hurricane Dora at Silver Springs, site of the contest, according to Ron LsaFace, president of Florida Bk.e Key. Deadline date for entrants to register with the Homecoming office, 314 Florida Union, will be citended to Tursday. !rdormation concerning entry in the contest and entrant's application forms will tie available in the Florida Blue Key office through the deadline date. Those wto have already been entered in the competition heed not submit another entry form. The contest will be held at Silver Springs on the new date, Saturday, September 26. Entrants should check with the Homecoming office concerning a new time schedule. ~ tj

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Dee Mi vmq her throne "A litt I hel .A but reminlscflt of a oadtrtll ye ar andi i very readentrg experience."' Dee, ,lowly sipped a largeglas;i iced coffee In the living roonSthe Trn-pelt sorority house, id recalled many of her unforettable experiences during thc ,ast year. "I rrnmember our many tours round the state; the many cities -visited; the hundreds of city mAyors and officials we met,"she I remember the hard work we et through advertising our Homecoming and getting people interested in coming to the big football game. Portables NM As Re ler ~gr ErK4 Rem Whrn r, or [fmr,,', I LSu weeth.0rt nmlIy'ed those p1.1litI.'. whi hel will WAk for. "She ,,rtiiii shld h v@ poise, be (Iphbie of Test Lng .imi talking with people, ii he mur ivy and spirit willy st rir. she shou It be representatIve of II g is cleanctit through and through.'. D ee a o t n e h e i ri e rs tIo r graduate from the schojiof nursling this spring tud I planto B, married at the end of April or in May.' To ',/hom? Who else but Ken Stand ards irni "Gainesville's Fine The place to meet frl Carriage Stea Dancing Nightly 5P.M. to 2A.M. with Bobby Griffen's Combo Richard Parker's Orch. Coats & Ties Pleose* ADULT ENTERTAINMENT for only -04, rv i ~ridei' ., nisces .t C n m I ompetitin t u sion r had let Miller ind i tr staitenmert, than Ktfn Ke nnedy r ang the front doorbell. Publication Com petition n Held Again C'ompetit ion for Student publication service trophies will hi held aginthIs yerd.ahya to the sorority or fraternity whict spends the most hours helping student publications in selling The Seminole, UF yearbook and The New Orange Peel, UJF humor im Weir, business manager sorority. Delta Gamma worked a total of 155 hours for lhe publications office. Alpha Chi Omega and Sigma Kappa finished second and third. Over",,00 Seminoles and 1,000 Orange Peels were sold by the competing sororities last year. ALLIGA TOR S TAFFER Patti Pitz be urms radiantly as she holds aloft the Student Publications Service Trophy, annually presented to the sorority accumulating the mast points via work in publi cations. (Photo by Nick Arroyc) Deadline for qualifying for the Oct. I legIslative Counelelections is 5 p.m., Friday, Sept. 18, Seetary of Interior Marty Schwartz announced yesterday-. A tot.! of 30 Leglstatlve Council member, will be elected i" t he MflUaI fall.letion,Schwartz said. The nuw members will represent seals an t4p for election, In addition to 10 oft-campu---ats. Tt. lii oft-campus seats Include sorori lea, Iraternails aId Independent living organizatIons. Each spring 40 members jar, elected from th. variou, colleges sophomre cles. A fj strength, the council nters '70 In ordr to qualify, students must poaseas academic anerages of 2.0 or beter i" liv I" lb a they represent. In eddilioni, pros-pectine members muat have been a member of the student body for at least on. trimester. A quuilfytag Ine of $4 mat be paid to Student Governmnent Treasurer Fred Lwn. prior to the Bqptbmber II deadline. The area open In Murpbree, breakdown on the Sets t. tall electkm is: 3; Tolbert, 2; Hum., 2; G raham, 2; Broward, 2; Jennings, 2; YThin, I; Ranliws, I; Flavet I, I; Flavet Il, I; Finvet lll, I; Schucht, I; Corry, I; OffCampuS, 10. Rmapportloumeut Postpone gunt WASHINGTON (UI) -11, Senat. refused Thuresy to shelv. legilatlon to tone legIslatIve reapportionment. B ul It als o r fuidt.Ia sikation against The vot, against a motion to table -.nd thus kill.ttwpropweal hi came after the 8.nat. had "baby miibast. Legislado. by The roll clotur, motion gag rut. -was 'Thi mast tha Ldadfl Everett to get even -n his props. A t.@-thirdtb swly cloture. REPAIR SHOP NEW refused to gag a r" against th e liberal ttntor*. call vote on lh. -to kmpo. the 63*0o 30 spant. Betabpfflc M. Dtrte Wa~ed -Third qpprralcl woeb ms eeddto 4 LOCATIlONI S AM E F AST SERVICE D agi HEELS pct on in 5 minutes NEW & USED GUARANTEED ALL MAKES & MODELS Electric & Manual University Office Equipment Co. 2727 N.W. 6th ST. -Phone 372-0963 TheU ivrst it inch and dinner rsk Room Special Luncn from $1.25 Noon-2P.M. Dinner 5PM -12 mldnlaht Seafood -Steaks those over 21 >ran of age. I

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THE U IVERSITY OF FLORIDA THE FOOD SERVICE IS UNIVERSITY OWNED AND OPERA TED [0 PROVIDE FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE STUDENTS, FACULTY, STAFF AND THEIR GUESTS. THE FOOD SERVICE PROGRAM IS UNDER THE DIRECTION OF A PROFESSIONALLY TRA) NED DIRECTOR AND STAFF WHO DESIRE TO SERVE YOU WEICOMV STUDENT TOP QUALITY Ef FRESHMEN rs. FACULTY A FOOD WITH EXCELLENT SERVICE AND A1 L RE TURNING ~ND THEIR GUESTS AT MODERATE PRICESNCONTRACT MEAL PLAN AVAILABLE STUDENTS AT INQUIRE AT BOOTH IN MAIN --For operoti ALL THESE PLACES FLORIDA ROOM CO-ED CLUB CAFETERIA JENNINGS CAFETERIA HUME HALL CAFt.TERIA Snack Bar Remodeled For Better Service30H T MAIN CAFETERIA & CAI TO SERVE YOU RAWLINGS HALL CAFETERIA I SERVICE CENTER CAFETERIA MEDICAL CENTER SNACK BAR GRAHAM AREA SNACK BAR CLUB SNACK BAR HAVE BEEN REMODELED FOR PLEASING AT onal schedules see dormitory OSPHERE & BETTER SERVICE bulletin bar posted bulletins SNACK BARS I N ALL CAFETERIAS S BREAKFAST S LUNCH DINNER Catering Service and Special Services SERVICES AT CAMP WAUBURG BARBECUES BANQUETS Include: BOX LUNCHES PICNICS TEAS GREAT CAFE TERIA boards or cafeteria and snack