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Vol. 57, No. 5 University of FloridaGainesville Monday, Sept. 14, 1964

"THE DEEP SOUTH'S FINEST COUEGE DAILY"!

WET FRONT DOOR is navigated bya ;
Retreat UF student this weekend as clean-up But Classes Continue--

operations from Hurricane Dora begin. I

This picture was taken by a telephotolens

Underscores in a trailer park two miles from the Glub Glub Glub i.

campus on the Archer Road. .

'Continuity'RON (Photo by Carolyn Johnson) .

\

Executive SPENCER Editor __ Basements

R icJ '
Continuity was the overriding
eh ors A4 I Ra ki DrainedJO
theme present at the President's
Retreat, held Friday and Saturdayat _
McNITT '
Rainbow Springs, near Dunnel- _
lon. Staff Writer

Student, faculty and administration _
leaders representing numerous Classes today will not be
facets of the university com- = ..: cancelled due to flooding in class
munity met for the two-day confab, ; __ buildings, says: Calvin C. GreeneJr.
where pertinent campus issues ., camp engineer and director, y
Plants and Grounds.
were discussed Informally follow- .
Greene said although water Is
ing major addresses by UF Pres- t .
still present In the halfbasementsof
ident J. Wayne Reitz, Student Body
Matherly, Anderson, Tigert and
President Ken Kennedy, Dean of
Flint Halls plant and grounds
,
Student Affairs Lester L. Hales, (
and faculty representative Dr. crews are working on the job of ;
Frederick Hartmann. pumping and cleaning out the ;
buildings of water. The Job shouldbe
There were very few "sacred
cows" completed before classes on
at the two-day leaders'Continued
Monday morning.!
said water Is
Greene present
( on Page 2)) In utility, heating and electrical
manholes. Crews are pumping the
rrwrl l water out. He said that it Is

Dollars Drive Water LapsAt these Impossible manholes to determine will be when free

of water because of the normally
high i ground-water-table! on
Student's campus. Due to heavy rains, the
water table! is considerably! higher
Opens TodayTOVA than normal.
"Although" there was some
Bare FeetIn difficulty with water on Sorority
LEVINE Row," Greene said, "It probably
Editorial Assistant has been cleared' up by now."

Dollars for Scholars fund begins its 1964-65 drive to meeta 4 Motherly Lake Alice rose above Its dikes 1
$15,000 pledge with the sale of Campus Pacs today andTuesday, and flooded the lower end of the
according to drive chairman Bill McBride. university golf course.
Campus Pacs, a sample kit of toiletries and drugs will be sold Greene said It will take threeor
at the Information booth across from the Hub for 50 cents each. four days before the golf courseIs
The pacs have been made up for both boys and girls, McBride cleaned, U there are no more
. heavy rains.
saidDollars
for Scholars is a matching fund system between the
university and the national government. Every dollar the universitysets
aside In this loan program will be matched by nine dollars
from federal sources.
Any needy student doing satisfactory work in college Is eligibleto
receive a loan of up to $1000 a year to help complete his college r
education. Students pay back the loan to the university within
ten years after graduation. c
.
,
According to McBride, the program hot underway at UF in :;
the summer of 1959 after the passage of the National Defense
Education Act. One of the provisions of the act was the National
_
Defense Loan program in which the government allotted a certain a R
amount to any Institute of higher learning. _
Meeting this goal of $15,000 will mean about $150,000 In loan
scholarships available to UF students, McBride said. This the
largest pledge ever made by UF students to the Dollars for Scholars
program.
"As I see it, this is a matter of student helping student as UF
keeps aU of what comes back from the federal government.Since
this fund Is Intended for UF students and all money goes to them, H
I hope all students will feel an obligation to participate and help
raise the funds," McBride said.
According to McBride, the week of Oct. 31-Nov.. 6 ri.n been set (5 I
aside for Dollars for Scholars week. Plans will be announced at ___
a later date.Rebel.


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Down In Saigon _


SAIGON, Monday (UPD--Forces Nguyen Cao Ky,who remained loyal MEMBERS OF Kappa Sigma fraternity aid brother Jim Adkinson 5Q5SW 32nd St.
loyal to Premier Nguyen Khann to Khaah during the Dear upheaval. ,
regained control of the South Vietnamese held a news conference with several when his and surrounding houses were flooded by rising waters which were as high as

government today. The of the rebel leadersIncludingMaJ. four feet above floor level. (I.to r.Greg) Mowbray, Bruce Boyer, Harry AUklnson,

coop generals made who the staged declaration an abortive that Gene that Dorac the Xbaah Van governmentstill Duc-to announce Jim Smith, Pat Kelly, Wayne Alferi, Dick Wan noil, Bob Collins, Gary Rose, End

There was no coup." was in power. Bone, Dennis Flanagan, Jim Adkinson, Mrs. Jane Adkinson and Tom Lang.

Air Force Commodore G.De (Continued on Page 2)) (More storm photos on Page 5)) (Photo by Jim Nichols)' r


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2, The Florida Alligator, Monday, Sept. 14, 1964



Action on Housing Code PostponedSKIP



to the University Of the facts and ease into
have to
go this
HAVISER the matter Indefinitely.A David Godschalk, city planning and
Florida. They can go to South review it at the end of the
out that Gaines- year
City Editor major bone of. contention director, pointed
'
Ccala Junior College. I would go for
Florida
market. or ttt
centered on rental property near ville has a unique housing
Action on the much cussed accused the During the
further
the Richardson course of
of
the VF occupied by university Due to the Influence hearings
discussed, and battered, proposed commission of considering the on the proposed code SlgsbL
students. It was pointed out that university, more than 50 percentof
Gainesville Housing Code was 70 to 80 per cent of the unfit the city's housing Is rental code in a backwards fashion.'We're Scruggs, a local attorney, pleaded
"Indefinitely postponed" by an about to an against the
housing In Gainesville Is rental property and most of the housingIs pass "paternalism of
arguing City Commission property. old. ordinance when we don't know what government to tell citizens what

Wednesday. Commissioner James the facts are," he said. "This city to do, except where public health

While Hurricane Dora whipped Commissioner Alan Sutherland Richardson, UF business admini- has been run too long by the seat and safety are concerned."

Gainesville, the commissionersthrew cited a survey of 72 rental stration professor, questioned of its pants without facts, and we Scruggs challenged the
verbal punches at each other. structures near the UP conductedby "this implication that all those are going to do this backwards commission "to put this to a vote
The commission debated the pro- the County Health Departmentand students and people are chained to again." of the people of this town. It they
posed code four hours Tuesday the UF Off-Campus Housing this housing." Richardson stated he would vote pass It I will be satisfied."

night,, recessed until Wednesday Department. Of the 72 structures, "There are thousands of against the code in its present Sutherland said he would be in
afternoon and after over two hours, 20 were rated as "unfit for human educational Institutions," form. However, he said "if you favor of amending the code to

arrived at the decision postpone occupancy." Richardson stated. "They don't will modify It so I can find out specify rental property only, to
satisfy people who have protested
about the possible invasion of their
I f.President's f
RetreatContinued SaigonContinued private homes.

Under the proposed code
,a five.
f ( from Page 1)) as a Continuing Institution,"spokeon trative Relations"stressed a great member housing board and a
the growth and progress of the need for better alignment betweenSG five-member
appeals board
forum at which constant emphasiswas from Page 1)) wonld
university, noting that the UF Is ( be appointed
placed on the lack of commun- and other student personnel.Hale by the City
ication existing on campus betweenthe "on the brink of greatness." He championed the "principle of Earlier in the day the situation Commission. An enforcing officer

faculty, the administration,the briefly explained his feelings con- confrontation" In human relations appeared quite grave for the Khanh would be assigned by the city
student cerning the future role of the UF, diverse manager to Inspect housing.The .
student body, government --that Is, getting people of regime.
and the press. the growth toward more emphasisIn areas together, one of the pur- city planning director has
The Florida Alligator, Florida graduate school areas and rela- poses of the retreat. Hale said, Soldiers' under Maj.] Gen. Doung estimated that 24 percent of the
blue Key and to some extent SG tively less emphasis, though not "There needs to be given some extensive Van Due, commanderotthe army's city's buildings -- residential and
came under critical comment Con- phasing out, on the undergraduatelevel. soul-searching In Florida Fourth Corps, streamed into the otherwise --are unsound.He added

structive criticism was the order Blue Key as to qualifications for capital, seized Khanh's office and 22 percent of the .city's buildings
of the two-day meeting. Reitz urged greater freedom for membership." Hale also slappedthe camped in parks In the center of have Inadequate plumbing
the university and called for
Steady rain and the threat of adop- Alligator for "not coming any- the city. facilities.
flooding of roads accessible to tion of the amendment dealing with where close to being the conti- Almost 2,000 U.S. airmen were The City Commission would have
the Board of Regents in the on Tan Son Nhut airbase Just had four
,
Dunnellon prompted an early adJournment nuity factor It could be. primary responsibilities
of the retreat Saturday November election. Hartmann dealt with"Continuityin outside the city, when Commodore under the proposed code:

afternoon. The retreat was ori- Saturday morning, Kennedy Faculty-Student Relation," and Nguyen Cao Ky, commander of -- To hold assessment hearings
ginally scheduled to end Sunday spoke on the topic "Continuity In noted Initially that "we are caughtup the Vietnamese air force who remained where liens were placed against
morning. Government," Kennedy said SG Is also In the problems of the loyal to Khanh,ordered the property owners who refused to
also "on the brink of "
greatness, Gates closed.
technical repair their
"Water recreation, buildings.
state. Hartmann mentioned such
and Is "excellent" In
comparisonto
Asked about the of
term for swimming, scheduledtwice possibility -- Adopt assessment
the communica-
diverse topics as
other southern student
during the retreat schedule, governments an attack on the base, Ky said: resolutions.
was furnished In the form of spor- lie discredited the tendencyIn tions problem,the American Asso- "If they try It there will be a .. Establish enforcement
the for ciation for University Professors,
past records of SG
adic torrential rains, the final big massacre and we won't be the
work to "disappear," and much building on campus, politics, aca- ones to die." policies.Appoint
of Hurricane Dora.
vestiges dying members to the
and the
demic freedom thorny
discussion was made on the ,
Each stressed ques- Ky warned last week that his and
speaker con- appeals housing boards.
tion of how to bridge the problem of bringing in controversial -
tinuity and the problems of com- gap to air force was capable of crushingany The proposed code has been
before
between c h an g e w v e r s following speakers, turning "
munication which have hamperedthe coup attempt "In five hours. kicked around since last January
elections. the role of the Alligator.
spring
campus and augmented the Hartmann said the Alligator In He conferred today with MaJ.Gen. when It was referred to the
Both Reitz and Kennedy attackedthe
trend toward Joseph H. Moore,senior AmericanAir to
"depersonallzatlon. trimester system. the past has overplayed Interna- commission who sent It back
Force officer In South VietNam the '
City Play Board for revisionsand
Reitz, in his Friday night open- Hale's speech Saturday after tional news to the disadvantage of modifications.
Ing address on "The University noon on "Continuity In AdminisN campus news coverage.

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She Met The Beatles. .. Yeah Yeah Yeah !

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3 LINDA TOLBERT A. Yes, as a matter of fact, as you did at the airport today? day? really write on that piece of paperin
Staff Writer we've written two. A. We don't avoid the press. We A. (Paul) No. We wash it once the movie?" I didn't ask John
i Q. Do you ever go unnoticed? just do what the police or sheriff or twice a week any: more questions alter he
t (Editor's Note: Staff Writer A. (John) Only when we take off tells us. Otherwise they won't give Q. What is your main contri answered that one.
t Linda Tolbert journeyed to Jacksonville our wigs.Q. us their protection. (Paul) bution to the musical field?
1 last weekend to the Why do you avoid the press, Q. Do you wash your hair every A. (John) We don't contributeto I asked George, "Do you know
performance given by the Beatles music.Q. "
anything about Ted Harrison?
! In the Gator Bowl. Here is her l \ What do you think about you It became evident that this was
! account.) and the President arriving on the not his favorite topic for
, li 1
They were all I had expectedand same day? discussion. lie replied, "Tell him
more. URA Makes Plans : A.(Paul) Coincidence. he Is a liar. Everywhere I COthere's
I (John) Amazing.Q. .
I first saw the Beatles Inperson lli someone who says he's
I at a press conference Friday Are you planning to make related to me." When I asked him
evening. There before me sat University Religious Associ- to campus to discuss questions, another movie soon? If there was anything else he wanted
: Paul McCartney,George Harrison, ation (URA) begins its plans and problems, and challenges of religion A. In February.Q. me to tell Ted, his reply was a
John Lennon,and Rlngo Starr.They activities for the coming yearas and modern life. Who's writing It? short "No."
were marvelous! They looked very approval on the URA annual A.(John) I don't know.We aren't.
much like they did in A Hard Day's bUdget goes before Legislative Another project of the URA Is Q. What song does each of you I decided as much as possibleto
Night. It would be hard to say Council this Tuesday.The the "Beauty and the Beast" fund- like best? spend the rest of the time with
who Is the most attractive Beatle.I 1964-65 budget totaling raising drive for the World A. (Paul) "If I Fell" Ringo. I asked him for his auto-
would not argue with anyone $4,400 Is set for second readingand University Service (WUS). WUS Is (George) "You Can't Do That" graph, but Instead of that he gave
who says that Paul Is the best final approval by the legis- an International agency in which (John) "Bits and Pieces" me an autographed picture of the
looking of the four. Each Beatle, lative branch of the Student forty-one nations share mutual (Ringo) "A Hard Day's Night"Q. Beatles. He made a Joke with
however, is in his own way Government, according to URA concern for the strengthening of Have you' ever gotten any reference to the "ttlly" and we
decidedly attractive. president Bob Mounts, 1LW. higher educations on the world's unusual gifts? all laughed I asked them what they
After the photographers were According to Mounts, a drive Is campuses. A. (John) I once got a bra. thought of American television.
given a chance to take picturesof now being made to encourage all Throughout the year URA (Paul) Someone gave me a six Rlngo likes it. John doesn't (or I
the world-renowned singers, interested students to participateIn sponsors various forums and or seven foot kangaroo. Not a says he doesn't).
members of the press directed URA activities Applicationsmay films. URA works with the Gaines- real one. i
their questions to the Beatles. be made In the Department of vllle Human Relations Council and Q. Does George have a cousin I asked Rlngo If I could ride
Among the reporters' questionsand Religion office, 207 Florida Union. the Individual religious named Ted? with them from the hotel to the 4
the Beatles' answers were the URA alms to stimulate denominations: to bring speakers A. (George) No. Gator Bowl. His reply was a courteous -
following: discussion of religious Issues to UF and to hold joint discussion Q. Were any of the parts of the "No." Then George said
Q. Were the Beatles acting or within the university, to promote groups. movie A Hard Day's Night writtenby "Why don't you get your own car?"
being themselves In their movie, inter-faith understanding, and to Also on the agenda of URA, any of the Beatles themselves? With that Rlngo started singing
A Hard Day's Night? afford students the opportunity of according to Mounts, Is the A. Some small parts. to me "Oh, get your own car,
A. Some of each. Inquiry In the area of religion.In traditional I campus-wide After this session I had the you naughty girl." The others
Q. Does your hair require any late January, URA will Christmas observance. UF fantastic opportunity of talking with joined him the second time, and
special attention? sponsor Religion-in-Life week, President J. Wayne Reitz will give the Beatles personally. It was the for several moments the Deatles
A. (John) Mainly Inattention.Q. Mounts said. The theme for this a holiday message, preceded by most exciting thing I had ever were singing their newest song
Have you written any new year is "The Enmities of Man." the Mortar Board Tree-Lighting done. First I talked to Rlngo. (?|17) to me. It was somewhat
since Ceremony."Gainesville's I asked him what he enjoyed most embarrassing but rather thrilling
songs you've been here? During the week speakers come
about making the movie. He ans- at the same time A very short
wered, "I liked doing the partat time alter that the Beatles left
the dance because then I got for their performance at the Gator
a drink." He smiled. "When I Bowl.
>0c was watching it I liked the part
when we were running In the field; In the press section of theOator
} but I didn't like making that part Bowl I met Ted and told him what
because it took days .of filming George had said. lie then explained
the running." that his real name Is Edward
The tVeSt When I saw Paul said, "Paul, Francis Harrison Knight and that
George wasn't serious about Ted he Is George's third cousin.WAPE
not being his cousin, was he?" had introduced him a* Ted
r Paul replied, "Yes, he doesn't Harrison, George's first cousin,
have a cousin named Ted." for publicity.
I was very concerned about this Before he left George saw Ted \
because I know Ted personally.When and the matter was straightenedout

I got a chance to talk to between them.
John, I asked him to give me an At'tb. performance the Beatles
Finest"j example of a part of the movie were great. All in all, from theday's
that be had originated lie told me experiences, I weuldsay that
that the bath scene was his own. the Beatles are a unique group,
I further Inquired, "What did you both as perform ana as people.
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Page 4, The Florida Alligator, Monday Sept. 14, 1964 "Well, Barry, you can'r win them all. "

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OPININEDITORIAL ;.



Our PolicyThe

Florida Alligator, In the recent past, has more often than

not taken noncommittal stands whenever elections occurred.One .

great reason for this nonpartisan stand of the Alligator,
especially In most Student Government elections has been the

realization In the minds of most Alligator editors that the news-

paper In reality finds Itself In the position of being a "monopoly

press" on campus. That Is, as the "voice of the student body'
,
we find It our responsibility to maintain the editorial pages of ff:. 6v

this newspaper as an open forum for opinion,whether it be political

or nonpolitical nature.

This traditional nonpartisan position followed in general recentlyby

the Alligator gives rise to all sorts of difficulties. The editorial

staff, finding Itself in agreement on the choice of a certain

candidate or party,feels somehow that perhaps should deliberately III..

stifle its own voice, making no editorial preference and leaving E % \

preference-making up to its readers. The Alligator finds Itself

favoring some candidate for what we feel are Just reasons, but

yet unable to endorse him since we also feel the heavy obligationto \
the student body. d'J

This year, as mentioned In an earlier editorial, the Alligator

plans to take a more forceful stand on issues relating to elections,
The American Battle
In this, an election year. We find it the only logical position fora BeginsWALKER

newspaper with any convictions whatsoever. Therefore, we shall,
after thoughtful consideration and deliberation among our own LUNDY should be a sounding board for student opinion.We .

editorial staff, declare editorially whom we feel is best qualified Editor welcome it, even that which is critical of whatwe

for the particular position. Our decisions will not always mirrora do.
campus-wide mandate, but our ears are constantly tuned Inwardto The Alligator today endorses Lyndon Haines In editorials between now and the Nov.. 3 election
the campus. Johnson as the better candidate for President In an Jay, The Alligator's editors shall attempt to tell

One thing must be kept In mind, however. In the various politicalraces editorial on this page. you the "why's" behind this paper's stand.
"Hellflre and damnation, say the Goldwater We only ask that readers consider
you our whatwe
in which the Alligator makes an editorial preference, our "
backers. "Bravo, cry all loyal Democrats. write and also the letters from other readers.
preference will be restricted entirely to the editorial page. "
Front-page reporting, pictures, captions and other areas will not "Communists Americans," ,counter charge the Johsonltes.the Goldwaterltes. "True Then make up your own mind and, If you are of age,

in way be slanted toward candidate. This Is vote your conscience.
any
any our promise "
"Traitors to the South, shout Barry's Boys.

to you. "Honest-to-God Liberals," coo Lyndon's Legmen.And * * * *
Furthermore, when there seems no apparent great difference
the battle cry of the American Society --
between the caliber of two prospective candidates, the Alligator
UF edition -- is sounded. Letter-writers, man your
will say so and will thus refrain from "picking sides." In any
pencils. This editor extends a heartfilled thanks to the
case, oor preferences will depend uPon the caliber of the man and
The Alligator endorses LBJ publicly not to poison hard-working staff of this newspaper for Its untiring
the Ideas he represents. No straight party preferences will be
the Student Body collectively or to unduly influence efforts during Hurricane Dora last week.
made.
the American election. Truthfully, The Alligator did not miss a day of publication

Our Candidate we admit we are Incapable of during the storm despite more close experiencesthan
either. b this editor cares to remember.The .

Our editorial board, composed Alligator staff and its editors all agree; it

With the above in mind, the Alligator this issue editorially of student editors,voted to endorse will be nice to see what class is like.

endorses the candidacy of Lyndon Dames Johnson as our choice Johnson because It feels he will
for the office of President of the United states. make a better President than Barry . . .

We make this endorsement not with any overrated estimate Goldwater. It's as simple as that.

of our own ability to pick and choose national leaders. Our We realize we are opening the MIDNIGHT MUSINGS -- Friday was the first

editorial pages will remain open to dissent from those studentsand floodgates for Letters-to-the- time we ever had a class called off because of

faculty members who disagree with us on our choice. As a Editor calling us names and "wet grounds". We refer tq the basements of

"monopoly newspaper", the Alligator fully realizes its obligationto criticizing our stand. That is as x Anderson and Matherly Hall to name two. .

the student body to remain an open forum. it should be. This page, hopefully.Lundy The Flavets are "temporary" all right --

However, we also realize an obligation to the student body to The FloridaALLIGATOR temporary until the next war. University officials

openly state our political preference in. this very importantrace. should be ashamed of them. .

President's Retreat was wet but successful, we

In this election, neither man has a monopoly on truth, virtue S.rrl by UolUd P..... International understand. Only groups that really caught It were

and goodness, regardless of press comment to the contrary.We Served by United Press International The Alligator and Blue Key. But that's as it shouldbe.

do not wish to paint Mr. Goldwater as a bumbling Simon '

Legree with blackwhlp and malice toward mankind written across Editor . . . . Walker Lundy Heard the latest Goldwater Joke? He says he's

his face. Likewise, we do not wish to picture Johnson as the symbol Managing Editor. . .' .Joel Gaston gonna campaign in every state -- all 13 of them.

of all that is good In the nation. Both candidates have their strong Executive Editor . . Ron Spencer

and weak points.It Assistant Managing Editor. Benny Cason
Is our opinion that neither of the two candidates would make Assistant Managing Editor. ...Dave Berkowitz JAZZ CORNER

what we feel would be the perfectly "ideal president," if thereis Editorial Page Editor . .JIm Hammock

such an animal. Much has been previously written about how Sports Editor. . . .Glenn Laney Painless' Jazz

Johnson gained his wealth, about shadowy circumstances surrounding City Editor. . . . .Skip Ha vise r
close elections, about some of the means he has employedto Campus Living Editor. . Jackie Cornelius
gain what most feel are justifiable ends. Likewise, we have ....... Column PlannedCHARLIE

read of the great convictions of the Senator from Arizona, but Editorial Assistants -- Steve Vaugn, Tova BUSHColumnist

also of this man who "shoots from the hip," and who has been Levine, Jim Castello, Ann Carter, Don

called somewhat "trigger-happy." Such Imagery abounds during Federman, Nancy Brachey, Ernie Lltz (Cir- Hello!

election culation Manager).
year.
This is a weekly column for people who dig jazz.
After careful observation of both candidates, their parties and
Reporters -- Ed Barber (Tigert Hall Beat Whether your preference runs to dixieland swing,
following, it is possible to make certain obvious differentiations.
Chief), Patti Pltz (Student Government Beat bop, cool, or etc., you'll find that your type of
While we do not condone all that Johnson has done in the pastor
Chief), Frank Shepherd, Eunice Tall, Cynthia Jazz will not be Ignored in this column. .
his apparent fluctuations on such areas as civil rights, we can
Tunstall, Sue Haugsted, Agnes Fowles, Bob Jazz Corner will feature record reviews book
understand them. Likewise, we cannot find considerable fault
Deloach, Fran Snider, George Mims, Ernie reviews and Interviews with jazzmen In and around
with the present Johnson Administration position on civil rights.
Lib, Sheldon Ciment Gerald Gainesville including UF
Jones Bill campus.
The Goldwater position, in comparison, seems to be one of ,
Sadowski, Donal Decker, Joan Gaston, Dan Many Jazz buffs have told me that they would
moderation In an area where moderation is tantamount to gradualism
Mowbray, Judy Knight, Ami Saperstein, Edwin like to study some of the history books and then
or donothlnglsm. This is by the Party of Lincoln. ,
Brownrigg, Evan Langbein Joe locate the recorded -
Waldorf examples.
Steve
Domestically, it is difficult to deny the great prosperity of the ,
Keating, Yvett Cardozo Seitz Beginning in about a month
Greg John or so i
Kennedy-Johnson Administration. And on the disturbing questionof Ii
Medlein, John McDonough, Holly Howard, David will be a series of Jazr Corner ::0
violence on the streets In the wake of civil rights inurements,
it Is hard for us to envision a lessening of this tension under a Kennedy, Chris Hundley, Thelma Mossman, columns titled "Jazz Heritage." .
Harold Aldrich, Marjorie Guen, Hall Cain, Pam The series will explain the '
Goldwater Administration. Only the combatants would perh.lpschaJlle.
Brown Jeffrey Denkewalter Vincent evolution of jazz as clearly ''
Intensification of pressure might result.On Schaefer, as ,
Marty Berlanstela, William Doe, Richard Ryc- possible and will contain many :
foreign policy, the Johnson Administration's policy of "peace
kaert, Dick Dennis, Lee Alexander,Jim Claxton, humorous anecdotes about jazz
through strength" seems far more palatable than Goldwater'sapparent
reversion to Dulles-like brlnksmanshlp. The Goldwater Joe McNitt, Jane Young, Glenn Stokes, David musicians. ,., .
Ross Beverly Faber Bob Golub Sharon Kelly I will recommend recordsfor .
many
organization\ seems to feel we are losing the Cold War and that
Joe Kollln Jim Carleto Stan Kulp Marjorie you to listen to and will be
you
great chances must be taken in order to turn back Communism.
Green. able to find every one of them
Johnson seems to be anything but spineless when it comes to on Bush
reserve In the UF Main
checking the inroads of international communism as can be seen THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official Library
by his quick but measured action la the Day of Tonkin. Yet his student newspaper of the University of Floridaand where you may listen to them free of charge.It .

policy operates In a manner which offers the enemy "a way is published five times weekly except Is hoped that you will find the "Jazz Heritage"

out" between the diametrically opposing horns of nuclear war and during May, June and July when it is published series history.a "painless" way to learn a little Jazz

surrenderto.Abe West. semi-weekly. Only editorials represent the
Thus, we feel that, while much of what Goldwater says shouldbe official opinion of The Alligator. Columns NEXT WEEK: There are a couple of places

heeded and incorporated Into our present-day thinking and not represent only the opinions of their authors. around Gainesville now where you may go to bear

disregarded, still the leadership should remain In Its present The Alligator is entered as second class matterat good live jazz without fear of being (1)I soot, (2)

hands. the United States Post Office at Gainesville. stabbed, (3) rolled. Next week I'll tell you where
they are and what the Jazz groups are like.



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I Board Finally Seats Miss KellerGLENN I

LANEY previously. Since her original Publications." Valuable Gift
Staff Writer appearance before the board she When Informed she had finally
After nearly five months of con- had been literary advisor to theP. been seated Miss Keller said she
troversy and 45 minutes of deli- K. Yonge literary magazine; was "thrilled." "I thought I had
beration the Board of Student Pub- worked part-time for the summer a very good chance this time In For UF Guys
lications agreed to seat Barbara edition of the Alligator, and been light of my added experience,"
Keller on the board Friday. offered a job on a weekly news- she said.
Accepted along with Miss Keller paper In Orlando called the Corner
was Bob Wilson, ILW, former Cupboard.
In other action, the board seta .
managing editor of the Alligator. Chairman of the board John tentative date of Sept. 17 for an
When Miss Keller originally Webb, assistant professor of jour- electoral board meeting to voteon
appeared before the board for ,
nalism, said, "In the opinion of an editor for the New Orange
seating, board members found her .
the board, Miss Keller's added Peel. The date Is contingent upon .pt
lacking in the basic requirementsfor the seating of the two new mem- .
experience in the field of publications -
membership. To be a memberof ......:J!! .
now makes her eligibleto bers, who must be approved by ._ "
the board student must work :- ,. ..
a sit on the Board of Student UF President J. Wayne Reitz. I ""' 1".5
for a fee-supported publicationof 1JW1JLf'W'
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the UF for at least two t ett /
trimesters, or have experience
equivalent to this. A student must Northwestern MUtU ill !!. .....
also have a 2.5 overall grade- ar1 tile\ Insurance Co I -
point average. r SINCE 1857 ; .
Miss Keller was the editor of .J. Ji6I !

ulaUons Women's Student Handbook.Association She has Reg-also \ ...

worked for the Orlando Sentinel.
The board did not think this sufficient COLLEGE PLANSJiM I
background in the field of H. oowIio.JI. INSURED SAVINGS *
publications for Miss Keller to be Special Agent
MORTGAGE *
seated earlier this year. 1105W. Umr. Avt.Rm. .
Friday, Miss Keller presented 206 Sceu. Bid*. RETIREMENT Campus PacTHE
before the board new qualificationswhich 376-9783
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1955 FORD Convertible. Need 21-in. console TV. WILL BABYSIT with preschoolchild POSITIONS open In Gainesville

money; must sell. Good lookingand Cost $350 new, recently recon- In my home. Fenced in yard Boys Club In Wood Shop, Crafts,
good top. Has to be seen to ditioned. Best offer takes It. Town and playmate. Call 6-4011. (M- physical, Games Room,
be appreciated. Call FR 6-3583 and Country Park, Archer Road. 5-It-c)._ Registration. Afternoons &
(G-5-lt-p). Jerry Shell-Lot 1. (A- -3t-p). Saturdays. Call Mr. Dobbs, FR
EXPERIENCED White housewife 2-5341.CE-1-tf-c).
desires days work.Wlll sew, cook, is the journalist'ssymbol
1961 VOLKSWAGEN. New engine, and clean house.References avail-
1ST YEAR Students to manage
good condition. Call 372-1369 after able. Write to S. Kosslan, Rt. 2,
1964 CHICKASHA Mobile home, 2 apartments near campus. Some
5 p.m. (G-5-3t-c). Box 341F, Galnesville-3-5t-c). for
bedroom 50x10 equipped on lot. painting & cleaning In.return for
Will sell for equity and resume rent free apartment.Apply by mail, .
FREE book and INSURED
Budget
1960 CORVAIR, Good condition. payments.Call 2-7798.A-3-3t-c( ). Peter Moraltes, c/o Fernandas,
Savings Information for married
Economical three speed trans- couples. No obligatlon.Phone 376- THE END. 11915-119th Street, North Largo
mission. Need cash $575. Call Florida. Or call 584-3230. (E-5-
9783 between 1 and 4
John Taylor 376-9204. (G-3-5t-p). p.m. It-c). J
CAMERAS: Retina IIIc with builtin (M-I-IOt-c).

meter; Miranda "D" single lens

1962 COMET with.radio and heater reflex; 250 mm telephoto for OPENING FOR an infant or For the end to
II
preschool children. References NEEDED 1/2 time secretary
at 2-1771
Miranda. Call Arnold
for sale by owner. $1200. See at
furnished. Call FR 6-7673 for In Elementary Education office.
.
247T Flavet III after 5.G-l-5t-c). after 7 p.m. (A-3-3t-p)
appointment. No phone interviews. your advertising Shorthand 90 words per min.
(M-l-5t-c). Typing 50 words per min. Call
Ext. 2120 Mrs.Graham.E-5-5t-c).

1959 CHEVROLET IMPALA l WILL CARE FOR a child 3 yearsor problems
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Convertible, power brakes .and For: ; 13.f\n t older In my home. Nice fencedIn

steering, new engine. Price $995. yard and meals served. WAITERS or WAITRESSES over
Call 485-2365. (G-l-5t-c: ). Reasonable rates. Call FR 2-6623. use the symbolof 21. Apply 1222 W. University Ave.,

LOVELY, contemporary home 2 (M-2-tf-nc). Gatehouse Restaurant. (E-5-3t-c).

blocks from campus in Southwest the

section. Cypress family room;
Imported shutters. Fiber-glass (KISER'SOFFICE
;r.r Sa : I
1 f screened verandas.Maple parquet; Wante.d college crowd :
I tiled baths skylights. Glass walls EQUIPMENTWe

overlooking ravine. Easily con-
PORTABLE Typewriter and case verted Into two apartments if have 78
$39.50, excellent condition; desired. Especially Ideal for WANTED 1950 thru 1954 Fords USED TYPEWRITERS
1 master's cap and gownwornonce couples, nurses, and single pro- and Chevrolets. Al Herndon's THE
$20; 1 girl's English racer fessors. Call p.m.for appointment.FR Service Station, 916 S. E. 4th EXCLUSIVE
$25; 1 sleeping bag $3.50; Floor 2-0328. I-5-6t-p). Street. (C-5-20t-c).
mirror $1.00 & dresser mirror FLORIDAALLIGATOR OLYMPIA DEALER

50?. Contact 6-3261 ext. 2219 or
EIGHT ROOM Unfurnished house.
WANTED Sales Manager for
3631 East University Ave.anytime. Eight miles from the center of Student Publications. Studying RENTALS

-(A-5-lt-p). Gainesville. Stove and refrigerator accounting with 6 hours minimumto Expert Repairs
included. Family preferred. $75 date. This is a trainee position
RCA Total sound HI-FI Stereo-
orthonophonic walnut console, like per month. Call 2-0243 after 5. leading to the position of business EX T: 2832 604 N. Main St.
(B-5-tf-nc). manager of Student Publications.Pay Phone 2-9607
new. Call 376-4054. (A-5-2t-NC).
1 is $10.00 per week for sales

UNEXPECTEDLY Available, Sept. manager job. Apply Student
15 until June,comfortable,convenient Publications Office in the Florida
furnished efficiency Union. (C-3-tf-nc). United Rmt-01I4

crJ apartment for 2 people only.Prefer

either two quiet gentlemen or ,- WE RENT MOST .A MYTH ING '..
refined couple. Apply 321 S.W. 13 La.st &: FOtlnd
Street. (B-5-lt-c). Now you Can Rent If
SANDING MACHINES WALLPAPERING EQUIPMENT
POWER TOOLSCARPENTER PLUMBER'S TOOLSHOUSEHOLD
FOUND 1964 Vero Beach Class TOOLS EQUIPMENT
MOBILE HOME Space. Progress
m ring with initials B.G.T. Ownercan CEMENT TOOLSMECHANIC'S PARTY AND BANQUET NEEDS
Mobile Home Park. 6 miles North
claim by stopping in room 9 TOOLS BABY EQUIPMENT AND BEDS
U.s. 441. Phone 462-1660.Charles
LOADING TOOLS
INVALID NEEDS
Fla. Union. L-5-2t-nc .
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Norris, Manager. (B-l-9t-c). PAINTER'S EQUIPMENT GARDEN AND YARD TOOLS

LOST Florida National Bank of 625 N.W. 8th Ave. OR CALL FR 6-2835

TilE ....,.., CUE STICK BILLIARDS St. Petersburg Check Book. Between -
Hub and New Architecture
.. t 905 N. Main Building. Personalized checks.

Phone 6-9976. (L-5-lt-p).
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program we will open 6:45show 7:15

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KNIFE IN THE WATERDirected F I

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CounselingAll Gator Growl I

tudents pre-med should register and pre-dent withe Swimmers MeetSwim Talent applications for I Libel Suit Round

appearances in Gator Growlare ..
pre-professlonal Counseling Fins and Aqua Gators ;::
available for Individuals :::
lice, 107 Anderson, Mondays UF swimming club, will meet In and groups In Room 308 Florida [ ::|::ti Alachua County Supervisor of Supreme Court had ruled for the
rough Fridays. Please bring Room 210 of Florida Gym tonight. Union. Tryouts will begin : :;|:: Registration Mrs. Alma Bethea New York Times Co. on an appeal
Bourse and section numbers and The prupose of the club Is to Improve September 23. ::: lost the first round of her million from a lower court decision that
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nstructors names. Deadline Is swimming skills and to $:::j: dollar libel suit against the had favored Police CommissionerL.
ct. 2 and will not be extended. present a show each trimester. 111j 111jBarry [#::1| publishers of the Gainesville Daily D. Sullivan.
Miss Dorothy Shields of the !:;:|:: Sun, Friday, but she Is ready to r

Lost CameraA Women's Physical Education Department Motorcade :1 jlji 11: round two. The Supreme Court, In the
sponsors the All ::::::::::: Sullivan Case, stated "We hold
group. !'X
:::::::: today that the Constitution delimits
camera back belonging swimmers are invited to attend. :%:::: Circuit Court Judge John A.
polaroid to The Florida Young W:::1: Murphree dismissed her suit, but a state's power to award damages
Alligator
I Mrs. Americans for Freedom and :::::iijij::: granted her attorney Richard J. for libel in actions brought by
Photographer Carolyn Youth for Goldwater !::$::: public officials against critics of
are organizing : ;::::; Wilson leave to file an amended
I Johnston, which was lost while Sailing Club a motorcade to greet :1:1::::!:|:;:: complaint within 15: days. their official conduct. Since this
[photographing hurricane con- Presidential Candidate Barry ,:::1:1:::;::: is such an action the rules re-
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fusion last w.ek has not yet M. Goldwater on his arrival ::::::::::::1:1::: quiring proof of actual malice uappUcable.
found.It Gator Club ::: Mrs. Bethea had charged in her
been Sailing will meet "
at the .
Orlando Airport. He i&::
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was lost In the vicinity tonight in the Florida Union, and will be $: petition that a March 22 editorial ." 'f
arriving there at 2:15 $$
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I of the Hub and fits a four- anyone interested In sailing, regardless :::| in the afternoon paper had "Actual malice" Is defined by
p.m. on Tuesday September 15. ::::::: :
by-five camera. If it is found, of experience, is Invitedto :::1 jj:: permanently damaged her the high court as a statementthat
Anyone who would be :::::
j please return It to The Alligator attend. jiij:::: reputation: as a public official and ; was made "with knowledgethat
Interested in driving down or :::::1:1:::::.
:::: had made false statements regarding -
Each trimester It false with reckless
office. experienced sai- was or
who would i:::
like transportation :;:::::::
:i her duties and
lors |:) of whether It falseor
run a teaching program for disregard was
there Is urged to call either |jij
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those who wish to learn how to ;:: responsibilities as supervisor of not."
ROTC Drill ||||
George Hubert at 372-2957
or :::;:::: registration before and after the
sail.Sunday Bill Cliett at 376-0375 for i$:::::;
I!11 March 17 city elections. Attorney Wilson said he will
20 at 1
Sept. ,
Drill practice for freshmen p. m. further information. :SS:::::
:: return an amended complaint to
the will travel to its Lake
group
.! In the Air Force ROTC :
enrolled Wauberg facilities for the first ::: Judge Murphree's ruling was Include allegations that the Sun
|:::program will be held beginning training Call I|::::1|:: based on the Sullivan case in editorial was written with actual
[!:the week of September 14, atlithe program. Roger Skit ChairmenAll
: Straub (FR66158)for further information :1: Birmingham, Ala. The U. S. malice.Valuable. .
Auditorium. -- -------- -- --
: University
[:j Sophomores will meet on their 1 I

|::1 respective days at the Drill skit chairmen for 1964 ;11:;i t; Gift
K::: Field. Uniforms may be picked Book Sale Gator Growl are requested to :::::::::
Jjup:: by freshmen on Monday, meet tonight at 7 in Room 324 :::jij:::::
I::i|,:;Tuesday, and Wednesday of next Florida Union. This meeting Is !:::1:1::
Tijjweek.::::: Sophomores can pick Hurricane Dora closed down the open to any organization on ::::1:1:::
Ijtheir's::1: up anytime this week. student book sale Wednesday and campus. :.': ::: For UF Coeds


II Thursday.Drew Haslett, Secretary of
rt''
Free Book Student Activities, reports that
:::: persons who have purchased books PI Sigma Epsilon/ |
;::::; Extra copies of the 1963 which are not to be used in their ::::::
:!::1: College Placement Annual are courses may pick up money claims PI Sigma Epsilon, ::|:p;:::::
[:::!|:, available to students in 309 today and tomorrow from three to professional business :|j:!:
:::::$ Florida Union. The annual lists five o'clock in room 309 of the fraternity, will meet tomorrow:::::::;
t more than 1800 corporate and Florida Union. night at 7 In room 208 Florida 1 ijjijij 11!!!:
:!:!::1 governmental employers with Union. All members are urged ::::::$::;
!$:: the occupational needs of each. to attend. :.::


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ainesville girl last week touched : .v
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Police Chief S. D. Joiner said
.e attacker "fits the general des-
rlptlon" of the phantom rapistho
terrorized a number of local THE MOST PRACTICAL ASSORTMENT OF

omen earler this summer. FINE, NATIONALLY ADVERTISED PRO-
This latest attack, which oc-
irred In a alley behind a down- 9 ; 1a. DUCTS-COURTESY OF THESE FAMOUS

*n apartment In broad daylight, MANUFACTURERS.
* the first reported since late ;
ly Most of the previous assaults Y
ve been at night who
on women
're alone. The Blazer f FreeWITH

Last week's attack apparently A Jacket
flushed the Police with little new
!Wence to aid In their search. With

's quite possible" that this is Tradition I ti- JUST A 50<; DONATION TO
' work of the same attacker, ,
!her said.

The attacker has previously sex- English inspired American accepted. Have this jacket in

Uj assaulted one woman, your wardrobe and always be ready to go almost anywhere, "Dollars forScholars"

empted to rape another and has anytime. Featured in an unusually fine all wool 'flannel in
lded gunfire with a third In the choice of colors with authentic natural shoulder
,. an impressive
and hooked center vent in the true
Ascription of the rapist, given styling. lapped seams
the victims: Indicates that he tradition of College Hall. $3500Gntfn -
about 5 feet 10 or 11 inches
::1, weighs from 145 to 160 pounds
1 peaks "fairly good" English.

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I II\II I 1 with SEC Favorite AgainSeven

I GLENN LANEY

1 Sports Editor is the magic number for seven. With 17 years and a 137- will be just as strong, if not
, John Howard Vaught and his Ole 32-9 record behind him, Vaught is stronger.The .
Miss football Rebels as they'llbe the "wlnningest" coach now active Rebel attack will be more
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for their seventh since the in 1964 with Jim
, .x Here's a brand new season shooting retirement Oklahoma'sBud versatile
Who Is He? The Gator fans all cheer, Southeast Conference (SEC) Wilkinson. Weatherly and Jim Heidel taking
i But they will have to wait football championship. turns at calling signals. Mike
1./? "The Mad Punter has struck For another year. Vaught's eleven brought him a Many of the key players of the Dennis, 197; Billy Sumrall, 175;
: again. .only this time he Is They think they've really got It, 7-0-2 record and an SEC title In 1963 squad have graduated and gone Dave Jennings, 177 Dave Wells and
) going by the name of"The Gator But wait until they see 1963 and the rebels are favoredto to play professional football, but Bill Clay, both 190-pounders give
Hater." How the Southwest's Mustangs go all the way In winning number there is little doubt the new crop Ole Miss plenty of muscle In the
I r. His poem, while falling a little Close the door on old Dupree. backfield.
V fJ' short of perfect Iambic They're taking them for granted. Baezler/ Hits HisOffensive Frank Kinard, 205, finally getsa
pentameter, Is amusing. His They think they aren't men. chance to see action after being
predecessor came awfully closeto But SMU will show 'em red-shirted for two years.KInard,
calling the upset in the Rich- As they score again and again. StrideFlorida's could be the fastest fullback in' the
mond game last season. When it 30-0 the Gators will awake SEC.
For those of you who are new to And see to doubt the MustangsWas Eighteen lettermen return to the
'of."" the UP this poem expresses whatIs a big mistake.As new two platoon holds the high school broad jump line positions. Up front leadersare
supposed to be the spirit of for Tommy Shannon approach to football has given new record in the Florida Relays. Allen Brown,225-pound senior
the typical UF fan. I use the word And Steve Spurrier, too. life to many Gators, in the opinionof lie's only 5-8, but weighs 186 left end, and Stan Hindman, the
supposed because I really don't They'll give their all, head coach Ray Graves, but no pounds and Is extremely strong. A 225-pound right guard. Both rateas
think this to be true. But lose the ball, boy has come along faster than determined runner, Baeszler will All-America candidates.
In the past students have cheered As the Mustangs come rushing halfback Marquis Baeszler. operate at tailback for the Gatorsin Also coming back is Frank
for the opposing team. .when It through. 1964. Lambert, who specializes in
was someone insignificant like Somewhere down in Dallas The stocky Atlanta sophomoreis "By platooning him we get the booming punts and occasionallyplays
Richmond. I don't think anyone All hearts will be gay, a standout offensive back, com- advantage of his talents," says at end. There's plenty of beef
.has heard to many students But not in Gainesville, Florida bining good balance, speed and Graves. "We think Marquis will and depth from tackle to tackle
cheering for the opposition when When the Mustangs win Saturday. power with a knack for broken be a standout back this year, with Bo Aldridge, 225; Joe Dean,
t field running. His defensive play capable of giving us a big lift 222, and Jim Harvey,240 at tackle.
left something to be desired and and also Bobby Roblnson,220 Rod Mattlna,
It was someone like Florida State, or Miami. by long runs providing a ;
this would have cut down on threat on tough-yardage runs 215; Don Wlndham, 222, along with
When Mississippi comes to town we may be losing by a large playing time until Graves set up into the middle." Hindman hold down the guard spots.
( number of points, but I'll bet we will still boo them as lustily in the this new substitution system. Junior Ray Bedingfleld fills the
waning seconds of the last quarter as we did in the first few moments "Baeszler has been one of the Just For KicksThe center position.
of the game. finest runners we've had all fall," Mississippi still does not have
says Graves. "He will give our UF Soccer club will hold the toughest schedule in the con-
This will probably be a season with more downs than ups, but It offense a big lift and should be a Its second practice of the year ference, but the Rebels play enough
could be the season when the Gator fan finally becomes of age. In threat both Inside and wide. this Saturday Sept. 19 on Flemming good teams to prove their ability.
the past years much has been expected of the team and sometimesit Baeszler i sa product of Field. All who are Interested are Last season the Rebels let critics
hasn't happened. Maybe this year Just the reverse will be true. Atlanta's Southwest High School, urged to come out by soccer coach and LSU have it with a 37-3
a standout track man who still Alan Moore. lashing of the Bengals.


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