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Vol. 57, No. 25 University of FloridaGainesville Friday, Oct. 9, 1964


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Mitchell rlPerform

To ;

The nationally-known Chad Mitchell Trio will appear In concertat
f the UP tonight The Lyceum Council-sponsored event will take
place In the Florida Gym at 8:18. :
The trio began several years ago at Gonzaga: University Spokane,
Wash. Aided by Father Reinard Beaver, the boys sang for campus
groups, clubs and parties.
They accompalned Father Beaver to New York, where they appear**
on Arthur Godfrey's radio show.
: Since then, they have appeared at clubs, theatres, suiools, on TV
*and have completed a 15-week tour of Latin America under the auspicesof
the President's special International Program for Cultural Presentation
k a project of the United States State Department. u

.j J Bus Service;

? : (aP Y\ i y' I Poll// Planned/

I ts1 f >r' i SHARON KELLEY

Staff WriterA

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student opinion poll on the
popularity of the campus bus service -
Is being prepared by Student
.. ..j Government, it was announced ata

--i} .:.. ;:;::. cabinet meeting Thursday. n 4' ?
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"fIr. 'L" Schwartz said the study la to
W1w:1.: fate of the bus-run--
; decide the
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should be discontinued. Schwartz
ZETA TAU ALPHA sorority members Wdnesday night show the form which won thema also reported the possibility of a

I place in Gator Growl. Their skit, "Stronger Than Dirt, was one of five whichwon nominal fee being charged for the

a spot in the world's largest student show. (Photo by Bob Ellison) service"Student in the Government future. puts

out something like $50 a week to
JibesLBJ maintain the service," said .
I Barry Lyndon Swap Schwartz.lIeuldtormeradmlnlltraUoM ;
had defrayed this cost Billiard
somewhat charging students five

AccusedOf ; 'Gowl Goldwater cents This per proved ride. impractical, according Artist Here

to Schwartz, due to the Inadequate
Vetoing FutureCLEVELAND means of collecting the
money that was used. Billiard table artist Willie Mos-
ShapesUp' In another report, the Labor conl's exhibition of his cue skill
EL PASO, TEX. (UPI) ; Ohio (UPI) Committee is corresponding with will climax UF's annual billiard
Barry Goldwater, concerned President Johnson said last night steamship lines to obtain information tournament today.According .
"hate" heckling, accused that Sen. Barry Goldwater and his on the availability of Jobs, to Florida UnlonFU)
dent Johnson In his home backers want to "repeal the according to Secretary of Labor, Recreation Committee Chairman
yesterday of trying to present and veto the future." Bob D Loach. DeLoach said many Greg Seltz, the demonstrations
not "enlighten" American He made the charge after a students are interested In working will be held in the FU Social
Goldwater told a cheering Gator Growl appears day of campaigning through Indiana their way overseas via a steamship Room at Ii30 and 7i30 p.m. ,
of 10,000 in Lubbock's shaping up well," ac- where he received a heavy turnoutof He also reported of correspondence Mosconl world's pocket billiard
Coliseum that the Democrats to its director, voters. with local agencies that champion and Brunswick advisor,
well rename themselves McNulty. will be extra helpdurlngtheChristmas demonstrate bow billiards Is
The President said in a speech hiring will
cialist party." and individual talent for a Democratic fundraising holidays. He said any an easy game to learn. \ I
prepared ..
Not that there Is anything" presented on October rally that the American information received will be made Mosconl first learned to play
in the word "socialism," he 8 p.m. have been se- people face a choice between the available through the Labor off ice. the game by shooting potatoes on
"But the Democrats are and the future in the Nov. 3 Secretary of OrganizationsMicky his father's billiard table. His
toward socialism," like it Individual talent, past election.He Miles announced the publication father hid his billiard balls soMosconl
The GOP presidential under the direction of suggested that Goldwater,the date for the 1964-C5 Organizations used round-shaped potatoes
jet-hopping across west Grlner, will run the
Directory as October to
COP presidential contender, was play.
night rally la this own from folk singing to "to shift in reverse whenwe 15. Miles also briefed the cabineton Seltz said Mosconi will demonstrate i -
of Phoenix, was understood routines with a liberal trying going forward faster than the difficulty Student Government his trick shots and perform
elated by poll reports of 2)M of fraternity and have are ever before." is having in maintaining the unusual scoring feats. r
we gone
Jump In''undecided" voters.And' skits between. sane amount of space it now wIn Last year 350 people watched
: it was learned chosen to perform
2)A. The President, hailed by scoresof the new Florida Union. Mosconi demonstrate.
tively, he feels that voter numbers include(in thousands In northern Indiana
over the question of 0 f appearance) Keith
and Indianapolis, again predicteda
the Johnson singing folk tune"Draft*
Democratic victory next month
accounts for much of that ," Sue Dygon In a
during a campaign swing.
Goldwater trend.Goldwater dance number to the
While In Indiana the President
was hit by an egg Panther," Allen Harril boasted that the nation's economyis ,
nesday night as he ended a folk song rendition of "
marked by heckling In New Nagllah," the like"asturkymlghtyoaktref.
sey. He flew to Lubbock Dance Group per He then called on Indlanans to
Paso from Washington the "Can Can," change their ways and vote Democratic
morning. It was his second Priest playing Fla in a presidential nee for
to west Texas in two weeks guitar, flea Nettles the first time since 1936. 'm
stumped turd for the 25 "Carltoo Weavers/' Johnson wooed the traditionally
votes in the President's Allen singing "The Republican Hoosier vote in rallies ,
state. I Lore," Rabbis Blake at east Chicago and Indianapolis s
In a speech prepared for C a folk song"Two Bro before beading for Onto.
at Phoenix last night ," and The Diamonds The President was in the second ens up his cueing for the
combo. day of a 10- tale, six-day barnstorming -
renewed his attack on Campus Billiards Tourney,
government sad said Reap will sing "A Lot trip. He campaigned In
trying to the "great: leader to Do," The Three all-out styVt. He kissed babies, concluding with tonIght'snnals.
own '(real society/ vita a medley of songs, pomped bands, and even threw his (Photo by Caro-

(Continued on Page On Page 4) (Continued on Page 2)) lyn Johnston) Ii




2, The Florida Alligator, Friday, Oct. '9, 1964 Nothing To Do Tonight? '


BarryContinued LyndonContinued You Can Always Study

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that his entire school being able to execute homecoming
If there's nothing else to do this by saying fftcoration plans.
"You and I know that the Imme- Texas-style hat Into a crowd at tonight, study. career and fUture are based on
diate task before us is to cut Indianapolis. Close to 100,000 A contest Is being waged on the who are elected presidents of the Homecoming Is a boon to study.
the ,fe,4era11tovernment down to Hoosiers had seen the President UK campus--a battle that not many United States and the UF. shy students.
size," he said. before his plane took off for are aware of. Dormitory residents are fortunate .
"We must and we can stop Cleveland. The contest Is between the stu- For students who want a oreak to have dorm meetings and
the reckless growth In federal Indiana hasn't plumped for a dent's study time and the time he from going to meetings, organizing fire-drills to cut down on the time
spending. Democratic presidential candidate can spend doing anything study- clubs, and supporting presi- that could be spent studying.At .
"We must take Lyndon's credit since the Franklin Roosevelt landslide dents, there Is always the relax- the same time, Greeks on
card away from him and keep It 28 years ago. Johnson askeda Ing.There are two rules In this ing Florida Union (FU) movie. campus have chapter meetings and
out of the grasp of Hubert Hora- crowd of 30,000 to 40,000 In contest: (1) decide on how much Seeing the movie at the FU Is pledge meetings.
tio Humphrey." Indianapolis'' Monument Square studying has to be done; (2) find cheaper than off-campus; that Is Professional and honorary fra.
The senator's hometown speechwas whether it wasn't time to change out how many other things can be reason enough not to study. ternitles offer smokers,meetings,
before the Contractors' andPlasterers' "In the first place," he Jibed, done so there Isn't any time left and dinners for the student to
Association.A "I'm not just sure whether thereIs for studying.It Lyceum Council gives the stu- break the monotony of other
coliseum crowd estimated at a real Republican candidate isn't hard to find somethingelse dents another break. The student smokers, meetings, and dinners.
10,000 cheered Goldwater at Lub- this time." to do. must see the cultural events offered If the student gets tired of sitting,

bock ,when he said that Johnson, Johnson's speeches drummedonthe For sports enthusiasts, there by Lyceum. The cultural watching, eating, or listening,
out on his own six-day campaigntour theme that "for the first timeIn are 24 sports clubs at the UF. side of the human brain must be there are always socials between
Is using"political double talk over a century, an administration The student can take up time doing nurtured--especially at the cost dorms that offer free dancing and
as to his own record and poli- Is unblemished by the scaresof anything from fencing to judo;from of diminishing study time. refreshments. The social area of
tical deception as to mine." depression or recession." badminton to wei bt11ttlng. He can Then, in the time left over, the life is important to the Florida
He likened the nation's economyto justify his hours spent not studyIng Greeks on campus can help with student and cannot be disregarded.With .
a "sturdy, mighty oak tree" by claiming that a healthy all this and the trimestertoo
'Sky Spy'Launched and said: body Is a prerequesite to healthy at the UF, when Is there time
"The issue today Is whetherwe mind. to study?
tend this oak with care,nourishIts For those students not so ath-
growth as It must be nourishedor Inclined there are politi-
whether we chop it up for cally-oriented meetings to keep
firewood." UF students in the know about

Gator Party has its night to
(UPI) The Air' Force Thursday
launched a secret satellite, possi- proclaim Its accomplishments. On 50% ON YOUR LAUNDRY
) Is' COMING TOMORROW another night, the Voice of the AVAILABLE
bly a Samos "sky .py' which COINOP'DRY CLEANING NOW
Electorate (V.O.T.E.) Party meets
capable of detecting military Installations 8 Ibs---$1.50
and denounces Gator Party for. not'fulft111
anywhere on earth.
The Air Force announced only 'THE ALLIGATOR'SFOOTBALL Its promises. Gator Groomer Coin Laundry
Students for Johnson meet and
fired aloft
that the satellite was
decide Johnson is the best
with an Atlas SLV3 Agena rocket Past Office
choice for president.The Adjoining University
booster from the Pacific missile
range base. However, It Is this SPECIAL UF student can rationalize

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retary of Homecoming, Is shown at

: '. her desk In the Florida Blue Key of- SWEATERS FOR SCHOLARS

flee, where she spends every weekday -

The establishment has done the gen
tleman's homework in the subject of
Kirkham sweaters for university wear It is
Ann Has Job
; suggested that these colorful warm-
Ing and comfortable styles will form
Homecoming Executive Sec. the basis of a correct casual ward.
robe on' the campus of choice.

Miss Kirkham also handles
correspondence -
Ann Kirkham, a Trl-Delt majoring -
In Broadcasting Is the executive for the Homecoming '
' secretary of UF Homecomingthis Sweetheart's tour and Invitationsto > tan U irag
year. the faculty, bands, and guest
Miss Kirkham spends every o 13

weekday afternoon working In the The Iowa-born senior, since her o
Florida Blue Key office handling transfer from the University of ;JePage [
correspondence between the UF South Florida, has served as a
'aDa"'t ose Invited to. attend member of Legislative Council
Homecoming, Including such Party Representative add
distinguished guests as Governor activities chairman of Tri-Delt,
Farris Bryant and the membersof and as executive secretary of Gator
his cabinet. Growl last year.

Election Issues Friday, Oct. 9, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 3

Program Assistant Claims

State CARDOZO Representatives SparYVETTE All FU EventsCan't

concile a tax cut and Increased light. "This is a false issue being
Staff Writer expenditures." used particularly in the South, he .

Barry Goldwater is the only man said. Be FreeFlorida
Horne said he feared the United
to save the United States from "While making an issue of the
absolute, unequlvocable fiscal States was drifting closer and lack of restraint In national government
bankruptcy, State Representative closer toward communism.To the people have over- Union (FU) can't afford game room."Salaries.
Mallory Home told a University this Turlington answered that looked how this state has failed to have all the Fine Arts presentations building operationand
audience Wednesday night. the program of the present admin- to adhere to its own state free, according to the maintenance come out of this,"
Horne debated Florida Repre- istration has been effective In constitution," he added. FU Graduate Program Assistant he added.
sentative Ralph A. Turlington at stopping Communism. The debate got down to the party Douglas G. Johnson, 'lED. The Union received $8,006 for
the J. Hlllls Miller Health Center Horne told Turlington to "Go leaders themselves with Home's "Rather than be limited and not programs from student fees.
In a debate sponsored by the House to the Senate Internal Security comment "Johnson stands for give anything at all, we would The Fine Arts Committee of the
Staff Wives Club."America Committee and read the names nothing. He will say anything rather have some presentationsfree Union Is presenting six attractionsthis
under the present of people belonging to organiza- to obtain your vote." and charge for some. trimester. Tickets sell for
administration Is heading toward tions against American beliefs." "Goldwater now advocates a 25 "This way we get more attrac- $1 each or six for $5.

absolute, unequivocable fiscal "The State Department," he per cent tax cut, but just a while tions than we would otherwise' According to Committee Chair-
bankruptcy' said Home. "We continued Is more Infiltrated with ago he voted against a smallertax Johnson said. man Michael G. Haniun, 2UC, this
spend 50 million dollars a day Communists than it has ever cut," Turlington responded.He "Why have ten free events when, Is the first time his committee
more now than we did three years been." is unaware at this moment of If we charge admission for some, has offered such a series.
ago." On government restraint Horne what he said a few years, weeksor we could have 15?" he asked. "It features young artists not
To this, Turlington commented, said, "The United States Con- moments ago." He said a solution would be an nationally known but coming up In
"Goldwater Is trying to save us stitution Is supposed to be a Horne who is a Democrat even increase in the Union's allocation, their fields," Hannan said.
from bankruptcy by advocating a document restraining government, though he bolted the national party "but this would penalize those Last year, the committee presented
25 per cent tax cut and asking (but) there Is no longer restraint for this election, was asked how he who don't go to the events. The such programs. art
for a manned bomber squadronthat on Government." justified being a democrat. His way it Is, those who go are the exhibits, a sports car show, student -
would cost 10 to 12 million "Laws that have been passed,"- answer was, "U Hubert Humphrey ones who pay--everyone doesn't photo show and lectures on
dollars." he said later, "have been passed Is the epitome of a Democrat, have to go." opera and a "Painters View of
"He wants a balanced budget," without obtaining the people's con- then I am not and have never been The Union office reported it receives Contemporary Art." These programs -
Turlington continued, "He hasn't sent." one." $2.50 per student a trimester were free.
Indicated how he plans to re- Turlington viewed this In another Turlington answered this with, from activity fees.Johnson The first show of the series
"Goldwater is for negativism am said they also get money from starred folkslnger Karen Duke.
for turning back the clock." print sales, the craft shop and Hannan a a.donI)' 232 people
United RMl- & attended.
Campus Benedict Arnold? The small turnout may have
been from lack of communication,
How You Can Rent
he said.
PictureSnappingStudent "Since It the
BABY BEDS LOCAL was first program
of the series
not have reached
everyone. The
DISHES GLASSES only way we have to get through
Nabbed is by radio, posters, and The

DINNERWAREAr 1,001 Other Items Alligator"
He said expenses Involved in
Gary R. Davidson of 130 NW nesday the show presented In the University -
625 NW 8TH AVE. OR CALL FR 6-2835 by Campus policy for photographing -
15th Term was apprehended Wed- a secret Gator practice.The Auditorium Included the
incident occured when performer's pay, sound equipment,
guards saw him snapping picturesof publicity and stage decorations
the Gators through a hole In Hannan said the Fine Arts program -
the hedge surrounding the practice Is having a great deal of
field.. competition from other campus

I tt"" J. ..'iY. *" I jl"lA 14m": I a Davidson student at at UF first and denied claimed being to events.In the. same week the committee
be a student at the Universityof presented Llord's Concertheateron

,, i tl l fi.r;. (1 !Ii Alabama. Thursday night, the Lyceum
'" A'iR Council had a piano concert Tuesday
svJ and the Chad Mitchell Trio
g' ,fA He later admitted being a student -
A"Z" .. :t at UK, but showed a Alabama on Friday Wednesday night was
g n" r 7j ID Card from last year. Gator Growl tryouts
r Jj, t, Under questioning by Coach Ray All the Fine Arts programs are
,i Graves, Davidson said he was scheduled for Thursday nights
taking the pictures for "personal. "Curfew Is a problem on these
wAI reasons," and that he was a transit nights," Hannan added. "Students
II student would probably rather study on

Graves explained that pictures Thursday night and go out Friday
: could not be taken of the Gator when they can stay out later."
varsity, but that he could photograph "People are wrong when they
the freshmen If he desired., say there Is nothing to do on
): -! t., campus," htl concluded.



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An pMvllent gambit tu he I.ikon up( by lho e who would nuint.iln, 4| .
sporlin.c, .ipptMMnrr indoors or out is the rack-up: ..f f herringbone GIGANTIC

jacket: offered In the proprietor. Gentlemen uho
dressed game will move for ownership of one or more. .
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Page 4, The Florida Alligator, Friday, Oct. 9, 1964 On! Auburn PostYork ..

Awaiting NewsDr.

I Campus News Briefs

E.T. York, guess It's still a premature York's current plans are to i
UF ContestThe institute ," York said. "The commit- main at UF.
[Mrs. Rights GroupThe of the UF
Agricultural S c I e n Is In the process of selecting
"Mrs. UF"beauty pagj Student Group for Equal waiting to hear Draughon's successor and I "I'm very happy at Florida ;
j eant will choose a new queen Rights will have a reorgani- will fill the shoes of no way of knowing how long don't know If I would accept
tomorrow night at 8 P.M. zation meeting this Sunday president of Auburn will take," he added. nomination should I receive i
I In P.K. Younge Auditorium.The evening at 8 p.m. In Room When Auburn's York said. "UF has great pot
contest is open to the 121 Florida Union.StudentS and Ralph Draughon University Is still with tlal for growth. It can be eq.

I public and admission Is free. faculty are Invited. signation In August r e s i d e n t, however, since to any of the great universi
i Seventeen contestants will vie newspapers resignation Is not In the South. I'm really not loj

for the crown. The winner and India ClubThe his successor would until the appointment of Ing for an opportunity to mov

four runners-up will receive name was among the he added.
engraved silver trays court- India Club will meet mentioned.A -

esy of Robertson's Jewelers. Saturday, Oct. 10 for a pro- committee of
gram of Indian documentary Trustees in
0 films. Refreshments will be !
: Booze Reminder by Gov. George
served. The meeting will be
the new president.
k" held In Room 324 Florida
As subtle reminder wrote York, asking
a (again) .
Union at 8 p.m.Religious
[for those sometimes forgetful ledge the
tion. He did so,
I studeDtstlF campus police.
: will be stationed at the stadium plete biographical
i, gates to enforce the no- the Board on its
Arthur A.Broyles of the BOOTS
; : drinking at the games regu-
physics dept. will speak on
I <
lations.Students carrying !arge "Can Physics Probe the "1 r P 1
Spiritual?" at the Liberal Religious .
Ice chests, glass .}
jpacages Shoe
Forum In Johnson '.
containers, or anything larger
Lounge of the Fla. Union Sunday jffil
than a Thermos bottle will HEELS
evening at 7:30.The meet- w.,
; ;/: not be admitted to the stadium. :<;< :
"" Ing Is to all students. .p
open 5 HATS
In addition, all the regulations
Coffee and discussion will fol- $W
; pertaining to student conduct
i will be In full effect as In low. SOLES A TT
; f prior years. KaramazovThe I 15 Vito"I

4-H Club j
motion picture "The & At Two
I The Collegiate 4-H Club f
Brothers Karamazov" will be { SHIRTS
will meet Tuesday, Oct. 15: shown at the Presbyterian } CAROLYN
I at 7 p.m. at the 4-H Club dent Center Sunday at 7 p.m. x':1 -
| office Immediately south of the The film, by one of Russia's "J; And
Dairy Science Lab. All interested great authors, Is concerned :
are Invited to attend. with sin and salvation, greed .t 101 N.

and depravity. The public Is ,fjl Opp. 1st
Swim ShowAn -

"Aquatic Salute to the {Q+}

World's Fair" will be pre- Victory Dance :..ti. ling myt:
sented by Swim Fins and Aqua ,.
Gators, synchronized swimming -
Hume Hall, Jennings Hall, I
groups, Friday, October and Student Government are fto
16 at 4 p.m. and Saturday,
co-sponsoring a Victory
October 17 at 10 a.m.
Dance after the 01'Miss game
All are invited to attend. Saturday evening, 8:3012:30In $

t ; Admission Is free. Jane Jennings Recreation Room.
I Smallwood Is the director. Everyone Is welcome to attend -

Y Sponsoring the group is Miss the event-.free. Music o:.
Dorothy Shields, UF Women's ,will be provided by the :,
physical education in- Holidays. Refreshments
structress. be served. W11111 i Stockman

,, 'S'SIS SSSS"SSBi SSSfi ffi \.mun :
"'lr $i"ia 1l!t
SNAP Supply Co.

1 Gator GrowlContinued It's Mr. the Gainesville Livestock Market

5001 N.W. 13th St.

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and Tehanl Rowell will per- politics In the day of Caesar. TOD: Y%
form the "Tahltlan Dance." Next, Delta Phi Epsilon
In addition, the Woman's sorority will present a"Hard
Glee Club will sing a "Feist Day's Knight," a satire Announcing The Grand Opening Of
Football Medley," and the featuring the adventures of
Men's Glee Club will vocalize Lancelot In quest of the solu-

"Old King Cole." tion for e4ucationalproblems.
Sororities and fraternities Phi Kappa Tau fraternity will
will also have a big hand in produce "Our Favorite Host
filling the Growl's program. Journies Down the Coast," a
Alpha Delta PI sorority will take-off on Sullivan's.Toastof
produce "It's a Mad, Mad, the Town show visiting the
Mad World Affair," using an Florida Collegiate Worlds
Alice In Wonderland situation Fair, and Zeta Tau Alpha
for Its political satire sorority will present FOR THE DISCRIMINATING'
scene, Delta Tau Delta fraternity "Stronger Than Dirt," apolitical -
will put on "Nefarious satire.
Caesar," a satire on Florida

Featuring Yamaha and B.M.W.



: Roy I. Johnson Free Refreshments

University Consultant, Educator & Author ,

TOPIC: "The Intellectual Challenge in Religion" 2 p.m. 'til 1O p.m.

1204 N.W. IOth Ave.

TIME: Adult & Church School 11:00 A. M. 21 SE 2nd Place Next To Post Office

Friday, Oct. 9, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 5

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1 j jr N CORNELIUS Sonny remarked, "You're aboutto
Campus Living Editor see what goes on around here."

A story was done single column.It .
The production of The Florida was supposed to be double
Alligator Is not Just reporting column, so Sonny sat down and
and fighting privilege seating at began a repeat performance on the

football games. The production Justowriter. The story was then
entails a great deal more than sent back to the paste-up lab.
this. There are other people The story Is now in galley form.
beside editors andeporters and "Next," quipped Ed Barber,
other machines beside assistant publication lab manager,
typewriters. "Don Federman acts like he proof
After the reporters are through reads It."

w $ with their stories, the copies are After proofing the story Is given
I J sent to the Justowrlter operatorswho a coat of plastic glue on the back
! _
I __ sit down and type another copy and then placed on a sheet of paperin
II I r X a which Is transferred to a the final layout.
perforated tape. This tape Is put "In each step," Ed said, "thereare
on a duplicating machine which thousands of opportunities for
makes a printed copy of the storyas errors."
A FLORIDA Alligator comes off the press in Leesburg. The papers are taken to It Is to go to the Publicationor On top of a file cabinet there Is
paste up lab. 'The three Justo- a small robot-looking character:
Leesburg in negative form by Dave Piche, exclusive Alligator chauffeur.
mounted of
writer machines are valued at on a cylinder wood.
about $10,000.80MY The words "Pub Flub Club" are
Makes Leesburg Run for 'Gator McRae, long time Justo on It. Ed explained that anyone
writer operator for The Florida making a drastic error In the
Alligator, agreed to relate some publication lab .Is given the award
Dave Piche Carries the Mail' of his experiences as an Alligator and made a member of the club.
employe. "It hasn't been awarded lately,
"Sometimes the machines act namely because there have been
negatives to Leesburg to be how much farther It was to Ocala. up, and we get ribbon strung all too many contenders," Ed said.
JACKIE CORNELIUS printed. The trip to Leesburg is When I told MIA 16 miles, he told over the room,"Sonny said."When As likely as not,someone looking
Campus Living Editor not always without event. me that he had left his three year we have to hold for a story, the for a galley or a headline will find
old son In his carl" waiting Is bad." It stuck on his elbow or shirt
After the publlcaton lab has Dave recalls one of the strangest
Fortunately, another car was Sonny took some of the little sleeve.
their In the things_that has happened to him.
completed part following and Dave was able to get pieces of paper from the machine The paste-up lab Is relatively
of the Alligator the "It's not a funny experience,
production the driver to take the man back to that are made when the tape .is new. The paper used to be letter-
turned to David said Dave. "I was making a trip
pages are over get his son. punched. He let a few drift through press and all the work was doneat
self-assured chauffeur of right after Dora had hit, arvV I
Piche, "I couldn't go back," Dave said, the air and said that there usedto the Gainesville Sun. Now all of
The Florida Alligator. picked up a guy who couldn't start "because my needle 'was on 'E' be dally confetti fights with the work, except the actual
David's to his car. We headed for Ocala,
It Is responsibility and that doesn't mean everlasting, these little bits of paper. This was printing, is done In the basementof
photograph the pages and take the and about eight miles, be asked
it means empty." under a less serious ad- the Florida Union.
Dave has had several "close ministration, of course. Staff pride, too, extends beyondthe
calls" while making his run to "To have to do statistics l Is reporters, as Is witnessed by
related incident awful said. lie aboutto Publication Lab Manager Jim
(,! ,, i Leesburg. lie one Sonny was
.<, ",' <, r... explain when Executive Editor Moorhead's comment, "In here,
where his and the trailer
."'. ".. ,I- car Ron Spencer walked In with his regardless of what other people on
'' full of around
Alligators spun several head bowed and said, "Sonny" ina the staff may say, is where the
times. rather hesitating manner. miracle takes place."

"But I didn't lose a single
Gator," remarked Dave.
After getting to Leesburg Dave
must spend about two hours helping

print the paper.
Asked if there was every any

trouble there, Dave said, "Oh,
the press breaks down once In a
b while.
With the presses fixed, the
a. rod papers printed and the gas tank
full, Dave sleepily begins the trip
back to Gainesville. Once he said 4R ; t 9 ,
the papers were not adequately tied

down and he left a string of rqr r u.d .
Alligators from Leesburg to
Occasionally Dave has
encounters with the police. He

recalls that when, he began makingthe
runs the police used to stop
r t
a him and check his cargo. r'p r

"One night I was pushing 70
when a cop stopped me and asked
what I was hauling."
"I said, 'Alligators.'
"His eyes got big, and he asked,
waab t ;' -s How many?'
"I said, 'About 11,500.'
'What are they,' he gasped,

":;0," Dave calmly replied,
"the're newspapers."
The trip to Leesburg can begin TH'JUSTOWRITER
for Dave anywhere from 12 midnight '
until 4 a.m. After returning
Dave does the main campus

distribution. There are also two J

DAVE PICHE, Alligator "chauffeur" delineates errors carrier routes which cover such OPERATOR Sonny McRae transfers a

V from a page negative before packing up the pages for his places as the Flavtts, the OTC reporter's story onto a perforated tape, and then runs It
ride" to Leesburg and back, where the buildings, the I. Hlllls Miller
nightly "midnight the machine above.
Health Center, and some of the it through duplicating seen

paper is printed. dormitories.


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Alligator Pleads 'Not Guilty'Student

Government (SG) officials have put the blame for the .y,
failure of the four constitutional amendments at the feet of The I '. endmen
Alligator. We have been called "Irresponsible," "incompetent"and u)

We beg to disagree.The .
UF Constitution states that The Alligator Is only requiredto

publish the amendments one week before the election. This we

did. Surely the amendments ran toward the back of the paper

but this is consistent with professional papers where legal \,
notices are placed in the classified section. One third of the copy CLERK'S CORNER
in that issue was devoted to the amendments and presented

without editorial comment.

According to a member of SG, "One of the major reasons
Can Be Stealing
the amendments failed was Lundy's (Walker) Incompetence. Borrowing
Had been to the student '-' -
they presented properly body, they
probably would have passed." student immediately turned around and

The Alligator is not a publicity rag for SG. We fulfilled our STEVE CHEESEMAN approached the policeman. When the policeman
obligation under the Constitution. It is not the obligation of The Honor Court Clerk asked this student if the bicycle was his, he

Alligator to comment for or against proposals before the Yesterday, the Honor Court tried Its first said that it was not, but that he Intended to

student body. If SG wants to support amendments, they should stealing case of the year. The student tried return it. The student was arrested on the spot,

go out and actively campaign for the passage of the amendments. would not have found himself in such a situation and referred to Dean Adams, who in turn

If anyone is to blame, it Is the lack of support that the proponentsgave had he fully understood that temporarily referred him to the Honor Court.In the summary

the measures.We borrowing property of another student withoutthe trial yesterday, the student stated that he only

have no control over the number of students who vote consent of that student Is an Honor Code Intended to "borrow" the bicycle, not steal it.

for a particular candidate or amendment, and certainly we did violation. In reference to stealing, the Honor Court
not deviously sneak into the voting booths and place the amendments This week's article will be centered around Rules of Procedure state: "Rule 3 (a) The

where they would be difficult to find. this case and an explanation of what is consideredas taking of the property of another without the

SG seems content with the turnout of 5,300 students. This stealing under the Honor System. consent of the owner and with the Intent of

minority rule of 34 per cent, although a record, is nothing to be The student involved was depriving the owner of the use of said propertyis

proud of. trying to call off a raid stealing, as covered In Article IV,Section 402

We can't help but ask for SG to look under their own rug. on his fraternity house by of the University of Florida Student Body

Their appears to be a great deal of apathy on the Legislative its pledges.was 3:00 a.m. Constltutlon."This means that taking the bicycle,

Council. When 39 per cent of the representatives failed to in the morning and the motor scooter, or other motor vehicle of another

attend Tuesday's meeting, how can the student body be Interestedin pledges were supposed to without the consent of the owner is stealing.

voting for representatives who are not Interested In 00 meet at Walker Auditor- EVEN IF YOU INTEND TO RETURN IT LATER.

themselves.The ium at 3:30 a.m. This The taking of books, umbrellas, clothes, and
recent attacks on The Alligator seem to be more an effortto student had notified all but especially money is also considered stealing.

retaliate for our stand on privileged seating than to point nine of the pledges about There are many students who do not realize

out a problem logically. We think the big "problem" of the the cancellation of the raid. that "borrowing" can be stealing if the borrower

Alligator is that the keys to our office are MOT blue. He was on his way to CHEESEMAN does not have the owner's consent.

Walker Auditorium andS Although the student received a very light

! !!i i iii i iii i i i ii i j iiiiiiii ii ii ii i ii iiiiii i iiii i i iiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiii iiiiiiiii iliiiiiiiii ii ii iii i i iiii!! ii i I passed policeman and greeted in front Immediately a campus of Benton policeman.became Hall where suspicious The campus he saw of hours penalty understood) ,it(A severe could that his have reprimand taking been a and bicycle avoided three with penalty had the he

TODAY'S QUOTE the student's being on campus at such an early Intent of returning it is considered stealing.
hour and followed him. The student continued

"The first requisite of a good citizen in this republic of ours walking, making his way to Walker Auditoriumand Another interesting case unsolved as yet by
his found that no one had arrived, he decidedto the Campus Police Department deals with the
is that he shall be able and willing to pull weight.
return to his dormitory and telephone the theft of a red and white Sears bicycle, serialno.

Theodore Roosevelt remaining nine pledges who lived off campus.He 46201. It was stolen about five months ago

Speech, 1902 passed the bicycle rack in front of Walker from the front of the Florida Union during an
when he noticed an unlocked bicycle. Honor Court jury trial. It you happen to see sucha

On the spur of the moment he took the bicycleand bicycle running around campus please reportIt

The FloridaALLIGATOR 1 had ridden it about forty yards when the to the Honor Court.
campus policeman ordered him to stop. The It's mine!


Served by United Press International Off-Cammis Housing RegulationsLESTER
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Editor .. ..... . . . . . Walker Lundy L. HALE specifically from the landlord, householder or
Managing Editor. . . . . . . Joel Gaston Dean of Student Affairs resident manager. U permission Is granted, the

Executive Editor. . .. . . . . Ron Spencer Last spring the University Senate approved landlord
: responsible for seeing that appropriate -
Assistant Managing Editor. . .. . . Benny Cason certain revisions and additions to Student this
supervision is provided. In general,
Assistant Managing: Editor. . . . Dave Berkowitr Regulations with particular reference to his
Editorial Page Editor . . . . Jim Hammock offcampus housing and I am glad to have this supervision means that the landlord or and Is
representative lives on the premises
Sports Editor. . . . . . Glenn Laney: opportunity to review them with our students satisfied that
visits are made under circum
City Editor. . . . . . . Skip Havlser through The Florida Alligator.It stances which
raise no question as to propriety.
Campus Living Editor. . . . . Jackie: Cornelius should be emphasized at the outset that by U he has the
enacting these new regulations the chief purposewas reason to be concerned over
to clarify University policy and to circumstances, he is expected to advise the
Editorial Assistants .. Bruce Dudley, Tova Levin, Jim upgrade for
appropriate University offices promptly
in the
general living circumstances off
Castello, Ann Carter, Don Federman,lCancyBracheyS.iml' campus. follow-uo
The changes are only a part of larger action.
Ernie Lltz (Circulation Manager), Stan pulp (CartoomsO. a programto
provide better coordination and cooperation And, third, should problems arise at an
among student tenants, householders and the of misconduct by
.. off-campus residence because
Reporters Ed Barber Tlgert Hall Beat Chirfl, Paul PUt
University. Our general policy continues to be who invitation consentof
there or
(Student Government persons are by
Beat Chief, Jim Clixton, Hall Cain, Joe
stated as follows: "All students shall the the student
conduct student tenant or tenants,
Kollln, Bob Golub, Joe Waldorf, Sharon Kellty.Yvrtt* Cardozo.
themselves in their housing with tenant tenants held responsible.As .
responsible or are
Eunice Tall, Frank Shepard, Lee Alexander, Agnes: rc\\I.;.
regard for their neighbors and the University
neighborhoodand has always been true, the
Gerald Jones, Fran Snider, Thelnu MossmiA. Bill SadowsM.
shall observe the respected ethics and rules expects all students to act responsibly in sucha
Marjorie Green Evan Langbeln, David Kennedy, Marilyn BrickHn,
of conduct of the University and the Gainesville way that their actions at all times will be
Liz Brewer, Gretchen VandenBerg, David Ropes, Terry Rogers
community.In a credit to themselves the Student Body as a
Susie Halback, Joan Gaston, Pam Brown Jeffrey Denkei'alter, ,
the new regulations this general policy whole, and the University of Florida. Living
Dick Dennis Beverly Faber, Dick Schneider, Greg SfItZ, Bunny
is made in three
specific situations
Goldberg, Kant Blaney. : off-campus gives no license for irresponsibleconduct.
First, if an activity or gathering at an Student Regulations naturally apply to

off-campus student residence disturbs the all students wherever they live.
ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaperof
neighbors or neighborhood because of the numberof Ine revisions and additions to Student
the University of Florida and Is published: five times weekly
except during May, June and July when It 1* published semi- persons involved the noise created, the Regulations are intended to say that students
disregard of propriety or late hours, then the living off in Gainesville are an integral
weekly. Only editorials represent the official eri:ion of The
Alligator. Columns represent only the opinions of their author: students concerned have disregarded University part of the Student Body and standards of good
and violated Student
The Alligator is entered as second class matter at the I'p.ltei policy Regulations. conduct are expected of them. We appreciate
States Post Office at Gainesville. Second, single students may not receive visits the fine manner in which most of our students
from persons of the opposite sex in their off campus as well as on campus conduct

residence units unless permission is received themselves as capable, responsible citizens.

LETTERS: Friday, Oct. 9, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 7

I I Readers Cite Opinions on Campus Subjects I

Flavcler Answers:

I Card Section Director Writes: I EDITOR:

Mr. Adams letter in the Oct. 7 edition of
the Alligator shows very clearly that he doesn't
EDITOR: grlpiit, and being completely useless. I feel know what he's talking about. Mr. Adams
that Mr. Adams is allowing the Alligator to draw
stated that he would have to be a residentof
This In answer to the letter of Oct. 7 writtenby him
into the latter category with themselves.
Flavet HI in order to sit in the card section.
Richard W. Adams, 3 EG. He indicates in I have heard a lot of Ideas thrown around but Just a little checking on his part would have
this letter that he is Joining the ranks formedby no one seemed to be around when the work shown that there aren't enough people living
The Florida Alligator staff to to be
go against was done.
in Flavet III (including children) to fill up the
seating.He .
block card section.
stated in his letter that in order to sit
Before closing I would like to voice an
Flavet in Is just one group that applied for
in the card section, one must live in Flavet agreement with the Alligator staff. They stated seating assignments in the card section.Seating
in. This, Mr. Adams, is completely untrue that the) felt they didn't deserve block seatingfor assignments were arranged last spring for all
because Flavet in couldn't fill that card section the job they do for the student body. I of the groups that applied. Those groups were:
if they used every man, woman, and child couldn't agree with them more, because I don't Corry Village, Schucht Village, Flavet I, FlavetII
there. Among other blocks that were participantsin think that anyone should get paid twice for the Flavet HI, Law School, Medical School,
the card section were Law School, Corry same Job. and the Chemistry Society. Flavet III was
Village, Schucht Village, Flavet I, Flavet H, I would also like to see the Alligator giving assigned only 28 percent of the available seats.
Med. School, and Delta Upsilon Fraternity. some of the people on campus credit tor what U you really want to sit in the card section,
There are two main groups of individualson they do. According to this paper no one does Mr. Adams, then fet together with some of the
campus; one group works hard and triesto anything right or worthwhile but themselves. other married students that live offcampusand
accomplish something worthwhile,even though put in your application at the proper time.
they cannot please everyone, and the other Bill Hester There arc probably many married students that
group does absolutely nothing except sit around Card Section Director live off campus that would also like to sit

in the 'card section. You would be welcomed.Just .
I Instructor Says Honesty Doesn't Pay remember, any group that sits In the card*
section also has to provide workers before and
after the game to set up and take down the card
It doesn't pay to be honest when dealing Just one big game that was being played for section. This won't take but three or four hoursof
with the UF Honor System. I Just got the resultsof the fun of it. I also felt that the Jury had no your time, so I know that you wouldn't mind.
a trial conducted Sunday by the Honor CourtIn idea whatsoever of what was going on. (As an in
Are you willing to put In a little hard work
which the student was found not guilty of example, one of the members of the Jury was Adams
order to sit In the card section Mr. ?
cheating on a test in the face of overwhelming permitted to Interrupt my testimony to ask It's up to you.
evidence. This doesn't bother me too much, the defendant questions on something that was
however. But what does bother me though is entirely irrelevant to the case being considered.) h Stan BrantleyPast
that another student Involved in the same case Needless to say I will have no more dealingswith Mayor of Flavet III
was honest and pleaded guilty and was awardedan the Honor Court and will handle any other
E and a severe reprimand by a Summary cases I may have on my own. Also I no longer
Court. wonder why students hesitate to turn in other '"" "' .' ,tK'
The student found not guilty of cheating was students for cheating. Thanks for printing this. ,''' M e ..t
equally guilty and had, in fact, when confrontedwith (;
the evidence, confessed to me; but it seems W. J. Grasty <
as If somewhere along the way after talkingto Interim Instructor in Accounting :; tLJST. .
some of his friends he felt he could beat the "
Honor Court and decided to plead not guilty. f .
Where Does It Go
This he did and Just as he expected was found w
not guilty.To .
me this is a miscarriage of Justice and EDITOR: ;
while I will still award the "not guilty" studentan
E, since his confession carries more weight Having just been the recipient of a little TffiB ,
with me than the Honor Court, nothing else will yellow ticket, I have begun to wonder what }
appear on his record. Another thing while on happens to the money collected by the traffic ( ILOQUENT::
the subject of the Honor System even thoughI court. Is it used to Improve parking areas l '
felt the defense and prosecuting attorneyswere perhaps? If not, what? -.G si

very efficient and well qualified, I got f
the feeling while testifying that this trial was C. L. Somer
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1 :For! Sale I l For Sale | I Wanted I T Wanted ,I I'L Services -1

WANTED 1950 thru 1954 Fords
1963 LAMBRETTA 125 Li, twin
seat and accessories.Contact Walt one turquoise full-length formal and Chevrolet Al Herndon'sService two large rooms, private bath and years on part or all day. Call
Size 7. Call 372-2456 after 6 p.m. Station. 916 S. E. 4th entrance. 1 mile from campus Mrs. Howell 6-4208,1765 NE 21st
Wilson 378-2215. Excellent shape.
A-22-4t-c 376-6611. $35 per month. (C-24- .
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(A-24-5t-c). Street. (C-5-20t-c) 3t-c). .


1962 ALLSTATE compac Motor large rooms and private bath with I L Autos 1 Moose Lodge. Sat., Oct. 17, 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. $3.00 per couple.Semi-
WINDMILL SAILING SLOOP 18 Scooter. Looks and runs good. two students. $33.33 per month.
f o r m a 1. Buy tickets at door
foot Johnson Racing Sails -- all $150. Jim Hill, 704 SE 4th Ave. See at 104 SW 8th Street. (C-
1961 VOLKSWAGEN $800. Call'University B.Y.O.B. (M-23-3t-c).
equipment trailer. $600 or make Phone 378-2055. (A-25-lt-c).
Ext. 2108. (G-25-3t-c).. -
offer. Call Mac McCardell 372- MILLER & 'SONS Auto Painting
9364. 613 Murphree M. (A-23- FEMALE ROOMMATE to share
Need '60 TR-10 4 dr., R&H $375. '57 Shop, all cars $29.95; body,work.
5t-c). SMITH-CORONA 250 compact new apartment.
732 NW 1st Street. Across from
electric typewriter. Automatic transportation. $45 per month.For TR-3 WW, boot cover, tonneau,
R&H $575. Phone 2-6471. Ask White Electric. ALL work
carriage return & other deluxe further Information call 372-3559.
for Mike in Rm.#3.Leave message guaranteed (M-13-20t-c).
SMALL 2 Bedroom ancfbath house, features. One year old. $185 or (C-24-2t-p).
if not home. (G-19-tf-c).
living room and combination dining best offer. Call Mrs. Salmon, Ext.
URGENTLY NEED efficiency AUTO PARKING available behind
room-kitchen, has green aluminum 2168 or 372-3451. (A-22-5t-c). WANT GOOD TRANSPORTATION?
apartment for Homecoming Gator Groomer Coin Laundry.
siding and house is almost new. 1960 RENAULT 4 door Dauphine.
weekend. Will pay any reasonable $5.00 per month. Apply at Gator
Total price $6,000 or less for cash. HIGH POWERED RIFLE. New price for clean place.Phone 26327or New or reconditioned items: Groomer Coin Laundry. (M-
See at 1954 NW 34th Ave. Then Engine, clutch, brakes, gener-
condition. Call Ext. 2678 Florida 2-6328 anytime. Ask for Tito 21-tf-c).
call FR 2-3251 after 6 p.m. for at ator, regulator, headliner, and
Gym. Or FR 2-9950 night. or leave message. (C-25-3t-c)
details. (A-17-U-c). (A-22-5t-c). upnolstery. Asking price: $525.
Phone 3721570. (G-21-5t-p).
I Ends, Sat. THE years of age on. Will also do week
night baby sitting. Call 376-0406.
,,'o W wh toNOnawsJ. YEAR'S BESTN sedan. Very good condition. (M-24-5t-c).
Standard transmission, radio and
.-....-.. :.- ,Y Tim. heater. Excellent MPG. Best offeror

t ,Y,Htr,M Tnt $385. Call 376-1930. (G- I Personal J

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11 i II il I M
43 fli turdty Rtvitw
", I Miginn '57 ORD, F-500, T-Bird spec.
N.wsINGMAR sociology wants to rent quiet desk
A V-8, 3 speed. Auto-trans., radio,
in home or office where
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heater, good tires, exceptionallyclean.
BERGMAN'S M.gllineTNEtRGIN"SlJRING work may be left on desk. John
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See Both As Late As 9:00
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: ; : the quarterback Is the power man and tailbacks. In others all four tackles. They do Just what their
with of the backfield. This is the full men In the backfield lineup right name implies.
back. Most of his running assignments behind the center. This Is called Next is the big difference in
GLENN LANEY are right up the middle or the "I" formation. These are just the defensive line.
over guard to pick up short yardage a taw of the formations adopted Instead of having two guards
Sports Editor when It is most needed.On from the basic "T." and a center it has a middle guard.
either side of the fullback On the defensive platoon there This adds up to a five man line.
are the two halfbacks. These are are also two defensive ends at Right behind the line are the
For Girls OnlyIt suppose to be the speed merchantsof either md of the line. Their Job two linebackers. They plug the
the team. They are the ones is to keep the other teams half- wholes on running plays and drop
who carry the ball around end backs from getting around them. back to cover short passes over
was brought to my attention the other day In class there are and off tackle. This is what Is called "turning the center of the line.
any girls on campus who Just don't know too much about football There are many variations off in" the play.
3ne of my professors asked the girls In our class to define the term the T. In some of the variations (Continued on Page 10))
Jlback. None of them could. One of them said he was one of the nine the halfbacks are called wlngbacks Next come the two defensive
men on a football team. From her reply sprung the Idea for this .
I am going to start with the most elementary rules of the game and KLEANAMATICLAUNDRY
ork on from there. So if some of the explanation seems simple at SEE THE GAMEIN
rst bear with me. AND COMFORT!
The purpose I hope to accomplish Is this: I hope any girl, who ,
(really doesn't understand too much about football can take this column DRY CLEANING Sturdy But Lightweight
to the Mississippi game and when something happens she doesn't .
{understand, she can read down the column and find the answer.So Polished Aluminum Frame
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i ., Page 10, The Florida Alligator, Friday, Oct. 9, 1964 What everyson

,1\\I (FOR GIRLS ONLY continued from page 9)) his should father tell!

, .
The term "blitzing linebacker" the touchdown which Is worth six I Time Trials Run I

I Is used quite a bit. This Is when points. There Is the field goal ... ... 1 001

the linebackers charge through the which Is worth three points. The : ;! Wfi '
.; rr ;
I t line Into the opposing backfield point after touchdown, often II I I :\}':' )i i .;i.w.
and try to tackle the quarterback 24:26 Jim Brown, 24:44; Gary \i \!:." .
1 referred to as the PAT, can be The Florida crosscountryteamheld ; I
14 before he can get rid of the ball. scored two different ways Its final time trial last Mon- Mahla, 25:16; Dan Schulgasser, :
[i It is effective If the offense on The ball can be held and kicked day in preparation for this coming 25:39; Bill Roberts,26:35;Al Hoffman J'iillt.: :

; that particular play doesn't decide through the uprights for one point. Monday's meeting with F.S.U. in 26:37; and Dan Wells, 26:41. ,
to run through the spots vacated ; \
4 Tallahassee. ,.
Or It can be ran or thrown across "." "" !;" .,,
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the linebackers.
by charging the goal line for two points. The freshmen were also im- i;' '' ;\' '' :
Behind this forward wall Is the '
The saftety Is the other way of Dieter Gebhard was the winner pressive in their race, with Van 1t kr.
defensive backfield or secondary scoring. This Is when the team with id the time trial, turning the tables Graham again winning, and improving I
as It Is sometimes called. Here behind Its fellow Dave his time to 16:51 in the .' ... ': ,
the ball Is stopped own on sophomore ... .,
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three halfbacks
resides defensive
goal line. This Is worth two points. Wilson. Both runners Improvedon process. He was followed by: John '' "",": '! ,I j",';',',,",,. ,, '
r v and the safety. All four of them That ends It. Most of the stuff their personal best performances Klvlpelto, 17:20; Pat Sheppard, 18: "":'',",';,\''' (:..;"i.. :'..
are devoted to one thing, making was very basic, but this Is what but G ebb a r d' s superior 39 Bill Slotto, 19:05; Paul Siegel, '''.':'

j sure the offense doesn't complete many of you need. If during the speed made the difference in the 19:06; Bruce Hoffman, 20:21;

;, any passes. course of the season something final lap, as he pulled away toa Howard Trefethen. 20:43.
The team which has the ball should come up you don't, under- 23 minute-flat victory. Wilson Coach Walter Welsch was quite
has four tries to move the ball stand.drop me a line and I will time was 23:23. Following were: pleased with the overall performance -

10 yards. see If I can answer your questions. Bill Opperman, 23:51;Austin Funk, of his runners and said "We

.. If they succeed In doing this they are running far better as a team, Tell him there' nothing tike nature. The
4 get what Is called a first down. and this should be our greatest asset natural shoulder line adhered to faith-
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This Is where the term"punting members Include: Wrestling,
situation" comes In. U the team Karate and judo.
has top many yards to go, or If
they, are close to their own goal The Wrestling club meets' 4-6

line they usually punt on fourth p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays;
down. the Karate Club meets 7-9 p.m.
Several times you will see the on Mondays and Fridays; and the .
action stopped on the field when Judo club meets 4:45-649 on Mon.-
one of the officials has called a Wed.-Fri. :
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penalties. The amount of the Experience Is not a pre-
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I Yankees Knot World Series With CardinalsST. I

LOUIS UPI The New York\ A crowd of 30,805 at
I Yankees evened the 1964 World dium saw the Yankees Busch Sta- nesday's opener, had to call on in by Missouri-born Clete Doyer, and then applied a crushing four-
1 Series at one game each today when. streak of five straight break their young Stottlemyre today and, Justas went ahead with another In the run rally in the ninth to turn the I
defeats in he has since he was called sixth driven in Tom Fresh into
I rallied to beat the St. Louis World Series up by game a rout.
they games, which included from the minor
leagues In mid- added two more In the eavetcthVolleyball
I Cardinals, 8-3, behind the seven- four by the Los -
season, the skin
n e Y righthander
Ibit pitching of Rookie Mel S tot tie- Dodgers last year.
came through for them.
myre. After a day off for travel Fri- The Cardinals nicked him for Results

day, the series will resume with single runs in the third, eighth, Orange League
third game at Yankee Stadium, and ninth Innings, but otherwise
New York, on Saturday with the two he had the National League champsin TX 15 13
1VIaSteTCollcgc teams SPE PDT15 PLP 7
now all square.
check all afternoon.The 7 IS
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of the Gator backfield." has given several key players who
"lie Is one ot our best blocke," were injured a chance to heal.
Footballs Kicking Tees Graves said. "When he has run Dill Richburg will be able logo
he's done a very good Job for us." full speed as will Kenny Russell.
Poe, at the wingback position Also available for work for the
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,4'I.I ,1;., The Harmon Football ForecastTOP

20 TEAAAS '(based on power quotient ratings/ not on games won and lost)*
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CA-77, 305 Beautiful, compact, MICHIGAN SYRACUSE 18. NORTH CAROLINA

entirely new -- the CA-77 Dream 4. ILLINOIS 9. L S. U.10FLORIDA. NEBRASKA MICHIGAN STATE

Touring gives Instant power from 5. NOTRE DAME STATE ;15. FLORIDA 20. U. C. L A.

its sensational twin-cylinder O. HIGHLIGHTSA v
Enthusiasts Friday, October 9
H.C. 25 H.P. engine.

acclaim it as one of the finest Arkansas Tech '" 21 Ozarks . 0 few of last week's "Mighty 20" found
California ... .. .. 15 Miami, Florida 7
and most handsome motorcyclesever Georgia Tech ... .. 17 Navy I. the rarefied atmosphere of their lofty E9 .. k
built. Tops for touring. A Wilt Chester .. .5 Bloom.burl ... 0 positions Just too much to take.Navy, Auburn, d

real powerhouse with unmatched Saturday, October 10- Major Colleges Washington, and Northwestern dropped out

stamina and dependability. of The Top Twenty, and Kentucky, Arkansas
Alabama. .. ..... 21'N.. Carolina State 1
Electric starter. Arizona ... .... 23 New Mexico .... 7 North Carolina, and Michigan State movedIn
Arizona Itat. .. 21 Texas Western 0
Arkansas ........ 15 Baylor... 7 to take up residence.
Army 21 Penn State 13 Top dog of them all, the #1 Longhornsof
Auburn .... .. 22 Chattanooga. 0
$695tiXfei'ti'e Bowling Green .. 31 Western Michigan 0 Texas, takes on a rather deflated Oklahoma
I') _!- .. -. Buffalo .... .. .... 20 Marshall .. 1 Sooner. And It that Texas will
;. Cincinnati .. ...... 21 Xavier 7 appears
CI.m.on .. ... I. Georgia .. 1 deflate the Sooners a little more. The pickis
....... 15
Colorado Stat. Brigham Young 13
Cornell .. IS Pennsylvania 1 Texas. .the spread is 18 points.
Dartmouth ... ... 17 Princeton 14 Sitting on the second rung of the national
Dayton .. ..... 11 Louisville 14
Harvard ... .. 11 Columbia 13 ladder, Alabama will make it three In a

\ ..- >> Holy Illinois Crass .. 20 12 Colgate Ohio State 17 7 row with a 15-point win over North Carolina
Iowa 21 Indiana 15 State.
1 Kansas .14 Iowa State 10
Kentucky 1" Florida State 14 Whenever Michigan meets Michigan State, JOHN TIGERTDONIGAN'S
L. S. U. .. .... S Nrth Carolina 7. the dope sheet gets thrown out the window.
bi Maryland 1:1: Duke 10
y l. Memphis State 12 Southern Mill. 1 However, before somebody lets fly, lemme
Miami, Ohio 14 Kent State 0
Michigan 17 Michigan Slate 13 look. .Michigan, #3 in the nation, will
Minnesota 21 Northwestern 20 nip the Spartans by four points. Michigan
-.h.e Mississippi. 14 Florida 0
>>p Mississippi State 20 Tulane 7 State ranks 19th.

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615 W University New Mexico State 14 Trinity. Texas 1 will be between -lib-ranked Illinois and 6th-
North Texas 13 West Texas 10
Notre Dame 21 Air Force 1 ranked Ohio State.Both teams won conference
Ohio U. 27 Toledo 1
Oklahoma State 11 Colorado 7 openers last week. The Harmon power
The Oregon 23 Idaho 7 quotients give the defending champion Illinl SO WHO t4EEDBADVERflSN9'
Pittsburgh 17 Wilt Virginia 0
Purdue 20 Wisconsin 14 the edge by Just 3 points.

1 College Life Rice Richmond 22 14 The Stanford Citadel 7 1 And it looks as though the Irish of Notre

Rutgers 32 L.hiah 0 Dame have taken up winning In a real serious r n!
ai-tiw Southern California 25 Texas A S. M 1
Syracuse 21 U. C. L. A. 14 way two big wins over the Big Ten. Notre
Football ForecastTHE Temple 11 Boston U. 13 Dame Is #5, and the opposition Is the Air
Tennessee 14 Boston College 13
Texas 211 Oklahoma 10 Force. The Irish will shoot straight, flipping
Texas Tech ..... 14 T. C. U. 7
GAMES Tulsa -... .IS Houston 1 the Flyboys by 20 points.
Utah 20 Wyoming 11 Georgia Tech is #7, and they tackle Navy
Vanderbilt 23 Wake Forest 14
NAVY V GEORGIA TECH VIII.nova 14 Detroit 0 Friday night. The hot scoop from group

OHIO STATE v ILLINOIS V.V. M.,. I.I. 14 11 Virginia George Washington 14 13 (Harmon group, that Is) says that the Wreck

MICH. v. MICHIGAN ST. Washington 20 Oregon Stale 14 will hand the Middies their second straight
Washington state 21 Pacific U. 1
OKLAHOMA V TEXAS '\, Wichita 20 Utah state 17 loss. Georgia Tech by three.L. v

KENTUCKY v FJ3.U. >i Yale William i Mary 22 21 furmlln Brown S S S. U. moved up In the ratings simplyby 1

N. CAROLINA v LJ3.U. not playing; they're now Number 9. They
FLORIDA v MISSISSIPPI EAST (small colleges) take on a surprisingly strong North Carolina r

NOTRE DAME V AIR FORCE Allegheny 20 Carnegie Tech 11 eleven. However, LJS.U. will win by one.

CALIFORNIA V MIAMIN. Bates Clarion 11 15 Ulnboro Worcester Tech 12 13 And those pesky Wild-kittens of Kentucky,

CAR. STATE V ALABAMA Drexel Tech 2' Lrcomlnl 12 looking up from the #21 spot in last week's
Grove City 20 Boclillort 7
C.L.I.C.A. Hamilton 11 Hobart 14 ratings, really climbed the national football)
Indiana State U W.nllbur 7Ithaca ladder this week. They're ranked 8th after
20 Cortl.nd 15 ;
It's just as I was telling the little
Massachusetts 22 Connecticut 1 two big wins over Mississippi and Auburn.
GEORGIA TECH t I r Montcl.ir 22 Central Conn. 0 woman, Mrs. Cubana; with all due
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