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Vol. 57, No. 34 University of FloridaGainesville Wednesday, Oct. 21 1964'THE


Nation Mourns For Ex-President !i ir


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Chamber 31st President

Praises Succumbs At 90


Statesman Funeral services will be held an engineer abroad resulted In an

I In St. Bartholomew's Church, New accumulation of great wealth and

I York, Thursday, for the nation's In him being placed in the national

AGNES FOWLES i 31st President,Herbert Clark Hoover spotlight. Named Secretary of

Staff Writer"I who died yesterday morningIn Commerce under President War-

personally know of no man who New York. He died after a ser- ren G. Harding, Hoover continuedIn

has commanded higher respect ies of Illnesses and a recurrenceof this capacity under Harding'

than Herbert Hoover," said Exe- \ massive gastro-Intestinal hem- successor, Coolidge then won the
cutive Vice-President of the orrhaging. Hoover was 90 and the GOP nomination and the right to

Florida State Chamber of Com- oldest living American ex-Presi- oppose Democratic nominee Al

merce Harold Colee. dent.On Smith, governor of New York, In i,
Colee stated that he had known Sunday, he will be flown to the 1928 election. Hoover, riding .1

the late president since the early his hometown of West Branch, the wave of Republican prosperityIn

days on the Florida East Coast Iowa, to be buried under a simple the Roaring Twenties,,wept past

Railroad after 1928, when Hoover headstone he selected himself. the "Happy Warrior" in an elect-

came to Florida each year for His wife, who died In 1944, Is Ion which saw, for the first timeIn

bone-fishing at the Keys. buried In Stanford University In the century, Republicans make

As the railroad public relations California. Her body Is to be great gains In traditionally Demo-

director, Colee had occasion to aq/fI/ : brought to Iowa and burled by his cratic areas of the South.

ride the President's special train. !1 ,lip/! / i.S S SUiilftll7tr With the weight of the Great
i side.Hoover
According to Colee, he came to ,! !: rRtalh! r5 31st. President of the Depression hanging around his

know Hoover intimately and United States, was stricken Sat neck, Hoover was renoinltuted by

correspondence was kept up urday by massive bleeding In his the Republicans in 1932,but suffered -

through the years. HERBERT CLARK HOOVER stomach and Intestinal regions. bitter near-landslide defeat at

When congressional action pro- This was the third major Illnessto the polls by Democratic nominee,

posed the dedication of the Her- strike the aging American elder 'New York Governor Franklin De

bert Hoover Dike In 1961, Colee No ExtensionOn statesman In more than two years. lane Roosevelt.For .
had the honor of presenting a The Republican nominee for a time thereafter lie was
President In 1928 when Calvin the most United
sliver replica of the engraved tri- reviled man In the
bute to Hoover Coolidge elected not to try for another States, blamed for the country's
MachinesFood term, Hoover held the reins worst depression.But .
The dike, located on Lake Oke-
chobee near Clewlston, was con- of the presidency at a time of except for the changes Imposed -

structed during the 30's. The late great Internal upheaval and eco- by the passage of time, his
President Hooverprovlded$75,000toward vending machines on cam- weather coming It would be convenient nomic travail. For his actions and counsel to the country remained ,

the completion of this pro- pus will not be extended beyond to have the machines in dorms lack of action during the Great the same. "Keep the faith," he
what it is now, according to UF without cafeterias or snack ban," Depression which began In 1929,
ject to make safe the waters of (Continued
on Page
Associate Business Manager WIl-. she said. Hoover received much blame In
the lake.
liam E. Elmore. Assistant Housing Director later years, but recently a counter
Yesterday, Colee was officially
Last year women residents madean William E. Neylans said he could reaction had seemingly set In. SEE POLITICS
notified of Hoover's death and '
unsuccessful attempt to have see no difference between getting Hoover's career spanned many II
funeral services, which will be at
St. Bartholomew Church, New soup and sandwich machines installed sandwiches from machines or call areas of public service. With a I
In their dormitories. Ing an order-out establishment and beginning reminiscent of Horatio PAGE TWO
York, Thursday. "I thought It was
Elmore said the decision was having sandwiches delivered. Alger .tales, Hoover's carpor u
very thoughtful of them (Lt. Gen.
made not to have anything other
Robert W. Porter, Jr., CommandIng -
than crackers, milk and soft drink
Gen., 1st US Army officiallysent machines. UN Statesman To Speakas I
note.) to notify me, Colee "Due to the number of snack
said. He hopes to rearrange his
bars on campus we see no needto
schedule so that he will be able have anything more than Godfrey Amachreedistin Secretary to the Southern Cam- principal legal advisor to the

to attend the services. between-meal refreshments in the guished statesman and diplomat, croons Executive. His appointment Government of Nigeria and represented -

machines," Elmore added. will speak here tomorrow night as Solicitor General of the Fed- the Crown In all civil liti- I

"The matter of soup and sand- at 8:15 In the University Audi- eration of Nigeria was made In gation. lie acted as Attorney Gen-
wich machines hasn't been broughtup torium. 1937. In this Million he served eral on several occasions.

In Interhall, although some of
the hall councils have mentionedthe Amachree's subject will be"The

Friday possibility of getting them," New Africa." The program Is :

according to Barbara Rowse, sponsored by the Fla. Union For- x
chairman of the interhall division ums Committee.
UF Student Directories shouldbe
to, r
of the Women's Students Association p '
out by Friday, according to '
(WSA). I
Amachree Is the UnderSecretary -
Student Government (SG) vlce- _
"With winter and unpleasant of the UN Departm ent of S.S
presidential aid Fred Hedstrom. ; :: :::
Delivery was made to the women's "l:( T' '';; ',:'1- : s, : ,: .,.: Trusteeship for Non-Self Governing _ t
Nations, former Nigerian Minister sy
dormitory areas ,estelday--
of Justice and Solicitor General -
men's dorm areas, sororities,and Police Chief
of the Federation of Nigeria.He .
fraternities will receive their
works directly; under and closely -
copies today and tomorrow. _
Offers Escort with Secretary General U Thant.
A total of 7,500 directories
While his UN responsibilities
allows only one directory per
Gainesville Chlef-of-Pollce
embrace the problems of the newly -
room, Hedstrom said. Actual distribution -
William Joiner said yester- I emergent nations throughout the
of the books Is being day the UF can have police j world his special Interest is the

handled by the head coordinator esort for the football team ; sub-Sahara countries la his native .1
In the various residential areas.
and fans for a motorcade to Africa.
Off-campus residents will nave the Gainesville Airport Fri

an opportunity to pick-up a directory day night. Born to Calabar In eastern Nigeria

at the booth across from the The team undefeated this be attended Government

Hub from noon until 3 p.m. year, leaves Gainesville College In Umuihla, and then went

on Wednesday, Thursday, and Fri airport at 7:30 p.m. for Tuscaloosa j for advanced studies to the University
day next week. Students must Ala. of London and Pembroke

present their picture ID to receivea The motorcade will start College, Cambridge. continuedhis :1r : H : '

copy. They are reminded of the following an Impromptu pep] study of law at Grays Inn,

one book per room limit. rally at the buses which will London, becoming a barrister and ,

Hedstrom expressed thanks to take the team to the airport.The later Queen's Counsel
the Trt Dolt, AOPi and Sigma buses will leave from the j jMorphree GODFREY AMACHREE, former Under-Secretory of

Kappa sororities, aDd to Theta Chi, Area at 7 pun. Back In Nigeria In 1949, be was the UN Deportment of Trusteeship for Non-Self Covering -
SAE, and P1XA fraternities for appointed Crown Counsel,and subsequently -
served Nations, Is to speak here at 8:15 PM tomorrow.
aid In distributing the books. as.Acting Legal

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Page 2, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, Oct. 21 1964

Holley Says Burns Being Investigated

TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Repub- the Informant, in the neighborhood Holley told newsmen that the it is grounds for Burns to sue opposed Burns In the primary
lican gubernatorial candidate of $60,000.1I01ley Justice Department agent he talkedto him for libel. Holley refused to talk.

Charles Holley said yesterday thata flew here to tell a special said the government first considered Holley was pressed repeatedlyby
man claiming to be with the news conference substantiallythe criminal fraud charges newsmen for the name of the "Could It have been Mayor
Justice told them justice Department agent or of the Robert King High of Miami?"asked
Department Hay- same story that was carriedby against Burns but dropped
don Burns Is under Investigation the Fort Lauderdale News Mon- for lack of proof. third party who put him In touch one newsman?

for civil fraud In connection with day In a copyrighted report from He said if his charge is untrue, with the official. "No comment," replied
allegedly Improper Income Washington. Neither Holley nor Holley said it might embarrassthe "Was it Sen. Scott Holley
tax but he said he would call Kelley ot
returns. the News would Identity their men Lakeland?" asked
the Justice Department man and re-
source by name. HooverContinued
Holley said he has never seen his porter.
to use
Burns denied the $60,000 figure ask his permission
the Informant but that he was
and said nothing could be further name. "No comment," was the
vouched for by a third party whom from the truth. He said the mat- ( from 1)) He said the man who called him
Holley knows well and trusts. page
at Holley at first said
ter in contention between him and from a Washington hotel room that his

He challenged Burns, his Demo- the Internal Revenue Department 11 p.m. one night recently and Justice Department Informant was
told his fellow Americans.In then the Justice Depart- an "attorney for the Justice De-
cratic opponent for Governor, to Involved the method of handling put on
later and calmer years, most Floridian but partment." Later, he said he
authorize the Justice Departmentto Income tax deductions on a$35,000 ment agent was a felt
tell everything it knows about loss he Incurred as a result of a Americans realized that Hoover he refused to say any more about reasonably sure that "a man in
his alleged tax Involvement.And loan he made to a corporation and to a great extent had been this position has to be at
he said the amount Burns said the matter Is still under abused as a scapegoat to explaina him.Asked if he could be one of attorney" but he said this was
disaster that may already have candidates who not his title.
allegedly owes was, according to study.he the Democratic
been inevitable by the time he
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took the oath of office.

His reputation restored, President
Demos Serious ChangesNot
Disregard Truman called him into government

service on several occasions

notably to head a com-
mission to study ways to save
God Says BarryWASHINGTON money In government. Needed-LBJ

Hoover later headed a similar WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi- taro, Increase and strengthen out
(UPJ)- en. BarryM. repeated "soft on communism" commission for President Eisenhower dent Lyndon Johnson declared yes- preparedness."
Goldwater last night pledged charges against the Johnson administration and came up with suggest- terday that recent changes in the And he said that "In actionsas

"my every effort to a reconstruction before a Flkesvllle, ions for saving billions of dollarsa Communist and free worlds do not well as In words we shall

of reverence and moral Md., audience near Baltimore.In year. at this time indicate any "sharpor assure our Allies and adversaries

strength" In America and again his television speech, Gold- serious changes" are neededIn alike that we seek a world of peace
accused the Democrats of an "ut water said "
: Even In his 80's, Hoover con UJS. policies.The with honor.
ter disregard of God." "Something basic and dangerous tinned working so bard In what be President made the state- Johnson further promised to

The Republican Presidential Is eating away at the morality whimsically called his "unending ment to newsmen after meeting "pursue those policies at home

candidate sounded the morality dignity and respect of our public chores" that it required more than two hours with his which continue our domestic
theme of his campaign In a paid, citizens-old as well as young, "
four secretaries and a research Cabinet for a wide ranging dis- growth.
half-hour television address to the high well low...
as as
assistant to keep up with his rug cussion of domestic and inter-
nation. "...Is this the time In our na-
ged pace. He tackled a work load national issues. 4 Do your laundry
Recorded in advance It tion's for federal
was history our gov- that kept him on the go 14 hoursa Johnson called the Cabinet meetIng '" while shop
broadcast at about the time you
same ernment to ban Almighty God from
day, seven days a week. mainly as a result of last
our school rooms? week's Soviet government changeover

"...We are strongly spiritual President Truman called Hoover the Communist Chinese

DemocratsDiscover people, or we have been, and because back into government service in the nuclear explosion, and the Labor :
of this and this only, we
1950's to head a commission to party's ousting of the Conservatives
have become great material
a study ways to economize in govern for control of the British
people. And the danger I sense .
ment. He Issued a report that .government.The '
tonight and today Is that too many
showed how to save billions of President told reportershe
Americans look upon the measureof Every lOfh LoacTFREE
and his Cabinet had reached
dollars. He headed similar commissions
greatness and the test of free-
during the Eisenhower "certain conclusions" as a resultof
dom In a material way..."
Goldwater deplored recent Sup administration. official reviews of last week's 7O4 W. Univ. Ave.

(UPI) A national reme Court rulings banning pre- In 1954 when the Western nations "significant developments." He
Democratic campaign strategist approved the admission of said these conclusions Included: I
scribed devotional exercises as a
said he learned yesterday of surprise West Germany to the North Atlantic -

"plus factors" In his par Goldwaterrequired Treaty Organization NATO, Johnson"Changes GAS WELL
ty's favor In Alabama and Mis- Hoover, then 80, went to Bonnon

sissippi for the presidential election a goodwill mission. -- In the Communist
part of daily programs In Hoover was born of Quaker par world and free world do not at

Larry O'Brien, director of organization public schools. ents. His father, a blacksmith, this time indicate any sharp or WantedStudenlZhargeAccounh
for the Democratic National lie challenged Congress to vote died when he was six and his serious changes in our policy."

Committee, huddled with on a proposed constitutional mother died four years later. He --"The utmost Importance of
loyalist Democratic leaders of amendment that would override the lived with relatives and attended continuity and stability in U.s.

Alabama, Mississippi and Georgia high court's decisions. He added: Quaker schools In Iowa and Ore- policies."

In a strategy session.As "Unfortunately, the platform of gon.At .."We shall pursue a courseof
the Democratic party is entirely the age of 17, he entered reasonable and responsible Complete Auto

to Georgia, O'Brien said he silent on the question of a prayer Stanford University and worked his watchfulness" with confidence In

found reason for "cautious opti amendment. In fact,you will searchin way through college by working at the nation's military and economic Service114N.W.13thSt

mism." lie said he found there vain for any reference to God odd Jobs. He also met Lou Hen- strength and in the nation's unity.A .

are more "friends" than he had or religion in the Democratic plat- ry, an Iowa-born coed,at the school .. recognition "that it Is

expected ready to work for the form. and married her In 1899. They had necessary for the United States to .
"This Is a matter of regret two children. continue to be '
party's national ticket in Alabamaand prepared for the
Mississippi.The because religion is of concern to Hoover studied mining engineering long pull."
all Americans, no matter what In college and entered the Along that line, he said this Ph 3721489
have been their party label may be. Thisis profession upon graduation.
Repulicans widely country "will, continue to main- .....
credited with making big InroadsIn a matter of even greater regret By 1914, he had held a success. ,

all three states, particularly when we realize that this plat ion of Important positions and
In Alabama and Mississippi. In form, with its utter disregard of amassed a fortune estimated at

Alabama, the Democratic elector God, was written the exact: specifications 6 million.

slate Is not pledged to support of Lyndon Johnson." During World War I, he formed

the national party ticket., Goldwater urged a return to a commission to provide relief F :
humility and reverence in American for Belgium and northern France

O'Brien said he was aware of life, with emphasis on family which had been Isolated by a German
"technical problems" his party effort and elimination of Immorality and British blockade. The MJ

has In both states but added the at the highest levels of the commission provided food and sup KEEP ALERT TABLETS

strategy session showed "thereare land. plies In a fleet of its own ships. r I

a goodly number Democrats
In both states anxious to assist
the Democratic ticket In any way Novo c
they can." -

O'Brien would not make further CASH THE SAFE WAY to stay alert

claims In behalf of his party as
to those two states but said that
In Georgia he found a tremendous without harmful' stimulants

buildup In campaign organization

made In the past three weeks. NoDoz keeps you mentally makes you feet drowsy while
"I'm going to report to the MARION } INANct alert with the same safe restudying, working or driving

president a note of cautious optimism fresher found in coffee. Yet do as millions do Park up
about Georgia," O'Brien NoDozisfasterhandiermore with safe, effective NoDoz:
told reporters after the strategy FR 6-5333 Loans up to 5600 222 W. Univ. Ave. reliable.Absolutely not habit- Keep Alert Tablets.

huddle In a downtown hotel forming.Next time monotony Aiathtr e.'s*ct tf Crt..La tiI' !

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Wednesday, Oct. 21 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 3 I j

HC Cleanup j

FBK Mortar Board I

Just BegunSUSIE f

Presidents Speak I


Writer AGNES FOWLES a week Florida Blue Key Speakers,

Although the big Homecoming Staff Writer and recognition of outstanding pro-

weekend is over, work has just fessors on campus.
begun for those In charge of Florida Blue Key President Ron Founded in 1923, Blue Key is an
cleaning up the campus and LaFace and Mortar Board Presi- honorary men's fraternity, presently -
dent Gall McKallb addressed
t restoring things to normal. numbering 55 members.
According to Calvin Greene, Freshman Council at Its second "You seek out Blue Key," La-
director of Plants and Grounds, meeting of the trimester Monday Face said. "To encourage participation -
the clean-up operation will night. In extra-curricular activities -
\\I- Mortar Board seeks out Its 25 is its main goal," he said.
'\II, monopolize the attention of over
100 people for at least the next woman membership to recognize To qualify for Blue Key a stu-
week. women leaders on campus, Gail dent must have a 2.0 average,
Under Greene's direction, the said. It taps girls, the trimesterof five trimesters school,and three t
Le/ janitorial staff responsible for their junior year,for leadership, fields of extra-curricular activ
eMiM removing all staging and chairs, scholarship, and service qualities.She ity--excelling In one of these
the maintenance staff responsible cited the Homecoming Buffet fields.
for dismantling all lighting and and Christmas on Campus as Campaign speeches were given
sound equipment, and the grounds Mortar Board's two major pro- by Council members running for
_f staff responsible for cleaning the jects. president and secretary. Voting
The four major functions of Blue will take place at the next Council
general campus area, are alreadyat
"Ol tti o IIGE r11 Oa% go : work. Key as pointed out by LaFace meeting Nov. 2, in Florida Union

., The fraternities and sororitiesare are: Homecoming, TV shows once Room 324.
? "" responsible for dismantlingtheir
&nft 1@
OIfJJtW" own decorations, and the city
of Gainesville will remove donated
telephone poles. Greene had no Oil Co.ExploringNixed
Aft HliIl : idea as to when these jobs wouldbe
: done.

': > .,. Clean-up of the stadium and drill State
>\ by .
'ft. '; <) field will be taken care of by the
athletic department as manpowerIs
available, but will be finished
to drill from the state and pay an
before the next football game, State Cabinet refused yesterdayto annual rental plus a royalty of
October 31
grant Phillips or any other one-eighth barrel on every barrelof
BETH KRASELSKY, Seminole managing editor, gets .- oil company the exclusive right oil found. These leases by
set to hang sign on booth at main library where Semi- to explore for oil In South Florida law can be granted only on competitive -
ALD Pledging where recent strike Sun Oil
nole ,a by bid*.
subscriptions may be obtained during yearbook'ssubscription Co. has spurred new interest.

drive, lasting through Oct. 30. Another New MembersFreshmen The Cabinet, sitting as Trustees son State, who Treasurer led opposition J, Edwin to an Lar-exclusive -

booth is set up at the Hub. ,of overrode the Internal recommendationsof ImprovementFund permit to Phillip,McCordor

and sophomore girls anyone else, said this would
its engineer-director. William
Interested in joining Alpha Lambda Kldd, and State Geologist Robert give Phillips an advantage and
Delta, a freshman women's render the
competitive bidding law
Vernon. Both had that
Air Force Team Here At HubThe honorary, must see Marjorie Phillips be given an exclusive for a future lease Inoperative because -
Jackson, assistant dean of women, other companies would lack
right to explore over a 2 0OOO,
today and tomorrow. Pledging In Dade and Broward the knowledge of Phillips in bidding. -
acre area
Air Force Officer Selection applications for the Officer ceremonies will be Friday. counties.It .
Team for the Southeastern United Training School Program leadingto ALD is for girls who have a
States will visit the UF on Oct. a commission In the Air 3.5 scholastic or better was opposed by J.L. McCord, Phillips representative Henry
average an oil wildcatter, and Amerada Caldwell admitted that an exclusive
22-23 according to Sgt. A. D. Force. for at least one trimester of their
Oil Co. of Tulsa, Okla., both of exploration permit would give his.
Cot bra n, local Air Force Career opportunities are freshman year.ActivitIes .
whom would like to search In the
company an advantage over others
recruiter. available to male and female
of ALD range from same But he said that in return
area. he
Heading selection team will seniors who will be graduatingin
acting as hostesses at the Mortar What was being sought was not willing to
give Geologist Vernon
be Little from Robins and
Capt. Gary December, April June.
Board buffet to working with the oil lease for but for
an drilling merely the state's use maps and other
Air Force Base Ga.
Scientific admin-
Interhall Scholarship Committee, to for which thereis information
authority explore of value
on what the
While at the university, the istrative and technical fields are t
Dean Jackson said. no the state If the find
charge by from Its
company exploration,
team will be located at the"lWB"from open for both male and female.
Dr. Tommy Ruth Waldo is faculty exploration looks good and information be said that Is always
9:30 a.m. 3:30 p.m.Thursday Pilot and navigator training Is
advisor to the sorority, which was Indicates possibilities of oil or confidential and which oil com-
Friday. also available for the seniors In
founded here in 1924 to promote other valuable minerals, then the panies never as a rule let out of
Capt. Little will accept addition to the above fields.
learning and scholarship. companies. must get an oil lease company files.
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EDITORIALS: ; f "Well anyhow it's awake.


Leg Council And The GatorThe

Legislative Council last week tabled a bill that would
order The Alligator to print the minutes of every meeting of
the council word for word. The bill Is to be considered at the
next meeting. The mere Idea that the legislative branch of any
government could and would order a newspaper to print or not
to print specific Items appalled us.

Taking the issue out of the overriding ballyhoo, of press I IC
freedom and the historic separation of duties, the idea of printingthe
Legislative Council minutes word for word seemed somewhat
silly to us. -

It is hard enough to get students to read anything about what FROM THE THIRD FLOOR
goes on in those meetings without changing the format of presentation .
to the dull, cumbersome style that minutes always
follow.It What Is The Motivating Power ?
would simply be a waste of space.
Early this week, the author of the bill visited us and offered a
compromise to the bill, which would simply require The Alligatorto
continue its coverage of council activities in the same mannerIn
which it has in the past.
Obviously the package became considerably more palatable. is the motivating power behind student perpetuated Itself upon the students may be
Obviously The Alligator endorses such a bill since it does not politics? If it is service, many people are partially responsible for the rumblings of

force a change in our policies as did the un-amended bill. perplexed. organized protest gathering on the campus.
We were glad to see there was a sincere attempt In this bill A good starting point for investigation, Reliable sources have indicated to this
to aid The Alligator and this we welcome with open pages. regardless of friendly warnings this past week, reporter that the prospects are very good fora
Our >offhand feeling of the new Legislative Council general might be Florida Blue Key. wide-open, three to five party competitionin
is that it Is more willing to work now than ever before. Perhapsit Sponsor of Homecoming, lauded for service campus elections this spring.A .
is premature to make such statements about the council; we activities, Blue Key was conceived In idealism. further Individual investigation indicates
hope not. Today, as we shall show below, some feel that that one of the new groups may well come from

In the. past, the Legislative Council has often been a pillow the "key" appears today disgruntled supporters of one or both of the
for sleeping student politicians. Perhaps the "sleeping giant" somewhat less than untarn present parties. Rather vague and incomplete
has finally awakened.We ished.In thoughts are being expressed by another factionof
happily noted that the number of members who missed many cases, the students who want to see more Idealism in
last week's Legislative Council meeting was about onequarterthe influence exerted by Blue student politics.
number who missed the previous meeting. If the meeting Key politically, on the The result is this. Should a coalition of
arrangers will try to hold meetings when progress tests are not campus, is a matter of political mavericks succeed in establishing
going on as was the case last week, the attendance should even "the tall wagging the dog," themselves in political office, the obedience
improve more. Ralph Turlington, Alachua commanded by Blue Key via its political prowess
We hope our backpattlng of the council now will not make us Representative and former would be dimmed somewhat.
look silly later. If the council has finally stirred, as we thinkit student Blue Key member, I There is a danger here also. As Spinoza
has, we hope It will stay awake long enough to get somethingdone. said in an Interview. said, "Those who are believed to be most
An Alumni member now, DAVIS abject and humble are usually most ambitiousand
Turlington says that membership in the key envious."

mlmi 1 IIIIIIiliI I I I fIiIii I lIII IIII II IiI II I I IIfI! Ii! fIIiiiI! II! iIfI IIIiIIiIit1! is assistance"of ,"some in achievelng assistance success, but not In major state the Rebels present should system.keep Then,in revolution mind the will faults destroy of

politics. "deadwood" and find that area which Student
TODAY'S QUOTE The primary importance of the organization, Government and leadership has failed to discern
he said, Is It's sponsorship of Homecoming ..an area where emphasis is on THE students
"Titles distinguish the mediocre, embarrass the superior, activities. rather
than ME student.
and are disgraced by the inferior." "Such activities are associated with politics,

because it is probably the largest singular LETTER
Maxims for Revolutionists gathering of state leadership." :

George Bernard Shaw A phrase in the "Spirit of Florida Blue

Key" written by J. Ed Price as a preface to 'Not A Bed Of Roses'EDITOR
the 1959 Who's Who in Florida Blue Key states,
The o FloridaALLIGATOR "Prejudice, and Bigotry, student-body and :

fraternity politics, special interests and clique
desires are non-existent in Florida Blue ad
Key, Since you have written many editorials
for as a campus organization it is
repre- to point up
nauseam in the past month or so
sentative of the student body, truly concerned the privileged the 50 yard line at all
Served by United Press International seating on
only with that which
Is for the best interestsof the
the football games and have called for
the Campus as a whole."
Editor . . . . . . .Walker Lundy When this was read to abolition of such-I feel obligated to bring to
Managing Editor . . . . . Joel I Gaston said, "That's an aim laughedand light certain facts about this "privileged seat-
not a statement of "
Executive Editor . . . . . .Ron Spencer fact." Ing.
Assistant Managing Editor. . . . .Nancy Brachey But having such an "aim First, the card section (in which my
he added
"helps School
Assistant Managing Editor. . . Ja\e Berkowltz to move it In the right direction." classmates and I from the Medical
Editorial Pap Editor. . . . . .Ed Barber "Package Deals' are not unknown in obtaining "privileged" to sit) extends from the 30 yard the
Sports Editor. . . . . . Glenn Laney membership to the Key. line. t everyone can sit on
According to yard
one Blue
City Editor. . . . . . .Skip Haviser Key member, many a "Tapping" session has precious 50 line that you call so
Campus Living Editor. . . . Jackie Cornelius been stalemated for hours because of attention to.
apoliticalgroup's Second, there is supposed to be bloc seating
.. reluctance to admit one of the other in the card section. But for this next game
Editorial Assistants Bruce Dudley, Tova Levin, Jim side's candidates Usually this
Castillo, Ann Carter, Don Federman, Dontu Mathison, Sam combination of candidates from both results in a (Mississippi) our so called "bloc" ranges from tn
U11 man, Ernie Lilt (Circulation Manager), Sun KulpCartoonist( ). being admitted. It's a "you scratch factions back Section 30 row 4 to Section 32 row 30-the-
my other words we are scattered all over
and I'll
scratch yours" arrangement.
Reporter .. Patti Pita (Student Government Beat Chief, The Blue Key member quickly place.
Joe KolUn, Bob Golub,Joe WaldorfSharon Kelley, Yvette Cardozo. I was really pleased with last spring's added session, "But", Third, for the past two years we have Homecoming been

Eunice Tall, Frank Shepard, Lee Alexander, Agnes Fowlts, Fran However, the principal question Is whether or deprived of a number of seats for the In our
Snider, Tbelma Moss man, Bill Sadowski, Marjorie Green, Evan not this organization Is the apex of games. Last year we turned
reward for then
Langbeln, David Kennedy, Marilyn Brtcklin, Liz Brewtr.Grttchen dedicated service and leadership in student cards for bloc seating on time and
VandenBerg, David Ropes, Terry Rogers, Susie Halback. Joan affairs, or is it where the decisions student were told only 3 or 4 days before the game-a
are made only
? too
Gaston, Pam Brown, Jeffrey Denkewalter, Dick Dennis, Beverly And made for the sake of personal ambitions late to obtain other tlckets-that
Faber, Dick Schneider, Greg Seltz, Bunny Goldberg, Kathl Disney, rather than student welfare at large? limited number of tickets would be available.of
And limited they .. only 30 per cent
Sue Dobble Ami bapersteiu t auzi Hirsch. Indications seem to indicate were
the latter able
the students School were
alternative. But the in the Medical
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaper Is this right? question comes to mind, to attend the game. allis

of the University of Florida and Is published five times weekly It Is not the organization Itself that With these facts In mind you can see that teV'
except during May, June and July when it U published semi- people feel has deteriorated. Discontent some not a bed of roses for the "privileged
, weekly. Only editorials represent the official opinion of The to focus more around what has seemed seems to be In the card section. We are not asking tor simpl'more
I Alligator. Columns represent only the opinions of their authors. the circumvention of an ideal to personal privileges than we already have. We are littleor
The Alligator Is entered as second class matter at the United ambitions. trying to point out that our situation is
I. States Post Office at Gainesville. This complaint of the rigidness with which no better than the rest of the student body.

\ the present political hierarchy has 2MDPage
Barry J. Weckesser,


Wednesday, Oct. 21 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 5


Stormcr Criticized I Jazz Heritage, Part One'


'Spying Is Alien'EDITOR EDITOR:

(There is a tape recording over In the Audio-

Last week I examined a copy of JohnStormer's"None Visual Department of the Main Library held on

Dare Call It Treason" supplied by the reserve for you to listen to In conjunction with f

: Goldwater for President committee. I found the "Jazz Heritage, Part One") 'I

chapter on education so full of gross distortionsthat Any explanation of "what. jazz" Is going

Re: "Double Talk"I I decided to use it with my classes In to have many shortcomings for the simple ,

stated In an Interview with an Alligator history of education as an exercise in evaluating reason that jazz Is an ever- .
reporter that I did not turn In students I observed .'w
historical sources. When I went to the Libraryto changing art form.
cheating In the language labs because It Is not
see what sources the students would have Jazz today often sounds
the "function of the Honor Court" ..
-- and yet,
in cross-checking Stormer's quotations, I was quite different from the
It Is the responsibility of the Florida studentto
astounded.In .
jazz our parents heard
turn In violators.
when they went to school.
This Is NOT double talk. Rather It Is a .
the section on textbooks, he has generally Still, jazz has certain .
recognition of the different responsibilities quoted from books which are so obscure that basic principles in

of a student and a student government official. they are not In any of the UF Libraries, and common with all of Its '

When I observed the cheating, I was not"above" some of the references. be gives In his foot- styles. .

reporting It. Rather, I was on an OFFICIALtour notes are not even Included in the Library of Jazz draws upon two

as Chancellor, to observe the effectiveness Congress catalogue, suggesting that he has even musical traditions -- the
of the Honor System In various areas of the BUSH
made up fictional titles to make his distortionsseem European and the West
campus In hopes of obtaining Information that more plausible.As .
African. Very broadly speaking, we might say
would lead to some constructive Ideas for
that jazz gets Its harmony from Europe and
improvement. My responsibility toward the an example of his distortions, Stormer
criticizes John Dewey for having "rejectedfixed its "beat" from West Africa.
Honor System while ACTING AS A STUDENT
West African music is polyrhythmic (two or
moral laws and eternal truths and
(such as while I am taking an exam,or overhear prin-
ciples and then two sentences later he more different rhythms played at the same
rumors, etc.) is the same as yours --- andI
would act upon such Information then. Dewey Is a Marxist, conveniently ignoring time). You might find 4/4, 3/4 and 9/8 all

the fact that Marxism is based on "fixed moral playing at once.
However, If I were to report what I saw Ii'
laws and eternal truths and principles." lie (HEAR RECORDED EXAMPLE "ROYAL
under the circumstances of an official tour In "
next attributes to Dewey the doctrine that "ManIs DRUMS OF THE ABATUTSI, "ABATUTSIGIRL'S
which I sought out cheating, I would merely bea f
student proctor .. and this Is exactly what a biological organism completely moldedby ,
his environment." As Marshall Stearns wrote In his book "The
the Honor That Is
System discourages.
Story of Jazz" "the basis of jazz Is a march
DELIBERATELY SPYING Is alien to the Honor
From 1896, when he published his criticismof rhythm (4/4) but the jazzman puts more compli-
System. What we rely upon Instead, Is the "The Reflex Arc Concept In Psychology," cated rhythms on top of It. He blows a varietyof
of citizen of the student
responsibility any bodyto Dewey was completely opposed to any theory accents between and around, above and below,
act when -- acting as a student -- he sees
which denied that man himself played a large the march beat.".

cheating. part in determining his own development.Then Pianist Erroll Garner is a clear example of
Possibly the distinction I am making betweenthe
this sort of tnlng. Erroll keeps steady 4/4
normal duties of a student, and the different he charges Dewey with "the destructionof
march rhythm with left hand chords and plays
duties of the Chancellor or any Honor Court a child's individualistic traits as the primary the melody In the right hand.

Official when acting In an official capacity goal of education. From his 1897 publication The right hand, however, is constantly

seems meaningless.It of "My Pedagogic Creed" (to which Stormer changing speeds and sounds much like "the

becomes very realistic, however, If you refers but which he obviously never botheredto slowing down and speeding up" that you heardin

stop to realize that one of the most malicious read or deliberately distorted) Dewey sought the recorded examples of West African

rumors we have had to counter concerningthe always to develop the varied talents of each polyrhythm.

Honor System is that the Justices' respon- Individual. CLOSE
sibility Is to sit in during exams and look for FOR COMFORT' PLAYED BY ERROLL
cheating. Truly, such deliberate action wouldbe In "Democracy and Education" (pp. 356-7), GARNER)
such. Dewey points out, "True Individualism Is a
spying --- and reprehensible as
Well thats all we'll tackle this week. Next
product of the relaxation of the grip of authorityof ,
Not only Is LOOKING for cheating not the week we'll continue our discussion of jazz
function of the members of the Court the custom and traditions as standards nf belief
; on rhythms and speak about voodoo and the Catholic
.Not but that there have always been
contrary, it must never be a part of the Court. Church.
Individual diversities, but that a society
Our function, when acting as members of the
dominated by conservative custom repressedthem.
Court Is to administer the Honor Court Itself,
.progressive society counts Individual
Inform the student body of our actions, seek
variations as precious since it finds In them
student and faculty cooperation, protest the
the means of Its own growth.
rights of student defendants before the Courtas
well the Interests of the student
as bodyin
Hence a democratic society must, in L
a just enforcement of the Honor Code-..-
consistency with Its ideal, allow for intellectual
and to leave the responsibility of reporting freedom and the play of diverse gifts and EDITOR:

violations right where It should be: In the handsof Interests in its educational measures." How Ej

the members of the student body while much more dishonest could Stormer have been Within the past month I have twice teen the rf"term

acting as citizens of the university community. in his interpretation? "irregardless" used in the Alligator. }.

(Both times, I believe, In letters to the Editor).
Gerald F. Richman Stormer also claimed that "Ability to 'get There Is no need to put a negative "lr" 't

Chancellor"A along with the group' became the prime in front of the perfectly understandable word

measuring stick of a child's educational "regardless." A couple of my English teachers

'progress'." Perhaps the quotation marks were stressed this so much that the term is as \CJ.,

Intended to suggest that Dewey was distasteful to me (and others, I Imagine) as

responsible for such a ridiculous measure. the phrase, "he don't." r

Waste Of l'alCilt"EDITOR I have read 4 great deal of Dewey's work, Until a few years ago, "Irregardless" didn't

and never has he come close to suggesting any appear in the dictionary, and using the term

such proposal. branded one a* being uninformed -- If not S

downright Ignorant. By virtue of repeated usage
: Furthermore Stormer's claim that Dewey'stheory
by those uninformed, it can be found In some
would save child thieves becomea
a among
Siedzienlewoka played extremely well newer dictionaries, but even at best the term
MaUna thief overlooks the great moral concern of
third filled is redundant, and unworthy of use by college
Auditorium only one
to a University
Dewey in ail his educational writing. Growthin
with people last week. An exchange artist that direction does not lead to the kind of students who like good English.

from Poland, she came prepared to play well, freedom which is the hallmark of De yey's
and did so, and the size of the audience mattered philosophy.As Rob Robinson, 7AS

very little.

However, In my opinion, the Alligator and a final example of the distortions to be (ED. NOTE: Thank you for pointing out one

the Music Department are to be equally blamed found on only two pages (99100) of Stormer'sbook of the most often-made mistakes of the English

for such a waste of talent. Dewey's theories are said to five rise language. The Alligator does nc>t correct

Your J.fondayed1t1onoftbe Alligator mentionedthat to the elimination of world geography and mistakes in Letters to The Editor Irregardlessof

HJS. would play on Tuesday night. No history from the curriculum. In his major whether a mistake Is m*.)

write-up followed to give us an Idea of who she educational work, "Democracy and Education,"

was, what she would play and what were her Dewey has a full chapter on "The Significance

previous performing experiences. In addition, of Geography and History," including this sentence '. ; ,.

your last Friday edition said tickets would be : "Geography and history are the two _',- -,: : j; ,, : ':., : : tr'-: : ., ,., ,, .. ;,,: ,:

available outside the hub on Monday, and Tues- great school resources for bringing about the

day. Where were the tickets Your Monday and enlargement of UM significance of a direct
Ed Barber, 2UC journalism major, replacesJim
editions had no word of advice on this "
Tuesday personal experience. (p. 299).
Hammock, 7JM, as editorial page editor
matter. of The Alligator this week.
I feel sure that I am not alone when I plead If UW rest of the book is as IrresponsibleIn Barber worked la editorial advisory capacities

that, to be fair to the artists, the Music its attacks our and
upon government our
schoola oa The Alligator, as well as In the student
Department and the Alligator give the other Institutions, wt all ought to join In calling publications production lab and prior to

proper account: of all future performances. It treason and branding Stormer as a traitor. Hammock's resignation, be was Tigert Hall
feel grateful for
I, myself, Beat Chief, with responsibility over stories

information. dealing with UF administration.LeTTeR .

Brooke A. Green, 7AS Robert E. Potter


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'1 Bloc Seating AnnouncementsGraduation Job ListingsStudent WASHINGTON (UPI) Defense porarily from consideration of recent -

Secretary Robert S. McNamaratold major foreign developments

J.J The deadline for all bloc Announcementsfor Government Em- Pres. Lyndon Johnson yesterday to a look at domestic matters.

; seating assignments for the the Winter Trimester are ployment Service has postednew that he expects military spend-

Auburn game is 1:00 p.m. now on sale at the Campus Job listings on the Infor- ing to run $700 or $800 million McNamara forecast "substantial -

Monday. Shop and Bookstore. mation board across from the below the budget estimate for the savings-In excess of $700or

All independent groups pickup Hub. Most of the new listings current fiscal year. $800 million from the current
instructions in Room 308
'Bama concern employment during
PartyThere budgetwhich in large part represents -
Florida Union.Bonfire. Christmas holidays. But Budget Bureau Director
Kermit Gordon said last May's efficiency Improvementsand
- I TalentAny will be an Alabama forecast of an overall budget defi- cost savings/'

game listenting party at the cit of $5.8 billion still stands.
organized group of Catholic Student Center Satur- Voting OfficialsAll Johnson discussed military The secretary said Johnson's

talent interested in performing- day at 2:00 p.m. spending and the overall govern major emphasis, however, was on
7. ing at the Bonfire Saturday At 7:00 p.m. there will bea students who served as
ment fiscal picture with McNamaraand the fiscal 1966 budget which will
hayride, complete with hot- election officials Oct. 1 must
after the Alabama game should
Gordon as he turned tem- be sent to Congress in January.
contact Jennie Loudermilk at dogs. Newman Club membersare pick up their checks by Fri-

376-3261 ext. 2546 before 5:00 free, others only 50 cents. day In the Treasurer's office,
.... PPA
p.m. Thursday. The Bonfire Room 307, Florida Union. \\\ PSI

will begin in front of Uni-
'Woman Status'Dean
versity Auditorium Immedi-

ately after the game. Math ClubDr.
of Women Marna V.

Brady will speak Wednesdayat
<: Host Committee the luncheon meeting of the A. R. Bednarek will ..j P ,
to the Math Club
speak tonightat
Applications for member- Gainesville Women's Club on
7:30 In Room 209 Walker
ship in the new Florida Union "The Changing Status of Wo-
Hall, on "Graphs, Relationsand
International Host Committeeare men at the University of Classification."
now available in Room 315 Florida.
All Interested are Invitedto

> {' Florida Union. attend. Refreshments will A PROUDfiEVTGATORPh
The committee's goal is to be served.
stimulate an awareness of the Young GOP
multicultural nature of the Kappa Psi as the newest social fraternity on

': world and campus. Both U.S. Young Republicans will I campus, is offering an opportunity as well as a challenge -
meet tonight In Room 218
and international students are Florida Union at 7:30. Elec- I' I to University of Florida students. Phi Psi is a

eligible. tions will be held for several Thieves CAN welf-founded national fraternity that has been char-

offices and business for the
'ii I' acterized by strong chapters and both
' Painting for FunA year will be discussed. All outstanding

A new series of "Painting Interested are welcome. I Be ChoosersBeggars undergraduate and graduate brothers for over a

' for Fun" will be conducted by I hundred years.
can't be choosers, but
2.. Dr. Robert E. Carson every thlefs can. Those interested in learning more about Phi Psi
at 7:00 Oct. TicketsTickets I
Thursday night ,
; 29 through Dec. 10. At least one Is, as somebodystole and possibly taking a part in the founding and

k The charge is $5.00 and for "Red Roses and I car$250 In the worth parking of clothes lot West froma of growth of this chapter may contact David Hague at

there will be six lessons. Reservations Me," Fla Players production *
Murphree Hall Sunday night, but 404 Trusler Hall, telephone 376-9191. Professor
can be made in can be obtained only by making
left a pair of pants, shirt, a 6-
Room 315 Florida Union. reservations through extension Donald B. Wilcox of Industrial Engineeringa
pack of beer, books, papers, anda
2671 or 2144. Per- set of golf clubs. Phi Psi from Penn State University is serving ai
FU Movies formances are Oct.22-24,and
Oct. 2931. Students and stu- The car belonged to Jim Obth faculty advisor and is willing to discuss this matter
and Richard Waters of Vero Beach
,; The Florida Union moviesat dent wives are free, Adults with interested students.Phi .
David of
who were visiting Razey
the Health Center Auditorium 85 cents and high school
,. this week will be "400 pay students pay 55 cents. 609 Murphree.The Kappa Psi expects to take an active posi-

. Blows," Thursday and Friday, victims told Campus Police tion in all aspects of campus life and to soon assume -
that they had left the car unlocked
.' and "Raintree and County, I while visiting Razey In the dorm. a position of strength and prestige. Phi Psi Is
Saturday Sunday.
a' Admission is 30 cents. Citrus Club When they came back a door was a proud name which hopes to soon be a proud Gatorof
open, and the clothes were gone.
James D. Bridges, director I There was no sign of forced which the Gators can be proud

Street DanceA of the Citrus Redwood Regis- entry.
tration Program, will speak to
the Citrus Club Thursday at
street dance will be heldin
McCarthy Hall parking lot 7:00 p.m., on citrus d1s ase. 90th ANNIVERSARY
Refreshments will be served
Friday night from 8:00 to
and the public is Invited. SALEBUNNYFUR
.J:: 12:00. o
The dance, co-sponsored by ,

Hume and Rawlings Halls, is

t to publicize "Hume Hawaii" Change SchoolsUC

Oct. 30.FH. MOCS
students seeking admis-

=: sion to an upper division
FellowshipsOct. college next trimester must

file application in the registrar' "\
26 is the deadline for an .
,, Office, Room 34,
applying for Fulbright Hays f ... r ,
Tigert Hall, before 5:00 p.m. r ," I ; J't "(,

( Fellowships. Monday.No 1f ',\:..I/L.! ,.'t', ;z; L ,
,, Forms and information may students having fewer 'PJ'" ''', ; :;ft.1'",\

be obtained from Glenn A. than 64 credits at the end of 't\ .... J, ,.: ';"','
Adviser '
Ferris, campus Fulbright ). "
at the International this trimester need apply. ,, '': \ ,;i1
Center near Grove Hall. '-' wt "
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The fellowships enable graduate \., .,!/, ; .:

students to study abroad. DSP BrothersDelta '1.4 Z: ,' '. .

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FellowshipsSeniors \ .
Sigma Pi will initiate
,, ''t. .\
Sciences 15 new brothers this Sunday. \ '
in Arts and \p;. 1. "
Baldwin, Bill : \ $3.99
Interested in Woodrow Wilson They are Bill t.J1, -ft REG.
brief Chandler, Russel Chrlsholm, t' .! .
Fellowships may a ..
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letter of nomination to RobertA. Frank DeVarona, Frank 1111, ..,, ', {
Bryan Assistant Dean of Downs, Andy Hogen, Jack A 'r: : .

Graduate School, Tigert 235, Kummer, Larry Lyon Reed SALE PRICED
Plummer, Jack
before Oct. 29. Parish, John
Students must have a "B" Wayne, Ernie White, Burt PINK

avenge and graduate April, Himbleton, Bob RoweU and WHITE $2 88 II

June or August of '65, have Rhet Nichols.A .
some foreign language com- New Brothers Banquetwill LIGHT BLUE

petence, and be interested in be held Oct. 30 at the .Shot Sltop.Strctt floor
Primrose Inn. ,
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3,591 Given 'Dollars'A ',: l'; i.


gift of$100 Is the requirement Beaty said that contributionshave The Alumni Association has also
In joining the UF's Century Club. ranged from the minimum of set a goal of $72,000 for con-
The Century Club has as Its $100 to $5,000Contrlbuters.. tributions from the Alumni,friends
basic objective the raising of the are from all over and students. .t

average alumni contribution to the the country, not just from Florida.Alumni.
Loyalty Fund. The money from
the Century Club goes into a matching -
fund for Dollars for Scholars.

Last year's contribution was
$30,000 according to Robert C. Join

Beaty, fund director for the Alumni
Association. Beaty said that he
hoped this year's contribution
.. would be around $60,000. Century HAVe You SEEN YouR
The money In the matching fund
Is matched by the UJS. government -
in a 9-1 ratio. "Every dollar

that we give is like giving ten times for Scholars chairman $150,000 when matched by the SMi1JoLE REPR.ESENTATivE?
as much," Beaty said. Bill McBride said yesterday the government.The .
The money for Dollars forScho- drive has accumulated $3,591 to fund soon becomes self-

lars goes into the National Defense date. perpetuating as students pay back
Loan deposit for qualified students. their loans, not to the govern
"U the contribution for this yearis Combining funds received during ment, but to the UF Dollars for
$60,000 there will be a total the summer trimester and recent Scholars program.
of $600,000 for the students In contributions, the scholarship
the fund," Beaty added. Is well on its way to reaching its

The Century Club, founded to $15,000 goal, according to GA ELIGATORCLASSIFIEDSS
give recognition to those alumni McBride.
and friends of the university who ELI
The fund received a$2,085 boost
have contributed over $100, was
from the UF Traffic Court yester
formed three years ago. day. Me B rid explained that GATORCLASSIFIEDSSELL
The first year of the' Club saw
through an agreement made last
collected from
year any money
Club hopes to see a membershipof
traffic fines over $7,000 would be .

donated to the Dollars for Scho-
Prowler Seen
lars fund. The chairman also PLAY

announced a change In the agree- GRIDIRONGREENBACKS .
On Frat Row ment for next year causing all
funds over $6,000 to be trans-
Campus Police are Investigating ferred to the scholarship drive.
a report made by W.D. Nelson, Every Sunday In The

5 Fraternity Row,that a suspicious
The Dollars for Scholars pro- Sun
person was prowling around cars Gainesville
gram is an agreement by which
Sunday night. the federal government matches
Nelson reported that the person $100 CASH
every dollar raised by the students
was going from car to car along
with nine government sponsoredloan
Fraternity Row trying to get In AWARDED sue'lL .
dollars. This year's goal DE Af' tt-le HUB
them. When Nelson approached, of $15,000, If reached, would total Each Week
the suspect fled in a 1963 Pontiac

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during the ball season So I don't really hit the lips fast-summer or winter With 'Chap Stick'
courses till October.The weather's coot, and along-on the diamond or golf course-I don't
that's trouble for my lips.To soothe them. I worry about my lips, just my game!"

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Wednesday, Oct. 21 1964 The Florida Alligator, Page_ 11 ,
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TEAM STATISTICS 0 Ex.pt.att. (run). . 1 PUNTING GAME The
Florida Opponent 0 Ex.pt.made (run). . 1 Kicks Yds. Blk. Avg.
07 Points. . . 35 6 Field Goals att. . .3 Spurrier 19 765 0 40.3 ,
51st down, run. . 1751st 5 Field Goals made. . 0 Seymour 2 84 0 42.0 ICE memwith I

down, pass. . 12 1 Safeties for . .0 Team 1 8 1 8.0
1st down, penalty. . 3
downs . .32 GAME RECORD
Total 1st .
5 Runs Gain Lost Net. Avg.
scrim. 121 \
91 Runs from I
Harper 31 162 12 150 4.8 )
88 Gain from scrim. . 481 Florida Opponent MARQUIS BAESZLER
Dupree 40 144 2 3.6 I
6 Lost from scrim. . 74 24 SMU 8 .,
35 123 23 100
12 Net gain scrim. . 407 16 Miss State 13 Spurrier 2.8 {\s many of you already know Marquis Baeszler is one of the talented
Shannon 28 115 23
78.0 Rushing avg.per game.. 01.7 30 Mississippi 14 young sophomores on the Florida football team. This Friday night
Felber 23 90 0 90
E2 Passes attempted. . 67 37 South Carolina 0 58 3.9 plans are afoot to send the team off via a motorcade through Gainesville
4 58 0
J39 Passes completed. . 23 eszler Knapp 12 42 3 39 3.3 out to the airport. Needless to say the sports department of "The
PUNT RETURNS Alligator" Is all for this Idea.
JG2.9 Percent completed. 34.3 Poe 16 48 13 35 2.2
Passes had interc..6 No. Yds. Avr. TDs Newcomer. 1 40 4 4.0 We would like to take this time to thank two people who are helpingto

501 Gain passing. . 189 Harper 7 132 18.9 1 Kirk 1 20 2 2.0 make this sendoff possible. Without the help of Chief of Police
25.2 Passing avg. per game..47.2 Trammell 1 62 62.0 1 William Joiner and his police force the trip wouldn't be possible. And
213 Total Net Gain. . 596 Poe 1 28 28.0 0 KICKOFF. RETURNSNo. Yards Avg. without the help of Miss Jennie Loudermilk and her committee the pre
..148.9 Bennett 3 10 3.3 0 motorcade show would not be possible.To .
303.2 Total offensive avg.
[ 5 122
Harper 24.5
these two people we say thank YOu.---Glenn Laney, Editor)
!2 No. of punts. . 27 INTERCEPTIONSNo. Poe 2 46 23.0
57 Total yards kicked. .1073 Yds.Ret. TDs Jordan 2 31 15.5 *

8.9 Punting avg. . 39.7 Bennett 2 11 0 INDIVIDUAL PASSINGAtt. Alabama's slogan of the year: beat L.B.J. and F-L-A.
|12 No. of punts ret . .12 Newcomer 2 0 0 Cmp.Pet. Intr.Galn TD It's bad enough getting mixed up in Alabama football, but when one
32 Yds. punts ret . 136 Trammell 1 20 0 Spurrler42 26 68.4 3 337 4 is involved In their politics too things can really get bad.
9.3 Avg. punt return. 4 11.3 Kirk 1 8 0 Shannon 19 13 61.9 2 164 0 Right now the Gators aren't worrying too much about politics, just
0 No. kickoffs ret . 20 football. But from the looks of the Alabama team this year, the campaign
99 Yds. kickoffs ret . 309 INDIVIDUAL RECEIVING this Saturday in Tuscaloosa will be tough enough.
r9.9 KO return avg. . 15.4 TEP WinsTau No. Yards TDs Once again the Alabama line is a small one, probably the smallest
27/221 Penaltle /yard. 19/158 Casey 23 322 4 we'll face this year. Their line averages 195. They may be the
[8/2 Fumbles/lost. . 15/5 Epsilon Phi (TEP) took Harper 7 11' 0 smallest, but they'll be the fastest also. Many of their linemen were
7 TDs running. . 4 the volleyball finals last Monday Baeszler 4 7 0 once backs. Because of their quickness and agility (and of course
R4 TDs passing. . 1 night as they upended the Alpha Poe 2 26 0 toughness) they are hard to block. And It we do knock some of them J
2 TDs punt return. . 0 Tau Omegas (ATO) 15.9, 1510. Ewaldsen 1 14 0 down, It's a safe bet they won't be staying down.
|l3 Ex.pt.att. (kick). . 4 The TEPs gained the finals by Sneed 1 11 0 *

112 Ex. Dt.made (kick). 3 defeating Phi Delta Theta in the Dupree 1 6 0 A group of men responsible for much of the spirit of the Gator varsity

PLAY semifinals.The is the B -team. The B-team runs the opposition's plays against the
ATOs came to the finals PKT DisqualifiedPhi varsity and the performance the Gators give Saturday depends muchon
GRIDIRONGREENBACKS when the Phi Kappa Taus were their performance during the week.
disqualified for having an ineligible Kappa Tau (PKT) was disqualified This week the B-team is wearing appropriate Alabama slogans on.
player on their rolls. from playing In the their helmets. For instance, the man playing in front of Dennis Murphyis
Alan Chepenlk, an All-Campus volleyball intramurals final wearing a sign saying "MASH MURPHY' for Bill RIchbourg,
Every Sunday In The volleyball selection from last Monday night due to an ineligible 'SCOURGE RICHBOURG for Roger Pettee, "PICKLE PETTEE," for

Sun year led the TEPs with all around player on their rolls. Sidney MacLean, "CLEAN MACLEAN,"for Jack Card,"CRUSH CARD,"
Qamesville excellent play. The action followed a protestedgame for Allen Trammell, "TRAMPLE TRAMMELL."
Barry Smith led the ATOs attackin In which the ATOs called They get their brains bashed in but what spirit ...........
$100 CASH a good losing effort. attention to the fact.
The championship trophy was The action came In a ruling by *
AWARD'EDEach presented to the TEPs after the advisor to fraternities WilliamG. "Tameth Nameth" Is the Gator Slogan for the week.
Week game by volleyball intramural Cross, who declared the But Alabama quarterback Joe Namath is supposed to be on the
manager Dick Katz.Iiflr. individual Involved had come from doubtful list for this Saturday's game with Florida. Florida scout
------ another school where he was John Elbner thought otherwise when he told the following story.
initiated into another fraternity. Namath was hurt the first half of Alabama's game with North
Cross ruled if a transfer was Carolina. When the second half opened, Coach Elbner saw him run
initiated into any fraternity havinga across the end zone to take his place with the team Then the Alabama
chapter at Florida the Individualcan coaches got together and the next thing Coach Elbner saw was
only play for that fraternity. Namath, sitting on the bench with an ice pack on his knee. "
He ruled If there was no chapter Coach Eibner's story, plus the tact that Namath was put in last week
i of that fraternity here the transfer against Tennessee in critical situations, leads me to believe that the
would be free to play for any Gator defense had better be ready for the likes of Mr. Namath.I .
fraternity. believe they will.
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",11" .. .,, ','. \iJ\t O.K. .UF fans. .the
-'iI'' "". ... '. s 1' '" die is cast. Even the
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police ?
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department getting
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.' ) .111"Pt.'Ij. : ; "II'r'"lg.A"i 4 give us an a
W'I' i
'.,:""il.," ,''i j.i rh"J.....N: :''! :'.;.r.;..". ..,.;... ,. \; ,, ; :\: \jij";"" i" : motorcade out to the but
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". I The boys are leaving
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I 1, 14 =r \ I)! ,: ; for calls what the most Ray important Graves ,

, game of the year.
;1y r Yrr sa Alabama Is out for the /
Gators' hide.
'\ \ Let's get behind the
team and give them one
I : of the biggest sendoffs
l Ms ever seen Gainesville.
They will leave for the
i IV airport at 7 p.m. from
i Murphree Area.
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? Florida coach Ray Graves spent show his team should be an under-
his second day behind closed doors dog to Florida after the beating BARBER SHOP
"cooking up" an offense which the Gators handed South Carolina.
can score some points against the Graves said he had no reply to
stingiest defense in the nation Bryant's statement other than he
in Alabama. thought Alabama would definitely BasementOf
t Y One of Graves' major spices be the Gators roughest game this
( is still missing from the stewpot, season.A .
\ however, as Jack Harper, one of Fla. Union
the most Important ingredients crowd of 43,000 homecoming -
d in the South Carolina Homecoming fans are expected to fill Ala-
I .. victory missed practice for the bama's"Denny Stadium to see U Open: 8-5 PM M-F
F second day in a row.t' Bryant's charges can gain revenge
Graves hopes Harper,who broke for their 10-6 embarrasment at 8-12 PM Sat.
\ away for a 73-yard run for the the hands of the Galore last season.
t. ', f Gators against the Gamecocks on'I
Saturday, is ready when his team
Invades Tuscaloosa for Alabama's PLAY.
Larry Dupree has been working
in Harper's place at halfback while
\ Harper is on the sidelines. \ ProfessionalLicensed l
Sunday In The
F:"( Graves still remained evasive as C 5 .
( to his tactics for the game with the 1I .. In
\ Crimson Tide. lie said he QAinesville Sun Barbers 'J
considered it a real challenge trying -
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