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Vol. 57 TlieFlorida, No. 17 University of FloridaGainesviHe

THE DEEP SOUTH'S FINEST COLLEGE DAILY"! .


Reitz- UnhappyWith fJ '4t:


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Allocation '("


UF Pres. J. Wayne Reitz said "Basically, an analysis of the
recently that he was "unhappy"with order of lority reveals that there

the order in which the UF was more of an attempt to allo- ;: -
was placed on the Board of Con- cate dollars to Institutions on a
trol's priority list for university geographical basis, rather than r if 1,;: : .

construction. by actual need," he said.
"I am unhappy over the ''I maintain," he continued, '4 i } 1i } i''

priority listing on the capital out- "that until the UF can at least ;, \i it -
lay for the coming biennial,"Reitz get out of its decrepit temporary
said. buildings, permanent replacementfor ,/ I, I'
i
space should have the priorityin '''' I'
,,, ;"'! ;. ,
;'
Growl Skits total educational needs." :

,
Pausing for a moment, Reitz

Down To 12 then added, "The situation as reflected }
in the priority listing sub- a

mitted by Dr. Broward Culpepper,
Twelve skits have been selectedby Executive ,
Director of the Boardof y u
the Gator Growl Committee to
Control leads to
the ultimate
compete in tryouts at 7 p.m. conclusion that the oldest, most
Wednesday, in the Plaza of the well-established Florida insti- in ,

Americas. tution with its complex of collegesand '
Howard McNulty, Gator Growl its graduate school Is being 'k :;
general director, said the skits to ,
Ignored in order to meet the needsof .
were selected at "" .
a preliminary
institutions
new as well as
hearing of the tapes last Thurs- "
some of the older ones. ----
day night. Three skits were not "We might liken the problem to FRESHMAN PAULA Maret practices her part for Flor-.

accepted by the committee, an expanding family, where in ida Players' first production of the school year, "Red
McNulty said. order to clothe and
Five sororities and seven children, the oldest feed Is additional left to- Roses For Me, written by Sean O'Casey, which

fraternities placed skits in the suffer," he said. opens Oct. 26. (Photo by Carolyn Johnston) "'

tryouts. They include Alpha DeltaPI Reitz explained that one of the ( )
sorority, Delta Phi Epsilon real problems in the priority list- --- 3)C

sorority, Kappa Alpha Theta ing is the necessity for "rather

sorority, Kappa Delta sorority, heavy expenditures for revampingand Barry Begins fin
Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity, expanding campus facilities,"
Delta Tau Delta fraternity Kappa including water, heat, electricityand
Alpha fraternity, Phi Delta Theta sewage.

fraternity, Beta Theta PI fraternity This is an absolute neccessty: 'Whistle' Tour -

and Zeta Tau Alpha sorority.The yet it doesn't add one square!
WASHINGTON (UP) Barry M. <<:
skit tryouts are open to foot of educational space, he said.
Goldwater met with his economicand
the student body. "It is my contention that the
McNulty said original plans were dollars used for utilities, at the defense advisors yesterday Democrats Are
least should not be includedIn before leaving on an old fashioned
for 14 skits to be selected for very ,
the attempt to distribute dollarson whistle-stop tour of three Impor-
tryouts, but due to a lack of time
tant midwestern states.A .
for preparations there were not as a geographical basis.
"Out of Reitz send-off rally outside Wash- FloridaBound (
many entrants as had been necessity, coo-
expected, and with three cut, tinued"we must place utilities ina ington's Union Station was plannedfor his

narrowed the number to 12. high priority, else we would the Republican presidential
not be able to be adequately ser- candidate. Ills special 17-car cam- See Page Two the
viced. paign train was scheduled to pull he
Leg Council out at 11 p. m. EDT, bound for Ohio.
"The buildings now under con-
During the day, Goldwater conferred privately The President's
struction, and to be constructedthis
Meets TonightRELATED at downtown hotels with two groups appointed to off one of the
biennial, to say nothing of
advise him on election Issues and policies. One career. At the :
buildings which would be forthcoming
( STORY, PAGE 3)) out of the next biennial was a committee on fiscal, monetary and econo- Providence, R. I.,
mic policy headed by former Treasury Secretary the President in his
The last meeting of the old appropriation will be difficult to
George M. Humphrey. The other was a task force ly from an
obtain if the dollars for educationare
Legislative Council will be held
on "peace through preparedness" led by former Two teen-age
tonight at 7:30 p.m., in the Florida used for utilities first. Defense Secretary Nell McElroy. the roof of the
Union "I am inclined to believe that
Auditorium and the second
Goldwater has proposed a 23 per cent reductionin route of the
the Board of Control has a great
reading of the constitutional
federal income and corporate taxes over a five- released after
amendments concerning the Honor '..eal of sympathy in respect to
year period. He also has advocated a cutback in view. The incident
Court will be heard. the position in which we find our-
government spending and programs. Issuance of the
The alternate penal procedure, selves, and I hope that the matter
On defense, Goldwater has been critical; of what commending their
available defendants will receive additional consideration. -
rights to and
he calls U. S. over-reliance on missiles. idents.
jury qualifications proposals will !1.."A'_"_ n.-'__n .__..
be read.

Replacements will be made for
members of the council not able I ISEE
She Couldn't
terms to serve in office the remainder, and all members of their Register- To

of the council are urged to attend
But I do know I am disillusioned.'
this EDITORIAL PAGE 4))
meeting. ( I have spent the past four years
Also on the agenda Is the second (ED. NOTE: This UF coed has written her opinions and my education costing approximately $ ,
reading of the budget for the Board experiences when she tried to register to vote In Alachua a responsible citizen. And I have ))
of International Activities. The County last week. The Alligator prints her remarks here anticipation to the thrill of .
budget represents the Persian for consideration by its readers.) political current.:

Club, the Arab Club, the Indian I turned 21 !In January. True, I '
Club, the Chinese Club and the I was refused permission to register to vote in the Alachua my horn town--Knoxvllle, Tenn.-<,
Latin American Club. County Courthouse last week. was there In Jura*. But, I haven't
Special requests will be made I am 21 years: old. I have lived in Alachua County four I have: learned my main lessons In
for financial support by the UF years. Florida government-.even Gainesville
Rifle Team for $614.84,the Student But-- government as a journalism student

Contractor's and Builder's I am a student at IT and Mrs. Alma Btthea, supervisorof sessions of local governmental activity.
Association for 139.30, and the voter registration, told me that does not make mea But, of course, what concerns me
Gator Guard for $1,199.70.The "permanent resident" of Alachua County as is requiredby voting in the general elections: in ::

council will pass on the the law. Her attorney, Richard Wilson, tried to explain Yes, I could go to my hometown,
approval of the constitution for the the law.I absentee ballot.

Interball Council for Men, an don't know whether their rpretatloo-of the law Is corrector But--

organization to replace the Men's not. And I understand I am one of several university students (Continued On Page )
Presidents Council and to serve as who have been recently turned down.

a coordinating organization for the _t ,,j... ... ... /1 ....
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Page 2, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday Sept. 29, 1964 SOLDIER 7 ::5 Candidates


Holland Declares THE !: ::! Visit Florida




Support for Johnson TAMPAUPO-Tentatlve dates
were announced here yesterday

campaign to Florida b
MIAMIUPI-Sen. Spessard L. Holland, considered by most President Lyndon JohnsonanJ
Holland said Monday he will actively political observers as a Southern i Democratic vice presidential
support President Johnson's conservative Democrat, has not YA nominee Hubert Humphrey.
election campaign while conductinghis spoken In favor of a presidential x Hlllsborough County Democratic
own campaign for reelectionto candidate since he said he made Executive Committee Chairman

his fourth term as senator. two speeches for former President nA9e'e Raymond Sheldon said that Hum-
Harry Truman In 1948. The senior phrey has planned two tentative

{r Speakers I Florida senator, however, has announced trips Into Florida. One would be

each time the candidatefor 4 a two-day visit Oct. 18-19, and
whom he would vote. ii the second a one-day affair,either
(Continued From Page 1)) After a meeting with Holland Oct. 25 or Oct. 26.
this morning, Thomas F. FlemingJr. Under the plan,Humphrey would
Thurmond first tossed his hat ., Florida manager of the John- IGINA visit Miami, Jacksonville
into big politics in 1933 when he son campaign, hailed the senator's Orlando, Tampa and St. Peters-,
was elected state senator, and open endorsement of Johnson as burg.!
served until 1938 when he became "the most Important recent poli- The tentative plan for Johnson's

circuit' judge.He tical development in this state." visit would bring him Into the
volunteered for service in "Senator Holland's public state-
i state the last week in October
World War II the day the United ,
ment that he supports the Demo- and just a week before the elec-
States declared war on Germanyand cratic presidential nominee, is
served with HeadquartersFirst for his election and is tion.He
speaking would ,visit the same cities
Army 1942-1946, Europeanand voting for him, can only be Inter- as scheduled for Humphrey, but
Pacific Theaters. Thurmond
in preted as a re ectlonby the mod- 1 f11;' __ I. weld Include a trip into the Flor-
the
participated Invasion
Normandy -
erate conservatives of the extreme
ida Panhandle.
with JOHNSON private first class admires pos-
the 82nd Airborne said. ,
rightists Fleming
,
Sheldon said the National
Division.He Holland said that every time he ter proclaiming the qualities of a good soldier. She has cratic Committee is working Demo to

was awarded five battle stars makes a political speech in behalf been awarded the Walter Reed Army Institute of Nurs- iron out the final plans and agree
and 16 decorations, medals and of his own campaign for reelec- ments.
awards including the Legion of tion he also will urge the elec- ing Scholarship.

Merit, Bronze Star Medal with tion of President Johnson and the .
"V", Purple Heart, President's Democratic ticket from top to bot RefusesTo OUR0 O O (0SANDWicHES'
Distinguished Unit Citation, Bel- tom. Court

gian Order of the Crown and the Interfere CARE vwCatmanella's
French Croix de Guerre.
ToAd OR With L..Jfo
BallotTALLAHASSEEUPIThe
Upon leaving the armed ser- Fir
vices, Thurmond immediately returned state ri
to the volatile South
equally JFK Report Supreme Court refused by a 6-1
Carolina politics, running for and AK1t49
decision yesterday to order the .
being elected governor of the stateIn ;
43-senator, 123 representative reapportionment -
1947. serving until 1951. WASHINGTON (UPI) Congressional plan removed from

leaders of both parties pro- the November ballot. !
A long-time Democrathe has @
mised to act Leon Circuit Court
attended the national Democratic yesterday quickly on Affirming '
Warren Commission recommend- the high tribunal said big-city
convention as delegate in 1932,
ations to "lessen the of the did not
designed opponents proposal
1936, 1948, 1952, 1956 and 1960)),
danger" of another presidential demonstrate that the formula is
Thurmond bolted the national partyin
assassination. "so clearly and conclusively de-
1948 over the problem of civil
Official White fective" to the court
House
sources as Justify
rights and, along with Fielding
said President Johnson with the of the
plans to interfering right
Wright of Mississippi, headed a
meet soon with a tour-mancomm- voters to act on a change in
Dixiecrat Party in 1948, formedof
ittee he named Sunday to review their basic law.
disgruntled southern conserva-
tive Democrats.As the recommendations. Guidelineswere The lone dissent was filed by
laid down in the massiveand retired Justice J. L. Sebring, St.

the States' Rights Democratic historic report of the events Petersburg, dean of the Stetson

candidate for president,he carried surrounding John F. Kennedy's Law College who was called back
4 states and received 39 electoral death. to the bench in place of Justice
votes while polling more than a The four committee membersare Richard Ervin who disqualified

million votes. In 1950 he servedas Treasury Secretary Douglas himself. [ .
chairman of the Southern Gov- Dillon, whose department oversees Sebring said he felt the proposal,
ernor's Conference. the Secret Service; acting Atty. the substance of which has been &/Vr/'IW @
Gen. Nicholas Katzenbach;Central ruled invalid by the U. S. Supreme t

Thurmond made his first try Intelligence Agency Director JohnA. Court as discriminatory against Gourmet Shop Delicatessen Dining Room
for the U. S. Senate In 1950 and McCone, and McGeorge Bundy, big-city voters, denies equal pro-
was unsuccessful. Breaking tradi- presidential assistant for national tection of the law under the federal Open 7 days a week 11 am to 9 pm. 706 W. Univ.

tion and augmenting his already- security affairs. constitution.

established tradition as a "mav-
erick," Thurmond in 1954 enteredthe

Senate race again as a writein -
candidate. \I

AUTO LOANS

Astoundingly enough, he won, $
but just as surprisingly he resignedhis _;

post in 1956 to place his officein flw for
a primary-thus fulfilling a cam-
paign promise. He was renom-
inated and ran unopposed for his
old seat the same year. In June yo
Staff And Members
1960, he was renominated for a Faculty
second full ferm by the wide mar-

gin of 273,795 to 32,136, and was:
reelected without opposition on
Nov. 8, 1960 for the term ending

January 3, 1967.

Just last week the 61-year old

South Carolina legislator who has \ _

led a zigzagging political carver, _
made national headlines once
again. (1,


This time he zagged to the right,

switching parties in the midst ofa Dial-A-Loan '
presidential election year. In
an address to South Carolina voterson

Sept. 16, Thurmond declared 376-2250 .
himself a "Goldwater Re-

publican." .
lit recited a stinging Indictment
24 Hours A Day
of Democratic policies and: leader
ship and set out immediately to .
campaign for Goldwater In the GAINESVILLE FLORIDA CAMPUS FEDERAL CREDIT. UN'ON
South.



Tuesday. Scot. 29. 1964. The Florida Alligator. Page 3 Y



Toll May Sound Tonight Council;I. I IThe




Men's Presidents Councilis "The Inefficiency of the latter as matching funds by SG for the of Men's Affairs, the Director of concerning matters of collective
on Its death bed and may die was due to the various different and the I
9t purpose of dorm libraries. Other Housing, Dean of Men. Interests. However the area
9I tonight when Legislative Council spheres jof Interest represented," auto
ideas in the planning stage are Member Area Councils are required councils are nomous I
passes on the establishment of an Hume said. Gator Hops at mens dorms and to abide by the majorityvote concerning the Internal mattersof
Interhall Council for men. The old presidents council represented
SG .help with the larger dorm of the Men's Interhall Council the Individual areas.
The new Interhall Council for mens dorms and also
socials as the Hume Hawaiian and
1c Men will replace the old presidents organizations such as Inter-
the Graham Area Playboy Club.
council If Its constitution Is fraternity Council, Cooperative As specified In the proposed Orange Peel Plans

n approved at tonights meeting, and Living Organization, Georgia constitution, voting membership in
will become a coordinating body Seagle Hall and foreign students.
the council will consist of two
e between men's dormitories as wellas The new Interhall Council for
representatives from each of themen's
e a channel of communication Men will represent only mens Glorious/ Revolution'"The
area councils.The presidentof
a between the dorm area councilsand dormitory areas.:
the area council,or his appointed
r Student Government (SG). So far the new council has met
"The beginnings of this council with "unanimous approval"from representative, shall represent New Orange Peel's format There will be a series of general
their councils the Men's Inter-
I were In the general discontent with Hume Hall, Murphree Area, and hall on this year will not copy any major satirical articles Jokes, offbeat

the Men's Presidents Council," Tolbert Hall. Council. magazine including Playboy,"said comments, and possibly a short

according to Sec. of Men's Affairs, First on the list of plans for Serving as non-voting advisory newly elected editor Don story.
members will be the SG Secretary
John Hume. the new council are such orojects Federman. "Students will definitely know
-- m Federman decided the New they have humor magazine,"said
3a Orange Peel (NOP) will use an Federman.The .

Free Phones Not InStudents' original layout rather than follow first Issue's theme will be

Playboy's format as it did last executive leaders. Out rather than

year. limiting It to national elections,

The only exception may be a equal space will be given to Florida

t Near FutureFree parody issue on a national Gov. Farris Bryant, UF PresidentJ.

magazine this spring. Wayne Reitz,and other executive
student telephones are at ultimate limit of 1,200 lines. this system can be made without One sign of the new format is leaders.

least two years away, according to Only 750 of the 900 lines first dialing nine, as Is now re- elimination of the feature|lrl fold- Overall tone of the magazine,

Calvin C. Greene Jr., campus available are presently being used, quired. Also, certain phones could out page. according to Federman,will be one
engineer. but the new phones required by the be made "toll-diverting" so that "But this doesn't mean the end of flippancy and good-natured

Numerous problems have to be Arts and Sciences Building, Flor- they could not originate long-dis- of the Peelmate," he added. fun."

solved before the system can be ida Union, and music center, will tance calls, which is possible with "We're just going to approach It He added, "My Intention Is to

Installed, Greene said. utilize the equipment more fully. the present equipment. from a different angle." 'put out a Peel that Is a pleasure

The university switchboard hasa "When the system was last Southern Bell Telephone Co.has The new format Includes wider rather than a task for both staff

capacity of 900 lines, which Is a changed (1960)), we thought that the given a cost estimate for Installingthe usage of pictures and cartoons. and students."

50 percent increase over the pre- equipment would be adequate for equipment, but new estimatesare

vious capacity of 600 before 10 or 15 years," Greene said."We required from the companyfor

August, 1960, when the system was now see that It will last for a building the facilities requiredto

last altered. Additions to the while, but a new system Is goingto house It. RegistrationContinued

switching equipment, now locatedin bfe required." "We have been trying to get
the basement of University A system called Centrex Is being additional Information from ( From Page 1))

Auditorium, will provide an investigated. Outside calls under Southern Bell for several months,"
Voter registration places are open only during weekdaysand
said Greene. "It will probablytake
I would have to cut classes to go.
several more months to get
A trip to Knoxvllle by air--the only way I could go and not
estimate.
an
miss too many classes--would cost from 6590.
"I don't see reason why
any What should I do?
i- Fall Festival student phones couldn't be Installed Is my vote worth that much time and money? University
under this system If a
-- professors have taught me the Importance of voting In being
responsible organization such as
"
Of Values I good citizen. And, I'm prepared. But they didn't teach me
Student Government (SG), wishedto
'- how much that vote is worth--In dollars and cents-- to
pay the costs and assume
me or to the nation.
responsibility. Several problems
/ Why should I be denied the right to register to vote Ina
US boa would have to be worked out first,"
Evr7, Choic Top found national election because my"permanent residence addre.."

NI h ofBeafAuJM............. he added. Is not Alachua County, Fla.?
lore Quarter Southern Fried According to Greene, the I fall to understand why some students have registered

Chicken and Com Frittor....o 49< problems of vandalism and successfully here, and why now the belt Is suddenly tightened.
unauthorized toll calls would have

to be solved.
E Ylonrn'i Famous Corned ...,

w ACobbog...........'....59$ Students Held
Grilled Mf Liver & Soute University of Florida

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For IntrudingA


Cfff\l'el t :) US Brltket Choice....Tender.......feat.....leaf..3C CLASS RINGS call to the Gainesville Police

Italian Style Veal Parmeton Department by Mrs.O.W.Swtcord

& Parmesan Sauce ... .....cgebit of Southeast Seventh Street
The Only Off-Campus Supplier resulted In the arrest of five UF

Ev. 10 of Lamb with students on charges trespassing
yMr.r> DretUng, Mint J.lly..5ge 01''flie Standard Sunday Nlht.Arrested .

were Betty Rose Hill,
bit Young Turkey: with

Dressing, Cranberry Sauce. ..49< University Of Florida 21, 326 SW 20th St.;RobertSwartz,

20, 1926 W. University Ave.; Paul

Every Golden Fried Jumbo Scallop 3C Ashdown, 20, 320 NW 20th St.; and
Frig
Nir! r Fried Filet of Dover Sol. cLass Ring; Patricia Tablta, 19, 220 SE 7th

with Tartar Souce.. .... 3C St.
Mrs. Swtcord called the police

when she enteringa
saw someone
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ry
Sowrdar Steak .. ...49C
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US Choice Roumanian Steak *

with French Friet..... ......69C FRANK'S AUTO
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SeconaT students and all

Special Discount toCoffee
on University personnel.We .

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AND
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- EDITORIAL i


The Ri !ht To Vole



According to the Constitution of the United States, each state

decides who is eligible to vote, and who is not eligible to vote in

that particular state. The state of Florida requires one to be a

permanent resident of this state In order to qualify for the suffrage.In 1 1ri

the past week, some students who have resided in this countyas

students for a number of years were refused the right to

register to vote because the state contends that they are not

"permanent residents."

Mrs. Alma Bethea,County Supervisor of Registration, announcedlast iTTi;

week that she wasn't sure exactly what a "permanent _. :=- ;, .
resident" to be. General James Kynes II .. :--=_ _
,
was supposed Attorney :: _-_ u.-- -.- -
In answer to Mrs. Bethea's query, said that a person's statementof r

permanent residence was the best evidence. That answer did

not help Mrs.Bethea one bit.She still is not sure what a permanent

resident Is, and neither are we. POLITICAL ECHOES:

The Alligator feels that there are many students on this campus

who qualify to vote In every way except for that unclear question Rights Vs. ResponsibilityRON

of "permanent residency." As of this moment no one, includingMrs.

Bethea who must judge permanent residency, is sure whatIt
SPENCER
is.We Editor by saying that "for every right there is a
think that since the experts are not able to define the Executive corresponding duty." He continues that "we

problem, then the simple solution should be taken. If a student should never forget to add that there go with

has been here (In thiS county)for at least the required six months, Much of the magnetic appeal of Senator Barry those rights the corresponding States' responsi-

regardless of his "Intent" to make this county his "permanent" Goldw.aterthe so-called "grassroots appeal" bilities." He thus concludes that, if the states
then he should be allowed to vote. Let us stress again -has as one of its origins the Arizonan's
residency, fail In their duty, they have only themselves to
we are not as familiar with the problem as either Mr. Kynes or espousal of the doctrine of states rights.In blame when Intervention from Washington occurs.

Mrs. Bethea, but we do think that the law should have a sectionto his oft-quoted and misquoted book "The Goldwater, in his "Conscience," refutes this
for such creatures students who really have no Conscience of A Conservative," Goldwater himself -
provide as argument, stating that the Tenth Amendment is
"Intent" to make any place their "permanent" residency. devotes an entire chapter to the problemof not a "general assumption," but rather "a

If a person has resided here for six months, regardless of his States Rights and simultaneously bewailing prohibitory rule of law." He states that the Tenth 1
the current (at time of publishing) situation in
"Intent", he is as much a "permanent" resident as someone who recognizes States' Jurisdiction in certain t
areas,
has lived here for the same six months, but announces to Mrs. which BOTH major parties had generally for- empowering them with the right TO ACT or 1

Bethea his Intent of making Alachua County his "permanent" saken the path of States' Rights.In NOT TO ACT, depending upon their own dis-
residency. Any of the seemingly "disenfranchised" students Goldwater's appeal for the reassertlon of
cretion, in the areas reserved to the states.
could lie and claim his intent to make Alachua County his rightful claims to state power by state offi- Perhaps this negative attitude toward
cials, he makes a strong case for the doctrine govern-
permanent residency; however because they have chosen to ment Is at the heart of the conservative philo-
be honest, they have been disenfranchised.We of States Rights.
sophy today. Much of Goldwater's philosophy,
are not advocating that studehts should claim their rightto The doctrine Itself, as Goldwater himself
at is
any rate, imbued with the spirit of negativity
vote by lying about their "intent" of residency; we are merely states, Is derived directly from the Tenth Amend- A strict interpretation of the Tenth Amendment J

advocating that the mess made by Mr. Kynes' and Mrs. Bethea's ment to the Constitution, which reads: "The would seem to bolster and add credence to his

inability 'to properly analyze the problem should be cleared up powers delegated to the United States by the views listed above. However, much of many I
to the Constitution, or prohibited by it to the States
simply by sticking rules. of the powers delegated to the Federal Govern- ,
If a student is otherwise qualified, and has lived here the are reserved to the States respectively, or to (
ment In other parts of the Constitution depend
required six months, we see no reason why his right to vote the people." effected.
upon Federal authority in order to be ;
should be curtailed merely because, as a student he has not made The above generalized statement cites no 14th
Such is the case of effecting the 13th,
up his mind as to his "Intent of permanent residency." definite line of demarcation between federal
Without
and 15th amendments to the Constitution.
and state authority, except that of seemingly

1 m @1 m ti:1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11@;% i1 ;m m;;m nm 1 1mm 1111 1'1 j jI lr.m mrmt 1 tm mm.m.m1 excluding from federal Jurisdiction those powers positive ments (i.e.action 4n on the the South national) would level have,state turned govern-a ;;

not defined to be those under federal Jurisdiction -
TODAY'S QUOTE deaf ear to these and they would thus have become
by the Constitution. States Righters state

"It Is more shameful to distrust one's friends than to be that "those people in Washington"have,by devious impotent.It .
is in the general philosophy of the Founding
deceived
them.
by means, changed this to mean something quite
Fathers that the United States was to be governed
La Rochefoucauld different than what was originally meant by the
that is a
under the principle of federalism--- ,
Founding Fathers. They point to the evils of
division of powers between federal and state
centralization statism the constant
perilous
The governments. The only reservation was,however, a
FloridaALLIGATOR growth of the "federal monster" in Washington.The 1
that in broad to the entire
cases so encompass
!
banner of States'
Rights has flown and
nation, the good of the majority was to be upheld. I
continues to fly in many places. Since the daysof
Any other scheme would end no doubt in a repeatof
the Great Nulllficator, John C. Calhoun, the
the US. under the Articles of Confederation--
doctrine has been revered
by many, championedby
a petty squabble between the member states
Served by United Press Iaternatinnaltti4ltor. a multitude of politicians and would-be poli

ticians. It has often been used--particularly and utter chaos.
Thus, in some areas, federal authority does
. . . . . . . .Walker Lundy in the South--merely as a stepping stone to that of the state within constitutional
supersede ---
MssagiaS Editor . . .' . . . Joel Caston political office, mush like the post-Civil War bounds. In of these areas, the states

Executive Editor. . . . . . Ron Spencer Republican habit of "waving the Bloody Flag." perhaps SHOULD many be given first crack at solving

Assistant Managtac Editor..Benny Cason Such Southern politicians as Harry Byrd, the their Goldwater states. How-
own problems---as
Assistant Managinc Editor . . . Dare Berkowltz ageless chief mechanic of the Virginia machine, ever, If due to internal political dissension,
Senator Strom
Editorial Page niter. . . . . Jim Hammock J. Thurmand, DIxiecrat presi- complete lack of responsibility -

Sports Editor. . . . . . .Glenn Laney dential Wallace choice in '48, and, more recently, George torpidity on, inactivity the state or a level the federal dictatesare
of
City: Editor . . . . . .skip Havtser States Rights Alabama have climbed upon the not affected In the individual states, then

Camps Living Editor. . . . Jackie Cornelius bandwagon. perhaps It IS time ftSr Washington to step in.
If we choose to follow the Constitution to the of
The irony inherent In the entire problem
letter of the law---which is the only logical shouldbe
States' Rights is that, Ideally, the states
Editorial Assistant'* .- Bruce Dudley, Tova levine, Jim choice if we are to remain under a constitu- allowed to solve most, if not all, of their .

Castello, Ann Carter, Don Federman, Nancy Brachey,Sam Ullman, tional States'form of government---then a doctrine of problems, since local leaders in general are--or i

Ernie Utz (Circulation Manager), Stan Kulp (Cartoonist). Rights does and must continue to exist. should--be able to better understand the local I

This is implicit, as Goldwater states, (In bill than would a
implications of nationwide
a
Amendment 10 to the Constitution.
Reporters -- Ed Barber (Tigert Hall Beat Chief), Patti Pitz However member of the Washington bureaucracy.

(Student Government Beat Chief, Jim Claxton, Hall Cain, Joe Central what is the.reason for the growthof However, In general the states simply have
Government? The "
Kollln, DID Mowbray, Bob Golub, Donal Decker, Joe Waldorf, as some call it Federal Colossus, not measured up to the tasks at hand. Then
has
come about a direct resultof and
John McDonough Sharon Kelley Yvett Cardozo Seltz moved in
Greg several factors. the National Government has
Jo McNitt, Cynthia Tunstall, Ami Sapersteln, William Boe, of First, the expanding functions cries of Centralization and Federal Intervention

Eunice Tall, Frank Shepard, Edwin Brownrlgg, Harold Aldrich, result government of an evil were brought about not as the have been heard to the high heavens.A .
preplanned
Lee Alexander, Agnes Fowles, Gerald Jones, Fran Snider,Thelma Washington master design by return to more state control In the affairs

Mossman, Bill Sadowski, Marjorie Green, Evan Langbeln, David the people.anarchists Those, but by the expanding needsof of government can only result from 'a more

Kennedy, Marilyn Brlcklin, Liz Brewer, Pris McCollester, 1790-slzed! who expect a miniature, responsible and more positive stand by the state .

Gretchen VanderBerg, Susan M. Smith, David Ropes, Terry the nation's bureaucracy to operate and solve leaders. For example, In the civil rights furor, t t t

Rogers, Susie Halback, Karen Hack, Sheldon Clment,JoanUaston, either terribly many problems In 1964 can only be the effecting of the Civil Rights Law should, it I.S

Pam Brown. Jeffrey Denkewalter, Dick Dennis, Beverly Faber the fear of centralization.short-sighted Such or sickened with safe to say, be done by state officials of the I
a phobia has It.
do
Dick Schneider. been known to be ingrained within a people. Individual states---if they would only why I
But that Is the problem and the reason
Secondly
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student ne. spap i as very Importantly, one big reason the holds onlY !
for the of cry of States' Rights to many
expansion the
of the University of Florida and is published five times weekly activities of the federal a hollow echo. the state leadersof
government has been Who can Imagine
except during May, June and July when It is published semi- taken the lackadaisical attitudes the state of Mississippi upholding to the lewe I
state
the official optt.ton of The by governments not really Interested tnt"
vtekly. Only editorials represent of ,Lam
In progress. Thus federal the law of the new Civil Rights i
of their authors. Intervention follows
Alligator. Columns represent only the opinions persooauj
a state leader which is
state can uphold a law
The Alligator Is entered as second class matter at the United inactivity some field. Larson, ,In his the cry of
book "A distasteful to"Ms own state then
Republican Looks At His "
States Post Office at Gainesville. federal intervention in the affairs Party,of states Justifies States' Rights will remain what it is tod.1y-a 1

not oft heeded cry in the politicalPage wilderness. i







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Ir:>',";; Campus News Briefs J_____ get youR message though



l : Advanced Studies Peel Meeting Debators Meet with allicatop aOveptisinQor


New opportunities for advanced The New Orange Peel
R study under the will hold an important meeting UF debators will meet!
Foreign Language Fellowship for sake of "glorious tonight at 7:30 in Tigert 331
; Program for the 1965-66 revolution" today at 4 p.m. to hear Mrs. Emily S. Mach- /
,.... academic year have been In Room 15 of the Union. lachlan, instructor of social! everuweariFARAH
\, announced by the UF Latin Staffers, bring your contributions sciences, speak on the social j
American Language Area ; spectators, bring your aspects of unemployment.For .
Program. cat-calls--you may be con- the coming Kentucky!
verted and Mercer tournaments!
though.
1'M Graduate fellowships are to
Plans will be discussed.
be awarded to students wishing
J to enroll for the advanced Spirit CapThe
,' study of Latin America. Seminar Today
.,<\i The deadline for applications Spirit Cap Contest,
,> I is Dec. 31. sponsored by the Campus Shop
4 Applicants must have and Book Store, will be Dr. L. L. Hench, assistant
rl: received theirBachelor'sdegree extended to Friday at 5 p.m. professor, Department of
by Aug., 1965 and be Prizes totaling $30 will be Metallurgical and Materials Sake
admissible to graduate school. given to the respective win- Engineering, will speak on
ners. "Electronic Structure of the
Carbides and NItridesA ....
ExhibitGallery
Proposed Theory 3:30
Zeta PledgesPledges p.m.
today in Room 334, E and I
X will exhibit a Building.

collection of posters now for Zeta Phi Eta, I
through Oct. 23, Monday professional speech fraternity I
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 12 for women, are Mimi Carr, FFA ElectionsFuture
1 p.m. and 2-5 p.m. Marlene
; Cynamon, Peggy
,, : Included in the show are Dean, Mary Pearlstule, Ann
;; seven prize winning posters Carter, Sandra Scales, and Farmers of e
''F done by Hans Falk, a Swiss Ginny Uram. New pledgeswere America, UF chapter, elected j
I'' <. artist. Other posters are done welcomed Sunday by Jo Calvin Arnold, 4AG, presi-
"
I, by Puerto Rican artists. Edlin, president and Barbara dent; Floyd Marlow,4AO,vice]
Conrad, vice president. president; Richard Cobb,4AG,
Craft ShopThe secretary; and Charles Giles,]
4AG, treasurer.
YAF Discuss Plan Next meeting is scheduled! I,1
Craft Shop in the for Oct. 8, Room 150, Norman)
Florida Union will offer Hall.
,. special Instruction in silver Young Americans for Free-
"
craft techniques for a seriesof dom will meet tonight at 7 in
eight weeks beginning Florida Union, Room 121 to
Thursday Oct. 1st at 7:30p.m. discuss plans for promotingSen. Riots DiscussionAftergame

J Barry Goldwater duringthe
next few weeks.Propeller '
i j Lost and FoundThe

rioting will be \ 0r
Lost and Found Booth ClubThe the topic of conversation this
In the Hub, between the bank afternoon as a group of nine : \
and the cafeteria will be Propeller Club will meets to discuss plans toj r Y
open, Monday, Wednesday and meet tonight at 7:30 p.m. in handle victory celebrations. i
Friday, 1-3 p.m.;Tuesday,10- Room 403 Main Library. Among members of theStu-
111 a.m.; and Friday,10-12 a.m. "Failure of Cuban dent Government (SG) spon- \\,1
Communism" will be the topicof sored meeting will be LesterL.
discussion. Hale, dean of student j ,
Bloc Seating affairs; Frank T.Adamsdean r Mi
of men; Ken Kennedy, student J
Woman's ClubThe
Independent organizations body president; Percy M.
interested in football bloc Beard, assistant director of]
seating will meet tomorrow International Women's athletics; Ray Graves, head
night, 7 to 8:30 in the Florida Club will hold a Halloween football coach; Glenn Laney, !
Union auditorium. party, Oct. 5, at 8 p.m. at the Alligator sports editor; Otis A
Representatives from independent University Women's Club- Boggs, WRUF sports
organizations should house on Newberry Road For announcer; Bill Pinney, head 1a
attend. For more infor- further information, contact cheerleader; and Jennie]
mation call Ford Hedstrom, Mrs. G. A. Farris at 372- Loudermilk, SG morale]
FR 2-6953. commission.

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-SaleAIRCONDITIONER r I ServicesIRONING l I L WantedNEEDED ] TI-IE ME.Y4Of


17,000 BTU, done In home 1515 SE One female roommate.
like new, $149.50; Masters capand 13 Place, Lincoln Estates. Call 2 bedroom apartment, 2 blocks
gown, $17.50. Anytime at 3631 E. FR 6-2918. (M-17-2t-c). from campus. $40 per- month plus
University Avenue. (Cottage II). utilities. Upper-division or graduate -
(A-17-2t-p). ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A student preferred. Call PBL
DIFFERENT KIND OF ENTERTAINMENT 372-0354 after 6 p.m. (C-16-3t-c). LAt1E(
MOSSBERG semi-automatic .22 ? The Gainesville
rifle with 4x scope $20. Baby Miniature Raceway offers Just that! WANTED: 1 male roommate.Four
carriage $6. Window fan $4.50. All the fun of real racing but at bedroom, two bath house with
8" extended range dual cone a price you can afford. We're open nicely furnished kitchen and living
speaker $5. Turn table, needs 3:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. dally and room. 707 NW 8th Place.Ca11372- I
cartridge $4. Two framed oriental It never costs a thing to come 0958. (C-15-3t-c).
prints $4. Phone 2-6679 between and watch. Big races every
5:30 and 6:00 p.m. (A-17-lt-c). Wednesday and Saturday nights. WANTED 1950 thru 1954 Fords
We're located at 807 West and Chevrolets. Al Herndon's
SMALL 2 Bedroom andbathhouse, University Avenue. (M-16-5t-c). Service Station. 916 S. E. 4th
living room and combination dining Street. (C-5-20t-c).
room-kitchen, has green aluminum GUITAR LESSONS In Flamenco,
siding and house Is almost new. Folk, Blues and Country Styles I Help Wanted I
Total price $6000 or less for cash. with experienced Instructors.Also
See at 1954 NW 34th Ave. Then Kazoo, Washboard and Jug. Tele-
call FR 2-3251 after 6 p.m for phone 3724653. (M-16-5t-c). PART TIME Secretary for Mon.
details. (A-17-tf). Wed., Fri. Shorthand and typing
Call Hlllel Foundation.
HORSE SAFETY SHORT COURSEA necessary.
1957 ALLSTATE Motorscooter, FR 2-2900 for appointment.E162tc -
course of four lessons In basic
good condition. $75. Call 4812637. horsemanship for those beginners, ).

(A-16-3t-c)._ or experienced riders, who have
r
only learned "kicks and haulon I F For RentNEAR I
1962 SUN-LITE Mobile home, 2 the reins" -- "giddap" and
bedroom. 10x51. Fully equipped, "whoa."
like new condition. Very small Individual Instruction only. UNIVERSITY furnished
equity and take up payments.Call Initial four lessons twenty dollars. apartment. 2 bedroom, one porch.
411 NW 15th Street. $60. Call FR-
WUliston 5283731. (A-16-5t-c). Later lessons cheaper.
Enjoy four wheel brakes when 2-4647. (B-17-5t-c). ...its staff having met and decided, that lacking certain

WESTINGHOUSE Washing machine you ride horseback. Colonel TWO ROOMS suitable for one male
4 years old, good condition. Call Terrlll E.Terry)Price,(retired), student. Near shopping center and naterial for its upcoming ELECTION EXTRAVAGANZA, it would
372-4573 after 5. (A-16-3t-c). Tepee Ranch, WUliston Road,northof In walking distance of campus.
Speedway. .See at 104 SW 8th St. (B-12-tf-nc). directly solicit for material from the creative (and needy)
TRIM 15' fast boat, 25 horse Satisfied students last spring

Johnson, and backbreaking trailer, Included faculty members, I I student body. Thus, it says in unadulterated fashion...
$285. Seaworthy 14' fishing boat students, wives and children. AutosMUST
with Wizard Motor $185. Car-top, Special Instruction for horse and
luggage racks $3. Exerciser $2. rider If you own your horse.Tele- SACRIFICE 1961 Cadllac.
Assorted lengths traverse rods. phone 3725844. (M-15-3t-c). 4 door, loaded, low mileage. Make
Call 3727658. (A-16-3t-c). Offer. Call 3723911. (G-17-5t-c).

LOVE, CARE, individual attention 1957 FORD 2 door Thunderbird HELP!
MAN'S WHITE dinner jacket, 39 await 3 children for child day care
engine. Ford-o-matlc, excellent
regular, like new, also black dress In my home. 5 years professional rubber, radio & heater. $176.47.
trousers. Both for$25.Call 6-1935. experience. $10 a week. Call Mrs. Phone Unlv.Ext.28'78.G-17-3t-c).
(A-15-3t-c). King 3760972. (M-15-5t-c). .
1948 PLYMOUTH, good condition.
3 BEDROOM 1 1/2 bath house. MILLER & SONS Auto Painting $100. Call 61587. (G-17-3t-c).

$450 down, payments $90 a month. Shop, all cars $29.95; body work. 1960 AUSTIN HEALY, Deluxe" n

Also furnishings. 1430NE 12th Ter. 732 NW 1st Street, Across from model, Includes radio, WW, and ..
Phone 3766819. (A-13-St-c). White Electric. ALL work overdrive. Good condition. Call StII

guaranteed. (M-13-20t-c). Chuck Kurvln FR 2-9421 after 6:30
250 cc SUPER SABER Zundapp, p.m. M-F.(G-16-3t-p).
Contact Frank at PI Lambda Phi Ci U I TAR BAN J 0 Instruction;
House at 6:30. A-13-5t-c). Classical, Flamenco, Folk and 1952 MG REBUILT, beautiful new
Beginner. Gretch, Espana, Fender Interior i new paint job. Will
Gultars.Galnesvllle finance. Call FR 21694. (G-
and
I Lost Pound ] Epiphone .
Music Center 1023 1025 West 9-10t-c)

University Ave. Phone 372-5421. 1964 RENAULTDAUPHINE 4 speed
LOST: Around Sept. 10 a pair of (M-8-5t-c). II
transmission, heater, windshield
ladies plain black frame glasses.
washers, 7,000 miles. Call Wade
Reward. Call 3763261, Ext. 2651
Cook, 8-1151, Pinehurst Park,after
25675. L-16-2t-c I ]
after 5:00 FR ( ) Personal
4 p.m. anytime Sat. and Sun. (G-
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LOST: Female, shiny black,
friendly half-grown dog about 20 EVERYONE'S FOR THE FOLKS
;
WHO LIVE ON THE HILL! (J- 1961 VOLKSWAGEN new engine.
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17-It-p). Good condition. $895. areas:
Reward. Bereaved be
owners can
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Lebanon Station please contact 1959 ANGLIA. Good condition.

James McGee, 3729328.1 need the Must sell best offer.Contact Jaime
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Sept. 29, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 7I




I 1901 Coeds at UF Drilled Like Men I


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TWO FORMER UF coeds,
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Mrs. Caroline Palmer,

left, and Mrs. Ida Bur-

,, "--,",. .....,. "-" kim, pose with memen-
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J''M' toes of their college Y LH. r
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l\ ..-- {. rz years. were cam-
R "'> !/I'J pus whistlebait back in .4, '
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4MipNC.elwru..Jr. 1901 the year each of \ 1
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.,,,,.... them graduated. (Photos '
by Carolyn Johnston) ./

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Most people don't know that the in 1905 It was announced that the sponsored by the UF to go over- "Dy the way, I have my own
MODERNhoe UF boasts coed graduates from the school would be closed since the seas with the American Red Cross. obituary, she stated. On the way
year 1. universities were coming into beIng "Going there was like a story," home my trunk was sent through
Repair Sho Mrs. Caroline Palmer, a 1901 ," she continued. she said, "we had to sleep In our the line that the dead's belong
graduate still takes courses, by Miss Durkhim stated that the ILfeJackets because of the German ings go through instead of the right
mall, from the Famous Writers' East Florida Seminary was a military U-boats. I was In France for 10 line. I had to go to the Supreme
Shoes Repaired School."I school. but It was coed. We months. "She smiled 'and con- Court to get my things back!"
While You Wait send in a paper every once used to get out and drill," she tinued, "25: years later I was "When the University turned
in a while and get back what I said.What walking down the street here in coed It spoiled some of the fun
consider a bum grade," Mrs.Pal- was school like in those town and a man reached out and the girls from town were having,"
Expert mer said. days? After thinking a minute Mrs. grabbed my arm. "I'll never for- claims Mils Burkhim. "You
Shoe Shines Miss Ida Burkhlm was also a Palmer said"It wasn't as hardin get you," he said, "You gave mea know," she said, "we had a lot
UF coed who graduated that year. those days". Miss Burkhlm carton of cigarettes outside Paris better time before you girls
AIiTypes These two set the pace for current thought it was like a high, high one night." came."
and future UF coeds. school.
Shoe PolishIn The UF did not turn coed until Was there curfew then? "In khruschev-
1947. When they were asked how those days It was 10:00 p. m. peace
Carolyn Plaza they happened tograduatedfromhere on Friday and Sunday," Miss I
Mrs. Palmer answered,"The Burkhlm laughed and continued,
& UF did not exist until 1905. Up "My house was right In back of Not A Fairy Tale'MOSCOWUPOPremier
|At 101 N. Main St until that time it was the East the men's barracks. I use to climb
Florida Seminary."At the fence and take the boys sand-
Downtown the commencement address wiches." Niklta trary to the teachings of Marx
There were ten members of the S. Khrushchev yesterday told a and other Communist greats.
class of 1901, five girls and five rally marking the 100th anniversary -
"Where Your Friends Are Every Night"JOIN boys. These two ladies are the only of the founding of the Ocala
CaseDecision
survivers. International Com m un II t move-
Miss Burkhim went to Cuba ment by Karl Marx that "peacefor
THE WASH PARTYSAVE with the football team in 1912. "us Is not a pacifist fairy Due
"A funny thing happened to us tale.
down there," she said laughingly.The "In an effort to save mankind "People with authority" will
50% ON YOUR LAUNDRY coach protested, and we were from Irreparable calamities, we make a decision Friday concerning
all put under arrest. maintain our defense potential ata charges against four UF
At the hotel I bumped Into the level which makes it possible to professors and eight students
Laundry
Gator Groomer Coin Captain of the Arkansas team, save peace," Khrushchev said Ina arrested last December during
whom I happened to know. When televised speech."In civil rights picketing In Ocala,
Adjoining University Post Office the police saw me talking to him the thermonuclear age the according to Tampa lawyer Francisco
they thought we had sent wordto defense of peace and the struggle Rodriguez.
the U. S., and the governmenthad for socialism are not two differ Rodriguez, who .Is representingthe
I sent a battle ship after us. ent undertakings-but one common, picketers, went to Ocala over
They turned us loose. At Homecoming great evolutionary cause." the weekend but yesterday reportedthat
I still see some of the Observers said his remarks apparently no final decision had been
See What's New in boys that were on the team and were directed at the Chinese reached.
we always laugh about that." Communist regime which has The Tampa attorney said he
During WW I Miss Burkhim was denounced Khrushchev's policy of would return to Ocala Friday to
MW v co-existence with the West as con- meet with "people who have the
The Browse Shop --- authority to make decisions.
You Expect More And "1 am not at liberty to make any
further comments for publication -
YOU GET MORE ," Rodriguez said.However,
Larry's Wonderhouse Restaurant he said a decision should be made
STUDENT RATE MAGAZINE Friday.
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$1.45 $1.75 Dean Marvin Drooker, of the
I. TIME College of Agriculture has
announced that five freshmen In
2. LIFE LONDON BROIL STEAKS the College of Agriculture had
3. SPORTS ILLUSTRATED been awarded Sears-Roebuck

4. MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY $1.10All each.Foundation scholarships of $300

5. THE NEW YORKER Jerry Charles Lawrenceof
The Above Served With Baked Fried Or
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Moore Haven, Joel George
7. THE NEW YORK REVIEW OF BOOKS Mashed Potatoes, A Bowl Of Tossed Salad, Smith, Orlando, Walter Lorandal
8. NEWSWEEK Stewart, Jay, and Wayne Sumner,
9. Lithia, received the scholarships.
FORTUNE
And All The Rolls And Butter You Want.LARRY'S Stewart A.Baxter,Homestead,was a'
10. MADEMOISELLEMANY granted the sophomore award.

MANY MANY MORE Paul Derton Stuart, Pompano
WONDERHOUSE Beach, won the Ralston Purina
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scholarship. Robert Meehaa
Scully Miami Springs, receivedthe
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feel like a sprinter who train- same as the break between night benefit of the doubt. _
BRUCE DUDLEY ed all his life for the Olympics, and day. Once you step on the Russ never got to participate Ina
Assistant Sports Editor went to Tokyo, and broke his leg practice field, It's all business, pro game, because the week before -
while warming Up. Like him, I'll you have no friends, there's no he was scheduled to reportto
The double threat of Steve Spurrier and Tom Shannon has now been never know what I could have done. standing around.You must know the Rookie Camp, he pulled a ham-
joined by the team of Bobby Lyle and Jimmy Hall. The speaker was former Gator 'plays; there's no bag training to string muscle in his leg. Duringthe
Lyle and Hall are not new members to the Gator squad but forgotten great Russ Brown. grind them Into you. We had two five weeks he was at camp,
members. Last year Lyle kicked a 38 yard field goal In Florida's This past summer, Russ had the practice sessions a day of one hour he suffered three more pulled
10-6 upset over Alabama. Except for this kick the tackle had remained unique experience of attending both each, and one skull session at night muscles, and finally a much more
unheard of since his record breaking kick In the 1962 Gator Bowl. In National Football League and lasting an hour and 1/2. It was"amazing serious tear. The Redskins released -
that 17-7 victory Lyle booted a 43 yard field goal against Penn State. Canadian League Football training how much the pro's went him, but the highlytalentedend
Hall Is another player who has been taken for granted In the Gator camps. back to basic fundamentals." almost Immediately receiveda
I offensive punch. The Pensacola senior saw some offensive action After having started at end for "The Pro's enforce discipline call from the Canadian Football
last year, but was primarily used as extra point kicker, connectingon two years at UF, (and coming through fines. For losing your book League. Russ stayed with them fora
12 of 15 for the season to give him a two year mark of 24-32. Hall within two catches of Fergle you are charged $500. For every week, but still couldn't run on
has made good on four extra point attempts and two field goals so Ferguson's all-time UF pass- pound overweight, the fine Is $50., his leg.
far this year. catching record) Russ was the When asked about Head,Redskin Russ said, "Canadian footballIs
t Lyle hasn't been doing well at practice with his field goal boots, Number 6 draft choice of the Wash- Football Coach Bill McPeak, Russ entirely different from American -
\t and before the season started Coach Ray Graves felt this was probably ington Redskins in the NFL. said, "McPeak tells you straight- football. There are 12 men
the weakest part of the Gator kicking game. When asked the difference between forwardly, asks (and receives) on a side, the field Is 60, (insteadof
college and professionalball rather than demands your respect, 50) yards wide, 110 yards long,
Lyle Pressure WorkerHowever Russ said, "It's almost the keeps his word, and gives you the and the end zones are 25 (Insteadof
I 10) yards deep.
Lyle seems to work better under pressure. The Florida Sigma Nu Swims To 12-6 Win Russ Is now serving as an Assistant -
kicker came through Saturday night with two successful boots of 33 Freshman Football Coach,
and 41 yards. The final boot coming with only one second left in the while earning the necessary few
game. Sigma Nu drowned; Alpha Tau quarter, the game got a little rough hours toward a degree in Decem-
Lyle's two field goals and Hall's earlier boot In the game equaleda Omega (AID) 12-6 last night in as the teams battled over the ball ber. He and his bride of two years,
mark held by Earle "Dummy" Taylor who set the record of three the water basketball finals. and ATO started to close the gap Phyllis, live in the Flavets.Of .
field goals in one game In 1911 at Columbia College. Lambda Chi triumphed in the on foul shots. ATO made the score Head Florida Football Coach
Taylor made all the boots himself, but Florida's fans weren't Blue League with a 38-10 win over 8-6 on charity tosses, but that'sas Ray Graves, Russ said, "I can
disappointed that the Gators used the team of Lyle and Hall to equal Phi Epsilon PI. Lambda Chi won close as they got. never repay him for the mannerin
the mark. the President's Trophy last year. Sigma Nu came back to life In which he went out of his way
Ironically, we announced Friday that the field goal records would Steve Mohler scored 24 pointsfor the final minutes of play and held to provide opportunities for me."
probably be safe this year. It now appears Just the opposite might be Lambda Chi and Paul Gorgethl, their opponents scoreless as they Russ plays semi-pro ball for the
true. who made the all campus water 'ripped the nets with four quick Orlando Broncos as a defensive
basketball team last year, scored baskets to make the final score tackle, since his leg is still not
Toes Appear ImportantSome eight points. All of Lambda Chi's 12-6 as Sigma Nu successfully fully recovered, and plans to become -
players placed in the scoring col- defended Its title in water basket- a broadcaster.
real defensive battles will probably appear during the rest umn in the one sided game. ball.
of the season starting with the LSU Tigers this coming Saturday.This Sigma Nu was behind 3 to 2
means the Gators might win some more games via the toes at the close of the first quarter,
of Lyle and Hall. In their game but that was the last United RtritQMNow
But the Gators first have to get within field goal range, and this time ATO had the lead. Sigma Nu
brings up another team that clicked against Mississippi State. scored three baskets in the second
Spurrier and Charlie Casey are the members of this pro-type unit. quarter and kept ATO from scoring You Can Rent
Spurrier and Casey combined talents Saturday night to set up the' a single basket. This made the LLAWAY BEDS TOOLS ALL TYPES
winning field goal by Lyle. With 21 seconds left in the contest, the score 6-3 at the half. BABY BEDS LOCAL TRUCKS
Spurrier-Casey team came to life. Both teams came back to the PARTY, BANQUET NEEDS TRAILERS
a. Sophomore quarterback Spurrier connected with Casey on three water fired up after the halftime TABLES CHAIRS TOW BARS
j consecutive tosses taking the ball to the Maroon 24 yard line. This break. However, Sigma Nu st111 DISHES GLASSES LADDERS
set the stage for Lyle's final boot. managed to outscore ATO In the DINNERWARE
j t If the two combinations of Lyle and Hall and Spurrier and Casey third period two baskets to one ...And 1,001 Other Items
continue to run as smoothly for the rest of the season, the Gators making the score 8-4.
should be able to put a sizable dent into the SEC's toughest schedule. With the start of the final 625 NW 8TH AVE. 0 R CALL FR 6-2835

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and Sydney MacLean) with the 4a..
The LSU Tigers have been rated defensive walls of other teams ; .
a seven point favorite in their Graves said he would rather wait r -.
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coach Ray Graves. "They have one of the finest ; 4 .' '
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roughest team we have played this year," said Graves. "If our boys .4 : '.
year," commented Graves."Some can stand up against them they o'. '
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Stadium gives them more than a Graves elaborated on his quarterback News
one touchdown advantage." position.Tom my Shannonand to .
Graves said his team would definitely Steve Spurrier are still both in the .
t stress offense this week. the number one quarterback," he ".. \ campus tradition- ..,
The Gators haven't scored on LSU said. "I will continue to use eitherone 0
In the last three years.The Tigers as the game plan dictates. .' .i'_ Square-ply
have taken the measure of Florida Both of them have proved they .. from Galey and Lord- '
23-0, 23-0, and 140. The last can move the ball. I have con- .,'
time the Gators beat them was fidence in both of them and so the first Fall weight Dacron Y

in Baton Rouge four seasons ago. does the team." ./ polyester and cotton fabric ..
It was 1960 when the Gators upset Another backfield switch may .
for casual slacks.In .
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the Tigers 13-10. see Larry Dupree playing some
Looking back on the Mississippi halfback against LSU this week all the right colors
r State game, Graves was parti- end. Dupree Is slated to work and the classic neutrals.
cularly impressed with the defensive both positions during the rest of
play of Bill Richbourg. the week's practice.
"If I had a vote for lineman "The great thing about this
of the week in the South," Gravest team," Graves explained"is there Galey\ <. Lord
said,"1 would nominate Rlchbourg. aren't any stars on the team. Larry
he made 10 tackles and three Dupree is just as happy If he
I assists. Many of those tackles were Is blocking or running with the
big ones which helped us stall ball, just so the team wins. These 1407 BROADWAY.NEW YORK 18.N.Y. A Division of BmfcntftZit Industries:
the State offense." boys have a togetherness which
When asked bow he would com- I have never seen in a team
pare his big three Interior llne- before." .