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Title: The Florida alligator
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Vol. 57, No. 37 University of FloridaGainesville Monday, Oct. 26, 1964 j
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THE DEEP SOUTH'S FINEST COUEGE DAILY"! -

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I Gators Do Everything. But Win I



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I Friday Sends-Off ) .. Defeat Is Like ,;\




Tops- Return Home Death In Family


The now once-beaten Florida where they unloaded.For .
Gators left with a hero's send-off, several minutes, however,
dropped from the ranks of the as the Gators reached the campus --Graves Page 10
nation's unbeaten football teams, with their police escort streets ,
and came back home with a back were temporarily clogged with
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door entry that caused a would-be fans, cars and spectators returningfrom k --
crowd of more than a hundred the just-flnls'ipt' freshman -
students to miss the'team. It all game between the IT and FSU. .;.
happened this weekend. However, Friday night's send- : "
off. was definitely laiger. /
The back door entry occured An estimated 2,000 fans saw the 1&
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when a mix-up developed betweenthe Gators off at the Gainesville Air- 'b1''''''," .. ,f'
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estimated time of arrival of port In a demonstration so Intense 'f : : I '
the Gator planes and their actual that Florida football coach Ray "
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The team passed numerous cars enthusiastic display of spirit I .d! .. .
headed to the airport as they came 1"i'::
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Campus United Fund



At One-Third MarkThe _


United Fund Drive on employees have received gift- M.
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campus reached nearly one thirdof pledge cards as a part: of the
its goal during the first five campus portion of a Gainesville
days of the drive, according to United Fund drive aimed at
campus fund officials. 160000. Some 15 local community
By noon Friday, the first official service agencies, including the
reporting date, the UF division Boys' Club, Scouts, Salvation
had collected$8,232.25 of a$28,800 Army, and Red Cross receive
goal; and the J. Hillls Miller their support through the
Health Center Division reported coordinated United Fund drive
$3,408 toward their$10,000 target. locally.
"With pay day falling late next A
"We have a long way to go," week," Corrick said, "we expect t
campus chairman George Corrick the greatest flurry of gifts to be
reported, "but this is a tremen- received toward the end of _
dously encouraging beginning." the drive."
Both Corrick and Howard King, Collection efforts toward the
Medical Center Chairman, campus goals will continue even
credited the spirit and energy of past October 31, official close of
Bonfire Stars In 'Victory1 Celebrationxtt'toswy
their captains and workers with the drive, he explained, to allow I

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At Atlantic Hoover Riles


BOCA RATON (UPI)-Presidsnt WEST BRANCH 10WAJUPI-
Lyndon Johnson began two days of Herbert Clark Hoover was burled
w campaigning In Florida yesterdayby yesterday in the land where he
dedicating Florida Atlantic Uni- played as a boy and dreamed his
versity at Boca Raton. dreams.

Speaking before 10,000 personsat Senator Barry Goldwater, who
ceremonies for the MW university aspires to the office which the
President Johnson said last late former president held, stood
1r2 night that a college education was with the Hoover family as a concrete -

1t his own "passport out otpoverty." body. vault received Mr. Hoover's I

It was his only scheduled formal
speech during a day that carried The sit. was a grassy hillside
him from Fort Lauderdale by car in West Branch, Iowa. Nearby WAS w
to Boca Raton and 40 miles back the cottage where )fro Hoover was
T\ .t g a w south along the Atlantic coast to born and the Hoover memorial
w Miami.On library which contains the recordsof
what be gave his nation and
the flight from Washington the world as president, statesmanand
to Fort Lauderdale Smathers told humanitarian
Johnson the latest poll taken by The band of the Fifth Array
Johnson supporters shows the playtd the solemn strains of the

: .... i President with a 60.3 to 39.7 percent "Tht Battle Hymn of the Repub.lie"
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toad over Senator Goldwater as the funeral party left IMgrave.
Family Portrait Of Florida Fans At Team Send-Off in Florida. I II I




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Page 2, The Florida Alligator, Monday, Oct. 26, 1964 Committee To Study


By SG Leaders

UF Traffic ProblemsA


New Constitution Sought new faculty-student committee of the committee's work for seJ

.a. appointed by UF Pres. J. Wayne eral years, he claimed.
under member from each caucus.warunEdwards will begin a long range "The discussions of this
The UF student body's six-year- "This will be eliminated Reitz soon con
old constitution will go out the the new constitution giving SG a secretary of legislative study 9f campus traffic needs. mlttee are strictly long 1 1he
window if Student Government) bigger leeway In governing the affairs, Is In charge of the re-write The committee will meet some- said. "It will be a few ye/J tebE
leaders have their way In the student body," Gober said. committee.The time during the next two weeks, before anything gets beyond
be "
coming spring elections. SG has appointed a committeeto new constitution should Dr. Clayton C. Curtis, professorof talking stage.
"We are actually ashamed to help In the rewriting of the finished by the last part of real estate, said. Members of the committee arJ S(
send out the constitution we now consltltulon composed of one November or early December, The purpose of this committeethe Dr. Curtis, chairman; Dr.wtrtaj d(
have to other schools when It is elected member from the according to Gober, and should be "ad hoc committee to study secretary; Dr. Ernest R. Bartle Mto
requested," said Dick Gober, legislative council, the majorityand put before the students to vote on long range needs for parking facilities Arnold Butt, William E. Elmor
student body vice president, "it minority floor leaders,and one In the spring elections. ," is two-fold. Calvin C. Greene, L. R. Jor(
Is too specific to serve as a I "First," said Curtis,"it will William L. Sawyer, Donald 10M
consltltulon. As It now reads It is gather Information on existing Wilcox, and student ShellelFlnman.
nothing, but a hodge podge of rules Flavet III Seeks campus traffic problems and studyIt YI
and laws." In relation to Information on fiE-
Gober explained the new future student population growth. Dinner Ticket
constitution would be as close New Pest ServiceOver Then, It will project possible future : t1
to a model constitution as SG problems and solutions for these rr.w

leaders could make It. 90 residents of inconvenienced. Bad problems." On SaleToda .;.
"It will be a general outline Flavet ID plan to have their weather may also preventa Two suggestions might be multi- :::
of what SG can do instead of apartments sprayed for servicing schedule from level parking garages and off-cam-
dealing with specifics as It now household pests by Orkln being strictly followed. pus parking with transportation to Oriental music, a film on na
does," he said. Exterminating Co., Inc.for Flavet residents who classes provided for students,said tlonallst China, and Instruct
"For Instance when we wantedto $2.50 a month instead of plan to take part In the Dr. Aronold E. Wirtala, secretaryof on the use of chopsticks are plane
change the student insurance continuing free spraying Orkin plan, claim that the committee. for the Chinese dinner, 6 p.m
plan, in order to place It under the University Pest Control university bug spraying "The are south of Hume Hall Thursday, in*the Florida Unio
another secretary (the Secretaryof Service. service Is slow and and along North-South Drive may Social Room.
Interior), we had to go to the "Orkln received 20 to 25 Inconvenient. also be used for parking," said Tickets may be purchsed in FT
students and have them vote on It._. calls from Flavet in Not all of the residentsare Calvin C. Greene, Jr. Director Room 315 or the International 1
requesting service," said dissatisfied with the of Plants and Grounds."It Center anytime before noon Wed
tl
Jerry Elwer of Orkin unlverrIty's service, how- will be thVjob of this committee The cost is $1.50 per persoT''E2E't
ROTC Waifs Exterminating Co., Inc. ever. ," said Curtis, "to decide 1.S
"0 u r representatives "Some people have more If such projects would solve the
discussed the possibility trouble than others," said UF's problems. The committee 1g
Go AheadThe a group plan with the mayor Stanley R. Brantley, will also suggest locations for the 1r 1t
and commission of Flavet immediate past mayor of projects."
m.Weput advertisement Flavet in. "Not everyonein The Fla. Legislature may
UF's Reserve Officers which ran twice in the Flavet HI is discon- finance part of the projects."We ()
Training Corps (ROTC) programis Flavet HI paper. tinuing University haven't decided, exactly (;
waiting for implementing "The response has been spraying." where the money will come from," )
instructions from the U. Defense terrific," said Elwer. The main objection to said Curtis, "but the Fla. Legis "
Department before taking any "our service man will the university's service is lature may pay for a portion anc
action in accordance with the ROTC have a master key and will that It is not regular. The the UF would pay the rest." )<<
bill recently signed by President be able to enter the university sprays only on a "Students will not see result \
Johnson. apartments whether the request that Is submittedby
The new law revises the college residents are at home or the Flavet resident to Book Sale rrl yldiNltdn (1
training program and Increases the "
not. the resident manager. The
high school ROTC program by almost "Once the group plan resident manager then Students may reclaim books '' > PLENTY 1j j
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500 per cent.It goes Into operation, we submits the request to the and money from all previous
provides for the expansionof believe we will have even university.A Student Government Book Sales Fall EVE QYO N E ,
the junior ROTC program from more support." few Flavet III residents today and tomorrow in Room I2>UTOGDEB t
its present size of 254 high schoolsto The university also report Instances of having 324, Florida Union from 1-5,
1,200 high schools.At offers to spray the Flavets, roaches crawling on them and 7-9 p.m. No books will be
present, one year of college free of charge, if residents and their children at night. sold at this time, but approx- YOUEEABLY
credit Is given for two years of request the service. The fact that Orkin imately $650 is still unreturned oOK
high school ROTC. The University Pest service is guaranteed from the Fall Book Sale. Due YEnl2 B
The project was promoted as Control Service,which also carries some weight with to the arrival of Hurricane
a means of fighting juvenile delinquency services all cafeterias and Flavet III residents who Dora during the last day of the \ !
and getting more men dormitories on campus, will participate In the plan. sale when books are normally
interested In military careers. It Orkin plan Rm. 200 Fla. UnionTOTAL
uses student personnel and The group returned to students, many students -
is opposed by Defense Sec. RobertS. is forced to operate on offers Flavet HI residents were unable to reclaim
McNamara as having little military schedule within pest control service at
a tight their books. Today and tomor- NO//
value. hours when the studentsare $2.50 a month. The planIs row will be the only time to do Errt
The expansion will start In 1966 able to work. guaranteed. Spraying Is so until the January sale.
at the rate of 200 schools a year. The university does not done once a month, and If
The complete cost Is estimatedat attempt to disturb the bugs appear, spraying is I
21 million. Flavets before 9 a.m.since repeated as often as it is

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Monday, Oct. 26, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 3Bloc



Seating Never Had It So Good I IRON



SPENCER the PI Kappa Phi fraternity house various campus leaders to discuss group," McArthur noted, "so that of the groups have not been rotated -
Executive Editor at which time a representative of seating difficulties and arrive at It is not dominated by the win- as equitably as could be done,
each bloc was Invited." Accord- equitable solutions. ning political party." It has beena but added that the committee was
"The bloc seating system Is better Ing to McArthur, about 35 of the This football seating committee long-standing Florida tradition working hard to try and recognizeand
this year than It has ever 43 blocs were represented at the consists of Student Body Presi- for the winning political party In realize this.
been before." meeting. dent Ken Kennedy, Florida Flue the spring campus elections to The seating chairman urged any
That Is the opinion of Football "They voted unanimously with Key President Ron LaFace,Harvey claim advantageous seats at the group which feels it has received
Seating Chairman and former Stu- one abstaining vote for us to con- Sharron, a member of both Florida fall football games as a part of the extremely poor seating for the last
dent Body Vice-President Hugh tinue with the program as we are Blue Key and Who's Who in Amer- campus political patronage three games to contact him and he
McArthur, .who heads the momen- now running it," said McArthur, ican Colleges and Universities, system."I would "certainly do somethingabout
tous task of allotlng seats to var- vice-president under the Bill Student Body Vice-president Dick created this group," Mc- it."
ious blocs for home football games. Trickel Student Party Administra Gober, and McArthur. Arthur said, "because in the past McArthur has created a group of
"As far as I am concerned," tion."We "These people are sitting down, the system of deciding where pea- student deputies whose job is to
McArthur told the Alligator, "this feel this represents a tre- with all things being considered,. pie sat was rather absurd. Everyone sit In the various blocs during the
year things are working out beauti mendous vote of confidence," Mc- and are trying to make from a very would draw from a hat, then game and report any flagrant violation -
fully. Independents' blocs and fra- Arthur claimed. corrupted system a relatively fair the chairman of football seating of University regulations or
ternity blocs In the losing political McArthur gave as one reason for and reasonable organization of would go ahead and do as he pleasedor of seating regulations to McArthur.
party have been treated much his claim that the system Is bet- football seating." as his political cronies He, in turn, plans to take these
more fairly," he continued, "andwe ter this year than ever before "We have members of pleased," McArthur said. violators before a committee consisting -
had a last at the formation of commlttmt of in this "One of the for of Dean Frank Dean
...........................meeting......................... Sunday..........'..... ... a .....both.... ..political. parties." --..........,....... major reasons Adams
" :w:i--::::*:*::::*::;::::::;:::::::::::;::;:;: ;:;::::::: :::;:::;::;:;:;:;:;::;:;::::::: PLAY REVIEWS I :::-!::*::::SSSM-SOS-:: ::::-;::*::: !--:::i: :: :iili;;:;:::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::: choosing this particular groups is Lester Hale, Coach Percy Beard,
that each of Its members has too Ken Kennedy, Ron much to lose to participate In an himself. Upon hearing the com-
obvious sham," voiced McArthur. plaints, this committee decides
Red Roses, !A Brave Play1FRANK McArthur admitted there still whether or not to remove the

remain "many weaknesses" In the privilege of bloc seating from the
system, but said these flaws are guilty bloc. Thus far, McArthur
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TAYLORC3 performance, a success the greater in that all trying to be worked out as fast asserted, there has been no situa-
and C-5 Instructor rehearsals and set-construction had to be done in as possible. tion reported serious enough to
tho midst of the remodeling of Norman Hall. Henry warrant activating the committee."We .
When the weather is not only fine but beautiful, Swanson's sets, especially in acts three and tour, "I feel we are still having trouble feel the student body Itself -
the Irish sometimes say, "It's a brave day." Here are mot effective. getting some of the people we feel has cooperated wonderfully in
is a brave play by a brave man, bravely performed.Sean that 'run things' on campus to helping us solve the existing pro-
O'Casey, the author, died at age 84 on Sept. There are 25 different characters in the play realize that they are going to haveto blems and In maintaining bloc seating -
18, just about the time "Red Roses for Me" was and with team work such as the Florida Players demonstrate a little'more responsibility ," said McArthur."In .
going Into rehearsal at the UF. "Red Roses," as give: us it seems invidious to mention some players to the student body," the Homecoming game," he
performed by the Florida Players, is a worthy without mentioning all. George Sprinkle as Ayamonn the seating chairman added. noted, "we handled almost half' or
tribute to the memory of a great playwright, a man and lotlta Hammings as Mrs.Breydon give sensitive "There is still some problemwith the student body, approximately
blocs Into other 7000 students. The bloc ran from
often argumentative, but never cantankerous, criticalof and thoroughly effective performances. Charlie overflowing
folly but never petty evil doers blocs," he asserted, "and' there the 50-yard line south to the end
outraged by Harper and Rick Schuster as Drennan and Roory
yet never bitter, hating all oppression yet in love provide excellent comic Interludes. Diana is still misuses of the activity zone and then back again to the
with all mankind. cards, although the amount of vio- north zone. There were some seatson
Hollingsworth, Margaret Beistle and Paula Maret
Thursday night there was added poignance when sustain their three roles through differing moods lation has reduced considerably, the north side of the 50."

young Ayamon Breydon, foreshadowing his own fate, most effectively. James Mulholland as the Rev. according to McArthur. McArthur said all of this was
said, "When a true man dies, he's buried in the E. Clinton gives fine interpretation,full of humanityand McArthur said he realized some done with hardly a single flaw.

birth of a thousand worlds." The red roses placedon authority.But .
the coffin of young Ayamonn In the most touchinglast

moments of the play were for Sean O'Casey too, without teamwork of a high order, a playas Reitz To Air View
from whose life came so much to please and challenging and demanding as "Red Rose for

illuminate the world. Me" could not succeed.Dr.Zim me rman's production

Dr. Leland Zimmerman, director of the play, is succeeds beautifully. All praise to the team that
to be congratulated on this powerful and subtle gave it to us. On Community JCUF

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Pres. J. Wayne Reitz has accepted an invitation appear
r' SM Nocteru Star wtfy it thai
before the Alachua County Interim Advisory Commute for the
YNENNS1h1B Aotiwriad Artcirwd Jtwtltrs Establishment- of a Community
Junior College for Alachua and

Bradford Counties, it was announced -

&x1carved0 Friday. 1,000 Annuals
:. 4 .,', Reitz was asked by Committee
& Chairman L. R. Jordan to represent -
'<' the university before the Oct.
Y..Y. Bartow-- 28 meeting of the committee. The Sold In Drive

CITY JEWELRY STORE university president was Invited to
1) Coral Gables-- bring with him other Interested
CARROLL'S JEWELERS members of his staff. Last Week"The
Daytona Beach-- "We requested that he presentthe

TOM COOK JEWELERFort UF position of :a community campus In action" will
Lauderdale-- college from two points of nlew.
bv the theme of the 19G Seminole,
DONALD V.SHAFFNER First from the point of view ofa
% according to student publicationssales
ser Gainesville major educational Institution, and
manager, Stephen A. Conn.
RUTHERFORD'S INC. second from the point of view
Conn said I the yearbook will
Jacksonville of one of the largest employersIn
stress student attlvltles with
;r4 WELL'S JEWELERSKey the community," Jordan said.
casual 1 pictures orlvnted toward
.; West. Jordan said he tought It wouldbe students."It .
:it BEACHCOMBER'S JEW- helpful if the committee requested -
will be more pr onal this
other business and
ELERS
year by spotlighting students
,, Mlaml" Industrial leaders to appear and "
rather than organisations, Coax
:I&A__ 1 *rJll LITTLE RIVER JEWELRY to give their Ideas as to how Uw '"'aid.

4 CO.Panama. proposed junior college could Conn announced that 1,000books
City.ARMSTRONG.- serve their particular business were sold during registration.Sales .
Lt; ; JEWELRYCO. or Industry.
{ will continue: until Christmas -
The Alachua, and Bradford
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Fensacola County School Boards, working
Twelve sororities
g.S are competingfor
ELEBASH JEWELRY CO. with a committee of Interested Student Publication's trophyby
citizens art attempting to secure
f Perry selling the yearbook around
WELLS JEWELRY CO. the old federal post office build-
I ing In Gainesville for conversionto campus.
St. Augustine-
Competition Is open to all student -
PH1NNEY JEWELRY the junior colleie. organizations.The : .

the diamond that dreams are made on Tallahastet-- PLAY trophy Is awarded on the
VASON JEWELERSVero basis of hours worked and books

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a flickering lights. Why and will receive a trophy.
beauty of Nocturne Star forever? R. H. HERR JEWELERSWest Every Sunday In The Four additional trophies will be

See Nocturne Star and other Style Star rings at Palm JEWELRY BeachKRAl.'SE -- Gainesville Sun warded fWlDt fI-up.
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yourArtcarved Jeweler. Priced from $90.Ask about Winter HavenFREEMAN'S-- trophy.

the Permanent Value Plan. For a free illustrated JEWELRY $100 CASH i Seminoles may to purchased

folder write to Artcarved, Dept C, 216 East 45th at the Hub, the library, and at

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2,000 Enthusiastic Fans COACH RAY GRAVES boards plane for Tuscaloosa

he strikes the familiar "V" for victory sign. (Photokj b

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I have ever seen at this school. e,
The boys appreciate this and are
going up there to win."
The pep rally had begun on the
roadway between Murphree Area a
and the Music Building at 6:45
p.rti. with only a few hundred
people being led by an unidentified -
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Gator buses In a steady stream of
M cheers which grew more boist- r \*
erous as departure time
approached.The .
team left Murphree Areaat r s"1Y
about 7:15 p.m., and by this '
time numerous cars had lined up : ''htV '
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for the procession to the airport. ,
The procession moved along
University Avenue led by a police
escort, turned north onto Thir- .
teenth Street, progressed to 37th "
Avenue, turning east until It !
reached the Waldo Road and the _
.airport. By this time the motor-
\ cade which had started at a
few dozen cars, had grown to over 4.:
QQ \ 500 cars stretching back into town Vii "'.
marked ... "
by a continuous din of \,
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Upon arriving at the
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a : greatest mass of the fans arrivinga

.. few moments later. Several
cheers were struck up and then
.' Graves said a few words with the
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We're perplexed.
We're perplexed
and vice
not visit Gainesville

Disappointment ...
search of votes, .tpd
but we'll live.
The candidates,
to criss-cross the


President Lyndon
since the beginning
In Miami and Is

engagement.Mrs. .
Johnson, .
rail tour of


this Both Republican month.vice He Sides At Fault'

But the
a good thing. Perhaps we are wrong. Perhaps we are
Read a biography witnessing a moving and mature campaign
one will find he and just aren't old enough to recognize it.
law school. Frankly we hope so. It Is much better for us
campaign to be immature than for them.
Senators George for six weeks
Governor Farris the campaign
of the legislature MIDNIGHT MUSINGS -- Received a copy of
student body candidates are "None Dare Call It Treason" in the mail last
to the state cabinet that might week. Read it this summer with skepticism,
The point is UF detail. All four which was totally encouraged when a friendof
leader In the state of and Republicans ours showed a "documented footnote" that
It perplexes us quoted Franklin Roosevelt from the
of a university that Congressional Record In 1950. Recommendthe
the state of Florida. book, though, If you've never read any
Surely, if the hate literature. .
those who will lead .In case you haven't heard, classes end
here. on the Wednesday before finals,two days earlier
Gainesville."I than last year. Figured out we had six and
No one Is to blame. one-half more days of classes last winter than
candidates William / we are getting this fall. Remember when we
and the UF earlier couldn't have Good Friday off because every
The Blue Key day was needed so desperately? Nothing like
a substitute for better than consistent thinking. *
LUNDY
an invitation-only We see the Honor Apple man is back in
And the speeches are business and we're glad. Personally we don't
and not very political.They say we have like apples but it always does the old heart
simply are other side" good to think someone can trust UF studentsand
meant to be. day after make money. The last Honor Apple man
a new"name." went broke with too many I.O.U.'s. .
equally at fault. Saw layouts of every'pagefor the New OrangePeel's
It is perplexing and ;
The candidates are who utters first issue scheduled to come out just
victory, but a he could run this before election day. The magazine is one of the
best yet the which quite
will most Influence especially jokes, are
the nation that funny. .
social security
at all. WHAT AN EDITOR THINKS ABOUT AFTER
fact that LBJ 1 A.M. -- Ever thought about what a wonderful
boot, neither of invention the electric blanket is. What could
thus far be more comfortable than assuming the prenatal
r position and turning the blanket up to nine?. .
Served Party and the Happiness is a good-night kiss. ..ComfortIs
which a good-night kiss with one's shoes off. .
Editor. . counters Discomfort is a good-night kiss with a girl
Managing Editor. have called whose nose is cold. .Fear is a good-night
Executive Editor alive today. kiss with a girl who has braces on her teeth
Assistant Managing little boys, each .Long live the good-night kiss. .
Assistant Managing names at Who invented getting up in the morning?. .
Editorial Page Why?

Sports Editor .
City Editor. .

Campus Living .'
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Editorial \i:
,
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,
Castello, Ann Abolishing Beta Woods
Unman, Ernie Lltz (

Reporters -- rules are made. This, of course, compoundsthe
Joe Kollln, Bob Golub highway danger.
abolishing the
Eunice Tall, Frank Sure, building a vllliage for married students
there Is
Snider, Thelma the ,fraternities a would be a swell idea. Then the campus police
Langbeln, David student would have a whole new source for complaints
VtndenBerg, David ; students parties.stemming from the noise made at the fraternity

Gaston, Pam Brown, whether Beta
I say that widenedand
Faber Dick Fraternity Row should be
it will
Sue Dobbie. the cars could be parked diagonally on
on back both sides of the street. If that is not enough
close to their what about the
THE FLORIDA area behind the houses?
As for the proposed villiage,how about building
of the University of
are relatively If
out past Corry and running a bus service?.
except during May
and
highway
I think this I
would In the long run make every-
weekly. Only : It's lot
a easier body a little happler-especlally students. It
Alligator. Columns than 20
might even save a few lives.
Th$ Alligator Is also realize
States Post Office at how many
Pete Wormwood, 1UC




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S ,Qnday, Oct. 26, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 7" -1''


=JAZZ CORNER



1/ Clarification Grasty's Reply 'Jazz Heritage, Part Two'


EDITOR: EDITOR: CHARLIE BUSHColumnIst

I Instructor Grasty and I have
met concerningour Due to the misunderstanding that has arisen (There Is a tape recording over in the Audio
differences In regard to the Honor Court from the letter I wrote to the Alligator on Visual Department of the Main Library held on
y g trial of Oct. 4, 1964, and the letters from both Oct. 4, 1964, I would like to make some reserve for you to listen to in conjunction with

of us that followed. In clarification of the clarifications. These are made after discussing "Jazz Heritage, Part Two.")

position of the Honor Court, I wish to state the case and his subsequent letter with Mr. Religion has played an important part in the

the following: Richman, Chancellor of the Honor Court. For blending of West African music with European
(1) The reply to Mr. Grasty's letter was further clarification of this misunderstandingsee music.

In no way Intended to reflect on or questionhis Mr. Rlchman's letter in today's Alligator. Protestant slave-owners frowned upon the

teaching ability, competence, or Integrity.The First, I would like to clarify my strong slaves' dancing and drumming! whereas the
statement that Instructor Grasty "made statement concerning the Honor System and its Catholic slave-owner was

:'. .h'.'- '. evident efforts to stretch the truth" was apparent failure. This statement was made in more permissive.The .
erroneous and Is hereby retracted. reference to the method in which the trial West African who

((2) The statement about "coerced mentioned In thl particular case was carriedout. had practiced Voodoo in
confessions" was not Intended to Imply that U certain changes are made in the handling Africa had no great difficulty

the defendant was forced to confess. It was of cases by the Honor Court,and after discussingthese adopting the Catholic

merely an example of the fact that confessionsmay with Mr. Richman I feel that they can be, religion.
not In all circumstances be as Importantas I will not hesitate to turn further cases to it. Jazz historian Marshall

the laymen consider them to be, since a This Is not to say, however, that I will do so Stearns points out that "a
confession alone, absent more,Is not grounds for if the present conditions continue to exist. West African in a Latin-
- a conviction under the American system of Second, even though I believe as I stated Catholic colony soon
Jurisprudence. in my first letter that this particular trial BUSH discovered that a great

was a miscarriage of justice, I had no Intentionof many Catholic saints bore
((3) It Is believed that Mr. Grasty's actionsIn questioning the integrity of any of the Honor interesting resemblances to his own gods.
turning the case over to the Honor Court Court personnel. And I also had no Intentionof "St. Patrick, pictured driving the snakes out

were an honest effort to support the Honor trying to undermine the jury system.In of Ireland, reminded the slave of his own

System. closing I urge the passage of the proposed Damballa, the snake cod .ot the Dahomeans.
Alternative Penal Procedure Amendment (the So on St. Patrick's day the slaves played the

((4) Mr. Grasty's adverse reaction to the 24 hour wait, falling grade only on the test, drum rhythms sacred to Dambella and
I trial was due in part to: (1)) A lack of orientation etc.) in the future., as a major step in the worshipped both Damballa and St. Patrick at

as to the Honor Court and trial procedures, direction of making our Honor System an Honor the same time and on the same improvisedaltar.
and (2) The actions of Inexperienced counselIn System for all students rather than simply a ." ,
failing to provide sufficient orientation ..- system for some. Permissive Catholic slave-owners and the
a situation that will be corrected immediately Catholic Church helped keep West African

through the Honor Court Bar Association training William J. Grasty rhythms alive in the New World.
program which has just begun. Exposure of the West African to Protestantism
created a shouting revival music. This music
The Court regrets that the student Involvedwas kept alive a major component of jazz today ..

given a failing grade in the course, and the "call-and-response pattern."

hopes that the student body will recognize Letter From SOTSEDITOR In this p. n. the preacher calls and tho
this as an expected result of an Ineffective congregation responds in a rhythmic manner.

Honor System that lacks faculty support, even (HEAR RECORDED EXAMPLE: "I'M GOING
In part. : TO HEAVEN IF IT TAKES MY LIFE" REV.
J. M. GATES AND CON RETA110N) The call-

We hope that this result as to the student.. To quote from a favorite friend of ours, and-response pattern is found everywhere In
irrespective of his guilt or Innocence but poor Governor FarrIs Bryant appeared West Africa. When the slave came to Americahe
in light of the fact that his "day In court" "irretreivably crushed" on the monumental found that Protestantism had a similar

becomes meaningless where the Honor Systemis and obvious defeat of higher education throughhis practice called -lining out."
not effectively supported, will provide some dictatorial' application of the trimester Lining out began in the British Isles around
Incentive to other students who would like to system. As characteristic of such legislative 1650. The preacher would speak the wordsof

rely upon a REAL day In Court, to supportthe nails, Governor Bryant and his Inane colleagueshave the hymn and then the congregation would
Honor System Itself in their individual forced the evaluation of the trimester sine them.
actions .. and the Honor Court will In turn do system through the Interjection of an abject Lining out was used when the congregation

its utmost to ensure proper faculty and student criterion."It couldn't read.Marshall .
respect by allowing only competent and trained Stearns writes: "We find the call-

counsel to participate in trials, and by better must work!" he bleats repeatedly; and and-response pattern In American Negro music
from the early work song on .- whenever there
orientating faculty members to trial procedures his callow-minded, rubber-stamping coequals,
prior to their testifying. are two persons to create a dialogue, or a man
like sheep following the belated Judas Goatin
and his Instrument upon which he can construct
( this case, Bryant), bleat loudly and unani- a reply.
mously in naive approval.
Gerald F. Richman Jazz uses the call-and-reiponse pattern In
Chancellor many different ways. In one very popular way
Your special section in Friday's Homecoming
the singer is "answered" at the end of his
edition concerning the feasibility of the trimester
musical phrases by an instrument (which is
system exposes a cryptic element of hypocrisy ..
-- in the following example a trombone).
Inherent in the faculty and administration of
HEAR RECORDED EXAMPLE "AIN'T ITLONESOME"
UF obscured by acquiescence. It
previously
SUNG BY JIMMY RUSHING)
their dedication is supposedly genuine how can
Thanks SeminoleEDITOR ,
Big bands have made extensive us'e of the
these so-called educators surrender their
.pattern. Hear the exciting three-way "conversation" *
consciences tQ the insidious demands of a
between saxes, trombones and
dissolute legislature? Assuming that not all of
: trumpet In the next example.
the faculty and administration are masochistically -
(HEAR RECORDED EXAMPLE: "ONE
inclined, we feel (as the Alligator evidently
O'CLOCK JUMP" WITH COUNT BASIE) .
My thanks to the Seminole for finding sucha
it Is time to INITIATE a change.
feels) that
good photographer for the yearbook picturesand That's It for this week. Next week "Jazz

to Sally Newsome, his receptionist.A Corner" will feature record reviews "Jazz
Society for the Obliteration the Trlmonster Heritage" will return the following week witha

good portrait photographer must be at System (SOTS) hopes to impress upon the discussion of "blue tonality" and blues

least half-psychologist if he is to know what Legislature the blatant failure of the trimester .IIICI n.
at the UF. SOTS aims to do away with
will make a person smile and how to presentthe system
best-looking side of each subject--all in a this Inebriated system of running university,
few minutes and in four photos.As U., this Illogical process within a seemingly
logical system. Thanks To All
"
pnotographer of Alpha Kappa Psi, pro-
fessional business administration fraternity, Students interested in abolishing toe trimester EDITOR: pIt
and system through the facilities of SOTS should
advanced amateur photographer specializing
in portraits, I know that this Is extremely request additional Information by writing, Box would be Impossible to 'write all the

hard to do, and I believe that the yearbook's 8505, Murphree Area. students, organizations and others who helped

man can do it better than most. I have been We feel that this battle with arbitrary make the IWJ4 Homecoming such a success.I .
shot by both a local portrait studio and by restrictions on Florida' Higher Education would like to take this opportunity to say

UF for photo ID cards, and it is refreshing to should not result In the inevitable outcome of thank you to everyone who, working with Florida ""
find someone who knows his job. nolle cootendrr, with the victor decided before Blue? Key and on their own, did such a fine job '
this year.AU .
It's hard to do such exacting work for many the game begins. of our alumni are most appreciative of

hours and for many days and still remain as despondently utter, upon the oreacii the work, time and energy which you the students
cheerful as the photographer and Sally can be Again, we devoted to.the success of Homecoming 1964.r .
of knowledge:
and have of UF students' pursuit
been.
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"Quidnunc
Bill A. Fleming, Director "-
If the students would realize professional Alumni ServicesLeTTtR
Frank H. Cofer Jr., 3AS
Photography Is hard work and try themselvesto Richard Shaffer, 3EG
be cheerful and cooperative, things will be
3EG
John W. Mugan, C fk
happier and quicker all around. Michael' Ctuoo, 3EG

Aatooniu Laenen, 3EG
Burin Kantabutra, 4BA from Thailand



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Coed Finds She's In The Arm Now! '


a

SHARON KELLEY by the enemy Alpha team several About one mile up the road we Alex was helping the man with of the forest. Hamburgers for
Staff WriterTo miles up the road. They returnedfire came to a winding dirt path. This the sprained knee so I grabbed breakfast might not sound too
and continued up the course. was the spot Intended to make the hold of the nearest hand. It turned appetizing, but nothing ever tasted
say I won't forget Is too At other ambush sites, the pledgeswere firework display at Gator Growl out to be attached to pledge George better, believe met
obvious. To say I regret It isn't ordered to push on throughand sound like a popcorn popper.I'd Lewis and we took a deep breath
true. .today that Is. It's Sunday not return fire. found a new combat-buddy, and ran through the second cloud
morning and after sleeping on a The first detour for the pledge Alex Stearns, and we had stationed of gas. By the time we got through, I turned In my canteen and
heating pad under an electric patrol, and the place where I left ourselves In the bushes on the left everything hurt--our eyes, nose combat boots, climbed In the front
blanket and bathing In Ben Gay,, the "good guys" and Joined the side of the road across from the and lungs just burned. George seat of the truck, promptly fell
I feel like I just might survive. enemy, was a gas main at a large spot where a Special Forces man poured water In my eyes and pretty asleep and woke when we reached
Yesterday was a different story, Intersection in the road. was setting up a big charge. (It soon I was able to quit bawling. Graham Hall.I .
however. I violently despised I was quick to discover a major turned out to be damp and never

every brother and every pledgeof difference between being with the went off). The tactical problem was said goodby to my wonderfuland
the national military honorary, pledges and the brothers--the Another cold wait In the bushes designated as completed at this patient comrades and took my

Scabbard and Blade, and the last point and this trooper, for one, battle-fatigued body to bed.
person In the world I wanted to t was perfectly willing to surrender.

see was my editor, Walker Lundy. k H 1.. By then It was almost 5 a.m. and
What started out as a joke endedup my feet plain hurt.
with me spending Friday nightIn INSTANTMILDNES
Ocala National Forest coveringthe
Initiation of 23 new Scabbardand We were picked up and taken to

Blade pledges, getting shot at, a recreation area on the othersideLsEDS

caught in tear gas, frisked in an -
Inspection line, having my face 1'L 1x 1\\
and hands blacked up with burnt
cork and hiking 13 miles! C L

All the guys were super- with
wonderful to me. There weren't yours

even many nasty cracks about the
way I looked by the time the sun
came up Saturday morning. But
they sure had a good laugh at me YELLOBOLE1-
in combat boots and kept tellingme
I had a dirty face.
The initiation consisted of a
tactical field problem in the forest f

with the Scabbard and Blade :, 1
brothers posing as the enemy and '
the pledges as a patrol of the ,
United States' Third Army. i- {

Pledges were given an
operations order explaining that

approximately one week ago enemy -.,... .)
-
forces attacked South Florida and .;t,
proceeded to the OcalaDaytonaBeach SCABBARD AND Blade initiates learn the hard side :.,

line. Guerrlla patrols were of Army life as they go through initiation in the Ocal- I IL ."
reported active In the area. "
National Forest last weekend. Arnold Ron
The pledge patrol was orderedto a Gary ,

counter enemy efforts, drive King, Frank Manning, and George Lewis are hustled

him southward and destroy him. into a transport which will take them to play war
My assignment was to I
accompany both the pledges and games" (Photo by Nick Arroyo)

brothers and simply observe,come brothers moved along at what and then we could hear the attack .
back and write an "I was there" .
seemed like a triple-time pace starting down the line.Just as the sfat if,
account. There times whenI
were compared to the pledges. Not pledges came Into sight,a strange, I<
doubted whether my story would wanting to get left In the forest,, sweet smell started drifting over
ever get written. I decided I'd better try to keep us .. tear gas! FR 6-3261
After an embarrassing, but

hysterically funny incident when I up.We reached the paved road and Crying, coughing, choking, ext. 2832
got caught In the Inspection line spread out in the bushes on on sneezing, yelling,everything broke
at the assembly area, we (the side of the road to setup the loose. I had to rejoin the pledges
pledges and yours truly) "jumped ambush. I was with brother Dick then so Alex gave me his jacket,
off." We had been told to advance
Combs at this time and we found took my hand and we ran blindly
into the forest, find a hidden spot what looked like a good spot and through the gas to a clearing. mOOEI7n
and sit tight for further orders. settled down to wait. It was Somebody lost his glasses, somebody -
The sitting tight lasted :->r planned that a grenade would go else sprained his knee, Shoe Repair Shop
almost an hour during which timeI off as the pledges entered the everybody was crying and suddenlythe
tried to tell myself that any area, that they would take off wind shifted and what was left HEELS ATTACHED 1
snakes In the area wouldn't likea running down the road and get of the gas started following us. 5 Mlns.*
girl with a dirty face and combat caught in the ambush. Flar4, \ took off down the road and
boots. I reviewed some of the smoke bombs and other niceties uudenly there was more gas. SOLES ATTACHED
things I'd been told to do, suchas were on hand to make the problemmore from another grenade.
run If we hit a trip flare, hit interesting.The 15 Mlns.
the dirt under fire and If someone endless ana
wait seemed PLAY
said the password "airborne," to breathe without
could hardly
answer "ranger." we making noise. GRIDIRONGREENBACKS Amtocnt Billurd Shape.$5.95 and$6.95

We left the woods and started Things started happening pretty At Two Locations
down the road. There were two fast as the pledges headed for NNi rrutli r vtli.it you nmokc you'll

teams of pledges,Alpha and Bravo, the ambush area. First, the Initial Every Sunday In'Thi CAROLYN PLAZA ike Y< llo-llolo! ,'tlr*mow formula
and three "points" or advance grenade signalling the brothersto wmi-y lining innurcn InMant Mild

security men who checked out the start shooting didn't detonate, IUt Sun FR60315And tv+%. prole*t* th, imported briar
G \IfE'S\ '
area ahead of us for possible and before Dick and I knew it, h.,1, MI completely, it'* guarantml .

ambushes.In there was a pledge standing in / I 'illnt hurn out for life.Why
101!
order to give the pledges a CASH N. Main St.
taste of acting In an emergencyand front of us hollering, "Man In the $100 not thnnfc your smoking habitsth
1st Bank
Not'I
bushes I" Opp. Irw Yello-Hole
making snap decisions, the AWARDED { i.iny way
patrol leader was "killed" from I'd been told not to move unlesswe FR6-5211 w'Jy :lt) to S6 9.;,
I looked at Each Week
time to time. He shouted be was were attacked.
hit, fell back Into the ranks and Dick and he wasn't moving so I
Thorn
sW!. More pledges descended SOartse Checker
there was a new chain of command. sat f2.50 fI SO f/.9S
The the spot and the next thing I
first patrol leader was"k111ed" upon NorthwesternInsurance MutLJ
by the first shot, but knew something went off about ill .
Problem umpire Dick Grant said three feet in front of my face. life Co
the pledges reorganized quickly That was all the "attack" I SINCE 1157
and very little confusion was needed. I turned and somehow got
present. out, through the bushes and behind
The enemy brothers were also what had to be the skinniest pine
divided Into two teams, Alpha and tree in creation. Scared? You bet
Bravo, and were assigned various your boots! I was panicked Jcan't COLLEGE PLANS r..
moving so ClUnl'Pipe*f<"York World's Fair
areas along the route In which remember ever INSURED SAVINGS *
N. hwfIIIt.Jt.
they could set up ambushes,flares, fast in my life! Ml. ,r.. BooUtt' ttltt how to smokes' pipe l :
smoke grenades and other booby It seemed like ages before things IIOSW.tLm U .A"" MORTGAGE .ho*' shapes, write: YEUO-BOIC
and we (PCS: tlc N Y n N V. Otplloo.
traps. exploding around me *
Sniper flr was heard all quit 204 s.c. Eif RETIREMENT
bushes and startedoff By Pie mtkt a KAYWOOOIEo
along the way. pulled out of the J"1I1-
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"Defeat Is Just like a death In
the family," said Ray Graves,
"you just have to get along withIt.
."
Graves had just watched his
P team suffer a hard fought
17-14 defeat at the hands of rn"1 :r t
the revenge minded Crimson Tide ;
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from Alabama.: In talking to
1i reporters he admitted the game
: took him by surprise when It turned
Into an offensive battle Instead of
the defensive clash he had been
predicting all week. However, he
emphasized he didn't think this
defeat would kill the whole year
for his team.
"I am hoping they will bounce r y
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back against Auburn," he said. ..\. "
"The option won for them," ,'If< .. '

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the second half and we couldn't 6 sIW +..
stop It. We were prepared for
GOING ROUGH for Steve Spurrier as Alabama see Namath (Joe) to run quarterbackbut LARRY DUPREE is stopped by Tide line with only 30

how much Florida quarterback can take. (Photo by Bob Sloan we In the should second have half.adjusted for seconds left in contest. (Photo by Bob Ellison)

Ellison i ) "They came up with some new
offensive wrinkles which just keptus
off guard," Graves continued.
"They had npt been throwing to
their ends on the diagonal like
they did today.
Graves said his sophomore
quarterback, Steve Spurrier,
thought he had another time out
left when the Gators were down

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This was the first time Spurrier
had gone all the way on offensefor
the Gators at quarterback.
Graves said he thought all along
Florida would have to pass
against Alabama to move the ball. 7i
lie said the game plan against
Alabama had Spurrier In there
passing.
Graves thought both teams
played a better ball game this yqar
than last. lie said he was proudof
the way his team fought back.
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have played all year," Graves
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said. "We just weren't good
enough to beat Alabama." 6
Florida was the "rover" defense
according to Graves when
Alabama scored on a long touch
down run. Steve Bowman broke
away for a 30 yard romp In the 4
third quarter for Alabama.
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which stopped them last year,"

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to be the only major /Injuries the
DUDLEY KERR, 32, picks up short yardage as 'Bama Gators suffered In the hard fought! HUDSON HARRIS, 35, makes gain for Tide as Flor-

runs through Gator line. Alabama \lctory. Poe hurt his ida players close in.
ankle early In the game and t\/ItPl'|
Is Buffering from a bruised rlt"
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From The Pressboxwith Heart Says PaulPaul "DACRON"'


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(Bear) Bryant paid both continued. "They moved the ball makes

GLENN LANEY Alabama and Florida a supreme on us and there was nothing we
compliment after Saturday'snarrow could do about It. I would say It the

Sports EditorIt victory over Florida.He was the greatest offensive game I
.
-_ -._ 0 said his Alabama team of can remember." .campus
wasn't Just another football game. Saturday takes over the No. 1 Bryant added that near the end

Defense was thrown to the wind as the two powerful offenses moved spot in his heart, even over the the Tide was trying to keep Florida scenewith

down the field almost at will. Every play was a big play..every 1961 national championship club, in-bounds on those passes they
series a crucial one. the great 1956 Texas A&M team started throwing away from the Higgins and the

When It was all over the Crimson Tide had put three more points and the brilliant Kentucky legionsof lonesome end and getting out.
1950. He referred to the drive Steve combination is Big On
on the board than Florida. Saturday Alabama was three points better
than the Gators. If the game was replayed next week It would haveto "It took a great team to come Spurrier captained from his own Any Campus. Tailoredin
be called a tossup. from behind and beat the Gators 20 to field goal kicking positionat
out there today Bryant said the Tide 14, traveling that dis- traditional Yale and
,
,
I Looking back there are a lot of It's, and's, and but's which can
I soaked to the skin in his own tance In less than three minutes.
be thrown into the conversation the
discussing game. Trim Fit models of 65
%
I perspiration on a day that wasn't Alabama Gov. George Wallace
No Excuse
that hot. was there to congratulate the "Dacron"* polyester
I However, the UP makes excuses to no one. We got beat..OK... "We boat a terrific team," he state's most popular man. He also
just watch us next week though. This Isn't a team that is going to said In his opinion Florida also .35% combed cotton

quit on the Florida fans just because they lost one game. deserved to be in the Top 10. for wrinkleless neat
t Wildcats I I
And on the other hand..we don't have a group of fans here who Upse
F1, are going to get down on the boys just because they lost one game. When someone mentioned that looks and carefree wear,

The fans' exuberance was the talk of the Alabama sports writersas Alabama was out-weighed by atfj/ner/ Stores everywhere.
several of them mentioned the sendoff accorded the team Friday Bulldogs Roll Florida, Bryant offered, "We play
night. them bigger every Saturday butI *trademark Duoont't registeredt ,

While I was still on the way back from Tuscaloosa, I also understand Heading the list of Southeastern got to figure we're bigger at

there were quite a few people out at the airport to welcome the Conference (SEC) upsets was the heart."
i team back Saturday night. There would have reportedly been more 21-7 stomping the Georgia Bull- Bryant had high praise for his

i If a foulup on the time schedule of the plane had not been made. dogs gave the Kentucky Wildcats. sub quarterback Steve Sloan, who

I Makes You Sick Kentucky drew blood first with a took over when Joe Namath was
I the first
in
Injured j quarter.
I touchdown pass in the first quarter.But .
There was one thing about the game which really turned my Namath's Injury was to his already
the Bulldogs, behind the lea-
| stomach. lame knee.
dership of quarterback Preston ailing
I No..it wasn't the blatant pass Interference play which never was Bryant said they would not know
Rldlehuber, scored twice in the
called. And it wasn't the final score.It the extent of the Injury until next
added
second quarter and
was the Alabama band.
another tally In the fourth to put week. ,
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During one series of plays in the last half they would strike up "Oar offensive line deserves a Q
the out of reach.In .
i a tune making it almost impossible for the Florida team to hear the game tied lot of credit," Bryant said,
near upset Tennessee
a ,
i signals being called. These little ditties started just as Florida broke enjoying very much this post-game
the LSU Tigers 3-3. Field goals
: the huddle. It was obvious, it was flagrant,it was down right obnoxious press conference. "And let me say
by Tennessee's Fred Martin andLSU's
\,' ...but they got away with it. that we hadn't really been tested
Doug Moreau accounted for
<\ I certainly hope this school never places such an emohasls on until today so I didn't know what
\ winning that it uses such uncouth tactics as these to beat the other team. the Georgia scoring. Tech squeezed past kind of game to expect. It was justa \ +l

Let's Call It Quits Tulane by a score of 1-6. A The great win day pushed, for Bryant's both sides.recordto r ,

t touchdown pass from Tech
,:, On this happy note let me say this will be the last column I write quarterback Bruce Fischer to end 20-1 In Tuscaloosa. It was;

V for the Alligator. I have enjoyed my tenure as sports editor of this Mike Fortier in the third period however, as one scribe noted, bis
It paper. I have tried as best I could to bring you the students of the erased the Tulane Lead. The first win over Florida as Alabama
UF as complete sports coverage of this campus as possible. Greenie defense kept them in the coach. Of course, It was but his

:l But now I am tired. game with three Interceptions,one second try.
Tired of what? good for their only touchdown. The series ends now, for a time,

/, Tired of the air of constant petty bickering which has replaced Mississippi State relied on two resuming in 1967 on a home and

one of almost professionalism which once prevailed In the fourth quarter touchdowns to eke home basis.
basement of Florida Union. by Houston 18-13. Halfback Don

t'the t I am tired of drunks coming down here at night and trying to tell Bland's 73-yard return of a kickoff -
I me how to run this sports section. provided State with the winning
i I am tired of the constant fight waged against the more responsible margin.

11 elements on campus when something Is trying to be done which should On-again-off-agaln Mississippiwas 1V astetColteg
'I+ have been done by that responsible element..but yet It wasn't. off again as the Rebels just e
I am tired of getting tests back with "D" on them because I was managed to score in the waning
l'' up until one in the morning getting the paper out. moments to tie Vanderbilt, 7-7.

You might say I have reached a fourth down situation with long A 51-yard touchdown pass from
,\ yardage. It is time to drop back five yards and punt and play defense quarterback Jim Weatherly to half-
for a while. back Dave Wells in the final period IN

kept Mississippi from going downto t4
Cagers Could Be GreatThere its third defeat.
Next week's Gator opponent

is only one thing which makes me regret leaving this job. Auburn beat Southern Mississippi
I wish I could have made it through the basketball season. 14-7. All-American quatterback
This year basketball coach Norman Sloan has said in typical Jimmy Sidle led the Tigers on THE CURIOUS

diplomatic style "his team is beginning to close the gap betweenthe many long drives that fell shortof PARADOX OF
other teams In the SEC." the Southern Miss. goal line. ROGER STAUBACH

The truth Is the Gators have the potential to be a powerhousethis It took second-string quarterbackJoe .
An exclusive interview reveals
I year. This could be the year Florida has both their footballand Campbell to drive Auburnfor
the conflicting traits that have
both their touchdowns in the
their basketball teams in the top 10 in the nation.
C'est la finis. second half. made Navy's all-time quarterback
/ college football's No. 1 star,

Freshmen Handle Florida State ALSO, discover why All-America
tackle RALPH NULY is called
I "Oklahoma's Mild Monster"


; With Ease ; Score 13 -0 Shutout JIMMY.BROWN'S*


Florida's Baby Gators unveiled The Baby Gators passed sparingly Higbe made a diving, over-the- 5 GREATEST GAMES
.. their version of the Gator var- but well, with Wages and shoulder grab for the tally.
sity's patented 1-2 quarterback McIntosh combining for nine completions After the Gator defense forced The fabulous Cleveland Brown
punch enroute to scoring two first- 1112 attempts and 114 the Seminoles to punt from deepIn fullback selects his most outstanding -

half touchdowns and a 13-0 victory yards. Florida State gained only their own territory, the Baby days in football.
Saturday night at Florida 22 yards through the air. Gators took over on the FSU 44-

Field over the freshmenSeminolesof yard line.Waces .
I Florida State University. On the ground, the Baby Gators SPORT keeps you apace of all

Harmon Wages and David McIntosh were led by Wages, Downs, Mc- led the charge down to events on the college and pro
shared the quarterbacking Call, and John Gibson as they the one, where McIntosh slanted sports scene. Enjoy expert cover

chores for the Baby Gators, with racked up 103 yards. FSU rolledup over the left side of the line to age analysis, indepth features.
I Waf r passing for one touchdown 120 yards, relying almost soley make It 130. action photos in

I and McIntosh scoring the second. upon Mike Blatt to do all the The remainder of the game wasa

With five minutes gone in the running.The rugged defensive battle. The DECEMBERFovoritt

.. first quarter, Florida's Paul rugged freshmen defensive line SPORT
' Edison rushed In to block a Sem- versatile Wages did the rushed Florid State quarterbackJim

tools punt on the 22,and the Gators punting for the Baby Gators, ave- Bailey unmercifully. Baileywas mogotU; of tile ao"a
I' converged on the pigskin at the aging 38.1 yards on eight kicks. able to complete only 2 of tort and file iportt .;..dedl i
.FSU 12-yard line. Three plays Florida's record Is 1-0, while 13 passes. Twice the Gator defensive j
later, Wages fired A 17 yard pass Florida State has not yet scored line stopped FSU advances NOW ON SALE!

.to John Hlfbe at the goal line. this season, and is 0-2. on the 1-yard line.



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