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YVETTE CABDOZO denty and Haydon Burns defeated Independent ca.nd1dateonec<>- Party together. Even though an average of all
Staff Writer Charles Holley for the Florida endorsed candidate, and a tie pe- According to Duddy Dlaln,VOTE out of every seven students voted
Gator Party won a majority In governorship In the straw ballot. tween Lee Borden (Gator) and majority floor leader, the fact that tor the amendments, they could not
Legislative Council elections( by VOTE Party won 17 of the 30 David Sbull(VOTE). there was a majority of VOTE be ratified because, less than 29
one seat and four proposed Honor Leg. Council: seats up tor election. VOTE Party, which was not in seats and that this majority was percent of the student body vote
Court amendments were not voted Added to the 14 seats they carried power this year, did better than not large kept VOTE party from In order for amendments to be
in because of a poor turnout at over from elections last spring, any other "'out'party has ever disintegrating. come part of the Student Govern
the polls In the fall elections their total was upped to 31 of a done In fall elections. He also said this was aided bya ment Constitution, It Is necessar)
yesterday. possible 70 seats. As a rule, the party out of pover high level of Interest due to that 23 percent of the student bod)
Before the results are official, Gator Party picked up 10 seats Is disorganized and therefore does a lack of clear cut party lines in vote on the amendments, and that
they must be certified by the Honor which, added to the 26 they carried poorly in fall elections.: Teat council debates. of these votes, over tao-thlyds
Court. over, brings their total to 36. ThisIs was not the case this year because Because of a poor turnout at the vote.
Lyndon Baines Johnson defeated a majority of one seat. VOTE had a majority of stets polls, the four Honor Court amend-
Barry Goldwater for tt>, presi The other four votes went to one In Leg. Council which kept the ments were not ratified. (Continued on Page 4))

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: Vol 57, No. 20 University of florida,Gainesville Friday. Oct. 2, \\964,

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8 aM After t LSU GameImmediately


following the LSU game Saturday UP students will

r ,4.ieM.,.rw assemble on the southwest corner of the upper drill field (the pract
4 ,,.re.w ice baseball diamond) for the first Student Government (SO) rally
t fie r Me 1rr10eMIM
rrAMrr honoring the football team after away games.
o A sound truck will herald students to the area, and the event will

be announced continuously on radio station wrut.
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Plants and Grounds, under the direction of Calvin C. Greene Jr.,
'r r.e / will have wood tor a huge bonfire ready tor delivery after the game.
,;,a rrrearAlA erreae+r 1 According to SG Morale Commission Chairman Jennie Loudermilk,
1 y.!
who is in charge, individual fraternities have shown an interest In
helping make the noise. Frat men who play musical. Instruments haw
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+ / +' 4 Vf Because hurricane weather caused a cancellation In Gator Band

f wsear'E plans to travel to LSU, band members will provide a small pep band
for the assembly.
Dick Gober, SG vice-president, will emcee the rally.

,' SG workers anticipate a l large crowd, Jennie said. She expressed
r a 1,1' r {1 appreciation for excellent cooperation from Plants and Grounds, the
administration and all others who aided in plans for the rally.

The plan was proposed by UF leaders earlier this week when they
l .. met tor discussion concerning recent riotous victory celebrations
on campus.A .
LONG LINES were the good and positive opportunity for enthusiasm to be shown has

Barry Whistlestops/ ; price to pay for exercisingthe been afforded by SG to the students, according to Dean of Student
I Affairs Lester L. Hale. He said that he Is very much In favor of an
right to vote during orderly, well-planned celebration and hopes students will attend.

LBJ Asks RestraintINDIANAPOLIS yesterday's campus elec.. "We can't tolerate foolishness on University Avenue, 13th Street,
or elsewhere on or oft campus," he said.
tions.Punishment.
Authorities have been requested to Invoke the state "unlawful
Ind. (UPfO Sen. BALTIMORE, MD. (UN J) Presi- assembly" stature, according to Hale. He! ur*.. students to attend
Barry M. Goldwater, whistle- dent Johnson said Thursday the the post-fame rally and to stay off the streets.
stopping through Indiana charged nation's awesome nuclear power
Thursday that it takes stomach: to must be used with restraint to Hilda Gains Speed I
face up to the main threat U> the "make man's extinction Improvable
peace-Com munis m.'' /' not to serve ultlmatiums on Given i FourUF - -- .

Goldwater kept up his ''softon other governments. NEW ORLEANS (UPI) Hurricane Gale winds extended ZOO miles/
Communism" attack against the The Chief Executive suggestedthat Hilda built up to a 150mfle north and east, 100 miles south
Johnson administration as he he was more prudent In recent -
hour monster blow In the wesU
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toured Indiana from JeffeiyonYlll* International crises than his officials today announced
Gulf of Mexico Thursday. Residents It was moving at about sU mJl.aas
on the bank of the Ohio loves, to Republican rival, Sen. Barry M. disciplinary actions against four along a 1OOO.mUe arc of hour toward the Texas coast,
Hammond, just across tAe state Goldwater, might have been had be students Involved In post-football coast were alerted, and people somewhat along the same path oi
line from Chicago. occupied the White House. game demonstrations last saturday
pulled out of low-Iyitri areas In disastrous+ Hurricane Carla It
Speaking to tralnside Hoosler Although he did not mention the night. Louisiana Cajun country. 1901. But the Weather Bureau said
audiences, the GOP presidential GOP presidential contender by it probably would take a more
Charles D. Catalina, 21, Port The storm was almost as big
accused Johnson of down, Johnson belittled Gold
nominee name,
direction toward the
Lauderdale, charged by the city as Louisiana and Mississippi com northerly
UJS nuclear strength wfcile water's proposal to send Marines
grading
f Louisiana coast
with resisting arrest and bined. A hurricane watch from
Communists .. to Guantanamo naval base when
the Chinese are 'pre
disorderly conduct, has been automatically New Orleans to Mobile Ala., was The hurricane watch an alert
paring to set off a nuclear blast Cuban Premier Fidel Castro cutoff extended because Hilda "..
the
suspended for violation extended to Brownsville on -was
that well" may be heard artHox the the water supply last falL of conduct terms of his academic southern tip of Texas. Hilda, the getting so big and is Increasing so
world. Appealing for national unity and
probation. eighth tropical storm and fifth much la Intensity/ Weather
He waned that If John.ou Is bipartisan cooperation in times of Bureau sal d.
hurricane of the season, was spokesman +
returned to the White tfoift'! peril, Johnson said the era of ultimatums Edward Donald MacKay, 22, dawdling slowly landward and Its "It's up la the air now as to
think you're toing to see a drastic In foreign policy Is gone the for "
Miami apprehended by city destination as strictly as guess. where or when! it might bit CM
cut In defense spending to the Point forever. resisting arrest and disorderly The Weather Bureau located the forecaster saldV'3 rh.ls Juslstti&c
that we will be immediately im* In a speech before an estimated conduct, has been suspended fro, storm !lit its last advisory 300 out there growing."
periled." 7,000 persons at John Hopkins the university for *n Indefinite miles south of New Orleans. -- -

Goldwater delivered his malts University, the President said: period. Officials in Cameron, La., Meeting SetA
frontal attack on the President "We are possessed of great Carl Hartley, II, Coral Gables, Parisb County ordered all peopleout
before a crowd of 10,000 outside power In America power to destroy charged with disorderly conduct, of the area where Hurricane/ meeting of The Alligator
Indianapolis' Union Station all human life or to make has been placed on disciplinary Audrey killed 500 la 1937. staff Is scheduled tor 4:30

Be said Johnson "shrift from human life sublime Our politics probation until Dec. 2Z, 19Q3. Other fled from bw-lying areas p.m. this 'afternoon' la the
discussion" of campaign lsun for must serve our faith rather than George Bruce MHcbelJ: ,22,West of Vermilion parish and from the basement of the Florida Union.
''the same reason be has "shifted foster our fears. Palm Beach, charged with Viola Port Bolivar Peninsula of Texas. AU staff members are ex- '
leadership." "We have la our power at this tics of city ordnance prohibitlnf The Weather Bureau said in a petted to attend. If any cannot
Goldwatar said moment the ability to destroy 300 possession of aa alcoholic bever. late advisory Hilda's winds had: /Increased they should contact the editor
'Be has roprlaclples upon fridcft times as many human lives as went age oa a public: street, has beta from 12S to ISO miles- or rot *cl ;f editor before the
placed oa conduct probation until aa-bour at the center meeting
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Flavet Residents : 'Wouldn't Move'BRUCE



DUDLEY

Editorial Assistant

Despite roaches, traffic problems,occasional
neighbor trouble and hurricane scares residentsin
the married student dwellings on the UF
n
campus wouldn't want to live anywhere else. 4J
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"I wouldn't move tor anything in the world,"
said Stanley (Stan) R. Brantley who just finishedhis
term as mayor of Flavet in this week.
Dick Gourley, 218D Flavet in, summed it up A
another way. "You get Just what you pay for,"
be said. Rent in the flavets is $26 a month
for one bedroom apartments and$29. O for those
larger. J t '

H. C. RIker, director of university housing,
reports the university obtained the housing
facilities In the three Flavet areas through action
of the federal government. RIker said the

buildings were moved to the campus for
military bases in Florida for the housing of
married students.

Riker reports the approximate establishmentof
the married students' areas was 1945 for

Flavet I,. 1946 for Flavet II and 1948 and 1949 tt,
: for ,Flavet in, which Is the largest area and
houses 428 families, according to Brantley.
"There are probably about 1,300 people
counting children," said Brantley, "but it's

hard to keep an accurate count." BOTH SIDES of UF married life are shown here in a front (above) and rear (below)
There is a variety of opinion as to what is
the biggest problem In the Flavet homes. Of view of one of.the Flavet apartment_ s, .n._ _

150 residents in Flavet in interviewed by The '... fj f
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the main trouble; while others felt bugs were :-

not a problem and cited traffic or lack of ;.,!"
privacy as chief objections.
"Bugs aren't as mucn a problem as some
people think," said Brantley. "The University
Pest Control sprays the buildings free."

"If you don't do anything about them, the
roaches will naturally take over," said Norm )
Porter, 211C Flavet ffl.Porter said the residents
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who complained were usually the ones who didn't problem in the 10 mile-an-hour cone the TlUU*
bother to call and ask the university to spray has a oarking problem. "The village ...

their apartment. planned on a virtually no car basis back when
Both Brantley and Porter said the best spray almost everybody hoofed it," he said "w

method was to have the whole building sprayed: some families in the village have two can";
at the same time Instead of each apartment and there, Just Isn't enough room to part.

separately.On The possibility of fire Is another concernin
the other side of the bug question, H. M. the Flavets. "We've never bad a real m
Hart of 218B Flavet in said of spraying the fire," Brantley reports. "We've Dad a Ie
roaches "All it does Is n*
fertilize them. minor fires but the volunteer department
Another problem often mentioned by residents handled them."

was tramc. Brantley said the volunteer department r
"Traffic is our main problem," said Andrew equipped to serve the villages and regular dr1ll
(Andy) Baboulls of 246T Flavet m,who.is village are held.
policeman."We nave
mentioned by
The only other problem
produce more children than we do residents was the "uncooperative ne\ibbOr'
scholars," said Baboulls, and the children live who wouldn't help keep up the building.
by the traffic rules." Baboulis settled 1
said
a few are
Most of the village problems
children had been "bumped" in the last year but the village government and are diScussed
none bad been seriously injured. Three w*s
the village weekly paper The
Brantely said In past two
years children have
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which is edited by Phil Geyer.
been killed due to speeding. 10* -
Flavet m has a mayor and 12 comm
Mrs. Margarita Roman, 243U >lavet m, There Is also a mayor's council valcb Five
reported there has been trouble
with people each
from
posed of representatives jj
citing through the village to
get to fraternity The combination of the government w
row on the other side of Flavet m. and activ1
the the free mmes
TWO MOTHERS whose husbands are UF students take Baboulls agreed, but added that be had stopped at the newspaper recreation center makes Flaw II1

time out from the hose ho Id chores to qive the kids a ride most"I rave of it out with 17 tickets the "brutal In one ticket method." Ideal place to study bow Americans real1yl1'r '
day and 15 Z"A
of the Flavets. Left to right are for speeding the were according to Mrs. Dora Amuvero
:sn the see-saw at one policeman reported. "I 4on't m, who Is a foreign student.
Bobby Hilwani Mrs. Majida Hilwani Helen Reed and take any pleasure in giving out tickets but Living In the village was summed up .
sometimes
there Is W
no other abe
Mrs. Stella Ann Reid. (Photo by Nick Arroyo) Baboulls reported that besides method the, speeding he said. Melanie Oourley, 218 Flavet m. w "
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Friday, Oct. 2, 1964, The Florida Alligator, 3

Counseling Center Helps Barry Lyncfori- 9



'> Students ... ,iILr
Help Themselves (Continued from Page 1)) : (Continued from Pog.*i) ,

VA to base his programs. The pro- lost in the entire many years of
"We aren't here to solve stu- their own solutions," said vit the student by Just listening to grams are strictly political. World War II.
dents' problems for them. he\ him," added Dr. Martin. "Stu-
We H.T. Martin Jr., director of !
I "He has no principles on whichto "So the purpose of our politics
are here to give them dents who are faced with a
a place university's counseling center. pro-
base his foreign policy. His must be to make man's extinction
they can come for to blem must create alternatives
help find
"Sometimes we can best help
policy Is one of sldo-stepplng- improbable. And man's fulfillment
meaningful for them -- a solution
r of drift, deceit and defeat. Inevitable."
J Tubing.i rti Outlawed which they can face themselves." "He cannot face the glare of "And what is the most Important

Sixty per cent of the problems discussion because he cannot face of all things in this nuclear age?"
The da ys o.. d..uU1A6__ down iI Organiz..uons t students bring to the center are the glaring questions of his fellow Johnson asked.

slow-moving stream In an inner Tubing parties," whose main Ingredients presented as educational decisionsor citizens. "...That most Important thing...
tube with a beer can in hand are are tire inner tubes and vocational adjustments which "He talks of peace but he has is a five-letter word, p-e-a-c-e,
over. cold beer, "were outlawed beforeI have to be made. Another 40 no stomach to face up to the main peace of earth, good will toward
Tubing parties, long a favorite came to the University of per cent are emotional or personal. threat to the peace-communism men."
past time of UF fraternity men Florida," stated Cross. "The IFC \ "lie talks of preparedness but Johnson said he faced "a crisis
and their dates, have been officially does permit fraternity outings The University Counseling Cen- he has no stomach for the truthof an hour" and would have more
banned by the Interfraternity other than tubing parties providedthat ter, located at 125 Building E preparedness. lie takes credit problems after his speech than he
Council (IFC), according to they are within a 50 mile behind Tig rt Hall, counsels about for defense measures which others had before he left. Most of them,
William Cross, Advisor to Student radius of campus," Cross added. 340 student per trimester. The began in the Eisenhower years. he said, spring 'from ancient disagreements -
staff, headeoKby Martin, consistsof lie sacrifices security to the in such places as Cyprus -
Need three full- ime psychologists, mounting bills of his political pro- Africa or Asia.
a Babysitter? one part t me psychologistand gram. Departing frequently from his

three half-time counselors. ". Let the American people prepared speech, the President

WE WILL TRANSPORT AND CARE FOR YOUR never forget that while the Interim referred to the Cuban missile
President was downgrading our crisis in 1062 and the recent bombIng -
CHILDREN FOR THE TV
defense, reducing our nuclear of North Vietnamese torpedeo
capabilities, and all the time talking boat bases as examples of restraintin
MISS. GAME SAT. OCT 10
HIFIRADIOS about peace, peace, peace-thu periods of crisis.
Red Chinese were preparing to set "It would have been easy to wipe
VILLAGE RATES
off a nuclear bomb that might well out women and children and drop
$1.50 1 child $2.75 2 children be heard around the world!" bombs on China," he said of reprisals -

Slightly higher rate for off pickupMRS. HOME & AUTOPHONOGRAPHS Goldwater has been hard- for Communist attacks on
campus pedalling the "soft on Com- U.s. warships in the Tonkin Gulf.
TURNER MR. &MRS. BASSETT munism" theme ever since he Instead, he said, areas with large

1331 SW 13th St. Kiddie Kort Nursery started his Midwest whistle stop civilian populations were excluded. -
tour in Ohio Tuesday lie con- .
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or fided to reporters Wednesday that In the showdown with the Soviet

Phone 2-6667 COLLEGE RADIO SHOP the line of attack had been sug- Union over missile bases In Cuba,
gested by former Vice President he said, the late President John F.
We have been approved by the University
817 W UNIVERSITY AVE. Richard M.Nixon and ex-President Kennedy was the "coolest man at
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Navy FindsThresher Election I "DAC ON"I


was Floyd Price (V) 77 over Edwin
candidateswere
(Continued from Page 1)) Jennings Judy Hall Findelssen winning(G) 133 and Stuart (G) 40. .. makes

The unofficial returns for Leg. Carol Schuct Village winning candidatewas
G 132 over
Jeanne Kah111 ( )
Council seats are: from off- Terry S. Bloom (G) 3. the
WASHINGTON (UPI) The Navy Samuels (V) 118.
campus, winning VOTEparty menwinning Results on the straw ballot were:
Hall (
has found and photographed the Included Dan Davis, 970; Steve Graham Edward Matz (IND) '*4or president Lyndon Johnst campus
main candidate was
wreckage of the nuclear sub- Gardner 985 Bob Gow 968 Her- 2875 over
; ; OVER Ted FlellandG) and Hubert Humphrey, ,
marine Thresher, which took 129 man Greene, 967; Tim Johnson, LL Barry Goldwater and William Miller scene
Hannan (V) 95.
men to their deaths In the North and Mike
956; Patrick Kelley, 952; J.B. winning 2090.
Atlantic last Graham Hall (women) ,
year. Phillips, 949; and Jay Scheck, 941. Carol L. ShickelV ,Florida feovejrnor--Haydou Burp
In candidate was with
an announcement Thursday, Higgins and the
Winning Gator party candidatewas with Z29T votes won over Charles
the navy said the discovery was ( ) 58.
Lee Borden, 967. There wasa with 2230 votes. combination
made by the deepdlvingbathyscape Rawlings Hall winning candidatewas Holley is Big On
tie between David FhullVOTE),
Trieste n. It photographed four Sherry Sandhers (G) 145 over Any Campus. Tailoredin
936, and Lee Borden (GATOR),
shattered sections of the sub, Including Arlene H. Caplan (V) 121. ScholarshipNaplesontheGulf
a piece of superstructure 936.Gator Yulee Hall winning candidate was traditional Yale and
Party candidates runningbut Board of
bearing the vessel's number 593. Carl Hultgren (GO 110 over Pam 1 Trim Fit
not receiving seats were Realtors has established a real models of 65%
The Flavet I winning candidate was
debris Uttered the bottom
Randy Colker, 898; Jerm Gluck- estate scholarship fund at the UF, "Dacron"*
near where the Thresher took its Andy Percival (V) 15 over Hubert polyester
man 904 Dick Mann 914 Hani
; ; announced
death dive on April 10, 1963, In Masrl, 909; Alberto D. Molina, L. Pippin(G) 14. Dr. Alfred A. Ring yes- 35% combed cotton
the greatest submarine disasterin 912 Pete Parsons 900 Kit Flavet II winning candidate was terday.
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peacetime history. Dewey Burnsed(G) 31 over"Skip" The scholarship which slightly for wrinkleless neat
908; and Roy Watson, 905.
The said the Haviser (V) 29. exceeus the cost of tuition and
Navy wreck was Murphree Hall, winning candi- looks and carefree wear
Flavet HI candidate was books is available to students
located 220 miles east of Cape Cod winning
dates were Rob Blue (V) 337;
at a depth of 8,500 feet. The pic- Douglas Glllls (V) 300; and Don Stan Brantly (co-endorsed) 94. majoring in the field of real estate at Finer' Stores everywhere'Dupont's !

tures were taken this summer but Murray (V) 321. Losing candidateswere Corry Village winning candidate from the Naples area. registered

were not released until they could Spencer Fox (G) 226; Gary trademark tPage

be evaluated. Noyes (G) 219; and Duval SloanG Attention SENIOR & GRADUATE MEN Students-U.S. Citizens
( ) 225.
NEEDING NOMINAL FINANCIAL HELP TO COMPUTE THEIR EDUCATION THIS
Tolbert Hall, winning candidates ACADEMIC YEAR AND THEN COMMENCE WORK COSIGNERS REQUIRED.
Happy 'losesCustody were Eric Dohogne (V) 369; and SEND TRANSCRIPT AND FULl DETAILS OF YOUR PLANS AND REQUIREMENTS TO

Gary Miner (V) 297. Loslnicandt- STEVENS BROS. FOUNDATION, INC. I
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and Robert Soulby (G) 122. UNDERGRADS, CLIP AND SAVEA I t

Baffle Hume Hall, winning candidateswere I
Bob Harper (V) 189 and Bobbin -

Sentell (G) 190. Losing candidates NEWSHIPMENT

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (UPI-Mrs. were Skip Berg (V) 173
Nelson A. Happy Rockefeller lost and Charlie Gore (G) 167.

, her court fight to regain custody Broward Hall winning candidateswere ;

\ of the tour children she relinquished Sharon Keglovlts (G) 160 and j

when she divorced her socialite Sally Stidham(G)157.Losing candi-

first husband to marry the dates were Peggy Cartier (V)

New York governot. 126 and Carolyne Sachs (V) 132.

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News BriefsClub Plans to End




Rendezvous Reitz Speaks Propeller Club Seat ProblemsChairman


"James Bond Visits the UF President J. Wayne The Propeller Club held its of independent group Under the old system of draw-
Girls" Is the theme for Club Reltz will be guest on"Flor- first meeting last Tuesday seating, Fred Hedstrom yesterday ing for seats before each game,

Rendezvous tonight In Bro- ida Blue Key Presents," today evening New officers are outlined steps aimed at ending lledstrom said, "some groups always -
ward Hall Recreation Room. at 7:45 p.m. over WUFT- Herbert Nleburger presi- group seating problems at Florida hit bad."The rotation system

The dance begins at 8. TV, Channel 5. dent; Jose Hernandez, vice- Field. began with the first game of the
Disc Hedstrom has asked students Interested season and is Intended to give
Jockey Stu Bowers of Reitz will discuss the upcoming president; and Phil Kelly, secretary -
WDVH will be master of cere- Board of Regents treasurer. Pro- in sitting In a group to each group a 50 yard line seat at

monies. Broward Hall snack Amendment which comes before fessor R.W. Bradberry will Individually purchase their date least once.
bar will open during the dance. the voters November 3. continue as faculty advisor. tickets at the appropriate windowin Problems of enforcing the group
Admission Is free. He also will comment on the The program included a discussion the stadium, clip the date ticketto seating will be handled by some
their student identification card ten field marshalls to be
Club Rendezvous Is co- trimester appointed
system. on the failure of Communism -
and submit both th their before the next These officials
sponsored this week by the in Cuba. Future respec- game. -

Florida Union Dance Committee Pi Sigma Alpha meetings will focus upon tive groups. wearing distinctive Identi-
fication will be stationed
and Women's Internal throughout -
; topics of Interest in international -
Council The new procedure varies from the groups to help ease seatIng -
trade and economics.
Applications for Pi
r Sigma that of last game in that the confusion.
Free Rides Alpha, national political Informal DanceGraham groups have been instructed to "We're trying, with the cooperation
science be
honorary may accept only date tickets and IJVs of the Athletic Association -
picked in Peabody 105 until and Yulee areas
up
--no All date tickets to in
money. are keep group seating con-
UF will combine efforts
Young Democratic Clubis Oct. 9. Saturday
to be purchased by the studentsand trol of the students and not of the
offering students a free night and present an Informal
not by the organizations. The Administration or the faculty "
ride to the court house Satur- GoldwaterBackersStudents dance dubbed "The G ator Get- ,
old system presented too many said Hedstrom.
"
day for those who wish to register Together.
"
problems of people not having correct Penalties for violations of group
for Goldwater will
to vote. Saturday is The dance is scheduled for
hold a meeting at 7 Mon- change and ticket money seating rules are stiff Any mis-
the last day to do so. Stu- p.m. 8:30 in the Graham Area Rec
changing hands too times use of either date tickets acti-
many or
day in the law school audi-
dents are asked to come by Room and is co-sponsored by
torium. according to Hedstrom. vity cards in an attempt to seat
the Service Booth across from Student Government. Admission -
Another aspect of this year's unauthorized persons In a group
the Hub today and sign for and 'refreshments are
up Faculty ClubThe seating arrangement is the rotation will result in cancellation of the
the service. tree and music will be pro-
of blocs from the 50-yard group seating privileges for at
vided by the Zodiacs and two
UF Faculty Club is now line to the goal line. least the Homecoming game.
featured vocalists.Transportation .
DanceCommitteeThe serving noon luncheons week-
days from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 will be pro-
vided for Yulee Area girls.ChurchLuncheon.
Florida Union Dance p.m. in the redecorated club-

Committee is looking for house overlooking the

talent to perform at the weekly gold course. Five private All foreign students are Invited Would-Be Doctor

Club Rendevous Dances In the dining rooms maybe reservedfor to worship services followed -
Union basement. Applicationsare committee luncheons,
outdoor luncheonat
by an
being accepted in Room seminars or meetings. the First Baptist Church Becomes Nurse
Family night buffet dinnersare a
315 of the Florida Union from Sunday at 11 a.m.
8:00 12:00 and from' 1:00- held each Thursday from The luncheon sponsored by
6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Mem- ,
9:00
Monday through Friday. the members of the -
bers and guests are cordially congregation "I was going to become a doctor, mission on inactive status in the
will be free for all international
invited. but I am 30 now and it would take UjS. Army. After he takes his

Henry V Following the home football foreign students. me too long to go Into practice," State Board Examination and becomes -

games, the club will be open Liberal ForumThe said Charles L. Temple, 203 NW a registered nurse, he will
The Humanities Society will for special Saturday evening 11 St. report to Ft. Sam Houston, Texas,
present Olivler's celebrated buffet dinners. Reservationsmust Liberal Forum will Temple did the next best thing. where he will take an a-week ori-
color production of "HenryV be made by Thursday meet at 7:30 Sunday in the lie is a graduate of the Universityof entation course at Brooke Army

," today, tomorrow, Sundayand preceding the game with Food Johnson Lounge of the Florida Florida School of Nursing. Medical Center."I .

Monday at 7 p.m.and Sun Service Department, phone Union. Charles Crittenden of The father of two girls,Michele, am making the service my
day also at 4 p.m. All per- Ext. 2561. Members are invited the Philosophy Dept. will lead five, and Melissa, two, Temple career. I have been in eight and
formances will be in Walker to bring their out-of- a discussion on "Reli- received his B.s.degree in nursing one half years now," Temple said
Auditorium. town guests. gions Without God." from the UF in August. "I would like to go Into 'neuro-

.u u'uuuu..,_.. Temple's wife Mary Is alsoa "
"' Weekend Movies surgery.
>
% ;
r ? j nurse. "She works in the north Regulation uniform for Templeis

Weekend Movies will be wing on the fifth floor of J. Hlllls white trousers and Jacket with

(Ake cH4 tIw'1: "Rocco and His Brothers" at Miller and I'm on the same floor the UF nursing pin.
w 8:15 p.m. in J. lilllis Miller- In the west wing," be said. When I was in training the
Medical Center Auditorium. Temple is the third male studentto nursing professors always treated

J&wtadfrr Tomorrow and Sunday will graduate from the School of me like everyone else. I'm reallynot
j4 be "1984" at the J. Hlllls Nursing. "The student nurses had sure how the nurses on the floor

Miller Medical Center Audi- to get used to me," be admitted. feel about me now, though,"
torium at 8:15p.m. "Even now, patients sometimes Temple commented.

confuse me with the doctors."
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100% School SpiritWe ,/
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I/ II
like school spirit.
We like to hear Florida students yelling for the Gators whether
victorious or not. So far this season, the Gators have played
outstanding football, and the student body has responded with
100 percent school spirit. However, affairs can get out of hand,
and school spirit expressed In the wrong way can lead to trouble.
The administration of this university In no way wishes to
Impair true school spirit; however, for the protection of both
human beings and property, they have requested that school
.spirit be expressed In a more organized and less sadistic
fashion than last week. We agree fully.
CLYDE
Let us stress that the administration does not want anyoneto
feel "choked off" when he wants to yell for the Gators after Clyde Hope Is Back

they beat L.S.U. Therefore they have made thorough arrangementswhich -
we feel will leave out no one when he wants to "let off DON GROOMS to know about the Clyde Hope for President
steam" after the game. ColumnistAs campaign.
Sound trucks will circulate through the campus directly after soon as the riot began on University "Well, there's letters from Lyndon and Barry
the game Informing the students what time the team will arriveat Avenue Saturday night, I knew that Clyde Hope asking you to stay out of the presidential race.
the airport, and where the rally will be held before departing was back In town. But there's 14 letters from Industrial leaders
for the airport In a giant motorcade. Those Instructions will also I sat back and waited for Clyde to phone, begging you to get elected President so you'll
be aired over radio station WRUF so that no one who wishes to and sure enough, he did. be In a position where you can't do any damage."
show true school spirit will be left out. A giant bonfire Is being When the phone rang, I picked It up and said, "You can't y.ease everybody," Clyde said.
planned for right after the game on the drill field across the "Hello Clyde." "But you told the people that today you'd explainthe
street from Florida Field. From the bonfire-pep-rally after the He laughed and said, "How'd you know It Issues In the election.Do you rayed any quotes
game, the students will depart for the airport where the victorious waa me. .sir?" from me?"
Gators will be welcomed home In true Florida fashion. Any last I explained quickly that the newspapers had I began to hedge,thinking of Barry Goldwaier's
minute changes will be announced either by the sound trucks or published reports that Clyde Hope had spent the mistake In making comments to the press.
over WRUF. past few months In South Viet Nam just as that "Don't sweat It," Clyde said. "Just tell the
. We think that the administration is to be complimented on this country erupted Into anarchy.As soon as similar Negroes I'm for Integration, and tell the whites
} fine and all-inclusive plan.We Implore all students,for the sake of eruptions began to occur in Gainesville, I knewIt I'm for segregation. I'm for a tax cut,Increased
not only school spirit, but also law and order, to follow this plan had to be Clyde Hope In charge. federal spending, a balanced budget, more jobs,
closely. Clyde said he'd spent most all day Saturday more pay for workers and less labor costs
trying unsuccessfully to sell riot Insurance to for management. The main thing though is to get
downtown merchants. His Income for Saturdaywas our slogan across to the people: PUT YOUR
confined to a mere $400 from the sale of CONFIDENCE IN A CONFIDENCE MAN."
A Permanent Residence?
firecrackers to students. (After Saturday night's
riot, however, Clyde says his Income from riot Clyde had to leave at that point In our con-
Insurance has been more than considerable.) versation because the riots on University Avenue
We still think that students should be allowed to vote regard- "By the way," Clyde said. "Have there been had slowed down. He said he had bonfires to
less of their "Intent to make Alachua County a permanent any messages for me?" build, signs to tear down,and Innocent motoriststo
residence." Some students have not been allowed to register I picked up the thick sheaf of letters and harass..
because they are not sure of their "permanent residence." telegrams and began to read them off to Clyde. "I leave you with this thought, however,"
Even Attorney General James Kynes was unable to fully explainthat "Billy Sol Estes says you owe him a letter. Clyde Hope said. "Tonight's riot is unsatisfactory -
elusive phrase.Mr. Bobby Baker says you should keep your mouth because students are celebrating a
Kynes suggested that students who are not sure of what shut about the Washington, D.C. stadium. football victory. I shall not be content until we
their permanent residence will eventually be should "judge for Fidel Castro says he's mad at you becauseyou Achieve PURE RIOTING. .that Is rioting for
themselves whether or not they fulfill that qualification." We didn't return his visit. .your daddy says the sake of rioting and not for any ulterior
don't think that that bit of advice helps anyone either.It he's mad at you too, because the car you sold reason."
therefore must be up to the Individual to decide whetheror him, guaranteed to run three hours or three Clyde Hope Is gone for now,but he will return.
not he votes. Each student Is now forced to decide Just how miles whichever hI
-- came first--didn't. Until that time we will keep you posted on <
permanent he is. If he feels permanent enough to vote, he shoulddo Clyde dismissed the letters and said he wanted accomplishments.
so; if he feels that he is not permanent enough to vote, he
should abstain from voting. ADMINISTRATION'S CORNERUncontrolled

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The FloridaALLIGATOR
i it Assemblage-- Of StudentsLESTER

HALE
r Initiative In planning not just for the LSU game,
Dean ot student Affairs but for a routine that could automatically be

I have been asked by the Alligator to commenton followed after any important games. This planas
Served by United Press International the uncontrolled assemblage of students devised must Involve careful coordinationwith

following the Mississippi State game last the intercollegiate athletic director, the
Editor. ....... . . . . . Walker Lundy Saturday and the victory over Alabama last campus police, the physical plant, the Dean of
Managing Editor. . . . . . . Joel Gaston year. Since Dean Adams has'referred to the Student Affairs, the radio and news media in
r Executive Editor. . ..'. . . . . Ron Spencer occasion as a"Victory Celebration"the questionhas order for It to succeed. A meeting was held to
Assistant Managing Editor. . .. . . Benny Cason also been raised as to what constitutes a work out celebration procedures and the resultsof
Assistant Managing Editor . .. . . Dave Berkowitz full scale riot? this meeting will be announced In other
Editorial Page Editor. . . . . Jim Hammock Let me say at the outset that any faithful columns.
Sports Editor. . . . . . . Glenn Laney observer would like to believe that these two
City Editor. . . . . . . Skip Haviser occasions were only justifiable excitement of With this positive program In the making
Campus Living Editor. . . . . Jackie Cornelius students there is absolutely no excuse for any student to
. following a gridiron victory and regrets, demonstrate his excitement by "riotous"behavior
however, that students used such flagrant
Street, or
on University Avenue 13th
Editorial Assistants -- Bruce Tova levine Jim ,
Dudley, ,
for law order and
disregard security of propertyIn at such
Castello, Ann Carter, Don Federman,Nancy Brachey,Sam Ullman, school any location on or off campus. Any "
demonstrating spirit. Unfortunatelythere
Ernie Lltr (Circulation activity cannot be Interpreted as"school spirit,
Stan
Cartoonist
Manager), Kulp ( ).
are some students who are eager to use but as vandalism and hoodlumlsm. We have
school spirit as a justification for displaying would not
Reporters -- Ed Buber (Tlgert Hall Beat Chief), Patti Pita repeatedly declared that the University
emotions and
juvenile resentments. It makes It
equivocate In unlawful and riotous
(Student Government Beat Chief), Jim Claxton, Hall Cain, Joe cases of
difficult
most for those of us, students and conduct of Individual through
students. We are
Kollin Bob Golub Joe
Cardozo
Waldorf, Sharon Kelley.Yvette
administrators, who do not want to dampen "playing footsies" students who
with those few
Eunice Tall, Frank Shepard, Lee Alexander, Agnes Fowles,
conscientious ardor and school enthusiasm, but are bent on themselves and the
Gerald Jones, Fran Snider, Thelma Mossman Bill Sadowski disgracing
,
who are responsible also for seeing that It is University under the of "victory cele-
Marjorie Green, Evan Langbeln, David Kennedy,Marilyn Brlcklln, directed Into acceptable channels. brations. guise
Liz Brewer, Gretchen VandenB rg, David Ropes, Terry Rogers,
Susie Halback, Joan Gaston, Pam Brown, Jeffrey Denkewalter, Apparently, the University of Florida needs to Authorities will be requested to Invoke the
Dick Dennis, Beverly Faber, Dick Schneider, Greg Seltz, Bunny become more accustomed and adjusted to "unlawful assembly" statute at the earliest
Goldberg, Kathl Blaney. experiencing victory with acceptable displays of sign of gatherings that could-develop trouble.
school pride. And this criticism can be leveleda Any one falling to disperse will be subject
Student Government and administrative to Immediate disciplinary action.
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaper
of the University of Florida and Is published five times weekly planners as well as at Individual students.We I hope the Gators tear.the Tiger Rag off LSU
except during May, June and July when it Is published semi- have pre-game rallies planned and executedby this Saturday night, and when they do I expect
weekly. Only editorials represent the official opinion of The students with utmost effectiveness. It Is time the student body to show their approval and
Alligator.' Columns represent only the opinions of their authors. now that the same Ingenuity and cooperation be loyalty by attending the celebration planned foi
The Alligator Is entered as second class matter at the United exerted by all to provide a new style i-ost-game the students by the Student Government. This is
rally. the American tradition; lawlessness on 13th
States Post Office at Gainesville:
Accordingly, Student Government has taken the Street is anarchy



FOR GOLDWATER
Friday, Oct. 2, 1964 The Florida Alligator, Page 7 ,,-


A Sense ,Of Alarm -LETTER_


Car To Be
(EDITOR'S NOTE: With this issue we shall JFK's Junked

begin ;* series of columns by the Publications

Committee of the Students for Goldwater group EDITOR: WE APPEAL, therefore, to those students whc

on camp s. This column will be published each believe that the memory of a great man Is wortt
week until the election along with a column by It has come to our attention through a news preservation. We appeal specifically to those

the student supporters of Lyndon Johnson.) medium that President Lyndon B. Johnson has Individuals who are compelled by the dictatesof

decided that the custom-built Lincoln their conscience to secure this bulwark of

We will attempt to write this column with an Continental, in which our late President 'JohnF. historicity for posterity.All .

awareness of the multiplicity of Issues beforethe Kennedy was fatally wounded, should be those Interested voicing their discontentwith
voter and the complexity of the decisionthat Junked. We find that his action in this matteris this drastic:: slough on the office of the

each voter must make. At the same time not only essentially alien to established Presidency and the men who have died for it, art

we will write with a sense of alarm becauseof American traditions, but is also Indicative of encouraged to express their feelings In this

the nature of the discussion carried on in extreme callow-minded behavior for a man respect through the various news media afforded

the mass media which seems to be more con- who supposedly stands above miscreancy. them on this campus, in hope that the sheer
cerned with phrase making and image building Bearing in mind that this man Is supposedly magnitude of spoken opinion will once again focus

than honest debate of the issues.The Republicans the Presidential choice of the Alligator for the attention on American principles, averting this

are directing much effort at promoting the imageof next four years, we 'must nevertheless raise gross malfeasance which has made us despon-

Johnson as an unprincipled politician who will our voices in obvious disenchantment, Joiningthe dently utter:

do anything to remain in power. The Democratsare many principled students on campus who "Quldnuncl".
directing much effort at promoting the imageof undoubtfully feel this unwarranted breach upon

Goldwater as a backward reactionary who the immortality of one of our great Presidentsis

shoots from the hip. It may well be that the not only thoroughly unjustified, but exposesan Frank H. Cofer Jr.
election will be decided on the created and unsympathetic facet of Johnson's characternot John W.'Mugan

unreal issue of whether a political opportunistfor previously disclosed.In Antonlus Laoo n
a dangerous reactionary should have controlof light of the fact that over $500,000 and
nuclear weapons. We write this column in the lives of four workmen have gone into the .

the spirit that the voter does not have to makea preservation and rennovatlon of Ford's Theatreas

choice between these two distorted Imagesfor an American shrine ranking alongside such GAS WELL I

we believe there are Issues that transcendthe historically imbued places as Mount Vernon,
considerations of personalities. Monticello, and Oxford (Miss.), it seems only

Such Issues must necessarily comprehendthe natural and fitting for the memory of this

candidates' views on the question of federalism great man. .that this automobile, which takes tWantedStudenlihargeAccount
which Is the sound and effective its place as a symbol of one of the most

distribution of power between the central and traumatic of American experiences, be enshrined

state governments. In the rush to cure all as witness of thlscattstrophe occurringin :

the ills to which humans are heir, liberty Is Dallas.
By disposing of the car the present adminis-
too often an Innocent bystander-and an accidental ,
Goldwater believes the of tration hopes to show a net Increase in the gross i i
casualty. beauty our NheFlom Complete Auto]
federal system Is that we can balance the national product of some $2,000, which is far [
out of perspective with the value this object
Interests and responsibilities which are and Service114N.W.13thSt
holds in the broad spectrum of American::
ought to remain local against the occasional baalliQatoP
demand for national policy and the exercise of

national authority.Topics In this area encompassthe .

handling of Civil Rights problems, Including LETTER
bussing and Rumford Acts, whether the
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apportionment of state legislatures should be

determined by the people of the separate statesor Correction Of Fuel

federal Judicial edict, and the skirmish on

poverty.Another issue Is the relation of governmentto EDITOR:
1' MEN'S WEAR,
the private enterprise system. Goldwater
I this letter in order that
am writing you
feels
that the market economy, allocating resources -
correct what I consider to be defamationof
by the free play of supply and demand, may a FOR FLORIDA
Is the single economic system compatible with character.In .
the requirements of personal freedom and con- The Alligator of Sept. 28, 1964, you Implied OODROW -
that I was a participant in the riot which occurredon
stitutional government. Furthermore, when
the night of Sept. 26. Had you gone to the
government Interferes with the work of the
trouble to read the report of the arresting officer
market economy, It tends to reduce the moral
you would have found that I was taken Into
and physical strength of the nation; that whenIt FAMOUS
custody by the police on N.W. 5th Ave., between9th
takes from another
one man to bestow on ,
and 10th streets at about 2:15 a.m. This is
it diminishes the Incentive of the first, the GASLIGHT BRAND
approximately three-fourths of a mile from the
integrity of the second, and the moral autonomyof
both. Topics In this area include T.V.A. riot scene. As Advertised In Playboy1iARERrl
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Goldwater believes In moral leadership as a
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100% School Spirit Y 3 ._ r I
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We like school spirit .p
We like to hear Florida students yelling for the Gators whether

victorious or not. So far this season, the Gators have played
outstanding football, and the student body has responded with
100 percent school spirit. However, affairs can get out of hand,
and school spirit expressed In the wrong way can lead to trouble.
The administration of this university In no way wishes to

Impair true school spirit; however, for the protection of both os r'pJ'CLYDE

human beings and property, they have requested that school .
spirit be expressed In a more organized and less sadistic
fashion than last week. We agree fully.
Let us stress that the administration does not want anyoneto
feel "choked off" when he wants to yell for the Gators after Clyde Hope Is BackDON

they beat LjS.U. Therefore they have made thorough arrangementswhich
we feel will leave out no one when he wants to "let off GROOMS to know about the Clyde Hope for President

steam" after the game. ColumnistAs campaign.
Sound trucks will circulate through the campus directly after soon as the riot began on University "Well, there's letters from Lyndon and Barr
the game Informing the students what time the team will arriveat Avenue Saturday night, I knew that Clyde Hope asking you to stay out of the presidential race.
the airport, and where the rally will be held before departing was back In town.I But there's 14 letters from Industrial leaders
for the airport In a giant motorcade. Those Instructions will also sat back and waited for Clyde to phone, begging you to get elected President so you'll
be aired over radio station WRUF so that no one who wishes to and sure enough, he did. be In a position where you can't do any damage."
show true school spirit will be left out. A giant bonfire Is being When the phone rang, I picked It up and said, "You can't p .ease everybody," Clyde said.
planned for right after the game on the drill field across the "Hello Clyde." "But you told the people that today you'd explainthe
street from Florida Field. From the bonflro-pep-rally after the lIe laughed and said, "Howd you know it Issues In the election.Do you noted any quotes
game, the students will depart for the airport where the victorious was me. .sir?" from me?"
Gators will be welcomed home In true Florida fashion. Any last I explained quickly that the newspapers had I began to hedge,thinking of Barry Goldwaler's
minute changes will be announced either by the sound trucks or pubUshed reports that Clyde Hope had spent the mistake in making comments to the press.
over WRUF. past few months in South Viet Nam Just as that "Don't sweat It," Clyde said. "Just tell the
We think that the administration Is to be complimented on this country erupted Into anarchy.As soon as similar Negroes I'm for integration, and tell the whites
fine and all-Inclusive plan.We Implore students,for the sake of eruptions began to occur in Gainesville, I knewit I'm for segregation. I'm for a tax cut,Increased
not only school spirit, but also law and order, to follow this plan had to be Clyde Hope In charge. federal spending, a balanced budget, more Jobs,
closely. Clyde said he'd spent most all day Saturday more pay for workers and less labor costs
trying unsuccessfully to sell riot Insurance to for management. The main thing though Is to get
downtown merchants. His Income for Saturdaywas our slogan across to the people: PUT YOUR
confined to a mere $400 from the sale of CONFIDENCE IN A CONFIDENCE: MAN."
A Permanent Residence?
firecrackers to students. (After Saturday night's

riot, however, Clyde says his Income from riot Clyde had to leave at that point in our con-
insurance has been more than considerable.) versation because the riots on University Avenue
We still think that students should be allowed to vote regardless "By the way," Clyde said. "Have there been had slowed down. He said he had bonfires to

of their "Intent to make Alachua County a permanent any messages for me?" build, signs to tear down,and Innocent motorists
residence." Some students have not been allowed to register I picked up the thick sheaf of letters and .to harass..

because they are not sure of their "permanent residence." telegrams and began to read them off to Clyde. "I leave you with this thought, however,"
Even Attorney General James Kynes was unable to fully explain "Billy Sol Estes says you owe him a letter. Clyde Hope said. "Tonight's riot Is unsatisfactory -

that elusive phrase.Mr. Bobby Baker says you should keep your mouth because students are celebrating a
Kynes suggested that students who are not sure of what shut about the Washington, D.C. stadium. football victory. I shall not be content until we
their permanent residence will eventually be should "Judge for Fidel Castro says he's mad at you becauseyou achieve PURE RIOTING. .that Is rioting for
themselves whether or not they fulfill that qualification." We didn't return his visit. .your daddy says 'the sake of rioting and not for any ulterior
don't think that that bit of advice helps anyone either.It he's mad at you too, because the car you sold reason."

therefore must be ,up to the individual to decide whetheror him, guaranteed to run three hours or three Clyde Hope Is gone for now,but he will return.
not he votes. Each student is now forced to decide just how h'
miles--whichever came first--didn't. Until that time we will keep you posted on *
permanent he Is. U he feels permanent enough to vote, he shoulddo Clyde dismissed the letters and said he wanted accomplishments
so; If he feels that he Is not permanent enough to vote, he
should abstain from voting. ADMINISTRATION'S CORNERUncontrolled

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The FloridaALLIGATOR Assemblage Of StudentsLESTER
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HALE
Initiative In planning not Just for the LSU game,
Dean Of student Affairs but for a ,routine that could automatically be

I have been asked by the Alligator to commenton followed after any Important games. This planas
Served by United Press International the uncontrolled assemblage of students devised must Involve careful coordinationwith

following the Mississippi State game last the Intercollegiate athletic director, the
Editor. ....... . . . . . Walker Lundy Saturday and the victory over Alabama last campus police, the physical plant, the Dean of
Managing Editor. . . . . . . Joel Gaston year. Since Dean Adams has' referred to the Student Affairs, the radio and news media In
Executive Editor. ... .'. . . . . Ron Spencer occasion as a'Victory Celebration"the questionhas order for It to succeed. A meeting was held to
o Assistant Managing Editor. . .. . . Benny Cason also been raised as to what constitutes a work out celebration procedures and the resultsof
Assistant Managing,Editor. . .. . . Dave Berkowitz full scale riot? this meeting will be announced In other
Editorial Page Editor. . . . . Jim Hammock Let me say at the outset that any faithful columns.
'
p Sports Editor. . . . . . . Glenn Laney observer would like to believe that these two
City Editor . . . . . . Skip Haviser occasions were only justifiable excitement of With this positive program In the making
Campus Living Editor. . . . . Jackie Cornelius students and there Is absolutely no excuse for any student to
i following a gridiron victory regrets, demonstrate his excitement by "riotous"behavior
however, that students used such flagrant on University Avenue 13th Street, or
Editorial Assistants -- Bruce Dudley Tova Levine Jim ,
Castello Ann Carter disregard for law,order and security of propertyIn at any location on or off campus. Any such
DonFedermanNancyBracheySamUllman,
demonstrating school spirit. Unfortunatelythere "
activity cannot be "school spirit,
Ernie Utz (Circulation Manager), Stan Kulp (Cartoonist). Interpreted as
students who
are some are eager to use but as vandalism and hoodlumlsm. We have
school spirit as a justification for displaying repeatedly declared that the University would not
Reporters -- Ed Barber (Tlgert Hall Beat Chief, PaUl Pita
Juvenile emotions and resentments. It makes It equivocate In cases of unlawful and riotou
(Student Government Beat Chief, Jim Claxton, Hall Cain, Joe
most difficult for those of us, students and conduct of Individual students. We are through
Kollln, Bob Golub, Joe Waldorf, Sharon KelleyYvette Cardozo
administrators, who do not want to dampen "playing footsies" with those few students who
Eunice Tall, Frank Shepard, Lee Alexander, Agnes Fowles,
conscientious ardor and school enthusiasm, but are bent on disgracing themselves and the
Gerald Jones, Fran Snider, Thelma Mossman, Bill Sadowski,
who are responsible also for seeing that It Is University under the guise of "victory celebrations
Marjorie Green, Evan Langbeln, David Kennedy, Marilyn Brlcklln, directed Into acceptable channels.
Liz Brewer, Gretchen VandcnBtrg, David Ropes, Terry Rogers,
Apparently, the University of Florida needs to Authorities will be requested to Invoke the
Halback
Susie Joan Gaston, Pam Brown, Jeffrey Denkewalter,
become more accustomed and adjusted to "unlawful assembly" statute at the earliest
Dick Dennis Beverly Faber, Dick Schneider, Greg Seitz, Bunny
Goldberg, Kathl Blaney. experiencing victory with acceptable displays of sign of gatherings that could-develop trouble.
school pride. And this criticism can be leveledat Any one falling to disperse will be subjectto

THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaper Student Government and administrative Immediate disciplinary action.
of the University of Florida and Is published five times weekly planners as well as at individual students.We I hope the Gators tear.the Tiger Rag off LSU
have pre-game rallies planned and executedby this Saturday night and when they do I expectthe
except during May, June and July when It is published semi-
weekly. Only editorials represent the official opinion of The students with utmost effectiveness. It Is time student body to show their approval and
Alligator. Columns represent only the opinions of their authors. now that the same Ingenuity and cooperation be loyalty by attending the celebration planned foi
exerted by all to provide a new style post-game the students, by the Student Government. This is
The Alligator is entered as second class matter at the United ,
rally. the American tradition; lawlessness on 13th
'States Post Office at Gainesville:
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STUDENTS FOR GOLDWATER

Friday, Oct. 2, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 7 .

.
A _Sense ,Of Alarm LETTER


(EDITOR'S NOTE: With this issue we shall JFK's Car-To Be Junked

begin 4 series of columns by the Publications

Committee of the Students for Goldwater group EDITORS WE APPEAL, therefore, to those students whc

on campus. This column will be published each believe that the memory of a great man is wont
week until the election along with a column by It has come to our attention through a news preservation. We appeal specifically to those

the student supporters of Lyndon Johnson.) medium that President Lyndon B. Johnson has Individuals who are compelled by the dictates

decided that the custom-built Lincoln of their conscience to secure this bulwark of
We will attempt to write this column with an Continental, in which our late President 'JohnF. historicity for posterity.

awareness of the multiplicity of issues beforethe Kennedy was fatally wounded, should be All those interested in voicing their discontent

voter and the complexity of the decisionthat Junked. We find that his action in this matteris with this drastic: slough on the office of the

each voter must make. At the same time not only essentially alien to established Presidency and the men who have died for it, are

we will write with a sense of alarm becauseof American traditions, but is also indicative of encouraged to express their feelings in this

the nature of the discussion carried on in extreme callow-minded behavior for a man respect through the various news media afforded

the mass media which seems to be more con- who supposedly stands above miscreancy. them on this campus, in hope that the sheer

cerned with phrase making and image buildingthan Bearing In mind that this man Is supposedly magnitude of spoken opinion will once again focus

honest debate of the issues.The Republicansare the Presidential choice of the Alligator for the attention on American principles, averting this ;

directing much effort at promoting the imageof next four years, we 'must nevertheless raise gross malfeasance which has made us despon-

Johnson as an unprincipled politician who will our voices in obvious disenchantment, joining dently utter

do anything to remain In power. The Democratsare the many principled students on campus who "Quidnunc!

directing much effort at promoting the imageof undoubtfully feel this unwarranted breach upon

Goldwater as a backward reactionary who the immortality of one of our great Presidentsis

shoots from the hip. It may well be that the not only thoroughly unjustified, but exposesan Frank H. Cofer Jr.

election will be decided on the created and unsympathetic facet of Johnson's characternot John W'MuganAntonius

unreal Issue of whether a political opportunistfor previously disclosed.In Laon n
a dangerous reactionary should have controlof light of the fact that over $500,000 and

nuclear weapons. We write this column in the lives of four workmen have gone into the

the spirit that the voter does not have to makea preservation and rennovatlon of Ford's Theatreas

choice between these two distorted Imagesfor an American shrine ranking alongside such

we believe there are Issues that transcendthe historically Imbued places as Mount Yemen, GAS WELL

considerations of personalities. Monticello, and Oxford (Miss.), it seems only

Such Issues must necessarily comprehendthe natural and fitting for the memory of this

candidates' views on the question of fed- great man. .that this automobile, which takes WcmtedStudenlZhargeAccount

eralism which Is the sound and effective its place as a symbol of one of the most _

distribution of power between the central and traumatic of American experiences, be enshrined

state governments. In the rush to cure all as witness of thlscatastrophe occurring !
in Dallas.
the ills to which humans are heir, liberty is
By disposing of the car, the present adminis-
too often an innocent bystander-and an accidental
tration hopes to show a net Increase in the gross
casualty. Goldwater believes the beauty of our Auto
national of which is far Complete
product some $2,000,
federal system Is that we can balance the
out of perspective with the value this object
Interests and responsibilities which are and Service114N.W.13thSt
holds in the broad spectrum of American
ought to remain local against the occasional
fLoiba
demand for national policy and the exercise of

national authority.Topics In this area encompassthe
aLLlqatoRFor
handling of Civil Rights problems, including LETTER
bussing and Rumford Acts, whether the
Best Ad Results Ph
apportionment of state legislatures should be 3721489

determined by the people of the separate statesor Correction Of Fact

federal Judicial edict, and the skirmish on I _

poverty.Another issue Is the relation of governmentto EDITOR: '

the private enterprise system. Goldwater ( 1 MEN'S WEAR,
I am writing this letter In order that you i&
feels that the market economy, allocating resources -
correct what I consider to be a defamationof
by the free play of supply and demand, may FOR FLORIDA
character.In .
Is the single economic system compatible with
the requirements of personal freedom and con- The Alligator of Sept. 28, 1964, you Implied WOODROW -
that I was a participant in the riot which occurredon
stitutional government. Furthermore, when
the night of Sept. 26. Had you gone to the ,
government Interferes with the work of the
trouble to read the report of the arresting officer
market economy It tends to reduce the moral
,
you would have found that I was taken Into
and physical strength of the nation; that whenit FAMOUS
custody by the police on N.W. 5th Ave., between
takes from one man to bestow on another,
9th and 10th streets at about 2:15 a.m. This is
it diminishes the incentive of the first, the GASLIGHT BRAND
approximately three-fourths of a mile from the
integrity of the second, and the moral autonomyof
both. Topics In this area include T.V.A. riot scene. As Advertised In PlayboyTARERE0BMKIIIR
Just for the record, I had left my date at her
AND R.E.A. relations.
labor-management home and decided to walk to Parker'sJBar-B-
income tax social and
revisions
security Que for a sandwich. It was during this walk
medicare trusts of all kinds
and
monopoly
that the police stopped, searched, and arrestedme. '
and fiscal The Corvair $6.99
responsibility. I was totally unaware that a riot had taken ,
Foreign policy and national security must
necessarily be primary Issues. We feel that place. The Harvard $7.99 '
I
With these facts now presented, am sure
Goldwater has the most realistic formula for
that a correction will be printed Immediately.Carl .
f combining national Interests with international

responsibilities, the exegencies of the Cold Barry Hanel, 3AS The Impala $7.99 ,
I War. Why not victory through world leadership t

rather than defeat through appeasement and (EDITOR'S NOTES The Alligator, operatingon The El Paso $6.99 .
I accommodation? What about foreign aid to information given it by Gainesville police,

communist countries, 'foreign trade, the U.N., listed Mr. Hanel as being arrested for drunk-
Cyprus, the Berlin Wall, Laos, Viet-Nam, and eness in connection with riots last Saturday The Mark V $8.99

Red China? How can we sijjl wheat to Russiaon night after the MJ.ssiuippIState-Flortda football

credit and complain when"Britain sells bussesto game. With 2,000 students running around, it

Cuba for cash and aspire to world leadership? was probably difficult for the police to tell Latest Colors
StYlingFabrics
Goldwater believes in moral leadership as a -
who was and who wasn't participating In the riot.
clear duty of high office. The lack of such The Alligator apologizes to falsely. connecting
leadership Is exemplified in the climbing crime Mr. Hanel with the riot.) AINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
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Win


OTC Honors Y ss

: ? Student s Win

aid Air Society,the honorary
Izatlon of the advanced Aire

ROTC detachment, has an-
ced results Its members a- MOO GrantsThree

ed at Air Force summer en-
ments throughout the country.ong .
those who distinguished ,' UP students were each
mselves at the summer :: hi! awarded a $400"Christmas Scho:

mpments were Carl Heishman : larship" for outstanding academic
achievement Jn the department of
Rick Wieland, who received
f vice-commandant's Award for building construction, Wednesday,
by the Home Builder Associationof
g;the most outstanding member
Greater Jacksonville.
ear flight. Nick Touchton re-
The students, selected by faculty -
led the Air Force Times Awardhis
[ contribution to the morale recommendation, are DonaldS.
Barnes,4AR,Jacksonville;Clifford -
e 180 cadets at Robins Air ,
A. Hammer, 4AR, Miami,
Ice Base.
and George R. Hemenway, 3AR,
yen as far away as Bunker
Cocoa Beach. Florida alumnus
AFB Indiana, the UF's Ar-
,
R.D. Oldham, Jr., president of
Air Squadron received
top
i1; the association, presented the
rs. Arnold Air Commander
scholarships at Jacksonville's .
ld King received the Comm- ..
Mayflower Hotel.According .
t's Award-the highest honor a
to Dr. Loys A. John-
adet can receive at summerp. A son, UF chairman of the depart-
King was chosen the out-
ment of building construction, the
ding cadet from a group of s
recipients of the scholarships,
which are given annually,are obligated -
men.MODERN to accept employment In
Florida. Winners deciding to prac-
tice outside the state must repay

[hoe Repair Shop the scholarship. money to the association. -

[Heels Attached DOLLARS FOR Scholars is shown receiving a $700 check from Alpha Kappa Psi,

5 Mins. professional business fraternity. From left are Ronald Boatright, president; Robert N. Council

Carter, faculty advisor; Dean Donald |i. Hart, College of Business Administration. ;
Soles Attached
and Bill M. Bride, president of Dollars for Scholars.

15 Mins. Gets CharterThe



it Two Locations Humphrey Swings Through WestEN was chartered Men's by Inter-hall the Legislative Council

Carolyn Plaza Council Tuesday night and a proposal -
to create a commission to
70 W. Univ. Ave. study and recommend changes In

FR 6-0315 I ROUTE WITH HUMPHREY The Democratic vice presidential tures and gusty winds in North the student body constitution was
(UPI) Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey candidate -outlined hirf Dakota. made.
))1 N. Main St. opp. pledged the Democratic ticket partys goal of natural resources The Men's InUr-hall Council

1st Nat'l Bank I Thursday to a "forward looking development "for'the benefit of "The administration of LyndonB. replaces the Men's Residence

FR 6-5211 I program of water and power de- all our citizens." He campaigned Johnson and Hubert H. Humphrey Council which "has been dead fora
velopment." in a broad swing from the North- Intends to continue this for- long time" according to John

ern Plains across the Northern wared looking program of water Hume, Secretary of Men's Affairs.
UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST Rockies Into the Pacific North- and power development," Humph The CLO and Georgia Seagle Hall
west. rey said at Bismarck, referring are not members of the new organisation -
to the conservative program of the which will coordinate Student
FELLOWSHIPSPEAKER late President Kennedy. Government programs with
Humphrey, addressing the West-
the men's area councils.A .
: Emanuel Gitlin, ern States Power and Water Consumers proposal to create a study

Humanities Staff, Chairman of Conference In Bismarck, "We repudiate the Coldwaterite commission was put forward by
Christian N.D., accused Republican presidential program of retreat and reactionIn Lester M. (Buddy) Blaln. He said
Them Faculty Fellowship nominee Barry M. Gold- the development of these essential that the student body constitution

University of Florida water of advocating "retreat and resources," he said. was in need of revision, and he

TOPIC: "The Christian Community'and Liberal reaction" In resources develop proposed a five-man commission
ment. of chairman selectedby
consisting a
Rationalism Their Related Roles" "The leader of the Goldwater the Legislative Council, the
faction has proposed to sell the
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Humphrey and his wife, Muriel, TVA 'even U we could only get leaders and member from
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AUTO LOANS 9014.84; and the Student Contractors -
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Florida over US.U.1' warned CDt. J be a scoreless tie. This will be tighter than-.., well, State game, a well aimed kicked their way to a 3-3 stale-
everybody that my boys would be Georgia Tech over Clemson you know. football sailed between the mate with the Tallahassee crew.
tough. Since Tech left the SEC, they Penn St. over Oregon They'd uprights, and the Gators left Jack 1964 seems to be another big year
Florida State over New MexicoSt. seem to have quite a few softies better win. They cost me last son with victory tucked under their for the boys with the talented toes.
When the Seminoles get In on their schedule. week. belts. In the first two games of the
the Gators' class,they'll quit playIng Illinois over NorthwesternThisought North Carolina over Wake Bob Lyle had booted his second season, four field goals have been
games like this. to be a rough contest, but Forest Wake, awakel! field goal of the game, Florida's kicked, two by Jimmy Hall and
Air Force over Colorado St. why should this be my upset of North Carolina St. over Maryland third for the evening and broke a two by Lyle. Hall got things!
Woosh. the week? A very unpredictable game 13-13 tie giving a 16-13 victory going with a 32 yard boot against
Alabama Over Vanderbilt Ala- Southern California over Michi- Ohio St. over Indiana Crunch! It had been a victory acheived SMU. He led the field goal attack -
bama will be undefeated until they gan St.-They did It to Oklahoma. Crunch! by college football's valuable, new against Mississippi State witha
play the Gators. Rice over West Virginia I'd offensive weapon---the field goal. 28 yard kick, followed by Lyle
pick Rice In a Minute (Minute And now sports fan--what you'veall The field goal is by no means with his 33 yard field goal that
Arkansas over T.C.U. Defensive Rice -- get It?). been wa.ttlngforUncie Albert's new to Florida. As far back as tied the score, and then his 41
battle. Syracuse over Holy'Cross-Holy upset of the week. Last week old 1911 that Earle 'Dummy' Taylor yard kick that won the game.
Auburn over Kentucky The Mackerel! Albert successfully picked Ken- kicked three field goals against Big boots under heavy pressureare
Wildcats can't do It twice In a Texas over Army-Maybe this'll tucky over Mississippi and South- Columbia College and set a Gator nothing! new to Lyle.In .
row, can they? teach 'em to end the draft. ern California over Oklahoma(Just record for most field goals in a 1962 be set a Gator Bowl
California over Minnesota-This Washington over Iowa Back to kidding fans). This week Albert season as he chalked up eight record with his 43 yard field
could be an upset. the farms, boys.Mississippi picks Michigan over Navy Wow! for the 19U season. goal 'against Pennsylvania State.:
: Duke over Tulane It doesn't St. over Tennessee How about that? But the tide changed and the Last year Lyle put a 42 yard
matter who Tulane plays; they -Those poor fellows have got to Purdue over Notre Dame -Evenif field goal became more of a heartbreaker kick through Alabama's uprightsand
always do the same. win one. the Irish are No. 9. than an asset. In the kicked another one against
past decade six of the closest Vanderbllt. Lyle hopes the Gatorscan
defeats have come from field goals win the rest of their games
Cross Country Team Begins kicked by Gator opponents. without the aid of field goals. He's
InJ950 Georgia Tech kicked her," confident the LSU game will be
way to a 16-13 victory over the won by Florida without the aid of
Gators. In 1952, Tech downed a field goal.
With Florida States Seminoles/ / Florida by a field goal, 1714. But if the occasion chould arise
This, was only the beginning. and three points be needed Hall

UF Cross-country team, under -track, for a total of 4.35 miles. at home. Florida will also run In 1953 Tennessee won by a and Lyle are ready for action.
coach Walter Welsch, held Its first The top five men on each team In the Callaway Gardens field goal 9-7; in 1955 Kentucky And they haven't missed a field
time trial of the year Monday, in score in a descending order, Invitational in Georgia, and the edged by 10-7 with a three pointer; goal or extra point yet this season.
i.e. the winner November in 1960 Auburn booted Its way toa What makes a successful field
prpearation for its season opener, scores one point, SJ2.C. championships,
with Florida State October 12th. second place two, etc. Low score 23. Home meets, begin at 10:30 10-7 win; and in 1962 Miami goal under pressure?
The trial was won by sophomorestar wins a.m. at the track. sneaked by the Gators with a field For Lyle, it's determined bya
David Wilson In 23.31, with The course record is 22:21.3 Last season the Gator cross- goal, 1715. Florida woke up and good hold, a good snap, and a
another second year man, Dieter by Charles Goodyear, the star of country team had the top recordof began to perfect the field goal. good kick.
\ Gebhard in second place with Iast4vjear's team. Tom Harrell, any Florida varsity team, 6-1, They eased away with a 3-0 "The holder's more Importantthan
( 24:12. who graduated last year along with and a close third place finish in victory over FSU In 1960. A" the kicker. He, determines
\ Close behind were BillDrunson, Goodyear, has also been down in the SJD.C. This year should be few games later, two well placed whether it'll be good or not,"
Austin Funk, Gary Mania, Dan the "magic" 22:30 range, and is even more successful.One field goals gavethe gators a 13-10 stated Lyle.created .
Schulgasser, Dan Wells, and Bill still running In hopes of national
\ Roberts. Co-Captains Jim Brown recognition this year. : in the
and Bill Opperman, slowed by Illness Florida also has a freshman Former Gafors ExcelIn TROPICSdesirable
and Injury, were unable to team, which runs 2.9 miles Insteadof
finish, but are expected to be 4.35 miles TU top fresh-
I ready for Florida State. man on Monday was Van Graham, Professional RanksFrank
For those unfamiliar with cross- who did 17:43, followed by Shotte,
country, it Is a fast-growing dis- Siegal, McLarln, Trefethen, and
of the outstanding traditionsof Lasky was taken by the
tance running sport, which Is run Hoffman. This time Is far off the
the UF football teams Is the New York Giants in his Junior year.
over any and all types of terrain, record of 16:03: set by Richard
amount of top notch stars It has The Giants expected Lasky to beef r :.
at distances ranging from 2.5 to Kneeland In 1962. i
sent into the ranks of professional up their interior line, but he could
8 miles. After travelling to Tallahassee,
football. not make the and
squad was drop-
The Florida course starts at the the Gators will meet Georgia Tech
For example two of the finest
track, circles Beta Woods three and Western Kentucky at home, ped.Russ
punters in the Bobby Joe Brown an end last
on
pros, ,
times, and ends with a lap of the Miami home and away, and FjS.U.
I Green, of the World Champion season's squad was taken by the
Chicago Bears, and Don Chandlerof Washington Redskins. Brown was
I Light Failure Could Stop Game"Unless the runner-up New York Giants discharged by the Redskins after
are both Florida alumni. injuring a thigh muscle. Russ had
Other past Florida football now been retained by the Gator
the lights are out we and said he thought practice had greats dot the entire professional coaching staff as freshman coach.
will probably go ahead and play picked up considerably from whatIt leagues Rick Caseras, an 11-year Hagood Clark has been the most
the game," stated head coach Ray had been at the beginning of the veteran, is a standout fullback with successful of last season's Gators.
Graves. week the Chicago Bears.Bernie Parrish. Clark was taken by the Buffalo
Hurricane Hilda which is at this Tommy Shannon along with Gator is a top defensive back in the league Bills in the American Football
minute threatening the Louisiana captain Larry Dupree are the only several times. league, and Is now starting as a everywhere .
coaSt has put a crimp in the Ga- two starters for Florida who have Jimmy Rountree, who has had an defensive salty. Jean Graham's tropic-sheer
tor's game pan. Graves had madeit ever played In Tiger Stadium. amazing career for Montreal In Again next year the pros will cosmetics were created for
known he would rather play in "It Is almost like playing in the Canadian league, has been the be looking to Florida for some the feminine woman who cares
good weather than rainy. any other stadium," said Shannon. outstanding defensive back in the top talent. The professionals will about the effects of climate
"It Isn't football when you play "Auburn last year was almost as league several times. be wanting to draft four Florida and weather on her
in bad weather," he said. "It Is bad. You really don't hear the John Barrow, captain of the gridders as soon as possible. Top complexion. These cosmetics
a completely different game. If roar of the crowd too much when 1956 Gator team and an AU-South attractions to the expert football never "go dry", cake or fade
the rain is there at game time you are down there on the field EasterConference guard, has beenan scouts as of now are Larry Dupree, throughout the day. What ever
it will all but eliminate the pass- playing." All-Pro lineman with HamiltonIn Roger Pettee, Dennis Murphy, and the weather hot, dry, cold,
ing game of the two teams." Lynn Matthews comes off the the Canadian league Barry Brown. or wet they best protect
According to the staff field position Gator walking wounded list to regain Defensive tackle Anton Peters delicate skin. You'll love the
should be the Important his starting position at defensive and kick-off peciallst Jackie Simp- .. tender-touch of cosmetics by
point of the game with LSU. This end. Linebacker Ron Pyr- son have played Professional .
would bring the Gator's punting sell Is not slated to make the trip. ball in recent years, but due to ..
game, one of their stronger points, The Gators will go through alight injuries are now retired. .
into prominence."The drill today before leaving Last season's squad also sawa
from Gainesville airport at 7:30 few members of their team grab

Hurricane shouldn't keep p.m. bed up by the pros.
too many people away," Graves Blanch's cordially invites you
said. "I remember back in 1953 NorthwesternInsurance to come in for a free facial
when we played Georgia Tech he re. MUtUal and skin analysis. Bill
We had a full house and everyone l\fe Co Helnauer, a representative of
stayed through the whole game." SINCE 1857 Jean Graham Cosmetics will
The game was a 0-0 tie. be here to greet you and
As the Gainesville weather discuss any problems from 9
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practice camp went up. The kicking -
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As, Deciding Factor IN THE WHIRLPOOL. Gator

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Sports Writer Doug Moreau, 6-1, 195, does the
AI Bengals field goal kicking, and CAME RECORD
Field Position should be the has scored on two of three attempts _Florida Opponent
{key to victory in the game with this year. 24 SMU 8
I Louisiana State University. Both Offensively, the 1964 edition of IS Miss. State 13SCORINGDYQUARTERS
I UP and LSU possess strong defenses LSU's Tigers have yet to score a
c I and deadly kicking attacks. touchdown. This is because of
LSU has probably the strongest Inopportune fumbles, and not due DUDLEY 1 2 3 4 TOTAL
I defense UF will face this season.In to any apparent weakness. Assistant Sports Editor Florida "10 10., 13 40
3i their victories over stubborn LSU is essentially a ball control Opponent OIlS 0 6 21
Texas A&M and determined Rice, team, (had the ball for 24 more Florida received some votes in the Associated Press poll for the
LSU's Bengals gave up a total of offensive plays than Rice)and pre top ten teams In the nation this week although the Galore didn't make TEAM STATISTICS
t six points. Rice was permitted to fers to move the ball on the ground. the elite set.Florida Florida Opponent
cross midfield only once. Their backfield is a relatively State also received votes. 40 Points. . -. .21:
Punting chores for LSU will be heavy one, with three standoutsas Tampa also received votes in the poll. 13 1st down, run. . .9
( handled by 6 ft. 1, 205 pound Pat Screen, quarterback, 5-11, If the Gators' last minute win over Mississippi State stirred up 9 1st down, pass. .4
junior Gerald Jones, who averages 185; and Joe Labruzzo, tailback, Florida football fans, thA Spartans receiving votes In the AP poll 2 1st down, penalty. .2
59,1'75.LSU's. was next to the biggest thing of the week. 24 Total 1st downs. .15
40
around yards a kick.Superstition.
-_._ passing arsenal has come But don't get too excited it was a mistake naturally. 92 Runs from scrim.' .65
DiesA into the spotlight more than usual After the first results were sent over the wire, a correction movedon 289 Gain from scrim. .304
this year,with juniorScreen having the wire deleting Tampa. However, some state papers printed the 53 Lost from scrim. .45
short-lived superstition about completed 25 of 38 passes. His first copy of the poll including Tampa which lost its first two games 236 Net gain from scrim. .259
working out the day prior to a favorite targets are left end of the season. 118.0 Rushing avg.p rgame.l29.5
football game was broken by Moreau and right end Billy Masters Another team which the Gators are Interested in received votes 29 Passes attempted. .. .27
Florida head Coach Ray Graves 6-5, 230 pounds.In in the poll and this was no mistake. The team was Louisiana State 17 Passes completed. 8
last weekend in Jackson, Miss. 1958 LSU started an ever- University. 58.6 Percent completed. ..29.6
Last' year the Gators arrived widening trand in college footballthe Selections are made by sports writers who wire their choices to 0 Passes had interc. 3
late and failed to workout in -- three platoon system. The the AP's New York office. 197 Gain passing. . .69
Tuscaloosa, Ala. on Friday before "Go" team plays offense only, Both LSU and Florida will be trying to Impress these writers 98.5 Passing avg. per game.34.5
their big ,upset, 10-6, victory that the "Chinese Bandits" are the Saturday. Unfortunately, the Tigers will probably be the ones moving 433 Total Net Gain. . .328
Saturday over Alabama.The defensive specialists, and the up the poll after Saturday.LSU 216.5 Total offensive avg. .164.0
15 No. of punts. . 14
Gators hadn't worked out "White" team
on plays both ways. will have the toughest defense the Gators will probably
Friday since Graves sent his club Offensively, the Bayou Bengalsuse have to deal with the whole season; and If the Gator passing offenseis 604 Total yards kicked. .549
40.2 Punting . 39.2
,through drills last Friday night basically the same formationsas hampered by hurricane weather, the Orange and Blue could easily 5 No. of avg ret..8
in Jackson because Florida had UF, with a wide flanker Instead return to Gainesville with its first defeat of the young season. punts
114 Yds. punts ret. 105
yet to work under lights for its of a Lonely End, the "I", and However, it's always possible the Gators could win by a field goal.
22.8 Avg. punt return. .13.1
initial night game of 1964. the split backfield.
It would be 5 No. kickoffs ret .9
especially nice for a group of UF leaders who have
Florida to
managed come from Defensively, the Tigers use a
planned an organized riot for the victory or the loss.It 114 Yds. kickoffs ret. .151
5-4 basic
behind and finally win over front, or the 5-4 Eagle
would be terrible If the UF's first public relation's riot was a 22.8 KO return avg . 16.8
Mississippi State with one second (the linebackers line up behind the
11 No. of penalties. .10
left in the game, 16-13. ends instead of over the guards). flop.However
If it's a success, even bigger things might be In store 83 Yds. penalized. . .93
for the students such as classes titled Riot 201 and Advanced Rioting 4 Fumbles. . . .7
1 Fumbles lost. . .2
202.There
might even be a dress rehearsal for the next impromptu riot 2 TDs running. . 3
to make sure everybody stands In the right place and doesn't get to 1 TDs passing . 0
close to the fire. 1 TDs punt return. .0
I 4 Ex. pt. att. (kick). .:
Actually the planned celebrations following the games are a good 4 Ex. pt. made (kick). Jo
idea, and the UF leaders should be commended for their quick action. Ex. pt. att. (run). .1
It's just too bad their first celebration couldn't be for a victory. o Ex. pt. made (run). .1

4 Field Goals att. . 2
4 Field Goals made. .0

INDIVIDUAL PASSING
Att. Comp. Pct Intr. Gain TD
Spur-
rier 25 14 56.0 0 146 1
Shannon 4 3 75.0 0 56 0

PUNTING GAME
BOOTS Kicks Yds. Blk. Avg.
Spurrier 12 512 0 42.7
.. h. Seymour 2 84 0 42.0
Team 1 8 1 8.0
PUNT RETURNSNo.
MLHUJTOlEfc MCINORS Yds. Avg. TDs
Harper 4 113 28.2 1

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major way by the scholar's studied selection of the .
minor articles of his wardrobe. A brief crib list is INDIVIDUAL RUNNING
shown, and dally tutoring is available.
Runs Gain Lost Net Ay,.
Dupree 16 U Z 61 3.0
tug 'u irag Shannon 15 G'7 12 55 3.7
Feibec 10 30 0 30 3.0

13 West University Avenuere&zz SHIRTS Spurrier 15 40 14 2S J.8
Harper I' 35 II 24 1.3
Poe 12 31 13 18 1.5
ae.zler 4 lei 15 3.1
Newcomer I 4 0 4 ..0
Knapp I 3 0 3 3.0
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Newcomer 2 0. 0
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Ro.\ [] Casey Harper Baeszler Bennett INDIVIDUAL No.4 3 9 I RECEIVING Yards 90 11 92 11 TDs 0 0 0 1 r



Poe 1 9 0KICKOFF

RETURNSNo.
... Gainesville Yards Avg.
Harper 3 83 27.8
w Jordan 2 31 15.5

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PAT Att. f.

Supply Co. TD P.R.JC P-R-K FG T
Harper 2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0 12
Livestock Market Hall 0 0-0-4 0-0-4 2 10
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Air rorea .. 13 Colorado Stata U. 0
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one of the most versatile motorcycles Arl Arizona.nl State M 20 Wichita Washington stall 14 tea-parties, but the mint should win by seven.
In the world. Smooth, sure, Arkansas 0 T. C. U."::::::::::::.::::::::: 7 One of the real outstanding ball games In
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Auourn 14 KamuckOrtgon
I e powerful -- It's the choice of the Baylor .... .. IS /state' :::::::::::: 11 the countrt will be played at Ann Arbor

experts. Electric starter. Brown Bowling...Orson 20 10 baytontannslvama' ':"::::::::':: 12 0 between 6th-rated Michigan and Navy, the #5

t California 21 Mnnuol. .................... 20 team In the Top Twenty. The Midshipmen
Citadel ItII DavidsonKansas ........ .. /
\ Colorado Sato :: :::::..:: 11 are again hot-footing It up on dry land, and
Cornell .. 23 Colfata .......... ............. 7 the
Dartmouth 20 Boston U. .... ......... 0 power quotients are so close you can
Dull .. .. ... 13 Tulana ..... ............ I hardly see daylight between them. But with a
Florida Sate 17 New Mexico Sate 0
$775 CaorfiaGoonia .. .... 17 South Carolina :::: I healthy quarterback. .Navy by one point in a
Tech 21 ClamsonBucknill ............:::::;;:;: S real
Harvard 27 ... .... .. heart-stopper.
II Illinois 21 Northwestern .. 14 .
\ Michiganders will see another top intersectional -
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Kansas 13 toyomnif 14
\ Lot Angola* "h.' 20 Pacific ... .::":':'::.:: game Saturday as 3rd-ranked
> ..-ta: i ii'ea U S. U.Marshall. 0 Florida ..... .... .... 11I
Southern Cal matches muscles with the
.. 10 Toledo .. .... .. 7
MassachusettsMtmph's IS Buffalo ::.......:: ::. .. .... 14 Spartans of Michigan State. The Trojans will
{. ,, State 20 Tampa '''....... ....... ..'''.. 0
Miami, Ohio 22 western Michifan i 0 stay undefeated with a nine-point win.
MississippiMississippi! .. no 27 HoustonTannassao.....................
Last
bi.cycIe: sate 17 :: is week in the pick'em department,
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Missouri 14 Oklahoma Stag : there were 139 correct and 45 Incorrect
"Navy ... 22 i 21
Nebraska 27 Iowa State"::::::::.. :.::.:: 7 for a .755 average. The early season totals, DONIGAN'SI123W.
North Carolina 12 Waka Forast ................
\ ...h.CJ PI North Carolina Slats 20 MarylandLounvilla .. ... .. .. 1s then read like this: 273 right and 90 wrong
North Texas 11 ....... .. ..... 7 (nine games have ended In ties), which adds Univ. Ave.
Notre Dame 20 Purduo .. IS
615 W University Oho state 21 Indiana .: : 14 up to a .752 batting average.Ohio .
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U. 13 Kant Statapann 14
I O"on 21 State .. ......20 Georgia Tech Is #7, and the Wreck should
PittsburghPnncaton_ 23 Willi.m. It MaryColumbia ... 7 sneak by Clemson by a couple of Touch-

: The Rica 22 20 west Virginia' 0 I downs. Number 8 Is Ohio State, and It looks Featuring Hot
k a
Rutgers 11 Connecticut 7
fan Jest "State 17 Montana sags 13 as though the Bucks can slip the needle Into
Southern Cal 23 Michigan state 14 Indiana by about seven points.
( .. 32 Arlington state 0
S. M. U.Southarn
.College Life Miss 17 Richmond 7 The #9 rung on the ladder Is a surprise. .

Syracuse 41 23 Army Holy Croll.. .. 0 7 Notre Dame. And to hold It, they're going Roast Beef

t : Texas Tech 14 Southern I. M 7 to have to dump another "Big Tenner,"
Football Forecast Tulsa 21 Illinois 7IS
U. C. L. A. 20 Stanford I Purdue. The Riveters are 5-point underdogsUtah
21 Idaho to the Irish.
Utah StataVillanova ISII Montana 0
: THE GAMES CLJCA V. M. I.Virtinia I. 7 Auburn is 10th, and the upsetting Kentucky
v'I.. 14 .
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1 1 FLORIDA v LSU FLORIDA Wes l Tex 17 Texas Western 14 this time. Kentuck' will scratch, but the
Vala 30 0Highlights
ARMY v TEXAS TEXAS 'high Tigers will claw Auburn by six. Tzl':

NAVY V MICHIGAN NAVY i This week there are no less than three

AUBURN v KENTUCKY AUBURN teams In the ratings that have already been

,I MISSISSIPPI ST. v TENN MISSISSIPPI ST So the mighty Longhorns of Texas, with beaten once. As we've said before, the Top

\ ARKANSAS v TCU ARKANSAS a Harmon Power Quotient of 112.0, start Twenty is not a haven for undefeated teams.

\ NOTRE DAME V PURDUE NOTRE DAME out the 1964 football season as the Number Syracuse and Washington both bounced back
PENN ST. OREGON OREGONGEORGIA One team In the nation. +'l''
M v after initial losses to establish themselves I.'
The Army moves Into Texas cow country
GEORGIA v SOUTH CARO as '64 And
,t powers. Mississippi, an upset
( this week, and just might give the Steers a
MINN CALIFORNIA
CALIFORNIA
( v victim at the hands of Kentucky, still ranks
bit of trouble. However, the "bit" won't be
\ as one of the top teams In the nation.
enough. Texas will bump the Cadets by 3
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