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r Vol. 57, No. 39 University of FloridaGainesville Wednesday, Oct. 28, 1964 I


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I'Cheating'i; ? Here's; I Expanding Universities

I: What It Means tl Allocated $231- MillionTALLAHASSEE

Students no longer have an excuse same papers, evidencing that they Fla. (UPI) The board took separate action funds increased 10.8. million. .
for not knowing what plag- were written together rather than The Board of Control approved directing Its staff to prepare a The budget, which will be adJusted -
arism Is, according to Dr. Ward independently consti- yesterday. a record proposed booklet explaining the spending slightly upwards for final
Hellstrom, assistant professor of tutes plaglarism/'Hellstrom said. spending of $231 million for operation program for distribution to legis- pupil enrollment figures, now goes
English. "Often students have committed of Florida's universities next lators and citizens of the state. to the Cabinet Budget Commissionfor
Last week the UP English Department plagiarism inadvertently, mainly biennium, an Increase of $79.3 As approved by the board, the scrutiny before eventually
circulated on campus a because they did not understandwhat million over current expenditures.The $231,591,556 Included $183,509,319 moving on to the 1963 legislature.
"Statement on Plagiarism" which plagiarism was. There is no Increase was caused by 15 from general revenue funds and The enrollment adjustment will be
made it plain that plagiarism does longer any excuse for a student per cent salary raises for present $48,062,237 from trust funds. necessary because the number of
not consist only of"borrowing sentences not knowing," Hellstrom said. personnel, proposals to hire new Proposed general revenue expenditures pupils now In several schools Is
phrases, words or Ideasof personnel and plans for new programs were up $68.5 million In excess of estimates for the
another student during an ex- (Continued on Page 2)) at several schools. over current spending and trust 1965-67: biennium.
amination" nor only of quoting ver- About halt the proposed Increasewas
batim from a published work with- caused by salary raises for ,
out use of quotation marks or acknowledgement ....... "' existing staff and proposals for \
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of source. '. \ new Jobs. Salary raises for cur- I
Plagiarism, according to the rent positions totaled $15.2 million
English Department, consists of and new Jobs totaled $23 mil
this cheating and copying plus
four other types: one Item was added to the
-quoting verbatim phrases or budgets as recommended by the
sentences from the published or board staff. The board tossed in (
unpublished writings of anyone $30,000 which would be used to
without special acknowledgementin match private funds raised to finance -
the form of quotation marks and a study of the need for a
page references. second s tat e-supported medical
paraphrasing In any paper pas- 1 iiir Y school In Florida.
sages from published or unpublished : The school has been sought for
writings of anyone without spec- the University of South Floridaat
ific acknowledgement in the form Tampa. Other medical schoolsin
of page references. Florida Include one at Gainesville '
-using in any paper Ideas derived and a privately supported
from published or unpublished diA & school at the University of Miami.
writings of anyone without spec- New programs Included In the
ific acknowledgment of the source. budgets, which helped boost pro- I
-collusion of students on coursework posed general revenue spendingwell
of any kind, e.g., papers, rj, in excess of th current )
course problems and exercises. appropriations Included: 1
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Discussion of class work Is desired New universities inbrange and

and encouraged,but when two THE LETTERMEN will sing old, new, ballad and show songs, and throw in some Escambla counties, a teaching load

students turn in practically the comedy to boot in the Fall Frolics Nov. 13. They often I interchange I individual I facilities reduction, expansion, oceanographic of computer programs .

parts in their unique style of musical presentation. and libraries, anew college
Birch AdvisorSet of engineering at Florida: Atlantic,
a new program In exceptional child
Blasts Traded care at the University of South
Florida, new Florida Institute for
to SpeakDr.
Continuing University Studies cen-
ters, a new college of dentistryat
Medford Evans, consultantto Gainesville, new agricultural
the John Birch Society and the Race In Home Stretch branch experiment stations and
. White Citizens' Council will speak furthor+ development of the grid-
on civil rights tomorrow.He udate engineering education sys-

will speak In the University tem. I
Staff director J. Broward Cul-
peppvr<< said the new and expanded
Evans, who earned his PhD at (UPI) Sen. Barry M. Coldwater ( ) President Johnson, campaigning programs were Justified and were
Yale, will speak on "Separateand yesterday pictured President through Democratic big needed If the state's university
Equal Stations." Johnson as a power-hungry, would Goldwater city strongholds, charged yesterday system was to keep abreast of
According to William (Bill) Mc- be tyrant whose election would lead that Sen. Barry M. Gold water education needs.Bond.
Collum, chairman of the Florida to socialism.The 411 has voted to "cut out or cut down
Union Forum's Committee, the GOP challenger made one of almost every program of common
speech will evaluate current civil his sharpest attacks on Johnsonas responsibility for anything. Sale
be carried his campaign into Johnson The President swung Into the
(Continued on Page 2)) Tennessee, Kentucky and Ohio exactly final week of the 1963 campaign
,"A68'" one week before election day. with an assertion that his GOP
Set Dec. 7
"America's choice is clear and opponent "protests too much." ,
r.P stark," Goldwater told a wildly- Johnson flew to.the late President 4
cheering crowd of about 25,000 to Council John F, Kennedy's home city TALLAHASSEE (UPI) The f
30,000 at the Tr-Citles Airportin Okays of Boston for his address, Cabinet yesterday set Dec. 1 for ,
east Tennessee. beginning awestward-swingending sale of the second: $25 million In
Goldwater flew to London Ky., In Albuquerque, N.M. bonds to finance Junior) college and
in a small two-englner airplane fora Alligator BillThe Later, In a speech preparedfor university construction.:
brief appearance and then returned delivery In Pittsburgh's Civic It Is part of a total 973 million
sr to Tri-Citles and boarded Alligator will be required Arena, he said: higher education bond Issue authorized -
his campaign jet for Cleveland, to print minutes of Legislative "To those who want to repeal for the current bienniumby
Ohio. Council meetings In the future because the progress of our times, I say the I M63 Legislature and approved -
Ina speech prepared for the of a bill passed In a council -let them come and take a good by a vote of the people. They
Cleveland rally, Goldwater again meeting last night. look at Pittsburgh.., are to be paid off with procwls
warned against returning Johnsonto An amendment which would effectively "My Idea of honest governmentis of the state's $1G million a year.
the Whit House. tonedown the bill was government that doesn't wastea utilities tax.
'We simply can't continue submitted by Earl G. Barker, but cent of money or a minute of The first $25 million hue vas
f unless we want to commit national It was defeated on a voice vote.An time. sold In July and project are
suicide," be said.The GOP conten- amendment which would not "But the people's business has already underway.
der also referred Indirectly to the require The Alligator to print got to be carried on and a lot State School Supt. Thomas D.
resignation of Johnson's top aide, "proceedings" of the meetingswas of what we want to do has to be Bailey reported yesterday that the
-- Walter Jenkins, following dlsclo- passed, and the slightly done together. state spent only $27,200 to market
amended bill was passed on Its the bonds which amounts to about
EVANS (Continued on Page 3)) second reading. (Continued on Page 3)) 91.00 per 91,000 worth of bonds.

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Page 2, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, Oct. 28, 1964.

WUFT Makes Plans .M

for Election CoverageWUFTTV .,.

Is planning to move At the station's studios In the the campaign chairman for both
Into "big time" TV news report- Stadium Building will be similar the Republican and Democratic
ing with an election night specialto boards for Bradford, Marion,Put- parties In Alachua County to arrange -
be broadcast next Tuesday.The nam, Gilchrist, Levy, Dixie and interviews with them at the
station's remote unit will Columbia counties. courthouse.Rae .
be set up at the Alachua County O. Weimer, Director of the
Courthouse. Glenn Smith, 4JM, Students In the School of Jour- School of Journalism and Communications -
a major In boradcast news, will nalism and Communications will said, "WUFT has an Where did you stash the PEEL?
be anchor man at the courthouse. be calling the Supervisors of Reg- obligation as a station that operatesIn
Present plans call for a pairof istration In the surrounding coun- the public Interest to do this sortof
two minute election roundups to ties to get the latest tally of votes. thing.
be broadcast at 7 and 7:30 p.m., "Television can do a good Job
with a half-hour program to begin According to Don Grooms, of reporting election results, because -.a: 4
at 8:00. WUFT's news director, all the people can see the figures. rta
Display boards showing the num- counties, except two, use voting Radio is Just as fast, but when
ber of votes cast for every office machines, so it should be pos- people bear election returns read
on the ballot will be used to show sible to have accurate election results on radio they forget them. Tele-
how Alachua County votes In the by the time the program goes vision makes a more lasting Impression -
presidential race and the state and on the air.Grooms. ," Weimer said. '1
,county contests., said he plans to contact _

I I Singers Plan I Jantzen WinsAssociation

Cultural.. GeimtJ VP EIkj/: /
I m m m i m m m I

UF's Singing Gators and Florida FSU game by scheduling our cultural DENVER, Colo, (Special-Mlss Where did you stash the PEEL?
State Collegians will kick off their scrimmage the night before Alice C. Jantzen, head of the
Third Annual Football Concert the game," Webb said. department of occupational therapyin
Nov. 20 at 8:15. p.m. In Tal1ah This will be the first time the the UP College of Health Related -
%see. UF glee club goes up to Talla- Professions, yesterday was
The "cultural scrimmage" hassee for a Football Concert. elected first vice-president of the
between the two men's glee clubs For the past two years FSU singers American Occupational Therapy
will be held in Florida State Uni- came to Gainesville. Association.She 6i
versity's Wescott Auditorium the was elected for a three-
night before the UF-FSU football year term by some 1,100delegates 'Saw p
game. at the Association's annual meetingin
Coach for the UF "team" Is Birch Denver.
Guy B. Webb, assistant prof of She is a member of the Associa
music. FSU Assistant Prof of tion's board of management,chairman -
Music, Richard Powell, leads the (Continued from Page 1)) of its committee on graduate
Florida State Collegians. study and a frequent contributorto
rights legislation and analyze citIzens' -
Annual football concerts were professional Journals.In .
councils-their and
started two years ago when reception purposes a keynote speech following
of a concert Just before the her election, Miss Jantzen
Evans is consultant to the John
'UF-FSU football game received Birch Society, the Conservative challenged her fellow therapiststo Where did you stash the PEEL?
enthusiastic response, according develop programs of researchin
Society of America and Retired
to Webb.
General Edwin Walker, McCollum therapy.
"We capitalize on the "For historical reasons," she
enthusiasm and spirit of the UF- said.Theme of the Citizens' Councils said, "we have taught by the apprenticeship -

of America Is "States Rights and method.
"It Is imperative that we do
Racial Integrity, McCollum said.
Cheating The goal of the group is restoring more than apply our professional .
the southern custom of knowledge to patient treatment;we
racial segregation, Me Col- must find new ways to make even
(Continued from Page 1)) lum said. newer discoveries that will help

The purpose of handing out this The group has local organizations our patients adapt, emotionallyand
sheet concernlncplaclarlsm with headquarters in Jack- culturally to their
clarify the meaning of plagiarismand son, Miss.
dispelling ignorance about -
what plagiarism consists of, according -
to Hellstrom.
Students are liable to a course

grade of E for plagiarism. In I Where did you stash the PEEL?
addition, he may be brought before
the Honor Court, where the maxi-
mum penalty can be expulsion from TOTAL
the UF the Statement reads.
rat a.nnt wn, st u
Plagiarism has been committed
Inadvertently on all levels of study
-freshman thtough graduate,Hell- 1s % ,
Strom said. One of the causes of PROTECTION r
plagiarism may be due to the tri-
mester system, when a student
gets behind and simply copies somework
as his own, he said.

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Wednesday, Oct. 28, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 3

Roach Complaints I

Says Prof. Bartley


Flavet III residents' complaints of Inadequate pest control are not Barry 'Unsold' Himself

completly Justified, according to F.A. Lee of the Pest Control Division.
Several residents of Flavet m are using Orkin pest control service

because they say that the university service is inadequate."We .

try to complete our work orders within two or three days," Lee

said.residents."Sometimes we don't have full cooperation from the Flavet By'Openng; Mouth'

"We like to fumigate entire buildings at a time," he said. "If we
don't, we Just drive the roaches from one side of the building to the -
other. Sen. Barry Goldwater has to carry three southern states in against Pres. Lyndon B. Johnson.

"Often the residents of a buldlng are not in accord as to when to "unsold" himself and will b*lucky the presidential election next- week This is the opinion of ErnestR.

fumigate. This raises problems for us," he added. Hartley, professor of political

"Sometimes housewives aren't fully cooperative," Lee said. "The sciences.
children's toys are not always picked up, and occasionally food is left * Florida will not be one of the

out. This means we can't spray. Southern states won by Sen. Gold-

"We don't spray in bad weather.The children are usually in the house water, according to Bartley.
and we don't like to track in mud when it's raining GoldwaterContinued JohnsonContinued "He will probably carry
Mississippi, Louisiana and
"Also, we don't like to enter the Flavets before 1 p.m. By that time, Alabama," he said.
( from Page 1)) ( from Page 1))
the children are usually up and out, and the housewives are usually "Six weeks ago he would have
finished with their work," Lee added. carried Florida by 100,000 votes,"
of Jenkins' two arrests on "This is a key issue In this
"We work through the managers of the Flavets. Flavet residentscan sure said Bartley. "Now, It's close"
compalln of roaches to the managers, and we will fumigate If they moral charges. election. This Is why President Johnsonhasbeen
"The candidate has
don't report the pests, there's nothing we can do," he said. opposition concentrating on Florida this
"Do you want a man as presi- voted to cut out or cut down, almost -
week, according to Bartley.
dent who won't bother to find out every program of common
However, Florida Isn't the only
if his closest advisers are security responsibility for anything from
state which Is changing votes,
C-Course Outlines risks even though survivalof national defense to education to
Bartley said. He thinks the Arizona {
our country depends on the Social Security."
senator has lost a tremendous
secrets they possess?" he asked.At .
amount of votes all over the countryin

Termed 'Unsound' The President said Goldwater the last few weeks.
Cleveland, a city known for voted against urban renewal, low "There's a good chance

Its melting pot character, Gold- income housing, area redevelopment that Nebraska will go Democraticfor
C-Course outlines were termed In a recent meeting, the com- water reaffirmed his opposition to and ,aid to education all the first time in many years,"
"educationally unsound" recentlyby mittee observed that "cramming "forced integration" as well as
of which he said helped rebuild said Bartley. I860 former,VicePros. -
the University College Policy Is educationally unsound," since forced segregation.He Pittsburgh into a showplace of Richard M. Nixon receivedhis
Committee, which criticized the the student attempts to learn in metropolitan face-lifting. highest percentage of'votes
traditional "cramming sessions"as a few hours material that has been said government could pro- in Nebraska.

a method of preparing for a covered in an entire trimester.The vide no lasting solution to problems Johnson also' noted that Gold- This chango in recent weeks has

test.Cram created by unfair discrimin- water voted against the civil rights been due "to Goldwater opening
sessions andC-Course knowledge gained by cram ation in the private affairs of men. bill, trade expansion,mass transit, his mouth," Bartley said.
ming is slight in comparison with
study outlines-both popular with
wilderness and anti-poverty "Goldwater Is one of the best
many UF students-are frowned upon knowledge gained by day-to-day In this field Ue final solution lies measures offered by the Demo- weapons Johnson has going for
by the University College policy studying by the student, the com- "in the hearts of men." cratic administration."The him," Bartley said
mittee said.
committee. "Goldwater would have run his
To answer questions raised by Introduced opposition candidate in
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best right alter San
the university bookstore In recent Sen. John Sherman Cooper,R-Ky., this campaign voted 29 times in race" i
Francisco he said in referenceto
Jim weeks, the group also classified at London and renewed his attackon the past four years against major ,
the Republican National Con
C-Course outlines as "edu- centralized federal government proposals which were in the 1000 vention.
cationally unsound" because most -a main theme of his cam Republican platform and were supported
Now Sen.Goldwater will have to
students use them for cramming paign. by a majority of Republican
to control the Republican
LaBrec fight keep on
purposes.The senators, the President said.
lie said the federal government In his speech prepared for delivery Party, according to
outlines in the past have should be the last resort to which at Boston, the President Bartley. '
often been prepared by membersof people turn and only then for assIstance eulogized the man whose dutieshe If he gets beat badly, he will not
the UF faculty. be able to maintain control of the
says. which cannot be otherwise assumed after the assassinationat
The committee notified the bookstore provided."Do Dallas last November. party, according to DarU.,.
that the University College
does not "sanction" the publication we want raw and naked To Bostonians, Johnson slid

of such outlines. power and ambition In the White of Kennedy: From.Love.
House; power stripped humility, "He belongs to the world. But

-n, Do your laundry stripped of common honesty, devoid a part of him belongs especiallyto
while shop of any morality except the you. And you are richer for To Law
you morality of get, the morality of it."

grab and the morality of gifts to Pittsburgh Is important toJohn-
the favorite few?"Goldwater asked son In his effort to hold Pennsyl Beta Woods, UF's "lover's
the crowd at Trl-Clties which is vania's 29 electoral votes. land", is not fated to become

r" x situated in a stronghold of Republican a vehicle parking lot.
conservatism."I Massachusetts Is considered By 1070 the Pinkoson Tract,
sate for Johnson. And the President better known as Beta Woods,
.t...... say the price is too high. appears ahead in critical will be law school complex,
'Every 10thKOEN Load FR The price is turning over to him California, which has 40 electoral UF Vice President Harry M.

KLEEN I all your freedoms. I say that the votes. Illinois, with its 28, is one Phi I pott told Alligator report
course Is too far left. It would of Goldwattr's self.chosen battlegrounds -

it If You'd Like to Know Howto 704 W. Univ. Ave. lead to a Socialist America..." and a prize highly soughtby ers.The complex will be built in

Get the Most for your life Insurance the Democrats anticipation of a law school enrollment -

dollars, contact me and SKY of 1,200 students by ,
1968 or 19C9, he said.
I'll tell
about Life's
you College will be to
"It put more productive r
BENEFACTOR, a famous policy D Of Course! purposes than It

designed expressly for collegemen I presently serves," director of

and sold exclusively for college V MIAMI (UPI) State Democratic Plant and Grounds Division
f headquarters here receiveda Calvin C. Greene, Jr. stated.
men college men
I I bill for $38 from the Florida The complex .is to Include a
life Insurance risks. J s
are Turnpike Authority ytsUrday. library, classroom: buildingsand
No obligation. Give me a ring, N The bill Is for the toil chargesrun unmarried student dorms.

now.?, up by President Johnson's The Florida Legislature will
G II II- 21 ear-II v, bus motorcade Sunday. be requested to provide funds

Officials said it would ,be paid. for the complex.

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Page 4, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, Oct. 28, 1964OPINI@N "Anyhow, keep the speakers coming: ""

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Support UF ForumsFor

a good education, a student needs to be exposed to many ,I
different views. At the UF this Is being done, but not only In the ,i
classroom. It's also being accomplished by giving us the opportunity -
to hear speakers from the "outside" world.

The UI- Forums Committee, headed by Dill McCollum, has
attempted to bring Interesting and thought-provoking speakersto
the campus. iyy,nil, rf rf1FROM
Besides the many of the past, men like Dr. Medford Evans,
Roy Wllklns, Vance Packard and Erskine Caldwell are among
those scheduled to speak this year. _

We commend the Forums Committee for their work In bringingthe THE THIRD FLOOR
calibre of guests before us.

But, we understand that they are short of funds, and becauseof 'One Man, One Vote'
this, many opportunities have to be passed by.

We urge that steps be taken to support a committee that, DON' DAVIS Cheeseman, Honor Court clerk\o took his case
' to our way of thinking, is doing something and doing it well. ColumnistThe to the students In the dorms, Both Cheesemanand
Supreme Court's "One man, one vote" Gerry Richman have really worked at
apportionment ruling might well make this year's acquainting: the student body with Honor Court
Things Do Go WrongIn election campaign the last of Its kind. practices; and for that reason the court justices'
"The everlastingly growing federal govern- recent vote to oust Alligator reporters from
ment" that Barry Goldwater likes to talk about, trials is perturbing.
has grown out of necessity not choice. The Secrecy of the court's proceedings Is, In a
any newspaper operation, things occasionally go wron* Court's ruling will give control to the more way, self-defeating. Without going to a public
mechanically This is a fact of life so far as the newspaper populous, and more liberal, areas of states trial system there doesn't appear to be much
industry goes, and nothing can be done to anticipate such things. such as Florida.A of a solution.
Since The Alligator is a newspaper, we are no exception, responsible state : Cheeseman has mixed feelings about the
band things sometimes go mechanically haywire as on any other government will go much matter.
paper. further toward preventinga "The principal merit of the present systemis
This was the case on Oct. IS! when we were busily gettingout "1984" situation, than that (he students identity Is never disclosed,"
the pages of our trimester special edition. In this instance, Goldwaterlsm's arbitrary 1 the clerk said. "This is In accordance with
a Headliner machine broke down. However, thanks to Mr. RobertC. regulation of government. the Student Body Constitution."
Cummings, director of the university printing department, Three cheers for reapportionment He added that the main disadvantage was
we were allowed to use their machine, thus saving us from at and ,'S t u den t s don't get to see how Honor Court,
least the more costly road of having our headlines set everybody that can vote .. works."

commercially.And remember to cast that DAVIS A public trial system would, Cheesemansaid
Sunday night our United Press International wire machine
ballot for LBJ.CongratulaUon.s. overburden the courtroom facilities and
"died." With no hope of getting It repaired, we called WRUF to Earl Barker and his bill hinder attainment of a formal atmosphere during
radio station and allowed to their material for the A
were use Council .
to have the Alligator print the Legislative proceedings."A
Monday paper. minutes. At this writing, the council has not met suitable compromise would be to admit
For this helping hand, The Alligator would once again like with to defendants'identities ..
'to make a decision on the matter.If reporters the stipulation keep
to thanks to Mr. and the staff of
say Cummings WRUF. he said.
the bill Is passed as It has been presented, ,
it will go a long way toward bringing about a A future possibility is having the public
r "",, ,,- . ,. ..... .,....,wl .. ,-- .-. showdown on whether students really have any relations committee of the Honor Court reportthe
control over the newspaper which Is subsidizedby trials, Cheeseman concluded.A .

l "yo"= .. 'v w v yo Oyo, ''' '"'" d '" :-" : ''' i student fees or not. LA 'DEAR ABBY'CONFIDENTIAL
But rumors of a compromise bill are TO THE FLA. BLUE KEY
TODAY'S QUOTE"A well-known. The compromise if passed, would MEMBERS WHO CARE:
simply require reporting of legislative council "The naked truth".Shakespeare.
meetings in some fashion. This is okay, but From LOVE'S LABOUR'S; LOST, Act IV,
wise man will hear, and will increase learning; and a it's being done already.A Scene 2, Line 715.
man of understanding shall attain unto wise counsels." question will linger as to why the bill
which has been tabled has to be compromisedat

Proverbs 1:5! all. Of course, maybe compromising a bill LETTER:
already presented Is much more dramatic than
simply letting the whole thing drop or offering
a new bill.
The FloridaALLIGATOR The Honor Court is really a good idea. But 'Ideals At
many people feel It would bo more effectiveif Stake'i
the students knew more about it. Steve i

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Assistant Managing Editor. . . . .Dave Berkowitz : The answer Is simple but frightening
Editorial Page Editor. . . . . .Ed Barber During the period 1945-1961, for example,
Sports Editor. . . . . . .Bruce Dudley We of the Hume Hall Council would like to the United States granted 1.078 billion dollarsin
City Editor. . . . . . . .Skip Haviser commend The Alligator on its fast and accurate assistance to the east European satellites,
Campus Living Editor. . . . .Jackie Cornelius reporting of world and national news. 1.471 billion to Yugoslavia, and 415 million
However, students at the UF, besides being to Russia herself. While millions of American
Editorial Assistants --Jim Castello,Ann Carter,Don Fede r man, Interested In world and national events, are wage earners have been sending a week's
Donita Mathison, Sam Ullman, Ernie Litz (Circulation Manager), Interested in campus activities such as piano pay every month to Uncle Sam, Sam in return
Stan Kulp (Cartoonist). concerts, campus dances, Florida Union and has eased Russia's burdens by financing her
Lyceum Council programs. The council feels Inept satellites, enabling the Communists to
Reporters -- Patti Pita (Student Government Beat Chief, that it is a college newspaper's business to channel money into scientific programs of a
Tova Levine (Tigert Hall Beat Chief), Joe Kollln, Bob Golub, keep students well informed on campus events military nature.
Joe Waldorf, Sharon Kelley, Yvette Cardozo. Eunice Tall, Frank which may be educational as well as Interesting. Sukarno of Indonesia received 489 million
Shepard, Lee Alexander, Agnes Fowles, Fran Snider. Thelma Students who pay activity fees to finance these dollars from our generous uncle during the
Mossman, Bill Sadowskl Marjorie Green, Evan Langbein, David programs have a right to be informed about same period. His people are starving, but her
Kennedy, Marilyn Brlcklln Liz Brewer, Gretchen VandenBerg, them. military organization is second In Asia onlyto
David Ropes, Terry Rogers, Susie Halback, Joan Gaston, Pam Since national and world news is covered Communist China's. He bought most of his
Brown, Jeffrey Denkewalter, Dick Dennis, Beverly Faber, Dick adequately on radio, television and state and weapons and planes from his old friend In
Schneider, Greg Seltz, Bunny Goldberg, Kathl Blaney, Sue Dobbie. area newspapers, we would like to suggest that Peking, Mao. Three guesses bow Mao used
The Alligator limit Its world and national the money?
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaperof news and appropriate most of the paper for With things like this going on beneath my
the University of Florida and Is published five times weekly campus events. DOSe; with a White House assistant being exposed
except during May, June and July when it Is published semi- We hope that The Alligator will keep up as a security risk and pervert;with the patriotic
weekly. Only editorials represent the official opinion of The its fine reporting and be the fine newspaperit Ideals we've cherished since childhood: at stake:
Alligator. Columns represent only She opinions of their authors. has been in the past. Why am I an extremist when I say: 'Ten for
The Alligator is entered as second class matter at the United Barry Goldwater?"
States Post Office at Gainesville. Hume Hall Council

Alan Lewis, Secretary David W. Miller, 4EG


Wednesday, Oct. 28, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 5

to tHe tditoR APODOSIS,

Spirit On Cheeseburger


life and In the ethic 01 numan responsibility.
EDITOR: There we were, Just sitting around the Campus
A prostitute but a human being; a religiousold
Club about the coffee when
lady but a human being; both united by the complaining ,
Mr. Federman, I won't waste words verifying suddenly someone leaped from his chair and
bond of human attachment.
your prediction that people would accuse you of landed right In the middle of a cheeseburger.Now .
Perhaps if you had Just once taken your mind
being prude or Victorian or however you termedIt can you Imagine such a sight on this
off sex and obscenity If you had opened your
; and If you choose to be preoccupied with sedate campus? Then this poor soul, who shall
mind and your heart for Just a secondyouwould
the use or misues of sex In entertainment, have gotten all of the intended warmth remain nameless shouted, "Okay, Gang, let's
well, that too Is your rightful prerogative have a spirit check!" His enthusiasm was
and essence that--though obvious--has
(though It Is beyond me that you are writing enthralling, In spite of the fact not everyone
that column). I mean If you feel "Yesterday apparently escaped you. knew what be was talking
Submitted to you In a spirit of human
Today and Tomorrow" Is a movie spent In about. He stood there, Just
responsibility, emotional Involvement and a
obscenity: and Ill-humor, who Is to say that you desire to help. waiting for some sort ofa
are right or wrong? response, when a
But, as a helpful supplement to the movie, M.,D. Lozoff. 4AS frightened coedfrom
l I thought I would offer you this brief review, across the room fainted,
: for In your preoccupation with sex and 111- and a busboy went to call
humor It Is evident that you have overlookedsome the campus police.Finally,
Important of the stories--aspects you I said, "Get downotfthere,
At:, would have done well to consider before writing 'Corpse That Reeks'EDITOR you aren't in the Graham
your narrow review. Was there no human drama Area Snack Bar."
for you In this movie other than lusty SCHUSTER Fortunately, the campus
! sex sensationalism? Come now! police didn't arrive.
1 Those Incidentals of lust and pregnancy and : The poor unfortunate up on the table startedto
t low-living and prostitution are Just that; the cry, but he didn't move. Someone asked him
t mere Incidentals of life that one must accept Last Sept. 4, Eduardo Frel, of the Christian to please take his foot off the cheeseburgerso
with the rest of It. Eliminating these human Democrat Party, was elected president of Chile he could finish It. Once again I mentionedthat
I truths would essentially dehumanize the by an overwhelming majority.The it might be nice If he got off the table.
production--euphemlze raw humanity for the Chilean Electoral body was confrontedby After: all, he was attracting a crowd.
delicate tastes of an audience who would preferto the following alternatives: a peaceful socio- Slowly, this shadow of a once proud human
be blind. The Importance of "Yesterday economic revolution, with freedom under the being moved his foot off the cheeseburger, and
Today and Tomorrow" 'does not merely lie Christian Democratsjor; a communist revolution, started to pull himself together. He looked
In the entertainment value of these elements, with the persecutions and loss of human liberty down and to the right, and then down and to the .
add Indeed, If they are "misused" are they which are a consequence of a Police State. left. The tension mounted as It began to appearas
not misused everyday around us? If he might step down. The owner of the
Perhaps they were Included to disgust people The anti-communist, anti-Castro campaignwas cheeseburger quickly Snatched his mashed bit
like you. Isn't disgust often one of the many not, nevertheless, carried out by the of meat away, and the man on the table began
reactions to truth? But for the moment, try to Christian Democrats. Only In the two last to make low moaning animal sounds, still
admit to yourself that stories like these may political rallies did Frel severely criticize the swinging his gaze from left to right while
exist somewhere in this world. Try for only a marxism-leninism of Senator Allende. It was looking at a blue chair, then an orange chair,
moment to disregard that dirty stuff and I will other factors and other persons that took It and back.
tell you a few of the things you missed. (onlya upon themselves to clear the air. It was then that a friend recognized his
few though. The rest you have to get for dllemna, and moved all four chairs sway from
yourself). A Chilean pilot, Jacques Logos, who flew on the table. We helped him down, and his friends
Did you notice In the first little story--I bombing missions for Fidel Castro against the took him back to his room for a good stiff
believe It was called "Adellna"--the responsi- Bay of Pigs Invaders, published a book, "Mem- Illegal shot of spirit.I .
. bility and closeness those urchin people felt ories of a Rebel Captain," In which he reveals pondered this weird event for several
" for each other; the sense of commonality they with first-hand data the cruel tyranny Castro. days. As a matter of fact, one night I woke
had and the strength they derived from unity? Several chapters of this book were dramatizedby up In a cold sweat, stared at the telling, and
Nobody really stood alone In his plight. People radio on many occasions until the end of shouted, "Why?"
were Involved In other people--each man the campaign. Finally, I concluded that the poor lad who
embraced his fellow man. mashed the cheeseburger on that table with his
The story begins with this very Idea whenan Then came ex-President of Cuba, Manuel feet was Just a victim of school spirit. So
entire neighborhood conceals the furnitureof Urrutia, with an open letter to Salvador Allendein chauvinistic about the UF was he, that once
a family in debt In order to hide It from the which he warned him that he (Allende) would up on that table due to the breaking through
collectors who would have taken it away. This doubtless find himself In the end a figurehead of the boiling spirit underneath, he could not
i mutual Involvement gave them spirit and a sense and Chile a Russian colony styled after Cuba. decide whether to get off by stepping on to the
of gaiety, and Indeed It Is Just this Idea of orange chair or blue chair.

Involvement--just this sense of joy--that Is The climax came, of course,with the dramatic Certainly, school spirit, and all that, cannot
missing In America. radio message that Juanita Castro (Fidel's be over emphasized at a school that offers
>w, Here people have lost this human sister) directed to the mothers Chile,warning little else In the form of student cohesion.
M f.: responsibility. People are Isolated and lonely them of the danger their children would run The Morale Commission Is quite fortunate
If.tt'" (for all their technology). People get beaten should Chile fall Into communist hands. that this year Its only problem is the channeling
': ". up while others watch, afraid to become Involved. of the spirit inspired by a great football team.
"f,;;;; f._ Strangers sneer rather than smiling. This feeling The newspapers reported all the foregoingIn However, extremism In the defense of school
M of unity seems so far gone In America that I large headlines during the week before the spirit is a vice when students go the limits of
can understand how some people would think election.The reckless disregard by such actions as Jumpingon
'_""""';: this movie mere fiction--obscenity. tables and stomping on cheeseburgers Let
k.4i% But how can you feel Ill-humor or anything result of all this was the sweeping the administration be warned alter one of these
":> / but human warmth when you watch these people triumph of Eduardo Frel, a victory for which, football games Frame Hall D will go up In
who are forced to live In the most degrading beyond doubt, Castro had been unknowingly smoke. Its fire extinguishers are empty.

circumstances, all rally to the cause of one in responsible.

misfortune, giving precious pennies from their Fret's victory constitutes the fourth Important
', .." I' meager earnings? This is what I refer to as defeat suffered by communism In Latin America
?i; heart. And Is not the life of these people In In the last nine months. The first was the
Joyful contrast to the heartless and unfulfilled elections In Venezuela last December 1. The
existence of the woman in the second story who, second the overthrow of President Joao Goulart 'Good Work Kids'EDITOR
In all her riches, has lost all touch with In Brazil on April 1. The third was the Judgmentand
humanity Is lonely, Isolated In her materialism.She the sanctions of the OAS In July.
Is a woman who describes herself :
Ironically as "with a deep void Inside me"; After what took place in Chile we might come
and yet, a woman who, In all her professed to two heartening conclusions: First, a hopeful Did I hear someone dare to say that the
emptiness has been so isolated that when she horizon Is now open to the Christian Democrat students at the Symphony concert rehearsal
does have the chance--for the price of her parties in Latin America. Fret's triumph can, Monday, Oct. 19, were not well-mannered?
wealth--to regrasp the essential life,she cannot, and, in fact will, give great impetus to the Where could they have gotten that W.a11 am
but prefers to remain Joyless, and rich. strength of the already powerful Christian sure they were disappointed that no paper
Incidentally, where was the obscenity and Democrat Parties, as It will to that of his airplanes flew onto the stage, but is that
ill-humor hen colleague and friend Rafael Caldera In Venezuelaand reason enough to call them Ill-mannered?
Even In the last story of a prostitute and so many others, with all that this Impliesfor After all, didn't the kiddies yell and clap
the groveling Image of a lustful male, didn't the triumph of democracy, liberty and social when the piano top was raised and lowered
you notice more human compassion and communication Justice. The second conclusion Is that Castro, And didn't they continue to talk and make
and emotional Involvement than you besides being an ECONOMIC burden for Soviet noise during the rehearsal And didn't the
usually do in aa American film of melodrama communism, has now become a POLITICAL few that left and remained outside to laugh
and sunsets? Just try to glance beyond the burden, which no, longer holds appeal for the and talk loudly
simple facts of a beautiful prostitute and her powen-that-be In Russia.In And most of all, shouldn't they be praised
over-anxious, frustrated customer (whose other words the "eastrlsmo" that In for their patience Alter all, you can Imact-
acting, by toe way, I thought was splendid). 1939 and 1960 had the aroma of triumphal their disappointment when they found out the
Didn't you notice the responsibility the flower In Latin America, is now a political music wasn't going to be from Mother Goose!
and from which all will Keep the good work kids. I am sure
prostitute felt even for a religious sad dogmaticgrandmother corpse that reeks, up yourparents
who had burled insults at her Just attempt to flee. (?) would be proud of you.

a day before she came to speak to her? Here
again Is this inherent sense of involvement b Javier A. Lescano,2UC Rlcharft Summers, 2t1CLeTTcRQ

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Cambodia Plane Killer;

May Join Viet CongSAIGON Say Still ROTC Worthwhile ChiefsWhile ;' I

(UPI) Cambodia announced yesterday It relations In August, 1963, following series of border

had shot down the U.S. Air Force plane In which Incidents. The Vietnamese accused Cambodia of

eight Americans were killed and threatened to throwin harboring and aiding the Viet Cong;Cambodia accuses only 21 per cent of UF Training Corps (ROTC) worth.

Its lot with Communist North Viet Nam and the Viet the Vietnamese and Americans of violating the borderIn male students enrolled in basic while.

;ong guerrillas In the south. hot pursuit.A military science go Into the advanced -

Cambodia and South Viet Nam traded charges of series of other Incidents Involving Americans and program, Army and ROTC provides the armed ser-
Air Force officials at the UF still vices with its greatest number of
ggresslon. Saigon said the Cambodians Invaded South Cambodians also Increased tension between those two
let Nam Monday with fighter planes and 100 boat countries.One consider the Reserve Officers' officers throughout the United

oads of soldiers. Cambodia said U.S.and Vietnamese States, said Army Lt. Col. M.D.
was the death of U.S. Army Capt. Herman Y.
Ircraft' frequently Invaded Its territory. Towery of Georgetown S.C., who was captured In a Annual AlumBarbeque Christian.The .

The Cambodian statements were reported: In press border skirmish, taken into Cambodia and later found current administration

Ispatches from the Cambodian capital of Phnom Penh. floating In a pool on the Vietnamese side of the border, policy on ROTC requires all phy-

The undeclared border war between South VietNam shot in the back.Americans SetMore sically-able freshman and sopho-

nd Cambodia appeared to be growing In Intensity. said his body apparently was placed more males to participate In the

:ambodla vowed to return "blow for blow" a threat there to lure Americans Into an ambush. Helicopterstrying than 2,000 alumni and basic training program.

hick could find the South Vietnamese fighting Cam- to recover his body drew Cambodian ground
guests are expected to attend the "The decision on which of the
odians as well as the Viet Cong.
fire.The 20th Annual Alumni Barbeque before two branches a student takes Is
Cambodia and South Viet Nam broke diplomatic Cambodians also charged that Americans and the Florida-Georgia football entirely up to the Individual,"

Vietnamese penetrated Cambodiaup game Nov. 7 sponsored by the said Christian."In .

to 10 miles In a raid to recover Jacksonville Alumni Club. The the past, the great majorityof

NASA Tour Still Has RoomThirteen the bodies of eight men killed In huge Jacksonville Coliseum Is the students have signed up for Air
Force ROTC said Air Force Col.
the crash of an Air Force C 123 site of the mammoth barbecue.A ,

provider transport plane.An 30-mtnute statewide radio William N. Boat Jr. "However,

[ spaces i ornate to be be sent to Florida Union Room American military spokesman show will be broadcast during the this year th.re Is about a 50-50

led on a special tour of the 315. officially denied the charge event, featuring theUFband, balance between Army and Air

hn F. Kennedy Space Center-- Tuesday and said map coordinates cheerleaders, and state and national Force."

ASaturday, Nov. 14,Florida The itinerary is as follows: showed the crash site 1,000 yards personalities. Dick Strat- ROTC expenses at UF are taken

Ion Program Director D.E. inside Viet Nam. An accompanyingpilot ton, Jacksonville TV personality care of by the United States
6 a.m. bus leaves Florida Union.
jrrett said. said the other plane fe inside will emcee the 12:30 p.m. show. government.
11:30 a.m. Lunch at Cocoa Beach.
Cambodia. The area Is some 80 Governor Faris Bryant,UF President -
1 p.m. Arrive at NASA south gate "The only cost to the universityis
J. Wayne Reitz and head coach
st of the 14-hour tour Is $8 miles North Saigon,according
for briefing. 1:30 p.m. begin the price of the military buildIng -
Ray Graves will take part In the
person exclusive of meals and a UJS. spokesman and 100 miles
tour. 4:30 p.m. Leave north Itself and Its maintenance,"
reshments. Deadline to reserve according to the Cambodians. program.All
gate for Orlando. 6 p.m. Dinnerat said Christian. "The armed ser-
alumni students and the
lace Is next Monday;checks may Americans ck rged in April that ,
Orlando. 7:30 p.m. Leave Cambodia shot u wn a U.S. plane general public are Invited to the vices pick up the tabMor all
for Gainesville. 10 p.m. Arriveon barbecue, which be gin* at 11:30 uniforms and equipment.
well inside South Viet Nam,killing
Pieceiomposed campus. The officers who teach ROTCat
an American flier. So far there a.m. and will end In.time to
get to the Gator Bowl next to the UF do so on a voluntary basis.
Participants on the tour must be have been no U.s.-Cambodian air
U.s. citizens at least 18 years battles but U.s. Air Force F102 Coliseum for the 2 p.m. kickoff. "AU Instructors must hold at
Tickets available for $2 at least one college degree and be
old. Cameras may not be broughton pursuit planes have scrambled
the alumni office In University approved by the university
the tour. several times.
known has "
composer administration, said Boas.
Auditorium.A .
The U.s. Air Force, meanwhile,
ten music for
expressly mar- I
Salaries are paid by the United
variety show will precede the
Identified the pilot of an AtE
band for the first time saidr
government since the Instructors -
Forum radio program, with songs and
Skyralder killed when his plane
Band Director Richard W.
are still in the armed
cheers led by the Gator cheer-
les. crashed on a dive bombing run

en Bowles couldn't find "de- Monday at 1st Lt. Glenn Charles leaders and band. forces.
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music for his marchers to TodayFour Dyer of Charlotte, N.C. I

\ he commissioned Mortonto Dyer's death brought the toll of I

write a half-time show different psychologicalpoints American dead in Viet Nam to 219. jet YOUR message( thpouqh ,

of view will be challengedIn
piece, named "Forma-
a discussion panel and questlon-
will be played: Turing half.ItllJat -
and-answer forum this afternoonin
the Florida-Auburn
game Benton 108 at 3:30.
-"ay. The UF Gator Band and
Panel members of the UF psy- 1
Awn University Band will com- 6-
chology department and the dif
.Ml.. play It. Earl William Conner, senior .
ferent fields of thought they represent 1' Q .; .
is the first time a engineering student from Pensa- ,
compo- y '
are Dr. Bartz (C'., .
: Wayne H. ,
cola has the Williams .
.41( national reputation has evern -
, general psychology; Dr. BradfordN. f 'as'p'i'with: ; .. .
music especially for mar- Incentive Award for the fall tri-
Bunnell, physiological psycho-
band," said Bowles. mester 1964.
les said he usually receives logy; Dr. Henry S. Pennypacker, The award was given at a monthly "lllCjatou "bveRtlslnc;
classical conditioning; and Dr.
of the Fla. West Coast
ism about the band's music meeting
Jack M. Wright social
field. Bartz, Pennypacker, and Wrightare Chapter of American Institute of Gator Advertising & Classifieds Ext. 2832
>y don't we play decent Industrial Engineers.The .
assistant professors, while award, presented by Ivan
people ask. We don't be-
Bunnell Is associate
there isn't any," BowlesIs professor. H. Wheeler, president of Minneapolis -
According to Bartz
general psychology -
-Honey well in St.Petersburg,
doesn't mean there Isn't concerns the study of the Is given to the "most Improved
behavior and the way man thinks; FLA. UNION
[decent music," he satr. It's Industrial engineering student.
i that no one of national repu- physiological psychology concerns Conner received the Chapter
brain/ and
operation physiological
i has ever written anything for scholarship award for $100 per
reactions of the brain.
|hjng band before. trimester.fWHW'fltff.
les declined to say how mucht

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had a circle around this they face the Tigers.Gerald Gross "It's another one of those big
game since last fall," said Coach li probably the fastest man on ball lames," said Coach Graves
Ray Graves as his football team the team, according Tiger Coach Monday. "This Is Auburn day.
started to prepare for the Auburn Jimmy Jordon. Alabama Is gone."

Tigers this week. Gross moved to halfback this
Last year the Florida studded with Frederickson going from However, the Gators will still
Tigers downed the Gators 19-0, year halfback to fullback.Frederickson have to contend with Sidle and
and Graves hopes to turn the tables Coach Jordon who was voted SEC L: I, .
this year. Two of the Tigers which who might be the Coach of the Year In 1963. V
the Gators will have to worry about best all-around back In the league Jordon coached the Tigers Jo a + M
are Florida products. Fullback according to Jordon, won the 9-0 record In 1963; and althoughhis w L
Tucker Frederickson Is from Jacobs Trophy last season as the team has been having It a(
I Hollywood and linebacker Bill CodyIs best blocker In the Southeastern little rough this year, Jordon
from Orlando. Conference. contends his team Is ready to
The other big problem for the move.
Gators Is spelled S-I-D-L-E.Last Frederickson Is also a demonon Jordon graduated from AuburnIn --' ... --.w. -'" _-'-"""'.....""'".............. ........... ..,..,-...----......,.-- .y- ---..
defense and plays safety man 1932 and he will be trying to get
year Tiger quarterback Jimmy
ALAN POE rounds for South Ca-
comer against
Sidle raised havoc with the Gator for the Tigers. the Tigers off to a big season
defense as he lead his team to second half when they meet the rolina. Poe was injured in 'Bama game, Don Knapp is
victory.Sidle hasn't been at full strength ;;l::1:1:1:::::1:::::: :::1; ::1:::1:1:::::1::::1:1:::::1:1:::;it;; Gators Saturday. to start for him against Auburn.

most of the year, but this doesn't ::;:::;:;::: This Friday a pep rally::::::
Ie tan y of the pressure oft, :x';;::;::: honoring the Fightln'Gator !r.;;:::.>;:, 'Bama Florida FightsHistoryThe
according to Coach Graves. :gx;:::;:: football team will be held::$;:;:: ,
"We couldn't handle! him last ::;::;:;::: at 7 p.m. In front of the :::&:;:::
year at full strength,"said Graves. :ix'iji::::::: University Auditorium. ::|::;|::|:: Florida Alabama series The two teams then did not Taking the ball on an Alabama
"I hope he's not at full strength :ijijij:::::j The band, cheerleaders, ::;|::::::: comprises a total of 14 football face each other for 12 years. In punt, Tom Shannon pitched two
against us." ::jjj:::::':: Coach Ray Graves and all::jjj:;:::: contests in 48 years. The Crimson that tIme; Alabama, under Head completed passes to ,Brown and
Graves said Sidle could be ;:jjj:::;::;; the fans who care will be :::jjj::;:::: Tide have captured seven vic- coach Bear Bryant, has emerged as Trammell to carry the ball downto
compared to Alabama quarterbackSteve ::;:;::: there to show the Gators ::::::;::::: tories; the Gators five. one of the top national powers. Alabama 42 yard stripe. On
Sloan who lead the Crimson ::::::::::: they still have the students :::::::::::: Not counting Saturday's game, The Galore went into Tuscaloosato the next play, Shannon pitched the
fide for most of the game Saturday."I :;iSJ-jjj:;;;:: support. :::::::$: this is how the history book reads: encounter a team which had not ball out to Kirk who hh right (
think Sloan runs the optiona ;;;:;::;:;;:: The pep rally Is being :;:;:;:.;? In 1916, 'Bama won the initial lost a game at home since 1957. guard and broke between two Ala-
little better than Sidle. But SidleIs ;ijxjij:;::::: sponsored by the morale :::::::;::; meeting between the two schools, The Tide wad undefeated and bama defenders, cut to his left
stronger all around," said ;:;::::;:commission: of Student :;:::::;::::; 160. Five years later the Gators untied. In the previous two years, and eluded the two remaining defenders -
Graves. ;&::;;::?! Government. :;:::;!;:::; evened the score, 92.. In 1923, they had lost only one game (76to with the help of a great

The big thing the Gators will 1 j1j1::1:1:1:11:1:1:1:::;::::::1::::1:::1:::::::::1::::::1:1:::::J 1 1: Florida crushed the Tide again, Georgia Tech).. Alabama was block by sophomore end Charley
have to worry about Is speed when 166.A heavily favored to smash the Casey, and outran defensive halfback -
I I national powerhouse Alabama Gators. Benny Nelson for the
team beat Florida the unbelievable touchdown.
next two But, Florida went to Alabamato Jimmy
times faced them Hall added the extra and the
they (1925,34-0; point
ON play. With only 2:15 gone in
1926, 49-0). But, in 1927, the the football game, the Gators Gators led. 10-0.
Gators outweighed 24 pounds per demonstrated this. Bob Lyle Bama never quit. Namathledthe
COLD man, pulled a big upset on the Tide. boomed a 42-yard field 10al'to squad 67 yards for a TD. But,
Facing the same 'Barna eleven put Florida ahead 30. It stood time was not on the Tide's side.
which had humiliated Florida two that way a long time. The Gators held on for an amazing
years In a row, Cannonball Crab- 10-6 upset. The Gators' 10 points
%. NIGHTS tree, a quarterback, sparked a The Gators never fell apart. were the most scored on Alabama !
13-6 win with a 95-yard punt return The defensive struggle continued. since 1959. ,
TIE COM E VARIETY STORE and two 55-yard kick-off re- That big field goal still stood Ink The Gators scored more pointsin
turns.It the final quarter. Then came the their 'next meeting (14) but it
was the last Gator win over bomshell. wasn't quite enough. ;,
the Crimson Tide until 1951. Ala-
bama beat Florida In 1930, 20-0;
RtPMCtMENJ 1931, 41-0, 1948, 38-24; 1949, Spirit Rebounds
GUARANTEE 35-13; 1950, 4113. The Gators
rebounded In 1951 to beat 'Bama
Ze q i ; 3021. After First Defeat,.

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Florida Still Coach Ray Graves was particularly Graves said the Injuries '
,. : :. pleased with the rebounding received In the 'Bama contest Ii
spirit of his Gator football team weren't as severe as first thought. wy j
Ranked 10th"We '
Tuesday after its first defeat of He said both halfbacks Alan Poe ;,
the season. and Don Knapp should be at full i iI'
lost a ball game, but we Graves was also pleased with strength for the game Saturday. fiR
didn't lose much prestige," said the response from both students Jack Harper, the Gator's second ||:
Coach Ray Graves after his football and alumni, and said he had leading ground gainer and mail:
I team lost to Alabama's Crimson received more letters of congratulations breakaway threat, will definitely:"'
e Tide. after this game with miss the Auburn game this sat.M|
The Associated Press and United Alabama than any other game this urday. 'fc :
\. Press International both seemed to year. Harper, who is also the second
3YFJ. agree as the Gators came in 10th Graves said he feels the spirit leading touchdown producer on the,
In both polls this week. will continue to build this weekas team twisted his kpee in the South '"
Florida State was dropped from the team prepares for Auburn. Carolina game and has not seeD ,.
both polls after their loss over the The Florida coach Is also action since then.
weekend. pleased with the injury situation Alan Poe, who got his but
1 for the Auburn game. school football at Tampa Robin!,:
,J son will probably get to se SOCK,
Singlo Control Washable action In the game Saturday. Da
Knapp will start at Poe's half?
Automatic Blankets t' back spot according to bead toad i,
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bUnd 01 80% On the plus side of the ledgers
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.H fine-core yarn for fatter heating 8 be able to see some action. can|
and vinyl coated so it can't b. affacHd designsBeautiful Thomas is also scheduled to set

by welting or dampness. 9 sealed thermostats some action this weekend. Tomu,
turn It on and off automatical.ly In Shannon, who spent Sunday aoCj

to hold desired ttmptratur Assorted colors Lingerie for the Bridetobefranklin flu Monday was back In the out hospital at practice with todaj IK j

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Writer In rushing with 115 yards in 28 Established ornotSpurrierkeptthe
carries. Realizing that Shannonand Gators out of serious trouble WithMARQUIS .
The age of the scrambling Spurrier alternate at quarter- Saturday by his broken-field
[quarterback Is here. No longer, back and do not play an entire running.
[if a team wishes to succeed, cana game, makes their accom- South Carolina back Marty Rosen BAESZLER
[ quarterback be caught for big plishment that much more commented after the game,"Those
sses In his own backfield while remarkable. running quarterbacks sure hurtus.
iralnly looking for receivers. He Shannon has been recognized Several times we thought we Saturday night, as I walked up the stairs of my dorm, each step
ust be able, If he finds himself long as an outstanding runner. But had them for big losses, but they echoed like the hunter's rifle In the early hours of the morning.
apped, to execute a little broken- Spurrier's emergence Into the would get awv." When I reached the door, the quiescent hallway seemed to shout at me,
ield running. realms of a scrambler has beena mocking the depressed mood was In.
This new type of running surprise. Blessed with only Head Gator Offensive Coach We had just returned from Alabama where we had played our hearts
uarterback has exemplified average speed, Spurrier recently Pepper Rodgers added, "Spurrierand out, only to lose by three points To me, and to everyone'else on the
ecently In the Southeastern Conference admitted, "I'm not the real runneron Shannon were very effectiveIn team, losing rips some of your soul loose, and there can be almostno
(SEC) by Alabama's Joe this team. Guys like Jack their broken-field running.They consolation.But .
amath and Auburn's Jimmy Sidle Harper, Larry Dupree, and Alan picked up blockers where they saw
ger "The Artful Dodger" Poe are the established them and gained valuable if there's any consolation In losing,'it's knowing that one didn't
taubach of Navy Is the current ball-carriers." yardage." lose alone. There were thousands of fans who had cheered as hard
cognized master of broken-field as they could and knew the Gators had played their best and they showedus
funning. they were as proud of us when we got back as when we left. That
But future Gator opponents I piece of our soul we had torn away when we lost Is still gone, but
ware. Florida Is developing Its I Varnes Joins Intramurals I Florida fans have helped the wound considerably.As .
brand of the nimble-footed I I the team left Friday for Tuscaloosa, hundreds of Florida rooters
[ignal-caller. crowded around the bus to give their blessing, then}ollowed the bus
Unlike the option play In which "You think of it and I do Itl" 4'Before the students used to doa to the airport in a motorcade that will not soon be forgotten in Gaines-
|quarterback has a choice between said Paul Varnes, the new assis- lot of the work," Cherry said, ville. And as the plane took off, a string of car lights could be seen
ng and passing, broken-field tant program director fo the Intra- "but now the program Is too large for miles.
ing results from having alls murals department. and we felt assistance was neces-
receivers covered. Then a Varnes, who is presently work- sary. The send-off was a pleasant surprise, but not nearly as surprisingas
rterback is left with his wits ing on his doctorate in physical "Therefore our department has the greeting we got when we returned. It was like no one had told
d l his legs. education, received the newly been re-arranged and we have them we lost. People congratulated us like we'd beaten Alabama 20
I As Coach Ray Graves said aftere created post when the intramurals created the post of program dir- to nothing.It .
| Gators beat South Carolina, department this year decided the ector, to work full time and take has been said that this year's team Is the first Florida team to
: was pleased by the fine running program organization was becoming the load off the students." play "big hearted" football. I'd like to add that this is the first year
qur quarterbacks Tom Shannon too Involved for students. The department now has 13 fields the Florida football team has played for such "big hearted" hns.
d 1 Steve Spurrier. They saved us Students together with H. Spur- of competition for Intramurals between Coach Graves expressed the feeling well when he said losing Is }Like
me embarrassing moments by geon Cherry, assistant professorand dorm areas and fraternities having someone In the family die. But life does go on, and the Gators
f Ing able to run out of the pocket director of Intramurals, have and sororities.Competition faIn have another five games to play.
d> pick up some yardage." in the past worked out the sched- the fields of archery, basket-
[And pick up some yardage they ule for the Intramural sports. ball, bowling, flag football, golf, This week the Gators are home playing another 'Alabama team,
|ve done. So far this season, This year Cherry was appointed handball, softball,swimming,table, Auburn. Last year the Tigers beat the Gators and nothing would give
rrier has gained 143 yards In assistant dean of the College of tennis, tennis, track, volleyball, us any more pleasure than avenging that 19 to nothing licking.
carries to place third on them Physical Education, and his time and water basketball. The Tigers have had their troubles with Injuries this year. Their
in rushing. Shannon is fifth for Intramurals was cut. In addition the department Is great quarterback, Jimmy Sidle, has been out with a dislocated shoulder -
In charge of 19 intramural clubs but should be ready for the Gators.
In the same areas and also in
A Little Pepper For The OffenseMonday
barbell, crickett, fencing, gymnastics -
Judo and karate, modern the Galore had a new quarterback, or at least a revised addition -
dance, sailing, soccer, and wrest- of an old one. With Tom Shannon In the Infirmary and Steve
ling. Spurrier at the dentist having his teeth put back together (Alabama .
"Membership Is open to all thought he looked better without them), Coach (Pepper) Rodgers was
students. Instruction for beginnersis the only quarterback who know the plays.He .
given by faculty advisors and advanced didn't finish quite as strong as he started, but the of boy can
club members.Competitionis call a good game.
based on wide levels of pro-
t Today with back Coach must have been
ficiency," said Cherry. Spurrier Rodgers thinking
about the day before. Steve malt smart and
a move on an option play
"We are glad to have more stu-
F dents," he added, "but It does Coach Rodgers was quick to point out, "you looked just like Coach
Rodgers on that play."
cause more work. That's why we
Who was flattering whom?
created this new post."

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Bennett Z II 0
GAME RECORD Newcomer 2 0 0
Florida Opponent Tramm.ll I 20 0
24 SMU 8 Kirk I I 0'
pJa ...... 16 Miss State 13 Card 1 t 0
30 M1IJ1rllppl 14
14 Alabama 17 No. Yards TDaCasey
27 395 4
I Trammell (2), MaclAan, Brown, Johnson, Kirk Daenler 4 7 0
Drugs j Poe I 20 0
A t. Comp. Pet. Intr. Gain TD Jackson 2 24 ., 1 +
h Saddlery Spurn.r 56 3s: .US: 4 447 5 Knapp I U 0
Shannon U 13 .el t 2 164 0 Ewa1d.s.n I 14 0
Western.Clothing. Trammell 1 0 0 0 0 0 Sneed I 11. 0

Spurrter Z4 U7 0 n.t RUM Gain Lost Net Avg.
GAINESVILLE STOCKMAN Seymour 2 84 0 4.0 l7pre. 5e 211 Z 209 3.9
s Team I 1 0 ..0 Harper U ISI U 150 4.1
Spurr"r 13 no M 142 ,.I
SUPPLY COMPANY Tether 33 114 3 III ..4
KICKOFF RETURNS Shannon ZI 115 ZJ t2 s.tNo.
Yards AYf. Knapp e 66 0 H 11.3
,; "Florida' Largest and Complete" Harper 5 122 24.5 B..ellltr 12 U a H... '.) '
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::::;!:$:::: Tickets are still available In Eight debaters representing &i m 'W
:;:::::::j:: Room 315 of the Florida Union the UF Debate Society will |:|::|::
:;::jjj:::::::: for the Chinese Supper being travel to the Mercer Unl- :::1:11:;
:jijijij:::::::: sponsored by the Floridajijjij varsity Novice Tournament In :::::::
:::::::i Union International Commlt- Macon, G a., this weekend. ::::;::;:
:xtee.::::::::::; The Supper will be held They will participate In de- ::::::;::
:::&:::::: in the FU Social Room at 6 bate rounds on Friday afternoon !:::::::: ,. .' .
i:::::::: this Thursday night. and Saturday morning. :::;:::: ): ,"h!,
:::;:::#:::; Featured on the program The National Debate Topic: ::::::: '. ".
:iiji::!:1;!:; will be Oriental music, a film Resolved: That the federal :;;::::::::
;::$:::::: on Nationalist China, and instructions government establish a pro- :ijijij:::::::
:&:::;::$:: on how to use chop- gram of federal work for the :::;:;::j::
M:::::: sticks. unemployed; will also be the :::::::::
::jig:::::1y:: Reservations should be debate topic for this tourna- ::::::::::: ,
::::::::$:: made In Room 315 of the ment. The debaters will de- :jivi:::
.1 ::jj:::::: Florida Union by 2:00 p.m. bate both the affirmative and :::::::;:
;Sii-::::::::: today. The cost is $1.50 per negative sides of this issue. ::::::::::: "-;
:::::::::: plate. No tickets will be sold The members who will par- ::::::::::: :.e, '. : ,t"
t ;:::::::::: at the door. tlcipate in the tournament are ':::::::: i.
Michael Carson 2UC, Barry :|:x::::::
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'.|:.:$.:. Directories 2UC, Daniel Koppels IUC, :$::;:::; ,n... .'", ":,}. "
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:::::::::::: (excluding fraternities and or chansky 1UC, MarvlnSldeman ::::::::'::: ,
:::::::::::: sororities) can pick up cam- 1UC, and Richard Smith 1UC. ::;::!:::
:::::::::: pus directories at the Information ;Xt; :
!|:1:1:i:| Booth across from the ApplicationsApplications | 1

;:::::jjj:::::: Hub, 12 to 5 p.m. through for member- :m::
:|i::;::|::| Friday.
ship In Florida Blue Key, ijx::::;
;:::!jj:: Only one directory Is alloted
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'$ per apartment or room off
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: are available at the ;!:::: p's"t xti
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|| International Club submission of applications Is :.::.:.:..:.:.:..
: ::: Friday, Nov. 8.Political. :;::;
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:jijig::::::: Club will hold its monthly Debate |
:::';:::::::: meeting Nov. 2, at the University .:.:.:.
:$::$:::;:, Women's Club at 8 Dr. Rosenbaum and Paul :j::::|::|:: a
:jijiji::::::;! p.m. A Thanksgiving program K. Helm will be the debators :::::::::
:|:::j:::|::;:|:; Is planned. There will at the Catholic Student Center ::::::::
::::::::::;' be a teaspoon Thanksgiving this Sunday at 12:30 p.m. The :::::::::
::::::::::: dinner with explanation of how topic Is the national preslden- :::::::::
::::::::::::, to prepare It. All women tlal election; both Johnsonites ::::::::::
:::::::::::. foreign students and wives and Goldwaterites are wel- :|:::j::::
:::::::::::: of foreign students are cordially come...as well as the non- ::::::::::
:::::::::::;; invited. If there Is need commltteds. |:::1:1|:|::;
:::ij-j:::::: for transportation or If there Sponsored by the Newman ::::::: Pyromaniacs at work?
: Club this event should be :i=:1i:1:::
:ijijijij:::::: are any other questions, call ,

,. ;::::::::::: Mrs. Glenn A. Farris, 2-5830. very Interesting because both :;::::::::
speakers are avid supporters :::11:;:::: 'oil.i.uH ...... .
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Halloween Howl for president. :::.::;.:::.:;.
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:::::::::::::' and Presbyterian Student Centers Oct. 31, the Newman Club ::::::1:! No, just the bonfire for the Alabama game giant pep rally.
:::::::: invite all students to a
will have a dance at the ::::::::::
Will remember the Alabama
::::1:1::: Halloween Howl Saturday you game.students anxiously
Catholic Student Center.Itwill $:::
:ilijij:::::: night. The Presbyterian Stu- huddled
: around radios at listening parties, fervently wishing
follow victory over
: ft:::!
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:jjj::::::::::: of the wildest Halloween entertainment Auburn. :::::::: they were there during the exciting last few moments? ... the

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::::::::: live music the Barracudas
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the Gators played a tremendous ? the well-
:|:x:::$::; and Halloween pranks devised Any coed wishing to help :::::1::: game
:::::::::::, by the Old Lady herself. type addresses on envelopes ::::::;:: deserved support that the students gave the team? It's all

:jjjj:::::::::: The dress Is casual and the for the Dollars for Scholars '::::::::; fresh now. But, will you remember the 'Bama game say.
::::::::::' fun Is free at the Halloween committee Is Invited to bring :j:::::;
\ :;::':::;':, Howl, Saturday night at 7:30 a typewriter to the A TO fraternity ::::::|:: 10 years from now? Let the Seminole help you. The Semi-
i :::::::::::' at the Presbyterian Center, house tonight at 7:45. ;>::::jj::::: nole takes an inside look at the real spirit of Florida's cam-
:::yi:::: across from Matherly Hall. Refreshments will be served. ::fr::::: The Seminole the
captures significant moment and
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1 Forestry Adds

I i New Section Il gc l astctCA ] '

w't :

The UF School of Forestry will On Sale The Hub. Library Matherly I & Peabody Hall

soon have a department of tree

physiology, according to J.W.
Miller Jr., professor of logging

The new department will study
the growth of trees and Its rela- AND
tion to the tree's environment.
It Is a Joint effort of the UjS.
Government and the School of DRY CLEANING
Forestry, he said. ,.
Dr. Wayne H. Smith who will
be assistant director of the pro-
Ject, will come to the UF from OUR SPECIALTY
Mississippi State College Nov.10. lfllllllPage
The director of the new depart- EXCLUSIVE SANITONE 'C
ment will come to the UF Jan. 1,
said Miller, adding that he could PROCESS
not divulge his name.
The new department will sub
.ta.nUa11J1ncrease the size of the
1722 W. Univ. Ave.
forestry school,one of the smallestat
the UF with Just 44 students.