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Vol. 57, No. 36 University of FloridaGainesvilleTHE Friday, Oct. 23, 1964 it



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,R Alabama game, featuring a huge ,
;: bonfire, Is scheduled In front of \
University Auditorium immediately -
''J following the game.

'. Jennie Loudermilk,Student Government -
(SG) Morale Commission
.. Chairman, heads the affair.
Approximate time for the rallyto -
be held win, lose, or tieIs
,.. .
rra; ___ 1 '!I''"
3:30 p.m. with former VicePresident -
PRACTICING FOR last night's opening of "Red Roses For Me" are Florida Players (from left) Diane Hugh McArthur as master-

Pelfrey, Charlie Harper, Rick Schuster, George Sprinkle, Dick Strahan, Lolita Hemminger and Diane of-ceremonles.Shott wjll? lead Cheerleader the Gator Bryan fans

Hollingsworth. The play continues tonight tomorrow night, and next weekend, at Norman Hall. In cheer! *. Tho Gator Band, under

the direction of Richard Bowles,
will also perform at the
SG President SaysProblem Bloc SeatingDue Also attending the rally will be

freshman football coach David Fuller -
and the entire Baby Gator
SundayAll squad. The Baby Galore are scheduled -
ShrinkingPATTI to meet Florida State hereat
bloc seating tickets for 7:30 p.m. Saturday. '
the UF -Auburn football game
When the returning Gators'plane
next Saturday must be turnedIn
PITZ has improved about "200 per but he still feels much Improve- by 11 p.m. Sunday. lands in Burmlngham for refueling
Staff Writer cent," and relations with the off- ment can be made. Student Government Foot- Saturday, Coach Percy M. Beard
campus university community have "At the end of my administration ball Seating Chairman Hugh will notify WHUF of the time for

Student Government's (SG) big improved "tremendously." I don't want anybody to sit McArthur made the announcement arrival In Gainesville.
problem of reaching the student back and Justifiably say, 'I don't and said all tickets and The team will tw brought directly -
body Is shrinking, Student Body As far as student groups and know anything about SG,' or 'SG date tickets must be broughtto to the Baby Gators-FSU game
Pres. Ken Kennedy said yesterday. SG go, Kennedy said relations doesn't care about the student. him at 232U Flavet 3. on buses from the airport, giving
Florida fans an opportunity to Indicate
Kennedy said the formal structure with WSA is "the greatest ever." body. Kennedy said. The apartment can be
support for the team, Miss
of communication has been He added, "The new Men's Inter- A "direct person-to person"type reached by turning down the Loudermilk
vastly improved, thus solving one hall Council has provided direct of communication between road J Just before the Pi
of SG's major problems. channels between SG and the men's students and SG Is the next obJec- Epsilon Phi fraternity house Students will be notified of the
tive of SG the SG Presidentsaid. assembly at University Auditoriumby
Kennedy said communicationwith dormitories."The on Fraternity Row and going
the administration has Improved avenues are wide open"for With this in mind, SG Is to the first building on the sound truck approximately 20
"100 per cent," communication SG in their effort to reach planning to publish a newsletter right past the first stop signIn minutes beforehand. WRUF will
with the Athletic Association all levels of student organizations, explaining SG's weekly progress. the village. also announce the event.
"The student body still doesn't
know what is going on In SG," :::.:.:.;.:.:-:.>>:.:....:->>'... :::;. ;'q'1.:::;:::::;::::::

Kennedy explained. lie added that EDITORIAL :|

LBJ Goldwater the newsletter would serve as a :; 1 $
supplement to Alligator coverageof :
SG and would be published on A I Football I Team ;,:;;.

a very economical basis. ,; if I
Lead MournersNEW He explained that In his plat t
form he had suggested discontinuing This is an editorial about a football team. It's not about any :'i;:;; I
the quarterly newsletter from .:; ordinary; football team. It's about a team which can lick anybody :j;j V

YORK (UPI) Politics skyscrapers on Park Avenue as SG which was sent to every dorm .: in the world on a given Saturday. %:;<:: ';
: set aside President Johnson and the dignitaries arrived. room, but that the this planned It can lick Southern Methodist, Mississippi/ State, Mississippi, :'y f; t
Sen. Barry M. Goldwater Thurs- The President was accompaniedby newsletter would be posted only South Carolina and Alabama. \
day led mourners at a private his wife, Mayor Robert F. around campus and would cost only Yes -- even Alabama. -f;: i
memorial service for former Wagner and Texas Gov. John the price of the stencils used to Everyone thinks so except pethaps Bear Bryant, arid, boy Is Jeer: "
President Herbert Clark Hoover. Connally. print the newsletter.Also .'. In for a surprise tomorrow. :#:
Hundreds of security agents Thousands lined Park Avenue in planned, he said, is a Students. get together with your/ roommates or your fraternity $:
scanned the glass-walled silence when the President and pamphlet providing a "thumbnail brothers or a group of your friends and send the Galore a telegram xUlllng .
other officials arrived for the sketch of SG'' on a strictly "non- them you are behind them. "':
memorial for the nation's 36th political" basis to inform students It will cost you '1.3' to send 50 words In a night .Utter tonight .:

What's Inside president. Earlier, thousands had about the organization of SG and and the wire will reach them tomorrow morning. .:::
streamed past the closed bier of the "concept of student self- Address It to the University of Florida Flghtln' Gator football ::.:

, It's a dog's life at the Delta Hoover, who lay In state with a government." team, Stafford Hotel I, Tuscaloosa, Ala. As a message, may we :;
suggest "Win, lose or dra w, we support the Gators' Deal Alabama." :::
Upsilon fraternity house, military honor guard from the five The pamphlet which will cover ,
Campus We Page 4...Dean services surrounding his aU phases of SG on campus, "not Then attend the pep rally tonight beginning at 6:43 p.m. between :.:
Adams says IFC was right to flag-draped coffin.: Just third floor Florida Union Murphree Mall and the girls' gym. This is a "poor man's pep ::
penalize Delta for hazing, In addition to the President and government," has a Halloween ,rally" tonight since the band and cheerleaders: coulo't seem to make ::
Page 5..Clyde Hope returns Goldwater, the Republican and printing deadline and will be distributed ". '$
Page 6...Uade rage Democratic vice presidential candidates at dorm programs InSG's Nobody will come except the dyed In the wool Gator fans, ;:
girls are more trouble than Rep. William E. Miller second drive to reach students. the average students who want to see the Galore beat the Crimson '-.
boys widen It comes to that and Sen. Hubert H.Humphrey were Kennedy said the improved communication Tide. :f i
old evil, alcbohol: Ray local also present as the political campaign structure that SG has Will you be there? *
tavern owners, Page 3. came to a standstill to pay developed has taken hours and We hope so. x

humble homage to Hoover. hours of work and planning. ./;.;:::::.:::.. ;'_-:<::':::::,;;,':::::=:::;:;:::::::;:: :::: ':: :Y.-.z:; ; : ::;; :.:.:.:.-.u.-.v.: ...?

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Page 2, The Florida Alligator, Friday, Oct. 23, 1964

Fellowship The University Of Florida

rCampus News Briefs={ ff,

.. Deadline
I ':': C31.saSe I-JtJt1g: :
1: Toastmasters Agriculture |

A meeting of toe University .'!be student chapter of the :f:: Set Monday .
: Toastmaster's Club has been American Society of Acrtculf: ; Now Available off-campus
:1i scheduled for 11:30 a.m.Monday tural Engineers is scheduled $:
r: in the Faculty Club on to meet at 7 p.m. Monday in ::::: Applications for Fulbrlght-Hays
:: Newberry Road. It will be a Room 15 of Frailer Rogers f.?:: fellowships for the 1965-1966 academic -
::;: luncheon meeting, with a pro- Hall (Agricultural Engineering ;: year must be filed by Mon-
':": Building). The program ;:|: day through UF Fulbrlght adviser,
demonstration will Include a film "Firebird #:: Glenn A. Farris. Forms must be r
:: Gainesville Toastmaster's HI." ;::: filed with Farris at the inter-
:f:::: Club. |r national Center, near Grove Hall.
; All persons interested in : U.s. Department of State's edu-
:f:?% affiliating with this new group Hayride :|: cational exchange program, authorized -
f: are asked to atted. For A bayrlde has been :;: by the Fulbrlght-Hayes
::r further information, call Bob scheduled for tomorrow night :! Act, selects more than 900 graduate ee
:: Gruelle at Ext. 2951.Humanities. by the Newman Club;, with g:: fellowship-winners to .
transportation leaving the : 53 countries on the basis of aca-
1 ::: demic and/or professional record,
.... Catholic Student Center at 7 :
:: p.m. Included in the price of f j the feasibility of the applicant's
The film "Romeo and the hayride will refreshments. :S::: proposed study plan, and personal <,
f 1: Juliet," has been scheduled "
The cost is 50-cents for non- :::: qualifications. ,
::y by the Humanities Club to be
members. :::: Students who wish to apply for an
::: shown in the Walker Hall Auditorium I.....' award for study or research, or
f: at the following times for teaching assistantships, must
;: and dates: tonight, 7 p.m.; New PeelThe 1 have U.s. citizenship, at least a
:::' tomorrow night, 7 p.m.;Sunday bachelor's degree by beginning
: 4 p.m.; and Monday, 8:45 New Orange Peel will MEMBER AMERICANGEM
date of the grant, language pro-
: bold a vitally important meeting :::; SOCIETY
' p.m. (after progress test). ficiency and good health.Jennings .
::: today at 4:30 p.m. in :;:
:f Forum Room 15 of the Florida Union. :::: Gainesville's Quality JeweJers
;':. The second issue will be more :..:.:.: Plans
ff Prof. Jack Funkhouser off than just discussed. All editors ::::
; the C-5 Department will speakon are urged to make it... :::: Fh2i4o'id.
:::: "Aesthetic and Religious staffers too. There will be ::
f:: Experiences" at the Liberal time to get back to your cars :::: SpaghelliFete
:::: Forum in Johnson Lounge of to make the motorcade. ::::

f:: the Florida Union at '1:3Op.m. 103 W Ave.
j Sunday. The meeting is open East Jennings Hall, in coopera- University
f f to all students. Coffee and Open House | tion with Sigma Phi Epsilon fra- '
:: discussion will follow the ses ternity and Food Service, will
Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority :|:::j:
: sion. present a Dollars for Scholars
' is holding its annual Parents ::
:0 :|:j
; Orchesis Weekend this weekend. :::::: candlelight spaghetti dinner tomorrow _
.:.,. Tonight an Open House will :jibe :: evening from 4-7 p.m. / ? 90th
in Jennings cafeteria. A social
Auditions for membership .
r held with refreshments :;:1f
in Orchesis, contemporarydance in Jennings recreation room will
served. : tv
group, will be held in Tomorrow there will be ::::: immediately follow the dinner. ANNIVERSARYSALE
::: the Women's All proceeds from the event will
Gym, Tuesday
lunch, parents club meeting !|::|
ff from 7-9:30 p.m. All UF students and banquet at the Holiday Inu. $:: go to the' Dollars for Scholars
main and female, :: drive. The dinner features spaghetti -
After the banquet, a talent :ijij:
interested tossed salad, rolls, fea,
1: in dance are invited show will be presented with :x|:
f:: to Join the club.Orchestsr members of the sorority parijij:::: and dessert for a donation of$1.25. .
:: members should attend the Admission to the social In the
tldpatlng. Sunday morning a
: auditions. Jennings rec room is either by
-:: brunch will be held. :::
dinner ticket or 50?. Everyone Is

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I Rotman, a Junior In Pledges Girls
elementary education and a

G ATO RC LA 5 51 F I E DS S E LLGATORCLASSIfIEDSSELL has member been of chosen Alpha sweetheart Epsilon Phi of, Bound For OcalaAn i Booze I i''

fraternity.Alpha Epsilon PI, a social <<:

: Problems
all-night tactical problem In the Ocala National Forest P1
will conclude pledge week for Scabbard and Blade Initiates :-0"
TWIG SAYS: tomorrow night, reports Scabbard and Blade President John N. s; Under-ace girls art more ,::
Jenkins. trouble than under-are boys i:ti
Listen to the Gators "trim the Tide"in The 21 pledges also wear uniforms and blue and red swords. In trying to buy althohol1c ::
Jenkins explained their Initiation Includes 5 a.m. meetings at beverages, according to Don-
which classes In military tactics and Scabbard and Blade organization : aid N. Denson and Tom Hicks, ::::ti
cuddly slacks by Mister Pants, are given by brothers. ;g owners of the Orleans Club, ijj:::
Scabbard and Blade Is a national society of Army, AirForceand y. 4560 NW 13th St. |:::
Sir for Her, Norman Davidsonand His Navy advanced ROTC cadets who show high leadership Denson said non-college ::$
qualities In ROTC and In campus activities. :ijjj: girls are worse than the colijij R ijij j
"Due to pressure by the national convention for closer relationship lege girls." The college girls g:
for Her. with the Air Force at the UF, Scabbard and Blade jjj; seem to expect their Identi- :;::::
has tapped Air Force members for the first time," said Jenkins.Of :|i ti flcation cards to be checked :::::
the 21 pledges, seven are members of the Air Force ROTC. ijij and unless they have one that ti;::
Top it with a Fisherman Knit I Jenkins said the field problem In the Ocala National ForestIs :jjij: shows them of age they won't ::
In conjunction with the Special Froces Reserve Unit in Gaines ::jij attempt to buy a drink. :'ij:::
ville. ::::: "If anyone's age is questionable ':::
The Forest Service has approved the problem, added Jenkins. ::iij: we won't let the m in," :::::
:ijjj: he said, "though the identification y
"The '
problem will be as close to the real Army as possible
Jenkins said. "We will have Army vehicles, blank ammunitionand ::|: card Is the only way :
demolitions made by the Special Forces unit. :: we. have of determining age" :$::
:X::: .It'. not a violation of the .ti"
The will ;:
problem end at Lake George near Ocala. :
::::: law for them to come in our jij:
::: place, but if they are under- .jij:;ti
India Club Will Show Film jij::::: age we rather not have them. :::::
::::::Once they are in they might :::jij::
"Prem Patra" (Love K. Yonge Auditorium at 7:30 :ijijtry:; to buy a drink," Denson >::::
Letter) will be shown p.m. The movie, presented by :::1:said. :
Saturday, 2 p.m., at the Health the India Club, will have :'::;:: lie said, "The State Dev- ::::
Center Auditorium and at P. English subtitles. :jijierage:;:: Department keeps a ::
::::::close check on operations and ::::
i::|;iwe;:| can't afford to take any y::
:: : :
:ji!;chances. :
II :jjij:;: "If we are caught selling to >:::
::jijan:: under-age person,"Denson :::::
::jijsald::: "we ore fined $500 and ::::::
::*i:could lose :':
;| our license.The underage .:
::::: person is also ub- :::::
1L1J' ::jijject:: to the law." :;::
:ijij::1 The worst problem is.with ;ij'package ::
:: goods. The under-age ::::
;::::person will try to buy package .;::1:
:ji::::goods when they won't try ijij:
F Ua jljito;:: buy a drink at the bar, :jjji::::
::Denaon said ::::
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Discussion Set

w "Environment Through Archi
i tecture" will be the subject of panel
discussion tomorrow night at 8
in McCarty Auditorium.The .
symposium, co>iponsoredby
the UF Department of Archi
tecture and the Student Chapter
c of the American Institute of Architecture -
will examine architect-
211 W. University Ave. ure's role in forming the environ-

I Members of Uwpanul are Alfred
Browning Parker, Miami archi
f 7V\ WORLD tecture' Robert B. Drown, MUrnl;
Mis Schweizer of Frank
a protege
I ) ))) TRAVEL Lloyd Wright,of Winter Park;Gene
Leedy, Winter Haven, designer of
\ SERVICE the new Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity -
i I house; Prot. Dan Branch,
Department of Architecture; and
Prof. Jack Funkhauser, Humanities -

CALL 376.4641 Department.

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Page 4, The Florida Alligator, Friday, Oct. 23, 1964CAIWIPUS


S married Woman'Residing

In To/ber/

diet Includes according to Williams.
Tolbert Area claims one unmarried -
"After eating she !
female resident. cookies, milk, nuts, coke, and careful
wipes her face on the
Her dorm address Is mall anything else not guarded. counter

sack 2-59. or one of her keeper's shirts '
Scamp, a five-week-old female "If she doesn't get her shareof he said. ,

squirrel, has lived In Tol- coke, she tries to get in the The mall room mascot spen
bert Area mall room since
Hurricane Dora. bottle with It," said Williams. ner weekends with one of he)

.. Other than trying to climb Into keepers.
Tacklin of her four
Gary one
,; an occasional coke bottle, Scamphas "She gets into my pocket an
mail the
keepers, was shelving
rides home In It,"Williams said
neat table
day Hurricane Dora hit GaInes-
ville. Something ran up his leg
and he started to brush It off

thinking It was a rat.The"thing"
turned out to be female squirrel

flaq and was Immediately adopted by
the mall room crew.

The mail room mascot Is cared

for by Tacklin, Cecil Copeland,
Bill Williams, and L.E. Pouge.
Scamp has never tried to leave

her mail room home, accordingto

"One day we almost mailed her

l out, but that's the closest she's

come to leaving us," Tacklin
F! r
mall room Is strictly

Scamp's domain, her owners

"She defends her home when

someone bothers her. A medical

A' center mail man and a campus
.n -- -- policeman found this out the hard

SCAMP, TOLBERT Area's only unmarried female resident way," they said.It's 2 2d 2n

enjoys a playful escapade in the mail roomwhichshe ,

calls home. (Photo by Carolyn Johnston) .- -

THIS SQUIRREL'S "castle" is mailsack 2-59 andnone

Just A Dog's Life' dare invade since she took up residence after Hurricane

Dora blew through in September.Photo .

( by Carolyn Johnston)

For Delta Upsilon. MascotThere's CampusQuirksTolBy

a new shaggy dog story him. Since, he barks ,when tied up, Shaun should not worry tile public

going around at the Delta Upsilon he is usually allowed to sleep Inside because the fraternity has great Coed Columnisi

house these days. This one is the fraternity house, Meeker affection for their mascot and

about a coal-black, shaggy New- stated. whenever he runs away, theyare
foundland named Shaun. He said the bit of wanderlust In not usually far behind! PAT KEUNING

Staff WriterEDITOR'S
Shaun Is the fraternity mas-

cot and Is usually seen sitting
( NOTE: The Florida coed is envading all areas of
lazily under a tree In the Delta college life nowadays. With the beginning of this column, she

Upsilon's back yard. Although still envades one of the last strongholds of manhood as an Alligator

a puppy, he weighs 150 poundsand i columnist. Miss Pat Keuning, a graduate of Indian River Junior
stands as high as a dinning
College who recently enrolled at the UF, will present her observations -
room table, said Jeff Meeker, a
I of college life on the Campus Living Page every
fraternity member.
Caught two girls in earnest discussion of their English Lit.
Among Shaun'n talents are .r class. Said one to the other, "In high school we learned that

wrestling, running and barking. Ellzzbethan sonnets were about Platonic love and friendship among

men. When we get to college, they tell us that Shakespearewas
"He acts dumb because he's so i a little odd."
and clumsy, but he's really
I really
see the Honor Apples are back. Suppose you were
very Intelligent," Meeker said. starved on Monday and all you had was a 50-cent piece? (Where'd
One morning the fraternity received -
they put those new coin-changers, anyway?) f knew a guy In that
urgent telephone
situation. He deposited 50 cents' and grabbed an apple on'Jiis
and learned that Shaun had been
way to Anderson the rest of the week. That could be demoralizingto
found wandering around the first
the Innocent onlookers, though.
floor of the main library.Shaun's
South and Weaver had a sonic competition of sorts the other
taste of culture must have Impressed
night. Seems obscene
that the guys In South started screaming
the neighbors, for they n remarks at Weaver. But Weaver boys don't fool around. They
stopped complaining about his had amplifiers hooked recording on
up to a "Sounas of Sebring"
barking, Meeker added.
the second floor. South claims that's cheating.

Another day, tne puppy was A friend of mine wanted me to fix him up a date. I said, 'Gee! ,

running across the street and was can't you meet any girls in your classes?" The next day he stoppedme

hit by a small car. Undaunted, on the street with a list of numbers. "Out of the 220 peopleIn

he shook his head and walked away, my Wednesday classes, there are exactly eight girls who

leaving a big dent In the car. .4 aren't pinned, engaged, or going steady," he said.

Shaun attends all the fraternity'sIntramural i.aDELTA ... Just a final thought In passing. I'm junior college transfer.
games, and loves to .cr'- I honestly don't find the classes here much more difficult than
Junior college classes. Other transfers I've talked to so far

bark along on the cheers. He'sk UPSILON fraternity mascot Shaun drowsily responds seem to feel the same. The main thing we do notice to'that three
week time loss. My chief here Is the clock. It'sno
friendly dog, but for some competitor up
v ry members
to greetings from Jeff Meeker, Jack Far- longer I cA
r..It'n, girls t'1KItnshytiwayfrom a matter of how much I can learn'but of fast

4': rell and Nick Van Vonno and housemother Mrs. Jane Brown. memorize. -
: Down with the trimester system.

, Wii

Says IFC Friday, Oct. 23, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 5Ouster

Did Right Thing Criticism Mounts 1

LONDON (UPI) Mounting cri- Despite assurances from the new strong terms that the Kremlin tl
Dean of Men Frank T. Adams said he feels the Interiaternlty ticism of the Kremlin changeoveron leadership that Russia's policieswill provide a full explanation of what j
Council (IFC) took appropriate action In placing Delta Tau Delta both sides of the Iron Cur- not be affected, they did not happened last week to require removal \
fraternity on social and Intramural restriction two weeks ago. tain foreshadowed widening rifts conceal their growing anxiety. of Khrushchev from the r!
Adams said he was not peeking from the bushes behind the fra- Thursday In the severely-shaken leadership without so much as a
ternity house as was Implied by a letter to The Alligator last Thursday. International Communist French, Italian, Czech and Hungarian "thank you."
"I entered the grounds through the rear where I parked my car," movement. Reds, and even the East The explanations offered I
he said. Diplomatic dispatches from Bulgaria German Communists, have all by Moscow so far have addedto
The fraternity was placed on "social and intramural restriction noted disturbance over the voiced apprehension.Some the suspicions of the Commune
for the remainder of the year" because of pledge hazing activities. manner in which Nlklta Khrush- like the French and British ists outside Russia, according to
Adams had witnessed pledges playing "Sardines" and "Red Rover"on chev was ousted. parties, have demanded in qualified diplomatic Informants J.
the fraternity lawn when he visited because of a neighbor's complaint. They were said to be demandingan
Adams said the IFC has books of rules against pledge hazing and official explanation of Khrush- *$ \ ,, \: -
that to his knowledge other fraternities are following them. Advisor chev's removal from the leader- t/,
to Fraternities William G. Cross agreed. ship, accompanied by his own ver-

"If I had any knowledge of pledges being hazed, it would be taken sion of the circumstances.An ..wi
care of Immediately, if not sooner," he said. alleged Moscow plan to starta

Calvin E. (Buddy) Hayden Jr., de-Khrushchevlzation campaignwas !
said to been shelved for the %
members of Delta Tau Delta, said ;
apprehension among both the sat-
the punishment was far too severe
ellites and Communists west of
Ho//ey// for the offense.
the Iron Curtain. r
"The only thing we are allowedto
East European diplomats here
do Is live In the house together. '
said their governments were taken '
Weare a large study hall. We can- !
ChargesTALLAHASSEE "completely by surprise" by the
not have parties, girl friends can Kremlin upheaval.
not come to the house and no more
than five Delts can meet together Book Sale
Fla. (UPI) anywhere or It Is considered a
State Rep. Charles Holley, GOP 'social' Even our mothers can't Money and books from all
candidate for governor, presentedsome visit us at the house." previous Student Government i
documents yesterday which Although Hayden admits that (SG) Book Sales may be reclaimed -
he said enforced his claim that pledges were playing games on the Monday and Tuesday, n
Democratic nominee Haydon Burns lawn when Adams arrived,he feels 1-9 p.m., in Florida Union i
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and he will ignore his
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three main topics on campus, as everywhere, are politics,
sex and religion. Politics,especially during this particular season,
are usually discussed with a great deal of vim and even vehemence.
Whether it's campus, state or national, the topic of politics is
debated in classes and caucused over coffee.
And sex. .well, that age-old subject is candidly and constantly
discussed, from the males studying more than their books In the
library, to coeds in the dorms while painting their toes.
But what of the third member of the big three -- religion?
Religion Is discussed in several classrooms on campus, in
relation to the subject being taught. And the University Religious
Association, along with the denominational centers boarding the
campus do a good Job of presenting views, including interesting CLYDE
speakers and refreshments.But Clyde Splits VotesDON
the typical student? Hardly.
There seems to be a mild social taboo connected with anyone
who takes religion seriously, whether in a positive or negativeway. GROOMS
Sometimes, even the religious groups seem hesitant to ColumnistThe
"push religion," afraid that they might offend someone's
Is there a stigma associated with Intelligent discussion of entire membership of Phi Gamma Delta pressure was brought against Clyde Hope this
fraternity was given membership this week in week in an effort to force his withdrawal from
religion? Who has suddenly decided that it was not Intellectually '
CLYDE, an organization designed to help stamp the race for President of the United States.It .
to talk
respectable about faith, whether it be in a god or yourself?
Religion, in the general sense, and religions in the specific out organizations. was pointed out that at present the choiceis
have been historically a vital motivating force on human behavior For their impersonation of the South Carolina between a CROOK AND A NUT.
from the personal to the International levels. football team Just before the homecoming game With Clyde Hope running, however, it splits
Whether one believes in God or not deeply affects the makeupof last Saturday, the fraternity has received highest the vote on both sides since Mr. Hope is both a
his personality. This is true in the case of the Individual whose praise from CLYDE, except for two doctrinaire crook and a nut.
convictions are sincere as well as one who is merely assertinghis dissenters.Dee Pressure comes from the Goldwater camp
independence from his family.We Generate, chairmanof because they fear too many nuts will bolt their

have come to college to learn. But we learn only through the committee In chargeof ..... faction and vote for Clyde Hope.
being exposed to new ideas. Unfortunately, too few people are disruptions, says the ...fIr'..". Pressure comes from the Johnson camp
mature enough to listen to new Ideas about their religious activities of Phi Gam were ...,.' because they fear too many crooks will bolt
"faith." not purely disruptive and ,.... their faction and vote for Clyde Hope.
Political beliefs are developed In much the same way as was actually quite lor When Clyde Hope emerged at the alumni
religious ones; and there Is Just as much emotion Involved; enjoyable to all who reunion Saturday in the Plaza of the Americas,
but nobody hesitates about politics. watched the pre-game the catcalls and heckling made quite a din as
"The heart of him that hath understanding seeketh knowledge; warm-up. The fact that it members of both the major factions greeted
but the mouth of fools feedeth on folly." Proverbs 15:14: was enjoyable removed it each other and Clyde.
from CLYDE'S consideration "IN YOUR GUTS YOU KNOW HE'S NUTS,"
because our yelled the Johnsonites.
activities must result In "IN YOUR BOOKYOU KNOW HE'S A CROOK,"
ilm lm 1 1 1 l 11* 1 1 1 1 m u 1 11@\\11 1 ;] 1 I i i i i i i i i i iim1 11 11 t frustration and teethgnashing.Charlie yelled the Goldwaterites. "
Funlover In
charge of the committeeto "FOR HE'S A JOLLY GOOD CROOKED NUT,
preserve Beta Woods, says it doesn't matter yelled the Clyde Hopeites.
if the warm-up was disruptive or not, as longas In the midst of all this, there appeared on the
It's fun and is out of the ordinary. Plaza Haydon Burns, Farris Bryant, Billy
Anothe event of last week which was discussedby Matthews, Scott Kelly and Mary Arllskas, among
"Go great Gator Guys and stomp 'Bama into the ground." the CLYDE membership, was the hecklingof other notable Americans.

Strom Thurmond at the Gainesville Shopping Haydon Burns declared again that he didn't
The Alligator Staff Center Saturday. have a million dollars in a Nassau bank, and
CLYDE membership was rejected because the Holley asked him where he did have it then.
\ group was much too nice to Mr. Thurmond. Nobody asked Clyde Hope where his money was.
They only booed and yelled when Thurmond said, In one brief speech, however, Clyde tore
"We want Barry." Into the Republicans for their charge that the
The FloridaIALLIGATOR To get CLYDE membership, you must heckle Johnson administration planned an internationalcrisis
and catcall constantly, hit the speaker over the just before the election. It wasn't Johnson
head with a placard, throw rotten eggs at him-- who planned the Russian shakeup: the British
and when the police arrive, you must be sure election upset and the Chinese atom bomb.
that an Innocent person gets arrested, not It was Clyde Hope, Just as it was Clyde Hope
Served by United Press International yourself. who tipped off the Washington Star about Walter
Speaking of the national election,considerable Jenkins. Let's give credit where It's due.

Editor . . . . . . Walker Lundy
Managing Editor . . . . . Joel Gaston I Tigert And Bloc SeatingDEAN I
Executive Editor. . . . . . .Ron Spencer
Assistant Managing Editor. . . . .Nancy Brachey LESTER HALE -
Assistant Managing Editor. . . J3a\e Berkowitz designated by student representatives and the
Editorial Page Editor . . . . .Ed Barber The Alligator has asked whether the Athletic Association Business Manager. The
Sports Editor. . . . . . .Glenn Laney "Administration" would like, to do away with allocation of group locations to specific groups
City Editor. '. . . . . Skip Havlser bloc seating at football games and whether the within the designated areas was left up to
Campus Living Editor. . . . .Jackie Cornelius Alligator's agitation to have the Student Govern the student representatives. It was my belief
ment (SG) 50-yard line bloc rotated with other that once the overall group seating areas were
Editorial Assistants .. Bruce Dudley, Toy Levine, Jim blocs will further endanger the bloc seating designated, insuring that fraternity and Independent
Cutello, Ann Carter, Don Federman, Donita Mathlson, Sam privilege.The groups were treated fairly along with
Ullmso, Emit Utz (Circulation Manager), Stan KulpiCartocnlst). administrative opinion is that this is a students who do not sit In group seating.
student matter. Bloc seating is a traditional "The plan as finally approved contained a
Reporters -- Patti Pit (Student Government Beat Chief privilege on this campus that may be continued recommendation that student seating proceduresbe
Joe Kollin, BobGolubJoWaldorfSharonKelle, Yvette Cardozo. : if it succeeds in fulfilling worthy purposes and re-examined and re-evaluated at the end
Eunice Tall Frank Shepard, Lee Alexander. Agnes Fo.!es, Fran discarded when it doesn't. Recent efforts were of the 1964 football season.
Snider, Thelma Mossman, Bill Sadowski, Marjorie; Green, Evan made by SG and the Athletic Association to "I might add that the subcommittee was
Langbeln, David Kennedy, Marilyn Bricklln, Liz erGretcheo modify the plan somewhat in order to provide impressed with the responsible attitude and
Joan better control and distribution of tickets. This spirit of demonstrated the stu-
VtndenBerg David Ropes, Terry Rogers, Susie Halback. cooperation by
was done in the Interest of the continuanceof dents who met with far this season,
Gaston, Pam Brown, Jeffrey Denkewaiter, Dick Dennis, Beverly us. So
Faber, Dick Schneider, Greg Seltz, Bunny Goldberg,Kathl Bl1n.y. bloc seating. no instances of abuse of student seating have
Sue Debbie,Ami bapersteui uzi Hirsch. Professor Gllcksberg, chairman of the been brought to my attention. I am aware of the
Athletic Association's sub-committee that dispute over whether Certain groups such as SG,
worked with SG on this problem,has commentedby Florida to
Blue Alligator ought
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaperof Key and The ,
the University of Florida and is published five times weekly letter as follows: be allocated seats in a choice location at every
"The subcommittee felt that there was no home this
j except during May, June and July when It is published' f emlveekly. game. However, it is my belief that
reason why group seating should not be continued is a matter that to be handled
properly ought
Only editorials represent the official opinion ol'' The
under more controlled conditions to insure that by students under the current whist
Alligator. Columns represent only the opinions of their autt:.:rs. system
the privilege of
group seating was not abused. continues to afford to student leadership the
Tae Alligator is entered as second class matter at the United; "It was also agreed that the overall seating privilege of cooperating in the handling of
Stfttc Post Office at Gainesville. areas allocated to group seating would be football seating."




CLERK'S CORNER Friday, Oct. 23, 1964, The Florida Alligator Page 7

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"Do believe In the Honor System?" body. Then I had the unfortunate experience of Brett '\ Glenhaven
"Yes." having a real association with several of them.A Stacy Ames ""- Marie Phillips
friend In Flavet I was keeping five
"If the counsel for the my '
student body presented Its month old son while I attended classes.plannedto Kay Windsor ""
take him to her Alix of Miami "-
case so as to prove the apartment around eight-fifteen "'-
defendant's guilt beyond a each morning and pick him up at twothirtyin 'COORDINATESSPORTSWEAR ...
reasonable doubt, will you g7 ki the afternoon. This necessitated driving '-
promise to render a verdictof through the center of campus during the
guilty?" restricted hours. Sacony
"Yes." Feeling that I had a legitimate reason, I Manhattan
This is an excerpt from I explained the entire situation to an uncompre- Lady
the transcript of. the voir. hending campus policeman. He immediately told Petti
dire -held- on October- 5th.- me that thereafter I would not be admitted CosCob
In this voir dire,six student C H E ES EMA N after eight o'clock, unless I obtained a special Evan Picone LINGERIENorman
J Jurors were selected from a list of fifty sticker. That afternoon I went down to the police
prospective Jurors chosen at random from the station to secure the necessary permit and was Norman Davidson
student body. This selection of jurors took placein told that no one having the proper authority was Koret of CaliforniaRAINWEAR I !
a room separate from the court room. in the station at that time. Shadowline I
The Chancellor, Clerk, defense and prosecuting The next morning I walked from Flavet II
counsel, and fifty prospective Jurors were all to Peabody Hall by way of Flavet I, carrying
present. baby, books, diaper bag and several of my son's FOUNDATIONSForm
favorite toys. That afternoon, a neighbor and I
During a voir dire, the prospective jurorsare went by car to pick Donny up. This time we i
questioned by both the defense counsel and were told that the residents of Flavet I could Debutogs Playtex
counsel for the student body (prosecution) for not have visitors during the restricted hours
the purpose of obtaining as unbiased a juryas unless the guests walked in from the edge of
possible. campus or received the pass I was unable to
secure. J} s
There are two ways In which a counsel can Upon returning to the station to try to obtainan
challenge or dismiss a prospective juror. The entry pass, I stated my predicament to a AND 313 N. W, 13TH ITRCCT
first challenge Is known as a "challenge for lieutenant. After hearing me out, he informedme GAINESVILLE FLORIDA
cause." This challenge is exercised when, for that I could not obtain a sticker to drive 'kI1uM IIUJJ Sry1 a d SIH4J 47athiast 11M (J.OOOODDODODODDODODDODDDDDDODOOODDDDDDDDGC
some specific reason, one or the other counsel through the center of campus.His .
questions the prospective juror's ability to solution was that I enter through a steep,
render an unbiased verdict. If the Chancellor dirt driveway which Is marked "exit only"at .
considers the reason adequate, he will dismissthe the top. The visibility on the "road" Is c
student and another will be called to fill rather poor, and the "road" is barely wide C
his place. Each counsel may theoretically enough for one car. When I mentioned that this FOB.A.' T.J'xlOT -y-
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challenges.The that the driveway was not marked at the bottom '" LO".JU '"" ..LGALgU.iIJ -..: :
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challenge, two of which are granted to each long as you won't get caught.
counsel. A "pre-emptory" challenge could best How can the students be expected to respectthe
be described as an intuitive challenge. For authority of campus cops, when they suggest I W. confess w.'reIn
example, during one voir dire a defense the breaking of laws when unobserved? Howis 1q'i 4'.. love with you
counselor accidentally blew smoke Into a pros- this same group able to regulate the times -$1 'v because you favor
pective juror's face. He consequently exercisedone that Flavet I may have company or carry on f our choice in
of his pre-emptory challenges on this business? 4Cs, 0asy-colng
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PersonalRED [Lost & Pound [ For Sale I m0v110 i iDON reviews

FEDERMAN before meeting with the usual

[ ROSES FOR ME" Oct. 22L BLACK LEATHER BILLFOLDwith ACCORDIAN 120 bass. Excellent ; Movie Reviewer volley of I'What do you mean

29-31' Reservations only. Ext. note pad lost In vicinity of for beginner. $25.Wardrobe trunk. Unlike my friends,the groundhog this movie ain't got class,"let
|671. (J-29-tf-nc). Fla. Union (or was It the 14x21x40. Excellent for voyager. and the bear, I have decided to me say that this is the big thing
University). It has no money, but $10. Call FR 2-1902.A-36-U.c). come out of hibernation in the in town this weekend (except for
returner will get some if he returnsIt fall, mainly since the other reviewers the motorcade prior to and the riot
For Rent by this afternoon. Return to Don have declared themselves following the Alabama victory).
Federman, Student Publications SAVE nonexistent. If you find my stylea College students, particularly the
Business Office, Room 9, Florida used 3 months. Windshield new.& book Only little cramped, It's because I've male variety, are gonna' eat this
Union. (L-36-lt-nc). been on vacation so long.STATE one
basket. 376-1397. (A-36-5t-c).
PT.. FOR RENT. Unfurnished 2 up.TRUFFAUT

room, immediate occupancy

Lvallable on 1st of month. 1017 LOST: One pair of men's eye SPACE HEATERS 2 kerosene In recent years,Americans have For the more sophisticated, the
W 7th Ave. Call 376-1802. (B- glasses, gray frames. Call 376- with external float valves each been blessed with some well- best movie by far playing this week

6-2t-P). 0083. (L-36-3t-c). large enough for 4 rooms, $25 paced, subtle, and brilliantly (tonight only) is Truffaut's beaut-
satirical Italian comedies. There iful first effort,the Four Hundred
each. Also 100 gal. tank & stand
lOUSE TRAILER with Cabana. has been quite a bit of ballyhoo Blows." As in all Truffaut movies,
$10. Call 376-6931 after 5
bedrooms plus Hlda-Bed In LOST: 10" Picket slide Rule in (A-35-3t-c). p.m. about the most recent one to come there is the usual combination of
ving room. Close to swimming clear plastic case. Call Keith at to town, "Yesterday, Today, and wonderously natural dialogue with
ol & tennis courts at Archer 68711. (L-36-lt-c). Tomorrow." Maybe I'm a prude, some Incredible camera play.Thisis
oad Village. Call 2-4244 STOVE, HI-CHAIR, Tricycle,, but I beg to disagree with the the most charming of all of a .
nornlngs or 2-0510 after 6 p.m. walker, wicker rocker, drawing New York papers -- this movie Truffaut's "sad" movies, but It
|[B-35-tf-c). LOST: Gold & Silver Bulova table-bookcase combination. 2, 7' Just doesn't click. is also his most imperfect. But it
Ladies Watch--Call Jeanne Bush bookcases, black overstuffed True, it has some of Sophia is Just so great anyway. Withouta
HARE HOUSE. Prvt. Bdrm., 3 2-9269. Reward. (L-35-2t-p). chair, mosaic tile coffee table, I Loren's best acting and some of doubt, it can be said that Truf-
locks N. of Law School. $40/mo. bassinet with new pad, window the most revealing footage ever faut creates beautiful people who
plus utll. 323 NW 14th Street. fan, swing-o-matlc swing, pair of taken of her magnificent figure, truly "do what they must." This
68565. (B-34-5t-c). LOST: Silver I.D.brace let of great binoculars, salad set, magazine but this isn't enough.For one thing, early film of his merely servesto
sentimental value. Reward. table, assorted framed pictures, Mastroianni, the other important re-affirm my contention that
PLAY Inscribed "Cary." Please call assorted lamps, chest of drawers, figure of this film, is rather bad Truffaut is the greatest living
until the third episode (the movie, movie-maker in the world.
GRIDIRONGREENBACKS Cary 376-9282. (L-35-5t-c). matching bedspread & curtains,
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in case you can
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Every Sunday In The I ServicesWESTERN I glaring Is the consistent lack of
good humor and rather obscene

Gainesville Sun VITO ALTO SAX. Original price though vigorous treatment of sex, The Gainesville Drive-In slips

HORSE SHOW Oct. 25, $336. Sell for best price over, particularly In the first tale. this Hm. After last week's
the best and fine double bill of "1 he Visit"
tale has
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worst sequences
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AWARDED is a case of good ideas being mediocrity with"The Long Ships,"
Alternate. (Bronson Road). (M334tc 372-7281 anytime between 8:30 and
overdone. a story of the Vikings with Peltier
Each Week ). 6:00. (A-34-3t-c).
When one thinks about it further, playing a moor. Despite his pre-
this movie could have been so sence, this movie figures to be]ju \
'THE SILENCE'PORNOGRAPHY much better than it is. Dythe way, another spectacular.
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"We must not forget that we /
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HOME & AUTOPHONOGRAPHS CAROLYN PLAZAFR60315 have Through passed its public these nature scenes.,

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Page 10, The Florida Alligator I Friday, Oct. 23, 1964 ____
Albert PredictsAlabama

will be crushed under Tape Recorders
the huge Gator line as the Gators
move Into the top five teams in j with GAINESVILLE'S
the nation with a 17-10 victory.In .

Auburn over Southern Missis-
sippi No contest. Snorts Editor I

Boston College over Air Coach Rat Graves has called the planned motorcade Friday night North Central Florida's Largest SelectionOf
Force The Eagles are flying die flrest manifestation of school spirit he, his staff; or the players
higher than the Falcons this year. have ever seen on the UF campus. Recorders Supplies Scotch Tapes
Duke over Army Good spot This Is exactly what It Is. A TRUE showing of student emotions. And Accessories
for an upset.Arkansas. This Isn't some "rah rah" committee plan. The students want to
over Wichita The show this team of ours. .THE NO. NINE TEAM IN THE NATION. COUCH'S 608 N. Main St. FR 6-7171
Razorbacks better watch out fora how much we appreciate what they are accomplishing this year.
letdown. There have been some changes made because of the motorcade.The .
Florida State over V.PJ. team Is now leaving the Murphree Area at 7:15 p.m. They are
Seminoles win them all, until a scheduled to take off for Tuscaloosa at 8 p.m. Cars for the motorcade
should form the North side of the stadium.
little later -- When they step on on
the field with an aroused The fire Is even spreading to the alumni. Bill Fleming, Directorof LAST Alligator.(That's me, fans). Alumni Affairs, sent us this cute song put to the tune of"Oh %
Kentucky over Georgia Most Susanna."
the 1. I'mgwlne to Alabama to trim the Crimson Tide ;
people are picking Dogs over THE HIT
the Cats, but we know better. I'mgwine to Alabama to skin an elephant's hide. IS
It rained all night the day before, '
Georgia Tech over Tulane -
The Jackets really aren't so The field was soaking wet, j- OF IsseCAMPUS
the The mud so thick, the Big Red slippedand .I
brave, playing a team like )
Wave. haven't recovered yet.
Illinois over U.C.L.A.-Wham! Oh Bear Bryant, oh don't you cry for me,
'Cause I've from Alabama with football
come a victory!
Indiana over Miami The
Hurricanes aren't anything buta 2. I had a dream the other night, When everything was still;
breeze. I thought I saw Big Bad Bear, 'comin' down the hill;
LJ5.U. over Tennessee Good An elephant tall was In his mouth, a tear was In his eye,
spot for an upset. Says Bear I'm headln' from the South, I feel like I could die.
Maryland over Wake Forest Everybody should show up about a half-hour before'the motorcade
The Deacons ought to stay In starts with this song in hand and really blast out with it for the team.
church. This motorcade has the possibilities of becoming one of the biggest
Michigan over Minnesota-The things to ever hit Gainesville. For once the students will be able
Gophers better dig a deeD hole-- to show the residents of Gainesville, and the administration they can
Michigan St. over North- support their team, other than on tha football field, In enthusiastic
western Another tough Big manner, yet controlled to the point where there Is no destruction.Ken .
Ten contest. Murray, the manager of the Gainesville Airport, said he
Mississippi over Vanderbilt welcomes university students to the airport. He said he would be
The Rebels are slipping, but not the last one to curb enthusiasm of this type. However, Ken does ask tematiella's
this far. the students not to participate In destruction of the type which markedthe ;
Mississippi State over Houston welcoming of the team back from its Tuscaloosa adventureslast

Two touchdowns. Not year.only can this university be proud of its football team, but it : tfltVr/M' t @
Missouri Iowa State
over can also be proud of its fans. ,
What did I this for?
pick Let's everybody get out their and give the team one of the biggest 706 West University Avenue
Pittsburgh over Navy Down send-offs they have ever had. Let them know we are behind them. .
with the armed forces.
Saturday In Tuscaloosa It won't be 11 Florida men against 11
Nebraska over Colorado I Alabama men. It will be the University of Florida vs. the Universityof
wish they'd lose so the Gators
could move up. Alabama. .' -

} Carolina But not as bad as the
Gators did.North .
Carolina State over Virginia -
The Cavaliers can't keepIt
, Notre Dame over Stanford Social Science Dept., Univ. of Florida
wish they'd lose too.
Ten yards and a cloud of dust.
Oklahoma over Kansas State -
The Sooners finally win. Who Are Interested Are Welcome
Penn State over West Virginia
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For Big- GameGainesville I Tide Defense Tough I

will have Its ear to top games on the I
college scene "There is no exception. It's hard Alabama has relinquished 17 points backs by storm occasionally Satur
afternoon at 3 this
the radio tomorrow weekend as it's the only game for anyone to score against Ala- in five games, or first In the day. But," added Graves,"footballis
football team
the Florida pairing two
p.m. when nationally ranked bama. 'B ma has a great defense conference with only a 3.4 per game like checkers --Alabama cannot
Tuscaloosa Alabama, for teams.
Invades which forces its opponents to make average In scoring defense. Ala- give up two men for one(referring
a homecoming celebration with the The Crimson Tide Is ranked mistakes, then capitalizes on them, bama ranks second In the SEC In to the likely double teaming of

Crimson Tide. number two and Florida Is ranked and then that's the game," said pass defense, and first In rushing lonesome end Charles Casey) all
Last year, the Gators traveledto tenth by UPI. Added to this Is the
Assistant Coach John Eibner, who defense."If day and expect to win.
for the Alabama fact that the Tide
Tuscaloosa and Coach Paul
we throw, we'll have totnrow
homecoming and brought the party (Bear) Bryant Is anxious to make scouted Alabama's Crimson Tidein quick," said Elbner, reflecting on Mural Scores
their recent victories over
Gainesville and Coach amends for
back to last year's upset. the Tide's reknowned pursuit.
RaY Graves hopes they can do It As the Tide sets out to make Tennessee and North Carolina "Ono of Alabama's greatest Orange League Football

again this year. amends tomorrow, Joe Namath, State. assets, year after year, Is their
leA 24 AEPI'lPDT
Alabama we get three points, we'llbe
"We're going to Tuscaloosa with star quarterback, mightbe tremendous kicking game,"
9 SX 6
th dedication that it can be done hampered by a knee Injury and in business"Eibner remarked. Elbner reported. "This year Is no
DTP 20 PKT 0
Alabama ranks first in the SEC
two years in a row, says Coach not be fully effective. However, exception," he added. Buddy
PLP 12 TEP 19
Florida the Tide Steve Sloan his In total offense, having rolled up a
upset ,
Graves. replacement doesan
Frency, 6-2, 192, Is among thenation's PICA 20 TX 13
last year 10-6. effective job, according to 329.2 yards per game. best, averaging over 40
SAE 13 AT012Independent
In rushing offense, Alabama leads
The Southeastern ConferenceSEC Florida head scout John Eibner. yards per effort.
( ) battle between Alabama and Even with Namath healthy, the SEC, while ranking third in When asked what Alabama might Football

Florida shapes up as one of the Alabama will have its hands full passing offense. do to stop Florida, Head Coach Ray Aero 26 Chemical
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"Alabama's offense relies on
Florida. Florida's offense In Graves said, "Alabama will ...
sssss ttass ,
Fla U. 12 CLO 20
counter and to
plays delays,
recent weeks has been the South'sbest probably try to take our quarter-
throw the other team off balanceand
and the Gators
lead the nationIn
pass defense. exploit their weaknesses,"
said Elbner. "The backfield has Frosnopengciinst
Halfback Jack
Master Harper and end
College Gary Thomas are the only doubtful no speed, for they are all power I
runners. The backs are the type
starters for Florida as the Gators
try to repeat their victory of last that rip and snort for four or five Florida Stateas
yard gains.
year. In total defense, Alabama ranks The Florida freshmen football do the varsity Gators, but, of

t 3 second in the Southeastern Con- team kicks off its four game course there are a few variations.We .

4 ference (SEC) behind Auburn, schedule this Saturday against use the platoon system with

,yielding only 134.6 yards a game. arch-rival Florida State's Daby our linemen, but don't plan on

Seminoles.The platoonlng our backs, because
PLAY contest will start at 7:30 there's no great difference betweenthe

GRIDIRONGREENBACKS p.m. at Florida Field. personnel,'* said Fuller.

FSU's young team will have a The starters for the Baby Gators

one game edge in experience for are expected to bet Ends Bob

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1. Now that were 21 we have 2. Right. And this year we havea $100 CASH several hard-nosed kids that The backfield will be composedof

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Saturday, October 24 Major Colleges

e The Harmon Football F Alabama 17 Florida
ores Arizona Arkansas State 20 27 Wichita Utah 10:
Auburn 24 Southern MississippiTexas I
Baylor 17 A ., M J
TOP 20 TEAMS *(based on Power quotient ratings, not on games won and tost)4) Boston college 13 Air Force J
Bowling Green.. 17 Kent State 12
Brown 10 Rhode Island JI
I 1-OHIO STAT Buffalo 1C Holy Cross S
DAME 8 -ARKANSASTEXAS 18. OREGON Clemson 14 T. C. U. 10
Colgate 28 Kings Point 1
4pLORIDA5SYRACUSE 9. 14-DUKE 19-CALIFORNIA Columbia 14 Rutgers: 7
10. NEBRASKA 1S-PURDUE 20 OREGON STATE Detroit 70 Dayton 14
1 Duke .. 28 Army 14
East Carolina 21 Richmond 10
, HIGHLIGHTS Florida State 33 V. P. I. 0
a Georgia 20 KentuckyTulane
Georgia Tech 27IS 1t

There was a considerable amount of elbowing and Jostling among the Top Twenty Teams this last Illinois i d. 21 Dartmouth U. C. L. A. 1:
weekend, and when the dust (and rain!) cleared, a new Number One team sat on the throne of college Kansas Indiana 24 14 Oklahoma Miami, Florida State :
football. .the Buckeyes of Ohio State.Duke,Purdue, and California came up from the ranks, and Michigan t.. S. U. 21 Tennessee 1
State, Iowa, and North Carolina State weren't allowed to hang around to see what the rest of the boys did. Marshalld IS 23 Wake V.I Forest 7
Memphis i State 28 McNeeseOhio 1
THE MOST. Miami Ohio 21 U. :
So Just for a change of atmosphere let's take a look at conference standings around the country MichiganMichigan: : State 21 22 MinnesotaNorthwestern 13

as a result of the flurry of upsets. MississippiMississippi: i 21 Vanderbilt S
State .. 23 Houston 7
Two members of the Harmon Top 20 are tied for the lead in the Dig Ten Conference. Top-ranked Ohio Missouri 17 Iowa State 0
I State and 15th-rated Purdue are favored by the power quotients to remain dead-locked for the lead another Nebraska: 21 28 PittsburghColorado tS:

; week The Badgers of Wisconsin are 25 point underdogs to Ohio State, and Purdue will slip by Iowa by NewhM Carolina*i 14 17 South New Mexico Carolina State :
five. North Carolina State 23 Virginia

\ Penn State IS West VirginiaPennsylvania 0
Syracuse Oregon State
The Hip Eight: also features three leaders: 10th-ranked Nebraska, and two unranked teams, Kansas Teias Texas Tech Western ;; S.Brigham M. U. Young :
and Oklahoma State The Cornhuskers will wrap up victory N6 with a 22:! -point win over Colorado, and Toledo Tulsa 27 1f Western Michigan 12
Kansas' will edge Oklahoma State by 4 to stay In a league tie with Nebraska. Utah State 2J coio::: ado: State o
Just time for A quick sneak look at the forecasting average. .and it looks pretty good! Last week we wa hington IS: Davidson o

hit a big 131 &games right and missed 35 for an average of .783. (four ties disregarded). So our "post- West Washington TeiasWestern State ;: Idaho I 1.
World Series Jutting ;average is .764 with GIG right, 190 I ) wrong. Illinois U Trimly. TexasMontana 12 7
In the Southwest Conference{ the 8th-ranked Razorbacks of Arkansas occupy first place all by their Wyoming William: t Mary al 11 Arizona George Washington IS 7
lonesomes. In a non-league tilt this week they will rap Wichita by 27 points. Yale 14 Cornell 0
Looking 'wty West, only one leader In the Pacific Athletic Conference plays Inside the It'agut'.18th-
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