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Vol. 57, No. -16 University of FloridaGainesville Monday, Sept. 28, 1964

'THE DEEP SOUTH'S' RNEST COUEGE DAILY"!

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:', A screaming crowd of boisterous
.:? *' 7 : UP students.-estimated by various
officials. at somewhere bet ween 200
4' (
.J ; and 2,000-.started bonfires,
\ \ ... : 2 : ripped down signs, and told police
"to go to hell" in a two-hour riot
late Saturday night that UP Deanof
wI Men Frank T. Adams called a
"victory celebration."
It all started when the Gators
v beat Mississippi State 10-13 In a
rp pj Southeastern Conference football

game earlier in the evening.
The "celebration" resulted in
eight arrests Arrested were
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Charles D. Catalina, 21, 1509
NE 15th St., charged with resisting
arrest and disorderly conduct by
ii: ; % actions and words,released Sundayon
bonds totaling $560;
; & A --Arthur Dale Ellis, 20, 224 NW

2nd Ave., discharging fireworks,
released Sunday on $150 bond;
.Edward D. Mackay, 22, 306K
NW 16th St., resisting arrest and
disorderly conduct, released Sun

day on bonds totaling $550.

I A REFRESHING dip i:the mud pond-;; was- a part of Graham Area's Playday Saturday. (See page 2 for" '- guilty Three and other paid $25 students fines pleaded

story. and more .pictures. Photo by. Nick Arroyo. .) .Carl Barry Manet, 22, 25 SW
Castro Cuba 7th St., drunk; George Bruce
Mitchell Jr., 22, 207 SW 2nd Ave.,
Attorney General Answers Query
possession of beer; Carl William
Debate Set Hartley, 18, Murphree Hall J,
disorderly conduct by letting air
Controversy Flares UpJOEL Whether the United States out of patrol car.
should recognize Castro's CubaIs William D. Myers, 17,1009 NE
the subject for debate tonight 12th Ave., posted $150 bond at the

GASTON Mrs. Bethea wrote Kynes last this be said driver's license and at 8:15 In the University time of arrest and will appear
Managing Editor week after a number of students draft cards were the next best. Auditorium. later in municipal court, charged
The local controversy In which were refused the right to register Mrs. Bethea said that this, in David Dellinger, a memberof with discharge of fireworks.Two .
the Executive Committee of
UP students have been refused the because their permanent residencewas effect, "leaves me sitting in the other students were charged
right to register for voting pickedup not in Alachua County even middle of the fence." the Committee for Non-Violent with disorderly conduct, talked to
steam again this weekend as though they had lived here more The answer still did not clearup Action which sponsoredthe by the arresting officer, and re-
Guantanamo Walk"in
"Quebec to
State Attorney General James W. than six months. the main question of what leased.
August, will speak In favorof
Two .Ign.ne a "reserved"sign
Kynes answered a query from Kynes' answer said a person'sstatement constitutes a "permanent resident -
Alachua County Supervisor of of permanent residencewas ," which Mrs. Dethea has the issue. and the dther a construction
Registration Mrs. Alma Bethea. the best evidence, but barring called "the main bone of Jose Norman, opponentof sign--were torn down during the
contention." Dellinger In the debate,takingthe course of the afttr-game
negative stand, is an festivities.
Englishman and former 11-year
Nobel Winner to In one case which was advancedby
SpeakDr. the Alachua County Republican resident of Cuba. (Continued on page---.3))-

Glenn T. Seaborg, world famous nuclear chemist and headquarters as a possible test
currently chairman of the U.s. Atomic Energy Commission, case, the student was allowed to rj rad
will be the UF's principal speaker at dedication ceremonies register. The person Involved was
of its $2.4 million Nuclear Sciences Building Oct. 10. Greg Seltz, 4JM, who has lived in
the county for the past three and
Nobel prize winner Dr. Seaborg Is the one hall years.Continued.
co-discoverer of the chemical element
( on Page 2))
Plutonium and a number of transuranium
elements. He Is a pioneer worker with
nuclear energy Isotopes. i SweetheartsAnnounced
lie will talk on "The Binding Force of
the Atom."
Under Dr.Seaborg's leadership,whole new
bodies of methodology and Instrumentation
have been developed that have become a Homecoming sweethearts were tr
cornerstone of modern nuclear chemistry. announced Sunday by Zolly t
Among other honors Dr. Seaborg was SE AS ORG Maynard, Sweetheart Contest
named, in 1947, as one of America's 10 outstanding young clulrnun.
men by the U.S. Junior Chamber of Commerce and in the The sweethearts, on* of which
same year was made recipient of the American Chemical will become homecoming queen r
Society's award in pure chemistry. With Professor E. M. are: :
McMillan, of the University of California, he was awarded Mary R. Arliskas, (3ED) a Zeta i1
the Nobel Prize in Chemistry In 1951. He was named recipient Tau Alpha,from Clearwater,sponsored -
of the Atomic Energy Commission's Enrico Fermi by Sigma Nu fraternity; .L.\
Award In 1959 for his outstanding work in the field of nuclear Carolyn Anne McDonell, (4ED),
chemistry and for his leadership in scientific and educational also a Zeta Tau Alpha, from ; !
the Zetas
affairs. Wllllston, sponsored by ; .
Formal dedication of the UP's Nuclear Science BuildingIs Betty Jane Wendt, (2L'C) a Delta ar mmrj& 'T:'* --- srv v
scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 10 at 10 a.m. and a series Gamma from Coral Gables, sponsored JOY AT JACKSON. Gator cheerleader whoopsit
of special events have been planned around the dedication, by Delta Tau Delufut.mUy. 10-12.
full
For
story see pages
up.
and for Friday, Oct. 9.



. Page 2, The Florida Alligator, Monday,_Sept. 28, 1964 -.... ControversyContinued

HARVEY SHARRON, left and Norwood "" 1\\ '

Graham HoldsActivities Florida Blue Key members, right signal '- :,' ( from ]
page 1))
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the distribution of bumper stickers todayto 1
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advertize Homecoming '64. L Mrs. Bethea said Seitz came
DayA and discussed his
situation
,.. her register.She, and. that he was allowed\1th to

"free-for-all" shaving cream
TL \ said
,
fight was the most popular event however, that another
of Graham Area's Playday held student who talked to her Friday
was not allowed to register
Saturday. The "free-for-all" was because
scheduled to end the day of games the coed said her home was IB
Tennessw.
and contests, but many students
began to spray shaving cream at
each other as soon as the activities A meeting has been called for
began. tonight at 8:30 p.m. In the Florida
Girls of the ground floor of Union of all students who have not
Graham dressed Frank Rash In a been registered. A spokesman said
costume attractive enough to have -"" '- Gainesville attorneys will explain
him chosen the winner of the -- owaesr r Kynes' statement to the group He
boys' beauty contest. ,;r said a room number for the meeting
Prizes were awarded at a will be posted.
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Graham Hall dance Saturday night. -
Other winners Include: Nina _, ( ..
Gonzalez and Jim Wilson In the --- INSTANT I
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sack race, Trussler Hall In the
tug o' war, and Jim Thompsonand
Ted Fielding In musical tubs. 1 1I
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Miss Betty Wolf, 1UC was crowned 11k xt
Miss Graham Area. MILDNE8

A FLORIDA couple needs no introduction. Below, Betsy Goodman and, right, A.. G. Schildbach at the

Graham Area Playday Saturday. (Photos by Nick Arroyo)

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Victory Celebration' H 11Ri 1 Q\\ KAPPA PSI


-Rioting in DisguiseNANCY (Continued From Page I) 4A

The students apparently began
gathering around the College Inn,
continued down to West
about 11:00
passing through town.One wonders
BRACHEY If these tourists will ever visit University and 13th St., and con-
Editorial Assistant Florida again. tinued on to the Yulee Area, said
Lt. Vernon K. Holllman of the
One also wonders If Gainesville
Charging, crushing, exuberant,, residents will ever get to eat Campus Police.It .
the crowd plunged into the street fruit salad again after Saturday was also reported that the back s
like the last brigade going down- night's pillage of the Kraft Food of a frozen fruit salad truck stoppedby PROUDWGATOR
a street blocked with swarms

hill.Armed with firecrackers and Co.truck.After the fires were out and of students was opened and some Phi Kappa Psi, as the newest social fraternity on
cherry bombs, eager for mischief,, the crowd was quieted reasonablydown boxes were taken. No one was
Is offering an opportunity as well as a chal-
though. ,
apprehended campus
this cross-section of the intelll- the police took their standon
gensla of America's youth was the corner of W. UniversityAve. After seeing police at the dorm- lenge to University of Florida students. Phi Psi is a
celebrating their victory Saturday and Thirteenth St. itory area the students disbanded, well-founded national fraternity that has been char-
night if only as an excuse to romp The defiant attitude of the group Lt. Holllman said. Another reason
and stomp. which had prevailed all night was for the termination of the "cele- acterized by strong chapters, and both outstanding
The spontaneous "victory cele- especially evident now becausea bration" was the girls' dorm- undergraduate and graduate brothers for over a
bration" channelled Itself onto W. dozen policemen armed with itory curfew.
University Ave. In record time billy-clubs obviously couldn't con- According to Lt. James, no real hundred years.
after Bob Lyle's platinum toe trol hundreds of bolstrous excited damage was done. "The majorityof Those interested in learning more about Phi Psi
kicked Florida into the SEC kids. They looked each In the eye the students were Just enjoying and possibly taking a part in the founding and
winners circle. daring the other to make a wrong themselves after winning the game.
People poured out ofevery- move. A few bonfires was all It amountedto growth of this chapter may contact David Hague at

where--one, two and three at a "Don't worry, If you get thrownin ," he said. 404 Trusler Hall, telephone 376-9191. Professor
time but it all added up finallyto Jail, you can just walk right Dean Adams said he plans to
a monstrous amount of human- out again," one UF student was discuss the after-game events with Donald B. Wilcoxin of Industrial Engineering anda
ity which was determined to express heard to say, as be raced acrossW. StudentGovernment(SG)Pres.Ken Phi Psi from Penn State University is serving as
its feelings on any multi- University Ave., a lighted Kennedy at the beginning of this
advisor this
faculty and is willing to discuss matter
tude of subjects, under the heading torch In his hand. week in order to "channel the
"victory." Another said he certainly students' excitement Into a real with interested students.Phi .
Several abortive attempts to enjoyed the fruit salad. victory celebration." According to Kappa Psi expects to take an active posi-
start bonfires on Thirteenth St. Dean Frank T. Adams stood on Adam, Saturday night's frolics
all of life and -
tion in aspects to soon assume
served to get the crowd sufficiently a corner, hands in pockets looking was Just "bating the police." campus
enlivened to a point where it like he had been rousted from a "This type of celebration has no a position of strength and prestige. Phi Psi is
was apparent that most had for- peaceful nights sleep. part on a modern campus. All
a proud name which hopes to soon be a proud Gatorof
gotten what they were celebrating. The only vlsable victims of the these actions and name-callings
Gainesville firemen got a rare demonstration were two signs-- do nothing but reflect upon poor which the Gators con be proud.
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School Spirit In DisguiseLast -I. k JJ J

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Saturday night, some 1,500-2,000 UP students milled t
about at the University 13th. Avenue Intersection, blocking (
traffic, shouting, building fires and In general creating a dis- f e --. (

turbance.The .
occasion, to be sure,was one which warranted a celebrationthe .
-- hard-fought win over a team which symbolized a near-defeat

last year, plus the spectacular way in which It was won.
But the celebration which followed was one which we feel
could have been channeled in a different direction.For .

in the ensuing confusion, the following Incidents occurred: .
At least two university-owned signs, a construction sign at
the site of the new Architecture and Fine Arts Building and an

area parking sign, were used as fuel for two of the numerous 1

bonfires. :% &1r : : I-
A large trailer truck was stopped and a crowd of students : r i-:
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vehicle's back doors at least
opened the refrigerated taking
"Wait 'til we beat someone big !III ,
five cases of frozen foods.A .
number of students were arrested for offenses ranging from

drunkeness to disturbing the peace to resisting arrest. LETTER:

The city police had to furnish 25 men to contain the students, Rules 1 ClarifiedEDITOR
in addition to a special detachment from the Florida Highway

Patrol plus campus police.
the Rules and Regulationswrite
Also, the Gainesville Fire Department had to be called on : concerning Parking
letters to the
to contain the half-dozen fires which "spontaneously" erupted Alligator.
during this time. There seems to be some misunderstanding Shelly Flnman, 4AS

We feel that this burst of spirit was in theory good--It has concerning the article on parking regulations Chief Justice of the StudentTraffic:
twice In less than a year shown the UF student body to be less which appeared in the September 23rd edition Court
apathetic than has generally been suspected--but in practice it of the Alligator. I was quoted as saying, JAZZ CORNER

cost the university's host city a large sum of money to police "Numbered decal zones and no parking zones
and clear up after, will undoubtedly cost several individual are in effect 24 hours a day." This statementis 4Satchmo' On TV
students some money In paying for their part in the celebrationand ABSOLUTELY CORRECT, however there was
what is to us more important, made this Institution look some doubt as to the validity of this particular CHARLIE BUSHColumnist
bad in the eyes of Gainesville and perhaps in the rest of the state. quote.
For while the school spirit demonstrated was far better than
Louis "Satchmo" Armstrong can be seen on
Just "good," we feel there was really no excuse for college The point I wish to make is that there is a WUFT-TV's "Jazz Casual" this week (channel
students, the youngest of which was probably 18, to indulge In difference between numbered decal zones(which .
5, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday and 8:30 p.m.Friday)
the acts of destruction, vandalism and pure theft disguised as are numbered parking spaces) and numbered "Pops" will discuss his career with Jazz
school spirit. decal areas. Parking is permitted in numbered critic Ralph Gleason.
However, we feel that the school spirit generated was great, decal areas (I.e. area 2) before 7:30 a.m. and Channel 4 also offers some cool sounds this
and while the destructive acts cannot be condoned, some place after 4 p.m. daily. However, parking Is pro- "The
week. Teddy Wilson will be a guest on
should be set aside where students can "blow off steam" In a hibited 24 hours dally in all no parking zones
Mike Douglas Show" Wednesday at 5 p.m.
good deal less malicious manner. and numbered decal zones,such as those parking
Historians Bill Grauer and Orrin Keepnewsonce
For Instance, since It must be assumed that most of the crowd spaces occupied by the Deans or DepartmentHeads. wrote that
:
only wanted to yell and cheer, if a place such as the ROTC drill .
"In the four during which he was
field or the regular pep rally location in front of the University years
featured with Benny Goodman's Quartet and 1.Ho
Auditorium were set aside for a bonfire and pep rally after the U there is any further question or suggestions
jazz
(1935-39)) Teddy Wilson became a major
,
the extra could be directed
game, perhaps energies generated
.
star. In addition, his soundly -constructed,
into the channels.
proper
The. FloridaALLIGATOR relaxed, swinging efforts (stemming in part

from Earl Hines, Fats Waller and Art Tatum,

The Amendment Is Worth It but adding further qualities of his own) exerteda

lasting_ _influence__ on_ a_ vast_ number of Swing
Served by United Press International Era pianists."

Around 1,000 names have been gathered for the petition On Friday evening at
circulated to amendment concerning the Honor Editor. . . . . .Walker Lundy
place
being an 8:30 channel 4, you can
Court on the ballot for student elections Thursday.The Managing Editor. '. . Joel Gaston see a modern-jazz balletas
Executive Editor. .' . . Ron
Spencer
petitions must be finished for the most part by tonight, a segment of "The s
according to Chancellor Gerry Richman, and it's going to bea Assistant Managing Editor .Benny Cason Entertainers."
Assistant Managing Editor. ...Dave Berkowitz
tight squeeze. Some 500 more names are needed to put it Last week I referredto
on the ballot. Editorial Page Editor. . Jim Hammock WRUF's Bill Swisheras
People are manning the information booth across from the Sports Editor. . . .Glenn Laney North-Central Flor-
Hub all day to gain more signatures in time. Students are, of City Editor. . . . .Skip Haviser ida's number one jazz
Campus Living Editor. . Jackie Cornelius
course, urged to go by and sign the petition. DJ. and since then he
The short history of the amendment Is a complicated one. has taken a lot of kidding.He .
All BUT this amendment were placed on the ballot for a Editorial Assistants -- Tova wanted me to add that BUSH
Levine, Jim Castello, Ann Carter Don
two-thirds student ratification by the Legislative Council. he's NorthCentral
The amendment in question was voted down because council Federman, Nancy Brachey, Ernie Lltz (Cir- Florida's number one Jazz D.J. because he's
members said they felt it might cause the Honor Court to becomea culation Manager). North-Central Florida's ONLY Jazz D.J. Tune

political position and that one chancellor might be able to him in this Satrrday evening at 10:30.
control who the next one was. Reporters -- Ed Barber (Tigert Hall Beat The Playhouse 90 was swinging hard last
Both of these premises are wrong. Chief, Patti Pitz (Student Government Beat Thursday night. I cornered the trio and asked
The rules now say that the chancellor must have at least Chief, Frank Shepherd, Eunice Tall, Cynthia them a few questions about themselves.
20 hours In law school and a 2.0 average. The amendment Tunstall, Sue Haugsted, Agnes Fowles, Bob Walter Hill (his friends call him "Fat Papa')
would add the stipulation that a person would have to have at Deloach, Fran Snider, George Mlms, Ernie has been playing the drums since he was five
least one trimester's experience on the Honor Court before LIU Sheldon Clment, Gerald Jones, Bill years old. He's 40 now. "Fat Papa" is an

running for chancellor. Sadowski Donal Decker, Joan Gaston, Dan admirer of the great Chick Webb.He has Jammedwith
This seems to make sense to us. Mowbray, Judy Knight, Ami Saperstein, Edwin Cozy Cole. In addition to playing the drums,
and chief defense counsel Brownrigg, Evan Langbein, Joe Waldorf Steve
The Honor Court attorney general "Fat Papa" can imitate the playing of the trumpetand
must have at least one trimester's experience to hold their Keating, Yvett Cardozo, Greg Seltr, John the trombone. I've never beard anything

respective positions, according to the Student Body Constitution. Medleln, John McDonough, Holly Howard, David like It. With your eyes shut you can't tell It
But the chancellor, who is above these positions, need have no Kennedy, Chris Hundley, Thelma Mossman, from the real thing.
such qualifications to be elected. Harold Aldrich, Marjorie Guen, Hall Cain, Pam Sax player Tim Robinson has been playing

This DOESN'T make sense. Brown, Jeffrey Denkewalter, Vincent Schaefer, Jazz for 10 years. He first became interestedin
The objections to the amendment are wrong because any Marty Berlansteln, William Boe, Richard Rye- jazz while he was in college. He has been
person who walks into the Honor Court office and says he wantsto kaert, Dick Dennis, Lee Alexander,Jim Claxton. influenced by Harold Lamb, Paul Gonsalvesand
work can gain the needed trimester's experience. The Joe McNltt, Jane Young, Glenn Stokes, David John Coltrane.

chancellor cannot refuse anyone who is willing to work. Ross, Beverly Faber, Bob Golub, Sharon Kelly, Bobby McKnight plays organ and Is the leaderof
Therefore, ik is utterly Impossible for him to "control"the Joe Kollin, Jim Carleto, Stan Kulp, Marjorie the trio. Bobby didn't always play organ.

field of candidates for chancellor, which is the reason Gr. .... He played clarinet and sax until three years
the Legislative Council had for voting the amendment down.

Numerous student leaders, Including Student Government President THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official ago.Bobby tells why he learned organ: "I was

Ken Kennedy, Vice President Dick Gober, officials of both student newspaper of the University of Floridaand up In Atlantic City, see, and Jimmy Smith was
Gator and V.O.T.E. Parties, and law student Paul Huck, who is published five times weekly except playing on the other corner of the street from
Richman defeated in last spring's chancellor election, have all during May, June and July when it Is published where we were playing. After hours everybody

issued statements urging students to sign the petition. semi-weekly. Only editorials represent the would get together and Jam: see, and these
The adds its to the list who are "for" the official of The
Alligator name opln'on Alligator. Columns guys, bet me I couldn't learn to play J"
amendment.. We urge every student to by the information represent only the opinions of their authors. organ in two weeks.

booth sometime today and add his name to the list. The Alligator is entered as second class matterat "They lost and had to pay me $160 a weekto
The amendment is worth It. the United States Post Office at Gainesville play said .
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Information SeriesTo SG Buses Drinking Frolics


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To Games


Change Image"I Discussed

Student Government (SG) has by IFCStricter

hope that by the end of this structure of the university with arranged for bus service to both

administration no one can say, Dean of Student Affairs LesterL. the Georgia and Florida State Uni-

"Student Government (SG) doesn't Hale. The result was the versity (FSU) football games this enforcement drinking Ending up the show, on a

mean anything to me,said Student placing of a student representativeon year, Cal Rlchelle, secretary of regulations and improved Frolics romantic note, will be the popular

Body Pres. Ken Kennedy Thursday university committees and the athletics, has announced. were major topics of discussionat Lettermen.The .
night. With these words he set the assuring that students would remain Transportation to the Nov. 7 the Interfraternity Council Presidents' Retreat is madeup

tone for a series of Informational on committees for a complete Georgia game will be provided by Presidents' Retreat last weekendin of fraternity presidents, administration -

discussions to be held In all the fiscal term, not Just during the special buses for $3.55 per person Daytona Beach. representatives, IFC

dormitories.The time their administration holds round trip. The game will be playedat State liquor regulations, it was officers, and the IFC committee
discussions are part of the office. the Gator Bowl in Jacksonville. stated, would be strictly enforcedon chairman.

SG Informational Series that Vice President Dick Gober Students who desire transportationto and off campus by tho Alcohol Official business at this retreat

started Thursday night in the stressed the Importance of this game should go to the Beverage Commission, as well as was the election of Grover

recreational room at Jennings students' Joining a political party Greyhound station and make the regular university Robinson as Executive Vice Presi

Hall.Kennedy and working hard for it. reservations Rlchelle said. The enforcement. Administration dent. Robinson formerly servedas
and various membersof "If we have either the supportor buses will leave the UF around representative Frank Adams chairman of the Publicity

his cabinet outlined SG activities the shotgunning of students, noon. After the game,students will presented to the council revised Committee for IFC.

and the need for student interest we're kept on our toes," said have a half-hour to get back to university policy on drinking. The IFC received special
and participation. Kennedy, In Gober. their buses. commendation for the good work
between facetious "digs" at the Adams termed the regulations being done by Its blood bank. The

"Alligator", stressed the need on Kennedy was asked how muchof For the FSU game Nov. 21 buses as the most reasonable and blood bank, this summer donated
campus for better communicationat his platform has been com- are chartered to leave the Florida reallstld since he has been at the 17 pints of blood to an orphan

all levels. He said improve- pleted. "About 60 per cent, he Union at 10:30 a.m. Tickets for the university.The home. The blood was used by
ment Is necessary starting rightat said. bus trip will be sold for six dollars Improved Frolics program orphans needing major operations.An .
the faculty-to-student level. starting today at the informationboth will begin Nov. 13 with a triple Inter-Greek Dollars for

Kennedy said the faculty Is Attendance was poor at the first across from the Hub. The headliner show. Scholars program was discussedto

Interested In SG but knows next discussion. Kennedy said steps will buses will go directly to Doak Leading off will be folk singers work with the university Dollars
to nothing about It." be taken to bring more studentsto Campbell Stadium and will also Bud and Travis, followed by Negro for Scholars drive.Fraternity men

He spoke of Improved communication the talks and In the future the give students 30 minutes to reload comedian Godfrey Cambridge who would aid In building the fund,
between students and the sessions will probably be held after the game. Sales for this frequents Johnny Carson's Tonight which provides grants for worthy

Athletic Department and told new after dormitory curfews. game will terminate Nov. 16. show. students.

students of the more serious

seating problems at football games /I
that used to exist. DirectoriesDue

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JewishFestivalBegins


The 1964 Student Directory will
TodayThe be distributed before the end of

Oct., according to ThomasN.

Wells, director of purchasing."All V
last two days of the Jewish
copy has gone to the printer, D.a
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festival of Sukkot and the
the student listings going on .
concluding holidays of thisseason's
Wednesday, Sept. 23. This year's d
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round of holy days begin
cover Is a full color campus
today. Hlllel services begin at 9:30
scene," Wells said.
a.m.The The directory contains names, e
first day is known Shemlnl
addresses, and phone numbers of '
Atzeret or the Eighth Day of !i \
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all students and faculty members.In ,
Assembly and the second, Simchat
addition, the phone numbers for
Torah or the Rejoicing over the 'I
each floor of all dorms, fraternityand
Torah. On the first day prayers ...
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sorority houses, and Flavet
for dew and rain are recited in
Villages are listed. II
the synagogue.. The directory is produced by ,
Slmchat Torah marks the com- N
pletion and rebeglnnlng of the Plains Publications, Lubbock, "f'(.#! ,j
Texas.Wells said that this company .
annual cycle of the reading of the .
"specializes in compiling and
Torah, the Five Books of Moses. "
This morning the portion will be printing directories.
The company sends
read which begins, "In the
representatives into the area to 4LI1i( -
beginning, God created heaven and -
earth. ." get local advertising and subcontract .
the printing to a local
Both festivals are commem- a .
They make their money
orated in the spirit of praise and company.
from the advertising and charge
thanksgiving. V
the school nothing.As .
Services this evening begin at
a result, there Is no charge -
7:30 in Congregation B'nallsrael.Independent : :
to the student for the directory. .
There was a plan earlier this yearto -
charge the student. Presidentof .

the Student Body Ken Kennedy
BlocA considered putting this money T% .: "; .. i;

toward the Dollars for Scholars "'.

campaign. ... .. ........,.

meeting of those Interested in However, Vice President Dick .. _
the Independent football seating Gober said, "We feel that the

bloc Is scheduled Wednesday night program Is coming along well
Union enough without charging for the
at 7 o'clock in Florida
Auditorium.For directories." r, r
further Information, call The directories will be ?
distributed in the same manneras .
Fred Hedstrom: FR 2-6933. j
in the last three years. Forty-

distributed five hundred off copies campus will to the be Lots of labs, lectures, leisure theso slacks stiU stay pressed I

Faculty Club police, post office, other local Tailored 'in SOVi Dacron poljrtil-5O'/. Orion.acrylic.

business establishments, and the
faculty. THEY'RE NEW "DACROrr."OrUOir l New Ultrlmatlc slacks

UF Faculty Club is now open Seventy-five hundred copies go by Haggarf Even in the rain, they never lose that knife-edge

dally for luncheons from 11:30 a.m. to Student Government (SG) headquarters crease always stay In great shape! They won't bag at the II \\.1( .11'\
to 4:30 p.m. at the old Golf and from which they are knees wrinkle behind the knees, at the waist or other J I

Country Club building. delivered to dorms, fraternity and points of stress. Wash or dry clean them. they're beautiful .

A family buffet dinner is served sorority bouses, Flavet Villages, either way And wear? We wonder if it's possible to wear

each Thursday from 6 p.m. to 8 and to the Information Booth for them out. And Haggar Slacks just fit better. noulally.10.9S Ultrmmatlc

p.m. On Oct. 3, a "Fall Frolic" commuting students. as r_.f., 'M.

is scheduled from 8:30 p.m. to Four years ago there were two Belk Lindsey Dept. Store Gainesville
12:30 a.m.A full evening of dancing, directories, one for students,produced ,

cards, entertainment and food will and financed student work, H.M. Chitty & Co. GainesvilleI
be available to all faculty and one for the faculty and staff, I .
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GATOR CLASSIFIEDS





I For Sale I r WantedNEEDED I I ServicesARE 1 I L Services 1 I L Autos ]


1957 ALLSTATE Motorscooter,
good condition. $75. Call481-2637. One female roommate. YOU LOOKING FORA UNLIMITED FLYING privilegeswith 1964 RENAULT DAUPHINE 4 speed
KIND OF shares of Triangle Flying transmission, heater, windshield
5 !:.3t-C) 2 bedroom apartment, 2 blocks DIFFERENT
from campus. $40 per month plus ENTERTAINMENT? The Gaines- Club. Fly for $1.50 per hour and washers, 7,000 miles. Call Wade
1962 ALLSTATE Compac Motor utilities. Upper-division or grad- ville Miniature Raceway offers Just get license for under $200. 376- Cook, 8-1151, Pinehurst Park, after
Scooter. Looks and runs good.'$150. uate student preferred. Call Ellen that! All the fun of real racing 7947. (M-12-5t-c). 4 p.m. anytime Sat. and Sun. (G-
Jim Hill, 704 SE 4th Ave. Phone 372-0354 after 6 p.m.(C-16-3t-c). but at a price you can afford.We're 16-5t-c).
3782055. (A-16-lt-c). open 3:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. dally GUITAR BANJO Instruction;
WANTED: 1 male roommate.Four and it never costs a thing to come Classical, Flamenco, Folk and
1962 SUN-LITE Mobile home, 2 bedroom, two bath house with and watch. Big races every Beginner.Gretch, Espana, Fender
bedroom. 10x51. Fully equipped, nicely furnished kitchen and living Wednesday and Saturday nights. and Epiphone Guitars.Gainesville 1960 DKW good mechanical con-
like new condition. Very small room. 707 NW 8th Place.Call 372- We're located at 807 West Music Center 1023 1025 West dition. Call 376-3211, Ext. 5595
equity and take up payments. Call 0958. (C-15-3t-c). University Avenue. (M-16-5t-c). University Ave. Phone 372-5421. ask for Jane Cotton. Or 372-6998
Wllllston 528-3731. (A-16-5t-c). (M-8-5t-c evenings and week ends.
NEED one female roommate to GUITAR LESSONS In Flamenco, (G-12-5t-c).
WESTINGHOUSE Washing machine share apartment with alr- Folk, Blues and Country Styles I I
4 years old, good condition. Call conditioning, swimming pool, with experienced instructors.Also Help Wanted 1952 MG REBUILT, beautiful new
732-4573 after 5. (A-16-3t-c). transportation can be arranged. Kazoo, Washboard and Jug. Tele- Interior, new paint Job. Will
$45 per month. Call Iris Bowen phone 372-4653. (M-16-5t-c). STUDENT or STUDENT WIFE to finance. Call FR2-1694.G-(
TRIM 15' fast boat, 25 horse 378-1080. (C-14-3t-p). assist in typing copy for Florida 9-lot-c).
Johnson, and backbreaking trailer, HORSE SAFETY SHORT COURSEA Alligator. Proficient ability ---
$285. Seaworthy 14' fishing boat WANTED 1950 thru 1954 Fords course of four lessons in basic mandatory. Some night work. Call MUST SELL NOW 1959 Chrysler
with Wizard Motor $185. Car-top, and Chevrolets. Al Herndon's horsemanship for those beginners, Mr. Epperheimer, Ext. 2832. New Yorker Convertible. Factoryair
luggage racks $3. Exerciser $2. Service Station. 916 S. E. 4th or experienced riders, who have (E-16-tf-c). and heat. Full power. Call
Assorted lengths traverse rods. Street. (C-5-20t-c). only learned "kicks and haul 372-9326 ask for John, Rm. 152.
Call 372-7658. (A-16-3t-c). on the reins" -- "giddap" and PART-TIME secretary for Mon., (G-15-tf-c).
_. "whoa." Wed., Fri. Short hand and typing
MAN'S WHITE dinner Jackal, 39 Individual Instruction 0 n 1 y. necessary. Call Hillel Foundation.FR 1961 VOLKSWAGEN new engine.
regular, like new, also black dress I Lost & FoundLOST I Initial four lessons twenty dollars. 2-2900 for appointment.(E-16- Good condition. $895. Call 376-
trousers. Doth for$25.Call 6-1935. Later lessons cheaper. 2t-c). 3261, Ext. 2108 or FR 2-1369 after
(A-15-3t-c). Enjoy four wheel brakes when 5 p.m. (G-15-3t-c).
you ride horseback. Colonel MEN ONLY part time with
3 BEDROOM 1 1/2 bath house. : Around Sept. 10 a pair of Terrill E.(Terry)Price,(retired), National Guard Special Forces 1959 ANGLIA. Good condition.
$450 down, payments $90 a month. ladles plain black frame glasses. Tepee Ranch,Wllllston Road,north unit. Must be willing to train in Must sell best offer.Contact Jaime
Also furnlshlngs.1430N&12th Ter. Reward. Call 376-3261, Ext. 2651 of Speedway. parachuting, scuba, mountain Ruiz, 2114 Hume Hall, Telephone
Phone 376-6819. (A-15-5t-c). after 5:00 FR 2-5675. (L-16-2t-c). Satisfied students last spring climbing, and other hazardous 376-9158. (G-14-5t-p).
-.-- Included faculty members,stu- duties. Good pay, Interesting work,
250 cc SUPER SABER Zundapp, LOST: Female, shiny black, dents, wives and children. contact Lt. Howell 376-1704. (E-
Contact Frank at PI Lambda Phi friendly half-grown dog; about 20 Special Instruction for horse and 14-3t-c). 1957 DODGE Coronet two-tone
House at 6:30. (A-13-5t-c). Ibs. Answers to name Melba Rose. rider if horse.Tele-
you own your blue. Come by and make an offer.
Reward. Bereaved owners can be phone 372-5844. (M-15-3t-c). Ron Spencer, 1614 NW 3rd Place.
1962 BMW Motorcycle, 250 cc. reached at 372-9981. (L-16-3t-c). J Autos J Phone 372-2707. (G-14-tf-nc).
$450. Call Dave Frisby; Rm. 217 LOVE, CARE, individual attention
at 376-9136. (A-12-5t-c). await 3 children for child day care 1959 TR-3, radio, heater, WW,
I I in my home. 5 years professional 1960 AUSTIN HEALY, Deluxe 43,000 miles.Good condition.$850.
1964 VESPA SCOOTER Impeccable For Rent experience. $10 a week. Call Mrs. model, Includes radio, WW, and Phone 6-8749. (G-14-3t-c).
condition, used for only one tri- King 376-0972. (M-15-5t-c). overdrive. Good condition. Call
mester. Buddy seat, speedometer, Chuck Kurvin FR 2-9421 after 6:30
etc. Must sell. Call between 5-7 VERY NICE 2 bedroom air-con- p.m. M-F. (G-16-3t-p).
p.m. 378-1172. (A-14-3t-c). ditioned duplex, built-in kitchen. GAS WELL
See it any day after 1 p.m. at MILLER & SONS Auto Painting
DOUBLE roll sway bed& mattress. 312 NW 19th Ave. $90 month.(B- Shop, all cars $29.95; body work. s 1At c, TONITE & TUES
732 NW 1st Street Across from
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air-conditioned, washing machine.Lot In walking distance of campus. KISER'S THE SCREEN W
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UF, Gainesville Build At Record Pace




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AGNES FOWLES r
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Staff WriterA
and Corry villages, the new sec-
tion will be comprised of two
look around campus may proveto /
story brick apartments with alum
be puzzling to both old and new
inum awnings.To .
UF students this fall.
provide more efficient arrangement frI
Extensive building and Improve-
of faculty offices and
ment on campus as a result of the
classroom space Norman Hall Is N N Na
bond issue referendum passed last
being renovated and air-condi-
November is underway accordingto
tioned. I
Remodeling Is being donein
UF Zone Architect Neil Webb.A .
conjunction with airconditioning ....-. .:.; ,
three story brick University according to Webb. This pro- &.. _
College classroom building Is ject is scheduled for completionby .
being constructed behind this November.By -
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two big teaching auditoriums, new Florida Union. Work on
16 classrooms and an entire floor the $5,249,711 structure next to
of office space. It is hoped thata McCarty Hall is underway.
fourth floor will be added even- Included is a theater for Florida

tually, Webb said. The initial three Players with a gallery above for ,
stories should be completed by fall art exhibits and shows.A Ram xf: .h
'65

Slated for opening InJanuary'65are colonade 200 feet long and 50
ARCHITECTURE AND FINE ARTS BUILDING NEXT TO TIGERT HALL
new College of Architectureand feet wide will connect the theaterto .
Fine Arts headquarters at S.W. the main building of the Union.
Thirteenth Street and Stadium Space is provided in the main
Road. Comprised of three build- building for student publications, Other space includes 36 guest Another project taking shape at gift shop, barber shop, beauty
ings it includes a smaller building Student Government, Florida Blue rooms with a total capacity of 480, UF is to connect the east end of salon, and convention hall. At

for administrative offices, and a Key, Traffic Court, Honor Court, and a general assembly room seat- the Engineering and Industries Ramada will be a Wolfle's sandwich -
library with rooms for showing and Florida Union Board. Ing 1,600 or 1,000 for banquets, building with Reed laboratory.The shop, restaurant cocktail
slides. The four story main build- which may be divided into nine four story link will furnish addi- lounge, pantry and bake shop.

Ing has drafting rooms, two smaller rooms. The Union game tional space for the engineering de-
teaching aduitorlums, and a large UF Food Service and the room will house a 16-lane bowling partment. Bids on construction The building boom extends off
gallery for displaying work. Campus Shop and Bookstore will alley, 19 billiard tables and 7 went out August 27. Work snomu campus. Carolyn Plaza at 1620W.
have branches in the new Union. ping pong tables. A 350 seat audi- start any time now, Webb added. University Avenue Includes
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Workmen are clearing grounds There will also be a ten-chair torium is also Included. Other Other Improvements include Quick -Sav discount store, a
behind Jennings Hall for graduate barber shop, four public lounges, offices will be Union Administration air-conditioning the Infirmary--to barber shop and shoe repair shop.

married. student housing. Numbering an arts and crafts shop, a browsing University Placement be completed by October. The Mister Sandwich, a division of
208 units104 one bedroomand library, and five music listen- Service, the Alumni Association, south stands of Florida Field were Alan's Cubana, Is located on the
104 two bedroom- -the village ing rooms. and the department of religion. enlarged this summer and two athletic Plaza. To be added are a book-

fields were put in behind! Hume store, record shop, and beauty
Hall for Intramural competition.A salon.

.. graduate research library is
.' to be built at the north end of the Lord Byron's new location is
,' Plaza of the Americas. The libraryis N.W. 18th St. and W. UniversityAve.
.i in a planning stage called"work- Along with sundries and cosmetics -

". ing, drawing, and specifications", is his new Dutch Treat
Webb stated. It will be ready forbidding restaurant.Out .

in November. S.W. Archer Road the UjS.

Ramada Inn Roadside Hotels is Federal Government is building a
building at the corner of W. Uni- $10 million Veterans Administration -
versity Avenue and N.W. Hospital. At 1901 N.E.12th
Thirteenth Street. It is to be com- St. is a Board of Public Instructions -

prised of 167 rooms, a swimmingpool of AUchua County library for

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EDITOR'S NOTE: The authorof United States and has not come to from the front of the throat. It description of the gunman. On the carried out in a court trial had
the following dispatch was in the the attention of this commission." then passed through'Connally's basis of this description, Oswald lived.
presidential motorcade when JohnF. Oswald himself was killed in chest into his right wrist and on patrolman Tippit tried to appre- The assassin had spent two anda
Kennedy was assassinated. He the Dallas city Jail Nov. 24 by Into his left
thigh. hend Oswald In a suburb and was half years In Russia where he
later received the Pulitzer Prize Jack Ruby, a squat fasttalkingnight There was strong evidence that killed by a .38 caliber revolver. tried to renounce his U.s.
for national reporting of his story. club operator who since has Kennedy could have survived the Oswald was arrested a short time citizenship, married a Russian
been sentenced to death pending first shot. The second shot made later when he took refuge. In a girl, Marina, and then reclaimed
By MERRIMAN SMITH appeal. death Inevitable. It tore away a neighborhood movie. lie tried to American citizenship.As .
The commission found no director five-inch section of the President's kill one of the arresting officers, a result, the shooting caused
WASHINGTON (UPI) Lee indirect relationship between skull and brain. but his revolver misfired. persistent rumors that Oswald wasa
Harvey Oswald, a mental misfit Oswald and Ruby and nothing to The third shot apparently missed gunman for Russia or at least
confused by Marxism and wrackedby support rumors that they knew the car which was moving at a speedof The report said: "Oswald was communism.The .
hatred of authority was judged each other. It likewise found no 11.2 miles per hour. questioned intermittently for commission negated such
yesterday to have assassinatedJohn link between them and Dallas Johnson, then vice president, approximately 12 hours between rumors. It cited testimony from
F. Kennedy "acting ;alone and patrolman J. D.Tippit,slain tryingto was in the same procession, ridingin 2:30 p.m. on Nov. 22 and U a.m. Secretary of State Dean Rusk who
without advice or assistance." apprehend Oswald.In the second car behind Kennedy.A on Nov. 24. Throughout this said In part:
The finding was Issued by the its trenchant criticism of the Secret Service follow-up car Interrogation, he denied that he had
Warren Commission set up by security given Kennedy, the Intervened. anything to do either with the "I have not seen or heard of
President Lyndon Johnson ten commission said there was insufficient ..-....-....- assassination of President any scrap of evidence Indicating
months ago to Investigate the liaison and coordination Kennedy or the murder of patrol- that the Soviet Union had any desireto
murder of the young leader in between the FBI and the Secret man Tippit." eliminate President Kennedynor
Dallas last Nov. 22 with a $21.45 Service. It said there was in any way participated In any
mail-order rifle. inadequate advance planning for The commission took cognizanceof such event. .
The commission rapped Secret the late President's safety and many rumors surrounding the "Now, standing back and trying
Service, FBI and State Department that Dallas police failed to protect Kennedy assassination and the to look at that question objectively
procedures which allowed Oswaldto Oswald properly as their prisoner. K3 wounding of Connally. After extensive despite the Ideological differences

be at the right place at the Against this background, the study, however, the between our two great systems,
commission found Oswald guilty I can't see how It could be to
right time to kill Kennedy. And Commission called for an immed- I
doubt the interest of the Soviet Unionto
while it did not say flatly that the iate and substantial Increase in '.: \ beyond :
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assassination might have been protection of the President and a "On the basis of the evidence any
The panel also exploded
averted, it called for tighter safeguards complete overhaul of Secret the commission has found rumorsof
between
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against a repetition of the Service facilities for advance that Lee Harvey Oswald (1) owned
Oswald and communism the
tragedy. detection of potential threats and possessed the rifle used to ,
Castro government In Cuba Jack
After a painstaking study of against the Chief Executive.It \ kill President Kennedy and wound ,
Ruby and certain mysterious
testimony from 552 witnesses and urged appointment of a cabinet Governor Connally,(2)brought this strangers.
countless exhibits, the bipartisan committee to oversee all presi- rifle into the Texas book depository
panel headed by Chief Justice Earl dential protection and legislation to j building on the morning of the "The commission discovered
Warren found that the 24-year-old make assassination of a Presidentand assassination, (3) was present, at evidence that the Soviet Union or
Oswald planned and executed the vice president a federal the time of the assassination, at Cuba were Involved In the

Kennedy assassination entirely on crime. -- ---.. the window from which the shots assassination. nor did the
his own. Kennedy, riding through the were fired, ((4) killed Dallas police commission's Investigation Jack
streets of Dallas, was shot at KENNEDYCivilian officer J. D. Tippit in an apparent Ruby produce any grounds for
No ConspiracyIt 12:30 p.m. CST Friday, Nov. effort to escape,(5)) resisted arrestby believing that Ruby's killing of
22. In the open White House and military rifle drawing a fully loaded pistol Oswald was part of a conspiracy."
found no evidence of any car with him were his wife experts testified that with a four- and attempting to shoot another This conclusion also was
conspiracy foreign or domesticto Jacqueline and Gov. and Mrs. po f-er telescope mounted on the police officer, ((6)) lied to police reached independently by Defense
kill Kennedy. The commissionalso John Connally of Texas. Connallywas rifle and considering Oswald's alter his arrest concerning Important Secretary Robert S. McNamara,
concluded that the atmosphereIn seriously wounded, but has marksmanship In the Marine Corps substantive matters, .(7)) Treasury Secretary Douglas
Dallas, later described by someas since recovered. The women were from which he received a dis- attempted in April, 1963, to kill Dillon, Atty. Gen. Robert F.
a city of hate, did not contributeto unharmed. honorable discharge, the first two Maj. Gen. Edwin A. Walker, and Kennedy, FBI Director J. Edgar
the 46-year-old President's Oswald, firing from the sixth shots were "easy." (8) possessed the capability witha Hoover, Secret Service Chief
murder. floor of the Texas School Book There was only one known eye- rifle that would have enabled James J. Rowley and John A.
But In a statement sure to stir Depository Building, got off three witness who saw Oswald In the him to commit the assassination. McCone, director of the Central
discussion and controversy for shots in less than seven seconds window as he fired, and even his On the basis of these findings the Intelligence Agency.
years to come, the commissionadded with a 6.5-millimeter Italian rifle testimony had qualifications. This commission has concluded that Lee
: equipped with a cheap but effective was Howard L.Brennan, 45,Dallas Harvey Oswald was the assassinof In a lengthy set of conclusions,
"Because of the difficulty of four-power telescopic sight. steamfitter, who watched the President Kennedy." the report focused criticism moreon
proving negatives to a certaintythe motorcade from a wall facing the sins of omission than of com-
possibility of others being Second Shot FatalThe book depository. To Eliminate DoubtThis mission. The report also was
involved. .cannot be established highly critical of newspaper, radio
categorically, but If there Is any Commission accepted Gives Description legalistic approach was and television representatives for
such evidence It has been beyondthe preponderant evidence that the designed to eliminate all possible overcrowding the Dallas jail after
reach of all the Investigative first shot entered the upper partof lie spotted Oswald and minutes doubt about the assassin's Identity, the arrest of Oswald and thereby
agencies and resources of the the President's back, exiting later gave police a rough physical a process that would have been making police work more difficult.

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chill of remembrance.When .
WASHINGTONUPI-Readlng the Warren commission report on the Kennedy car stopped at the emergency entrance of
President Kennedy's assassination was like ripping the bandage froma Parkland Hospital that sunny afternoon, I ran to the aide of the.
still fresh wound. vehicle. The President was face down on the back seat, Inert and
Or staring into an awful nightmare being played back in painful by all practical measurements, dead at that moment.
slow motion on a mottled gray screen.It Mrs. Kennedy cradled her arms around his head and I reported at
was almost a hypnotic experience for one who was riding along the time she seemed to be whispering to him. From the Warren
Elm Street in Dallas in the fourth car behind the President when Commission, I learned she was saying, "I Love You Jack." But
he was shot-the hypnosis of re-living through the report's pages- he didn't hear her. lie heard nothing since Oswald's second bullet
a dreadful but still historic happening.A blew away part of his head. The autopiy said the head wound measuredfive
group of my UPI colleagues and I have been closeted on the Inches at Its greatest diameter. '
seventh floor of the National Press Building now for most of three As we poured over the report In these recent hours, I recalled
days, studying the report line by line and writing a massive layoutof how the Impact; of the assassination the flight home to the White
news stories. House In the plane with the new President, somber and In control,
Skimming through the report for the first time when we receivedIt the dead President( In his tab ct nil then th. moving' funeralhowall
from the White House early last Friday morning, I found myself of these thing did nc.t cra>h do", n upon me until later.
reading hungrily After the funeral, I dragged home, pulled off my formal clothes
I was soaking up hundreds of tiny details that I knew for the and fell Into bed. There began night after night of the most horrible
first time; not particularly Important things but such aspects of dreams I have ever endured.
the case as the pin-point medical record and the way ordinarily Over a period of weeks-p*rbps !rmitt.' for I lost count-not a
stable persons gave widely divergent accounts of how many shots night pasted without my hearing in tr>i: ,M *!ia< ;; those three sharp
were fired, what Mrs. Kennedy did immediately after her husband rifle shots from the Texas State 1 h K lr/itory Iuildlng..the
was hit she Isn't quite sure and the thin-Upped city officials who did scream of strens..the skidding stop In the hospital drl.twa.brown ,
not want to release the President's body without an autopsy. bubbles coming from the chest wound of Gov. John Conually of Texas
Then In more careful re-reading, the raw drama began to emerge who also was shot but survlved...th* dart .t.In -pre:cling down the
Oswald the assassin, suit of the face-down. Kennedy.For .
more clearly-the warped mind of Lee Harvey ..
Jack Ruby the strip-joint loudmouth weeks I seldom slept for n. .re than ji. "ur t a time.
of
and the sleazy, crawling nature Of>
who exploded Into permanent prominence of an evil sort by killing This awful nightmarish period P'htotJ .:aully, but It comes
back again occasionally. And now the Warren report. Dear God,
Oswald in the Dallas city jail.
I never dream again. At least not this dream.
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Rice came,"Graves said."Screen 1"GO
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THE BULL Gator has a team on his this establishes him as a first "
hands which just won't quit fighting. rate passer." GATORS, cheerleaders yell from sidelines as
Graves was also Impressed with Gators and Mississippi State battle in thriller to last yell
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1,r, It just doesn't pay to be a first string quarterback against the
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i i Florida bragging about a quarterback who was going to give, the
Gator's defensive unit fits. ran the out of bounds passing plays poise Steve Spurrier showed out
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\ the blackboard for him. We week In a row, played an out-
He didn't make It through the first half. After the game SMU coach Sports Editor
\ Hayden Fry said he thought the game would have been much closerif practice those plays every day and standing game on defense. Graveswas
all the he and Casey executed them high In his prlase for the 210
he had his first string quarterback In there way.
Saturday night the Bulldogs of Mississippi State brought their perfectly." pound defensive specialist.
1 scrambling, rambling, senior quarterback Don Edwards to do battle Ray Graves thought this year's Graves said the key to Florida'swin Larry Dupree, while only
) with the Orange and Blue. All week long Ray Graves bemoaned the team was one which wouldn't quit was their ability to move the gaining 38 yards proved to be one
,fact his team was having trouble defensing mockups of the State option under pressure. at least they ball. It gave them possession of of the most valuable Gators on
:' play. seemed that type of team In the ball for a great length of the field. Time after time when

J f. So what happens? The first play Edwards runs is an option. That practice. time which kept the explosive State the short yardage for a first down
: .. was the last play Edwards ran for the rest of the night. He gained Saturday night they proved they offense from gaining control. was needed Dupree carried the
'. r 15 yards on that one play That was his total for the night. .15 yards. were that type of team under Graves thought his offensive line ball and more likely than not picked
\ r LSU has a quarterback by the name of Pat Screen. Poor fellow. pressure as they came back from played a great game with much up the needed yardage.
i For those of you who weren't out at the airport Saturday night, the Jaws of defeat to pull out a better blocking than In the SMU "Larry is a marked man,"
4 b you missed something really great. Bruce Matza and some of his 16.13 upset over Mississippi State. game. Graves commented. "Other teamsare
1 band boys were out there to provide the musical noise. The rest of "I was real pleased with the Bill Richbourg, for the second afraid of him and therefore

the uproar was caused by good old natural lung power. Of course, concentrate on the running plays
veterans of the Alabama shindig said it couldn't compare with the that feature Dupree. As long as
riotous crowd which gathered to welcome the team home after their they concentrate on him it leaves
10.6 upset of the boys from Tuscaloosa. someone else open. Dupree Is a
And of course there were the riots. They weren't as organized wonderful team man and he doesn't
:e as the one after the Alabama game, but the same feeling was there. Stunned Davis worry about playing this role."
The football team has to play the games one at a time. Since we Graves was sure this win would
aren't the football team we can look ahead a little bit. It Is just a give his team added Impetus
thought, but: If Kentucky can beat Mississippi In Mississippi, just against LSU next week. Their
think what Florida can do to them here! U we take this one, the riots Praises Gators ability to come from behind gavea
afterwards will put St. Augustine to shame. lot of the boys added confidencein

: Of course they still have to get past LSU, but with us able to score, themselves.
one way or the other, anytime we get inside the 40, LSU may have a It was a proud, but dejected "He is as dangerous as any Conditioning played a big partin '
real rough time on their hands. Paul Davis who met reportersafter back in this league," Davis the game Saturday night. On
As It now stands the Gators are 2.0 and I am 11. Lets see if I his team had dropped a praised. "Most boys who run track one play toward the end of the
can Improve my record to 1-2 after next week's game in Tiger stadium. heart breaking 16-13 loss at the only have fine track speed.Rhoden game State had three players
hands of the Florida Gators."I has both fine track speed and carted off the field on one play.
was real proud of our boys football speed. He knows what "A couple of our boys came
Nu Faces Davis said."We played well enoughto moves to make and he makes themat up to me after the game and said
Sigma win almost any other night Flor- the right time." they could play another one,"
ida played great-game;we really Davis also had praise for Charlie Graves chuckled. "They have
didn't think they could come back Casey, the Gator's lonesome end. worked harder than any team I
Alpha Tau Omega like they did." "There at the end we were tryingto have coached conditioning them
Mississippi State was hampered cover Casey with just one man. selves and it Is paying off for
severly when their number one He bad such good moves throughwe them."
quarterback, Don Edwards was were unable to stop him from
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I Injured on the second play of the catching those short out of bounds
ERNIE LITZIntramural we're going to have everyone game. Edwards may be out for passes late In the game."
Editor carrying little stickers saying the rest of the year with a torn Davis' team didn't come out ftoQiOaalhgatoa
'Drown Sigma Nu'." cartllege In his right knee. of the Florida game In good
Jay Donnelly, Manager of the physical shape. The Bulldogs,
Sigma Nu (SN), faced with a defending titleholders Sigma Nu, However State came up with a plagued by Injuries during the
serious threat for the first time said his boys were ready too. new running hero in Marcus whole season, had four of their For Best Ad Results
!) in years, takes on the Alpha Tau "The consensus of our houseIs Rhoden, a 160-pound scat back with regulars relnjured in their tussle
) Omegas (ATO) tonight in Florida that the ATO's are just 'flash fine speed and good moves. with the Gators.ELLENSON .
Pool at 7 p.m. for the finals of In the pan.' The law of averages
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this year's water basketball says that any team that enters a
\ tourney. sport for 15 years Is bound to
,' ATO Intramural Manager Fabe finish second sooner or later. :
Clements said his boys are In "Our boys are definitely up for
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"seventh heaven. We haven't won a the game because they know that
|9 water basketball game in four these early first place points area
} years and now we're in the finals good start towards our goal of :
4 "It has really generated a lot retiring our fourth of the four
of spirit around the house. President's Trophies."
\ We'll be the first to admit we're The President's trophy Is f SPECIAL WORLD'S
\ not a great or outstanding team, awarded annually to the winnerof
i but we've got a lot of desire, the Orange League fraternity it, : SERIES SECTION
; support, and spirit. title. It was won last year by .ra
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order last Saturday as the South- five touchdowns for the Crimson r Features on:
east Conference (SEC) closed outa Tide In two games. fy f sqrIlh
week of activity. Powerful Auburn, with quarter- i DICK BUTKUS of ILLINOIS

,,' Heading the list was Kentucky's back Jimmy Sidle nursing a sore
stunning 27 21 upset over shoulder, just managed to squeakby ROLLIE STICHWEH of ARMY
Mississippi The Rebels, rated a fired-up Tennessee squad bya
number one In pre-season polls, score of 30. Sidle started the MIKE GARRETT of USC
opened up the scoring in the first game but had to leave early because gS
period on an 89-yard return of a of pain In his right shoulder.
\ pass Interception. However, Reserve tailback Don Lewis kickeda
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f' ""< tore the vaunted Rebel defense minutes left in the game account iLr I events on the college and pro
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Rick Norton was on the pitching Volunteer :attack. The closest action photos in
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end of two of those strikes and Tennessee could get to pay-dirt NOVEMBERSPORT
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: Alabama quarterback Joe Conference Rice was upset by the

Namath had his second big weekof Gator's next opponents the Bengals AND Graves plan strategy during the Fovorif..-mogoiin. el the .p....-.
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season as passed
Game in Jackson Saturday night. store and the spore .ti"d.dl
J. and ran for 175 yards and scored Commodores from Vanderbilt 7.0
: two touchdowns while leading his In the only other game concerning NOW ON SALE!
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