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Vol. 57, No. 33 University of Florida,Gainesville Tuesday, Oct. 20, 1964 \


Lyndon Briefs Leaders; fl


Barry Postpones Visits L

WASHINGTONUPI-President Johnson and his WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen. Barry M. Goldwater yes '
top diplomatic and military advisers gave a "highly terday cancelled a scheduled campaign visit to the

classified" briefing to Republican and Democratic Eastern Shore of Maryland, scene of major civil 4

congressional leaders yesterday on the Soviet rights disturbances in the past two years.
government changeover and Red China's nuclear Goldwater's campaign headquarters offered no

explosion. Immediate explanation for the action. It merely
4 Johnson told reporters after the meeting which Issued a statement saying Goldwater had
lasted almost two and half hours
cancelled all .c he d u led ape
that the discussion also had
ranged pearances "up to the speech at
from the British election to reduction Mrs. Chotas the rikesville Armory in Baltimore -
in U. S.
government em at
6:43: p.m. EDT tomorrow

ployees.The President. said he told the night."
PositionAppointment The GOP presidential nomineehad
bipartisan House and Senate
been scheduled to deliver a
leaders that while last week's International
speech at Salisbury, the largest
developments require of Mrs. Georgia A. city on Maryland's Eastern Shore,
continual study by this
government Chotas as Health Sciences Editor and at Johns Hopkins Universityin
they also appeared to have
for the UF's J.mills Miller Health Baltimore before the armory
"reinforced the need for continuation -
Center was announced yesterdayby speech.
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ourba.slcforelcnpoUcy. Dr. Samuel P. Martin, Provostof Cambridge, Md., on the Eastern
Reitz red fea- The Chief Executive said he
UF PRESIDENT J. Wayne gets a bright the Health Center. Shore near Salisbury, was the

ther in his lapel from Miss Joyce Bleidner, as the first would call in a bipartisan task scene of major racial disturbances
force of advisers national
on security -
last year, although Salisbury itself
contributor to the United Fund Drive which
campus open matters Wednesday for a Mrs. Chotas, presently news was not involved.

ed yesterday. (Photo by Ron Sherman) discussion of the Soviet, Chineseand and feature editor for the Goldwater rested in Washington -

other international develop- university's Division of Informational all day Monday. Aides said he
ents before hitting the campaign
.. Services, assumes her new also was expected to pass up a
trail u
again. duties NOV. i. $100-a-plate "Go With Goldwater"fundraising
Suspension May BeOrganization's Johnson, who called off out-of-, She replaces dinner here last night
town trips last weekend and can-
Branch '
to store up energy for the final
celled campaign dates because of
who resigned to
two weeks of the campaign.
FateAbout the Soviet and Chinese situations, become -
associate .Some Democrats charged that
said he hoped to begin campaigning director of I. _' Goldwater's selection of Salisburywas
again after meeting tomorrowwith
40 student organizations that have not turned In annual reports public relationsat a "backhand plan for the
the task force. ,
will be suspended If the reports are not in by October 28 to the University backlash vote." Widespread civil
Student Organizations Advisor William Cross. The President told reportersthat of Rochester rights protest sentiment is thought

Student Government (SG) Secretary of Organizations Micky Miles the 17 congressional leaders In New York.member t, \ to pervade the area as a result
had been given a "highly classified -
said yesterday the Student Organizations Directory could not be A oft I Istaff of disturbances that have divided
briefing on the recent eventsin .
compiled until this Information is received. Reports should Include a uni vets It y CHOTAS whites and Negroes.
the Soviet Union and Communist
general statement of status.-finances, membership, and activities. since 1939, Goldwater will tour Penn
According to Miles, If an organization is not heard from, It is assumedto China. Mrs. Chotas has wide experiencewith sylvania on Wednesday and loaves
He said CIA Director John A.
be non-existent. various news media, having Washington Thursday for the Far
The UF Committee on Student Organizations and Student Affairs McCone and Chairman Glenn T. served on the staff of the Atlanta West. .

voted unanimously last week to suspend the organizations not reportingby Journal, the Washington Post, and

Oct. 28. (Continued On Page 2)) (Continued On Page 2)) the Gainesville Sun. (Continued On Page 2))

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PREGAME ANTICS of the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity showa has "died" during warm up drills. At right, the "players" have

bogus team of South Carolina Gamecocks (really the Fijis coordination problems. Observers say the funniest thing was

dressed in borrowed uniforms) warm up before last Saturday's the reaction of honest Gamecock supporters who cheered lust-

Homecoming football gome. Aj left is a Gamecock (Fiji) who ily until the prank became obvious. (Photos by Jim MuncasterA ) I

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2, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, Oct. 20, 1964 FEA Vigorously Opposes

Hoover Rallies, Permanent Fund's Use

But Still GraveNEW TALLAHASSEEUPI-The Florida by Gov. Farris Bryant and the Board Control in order to set
Education Association (FEA) legislature went along, earmarking up a Board of Regents divorce
the money If the voters approve, as far as possible from
in Florida
voice of teachers yes-
YORKUPI-Herbert Clark tually unchanged this afternoon.
college and is a good move In
for university Junior strengthening
Hoover, 31st president of the There has been no further evi- terday opened a vigorous campaign education
that public school buildings.The public at the unlversit
United States, rallied slightly from dence of bleeding and the vital signs against adoption of a law amounts to level.
fund at present
a state of "unresponslveness" remain stable. Efforts to clear the would permit use of the perma- Amendment
yesterday. But his doctors said intestinal tract of blood have been nent state school fund for class- pnly about $6 million and only number three
the approximately $300,000 Interest extending the life of
the outlook was still grave. effective, and measures promoting room construction. earmarking!
auto license
which it realizes annuallyis tag revenue for
The near unconsciousness bad elimination of nitrogenous The proposed law, to be votedon schoo
been caused by "toxic products"that substances have been instituted. Nov. 3, would do away with allowed to be spent. construction, important,the
The FEA board of directors, FEA said, because of the
spread through the systemof the present prohibition against expenditure urgen
the 90-year old former pres- "The level of consciousness is of anything but the Interest at a meeting here this week-end, need for school buildings In a
ident. slightly improved and he is rest. on this fund. urged defeat of the amendment, rapidly growing state.
In.? comfortablY." The rhanpa was. recommended number four on the ballot, sayingthe The FEA board, endorsing loca
His doctors said their efforts """ change would divert the prin- determination as good government

to clear the poison from his blood- Goldwater cipal of this fund which has always urged support for amendments allowing ]
stream had been successful enough been for the exclusive use of several more counties tc
to produce a slight Improvementin (Continued From Page 1)) public schools. The board calledit decide if they want to appoln
the level of consciousness. a "br. ach of faith." rather than elect their schoo

Hoover was stricken by massive So far, Goldwater has stuck to If we don't get It, we may be The FEA board urged adoptionof superintendent number five on the
Internal bleeding alte Saturday.The his promise to avoid any mentionof dead." five other constitutional amend ballot, and letting the people o
bleeding has been stopped. the arrests of former White ments relating to schools. Sarasota permit their homestead
"Mr. Hoover is making a great House aide Walter W. Jenkinson Goldwater was quoted in the The board said amendment number to be taxed for school purpose;
fight of it," an aide said. morals charges. Goldwater has article as saying he bad "no de- two, extending terms of the number six.
"We're Impressed by the fight said he would not bring up the case sire to get back into politics if
he's putting up. unless a security breech is In- I don't make it this time."

"He's got a tremendous gripon volved. Another aide was quoted In the ouR ooR.MfT

life despite the gravity of his Post article as saying:
The possibility of using the Issue D
we're all "
Illness hopeful
must have been tempting,however.A "The hell with this election.At .
Goldwater aide was quotedin least we conservatives have SHOP is A
The mid-afternoon
medical bulletin -
a Saturday Evening Post enter- gotten control of a party. What- ((-
issued at 4
p.m. EST, said:
view Monday as saying that "We ever happens in November, we
"The condition of former PresIdent
Herbert Hoover remains vir need a big, new attractive issue. aren't letting go." viRTuAL dJ "

I No Equal Time For BarryWASHINGTON U.ERY OF CDE to )

(UPI) The Fed- Burch 15 minutes last night to Committee unsuccessfully tried to
eral Communications Commissionand balance off the President's report buy time for the broadcast. The l. CACI E S e Ir
all three major networks yes- to the nation on international networks acceded, he said.
terday turned down a Republican affairs. It said this was "in a White House Press Secretary
demand that Sen. Barry M. Gold- spirit of fairness." George Reddy said, however, that
water be given air time equalto Burch charged that Johnson's he had the request for the time
that used by Pres. Johnson speech was "utterly politically in the normal manner and knewof
Sunday night in his report on the motivated." He then asked both no attempt by anyone to buy '.
Internationailituation. the FCC and the three networksfor time.In. "
The FCC, acting on a request time to enable Goldwater to addition, spokesmen for the
from GOP national Chairman Dean make a reply.It three networks denied any official
Burch, said Johnson's television could not be determined 1m- knowledge of such a request as'
address was such that it "does not mediately whether the FCC's decision Burch mentioned.Sam .
entitle other legally qualified can- was unanimous. A commission Brlghtman, spokesman for (tomanella'sGourmet
didates for the presidency to equal spokesman said the opinion the Democratic National Committee
time." will be made public "tomorrowor said the group routinely 1VrI' t @ "
The three networks ABC, CBS Thursday." approached the networks several
and NBC all based their reJection times last week to Inquire about Shop Delicatessen Dining Room
of Burch's request for Burch earlier yesterday chargedthat the availability of time for paid
equal and free time on the judge the President demanded free political commercials for the par- Open 7 days a week 11 am to 9 pm. 706 W. Univ.

ment that Johnson's report to the time for his report Sunday night ty, but that this had nothing to

people was non-political. after the Democratic. National. do with Johnson's broadcast.

(Continued From Page 1)) SuspensionEngineers ; See What'sA< New in

Of the 180 organizations on campus, American Institute of Sigma Pi Sigma, Society for the
approximately 40 have not answered Physics, Americans for Demo- Advancement of Management, Society -
the requests for reports. cratic Action, Apprentice Players, of Women Engineers,Student The Browse ShopHOW
Groups who have not turned in Arab Club, Athletic Council, Ben Association for Health, Physical
reports are : Advanced Officers ton Engineering Society, Business Education and Recreation, Student

Club, Aero Club, Alpha Epsilon' Administration Student Organizations Florida Education Association, DOES A POEM MEAN? . . John Ciardi
Delta, Alpha Epsilon Rho, Alpha Council, Delta Phi Epsilon, Student Interior Designers, Young
Kappa Psi, American Institute of Delta Theta Phi, "F" Club, Flor- Republican Club, Zeta Phi Eta,

Aeronautics and Astronautics, the ida Political Assembly, "Garcoyle"honorary Latin American Club. and Pi FROM THE GROUND UP . . .Lewis Mumford
American Institute of Industrial fraternity, John Lambda Theta.
Marshall Bar Association, Kappa Miles also asked that all UF
Psi, Men's Council,Phi Alpha Del- organizations send a list of officers TWO HOUR SHORT HAND . .Szafarz & Grahm
JohnsonContinued ta, Phi Alpha Theta,Phi Chi Theta, members, and the club con-
Phi Delta Delta, Phi Delta Kappa, stitution to his office, Room 309
( From Page 1)) Phi Delta Phi, Phi Mu Alpha, of the Florida Union.Organizationswere THE FITNESS OF THE ENVIRONMENT

Sinfonla, Psl Chi, Real Estate requested by letter to relay Lawrence HendersonTHE
Serfborg of the Atomic Energy Club, Pho Chi, Sigma Alpha Iota, this information he said.
Commission had talked In detail
about Red China's emergence as ALWAYS BE ON TIME ELEMENTS OF STYLE.Strunk: & White

a nuclear power.
Johnson said that the cabinet WAKE UP TO MUSIC
room session also IncludedA : FROM RELIGION TO PHILOSOPHY..O.M. ComfordMY
detailed report from Defense With A

Secretary Robert S. McNamara on
"defense plans and deployments," ZENITHCLOCK HOPE FOR AMERICA . . Lyndon 8. Johnson
in which the cabinet member

"emphasized, as well, the tremendous TECHNICAL & REFERENCE
cost of any nuclear holo-

caust.An" RADIO $19.95 pCOU..H'S
estimate from Ambassador- THEORY OF RELATIVITY. . . . . .Pareli
at-large Llewellyn Thompson, a
top expert on Soviet affairs, of

the "probable causes and THERMODyNAMiCS. . 4 . .lewis & Randall
estimated meaning of the removal"of .t.
Nlklta S. Khrushchev as Soviet
review by Secretary of State Oldest & Only Complete

Dean Rusk of the political meaning ZENITH Dealer Sales &, Service Campus Shop & BookstorePage
of these events.

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A : Special Memorial/ Concert Tonight I


Head,REEDPPOLE Music Department Berlioz and the overture, "Colas December of 1963 she left a $500 ;
, Breugnon" by Dimitri Kabalevsky. bequest which Is being used as \
,.i Tonight's concert, at 8:15 In A public reception In the Florida the starting point for the development ;
University Auditorium, Is a unique Union Bryan Lounge will honor of the scholarship fund. The t\
\ event. Never has a concert here Mr. Hinson, Mr. Troupln and the fund will provide an opportunity ,
: been made of Ingredients fraught members of the Cleva J. Carson for the many former students of t
with the same amount of emotional Memorial Scholarship Fund Miss Carson to honor her with
meaning or potential significancefor Committee. The special committee contributions to the fund. Also,
the University of Florida and working on the fund is headed by many patrons of music in Gainesville I
Gainesville.The co-chairmen, Mrs. W. D. Stevensand and at the UF will be able
concert honors the late Mrs. G. H. Boutelle, both to contribute materially to the
Cleva J. Carson, the Inspiring of whom were former colleagues development of the music program
5 music director of the P.K. Yonge ty
School from 1934-1947, and
recognizes the establishing of the
t : Cleva J. Carson Memorial Music TheMusical i
Scholarship Fund at UF.
Maurice Hinson Is the plane
soloist, offering piano concertosby
b. Mozart and St. Saens. Hinson
grew up In Gainesville, worked
TIMELY WATCH VALUESa. under Miss Carson while attending
Handsome 17-Jewel BARON. shock the P.K. Yonge School, was 'y Sceneof
and water resistant,* 8
pansion band., with matching ex $14. 8 graduate from the UF, and was
widely known here for his splendid Miss Carson. Other membersof at the UF by contributions to the
b. Man's 17-Jewel Baron is automatic... $19 88 work In music before going on to the committee Include Mrs.S. scholarship fund.
shock and water-resistant with match. .
ing expansion band. earn his Doctor of Medical Arts Bryan Jennings the executrixof We feel that this Is a special
'vA.n r... mutt rryilml.r. bt.rt ,'H'';,., ... degree at the University of the will, Mrs. J. Wayne Reitz, occasion Indeed! You are Invitednot
Michigan, and advanced study at Mrs. George O. Hack, Mr. George only to hear a fine concert,
'lAlE'S' AMERICAS lARGESt. JtwElERS Julllard and abroad. Corrick, Director of the Office but to take part In a significant
2 Untv Ave. Edward Troupln conducts the of Development Services of the UF event. If eve one wished to express
orchestra, which will offer In and Reid Poole, representing the appreciation or support for the
addition to the two concerts, the Department of Music. musical and cultural scene of our
"King Lear" overture of Hector When Miss Carson died in campus and town, row Is the time,
and here Is a way to do it.
Contributions and bequests to
the fund should be designated for
the Cleva J. Carson Music Fund,
Room 312, Tiffert Hall, UF,
WITH FORD MOTOR COMPANY Gainesville, Fin rid a. Checks
should be made payable to Carson
b-- I Fund, University of Florida
Foundation Incorporated.

; An Open Letter to the 1965 J


from Donald N. Frey,

Manager, Donald N.Frey was awarded a bachelor's degree in metal. GATORCLASSIFIEDSSELL I
lurgical engineering, by the University of Michigan in 1947
Ford Division of and a doctorate in 1950. One year later he joined Ford TORCLASSIFI EDSSELL
Motor Company as manager of the Metallurgical Depart.
Ford Motor Company .. ment in the Scientific Laboratory. In 1962, Dr. Frey was
j I appointed assistant general manager of the Ford Division
with responsibility for all engineering product planningand Jim
purchasing activities. He is 41 years old.

La Breo*
America's automobile industry is in the midst of a challenging era, with pros-

pects of an even more exciting and demanding tempo in the years to come.

Ford Motor Company is determined to achieve leadership in all phases of its I says. ,

operation, This leadership promises to bring lasting success to the company, its

employes and its stockholders.It .

will take people to accomplish this objective. Engineering, finance, styling, '

marketing, product planning, sales-all require people with the knowledge, It'.; j. later You on,can even get If more you can't Insurance par

judgment and personal drive to avail themselves of the unprecedented opportunities the physical exam at that time

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before. With increases in population and consumer buying power, even more

will be bought in the future. Realizing this, Ford Motor Company seeks to :

attract college graduates who have the capacity to grow with the company J

and the market.

Right now, our plans call for employing about a thousand of the best l$65

graduates we can find, with all types of educational backgrounds. We need w

specialists, but we also need persons with broad liberal-arts training who can

handle a wide variety of assignments. Actually, in our company, many grad

ates grow into jobs totally unrelated, to their degrees. They have discovered

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4 The Florida Alligator Tuesday Oct. 20 1964
"What do want to do "
you tonight?

OPINI@N 0 "I don't know. What do you wantto

do tonight, Marty?"

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How About Independents?


This past Homecoming weekend reminded us of a problem
that's been on campus ever since we can remember: what ; -
does the Independent do around here on a bit weekend?

Specifically, what does an Independent do on Homecoming r
weekend? Granted, there was a Homecoming dance and granted r.rrrr { :S
the people who put It on did a tremendous Job.
But granted also that the affair was not a success. Several (
thousand students "visited" the Hub Saturday night but not a great
number of those stayed around.
The whole project was blessed with Insufficient planning and f. : 1P-UA5

consequently was simply another casual dress Gator Hop Instead 1
of a Homecoming "Ball." I

We are familiar with Homecomings both at Florida State POLITICAL ECHOES:
University and Georgia Tech. Both have a strong fraternity
system but still managed to produce an adequate Homecomingshow

for their independents. Florida State had jazz clarinetistPete Separation Of Press From Legislative Agencies
Fountain for Its Homecoming, which was a week before
ours. -
The Alligator has traditionally shied away The ex-minority leader could well have
from taking sides in campus political arguments requested the editors of the paper to print the
But Pete Fountain or the Billy May Band or the Four Freshmenor on a purely student level,adhering to the general minutes and some action would no doubt have
Peter, Paul and Mary are not obtained for a concert or a consensus that--In respect to campus electionswe been forthcoming of a positive or negative
dance at the last minute. It takes several months of planningand -- are a monopoly press and must treat nature. However, he chose to ignore this avenue
interest enough to pursue such a task. both camps with equal coverage and also refrain and chose Instead the avenue of imperative--you
What could be a more appropriate Institution to take on from taking editorial Judgements except on cases must instead of "would you please."
the Job than Student Government (SG). Here is a project that of a very unusual nature. I personally feel the Legislative Council would
would truly serve the students. The time to begin work is now This attitude has at times be doing both the Alligator, the student body

for next year. disintegrated into a feeling and Itself a great favor if it voted to add an
People we have mentioned the idea to have said it will never of political negativism 34w admenment to the Constitution which If the
work because most of the people in the higher places in SG are rather than positive neu- student body so ruled next'spring would remove

either fraternity men or have easy access to fraternity parties tralism, the correct course -1F such a broad area of control from its hands-

during big weekends like Homecoming. which should be navigated. an area which I feel the legislative branch should
We don't believe this. There are some politicians who take Once in while,however, not possess in any society, be it the high
up breathing space on the third floor of the union and don't wantto the Alligator feels obligedto echelons of Journalism or the relatively low
be bothered with anything as common as work. But there are
take a definite stand echelon of the Florida Alligator. The principleof
many others who, for one reason or another, have a sincere Intact whateverthe
on campus political freedom of the press remains
worth-while for the student body.At .
desire to accomplish projects questions, especially when station.

The Alligator Itself SPENCERis Taken to its logical conclusion, the setting
directly Involved in the of such a precadent by the Council could resultIn

least this is what we think. controversy, ,regardless of the political parties gross usurpation of this provision If, at

So, SG Secretary Of Worth-While Projects, make a note to involved. some future date, one party held absolute sway
consider this project for next Homecoming. A big dance--a big Such a case Is that concerning the bill now over the Legislative Council and detested the
formal or at least semi-formal dance--for the Independents Is pending before the Legislative Council which coverage given it by the Alligator. It's a short
needed on this campus. would make it mandatory--If so passed--for step from requiring the printing minutes,
the Florida Alligator to print the minutes of reportedly out of a feeling if misrepresentationand
the Legislative Council. injustice to the Council to demanding that
This bill was Introduced at the latest The Alligator print "favorable" articles con-

\ Legislative Council meeting by Earl ,Barker, cerning the Council or the members thereof.It .
aba. former Gator Party mlniority leader who only probably won't happen, but it COULD happen
TODAY'S QUOTE recently took a page out of the Strom Thurmond- here.
Wayne Morse history books and bolted to I feel Barker took the wrong course and that
"Let us'start a new religion with one commandment, Enjoy V.O.T.E. Party. he should attempt to go through the "regular
th>:se 1t'." Earl is a personal friend of mine and,withouta channels" in having the minutes or a facsimile

single doubt,one of the more qualified membersof printed.
I Israel Zangwlll, 1864-1926 the Legislative Council who seemingly exhibitsa The Legislative Council and The Florida
r great amount of convictions In his legislatingon Alligator have no directly conflicting goals.

The FloridaALLIGATOR the Council. Theoretically at least, both should feel devotedto
However, I feel that Earl's proposed bill to the principle of helping the student body and
"( force in essence the Alligator to print bettering the status quo. Much more can be
Legislative Council minutes is an infringementupon done than squabbling over matters such as this.
the generally-accepted rights of freedomof Legislative Council should examine this matter

Served by United Press International the press.It closely and then decide if this, indeed, is the
is granted that no such rights in actuality correct path to pursue in gaining its ends.

Editor . . . . . . .Walker Lundy exist in regard to the Alligator.Hard to believe?
Managing Editor. . . . . . .Joel Gaston The Legislative Council,according to the Student
Executive Editor. . . . . . Ron Spencer Body Constitution, has the power.-and can Thanks From Police
Assistant Managing Editor. . . . .Nancy Brachey exercise It--to demand the Alligator to publishthe
Assistant Managing Editor. . . Ja\e Berkowitz annual budget In toto. This the Alligator has
Editorial Pate . . .Ed Barber done in the past, without much, if any,difficulty.This EDITOR:

Sports Editor. . . . . . .Glenn Laney is a public service to the readers and one
City Editor . . . . . Skip Havlser which in no shape or form infringes upon any During the football game this past Saturdaywe
freedom of the
' Campus Living Editor. . . . .Jackie Cornelius press. had officers stationed at the gates to preventfans
However, the general wording of the from bringing alcohol and large containersInto

Editorial Assistants -- Bruce Dudley, Tova Levine, Jim Constitution which empowers the Council to pass the Stadium. We had to ask only a few to
Castello, Ann Carter, Don Federman, Donita Mathison, Sam legislation demanding the Alligator to print what, leave containers outside.
Ullman, Ernie Lltz (Circulation Manager), Stan KulpCartoonist). in fact, the Council decides it desires the I am happy to report that we did not have a
Alligator to print, I personally feel is con- student.
single report of any misconduct by any
Reporters -- Patti Pltz (Student Government Beat Chief), tradictory to the established theory of separationof After the games when the Stadium has emptiedwe
Joe Kollln, Bob Golub,Joe Waldorf,Sharon Kelley,Yvette Cardozo. the press from the authority of legislative walk through and try to recover lost items,

Eunice Tall, Frank Shepard, Lee Alexander, Agnes Fowles, Fran agencies. while doing this we can say that there were
Section 212 of the Student Government
Snider, Thelma Mossman, Bill Sadowski, Marjorie Green Evan stitution reads: con- 13* fewer liquor bottles than at any game in the
Langbeln, David Kennedy, Marilyn Brlcklln, Lit Brewer,Gretchen
"The Legislative Council shall have the past.Needless
VandenBerg David Ropes, Terry Rogers, Susie Halback Joan powerto to say that our officers, withoutany
require any student publication to publish
Gaston, Pam Brown, Jeffrey Denkewaiter, Dick Dennis, Beverly such notices information complaints to distract them, were able to
or as it deem
Faber, Dick Schneider, Greg Seltz, Bunny Goldberg, Kathi Blaney, to the may enjoy the best football game ever played by the
necessary proper functioning the
Sue Dobbie. Gators.The .
government or the general well-being of the
officers who were stationed at the gate
Student Body.
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaperof before the game came in for a share of good
the University of Florida and is published five times weekly natured ribbing from the students. I think the
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Paae 6, The Florida Alligator I i Tuesday Oct. 20. 1964IGATQ&CLASIFIEDS

I ( J New Soviet Rulers,

l For Sale I L AutosJ I I t For RentROOM I Same Party LineMOSCOWUPIThe


$275. See James Smith, Town and T.D. M.G. Completely restored. FOR RENT. Male graduate
Country Trailer.3860 Archer Road $895. See at 208 NW 35 Te;. student preferred. Kitchen
after 5 p.m.(A-33-2t-p). (G-33-35-C). privileges. Call 372-2956.117 NW new Soviet The new premier asserted
rulers yesterday pledged peace Khrushchev was swept out of power
17th Street.(B-33-3t-c).
1962 Perfect with the West and said they had by the "great titanic force" of
59 CHEVROLET Impala Conver- I
"boldly cast aside" deposed the Soviet Communist party which
mechanical condition. You must tible. Low mileage, all power,new LOVELY APARTMENT Air Cond. pre- I
mier Nlkita Khrushchev becausehe he said "has I
always inspired
drive It to appreciate It.Best offer tires & battery. Must sell. Asking $80 a month. Hot it Cold water
Call 6-0123 anytime. (A-33-3t-p). $850. Call 372-1820. (G-33-3t-c). provided. 906 SW 7th Ave. near hampered Russia's progress. everything new and progressiveand
boldly cast aside whatever
10th Street. Near both hospitals. It the first "
was public policy
STOVE, RE FRIG., washing '60 MG. Sharp. $800 or best offer. Call 6-1478.(B-32-5t-c). statement by Leonid I. Brezhnev, hampers our progress.
machine, round oak table, 9x12 Call 378-1025. (G-33-4t-c).
Khrushchev whose absence
who replaced Khrushchev as Com- ,
cotton rug, TV, radio & record I munist party chief five days ago, from the big Red Square rally
play combination, hi-chair, 1959 LINCOLN Premier. RAH, I Real EstateFOR
of of whis-
and by Alexei Kosygin, who took was the subject a wave
tricycle walker wicker rocker, 2 tires
air-condition, W/W light Khrushchev's premiership. pers through the crowd, was not
captain chairs drawing table. G-33-tf-nc .
blue. Call 466-3385.(
SALE, LAKE FRONT,custom specifically mentioned by Kosygin
bookcase combination. Call 466- built, 3 Br. 3 tile bath, double They made their "Inaugural ad- or Brezhnev. But the reference
3385.(A-33-tf-nc). 1957 FORD 2-dr., T-BIRD V-8, carport, central heat. 2 1/2 acres, dresses" at a Red Square welcomefor to the fallen leader was unmls-
Radio Si Heater, Fordomatlc. paved road. $23,500 terms. the three cosmonauts who madea takeable.
NEW 1964 MOPED. Won In contest, Hurtin' for cash. Make an offer. Hawthorne 481-2375. (I-33-lt-p). 24-hour flight In the spaceship
never ridden. Will sell below list Call Jack 2-1384. 1010 1/2 West Sunrise last week. Western observers said the

price. See at 601 NW 36th Street. University.(G-32-2t-c). INVESTMENT 10 acres. High apparent milder languagere-
(A-32-3t-c). The policy lines were basicallythe
and rolling. $500 per acre. $1500 garding the Slno-Soviet dispute
WANNA MOVIN' MACHINE? '63 same as those of Khrushchevbut
down payment. Gainesville school used by Kosygin and Brezhnev sug-
1961 CUSHMAN Super Eagle. CHEV. 2-door, 300 horsepower district. Call Lei Jackson, gone from the celebrationswas gested the new regime Intends to
Excellent shape. New re-built engine, standardperfect condition. associate. Ernest Tew Realty. last year's warm-hearted adapt a more flexible and possi-
engine. Has ALL Cushman acces- Owned by local business man.Will 376-6461.. I-31-5t-c). Khrushchev welcome with prizefighter bly friendlier line towards Com-
sories. Call Roger Accardi at 376- sacrifice. 2-9868. (G-30-5t-c). victory gesture and joshing. munist China.
9236.(A-30-5t-p). There appeared to be less enthusiasm -

1964 COMET CYCLONE. 2-door I Lost Pound I than previous welcomes This coincided with publication
hardtop, 4 speed transmission. probably because the novelty has yesterday morning of a call for
I Personal"RED I $200 equity or used car and take gone out of space for the Russians.The Communist unity by Chinese Com-
over payments.372-9909 after 6:00: LOST: Glasses, gray frames. munist party chief Mao Tze-tung.
(G-30-5t-c). Lost Sat. Night near MurphreeArea. Kremlin celebration and But observers said there was
ROSES FOR ME" Oct. 22- If found please contact O.H. the new leaders'key speeches were no indication the divisive issues
24,29-31. Reservations only. Ext. 1964 KARMAN-GHIA. Like new Kirsch at 115 Sledd G or call seen and heard at home and abroadon separating the Communist giants

2671. (J-29-tf-nc). 10,000 miles, AM Radio. $2100. 372-9351. (L-33-lt-p). television by millions of had become less so.
Call Ext. 2492 or 6-8835 after 6 persons. The only real departureIn

p.m. (G-30-5t-c). LOST at the PIKE house. One the speeches from the former Referring to the Slno-Sovlet dispute -

1 Wanted I brown clutch purse, containing Khrushchevlan party line appearedto Brezhnev said the Soviet
1963 KARMAN-G1UA.16OOO miles wallet & key case. Owner only be a lack of invective againstthe Union will "work to overcomethe
AM-FM radio, perfect condition. interested In keys & ID cards. Communist Chinese. difficulties"in foreign communist -
SPANISH LANGUAGE TUTOR. $1,850. Call University Ext. 2832. Small reward. Contact Katy Davis ranks.

Must be fluent In English. John (G-25-tf-nc). Yullee Hall 173. (L-33-2t-c). The dour-faced Kosygin warnedIn

Mayer, 376-3261, Ext. 2558. his speech that the "imperialists" Brezhnev said the Soviets would
(C-33-lt-c). MUST SELL, REDUCED $50 each. LOST: 1 brown leather card case presumably the United work for an international congress
'60 TR-10, 4 dr., R&H $325. '57 containing many licenses valuable States and Its allies-still follow of Communist parties to contri-

TR-3, WW, boot cover, tonneau, only to me. Reward. Contact Bob policies which "endanger peace bute to the "realization of these
SINGLE MALE FACULTY PROF. R&H $525. 2-6471 after 11 p.m. Hefley. 135 East, 372-9128. (L- and do not contribute to detente." aims"
wants 1 bedroom furnished apt. or Ask for Mike in Rm. ##3. (G-28- 31-3t-c). "We cannot ignore this factor,"

1 or 2 bedroom furnished house 5t-c). Kosygin declared. There was no mention of the
near U.F. In NW or SW section. LOST: in Matherly--SilverRonson .Dec. 15 preliminary gathering of

Call FR 2-1916 before 9 a.m. I ServicesCOLORED I Butane Lighter. Initials L.J.B. 26 nations proposed by
(C-33-4t-c). Very worthy reward for much Khrushchev. Onservers said if It
valued article. Call Lee 2-9353 or GRIDIRONGREENBACKS
LAD DESIRES to do is held on schedule its character
2-9479. (L-29-5t-p).
CO-ED Cook dinner for 4 laundry in her home Good experi probably would veer away from the
handsome, starving students.Free ence. Call FR 6-7079. 1631 NE showdown which Khrushchev en-

transportation and modern kitchen. 4th Ave. (M-33-2t-c). I MODERN I Every Sunday In The visaged.
Call 6-0123 for details. (C-33-3t-

P). WESTERN HORSE SHOW Oct. 25, >hoe Repair Shop Brezhnev and Kosygin led the
Gainesville Sun
1 p.m. Taylor Ranch,4 miles North welcome for the space heroes
West of Wllliston on U. S. 27 HEELS ATTACHED who made 16 orbits of the earth
ONE MALE STUDENT to share 2 $100 CASH
Alternate. (Bronson RoadM334tc Oct. 12-13--cosmonaut pilot Vlad-
large rooms and private bath with ). 5 Mins. AWARDED imir M. Komarov, 37; Kr. Boris
two students. $33.33 per month Yegorov, 27, and space engineer
See at 104 S. W. 8th Street.C23tfnc RUBY'S ALTERATIONS reason- SOLES ATTACHED Each Week Konstantln P. Feoktlstov, 38.
( ).
able prices, across from Tigert 15 Mins.
Hall at 1238 SW 3rd Ave. Phone
6-8506. (M-33-lt-c).

617 N. Main St. Including preparation of monthlyand FR6-0315

SUZUKISales quarterly reports. Call 372- And
& Service 5209. (M-29-St-c).
101 N. Main St.

p. MILLER SONS AUTO PAINTING Opp. 1st Nat'l Bank Try
SHOP, all cars $29.95; body work.
We have moved to 1619 S. E.

...,vst aaw Hawthorne Road. All work

..b 91 M .t guaranteed. (M-13-20t-c). LARRY'SWONDERHOUSE


Open 6:15 See Both uD.lliiJi Things Done
Show 7:00 Late as 8:50
]JJJ'J] Call 3763261Ext.
At 7:00 &; 11:10 2832
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Tuesday, Oct. 20, 1964, The Florida Alligator., Page 7

HELP ON ... ... ... ........ .. .... ....... ..... .. ,
; '"'' ""... ...".. ." ... .. . . .. ,

SELECTING YOUR CAREERIt Campus News BriefsStrictly

could be the most important decision of your life the
career you choose for yourself when you graduate. Before
you decide, get the answers to these 5 questions: r

1. Which career field produces more top corporation presidents Social Angel Raffle
than any other?
2. Which career field offers 100,000
new openings next
Single graduate students and A date with an Angel at Gen-
and every year for the next ten
year years?
junior and senior coeds are eral Gaines Steak Room will
3. Which career field lets you make the best use of all your Invited to a coffee hour Sat- be the prize offered to four .
college training, including liberal-arts courses? urday night from 8 to 11 at lucky men holding winning raffle

4. What starting salary can you expect in this career? the Florida Union Social Room. tickets. I
Dress Is Informal, but slacks
5. Does this career offer you security?
will be
prohibited for women. Angel Flight members will

You can get the answers to rthese --------------, Entry charge (tor men only) sell tickets at 25 cents eachto BURNSUFer
questions and many I "Council I Is 50 cents. AFROTC men this week I
in fact-filled, 24 page I 550FlfthAve.NewYork36N.Y.on Opportunities"others I through drawing time, Oct. 28. Heads
booklet, yours for the asking, I I ConcertMaurice
without cost or obligation.This I Please send my copy of the free I
Opportunity booklet was paid I Opportunity booklet I
for by public-spirited leaders I Name I Hinson will be a Campaign .
of American industry as a I I 11 featured pianist tonight In a
service to you. It costs you I Address I apeclal concert given by the "I knew two weeks ago about
nothing but a minute of your I City .Zone_ I U F Symphony Orchestra in PreLawThe f$ the photostats said HaydonBlll)
time to fill out the coupon at I State I memory of Cleva J. Carson, Burns Jr., son of Florida's demo-
right-yet it may change your I UF-10-19 I director of music for 13 yearsat cratic gubernatorial candidate and
entire life. L___________ __-I
P. K. Pre-Law first
Yonge LaboratorySchool Society will trimester freshman at the UF.
who died In Dec. 1963. hold Its regular meeting tonight He was referring to the con-
Hinson, a former pupil of In the Law School Court-i troversial photo copies of bad
Miss Carson will play Mozart room (Room 120) at 8:30 p.m. rn statements of an alleged accountIn
and St. Saens. Concert time Guest speaker will be Mr.Werner -\m Haydon Burns' name In a Nassau -
Is 8:15 p.m. at University Aud- Huth, chief counselor of the bank.
i| Itorium. Alachua County Juvenile Court. Republican candidate Charles
AU students planning to enter Hoi ley claimed last week that
law school are Invited. ] Burns had $1,219,600 In cash deposited -
1 In the Dank of Nova ScotiaIn
RunnersupRunnersup Nassau. Volley produced copiesof
recent statements on the alleged

for the I'I'Scholarships account.
Homecoming Sweetheart Burns Jr. said his father was
not too distressed by the recent
contest were not given first A.-I
or second place titles accordIng Prof. A. A. Murphree, charges, especially since similar
derson 202,1s: accepting applications photostats had been uncovered
:: to Zollle Maynard, chair-
: man of the Homecoming Sweet- froiq people Interested z bearing the same figures and Hoi-
heart Committee. In obtaining a Rhodes Scholar- ley's name.The .
Our editorial eye lights this month on paperbacksthat Betty Wendt was Incorrectly .hl.; :::- candidate's son said he has

are frankly, unabashedly timely. The first Introduced Friday night at Gator t; "no aspirations" for a future In
provocative case in point is THE RADICAL RIGHT Growl as the second runner-up. Deadline for applications Is politics for himself. He plans
(Anchor, $1.45)), a symposium which draws on ". Both Miss Wendt and Carolyn Oct. 24. Qualifications are sin- a career In Public Relations after
the talents of nine distinguished sociologists and : McDonnell, also a runner-up, gle male UJS. citizen, with at graduating from the UF.
lie Is active, however In seeking -
least five domicile and
share equal titles Maynard years
political scientists including David Riesman
for his father
support on cam-
::- said. at least a junior standing; offi-
Peter Viereck, Seymour M. Lipset, and the book's cial endorsement of the university. pus. He heads a central committeethat
editor, Daniel Bell. Contributors comment specif- "< Is planning a publicity campaign ..
ically and significantly on the perennial recur- : Angel Flight In Gainesville this weekend.
rence of extreme rightist movements in America; The 32 scholarships offered The candidate was in Gainesville
the radical right in'60s politics; the revolt againstthe .ti:: Applications for Angel Flight, the United States for study at for the Homecoming festivities -
elite; climates of tolerance and intolerance in t: an Air Force ROTC drill team, Oxford University,En gland and enjoyed all of them"even
Gator Growl and the John MarshallBar
value about each and
r now are being accepted at theN $2,900 are
England and America; and, inevitably, the John Association skits," according
Florida Union desk. awarded basis.
on a two-year
Birch Society. It's an objective, incisive study to his son.

and eminently worthwhile. I : ... "We always enjoy goodnaturedcuts
: m:; m'f.p.. it1 ,. .. '. ':z : "
W <<> ." i jfa bw'&i'it&MWrtNWWtQWwW and digs, he said.ENGINEERING .
Equally timely, is Paul Bohannan's AFRICA AND -

AFRICANS (Natural History Press, $1.25)). Pains-

takingly separating myth from fact, Professor I .
Bohannan (of Northwestern's anthropology

department) surveys colonialism and the slave ... .
trade; tribes and families; markets, politics,
courts, religions, and arts; and the nature of
Africa's new nationalism and neutrality. Most
reviewers have agreed with the N. Y. Times Book Seniors and Graduates in MECHANICAL,

Review critic, who cited this as "perhaps the best AERONAUTICAL, CHEMICAL
short general book on Africa." ELECTRICAL,
We suspect that folk and freedom songs will out- ENGINEERING
last even the ever-piesent "lIootenany." A hun-
dred convincing reasons for this have now been '"-'r.',. \ ;" ENGINEERING MECHANICS
.. .;'f; ,
collected by Edith Fowke and Joe Glazer in SONGSOF :', APPLIED MATHEMATICS


oversize, but perfectly portable paperback provides PHYSICS

words, music, history and guitar chords for
100 songs of social protest from'The Cutty Wren"

(England, 1381)) to "We Will Overcome" (U.S.A., .-
'64).from standbys like "Casey Jones" and CAMPUS INTERVIEWS

"Drill, Ye Tarriers, Drill" to "My Sweetheart'sthe
Mule in the Mines." It's an amazingly com-

plete, irresistible collection.
October 30Appointments

The three books reviewed above are publithed by -
should be madein
the sponsors of tAi column, Doubleday Anchor
Book, t77 Park Avenue, NtH York City and The advance through your
Natural History Press Garden City, .VW 1'ork. College Placement Office
You'll find them all at one of the best equipptd Pratt & "
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Page 8, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, Oct. 20, 1964

I Florida Prepares For fRed' Alabama I


"They're wearing red and so will "It's Alabama,"said the Florida In football" said Graves of the game In good shape with Jack He said he would give an Injury

Alabama," was what Coach Ray coach, when asked what the Gators Crimson Tide. Harper's knee being the only major report to the press every day but

Graves told his Gator football team would particularly have to worry a- "This Is our toughest assignment Injury. Harper will miss two days that was all.

when they left the locker room bout Improving for Saturday'sgame. to date," said the Gator of practice but will be ready to go
to play the South Carolina Game- coach. Saturday, according to Coach But Graves said the main objective -

cocks Saturday. "They can beat you anyway Graves said the Orange and Blue Graves. Is to be the first teamto

After Florida's 37-0 victory, somebody can possibly beat you came out of the South Carolina The Florida coach said the offen- beat Alabama In Tuscaloosa

Graves said the "red" jerseyswas sive blocking In the South Carolina twice.

probably the only resemblance I IN THE WHIRLPOOL. game was the best of the season,
between the Gamecocks and the but added the Gators"looked slop- "We're going to Tuscaloosa with

Crimson Tide.Yesterday o o0o py" on penalties. The Gators the dedication that It can be done

Florida's Gators were penalized 63 yards In the twice In a row," be said, after
started to prepare for Paul (bear) game against the Gamecocks. the Florida victory over South
Bryant's Alabama team In com- Carolina.
Graves pointed to Instances
plete secrecy as even the press
was bared from the practice field. where holding and off-sides pen-
"We want to be alone this week alties stopped major Gator drives.

y until we show up in Tuscaloosa," BRUCE DUDLEY The Florida coach didn't say .

sale Coach Graves, explaining the Assistant Sports Editor"They're what the Gators would be concen- Mastiff.CA11ege

chance In procedure. rated No. one, and that's what they are." trating on this week In practice.

t I. f/' Editor's Note: H"',::; That's how South Carolina quarterback Dan Reeves described

We have one of the '" Florida's pass defense.
:: finest teams In the South ; Reeves who was the fourth leading passer In the country going into

z and maybe in the nation. :: the game with the Gators completed six out of 19 for 43 yards against BONNARD/BRAQUE/CHAGALL/GOYA
.' Friday night the boys Florida.

leave for Tuscaloosa, 0-' "They're just tough," said Reeves leaving Florida Field Saturday.This PICASSO /DAUIUIIER IPIRANESII BASKIN
Alabama at 7:00 p.m. Isn't the first time the Gator pass defense has been called

r.They will leave from "tough" and it probably won't be the last. Alabama will be the next
the Murphree Area for to utter the words.

the Gainesville Airport. The strangest thing about the "tough" Gator secondary is Its size.
Let's show them how Not one of the Gator pass defenders Is over six foot.

{ much we appreciatethem Before the season started, Coach Ray Graves said Florida had one
from S5.00'TERMS
by showing up for of the best and smallest secondaries in the Southeastern Conference;
the biggest sendoff ever and he wasn't kidding. ( )
:: accorded a Florida : Graves says one reason for this group's fine spirit Is the fact Send for catalogue $1.00 (deductible on 1st
purchase-SOO illustralions-700 priced
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football team. Then, his platoon system has made them first stringers, where perhaps
let's all 15,000 of us they would not have seen as much action on offense. FERDINAND ROTEN GALLERIES
escort them to the Senior Ken Russell and junior Bruce Bennett are both former
airport. quarterbacks who made good last year as safetymen.Allen Trammell, 123 W. Mulberry Street, Baltimore. Md I201

Dick Kirk and Jerry Newcomer are all transplanted halfbacks who
have seen plenty of action In the defensive backfield this year.

Jimmy Hall, extra point specialist, also puts In some time In the
Newcomer is the largest of the defensive specialists at an even

Six-foot and 188-pounds. itp'gEEI
U r The its size.rest of the defensive backfield is just as outstanding exceptfor can get

"But," says Coach Graves "What they lack In size they make up
: In effort. Their attitude and morale are outstanding."
e',:"':.. ,' '\'9!,; "It's a good feeling to know that the last men between the goal
,+::.t,4,..., i line and the ball carriers have out there said for
:.. are as good as we ,
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( There's no doubt that it's a good feeling for Gator fans, but opponentscan
only shake their heads and mutter "
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