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Beaty Remembers Honor System SG BirthsEditor's .. i

( Note: The year 1964 marks the 50th Davidson College, which had an honor system, Prior to this election, the president of the senior t
anniversary of the Honor System at the UF. The Inaugurated the Honor
System at the UF. In 1906 class served as president of the student body. In
following interview was conducted with Dean Robert he walked into his first final examination, wrote the same year, the first budget committee was
Beaty, present Director of the Alumni Associationand five questions on the board, told the students that elected. This budget committee was the forerunner
one of the few faculty members to rememberthe they were on their "honor" to be honest and de- of today's Legislative Council. This body was t
beginnings of the honor system.) parted.
selected to appropriate money to sponsor the Alligator -
This was the Informal birth of the honor systemand i
and the Seminole and provide funds for the Initial ,
the student government at the UF. The conceptof Intramural program.
"The UF is unique In the fact that student student
govern responsibility for honesty spread and soona
"This could be called the formalized start of
ment has existed here as long as the majority of f
university. professors were following It.
student government at UF, even though it existed
Dean Robert Beaty said. "The of Honor In 1914 the Honor
history Code
was formalized and adopted "
In an Informal fashion prior to this time, Dean
. System Is the history of student government because campus-wide. The first honor committee was electedIn Beatty reported. "Therefore, 1964 would be the \,
all student government evolved from beginnings in that year aid was composed of both studentsand fiftieth anniversary of Student Government."
the honor system." faculty representatives. This was the first elect- When questioned about the value student govern- I
As Dean Beaty tells It, Dr. J.M. Farr, the first ion in which students were selected from the student
head of the english department and a graduate of body at large. (Continued On Page 2)) ,

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57, No. 23 University of Florida,Gainesville Wednesday, Oct. 7, 1964


Invited Here By Reitz

Vice presidential candi- i :.iirnm:: : : ,
dates Hubert Humphrey and
Hubert Calls
William Miller have been invited Capitalism
to speak at the UF priorto

For Law the November election. Vs. Socialism

University Pres. J. Wayne
Reitz extended Invitations to L
Senator Humphrey and Con- W
And Order gressman Miller to appearon i'i'Sk Says Millet
the UF campus for night eC

ST. LOUIS, MO. (UPI) Sen. .t addresses to students,faculty, ASHEVILLE, N.C. (UPI) GOP
Hubert Humphrey, in a Jab at and townspeople.The vice presidential candidate
Republican calls for "law and UF through its public William E. Miller took his campaign -
order," said yesterday "It's not functions and lectures com- south yesterday, one step
how do we enforce the law but mittee, voted unanimously to ahead of President and Mrs.Johnson -
how do we make It just?" { extend the Invitations. and said the 1964 presidential
The Democratic vice presi- SK campaign boiled down to "private
dential nominee made it clear he "We are concerned that a enterprise capitalism I versus
was talking about the campaign balanced, adequate programbe socialism."
theme of Sen. Barry M. Goldwaterthat HUMPHREYPRESIDENTIAL provided In public affairs MILLERLADYBIRD
., ... .. .. Miller also reiterated In seriesof
streets '
lawlessness In the N to the November elec- "
,:s, < :;S ::t./t:::, i : >> :.. prior -. ... -rl' .T North
in Carolina thata
must be stopped. The GOP presi- tion with vice presidential speeches
dential cnadldate has often linked RACE, candidates of both major poli- IN FLORIDA, Republican administration would
the statement to the riots in Har- tical parties invited to pre- "keep the peace through strength,"
lem and other cities. sent their positions," Reitz and that the Democratic administration
SEE PAGE TWO said. SEE PAGE NINE had fumbled In handling
In a speech before the National International ho(spots t such as

Conference of Catholic Charities, _._ -- .... ....__._..u., ... South Vietnam, Berlin, Laos and
Humphrey said "when I hear us ,",',"':>. ;:?i4:; :ik:':,t.:"j:; : '.', :'.:n,7;" ,:. '.. ,, : ..... .': .: ,..,,:'" ,,,.'" ,, : t# ," ; the Bay of Pigs Invasion.
talking about lawlessness, and I Miller called Johnson a".uper-
don't condone lawlessness, thenI tidal man Instead of a leader"
think of Harlem." If You Haven't RegisteredTo and decried Democratic efforts to
He spoke of Inadequate housing, Label Barry Goldwater a man who
schooling and sanitation In Harlem, might lead the nation Into nuclearwar.
where he said"people live together .
In a pressure cooker." Vote Then Foraet It

"It's not how do we enforce the ., ....... In a speech broadcast over a
law but how do we make It just?" statewide radio-television net-
he said. "The acid of poverty cor- If you haven't registered yet, or primaries. The Secretary of followed. The losing candidate for work, Miller told the North Car-
rodes the human spirit. It elimin- you are having problems as a stu- State's office Issued a survey a few the office of State Attorney General olina Broadcasters Association:
ates hope for the future." dent establishing "permanent" days ago which showed approxi- brought suit In a Tallahassee "As far as Barry Goldwater
residence in Gainesville, you can mately 20,000 persons in Alachua court based In part on the grand leading this nation Into a nuclearwar
Humphrey's comments on law forget It. County still eligible to register. jury Investigation In Alachua I would simply echo former
and order were a departure from The registration books in the A large number of the new County following the state primary President Elsenhower's commentthat
the text of his speech before the office of the Supervisor of Registrations registrants in the past few months election. this Is poppycock.
conference of charities. There had were closed Saturday at were Negroes, Mrs. Bethea said. Mrs. Bethea countered these Miller kicked-off his Dixie tour
been criticism among some dele- 9:00 p.m. Law requires that they She saidthis Interest Is evidence of legal actions! with one of her own. earlier In the day with a speechat
gates at the appearance of a poli- be closed 30 days prior to the the effective efforts of several She tiled a million dollar libel suit Wilmington. His swing will lake
tical candidate. Humphrey seem election date. The books will be groups on the local, state and against the Gainesville Sun. The him through Georgia, Florida and
Ingly sought to soften them with reopened the day following the national levels to encourage Negroes libel suit was based on a Sun Tennessee
the words: election. to register and vote. editorial which pointed to alleged
"The government didn't start the The final day saw large number Mrs. Bethea's office has been the voting Irregularities during the It's No Booze
war on poverty. You have startedIt. of new registrants waiting In line center of comment and investigation March city election. The suit Is
." to beat the Saturday deadline. ever since the March city still In the courts. For Yooze
Humphrey told United Press International Mrs. Alma Bethea, registration elections.A The Registrar's office again
he did not believe his supervisor, said she could not losing candidate in the city came under fire recently when As a subtle refresher for
speech was political. But he was estimate the total number of new commission election protested the UF students were refused registration those sometimes tOfl.ttulstu-
frankly partisan In an address In registrants added since the books election on voting Irregularitiesand on the still undecided quest dents, UF campus police will
downtown St. Louis afterwards and were opened following the spring a grand jury Investigation Ion of what constituted"permanent be stationed at the stadium gates
In speeches prepared for delivery residence." The situation Saturday to enforce the no-
later Tuesday In Columbus and ended Saturday with some students drinking at the games regula
Toledo. Ohio. registered and some not. tion.
Growl Caught Mrs. Bethea said her office will Lt. Vernon HolUman, of the
Tryouts Issue an official: registration report campus police, said those students
Slated TonightGator for the November 3rd national carrying large packages,
Tampa juveniles were stopped on the UF campus Monday election within 10 days Such a report Ice chests, glass container,or
Growl tryouts' will begin morning when campus policeman noticed the driver did not have the Is due in the office of the anything bigger than a thermos
at 7 p.m.tonight In the Plaza car under control.: Secretary of State at that time. bottle will not be admitted to the
of Americas. The trio was turned over to city juvenile authorities after Investigation As of May there were 20,267 stadium. la addition, btt added
Students art Invited and the showed they were driving without a license,no away from home, voters registered In the county. that all the regulations pertaining
admission Is free, according to and bad stolen the car. There were 24,1S3 Democrats, to student conduct will
Bill RyaU,promotion publicity One of the boys said they stole the car from a used car lot la Tampa 1,770 Republicans sad 302 bad J- be in full effect as In prior
director of Homecoming.: on the way to ehorcb for choir practice. pendents. years. I


Page 2, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, Oct. 7, 1964'
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THonor System fIf'f

( From Page 1)) p rn ,,5Y +

ment to the UF, Dean Beaty was enthusiastic in
his support of the system. lie pointed to the leadersof 4

the student government that had gone on to promin- _
ence within the state. _

Asked to compare the student governments of the _
past with those of the recent few years, Dean Beaty
said that they compared favorably."There does seem I, L_ w.

to be a tendency today to enter student government <'"" "
for the sake of politics itself rather than to be of "k y IM.
service to the student body and the university," ,
Dean Beaty commented. "In the past the emphasishas

been more on service to the school with s
completely dedicated individuals such as Charles
Bennett of Jacksonville as President Student Body
Charles and his administration started the fundraising

for the first Florida Union.Also, they served
without pay and with very few funds.I think the Presi-

dent had a $100 fund to run the whole student govern! j
ment on," Dean Beaty said.
"Althoughstudent Government will continue to playan

Important part and a necessary part in the futureof _
UF its role in the future will be
Beaty. He reasoned that the mere size of the school "MORE PUNCH ?" asks Joy GreenLeft, of Shirley Williams, Sue Cridlin and

will force the administration to take over many Randy Williams at the Army ROTC Sponsors rush party. I

_ functions that SG has traditionally carried.

I Presidential Candidates Battle On'l

WASHINGTON (UPI) President Johnson said yesterday he was readyto WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen. Barry Goldwater charged yesterday that
meet, crush and discard the Republican challenge to his adminis- the Johnson administration is "dominated by special interests" and
tration. that the President "deliberately" misstated the facts on control of

Johnson spoke to an early morning crowd at a rally in nearby nuclear weapons.
Alexandria, Va., as his wife began a whistle-stop campaign trip of Goldwater The GOP presidential candidate made his statements In a speech
tier own through eight southern states. The President was to join before the annual conference of United Press International editors

the First Lady Tuesday night at Raleigh, N.C. ... and publishers.
The Chief Executive will visit 10 states in the South, Middle West, Goldwater returned to Washington after a three-stop swing Into

and West beginning Tuesday. 14 suburban Philadelphia, where he spoke out against "pigeonholing"of
He told the Alexandria crowd that in this year's presidential electionthe Americans into minority groups. Minority groups run this country,"
American people "have been asked to make a basic and radical he told his first crowd of 3,000 at the Arminster shopping plaza

departure from the beliefs and values which are the source of our JohnsonFAMED in heavily Republican Montana. Here the Arizona senator suggestedthat
economic health and our hopes for peace." the editors are "Jumping" to two conclusions: First, that "thereis

"The gauntlet has been thrown down, not to the future, but to the no contest in this election," and second, that "there are no issues."
proved and tested values and solutions of the past. He then ticked off the things he regards as Issues.
"We have no choice but to meet It, to crush it, to discard it, and -.--. "The Johnson administration Is

then to get on with the tangible a clear amalgam of big pressure
and difficult work of this fast- '-- .... Burns Scoffs AtHolley's groups," Goldwater said. "It Includes -

hovlng decade that we live in." Editor's Note: big city bosses, the bossesof

Johnson said that during his big labor, and most recently
tour he planned to discuss "the some of the bosses of big busi-
proud record" of the Democratic Alligator Executive Editor Chances ness.

administration of the past Ron Spencer, editorial assistant "The Johnson administration,

four years. Sam Ullman, and reporter RON SPENCER "On the national level it is a because of this, I charge, cannot
The White House announced later Steve Toothacher traveled to
Executive Editor different story" Burns reminded. truly represent the national
that Johnson will address the nation Jacksonville yesterday to Interview Florida has not gone Democratic est. It is dominated by special In-
Wednesday night via television on Democratic gubernatorial JACKSONVILLEJacksonville written
terests. Its are
don since Truman won In 1948 the polictes
Mayor Hay Burns scoffed ,
the "issues in this campaign as he nominee Haydon Burns and for and
at Democratic gubernatorial candi- by pressure groups
sees them." The half-hour broad- fora story for the 'special lightly Republican chances of its votes come from
date said. ,
cast 9:30 to 10 p.m. EDT will be Alligator trimester edition at capturing the governorship this "
fall in "I'm supporting the Johnson them.
paid for by the Johnson for Presi- Homecoming. While there, a press conference with that the Republican
ticket Burns said. Burns
Alligator reporters yesterday."On pre-
dent Committee. they discussed with Burns of
Is free
the state level It will be dicted he would run stronger than party "here and now
After his Alexandria chances of winning the
appearancethe said "It hasa
many a year before the GOP will Johnson In the state in November, such pressure. He :
President returned to the White governorship in next month'selection. and fewer
broader base than ever,
House to meet with the "Scient- At right is his story. present any threat to the Demo- inter-
ists and Engineers for Johnson." cratic candidate," Burns pre- "I'll run stronger than either spokesmen for special
ests than As some of your
Then he had lunch with the "Busi dicted. Johnson or Goldwater In the state," ever. out,
he columnists are fond of pointing
nessmen for Johnson," two volun- predicted. "I'll probably traditional
teer committees supporting him. BILLIARDS champ receive more than 50 per cent of it Isn't even catering"to
the Goldwater vote," he reflected, political pressures.
anticipating that Florida voters Goldwater reviewed the Issueshe
Bryant Willie Mosconi? preps for will split their tickets in many has covered so far in his campaign -
Social Security to
.r cases. from
Answers ---i: federal power and the Bobby Baker

public)i appearances i in the he Burns had observed pointed to conducted a recent on poll a case.

ChargesTALLAHASSEE statewide basis and said that it On the latter he said the admin
Florida Union Social Room demonstrated that, if the election istration has been "derelict for a
(UPI) Gov. were held today, Burns would take year" in not demanding throughthe

Farris Bryant, asked about news- It approximately 68 per cent of the attorney general a grand Jury
paper reports that the Jacksonville Friday, 1:30-7:30 p.m. state gubernatorial vote. investigation of "the prima facie
law firm he will Join in Jan- Bobby
Burns attributes most ofHolley's evidence of illegal acts by
has made more than 250,000:
uary "
appeal to the Goldwater Baker.
In fees from the state, commented "coattail" vote The candidate said the editors
Tuesday that he has complete confidence t* have responsibility, as on
a deep
"There is
a strong Inferenceby
In the firm. .. closely at
other issues to
t Holley that ,
"Any firm I would Join would ra those people who controls:
will vote for the question of
Goldwater should
have my complete confidence, ,
Bryant said. "Any firm the state ... .." ; also vote for HOlley' Burns said. "This administration ass
awarded business to would have .1 Mayor Burns said 1960 fear comples
Republican attempted to create
my complete confidence" gubernatorial candi- has
date Charles out of it. This administration
He said he had not seen the St. .,: high vote total Peterson's in relatively attempted to make an ugly and vio-
Petersburg Times article against
dealing <
charging m
lent issue out of it,
with fees paid by state agencies present Governor Farris Bryantwas suggesting
with virtual madness
to the Freeman, Richardson and due in major part to Bryant's clear-
be a
that there badly needs
Watson law firm during the Bryant l., refusal to back the national ticket. ly understood delegation of authority -

administration. "Bryant's refusal to support the in this field.
The firm, considered in legal national ticket in 1960 cost Mm

circles as one of the best in 180,000 votes," Burns estimated. "Such a delegation, among other

Florida, has handled most of the ", Burns pointed to the great dif things, is needed to assure that
state's bond validation suits since ference in the campaign contri- NATO Is not stranded, without

Bryant became governor,Including butions received by the two candi- nuclear authority, because of put-
the state turnpike refunding for dates, delcarlng that his own campaign ing the control solely and absolutely
which the Times said it was paid had topped the one million in the very mortal hands of one

$64,000. dollar mark recently. man, the President.


Wednesday, Oct. 7, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 3

DeGaulle Visit 'Midweek'On

King May Win Nobel PrizeOSLO

Ends i RiotCORDOVA Today \UPI) American civil rights leader the Rev. Dr. Martin

In Luther King Is the heavy favorite to win the 1964 Nobel Peace

Prize, qualified observers said yesterday.For .
At WUFTVariety the first time since World War II, there is agreement
ARGENTINA (UPO while De Gaulle was Inspecting the
almost all observers here leader of
among on one man-King,
Bloody street clashes between Renault car assembly plant on the
the Southern Christian) Leadership Conference -to win the coveted
Peronists and police yesterday other side of the city. Peronists Is the keynote of the
prize.A .
marked the end of French PresI- crashed through a barbed wire second "Midweek" program which
committee appointed by the Norwegian Assembly choosesthe
dent Charles de Gaulle's state visit barrier In front of the palace of airs tonight, at 9 on WUFT-TV
winner. Its choice Is expected to be announced later this
to Argentina. At least 19 persons Justice, erected for De Gaulle's Channel 5.
month. The selection is made from a secret list of 20 to 30
were wounded.De safety, and threw stones at police.
Host and hostess, Al Moffett and names.
Gaulle's presence during a First police snots were into tne
Blllle Henry, return with breezy King's candidacy has been sponsored by leading politicians in
five-hour stopover enroute to air. But when return fire came
chatter and notes of Interest to Europe and the United States.
Asuncion, Paraguay, touched off from the crowd, police threw tear- North Central Florida viewers.
street riots throughout town. gas grenades Into the crowd and
Police used gunfire and tear gas firemen knocked down the van- The Villagers, a folks ing

on at least four occasions to quell guard of attacking Peronists with group from Gainesville High EscapeesKiliGuardBERLIN

the outbreaks.De streams from a water cannon. School, return for their second

Gaulle's arrival in Buenos Order was restored before De week, and Judy Lucio, pianist,will

Aires Saturday also sparked a Gaulle's arrival at the justice palace play several classical selections. (U P 1) Two West guard endangers a recent pass

Peronlst riot,which left 40 Injured. for lunch. Berliners aiding refugees shot In agreement enabling West Ber
Twenty-five persons were ar- Across town, however, a second Margaret Bowman discusses the self-defense and probably killedan liners to cross wall and visit
rested.De major clash occurred when police unusual activities of the eye bank, eastern border guard Mondayat relatives In East Berlin.
fired tear to 400 and Marlnle Vshansbha of India Berlin tunnel informed
Gaulleapparently unper- gas disperse a escape The East Germans demanded
turbed by the riots, left for Asun- Peronists, some of whom had been reveals the secrets of saridraping sources said last night. The either the punishment of the"mur

cion. The scent of tear gas still routed from Sobremonte Square. and drapes several of them on Communists originally had made derers" or their extradition. And,

hung heavily in the air.The French They were trying to mount a street Mrs. Henry. such a charge Monday. In effect, they demanded the West

leader showed no signs of being rally, shouting "De Gaulle! The sources said two youths Berlin city government take stepsto
affected the Peronl"! A.E. Reichart, an ardent coin who 57
by fumes. helped refugees escape half such rescue operations.The .
De Gaulle was not Involved per- Police fired Into the air again. and paper-money collector, dis- through the tunnel probably would latter demand was flatly

sonally In any of Tuesday's riots. Finally mounted police charged the plays his collection and gives the be tried after an Investigation.The rejected last night. A city

Police said they were triggered by Peronists, swinging truncheons.A Ins and outs of such collecting. youths, known as "refugee announcement said under no cir-

75 Peronlst labor leaders from third shooting Incident took Marlene E. Haugl and will review helpers," enter East Berlin to cumstances will the city government -

Buenos Aires. They egged on tumultuous place about 100 yards from the "The Last Dragon," the second help plan escapes.It "officially take measuresto
street crowds. Justice Palace where De Gaulle stressed that the
children's book to be written by was prevent people from one part
The day's most serious outbreak was lunching as police dispersed, University of Florida graduate, opened fire only after they were dot Germany from going to another
occurred at Sobremonte SquareCouncil rioters. Fleming Lee Blltch. surprised early Monday near the ipart."
end of the rescue and eastern The West Berlin announcement

Midweek Featurette, a short, police cocked their weapons and said the city would Investigate the
Begins pictorial story of Interest to peopleIn prepared to shoot them down.It border Incident. It expressed regret -
North Central Florida, Is was considered certain the another life had been lost at

narrated by Don Poucher,a studentin youths could plead self defense the wall "regardless of which

New the School of Journalism and and get off lightly. The sources side" or whether the victim"wore
ProgramAGNES Communications. said the possibility the youths a uniform or civilian clothes."

Producer director Is Richard would be turned over to the East
Germans for trial could be com-
FOWLES were urged to recognize that UF Settle. o pletely ruled out.
Staff WriterA Is not all chaos and red tape. The tact the refugee helpershad FOR SPECIALIZED AD

new for Freshman The meeting was presided over FSU TicketsGo been involved In a shootingat SERVICE,
program by SG president Ken Kennedy, who the East Berlin end of the
Council was launched Monday CALL UNIV. EX: 2832
evening as Dean of Student Affairs welcomed the students to a "re- On Sale tunnel under the wall was disclosed
constructed, reconstituted, non- OR
here last night after the
Lester L. Hale explained UF organization -
for student welfare to political Frosh Council." He explained Tickets for the FSU trip will go East Germans made an official COME TO ROOM '9
reorganization as plannedby on sale at the hub on Friday Oct.
protest to West Berlin.
approximately 117 delegates. He
reminded members of thenewem- himself, Dean Admas, Dean 2. They will be on sale until one In the protest the East Germans OF THE, FLA. UNION

to be Hale, and past Council officers week before the game. 'warned that the death of the border
phasis placed on Informingthe
Bill Wood and Nancy Calhoun.
council that all freshmen
so Termed as "a continuing orient-

will Stressed be well was informed.the need for aca- ation" was the program part of 1 atta4Uc Sau J41 I

demic excellence linked with a the council meetings, designed to <
Introduce students to the UF pat-
solid moral courage for applyingIt.
tern. Also, Kennedy said,the group
Illustrating the organizationof
will act as a sounding board for the
UF, Hale rated the student as
freshman.The Records
most important, "this Institution Mercury

exists for you," he said. next council meeting Is
He termed the student "a dia- slated for Oct. 19. At this time

mond in the rough" with every Kennedy will talk about SG organ-

phase of the University aimingin ization. Members will elect a TCHAIKOVSKY 1812

some way toward the develop- president and secretary at that Mono
ment of that diamond. Students time.

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Next Step Is YoursThe

question has arisen on campus In the last few weeks of -
"just what motivates the editorial staff of The Alligator." Pointat

question here Is the Alligator's stand on the controversialand

stormy football seating problem.

The Alligator has maintained, and parenthetically, still does
maintain, that bloc-seating under a rotational system Is fine,
but that the present policy of continued game-after-game privileged ,
seating astride the 50-yard line by certain special groups I" Privileged V, Seating

--ie. the Alligator, Florida Blue Key and Student Government-- ., 1 I I 'I I
Is one which wo feel to be unfair. .. I '" I 50
: yd
We have stated our reasoning on this subject many times
before, so It Is not the object of this editorial to add to this. .
The Alligator will not be sitting on the 50-yard line at the

Mississippi football game, but rather somewhere much closer
to the end zone. APODOSIS

We feel, however, that we have done all that Is possible at
this time In our attempt to revise the present seating situation.
Further alteration must be made only through channels other
Student Government In Exile
than the Florida Alligator. We will continue to air our views on
the subject and act as a forum for those both for and againstthe

proposed "revolution in privileged seating," but our means ,.
are limited.It .
Is the hope of The Alligator that our stand and our continued RICK SCHUSTER decision, and outraged, the governor will >
pressure will bear fruit next spring when campus-wide electionsare ColumnistMy out the National Guard.At this,the Key Memtof

held and Issues are debated by the two major campus political ALPHA 67, feeling the need of a wider sc
parties. stand on the worth of the current systemof for their activities will depart for an unnar

U this Issue of privileged seating can be Injected Into the spring Student Government (SG) has been called Latin American country.
election, then perhaps the student body Itself will have a chanceto solely negative by some parties. But I maintain ALPHA 67, thus left leaderless, shall quit
voice Its opinion on the subject. Through the election processthe that SG has a good dose of It coming enoughto break up Into dissident factions and will
student body will then be able to voice either a protest to get SG and the campus to look seriously at easily defeated in the following election, l
the existing situation or remain mute or vote down any proposed overhauling the system. In my concern for what under the supervision of the still present Natit
change. the future may hold if SG does not change, I Guard who will be under orders to remain u

The Issue Is not dead. It is our hope that next spring Its went to Robert Shipman, famed oracle, for a a stable government was attained. Defea
liveliness will be well demonstrated. Party platforms should prophecy of events that can ALPHA 67 shall be at the hands of the tt
contain planks demonstrating each party's stand on this issue be expected if things students who shall vote. They will all b

which, to be sure, is more Important than that of water sprinklers.We remain as they are. the same party, TOOTH, The Organlza
ask both V.O.T.E. and Gator Parties In the ensuing weeksto I found Shlpman squatting Organized to Hate, which shall be the <

let the student body know their respective feelings toward on the floor of his garret, g party chartered by the military caretaki
football seating. smoking his Kool-Aid filled After getting this far In his predict!'

water pipe, his secretaryat Shlpman collapsed from exhaustion and snu

Nuclear Weapons: An Issue? his side. He said, Kool-Aid poisoning. I left with my heart hea
"Scribe, take a parable. concerned about the future of this cam;

Verily I say unto you. .," SG leaders beware; Is there a new TOOT,

Former President Dwight D. Eisenhower told news conference and then foretold of the your future?

Monday that nuclear weapons had no place as a campaign IssueIn following events. SCHUSTER
the November election. He also said that there were certain He related that dissident
things a President shouldn't talk about that might be helpful to elements at the university will form a "united "
the enemy. front" group called ALPHA 67, and elect a LETTER: "_

We agree the President shouldn't tell all our secrets to the student government-in-exile whose rallying cry r
enemy, but we do feel that only by discussion and debate can will be, "Hell, No!," and whose official policy

the American people be Informed as to the nature of nuclear shall be Active Apathy. The avowed purpose of New Contest
weapons and the consequence of a nuclear mistake. America's this group will be the overthrow of the Adminis BeginsEDITOR

Ignorance would be the greatest help to the enemy. tration.
However, dissension will soon arise between :
those members advocating the overthrow of
The a FloridaALLIGATOR the Administration by force of violence,and those Would you please make 'public through y
who maintain that a more peaceful approach Is newspaper that the official RHAM (Raise I

possible. Shipman, who does not have a beard, Around Matherly) Contest begins next Mond
went on to foretell that the group would take Those groups practicing for the past we
Its dispute to its oracle of the name Eisenhower, are aware of the nature of the contest.
also called "The Bearded One." Eisenhower's rules'are as follows:
Served by United Press International
statement will be long and scholarly, and both 1) Eligible participating groups area
sides will interpret this as an endorsement ) off-campus: drivers of semi-trail
Editor ....... . . . . . Walker Lundy their of fire trucks .
position. Eventually, those and ambulances.b
Managing Editor. . . . . . . Joel Gaston advocating collectors win,
"peaceful co-existence" will be branded ) on-campus: garbage ,
Executive Editor. . ..'. . . . . Ron Spencer "devlatlonists" washers lawn mowersbasementpumouters
purged from the ,
Assistant Managing Editor. . .. . . Bunny Cason At this the group. floor
point, Administration will assert polishers.
Assistant Managing Editor. . .. . . Dave Berkowitz Itself, through one of the deans who, having 2) All those who wish to compete I i

Editorial Page Editor. . . .'. . Jim Hammock heard the group's rallying cry, will take it to receive from me a schedule of my cl
Sports Editor. . . . . . . Glenn Laney be a personal attack on himself. This dean hours in Matherly and their exact locat:
City Editor. . . . . . . Skip Haviser will make several secret phone calls resulting Performances should take place dire
Campus Living Editor. . . . . Jackie Cornelius in the on-campus student newspaper editorially outside of my classroom window (s)

attacking ALPHA 67 as "extremest group." in the case of off-campus groups,
Editorial Assistants .- Bruce Dudley, Tova Levine, Jim But Mathe
fate shall have this proved to be a poor University Avenue In front of
Castello, Ann Carter, Don Federman,Nancy Brachey,Sam Ullman, choice of invectives. The Youthful Americans 3) I will be sole Judge of all events. <
Ernie Utt (Circulation Manager), Stan Kulp (Cartoonist). for Freedom, interpreting this appelation as campus entries will be evaluated on

high praise, shall come out strongly for ALPHA basis of a) timing: skill at down-shll
Reporters -- Ed Barber (Tigert Hall Beat Chief, Patti Pltz 67. The Greeks, misinterpreting the meaning directly in front of Matherly; b) dim

(Student Government Beat Chief, Jim Claxton, Hall Cain, Joe I of the group's name, will bolt nebulous party sirenlng: maximum volume for fire t
Kollin, Bob Golub, Joe Waldorf, Sharon KelleyYvett Cardozo, I affiliations to align solidly behind ALPHA 67. and ambulance drivers. On-carr
Eunice Tall, Frank Shepard, Lee Alexander, Agnes Fowles entries will be judged on the basis c
Gerald Jones, Fran Snider, Thelma Mossman, Bill Sadowski, Shipman continued that the next Spring maximum distraction through median

Marjorie Green, Evan Langbein, David Kennedy, Marilyn Brtcklln, elections control would leave ALPHA 67 in complete means (mowers, pumps, waxers, e'
Liz Brewer, Gretchen VandenBerg, David Ropes, Terry Rogers, SG. They would then make their b) maximum distraction through pet '
Susie Halback, Joan Gaston, Pam Brown, Jefffey Denkewalter, the mistake. ALPHA 67 will quickly resolve talents (spirited discussions In grc

Dick Dennis, Beverly Faber, Dick Schneider, Greg Seltz, Bunny controversy over privileged seating at of three or more, studied unawarer
Goldberg, Kathi Blaney. using the games by eliminating all athletics, and of classes In session); c) endura:
money saved to build new classrooms
ability to extend distraction througJ
Outraged the
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaper. recently elected governor, the minutes or
of the University of Florida and is published five times weekly Honorable Brush Fire, will make a statement 4) Only one prize will be awarded:a vaca
supporting Motherhood
except ,during May, June and July when It is published: semi- the flag, a hot lunch for for the winner inside a sealed Demp
orphans and
weekly. Only editorials represent the official opinion of TU commie,rats further state, "I knew the dirty Dumpster, which will be pounded i
Alligator.' Columns represent only the opinions of their author this "were taking over the schools, and indiscriminately for two weeks.
proves it. The
The Alligator is entered as second class matter Jt the Vclttc! President of the University
will react with usual
States Post Office at Gainesville decisiveness and appoint R. DetwAsst.
a committee to study the matter.
Paranoid Professor of Ene
Unexpectedly the
will reach
a Chairman and Sponsor, HI


I LETTERS:. Wednesday, Oct. 7, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 5 I

I Crusader Tendencies AvowedEDITOR I FROM THE THIRD FLOORA

: excellent seats for the Mississippi game, on
Oct. 10. Such was not the case. I was informedthat Slim Majority
Having been told that I occasionally exhibit there were no seats on the 50, nor the 45,
tendencies toward being a crusader,or,as some nor the 40--not even on the 35-but that the
might say, a rabble-rouser I generally try to very best seats that were left were on the 30 DON DAVIS
employ more than average self-restraint when yard-line. As a last resort toward obtaining Columnist
tempted to write letters to the editor or to fight a really good seat for that game I inquiredInto Gator Party now has a slim,one-seat majorityIn
city hall. However, with regard to your recent the possibility of sitting in the card section the SG Legislative Council However, by no
editorials dissenting with the policy of privileged (since I am 28, married, father, and, according twist of the imagination can last Thursday's
bloc-seating for certain student groups at to SG's views in your recent editorial, am elections be Interpreted as a victory for Ken
football games, I encountered today, at the risk therefore "responsible"), when what unto my Kennedy's administration.
of being trite, the straw that broke the camel's already unbelieving ears should befall but the That V.0.T.E. carried a majority of the 30
back (and my self-restraint). word that in order to sit in the card section, seats up for grabs in the election seems to
First, let me say that I admire the stand one must be a resident of Flavet m. Flavet indicate that Gator Party must
that the Alligator Staff has taken on such bloc- III??? Well, there's certainly nothing wrong with set its house in order if V- ",
seating (although I dislike seeing you give up your living in Flavet ID, but is it distinction worthyof O.T.E. is to be defeated this r
50 yard-line seats while other groups less- privileged 50 yard-line seating? spring.In .
deserving in my opinion, hang tenaciously onto In closing, my hat's off to the Alligator staff, one respect, the slim \
theirs) and that I agree completely with your and I for one am of the opinion that when majority will be useful. The
views that the policy of privileged 50 yardlinefor thousands of seats In a 40 yard-wide swath Rules Committee of Ute
the Student Government (SG) and Florida are being cut out of the middle of the student Legislative Council consists ,
Blue Key people, and, for that matter, any area at Florida Field before the student tickets of two members of tile
student group, Is unnecessary and further I even go on sale, privileged bloc-seating has majority party and one from
suspect that with very few individual exceptions, become a custom that has snow-balled out of the minority. Under the pre-
it is also un-earned. all proportion. The question is.who is going to vious V. O. T. E.-dominated DAVIS I
As we all know, in the service commissioned do what to end, or to at least bring the numberof Legislative Council Majority
officers possess certain privileges not such privileged seats back Into the realmof Leader Lester "Buddy" Blain served as
possessed by enlisted men ( In order to distinguish reality chairman of the Rules Committee and, since
clearly between c.o.'s and e.m.'s, avoid the two other members represented the two
over-familiarity, and ensure discipline,and this Richard W. Adams 3EG political parties V.O.T.E. had the privilege
Is right and proper), and among these privileges of determining committee assignments for
Is select seating at certain events. However council members.
I am totally unaware of there being two dis- Answer To Tolbert Now Gator Party will have the decision on
tinguishable student groups on this campus-- matters of committee appointments. It will be
comlssioned students and enlisted students. I interesting to see if SG Vice President Dick
thought there were Just plain old students, all EDITOR: Gober, ex-offico member of the Rules Com
paying the same $113.00 per trimester. If the mittee, will press for the reduction In
latter Is the case, there certainly should not be May I suggest a "deal" with those two nuts committees that he sought last spring.
reserved 50 yard-line seats for any would-be from Tolbert Area. We here at Hume Hall "Many members of these committees are
commissioned students. will gladly take the practicing band off their merely title holders. .the presence of useless
Returning to the proverbial "straw"-today, 'hands. All they have to do is take the noisy committees gives SO a bad name"Gobtr stated
being the first day that student tickets were earth mover, dump trucks, and bulldozersthat at that time.Cober's .
available, I stood outside the ticket windowsfor run back and forth behind here all day. proposals were turned down. Ht had
an hour, from one until two p.m. when they We'll even throw in our beautiful view of the outlined to the Rules Committee a plan that
opened and was among the first dozen or so UF sewage plant and .the smell that goes with it would have consolidated three housing committees -
students (which out of about 15,000 such studentsIs when the wind's right. Into one and created two additional
fairly early, I would think) to obtain tickets committees. One of the new committees would
through this officially prescribed channel.Being John P. Pate have studied contracts and charter of
this early, I was sure that I would obtain Hume Hall organizations brought before the council for
approval the other would have been responsiblefor
canvassing elections and resolving election
I Reader Sees Political 'Obfuscation'EDITOR disputes. I

Gober had insisted that committees "must
have substantive work (to do) to warrant their
: because throughout the year he worked hard witha existence."
contagious enthusiasm which stimulated those Blain had opposed the committee reductionon
A commonly used method of obfuscation is working with him to strive for a better more the grounds that "11 one project Is accom-
to attack something or someone to draw workable and more meaningful student plished, it Justifies a com mitt..."
attention away from the real facts.In government for the students. It was a Job well Generally Gobtr wanted to have the Rules
the Sept. 22, edition of the Alligator, done. Committee appoint the major, functioning
there was a news story containing a quote This was no person who "knew little about committees of the Council and when the Unforeseen -
wherein the president of the student body made a student government during his own needs arose, appoint a special
desperate attempt to obfuscate the facts by administration." With regard to his knowledge committee.
making an attack upon former President Paul of "contemporary SG affairs" one wonders If Blain and Richard Thompson, the other I.
Hendrick's record, to wit, ". . he anybody is well versed in these affairs. We've V.O.T.E. Rules Committee ,member opposed ;
(Hendrick) knew little about Student Government seen so few of these "affairs." But if Paul this idea. Their opinion seemed to reflect
during his own administration." The fact that doesn't know what's going on, nobody does. the feeling that Gober would appoint the special
the present Student Body president would like The current president of the student body, committees, gain additional power and deprive
to remain hidden is that the current SG his prime minister, and the rest of the cabinet themselves of some political Uvtragt. "
administration is inert....-has failed to presenta realize that there are months ahead for the The Rules Committee will be stacked in
positive program for a meaningful student administration. But when will the activity start favor of the Gator Party now, though and it
government.If this year? The student body anxiously awaits will be Interesting to set what happens.Certainly
there was ever any individual more qualified, progress in this new administration. there are many useless committees on this
better prepared, and well suited to assume the But while we're waiting Mr. present Legislative Council that exist according to
job of president of the student body than Paul President leave past President Hendrlck and to Gobtr Just to give members "lines on a '".
Hendrick, it has not been in years within recent his administration out of the picture. His Blue Key application in a few years." coy
memory. He had a strong record of past experience administration proved Itself as a good one. I 1' ,'
in nearly every phase of student governmentand Join with many others who say "Thank you r"_''''c'.
combining this with dynamic leadership anda Paul Hendrick and your administration." LETTER:

well thought-out plan of action, his
Eric Smith 1LW Red Police State '. i.i
administration functioned very successfully. It :: .
was meaningful for every Florida student.
Last September saw 50% of the Hendrick- 'Give Me Humphrey'EDITOR EDITOR: ,
V.O.T.E. platform completed and by the closeof
the term, the administration of action had, In some part of the worldthey say Americans
: have been brainwashed to such a decree that
other thingsEffectively
among ,:
----- represented the student body anything socialistic or pro-any communistic
at ail times and especially In the attempted Mr. Goldwater's books the manner In whichhe country, shows that the person holding th./ .
date-ticket price hike. "took over" the Republican convention and attitudes must be a Communist.In .
nomination the of both himself and Honor system In fattening
.----Revised the SG constitution. rantlngs my opinion the ,
-.--.Worked with Fla. Congressmen for the his running mate, and the voting record of the Idea that one student must Inform on another,
passage of the voluntary R.O.T.C. bill. both of them are enough to scare the daylightsout resembles and is, In fact wry similar to the
--_.Obtained approval for and equipment to of most sane Americans who think he may communist police ..tate.r .
Install lights for the Broward tennis courts. become the leader of our nation and the world. submit that the Honor Court can be usefulin
--Expanded the student book sale. Then good old filibustering, party-bolt passing Judgements on students caught
..Obtained approval for Student Sale*Days Strom Thurmond: Joined the band-wagoo. Now, cheating, if tile Chancellor Is txptritnctd. Hut,
by local merchants. to top It all off, Mr. Goldwater says if ht is I believe that it U the professor's responsibility,
----Established the Pan American Exchange elected he may appoint stumbling, bumbling, and not an adjacent studtnt'c to apprehend a
Program to exchange information with collegesin stuttering Dick Nixon aj Secretary of State. student for cheating. And, that the reason the
South America; and a program to exchange Can anyone imagine the person who was stoned system will not function well, Is that most
information with comparable U. S. universities. In South America sitting! down at the bargaining people are taught from an early aft not to '
---Drastically reduced privileged SG tables of the world with the keenest minds tell on each other. Simply, then, to Inform on
seating at football games and other events. that the other nations can muster? Heaven hU fellow student goes agalnat the grain.
---.Eliminated personalized SG stationarywith forbid! For these reasons, I feel that the Honor
office holder's names imprinted and service Gin me Humphrey and the A.D.A. Court System U tmdtslrablt.

keys that required SG to foot the bilk
Hendrlck more than accomplished his platform Virgil D. TnorohUl, 7AS Brooke. Grttnt, 7AG.I .

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N l[_For Sale J ii-I For Sale l I AutosWANT I ii-I ServicesPROFESSIONAL I I For tent .1

Johnson Racing alia-all condition. Call Ext. 2678 Florida 1960 RENAULT 4 door Dauphine. my home. By DICTAPHONE beltsor furnished, air-conditioning,
equipment trailer. $600 or make Gym. Or FR 2-9950 at night. New or reconditioned Items: copy work. Medical Termln- central heat, private bath, near
offer Call Mac McCardell 372- (A-22-3t-c). Engine, clutch, brakes, generator 010 g y passed. On approved campus. 2 girls $30 each. 1 girl
9364.613 MurphreeM.A-23-5t-c). regulator headliner and Graduate list. Call Mrs. Lyons $50 per month. Call FR 6-3751
MOPED SCOOTER. Needs minor upholstery. Asking price: $525. anytime 67160.(M-23-lt-c). (B-22-tf-c).
SMALL 2 Bedroom and bath bouse, repairs to run. Will accept best Phone 3721570.(G-21-5t-p).
living room and combination dining offer. Also like new transistor tape MILLER Si SONS Auto Painting MALE STUDENT. Very nice room
room-kitchen, has green aluminum recorder. $15.: Call Mel FR 2- '60 TR-10 4 dr, R&H $375. '57 Shop, all cars $29.95; body work. for rent. Kitchen facilities with
siding and house Is almost new. 5888.(A-21-3t-c). TR-3 WW, boot cover, tonneau, 732 NW 1st Street. Across from weekly maid service. $25 per
Total price $6000 or less for cash. R&H $575.! Phone 26471. Ask White Electric. ALL work month. 2 blocks off campus. Call
See at 1954 NW 34th Ave. Then HAM RECEIVER. Hammarlund for Mike In Rnw#3.Leave messageif guaranteed.(M-13-20t-c). FR 22726.(B-23-3t-c).
call FR 2-3251 after 6 p.m. for Hq-170. 2 Years old. Six band. not home. (G-19-tf-c).
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offer. (A-19-5t-p). "49 HUDSON Convertible Gator Groomer Coin Laundry. I Help WantedHISTOLOGY I
1961 JAWA MOTORCYCLE 175 cc., EXCEPTIONALLY beautiful with $5.00 per month. Apply at Gator
top condition. $175. Can be seen many extras. Customized, with a Groomer Coin Laundry. (M-
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South of University Inn. 3769218. One owner. Phone 6-0522. (G- have training and experience. 40
(A-20-5t-c). 23-3t-c). FOOTBALL NURSERY PROGRAM hr. week. Excellent working
Children transported to and from conditions, liberal fringe benefits.
SMITH CORONA 250 compact MATURE GRADUATE student of 1961 BLACK MERCURY COMET villages for Miss. game. Nurserycare. Salary good. Contact personnel
electric typewriter. Automatic sociology wants to rent quiet desk 4 door, radio, heater and standard Approved by Univ. of Fla. office Alachua General Hospital.FR .
carriage return & other deluxe space in home or office where shin. $875. Call FR 8-1398--Ray Housing Office. For Information 2-4321. (E-22-21-C).
features. One year old. $183 or work may be left on desk. John Sage. See at 928 SW 1st Ave. contact Jack&Jill Nursery-3900..
best offer. Call Mrs. Salmon, Ext. Mayer, 376-0036.(J-23-3t-c). (G-21-3t-c). (M-20-4t-c). PART TIME HELP Apply Tony's
2168 or 3723451. (A-22-5t-c). Pizza, 1308 West University. (E-
.. (J-19-tf-c). stick; my owner has loved and years on part or all day.Call Mrs.
ONE YELLOW ballerina length cared for me for 26,000 miles. I Howell 6.4208,1765 NE 21st Place
one turquoise full-length formal. GATOR CLASSIFIEDSUNIV. am perfect! Interested? I live (M-21-5t-c). ( Lost & Found I
Size 7. Call 372-2456 after 6 p.m. at 1740 NW 7th Ave. I cost $1295.!
EX 2832
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HOMECOMING BRAWL DANCE at LOST: Prescription sun glassesand
1957 DODGE Coronet twotoneblue. Moose Lodge. Sat., Oct. 17, 9 p.m. Beckman case. Near upper
The FIRST of 3 BERGMAN'S. ALL In OCTOBER I Come by and make an offer. to 1 a.m. $3.00 per couple. Semi- drill-field 9/26. Please call Timat
See Them In SEQUENCE---Oct. 18, "WINTER Ron Spencer 1614 NW 3rd Place. for m a!. Buy tickets at door. FR 8-1026.(L-22-2t-c).
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LIGHT" Oct. 28, "THE SILENCE" LOST: Red University City check

.", { WantedONE I book bearing name and address of
"BEST PICTURE OF .p' CHILD NEEDED to complete Ann Carter.If found,please returnto
1 "family" for child day care in Alligator office after 3:30 p.m.
3 THE YEAR"Y...TIMES HERALD TRIB MALE STUDENT to share 2 my home. Five years professional No reward Is offered; you will see
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7 -DAILY MWSSATURDAY two students. $33.33 per month. 0972, (M-21-3t-c). (L-23-3t-nc).
BERGMAN'STIlliE INGMAR MAGAZINE REVIEW ':i. See at 104 SW 8th Street. (C- I I
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Today I GIN ..' MISSISSIPPI GAME: 1 or 2 good I I I
Thru sat SIMC1. seats In faculty section for Oct.
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1ATE Also LATEST NEWSREEL I... ,I University Duplicate Bridge Club
New Apt., A-C.,Kitchen equipped.
I II.'I Approx. $40 per month. For

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"A Shot in the Dork"? [ THE WILD SIDE

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Summit _Conference .Wednesday, Oct. 7, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 9 .

frca Shuns Pepper Warns I Lady Bird VisitsTALLAHASSEE I

ongo LeaderCAIRO Florida

Fla. (UPI) crowd, particularly among the
JACKSONVILLEFla.UPI-Rep. Preparations for the Thursday younger folks.Johnson .

U.A.R. (UPI) African Premier Patrice Lumumba. Theyare Claude Pepper, D-Fla., urged night visit of the nation's first headquarters said The
ads of state voted unanimously angry because he has Floridians Monday "not to have lady to Florida's capital city are Brothers Four donated their ser
sterday to exclude Congolese UJS. military aid and has employed their vision obscured by the Issueof taking the form of a gala pep vices "as evidence ef their active
Iremier Moise Tshombe from the white mercenaries from South civil rights" in choosing a rally for the JohnsonHumphreyticket. support of President Johnson and

unit conference of non-aligned Africa land of rigid racist poll- President. active membership In the Young
tions. Tshombe, under virtual Pepper told the annual Florida There'll be everything from the Citizens for Johnson Movement."

I arrest,faces'Immediate ex- cies.The conference went on without AFL-CIO convention that Republican crack Negro marching band from The Lady Bird peclal cam-
Ion from the United Arab Re- Tshombe. The chiefs of state candidate Sen. Barry Florida A&M University to "The paign train is scheduled he re about
blic. their representatives from 48 or Goldwater had pledged faithfully Brothers Four," the wellknownfolk 7:30 p.m. Thursday.
nations -
Tshombe landed in Cairo earlier sat down for the second day of execute the civil rights law U music quartet currently

sterday In defiance of official the summit with Indonesian Presi- elected. sweeping the country.
rders to keep him out. He had dent Sukarno and Yugoslav Presi- "What then is the difference Mrs. Lyndon Johnson will deliver Bulletin
( to Cairo between the Republican and Democratic what the White House Is
tarted Monday from Leo- dent Tito the first speakers.
candidates of civil rightsin billing as an address of major
oldville but his plane was not Sukarno told the conferencethere A small fire caused an estimated -
flowed to land and he continuedn the future?" Pepper asked."I significance, dealing with the $200-$300 damage last
must be no future of education In America.The .
| peaceful coexistence wonder if Sen. Goldwater Is
to Athens. Early yesterday he between the night in the kitchen of the
great nation
not to entertainment will come
trying perpetrate a hoaxon .
led again.An ,
Tau Phi
Epsilon Fraternity
and the developing nations they the Southern people on the sub- before and after the talk, to be
official communique said his hoped to house on Fraternity Row.Shortly .
lie said real I ject of civil rights." delivered In the ballroom of the
participation in the conference after 10 Po m., smoke
co-existence Is possible The Miami congressman pointedout new student union which can accommodate -
Duld be "Inopportune. Informed In Flint Hall
only "when we can face them with that Sen. Everett Dirksen of about 3,500personswith
ounces said Diallo Telll, secre- equal but at press time city firemen -
strength, and equal
strength Illinois, who helped break the everyone stadlng up.
|ary general of the Organizationr is'possible were unable to locate
only through soli Southern filibuster against the bill, There'll be no seats, except
African Unity OAU, would ask darity." any fire.
was the one who nominated Gold- for newsmen covering the event.A .
shombe to leave the country. Campus police said the fire
Tito's speech was in sharp con- water. big turnout of students from
Tshombe is unpopular with Afria at the fraternity house was
trast. He took the generally opti- "In his acceptance speech,whichhe both colleges here Is expected to
leaders for many reasons. mistic view that the situation todayis called a speech of conscienceSen. swell the crowd of townsfolks In discovered while supper was
hey blame him for the death of being prepared but was extinguished -
somewhat better than at the time
Goldwater never said one word this town which is considered to
of the Belgrade conference a year about recommending to the con- be predominately Goldwater coun- before it could spread
ago. H e said "the development of gress if he were President the try. The town's Democratic ladles outside the kitchen and exhaust -

international relations during that repeal of civil rights legislation," have been asked to split up the areas.
period was basically positive." Pepper said.edicts. telephone book and make calls urging Authorities said an electrical -
___ short In Flint Hall was
I everyone to turn out to seethe
thought to have Ignited small
Lady Bird Special.
Senator fire there but firemenwere
: Pr Winstate Lucl Johnson, the President's17yearold still searching the building -
daughter Is being
at time last night.
counted on to help bring out aVietnamese
has forces and "are
MIAMI (UPI) Sen. George A. Joined

t 3 Smathers, D-Fla., said yesterdayhe working together to promote the
views the presidential race In success of the party ticket from Fire
Florida as "very close." the top to bottom."

"But Florida can be won and I He admitted the northwest

predict Florida and the nation will Florida Panhandle, through which On Three VillagesSAIGON
go for President Johnson," Mrs. Johnson's campaign train will

Smathers said. pass, is "very difficult" for the
The senator told a news confer- Democratic ticket.Some polls have (UPI) The Vietnam during SepUmoer. But all Indications -

ence he plans to "make political shown the Republican nominee government disclosed yesterday were the Viet Cong was

Veq/aM ate speeches in every area of the state Sen. Barry Goldwater, leading as Its troops opened fire In three forging another link In Us chain
for Johnson" between now and much as 75 per cent, he said. northern villages Sunday and Mon- of roadblocks aimed at Isolating

election day. "Civil rights Is the only Issue day on anti-governmentde- Saigon
a ltJOfJ ot file! He will start by Joining other in that area but with each passing monstrators armed with grenadesand There were these other major

leading Florida Democrats In day it is diminishing as an Issue," machine guns. It said eight Vietnamese developments U.s.
boarding the "Lady Bird Special" Smathers said. civilians were killed and 35 military spokesman announced that

I(and remember,only Ban makes Weejunil/ I) campaign train of Mrs. Lyndon B. The Democratic senator said the wounded.A American military strength in
Johnson at the Florida-Georgia Congressional Record shows that defense ministry statementsaid South Vietnam had soared to 19,900,
border Thursday night and riding to Goldwater voted only one time the Communist Viet Cong an increase of 2,300 men since the
Pensacola on it the next day. against civil rights legislation, In Instigated the riots and used In- end of July. He said the build-

Smathers said it is significantIn 1964, but previously voted 40 nocent civilian as "human up, announced previously, was to
Florida that for the first time straight times, along with Sen. shields" against the government stiffen government forces by plac-

in recent years nearly every top Jacob K. Javlts, R-V., In favorof soldiers. The Incidents occurredIn ing a military and civil overseer
Democratic party leader In the civil rights legislation. Quang Neal and Phu Yen provinces In rural groupings of about 40

Ii 330 and 240 miles northeast villages throughout the country
7 of Saigon. Communist China accused the

Military observers said the Incidents United States of strafing and bomb-
appeared to be the start Ing 100 fishing boats on the Keo

of a new Viet Cong strategy aimedat River In South Vietnam,September
\\'c nil turning the civilian populace 27, !killing or wounding 400 persons -

,', makemistaken. against the Saigon government It .
coincided with reports of increased Former Deputy Premier Brig.

i.Traditional. .. anti-American sentiment In the Gen. Do Mau, who was minister
north. for social and cultural affairs,
( There was bad news on the military said he was leaving for travel In
rb front as well. A U.s. military Asian countries "as a tourist.''

spokesman described the He scoffed at report hejud been
fighting as vttually a stalemate under house arrest.


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I Page 10, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, Oct. 7, 1964 1,400 Students Work

Full or Part-time/

z:3 -
., Approximately 10 per cent of for a student to try to live on

students on campus are working for part-time earnings alone.
: the UF or got their Jobs throughthe
:: Student Financial Aid Com- McClelland said the result on

mittee, according to Hayes K.Mc- grades depends on the student.
Clelland, assistant dean of men. "u they are real good students,
: e 2 Over 1,400 students are work- the extra time allotted to working
Ing at part or full time jobs this will not hurt them very much.'

trimester, an Increase since 1957 --,------- ,-,-
when only 1,125 students held Jobs.
Ji ) : \ "We are glad to help students Pool Deadline
I get Jobs If they meet the requirements -

: ," said McClelland. No Noon Today"

full time student may work over '.
Those students wishing to
15 hours unless he has an overall +
participate In the Florida
4 ( D average and no full time student
Union's annual billiard
may work over 20 hours.
I tournament should sign up In
: frt Part time students may work up
Room 315 of the Union by
t to 30 hours a week according to
4 noon today.
I the number of hours they are
% The tournament will beheldon
carrying. No student shall work
special tables in the Social !
unless he has a 2.0 average over-
Room of the Union today
all and for the last trimester.
f. through Friday, followed by
Most between
campus pay ',
a demonstration of billiard
75 cents and $1.05 an hour. Mc-
studentnot plays by Willie MoscoM on
Clelland suggested that a i,
Friday at 1:30 and 7:30 p.m.
work during his freshman year.
f.>2.ba He said It would be very difficult 7
1' as

: Y,45


LLORD'S 'I NTERNA TIONAL' -Concertheatre- -s sponsored- by the Florida Union

Fine Arts Committee, will perform at 8:15 p.m. tomorrow night in the University

Auditorium. Operated by Daniel Llords the concertheatre will bring approxim-

ately 200 hand-operated marionettes to the UF campus. 1. What's new in finance,? 2. How buddy about in? letting an old

I think I found
a real sleeper. Don't spread it around,
but a very dear friend

One-man Show Set Tonight -' ofmrUnc1eEd'sCOUSID Jim told him

J confidentially that he
heard from a reliable
Llords' "International," a one- source that Chippewa
man 200 marionette Con- &Wabnsh has made a

certheatre, will perform in the significant break
University Auditorium tomorrow through in potash
'..tirnf' r'a
night at 8:15. The ConcertheatreIs
sponsored by the Florida Union Y '''I'd. ., ,
Fine Arts Committee. AdmissionIs

Daniel Llords, frequently called
the "American Ambassador the BOOTS

Puppet-world-at-large," presents
ballet-mimes Interpreting visually
scores from famous ballets with
his marionettes.

Llords has created over 500

marionettes which he personally HATS

costumes. His Concertheatre con- 3.Chippewa fit Wabash They just 4. What's more the president
sis tes of 200 puppets which dance bankruptcy proceedings.Uixlf of the company is reported to
and Interpret various musical EddiJn't he on his way to Brazil.
themes from a minuet at the
mention thAt. How know
Palace of Versailles to the C- come you
!so much about it?
"Turkey In the Straw" square 9ftbt

dance. SHIRTS v

Llords' Concertheatre involves L +cSbtoW
elaborate props -- Including a M

specially designed stage, complete -
with revolving floors and

effects such as smoke, rain,
bubbles, lighted chandllelers and
underwater illusions.

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ouisiana Begins III1 UllllllIIlI JIll. I I ta..L.. -- ..

Storm CleanupNEW 1 I Campus News BriefsPhi I I

ORLEANS (UPI) LouIsiana to the ground the crop was expected Lab DedicatedThe

set its jaw and bent itsiback to bring in $115 million. Delta Kappa Sociology TalkDr.

to the massive Job of clean- UF's new Big Bend
fin; up the mess left by monster Estimates of the damage to the Luncheon for Phi Delta Horticultural Laboratory will
Hornell Hart Professorof
|Hurricane Hilda yesterday. cane crop ranged from 80 to 100 Kappa, professional education Sociology ,at Florida be dedicated Oct. 9, at 10:00
per cent loss which one American honorary Oct. 15 at 11:45
a.m., according to Dr. J.R.
Local, state and fedeial jffi- Sugar Cane Southern College,will addressthe
League spokesman a.m. in the Florida Room
Deckenbach Agricultural Experiment -
iaLs worked together in the taskf called"conservative." Beta Chapter of Alpha ,
Annex of Norman Hall. The
rebuilding the towns damagedy Kappa Delta, honorary sociological Stations director.
speaker is Dr. Hal Lewis.He .
The 82-acre research
| the huge storm. Ninety per cent of the rice fraternity, at 8 p.m. new
crop had been harvested before will talk on "Off-Campus tonight In Room 324 of the. center is located two miles
speculation that Pre- Summer Teaching." west of Monticello on U.s.
There was the storm hit. The cane was to Florida Union.Professor .
ident Johnson might come Into be harvested this week. Hart Is an inter- Highway 90.
Ihe state for an on-the-spot sur- nationally known sociologist The public Is invited to the

Erey of south Louisiana, as he did How much was lost on the cane Johnson StudentsStudents who has published numerous dedication.

fa Florida last month. crop could only be determinedafter articles in American and In Bloc SeatingAll

the flattened stalks were for Johnson will international Journals and is
lie has declared the storm- cut from the rain
soaked mire. meet Thursday in the Florida bloc
the author of several books seating requests
amaged section of the state adis- ...
Union Auditorium at 8 p.m. speak "The Validity must be In
jaster area. Much of the crop will have to He will on by Monday noon
: for the
be taken from the fields by hand, Homecoming game.

The concensus was that a, costly operation not anticipatedwhen independant groups can pick

Louisiana got off better than anyody the estimated 1964 revenue Humanities FilmThe Mitchell TicketsTickets up ructions In SO offices.

[ had expected. was calculated.
Latin ClubAll

UJS. Rep. Hale Boggs, DLa., Humanities Society film tot h e Lyceum
There were 31 counted dead,
said the federal government was this week is "Kiss Me Kate," Council presentation of activity cards of
ind crop losses were heavy, but
Chad Mitchell Trio Fridayat
attempting to get cane cutters in a musical in color based on members of the Latin
;enerally, private homes were In from the Caribbean to harvest the Shakespear's "Taming of the 8:13: p.m., will go on sale American Club must be turnedin
;ood condition, flood waters were today at 10 a.m. at the Information -
downed crop. Shrew." Showings will be by Friday at the Interna-
eceeding, and the people were
today, Friday and Saturday at Booth across from tional Center for bloc seating
oing home. He said the labor pool in the 7 p.m. and Sunday at 4 p.m. the Student Service Center. at the Homecoming football

There were still an estimated damaged area would be used first, in Walker Auditorium.mStopped. The price is $1.S0perperson.Blockade. game.
but he added the pool was "very
,000 refugees In Red Cross shel- small." -- I1f. tU.II. L ...............- .JJ 1 jf
"" -
'" '" 1111" -
ers alone, but at the height of

he storm some 150,000 had fled

heir homes.A .
Integratio '
source of major concern was Crippling

he state's sugar cane crop. Be-

ore Hilda sent the stalks crashing sessions conducted by volunteersat
SAVANNAH (UPI) Twenty Ne- ,
the association's headquarters
go students at Groves High School CasfroSmafhers
"until the board of education and
failed to attend classes yesterday
Want to Be a the Justice Department say it is
after an NAACP official urged
safe." MIAMI (UPI) Sen. George A. Smathers apparently was
Negro parents Monday night to Law's comments and the Monday Smathers said yesterday the United prompted to make the comment
CorporatioiiPresident} keep their children from classes because of announced plans by
meeting were apparently set off States economic blockade of Cuba
"until the school board provides
by fights between white and Negro is crippling the Fidel Castro some 40 members of the Cuban
adequate protection" for Negro students. Two fights between two regime and he predicted. big Bay of Pigs invasion force to forman

students.A white and two Negro students were blow up" by the army will even- "honor guard" for William E.

Someday general meeting of parentsof reported Friday. tually topple the Communist Miller during a scheduled speech

all students at the school was However, school officials said dictatorship.The In Miami by the Republican vice- ..
called for 2 p.m. yesterday.W.W. presidential candidate Wednesday
that 12 white students have been
.I 1 mil1 IWVhllnillislrrd hIWII'flHlfil \ a Law, state president of junior senator from Florida, night.

; nluffllimlfll frIrrirlrlirur ; the NAACP said he advised parents suspended so themselves.far this year for home from Washington to help the Although exiles are not eligible -

Itlh luiic I/,( t/ilif r.tcntnfg.ot to send their children to study fighting among Democratic campaign, to Id i press to vote, teams of bilingual

'1/1'1.; 't'mn rlns ger/nnlinf.c; conference "Cuba is on its last refugee housewives have been reported -

llnir .\f<"1. Hignlfir' (,err legs economically and is faltering calling on local residents)

".#. Stuffnr i fv t'tllll' '( \lnhnl\ Firm I Fiaht For Oil RightsTALLAHASSEE badly" because of United States to support the Goldwatcr-Mlller

. .v-- pressures. ticket.
A survey by a Chicago con under 10,000 acres In Dade

sulting firm shows that men (UPIRenewed County, some of it overlappingthe "There is bound to be a big Smathers, a member of the

whose major experience has Interest In the possibility of oil area sought by Phillips. blow-up," he said. "One where Senate Foreign Relations Com-

been in marketing are most beneath the dense swamps of South State Treasurer J.Edwin Larson the army Itself pulls away." mittee who is particularly concerned

likely to climb to the top of the Florida posed a problem for the said he opposed giving any company with developments Cuba

corporate ladder. "Marketing" state yesterday as two firms fought exclusive right to search over such Smathers chided Cuba exiles and Latin America, said he personally -
for the right to look for the black who may be looking to.the Republican -
includes all forms of .selling acompany's a wide area and the applicants were favors creation of such a
gold In an identical location. party for an end to the Castro .
products or services. directed to sit down with the staff government."An
Said an official of U.S. Steel: "1 Phillips Oil Co. asked for an of the state Internal improvement regime.

would rather own A market than exclusive six months lease with fund trustees and try to work outa exile government would
additional 18- "They are ringing a bell he
a mill." Hue are A few of the an option for an compromise that would suit both. hasten the riddance of Castro from
said "but not at the right address. -
thousands of presidents who months covering 246,880 acres The state would benefit which- Cuba," ht said.However .
started as salesmen: In Broward and Dade counties. ever found oil since it gets a
J.L. McCord applied for an exclusive He suggested they "should be
royalty 0 n anything brought In Use "Inability" of refugees -
RAY LPPI reminded that Cuba lost. .
:RT. President two-year permit on slightly was
under state permit. themselves to work together
Burroughs Corporation under Republican administra
-- -- has so tar made such government
LEWIS GRUBER, President tion" when Dwight D. Eisenhowerwas
P I nrill..,.) Company "impractical," he added.
II ), Heinz

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Five-Game Florida mmtDIwith

i I m4'a?1


} .
t Florida's Gators put five game Gators get ready for their "acid game this past weekend, and When one fights a tiger, whether he wins or lose he's bound to geta

, winning string on the line this test" Saturday."We Graves expects to see Ole Miss little banged up. Not playing the Louisiana State Tigers this past
)k weekend against a team that Is may not have as many stars taking to the air against the Gators weekend has definitely helped us physically for this weekend againstOle

I {. capable of scoring three to six and might not be as good as Ole too. Miss.

I touchdowns every game,according Miss, but I think it should be one "They can give you the bomb or For those who might have missed last week's game, It gives a chanceto
: to head roach Ray Graves. of the best games at Florida Fieldin as equally as good a running game," play that game at the end of the year. Others who wouldn't have

a long time," Graves said said the Florida Coach. been at their best Saturday, it gave a chance to heal. But when we play

f The Gators lost 7-3 the last yesterday. The Gator defense Is working L.S.U. at the end of the year, who's to say we won't be as beat up thenas
time they faced the Ole Miss Graves said he would continuethe a variety of slot and wing-T for- we are now (possibly even worse).
Rebels which was In the 1958 heavy drills through Thursday.The mations which the Rebels run from. There's one other possible repercussion due to the postponement of

'.. ) Gator Bowl. The last time the Gators won't practice Friday. Graves reported Monday the the Florida-LJS.U. game Saturday. Both Florida and LJS.U.plan to

1 s't two teams met prior to the Gator The Bull Gator is particularly team was let down after not play- have teams worthy of bowl bids. With the season postponed (one week

t Bowl was In 1945 when the Orange worried about the Rebels' offense Ing Louisiana State, but now he for Florida and two weeks for LjS.U.) It could affect our chances of

}I and Blue beat Mississippi 26-13. lead by quarterback Jim feels the Gators are ready to go being asked. Bowls like to have their minds made up as late In the

\ Florida wound up its second day Weatherly. The Rebel back again. season as December 5.
.,v of rough workouts yesterday as the attempted 39 passes in the Houston The main regret that Graves
M has about the LSU contest Is the Attitude Check

Gators now have only two games

;' experience to the Rebels' three. If you've ever been a boy or girl scout, or have been to camp, you're
Boyer JavierOff This Is one of the reasons the probably familiar with the buddy system and the buddy check. When,

: ; Gators have had more rough practices on a hike or in swimming, the whistle blows and an Instructor yells

this week, according to "buddy check," everyone holds up his buddy's hand to be checked.

Graves. The defensive team and Coach Ellenson have come up with a new
Injury List Offensively the Gators have been wrinkle. It's called an "Attitude check." Every 15 minutes or so
; stressing passing by the "one- Coach Ellenson will blow his whistle and shout "Attitude Check."

two punch" of Steve Spurrier and Immediately the entire defensive team will Jump up and down, roll
ST. LOUIS (UPI) The St.Louis ing such as the Redbirds will face Tom Shannon, and Graves feels the on the ground, scream and shout. Then If their attitude checks out

,, Cardinals' World Series hopes In Whitey Ford WednesdayIs game Saturday should be a real all right, the defense goes back to work.
soared Tuesday on the eve of Wed nursing a bruised left hip, but offensive duel between his two Cats beat'um nice

nesday's opening game when commented, "it won't hurt half as backs and Weatherly. We'll make It twice,
slugger Ken Boyer and second much to play as not to play." Graves feels the Gators will haveto Come on Gators lets put it on Ice.

v baseman Julian Javier were pronounced Ray Sadeckl, the 23-year-old, take to the air lanes to down The University of Mississippi, whose coach, Johnny Vaught, has the
; fit to play and young Phil 20-game winning lefthander named the Johnny Rebs Saturday. With best won-lost record In major college football, has won only two out
I\ Llnz was officially designated as by Keane to face Ford in the this In mind, the Gators stressedthe of Its last five games.

| shortstop Tony Kubek's replace- opener sat calmly In an alcoveIn passing game In practice yes- But their record Isn't Indicative of the potential their team. Lookingat

*\, ment In the New York Yankees' the Cardinal dugout and discussed terday. the roster of Ole Miss is like looking at an all star roster. They

i < lineup. the series. The Ole Miss Rebels shouldbe are big, strong, and fast, and have men on their third team whp could
\{ Odds on the first game continued "No, I'm not nervous," he especially rough Saturday since probably be first on other teams in the Southeastern Conference.But .

to favor the Yankees at 13-10, grinned. "After the season we they will be fighting to get back as of yet Ole Miss Isn't playing as a team. They're not together,
\ and the American League champions played there is nothing to be ner- in the Southeastern Conference and before they can regroup their forces, the Gators intend to make It
\ remained a 17-10 pick to vous about. We pulled through ina race after their defeat by Kentucky, two losses for the Mississippians.
\ win the series. tough race and we think we can according to Graves.

\, The weatherman presented no win this series against a tough
complications, predicting clear team."
Top SEC: Rushers
skies, and cool and crisp tem- Keane declined to say how long GATOR CLASSIFIEDADS

perature for the opener at Busch the series would go. "I don't make SELL
Player and School Ails. Gain Loss Yds. Avg.
Stadium. any predictions," he said. "Be-
Manager Johnny Keane announced sides, I'm really not qualified to
30 173 5 168 5.8
1. Bird Ky.
I I" ._ at light Cardinal workout judge the teams since I've seen ,
2. Sidle Auburn 37 166 10 4.2
that and Javier "definitely the Yankees this ,
Boyer only once year-
3. Kelley Ala. 25 153 0 153 6.1
will play today" and Boyer, the back In spring training when ,
4. Frederickson Aub. 32 145 0 4.5
National League's most effective Sadeckl beat them In a game,2-1., ,
!5. Rhoden, Miss. St. 13 144 12 132 10.2 }Jias.erco
righthanded hitter and the major "I look for six
a or seven game 119 \ ge
6. Screen LSU 23 130 11 5.2 \
league RBI leader this season series," said Boyer, a 6-foot, 2- ,
23 109 0 4.1
7. McGraw Ky.
added "I'll play unless they cut Inch, 195-pounder who generallyIs ,
8. Namath Ala. 22 123 16 107 4.8
off a leg." regarded as the Cardinal's most
9. Miss. St. 22 103 0 103 4.7
Boyer admitted he might be valuable player and leader. ,
LSU 29 103 2 101 3.5
10. Labruzzo MODERNShoe
; slightly hobbled on the base-paths Boyer grinned when remindedthat
26 96 2 94 3.6
'. by a pulled hamstring muscle In brother Clete, the Yankees' 11. Taylor, Ga.
26 93 4 89 3.4
12. Schwab Shop
his left leg, but said "as long as third baseman, was aware that he Repair
13. Kinard Miss. 19 85 1 84 4.4
It's taped, It'll be okay." might be hampered on some typesof ,
14. Mitchell, Tenn. 28 82 0 82 2.9 Heels Attached
Javier, a key man In the Car- plays.
13 76 1 75 5.8
dinal defense and a dangerous "If I know him," said Ken, 15. Dennis, Miss. 5 Mins.
16. Bowman Ala. 11 65 0 65 5.9
pull hitter against lefthanded pitchi "hel'll try to bunt on me." ,
63 2 61 3.8
17. Dupree, Fla. 16 Soles Attached
18. Sullins, Vandy 14 58 0 58 4.1

Soccer Team 19. ,Shannon, Fla. 15 67 12 55 3.7 15 Mlns.
20. Antonini, Ky. 10TEN M 5 49 4.9

c Leaden I Judo Starts I TO:P PASSER
: Names i At Two LocationsCarolyn

.' The UF Soccer Club (UFSC) Players & School Alt i<:;omp. Intc. Yds. Pct. TDs Plaza

; I last Saturday elected Co-Captains Several UF students took partIn 1. Norton, Ky. 48 25 3 386 .521 2
I y for the 1964-65 school year of the Florida Invitational Open 2. Namath, Ala.' 41 '26 0 290 .634 1 1670 W. Univ. Ave.

); play. Judo Tournament last week. 3. Waller, Vandy 54 24 2 250 .444 0 I FR 6-0315 1
{I Co-Captains elected were Sam The tourney, held Sunday Sept. 4. Weatherly, Miss. 41 25 3 249 .610 2 St.
V Shaya, from Is real, whom Coach 27 took place In Petersburg.. 5. Screen, LSU 35 24 0 221 .671 0 101 N. Main opp.
i'' Alan C. Moore described as art The Gators got two third place 6. East, Tulane 32 21 3 165 .656 1 1st Nat'l Bank

talented center halfback with a showings as Charles Jones finished 7. Spurrier, Fla. 25 14 0 146 .560 1 FR 6-5211
strong shot and real good defensive 3rd in the 150-pound division and 8. Sidle, Auburn 25 9 1 105 .360 0
:( ability. Doug McDllda got a third in the 9. Wantland, Tenn. 22 6 3 '71 .273 0

The other Co-Captain Is AnwarAlmulla heavyweight division. 10.Hughes, Ga. 14 4 0 67 .286 0


UFSC will play Its first match
\1 of the season Saturday, Oct. 10 Intramural Statistics RISERSOFFICE AND

at 10 In the morning on Fleming
Field, against a team from Maxwell -
1. Civil 1431 Mechanical 1425
Air Force Base In Alabama. '.
a. 2. Metallurgy 1539 -Industrial 1538 We Have 65
MeetsThe 3. Chemical over Aero by forfeit QUALITY ISOUR
4. Electrical 1440-Agricultural USED TYPEWRIT tRS

Karate Club will be meetIng SPECIALTY
twice a week on Mondays and 1. Civil 1468 -Metallurgy 1443 Have You Tried Our
Wednesdays at 7:15 p.m. In 2. ChemlcallU" -Electrical 1473 NEWQLYMPIA

Florida's Gymnasium. EXCLUSIVE SANITONE
\ ,f' Instruction wlU be given by Dr. Individual Top Games ELECTRIC?

Sonu San-Dan. PROCESS
Additional information can be Name Game 1 Game Total '&eam RENTALS Expert Repairs

obtained from Don Collyer Apt. 1. Buddy Wilson 221 217 438 Industrial
2. Westaffer 191 156 347 Mechanical 604 N. Main St.
14 Shadow Lawn Apartments, or Gary .722 W. Univ. Ave.
stop by the Intramural Dept. office 3. Doug Bell 165 177 342 Civil Phone 2-9607
Room 229 Fla. Gym. 4. Pell White 187 146 333 Mechanical; ,