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FloridaVol. The ALL I GATOR

57 No. 19 University of Florida,Gainasville Thursday, Oct. 1 1964


Election Today; Neurobiology Center I

30 Places UpToday Established HereThe

UF announced yesterday J. Wayne Reitz, will help bridgethe administrative procedure
is election day at the UF, as students go to the establishment of a Center for gap between the basic researchscientist researchers of the nervous system
polls to elect some 30 Legislative Council members from Neurobiological Sciences to come concerned with the causesof from the departments of anatomy,

among the university's independents and Gator and Voiceof more firmly to grips with the brain disorders ,and the clinical physiology, and the division of
the Electorate parties. problems of brain disorders and scientist concerned with treat neurosurgery in the College of
The polls will be open from 8 a. m.-6 p.' m. mental health. ment.It Medicine, and the department of
Each student will vote in the living area in which he is
The center, established by Pres.EVERYBODY'S brings together under formal psychology In the College of Arts
registered. AU oft-campus students, Including those livingin and Sciences.
fraternities, sororities and independent living organiza- The university's center for suchan
tions, will vote at the Hub. Voting machines will be locatedIn txchage of research and

the following places: training between these specialized
Murphree Area Archway \Y areas is a pioneer effort amongeducatloal
Tolbert Porch institutions In the
Graham Porch southeast.The .

Hume Porch .. t center has been placed under
Broward Porch the office of the Vice-president
Yulee Porch for Academic Affairs Robert B.
Rawllngs Porch Mautz and a board composed of
Jennings Porch the Dean of the College of Med-
Flavet I Between 319 and 320 icine
Dr. George T. ;Provost -
Flavet II(inside wash room) 'J of the J. mills Miler Health

Flavet in (wash house) Center, Dr. Samuel P. ),f&rtln.
Schucht (in wash house) and College of Arts and Sciences
Correy (in wash house) Dean Ralph E. Page. J t will
The Hub(for all off-campus students) operate through existing depart-

ments and draw faculty and facilities -
from these departments.
Co-directors named are Dr.

Frederick A. King, associate research

Charley Johns professor of neurosurgeryin
the College of Medicine and

associate professor psychology
In the College of Arts and Sciences,
and Dr. Donald C. Goodman, professor -
Quits Committee of anatomy in the College

of Medicine.
Mautz aids "The university- t

TALLAHASSEEFlaXUPI-Sens. Jonns Indicated he wasn't happy wide cross-fertilization of subject t

Charley Johns, Starke, and Robert with the committee's work since NOT for Barry Goldwater; or ar areas related to the nervous
Williams, Graceville, resigned the 1963 session renewed it with system will strengthen graduateand
yesterday from the Legislative Investigating a $155,000 appropriation. least not all the local vandals. This sign promot- post-doctoral: training in the

Committee and the Senate "The only thing the committee ing the presidential candidate is located north of neurobiological sciences;
President said they will not has accomplished during this interim facilitate exchace of Information
the U.S. 441. (Photo by Carolyn John-
be replaced. Is to get two reports out campus on between students and researchers;

Both resignations from the often taken from prior records of the ston) and .timulatenAter research and
controversial group were sparkedby committee," he said in his letterof cooperation in the fields of the

a walkout Director John Evans resignation sent Senate nervous system."It .

and the committee staff last month President Wilson Carraway.His PrtESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN is a training program cap-
and the resulting lack of time comments and Evans' letterof able of fulfilling contemporary
available to produce a legislative resignation differed somewhatover scientific needs," he said.
program for the 1965 session. accomplishments of the com- He said Joint research projects
mittee. Evans told Chairman Rep.R. LBJ May Ban y Hits already exist between the depart-
O. Mitchell that the committee ment of psychiatry and members
had no investigative program of the Center for Neurobiological
prior to his taking over as staff Sciences. As the center develops
Students May director. But he listed several accomplishments Visit Europe Demos HardCOLUMBUS other areas of the biological

made during his sciences such as chemistry,pharmacology -
tenure of office. and biology are expectedto
The committee drew take an active role, he said.
Be considerable ctltlclsm recentlywith WASHINGTON (UPI-President OhloUPI-S The center grew out of a doc-
SuspendedTwo Johnson wants to make Goldwater slashed at the
publication of a pamphlet about a peace Barry toral training program which has
pilgrimage to Europe within weeks Johnson administration on a variety -
homosexuals. The purple colored been In existence for five years
alter the Nov. 3 electlon-lf he subjects yesterday during
booklet included a dictionary of u* between the department of
UF students are in danger homosexual terms and Included wins. And he hopes to meet soon a whirlwind iUstop campaign anatomy, psychology and physiology -
of suspension as a result of the pictures of homosexual activities. after with Soviet Premier Nlkita through Ohio.Coldwater. and the division of neurosur
riots after the broadcast of the S. Khrushchev. opened his day at gery. It's formal organization will
UF Mississippi gene Saturday The immediate goal Is to meet Middletown by declaring "there Increase the ability of departments
night. Chiefs in Paris in Nov. or Dec. with must be a better way" than the to attract first-rank

The students were arrested during Food officials of the North Atlantic President's program for running graduate students and postdoctoral
the riots and were brought Treaty Organization (NATO). He foreign aid. At Dayton, he accused fellows and faculty of excellence
before the UF disciplinary com- Quit Plan also hopes for visits with indivi the administration of managed in these specializedareas
mittee yesterday. dual leaders Including French: news and a policy of "lies and Mautz said.Continued .
Charles B. catalina, 21, 1509 President Charles de Gaulle,West lies and elect and elect."
Gay H. Welborn, directorof ( On Page 2))
German Chancellor Erhard Before his
NE 15th St., charged with resisting Ludwig biggest campaign ... .
arrest and disorderly conduct UF Food Service, huannoun and the British Prime Ministerwho crowd of the day at Columbus,
d that the five-day and will from Britain'sOct. Coldwater said the administrationwas CorrectionIn
and Edward D. MacKay, 22, emerge
30CK NW 16th St., charged with seven-day meal ticket plans 15 election.Johnson "trying to sweep Johnson'swar
will no longer be offered after yesterday's edition, Tb
the same offenses, were tried in is convinced: that his In Viet Nam under the ruf.
city court Tuesday. this week. first big task, i/ elected, must The crowds in the traditionally Alligator erroneously reportedthat .
Catalina was released Sundayon "We're going to continue to be to advance the cause of world Republican area through wich be Richard Wilson represented
bonds totaling $560 and was honor our trimester meal peace. He considers this his No. campaigned cheered lustily. Party Miss Pam Robinson in her
tickets," he said. "However, attempt to register to vote when
sentenced to pay $35 or serve 1 mission now that such domestic officials said they were pleased
20 days in JalLFrank due to lack of participation problems as a tax cut and with UK reception: of hit twodayswing she appeared before County
deal of time Commissioners Tuesday after
and the great
civil out of through 11 congressional
T. Adams, dean of men, rights legislation are
involved in auditing and controlling noon.
said the disciplinary committeehas the way. districts. He followed the same
made recommendation to Pres.J. the fire-day and His desires are known to Include route as former Vice President Wilson was representing
seven-day plans will have to : Richard M. Nixon in 1900, when M r I. Alma Deaths, Aladraa
Wayne Reltz but decisionhas
at the
been made yet. be discontinued. A trip to Parts In November Nixon carried Ohio by 213,000 County voting registrar,
"We will consider continuing meeting and not Miss cbtuoD.
"Pres. Reitz will have to look to speak to NATO parliament 'votes. Ohio COP Chairman RayC.
the trimester plan said crowds alone the The Alligator recognize its
arians. These representatives of Bliss
the case over and study it before again la January if there is mistake and sincerely apologizes -
than those which
European parliaments are an unofficial gray were larger
decision win be made, Dean "
any indication of enough interest. to Mr. Wilson.e .
Adams said. adjunct of NATO. turned out for Nixon.

tIlt lIT: I

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. Frank Philpott: Teacher Businessman, WriterBy I

Sun--took a few minutes Tues- and without the stamina JA'. as you can," Philpott told the "Just like newborn calves and
"Thomas Jefferson used to day morning from his tennis' ferson may have possessed, 30-some boys. they've been born 20 years!
i run two miles a day,but nowadays physical education class at the still has room to talk: He Is "This Is some treat,"mut usnups. Come up smiling and
these kids go out for a courts in front of MurphreeHall. 56. tered one beginning tennis dancing and then head for the
coke and a doughnut instead,"' "I fear there are more player. Several were obvi- showers."
said the Jovial, portly man lie spoke of physical exer- sandwiches eaten than laps ously having difficulty with the Philpott teaches 16 tennis
| with a faded blue cap pulled cise and sports and how a lot run," bemoaned Philpott. assigned task."What's classes a week. He spends
tightly over his head. of students do not get enough "Some guys won't walk the matter?" the between 5 and 6 p.m. Monday
"Things just aren't the of either. On the courts three blocks if they can hitcha coach ribbed one of them. through Friday and all day
way they used to be," he said, surrounding him, Phllpott's ride." "You got a bad knee?" Saturday at the Frank Philpott
dark eyeglasses combiningwith freshmen and sophomore boys The class was about over, "I got a bad everything"was Sports Center on NW 14th Ave.
the cap to obscure half wear busily pounding tennis and Philpott blew a whistle to the reply, and Main St.
his face. balls over, under, and into the assemble the boys for calis- "This gives you an idea The middle of each week
He wore tennis shoes anda nets. thenics. how weak-legged most of them Philpott types out an outdoor
blue University of Florida In general, boys are better "Don't be last. Come get are," explained Philpott. column for Thursday's Sun.
coaching uniform. His name filled out now but their staminaIs your desert. You've had your (!, ,A ",' 'v
was woven In small letters not extremely high, said meat and potatoes," shouted
across his chest: Philpott.Dr. Philpott, who holds a doctorateIn the Instructor, clapping his
Frank Philpott--ten- physical education from hands eagerly. ,
nls Instructor, sporting goods ,New York University. Phil- "Point one foot out like a
store owner and column wri- pott, carrying about 200 ballet dancer and squat up and
ter for the Gainesville Dally pounds on his squatty frame down on one leg as many times i
,',k'''' ''..'N-'''.. .u_ _' ,v' ",p., ,N .. *,n 'y,, ,,,,",,,,,w' ">,, ., n v "
i : /. _: ,

. Hilda Aims At Gulf CoastNEW J r J

Christi, Tex., warned people to storm, traveling on a path almost -
ORLEANS (UPI) Hurri- stay off the gulf shore at Padre, Identical of that of disas-
cane Hilda aimed straight at the St. Joseph and Mustang Islands trous Hurricane Carla in 1961, :ci. .
Gulf Coast with 80 mile-an-hour where rising waters and 22 mlle- had forced evacuation of low-ly
winds Wednesday. The Texas, an-hour winds foretold the advance ing areas on the Isle.
Louisiana, Mississippi and Ala- of the eighth tropical blow of the Fishing boats were washed
bama coasts braced for it. season. ashore as Las Casas River rose
The weather bureau at Corpus Radio Havana reported the on the island.
The tiny southeast Louisiana
parish county of Cameron, where
500 died in Hurricane Audrey in
Quotable CenferContinued 1957, planned for removal of residents -
r to high ground.The .
storm, which built to hurricane -
Quotes ( From Page 1)) size earlier Wednesday, had .'
gale winds extending 120 miles
King said that while the centerIs north and east; 60 miles to the (
NEW YORK (UPI-spokesman not a clinical training center, southwest. A more northerly .
for the International Longsnore- it will Increase communicationwith course was indicated with a slow
men's Association,on turning downa the clinically trained in the increase both in size and intensity, JAYS ON
proposal to avert a midnight areas of neurology, psychiatry, the weather bureau reported.It '
strike by 60,000 dockers: and neurosurgery."It still was too early to pre- CLASSICS
"We rejected the proposals In is impossible in the modern dict where it would hit, but a
its entirety. We disagreed mostly world to have an understanding hurricane watch was ordered along designed with
with the reduction in the size of brain function by simply beinga the entire Louisiana coast east-
of the work gangs, but ,also take specialist in a single area. ward to Mobile, Ala. the feminine look
exception to everything in the re- 'The basic task of the Center is Sheriff Euda Delcambre of Vermilion -
commendation." to train research specialists con- Parish county said In Abbe- \
presidential candidate Hubert H. cerned with the causes of brain ville the southern portion of the You'll love the pretty way this shirt punctuates your
Humphrey, commenting on the two disorder through the broadest pos- parish has been put on standby separates with classic understatement. Bermuda
presidential candidates: sible exchage with scientists in alert. Vermilion adjoins Cameron. collar;I.and barrel cuffs are the tailoring details that
"We can choose a man whose related areas of study, and at Delcambre said he was concerned create the look you'll wear and wear and wear. In
recklessness in words foretells a the same time,to increase commu- about Peca Island,a coastal settle- oxford cloth. White, blue, maize, pebble, pink.
recklessness In deeds-whose Instinctive nication with specialists concernedwith ment of 300 persons whose only t $3.98Libbye's
zest for belligerence belies clinical applications, King links with the mainland are a \
his professed dedication to said.Three ferry and the road to Cameron.
peace, or we can choose anotherman other scientists in addi- Louisiana state police and local
whose deeds and words in tion to King and Goodman have been police went on 24-hour standby Next to Florida Theater
the world's most powerful office named to daye as the faculty nucleus orders to be ready for duty in an
are the essence of responsibility." of the new center. emergency.
DAYTON, Ohio-Republican
presidential nominee Barry Gold- l
water, after spectators at a cam-
paign rally shouted they would rather -
see President Johnson: AUTO LOANSfor
"If you want Johnson, you are
going to have to haul him out
here, because he's not coming of -v
his own accoi I would like to
have Johnson, too: but for some
reason or another he doesn't want -
to debate." Staff And Faculty Members
---- -

Col. P.W. Thompson, attorney,
represented Pam Robinson at the
County Commission meeting Tues-
day, not Richard Wilson as Incorrectly -
stated in The Alligator
yesterday.Miss .
Robinson, 4JM, was denied O
voter registration InAUchua .
County because her family homeis
in Tennessee. She and Col.
Thompson brought the case before Dial-A-Loan .
commissioners because Miss
Robinson says she has lived in

Gainesville the past four years 376-2250 . .
attending the UF. .
Alpha Tau Omega fraternity has 24 Hours A Day S
placed in Gator Growl preliminaries -
and will partlcpate InGrowl GAINESVILLE FLORIDA CAMPUS .
tryouts Wednesday night at 6 on FEDERAL CREDIT UNON'!
the Plaza of the Americas.

Thursday, Oct. 1 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 3

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,, ..,. ." ,
"'' ""1. ..,. )"" '
; ; ,.
Forum GefsComment
; ,
\ \: i.. p :

jftr ,
; ;/tJ
"I received many phone calls
a last week about things I said
irP during the last political science
forum, and some of them were
r even polite."
This comment came from Dr.

I- 4 Walter A.Rosenbaum,professor of
political science, as he openedthe
second weekly forum at the
University Presbyterian Center
yesterday afternoon. The topic
discussed was the case of the
southern progressive.

Several Goldwater supporterswere
N e ? present to argue the con-

_._ w A servative side. None had been
f present the week earlier to argue
for the southern conservative when
that topic was presented.
Rosenbaum stated that It Is no

t'. 'r longer true In the South that all
f Democrats or all Republicans are
f k ,r f rw r conservative."It .
seems to be a contest between -
the parties to see who can
? / out-conserve who," he said.
'- f f dr He said that there appears to
be two kinds of southern liberals:

.r-: the philosophical progressives,
who represent a minority position
r Ala.1r and are completely liberal In
'} beliefs, and the pragmatic
.0', 1"
progressives, who represent a
'\ H ';
/: .',': } ", : willing much to larger accept group.racial accommo-They are
r t dations to keep peace, and to
'l"J' ,1 \"y ir: "Improve business" In the South.
lie said that the liberal constituency -
..., .
'.: Is located In the urban
areas, and their Influence In the
',,- past has been low because of
"': -apportionment..
"Moderates and liberals In the
South don't get the publicity of the
ty rn. .e, .v..e / tY' f! Y.. 'Io"r.. Ku Klux Klan or schoolhouse-door
I '," ; demonstrations," he said. "Lib

1 d erals will have more say In
southern politics If the reapportionment -
decision sticks."
Speaking for the conservative
N viewpoint Paul K. Helm Gainesville
I ,a -
K eY n wf
.) 1 resident, .ald that he could
not see giving as much
representation to cities where they
are controlled by "machines.

:. "Are we going to have a
constitutional government, or a
Communist Socialist
government?" he asked "I usedto
be a liberal; I voted for both
Humphrey and Stevenson, but thenI
f found out what was really going
on," he said.
There was some disagreement
Arc You A Natural Shoulder Man ? with Rosenbaum as to whetherthe
race Issue Is the big thing
In southern politics. "I don't thinkso

..: If so, you should join the other UP men who have made ," said one woman. "I think It
Is red "
a herring.
,: : store their shopping center. Here /
I our
1' we equate cor- The third. forum meeting In the
rectness and comfort in dress with natural shoulder tail- series will be he Id next Wednesdayat

oring---reflecting the tastes and needs of many of Flo- 12 noon In the University
Presbyterian Center. The
rida's young men. Our clothing and furnishings in distinguished discussion topic will be "What Is

fabrics---imported and domestic---are all Liberal Republicanism' ?"
"I am not trying to be
made to our exacting standards of quality and perfection.Fall Impartial' ," said Rosenbaum, who

Is moderator of these forums. "I

suits from 575 to $95; sportcoats, $3. .95 to $65; am trying' to provoke a good discussion -

:' neckwear from $2.50; button-down and tab collar shirts ;\' on the. topic." .

in a variety of solids and stripes start at $6.50. We invite ; Book Sale

.. to look them I I
r' you over at your leisure. ".
.y/ yM OpensThe

-Featuring; ,. Nottingham Suits, Lord Jeff Sweaters Hathaway Club,Shirtst. .. 10th Annual Book Salt,
.. .,ar }, ,,; wt |t> > sponsored by the Gainesville
.I. ,' t).. "/II> Friends of the Library, will start
", r ;'\.' '. tomorrow and run until Saturday.The .
f sale will be held at the"old

.... building next to city hall," on NE
.. ,. Lit Street Hours will be 9 a.m. to
> )1'
; ,' ;" 'i. .
1 ,\ 1'< Jill'" JI'- :,r:, *",, ,Ii, ', "..",, .ii"..,. w .. I' ..... 'i',) I 3:30 p.m. except Friday, whenIt
< f : : will close at S p.m.

.' -, ",. #, ., ': .. ,' : >,: ." Five to sU thousand books on
... .. '..r' many subjects will be on band
.: >itI' ranging in price from 10 cents to
\ r' I ; '. .tl $" Paperbacks and hardbacks will
f ':" t. ./ ,,, :
-0< / '
"\q i ;t(,.. 1 yYLRJJ, m Drr .. ""' 't' 47 ''' '' be sold.
,. All books will te arranged by
number 6 main street south subject. Proceeds will go to the
Gainesville Public Library.

4 The Florida Alligator Thursday Oct. 1 1964
Page .

I. Campus News Briefs. I Congress Quit For Election Might I

ADS SmokerAlpha Placement Annuals SweetheartsArmy
WASHINGTON (UPI) Senate Dirksen said the question of a
Delta Sigma, pro- College placement annuals Sweethearts are Democratic Leader Mike Mans- possible recess until mid-Novem-
fessional advertising frater- still are available in Florida giving an informal social Mon- field told the Senate yesterdaythat ber was raised,at a meeting of
nity, will sponsor a smoker Union Room 309. This em- day night at 7:30 in Florida administration leaders are the Senate Republican Policy Cora
today at 7:30 p.m. In Florida ployment information for over Union's Johnson Lounge for seriously considering a plan to mlttee Tuesday but was coolly re
Union's Johnson Lounge. All 1,800 business firms throughout girls interested in becoming recess Congress this weekend and ceived.'
majors In advertising and related the UJS. are free while members. Qualifications for bring it back after the November
fields are Invited to they last Sweethearts are a 2.0 overall election.
attend and hear BlllEbersole, scholastic average and free Sen. Bourke B. Rlckenlooper,
Gainesville Sun advertising seventh and eighth periods RIowachairman of the Policy
manager, and Rae O.Weimer, New OfficersSigma either Wednesdays or Thurs- The plan would call for a return Committee told Mansfield he had ]
director of the School of Jour days. Applications are avail- to Washington on Nov. 15, never seen Republicans more unanimously -
nalism, talk on opportunitiesfor Tau, honorary engineering able at the Florida Union main twelve days after the election. opposed.
the advertising man In fraternity, has desk and may be turned in at
today's newspaper Industry. elected James R. Satterwhite, the social.Young Mansfield drew hostile reaction
There also was an outburst of
president; John .Powell,vice from the Republican side when he
Gator Band president; Otis P. Lutz, Democrats asked how the GOP members would frustration In the House over the
of the present session.
secretary; Curtis C.Newberg, feel about meeting the congres- length
The UF Gator Band will treasurer; Preston E. Page, UF Young Democrats Club sional stalemates in this way.
appear In Tiger Stadium Jn historian; Barnett J. Mandell, will man the service booth Two Republicans, including j
Baton Rouge for the football correspondent; These officers across from the Hub But when GOP Leader EverettM. House GOP Leader Charles A. I
game matching the Florida and William L.Sawyer,faculty tomorrow, Monday and Tues- Dirksen asked if the idea of Halleck of Indiana, wondered aloud
Gators with the L.S.U. Tigers advisor, will serve during the day, 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Ma- going home to campaign until mid- whether congressional foot. )
Oct. 3.Tbe. fall trimester. terial on the Democratic party November is under "serious con- dragging might be a Democraticplot
theme of Its portion of and its candidates willbe sideration" on the House side, in this election year.
the half-time entertainment Is available, as well as appli- Mansfield replied: "My answer
"Meet the Band." Featured Greek PartyKappa cations for Young Democrats would be in the affirmative."
sections will be the familiar membership. Two legislative measures are
trumpets and percussion, as Students looking for transportation complicating the rush for adJourn-
well as a newly instrumentsvery Sigs will host' Chi to the courthouse Mansfield raised the recess ment. One Is President Johnson's
similar to the traditional Omegas tonight from 6-7:30. Saturday for voter registration possibility after telling the Senate plan to economically rejuvenate the
French horns but possessingmore Musical entertainment will be may sign at the booth that "prospects are that we will poverty torn Appalachia area.
capability for volume. provided by "The Greeks." for free rides. be in session all of next week" The other is Democratic maneuvering

Instead of being able to finish by to try to obtain passageof
. South Has Lost Power Saturday night as originally hoped. health care le slatlon.'I1niful .

WASHINGTON (UPI) A former fomented by the NAACP." ber if he plans to seek re-elec--
Mississippi congressman said Now TVA Director tion."
yesterday that southern efforts to Smith, now a director of the In all race matters, he said, Q o

keep the Negro from having any Tennessee Valley Authority(TVA), Mississippi's official position has "" -
political power have lost the South made the statement in a book been the most extreme and thus GATOR ADS
Its own political power. published Wednesday entitled Congressman has had to be followed by the
Former Rep. Frank E. Smith, from Mississippi.The rest of the South. For this reason,
whose racial views cost him his book summed up his 12 he said, southen congressmen have
house seat, said: years as a Mississippi congressman little or no voice in decisions as
"Because race Is the beginningand lie said he believed that to the character of legislation the RentNow
the end of every issue in "by working for economic progress majority will pass in the House.

the Deep South, the net effectof without adding my voice to Worked for Kennedy you Can Rent
race politics is that the peopleof the racial clamor, I could make Smith was defeated in 1962 by
the South have disenfranchised some genuine contribution to the Rep. Jamie Whitten,D-Miss.,when [ROLLAWAY BEDS TOOLS ALL TYPES
themselves. gradual elimination of discrimination. the Mississippi legislature merged BABY BEDS LOCAL -, TRUCKS
"In those states that are me- ." Smith's 3rd district with WhItten's PARTY, BANQUET NEEDS TRAILERS
dominated, the voter doesn't even lie said that he and many other 2nd district. The chief weapon used TABLES CHAIRS TOW BARS
i get a chance to pass on the old southern congressmen voted against Smith was that he had DISHES DINNERWARE- GLASSES LADDERS
issue of and civil worked for the election of JohnF.
familiar graft corrup- against rights legislation "in
tion. Malfeasance In office can be the interest of survival" slnra Kennedy as president in 1960 ...And 1,001 Other Items
laughed at if the candidates sweepit "the most moderate member has and supported the Kennedy pro-
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aside as a trumped up issue to vote like the most extreme mem- grams.


...r$ willing to pay good American dough to anybody who can draw, write, or think FUNNY.

Photogenic girls are also needed to spice up the pages between the covers (besides, look what you

can tell your grandchildren many years from now-you can be the first to start a generation of pro..

vocative beauties).

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Thursday! Oct. 1 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 5


I CheatingAbounds
p In '

q it 'f'it'.S! : In Language Labs

f., Cheating Is nearly very flagrant: in the language laboratories at the
University of Florida, according to Chancellor of the Honor Court
t { ?
) Gerald L. Richman.
A S; z
i t' tlt Rlchman visited the basement I
/ I
DPEs Devise
'L u r language laboratory in Anderson
Hall during the Spring Trimester
after a tip from a language stu '
S 4r- dent. The student would not turn Study Buddy'Delta
the cheaters' names in, but suggested
M$ Richman come and see for Phi Epsilon sorority, In

Y himself. an effort to maintain their new
a 4 I Richman said he found language scholarship trophy for next tri-
students taking guises with their mester, has devised a "..tudybuddy"
books open. JUchman'added that system for pledges.
':i' : : the construction of the language Under this new project each
laboratories make It easy for stu- pledge is assigned to a sister who
dents to cheat without being observed aids the pledge in study habits
by other students. ', and various subjects.
Each student has a booth con- I Ina Julius, the sorority's
sisting of a desk, front, and sidesso scholarship chairman, originated
; that the student can be seen only the buddy system earlier this
from the back.Richman month and reports that progress
ar said he reported his has been outstanding.
finding to an Instructor in the "Scholarship Is the most Important
language department. Rlchman aspect of college life and
was told it was up to the Honor the new freshmen must be encouraged
System to stop the cheating. to realize the significance -
The language department told of proper study habits and
Richman that it suspected some class achievement," Miss Julius
cheating was taking place In the
Mrs. J. Wayne Reitz, wife of the university President, will be entertaining the wives of University of language labs.Rlchman said.Pledges
are required to
Florida students and married women students at the annual fall welcoming tea sponsored by the Universityof said he did not take test grades and their partici-reportall
Florida Dames fo be given In her home Saturday from 3:30 to 5:30: p.m. Officers of the Architectureand any students' names when he observed pation In the study hour
Fine Arts 'Dames are pictured as they prepare the Invitations. From left: Mrs. G. Ted McGee, Mrs. them cheating because this their "study buddy." programto
Ted G,,Potzner, Mrs. John F. Curtis Jr. and Mrs. Mel Bryan. Is not the function of the Honor .
Court. Other for
suggestions Improving
Food Service RedecoratingFor The Chancellor returned the next scholarship within the dormitoriesand
week of classes and spoke to the sorority houses was discussed
students. Rlchman said he told Monday evening at the bimonthly
the'students what was taking place Women Student's AssociationWSA

Students' Benefit: Welborn/ and reminded of the Honor them Court.of the principles (Union.) meeting. at the Florida

Richman handed out Honor Court Delta Gamma sorority has reported -

Campus Club and main and key plays of various athletic "This can be done right in the brochures to the students of the that all pledges,and sisters
cafeteria redecorating Is done for events," Welborn added. Campus Club. If a student is language lab. who average under a 2.5 must
the students' benefit, Food Service The pictures, to be placed highon alone at a large table,another per The Honor Court has not received attend study hour during the week
Director Gay II. Welborn said. the Campus Club walls, will son should Join him. This is a any father complaints about from 7 to 10 p.m.
Redecorating the main cafeteria feature football photos during foot place for meeting people-.no one the language labs nor has it received Also, WSA representatives believe -
building Is costing $50,000, ball season and basketball pictures should be shy," he said. any names of students that a more studious<< atmosphere -
Welborn said.Renovating. during basketball season. Welborn pointed out people stand cheating the labs. would prevail within the
includes closing win Welborn said the photography waiting for an empty table and won't The language laboratories are living areas if hall lights were )
dow archways,hanging ner drapes, classes on campus will be Invitedto Join someone sitting alone. used for French, Spanish, and turned off at 7:30 each night. I
painting, buying new tables and display their pictures. The Food Service Director said German. The qulzies are givenat 1
chairs, and reparing roof leaks. "We'll be glad to work with any every two years they paint and repair the end of the lab period over
"Decor means everything in a department on campus who wantsto the main cafeteria building the one way taps. Pox ReportedFORT
restaurant," the director said. display pictures," he said. "The walls were leaking waterso The Honor Code appears on the
"We hope to put pictures in Welborn said socials are held we cut the vines which absorbed true and false quizes.Alumni MYERS, Fla. (UPI) -
the Campus Club of key playersPreservation for people to meet each other. mositure 'to keep the paint from Health officials began a mass vac-
peeling." Plan cination program here Wednesday
Welborn said Food Service Is while doctors sought to determine
And Research constantly updating and remodeling UF Alumni Association will hold If a Negro man has the first case
all its units. Its annual barbecue In the Florida of smallpox reported in floridaIn
"We've got to keep them all Gym from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., nearly 20 ,ellrs.
Purposes Of State MuseumJOE up to d a h or they will be in Oct. 17. It' is open to all alumni In Jacksonville, State Health Officer -
shambles. who contribute, the Alumni Dr. Wilson T. Sowder con-
WALDORF ethnological, cultural, and histor- "We do this as we find the Loyalty Fund.\ firmed the suspected case and saidIt
Staff WriterA ical materials.The money. We're completely self- Alumni eligible to attend this was being investigated "very
natural science collection, supporting--we use no tax money," event are being contacted. Last closely In the laboratory. We are
facility for both the preservation found on the second floor,displays he added. year 4,000 attended and at least also having an expert in the field
and conduction of researchon vertebrates. "Our strength as a He said there Is no unit on cam- that many are expected this year. from the ".8. Public Health Ser-
social and natural history is museum rests primarily In our pus Food Service has not workedon Plates cost 1.50 and UF Food vice come down."
the purpose of the Florida State vertebrate animals. We have recently. Service provides the menu. Sowder said the man suspectedof
Museum (FSM). vertebrates from the world over," having the disease had not been
FSM was started by ThompsonVan Baker said. | Placement Sets Interviews | out of the country, where he might
Hynlng,museum director from The displays throughout the have contracted It, and cautionedthat
1917 to 1946. Through his Influence viewing areas are greatly engros- October 6 THE PROCTER It grads. Salesman wltn management smallpox often Is hard to pin
the state legislature in Ing. The ground floor displays GAMBLE DISTRIBUTING CO., opportunities--Fit., Ga., Va. down.
1917 passed an act creating the reveal artistry and taste in their Jacksonville, Fla. Acct., Bus. "Sometimes a severe case of
museum as an official departmentof design and presenttion. Stat., Gen. Bus., Ind. ReL, bid. October 3, 6- TORNWALL, chickenpox looks so much like
The historical materials to be M C m t., Insur., Agric., Ccon., LANG L LEE, St. Petersburg, smallpox it's hard to tell the
Housed in five floors of the viewed are carefully placed in their Mktg, Finance, Journ., Lib.Arts-- Fla. (CPA) Acct. --ns, MS degrees. difference," Sowder said.
Seagle Building, FSM Is downtownon cases, handsomely lettered with an all degrees. Sales Mgmt oppor- Dec. Apr. grads. Male staff The Lee County Health Department
W. University Avenue. The appropriate caption or story, telling Unities for all present Juniors, accountants. reported It had administered
building was originally designed as where the specimen is from Seniors, regardless of military October 6 WILLIAM CARTER about 1,000 vaccinations so far.
a hotel in 1926, and purchasedin and of what it is composed. status interested in sales and sales COMPANY, BarnesvllJe, Ga. IE-- Private physicians have administered -
an unfinished condition and redesigned Everything from centuries' old management. BS degree. Dec. grads. Industrial the smallpox vaccine to
In 1936 for the UF fossil remains to live man-killing October 6 ARMOUR AGRI. Engineer and Quality Control Engineers numerous ether people.
museum. cobras are there to IH. CHEMICAL CO.J a ck.on y II Ie, --Ttxtil* Mfg. operations.
"The museum is the official Besides functioning as a displayarea Fla. Any major with good agrl. October 6 ANCHOR HOCKING Food Service
depository for natural and social for the social and natural background, MS degree.Dec., GLASS CORP., Jacksonville, Fla. Needs PenniesPenny
science materials that are state sciences, FSM also functlr s asa Apr., Aug. grads. Sales positions. Acct., Econ., Gen. Bus., Ind. Re!.,
property. We handle everything research center in these arris. October 6, 7 MOBILE AIR Ind. Mgmt. --BS-degree; ChE,CE, shortage Is posing a drastic -
museum-wise but art," said "People the world over come MATERIEL AREA, Mobile' Ala. EE, IE, ME-BS degree. Dec. problem to UF Food Service
Thomas G. Baker, chairman of here to use our research lab AE, ChE, CE, EE, IE, ME-all gradj. cashiers who need about $200 In
FSM's department of exhibits. facilities," Baker said. degrees Dec. Apr. grads. October 6 THE PURE OIL pennies each day to do business
"We have an outstanding collec- October MERCHANTILE COMPANY, Palatine, 111. Gen. Gainesville banks can't help
tion of scientific artlfacts"Biker FSM receives such International SECURITY LIFE INSURANCE Bus., Ind. Mgmt., Econ., Mdtg., since: they're wiped out, too, so
said, "which we break down Into recognition because unlike most COMPANY, Dallas, Texu. Acct., Lib. Arts -BS, MS degree Dec., students are urged to pay for their
two groups, social and natural." museums, their specimen displaysgo Bus. Stat., Gen. Bus., Ind. Rtl., Apr. grads. Marketing Division food In pennies.
The first floor of the Seagle beyond the state,whose province Ind. Mgmt., Insur., Agrl., Econ., (Sales). ALL degree with course Food Service has a new bargainon
Building contains the social dls- encompasses only a limited geographical Mktg., Fin., Journ., Lib. ArtsBS -- In Bus. Admin., marketing sales, coffee, It's eight "pennies"a
plays,wh1cb: include archaeological, area. MS degrees. Dec., Apr., Aug. etc. cup.


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Election I Day Advice

s bs '
Today is election day on campus. We urge everyone to exercise i
their right to vote and to express themselves in this legally H
constituted manner.
However, we feel that there has been a decided lack of cam- ",

paigning for this election by the prospective SG candidates. +,ew ai
Most students have no idea who is running for the various
positions. We are thankful that the campus has not been overly
littered with the usual campaign "poop," but also feel the definite J;
lack of publicity In this campaign.We .
urge all students to vote In today's election, but to vote
only for those persons about whom they have some knowledge.
If a candidate's name is not even the least bit familiar-sounding h
to you, then we urge you not to vote for him -- no matter what
his party affiliation might be. If you have not seen or heard a K
candidate, and know nothing of his campaign platform, then we
do not see how you could possibly be justified in casting your
vote for him.
We very definitely are not requesting that you stay home today,
election day, in protest against the inequities of the student
political machines. We strongly urge you to "get out and vote." FROM THE THIRD FLOOR
All we ask is that you vote for the persons who have Impressedyou
with their sincerity and abilities. order to vote, you need
A Need For
not vote for every position or issue. Vote only for those whom ExplanationDON
you feel you know, and for none of the others.
DAVIS ask 'em." Certainly it contributes to party
ColumnistThe unity and consequently to better service to the

HC: Amendments Ur .!cd recent policy of The Alligator in directingthe student body when the two parties are internally
publicity spotlight to the Legislative Council united and striving competitively.
of Student Government is to be commended Another situation where reporting was shabbyin
The Alligator choses to make no endorsements of the candidatesIn one hand. But there are definite errors in the recent news reporting concerns the resig-
today's election. We, Instead, recommend that all students manner in which such reporting takes place. nation of Richard Thompson.A .
vote their own, studied choices. We further recommend that all SG Legislative minority and majority leaders very placid article reported Thompsonhad
students vote In favor of all proposed Honor Court constitutional come and go. resigned from Legislative Council becauseof
amendments.The Their actions and those of their parties should the constitutional ban on representativeswho
Honor Court amendments to be voted on are, we feel, be a matter of public knowledge,but The Alligator do not live in the areas they represent.The .
very worthwhile and needed changes in the existing program.Weurge has deviated from the point of Informing studentsto fact is that Thompson was engaged in
all students to vote for these changes and recommendthat the point of providing certain individuals witha a bitter political scrap with Lester M."Buddy"
they first study the amendments In order to have some springboard of cheap, personal publicity. Blain over who the majority leader would be.
knowledge of what they are voting for. For example, Earl Supporters of Blain got wise.to Thompson's
Barker, minority leader iR e constitutional status, and when Thompson
oft h e Legislative learned he had been found out he resigned.
A Poor Dime Novel Council, Jumps parties. Really this isn't as bad as it seems. Few
The Alligator reports representatives on the Legislative Council can
the usual idealistic boast of a record of service as meritoriousas
The student politico are beyond us. press release by Barker Thompson's. He is one of the few individualswho
The current rumor floating around concerning a bum check saying It's all a matterof Ltt has been able to practice politics and at
written by somebody in some party is either true or not true. conscience and the same time not sacrifice personal convictions.
We're nor sure which. following the party of his Beypnd a doubt, Thompson will be back In
We ran an editorial on the Incident yesterday. We thought perhapswe convictions.The the political limelight, but he has opened himselfto
had the truth. Now we're not sure If either side is telling the truth of the matter is that the minority a charge that may prove a future embarrassment.
truth. The plot reads like a poor dime novel. leader felt he had been insulted when he learned .
We will try to return from the gutter of campus politics and let that he was to be offered another post after The main Idea here is that publicmindedand
them squabble amongst themselves from now on. the fall elections=-if he would resign the minority well informed students are the only ones
position. The plan, according to reliable sources, who can really help Student Government be
' was that Barker would be replaced by another successful. But first the niche of student gov-
1 The FloridaALLIGATOR
legislative councilman in the floor leader ernment has to be found before it can be decidedon
, position. Then, Barker would be placed in chargeof how to fill it. Here is where the Alligator
I a bl-partisan committee heading up plans fora function lies, not in building people, but
t new student government constitution--which constructing a portrait which the students can
is sorely needed. Judge in terms of whether or not it is progress.
Served by United Press International Barker felt rebuffed. Under the Illusion that

he had lost the respect of his party's leadership,
Editor ....... . . . . . Walker Lundy he moved to the other side of the political LETTER:
Managing Editor . . . . . . Joel Gaston spectrum.But .
Executive Editor. . ... . . . . Ron Spencer the reason Earl changed parties was alsoa *
Assistant Managing Editor. . .. . . Benny Cason concern for personal ambitions. Barker was, [: lu'1 Subscription. ?
Assistant Managing Editor. . .. . . Dave Berkowitz it is rumored, offered membership in Florida
Editorial Page Editor. . . . . Jim Hammock Blue Key within a year. Now this is pretty
Sports Editor. . . . . : . . Glenn Laney absurd. While the offer may have been made bya EDITOR:
City Editor. . . . . . . Skip Havlser member of Blue Key, it is generally concededthat
I Campus Living Editor. . . . . .Jackie Cornelius Blue Key Is an organization to be lauded.It The Alligator has endorsed Johnson and
I Is also Humphrey. The newspaper at the taxpayer-
an organization which is highly unlikelyto
Editorial Assistants -- Bruce Dudley, Tova Levine, Jim approve someone for membership who supported university has used our required
Castello, Ann Carter, Don Federman,Nancy Brachey,Sam Ullman, sacrificed the qualifications and ideals that the activity fees to tell us how to vote in a national
Ernie Lltz (Circulation Manager), Stan Kulp (Cartoonist). Blue Key symbolizes. election. We aren't even allowed to cancel our
subscription and for our
spend the money
A corruption of partisan convictions, or
Reporters -- Ed Barber (Tlgert Hall Beat Chief), Patti Pltz attempt, is also a pretty lame excuse for Barkerto candidate as we could with a real newspaper!
(Student Government Beat Chief), Jim Claxton, Hall Cain, Joe offer. The endorsement was decided by the majorityvote
Kollln, Bob Golub, Joe Waldorf, Sharon Kelley.Yvette Cardozo, The political parties in existence on the of the editors. We applaud such democratic
Eunice Tall, Frank Shepard, Lee Alexander, Agnes Fowles, university campus at present are competitivebut procedures for only 15,000 students were disfranchised -
Gerald Jones, Fran Snider, Thelma Mossman, Bill Sadowski, certainly not based political philosophies.Of in the choice of the student-supported
Marjorie Green, Evan Langbeln, David Kennedy, Marilyn Brlcklln, course, one could call the "desire to win at newspaper endorsement or in the decision of
Liz Brewer, Gretchen VandenBerg, David Ropes, Terry Rogers, any cost" a philosophy.That whether a position should have been stated in a
Susie Halback, Joan Gaston, Pam Brown, Jeffrey Denkewalter, attempts at control of legislative action national political contest.
Dick Dennis, Beverly Faber, Dick Schneider, Greg Seltz, Bunny by administrative officials had become Now we may write letters, and you will choose
Goldberg Kathi Blaney. which to print democratically.We .
unbearable.* Is a basic misinterpretation on his
have paid our fees, so we shall find some
." THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaperof part.Certainly the majority or minority leader's use for the Alligator.
the University of Florida and Is published five times weekly position is to serve as a channel of
except .during May, June and July when it is published semi- communication between the members of his Leslie C. Ellwood, 1MD

weekly. Only editorials represent the official opinion of The party in the Legislative Council and his party (ED. NOTE: We print, Mr. Ellwood, ever
Columns the of their authors.
Alligator represent only opinions leadership. letter
we receive, as witnessed by yours. We
Alligator Is entered second class matter at the United
The as
This concept of the floor leader's
positionis require only that it be signed, be legible, and
States Post Office at Gainesville. founded on the basic that "if not
premise you be of such poor taste so as not to be un
want any one to do something for you, you gotta printable. Sadly, your letter qualified.)



Oct. 1 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 7


LETTERS Situation Worse I
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A Fair Judgment EDITOR: tangible too; not making spaces available In
back of Hume Hall for students living In
Re: your article of 23 September entitled Murphree. I don't know what the ultimate
"Traffic Ticket Numbers Up:" Why Is Mr. Is. Should they further restrict the driving
Flnman alarmed? It certainly couldn't be privilege? Should they Improve parking
EDITOR: because he Is surprised. Anyone could have facilities? Should they Issue only a certain
surmised that an Increase in enrollment would amount of parking decals (a new set every year)?
Arguments against the proposed honor court bring an Increase in the number of motor I don't know, but I do know that the student
chancellor qualifications amendment seem to vehicles on campus. I prefer to think that Mr. body of this University Is being unduly penalized
Ignore the true purpose of the amendment: Finman's alarm stemmed from the fact that for something which Is not Its fault. Someone
to Insure any student brought before* honor he knew nothing had been done to alleviate the has failed to plan ahead and we are all payingfor
court, every possible chance for a fair and situation. It through parking fines. It is the same
fitting judgement. Trials are no light matter Let's fact It, something has to be done. The University that has failed to provide that is
when a sentence can be as severe as to include parking situation was never this bad last year. collecting the fines. Not only that,but If a student
suspension from the university for one year, It Is getting to the point where dorm residents "carelessly" parks three times, he pays six
the requirement of as many as 15 additional can't even park In the lots assigned for their dollars and Alachua County takes his State.
credit hours necessary for graduation, the use. Parking decals are the same as they were granted privilege of driving on her highwaysfor
receipt of a falling grade in a course, and an last year. As a consequence, a student who has one year (you have to be a student to have
honor code violation notation placed on a since .noved off campus may avail himselfof your state-granted privilege taken away for
student's permanent record. the parking privileges of someone holdinga parking violations-.-shades of the Hth Amend-
If I were a student brought up before honor contract with housing. Off campus parking Is menU[). A first-class citizen (a non-student)
court to be sentenced at the end of my hearingby brimful every day. The only other spaces available can get a whole slew of parking tickets and
the chancellor, I definitely would want to are in the sacred restricted area, and still not have his driving privilege taken from
be reassured that he was familiar with honor everyone knows what happens when you wanderin him.
court trial procedure, court precedents, and the there. Why doesn't someone get on the stick
severity and leniency of previously handed down and do something about It? I mean something Charles Lea Hume, 3LW
judgements. If the chancellor was someone wh&
had the presently required qualifications and who
was picking up his trial procedure on the job,"
there would remain a question in my mind as
to whether or not I would deservedly have gottena
more lenient sentence had the chancellor
been familiar with similarly tried cases.
As a member of the student body, it Is
encouraging for me to see that leaders in both
political parties as well as the Alligator are
more concerned with seeing that students get
the fairest trials possible than they are with
trying to defeat this amendment because of
highly possibilities.speculative and unrealistic political UATING ?

Bob Osterhoudt

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Just Another Student I II September 28 October 2 Education

October 9 Arts and Science
'October 12-15 Journalism and Communications
As "just another student," I would like to (four days) Architecture and Fine Arts
thank the staff of The Alligator for their actionin
refusing their "deserved" seats on the 50- October' 19 23 Business Administration
yard line.
The "Big Three"are voluntary organizations, October 2630November Engineering
and those who work In their framework should
not expect to be paid for the work they do. 2-6' Nursing
Much of the time this "work" doesn't deserve Physical Education and HealthAgriculture
payment, anyway.
If SG wants to know how all the students Health Related Services
feel on the subject, let them enter it as a Pharmay
referendum on the coming election ballot.R. Forestry

J. Helgeson, 2UC TIMES: Monday through Friday Apply I Room 200
12:00 9:00 P.M.
Florida, Union
6:00 9:00 P.M.

Pictures will not be taken Friday, October 16, Homecoming Weekend.

NOTE: If you are unable to be present at the times listed above,
please notify the SEMINOLE Office after 2 P.M.Thursday .

Of course

you wont your picture In the SEMINOLE If you

are graduating} this foil winter or spring.A2J .


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I For SaleZENITH j L_ Autos I [L Autos I I PersonalWILL I I' ServicesWOULD I

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holster & belt $70; 20 gauge slug cared for me for 26,000 miles. I
bore shotgun $20; Winchester .22 LOTUS MK H LeMans. Excellent am perfectl! Interested? I live ARE YOU LOOKING FORA
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1960 TRIUMPH Motorcycle T5A. after 5 p.m. (G-18-3t-c). [ Wanted ii J phone 372-4653. (M-16-5t-c). racing but at a price you can
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call FR 2-3251 after 6 p.m. for ii
details. (A-17-tf-c). 1957 FORD 2 door Thunderbird

engine. Ford-o-matic, excellent
1962 SUN-LITE Mobile home, 2 rubber, radio & heater. $176.47.
bedroom. 10x51. Fully equipped, Phone Univ. Ext.2878.(G-17-3t-c).
like new condition. Very small
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3 'BEDROOM 1 1/2 bath house. Cook, 8-1151, Pinehurst Park,after
$450 down, payments $90 a month. 4 p.m. anytime Sat. and Sun. (G-
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Phone 372-2707. (0-14-tf-nc).

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Ifudenf Ian :'Tea Wives Party [II flA Tale Of Love And The Wall/.

1 If Dames will hold a Fall Invitation. The student wives are BERLIN (UPQ Two lovers They told the court they did was allowed to cross Into the West
coming Tea, Oct. 3 at the home not required to wear a hat to the
separated by the wall turned Com- so because Title himself had been last Jan. 5.
iMrs. J. Wayne Reitz, wile of event. There will be parking at the
munist spies so they could be arrested for trying to flee and
President from 3:30 to west end of the But refugee officials became
drill field
UF and there
reunited, West Berlin Justice officials the Communists promised he wouldbe
)p.m. will be a UF policeman to help said Tuesday.A allowed to leave If they co- auspicious because the Com-
cordial Invitation is extended with parking and directing.The opeated. munists rarely allow a person of
fall wives of students and all UF tames Is a social working age to leave for humani-

rried women students. Invi- organization composed of the wivesof western Berlin court sen- tarian reasons. Titze was
lons have been sent, but due to students and married women tenced them to 15 months Impri- They had known each other since arrested.
incomplete mailing list all students. Mrs. Josephine ButlerIs sonment for treason last Wednes- they were children and planned to The sentence was light because -
p.ent wives may not receive one. the Advisor for the present year. day. For security reasons the marry, but the wall built on Aug. the court took pity on the
Is not required to be a memberany The different colleges represented public was barred from the trial U, 1981, separated them. pair and because all the persons
[ Dames Group nor is it are: Argriculture, and Its details were withheld until whose names they had betrayed
essary to have received an Architecture and Fine Arts, Arts Friday. They gave Eastern police the to the Communists managed to escape -
and Sciences, Business Adminis- Information they wanted and Titze arrest.
tration, Education and Physical

IF F Studies Education, Engineering, Justice officials said the case
Journalism and Communications, Illustrates the hardships and Alpha Taus Win Trophy I
Law, Medical and Health Related tragedies caused by the anti-re-
Services and Pharmacy. Each fugee wall on the East-West Berlin

[ Bids group selects a representativeto border. Alpha E pallo n Phi national activities as Mortarboard,Florida
olicy serve on the Executive Board aosorlty has awarded its 1963- Players, The Alligator, Gator
which in turn co-ordinates the 64 Most Active Chapter trophy to Growl, Student Government and
Antje Stecken, 23-year-old West
activities of the individual groups. the Alpha TAU Chapter here at Lyceum Council. Every sister
Berlin student, and Hans Otto
Each group sponsors projects the University of Florida.To and pledge Is required to have a
In InsuranceBids through the year one of which is Titze 24-year-old East Berlin receive this rotating honora major and a minor activity each
theater sound technician
the Ph.T. Degrees which are chapter must have more trimester.
convicted of betraying to East Ger-
on a third group Insurance awarded at graduation to mem- man secret police the location ofa members active on campus collec- Last year they won the volley-
lllcy for UF faculty and staff bers who have studied and tively than any of the other 50 ball and tennis trophies and are
tunnel under the border and the
mbers are under study this practiced the science and art of chapters throughout the country.AE active again this year in the In-
names of tunnel builders.
eke Pushing Hubby Through. Phis participate in such campus tramurala between Greeks.,

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[ University officials at the bid 1409 S. Main St. Ph. 372-5196
ening last Friday.
I The university presently carries

talth Insurance plans offered by Specializing in Transmissions Only 1k
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ppointed Alan J. Robertson, Dean mown a

If University Relations and 10 Per Cent Discount to All
Development, and Dr. Robert S. Ianege Sbop.
[line, professor of Insurance, asn
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announced soon.Reservations ;'jj t.. :.
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will be Oct. 22, 23, 24 and 11'1'ttiJ;> Ir. iASHULTON
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Poge 10, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, Oct. I, 1964 i

{ ai

Khanh Announces S'lakeup.

1 ad Kw SAIGON(UPI) -Vietnamese -
Premier MaJ. Gen. Nguyen

d i iF Khanh announced a major government Ag. Dept. Hit Was She A Spy?
shakeup Wednesday.He .
F also sent the controversial -' WASHINGTON (UPI) Two WASHINGTON (UPI) Rep.

,aw armed forces com- Republicans and a Democrat H.R. Gross, R-Iowa, demanded -
mander-In-chief to Europefor criticized the Agriculture Department Wednesday that the administration -
E9x an Indefinite trip. Wednesday for its tell the American
Khanh denied his moves dealings with Billie Sol Es- people whether a 27-year-old
x were aimed at heading off a tes, the bankrupt Texas ty- German party girl who figured
military revolt. But army coon. In the Bobby Baker case ever
officers, worried about a new Their, views were expressedin was Investigated as a possi-
uprising, said they felt they statements accompanyingthe ble spy.
could breathe easier now. Senate investigations subcommittee -
The premier general report on its investigation Gross referred to Mrs.Elly
accepted the resignations of of Estes. The document Rometsch, who he said once
two cabinet members. He also made public Wednes- ended up in a nude champaign
announced the assignment of day, held no administration bath at a party given by U.s.
two members of his official official to be guilty of fraud, defense contractor In a plush
r rd family Including his press and recommended no disciplinary Washington apartmrtt.
officer, who was sent to Wash- action.
ington as South Viet Nam's
press attache. Gross said the guest reportedly -
Khanh's office announcedthat Baker Probe Included aj admiral,
: Lt. Gen. Tran Then a general and a top official

Khlem, South Viet Nam's powerful WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen. of the National Aeronauticsand
military commander-In- JohnJ. Williams, R-Del., Space Administration.
chief, would leave Thursdayfor charged Wednesday that the "Because of their positions
.. Europe "to thank friendly acting attorney general Is discussing In our nation's security sys-
.. .' '
,,'i}'. r' ;"._...; ;X"1""i'I" ...:; countries who had actively the prosecution of tem, I Insist we should know
helped Viet Nam In the fight Bobby Baker with President all the facts to determine
ANGEL FLIGHT members Lt. Katherine Duda (left) against Communist aggres- Johnson. whether our missile secrets

and Capt. Jeanie Maynard get In some 'pouring prac- sion. Williams based his charge have been fed behind the Iron
Khlem is an opponent of on a statement made by Acting Curtain via the call-girl ap-
tice' in preparation for the girls' ROTC unit rush activities the group of "Young Turk" Atty. Gen Nicholas DeB. Kat- paratus' Gross declared.

at 7:30 p. m. Monday in the Florida Union generals who saved the Khanh zenbach that Baker will be
regime during an attempted treated like any other potential Gross noted that the Senate
Johnson Lounge. Applications for those interestedwill revolt two weeks ago. criminal "because that's Rules Committee' has reopened -

be available. Authoritative sources said the way President Johnson the Bobby Baker Investigation -
Khanh and air force commander wants It.' but he said "In
Commodore Nguyen Can In a Senate speech Williams view of Its previous white
FACT Start Hurt By Ky told Khlem of his trip said "the attorney generalof wash," there Is little reasonto
abroad Wednesday morning. the United States IS sup- believe the group would
posed to enforce the lawson "properly probe the threat to
Technical TroublesThe Junior ROTC the basis of equality to all national security that Is slowly
men and not on the basis of coming to light" He urgedthe
WASHINGTON (UPI) Con how well the Individual involved Senate Internal security
gress Wednesday ordered the may know the presi- subcommittee to take on that
school in the tournament, FSU
Florida Academic Collegiate ,
Defense to
Department expandthe dent. job Immediately.
Tournament (FACT), which Is University of Miami, University of junior ROTC program to
scheduled to South Florida, Stetson and UF.
goon the air "some- 1,200 high schools in the na
time soon," Is being held up by Hancock found the interest In the tion.
technical difficulties In Jackson- show overwhelming. "But some of 'The primary objectives of
ville. them didn't understand It Miami to'
the broadened program are +
The television production, Involving doesn't understand it yet," Hancock fight Juvenile delinquency'and -
five Florida colleges baa commented.
more young men In
plenty of cooperation from the participating Players are to be selected subjectively military careers. NATURALLY

schools, but WJXT In by Interviewing heads of The legislation also revamps
Jacksonville has not come across departments and honoraries. the college Reserve
with the Twenty finalists will then be
goods. WJXT Is supposed Officers
Training Corps.pro- 0
to vtse a format for the show and judged, ten selected to be on FACT gram. It was described by
.' solution In sight. series, almost like the tri-
Hebert, D-La., as the most
"I haven't heard from them In mester, Is to run 13 weeks, with Important military manpower '

a long time, and If I don't soon, each school appearing four times. measure since the draft and .
I'm going up there and getting It The last show Is to be a run off
reorganization of the Armed .
all back," said John Hancock, between the two schools winning services.
Chairman of the Council for Higher the greatest number of games
The chow Is to be on the level
of "College Bowl" but on a state-
wide level. It was given to WJXT Madison t
because "WUFT has no sales department i
$13.00 1.
and just Isn't pro-
fessional enough." Smooth Leather r
"This Is not supposed to be Dark Brown S.
educational television, nor Is it "S THE HIT Scotch Groin 1 y;
designed to compete with It,"Hancock Antique Leather "fj,

added. In brown, red, .,b w
The producing committee, OF THe 1L grttn end navy.
headed by Ray Davis from Florida

State University, met at Stetson CAMPUS SmartSmoothie -
this summer. It was composed of .

two i representatives from each (..Jv

TV Show ,
BeginsMidweek The season's smartest classic 7 -

sport casual in beautiful smooth
leathers. This fashionable
a local variety television
moccasin with the elegant touchof
show, took maiden bows last
handsewn vamp detailing is
night over WUFT-TV. Two university ; the perfect shoe accessory for Free parking I on the.
students Al Moffett and
casual wear First Federal lotPAGAN'S
Blllie Henry were co-hosts on the f

9 pjn. hour-long program.
Items covered each week on

news Wednesdays reporting will hobby include news,depth do- tamantlla's(} I

it-yourself hints, community bul-
letins, and guest speakers.Two II
University of Florida cllmatotogists II
R i en a r d Ulckenson dJ &r.t I BOOTERY

and Peter Robb, present weather
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Oct. 1 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 11 :


Tiger's Vaunted Defense

(Faces Florida's Offense withMARQUIS BAESZLERI

don't have any real phobia about flying, but having to fly does
The Florida Gators will put their means. We Just go out and try with practice yesterday, but he unnerve me somewhat As soon as I step foot on an air plane I becomea
120 point per game average on the to play good sound football each said it was a little better than little more sensitive to everything everybody says.
line Saturday night as they play week and not make too many mis- Tuesday's abbreviated workout. For instance, Just before taking off for Jackson to play Miss.

the defensive minded LSU Tigers takes." "We still haven't had any prac- State, everyone had off his Jacket but Jack Card.
I to Baton Rouge. The quick rise to prominenceof tices which could compare with "You're going to die In that Jacket. said the unthinking stewardess.
"If we play in the hurricane: sophomore John Felber at full- last weeks," he said. After we were In the air, spirit was high. Everyone had his Joketo
I headed that way we should be back has given Graves the lee- LSU is expected to have an tell or practical Joke to play.
! one point favorites because we have way he needed to move AllAmerica Improved kicking game this sea- John Feiber, sensing that I wasn't having the thrill of my life,
pranced under those conditions," candidate Larry Dupree to a presented this'seed for thought. "If you look at the wings long enough

chuckled Ray Graves. halfback spot. Dupree was slated son."Last season this was one of they appear to flap."

for some work at halfback in their weakpolnts," Graves said. Derned if they didn't.
Graves has warned his charges yesterday's or today's practice. "I understand they have a boy Earlier In the week stickers had been passed out among the
be the roughest defensive team which said, "NO NO GRAND-JAY." We hadn't
thiS will game "Felber has been a fine pros- there who Is averaging well over ,
faced all He still been on the plane long before stickers had been placed almost
they have year. pect for a long time, but he has 40 yards a punt this year. every
considers every game a crucial always been hampered with Injuries All of the Gator's minor injur- where.' Out one Ingenious Gator found one more place for them to
," Graves said. "His go. The posterior of one of the stewardesses looked as though it
excellent ies seem to have healed. Gary
one."We don't have any illusions of play In the last two games Cliett and Jim Bernhardt are the were made for one of these stickers.
grandeur," he said. "We knowwe have been very encouraging." only players definitely out for After this galllant Gator had made a few half hearted attemptsat
the derriere of the stewardess, she caught on to what was happening
aren't a great by any Graves was still not too happy this weekend's clash.GREEK .
and to prevent further motion, gave in to the whim.It .
was entertaining to watch the stewardess walk the isles with

the sticker "NO, NO, GRAND-JAY." But, no one was smiling quiteas
much as the lucky Gator who placed it there.

Here followed two very pleasant experiences; we landed safely,
and beat Mississippi State. I'm only glad the first wasn't as bard
as the second.
Had we stomped Mississippi State, we might have been I little
wilder and of less subdued spirits.Out we won a close one, and worked
60 minutes for it. Coming back, the Gators were proud, but humble.
There was much reminiscing done and stories, were told about
Gator heroes. Since the hero of the hour was Bob Lyle, stories
about him of particular worth.
GREEK? Of want in the SEMINOLE.
course you your picture Bob got one of his nick names (truck stop) from the town he's

Don't let the other Greeks have more representation than you. from He's from flames City and their chief source of income,

Sign the appointment sheets in your house TODAY! I'm told, is a truck stop.
The big Gator tackle has been kicking since he was in the ninth

grade. The only change is his kicking shoes-he now wears them.
GREEK PICTURE-TAKING SCHEDULE Before, he did all his kicking barefooted. I guess Bob's coach bought
him shoes because he figured he'd be a "shoe-In" as a college
Monday-Wednesday Thursday Friday kicker.

If you see some young football players walking the campus, whit
Irfi September -
October 2 ALPHA EPSILON PI ALPHA CHI OMEGA with fear, it's because the seniors have been telling stories about
ALPHA TAU OMEGA ALPHA DELTA PI Tiger Stadium. One of them told me the only safe place in the stadiumis
BETA THETA PI in the cage with the huge Bengal tiger, mascot of Louisiana State
October 5-9
r DELTA TAU DELTA ALPHA EPSILON PHI But LJS.U. can put only 11 men (and no tigers) on the field at a
KAPPA ALPHA ALPHA OMICRON PI time, the same as Florida. We think our 11 are as good(better)
than their 111 1

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!; Chess'lourney

Poe Trammell Spark UF Opens Friday

The beginning of the UP chess

championship will start Friday,
Oct. 2 at 6:30 In the Florida

Offense DefensePoe Union.
There will be two divisions In
the competition. One will be for
the advanced chess players and
the other for beginners. Registration -
EnjoysTeamwork Allen Trammell knows the satis- for the tournament will

faction of meeting a challenge as be open until 6:30 p.m. FridayIn
a member of the Florida football Room 215 of the Florida Union.

y i team. The tournament will continue
"Being on the team and playingthe throughout the rest of the tri-
game'teaches a person many mester until a winner In each division -
lessons that will be encounteredin Is established.
--' life. It gives a guy selfrespectand
the ability to take a loss as

I : well as a win," Trammell says. Jim
Of FloridaAs
Commenting on his philosophyof
life, Trammell believes that his *

a member of the Florida 4ic- strength and ability to play football La Brec
as well as everything else comes (
Gator football team, Alan Poe '
from God.
knows the satisfaction of hard :
I To play in the SoutheasternSEC)
work.He considers his associationwith : # Conference Is to play In the says. ".
Jif toughest league In the nation,
the team as that of a fraternity.
"Its really more than a according to Trammell. {{You'll find the best answer to
"It's tougher as far as the
fraternity," says Poe. "Its a tight your life Insurance problemsboth -
schedules national and
closeness of many Individuals F and later-In
now College
A individual players in the Confer-
drawn together for one purpose, ence." Life's famous,college men's policy -
and that Is to win."
The Benefactor Let me tell
This year, the team's efforts
center around discipline and The success so far of this year's you about It.??

conditioning. ALAN POE makes second effort to find running team is due to the closeness of
Po e's philosophy of life all the playrs with each other as
coincides with this effort. room against tough Mississippi State defense. a team.

He believes an Individual should He feels the new platoon system
set a goal and then discipline adopted this year Is a great Improvement -
himself to achieve It. in college football."It t'y
The Southeastern ConferenceSEC Coaches Praise gives team concentration on }

( ) Is considered by Poe as defense and offense alone. By this
being, by far, the toughest In the greater concentration on one partof

,U.S."It Trammell PoeGEORGE the game, more specializationIs
may not always have the top acquired." N1f
teams every year,but it does have He sees Florida football this

more depth. year as Improving and believes *JIM LABRECCollege
". .It Is physically the MIMS Florida could be a national power
strongest." Staff Writer by the end of the season.
As an advocate of the new Gator "If we win the next three games
platoon system, where one team The UP Gator coaching staff "They are the two easiest boysto against Mississippi, LSU, and
specializes in defense and the other has never had any boys with better coach that we've ever had." South Carolina, then no team can InsuranceCompany
offense, Poe feels that this allows attitudes than Allen Trammell and Trammell, a 5-11, 182 pound stop us from a great season."
more boys the chance to play. Alan Poe. junior from Eufaula, Alabama, Commenting on the MississippiState
"This system provides more earned recognition on the team anda game, Trammell said the
time for a player to work in his scholarship by his outstandingshow victory was due to the extra effort of America

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each player had to go both ways," Pepper Rodgers, head offensive well as defense,"Rodgers said. now."

Poe explained. coach. ": J
, Poe sees the potential of the
' poe, a 5-9, 180 pound junior
\ team this better than
year as ever
Rodgers pointed out that they halfback from Tampa, Florida,
before. not sought-after high gained his right to play football ew in
I "Mississippi State was a hard were highly See .N
when "by giving a 110 percent effortto What'sn
school football players they I
'I team to beat, but our team was "
asked of him.
and came to Florida, but are now things
mentally physically prepared
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them Poe
play explained.
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