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Vol. 57, No. 40 University of Florida,Gtjinfcivi He Thursday, Oct. 29, 1964

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Bud Dashiell and Travis
ROGERS Staff Writer
Edmundson, better known as Bud
and Travis, will be part of the f The Legislative Council passed a sightly amended bill Tuesday

entertainment at Fall Frolics on .. :,. night which would require the Alligator to publish council minutes
Nov. 13.Dashiell. within 11 days after a meeting.The .

was born In Paris, 11, h'P. bill originally required "proceedings" to be published with

France of American and English .,.. the minutes. This would Include wording of bills, resolutions, and

parents. He enrolled at the Art ,."! special requests for money. An amendment submitted by LesterM.
Center School In Los Angeles with ". (Buddy) Blain abolished this requirement.An .
visions of a career In advertising amendment suggested by Earl Barker who proposed the

Illustration. bill at the last council
I meeting,
Newspaper
To support himself while In art
would have allowed the
Alligator
school, Dashiell began playing club
to edit the minutes to make them
dates. He started playing guitarat
more readable. This amendmentwas
age 17. While at school, Bud DiscussedThe
defeated unanimously In
had a reunion with his future a
voice-vote of council members.The .
partner's brother, whom he met In Alligator was the topic of
the army. This was the first meet- discussion at the Voice of the

ing of the future team, but it was slightly-amended bill was Electorate (VOTE) Party caucus

several years before they decidedto passed with several members In held Tuesday night.
form the act.Edmonson opposition. John Douthat said he A bill which would require The

was born In Long felt that publishing council minutes Alligator to print minutes of Legislative -

Beach, Cal., and spent most of would be a waste of space. Council meetings, ,and a

his growing years Nogales,Ari BUD AND TRAVIS. TO APPEAR HERE "censure" of The Alligator by
zona. He attended the Universityof the council for printing an "over-
Arizona where he was an anthropology "This Is .M>t a party issue, buta abundance of national and Inter-
student Interest Issue he said.
major. As his thesis he Constitution Will national news" were discussed.
undertook to write a dictionary of "The Alligator should present proceedings Herman F. Greene, minority

the Yaqui Indian language, and of meetings In a news- party floor leader, stated that the

during his studies with the Yaquis, worthy manner, not just verbatim bill was a good Idea.
Travis was made a member of the Boost UF SenateThe texts of the minutes. "I don't think The Alligator

tribe the only white man ever Is responsible to anything exceptthe

accorded this honor. He also began Its function is to enact legislationfor "Certainly the Council has the editorial staff," he said, referring -

playing guitar and vocalizing while new UF Constitution Is the university. The presidenthas right to dictate what the Alligator to the "censure" resolu-

In college and upon graduation,took aimed at the "revitalization of never exercised a veto over should print, but I question whetherthe tion.Earl
to the road and performed as a the University Senate," Dr. Fred- this body. Interest of students will be Darker, who submitted the

single In various clubs throughoutthe erick H. Hartmann told the local The April constitution was best served by passing this bill ," bill at the last: meeting, gave

United States. chapter of the American Asso- "written for an Institution that he said.A reasons why he felt the bill should

After his army service, Travis ciation of University Professors has hopes of becoming a great be passed.

again worked as a single in such (AAUP) Tuesday night. institution," said Hartmann. resolution was adopted by the "The Alligator feels It should
spots as the Purple Onion and the Under the constitution have a commercial newspaper's
previous Council in which it declared Us
Hungry Inn in San Francisco and Hartmann, a profess cr of poli- passed in 1949, committees were approval of the Board of Regents (lattltude in selecting news, but the
then the tical silence, said the constitution Council feels The
Joined Gateway Singers. appointed by the president and amendment to the State Constlt Legislative
In 1958, Travis again was passed in April has given the Senate covered only very limited topics.In Alligator; has a responsibility to
appearing at the Hungry I and Bud more power to advise PresidentJ. addition, the freedoms of a carry notices we think necessary,"

was playing across the street at Wayne. Heitz on administrative professor were not well defined, he said.
the Purple Onion. When they decided matters. said Hartmann. Blain was selected by accla- Darker said he had promised

to team up, Bud and Travis The University Senate is com- "The participation of the facultywas mation to be chairman of the Editor Walker Lundy he would
talked music for three days before posed of all full professors and neither well-defined nor well Student Government Constitutional submit amendments tothebltl

,they sang a note together. 50 elected associate professors. developed in the 1949 consti- Revisions Committee. Blain pro- which would strip It of much of

tution," said Hartmann.The posed the committee on Sept. 29. Its power but he added that he

Barry Blasts Reds civil liberties of professor "expected" the amendments wouldbe

was also spelled ut In the April It Is supposed to suggest changes defeated.A .
constitution. in the constitution to make It censure of The Alligator for

Lyndon WelcomedEN "Under the old constitution mat more "specific," and prepare a not concentrating heavily enoughon
ters of great concern--tenure, new constitution to be voted on campus news was found In the
promotion and academic freedom by the student body In the Spring planning stage and not ready for
ROUTE WITH GOLDWATER LOSANGELES (UPI) -President .. were either not mentioned elections. action by the council. It Is expected

(UPI-Sen. Barry M. Goldwater, Johnson aligned himself with the or barely described" he said. to be presented at the next

stepping up his attack in the last "broad mainstream America" (Continued On Page 8)) Barbara L. Thorne was elected meeting of the council.
week of the campaign, demanded yesterday as he campaigned to a council representative of the

yesterday that the Democratic roaring Southern California Florida Union Board of Managers. They Missed
Party repudiate any Communist welcome In what he called"Demo Civil Rights

support.He cratic country." A student representative to the Eight Gator Party members -
also rapped church leaders Downtown Los Angeles turned Talk TonightA Faculty Disciplinary Committeewas and 10 Vote Party
who he said are"violently engaged out a boon-time reception in which
scheduled for election, but members were absent from
in backing partisan candidates and scores of thousands of LBJ admirers speech on civil rights will
, Tuesday night Legislative
violently opposing others." crowded around the Presi be given by Dr. Medford Evans,
both Council Four
candidates EricR. meeting.
; With six days to go until the dent's motorcade. consultant to the White Citizens'
Winchester and freshmen in
Arthur I. Ja participating
election, the Republican presidential Johnson stopped his car nine Councils of America tonight at
cobs-were absent.and the the C-n: progress test will
voting
nominee stumped his way times in 10 blocks to shake hands, 8:15 In the University Auditorium
was tabled until tM next meeting. be excused by the Excuse
through Iowa, Wisconsin and Illinois give autographs and speak. sponsored by the Florida Union Committee Thomas 0.
campaigning for 47 previous "Somehow I get the general Impression Forums Committee. t
Both candidates had'previously Tart, committeechairman,
electoral votes.In this is Democratic coun- Evans, who Is also consultantto I
bringing up the Communist try," he told cheering thousandsat the John Birch Society, retired been approved for the position by said. b..ntt..fJolIn I
Gator
Dean of Student
Issue at Oshkosh, Wis., Goldwatertold Fifth and Broadway. There he Army General Edwin Walker Affairs, Lester Forum
M. Halt. Neither is V. Baum, John P. ,
a crowd of 1,600 In the Civic introduced Mrs. Johnson who stood and the Conservative Society of a legislative
Council member. Johlll H. Drown, Terry S.
Auditorium that he was "a little who stood up in the open car with America, will speak on "Separateand Bloom, William Edward

sick and tired" of Democratic him.Johnson Equal Stations." Johnson Carolyn 1.. Williams
demands that Republicans disavow in a day of bruising Evans has taught English and Five members no longer eligible Carolyn V.Hult-

extremist supporters.He motorcade campaigning, said he history at southern college and or who no longer wish to serve gren, and Sally B.Stldham.
said the Communist newspaper would shun any "war game of held positions in personnel and on the council were replaced by V. O. T. E. absentees -

the Daily Worker, had bluff: and bluster." And In taking security administration for the party-selected rtplac.m nt.. Albert Allan B. Carmen, Hugh R.
carried a headline which said over the "mainstream."be said he federal government at Oak Ridge, A. Butler Jr. replaced ExumD. McKain Jr., Dorothy L.

"Smash Goldwaterism." would avoid the shaky: ,quaking Tenn., and Washington D. C. Rosensheln, Virgil W.ScottJr.

"I don't want any Communists fringes of the political landscape.In He is author of "The Secret ., Timothy A. JohnsonJr.

working or voting for me in this nis speech prepared for delivery War for the A-Bomb." Walker, Lynne E. Hussey replaced ., Gary C. Minor, Eric
country Goldwater said. "I'm In San Diego,Johnson called Evans will evaluate the recent Jerry D. Ross, Hugh S. M. Dohocne (1 UC),Wllllsm

not accusing soy Democrat of beinga for the removal on election day civil rights legislation, the future Cater Jr. replaced John D. Kay- D. Clllis (UC), Robert L.
Communist. But U 1 ever find of what he termed"one unthinking, place of the Negro in America lor, Betty Lou Douglas replaced Cow (aUC) and Robert A.

a Commcnlst supporting me, 111 unthinkable charge" involving toe and the goals of the American Bill Burn, and David F. Sales Harper (lUC).
kick him out. Cuban missile crisis. Citizens' Councils. Jr. repuced Dickie Jooe.



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I ...Campus News Briefs



Coin Club Architecture GeographyDr.

DamesThe
Gainesville Coin Club Clark I. Cross, pro-
extends an Invitation to third meeting of the fessor of geography and \' wIL.
students to attend Its school year will be held physical sciences, will
monthly meeting tonight at Nov. 3 at 8 p.m. at the speak on, "Russia, A
7:30 In the Chamber of University Women's Club, Geographer's Per-
Commerce Building on West NewberryRoad.Guestspeaker ceptions," tonight.Sponsored .
East University Avenue. will be Phil Mc- by the
Dilda, Jr., owner of the Geography Club and open !:
Faculty ClubThe newly opened beauty salon"Jlalr.tyles to the public, Cross will
begin at 8 p.m. in room
by Phil. Tipson
Faculty Club will hair care and demon- 44 of McCarty Hall.SGER. Buy the PEEL or I'll...
serve a special buffet strations of different hair
dinner for members and styles will be presented.For .
guests Saturday after the further information, #JI Y;o,
Auburn game from 7-10. call 376-8687 after 5 p.m.
Reservations should be The Student Group for
made by Thursday with Bus TicketsTickets Equal Rights is having a ,
Food Service, Ext. 2561. meeting this Sunday at 8 r "
for SG sponsoredbus p.m. In Room 218 of the
FBK ChangeThe to the Florlda-F.s.U. Florida Union. All j
football game in Interested faculty and
deadline for appli- Tallahassee on Nov.21 will students are invited. The ;
cations for membership In be sold every day this week Student Group also .
Florida Blue toy,honorary from 1-3:30 p.m. at the announces a CORE mass ... aP.j
leadership fraternity, has Information Booth across meeting this Friday nightat '" \ '."'
been changed from Nov. 6 from the Hub. Tickets will 8 at the Mount Pleasant "
J
to Nov. S.Applications may be $6 round trip.Chevalier Methodist Church.Sociology. ..
be picked up and turnedin
at the Florida Union ., ...., j
Information desk. DinnerThe Talk '. Buy the PEEL or I'll...

Men Invited annual Degree of Dr. Marshall B. Jones,
Chevalier "Service of assistant professor of
The Juniorseniorwomen Remembrance" will be psychiatry, will address
of Jennings Hall and observed this year on Nov. Alpha Kappa Delta
the Yulee Area invite 8 at the Holiday Inn honorary sociological ,
senior and graduate men to Restaurant. The banquetwill fraternity tonight at 8:15 ;.Po/<
a Halloween Coffee tonight begin at 6:30 and will in Room 324 of the Florida 0!
In Jennings Recreation Hall cost $2.50 per person. All Union. The talk Is entitled 31.r.o
from 8-10. This Is the first holders of the Degree who "The Social Basis of the y
of many new programs are interested should make Right Wing Movement."
being planned for upper reservations by calling the The public is cordially
division and graduate Holiday Inn Restaurant, 6- Invited to attend.Chinese .
students. We this and
hope 8266, before Nov. 4. The
all succeeding programs fee will be collected at the e. Y
will be enjoyable for all door. DinnerA 8.
who attend. ., .
AccountingThe Chinese Dinner will beheld *'
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BabysittingThree Thursday at 6 p.m. in 0
15th annual Grad- the Florida Union Social the PEEL I'll.
Buy or ..
more classes in uate Accounting Conferencefor Room. Tickets for the$1.50
babysitters' safety are certified public meal must be purchased by
slated this trimester at accountants get underwayat Wednesday noon. They are
the J. Hlllls Miller Health the UF tonight. on sale in Room 315 In the
Center Auditorium.The The sessions begin witha Florida Union. 1 wY7F r..
free classes will be 6 p.m. banquet at the The event Is sponsoredby
held the next three Monday Student Service Center and the Florida Union
nights from 7 to 8:30. continue through Saturday. International Committee. E
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.' 'J 1 :' '" the first week In NovemberIn orientation group"
,, answer to complaints that stu-
,. '. Edwards stressed that the
.f dents do not know enough about
Y .:-71: the workings of SO. success of the whole program will
r depend on the enthusiasm shown
The tour program was proposedby
4'Er by the stmUnts.Sheets .
Martin Edwards, secretary of
legislative affairs, who got SG explaining the tours will
"11
-, ,. President Ken Kennedy's approvalon be distributed to housing areason
the Idea. and off campus by the officesof
Public Relations and
"I got the Idea from the gallery Legislative -
Affairs. The information
in the U.s. Senate," said Edwards.
sheets will times
"The tour will give the interested give specific
that each area may participate In
student a chance to observe first
hand the inner workings of Student the program.
Government."
IXa't "The tour will take the participation -
of three or four of the
Nuclear Power'Up SG personnel," said Edwards.
SG Cabinet members and officials -
will present talks to the
i groups during the tour.

TenfoldThe The schedule of events of the
proposed tour starts on a Thurs
day between 2 and 2:30 p.m. when
UF's training nuclear reac- the group will meet In a room on
tor has reached 100 kilowatts of the first floor of the Florida
power, reports Dr. Robert Uhrlg, Union. A cabinet member will
Head of the Department of Nuclear explain the purpose of the pro
Engineering. gram to them there.
The reactor, operating at a 10
*
kilowatt maximum since it first Speakers will be on hand repre-
went "critical" in 1059, received senting the Honor Court cabinet,
authorization for the Increase from Legislative Council, and executive
the Atomic Energy Commission branch of SG.
in June.
At 3 p.m.the group will be guided
The ten-fold power boost will through SO offices on the third
allow researcher to now do In one floor of the Florida Union.At .
... hour what previously had taken
.i Qt.j"" ': :t \' 3:30 the group will sit in ona
,'0 ,,,,,,,.' .I't J. '., : ),1; '. I". I ten hours, Dr. Uhrlg said. regular cabinet session conducted .
-. ."\'; .ft:, : Essentially, the increase SO President Ken
il .: 'I' 1 ,. I pro by
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experimental programs, Increasing
materially the speed with which tour then will return to the
radioisotopes can be produced in meeting room on the first floor for
the reactor. a question and answer period.A .
What's Low In Upkeep The nuclear reactor has been Tuesday nlgTit tour of the
undergoing modifications to the Legislative Council is also plannedwith
cooling system and shielding to a detailed explanation of its
And High In Mileage, I prepare for the increase. activities. Tuesday tours will
The nuclear reactor is the only be conducted by the office of the
,{ "'... one in the state. Secretary of Legislative Affairs
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number 6 main street south vote for T. Wakefield means honest administration,

good quality government, dignity, courtesy, experIence -

responsibility and trust, and fulltlme, watch-

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Legislative Council Tuesday night ordered The Alligator
to publish word-for-word the minutes of every council meeting.We .
are' upset to say the least. It is our feeling that in no
society should government be allowed to order the press to
print or not to print articles In the newspaper. ECON
A free press Is part of a free nation. A student newspaper
especially should be free to print what It deems best for Its STEPS

readers.We .
do not think it fair to our readers to be forced to publish
these minutes. It Is difficulty enough for a story on the council
( to be written In an Interesting manner so as to attract the average 1
reader. But when these stories are replaced with dull, uninteresting Fla. Alligator 'fmGI ::-
minutes of a meeting, the reading level will drop to nil. For
Instance, when a heated exchange of words that are Importantto
the passage or failure of a motion occurs, the minutes read
only that, "Discussion followed' certainly not an adequate way 9Up
to cover the event.
There are many more objections and disadvantages to the bill.
( The only recourse pointed out to us so far has been the Boardof ;
Student Publications. We shall attempt to bring the matter
before the board at its meeting next week.It .
Is hoped that the board will consider the Legislative Council's

business as that of a legislature and The Alligator's as that of a (EDITOR'S NOTE: The following columns were presented to
newspaper and explain to the Council what its function Is (or The Alligator by the Johnson and Goldwater groups on Campus.)
isn't) In the production of The Alligator.
It Is our humble opinion that the council has shoved Its A few weeks ago, while touring the New To day's column will attempt to briefly
legislative nose Into somebody else's business and that, as a York World's Fair with Mamie,former president summarize Goldwater's views on certain aspectsof
result, the council, The Alligator and the student body In general Eisenhower made an astute observation. He foreign policy.
would suffer. told reporters that there was something wrong A) Goldwater opposed and voted against'thetest
with this campaign. He didn't know what it ban treaty because
was, but something was wrong. 1))" The Soviet Union broke the 1961 testing
We'll Help YouMEMO moratorium, and, as a consequence possibly
Ike didn't indicate
whether he was referringto In
the
obtained an imposing lead over U.S.
the overall campaign or only to Mr. Gold- nuclear
the development of high-yield weapons.
TO THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL: water's campaign in particular, but either 2) The treaty "freezes" the Soviet Unionin
Since you are trying to help us run our newspaper, we want way, he had a point. a superior position regarding high-yield

to reciprocate the favor and help you with your job. Looking first at the overall campaign, we atomic weapons while permitting them to"catch-
Our reporter noticed you are still carrying Miss CarolynL. find an "issue deficit." This is the vacuum up" in the field of tactical nuclear weapons
.. Williams, 2UC who lived in Room 222 of Jennings Hall left by the non-existent Issues which were which can be perfected by underground tests,
last year, on your rolls.Our reporter checked with the registrar's susposed to be discussed.We tests which are not prohibited by the treaty.
office and discovered Miss Williams has not attended the UF 3) We have not acquired the needed
since last April. were promised a fight between conser- knowledge about the effects that high-yield
We realize you are pretty busy trying to help the editor with vatism and liberalism, between big governmentand nuclear weapons might have, not only on our
his duties, but if you get the time this trimester, you-might see limited government, between the "Good communications systems but on the operability
If you can get somebody to replace Miss Williams. Ole Days" and the "New Frontier." But, of our nuclear weapons as well. We do not know
If there's anything else we can do, just let us know. Instead, the American public has been delightedby enough about the effect of the electromagnetic

'- ", . > the antics of Bill "Bowling Alley" Miller pulses to defend and protect the systems we
:
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:1 ..' it I and Bobby "Scoop-It-Up" Baker, between Gold- now have, much less to develop new ones.
: water's Chicago gangster friends and Johnson'saide the peaceful uses
4) The treaty precludes
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Walter Jenkins. The whole campaignIs of nuclear explosives-for example, in
taking on the characteristics of a short- construction.
TODAY'S QUOTE run soap opera. We may either join the "Waron 5) The Joint Chiefs of Staff indicatedthat

"The time, it Is to be hoped, Is gone by, when any defense Poverty" or Mr. Goldwater's crusade to there are military disadvantages, inherentin
would be necessary of the 'liberty of the press' as one of the stamp out illegltlmatacy. It's hard to tell its provisions. Goldwater felt the "political"
securities against corrupt or tyrannical government." which will be the harder fight. advantages that might come from such an agreement
If one looks at Mr. Goldwater's so-called with unstable communist governmentsdidn't
John Stuart Mill campaign, he flirts much, to corroborate Ike's outweigh the military disadvantages. If
"On Liberty" suspicions. The first thing he notices is the president, Goldwater would attempt to amend
lack of politic experience In the "Arizona the treaty In regard to peaceful uses; If at
Mafia." ( My apology to the Italian gang by any time he thought the treaty detrimental to
The s FloridaALLIGATOR the same name. They were much better organized U. S. interests, he would abrogate it by the
and much more effective.) "escape clause."
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Editor. . . . . . . Walker Lundy * * '{r'jY r* *
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Managing Editor. . .: . . . . .Joel Gaston This may explain why Barry went into St. B) Goldwater opposes atd.. to communist
Executive Editor. . . . . . .Ron Spencer Petersburg, Florida's answer to the "Happy countries such as Poland and Yugoslavia. ASK
Assistant Managing Editor. . . . .Nancy Brachey Hunting Ground," and preached asermon against yourself if we have ever received anything of
Assistant Managing Editor . . . .Dave Berkowltz violence in the streets. It was a nice discourseand benefit.in return,* such as'support In the U.N.
Editorial Page Editor . . . . .Ed Barber a noble gesture, but it did not find an Could the money be better spent elsewhere
Sports Editor. . . . . . .Bruce Dudley audience. Few people in the city can move Has It made the people of those countries think
City Editor. . . . . . . .Skip Havlser fast enough to rob the cradle much less resortto better of the UJS. and desirous .of followingour
l Campus Living Editor. . . . .Jackie Cornelius violence.But political system? Do these people even

then, it may not all be Barry's boys know of the U.S. aid?
Editorial Assistants .Jim Castello,Ann Cuter,Don Federman, who are bungling his ball game. It could be C) Cuba: Goldwater would
Donlta Mathison, Sam Ullman, Ernie Litx (Circulation Manager), Barry himself. The fact that he won't* speakto 1) Reimpose an effective economic-

Stan Kulp (Cartoonist). strangers (voters) and can't talk to newsmenis military blockade _.
not helping him. 2) Enforce our restrictions and levy
Reporters -- Patti Pitz (Student Government Beat Chief, penalties against shipping which attempts to
Ton Levine (Ttgert Hall Beat Chief), Joe Kollln, Bob Golub, Then, too, the fact that he has had a lack trade with both the U.s. and Cuba (which the
Joe Waldorf, Sharon Kelley, Yvette Cardozo Eunice Tall, Frank luster Senatorial career might be significant. present administration has not done).
Shejfird, Lee Alexander, Agnes' Fowles, Fran Snider. Thelma It could mean that he is lack-luster. 3) Blockade against the. export of arms

Mossman, Bill Sadowski Marjorie Green, Evan Langbeln, David and agitators from Cuba.
Kennedy, Marilyn Brlcklln, Liz Brewer, Gretchen VandenBtrg, Eisenhower received pretty rough treatment 4) Recognition of a government in exileto
David Ropes, Terry Rogers, Susie Hilback, Joan Gaston, Pam from some quarters at the Convention in San receive UJS. and OAS support. It should be
Francisco and he has been criticized
Brown, Jeffrey Denkewalter, Dick Dennis, Beverly Faber, Dick ; by some noted that the UJS. Is bound under a KennedY-
.. of the best. But he was good for two .
termsIn Cuba
Schneider, Greg Seltz, Bunny Goldberg, Kathi Blaney, Sue Dobbie. KT agreement not to foster Invasions of
the White House and his campaigns werea although
Why should this be done? Because
deal better than the
good current ,
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaperof study In IRBMs' were supposedly removed from Cuba
the University of Florida and U published five times weekly Ineptitude.Well surface to air missiles are still there-a.IX1
except during May, June and July when It Is published seml- are reportedly to be turned over to Cuban
'reekly. Only editorials represent the official opinion of The Barry can't: say that Ike never warned control. Cuba Is a threat to our own s cJJ"iy'
Alligator. Columns represent only the opinions of their authors. him. And U Ike Isn't being listened to In a threat to Latin American nations, and
The Alligator Is entered is second class matter at the United Barry's huddle, Barry can listen to the groans beginnings of an American Communist bloCk-
St.... Post Office at Gainesville. coming from the stands. "There's something British Gut\na under Jagan being probable
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'Reign of Terror'EDITOR Change At U F


: EDITOR:

The reign of terror has begun anew. The I attended Florida from fall '58 to spring
powers of darkness arise to unfold their leathern '61. I was then out of school for three years
wings and shut out the sky. Plunged into nightin with UNCLE. This Is my first semester er
the shadow of these awful Titans, the sons trimester back in school, and, of course, my
of man bow their bloodied heads In wonder and first experience with the trimester. There are i
several differences I have noted In the conduct
fear.The bandsmen have returned to Fleming Field. and the nature of the student body. I'm curious
what the concensus of opinion is concerningthe e Fresh Crisp Salad Bowl With Our Own Herbs
R.V. Swift, 5EG cause of these differences. Or, whether
anyone even agrees that said differences exist. & SeasoningsMixed
They seem to be:
1. It appears to me that the student bodyIn
Greens With Choice of French, RoquefortOr
toto has become more serious about their
'Thanks, Glenn'EDITOR studies.I see this everywhere. There are fewer Caesar Riviera Dressings
class cuts than there used to be. The library
study areas are Jammed at night, I hear con-
scientiousness In casual conversation with more Bean Salad Annalowis t Antipasto Salad
: emphasis on the amount one has studied than
on the amount one has gotten away with not
Glenn Laney Is resigning as Sports Editor studying, and I see much less sleeping In class. OLatmanella's t [
--according to Monday's column. He says he 2. It further appears to me that this serious-
needs to bring his grades up, and Is tired of ness Is concentrated more on passing with good
jJ witnessing the Incessant bickering that teemson grades than on learning. People seem to be t'
the floors of the Florida Union. too busy taking notes and worrying about the
But whatever his reasons, there will no details of their next test to actually absorb Always Available: Matzo Ball Soup Take Out Service
longer be his unique,readable-tor-girls column. the content of their lectures Apparently the
This could be a great loss. We, particularlythe scheme Is to write as much as possible down 706 West University Avenue
coeds, have benefitted from his explanationsof and memorize It that way -- out of context.
gridiron tactics. (How else could we have 3. Finally, the students as a whole seem
heard of such a complex thing as a"lonesomeend to be more mature from freshmen to graduate
," girls?) students. I see less sloppy standards of dress,
And Glenn's spirited urgings to support the more common courtesy and, as I have said,
team and his behind-the-scenes observationshave more concentration on studies.
made the sports page enjoyable, rather I don't mean to imply by all this that has
than an often frightening mass of technical been a complete change of character at Florida, CAREERS IN I STEEL
terms. but It does look as though a significant shift
Thanks, Glenn. You've done a fine Job. I has taken place from the carefree to the serious
hope your successor will do as well. side of center.
Say, maybe if you study real hard, and get The apparent superficiality of study may
your grades up, and the "professionalism"of simply be an unfortunate result of the trimester.As .
the 'Gator Is replaced, you could returnto I said, I'd be Interested to see what others 9 .
cover those basketball games. think of these observations. S1 EL
Think about It.
C. L.Somers, 4AS
Sandy Rhodes, 3ED I I
The Alligator gladly accepts letters-
to-the-edltor from all students and I Our representative will be on campus
I interested non-students In the UF .
community. AU we ask Is that all lettersbe NOVEMBER 19to
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MONZA, $995; red and white, $10 down, $10 per month. A large won't last. 372-5446 evenings.(J- Village. Call 2-4244 mornings or Fang. Contact 708 NW 16th Ave.

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ANYONE HAVING small cash
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1960 FALCON,4Dr. Station Wagon, through buying and selling small Interlocking wedding band. See at
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radio, heater, air conditioned, an
can reach me at 376-6461 anytime. Carl. .
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Wayne D. Mason c/o Ernest Tew 2 WORKING GIRLS, wish to share ROOMMATE
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Call 6-2869 In the
mornings or
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1959 CHEVROLET, 2 tone, radio,
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after 6 for appointment. (B-39-
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heater. Very reasonable. Call Ray Complete with substage lamp trailer In Archer Road Village.
at FR 63724. (G-36-5t-c). tf-c). and carrying case. $250. Call FR Private bedroom, ideal locationfor
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1951 CHEVROLET. Excellent for (C-39-3t-c).
completely remodeled. 1101 SW
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63724. (G-36-5t-c).
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Portables, Manuals sewing accessories, antique
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two students. $33.33 month.
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AND RACINGARE lend credence to the view table, assorted lamps, chest of ADS'IL'L
that the cinema Is a creative -
drawers, assorted books, and
THEIR BLOOD! TilE SILENCEis
art
IN ; small electric floor heater. Phone
indisputably of these.
Some scenes will provoke 466-3383. (A-3 -U-nc).

4 moral indignation. This
committee does not wish to

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'/ objections, but feels that
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thOse "objectionable" scenes qainesville

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that such shameless scenes
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whole work do not provoke OPEN 6:3* SEE BOTH 5 Wins.
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I lITZIntramural. Placed on It were three Fiji,

BRUCE DUDLEY Editor two Lambda Chis, two DUs and two

Sports Editor Chi Phis.

From Phi Gamma Delta came

Volleyball Intramural manager Dan Hall a 1LW from Clearwater.
AND THE BAND PLAYED ON. Dick Katz has announced the Fall He graduated last January and has

1964 AU-Campus Volleyball team been on the all-campus basketball
"Noise, particularly noise created In an unsportsmanlike gesture,
This Is the first all-campus teamto team In the past. He Is one of the
serious problem today at many Intercollegiate football "
games.
a be announced this fall becauseof team's better spikers.
I This is a quote from a press release from the authorities of the x
the Inability of the Student Another Phi Gam is Gordon
[utbeastern Conference that was released by the Southeastern
Government (SG) plan to work. Watts, a 2UC from Deland. ThisIs
nference before the football season started.it .
Originally SG Secretary of his first of volleyball
year
[ was announced at this time that the conference was approaching
Athletics was to set up an Athletic: play, and his teammates call him
problem via a method "unanimously" approved by the head
Council which was to choose the an excellent set-up man and defensive -
itball coaches and athletic directors in the conference.
all-campus teams. However, they player.
[Under the rules of the conference, the Florida football team could,
failed to get off the ground. The third Fiji Is Pete Portley,
with Alabama.
otest the game
Katz selected Orange League a 4AS from Mahwah, N.J.,
I The protest If leveled would be pointed at the Alabama band which
members composed of two Phi majoring In history. lie has played
strike a tune time Florida broke the huddle
uld up every during
Delts, three TEPs, a Phi Tau three years of volleyball intra-
offensive drives In the final quarter.
; and an ATO.From murals and Is "the best spiker on
Graves has termed the band's music
| Coach Ray "unsportsmanlike"d "
Phi Delta Theta selected the team.
several members of the team.
I so have were, L.N. (Buddy) Wilson and From Lambda Chi Alpha comes
[In the publicity release handed out by the conference committee,
William Saba. Jeff King, a 3BA from Pensacola.
commissioner of the SEC individuals to their
said the requested do
Wilson is
a 4EG from Sarasota King was just Initiated last
[most to make fans in their area, and specifically supporters of and Saba a 4BA also from Sarasota. trimester and has played volleyballIn
feir team, aware of the fact that noise produced in such volumeto
Both are married and Saba has a high school as well as here.
interfere with the progress of the game would be penalized.
two-year old boy. Both were on Steve Mother Is another LambdaChi.
I The release further stated the referee would judge any noise the
championship and all-campus He Is a 3BA from Vero Beach
kvel situation which may occur, and would be authorized to Inflict teams from 1958-60 and have returned and Is treasurer of the house. He

e penalty. It then outlined In detail the official procedure for a to school in the Phi Delt has been all-campus before, ,and

noise situation." has played two years for the

Briefly, the procedure states the' offensive quarterback will ask fold.From Phi Kappa Tau Is JohnW. Lambda Chi volleyball team.

fie referee for quiet If he feels the noise prevents reception of his Bartlett, a 1MD from Sarasota One Delta Upsilon contribution to

[goals, and then the referee will stop the clock if he thinks the also. He Is single and was all- the team Is Dennis Falgoutj a 4AS
is valid. The referee then requests the defensive captainask
t quest campus volleyball last year. from Jacksonville. lie Is also

for quiet.Needless The Alpha Tau Omegas placed Intramural manager for the house.

to say, the Florida team didn't have the time to waste Barry Smith on the team. Smith, The other DU Is John Hoft, a

their final drive to see If the referee thought such a requestlid. a 3AG from Clearwater is majoring 1LW from Cocoa now residing In

In economics. Smith just started Gainesville lie was a basketballstar

playing volleyball last year here. in high school and has playedon
I
AND THE BAND PLAYED ON.
The Tau Epsilon Phis, who won the DU basketball squad
It's fine for the SEC to make rules for a "noise situation," but
the Orange League volleyball title including last year's Blue League
|'s too bad all colleges don't see fit to follow them. When the college
placed three players, Includingthe titleholders.Both .
doesn't follow the "noise" rules, a school could hardly expect
captain.The DUs have played volleyball
e students to follow them.
captain Is Alan Chepenlk since coming here.

a'6BA from Jacksonville majoring The Chi Phis have Bob Reed, in

f AND THE BAND PLAYED ON. In accounting. lie Is a veteran of a 2UC from Pompano majoring
i Florida wouldn't protest the game because of the brass situation. Dated
four years volleyball Intramural In Political Science. He played Wear
probably wouldn't be worth the effort and red tape. and the last
play was on allcampusteam volleyball year.
I But SEC officials might want to take another look at the Alabama-
last year. The other Chi Phi Is Jim PestGradslacks
[lorida game and decide what they will do If a similar situation Another TEP Is Joel Shapiroa Williams also a 2UC from

could come up in another conference contest. 3LW from Miami Beach lie Is Pompano, majoring In political by

a three-year veteran. science.
AND THE BAND PLAYED ON. The third TEP Is Shelly Flnman

Florida has had plenty to cheer about and the Gator band has had a 4AS from Tampa majoring in CONGREGATIONALUNITED

lenty shion.to toot its horn about, but at least It's been done in an orderly political science. Shelly Is a two CHURCHOF h.i.s

year veteran and an active memberof
When the Auburn Tigers Invade Florida Field Saturday, they will many campus organizations as CHRIST

y have to contend with the Gators when they break their offensive well as a member of Florida Blue An organizational meeting to A devilish gleam will come into

dIe and not the Gator band too. However, they will find the Gators Key. form a Gainesville church will when you assume

[ill even be too much to handle. be held Wednesday, Nov. 18. your the lean eyes and lethal pose that

Auburn will be the victims of Florida's vicious revenge on Alabama's Also announced was the Blue Will all Interested persons these pants give They
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il tkc :::::::::::::: ::::::::::':':':':':':':':':':':'::;::'-:::'::::::::::::::.::::=:;:;:::.::::::::::::::.:.:.:.:::::::::::::::uI....;.:.:.::!::::.::::::;: :::: The UF campus .- and The Alligator In particular. isn't i

fair to Coldwater and the local conservative element
c being Barry i
Student political groups on the Presidential
::1 UP campus are moving ahead with 111! \I! according to Lionel Leon, president of Students for GoJdwater.I I
Leon said that because The Alligator Is a
captive press paid
4 plans for the last few days of the
for the fees from all students it should not have endorsed
by any
"f presidential campaign and election
day next Tuesday. Iii Race On Campus f early candidate this trimester.for President. The Alligator endorsed Lyndon Johnson

Leaders of both Barry Goldwater

and Lyndon Johnson supporters say ;:;:::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:.:::::::::=:::=:::::::;:::::=:::::::::::::=:=:::::::.:.:.:.:.:.::::::::::::::::::; "The liberal professors on campus have also prevented fair'
of the conservative through ridicule of
concern presentation Goldwater
i their main on election day
I will be with getting out the vote. Leon said.
Barry Hindered Leon added that the very liberals who demanded freedom of
Dill McCormick, cochairmanof
Young Citizens for Johnson said speech on the campus are preventing it through their attitudeto

his group's main activity election the presidential campaign.
Leon cited the incidents at the rally held by Sen. Strom Thurmondof
day will be providing transportation -
South Carolina during Homecoming weekend at the Gainesville
for voters.This will be coordi-
nated through Democratic Cam- By GOP ElementsTERRY Shopping freedom of Center speech.as examples of campus liberals trying to stop

paign Headquarters in downtown
Gainesville. Their telephone num- ROGERS "The hooting and shouting at the Thurmond rally angered many
townspeople and gained votes for Goldwater," Leon stated.
ber is FR 2-3591. Staff Writer
Leon added that this "uphill battle" for freedom of expressionat
Lionel Leon of
( president the UF was the reason for the continuous distribution of stickersand
Students for Goldwater said his Barry Goldwater's history In the Republican Party was discussedat buttons.

group will also be providing transportation the concluding forum in a series of political science seminars at
After a survey made in the married student housing, Leon said
through the Gainesville the Center yesterday noon.
University Presbyterian
he believes there are many people afraid of ridicule and will not
Walter A. Rosenbaum, professor of political science, said Goldwateris
t headquarters. admit they will vote for Goldwater.WOODROW .
not a racist or a faclst, although some of his supporters are.
6-1203. "Goldwater's problem is that he cannot separate himself from them."

Leon said his group will also Goldwater Is more a political philosopher who Is trying to educate the

be engaged in poll watching in populace, than a practical politician like Lyndon Johnson, Rosenbaum MEN'S WEAR

calling Goldwater supporters and said.

undecided voters who were con- AAUPContinued "The dramatic ascension of

tacted In precinct canvass. The Goldwater to power within the Republican FOR FLORIDAMEN'S

purpose of the telephone calls not meteoric
Party was ,
will meet with local Republican ( From Page 1)) but the result of a slow, well

officials Thursday night to complete "The Ideal university," said planned, deliberate campaign,

r r" plans. Present plans call for Hartmann, "must be an institutionin much like that of Franklin Roose-
the Students for Goldwater to be velt he said.
which the bureaucratic proce- or Kennedy,
at the old SAE corner on 13th DRESS SLACK'SYour
dures liberate a faculty to function "lie has a long and faithful record -
Street Saturday.Leon said he hopesto
I creatively." of service to his party, and
have "Goldwater Girls" there. choice of two fine Selected colors and fine fabrics
lie said the April constitutionhas faithful, if not enthusiastic, sup- groups. ,
The girls and others will pass out worked toward this aim. port for other Republican plus our know-how In giving you the correct fit, make for good

t campaign literature, bumper candidates," Rosenbaum noted. looks and long wear.

stickers and buttons.A Hetcher N. Bladwin, associate "He is a good party workhorse, Dacron 2 $11
FOR
of the Citizens
meeting Young
professor of law and a mem- wereln lies his party appeal." Polyester and Rayon
l for Johnson was called Tuesday ber of the ten-man Committee on Rosenbaum said he felt that Wash'n Wear Each
Regular $7.99
I night. Only two workers, two reporters -
Goldwater was sincere In his: be-
and co chairman Academic Prlvlledges and Legal
McCormick showed up. outlined the of his liefs. Dacron
Rights, position 2
"Enemies call him cunning and $17
McCormick explained that the committee on fingerprinting of the Polyester and Wool or All Wool FOR
devious, but he usually getsIn
students were busy and it Is easierto
faculty, picketing and investigationby
I trouble for being straightforward -
Regular to $12.99 Each
call up workers who have signedup any organization resemblingthe and blunt," he said. "This
previously to help in the cam- Johns Committee
disturbs supporters,becausehe
paign than to expect them to get tc>> The Committee on Academic many Single pleat or Ivy Plain Front with loops -. Continental no
.. often will not modify extreme
t a meeting. Prlvitaras and Legal Rights advises loop models -- Sizes 29 to 42.SPORT.
views.
McCormick said he has 75 01 w AAUP but is in no way
"Goldwater had no formal edu-
80 campaign workers In his group. connected to the University Senate.In .
cation beyond high school,but whilehe MEN'S SHIRTSSHORT
Leon said he has about 100 connection with picketing arrests Is no Intellectual, I do not feel
Baldwin said the of
workers. position "
he Is stupid, Rosenbaum said.
the committee is that "no SLEEVES"Solid
faculty and
"He formed his opinions early,
member shall be sanctioned
as
a "
McCormick said Young Citizens has stuck with them. Colors, Stripes, Patterns
result of unlawful arrest
or con-
for Johnson will have workers at "I wouldn't condemn him for Wide Selection of Colors and Collar Models--Regular or
viction.
the Information Booth across from making modifications when Button Down Ivy
the Hub the rest of the week. Baldwin's statement basically necessary, but he is the most over- Dacron Polyester and Cotton
in agreement with the report of
committed man since Woodrow White or Colors--Sizes S-M-L-XL
the Committee on Professional Wilson. fffy JL $ 5 0 0
I McCormick said he would like Relations and Standards of the "There are atparently many Regular to $3.99 for

to challenge the Goldwaters supporters Senate which more simply statesa disillusioned Democrats In GAINESVILLE
t to a debate at their con- professor's activities are "his Mississippi who received SHOPPING CENTER

venience. Leon said he thinks the own business." pamphlets which are being

Idea is "silly" and a debate at Baldwin said state law requiresall circulated In the North,which show

" this time would serve no useful employes to be fingerprinted. Goldwater to be for Integration," PING PONGPING

purpose. Ills committee requests due the political science Instructor

process of law in the case that a asserted.

The UF.Young Citizens for Johnson professor would be questioned due Rosenbaum said he did not con-

4 was formed right after the to his refusal to be fingerprinted. sider Goldwater "reactionary," PONG TABLES

beginning of tbe present trimester. Any professor whl is "investi but one who is "nostalgic for an

Leon said the Students for Gold- gated," said Baldwin, should be earlier period in which the mass

water organization has been on advised as to what law he has of humanity did not threaten to O NET and POST SETS

( campus since last year. alledgedly broken. overwhelm the Individual."


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