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Ken Kennedy To Meet ,j jf


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LBJ SaturdayFRAN (I


this in mind, I am inviting to the White Housea
SNIDER group of student leaders from representative 4JOHNSON
Staff Writer colleges and universities throughout the country.
"The young person I would like to invite is the
Student Body president Ken Kennedy will go to college student in each institution who, while
Washington, D.C. Saturday to meet with Pres. maintaining a good academic record has also shown R
Lyndon Johnson at an assembly of campus leaders special qualities of character, leadership, and
from colleges all over the country.The Interest In college and public affairs." .-
meeting will start at 5 p.m. with a receptionby UF Vice President Harry M. Philpott telephoned
Pres. and Mrs. Johnson. Johnson will makea Kennedy Monday morning and asked him it he
few remarks followed by Sec. of Defense sould like to meet with the President Saturday
Robert McNamara, Sec. of Labor Willard Wirtz afternoon.
and U.N. Ambassador Adlai Stevenson. Followingthe Kennedy said, "I thought for a couple of seconds
speeches, the President's daughter, Lynda, and then said yes. He humorously added, "I a
will be hostess at a buffet dinner.In thought I could rearrange some previous plans I
his letter, Johnson said, "I have a great under the circumstances."
interest in the young leaders who are emerging He said, "It is quite an honor to have this -- -
in our colleges and would like to get to know opportunity to meet the President and to representthe j
KENNEDY them and their thinking as much as I ran. With UF."
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57 No. 18 University of Florida,Gain sville 'Wednesday, Sept. 30, 1964

THE DEEP SOUTH'S' FINEST COUEGE DAILY" !
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I UF Students May Still Register 56 Elections


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Tomorrow
WALKER LUNDY
manent resident" of the county in Keyes added that students who being allowed to register In that
Editor which he was trying to register. said they were permanent residents county. Fall Legislative Council elections -
The smoke from the voting registration This has been the clause that or who could produce any- The Leon Voting Registrar, Mrs. will be held tomorrow. Four
controversy that has Mrs. Alma Bethea, county voting thing that would prove permanent Hattie Coles, said, "I've been proposed constitutional amendments r
kept a number of UF students from registrar, said made it Illegal residency In Alachua County&tould: registering them. Most of them will be on the ballot. In
getting their names on the Alachua under state law for the studentsto be allowed to register.He have lived in this state all of addition, the names of Lyndon B.
County voting rolls seems to be register inthiscounty.Students, named such items as dri- their lives and should be allowed Johnson and Barry M. Goldwater
clearing a little and it appears the she said, were permanent residents ver's licenses, license tags, Income to register to vote somewhere."If and those of Haydon Burns and
students may be able to register unless they Intended to remain tax addresses or bank they can register In their Charles Holley will be Included in
after all.State here after graduation. accounts as sufficient evidence of home county, they should," she a special straw vote for the offi-
Attorney General James Keynes said, "Being a univer- permanent residence. said, "but U they can't we'll register ces of President and governor,re-
Keynes told The Alligator yester- sity student does not disqualify A telephone call to Leon (Tallahassee them here." spectively. All off campus
day from Tallahassee that the stu- a person from voting. But each ) County revealed studentsat "It was pointed out to Miss students (Including fraternities,
dent himself was probably the best case must be considered with the Florida State University and Robinson and her attorney by the sororities, and independent living I
judge of whether he was a "per- facts that organizations will vote at the Hub.
.. ___.......r...__.... of particular situation. Florida AiM University ..were. .. commissioners, that the registrar
All other students will vote In their
elected the
was by people, and was
not responsible to the board. But, living areas.
the commissioners agreed to forma The candidates are:
committee and meet with the OFF-CAMPUS
registrar to try and work out a

solution. GATOR PARTY VOTE PARTY

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Lee Borden
Steve Brotman Dan Davis
Randy Colker Steve Gardner
UF COED INVOLVED IN Jerm Gluckman Dob Cow

VOTING 'TRIAL CASE' Dick Mann Herman Green
See Hani Maul Tim Johnson
( Page 8))
Alberto Patrick
D. Molina Kelley
Pete Parsons J. D. Phillips
Kit Snyder Jay Schick
Roy Watson David Shull

Telephone calls to Hlllsborough MURPHREE AREA ,I
L1 County, where the University of
South Florida and University of
Spencer Fox Rob Blue
located and to Dade
Tampa are ,
Douglas Glllls
Gary Noy"
where the University of
County,
Duval Sloan Don Murray
!fI Miami Is located, revealed that
neither allows students to
county
(Continued 3))
r-k register to vote. Each registrarsaid on Page
It had been a long-standing

practice not to register students. Council OKs
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I I --- Mn. Bethea said, "The oath
1 STUDENT AND Admin- is enough to register If the per- Two
son's story is consistent, whether Budgets
istration leaders are shown Lane Attacks SeatingRON he is a student or not. But U a ,
huddling i yesterday i in the person says he Is from another Florida Rifles and Student
county but just cafl't get back thereto Contractors and Builders
i Florida Union, where they SPENCER Lane, In the last of three blisterIng register and wants to register were granted budget requests
discussed plans for scheduledrolliesfollowingeach- Executive Editor speeches delivered by V.O.T.E. here, we can't let them. totaling $'15 4, but Gator
officials to a party gathering, said Ralph Turlington, a member of Guard's request for $1,199.07was
Student Body Treasurer Fred "I don't think student government the state legislature from Alachua referred back to the
J away football game. The Lane injected the controversial should be seated as a block or on County, aid he .b ucbtl..lecu.lathe Budget and Finance Commute
purpose of these planned football seating question lno the the 50-yard line." lotent" the law was not in last night's Legislative -
current Legislative Council campaign In other speeches on the eve of to prevent students from voting. Council meeting.
rallies would be to contain Monday night in a V.O.T.E. the fall elections, past Student "Permanent menas the person is Three amendments to the
the riotious atmospheresuch Party meeting at the Phi Kappa Body Pres. Paul Hendrlck again not a transient., I 'ckm't think a Honor Court charter were
Tau fraternity house. He charged pointed his criticism at the con person needs to Intend to live here passed and Men's Internal
as was seen Saturday that the present administration hasbeen troversy racing concerning how all his life In order to meet the Council, an organization designed -
night, without losing the "remiss la an obvious man much of the Gator Party platform Intent of the law,"' he added. to supplant the Men's
enthusiam and spontaneity. date to eliminate 'big shot Keating' has been completed and predictedthat "School is full time. The law Residence Council, was
of student government officers "We're seeing the end of Gator was Intended for transients and chartered. It was proposedthat
i See Story, Page 3. seating oo the 50-yard line for Party." In another speech,former for tourists," be said. a commission be
(Photo by Carolyn Johnston every game, when every under Gator Party minority leader in the The final day for registeringto established to study the student
secretary and his date can Join the vote for the Kov. 3 national body constitution.I .
.) fun." (Continued on Page 3)) elections Is Saturday.

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,"A Castro Cuba Under FireRecognition /

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SHARON KELLEY island and the scarcity of neces- prisons on the island1: Dellinger
Staff Writer sities. "Last year in m>' home admitted he had not.
town women fought inbread lines," Dellinger contrasted the Cuban
Before one of the most excited said Norman. He defended his Island with Czechoslovakia, saying -
and enthusiastic crowds to ever contention that there actually is that Czech students who wantto
sit In the University Auditorium, hunger by offering news receivedby leave cannot, but that anyone
half million Cuban refugeesIn who hasn't a criminal record and
two men Monday night debated the a
question of UJS. recognition of the U.s. and Latin America desIres to leave Cuba may do so. .
1 Y Castro's Cuba.Speaking describing the deplorable condi- In the question-and-answer per-
in favor of recognitionwas tions. iod provided for audience partici- _
Ih David Dellinger, a memberof Delllnger spoke of a double stan- pation, Jose Norman was asked
the Executive Committee of the dard concerning the U.s. and its how he would suggest that Castrobe

;..,.,,-Y"I'! ,.. ..,' ,__ Committee for Non-Violent Action. relations with Cuba. He said,"It's overthrown. Norman replied he ,- -
Dellinger brought outcries of apparent all right for the U.s. to threatento felt the U.s. had lost a big opportunity -
NORMAN, a mem- amazement and indignationfrom demolish Russia, but not for in the Bay of Pigs oper- DAVID DELLINGER, mem-
ber of the American Com- the largely Cuban audience Russians in Cuba to threaten us." ation and strongly urged that the ber of the Executive Com-

mittee for Free Cuba, spoke with his pacifist statements and In the question and answer per- U.s. "go over and throw Castro mittee for non-Violent Action -
accounts of the Cuba he saw In iod between the two participants and his bullies out."
against recognizing Castro.He 1960 and again in May of this Norman questioned Dellinger thatif When asked the same question, debated in favor of

mentioned Castro boasted year. as Dellinger had said, he was Dellinger said he was not in favor recognition of Castro's Cuban -
he would "be the first man He said a friend went to CubaIn allowed to go anywhere he wanted of an overthrow. lie feels any
1960 and came back "sweptoff while in Cuba, had he been able action is not up to the United government.GREEK .
to bomb the U.S. his feet by what he saw." to get inside any of the political States, but to Cuba.

Dellinger, wanting to see for himself -
spent three and a half weekson
Merchants ToldOf the Island. He told of seeing
reforms he had never heard of
such as hospitals, housing ?
Ad PhoniesGainesville projects, and schools. lie came
back Impressed by the enthusiasmand
spontaneity of the Cuban people
merchants were towards the government.In GREEK? Of course you want your picture in the SEMINOLE.
warned: to be on the lookout for his opening speech in favorof
Don't let the other Greeks have more representation than you.
advertising salesmen purporting to recognition, Dellinger asked
represent UP Student Publications that, if Cuba were the political Sign the appointment sheets in your house TODAY! '
yesterday.W.M. prison It is said to be, how Is
Epperhelmcr, Executive it that people come and go as GREEK PICTURE-TAKING SCHEDULE
Secretary of the Board of Student they please. He said he noticedno V
Publications, made the warning In attitude of suppression nor of Monday-Wednesday Thursday-Friday
a letter appearing In today's Alligator people being forced into repeat-
and said copies of the letter ing only the "party line" when gfl' September 28 -
are being mailed to all merchantswho questioned by foreigners.Jose October 2 ALPHA EPSILON PI ALPHA CIO OMEGA
regularly advertise in the Norman, an Englishmanand Pr ALPHA TAU OMEGA ALPHA DELTA PI
paper. member of the American Com- BETA THETA PI
mittee for Free Cuba, spoke October 5-9
"Apparently one or more individuals against recognition. "To accept Y DELTA TAU DELTA ALPHA EPSILON PHI
: are helling advertising __ Castro would be to accept a man KAPPA ALPHA ALPHA OMICRON PI
and collecting In advance .. for a who has said he will be the first KAPPA SIGMA
magazine! published off campus," man to bomb the U.s.; to accepta
he said. "The problem Is that man of violence and hatred for October 12 15 (Monday and Tuesday) (Wednesday and Thursday)
they have left the Impression with the United States and to recognizea / (four days) ALPHA GAMMA RHO CM OMEGA
at least two merchants that they murderer of his own country," rrj : cm PHI DELTA DELTA DELTADELTA
represent UP Student Publications, said Norman. CHI LAMBDA CM ALPHA
Including The AllliMtor. They do Referring to Dellinger's statement DELTA UPSILON
not." on the building reforms and r ., October 19 23
According to Ppperlieimer: only new hospitals In Cuba, Norman pm DELTA THETA DELTA GAMMA
three individuals are authorized said, "In Castro's building plans f.'F .C' pm GAMMA DELTA DELTA Pra EPSILONpm
to sell advertising! for The Alligator they seem to have forgotten the KAPPA TAU KAPPA ALPHA THETA
and the New Orange Peel. concentration camps and missile PI KAPPA ALPHA
He Identified thorn .is advertising pads." lie told of friends In hos- PHI EPSILON PI
manager Gary M.lturkeandsales-I pitals on the island having to bring ; October 26 30
men Charles Steadliam and Ronald their bed and
own sleep with t PI LAMBDA PHI KAPPA DELTA
Tyo. Merchants should ask for roaches.Delllnger.
SIGMA
MU
ALPHA EPSILON PHI
Identification of salesmen, If they had played down the SIGMA cm ZETA TAU ALPHA
are In doubt, ho noted. existence starvation on the
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. Victory Celebration Prompts ActionAGNES I


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done SG with morale commission
by -
FOWLES asm generated according to SG night. Radio station WRUF represented -
Staff Writer president Ken Kennedy. Need for complete cooperation by Ken Small at the chairman Jennie Loudermllk

Concern over after-game A plan accepted by those parti- with the athletic department was meeting, will keep students abreastof In charge.
members of the SG
victory celebrations togethera cipating in the discussion calls stressed by Dean of Men FrankT. the rally. Wood for a huge Among spon-
sored discussion Lester L.
group of UF leaders yesterdayto for a rally after each away game-- Adams. Coach Percy M.Beard bonfire at the practice field will were:
Hale dean of student affairs FrankT.
discuss a positive program win, lose, or tie--in tribute to assistant athletic director, will be provided by UF Plants and ;
Adams dean of Ken Ken-
with effective planning for containing the football team. Students will keep SG workers posted on team Grounds. men;
the generally riotous atti- gather almost immediately after arrivals. This will make it possi- General concensus favored these nedy, SG president; Percy M.
tude shown by UF students without the LSU game In order that spon- ble for students to form a motor- programs honoring the Gators. Beard, assistant director of ath-
losing the spontaneity and enthusl- taneity would not be lost. Sound cade to meet the football players at Ultimate planning Is now being letics; Bill Pinney, head cheerleader -
trucks will herald them Saturday the airport. ; Ken Small, WRUF repre-
sentative; Calvin C. Greene, Jr.,
Doyourlaundry Plants and Grounds director;

while you shop VOTE Party MeetingContinued Barry campus Benedict police.,IFC president;and

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( from Page 1)) "When Student Government (SG) ministration for us I n C SG station-
gets so afraid of the press that it ary as "poop shots'*
Legislature Council, Earl Barker, has to discredit the press in frontof Hendrick again reiterated his ElectionsContinued
gave his reasons for making the the dorms, then perhaps the earlier accusation that the Gator

.' political Hendrick switchover.criticized recent remarks situation Is bad," Hendrick re- Party has a majority of Its cam- ( from Page 1))
marked. "I think they (Gator paign planks to complete. "This
:
EveryKOIN 10th Loa FRE reportedly made by Pres. Party) ought to be more defensive Student Government has completed TOLBERT AREA
Ken Kennedy in dorm hall talks In
toward student the of its SG "
property, exP 18 per cent platform,
KLEEN which Kennedy Is said to have made Larry Abbo: Eric Dohogne
Ide t continued. lie 67 not
res n was he repeated, 12 of planks,
several Jabs at the Alligator. Hubert Gary Miner
7O4 W. Univ. Ave. criticizing the Gator Party Ad- 35 per cent or 49 per cent and not Soulby
-- HUME HALL
61 per cent.
Hendrick attributed the loss of
last spring's election campaign to Charlie Gore Skip Berg
the fact that "they were hungry Robin Sentell Bob Harper

and we were fat." BROWARD HALL

Barker, whose "jump" late last
week caused a momentary stir on Sharon Keglovits Peggy Cartier i

campus political circles, said the Sally Stidham Carolyne Sachs

biggest reason for his switch was JENNINGS HALL
that "I don't feel Gator Party Is

fulfilling the (?) mandate the Judy Flndelssen Carol Samuels
Student body has given It." Jeanne Kalll
"I do question," he said,

"whether there has been any con- GRAHAM AREA (MEN)
crete achievements,"Barker said.

"I feel the Legislative Council Ted Flelland Mike Hannan
ought to be Independent from the

executive branch," he added. GRAHAM AREA (WOMEN)

COLLEGE PICTURE-TAKING SCHEDULE I
PetitionsObtained Carol L. Shlckel

September 28 October 2 Education RAWLJNGS HALL
Medicine

Sherry Sanders Arlene H. Caplan
October 59October Arts and Sciences The number of petitioned student YULEE AREA

signatures necessary to place the
12-15 Journalism and Communicationsfour chancellor qualifications amend- Carl Hultgrcn Pam Bacharach
( days) Architecture and Fine Arts ment on the Thursday ballot have FLAVETI 1
been obtained and exceeded by

V October 19 23 Business Administration several hundred, according to Hubert L. Pippin Andy Percival
g Honor Court Clerk Steve
FLA VET 11
October 2630November Engineering Cheese man.

The petitions merely place this Dewey Burnsed J." kiD" Huller
2-6 Nursing: amendment on the ballot. In order
FLAVET 111
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Stan Brantley (Mr. Brantley has
AgricultureHealth become part of the Student Government -
been co-endorsed by Vote
Related Services constitution, it will be
Party.)
Pharmay necessary that (1) one-fourth of SCIIUCT VILLAGE
Forestry the student body vote Thursday on
S. Bloom None
the amendments, and that (2)) of Terry
those approximately 4,000 students CORRY VILLAGE
'uwIES: Monday through Friday Apply I Room 200
half vote YES.
5:00 P.M. over
12:00 Florida Union Edwin Stuart Floyd Price
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Prcs. Reitz Was Justified



President J. Wayne Reltz of the University of Florida Is a

tall man. In our estimation he stands taller than ever after his

straight-from-the-shoulder attack on the proposed 1965budgetfor.

capital outlay to serve the building needs of Florida's collegesand 0
universities. His Indignation was Justified.

Under the proposed building program, the UF's urgent and
obvious building needs would hardly be touched. Except for

essential renovations and repairs the "high priority" requestsof

the University are being pushed down on the list to make room

for new buildings on new campuses where the student "bulge"
has not yet started.Mr. t, ; rt" .J. !
,,' I '
Culpepper and Company seem eager to distribute the state's t..

largess on a geographical basis or some other formula pulledout
of the authoritarian hat that Ignores the student population

factor, the Imperative need for replacing the disreputable makeshift :
structures into which UF students are crowded, and the 4

plight of many programs that are operating In cramped and
crummy quarters that wouldn't be tolerated In a respectable

high school. TOM JONES STRIKESI I

We could, at this point, refer to our previous contention (and
warning) that dotting the map with new pinheads to mark the __ _

location of new colleges Is no guarantee of a high-class educational APODOSIS
LETTERS
system. The state has certainly proved its fecundity by prolific :

begetting.It .
must now prove its prudence and parental responsibility
by providing for its offspring equitably and fairly as their needs
develop--not according to the king's whim, 01 by political Endorsement Protest Something I AteRICK

bargaining, or the drawing of straws, but judiciously and

Impartially.The .
state's first obligation is to those institutions that have EDITOR: SCHUSTER

struggled through the lean years with limited funds and "make
I the recent endorsementof Columnist
strongly protest
do" budgets and have helped to bring educational distinction to
President Johnson. The Alligator is the
the state through the sheer will and effort of loyal faculties
official of the whole student body which
and administrators hampered by legislative deprivation and the paper I think it all started when I Joined CLYDE.Or .
Includes Goldwater supporters.The .
paternal parsimony of the "state fathers." group many maybe it was something I ate. But I thinkI
Is not In the same position as ordi-
Admittedly conditions have Improved--but needs have multiplied. paper simply agreed too heartily with some of the
and has no right to take! suchan
i In the light of doubling enrollments and corresponding demandsfor nary newspapers things I bothered learning in school and college.
official stand.Goldwater .
adequate facilities, equipment, and personnel there is no Because In case some of you do not know, I
supporters do have recourse to
cause for complacency. Many departments at the Universityare was defeated for the Opinion section editorshipof
letters to the editor and I that they make
urge
In an advanced stage of rickets from chronic undernourishment the New Orange Peel, and I wasn't even
use of It. This, however, is inadequate to offset
and continued "underprivileged" status. against anyone--unless you count Gerry Richman
the unfair advantage given to Johnson
Said President Reitz In his firm protest to the Board, "If there supporters and Bob .Wilson, who are on the Publications
by such use of the editorial. The
strong feelings
are political considerations in this budget, leave those to the Election Board.
of the editors, which you plead as excuse are
,
legislature where they belong. Make your own priority based on The entire situation is so ludicrous, it is
actual need." There Is no word mincing here. This Is a frank and no justification for It. pathetic. I unhesitatingly feel I lost only because

straightforward statement, blunt but sensible, made with dorsal I had the courage of my conviction and wrote
rigidity and without apolo y.It is the kind of statement the situation Danny Gall McElrath, 4AS last week's column. It seems Richman could not

demanded. understand how I could ever hold such a view.
Dy nature President Reitz Is a mild man. But mildness can be EDITOR'S NOTE: The column by At this point, I can understand his not under-

deceptive. As an administrator .he is logical and conscientious, Don Davis, "From the Third standing. After all -- he has been taught to bea
a man who will compromise under the pressure of political Floor," normally appearing on good American and therefore always vote.

necessity (as all good administrators must) but who leaves no this page each Wednesday, will Besides, he has a Blue Key, and therefore
one In doubt about what he thinks is right. appear in tomorrow's Issue In- represents a vested Interest.
Sometimes it takes a little ire and a little fire, together with stead. Poor Richman looked downright perplexed.So .

some firm language, to get a balky mule moving In the right- I explained to him. I do not advocate this

direction. (This Is a bit of rural wisdom that has no personal The Verb 'To Do' viewpoint of not voting, on a national basis.
application.) We have never been prouder of the UF president I even think you should vote in state and local
than when he stood up straight in meeting and spoke his mind-- elections. On these levels, ultimate

without bothering to be mild about It. We shall not demean it EDITOR: responsibility for power rests In the voting

by calling It Intestinal somethlng-or-other.1t was, to our way of public. But jn this campus, the situation is

thinking, an example of spiritual and Intellectual courage.Or As different. Power here does not exist in a vacuum
an Englishman, I feel it duty to
my answera
maybe it was a new brand of Reitzlsh Indignation. If so, It's query on the English language, posed in the with Just SG and the students. There is also the
brand like.EDITOR'S
a we editorial column of "The Alligator" on Sept. administration among other forces. In this
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context If the structure of studenttogovernment
21. It refers to the meaning of the phrase "Howdo ,
NOTE: The above editorial appeared in The students
breaks down the
you do? an expression usually reserved relationships ,
Gainesville Sun this week. We are reprinting it here becausewe
have valid alternative in protesting
for use when one is being Introduced to a a political
person
feel it is worthy of greater readership on campus. for the first time. against the system by not participating in the

function of voting. Third parties only change

The verb "to do" is one which is considerably the SG administration; they don't change the

overworked, both in conventional and slang use. system.But .
Torn JOl1t'SBu 'Gator. But here it has a specific meaning, referring to I guess Richman was afraid no one would

one's health or condition and arises from the vote for his amendments. I offended Bob Wilson

verb "to fare" (fare well, badly, etc.) In this when I stated I felt such an issue could give the
connection it has parallels in the Old French, students something to build "spirit" around. I
Tom Jones Is still playing pranks, but off the screen and U "Comment le faites-vous?" and the Latin"Quid offended everyone else when I said I realizedthat
the form of phone calls to The Alligator. Leaving his and
anonymous agis? BSP held an ax over the NOP's head
traditional realm of old England, our self-named Tom Jones that NOP would have to please them In orderto
made a call to the editorial office this week claiming to be a The use is by no means a recent Innovationin survive. And I destroyed any spark of hope

"V.O.T.E. Party sympathizer" with a hot tip about an alleged our language, but can be traced back to the when I said I could not respect any universitythat

$300 bad check passed by Gator Party Treasurer Charlie Plumb fifteenth century.One century later,Shakespearewrites will not open itself to criticism, even if

last weekend to an Ocala printer. In Henry IV: "How doth the good Knight? it were considered "way out" criticism.In .

With much apprehension and doubt we called the treasurerof may I aske how my lady his Wife doth?". short, I looked for too many open minds In
said Gator Party who was at his fraternity house, not the Now that I have answered your query, Mr. what Is called the most liberal university in

Ocala Jail. About the only connection he could find with reality Editor, perhaps you will answer mine. What the Southeast. So BSP took away my candy
and Tom' tale was the cancellation of a check to a Gainesville do you mean by using a singular pronoun witha because I suggested their brass buttons were

printing company for unsatisfactory printed "poop" this fall, plural verb? tarnished and their gold bicycle was rusting.I .
a matter which is soon to be settled between printer and partyIn shall not hold my breath and turn blue.I have
the near future. Peter K. Pringle 6JM But
not beat my breast or rent my garments.
The Alligator tries to get the news, minus political slander I because
cannot work on the NOP at any time now
and rumor, In spite of the Tom Jones' on campus. According (ED. NOTE: Good grief, you're right. I I refuse to tolerate working under a micro-
to higher political party officials, the prank-playing "Toms"in did. Guess that must be one of the multitudeof scope.

campus parties are usually well-meaning political underlings ways that you can tell an Ignorant under- What I shall do, is endeavor to articulatethe
who hinder than help the party cause. graduate from
more a grad student. Hope that need for a new system of student government -
Tom Jones in politics will never die. But hopefully, for the answers your query. Thank you for answering in this respect I still urge you not to
sake of their respective political parties, they'll keep their mine. I didn't know "to fare" and "to do" vote tomorrow for the Leg Council candidates.As .

pranks confined to tearing down election poop, instead of slinging meant the same thing. But then, like I said, of yesterday no one at the Gator Party
the mud of half-truths at the opposition. I'm Just an Ignorant undergrad. Thanks again.) information booth,knew who the candidates were.



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Saturday Night Riot Out Of ProportionEDITOR



: had been building for a long time --and, Indeed, mester. Students are after all very concernedfor
shows no sign of relenting until there Is a basic their futures, and for the most part they
change In the current trimester system.Throughthis are unwilling to jeopardize later security for
As I write at 3:15 a.m. on Sunday morning, riot students, consciously or unconsciously, anything they may do now. But this riot occurred
a large number of University of Florida students were saying many things. Students were pro- after this fall trimester was only three weeks
have been engaged In a riot which may still testing the arbitrary, unstudied manner In which old. If the pressure of schoolwork and over-
be running Its course. The riot Is unquestionablythe the state legislature enacted the trimester crowded bodies can cause a riot now, there Is
largest I have experienced since coming to system. Students were reacting against controlof nothing to guarantee that they won't happen later,
the UF lithe fall of 1961. The riot was com the university system by men who largely when work will tend to be heavier,though bodies
pletely out of proportion to the results of the know nothing about the complexities Involved a will be slightly less crowded.It .
Fla.-Miss. St. game which triggered it. A riot modern university situation. Students were Is easier to react and criticize than It
of this scope and Intensity Is symptomatic of opposing the fact that under the trimester system Is to work for constructive Improvement. The
deeply-rooted shortcomings within the system in their professors are being more overworked and great failure of a riot, besides the fact that It
which It occurs. In this case the riot indicatesthat underpaid than ever and their classes are becoming Is anarchy's foot In the door, Is that It Is
there are severe shortcomings in some more and more crowded while Floridaas essentially negative In character. But my
aspects of the system employed by the Universityof a state is becoming more and more concern as a student and as a citizen of an
Florida. I offer as an opinion that studentsare prosperous. Students wer. rejecting the lie that ordered society Is that, we not denigrate the
confronted with such Intense feelings of there Is no difference between a given numberof significance of this riot. Let us admit the
frustration and confinement under the pressuresof hours under the semester system and an equal riot for what It Is -- a symptom of a structuraland
the trimester system that a crack in the number of hours under the trimester system. administrative disease within our univer-
shell of tranquility containing these pressures Is Students were declaring that too much pressurecan sity system; and, more Important, let us set
enough to cause a major explosion. In this break them. Students were asserting that about to find a cure for the disease.
Instance the crack was caused by Florida's things must change.
victory over Miss. St. But the underlying tension Perhaps no more riots will occur this trl- Julian Brown, 4AS


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Sports Editorno

This has been the worse have a good
practice tomorrow
practice short and said tie woulddo
active session this year" said we won't be prepared to be on the same thing today If things You saw it first in this column. Last Thursday I mentioned plans
iorida Coach Ray Graves as the the same field with LSI'." didn't imprcne. were afoot to send busses to the FSl' and Georgia Games Sure enough,

ators ran through drills yes- "I don't know what it is," the During the short practice, the! Monday morning we wake up and there I is j story staring us rightIn

[rday. Bull Gator said. "The heat and Gators worked on stopping LSI'offensie the face saying Uu busses are going.
("There's nothing quite like play- little bruises make: us look tired." plays and also on the The TV angle\ is still trying to be uncowred. Of course this would

; LSU in their stadium at night," Calling the whole practice a kicking game. The Florida coach take some cooperation un the part of FSl'

ach Graves said, "and if we don't wasted day ," Graves cut the: think the game Saturday could lx The Gator must certainly be rated as the surprise team of the

derided by a field goal just like South so far thin season. Not too man> people gave them much of a

FRESHMEN ONLY tt. Mississippi State, anti he's chance to accomplish much during the season even though they did
keeping Dob Lyle and Jimmy Hallin have the material; for a good tt>Jm.

shape. They have turned the tables on the critics and sports writers and
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"1St' will definitely U the have come up with a real hot combination of desire, hustle and ability.
RIGHT! We are trying to the Freshmen
trap only--- roughest teamte have played This combination has given the Gators .2-0-0 rvcord which many

ssuming the others have seen the I light We this year" Grates, commented. thought would bo Impossible before the se.i>on started.

auld like to have you get into theheater "Some people: say the noise in The LSI game could steppingstone* to greatness for this season's
IA1( Tiger Stadium gives them more squad. Florida Has mentioned as getting some votes for top ten honors

than a touchdown advantage." this week. If they play as they hive Uvn since this young season
habit I You haven't tried it? DON'T Graves said linebacker Jim started they could get past 151'' and sneak Into the top ten.

KNOCK[ IT! Bring your I ID (Yours, that is) by and Bernhardt was the: only pl.1yerwho Of course the Tigers will have soim'thlng to say about this. Theyare
would miss the LSU contest because always rough, especially on their home Held. Graves considers
let us give you a FREE PASS of injuries in the State them one of the toughest defensive teams h,> will face and the best

to the NO BOX TOPS I game. team we have faced all year
Dernhardt has a fractured Little: Pat Screen will certainly: give the Gator defense fits. Last
NO STUPID JINGLES !
knuckle and will be outtour weeks, game against Rice he completed 16-23 passes for over 100 yards.

Just bring yourself and according to Graves. He was always noted as a runner but this seems lo establish him asa

your I ID by and pick up Graves hopes both the weatherand passing threat also.
minor injuries will Improvethe LSU's performance against Rice was an impressive one. Rice Is
your pass, good anytime rest of the week so the Gators supposed to be one of the best teams in the Southwest Conference.

This big deal ends tonight at 6 PM. will be near full strength when They didn't score against the rugged LSU defense
they go into the Tiger den. This Indeed will be the acid test for Florida.
I-----Try to pick them up between I p.m. and 6 p.m.if '

you can as our flicks are SO FINE that we're usually -

jammed up at night. BE LOOKIN' FOR YOU Graves Lauds Defensive Starwin."lie I



AMERICAN RECORD GUILD PRESENTS Although there a re some aspectsof made 10 tackles and three easy task, but for the first

the Florida defense which head assists by film count and that's two games the PensacoU senior
F EE T coach Kay Graves wants correctedthis quite a performance." has made It look so an' Hlchbourg

week, the play of middle guard Gator head defensive coach Gene has come up with IB tackles and

Dill Richbourg isn't one of them. Ellenson is more concise in his six assists in wins over SMU and
LR ALBUM OF YOUR CHOICE "Richbourg has never played a regard for Richbourg. MisiUslppt State.

finer defensive game than he did "U there's a better middle guardin Gator offensive I coaches were

WHEN YOU ORDER ANY 3 Saturday night against MississippiState the league we have yet to see also well ph>.I'It'd' with the efforts
: ," said Graves alter viewing him." In the State victory. Especially
OF THESE FINE QUALITY
QIOO films of the last-ditch 16-13 Gator Playing on the center's nose is encouraging was the work of the

ALBUMS AT ONLy. . .. --- --.---------- -- offensive HIM.

***** *********, Pass protection was good,giving
quarterbacks Steve Spurrier und
NOT A RECORD CLUB, NO OBLIGATION TO ORDER AGAIN Tom Shannon time to throw and

fl W.II2S THE GIRL FROM O W.IMI JAZZ FESTIVAL. M. Fer- :aiding no end in the second
IPANEMA. KUion. C. Terry, T W IINon. R. Jonea. 1 straight contest in which the
n W..... HAWAIIAN HOLIDAY. nil* MILLION SELLERS OF THE opposing team was unable to pick
Song of the Inland. lU'd..1 Paradine. THIRTIES. 101 Strlnt.
off Gator aerial.
othert. n Zli MILLION SELLERS OF THE a
n W.MH INTERNATIONAL POP FOURTIES. 101 Strlniti.P Although there were no particular -
ORCHESTRA VISITS THE: WORLD'S 11* MILLION SELLERS OF THE standout In he offensiveline
FAIR. Danny Roy Tartu Momla. BOOTS
Colonel Bogey, 11th.,.. FIFTIES. 101 Strings.n Coach Ed Kensler reportedthat
SELLERS OF THE
HI MILLION
0] W.M2T DANCIN' HITS. Chubby SIXTIES. 101 Strlnn. all linemen received good
Checker. Bobhy Rydell. The Dnvelli.De .
grades.
Dee Sharp, The Orl..n. n III RAY CHARLES SINGERS.
Quirt moment The poise/ and pcrclslon of
P CX-IIJ MEL TOKME VELVET
MOODS. I Surrender Dear, I'm Getting n W RAY CHARLES SINGERS.Far Spurrier's play at quarterback; was
Sentimental! Over You. etr. Away Place
an Item of beauty to coache's.lietook
n W.M4 LET'S POLKA. Too Fat Ol *l RHAPSODY IN BLUE. tht learn to field goal territory
Polka. Finger Polka, other. MARCHES.
HUM SOUSA HATS
In the final 27 second 23
PI W. 'M MAYNARD FERGUSON. (nu") SOUL OF SPAIN. 101 String. .
yard in three clutch to
Riiua; Nova d> Funk. Danny U..,. passer
Val. t.
Country n..,. other. ,p Uti SOUL OF SPAIN. end Charles Ca.sey.
101 String
PI W.|.n SONGS FROM HELLO. n US EXODUS THEME MUSIC. 101 "That's the story of last wevk'n
DOLLY.. FUNNY GIRL. and Walnr "
String !game, now saysGraves.
PI W-Mtl LOVE ME: WITH ALL n IM I LOVE PARIS. 101 String L "(1)U U next and they are

night TOUR You're HEART.The Let'a Greatest Make other Love.To HIM* AROfND THE WORLD IN very definitely thv Htrongrkt team
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1 Coed Takes Voting Woes

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News
CampusSDX BriefsBloc


SmokerA Seating To County CommissionersPam


4JM as oath as required oy state law. County attorney, Wayne M.
Sigma Delta Chi smokerIs Independent organizations Robinson, acting
football bloc "Students are not aware of their Carlisle objected,"Merely signing
scheduled tonight at 8 Interested in "trial case" for voter registration -
o'clock In Johnson Lounge at seating will meet from 7 to of UF students In Gainesville, rights under the law,"Wilson said. an oath does not relieve the regis-

the Florida Union. 8:30 tonight in the Florida appeared before the Alachua "When the registrar ask them trar of her duty.
home is they naturallysay "U a student comes In and says
All old members and any Union auditorium. County Commissioners yesterday, where their ,
Journalists Interested In join- Representatives from Independent represented by her attorney, their parents home. Actually, he meets all the qualifications,
Ing the professional Journal- organizationsshould Richard Wilson. their home Is where they Intendto plans to reside In Alachua County,
bloc before live. and signs the oath, then he Is
istic society are Invited. attend. All seating Miss Robinson appeared
Journalism professor John tickets must be in to Student the Commissioners because she "A lot of the law is In the registered," Mrs. Bethea said.

Paul Jones will be guest Government by Friday noon. was not allowed to register for way it is interpreted. In this "But In this particular case, the

speaker. Coffee and donuts the Nov. 3, elections. particular case, I thiruc she qualifies young lady came in and explainedher
will be served Circle K MeetsAll as a resident and should have case to me, and told me she

Wilson, acting as her spokesman the right to vote. If she is will was from out of state, and didn't

WSA CoffeeThe male students are invited emphasized that she had met ing to sign the oath and register, plan to live here after graduating.So .

annual Women Student's to attend the Circle K the resident requirements, and the registrar Is relieved of responsibility It was my Judgement, that she

Association (WSA) Presi- Club meeting tonight at 7 in that she was willing to take the ," Wilson said. wasn't qualified to register."
Room 212, Florida Union. Included I
scheduled for
dent's Coffee Is
Oct. 5 at 8 p.m. In Room In the program will be
215 Florida Union. the film, "Miracle on
and Thirteenth Street,"and a short
Dormitory presidents ANT
WSA representatives will dis- 'talk by Bill Fleming,Directorof IMPORT

cuss common problems and the Alumni Association.Housemother .

devise a better communications .
system between the hallson

campus at this time. WSA PI Lambda Phi fraternity

President Vicki Welthorn will welcomes a new housemother,

preside. Mrs. Lou Shepherd, who has NOTICE TO
AnthropologyDr. served in college life since

1952.Mrs. ",
Shepherd comes from
Joseph S. Vandiver,sociology -
the University of Kentucky
will talk on the relationship -
where she served as head resident -
between anthro-
In a woman's resident
pology and sociology
tomorrow night at 730 for home.

members of the Anthropology Spanish ClubThe GAINESVillEMERCHANTS
Club. The club will meet at

the home of Dr. Farah Anne Spanish ConversationalClub

Robinson 3730 SW 18th St. meets Oct. 5, at the

International Center at 7:30

Growl TryoutsIn p.m.


order to clear up some
confusion concerning the date AED MeetsAlpha

of Gator Growl tryouts, skit
I Epsilon Delta, national -
tryouts will be held Oct. 7
honorary pre-med and
at 6 p.m. in the Plaza of the ,
pre-dental fraternity, has '
Americas.
scheduled Its first meeting

tomofrow at 7 p.m. in Leigh

Spirit Cap Sale Hall 207. Dr. Pattishall,

chairman of admissions at the 4I

Spirit caps are on sale at UF Medical School, will speak

the Hub for $1. Representing about admissions policies and

enthusiasm and school the' new dental school at the ,,'
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spirit, this traditional cap can UF.All I4 .n ro

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