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Title: The Florida alligator
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FloridaVol.57 Tlie ALL I GATOR




Tuesday, Oct. 27, 1964
of FloridaGainesville
No. 38 University -
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THE DEEP SOUTH'S FINEST COUEGE DAILY"! :




LBJ Visits Orlando ; '. .." :' '. l j I

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SAM ULLMAN NEW YORK (UPI) Sen. Barry Goldwater charged

Editorial Assistant yesterday that President Lyndon Johnson was seeking

ORLANDO About 150,000 people saw President election through "political daddyism" by expandingthe

Lyndon Johnson barnstorm Orlando early yesterdayIn federal government's power to bestow benefits \

old-time political style.In on voters. I

one of the wildest political spectors to hit

Orlando In the President rode and
many years
nominee
urged
The Republican presidential
walked through the main streets of the city shaking
Americans to reject a "bread and circus" approachto \
thousands of his supporters.
hands with that he said threatened freedom.
Orlando police estimated the well-behaved crowdin government '1
He Indirectly accused Johnson ;
the streets at about 100,000 by
of "silly political doubletalk" and
8 a.m. By 9 a.m. the crowd at
Colonial Plaza Shopping Center, "transparent vote-grabbingdema-
where the President was to speak Politics Forum goguery" In a speech prepared fora

had reached 50,000. GOP rally in Madison Square
Garden.
Three bands and a sea of post-
The speech climaxed a day of
ers greeted the President as he arrived Set TomorrowProf. [
walking behind his well- campaigning In Salisbury, Md.,and
Dover, Del., where Goldwater said
guarded limousine. He met Demo-
he was "scared stiff" at the
cVatlc gubernatorial nominee Hay-
don Burns, Sen. George Smathers, Walter Rosenbaum,of possibility of Sen. Hubert H. ft

Sen. Spessard Holland, Gov. Farris political science department, Humphrey becoming the vice

Bryant, and a bevy of other will head a discussion on Sen. president.
Goldwater's My Case His sharpest attack on the
state and local politicians who Barry
the Party" tomorrow President came in the evening
rushed him into a trailer for final for Republican
talks at the Garden however."It .
touches on his planned speech. at noon at the Pres- ,
While in the trailer, a John- byterian Student Center, 1402 Is a fact that Lyndon Johnson I '
Ave. and his curious crew seem to ,
son aide remarked that police W. University -
Is the last In believe that progress in this : '
should be doubled for the sched- The program
country is best served simply and r ,
uled appearance In Jacksonville a series on current political '
directly through the ever-
later that day. events. ,
flU crowds are as large as this Sandwiches and coffee will expanding gift power of tho everlastingly -
.
be for the first 35: growing federal ,
one, we'll need more protection provided .
he said. '*- people. The public is invitedto government," Goldwater said.
PRES. J. Reitz proclamation designating -
UF Wayne signs a
attend. (Continued On Page 3))
(Continued On Page 3))
Dollars for Scholars week which opens at+fhe

Alligator Bill to be DiscussedCouncil Auburn-Florida game Saturday. Looking on are Bill

McBride, fund drive chairman leFt, and Ken Kennedy,

I UF student body president. Dollars for scholars' is a

Meets TonightA matching fund in which the federal government gives $9

for every dollar raised in the drive. (Photo by UF Photo .
bill which would require iTie last meeting by Earl G. Banker.A concerning student publications Is

Alligator to publish the minutes of revised edition of the bill,which also expected to be announced.A Service)

Legislative Council meetings will would require The Alligator to publish chairman of the newly appointed -

be considered by the Legislative coverage of council meetings, Constitutional Revisions Grant
Council tonight at 7:30 in the but not the actual minutes, Is expected Committee will be elected. This $142,013

Florida Union Auditorium.The to come up for discussion committee w5 recently set-up bya

bill was submitted at the before the council. A resolution bill proposed by Lester M.Bud

dy) Blaln. It Is expected to writea BoardRelated

new consltutlon In time to be Okayed

voted upon by the student body In

the spring elections.
The BillA Elections will be held for a ( Stories. 2)) The program, already underwayat

council member to be on the The state Board of Control yes- the university,Is the second such

bill to provide for the publication of Legislative Council Florida Union board of managers, terday approved a$142,013 grant to program to be conducted at the university -

minutes and proceedings and for other purposes.BE and a student member to the faculty the UF for a 10*week Peace Corps since June.

IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF THE disciplinary committee. training program for 62 volunteers Workers are being trained to

STUDENT BODY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA; Seven Council members who are going to Jamaica and British lion- serve as teachers, education
no longer in school or who no lon duras. supervisors and as personnel with
Student Con-
Pursuant to Article II, section 212 of the Body ? of
a variety skills for community
wish to the council
stitution It is the finding of the Legislative Council that the ger serve on
rural of
development In the areas
will be Members who will
that Council replaced. Grants
publication of the minutes and proceedings of 1,000 Jamaica and British Honduras.
be Exum Walker
replaced are D.
,
in the interest of the Student Government of the University of The which ends Dec.
project,
Jerry, D. Ross, John D. Kay lor' ,
Florida. Michele Meares Calvin L,Jordan 23, Is under the Joint administration -
C. -
,
Section I Definition For the purpore of this bill, minutesare
o? the university's Collegeof
Available
Dennis E.Guldland"Dlckle"Jones. NowSeniors
defined as the official written record of the section of the Education and the Center for

Legislative Council as recorded by its Secretary. Latin American I Studies. Dr.Maurice ,
minutes At 6:43 tonight both parties will In the Arts Sciences
the
Proceedings are defined as those addends to ,
caucus in the Florida Union-Gator who will be graduated In April, Ahrens, professor of education -
enrolled bills resolutions and special requests.
suche as ,
before Party In Room 324,and VOTE Par- June or August of 1985 and who Is coordinating the ac
Section II The Florida Alligator shall publish, on or
tivities.
ty in Room 118.MttX'Xfctt have a "B" apply
average may
of the
following each meeting Legislative
the eleventh day
for of forth. The first six weeks of the program -
fellowships
one 1,000
Council, the minutes and proceedings of that meeting as delivered -
will be conducted In Gainesville -
Affairs. It ; VSSMV/SSSSt. first ytar of graduate, study Applicants -
to the editor by the Secretary of Legislative with emphasis on language
fH--p-H-
should have some foreign
shall also publish any Information required by resolution of the
z: language competence and be skills, American and world affairs -
Legislative Council for that purpose. Communism studiesof
area
bill shall be effective the tenth day following Interested In teaching as a career.
Section in This I
the two countries,
project per-
signature by the President of the Student Body. \ Alligator \ Applicants pursue are the expected Ph.D.to degree.eventually sonal and medical training and ,

MeetsThe y y Science and mathematics majors physical fitness. I
AAUP :;; with a clear Interest in a teaching The training group will go to I

;Voted Out Of j career may be Dominated, but they the Virgin Islands after Thanksgiving -
changes In tie relationship the Law School Auditorium. for field training during
must apply simultaneously tor a
between the faculty and the admin The changes, brought about as I I National Science Foundation Fellowship the final four ...b.

istntioo will be discussed tonight the result of the new unlvtrtitv and must accept that award Staffed by 19 specialists tapped

it the meeting of the UF chapterof constitution adopted last spring \ Honor Court I if nominated. primarily from the UF, the pro-

American AJHTflaMrtB of University # gram will also>> Include lectures
(Continued On Page 2)) ?
Professors (AAUP) at 9 in $ H/////,7./h h 'h / (Continued On Page 2)) from a number of consultants






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Control Board Says




A&M Here for NowThe



Board of Control assured out the Negro college In Tallahassee by the University of Florida and
president: George Gore yesterdaythat "disturbed the morale of the Florida State university for grants
Florida A&M University was staff.' The proposal was presentedto from the National Science Founda-
In no Immediate danger of being the board by Its staff at the tion for science development. The ..
abolished and then cleared Its Sept. 6 meeting in Gainesville. University of Florida will ask for
conference table for study of $231 The recommendation s aid the $5 million and Florida State ...
million In proposed spending for school should be eventuallyphased $4,607,000. -..
next biennium.The out but noted the action "will not Director J. Broward Culpeppersaid
board didn't get all the way be Justified In the forsee able if one or both of the schools
through what at first appearedto future." got their grants, it would be "of
be a routine agenda. The budget Gore said he needed some reassurance tremendous Importance to the uni-
Items and actions for the by the board that there versities."
You SEEN YouR
board's part of the agenda were were no Immediate plans to abolishthe Florida State University was HAVe\
delayed until today's session. school."We would like to main- authorized to purchase two pieces
Generally, however, most Itemson tain our place in Florida higher of property adjacent to the cam- .
the agenda drew tentative approval education without a sword hangingover pus, one for $31,000 and the other REPRESENTATIVE
needing only formal action our head," be said. for $20,000. 5ttA1Not ?
by the board today. Chairman Baya Harrison said Establishment of a neurobiological -
Gore said a proposed master the proposal to phase out the school program, with authority to seek
plan for higher education In Flori- had come as a surprise to every- research grants, also drew board
da, which recommended phasing one at the September meeting."Atthe approval. It would be set up at the
present time it Is Just a report University of Florida Medical
," Harrison said. School.
Other board members said as
far as they were concerned there
USF Gets was no Immediate plans for phas- AAUPContinued
ing out the school. "It will be here
after I am dead," said member
MastersTALLAHASSEE Charles Forman Ft.Lauderdale.
Proposed spending for the com- ( From Page 1)) b
ing biennium, as recommended by
include the civil of the
rights
(UPIThe
the board's fiscal staff, Included
university of South Florida at $183,509,319 from general revenue faculty as to their special rights
Tampa was authorized yesterdayto funds and $48,082,237 from trust and responsibilities, and also the ::ff f-
offer master's degree programs issue of the proposed Board of Regents .
funds. For the current biennium the *
In almost all areas of secondary general fund appropriation totaled which will be voted on in the iiitoj(P
education, mathematics, natural November 3 election.
$114 million and from trust funds .
science, business administrationand $37 million. Other topics of discussion will
be revisions In the
engineering. University
The proposed budget Includes
The Board of Control also authorized only operation funds, not building Senate procedure, a review and
the university to offer an money.In analysis of departmental and college -
adult education program leading to other action, the board gave evaluations; procedure, and
the decision of the Board of Con-
a bachelor of Independent studies tentative approval for the Univer-
degree, a course the board said sity of South Florida to offer trol as to faculty fingerprinting.
could be completed In a mini- masters degrees In secondary and Professor Cecil N. Smith,chap-
mum of 18 weeks by hard-working primary education, mathematicsand ter president, said the four main
'
students. natural sciences and business speakers will be Professors .sJl (L r nleWEEV
The new degree program, the administration.The Gladys Kammerer, Fletcher Bald BE 'US
board said, is designed to appealto board also authorized the win, Fred Hartman, and Manning
Air Force personnel at Mac- school to start planning a professional Dauer. A discussion period' will
Dill Field or other adults who are follow the speeches. ILL
leading to i
program a : : YoU GFiN:
Professor Smith has extended
transferred away from Tampa before masters degree In engineering.It an ,
getting their degrees.The endorsed and agreed to backas Invitation to all faculty membersto
new budget proposed by attend the meeting.
strongly as possible requests
USF Includes funds to Initiate the ALSO SUY ONt: IN
graduate programs and operatethem
in the 1965-67 biennium. What's
See New in
-
Most of the graduate program
course work will be offered during ROOM zoo '.pUN16N)
summers, Saturdays and night on
the presumption that many students The Browse Shop
enrolled will be adults holding full- f//frleRLY) c.t Psii(3 O'J
time Jobs and living within com- FITNESS OF THE ENVIKONMtNT:

muting distance.The Lawrence HendersonTHE I
HAll.
first graduate program, ,
leading to a master's degree in

elementary education, was startedat CENTAUR . . . . John Updike
USF this summer. Some of
the new programs could begin as
early as next June U funds are SONS OF THE SHAKING EARTH..Eric Wolf v
provided, the board said. n

EXISTENTIALIST THINKING AND THOUGHT ( ( ( ( z

GrantsContinued ; d. by Frederick Patka


MISTER JOHNSON. . . . .Joyce Gary

( From Page 1)A )

single fellow or a married WORLDLY PHILOSOPHERS..Robert Heilbroner
fellow without children receives a
living stipend of $1,800 for one
academic Married fellows DEATH IN VENiCE. . . Thomas Mann
with children year.receive an additional

allowance of $1,000 for the first TECHNICAL & REFERENCE \\\iml\I
child and $250 for each additional
child. Tuition and fees are paid
school.directly to the fellow's graduate NUCLEAR POWER U.S.A.

Zim Pittman &
Students Interested In this award Hogerton
should ask their major professor
or their advisor to send a brief CLASSICAL ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM
letter of nomination to Robert A. .
Bryan, assistant dean of the Grad .Panofsky & Phillips
uate School, Tlgert 233. The letter INO/E
should supply the student's name, INTRODUCTION TO SOLID STATE PHYSICS JE1
college, major and Gainesville ad-
dress. KUte
Deadline for letters of nomi- Campus" Shop & Bookstore
nation to reach the Graduate School (TttA1S YOUR YEARBOOK
is Oct. 29.
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Tuesday Oct. 27, 1964 The Florida Alligator; Page 3


Williams NamedPsychiatry Honor Court Justices


HeadDr.


Robert L. Williams, UP Vote To Oust AlligatorHonor

professor of psychiatry and neurology -

today was announced as the
new Chairman of the Departmentof Court Justices ruled last "The presence of reporters at "Honor Court Justices, not the

Psychiatry, College of Medicine .s.',--:, -',.II.. ... week that The Alligator cannot trials was not questioned until now chancellor, are the official policymakers
continue Its practices of reporting "
at the J. Hlllls Miller Health because no one challenged It before here, Rlc. man noted.
Center. eOr proceedings of Honor Court trials. last month," Richman said. "They feel protection of the defendant's -
I .. The ruling verses a procedure
rJ Identity Is the most Important -
The appointment, announced by .. e: Following the request, Rlchman
followed for two years by which "
Dr. George T. Harrell, dean of the : : : : conferred with Honor Court consideration.
Alligator reporters have been allowed -
Richman also announced that In
College of Medicine, Is effective s Justices and reached the decision
to witness and report court the,future, sheets will be
Immediately.Dr. J L. ''I that trials will not be reported summary
proceedings so long as the defendants' -
Williams, professor of psy- without the express consent of the more limited. Summary sheetsrelease
-UU Identities remained secret.
,
Information on Honor
chiatry and neurology since 1962 defendants.
Honor Court chancellor Gerry Court and decisions. It has
and a member of the medical fac- Richman cautioned that he"wenton cases
Richman said the reason why the become standard procedure to release -
since ae. the record neither
ulty 1958, has been serving as agreeing
A rh question arose was due to the
+ these sheets giving Infor-
as acting chairman of the Department W 5 nor disagreeing with the new rulIng -
challenging of the presence of a mation on Honor Court cases and
of Psychiatry since June. on reporters.
reporter last month.Violinist. decisions since former Chancellor -
""
He replaces Dr. Peter Regan '0 .
... Herb Blessing initiated the
who became vice president of New
York State University at Buffalo. ..j Accardo practice two years ago.
Richman said, tithe Honor Court
Before coming to Florida, Dr.
adhered to the Student
strictly
Williams served as chief of neu-
rology and psychiatry for the I Visits UF TomorrowThe Dody Constitution, not even limited
sheets could be
United States Air Force on the summary publicized. -

staff of the Surgeon General, and '
simultaneously, as associate pro- UF's Lyceum Council loess Administration and Beta "The Student body Constitution

fessor of neurology at Georgetown Dr. Robert L. Williams brings the brilliant, young Alpha Psi accounting fraternity. only allows publication" of guilty
University Medical School. He Is Italian violinist Salvatore Ac- Dramatics continue at the penal decrees, the chancellorsaid.

now the Surgeon General's repre- cardo to the university campus university as the Florida Play "This excludes even Infor-
sentative In the Collegeof Medi tomorrow. er's production,"RedRoses for mation on acquittals," he added.
cine. From 1960 Me into the second weekof Rlchman asserted that he re-
to 1964 was the Health College The university performanceIs goes
university's coordinator for Medi- slated at 8:15 p.m. in Uni- performances, Curtain timeIs greted the secret nature of.Honor

cal Education for National Defense versity Auditorium.In 7:30 p.m. for the Thursday Court proceedings In an Informal

(MEND). Name ChangedThe other campus activities, performance and 8:00: p.m. on question and answer session in
Dr. Graduate Accounting and Droward Dormitory last week.
Williams' research interests the 15th Annual Friday Saturday.Dr.
Public toward the
feeling Honor
& Involve Intensive studies Conference gets
of sleep patterns and the effects UF yesterday announced a underway Thursday In the Hub. Medford Evans will deliver court would be improved If students -

of sleep deprivation, and In this name change for its college which Patterened along the theme a lecture on"Separate and could ascertain what occurs

area he Is serving as consultantto trains medical technologists, occupational "Current Developments Affect- Equal Stations" Thursday, at during proceedings," Rlchman

the U. S. Air Force Man In thrapists and others In Ing The Certified Public Accountant 8:15 p.m. in University Auditorium said.

Space Program. health related fields. ," the conference is Evans, spokesman for

sponsored by the Florida Institute conservatism, will be sponsored -
The College of Health Related of Certified Public Ac- by the Forums Committeeof LyndonContinued

mo&epn Services, one of the four colleges countants, the College of Bus. the Florida Union.
within the J. Hlllls Miller Health
( From 1))
Shoe Repair Shop Center, was renamed College of Page
Health Related Professions to
After Introductions bySen.Sma-
HEELS ATTACHED more accurately reflect the pro- BarryContinued then and Gov.Bryant, Pres.John-
fessional level of modern health
son approached the podium. The
5 Mlns. .
specialties.The roar of a huge and almost frantic -

SOLES ATTACHED ( From Page 1)) crowd delayed his speech by

trains clinical nearly 10 minutes as the President -
college psychologists "One thing we all know andI powerful Dally it will enter new
15 Mlns. speech pathologists, assure you I do: That's a much businesses and practices, new requested silence {tp the delight -
of the crowd.A .
audiologists, rehabilitation coun-
easier way to get votes than In areas of private enterprise where
selors, physical therapists, occupational my way, it always has been. It's it has no place. group 01 uold water supporters

therapists, medical political daddy ism and It's as old "And dally Its leaders will attempting to Jeer the Presidentwere
At Two Locations technologists and hospital admin- as demagoguery and despotism. expand their power to buy your overrun by enthusiastic supporters -

istrators. "Relax. Don't worry.The federal votes and elect their own of Johnson.In .

CAROLYN PLAZA government will do for you all successors. Yes, expand their a 10-minute prepared address,
FR60315And Organized In 1958 by Its present those things you find unpleasantto power over you, the people, far Johnson outlined his pains for a new
dean, Dr. Darrel J. Mase, the do for yourselves. And dally beyond anything ever dreamed of growth In American prosperity

college admitted its first 38 students that government will grow more _by the Framersof our constitution. "I offer a new Charter of Opportunity
101 N. Main St. in 1959.Enrollment has more for Older Americans,"
than tripled In that five-year per the President said. "A voluntary
Opp. 1st Nat'l Bank iod. The current enrollment shows A plan would destroy social security -
140 students training as health
FR6-5211 as we know It."
specialists.
Johnson continually took Indirect

_u__________________ __ I Jabs at Sen. Barry Goldwater, Republican

presidential nominee."I .
Intend to follow a different

EA TAT 11 course," he said.

"This Is your choice," Johnson -

,.s concluded. "Vote for peace,
space, prosperity, and continued
Florida growth." The President

Larry's pleaded with frenzied throngs as he

finished his short, but obviously
effective remarks.

Flve-toot high fences, which had
WonderhouseRestaurant been erected by police to keep

the crowds from the President,
tumbled as the masses surged forward .
In continued efforts to shake
hands with Johnson.

Over 500 police monatt.mptedto
hold back the screaming crowd as
Johnson surrounded by secret

We JtLttrft servicemen and even a few military .
need
( the )
money officers, strolled toward his

swatting llmodslne.
President: Johnson then was driven

mounted in 14K whit w to the airport when be flew to

I and yellow gold' This te a real Jacksonville and another appear-
LARRY'S WONDERHOUSE once in.a-lifttirfte value ance.Tbe crowdsdt.p'"td.andUle
President had time to relax, a
NO MONEY DOW" rare moment la the life of a man

14 SW First Street (Behind Sears) FR 2-2405 $5.00 1a..."''- ...' .r ,. -.. ta.n. who has held the office only 11
month, yet draws some of the
SECOND COFFEE OR TEA ALWAYS FREE 11.1Z LE'S'II largest and most enthusiastic

; crowds the history of the American

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Block Seating ImprovingFootball


bloc seating is Improving.For .
the first time in anybody's memory, the "In" fraternity
blocs are being placed In the end zone for Saturday's game here
with Auburn. Alpha Tau Omega, Student Body Pres.Ken Kennedy's
house; Phi Kappa Tau, Blue Key Pres. Ron LaFace's House;
Pi Kappa Tau, Football Seating Committee Chairman Hugh
McArthur's house; and Phi Gamma Delta, the other fraternitythat
has a seat on the seating committee, will all be sitting In
the end zone. 'rjl r.J r.:rt
.
It's no crushing victory for anybody but It does demonstratea ;

few things this newspaper has been talking about recently.
The move--or trend would be more appropriate--shows, first '
:Irl.t
that the Student Goverment (SG) committee on football seating l

It making a sincere attempt to provide a fair system of ticket ,.

distribution; second, that most people, the affected groups l' .
Included, are In favor of such a trend; and third, that perhaps ; ;

everybody's not out to take advantage of the poor average Joe POLITICAL ECHOES
Student.

This season has witnessed probably the most fair apportionmentand
rotation of student bloc seating than any previous year. It has
shown that perhaps students ARE responsible enough to handle
Goldwater And Race IssueRON
such a prized occupation as ticket allocating at football games.
Even SG moved oil the 50-yard line at the Homecoming game.

But like we said, It's no violent overthrow of the traditional SPENCER
principles of bloc seating at football games. AU men are still Executive Editor
not created absolutely equal when It comes to. dishing out grid
ducats. Senator Goldwater is, we have been told that they do have the right and the power to step

But for the first time this season, The Alligator has no often in the past, a man of convictions. In In U the edict is given." Time mellows even

complaints on the SG football seating committee. Chairman fact, this has been one great theme of his Goldwater.Yet .
Hugh McArthur, whom we have admittedly taken potshots at campaign.Yet Goldwater's views on civil rights,despitehis
I on several previous occasions concerning seating this fall, Is we find Goldwater and his associates "convictions" have recently seemed to
I making a sincere attempt to make the rotation system a fair fluctuating considerably in the vital area of become very pragmatic In nature, adhering to
i civil rights as applied to the racial question. that path assuring the fattest electoral harvest.
one.Although It takes a Philadelphia lawyer to figure out the systemby Goldwater has often championed the rightsof While the.Senator has at times maintained he

which he wheels and pushes the blocs around, it seems to us the Negro, favoring Integration and evenit Is in favor of integration and will support, If
I he's trying to be fair to all concerned, whether a group Is a -- is said-participating himself In the NAACPin the new Civil Rights Law, his silence
member of the "ins" or the "outs." Arizona. In this area has been more then noticeable.The .

His progress Is not by leaps and bounds, but nevertheless, Always however, paralleling his stand on civil hidden Implication has been that, while not
It Is progress and he Is trying. These are the two elements rights has been his abhorrence to rely on the segregationist of course, Goldwater is "softon
which have so long been lacking in the football seating allocations.The federal government as the means of enforcing civil rights." Could It be he is merely

Alligator takes no credit for the Improved seating system. federal dictates in this area. courting the southern vote as a part 01 his

This Is not an attempt at modesty. Frankly, we just didn't We agree that states should first._be given and John Grenier's reported "Southern
have anything to do with it. the right to settle their Strategy?"

But the people who did, Chairman McArthur, Kennedy and own problems In this tender In San Francisco on March 31, Goldwater
the others are publicly thanked, not for sweeping changes and area, but what happens If said, ."I'll stake my civil rights record with
tremendous progress In grid-seating: Rather they are thankedfor states refuse to adhere to any white man In the country. We qpver write
simply TRYING to make things better. federal policy and refrain off votes, but I look at it in a realistic way.
I from correcting existing In the large cities the Negro vote has been about
We are sure the athletic department will observe the mature,
dedicated way McArthur and Co. are handling the student''seating inequities? 80 per cent Democratic in national elections..
this fall and work with him In a like manner. Both sides can work At a press conference at There was thus much reason for consternationon
for the benefit of the other. the Republican Southern the part of liberal and moderate Republicanson

On a campus full of malcontents, In the middle of a SG that States Regional Conferencein June 18, 1964 when Goldwater voted againstthe
Is racked with complaints and charges of do-nothing, It's nice Atlanta on November 18, -- Civil Rights Bill. In his speech precedingthe
1961, Goldwater said, "Iwouldn't vote he attributed his vote to the fear of
SPEN'C ,
to be able to write about somebody who's really TRYING to
i do a good Job.Successes like to see my the creation of a Federal police force of
party assume that it is the role of the federal
"mammoth proportions" and the developmentof
are not overwhelming yet, but at least attemptsare
being made. government" to enforce Integration of the an 'informer' psychology," both of which
schools. might be landmarks In the destruction of a free
In 1962, on "CBS Reports," Goldwater said, society.
The FloridaALLIGATOR "We have no right to tell the Southern states One can only speculate what the real motives

what they must do about school Integration and were behind Goldwater's negative vote,but there

[ segregation." do seem to be some doubts as to whether
However, on May 8,1963,Goldwater,speaking practical politics and the courting of Dixie's
\ this time In Andover, Massachusetts, near the votes outweighed personal convictions.On .
Served by United Press International
origin of the old abolitionist
movement spawnedby Civil Rights
July 9 he reported that "The
I
Editor . . . . . . .Walker Lundy that the flU likes I were of William a Negro Lloyd I don't Garrison, asserted bill Is now the law, and I believe in upholdingthe
think I would be law in majority
I Managing Editor. . . . . . Joel Gaston very patient." decision., asserting his belief

Executive Editor . . . . . .Ror. Spencer The Arizona senator
I by this time an
\ Assistant Managing Editor . . . .Nancy Brachey established presidential candidate told attempted
U.S. Since San Francisco Goldwater has
Assistant Managing Editor. . . .Dave Berkowitz News and World Report on 15 .
July 1963 that to keep the issue out of the campaign.He
Editorial Page Editor . . . . .Ed Barber "It may be Just or wise or expedient for Negro said civil that rights"I to God that civil
Sports Editor. . . . . . Glenn Laney children to attend the same schools as white rights doesn't once ,Into hope the campaign at all

City Editor. . . . . . .Skip Hawker children, but they do not have a civil right to In In get this stand, both Gold-
Campus Living Editor. . . . .J cklt Cornelius do so which Is protected by the Federal Consti- water pursuing and Johnson general have probably calmed racial
tution or which is enforceable
federal
by the
storms which to strike.
Editorial Assistants .. Bruce Dudley, TON'a Levine, Jim government." threatened
Goldwater
There be little doubt though that
Castello, Ann Carter, Don Federman, Donlta Mathison, Sam Goldwater's position on the right of the federal Is can question. in
UUman, Ernie Lltz (Circulation Manager), Stan KulpCirtoonlst). government to Intervene to enforce a school moderating on the civil rights implication U
the pursuit of what? Votes. The
desegregation edict has fluctuated but
remarkably direct,
I Reporters .. Patti Pltz (Student Government Beat Chief, in the past year. somewhat subtle and not entirely Grenier is

I Joe KolUn, Bob Golub,Joe Waldorf,Sharon Kelley, Yvette Cardozo. On November 24, 1963, Goldwater said, "I when named Alabama executive segregationist director John of the Natlona

Eunice Tall, Frank Shepard, Lee Alexander, Agnes Fol.s, Fran do not think any decision of the Supreme Court Republican Committee Lincoln must certainly
Solder, Thelma Mosjman, Bill Sadowski, Marjorie Green, Evan is necessarily the law of the land..." Less than ,
have turned
his
Langbeln, David Kennedy, Marilyn BrtckIln, Liz .'erGretchen two months later on NBC's "Meet the Press"of over in grave. .
The racial situation Is far from "Jj1'
VaadeaBerg, David Ropes, Terry Rogers, Susie Hilback, Joan January 5, Goldwater reversed this position. not exploiting
Goldwater be commended for
Gaston, Pam Brown, Jeffrey Denkewalter, Dick Dennis, Beverly "I think when a Federal Court hands down an the race Issue can than he has done, out
no more
Faber, Dick Schneider, Greg Seltz, Bunny Goldberg, Katlll Blaney, edict that a school district has violated the while the racial situation must be deplored,
Sue Dobbie. decision of the Supreme Court 01
then I
think It is hard to contemplate bow the election
it's incumbent upon the federal government to Goldwater-.whose fuzzy stand on civil rights
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaperof enforce that edict. ."he said. "I have Southern
seems the result of his desire for a
the University of Florida and is published five times weekly changed (my position) here slightly in that a electoral harvest rather than the result w
except during >May> June and July win it is published semi- few years ago I didn't think that the federal Of'clblr help
personal convictions--can p
weekly. Only editorials represent the official: opinion of The government had the right to run the affairs matters.

Alligator. Columns represent only the opinions of their authors. of a school district or a local school; but I But, is then moderation In the pursuit oi
n, Alligator Is entered as second class matter it th* United believe now with the edict that I've mentioned, liberty a vice?
States Post Office at Gainesville. I



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ikeTTeRs '"N Poor Discretion5': ,.,


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EDITOR: Not Vital Part'EDITOR


I And Fire On Monday night hundreds of C-5 students

attended a required concert. University

Auditorium was filled past capacity as it has :
seldom been before. Although the performancewas
EDITOR: written on the C-5 assignment sheet as a This Is concerning the Symphony concert

required concert, It turned out to be a mere Monday, Oct. 19, at Univ. Aud.
On Oct. 17th, at the Homecoming Game disorganized dress rehearsal. Poor discretionand We were Informed In our classes, as we

there was an occurence which I would like to poor taste were shown by Mr. Troupln, assume other C-5 students were, that we were
Issue a complaint about. The gentlemen who the Conductor, In his presentation of the concert. required to attend this concert which would be

was shooting off the firework type of explosives given Monday and Tuesday nights.To .

after each touchdown for Florida was quite The majority of the C-5 students came Monday our indignation It turned out to be a
annoying. My husband and I were sitting In Section night expecting to hear a concert with musical rehearsal. By rehearsal we mean It was nota

35, row 2 of the student section and the firebugwas compositions played In their entirety. Instead, continuous performance. The conductor broke
directly In front of our section. Conse- students were presented with the following: off In the middle of the piece and practiced

quently, after each earth shattering explosionand random measures.
( there were many) we, and most of the other We would like to know why the humanities
people In that surrounding area, were covered 1. After the first composition precedingthe Department allowed this. We as students do
with smoke and flaming pieces of debris. piano concerto by Mozart, part of the brass not consider this a vital part of the C-5 course.
and woodwind sections left and had to be
One person In our party was hit with a pieceof
retrieved by Mr. Troupin.
flaming material which burnt her slightlyon Ellen Stosser

the hand and fell In her lap leaving nearly Krysia Small
2. The orchestra then proceeded to rehash 2UC
burnt areas on her nrrasi: A couple oenind us
had the same thing happen when a piece caughtone weak parts of the first composition.

of them on the arm. I also noticed that (EDITOR'S NOTE After receiving the two

before the half time when the Gator band was 3. In the second composition Mr. Troupln related letters concerning the C-5 concert,
preparing- go onto the field and was clusteredIn cut off the orchestra to show the guest pianist The Alligator contacted both the Humanities ,
front of our section, the kindly gentlemanwith where he should be. It appeared as though this Department and the Department of Music. A

the match again set one of his deadly were the first time the pianist, Mr. Hlnson, representative of the Humanities Departmentsaid
little bombs off right in the midst of the band. had played through this movement with the that he felt sorry for the students, apolo-
After the game, with his final explosion he orchestra. Mr. Troupln showed poor respectfor gized for the performance and said that the
just missed catching a couple of fans who both the pianist and the audience with his students acted well-mannered. The person
were attempting to leave throught the exit continuous obvious interruptions throughout the contacted from the Department of Music said
nearby. remainder of the concert. that It was his understanding all along that the

Not only was this an annoying occurence, program was to be a rehearsal and that some

but It was quite distracting even from the There is a time and place for rehearsal, of the students were Ill-mannered.)

great game that we playedonSat.distractionIn and Monday night was neither the time nor
itself Is worth a complaint, but the fact the place for the performance given. Individual

that this was dangerous for the surroundingfans problems should have been hashed out before Protest Too

Is reason for my concern. being presented to such a large audience.It Much'L
I would suggest that the fire-bug and his deadly
little bombs be moved just outside the gateon EDITOR:
is true that many sophomores have attended
that end. This would be a matter of Just
several feet from the field and would give him few concerts here at the University. If this It seems the only people on campus who feela ryE
performance, even as a dress reheat sal, had
plenty of time to reach It with his flaming matchin burning urgency to "expose" Florida Blue
been presented in an interesting way, perhaps
Key are Don Davis and Walker Lundy.
time to set off a triumphant, but little
it would have encouraged more students to "Methlnks doth *
safer BOOM! they protest too muchl"Frank !
attend future concerts. As a result of this t

dress rehearsal, a bitter taste Glinn
Mrs. Jennifer Menser
of disllusfonment and disappointment has been
Member, Florida Blue Key L.f:::
left in the mouths of many students.As .
(ED. NOTESeems like the only ones who
the concert progressed, It Is true that want to do away with The Alligator are the ..
students failed to show due respect and attentionto politicians. Me also thinks they protest too much.) ..

(EDITOR'S NOTE: Due to the fact that The the performance. But, this "concert" could

Alligator has limited space in which to run hardly merit respect and attention to the greatest .. .." S

letters to the Editor; and since we will be degree. IJ q
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printing two columns from both the Johnson r '
1 sincerely hope that Monday night will not
and Goldwater camps this week, we regretto
students from
:discourage attending future
inform our readers that we will not accept
concerts. This performance was not typicalof
any future letters to the Editor dealing with
any musical presentation given here at the
the national The letters which we now The Of Florida
campaign. University
University In the past! I feel that Mr. Troupln
have, but have not printed as of yet, will be
owes the orchestra, the pianist,and his audiencean
run if space permits.) apology for the performance presented

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IN THE WHIRLPOOL.ot 4ao I Shannon Cites CohesionGEORGE I



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Gator's senior quarterback Tom
) _
Shannon says the secret to

------ Florida's winning is team < 1 7;rR Mk + Ft

cohesion.
: By BRUCE DUDLEY
"The platoon system has also
Sports Editor
been a definite factor. It makesuse
)
of talent where it should be .
FLORIDA HAS A GREAT FOOTBALL TEAM. used to help the team rather than
!
the Individual," Shannon said.

! Coach Ray Graves said Florida's team was going to Alabama "The team that wins Is the

[ with "a chance for greatness." And the Gators came back from team that's more disciplined and

Tuscaloosa aGreat football team. well conditioned. We put our men

! True, the football record book will show a loss, but Florida against the opponent's and on any

. I showed the earmarks of a great team as they battled right to the final given day, either team can beat

| second and never gave up. Right up to the final second each team the other." Shannon said. 1PV"t' ,. ......" ._----..._....._..,_._..---
member was giving a maximum effort. This Is the "No game," says Shannon, "Isa
working of a Great HOP, SKIP and (lump Florida quarterback Tom Shannon .
| football team.A push-over. We play one game a
i week and that's the hardest and 'tries to evade tacklers in South Carolina game. (Photo I

toughest for the week."
game by Bob Ellison)
Great football team also never loses spirit. Florida's team
Shannon, a 6-1,183 pound senior r
has had more spirit this year than ever before. This spirit has
from Miami, Florida wants to be
never been dulled and won't be lessened by the freak accident at Shannon believes that people tend "He's gifted with lots of ability
the best In all he tries and hopes
Tuscaloosa. to forget that the sometimes called and if a leader that has been an
that the best Is what God has
There is only one test that a great Great football team has to face "big headed prima-donas" that Inspiration tothe players and to
Intended for him.
sometime that Florida hasn't met. That test is to come back strongerthan walk around campus are no the coaching staff."
"If things don't the I
way
go
ever after a defeat. different than anyone else. Graves pointed out that
planned them to, then I figure
"They get up every morning Shannon's best games were against
! Florida will come through this test with flying colors against the that whats happened Is for the best
and put their pants on the same Penn State and the University of
r In the end.
Auburn Tigers this week.
way that everyone else does. The Alabama.
, No one can say the Alabama game wasn't a disheartening blow, "The biggest thing that one gets players even have mothers and "His competence in athleticsIs

and many fans will murmur, "Oh, if there was just a little more from playing football Is self fathers back home." underrated said Graves,

, time In the game." discipline," said Shannon. "It "Actually, the player has a job "lIe's a good baseball player as
I But there wasn't and the books can't be If Florida builds brotherhood and unity between "
history changed. to do just like other students.They well as football.
, played Alabama this week, the Gators might win by three touchdowns; the ball players and helps obtain their discipline through Shannon plans to play

I bit they don't play Alabama. They play Auburn. them to develop strong characters. football while others get theirs professional baseball upon
The Is an outlet where an
game
from fraternities jobs, or study graduation In June. He Is an All-
The Gators now look: to the rest of their tough schedule with a Individual can use the God given ,
Ing real hard. SEC baseball player at first base,
shot for a bowl bid still In the air. One defeat has never kept a good talents he possesses. Sometimesthe
.309 for the Gators last
"A good athlete in college hlttlg
team down, and a Great team will rebound that much quicker and talents are not enough, butyou're
usually turns out to be a good spring.
better. out there trying."
character in me," says Shannon.
Certainly, the Florida players can't completely forget the Alabama "The most Important thing In
"It's of dumb
no more a day
game; but they aren't going to let it worry them into another similar life Is to do God's will with a
football players, there's too much
situation. smile," Shannon.
says
Intelligence needed to play the'ame.
His greatest experience In "
That Florida desire, fight and spirit will play havoc with Auburn college football has been to beat .
IPIITIIIQ
this week: as the Gators shoot for a 10-1 season mark' Including a bowl Auburn in his sophomore year, Shannon pointed out that there Is
much more to the game besides
victory.
and Penn State, Alabama, and
Alabama has a clean slate, and Florida has a notch in the loss Miami last year."Naturally just playing It. IIILIII

coulmn, but Florida fans know they have a team that they can counton. starting off my "Several meetings of watching

They have a team that never quits. They have a team with the senior year with a 4-0 record Is films, mapping out offensive and

ability to beat any team they play. They have the desire needed to win. great. This season will be a defensive plans and an average of

They have the spirit to rebound from a defeat. They have that extra- success If the Gators go to bowl, 10 to 12 hours of practice is put FREE to
something. In before a player can even think
whether its with a 7-3 record or
"
of getting out on the field. FloridaStudents
a 10-0," says Shannon.By .
FLORIDA HAS A GREAT FOOTBALL TEAM
being In the Southeastern Gator Head Coach Ray Graves

Conference, Shannon feels that explained that Shannon has the

Gator Harriers Florida is able to play some of ability to come up with the,bl,

the best teams In the nation. plays when there needed. 250 to others


Down MiamiFlorida's It could he the must important

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cross country team you you
downed Miami yesterday 20-37, graduate.; Before you decide,

for Its first victory of the year. get the answers to these j questions .

Bill Payne of Miami came In ENGINEERING OPPORTUNITIESfor :
first with a time of 2313.5; but 1. Which: career field produces

the Gators took the next five places. more top corporation presidents

Dieter Gebhard was second,Bill Seniors and Graduates in MECHANICAL, than any other?

Opperman, third; Jim Brown, AERONAUTICAL, CHEMICAL, 2. Which: career field offers

fourth; Gary Mahla, fifth and Dan ELECTRICAL, '100,000 new openings,; next

Schulgasser, sixth. Dan Wells alsoof and METALLURGICAL year and every year for the

Florida came In tenth as Miami ENGINEERING next ten years?

took the seventh eighth and ninth 3. Which career field lets you

spots ENGINEERING MECHANICS make the best ute of all your

Saturday the Gators cross APPLIED MATHEMATICS college raining, including liberalarts .

country team goes to Columbus, PHYSICS andENGINEERING course'?

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Page 8, The Florida Alligator I ,_Tuesday, Oct. 27,_ 1964 I '
I Campus News Briefs i


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DollarsDollars Ag. CouncilThe Citizens for

MusicalScene for Scholars Agricultural Council JohnsonYoung

Chairman BUl.McBride will meet Oct. 28 at 5 p.m.
Citizens for
announced two more con- In Room 130 of McCartyHall.
Johnson will meet tonightat
tributions to the Dollars The Council strongly
7:30 In Room 121 of the
for Scholars committee, urges all the clubs In the
Florida Union. Activities
whose goal Is to raise College of Agriculture to
for Election Day will be
$15,000 for the Dollars for send delegates to this
Council discussed.
Lyceum Scholars fund this year. meeting.
The members of Benton Elected at the Oct. 14

Engineering Society voted meeting were: Dana Fiji'sThe
Presents Violinist unanimously to donate$100to Venrick, president; John
the fund. The money Is Douthat, vice president; Phi Gamma Delta
alloted from the Winston Dorminey, secretary fraternity brought 30
i By REID POOLE Engineering Fair funds. ; Charles Giles, Gainesville Boy's Clubbers
Cuban students held a treasurer; Calvin Arnold, to watch the Homecoming
The next three weekly musical attractions on campus are regular "Cuban Folklo rUt'c representative. Dr. parade from the corner of
season presentations of the Lyceum Council Tomorrow the brilliant Festival" this summer, Charles Wilcox Is advisor. 13th Street and University
young Italian virtuoso, Salvatore Accardo, will play a recital In with students singing and Avenue. After the parade,
University Auditorium, at 8:15 p.m.A dancing. $126 was the boys were given a tour
veteran performer of 21, Accardo began his studies at the age collected for the Dollarsfor of the Fiji house, given a
,. of six and his career began officially at 14. He has won many com- Scholars. brief talk on fraternity life,
petitions In Europe Including the International Paganinl contest In Cross Elected and served refreshments.

\ Geneva. In addition to playing with all key auspices In Italy he has BabysittingThe
4 been soloist with the London Philharmonic and In Paris, with the William G. Cross,
t Lamoureux, Pasdeloup and Colonne Orchestras. A favorite at the SG "New" Baby- advisor to campus fraternities Open HouseDelta

( festivals of Europe, Accardo has appeared at Spoleto, Nice, and ;{ sitting Service wants was re-elected Phi will '
upsilon
Strasbourg. This spectacularly: gifted young virtuoso possesses a experienced sitters. president of the Alachua hold an house
open Fridayat
i ravishing tone and dazzling technical ability. kf Contact Personal Service County Heart Councll.This 8:30 at their house. 4
p.m.
I The Boris Goldovsky production of Puccini's La Boheme, complete '4: Bureau, Room 309 of they will be Cross' second termas Refreshments will be
I with orchestra and scenery, will be presented In Florida Gymnasium I : Florida Union, 376-3261, president of the council. served.
f Tuesday, Nov. 3, which Is election night. For politically minded A Ext. 2547.
opera fans, let us explain that election night was the only possible I y{

. time that the opera could be scheduled for Gainesville. j, ,. S. _,v 36l. } laJY Ir, 'lli.1iti,}, .:.;..$..ji:: }lr/'}r:{_<}............ .. .. 4g .
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TICKET INFORMATION


UF student tickets may be
obtained on Student IJ. cards. '4
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The regular Lyceum Council price
) of $2.00'for the public will be in

effect. UF faculty may obtain a
SO per cent discount. Tickets for
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1 both Accardo and "La Boheme" I. \ .

J will be available today and '. .. ,'" "" ,. '"
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, on Nov. 2 and 3. .'.1'tl'' g8gg iN..1i iI'rr h 8g .
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... may purchase their tickets In Room the week L
f 108 of the Music Building. They're here to talk to people

One of Americas finest chamber who want to put their educations
music ensembles, the Fine Arts to do something
String Quartet, from Chicago, will to workln the fast-growing, We work In space. .

present a concert on Wednesday fast-moving communications
evening Nov. 11 at 8:15 in the about business.
I University Auditorium. The

personnel of the Quartet includes future Maybe that Includes you.We're .
Leonard Sorkin and Abram Loft, your interested in engineering -
violins, Gerald Stanlck, viola, and
r.eorge Sopkln violoncello. This business and liberal arts ;La...
.a'pup is well known here for Its seniors who have done well and
previous appearances on campus
and on educational television for who expect to keep on doing

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\ concert here the Fine Arts Quartet and under the sea. .
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will offer acquiring success.
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