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Title: The Florida alligator
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Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: September 19, 1964
Publication Date: 1912-1973
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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The Florida Gators and the Southern Methodist -
Mustangs, two enemies of unknown
potential, collide today at 130 p. m. before
44,000 Florida Field fans and several million
44 a MpY Y a r4yb'
more on regional television.
Gator head Coach Ray Graves vowed an
6 y "offensive" showing from the Florida eleven -1 4 ti
:' and said he expected the same from the -
IF-i--- : Mustangs.
Doth teams use an abundance of untried
sophomores and the platoon system of / f
football. Both ar e considered by many as
u the darkhorse of their respective confer-
Florida sports the 12th leading punter In r mt !
Hal Seymour, who averaged 40.7 yards on
52 punts as a sophomore. The Gators also
1 i have sophomore quarterback Steve Spurrierwho .
has shown amazing accuracy on coffin
corner punts In pre-season work. In one t
1.1t recent practice session, Spurrier kicked 20 r "
straight out-of-bounds Inside the 15-yard- h
line. I
J To oppose Florida boosters, SMU bringsto
Florida Field the nation's leading punter rMl h
of 1963, quarterback Danny Thomas, who
r A averaged 44 yards on 48 punts.
t "We look for a great punting duel betweenour
two boys and Thomas," Coach Ray
Graves says. "We know both our boys are
good kickers and are proud of our kicking
game, which also includes punt coverage wYw
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There's nothing more exciting for fans, coaches and players wr M W21TiN r Pick up almost any state newspaper, turn stctlon
than a season-opening football game and this year I am more .and what do you see? florida Facet Roughest Schedule"
excited than ever before. or "Gators Lucky to Finish 5-3."
We are starting a schedule already regarded as the toughestIn Everyone I* getting In the act, predicting doom for our .legions.
the Southeastern Conference (SEC) and certainly Florida's Volumes of Information have been written about what our opponentshave.
most demanding one In history. This, of course, Is enough to r For a change lets take a look at what the Gators have going
excite a coach who likes to win. for them. Maybe they aren't in such bad shape after all.
My excitement stems, however, from an eagerness to get The Gator's offense Is greatly Improved over last years.
started Into a season I look forward to as no season before. Biggest improvement Is In the offensive blocking up front. Led
This Florida squad beats any I've ever been associated with for ag by 240 pound Larry Gagner, the Gator have an offensive line
spirit and determination and it bas done everything demandedof which outweighs SMU's by ten pounds a man.
It In practice. In the backfield, of course, Is All-Am.rlcaC candidate Larry
This Is the kind of football team which makes a coach know Dupree. Dupree has been ailing tor part of this fall, but shouldbe
be's chosen the right profession. It's certainly not a team likely going full strength for this game.
to win every game against the caliber of competition it faces Tie quarterbacking position has been greatly strengthened .
this season, but it's a team which will give it 100 percent every by the addition of Steve Spurner up from last years freshman :
week and has no boys who put themselves above the team. squad. Tommy Shannon, Florida's number one quarterback, will
We have asked for spirited, aggressive football. We have start the game today with many UP career passing records
asked for good senior leadership and for sobpomores whose easily within his grasp. The list Is long and impressive. They
mistakes will be those of Inexperienced boys giving It all they are I. Rushing and passing yardage-Shannon needs only 466 I
have to win. more yards %. Attempted passes.-Shannon needs only 66 more; i
This is exactly what we have gotten from this squad. 3. Completed passes..only 23 more; 4. Completion average
It's a team which defend the support of Florida students record Is 50.3 Shannon's average Is 94.2 5. Passing yardage-
because It truly represents this student body with a high set only 401 more yards are needed.

of standards. _
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23-year old accused Negro
rapist used doors left unlockedfor
a class of UP law studentsto
walk away from county jail
yesterday and was still eluding a
r state-wide man-hunt late last
Alachua County Sheriff Joe
Crevasse said Randolph Pitts,who
was charged with the daylight rape
of an 18-year old white girl In
downtown Gainesville, walked
through at least two doors to gain
his freedom sometime between 3
and 3:30 p.m. yesterday.City .
county and state law offi-
cers joined In n search for the
Negro yesterday after he escapedIn
prisoner's clothing from the

sheriff's department official
said, "Several doors had to be
left unattended for the law students -

I Board Staff of BARBER Writer Control Faces Jigsaw PuzzleED ,I IThe

State Board of Control began trying to fit together the splintered AT HOMECOMING
peices of Florida's system of higher education here yesterday and
then pondered the tough question of which university would get how muchof
the state's money.In FBK To Hear
the afternoon session, Dr. J. Broward Culpepper, executive
director of the Board, rose to say, "We have been working In the
light of space and enrollment problems In preparing this program. Sen. Fulbriaht
They both will have an Impact on our building plans."
"For the past several years," he continued, "we have asked the ......
legislature to accept our recommendations. We hope that you will Senator J. William Fulbrlght, and teaching abroad.
go all the way with our requests, but If not we have prepared a chairman of the powerful Senate His book, "Old Myths and New 4
list and hope that the Committee on Foreign. Relations, Realities," released this year by
will follow these will be keynote speaker at the Flor Random House, was termed by
Gore Doubts construction in order ida Blue Key banquet during UF Saturday Review as "the sensible
priority. Homecoming at the Friday, Oct. man's guide to this year's crucial
"We have asked each 1617. He speaks Oct. 10. foreign policy Issues."
A&M DemiseDr. tion to list Its Individual The Arkansas Democrat: has Sen. Fulbrlght began his professional -
order. We then took championed the causes of educa. career as special attor-
Ray Gore,president of FlorIda came to an Interesting tion and better foreign relations ney In the Anti-Trust Divisionof
A & M, expressed doubt of The first priorities in the since entering national politic the Department of Justice. In
Dr. J. Broward Culpepper's state- amount to $7,500,000 for u in 1942. 1933 he left the post to lecturein
ment that Florida A & M will be ies alone, before any He was a co-sponsor of the law at George Washington University.
phased out when a majority of would even show. William Fulbright Fulbrlghl-llays Act which createdthe He returned to the University -

Florida's Negro students moved Culpepper pointed out ........_.....,............rr..........rr....r....r.v..r r..y scholarships.. r for. .graduate study of Arkansas as a memberof
Into other colleges In Florida."I Is a list of 123 Items : J : : :rrlrrrarr.:* .:'l:?'rrlr: rrrlrr r rffffWJ rlfir/ the law school faculty In 1936
don't anticipate any such priority list, with the and In 1939 at age 34 he was
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move In the foreseeable future," through :51 alone totaling $ rf Nara U 5 Clash tl'
he said following the Board of Hon. sity.He clty.
Control's meeting Friday after "We have tried to give :: fir's was elected to Congress In
noon. to a reasonable need," I Tonkin Incident s 1942 and soon became a memberof
Culpepper, In a comment after "We've tried our 4)r I the Foreign Affairs Committee.
the meeting, said he expected the to allocate those on a need He Introduced the "Fulbrlght Res-
development to take place In about "I want to be sure TO NU PI-U. S. aDd Communist forces clashed r:,' olution," which called for participation
25 years. senior institutions are off the North Vietnamese coast after a six- by the U. S, in an iter-
Gore said that A & M was In par," said Dr. Wayne S. No casualties or damage were reported on the national organization to maintain
urgent need of funds. "We need Board member from :r side. the peace, and Is generally considered -
new buildings, especially new keep quality as our first ::: Secretary Robert S. McNamara confirmed that 5 to tc the forerunner to
science classrooms. Our present ation as we grow with the r "incident" had taken place in the Gulf of Tonkin, r the establishment of the United
science facilities are very poor. a stitutions. :: two separate Rod torpedo boat attack' on U. 8. 0 Nations.
We also need dormitories very "This has been early In August r In 1994, Senator Fulbrlght was
badly." along In our priority mua'l statement, Issued through the Pentagon press the lone member of the Senateto
Five professors at A 6 M are Culpepper replied, "but we six hours after the incident was reported to vote against additional funds
presently going to FSU and working wish to slight the new place at abort 9:30 a. m., EDT yesterday. That for the Special Investigating Subcommittee -
upon their Pb. D. while teaching In any way." 9:30 p. m. In the Far East. headed by the late Senator -
and others are taking just "As I look over this list learned that the first report to the Pentagon Indi Joseph McCarthy and sponsored -
one class, Gore said. J. Wayne Reitz, UF American ship had opened fire onaa attacking vessel, the censure resolution against -
He said It was too early to tell said, "11 we are to meet a PT boat. 0 Senator McCarthy. In that
what position the 65 legislature cation needs. .all these same year he was appointed by
will take concerning funds for ings are necessary. You (Continued on Page 4)) the President as a member of the
Florida A & M, and If they will about priority. 1 United States Delegation to the
be of any great help In providing become a real General Assembly of the United
the needed facilities. (Continued on Page ) 1 !$ 'fff't' 1ff $ ._Z M nations.Humphrey .


Page 4, The Florida Alligator, Saturday, Sept. 19, 1964 _

I Reds, U.S. Clash After Six-Week Lull I

of what retaliatory orders, U. S. Navy
hint fighter-bomb-
(Continued From Page 3)) known immediately whether the There has been no damage reported There was no
action the United States era struck at PT boat bases
American vessels had been under by American vessels and no
along 100 miles of the North
be considering.On Viet.
American personnel,
They said the shooting was actual attack. loss of Aug. 2, three Soviet built namese coast. They damaged or
radar-directed because of low visibility McNamara said his reports were said.The President North Vietnamese PT boats destroyed 25 Red gun-boats, along
caused by fog and the dark "preliminary" and that nothing Johnson White House being s/iid/ kept "fully attacked the U. S. destroyer Maddox with a big oil depot at Vtnh.
ness. more would be said officially untilan Informed.was" In International waters In the The U. S. attackers also des
These sources said It was not Investigation was completed. Gulf of Tonkin, between the North troyed seven Communist antiaircraft .
-., -.-.., Viet Nam coast and the Commu- Installations near the oil
> / StateGets nist Chinese island of Hainan. depot, later reconnaissance flights
X < 1't' } The Maddox aided by U. S. showed.
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planes, returned fire, and one of Johnson's retaliatory response,
: MillionFor
) fJl4'.; 4/ 3 the PT boats was believed sunk. described as "limited and fitting,"
I ; ri1 SFr On Aug. 4, sir Red gunboats was endorsed swiftly by Congress.
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rq.q StormWASHINGTON attacked the Maddox and its new Congress adopted by an overwhelming
patrol companion, the destroyerC. margin a resolution approving

';t (UPIPresident Turner Joy. At least two of any action Johnson
;1"; 'ii i Johnson Friday allocated $3 million the PT boats were sunk by U. S. deemed necessary to repel further
In emergency relief funds to air and sea fire. Communist attacks in Southeast
That night, on the President's Asia.
Florida for damage caused by
t f Hurricane Dora.

The White House said that the
federal financial assistance was Board of Controlbut I

being made under the President's
Vii7i earlier designation of the hurri-
cane-stricken area as a major (Continued From Page 3)) to me it seems"a kind of

-L disaster. you look first at utilities, you see eeny-meeny-mlny-mo.
The aid will supplement state that they have been given high "In deciding on the priority
; 9 ., r d4y and local resources for debris priority. .and they are needed; given to the needs of each Institution
clearance, protective, health and and unfortunately, especially hereat ," Culpepper rose to say, "we
sanitation measures and repair the UF."But had to take the lists given us by
uyi f ,Flt '.'''W and replacement of essential ," he emphasized, "utili each institution and mesh them to
public utilities, the White House ties are charged against us in the gether."

said.The cost of construction. In meetingthe Later, in the Joint session with
assistance was granted to educational needs of Floridawe the legislative sub-committee on
Florida because of "serious and
are going to need reconsider- higher education, Culpepper reported
widespread" damage caused by ation." that the total number of

Hurricane Dora on Thursday,Sept. "In the case of need," Reitz students enrolled In the state's

10. continued, "we still have 12 per university system was 38,238 com
Last Friday the President accompanied cent of our classrooms in tem- pared with last year's 31,200.
key government offi- "The of such is
---- porary buildings which were sup- aspect growth
UF PRESIDENT J. Wayne Reitz, on the right, Is shownat cials on an inspection tour of the posed to have a life of five years what we have to consider," Cul

yesterday's Board of Control meeting here as he stud- eastern hurricane Florida.ravaged At areas that of time North-he after the end of World War HI pepper continued. "We have done
studies needs of
"There is no music departmentin on our
ies one of the several problems which came before the promised all possible federal the United States that is housedin university system and each time

group. (Photos by Nick Arroyo) assistance In recovery efforts. a more dastardly building," he we have, the number has jumpedIn
The White House said the Officeof
exclaimed. "And the psychology the thousands.
r Emergency- Planning was directing department Is located 1 n the "We expect in excess of
and coordinating damage worst housing of any institutionin 200,000 in the total educational
and disaster assistance
f survey the nation." system, both public and private,
activities from Its field office in
Festival of Vitas Pausing, Reitz then added em- by 1970," he said. "The numberwe
Jacksonville, Fla. It said emer-
phatically, "We seem to have not have now is approximately
gency recovery operations alreadyare
underway. only an element of need here, 100,000."

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Politicos: Yoo HooDon't
forget to wave to all your Student Government and Blue
Key friends on the 50 yard line. If you can't see the game from 7r.
where you're sitting, check with them Monday for how it looked
from the 50.

Pooh On School SpiritPooh f

on school spirit. 7Q1 ( ) :

That's the UF way. It's always been that way and many people -
say It always will. We disagree and hope you do too.
Today, the football team needs the student body behind It.
The Gators have worked hard since last August preparing for
their second season-opening television game today.
They deserve to be supported and since the two teams are
rated about even, that extra showing of school spirit might lI'
possibly mean the difference.But I'
many people say it's "uncool" to yell, or they just don't I V '-- 'L..J U ( 'J \
want to be bothered. It's too much trouble and the team doesn't U

care anyway.We "A Florida fan needs introduction J I" I
hope those people are In the minority today. We rememberthe no
show of pride and excitement the UF student body displayedlast
fall when the Gators upended mighty Alabama, then No. 3
in the nation. The town of Gainesville (or at least the Inter-
section of 13th Street and West University Avenue) almost burnedto LETTERS:
the ground. The Municipal Airport will never be the same.A I

huge crowd celebration.That estimated. at over 8,000 met the returning Gators witha Promote General Welfare ?

proved to us that UF students are CAPABLE of showing
enough school spirit to whip anybody. The Gators this year have
the potential to do likewise. EDITOR: to promote the general welfare and preserve
At the time you are reading this, the slate this season Is still domestic tranquility.When .
clean. The Gators are "undefeated."How they fare today dependson This past summer has been marked by many we look at the Civil Rights Bill, the
them..-AND ON YOU. advances in the civil rights movement. The main issue Is not forcing equality upon people
Can they count on you? biggest gain was the passage of the Civil Rights who don't want It, but rather that of preservingor
P. S. Oh yes, you don't have to be a student to yell; "old Bill through Congress. A unique situation protecting Inalienable rights. Does the Civil
folks" are eligible too.Hail. presents Itself in relation to the meaning of Rights Bill promote the general welfare and
the term equality In this Bill. Both pro and preserve domestic tranquility, or does It cause
antl-clvll rights proponents define equality by race riots and chaos In a society such as ours?
Monday, UF will pay tribute to that highest Ideal of universitylife the same expert source: Thomas Jefferson. This question can only be answered In time
scholarship. The 11th annual Scholarship Convocation will The stature of Jefferson as a spokesmanof after the Civil Rights Bill has had a chanceto
feature the presentation of awards honoring outstanding academic American Democracy cannot be denied, but be put In use.
achievement and a speech by former consultant on the arts to his views on equality must be evaluated In
the late President Kennedy, Dr. August Hecksher. relation to the period of time he lived and the Robert M. Keyserllng, 6ED
We urge all students, old and new alike, to attend this function.It social structure of that period. The Citizens'
should be well worth the expenditure of time; besides, classesare Councils Of America this summer publishedan
to be dismissed during the scheduled hours.TODAY'S advertisement In the New York Times
offering Information on the plausibility of the Consistency ShownEDITOR
QUOTE"I seperatlon of the races. They used the following
endeavor to make circumstances submit to me, not me to quotation from an autobiography by Jefferson
circumstances." referlng to It as "Jefferson's Prophecy About
Race Relations." :
Horace "Nothing Is more certainly written In the book
of fate, than that these people are to be free; I want to congratulate the Alligator's Editorial
nor Is It less certain that the two races, equally Staff on its efforts to Inspire Interested
The FloridaALLIGATOR free, cannot live In the same government.Nature, discussion and participation In the vital matterof
habit, opinion have drawn indelible lines of our presidential elections.In .
distinction between them. It Is still In our powerto the Wed. Sept. 16 issue of The Alligator
direct the process of emancipation and there was a letter to the Editor from a Mr.
deportation, peaceably, and in such slow degree, Douglas Midgley. Being "tired of hearing people
as that the evil will wear off insensibly, and talk about Goldwater and the Reactionary
Served by United Press International that their place be, part passu, filled up by Right'," Mr.Midgley proposes a close Inspectionof
free white laborers. If, on the contrary, it Is the Democratic ticket, in fine retaliatory
Editor. . . . .i . . . .Walker Lundy left to force Itself on, human nature must spirit.He .
Managing Editor. . . . . .-. Joel Gaston shudder at the prospect held up."The plausibilityof then, goes on to state that It would take
Executive Editor . . . . . .Ron Spencer Jefferson's argument is readily apparent "a colossal gall to endorse a candidate for the
Assistant Managing Editor. . . . .Benny Cason when one realizes this quotation Is from the Vice Presidency who has a voting record which
Assistant Managing Editor. . . . .Dave Berkowitz early 19th century when there were little more merely rubber stamps the Americans for Demo-
Editorial Page Editor. . . . . .JIm Hammock than a half a million slaves in the United States. cratic Action's 'super liberalism'." The
Sports Editor. . . . . . .Glenn Laney Today Is 150 years and more than 20 million candidate he Is referring to In this connection
City Editor. . . . . . . .Skip Havlser emancipated slaves later. These former slavesare Is Senator Hubert Humphrey.
Campus Living Editor. . . . . .Jackie Cornelius known by a more common term. Citizensof I think most of us would agree with Mr.
the United States. Midgley that we don't want in high office the
Editorial Assistants .- Bruce _Dudley, Tova Levine, Jim Castello, One other Idea that disturbs me is the urgency kind of man who merely parrots the ideas of
Ann Carter, Don Federman, Nancy Brachey, Ernie Lltz (Circulation that the segregationist cries the call of non- an organization or the people who surroundhim
Manager). equality. As If this Idea were something new and who Is without sufficient Intellect and
from the forge of human wisdom and he Is characte to develop his own opinions and support
I Reporters Ed Barber (Tigert Hall Beat Chief), Patti Pita the first to enunciate it gravely. The only them.
(Student Government Beat Chief), Frank Shepherd, Eunice Tall, facet of reality that I share with other human Here I think It Important to note that Senator
Cyntha Tunstall, Sue Haugsted, Agnes Fowles, Bob Deloach, Fran beings Is that I have been born and that I will Humphrey Is not simply a dues-paying memberof
, Snider, George Mlms, Ernie Lltz, Sheldon Clment, Gerald: Jones, die. That Is the only equality that I share with the Americans for Democratic Action .
1 Bill Sadowski, Donal Decker, Joan Gaston, Dan Mowbray,Judy Knight, somebody else. he Is one of the founders of the organlzj
Ami Saperstein, Edwin Brownrigg, Evan Langbeln, Joe Waldorf, The pro civil rights proponent takes his and has served not only on the Board ..
\ Steve Keating, Yvett Cardozo, Greg Seltz, John Medleln, John quotation from the sacred American documentof Directors but as Chairman and Vice-Chairman
McDonough, Holly Howard, David Kennedy, Chris Hundley, Thelma democracy, the Declaration of Independence. also. He Is a leader; not passively echoing the
Mossman, Harold Aldrich, Marjorie Guen, Hall Cain, Pam Brown, Jefferson stated, "that all men are created Ideas of others but actively originating them.
Jeffrey Dente walter, Vincent Schaefer, Marty Berlanstein, William equal. That they are endowed by their creator How many of Benjamin Franklin's political
Doe, Richard Ryckaert, Dick Dennis, Lee Alexander, Jim .Claxton, with certain Inalienable rights, among these opponents criticized him for "rubber stampingthe
, Joe McTUtt, JaM Young, Glenn Stokes, David Ross, Btvtrly Faber, life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness." ideas of our Constltutloa"?
Bob Golub, Sharon Kelly, Joe Kollln, Jim CarletoStan Kulp, Marjorie- This statement IX logically analyzed gives a I submit that we can view Senator Humphrey's
I Green. different meaning to me. All men are created voting record as tabulated by the Americansfor
equal In that they created. Inalienable
are Any Democratic Action as a demonstration of
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official Student newspaper rights that any man has stem from the value high consistency In his voting. He certainly
t of th. University of Florida and Is published five times weekly system of the culture or society of which he is appears to know and be sure of what he thinks;
except: owing May, June and July when It Is published seml-wetkly. a member. These values, or Inalienable rights, to have a political philosophy which be can and
Only editorials represent the official opinion of The Alligator. are put Into force by the mechanism of a will support at all times. These are not
Colu represent only the opinions of their authors. The Alligator government performing- protecting them as characteristics we can expect to find on the
Is A as second class matter at the United States Post Office i jat written law. A basic precept of American Republican ticket.
Democratic Government is that it was. set up

Robert W. ChamberllnPage
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Saturday, Sept. 191964, The Florida Alligator, Page 7 ...

Crackdown Beans; On Fake 1.0. '5

- -- - -
Students using false identification harassing students under 21
yearsof eluding beer as well as making
cards to purchase alsoholic "
age, he said. "But because
it unlawful to misrepresent his
beverages are the target of a there are so many false IJ.cards StatutesSection

crackdown begun this week by going around, we're really going age.Judge
Wade Hampton who found
local law enforcement agencies, to start enforcing the law."
according to city attorney OseeR. The law the youth guilty but suspended his 562.11 (2), Florida Statutes.It .
was referring sentence, said he thought a driver's
Fagan. to is a state
statute that
"We haven't made a practice of Illegal for license was probably the best Iden- is unlawful: for any person to misrepresent or misstatehis
any person to mis- tification for a license to request. or her age or the age of any ttoer person for the purposeof
represent his age to anyone.Maxi- "That's something almost inducing any licensee, his agents or employees, to sell, give,
Plan To End term mum penalty is a six-month Jail everyone would have and It's about serve or deliver any alcoholic beverages to a person under
fine of
or a $500.
the hardest to falsify," he said. twenty-one years of age. Anyone convicted of violating the
Fagan said a case last Tuesday "It also has a description of the provisions hereof shall be punished by Imprisonment in the
Alumni ApathyA r in City Court of a 19-year-old person too." county jail for not more than three months or by fine of not
UF student
"brought" the sltuat- Hampton added, "The person more than two hundred fifty dollars; provided, any person under
tlon to
plan to combat apathy in UF a responsible is the one which shouldbe the age of seventeen years violating said provisions shall be
alumni will be Inaugurated soon The student attempted to use charged either the operatorfor within the Jurisdiction of the Judge of the Juvenile court, If any,
by StudentGovernmentSG), two false Identification cards from improper checking in makingthe or the county Judge acting as a juvenile Judge and shall be dealt

according to Charley Plumb, sec- Orlando Jr. College to purchase sale or the minor for posses-. with by said Judge as a Juvenile delinquent according to law.
beer in a grocery outlet and a sion and misrepresentation."
retary of alumni affairs.
plain colthesman was in the storeat The university administrationhas Section 562.111, Florida Statutes.

The plan Is to survey reac- the time, according to Fagan. under the discussion a planto

tions of 50-100 students to deter- The store manager was suspi- issue a permanent lamanated Possession of alcoholic beverages by minors prohibited. It

mine the things which alienate a cious of the youth's appearance and identification card with a color is unlawful for any person under the age of twenty-one yearsto

graduate from the university. SG asked for additional identification.The picture of the holder, but so far have in his or her possession alcoholic beverages, except
will especially focus on those which boy left the store and went the plan is bogged down with financial persons employed under the provisions of Section 562.13, acting

factors present during a student's across the street where he boughtthe problems.Dean in the scope of their employment.Sec. .
college years that cause this alien- beer with the two false I.D. of Men Frank T. Adams

ation. cards, Fagan said. The police- said money for the lamanatlng 4-11, Gainesville Code of Ordinances
man followed the youth and process must be obtained and that

The information compiled from arrested him the plan is at least one year Consumption possession, prohibitions.a .
these informal Interviews will be "We've been trying to concen- from adoption. Florida State Uni- ( ) Parks, similar areas. It shall be unlawful for any personto
studied by a student alumni trate on the licensees and place versity has a similar plan in consume or to have In his or her possession any alcoholic

committee headed by Spurgeon the responsibility on them," Fagan operation now, Adams said. beverages in a publicly owned park or recreation area, or on
Cherry, director of intramurals. said. "But the law is very specific He said a student could be sus- any public school property or at any municipally owned and
about what minors may not do." pended from the university If he operated recreation centers or swimming pools, or at the stadium

Students classified Junior and The law, a state statute, for were arrested for falsifying an located near the Waldo !Road commonly known as Citizens: Field.b .
above will be selected for the bids a minor from being in posses identification card but added "It ( ) Other areas. It shall be unlawful for any person to consumeor

Interviews. sion of alcoholic beverages': in- would depend on the cir- have in his or her possession any alcoholic beverages in any
cumstances."We open container on any public street, thoroughfare, sidewalk,
We FeatureNEW have talked to a number or on any publicly owned parking facility in the city, nor shall

and put them on probation," he any person consume or bave In his or her possession any alcoholic

& USED GUARANTEEDTYPEWRITERS said. "The university also reports beverages In an open container on any private property, exceptas
all offenses to the State a lawful guest and with the consent of the owner or personIn

Beverage Commission." charge of such private property.

Gainesville Police Capt. R. T.

Angel said the I.D. cud problemwas

"growing," but added it was
"nothing: to worry about yet." U.S. Boosts Space Lead I

ALL MAKES & MODELS City police are paying more

attention to it now since the county
CAPE KENNEDY (UPI-Amer- the German V-2 rocket and often
made selling alcoholic beverages
Portables Standards ica's Saturn-1 super rocket hurled called the "father of the flaturo."
legal year, Angel said.
model of three-man told newsmen the saUUU was
a dummy a
"Before then, they only had beer
Into orbit around earth pinning in orbit around'earth.One .
Electric &, Manual and that wasn't much of a spaceship
this nation's reporter asked the reason
problem," he said. "We check today, beefing up ap-
parent lead over the Soviet UnionIn for the delay In announcing what
closer now than we did before.
the race to the moon. had happened. "TherVi no
University Office Equipment Co. The 19-story rocket, billed as trouble," Von Braun said. "I can

Liberal Forum the mightiest in the world, thun- confirm it right now-It is InortttJ'
2727 N.W. 6th ST.-Phone 372-0963
dered aloft at 11:23 a. m. EST
Meets SundayThe
and 10 minutes later shoved its Goldwater GroupThere

19-ton pay load"boilerplate"Apollo
University Liberal Forum moon capsule and burned- will be an organizational

I a\ I will hold organizational meeting out rocket casing Into orbit. meeting of Students forGoldwaUr,
tomorrow night at 7:30 in Room Fifty five minutes later, Dr*. Monday, Sept. 21, at 7 p.m. in
1 h 116 of the Florida Union. Wernher Von Braun. creator of the Florida Union Auditorium.
.--. ,.,..
r I .

rT j Soldier Still Most Important. I

With all the technical advancesIn National Guardsman--Is told in a lie without charge throughout its

the science of warfare, the colorful "The SoIdler-Key to five day showing.A .
individual soldier is still a prime Landpower" exhibit to appear In multi-unit display, the "501.
requisite for success on the bat- the rotunda of the ROTC building dier" exhibit U a vivid graphic
I : l< tlefield. from Monday, Sept. 21, through presentation of the skills,qualities

Friday, Sept. 25Xlnclusivf dates). and millions of the men who

I The story of this versatile professional The Department of the Army serve in Army uniform at Regulars -

Elegant, understated -Regular, Reserve and exhibit will be open to the pub- and cltlzen-soldltrs of the
Reserve components.
permanently pleated
Dramatic, high-Interest transparencies -
dress in an interesting dep'lcttheArmyproftssional -

a Glen Plaid with Bias- the Reservist and the

scarf detail. A most National Guardsman performing
dress their diverse duties as America'skey
newsworthy for
to land power -sharpening
Fall 1964.
I their combat fkllli forrapld,
effective res ponce to national
E v emergency.

Tto modular exhibit is high
4,1K lighted by a specially produced

tea-minute motion picture documentary -

'1:' '., : showing the many
r-I aspect of the Army soldier; from .
the infantryman of World War

,, II to today's mlsslleman, and from
the combat soldier In Korea to
hU Special Force missions in
r far-flung outpost of the world.
';"Ii "The Soldier Key to Land-

( ZILCJ 'f,_.. power" exhibit was produced by

I ...-, _. JI the Office, Chief of Information,
Department of the Army.All showings -
I of the display art open to
GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA modem Aery's disarming techniques. the public without charge.

R y,,

Page 8, The Florida Alligator I Saturday Sept. 19, 1964


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Plan Saturday, Sept. 19, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 9

Denied By", Solons- Humphrey Probably I

/ASHINGTON (UPI)--other knew nothing of the plan.

I embers of Florida's congres- Most other members of the dele-

onal delegation Friday denied a gation, including Herlong, were Will
film A. S. Herlong Jr. Visit Gainesville
by Rep. out of town Friday during Con-
-Fla., that the delegation had gress' weekend recess and unavailable -
ached tentative agreement on a
for comment. think there Is a pretty good the city for Humphrey. President
ngressional redistricting plan. Staff "Car- Johnson was here for 1961's Home
getting Humphrey,
Herlong this week sent maps Haley said the delegation met
said. "We requested the State coming. Neither Barry Goldwaternor I
owning the plan to state legis- earlier and agreed that Herlong, Gainesville
Executive Committee William Miller, the Republican -
utlve leaders and newspapers In Rogers, Rep. Don Fuqua, D-Fla., to see and
all in their power to get nominees, has visited Gaines-
Ils district. Accompanying letters and Rep. D. R.Bllly) Mathews, presidential
They assured me they would. ville.
had D-Fla., would study the redistricting
aid the delegation "generally tio Humphrey
pproved" and "tentatively agreed problem since their districts The Senator Johnson."I Is late, we know, but the Demand
pon" the plan. would probably be the most "will National Convention Skits

Rep. Paul G. Rogers, D-Fla., affected."I .
fore Nov. 3,
bid he had not endorsed any assume that when they agreeon held so late that we are
Ian. "That's Just his plan," he a plan, they will submit It Ira Carter, now getting started InGaines- High QualifyThis
(aid of the Herlong proposal. Rep. to the entire delegation and will chua County on the campaign."
ames A. Haley, D-Fla., said be have another meeting,"said Haley. for President would be the first trip to
year all the organizations
competing for a place In the Gator
Growl have been requested to keep
their material on a collegiate level.
"In the past some parts of the
Growl were rather smutty,but high
quality Is being stressed this

year," says Tom Kirby, Growl
Although the activities have not
been finalized, Pre Growl will
I, '. consist of a number of high school
bands, and the Growl Itself, of
ten talent acts and five skits. The
average skit lasts for five or six

This year the Growl will be
twenty to thirty minutes shorter
than In the past. Any organization -
on campus can enter an act.
A tape will be made of their skit
and this tape Is judged by the
talent committee.
There Is a possibility that as
many as thirty-nine organizations
s will be entering the competition.Of .
,.: these only fourteen skits will
be chosen to enter the final com

*A **s petition. They will be judgedIn
the Plaza of the Americas,
1I.'h.. Oct. 7, at 6 p.m. The Judges
lt will consist of one member of
.. *:
t' t' 1:;' the Florida Blue Key, a faculty
".t..(' advisor, and a member of the
\: f \)\ administration.Sweethearts.
I' f' O'E

,-. :
II" Given RulesOver
-..:: #'.
I :Ij
30 candidates contendingfor
thai title of Homecoming
The emphasis at Louis Seatare is on Sweetheart received Instructions

\;:. you! We get a hatfull of enjoyment on dating, manners, fashion, and

when we see you pleased by our salt-air c.nerallnlormaUon last Thursday
night concerning the forthcoming
shrimp, tongue-wagging hushpuppies, evening.
or our feather-tender chicken. Now Next weekend, the judging will

don't think this is everything on our be held at Silver Springs. Three
princesses chosen from the candidates -
menu. We try to keep it as varied as will be announced

your menu at home, but these are our Immediately following the

specialties. The point is if these aren't decision, however the name of
Homecoming Sweetheart will not
your specialties come dine with us, be revealed until during halftime

and we will show you the trick is in of the Mississippi gameon
October 10.
our hat enjoyment!
lrstr.rra. r... r .. r..wlOUIS During the two weeks between
the judges' decision and the
announcement of Homecoming
Sweetheart, the three princesses
will travel to Tampa and St.

Petersburg on Oct. Z-4, Daytona
Beach on Oct. 8, and Jacksonville
on Oct. 9.Maynard.
stressed the fact that
at all times candidate: should be

particularly conscious of their

,, r manners and dress, for they will
be advertising the university
Sharon Testy, Miss Personality
tEr last year's Miss University of
Florida contest told the candidatesthat
she would be available to
answer all questions.
309 N.W.13TH ST. PHONE fa 2.6311 _.
s .,R' Today the girls will sit on the
sidelines during the SMU game
and will be Introduced at halftlme.
Since NBC I* broadcasting the

fame on television,Zolly Maynard,
chairman of this activity, told the
candidates. to look their best for
they will not know when they will

be appearing oo screen.edistricting .

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Page 10, The Florida Alligator, Saturday, Sept. 19, 1964

I Dupree Excels At Home On Field Ii I


Gator Likes ;.;. .1t t
Captain t I
4- Ir'k (

Vegetables FishingBRUCE

DUDLEY at any comparison of him with fix.'T
Assistant Sports Editor Hercules who was bounding abouton
the Duprees' television screen.
Country vegetables, a tomboy Football players are built different -
sister, fishing and Flavet Village and are stronger than any Hercules _
III are all part of the life of character, according to Dupree. V
Florida's fullback Larry Durpee. Dupree listed fishing and hunting
Dupree Is an A11-America as his hobbies, and Mrs. Dupree ..
candidate, but he Is much more quickly added they were hers too.
than a football machine as he will "I love the woods," Dupree
verify. said. "During finals when I get -p o I ,.:
.,.. Sitting In his Flavet home with all knotted up, I wish I could get _
his wife Denise, Dupree smiled out In a boat and drift.
\ and laughed as he reminisced about "Fresh water catfish and hush
I his gridiron career and other puppies Is my favorite meal," the
things. Florida fullback exclaimed.
\ The Gator captain only smiled "Country vegetables" is also highon
the Florida athlete's menu and
w something he misses. "You Just II'I
can't get any fresh vegetables
around here," he said. -_ .-

Cooking for the one man gangIs LARRY, DENISE Dupree relax at home as Gator fullback thinks over
quite a chore, but Mrs. Dupree
comes through with flying colors, ball career and what the future might hold in pro league or as high

according to her husband. (Photos by Nick )
Food has played an Important
life ball, Dupree also remembered his
part In the Duprees' as they
met over the dinner table.Dupree's high school days at Baker High
father-in-law, Capt. Aldrldge School In Macclenny. D'ipree says Football Shocks
Beach, of the Florida Highway that he didn't get to play much
ball In the seventh eighth ninth
Patrol rode with the Florida teamon or
away games when the star grades, but then he got to dress
fullback was a sophomore and out with the varsity squad when
Freshman CoedMARJORIE
Invited Dupree to his home for he was a high school sophomore.
supper."I "I really felt like a big wheel," I
never noticed Denise," Dupree laughed. GREEN
Dupree reports. "I was too The first time Dupree' ever heard
interested In the food." from a college was when he gota Staff Writer

The fullback reports that he can't questlonalre from Clemson, and Freshman coed,you are in for bomenow my date has found our
cook anything himself but an egg, then he received a scholarship the shock of a lifetime. seats. Last row end zone seats,
but that Mrs. Dupree does a good offer from Georgia. "
Just what is this shock? Our "Binoculars anyone?
Job since her first try at biscuits. "But I wanted to play for male counter parts call"football Suddenly a cheer rises from the
"The first pan of biscuits I Florida," Dupree said. "I used season." crowd. The team has taken the
cooked was hard as a rock," Mrs. to get end zone tickets and come By now you're wondering If I'm field.

Dupree reports. "They were to watch Florida" when I was In sick. Well, I'm not, but you may Hum, where has that good looking
high school.
terrible. be. That is If you are a student of hunk been hiding, I wonder, as
Besides cooking problems, the The Dupree family couldn't be football and you Intend to watcha he removes his helmet? Why is
Duprees also share football happier with the decision now, game at our stadium. Believeme he sitting down next to the water
according to the star fullback. "I
Interests. "She must thingsIn
you're at the wrong school If bucket?
pretty good says Dupree of enjoy the routine of university
you're a serious person or if you Oh, well. Something's happeningon
his wife. "She always has a lot life, and I've made the closest blush. the field. One of our men has

of questions after the game." friends I'll ever" have on the For me a typical game day star's the ball! He's run--- I wish that
Mrs. Dupree gladly admits her football team. with getting ready for the game. goof in front of me, looking up
Interest in the game and says she Dupree Is extremely pleased
Tension mounts as zero hour Into the stands would sit down,
Isn't like a lot of players' wives with this year's team. havea nears. and he's holding that thing that
who watch everywhere their hus- lot of pride," he said. "They As I wait for my date to arriveI looks like an over-developed gold-
bands co."Alter. don't want to lose." wonder If he's forgotten my fish bowl. Suddenly he sways back
the game Larry usually The Gator fullback has been name, since I've forgotten his. and forth! He's falling! Then I
Just walks by and says 'Hi'," playing some halfback this year Fifteen minutes late. Maybe hear him cry out, "Geronimo!"
Mrs. Dupree said. during practices but he still' pre- something has happened to him. Some of his frat brothers rush
"I don't like to see my family fers the fullback slot. "l played Twenty minutes, the buzzer to his aid. I see a look of reliefon
Just before a game," Dupree re- some halfback In high school, butI buzzes. their faces so I know he's all
ports. "Tom Shannon and I Just never was as good at halfback as "
(You see a Florida man must be right. "None spilled, one says.
usually get together In some fullback." LATE.) Be prepared girls! Back to the game. It's our ball,
corner and talk about the game." Dupree says his favorite playsare He overslept. The alarm didn't fourth down and goal to go. Play
The Dupree family are all foot- quick and off-tackle
openers ring. Ah, he has a headache-- begins!
ball fans and probably one of the plays. "I don't like to go aroundthe Just a hangover.But .
most avid boosters is sevenyearold outside," he reports. I'm on my way to the Un-oh the happy boy Is holdingthe
Beth Dupree, according to The Florida fullback is supposedto stadium. As we arrive I hear the booze glass at eye level again.At .
her brother. "She's a real wear glasses, but Dupree says cheerleaders everybody least he's not standing on the
tomboy," Dupree reports. "She's he Isn't affected by not wearing happy?" Student body's reply-- seats this time. I do wish he would
going to be a great athlete." them unless "a little" at night "Hell no." No score yet.Of course quit slopping the booze around In
"She's coming to the home- games. "I Just wear the glasses the game hasn't started, but why that thing. My dress doesn't look
coming game," said Mrs. Dupree, for reading and watching bother with trivialities. good wet. What queer sounds he's
"and she can hardly wait." television," he said. As I enter the gate I see a making,.--"Glug, glub, wheee.
The Gator fullback also has Dupree says that the yelling student holding a glass bottle. I .We made a touchdown! What
football In mind for the future. of the crowd In the stands never wonder where he managed to get else could it be? After all every-
"It would be great to play pro bother him except at Tiger such a "cute little bottle" with one Is standing up and cheering.
ball, but my size is going to hurt Stadium in Louisiana. "You can't ginger ale. Well, it's a flask and Oh, Just a fight.
me," Dupree said. The Florida even hear the quarterback calling the ale Is closer to "gin" than Football can't possibly competewith
star is 5: foot 11 and weighs 196 the signals there. But 1 think It's "ginger." the happenings in the stand.

pounds. great. You can really tell that the Any self-respecting Florida man After all I can't flght'em, so
"I've become more interestedIn school Is behind the team. wouldn't drink a mixture without why not Joln'em.
coaching the last year,"Dupree "That stadium Is built like a alcohol. It might stunt his growth. Happy crowd watching everyone!
says. "There's not a lot of money coffee cup and the noise there
CONCENTRATIONPLEASURE in It, but I enjoy working with would get anybody," he said. Albert PicksTexas I
boys. Both of the Duprees said their
both showr
are The All-America candidate dally routine was rushed during over Tulane Texas has Syracuse over Boston College -
by Larry Dupree as he an. said he would rather work In football season, as they relaxedon lost strength and Tulane has Hard fought.-but easily won.
The Alligator's high school than college, but the couch in their Flavet gained. Closer than expected.
,\", swers "You're rushed with Tennessee over Chattanooga
wherever it Is it will be In Florida apartment. -
Navy over Penn St. Possible
'" in attempt to to In the afternoons Du- Fierce rivalry
questions "In high school you get see practice upset-.but Staubach should be
: show what Florida's star the boys develop," Dupree said, pree said. "But then when the enough.
Mississippi St. over Texas Tech.
'" "and I'd like to try some of my season's over, you stand around
athlete is really like away own Ideas." and say what am \ going to do this Wisconsin over Kansas St. Easy.

from the football field. As he talked about high school afternoon?" breather More 'Picks' on Page 11



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I-----Albert Picks Saturday, Sept. 19, 1,964, The Florida Alligator, Page 11 "

I Florida over S.M.U. Mustangs Kentucky over Detroit Hal Hal
I should know better than to mess Gator Band AppearsOn
over Texas A t M This
I Alligators- two touchdowns.
with will be closer than expected.

Alabama over Georgia Even If Mississippi over Memphis St. Igot
Bryant can't get the plays from the word from the MemphisSt. Florida Field TodayI'
the Tide will still clobberthe
Butts, mascot that Ole Miss had better
Bulldogs. beware! Possible upset.

Auburn over Houston Texans The Gator band Is back and The only word to properly dents majoring in 17 different fields
ought to stick to politics add stay FJS.U. over Miami By :at least greater then everl! describe the band Is "great." of learning, ranging from
| out of football. two touchdowns. When De Witt Brown organized Although there Is no official Engineering to Food Technology.Only .
the first crude group of UP band rating, the Gator band Is* 15 members are Music

.. .. .... -N....... ....... ".......':..'": ... ; ""c..f musicians In the 1920's, he never considered as one of the best In Education majors.At .
.I. ; TGu1Oc..I.c. realized what he had started.EvenCol. the Southeast.The SMU halftime today the Gator
.' # .: ;: Harold Bachman, who has UK band Is not only great Marching Band will make Its first
.f;" : : contributed more to UF music than but also unique. Unlike any other formal appearance for the year
any other Individual, never college band In the Southeast, the with the blasting notes of the
dreamed of the UP band we have Gator band Is a student body "Orange and Blue" and "Men of
today. band. It Is composed of 126 stu- Florida." In order to raise the
spirit of the downhearted and dis-

.:.' ." GRAVES (Continued from 1)) couraged Texans who have madea
,n. ..', Page long trip to see their team lose,
.:.' :(;;:;;; : ::;:.:',: the band will play the "SMU
We think you will be proud of the 1964 Florida football team Salute." Following the Alumni Club
and although I can't promise you a victory each week you can be Presidents Recognition the band '.
assured of one thing: this team will hustle, will be aggressive will salute UF alumni andstudents
and reckless. We plan to gamble and playa wide-open game which with UF Alma Mater.
should be Interesting to watch even If It does give our coaches A* they leave the field, "Dixie"will
grey hair. be played in such a way that
iiP!' With the SMU game now just hours away we have no pre-game any "Damn Yankee"in the stadium
I excuses. It has been a good fall for us In practice because we will want to retreat back North.
have gotten In a lot of work and had an unusually good record on Relating to half time entertainment -
Injuries. Dick Bowles, the band'
Only first team offensive center Gary Cliett will be missing director, commented, "Last year
against the Mustangs and we feel sophomore replacements Bill saw considerable Improvement In
Carr and Jim Benson will do a good job In his place. student appreciation of visiting
.. ,,. Our sophomores have come along rapidly, and certainly thetwoplatoon bands with fraternity yells at a
system deserves a major credit for this. It's just minimum. We hope this trend will
I common sense that spending two hours a day learning somethingIs continue so that other bands will
better for you than one hour's work. Apply this to C-6 and see visit Florida Field."
what I mean. The Student Band President for
We will take some penalties to get our teams In and out of 1904 Is Mickey Milt from

. .' ';, ;Any Volkswagen fits it...:.. the game. This Is just a calculated risk we will endure. U a Pompano Beach. UF' high-hatted
'..'.. : 'V' "' .. .. .. .: "' crucial five-yard penalty kills our chances in a big game I will Drum Majors are Gordon Shelter
/;; !;:. ': : : just have to believe that we would never have been that close to and Randy William
(, .., :. winning anyhow without playing two-platoon football.We Leading the shapely Corps of
want to extend a special welcome to new students and hope Gatortttt are the well
r they will join others In giving this team the support It needs and proportioned Carolyn Johnson and

deserves. Tay Tanya.
You should see our.line-up of spare Volkswagen The Gator Marching Band will
fenders. LA N E Y (Continued from Page 1)) be making tclps: to Baton Rouge,

It's monotonous.They're all alike. Jacksonville, and Tallahassee
The wingback and tailback are In very capable hands with
But convenient. Nobody ever has to wait for during the foothill Mason to aid
Jack Harper and Alan Poe holding down these positions.
weeks for the right fender for their model. (Or Gator morale.
On defense this: year the Gator's big man is healthy. Dennis
the left.) Murphy anchors the Florida defensive line with his O-feet-2
Or the hood the trunk lid or the bumper or
or Inch, 250 pound frame. Murphy was second string on the SEC Fry LeadsMustangs
the door. all star team last year as a junior and much is expected from
Volkswagens have compatible insides, too. him this season. .. "'

An example: The line as a whole averages over 223 pounds, which gives
The clutch for the 1964 VW works in the 1949' them a 15 pound per man weight advantage over the light, but
VW.Better. It's been improved five times since 49. quick SMU defensive line.

Though many Volkswagen parts grow better The linebackers are two seasoned veterans, Roger Pettee SMU coach Hayden Fry say
every year, they rarely outgrow the Volkswagen.So and Jim Bernhardt. Pettee proved a rugged capable linebacker Florida will be the toughest opener -
we only have to worry about one kind of until injuries sidelined him in the Gator's 10-6 upset of Alabama. his team ha* ever had.
fender. These two are backed up by Ronnie Purse! and 5-feet-6 Inch "WI opened against Michigan
One kind of clutch.
Jack Card. in 1003 and I think Florida 1*
One kind of car. The defensive backfield is one of the strong points on this going to bt rougher than theywtrt.
That's why we can carry so many spare parts. seasons Gator squad. Defensive coach Gene EHanson has his ."
For a car that hardly ever needs them. boys playing the monster defense again this year. This season SMU is a relatively email team
the task of being the "moster" belongs to Dick Kirk. Kirk 1* and Fry think this may put his
MillerBrownMotors @ mainly remembered for his touchdown run against Alabama, team at a dlsadvantagt. The
but he Is also a stalwart In the defensive backfleld. Mustangs average around 198
Inc. AUTMOHIZCODCALt* Rounding out the backfield are Allen Trammell!, Jerry New- pounds while the Gator run over
comer and pass stealing whiz Bruce Bennett. 220 pouns a man.
It's true Florida will be playing some rough teams this year, "Florida also ha* the bdvantagt
1030 East University Avenue but then. .our boys aren't exactly what you would call patsies. on us in experience," Fry added.

I "Wt hue 10 sophomores in our
top 22 mtn. They have come
WORLD along sufficiently well enough to
Itt us go to the two platoon lysttm,
TRAVEL but they art still unknown qualty. !-
SERVICE Fry ha* two red shirt quarterbacks -
> '" to fill In behind pasaing

whiz Danny Thomas. They are
Donnlt Oftlngtr and Larry Mul
ling. Thomas however, i* the
CALL 3764641OR Ponies all around threat in the
backfltld. Kt passes extremely
well, runs adequately, and 1* the .
VISIT OUR OFFICE AT r best college punter la the nation.
Fry has great respect for the
Florida backfield."So .
808 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE many times people key on
Duprtt (Larry) and those halfback
you. I'm not taking anything away
from Larry because I have great ...
AIR AND STEAMSHIP reaped for him, but you really
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Fry his out of the fastest teams

...... la: the nation but he ha great
respect for the Gator pttd.
YOUR ASS U .A H C 1 OF DUALITY SIRVICf' THE TRAVEL '.0' 11110 H. "For big boy they really
man," Fry concluded.




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