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Vol. 57, No. 29 University of FloridaGainesville Wednesday, Oct. 14, 1964.

'THE DEEP SOUTH'S' FINEST COLLEGE DAILY"] -:::


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Set For WeekendFinal



L plans are underway for the Highlight of the evening will be
1964 Homecoming Dance Saturday the appearance of the 1964 Homecoming .* f
from 8 to 12 p.m. In the Hub. Queen, Miss Mary Ar- !

:j- ww Admission Is free and all UF stu- llskas, and her court.
L dents are Invited to attend. Music The dance is sponsored by the
will be by the Hustlers, and refreshments Men's Inter hall Council. Work has
will be provided. already begun, and elaborate dec-
Casual dress Is requested orations are being prepared.Last .
.. year the Homecoming
e.1 Dance was a street dance. This 1
Isbell Aims year, with the facilities of the -

Hub, an even bigger and better
rrW affair Is anticipated. Chairman of
At Florida the dance, Mike Hannan, expects
3,900 to 4,000 people to attend.
The Saturday night dance is after
MIAMI (UPI) Tropical storm
the Florida-South Carolina football
Isbell, which claimed at least one
-EL game It concludes the weekend'sactivities
________ life In Cuba, built to hurricane
that will bring an expected -
force with 80 m.p.h winds Tuesday -
80,000 alumni and visitorsto
night and a hurricane watch
the campus for two days of
was ordered for the Florida Keys
Homecoming celebrations.
;. 4r and the southwest Florida Gulf
w C Coast, north to Tampa.
..r ::4t Hurricane warnings were ordered ThurmondTo
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for Dry Tortugas, a clusterof
Islands about 69 miles west of
DR. GLENN T. SEABORG, chairman of the U. S. Atomic Energy Commission, left, Key West, as the storm crashed Speak

dedication speaker for the new Nuclear Sciences Building Saturday, and Dr. GeorgeK. across the western tip of Cuba.
Isbell Is the ninth tropical stormof
Davis, head of UF's Nuclear Sciences, examine one of the many pieces of equip- the season and was born Mon- UJ5. Sen.Strom Thurmond,South

ment in the new building. Carolina's Democrat-turned-Re-
day.The weather bureau's,advisory pUblican, will speak Friday at the
located Isbell's center Just Gainesville Shopping Center parking -
about over theGuanahacablbes lot 30 minutes alter the ,UF
: Lag Overestimated'Says Peninsula of westernmost Cuba. Homecoming Parade. '
_ The narrow.lbowotwe.tward-Jut- Thurmond is stomping the South

ting land is named for an Indian in support of Dairy Goldwater,Republican -
tribe. presidential candidate.The .
The storm was moving at about senator Is scheduled to land
Professor
UF seven miles per hour on a course at the Gainesville Airport at 11:30
between north and north-northeast. a.m., Friday. A press conferenceIs
Highest winds were 80 miles an planned in the pilot's lounge
_ GASTON government, said that it is a behind in the space race. hour near the center and gales before Thurmond will review the
JOEL
"magnificent engineering feat, no
swept outward 90 miles Homecoming Parade with Mayor
Managing EditorA doubt about that." He said the reports are "rather
Howard also Gold-
Gale warnings were up between McKlnney,
UF research professor last "However," he said, "I don't excessive. They "are certainlysome Dry Tortugas and Marathon, about water supporter, and other digni
months ahead, he said,"buton
know if It is great breakthrough '
any
night classed the Russian three- taries.
midway in the string of Florida
the other hand, we (the us.)did
but of
man space night as a "magnificent part a carefully Keys which curve southwestwardfrom Following the shopping centerspeech
engineering feat, but planned and designed space a good job of finding out something the Florida mainland.The the senator will tape a half-
nothing to get excited about." program" with the Ranger program. advisory said that Isbell hour television program for statewide
Dr. Knox Millsaps, research Dr. Mlllsaps discounted The lag, Dr. Millsaps said, can was expected to increase both in distribution by WUFT-TV,
professor in aerospace engineerIng estimates made by some U.s. be made up by eoodplannlnc."Thepeople size and intensity as it regathered Channel ,.
and a previous chief scientistof scientists that the Russians shot in charge (of the National Itself after the short surge across He Is expected to attend the
space research for the U.s. put the U.s. some two to six years Aeronautics and Space Administration western Cuba.Forecaaters. Blue Key Smoker and Danquet and
) are really competent
Growl Friday night as a
said a turn "moreto the Gator
* people." the northeast" was expectedlate guest of the university. He may
The lag, he said, is all a matter team,
state
Wednesday "and all also watch his home
of how much effort Is put Into it. personsin
Gamecocks as
the area of hurricane watch the South Carolina ,
ShoelessRussiansLand Dr. Mlllsaps said the Russian should make preliminary plans for they meet the UF In the Home
shot was "just a systematic plan
action." coming game Saturday.
with good engineering. They have
just shown that they can put a
group of people up there and sustain -
On Farm them for a time." Gator Party Elects Segal I

Dr. Mlllsaps said that"The shot ,

was quite impressive, and discouraging +
MOSCOW (UPI) Russia's three shoeless cosmonauts made a for the people In NASA, Robert Segal, 2UC, was electednew
sate and feather-light landing yesterday inside their "space but it will serve as an Incentive majority party floor leader for
bus" on a collective farm In the virgin lands of Kazakhstan. for them." the Legislative Council last night T7j

They had traveled 437,000 miles in 24 hours and 17 minutes in Further, he said that, "They in a Gator Party caucus.

making 16 orbits around the earth-the first time in the three-year are given to spectacular feats,
history of space travel that three persons bad orbited together. and this was another. Of course, Segal Is an honors program student -
The Tass news agency to describing their landing in central the Russian propaganda machine with an overall academic
Asia pinpointed for what previously was described only as a will make a great deal of it." average of 3.3 and last year he
"predeslgnated area." "I guess I could point out," he was elected to the Council with
It said they parachuted Inside their"cosmoplane" Voskhod said "that the Ranger satellite the highest number of votes of
Sunrise to a farm and were greeted by farmers who Invited them didn't photograph any Vodka bottlesor any candidate from the freshman
,
to their homes. They were taken to the town of,Kustnal northern Caviar cans .- or at least class. ,

Kazakhstan. not this time I don't mean to
The Soviets hailed their flight as "faultless" and denied write it off, but I'm certainly He tut served previously as an
speculation it had ended earlier than Intended because of some not getting excited about It. NASA Orienfction group leader and
,mechanical failure. Unconfirmed reports said they had planned: has first-rate engineers." speaker for both Florida Blue Key
to remain aloft a week. s "aler'. Bureau and the Honor
The Soviets disclosed details of the landing method and boastedat Court, and is currently a publicity
the same time it was far better than American methods. They See National manager for the "Dollrs for
,
also said Voskhod was the forerunner of permanently orbiting Scholars" program.
space laboratories from which cosmic expresses with several
persons. aboard could blast off for other planets.Re Stale Political "Gator Party feels that Robertis
emphasized that the landing speed was near zero velocity typical of the youthful move-
and said it was equipped with a special system. Another scientist, ment of new leadership on the SEGAL
G. Mlrolyubov of the Academy of Sciences,Indicated such systems Stories, Page 10 Council floor' says a Gator Party

Included Jet engines facing downward. ..poke.man.The .

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Pcge 2, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, Oct. 14, 1964 Aqua Salute

TO MISQUOTE CUSTER

Fred Karl Featured "Look At All Them :

Woild's"An Fair Seminoles A'comin'

(Order Yours
Soon)

Banquet Speaker ..

Aquatic Salute to the
World's Fair" will be presentedIn
Representative Fred Karl of rently Karl Is serving as Chairmanof at 4
rF Florida pool Friday p.m.
Volusla County will be the featured the House Education-Public Need
and Saturday at 10 a.m. this week-
speaker at the annual Alpha Kappa Schools Committee the Homecomingtheme
end. Following
Psi Homecoming Breakfast Satur- Karl atteded the UF until he 28 Swim
approximately
day morning In the University Inn enlisted as a private In the ser- ,
-
'Gators synchronized
Fins and Aqua ,
Steak Room. vice In 1942. During the war be swimming group members, HOMECOMINIRESERVATION
Karl, serving his fourth term
as was commissioned a 2nd Lieutenant World's Fair
will visit
State Representative, will speakto at age 18 and awarded the Silver "
I
the UF business fraternity on Star, Bronze Star and Purple "pavllllons.
the "Economic Growth and Heart. He received his law degree :
Development of Florida." He Is Stetson Numbers Included are New York,
from University In 1949. I
_ .. ..
u. I Brazil Hong Kong, and
expected to comment on the effect HIS civic ana legislative duties France, ?
of the Cape Kennedy Space Centeron have brought him statewide re- FRED KARL Hawaii. Preparation for the show
the recent growth of Florida's cognition. He was awarded the began at the beginning of this .
educational system. Distinguished Service Award by the trimester. Club members choreographed -
CallHOLIDAY
The Representative Is known Daytona Beach Junior Chamber of and arranged costumingfor
for his Interest in education on all Commerce. The Florida press selected the entire program. Addingto
levels and particularly Florida's him as one of the ten most the water ballet will be Orchesls, MOTEL
higher education system. He has outstanding legislators In each of HomecomingRoundup a modern dance group, which will
held numerous positions on legislative the past three sessions. dance Introductions to several of Bronson Flo.
education committees. Cur- Florida "Trend" magazine the numbers. ,

selected'Karl as oneof, Florida's
Most Influential Men In 1962. His SPORTSMEN'SCYCLE 486-2121
JMBA Skits
fellow legislators voted him one of
CENTER
the top three members of both
legislative bodies In 1963. 617 N. Main St.
Held Only 30 min. from
SaturdayThe Democratic gubernatorial can- SUZUKISales Campu!

didate, Haydon Burns, addresseda CandidateTo & Service Via State Highway 24
"Pinko Band" will be one group of about 100 at last year's
of the main features of the John Homecoming Breakfast. He also
Marshall Bar Association Homecoming spoke 0 n Florida's. educational

skits Saturday morning.The system. SpeakMayor
skits will be held in an open Alpha Kappa Psi, professional
air theater outside the Law School business fraternity, recently :.
Auditorium fro 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 donated over $1,300 to the Dollarsfor Haydon Burns of Jackson- 2'S : ExcitingNew
a.m Scholars program. According ville will give a non-political speechat
Merrel Stalnton, chairman the to President Ronald Boatright,this a 7:30 breakfast given this sat-
skit committee, said that the themeof represents the largest amount of urday by UF's Phi Delta Phi legal
the skits would be "That was money ever given to the projectby fraternity.
the Year That Was." a single campus organization.The Chesterfield Smith, president of
One skit Includes a Mr.America fraternity raised the money the Florida Bar Association, will Designs
contest between national poli last trimester from the sale of Introduce Burns at the meeting at
ticians. The second Involves a Campus Pacs. the Holiday Inn.
satire on customs of the U.S. Anyone wishing to make reser- The guests will include Sen.Spes-
Supreme Court. The third skit vations for the Homecoming sard HollandSen.GeorgeSmathers,
features a satirical re-hash of Breakfast this Saturday Is requested Gov. Farris Bryant, State Supreme
the state primaries.No to contact Boatright at Court Justices Campbell Thornall
admission will be charged FR 2-7182. The breakfast beginsat and Stephen O'Connel and Florida'sAtt.

and everyone is invited to attend. 8 a.m. Gen. Jimmy Keynes.

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Mr. Thomson "
.phase!


Please tell me how you manageto

male me look so great on campus. sQ

*.r The only thing I can't pass now

is a crowd of boys. Those vertical 1

stretch pants follow the

sleek line of most resistance.And I

guarantee the least resistanceon I 1eep

campus. Then, total recovery K ::Lk(31J: i iDI

(only the pants, Mr. Thomson, not the boys) ,.
The reflex action of )our ",4 OND RINGS .

proportioned stretch pantsis
second l only to the reflex action True artistry .is expressed in the brilliant ;
fashion styling of every Keepsake diamond en- :
of that Psych major I'\c had
my eye on. gagement ring. Each is of 1 t
setting a masterpiece
And the fit! Mr. Thomson please ,
,
design, reflecting the full brilliance and beauty
how did )ou get them to fit so well? of the
center diamond ... a perfect gem of flaw-
1 adore lOU, Mr. Thomson! less clarity, fine color and meticulous modern cut.

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i RUDDY'SGainesville tag is your assurance of fine quality and lasting

satisfaction. Your very personal Keepsake is ,

i Florida awaiting your selection at your f

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MR. THOMSON\,n.IITHF.! 'ytoi>\ Wi i yellow pages
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Wednesday, Oct. 14, 1964, The, Florida Alligator, Page 3
FU Forms
FINAL PREPARATIONSfor

the Florida Players' Red Roses' Play

Committee ForInlernalionals 'Red Roses ForMe' are cur-

rently under Mary
way.
Stephenson makes finishing On Chalk SettingOn

touches on Paula Maret's
a set chalked In on the floor, with chairs to represent everythingfrom
costume for the production. trunks to tables, "Red Roses for Me," by Sean O'Casey, Is being
A new Florida Union Committeehas transformed by Dr. L.L. Zimmerman, director, from written word
been formed. Into living theater.
The International Committee "Roses," being presented In Norman Hall,Oct.22-24,and Oct. 29-31,
which was part of the Florida: Is basically the story of one man's role in..a 1913 Irish railroad strike.
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Blue Key, Is now a new campus Inherent are conflicting views of

committee. life, acceptance, dlspalr, action, Cape Kennedy
This organization was formed to and Idealism. But In that context
help orientate UP foreign students exist many other conflicts, and the
to the campus and to help them feel show has moments of high Irish
at home here. comedy as well as times of moving Tour PlannedThe
"The goal of the committee is drama.
to stimulate an awareness of the u The central character is Ayamon Florida Union Recreation
multicultural nature of the world Dreydon, played by George Committee has made arrangements t
and to Involve students activities Sprinkel, 4AS. He Is a social with the John F. Kennedy
that will bring them Into contact reform leader helping to organize Space Center to conduct a special
with students of other nations," i the strike. Ills mother, LolltaHammings tour of Cape Kennedy and the new
Nancy Welnburg, the committee i ,2n: :i;,:> :'<:j;i 2UC Is not only spaceport under construction on
chairman, said. : i worried about the strike, but as adjacent Merritt Island.
"This is done with the belief .) ;:; a good Protestant, Is also worried The tour Is scheduled to leave
that increased knowledge and communications W about Ayamon's relationship with
the Union at 6 a.m. on Saturday,
will provide mutual 4 Sheila M our nee n, a Catholic, Nov. 14. Itinerary Includes a
respect and understanding among -- -- _. played by Dl Pelfrey, 4AS. briefing with protocol officers,
. the students of the world," she Representing opposition to the and commentary NASA officialswho
added.In SG Office Active strike Is Inspector Flnglas. Por- will guide the tour. After the
the past this has been doneon trayed by Don Demree, 3AS. three hour tour, the group will
a person to person basis with Student Government's (SG) Sec- administrative staff and organizedan Flnglas Is responsible for halting have dinner In Orlando and expect'to
each U.s. student being assigneda retary of Labor, Bob DeLoach, undersecretarial staff. lie has the strike. The only real moderating return to Gainesville by 10p.m.
foreign student. is one of the most active membersof started three new bureaus,Including force Is the Prostestant Rector, The cost of the 330 mile tripIs
"We for the current administration. SG SG Jim Mulholland, 7AS.
are looking new : employment service, $8 per person. Each Individualis
members and new ideas," Nancy DeLoach started with a very personal service bureau and SG In the midst of all this are expected to pay for his own
stated. disorganized office, revamped It talent' service. various characters who not only meals. The Department of Defense
Foreign students and U.s. and turned It into one of the most De Loach is the senior repre- enrlsh the action, but also are does not allow cameras on the
students wishing to apply for active offices on the Florida sentative from the American particularly entertaining. For Instance base It Is also stipulated that
membership can do so by going to Union's Third Floor. Society of Civil Engineers to the there Is Drennan on the visitors be UJS. citizens age 18
Room 315 In the Florida Union. He has obtained an advisor on the Benton Engineering Council. Moor who Is played by Charlie or over.
Harper, 4AS. The only thing It Reservations may be made by
seems Brennan Is interested In is calling ext. 2741, or in Room 315
the Bank of Ireland. Being a good Florida Union. Deadline for
Protestant, he takes particular payment is Monday, Nov. 2.
delight in arguing religion with
; HELP YOUR FRIENDS SHAKE THE CIGARETTE HABIT THE EAGLE WAY: Roory, who Is a staunch Catholic
played by Rick Schuster, 4AS, Pachner Art
WEAR A TROMBLEE and Mulcanny,a good atheist playedby
Alan Henderson
; 2UC.
x, "Roses" looks to be a highly Exhibit HereThe

; school of motivational theory holds that the popularity of button-down collars interesting and entertaining show. Fine Arts Committee of the
ONE The complex sets and lighting designs
: from fear that somebody will steal your necktie. If that is so, what better of Henry Swanson, and the Florida Union presents exhibition

way to keep friends from snitching your cigarettes than a button-down pocket, too? unique costuming of Mary Stephenson of the work of painter William
Pachner of Clearwater.
t' So don't delay; "A Tromblee in time saves nine," and occasionally the whole pack. visual will statements greatly aid of Zimmerman's the real and Pachner was born In 1919 In Czechoslovakia -

r If you yourself are still trying to stop or cut down, try a Tromblee. It beats the ideal 1913 Dublin. and arrived in the United

hell out of will-power. The first step is to buy a triple button-down Tromblee, Tickets can be obtained only by States as art director of Esquiretwo
his
; for about $7.00; in white and various conservative colors and stripes. As to the making reservations at university country.days In after 1949 Hitler he confirmed Invaded the
extension 2671 and then
t name, it is to honor Mr. Douglas Tromblee of Baytown,Texas,where it is no-coat them up the night, of performance.picking report that eight relatives had been

t weather oftener than not. Over the years he has become an authority on using shirt exterminated In Nazi concentration

: pockets to carry things in. We therefore sought his opinion on button-down flap camps.He gave. up a successful commer-

pockets. He thought it was the worst idea he had ever heard of. Having decided to GATORCLASSIFIEDSSELLGATORCLASSIFIEDSSELL cial career to become an artist.

fly in the face of his judgment the least we can do is name it for him. So there's Pachnor wrote, "From now on I

, a Tromblee in your future if not in Tromblee's.We TORCLASSIFI EDSSEll bear'shall witness ue whatever to my gifts experience.I have to"

J got the extra button from the back of the collar; button don't grow on trees. you know The exhibition In Bryan Lounge
will be on display until Oct. 30.
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Board Of Regents Proposed

It's good policy to place proposed amendments, local Issues

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many times Important Issues are burled beneath the weightier Un t ve rS t S
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amendment establishing a Board of Regents.The .f.
present Board of Control members serve for four years, 34.LA.o
running concurrently with the term of office of the governor
who appointed them. The proposed amendment would make It
possible for members to serve up to nine years with staggered

terms.Although no one Is questioning the ability or dedication of APODOSIS

the present Board of Control, with their many(unpaid) hours spentIn I
study and conference, it seems to us that the Regents planIs 'Growl No Show'RICK
one of the giant steps in Florida's higher education.And .
we have two main reasons for this belief.
We feel that with the of the amendment the political
passage SCHUSTER good. And of course, the fireworks are always
pressure which might be placed upon the members of the Board ColumnistNow good for a few ooh's and ahh's.The .
will be greatly diminished, since the members will be serving words of a tired six year old who had
under the administration of at least two governors. Just gone through her first Growl summed the
Secondly, It seems to us that the valuable experience gainedby do not get me wrong-I like Homecoming. whole thing up pretty well -- "The bands were
Board members throughout their four-year term of office Basically, that is. The Parade is kind of nice okay, but I didn't like those commercials In
should not be lost by completely replacing the Board with a to watch and it class "
gets you out of early on between. Since Growl, like all of Homecomingis
clean sweep after each governor Is swept into office. Friday. Then there are the JMBA skits and all designed mostly to impress alumni, "com-
Vote on November 3. And when you are voting, we urge you that, which are fun. But Growl is pretty muchof mercial" is an apt word. But it is easy to
to take notice of this amendment, burled though it might be. boor.It .
a impress alumni ready to be impressed. I
We also in notice that vote for the Board of
taking
urge, you that "The
seems appreciate the technical work that goes Into
Regents amendment, and in doing so, for higher education. World's All
Largest
Growl, but enjoyment of it comes only throughthe
Student Produced Show," participation in the ritual of attending. In
Your AddressAccording or however they bill striving for sophistication, Growl has lost Its
Register themselves, Is more con- spontaneity and pep rally atmosphere.By .
cerned with being large, the way, I've written a Growl skit, and
to Frank T. Adams, dean of men, many students than good. In many all I need is a group willing to produce it. The
have still failed to register their exact residence addresses respects Growl suffers problem:. it needs 200 girls who can tap dancein
with the Off-Campus Housing Office. from massive lack of six Inches of water, and three virgins.
We suggest you do so immediately. University regulations of Imagination. And so far
governing off-campus residents require to give your exact this year, there are two SCHUSTER
address at the time of registration.Not good indications this year's
only would It be hard to reach you in case of an emergency, Growl will so suffer. The first indication was LETTER:
but by violating the regulations you are subject to disciplinaryaction. the lack of response for talent tryouts.
This lack was well publicized, and the
Alligator even editorialized on It.Consequently, Go.. (; o. (r/
I hope the Growl staff did not sink too low into
mediocrity to fill up time. At least we don't
have to look forward to Bernadette Castro again. EDITOR:
TODAY'S QUOTE She isn't in school.
Then there were skit tryouts. This year sawa of the Gators
After the
inspired performance
"No man can Justify censure or condemn another, because
indeed no man truly knows another." new low hit in the poorness of skits. There Saturday, giving all credit due to the
were only two really good skits and only one "Destructive Defense" and "Rampaging
Sir Thomas Browne of them made Growl. Add the probable further Offense," who would doubt that the "Go, Go,
"Rellglo Medici" censoring, and you get a bland addition to a Go's", the "Dupe, Dupe, Dupe's", etc. had a
bland Growl.In hand In helping the team demoralize and crush
addition to partying before,during and after "Ole Miss?" How many games haveyou"stood"through
The FloridaALLIGATOR Growl, there are only a couple of saving gracesto ?

our ritualized,bastardized pep rally. Some of I, for one, believe the fellas want this supportin
the high school bands that perform are pretty Tuscaloosa the 24th of October. They needit

LETTER: and they deserve it.
Here's some { formation useful in planning

Served by United Press International 'Poor Contributions'. i i the Tickets trip: $5.00 each to be obtained in the

ticket office In lobby of the stadium prior to

Editor. . . . . . . Walker Lundy EDITOR: departure.
Managing Editor. . . . . Joel Caston Distance One Way Approximately,
Executive Editor. . . ..'. . . .Ron Spencer Noticing the consistently,Indeed increasingly, dependent on route.
Assistant Managing Editor. . . . .Nancy Brachey poor contributions to your letter column, we Time, One Way -Nine or ten hours considering
Assistant Managing Editor. . . . .Dave Berkowitz wish to express the fervent hope that the letterof stops, speed, route, etc. Note: One hour is
Editorial Page Editor. . . . .Jim Hammock Miss Barbara Keller, dated Oct. 8, 1964, gained going from this time zone to the other.
Sports Editor . . . .'.*.. . Glenn Laney represents the bottom point of this cycle. Game Time 2:00 P.M. CST.
City Editor. . . . ? . . .Skip Haviser We also hope that her letter Is not indicativeof Gas Considerations, Round Trip Avg. 15
Campus Living Editor . . . .Jackie Cornelius the knowledge she has gained in her first m.p.g., Reg. Gas $19.00, Premium Gas $22.00;
two years at this university, English courses Avg. 20 m.p.g. Reg. Gas $14.00, Premium
Editorial Assistants .. Bruce Dudley Toxa Levin, Jim Included.We Gas $16.50; Avg. 23 m.p.g.,Reg. Gas $11.50,
Castello, Ann Carter Don Federman, Donita Mathison, Sam charitably prefer to believe that the Premium Gas $13.00.
Ullman Ernie Litz (Circulation Manager), Stan KulpCartoonist). combination of pen and paper has a laxative Route: 1-75 North to Valdosta, Ga., US
effect upon her. 84 West to Dothan, Ala., US 231 N. West to
Reporters .. Ed Barber (Tlgert Hall Beat Chief, Patti Pltz Montgomery, Ala., US 82 N. West to Tusca-
(Student Government Beat Chief, Joe Kollln, Bob Golub, Joe Mel Grossman loosa. Ala.
Waldorf, Sharon Kelley, Yvette Cardozo. Eunice Tall, Frank Eric Wagner By sleeping Friday from class-end until
Shepard, Lee Alexander, Agnes Fogies, Fran Snider, Thelma I midnight, then leaving for Tuscaloosa (packing
Mossman, Bill Sadowskl. Marjorie Green. Evan Langbeln, David (EDITOR'S NOTE: Two weeks a lunch saves time and money), you arrive
Kennedy, Marilyn Brlcklln. Liz Brewer, Gretchen VandenBerg, ago began the running of a weekly there around ten o'clock Saturday; in plentyof
David Ropes, Terry Rogers, Susie Halback, Joan Gaston, Pam column by Student's For Gold- time for lunch, etc., and you saved a motel
Brown Jeffrey Denkewaiter, Dick Dennis, Beverly Faber, Dick water. This offer was also given bill. Taking responsible passengers cuts individual
Schneider Greg ltz, Bunny Goldbert. Kath Blane>'. Sue Dobbie. the Johnson camp. This was done gas costs, and makes it possible to
with the idea that we would present, return home immediately after the game,taking
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the student newspaperof in this way two equal presentationsof turns, driving and sleeping.
the University of Florida and is published five times weekly opinion. As of yet, only columns It's the last "far" away game, and it should
except during May, June and July when it is published semi- from the Goldwater people have help the team to look up and know the noise
weekly. Only editorials represent the official opinion of The been submitted. We will continueto isn't all foreign. Bring cowbells, canned horns,
Alligator. Columns represent only the opinions of their authors. run these as long as they and lots of espirit de corps.
The Alligator is entered as second class matter at the United are given to us. .with or without See you there.
States Post Office at Gainesville. a voice from the other side.)
W. E. Delcomyn 4EG:


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I 'Goldwater Offers Opportunity'EDITOR II I





: aggression. No wonder we have lost our allies' that he supports the same stand. If you feel
At the outset let me make clear my supportof respect. We have shown that we will not stand that our constitution was. written to be used as
the right of the free press to be the voiceof by them In foul weather. I submit that feeding a tool to promote that cam trend in your own
its constituients. However, I understand that the communist cancer only Increases its growth country, then vote for the administration which
the Alligator belongs to the student body. As and enhances its appetite. Ask yourselves who supports that policy. Surely, then, you must vote
such, it should reflect the opinions of the will satisfy its appetite when we no longer have for Johnson and count the number of times you
students. Where does the editorial staff gain other people to feed it. are given that freedom to choose in the future.
the right to say what the general campus opinion
is? I have not been consulted and I doubt that But if you want to see a return to constitutional
anyone else has. Under your peculiar statusIt Some believe that democracy and communism government, which has In the past worked to
would seem to me more appropriate that you will gradually evolve toward one another until maintain your freedom from governmental
adopt a neutral stand and print both sides of they are compatible. God help us, the facts oppression, controls and excesses; if you wantto
the Issues. seem to bear this out. The trouble is that it fulfill your responsibility to pass on your
There are many issues at stake in this election. is a unilateral evolution. The communists have freedom from this generation to the next; if
Clearly, however, the primary issue is whetheror not modified their philosophy or their goal of you want to stem the spread of the communist
not we Intend to stop the communists' drive world slavery, but only their methods.The thing disease, then surely you must vote to discontinue
for world domination. For, if they succeed, I fear most is not nuclear war (the communists the present trend and install the man who has
there no longer will be any legal issues. recognize that no one can win a nuclear war) devoted his life and energies to the fulfillment
The Johnson administration (as well as the but rather the day when U. S. philosophy is of the rights of ALL men and has demonstrated
Kennedy and Eisenhower administrations beforeIt "compatible" with communism. Foronthatday, the will to oppose all who would deny them those
) stand for a stagnant level of nuclear capacityin communism will have only one modification. rights. This man has been called"Mr. Conser-
the face of Soviet and Red Chinese Increases. They will no longer seek world domination,they vative" and could equally well be called "Mr.
They tell us that our nuclear strength is the will have achieved itt! Democracy" -- Barry Goldwater. Let's
greatest in history but fail to mention that our "Barry" Niklta.
relative strength Is lowest. This neglect of Barry Goldwater offers us the opportunity to
nuclear development is Justified under the labelsof reverse the tide of communist oppression by J. W. Ford, lEO
"relieving world tensions" and "preservingworld meeting it with decisive rebuttals and the will
peace." Has it? Furthermore, what to win wherever it rears its ugly head. He (ED. NOTE: You are wrong concerning The
value is our "nuclear deterrent" when it comes advocates as the one real deterrent a strong Alligator on two points. The student body does
with a guarantee that we will never use It? and ever strengthening nuclear and conventional not own The Alligator; the State of Florida
Does this stem communist aggression? capability coupled with the will to use it when does. And Tbe Alligator editorials do not pretendto
These same administrations have stood for necessary to preserve freedom. represent the opinion of the UF student bodyin
"negotiations" to preserve peace. I submit that general Just as no other" newspaper supposesto
negotiation Implies that each party has something This is the real campaign issue. U you are represent the opinions of the majority of 1t4
which they are prepared to trade.But communist satisfied with our present regress against com readers. No newspapers, from the New York
concession is ruled out before we ever reach munism, then vote for the man who has Times on down, polls its readers before taking
the conference table and the U.S. appeases the demonstrated be has the methods which will a stand on an issue. The editorials in this
bear by feeding him countries and human beings Insure its continuation. U you fear war more newspaper represent the opinions and beliefs of
neither rightfully controls. We thereby assume than you value your freedom(and your children's the board of editors and them alone.
the role of a god who doles out freedom at freedom) then vote for the man who has displayed
the whim of the devil. When we assume the
role of free world leader, we must also assume Drinks At Game
the responsibility to protect it from communist
Rich in an Answers
EDITOR:
Double Talk?'
EDITOR Congratulations to you, your staff and the
Florida Alligator tor the splendid editorial
EDITOR: A letter just suggested that we hive at least on drinking. at football game that I have Just
one proctor per two hundred students in Walker reed on page four of your Monday, September
The chancellor of the Honor Court, GeraldL. Auditorium. It sounds like a great Idea at first 21 list*.
Richman, has since the beginning of this glance. A Hybrid:An Honor System with proctors The editorial can apply also to many of our
trimester, harped upon the irresponsibility too. Combine the best features of both. alumni and patrons; and I think this leadershipby
of the Student Body in reporting violationsof Result: The Alligator can result in much Improvement -
the Honor Code. Quote article in Sept. Not enough proctors to do a good Job;students of the conduct of all groups attending
8th Alligator, "O.K., then you are the reason who won't enforce the Honor System because Gator football games.
the system is a failure." with proctors around, it should be the proctor'sJob Keep up the good work. We all need it.
The entire system rests upon the trust placed to prevent cheating; and further encouragement -
in you and every other student to report vio- of apathy on the part of students James Y. Wilson, Past President
lations of the Honor Code." In a later articleon with regard to assuming responsibility in the University of Florida Alumni Association
Oct. 1 it was stated, "Richman said he society of the university.The .
found language students taking quizes with their cheater would have a far bettor situation:
books open. --- Richman said he did not take Instead of being wary of any one of two hundred EVERY MORNING, HIGHLIGHTSfrom
any students' names when he observed them students who might observe him and honor their FIVE DAYS A WEEK
cheating because this is not the function of responsibility under the Honor System, all the
the Honor Court." Isn't this a little bit of double cheater has to do is avoid the glance of one
talk? Doesn't the Chancellor as a Florida proctor, whose whereabouts and gaze is readily PAGEANTMAGAZINE
student, have the same responsibilities as the discernible.
rest of the student body or is he above us all? Your proposal is not new, Mr., Sprinkle. It
In Rlchman's own words, (Sept. 8th) "The has been rejected both in principle and in
responsibility is the same." practice. Of course, we could merely use more ILGAT EXCLUSIVE SURVEY:
We have also talked with Dean Hale's office proctors and do away with the Honor System, CONGRESS RATES ITS OWN
but as has been explained in the past by numerous
and been informed that it is"Illegal for anyone" BEST
ARE
WHO
to have alcoholic beverages on campus.Studentshave surveys, even the best proctor systems do not MEMBERS:
been Informed that campus police will be even make a dent in cheating, and at most are WHO ARE WORST
checking containers at the gates to student comparable to ineffective large university Honor ...An important survey answer
seating (October 17th). Who will be checking the Systems.Our these and-other vital .//e t/on./
"West Stands" for "violators of the law?" goal, Instead, is to gradually establishan R ADS year questions!
We wonder? effective Honor System here at the University PLUS:
of Florida. Some of us believe that with hard seNSATIONAL"n SLSTltt1AHARLOW
Lee E. Marsh, 5AR work on our part and cooperation from the p REACH PEOPLE
Benny T. Ryan, CAR faculty by not proctoring exams and thus confusing -
Norman B. Nyary, 5AS students about when and where they An Intimate biography, condense'l II
Sid Parrott, GAR should operate under an Honor System, we can f PAGEANT
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submarines and the famous 15$ 'Lf
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hamburgers--try some today ville is at Fremacs--and what's' a ''t r a'#
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Fine Arts ExhibitThe BA Dames PH Dames

Fine Arts Committee of Business
Administration Pharmacy Dames will meetat I Suspended
the Florida Union is presenting Dames meet tonight at 8 p.m. the home of Mrs. Carl

the paintings of William at the home of Mrs. Donald Johnson, 2141 NW 7 Place, !

Pachner In conjunction with Hart, 2217 SW third Place.A at 8 p.m. tonight. All wives DALLAS (UPI A Dallas newspaper reported yesterday that FBI
the education department of motorcade will meet at the are invited to attend. agent James P. Hosty Jr., who Investigated Lee Harvey Oswald
the Ringling Museum of Art. Century Tower Parking Lot II before the assassination of President Kennedy, has been suspended for
The Exhibition will be on at 7:40. The speaker will be Growl TicketsThe i 30 days without pay and transferred from Dallas to Kansas City, Mo.

.| display In the Bryan Lounge, Mrs. Butler,representative of I The Dallas Times Herald, In a copyrighted news story, said the
i Florida Union, until Oct. 30. Merle Norman. east side of Florida disciplinary action came on orders from the Washington office of J.
Field will be open to stu-
SGE Meets Dames Meet dents for Gator Growl. No Edgar Hoover, director of the
FBI. J. Gordon Shanklln,In charge
tickets will be required. Tic-
ilk Sigma Gamma Epsilon Journalism Dames will kets for UF staff and faculty Frat Pledges of the Dallas FBI office, declinedto

meets tomorrow night at meet tonight at the home of were placed In the Campus comment.
8 In 104 Floyd Hall. Dr. to the Times Htrald's
According
p.m. Mrs. Don
Grooms
1423 NW Mall Monday. Those who did
Francis Haber of the History Form CouncilOn "unimpeachable sources the
,
8th Street
at 8 p.m.The speaker not receive their tickets or
Department will speak on suspension and transfer were a
will be
Alfredo Rodriguez, desire to have additional tickets -
;: "Fossils and the Problem of UF direct result of the Warren Com-
a student who took
partin should pick them up in
z Historical Time." The mission's critlclm of the FBI
publicis the Cuban Bay of Pigs Room 305 of the Florida Union. CampusAn
Invited. Invasion. In its report on the Kennedy
Film Classics assassination.

YAF MeetsThe Circle K MeetsThere "Vlrldiana," a controversial Interfraternity Pledge Class Before the report came out, ....
Spanish film, will be Council Is being formed on the UF Hosty had been on probation 90
Hon. B. Stall-
George will be a Circle K shown tonight at 8:15 campus. days, but with pay and had received -
p.m.
:;, ings of the state legislature meeting tonight at the home of In the J. Hillls Miller Health "The idea of the council is to a letter of censure. Hosty
will speak to the Young Americans Prof John P. Jones. AU mem- Center Auditorium.The show people that fraternities workto and his wife have eight children,
.;L for Freedom and Students bers reminded to the old and
are meet In film is sponsored by accomplish something, said youngest a year are
for Goldwater tonight at 7:30 the lobby of the Florida Unionat the Gainesville Film Classics \ John Shiplett, PI Kappa Phi pledge expecting a ninth.
p.m. in the Florida Union 6 o'clock. AU members are League. who is responsible for much of The Times-Herald said three

Auditorium.The requested to be present at the work done on the council's other Dallas-based FBI agents
topic Is "From ColonIalism this meeting. ALD Sign Up formation. have received letters of censure
:n to Socialism." All since the Warren report was made
Primary purpose of the councilIs
Sign up for Alpha Lamda
students and faculty are cordially Safety CourseA Two weeks the
public. news-
Delta, the women's honorary ti to organize the nearly 800 ago
invited to attend.Education .
; had
s.; society for freshmen is Mon- pledges on campus Into one organized paper said Hostya supervisor
; "babysitter" Safety body to perform come typo of been demoted and an agent In New
P. Dames day through Wednesday In the
Training Course will be offered
' dean of women's office. Any a service for the school and the Orleans given a disciplinary transfer -
* The Education and Physical by the Women's Auxiliary to Springfield 111.
said ,
student classified community, Shiplett.
woman
as :
Education Dames will hold to Alachua Medical
I County Rather than take the transfer
lUC with a 3.5 average or bet "We hope the council and its
t their regular monthly meeting Society. ter is eligible. ; projects will show that Greeks the New Orleans agent with 22
t tonight at 8 p.m. All student Lessons will be held In theJ. are willing to work for the campusas years service retired.

X wives are cordially Invited to Hillls Miller Health Center Swim Rehearsal a whole," he added.
i'';' attend the The meet-
meeting. Auditorium from 7 to 8:30p.m.
One big project a semester Is
Ing will be held at Dean and on Monday night Oct.19 to Nov. There will be a dress rehearsal planned by the council. Tentative GATOR CLASSIFIEDS
}' Mrs. Kimbell Wiles, 2221 NW 16. The course is offered free of Swim Capades suggestions as to what the pro
third Place. Dean Wiles will and all Interested persons are Thursday night at 8 p.m. In '. ject might be include taking partin PHONE UNIV. EX:

speak. encouraged to attend. the unlverlsty pool. cancer drives,heart fund drives, 2832

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Page 10,' The Florida Alligator Wednesday, Oct. 14, 1964 .
MODERN I

Holley Charges ;ihoe Repair Shop


Haydon Buries MillionsTALLAHASSEE HEELS 5 ATTACHED Mins.


SOLES ATTACHED

(UPI) Republican am making no Insinuations," Holley said. "I am merely 15 Mins.
yesterday that his gubernatorial that Burns has $1.2 million in a Nassau bank and the people
$1,215,690 In cash deposited In the Bank of entitled to know about it."
Bahamas. 'announced for the first time that his net worth was At Two Locations
Holley told a specially-called news neighborhood of $12,000 to $20,000 and asked Burns to
It "unusual" for anyone to have this public his financial worth. CAROLYN PLAZA
Burns should give the people a full believe the people are entitled to know how a candidate for FR60315And
Burn, Democratic candidate for public office makes his money, how much he has and to
Jacksonville, was not Immediately extent and to whom he is financially obligated," Holley said.
Holley's claim. He flew to Washington Mr. Burns decides to make public his net worth, I am calling 101 N. Main. St.
Lyndon Johnson and Sen. George Tuesday to include in his financial statement an explana- Opp. 1st Nat'l Bank
for Miami's proposed Interma project.An of weekly deposits to his credit in a bank in the United States
official, who declined to give name, the year of 1963, totaling more than $263,000 and why a FR65211MllDNES
Burns had an account in the bank, of this sum was made in August of 1963 and why it
in Toronto. transferred to a numbered account in a bank in Nassau,
Holley showed newsmen what he and how this sum was increased from in excess of
of bank statements from the Nassau bank. In 1963 to in excess of $1.2 million in 1964. NSTAN
or where he got the statements.
sum then, 'what was the source of this fortune In cash and:
he stash it in a Nassau account." Holley said.
St. Petersburg legislator declined to identify the U.s.
Baker q. from which Burns allegedly transferred the money, except
Query it was a bank in the South.
bank statements which Holley displayed as being photo-
bear the name of the bank and identifies the depositor
Halted AgainWASHINGTON Burns, 1805 Lorimer Road, Jacksonville, Florida,
The number of the account was 369 45 7812 and was listed yours with
confidential account on the statements.
(UPI) ChairmanB.
-
of the alleged statements shows a balance brought forward
Everett Jordan, D-N.C., of 31, 1964 of $1,115,690 and a deposit on Aug. 20 of $100,000
the Senate Rules Committee, yes- the total to $1,215,690. The other statement carries YELLOBOLL-
terday ruled out any public hear-
on Sept. 30 of $1,215,690.
ings In the Bobby Baker Investigation
how long he had known about the alleged account, Holley
until after the elections.
"to the extent that I am willing to make the matter public,
since 4 a.m. today."
Jordan issued a statement in
his own financial worth, Holley said he had a piece
which he said it
was impossibleto in St. Petersburg worth about $30,000 with a $22,000
have enough members for a on it and a bank account of something less than $1,000.
committee meeting within the next said the book value of his Interest in the law partnership of ,
three weeks due to the
heavy & Osborne was about $5,000 or $6,000. He owns about
schedule of the senators outside in common stock in a small business Investment company,
Washlncton.Johnson. home and some life Insurance with hardly any
value he said.
_. __

r Blast-- GAS WELL


& Bill

Barry antedStudentlIhargeAccounti
Mo. (UPI) "More
Office"I Episcopalian bishops,
WASHINGTON (UPIPresident and laymen have signed
Johnson rested at the White House M. accusing Sen.Barry M.
yesterday before setting out on west ye and Rep. William E.
another strenuous campaign swing, President a transparent exploitation
starting with the happy hunting of ," a layman and civil [Complete Auto)
ground of New York State. is giving announced yester-
The Chief Executive returnedat to the Service114N.W.13thSt
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Wednesday, Oct. 14, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 11SPURRIER



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t MARQUIS flAESZLER
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Confidence RacketWhen

i\':w +
I was a recruit, I learned a lot about Coach (Pepper) Rodgers

|from a card game. t4
I We were making a trip from Atlanta to Gainesville, had nothing
else to do, so we played poker. Coach Rodgers came Into the game with
I a burst of confidence, played a hand or two while waiting for the right
time, then shot the works and, as he said he would do, wiped us out. 4 :' 4 ? w1My'
Confidence and skill were the keys to his success as a player at
Georgia Tech, and It was this same confidence mixed with skilled
Florida quarterbacks Tom Shannon and Steve Spurrier showed last

Saturday.The .
confidence was there last year, so why is it Florida, lu three ,
games has almost outscored last year's 10 game output?
The answer Is a gutteral, strong lunged, curley haired coach by
the name of Ed Kensler. Coach Kensler has taken a relatively young
line and taught it to fear no one (except him) and open big holes In
opponents lines. He taught them well enough for Coach Rodger's backsto
pile up over 200 yards rushing on Ole Miss.


One At A Time


U one were to just look at South Carolina's record this year, he
would be Inclined to take our homecoming game as a pushover. But LOOKS for more running room, but can't find It against 'Ole MIss.

after viewing their game films, It's easy see why the Gators are
working hard to get up for this one too. The, Gamecock line Is big
(bigger than Florida) and fairly agile. Their backs are also big and
very hard runners. South Carolina quarterback Dan Reeves Is the Lothridge Compared"He
leading total offense man in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Spurrier,
Reeves Is also a good scrambling quarterback. It's hard to get
him in a jam. This Is the kind of quarterback who gives good offenses

trouble, for he can run his way out of trouble. reminds me of Billy During the season he threw nine offense this season Spurrier answered -
Lothridge In that he Is good In touchdown passes. "I think it has opened up a
Gaffaw Of The Week each phase of the garnet passing, This year he has been competing lot this season Tom Shannon and
running, and punting." with Tom Shannon for the Gator's I call about 75 per cent of the

John Preston, sophomore tackle from Columbus, Ga., played almostthe With this, Head Coach Ray number one signal caller post. plays and both of us favor a more
"
entire game for Injured John Whatley. All day the big tackle was Graves last week described Spurrier admits they are competing wide-open game* .
down field making key blocks. But on several occasions, in his effortto Sophomore quarterback Steve but adds quickly, "Both When questioned tbout his
block, he ran into the ball carrier. On Don Knapp's 50 yard run, Spurrier. Tom and I are good friends. In seeming reluctance to carry the
John had a block to make at the line of scrimmage. When Coach Graves continued. "Spurrier Is fact, we room together on the ball this season Spurrier replied,
Kennsler asked him why he wasn't down field, his response was, an outstanding all-around quarter- road. We know the competition "I like to run but with guys 11**
"Aw Coach, I thought I'd give the ball carrier a chance." back.fSpurrier is "there but we never talk aboutIt. Poe, Dupree, and Harper,JOudon'teet
a 6-foot, 2-lnch 193- much chance. I know they are

pound Sophomore, halls from Spurrier's greatest moment this the real runners."
Johnson City, Tenn. He attended his strong
season was the game against Miss. While running isn't
Science Hill High School and was State. He directed the now famous suit, Spurrier's talented right arm ....
<< named to Tennessee allstateteams to
Qo two-minute offense the G a tori should help guide Uw Gators
in three sports (football, to
victories in the seasons
displayed In the waning momentsof many
basketball and baseball). .
that contest. come However Spurrier. Is now
Last year he led the Baby Gators the
In guiding
Interested
As Spurrier explained, "We more
to a 3-1 record and was named to practiced all the preceding weekon Gators to a great season this year.
the All-SEC freshman team. the two-minute offense It As be said, "We have a real
consists of sideline passes and good team. Too spirit "a* been
.. :., : kind of breakswe
plays that stop the clock and still great With any "
get us within striking range. That should have antxcellontyear.Spurrier's .
; ,. y 4 field goal by Dob Lyle made all MM of an excellent
"I thInk we could end up
the practice worthwhile. year?
"
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Page 12 The Florida' Alligator Wednesday.. Oct. 14, 1964T
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Casey- New Gator Hero'Newest



member of Florida's record each time out. He caught Casey with Just one man he'd

'w t + football "hero of the week club," three as the Gators threw only catch more than seven every
r Junior end Charles Casey,Is taking nine in a 24.8 win over SMU. game," says Graves. "I seriously
de ad aim on all Gator pass He caught six, Including the vital doubt If there ir any one defensive
receiving records already.In three in the final 27 seconds to set back In the country who can cover
only three games the big up the winning field goal against Casey by himself."
Atlanta, Ga. native with the good Mississippi State In the 16-13 Florida Is In relatively good
moves and hands has pulled In 16 win at Jackson. He upped that by physical condition for the South
passes for 220 yards and three one with seven against the Rebs. Carolina game with only fullback-
TDs.Florida's "If we could be sure our captain Larry Dupree hobbled bya
single season pass opponents would attempt to cover sprained ankle.
receiving record Is 29 by

Broughton Williams (1946). Yar-
,
dage mark was set the same year
by Williams with 484 and Fergle
Ferguson set the TD mark with r
five In 1941.

Career Gator records are:Most I
l '
passes caught--43 by Ferguson w
(1939-40-41)), Most Yards on Pass
Receptions--668 by Ferguson,
d Most TD Receptions-- by Fer- _'

D guson. : : 1 ;:, a aJ '
Casey has, In only 13 games, x
caught 25 for 350 yards and four
touchdowns and Is In good position
to break all Florida career records
this year.
Casey's qualification for the
'hero of the week club" Include
PASSING WHIZ Dan Reeves will be the main Game- seven receptions for 128 yards and

cock threat for the Gator's defense this Saturday. two touchdowns In the Gators' 30-
14 victory over Mississippi.
Coaches point out that, taken
Still from game films, there have been D
Dupree Out
18 passes thrown and Intended for
y Casey this season. He's come up
Rain dampened the Florida on pass defense In the nation last with 16 of them, one was overthrown -
practice field yesterday but not the week, will be put to the acid test and the other broken up bya
spirit of the Flghtln' Gators as two weeks In a row as another defensive back.

they went through a rough Tuesday talented quarterback heads for "Casey Is one reason we went -
1 workout. Gainesville. to the lonesome end and offense," A CHOKE hold is applied
Captain and fullback of the team Graves had special praise for says head coach Ray Graves of to Gator end Charles
Larry Dupree could do nothingbut tight blocking end Gary Thomas. Florida. "He has moves like you
sit around and watch his team- "He did a fine Job for us against don't often see and his bands are Casey as he hauls in one of

mates go through full speed drillsIn Mississippi," Graves said. simply great. When that ball gets seven receptions against the W aStetCgC
full dress. Dupree Is not expected Graves credited the two plat- to him It's caught." rebels.
back until Thursday as he toon system with playing a major Casey will again be primed for
gives his Injured right leg a chance part In the Gators fast start this duty Saturday against South
to rest. year. The last time the Gators won Carolina as the Gators celebrate
Pass defense was stressed as the their first three In a row was Homecoming Day. Thus far he has
Gators got ready for No. 1 quart- back In 1960 when Georgia Tech Increased his per-game reception
erback of the Gamecocks, Dan was their third victim of the year.
Reeves. "We have been able to playboyswho

Head Coach Ray Graves has normally wouldn't start," he Tim ., < "..,.,".,'"",",
warned Ms team "" '.
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t out of the South Carolina back- has given us more time to

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Casey- New Gator Hero'Newest I



member of Florida's record each time out. He caught Casey with just one man he'd
football "hero of the week club," three as the Gators threw only catch more than seven every
junior end Charles Casey,is taking nine in a 24.8 win over SMU. game," says Graves. "I seriously
dead aim on all Gator pass He caught six, i'ncludlngthe vital doubt if there lr any one defensive
receiving records already.In three in the final 27 seconds to set back in the country who can cover
only three games the big up the winning field goal against Casey by himself."
Atlanta, Ga. native with the good Mississippi State in the 1613win Florida is in relatively good
moves and hands has pulled In 16 at Jackson. He upped that by physical condition for the South
passes for 220 yards and three one with seven against the Rebs. Carolina game with only fullback-
"If we could be sure our captain Larry Dupree bobbled bya
TDs.Florida's single season pass opponents would attempt to cover sprained ankle.
receiving record Is 29 by s ..

Broughton Williams (1946)). Yar-
dage mark was set the same year ;
by Williams with 484 and Fergle
Ferguson set the TD mark with
A h a=sly, li five in 1941.Career .

Gator records are:Most
passes caught--43 by Ferguson r j...

(1939-40-41), Most Yards on Pass
-, Ai-- ii Receptions--668 by Ferguson, :
,
Most TD Receptions by Fer- .

guson.Casey has, in only 13 games,
caught 25 for 350 yards and four
touchdowns and is in good positionto
break all Florida career records r LAR t
this year.
Casey's qualification for the
"hero of the week club" Include
PASSING WHIZ Dan Reeves will be the main Game- seven receptions for 128 yards and

cock threat for the Gator's defense this Saturday. two touchdowns In the Gators' 30-
14 victory over Mississippi.
Coaches point out that, taken
from game films, there have been
Dupree Still Out 18 passes thrown and Intended for 4

.
Casey this season. He's come up
Rain dampened the Florida on pass defense in the nation last with 16 of them, one was over-
practice field yesterday but not the week, will be put to the acid test thrown and the other broken up bya
spirit of the Fightin' Gators as two weeks in a row as another defensive back.
they went through a rough Tuesday talented quarterback heads for "Casey is one reason we went
workout. Gainesville. to the lonesome end and offense," A CHOKE hold is applied -

Captain and fullback of the team Graves had special praise for says head coach Ray Graves of to Gator end Charles

Larry Dupree could do nothingbut tight blocking end Gary Thomas. Florida. "He has moves like you Casey as he hauls in one of
lit around and watch his team- "He did a fine job for us against don't often see and his hands are aSttTCoU
mates go through full speed drills Mississippi," Graves said. simply great. When that ball gets seven receptions against the M
In full dress. Dupree is not expected Graves credited the two plat- to him it's caught." rebels.
back until Thursday as be toon system with playing a major Casey will again be primed for
gives his Injured right leg a chance part in the Gators fast start this duty Saturday against South
to rest. year. The last time the Gatorswon Carolina as the Gators celebrate
Pass defense was stressed as the their first three in a row was Homecoming Day. Thus far he has
Gators got ready for No. 1 quart- back in 1960 when Georgia Tech Increased his per-game reception
erback of the Gamecocks, Dan was their third victim of the year.
Reeves. "We have been able to playboys .
,
;..
;,
Head Coach Ray Graves has who normally wouldn't start," he UrnLaBrec \ ,\: .
warned his team of the aerial said. "Randy Jackson wouldn't be
assault which will probably come playing and neither would Thomas.It .
i out of the South Carolina back- has given us more time to
,;} field. work with the boys on one phaseof BOOTS
Florida- the number one team the game."

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INDIVIDUAL PASSING
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PUNT RETURNS SHIRTS
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86 23 63 2.7
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