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Vol. 57. No.. 21? University of FloridaGainesville Monday, Oct. 5, 1964
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f Lyndon Barry

Chad Mitchell $ Y

Take Break '

Due In Friday Over Weekend

Culture "comes a-calling" at Composed of Chad Mitchell, dential campaign trail was empty
the UF this week when the Lyceum Mike Kobluk and Joe Frazier, the yesterday. President Johnson and
Council presents the Chad Mitchell trio specializes in folk song and Sen. Parry M. Goldwater took
Trio. satire. Their appearance here is breathers before starting on a
scheduled for 8:15 p.m. Friday, heavy week's schedule of vote-
in Florida Gymnasium.The chasing.
trio is a nationally famous Johnson spent a quiet day at
Dollars FundAwarded
group who are especially known the White House, broken only bya
for biting social comment and quick trip to a Washington hotel
satire on the American! political for the wedding of Sen. Warren
$l00Alpha scene. One of their most famous Magnuson, D-Wash.

recordings is "The John Birch Goldwater rested from a 2,500-
Society." mlle whlstlestop tour of the
Kappa Psi, professional The Lyceum Council will also Midwest. When he returned to
business fraternity, presented sponsor Halina Siedzieniewska Washington Saturday night, the
$700-the first Installment of a (pronounced said-gin-nefs-ka), an Republican presidential candidatetold
$1,350 donation..to Dollars for International exchange artist from newsmen he was pleaded with

Scholars Thursday.The Poland, In a perforance Tuesday the results of his train trip through
Dollars for Scholars program night. Siedzieniewska will presenta Ohio, Indiana and Illinois.
is a nine-to-one matchingloan piano concert in University Monday, diplomacy will take
fund between UF and he Auditorium beginning at 8:15 p.m. precedence over politics for
federal government. This year's The Florida Union Fine Arts President Johnson. He meets
goal set up by UF organizationsis Committee will Introduce Llords Philippine President Dlosdado
$15,000 which if met, will mean International Concert Theatre For Macapagal.

$150,000 for UF students when Adults Thursday at 8:15 p.m., In On Tuesday, Johnson will travelto
matched by the federal govern- University Auditorium.The THE CHAD Mitchell Trio, nationally-known folk- nearby Alexandria, Va., to see

ment. performance will present singing trio will appear in concert in Florida Gym Fri- Mrs. Johnson oft on a whistlestoptour

Administration Daniel Llords, the talented puppet Council. Left of the South. Their separationwon't
Dean of Business day night presented by the Lyceum to
master who can pull the strings of be long, because the President -
Donald J. Hart presented a
$700 check to Dollars for Scholars as many as 23 marionettes at one right above are Mike Koboluk, Chad Mitchell, and plans to Join the First Ladyin

Chairman, Bill McBride. time. Joe Frazier.DAMAGE Raleigh, N.C., later that day
According to Ronald Boatright, -- for a Democratic rally. Mrs.
president of Alpha Kappa Psl, this IN THE MILLIONS Johnson will stop In eight Southern
donation represents the largest states, including Mississippi and

amount of money ever given to the Alabama.
project by a single campus On Tuesday, Goldwater will
organization. Hilda Floods LouisianaBATON resume his campaigning with a
speech In Washington before a

The money was raised last meeting of United Press Inter
'trimester by the sale of Campus ROUGE, La.UPI-Backlash from dyIng lions as tlde-and-rain-caused floods rose. national's newspaper editors.Then
Pacs. The business fraternity Hurricane Hilda brought flooding and more Far ahead, two cams burst at Franklin and he will follow up with a quick
handled the contract and turned all devastation to ravaged south Louisiana yes- Highlands, N. C., under pressure of rains set swing Into Pennsylvania the same
proceeds -- $1,350. over to the terday. The storm moved into Mississippi on by Hilda, officials reported. There were day.
Dollars for Scholars program" pushing torrential rains ahead.At no reports of casualties there.
The second installment will be least 32 persons were dead In Louisiana Hilda, downgraded to a tropical storm,moved (Continued on Pago 2))

given to the fund in the near future. hundreds were injured, whole towns were across southern Mississippi and into Alabama
isolated and damage was rising into the mU- during the afternoon winds that had hit 120

miles an hour along the Louisiana Florida; Man
I Cards Get coast had dropped to 50 miles an

hour. All Heart ?
( )
The weather bureau said squalls
MRS. UF contestant
accompanying the storm would diminish -
'*: At Mrs. Marlene Robert Ham N.L. TitleST. during the night.Heavy rain A Florida man.needs
no introduction he'saU
mer smiles her way throughthe was forecast for Alabama,Georgiaand heart.
South Carolina.A .
recent homemaking division Mississippi River levee at Miss Louise Drown, 1

of the contest. Sheis LOUIS (U PI).The St. Port Sulphur, 33 miles below New UC, can vouch for that.
Louis Cardinals won their first Miss. Drown did not
Orleans, burst under the pile-
the Phi Gamma Delta National League pennant in 18 know what hit her as she
} driver pressure of wind-whipped
v entry. (Photo by Carolyn years yesterday defeating the waters. Floods were reported walked out of Peabody
New York Mets 11-3 on the Hall during a class breaka
Johnston) spreading through the gap. Pumps
final day of the season while were set to work to protect week ago Friday Was
the Cincinnati Reds lost to Phil It a bird or a plane ?
nearby areas.
adelphia 10-0. It was a screen that
Utility Infielder Dal Maxvill, The residents of the Port Sul- came flying down from
playing for the injured Julian phur area had left two days ago s second-story window
Javier, drove in two runs with as Hilda advanced with its full120mile that bounced) off )JLI.Drown' s
aAa two singles. In the slcth tinning -an-hour fury. head, d".lnC her
a the 25-year-old Mazvill of At Lake Pont chart rain, a 40- for a few moments.
Granite City, 111., ran in fast by-20-mile saucer like body of Students passed herby,
to field Roy IofeJlUlan'"rouder water in New Orleans, wind guststo amused at the incident.
with the bases filled to make '70 miles an hour sent waves They laughed and they
r the final putout of the inning. over at Lakeshore Drive. Palatial pointed. A man walked
tiJd homes on the drive were protected by, moved the screen
a by a small seaondarylevee. i I aside so It would not
Maxvill singled home one run Mayor Victor Schiro and New block sidewalk traffic,
to tie the score in the top of Orleans city engineers rushed to and walked on.
the fourth, and his second single the lake to survey it. No one even botheredto
nky three-run ask her if she was hurt,
t came during a Waves washed over the bulkhead
fifth-Inning rally which put the at Jefferson Parish adjacent to Miss. Drown said.
v Cardinals ahead to stay. New Orleans, threatening some Alter regaining com-
4 M The' Cards, in a first-place hones and some of New Orleans posur, Miss Drown
wH returned to her room in
r deadlock with Cincinnati, came famed restaurants.
,+..", back to win the final game after Official said waves and tides Jennings Hali. Her room
y losing two straight games to were cawing Uw flooding and there L number? Room 1313.

the lowly M ts. was no order to evacuate.


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: .i lllMMAI Billiards
: CampaignContinued

. rc-N Briefs All-campus Billiards

( From Page 1)) Atlantic City and Newark, N.J. Tournament will be held
N Peel MeetingThere Art ExhibitAn Thursday he Is due in Lubbockand Wednesday, Thursday and
Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey, D- El Paso, Tex., and Phoenix, Friday in the Florida Union
will be an URGENT exhibition of posters has Minn., was out campaigning In Ariz. Friday, he takes his cam- Social Room.
(note the word) meeting of opened In the Department of San Francisco. He told an audience paign to Las Vegas, Nev., and Los
the New Orange Peel Art's Gallery X. that the nation's small businessmen Angeles and San Francisco, Calif. All students who wish to
tomorrow. This meeting will Featured In this exhibit are "are doing business under He winds up on Saturday with a participate must sign up in
begin at S p.m. and seven prize-winning postersby some of the most favorable econo- trip to Spokane, Wash., Portland, Room 315 Florida Union by
contributors must have their the famous Swiss poster / mic conditions In our history." Ore., and Salt Lake City. Utah. noon Wednesday.The .
material In. HOWEVER, artist Hans Falk designed for Rep. William E. Miller, R-N.Y.,
written material Is requested the Swiss National Exhibition '.' will stay In the capital Monday.On Johnson tentatively expected to tournament, sponsoredby
today. These deadlines must in Laussanne. Tuesday, he will campaign In take trips to Illinois and Iowa the Recreation Committeeof
be adhered to.Book On display is another group the South with stops In Wilmington, during the week. On Thursdayhe the Union, will be playedon
of posters created by a group Hickory, and Asheville, N.C. Is scheduled to be in Cleveland, special tables. Pocket and
ReviewThe of contemporary Puerto Rican For the rest of the week, Gold- Ohio, and is tentatively scheduledto three-cushion billiards will be
artists. These posters are water has a heavy schedule of be in Louisville, Ky., and New played.
Florida Union Forums representative of works published engagements.On Orleans on Friday, and San
Committee Is
sponsoring a by the Institute De Wednesday, he will be in Francisco on Saturday.
review of The Centaur by to
Culture Puertorrlquena f
John Updike tonight at 8:15
publicize performances, exhibitions -
in The Florida Union Audi- and other projects Engineering & Science

torium. which they sponsor or Degree Candidates (BS,MS, PhD)
The Centaur which Is the
on Homer
endorse. Lorenzo ,
C-3 list this
reading director of the Graphics ,
trimester, is a novel dealing, Department of the Institute De Who Provides Range Support For
with school science
a high
Cultura Puertorrlquena,
teacher and his son. It Is MARINER TIROS
Juan Antiquo,
written on both a realisticand
nationally known for his own
a mytbolodcallevel. creative works. Examples of RAHGES: ,\ OfiO OGO 050 PIONEER
The review will be his graphic designs are Included ,
conducted by Dr. Robert in this exhibition. SERT SURVEYOR SMS VOYAGER
Detweller, Assistant ,
Professor of English and C-3, In addition to these, works
I-B i u TITAn m
according to Forums Com- by Ben Shann, Saul Bass and ATS, SATURn ,
mittee Chairman Bill Herbert Leupln, are shown.
McCollum. i
This display will show

Astronomy Talk through October 23rd.GalleryX MINUTEMAN ANNA ASSET
Is open to the public Monday

American Institute of through Friday from 9 a.m. BIOS GEMINI TRANSIT VELA HOTEL ETC ETC.?
to 12 noon and from 2 p.m. to ,
Physics student section and
Sigma Pi Sigma will have a 5 p.m.

Joint meeting tomorrow at 4:30 Pan Am "
p.m., at Bless Auditorium Spanish Group ,
| (Phy 133).
Dr. Kwan Ku Chen
Spanish Conversation group For the Bpace-minded engineer and ment systems engineering, facilities -
assistant professor of will meet today In the inter- scientist, Pan Am is the place to engineering, or base/down
astronomy will speak about national Center at 7:30 p.m. gain broad exposure to the entire range operations, you'll find an exciting -
the optical astronomy to speak and practice Spanish.All space technology. Here at the challenge contributing to
research program at the UF. students of Cape, "Range Professionals" of this continually growing, ever-
SpauUh--past '
"'discipline plan engineer,and changing technology.
The title of his lecture L
and present--are welcome.
direct operation of the complex instrumentation .
"Photoelectric Photometry of Refreshments will be served. systems ana facilities
Eclipsing Variable Stars. to support our nation's space
and missile programs (over 40 dieMon.. A Tue*.- Oct. 19-2O
;f:::,':' :;;" : :,:::, ',,: : : ,;., tinct 'programs scheduled in the
Halloween Party next five years). A"."". ma appointment with four
33 Years Experience If your'interest;, and ability 'is in Plmeamant Director now. Or writs
International Women's Club
range fanning, range develop- to Manager of College Relation
j will have a Halloween party 376-1894 ,
this evening at 8 In the Uni- 24 hour service on

versity Women's Club, on the R.O.T.C.TAILORING.
corner of Newberry Road and T GUIDED MISSILES

23rd St.Mrr. I
[Clifford Boyd will be
hostesses for the get-together d1ltcwllou oJ' au Hindi on AMERICAN WORLD AIRWAYS. INC.

for all women foreign students flans( and Womtn't tlot'lrl9 .. 750 S. ORLANDO AVENUE, COCOA BEACH. FLORIDA
and wives of foreign students An Equal Opportunity Employer
I and faculty members. Expert Tailoring
The evening party will
j feature an explanation of what Prices Very Reasonable I

Halloween is and how it is .....
celebrated. Bobbing for apples h
and telling ghost stories, will
be of the
part program.
I Refreshments will be served. AUTO LOANS

PSY WivesThe

Y for
October meeting of the
|Psychology Student Wives
(Group will be held tomorrow -
I at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs.H. Staff And !Member
T. Martin, 1209 N.W. 38th Faculty
(Street. All wives are cordially
I Invited.

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Monday, Oct. 5, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 3

Highway Press Tour BeginsTAMPA Kennedy Visits f

Fla. (UPI) Gov. here has given the state a limited
Farris Bryant will dedicate the access highway from Pinellas ;
$40 million Tampa Expresswaypart County on the West Coast, up Dorm Councils
of Interstate 4-.Monday through Orlando and on to Daytona
: morning to kickoff the third Beach on the East Coast, with the
SHARON KELLEY student body has failed to meet
; biennial press tour of the state's' exception of a small segment in
i highway system. Orlando. Staff Writer its pledges, and placed too heavya

I The whirlwind tour will go from The interstate route terminateson burden on the Alumni
, here to Stuart for the Student Body President Ken Association. The program has gone
opening of the west end of the Howard
) r Kennedy, accompanied by Bill steadily downhill the last few
a section of U.s. Highway 1, and Franklin Bridge over Old Tampa
McBride chairman of the and efforts to make this
"Dollars year's
)1 then on to Miami later Monday.The Bay, and just north of St.
opening of the expressway Petersburg. 4 for Scholars" program, visited drive the most successful the
three dorm area councils Thurs history of the project are soon to
day night in conjunction with the be felt all over campus, accordingto
Student Government Informational McBride.
I series.In The "Dollars Scholars"program -
.:( c:1: t"t"a. each of the three areas,Yulee, first came to the UF In 1959.It .
; .. Murphree and Hume, Kennedy consists of a loan to all land
tl r stressed his intention of grant schools In which the U. S.
I, 1 I: '. Roy CravenCraven strengthening Individual dormitory Government matches 9-1 all money
'I : t : governments with the help of SO raised by the students.
f}I j NamedArt and the Interhall Council. The SG Informational series
i II l i He asked the representatives to continues tonight when Kennedy
I Iti
I' DirectorRoy encourage students to attend the meets with area representativesfrom
I I I Informal dorm discussions con- Rawllngs, Graham and

a't I : C. Craven Jr.,UF associate ducted by Kennedy and members of Broward llalla. _____._
f I professor of art, has been his cabinet. The purpose of these ;*, -
appointed acting director for the meetings, according to Kennedy, I v H
new University Gallery of Art by is to "provide an avenue of
Eugene E. Grissom, art response, Ideas and student I c ct
department head. opinion" and to enable students to t
Craven recently returned from achieve a more workable
1 India where he was a senior research relationship with SO.
scholar under the Fulbright Question and answer periods are
program. emphasized in the sessions In +Nt F jr

While he was In India, order to give students a chanceto
he organized an exhibit of 30 make SG members defend their
paintings done by 10 Indian artists. stand on issues and explain their
The exhibit has toured North respective functions. I
America and Is currently on "Dollars for Scholars" !
display at the University of Hawaii. chairman, Dill McBride asked the
.I A member of the department of dorm representatives to supportthe
.I art faculty for 10 years Craven program and to appoint a
L has published articles on India representative to the fundraisingboard.

and a monograph on the collectionof ,"
Indian sculpture at Rlngllng McBride explained the program ,
Museum of Art, Sarasota. to the area reps and announced ii' "
The art gallery, nearing completion that Oct. 31 through Nov. stall : it
along with the new has been designated as "Dollarsfor
Architecture and Fine Arts Scholars Week." This year's C. Wayne Alford

building, will have over 300 feet goal of $15,000 hopefully will be
of display space. The first exhibit reached by the end of that week. Alford ReceivesFU
tdI T there will be scenes of Florida Mc Bride stressed the
painted by Winslow Homer,George Importance of reaching the goal ScholarshipsC.
Inness and George Audubon. this year since In the past the
Wayne Alford, 4AS, has been
I awarded the Florida Union staff
Northwestern MutUal scholarship for the fall trimester.

OPERATION FALL WARDROBEMonotony L\fe\ { Insurance Co Alford is FU desk assistant.
The award is given to a student
SINCE 1857
can't get you down with this 4piececombo staff member who exhibit
suit by H.IJS. for fall and winter--..Blazer r Interest, Initiative and skill In
Jacket with 3-Button Front. Center vent, pockets performing his duties at the Union
and natural shoulders. Matching lean tapered Post- while maintaining high academic
Grad slacks cuffed and belt looped-..Reversible COLLEGE PLANS standards.
vest and contrasting Piper slacks, no belt, *
... Jim H.1105W.D Ua..J
no cuffs --Fabrics are easy to care for color International
easy to look at--.and the whole job is easy to own--. s.1. U"At."t,.. Ave.Itns. MORTGAGE
20* SMU. 114,. RETIREMENT *
B-L MEN'S' WEAR $39.95 J7'.f7ll Dinners Set

Florida Union's International
United Rtrit-QlUA. Committee Is planning two dinners
and I gin sale for this trimester.The .
next dinner, Oct. 29, will
How You Con Rent
be Chinese style and on Nov. 19
RGLLAWAY BEDS TOOLS ALL TYPES the menu will switch to Hungarian
BABY BEDS LOCAL -, TRUCKS cooking. Dinner It served at G p.m.;
THE STORE WITH MORE PARTY, BANQUET NEEDS TRAILERS tickets coat$1.30 and maybe bought

1302 NORTH MAIM STREET .,y4Y DISHES DINNERWARE- GLASSES LADDERS noon the day before the dinner.An .
International Christmas saleIn
...And 1,001 Other Items the Social Room, Dec. 13, will
feature trinket and gifts from
OPEN 10: A.M. 9 P.M. Phone 372.6303 625 NW 8TH AVE. OR CALL FR 6-2835 mot parts of the world.




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Goldwater's Foreign Policy b al

Paralleling the rise of Goldwaterism In domestic politics this

year has been a similar rise In dogmatism among many In the

area of foreign affairs.

Too often It seems that Sen. Goldwater's simplistic approach

which In general seems to appeal to the less-educated and more

emotional segments of the electorate oversimplifies conditions l

which cannot afford to be oversimplified today.

For example, Goldwater's second best-seller, "Why Not

Victory," Itself implies this same oversimplification.

Posing the question "Why Not Victory?" Implies the reduction

of alternatives ultimately to two: victory and defeat, both short-

ranged concepts. This has been the accepted belief of the past.

However, with the advent of the Atomic Age, our concept of PROFESSIONAL GAMBLER?
victory has undergone a drastic change.

Once total victory short of mutual disaster was possible.Not .

until after Hiroshima and Nagasaki did the concepts undergo

alteration. Total victory until then was not synonymous with

wholesale decimation of the civilian population. It was often CLERK'S CORNER

synonymous with uncondltlnal surrender and subjugation for the

defeated power, but never was the world Itself in real mortal


Goldwater's concept seems to be that of either-or proposition; Are Honor Court Penalties Just?
that Is, either victory in the old sense or defeat in the old sense.

The rules of the "game" have been drastically altered, and to

survive,the new combatants must adhere to certain basic rules.

The "game" is much the same: the continuing fight for freedom STEVE CHEESEMANHonor It Is true, indeed, that last Spring trimestera

and the defense of liberty against totalitarian governments. Only Court ClerkA student was suspended from the university
the groundrules have been changed In order to safeguard the
for three trimesters and given 12 penalty hours,
entire framework of the "game" Itself. but the situation was In considerable contrastto
student attended the UF a number of years
We quote from his second best seller: "It Is wrong to equate the above example. This student had paid
ago and left three trimesters before he was to
modernism with experimentalism, with turning our back on the another student twenty-five dollars to take an
graduate. He completed his military obligation,
past, with radical internationalism, with a scorn for tradition.In MS-205 mid-term exam for him, and did the
married, and returned to this university with
foreign policy, as well as In every other aspect of our lives, same for the final exam. When turned in, this
barely enough money to remain here for the
traditional values must continue to have Influence. student plead not guilty. After two weeks of
three trimesters he needed for graduation. He
"That Is why I ask, WIlY NOT VICTORY. Once upon a time our preparation for a jury trial, he decided that
panicked in a final examination this past Spring
1 traditional: goal in war---and, can anyone doubt that we are at he would plead guilty. Even then, he failed to
trimester and copied two answers from the
war?-..was victory. Once upon a time we were proud of our appear at two summary trials which had been
paper of a student sitting next to him.
strength, our military power. Now we seem ashamed of It. Once The arranged for his convenience.This .
following evening,
upon a time the rest of the world looked to us for leadership.Now his Instructor questionedhim student was very stable financially, but

they look to us for a quick handout and a fence-straddling about these two ans- was on academic probation. The Honor Court

international position." wers. The student, not felt that aside from his extremely uncooperative
Goldwater continues, "I am not calling for a return to the naked having been threatened by attitude and the unusual seriousness of the
politics of the 19th. century.am not asking that we declarehot
power this Instructor Immediately offense, the student was in danger of being
war on Russia or turn a deaf ear to the pleas for help from turned himself, suspended for academic reasons, and needed to
destitute nations. I am willing to be as "modern" as anyoneas --
in to the Honor Court, and get away from the university to reappraisehis
long as "modernism" does not constitute a debasing of our cooperated fully with the personal attitude towards the value of a

traditional values. ,officers concerned. It justso college education. The Court also felt that it

Goldwater earlier in the preface asserts that "change will happened that this Fall was protecting the remainder of the student
always be with In material life." but that "man's desirer
us our trimester was to be his body by taking such action.
freedom will never change. ." last and that the course. CHEESEMAN The Honor Court is certainly not "crip"or

Dut, Senator Goldwater's chief weakness In foreign affairs Is in which he cheated was a prerequisite for "Mickey Mouse;" neither Is It unnecessarilyharsh.

his apparent inability to fathom change. He does not see that one he would have to take this trimester in Its powers of penalization are wielded

the concept of "victory" has been necessarily altered. In order to graduate In December. The instructor with much discretion and flexibility, so that

addition: he operates from the fallacious assumption that the Informed the Honor Court that even after with- each student who receives a penalty receives a

United States is omnipotent,a fallacy hardly acceptable in the cruel drawing credit for the two answers which were just one, not only for his best Interests,but also

world of reality.Of copied, the student would make a "C" In the for those of the student body at large.

course, Goldwater does not desire to blow up the world, course. He even volunteered to give the student

as has been intimated. However, in pursuance of a myopic goal that "C" if the Honor Court did not give him
of "total victory" this could accidentally occur. the usual "E." LETTERS:

To say that Goldwater oversimplifies things would be committing

ourselves the act of oversimplification. He does this to some Was this student electrocuted, expelled, sus-

noticeable extent. A big problem,however,is that he sees abstract pended, !given an "E" in the course? No.
goals like "victory" and "freedom" as Immediate goals of a As always, the Honor Court considered what 'Not Like Mine'EDITOR

very concrete nature which can be achieved overnight. penalty would best benefit this student. As

"Victory" today Is a very relative concept. Certainly, if the.* always, the Court made Its decision on the
Is a "day of reckoning" in which either the forces of "evil"or basis of these three factors: (1)The seriousnessof :

those of "good" triumph, then we all hope we will achieve the offense;(2) The student's family,financial,
"victory." But victory Itself Is a shallow and hollow term today and academic situation; and (3) The student's The Alligators I have seen so far have been

If It means sacrificing all or losing much of the past accomplishments general attitude coupled with the degree of very good, especially the photography, which is

( just as surrender under the threat of destruction cooperation he !give the Honor Court officials. probably the best the paper has ever had. The

1 Is shallow when It means subjugation. Alligator seems professional, journalisticallysound

This does not Imply an abandonment of the concept entirely, an improvement over last winter.It .
Honor Court, understanding the doesn't it's good.
student's but
look like mine,
merely a reshapening of the concept. Victory under the shadow
financial situation and taking into considerationthe Congratulations.
of Pax Atomica becomes a long-range goal achieved, as peace,
fact that he momentarily panicked duringthe
only after much work.
exam, along with the fact that he showeda John Askins
As Goldwater says, we do not need to cast off well-established
good attitude through his cooperation hima Editor
,!gave Former Alligator
American Ideas and traditions which remain in our best Interest to
severe reprimand, six penalty hours and
retain. However, a quick and decisive victory today Is not possible ,
recommended to the instructor
that he be given
short of nuclear confrontation and resulting holocaust.We .
In the course. In addition, the Court
must continue to gird ourselves and protect against the possibility -
recommended that notation of this be
Citizens Of State
of defeat, working however within the framework of reason.
removed from his record
upon !graduation. The
Our own particular national from
philosophy prevents us acting
penalty was designed so that this student could
aggressively the world and ourselvesas
conquering establishing
graduate this fall trimester, since he had
"benevolent dictators."That Is simply not the"American way."
originally planned to take only thirteen hours. :
Victory, then, Is a very long-range goal and very relative In
The Court felt that the nineteen hour load the
nature. A pocketful of alternatives Is always needed In shaping voter-
penalty would force upon him would serve as Apropos of your recent editorial on
foreign policy. America must continue to keep the enemies a helpful reminder for him to think twice in registration, The Federal Constitution (Article
guessing shaping our policies as would a Bismarck as opposed XIV 1) states and clearly that
to a Kaiser. Alternatives future situations In which he may find himself specifically
shwld never disintegrate into a choice "of the
between two diametrically under pressure. citizens of the USA are also citizens
victory or total surrender. opposed short-range *--*** State wherein they reside." It continues In the

Barry Uol4water bas exhibited a familiar vein "No State shall make or enforce
to be an international political complete lack of ability This Is a typical and concrete example of .". The word "permanent" does not appear.It .

marckian type of foreign policy Itaj.tt.ri22? a more BIs- the fact that the Honor Court Is concernedwith Is on this basis, for example, that Mr.

Wnen the alternatives are lessened to two/ on,s the *alserouV helping the student, not hurting him. I Kennedy can legally oppose Mr. Keating in New

modern sense, sans nuclear holocaust, ,; Im *,vict ory, intble stress the word "typical" because this trial is York State.

conflagration. Goldwater: is not the man to control th% =:\Only not a "peach" to be publicized to the UF student,
American foreign policy. ns of in an attempt to make him fall in love with the Alexander Donlplun wl lU,i

Honor Court and the Honor System. Professor of Mathfmith"Page *

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Seating At Church Too
84e Jazz L.P.S.

WALKER LUNDY to attend church In blocs should contact him by CHARLIE BUSHColumnist
Editor the Monday before the service. He explainedthe
blocs will sit in one side of the church and Have you ever heard of Crown Records?
Privileged seating has invaded other areas the independents the other. You probably haven't. It's what I term as
besides football games. Take for Instance this ".. one of the "supermarket" labels. You know
story received by The Alligator yesterday: "What could be fairer you can walk Into most any supermarket,
than that?" he said. I
dime store etc
drugstore, store, department ,
The Florida Field Baptist Church announced "Church seating has
and find a stack of 33 1/3 UP.'s priced any-
yesterday a Lfw seating policy scheduled to really been a mess in the where from 849 to 99?.
start at next Sunday morning's service. past," he said. "If your Usually all you can find isl,
Jack S. Phogbound, chairman of the Church side didn't have controlof trash, but sometimes you find
Committee on Pew-Seating, announced front taking up the collectionyou good Jazz records (especiallyat j
row seating in the sanctuary would be reserved t were lucky to get out J.M. Fields).
every Sunday for the "Big Three," the Sunday of the balcony once. Crown Records appears to
School teachers, the circle chairmen, and the "But we've really be the best of the supermarketlabels
training union officers, "because they are the cleaned it up this year. both In recording qual-
ones who really do the work around here." LUNDY Even the Preacher will be ity and in choice of Jazz
assigned a seat and we'll
All other groups will take pot-luck In selections.
said. have people to make sure he doesn't sneak I Just look at this list of Jazz
seating, Phogbound Any groups desiring
off the podium." stars found on the Crown label: .
Gerry Mulligan, Chet Baker, BUSH
Phogbound admitted one group, the training Chico Hamilton, Dave
The FloridaALLIGATOR union officers, was objecting to the new seating Brubeck, Cal TJader, Bob Brookmeyer, Jim
plan as "not fair to the whole congregation"but Giuffre, Erroll Garner, the new Woody Herman
Phogbound dismissed this charge as "not big band, Paul Desmond, Shorty Rodgers, Stan

8nrtd by United Pre..International practical." Getz, Wardell Gray, Sonny Criss, Red Norvo
Shelly Manne, Lester Young, Barney Kessell,
Editor ..... . . .Walker Lundy "Why If they want to get after somebody, Paul Horn, Thad Jones, Eddie Costa, Coleman
Managing Editor. . . Joel Gaston let them pick on the choir instead of us," he 'Hawkins, Vince Guaraldl, Howard Roberts, and
Executive Editor . . Ron Spencer said. "They get good seats every Sunday and many, many morelI
Assistant Managing Editor. ....Benny Cason all they do is sing. Besides, nobody really suggest you write to Crown Records, 1433S.
Assistant Managing Editor. ...Dave Berkowitz minds. They sleep through the service anyhow. La Cienega Blvd., Los Angeles, Calif and
Editorial Page Editor. ... Jim Hammock ask for a record catalog.
Sports Editor. . . . .Glenn Laney Rumors were flying that the training union You can find many of these records at J.M.
City Editor. . . . .Skip Havlser officers had asked Phogbound to put them in Fields priced at 84?. When a big departmentstore
Campus Living Editor. ..Jackie Cornelius rotation with the other blocs In the congregationto sells records for 84? It Is called "using
i make the seating arrangement more fair. a 'leader'."
Editorial Assistants -- Bruce Dudley, Tova Phogbound admitted this but said he hadn't made A "leader" Is a bargain Item. It Is supposed
Levine, Jim Castello, Ann Carter, Don up his mind what to do about it yet.Speculation to "lead" you to the store where they will sell,
Federman, Nancy Brachey, Sam Ullman, Ernie was that he Just might ignore the request. you a refrigerator before you can get away.
Litz (Circulation Manager), Stan Kulp If you are a smart "Arab" you don't fall for It.
(Cartoonist). Phogbound said the privileged seating plan In Woody Herman and the "herd" can be seen
church was needed as a reward for the Sunday on WUFT-TV's "Jazz Casual" Wednesday night
Reporters -- Ed Barber (Tigert Hall Beat School teachers and the circle chairmen. 7:30 and Friday night 8:30.
Chief), Patti Pitz (Student Government Beat Jazz singer Carmen McRae will be featuredon
Chief), Jim Claxton, Hall Cain, Joe Kollln, "There's Just so few ways to really reward "" the "Johnny Carson Show" this Wednesdaynight
Bob Golub, Joe Waldorf, Sharon Kelley, Yvette these people for the work they do," he said. at 11:30: on channels 2 and 12.
Cardozo, Eunice Tall, Frank Shepard, Lee "Besides, If we don't let these people sit on Next week: record review. Coming Oct. 12:
Alexander, Agnes Fowles, Gerald Jones, Fran the front row every week, they're liable to quit Jazz Heritage, Part One.
Snider, Thelma Mossman, Bill Sadowski, Mar- coming to church.
jorie Green, Evan Langbein, David Kennedy,
Marilyn Brlcklln,Liz Brewer,Gretchen Vanden- "Anyhow, we have to be practical about this
Berg, David Ropes, Terry Rogers, Susie thing too," he explained. "The Sunday School GET IT ACROSS
Halback, Joan Gaston, Pam Brown, Jeffrey teachers are Just too powerful a group to put
Denkewalter, Dick Dennis, Beverly Faber, Dick in the end zone, er, I mean the balcony." With

Schneider, Greg Seltz, Bunny Goldbert, Kathl y
It was also rumored that a plan has been

Blaney. presented to Phogbound that would do away .... ,: Gator Classifieds
with privileged seating completely. :
is the
student newspaper of the University of Floridaand ,
Phogbound admitted this too but said if this -' ',; EXTENSION:283?
is published five times weekly except during ." ..
carried through that there was a possibility -
May, June and July when it is published semi- were
that God might do away with pews
the official
weekly. Only editorials represent
,opinion of The Alligator Columns represent altogether.
only the opinions of their authors. The Alligator "There's been a lot of pressure from up r
is entered as second class matter at the United there already," Phogbound said. C fWe
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of the Flavets who contacted me room apartment with 3 others.Just
Wed., Fri. Shorthand and typing
about finding my stolen bIcycle-- 3 blocks from campus. $36 month
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Monday, Oct. 5, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 7

Heads Weekend .

Pc Stunning Upsets Y GLENN with LANEY

: Sport Editor
I For the second week in a row, 9-7 at halftime. But Jim Weatherly scored the game-clinching touch-
be ten Kentucky rolled over scored two touchdowns and passedfor down with four minutes to go.
ielr favored opponents. Once another, and the Rebels won It marked the 12th straight game Fifty-five of Florida's finest gathered In the halls outside Ray
I lain, Kentucky is the talk of the going away, 31-9 over Houston. that California had lost to a Graves' office Friday.
utheastern Conference, If not the UF's homecoming opponent, the member of the Big Ten. Only one thine was on their minds. Would the LSU game be played?
itlon, as they out-defensed Gamecocks of South Carolina,out- In the Mid-west, upsets were as Grave was In his office talking long distance to Baton Rouge. On
venth-ranked Auburn 20-0,aftor gained, out-scrapped, and out- thick as crawdads. Michigan State the other end of the phone was Jim Corbett, LSU's athletic director.
iving previously shockedthe played Georgia's Bulldogs, but stunned Southern California 17-7; The frown on Graves' wearied face seemed to tell the story. There
robe r one nationally ranked settled for a 7-7 tie when two Iowa threw Washington 28-18; wasn't going to be a game, It seemed to scream.
ebels of Mississippi 2721. field goal attempts went awry. Oklahoma State tripped Missouri, Graves called Pepper Rodgers from his office to take the team
I Kentucky's Wildcats used two Deceptive Dan Reeves, quarter- 10-7; and In the east the big down to the projection room. As he stepped out of the office, Bob
mble ,recoveries to stop Auburn back for South Carolina, passedfor reversal was Oregon over Penn Thomas, who was left to guard the Sports Publicity Office while
ives and scored a touchdown on their lone score. The Game- State 22-14. his boss Norm Carlson was in Baton Rouge, asked Graves what the
I 95-yard pass Interception by cocks have now won none, tied Michigan State used a 49-yard word for the wire was.
Jack Roger Bird. Bird scored two and lost one. field boa by barefoot kicker Dick "We are flying to Jackson, Mississippi. A decision will be madeat
ther TD, and passed to set Fourth-ranked Alabama Kennedy, and a 23 yard touchdownpass eight tomorrow morning as to whether the game will be playedor
i the third.In struggled through a scorless first not."
other games Involving SEC half before going on to over- with five minutes left in the The rest is history. Cooler heads prevailed. The game was not
ams Tennessee outlasted Missfsippl power the tough Vanderbilt Comm- game, to defeat previouly unbeaten played as killer hurricane Hilda bedeviled the Louisiana coast.
State 14-13; Mississippi odores. A fumble by Vandyon their second-ranked USC. No matter how many hurricanes threatened the U. S. DO one at
turned to form with a 31-9 own 6 late in the third quarter The tenth-ranked Washington the beginning of the season had the Gators going Into the Mississippi -
sting of Houston; Georgia and broke the game open. Tide quater- Huskies were the victims of the game undefeated. If there was to be an undefeated team on
uth Carolina battled to a 7-7 back Joe Namath rolled on,passing deft passing of Iowa quarterbackGary Florida Field that day It would surely be Mississippi.
ei; and Alabama subdued tough for two touchdowns and runningfor Snook, who threw touchdown The tables are turned however as Florida Is the team with the
Uderbilt 24-0. another. passes and scored another. Snook perfect record, and Mississippi Is back with the also-rans who already
Winless Mississippi State drove Upsets also made headlines In completed 19 of 32 passes for have one loss.
|7 yards for a touchdown late in other places than the SKIn 215 yards In the 28-18 triumph. The weekend Inactivity for the Gators could have squeezed them
tie fourth quarter, to trail by 14 the West-Minnesota outlasted Inspired defense was the key Into the lower echelon of the top ten. Several of the "elite" of college
13.Mississippi State Head Coach California 26-20. Quarterback to victory for a young Oklahoma football took It on the chin this weekend.
|>aul Davis elected to gamble for John Hankinson and fullback Mike State team which scored on Glen Navy, Southern Cal, Missouri, and Auburn all were In the, big
points, but the try failed. The Reid led Minnesota's Gophers to baxter's 65-yard touchdown pass ten last week. Soneone will have to take a couple of those vacated
[ituation marked the reverse of a 12 to 0 halftime lead and an to Larry Elliot and Charles places.
wo years ago when Tennessee eventual 26-20 victory over Cal- Durkee's 49-yard field goal and Just as the LSU game was to be a pivotal one In the Gator's rugged
jnt for two, and lost 7-6. ifornia's Golden Bears. Quarter- then stopped Missouri cold for the schedule so will the Mississippi clash. Ole Miss lost a rough one
Mississippi State Is now 0 and back Craig Morton kept California entire second half, and a 10-7 to Kentucky two weeks ago and they are out to make the rest of the
i for the season. close with his experienced ball victory. teams on their schedule pay for it.
Mississippi, still staggered bye handling. Hankinson passed for two Fumbles and Bob Berry com- Poor little Houston felt the Rebel's wrath u they got poundedInto
blow Kentucky dealt them last touchdowns, while Reid kicked two bined to give Penn State its third the ground 31-9. Ole Miss piled up over 300 yards total, 100
eek, found themselves trailing field hoals, two conversions, and straight loss of the season, 22-14. on the ground and 117 in the air.
Ole Miss did prove they were human though. Houston took a 9-7
lead Into the locker room at half-time. The aroused Rebels came

SG Buses To FSU Ga. back half.On to swamp the underdogs with a 24 point deluge In the second

paper Mississippi looks better than Florida. The Caters will
probably go Into the game as 10 point underdogs. They will have to
Games To Save Money scrap and fight for every yard they can get. Ole Miss ,is going to
be up for this game. They will be out to run Florida into the ground.
Talking to one of the players last week, he said he noticed I certainty -
Cal Relchelle, Student wasmade in the form of a purchase charge. For the trip from Jacksonville had changed my tone about the Caters in the last couple of
Government's (SG) Secretary of order so no money actually changed where the chartered busses weeks. How can you talk poorly of a team playing the kind of ball
Athletics, has made it possiblefor hands. If enough tickets are not originate, to Gainesville and the this team has been playing so far?
students to go to both the sold to fill the busses SG must trip back to Jacksonville the Grey- The game this weekend will take another effort as great If not
Florida State and Georgia gamesat cancel them one week before they hound people pocket a 50 dollar greater than the one which brought defeat to the Crimson Tide last
less cost to the Individual stu- are scheduled to leave for Talla- charge for dead weight. year.
dent. hassee. If the cancellations are "The Georgia trip will work a Can this team do it? The football eyes of the nation will be on
"We have chartered two bussesto not made by that time the 50 dollars little differently," commented Florida Field this weekend. watching to see just what this 1984
go to both of these games," will go to the Greyhound Bus Co. Relchelle.' 'Students will actually Gator squad Is really made of.SAVE.
Rei c he 11 e said. "It costs the The actual breakdown of the pay- go down to the Greyhound
student $6.00 round trip. If he ment for the busses is done In bus station and purchase their 95 t
took the bus it would cost him terms of miles of travel and a dead tickets there for the special
more." weight charge. It cost 60 cents a busses. Still the charge will only FREE IMPRINTING SAVES YOU 95<; NOW
The two busses for the FSU mile to charter a bus. It Is 300 be three dollars and 55 cents. If
game were chartered for $230 miles to Tallahassee and back to the student was taking a regular bus
dollars. With 39 seats on the bus Gainesville. This accounts for 180 to Jacksonville and back it would
at six dollars a person SG gets dollars of the proposed 230 dollar_ cost him 17 cents more.__ .
234 dollars for each bus.
However, SG will also have to pay
the chaperones of the bus at least
flv$ dollars so they are operatingat FLA. UNION lr .
a loss of one to two dollars a
"Right now we only have two'
busses which can hold 39 people BARBER SHOP
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sell more tickets than this we can Hop
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need." BasementOf down! "\
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