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Vol. 57, No. II University of FloridaGainesville Tuesday, Sept. 22, 1964

'THE DEEP SOUTH'S' FINEST COLLEGE DAILY"!

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MOSCOWUPI-The Soviet Union
said Monday night "It was re-
ported" that two U. S. destroyerssank
three ships In the Gulf of 9'
Tonkin last week. It warned of
"very dangerous "
consequences.
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In the first Soviet statementto A
the Sept. 18 clash betweenU.
S. destroyers and unidentified :
ships off the coast of Viet Nam,
the Kremlin warned against interference I t.l
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In Viet Nam and demandedan :
end to Navy patrols in the
Gulf of Tonkin. It hinted the whole A
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action might be a pretext for

bombing North Viet Nam again. ilCr ..
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The Soviets cited Defense Sec-
retary Robert McNamara's reporton f
the incident and emphasizedthat
the "unidentified ships had
taken no hostile actions whateverand
the United StateS opened fire,
only conjecturing that the above- I } "y
mentioned ships allegedly had bos- 1'
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tile intentions.
It was reported that five unidentified -
ships were allegedly
fired at and that three of them

were sunk," the Soviet statementsaid /f ..""j..'4:::
without any indication of the '.' '\'1'" .
source of the report.
"The world public remembers .
only too well that similar eventsIn
the Tonkin Gulf were used UF PRESIDE-NTJ. WAYNE REITZ ADDRESSES II fH ANNUAL HONORS CONVOCATION IN GYM YESTERDAY {J

by the U. S. armed forces as
a pretext for actions against the IN CONVOCATION SPEECH \
shore facilities and Inhabited localities -

cratic republic of the Communist of Viet Nam demo-In / \

August this year."Therefore, the. reportabout the pGo/den Years'Dr. Proclaimed j jI

incident in the Tonkin Gulf has I
caused anxiety and apprehensionslest August Heckscher told the Eleventh Annual Scholarship Con- A chang In the "quality of American lift" Is the cause of this
this Is a pretext for new aggressive vocation yesterday these times are "our golden years In American danger, he said. Today the Individual U a more amiable, gentle person
actions in that area." history, rich In opportunity," than In past years. This Increases danger of conformity, be said. I
In Washington, the Defense Department "Yet," he said, "I must speak of danger to these opportunities... "There are too many people. A sense of crowding and emptiness
said it had nothing to our wealth, leisure, and freedom exact a price." frustrates the Individual. Do we have the will, the knowledge of
add to McNamara's statement last Accounted as the price Is the loss of Individuality, which he definedas ourselves, to overcome conformity?," he challenged.He .
Saturday. living In an environment that permits people to grow In their own suggested several courses away from this lost feeling. The
time and own way. Twentieth Century Fund director advised that tome feeling of relation

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Board Fills Vacancies between around us Inner be established.feeling and objects Talent NeededFor

"Art gives to the citizens a
sense of uniqueness In our
society," he said, recommending Growl ,
After Reitz ApprovalThe an evaluation of the arts.

"Through education man can be
himself, having forged out of things JOEL GASTON
Board of Student Publications two final appointments. yesterday.The remembered and forgotten a clear Managing Editor
finally got its full Barbara Keller and Bob Wilson, picture of the world today.
compliment of student members who ten days ago were nominated board is scheduled to meet j
after more than a seven month by Student Body Pres.Ken Kennedy Thursday to elect an editor for Gator Growl Director Tom Kirby -
wait yesterday when UF Pres. J. and approved by the board, were The New Orange Pt-el.VF's humor (Continued On Page 2)) has a problem.And i

Wayne Reltz officially approved __officially______ seated____by_ u _Reitz___ was magazine.: cancelled A meeting when approval last Thursday to seat it's not a small one either. G
With only today and tomorrowleft
Wilson had not
Keller and
for Gator Growl taUnt applications
been received from Reitz.
Gator CandidatesTo to apply, Kirby reportsthat
he has less than half the applicants .
Board chairman John Webb said needed to audition for a
Meet Students he cancelled the meeting becausehe chance to act In "the world's
felt the full number of students largest completely student produced *
(three) should be present on the show."
Gator Party candidates for Legislative Council posts will]
board before an election was held. Deadline for the entries Is W.d.
meet their potential constituents in the Information Booth
with tryouts scheduled at
across from the Hub between now and election day, October | nesday,
1. Kennedy said he was not aware C:30: p. m. the same day In the

"Our off-campus candidates cannot hope to meet all the the meeting was contingent upon the University Auditorium.
off campus students by visiting them individually. By letting j seating of the two new member P Kirby said the Growl committee
these students know when their candidates are available, and said he was In favor holding would judge, with no limit on the
without them. oumbct of acts which can be. ....e.
the election
we think we can better acquaint the constituents with the
ted. "We can use as much good i
representatives," Mike Hollngswortb, Gator Party chairman
talent as we can get," be said. 1
ild. When asked why be took so long
Different candidates will be in the booth each day to answer to put In writing his approval of lie said judging will mainly be
any questions. j the two members, Kennedy said he on talent, with the judges not 4
"By putting candidates where they can be easily found, was not aware that time was of necessarily looking for'"profes
| we believe that It will be possible for students to vote for j the ....DC-t. He said be felt oo atonal talent, but for any good
real people Instead of just names," John Hnacock, publicity- pressing need to put In writing what talent.'*
I chairman, said. be had already expressed verballyto
the responsible parties. DR. AUGUST HECKSCHER (Continued On Page 2)r" )

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Presidential Campaign
Page 2, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, Sept. 22, 1964


Barry Asks Johnson Plan
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/; ::.; : ,J\,..< .,:. {;.t.J;r.; ,4 presidential CHARLOTTE nominee, N. C.UPI-GOP Barry M. Johnson WASHINGTON announced(U P yesterday I-Preslderu-- -that

: Goldwater demanded last night that he would be traveling
ROSEMARY GILLES receives r I, around the,
President Johnson "face me before country in the next few wee
congradulations from UF Presi-: the world" In debating the "looking people In the eye."
dent J. Wayne Reitz after she 1964 campaign Issues. He will be talking with the

was awarded a J. Hillis 1 1 Miller .IY The Arizona senator threw out and answering their questions, h
;J4 the challenge In a speech pre- said.
Scholarship at the 11th Annual pared for delivery at this biggest Obviously buoyed bypublicopin
Scholarship Convocation. She city In North Carolina. Ion polls showing him with a !
He also renewed his attacks on lead over GOP presidential candl
of number of out-
was one a the Supreme Court for its school Idate Barry M. Goldwater, tht
standing UF scholars honoredfor prayer and reapportionment rul- President said: I

their scholastic work. (See ings.Referring "We think it Is good that peopl
to Johnson as "my in most of the states indicate
and Page 1 1.) '
picture story on opponent," Goldwater said: their approval of the job that ware <
"...He will not face the Issues, doing. We want them to continue
he will not face me. He will not to Indicate their approv
face you. right through November and righ
"Instead he sends forth his cur- through the next four years.
e ious crew of camp followers to "In order to do that, we ar
speak for him. Some are social- going to look them In the eye
istic radicals like his running like we look you In the eye, and
4.r mate, Hubert Horatio Humphrey. we are going to talk to them and
Some are bureaucratic lackeys... answer their questions and try tc
"Can my opponent talk? be available." !
"What does my opponent have
to say? He talked to reporters,answered
"You and I demand that he their questions, and made himseL
debate the major issues In this available this warm, sunny day at
campaign." a press conference in his office
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( From Page 1)) Goldwater SlateATLANTIC /FP ) )

"But what ever the difficulties, CITY, N.J. (UPI) election," he told 3,500 delegatesto ( ( rtYI
the true challenge lies within the David J. McDonald, president of the union's 62nd constitutional
Individual himself. The world Is to the United Steelworkers convention.
be saved by those who have faith of America (USW)Monday attackedthe McDonald's Impassionedaddress
In man and In the future," he Goldwater-Mlller ticket as a set the stage for the 11
concluded. threat to industrial unionism and million member union's formal
J. Hlllls Miller Memorial the "peace and paychecks" of endorsement of President Johnsonand
Scholarships were presented by Americans. the President's visit to the
Dean of Student Affairs Lester L. "Your jobs are at stake If Barry convention Tuesday.The .
Hale. Goldwater wins the Nov. 3 USW head also proposeda
Recognized for the highest new goal for the union called
scholastic average of Greek "total career security." He
I Talent I
organizations were the membersand pledged to pursue substantial wage \
pledges of Chi Omega sorority; increases next year when current \
second highest, Kappa Delta (Continued From Paqe 1 ) steel agreements become \
Holding the highest for /
sorority. There is no qualifying for the reopenable negotiation.
average for members only are the In his denunciation of Goldwater,
tryouts, according to Kirby.Those ...-
Phi sisters with a McDonald called the
Delta Epsilon wishing to participate need only Arizona con-
2.'l59'llrade point average.Dr. sign up in Room 308 of the Flo- servative a man who would"return
James Pearce, presidentof rida Union. to the company union." He said it
Phi Kappa Phi honorary society, Acts accepted can be just about would be Impossible under a
presented JoAnn Helen Notarls, anything. There is no limitation Goldwater administration to have
political science major from on classification, fraternity affiliation standard wage scales throughoutthe
Miami, with a $500 check In or non-affiliation or sex. nation, extended vacation plans
recognition of her outstanding However, Kirby said the com- and other steelworker union
achievement. mittee would especially like to see benefits.
acts built around the theme of
the show or on an international "We must go forward with
theme. Lyndon Baines Johnson and Sen.
GATORCLASSIFIEDSSELL Kirby also said that no exper- Hubert Humphrey and not back to
GATORCLASSIFIEDSSELL ience is needed. "Who knows," the middle ages with Goldwaterand
GATORCLASSIFIEDSSELL he said, "you might surprise your- William Miller,"declared Mc- YOU CAN'T DRIVE A RAILROAD
self." Donald. He called Goldwater's record -
GATORCLASSIFIEDSSELL Kirby said the general public In the Senate "horrible" and
will not be allowed for the try- Miller's in the House"abysmalley SPIKE WITH A BAG OF
outs. bad."


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ar Billion Dollar Plane

zp Scores Air SuccessEDWARDS

Mme,

AFB, Calif., (UPI) forcing shutdown of the engine,
The XD70, billion dollar fore- a balky landing gear that held
r runner of triple-sonic airliners, down speed and altitude goals, a
flew for the first time yesterday tire blowout and a fire.
despite a fire, a tire blowout and The flames fanned themselvesout
a;. mechanical trouble. by the time the craft came toa
stop and there was no damage
But the flight of one of the most to the fuselage.
controversial airplanes aviation Despite the blowout, the planewas
annals was judged an overall held' on a true course and
success by the test pilot. did not veer as it touched downat
iiiMk ; 61 But the pilot catalogued series about 110 miles an hour after
of mishaps that Included trouble its one-hour and five-minute flight.

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with an open and an amateur
... Meeting division.
All members and prospec- Faculty advisor of the chess
tive members of the UP Golf club Is U. S. C. F. master
TWO BEAUTY contest winners are Mrs. Yvonne Stokes (left), crowned Mrs. Corry Association are reminded of Charles Crittenden.

Village Sunday, and Mrs. Carol Ann McCawley, crowned Mrs. Flavet III Friday the meeting tonight, 3rd floor,
Military Building at 7:30 .
night. Winning the titles gives both the married beauties a chance to compete in The program will Include Delta Sigma Pi
the Mrs. UF contest in October. plans for the next tournamentand
;a film of the 1964 Mas- Delta Sigma Pi will meet
ter's Tournament. tonight at 7 In the Johnson
Lounge of the Florida Union.
All male students who are maJoring -
Pre-Law SocietyThe
In business or plan to
0trY" do so in the near future are
t first meeting of the
invited to attend.Speech.
Pre-law Society this trimes-
ter will be tonight at 8:30in
Room 121 of the Florida Tests
Union, according to Larry C.
Gruber, president. Students expecting to enter
the College of Business Administration -
and who have not
Placement-Book satisfied the speech requirement -
should make an appointment
A limited number of copiesof for speech screening
the 1963 College Placement immediately in Room 214 ,
Annual a categorized listing Matherly.
% of firms and corporations are
*, still available.
4 J Free copies may be pickedup Parents Classes]
: in the office of the secretary I
,, Classes for couples expecting -
of Labor 309 FloridaUnion
a baby between now and
while they last.
Nov. 30 will begin tonight.
Those planning to attend are
Chess Tournament
asked to meet in the lobby
I' Registration for the UF aU- of the J. Hlllls Miller Health
campus chess tournament will Center at 7:30. The classes
be Friday night at 7:30 In last about two hours and there II
Room 213 or 219 of the Flor- are six meetings in a series.
ida Union. For further Information, call t
The tournament will be run Jennet Wilson at 370-3211,
in a five round Swiss fashion ext. 5883.r .



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EDITORIALS:

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Must Meet Student NeedsOct. i (iF

1 is set lor fall Legislative Council elections. We feel q AT E.
this la an Important time for students interested in Improving 1 /
Student Government on this campus. Much criticism has occured
concerning Student Government, most of it of the sarcastic vein,
.little of it laudatory. Much of it has been merited.
From the admitted somewhat myopic point of view of The
Alligator, both sides seem partially to blame. Despite Ken
Kennedy's Insistences to the contrary, we find It hard to get
very enthusiastic about the gigantic strides of progress his
administration has made toward completing the planks of his O 0

spring platform and moving on to "greener pastures." With Yg/
some major exceptions like the offices of Secretary of Labor
$
(Bob DeLoach), and Chancellor of the Honor Court (Gerry %.COUNC
Richman), the Kennedy Administration has fallen somewhat shortof
excellence.

Likewise, Edwards' charges of Legislative Council inefficiency, 1
we feel, are to some extent, very true. The committee system
inside Legislative Council is currently In shambles. No one, not
even the majority leader of the council, knows the current
composition of the council, party-wise. This is not all they fail POLITICAL( ECHOES
to know.In II

fact, it seems that presently there is doubt as to who the Bryant Administration Viewed
majority leader of the Legislative Council Is. We ask Mr.

Thompson and Mr. Blain, currently sparring for the position,
will the real majority leader please stand up? RON SPENCER
From all indications little can be found to
,
Some four Executive Editor
committees have been Isolated as "worthwhile."
in the St. Augustine affair which so
,
praise
The rest, it seems, could very well be done without were It not
for the fact that the dubitable distinction of having "Chairmanof The state of Florida, under the administrationof Injured the image of Florida this past summer.
Social Committee" seems to catch the eye of some. Farris Bryant, has prospered and grownin Certainly, more positive initial action by a more
One member of the Legislative Council approached Alligator size, it is true. forceful governor could have spared us of some
editor last week and asked "When are you going to stop giving However, after almost four years of Bryantat of the affair. And yet praises ring to the sky.

Leg Council Hell and give them credit for doing something?" Our the helm, it would be fairly accurate to say
answer Is "When they start doing something." that, should a "most popular person contest"be Likewise, Bryant has little to crow about

In our opinion, the Legislative Council is, in part, failing in held in the state, Bryant would finish' far concerning his now-infamous summit meeting
its service to the student body. It has been called by many out of the running. Should he decide in the with southern governors who, as is generally
"a rubber stamp congress on a campus where the executive future to run for another political office, thereis known, express opinions concerning racial
wields the greatest strength." Under the present situation it little doubt that there would be no great situations counter to those practicedby Florida,
Is often warring camp between Gator Party and V.O.T.E. Party. overland rush to the polling booths to pull the a progressive state in racial relations by
The Alligator calls for a reorganization of the council along lever marked "Bryant." southern standards. His summit meeting with
lines which are more fruitful than those of the chaotic past. Recently the general unpopularity of Bryant Louisiana's James McKeithren, Mississippi'sPaul
I Stronger rules concerning absenteeism and replacement of throughout the state has become more than Johnson and Alabama's George Wallaceon

members should be forthcoming, and a better breed of student merely evident. First, James Kynes Bryant's the eve of the national Democratic conventiondid
legislators is badly needed to help revamp the current situation. appointee to replace Attorney General Richard little to improve Florida's conventional
That is where the student body can be of help. Many conscientious Ervin following his elevation to the state supreme image.
students who should be in Student Government at court, met with disaster at the polls In the

some level or other simply aren't. If a few more would take state democratic primary last spring. True, Even when Bryant tries his darndest to do
the effort to stand up and be counted, and if student voters will Earl Faircloth defeated the amiable Kynes, a something right it seems as if It backfires.
think twice before pulling the lever at the Oct. 1 elections, former bruising center and team captain on the Speaking concerning the charge made by Haydon
then perhaps the current situation can be remedied.In 1947 "Wlnless Wonders," the losingest UF Burns concerning "communists and pinkos"I
our opinion, both the Kennedy Administration and Legislative football team in modern history, by a razor-thin on the campuses of higher education In the state, .
Council, currently dominated margin of less than a thousand votes out of
by V.O.T.E. Party, need to adjust Bryant did disavow the presence of any com-
themselves to the proposition of bettor meeting the needs of more than 900,000 cast ballots, but still the munists but then in the next breath said that
the students. significance was there.People in the state simply he did have one or two suspects whom he was
did not wish to vote for Kynes, who carriedthe planning to remove from the system presently.

The o ALLIGATORServed Bryant good-housekeeping seal of approval. Most Americans would call this double-talk,
Kynes equaled In too
Bryant many persons' and common sense Seminoles would refer to
minds. such a stand as one coming from a person w
( The disastrous and utterly surprising showingof who "speaks with a forked tongue."
2
Bud Dickinson, fondly known as "Super Bud" )
by State cartoon enthusiasts, can be explainedat Floridians may be overly harsh with FarrIS
Served by United Press International least partially by the general knowledge that Bryant, who has. tiptoed down the precariouspath
Dickinson was more or less the choice of Farris of moderation in most areas since assuming n

Editor. . . . . . . . .Walker Lundy Bryant. With much of the Bryant machineryand office in 1961. He will not be remembered as
Managing Editor . . . . .'. Joel Gaston over $00,000 to work with, still the best a great governor, however, and his currentlackof
Executive Editor. . . . . . .Ron Spencer Bud could accomplish was a fourth-place finishin popularity no doubt stems from his seemingly
Assistant Managing Editor. . . . .Benny Cason a six-man race. This, after a fifth-place indecisive nature exhibited in the past. We
Assistant Managing Editor. . . . .Dave Berkowitz finish in a field of seven in 1960, removed Bud can thank God that Bryant was no Wallace or "
Editorial Pact Editor . . . . .JIm Hammock as a real future political threat to anyone. Johnson or Theodore Bilbo, but it is our feeling 1/
Sports Editor . . . . . .Glenn Laney His close relation to Bryant did nothing to help that Florida will never assume her place in
City Editor. . . . . . . Skip Haviser his cause. the sun unless Bryant's, successors transcend J
Campos Living Editor . . . . .Jackie Cornelius Recently Bryant, after days of Indecision, Farris. .;
decided to back the national Democratic ticket :
in the state and head the statewide Johnson t:

Editorial Assistants For President campaign. It's hard to tell yet ''it;
-- Bruce Dudley, Tova levine, Jim '
Castello, Ann Carter, Don Federman,Nancy Brachey,Sam Ullman, but this may have been only another "kiss ofdeath" LETTER;
Ernie LItz (Circulation to Johnson's chances of reaping Florida's '
Manager), Stan Kulp (Cartoonist).
electoral harvest come November. A Drastic Mistake II
Much of
Reporters -- Ed Barber (Tlgert Hall Beat Chief), Patti Pitz Bryant's poor Image has come asa ;at
(Student Government Beat Chief), Jim Claxton, Hall Cain, JoeKollIn result of his wavering,indecision and downright EDITOR: l
Dan Mowbray, Bob Golub, Donal Decker, Joe Waldorf, confusion on many Issues. He seems to be a i
John McDonough, Sharon Kelley, Yvett Cardozo, Greg Seitz, well-meaning and public-spirited man, but yet In reference to the item in your "Letters" ,
he always seems to "do the wrong thing at the column of 15 Humors I
Jo McNitt, Cynthia Tunstall, Ami Saperstein, William Boe, time." September entitled "A
Eunice Tall, Frank Shepard, Edwin Brownrigg, Harold Aldrich, wrong For Magazine?" written by one Steve Cooke. ..'t
Lee Alexander, Agnes Fowles, Gerald Jones, Fran Snider,Th.lmaMossman difficulties example at upon the calming of the racial It came to my attention as I read the letter ;
Bill Sadowski, Marjorie Green, Evan Langbeln, David the St. Augustine, Bryant states that by Mr. Cooke that a drastic mistake had been ;
legislative committee's action in St. made on the of Mr. Cooke or that an
Kennedy, Marilyn Brlcklln, Liz Brewer, Pris McCollester, part f.i'
Gretchen Augustine was a "bright star" which must almost unforgivable oversight had been made on
VanderBerg, Susan M. Smith, David Ropes, Terry those
Rogers, Susie Halback, Karen Hack, Sheldon ClmentJoanUaston, cause with more poetical witticism than the part of the editorial staff of your paper.
Pam Brown. Jeffrey Denkewalter, Dick Dennis, Beverly Faber myself to coin better ditties than: The item to which I refer is ". .reading about
Dick Schneider. agent 009 (alias James Bond) doesn't mean...".
In behalf of all of us who have enjoyed reading
Star light,
THE FLORIDA of the adventures and of the all too human
ALLIGATOR Is the official student Star bright,
the newspaper'of weaknesses of James Bond and, for all of us
University
of Florida and Is published five times weekly What will Farris
except who felt a deep regret at the recent loss of
during May June Praise
and July when It Is published semiweekly. tonight
his creator Ian Fleming, I wish to point out ,
Only editorials represent the official opinion of The I wish I may, ;, t
Alligator. Columns represent only the opinions of their authors. I wish I might, that James Bond's identification number is
*\ fa not 009 but 007.
The ligator Is entered as second class matter at the United Ascertain t'ij .#,
States Post Office at Gainesville. His thoughts tonight. .
*,&. H. Clay White, 4ED






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Florida Republicans' Chances ImproveBy


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SAM ULLMAN elections, and chances for fourth
Editorial AssistantIn successful campaign victory by At one time, a mere 25 years However, those Immigrants, votes In 1960, against Gov. Farris
,
ago a Republican in state
politicswas
knowing of the
Barry Coldwater look Democratic control Bryant's 850,000. The
excellent. unheard voting
of.Then
the last 15 years, the The last Democratic presidential World ,shortly after over state politics, were fearful spread was not so great as the
War II few
Republican Party of Florida has candidate to salvage a victory began to ,gather a followers Republicans In of registering GOP. Only a person difference in money spent would
risen from virtual non-existence here was Harry Truman in 1948, registered as a Democrat can vote Indicate. Most of Peterson's votes
Orange, Plnellas Broward and
to its present status as a power and even that year much of the Sarasota Counties., In the Democratic primary, which came from people voting for Nixon
Since that time
which must be recognized.The state, Including Alachua County, many northern Republicans have, has traditionally decided the (who handily carried the state).
GOP has carried the statein threw Its support to the Southern gubernatorial race and most other who stuck with the Republican
migrated to Florida
mostly to the
the last three presidential Dixiecrat Party. urban areas. elective positions in this state. ticket all the way,voting for Peter-
Florida now has an estimated son for governor.
250,000 Republicans registered as

Kennedy Snaps At Criticism ; Democrats.the general That popularity number, coupledwith of the The Democrats, fearful of the

I GOP's national candidates In this rise of the state GOP on the
Predicts state, has accounted for the Republican "coattails" of Its national
Mudslinging CampaignStudent presidential victories candidates, decided that to
here in past; years.Democrats eliminate "straight ticket"voting,

President Ken Ken- asserted. "We didn't have knowing that most they would change the
Body to. We have already l initiated
many pro- voters tend to vote a "straight
nedy strongly criticized recent caught the imagination of the cam- grams not listed in the platform," ticket gubernatorial election to a year
are now perplexed with the which was not also a presidential
made by former Pres. pus.
statements Kennedy added.
problem of how to stop people election year, according to Dr.
Paul Hendrick and emphasized the
who are voting for the Republican M. J. Dauer, head of the Depart-
importance of fall elections in a He told the partisan gatheringthat
national ticket from going straight ment of Political Science. They
brief, but hard-hitting speech to Hendrick was not well versedon SingerOpens down the Republican side of the were successful In that move;
Gator Party members at the Alpha contemporary student govern- ballot and voting for the GOP this year Is the last one which
Tau Omega fraternity house Sunday ment (SG) affairs, parenthetically gubernatorial candidate also. will witness 4 simultaneous pres-
night."I. adding that he also knew little Arts SeasonFolk George Peterson, a state poli- idential and gubernatorial electionin
about SG during his own adminis- tical "unknown," polled 570,000 this state.
don't particularly like my tration.

veracity being questioned by any- singer Karen Duke, "a
one," Kennedy said, responding to professional model who enhancesher
recent remarks by Hendrick asserting Newly-elected Party Chairman song with striking beauty"will
that the present adminis- Mike Holllngswoith stressed the kick off the 1964-65 Florida
tration had actually completed only need for good communication and Union Fine Arts Committee
18 per cent of its campaign plat- warned the gathering that once program, according to DouglasG.

form. again Gator Party was "200 or Johnson, 7ED, graduate pro- ..
250 block votes down." The term gram assistant to FU committees.The : + EWNt
Kennedy claims that approxi- "block vote" refers to the edgein program, to be held Thursday er
mately 49 per cent of the programhas committed Greek votes based at 8:15 p.m. in the University
been completed. upon total membership Of all fra- Auditorium, will be a "concertof
ternities and sororities aligned refreshing authentic Americanand h*'
Introduced as the "titular headof with the two parties. foreign folk music," Johnson :
Gator Party," Kennedy told the
more than 100 party members that said.Other programs in the com- J ,
"the same traditional, mudslingIng Kennedy promised that "beforethe mittee's series Include lecturesand w
campaign" seems to be shap- year is out we will completeall concerts. ,
ing up, from indications of acti- of the platform, with the pos- "An Evening with Mark Twain" 'V
vities is the other party camp. sible exception of some whose with George-William Smith Ls ... ..
feasibility is currently doubted." scheduled for Nov. 12.
"One of the biggest reasons we In addition, he said his adminis- "For one and a half hours Smithis
won last year was because we tration plans to go 50 or 60 per Mark Twain, Johnson said.
didn't resort to this," Kennedy cent beyond the platform. "We Also scheduled are the
Carradines, "Interludes From R
History and Fiction,"from current ..f.T
and classic plays American '--' '- ---- -
Hurricane Gladys Pantomimist Batron, Puppetteer KAREN DUKE, a ballad singer, is scheduled to performin

Daniel Liords' Concertheater for the University Auditorium at 8:15 p.m. Thursday. Sheis

Adults, and Japanese Dancer sponsored by the Florida Union Fine Arts Committee.
Brushes BermudaHAMILTON Sahomi Tachlbana.
Individual tickets to the pro-
grams sell for $1. Season tickets,
BERMUDA Bermuda shuttered business good for six programs, sell for
(UPI-Glant hurricane Gladys establishments, but kept most of $5.00.
surged northward between Ber- them open. The Island was buffeted Johnson said tickets are available I-- See WhatlS. New f in
muda and the mainland yesterday less than two weeks ago by In Room 315 of the Florida
whipping the British resort Island the fringes of hurricane Ethel Union, 'at the Hub Information
with gales and churning rough which caused $30,000 damage. booth, or by mail.
seas against most of the Atlantic I The Browse ShopTHE
coast of the United States.
The storm's top winds of 100

miles an hour, however, missed GATORS USE MISS. STATE. ..

land.Gales
heavy rain squalls and DEPUTY. . . . . . Rolf HochhuthTHE
high seas pounding against Ber-
muda forced the ocean liner Queenof POISON IN YOUR FOOD. William Longgood

Bermuda to leave port here FOR GATOR BAIT. MAN AGAINST INSANITY, . Paul deKruif
and ride out the blow under powerin THE STORY OF EDUCATION. .Atkinson & Moleska
deep water offshore.FRANK'S .
UNDERSTANDING YOUR CHILD..Dr. Edith Buxbaum

, THE INSECT WORLD..J. Henri Fabre

AUTO Strip Steak MAN AND HIS ANCESTRY . Alan Brodrick

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Study Public Soon New Rabies Vaccine Found ?

|-WASHING ToN (UPI-Th.- The report-estimated by the

arren Commission report one White House to be "somewhatover the most likely doners to the
assassination of John F.Ken- Physicians treating a person meeting at Tampa, Oct. 4-6.
a quarter million
words"wID severely bitten by a rabid or The ultimate aim of the program program.
edy will be ,made public this be given to Pres. Johnsonat After the research and develop-
suspected animal soon havean Is to eliminate
may "delayed serumsickness"
yesterday i t e House 11 a. m. EDT Thursday. antiserum ment phase of this project Is com
Seed derived from human which occurs In some
pleted, It Is hoped that a potent
donors, according to a Florida persons after rabies treatment.
and safe biological for
product
Agricultural Experiment Stations About 32,000 Individuals are given use
"Where Your Friends Are Every Night" veterinarian. rabies vaccine each year. In treatment of exposures to rabid
animals will then be made available -
The human antiserum precludesthe Edds explained that where
for distribution the
throughout
risk of a dangerous reaction hyperimmune horse serum Is used
JOIN THE WASH PARTYSAVE which sometimes afflicts patients to treat bites about the head or country on an emergency basis.

treated with hyperlmrnune horse hands, "the danger Involved In the

serum. administration of the rabies antiserum Atlantan Asks
50% ON YOUR LAUNDRY Dr. George T. Edds. head of is well known to physicianswho

the Experiment Stations Veter- have used It to any extent."

inary Science Department, said a Reactions to the antiserum occurIn
Law
Gator Groomer Coin Laundry To Void
nationwide drive Is corrently under 20 to 50 per cent of the treat-

way to encourage veterinarianswho ed persons.
Adjoining University Post Office have been treated for rabiesto The veterinarian pointed out that ATLANTAUPI-A motel oper-
donate blood for a pool of when human serum was used in ator asked the U. S. Supreme
Improved antiserum Such blood the administration of tetanus antitoxin Court Monday to void the civil

will be collected from veter- the patients had no ill ef- rights law. He said If it stands, ..
inarians attending the Florida State fects. He said the use of human Congress will be able to appropriate -
United ReritQUANow Veterinarian Medical Association serum could solve the dagerous all legislative rights now held

tpt reaction problem. by the states.
w 10'PER CENT DISCOUNT "The highest antibody strength Moreton Rolleston, Jr., operator
To All Students against rabies occurs In those of the Heart of AUanta Motel,
You Can Rent It Showing ID's Individuals who have received Pasteur Motel, predicted the court 'would
SANDINb MACHINES'. W"LLI'AftKING EQUIPMENT rabies treatment, a treat- throw out the public accommodations -

CARPENTER POWER TOOLS TOOLS PLUMBER'S HOUSEHOLD TOOLS EQUIPMENT tarting. Sept. 21 at 1 p.m ment commonly used before the Introduction section of the controversialnew
of the Improved duck law.
CEMENT TOOLSMECHANIC'S PARTY AND BANQUET NEEDS
TOOLS BABY EQUIPMENT AND BEDS AUNT JEMIMA'S embryo vaccine," said Edds. Rolleston, In his brief to the
LOADING TOOLS INVALID NEEDS KITCHEN Because veterinarians are most high court, said the act Imposes
PAINTER'S EQUIPMENT GARDEN AND YARD TOOLS frequently exposed to rabies and "Involuntary servitude" upon him,

r 625. N.W. 8th Ave. OR CALL R 6.2835 1614 NW 13th St. thus treated, they are considered and asked the court to permanently -
halt the U. S. attorney gen
eral from enforcing the act againsthis

motel.
After a federal district court
7 t ,t. t v t i + upheld the law, Rolleston decidedto

accept Negro guests at his
motel until the constitutionality of
the act was determined. Atlanta
restaurant owner lester Maddox
closed his place after the first

legal round. Rolleston argued that

Congress will be free to appro-

priate more power 11 the high court

agrees that "every local grocery
THENationalSecurityAgency store who buys oranges from

Florida, every lawyer who buys
pencils from Pennsylvania and*

every doctor who buys Instruments
from Connecticut can be said to
..
be In Interstate commerce."

A Birmingham, Ala., federal
court held last week that the public
accomodatloo section did not applyto

is a totally unique organization the a Interstate local restaurant highway that route.Pedestrian was. off




and offers creative research opportunities in Hit

I ScooterA
By
the art and science of sophisticated communicationsThere On-Campus Interviewsfor

dling terminal equipment. more effective Mathematicians and En pedestrian was injured early
and yesterday afternoon when he was
is absolutely no other organization speech band-width compression glneera will be held later
like it. no other organization doing scores of similar advances. hit by a 1984 Vespa scooter driven -
.
the same important work, or offering the Consult your Placement Office by UP student Kenneth DeVon -
same wealth of opportunity for imaginative 2. By the very nature of "secure" com- for date I Epperson.
thinkers in the Liberal Arts, as well as the munications, assuring the continuing invulnerability -
of U.S. communications Thomas Sommers Paterno wu
Physical and Engineering Sciences.
The National Security Agency is a major through cryptologic procedures and tech- taken to the UF Teaching Hospital -
research arm of the Department of Defense, niques. Because cryptology and its crypto-. where he Is undergoing treat
but its influence and responsibilities are far graphic counterpart are not taught elsewhere ment for s fractured leg and multiple
broader. It works closely with many indus mathematicians, scientists-and all abrasions
trial and research institutions;it has special others with appropriate intellectual curios-
access to scientific information at universities ity-will be taught this challenging new Officer D. S. Robinson of the
and other Government laboratories; discipline right at NSA. Work in this field Gainesville Police Departmentstated
and it enjoys close consulting arrangementswith may involve specially-designed computers, ;ME s.aw.uqJi0 that Paterno had crossedthe
scientists of commanding stature.NSA television, computer-to-computer data intersection against the light.
staff members enjoy all the benefits of Federal links and edp programming. (Even music,
the classics may be useful Damage to the scooter exceeded
employment without the requirements philosophy, or
Imposed by the Civil Service system. prerequisites for cryptology!) $40. No charges have been filed.

What does NSA do that warrants 3. Translating written data,and presentingthe ; -
this unique stature crux of the material in meaningful SG SpeakersStart
form. This is the home of.the linguistics
of sophisti- 4 4tw.q
NSA approaches the subject and the languages graduateenabling !
communications from these original expert the
cated the talented graduate to make M ThursdayAn
,standpoints: most of his or her particular gift, and
quickly expand familiarity with other informational program on
1. Creating secure communications systems
and equipments unknown anywhere tongues.In all that NSA does there Is seldom YMwq, M tM, P r student government will be initiated
else, and devising special refinements for sluing precedent. Only NSA pioneersIn Thursday by Ken Kennedy,
computers & edp systems that will Increaseour any secure communications on this broad a student body president

handling capabilities. This Computer means that Design Kale,so only NSA offers the college graduate At 7 p. m. Kennedy will speakat
,
Communications Engineers best chance to make Immediate UM
Specialists, Mathematicians, Programmers his the disciplined thinking without a $ { an informal meeting Jennings
all contributeto of ? Hall. He will be accompanied by
,
and Systems Analysts of pott-gradual experience. All these s
the design of antennas, transmitters, re )features cars together with Its well-lmtrn- Dick Gober, student body vice-
ceivers, and terminal equipment. to experiments mcntrd laboratories, libraries, and professional at president.The .
using new semiconductors magnetic to amazingly
of speciallcte
staff of the
devices etc., purpose programis
film superconductive stimulating Academic -
a
ldl-prold.
resulting in new logic circuits and memory varied atmosphere for Individual actontplWameDf. .b to bring Student Government
units, better high-gain arrays for UHf closer to the students. After a
radio systems, hiJbercapacityUta han brief talk the meeting will be

ast opened to a discussion of student
f tGT Aoolkat3as
LIBERAL ARTS SENIORS :f1e: lashed Isters Nsf.bar lltt! problem,1

an students EXCEPT Mattia. NSA I* locat.d In tipcndina f.c11Al.s at Fort During the trimester, Kennedyand
This I. most Important: To apply for an NSA take position.the PROfESSIONAL QUAL"'CATION G oro. O. M.*4.. M ryt nd-h lfwy b.tw..f| Ocher will speak to students
ln..rs. and Phystcssts must ... In at Jour tlIKement OffIce and Wtthuifton and to tr.ns-
TEST .chidufld for Saturday. December 12t.T..t stop brochur. fill 1 out you "I... M the,. portttion Uciltti: the o'J"Y: MaryUndAd in all dorm areas on campus,
:&&&card enclosed Frofe..lona'Inllde QualificatiOn. and brlnl to ttle tut the ticket will 'Kah town John living HepMn, loo. now*.suburban MM the of ne.runt cJrcumftrwt-bvlnjj by .11. NSA opportu- pal highway a,.compl.U<) and th*Ow*.- and hopefully the various religious
fU on
of c.nt..t. y.t. let the ,..... Say .1011 4t9I01t.
Evan_ If you .re not lure your centers.arren .
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'l! In Seminole WigwamDAVE .




BERKOWITZ season's contest will be the first FSU's most evident asset is a

Assistant Managing Editor meeting of the two on FSU's home pair of experienced quarterbacks.Steve "II'.1
turf. The Garnet and Gold have Tensi, 6-5, stands out on the

ry Florida State fans are set for never won a game with Florida on dropback pass as well as a host

the 1964 football season with high the Gators home field. of other things. Right behind Tensiis '. 9A

anticipation and hopes for some- The only drawback to what looks Ed Pritchett who favors such C

I thing better than last year's 4-5-1 like banner year is the formidable things as the rollout option, the

record. schedule cooked up for the Semi- fake run and pass, or the fake

The Seminoles got off to a good noles. Among the big hurdles facingthe pass and run. I

start Saturday with a 14-0 victory Tallahassee eleven are Texas Joe Petko holds down the assign- IL

y over the Miami Hurricanes. Christian, Kentucky,N.C.State and ment at left halfback left vacant !

They have good reason as Head Florida. Miami has already been by Dave Snyder who piled up 500 -

c coach Bill Peterson welcomes back hurdled. yards rushing last year. The ,

27 lettermen, two fine Peterson plans to go back, as fullback spot belongs to Lee rYf'

t .. ..... quarterbacks and two experienced far as the rules will allow, to Narremore, 192. Narremore has rtCM

lines. The Seminoles will be platoon football. This could prove the ability to be better than his

playing In an enlarged Doak the undoing of the Seminoles" as predecessors Larry Brlnkly and e

Campbell Stadium with a seating 'It will spread experience pretty Marion Roberts who together ran

capacity of over 40,000. thin at some spots. Twenty-seven up 510 yards total from the fullback

Probably the biggest boost for lettermen look good to fill 11 spot.

the FSU Tribe Is Its traditional positions, but with Peterson havingto
Interstate battle with the fill 22 a lot will ride on sopho- In the remaining backfield ,
Is Fred Blletnlkoff 180
University of Florida. This mores if key players are Injured. position ,
---- who runs from the flanker positionas

a blocker and a pass catcher.He -
Hurricanes Minus carried the ball only once last STEVE SPURRIER gets urgent call from Coach Ray

fall but caught 24 for 358
passes
I Graves during Southern Methodist University game.
yards, scored four touchdowns,

George Mira's Skills// and Intercepted three passes.FSU's .

offensive line will average
I IN. THE WHIRLPOOL. .
221 pounds, being much larger
DAVE BERKOWITZ from successful as the highly than the defensive unit. The <>> Q oBRUCE

Assistant Managing Editor touted offense failed to materializeand offensive list reads: Don Floyd, o

Miami had to settle for a 3-7 197; Bill Dawson, 223; Del Will-

Two things are missing at Miami season mark. iams, 229; Bob Mangan, 220; Tom ,-

this year, George Mira and Andy The Hurricanes will run more West, 231; Joe Avezzano, 223;

Gustafson. Miami got off to a bad and throw less not only because Dale MacKenzie, 227, and Jack -

start Saturday with a 14-0 loss Mira will be gone, but because Edwards, 221. The big man on the

to Florida State.Substituting Tate will rely heavily on a coupleof defensive unit is 242-pound Frank DUDLEY

for Gustafson at the outstanding running backs In Pennie. Assistant Sports Editor

helm of the Hurricane's football Russell Smith and Pete Banaszak. FSU hosts Florida for the first

team Is former Georgia Tech Banaszak has blossomed into a
time in Tallahassee on Nov. 21. Florida's Gators have another outstanding sophomore quarterbackIn
assistant Charlie Tate and sub- powerful runner at the fullback
Steve Spurrier.
stituting for Mlra--only heaven spot.Tate Fraternities Spurrier was at the Gator helm for two of Florida's three touchdowns
knows. will hand over the
Saturday. The other was made by Jack Harper on a punt run back.
Gustafson bowed out as head offensive signal calling chores to
Spurrier also punted six times for an average of 43 yards.
football coach of the Miami eleven a tall (6-2) sharp throwing soph- Tech's
Numericaiiy Many state sports writers had compared Spurrier to Georgia
to become Athletic Director of the omore named Bob Blletnlkoff.
Billy Lothridge before the season started, and after the Gator debut,
school. His last season was far Behind Biletnlkoff will be Rick
they will probably give all kinds of publicity to the sophomore back
Swan a junior who saw little
very Set
LeaguesERNIE from Johnson City, Tenn.
action behind Mira. Swan
Gators Drill This story of the sophomore wizard at quarterback Is no new storyat
Impressed Tate with his ability
Florida. Veteran Tom Shannon first received headlines as a
during spring practice. LITZIntramurals sophomore when he replaced Larry Libertoreon the starting team.
For .
BulldogsHead Smith, 190, will hold down the l Editor the
Llbertore had also been an outstanding sophomore back for Orange
left half or tailback spot in the
and Blue.
coach Ray Graves said he slot-T offense. Robert Barth, Fraternity Intramurals Officials

was going to have his boys practice another junior who weighs 190, voted last week to "re-align the SHANNON LEADS GATORSShannon

tackling 250 pound Gator lineman gives added depth to the position. Orange and Blue Leagues on the

Dennis Murphy In preparation for The wingback or right half will basis of 16 Orange League and came off the bench against the Duke Blue Devils and passedthe
f divided between Jack Sims 10 Blue League fraternities, on
bringing down Mississippi State's be Gators to a 21-0 halftime lead.The Gators eventually lost the game,
tackle like fullback Hoyle Granger. 180-pound senior, and Tom the basis" of the previous October's but Shannon had won a spot with Florida fans.

"lie is definitely going to be Omelclnskl, 185-pound sophomore. rolls. Saturday Spurrier found himself In the same spot. Shannon had

hard to stop, Graves said. "In Charles Brown gives Tate extra This action means that every lead the first Gator drive which bogged down on Southern Methodist
fact we think Mississippi State Is depth at right half. fall both fraternity leagues will
University's 15-yard line. Then the third time the Gators got the ball,
of the most' teamsIn Banaszak who 205 couldbe be arranged according to total
one aggressive weighs Spurrier went in, and five plays later Florida scored It's first TD of
the conference. They didn't playas one of the finest Inside runnersin membership (numerically) as the

well as they are supposed to the nation. Bob Domke, 185, recorded by the previous year's Cries season.of "We want Spurrier" were already coming from some fans

Saturday. It was a combination of and Fred Cassidy, 212, are two rolls. Saturday. Shannon hadn't lead the team to a touchdown on the first
their mistakes and Texas Tech sophomores battling for the spot The last time previous to this
series of plays so the crowd had abandoned him. This is ridiculous.
being underrated." .behind Banaszak. fall's arrangement that the teams

Graves thought the Gators would Coach Tate Is facing a scheduleof were re-aligned was three years QUARTERBACKS VERSATILESpurrier

have trouble stopping the option which he had no part in making. ago. It was felt that the alignment

plays of Don Edwards,MississippiState' Some of the opposition Includes would be changed due to a requestby is a versatile quarterback and an outstanding athlete

senior quarterback."He Georgia Tech, California, Pittsburgh Lambda Chi Alpha to switch having made all-state in football, basketball and baseball at Science
didn't throw much but he and Indiana and two from the Blue to the Orange
High School in Tennessee; but Tom Shannon is an outstanding quarter-
the to be real magazines have as far as League. This precipitated the re-
showed ability a gone back and athlete too. Besides quarterbacking the Gators, Shannon
scrambler In the Texas Tech favoring Miami to win only one quest for an over-all re-alignment. starts at first base for the Florida baseball team and last year made
As of a record check conductedlast
this
Game, Graves said. game season. the Southeastern Conference baseball squad.
\\ Grave was real happy with his Miami and Florida tangle In Friday by Graduate Intramural Either Spurrier or Shannon are capable of leading the Galore toa

quarterback situation. lie said Gainesville on Nov. 28. Manager Paul Varnes, no winning season. Coach Ray Graves calls the two quarterbacks "a
tt since Shannon was the more fraternity was in any way changed will only talk
one-two punch. With an eye to the future, many people
experienced he would continue to between leagues from the present and will be
of Spurrier during the season. But both Shannon Spurrier
get the call as the number one LAST NIGHT'S WATER arrangement."I taking turns leading the Gator offense.
checked the rolls for three
signal caller, but he would con- BASKETBALL SCORES: Usually clubs only have one outstanding quarterback such as Auburn's
hours and I got an accurate total.
tinue to alternate Shannon and
Jimmy Sidle. Florida is lucky enough to have two offensive wizards;
Steve the situation in Orange League: The fraternities remained exactlythe
Spurrier as
should stradle
and if both stay in top shape, the "one-two punch"
same 16 and 10 In each league
the game dictated. SN 14-TX.1 Sidle and quite a few other opponents during the season..
s "Really you could call them both respectively, Varnes said.
the number cue quarterback. I SPE7PLP2BTP The drawing line after the first

have the same situation with my 11\ P1(110Overtime J6 largest came after Beta ThetaPI Womens' Intramurals StartWomen's
reached 96 members. The two
four linebackers. I consider all of
( ) largest Blue League fraternitieswere
them first string Graves said.
Intramurals The Sorority leagues will get
4 On the Gator's lengthening list PDT 13 KS 3 Sigma Phi Epsilon with 95 gets
28 with action in under with volleyball the
under way Sept. way same
and Phi Gamma Delta with 94.
ft, ,'" of injured players Lynn Matthews Blue League: both the Independent Leagues and day.
The two largest fraternitieswere
was the most doubtful starter for '
next week's LXA32PKP4PEP Tau Epsilon Phi with 155 the Sorority Leagues.
against
game Monday, Sept. 28 will set Defending sorority title holdersare
and Alpha Tau Omega with 150.
State. Matthews broke
Mississippi 20 DX 4
Independent league action begin Alpha Epsilon Phi In Orange
The smallest were Delta Sigma
small bone In his left hand
a as the girls will begin softball League volleyball and Alpha Chi
and Don Barrett will Phi with 48 and: Phi Epsilon PI
Chip Hoye
with 27. play. Omega In Blue League volleyball.
fill In for Matthews at end.
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Jnivernry of CIorddc,Goanesv, "THE DEEP SOUTH'S FINEST COLLEGE Kremlin v. In San Says k 3 MOS( OW' i Prhe No let nion stid Monday night "It w is re ported' thnt two I ..destrtwrs sink thi et ships ini the Gulf of Tonkin last week. it narnett of "very dangerous consequerire-."' In the first S'm et statement to the Sept. Id cliti between U. S. destroyers iund unidentified ships off the coast of Vlet Nam, the Kremlin warned against interference an Viet 'am anddprmanded an end to Navy patrols Ina the Gulf of Tonkin. It hinted the whole action might be a pretext for bombing North Viet kim again. The Soviets cited Defense Secretary Robert McNamari's report on the incident and emphasized that the "unidentified ships had taken no hostile actions whatever and the t'nlted Statet opened fire, only conjecturing that the abovementioned ships allegedly had hostile intentions.'' it was reported that five UnIdentified ships were allegedly fired at and that three of them were sunk," the Soviet statement said, without any Indication of the source of the report. "The world public remembers only too well that similar events in the Tonkin Gull were used by the U. S. armed forces as a pretext for actions against the shore facilities and inhabited localties of the Communist democratic republic of VIt flam In "Therefore, yethe report about the incident in the Tonkin Gull has caused anxiety and apprehensions lest this is a pretext for new aggressive actions in that area." In Washington, the Defense Department said it had nothing ko add to MoNamara's statement last Saturday. UF PRESIDENT J. WAYNE REITZ ADDRESSES II riH ANNUAL HONORS CO NVOCA TION IN GYM YESTERDAY IN CON VOCA TIO N SPE E CH Golden y eaGrs' Dr. August Heckscher told the Eleventh Annual Scholarship Convocation yesterday these times are "our golden years In American history, rich In opportunity," "Yet,' he said, "I must speak of danger to lh.s. opportwiitlvh. our wealth, leisure, and freedom exnct a price." Accounted as the price Is the Ioss of IndivIduality, which he defined as lUving In an environment that permits people to grow In their own time and own way. Proclaimed A change In th. "quality If Amerlcan lit." ig lh. cau. of this da.iger, hw said. Today the Individual i a more amiable, gentI. persn than In past y.r. flts Incr.msMs danger of conformity, he Ijaid. "There lit' too many peoples. A SMIse of 'rowding and *mpizass frustrat.s the individual. Do we have the wtil, thai knowledg, of ours.ives, to overcome conformity?,'" hw cha.IIng. H. suggested noveraluI o.r,.s away from thi. lost f.Ilrig. Th,. Twentieth Century Fund director advised thit sonmc f.ihng of relation Board After lb Board of Student Publicatio n, finally got its fuull compliment of student members after more than a sewen itoth wait yesterday when UW Pres. J. Wayne Reiti officially approved Fills R eitz Vacancies Approval two final appointments,. Barbara Keller and Bob' Wilson., who ten days ago were nominated by Student Body Pres.KenKennedy and1 approved by the board, were officially seated by Rotz yestrrdayThe board is schertijled to meet Thursday to elect dln editor for The New Orange P. ci ,'F's humor magazine. Ameeting last Thursday wasrasicelled wh.n approval toneal Ke lle r a nd W II sofl had not been receiv.d from Hell,. Board chairman John Webb said he cancelled the meeting because lit felt the full nurbtwr of students (three) should be present on the hoard before an election was held. Kenhwdy said he was not awnr. the m.*et Ir was contiuigett upon the. seating of the two new members .ini 'a hew=n In favor ol holdire lens, of unlqueies. In Our so.Iety,"' hw laid, recomme-nding ''Throwlh education nhan can be himweif, havang forgedoutdif hlngs remnmerrd aad forgotten a clear picture of 11w world today. (Continued On rage 2) Talent Needed For Growl JOEL GASTON Mrn@clng EMite Gator (Growi IDirertor Tom Kirby he. a problem. Aldit i'. not asmallon.eilther. With only today end tomOriow left for (ator Growl taleSt *iwlrations to apply, Kirby reports that he has lens thtan hal the applicant. nnbdd to awdillon for a chia'.e to act In "the worWds largest o r pi et elvy tdrnt pi*ajuced show." Deadline for the entries I. Wednesday, with tryouts echedmulod at 6:30 p. in. the came day in the U ni versity Auditoriwul. Kirby sald the Growl committee would )wlg., with -o limit a. the The Florida jw -, N I le DAILY' Tonkin Gulf 'i'>, V 0 S -'

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Presidential Cam, r Barry Issue Asks Debates """v '"Y". Pi.e ideht (LoiLmuf t rume be rorti e iu' Id I!'.uiting the : s inpai is. liv Artoi. "a rator threw 'ju the tch liergt in i perch preparrd ror delivery at this biggest city t' NWt th Car olina. He ilso renewe'l his itt acks on the Supreme CoLurt for its school prayer rid rteipportIonment rulings. hefernrung to Tobnbon as ''my oppone nt,"' Goidwate r said: ".H~e will not face the isstes, he will not tac. me. Hec will not face you. "'Instead he sends forth his cur bous crew of camp followers to speak for him. Some are socialistic radicals like his running mate, Hubert Horatio Humphrey. Some .rc bureaucratic lackeys. "Cajn my opponent talk' "Whai does my opponent have to say'> "You and I demand that he debate the major Issues in this Johnson Plan rtook Ink "looking people mt lie will hNi a iimwrrnrg thei said. Obviously buoyed by PIL Ion polls showing him lead over GOP piremide,, President aid: "'We think it i-s good iin most of the st'>, their approYval of tht bT are doing. We want ttm tinue tu indicate then, right through November through the next four ye "'lu order to do that. going to look them In ttw like we look you in ths cyi we are going to talk to the answer their questimnt a he available." e Miit it i &uIL try He talkedtoreporters, ins werec their questions, and n ide htrmsel available this warm, sunn'i day al a press conference in hI, nfflce Convoation (Continued From Page 1) "But what ever the dIfficulties, the true challenge lies within the individual himself. The world ls to be saved by thote who have faith In mnan and in the future," he concluded. J. Hills Miller Memorial Scholarshlj,. were presented by Dean of Student Affairs Laster L. Hld. Recognized for the highest scholastic average of G reek organizations were the members and pledge. ofChlomeiasorority; second highest, Kappa Delta sorority. Holding the highest average for members only are the Delta Phi Epsilon sisters with a 2.7597 grade point average. Dr. James Pearce, president of Phi Ksppa Phi honorarysociety', presented JoAnn Helen Notaria', political seiene major from Miami, with a $500 check In recognition of her outstanding achievement. Deadline Steelwork Goldw atc ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (UP!) David J. McDonald, president of t he U ni ted S te elw or ker s of America (USW) Monday attacked the Goldwater-Miller ticket as a threat to industrial unionism and the "peace and paychecks" of Americans. ddYour jobs are at stake if Barry Gold water wins the Nov. 3 Taents (Continued From Page I ) There Is no qualifying for the tryouts, according to Kirby. 'Those wishing to participate need only sign up in Hoom 308 of the Florid. Union. Acts accepted can be just about anything. There Is no limitation on classification, fraternity afiliatbon or non-affIliation or sex. However, Kirby said the comn-mittee would especially like to see acts built around the theme of the show or ozi an international theme. Kirby also said thit io experience is needed. "Who knows," he said' "youmight surprise yourself." Kirby said the general public will not be allowed for the tryouts. for applications for PEEL EDITORSHIPS has been EXTENDED ~ers Lash rSlate electIon," he told 3,500 delegates to the union's 62nd constitutIonal convention. M cD o nald' s i m pas sion e d address set the stage for the H1 million member unIon's formal endorsement of President Johnson and the President's visit to the convention Tuesday. 'Te U5W head also proposed a new goal for the union called "total career security." He pledged to pursue substantial wage increases next year when current steel agreements be com e reopenable for negotiation. In his denunciation of Goldwater, McDonald called the Arizona Conservatie a manwhowouid"return to the company union." He said it would be impossible under a Goldwater administration to have standard wage scales throughout the nation, extended vacationpians and other steelworker union benefits. "We must go forward with Lyndon flames Johnson and Sen. Hubert Humphrey and not back to the middle ages with Goldwater rnd williarnMiller," declared McDonald. He called Goldwater's record In the Senate "horrible" and Miller's in the House"abysmalley bad.'' to:. 'N (4 -7 -c YOU CAN'T DRIVE A RAILROAD SPIKE WITH A BAG OF MARSHMALLOWS. It's a practice frowned upon in track laying circles. Nine out of ten railroad experts agree: when driving rail rood spikes, use a hammer. If you wont to get the job done right, use the proper tools. The same principle applies to advertising. If you hove a product or service to offer msrArta -4 *k. ulniversiy ROSEMA RY congrodLoatio GI LES re cei ves ns from UF Pres'~ dent J. Wayne Reitz after she lk t s iller GA TO RCLASSIF IE DSS ELI GA TO RCLASS IF IEDSSELL GATO RC LA SSIFIEDS SE LL GA TO RC LASS IF IEDSSEILL NEW ORANGE WEDNE SDA Y, SEPT. 23, 5 P.M. paign

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Billion Scores ii .iiiw' L dII slne sIL ii -,wI, phg ii I4Lt Ii h ict -it.ilogue,I if mishtps Lh I icltt Dollar Plane Air Success *IIr Wl I held oni a rut aoit st ilt! did lOt vit r i, it ttptchit town ti tuueit t on -hotu~t rfh.-rniinitt flight. TWO BEAUTY contest winners are Mrs. Village Sunday, and Mrs. Carol Ann Mc night. Winning the titles gives both the the Mrs. UF contest in October. Yvonne Cawley, married Stokes (left), cro~ crowned Mrs. Fka beauties a chance wned vetlI Mrs. II Frid to compet' This Iis h average man. The imea studvfini him arSA'L. Pulling together thousands elmeasurem'erts Air Force dertake vital mussons of great responsb.I !9 scientists desiged this "typical head Its QudpOSe' To Fo, ,nstanc, an Air Fnrca er .4 ,,,A. haar.r~ e Fresh' Mixed or okaen S Crisp Salad Sowi With Our Seasonings Own Herbs Greens With Choice of French, Roquefort Caesar Riviera Dressings clad Annolowis ay emi 9 Antipasto Salad

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0 P I A-NIG N EDITORIALS tim I, ii Iimpoart.nmi tir,, for ,t,,lxi iintv.Qe H mii m~ro V Student (nvgirrnmrt (ir thajs i ipui Moii' r n ha., K i i> (urncernuiig htiud,4t (Aov,.rmw.t, riuo< .it '>f ti i j, I i, vpIH, Uittle 'if it laudatoi y. Much of It as b.,*r 'teip'tid. From the jduiiifler somewhat rilyripi puInt if view of [hr Alligator, both sides ,eIrp partially to blame. Despit. Ken Kenhedy's isistences to thw contra' y, we fIndt at h~Ard to get very enthusiastic about the gig.niic strides of IiroIgres' h*, administration has rit de towa r4 I competing the planks of his spring platform arid maovirig 1)n 0o "grPenvr pastures.'' wih somec major exceptions. like th. ofP s of 5e* rotary of i d~ (Bob DeLoach), and Cliancellur of tie Honor ( ourt Gerry Rlchmtar), the Kermedy AdrnIIDISItatI(In has filipri sorrwwhit short of excellence. Like wise, I.d wards' ch,,rges of I eg islit v.o un IIlnefficin y, we feel, are to somi, extent, very truw. the tort'naittee system inside Legislative Courtcil Is cuI rently iin shiambles. No utie, not even the majority leader of the c(,urii, knows the current composition of the council, party-wise. IThis is nut all they fall to know. in fact, it seems that presently there Is doubt is to who the majority leader of the legislative Cuuneil Is. We ask Mr. Thompson and Mr. BRain, currently sparring for the pxsltion, will the real majority leader please stjnd up' Some four committee., have bevn isolated as "worthwhile."' The rest, it seems, could very well be done without were It not for the fact that the dubitable distinction of having "Chairman of Social Comtte seems to catch the eye of some. One member of the l egislative Council approached in Alligator editor last week *.nd asked "When are you going to stop giving Lej Council Hell and give themn credit bor doing something" Our answer is "When they start doing something." In our opinion, the Legislative Council is, in part, failing In its service to the student body, It has been called by many "a rubber stamp congress on a campus where the executive wields the greatest strength.' Under the present situation It is often warring camp between Gator Party and V.O.T.E. Party. The Alligator calls for a reorganization of the council along lines which are more fruitful than those of the chaotic pasi. Stronger rules concerning absenteeism and replacement of members should be forthcoming, and a better breed of student legislators is badly needed to help revamp the current situation. That is where the studeotbody can be of help. Many conscietious stwdenta who should be in Student Government at some level or other simply aren't. If a few more would take th. effort to stand up and be counted, and If student voters will think twice before pulling the lever at the Oct. I elections, then perhaps the current situation (IP be remedied, In our opinion, both dhe Kennedy Administration arnd legisLative Council, currently dominated by V.O.T.E. Party, net] to adjust themselves to the proposition of lbl*.r meeting the nerds of the students. The e Florida ALT IGATOR Served by Vatd Pinss termational K uediw Eulbr. .* ...----. Lasea Masag Editor. --. AsSta Masgiag Editor. --. Edilsial Page Editor. -. 0111 ma.* ......-. Can Living Editor. .. Editorial Assistants -Brvce ............W.Jker Lwtdy .............Joel Gatom .....Rc. Spencer *. .*. ...Benny Catoc .........Dawe Berkowitz -........Jim Hammock ..........Len Lusey ..........Sip Hnaiser *.Jackie Cormlius Dudley, Tows Levine. Jim Cautello, Ann Carter, Don Federman, Nancy Brachey, Swm Ullman, Etie Lltr. (Circulation Manager), Stan Kuip (Cartoonist). Reporters -Ed Barber (Tigert Hall Beat ChIec), Patti Pitz (Studert Government Beat Chief), Jim Claxton, Hall Cain, Joe Kolli,, Diz, Mowbray, Bob Golub, Donal Decker, J0.Waldorf, John McDoncozgh, Shuroc Kelley, Yvett Cardozo, Greg SeItz, Jo McNhtt, Cynthia Tunstall, Awl Saperstein, William Bo., Eluice Tall, rmnk Shepard, Edwin Brownrigg, Harold Aldrich, LAO Absader, Afn Fowles, Gerald Sancs, FranSnider, Thelma ?Eosmmn, Bill Sadowaki, Marjorie Green, Evan Lagbin, David Kniud, Marilyn Bricklin, Liz Brewer, Pris McCollester, Gretchen Vmandrserg, Susan N. Smith, David Rcpns, Terry Rogens, Susie Hlaiback, Karen Hack, Sheido. Cimeht,Joanuaston,. Pa R.n .I n., n-.,. na rm. -.r --_/ K ktr I. I ti;5 POLITICAL ECHOES Bryant Adminis RON SPENCER Executive Editor The stlte of Florida, under the administration of Farris Bryant, has prosperel and grown in size, it is true. However, alter almost four years of Bryant al the helm, it would be fairly accurate to say that, should a "most popular person contest" be held In the state, Bryant would finish far out of the running. Should he decide ln the future to run for another political office, there is little doubt that there would be no great overland rush to the polling booths to pull the lever marked "'Bryant.'' Recently the general unpopularity of Bryant throughout the state has become more than merely evident. FIrst, James Kynes Bryant's appointee to replace Attorney General Richard Ervin following his elevation tothe state supreme court, met with disaster at the polls in the state democratic primary last spring. True, Earl Faircloth defeateri the amiable Kynes, a torrnpr bruising center and team captain on the 1947 "Winless Wonders'' the losingest UP football trem In modern history, by a razor-thin margin of less than a thousand votes out of more than 900,000 cast ballots, but still the significance was there. People inthe state simply did mot wish to vote for Kynies, who carried the Bryant good-housekeeping seal of approval. Kynes equaledt Bryant in too many persons' ninds-. 'Te disastrous and utterlysurprising showing of Bud Dickinson, fondly know,, as "Super Bud" by State cartoon enthusiasts, can be explained at least partially by the general knowledge that Dickinson was more or less the choice of Farris Bryant. With much of the Bryant machinery arnd over $600,000 to work with, still the best Bud could accomplish was a fourth-place finish in a six-nun race. This, after fifth-place finish in a field of seven In~ 1960, removed Bud as a real future political threat to anyone. His close relation to Bryant did nothing to help his cause. Recently Bryant, after days of indecision, decided to back the national Democratic ticket in the state and head the statewide Johnson For President campaign. It's hard to tell yet, but this may have been only another "kiss of death' to Johnson's chances of reaping Florida's electoral harvest come November. Much of Bryant's poor image has come as a resultof his wavering, imdecisionanddowlrght confusion on many issues. He seems to be a well--meaning and publIc-spirited man, but yet heways s eems to "do the wrong thing at the F or example, upon the calming of the racial dificuties at St. Augustine, Bryant states that te legislative committee's action ii, St. Augustine was a brightl star" which must cause those with mor, poetical witticism than myself to coin better ditties than: tration Viewed From all Indications, little car, be foni t{ praise in the St. Augustine affair, whia so injured the image of Florida this past surlmmr. Certainly, more positive initial action bx mri'r forceful governor could have spared us ot stime of the affair. And yet praises ring to the 4k. Likewise, Bryant has little to crow itut concerning his now-infamous surnmnit mlitmli with southern governors who, as is gent' alL known, express opinions concerning rta situations counter to those practiced by Li ii a progressive state in racial relation, > southern standards. His summIt meeting aii Louisiana's James McKeithren, Nlissisii' Paul Johnson and Alabama's George Will I on the eve of the nationailemocratic conytinii[ did little to Improve Florida's conventlir Il image. Even when Bryant tries his darndest to 1 something right it seems as If It backfires Speaking concerning the charge made by Hayden Burns concerning 'communists and pink> on the campuses of higher education in the state. Bryant did disavow the presence of any com'munists but then in the next breath said tth at he did have one or two suspects whom he w planning to remove from the system present. Most Americans would call this double-talk, and common sense Seminoles woujd refer 'a such a stand as one coming from a peron~ who "speaks with a forked tongue." Floridians may be overly harsh with Furrls Bryant, who has tiptoed dawn the precarious path of moderation in most areas sinc, assummlig office in 1901. He will not be remembered a> a great governor, however, and his current lack of popularity no doubt stems from his seemingly indecisive nature exhibited in the past. We can thank God that Bryant was no Wallace or Johnson or Theodore Bilbo, but it is our feeling that Florida will never assume her place In the sun unless Bryant's successors transcend Farris. LE ITER: A Drastic EDITOR: in reference to the item in your "Letters" column of September iS entitled A Humor Magazine" written by art Steve Cooke. It came to my attention as I read the letter by Mr. Cooke that a drastic mistake had been made on the part of Mr. Cook. or that an almost unforgivabl, oversight bad bW.n madeon the part of the sditorlul staff Of YOUr papt. 'nte It. to which I refer Is ". ..readiw saou i I, A ~:

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orida Republicans' Chances Improve It Ut It s catrieil tlh st it rlat three uresidenti ii Kennedy Djixi,> I i I! 'I~ 4 ''~ I 'I Xii it, lii L.aii I'p Snaps I i~ LII lit ~tl~ At Criticism, Predicts Mudslinging 4udent Body President Ken Kenrstrongly 91 agaInst most of the Atlantic 'cast of the United States. The storm's iop windis of 100 m ile an hour, however, missed Cities, heavy rain squalls and bhseas pounding against Bermluda forced the ocean liner Queen 'if Bermuda to leave port here mid tide out the blow wider power in deep water off-shore. FRANK'S AUTO CLINIC SPECIAL ATTENTION to students anid all W* employ Iwo full time ecperienced issertil. '' A didinr h to. We lie told the pal tis Ilk (h in that ijerdrick w isnot well s.'rsed1 On contemipoi iry student g err'ment (SG) affairs, piarlitic ty adding that II' utso knew lttue about SGj doi mg bus own idmriiuti ation. 1.ewly-eIi teil Pr ty t haitiin Mike Ilolliigswo, th st esseti the nped for gotod COmuTfleliiaticflnild warned tihe gathering that onn. again Gilt Party was '200 or 250 block votes down."' The term "block vote'" refers to the edge ih committed Greek votes based Upfl tOtal membtership nf all ira termites and sororilies aligned with the two parties. Kenziedy promised thit beforet the year 1 out we wilt complet. all of the platform, with the possible exception of some whose feasibility is currently doubted."' In addition, he said his .niinistration plans to go 50 or GU per C nt beyond the ph tfo rmI. "We e Glad y s Bermuda Ber'u d a shuttered business establishmeflb, but kept most of them open. Thit island was buffeted less thtan two wt,'ks 40o by the fringes of hurricane Ethel which caused $30,000 damage-. Campaign gr urns nt hPsi,] ii I plitfor iii Simng erpen Arts Season F olk smer Rarer, Duke, ''a prufessiiii.il modutel who ,rdhances her sorw with sti ikung beauty" will kick off the 1964 -6 Florida tmin In.' Arts I. omi mi t tee program, in< ording to Douglas G. Johnson, 7k I, gradurt. pro grani assistantt to FUt comnilttses. The program, to be held Thur.day .at 8:I5 p.mra. in the LUnivers Ity Auditorium, will be a "concert of refreshmng authentic Amlerlcan .iid frrigi folk music, Johnson saId. Uttiei progranis In the com,flIttlAI's sies inluudlr lecturres and tiouctrts. 'Au F vetting with Mark Twain"' willh George -WIlliam Smith IA s heduled for Nov. 12. "For one and a halt houw snith is M, ak Twain, Johnson said. Also si hedulid Fr. Qihe C arr thines, "int.rlud.s From Iiistory and iictioi,"' front u i n arid classic play., At. mtri c art Pantnarmis it -ittoi, lupett.' Dianiel [lot Is' ( oricertlirattr for gi sis sell for $1. Season tickets, good to, six prlgritms sell for johnton ,.ald tir kets tie dIjtbie in Room :315 if the I. or Id. Un Ion, at the lHul Info, mationi booth, or by ma I. GATORS USE MISS. STATE. FOR GATOR BAIT. Strip Steak Small $1.45 Large s1.75 X--Large $2.15 Served with French Fries, Mashed, or Bolked Potatoes, Tossed Salad -Hot Roll & Butter p ,t i. ir. m re i tt a kit n th.,t tst. p1 litia if lw hi o tuL m teorl townl' ie.putlla i 1thi' balo ar titii kno tlt ((s I cuertoi alte io who rge v'eti oii dht. publi-n tiedl ''n wnown., polled 570,000 wh .t, th Iti 'ei al tew s ftr ,1e nr. I I 'I', & ~iih~ Lii I. ~tpt4lIIi~ iii vtItli~~ for l'i*ti ie t thn,, if No reirtj Il thi' elite vii '-i I i Ungt I iti, t e ouiI Ii rg I he g rin torl i 1 elii to a yrar Cmsin Ve i, Isi tshiiis tO Dr. MI. I. laur, leit of the lDepartw'Ie *t t ts.tul mI that mboyv' Ihis ya I, IIh, ILsi tile which will witir,, siultanii.ouN pr.'sid,.ntial amt gtbntwatortal election In this state.
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4., .Mma unUBmmftiflW ? mN L ATOR Ato S ~ FulL, iii ,'h,,a,. I. an LLsvf,CLAS Cl IFIE S L For Sal Lii I'll'. I 2 ., eI lit ,.i'-u I ii ? 'I. .' ii [Jc,, Itt -' .\-I -At ill A-l~I l$Pi L F'W Igil fid mahIm< ii conitiln. (ill 76 3211, I,x. 5595 ,rsk for I ipe ( ottna. (r 272-699M (6-12-St -C). -O ------i ~s juld week ends. 7 tAldi U.S -4ae& l iujw Ii I 'r hair tilts. F'ur spes bL cuts i iil 5,r ippoiTntmrt plLt',rm Otkr, 12. Kill ViI8 attn a;Ui0 jEIT. sA -ll-p). U diys I s-Il. I'hone 2-9129. (M-II-St) I pe Het order, pre I.',n tetl 1.1 sS(NS mi F I 'meno Wagon Auto Trans. P & 1 -low mileage -new con-. Wutk, 141,,., I rld Cuit:y Style. S pee' tc pI. ne witti experiment e.l instructor'. Also dillon. $995. Kern Pynm ii Shaidy K zon, Wi.shbxjoircl with 2 It, l track. ( uriplet. plokkup And riot control (iii F H 2 7111. A-Ilrut .Juig.'I it'Nook Tru Ilir Court, lot #411.,phcn. 372--$653. M -9-it ). (G -I -5t-c.-0 UITA F{ -HA N Ir stiuttiun., 195!) C i)D5M0131E eluhIpped with I8 u l l e ti, .uir-ondi tiolinrg. I'P IINABOLT M:ccuzy id I mcliio, Folk lio n r alet, (uttdit oan. Flegiruiec. {,retc h, [-,I}.i, I tIIIr $300 for .qutty and like over pay ments of $55.50 pwr month. Call E xt. 5131 before 5 o'clock; ask for Mr. (hen and tfter .5 call 312 -2127. (G-ll-3t-c). 1958 TIUjMP'lI TR-3. Very good condition, paInted recently. Boot covrr, tonne.,u, good tires. Asking $850. 1215 SW 4th Ave. Alter 4:30. (G-9-5t-p). 1952 MG REBIlI T, biutllul new I nte~ rior, f in an ce. new paint job. Will $4'35. C iil MIUSIc (intir ,1023 Urn ver fly A very ig-otI iiidiv dual ( WIei. Only 176 -4048.(A-8 -St -'). -1025 We st A vi. I'hone 372542I. Fo r R ent EIGHlT IUX) M tinfurniished hwus*. Eight TTIIeS ft om the center of GalIIe vii I. Sto V. and ri fr Ige r to included. I family per month. Cull prefered. $75 2-0243 after 5. C al l FR 2 -1694. (B--tf -ni). 'G-9-l0t--c). GA TOR CLASSIFIEDS UNIV. EX: 2832 ~e MM as. Of The That 'Jo Built j Last Day TWO ROOMS suitable rorone male student. Near shopping winter ari In walking distance of Campus. see it 104 sw 8 St. ai-12-tf-n). CA)MPIETEY I b~edroum, 2 btiP Cowpeui. 23 rnailas (35 mmn.) 19 39 TRIl MP Il Mot, r cye I. 500 S.,good (Oinduliol. $325.till 3781161. (A -Il -31-d). 1914 II UN U A 150 Extillent condition. $425. Sea it shady Nook T railer l'ark, lot I5. 3101 SW 3411h Stet. Off Arc her Road. (A -23t-c) 1)62 [3MW Motor ycle, 250 cc. $450. Ciii Dave f risby, Rm. 217 it 376-9136. (A-12-St-c). AIR -CON DITIONE, H 17,000 BTUJ, I,,merson push button model, less than 2 years Ald, excellent dion, $165; Matetris cap rid gown, $20; full length mirror and 2 dresser mirror, to Down town. $85 per month. 3727658 week lays. (8-12 -3t-c). S MAIl ROOM -I block from (.lmpub. Private entrance and bath -very quiet. $40 per month. (ill FR 8--2439 after 7:00 p.m. ILost & Found -Robinson High School RIng -31964. FR 2-9l68.( L -12-lt -c). LCST -Blue Wallet with Wants IdentifIcatIon. FR after 5:00. 323 NW 16th (L-l2-It-c). 6-0891 Street. [Help Wanted ousck' 3a 5 7 L I I E XPE R IENC EI) DRUMMER needed for college dance band. Call 372-6086 after 5 p.m. (E -12 -U-nc). NOW! 3 SMASH HITS! First Area Showing I -m bbssasass #I). (A-I12-3t). RECORD ALBUM Sale, J in, Rock and Roll, arid Folk. Less than 1/2 price. See it 1536 NW 2 Place Apt. D.(A -l0-Jt-c). WILL TRAI)E '56 Ford Victora in excellent condition for motorcycle. Contact Bob FR 8-2689 after 1:00 p.m. (D-l2-4t-p). Wnted WANTED: Student parents who would like to reduce their babysitting expenses. Jair' our baysittng pool! For mre information call 376-0372. (C -Il5l-p). TWO MALE students reed third to share 2-yr.-house, air-cond., furnished, 3-BUR-house. 2016 NW 34th Ave. per moth. 5: 3t)-6:00 II -21 -c). -NPrivate room. Call Harmon $38.34 Eggers p.m. 376-9256. (C1950 thru 1954 Fords and Chevrolets. Servict Station, Al H~rudon's 936 S. E. 4th Street. (C -5-20*-c). $2.50. Anytime can even say, singI STRUM or Ut, ~N.'S 'qiry--I--7 tarbut for PLUCK with a FOLKSY appeal you can't beat advertising In IHE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR that Shn 1st at 7:00 Pres*"t your products in such a way YOU aid ecollent shown i -H i 4 -' -|

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Warren Study Public Soon New Rabies Vaccine Found? II 0 "Wher Your Fri end-> Are ~ a W OIN WAS PA RT Y SAVE 50% ON YOUR LAUNDRY Gator Groomer Coin Laundry Adjoining University Post _0 How You $ANDhN6 MACHiNES POWER TOOLS CARPENTER TOOLS CEMENT TOOLS MECHANIC'S TOOLS AINERS EQUPMEN N.Y. 8tk Av Office Can Rent It WpLLI'ArtKINb, tQUiPMtNI PLUMBER'S TOOLS5 HOUSEHOLD EQUIPMENT PARTY AND BANQUET NEEDS BAHY EQUIPMENT AND BEDS GARDEN AND YARD TOOLS e.OR CALL: jR 6-2835 I iI[tt I i e'~. rt-, i loi RC o h oo f To All Students Shlowing ID's 3tarting Sept .21 at I p.m AUNT JEMIMA'S KI TCHEN 1614 NW 13th St. P I. tie h.1 h h t r hail, hI' daigr IinoImtI in h Idilo it't Itlu i It t m i 'int. MU iI~ S ~d k,n o 1hVelcI i hon h.,ta 1,1 m a it in th' imiisIt' io iltif t ntlu i ii. XCIlu 011 1 pcteit idn tilerel tuiit bl.oteuwo u i. hightlst .iitwxy st ligili giliit tits ociur-, Ii those I"ibd"dats whoha've rt'tgv*I 'L%taur I ibls Ui.'atmnt, I ramriti (OmtiiOiiy tLed beforeth Iiint raut in sf th Imnpros ed IdLck embhi yu Vic. In,,' sid Edds. i*'"'vteia tVit~ Iijarl''is i'' t b I equt tiy exposed Io t tLieh and dihus r a ted, they .4rr cons ide r.'d U25 THE Natoa ScrtAgec is a ti tal unique ..and offers creative research opportunities in the art and science of sophisticated communica! rhcre is absolutely no other orgaildlion like it .no other orga.'iraOf dnng the same importnm work, or olfermrg the 'amne wceulth of opport tly (or im gmiv ni thinkers in the I therdl Arts. a' will js the Physical und Ingineeiiig Scientes The NitionmI Sernly Agen1Ly 's ,i matsr rebceirch arm ot the Department of fefense. but its niluience ,ind rcsponsibht'tt are f ar broader It works closely w lbhnmany indus trial and resca rth mt t tons, it h a Tpaa "CCCSS 10 scienlllic inforrnitioni it utfltrCi tics and other G;ovcrnmntl labor utoriC'. and it enjoys koscconmult ing arrangeet% with qcienlhits ol commanding %tlre %A .61l members enjoy all Ahe benefits of Federsi employment wilbogi the requlremenlh Imponed by the ChvilService %ysttm. What does NSA do t1h.t warrants this unique stature? NSA approat he, the subject of sop hit cated Comm tin al on' Iron the se(M ogm al standpois I. Cresthng secure eommuntloes. te. d qupmens unkow *yher Computer, & .dp sy.*ess ihbM will hncreaie ciii hnli aail s~~lin. Thlm means that Communication Engineers, Computer De sign Speciaihsws %athematicaX1, Program mecr, and Systemis Analyt, all contnhute cctver~ and trmjnal equipmefit to c dLmg tcrmml nl equipment. tmorc speech band widmth tornpresi on wL(rr% o s iniil.r advintes ef -. Hs the 'cry nature of sethc l )m iutilflt.iibfS. Juingl the tuntinng m hrugh si spillogit ptisedurc' ink! reh imqitts ieCu% iipuiliogy Intl 'K Lsi gi ipha huhlmerplrt .,rr not tunght ehe lihea it he iwp i n tI' irntll itu l euii I 'is a!! be taught this Lhaillcflging lew IiLphnliiiht at NSA Wirk in iha held matii insult Npvuall) designed trTmpalers tle~l e'n ipiiter is .oimpiitr diii inks .init alp programming I i cn mruimi phiiisophs ir the Ll'L mia he useful cireqa n[s for Lr pioi I 3.I r otooung v nein lit e nd prreriniul ihe iriIs II the imatrriena nimcinoit tormn [hue i the himit if the ingti'as exetand the laniguagri graduai cin mt of hi rher particular g it quickly ctpurn! fmrmliirity wa lbihc Inguall thaI NSA don., teve Is nldomw any caittleg precedeal. fitly NSA pioneers in wecure comnmu.IcatIOeS o. Ibis breed e al th "es chanc t ,.1ed te e .A hi. dIacIpleed Ihkk'kg .itboet wear oE po.*.grsdsate nsperenc. All the. te .-luehe witIswI.~ts ions )nCamjpts int WNr ifective for Mathernatlcians and Englneers wi be heWd later. Conu. -our C Pa n nt f I fit, for dote. ar a r ui rgh tt IVn yo if 0iTItge$lty bats. Atlantan To Void A ILAN I~ 'f-A ito, iskel thi, '. a Oiurt MNdtily Is ii rights liw. lie siId toigttns wIll hr Ibba Law S. Supreme. hid the civil ti It stindis, to ilppropriI. ItgI Iei aI v. rights now h.ld Mor.tonnoit~to, F., oper.tar f lb.hea seat Atlsit., Motel, Mouel, pretteIed lih. court would t hr W out tihe puilllt I ern Tmmod ttin. jtltiln (If iih, controversIaI iirw liw. Inollestti,, lit his hi IeI to the Ii1gh courl, saia Ilw act imposes Ijvoluntiry servitude'' upon him, aid askid the court to permanently halt 11h tU. S. attorney genertl (rOm, esiforing the ict against his motel. Alter e federal district Court upht.Id lbhe law, Hollentoh deidd to adept Negro (ghesis it hit motel 'ntil the ttnntitutona~lity of th. int wu determanmd. Atlanta restaurant owner Lester Maddox closed his plice altar th, first legal riutal. itolieston .rgued that ('ongres. will 1w fr.' to apptopridte mo re powe r Il tht hIgh court qgrees that "'every local grocery store who buy. orsngms f ro m felorid4i every lawyer who buy. pencil from l'.nusylvsia and 1w In interstate commercee' A BirmIngham, Al., federal court held Ijait week that thepjblic the interstate highway zotet. Pedestrian H it A pedestrIan was lajured early yesterday sbtrnooc wtan he we. hit by a 1964 V.pa scooter driyen by U1F studect KennMJ, 1).Vat. EWyprson. Thomas Sommer. Paterto a teken t, the UF TeachIng lion. p1141 where ?h. Isundergolngtrnatmont for a fratured lq and multipie ebralion. (Oftlcer U. 8. Hobtnuon of th. ntafrd that Pat.,tw had clonsed the Iitirsctoti Against lih. lIght. [)ahage to the .coot.r eurpeded $40. No chars hay. buen mld. An Informatlusai program on studegit government will be Initidted Thursday by Ken Keoaedy, student body president. At I v. Im. Kanndy will speak at afi Informial MeetIfl 1nJOCnlig Hell. H. will he .cconipanied by Dick Gober, studnt tiody Vicea sp.waan.rme;eemementasmisrostly

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~ :~4~~$g~ ~%~N ~ mr's'.-. --~ ** ~ fl1INew High In S Hopes eminole Prevail Wigwam DAVE BERKOWITZ Asishtont Monoging Editor I lorPdL State fans sri sel fr thi 1964 foutbatlI seisonl with high intic Ipat ion .11(d hope s for so me thing better thin last year's i.-record. Thet Seruiiiles got off to i goodt start Saturlday with 1 4-t) vi tor y over the Mii Flurrimc anies. They hive gor(d 'son is liee a coath Bill Ieter son wririrne, ltek 2'7 lette rmnli, two fine quarterbharks octdtwo xpe rincidt liT)e s. The Seminoles will be playing i, ii enlai girl DoIk Campbll Stadtium with a e a i n g capacity of over 40,000. Probably the biggest boost for the Est 'I Tri e is its I rid It tnal interistatI. battle with the Univers i ty of Florida. This Hurricanes George Mi DAVE BERKOWITZ Assistant Managing Editor Two things are missing at Miami thIs year, George Mire and Andy Gustalson. Miami got off to a bad start Saturday with a 14-0 loss to Florida State. Substituting for Gustafson at the helm of the Hurricane's football team is former Georgia Tech assistant Charlie Tate and substituting for Mira-only heaven knio s. Gustaf son bowed out as head football coach of the Miami eleven to become Athletic Director of the school. H's last season was far Gators '*"''' il n 'irn. Ih Vj,.t ni aover W(on a .L 7We Mh hr (at'ji hcrni. tletd. Thi, oy drawl irk to itke ..iamnr year isth inlwule coxoked up for iiA,.s. A mnrg the big lhur Shristun i, Ktoij ky, N.( tallj have F l(*ri. rt wli it I(A)k($ foxrmPicl.t li dhi' far ig .Staite I or Ida. Nlai lhi iiir tiy bitt hur li. Petit soni pliam' to go hick, .is far s ih. rul,, will ill,,w, to platoun fc4,tbail. This could prove Ihi undoing of the Seminoles as IA will 'preid 1 ekxperiarict pretty tiii it SO Inc qpot .Twenty -seven lettermn look good to fill lII positions, but with Peterson having to fill 2? a lot will ride on sopiiumores If key players ire Injured. Minus r Drill For Bulldog s Head coach Ray Graves said he was going to have his boys practice tacklIng 250 pound Gator lineman Dennis Murphy in preparation for bringing down Mississippi State's tackl, like fullback Hoyle Granger. "He it definitely going to be hard to stop, Graves said. "In fact We think Mississippi State is one of the most aggressive teams in the conference. They didn't play as well as they are supposed to Saturday. It was a combination of their mistakes and Texas Tech being underrated."' Graves thought the Gators would have trouble stopping the option plays of Don Edwards, Mississippi State's senior quarterback. "He didn't throw much, but he showed the *bllity to be a real s c ramble r in the Texas Tech Game," Graves said. Grau, was real happy with his quarterback situation. He said since Shannon was the mo re experienced he would continue to get the call as Uh. number one signal caller, but be would continie to alternate Shannon and Steve Spurnier as the situation In the game dictated. "Really you could calithem, both the number one quarterback. I have the same situation with mI 'a's Skills from successful as the highly touted offense failedto materialize and Miami had to settle for a 3-7 seasoli mark-. The Hurricanes will run more and throw less not only because Mira will be gone, but because Tate will rely heavily on a couple of outstanding running backs in Russell Smith and Pete Blanaszak. Banastak has blossomed into a powertu! runner at the fullback spot. Tate will hand over the offensive signal calling chores to a tall (6-2) sharp throwing sophomnure named Bob Biletnikoff. BehInd BhL,.tnikoff will be Rick Swan, a junior who saw very little art inn bhind" Mira. Swan impressed Tat, with his ability during spring practice. Smith, 190, will hold down the left half or tailback spol in the slot-T offense. Robert Barth, another junior who weighs 190, gives added depth to the position. The wingback or right half will be divided bet ween Jack Sims, IS-po und se ni or, and Tm Omelctnski, las-pound sophomore. Charles Brown gives Tate extra depth at right half. Banastak who weighs 205, could be one of the finest inside In the nation. Bob Donm and Fred Cahsidy, 112, sophomores battling for behind Banast~ak. Coach of which I Some of Georgia burg h magazine favoring game this Miami Gainesvil rate is facing a he had no part in the opposition runners ke, 185, are two the spot schedule making. includes Tech, California, Pittsand Indiana and Nw a have gone as far as Miami to win only One asOn. and Florida tangle it Lie on Nov. 2A. LAST NIGHT'S WATER BASKETBALL SCORES; Orange League: S N 14 -TX I SPE 7PLP 2 RTP 11 -PCT 10 p hr ,fexer LnLt qu,' C -r.rL ks. ,ti w9 Iea It ids out on the vupliik piss .well is hostt of OI her tliiigs. Right b.iiil Tensi is F ii Irit< bitt .ho favors such things s thr roll;Iit option, the iske rUnb iid .ts, or the fAke i s, rid rim. it,. Pt'tkoj Irjds ndtwn the issignm dl kilet halfb.irk hift vacant try D .ve Sr yyirr who piLi Up 500 ya rds ru'h ing I.st ye.' r. The iul b r k spot belongs to l~et Nirremnile, 192. N~trIeYmore his the ibility to be better than his predecessors [ arry Brinkly and Marnon Roberts who together ran up 10 y.rds total from the fuilbick spot. In t h rt'rnirmng backfield pos itioni is F red Biletnikoff, 180, Swho runs from the flanker position as ,. blocker and a pass catcher. lie carried the ball only once last fall, but caught 24 passes for 358 yards, scored four touchdowns, and inerepedthree pass FSU's offensive lne willaverage 221 pounds, being much larger than the defensiv, unit. The offensive list reads: Don Floyd, 191; Bill Dawson, 223; Del Willjams, 229; Bob Mangan, 220; Tom West, 231; Joe Avenmano, 223; Dlals MacKenzie, 227, and Jack Edwards, 221. The big man on the defensive unit is 242-pound Frank pennie. FSU hosts Florida for the first time in Tallahassee on Nov. 21. Fraternities Numerically Set Leagues ERNIE LITZ Intramurals Editor. Fraternity Intramurais Officials voted last week to "re-align the Range and Blue Leagues on the basis of IC Orange League and 10 Blue l eague fraternities, o the basis of theprevious October's rolls." This action means that every fall toth fraternity leagues will be arranged according to total membership (numerically) as recorded by the previous. year's rolls. The last time previous to this fail's arrangement that the teams were re-aligned was three years ago. It was felt that the alignment would be changed due to a request by Lambda Chi Alpha to switch f ro m th e Blue to the Orange League. This precipitated the rep quest for anover-all rN-alignment. As of a record check conducted Last Friday byGraduate intramural M ana ger Paul Varnes, no .fraternity was in any way changed between leagues from the present arrangemn. "1 checked the rolls for three hours and I got an accurate total. The fraternities remained exactly the same IS and IC In each league respectIvely," Varnes said. The drawing line after the first ie largest came alter Beta Theta STEVE SPURRIER gets urgent call from Coach Roy Graves during Southern Methodist University game. IN TH E WH IRLPOOL. BRUCE DUDLEY Assistant Sports Editor Florida's Gators have another outstanding sophomore quarterback In Steve Spurrner. Spurrner was at thieGator helnm for twoof Florida's three touchdowns Saturday, Te other was made byJack Ha,,er on a punt rut back. Spurrner also punted six times for an average of 43 yards. Many state sports writers had compared Spurrier toGeorgia Tech's Billy Lothridge before the season started, and after the Gator debut, they will probably give all kinds of publicity to the sophomore back from Johnson City, Teno. nTis story of the sophomore wizard at quarterback is no new story at Florida. Veteran Torn Shannon first received headlines as a sophomore when he replaced Larry Libertore on the starting team. Libertore had also been an outstanding sophomore back for the Orange and Blue. SHANNON LEADS GA TORS Shannon Camne of I the bench against the Duke Blue Devils and passed the Gators to a 2k-C halftime lead. The Gators eventually lost the game, but Shannon had won a spot with Florida fans. Saturday Spurrner found himself in the same spot. Shannon had lead the first Gator drive which bogged down on Southern Methodist University's 15-yard line. Then the third time the Gators got the ball, Spurrner went In, and five plays later Florida scored it's first TU of the season. Cries of "We want Spurrner" were already coming from some fans Saturday. Shannon hadn't lead the team to a touchdown on the first series of plays so the crowd had abandoned him. This is ridiculous. QUAR TER BACKS VERSATILE Spurrder is a versatile quarterback and an outstanding athlete having made all-state in football, basketball and baseball at Scieact High School In Tennessee; but Tom Shannon Isan outstanidlrc quarterback and athlete too. Besides quarterbacking the Gators, Shanaca starts at first base for the Florida baseball team and last year made the Southeastern Conference baseball squad. Either Spurrner or Shannon are capable of leading the Gators to a winning season. Coach Ray Graves calls the two quarterbacks "a one-two punch." With an eye to th. future, many poop1. will only taft of Spsrrter during the season. But both Shannon and Spurrner will be taking turns leading the Gator offense. Usually clubs onlyhbaveone outstmnditngquaflerback such as Auburn's Jimmy Sidle. Florida I. lucky enoqth to have two offensive wizards; and if both stay in top shape, the "on-tw punch" should stradi. Sidle and quite a few other opponents during the season. WAarn an et intrnw ma uern It Cen f