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The Florida alligator
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Summer school news
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University of Florida summer gator
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Daily bulletin
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Orange and blue daily bulletin
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Gainesville Fla
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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Vol. 57, No. 43 University of FloridaGainesville Monday, Nov. 2, 1964

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Vote TomorrowSHARON

is Dollars for Scholars Week. students UF has a goal of $13,000 to be reached by
KELLEY The week has .been set aside by UF Pres. J. the end of this week -. through solicitation of
Staff Writer Wayne Reitz and Student Government Pres. Ken student, faculty, and administration, through dorm
Kennedy for the purpose of collecting funds for and sorority/fraternity competition, and through
the UF loan according to Bill McBride other features McBride said.
Florida voters tomorrow will be asked to ratify an amendmentthat program special ,
will provide the governor with the power to appoint a nine- chairman. The following proclamation was Issued Jointly by r.j
The U.s. Federal Government will nine Reltz and I
put up Kennedy.
member Board of Regents to replace the present seven-man
Board of Control. times the amount UF does for use by needy UF WHEREAS, (the Dollars for Scholars program

The new board has been endorsed by UF President J. Wayne provides the University$ of Florida
Reitz, Dr. Fred Hartmann, professor of political science and with an outstanding opportunity to
the Legislative Council, according to Dan Poucher, secretaryof rata. scholastic loan funds for its
academic affairs. own student body; and
Under the new plan, the Governor appoints nine men to serve WHEREAS, the Dollars for
staggered terms of nine years. This means that each year the Scholars I program since Its
governor will appoint a new man to the Board of Regents, and In inception In 1959 has made avail-
four years only four of the nine members would be changed, able over five thousand loans to
explained Poucher. deserving Florida' students; and
Poucher said the staggered-term plan hopefully would provide WHEREAS, students and
continuity in the administration of higher education In Florida. I teachers alike recognize the need
The present Board of Control serves a four-year term and is for education for every qualified
also appointed by the governor. person, so thereforeBE
The amendment is necessary because the Florida Constitutionat IT RESOLVED, that the
the present time limits the appointment power of the governorto period October 31 November 6,
four years, Poucher continued. 1064, be designated at the
University of Florida as "Dollarsfor

LBJ Flies// To Texas that BE Scholars the IT FURTHER University Week"; and RESOLVED community,

renew its efforts In vigorous
Goldwater In ArizonaPHOENIX support of the Dollars Scholars
program In an effort to help
students to help themselves,
Ariz. ( AS HI\C TON (UPI)-PrfSldnt providing aid for the leader of
Republican presidential flies to Texas today for tomorrow who need educational
Barry Goldwater rested first formal campaign appear assistance today.Bloc .
hilltop home here )'es In his own state. He will
convinced that his campaign to await the outcome of to- SeatingAll
the upswing toward election.
predicts will be "the Kremlin shakeup and independentbloc
political upset of this China's explosion of 4 seating partici-
Goldwater, who I,a r device In mid-October should pick
pants up
Saturday night from making < 2)W Information sheets
bid for Southern support. tor a swing through Texas. i
his ver-on-Sunday rule for Johnson carried the load for room 304 of the Florida -
paigning with the election there In the past two weeks. Union.
days away. He did, plans to fly to Houston, SERVICE ANYONE? UF President J. Woyne Reitz,
arrange to tape his segment this afternoon for a street right, and Dean of Student Affairs Lester L. Hale make These sheets I
GOP's family-style In the downtown section and all Information
show which Is to be later In nearby Harris their bids as waiters. They're scheduled to appear a t give
election ere.Continued. the sorority house making the most contributions to Dollars needed for the last

( On Page ) ( On Page 2)) for Scholars. Why? To Serve dinner, of course. game.

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library to house the state of all these officials papers wilt

archives-official records, public are scattered in various pw
documents and papers-Is greatly around the state, Patrick sail
needed In Florida. The amount needed for the prJ
According to Dr. Rembert W. Ject Is still undetermined Pat

Patrick, graduate research pro- rick added.

fessor of history, there Is no
specific building for the Florida

:'A 1IA' archives records, or at to least date.some The of state them,

; r 4r are kept in the Florida State Library C LASEOs

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building In Tallahassee.One .
of the reasons Florida has

no archives building, according to
Patrick, Is Florida Is relatively

young populationwise.Florida .
Is one of about four

or five states In the nation that

v r does not have a library of this
sort for housing the state archives

said Dr. Samuel Proctor, pro-

__________m""_ fessor of social sciences and spe-

"GHOSTS AND GOBLINS" along with Phi Gamma Delta and Alpha Omicron Pi cialist in Florida history.
"Florida seems to be looking
sorority got together Saturday morning to give the childrens' ward at the J. Hillis more to Its future more than regarding -

Miller Health Center a Halloween Party. Left to right, are Grank Miles, Jim Mun- its past," Proctor said.A .

caster, Allie Shacklett, Linda Edwards, and Warren Turner with the small fry from appointed seven-man last commission year under was the

the hospital chairmanship of Adam G. Adamsof 04'
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Miami to work on and appeal

JohnsonContinued GoldwaterContinued for an archive library for the state,
according to Patrick.

( From Page 1)) ( From Page- 1)) Many state records are pre-
sently in the offices of the governor -
Then he Is to fly to Austin The senator's family will be formal campaign on Sept. 3, the secretary of state, the
for a nighttime outdoor rally before featured on the program along with Fredonla Is one of Goldwater's attorney general and in the offices
proceeding to the LBJ Ranch at the family of Rep. William E. "lucky" towns and he wants to wind of other departments.

Johnson City to spend the night. Miller, the GOP vice presidential up there. The commission created by the
The Johnson's will vote at the nominee. The program will end an State Library
legislature In 1963, the -
Blanco County Courthouse at Intensive television schedule which
sf.tHElVI
The senator has been freely and History Commission,
Johnson City sometime tomorrow. has featured Goldwater In a 14
predicting that he will upset the Is working on legislation for
to be at the half-hour network
plus
They are expected
programs
polls and the pollsters throughout appropriation of funds for a library -
ranch when the election returns countless spot announcements and
hJs! final week of campaigning. building and for collection
start to roll In. shorter programs.
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The President and his vice pres- Goldwater Is scheduled to fly to .
idential running mate, Sen. HubertH. San Francisco today for the last AG C--NfjMBE-R *

Humphrey, will appear on nationwide regular appearance of his t l

television NBC from 10 campaign in a noon-time rally. that is the number of votes Pres. Johnson or Sen. Goldwater must win in the i
to 10:30 p.m. EST tonight. Then he will fly to Fredonla, a
Details of the telecast were not northern Arizona town with a pop- )} Electoral College to become the next President of the U.S. :

available. Humphrey Is scheduledto ulation of about 500, for his final Tabulate Your Own Results a 1
speak In California and Utah campaign appearance. Like
STATES and Cash I in a hurry sI
today before flying to Minnesota. Prescott, where he began his

I ELECTORAL Marion Finance

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I 1i! Campus News Briefs .1: there are no more 7,500 Director! e s. '

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|!fii!; FSU Game Orchesls Swim Fins :: I foroff-campus studentsIf

:::::::: I! residents. More Directories any moreDirectories

::::#::::: Tickets for a bus to the Orchesis has postponed its Swim Fins will meet tonight :11 have been are
:$:::&::: Florida-Florida State football regular Tuesday meeting to at 7 in room 201 of the Florti ti::::: picked this available
::::::: game will be on sale Monday Thursday night at 7 In the ida Gym to discuss ideas concerning ';$:::: up year they
:gig::::::: through Friday, 1-3:30 p.m., Women's Gym because of a theme, sets, and i:|::|:::|::; than any other year. will be given out
:::::::::::: this week and next at the information Lyceum Council presentation costumes for the Spring Water $:$::: There was a total' of accordingly.IN .
::::::::: booth across from thejigi tomorrow night. Election of Show. Meetings and practices p-:::::
i: Hub. Cost Is $6 round trip. officers Is scheduled for the for the show are scheduled ::;::::::
meeting; all members are for Monday nights.Tuition $:$:: .
required to attend. YOUR
$1 Arts Dames $$$ I!
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Students wishing tuition ::::1:
::::: Architecture and Fine Arts Bob must make $ YOU KNOW HE'S
Letsinger Inter-varsity scholarship applications ::::: It
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Christian Fellowship represen- between now and Feb. :jjii::$::
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'::::::: meeting of the year tomorrow tative for Florida, will lead a 1, 1965! at Tlgert Hall. To ffi:::::! WUX' C] I"1g Itti
:::: at 8 at the University Women's program tonight at 7 on the qualify, a student must have ivjij::
::::::: Club, West Newberry Road.Phil !::: Vote Democratic Tomorrow-1
content of the Christian at least a 2.5! average and a :::::'.
::::::: McDilda Jr.will be guest speaker -
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message. The meeting in definite need for financial aid. >:::::
::::::: giving tips on hair care and ;. ( UF YOUNG DEMOCRATIC CLUB ) (Paid Political Adv)
Florida Union Room 212, is Scholarships are guaranteed ?::::::::.
: :::: style demonstrations. sponsored by the Intervarsitygroup. three trimesters if the student ::::::::

maintains his 2.5! average. :;::
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III International PreMedDr. SeminoleFraternities |f|:
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:::::::: The International Women's George T. Lewis, sororities and 1 jjjijjj::'.
:::::::: Club will meet tonight at 8 at admissions committee campus organizations wishing :frj:::::::: '1409 S. Main St. Ph. 372-5196
::1:1::: the University Women's Club chairman of the University of to reserve pages in the Seminole |:::|::::j'.
;::::::: for a Thanksgiving program. Miami, will be at the UF Nov. must contact Stephen Conn, :::::::::::::: .
;::::::: All foreign women students and 12-16 for interviews. Students Florida Union Room 12. Dead- $::::!::: Specializing in Transmissions Only
:::::::: wives of foreign students are wishing appolntmens with Dr. line is Nov. 6. ;r:::|1:|
:::::::: invited to attend.NASA. Lewis now should contact the !i
:::::::: Pre-Professional Counseling La Boheme |::|! :1 All Work Guaranteed .
:::i: Tour Office, Anderson Hall 107. :::::::
..:...:...:...:. Lyceum Council will present :ijijiji::::::;:, L
:::::::: Reservations deadline for the Young AmericansWUFTTV Puccini's opera,"La Boheme," ::|:::ji::::|:;: Free
:::::::: John F. Kennedy space center tomorrow night at 8:15 in the :ijijijij:::;::: Pickup & DeliveryFree
:::::::: tour of the National Aeronautics Channel !5 S, will Florida Gymnasium. Tickets ,:|:::|::j::::| '
:::::::: and Space Administration site present the first of a new are available at the Information ;::::;:::::{ Estimates ;
;::::::: Is today. Payments, $8 per per monthly series on the American booth across from the Hub. :):::::!::;::
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:::::::: Union Room 315. The tour is 9 will be on "The Young showing their ID cards; tickets :::::::::::::: 10 Per Cent Discount to All
1rm scheduled Saturday,Nov.14. Americans.' for the public cost $2. :::iii::::::
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Vote For Johnson


Earlier In the trimester The Alligator editorially endorsedthe Lr .:. .3 'pt1 M.hYNw+
presidential candidacy of Lyndon Baines Johnson.
Truthfully, we were somewhat less than rabid in our endorse-

ment of Johnson. .purposely. Frankly, we find it very hard ----
to get enthusiastic over Johnson. He simply is not the type of : -- -
leader who captures the undivided imagination of a majority ===: ; :2: :::zi.
of the electorate as did the late President Kennedy, or as
Goldwater has captured the imagination of a vocal minority.He .
is, however,a genuine leader,one who gets things accomplished ":
while other more gifted persons are speaking about them.

As to the personal nature of the two candidates: Goldwateris \ ALr
a much better speaker, Is much more spontaneous, possessesa
sparkling natural wit, speaks usually like a man of convictionsand .
generally presents the Image of the tough battler with righton .
his side.Johnson .
on the other hand, is not a good speaker, a significantly 9
unattractive person, tall in stature and short on speaking ability.
He represents calm, slowly-thought out reason personified, as t
opposed to the quick, off-the-cuff manner of Goldwater. He is II taW;
admittedly not a thinker, but rather a doer. Goldwater, It is
certain Intellectuals., also is not a thinker. The campaign is notably shorton

Johnson's "doing" ability is firmly established, from his
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days on the Senate working with a Republican executive. He also
exhibited a great amount of ability in pushing through to com- to
(EDITOR'S NOTE: The following columns were presented
pletion several acts in the short of ten months since the
space )
The Alligator by the Johnson and Goldwater groups on Campus.
tragic assassination of Kennedy. Much of this was aided by the
sentiment following the death of Kennedy, but much was due to This last week of the campaign was full As an opening comment we would like to
Johnson's own personal ability to get along with both branchesof of interesting, newsy items. It was learned ask the reader If he saw last Thursday's
Congress and people in general. His vast storehouse of past that the John Birch Society had entered the Students for Johnson article: "Goldwater cam
experience here has paid mighty dividends, making him perhapsthe armament business and was preparing to rake paign-Based on Fear?" Turning the page the
most successful President in terms of ability to work with in a neat profit. "U you are EVER goingto reader was greeted by the Youth for Johnsonad k
the legislative branch since Franklin D. Roosevelt and the early buy a gun BUY IT NOW!" a document : "BANG-Our Problems Gone and So Are
New Deal Congress. distributed to members said. "If Goldwateris You." Need we say more?
Johnson Is a doer and not a speaker or a thinker. Goldwater, defeated..we can expect Americans by the We recommend to any undecided voter that
on .the other hand, has said much but done comparatively little tens of thousands will flock to patriotic or- he read WHERE I STAND by Senator Barry
of a positive nature. He comes from a state very little like the ganizations." The purpose of the "fireside Goldwater. This book may be obtained free,
rest of the nation in background and tradition. He fails to possessa arsenal" was not explained In detail but the while they last, from the Goldwater head-
grasp of national feeling, as can be seen from his actions. In members were advised thatfor"youngchUdrern quarters on the Court House Square--or from
Atlanta, Goldwater attacked the Supreme Court ruling on semi-automatic .22 rifles" were the perfect the Goldwater field office on N.W. 10th Ave.
reapportionment. Anywhere else in Georgia but Atlanta this would gift. So make your list and check it twice. and Main St. Local book stores have it for 75
have been an astute political move. But, not metropolitan, urban Elsewhere, Senator Goldwater (Republican cents.
Atlanta. Likewise, in West Virginia, Goldwater attacked Johnson's candidate for president) was caught kissing The Senator's book Includes several speechesand
I poverty plan--a subject the Mountaineers don't like to hear another baby,but his campaign manager,Denison his current position on the ISSUES In a
attacked. Kltchel, refuses to quit. (One Republican county point by point discussion. We may point out that

! Temperamentally, there is little doubt that Johnson, the ./y./y./y./y..A.J.J.J.J..A.x _WMWHWWMWHJOHNSON 4JL.. _.A_ .A. -JL. _AA.. _A_ .JL. .A./y x .. .h *V
seasoned legislative battler, far outdistances Goldwater, whose
spontaneity often is tantamount to speaking before thinking. GOLDWATERchairman
Johnson may be slow to the draw, but his actions are thoseof
a man whose temperament allows a balance of ideas and
ejection of a well-developed solution which Is affected greatly n..pseveral
by his advisors. Goldwater, despite his advisors, at times is fell from grace by insinuating that of his positions have changed since
f flippant, places too much emphasis on speed. LBJ sees problemsand Kitchel had never got started.) CONSCIENCE OF A CONSERVATIVE ( for
solutions in shades of gray rather than in black-and-white. The pilot of Goldwater's private campaign instance integration of public schools).
Goldwater often seems unaware of alternatives to solutions. plane showed who had put him in the driver's Furthermore, Goldwater's views will changein
seat by buzzing an airfield just after take- the future. Goldwater is flexible as times
off. Shortly, thereafter, the representatives of and conditions change; what's more, his present
The 8 FloridaALLIGATOR the "Eastern Establishment's" biased and pre- views are available in black and white print.
judiced newspapers (who happened to be on

board) were caught looking up bigger and We challenge anyone to tell us what L.B.J.'s
dirtier words. A few of them even told Gold- philosophy and approach to the ISSUES Is.
water what they meant.

We challenge the Johnson forces to bring
Served by United Press International President Johnson's retinue was not the campaign up to date. Lyndon still harps
as exciting. He wasn't even selling slingshots. social
about voluntary
old
Barry's position on
He did campaign in the South, West, North harp
could
security; in the same manner we
East, Mid-West, Far West and Georgia. He
Editor . . . . . . . Walker Lundy also spoke at the Mormon Tabernacle In Salt about Lyndon's opposition to the poll tax.
Managing Editor. . . . . . .Joel Gaston Lake City and
stopped on the backto
I Executive Editor . . . . . .Ron Spencer the White House for way An issue that Johnson as mentioned in passing
a piece of bologna.
f Assistant Managing Editor. .. . . . .Nancy Brachey He found time to meet with the new Foreign is the role of the economy in his "great
Assistant Managing Editor . . . .Dave Berkowitz Secretary of the "Mother Country." society." An example of the mixed up natureof
I Editorial Page", Editor. . . . . . .Ed Barber the economy that flows from too much
Sports Editor.' . . . . . . .Bruce Dudley Of course the vice presidential candidateswere government Involvement in the economy is how
' City Editor. . . . . . . Skip Havlser busy too. Hubert Humphrey was up to the great politician, Johnson, settled the recent
I' Campus Living Editor. . . . Jackie Cornelius his old tricks-winning friends and influencing railroad strike. Management was encouragedby
people. And, then there was Bill What's-Hls- favorable court decisions to not give Into
Editorial Assistants ..JlmCastello. Ann Carter.Don Federman. Name.So the Union's work rules demands.The work rules

) Donita Mathlson Sam Ullman, Ernie Litz (Circulation Manager), in the final week of the campaign, we that the Unions desired would cost the railroad
r Stan Kulp (Cartoonist). found the candidates busy summing up. Gold- (and the consumers) about 300 million a year.
l water was having some trouble focusing in on
\ Reporters .. Patti Pita (Student Government Beat Chief some central theme. But when the dirt settles Johnson found out that the railroads had been
Tova Levine (Tigert Hall Beat Chief)), Joe Kollln Bob Golub, and he is through digging for new issues, trying for years to get a favorable Treasurytax
Joe Waldorf Sharon Kelley. Yvette Cardozo. Frank Gold.'ater has around
Shepard, promised tc let the American ruling on depreciation that would mean
Lee Alexander, Agnes Fowles Thelma MossmJn, MujorleGr, people know what he thinks on the ones he 300 million a year to the railroads.You guessed
Evan Langbtfin. David Kennedy, Terry Rogers, Susie Halback, might find. This report is expected about 1968- it; the railroads got their tax ruling and the
Jeffrey Denkewaiter, Dick Dennis, Beverly Faber, Dick Schneider the he voters
year expects to graduate from college.If Unions got their work rules. Not many
I Greg S itz, Sue Dobbie. learned that Johnson was able toavertanaUonaldisaster
you are angry at our total
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at the taxpayer's expense.
for sobriety the day before the election
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came up with a short politically
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaperof must refer you to the items mentioned above. range detrimentalto
solution that Is in the lone run
the University of Florida and is published live times weekly They were all front page news stories this week. the national Interest. Goldwater is against
except during May, June and July when it Is published semi- And, if you really want a sobering thought, the creation privileged classin
weekly. Only editorials represent the official opinion of The here It is: As far as qualifications for the the form of of an economically labor unions.
Alligator. Columns represent only the opinions of their author office go, there is, and has been only one monopolistic I
The Alligator is entered as second class matter at the United candidate who measures up-and he is already consider*
States Post Office at Gainerville.l President of the United States. By the In conclusion we ask we voter to distorted
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Baker Excellent'CHARLIE ,

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qet YOUR message. thpouqh
just recently Atlantic Records released :
'Nirvana" (Atlantic 1426).
Why? I don't understand why Mr. Summers (In the
Next record. Alligator, Oct. 28) objects so vehemently to
"Chet Baker Sings" (World-Pacific Records the conduct of the students attending the
1826) first came out In the middle 1950's and Symphony concert rehearsal of Monday, Oct. 't:
1 has Just been re-released. 19. It seems to me that this must have been 7
this the very first rehearsal he has ever been partof. fi.:1. '
1 Don't mess around buy one! .
,1 Chet has excellent taste. Dig this set of He appears to be under the Impression thata \", <'.\: ,
.. rehearsal Is the r. .. ':. -
tunes: "My runny valentine same thing as a formal '>"'JI. r-: ": -.. or -
"That Old Feeling' i concert.

,I "Like Someone In Love,"
"My Buddy' "It's AlwaysYou The students had the right to talk during the with aUlc atop aOventlslnq
"' "Someone To Watch rehearsal, because they probably never attendedone
before, and curious Gator Advertising & Classifieds Ext. 2832
Over Me," "But Not For were as to what was
I Me," Look For The Silver r T1 taking place. Also, they were to be tested on
Lining," "I Get Along the content of the concert to be given the
Without You Very Well," following day. Now Mr. Summers may happen to
"I Fall In Love Too be an avid enthusiast of classical and romantic,
but the majority of UF
Easily," "The Thrill Is sophomores are not. THE
Gone" and "There Will Therefore, they are obligated to question for
their own sake. ,
Never Be Another You." BUSH

You know, I'll never be able to shake the Does Mr. Summers object to humorous COLLEGE ESTATE MASTER
feeling that If Bix Beiderbecke had lived he response from the audience when the top of the
would have developed along the same lines as piano Is raised? It must require a very cold '' The outstanding insurance investment
Chet Baker. sense of humor to totally Ignore the situation.The "
and, disability plan offered only to college -
"It's Monk's Time" (Columbia 2184) Is elderly cellist who performed the act
Thelonlous' new one. It seems like every timeI appeared to enjoy the applause he received? I seniors and graduate students.
E t
say you can't Improve upon a perfect thing don't see why a little humor should upset the ,
Monk pops up and does It again. total rehearsal?
This record features two excellent solos by YES, the students should be highly praised Bill says: "We believe that comparison

Thel: "Memories of You" and "Nice WorkIf for their patience!!! The orchestra was far is our strongest point, so don't fail

You Can Get It." The rest of the quartet -- from being a coordinated unit, and It doesn't to judge our program for yourself. .
Butch Warren (bass), Ben Riley (drums) and take a perfect-pitched prodigy to realize that
Charlie Rouse (still trying to play the tenor sax) the orchestra was lacking good Intonation. The
-- can be heard on "Stuffy Turkey"(That title'sa audience's reactions should be accepted as
gals!), "Shuffle Boll/' "Brakes's Sake" and general criticism for the orchestra'sown
BILL OLINGER and MARTY MacNAIR are
"Lulu's Back In Town." betterment. After all, It was only a your
"Lulu" Is one for the books. It starts off rehearsal, and rehearsals are conducted to Iron COLLEGE ESTATE MASTER REPRESENTATIVESat

with a three chorus solo by Thel who has a out the flaws. the University of Florida. The office is loca-
good James P. Johnson stride style going In Now tell me Mr. Summers, I don't understand
ted 1219 W. Ave. Phone 6-8238.
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Then Just at the right moment the rest of the Don't you like It here?

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11 LSU 'Bama Undefeated I IN THE WHIRLPOOL.a.e... -



I Saturday night contest, LSU by Ole Miss 11-10. The
I IIn a LSU In the game Urged on by a partisan
unbeaten as it squeezed Tigers scored with only 3:36 left Baton Rouge crowd, the Tigers
---- gambled a two point conversion and
J made It when quarterback Billy
Perfect for the -
college manFARAH Eiell hit Doug Moreau with a w
strike In the end cone.Alabama's BRUCE DUDLEY
-t- Sports Editor
Florida won.
-11's Crimson Tide remained The game didn't have the razzel dazzel of some previous Gator
: In the ranks of the football games, but the Gator defense held the Auburn Tigers, and
!t. ra undefeated with a 23-6 whipping of Florida won 14.0.Sophomore .
ssS Mississippi State.Crimson quarterback Steve Spurrier gained no yards rushing

2 and completed one of six passes and had one Intercepted.
quarterback Steve Charles Casey, Gator lonesome end, caught one pass all day.
litW .4 Sloan engineered Alabama's come- Halfback Jimmy Jordan was the leading Florida ground gainer
. from-behind march. Three field with 38 yards.
-
goals by halfback David Ray and Spurrier kicked nine times for an average of 39.1.
O two touchdown* by fullback Steve This was the kind of game It was at Florida Field Saturday, and
Bowman overcame a 6-0 Bulldog If the Gators couldn't get their offense going, Auburn was just that
2
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Cll lead. much worse off.
th
11. After last week's cliff hanger against Alabama, the game with
t. The Kentucky Wildcats continuedon Auburn was below par. However, nothing can be taken away from the
their losing streak by dropping fine Gator defense and the sophomores who played the majority
of the game for Florida yesterday.
their fourth
y kA straight to West

Virginia (WVU) 2621. WVU The Florida defensive unit bad one of its best days and In particular
quarterback Allen McCune threw defensive ends Lynn Matthews and Barry Drown.

.. three touchdown passes and ran On offense It was the all sophomore backfield which has to be
'
another to account for all the praised even U It didn't put together any sustained drives. The
] Mountaineer scoring. sophomores gained valuable experience and when some of the regular
sy ,
starters get back In the lineup Florida will have more depth thanks to
M 0 Y Tulane broke Its losing streak Saturday's game.Furthermore .
with a 25-6 stomping of Virginia the Gators might well need more depth as they look
Military Institute (VMI). The ahead to Georgia, Florida State, Miami and Louisiana State. Next
Greenwave, which had dropped five week Florida will barbeque the Georgia Bulldogs In Jacksonville.
straight games this season, relied That bowl game Is still up for grabs and the Caters should come
'; on a rugged defense and the hard alive against Georgia their traditional battle.
) ys.
w
1i running of fullback George Smith Second Feature Interesting
Ys / for Its first triumph since it beat

South Carolina last year. Back at the Auburn game some sports writers seemed more
Interested In the second feature at Florida than the game between
Next week's Gator opponent Auburn and Florida as they were Introduced to a Florida couple.
Georgia beat North Carolina 24-8. With Florida Field completely baren of shouting Gator and Tiger
:The Bulldogs, employing a one-two fans, two lone figures could be spotted In the northeast section of
h\Y; 4 punch at quarterback with Lynn the stands.
:416 Hughes and Preston Rldlehuber, Sports editors Tom Kelly of The St. Pete Times and Bob Basslne
gained over 300 yards In offense of The Orlando Sentinel clutched their binoculars and focused In
( "t a and completely bottled up the Tar on the action.
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touchdown pass and set up a field Basslne.
\ wb goal. Rldlehuber scored a touch- "Well at least we can see who's winning that game," Joked Kelly.Oh .
5 down on a 22 yard run and directedthe well, back to the typewriter No women are allowed In the .
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I Graves DENNIS Commends DefenseDICK I




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.. 11 "The difference In the game very
4
\ % definitely was our getting a big
de play or two and our defensive unit's

domination of the game. Auburn

i hurt themselves badly with mis-
takes but when they did get an

opportunity, our defense simply
c a m e up with the effort to
completely halt them," said Head a d
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Florida football coach Ray Graves,
who was still keyed up emotionallyand
w obviously pleased and relievedby
Florida's triumph.

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pM Graves said he was more
concerned about this game than any
other contest this season. Graves
commented, "Last week after the
'
Alabama game, defensive team
members told the offensive team
they owed them a victory. I didn't
think they would get it so soon."
"This was the best end play
we've had all year," Graves said.
DICK KIRK Intercepts pass above and below crosses He then singled out the names gflm : --

84 Photo Bob Ellison Barry Brown and Lynn Matthews,
goal after yard romp. ( by ) 4
and also had high praise for r t

Florida's defensive secondary. '!4 oa lplq vM fin. w,1' ,px ., nr < ae z...
"This band of Gators continuesto ..
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improve. They Just might be a

.. great ball team," Graves said.
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: sophomore
/r* untie:: "'*U1" "w'J'f'PI'D'-! as quarter-
"Our defensive effort was tre-
mendous. It's true we didn't score back Steve Spurrier carriers the mail for Gators first

in the second half, but we had to score against Auburn. (Photo by Ron Sherman of the
have the points--they were thereon
the Scoreboard." UF Photo Service. )


c A firm believer in the merits When asked why the Spurrier-
p.- I 1 'of the platoon system,Graves said, to-Casey combination didn't click
4' "Our being able to platoon and quite as well, Graves explained,
our overall depth was a major J "Auburn was double-teaming part-
deciding factor in the outcomeof time on Casey, and I cautioned Master
!* w frY ,""Sr.t + the game." Graves was able Spurrier not to throw because an CO liege

... v to give 46 boys valuable playing Interception could have given

"'J j 'W experience."I Auburn good field position, and INSURANCE
f if..;f I,... we were ahead by only 14 points. THE COLLEGE PLAN
was proud of all of our
Also, Auburn had exceptional speedIn
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\;. players--several players steppedin their defensive backfield and exclusively for
i.. .r- J when they hadn't played much;
,
.... covered our receivers well.
.... ..,. yet they did a fine Job." Jimmy TilE COLLEGE MAN
;' "" '' Jordan of Tampa made it an all- Graves said the strong gusty

l' ., .. sophomore backfield for the wind was a definite factor inFlorida's Deposits deferred
.. .
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goals.
.-.1t, ... ...., .. Gators, as Team Captain Larry until earnings
Dupree suffered an ankle injuryin Several scribes were surprised by your
the first quarter. Auburn's use of the shotgun offense increase.
-. and amazed at how
When asked if Jordan will see effectively
I IN YOUR more action in the future, Graves Florida disrupted this attack, but
replied, "He's certainly shown he Graves said, "we practiced on the See us before

/ h aad. deserves a spot, but, of course a shotgun defense this week.We went you buy.Campus .
lot depends on how our regularslook over Auburn's entire arsenal."
: YOU KNOW HE'S when they get over their Graves said he couldn't tell how representatives:
Injuries. much different a Sidle-led Auburn GEORGE CORL

:':-C::>> :R1g {I f "Auburn's draw play gave us a would have been. "After all," MEL WARD
lot of trouble in the first half, but reasoned Graves,"who knows what
Vote Democratic; Tomorrow- we adjusted and contained the draw the outcome might have been i f KEN WERTH

much better in the second half," Dupree, Harper, and Poe had been 376-1208
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Gators Up nAis Over Victory Stories Page 7, 8 4 A The Florida Vol. 57, No. 43 -'i-I--siUninrsity of Florida, TH MEIP SOUTH HNEST Gaineavi COLLEGE "I .~W ii. DAIlY r Monday, Nov. 2, 1964 Board of Regents Vote Tomorrow SHARON KELLEY Staff Writer Florida voters tomorrow will be asked to ratify an amendment that will provide the governor with th. power to appoint a nine-. member Board of Regents to replace the present seveh-man Board of Control. The new board has been endorsed by UF President J. Wayne Reitz, Dr. Fred Hartmann, professor of political science and the Legislative Council, according to Dan Pogcher, secretary of academic affaIrs. Under the new plait, the Governor appoints nine men to serve staggered terms of nine years. This means that each year the governor will appoint a new man to the Board or Regents, and In four years. only four of the nine members woujd be ( hanged, explained Poticher,. Poucher said the staggered-ert plan hopefully would pri cir continuity in the administrationn o( higher education in Florida. The present Board of Control serves a four-yemr term and I, also appointed by the governor. The imendnmert Is lectvsary bet aus.e thy florida Constitution at the present time limits the .ppointment power of the governor to four years, Poucher continued,. LBJ Flies To Goldwater P H OEN IX. Art,. (LI) Republican presidential nomin. Barry Goldwater rested at his hilltop hotme here yesterday convinced that his campaign is on the upswIng to'&atd what ti. predicts will be "the greatest Te xas;In Arizona W 'SHINGOTON. (1 PT. -President Johnson flies to Tex a tslav for his first formal Carnp ,win ippe it.471cr In hIs own ', ire, lie will st4 to await the outromte of I.,The Krerri
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* -r adc Al onoc &ir& r -u I The senator's family will be featured on the program along with the family of Rep. William E. Miller, the GOP vice presidential nominee. The program .dll end an Intensive, television schedule which has featured Geidwatar in a 14 halt-hour network programs plus countless spot announcements and aborter programs. Golwtr ischeduld to fl t campaign in a noon-time rally. Then he will fly to Fredtni., a northern Arizona town with a population of about 500, for hi. finkl campaign appearance. Like >4) HOSTS AND GOBLINS" along with Phi Gamma Delta and Alpha Omicron Pt got together Saturday morning to give the chitdrens' ward at the J. Hillis Health Center a Halloween Ponty. Left to right, are Grankc Miles, Jim MunAllis Shocklett, Linda Edwards, and Warren Turner with the small fry f ro m the hospital Johnson (Continued From Page 1) Then he is to fly to Austin flor a nIghttime outdoor rally before procneding to the LBJ finch at Jobruon City to spend the night. 'The Johnson's will vote at the Blanco County Courthouse at Johnson City sometime tomorrow. They are expected to be at the ranch when the election returns start to roll in. lb. President and his vlceprsIdential running mate, en. Hvker tionwide television NBC from 10 to 10:30 p.m. EST tonight. Details of the telecast were not available. Humphrey is scheduled to speak in CalifornIa and Utah today before flying to Minnesota. Prescott, where be began his r m~asi ne cwcm mc $42.95 TRANSISTOR RADIOS fWUZALE'S I I~ sift ,h. tiAub~ AM/IS EWm~ II bme. rec. *bn. .Slog CSI~SMA. -~ "too Dem,. formal campaign Fredohia is one of "lucky" towns andhe up there. StATES and ELECTORAL VOTES o Sept. 3, Goldwater's wants to wind The senator has been freely predicting that he will tpeet the polls and the pollsters throughout h's final wetk of campaigning. Page legislature in 1963, the State Library and History Commission, is .orking on legislation for appropriation of funds for a library building and for collection Needed Archive de ,t.ittefet ul t rotuld the state, Pit I The amouV nlhei. (II jedt is still undeterruni rick Added. Library For State do(cumITents ond pJapCS -Is gre.tly iieehec I m Ft ridi. Acrnfg to Dr. Rembvrt WV. Patrick, graduate research professor of history, there is no specific building for the Florida archives to date. The state records, or at least some oftlhem, ale kept in the Florida State Library ini the State Supreme Court building In Tallahassee. One of the reasons Florida has no archives building, accordi[g to Patrick, is Florida Is relatively young population-wise. Florida is one of about four or five states In the nation that does not have a library of this sort for housing the state archives said Dr. S a Im Ue I Proctor, professor of social sciences and specialist in Florida history. "Florida seems to be looking more to its future more thai, regarding its past," Proctor said. A seven-man cmm issiwa chairmanship of Adam G. Adams of Miami to work on and appeal for-an-rchive-lirary sfor the-state, according to Patrick. Many state records are presently in the offices of the gertnor, the secretary of state, the attorney general and in the offices of other departments. The commission created by the II. a THE M AGIC NUMBER: 270 that is the number of votes Pres. Johnson or Sen. Goldwater must Electoral College to become the next President of the U.S. Tabulate Your Own Results Rep. 41 Alabama IC Alaska 3 Arizona 5 Arkansas 6 Cawiornis 40 Colorado 8 Confidenta Loan Marion Finance Connecticut A Delaware 3 Florida I4 Georgij 12 Hawaii 4 Idaho 4 Cash up to $600.00 Marion Finance IllinoIs 26 Indiana 13 Iowa 9 Louisiana I0 Maine 4 Maryland 10 Payday Loans Marion Finance Marion Dem win in the hurry Finance Rep. r Massachusetts 14 Michigan 21 Minnesota 10 MIssissIppi 7 Missouri 12 SMontana 4 Rhode Island 4 SSouth Carolina South Dakota 4 Call for a Loan Marion Finance Nevada 3 4 New HampshIre 4 New York 43 North Carolina 13 North Dakotj 4 ljtat 4 Vermont 3 %eVirgiia Wi"sconin iz WyvomInr CA 0' St *1 ni ii *1 ~iI -I 0I -'I "I 'I -g ni zg I: C L4SSWFDS sorority Miller caster, IL Goldwater (Continued From Page 1) Cash in a "G ==

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Pr ecoar Ie S Campus News Bris ti P ~ e ~t ~ ~ a FSU Game Orchesis Swim FVns Iclr ida-f orid > tat. rtottAIIl gaiTe will bN on 1l Mondi ~ thrcjugh Frid I 1 & O p.m. lii week and next at th., information kooth .ross from tise Hub. Cost is $6 round trip. Arts Dames Architecture and Fine Arts -dames wiil hold their third meeting of the year tomorrow at 8 at the University Women's Club, West Newberry Road. Phil Meflhlda Jr.will be guest speaker, givng tips on hair care and *style demonstratIons. International The International Women's -:Club will meet tonight at S at *the University Women's Club for a Thanksgiving program. All foreign women students and wives of foreign students are -united to attend. NASA Tour Rhservtions deadline for the John F. Kennedy space center tour of the National Aeronautics and Space Adnilnistrasion site Cis today. Payments, $8 per person, may be made at Florida *:Union Room 315. The tour is scheduled for Saturday, Nov.24. '> ,~e t, ha MI po tLpt*.i L regtiar Ir.'das miieting t Thursday niIht at in th WomTen'. Liym be kiuse Lyceumn (oun II pie sent attn tomorrow imght. E lertlon Af officers Is scheduled for the meeting; all members a re required to attend. Christian Group Bob Letsinger, inter-varsltyv Christian Fellowship represen tative for Florida. will lead a program tonigt it 7 on the content of the Christian message. The meeting In F lorida IInion Ro im 212. Is sponsored by the !nter-varlity gre up. Pre-Med Dr. George T. lewis, admissions comn mittee chairman if the University of Miami, will be at the UF Nov. 12-16 for interviews. Students wishing appolntmens with Dr. Lewis now should contact the Pre-Professional Counseling Office, Anderson fal 107. Young Americans WUJFT-TV, Channel 5, wIll present the first of a new monthly series on the American Crises. Tonight's program, at 9 will be on "'The Young Americans.'' %\InlI u. in l ii .IIwOtf. t it ryo.m 201 af dh. &loi iutt L,',m to iliL %. Id# etm e rreiuninig ti'erti., seL' it cstiimti fir the Spi Ig Watert show. Meetings ~id practnces for the show aro scheduled for Motay nights. Tuition $$$ Students wishing tuition sceho lars hip must make ipplicatlons betwe*'n mw and lob. 1, 1965 at Tigert Hall. To qualify, a student mast have at least a 2.5 aw rage and a defInite wed fcr financial aid. Scholarships ire guaraiiteedl for three Iir mestez s if the student maintalas his 2.5 average. Seminole Fraternities, sororities and campus organizatIons wishing to reserve pages in the Semi nole must contact Stephen Conji, Floridai Union Room 12. eadline is Nov. 6. La Boheme Lyceum Council will present Puccin'sopea' a oheme," tomiirrnw night at 8:15 in the Florida Gymnasium. Tickets are available at the inform tion booth across from the Hub. Students will be admitted by showing their ID C.rds; tickets for the public cost $2. recor~e 'nj'e !Dee,, pa cked up this yeor than any other year There was a total of avor eparle th fe w i I be g enr out accordingly IN YOUR Iteaci Vote Democrati omorrow(ttF YOUNG DE MOCRATIC Cit B ) (Plid Political AdV) CITY AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION 1409 S. Main St.Spe~oliZ ng in transmissions All Work Guaranteed Free Pickup & Deliver Free Estimates 10 Per Cent DisCount to All Florida Students Showi ng INC. Ph. 372-5196 0nly --~r N N D' Ijisi 0 C "'44, "In your heart you know we're something!" CLUB mu a .u U intmina *HUB *-MATHERLY N I 4 'F 9 (''2 there 'Ti?' se, pogn9thr0009h it C 0 0 *-CAMPUS ------T 404 sp hen***'s ,,"*a gg 100 S

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-, P I 'I5 For T JON JI)h flsOfl Earlier in the trimester The Alligator edltorially erdrseJ thip presidential candidacy of Lyidon Balnes .Juhasun. Truthfully, we were somewhat less than rabid in our .andorse~ ment of Johnson. ..purposely. Frankly, we find it very hard to get enthusiastic over Johnson. He simply is not the type of leader who captures the undivided imagination of a majority of the electorate as did the late President Kennedy, or as Goldwater has captured the imagination of a vocal minority. He is, however, agenuine leader, one wtogets things accomplished while other more gifted persons are speaking about them. As to the personal nature of the two candidates: Goldwater is a much better speaker, Is much more spontaneous, possesses a sparkling natural wit, speaks usually like a man of convictions and generally presents the image of the tough battler with right on his side. Johnson, on the other hand, is not a good speaker, a significantly unattractive person, tall in statur, and short on speaking ability. He represents calm, slowly-thowght out reason personified, as oppDsed to the qtick, off-the-cuff maimer of Goldwater. He Is admittedly not a thinker, but rather a doer. Goldwater, it Is Certain, alSo ii not a thinker. The campaign Is notably short on intellectuals. Johnson's "doing"' ability it firmly established, from his days on the Senate working with a Republican executive. He also exhibited a great amount of ability in pushing through to cornpletion several acts in the short space of ten months since the tragic assassination of Kennedy. Much of this was aided by the sentiment following the death of Kennedy, but much was due to Johnson'a own personal ability to get along with both branches of Congress and people in general. His vast storehouse of past experience here has paid mighty dividends, making him perhaps the most sucoe.lul President In terms of ability to work with the legIslatIve branch since Franklin D. Roosevelt and the early New Deal Congress. Johnson is a doer and not a speaker or a think.,. Goldwater, on the other hand, has said much but done comparatively little of a positive nature. He come, from a state very little like the rest of the nation in background and tradition. He fails to possess a grasp of national feeling, as can be seen from his actions. In Atlanta, Goldwater attacked the Supreme Court ruling on reapportionment. Anywhere else in Georgia but Atlanta this would hav, been an astute political move. But, not metropolitan, urban Atlanta. Likewise, in West Virginia, Goldwater attacked Johnson's poverty plan--a subject the Mountaineers don't like to hear attacked. Temperamentally, there is little doubt that Johnson, the seasoned leglsltve battler, far outdistances Goldwater, whose spontaneity often Is tantamount to speaking before thinking. Johnson inay be slow to the draw, but his actions are those oi a man whose temperament allows a balance of Ideas and ejection of a well-developed solution which is affected greatly by his advisor. Goldwater, despit. his advisors, at times is (tippant, places too much emphasis on speed. LBJ] sees problems and solutions in shades of gray rather than in black-and-wbite. Goldwater often seems unaware of alternatives to solutions. 0 -S / ~i V -{ \&Af~r 9 (EDITOR'S NOTE: The following columns were presented to The Alligator by the Johnson This last week of the eamnalgh was full of interesting, newsy items. It was learned that the John Birch Society had entered the armament business and was preparing to rake In a neat profit. "If you are EVER goIng to buy a gun BUY IT NOW!" a document distributed to members said. "If Goldwater Is defeated.we can expect Americans by the tens of thousands will flock to patriotic organiza ions.' The purpose of the "fireside arsenal" was not explained in detail but the members were advised thatfor young children: semi -automatic .22 rIfles'' were the perfect gift. So make your list and cheek It twice. Elsewhere, Senator Goldwater (Republican candidate for president) was caught kissing another baby, but his campaign manager, Denison Kitchel, refuses to quit. (One Republican county chairman fell from grace by insinuating that Kitchel had never got stirted.) The pilot of Goldwater's private campaign plane showed who bad put him in the driver's seat by buzzing an airfield just after take off. Shortly, thereafter, the representatives of the "Eastern Establishments'" biased .,nd pr judiced newspapers (who happened to be on President Jilhnson's retinue Wa not as exciting, lie wasn't even sellung slingshots-. He did campaign In the South, West, North East, Mid -West, Far WeM t ad Ueorgiai lie Also spoke at thp Mormon Tibwrn Ii ien Salt Lake City and stopped on the way back to the White Vause for apiet e Af bulogina He found time to meet with the new Forei n Secretary of the ''Mother Countiya Of course the vice~ presIdenti ii L nidts were busy too. Hubert lHumphrt) in up to his old tricks -WI i mg frIen's md influenicing people. And, then there a& a Bill \wha's-isi "amne, So, In the final weeL of the campaign, we found the caudIdates, bus) summing up. Gold'ae was having 'ome trouble focusing in on some central theme. But when the dirt settles and he is through digging for new isue, Gold'ater has promised tc let (hr American poop1, know what he thinks on the ones he might find. Th report ia expected abotjt 1968the year he expects to graduate from college. and Goldwater groups On Campus.) As an opening comment we would like tv, ask the reader If he saw last ThIurMIdv' Students for Johnson article: "Goldwater ',n ad: "BANG-Our Problems Gone and So ArH You." Need we say more? We recommend to any undecided vote thi he read WHERE I STAND by Senitoi Ir Goldwater. This book may be ObtJIT)9I fre. while they last, from the Goldwitei i quarters on the Court House Square--ti fu m the Goldwater field office on N.W. I Uth A>' and Main St. Local book stores have it fur 7 cents. The Senator's book includes several speo H and his current position on the ISS'A S LI. point by point discussion. We may point eli I several of his positions have changed sLi(. CONSCIENCE OF A CONSERVATIVE (i instance integration of public suhoiiiN Furthermore, Goldwater's views will ChI',CF in the future. Goldwater is flexible ise and conditions change; what's more,.ise views are available in black and whit. pre t Challenge a p pr o a c h t t h a I S We challenge the Johnsonf the campaign up to date. Lyn about Barry's old position on security; in the same manner about Lyndon's opposition to orces to don still voluntary we could the pull ,rp An issue that Johnson as mentioned In pai'" is the role of the economy in his "'r society." An example of the mixed liP nitu of the economy that flows from tOO mmt government Involvement in the economy is h the great politician, Johnson, settled the re' C' railroad strike. Management was eflcour by favorable court decisions to not gl'e lflt the Union's work rules demaunds.'Te work rul's that the (and the Unions desired would cost the ralro .d consumers) about 300 million a verI Johnson found out that the railroads had beT trying for years to get favorable TreasUrl tax rvlirlgondepreciationthatwouldffilflaround 300 million a year to the railroads.Yougurs~ It; the railroads got their tax ruling *frd the Unions got their work rules. Not many voters 'I', --Vat The e Florida A LLI GATOR Served by United Press iertonal Editor. ..........................Walker Lundy Managing Editor. ........Joel Gaston Executive Editor. ..........Ron Spencer Assistant Managing Editor. .......Nancy Brachey Assistant Managing Editor. ....Dave Berkowit, Editorial Page Editor. ..................Ed Barber Sports Editor. ..................Bruce Dudl.s City Editor. ........................skipHavlser Campus Living Editor. ......Jackie Cornelius Editorial Ass.istant, -Jim ('stello Ann Carter. Don Federman. Donfla Mathison, Sam Ullman, Ernie Lit, (Circulation Manager), Stan Kulp (Cartoonist). Reporters -Patti Pitt (Student (>anernment Beat Chief). Toys levity (Tigert Hall Beat Chief\, Jo. Kollin. Bob Gobub, Jo. Waldorf, Sharon Kelley. Yvette Cardozo. Frank Shtpard, Lee Aleadr, Agnes Fowl,. Thelma IMossman. ?'arjoriecreen, Evet Laqn.i David Kennedy, Terri Rogers. Susie Halback, Jeffrey DWakewalter, Dick Dennis, Beserly Fiber, DlckSchnelder., Grn belts. Ste Dobbi,.

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'C I CHARLiE a ~: I V. '9 BUS'., Columnist 6cr. \OtIJ? UflCSS~~( I ititi, I ( Zpd [Baker I 2) Sings' tWorld first came out in the #26 on it ifn gei~t middle hi, just been te -released. jxuin't mess arownd; buy thts one' &Thet has excellent tines: "My Funny yake tue,"'That Old Feeling 'lie omon I taste. Dig this set of Love MyBudy' It' A, n You, 'Someone To Watch Over Me," 'But Not For Me "' look For The Silver l iriiag," "I Get Along WithoUt You Very Well," I Fall In Love To V isily,' "The Thrill Is Gone'' and "'There Will Never Be Another You.", iou know, I'll feeling never be able to shake that if Bfix Beiderbecke had would have developed Chet Baker. along the "It's Monk's Time" (Columbia ThelortiOuS' Iew I say you can't lived he same tines is 2184) Is one. It seems like every time improve upon a perfect thing Monk pope up and does it again. This record features two excellent solo by mrel: "Memories of If You Can Get It." hb Butch Warren (bass), You" and "Nice Work *e rest of the quartet Ben Riley (drums) and Charlie Rouse (still trying to play the tenor sax) -can be heard on "Stuffy Turkey"(Thiat title's lA gassi), "Shuffle Boil," "Brakes's Sake" and "Lulu's Back in Town." Lulu" is one for the books. It starts off with good a three chorus solo by Thel James P. Johnson stride who has a style going the left hand. Tiwn jtmt at the right moment the rest of the group comes in. Alter the roup' has had Its say it drops out and lets 'The! finIsh Lulu"' just the way he started it. Beautiful. This thing really should win some 'Ia t '"t" P soms, I as to elie flL*~Il 1% f O Iw e mI. t it 'I1s m~ust l ive ht*'T I,, ~rv Ii~ 'ht i 'I t is .ver bein I piti of. He rppw F, t4! by uadr the ipression th it I ehasic' I lhe tme thIng ,s ormaI Iec.'rt. 1$' situtents u the t ight to talk dur ing the ,ehearsaI, bei cause they pi robabty nieye r attended MnW before, mnd were inurius tak1ng placn. A l'o, they wvre t hr Oltet' m of thu 0Th.' Ft IS to whit wis with a1ICAtOR Gator Advertishngq -Ext. 2832 to be given following djy. Nlow Mr. Summwirni my h.ppen to be an avid enthusiast of r lassICA and romatti', but the m jority Therfr, they it t F sophomores ,are not. i obligated their own sake. Dos Mr. Sunmiers response to question for object Ito lhumo rout. from the mAdt nce whei the top of the piano is r used' It must require very cold sense if humor to totally ignore the sltuatiou,. The elderly cellist who performed the Act appeared to enjoy the don't see why applause he ivee Ivel" I Little humor should upset the total rehearsal' YES, the students should for their patlenrelt from being .coord1l be highly praised The orchestra was far ited unit, and It doesn't take a perfect-pitched prodigy to the orchestra was adilenee's ge neral reactions criticism own bet ter ment. rehearsal, and Kind of award. h / (Phid PolitIcal Adv) sQ 4) $ licits your support and write-in ACTIONN NOVEMBER Troy Wakefield 110w to east a write-in Write in his nome---T. Wakefield---on the voting Hi' After entering the the curtain as usual sor of Registration( one hand, with 0th,4 your pencil. count con make booth', realize that .king good Intonation. The should be accepted as (or the orchestra's After all, It was only a rehearsals are conducted to iron out the flaws. Now tell m. Mr. Summers, I don't understand why you object so much to your fellow students' Don't you like it here" IRicha rd .L an.' Il Has Uh i nsurmnce offered c I and diabiity lege sen Bill sc son is ot to judge BILL OLINGER and ''ors 1)ys* one of y plon and graduate "We believe 'cint, COLLEGE ESTATE MA STER REPRESE NTA TIVES at the University ted at 1219 W. MERCANTILE Uni versit SECURITYY Ave .Phone: LIFE INSURANCE Texas e The SEMIN agreed to November 4 SA TURDAY, SUNDAY. I 12-5; 5 7 6-IC 6-tO 6-10 you '-4 Supervisor of Registration. -J U B N S hfl ( N ( Il 'V 3tbVEtIlSflCl & Classifieds The outstanding investment ~nly to co' students. that comporiso don't fail ur strongest p Our program MA RTY for yourself. are your of Florida. The office is '0cG6-6238. CO. Supervisor machine. voting machine Pift cover above the Bring the voting mochine)with write in T. Wakefield. PARED. Write T. Wake9-I; 2-5; 9-I; 2-3; 9 until the last atten.im o Nuda. (4 tind be your You

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r -NJ! ~c~r ~% LSu, ght jtitII~&ti unbcaLCf AS Bama 4,. -I It quit red Perfect fo the coleg man "They're ironing while they're drying"TM -~ (WIAd V Styled-right FaraPress. Slacks Never Wrinkle Won't Wilt or Muss Creases are Permanent Colors are Fast Feature Fmnpst Fahrs .U. Undefeated S I,'7th %tIl I if 'Ahe t! l.t b k N Alahiam ',rinmson ride r'mi 1 1141 in tt hzrink., of thlt uhldefiit.M with i 6 WI wipping ut V rI ulon qlua' erback Stieve S lout engineered Aluamnjisfrnm-tbthl nnn marih. Throe fitId goals by halfb~tck David B iy and \AI) touchdowns by fullback Steve [twmnr OVt'I knim' I 0 Btilldg Iet'. The Kentucky Wildcats [Ontinled on their losing streak by dropping their fourth straight to We s t Virginia (WVUT) 26-21. WVUI quarterback Allen McCune threw three touchdown passes and ran another to account for all the Mountaineer scoring. Tulane broke its losing streak with, a 25-6 stomping of Virginia Military Institute (VMI). The Greenwave, which haddropped five straight games this season, relied on a rugged defens, and the hard South Carolina last year. Next week's Gator opponent Georgia beat North CarolIna 24-8. The Bulldogs, employingaone-two punch at quarterback with Lynn Hughes and Preston Ridlehuber, gained over 300 yard. in offense and completely bottled qp the Tar Heel offense. Hughes threw one touchdown pass and set 'qp a field goal. Ridlehufrr scored a touchdown on a 22 yard run mnddirected the third Bulldog touchdown. -C---" .-I Lorida won. BRI'(E EDt'IiEY Sports FEditur The giame dili have the i azid.ldar4'el of 'am. previous Gator tocthsll gamh.s, but the Gitor lerernsse held the Auburn Tigers, and [lot Ida won1 14 -0. Sophomore qua' terbat k Steve 8putrrIer gained no yards rushing ind tomnplIt I d Oin. of six paue .N nd had 1n$ Inute rcepted. Changsa (asey, Gitoi lOnltstomel Cnd. taught OI'* piss all day. Hi.if)Cl( immify Jo itii was thlt leaiting Florida g rowid gainer with 38 yards. Spurrner kicked nine tlmes for an avlrIge of 39.1. This was the kind of gamie It was it Floridla Field Saturday, and it the Gdtos couldn't get their nffeose going, Auburn was just that much wore of!. After last week's cliff hanger against Alabama, the gain, with Auburn was below par. However, nothing can be take away from. the fine Gator defense and the sophomores who played the majority of the game for Florida yesterday. Th. Florida defensive unit had one of Uis bet days and In particular defensive ends Lynn Matthews and Barry Brown. On offense it nas the all sophomore. backfield tick, has to be praised even If it didn't put together any sustained drives. The sophomores gained valuable experiencee and when scm. of the regular starters get back in the lineup Florida will hav, more depth thanks to Saturday's gam'. Furthermore, the Gators might well need mor, deph -s they look ahead to Georgia, florida Stats, Miami and Louisiana State. Next week Tiorida will barbeque the Georgia Bulldogs in Jscksontill. That bowl game ins tilt 14 for grabs and the Gators shtuld come alive against Georgia In their traditional battle. Second Feature Interesting Back at the Auburi. game some sports writer. .eemed more interested in the second featur, at florida than the pam. between Auburn and florid, as they wer. Introduced to a Florida couple. With Florida Field completely baron of shouting Gator and Tiger fans, two lone figures could be *potted in the northeast sectioui of the stands. Sports editors Tom Kelly of Tb. SI. Pet. Tim. and Bob Bansin. of 'Te OrLando Sentlnel clutched their binoculars and focised in on the action. "Thor, must be some other plac. to do that than her.," said B, sine. 'Well ii least we can set who's winingu that game," joked Kelly. Oh, -.11, back to the typewriter -No women are allend in the press boji. Engtneernng & Science Degree Candidates ( BS, MS, PkD) Who Provides Range Support For DISCOVERE R, MARINER, TI ROS, R ANGE R, GAO, 080, OSO, PION E ER, SERT, SURVEYOR, SMS, VOYAGER, ITS5, SATURN 1-Es& U, TITA III, APOLLO, IMP, MOL/GEMINI B, MINUTEMAN, ANNA, ASSET, BIOS, GEMINI, TRANSIT, VELA HOTEL, ETC., ETC.? .Pun Am For th. spacn-minded .gineer and scientist, Pan Am as the piece to gain broad .posurn to the entire ec *hnology. H.,. at the erydiscipi mephai. gimce, and ir tho in @f thM complasin tInctd ogne scheduled In the irent, systes. .nglnrng, facdlities engIneering, or bas./down range qperatone, you'll hond an axciting chalia eotbuting to this contins rowlnft, everchanging te y CM PUS INTERVIEWS Mse.A Vie.g-No. 1-f anws -s .eams ea v.

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Ito' Graves Commends Defense DICK KIRK intercepts pass above and beiow crosses goal after 84 yard romp. (Photo by Bob Ellison) IN Y OU R Iteaci YOU KNOW HE'S w r o n Vote Deoratilc Tornorro ( UF YOUNG DEMOCRATiC CLUB ) 7 (Paid Political Afl) vhm s v our _ertire big plyI tvL -ild ouS LieIl> L-t 1'ri takes hut Fier, tlr,'I t !frt a OpporItunity. 'dir diefilsO simply < me up With IILP prfort to completely halt them," sid HeAd Ii rid!OAh IItbl ocbay Cri' 0, Ihm wa, still ke yedl up emrotioniaiIiy arid obviously pleased rid rehievM'n by llorida', triumph. G ra v es s aid he w is more concerned about this game than any other contest this season. Graves commented, "Last week after the Alabama game, our defensive team members told the offensive team they owed them a victory. I didn't think they would get it so soon.' "This was the best end play we've had all year," Graves said. He then singled out the names Barry Brown and Lynn Matthews, and also had high praise for Florida's defensive secondary. Thit band of Gators continues to improve. They just might be a gra balle am," Graves said. mendous. lt's true we didn't score in the second half, but we had to have the points-they were there on the scoreboard." A firm believer in the merits of the platoon system, Graves said, "Our being able to platoon and our overall depth was a ma jor deciding factor in the outcome of the game." Graves was able to give 46 boys valuable playing experience. "I was prowl of all of our players--several players stepped In when they hadn't played much; yet they did a fine job." Jimmy Jordan of Tampa made it an all-. sophomore backfield for the Gators, as Team Captain Larry Dupree suffered all ankle Injury ii the flr rtr,I ii fur When asked If Jordan will see more action in the future, Graves replied, "He's certainly showni he deserves a spot, but, of course a lot depends on how our regulars look when they get over the ir injuries. "Auburn's draw play gave us a lot of trouble In the first half, but we adjusted and contained the draw much better in the second half," Graves said. 'TOUCHDOWN' -FLORIDA as sophomore quarterbock Steve Spurrier carriers the mail for Gators first score against Auburn. (Photo by Ron Sherman of the UF Photo Service.) When asked why the Spurrnerto-Casey combination didn't click quit, as well, Graves explained, "Auburn was double -teaming parttime on Casey, and I cautioned Spurrner not to throw because an i nt erce ep t ion could have given Auburn good field position, and -e were ahead by only 14 points. Also, Auburn had exceptional speed in their defwisive backfild and covered our receivers well. Graves said the strong gusty wind was a definite factor In Florida's three missed field goals. Several scribes were surprised by Auburn's use of the shotgunoffense and amazed at bow effectively Florida disrupted this attack, but Graves said, "we practiced on the shotgun defense this week. We went over Atburn's entire arsenal." Graves said he couldn't tell how much different aSidle-led Auburn would have been. "After all," reasoned Graves, "whokoows what the outcome might have been I f Dupree, Harper, and Poe had been able to play.' INSURA 4CE THlE (:OILEGE PLAN CtvIf4 31 n for TUL (:OLLEtE. It V *.Deposits until your increase .-See us deferred earnings before you buy Campus representatives: GEORGE CORL MEL WA RD KEN WERTH 376-1208 -UW -wr ---w 4tz .w'ur'a FL A. UNION BARBER SHOP Basement Of Via. Union Open: 8-5 PM M-F 8-12 PM Sat.