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57, No. 41 University of Florida, Gaina.sville Friday, Oct. 30, 1964


Changes In Game Kicks/ Off TrophlesToo'Dollars' :

Frosh EnglishJOE \ i
See Page Ten
l' // Drive
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WALDORF: .Af .')!;', .
Staff WriterA ,
"radical change" in the lecture Florida's sixth gridiron challenge of the season The fund chairman said letters are set to go
and one of the biggest student drives In UF
procedure of C-3 freshman out Saturday to faculty members requesting their
will both be kicked off this Saturday
English has taken place this tri- history assistance in the drive.
mester, according to Dr.Raymond afternoon at the Florida-Auburn game. No money can be solicited except during the
Michael Beirne, chairman of the "The Dollars for Scholars program will not Dollars for Scholars Week und all donations msut
C-3 lecture series. succeed unless it Is backed by every Florida be collected In official Dollars for Scholars

The greatest change is In lecture student," said fund chairman Bill McBride yes- canisters: McBride reported.All .
attendance. Previously, 13 or 14 : terday.A money will be turned in nightly to fund
lecture sessions were held each halftime announcement at the game plus treasurer Tom Thompson In Room 333 FU.
tricks executed by the card section will open
trimester for both C-3 courses.
This year, however, only eight Dollars for Scholars Week (Oct. 31-Nov 6),. Donation booths will be set up at the following
McBride revealed.The locations In front of main the
class lectures are scheduled.C3 : the library, Camps:
Dollars for Scholars drive has set a goal Club and the Hub.Daybyday .
is also scheduled to be
reduced by one credit hour next this year of $15,000. This money will be matched tallies of the drive's current total
nine to by the U.S. Government and will and account of
Dlron GODFREY CAMBRIDGE one a running competition will be
September, H. Walker, associate I
professor of English said. be made available to UF students in an event- recorded on large scoreboards to be placed In.

Walker sees this change as Negro comedian, is sche- ually self-perpetuating scholarship fund. the middle of campus, according to McBride.
McBride outlined the various
possibly elemlnatlng the separate
writing laboratory, incorporatingit to appear at scheduled for Dollars for Scholars week Includ- lie said excitement :and, campus wide cooperationare
into the discussion sections. Fall Frolics Nov.16. The ing contests in the men's and women's dorm areas spreading as Dollars for Scholars Week

Beirne explained that the main New York City-born com- and among sorority houses. Trophies are offered approaches. "Dorm areas and sororities areplan-
objective of the attendance changeis for each categoryplus a large trophy to the ning money-raising projects to help push the
to have students attend campus ,edian features a variety of overall winner."Fraternities. drive over the top and bring home the trophies,"

cultural events in lieu of class- shows containing"wisdom are being asked to make dona- McBride said. Some of these projects Include,
room lectures. tions," said McBride. "A trophy will be given slave sales, raffles,spaghetti dinners,car washes
"This trimester students have a pathos, irony and mystery. to the house contributing th most money." and a varsity-freshmen basketball game.of .

list of eight cultural events

scheduled on the campus. They Kennedy SaysWarILost
must choose six of these eight for
required attendance,"Beirne said.
The culture-event attendance in '
lieu of classroom lectures is to
make the subject matter students On 'Gator Bill

read about come alive, reported
Beirne. I
"One student who went to the

"Red Roses for Me" performanceon PATTI PITZ tlonship and understanding between this bill," Kennedy said. "I power by a future Student Covern-
opening night, for example,told Staff Writer the Legislative Council and The can forsce possible abuses of this ment administration." t.1
Alligator, and the council must still ti
(Continued on Page 9)) The Alligator bill passed Tuesday rely on The Alligator for read- i

night by Legislative Council ability," he explained. 0 .
end the council -:3 'oo
may easily
Dance Slated "winning the battle and losing the Kennedy has two weeks before UF Drive
war," Ken Kennedy student body the next regular meeting of the
After GameA president said yesterday. Legislative Council to approve or 3S3D
The bill insures a "bare mini- veto the bill. U the bUlls vetoed Half

street dance on the south side mum" of coverage of what's going by the president, a two-thirds ma. WayMoving
of the Florida Union is plannedfor on in Legislative Council,Kennedy jority of members present at the

tomorrow night after the Auburn said, concerning the new bill that meeting can pass the bill over a into Its last day today,
game pep rally accordingto requires The Alligator to print the veto. the. UF's United Fund drive has
Steve Gardner, dance committee minutes of all council meetings.: reached 49.4 per cent of its $38-
Will Kennedy sign the bill?
chairman.Stu 800 overall goal., which Is 4.4
"I don't know, he said yester-
Predicting the bill will create:
Bowers WDVH radio announcer per cent above the Gainesville
day. lie added that the bill has
will host the affair which "seething animosity" between the drive to d.ate.Georce .
parties concerned. Kennedy said he some merit in that it would allow
ends at midnight. Megaphone tro- Corrlck, chairman fur
would prefer to see"voluntary and reporting of what went on "tech-
phies will be presented by Lor.JByron's f; the campus drive said the unlver.
restaurant the Dutch reliable coverage of the council nically. V
city campus: has reached Ai.4 percent
Treat to any organized group with through a responsible Alligator. "I want to let emotions cool: ," of the goal with $12,222 being
the loudest cheer. ; '
Kennedy said before he decides collected. ,*;
Bill Penny, head cheerleader, The bill would be only a supple- x f J The J. Hlllls Miller HealthCen-
action take
to the
on bill He /
said A possible snake dance will ment to Alligator coverage: also to h, ter has ;achieved 54.2JTper cent
plans confer with Earl Barker .
lead students from the rally at Kennedy stated. Of their goal. They have collected
who Introduced the bill,Buddy
University Auditorium to the $ ,421 to date.Combining .
Elaine, who suggested to amend the
Florida Union. It creates a "bad working relaPep '' the two there 'I.
bill, and majority and minorityflour
&:::: ::: '."'> - '- leaders, and Alligator Editor 16 still a total of $21,137 to 1M
'" collected to reach the $3 ,000
Rally Tonight f ff Walker Lundy. ;; mark.f .

The bill was initiated by Darker % ; ijhe Greater Gainesville United
of the Voice of the Electorate Fund goal Is 'I OOOO of which
f A Pep Rally with ;a bonfire is slated for tonight at 7 p.m. ; (Y.0.T.E.) party and in Kennedy's $ 3,312 has been received.
:: in front of the University Auditorium. According to Student opinion stems from poor relations .5 : Official drive ends today but
:: Government (SG) Morale Co.a mission Cb.drmanJennie Louder- :: between the council and the cam Corrick said payday Is today and
r' milk, Coach Graves and the Gator squad will be at the SO- ::: pus newspaper a lot of p"''pl. art holding off
I sponsored event in order that fans may Indicate to them their : until they get their paychecks.
f? support for the Auburn game Saturday :f The bill was not discussed'In "The drive will continue for at
Emcee for the program k SG VIce-Presldent: Dick Gober. fr; the Gator caucus Tuesday night least another 10 days.

N Prodding music will be tL* Gator Band, under the direction ';: and voting by Gator Party mem- The drive this year is 17 percent
i of Richard Bowles. The Gatorettes will present a special %, bers on UM bUl was individually, better at present than at theJJI
3.number tor the pep rally. UF cheerleaders are to lead cheers. # not as a party, as far as Kennedy same time last year.
I After the pep rally and bonfire ,students are invited to % know*. "The drive last year exceededIts
attend the Florida Union (FU) Dance Committee Street Dance ? goal but it didn't do so until
in front of the FU, Miss LoudermUlc added. % "I want to look beyond the emotionalism 4 more than 19 days after the official

S : XX ;; ;; h ",;; x/nm'//HIWQQ/H/w/////Q.// fl Z o for a lone range Impact ,/ :' drive was over," he said.




Page 2, The Florida Alligator, Friday, Oct. 30, 1964


I State Campaign Generates Interest

Bunts. two yeah, since he is
of Florida in this election. the Demo.
law and
Burns feels it is now
STEVE TOOTHAKERStaff called himself the cratic candidate running in a
has state
Writer t : must be accepted. "'All-Florida" candidate.Holley is which has not voted other thai
Holley's stand on the Civil Rights
Democratic since
himself as the "true con- Reconstruct,
closely that of billing
Law parallels
This year is made politically servative" candidate. Both men days.
important to all Americans because Presidential hopeful Barry Gold- the Florida
to it claim
It Is the year of elections, water. Holley was opposed Campaign head- "A PEEL77
debated in
while it was being
on both the state and national of both candidates have
Congress and, though still against quarters
level.A which "prove,
Inter- It, he feels that his duty as gover- conducted polls PEEL -
race generating more that their candidate is In'ylingdoln
they claim,
est than usual in the state is the nor would be to enforce than 50 per cent
Burns has said he feels the approved by more
public official should not assume a of the legislature. fora
The Democratic standard- public position on either side of A number of factors may havean

bearer, Mayor Haydon Burns of the IntecraUon-segrecaUon Issue. Influence of the outcome of

Jacksonville, is being opposed by It is more Important to carry out, Tuesday's vote. First the out- PEEL"
Republican candidate Charles his function as a public official come of the national election may

Holley, present Florida House without regard to race, creed, or have significant impact upon the

minority leader. Both received color, Burns has said. gubernatorial race. (Heaven help
their early education in the state. The recent decisions of the U.s. Mayor Burns will probably win

Holley attended the UP law school Supreme Court concerning appor- the right to reside in Tallahassee this fool!)

and received hisL.L.B.degree tionment of state legislatures, including -

here. Burns attended Babson V1- that of Florida, have made GATOR FOOTBALL SPECIAL!
College, and presently Is a memberof reapportionment a n important

the Florida Alumni Association. HOLLEYvotes issue in the state campaign.Burns SEE THE GAME

As election day has approached, by supporting the Johnsonand believes reapportionment the should problem be handledby of ,;;;, IN COMFORTI!

the primary issues of the cam- Humphrey ticket. "
He has
the state. expressed '
paign are beginning to crystallize.Both Holley is also placing his, hopeson concern over the decision that both Sturdy But Lightweight
candidates are actively supporting the outcome of the national
houses are to be apportioned according t Polished Aluminum Frame
the national tickets of their race. He feels a strong vote for to population alone. Burns F-
respective parties. Both feel a the candidacy of Goldwater and
believes factors other than strictly "
would the effect of Water Repellent Covers
win by their national party Miller would have population should be considered In

have a bearing on their own propelling him into the governor'schair. apportioning the two branches of

chances. the state legislature. STADIUM SEAT

Both men have formulated asserts that if elected
Holley ,
Burns feels present Governor thoughts on the feasibility of the List Price $4.10
he would start immediately to see
Farris Bryant lost 180,000 votesin trimester system. Mr. Burns has $Z 99
that the Legislature is .
the 1960 campaign due to his called the trimester a "noble ex- Floridians OUR LOW PRICE...
reapportioned properly by -
failure to support the Democratic "
periment. and not by federal court.
national ticket. He advocates the appointmentof McCoffum
Burns hopes to pick up those a fact-finding board to study Both candidates feel much the Drug Co.

the present system and formulate same way on some of the most
proposals on the advisability of Important Issues facing the people 1124 W. Univ. Ave. _

the trimester -------------------------------------------------- -------------------
continuing program.
Burns feels educational programs rTHE-MAG c--NtjMBE-R I
A should originate with profes-

sionals in the field rather than I ,
with those who are unfamllar with I I that is the number of votes Pres. Johnson or Sen. Goldwater I must win in the 'a

the university system. Holley has I Electoral College to become the next President of the U. S. ,
expressed the view that the pro- I .". ,
fessional educators should be Tabulate Your Own Results I

responsible for administration of STATES and Cash I in a hurry ,
r the state's higher educational pro-
grams. = ELECTORAL Marion Finance el I

i Both are In favorof placing state 1 VOTES Dem.

educational programs In the handsof i Alabama 10 Rep. {c Oem. Rep. f,1,

professionals.Both I Alaska 3 Massachusetts 14
of the gubernatorial candidates Arizona ISArkal&Sas Michigan 21 i'I I

have taken a stand on the 1 6 Minnesota 10 ,I I

civil rights issue. Burns has said I California 40 Mississippi ? .HI
''', .
all citizens regardless of Missouri l'
that 12
Colorado 6 : 1"
: > : .
their own personal philosophies, Montana 4 ,
: :
must view the Civil Rights Law 1 Confidential Loan {c Nebraska 5 ,\:) Y ii' : I

. realistically. Though expressing Service Ohio 26 L I!4%( ,I

BURNS personal opposition to the bill 1 I Oklahoma 8,1" <,\. I,

I Marion I Finance I Oregon 6 r' I
. 1 Pennsylvania 29 :, *,
Connecticut 8 Rhode .
Island 4 I
+wrr it n rhi rhNel ,Aneww r, Delaware Florida 14 3 K South Carolina 8 :. .::., e I I

-r South Dakota 4 : i
I Georgia 12 I

I Hawaii 4 Call for a Loan ",/'.''" e.,,

1 Idaho 4 Marion I Finance "{"; 1I I

Cash UP to ;, :
f ; Nevada 3 : 11

I $600.00 4 New Hampshire 4 ;' :\

I Marion Finance New Jersey. 17 : -:
A rc 1Ila 4 '
New Mexico 4 ".i.I'

1 Illinois 26 New York 43 ......<
Indiana 13 "
1 North Carolina 13 1 r't" !
1 Iowa 9
North !
Dakota 4 i
j Kansas "
Kentucky 9 ', {x Tennessee 11 .'. f
1 ,3V p Texas 25 a;
r, .
1 Louisiana 10 oi. '
Utah 4 .: "t. {c
9.00.1, PTwa Maine 4 J w"; "''''''
Vermont 3 ;
Maryland 10 Virginia 12 1 I

Bends t I Payday Loans WashtDiton 9 "',, I""ril'I' i

ti West Virginia 'I ; 1/ i''
: p a Marion Finance Wisconsin 12 ., : .1 1,

Wyomtnc 3 i I IDtst.
1 1 of Columbia 3 I
d glI

I TOTAL 538 =,1

I a I''
I : Each state has as Electors
F a t 1 Wfliiiil.j many as Senators andCangressmen. Ii

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Friday, Oct. 30, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 3
CheekBurnsHolleyCharges : _
ICynes May ,

,TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Atty. sldered a political ally-of Burnsor where he got the various- docu- rw r3l

Gen. James Kynes got togetherwith Holley, said he would not Investigate ments, all said to be copies, that
other legal minds yesterdayto unless given a tree hand. he used to support his accusations.
determine If he had authorityto "I won't go Into anything If Burns, the mayor of Jackson- !
Investigate secret bank account my hands are tied," he told UPI, ville, has repeatedly denied the t,,
charges hurled In the Burns-Hol- saying he'd like to talk to both claim he has a bank account in : r
ley race for governor candidates. He pointed out that the Bank of Nova Scotia at Nassau 4'L
Burns, accused by Republican the question of whether a state and even flew with newsmen to
opponent Charles Holley of havinga law has been violated could per- the bank where the president said
secret $1.2 million account In tain to either Burns or to Hol- he was authorized to say the bank
a foreign bank, asked for the Investigation ley, who has never announced had never had dealings with Burns.
and offered to withdraw
from the race If Kynes can prove
the charge. ,
Kynes said he will undertake the WSA May Legalize
investigation If It.appears that a
violation of state law Is -Involvedon
either side of the battle and
would make his findings public

before the people go to the polls Slacks In DormsWomen
next Tuesday to choose between

Burns and Holley. THERE'S NO biz like show biz-- except maybe
Kynes, who has never been con-
living in the dorms may soon see a change in clothing regulations advertising. Alpha Delta Sigma, a professional

according to Vicki Welthorn, President of Women's Student advertising fraternity, has the commission for designing -
"We are in the process of changing dress regulations so that girls programs of five Gainesville Little Theater

GATOR will be able to wear slacks In the dorm areas on weekdays before productions. Working on the program for the coming

CONGREGATIONAL/ 5 p.m.," Miss Wellborn said. play, "The Ugly American", are from left, Bruce Matza
"Women will be able to wear
UNITED CHURCHOF slacks if the slacks are in good Greg Seitz, Richard Swartz, Mike Mucci, Bennett

ADS CHRISTAn taste and the girls wear their Taylor Steve Gaines and Richard Cowen.
organizational meeting to blouses tucked In," she added.
form a Gainesville church will The WSA president stressed that
be held Wednesday, Nov. 18. this clothing change has not yet Bring Your Face
SILL Will all Interested persons been passed, but she is "Inclined I
please call 372-3117 or 376- to believe that the new regulation
6856 or 376-0419. will soon be passe<\/' For Directories
_. Women may now wear Bermuda ,
shorts with blouses tucked in before I' I
Off-campus students are student holders.hegular 1.0.cards
S p.m. in the dorm area,
requested to bring picture activity have neither picture nor address
but are not allowed to wear slacks.
ONCOLD cards rather than student Identi- "Using regular|.D.cards,there
"Girls want to be able to wear
fication (I.D.) cards when pickingup would be no way to check if a
slacks, especially with the cold
campus phone directories at student was actually living off-
weather coming Miss Welthorn
I claims. the Information Booth across the campus," said Hedstrom "This
street from the Hub. ruling Is to make sure only off-
_ a? YIA" r."UIIHC&'fAILORING "Students have complained about campus students pick up
NIGHTS not being able to pick up direc- directories at the information
tories with their regular 1.0. booth," Hedstrom claimed.
THE COMPLETE YAAIETY STORE MHH.' DOHA MANOOKIAN cards," said Fred M. Hedstrom, Hedstrom directories wouldbe
crfUiwloni of "lll klndi onolcn's Jr., who is conducting directory
through Friday. They
\( and <::11'\umln'\ ClottingCxPiftT distribution. "There are reasons" will also be distributed Monday,
TAILORING for requiring activity cards,
U necessary, be added.
fnictt Vmr RIASONABLC Hedstrom asserts.
24 Hr.Service on ROTC The activity cards, also used In 7,900 directories(one per room)
acquiring football game tickets, have been released for approxi-
6-1794 1824 N.W. 1st St.
Ph. bear the picture and address of mately 19,700 students.


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Page 4, The Florida Alligator, Friday Oct. 30 1964
ALD InitiatesRecord

NAACP And CORE NumberTwentythree

To Test Civil Rights freshmen coeds, Elizabeth Henson, Patricia Hogue,
the greatest number ever initiated Barbara Horn, Adrienne M.Leban'
Mary E. Lippitt, Barbara
during the fall trimester, became McKinney -
pledges of ALL, Oct. 23. Dana Moser.
gram in North Florida. are segregated and which desegre- Katherine L. Murray, Laura 1..
TOVA LEVINE gated, according to Judy Nor _an, Fern Denise Peed, Pris-
Editorial Assistant Rev. Cox will discuss trends in The pledges, who received a
Benninger, 7AS, vice-president of cilia Porter, Joan Roth, Marsha
the civil movement "3.5" academic average
rights ,
pro- CORE and secretary of the Student Dianne Sapp, Patricia M.
Programming plans and steps blems In Gainesville, the national of their first two trimestersat ,
which were Patricia T. Wehner
Group. Even places Andrea West.
for testing restaurants and bars election and aspects of voter regis- the UF are Ellen Abernethy,
tested in July, will be retested, man, Glennda Whitehurst, Sherrle
In Gainesville to see If they are tration in Florida. Nancy Calhoun, Joan Cohnstein,
Miss Benninger said. Williams and Susan Galbreath.
going along with the public accom- Karen Lee Creeden, Jerry
modations section of the 1964 Civil According to Judy Harman,2UC, "We will test to see which placesare
Rights Act will be decided and secretary of the Gainesville breaking the law," Miss
announced tonight at 8 at a meetingIn Chapter of CORE, the civil rights Benninger said. te
the Mount Pleasant Methodist will to
group negotiate by co
This is the first mass meeting Q o
Church, 624 NW 2nd Street. peac ful means and to work with
sponsored by the city's CORE.-
the bl-racial committee. Its purpose is to acquaint the GATOR ADS "

The meeting and mass"freedomrally" community with CORE and to kick I
is sponsored by the Gainesville A CORE spokesman was quotedas off CORE'S direct action and legal I
saying the groups plan to testa
of the of
Chapter Congress
number of restaurants and Mrs
Racial Equality (CORE) and co- in Gainesville. If they won't serve attack on segregated facilities.
sponsored by the Student Group Negroes, CORE plan to give a The first project will be announcedat
for Equal Rights. list of the businesses to the Gainesville the meeting.The .
bl-racial committee In an UF Student Group for Equal
Members of the National effort to have the problems settled Rights will provide the manpowerthe
time and of studentsto -
by discussion. energy
Association for the Advancementof
work with the other groups to
Colored People (NAACP) and
the Gainesville Youth Council will If the bl-racial committee can't
also be represented and will speak get the businesses to serve help desegregate, according to Jim
at the meeting. Negroes, the CORE spokesmansaid Harmellng, 7AS, one of the three
the group will take direct members of the executive counc!' J
action, "possibly Including the use of the group.
Speaking at the meeting will be of court suits and picketing." The Student Group is a chartered
Rev. D. Elton Cox, a High Point, organization, recognized by the
N.C. minister and CORE field All places that fall under the university. The group began in
secretary. II e is director of public accommodations section spring 1963.
CORE'S voter registration pro- will be tested to establish which

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l Friday, Oct. 30, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 5 i i

By UF's Army ROTC

Campus News Briefs II

1 II 300 Cadets Promoted 1 Florida Blue Key IEEE Meet 'i.:.S-:: I

IC.ts. Sg Please note that the dead- There will be an I.E.E.E.
:j ,111ne: for submission of appll- meeting In Bless Auditorium 'I
Three-hundred cadets of the UF Essick was promoted to Colonel, military record, they will be designated -
Army ROTC $:::;: cations for membership In Monday at 7:30 p.m. The :.: '
program were recommended Major Randall Williams to Lieu- as Distinguished Military i
f ::|::=ii:;: Florida Blue Key has been topic "Computer Applications :s::::::
o r promotion tenant
yes- Colonel, Capt. Charles Graduates and will be offered aregular I
, the :|Sj:: changed from Nov. e to Nov. in Industry" will presented gg: .
terday by executive officer of .
hale Capron to Major, Capt. Robert Army commission.The
the :$:::$:::: S at 5 p.m. by Thomas Farrow, special <.:::. : .f
program, Lt. Col. Milton Hyatt to Major, Capt. Garrett Ash : : .. J
Christian.In studies engineer with Tampa ::|::|:
it. to Lieutenant Colonel, and Capt. cadets so rated are as
| SGER Electric. All electrical engineering ::::!
fie the brigade, I.t. Col. Richard Songer to Major. follows: Richard Arentz of Miami, :
Jerry students are urged W:::
Gary Arnold of Orlando, Gary Ash ::::::: : :
: ti; The student G roup for Equal
to attend.
The following battalion com- of Gainesville, Sargent Broshear @:: Rights will meet this Sunday
manders were promoted to of Orlando, Eugene Cain of Gaines- ::)::: evening at 8 p.m.1n the Florida Frosh Council |m:j

Lieutenant Colonel;MaJ.Tim Wag- ville, Charles Capron of Ft. jjijiij Union, room 218. All Freshman Council will meet ::::::::
ner of the 4th Battalion, MaJ. Lauderdale, Samuel Dunn of Day- i)::;:. Interested faculty and students in the Florida Union,room 324 ::::;::ti::::
i Peter Faclus of the 2nd Battalion tona Beach,Oscar Eaton of Daytona :::?::: are invited. The group also Monday night at 7:30. At this :$::::;;!
i MaJ. James Welch of the Beach, Jerry Essick of ;::;::s:::: announces a CORE mass time tho council will elect a ;::$:: t
3rd Battalion, and Major Samuel Gainesville, Peter Faclus: of West Wi=:::; meeting for tonight at 8 to president and secretary. All !;:;: \

Dunn of the 1st Battalion.In Palm Beach, Bill Fischette pf ::::: be held at Mount Pleasant members are urged to attend. :::j:: II 1
Jacksonville, Richard Grant of .::::::: Methodist Church, a meeting
addition, 24 advanced cadets Homestead, James Herrington of ;):::: co-sponsored by the Student India Club ItA 111 f

were designated Distinguished Perry: ::iji:.; Group for Equal Rights. recreation trip to Weekl ::
Military Student. To be rated Bob Hyatt of Cocoa, Paul 'i Wachee and Tampa tomorrow :jigS:::::
D.MJS., a cadet must display outstanding Jacobs of Winter Park, Harlow @ti Open House has been planned by the India :::::
qualities of leadership, Land of Mayo, George Lewis of :::.:::: Club. Members who are interested ::'r:::::::::
moral :|:::|:;:|::j;; In honor of their pledges,
integrity and military potential :::
Hialeah, Henry Prior of Miami, must register their ::::::;
:::::::; Delta Phi Epsilon sorority
and must stand In
the upper Cliff PenneU of Louisville, John names with any of the officer* ::;::;:::::
:;:: will have their annual
half of his college and the upper Percell of Miami, Richard Songerof ; open by today at 4. The group ::J::|:::|:
third of his science class. 1 yX:: : house at 8:30 tonight. All stu- : :
military Miami, Tim Wagner of St. will assemble at the ::jj:::;:::
:::::: dents are Invited. Entertainment -
;$ International Center at 7 :::::::
Petersburg, James Welch Largo a.m., :
::|:::jjv:::: will be provided.
:W Upon graduation from the and Randall Williams of tomorrow. ::::;;:$:::
2fr university with a continued good Ft. Lauderdale. II' Square Dance :sWl;:::

Halloween Howl f mm$
I I :::;:: A Halloween Party is being
NOW OPENTo ::::::::::::: held tomorrow night beginning The Presbyterian Center i-tt:::::
:;:::::;;::::; at 8:30 at the Catholic will host a "Halloween Howl" i::::::
ti:::::::: Student Center. There willS in cooperation with the Wesley .::;:::::
SAVE You |::::::|:: be regular dancing square Foundation and the Lutheran :::::::::::
Money'QUIK :;:::::::::! dancing and the usual Center Saturday night at 7:30. ::$::&: :
:jij:::::$::: Halloween favorites such as Music will be by the Darra- ::ijijij:;:::
::ti:::;:;:::::: apple dunking. codas and refreshments will be:$:::$::::
SAVE DISCOUNT CENTER ) ; served. :::::::::
|| Liberal Forum

1620 W. University in Carolyn Plaza :::::::::1 Hiram Williams of the Unl- Unitarian Speech |1J;|

:;:::::::::: verslty Art Dept. will address Prot. Oscar Svarllen will .$:::
(NEXT TO FLA. BOOKSTORE) :::::::::::: the Liberal Religious Forum peak at the Unitarian- ::::::::):::
::>:::::::: on "The Screen Before the Uolversallst Fellowship at ,:$::;::::
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f" :ti:::::;:: In the Johnson Lounge of the at 11 a.m. lie will discuss ::!:;?!::::
AT THESE FINE STORES ;$:::::::::: Florida Union. Coffee and dls- American foreign policy.i;::::|:::|::|:
FLORIDA ;$:::;::::: cusslon will follow.The meet- Svarlien Is a specialist In t:$,$
: Aqua-Net Hair Spray ;&::::$::: Ing Is open to all. international law. ::::::::::
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Underwood Jewelers f \:'. '/ t.t developed by the Royal Canadian
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The pledges, all whom have at
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Ray-Mears Jewelers have been preparing for a final
ORLANDO, I two-hour examination scheduled I
Hart Swalstead Jewelers this week. "These are the top

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The PeelThe :


Alligator's fellow student publication, The New Orange
Peel, hits the stands Monday morning with what promises to be
the best magazine In the history of the New Peel.
New Peel Editor Don Federman expects the Issue to be out
"hopefully" Monday, with 36-pages chock full of humor. The -JL
cover will be oriented around the national election of the next _
day and Federman, In his usual controversial fashion, will
Include an editorial in which the Peel takes a mighty stand on
the choice of candidates. We wonder who he will endorse?
Federman, In a complete change from last year's publication
under then-Editor Stan Huguenin, has completely done away Great new act, Chief!
with the Playboy format and has extended the employmentof
humor "by 75 per cent." By allowing the opinions, literary -
and feature sections to overlap into humor, Federmanwas able to CLYDE
produce a Peel with anestlmated70per humor, with apparent

Administration Feaerman has consent.also done away with the Peelmate, replacingthis Report On Meeting Of ClydeDON
with a 3-page scenario on a "feature girl." The magazine's
accent is one of flippant, droll humor, according to Federman.The .
price of the Peel remains the same--25 cents cheap--- The last business of the weekly CLYDE
and Federman confidently expects his first magazine to come GROOMS meeting was passage of a resolution condemningthe
out on the credit side of the ledger, making between $300 and ColumnistSince Alligator.

$500. This would be a minor phenomenon, since past Peels the political campaign is In the Even though Clyde Hope, our noble founder
have tended always to lose money. Last year, according to "homestretch," the weekly meeting of CLYDE, and Inspiration, is the overwhelming choiceof
Federman, the Peel lost $500 for the four Issues. Roughly an organization designed to stamp out Smokeythe the student body--The Alligator has seen
5,000 of Huguenin's Peels were printed each Issue, as comparedto Bear, was extremely short.C. fit to endorse Lyndon Johnson for the presidency.Not .
roughly 2,000-3,000 by Marcello Truzzi in the Peel's first Bastion Bock, chairman of the committeefor only Is the Alligator against Florida
year of existence. Federman Is uncertain exactly how many disrupting concerts, reported great success Green Key, Orange Key, Purple Key and Bloc I
New Peels will be printed this time. In disrupting the Edward Troupln concert last Seating--It has apparently come out against '
Federman and staff have overcome several obstacles In their
week. and
cheating, lying, stealing, Clyde Hopelsm.
attempt to get this first Peel printed. The Board of Student "Oh boy, you should have If the Alligator thinks Clyde Hope will withdraw I I
Publications only two weeks ago filled the last of the Peel those C-5 students Tomlinson self- '
seen from the race, like Bishop (
editorial vacancies, giving Federman a full staff. Due to his he chortled. "When I got crowned King of the World) has done, and like !
belated election and the lack of full staff Federman forcedto
a was through, they didn't know Alabama Governor George Wallace 1
postpone printing the Initial Peel from Homecoming the first Mozart from RlngoStarr. ewer ..it
(self-crowned King of the South) has done t
of November.The Al A. Bama chairmanof
has another thought comlne. :
New Peel goes on sale Monday. The reaction to the first the committee for ,
Peel will greatly affect its future. There Is little doubt that the fans to miss
causing "I didn't go into the race to become a
New Peel is trial this trimester. A quarter Is
Orange on spent
teams he called the "
says dropout, Clyde Hope said yesterday as he came
the means of casting your vote for the New Orange Peel on local radio stations and told through Gainesville selling autographed pictures

Monday. Don't forget to vote. We imagine you will not need them__ un that___ the__ Gators_ ___ would p ___ of Adolph Eichman.
prompting.WMtoM arrive In Gainesville last GROOMS "Why vote for a crook or a nut when you can
Saturday night at 10:15. --- get the best qualities of each by voting for a
Bama was probably the only student on campusto crooked he asked and
::::::::::::: :: :: :::*::::::KWWHjK&::::: ::::::;&::!::;:::;:;:::;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;: ;: ::=:::::;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:::::;:::::::;:;:;:::::;:;:;:::::::;:;:::;:;::: meet nut--Clyde Hope? you'll
:: :::: :: :::::::::::::::::: ::;:;:;:::::::;:;:::;:;;::;:;:::::: :::;:;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::;:;:;:::::;:::;:::; the team when it arrived at 9:05. have to admit. .."IN YOUR HEART,YOU KNOW
TODAY'S QUOTE Speaking of the Alabama football game, It was HE'S RIGHT."
G. D. Shame who ran in at the last minute and I

told Steve Spurrier he was on the one-yard Since this is the last opportunity Clyde Hope ,
line Instead of the six-yard line he was really will have to speak to voters prior to the election i
Absolute freedom of the press to discuss public questions is on.CLYDE next Tuesday, we'd like to point out that the I
a foundation stone of American liberty. wishes to apologize to Mrs. Jennifer election officials have made It very difficult
Herbert Clark Hoover Menser who had problems at the homecominggame. to write-in Clyde Hope for president.For I
She says the explosions after each all the county and 'state offices, there's
touchdown covered her with smoke and flaming space for a write-in. But not for Clyde Hope.
pieces of debris. It was the men on the other The membership of CLYDE,however,is working
The FloridaALLIGATOR side of you we were aiming at. One of them on that.
wore an LBJ button and the other had a Goldwater Next week this column will be written from

; banner. the WHITE HOUSE.

Served by United Press International. I

I,( Editor . . . . . . Walker Lundy On Outlines For C-Courses '.i: I

Managing Editor. . : . . . Joel Gaston
Executive Editor. . . . . . .Ron Spencer
Assistant Managing Editor . . . Nancy Brachey EDITOR: progress tests which force the cramming you
Assistant Managing Editor . . Dave Berkowitz condemn so emphatically.
Editorial Page Editor . . . . .Ed Barber In the Oct. 28 edition of the Alligator you
Sports Editor. . . . . . ,Bruce Dudley I had an article about a meeting of the University Bud Blackwood, 2UC
City Editor. . . . . . . ,Skip Havlser I College Policy Committee We are glad tq see Bruce Flower, 2UC
Campus Living Editor. . . . Jackie Cornelius I you are covering the various faculty groups Bonnie Johnson, 1UC I
around campus.

Edltorui AssistantsJim Castello, Ann Carter Don Fede:man. We agree with the Committee in that the
Donlta Mathison, Sam Ullman, Ernie Lltz (Circulation Manager! ), C-course outlines could possibly be unsound, 'A Pain"EDITOR
Stan Kulp (Cartoonist). for there in them.have been cases of misguiding information Sharp j

Government Chief) But we would like to know what kind
Reporters -- Patti PUt (Student Beat I of :
Ton Levine (Ttgert Hill Beat Chief), Joe Kollln, Bob Golub, Platonic (ideallst-for those of you who don't
Joe Waldorf, Sharon Kelley, Yvette Cardozo. Eunice Till Frank : swing with C-5) world this committee lives in? Both the clumsiness of "Yesterday" and the
Shej&rd, Lee Alexander, Ames' Fowles, Fran Snider. Thelma : To quote the committee" "cramming Is Insolence of Mr. Lozoffs letter (Tuesday, Oct.
Mossman, Bill Sadowskl. Marlene Green, Evan Langbeln. David educationally unsound We would like thecommittee's 28) gave me a sharp pain. "Adellna" (I left
Kennedy, Marilyn Brlcklln. Liz Brewer Gretchen VandenBerg Interpretation of a trimester. To after the first episode and can't comment on
David Ropes, Terry Rogers. Susie Halback, Joan Gaston. Pam us and 15,000 others at this Institution, the "Today and Tomorrow.") attempted, I suppose,
trimester Is
nothing BUT
Brown Jeffrey Denkewalter, Dick Dennis, Beverly Faber. Dick session. one big cramming to portray "responsibility" and "closeness.

Schneider, Greg Seltz, Bunny Goldberg, Kathl Bloney, Sue Dobbie. We're sure that many will agree with However, the acting and the script were so
us Poorly done In a sad
that they resulted
when remind the
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the offleui student newspaperof we committee that most caricature of the beauty possibly inherent in
is done with
the University of Flo"ida! and Is publisher t\ve times weekly studying an eye toward passing these terms.
i except during May, June and July when It U published s.mlrokry. the first for round the of next progress tests and then U you really want your "sense of Joy" see
preparing round. In
Only editorials represent the official other words, "Never Man'
&v>\Won of The "Instant education." on Sunday" or "The Music
Alligator. Columns represent only the opinions of their authors compared to which "Adellna" IS "mere
To the Committee
Tn Alligator is entered as second class matter at. we say: fiction--obs "
Rather than eliminate the
guides which
&UM.S Post Office at GalMsvlllt.
are tlmesavers and help to consolidate the
course content we suggest you eliminate the Scott C-3 Department MacDonald I



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Gator, Sandbox Of JM School'EDITOR

: Furthermore, fifty-yard line seats are a representative portion of the student body hada
privilege and are accordingly assigned to those greater say In its content, the UF could havea
who have demonstrated that they are worthyof dally newspaper of which It could be justly
In my four years at the UF, I have observedfour this privilege: the student politicians who proud.
generations of Alligator Editors In action. have spent time and effort to make this universitya
I have also observed that the common denomi- better place to live In. It Is an establishedfact Joseph Castello, 4AS
nators for such personnel are journalistic in any ordered society that the leaders of
Incompetence, a deaf ear to Intelligent criticism, that society are accorded privileges In I cet YOUR message thRouqh
and a messiah complex for making themselvesthe recognition of their service and responsibility.
Great White Knight for the "poor average Perhaps this Is why the Alligator declines Its
Joe" In artificial, sensational causes. You block seating. 49
are no exception.It For someone who complains so bitterly about
Is also Interesting that for four years politics, your own appointment as Alligator I
the scapegoats have remained the same:student Editor was one of the more interesting political : q q74 c'
politicians and fraternity men. It Is not my events this campus has witnessed. I I ,;
Intention to defend either group as I don't believe I would like to thank you for the publicityyou fi "
they need to be defended; however, I would like gave my own fraternity In your editorial.It :., ) \ .
to ask what this campus would be like without Is nice to know that we are an "In" group ')0... .,.: -: ... ... ': -
either group. The prospect of four years In --whatever that may mean. Actually, we do not
Gainesville, Florida Is sufficiently bleak already really care where we sit at football games so
without relegating student life to street dances, long as we are permitted to sit together with with attIQatoR veRtlslnCj
the local bars, and small-name entertainmentgroups. our friends.
Besides, the Alligator would be deprived Finally, It Is Interesting to note that all Gator Advertising & Classifieds Ext. 2832
of its source of editorial comment and would criticism directed at the Alligator Is received -
instead have to attack such Inconsequential with a wailing wall and a beating of breasts
blems as unsanitary housing,student drug rings, concerning the trials and tribulations of puttingout TV
and the unsolved rapes In the Flavets. a full-time newspaper with a part-time i
I must admit, Mr. Lundy, that your staff. If you don't feel able to do your job, Mr. "A PEEL HIFIRADIQS
administration has originated a cause that at Lundy there are plenty of qualified students by
once sullies the reputation of both groups -- who will be glad to assume your position and your
an unparalelled feat In my four years at the salary.
university, I refer, of course, to the block I would like to point out that the student dailies
seating issue you have so conveniently at such Institutions as the University of Texas, I other HOME & AUTOPHONOGRAPHS
manufactured this trimester.In the University of North Carolina, and Ohio any
your Tuesday editorial, you noted that State Universities--to name only a few of many
four of the larger houses on campus were sittingin possible examples--are published with a part-
the end zone for the Auburn game, and you time, unsalaried staff and are read in both
gloried In this fact as a stroke of divine justice.Yet the towns of their publication In preference to HELPS"
your own position as stated in previous the local newspapers by both students and name COLLEGE RADIO SHOPB1XWUNIVERSITYAVE.
editorials Is that these blocks should be assignedby townspeople alike.
lot. Indeed, you seem more interested In Perhaps if the Alligator ceased to be the .
revenge than in justice. sandbox of the Journalism School and a more
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iiundreds of Scholarships/ ? A Myth I It

to think that there be awarded a
is a myth scholarship and then
[hundreds of scholarships ly- not claim it, and this will makean pie, is one that might require a the university but are having financial declared.A .
around waiting for people to extra scholarship, but it doesn't student to take four years of Greekto hardship may be awardeda resolution banning all typesof
qualify for the aid.
i them said Mac G. Grigsby, happen very often, said Grigsby."A "It isn't grant-ln-aid. The $113 award Is vandalism and fraternity-
Jinancial aid officer. few scholarships are so limited all students see that not for one trimester only and must sorority pranks has been passedby
Ive have a budget of $50,000- it is impractical for the stu- this kind of would be interestedin be reconsidered each trimester. Panhellenic Council and
o to spend on scholarships, dent to apply for them," Grigs- said. scholarship, Grigsby The budget for these three typesof approved by Interfraternity Council -
we use all of it." he stated.ce by said.A Three scholarships is derived from (IFC).
types of
in a while a student will limited scholarship,for exam- are available scholarship aids 13 organizations connected with the The resolution, proposed by
on a universitywidebasis.
university. Diane Denning, Panhellenic
Council member, states that Pan-
Special scholarships are offered
Northwestern MUtl Honor scholarships are awardedto by Food Fair stores, General Mo- hellenic "shall refrain from trophy

fe''Insurance Ud/ exceptionally capable students tors, and the Radio Corporation of stealing, vandalism and all.other
who have
L' c 0 excelled in the high America (RCA). actions which might incur retalia-
SINCE 1857 schools and Junior colleges of the Selection of scholarship winnersis tion by any group or individual."
state. For this purpose, a numberof made by a selection committee Passed by Panehllenlc Oct. 8,
I tuition scholarships are awardedto composed of faculty representatives the resolution was brought beforePresident's
incoming freshmen and transfer
from each college and schoolat Fraternity Council
students. Financial need may be the UF, according to Grigsby. Oct. 19 and was Immediately
COLLEGE PLANS considered, but the chief criteria "Some colleges independentlyaward proved.

JI. H. o.wgh.; INSURED SAVINGS Is academic excellence, characterand scholarships, but in each "We just adopted the same resolution ,.
leadership, he said. ," said William G. Cross
case the applicant Is reviewed by ,
1Ir'u. y.. MORTGAGE The award is for $113 for one the committee just to be sure that IFC advisor. "There was no dis-
... Zoe s.c. I.I4 RETIREMENT trimester and will be renewed fora the overall academic record is cussion on the subject."
376. 7Ii3NITA second and third trimester within
I satisfactory," Grigsby said."This Greeks feel that "pranks and
the same academic if the
year record very seldom alters a student's subsequent acts of retaliation have
RI -UNIVERSALIST of the previous trimester chances for a scholarship." resulted in property damage and
merits it, Grigsby said.
Competition for scholarships Is injury tot h e reputation of all

FELLOWSHIP "Students who have consistently strong. Sometimes so many apply campus Greek organizations," as
satisfactory college work or have the grade-point average must be stated in the resolution by Pan-
lEAKER: DK. OSCAR SVARLIEN performed outstanding service for as high as 3.5 to qualify, he hellenic Council.

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Employment Office, according to room 309 of the Florida Union,
k has received 60 listings out of me that he understood the produc-

\ 350 letters mailed. tion now that he saw it, where he
gATDP, Tae office will send out an additional did not before, having only readit
\ :: 150 letters In the next ," Delrne said.
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+ "S: "Most companies are in favor of enrich a course like C-3,"
f ". i having college students taking the Delnw said, "Why not use it?"
A t" jobs If they are open," he said.
0. Most or the companies answer- Events on campus from which
ing the letters have their Jobs the students may chose their lecture -
\ open during UF's Christmas vacation substitution Include the
though some begin during Lyceum Council's production of
"La Dohene the Florida Union
cI 'N final exam week. ,
Most of the openings are for film, "Grapes of Wrath," and a
y stock clerks and sales and Inventory campus production of "Macbeth."
positions. Testing methods will not be
I altered because of the culturalprocJuctlon.lorcla.aroomatten
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"Testing will be left up to the
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: Final exams will have questions
pertaining to student attendance<< at
the cultural events, however

"There will be questions about
all eight events students chose
; from on their final," Belrne said.
"Only those six which the student
attended will have to b* answered' ,

v however," he added.
The course change was. Initiated
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BEATY, LEFT, and Bill I I '
I $ Honors Beaty
McBride for Scholars pose trophies.with i Dollars I 1 s Trophy

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Years or dedication ana cooperation with siuucm a u airs wm u* rec-"
: -i- Y ognized in the Robert C. Beaty 1964 Dollars for Scholars trophy to be
awarded at the end of the current money drive.
The Dean Beaty trophy will be awarded to the sorority, women's dorm
area, or men's dorm area that raises the greatest amount of money per capita.
Two smaller trophies will be awarded as consolation prizes.
Dean Beaty, who retired as Dean of Students in 1960 to become
director of the Alumni Loyalty Fund came to UF from Mississippi in 1925
o when enrollment at UF was only 1,400. Over the past: 39 years he has seen
4 y almost 100,000 students pass in and out of the .rious schools and collegeson
campus. He has witnessed dozens of fund-raising rejects and was Deanof
Students when the Dollars for Scholars program came to UF in 1958.
"The Dollars for Scholars program is one of the rrost productive thingsin
; the field of higher education today," he said.
He had praise for this year's chairman, Bill McBride, saying "McBridehas
been working hard and doing a good job
1'J Between 1958 and 1964, $1,730,000 has been raised for the Dollarsfor
Scholars program by students, alumni and friends of the university Dean

1 Beaty said.
L The loan program consists of a matching fund by which the Federal
Government puts up nine dollars for every one raised by students. The loansare
paid back to the univeisity within ten years, beginning one year after.
In 1947, Dean Beaty was Dean of Men, Women and Students, the
year women invaded the UF campus.On .
the walls of his office on the third floor of the stadium hang
pictures of all student body presidents who have served during his tenure as
Dean, plus state legislators and other famous alumni. These pictures represent
stages in the growth of UF through the depression years, w.: years and
the post war era to the present.

K Girls Work .An 'Work; ...And Wo I
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Jennings coeds are counting on Rec Room is being sponsored by I
scrubbing.up "millions" ,for the Center Jennings for all Jennings

Dollars for Scholars campaign at residents to.ear. n money for
a car wash Sunday afternoon. Dollars for Scholars.
From noon to six girls from
the west section of Jennings will Center Jennings Hea Coun-

be washing autos at Jack's Gulf selor, resident assistant, Hall
Station at 7-7 N.W.13thst. to Council members, and Honor
the tune of one dollar per car. Council members will be auctionedto
rY ais : A "Roman Slave Day," Sunday the highest bidders to workat

t from 2-4 p.m. In the Jennings their command for one hour.

I LBJ Pledges Peace., Barry Sees Victory

PITTSBURGH (UPI) Sen. Barry Goldwater said yesterday Prt'Sidt'ntJohnson's
UPI President heartened from
( ) Johnson, by overtures the new .
"casual reaction" to the Walter Jenkins case was part a "sordidpicture"
Soviet premier promised Thursday to keep America strong and to work to
of morality at the top level of government.The .
channel the currents of communism toward lasting
peace. Professor
Says Republican presidential nominee forecast a stunning: upset election
He said in Salt Lake City that "my course and my leadership" will be victory with the aid of "millions of unhappy and disgusted: Americans."
to guide the "inevitable" Communist changes: and to keep this nation a Goldwater campaigned: hard for Pennsylvania's 27 electoral votes. He
"rock" in the shifting world. Campaign whistle.stopped across 200 miles of mountainous central and western Pennsylvania
And at an airport rally in Wichita Kan., he sought: political support before capping the day at a rally in Pittsburgh's: Civic Arena where
from that traditional GOP state while pledging: himself to maintain the President Johnson had addressed a Democratic turnout on Tuesday.
country's military strength: Goldwater accused Johnson of using "cheap and degrading: tricks '
"I pledge: to you we plan to continue to build that strength," he saidto Misses IssuesThe smear" to misrepresent the GOP challengers views on Social Security.In .
J Crowd estimated at I II.()()!) persons. A number of placards backing Sen. a speech prepared for the Pittsburgh rally Goldwater charged that
Barry M. Goldwater, shown! in the crowd. One read "Walter Jenkins." Secretary: of State Dean Rusk had "coddled the liars, the wire tappers, the
Others said "Humphrey-ADA-soeialism" brutal abusers of government power who tried to railroad Otto Otepka."

Johnson is seeking to become the first Democratic presidential candidate 1964 presidential campaign Rusk is seeking, to fire Ottpka, former: State Department security officer,
has presented to the public a distinct because he tried to expose lax security practices in the agency: Goldwatersaid.
to carry Kansas time Franklin D. Roouvelt in 196)
choice between contrasting But Johnson must bear final responsibility, he said.
He touched on the prosperity issue in Kansas tint. He said the "old "Taken alone the of !bad "
political, social, .and economic treatment Otepka is enough, Goldwater said.
record of recessions and I depressions to have been broken. His. he-
: stems
"When it is viewed in the context of the coverup of the Bobby Baker
said is the first administration in U.S. history not to have had u depression philosophies, rather than a genuine
matter the Billy Sol l E tes matter and the casual reaction to the Jenkins
discussion of Issues, according to
recession "downturn.
affair, it is indeed! a sordid picture.
The President spoke in Salt Lake City's: Mormon Tabernacle, then from Dr. John K. Mahon associate processor "What can we expect at lower levels in government if this is the shabby
Wichita flew on to Philadelphia for a night: address.\ In the Mormon center of history. code of conduct that prevails at the Cabinet level in the State Departmentand
where three weeds ago Goldwatc-r auuscd the Dvnunrats of showing ..In"uUer Mahon, In disc sting this cam- in the White House"
disregard: of God," till President "amid'e: are all God children paign In its hif tori! .perspective, Jenkins senior presidential aide, resigned: in disgrace: Oct. 14 after
and the true morality of private life i u the true: morality of a frce-soiiet)'. said that there has jeen more discussion disclosure his two arrests on morals charges.: The FBI, ordered! by Johnsonto
Do unto others a* )" 'u'IIU''" luu' other do unto )you" of person ties than is- in't'stiJtetht' seturity aspects of the case, said there was no sign Jenkinshad
VISIIS Hl'RCH HEAD: sues. ever revealed U.S. M" Johnson paid a call on David O. NUKat. sl-ear-old ailing head of the He cited the nusual degreeof Goldwater said State Department officials admitted placing a wire tap
Mormon Church, kfore crossingthe\ street from Im hotel! to deliver his availability that President Lyn- on Otepka's telephone and testifying: falsely I about it to a congressional

speech. In it he4 disilosed. that Soviet Premier Alextt Kon\gin\ has sent him don B. Johnson I I displaying. Before committee.The .
that the Russian i he 'rl.in'ith the GOP challenger: drew cheersand some boos--at trainside appearances *
regimevill \
it assuring new : the advent of the mass media,
from Harrisburg to this steel city. An enthusiastic crowd! the
West in a continuing. search for peaie. "I. his is a heartening response. he most presidential candidates( gave
told his tahvrnade audivnec.Yr must never underestimate the* danger of Goldwater train a noisysendoff. from Harrisburg
avoided this type of campaigning. It was there that Goldwater; predktei Pennsilsania would vole Republican .
Communism-hut neither _huu'e' : underestimate the danger: to all of us >
Previously a president campaignIng on Tuesday and stay Republican for the rest of its history.
and all the world if nud..arlI1ht are unleashed and if wedo I not seek and

search and plead and pray that we find a way toward r"J"t'.u. ." for If re-election he displayed would such:probablylose availability ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::
.................'-'.'-'.. .......U............... .., ..u.u..u..u..u :':':;: ':;:;'';:;:;:':':;:':;:':':; ;;; ;;;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;;:;:;:;:;: ;:; ;;:; ;;;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:':':;:;:':
!'S':'"'";:;"'''''''':::::: :: ::::::: ::: :::::::::: ::::::::::: :::::;::::::::::: :: :::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::: said Mahon. f{ lJ
1 : : ifi ifit Mahon charged that Barry Gold- Cape Kennedy

water is operating on an "antiquated' I t f
1 Final If .
Showingof i i ii
\\t social and economic :
foundation that cowd''lead to great ::- Reservations if
problems" if h. were elected.He .
Roses 'SetM believes that Goldwater views o w ,

: the "welfare stat." as being "our ;:::::; Reservations for the Aeronautics and Space Administration ::::::

\\\ undoing." In this senseGoldwateris ::::::: Florida Union-sponsored tour (NASA). It will :.:.:::.
advocating the "primitive eco- ;:;:::: of Cape Kennedy Nov. 14 must last about three hours. ;:'
nomics of lalssez faire. :::: : be made The .
i ':: by Monday, according tour will cover Cape ::::::
:::: The last showing of "Red :;:::: Mahon said that Goldwater's fear :::::; to the Union Recreation Com- Kennedy and the spaceport :::::::

: ::::: '1 IcI? Roses for Me" by Sean 0'- I: of the central government Is"out- ;:.J:::::; mlttee.i' on nearby Merritt Island. The ::11;::
::::: Casey, U scheduled for 8 ::: of-date and Ignorant." ;:::\::: Reservations for the tour Department of Defense restricts ::;::::
:::::::: p.m. Saturday. An estimated ::: The Goldwater people do not set ::;::':: may be made by phoning ex- tourists to U.S. citl- :::::::

:::: 3,000 persons will have seen 1i;:: the economic suffering inAmes lea :::|::..: tension 2741. Cost of the tour, lens over 18 years of age. No ,r :
::: the play before It ends, according : : and do not understand that the ':;:; including transportation Is$8 cameras are allowed In the Installation. i.:::::::

j .:;.::.:: to Dr. Donald .:...;;.. government can act to improve :;|;:-; per person. ::; :
.::.::..:':0:: Borchardt: publicity super ::;- welfare of the people, he said, ::::::' The tour arranged through Buses for the trip will leave :1:;::
.: visor. ; In foreign policy, the Goldwater :&:::::: cooperation with space center the Florida Union at 6 a.m. ::;:;:::
1 people cannot conceit of the possibility ::$::;: officials, will be led by a and return about 10 p.m. the ?::f:
that "maybe we can co- i|& representative of the National ,
ILiw@m :;:: same day. ::.::.:;..

; :I t Wi; \ t i M;)\::; @::j i\11M8. exist"ries. with the Communist count :ffi r ; r r r rt;r : ::1::;r : r r tW ri ;j: :liPage ::::

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Friday, Oct. 30, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 11

Coach Graves Happy To Be HomeFlorida
(( U[ _

ti Tonlghf a large bonfire :........
bead coach Ray Graves under Jordan, a 6-5 come-from- Don Knapp will get the :::: ::::pep rally will be held in |:):|:).
Sis In complete accord with the behind win by Auburn's unbeaten call at wingback! In placed starting "Knapp came" of age In the :;:::::::::::honor of the Gator football >::|::>:::|;:
Laying, "there's no place like 1958 team and a 10-7 squeaker in Alan Poe. He will have the Injured Alabama game, said Coach Ray ::::::;:::;:team in front of the Unl- $::::$::::
companyof Graves. "lie had the
home." 1960. quarterback Steve ;igiiverslty=:::::: Auditorium at ::;:::::::;;
Spurrier and
last weekend Overall potential, but he seldom had the :
Tuscaloosa Auburn
After leads In this old :t p.m.
fullback John Felber. .
: :
chance to show It. :-s:
Le Gators are overjoyed at the series, 23-15-2. Largest victory Tailback Larry Dupree will ::iy: : The rally is being : :::.,
"Don's and ferlous
[prospect of taking on Auburn In margin by the Gators came in round out the offensive backtteld.J blocking were two Important : sponsored by. the morale :
Gainesville. 1927, 33-6, while Auburn's biggestwin a c k ;commission of Student ::: :
Harper will miss the factors In second touchdown
1 "Auburn Is an outstanding came in 1917, 68-0. Auburn with our : : Government (SG). : :::
I football team and about the only Besides there being "no place suffered game two weeks a knee Injury drive against Alabama," Graves :::|::$ The Gator band and ::1: :::

(advantage I can think of at the like home" tomorrow, Coach South Carolina. Alan Poe ago will against see said.Spurrier and Felber have |m.|:..cheerleaders will be at the :.m.:..:.:.:..
[moment Is the fact we are Graves will be hoping there's limited action due to :::; rally and the morale commission ::::::::
a twisted lot of backfield
Inlaying them here," said Graves. nothing like sophomores. ankle received In the already seen a ::;::::.; has urged all ;:;:;:::
I The Tigers, national powers Florida fans will get a look 'Bamagame. duty tale year. ::::;:$ Florida fans to come and ::::::;:'
(under Coach Ralph Jordan, have to the future in the Auburn gameas i-Wipay:::: tribute to the ::::::::
I won twice inGainesville since the Gators start I vX':::: Plrtrtrl-i:. faurn a. tt >tirf. :::::::;
only three -- '
(the 1930s. Both victories came sophomores in the offensive IN THE WHIRLPOOL. ..:..:.::. t h-e- second ;aiith; .:.:!.:!.:
backfleld.CONGRATULATIONS. :::: season against Auburn :;::::
I o cs :::: Saturdar. ::::::::
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Gainesville, Florida r On DefenseHistory

Winner of the $50 Gift CertificateGiven BRUCE Sports DUDLEY Editor repeated Itself In the

Away During Our The Alligator's sports department has its fingers crossed. Gator football camp Wednesday as
If the Athletic Department decides to follow the lines of the senior quarterback Tom Shannon
GRAND OPENING SALE Legislative Council, the Alligator readers can look forward to a started to play defensive comer.
large verbose public relations release. Shannon took over quarterback
Visit the New HOT SPOT'For ,"We're not getting complete coverage," could be the cry from duties as a sophomore when Larry
Coach Ray Graves. "Let's make the Alligator print every game Libert ore was moved to defensive
RecordsUSE play by play and signal by signal." safety.
YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE "Hey wait a minute," comes a yelp from another athletic party. Coach Ray Graves said Shannon
"We had a chess meet here yesterday and we want a complete would be splltlng his time between
report in the paper from the first move to checkmate." defense and offense for the rest
Then Sports Publicity Director Norm Carlson might urgently of the season and he may play in
announce that the Athletic Department has passed a motion requiring either spot against Auburn.
the paper to print the minutes of every team meeting. "Why of course The senior back has played on
minutes are kept," he says. defense before so Graves sees
Notice all this might happen, but none of it has. no trouble in the change of
Athletic participants are sometimes though to be less on brain positions.The .
power than government officials. But at least the Athletic Department Florida coach said the
RECORD SHOP realizes it's impossible to describe every move of an athletic change was made to make "mora
contest. effective use of personnel."

119 W. University Ave. fel. 372-2728 The function of the Alligator and the Athletic Department are Graves said Shannon's first duty
different and one doesn't have control of the other. would still be at quarterback, but
Thank goodness the Legislative Council doesn't decide what sports the team needed more depth at
s stories will be printed. defensive corner with Dick Kirk
F Sports will still appear in the Alligator unless the minutes of slowed down with a minor injury.
the Legislative Council meeting run more than 12 pages.
Tickets Left

Wednesday For AuburnSaturday's
Orange League Blue League

SN 20 TEP 13 DX 19 PKP 7

PLP 31 SAE 19 TKE 24 XP 0 Auburn-Florida

r- w KS 18 PKT 12 DSP 20 PEP 12 to game Gator Is not a Assistant sellout, according Athletic

KA 19 BTP 13 PGD 31 AGR 6 Director Percy Beard.

PKA 13 SX 12 "We have approximately 1,000
tickets left for the Auburn game,"
said Beard. "These will be on
sale today and, If necessary, at
the stadium tomorrow."
The Auburn tickets remainingare
divided almost equally bet ween
the North and South stands.
Beard also reports many tickets
TOTAL remaining for the Georgia and
ru Miami games. There are 1600
uIPIrnvulniI South Stand and 2300 North Stand
.I tickets left for Georgia and 1200
North and SOOOSouthStands
PROTECTION on sale for the Miami game.
Florida meets Georgia In the
Gator Bowl, Nov. 7, and closes f
1 its home season against Miami. ,
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1 i t The Harmon Football Forecast October 31- Major Colleges

TOP 2.0 HIGHLIGHTS Alabama .. ................... 21 Miss. 5111. ...M...........
Arizon.......... ............. 17 Air Force ......., .. IS
OHIO STATE Arizona State ............ 21 Colorado State ...... 0
11 1. Arkansas ...... ...............21 Texas A a M ,
ALABAMA And the big battering Buckeyes ot Ohio State barge on. .stlll the 'I team In the country. They have a Army Iowa State ... .... 7
3. NOTRE DAME strong power quotient ot 111.9, while rUMer-up Alabama holds only a slim margin over 3rd-ranked Notre Baylor ":::::::.:::::::::::::::::: : T. C. I). ......' : '1

4. FLORIDA Dame. The Crimson Tide has a 108.8; Notre Dame, 108.1. eunaio il ..Green. ...:::::::::: is Delaware 1 .Oh.0 11
\ 5. NEBRASKA All three powerhouses will ride their Hallowe'en broomsticks into foreign county this Saturday. The California .................. 21 U. C. L A. ..'.... ".. 10
I.ARKANSAS Cincinnati ......... ..... 22 G.o" Washington; 0
11 TEXAS Buckeyes will spill the lIakweyes ot Iowa at Iowa City by 19 points, and Alabama will nip Mississippi Clemson ... ......::::..... 17 Virginia! 1
I. MICHIGAN State in Jackson by thirteen. Colgate Cornell :::::...::.::::::::::::: 21 30 Columbia Lehigh 1:
.L S. U. Navy, a former member.ot the Top 20, might be planning big shenanigans for Notre Dame. Dartmouth .................. 1J Yale ;... ....... e
; 1). SOUTHERN CAL ON RUNG .4 OF TilE NATIONAL TOTEM POLE, IN SPITE OF ITS 3-POINT LOSS TO ALABAMA East Florida Carolina............:::::::::::: : The Auburn Citadel. ... ... ... ... 2:
1 1 I LAST WEEK, IS TilE FLORIDA GATOR. THEY'LL CLIP 19TH-RANKED AUBURN BY 14 POINTS. Fermin state............;........... 27 Davidson Mississippi...... 12
Nebraska made the big move from 110 to '5, and they're In for a tough test against Missouri this Georgia ........................ 21 North Carolina 20
Tech ... Duke .
ILLINOIS week. We'll pick the Cornhuskers to tame the Tigers by two touchdowns. Harvard Georgia .. : :::::::: 21 Pennsylvania J

12.GEORGIA TECH The two Southwest Conference powers will win without too much trouble this week. 6th-ranked Arkansas Idaho Holy Cross..........,.. .. ........ 3S Pacific Cich mond 170
13.PURDUE is a strong t 14-poln t favorite over the Texas Aggies, and Texas, #7, will seam-roller S.M.U. by 23 Idaho 5111. ::....:...:... 11 Montana 7
14.OREGON STATE Illinois .. 14
}' 1S. FLORIDA STATE. Indiana ".. .":::.:...'::.. 25 Minnesota 21
11 DUKE Moving back up the national ladder to the eighth spot Is Michigan. The Wolverines should stay among Kansasta't.'". ...."...."..". 1 Kanao state 17
I 11:OREGON the higher elite this time with a 14-point win over Northwestern. Kentucky .: ." n West Virginia :
11..SYRACUSE Dropped to 9th in the Harmon ratings after Its tie with Tennessee, Louisiana State butts heads with Marrshall i' : .. 11: Mississippi i ichilln J
1:.A'IBURN Mississippi Saturday night. Here comes loss 13 for the Rebels. .L.S.U by 10. Memphis state 21 Wake Forest 14
KANSAS --Miami. Florida 20 Detroit
Southern Cal Jumped from 16th last week to 10th -- and they meet one ot their toughest tests In the Michigan i 21 Northwestern ;
conference i the troublesome Huskies ot Washtngton. The Trojans will win by 7. Nebraska Michigan state. 20 21 Missouri Wisconsin U 0
Forecasting Average Tne season's forecasting average upped itself a notch after last week's games. With a happy'1 2 average New Mexico state 21 Eastern New Mexico 7
last Saturday from 125 winners, 37 losers, and 8 stand-otfs, the season's average climbed to .766 with North North Carolina Texas State : South Southern Carolina Illinois: 1:
r 771 right, grand totals ot 771 right and 236 wrong. Notre Dame 24 Navy 7
Ohio sate .. ... JJ low 14
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236 wrong .766)) teams in the Top 20. The 'I team receives 20 points, the '2 team gets 19, and so on, down to 120 which Oklahoma Oregon ..: ::.. 21 20 Colorado Stanford 1S S
gets 1 point. Here are the standings: the Dig Ten Just barely topped the leagues with a point total ot 51. Oregon state .. 25 Washington state 7
I, The Southeast Conference is nipping at their heels with 50, while the Southwest Conference is in the 3rd Princeton Penn i State .. .. : U Brown Maryland :
spot with 29. In 4th, the Pacific Athletic Conference has 22. The Dig Eight has 17. .Atlantlc Coast, 5. Rice"S. '. 17; BostonTU; h 7
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