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Vol. 57, No. 22 University of FloridaGainesville Tuesday, Oct. 6, 1964.
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I Barry And Lyndon Match Promises I


Plans AnnouncedTo

} M ,'"! NATO, Allies

ta dent Johnson greeted the presi- force" named by Sen. Barry M.
1 dent of the Philippines yesterdaywith Goldwater said yesterday the president -

a parade and a promise of should guarantee NATO allies
protection from any aggressor in that the supreme allied commander
Asia. Is authorized to use tactical nuclear
in under certain circum
"Our sons and your sons died
together..so we may stand together -
here In peace," Johnson The Republican presidential
nominee has said the NATO
r x tl i 6i com
told President Diosdado Maca-
mander should have such authority.
pagal in a White House greeting.
President Johnson has stated that

After a 15 minute ceremony on the decision on the use of nuclear
the lawn, Johnson and Macapagalrode weapons should rest with the President -
In Johnson's new armored alone.
bubble-top limousine through the The panel also said the President -
streets of downtown Washington. should make public the namesof
persons who would have control
j The two presidents arranged a
over nuclear weapons In the eventof
; +rMx u series of working .15.1\..
a presidential death disability.
Johnson gave a state dinner in
Former President Dwight D.Ellen-
_", .............. ,;"o':__'" "l'" 11" "$'..., '..,; t"';"" Macapagal'a honor last night. bower Immediately disagreed with

'WHAT NOW Mr. Gallup seems to be the question asked by the student on the Macapagal arrived by helicopter the findings of the group defense beaded
from Williamsburg, Va. He by one of his former secretaries -
I Goldwater side of the ticket booth. Things are more hectic on the Johnson side.The planned two days of meetings with Nell H. McElroy."I .

conditions were unplanned. (Honest I ) (Photo by Carolyn Johnston) top U.S. officials, then will leave don't think these are thing
r '- _. on a ten day tour of the country. we should be telling a potential
enemy," Eisenhower told a news
Emphasizing the long U.S. conference In New York. "Do you
Kennedy Describes Philippine friendship, Johnsontold think the UJ3. benefits by having the
Macapagal that this nation President tell everything he mlgbt
I would give a "firm and appro do In a situation?"
priate" reply to anyone who tried: Eisenhower also said he thought
White House JauntSHARON to break the peace In Asia. the use and control of nuclear' weapons -
should not be an issue In the
"We have and
peace we prizeit
presidential campaign."But It looks
KELLEY "The seat next to me had a sign on it saying ," Johnson said. But he added like It Is," he said. "I don't think
Staff Writer 'Reserved for the Secretary of State', Kennedysaid. that "we prize freedom and It's In the best Interest of the
However the occupant of the seat turned honor," and if they are threat country to take the details of how
attentive out to be none other than Miss Lynda Bird ened, American retaliation will
"Thank you for being so during my we will defend the United States
talk. I appreciate It. You Inspired me." Johnson.The be swift. and make them public."

With these words the President of the United platform delegation, led by Secretary of Macapagal told Johnson he was Eisenhower praised the panel forgetting
States welcomed Student Body President Ken State Dean Rusk and his wife, and Including Sec proud to reaffirm the friendship the facts" but declined to
Kennedy to the White House reception given retary of Defense Robert S. McNamara and Secretary between the two nations. endorse its recommendations.
Saturday evening for college leaders from all of Labor Willard Wirtz entered and Rusk McElroy, at the same news con
over the United states. went to the microphone.After "It is based on a common ference, refused to endorse recommendations
The UF leader flew to the capital Saturday committment to ideals that have Included In a Republican
morning where he was met by relatives of his speeches by the platform delegation been sustained and mutually af- national committee statement
fiance, Miss Dorothy Dee Miller. He was drivento Rusk Introduced President Johnson. The band flrmid by our two people In the accompanying the report.But he said
the White House late that afternoon where played the traditional "Ha U to the Chief" and ordeal of crucial struggles to he stood by the report Itself.

he Joined 229 other student body presidents, the President, Mrs. Johnson and Lynda Bird maintain peace,"the visitor said.CONCERT The task force also recommendedthat
including some 40 girls, for the presidential walked down the aisle. The President's daughtertook the President guarantee electronic -
reception. the seat next to Kennedy and her parents locks on nuclear weapons
They were shown inside by military officersIn mounted the platform. would be used to Impair the nation's
dress whites after a ten minute stroll around capability to respond to attack.

the White House grounds. Kennedy remembered "I'm sure you've been told by now that this
violin music coming from upstairs as the students gathering Is non-political," said Mr. Johnson."I .
walked around the first floor. can't tell you to cast your vote for the democrats Gafor Growl
They were invited to come upstairs to the but I absolutely refuse to guide you In
East Room where a band was playing and a any other direction."

decorated podium bearing the seal of the Presi- The President praised the youth of today and Tryouts SlatedGator
dent was set up. The students filed In and Kennedy said he had seen too many young people to
lucked Into a first row seat "right smack In believe the labels attached to them such as

front of the podium." the "Quiet Generation" or the "Cool Cookies." Growl try outs to set
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which of the 12 fraternity and
: At various Intervals during the
sorority skits entered will participate -
President's speech when Johnson
In Growl during Homecoming -
looked from his notes and Into
Tickets Go On Sale up are scheduled for 7 p. m.
the audience, Kennedy said, their Wednesday.Bill .
eyes met and held. The Student 0
Ryals, promotion and publlclty -
For Chad Mitchell Body president said the Intervals director of Homecoming

were deeply Impressive to him and .... said the affair Is open with no
be remembers back
looking Into
admission charge to students.
the President's sparkling,
Tickets to the Chad Mitchell Trio Friday. The skits participatingwere
performance Friday night art The Chad Mitchell Trio Is a friendly, yet serious eyes. selected at a preliminary

scheduled to go on sale tomorrowat nationally known folk singing trio Johnson rememberedtheinter- PIANIST bearing from about IS entered by

either the information booth across that specializes In social protest vals too as be spoke to Kennedy Ha Una Siedzieniewstca, the Gator Growl Committee,

the street from the Hub or In songs. "The John Birch Society"and in the receiving lint after the an International exchange beaded by Growl Director Howard
Florida GJJD.LJceUDJ "Going To Miss Ole Miss" speeches and thanked him for his McNulty and Program Director
artist! from Poland
Council officials said It are two of the group's more famous atUntlvenets. Tom Klrby.

was DOt known which location would numbers.The will appear In a Those skits selected Wednesday
be used to distribute the tickets yet trio first became known a Kennedy said when ht came to Council concertin night will participate Oct. 18 in
bat a decision would be made early few years ago when it came out Mrs. Johnson in the lint she startedto Lyceum "the world's largest student produced :
today. with a song called "'Jbe Ballad ask him "U the University of the University Audi- show" the night before Flor i

Student tickets will be $U50 each. of Lizzie Borden," which told ofa Florida was in Tall. .?" "No," torium at 8:15 p.m. tonight ida's Galore tangle with the University \,
Tickets will be sold from 10 a.nu young girl who killed her mother said Kennedy quickly. "It's In of South Carolina la the
until 4 p.m. Wednesday through and father with a hatchet. Gainesville." Homecoming gam*.

4 --

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.... ."" UF Dedicate Building
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11 111 11! t 1 i 1 1 1 A UF's series keystone of programs position accentingthe In the program A nt/lear presented sciences by technical faculty represent College the w medical! S1J,

::::=::::::: News ::::: :::: nuclear sciences highlight a two- members Is scheduled Friday on the program. Dr. Geom .
Campus Briefs afternoon in Bless Auditorium with Davis, Director of
: day dedication of the new NUClea
I I Sciences Building Oct. 9-10 on the Dr. Linton E. Granter, Dean of Sciences, will discuss
the Graduate School, presiding. biological sciences. The !
1:1:1:1:::: mm:11: campus. sciences to the talks
of the physical open .
Formal dedication of the $2.2 Discussion public.Graduate
:||: Burns Meeting NOP MeetingPeel 111 111111 million building will take place begins at 2:30 p.m. Dr. Harry --

staff members will ::1:1:1::::::! Saturday morning at 10 a.m. In Slsler, chairman of the departmentof
jjjjjt: :: The students for Haydon meet today at 9:00 In :::::::::::: Bless Auditorium of the Physics chemistry; Dr. Robert Uhrig, TestThe
:$::::::: Burns Committee will hold Florida Union Room 15. ::1:1:1m:::' : Building. chairman of nuclear engineering;
|11111111 i:|:| a meeting tonight at 8 in Dr. Glenn T. Seaborg, chair- and Dr. Stanley S. Ballard, chair- Admission Test tot
:::;::&.: Bryan Lounge of the Inter-hall Council .|| man of the U.s. Atomic Energy man of the physics department,are Graduate Study in Business,
:::g:::::| Florida Union. All ::::::::: Commission, will make the the speakers. required fpr entrance by over
::1::::|:::|: interested students are Men's Inter-ball Council ':Sjjjj::::::::::: dedicatory address on "The Discussion of the life sciencesand 100 graduate business schoolsor
|::::r:: urged to come. Coffee and will have an informal organizational ::1:1:1:1:1:1:::::::::: Binding Force of the Atom." their relationship to nuclear divisions throughout the
+::::i-j:::| donuts will be served. meeting today ::::::::1:1:1::::: The new building,occupied since programs begins at 4 p.m. Dr. country, will be offered on
::1:1:1:: at 4:45 in Florida :$::$::$: Nov. 7 1964
:: p.m. ::: last spring, brings under one roof Frank W. Putnam, chairman of Feb. 6, April
ft Pre-Law::::: .SocietyThe r Union Room 311. This ::::::::::::::::: researchers from the disciplines the Department of Biochemistry In 3, and July 10 in 1965.

i:::: :: year's budget will be dls- !11111111111:;::: of chemistry, physics,

f1r:1: Pre-law society will cussed. engineering, biology and quantum
;.:::::::: meet tonight in the law jt1111 1 REBEL 'ROUSIH'
This close enhances -
theory. proximity
Debate ...... ..
11111111 school courtroom (Room ::::::
.::.:::.::.:. 120) at 8:30. :::::1:1:1:::: cooperative investigationand "' YOU BET OCT.
...... economic of costly 10I
; Dean of the law school UF Debate Society will ;:W::::::%::: use [:
::::: equipment.Dr. .
meet tonight at 7:30 in jx 1 11111 j
: | :
::: : speak on school,
::: :
I entrance A Tigert Hall Room 331. :WJ.::::::::::: J. Wayne Reitz, president
1:1:1::::: requirements. Society members Betsy ;$::::$::::$:: of the UF, will preside at the
:::::I panel of three law students AFTERWARDSK.C.
Drosdick, Fred Helllnger, f:1|::|11:1111: program. Other speakers Include
::: and a professor will
:::1:1:1:: answer
:::::::: Richard Carrigan, director for
Gluckman and
: : Jeremy ;:::::::::
:::::::::::::::i students.questions from pre-law Michael Kaplan will f:1:1:::$::::1:: physical science facilities in the STRIP STEAKS
111m1 present a demonstration ::1:1:1:1:::&:: National Science Foundation's

Aloha Zeta debate, the meeting is open 1:::::::1m:1::: :::: Office of Institutional Programs: ; Medium Large Extra-Larg
::1:1: ::1 to all interested persons. :;:::;:::::::::;: 'rancls L. Schmehl (cq), chief
of the health research facilities
The national debate topic
1:1:111111:: Members of Zeta
: cy Alpha thus year is: Resolved:.::jjjj::::::::::: branch of the National Institutes $1.45 $1.75 $2.15
y..:.:.: chapter, an agriculture -
of Health Division of Research
That the federal govern- :iijxgj:::::
:$:$::& fraternity for
$ men,
:&:::::::$:::: will meet tonight at 7 In ment shall establish a :::::;::::::::::: Grants; Baya Harrison,Jr.,chair-
*M*: program of public work for :::::::::::: man of the State Board of Control;
:::::: ::: McCarty Room 133.
the unemployed. ;::1:1:1:1::;::: and Clarence D. Weaver, pastor SERVED WITH BAKED FRIED Of

-_ljml j1r$1 of Presbyterian Gainesville's Church. Grace MASHED POTATOESBOWL: OF


I 'Weapons Not An Issue' BUTTER YOU WANT!

NEW YORKUPI-Former to make public a report entitled conclusions drawn by It.

ident Dwight D. Eisenhower said "The Defense Role of NuclearWeapons" The chairman of the task force,
yesterday he does not believe the by a special task force Nell H. McElroy, former defense LARRY'S WONDERHOUSE
use of nuclear weapons by the established by Republican secretary under Eisenhower,stood
United States should be an issueIn presidential candidate Sen. Barry
by the but refused
report to
the presidential campaign. Goldwater. conclusions drawn from It by the 14 s.w. First St. (Behind'Sears)
"I don't think these are thingswe Elsennower endorsed and
GOP Natlnai Committee that were 10:30 a.m. 8 p.m.
should be telling a potential praised the work done by the Included In a covering
press release -
enemy," he told news conference. group at "getting the facts", but issued by the national com- SECOND COFFEE OR TEA
"Do you think the U.s. benefitsby should not endorse any of the mittee.
having the President tell everything ALWAYS FREE
he might do in a situation?"
Eisenhower asked.

Asked directly If he thought nuclear }
weapons should be an issue
in the campaign, Eisenhower
"No, I don't. But It looks likeit WALKING DISTANCE
Is. I don't think It's In the
best Interest of the country to
take the details of how we will ty

defend the United States and make FanwR1 :w. Of CAMPUS
them public."

The news conference was called



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OIL & REFINING October 8GENERAL October 9 odynamics, Stress Analysis, :
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:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:. COO, Texas, La., N.J., & the Tampa, Florida. Acct., Gen. _-BS, MS degrees. Dec., ChE, CE, EE, ME, -- all Design Research. !::
1:1:::::: S.E. Mktg., Gen. Bus.--BS, Bus., Ind. Re!., Ind. Mgmt., Apr., Aug.grads.Pharmaceutical degrees. Dec., Apr., Aug. : :
i :::::::::::: MS degree; Retail Sales po- Econ., Mktg., Fin., Lib. Arts Salesman. Fla. & S.E. grads. Production, Marketing October 12,13RADIO ::!:
1 111 11 1 smoM.Chem.--Ph.D. degree; --BS degree.Dec., Apr.grads. Sales, ReflnlngManufacturlng CORPORATION OF :::: :
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ASSOCIATION, Atlanta, Ga. MS degrees. Dec. grads Design ::::
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EDITORIALS Elections: DisappointingWe jPiJ? t

are a little bit worried about the outcome of the student
elections last week. We're not disappointed about who won, but
rather about who voted. Less than one-third of the student body
took the Interest to exercise their right to vote.
The budget for Florida's Student Government (SG) Is one of t IN 4
the largest In the nation; and in most Instances the work done by
our SG is outstanding. However, we are sure that there Is a
reason why so few students chose to exercise their right to
vote at this last election.

The Alligator feels that there are a number of reasons why :
the number of voters was so small. Some of the politicianshave
blamed It on us, saying that the Alligator Just didn't give
enough publicity to the election. Others have said that the politicos
themselves didn't care about the elections as evidenced by the
lack of poop around the campus. A few people have blamed the
poor turnout on that old standard, apathy. The Alligator feels POLITICAL ECHOES
that It is a combination of all these reasons, plus a f AW.

Gator Party Didn't Win
We feel that SG Itself,this year,has failed to catch the interestsof
the students enough to motivate them to vote. It isn't very ,
hard to vote; it only takes about five minutes. But if a person is
to vote conscientiously, he must think about what SG is, whatit
Executive Editor
can do, and what It has done. We feel that SG, by its actions
this year, has not done enough to motivate the students to take The front-page headline in the Friday Alligatorwas programs were being stalled by the obstacle ofa
that time to think. notably misleading. It read"Gator Wins; Legislative Council controlled by the "out"
Amendment Lose." party. This election has graphically shown that
Gator Party didn't win, of course. In fact, some people are disheartened with the effortsof
Some student body leaders have made outstanding efforts to the reverse was the case. the "in" party. However, it has also given
bring SG to the level at which students feel that they are a part. Gator Party, it is true, gained the rank of Gator Party the majority It supposedly needsto
Gerry Richman has done excellent work In the Honor Court, the majority party in the Legislative Council push through legislation which it claims has
and we feel that the improvements which he has made are by winning only 10 of the 30 seats up for been blocked in the past. Students will watch
beneficial to all the students. Another leader to note is Fred election. V.O.T.E. Party won 17 seats and one for anticipated moves by the present administration -
Lane, who through his work in the orientation program and the seat went to a coendorsed candidate, Stan to use its newly-won majority powers.
SG Treasurer's office has accomplished effective and far- Brantly. Edward Matz, an Independent from Perhaps it can soon be ascertained whether the
reaching goals by which all students may benefit. Graham Hall, won over two affiliated opponentsand administration's cries of obstruction were validor
Beyond those two outstanding examples we feel that the bulk
a tie resulted in the race between Lee Invalid.In .
of SG workers have not been outstanding to the degree which would Gator and David Shull
Borden ( ) (V.O.T.E.). the ensuing weeks, should Gator Party
motivate the average student to take the time to think about SG. The in the initiate seats
ambiguity apparent front-page new legislative programs,the three
Perhaps apathy was the main cause of the disappointing turnout story results from the nature of the Legislative currently in limbo could assume paramount
last week; but we think that SG itself caused that apathy. Council elections themselves__That a party can Importance, given the razor-thin size of the
lose the election, yet win Gator majority. Absenteeism by Gator. Party

1im rJ]]@ ]@ il@@ I i ill 1 f i i i1i1ffi i i1j i i1j1j1i1j 1j rl1 11111U11111 1 first a majority seem status confusing must, but at members particular could meetings.result For in V.O.T.E.that reason majoritiesat as wellas

there is method to the elec- promised closer scrutiny of the Council by
TODAY'S QUOTE toral madness. the Alligator, perhaps absenteeism will be more
Each spring there are minimal than in the past days of wholesale
"You can't help respecting anybody who can spell TUESDAY, 40 seats up for election, desertion. I
even if he doesn't spell it right." while in the fall elections w ra Two further ramifications of Thursday's elections ,
there are 30 seats up for > should be considered.First as ex-Majority I
A. A. Milne grabs. Leader 1.. M. "Buddy" Blain said to an Alligator !
"The House at Pooh Corner" V.O.T.E. Party swept the reporter Thursday night, this showing made by
spring elections in the SPENCER V.O.T.E. Party has probably kept the party !
spring of 1963 behind the from disintegrating, the path followed in the
The FloridaALLIGATOR impetus of Paul Hendrick and Frank Harshaw's recent past by Student and United parties, upon
1000-vote landslide victory over Jim Grahamand which the current Gator and V.O.T.E. parties,
the Student Party slate. The V.O.T.E. respectively, were fashioned.It .
majority in the Council was lessened, thoughnot seems mat the party will neither disintegrate
erased, by Ken Kennedy's victory last nor will the name be changed as in
spring. In that election Gator Party took 28 thepast. Spring elections should see another
Served by United Press International of 40 seats. V.O.T.E. Partyhoweverretatneda V.O.T.E.-Gator confrontation along lines
majority that continually hovered in the 40-30 similar to those of the past.
Editor ....... . . . . . Walker Lundy vicinity.
Managing Editor. . . . . . . Joel Gaston Since that time former Gator Party minority LETTER
Executive Editor. . ... . . . . Ron Spencer leader Earl Barker has jumped to V.O.T.E. :
,Assistant Managing Editor. . .. . . Benny CasonAssistant Party, as well as Bill Burns, son of the state
Managing Editor. . .. . . Dave Berkowitz gubernatorial candidate and freshman class Consumer's LeagueEDITOR :
Editorial Pace Editor. . . . . Jim Hammock representative, who bolted Gator Party when he
Sports Editor. . . . . . . Glenn Laney pledged Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity, aligned :
City Editor. . . . . . . Skip Havlser with V.O.TJS. Party.
Campus Living Editor. . . . . Jackie Cornelius In Thursday's campus-wide elections the In partial corroboration of the letter of Dr.
voters gave V.0.TeE.Party candidates what must Klrkconnell, probably a consumer's league mightbe
Editorial Assistants .. Bruce Dudley, Tova Levine, Jim be judged objectively as pretty nearly a sharp more useful than an independent BBB. Such
Castello, Ann Carter, Don Fedtrman,Nancy Brachey,Sam Ullman, mandate at the polls, especially when one con would, at least, have my support.In .
Ernie LIU (Circulation Manager), Stan Kulp (Cartoonist). siders that this is the first time in the memoriesof the context of his letter, I have met several
campus student leaders that the "out" party sharp rebuffs during the course making
Importers .. Ed Barber (Tigert Hall Beat Chief, Patti Pita has won the fall elections. And, majority partyor inquiries. One, asking for crepe or rubber soled
(Student Government Beat Chief, Jim Claxton, Hall Cain, Joe not, this is exactly what V.O.T.E. Party cordovans brought these two -
Kollia, Bob Golub, Joe Waldorf, Sharon KelleyYvett Cardozo. accomplished Thursday. It was almost a They don't make 'em,
Eunice Tall, Frank Shepard, Lee Alexander, Agnes Fogies, complete reversal of last spring's Gator Party Who wears 'em?
Gtrald Jones, Fran Snider, Thelma Mossman, Bill Sadowski, victory, when Gator took 70 per cent of the The first is a blatant lie,the second obtainedthe
Marjorie Green, Evan Langbeln, David Kennedy, Marilyn Brlcklin, available seats. V.O.T.E. In this election took reply that I wear them and both lackedthe
LU Brewer, Gretchen VandenBcrg, David Ropes, Terry Rogers, 66.1 per cent of the seats, compared to 33.3 most obvious sort of courtesy. Other
Susie Halback, Joan Gaston, Pam Brown, Jeffrey Denkewalter, per cent by Gator Party. examples are available but these will do for
Dick Dennis, Beverly Faber, Dick Schneider, Greg Seltz, Bunny What is the result? Gator Party now holds the moment.
Goldberg, KatM Blaney. 36 Council seats. compared to 31 by V.O.TJS. On a basis of my experience, it is so that
and the three stats currently unallgned. Thisis shopping In Gainesville Is not always a pleasure,
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaper a majority of one. This amounts to a bare as certainly It ought to be for both buyer and
of the University of Florida and is published five times weekly Gator Party majority, but the important thing seller. Unfortunately, the current cliche,
except ,during May: June ana .Tuly when It Is published semi- I here is that Gator Party will gain control of Galnesburg The town with too much of too
weekly. Only editorials represent the official opinion of Tfc:* most of the important committee positions, little contains core shopping-wisdom than
Alligator. Columns represent only the opinions of their author such as the powerful Rules and Calendar consumer-wit.
The Alligator Is entered as second class matter at the I'r.ltei Committee.
States Post Office at Gainesville Prior to the election Gator Party leaders Alexander DonIphan Wallace
repeatedly said that many of their legislative Professor of J.lathemaUCSF


Tuesday, Oct. 6, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 5 ...

I lncompetentIllogical And Irresponsible' I

able It might be for the columnist, Is that I attempted on me. e
The column by Don Davis printed In the was and am sincerely concerned with the My real reasons Mr. Columnist were "a ti;
Florida Alligator on October 1 was undoubtedlythe perpetuity of genuine representative govern- matter of conscience and following the partyof
most fragrant (sic) of Incompetent, Illogical ment on this campus. The claim that campus my convictions" Whether this Is Impossible ., :

and Irresponsible examples of editorial fiction- political parties are "not based on political for the columnist to comprehend is Immaterial : ...... :
alizing designed to slander, libel and discreditan philosophies" Is again erroneous. Among those to me. What is material to me is that the student \ ::::::: :::::;1:1::::::
officer and member of the student body of who were In touch with reality this summer, it body recognize the Irresponsibility of the ::::: :: ::::::::::::::::::::::
the UP that has ever appeared in your news- Is well known that the leadership of the majority columnist's claims and reject them for what ::J.:::: ::1:1:1M:1:1:::!:!: !::!:
paper or any newspaper claiming the respectof party In the legislative council exercised its they are. I appeal to the only real forum In :: :::::::::::::::::::iy::::
a large readership. The facts which the power Independently of party leadership.should a democracy the electorate and trust my *::::::::::: ::::::::::::::
columnist quotes In regard to my announcement think it a sad day Indeed when a political party future to them. ::: ::: :::: ::::m:
Friday, Sept. 25, of my changing party failed to be based upon the political philosophyof Earl M. Darter, Jr. ::;:: :::-:: :: _..
affiliations are totally a fabrication designed to democratic government and its appendagessuch
attack me and my constitutency and to discreditthe as representation.To .
statements I made In announcing my decision. serve as a "channel of communication"Is
I was utterly shocked and amazed that the one thing for a floor leader to do to be
Florida Alligator would allow such subject to attempts to coerce him to support
unsubstantiated charges to be printed. It Is this programs contrary to the best Interests of the A
type of action that shatters respect for a disagree with the assertion that one party
newspaper and In this case the UP and Its student domination leads to "better service to the
body. When one person on your staff can, with student body." Our campus political organi- i
your approval, use the prestige of your news- zation is based upon the two party systemand
paper to slander a student of thi? university, Indeed so Is our national political organi-
I question the Integrity of the Florida Alligator. zation. One party domination can only lead to
The truth of the matter however unfashion the type of political chicanery which was

I Parking Situation: Something Must Be Done

EDITOR: representative. The Initial responsibility of this
committee will be to gather and correlate
I would like to answer Mr. Charles Lea existing Information pertaining to traffic flow
Hume's letter of Oct. I, concerning the parking and parking problems on campus. This would
situation on campus. Something definitely has include, but not be limited to, the origin and
to be done to alleviate the strain on campus destination study made by the State Road Board
driving. four years ago, projections on growth of the
I believe I understood Mr. Hume to infer University, long range building plans as they
that those students who lived In the dorms last effect parking needs, and possible internal
year and who moved off-campus this year are transportation systems within the campus. 1 f
; v
allowed to use their previous dorm-resident The second responsibility of this committee iu w
sticker and park in dormitory lots during the will be to study the possibility of perimeter
present term. This is false. A change from parking and examine the feasibility of revenue
on-campus to off-campus housing necessitatesa certificates to finance the construction of multi-
change in parking stickers from a dorm- level parking areas and/or the acquisition and s/iJ/ .
resident sticker to either a border zone or paving of off-campus areas. I admit that this
commuter sticker, depending on the distanceof type of constructive planning should have been
the residence from campus. Therefore, done before, however, It is never too late for Univ. Extension 2832,
those students who use dorm lots because they such action. 14 SYMMETRY
or Room Fla. Union
might possess a dorm-resident sticker, but no Mr. Hume, being a student myself, I realize FROM Sill
longer live in dorms, are guilty of faulty the problems and difficult situations that arise AT THESE TINE. $STORES
registration, since they did not report their because of the University's lack of adequate FLOK1DA
change of address to the Campus Police and parking facilities. Who is to blame for this? -
receive the appropriate parking sticker. Faulty I do not know and furthermore, do not believe FOR SPECIALIZED AD BROOKS VILLE,
registration is punishable by a $2.00 fine and this Is Important. The long range needs are SERVICE, A. O. Fridy Jeweler
2 points on the guilty student's driving record. being discussed presently. There Is no one CALL UNIV. EX: 2832 CORAL GADLES,
Secondly, something is being dono to alleviatethe ultimate solution. However, the student driver CirroU'i Jeweler
parking situation. An ad hoc committeeto has not been forgotten. OR DAYTONA BEACH,
Wm. A. Ritz & Son
study the long range needs for parking COME TO ROOM *9 FORT PIERCE
facilities has been formed with Shelly Plnman, 4AS
recently ClaytonC. OF THE FLA. UNION Charles 0. Rhoidj & Son,
Curtis, Chairman, and nine other university Chief Justice of Inc.
personnel, including myself as a student Student Traffic Court FORT WALTON DEACH,
Ratcllff Jeweler

Redec'oralion Job:? See What's <2&Q>) New in HIALEAH Robertson, Jeweler

Snow' Jeweler
J. J. Shear Jeweler

Recently the Alligator carried an article The Browse ShopRISE HOMESTEAD Fischer and, Son, Inc.
'about the $50,000 redecoration job on the Main JACKSONVILLE
8. FALL OF ADOLF HITLER . William Shirer ,
Cafeteria and the Campus Club. Both placesare I Charles L. Well Jeweler
looking good, but there is no place for a JACKSONVILLE,
clock in the Campus Club and there are no Underwood Jeweler
clocks in the East or West dining rooms. HOW : NORTH MIAMI,
COME? .Edward Conze Farr Jeweler
Gauss & Son Jewelers
William B. Harnden, 2UC
THE IMAGE . . . . . Kenneth Bouldlng ORLANDO,
I RayMear Jeweler
PRIVATE WANTS & PUBLIC NEEDS..Edmund PhelpsA Hart Swalatead Jewelers
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f NONE DARE CALL IT TREASON. . .John Stormer Albert Klein Jeweler
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Yates Jewelers
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i! 6-8962 after 7 p.m. SPACE VTRCIMA

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6, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, Oct. 6, 1964



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2 Bedroom and bath bouse, '60 TR-10 4 dr, R&H $375. '57 PARKING available behind
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siding and house is almost new. for Mike In Rm.#3.Leave message Groomer Coin Laundry.(M-
Total price $6000 or less for cash. U not home.(G-19-tf-c). 21-tf-c).
See at 1954 NW 34th Ave. Then
call FR 2-3251 after 6 p.m. for I AM A 1962 FALCON 4 D Deluxe WOULD LIKE TO KEEP your
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3 BEDROOM 1 1/2 bath house. perfect! Interested? I live 6-8811 anytime.(M-18-5t-c). .
$450 down, payments $90 a month. at 1740 NW 7th Ave. I cost $1295.
Also furnishings. 1430 NE 12th Come see mel! (G-19-5t-c). MILLER & SONS Auto Painting 1
Ter. Phone 376-6819.(A-15-Bt-c). Shop, all cars $29.95 body work. 4
1957 DODGE Coronet two-tone 732 NW 1st Street. Across from ;

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top condition. 175. On be seen Ron Spencer, 1614 NW.3rd Place. guaranteed. (M-13-20t-c).
at Standard 011 Station i block Phone 3722707. (G-14-tf-nc).
South of University Inn. 376-9218. FOOTBALL NURSERY PROGRAM with alllqatoR veRtlslnj
(A-20-5t-c). 1964 GRAND PRIX, fully equipped. --Children transported tq and from
Purchased Nov. for $4800. Will villages for Miss. game. Nurserycare. Gator Advertising & Classifieds Ext. 2832ZALE'S
GIBSON ELECTRIC GUITAR: sacrifice for $3585. Trade Approved by Univ. of Fla. ...
Almost unused. Call 3781145.A accepted financing arranged. FR Housing Office. For information
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HW-170. 2 Years old. Six band. "family" for child day care in
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offer.(A-19-5t-p). I For Rent i experience. Call Mrs. King 376- ELGIN
0972. (M-21-3t-c).
1963 LAMBRETTA 125 Li, twin
seat and accessories. Contact LARGE ROOM with linens RUBY'S ALTERATIONS Reason- r S Dress up your mood oy looking .
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Size 7. Call 372-2456 after 6 p.m. I "Wanted I
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Tuesday, Oct. 6, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Pager ,

N.THE WHIRLPOOL.o o0BRUCE.e. Larry Gagner Ready ,

. To Win Eleven Fights 1

Assistant Sports Editor EVAN LANGBEIN conditions it, and assigns it to a those defenders out I"! he said.
All the howling was at Tiger Stadium Saturday. Sports Writer task." With the bulk of the season still
But instead of the usual screaming crowd, the noise was supplied The average lineman will admitit ahead, Gagner eagerly adds, "I
ly Hurricane Hilda. The windy woman was the only one there as the "Football Is a game of 11 little is his desire to play defense. look forward to the Alabama and
lame between Florida and Louisiana State (LSU) was cancelled untilc. fights," said Bear Bryant, "There Is more freedom of style LSU games the most. I hear both
5.This. Alabama's head football coach. on defense, a little less work, anda teams are mean; and they're both
was the first postponement In LSU history. A Florida-UCLA Larry Gagner, first string Gator lot more recognition," Gagner out after us. But, this is a helluva
ame was cancelled in 1957 when the Asian flu was playing havocth offensive guard, is prepared to said. season. We play some terrific
football teams across the nation. take on aU 11 for the 1964Flghtln'Gator Gagner, however, doesn't miss teams with really strong defenses.
It's hard to say which one of the undefeated teams will benefitost squad U the occasion should playing defense. "I like offense. I look forward to moving them all
by the postponement. But here's wishing that both teams will ever arise. I like the work: and, like to move out."
[till be undefeated when they meet in December. It could be a real Gagner, a six foot two and one-
Umax to the Southeastern Conference race unless Kentucky takes half inch, 235 pound offensive
11. guard, is a key cog in the Florida Ole Miss. Fights
However, LSU and Hilda are now in the background and mighty offensive machine. He possessesthe
ssisslppl is the next Gator obstacle. If a hurricane doesn't hit qualities of an aggressive line .
Jalnesville Saturday, the Gators will play the Rebels on Florida man. He's big, strong (bench
ieId. presses Gagner 395 radiates IDS.), and determined.tremendous For SEC Life

After being upset by the Kentucky Wildcats, Coach Johnny Vaught confidence in himself and his foot-
.. [>f Ole Miss said, "You can have the finest material the world. ball team. Mighty Mississippi reopens Its The postponement of the game
he best coaching. .but attitude is the difference, and sometimesou "We're good, damn good," says 1964 Southeastern conferenceSEC also gave Ole Miss a one came
can't control it. We were Just mentally blank. .not sharp. Under Gagner. "All of us are very close. ( ) season this Saturday as they advantage on the Gators.
i condition did we deserve to win." We believe in ourselves and the tangle with the undefeated Florida
If Vaught has looked into his crystal ball lately, he will have a potential of this year's team. We Gators.
imilar statement prepared to make after the game with Florida. want to play this year--and, we Their first venture into SEC FraternitiesScore
The Gators have had a good mental attitude since the beginning want to winl"Gagner play proved disastrous Tor the
f I practice, and they should be hungry after a week of rest. has come a long way Rebels. The upstart Kentucky
The Mississippi game will tell whether or not the Gators are going the past year. At the outset of the Wildcats upset them 2721. PointsFollowing
Ito continue to be a strong underdog team for the rest of the season.If 1963 football season he was "Mississippi will be by far our
they continue to play sound football, the Gators should travel to running "about sixth or seventh toughest assignment of the year,"
Bear Bryant's den undefeated and perhaps come back the same way. string." By the end of the season said head coach Ray Graves."They the conclusion of the
Ole .Miss will definitely be the best. team the Gators have played he was up to third string. .have a great passer and runner in first sport of water-basketball,
lyeteven with an embarrassing defeat by Kentucky. Rebel quarterback What brought about Gagner's Jim Weatherley. We probably the following are the standingsof
iJThi Weathefly is a rollout passer with the potential to equal sudden eminence this year as wor.'. play another quarterback who the Orange and Blue Fraternity
[predecessors Jake Gibbs and Glynn Griffing. A number of fleet perhaps the best offensive linemanon is as versatile all year." leagues.
I halfbacks and fast giants on the line add to the Ole Miss attack. the team? Graves listed several dlsadvan- ORANGE LEAGUE POINTS
Another thing that has to be considered is that Florida has yet to "Spring training did it,Gagner the one week layoff caused his 1. Sigma Nu ISO
I play a game against the opponents' first-string quarterback. Danny emphasized. "I ran second string team. The biggest loss was the 2. ATO 129
Thomas, Southern Methodist, and Don Edwards, Mississippi State, tackle behind Dennis Murphy. It loss of practice time. The Gators 3. Phi Delta Theta 100
I were both injured in the opening minutes of play against the Gators. really gave me a spur to play behinda slowed down at the end of last 4. Sigma Alpha Epsilon 100
This doesn't take any credit away from the Orange and Blue, but guy like that.Also having a coach week in anticipation of playing 5. Beta Theta PI 75
many spectators will be interested in seeing how Tom Shannon and such as Ed Kensler really can S. Delta Tau Delta 79
| Steve Spurrier stack up against Weatherly.We Improve an offensive lineman." LSU.Golf '7. Sigma Phi Epsilon 79
think they'll stack up. The Gator yells and the Rebel moans Kensler, the offensive line Winners 8. Sigma Chi 79
should be the story Saturday. coach, is a former coach at the D. Tau Epsilon Phi SO
University Miami. 10. Theta Chi 50
"He's the greatest," Gagner AnnouncedThe 11. PI Lambda Phi 90
stresses. "Coach Kensler com- UF Golf Association's Blind 12. Phi Kappa Tau SO
mands the respect of every man
Bogey Golf Tournament Saturdayand 13. Pi Kappa Alpha
in the offensive line. Florida has
14. Kappa Sigma 50
Sunday resulted In the selectionof
always bad tremendous offensive SO
the fourteen winners. 15. Kappa Alpha
potential, but Kensler develops it,
Winners were: First Prize Jim 16. Alpha Epsilon Pi SO
McCachren; Second Prize, Max BLUE LEACUh;
r Petzold; Third Prize,W.D.Chris- 1. Lambda Chi Alpha 150
tian; Other Prizes,Dave DeCoster, 2. Phi Epsilon Pi 129
))1- Jim Patrick Scanlon, H.B.SmithSteve 3. Tau Kappa Epsilon 100
Pritz, Bill Cross, W. T. Caldwell 4. Phi Gamma Delta 100
P. J. Gill, N. I. Decker, Free- 5. Delta Upsilon 79
LEi land Brown,Virginia Leps and Jack 6. Alpha Gamma Kho 79
LaBrec Feaster. 7. Chi Phi 79
Prizes may be picked up at the 8. Phi Kappa Phi 50
The most University Golf Club Pro Shop any 9. Delta Chi 50
10. Delta Sigma Phi 0
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8, The Florida Alligator Tuesday, Oct. 6, 1964

I Hilda Soaks SouthlandSAVANNAH World's Billiard Champion

Ga. (UPI-Hurri May, N. J., were cautioned against In 100-mile-an-hour winds Sat
cane Hilda's last-gasp remnants rough seas.C. urday. Demonstrates Bag of Tricks'

triggered torrential rains all F. Neece, !51, a seaman who Twenty one persons died at

across the southland, isolating or fell into the storm-whipped Gulf Larose, La. when tornadoes shot -
chasing thousands from their of Mexico off Mobile, Ala. froma out ahead of the hurricane. Gov.
UF billiard players will com- "Mosconi will demonstrate bill-
homes. pilot boat Sunday night, was John McKeithen toured the area
plete Friday in the annual tour- lard fundamentals as well as open
Hilda collapsed into a low pres- picked up Monday by a helicopter. Monday. Other tornadoes flicked
nament sponsored by the Florida his well-filled bag of trick shots,
sure system, with gusty winds and He wore a life Jacket and had down Sunday at four small Alabama
Union (FU). Seitz added.
heavy rains, as it moved across clung to a piece of driftwood for cities and as far north as Cherry,
According to FU Recreation His demonstrations will be at
Georgia during the morning. Its 10 hours."I N. C., near the Atlantic coast
Committee chairman Greg Seitz, 1:30 and 7:30 p. m. Friday in
ill-defined center was expected to never gave up. I knew I line. The storm headed on an
the matches will be held Wed- the Social Room.
emerge Monday night on the Atlantic was going to make it if I could easterly course across Mississippi -
nesday through Friday In the FU Special billiard tables will be
coastline and turn to the keep from swallowing to much Alabama and Georgia after the
Social Room. set up in the Social Room for the
north-eastward off the Carolina water," he said. Louisiana swath.
Demonstrating his skill at the tournament.
coast. Hilda's death toll from a devastating More than 13 inches of rain
conclusion of the tournament will Participants should sign for
Small craft from Florida to Cape sweep through Loulsiana- deluged Rosman, N. C.in 48 hours;
be Willie Mosconi, world's pocket the tournament by noon tomorrow
to 9 inches fell in north Geor-
which bore the runt of the season's up
billiard in 315 of the Union
champion. room
Zeta's RecordrTalkingBooks' fifth hurricane-stood at 38.The injured gia; Pensacola Fla. was soaked
ran into the hundreds and by 8 Inches; Columbia, Ga. J \I
property and crop damage soared reported !S.6 inches and 4 to 8
into the millions. Louisiana's Inches was recorded below Eu-

sugar cane crop was hard hit. faula, Ala. on the Chattahoochee

A UF speech fraternity is participating Most of the dead were in Lou River. JOIN THE WASH PARTY
in the Library Congress isiana. A mass funeral was held

"Recording for the Blind"program at Frath, La. for eight persons SAVE 50% ON YOUR LAUNDRY
Zeta Phi Eta, national fraternityfor killed when a water tower collapsed

sciences, is recording novels,short TicketsBus 8 I bs--->1.50 1
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materials. The tapes are used by tickets to the Florida State
the National Council for the Blind University UF football game will
and the Library of Congress for be sold starting tomorrow,1-3 p.m., ADVERTISERS Adjoining University Post Office

educating people who cannot use the at the booth across from the Hub.
Braile system.
Zeta pledges are currently being
tested by the Library of Congress

for voice suitability

Jo Edlln, Zeta president, and p ,

Diane Wilson, historian, are taping

Hawthorne's "Twice-Told Tales.." Cheers leader ., .

UF } ,'
Superior .
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To England I.'.... ,'' ..... ,
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Says StudentA ,1/ ., ?YJ*

young graduate student from ,..,..e ,..1"I ; f'.
England studying in the field of qF (;
radio and television looks upon 1
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the UF as "superior to anything 'fi_ ... .m. Mhv_" ;,;I'J .

in England." '\.. "
Peter Pringle of Carlisle,Cumberland w t '
is one of 134 outstanding I ;,
graduate students from 34 : ;: \

countries to have been awarded a / J

Rotary Foundation Fellowship for
study abroad during the 1964-

69 academic year.
Pringle said he chose the UF
1 I.
because "I wanted to benefit from

practical as well as theoretical
work in radio and television, so I
chose a university with both

The husky, curly-haired blond,
who is not entirely new to the

news world, said he has worked

professionally on a group of papers
and a television station at home.
The deciding factor in Pringle's

television decision was a job as

4 announcer in Carlisle. "It whettedmy
appetite, and if you want to
go into television, America is the
best training ground because of A.

the excellent techniques and vast

amount of technological knowledgeand
literature," he said.

The English born lad looks upon .: ... ;'. n .
"not active .: ::
football as quite as ,
as soccer where the ball is "

constantly on the move." How- It was anybody's ball game until the Olds F-85 came on the field. And suddenly, from coastto
ever, be said in anticipation of

.peep! a UF game, "I'm eager to coast, there was only one car for the campus crowd. What makes the Olds F-85 such a
see the way they're dressed with "
crash helmets and all. I don't performer? Well, start with new Cutlass V-8 power, 315 horses of it! (Cheers!) New styling

much about It have about
..e four know intervals, stop; you the game and l loaded with class[ (Cheers!) Glamorous fun-loving interiors! (Cheers!) And much, much more

kicked.measure" how far the ball has been besides! (Cheers! Cheers! Cheers!) Find out what all the cheering's about. Rally on down

Prlngl likes the friendliness to your Oldsmobile Quality Dealer's .
of the UF campus best of all."I've ...f" "' I"I I Q fS' : )

been so Impressed by the '1>.' where. the.action/ is! a*...M.&...*...G..I Ma..,c..,.
..' friendliness, warmth and The Rocket Action Car for '65!
hospitality of people on campus,

the way they make themselves ., if.j.. i,..'. .. "-'_. .. I .,:" .
known to you; make you at home. : fPage
It Is simple to shake hands, starta
conversation and learn about

their country.f ."